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Id th$ people knots the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, E. P, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1958
- 'CHATTING INFORMALLY with Lt. Gov; Hugh, Arnold yesterday are 'four of a group of ten,
' Russian newsmen whose destination today was still unknown as they fretted at Tocrnneri Air
' 1 tort trying to get to Paris. Shown.' left to right-are; :; Arnold,, N, Grlbachev; editor of the
' Newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravdat" A. Sofronov, spokesman for the group and chief writer;
of the magazine ''Ogonlok;" B; Kostrltsln, chief of the Latin American section of the foreign
language editions of the magazine "Soviet Union;" and A. Garanuv special photographer for
"'4he same, magazine,. The group -visited the Canal Zone yesterday
jf(3 Angry Russians Steam i
S Like Stranded Capitalists
' i JJiere were- 10 angry Russian fteweme n at Tocumen airport early Ythlt afternoon
'.TheWere iangry for the earn reason as most people are angry at airports. They
djdn't know What plane they would be able to. get on,, nor When t would be leading,
nor even where it would be going... -' u ,'
7' e',r :r Vical a '.'Acuities v.Mch arosa vhen rYlcx-
i. -i t. JJ ' t 'J ie'r viwi la-t nij;ht vvaa 4, :aring.thin in the VIP room,'4, ,
-' Earlier today it had been arranged for them to head for Paris via Mew York Pan
, aura's Et' Pacifico at 5 p.m, today, .but they had no US visas. -y -,
.'We have ho plans whatsoever,' an unhappy Russian said at Tocumen thii
afternoon Apparently they don't even ,hav any; plans where to spend' the night, if
" they don't get off before then." w 'x ' '
VUll mm mm$:
Ike Can't Get Pay Dill Till Mondav
WASHINGTON, June 13 (UPI) Final action on the 10
percent pay raised for classified Federal workers is expected
in the House early Monday, leaders said today.
- The Senate' Is scheduled to act today on the conference
report which represented the compromise agreement reach reached
ed reached by joint House and Senate committee yesterday.'
The House Is in reces stoday, however, so the bill can cannot
not cannot be approved finally and sent to the White House until
Monday. It is scheduled to be the first order of business
when the House reconvenes.
-v The pay Increase is retroactive to the first pay 'period
Prefab' AFSCME Units.
Mhy Start In Two Months:
BirJirrf: Fitipke. nresident of
Trans-American Industries said yto-
Hi that-. h vnprt the firms
low-cost pre-fabricated houses to
be started by the end ot, August.
Fincke heads a company which
last year won government approv approval
al approval to build 10,000 low-cost houses
for members of Local 900, AFSC AFSCME,
ME, AFSCME, AFL-CK). The outfit leased a
tpn-nrr tract of land in the Colon
Free Zone where their factory is
being established. ,,
They have already picked two
sites, one on the Atlantic ana one
nf t,h Pacific side of the Isthmus,
where the housing projects will be
ftogello Garcia Paredes was out
it Tocumen trying to sort out
what was fast becoming a ml ml-lior
lior ml-lior diplomatic crisis. -,If
-the Russians were con con-tlnulng
tlnulng con-tlnulng from New York to Paris
to the ame plane they would
;rtot need visas. But as they,
must change planes at idlewild,
,the Russians at Tocumen
- were not popping "w
have nothing to y," one dej.
, Glared. "After ; ll ? we w. not
diplomats but journalists, and
i journalist shouldn't give ln
' The Russians were la sunnier
mood earlier when, heading out
, to Tocumen from El Panama
wiiton. where they;: had pent
. vactorria-tf thev toured r ah
- ama "City, and. took a ,vtag
through Balboa and Ancon.
They were scheduled to leave
' lor Mexico at t tm today, tiU
;their y Mexican v i s a s were
'w,nfianilled. Thev said
f.r MnTRiVin visas had
- also been cancelled without x
rZXkti from the Fofeign
Ministry, the Panamanian; con-
aul In Buenos Aires natt-iura
ma iimm thi Russians' anpuca
'tions lor Panamanian visas, but
when the Russians arrived at
Tocumen eariy :ycB:iua.y
'Vmita to Mexico the authorities,
' lafter some discussion, let them
' come into towa tiU their plane
Till -the roadblock at Tocu-
men today,1 the Russians, though
uncommunicative, appeared to
have enjoyed their short stop stopover
over stopover here.
v ."Our papers arevln order,"
eile of the men who speaks
I 'fluent Spanish said ( today,,
shortly before departure to to-Tocumen,
Tocumen, to-Tocumen, "but we just don't
know what country, we're go going
ing going to or when -we leave.
All we know is. that we're go-
ing to the. airport.
- "If you have transit visas,
you have to leave, isn't that
logical?" another news man
stated' at a brier Interview. ;
- The Russians arrived in Pan
ama from Santiago, Chile, and
said they are scheduled to re return
turn return to. their homeland by July
Declaring : that' Panama was
a "very beauutui city,' one oi
the journalists said:
' God created Panama: to
unite two oceans, thereby also
creating the best conditions
possible for descanso
x ester day they -took a tour
of the Canal and remarked
today .-that although it is n
"very good Canal," they' felt
that anything' these days
that was built 50 years ago
is "rather ordinary today.
They declined to compare
Panama with other Latin coun countries
tries countries they have seen since they
felt that, they did not have a
real otmortumtv to net out and
see the country In. the short
time they were here.
Through an interpreter wno
spoke Spanish, spokesman for
the group was Anatoli Sofronov
to whom all questions! were re referred.
ferred. referred. He is chief writer of the
magazine "Ogonlok." y y o
The Soviet visitors have al
ready toured Argentina, Chile,
They identified v themselves
as: Anatoli Sofronov, chief
writer of the magazine "Ogo
niok;" Vadlm Pollakovskl, writ
Talks At Clayton
On Pann Rccd
An Illustrated lecture on te
Pan American, Highway: will be
nrsftntert bv .Ous imDoaen at
the Fort Clayton .service club
next Wednesday at 7 p,m41
Lmboden.' in public relations
with the inter-American High
way Commission, win aesctme
the oneratlons northward.; in
er in- the newspaper ''Soviet Centre Lu"Jc
culture;"-' Mijall Bascharin, of ey""'",. .v, r.
the xass :
newspa d e
sia ; ",. Anatoli Garanin, special
pnotograpner lor tne. magazine
soviet union;", Boris Kostrlt
sln, chief of the Latin.; Amer
ican Section of the foreign lan
guage editions; Daniel Krami-
nov. an editor of : "Pravda: ? Ni
colas GribachevtY editor of" the
newspaper "Komsom ols k a v a
Pravda;": and Leonid Kaiminin.1
corresponaeni. ior '"izvestia.
Rcbrl 1L Miller
Prcfcd To Chid
0! C:a llcusir.i
Four U.S. vV ons were charged
at Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today with fraking loud and unusual
noise outside the Knights of Cc
J'imbus Club at 10:30 p.m. on June
12. 'f : .y: ...
This Constitutes a violation of
,. th Canal. ZonefCode, r.; ,a
Ihe four were: Peter Shea. Lang,
23, Edna Amy Lang, 21, Dean I I-van
van I-van Studebaker, 35, and America
J ernandez Studebaker, 32.
Robert H. Miller." formerly
Assistant Manager, of the Cris
tobal Housing Office has been
promoted to Assistant Manager
of the. Balboa Housing Office
to succeed Walter A. Wieman
who. was retired from service
at the end of May.
The transfer and nromotlon
Of Miller resulted in the trans
fer and promotion of a numDer
of other employes of the Pan
ama canal Housmz Brancn.
Jackson ? J. Pearce, who has
hpin Manacei-- of th Gamboa
Housing Office, was promoted
to Assistant Manager of the
Cristobal Housing Office to suc succeed
ceed succeed Miller. : "
Boyd M.. Bevlngton has been
promoted from Supervisory Ad Administrative
ministrative Administrative Assistant in the
Grounds Maintenance Branch
to Manager ; of the Gamboa
Housing Office. Arthur C. Payne
has been promoted from Hous Housing
ing Housing Management Aid to Super Supervisory
visory Supervisory Administrative Assistant
in the Grounds Maintenance
Branch, and James M. Kelly
has been promoted from" Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Clerk to Housing Man Management
agement Management Aid in the Housing
Over 2C0 Old Flkgs
For Tonight's Rile
'Over: two hundred unnprvloeabl
American Flags have been turned
iiv-to Panama Canal Post 1 in re.
sponse to local newspaper,! radio
and television announcements' re.
garding their flag disposal, cere,
mony which will te held tonight
Flags have been delivered to the
Canal Executive Secretary's office,
Balboa Police station and the A.
mencan Legion Club
Among those attending the Flag
burning ceremonies to be held at
5:45 p.m. will be ov,-and Mrs.
William Potter, y? Re'ariAdm.
George Wales,.. Department'. Com.
mander of the American Legion
Alfred J. Gauvin, and department
vice president Ruth Daniels.
Members of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Disabled American
Veterans, Daughters of the Amer.
ican Revolution, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks. Boy
Scouts and Girl Scout will also
Taking part in the ; ceremony
will be officers of Panama Canal
Post 1 and 'members of Panama
Canal Unit 1. The color guard
will be composed or the Jsoy
Scouts of America.
In the event of rain-the public
ceremony will e held at the A A-merkan
merkan A-merkan Legion Club at Ft. Ama.
A Legion spokesman stated that
several people had questioned the
propriety of public disposal of the
flat The orginal Flatf Code, a.
dopted in 1923 and made a Pub.
lie Law in June 1942, provided
for disposal "as a whole private,
ly, preferably by burning. ."
This was later amended by Pub.
lie Law 829 in the 77th Congress
to read ''should be destrbyed in a
disnified way, preferably by burn,
This was done to allow or ap.
propriate public tribute for flags
that must be -destroyed -because
they have become unserviceable in
their use as the emblem of I the
United States. y-
sInv, addition to f answering
questions on road 'conditions
and construction' progress, lm lmboden
boden lmboden will give information to
those who plan- to travel ty
road to the states in the fu
ture, : and is to emphasize
preparauons for; the trip. ;
The oroeram Is.'" sponsored
jointly by the Fort Clayton li
brary and the, service club.
The pudiic is mvitea to at
tend and to remain for refresh
ments after the lecture.
h WASHINGTON (UPI)-Worricd
about tods y being Friday thi
Thinking about black cats, lad.
ders and your -lucky y rabbit's
. Forget about It. There's enough
data at the-Library of Congress
to offer explanations for all.
There's, nothing 6 connect Fri Fri-day
day Fri-day and 'the 13th. But both are
considered unlucky and 'therefore
a double whammy when, they
come together. ;
The new housing program is be
in g sponsored by the union from
Washington for its local mem members.
bers. members. It marks the first time
that the union will back 's project
of this kind, outside the United
'Fincke' said today that he met
with 'union heads H. E." Gilbert,
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Enginemen, and Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Zander, president of the AF AF-SMCE
SMCE AF-SMCE Union last week in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Both these officials 1 visited the
Canal Zone last year to make an
on-hespot program of the propos proposed
ed proposed housing project. Fincke said tat
he union men are accelerating
the'program in Washington and are
ancious for it complete success:
Meanwhile from Washington
came word that both Zander and
Gilbert are being mentioned ( as
possible successors to a .vacancy
on the AFL-CIO's 'elite governing
body, The vacancy Wa? created
whf-n musicians union chief James
C. Petnllo resigned for reasons of
health, ' -.
AFL-CIO President George Mea-
ny and his top advisors are said
to be considering Zander and Gil
bert for the top post.
According to Fincke, the hous housing
ing housing project is going full speed a-
head. Machinery for the plant is
en route to the Isthmus, and other
arrangements to start production
as soon as it arrives have already
been completed. if
Fincke is here m art "informal"
visit to check the progress of the
work. Also accompanying him on
the trip are Martin Ribikdff, vice
resident of Trans-American.: Ma
nolo Vidal of Cuba who is on their
board of directors, and Henry Bell
of: New York. ..1 s
A Panamanian, Augusto Aran-
go, has also been named to their
new board of directors, which will
hold a meeting here next week.
This afternoon the group will vi visit,
sit, visit, several Caanal Zone officials
and later on expect to meet with
labor representative-; William bin
clair 'of. Local 900.W -tv ; v.
sitgler Wage Bill
enefiis Onljjr 5()
Oi Local Raters S
Local Raters were warned today that even after the
Single. Wage Bill becomes effective 95 per cent, of all
non-US citizen employes on trVe Canal Zone will continue
" Actually it js not known j how
Friday came to be a day of
superstition. But the chief reason
given is that Christ was cruciiieu
on Friday and that "Black Fri-
: The number "13" actually has
been taboo since man first
learned to count. Apparently not
xnowmg aDout tnis utile piggy
went to market," ; he counted to
10 on his fingers and tossed in
both foot to make 12. Beyond that
lay the unknown 13.
- Black cats, ladders and rab.
bits' feet have no connection with
Friday, the 13th. 't.:
There still is s widespread be.
lief that it's, unlucky to walk un under
der under t-. ladder unless a counter,
charm .is -performed.-.1 if-.f'
' Geed tnd Evil '
. The ladder is a symbol' of both
good and evil in mytho ogy. Egypi
tians believed their sun god was
rescued by ladder when imprise
oned by 'the spirit of darkness,
today, some Egyptians "'carry
miniature ladders as luck charms.
In other parts of the world, it
is forbidden to walk under lad.
ders for various reasons. One is
that the ladder represented the
sacred triangle, the symbol of
life. Any one walking through
would be punished by spirits. Y :
on' local j ate salaries.
ranamanians now on the U5-rate rolls will be outo-v
matically frozen at their present pay rates. Since thesaf
employes are now earning 25 per cent less than their US US-rate
rate US-rate 'counterparts, the Equal Pay legislation will provide
for US citizens to earn approximately 43 per cent morel
than Panamanians who are paid at US rates. ; -' '" I
'-f-'Ti'-'.CTh'a'.warninn' rnme from n cnnkemnn of Lnrnl Qflfl.
American Federation of State. County and Muhicioaf Em
ployes, AFL-CIO. ' r
' The spokesman said Local 900 officials have consist consistently
ently consistently made it clear that the so-called single wage plan
will riof provide for'the fulfillment of workers' aspirations
V-vXi'jjt be frank IW'th, the workers, their fight for equal
treatment, and for; 'equal pay for equal work has just be
gun, the' spokesman said.
Too Heavy Load 1
On CZ Bridge',,
1 Carlos Leon, a Panamanian, was
fined $10 at Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for driving a tractor
trailer combination weighing over
the regulation 120 tons onto Mlra Mlra-flores
flores Mlra-flores Bridge without special per
mission 01 me maimeuaute eugiug,-
er. Y'iYYY'Y.' Jy t-s y y -yv y'
' The sentence however, was sus
pended for one year while Leon
will be on probation with the condi
tion that he does not commit, the
same of ense during that time.-;
The spokesman said that several
hundred) noaciuzen worxers now
employed as motor boat operators,
oilers, cabino makers', f'wersand2p, we-, believe; our .'.twiest to i
in numerous -other.Jsiuons ;"1U, reasonable, ai a det net
consistent with ih; princiiila .of
equal tretm""r" Fianiaiiians
be frozen in. their present" rates,
: mil Will eomt apoui tine
most of thtte emloyt earn, as
high at $1,44 per hour, whil ond.
er the new proposed application
of the single wage systim these
am employes' positions will be
. reduced to maximum of $1.00
to $1.15 per hour.
J -Kr 1
The SDokesman referred to a It-
gal opinion on the treaty render
ed bv the legal department of -ae
Government and Civic Employes
Organizing Commitee, AFtrUO,
in early 1955 when the legal coun
sel made it clear to unions nere
Lhat the treaty legislation had not
provided for tne abolishment of the
'Caribbean Wage- Scale,' the
"Area Wage Scale" or the ,','Loco.
.lity Rites, Waje Scale.'.r.iyY',.
, Ki, ,'':. "'JJ Y.Yf.--YYYY'M ,lj .'';!;
" 'After the merger" of GCEOC with
the American F, utration of Stale
County and Municipal Employes,
AFL V cio, another legal opinion
was rendered, this time the legal
department suggested that every
conceivable effort be made to get
certain protective regulations writ.
ten into ;, the v legislation which
would open the avenues for pos.
sible advancement in the future.
' According to the spokesman,
these ouis vd as au.
therity to support the contention
of Local 900 that the single
wage scale it only the first sttp
in the right dinction, with much
mar ramainintf to be done.
The spokesman quoted another
area c'i argument in support ot
that union's point that equality of
treatment for all employes is still
only a dream. He reierrea to u.
cal 900 s proposal to uov. w. a.
Potter that "immediate consider
ation be given by the Canal 4one
Administrajon toward tht grant
ing .? of identical percentage' wise
wage increases to non-US citizen
emDloyes paid at locality rales
whenever the congress should apa
prove Wage increases for those Can
al Zone employes Paid at US rates,
commencing with any increases
authorized in this session ot ton
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Th spokesman declared: "The
Govtrnor so far has only said
that tho matter is under conti.
deration, ytt a 10 percent wag
hike has, been granted to Postal
Worker and another 10 percent
increase it In the making for
ether US -rate employs In
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AN- INSPECTION OF, REPAIR WORK in progress on the damaged floor of Pedro Miguel
Locks was made by the board chairman and directors of the Panama Canal Company after
their arrival this week.-- f y; J "'-" '.'-''- i
' Machinery, air hoses," and broken concrete to be replaced in, the floors of the east
chamber and one of the culverts may be seen back of the group.
Left to right are: Maj. Gen. Glen a. Edgerton; Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold; Ralph H.
Cake; assistant secretary of the Army George H. Roderick, chairman of the board; Col.
Sterling K. Eislminger, executive officer in the Office of the Assistant Secretary; and Gov.y
W; E. Potter. .. ' , ;
, The Board members are here to attend meeting of the Budget and Finance Commit-1
-tee.- Robert P.- Burroughr director, -and W.-M.-Whitman,, secretary -of -the company,. had,.
?not arrived when the trip to the Locks was made by other officials. ; y s y? y
An all-day session of the Committee was being held today in the Board room pf the
Administration Building for a; review of the Company's 1960 budget. y ;
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The union followed up the, Feb.
26 reauest with another requesi
June 4, saying "it is our sounu
conviction that the same reasons
which served to convince the US
Congress of the justification to
gran; such wage increases to US
rate employes, are also true in the
case :of nonxitizen employes work
ing ln the Canal Zone, j
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Consequentlywe do not believe
that the Canal Zone Administra Administration
tion Administration will; be. able to find juslift
cation to deny non-citizen emplo,
yes the "same democratic consid.
eration the Congress has, and is
seeing fit- to extend to the, US
tizen group; particularly if consi-
and Americans werking in th Can Can-I
I Can-I Zoe t .... hi treaty com
mltments between the two na.
The union spokesman said today
that it is apparent that equal treat-:
ment" for all workers will be e
qual in some instances, but not
so many workers would really be
nefit as would weFe equal percent,
agewise wage increases applied tenon-citizen
employes, y fl
The fixit- y xaresstti
great satisfaction ever the pro proposed
posed proposed exfens.o.t Civil Ser
vice Retirement System to noiv
citizen empleyet' of the Company
Government,,, saying that if this
section of the bill goes into effect
during this year, the fights iof
a decent retirement' system in!.'
tiated over e decade ago by non
citizen labor, groups will ,Jive 't
come to a .successful end.
We can recall," the spokesman
went on when there was notori
ous opposition" from all sides on
this issue, but the unions kept
right on fighting until the kwk
manian government gave them"a
helping hand during, the treaouii:-
He said it would appear ill
the House Subcommittee on '10.1
Office; and Civil Service has -far
lv considered a number of. com
plaints consistently raised by non
citizen labor groups in connecuoi
wkh discrimination in employment
wages, treatment and equality! of
opportunity for all employes in .the
Canal Zone,, irrespective or nation
'. The spokesman said indications
from all sources seem 1 to. agree
on the eret o"ihilitv of enact..
ment of the treaty legislation dur-
ing this session of the Congress-,
and local 00 o'"'"' swere happy
that members of the : subcomm" subcomm"-tee
tee subcomm"-tee have wrr.ten m a number of
clauses which would afford non non-citizen
citizen non-citizen mii fc, right to ?p--al
- all actions taken agaiasc
Union members are particular!?
elated over the recommendation
made: by the subcommittee -fo
adequate representation on the
Canal Zone Board df, Anneals, 'he
spokesman declared. "This has
long been One of the capital as aspirations
pirations aspirations of. non-citizen- labor u'
niOns in the Canal Zone.
Local 900 has called a meeint'
of, the Executive Board. for nexc
the1! Monday in the union's office in
Cristobal to formulate its posnon?
on what cource should be followed
hi its continuing fialifor eou eou-ity
ity eou-ity in every phase of l perition -id
ihe Canal Zone.
',) '.' '...":' "'A ''"'.' ''".'"-;"'. ,, ;
petienced by- our US rate, counter."
parts, .......Y-rt.'YY .v; -''y?''
snatea,inrfut,ttcr-;r V t.
our people are experiencing a ilai-
ly increase in the cost ot living
For driving an automobile on
Gaillard Highway today without
valid operator's licence, George
Augustus Miller, 25-year-old Pana-
manian, was fined $10 in Balboa
Magistrate s Court.
deration, lagivea..to, the f actjthajt L He was also placed on probation
or. 60 davs for failing to haS
a registration plate securely fas-
even more acute that being exJtened to the rear ot the vehicle.
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PoaciON RrmtcsiNTATivta. JOSHUA MWHl INC
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THIS IS tOU FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN - ;
;," Te Ma Baa la a Hnm tea raarfart t XU 'aaam Aewkae
J LoMon or recaiv' gratefanr ead r haaa'l' to a fcollr
, (B4IMW, : V'' 'si-. -' :' '-'".' !'
It r canfribut totttf do'? be imaatitnf eoMt appear Hm
; x day. Utter f publish1 in fh wear rocaivod.
t PImm tr tm kp th lttrt limit" t on pat tanatfc.
I U laoatitf t tettot writr It held In tfnctMt confident i
t J J Thi mwwik hwmi m rfaiwibilir ft tarmoH M piiM
' &prst4 hi lttr frm rtidirt. ,.-
" a k a aa : w v A ft k ; rk.af-V' -.
