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flood's 'Red Pattern Speech
On ?ecenf isrhrn ian E vents
Ken Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) In Senate speech Jun It charged, among other things, that
Communist-inspired disorders seek to oust the United States from" the Isthmus. ;
Ue "claimed to see a .pattern linkinc the Uma and Caracas attacks upon Vice-President
r.ii hard M. Nixon with the student disorders in Panama. "All were perpetrated by so-called
university students," he said. "All had trained leaders and all were executed with the ruthless
skill and precision characteristic of the Red pattern. . -U ; V V mifl
The following day Panamanian student leader Carlos Arellano Lennox took off on Flood for
' identifying- the flag-plantin "Operation Sovereignty" and other student actions here with
' th ArcUanlnoz said Flood could confirm from. FBI files that there were iio" Communists
! nvoived in Operation Sovereignty, and accused the congressman of believing that' only Com Communists
munists Communists could conduct a movement with skill and effectiveness VV'-V l
I3e suggested that Flood convert his alleged struggle against Communism, which only serves
to make martyrs out of Communists, into a strugle to make the US more friendly in the eyes of
Latin Americans." ;v ' "i 4 ... 1
Herewith the Panama American puDiisnes. me iuu unnressiuimi ivcvuru e i m"
troversial speech June 10 by Flood:
j Mr. Speaker,, almost two years
go a meeting of the Presidents
of the American nations at Pana Panama
ma Panama City, Republic of Panama,
,July 21-22, 1956, attracted world,
attention on the Isthmus of Pana Panama
ma Panama and the great canal project
on which the economic well-being
of the Republic of Panama large largely
ly largely depends.
While public interest was thus
focused toward the West, .events
of far greater significance were
'in the making ,in the Near East.
I Four days later, on July. J26,
'what till then had been consider considered
ed considered a 'geopolitical impossibility oc oc-'curred
'curred oc-'curred the nationalization by E E-'
' E-' gypt of the Suez Canal,
' C.'fieially im!ord by th 6ov 6ov-'
' 6ov-' rnmtnt of Panama, this ti ti-'
' ti-' ur of t! Canal started
! chmn of c $ "ecting th
1 Panama C- I nt hat ntver
i ,!,-.), i. A t' at I hv
t Ct.f ..."
' a t A. .1 2, U, on the vi
tally important question of sov sov-''creijjnty
''creijjnty sov-''creijjnty over the Canal Zone
nd Panama Canal, subsequent
! and most tracic events recently
occurring on the Isthmus together-J
witn siacemenis oi, ranaiu4uu
'leaders, now dramatized by the
1 bitter experiences of the Vice
.President of the United States
.during his visits In Latin Ameri Ameri-,ca
,ca Ameri-,ca in early May, impel me to ad ad-,
, ad-, dress the House further ; on : this
.key element in our Isthmian Ca Ca-i
i Ca-i nal policy,
; What are the events, on the Isth.
j mus following v my April 2 ad ad-,
, ad-, dress that first attracted world
; attention? r : : w ; ; ,s i
; : The firs becurred on Aprtl -.3,
,when the Liberal Party of Pana Pana-,ma,
,ma, Pana-,ma, in order to put .President Er Er-inesto
inesto Er-inesto de la Guardia, Jr.;: "on the
.spot,' announced plans for"a peti peti-ition
ition peti-ition to the Government, bf Pana Pana-ima
ima Pana-ima asking for rights, to explore
for oil and minerals in the Canal
! Zone. .. . r'-'.i::XC''"'-'-':-
When requested to comment on
t this demand,' I stated that such
(questions were legal and I hoped
that constituted Panamanian; '; au au-i
i au-i thorities would know how to deal
'with them. s-'-'.-y-j .--' ;
A second event was the publi publi-I
I publi-I cation in the EstrellA. de Panama
fon April 18, 1558, of a, statement
J by Sciior Alfredo Aleman, JrM
'chairman of the foreign relations
committee of the National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly of Panama. Some of its most
significant pointsare summar summarized:
ized: summarized: First. Revealed i that Panama
now has in preparation a "White
Book" -to present to world opi opinion
nion opinion its views on the sovereignty
Second. Stated that Panama
would be ready at any time to
submit this question to proper in international
ternational international courts for settlement.
Third. Demand a larger siure
In toll receipts of the Panama
Fourth. Qiioted in April IS,
1906, statement by former-Secre
tary of Avar ..William H.'Taft out
o historical context 4 in Justifica
tion of Panamanian views on
the Canal Zone sovereignty 'ques 'question,
tion, 'question, ;. ,-
A third episode occuring In the
United Slates was major poli political
tical political address by Sefior Don Ri-
cardo M. Arias E., ambassador
of Panama to thi United States,
on April 29, 1958, at 'the Edmund
A. waisn school of loreien aerv
ice of Georgetown University in
thlS City. ; ,- v .-.-!.,.....(
A grandnephew of Tomas Arias',
one of the founding fathers of the
Republic of Panama who,' on Dec.
.4,. 1303, signed the Panamanian
certiUcation of the Uay-Bunau-Va
rill a .Treaty, Ambassador Arias
should La well acquainted ' with
lottiiii;, i t.-isry.' ..;' v,;
:' I have iut sdJresi of Ambas
sador Arias, which was placed in
the. Record of Way 28 by;, Sen.
Adam Clayton Powell,' Jr., of
New York. Its text, I assume',' is
VViiils Ait.basiadar Arm'
L. J U L
Gtergttown Univirsitv -address
contains much that is historical
ly valid. It also features many
stattmtnts and interpretations
that certainly can bt eha llenj llenj-d.
d. llenj-d. ,'
However, since a detailed analy.
sis. would, be too lengthy for ; our
purposes today, I mujt limit my myself
self myself to key points. 1 1
In line with the lead frbm Se Sefior
fior Sefior Aleman at Panama, Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, Arias likewise took up the
spvereignty : question and made
this significant revelation,:
"The foreign policy ot my ctnn ctnn-try
try ctnn-try during the list 50 years ,has
been to exert every effort in or order
der order to obtain at least for Pana Panama
ma Panama conditions similar to those
granted by the. United -States to
Colombia in January 1903."
For this objective, he added:
"I am sure that m the end Pa Panama
nama Panama will attain her purposes."
1 ,!v critical of the United
ir bi. vouJ an w
1 discussion of the foreign
policy of the country to which he
it accredited t 1
, Thus, X must question the, pro'
pnety of its delivery in our midst
for proaaganda purposes.
For the present however, ; 1
shall only call attention ; therefb
with this comment: if conditions
were reversed and the .United
States Ambassador to Panama had
made a vsimilar .' public utterance
critical of Panama.- his recall
would have been (demanded im
mediately by the Panamanian Gov
ernment. - v
That events on the Isthmus
were heading toward some inci
dent affecting the efficient opera
tion! of the Panama canal : has
long1 been, evident. 'f"-f-;:'
, In early March of this year, I
warned Tproper, authority; of .. this
possibility, specuically mentioning
that radic.l Panamanians' might
at hipt to raise their flag in the
Also in my address '! to the
House on April 2, I emphasized
that we should not. w.ait until some
tragic incident occurs to spur us
to action. 'r--,,,.?:;;y:,:y.
Now, Mr. Speaker, was I undu unduly
ly unduly apprehensive : of the .situation
so extensively presented and docu documented
mented documented in y two addresses?,
Far. from .1l. :H-:'' r,rH. A
Subsequent devefopfnents eh
the Isthmus, which are new re revealed
vealed revealed in the light ef tragic ext
periencet of the Vice President,
in Lima and Caracas as parts
ef well-planned campaigns
gilmf the United States and
for the everthrew of cemfitu
tienal government in Panama,
have already eccured; and the.
end, I fear, is not yet.
In a carefully organized raid in into.
to. into. Canal Zone On May 2n 1958,'
called '"Operation; Sovereignty,"
Panamanian University students
planted 72 Panamanian flags at
various locations, including in
front of the canal administration
building an eventuality piat J
foresaw, and had sought to pre
vent by: timely notice.
It is significant to note-that the
raid of flag planters was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Panamanian newspaper
photographers who took pictures
of some of the flag traisingS,
which were published in Panama
with reproductions, in- other coun-
tri. . ) -!:.., -v'.
Through it appears that some
of. these highly provocative v inci
dents were a witnessed by Canal
Zone police, it, is indeed strange
that no arresfts or detentions
were"1 made for these breaches of
tne peace and the trespassers
were allowed to leave the Canal
one without obstruction.
:: This flar-rilantins demonstra.
lioUj Mr. Speaker, was not a sim simple
ple simple matter: that can b dismissai
as mere student pranks or eothu-
siasras. iasteao, it was a caicU'
lated move in worldwide 'psycho
logical warfare of Communistic
pattern ajainst the .United' Statps.
Jt promptly received.' .extensive
coverage in Latin America
'If I t,fi? people
also' in the Soviet press.
No doubt it will be exploited to
the maximum advantage of those
seeking to wrest control of the Ca Canal
nal Canal enterprise from the United
The only action taken by Canal
Zone police was to collect tne
flags and give them to Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian officials who returned them
to the students.
Had the conditions ttf the flag-,
. raising incident been in re reverse
verse reverse order, with North Amer
leans invading the' Republic, of
Panama at participants In such'
provocations, authorities of Pa
name would have dealt 1 with 1
them with the utmost vigor. t
The significance ol the flag-rais
ing incident in the Canal Zone, so
well covered in the press, was
instantly recognized in the United
The Panama Canal Society of
AVashington, D.C., composed .of
s "rvivini buil(l'ri n"i o!ut
k.u,J with-i. j. .1, f
prise,.,. members' of the Armed
Forces and B'oreign Service who
have seen duty on the isthmus
and know its problems and dan dangers
gers dangers at fust hand, took prompt
, On the accasion of its 23rd an
nual meeting in the Nation's Ca.
pital on May 10,' 1958, the socie society
ty society in a notable program "devoted
to a discussion of the admmistra
tion of the Panama Canal under
the Reorganization Act. of 1950
Thompson act -- adopted resolu resolutions
tions resolutions that, strongly reinforce the
views I have repeatedly stressed
as to what should be done by. the
Congress with respect to the pr.es
ent situation! at Panama.
The resolution follows:
j "Whereas at;- the 23rd annual
meeting of the Panama Canal So Society
ciety Society of Washington, D.C., held
on May 10, 1957, it adopted by
unanimous vote, resolutions de declaring
claring declaring that the Congress should,
by formal action, reaffirm the
long established and practiced po policy
licy policy of the United States in hold holding
ing holding hat It exercises complete
and exclusive sovereignty over the
Panama Canal and the Cana'
Zone, in perpetuity, under solemn
treaty provisions, for the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and operation of the canal
and" the government of the zone;
and .V v..;;:;, j; Vf ':...'.;;;
"Whereas there was introduced
in' the House' Jnne 6, ;' 1957, -,by
Congressman Daniel J. Flood, of
Pennsylvania,! House "' Concurrent
Resolution 20S nrnvlrlme fTbat 111
i. is the senile and judgment of
the congress 5 that the United
States should 'not, in any wise,
surrender to 'any other 'Eovern'
ment or authority its jurisdiction
over, ana control, of, tne capai
Zone, and its ownership,, control
management, maintenance, opera operation,
tion, operation, and protection of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canalin accordance with ex
isting1 treaty .provisions;, and that
2) it is to the best ntercsts
not only of tliei United States but,
as well,; of alt nations arid Co
pies that all the powers, x duties,
authority,; and' obligations of the
United Stales be continued in ac
cordance With existing treaty pro-
.visions, and, :.',,:,: 4.,iy.,
"Whereas recent unfortunate
and highly provocative incidents
occurring m Panama and the Ca
nal Zone, furnish added and Sm:
perative reasons for the adoption
A- (Continued on Page 1),va
. WASHINGTON, June 20 (UPI)
' Rep. Charles O. Porter
(D-Ore.) Jestingly suggested to-
U day that the United, states em-
lyawj wvv v v .uv-o t w vwjytv
Dgminican Lt. Gen. Rafael Tru Tru-Jliio
Jliio Tru-Jliio Jr. into ''seeing that bis
country remains in the Ixtt
world's defense system., -.,
Porter, a, hitter foe of the
regime ot youna; Trujillu's dic dictator
tator dictator father, commented acidly
In. th Coneressional Record on
the recommendation ef the
knew the truth end the
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1331
Flo Lieutenant Not A Liu!: Boa,
Ihzl Plaything's A Dig Bushmaster
A little uneasy and still visibly
101st Airborne Division, Ft. Camp-
101st Au borne Division, r t.Camp t.Camp-bell,
bell, t.Camp-bell, Ky.,and now a student at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center at
Fort Sherman, this week was rest resting
ing resting quietly after capturing and del
ivering to the JWTC zoo, a six.
foot bushMaster, the second larg largest
est largest species, of poisonous snake in
tne world. --, . v .: -,,'
The lieutenant captured the rep.
tile while on "jungle attack and
defense problem, a regular part of
; Not knowing the deadliness of
the shake, he brought it back to
a zoo maintained byJWTC to or orient
ient orient students on Central American
wildlife, and Said: "Here's anoth another
er another boa constrictor for your getting
a picture of the two together.;
No,r thanks'," said' the 29-year-old
officer from Nevada, Mo., "but
- Mrs. Henrietta L. Sullivan wife
of CWO Richard M. Sullivan, died
at waiter Reed Hospital in Wash,
ington, D.C. Tuesday.
Fuperal services were held yes.
ituajL .iLcmuua at .fHiiugiuu.
tional Cementery .at Arlington, Va.
i. Mrs.- suiuvan u survived by her,
husband the former, administrat administrative
ive administrative assistant to the U.S. Armv Car
ibbean adjutant general, and three
children James R., 11 and Patrick
T., 9 and a married daughter in
the states. r-
.The Sullivans departed the Can
al Zone in early May.
Ask For I lew. Trial
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. (UPI)
Two former Truman .administra .administration
tion .administration officials slated to start prison
terms tomorrow have appealed for
a new trial in U.S. district court
; Attorneys for Matthew Connelly,
onetime assistant; to the' ex.Presi.
dent, and T. Lamar Caudte for.tor adjournment of the case,
mer head of the Justice Depart
ment's:; tax division made the
motion for a ; new trial before
Judge Gunnar Nordbye Wednes.
Connelly and. Caudle wera con convicted
victed convicted in St. Louis ;.on charges
they conspirei ,to; prevent punish,!
ment of an income tax1 evader by
the .federal goverpment An ap.
peal for probation and reduction
of two.year prison terms was de.
nied last week. ,'
20 Canal Jobs
. Twenty positions are currently
available with the Canal organiza organization
tion organization on both sides of the Isthmus,
according to the weekly transfer transfer-Vacancy
Vacancy transfer-Vacancy bulletin.'' f y 1"
Rypes of work listed include au.
tomotive machinist, chauffeur, civ civil
il civil engineer, clerical, clerk L steno.
grapher, clerk typist, conductor,
file clerk, oreman, general engi.
neer, marine machinist,! medical
technician; motor boat operator,
office helper, lock operator, pump,
ing plant operator, j locomotive
crane-rigger operator and junior
sanitation inspector. (! ;
Lumber Thief I Gets
A 10-day jail sentence was im imposed
posed imposed in Balboa Magistrates Court
today 'oh Panamanian' Jose Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Zapata for stealing a quant quantity
ity quantity of -lumber, vlued at $7 belong belonging
ing belonging to Chain Singh, at Old Quart Quarters
ers Quarters No. 938, La Boca. He pleadc'd
hot guilty;- :'r'i'-i' 'rc-r'i Vs
' He is also charged with return!
ing to the-Canal -Zone after being
deported. Judge John E. Deming
found prqbabje cause and j com.
mitted Zapata to district court for
iriri. -..-v. ':-: -,;J
Dominican Congress that trea treaties
ties treaties with the United States be
broken and the U.S. missile missile-tracking
tracking missile-tracking base there be cancel cancelled.
led. cancelled. Tonjru-in-check, he offered
four joiW Viays cr metlnif
"thl3 graTe eir.?rency": ;.'''
' -Cail a summit conference
So President Elsenhower can
apoolgize to the elder Trujillo
and give him the Legion of
Courtmartial and execute
c'czr.lryig t zf t Abrchct Lincoln,
Ill stick with the real boas from
Boas are handled regularly by
the student officers, as they are
practically harmless, to a human,
their bite being non-poisonous.
The bushimster is not only the
largest such reptile captured in
this i area, but the only one deliv
ered to the zoo that has survived
for more than a few hours.
Due to an extremely fragile back
Virtn i 4 h t a enalra im nnnflir Kir irm
fatally injured when captured, dy
ing, within hours from a., woKen
The bushmaster and the boa con.
stridor are similar both in mark
ings and size, easily leading to
Kn.it.M.n,'. nnt.n'ii.lln l.t.l am
ror iv .' y --,-'' .i
V His beginner's luck held, howev
er, and the snake is now safely &
caged at the JWTC zoo.
William Lasky, victim of &
shipboard stabbing; incident was
to give evidence at u'lsiooai to
dav aeainst a' fellow seaman
who isxb.fcrge4 Vitn.'atternjpting
tn murder him. 1
' Lasky, US citizen and stewsrd
aboard the United Fruit Com Company
pany Company ship Metapan, 15 giving
evidence before the case Is due
to be heard on July 8 because
he may have to so Stateside
any day f or a nerve operation
due to his injuries,
At Cristobal District iv Court
yesterday, h"? f' ',o ; attacker,
l. :n "1 Lc 5, ap;rjr
cliarged with i.uian?; Lasky
with Intent to murder,' His casi
was postponed ; until July 8,
however after defense attorney
SLT. Frankel said he -wanted to
conduct investigations on board
the ship which is due. to pass
through the Canal again on
June 30. He entered a plea of
not guilty on Denan oi nen
dxlcks. .' i
Objecting ; to the application
District AttorneV,- J. Morton
Thomson said Frankel had not
said which witnesses he want wanted
ed wanted to-see aboard the ship, npr
what if acta! he wanted to ob obtain,
tain, obtain, 10 that the court could
decide : whether or. not ',' they
would be relevant. 'V'v ;
In support of a plea that the
case be heard June 23; the DA
Said: "Lasky was discharged
from Coco Solo hospital last
week but he Is in a poor phys physical
ical physical condition-and in a highly
nervous state as a result of the
Injuries he received. His condi condition
tion condition entails, another surgical
nerve .'.operation in trie States
and he may not be able to stay
here much longer.' V''V- ?
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe re
buked Frankel, saying that he
had the ODPortunity of board board-In?
In? board-In? : the Metapan when she
transited the Canal, on Monday
of. this. week. . y.,
Crowe decided- that ..depbsi ..depbsi-tlons
tlons ..depbsi-tlons of Lasky 's evidence' should
be taken, today in case he had
to leave .Panama ? before ; the
case" was heard..' hx.tly--,.
Carlos Augusto Casanova, 3.
Panamanian employe of Coco So.
lo Hospital, pleaded guilty in the
U.S. District ; Court at Cristoba I
yesterday to being involved in a
lottery. : ..;k;''- y
Dist. Attyi J., Morton Thomson
said there was eviderice" of ; Casa:
nova selling chaiices of an illegal
raffle at the hospital,- the results
based on the numbers of the Na National
tional National Lottery .. --
Judge Guthrie 'J'. Crowe sontenc.
ed Casanova to a fine of $100, sus
pended for three years.-
World's Defense System?
the Army of ficers-who decided
against giving young' Trujillo a
diploma from the Army com command
mand command school at Fort Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, ican. . (
Lrpitch "selected movie
stars to Trujillo Junior to urge
him to persuade pattr Vs re i
j$m. tne .fret wvnd dtiense
scheme." -, f
Porter added -that 1 reject
the first, second and third, and
I strongly ; recommend t ii e
Up. C)n April,
' .;'! K'.-l I. '. .. ';
Down On '57
Transits throueh'the Panama
Canal continued on a high level
during the month of May when 778
commercial and government-own.
ed ocean V going vessels passed
from ocean to ocean, according to
official figures released it Balboa
Heights. ,,. .-;..'';:
. The figures showed in increase
of 22 vessels Over the number us.
ing, the Canal in April but 29 less
than the total number of ; ships
transiting in the month of May
Tolls for the month of May were
$3,613,339, of Which $83,403 wei
tolls credits on-V.S. Government
Ships. '. ii'.i ,, '.r;'re I
Transits for; the first 11 months
of the fiscal year totaled 8742 o.
cean.gomg commercial and gov;
ernment-owned ships as compar.
ed with 8,045 vessels making the
Canal transit during the compar.
anie penoa in 1957. v
Although total ;tolls for the first
11 months of the fiscal year 1958
were $3,467,405 higher than tolls
collected during the first 11 months
of Jast year, .there was a reduc.
tioa in the amount of cargo car.
ried on ships using the .Canal, v
Cargo tonnage moving in ocean.
going vessels or the first 11
months of fiscal year .1958 in lone
tons was 44,971,058 as- compared
with 48,025,928 long tonj during the
nrst 11 months of fiscal year 1957,
To Pi!!. D Tc r z r 3 v
a One' of the six fully, automatic
telephone exchanges operand by
thU.S. Army Signal Corps on the
Pacific 'aide of' the Isthmus will
hold open house tomorrow in ob observance
servance observance ot the. Signal Corps' 9ath
The public is Ihvited to visit the
Corozal telephone exchange any
time between the hours of 9' a.m.
and 4 'P.mv':Klri,i''.:'fe-;.ifv',.
