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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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34th YfAit''

, Radio silence is to be observed
,by all ships between the north
end of Empire reach and-Pedro
Miguel locks during the present
widening at Cucaracha ,seach of
Gaillard eut as a precautionary
measure against possible detona detonation
tion detonation of explosives accidentally.
A similar salet3r rulewas em employed
ployed employed during the work' on Con Contractors
tractors Contractors hill.
ne regulation on the use of
frequency-emitting devices, ouch
as radio transmitters ind radors,
during 'the ,Avideniag.of
eut is continue& in .1s'',"special
memorandunt issued by Capt." W.
S. Rodimon, Maine direttor.1110
'rele it te 14 effective' until NT NTAber
Aber NTAber aotice, 'probolly 'about two
-tht work is in Pro.
Fo Stress, trt.f 'rerrsifferable amounts
de' for'
blasting .operittons.i
The nte,moranduM Is quoted lbe,
,
la order la reduce file risk 6
accidental' detonation eof explosives
utile work is in progreos in Cu Cuearache
earache Cuearache steel, the following re restrictions
strictions restrictions shall be imposed on all
vessels and craft the

Vacation Program
For-C1 Youngsters
Opens Ilext juesday

,
The annual vacation program
sponsored by the. Division of
School will begin next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in all lb& gymnasiums and
swimming pools and 'will con continue
tinue continue through August 22, it has
s been announced by, the-Division
of Schools.'
The progiani Will' offer a
variety of athletic, recreational,
and ,,,,' swimming activities to
, children of all age groups with
each couununity A having Pro Programs'
grams' Programs' designed to Mterest the
greatest Is possible number of
participants.
Registration will be taken in
all gymnasiiima and pools Mon-I
day, it was announced. While
children have been urged to
register 'that date or, as soon
thereafter as Apossible, registra registrations
tions registrations will be accepted througb
the eatation Period with chil children
dren children :wing admitted to an
phases' of the program at any
time during the summer
months, Tbere,will belie regis registratkonr,fee
tratkonr,fee registratkonr,fee no any other charge
foV, participation in the pro proSome
Some proSome of the hactivitiecplan hactivitiecplanned
ned hactivitiecplanned during vacation are the Ca Ca-
- Ca- nal Zone Junior A.A.U. Swim
Meet (long course) sponsored
by the Summer Recreation
Committee in cooperation with
tbe Division of Schools and the
Canal Zone Junior LAIL, Swim
Meet (short course) sponsored
by the Division of Schools.
Other activities will be an an1'1
1'1 an1'1 flounced later,

DestrOyer Fu liam
Arrivong Thursday
In Tow Of Tug
The Navy destroyer, t188 Tul Tullam,
lam, Tullam, towed by the seagoing tug
LTSS Hitchiti, is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive at Balboa Thursday from
Pearl Harbor. They', will be
berthed at Rodman Naval Sta StaIts
Its StaIts towing task completed,
the Matti ivill return to Pearl
Harbor later this week 8.nd the
Pullarn will remain at Rodman
to await another tug, the 1.188
Utina, which will tow the de
stroyer to Norfolk, Va., in mid midJune.'
June.' midJune.'
Commanding officer Of the
Hitchitt is Lt. G. VC Ducharme.
His crew includes four officers
and 63 enlisted men.

duction just missed setting a new
aill-time record last week as con conpumers
pumers conpumers scrambled to build their
inventories before the, July 1
strike deadline, according' to the
Amerrican Iron and Steel. Insti Institura.
tura. Institura. The mills are scheduled to op operate
erate operate at a record level this week.
in response to rising consumer
pressure for steel before tbe pres present
ent present contract with the United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers Union runs out.
The institute estimated that the
'mills will operate at 94.4 per cent
of capacity and will roduce
2,674,30 tons, That would be
equivalent to 166.5 per cent of the
1947-49 weekly. production index.
Last week the mills produced
2,650,000 tons -of steel, which was
amare 7,009 tons short of The rec record
ord record set in the week beginning
April 13. Last 'week's output was
equal to 93.6 Per tent of capacity
and an index 'reading of 165,0.
A month ago the mills operated
at 92.0 per cent of capacity and
produced 2,604,000 tons, for an in index
dex index rating of 162.1. A year ago
production came to 1,685,000 tons
as the' industry Operated -at de.
pressed levels. 'rho index for that
week was 104.9.

Ship's Propeller
Weighirig TTons
Flown' Here Today

One of the largest airborne
cargos ever to Arrive on the lath lathmils
mils lathmils was a seven-ton ship propel propellor
lor propellor flown into the Zone today by
the Air Force.
The seven-ton four-bladed pro propeller,
peller, propeller, with a diameter of 15
feet, is destined for the Standard
Fruit 'hip Gatun, now in the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division drydock ,for re repairs.
pairs. repairs. 'The Gatun's propellor
broki near Cristobal Sunday.
The Gatun en route from
New Orleans to Ecuador to load
a shipment of bananas. Fenton
and Company is the ship's Agent.

RP Court, Holds'
Firing Of Employes
-
At Panama Legal
The Panama Supreme Court
yesterday upheld a lower mourt
ruling that the firing of a num;
ber of employes et Hotel IrPona IrPoname
me IrPoname Hilton who went on a sym,
pathy strike last year was -legal.
'The majority opinion is that
the fired entpyec did not ob.
serve the regulations when-- dill'
went on the, sympathy. strike clur,
ing last ) May's elasbee between
the etudents and the National
Gtiard.
The SuPreme 'Court Vote 'Iwo'
four to one, with Dr, ltleardo,11.
Morales as the lone' dissenter,

,
HoReful -CZers De!lei-f:e They,p9t Tax Loophole,
As Magazine Says Rent Deductions Untaxabi,e,

US Sti Itelll living-4n Pan Canal quarters are wondering if they have found an Income tat
loophole In the-ourrent Issue of VS Plows and yorld Report. According to the magazine:
lei can ayold paying Income tax on the ?mud Talus of living quarters furnished you
-by your emPloyer on bit business premises even though this rental value is considered. part
of your compensation antis deducted from your salary-.
"The Internal Revenue Service announces that it will follow the ruling of a court of appeals
which Miley, to omPlolos yam are required to accept such lodging in order to perform -their.'
duties!'
The opiinlistic Zonlans iensider: I. They are required, in the absence of other housing on
Ma Zone, to accept Canal quarters in order to perform their duties;
2. The 'entire Z014i constitutes the Panami Canal's "business premises";
Their rental is deducted from thelt salary.
Therefore (they hope), no incne tax payable on the rent.

m t, 1 1 1 t ,, i ,,
f
,,Satety Kuie bliences Snips Kaocilos',-
,
, t
. d ,
,,,
B en tmpire Reac'h 'Pe ro Miguei
etwe ,
,
, Radio silence is to be observed 41, Vessels in transit. Radio is carried out by vessels in their
,by all shipt between the north transmitters, radars, diathermy charge by obtaining an affirma affirmaend
end affirmaend of Empire reach and-Pedro machines and all other frequen- tive statement from the Masters.
Miguel locks during the present ey-emitting ,devices shall be clos- "This directive is effective
widening .of Cucarache,teach of ed down; between the north end' May 30, 1959, laid ,remains in ef efGaillard
Gaillard efGaillard eut as a precautionary of Empire reach (Station 1600) feet until further notice, probably
'measure against possible detona- and tho northern end of Pedro about two year.
tion of explosives accidentally. Miguel locks. .4
, A similar safety' rulewas em- B. Panama Canal Company -
ployed during the work' on Con- floating equipment, Radio trans- Clilomen's League
tractors hill. -; nutters shall be closed down
The regulation on the, use of when eraft are in Paraiso and 11,1
' emberille'Stigh1
frequency-emitting devices, such Cucaracha reaches, except, that
as radio transmitters iind' radtr is transmission may be made in ., , .', ... ..,
during 'the :widening. 'Aaillard ease -4,entergency,
eut is' continue& in ,It''', special !.1113e.: foregoing. restrictions dd As'Honote -Guests'c'
memorandunt issued by, Capt." W, not enel. to pilots': portable ra- , -.
S. Rodimon,,niarine direetor.',The dio' sets-, ; , if c ,..,, , ..
rule it te 14 effective' tintil fur- "Piloterabill take positive ac- Wanted '--pueSts of honor!
ther notice, 'probliblY 'about two tion to Thsure 40 this directivei Inds unusual request was made
removhile-rao ,,worr le in, thek. 1,4 ,'4. .11, It A 1.., t , .; by Dean Reser C, Hackett of the
reee,,tokottsttforable amounts ti, k,, r: 1 'yt si .,,, ) 1121,4.,:., 1,, T a 01661 ZonerJunior4ollege !during,
el lexplosivet L-wilf bl'Illiede:,. for' itt 4 le'A oil 4 4!;,44,: P110:41trioto, Collet eserelate4 held
0
blasting eperitions.i .:-,'' '''t 4019 ,,,,,.,0,,titiatsitialk .'6., LetterallYin::::thcAtiot,iti,v
A:neater,.;- t '----tr'',-,; -,-07-,:': :-
The ntemorandum la quoted lbe- 14' I, to', et -',. dpil;:-',
CAE ';.; ,' 't
$ tallonort'''' bilacke inntbt!ne4 that 1:.Whell
In. order 16,reduce the risk t II, ''' ,
'r- t e new school auditorium Is 6-
, pened in August, the .tultior Col Coleecidentat
eecidentat Coleecidentat detonation 'inf explosives or Aliii,,,, tn.,.
lege Student Associatlon 'would
While work IS in progress in Cu- a mA rutin
earache resell,. the following re- Ply 1111Hill present an 'electric organ to the
.
'frictions, shall be imposed oil all ; --, new building..,,,
----1. ,,,A prlift in the Canal: NEW YORIC (VPI)--Stitel pro- 'rhe fund for the purchase et
44.k Ahseeta le tams- at ortti 'tit Mitlf