'l read an article recently in
i"rhi. i ii... r.,
oiansj who really aid ail ot tne wprlt in those days and man man-Je
Je man-Je to be still aiive toaay; and the thanKa they got ior their
loJntriouuon, I leel sorry lor them.
T Most ol tnemr who are now old, sick and ptacticauV help help-UWi,
UWi, help-UWi, should really get some consideration, but are lelt out in tne
cflld. When sick tney have to go to the Santo Tomas Hospital,
Iwnere the medical attention can't be any better than it is for
tttem lor ttic simple reason that this institution has tp give pre pre-litaence
litaence pre-litaence to its own people. : : ;
Since these poor worn-out men gave alt, their services to
tite Panama Canal Company and are now -unable to wors, I
ddntsee why the Unitea States government couldnt build an
'institutior on the Canal Zone to take care of them hen they
't sick. I am sure this would make tnem feel that their serv services
ices services are appreciated, and I think it would be a great triumph
lor the doctrine that should never be forgotten Democracy.
1 1 ,., i young Blood
: f" "how not. to win friends ,;.
' er:. ' : t
'..it t havn hppn rwidlricr newsnaDer stories dally, on ..how our
US government is trying to figure out why we are a peopla for
whom -the majority of Latins have some sort of m dislike. Thid
lia'thard to find out if you hang around the clubhouses and
tHe beer cardens.; Not that I am accustomed to doing this, but
atverai times at such places I have listened to ther conversation
ot some of our senior Army civilians and Panama Canal top
'if Several days ago t heard one of these lowbrow slobs who
. hold responsible positions with the Army Engineers say some something
thing something about tnat bunch of b s who would, sell their
own brother down the river for a dish of ravioli." Im check check-!
! check-! tog on exactly what he meant. Later in the same cot fee session
4ne top dog was cussing some American employe he had had to
tall upon several times to interpret for him. The top dog was
(tmable to speak any Spanish. He referredto the other .Amer .Amer-4can,,who
4can,,who .Amer-4can,,who could apparently speak Spanish fluently, as a 'stupid
foalf-Spick.' !! .' ( S i-ij
Til wanted to ask this fellow why he did not learn Spanish
(himself. It is a beautiful language. He has been here nearly 17
wears, but I guess his small mind Is not capable of learning
(anything except cuss words, and taking God's name in vain. He
a a tvnfpAl enniurh reason whv the Latins do not like US.
i Rnmpon Khnnlrt rome down
iV'i'nf thi tvne. but it would
Iwhen the Job was done. Or if no one comes down from Wash Wash-Binrion,
Binrion, Wash-Binrion, mabe the local Army officers can do the job. They are
Vt a different caliber from the Armed Forces civilian! who give
the rest of us Americans such a
d!(Y j.V X
tjit Trtdav. after ths iatin
i-Wned to be one of the waiters serving at the reception at
the Tort Gullck Officers Open
work at noon, and worked through till midnight. Some waiters
started from 11:30 a.m.. When I overheard a couple of them say say-ing
ing say-ing that the pay. for this shift was $3.50 I thought they were
poking, but that is what the officer in charge of the club hand-
( i -Under at least one previous officer the rate was a flat $8
m may for such functions, with the agreement that if it lasted
tven 16 hours we had nothing to complain of. The $3.50 rate
seems to me like an unfair attempt to take advantage of Colon's
i . Dissatisfied Waiter
J f 1 1 '"iSi, 1 ..' -,ti- 1 ;". ''; j '.-'st..- .j t-,
Si. MAID'S DAY
'51 Why do the'Amerlcans have to treat' Yis Negro maids so
poorly? They expect us to -work, every day of every week, with without;
out; without; holidays. We- get up for -work at 8 a.m., and after we get
throush working at 7 P.m. we have to ; babysit till 11 p.m. or
midnight.' They don't pay us extra for babysitting.
iPanama Canal employes work a 40-hour week and get overtime-
for anything more, and also for Saturday or Sunday work.
Why can't we maids get Saturday and Sunday off? Every day
wa have to clean, wash, iron and clean yp after lx-year-lds
who aren't properly housebroken yet.-:"?" 'iUe.im4
;i.The employers think we can work on a slice vof bread and
a-cup of coffee for breakfast and a peanut .butter sandwich
wifhji glass of sugarless iced tea
. TAKE IT OUT? THEN PUT IT BACK ; ;
' 4 .Af&vfjf-' 't ".:.i.'.,i!''T;,s;";' '' i-'-i?)'.';"'??!l
iiirf" ,J -! r ; .f
' .IXast week you ran a story of the club lady at the National
Federation congress somewhere in the States who said she'd
t(itl5ei:,dlew".than'bake;ber-town bread. -ru.yi -y:,.
i .Thls may have brought titters to the apparently well-fed
audience, but. the laqt is many Americana have already died,
fiyc'cably more will, and a great many are living at less than
heir 100 percent potential because of de-vitaminUed and over over-'
' over-' processed foodSi-;, ;:-:;':",;..;,.,.,, r-v--ktr.:S:;,i
S'uXan't remembeif the name of theCbngressntan, who was
urging the club ladies toward a little home baking to force the
bakery Industry to quit taking all the best nourishment out of
the wheat, and then pretending, to put it back with a fast addi addition
tion addition of something synthetic. An award should be given him. for
lis showed high courage. - i-- :--- ..v-.
; You may be aure the millers, a multl-mllllon dollar lndus
try and the bread-bakers same V-were down on his neck
hike & field of wheat-thrashers. The reason is simple it costs
snore money, nets less profit, to bake and sell a loaf of bread
Eirith the honest-to-goodness fresh benefits of. the wheat kernel
eft ln-'v.-.;. ..-i..-.v-J'.'--' v. : -V'-:-: -Y.y t c.-n r.
1 1. Dietetians and doctors have known this for at least 20 years,
f But It's taken -professional nutritionists like Adelle Davis.
IwhOi wrote, "'Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit,"' and "Let's' Have
Healthy Children" to make a dent on the public consciousness,
if she, and others, make a big enough dent, the millers and
bakers will come around, just as the automobile manufacturers
have come around fast. For years they rammed bigger and big
cer cars down the public's gullet. Then the public choked: sat
back on its heels. Now the industry it) delighted to produce
- some small ears. : -:C -.Cfii s-'-!v,v.;-;,:..3.-;
What does this mean to Mrs. Zone housewife? Just this:
- Commissary bread tastes very nice. But I suspect that it's
rlly a cut above States average on vitamins and minerals, Even
". that is something. i-',- :-::'
, But if the women of the Zone want the best of the cereals
Wt in their bread, not taken out and maybe put back, they
hive a fine chance to have it done here without returning to
the task of home baking. .,,.
to public wish in such matters. ; Gorgas Hospital must have a
nutritionist; maybe Coco Solo does too.
J Since the matter is before the General Federation of Wom
en's Clubs, maybe the local clubs will sift out the facts and see
in some constructive requests
- 14 OO
The Panama American about
omriiu nf I npm WpNC' In.
from Washineton and clean
be a oretty empty house here
bad name. ... yt ,.
'A if- 1
American schoof graduation, I
Mess. We were told to report for
tor lunch arid supper,
are in order,
By ROBERT C. RUARK
I always admired Hazel Scott
as a very line piano player, but
I have always distrusted dominies
who play with politics, and so have
never been properly enthusiastic
about Hazel's husband,' the Rev.
Adam Clapton Powell, who uses
both his church and his race to
further his political career. I'm sur
prised he hasn't got Hazel bang
ing his theme song on the piano,
as well. .- '-
The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
has already condemned him rine.
ingly, and no less a guardian -of
public morals than 'the New iia
Times has devoted' to' Powell an
editorial headed "Dangerous and
Stupid." v u .v '
Because what Powell I dis
count the 'revered' in pouticans
and demagogues, would-be has
just out-Arkansas-ed Arkansas. All
this charming, urbane gentlembn
has done was to attempt to stir
up race disorders to vent oi spite
against Tammany Hall or refus
ing to support his candidacy for
re-election to .Congress. 'T :V
I think it rather bad taste for
a minister of the gosoel to use his
pulpit as a rostrum to declare war
on Tammany Hall, and to threaten
to make the streets of Harhm un
safe, for public officials. And to
refer to the shameful treatment
of Vice-President and Mrs. Pwich.
ard M. Nixon in the tame breath
as an example or what he wouldn t
do.. .with the implication.- that he
would do something of the same.
Heaven not Powell's Heaven,
but the generally accepted one
knows the streets of Harlem are
perilous enough without any added
contribution by this rather unu
sua! man of the cloth.
The NAACP made itself a lot
of category, by beating out the na.
tional brains of this pulpit-pound
politico or. I should sav. un.
it accused him of emnlovine "ex.
treme racialism," about the dirti dirtiest
est dirtiest set of words you can use, be.
cause the NAACP's whole life has
oeen devoted to combating extrem
racialism on the white side. i
We cannot condemn racism in
others while using it ourselves,"
the association sadi.
Apart from the bad tast of us.
ing his church as a political forum
apart from his injection of race
and also religious diferences nto
pure politics Powell was stupid
enougn to mane a crack to his
faithhil that his split-o f from Tam.
many was marking the beginning
of the end of boss control."
In planning a new machirte to
challenge De.Sapio and Company,
he said: "I am to ask all regis,
tered voters not to sign anything
that doesn't have ; nv nam nn
it, We've, got to teach the Negro
voter now to stop lynching him him-self.".
self.". him-self.". -t
' -Brother Powell Is not against
boss control. He just wants to be
tne doss who controls. t
Not Since Paul Robesnn tiaAfA
to shoot off his face foMhe Com.
munists have I seen a greater dis.
service rendered the colored Ame
rican citizens than has recently
been o.'fered gratuitously by this
politically, frustrated preacher,
Powell. . ;;,
As I said, Hazel Scott plays a
sweet piano. Put papa in the clo.
set. Hazel, and tickle those keys
real loud. It'll take some noise to
drown out the reaction the old
man made when he put all his
iees in ms Dig' fat mouth.
Ciladel To Ruins
BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)-Leb.
anese army artillerv nnnnrtpri
Tripoli's 12th Century Citadel into
ruins yesterday in the heaviest
fighting in the northern port city
euite uie ieoanese reouion began
five weeks ago, ; military, sources
here said. :r,'"K;,,,;v. :.-;-;!.:.:
Rebel sources it the home of
Tripoli opposition ieatfer Rashid
Karame said the fighting has
been continuous since late Tues.
day. They described rebel losses
as "heavy;?' r-;:;.v;;-:::i '.
: At United Nations headquar.
ten In New York, the U.N Se,
cunty Council voted 10 to 0, with
the Soviet Union abstaining, to
send a watchdog ; committee to
Lebanon, to keep Syria from send,
ing guns to the rebels, isj
(Secretary.General, Dag Ham.
nurskjold said a "servicing
group" could arrive In Lebanon
today. He said it would j, be
recruited from U.N. truce teams
in Jerusalem). v
' (In London. Minister of State
for Foreign Affairs David Ormsby
said Britain would continue to
supply arms to the Lebanese gov.
ernment Because not to do so
would amount to "interference" in
the affairs of Lebanon." He re.
fused to reveal details of British
arms shipments to Lebanon but
said they were on a very small
SCale.") V :;;t,;f-vi.
Lebanese government military
sources said Tuesday night the
artillery opened fire on the Cit
adel, being used as the anchbr
in the rebel defense line though
it was never designed to with.
stand the terrific pounding of
modern armament. By yester
day it Was virtually destroyed.!
- The fighting was described as
the heaviest In Tripoli since the
u. s. information imrary was
sacked May 10 and the rebellion
OK PIPELINE PROPOSALS
WASHINGTON (UPI) An ex.
amrner for the Federal Power
Commission has approved propos.
a's made by Tennessee Gas
Transmission Co. tobulld pipe,
line facilities in nine states at I
cost of $169,300,000. The plan is
still subject to review Dy the en.
tire commission., ,
.(W i 1 til, I
Walter i.Wihchell I ri.NeVj York
REPORTER IN A HURRY
The N. Y. Journal American
(aim ointr papyri) ntaaunea.
confirmation ot nw colyum't ao ao-vance
vance ao-vance imws on tht piu sign
mantt: Inat-itMi would be a
wise (nveitmtnt. .U. S. (
Ud the rally, "aaitint new
peak in iarge volume,", ; said
ih Journal-American, . .The
mink coat that Cat de Parte
beauty Chickie Jam tost to
burgUrt (along with other: act
cumulated loot ) cimi from Jar Jar-ry
ry Jar-ry Lavan (panumtr). Only one
ot her scads of baaux. ... .The
forecast it : grim for most
Broadway shows new on the
boards. At least, a dozen are
preparing closing-notices.. t
bhuoert allayeati predict "only
ten shows will b running' aft after
er after July 4. The top muaigats
"Fair Lady," "Muaie Man" and
'Wt Side Story," are expect
d te continue playing te Stand Standing
ing Standing Room Only, .The twe un unmarried
married unmarried McGuire. Sitters won't
be by Chrittmat.
' People who recall talented Ann
Harding (as the sweet, wholesome
and long-suffering wife of the
films) are amazed at the brutal
force with which she projects
the hard, ruthless mother in Ten
nessee Williams' "Garden Dis
trict." The drama critics should
review the play (again) since she
inherited the role ... Nat (King)
Cole and his wife (Maria) co-host
a fashion show for the Runyon
Fund at their homo on the 14th.
The models include wives of film
stars. .Third Avenue (where the
"L" used to be,) will announce
plans to build the world's "most
luxurious" hotel. In the 40s.V'.
Polly Adler (author of 'A House
Is Not a Home") is mending from
a heart attack. ; .Zsa-Zsa tells
pals that Trujilld "really"? didn't
give her that Mercedes. Says Ru Ru-birosa
birosa Ru-birosa gave it to her long ago.
Lionel Shapiro, the Montreal
newspaperman-war ; correspondent,
book and film author (he passed
at 50 the other day), was one of
the newcomeroewsmen who nev
er stopped thanking us for 'show
in me around : Broadway" when
he first arrived to cover. The Big
Apple. on his first night here
(riding in our police press car)
small-time Montreal hoodlum
was shot dead in midtown. His
paper headlined: "Gazette Report-
CoMni Win.K.II In M V
When Roberts Sherwood debute
at th Back Orchid Chicago)
July 9th the owntr will rdcv
orat thalr Junior Room "and
nam it aftr her during hr
stay. (End of commercial). .,
Presley's upcoming flic ("King
Creole") has more songwriters
en th screen credits than
songt. .Fiftaan writar. 13 dit ditties.
ties. ditties. .Pearl Bailey and groom
(Louis Bellton) delighted the
entire Las Vtgat atrip with
their ta-ta party. ,Parli Ma
is great fun on and off stage.
. ..Gingar Edwards (the Cope
iron) and comlo Jackl Clark
or the late-late shew at the
Embert. .Our query: "Does
anyone knew the whereabouts of
Joe V Edwards, ntwman?" was
enswerod by Mr, Edwards. H
Is en a Natiau, British Wait
Indies paper. It was feared he
met foul play covering' that
"unsolved" Miami Bach mur murder.
der. murder. .Who it the 'power" in
Florida, sutpactad ef stifling
news about Arthur Karoff't Dae.
9th slaying?. -.Spotted the
eeme vning dining at Trader
Vic'tt Ex-Quen Sorava and
friandi, th Frank Costellot and
ether front-nag namtt. ,Sv
erel hotel elarkt (whe should
knew that we like them all) are
in tears ever th lines "A hotl
clrk Is one with a perpetual
enter." (Teddibiah,. eddy., no
mere ,de., Hokay?) -i ,y;;..4
Remember-that big story in the
N.Y. Times land the newsmaas
about a drug firm that went into
bankruptcy blaming Wincehll for
its troubles?.'.. .Well," the 'courts
ruled that the company was uo ie
lessly insolvent and threw the
thing into the garbage cans,
Somewhere There's Suns
They all tcted ?just within" the
law so tar as tne gov t was con con-cerneo.
cerneo. con-cerneo. .Wnat 1 uid was expose
it on their own microphones. Y
wnere s my xataun i t;- tine
records of the proceedings were
studied ;! m ederai court by
friends of the colyum. They re
port: "They are fantastic Bar
ouis, beauty parlor bills (for girl
tiie..;si. ; trips to Caufonua .ik-
Canada, parties at '21' and so oh.
The coin ran into the thousands,
all charged to Seaboard '. Drug,
wnne the office help often -went
unpaid.' .One of the executives
is reported douig all right, v .An
otner purcha-sed a small radio
station out West. r.But you do
not read any -of it in the news
mags and the newspaper that play-
ea up tne oarucrupters aaois (on
page one) naming "Wincheli" s
receiving almost $93,000'. .".We
were paid by the network for
whom we worked not by those
promoters". iWheii w ;nn.ri
them (and their product we flung
way a o,wu per weeK radio job.
The James Montgomery. Flagg
painting (of th Dempaey-Wil-lard
championship fight) which
;decrats half th wall f th
champ's L roadway rtaurnt
U vahseiel .(thtay tay) at $100, $100,-flOO
flOO $100,-flOO In today's art market, .v.
me bat proof that rocknroll
sengs- (tengtT) ug infantll
Th on taggod "Purnla ; Peo
ple Eater" wai horrawut rm
e kiddy rhym...Tims Squar
""' pmpnmrs nav a
new gimmick: Pom au lltti.
books with photos f I team H v.
clad dolls en the cover. On the
intide it the warnina about th
wagat of tin. .Hush-Huth mae
It raadvina an articU n T
ingrat. ,Fur maiw studios
are bidding for Channel chomp
Gertrud Edork't lif story. .
Has th whole truth been told
aeout the recent fir at tha M...
aum of Modern Art?. . .The
Hotel RQtevrt'a- haadwalUr
Buttons" wai alaln h k.;.
aerk waiter. . .Does Mitcholl
Parish. Whata ova k.ll.J.
ttart this eolvum I wA .L.
fathrd th potry te the great
tons "Star nm"l I
"Star Dutt'' hat I in. ( th
Vrt) Which hai aranhatU ...
notationt? Te wit: "Living m
... w"i "ot die .
"Star Dutt" Is th eh.m.' kit
song, according te all surveys.
Wm. Shannon, a" whinfn.
ran.. ...i. --.."fcwii
vyviHu.-'wiuK i rip it u man
Hoover tha nthp .rtifmn u. ....
!SSL M.- Jo'"" -Edgar;
v..vccu una tne Dusiness of trad
ing UDI and rnlnrfnl I..U. j.
ib US in rnlnmn st. lllr- w.u..
Wincheli in exchange for 'puffs'
X 'P t?P men in the FBI close
i2i tn director (Hoover) -know
this: That since 1932 bLT
columnist U i.y,lir"l
ll'i5?0 'l'Vto wv't agencies
y ieasi i tnree "beats"
oinwo ni ume. we Didn't
(or tell our editors) that
According to PIt o, the
Gretk philosopher Socrates was
forced to- drink a bowl of poi- -son
hemlock which caused his.
death. The plant from which
the, fatal drink, was brewed,',"
however, is a member of the
parsley family and is not ref reflated
lated reflated to the hemlock tree.""
t) Britaanloa it. Encyclopedl
Richard Hauptmann, the kidnap
per ox. ane Lindbergh baby, had
ucea arrestea, because w phoned!
the FBI 24 hours before the arJ
resi was ; made public that we
knew it but wouldn't publish ; it
for fear of obstructing justice and
tipping oW any accomplices. .
u," noover -mentions- this (in his
speeches) before press clubs and
pohce groups. l'If there were
more reporters like Wincheli h
says, 'it .would be lots easier for
iaw eniorcement people". We
once phoned Mr. Hoover and ask asked
ed asked him if he had any news about
tne' u-men.; For pur' broadcast
pn.T Sunday -night, w .He said:
n ?mn a KUleo: 'Pretty
Boy-;. Floyd this morning in the
woods near Cleveland:. ."May
I report that?" we inquired ... "I
npn t.see why! not."- he replied, "it
a Hf-oM news execu
tive sP'd he checked with Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland editors and thev said, "it
m f .true'. VTalk ,about Ted faces
... rtuu sxewp. i.
i The practical way to stop the waste of Valuable v
r oxuee space new beauty and utility
have been addeci In the latest models. Their economy
' ana practicamniy wm amaze youj
Our Representative will fee glad to hclj ycu achieve tailor made working areas.
30 Jose Fc3, de la Ossa
. BUCHAREST A state dinner
behind the now porous iron Cur.
tain is one of those events you
want to attend once, but not too
often if you wish to preserve
ine one l attended was the e e-quivalent
quivalent e-quivalent of the White House din.
ner lor Queen Elizabeth, except
that there was more food and
It was the dinner given by Pre.
mier Stoica of the i'eople'f Re.
public of Rumania for Premier
Gomulka of the Peop.e s Republic
The limousines started driving
up to the Council of Ministers
promptly at 7:30 p.m. and you
were out of luck if you didn't
have your own chauffeur. They
put on an awfully good -duplication
of capitalistic ears driving
up to the searchlight-illuminated
White House. There was even a
limousine starter out in front to
give your ear a number to be
caled on departure. v
One difference was that across
the Plaza from the Council of Win.
isters glowered the statue of Sta Stalin,
lin, Stalin, a gentleman now faUso from
grace at home, ;. while across
from the White House is the sta.
tue of Lafayette, aristocratic friend
of a new democracy still greatly
revered in that democracy, j
OCEANS OF CAVIAR
Inside' the. Council of Ministers
you walked up marble stairs a
cross an expansive marb'e floor
In the middle of which stood Pre.
mier Stoica and the Rumanian
Minister of Commerce, Marcel Po.
pescu. They were the reception
No wives stood with them, as
at a White House dinner. But
there were plenty of wives at
the Rumanian dinner. The Ameri.
can Minister, Clifton Warton, and
Mrs. Wharton were ; seated; with
the diplomatic' corps close to the
head table, and the; rest of us
sat at long tables, running the en
tire length of the 300-foot hall.