Visitors will be able te view the
action of -automatic v- switching
equipment used by the dial system
and see other mechanical marvels
that are part I of the U S: Army
Caribbean ; communications net
work. -'UV'-' -'.:-'. -v
In addition, there will be dis
play of walkie4alk(es,'''2tactical
rauio uansmmers ana receivers,
neia type teletypewriter machines
and Held telephones, r i,' ; ; :
Guids will he on hand to con
duct the visiting parties and ex.
plain -ue behind-the-scenes opera,
tion of the exchange. ; t
,, To honor the USARCAR IB Sign-,
al Section on the anniversary,
CFN-TV will present ."The Signal
Siory' at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow Sat Saturday.;
urday.; Saturday.; This is a locally produced
film ; depicting Signal activities in
San Bas Indian-
Keturne vets b
Months In Prison ;
'A ; San Bias Indian was told by
Judge Guthrie Crowe in the Cris
tobal District ; Court yesterday
tnrougn an interpreter "Apparent,
ly you would rather be inside the
penitentiary than out, so vou can
go mere tor another six monhs of
The Indian, Antonio Jimenez, a
linn X) rtK Af rt f?ninlnn ' fcli . Dm,
Carvi an, was charged with return.
Ing to the Canal Zone after depor.
tatidn. He pleaded guilty, t ,-
Dist. Atty. Jv Morton Thomson
Said Jimenez had first been de.
ported in 1939. The DA then rea.d
out a. long list of, Jimenez" Subse.
quent penitentiary sentences for
returning to the ZoneJimene? on.
ly left the pen a few weeks ago af.
ter serving a ; two year sentence
imposed in 1956 for returning to
the'. Zone. I uX: ::' 'xh-' if.''
Rep, ; Gardner R. V Withrow
(R-Wis.) took a different tack
in another statement inserted
in' the record. He had "firm
doubts" that the Dominicans
acted because .of "embarrass "embarrassment
ment "embarrassment at the Army school in
Kansas." , J(
"I urn forced ,to believe that
it has been the bitterness of
the r United 1 States- Congress
which brought about this
wiser," Withrow said.
In Julv CIisc!k
. WASHINGTON. June
hower today Signed a bill giving classified U S: govern government
ment government employes, includina those in the Pn
Zone a 10 per cent pay increase, retroactive to Jan. 12.
The President asked Congress; for; a supplemental
appropriation of unspecified amount to cover- the increase
iwi me, i7jo ri5coi year, wnicn ends June iQ. ; f
In a letter to House Sneaker, Sam
hower ,asked Congress to appropriate such "amount as
may.be necessary" to cover the pay increase back to
January and through the end of June, '
As a result of the bill an estimated 2650 Federal
civil service workers on the Canal Zone will get pay in increases
creases increases totalling $1,644,000 annually.
I he IU per cent increases will show, up in July's first
pay checks; though the retroactive pay .will take-till Joter
in. the month to come through.
' News of the signing of the
bill ; travelled round the Zone
as fast as a Balboa- Heights
erhploye heading for the cafe cafeteria.
i But ZonUns wete warned
"You will not find the rise in
V day s rq. r1
' A pay cUpatnicnt HiOkM HiOkM-'
' HiOkM-' man- at Balboa Heights said
the preparation of Jlonday'a
checks was too far Advanced
now' for the change to be
made, We promised, however,
that tt the rise wilf Hhow in
pay checks due July 7,' S and
9.. .v; .'ii
The-'lunip sum for retroactive
payment will be made, by spe special
cial special check around the following
pay day, July 2i, although, the
exact date will not be announc
ed. until lter,,,.A' 9
The spokesman warned that
people ho left' Federal em employment
ployment employment before the signing; of
the bill will not receive the re retroactive
troactive retroactive -payment. However, the
estates of people who nave tuea
since Jan. 12, when the raise
became-, effective,, will., benefit.
vlanwhlle the lucky-10 per percenters
centers percenters were .calculating how
much thev will receive and how
they will spend it. Said one
Canal employe; "Of course this
is the .-holiday season and my
money will be spent on a few
extra luxuries during a State Stateside
side Stateside holiday, I think many peo people
ple people are planning ,; the same
thing : providing the retro retroactive
active retroactive payment is made in time
for them.? i'; t-h :: t '';:;
LThe average employe with a
Three New PCers
' Three new employes? all hired
locally,: joined the Canat organiza-
tion during the last twu weeks in
May, according to 1 information
from the Personnel Bureau.
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In addition to the full-time per.
manent employes, there were a
large number of student assitants
who joined the Canal organiza.
tions in May lor temporary era.
ployment during the vacation
1 Permanent new employes are:
Normand J. Goulet, towbot mas.
ter in the Navigation Division, in
Balboa; Marvin D. Metheny, locks
security patrolman,1 Gatun Locks
and James F. Burgoon. commis.
sary supervisor Gamboa.
The younger Trujillo was de denounced
nounced denounced on the House floor
last month when lavish gifts
he presented to movie actresses
came to light during debate on
a xoreirn- aia cm continuing
money lai his country,
Withrow said he learned some
of the gifts were iven last
Christmas. Timing of the reve revelations
lations revelations several -months' later, he
said,, "suggests a press agent
20 YllPlV li p;;-V r:.?
; A (tafmtnt Jhe single
wag teal bill new waiting
ttlemant by Heui-Snal can can-fartas
fartas can-fartas in Washington, was nu.'e'
today by J Castillo, prid.'i
nt f LocalrWy GCIOC, CID
Ht. aid"W warn employes.
f local rat rolls in tha Canal
lent thai the only benefit which!
will be applied to a lari group'
of employes will bo rotiromtnt
. "As ifar as salaries are eoiv1
corned, only a few hundred pee. .'
pi will have ; substantial In
creases. -;.,i':'-Vi,i- ,
r "Our fight for equality f -pre
motion and opportunities is fust t
beginning. We sincerely hep
everybody join the labor unions
as the only means' to achieve
..our goals.'' '.'... (
salary around $6000 a year will
receive about, $300, gross retro,
active pay. The retroactive pe
riod contains 11 pay periods of
880 workins: hours, so the sum
can be worked out by multiplv-'
ing. the hourly increase by 889.
Then six and a half percent
must be. deducted for -etlre-'
ment v benefit and 20 percent
for Income tax. .' v :
y 1 1 t
-'The President signed the bill
before leaving the White House
for a top-level : defense confer
ence at Quantico, Va. ;
.The announcement was maaa
about -90 minutes la ter, by as associate,
sociate, associate, White House press see-1
retary Anne Wheatpn.
t' Thl bill grants an estimated
542 million, dollars a', year in
raises to about 1,021,000 Federal
civU service, workers.
Retroactive payment -of the
raises for this' year will" cost an
estimated 800 million dollars.
The bill also grants 'raise
to about 67,000 scientists and
engineers who already receiv received
ed received pay boosts of various sites
over the past two years.
The legislation also creates
599 new jobs for top-level pro professional
fessional professional f- administrator and
some scientists and engineers.
Their salaries will ran be between
tween between 1 $13,000 and $19,000 a
year -. :
Carlos Cambra Jr., 18 Panaman
ian was fined $10 at (Balboa Ma
istrates Court for driving an au o,
mobile on Roosevelt Avenue
out a valid operators license.,
A U.S. serviceman, Richard II.
Rothrock, 31, assigned to the U.S.
Navy at Rodman, was fined 29
yesterday for driving under the
crossing gate at the Miraflore'
bridge railroad crossing while, tin
gate was being dosed. r
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Tke MjH Box h epea Untm fw ratten l The Pimm Amerk.
Letters a recarv. friUfutf tad are fcnais in wholly eeeti-enttaJ
. It ftm eontribate lett-t Impatient if oe1 appear tke
Mxt 4ty. Letten art publish, to lha order tecehre.. L
Ntaes try ta keep lha ktteri limited ta aaa paae tanartv .
- Identity e Mm vrttan it held to strictest confidence
Tbit newspaper aoamaa M responsibility o state-Mats ar epMiem
txprtmd In latter ham readers.
THE MAIL BOX
CONCERTO FOR CORRESPONDENTS
' First of all, let me say that I know who the Time corre correspondent
spondent correspondent in Panama is. It's no secret, but let me make these
'specifications about him. First and toremost he does not uve
1 5 on the1 CZ. Second, to my knowledge, he has never worn dun dun-gams
gams dun-gams nor khakis. ; -j T,i; il ;u
One month alter "superiiciar Time nas n wuue ua
concert, our wonderful critic "R. J. That Is" iMail Box, June is)
.. t t trit a iPttjr after gnenaina-. time at the Thesaurus
, (obviously) or at a good 25 cent dictionary. For .instance, our
friend says, "Inexact... in its purpose." Inexact in its descrip.
tion perhaps never in its purpose m -' ...
In his second paragraph oar friend R. J. That Is" says,
"everyTjiihg... was carried out by Gringos.v Many, many para para-graphs
graphs para-graphs later when credit is due it was Panamanians., But; more
about that later. '-' ' ;"- ,.'
. At least twice "R; J. That Is" blames or compliments (de (depending
pending (depending whether the onions were digesting or coming upr the
US Foreign Service. .As any child in the imv grade knows, there
is a dllierence (but big) between the united States Foreign
Service and the United States information Service. V;';-';
' Of course we aU know that it's mighty important to. list the
selections correctly. That is the first rule of criticism (Right,
"R J. That Is"?) ergo Time really goofed. But why does our
lriend then go into nationalities, ethnic and .religious gioups?
Does it really matter what country the man comes from if ce
composes well? Or what his religion la? &&-L
. ireaUze this listing was to demonstrate 'R. J. That Is s
erudition.' In one paragraph he refers to a Piano concert and
in the next paragraph claims it was periormed on; the piano.
. Nonsense; it was performed on the ul-tempered clavichord.
Getting on with it the day after the concert I heard that, of
course, the musicians could have used the dressing .rooms. Now
our friend tells us their trunks were too big.1 There they go
again, those bragging Gringos even their trunks are exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated those pachyderms. . -,'.,.' J; "
Nobody has chuckled more at being called CZ than the
Timeman with his sense of American humor.. However, Gringo
Timeman did not specify who the gatecrashers were, touv .-..it,
J. That Is" is careful to point out that they, were not all Pan Panamanians.
amanians. Panamanians. Certainly ringos were Gcrashing its not a Pan Pan-amaniatt
amaniatt Pan-amaniatt prerogative, not, even here. f; 5 ': S-A ; j
Throughout, the diatribe of "R. J. That Is I considered
that many mistakes were typographical errors. Any other close
reader of the paper would do the same. However, we come
across a reference to "Monteaux." He means, of course, "Mon "Mon-teux.'
teux.' "Mon-teux.' Thls is followed by "loud-speaking systems. God knows
her in Panama orators can only be described thusly, but other otherwise
wise otherwise it's known as a PA or pubiio address system. ;
Now we come to the technical part. (You still reading, R. J.7
I stayed with you, now you stay with me.) Undoubtedly at the
City Center they applaud between movements or 'between
Bangs," as you say. But here in Panama at performances of
famous' ballerinas I have seen and heard the same. Yeah, 1
know Gringos. However, "R. J." Goes on to say 'movement
of famous, arias." Now we have something different! Move Move-ments
ments Move-ments iff symphonies I know, but "movements. in arias he
haS Iwant Tto point out that Time never.' set out to give serious
- criticism. to,teconcertt It a jiot, the, un.cttr of a, stringer
! to crltlcfeK 'Every composition,1 every nuance tf this great con conductor
ductor conductor has been written, about at length by Time's music ed editor.
itor. editor. The only way our "non Time magman" could write about
.the concert was to go on about a few, off-beat items.
. Oh sorry, I almost forgot. "R.. J. That Is" at length about
the Panamanian sponsor. How much money he put up J
mean "risked.", The next time some Panamanian has to -'risk
his capital that way, please call me. That's the way I want $0
risk my money.
WHO WEARS SHORT SHORTS
Sir: ,iv, k- .v
I, for one, throughly enjoyed Ml.C.'s letter (Mall Box, June
it Tt. nvnrpd a multitude of sins. M.M.C. is able to state how
she feels, while some of us are unable to do so, because action
f could ce taKen agamst our uusdhxius iur buuik wiiv w- wuii
' I agree with outlawing shorts and tight-fitting attire when
. attending tfce movies or shopping in the Exchange. But for re-
- i.ifi M llLI. A J L If 1 Ai1 Td la
tning a utue more comiurtaoie. 1 ngree wim iviavt.v, i w un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable to bowl in a dress, or enjoy a game of; tennis wear-,
lng a skirt, In this climate, but when you are told what to wear
and when to wear it, what else can you do? v ,; .
I also agree that morale is low. The few things we can do
for recreation now will soon be gone,, according to the, rumors.
Rodman is no longer "Our base."
Blr: t ' ? t
WhaV in heaven's name do the big brass of all the military
bases think they are, when start dictating what a person should
or -should not wear on and around their bases? Meaning we
women of course. I am sure they have the legal right to tell
their enlisted men what to wear and how to dress, but when it
5 comes to women, they should leave hands off. We can't afford
CIUUICB 11AB UJCir wives 1JO.VU IU weal, 1U1 wicu koo tuu ouu".
' I for one rebel against the Navy's publication of June 18,
msff distributed naner. restricting wometfs anDarel.
I don't wear shorts of any kind, but I do like pedal pushers
and slacks and levls. Mine are not skin tight, but comfortable.
When I am cleaning house or working in the garden, I'm
not going to run get all dolled up if I have to go to the PX
or Post Office. Usually I'm in a hurry and I can't see stopping
tor all that foolishness Just to shop or stop for a few minutes.
It's bad enough when the Navy makes lousy parking spaces
around by the Housing office and Post Office. Do they have
to act so old-fashioned about clothes? Stopping the movie at
Cocoli has made the -Rodman theater J unpacked at night. Put
ting. up -stop signs in cocoli, when a caution sign would be Just
as good: Signs aren't going to keep our children safe. It's
teaching safety precautions, and common sense to the younger
generation which is Just Jearning .to drive.
put .to come back to the main, issue, 'I honestly believe if
the Brass at all the posts would let up on some of the tight
restrictions concerning women's clothes in PJC's etc., everyone
would be much happier. ; I'm sure the ones who do wear the
tight tight fitting clothes will go a little easier, for I think it's
their way of rebelling also. -1
'. If they want to do some good, tell their men to quit wear
lng those horrible-looking shorts that make some of them look
like mangy spiders. What is suppose to be comfortable for them
looks terrible to m women. So why not reach a happy medium,
and quit acting like superior Gods?
YIELDING RIGHT OF WAY
. Yesterday on the front page of The Panama American you
ran a story on new Canal Zone traffic rules. A most important
- change refers to "Yield-Right-Of-Way" signs, some of .which
have not been posted as yet. Every day as I drive on Franglr
par.l through the corner on Ancon Boulevard to the old Ancon
Post Office I have had narrow escapes from drivers rushing
down Ancon Boulevard from the Gorgas Hospital who fail to
make a "Full Stop" and fall to yield the right of way to traf traffic
fic traffic on Frangipani street. To all familiar with this corner it is
obvious that from Ancon Boulevard the hill on one's left blinds
-the driver-to--the -merging .traffic on. Frangipani Street,.jCould
the Canal Zone traffic Engineers decide who shall yield?
Respecter of Yield Signs
By V1CTO rtlESEt
Some of tha ateni of Smsia
have been replaced by the worm's
swiirfst escalators. These moviuj
stairs can rush hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of Moscow's citizen deep
into the ground under the Soviet
capuai. in peacetime this under underground
ground underground is the sparsely used sub
way loon circling the Socialiit ci.
ty like the rim of a wheel, with
spoKe-iike spurs running : into a
eenter hub.,, f. ;, ..
But the Russians did not build
for peacetime hey dug as inlri-
cate network of huge stations
wmca oDen on a virtually urt
known ; system of rooms. control
posts,; underground factories and
mmtary depots makine up the
most effective and vastest atomic
and H-bomb shelters m the world.
-Our intelligence services as well
as a small congressional group
led by Rep. Chet Holifield, which
went to Moscow not too long a-
go, have reported all this.-. Yet
mere is not a single pub ie shel-
ter to the U.S., nor have we ap
propnaieu a penny even t to
scratch our cood earth anvwhera
v IUVU VOUOUUVUUU.
This la nat the eld under
ground paradise of frequent mu murals
rals murals and infrequent trains. This
subway system was built after
the war by hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of Gorman slave labor laborers.
ers. laborers. Our Central Intelligence A A-gency
gency A-gency people have reported m
it every shovelful of the way.
Most, of the husky captive Ger Germans
mans Germans the Russians first ued
.for this underground were later
part of the Pharaoh-like slave
contingent c 1,000,000 w h I c h
built the new Siberian industrial
end scientific cities, ; v ;
Rep. Boiifield'i group reported
that the loading platform -spaces
alongside the tracks are upward
of 1,000 feet lone and 80 feet wide.
When the ;' Congressional afmiD
went down into the 'subwavs''
they noted that there were heavy-
doors opening off tnese wide load
ing platform ''halls." Requests for
inspection of the rooms into
which these doors led were curt
The. Congressional i crouo was
part of a House committee which
has been studying the problem of
protecting America from radioac radioactive
tive radioactive fall-out as well as the actual
bomb blasts' themselves. What im impressed
pressed impressed our people was the depth
of the Soviet "subways." They
are 130 feet deep.. After several
months of study and testing, our
military and civilian experts be believe
lieve believe you can build safe shelters
under merely 18 inches of con concrete.
crete. concrete. At least that's what tests
at the Nevada proving grounds
Our eople, J their travels ; s s-round
round s-round Moscow' and on the read
to .the airport ndv from their
plane, saw other signs of an un underground
derground underground system. .This included
what the Congressmen believe are
subterranean factories as evidenc evidenced
ed evidenced by skillfully ventilated mounds
which appear in a regular pat pattern
tern pattern throughout the Muscovite met metropolitan
ropolitan metropolitan ares. ?
The belief is that there are- oth other
er other such undercrounds in other
Russian cities obviously built
at a terrific c6st. All this" was
brought to 'mind last Thursday
morning when the Soviets announc-
ed they were going to train their
enure aauic civilian population ia
how to seek quick cover if the
ram ei bombs come..
However,- the cost of llvlno
through an enemy bomb ettaek
Ms bound to be high in our free
economy than In the Socialist
. push button slave state. But net
so high that we can afford ) to
ignore the warning Implied In
tho Russians' own drive -for un-
After two years of hearings, the
Subcommittee on Military opsra-
tions of the House Commutes on
Government Operations reckons
it would cont, thirty billion do do-larssi
larssi do-larssi billion fa year for tne
next, five years-to protect' our
CerUMy this" is high. But-few
of tne dollars would be wasted, e e-ven
ven e-ven If we look at this cynically.
Most' of the billions would be
spent on labor and :' material.
leaders' of the construction trades
unions told this column- There
would be great need for all' metalsconcrete.-'
glass in' fact the products of all
tne industries wnicn need bolster
ing today... Tens of thousands of
construction workers and thou thousands
sands thousands more in the auto and steel
and mining fields would be re-em
ployed. For digging these shelters
in simniy a v mass, cpnstruenoa
job, similar to that which pre precedes
cedes precedes that mushrooming of any
skyscraper, albeit. on a giant scale
' But we haven't done a thing to
match the Russian underground.
Ordinarily, Walking Is a I Lalthy n
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Right pn Earth
By E0B : RUARK
We1 havn hxrl a riirinm nrall.l
with our prize murder product,
Charles Starkweather. wn imi
to have been responsible for v 11
suiungs in one 01 tne Dioodiesi
SDrees since the pann HmnnUit
real estate in Chicago, and the
Bnusn pin-up poy,L one reter Ma Ma-nupl
nupl Ma-nupl c
Mr. Manuel. SI. and brilliant
he studied law and recently con conducted
ducted conducted his own defense, magni-
fleent.lv hit tear iH Ihia.i
to danee off tomorrow,, barring
The hansinff ia fal ttavmenr In
six capital murders, one kind of
easual murder, and a few bits and
Dieces like hurelarte and !i
theft,; The jailhourse knew him
weu. on past .onenses.