Wanted '--pueSts honor!
, This unusual request was made
by Dean Aiiger C, Hackett of.the
Carts' ZonerJuniorXollege
the 4)-lititioro Collet exercisee4 bald
yeaterdayte:Ahe 7,Neeto-4,itia'Sv
Thtiater.-T,
,,',Hackett tmettnced thit,1vheri
the new school' auditorium is o opened
pened opened in August, the Iuldote Col College
lege College Student Association would
present an 'electric organ to the
-
new building.
The fund for the purchase of
the organ was, started 'in MaY,
1943,, with 4575 United Stated
bond presented to the Canal lone
Junior College by members of
the-Canal Zone Women't League,
Since then 'the fund has grown
through donations from students
and 'other sources.
Hackett would like representa representatives
tives representatives of the Canal Zone Women's
League to attend the presenta presentation
tion presentation ceremony as guests of hon honor,
or, honor, Since the league has been out
of existence since, 1943, those
members who are still on the
Isthmus have been asked to get
in touch TIM Junior College.
During his commencement ad address.
dress. address. hackett also annotmced
that this, the 25th graduating
class of the college, was holding
its last commencement exercises
in the Diablo Theater. Next year,
he said, the contmencement
would be held in the new audi auditorium
torium auditorium which will be completed
by the end of July.

Drlers,Reminclesi
To,UseCoution
,
As Children Play
Beware. Children are it play!
Now that Vacation is starting
in the Canal Zone for more
than 7000 school children, mo motorists
torists motorists in the Canal Zone have
been asked again to use special
care in driving through red'
dential areas.
The school year came to a
close this week in all ,Canal
Zone 11.13. Khoo's, releasing sev several
eral several thousand boys and, girls
who will be playing near their
homes and travelling back and
forth to playgrounds and swim swimming
ming swimming pools. s
The sumnier vacation, period
which start officially to tontorrow
ntorrow tontorrow and '4, 1 1 1 continue
through August 31.... t

,
,,
N61Usinglsidv,"'
him,otio, Lift
The neW, automatic', eleVatOr
which-las" been insttdied .the
Tivoli,: Guist lioUse',.to replace
the olde elefatA?ri" begen Pere Peretion
tion Peretion this weelt.:,, ',
Wort, on,,the idstallatIon of
the new elevator 'was complet completed
ed completed last,.,weet,,i by the 'Otis "Els..
vathr Company, and the prclect
was inspected; 'and acepted by,
the Contract ,'',and Inspection
Division.'
The, worle, which initUded re reinforcing
inforcing reinforcing of the walls of the' Ti Tivolt
volt Tivolt Guest House, was Complet Completed
ed Completed approximately, six,'weeks a ahead
head ahead of Schedule,. The new ele elevator'
vator' elevator' will serve the three floors
of the, Tivoli Guest 'Hotta,
, w, ". t: '4 i

; the peep!. IcSi)io' the' trial& 14111'thii-einuttiy is' safe Abraham Lincoln

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PANAMA; 11;, n'TUZSD4114: NIL 1151

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TIONIIIPW0,:,1Mak.ftijN4VO4:

Dr, ',Tame' Zete Ito a distinctish
ed scientist who spent most of his
73 years on thelstlimus,,died to,
day at Ms borne is Panama City.
r, ,!
Tor several': years,, br. Zetek
had been inactive,due to- t tardine
condition. It -was- this, lin,,eon lin,,eonjuctinn
juctinn lin,,eonjuctinn with r pneumonia. ,';that
caused his death; u.

Though he took at onergetie,,In onergetie,,Interest
terest onergetie,,Interest in all &aped of zoology,
his balk subject was entomology.
He was one of the worles out outstanding
standing outstanding experteon tertitites; and
termite eontrol.
Both an filo Isthmut ant'among
scientists everywhere, Dr letek's
name was closely linked with the
animal and ,insect refuge which
he helped establish for the ,United
States government at BornINColo BornINColoratio
ratio BornINColoratio ialand ,the ;early 15201,
Porn' in Ch Cam .on Dec 12
,
1889, Dr. Zetek was 'graduated,
from the University et, Illinois.
In 191, when he- was only 25
years old, he came to the Canal
to work as an eitomologist ,with
the Canal's Sanitary, Department,
After 1 years,' there he ";,was
transferred to the ,Iloard of Health
laboratory in. Panama City,.

Law lioc amo assoclatd,
wlth tho US ()opt. of Agri--
culturo. When ifio National. Ito Itosearch
search Itosearch Council sought site fort
tropical zoological laboratory,
Zook was instrumental lirtho
choir. of Barre Colorado.
',
The Island of 4,000 acres In dr drtun
tun drtun taken to which animals, rep reptiles
tiles reptiles and insects Nhad fled when'
the water rose was proclaimed a
US national park hi 1923.
'
From then on; Barro Colorado be became
came became Dr. Zetek's life work..nlie
terested -various universities -and
scientific grOuPli, donating
equipment and ,funds for
life conservatioaand study,;4,-'

,
D,Aqi,y NEWSPAPER

t-,owt7

A -,
Dr. lainek Zetekl.
Att ,A:-;,4; or. ,4.",
74 A 70111,, 73,,,
M rst

Scientists- from-all over the worild
have beet coming to Barro Colo
redo for nearly 40 years to stu.
dy, birds,"insects, monkeys, other
mamalslnd tropical verdure,
! t In '19 for financtill .reasons,
the -Caner, Zone biologiol area
there became department of the
Smithsonian, Institution in Wash Washington,.
ington,. Washington,. it 'move that assured it a
Continultit.future,
Mir fieronite-proofing of wood
was.gone ,,'1 Dr. Zetok's chief
studies, end be was the author
of many scientific wapiti.' en this
and roleted topics.
Never the dry scientis, Hjim.
my' Zetek as he was known to
many people half his age was
a genial man who loved the beau beau'
' beau' ties of the tropical landscape.
:Insects and other fauna interest interested
ed interested 'him, and they were his work,
, but he reacted also to the look of
the skies,kand the jungle, and to
the colors of flowers.
In tamp Barro Colorado, or
at the Amador Road quarters he
occupied .for many years, Jimmy
was never averse to sitting with
friend over cocktails to exchange
stories. 4.
s-t
Ris, fiving-room-office was a
typical sciehtist's home like that
of a pack-rats. But when he want-
ed to "bowie visitor a pamphet on 1
Army anti, he could put his
fingers right on it.
Dr. Zeta had been a widower
for many "vars. He is survived by
his daughter, Mrs. Ella Zetek
Rhode of guayaquil, Ecuador. He
also leavesa sister and brother,
'Florence and Charles Zetek, both
of Chicago.
Funeral ,services were to have
been conducted at 4 p.m. 'today
from the Cristo Rey Church in Paimma

Drivers With
Unpaid Plates
Held Monday

Several Panama City motorists
were arrested yesterday for oper operating
ating operating their vehicles with unpaid unpaidfor
for unpaidfor license plates.
Some 2000 vehicles were said
to have been in this situation
last week, but many owners form formed
ed formed long lines at the Municipal
Treasury to pay up their license
plate taxes before a deadline
granted by the City Treasurer
ended last Friday.
However, up to noon today a
considerable number of vehicles
were still out of circulation
while their owners sought to
bring their payments up to date.
Motorists are allowed to get
their new license plates at the
beginning of every year by just
paying for the first month. Aft After
er After that they may make monthly
payments within the month the
taxes are due or pay a surcharge.

Some owners usually allow payi
ments to fall in arrears for sev several
eral several months until a crackdown is
ordered bv the City Treasurer
or until the time comes to get
new plates, which are not issued'
unless the old license tags are
completely paid for. As a result
of this practice the City Council
has decided that next year own owners
ers owners will have to pay their license
tags for at least sla months be betrfeCksresigil
trfeCksresigil betrfeCksresigil 11001;latitletl."10,'
4 4,Y,

Safi Mat Mint
Gorgas Slaffers
Ends In Mishap

Coffee conversation at the Bah
boa Clubhouse still centers on a
weekend skin diving expedition
which turned into a near-tragedy
for a group of Zonians.
The group of Gorges Hospital
personnel and their wives had
taken off for the San Bias for a
few days of relaxation, as well
as a bit of practice at skin diving.