There were 660 guests, and- how
the waiters ever served them was
a miracle. ,:;.-v-t!H-.:j, r'i-U
r However, a, catering firm, pre.
sumably communist bandied the
array of dishes and courses with
perspiring efficiency, On a given
signal they marched In with froz.
en parfait and huge.Polich.Ruma huge.Polich.Ruma-nian,
nian, huge.Polich.Ruma-nian, birthday cakes held aloft In
tpe most approved .. capitalistic
' The first :, course was caviar
5 here .was- fresh' black' stufgeon
aviar out of the Black Sea" and
ltd pike caviar.; A waiter did not
dole out meagre spoonfuls. It Was
on the table In front of you and
you just helped yourself.
) Some years ago in Siberia I had
to liveonjQothing but ..bread and
caviar for-a week, but I still like
it anil "got off to a bad start by
G G VQ A G. G
eating too much. I didn't realize
wnat was to come. There was a
printed menu in front if me, but
it was in Rumanian and this is
not one of my better languages.
However, I SOon got some idea
of what lay ahead. The next
course was an assortment of hors
doeuvres-sibiu salami, stuLed
mushrooms, celery and olives,
every kind of cheese available
from Denmark to Italy (except'
for Wisconsin), stuffed French pas.
try shells, smoked salmon, smok.
ed trout, smoked sturgeon, and
some other doodads I couldn't
name and can't remember.
Then fol'owed sevenl kinri.
fish, chicken with a COrn rvnna
called "mamaliga"; then roast
veal, with peas, beans, onions and
carrots. .. : ,.
Each course 'was prvH
battery of waiters marching down
the long lin of tables balancing
cw atacx ot piates.
Each Course Was al.n tmrvmA (a
the accompaniment of a Rumanian
ypsy orchestra in native costume
jy ng mat nigh key, plaintive
music which originated with the
shepherds tending their flocks and
which is now danced to in every
Ba kan village from Greece t
-It was weird and stirring mu.
sic; though after a couple of
hours you kind of wished for tn
interlude of Strausj, Gershwin,: or
" -,. i. ,."4 - '
' ; v-i -Nf V .-
A flautist who won a lot of priz.
es at the New York World's Fair
was the highlight of the musical
evening. .;. ;"
By this time we had got around
to the pastry, the parfait,,. an
the toasts. There had already been
a series of private tosts. The Ru.
manian across the table obviously
was brimming over with people,
to-people friendship. Perhaps he
had read some of my columns
urging that the best way to win
the peace is to get behind the I.
ron Curtain, and get to know each
Others joined him in the 'risky
fame of "bottoms up?" I didn't
now bad such a wide reader,
ship. y ;v-.;:i;T'
By this time I was getting a lit.
t'e skeptical about my own ioeaS
on friendship certainly liquid,
sealed friendship. Rumanian tuica
can be" potent.
There was round after round o
"bottoms up!" Also there was a
varied assortment oL red wine,
white wine" and champagne. I
wasn't quite sure. whether the-'l.
dea was to send me home brim,
ming with people-to-people friend,
ship; but, by cheating on the bot.
toms.up .business,. I ; managed to
stay on my ...own,.' two r feet and
gave -an interview to a Mexican
newspaperman after the dinner.
Fit ID AT, Jr? 13, 133S
T1I2 PANAMA AISICAN AN LDLP.SL1.S i bHitii H-aAkt
7c$ iinfcJ tlin
FRAMINGHAM, Mas. (UPD (UPD-An
An (UPD-An attractive blonde drowned
herself in a reservoir titer t
troubled romance with t surgeon
who is the father of six children,
police reported today.
The b o d y of JJrs. Eleanor
Sasseville, 26, was found early
today by Dr. Stephen J. Starr aft aft-er
er aft-er she disappeared from a res.
Police Chief Edward T. Me.
McCarthy said he was convinced
the Worcester office worker com.
The death of Mrs. Sasseville,
who lived apart from her hus.
band, unveiled a clandestine ro romance
mance romance that had been going on be.
tween her and the doctor or
three years, police said.
The couple met for bout two
hours Tuesday night at a restaur,
ant to "talk over" their romance,
police said. Mrs. Sasseville had a
beer and Starr had a highbalL'
At one point, police said, Mrs.
Sasseville excused herself to go
to the ladies room and did not
return to their table. 1 : i
Starr then hunted nightlong for
her, checking her home and var.
ious eating pJa ces here and in
Worcester, about 20 miles away.
Finally, acting on a taxicab driv.
er's tip, he searched the banks of
the reservoir and found her fully.
clad body, face down, : in water
about four feet from the tree tree-edged
edged tree-edged shore. ;
No .charges were filed against
, Starr, who was described as In a
"state of shock." He was taken to
a state mental hospital "for his
own protection," police 'said, v-vr
Plods !!ol 6i!ly
To IterA Holdups ;
BIRMINGHAM, Ala! (UPI)-A
i pregnant housewife, rpaie but
calm, waived preliminary hearing
today on charges she held up two
savings and loan associations but
her ; attorney emphasized that
"our plea is not guilty."
' Mrs. Kathryn Anderson, 28,
: called a typical suburban house.
- wife and m o t h e r by' her aeign.
1 bors,' was held for grand jury ac;
1 tion under a $10,000 permanent
, bond altera 10.mip.ute hearing be.
for U.S. Commissioner Louise 0.
" Charlton. ''w-': vs;?1
. The titian-naired' mother of two,
who is' expecting third' hild,
i appeared v'af :' the brief hearing
dressed in' a black two-piece ma.
ternity btjtfit with white accessor accessories
ies accessories and a white summer hat.'
She wasi calm and her hus.
band,' Charles H. Anderson, ap ap-peared
peared ap-peared nervous in comparison.' -Assi.
U.S. rAtty." Wilham West
told Commissioner. Charlton that
; after ; a conference with the de de-fense,
fense, de-fense, ;;;"the government (has.
stopped its witnesses. The gov government
ernment government will acquiesce in v the
wishes of the defendant.", -i
iL. Drew- Redden,' representing
Mrs. Anderson, then said; "We do
desire, to waive the hearing. As
'Jar as our plea is concerned ,our
plea is not guilty.'" r
Mrs. Charlton then asked the
; the defendant if it was her wish
to waive the hearing. She nodded
twice and aaid, "Yes ma'am, yes
' Redden said the ecision to
waive was reached "after talking
with Mrs. Anderson's dbstetri dbstetri-cian."
cian." dbstetri-cian." The attorney also said a
"constitutional question" would
be raised when the case goes, to
federal court, i
. WASHINGTON (UPI)-Congrt
sional investigators- reporvd
yesterday that 'peace talks with
Cleveland industrialist Cyrus t.ai.
on. who has accused the govern
ment of Nazi-type "snooping",
broke' down in anger Wednesday.
Eaton met in -a. "rather vigor
ous arm-waving session wnn
chairman Francis Walter (D
Pa.) and other top members of
the v House Committee on un-
Walter and Ren. Gordon H..
Scherer (R-Ohio) both, denied that
the meeting verged on fisticuffs.
But other sources, said the 74
year-old Eaton twice jumped ex excitedly
citedly excitedly from his chair.
Walter's committee issued : but
has not served a subpena on Eat
on ta testify on his recent televi
sion charge that scores of federal
agencies are engagea in snooo snooo-ing"
ing" snooo-ing" and "creeping up" on pen
Eaton Requests -mttting 4;
Walter said, Eaton requested
the meeting to "talk things over,"
it was held an the office of Sep.
Gordon H. Scherer (R-Ohio).
. (But Walter .: said he ? broke off
the discussion and left when Eat
on compared the, United States to
dav with .Germany vunden Adolf
"That was too much for me."
he told newsmen. "I couldn't
Scherer said the meeting was
arranged by Roger H- Ferger.
publisher of the Cinolnnati Kn
quierer.' Ferger- and Richard
Areas, committee staff director
were present in addition to Wal
ter and Scherer.- V
Scherer told newsmen that Eat
on and Arens got into a "rathe:
vigorous" discussion about the
Clevelander's charges and Arens'
reply made later on the i-mej
television networa. ,.
, RINGS OF STONE-Miss u u-Nora
Nora u-Nora lone displays some of
.the curiously shaped, stones she
found in the Mississippi; River
.- near Memphis, Tenn. The stones
' were carved into their.ring-like
shapes .by the river's shifting
-sands and a gravel bed. ,; : -:
Mi To Oppose;
Rebsc 01 Uefiro
Prof. Clennon Kind
. JACKSON, Miss. (UP!) The
state prepared today to oppose
-an effort to free Negro Prof. Clen Clen-'non
'non Clen-'non King from the state mental
hospital, where pyschiatrists are
seeking to learn if he is sane.
, King's wife, Mrs. Anne King of
:Gulfport, requested a writ of
habeas corpus in a petition filed
yesterday in chancery court aere
She sought immediate release of
, her husband, who was committed
to the institution a.ter he tried to
enter the all-white University ot
Mississippi. , s
The petition was filed by King's
brother, attorney C. B. King of
- Albany, Ga., and Jess Brown t of
Vicksburg. Judge M.M. McGowan
tot a hearing for next Monday and
ordered Sheriff Albert Jones to
have King present. v.
v State officials would not disclose
how they would fight the request.
Gov.' J. P. Coleman and Atty.
' Gen.' Joe T. Patterson were out
of town, and Asst. Atty. Gen,
Matthew Harper would say only:
"Of course we'll oppose it." i
The petition contended the state
"violated Mississippi law in holding
King's' lunacy Rearing in Jackson
, rather than in Oxford, where he
was seized by highway patrolmen,
or in Gulfport, his home.
It also charged that the state
failed to comply with the law in
th at King's right s to consult with
his .attorney "was not complied
; with from the time he was taken
into custody until the time he was
examined and committed" to the
; hospital at nearbv Whitefield. :
' King was seized by highway
patrolmen in plain clothes and
( spirited of : the campus when he
refused to leave the university ad.
j ministration building. Officials re.
fused to reveal where he was held
tintrthe lunacy hearing 24 hours
WHISKER SAVER Beards
and cigarettes just don't mix,
as John P. Qantrell -and his
friends, found out ih painful
fashion. i The men are growing
beards for the West Point,
Mass. centennial celebration,
and several handsome growths
went up in flames. Cantrell de-
cided to take no chances,
devised thls ash guard.,
' Wavs Arms to Emphttixt
! "Naturally they, were waving
their aims to emphasize their
poinK"' Scherer said.
1 Scherer told newsmen 'I still
feel and perhaps jnore so
that the committee should $'t
Eaton iio, testify al, a public es
lion." :. : -:.:"!"' "-'v
Wal'er said he 1 would leave it
up to the,. committcj to decde
whether to-go ahead with plans to
subpena Eaton. ;
: At Widnesday's session, Schcr-
aim ronnrfd that W.irnn insisted
his charges had bem levelled r.ot
only at congressional investigators
and tne tax. out it treasury
firial rH a tiumher of regula
tnrv. iioatiripi InpluHinff th Inter
state' Commerce Commission and
the Securities a Exchange Com
mission -. -H
uM Talnn .alsa nroduced
letters -from President Eisenhow Eisenhow-er,
er, Eisenhow-er, Soviet ; Premier Niklta S.
KtiTiishrhv : and', Undersecretary
ot state i;nrisuan nerier compu compu-motvtins
motvtins compu-motvtins him on hit "Interest in
The elderly millionaire indus industrialist
trialist industrialist sponsors an annual inter international
national international scientific meeting at Pug Pug-wash,
wash, Pug-wash, Nova Scotia. s-f
yht,.A.. .i V -j
Kishi Rc;bclcd ; ;
Premier 01 Jspn 1
TOKYO (UPI)-Nobusuke Kishi.
a firm aliV: of the West, was re
elected Japan's prime minister
yesterday oy a solid, jnajority in
ine ncwiy eiectei House 01 uep
Tesentatives.-.-. -'.-: .'1..
' KisVi.: Democratlc.i.tberal Party
leader, received,; 29C of the 433
votes tcast m tne w-seat tower
House of Parliaments His rival
Socialist Party Chairman Ms.t-
buro Suzuki, polled 162 votes ad
one Ballot was biaaic ; t
- The return of Kishi to power for
a secor.d. term ented;' a period of
political wrangling fnal left Japan
without -al goverumvn; lor tnre)
d"vs. i -Kishi
and his old cabinet re
signed Tuesday- in a formality to
permit formation of a new gov
ernment following ihe May ; 22
elections for i new.:. Roust of
,,The Prime Minister's reelection
had been t foregone; conclusion
because of t 298-seat majority his
Liberal-DenVocrati have :, in ; the
new House, , -,
New Jersey To Act
William J. Levitt
TRENTON," N.J. (UPI) The
state attorney general's office is
studying anti-discrimination laws
today to determine., whether it
might have grounds for action
against builder William J. Levitt.
Levitt announced he will not sell
to Negroes in his newest develop;
ment to be built near Burlington,
It would appear that action
would be likely under state law
if Levitt persists in his announced
policy to make the third "LeviU
town" an all-white community.
The builder, has applied to the
Federal Housing. Administration
for a -commitment stating the
FHA will issue the usual guaran guarantee
tee guarantee of mortgages in the proposed
If the application -is- approved,
the state could move against Lev Levitt
itt Levitt under a law passed last sum.
mer which bans discrimination in
publicly.assisted housing. ; ;
This's the first time Levitt has
tried to build a housing develop1,
ment in a state which has hou3.
ing discrimination statutes Pre Previous
vious Previous levitt town communities
were built in Long ; Island, N.Y.
and n Bucks County, Pa.
MACKINAC I S LAND. Mich.
(UPI) A leading Dutch in.
dustrialist told the "sufnmit con.
fernce"'for Moral Re-Armament
yesterday of a new approach in
Dutch-Indonesian relations which
"may herald a new era in my
nation's foreign policy."
Fritz Phillips, vice president of
the Philips Electrical Co. said
Socialist Sen. Drk de Loor apolo apologized
gized apologized to the Indonesian represent
tatives at an Asian MRA assemt
bly "for the responsibility of the
Dutch in the present crisis."
He said the statement last
spring "stirred the entire Dutch
nation and keynoted a foreign pol policy
icy policy debate in Ptruament."
Philips said that ." relations be be-tween
tween be-tween the Netherlands and Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia were seriously deadlocked.
He sai the Dutch government did
not see any future course, but to
wait for. changed circumstance)
as feelings of disillusionment in
Holland were deepened by the
arrival of 40,000 expelled Dutci
nations. : ... ,
Philips said De Loor'I apology
met a storm of criticism (In the
press Dut his speech in the for.
eign affairs debate brought thfl
issue again to life "which may be
the beginning of a new era in thd
foreign policy of my country and
stimulate a similar approach for
the great conflict in North
Billy Grchni Says
SAN i FRANCISCO h (UPI)-1 -i
Evangellst Billy Graham says the
church .must speak out today on
the problems of race, .alcoholism
and mental illness., :v;
Graham told a near-capacity
crowd of 18,000 persons at the Cow
Palact yesttrday that "the church
must take the lead"' In all mor moral
al moral and social issues of the day.
One of the major: purposes of
the church, he said, is to be an
influence for good in the commun.
Its purpose Is to glorify God,
to v provide fellowship and to
strengthen religious faith; ; t
"Christ predicted the triumph of
the church," he said. frr-i :.:.
Before his sermon, singer Ethel
Waters was introduced to the
crowd. Sht sangy.'Hls Eye is on
the Sparrow." v : ? ; , ;
Miss Waters told newsmen she
came to San Francisco to appear
with Graham "because my child
needs me, so I came out here ta
smile at him, and let him know
he was on the right track."
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GOVERNOR AND MRS. POTTER ENTERTAIN (
Manama canal board of directors v :;
" v Gomnor nd Mr. WlHIam E. Pottirfvit din-n
M net party yesterday tveninr tt the Governor' residence lor j
11 the visiting members of the Board of Directors of tht ran.,
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Lie. Oraclele Oua V. Guest
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Tht Inter American, Women s
Club hslded its annual luncheon
! yesterday in tha Ballroom of the
..Xivoli Guest House. Guests of Hon.
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a, Pana-a, Mrs. Mercedea G. de la Guar Guar-,dii,
,dii, Guar-,dii, honorary president of the
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dent; Mrs. Gabriel Velasquex, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Mrs. Ricardo Faredes.
treasurer; Mm. Rogeiio Alfaro, rt rt-cording
cording rt-cording secretary's Spanish, ; tod
Mrs. Richard PUlen, recording
secretary," English. ".
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of acceptance of the presidency,
Mrs. yuan spoae. oriaiiy on ine
history o tha Commission of Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women, Its achieve achievements
ments achievements and aims, 'v-
Musio throughout the luncheon
was provided Dy Don Handel at
the organ. ..t
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Mrv Tj Azrarrafi; flauehtef
of Mr, nd Mrs. David Atcarrigi
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wife of the new Post Commander.
Hostesses were esdames Joy
Blond, Vivian Buckbee, Virginll
Donett and Joyce Ryale. Mn.
Esther Moore, outgoing Club prei.
ident and Mn. Kay Rogeri. preil.
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of wood rosea to Mr.- Coney -on
behalf of the NCO wivea of the
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College In Sherman, Texai to com.
pieie ner lemor year,
lecky I tier Ham
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Ann Millar a (tnflrmad bache,
lar !rl since her tint unnsppy
marriif a, Is abaut ta try It again
with tut O'lonner, the CalKor.
nla lawyer ... Pnylllt and Rocl
Hudian haven't bean eble ta get
tetether en the llnanelal settit.
ment eannaeted with their up.i
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meat recant erter made ta bar
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my, and appears aetermlnad ta
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of tha itar'a aamlnit.
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bt the iavorite eicort of glamor.
oua Princes Soraya of Iran ... ai.
though Columbia Pictures la three.
tening him with a'tSQO.OOO lawsuit
for refusing to stir in the firm
version of 'The Last Ansrv Man."
Glenn Ford plans to accept pos.
nble suspension which could
Keep him off the screen for a yeas
wituout salary ratner than do
tha picture that doesn't appeal tQ
mm ... Ait itnan nai aignea a lease
on Carton House apartment.
Tnrea.dimeniionai television is a
possibility in the near future, ai.
tnough tne procese will require
special glasses to obtain the fun
etieet, A Mew Jersey scientist is
the inventor ... Marlon Brando's
sister Jocelyn, who was seen on
Sroadway in a small part in "Mis "Mister
ter "Mister .Roberts," is divorcing screen
writer Elliott Asinoff alter eight
years of marriage ... George (ton (ton-el's
el's (ton-el's pals are spreading the start startling
ling startling report that he owns a million
dollars worth of life insurance.
goodness gracious xdtpartmentr
the- Muiie Hall, which usually
'featuree stage shews as sy ai
Whistler's Mother, currently fea
turae tha Reckettes doing bumei
and grinds. Old ladies from Du.
buqua are blushing ... Lionel
Hampten bought ene ef thost
cute little Qerman station wa.
gone far his band, It's called, ba,
lieva it r net, a Oeoiemobile,
One of the newest recording
companies Is in the red to the tune
of $100,000 Jilly, owner of the
2nd St. chorus kid rendezvous.
plans to open a new night dub
featuring comedians all the staff
to ba funnymen, from the door,
man to the waiters. It will be o-
fened on the sits of the old Luck
ierre's on! 58th St., and called
''The Ha Ha Club" ...Harry Bela.
lonte's handlers think tha orodue.
ers of the film version oi "Wast
iiae Btory' would give practically
anything to get their boy for one
Of the leading' roles.
i Biiue Holiday and her husband
clashed violently on her birlhdav.
The result: she needed medical at.
tention rranchot Tone is in Len
ox Hill HosDital for iurffarv..Thi.
British press, adhering to a time.
nonorea custom, scorched rank
Sinatra for giving them the surly
treatment when he arrived at Loo.
Robert Donats' death was a
greet blow to Ingrid Bergman,
although she was aware of his
grave, illness during tha period
whan they ee.itarred on 'Tha
Inn ef the Sixth Happiness." His
' friendship) and solicitude was ef
censiderible cemfort ta her
during the trying eeries ef her
parting frem Roatrta Rasiallinl.
In an "exclusive" interview i
the Italian weekly L'fiurepeo, V
Damone is quoted as admitting
that tne trouble is his marriage
Her Angeii wasn't caused by hi.
wife, whom he adores, but by hit
motner.in.law, That situation hai
been quite well understood by hit
intimates for a long time, but I
any U.S. columnist has printed the
.acts, Vic would have rushed in
with a passionate denia ...The Je
frey Lynns' East bide apartment
has been robbed again the sec.
ona time since tne new year,
The Sardi set hesrs Henry Ton.
da and Anne Bancroft, who blend
so splendidly on stage on "Two
or tne Seesaw," are frightfully
cool to each other once the curt curtain
ain curtain falls ... Lee Masid has flnwn
to Detroit to sign up the choir at
Father Lofton's church, where
Delia teese got her start, The
singers there are susoosed to be
the hottest spiritual group in the
Aiflo Hsy j mish on Tina Louue
s no longer a secret. He haunts
ner ... Bobo Rockefel er doesn't
mind cutting a few financial corn.
era. Just before she left, for Eu.
rope, she met a dress manufactur.
er at a party and wangled an in invitation
vitation invitation to drop in and get a few
dresies wholesale.' She spent her
last day in New York on 7th Ave.
loading up on little numbers.,
. m I v ft, x i.
rierre t-a mure, a v n e r w
"Moulin Reuse' has been trek,
ikng to Jackson Heights ta Wge
a pretty airline hestim, Tarry
warr .,. Marien pranda is feeing
teugh with the phots syndicates
that yearns far pictures ef; hie
wife and young si so far no
dice at all. , ..
POPE CRSETS PILQP.IMS
VATICAN CITY (UP!) FOPe
Pius XI welcomed and blessed
fllgrims in five languages In St.
e.er's Basilica- yesterday, lie
spoke to separate groups from
America, i Canada, B r i t a i n,
Uermany. firasu and .Spain.
Usi after every
. frtvtmt nmi rain,
tnaie ana gaiung,
clings close, ktept
baby fresh, com com-foriablc,
Medicttcd Mimnft akin Cmm helps heal -painful
lunkum. Ju fiiiila laitelin imootlia
red dftlergcm hftndl." (1(1T ','
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The fallowing guide the
Vast iooi buys far this weekend
was prepared In cepperitloii
wiih tne U.S. Departments ef :
Agriculturi ana Intarler,
;nd rying chickens take the
spotlight for budget shoppers this
leekend, with supplies plentiful
and prices moderale throughout
the country. .