Aitnougn ms scene of molive-lr-si
murder w Srntlni1 Pt
MartUel was1 actually an Amencan
citieen. born. 31 veart men in Mm.
battan. ,y---i 'v'i
He loved attaekinir nmn inn.
pregnant,. some hot; it didn't diffar
to the handsome vmin man vhn
wanted to be a painter when he
was 10, and when he Was IS was
such an accomplished thug that
one criminal critic 01 nis talent
said: "If there had been a univer university
sity university for young criminals, he most
certainly yould have atteaded it
and would have obtained an honors
' He defended himself three times
lost his first case, won his second
ana mougn au ne needed was a
wig' to quality him for the, birl-
liance ofhis.last defense, the hang
man will, have him at last. Be Because
cause Because insanity was ruled nu when
the case was-put to the jury.i
With remarlrahle kritirv fh
court decided, that It this "young.
man was mad, he was mad in
such- a smart way that madness
could be construed as demoniac
intejligence,js togmi the ken. of
most of us normal folfc
r liiv-ft'vrf-'? j .VV.,H'-,?H;A'?!.''H''-.;
This charming fellow escaoed 13
times from reformatories be.weea
the ages of U and 1. He robbed
poor boxes, ana be ; also was a
steadily workingj safe "blower.1 ,V
Apart from the slight cases i of
murder, he has faced 47 criminal
charges since he was 11 years old
He killed whole families in their'
homes; .bstterea and : ; -nurderej
pretty young girls, kicked pregnant
women so they lost their -babies.
And the. only diagnosis was that
he did i; all for fun, to make him
self look big, and that he received
tremendous t Satisfaction 'front in inspiring
spiring inspiring fear around him. ;
1 Certainl he was not normal, a a-ny
ny a-ny more than Hitler was normal,
But they' drew a fine line on the
insanity angle. No man is normal
Who stills callously for fUn.t -'
Our prise exhibit, the "heal"
Mrv Starkweather, Who Just drew
the chair for his senseless killings
in Nebraska,- wai abnormal, -too,
but the JuryKjected the insanity'
plea. j','j.;;:,!,m' viA-
K takes a peculiarly intelligent
insanity to engineer the killing of
11 people of different sexes and
t.kuxis, in different' communities,
the while, stealing ears and cop
ing with the exigencies of daily
uving.; M: .:' 'V:' v ;x :
This brave .bucko of the Jamts
uean fetisnism' school even car carried
ried carried his 14-year-old : sweetie along
wi.h him to provide creature com comforts.
' .Nobody can say what turns these
creeps into killers not poverty,
cer.ainlv. nor hooe for sain. But
i they are past redemption, past re
namu-ation, ana tne old Mosaic
law is the only answer, except we
have to settle for one eye' out of
many ; lost; eyes,1' one tooth for
many lost teeth. 'i'v -. ;-:
,rWe have slobbered' Sver '- our
young for 'too long a time; The
New York police finally have come
around to the Opinion that a few
cracked skulls'will do more to re reform
form reform the misguided luvenlle than
all the sweet talk in the" wold
and tha: they'll all "chicken.' be before
fore before a show ef force.
- It is possibly a harsh thing to
say, and the psychiatrits will jump
me. for saying it but tht likes of
Charles Starkweather' and Peter
Manuel have no right oh earth
with a majority of decent people.
Voir can t bring ; the goou dead
ones back, but you can at least
rid yourself of the bad ones who
are like the mad dog that is al al-mo.5
mo.5 al-mo.5 never cer ified insane but Is
shot -for wildly biting people tn a
f I 3
i t t
who k. ? !r:Ci
and w.-.o t. ; t t .1 v.
toward tt. c- t V i v. !i l j
ISA is A- v 'l-.f'xel t e.
former tc s -r, cow' AijJtint
ueiierai m l ,,vania.
President Rooseve It were snub-
oing tie Gaulie, Eiddle was one
of the few Americans who went
Oil! of hit m-su ti A r. ..n..
. iaaie, men stations j in Lon London,
don, London, war ambaisa : r in th
ernments-ui-exile from Poland, the
Netherlands, Ee'.pium, Norway,
and other cccupiei countries. At
first ha A'A nn r'M... tu.
Trench, but sent a telegram to
"Unless I toar 4mm
Cfmtrarv wilhin 31 kmir. i .t,aii
assume that my mission also in
ciuues me exuea government of
France." : :".
) M.vuc R .11
bassador to de Gaulle. De Gaulle
Was keDt SO in rennranr nt mUiaA
ODerationi that ha Aid nnat
. -r, uvra, ,IU
Know unusn and American troops
were landing m wortn Africa un until
til until 6 e read it in the newspapers newspapers-'
' newspapers-' Biddle ; found him sincere, sen-
sitiv atiihhnrn nn litfl.
not on big things; completely cour courageous...
ageous... courageous... '." .. ., v
Nfttft Kirlrlla sorvitt am miA
w v w ..Ub V
Eisenhower when TV haH
of SHAPE in Paris. He is a Dem
ocral. Since Ike is appointing tew
Democrats to ambassadorships',
1 rlnnhtfnl that h uratfM ui
v -.., V -VVU ; W.-U
Biddle to France. : ?C
(!!) D0GG DO GGCG
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a..f',"',"V.'..' '''.V: ...
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.' ' iCthtrbl Avenue-
FranS Szusma : mid(?lw'jht
boxing champion of Germany, was
being quizzed by Washington so.
nanus aoout tne pugius tc proles
sion. He was in the natinn'r eeni.
tal for a bout with Joey Qiardelr
Io for the benefit of Big Brothers,
- how ao you feel toward he
mar, opposite you ; in the ring?
Do you get mad when he lans
one on you?Vfthe young German
was- asKea. ..u, ..y .-'-,
. "No," jSzuziha replied, "you don't
get-mad.. You ean't afford to get
mad. You want to win. Afcer it's
ftVpr Vftll atlolrA h.n.
f A'Wc : would ;you rather fight
m -ine Doxing ring or tne social
ring r of Washington, where people
really gei mad'! : -,
"In, Washing on,' added beauti beautiful'
ful' beautiful' Irs. Gwen Cafrt'a, herjrelf 4n
arbiter 'of Washington ; socity,
"they, shake hands but don't
speak: ; y-k? I .it-
r Xnonvmous lobbies
'j'M. up-to-date';' Investlgatioiief
lODoymg m tne nation's capital is
lant -overdue. :', ?'... '-iv- -v
The silkv-vo!re(i vVnllom on nil
ed to influence votesN in Congress
ana comrscis i tne Fentaoo are
supposed, to register with the jus justice
tice justice .Per!"",r,ipnt but rr '.and
more" of nem; are finug .: loop loopholes
holes loopholes in the Jaw. -"'iv-v
Ope loop hole is te distribute a
nonymoui literature.. Latest illusr illusr-tration
tration illusr-tration is a neatly' bound ".bock
received, through1 the mails by
Congressmen 'rom "The Long
House,", a publishing firm in New
Canaan, Conn, 1
: It is called "Mainline" and is
authored by Senator "Molly" Ma Ma-lone,
lone, Ma-lone, f the isolationist, v Republican
from Nevada.- vMvV,r'-..-. k k-.
. k-. The book is a lengthy, ramb ramb-ung,
ung, ramb-ung, hitter attack on the recipro reciprocal
cal reciprocal trade treaties. It was-sent to
Congressmen for the obvious pur purpose
pose purpose of Influencing them to vote
against the Reciprocal Trade Trea.
ty Act now before Congress
But the identity of the persons
r.' rr- r
f i r
I ;t ts h,s t3 a
t w uregon wrote
t ta s
r-.e Pf r-
,, 11 wrote ?
i e wno Wit ri'-u.n
fJf"tMhe as' s'ent H
a s-i wnn the compliments of aa
W'rii' I shmild like
to know the came of tVs ei"a
name and address
Replied the publisher: "We were
T ,e r iM Led; to i-:- ? y.
- v vv uua s 1 1 it II li ini TV
Even the auihor ef the book does
not know who he is."
- Thus operate the anonymous lob lobbies
bies lobbies of Washington.
The whopping margm rolled up
cy Democrat Pat
GOP Senator -"right-lo work"
Knowlartd ta California may sound
the death knell of the anti labor,
socaUed right-towork blU, not on-
iti,.. a.Ilorna' but to eeriaia
' California needs 129.000"' signa signatures
tures signatures to get the righ!.to-work bill
on the ballot next fall, and since
the deadline is June 26 it will
probably fail. 1
boat. In WashinKlon whfire Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower s brother contribu'ed to
put across the right- o-wor' nil
m,y.be drPPei. The p-'i ion
lack 38,000 signatures, and be
deadline is July 5.
Ohio needs 350,000 signatures. In Industrialists
dustrialists Industrialists in that heavily Indus Indus-tnahzed
tnahzed Indus-tnahzed state are hiring coll-?a
boys at $90 a week to get signa signatures.
tures. signatures. Theyar reoulred to 'get
only 90 bona fide signatures a
, In Montana, a small state poou-latioti-wise.,
6000 signatures a "e
needed of the total 21,700 and 'he
neadH" is Ju'v 8. Canvassers
( R?t needs a to'rl of '00
signatures by July S and s!iU
larks 5000. The Cntiber of n-i.
merce is taking i half-page ads in
me newspapers urgmjr peooi" to j
sign the petition to that they may t
nave a n?ht to vote .on this issue 4
in November. I
-The whopoing defeat of Sitiitor (
righsto-work to the hilt, isn't go- j
ing to 14 encourage the antilaucr I
drive in these states.
Real Gone Cus
"TLOS ANGKLS (UFI)-"Gus,'
a not-unfriendly 50-pound orsngu.
tan, escaped from his ease it the
Griffi'h Park Zoo today. i
uuei, animal keeppr L, M.
Wendt,' leading the search for
"Gus," said he did not think the
'animal" Would attach anvone "un-J
less they ..grab ,for him.' I r.
..He said the n an of rceaoture
included slipping "Gus" a mickey ;
consisting of a sot ..drink and a
tranquilizer if .searchers could
get close enough.
OBACK TO MOSCOW ?
BONN. Germany (UPIl-ovIet
Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir
Semonov, who suf ered a heart
attack here eight weeks ago', will
travel ; to Berlin today en route
back to Moscow, the government
announced. Seopov became ill
April 25 while accompanying Sov Soviet
iet Soviet Demily Premier Anastas M'ko
yan on an official vhit to .' West
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IT. GOV. IIUGH M.. ARNOLD, who will be leaving the Canal Zone nextmonth; thanks the members of Club Altamlra for thefr farewell tribute following following-the
the following-the annual Fathers' Day program at which he and Mrs. Arnold wereuests of honor. The program; held at the Paralso Theater,, was attended by large
erouD of club members and invited guests from both sides of the Isthmus, ,
Death Toll Rises
To 16 In Canada
VANCOUVER- (UP!) The
death toll climbed to IS yester yesterday
day yesterday in the collapse lot a partly partly-completed
completed partly-completed 18 million dollar
bridge that sent 40 workmen
plungine 145 feet into Vanpouver
Two men ." "still were missing.
Skin divert orobed the dphri-nn
the harbor bottom where their
bodies were believed trapped.
lwenty survivors, rescued in
minutes by boats that converged
on the scene, were hospitalized.
None Was in Cerimia r-nnriirinn
Two other workmen wcrt re!
leasea atier treatment.
A government inquiry' was
launched into the disaster that
caused damage of 3 million-dot.
lars and set back completion of
the bridge six months. ; j
One of the survivors said the
collapse might have been caused
by the weight of a 180-ton mobi.e
crane that nad been driven to the
end of a : new section a few
minutes before the bridge gave
way. Another section fell ifter
the first. 1 -
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May Have Made Thor
otiavtico. Va. (UPI) : The1
nation's top de.ense leaders took
nnrtnr rnnSiripration todaT DrO-
nnsal to reduce mounting De.
tense costs by switching from
giant liquid fuel rockets to cneap cneap-er
er cneap-er ones using solid .fuel which will
carry an H-bomb just as far.
. With the cost of defense in
creasing at the rate of a billion
dollars -a year,' economy was
maior topic of discussion st me
annual "secretaries 'conference
at this Marine Corps base.
The secretaries of the Army,
Navy and 'Air Force,; the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, Defense Secretary
Neil H. ) McElroy and his main
assistants and Adm. ieux Mump,
.AmmanHor in rhipf in the Pa
cific, were among those taking
'in aU, more than 200 military
uilian rlpfnse leaders were
summoned to the talks which will
continue through tne weeuena.
Prfiirlfnt Fispnhower will join the
discussions tomorrow and return
to the White. House the same day.
' The serious doubts being raised
about liquid-fueled" missiles stem
from the fact that cheaper sub.
stitutes already are past the draw,
ing board stage. ,''',.
Snma vnprt contended : the
Navy's .1,500-mile Polaris solid
fuel rocket had .shown the way
toward actueving-mort oeiense
for less money. r
Dniv 2ii feet, hich., the Polaris
will carry an H.bomb warhead, the
same distance as the Air r orce s
70 foot Thor. and the Army's
equally large Jupiter, both, liquid
.-. nn fxtlnr c workinrf to reduce
defense- costs, experts said, is that
H.bomb warheads are now being
mnrl muh smaller than was
thought possible when giant rock
ets like the Atlas and.Titan, tow
oritur an fopt hiffh. were designed
, Both of these ICBMS may be
obsolete lor military comuai yui.
poses before they become oper.
iinni Th Atlas it now being
tested- at-Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
aSid, the Titan will not be combat
ready until at least 1960. i -,
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Russia, Poland ;
Agree On Status
Of Soviet Troops
LONDON (UPI) Radio Moscow
said yesterday that Russia and
Poland had concluded series of
accords governing the status of
Soviet troops "temporarily sta.
tioned in Poland.'.
The broadcast.- quoting a Soviet
Tass'News Agency dispatch from
Warsaw, Said "he accords ere
within the framework of the So.
viet-Polish treaty on status of
troops signed in December, 1956,
shortly after the Hunagrian upris.
Tass said the final agreements,
signed Wednesday, "laid down the
rules and conditions of the use of
property, transport, Communal,
trade, building and other services
by the Soviet troops, and, regulat.
ing questions relating to" cut.
The soviet reports said the
agreement ."confirms the will of
both parties to develop mutual
Polish.Soviet relations in a spirit
of fraternal friendship on the bas.
is of full respect of sovereignty,"
Enlilled To Assume
Bridss; Arc Virgins.
HOME (Mil) The- Italian Su
preme court ihas ruled at husband
is entitled to a legal separation if
his bride did not admit to him
before their marriage i that, she
was not a virgin.
1 Such' a case Is even worse,' the
court ruled today, if "the -husband
finds his wife ? bearing a
child by another man with whom
she had relations before the mar marriage.
The high court's decision report,
ed in a case which did not name
the couple involved, reflected not
only the religious teachings of this
Roman Cathlic country, but also
the strong social stigma' attached
to intercourse before marriage
for women. 1
Every Italian man, the court ar.
gued, has the right' to assume that
his brjde is a virgin.
When the bride tried to hide her
deficiency in this case, the court
said, it created an atomosphere
which was not conducive to the
right atmosphere for continued co
STEAK CHASES PATRONS
LONDON (UPI) Customers
at Scotts Restaurant headed for
the doors yesterday shortly after
someone ordered a steak well
done, The steak caught fire, fill,
ing the restaurant Ith : acrid
ROBBED THIRD TIME
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) A
Market. Street bank was robbed
yesterday for the third time this
year-but at least the "withdraw
als keep getting- smaller. The
bank was robbed of $1,500 on Jan.
20, $611 on May 16 while today's
loss was only $80. . ,.
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- MOSCOW -(UPI) The Soviet
Union has sent i new 'note to
Japan warning against the estab.
lishment of U, S. nuclear bases
on its territory,' the newt agency
Tass reported yesterday.
The agency said the note, dated
June 16, stated that American nu.
clear bases in Japan would threat.,
en the "peace and security in the
The note pointed .out that ; a
message received Jrom the Jap.
anese government May 17 in re reply
ply reply to a previous Soviet note did
not answer Soviet questions about
the stationing of U. S. nuclear
arms in Japan. It said the ques.
tions dealt with reports, of the
"introduction of nuclear weapons
and means for the.ir delivery at
U. S. military bases In Japan."
According to the note, these re.
ports "were not only not denied
by the Japanese government, but
were factually confirmed in sev.
eral public statements' by official
spokesmen of the government."
"The introduction of nuclear
weapons at these bases would
present a threat to peace and se
curity in the Far East," the note
saidf ",,.-,;.;?.,;-,.''-?',",.. ..
(iJThe; U.S.S.R.. would, Indeed, be
a bad neighbor to Japan if it did
not foreward it of the danger in.
herent in the location of Japanese
territory of nuclear weapons and
the means for their, delivery."
PAINTING, REPAIRED... ; ',
MILAN, Italy, (UPI)-A price,
less Raphael painting, -damaged
Sundayi by a hammer wielding
Sicilian, ; has been restored and
put back in its place in the Brera
Gallery. Nunzio Guglielmi broke
the glass, over Raphael's "Wed.
ding Of tne'Virgin',--and damaged
the oils in two places. Experts
went to work immediately to re.
pair the damage. ; Guglielmi was
taken to a psychiatric clinic for
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Seme Remarks Are Dynamite
Fuses; Light at Own Risk
"' If you don't want to start a fam family
ily family row, don't let yourself be tempt tempted
ed tempted to use any of the ; following
P""heS trouble "with youf mother
is..." Watch out; Pop. Those are
figh-ing words-and ur chances
' ot winning that tight' at Puy
"I told' you but you wouldn't lis listen,"
ten," listen," To remind a person that he
cot in trouble because he disre disregarded
garded disregarded your advice is anything but
. soothing to his bruised ego. ;
"I dont know what you do with
all the money 1 give you. Any
wife worth her salt can give a
man a complete and devastmg re:
- buttal to that statement.
"He gets that from your side ol
it.. .'..iitf "Thf of course.
refers to a fault. Husbands and
wives aren't so quick to j credit
iheir ofispring's good qualities to
the other, side 01 me mhhij. ,..
"You're being unreasonable,
Asked To Be Nice
To Govt. Leaders
: BUENOS AIRES (UPI) A
ffnvpmmrnt communications Offij
cial said today that radio and
television writers naa neen re requested
quested requested to "avoid phrases that
are in bad taste" when referring
to top government leaders.
-Alfredo G. Perez, spokesman
for the radio and television com.
mission, emphasized that the gov government
ernment government had no intention of at,
tempting to censor material,
He said the request was direct.
ed to script writers of comic
Tell anyone that and you will real
ly, have 'an unreasonable outburst
to cope witn. :- ,
"If I had known when I married
you that..." Starting a sentence
with those words is sure to lead
to trouble, for what you claim you
didn't know isn't likely to be any anything
thing anything good. .v"' y : ;
-"The trouble with you Is..."
Watch oat for that one. -' ;
"Unless you want to hear- all
about vour own faults, you'd bet.
ter not s:art pointing out the
things that are -wrong wirh your
Don't tell vourself you haven't
time to answer letters or write the
thank.you notes you should. By
nsing spare moments you can. So
if vou think vou are too busy to
write letters, keep writing material
handy and when you have five or
10 minutes, write a letter.
Rood- enrresnondents use "odd 'whin, with rbtarv beater
moments to keep up with their (high speed electric, mixer
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
KEA Food and Market Editor
Ground ham fiixed Willi trusu(J
pineapple wade in.o fritters well
does tnat appeal to jour warm
NHam Fritter (Yield: 20-30 v
. small fritters)
Two (Eups ground cooked ham.
1- 2 cup crushed pinapple, drained
2- 3 cup sifted flour, 1 teaspqon bait
in.g powder, 1-3 cup milk,. 2 egs,
1 taDlespoon aroma.il bitters, fat
for deep frying. : '
In mixing bowl, sift 'four win
baking powder. Add milk,- eg;.s,
bitter and mix until smooth. F i
in ham -and well-drained pinea, pinea,-pie.
pie. pinea,-pie. Drop by teaspoontuls inio dee
hot fat (350 degrees F.) and fry
until golden brown. Drain on pap paper
er paper towel. ..n,
Here's another "warm day treat,
using frozen citrus concentrate:
Lemon Puff Pie :
' Yield: on 9.inch pie) ;
One envelope unflavored, gele gele-tin,
tin, gele-tin, 2-3 cup sugar, 1-8 , teaspoon
salt, 3-4 cup water, 1 can (6 ounce
frozen concentrated limeade or le lemonade.
monade. lemonade. 1 cup Icy Cold evaporated
milk, whipped, one, 9-inch baked
pie shell.' ?!' ..
i" h - ;' v-;
, Mix together gelating, sugar and
sal. in saucepan. Stir in water.
Place over low heat, stirring con constantly,
stantly, constantly, until gelatin and sugar
are dissolved. Remove from heat;
add undiluted concentrs e. J-&
stirring frequently, until mixture
mounds .slightly when dropped
from a spoon. Fold into whipped
evaporated milk. If limeaV is us used,
ed, used, add few drops green foou color,
ing to tint pale green. If .lemon .lemonade
ade .lemonade is used, add few drops yellow
food coloring. Turn into prepared
pie Shell; chut until form. i
Note: To whip evaporated nunc
chill in freezer tray of refrigera
tor until ice crystals form around
edges. Turn rnto chilled bold anl
friends and their thank-yous.
milk is stiff.