Members of the party were en enjoying
joying enjoying a bit of sea scouting in
rough waters in the island chain.
Off Porvenir, their boat, the Sea
Horse) smashed into a reef and
split its bow. Three of the wom women
en women aboard the Sea Morse were
catapulted overboard in the im impact,
pact, impact, but fortunately suffered on only
ly only minor bruises.
An unidentified boat of fisher fishermen
men fishermen in the area served as the
rescue craft, escorting the strand stranded
ed stranded crew to Porvenir and notify notifying
ing notifying authorities at Albrook of the
mishap.
A helicopter from Albrook Air
Force Base, it was reported. was
dispatched to the scene and re returned
turned returned the five women of the par party
ty party to the Zone.
It could have been tragic. but
turned out to be a lovely week weekend,
end, weekend, one of the dunked women
reported off the cuff.

Student Leaders
Forego Jail Grub

Two Panama City student lead leaders
ers leaders who were arrested last month
and are still being held in a Pana Panama
ma Panama 'jail, reportedly went on hun hunger
ger hunger strike today.
The students are Blas Bloise
Calderon and Humberto Brugiat

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CLMeritSystem,Appeals Board Announced
,, ,, 1,,.. ,.,,,4:,,,,, -., ,
WASHINUTON't 3111141 (5:190.--'rhe aPpointment of the members of tho new Canal Zone
Me.rit System board of appeahi was announced today.
The Merit System ;went into iffect'AtIong :With the Single Wage'Plan Feb. 22. Since then
ihere have been many request, from CC government employes on the Canal Zone for review
of metrit systems but. in the absence. till $101V of an appeals board, no formal appeals. i
The board amtounted todaywill kr the final arbiter on Merit System appeals. There is (
n o provision tor Amy appeal from the. appeal board's rulings.
I
Membership 'of tho, boards,as announced tode3'. is: I
' r Asa. M. McCain. chairman., chief of the classification appeals office. bureau of inspections
t
Seaward. ma' '','11",.! murih.'y
and classification audits, Civil Service CoMmis glen, Washington. ,.
,0 Gordon lif. Frick, oseeutive secretary4' Canal Zone Civilian Personnel, POLICY Coordinating
, I
slaii pos' itio'n 'elassifier, VS Army Caribbean Command, and mem-
ber of the inter-agency joint technical ,tommit tee responsible for development of Canal Zeno
Jab evaluation, and pay plan& ,,, 0- t
.' .Sdward W. Hatchett, Junior 'College, imtcuctor, School's Division. Canal Zone government, t
' ', Reginald, Callender.) clerk in tht,payroll branch of the Panama Canal ,rompany. t
r Alternate 'members are: --,
' ItalahD..temley. alternato chairman, assistant to director of bureau of inspections and
slassitlestion edits. Civit Service Commission. Wuhington.
Mrs. Margaret Marphy, wage and salary analyst, staff of personnel director, Panama Ca-
,lial Company-CanalZone Government. 4. ,
.1. Donald D. Piper director at purchasing and contracting, Caribbein Air Command.
, Theodore P. McGann, 'planner and estimator for public works, headquarters of the 15th
',Naval Diatrict, ',Canal sena. , ,, .. ,
, Alfrado it Morris, suporvimory 4lerk. boa' dquartors of the 15th Naval District.

34 Workers Get
More than $10,000

From Carter Firm

Contractor John V. Carter has lost the Canal Zone's
first $1-an-hour test 'case, it was learned today.
A triumphant Local 900 spokesman hailed the result
as a union victory, won "through the united, all-out fight
put up by organized labor in the Canal Zone and Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian foreign office" since the $1-an-hour law was first
declared aPplioable on the Canal Zone as from Nov., 29,
1007

1957.
The United States District Court in Cristba, has or ordered
dered ordered Carterand his firm to pay 34 employes a total of
more than $10,000. This represents the difference bli.1
twefn what tkey were actually paid for work on a Coco
Solo naval base contract, and what they would have earn:
ed had Carter Old 'them the $1-an-hour Federal minimum
wage.
Several of the employes will go well over $600 each
,

1 1 lwa iwiltYhh. al :ft ht
.
' from Carter under Disirici Judge -Guthrie F. Crowe's ruti
- ..
, .. -,,
; ling,i,that lite-ininanum wage laW definitely applied iia
r the Coca $1Aalihat,,repair job.
.
1' At the outset of the issue, Carter declared he would
.
challenge the US's:right to apply the Federal minthium.
,
1 wage law to the anal Zone on the grounds that the,Zone
was Panamanian sOverliga territory. Howeyer .he did not.
: 'pursue this pollit e ore-the ceurt-anditwas hot a factor ,,,,,,,,,,
L'C ,,,,, ,,, 9' g;. ,,.. :,, ,, --,,,,,
roWeattai,gt0,) ,'- : ,,,,,,';:' 7',1,,,4;7;Y.v,,:.,,,r',!.-';,'.A,
'', 7flite -, .':eitie goer:a-a-03o ,the tr tilt Labor Oitiitaisient isoi. '
'overtrrne provision& of the Fair tended that' the i: suit, wits -'
Labor Standards Act, alias the brought on the ,baali of 'where
federal minimum wage law.. the actual work was performed.
Suit was brought against and the court upheld his con. :
contractor Carter and his son, tention.
At issue primarily was ,the .1,.
John V. Carter, Jr., by James Panama sovereignty over thii
, matter of US Jurisdiction. the
P. Hitchell, US Secretary of La- Panama Canal Zone never be-. ..
applicability of the Fair Labor
in September 1958 Came an issue in the trial.
Standarde Act to Panama Ca-
, nal Zone territory and. fi-
theneet.acurislueettliaholo Foe erootribdi etabnie, ...
rhether or not the Coco Sg,
apwbflottreyh' r:tatihhaelefli :lei 41dhl 0, 'f' ro ifwDmret teptreernrCt h iit rert nee cirt u, I teesmskt is
specified
itnhDgemoar.cithigon ttoh er e cpoevrei or dm o n ey due
,
'' firm 1,yas
regarded a instrumen 0
engaged in .the rebuilding of
US interstaatan t' I
Ainpritt2e5,sunit5,8,Ncoavr.telres, 1957, to
the original 716 foot headwharf e commerce. ,i
ald connecting piers 2, 3, and bor Stand d 'A t e a
ar a c applies MY
4 at the Coco Solo, Nav-al eta- 'where interstate
commerce is
tion. involved.
Men employed by the con- ,
tractor at the time said pay The issue of Ittriscliction eva-
scales ranged from 35 cents porated when the soverei t
per hour for ordinary laborers issue was not raised. Rn 7
to a top rate of 75 cents per Applicability of the minimu ''
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hour for skilled welders. wage law was based on a 1957
All Of the 34 employes claim claim.
. claim. act of Congress which ruled the
ed they were entitled to the' Si Fair Labor Act :did aPply here .'
per hour minimum age as well in matters included within ita
as to overtime for a work week ,tramework.
exceeding 40 hours. However, most imPortant of
Preliminary findings of the all was the question of the use
Labor Department in Washing- the Coco Solo wharf is put to.
ton agreed the men's claim was In regarding his decision for
valid, this paving the way :Or the Labor Department and the
formel legal action here. 34 employee. Crowe upheld the
At the time the suit Was government's contention that
was filed Carter, a fiery and the installations Carter built
outspoken man well known on are used bv ocean going ,vessels
the Panama n I a n business whose normal duty and opera- .''
scene, charged he was "being tion takes them beyond the
made a guinea pig. . for three mile territorial limit of
harassment" by locals of the the Canal Zone. ,
American Federation of Stale,
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County & Government Erni-. Carter's attorney had argued
ployes (AFL-C10). there was no clear cut reason
Leaders of the union's LoCal to believe thiS was so.
900 here. and International Crowe's judgment, entered ,
legally as of Ma 25
Y ordered ',-',
Representative, William H. Sin Sinthe
the Sinthe Ca t
r erg to pay 310,787.38
lair had requested an hives hivesc
c hivesc r plus accrued interest of S754.98
tigator from the Wage, Hou on the back wa es rh
g e Carters! .,
and Public Contract& Division ..,.
re also ordered to pay cost of .,
of the Labor Department be l'ic
the litigation f hi h '
. or w c exetuy,
sent to the Canal Zone to look -
lion nas not yet been e2,tereLL ,, .;
ihto the 'case.
Employes involved in Lie suit, '" ''
The civil,
action brought a- and the amount of their indi4 ,''..'
gainst Car.ter and his firm was crued interest). is as follows: i '''
a direct outgrowth of this in- vidual claims (excluding acs. ,,,,:
vestigatidn., Hermengiodo Alonzo ($583.58). '',,,
Mi of the employes involv- Marcelino Berri ($668,8) 0,Josb ',',
ed were ll'anamanian 'citizens Chlari $306.94). Rav K. Clarke ,';
and Carter said at the time 0188.801. George H. Cox ($170.- ,,
he did not believe the US 50), Newton E. Davis 4334.30)1
had 1111) right to legislate in Fermin Diaz 4617.81), Altrea
ni fl tiers ett 3 ce rning n Olt I eSi- Vincent Brown ($490.37), Andy 4
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tipnts tit thim eanni 7nnio