Other good huyj in high-protein
oods will be eggs and dairy
products, eipaeially cheese, Some
cuts of pork wi 1 be o.fered as
"speelala1'. by retailers, with pie-,
nic hams most likely to be priced
attractively.- '. i
tattuoa leads tha list of best
values in vegetables, with tama.
toes and euoumbers abundant and
economical. Cheek cabbage, pot,
toea, squash, and sweet orn far
other favorable prices.
The' watermelon' seaion Is-' be beginning,
ginning, beginning, with heavier supplies ar.
riving at marketa ancf prleei
beginning to eome down. Increas Increasing
ing Increasing supplies of peaches r make
thorn a like'y good buy. while
lemons and Valencia oranges con.
tinui to be plentiful. ;
. Here's a" look at' food counters
in the Southeast: ..
"Summer vegetables in broad
variety offer many excellent val.
uea. Potatoes are plentiful and
reasonably priced. Okra and eau.
Wlower also are good buys, For
summer saiad.makera good duality
lettucs- ia a top value. Tomatoes,
cucumbers, and bell peppers are
abundant and attractively priced.
jrrying cnicKen is Matured Dy
many retailers 'at moderate toff.
ces. Attractive buys j also are
offered in baking hens and picnic
hams. Beef cricei continun rela
tively high, But are slowly dec'in.
Ing as baby beef supplies increase,
neiauers o ier goc-a values 18
cheeses and butter, ; Watermelons
are mevlns to market in havipr
volume, but prices still are a bit
nign, Among scaitereg gooo ouys
are canned corn and sweet-pota,
toes, specialty meats, and mayon.
Look ,.. for" crnker. : itrahmait.
seabass,, and' whiting at the fish
cuumei, tsi i
I Rusiinn rivf
i Trafne :n
I Reck and
, 13 JxUt
JJ Constructed -1
14 Opratje alo
i IS Cat's cry
1 1 Wactarn
3 British city
I Press dewn
I Russian city
II Scottish girl
14 Cup bearae
f ke- nj
l Sea bird
si Mexican dish
ZJ Provided fpot Glacial ridgaa 38 Group ef v
n Call names
53 Kxpungar a
ST Young lady
40 Fruit v
41 Indian weight
SI Pekar ataka :
IBritlih title ef
S Mineral reeks
40 Is ovarfoni
41 Soft drinks
42 GUnce over
- quality ;
10 North by last
nnn ivvv iy inn
t J r- r
i mTm r
l l 1 1 I l I J v li ',
si : "i
Dinniri That Wait' Make
HosUss Hppy-Gue$ts, Too
' mm I
y 6AYN0H MADPOX
NIA feed Editar ;
ftlftlftflft fH HAM
-" lid aotlca for Include la thii
aaluma ihavld aa umiid
la.Wflia farm and milM aa
' the has number listed 4'iiy la 'a 'a-cial
cial 'a-cial and etharwlsa,"ar aillvi'ld
a tuni ta tha office. Natlaai af
; mcctinfi einnaf. aa accentad k
falvahaaa ,v ,,,,,
Isthmian gnorts t '-'V
Car Club . .
una Isthmian s?orts Car. Cub
will Bold its. mams y meet lea to
nigh; at 7:30 p.m. ai the 15th Najal
District Community House. Bus.
nesa will include election of tin.
club secretary, and, announcement
w luturs events. Anyone interest,
ed in sports car activities ia lnvH lnvH-ed
ed lnvH-ed to attend.:. For .information, tall
sua vyeisnaar at avy zzsa,
Colon Red Cresi
Spansors Cii U,.rtf:-: !..'
The Colon Bed Cross will spo
or a benetu can mw "ft fhurs
day at ont o'clock at the Hote?
wasmngton. Ticket be si.do
and there will be door prlij.'
Reservations may be made by eai-
jjpg coion &3b or uoion ebs.
loroptimtst Intarnatlanal ''
Soroptlmist' International of
Colon wllT hold its regular lunch
on meeting at the Hotel Washington
Saturday, June 14, at 1:00 p.pi.
A short business meeting will be
held at 13:30 and members and
committee ehariman are a iked to
be promt as important business
will be oiacunea.
Atlantic Camera Club
The Atlantic Camera Club will
meet Monday evening at 7:45 cm.
at the Club Booms in Mt. Hope
subject will be color compe'
general, mr are requested
to bring five slides. r5 ;, - 1
Color slides beelnnme a Scrips nf
Jerry Sheer's European tours will
highlight the evening. Mr.. Sheers
has traveled ... extensivelly m
Europe anH hi lidei will he
... .a a r T
groupea ana inown in series.
VFW Post 3S35 Cocoll
Will Meet Tonight
The Vi w rost 3835 at CocoH
Will hold its regular meeting to.
rne vr w rest 3835 at Cocoii
will hold Us regular. meeting to.
mmi ai i.ou p.m. ai ine ro3i
1 1 A -t it.
iiqiuc. n. it pun oi vne rapams
Canal Pepartment of Veterans of
Foreign Wars" convention will be
made by the senior delegate R.
Byoo The newly elected VFW di di-partment
partment di-partment officers, Vice.Command
er Frank A. Rybickie, Dept. Surge
on Officer ,5. J. Kaplan, and Pept.
emplyment officer. R. Bryon will
view the veteran activity for the j
coming year. Applications top
new membership must be sub submitted
mitted submitted at this meeting. All mem-i
bers have "-" to sttend
is to the impoiant businef-i
Esta Circle Ci
Balboa Union Church
The F.sJa Pile nf the (Balboa U
ion will meet Monday af7:30 p.m.
t the feome of Mrs. Ernest B.
Tlalboa.' Mrs. Elise Saunders will
Flowers, 759A Barnaby Street in
Balboa. Mrs. Elise Saunders will
7ive Hip devotions and Mrs.. Louis
Fi.ke will present the program.
Company dinnera are tun only it
t'n hostess enjoys herself, too. Bet
ty wason, one or tne most gm-ea
off food expertl, has planned a se series
ries series of company dinner ..menus
which won't be ruined if the guests
arrive late even an hour late
or if husbands don't know how to
tell time. -, ""v.- -- v ;-
Miss- Wason's new book, "pin "pinners
ners "pinners That Walt," ia a boon to hos
tesses who like to serve Something
special and still have time to spend
wun inoir gliosis, f-acn main man
In her praeJiieal rmd del ghtful
guide la In the oven baking, or on
top ef the stove, needing only a
few last .minutes of extra cooking
wnen ine guests arrive. v
v Or they- can b prepared hours
beforehand then heated In a" sauce
at the last minute. Or a dish need
ing only 15 or 20 minutes cooking
time which fan be put on stove af after
ter after guests begin to show interest
in eating. None or her menus (with
recipes) will dry up or be spoiled
no matter new urny ner, guests
lemon,, salad of lettuce, sliced
eggs, olives, strawberries In wine,
coffee. av Cocktail appetisers, pot potted
ted potted veal, noodles, cole slaw, upsidt
down cake, coffee, 3. Cocktail ap ap-petoers,
petoers, ap-petoers, veal chops in sour, cream
mashed potatoes, Frenchea beans
lettuce and tomato salad, compote
of apricots and grapes, coffee.
r Here'i her work schedule for tht
veal chops in sour cream, AH in ingredients
gredients ingredients have been prepared a a-head
head a-head of time, of course. ,f
'After guests have arrived, ropk
the veal chops in spur cream, -Melt
I tablespoon butter In skillpt,- add
chops, and brown lightly on on
side, turn, Cover, Simmer in julca
drawn from meat for 2Q minutes.
Meantime, turn on heat under
beans, add boiling water to pota potatoes.
toes. potatoes. Put salad together, addin?
quartered tomatoes to lettuce, mix
Ing with dressing When' chops ar
tender, remove from skillrt, add
cup waterj scraping up : all he
bits In the bottom of the skillet.
boii for s or minutes, Thn add l
cream to tne essence.
The chanter Of veal dishes in I While tha laura aimmara: mash
''Dinners That Wait". suggests the potatoes. Than you bava-only"
these compsny dinners: .- (to drsin tha beans and add butter
1. Cocktail innetizei's.' vaat int.- tn them and vnnr dinnur will ha
leta in sherry, rice,, spinach with ready. ... ,:
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TSIDAT, JOE 11, l."3
THE PANAMA AMERICAS AS INDEPENDFNT DAILY XETYSPAFI2
tSoclaf and Otli
Hem Fr Vact;n
- Higby, son ot Sir. E. r. Jug.
by of Diablo Heights, arrived home
from Virginia Polytechnic. IniUUH
in Blacksburg, Va.
Arrive From Philadelphia
Mrs. Raymond Finto and infant
j.nnVitor Ann larvn. arnvcu u.
Saturday from Philade
Phil to spend vacation with her
lather and mother-in-law, Mr. and
Mn. Fabian V. Pinto of Colon,
Mn, Finto and her daughter win
go later to Germany to join her
husband,- Specialist 3rd Class Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Pinto, Who is JiuW itationed
there, j .
William Campbell Home ,-
For Summer Vacation
William Camnbell. son 01 Mr.
nrt Mrs. John R. Campbell of
Glinhoa, recently arrived-, home
from Auburn College n Alabama.
' Iter! Pinte Receive Degree -
- Mr. Cl A, "Pinto, ion of Mr.
and Mm. Fabian V. Pinto of Co-
Ion, received his S, 6. Degree from
the University of Pennsylvania, He
majored in Zoology nd Plan to
Continue at th Umveraity as
' candidate for a. Ph. D. degree. Hp
Is a rnrmber of Phi Alpha Frater Fraternity
nity Fraternity and the WXPN. fenn Mike
Club, which is an honorary frater frater-nity
nity frater-nity of the University Radio Sta Sta-lon.
lon. Sta-lon. Mr. Pinto will spend the sum
mer witn nis parents in ioion.
Concert Is Monday
- National Theater
Panama's National Orchestra has
announced a concert for Monday
at 8:15 p.m. at the National The a a-ter.
ter. a-ter. -' v j
Director Herbert de Castro will
be en the podium, and the? sou,
1st, for the evening will be, Dan
iel ericourt. .. 1 ".
The event Js sponsored ny the
Department 'ol Fine Arts 'Of th
- Beethoven's Seventh Symphony,
Opus 82, will open the program.
It will he followed by lymphomp
variations for piano and orchestra
by Cesar Franck, and the Concer.
to for Piano ana orcnesiri i
Owneatra na Do seivs ,wih
be $1.50, the dress circle, si, ano
the balcony, so cents. ... ,..,,
By CSWAIO JACOSY
tten far NEA trvice
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V A J 8 3
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KKST EAST :
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A( AAK107 5 4 2
North and South vulnerable
nth West North Et
I A Pass J f 8 i
3 4)'' Pass 4 A 8
Daubk Pass I A Pass
Pass "i : Pass"" ..? f y
Opening leed -A J
Ctremaniei . x, n
: Three Boy Scout units of, tha Ca.
ml Zone Council will partwipatp
monies appniorcd by the American
Leeion and the Benevolent ? and
Protective Order of Elks in Bal.
boa, tonight and tomorrow.
Say Scout Troop and Explorer
Post 3, sponsored pyK American
j Legion Post Number 1 at Ft.; A,
mador, will provide a color guard
for the 7:30 Flag Day ceremony
tonight at Goethals Memorial in
Balboa where, with proper re,
spect, unserviceable ; American
Flagi will ha burned.
Troop 4, sponsored by BPO$
?Lodge 1414, Balboa, will provide
color suard for the service
" conducted by the lodge at their
hall on Flat" DaV tomorrow
J Scout participation in patriotic
observances such- as Tlag 1 Day
are encouraEed by' the Canal
Zone Council as part of its citi
jenship training program, and Boy
Scouts in uniform are being ur.
ed to attend both ceremonies,
UNION CHURCH i
"The Universal .Father'"- will be
the lubject of the sermon at the
11 o clock service of worship at
thp Gatun Union Church, The an
them by the choir, Lois Myerg
Ktniff'e ''The Busv Years.1 'i
....-a v r. . j..u
oiurcn scnqoi, wivn vne a
Rihlp class, meets at 9:45 a.m.
The daw, taught by tha Rev. Ray
M. Biakely. will begin a atudyof
thei Old Testament prophet, Mi,
The Church Council will hold
its regular monthly meeting, Mon
day evening at 7:30, with;ihf
Dresident. Kichard L. Pennington,
in charge. Choir rehearsals ; will
be held Monday and Wednesday
evenlnga it :ao.
New Combo Ploy
At Kobbe Club
' The "Crossroads Combo" j Is
scheduled to play for a dance to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at the Fort Kobbe
CCO Club. .'
The eombo is comprised of Art
Fisher, Basie Belgrave, Pops Le,
nos, Vin Mclymont, and. Enrique
Dudley, drunker,, and(11raai!a.Scr,
EAST'S five-club bid waa a cal
cuiated risk. Ha knew he would be
set badly at that contract but hon
ed against hope that instead of
doubling him tne opponents would
go on to twe gpaaei ana mat may
be five inades could be beaten,
Ira Rubin of New York who
sat South doubled. Ira did not want
to try for five apades and waa sa-
usnea w in tne sure prom at live
eluba. it would have been 790
point by the way.
North wanted the rubber, and
bid the five spedes anyway and
Eist'a bid had worked out all.
A flub opening, diamond shut
and club return would have left
Ira no play for hi contract but
East ; chose to win. the king
elubs and continue with the ace
This gave Ira a chance to make
his five spade and he proceeded
to take advantage ol It, v v ;
Ira decided that Easts' bidding
and play indicated that the was
void of spade. Hence, there was
a sure spade loser and Ira had to
find soma way to get rid- of ills
queen.Qf diamond. The fourth
heart, onereo a puce, a neart
was led from dummy and the ten
finessed. A spade was led and
dummy'; eight finessed. The king
of SDades wasveashed and Ira re
turned, to hi hand with the king
He laid down the ace of spado
and led s heart ta dummy1 ace,
The queen dropped, ano ra wa
able to get rid of hi diamond on
tne im nearw ..
SAM RAYEURH'S. GIRL FRIDAY SAYS-
Good Secretaries Measure
With the Golden Rule
x t ty ALICIA HART
WASHINGTON (NEA) -A good
secretary should apply -the Golden
ie as efficiently as she types or
U'Ves shorthand. s i
I'hat'a the Girl Friday philoso
phy that has guide4 Miss Ella
Clary jn her S8-year-long stint as
private secretary to House Speak
er Sam Rayburn.
'I've always tried to treat peo
ple a I would like to be treated,"
v. 88 year a Texan ex
plains about the, successful tech
nique she uses in assisting one
nf the most powerful men in
Washington- "I think nubile reta
tions i one of the most 'mport ant
things a secretary hould know,"
And Miss Clary's knacK lor ef
fectively carrying out her front of
fice good will policy has impress.
ed everyone who has met ner since
sne sianea io wora ior nayourn
What amaie them the most Is
her fantastic ability to remember
tne names m everyone sne meet.
Hep job require her to talk to do-
aen or new people every nay
' fact friends reoort tht Jhe
seldom forgets a voice. 'either,
Mny a constituent or hiahranu
ing : government official ha been
atartled when phoning Rayburn'
, I v - n v .
" I i '-ntf
1 i,A c i 'Tin
FARM EMPLOYMENT UP
WASHINGTON (UPD-An A.
reeultur Department survey
made during the wetk of 'May IS-
24 showed that farm eup'oyment
was 14 per cent higher than a
month earlier, and 2 per cent
hifiher than a year ano, Increases.
And I from late AnH' to May were
she's also an expert cook, especial- larger than usual for both farm',
y when it comes to preparing noijfgmily workers and hired nanas. nanas.-Uexican
Uexican nanas.-Uexican chile dishes. t
filled with color lidea and movies i
taken on her vications,
SIty.iht.ar.old Kla Clary 1 a ipry Ctrl Friday t House
i gpeeker gam Rayburn, NUow Tl. They've been lei(her
. 88 yera, ; .... .,; :-;-'..
an Wiethe hired ber the next week. I for travel also has taken her-to
Miii Clary hi toured all the I Central and South America and
ouice to hear Mi Clry call, aim ate and i iwge, part of
hy name before he had time to, Canada and Mexico m per aum-
introduce himself, mobile. In IBS he went w Europe
it caller tion't already know it, and HHca it so mucn sne re
thev soon learn that thii livel v. turned last year to visit countries
nut?noken lady i actually one of she mlped the first time. Her love
Your Community Network To Air
Radio Version Of 'On Borrowed Time'
!'On borrowed Time," a comedy
.by Paul Qsbern, ha been chosen
as the fourth production- in the
Voiceof America' series, "Ame "American
rican "American Theatre of the Air."'
i The radio adaption of the pipy
"will be broadcast from S to 9:3U
"p.m.. en Sunday, June 2?, over
" Hftrf Vour Community Network,
1 They play fint produced in 1938
U fantasy in which "Gramps" m.
"nnsci to keen death up an appte
Uree until a solution he likes is
. worked out for the care ol big
oung trandsoh,' Pud. V9n Bor
;'nwed Time" appeared On Broad-
Vwav -within a week from '.''Our
Tnwn." the' first nlay broadcast
-by VOA In this series. Both play
J'wpre preoccupied with the theme
of death'. 1
The American Theatre of the Air
series ef the Voice of America
broadcast its first prdductinn op
vJune 14, 1957. Other productions
.were "The Glass -menagerie,." w
r'Tennessee Williams, and ''Abe. Liu
icoin in Illinois, Dy
series, designed to bring 'represen
tative plays at the living Ameri
can theater to wor d.wide.audien-
cies, ig produded with the cooper
atlon of the American National
Theater and Academy (ANTAi,
Howard Lindsay, star and aurhor
of many Broadway plays, plays the
rolo of J'Gramp&'LJIis .wile, Dore Dore-thy
thy Dore-thy Stickney, who created the role
pf 'Granny' originally; repeal hr
performance in this version, This
husband and wife team Is proh
ably best known M their roles up
"Life With Father,'! of which Lin-j.
say was co-author., The grasping
aunt who wants to become Pud s
guardian 1 played by Mary Fin
Hey. .:.. -v;. i-,.J.. ..'..''. J'.,.',.
The part of Death, known as Mr,
Brink, i played by Martin Gabel,
a producerdirector as well- as1 en
actor. Leland.Mayforth plays Pud;
and Nancy Devlin will be JIarcy.
a Shoerwood, both Of which were
;breadc8?t. Panama by ..WS Tne
Other roles are played ny
Ouinn.1 Phillip Bourneuf. Tirker
Fennelly,. Charles Mendick ; end
Henderson Forsythes The produc
tion is directed by ware uanie'
who' directed "eur town.
' Q The bidding has been:
Nerth ,. East South x West
! ; Pe lA, Ps
' You, gouth, hold:
AAQ87IS VAM fi KM
What do you bid? f
AvThree Sadi, are
urly (etna; to a elam but thore
la no hurry.
TooArs question r
' North continues with a bid of
four spades. What do you do
now? a s
the most important women In
Wsshineton. This is becauxe she
i Sn charge of Rayburn'g appoint
mtnt book. And she can be niett.y
particular when It comes to admit admitting
ting admitting trngers into the inner office.
Miss cury exmatna that sne
bases her selections a lot on
how people talk or present thepv
selves.. ; :"' ;
"if they ay' right -off the1 bat
who they are and whet they
want, then usually they're ail
rieht." the explains.- 1 "Bt If
they hem and haw and beqt
around the buh,- chance are
they're goin to aslt for some-
thine out of line." i ; s i ;,.
; Aitnougn many ; pouueai nope
have depended i unon whether
Mis Clary said ye or no, the ve veteran
teran veteran secretary laughingly denies
that'she has any power, "I'm just
one-of the hired help,"uihe av.
i always hoped I'didn t have tie-
msion of grandeur. I don't feel
How Win Clary became Ray Ray-bum's
bum's Ray-bum's Girl Friday is a story that
loundi Uke an ambltiou cgreej
woman i wudeat daydream, r .
T red of her first Washington lob
in the old War Department, Miss
Clary decided she would pay her
respect to her-congressman be before
fore before returning to Texa to teach
school. The congressman was Kay-
He .wa o Impressed with the
energetic, nthuiatie fellow Tex-
tha West Indies.
One of the main; reason she Is
io fond of taking long trip Is
that it give her a chance to enjoy
photography, ner tavome noon:
Her. Fall Church, Va.. home
CHINA HONORS ARMY CHIEF
TAIPEI (UPI) Nationalist
China honored Lt. Gen. Fi d-
erick H, Smith, retirmg com
mander of V. S. forces in jt
nan and neaa oi ine Din Air
Force, in recognition of hi con
tribution to co.oneration betwen
the Chinese and the American air
forces.' Smith, here on a farewell
visit, will leave for Okinawa to
morrow en rout to Washington
tor reasngnment. - '-
CARUSO WINS CONTRST
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)Radio
Station KGO announced the win
ner of it rock 'n roll popularity
contest-Enrico Carusov Tbe late
Italian tenor was all shook up
here most recently in the earth,
quaker of 1906. But he polled 20,.
600 votes to 4.000 each for Johnny
Mathis and Pat Boone. His classi,
cal records will be played for
four hour o the station' rock
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and Milwauker Braves nave
how if o flam flrouna on anBogmiii,.,;
It loandi Impossible but $hat
exactly whit thewo league lead leaden
en leaden have been doing for the last
week or 10 days. And it makes you
wonder what's going to happen to
the races when the defending
champi start rolling again. .'
Tha Yankees? lor example, have
played only .500 ball since June 7,
three wins in six games, yet have
fiuwiKMl their American League
lead from 84 to nine games. And,
since June 1, the Braves have been
belo .500, four wins in nine
games. And, since June 1 the
Braves have been below .500, four
wins In nine games, yet they've
gone from a game behind (he San
Francisco Giants to a gam ana
a halt in front of them.
.,, . ..(. ,...