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. iuiiiii hi i i...
lilliiP :fllt I
and Laurita Toladano, Isabel Dro-
han, Marizenia Julio, Teresita Ven
tura. Kathy Kucikas, Carmen l
bafiez, Marcela Leignadier, Aida
Rosania. Margarita Thirwall, le
resita Quiros, Diana ViU, Floria
Toledano. Cecilia Lanuza and ban
dra Motta. Preceding the show,
the Panamanian and Red Cross
flags were carried into the room
by Elisa and Graciela Lara Aeo
semena who are twin sisters.
The president of the Colon Red
Cross. Mrs. Elva de uonzaiez, ex
tends her thanks to the Hotel
Washington manager, Mr. Maury
and to x the following merchants
who donated prizes: Floristeria
Maurer, Henriquez Co.,, Almacen
Salss. v Mnttssft. Bode e a Colonial.
Tagaropulos S. A., and Xldao Hat
Store..' :' 1- i '-
The door Prize vas won by Mrs.
Anita Nef and the sheet of lottery
tickets for ,the soecial drawing by
Airs, oe la uuaruia.
Chairman for the affair was Mrs.
Gunther Hirshfeld. Food for the tea
was donated by -members of the
Red Cross and ladies from Colon.
MISS ELEANOR DEANE SELBY
CAPTAIN AND MRS. LOWELL SELBY
ANNOUNCE DAUGHTER'S ENGAGEMENT
Captain and Mrs. Lowell D. Selby of Fort Clayton an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their daughver Eleanor Deane to
Mr. Jack Bertram Hammond, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles
W. Hammond of Balboa.
" Miss Selby is a graduate of Balboa High School and has
completed her freshman year at the Canal Zone Junior Col College.
lege. College. 'iyy'''';:-:'::T: :!sV.r: W ',i::U'--J)C
Mr. Hammond, also a
graduate, has completed his junior
year at Bradley College in Peoria,
The Wedding will take place on
August 9 in the Cathedral of St.
Dinner at British Embassy
The Birtish Ambassador and
Latly Henderson gave a dinner par party
ty party at the British Embassy (Thurs (Thursday
day (Thursday evening in honor of The Mi Minister
nister Minister for Foreign Af airs and Mrs.
Moreno.-: ,- rfc
Guests included the Venezuelan
Ambassador and Mfg. Briceno Pa Pa-checo;
checo; Pa-checo; The lionduran Ambassa Ambassadorand
dorand Ambassadorand Mrs. Bermudez; Mr. K.
Ninomiy a, Japanese Minister, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Mayles; Mr,"and Mrs.
A. Nikola jevic; i Mrs. Elisa Heur Heur-tematte;
tematte; Heur-tematte; Mrs. JUagdalena Counte
de Duque; Mr. Macario ColiiMr.'
E. Biggs; Mr. ana Mrs. u. isew isew-man
man isew-man and Miss I. Kerr-Pearse. ,
Military Egnlneert to Celebrate
183rd Brlrhday Tonight
. The June meeting of the Society
of i American Military Engineers
is beine sponsored jointly with the
Engineer Officers Wiews Club in
commemoration of the 183rd An
niversary of the United States At
my Corns of Engineers.
' Approximately 22b e members,
guests and their ladies will board
the ferryboat Presidente Pprras
at 6:30 tonight at Gamboa, leaving
the Dredging Division Pierat 7:00
p.m.' lor a four-nour cruise in ua
Feci fcr Thought
Answer ti PrevV.
S Sourc of
t Cut of pork
13 Nested boxes
6 Dinner course
9 Bad breath
1 t:,:. -. 1
17 Trench plural J J rjr
Rummage Sale To
Ho Hold Saturday
There will be a rummage sale
in the Bishop Morris Hall at the
Cathedral of St. Luke. Ancon on
Saturday, June 21 from 8 to noon
for the benefit of the Bella Vista
Children's Home. Chairman of
the project is Mrs. Charles Mor Morgan.
gan. Morgan. Anyone wishing to contribute
items for the sale can drop them
by the Cathedral or phone and
make arrangements to have the
articles picked up.
(CONTINUED ON, PAGE FIVE)
18 Weaves -together
24 Fruit drink
2T Sketched ?
S2 Abstemious -34
37 Enroll -
31 Appear i
39 Narrow board
48 Oriental rulers
S3 Pie mode
66 Hawaiian food
57 Medley v
58 Love god
. 39 Oriental coin
; 61 Male children
. aaof a plant
20 Of the nose
22 Sea eaglet
25 Sand hill
31 Poker stake
33 Stove part
40 Scottish girl
47 Century plan!
.50 Tropical plant)
51 English schoo
52 Soap making I
43 Pedestal parts 55 Soft drink v
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5' I 1 I Mil F
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written or, NEA Service
served, and dancing will be to the
music of Ronnie Amato's Orches
Governor Potter will introduce
His Excellency M. Lionel Vasse.
the Ambassador of France; who
will deliver the address for the
occasion. The charge d'affaires ad
interim of the United States Em
bassy. Mr,! R.. Austin Aciy.' Lt.
Gov. ; Hugh M. Arnold and their
wives will be, among the honored
guests. .s :
Red Cross Benefit at
Hotel Washington -' :
The First Lady, Mrs. Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr., was the guest of
honor at the gala card party, tea
and fashion show sponsored by
the Colon Red Cross at the Hotel
W ashington yesterday afternoon.
Accompanying her from Panama
were Mrs. Elsa Arosemena de Lo
pez Fabrega, Mrs. Carmen Arias
de Boyd.' Mrs. Genarina' Aria de
Huerteraaue, Mrs. Marcela de la'
Guardia de Anas and Mrs. Matu Matu-de
de Matu-de Jaen de Tejeira. : -.;
-. Little Miss Lesbia Pujol was
chosens to present an orchid cor corsage
sage corsage W Mrs. de la Guardia;
Following the palying of cards
tea and coffee were served. Those
pouring were: Mrs. Julita Emilia Emilia-ni
ni Emilia-ni and Mrs. Olga Leignaider.
, Announcer for the fashion show
was Mrs. Lucila de Galvifio and
the models the Misses Luisa Va-
tura, Judy Von Tress. Tisbe U-
A K Q 4 3
K 7 6 2 ;
V Q4 ;
4) 10 8 5
4 10 8 5
Cut tSMtk West
Pass 1 Pass
' Pass 2 V ; Pass
'- Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead-e 2
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
As Henry's mother lifted the
baby out of the playpen, she call called
ed called to him, ''Get away from that
ladder! You know" what Daddy
said about fooling around K!"
Henry obeyed. But when 'hi s
mother and little brother had Jis
appeared into the house, he went
back to the ladder, that leaned a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the garage. After a mo moment
ment moment he. began to climb it.
If his parents had seen him
noised on its third rung, they
would haVe judged him to be
what he appeared to be a diso disobedient
bedient disobedient little boy more -confident
in his own judgment of safety
than in' theirs. . ,'
Sis' appearance of confidence
d have been deceiving.
Whv? Because Henry's is '., S
years old. and his" experience of
the world has so often confusuJ
danger and safety that he isn't
sure ail, all of his judgments ot
For instance, Henry's world Is
a place where afriend, yquj like
can suddenly eive'Wou ;. ktf b4
thing called "chicken pox." It's
a place where unimaginable or
sasteri can befall you for asking
for a match that your father
Strikes as safely as he light a ci cigarette.
: It's a place where a person
nimed San',a CTaus arives reindeer,
through the sky without .falling
down as other: people would;
where there is some sort of safe safety
ty safety in letdne Dr. Jones hurt you
.with the needle that adminis er j
your "shots." Bears in the zoo
are, dangerous," though the Joi'y
Bruins of your picture book are
not. So as o gadders, who knows?
Slretching for the fourth rung,
confident-appearing Henry was
really thinking, "Maybe when I
reach the garage roof, it won't be
a roof at all but the kind of place
Jack found when he climbed lo
the top of the beanstalk."
So he was deeply relived when
his mother reappeared, ran to
him and snatching him down
from the ladder, asserted her
judgment of safety over his.
Though she slapped him for dis disobeying,
obeying, disobeying, he' didn't mind it so gad
was he io be released from the o.
bligation to judge between safety
and danger Jor himself. ,"
We require obedience from li' tie
ehildrtof becaui5theji'- are tti;o
inexperienced to trust their own
judgments of safety and danger.
When We perm il them 'disrobe,
dience, we permit thm nnces nnces-srv
srv nnces-srv anxiety that may discourage
later adventure. l i
tun Lake. A buffet dinner will berriola, Marie. Ester Julio, usana
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"' 1 -. 21 lands of Campbell's Soups ... so much enjoyment in each! V
I am indebted to Charles Cole
man of Corpus Chrtati.for today's
It is more, of a problem in me metaphysics
taphysics metaphysics than in bridge and if
you ; want to get real enjoyment
out of it just look at the North
and South hands only 4
West onens the. deuce of spades
against the four-heart contrast.
East takes his ace and returns :
the four snot to West's king. West I
leads a club and East win with,
the ace and retuns the suit.
South wins with the queen and
leads the jack of hearts. He hones'
for a, cover but West plays lowi
without a quiver. He knows that i
South needs, the ace of hearts to
have his bids.
Now South goes up with dum
my's king. and leads the six spot.
East plys a second low heart and
if South i an unimaginative book
plaver he finesses the ten of hearts.
The finesse is dennueiy tne cor correct
rect correct play from a percentage stand standpoint
point standpoint but if East and Sourth are
both eood players South will go
un with the ace. i.
Let s see why he makes that
play. East is a good player and
is marked with the queen of spades
on the spade' plays. If East hsld
three hearts to the queen he surely
would have led the oueen of snades
at tr'k four and forced dummy
to ruff. -- -i' y.-tv,
Therefore, East cotild not have
started with three hearts to the
oueen. He also, would have forced
dummy' if he held four hearts to
the queen to guard against a nos
sible coup.. Hence, West is marked
vVh the queen, of hearts and
South's onlv play to make the hand
is to drop it
Q The bidding has been:
West North Eaat SoMth
! 2 i Pass -JN.T.
Pass 4 Pass t
You, South, hold:
4K2 VJ4 At) III K87 5
What do you do?
A Bid five clnbs. To kave a
(ood hand. I & -A s A :; :.t:
The bidding has been:,
West North East Soath
1 2 i Pass T
You, South, hold:
4S4S V2 AK878 K874
; What do you do?
HAS FATAL. ATTACK t
GENEVA, Switzerland f"UPD f"UPD-Marco
Marco f"UPD-Marco Aufelio Andrada, 54, of Argentina,-secretary
the International Telecommunica.
tions Union, su'fered a heart at attack
tack attack and died her today.
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I i i f Vacation '
t Ana Marie Betances, daugh daughter
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cf Fort Gulick, ,is Visiting ner
rsr-'its during the summer vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Jliw Eetancesi is a student
at t' e Catholic University in Puer Puerto
to Puerto I '
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs, Carl L. Simons of
Balboa wish to announce the ar
rival of their second child, Eliza
,-beth Anne. Maternal grandparents
WILL ISSUE ajTAMPS
" VATICAN CITY (UPD-A new
cerip nf atamna will he Issued
by the Vatican tomorrow to com commemorate
memorate commemorate particiaption of the
Holy See, 'at. the Brussels. World
Fair. The. stamps. In four ricnomi.
nations, will bear the profile of
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rope J'lus Ail on one siur au
. the church erected in the Vatican
Pavilion at Brussels on tne other.
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MSCUfc REFUGEES vf-u-J
t VIENNA, Austria (UPD Aus Aus-1
1 Aus-1 trian federal police yesterday re reported
ported reported the rescue of .Yugoslav
refugees marooned for more than
24 hour atop a dangerous moun.
" tain plateau without food,; water
orl- shelter. Two Austrian' gen.
darmes overhead faint cries for
help, today .and found the, Yugo Yugoslavs
slavs Yugoslavs on the Heinisch-Waende, one
of the most daneerotd areas in
the Karawanken Mountains, on the
I are Mr. and Mrs. Celestino Pizzi
no of Colon and paternal erand-
I mother is vMrs. Cora Simons of
Dud after every
. prtttm heat rash,
ehife and jailing,
clings clew, keep
, btby fresh, com comfortable.
Medicated Mexana Skin Cream help heal
piinful unburn. Ill gentle lanolin mooth
nd "detartem handi," ' ; 9T
Gordon Balblrnie Jr. Home
Gordon V. Balblrnie, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Balbirnie of
the 15th Naval District, has arriv
ed from Prmcipia Upper School,
. T J A t 1
aw iMuia io., w spena tne sum
mpr with hia narnf i
Hawaiian Lua Tonight
The" Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club will hold its regular month
!ly, social tonight nt 7:30 in the
NCO Open Mess. This month it
111 1- t Ai r
wiu do in we torn oi a Hawai Hawaiian
ian Hawaiian luau for husbands, wives and
guests. Hawaiian music makers
and floorshow will be featured af after
ter after dinner.
... .. r
Naval Officers' Wivet' Club ;
The June meeting of the Naval
Officers' Wives' Club was held at
th Fort Clayton Officers' Club
with Mrs. J E. Whitener, vice
president, presiding in the absence
fo Mrs. Elmer More. Mrs. E, F,
LRodiman was in charge of the de
IiehtfuJ luncheon and beautiful
table decorations. After va brief
business meeting the ladies ad adjourned,
journed, adjourned, to play ctrds. L.
Welcomed info the'ejub, by Mrs'.
J. N. Reed were Mrs. e gere,
Mrs. L. Castro and Mrs. G. E.
Williams who was alstf bid fare farewell
well farewell as she is leaving the Isthmus
next month. Others who be leaving
- j. I r- i . i ' ii
soon jur uie .rnieF inn will De
missed by all are: Mrs. J. F.
Ryan, Mrs C. J. ftUart, Mrs. 7.
B. McElroy, Mrs.. H. M. Mangles,
Mrs. J. K: Batchellor, Uri. L.J.
Ball, MrsV J. Cain, Mrs. D. M.
Grathouse-. Mrs. D.'B. Hathaway,
Mrs,; N; Proback, ; Mrs. g. w. e.
Daughtry, Mrs. G,. P. J Doughty,
Mrs. J.; J). Andrew, Mrs. R. Lan Lan-glis,
glis, Lan-glis, Mrs. J,:F,- Fay,; ; :':.;v.'
The silver door prizes were won
by Mks. P. R. Clark, Mrs. R. No Noble
ble Noble and Mrs. J. H. Miller. ,
Jacquilint Copponhovtr 1 t
: Jarntlitin rnntinhn vr itanrrh.
ter of Mrs. Dolores Coppenhaver
of Curundu, celebrated her 13th
Dirinaav With a ewimminer nart.v
at the El Panama Hilton. Lunch
and the birthday cake were serv served
ed served to the wests by the Pool. Those
In the party were Miss Eddie Lynn
Lowande. Nanev ind Virlrv' Har.
itecchl, Cathy Hirt and Heather
BOSTON (UPI) A southern
Negro who allegedly, raped a frail
white woman to "prove to him.
sel, he could do it',' was sentenced
to 30 to 40 yea'rs in Massachusetts
state prison today.
Judge Francis J. -Quirico said
he was tot sentencing George
Collier, 21, formerly o. .Atlanta, to
life imprisonment because of his
previous lack of a criminal rec record
ord record and because of a Jaw which
would help him obtain eventual
parole with a life sentence. :
Collier had been convic'ecLby a
jury of attacking Jean Kendall.
23, of Dorchester, Mass., April
3 after threatening her with a
knife and dragging her into the
cellar o an unused hum.
In her testimony the mother of
a 10.month.old told how hs was
walking home, 'hear footsteps,"
and was "grabbed from behind
by a man with 12-inch knife
She said she p'eadedwith him,
"asked him if he had any relig.
ion,'1 and told him she was about
to enter a hospital for ah opera.
r He said he was against all
white women...He t said ,he had
been told that he could not have
intercourse with a white wo-nan
and that he was going to prove tc
nimsen ne couia,;' r she testi ied.
Judge Quirico said the derails
of The crime were "too uordid to
repeat." .. ,;.., s .-,..
He said the man had '.eeji
found guilty by a jury ind that
from a legal point of view he was
not insane.. He said a "complete
investigation was made of his
background he had a good back,
i The defense attorney said he
ten the mental tests in the Case
were insufficient., that the man
had been hit by a baseball bat
while in-service "and mw have
done this while in a. blackout."
Grc::p To Study Plants
' i Thirty-two members of the
Horticultural Study Society of
Wiml are flylntt to, Panama
tnd Costa Rica by Pan Amer American
ican American World Airwavs Saturday
M,une 28). to spend week
itudyinf? rare troDical tolanta
tnd collecting; orchids In the
two countries. :
,'iAmonK those maklmr the trip
are Douglas Knapp. Dade
County fMiaml) agriculture de department
partment department agent; Mrs Lucita H.
Wait, of Miami, sprreturv nf t.h
International Palm Society, and
Tampa. Florida,. ; nurserymen
Jack Holme nrl C rl Co'(ril.
Both countries ata nnteH fnr
their many varieties 'of plants
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- MOSCOW (UPI) The eo"iet
press yesterday maintained edi
torial silence -on the Wasnitigton
congressional committee hearings
involving presidential assistant
Sherman dams; Dispatches from
Tass correspondents reported only
scandal in Washington that
has been "the main subject of
discussion in the United States.
Martha Raye and her best beau,
ex-cop Kobert O'Shea, will vaca vacation
tion vacation together in "Europe, probably
with her former husband, Nick
Condos, making it a trio. They're
trying for July reservations on 'he
Queen Mary ... Lee Magid is feud feuding
ing feuding with Columbia Pictures be because
cause because of althe Delia Reese font font-age
age font-age they cut irom her debut film,
"Let's Rock" ; Marian Anderson
is being mentioned with increasing
frequency for a post in which she'd
represent the U.S at the United
Lana Turner has resumed mak making
ing making the Hollywood rounds, usually
wah her press representative,
Glenn, Rose, as her escort. Ob Observers
servers Observers note ihat. there always
seem to be two husky stags sit sitting
ting sitting at a nearby, table who exit
when the actress "docs; ul tne
best guess is that they're, body
guards hired to protect her from
any unpleasantness ... Writer Bar Bar-naby
naby Bar-naby Conrad was gored by a bull
in Spain and hits been laid up for
a fortnight ... Lou Walters! ( sad
plight has all Broadway sympa sympathizing
thizing sympathizing with him and rooang.
1 One of the town's leading nt
clubs located south of 14th St.
may have to shulter -because uf
money troubles ... lennessee Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, ap earances in Miami
Beach are .causing considerable
comment. The playwright strolls
Collins Ave," wearing a costume
that features open toed sandal
and an orange coolie hat. i
(Bob Crosby waxes 'philosophical
hi the July issue of Hedbook. com com-menijng
menijng com-menijng on brother Bing's mar marriage
riage marriage yto Kathryn Grant, he asks:
"what difference does it make in
what Van of a man's life a wom woman
an woman macs hira happy? I know wi wizens
zens wizens oi men who have contented
--Hages with very young wives.
People have beeti very "unfair to
Katnryn. In my opinion she's the
bes; thing that Could have hap happened
pened happened to Bing." Kim Novak's
visit to Manhattan is aimed at
ballyhooing ''Bell, Book and Can Candle,"
dle," Candle," so get ready .for, the ro romance
mance romance items.. s i
Dancer IBobby Van, whos wits
such a click when he worked in
Judy Garland's act, is staying In
Gotham to talk over a deal for a
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Russell will get off the religious
song kick, wnicn somehow never
was quite consistent with h?r
plunging necklines. Instead sh?i:
be assigned to more predictable
material. ; -'
'Rita Allpn and Alillnn Tatfcall
DrodllCPPa nf 'IThn lUak-ino nf M,.
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intend to keep it running through
tne Summer despite the discour
aging notices. They'll have an another
other another Dlav PfTllaliv rnnlrnvsriiul
ready to open before Labor Day
... rrway is now me Dig night of
the week in the local cafes and
restaurants: bundav is the slow
est ... Princess Fatima. sistpr r.f
the Shah of Persia, is in Italv on
a shopping tourvHe chums think
it's the prelude io an announc-
iiieiu ui ner engagement to an st
era prmce. v
Claudia McNeill, who played the
Ethel Waters role in the recent TV
version of "Mpmher nr tk wel
ding" and was hailed by the cri
tics, has given interviews since in
which she thanked everyone re responsible
sponsible responsible four giving her the big
break. Fit oddly enough there's
been no mention of "Simply, Heav Heavenly,'
enly,' Heavenly,' the Langston Hughes play
in which she aDneareri nn and ,,rf
Broadway last year, and which
reaiiy was ner greatest showcase.
v T..11I- ,!, ,.. .....
oumv wiison, in ixjnaon. is oe oe-ing
ing oe-ing squired by young Lord Henry
jKuvie... Gorman uranz is mak
in? thfl KfPnp Wllh 7tha Rnrlnnn
Sammy Kaye'sy e wyers are des-v
cending on ihe -current owners nf
La Martinique because their ads
have featured the phrase "Swing
and Sway" in connection with the i
Chic Morrison dance band. It's
been Sammy's tag foe 20 years.