.,",11 tgrtutfat 41,110Y
dents of tile Canal Zone. Cuthbert Dreckett $620.30)-,
He also maintained that Pan- German Gajardo ($499.90). '
Charles Gironden ($167,00). Do,
lima has neve: renouived sty- nest J. Fletcher t$100.901,
Mingo Gondola ($167.00),
be rueti g nbtays, ovmeerretil3r gCraannatel d Ise
jitrisdiction tor the purpose of uardo Gonzalez (345.50). Ivan,
building, operating, maintaining hoe Harris ($381.90). ArCadle de
and defending the Canal. Hazos ($355.20). George Jame!,
Legal experts in Washington ($045.79), trUgrent0 MOlinnt
later doubted that sovereignty (5298.98), Enrique Monyama
would become a,n isitie of the (5475.20). !Cloy Mosquera ($4,32., ''''' 4
case, and when the case came 71). Juan Mosquera ($445.49).
to trial before Crowe oh Feb, 17 Modesto Mudarra ($341175),'Atift
they were proved right. gustine Mulder ($10043). Gregeo 4
Woodrow de Castro. attor- rio Pacheco ($2139.15).' Aquiline
ney tot the Carters. worked Palacio ($200.95). Gervasie rat ratonergetientir
onergetientir ratonergetientir to establish that ma ($503.70), Edmund 'Laurence
, oral contracts between the Peat (5013.97), Genam Roddy
firm and its employes were Ruez t$374.50). Arnola Rook
made outside the Canal Zone (50126.10). Carlos Sanchez (SOL ,',
os 59). Wilfred Stewart A$339.50),
and thus the court bad
jurisdiction In the Matter. Ramon Valdez 4169.10), Salim
But Jamee M. Miller. counsel tiage Wale 4$931945).,

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measure against possible detona- and the- northern end of Pedre about two years. ',.:. ,,,.vt,T0, P.,:: .0.,,,.:,, ?,,,,,,,,,&.,,:,f, :
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The :regulation on the, uee of when : craft are in Paraiso and mei
frequency-emitting devices; such Cucara,cha 'reaches, except, that tiltmbereApa, Hri
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Inds unusna request lvats: nia 0 i ..
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so:,;. ,,,..,.,, ;.- , la t tit 7:':' oh:',,,::,.- A 'Sackett innetinced that ,,,,:tvhen .- ;,,', : - -- : . :,- !, ';: , .? 4 '1 '. .. r i '''' .;,. -i S a
4.41n, order ,14,reduce the risk :of Sr '',' al S e3 on '-'. the new 'school,' auditorinin': la s 11, ,'... ,'.. : -, ,.; ,. '.,'''.2,,::....:i:li,.' '
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accidental' detonation 'id exPlesives At ti ,,...--1',,, --. t
lege Student Association Would Dr, lame' Zeteko a distingtfish Scientist; from-all over the worild qv
ed seientist who:spent most of his have heed, coming to Barro Colo- r
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earache ?tartly the,. following re ., 0, present an electric organ to. the
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strictionerhall be impesed ett all ; ,: :7
' The fund for the, ntycluist of day at Ms home it P,attiama City. dy, birds,:iinsects; monkeys, other En
Teasels and craft in the Canal: -NEW '..YORIC (VPI)--Steel pror
duction just missed sitting, a new the :organ was startea In maY, ' ., r', ,( ', mamets Snd tropical verdure,
, United, Stated Tor several', years,. br ZeWE -.. ,: ; g
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POTTIER

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' Sir:
The steady passage of ships through the Panama Canal.
. day by day, week by week, and month DY nth. year in and
year Ma rallainS one of the miracles of our modern world. The
,Panama Canal Lt known the world over in shinning circles as
S dependable operation. At the head of this important operation
titv v. vi, imam s. Potter represents the U.S. Government and its
'Citizens. He il the most popular governor the Canal has had
In years.
',, Under Potter new records for the numbers of ships transit transiting
ing transiting are made regularly. But for the first time in history vessels
are not transiting promptly because there are not sufficient
.Panama Canal pilots available. Ptter must bear full responsib responsibility
ility responsibility for this situation.
.. Until a few years ago there were two lists of 25 applicants
each kept on file fot the position of Panama Canal pilot. The
'lists were revised quarterly and the Canal Company could. at
any time, have Its pick of the best qualified young men in the
US maritime industry. Pilots qualifications were high. but the
position of Panama Canal pilot was considered very desirable.
This situation has changed. Today there are few applications
.0n hand. Young shipmasters are better paid elsewhere. Working
tonditions, for the local pilots are terrible. The position of Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal pilot has a bad name which is worldwide.
A Panama Canal pilot's work week Is based on a six-dav
week. He has one no-work day each week which begins at mid midnight
night midnight and ends at the next midnight. Often he doesn't finish
his assignment until 2 a.m. or 3 aln. on his no-work day. and
as often is called out again for duty within a few hours after
his no-work day is finished.
He is guaranteed a 24 hour no-work day, but only 2 half
nights sleep. He can plan on having at least one weekend oft.-
(Saturday and Sunday) every seven (1) months.
The Panama Canal pilot has no regular shift. He is on call
at any hour during his six day week. He is often in a duty status
30 hours during a 48 hour period. Pilots shift from ship to shin
during transits because of the pilot shortage.
Worldng conditions for Panama Canal pilots are disgrace disgraceful,
ful, disgraceful, particularly for an agency of the US government. Is this,
really the year 1959 or is it 1859?
A Cristobal towboat captain assigned to the pilot force last
year went back to his old job. A ferryboat captain in Balboa
was assigned t the pilot force after a few months he asked for
re-assignment to his old job. A Balboa pilot is now in the proc process
ess process of oeing tratsierred to the Norfolk navy yard. 1
, During the past three years a number of the older pilots
retired years eariier than the mandatory retirement age. It was,
no secret that they left because of hardships on the job in the
torm of too much overtime, odd hours, and not enough rest.
The Panama Canal Company requires its pilots to break
every rule ever recommended by doctors for keeping healthlY
In the tropics. Many pilots have suffered permanent damage to
their health during the past fiye years due to overwork. The
health record of many pilots still on the lob is poor.
Port Captains, assistant Port Captains. senior pilots and
others familiar with the situation have repeatedly 4urgecl the,
)Aarine Director and Governor to give the litnation More;Atten More;Attenton.
ton. More;Attenton. Promises to do so have not, In my opirtiotv beeti,kent.
' to October. 1957. a group of angry pilots met with the Ma Marine
rine Marine Director and Col. Hugh M. Arnold, then acting governor.'
They urged that the pilot force be upped to 110. This figure
Was agreed on and later confirmed by the Governir's office in
a newspaper announcement.
This promise was never kept either, unless I have been mis misinformed.
informed. misinformed. On May 15. 1959, Potter wrote to the secretary of the
itilots ASSOCiatiOn again promising to up the pilot force to 110
en somotinast during 1959. This seelna like a repeat of the.
romise made in 1957, a promiae which as I say, has never to'
my knowledge been kept. In the interim retirements and resig-'
nations have just about equaled replacements.
Officials of the Panama Canal Company who know little of
pilots, ships, or the maritime industry have traditionally setn1
policy for everything which has to do with the pilots. Pettyl
jealousy and personal prejudice has prevailed over reason.
The assistant to the Marine Director has a new plan to
relieve the pilot shortage. This plan, would allow shops' cap captain
tain captain to pilot their vessels through much of the Canal.
This a plan that was discarded in 1952 when suggested byl
the GAO. The large shipping comapnies and insurance compa compalies
lies compalies turned this plan down and termed it "reckless and irrespon-1
sible."
AVeritge vessel size is increasing year by year. It is very un unlikely
likely unlikely that such a plan will win favor with the shipping com-1
panies seven years after it was rejected the first time.
Many well-known men with great accomplishments to their
credit have gone down in history better known by one of their
outstanding errors which came to the attention of their superior
or the general public.
Can or wili the GOVernOr solve the pilot- shortage before
Serious delays to skimpily occur? Will he be known as the first
governor in the history of the Canal Zone who personally let a
situation develop whereby a serious delay in Canal traffic oc occurred?
curred? occurred? 1859 or 1959?