The business-like Yankees had a
trying 10-hour day "at the office"
yesterday but wound up protect protecting
ing protecting their huge lead by winning the
11-inning night game. 3-2, after suf suffering
fering suffering a 4-1 defeat at the hands of
the Kansas City Athletics in the,
day game. Relief ace Ryne Duren
finally established law and order
with the upstart Athletics by strik strik-ing
ing strik-ing out four of the five batten he
faced -while picking up bis third
victory against one loss ,,
Th4 Braves, meanwhile,, treaK
ad the Chieag Cuba to an ear early
ly early 4-1 lead; with four errors but
ralliad for a 5-4 triumph and pick
ed up e full game when the Pitts
burgh Piratea handed the Giant!
their fifth straight less and 12th
'In If games, ,2-1, en Curt Ray Ray-dw'a
dw'a Ray-dw'a twe-hitter, V J
. Th Boston Red Sox moved into
second place with a 4-2 '-cision
over the Detroit Tigers, the Wash,
ington Senators nipped, the Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox, '6-5, on Nell Chris,
ley's eighth-inning triple and the
1 Baltimore Orioles beat the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 7-5, in other A. L.
In the other :-N. L. activity,
Brooks Lawrence's ix-hitter gave
me Cincinnati Keaiegs a a-u victo victory
ry victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and
Harry-Anderson led the Phfladel-
phia Phillies to 'a4-3 win over the.
Los Angele Dodgers. .The Jted-
: legs have a 13-8 record since May
21 when they, stood 11-17. ;
The Athletics snapped an 18 18-game
game 18-game losing streak at Yank. Stad
ium when Ray Herbert pitched a
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INVASION OF THE
oiscuvcreu u ncut uiwr
six-hitter. Billy Hunter, trded af after
ter after Ihe game to Cleveland,, W i
two-run triple and Bob Cerv hit
his 16th homer to lead the attack
on Tom SturdivanU The Yankees
came back-at night to beat 42-year
old Murry Dickson when Andy
Carey -led 'Off thel2th .witn ; a
Single stole, second, went to third
on an wxor;nd scored on Elston
Howard!' single. ?,;;, : j,
Ed Mathews' 13th homer pro
duced a 4-4 tie for the Braves in
the seventh -and Del Crandall
singled home Johnny Logan In
the eighth with the decisive tal tally.
ly. tally. Humberto Robinson wen his
first game for the Braves while
Moe Drabbwsky, who pitched
ene-hitter in hlr previous start,
lost hi sixth decision. i
Paul Giel walked home the de
cisive run for the Pirates inl ine,
sirth inninr after the bases ber-
camevloaded oh a walk, lit
batsman and an error.; Raydon,
who yielded singles to Daryl Spen Spencer
cer Spencer and Orlando Cepeda, fanned
five and walked six in posting his
first major league victory,
Jackie Jensen hit his 15th hom homer
er homer and Sammy White had four
straight .hits as the Red Sox scor scored
ed scored their eighth victory in 11 games.
Dave Sisler won his sixth game al although
though although Ike Delock shut out the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers for the last three and 2-3 in innings.
nings. innings. The loss was the first for
new Detroit pilot Bill Norman.
j ':' 'r,vv"'- i.i-it- ';,'
Chrisley'i triple enabled submar submarine
ine submarine relief star Dick Hyde to-win
his fourth game for the Senators
and dealt Early Wynn his fifth de defeat
feat defeat Roy Sievers hit his 12th hom homer
er homer for Washington-and Al Smith
hit two for the White Soxinclud Soxincluding
ing Soxincluding a two.run eigth-. Inning blow
that produced a 5-5 tie.
r Jim Marshall Mr two ., run
stcond-inning bemev- ind drove
in the tiebroaking f run In he
fifth os Connie Johnson gained
his third win for Baltimore. Chi
ce Carrasauel. who went to Kan
sas City in the deal for Hunter
paced Cleveland's attack with
three singlei. Don. Moss) suffer suffered
ed suffered his.. sixth Ion.
Ed Bailev's two-run homer and
Frank Robinson's solo shot paced
a 10-hit Cincinnati attack on Vme
gar Bend Mizell, Lindy McDaniel
and Phil Paine. Lawrence strucx
out five and .walked none in win
ning tys fourth game.
Anderson drove In three run's
with a double and single and Wil
lie Jones homered for the Phillies
who have won three of their last
four' games. Relief pitcher Dick
Farrell won his tmrd game lor
Philadelphia while rookie Stan Wil
liams, who pitched a two-hit shut shutout
out shutout against the Cubs in his debut
on June 1, was the loser. :
with Alan Ladd
Polloias y Ladrones
EL SIETE LEGUAS'
And 2 SHORTS!
WALK THE PROUD
with Audie Murphy
A's for Hunter
- BALTIMORE, t Md., June. 13
(UPD Billy Hunter obtain.
ed last night from Kansas City in
a trade for Chico Carrasquel, was
hailed today by manager Bobby
Bragan of the Cleveland Indians
as 'a better shortstop than Car Carrasquel".
rasquel". Carrasquel". ',
Hunter was scheduled to move
right into the starting' shortstop's
berth with the Indians, but in New
York an A's. official said Carras Carrasquel
quel Carrasquel would be used mainly in a
utility role. - -v,
"I managed both of 'em sev several
eral several year ago at Fort Worth
and Hunter is the better short shortstop,"
stop," shortstop," said Bragan. "I never sew
anyone who can fire up a' team
like he can. He can field a
ground ball and make the dou double
ble double play, which it something we
haven't been getting.' W
Both Dlavers out in star 'per
formances yesterday in their last
games with their old teams. Hunt,
ei soarked the A's to a 4-1 after
noon win over the: Yankees by wal-
oping a double and triple, driving
in two runs, and taking part in
three double plays. Carrasquel
had three singles and drove in
two runs in the Indians' 7-5 night
game loss to Baltimore.
Clash Al Davis Gym
The unbeaten USARCarib
School of Fort Gulick tonight
tackles the. strong Guaracheros
de Colon basketball quintet at
the Fort Davie Gym. The game
is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
f The 7tth Army Band from Ft.
Clayton will enliven the activi activities.
ties. activities. ,r(.-v.M'V :V-v:V"
The gates. will be opened from
A p.m. to accomodate she large
crowd' expected. r
There wilt be no admisslort
(Based en 125 official at bats)
'.: NATIONAL LEAGUB '"
G AB R H Pet,
Musial, St. Louis 47 174 26 69 .397
Mays. S. F,
55 224 50 88 .393
51 198 35 68 .343
Green, St. Louis
Cepeda. S. F.
43 132 19 45 .341
55 221 43 74 .335
,56 223 50 73 .327
53 210 39 68 .324
Spencer. S. 1.
SS 222 3S 71
51 195 41 62 .318
Kuenn, Detroit 44 167 25 57 .341
McDougald, N.Y. 41 151 25 50 .331
r ox, unicago
52 208 28 68 .327
44 132 18 43 .326
35 137 16 44 .321
54 192 23 61 .318
. 48 187 33 58 .310
46,154 18 47 .305
45 180 21 54 .300
39 127 15 38 .299
Nixon, Clev. :
HOME RUNS -i
Thomas, Pirates : 19
-Banks,. Cuba .' .18
Walls, Cubs I r 15
Mays,"1 Giants '.14
1 Cepeda, Giants .14
Perv, Athletic i 18
Jensen, Red Sox .- 15
Triandos, Orioles ,' 13
I Sievers, Senators. 12
' Mantle, Yankees f. 11
. 'Gernert, Red Sox t 11 1
' ; RUNS BATTED IN
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates 58
Banks, Cubs 52
Mays, Giants-. . 42 :
Cepeda, Giants ; 41
Spencer, Giants , 37
Cerv, Athletics M6
Jensen, Red Sox 45
Gernert, Red Sox ',' 36
Sievers, Senators J 35
Skowron, Yankees : 30
(Based on 5 decisions) ,v
- W.L Pet
rurkevrRedlegs 8 1 .88!
McMahon, Braves v 5 1 .833
Spahn, Braves t 2 .800
McCormick, Giants 4 1 .800
Friend, Pirates , 9 i 4 .692
Carver, Athletics Athletics-Ford,.
Ford,. Athletics-Ford,. Yankees
5 0 1.000
25c. Bank Night I
Gold Prize S500.00
TIIE CYCLOPS 1
with S. Mangano
Title Against Mi
Hebert Brothers Making
Boyhood Dreams Come True
As Ton Golf Professionals
By OSCAR FRALEY.
TULsa: Okla: fUPIl When Jay
Hebert was a 14-year-old back on
the farm in Louisiana ne, cnerisn-
ed a battered old driver he had
bought for a hard earned dollar
and dreamed of nothing but be
coming a nrofessional colfei'.
' One afternoon he looked up from
milking the cow and there stood
his little brother, Lionel, swinging
that precious club at pebbles in
the barnyard. ; -;
"."Liney," Jay yelled in conster consternation,
nation, consternation, "put down that club nd
fetcn me anotner nucKei."
, Chubby, nine year old Lionel
didn't even stop swinging.
. "T'hell with you," he grunted
as he crashed the clubhead into
a rcok, "Can't you see I'm prac
"If you don't put down that
club, r I'll whale you s one,,? Jay
stormed as he came off the milk milking
ing milking stool and took out after his
Makes Good His Threat
Lionel scrambled over to the
Underdog Fight Role
Jesus Santamarla, the feather featherweight
weight featherweight with the saintly name who
fights like the devil, todav shrug shrugged
ged shrugged off talk going around boxing
circles that he would be en the
l.ttn nrf af Sunday' bis ; IS-
round title bout agains 124-pound
champion Isidre Marlines ino ino-lon.
lon. ino-lon. ; --;'v';;
Santamarla, who Is unbeaten
In 14 starts as a pre, conceded
that he'll be up against a real
tough customer in Isidro, but
he said that he is confident that
he'll be the new local feather featherweight
weight featherweight king at the end ef the
"The fact that Martinex Is pick
ed to win does net bother me in
the least," he added.
The challenger has been work working
ing working out with stablemates light
weiqht tittle bolder Federico
; Plummer and featherweight
prospect Tito Marshall.
Sunday's semifinal, wilt be a
scheduled six-rounder between
Arture (Puntillita) Smith and
Jorge Quintero, two hard-hitting
Two four-round preliminaries
complete the program drawn up
by promoter Charles Semper
Player Of The Day
Frank Thomas of Pittsburgh
has .struck gold In California.
The way he's hitting, the Pirates
are sure to give him a pay boost
next season if not sooner and
a good chunk of that raise will be
due o his spectacular home run
slugging 'in San Francisco and Los
Thomas ; leads the National
League in homers with 19, and
in runs batted in, witn a. ;
He has hit 11 of his homers
in California, six in San Francisco
and five in Los Angeies.
The Pittsburgh third baseman,
who originally intended to become
a priest, celebrated ms zin Dirui Dirui-dav
dav Dirui-dav Wednesday by smashing, two
homers and driving in seven runs
while leading the Pirates to a 14-6
victory over the Giants at Seals
"I always consider it. a success
ful' season if I drive in 100 runs
and hit 30 homers," he says.
He should reach' both those
goals with a minimum of trouble.
A STORY OF LOVE AND VIOLENCE...1,
Great Weekend Release Tomorrow', Sunday and
' Monday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
trooper HOOK" which opens tomorrow at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre through United Artiste releases, Is n ;
adult story of love and hate set against the violent conflict
of Indians and whites In the Old West. Through the pre prejudice
judice prejudice shown aalnst a half-bred Innocent child, we see un unfolded
folded unfolded a great human drama, tender, yet adventurous, ma-
iure, yet filled with the action and gun-fighting so irue L L-life
life L-life on the Plains in the late 80's.
The picture starts Joel McCREA and Barbara STAN- ;
WYCK, who once again prove a finely matched dramatic
corner of the barn and poised the
club menacingly. :
"Tkae one more step,";? he
threatend, "and I'll but this old
club against the barn.' ;
Jay took one more step and
Lionel busted the club against the
barn.;:.'.i::.v'rcV"V'v-'i'' '- '-f'"
Now,. 2I years later, they're
both golf professionals, fulfilling
the dreams founded in their Ca Ca-jun
jun Ca-jun boyhood. Jay is one of the
favorites to win the U.' S. Open
golf championship mhich started
at Southern Hills, country club to
And Lionel, tne ruA cnampion,
at 30, 'still is, as stubborn as, he
mas back, there on. tne tarra.
Lionel 5 hasn't changed much.
He's bigger but he's still chubby
and he hasn't lost wai munsu-
"Good thing, too," he says wiv
friendly smile. vI've ot a
chance in, this tournament be be-cause
cause be-cause I was stubborn."
The way it works out is this.
When he turned pro back in 1950,
friends tried to influence him to
go on the tour, Lionel felt that
he needed to serve a five-year
apprenticeship in the pro shop to
learn the game from the bottom.
So he did.
Then others told him ne coma
win a lot oi tournament who ?
old style But Lionel felt he had
to change his game. o ne mo.
u "That s the reason my earnings
were so low for a long time,"
he explains. "But I knew I nad
to alter my game ? to nave
chance in the big tiurnaments,
the important ones, so I stuck to
' So Lionel gnmiy semea ior jess
money while he was remaking his
o.m nri then last summer at
Dayton surprised the gold ; world
by winning we run. j tjiiuiuir
ship the first of .those "big ones'?
he' was'.aiming' at.;.'j f, "j:
Up By Commission
crn atjtom Ta f UPIV 'Heavy-
weight Norm Jackson, ; whose 200
purse was held u by the box boxing
ing boxing commission after he was knock
ed out by aun noage, tm ietcic
his- moneys W9.--y. m-4
RoyiYiit Commismoner JiW
Crowley, membpr of Notre Fame s
famed football "Four Horsemen,"
ruled Wednesday i that ; Jackson
w nnnhl to nut UT a good show
ling because he was suffering from
ltii Mftoftm nf a hard rieht to the
Ivj t UnAo in the first
UUU VJ wv.ex.
30 second of action.
TTnH0 t.h 195B OlvmnlC light
ifht wrestling champion
frnm Wirhihi Tf an.' who turned to
hoxine and bevame the .National
Golden Gloves champion, mad?
his professional boxing debut in
against jaCKSon nere
Worinosda v nieht. He knocked out
the Youngstown, Ohio, fighter- at
1:12 of the first ouna oi ineir
Crowley had. at first held up
Jackson's purse Decause m was,Havan v i 000 01C 23 10
aissausnea wiui jutusuu vcl
BABY C"SSING DISAPPROVED
LONDON (UPI) Mrs. Dorothy
Smith struck a blow at baby,
kissing politicians and other over,
ly.exuberant admirers of the dia diaper
per diaper set yesterday. She put a
sign on the carriage of her 10-month-old
vdaughter, Patricia Ann,
saying, 1 "admirers are- asked not
to touch this baby. THank you,"
; WASHINGTON, (UPD-Middle.
Weight contender r Joey Giardello,
having stretched his unbeaten
string to 17 bouts, blasted cham
pion Ray Robinson vtoday and dar dared
ed dared him to fight. v ;
"Robinson's afraid to defend
against middleweights," declared
the Brook yn boxer-puncher who
Wednesday night licked Franz Szu.
rina of Germany for the third
straight time. "'" '' ; :''i'-
With his yen for title glory ap ap-parently
parently ap-parently whetted by Wednesday
night's splendiferous ring-setting
at the Shoreham Hotel, Giardello
charged that Sugar Ray "wants to
keep defending against that welter,
weight Carmen Basilio because
he's afraid of us middleweights."
Joey, second-ranking contender
for the 160-pound title, won a ma.
jority decision over stocky, ag.
ressive Szuzina in their TV 10.
rounder. He had scored previous
verdicts over Franz on July-. 26
1958,, and last, Feb. 12. n. ?
The ring for the see saw bout
was Ditched among tab'es occupied
by about 800 diners, at $25 a. plate,
on the' Shorehara's swanky out outdoor
door outdoor terrace.. The spectators in
cluded ambassadors, senators, jud
ges etc. in white or powder-blue
dinner Jackets, and gals in eve evening
ning evening gpwns. :
There were no knockiowns nui
harder-hitting Joey shook up Franz
several times. Joey sufferei
cut under his left eye, in the first
round but it bled little.
NEW YORK, June 13 (UPI)
Montreal increased its Internation
al League lead to a full game
last night when Tom Lasorda.and
Wen Birrer double-teamed Havana
in a twin-bili, 10-3 and 7-1.
. Toronto, in second place, won
singe encounter from Miami, 10,
behind Don Johnson's eight hit
. Montreal scored six runs in tne
second inning- oi the abbreviated
seven-stanza opener to give Lasor-
da his sixth victory against three
setbacks.? Birrer picked ; up his
sixth win in eight decisions when
the Royals scored-three runs in
the first two frames to ice the
jonnson evened ms recora at
five-all when Toronto tallied a run
in the fifth inning to break up a
scoreless pitching duel, with Don
' In other games, former big
leaguer Sam Mele hit a two-hit a
two-run homer to give Buffalo a
3-1 margin over Richmond, and
Columbus edged Rochester, 4-3, as
the Jets broke a 3.3 deadlock with
a run in the seventh inning.
The standings and linescores:
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game 7 innings)
Montreal , 060 202 x-10 9 1
Pens, Arias (5) and Izquierdo;
Lasorda and Teed.
LP Pena. HR Escalera.
Montreal 7, Havana 1
Columbus 000 300 100-4 7 0
Rochester 5; -200 010 000-5 8 1
Douglas and Rand Lovenguth
and' Oliver. HRS-Lassetter, Rand.
Richmond- 000 010 000-1 7 0
But'falo 000 210 OOx-3 6 2
Dick and Oldis; Daley and No Noble.;
ble.; Noble.; HR Mele.
Clarence De Mar
Loses With Death
READING, Mass (UPI) Clar Clarence
ence Clarence De Mar who beat a weak
heart to become one of America's
great marathon runners, lost his
race with death yesterday.
De Mar, seven-time winner of
the- Boston marathon, died at his
home here at the age of 70. Can Cancer
cer Cancer killed him.
Funeral Services : will be held
In 1910 his doctor examined De
Mar and said, "If I were you, I
wouldn't run more than a year or
two. You ve got a heart murmur
and running won't help at biV
A few months later De Mar fin
ished the 26-mile, 385-yard mara marathon
thon marathon course in second place. Ore
year later he won his first mara
thon. The same year his doctor
died of a heart attack.. ;v
Throughout his- race career,
which spanned 44 years and 1,000
road races, ue Mar scorned track
coaches and tradition.
A newspaper printer and copy copy-reader,
reader, copy-reader, De, Mar made it a prac
tice lor years.to run the seven
miles from home to work After
his final 1930 "marathon Victory.
he said,'Tll keep on running as
long as my legs will carryx me,"
He was 42 then and kept running
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Milwaukee at St. Louis N) ;
Philadelphia at San Fco. (N)
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N
Cincinnati at Chicago 1
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS v
" NATIONAL LEAGUE
. 100 002 1105 9 !4
, 200 200 0004 10 1
Burdette" Trowbridge, Robinsnn
Drabowsky (4-6);.p'hiHips, Drott
000 101 000--2
000 100 000 1
Ravdon (1-2) andToiles. "'
Giel (0.1), Worthington, Oris
som and Schmidt.
000 021 001 4 10
111 000 000-3 S
32) and Lon
William (1-1) Labine and
boro f -i" ,
(Night Game) j.a.. .
Cincinnati 000 002 0215 10
St. Louis 000 000 0004 6
Lawrence (4-3) and Bailey"
' Mizell (3-6), McDaniel, Pane
( By H. F. MIGNOTT
'.Jr-' & ),' v i" '.' ;'
focelsior C.C., representing the
Atlantic side, notched the first win
in the three game Isthmian
Championship, series at the ex ex-ptnse
ptnse ex-ptnse of Clovelly C.C., Pacitu
side" champion?, last Sunday; t
Mount Hope. The- second game is
scheduled for the Paraiso Oval on
Sunday, June 22. ,'
1 Malcolm Perch, Excelsior's
Skipper, called the coin correctly,
and promtly sent the visitors in
to bat on s wicket made sodden
by a heavy .pre-game downpour
This strategy proved inmediately
successful when the lirst four hats
men succumbed With only 11 runs
recorded on tne scoreDoara.
Mike was snappily caught by
Harwood off bowler : aamii. w.
Brathwaite and J, Allen Went out
by way of catches off Perch'
tricky deliveries, and C. Rollox
(7) was run out. R, Flemmings
then partnered Lamoite and tne
score went to 29 before Flem
mineliat 13: lost patience anil
swung lustily, 'and futiley at one
of K. Griffiths soeedierj deirver
ies, he was bowled "i 1 -mi
. iii,,...,.is,.,nj,:iv',;. J.vy'rv,
Lamotte.'who batted beautifully
for 16 runs lost his wicket on a
brilliant catch by A. Campbell L.
Peters. scored 4, C.1 tashley Ii
T. Jemmott t 6, G. Moore and ttte
Captain S.tThomas added 8 runs
not out, as the Clovellv C;C. went
all out for a total 01 6Z tuns. Ex
celsior's bowlers were: M. Perch-
2 for 6, G. Small 2 for 25, K. Grif
fiths 4 for 10, A Campbell lfor
15, nd GJ Smith:,. 0 for 6.
At the resumption of play, the
Excelsior batsmen did not fare
much better at the wickets. They
appeared particularly t vulnerable
to the left-handed spinners sent
down by bowler J. Allen. The
urirlret.s fpll 1 for 18. 2 for 18.
for 20, 4 for 20, 5 for 2 and 5 for
v At" this, stage In the game. K.
Griffiths was joined at the wickets
hv G. Smith. Together trrey un
leashed a blistering attack which
oracticallv demoralized the on..
posing bowlers, and in a short
time, won tne game ior me jcxcei
ior club. The final score was- 89
for six. K, Griffith 44, and G.
Smith 16, both undefeated..