The Lindy's Set is puzzled about
Rllddv. Hflplriti. 'a nnrnmina rnl r.n
the new Jackie, Gleason TV show.
ne s so close to Jackie in appear appearance
ance appearance and comedy style, they clas classify
sify classify it as astonishing 'casting, to
say the least, and predict all kinds
of ConflicV ones thn. Krrinta a it
banded out. ; .
Psrnmnnnt tin 1iiod an aitint
on the film version of ''The Match Matchmaker":
maker": Matchmaker": positively no' private
screenings. They're afraid of kill-
ino thn value nf h aptnv'a Jalrln
unusual in a flicker and aimed at
large movie audiences.,.Tony 3tn
nebt has been doing turnaway busi
ness at tne nara-to-nu Town and
Country in Brooklyn ... Steve Allen
and Johnny Burke (once partner
of Jimmy Van Heusen) have form formed
ed formed a somri-writing tea m. They've
finished' three numbers already.
Iff H?-1 "I'M !i .-...aA.j .' (.
Warners, originally bent on show showing
ing showing "The Old Man And the Sea'
on a two-a-day basis when it opens
in New York, have switched policy
and will let it run in the regular
continuous fashion, at a big house
... Gladys Robison was so thrilled
and grateful over John Carroll's
heroic rescue of her son when he
fell off a Malibu cliff into the o o-cean,
cean, o-cean, she snatched one of her most
vaiuaDie'pain.ings ott a wau and
gave it to him.
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For Tomorrow :
! 'Vx 'ByMILTONRICflMA
: NEW YORK, June 20 (UPI) .The Chicago
1 Cubs have suddenly broken out in a rash: of home
: runs and they've certainly put a hex. on poor old
Warren fcpann. ........
', 'SpahV -quite possibly the best
' pitcher in the league just can't un understand
derstand understand it. He's given up U horn--ers
in his last three' games; and
nine of them were hit by the Cubs.
" They really laid into him: last
l-nighs. with a barrage of four hom hom-Srs
Srs hom-Srs that finally beat the Braves,
.,.. xne Cubs now have walloped
76 home runs, a total that is se second
cond second in the majors only to v the
Giants', 77. ", f ..'
Walt "Moryn was ; Spahn's thief
tormentor last night.. He slammed
,-his 14th and 1th 5of the campaign,
md after Alvin Dark- connected
Un the seventh jnnipg to tie the
unnkip. .Tonv Taylor
.Supplied the crusher with another
4 homer oil opann in u mum.,'
rZ That aamt-wlnning homtr ws
'-Taylor' irs in th Maors..A
.18? hittor; ht accounted for Cni Cni--
- Cni-- cage's first run in the openmfl
"frame when he doubled,, moved
"to third on an 4nfild out .and
then stole ,homr on Spahn. Glen.
7 Hobbie, another rookie, was tht-
winner. -. ' .J
t The loss was' Spahn's fourth a-
gainst eight victories two of bis
setbacks having been suffered at
.-the hands of the Cubs. 4
Rookie Roy Semproch of the
'Phillies held the Dodgers hltless
'for 6 1-3 innings and then wound
up with a six;nic 9-3 victory over
"them. Home runs also played a
bift part in this game with Stan
Lopata and Ji Bowman connect connecting
ing connecting for Philadelphia and Joe Pig Pig-natano
natano Pig-natano and Duke Snider for'Loa
llama" oim --
. t..ln T.i.nat'a Cave the rtlUS
quick lead with a three-run homei
otf loser Johnny Podres in the
1 first inning and Philadelphia scor scored
ed scored liive more in the third. Sem-
proch, who notched his eighth. vie vie-I
I vie-I tory, yielded the two Dodger bom bom-ers
ers bom-ers in the ninth.
- Southpaw Don Gross had to be
tailed & from the Pittsburgh bull
pen in the ninth to halt; a three1
run rally by Saff Francisco and
preserve Ronnie Kline's 6-5 win.
A four-run rally in the seventh,
Rnh Skinner' two-
, u Klme 62 lead
lull uumai 6'- ,.
going into the ninth and after he
was mcKea; lor, pub iuu, vj
yieldedi a two-run homer to Bob
1 S.kJi .H (Irn&a came' in to
fan pinch hitter Jim Fimgan for
the final out. Tne viexory eycneu
Kline's record at 7.7. Al Worthing Worthing-.ton
.ton Worthing-.ton was the loser.
- Rain postponed the CInclnna.
ti-St. Louis game. i
In the American League. Early
Wynn pitched the ninth two-hit
game, of his major league career
as the White Sox beat the Red
Sox, 4-0. It merited the fourth
shoutout by a Whit Sox pitcher,
in the last five gam:
. Wynn struck out eight and wattV
mA nnlv twn in nnstinB hi sevenih
triumph. The White Sox made 11
hits off loser Frank Sullivan and
reliever Leo Kiely. They scored
their first run in the third on three
sinclps anri sacrifice flv and
added two more in the fourth ou
a single and doubles by Luis Apa-
ricio and Jim Lanais.
'.Thp Yankpps Ktrptphpd their lead
to Jiine games with a 9-3 decision
rwr thA Indians. Anriv i:nrpv dpii-
Pit 3 hnmpri for tha Yankps while
Elston Howard, Hank Bauer and
Enos Slaughter eacn nil one. Jonn Jonn-nv
nv Jonn-nv Knpk.i rharffpd -with both de
feats m both gales oi cieveiana s
rinnhlohestipr viptnrv in Nrw York.
June 8, got partial satifa? lion wi.h
nis iiiin trwmpn. itoom? vary joeu
una rha Incor ..
A twft-rnn hnmpr hv fipno Wood-
ling k in i the eighth innlug carried
thp flrinlpc in ihpir thrid straight
victory over the 'a Athletics, 4-2.
tir n: u:. l-n A. -K;n
nruuuuiig IUI uis nuiiici uu ncu
(jarver, wno suuereanis lourm
loss against seven triumphs. Fost
er uasueman aiso nomerea ior
Baltimore. Ken Lehman, second
of four, prlble- pitchers, was the
winner..-, ? i 's v -..-.. L-)
Little Albie Pearson was the big
gui in Washington's 4-3 win over
Detroit. ine iive-iooi-iive ouureia
er doubled home Eddie. Yost to
nan a 1.1 ttA in tho cpvpnth nH
then tripled to drive in what prov-
ea xo De ine winning run in tue
ninth. Russ Kemmerer gained his
fourth victory although- requiriing
relief from Cick Hyde. Paul Foy Foy-tack
tack Foy-tack was the loser. Clint Counrt Counrt-ney
ney Counrt-ney homered for the Senators.
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xKMu rnriutn It Ifi
Camerv Mitchell In
"MONKEI ON m BACK
i. Jucy Tyler In j
"BOP GIRL GOES
Showing At Ypur Service
.enier i neairci ; umyu
rai.ro A 6:15 & 7:55
'BOP GIRL GOES CALYPSO'
, (A Real Gone Musical)
DIABLO HTS. v 7:00
GUN DUEL IN DURANGO"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE BLACK KNIGHT"
Sir Laurence Olivier
"THE PRINCE AND THE
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:00
Jock Mahoney, Julie Adams
Tim Hovey :
1 "SLIM CARTER" (Color)
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"5000 Fingers of Dr. "T" "..
PARAISO 7 6:15 & 8:10
Jeff Chandler, Laralne Day
"TOY TIGER" dn Colorl
Owl Show 10:30 t).m.
"EIGHT IRON MEN"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 it 8:00
Maureen O Hara i
' George Nader
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 8:00
Anne Baxter, Jeff Chandler
"THE SrUlLEKS" tUOlOD
Owl Rhnw in-an n m
"It Should Happen To You"
Thp. I nppnnfl Diimn i In thA Kerfo
for the Isthmian, Cricket Cham Championship
pionship Championship between Clovelly C.C. of
the Pacific Cricket League and Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior C.C. of the Atlantic Cricket
League will be played at the I'a-
raisn Rail Park nn Sunriav1. .'.
, In the first game two weeks ago
oeiween ine two teams, txceisior
C.C. f emerged victorious by four
nirVpta ( aflpr a hard fifht. Thu
Clovelly players are determined to
even ud the series with a win m
'.he second match.
The Clovelly team will be select selected
ed selected from the following players;
li. moore, n. nemming, a. rer rer-ers,
ers, rer-ers, T. JemmoU, E. Thomas, J.
Alleyne, Or Rollox; C;l Mike, L.'
Lamothe, I. Moore, W. Braithwatte
C;. Lashley ana n. Brown.
Player Of The Day.
TVioto nmn mi n a1 foolinrf nf
discouragement in the rival dug dugout
out dugout ever. time1 Ryne Duretf saunt saunters
ers saunters out of the New York Yankees'
buiioen.T : m v,:y f;v,',
"You'tin't see him, only near
Mm wail pnprnv : hittpra nvp.r
Duren'js tremendous speed. ; :
ine oespectaciea ; ngni-nanoer,
who was more or less of a "thr6w-
in" : in thp Ipal thai; apnt Hillv
Martin in Kansas P.i.v last vpnr.
saved another game for the Yanks j
in their; 3-2 victory over Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Wednesday night. i V v
i Wi'h fho nntpntlal tvintf run nn
Second base in the seventh inning.
Diren took over for winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher Art Ditmar; and retired the
next seven1 men in a row, include
inv 'two b strikeouts,
He now has 42 strikeouts 'in 30
innings and a 1.20 earned run
average that rates tops in the
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I DRIVE-IN i
7:00 TODAY 9.00
The regular monthly t ourha.
ment will be held for PWGA mem members
bers members Saturday June 21 1 at tne
Panama Golf Club. The major majority
ity majority of lady golfers will be playing
their qualifying rounds for the 1958
PWGA Handicap Tournament as
well as competing in tbe June
Qualifying rounds started June
19 and may be played through
June 22. Printed rules will avail available
able available at the club Saturday.
Lee Knuth, winner of the 1957
PWP.i HanHiran tnnnrampnt is
not here to defend her title. Al
though we have lost some of our
top flight players during the pas:
year, there are still many x pro
quality golfers playirig in this
year's tourney. Right now, it would
be almost impossible to pick the
winner;, will it be one of our bet better
ter better golfers or will a high-handicap-ped
carry off the honors? p
Line up for, Saturday; is as fol follows:
No! 1 ttef 'i'f-V;-,?.
7:15 E. Frankn, M. Knock,
F1 Twomey. H
8:00 1. Robinson, P, Trim, L.
8:10 J- B. Dilfer,4 S. Carpenter,
C. Burns 4 '
8:20i C, Bishop,. E. .Perantie,
E. Judson - 4
8-30 J. Huldauist. J. Sullivan,
N. Humphries. t
8:40 R. Daniel,. J. uaret ja.
Hood. I i
No. 10 let! "
8:00 P., Waring. M. Dalton.
L. Jones. ,..-
8:10 A; French. E. Mathreson,
K. Purdy. v
8:20 D. Lacroix, w. uey,
8:30 E. Montietb, M. Garrett,
8:40 a. Hennan, a, j. xveison.
Based on 125 oflficial at bats)
" NATIONAL LEAGUE
G Ab R H Pet.
Mav. S. F. 60 241 51 92 ..382
Musial, St. L. 53194
Green, St. L. 49 150
Crowe, Cin. 40 129
Ashburn.Phila. 57 223
Skinner, Pitt, 55 210
Cepeda, Si F. 60 242
Dark, Chi.1, 44 176
Banks. Chi.1' 61 243
Torre, Mil. 52 126
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GETTING IT OVER WITH Dr. Charles Allen Is kneeling at the side of Tim Tarn In Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia as the great Calumet Farm race horse recovers from the completely successful opera operation
tion operation to remove all fhe .chips from the injured bone in ; the right foreleg, shown bandaged.
Tim Tam is receiving the oxygen needed to bring him out of .the anaesthesia.
National A AU Track,
Meet Tonight In
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r-f.f ,11 IlaCl.
AMERICAN LEAGUE i
Vernon.Cleve. 50 137 25
Kuenn, Det., 48 184 26
Ward, K. C. 50 155 23
Fox, Chi. 59 236 33
Bridges,Wash. 60 213 25
Colavito.Cleve 53 181 ;.-23
Cerv, K. C. 56 207 45
McDoug, N.Y. 48 176 28
Carey, N. Y. 42 141, 20
Lollar, Chi. 51 175 zu
63 v. 352
53 'j .342
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Tivoli Travel Agents
Zenith T.V. Radio
Cafe Duran-Blue Star
Leading 'Averages j i Damian
183, XunkeL174, Dube 167, .r
Kn( 3 Scott Arwittr 1
NATIONAL LEAGUE j
, Banks, Cubs
v Cepeda,, Giants :
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athle jes
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers. Senators -
.Mantle, Yankees Yankees-t
t Yankees-t Gernert, Red Sox
' r: RUNS BATTED IN
' 1 RATIONAL LEAGUE
, Thomas, Pirates
- Mays, Giants
' Cepeda, Giants
ACe"rv, Athletics i
7 Jensen, Red Sox
'n Gernert, Red Sox
- Colavito, Indians
I $1.10 per CAR!
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g SAT. SUN. MON g
WEEKEND RELEASE! I
' Vera Ralston David
I Brian in '
6i 5Snl0 I
- J J, I,
(Based on S decisions) '.
i NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L fen
McMahon, Braves : 6
Purkey, Redlegs 8
McCormick,- Giants r 4
Spahn, Braves ,v. 8
Semnroch. Phillies 8
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 10 2
Larsen, Yankees 5 1
Ford, Yankees 8 2
PaoDas. Orioles -4 II
"Hyde, Senator ',,41
' The kihe-size Kent Cigarettes re
trained the ton ranking position
of the summer. league at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Bowl-arena when they down
ed the fast fading Scott Atwaters
outboard motors. ;:
The putt-putt Rinsters of Scott
Atwaier siariea weu iamng me
onener by a 31-pin margin. This
caused the Kents to light up a plen
tv. because they? clobbered1 .the
lumber on the lanes for 131 .mar-
'. Ray Murphy, a bowling rookie
fo Rents, showed v up wel in this
stanza with a 202 game, in tne
finale the Kents. again prevailed
with 48 advantage, chalking up
three markers: Ray. Murphy was
ine nappies u icuuw ou uie iaucs
with 505 series, and for a 140 aver
age bowler that was something to
crow about, especially, when he
out-rolled his teammate, the mast-:
er Bill Coffey, Johnny Beiber of
Scott-Atwater was their top per performer
former performer with 495. :)-:':;tr.
Balboa Beer 3 Tvoiil Travels T
SCRATCH velers tallied the game in the win
column by a single pin.
Five of the nme bowlers rolled
Won Lost 500 or better against the AMF plas'
22V4 - 9V5i tic pins which are becoming the
( 21 t iovn bowlers delight. Jorge the First So
20 12 to, enjoyed the : nest night of his
16 16 in the league with j 216; 188 and
13 19" 206 games for a 610 series. George
13 19 the second Metzcer had 5107 and
13 19 the other on the Balboa roster was
23 Lou Glud, with 524. For the run-
nerup Tivoli, Ray Schneider splat
tered the lumber with 529 .and
Chubby: Art Roberts racked., in
Ehe Tivoli Toti outrolled all the
other teams in the loop except the
team they were bowling against.
tThis three point deficit dropped Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli into second place. 'and by their
victory Balboa took a lirmer fioid
in the first division.5
L Pet. GB
Hillman-Dunfop 3 Pepti Cola
Martini 1, t )
'. ''t:'.,:'''V:'.,.,"'v"'' '-"t'."- I's''"'''vi:7"':!i'"'..' V
The Englishmen of Hillman
Cars and Dunlop Tires, turned on
the ignition at the start of the
bell and ran over the Pepsi Cola
Martini misturfii However, they
ran into some engine! trouble and
they sputtered to a low game and
the Pepsi-Martini mixed up the
pins for a 20, pin win. . t
The Hillman-Dunlop outfit -.was
still sputtering but they managed
to limp in a low speed to win the
last game by 18." Bj winning three
points ; the British products find
tnemseives closer to tne ieaa,
only 2 1-2 points 6ff the' pace. The
Star bowler of the match was Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi Pepe Damian' with 540 and for
the Dunlon-Hillman 1 it was Tom
Hinely with myyj
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (UP1)
woria records, a trip to Russia
and gold medals will be the goals
as the annual' National AAU track
and field meet get under wav
here Friday night at the spin.and spin.and-span
span spin.and-span Bakersfield Junior College
... . ...
With nearly every top athlete in
the country competing on the
lightning-fast crushed-brick track,
ana tne- weu-tnmmid infield,
inese wona .marKg may tumble
11 na snot put record of 63
feet, 2 inches, held bv ; Parrv
O'Brien. Facing the.. ex-USC ath athlete
lete athlete in this will be all the other
men who have topped the 60-foot
mark- Tlavn Davia fRill Mii,il
Ken Bantam and the high school
snocKer, 11 anas Long.' -
2 Mile mark, now ; offipiallv
held by Joha Landv bf Australia
at 3:58' Running will be defend
ing .champion Merv Lincoln and
Herb Ellitott of Australia: Lazlo
Tabori of Hungary and Don Bow.
den of California, all breakers of
tne four-minute barrier. 1
i 3 Discus throw, now held by
Fortune Gordlen'at 194 feet." 6
inches, ftompeting along with Gor Gor-dien.
dien. Gor-dien. ..will be Rank Babka of
Southern California and Al Oerter
( The AAU has announced It will
send 44 men- and : 20 women to
compete in the Moweow competi competition
tion competition July 27-28. The Fnssirj will
return to compete against the
Americans at Philadelphia ou
July 10-11, 1959.' ,
Finals Friday f will be In 100 100-yard
yard 100-yard dash, 120-yard high hurdles,
440.yard hurdles, six-mile run,
hammer throw, high jump, shot
put;and javelin. Finals in the rest
of the events will be held ".on
St. Louig at Milwaukee (N)
Sad Francisco at Philadelphia
Los 'Angeles at- Pittsburgh (N)
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
San Francisco 000 001 013-5 8 0
Pittsburgh 002 001 013-5 8 0
Worthington 5-3), Grissom. Mil
ler and v. Thomas. Schmidt.
Kline m; Face, Gross and
Los Angeles 000 000 0033 6 S
Philadelphia 305 000 lOx 9 12
Podres (6-5), Drysdale, Erskine
ana fignatano. 1
Semproch (8-4) and Lopata
- (Night Gam.)
Chicago i r 100 101 1Q1-S 10 0
Milwaukee j 000 310 000-4 11 0
Briggs, Henry, Hobbie (5-5) and
Spahn (8-4), Trowbridge and
luce. - , i
( Night Game) V
St. Louis at Cincinnati (postpon (postponed,
ed, (postponed, rain and wet grounds) ..-
New York at Detroit (N)
Washington at Cleveland (N)
: Baltimore at Chicago (N) v i
Boston at Kansas City (N)
T Yesterday Results :
New York . 030 110 112- I7
Cleveland v 001 000 0023 4,f -1
Kucks (5-3) and Howard:
Bell (2-1), Iumon and Nixon.
000 000 000-4)' 2
001 200 lOx 4 U
Sullivan 4-2), Kieley and White.
Wynn 17-5) and Lollar. v
000 100 002-
, Foytack (5-7), Aguirre,
and Hegan, Wilson.
- (Night Game) '
Baltimore 010 000 0214 10
Kansas' City 001 001 000-2 10 .1
Brown, Lehman (2-1), Zuverink,
O'Dell N and Triandos.- v h -Garver
(7-4), Tomanek and
House. ' i
, it ft k'V t j
, Chees thtt KZl rtiofg
right for you and js
. in Yi thotimo.' 4,
The Tivoil Travel Agency i; Was ienlth 3 Blue Star-buran coffee "; 1
traveling at a fast clip, but the
Balboa Beer Barrels rolled at a
faster, pace. With, their ; leading
bowler, Kay owe out or tne ifai ifai-boa
boa ifai-boa lipeup, the Beers were penal penalized!
ized! penalized! 20 pins per game, but still ma
naged to win the opening session
by 7 pins, thanks :to Jorge Soto's
216 game. The Tivoli tribe In the
middle game came up with an
845 game, but still lost ground to
the Balboas by 21 pins. Both teams
letup ;in the finale, and Tivoli Tra-
Coffee con Cream gang were clob-bered-ummercifully
by 154 pins.