SPECIAL TRAIN HASSLE

Sir:

I have been reading ataiut the nonget-together of the Pacific
Commissary Club and the Club Altamira regarding the running of
, ,a special train to Colon on Father's Day.
' A letter which I believe to be from the brass of the Club' Alta Altasilk&
silk& Altasilk& declared that their Jan. 21 special train request to the Panama
Railroad brought a Feb 10 answer from manager R. E. Pinkham in
-which there was no indication that any other group had made a
similar request.
If the Pacific Commissary Club considers it had made such a
request before that time, the railroad authorities did not consider
,that any such representations as may have been made constituted
a formal request.
' This view is impported by a later passage hi the letter from the
'Club Altamira brass, which Oates: "Fourteen days later, or about
' Feb. 24, the railroad advised the Club Altamira that another re re.quest
.quest re.quest had been 'recently accepted'
A guy doesn't have to be a college graduate to realize that "re "re,
, "re, eently accepted" means, in this ease, "since the first one was ac accepted."
cepted." accepted." The Pacific Commissary Club says it was merely renewing -a
request msde one year ago. The correspondence from the Panama
Railroad :ndicates that, in the railroad's view, the club was making
an original requert, and not renewing a long-standing one.
As for the merger talk, the Pansma American Feb. 15 carried
a list of Club Altamira projects for the first half of the year. This
list included the running of a Father's Day special train to Colon
on JIMP 21
By Fel). 15 the Pacific Commissary Club had already announced
plans for observing its ninth anniversary with a Queen Contest and
dance May 16, but nothirm Wag mentioned of a Father'll PaY Pees!
train to Colon. If the Pacific Commissary Club brass had such a pro
Ject in mind at that time it was only in their mindit. and not on ;he
files of the railroed officials who handle such speeials. .;
The Pacific Commissary Club claims that the Vrofit trom'the
Father'x Day special train will help towards the ethfcation of Parai Paraien's
en's Paraien's Marx! Hinds, who is scheduled to enter the Canal Zone Junior
College st Die beginning of the next school year. It further claims
that the club is run for "the recreational activities of employers ind
their guests." rather than in the interests of club meMbers.
How did it become an institution responsible for subsidizing "the
).4ecreational activities of emnloyes and their guests." Employes of
'where' Everything is strangely vague.
After nine years of successful operations under othei terms
''comes this after thought about the Pacific Commissary,Club helping
,:someone get a better education.
4 Last year the Pacific Commissary Club was involved in an al al'
' al' Omost identical hassle about the running of 'medal trains, except.than
- then the trouble was with the Mutual Aid Club of Paraiso, a grow,
, ,,,Sodedicatel to charitable work. The Pacific Commissary Club eventual eventual.
. eventual. ran the train for the benefit, according to club officials "of the
,' recreation' activities of members and their guests." Not a ,word,
styou will notice, about educational assistance. though it was a mkt mkt4cessful
4cessful mkt4cessful excursion and should have cleared an appreciable suM
omoney.
Meanwhile, for quite some ijme at least six young persons hive
: been enjoying scholarship awards from the Club Altamira.
I think. therefore, that if the field of education is going to be the
, tt chosen ground for the train fight, the Pacific ComMisitary Club will
be well-advised to get out of the argument as rapidly and as grace gracep;
p; gracep; fully as it tan.
,4 Watchful Eye.