(Bowling. fo- the Clovelly club,
J. Allen took 5 wickets for 18 runs
G. Moore 1 for, 33, S. Thomas 0
for 20, and Brathwaite .; 0 for
3 DRIVE-IN i
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Doris DAY in
"YOUNG AT HEART':
SAT. UN. ftuiN.-
WEEKENDRELEASE I: J
BARBARA STANWYCK -Joel
McCREA in f
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j n ii L.1 n u n t
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AMERICAN i ks,GME
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' TODAY'S GAMES
" AMERICAN LEAGUE '
Detroit at New York (N)
Kansas City t Boston (N) x
5 Cltveland at Washington (Ni ',:
I Chicago at Baltimore (N)
, AMERICAN LEAGUE ;
(Day, First Game) v 1
Kansas -City 020 01P Olfc-4 12' If
New York 000 000 010-1 8 0
Herbert (2-1) and Smith.-'
Sturdivant (l-4),3 pitmar, Mag.-r
lie ,and IBerra.
Night, Second Game)
K. City 000 200 it'O 000-2 10 t
New York,' 010 010 000 001-j 12 4
, Dickson (4-2) and Chiti. -
Ford, Duren (3-1) 'and Howard.'
Detroit,' j 000 002 000-3 7 0
Boston : ty. ? 200 100 01x-4 11 0
Foytaek '(56), Aguirre, Morgan.
Valentihetti and Hegan, Wilson. Wilson.-,
, Wilson.-, Sisler (6-2) Delock nd White.
Chicago 020 001 020-5 10 0.
Washington 000 410 ulx-6 llt I
, Donovan, Wynn -(5-5) and Bat-
tey. ,k ii,,
t Ramos, v Hyde t (4-1) shdCouifc
ney. t 4 i t -'.,
(Night Game) ;
Cleveland s 001 310 000-5 12 0'
Baltimore .V 022 030 OOSr 7 13 9- 4
- urant, wosst (46), Lemon, Cons r
table and Nixon. t t
Portocarrero Jolmsqij (3-1), O'--Dell
and Triandos, r .,
18. At the conclusion of the matclr
Atlantic League President H. -V.
Parker, presented, the winnina
trophies to the first place Excels.
ior and runner-up Wanderers C.
C. Other awards were presented to
me following outstanding nlavers
of the recently completed cricket
competition:! E; Roberts, H. Grif
fith, R.. Escalona, CampbeJL J.
and M,, Grannunm,,
Hindottanl Eleven to
play Wanderers C.C.
' 1 1 i
i This Sunday, the Panama Hind.ii
ustani C.C, captained by D. Patel I
will make its Atlantic side debyti
against the Wandererr C.C. at the
Mount Hope Oval. Representatiogi
Oan.wi. P4.I.Jt.. -.1. .1
club is sais to; have made a fav favorable
orable favorable .impression in its initial out ? j,
ing last month againsVa-Pacifie v.
side Eleven,,, ..t '.,.Wl a,..:,.,
rThe Wanderers club will be re4
presented, in -this inatch by. thes
following players: ,S. DenniSi Canttu.
ain, R Escalona, S., Campell-, G.
I'iper, w.. Mctanane, G. Atherly, 1
E. Brown, E. Begrave,., E-1 aR
berts, A. Hines, J Bowen and jC.
Verley. The game Is scheduled toy,
commence at 12:30 p.m.f sharp., aur
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres Tonight
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i Fred MacMurray y.
: Joan Waldon in"' .v
"DAY OF THE ,BADMAN"V
in rirorn o Qnrvo At .VlrT'l'
DIABLO HTS. J'M
Jock Mahoney, Julie Adams
, Tim Hovey
"SLIM CARTER" (Colors ;
Owl Show 10:20 p.m. n
"5000 Fingers of Dr. "V
GAMBOA r-f v 7 m
Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott
LOVING YOU"' in UOlorl
GATUN "'. 7:00'
, Charles Lausftton
"WITNESS FOR THE
u PROSECUTION" 1
MARGARITA 6:15 k 8:05
, Mona Freeman Freeman-"Dragoon
"Dragoon Freeman-"Dragoon Wells Massacre"
in Cinemascope & Color I
,Owl Show 10:30 p.m. v
"EIGHT IRON MEN"
"GUN DUEL IN DURANGO"
PARAISO 6:15 & 8:80
Anne Baxter, Jeff Chandler
"THE SPOILERS" (Color)
Owl Show 10:30 n.m.
"It Should. Happen To You"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:00
"THE DEADLY MANTIS"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 8:00
:! Audie Murphy
"Guns of Fort Petticoat"
In "Cinemascope & Colorj
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
I until ne was past 60.
fo .c i r G
i : 1 i
:s fan.vh a.:l7.ican an in undent duly newspaper
Embassy, As You Like Her
lost Dangerous Contenders
Six of the President Remon racetrack's best first
a coonnd sprip imnorted thoroughbreds will
itch strides xomorrow afternoon, in the featured
1,000 nile race. ; .
Melendez, an impressive winner his last time,
L will probably go off the rautuels favorite. J
iif,.H Ceniipr renlaces Fer-!lio
ido Alvarez aboard the stretchlon
mine Melendez while Alvarez
switched to Embassy. The
er won in the second series
i made even better time want nv lie compeiem uuiuwiuw u
ilendez did while whipping a(chez. ...... .v. ;
hch of first series competitors.! .. n
.lelendez turned the seven fur, Ten 'other interesting s, n n-,
, n-, last week in 1.26 while Em- eluding a pair of doubles that
isy sped the same distance in could produce juicy payotfs. com com-w
w com-w ........ lT.it, th. attractive myogram.
ast 4:25 1-5,
. Vnn l.ite'ller. which was a
ng closing second to Embassy
I. ..i. hi rm aVGU.'lS
ithf rianfprinu contender tins
Sie. Heliodoro Gustine?, who is
!ng all-out this week to overr
ill idle but leading jockey Brau Brau-j
j Brau-j Baeza hi the jockey contest.
the-leg up on As You Like
r. Baeza leads Gustines by ten
riers- with six meets remain-
ounding out the six-horse field,
f Hostigador and the Aguador Aguador-VvAr
VvAr Aguador-VvAr nirv. The latter pa r
,ti disappointed last week but
J always dangerous and must
be overlooked. Guillermo Ri Ri-'
' Ri-' a will guide Aguador while Ju-
By Connido Saigeant
WO .newcomeri - -----
w" "?"'J"L.7 th week-i
naKe tneir uuu v
. The four-year-o u wuw-
nan eiiiu use -1 -A
, filly Ben My Chree. Both are,
eduled to go in Sunday's fifth
e for, imported nonwinners.
a tA trHirviai iivj i
lAmanii a bay son of Iturbide-
l ortada. He is owned bv we
i Chumungu and trained by Er-
to E. Fenton.
en My Chree, a
L: ( MAnhnrnnih-Lady Amy,
fnwned bv the Stud 4:30 and!
. . i t
ined by Juan A- JeneiL"5ri,
loman's sire nas proouceu
1-known forrtvef local performr
in Minn the mile Tec-
holder at the now drfunct Juan
noo track, and MeneU theclas-
Metobar Gun Club blunderbuss
ists took 'em as they ; came,
,hout excessive complaint at
J Wednesday afternoon Skeot Skeot-i
i Skeot-i of thii week, erratic target
r:hls, either high or low not,
.king. for too many misses, but
j high percentage of dipsy-doodl-j;
plus a blinding glare over tne
'etops -holding all scores to a
nimunt' exposition of abilities.
Ivon such steady marksmen as
Ji Schexnayder, R. Casano
. Joe Kueter and "Nobby"; -Kel-found
it difficult to register
ve the "20' mark. Best single
inds are tabulated:
Hhenr shot, but will scalp this re re-teij
teij re-teij if he reveals their scores.
:iub officials announced. two up
ning attractions after the bark
' guns fell silent: first, a Fa'h
s Day Turkey Shoot to be held
Sunday, June 15, to commence
11:1)0 a.m. Wishful and or hun
V competitors are advised that
nty; guns will; be on hand for
of those who want to get a
keV e ham without -breaking
lr own armament out of the
y.away" grease. This is a pure
k' ideal, and the veriest novice
as likely to take home the groc
es sis the most experienced
)n Sundav. Julv .. the Natioual
ewery's Trophy go on the blocki
wlpnmg by keenest commna
it of sight and reflexes to re-
ter prior to 10:30 a. m. This
xrt lwill be a registered shoo',
h 50 birds thrown from 16
After a short illness, Mrs. Dorc-
a F. Martin, daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. G. H, Martin of 12i!t
jeet,!Parque Lefevre, died at
ito Tom as Hospital Wednesday
11 p.m. Her age was about 26.
'ihe is survived bv tree daugh-
s, Celina Marcela Meveny, 5,
lia Emel'a- Meverly,. 4, Carme Carme-I
I Carme-I Mkria Meverly.- 2, and two
is, Emilio Rienardo Meverly 2,
i Cecil o Armando Meverly, 7
Xher survivors include three sis-
, s, Viola MaVlm, Eunice F. Mar
II and Judith Martin, and
rthers Kennelh A. Martin,
y A. Xrartin, George R.
," Theonlulus E.
Mar. God-Mar. an'.
''inal-phr.ji for her funeral havs
been mkv -bill it -. cxpesui:
! be tomorrow or Boturuav
Rodriguez handles the reins
. t .-,
at this distance, will be ridden
plete the attractive program.
2 Pocas Pilchas
3 Clrit '
4 Don Pastor
4 Sputnik -7
10 As You Like Htr
v stud Electrico colt which hadl
rfpe,PnVpH rPrntlV when he
v -u t
horcorlr in a nlnnp at Torn-
Bon My Chrto Is right up there
in the podigrto bracket toe. Her
tiro has produced, among oth oth-rs
rs oth-rs the upset Belmont' Stakes
winner, C van. She it the first
got of Mottborough to arrive in
Flora, which was recent-
iv returned to the
ownership ot the
track by the Haras San Miguel,
will race under the colors of the
:ii l l
Haras Nacionales in the future. Al
berto Pereira is in charge of the
two year ,Id Argentine filly s
Tony is now the property of the
Stud El Montuno. and Horaciq Jli Jli-dalgo
dalgo Jli-dalgo Ney does the training.
Panamanian jockey Sandino Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez has started to boot home
winners at Washington Park in
Homewood, Illinois, -Hernandez
pushed home two winners on May
31 Mighty Kiss at $13.60 straight
odds and First Bond at $42.40. The
previous day he won aboard Edna
Allen Other wins by Hernandez
were scored with Asirio, Black
Despot and Isayolboy. lf-
. oOo '
The new officers of the Panama
Turf Writers and Soortscasters As Association
sociation Association are: Diogenes Taoia.
5 re sident; Arquimedea Fetnandez
r., vice-president; Marcos Monti-
lla, treasurer: JJumberto Alzanw
ra.' secretary;" Daniel Gonzalez,
frospero Koyoand Antonio Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, trustees. f f-They
They f-They will take office next July 1,
i 000 '
: The Panama Jockey Association
today named a welcoming commit
tee to meet former Juan. Franco
riding ace Dr. Roberto (Bobbv)
neid tomorrow at Tocumen air
A handicap will, bo hold Sun Sunday
day Sunday Juno 22, In honor of the
hard-riding Bobby who earned
tho plaudits of fans for of hi
riding skill and tho admiration
of everyone for" his proven hon hon-sty
sty hon-sty In a tough business that ma'
ny refuse to consider a sport.
The Stud Buena Fe's promising
insn coit summer, I'arty cued last
week,: victim of a colic- Another
death was that of the classy Chi Chilean
lean Chilean mare Embrujada, which
died at the Haras El Carafio in
Cerro Azul while being rested up.
The promising native colt Hew
co, which was treated for a leg
ailment and sent to a farm for
several months rest, is back in
training at the local oval.
Ardent turfman 'Miguel Corc6
has again entered the circle of
local horse owners. Yesterday he
received the Chilean filly Evening
Star with which he hopes to gain
his greatest success. .'
C. F. M. Radio TV
IBaseball-talte over the spot spotlight
light spotlight on the CFN sports schedule
this eek as the moior league sea-,
json nears the one-third mark. The
following broadcasts and telcasts
have been arranged:
' June 13 Cincinnati vs Chicago
Cubs at 1:30 o.m.
June 14 Detroit vs New York
at 1 p.m.
June 15 Cincinnati vs Chicago
Cubs at 1:30 p.m.
- June 18 Boston vs Chicago
White Sox at 1:30 p.m. -.-r
June 19 San Francisco vs.
Pittsburgh at 1:30 p.m.
June 15 Baseball game of the
week at 3 p.m.; wrestling at 10
- June 16 -- Boxing at 10 p.m. r
"June )8 Boxm tt 10 p.m. ..
June 19 Golf show at -1-30
p.m.j. ciumpionsliip .bowling at
Race Track Graded Entries
lit Raco 7th
Series Imp. i
1 Atomic Spring G. Prescott 113
Atiueveu joe itourigue 106
3 leioieo A., uoiuaies 110
iarvai No uuy u
5 f icararo B. Aguirre 115
6 Nogalino J. Cauogan 11U
7 Lauioerwell J, Rodriguez 110
a iony v.- C.'u z iU
& (Lanero J. Jimenez 105
10 unuerirack F. Sanchez lOax
11 Mezereum G. Rivera lib
.2nd RACE OF
l Porro Jose
3Doa ilQ ,
Mo ooy lio
' 1 No boy 106
C. -Kuu 110
. B. Aguirre lOd
J. Tamvera llux
No boy lOti
H. Gustines los
J. flumps 103
i Mama Lola'
7 .i fooreton
9 UODie Figa'
10 Double Dee
t. Alvro2 108
11 focas Pilchas G. banchez 113
3rd Race 'E-F" Natives
1 Don Luis R. Vasquei 110
2 (Jim M. Hurley 110
3 bolito G.' Sanchez 108
4 Bianquita F. Alvarez 115
5 Bargyle ,. ; H. -Gustines 115
6 Napa .t A. Lourless 105x
4th Race "H" Natives 7 Furlonurto $375.00 Pool Closes 2:30
1 Don Pastor
3 Don Manuel
J. Talaver 107x
A. Vergara 108
G. Rivera 112
C. Quiros 105x
A. Reyes.R 105
6San Cristobal G
H.t Ruiz 102
8 Mohicano : F.- Alvarez 112
5th Race "A-B" Natives I A Fgs.Purse $500.00
. ;; No boy 106
A Credidio 100
H. Gustines 118
F. Sanchez ( 99x
in. p ui.
Serlot Imp. 7 Fgs.
1st RACE OF
,.".. I. ,.,.'
1 King John
3 The Gipsy
4 Mouche j
5 Play Boy l
: F. Alvarez 108 Impressive win last ;
Vi' Ortega 112 "-vSeems best here -J."
Cadogan"112 -Early speed only
H. Gustines 102 Could be upsetter i
R.'Vasquer 102 --Has strong finish -A;
Credidio 110 Could surprise
f 7th Race tnp. 7th Sorlo "' Fgs.Purse $400.00
2nd RACE, OF
1 EI Fakir F.'AlVarez 113
2 Sandokan . R, Vasquei 113
3 Blue Zulu A. Gonzales 105
4 Aberargie J. Rodriguez 110
5 Xistullari H. Gustines 112
6 Don Dani 1 M. Hurley 108
7 Celestial F) ff; Talavera 108x
8 The Squire) B. Aguirre 114
-V Fgt. Purto $425.00
3 Mi mi
7- Chito -'r
v G. Sanchez 112 Has strong finish
A. Credidio 110 Must improve mors
B. Aguirre 108 Not against these
. A. Lourless 102xMVill score soon
J. Talavera 105x Contender again J
H. Gustines 112 Last doesn't count
T, Justiniani lOlx In fight to finish
9th Race 5th Soriot Imp.
lTOliver S. Carvajal 106
2 Maria Stuardo V. Castillo 110
B. Aguirre, 115
5 Orn. Star
6 Jump Quick
7 Riscal ;
H. Gustines 112
A. Gonzales 112
F. Alvarez 108
A. Lourless 105x
G. Rivera 115
J. Talavera 112x
, E. Dario 106
10th Kaco 1st and 2nd So. Imp
t As You Like H. Gustl. 106
, a. vasquez lis
G. Sanchez 116
F. Alvarez 110
' G, Rivera, 110
J., Rodriguez 110
tlth Race Non-Winnors Nat. S Fgs,
1 Domitila A. Credidio 106
2 t-Don Vito m J. Jimenez 108
3 Titita ; H. Gustines 113
4 Victoria A. Lourless lOOx
5 Bosilongo v J. Talavera 106x
-NEW YORK (UPI) -'What kind
of a manager is Detroit s new
skipper Bill Normane. u t ,i
Like Nick the Greek, the legen
dary gambler, Norman will take
a chance on anything as long a
he feels it gives him a crack at
winning a ball game.-
His philosophy for running;, a
bad club is simnle.
"Hit a little, field a little and
we'll win a few," he always keeps
telling his players.
Norman is the easy-going Al
Lopez-type of manager but he
won't take any lip and no one is
gome to run over him
Pitcher John Tsitouris foundi
that out in a hurry with Charles
ton of the American Assn. late
last season. Norman toil bim to
pitch batting practice but Tsitour
is said he preferred to conserve
his energy for a regular game.'
"You Folio My Orders" '.
"Ijook, laddiebuck," Noritian
said, employint one of his !favor
ite expressions in front of the en
tire team, "you'll pitch when and
where I tell you. I don't care
you are one of the bonus babies,
I'm the boss here. You follow!
my orders; I don't follow your3."
i'.L. Tsitouris pitched bating
Unlike most men in"lhe i'minofs.i
Doesn't seem likely
antmiu ue close up
couiu make u now.
Lacxs eariy speed
couia be upseuer
ue.urns irom layolf
--Depenus on start
Good early speed
seems oest nere
Pool Clout 1:30
Returns from layoff
Last ooesn I count
Has shown nothing
Moimng to date
Mucn too Iractious
Would pay nice odds
S375.00 Pool Closes 2:00
Distance handicaps , 4-1
Hard to beat here ; 8-1
Not good enough ., W-l
Best, early speed s 3-2
Will fight it out ; ; : 3-2
Dangerous contender 3-1
dhouid be runnerup EVEN
Could surprise .10-1
Has strongest finish ,4-1
Distance to liking t '10-i
Usually close up .. ,. 5-1
Could chase winner 3-1
Nothing in months 2M
Excluded from betting
Seems next best ;
Much the best v
Purto $500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
Pool Closes 4:10
-Ran wide in list
Hard to beat here
Good, early speed
Gets first best here
r-Early speed only
- rfNothing in months
Nothing to Indicate
, Pool Closes 4:40
' MS-' 15
$500.00 Pool Closes 5:15
-Powerful effort last
Not against these
Hard to beat, her
Would surprise ,
Improves with rider
Nothing to recommend
-Could get up here
Good chance again A
Early speed only
I Purse. $1000. Pool Closet 1:40
In fight to finish
Favorite nder up
Seeks repeat victory
Has class plus
Could take it all too
Purse -$300.00 Pool Closes 4:10
Should be runnerup 5-2
Brief early speed 10M
-Seems much the best 1-5
Has shown nothing 15-1
Still plenty fractious J i : 50-1
, Take Chance
To Win Game
Norman had no burning ambition
to become a major league man manager'
ager' manager' In fact, he didn't even par particularly
ticularly particularly care to pilot Charleston
last year. He would -have much
rather remained a troubleshoot.
4,But the Detroit 'organization Is
paying mf salary," he said, "and
whatever they say U perfectly all
right with Mrs. Norman's little
Misses Very Little
"On the ball field," revealed
Ditcher Duke Market), one of. his
former1 players, "you'd swear he
has 10 pairs of eyes. He can be
sitting in the dugout and you may
be goofing off .'way out. in the
bullpen, but you can bet he'll no
tice it. He's uncanny that way."
Norman is like his predecessor,
Jack Tighe, in one resoect. He
doesn't brobd : over i defeat and
whenever his team wins a par par-ticuUrly
ticuUrly par-ticuUrly big game,' he's apt to
snring ior the beer for the entire
ifl He won t say a word if one of
his players commits a mechanical
error, but woe to anyone who
pulls, a mental "rock." Any time
he has to dress down one of his
players, he'll usually do it in
Baseball's .400 Hitter May Hot
Be Relic of Dim' Past After All
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (UPI)- The day of
baseball's .400 hitter may not be
a relic of the dim, dead-ball past
after aUL v i"
x Sharp-eyed Stan Musial of the
Si. Louis Cruinais is the current
best be. because that Oiher .400
pretenaer, Willie Mays of die
San Francisco Giants, is prone o
periodic slumps such as the one
that plagued him lately. (
But when two such seasoned
belters can swing into the secot:d
week of June a .400plus, it's time
to revise ihe thinkjng of the pos
sibility of another super averags
hitter of the class believed to be
omy a never-to.be repeated page
in baseball s memory book.
No less an authority than Tel
Williams of the Boston Red Soxl
ihinks it's cinch to happen again.1
"Somebody will do it that's f .w
sure,", says the man who achieved
it last with a .406 in 1941.
Look At Record v
Need- evidence? Look at Ted's
own record as he led American
League hitters last season, a
Williams wound up at .388 01
163 hits m 420 at bats. Now, ii
Ted had picked up just five moie
hits, he'd have been right- on the
button at .400.
In all of baseball history, onl
40 fullseason .400 averages have
been posted. Twenty-nine indivi
duals, led by Ty Cobb,. Rogers
Hornsby an Jess 1 burket, have
done it. That .rio accounted tor
nine-three each. v
But even before Ted went over
that magic mark in '41, there war
plnety of talk that .400 was out
- Toq many guys swing for the
Too much jackrabbfc in the ball,
making it travel too ast to heat
out infield shots.' , -.
' Mania For Night Ball
And then came the mania for
night baseball to needle attend
ance, throwing the daily routines
of players out of kilter, affecting
them physically in the natter
eyesignt ana even. Dreaming.
More woes. Those pitchers, bad
gered by clusters oi homers, be
came more inventive. The slider
became standard equipment. They
balls, lorkbaiis, knucklers. t
And now the Ditchers come
relays. The moment there's tdur
"- Vv'.' .'
.er in a particular spot than the
prev.ous one ever could be, conits
striding in to relieve. :
Today, however, the younger
have cu their eye-teeth on these
conuitiil anu the old ones like
Stan aau Ted-have changed with
the .imej. 'iney le all accustomed
to nighu games, sliders, and a
spring o. cpposing pitchers most
Plane- travel, instead o! trains,
has helped, too.