With ; this t three point pickup,
Zenith find themselves tied for fifth
place. Nary a bowler on either
squad broke into the elite 500 cir-
W tatiendws;;Brue''Star; Dairy w. Jiumberto DeLuca was the clos
and Cafe Duran tsserted them themselves
selves themselves in the opening game, win winning
ning winning by a comfortable margin of
98 pins. But their success was short
lived beacause Zenith Radios' step stepped
ped stepped up the volume and, narrowed
the gap, winning fey 40 pins.; At
this stage all. honors were ; even
with the Duran Blue Star pins.ters
having the edge by 58 pins. But
then the roof caved in and .the
25c; 1 15c
ONE DESIRE 1 ;
Son of Frankenstein
with Boris Karloff
256. i-: 15c
Mad By The World
LOSER TAKES ALL
with Glynls Johis
- ' Also: "' 1
EL PUNO DEL
25o Bank Nightl
' Gold Prise $500.00
with VictoT Mature
: THE KILLING
with Sterling Hay den
THRILL-PACKED' SUSPENSE DRAMA ENHANCED,.
BY NATURAMA & TRUCOLOR:
ACCUSER OF MURDER"
... .COMING IN WEEKEND RELEASE1 AT,
-1 ''DRIVE-IN" THEATRE,
DRAMATIC SCENE from "ACCUSER OF MURDER,".
Republic's rrippinj-NatHrama-Trucolor production comings
TOMORROW, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE-IN"
.Theatre, pictures Frank PUGLIA, star David BRIAN and
Ie Van CLEFF. Lovely Vera RALSTON, Sidney BLACK-1 -MER
and Virginia GREY share starring with Mr. Brian.
est for his team with 491 and
Frank Labram was closer for Blue
Star-Duran with 492.
Bowling spare' pickups Next
week, the Summer Scratch league
will move over to the Diallo Bowl
ing Center for their matches. Rea Reason,
son, Reason, the new pinsetters in Balboa
will be operated on 60 cycle cur
rent, which it not available at the
lanes. 1 j 1 V'.;!?
Monk's Bid To
Gain Ground In II
NEW YORK, June 20 (UPI)
The Havana Sugar Kings foiled
I Montreal's bid to gain ground in
the International League v race
Thursday night when they came
from behind to defeat the Royals,
Toronto, trailing Montreal be a
half game, lost to Miami, 6-1.
; Johp Smith and Raul Sanchez
combined a four-hitter to halt Mon Montreal's
treal's Montreal's bid for, victory. The Royals
scored twice In the opening inning,
but the Cubans halved the margin
with a run in the third and went
ahead with two in the fifth. Smith,
in picking up his second win a a-gaint
gaint a-gaint four setbacks, received able
assistance from Sanchez in the se
venth frame to preserve .the Cu
ban's margin.,. -Dick
Bunker won his sixth game
In eight' decisions as he limited
Toronto to four hits. Miami scored
two in the first and sewed up the
contest in the fifth with a four-run
In the only other game played,
Richmond beat the cellar-dwelling
Buffalo Bisons with a 13-hit attack,
9-1; Jim Bronstad was give a .two .two-run
run .two-run cushion in-the first and coast coasted
ed coasted to his fourth win against five
Rochester and Columbus were
At The MAC ARENA
THE 3 DWARF BULLFIGHTERS
4 BRAVE BULLS l!l ACTIO!
INCREDIBLE felJT TRUE r
TWO GREAT SHOWS IN ONE
' Humor with the 3 Dwarfs ;
Thrills and Suspense with LUIS PRIETO. i
: y.wa v i z a
,mi3 lo soil jfobbib v :
come alo::d ai:d c.i!;:o the ihds
: SATURDAY 21 :
(Bdls vi!l ncl h E:d)
Front Row $5.00
2nd Row 4.00
3rd Row 3,00
Lower Bleachers .' 2.00 v
Upper Bleachers -rr.v-r--- l.GO
Tickets for sale at the Hotel El Panama, Salon
Lindy, Cafe Iberia and Cafe Pepsi-Cola. A
rained out ...
TT2 Panama A.'irnicAN an isrrr::::::.-T DAUT NIWSPArtS
..ace 1 0
2, I iiStii'ion,
1 1 1 1' 1 1:
Pbyboy Moich Strides
Eight fourth series imported thoroughbreds will
iro Dostwards In auest of the major share of the $600
purse of fered for the featured one mile race at the
President. Remon racetrack tomorrow aiternoon.
Michiripa, second to Bacancito
last week following a return from
a lengthy layoff, shapes up as the
probable mutuels favorite nis nis-'
' nis-' trion.. and Playboy, both imbres imbres-""isve
""isve imbres-""isve winners their previous times
out., should be the second and
bird choices. ;
Rounding out the eight horse
field are Lobo. Red Label Thun-
ders'reak, Distingo and Narcotico.
All five -will be strictly outsiders
in this event. :-.- '.;:
Heliodoro Gustines, who has the
leg up on tsacancuo m -we Kil Kilter's
ter's Kilter's victory over Michiripa," gets
the mount on the St Mary Sta Staple's,
ple's, Staple's, grey this time. -j-. .0
. Histrion will again be ridden by
Jose Talavera who has guided the
highly rated Argentine horse to
two easy victories in a row. Play Playboy,
boy, Playboy, a stretch burning Peruvian Peruvian-.bred,
.bred, Peruvian-.bred, wiij.hav hustling Guillermo
Sanchez in the saddle.
. Narcotico, .. which hai showrn
ereat imDrovement in his last
thr s'arts. is handicapped by
tent Fernando Alvaret will guide
Distingo. as usual.5 Guillermo
Graell has the leg up on mconsist
i Improving. Felix Sanchez could
spring another surprise here with
dis.aDce loving Kea iawi. imu
reputedly a distance running come.
fvnm.Kohinrt rarpr has been dlS-
playinr unusual early speed and
no staying, power m
cent starts. He bears watching.
Longshot specialist mado Credi Credi-dio
dio Credi-dio will do the booting on Lobo.,
Nisrhlv rated Informal, third be
fiinrf Perdulario and Sabotaje II
in th S7.500 added lien. Jose a.
nmnn r.lssste: should score at
iii s ffainstr Sputnik. Greco anil
King John in the second attrac
tion a $500 one mile gallop for
fifth tpripg racers.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the program-
By Conmdo Sai geant .;
The highly successful stable of ed by veteran turfman Daniel Ci
Chilean thoroughbreds racing un-inigho. -r
der the colon ot cnuean wuiiuau 1 ,Tr j i.
7,ript OsSa"' Vicuna expects-an1 Two English thoroughbreds that
additional eight racers to compete are expected to arrive nere soon
t S locl 1 track Four of them are the three-year-olds Martlet and
aJrived St Tocumen last night. Baiser. Martlet is by Pardal out
The group of newcomers include of Court Guide while Baiser is an
SCU.P, Critoco, Chacotero and El offspring of Brunet-Yorkshire Rose.
t -Xi Casanga, three-year old bay
... i. (hot rloiitrhtpp nf Mnsmifttnn nut 01
a nas aiso peen """i"-""r" 1, "Xr
tne yssa vicuna
tVia .jTuinritv of
hordes .now racing here will be
se n to Puerto Rico wnere uiey
v,i campaign at El Comandate
Emill Mails Galvei has batn
temporarily appointed trainar of
the Haras San Migual in place
of Chilean Manual Rivera Rive Rivera
ra Rivera who reeantly quit the ob.
Maiia,popularly aallad Chibolo,
The -firs' .' ci;tti JEleta -brothers'
charges that will tompete under
the training of Galvez is Nirvana,
vhiclv, will race -.: excluded ; from
the betting in Sunday's fifth race.
M ? OOO ."f---'.a;v.Ni--.v
,' King John ; has another, new
l trainer. Thia time hia handler
has been reported to be Jorge Mc
J Lean. King; John is owned by
J Spanish language' sportscaster Bo Bonifacio
nifacio Bonifacio (Johnny Bony) Hernandez.
I Panzaretta, owned by the Stud
' Kared, is now under the prepara preparation
tion preparation of trainer Gerald Silvera Jr.
r OOO f
1: Two more high-riced imported
' thoroughbreds arrived here early
this week. They are the : Argen Argentine
tine Argentine colt Otorongo and the Irish
1 colt Dependable-
Otorongo, a son of Rey, del Bos Bosque,
que, Bosque, was imported from Peru by
Jose Oscar Mendoza.
v Dependable, a three-year-old son
of Dante-Woodflower, was acquir-
Race Trcdr Groded Entries
lit Race 2-year-eld Imp. i
" 1st RACE
fgt. Pursa J550.C9
OF THE DOUBLE
Pael dates .1:00
1 Mi Locura Jrf Tala vera lOox Improving slowly 15-1
2 Pangaf A. Vasquez 1U Could make it here 5 2
J-J)ouble Dee F. Alvarex 113 5 Rates good chance r '21
4 Mi Caikiva H. Gustines lOh ; Vastly improved 3-2
5 Deungalope 1 A. Credidio 110 Doesn't seem likely 25-1
ft Rama Aguirre 113 Weak effort in last 25 I
7 Pastoreo R. Vasquex 115 Hard to beat here -. 4-2
s In General
IB r i r-a
J 0 E old
2nd Race' hV Series lm. 5 Fjt. Pura $400.0
..;;-..'... 2nd RACE Of TME DOUBLE
Pool Cleias 1:30
1- Fudge Girl
, J. Jimenez 105 Could surprise
M. Hurley 110 Usually close up
G." Sanchez 113 Would pay off
A. Credidio lli Should be runnerup
- J. Rodriguez llu Seems best here
ft Cindenrack F.' Sanche 107x -Good early speed
11 (Emily Mary
13 La Generala)
G. Milord 107x Needs more distance
C. BovilXla -Could take it all
C. Quiros I02x Not in this distance
No boy 110 Always dangerous.
No boy 110 Depends on start
C. Ruiz 110 Good early speed
' H. Ruiz ion Could get up here
3rd Race "C-D" Natives
7 Curia $425.00
Peel Clesei 2:00
2 Dr. Bill
4th Race '"
1 Rapa t
2- Ciria 4
3- Mr. Jack
; '.. r.
H. Gutinesl02 No.i l contender : ., 3-2
A. Credidio 104 Raes good chance S-2
' G. Sanchez 115 Should make it now EVEN
A. Gonzales lu8 Would surprise 101
J. Talavera 105x Returns from layoff : v 10-J.
Natives e Fgs. Purse $375.00 Peel Closes 2:30
A. Lourless 107x Form indicates
; H. Gusiinea 113 Will fight it out
J. Talavera llOx Returns In good shape
,J J. Jimenez 112 Usually disappoint! k
j 'A; Credidio. 105 Two poor racei
dauchtef of Charmed Away,
the only newcomer, scheduled to
break into the 4 programs this
weekend. She is a scheduled start
er In tomorrow's fifth race for
native" maidens, i f i
The Stud Tres Hermanos owns
this three-quarters bred r native.
She is under the training of Emi Emi-lio
lio Emi-lio (Chibolo) Mejia Galvez
' OOO ; ,' r.
Heliodoro (Papito) ; Gustlnat
suffered a fall while working
out vistullari. yesterday morning
at ... Pre .ident Remon Trace Trace-track.
track. Trace-track. Gustinee was .rushed to
the San Fernando Clinic where
it was ascertained that he was
only shaken up and will be a a-ble
ble a-ble to ride tomorrow.
' Hhilean trainer Manuel i Rivera
plans to leave for his homeland
next week to buy some thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds which he will bring here to
race under his own colors. Rive Rivera
ra Rivera was the trainer of the Eleta
brothers Haras San Miguel string LDoble Fija
of thoroughbreds until last weex
when he tendered his resignation.
; Picarsro was bought this week
by Frank X. Zeimetz, who. will
also train the mediocre Argen Argentine
tine Argentine racer. .Mr. Jack will race
with blinkers beginning tomorrow.
. .Best, once a promising pros prospect,
pect, prospect, underwent a pin-firing oper operation
ation operation yesterday.- 1
5th Race "Non-Winners" 4 Fgs. Purse $300.00 Peel' Closes 3:00
1 L Casanga G. Milord 07x Has shown nothing ' 30-1
2 Don Vito V. Castillo 110 Improving slowly .' EVFN
3 Bisilongo J. Talavera lu.lx May be runnerup 6-5
4 Victoria C, Quiros 103x Depends on start 21
5 DomitUa,: ; R., Vasquez 112 -Excluded from betting' XXXX
, ;. ; ,. ;
4th Race 7th Series Imp. 5 Fg. Pune $400.00 Pool Clotei 3:40
lit e RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Mezereilm ' H. Rciz'108 Distance to liking 4-1
2 Blue Zulu 1 A. Gonzeles 106 Could hang on 1 4 5-1
3 Don Dani M. Hurley 115 Hard to catch here ' 2-1
4 Panzaretta "'- V. Castillo 110 Early speed galore f 1 3-1
5 Rosier H. Gus.tafes 113 Mutuels favorite v S-2
6 S,ober View J. Talavera llOx Could, score again 3.1
7 (Celestrlal F. A. Credidio 108 Ran well in last ..10-11
8 mncesa van. F.AJarez 110 Not against these r 101
7th : Race ith Series Imp. S fgf. Purse $400.00 Peel Cierra 4:10
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE t ;
1 Empire Cross A.Credidio 108 Depends on start -l
2 Neeful' ,.R. Vasquex 115 -Will fight it out 5-2
3 Jump Quick G. Rivera 115 Form indicates 8 S
4 Oliver S. Carvajal 115 Longshot possibility ' 5-1
,5 Don Lucho B. Aguirre 114 Dangerous contender v 31
6 Cooksmaig fcJ.. Talavera 107x Could make it too 101
7 Amah r j c. Sanchez 110 No. 1 contender , 5 2
8 (Ionis Pet w .A. Vasquez 110 Should be close up i !1
9 (Riscal t A. Lourless U2X Would surprise II
Race. "Non-Winners", Imp. S Purse $450.00 1 Peel Closes 4:40
QUINIELA . !"! . k
s By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Fearleu
Fraley's reflections on sports in
Weight lifters spend more time
in front of mirrors than barbers.
- At last I'm convinced Sun
Snead will never win .he Open.
, Track-men ay the 440 is- the
toughest race of all. u,
Only the top minor leagues can
survivet he greed of the major
leagues. .-. :-. ,
Stand inside the rail at the head
of the stretch and you'll believe
jockeys earn every dite .they're
W (lie Mays has a long way to
go to match Joe DiMaggio.
Billy Weiu is the most graceful
bowler J ever saw. V
OLYMPIC START IMPRESSIVE
The start of the Olympic Games
is the most impressive spectacle
in spor's. r K
' If chess belongs on the Sports
pages, so does firehouse pinochle.
Theiieel-and-toe walkers are the
bravest cuys in sports. 1
If those racing Up sheets were
any good, -their hustlers wouldn't
have iO sen em do may a uvwj.
The Supreme Court blew a ne ne-clsion
clsion ne-clsion when It called baseball a
sport insteado f a business.
College boxers who pass up a
pro career should get an extra
degree for smartness, wnen mey
If mV bov wants to play foot
ball I hope K's at1 a tahnk town
college where he U have iun. y
; All-America teams are more ri ridiculous
diculous ridiculous than ketchup on 1 c e
cream.-... ,. .-
CaVv Stengel fakes those ram
bling harangues becaue he en
joys the legend ot nis vocai wan
Golf pros call tne putter "it "it-as
as "it-as wedee."
They should have golf and ten tennis
nis tennis in the Olympic Games.
Old timers say Jack Dempsey
was ihe "meanest", of ; men in
training. , r ...
" V PEP TOP BOXER
' Young .Willie Pep, wag the best
boxer I ever saw.
Every race driver I ever knew
was scared riding on the high highways
ways highways with somebody else at the
l What the, o women pro golfers
need above anything else is a lot
I always feel like a tourist look looking
ing looking at skyscrapers when I interview-pro
basketball players, t
The surest way to start a lock locker
er locker room argument is to pick Bau
Hogan over Bobby Jones, or vice
Only moving men or track
stars should marry women weight
Tennis players on1 the interna-,
tional circuit are as amateur as
a croupier, merely using the oth
er side ot the table.-
Loan sharks love long .. shot
Learn to divide by two and yuu
can ge. a fight manager's license.
But if you want to manage me,
all my opponents have to be one one-armed
armed one-armed midgets wi.th arthritis.
1 Pocas Pilch a b H. Gustinet 115 -Seems beat her
2 Don Cirilo
4 Porro t
'F. Alvarez 108 Vastly improved--
G. Rivera 113 Big disappointment
A., Credidio 102 Must improve plenty
'-"C. Ruiz 108 Has shown nothing
F. Hidalgo 113 Seems next best
E. Dario '06 Could make it too
. , 4-1
kace 4th Series Imp. I Fgs. Puna $400.00
. ONE TWO
Peel. Close 5:15
1 Lobo -ii a A. Credidio 108 Rales outside chance
2 Red Label I. Sanchez lOOx Distance to liking
3 Histrion ... J. Talavera llOx Seeks third straight
4 Thunderstreak G. Graell 110 t-Longshot specialist
7 Play Boy
D. Alvarez 110 -Should be close up
H. Gus'ines 115 'Seems best here
G. Sanchez 113 Razor-sharp form
; H. Ruis 103 Knocking at door
" 20 J
, This one takes up back to a
June day in '55 in San Francisco,
i uhen Ben Hogan, having completed
; the 72-hole journey of the U.S. 0-
Tv.ii for a total of 287, turned and
tossed his ball' to the executive se secretary
cretary secretary of the USGA.
: A few moments later- Joe Dey
appeared in th press tent, rapped
f for, attention, held aloft the slight slightly
ly slightly grass-stained pellet, and beam beamingly
ingly beamingly proclaimed it rs Hogan's con-
" tnhntinn to coif's hall of fame. It
f would symbolize an unprecedented
" achievement; "i';.--:-'----'r-;Li--:.
' Like many others, Hogan and
'. Mr.; Dey too, were unmindful that
an obscure character by the name
' of Jack Fleck, a late starter, was
j -ut on the course, shooting a dazz
I line 67. which would give him a tie
I anu that 24 hours later he would
; be the champion.
They came up together. Now they
bow out as one.
New Feces Coming
i would not be wholly correct
to say that the graybeard domin domination
ation domination of golf is ended. Not when
a Tommy, Bolt, who is crowding
40, is able to win by four shots
against a fine field, on a splendid
course and in the most sweltering
heat any championship has ..ever
Still, new faces are coming into
view and. some of the youngsters
are on the march. Gene Littler
had his best -Open since '54 when
he missed a tie by one Bob Ros Ros-burg,
burg, Ros-burg, another Calif ornian, better bettered
ed bettered each preceding round. A virus
attack the night beofre the cham championship
pionship championship started, sorely handicap-
10th Race 5th Series Imp. I Fgs. Puna $500.00 , Peel Closes 5:40
v 1 Sputnik G. Sanchez 108 Not good enough 4-1
2 Greco J. Talavera JlOx Ran well in return "101
3 Informal V H. Gustines 115 Much .the best - -1 5
4 King John F. Alvarez; 110 Could surprise 4-1
11th Race 7th Series Imp. S Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes i:05
1 Saprisl 1 F. Alvarez 112 Should score easily v:. 5 1-2
2 Oro Purito 1 M. Hurley 115 Nothing in months 251
3 Aberargie J. Talavera 108 Good race las; time .' 4-1
4 lSandokan- 1 R. Vasquez 115 No. 1 contender 21
5 The Squire B. Aguirre 110 Would surprise T -l
6 Introduction G. Prescott 115 Nothing to indicate 8.1
they, went along they acquired fi finesse
nesse finesse and savvy, and age. .up
to a point, .became an, asset in instead
stead instead of aliabihty...
Witdom Seems to Elude Him
In Snead's case we concede this
premise is open tr question. The
Wisdom that supposedly comes
with age seemed to elude him. Be Besides
sides Besides he became embittered, and
as one failure followed another,
he developed a negative attitud
toward the Open. To him it because
"just another Championship."
. We must doubt that Snead truth truthfully
fully truthfully believed this to be so. Indeed,
the mere fact he would pretend
I ped Ken Venturi. the brightest
j potential in the game, and the pe-
Hogan was still to win the un.'nicillin injections, for the purposes
: wenedented fifth. -and today Mr. ot golf, did more ham than good.