1,,,,- 4, been eninvmg scriniarstun awards from the l'itin Al !anima. given an Indian
1 ,;'...-.." '14 I think. therefore, that if the field of education is going to be the region, meaning
'..:'.:. .... If chosen ground for the train fight, the Pacific Comibissary Club will guise "near the
' ., '0, be well-advised to get out of the argument as rapidly and as grace- is descriptive of
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By VICTOR .RIESEL
From the most highly. placed
.eteran, soopisticated Washington
aime, fighters this column his
.earned that the early Cia itin drag dragnet
net dragnet tightened around the Mafia
last Thursday morigng is the o opening
pening opening of a five-year plan to
crack all the multi-billion dollar
crime syndicates once and for
all time.
Strategy of the Justice Dept.,
this time working with that
tight little band in ,llarry Ans Anslinger's
linger's Anslinger's Nucotics Bureau, is first
to establish the teehininge, pre precedent
cedent precedent and legality of smashing
one big syndicate. This time it is
the gang of Sicilian outlaws liv living
ing living her2 as U.S. citizens mosly
in the East. Then it will be the
Chicago syndicate. Then six or
seven more such crime networks,
each centered in a big city but
with outposts across tne lanb
As each major band of bandits
is probed and indicted, the Jus Justice
tice Justice Dept. will fan out from each
case into interlocking rings. As
evidence is establisned and Jus Juslace
lace Juslace Dept. specialists in each of
tlie government's 94 district of
'fices ;iecome more expert, the
,Federals will move on the small smaller
er smaller crime groups. It is the Delia
that there is a small syndiezte
operating in the image ol the
big time Mafia gambling, narco narcotics
tics narcotics and labor combines in vir virtually
tually virtually every sizable city.
Much of this phhosophy and
practice is the brain work of an
expert in being unobtrusive a
New York anti-trust specialist,'
Milton R. Wessel. For over a year
he has been gathermg evideoce
that would hit at one mg mint
and not just at a few mobs mobsters.
ters. mobsters. His theory was to gather some
30 or 40 top crime fighters trom
every vital part of the govern government.
ment. government. Then Wessel cluiellY
20-hour days studying the entire
mob combine wnat it did, hat
business it was in, Who lead leaders
ers leaders were, what they imported,
sold and distributed, what their
relationship was to each other,
what money and muscle they
lent each other, and what they
knew of each other socially,
commercially and criminally. Once
it was determined that the rack racketeers
eteers racketeers acted in coneert, a conspi conspiracy
racy conspiracy was established.
Wessel and his special "group
against syndicated crime" knew
they could not pierce the Mafia
code of "Omerta." This is the
curtain of silence, ,the spirit of
standing up, against
which is the obsession eCthe Ma Mafia.
fia. Mafia. But the'Wess'il gir4'aid hot
let "Omerta" bother them. rte.
ther they have turned it into
a weapon against the under,
ground society itself.
Having established the conspira conspiracy
cy conspiracy and the fact that the govern government
ment government was probing such a cons conspiracy,
piracy, conspiracy, it makes no difference
what the eons-piracy is. It Is a
crime in itself to sit With others
and plan to stall the govern government's
ment's government's prole, even if it is an in investigation
vestigation investigation by the Interior Dept.'s
Wild Life Division.
'rhus the Justice Dept. under
Wessells theory, can heap pro prosecution
secution prosecution atop of prosecuiton, once
the big syndicate is cracked, It
isn't what a goon said, it is lhat
he didn't say or evaded saying
whan asked under oath. It vs the
"Omerta," the great silence it itself.
self. itself. Out of this is expected to come
the drive against the night terror
and shakedowns of the labor
racketeers.
For, inside tir Malia-Apala
chin crime combine are men who
have had influence in the hod
carriers, in the longshoremen, in
the hotel and restaurant in
the garment and textile districts,
in food distribution, the taxi
business, transportation, juke box
installation and in the labor re.
lations-fixing circles.
Of course, much of this is tied
in with the ghoulish mulu-billion
dollar narcotics trade. niat's
why Harry Anstinger's bureau ran
the dawn roundup.
By weaving all this together
and peeling off violations against
a thousand Federal statutes, the
anti-crime high command beleves
it can crack the mob combine for
the first time.
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F ACT
Until 18111 the Massachusetts
territory included Maine, and
a century prior to 1741, New
Hampshire. In 111111 its bound boundaries
aries boundaries were Axed with Vermont
and New Hampshire on the
north, Connecticut and Rhode
Island on the south and the
Atlantic Ocean on tbe east ant',
New York on the west. Tiu
state now has an area of 8,25'
square miles. Its name wa
given an Indian tribe in th,
region, meaning in thMr Ian
guest "near the hills," whic
is descriptive of the state.
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BROADWAY
Celebs About Town: Ethel Mer Merman,
man, Merman, star of "Gypsy," joining the
cast upstairs at Sardi's (after the
exciting premiere) instead of mak making
ing making the "grand entrance" on the
main floor...Rhonda Fleming of
Hollywood in aquamarine pajamas
and topcoat at midnight fondling
a Teddy Bear on Central Park
South Loretta' Young and son
Christopher being admired by the
Danny's Hideaway dinner crowd
...Tony Martin, tbe Copa's current
click, and comic Jack E. Leonard
breakfasting at Rumpelmayer's in
the St. Moritz...Anna Magnani, in
town for "Orpheus Descending,"
the film, shopping in Tiffany's
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., tall,
tan and unrecognized by Vassers Vassersby
by Vassersby atJNIadison and 57th Mrs.
Milton Berle getting thg wolf wolfwhistli
whistli wolfwhistli from ecglyntio ;it:36th
and 8th.... Debbie Reynolds doing
the Bright Lights bit, "She doesn't
seem to be enrrying a torch."
someone said..."How can you tell
with a good actress?" eompli eomplimented
mented eomplimented another.
Sallies In Our Alley: Brynie Foy,
the fiqllywood producer, was in
our midst the other afternoon. An
interviewer asked him: "What's
wrong with the movie business?"
"The inmates," he replied,
"have taken over the asylum"
Jean Carroll was asked: "How
would you define alcohol?"...It's
an excellent liquid," she answer answered,
ed, answered, "for preserving almost any anything
thing anything Nit secrets.'
Midtown Vignette: Bob Dunn of
King Features indicate would
have you believe he witnessed it
...A drunk was sig4agging along
the street when twin girls ap approached...They
proached...They approached...They separated to pass
him...The bewildered and spifflicat spifflicated
ed spifflicated fellow turned around, scratch scratched
ed scratched hit heod and mumbled: "How
in bell did she do 'that?"
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Memos of a Midnighter: The
handsome Oklahoma Governor's
interest in the Greenwich Village
Bon Soir show is Kaye Ballard.
comedinne...They say the reason
for the Phyllit Kirk-Mort Sahl spli splituation
tuation splituation was Robert L. Joseph, co conroducer
nroducer conroducer of B'wav-bound "Heart "Heartbreak
break "Heartbreak House" ... "Gypsy" dancer
Marilyn D'Honau. 17. it the big
date of Richard Tate, 21, heir to
Pittsivirgh mining mint...Martha
McMartin. dghtr of Duncan Mc McMartin
Martin McMartin (one of Canads't riebett
men), and Henry Yndwig. of the
Goodman-Todson Tv firm, ar
uh-huhneying.' Her piggv bank
contain million dolltr trust
fund...Mary Mon Tov. who hat a
role in "Sii ',if, Wong." and nro nroAmer
Amer nroAmer Charles Wood are making
the same thadow...Mrt. Rote
(Joyce ,Msthewsl exnected
back from Switterland thorth, mttll
ber rettorAel...Wh6n Eddie
Ind tiv pnto-o4 hob 4tItirie rmm
of the tewenle eriton Trntel (r.n (r.nnom)
nom) (r.nnom) thm nr".efril ifitruAk 1M: "tr.
Has The Whole world In Hit
trends."
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To Sharelibldeis
SIDERURGICA PANAMA, S,A1
(Pangmi Steel Co)
The annual misting of stockholders will Jake place
on Monday, Junip 15, 1959 at 7:30 por,, in the Salon
Panama 'of Hotel El Panama Hilton for the following
purpose:
1. President's Repprt
2. Presentation of financial Statement
3. Election of Directors
4. Any other matter duly presented to
the Assembly
EDUARDO AMR
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years ago Steve Reeves had a
walk-on bit in "Kismet" as one of
Wazir's guards He was better
known as- a former "Mr. Ameri America",
ca", America", because of his- muscles. But
he never made the grade as an
actor An Italian film director
flew him to Rome to test for the
title role in "Hercules" and he
got the job...He became a sensa sensation
tion sensation and the top box office dmv
in 26 countries where the picture
has played... His salary is now
6200,000 per film...He is signed to
make' several more pictures there
.4.The former bit-player will be in introduced
troduced introduced here as the star of "Her "Hercules"
cules" "Hercules" when it opens Tuly lst in
800 theaters.
Broadway Confetti: The','booktes
are laying 3 to 1 on Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson to keep his title in the fight
with- Jobstivison,q-..ttThrushBriar's
riewist tesemante is band bandleader
leader bandleader IteulAn Itif the'APol the'APollo
lo the'APollo Theater...Locals hear that Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brando's ex-wife isn't letting
him forget that she hasn't fo--
given him. Big scenes when he vi
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by tho Dopartment
of tho Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in flu, Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diem' of the Pamma
Canal Zone.)
JUDGMENT BEGINS AT
HOME
"The Lord stand up to
plead, and standoth to ludas tho
people." AV.
"Tho Lord has talon his piaci
to contend, he stands to ludgo
his people." RSV.
There is a difierence of reading
in this verse. The Hebrew reads
the plural, "peoples.' The Revis Revised
ed Revised Standard Version has the sin singular,
gular, singular, "people.' We have follow followed
ed followed the latter and it makes all the
difference. God stands to judge
Judah, not the nations round
about.
During the Trinity season we
are following these oracles of
Isaiah because they apply direct directly
ly directly to us. It is so easy to blame
the other man. We do It &II the
time. The sermon is always onti
that Mr. X. should have beard.
Somehow it does not apply to me.
Like the ancient scribe we prefer
to confess the other man's sins
for him.
The evils which the prophet de denounces
nounces denounces may seem far remo'ved
from us. Yet there is cruelty and
justice, racial discrimination and
exoloitation to which we are a par party
ty party by our neglect and indifference.
The evil begins at home and SO
does the judgment.
Isaiah addresses us directly.
is second person discourse. We
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sits their child...Lovely Angie Dick Dickinson
inson Dickinson of "Rio Bravo" and direc director
tor director Richard Brooks look serious...
Red Skelton's Mether's Day gift
to his wife was a Rolls Royce.
They now have two. His and Hera
The swank Colony restaurant
features Orchid Trees for decor...
Add sound-aliket: "I Know Your
Kind" from the "Destry" musiCal
and Gwen Verdon's memorab'e
version of "Whatever Lola Wants"
Dick Clark blue-pencird the
Kingston Trio's Ditty, "Tia Jtiana
Trail" Henry Fonda's beautiful
daughter Jane will be Esquire's
July cover girl...In early March
the corm said: "There is money
around that the Yanks won't win
the pennant." To-which a sports
scribe added: "What kind of mon.
ey, Confederate?"
eog,Ime,mt.l.
21111410ky fAtt too t6tr,-Iti kip kipTpental
Tpental kipTpental M the. Desert MnAliegaa)
casino...She js a cocktail- waitress

at another spot and her Man Had;Pages in answer to Senator Bev
Done Her WronstWhen sho waR Irett (Wyo.) Mrs. Smith ronsiaer

Done Her Wrong...Wben she was Irett (Wyo.) Mrs. Smith consiaer consiaerthrough
through consiaerthrough working at cm. she ed this deceptive.
sought comfort playing s'2I" at Sl Senator Smith also suspected
a game...Within two hours she tan that O'Donnell was resPonsible for
her winnings (playing two cards news leek from the Pentagon nn nnat
at nnat a time )up to $700. .0ne of 1:013sing that she was peeved be bethe
the bethe dealers Whispered: "When a cause she was not made com cominnergo
innergo cominnergo to dinner's. She mender of the WAIrs in time of
kept playing...When her winnings war.
reached WOO a friend said: "How
greedy can you get? Why don't ERRATIC STATEMENTS
you quit?"..."Not." she sighed,
"until this is $5000. I never had
for promotion before Senaor
Now Lt. Gen. O'Donnell is Up
$5,000"...By noon she had 0,00
gn Smith's committee to be a full
general and top air commander in
when they persuaded her to
home..."To .what?" she sighed.
"I lost my guy. I lave nothing ex.,the Pacific.
rept money. 1 Mrs. Smith is a quiet lady who