A solid hitter like Musiat, with
the s. art he's made .418 on June
10 could I do it this year. So could
Mays, 10 percentage points behind
at hat staye, despite his slumps.
Willie, you know, has hot streaks
as well as, cold. A -good hot one
at theright time could mean .400.
The annual 1958 Panama Wo Women's
men's Women's Golfing Associat omlslhmian
Handicap Tournament will be play played
ed played at the Panama Golf Club wi(ii
qualifying rounds being played be
tweeo Thursday, June 19 and bun
day, June 22.
" The first round played by a golf
er during these three days will
be considered .o be the qualiimg
round. Flights will be scheduled
according io the nmnber of gins
shooting qualifying rounds.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners, and funners-up in each
liigiu, with inn lournaiuent's ino
dalist prize going to the low ne
The lowest posted handicap must
be used. Full handicapt will .' be
allowed in the qualifying round,
with threequarter handicaps al allowed
lowed allowed for math play.
' The regular Panama Women's
Golf Association's monthly tourna
ment and meeling is scheduled nr
the Panama Golf Gub oh Satur
day, June 21. Scores -turned in
that date may beused as the qua
- l lifying score for the Handicap Tour
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FOR SAtl: Jaouar 1.4, litre,
4 ecert fiin. less than 6000
miles. Call J-6324 antmi.
FOR SALE: 1955 CreamGreet)
Pentiac, 'starehlef. eus'tom CM- ;
lina, Mramatie, power stearinf,
ir condition. Heater, radio, w'l
w, one wui, jood condition!.
Phone Kobbe 4217 4261. .')
FOR SALf: -Dodoe Coronet V-
5 1953 4-dr, dn, now paint
jot, excellent condition $850.00.
Colon Motors, Ire. lOtk St. Co Colon
lon Colon Tel, 492-J.
AUTOS EISENMAN OFFERS
: FOR SALE:
1957 Oldtmebile Super 8t Gol Golden
den Golden Rocket, hardtop Holiday.
Completely equipped, perfect
1 954 Chevrolet 4 4oor, new
tirei, standard transmission, per perfect
fect perfect mechanical condition.
-1955 Ford Ranch Wagon, new
tires, two ton paint. Price $1,
095.00. t r f
1953 Pontiae 44 door, excellent
condition, tubcUm tires, new
paint, radio, '
1953 .hevrolet Bel-Air, 4 door
power-glide, power steering, ra ra-dio,
dio, ra-dio, new paint, motor new rings.
.Excellent mechanical condition.
1956 Hillman wagon, like new.
Bargain, v.-, -v''
1953 Mercury-coupe, radio, ex excellent
cellent excellent mechanical condition.
1954 Chevrolet 4 door, tires,
upholstery and paint new, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition.
.1 950 DeSoto sedan 4 door. Good
Autos Eisenman, next Coca Cola
plant. Tel. 2-2616 2-4966.
Chevrolet, Plymouth, ford $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. All others $12.95. Free Ins Installation;
tallation; Installation; Tlvoll Motors at Tivoll
Crossing. 'Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: -1950 Buick 4 door,
2 now tires, good condition.
$250.00. Balboa 2-3390.
FOR SALtj 1953 Singer.
Balboa 6370 after p.m.
FOR SALEs-1950 Buick Road Road-master,
master, Road-master, radio, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, diplomat leaving $400.00 ?
Phono 3-7470. iv
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick hydro hydro-matfe.
matfe. hydro-matfe. Mdanetto, good condition,
t)wner leaving Isthmus. Call
FOR SALE t 1956 Slmee Sedan,
duty paid. $11 00. Phono 1-0983
FOR SALEs Pontlao sedan 1949.
model, in good condition, $175.
sash. Telephone 2-2217.
FOR SALE r Henry J first class
condition. $400.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2384 aftsr 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALIi 1953 Chevrolet, 4
sW sedan. Phone Balboa 2815.
Thunderstorm Warnings Issued
For Vast Expanse Of Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
f Weathermen issued thunderstorm
warnings for a vast north central
Indiana expanse where floodwa.
Hers kept 5,000 persons homeless.
I The Indianapolis Weather ?Bu. ?Bu.-treau
treau ?Bu.-treau warning came just as .rain.
swollen, rivers nu weir mgnesi,
"in 45, years, and .began to fall
, back. . -'' ."
Cities .such as Peru and Marion
which were on an emergency foot foot-Sing
Sing foot-Sing early in the day, had started
5 to relax after a week of violent
'storms and mounting tension.
- Tho Weather Bureau alert cal-
led for showers and thunder,
'storms, with locally heavy rains,
in the state's central and north.
'era portions. This included the
i jflood-stricken area stretching 100
'miles north of Indianapolis and
( from the Illinois to the Ohio state
.,;. ;.-...., J Lose Lines
Although- nobody had yet died
' In the floodwaters, 13 persons
have perished in storm connect,
ed accidents since the weather
opened up on Hoosierland last
Sunday. Property and crop dam.
age was estimated in the mil.
lions of dollars.
' The latest flood onslaught had
driven 2,300 persons from their
homes in the Marion, Jonesboro-
Gas City area and 500 persons
i! from Wabash River 1 o w 1 a n ds
around Peru, The bulk of the ref ref-.
. ref-. ugees foundsafety with relatives
and neighbors, but hundreds were
' housed in emergency shelters.
. Calls for assistance included an
urgent plea for dry diapers from
the Jefferson School near Marion,
where 200: persons waited out the
Appeal For Diapers
A Red Cross spokesman said
COMET TRES TAPE MIAMI
TRUCK KILLS SOLDIER
WUERZBURG, Germany (UPI)
The U. 5. 3rd Infantry Division
yesterday announced that Pvt.
Anthony Principato. 19. of Brook.
. lyn, has died of injuries suffered
in n truck accident at Schwe'n.
furt, Germany. The division an
nounced that Principato was hela
ing unload an Armv truck when
vehicle. It moved forward and
nrucx Ffincipato who died en
route to a hospital. '
FOR RENT: 2 bodroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dininf room, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, hot water, maid's, room.
Ricardo A nil itreet "Sparta
Building. Phone 3-4994."
FOR RENT: Modern chalets ona
has. fivo bedrooms, three bath bathrooms.
rooms. bathrooms. The ether has throe bed-
rooms1, two bathrooms. Via Es Es-paSa
paSa Es-paSa 97th street. Phone 3-3041.'
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Beautiful residontil
area. Near bus steps 43 rd Street
No.' 13,; .. .vr;'f".; !t-."..':.V"
' FOR, RENT: Furnishee? apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one' and two bedrooms,'
clean. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
2 bedroom, second floor, unfur-
"nished, or semi furnished, hot
.water, garage and maid's room, -El
Cangrejo "K" St. No. 2 "Sa-
rifa" Apartments. For further in information
formation information call: Panama 3-4628 ;
before 6 p.m. 3-6269 after
FOR RENT.1 Modern apartment,
3 bedrooms, diningroom, enlarg enlarged
ed enlarged kitchen, porch, hot water,
maid's room, 2 bathrooms, all
screened." El, Cangrejo L Street
(55) No. 23 Telephones 3 3-7527
7527 3-7527 3-6523.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
' apartment, bedrooms, living living-dining,
dining, living-dining, etc. Via Etpaafi No. 117
between 2 6 p.m. Phone 3 3-1717.
1717. 3-1717. .' ;
FOR RENT: Furnished inde inde-'.
'. inde-'. pendent room in private resi residence.
dence. residence. 45th Street No. 14, Bella
Rape Charge 0
NASHVILLE. Tenn. (UPI) A
24.year.old Nashville man, whose
pregnant wife was taken to a hos-
iptal In labor Wednesday night,
today was charged with raping
his wife's married mend.
x Th victim, an 18 year old
waitress: told ; police V the at attack
tack attack occurred after she had ac.
companied the expectant mother
to the hospital. :
She said the woman's husband
had agreed to drive her home.
Instead, she claimed, the man
drove, her td a lonely road, threat threatened
ened threatened to kill her and raped her.
Held in county jail Is Herman
Clayton Wright. He is Charged in
awarrant sworn by tne victim.
Wright was arrested atiGeneral
Hospital after he had taken the
woman nome ana reiurnea mere,
there were 18 babies in arras at
the shelter and they had long
since run out of diapers. T h e
babies and their elders were also
in dire need of clothing of all
shapes and sizes, the spokesman
1 Appeals also went out for reg.
istered nurses to tend the ill and
aged and for recreation workers to
run the children-,
The Wabash,:' Whie and Missis Missis-sinewa
sinewa Missis-sinewa rivers were all falling late
Thursday and National Guard
troops were called off duty for the
first time in days at ,Marion.
Hew Japan Premier
TOKYO, June' 13 (UPI-Japan's
new government, in ofiice less
than a day, iost no time in feel feeling
ing feeling out Washington today on pros,
pects for greater economic "co.
jfrenuer JNDusuKe jvism, wno
formed his second cabinet with
whirlwind speed last night -alter
the nation, had drifted for three
days without a government, put
out the first leeler tnis morning
when he suggested U.S. assistance
for his ambitious southeast, Asia
"There is room for U.S. cooper,
ation in pushing Japanese exports
to southeast Asia," he told news,
men in Tokyo, only 18 hours aft aft-er
er aft-er his reelection, s
The Premier said he intends to
continue his policy of triftie with
Red China, without extending dip.
lomatic recognition to the Peiping
i see no need to change ;1 this
policy because it was supported
by the peop e in the recent elec election
tion election cmapaign," he said.
Kishi came to power early in
1957, succeeding two ailing Pime
Ministers. He formed his first
cabinet last July. f
Japan's voters indorsed his poll-
ciesia st-month- by -gending 298
pf his Liberal Democrats to the
467-seat lower House of Parlia Parliament.
ment. Parliament. 4
LEAVK YOUR AD WITH ONE Of Ot'B
INTERNAL. DE Pl'BLICACIO.Nts no. s Lottery run e t-ASA ialuu central Ave. to e LULKur.s rnjn.im i ih u irrqunu mkiaih lu.m lu.m-BARDO
BARDO lu.m-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. e LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS IN1DOS 14 Central Are.
e AKMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue a) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Feo. de la Oss Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOMV Justo Amemena Ave. nt 33 St. e FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER J IS 54 Street No, ii a) FARMACIA IX BATURRO Parque Lefevre I Street FARMACIA "S AS" Via Porru m 9 NOVF.DADES ATMS
Beside Hie Bella Vista Theatre.
PHILLIPS' Occantide Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends a't Rie
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv-
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House, One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Furnished home,
Golf Heights. Two bedrooms, two
, baths, terrace, bar, etc. Available
end June. Telephone 3-4157
between 12 and 2 or 6 and 8 for.
FOR RENT: Chalet 45th, street
No. 2-148, call' Tel. 3-3948
from 7 a.m. to 12 noon, :
t rOR RENT: Furnished modern
chouse located Paitilla, 3 'bed-
rooms,' one airconditioned, two
' baths. Available June 21 to
August 25. Call 3-5954 between
12 noon to 5 p.m.
Hold: HOLLAND HOUSE
minx, from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Suile and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: $6 and $8 daily,
. Horse ridlnf. ;'
For reservations P. O.
Manager:, BUI tad Elenor Jaspers
June 20 to June 28
Fidanque '.Travel Service
IOUB FEET HURT? v
trained Chiropodist wlU relievo
any foot trouble, coma, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, tncrowa toe nails, foot mai mai-safe,'
safe,' mai-safe,' etc. i
" J Arosemena Ave. S3-48
155 Central Ave.
. 'JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and 'information;
Tel. Panama 2-0552
: ONLY $2 4.00
ONLY 2.3 Lbs
Panama : Colon
Your set back in your
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, V SPECIAL
No Service Charge -1
e' Half Price On
US Trained Technician
Tivoll Ave. No. 18-20
AGi,..iS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13 JT "H
YMCA SKIM DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
ATLANTIC CLUB SKIN DIVERS
" Check your equipment before the
tournament this Sunday. We have
everything you need. CRAWFORD
AGENCIES, CORP., M" 13A 13A-30
30 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905. : ;
FOR SALE: Kenmore electric,
tewing machine head. One of la latest
test latest models. Electric practically
new, $35.00. Case Admirable,
the Necchi Agency at Central
Ave. 10-30 next to the Lottery
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLui
Gun, Fins and Mask... $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J" Sr. 13A30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE. 2 now brati ahipt;
mask head lanterns $15.00 ea,
. 1 used $7.00. Dean 2357-B
Owen St. Balboa.'
FOR SALE: Electric hot water
heater.. Perfect condition, $25.
Call Panami 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Leaving country, in
- good,, condition piano, Tel, 3-
Tennis rackets restrung, fishing
; rod and reels and under water'
equipment repaired. Parts for
evtrthing we tell. ABERNATHY.
FOR SALE: Wooden shtimp
boat "built 1957 operating well
now. Write box 1059 Panama.
FOR SALE: Beautiful purebred ;
tealpoint Siamese kitten. Phone
.3-4679. ,.,..: vi,,v'--'-,-;
FOR SALE: The tale of pre-
Colombian design : bateat con continues.
tinues. continues. Will tell German police
dog. Arte America, Automobile
FOR SALE: 1 metal and I ma-
hogany office desks; 2 maho
gany tablet used. Call Wamer -Bros.
3-1388 and 3-4918.
Must tell boy't bicycle $20.00,
China cabinet, like new $60.00,
w end tablet $10.00,, hot water
heater 30 gal.' $50.00, table,"
chain, lamps, buffet $15.00.
Norman Smith Ph. 3-3437.'
FOR SALE: Modern 7 pc. sec sectional
tional sectional livingroom let, 16 mm,
' mova protector,. Remington
mdklol 70 30-06 rifle frontier
v pistol 38 cel., Underwood type type-Writer,
Writer, type-Writer, 1957 Buick Special, 4
door, hardtop, 6,000 miles, de deluxe.
luxe. deluxe. Phone Balboa 2811,
Saves His Father
t !: ,)'.. !!f: ui
CORPUS CHRISTI. Tex. (UPlj
Tony Sewell, who is eight years
uia anu weigns 1 less man ou
pounds, jumped into a swimming
pool Wednesday and saved his 180.
pound, drowning father. .
The father, Frank Sewell, 34, a
Columbia, Tenn., undertaker, was
so near drowned that even after
being revived, he remained semi,
conscious all' day Wednesday..
He was fully recovered today,
although physicians at a Corpus
Christi hospital were giving him
physical tests. v
j Tony, his" parents and his sister
-1 t A J 1 -1 1 il. H
Bunny, n, are .acatiomng n
Corpus Christi. They were stay.
ing at the Sea Ranch Motel and
the elder Sewell, who cannot
swim; was lying on a float in the
motel's swimming pool. v
Tony and his other were fully
dresd and lounging about the
edge of the pool. Suddenly, Tony
missed his father and, running to
the pool, saw him lying on the
bottom. " 1
" He dived in and managed to
get him to the edge, where
man mowing the lawn helped
drag him out. t Tony's mother and
the man who was mowing gave
him artificial respiration until a
! fire department inhalator squad
arrived. w r
TRAINS HITS SCHOOL MUIS
KAMEOKA. Japan (UPI)-Four
children were killed and 80 other
persons', were injured when a
bus taking 90 yuunester on
an outing was strvk by i
train at a crossing. Thirty, per,
sons, including 26 children, were
injured seriously. Witnesses said
visibility was clear and the loco
motye engineer sounded several
warnings to the. bus driver which
SEES RECESSION END
NEWARK, N.'J. (UPD-Presi.
dent Milton C. Lightner of the
National Association of Manufac
turers said last nieht t h a
the recession apparently has "hit
bottom" but "recovery will be
slow." The industrialist who" is
board chairman of the Singer
Manufacturing Co. of Elizabeth
N.J. cited increased steel pro.
last month and a corresponding
rise in employment as signs that
the recession js lifting. ,
STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO T Street Ne. 1J 0) AGENCIAS
FOR SALE: Dininf room set
' very reasonable price, in very
good condition, hot water, heat heater,
er, heater, television set 21" $100.00,
in good working condition. Call
all day Tel. 2-0192 and after 6
p.m. call 3-079S.
FOR' SALE: Diningroom tot,
buffet, China closet, S chain
$200.00. 3 Chinese rugs blue,
$45.00". Balboa 4437 rise. 6381
Los Rios. .
FOR SALE: Gas stove, 4 burn burners,
ers, burners, girl .bicycle, all perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Very cheap. Tek 756 Co Colon.
Sale Sunday 15, 9 a.m. to 5 p.
m, household furniture dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, bamboo kitchen, bedroom.
Cable Height 0305.
FOR SALE: Dinette set, $75.
Stove, $40. Hot water heater,
$65. Phone 3-0983, Panama.
FOR SALE: Living room1 2 dres dresser,
ser, dresser, 1 crib. Gatun Tel, 5-564.
FOR SALE1: Bedroom set,
double bed, with coil spring and
beauty, rest mattress, dresser and
bench, chest of drawers $150.
. Apply, Cangrejo 7th Street in
front of apartment building Let 1
Tret Hermanat from 5 p.m. to
Johnson Gives Priority
To Trade : Bill lh Senate
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Dpmnrratir leader Lyndon B.I
Johnson (Tex.) yesterday gave,
the 'highest priority" ; to Senate
a rtion on the House approved
bill td extend the liberal Recipro Reciprocal
cal Reciprocal Trade Program without re
strictive changes.:. , j
He told newsmen he would ask
the Senate Finance Committee to
begin hearings on the measure as
SOOn aS pOSSlOie.. nuwevci, me
hill arlmittedlv faced t O U t h 6 X
sledding in the Senate where rules
governing amendments and de
bates are not nearly as strict ?
A sDokesman said tne unance
did not discuss the trade,
bill t ysterday't meeung wnen
it approved anotner nouse.passeo
measure to extend high wartime
excise and corporation taxes an
s "I don't think we can get at it
(the trade bill) until week after
next at leasts the spoktsmau
said,', v, . t
The measure would extend the
24-vMr-o d liberal .,traa program
another five years and authorize
the President to cut. taiuis ; at
much as 25, per cent below pres present
ent present levels. i -
Johnson said the bill was ,"one
nf thA most imoortant measures
that r.oneres : will receive this
sossion" ana mat- it nau uia
. . . l l-j' u:.
whnlphpartcd suDDOrt. 1
But Sen. Ralph E. Flanders (R
Vtl. a member ot tne r inan?i
Cnm mittee. nronosed that Con.
gress extend the trade program
for only three years while a com
mission of economists takes a
new look at U.S. trade policies.
Spnate .backers were hoping,
however, that the lop-sided 317 to
oa House vote for the bill would
helpj them ram it to final pas
sage witnout major 'tnauses.'i
The action was a sweeping vie
tm-v for President F.isenhower,
whn mi pht the extension, and a
bitter pill lor protectionists who
earlier had thought they had the
votes to restrict the program and
nrovide ereater nrotection lor ao
mstic inaustries against loieign
The House bill will face its first
test in the Senate finance
Committee, headed by Sen. Harry
F. Bvrd fD-Va.l.
Rvrrt dpclined to forecast what
the- Senate might do, beyond say-
ins that tie expected passage oi a
bill in some form.
Club Holds Exhibit
Al Balboa JYB
WIMBLEDON, England, 'June 13
mpiv Wimbledon champion- AL
thea Gibson of New York opened
America'' quest of a 22nd conse consecutive
cutive consecutive Wightman Cup tennis cham.
pionship today witn i vie,
tory over Shirley Bloomer of Eng
The 30-year.old Miss Gibson, rat rated
ed rated the world's best women's a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur tennis player, never has
lost. -to Miss Bloomer. Today Frl.
day,- the 13th was Miss Bloom Bloomer's
er's Bloomer's 24th birthday, and for luck
she wore a new trapeze-line cos
tume vith 13 embroidered white
kittens worked into the waistline.
- But it did the plucky 1 British
eirl no eood. For whereas
won one set from Miss Gibson in
last yeax's Wightman Cup, match,
Miss Bloomer was outclassed to.
day in straight sets. ,; . v
FOR SALE: Three deep-sea
Diesel powered fishing schooners,
60 to 75 ft. long, complete with
cork insulated ice boxes holding
from 15 to 25 tons of ice, all
sails, electrical equipment, tele-
phones, sounding devices, and
in first class condition, now en engaged
gaged engaged in Red Snapper and Group-.
or fishing in the Campocho Gulf f
area. For full description and -photographs,
write Star Fish 6r
Oyster Co., Inc., P. O. Box 26;.
Mobile, Alabama, U, S. A.
New and used boats, motors and
trailers. Sell reasonable er trade.
FOR SALE 15 foot plywood
playboy fiber glass bottom, 35
h.p. Johnson' remote' control,
steering wheel, Ettacion La Cres Crests.
ts. Crests. Phone 3-1608.'
The laroest stock of UNDER
WATER EQUIPMENT, MARINE
ACCESSORIES AND FISHING
TACKLES hi Central and South
. America. Quality, service and
price. The best Is not always the
Sen, Edward Martin (R-Pa.).
senior GOP member of the com
mittee, also refused to c o m nut
himself on the House version. But
said he thought the: size of the
House vote indicated the way, the
jraawaSA running. : .y, c
mi j ... ? ..
Some other committee members
doubted s the Senate would asree
to extend the 24 year old recipro
cat trade law for more than three
years. They were uncertain
whether ; other concessions wou.d
have to be made to high tariff
cnocs ; of the trade agreements
A STEP UP Sn5 Tlmnthv V.
Treacy, legal observer of the US.