- Dev. who for reasons which per- inere was a time wnen young-, tn nifttrnrt, hrtravsri tt.
haps not even he can explain, nev-jsters made a habit of winning the!0( mui,i that marked him for de de-'
' de-' er relinquished possession-' of the Open. Walter Hagen and Bob Jonesfeat before he even hit a ball. This
ball, is more perplexed than ever) won at 21. Francis Ouimet and ijs to be deplored for the hillbilly
! as to what use he can make of it 'Gene Sarazen at 20. Ralph Guil-i millionaire was, easily the'best
as a trophy. oani won at a, -tsyroa iNeison bi hotmaker f this seneration. .2
a, ui. ary imuuiecou ai nu-i Even Demaret was a better shot
gan was m wnen ne won zor.tne
first time. Dick Mayer won at the
same age last year. 1
Why we no longer have Open win-
is to forget it, for the likelihood
of Hogan ever getting his fifth O O-pen
pen O-pen becomes more' and more re
mote. At Tulsa last week he was
never, in serious contention, and ners in the early 20s is not simply
at the end his one, concern was I explained. The long, exhausting
; whether his total would entitle him1 tour may be one reason. Another
Jo a non-qualifying free ride next plausible consideration is that the
, year. As jt turned out, he just did. Open is always played on a first first-i
i first-i make it. : class course, demanding a wide
'; The battle of Tulsa' will probaly. variety of shots, while the tourits,
; be remembered as the last round-' for the mbst part, play on courses
' up for the old guard. Sammy Snead where the driver, the wedge and
failed to' survive the cutoff and the putter constitute an adequate
I Was ineligible to play the 36-hole arsenal.
doubleheader. Jimmy Demaret This could be why the Hogans,
maker than Hogan. What he lack lacked
ed lacked was the stern monastic, sacri sacrificial
ficial sacrificial drive 6f Little Stone Face.
He wanted to win, but he didn't
care to bleed font. A sfor Hogan,
he's been traveling on momentum
and reminiscent headlines for some
time now. Actually, it's been five
years since he won a major tour
MOUNT VERNON, 111. (UPI)
Andy Chagndn, 18-year-old basket
ball player who was injured in an
auto accident last March, received
a check for $2.00 5Wednesdav from
j picked.uK and -wentJiomeafter-.Sneadspe.maret. et, .allMmanag-j a numtfer of Elks clubs in south,
ft; thirj rw -;.l, hopelessly distanc- ed to hang around the too s long.Tern Illinois."The clubs raised the
t td. For jc rs Ifo'isn. fc'enad and Admittedly they'had the basic skill money from a benetit game play-
Demure, hitve been the big three, almost from the beginning, hut as I ed last month, .;
, . ......-
Jel For JJ3xl Week
Al ph2saa Golf Club
A Canadian foOneme, iponior iponior-ad
ad iponior-ad by Courvoliler Brandy, will
get underway, next Tuesday
June 24, at the Panama Coif
Club. Entries will be received op
to Sunday, June 22.
, '" !.. '' -V'':',r;i
A combined handicap o I ne
leu than 20 is required for the
two players forming each team.
. .This tournament is a type ef
"bast-ball" with the players fin fining
ing fining alternate shots after leaving
1 Double Dee
5 Don Vita '
I Don Dani
7 Jump Quick
In Store For
,'NEW YORK tUPD-WUt Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, one of the most puhli
cized players in basketball his history,
tory, history, has lef; the confines ol the
amateur courts for the greener
pastures of professionalism.
With another year of eliyibility
remaining at Kansas University,
the seven-foot All-American (rom
Philadelphia quit the wheat belt
for a $65,000 contract with the
Harlem Blobetrotters. The pay
eclipses the high mark of the esti estimated
mated estimated $35,000 received by Goose
Tatum as a Trotter.
The 21-year-old ,r Chamberlain
had to decide between leading a
South American tour which may
have grossed over a quarter-million
dollars or signing with the
Globetrotters for, a year. Appar.
entyt he knowledge that he could
receive $65,000 without much
sweat swayed the tall man.
A pile of dollay bills probably
stretching to the height of tne
seven-foo.er also awaits Chamber Chamberlain
lain Chamberlain when1 he finishes the tour
with Abe Saperstein's : Globetrot Globetrotters.
ters. Globetrotters. The Philadelphia Warriors of
the National Basketball Assr'n
tion have- first call on- Will's draft
rights in 1959.
The .Warriors, under a special
league ruling, claimed Chamber Chamberlain
lain Chamberlain while he was starring ns a
17-year-old' high, school player in
Philadelphia. However- they
Wouldn't touch, him until his class
graduated from Kansas.
Unopened to... :
. Dick Caistano .
v - I
Dick Cassiano was a halfback
in that famed "dream backfield"
put together by the late Jock
Sutherland at the University of
Pittsburgh In 1938, Jock's last
season at Pitt. That was the pow pow-erhouse
erhouse pow-erhouse including quarterback
John Chlckerneo, halfbacks Ca
siano and Marshall Goldberg and
fullback Curley Stebbins, Pitt lot
only to Carnegie Tech that, sea season,
son, season, V-ing the high point in a
2413 victory over Fordham. tf
was Fordham's only defeat that
campaign. Q'fr. ?
' Whatever happened to Dick Cas Cassiano
siano Cassiano The ex-football g'.ar -now it
an execu ive with an industrial
firm at Harrisburg, Pa. v
. when you buy it
Did QIAHGED batteries
DEADLY Rickey Nelson, just
turned 18, is baby-faced and
soft-spoken. But in his role of
Colorado in "Rio Bravo," he's
one of the deadliest two-gun
killers in modern moviedomi
He knocks off six "baddies"
three of them with one dou double
ble double draw-
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AlViAJAJ M Vaill v WUIK V
(UPI) Jockey Jack Westrope, who'
thrilled racing fans wtw his dar daring
ing daring for a quarter 'of a century;,
died last night from injuries re received
ceived received when thrown fron his mount
just when it seemed, another vic
tory was. within his grasp
The once cocky rider, who as
tonished the turf would when he
won the National championship
with 301 victories at the age ofi
15. died about two hours after the
horse Well Away bolted into tlw
fence in yesterday's seventh race
at Hollywood Park. 1
Well Awav was in front only a
bout 70 yards from the wire, when
the accident occurred in the $28,-
350 Hollywood Oaks race.
The 40-year-old jockey was
thrown nn the rail when Well A
way bolted and he appeared to
land on his right side.
Westrope was taken to Centine-
la Hospital and after X-rays show
ed he did not have a collansed
right lung as had been feared, ap
peared, to rally. He regained con consciousness
sciousness consciousness for about half an hour
but remained in severe shock, des despite
pite despite administration of plasma and
oxygen i '
His parents, Mr. and Mrs.' W. T.
Westrope, were at his side at the
time of death. Track officials said
Westrope suffered' multiple frac
tures as well as severe intenal
injuries. .. ;
Westrope! who broke in at the
smaller tracks in 1932, was one
of the most colorful personalities
in the facing world and was re
garded as an "all-out perform
er who would go through tight spots
which fazed other jockeys. More
often than not, particularly during
the 1930s, Westrope succeeded with
his daring, -
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"big-hearted" American Marshall
Plan aid for paving the way for
Erhard, in a radio address on
the eve of the 10th anniversary
of the creation of the West Ger
man mark, said post-war Marshal
Plan aid "made possible, or at
least made easy, the beginning of
new,"; ,etter order" for, West
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' MELBOURNE; Australia (UPI)
Norman Strange, an official of
the Lawn, Tennis Association of
Australia, sai t Wednesday glamo
rous Karol Fageros "must be able
to provide our girls with close con contests
tests contests in addition to showing her
charm" to get an invitation to
next summer's tournaments.
JONES NAMED CAPTAIN
NEW YORK (UPI)- Bobby
Jones, America's golfing immortal
of the era of wonderful nonsense,
has been named captain of tin
United States-team, that-will-seek
the first world amateur team ch
pionships at St. Andrews, Scotland,
Oct. 8 through 11. The U.S. team
will be chosen after the National
Amateur championships at San
Francisco, SCpt. 8-13.
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FOR SALE: Kenmore electric
. sewing machine head. One of la-
test models. Electric practically
new, $35.00. Casa -Admirable,
. the Nocchi Agency at Central
Ave. 10-30 next to the Lottery
FOR SALE-6.E. clothes dryer
$125.00, Maytag wringer wash washer
er washer $50.00, 100 ft. wire and
lathe fencing $30.00. Navy
FOR SALE 7 ft. Frigidaire, re refrigerator,
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ding table. Two button machine
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Bobby Jones Named
To Captain America
Amateur, Golf Team'
NEW YORK (UPI) GolfiM
immortal Bobby Jones will come
out of retirement to serve as
captain of the United States team
mat will compete in : the new
world amateur team champion
ship atSt. Andrews, Scotland,
next p. 8-11.
. The U.S. Golf i Assn, : which
made' the announcement stressed
that this is not an honorary title
Although Jones has been crippled
for several years, i he will help
pick the : ; four-man .American
team, go to Scotland and helo
prepare the Yanks for this unique
lournameiH pi nauons.
' Jones will make his Avay around
the St. Andrews course in an elec electric
tric electric car, just 'as he has done in
the Masters and other major U.S.
polf tournaments in recent years,
The U.S. team, to be picked af
ter the National Amateur at Sun
Francisco Sept. 8-13,- will meet
four-man teams from, all over the
world for the Eisenhower Trophy,
Jones, who lives In Atlanta, won
the U.S. Amateur charrtpionshio
five times, the British Amateur
once, uie u.s open tour times
and the British C-Den three times,
He retired from tournament yolf
in 1930. ,
Seaman In Herein and Whisky Daze
Strangles Beat Generation Playgirl
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) "I
started tq carees her5 She didn't
resist at tirst and I thought it was
going to be easy."
And so Frank Harris, a 32.year.
old seaman began telling police in
his soft voice how in a daze of
heroin and whiskey he strangled
a drunken playgirl from the
North Beach "beat generation."
Connie Bublette ; was only 20
when she met death early Wednes.
day, But she had packed a life,
time of sex and alcohol into a
very few years. Her former lover
died only Jast Sundays in a fall
from a building during a party.
She came here from Portland,
Ore., and, became known in such
beatsterr hangouts as the co-exis.
tence Bagel Shop and The Place.
Her associates included crab
crackers, would-be poets, messen.
ger boys-j-anyone who happened
along for kicks.- V ,
They found hr body early Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in a i'labby alley near
Golden" Gate Park, far removed
from her bohemlan haunts. The
only clothing on it was a black
brassiere. A St. Christophe'r Med.
al dangled on a chain around her
The rest of her clothegmong
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UWTED STATUS OF AMERICA .
f. (.,,,. Canal Zone w
United Sillies District Court For The
District ot The Cnnel Zone w
In the Matter of the Estate of Idyl
Leston Henry, Deceased. Probate No.
948S. Notice to Creditors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tnai en
persons having claims a da Inst. Idyl Les Les-ton.
ton. Les-ton. Hfnrv. deceased, or against hi
estate are hereby required., to file said
rllm. with the mecessary,1 vouchers, In
the office of the Cleric 01, tne unuea
States District Court at iAncon, Canal
Zone, or to exhibit them, with the tier-
ewarv vouchers, to the unoerngnea nu-
mlnklrolnr at (h(i office Of L. S Car-
rlnrtnn. Attorney at law, .located at
17-s Arnold 13. -. formerly Calle Es,
lnrfUnla mnt ltttr than thft. 211 (lav
of October 1958 or the will be1 for ever
'iarred. Each claim filed or nresemeo
must be suoported bv the' affidavit of
'he claimant or someone on hli behalf,
that the amount is iustty due, that no
WTmente heve heen made tiwraon which
ire not credited and that there are no
offset' to the same to the knowledge of
Dated t1'" 1! day o .Tun 1958.
. Svlv'r railefler.
jmii,.Ttrr nf th estate of
Idyl Leston Henry, deceased
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Ave. 45 LOURDE5 PHARMACY 181
FOR SALE: Electric Dormoyor
Broil Well Rotitserie. Excellent
condition 3-7571 Reasonable
price. :" ,"; vy--yV-:.U,V'' ',
FOR SALE: Metal chest of
drawers, $4.00. 1 Step ladder,
; $3.00. Two steel tables, $5.00
each. Metal kitchen fable, por porcelain
celain porcelain top $5.00. Five dining
room chairs, $1.00 oath. Metal
atudio couch, A size spring mat-,
tress, 1 feather pillows, $20.00.
Large steamer trunk, $3.00. Two
mahogany chairs, $35.00 each
with reversible innerspring cush-
' ions. Mahogany chair, $45.00.
Two plastic ottomans, $3.00
each. 2110-D 5th atreet, Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. Phone 170.
FOR SALE-Baby screened crib
and pad, good condition $15.00.
Phone Balboa 3239. )
FOR" SALE: Two foiling beds
mattress $15 each, refrigerator
$30. Four burner gas stove oven
530.I mahoaan Juniiia tkl
$15, mahogany dining table 7
cnaira J, basket chair f 4, ma-
hoginy buffet $20, two piece
combination .wall bookcase buf buffet
fet buffet apace for" Hi-Fi speaker slid"
ing doors $70, all mahogany. All
day weekends after 4 weekdays.
Behind Colegio Javier Apt. 1 5.
Jap Official Feels':
'2 Chinas' Should
TOKYO (UPI)' Prime' Minis,
ter Nobosuke. Kishi's chiet cabinet
secretary said "yesterday Japan
should work toward diplomatic
recognition of communist China.
The official, Aiichiro Akagi, one
of only two, men Kishi retained
from his last ..'cabinet, said '..Na '..Nationalist
tionalist '..Nationalist f and communist china
should be considered as two inde;
pendent countries,; not as ."two
Chinas." - ;m. 'd:r,
The other cabinet holdover, For.
elgn Mmister Auchiro Fujiyama,
questioned by. newsmen, on the
statement, said -Akagi merely Was
expressing his personal opinion.
He explained that there was no
change in the government's policy
of "calmly watching? the Chinese
situation,;, vw,t' ""V 1 i ,.
Akagi expressed his views "in a
press conference. 1
ARRIVES IN DENMARK'
V. COPENHAGEN (UPI) Dr,
Rbbert Oppenheimer director of
the Institute for Advanced Studies
at Princeton, N.J.; "arrived here
yesterday as j the guest of. Prof,
I Niels Bohr, chairman of the Dan.
ish Atomic Energy Commission.
them a modish black and' white
checked sack dress were neatly
draped on a fence.
The slaver lett a clue 'to his
identity. He had dropped a re
ceint for a new suit of clothes
during his tussle with hen Later
in the day; police found Harris
aboard the military transport Gaf
fey a few hours before it was
due to sail for Japan.
;"I iust sat in my bunk and
waited for them to come and get
me," he said.
. The slaying Itself was almost
casual. Miss Sublette had been
trying to enter the apartment of
her former common-law husband,
Albert Sublette 27. a messenger
boy and would-be poet. He was
not home. She began yelling at
Harris, who had just taken a
"fix" of heroin and a pint of
whisky, happened by. He had nev never
er never seen Connie before. He led her
into the alley: removed most of
her clothes tind trid to make love
to her. She started screaming,"
he said.' .'Then she bagan yelling
for someone.' I took out my hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief and put it over her mouth
put i; around her neck, and
applied pressure.:, she went limp."
Says Reds Have
1C3 l!ev Planes
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) The
chairman of the Republic of Ko Ko-rea
rea Ko-rea joint chiefs of staff, said
yesterday the North Korean Com,
munist Air Force had acquired
100 new planes in the past year as
part of a big military build-up
Lt. Gen. Yu Jae, Hung said in
an interview that the North Ko.
reans now had pore than four
times as many military aircraft
as the Republic of Korea forces.
"The enemy across the truce
.line is. putting .a maia. emphasis
on the expansion and moderniza.
tioH o air force in building up
its military strength," Gen. "Vu
He added that "this trend pre.
sents us with a big menace."
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15 foot rough wa water
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FOR SALE: Fiber glassed 14
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and controls. Call 2-3417.
FOR SALE: 1942 Harley David,
aan motorcycle $125.00 Upright
Piano $125.00, Call Cristobal
Modern piano instruction. Begin Beginners
ners Beginners or- advanced. Celt Bennett,
phone 3-3653. Panama.
Picture Display j
Af USOOVB Ends
This Saturday :
-An exhibit of ome winnina nicf
uresi on, display- in the USO-JWB
Armed forces Service Center Art
Gallery comes to a close on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday June 21. i
The exhrbit is the presentation of
the Atlantic Camera Club, and has
With the Canal Zone Art League
The Art Gallery is open daily
irora a m. until 10 p.m.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the men of the Armed Forces
and their dependents, and to the
general public of the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Partama to
view the exhibit,' a collection
which represents i the rewarding
efforts of the- members of the Mon
ochrome "Division- of the Atlantic
Camera Club ,.
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THE. NURSERY DEPARTMENT ; of the Vacation Church School of the Balbo Union Church J
listens to a Bible story told by Mrs. Max Schoch. The children pictured are, clockwise, Terry ; j
Howard, .Donald Shirley, Beth Cullen, Douglas Klein, Laurie Henderson, Chuckle Norris, El-
leen Stewart, Melody Ann Farrell, Boseanna Broadbent, Marna Osterberg, Mrs. ,, Kay choch j
and ?Nancy Brown,, .In the background is Mrs. Cullen.
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Dan J. Flood's Red Pattern' Speech
(Continued tront rate 1
of the Indicated House concurrent
resolution: Be it therefore resolv resolved
ed resolved by the Panama Canal Socie.y
f uKinoinn DC. at its 23rd
annual meeting held in Washin
ton, D.C., May ;iu,
adjactnt araas right which,
at tha instance of Panama, has
bno subsequently abrogated
through treaty provisions.
"Let us now return to the ques question
tion question of sovereignty raised by both
Chairman Aleman and Ambas Ambas-sador
sador Ambas-sador Arias, which has been so
effprfivplv nrnnagandized bv the
' "1 That It respecuuuj b--. --
J:Th- WnJess the wisdom! It is nothing new, Instead, it -is
ui" .nnrmS .moro V thp
and grave 'mpor e ;
"zombi" of an old is-
House Concurrent Resolution 20j
as early as. may De possiuie. j
""2 That copies of these resolu resolu-tions
tions resolu-tions of the- Society be furnished
to the Congress, the press and
other Panama Canal sovieties.
The Isthmian disorders, howev however;
er; however; did not stop wim the flag-raising
demonstration m the Canal
Zone. '.,Vr ; ,.
On the evening of May 5, unt unt-versi.y
versi.y unt-versi.y studen.s, emboldened by
their flag-raising numphin the
Canal Zone, marched on Jie
presidential palace fnam
tv to demand the taktng of imme.
d'iate sLeps m behalf of Panama Panama-nian'
nian' Panama-nian' sovereignty. 'a
i it was on thi occasion teat
' President Ernesto de la &.
Jr., yielding to' their demands,
announced his intention wsK
that the Panamanian flag fly ro rover
ver rover the Canal Zone, v ;y
In this tonnoction, it should
noted that of tha flags -;
turned from tho tan. Zone W
were carried by the
the palace. It is !"! ""f!
tunate that the
B.... nnarnt v followed the
1 iV.d of "cUc.1 and hdless
students in the formulation of.
' it. foreign policy with resoect
' to' tho Canal. ; VV--v-V'---'
; Encouraged by what appear ed to
ai. .. r.irthpr vtctorv.' the
.radtcal elements. ..; in
promptly turned ineir jjui,
their own Government. m -.
M i f wild d sorder
Panamanian students marched on
the pa ace demanamB
ht Minister m. ""r?"
11C SCllUUlO. '' oil..
t Serious rioting in Panama uiy
broke out on may H, n"i"
v Anum nt trwt fichtina
j i-i TomiirinS use 01
the National Guard, Presides de
la- Guardia claimed a deciswf
, vic"ory in suppressing the uprising
that he considered had aimed at
overthrowing his government.
He also stated that though not
implicated in the beginning of
thee troubles. Communist leaders
' and fellow travelers had taKen
?rio""..pfn. of Dolitical turm-
- oil,' In which many jere Mhd
and more wounded, Mr, Speaker.
took place in the ranamani-u
4rminai kiUp of the Panama tr-
nal, almost within a stones
throw "of the Canal-itself.
That this state of disorder is a
'continuing process .is shown by
ttie' fact that at this .-nomeht in
, Panama City there arc immured
lnthe NaUonal University, which
. has some strange immunity,, some
500students besieged by the Pa.
namanian National Guard. r.
. Thso situations justify and (
.mnhniia once again the wis
dom ff the framers wt the ny
Bunau-VarilU Treaty, which had
granted to the United States
the right .end authority to
, maintain public order In the ci cities
ties cities of Panama and Colon and
1:00, 2:50, 4:50, 6:55, 9:15 p.m.
mmv n ijf ..a.Jiiiinih I "'
Die sun. ..the sand. ..but they were; the big fire
i MM I
kiip that has Deen Denoaica.iy
dragged out of its tomb.
However, because these officials
have brought" it up, I feel that it
is incumbent ori someone to set
the record straight with materials
that they ignored or overlooked."