Stage Door: "Gypsy" is Broad Broadws3''s
ws3''s Broadws3''s new Hot Ticket. Seats in
Rows A to H for the next 4 weeks
are getting $60 per pair...Pat Su Suzuki,
zuki, Suzuki, Miyoshi Umeki and Juanita
Hall got hefty raises from "Flow "Flower
er "Flower Drum Song"...Gwen Verdon
among the acting crowd opposed
to next season's planned 7:30 curtain-
time..,Steve Allen's mother
(Belle Montrose of' the 2-a-Dayi
will be 'on his TV show several
times in the Fall...Vikki Taylor's
the Phil Silvers program this week
...Tony Bennett will advertise his
aversion to Rot-and-Roll ditties by
not rendering any' during his take takeover
over takeover of the Perry Como Summer
show Harold Nicholas of the
Nicholas Bros. (a crack hoofibg
team) is getting's buildup in Paris
as a recording star...Stephen C.
Cheng of the "Suzie Wong" show
holds an M. A. in Intl Law at Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia U.
INWIMIWAIMINNO
Me Orchid Garden: Rock Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Jean Simmons in the
soon-due "This Earth Is Mine"...
Joni James' new album, -"NO
Strings and Joni"...Lisa Kirk at
the Persian Room Monny and
Claire Le Claire's serenading at
the Diplomat On 52ndRed Niche
olst tootling at the Roundtable
Sandra Church's talent in "Gyp "GypThe
The "GypThe Lite Watch: Janis paige
and British comic D. King prefer
the hides-Woo spots Handsome
Boh NealAhoto'd hi the papyri
With Debbie' Reynolds) is the fav
orite escort of Brigette Rohland.
a Jersey looker...Lovely 'Liz Mc McLnughlin
Lnughlin McLnughlin of New,,, Hampshire is
studybirtUctressipg at 'one of the
drama clams.' F. Sinatra just
found it the mal.n source for the
"Rat Peck" piece that appeared
in Life's Entertainment number.
One of his palsl.,,ahe late star,
Joe' Cook, ,wao never in need of
monty. His long ago' loyal amide.
villi ,sfooge,,' Dave Chem, now a
prosverous,',restaurateur On the
coast, took 'etre of that for decades
:pion UndsaY. dander in ,"The
Misklitan" wed, one of the
stage hands kny day.'..Sulie New Newmar
mar Newmar Of ".,Marriage Go-Round" and
Scott Brads, of 'Destr," try 40
avoid the nosey item-eollectors by
cruising around the park in
hansom keb.
Sounein,the Night:''"How car
you WI -an actor for a friend?
As actor ,ahot Lincoln?!
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WASiIINGION Sen. ',,',' Diet
Aussell of Georgia, CIAVOLOUS
zentleman of the Oici South.
raild to take a good look at the
acommendeO promotion of Lt.
EmMet "AM" O'Donnell
in deference to lady,
The lady is Sen. Margaret
Chase Smith of Maine, a quiet, con-
scientious- member of the &oat
Armed Services Committe who
put up ae-effective fight against
having certain :Haan. Air
Force reservists 'Win promotions
without doing their required train.
Specifically, Mrs. Smith-object-
ed to the promotion of actor
Jimmy Stewart, 'American Aar.
lines' John Montgomery,44-' and
Other bigwigi who had fared to
tho training standards re.
quired of other less.publicized re.
servists.
In opposing them, Mrs: Smith
came into a head-on with
O'Donnell anCwori.-r"..'
' O'Donnell had' boasted-that
chief of Air Force,,Versonnel he
had kicked 611,000 ,men out of the
reserves because their training
wasn't good enough.
"In view of this severity," que.
ried Mrs. Smith,. "why are sou
promoting Brig. Gen. Robert L.
Smith, whose record isn't good
enough either?"
GENERAL CHANGES
R EORG
She referred to the President of
Pioneer Air Lines of Dallas a good
friend of Sea. lyndon Johnson
of Texas, who had only one 15-
day tour of duty in eight years.
When O'Donnell claimed ilmt
Smith had just been on duty irom
Der. 10 to Der. 31, Mrs. Smith
disputed this. O'Donnell implied
that pie lady Senator didn't know
what she was talking about.
But when his testimony came
back from the Pentagon, O'Don O'Donnell
nell O'Donnell had deleted his answers.
They wou)d have made him look
sick.
Senator Smith also pointed to
the fact that John Alison of North Northrop
rop Northrop Aircraft bad not a single 15-
day tour of duty in nine years,
and that J..B. Montogomery, who
retired to to with American' Air Airlines,
lines, Airlines, later with General Elerric,
would get a big tax bonanza if
taken back into the Air Force as
reserve officer.
She also dug up the fact that
actor Jimmy Stewart had taken
only one 15-day tour of duty in 11
years as a reservist, yet O'Don O'Donnell
nell O'Donnell wented to promote him to be
Deputy Director of Operations for
the Strategic Air Command,
whichrequired expert knowledge.
'After Senator Smith finished
cross-examining Rosy O'Donnel,
he changed 43 out,of 49 pages of
his enswerstto her, Outlive to six
pages in inewer' td,Setintor Sten Stennis
nis Stennis (Miss.) and three out'of three
Now Lt. Gen. O'Donnell is Up
for promotion before Senator "'
Smith's committee to be a full
general and top air commander in
the Pacific.
Mrs. Smith is a quiet lady who
isn't likely to stage any forensics.
However, tome other Senators
are interesred in O'Donnell's er.
ratic statements regarding the
use of the A-homb.
On Jan. 19, 1951, at the height
of the Korean War, O'Donbell
was asked whether hcfavoted use
of the A-homb.' He as
quoted in The'New York 'Times:
"I personally believe We should.
have cracked down ,and cracked
down hard is soon as it was de,
termined it was the Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist army attnking us from
across the border."
He then referred to the fact that
the Strategic Air Command was
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explosive,
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22 Greek letter
13 Exchange
premium
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15 Rested
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2 Western state
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8 Molding
Looking glass
7 Borough (six)
Nobleman
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'designed to 4
offensive to th4
aio.m
O'Donnell's' al
ter American
cautioned ghoul
and atter Prim
Attlee of Exist
special trip to
ter with Pvisk
irresponsible st
the A-bomb.
weAremenroitcatno
warned that th4
under the Unitt
As a result oi
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ton and cautio
Vandenberg, A
staff, against
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the Air, Force,
Cong. Paul
also criticized i
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not learned a
son in this was
Since O'Dont
Put in full cer
Force in the
single bombing
mainland near
su could lead
Senators are a
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from the hip.
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bdesigned to' deliver, the ato
offensive to the heart,of the en..
ate.t : ,t,
O'Donnell's' statement came al.
ter American officers wen
cautioned about talking out Of tutu
and atter,rime Minister Clement
Attlee of EnglEnd had made a
special trip to. Washington. to too tooter
ter tooter with Pvesident Truman about
irresponsible statement pp lute of
the A-bomb.,
American officers hid been
warned that the war in Korea was
under the UnitettNations an they
were not to sound off.,,
As a result of O'Donnell's tiound tioundoff
off tioundoff he was summoned to Washinz Washinzton
ton Washinzton and cautioned by Hoyt
Vandenberg, Air ,Force, chief ot
staff, against souhding- off.,Agaio
"Obviously, be doesn't,speak toe
the Air, Force, said Vanderberg.
Cong. Paul Schafer; (11-Mich.)
also criticized O'Donnell for giving
a press interview that "we, have
not learned a single important les
son in this war."
Since O'Donnell lit now- to be
put in full cOmmand of- the Air
Force in the Pacific, wherg a
single bombing of the Chinese
mainland near Quemoy and Mat Matsu
su Matsu could lead to' world warooine
Senators are apprehensive over
O'Donnell's tendeney to shoot
from the hip.
NoteWhen Anna Bpsenberg,
the Assistant Secretary of De,
fense,' was falsely accused by' the
late Joe McCarthy of being a Coin Coinmunist,
munist, Coinmunist, it was chivalrous Senator
Russell of Georgia. who went. to
her defense. He demanded that she
get a public apology.
POLITICAL POTPOURRI
Adlai Stevenson has given the
green light to such close friends
as the Encyclopedia Britannica's
Bill Benton to contribute to Sem Semator
ator Semator Hubert Humprey's presiden.
tial campaign. Except for a token
$2500, however, the big motley
hasn't started to roll in. .This
doesn't mean Stevenson has
abandoned hope of winning the
Democratic nomination for tura turasell.
sell. turasell. He has told friends he won't
fight for it, but also won't turn it
down HS Baskin, ,a former
Stevenson manager now plumping
for Sen Jack Kennedy, sounded
out Humphrey about accepting
second place on a Kenhedy-Humphrey
ticket. The Senator from
Minnesota politely said no.
Truman's former counsel, Claik
Clifford, has rounded up surpris surprising
ing surprising support among the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic pros for Vissouri's Sen. Stu
Symington. Ed Piuley; the big
California oilman, is- strong for
him. Nice President Nixon will
set up his presidential, campaign
organization in October.
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Mitt MIIMNosei;ltbVi
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ToKYO (UPI) Radio Pe lpini
said, today 44 million children
now -wear the red scarfs of the
"Young Pioneer' organization.
The young Pioneers are general.
ly children up to tho age of 14
who act as a sort of kintliritarten
corm for the Communist Party.
"Rightthinking' pioneers graft graftste
ste graftste into the new bemcratie
Youth League of China and the
next sten from there is the Com Communist
munist Communist Party.
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TUESDAY, JUNI 2, 1919

AWARD WINNERSShown at the Court of Awards ceremony held by Girl Scout Troop 80 of St. Mary's Mission at St. Mary's Pariah hall recently are left to right Susan Stet ler, pat Bartlett, mar,-
Bartlett, pat Best, Teresa Sprague, Patricia Booth, Sandra Toth ROM, Mary Garcia, Kathy LeBnm, Mrs. Virginia Wagner, Violet 'Retie'', Teresa POrague, Mrs. R. S. Euper, Phyllis chase, sonia
Larsen, Mrs. Eugenia Rood, Kathleen Lava llee and Linda Turp tn.