AnUAKlB Judge Advocate's 3 Of.
fice, received notice of his admit.'
tance to the California State Bar.
last week. Treacy took the bar
examination at Fort Amador sevl
ai montns ago. a native of San
Francisco, he was eradnnfert
law school at Stanford University
in, June 1956. He arrived in this
command in August of last year,
coming here from Fort Brooke,
Puerto, Rico. (U.S. Armv Vbn.
to).' ,,'.-. i
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THE P.VNAMA AMERICAN has establiiihed a special
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Ilavy Jels To Do
Housed Hear Sile
Of Yrighl Brclhers
HARVEYS POINT. N. C. fTIPT
The Navy began building a homo
ior us ursi operational multi-jet,
long, long-range seaplanes on the
banks of Albemarle Sound today,
only a few miles from the sandy
. e. i . . .
hills which saw the Wright
brothers first flights. i' V
ReD. Herbert C. Rnnner T
NC), chairman of the House Mer-
cnant Marine Committee turned
the first shovel-full of dirt on the
20-million-dollar air-station which
will be the first operational base
for, th.e Iour.jet P6M "seamaster-"
When the base is i, completed in
I960, the giant 134-foot long Sea Sea-masters
masters Sea-masters will roar out: over the
Atlantic from here on minelavinp
and photo reconaissance drills or
, On their' course to the sea thev
will pass near Killy Hawk, N.C.
site of the Wright brothers experi.
menis win a, mmsy craft in 1903.
The P6M's will operate from
snenerea- waters on a ; 1,265-acre
site where the Perquimans River
flows into the sound. But they are
also capable of, operating on the
sea with waves, as high as six
feet running and the engines can
be changed, while; the plane is
anoav j " -,;"
The Seamaster, which carries a
four i man crew, is powered by
four J-71 iurbojets with;, aften,
burners and has a range up to
2,000 miles. The Navy says it has
;a. crusing altitude of 40,000 feet
and can carry a 30,000 v pound
payloaa. ha-;..,"-h,,,.', ;;
. Although its chief function 'are
minelaying and reconaissance, it
is equipped with a rotary water watertight
tight watertight door in the hull on which a
variety .! of weapons, mines or
camera pods can be fitted
Dies In Hospital
" Mrs. Mary King Burgess, a res res-ident
ident res-ident Of the San Miguel burough,
died yesterday afternoon at Santo
Tomas : Hospital v?
Mrs,' Burgess, a former employe
of the Corozal Hosfpitalj is survic survic-ed
ed survic-ed by her granddaughter Mrs. Ed.
na Whittick of New York. Funer.
al arrangements wilh depend, on
word from Whittick.
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The Spanish Course for Enllsh
tpeahing-people will be held a
University Of Panama from un
16 to July 31 on Monday, Wed
netday, Thursday. MORNINt
' CLASSES: Beginners: 1:30; In?
termediatei 9:30; Advanced
10:30. EVENING CLASSES
Beginners: 6; Advanced; 7. Em
phatit en conversation. ,
NEW YORK Mrs.-Paul
ward Bell. department store
retary.who.-Won top honors an
$25,00OhecK m ine annual
er grand, national "sew off":
,?'We certainly can use
money, we don't own our nc
and we, need, new car,';,
';iST': AUGUSTINE. Fla -Frf
writer Pierre de La Salle, re
ine to reoorters who asked
why he had kept his three yd
old i marriage to mooei-aci
Suzy Parker, a secret: ;fY
"I didn't want to reveal
HONOLULU Too diving off
Xt. Bobbv n. M'thPW of t,"
marine s "Stickleback," explai;
why he had to take the fatal
of surfacing his vessel in the
rect oath of a destroyer: 1 -.
decided to prevent:, goini
the test .depth." Vfi'yv
LEASES MACHINE CONTRA
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio iVVlt
jnancncsier i4cmno iw, a m
er of 1 papermill i machin
yesterday announced- it has
contracts for the construr.:
a new $1,500,000 plant & ,'
north of Monroe, Ohio. ',"
discqvnt : ;
: for prompt attention
will enable us
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new helicopter boat at Qresham Lake, near Raleigh, N.C. BenseQ
tays the rptor-llfted craft, towed by a motorooat, la as easy to
handle as a bicycle. Bensen heads the company bearing his name
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4:00 Open Mind ;. .1:30 West Point
4 30 Mr. Wlwr4 10-00 Wrestling
100 Fury U 00 CFN NEWS
1:30 PANORAMA .:. : : 11:15 Frldiy Night Thtrei
7:00 Tslent Scouts r Man who Lost Himself
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Step Right Up
To Shake The Hand
Of Clayton Culick
, .There Is a soldier in A Com Company,
pany, Company, 1st : Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, at Fort Kobbe who
has a name that sounds as if
it were purchased in one W the
local post exchanges.. t
The 24-year-old native of
Bellingham. Wash., says that
his John Hancock has caused
innumerable comments lrt the
Canal Zone and a lot of rib ribbing
bing ribbing from his pals since he ar arrived.
rived. arrived. He says the name Is a coin coincidence
cidence coincidence and one of German
origin, not Zonian.
'- tITICA; N. Y. (UPI)-The Fits
Bank of Utka offered customers
rhahpn to find out. precisely,
whpthpr they're worth their weight
in gold. A scale records the cus
tomer's weight andt he value of
the equivalent weight ol goio-
iio m rnwnev. comDany savings omcer, w maw rcguuu trir r Tw.it
-ffl tn rieht are- CpL Robert Scott, Pfc. Don Miekle, Pfc. RichardJKlrchoff, Pfc Paul Mill-,
SL -Ft? Gulden Hunter. Sgt. Ben Boyd, Sgt, William Ashley, and Downey. (P.S. Army f hoto
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Parents' Accept Partial Integration
Rather Than Have
fiHA'HtOTTE S.V L L Va.
(UPI V White parents facing
an integranon, snowauwu
voted 177-128 to let. their children
go to class witn a lew eKroe
here rather than see the school
shut down, it was disclosed Thurs.
day.'': f'v; yl'-- 1
- However, 138 other parents
questioned in the pou ttia noi
Tkm Pnrnt.Teacheri Assn. of
Venable Elementary School made
public the result ot a survey in
whinh narents were : asked to
choose between' a "measure of In.
tegration' -or a "closed, public
Venable school" ,? ;j )
The results were 177 for partial
integration; 128 for closing the
school and 138 not voting.
Thirteen "Negro students nave
applied for September admission
to the school under an order by
U. S. District, Judge John Paul
- 0.40 1:15, S:45r 6:15; :45
month put Mi aggregate. total
tareaehed STOO to $800. DUt;
School Shut Down
for Charlottesville to desegregate
its schools next. fall. -r 1
There was no official comment
by city or state leaders on the
poll but it brought, immediate
criticism from segregationists
"The questionaire solves noth.
ing," said Robert Ready, who ran
for .City Council on a segrega.
tionist. ticket last year.-i i :
: I'f the question had read: 'Do
you favor integration or the clot.
mg of the school?'! he, said, "The
results of the i. pou, would nave
"Therei Is ho-such thing1 as par.
tial Integration, he added.
, Beidy said the 138 who did not
respond "realized 1 there was r no
choice and did not feel the quei.
tion iustified an tDSvet";
Mrs. Morris Brown, head of the
Council on Human Relations
here., aid the outcome of the
poll, was ."gratifying."
"When the entire community
has become aware of the actual
choice before it."' she said. "I
believe thejr will accept a similar
Results of the poll were turned
over to the School Board at its
reeular meeting Thursday- night
but School Superintendent Fendall
R. Ellis made Bo comment.
He said. howevef. that the
board would not consider the ap.
plications of the 13 Negroes seek.
mg admission to Venable school.
nor those of 17 other Negroes who
seek admission to other Chariot
tesville schools, before July.
tesville schools, before July, r:J.
, Gov. J. Lindsay Almond was
not available for comment.1 How.
ever, when told that the poll was
being conducted ? last week, '? he
said he did not understand "a
measure of integration" and as.
serted that "there is. uo such
thing." , V
Accused of Pressure
On Ills' ihgazine
NEW YORK fUPI)-The Amer.
ican Civil Liberties Union yester.
dav accused the National Assn.
of Secondary School Frincipai of
an ; Unquestionable instance of
pressure group censorsnip oe.
causn of action taken against a
national magazine, that published
an article critical of some aspects
of American education. i
The ACLU said that Paul E.
Elicker, NASSP, executive secre.
tary, had sent a letter to the 13,.
000 members of the association
urging them to threaten cancella.
tion of school subscriptions to Lire
magazine because of the article.
The ACLU; protested the action
in a letter to Dr. Lyman V. Gini.
ger, president of the 1 National
Assn. of Education with ; which
the NASSP is affiliated.
' The Life .article held up "cod.
dling and entertaining the medio,
ere, : substitution of driving
courses for chemistry, and. other
weaknesses as significant exam,
pies of failure, in American
The ACLU also charged that
the NASSP in its retaliatory ac
tion requested the principals to
call on teachers, parents and citl.
zens to register similar protests
without revealing the NASSP as
the source of the appeal. This,
the ACLU said, was an "injune.
tion of concealment'', which
amounted to "censorship by con.
The ACLU urged in the letter
to Ginger that the NEA make a
"complete and immediate repu repudiation"
diation" repudiation" of the letter distributed
by the NASSP. ,
US Files Suit To Force Onassis To Comply
With Agreement To Build 3 Supertankers
NEW YORK, June 13 (UPIj
The government filed suit
yesterday in federal court to
force the Aristotle Onassis ship shipping
ping shipping interests to construct three
new super-tankers in the Unit United
ed United States.
. The government suit accused
the multi-millionaire owner of
the world's largest fleet of oil
tankers of breaking a promise
to build the vessels.
They were to be replacement
tonnage for 14 vessels transfer transferred
red transferred to foreign ownership in
1957. Estimated cost was 50 mil million
lion million dollars. :
The agreement was part of a
complex arrangement set up
after Onassis, an alien, bought
surplus tankers after World
War II in violation of a law
specifying they', must go only
to UJS, citizens. -, 1
The suit named three de defendants
fendants defendants Alexander S. Onas-
Marks Army's Own
; A salute to U.S. Army Caribbean
will be presented over CFN to tomorrow'
morrow' tomorrow' to mark the 183rd anni
versaries of the U.S. Army and
A j special Panorama program
will include a 5:45 p.m. radio
broadcast of "The Army Hour"
which features the U.S.1 Army Ca Ca-ribben
ribben Ca-ribben School. This locally -produc
ed show recently was broadcast
coast-to-coast in the states over
the American Broadcasting Com
pany network.. Narrated by M-Sgt.
Robert L. Groover and Sp-3 Joe
T. Daly, both of the USARCARIB
Information Office Maff. tne oro.
gram include a dramatic reading
of the UoAKUAiuiJ scnooi creea
by stage, screen and television
star Raymond Massey.
Students and instructors or tne
Jungle Warfare Training Center
are to Tnake a live appearance
pn the Panorama TV spotlight at
5:45 o'clock. Among those schea
uled to nartlcipate are Col. Als
ton Crimes, commanding officer
of the 3rd Training Regiment, U.
S. Army Training Center at For
Dix, JN. J., tne .s. voionei xo av
tend the complete JWTC course.
and Capt. Gene iBlackwell, of Fort
Breff. N.Ci a former University
of Alabama star andprofessional
football Player, 1st Lt. John Grow
nd 1st Lt. Robert E. Downen are
the JWTC instructors slated to be
on the program.
Occuovine the 6:30 p.m. TV ot
on Panorama will be a tribute to
the Army and the Infantry.- -The
show, filmed in th com'
mand. hiehliehts recent events an
USARCARIB and depicts some of
thetrainihg carried on here.
The Army birthday celebration
on the Atlantic sidetomorroW will
bus held at Building 214.' Fort Gu-
lick, instead of at Fort Davis as
i In the event of inclement weath
er the ceremony will be cancelled
In Ancen Tombrrov
For Mrs. Corco, 85
' trteh TMiulem mass will be held
at 9 o'cloclc tomorrow morning at
the Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon
inr Mr Maria Cros Corco, of 1
Jnse G. Duaue -Avenue in Bella
Vista, who died suddenly late yes-
rnnductine the mass will be
Father Michael Wye. Interment
will hp at Corozal Cemetery.-A ro
sary service is also to be neia
at 7 o'clock "xo mgni aii. eacreu
Mr. Corco. who was 85 years
old, was born in Olot,. Spain, but
had made ner nome on ine ism-
mus for over 50 years, having come
to Panama in 1906. The family is
well known in Panama' and the
Canal Zone. Her husband, Jose
Corco, who died in 1933, was the
proprietor and operator of the Ho
tel corco in ranamaj city aunnp
the Canal construction period and
for many years' later.
Mrs; Corco'r death Occurred
lust as she was about to enter
George Hospital. She had been suf
fering from a oaa com ana was
taken to the hospital' by her son
and-da punter. She collapsed as she
stepped from the car and was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced dead when doctors reach reached
ed reached her moments later.
Mrs. Corco is survien by her
son: Miguel Corco, Staff Assitant
to the Comotrojler of the Pana
ma Canal Comtany and nrowin
ent member of the Canal .Zone
community for many vearsm'
daughter, Miss Maedalena Corco,
of Bella vista:" ana two grand grandsons,
sons, grandsons, Miguel, Jr.," and Jose Corco.
Fire Breaks Out
In Hold Of Shin
At Cristobal Pier
A small fire broke out today In
the ho'd a German motor vMel
Lunberg docked at pier 6 at Cris.
The fire developed In'No. 2 hold
of the 479-foot vessel and the car.
go of fishmeal was smouldering
early afternoon as crewmen ton.
ed to unload a deck cargo of cot-
on ro that firemen, ci'M get JO
.the JishmeaL.F' ore. .easily Wj,
y Canal Zone fire crews andTa.
nama Canal chemists were, stand.
in? bv. ,. i
The Lunberg is en route from
Chile to Hamburg, Germany.
sis Corp.; Victory Carriers, Inc.,
and Grace National Bank of
New York, trustee for Onassis'
two children in whose names he
operates he. v ... n .
Onassis has "headquarters at
Monte Carlo J-
' Assistant Attorney General
George Cochran Doub, head of
the Justice Department's .civil
division here, said that years
ago the United States sued
Onassis for. recovery: of 21 ves-.
sels two liberty ships and 19
tankers which Onassts-own-ed
: American corpora t i o n s
bought after World War II.'
"A 1916 act specified the war
surplus vessels could be sold
only to American citizens. The
suit charged that they had
been bought by Onassis, an
alien. v;.-. y.,-
' Under an out-of-court agree agreement
ment agreement in 1953, Onassis agreed
to? pay the U.S. government
seven million dollars in addi
tion to the 15 million purchase
price of the vessels. In return
for the transfer of the vessels
To Inlercede For
9 US Servicemen
BERLIN, June 13 (UPD-The
Soviets have refused to, Inter Intercede
cede Intercede with East German com
munists to secure the release
of .nine American servicemen
taken prisoner when their heli
copter strayed into the Soviet
zone last Saturday, u.5. ofli
clals said today. , J.
The Soviet stold the tf.SL the
matter is outside Soviet Juris
diction and the U.S. must deal
with sovereign East Germany.
The Soviets informally said
early this week if the U.S- wants
the men back it would have to
deal with the -East Germans.
The U.S. agreed to talk with
the East German "kidnappers"
although it does not recoenlze
East Germany. ; But ; it- was
awaiting official Soviet rejec'
tion of responsibility before go
ing ahead with the talks;
The West Berlin newsnaner
Der Abend reported today the
Americans; were being held fat
East German police headquar
ters at Strausberg, on the East'
em outskirts of Berlin.-
Western, off icials said the. re
port-was 'very probable.",
The' newsnaner said the men
were subject to constant inter interrogation
rogation interrogation but were being treat treated"
ed" treated" correctly -otherwise.
Soviet delay in answering the
U.S. requests for the men's re release
lease release held :up .East German German-American
American German-American talks.
A&p Cuts Prices
On Two Brands .;;
Of Its Coffee
NEW YORK (TJPn-Great Af.
laniic and Pacific Te&i'Co today
cut prices 2 cents a pound, on two
of its own brands of coffee sold at
retail, dropping prices to the low.
est in live years.
The action follows similar cuts
Wednesday by Grand Union Co."
Both moves reflect surlpus crops
in Latin American, coffee produc.
A&P's Red Circle and Bokar
brands now sell for 75 cents and
79 cents, respectively.
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LCS:30-..ON.6:l'i',u80 ell WILIS -DE1IS HOPPER ;;r.";r,cr" -V )' ( V?)
to Llberlan registry, three new
tankers were to be built here.
This was to include two 46,-
008-ton tankers and one 100,-
00O-ton tanker before Aug. 31,
The suit charged that Grace
National notified the Maritime
Administration last April it was
cancelling the shipbuilding pro program.
gram. program. The bank blamed, "the
depressed condition of the
tanker market and the shipping
Industry," Doub said. ,:
2 Greek Cypnofs
Killed In Clash
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI)-Two
Greek v Cypriote were reported
killed and three others injured in
a ,; ciasn -witn Turkish typriots
about five : miles from Nicosia
British security forces were
rushed to the scene and a bel.
icopter was flown in to evacuate
the wounded. There were no im.
mediate details on the clash.,
In Famagusta, British troops
and. colonial police used tear gas
and clubs to break up rival mobs
of Greek and Turkish Cypriots
fighting in the streets,
At; least : 17 Persons were re.
ported injured in the melee, one
of the worst incident? of violence
since ureek typnot agitation
against British rule erupted into
communal rioting between Greek
and Turkish elements two weeks
ago. 1 t '
The street fighting in Fama Famagusta
gusta Famagusta 'broke out when panicky
Greek residents moving belong,
ings out of the mixed Turkish.
Greeksector ran head-on into a
mob i of Tyi-ks. Fists and c'ubs
flailed wildly while church bells
rang out in alarm bringing other
Greeks from their homes armed
with sticks and clubs. 4 '.
Heads were, cracked and blood bloodied
ied bloodied before British troops and col.
onial police could restore order.
The troops fired tear gas bombs
into the scrambling mob and fa!,
lowed up with a series of club,
swinging charges before the not not-ers
ers not-ers dispersed. v
Police Imposed a curfew .on the
port, -40 miles east of Nicosia,
and strong army and police units
patrolled the streets to enforce it.
' In Nicosia, mobs of Turkish Cy.
priots besieged divisional police
headquarters for the second
straight day. They demanded the
release of young Turks arrested
Wednesday as looters of shops
owned by Greek Cyprio.ts.
A strong detachment of British
troops with fixed bayonets sue
ceeded in dispersing the demon
strators without violence or blood.
shed.' i it.
Danny Still Has
Time To Learn To
Be A Bloodhound
Danny the bloodhound was in Ihe
do? 1 house Thursday.' w
Danny left his yard, through an
open : gate yesterday. For hours
het padded and snuffled' happily
among the thousands of holiday holiday-makers.
makers. holiday-makers. "
But there were so many strange
smells he couldn't find his way
home. He was picked up by an Of.
ficial of the Roval Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty tq Animals
and returned home.
Danny's owner said later that
he' "still has time to learn, to be
a bloodhound.' Danny, he vsairl.
"is very young," at 8 months old.
. W .Y PENSE AND teXPLO-
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Senate Committee Approves '.-.House
Bill To Continue High Tax Rates
mi-ASH?T0N' June 13 UPIThe Senate Finance Corr
iTJ u-iiyfs day unanimously approved the House's hold-the
line biU to continue high wartime tax rates on corporations and
such consumer items as new cars, liquor and tobaico.
ihe committee took the action behind closed doors bv voice
Wnlch wouId nave sIashed Personal and other taxes six
bdhon dollars as an anti-recession move. u vlucr "cs s,x
But Douglas was expected to renew the fight -when the la -extension
b 11 reaches the Senate floor. Sen. Gwrw A toStb?
ixoifM Said he. a,so wiU lannch dri'e a that time' to i ibol
excise taxes on transportation.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn
don B, Johnson (Tex.) said the
measure will be brought up as
soon as possible perhaps after
the Senate, completes action on
its pending labor reform bilL
"We can't let these taxes ex.
pire," Johnson said. i
' Congress must act on the
measure before July 1 to prevent
Dealing In Fcke
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
State Department disclosed todav
that an international ring dealing
in,fake U.S. passports has been
smashed by American, v Italian,
French and Dutch officials.
The- ring; which ODerated from
Palermo, Italy, stole or otherwise
obtained -U.S. .passports and al altered
tered altered them to permit illegal entry
o aliens into the United states.
The department said three per.
sons have been arrested in Europe
and eight in' the United StateSi
thus far., It said some members
of the ring are still, at large in
Europe, and isoipe users of the
fake passports are still -being
sought in the United States.
The investigation led officers of
the; various countries along a, tan;
g ed trail from city to city on
boh sides of the Atlantic.
' The ring, the State Department
said, apparently had confederates
working in Milan, Rome. Naples,
and Messina, Italy,., "stealing or
Otherwise collecting U.S. pass-
ports which were then brought to
Palermo for alternation an sale."
Electric computers do the work
of several men, but the girls in
the pf f ice would rather hove the 1
men around. ' 1 ma f
WILLIAM HOLDEN ALEC GUINNESS JACK HAWKINS
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an automatic drop in the lev
which would cost the treasury
600,000,000 a year in the facr
rising defense and anti-recess
costs. :?.; ., .
, The levies originally were i
into effect during the Korean W
with the idea that they would
vert to previous levels after l
emergency. But Congress has t
tended the rates repeatedly. V
Now, with the Treasury fac
a deficit of possibly H billion d
tars next year administration a
Democratic congressional lead
have agreed to oppose gene
tax relief now although they
take another look at the situat.
later this year. .. v r
, The bill approved yesterd
would extend the' higher : corpor
Sn0tt, "rd excise r,tes until,-,Jui
M, 1959, ."r--' r v. M",': ; j
: DougIas's biir,'whkh' wis tabir
by the Finance Committee, wou
have cut personal, taxes $3,000
000,000, excise taxes $2,500,000,0!
and sma'l business and other lev
les $300,000,000. i;-V.'
Smatbers told newsmen h'Ji
not even task the. committee t
consider his proposal to abolisl i,
the 1 per cent excise v tax or
passerfger travel tickets and thef
3 per cent tax on freight ship
He said "the- time as noi
right" but-' that he' would offer,
his proposal on the Senate floor
Weather Or Not
This weather rrnort for the 2;
hours ending s a.m. today, if
prepared by the Meteorologies
and Hydrographle Branch of thf
Panama Canal Company: J
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Huh 8s ,-r, 9
Low r 78 1 77
High ,,98 88
Low 74 69
WIND: 1 ;
(max. mph) S-15 SE-16
RAIN (inches) ; 0 0
(inner harbrs) .82 84
i SATURDAY, JUNE 14 i
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