In a note dated May 25, U904,
from Secretary of. GoVerrjment
Tomas Arias, o?le of the revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary junta of 1903, addre'ssrd
to -Gov. George W. Davis of th
Canal Zone, Secretary Arias maae
the following statement:
"The Government of the Bepub Bepub-lio
lio Bepub-lio of Panama considers that up
on the exchange oi rauueauons
nf tho trpatv for rtnpainff an inter
oceanic canal across the Isthmus
of Panama its jurisdiction ceasiu
over the Zone." : S
v Aithnuph thp earliest American
officials were scrupulous in com
plying wiin treaty provisions, iuw
Rpnnhlip nf Panama was onlv
few months old when its leaders,
following the note of Secretary
Arias, presemea tne sovereignty
question to United States officials,
i In a comprehensive reply to tha
Panamanian Government on Oct
24, 1904, that is still classic( For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations, 1904, pages 613-6"M)
Secretary ofSiate Hay asserted
that "the great oDject to oe aer
complished by the treaty is to en en-able
able en-able the Unued States to con construct
struct construct thn Canal bv the expendi
ture of public funds of the United
States funds created oy me cui,
lection of taxes" and that "the
nnsitinn of the, United States is
that the words tfor the) construe
tinn malntpnannp ooeration. sani
latHHVand protection of the said
canal were not, intended as a li limitation
mitation limitation on the grant, but are a
declaration of the lnducem?nt
nrnmntinc the ReDublic of Pana
ma to make the grant" of thf
Canal Zone to the United States
TVindoh RrrPtarv Hav mention
ed the term ('titular soverigh of
the Canal Zone," he declared that
nixh envprpiirn i "mediatized" bv
its own acts, solemnly declared
and publicly proclaimed by trea
tv ctinula.inna induced bv d?
ii tn makp nnssihlA to eomrjle
tinn nf oipat work which will
confer inestimable benefit on the
people of the. Isthmus and tne na
He stated that it was ditticuit
to conceive of country Con
templating the abandonment of
such a "high and honorable
position, in order to engage in
an. endeavor to secure what at
best in a 'barren scepter.' 4
X.a)Bf' nn Anril 18. 19015. when
testifying before the Senate1 Com
mittee on mteroceanic tanais
hearings, volume III, page 2257
Secretary of War Taft. when
commenting on article ill of the
Hav.Bunau-Vanlls Trea.y, stiten:
"it i npciiliar in not conferrinB
sovereignty directly upon the U U-nitpd
nitpd U-nitpd stales, but in eivine to the
United Slates the powers which
It would have if-it."jwere,sover-.
eign. This gives rise to Uie covl
ous implication that a mere titu
lar Rovereientv is reserved .an
the Panamanian Government.
"Now, I agree that, to tne Anglo-Saxon
mind a titular sovereign sovereignty
ty sovereignty is like what Governor Allen,
of. Ohio; once characterized as a
barren ideality, but to the Span,
ich nr T.atin mind nnptin and -sen
timental, enjoying the intellectual
refinements, ... ano oweuing ; muni
on names and forms it is py. no
Prior to that, on Jan. 12, 1905
Secretary Taft, when, discussing
the question of jurisdiction in a
report to President Theodore
Roosevelt, wrote: ; k
"The truth is that wmie we
have all the attributed of sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty necessary hi the construc construction,
tion, construction, maintenance, and protection
. a n . . lu
of tne canai, tne. very iorm m
which these tributes are confer conferred
red conferred in theNtreaty ;seems, to 'r pre
serve the tiuiiar sovereignty o o-ver
ver o-ver the Canal Zone in the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama,; and as we have
conceded to us complete judicial
and police power ana control o o-vet
vet o-vet the Zone and the two ports
at the end of the Canal, I can
sp nn reason for creatine a re
sentment on the part of the peo
pie oi uie 13UIIUU3 vy hihiiciiiii,
nupp that- ahirh is dpar to- them
hut which tn ii in nf no real mo
ment whatever ( heari ngs before
Senate Committee on mteroceanic
Tanala inn7. vn. III. n. 23991."
This was a courteous effort of
Sopett'arv Taft to sooth the sensi-
bilitiei of our Panamanian friends
hut novpr with thn thnueill Of Dir-
nose of surrendering the: actual,
necessary, and exclusive Sover
piPtvtv f the United States over
the ( nnai .nnp ann Panama va
nal as clearly provided -.by.v'the
iqn? trpatv. and. as has been v in.
tornrotorl aArtnH and maintain
ed by the United States through
11 th voars nf Canal history.
Certainly,' Taft, as Secretary of
war ana fresiaent oi tne unueu
States, never directly or indirect
T nrnori nr Tiraplippd anv depar
ture from thp well established po
licy of the wen states wiin r
ennnt (rt i I '& I fllTinlotP fl tlrf X Pill
i sive sovereign y "over the Canal
1 Zone and the Panama Canal, f
When the subject of sovereignty
i in the Carnal Zone came up again
!ia discuss.Vns with Dr,; Ricardo
J. Alfard, Minister of Panama to
the United States, Secrerary of
Stale- CharW Evans Hushes, on
A. 1 mot -vt -iii.
VII. Ht. IHALIAI.
"The grant, to the Utuled Status
of all the rights, power, and au authority
thority authority which it would possess if
it were sovereign of the territory
described,' and to the entire ex.
elusion of the exercise by Pana Panama
ma Panama of any such sovereignty, is
conclusive upon the question 'you
raise. The position of thi Gov Government
ernment Government upon this point was
clearly and definitely set forth in
.he note of Mr. Hay to Mr. de
Obaldia of Oct. 24, 1904. (Foreign
Relations, 1923, vol. ID"
Secretary Hughes reiterated this
stand Dec. 15, 1923; in a conver.
sation with Dr. Alfaro, declaring
with i refreshing degree of can candor
dor candor that the United StaWs Gov
ernment "would never recede
from "The position which it haa
taken in the note "of Secretary
Hay in, 1904. This" Government
could not and would not enter in into
to into any discussion affecting its full
right to deal with the Canal Zone
imifer artiel 111 of the .Treaty
of 1903 as if it were sovereign of
tho Tanal Zone, and to the eniire
exclusion of any sovereign rights
or authority on tne pan oi raoa
ma" Foreign Relations, 1923, vol vol-ume
ume vol-ume III, page 684. v r :
Moreover. secretary nugnes
added: -' v
'It was an absolute futility for
the Panamanian government to
pvnprt anv American Administra
tion, no matter what it was, any
Prlrfpnt nr anv Secretar? 1 of
State, ever to surrender any part
of these rights wnicn tne unirea
States hd acquired under the
Treaty ot 1903." i
To this I would add tne com comment
ment comment that-it would be unthink unthink-able
able unthink-able the present day responsi responsible
ble responsible authorities of the United
States would take a., contrary
in m. tkAArttttt in thp Ttnusp nn
- Ait 141 ,wwwvo v - -
March 26, 1958, I described the
Canal Zone as constitutionally ac acquired
quired acquired territory of the United
States. Whicn description t was ae-
rived from a copious documenta
tion and -.Canal history, v : U
'-.it Is nprtinent here to stresfs a.
gain that the Warners of the 1903
panat trpatv hnth of Panama
and the United States, knew what
they -'Were AonzJ:-:i-.:!i:
Th srant of the Canal Zone
fnr Canal nurnoses was made in
perpetuity, inus it is most igm
firant that thp 1903 trpatv OTOvid
ed that annuities were to De paw
nntir; ."itiiHUK t.hft lifp of this COn.
Vention,'? whicn couia oe moauiea
or. .changed. 1 ,v ; vy
The treaty also contained provi provisions
sions provisions for a change in status of
the Republic of Panama through
its "union or. confederation" witn
other slattw, Thus, the Panama
Canal set up was created for all
time and all contingencies.
. In the light of the perspective
that is now possible' what is left
for Panama in connection with
its claim of "titular, sovereignly,"
which has been variously describ-
ea Dy secretaries ui piaic u
"ahsniiita futility." a "barren i-
deality,'. and 4:;"barrett scepter"?
At host that, rnnntrv in a mere
residuary legatee; w h justifiable
claims, for the Canal Zone only in
the- event of the ; umtea Mates
rpasina to- maintain and operate
the Panama canai. in sucn asu,
as I have stated neretoiore, tne
United Slates would nqt raise a
nv nhiortinn to Panamanian re
assumption of the indicated sover
' nn thi nhasp of the case
would submit that if the United
statps should : ever abandon the
Panama Canal it would indeed be
a sad day for all nations, and es
pecially for Panama. -i-P
In such event the whole world
would come tumbling down to
envelop and destroy the Pana"
minlin Rsmihlic. I
Meanwhile, as set forth in my
Marrh 2fi 1958. .address, the Ca
nal Zone remains as part of -the
constitutionally acquired .. aomain
nf thp ITnitpri RtafpS. ..
Mr. SDeaker. the international
communistic conspiracy does not
operate blindfolded." Instead, it
thinks and it olans in terms of
generations and makes its moves
with rnthlpss calculation.
The series of incidents from the
flag-raising in the Canai Zone on
May 2, on through the assaul I
nn the V ce resident at tara
cas" on May 13, and the serious
disorders in Panama, May 19-21
1958, cannot be viewed as isolat.
ed occurrences; for they are aiiKe
and have the same common de
All were perpetrated by so-call
ed university students, all had
trained leaders, and all were ex ex-.futon
.futon ex-.futon wilh Ihp. rnlhlpKS skill and
precision characteristic of the Red
Of these disorders, those affect affect-tno
tno affect-tno th nrtpraiinn oi the Panama
Canal, though less publicized, have
the greatest signuicance. ine aim
has fieen to drive the Uniied
States from the Isthmus of Ma
nama; and if this should fall men
to utilize the canal tor tne pur
pose of fanning to flame antifA-
mencan teeiing tnroucnoui nauii
The time for. our nation to
make its position clear is long
overdue. The trend of events fl
yer a long period maxes our
Every day that passes stresses
tha iiroonev fnr a strnne noltcv
declaration by the Congress that
there will be no turner cnances
in the basic Canal treaty setup
and that the United States is not
going to stand for further Uquida.
lions of its power, and authority
in and a hnut tile uanai .one.
Temporization on the subject helps
neither Panama! nor the United
States : vf'-.' 5: Q.' X
To protect our mtertsti in the
purrpnt situation with respect to
thp Panama Canal, we have ade
auate legal means under solemn
treaty obligations. ; :
1irT"ww(f -Jift-alUtud cvidsnc
ed by certain Panamanian olfi
cials and provocative actions by
radical elements using Panama as
sanctuary for hostile propagan propaganda
da propaganda against the United Sites, will
not searching queries naturally a a-rise
rise a-rise in the minds of American
taxpayers concerning our relations
Will they not ask why should
our tax money be used to finance
such a tropical luxury as $23 mil.
lion proposed toll-free bridge at
Balboa, replacing adequate free
' Will they not also ask why they
should bear the cost of ceding to
Panama, -without adequate const const-deration
deration const-deration or provision for alterna.
five facilities, of the terminal
yards and passenger stations of
the Panama Railroad, 7
..Will they not inquire into" why
the Hotel Washington in Colon
should be given to Panama with without
out without compensation or replacement?
-nf pmirsp thev will ask these
embarrassing qeustions about our
conduct, of istnmian anaus, auu
Obviously, the present situation
is not a sudden development.
As shown in my previous aa-
HrorQO it ffnp back to the Hull-
Alfaro Treaty of 1936 a treaty
neffotiated about the same time
that the United Sates .recognized
Soviet Russia. i v
Fps turpH hv i serious weaKen-
W of United States richts and
anthnritv in th Isthmian area
but without changing tne runaa.
mpntal nrnvisinns for' the Deme
tual grant of the Canal Zone for
canal purposes, tne process oi e e-rosion
rosion e-rosion was advanced in the 1955
' While the eqplantions of this
deetriorating situation ere com complex,
plex, complex, an examination of availa availa-ble
ble availa-ble records discloses that Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian negotiator overmatch
United States negotiators. The
Panamanians were far better
Informed end the Americans ap appear
pear appear to have been uninformed
jri .-.'- r-i .,
A chnwn hv extensive- records
that from time to time i nave ae-
tailed to the House the isthmian
area is i reeio'n that has been
inn? featured bv cartisan- and
It Would be utterly futile to at at-fpmnt
fpmnt at-fpmnt ta nnprstp thp Panama Ca
nal with efficiency and in keeping
with treaty omigations snouia sucn
activities De permutea to invaae
the Canal Zone, as was clearly
foreseen by the authors of the
They drafted tha treaty to
stuard -against such intolerable
conditions as -we have i recently
witnessed in the Canal Zone and
in the terminal cities.
.Only by freedom from political
considerations of any country can
stability-in the. Canal Zone be
Tn that end. I wee with all the
force at my command the prompt
passage of House Concurrent Res
olution 205 of the present Lon
gress; , ; i
irinnd tnsprtpd intn th Coneres-
sional Record several newspaper
stories from or about Panama.
Most of them concerned Operation
sovereignty or last monm a vio
THESE idlLITARY POLICEMEN of Fort Gulick are shown aa they raised the huge Garrison Flag
last Saturday In honor of the Army's 183rd bir thday.,, Ceremonies similar to this took place
throughout the world wherever United States Army troops are stationed. The Army's birthday
coincided with the I81st anniversary of the adoption of the American flag. t-( U.S..Army Photo).
CL United States Citizens Association
Elects Board Of Directors For 1958-59
The United States Citizens
Association vote-count follow following
ing following the recent election for -dele
gates to tne ooara oi airevvuia
for the year isa-o snowcu ine
followlnsr as having been elect
ed to the board; .
v Mrs. Margaret Rennle,
it Leo Krziza,' v. -;:
Dr. R. H. RUPP.
t Mrs. K. D. Ackerman,
Rudolph Burda, '
Everett h. Farlow,
Mrs. Maurine Jenks,
R. C. Randall. :
Mrs. Virgilia Pearce,
' Mrs. Carol G. Rlgby,
R. W. Stoudnor, ; ?
Suspended Rap -For
Return To CZ
find win Walker 47- Panamanian.
who was deported from the Canal
zone 19 years ago alter Demg con convicted
victed convicted of burglary returned to see
his sister, tried unsuccessfully to
get work In Cristobal and then,
realizing he had entered the Zone
illegally,, gave himself up to the
This was told, to Judge Guthrie
JtY crowe in cnstoDai district
Court yesterday by:Walker'i law.
vpr Tlavid A. Rnhlps
The judge said that, owing to
tne unusual circumstances ot tne
case, Walker would be sentenced
tn six mnntha in the nprt hut the
sentence would be suspended for
three years providing he did not
re-enter the Zone during that time.
Program Begins :
B.' Fields, ;
? The. summer recreation program
1. rM.nrl, luirin i with a nlOVie
. .11 f th .children registered
today at 1:30. These movies w 11
last for 10 weeics ana wm ue n
in. the Curundu Theater.
, The rest of the program will be begin
gin begin on Monday. A, schedule will.be
given out at the movie, This will
include swimming lessons, dancing,
arts and crafts and outdoor games.
- Persons interested in helping
with the program who have not
Vippti rnntartpH Will o'eflSG Call
Barbara Marohl at Curundu, 4177,
The teenage club is operating in
full swing and : membership is
drnwincr Thpv are also running a
full program for the summer and
anyone interested may go w me
teenage club and sign up.
Mrs. Thelma H. Bull, "
Mrs. Helen Quinlan, -Leonard
Mrsk Henrietta Winklowukl,
Mrs. Margaret Maphjs.
' ;u- l GAMBOA
J. T. Dillon, 1 1 i -. ,'
Mirt Bender,. ,
: Mrs.-Elizabeth Bell,
-P. C. Olsen,'
A LOS' RIOS
-'Archie W. French -Mrs.
Mrs. M. E. Evans,
Samuel H. Rowley, 1
Mrs." Sara Rowley,
Mrs. Nellree Smith, -Spencer
. Fred W.J Lawrence.
Dr. WM. Snyder, -'
Mrs. Frances Palumbo.
pending legislation before Con
gress, eiiecting u.s. citizens in
the canal Zone,
Consideration will he civen
also- to the policies governing
t.h i f lit.nrp t.rpnrt in ha (fnllnw-
ed relative to accomplishing the
anus hhq oujeuuves OI Uie A3
CAA Has Trci;;:d
O 93 Pieces
O Beautiful Patterns
O Demitasse Cups to match Sets
6 Open Stock,
I. L Maduro Jr. ;
y t ; ':. if":", ,"r. .. a ...
Mrs. Jean Bleakley,
Miss Frances Moomaw,
Incumbent president J. Winter
D. Collins nas set JUiy n as:
the date for the first meeting!
nf thp now hnafti the time andi
place to be announced later.
The primary purpose or tnisj
meeting is to form a nominat-1
ins; committee who will be re-1
sponsible for presenting a slate i
of proposed candidates for elec-1
tion to the various offices,
A slate of officers to be elect- j
ed Includes: president, first andi
second vice-presidents, treas-1
urers, recording, financial and i
corresponding secretaries, and
five trustees to serve In con-i
Junction with the officers elect-1
ed. t i
A resume of the activities of i
the association in past years I
will be presented for the bene;
fit or the newiy-inauctea board, i
nispiisslnn will" he' turned tn
further study of proposed and
Thp ITS fTivit AprnnanMpa Ait
minictl-ntinn whioh tolnhratoc ttt
.......UV.WV.VU, '.... VK1VM1 nvu x.u
20th anniversary on Monday, has
irainea m ranamanians aunng tne
last 16 years.
The CAA, which was created by
the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938,
has gone a long way toward help,
ing civil aviation to solve its eco.
nomic ana technical proDiems in
The training of Panamanians Is
fcnnnsnrpri hv tha Pnint A mieinn
to Panama. Sixteen are employed
at Tncumen Airnnrt. Another. Caot.
juan Mas, is chief of the new of.
fice of aviation safety. Others work
for airlines in. Panama and .anoth.
er,, Angel Vega Mendez, is Pana-
manian ambassador to China.
Coys 10, Girls 6
Tpn hnv anH n,-i- ... i
- giiia acre uyi n
at Gorgas Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Monday, ac.
""uu,j w iuc regular nospiui re. -port.
The names and addressses of tha ?
parents of the boy babies follow:
ana mrs. wmred Rouse, of 1
Panama- Mr f.. t .-i
..... am oi(iiii9 i
Savory, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.!
T 11 rl ii li
jerume wneauey, oi Manama Mr.i
ana Mrs. Cecil Morgan, of Pana.
ma! Sn.1 anrt Vtn RnU.f c bi. j.. ?
- r- u fcJ, i d u t 3 i
of Gamboa Mr. and Mrs." Julio r
m. uonzaiez, or .Faraiso Lt. and'
Mrs. Richard E. Newton, of Fortt
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. William E.
LeBrun; of Balboa; Mr. and Mrs.
Pedro P. Montenegro, of Pana j
ma; and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smiti f
of Ancon. i ,-
Girls were born to the follow,
ing: Al and Mrs. Elio Gonzalez, of
Panama; M.Sgt. and Mrs. John
Benzo, of Fort Kobbe; Mr, and ;
Mrs. Edgar T. Parris, of Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. Nissim Russo, of Pa. j
nama Mr. and Mrs. Victor Naga.i
kane-Perez, of Panama and Sgt.
and Mrs. Eugene S. Stallicgs, off
Fort Kobbe. ,
93S!:!:s:;'3 k j
Today Fra JVTC x
Graduation exercises are being
held today for a class of 93 state-;
sides officers who arrived in tho ';,
Canal Zone three weeks ago for ?
iungle warfare training at For i
Sherman. Jungle expert badges
will be awarded during ceremon i
,l,hl.h mill Kn 4nlln,. K.t
led. miiv.ii will uc .iiijii, wr-.il ''V
i -r r: A n 1 ...
tne training center s sau ana ia ?
Testing nhighlighted the last
week of training at the- center,;
with the following officers attain-i
in the highest academic scores outi
of a possible 1020: 1st. Lt. Johat
B. Grinstead Jr., 4th Aviation Co.,:
Fort Lewis, Wash., 946;-Capt.'
Harvey W. Johnson, Headquarters'
Detachment, USASWC, Fort)
Braee. N.C 925, and Capt.' Frank;
E. Wilkins, U.S. Army Instructor
Group, University of Southern!
Their intensive iungle mstrue-
tion was initiated by a bivouac
manpnvpp diirtrw tho first wpplf .1
Training included evasion and es-:
cape, iungle navigation patronng.
ana otner comDat tactics.
Thp sppnnH and thirH wppIt nf
trainin also Included rugged man.
euvers and featured a company)
raid on a distant objectrve deep mf
jungle territory. i
The officers will depart- the com!,
mand tomorrow bv MATS from ALt
brook,' AFB. They will return to
tmr stateside posts posts ;ana :
rf ti f t M .s. ..(. : ... l
1 UYYUI I f-r.T
, It's foolish to worry about what
V people think of you, because
most of them seldom dov
Wcr.llicr Or Uot
this weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
nrenarpd hv. thp. Mptp.nrnlnpieal
and Hydrofrraphic Branch of the
ranama Canal Company:
Low ........ i 74
(max. tnph) NW-12
RAIN (inches) .02
(laner haroors) 82
SATURDAY, JUNE 21
t High Low
6:28 a.m. -' 12:16 a.m.
:41 p.m.,,......12:10 n.m
2:57, 5:47, 8:40 K 1.00 .50
1:05, 3:03, 5:01, 6:59,. 8:57
to see it!
! 1001 HOUSEKEEPlHfi
JAPANESE STAR IN
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