Farewell Salute To 48-Star
Flag Planned By Balboa Elks

- A
A farewell salute to the 48-star'
United States flag will keynote'
this year's observance of Flag
Day, June 14, at 3:00 p.m. in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Staditun by Balboa Elk s
Lodge.
Elks official Bernard F. Woods
has invited the public to join with
the Elks on June 14 in tribute to
the flag which has been a proud
symbol of freedom for 47 years.
American Legion Post 1, has a agreed
greed agreed to participate in the cere cereanony
anony cereanony and other organizations are
invited to take part.
The addition of a star to Old Glo Glory
ry Glory on July 4, representing the new
State of Alaska, will be the first
change in th Flag since 1912,
when New Mexico and Arizona be became
came became the 47th and 48th States. A
fiftieth star. for the State of Haw Hawaii,
aii, Hawaii, is soon to be added.
Woods also urged all citizens of
the Canal Zone to fly the colors
before. their homes on June 14.
This year's Flag Day observance
will commemorate the 182nd an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the adoption of the
design for the flag by the Conti Continental
nental Continental Cortime,ss- thili .1777.
Congress resolved then "that
flag of the United States be 13
stripes alternate red and white,
that the union be 13 stars white in
a blue field representing a new
constellation."
Woods said yesterday:
"As we raise the Flag on 5une
14, let us remember that it was
the proud successor to that first
flag under which our gallant fore forefathers
fathers forefathers fought and won for us oar
Independence. Let us remember
the brave men who fought under
our flag of 48 stars at Chateau
Pork Chop Hill to preserve our
heritage of freedom. As we wel welcome
come welcome the new stars to Old Glo Glory's
ry's Glory's firmament, let us resolve to
remain faithful to the traditions
3DA
The

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and principles symbolized by those
stars and stripes."
Woods announced the apointment
of William B. Mallory as chairman
of a committee to plan the lodge's
Flag Day observance. Also ap appointed
pointed appointed to the Flag Day commit committee
tee committee were Victor A. Herr, Harold
J. Zierten, Robert L. Boyer and
J. K. Lally.
2 Sudan Ministers
Under House Arrest
KHARTOUM, June 2(UPI)
Two cabinet ministers were un under
der under "house arrest" today in the
latest of a continuing series of
Sudanese government crises.
An official atmouncement said
16 other officers and five more
men were imprisoned in the
latest government upheaval since
Gen. Ibrahim Abboud took power
last November.
No reason was given for the ar arrest
rest arrest of Communications Minister
Brig. Mohiedding Ahmed Abdul Abdullah,
lah, Abdullah, local Government Minister
Brig. Abdelrahim Shennan or the
other 21 men under arrest.
The official annoouncement said
stating the reason for their de detention
tention detention at this time would "pre "prejudice
judice "prejudice the investigations."
Abdul lah and Shennan, both mem members
bers members of the ruling junta, brought
their troops to Khartoun early
in March in an an earlier govern government
ment government crisis.
MADE WRONG MOVE
CANTERBURY (UPI) Police
considerately withheld the name
of the superstitious woman who
stepped into the street yesterday
to avoid walking under a ladder.
A car Imocked her dovvn and
broke her leg.

who made
Super Special
weekend a
resounding success

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Drivers Training School, a division of transportation located at
Corozal. Dennison is a former members of Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Orroup, 20th infantry, and it
was while serving there as a truck squad leader and supply and
maintenance platoon sergeant that he was sited tor the meri meritorious
torious meritorious eervice. He has been with the transportation school tor
a little more than month. While with the Battle Group unit
the sergeant also acted as company motor sergeant and dis displayed
played displayed superior planning, organization ability, initiative and
professional skill while organizing the drivers training within
the unit. Dennison's citation covered the period from Novem November
ber November 1957 to March of this year. He and his family live at Fort
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WASHING'rON (UPI) Senate
Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield
fired back yesterday at critics of
his plan to overhaul the foreign
aid program, declaring that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's $3,900,000,000
aid request is not "sacrosanct."
The Montana Democrat, a
member of the senate Foreign
Relations Committee, renewed his
proposal to end all foreign aid
gifts in hree years. Mansfield
said the United States cannot
"spend away" world problems.
He made the remarks in a Sen Senate
ate Senate speech replying to criticism of
his proposals by acting Director
Leonard J. Saccio of the Inter International
national International Cooperation Administra Administratio
tio Administratio (ICA), which administers the
aid program.
Saccio told the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee two weeks
ago that Mansfield's proposals to
revamp the aid proram might
"shatter" current loan arrange arrangements
ments arrangements without adding anything to
foreign aid efficiency.
Mansfield said Saecio's testi testimony
mony testimony was an "impassioned' n nsistenek7,
sistenek7, nsistenek7, tint no changes, be
made in the, way the executive
branch proposes to "dispense al almost
most almost four billion dollars in public
funds."
He said a re-casting of the pro program
gram program hould be undertaken to
gain a greater measure of ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of it lyy Americans, as
well as among recipient nations,
and th make it more "useful and
effective."
Ifs said many senators who
have opposed foreign aid in re recent
cent recent years would support it if they
were assured of "a degrree of sta stability
bility stability In its operations.'
Mansfield's speech was praised
by freshman Sens Stephen M.
Young (D-Ohlo) and Ernest
Gruening (D-Alaska). Young said
'he weedd 'rapport Eisenhower's
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tio (ICA), which administers the Kendall was "smiling and cheer-.
aid program. ful" today in her hospital bed, but 0 gir
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"time is running out on foreign
aid."
Gruening said "many people
who might favor foreign aid are
deterred because of the manifest
waste, the overpowering secrecy".
Kay Kendall Smiles
But Still Believed
To Be Seriously ill
LONDON (UPI) Actress Kay
Kendall was "smiling and cheer.
ful" today in her hospital bed, but
fears grew that her illness might
be fac more serious than at first
believed.
Miss Kendall, wife of actor Rex
Harrison, had to stop out of work
on the Paris-made movie "Once
More With Feeling" with only
six days' work left to go when
she became ill lain week. ,,'
'Spokesmen for. St elfnic where
she was under treatment said she
had a "good night," but that no
daignosis of her illness had yet
been made. J
Three spemalists have been
called in. including a specialist in
blood diseases, Dr. R. Rod ley
Scott.
Harrison denied rumors that his
wife's disease was "very ser serious."
ious." serious." "It all began with sore
throat," he said. "It was diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed as tonsilltis. Men the de developed
veloped developed congestion of both lungs.
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her temperature is down to nor normal
mal normal now. She is feeling enor enormously
mously enormously bettor sod ohs is (mite
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SECEPTION AT BRITISH EMBASSY JUNI
TO CELEBRA'rE BIRTHDAY OF QUEEN ruzABETH
The British Ambassador to Panama, Sir Ian Henderson,
and Lady Henderson have issued invitations for a reception
Saturday. June IS, at the British Embassy.
The event will be in telebrat&on et the birthday of Queen
Elizabeth.

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Arey Family Leaves
Per Summer Vacation
The Panama Canal Information
Officer and Mrs. William G. Arey
Jr. and their two sons left today
for a vacatior in the States. They
plan to be away until August,
spending most of the time in the
North Carolina mountains.
Next week Mr. Arey will be In
New York City to partkipate in
an AMeriCall Management, Asso Assoqiation
qiation Assoqiation seminar on corporate pu puShe
She puShe relations.
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Miss Crows Expected
Pot ,SUmmar Holiday
Miss Betty Gwinn Crowe will
return to tne Isthmus tomorrow
from Lexington, Ky., where she
has been attending the Univer Univertity
tity Univertity of Kentucky. She will spcnd
the summer with her parents,
U.S. District Judge and Mrs.
Guthrie F. Crowe.
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Protestant Guild
Of Fort Gulick
Mes With Mrs. Roan
The monthly board meeting of
the Fort Gulick Protestant IA IAdies
dies IAdies Guild was held at the home
of the publicity chairman, Mrs.
James Roane.
The busines, discussion concern concerned
ed concerned making additional junior choir
mbes. Mrs, Gerald McCurdy
was appcvinted chairman for the
Guild's greeting card sales.
, Hostesses for Friday's Guild
nieeting will be Mrs. Abraham
Gomez and Mrs. Delos Kee lean.
Sgt. W. P. Garrett of the Canal
ASTREX
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That starting today they will attend you
exclusively by appointment.
The Beauty Parlor wili elofted from 12t00 noon to
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Eons Pollee Department will dis discuss
cuss discuss his work in the Gatun Lake
area.
Officers attending the board
meeting were Mrs. Marvin Nolte,
Mrs. Carroll G. Chaphe, Mrs. El Elroy
roy Elroy Lipsey, Mrs. Abraham Gomez,
Mrs. Lowell Erickson. Mrs. Ge Gerald
rald Gerald McCurdy. Mrs. Leon Green,
Mrs. James Hedges and Mrs. Ro Roane.
ane. Roane. IAWC Illoctions
Thursday At Tivoli
Members of the Inter-American
Women's Club are invited to call
at the club office in he Tivoli
Guest House Thursday to cast
votes in the election of officers.
The officer. will be open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and coffee will
be served from 10 a m. to noon
and 4 to 5 p.m.
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Trimbles Te Sail
For States Tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. James Trimble
and son George will sail on the
Ancon tomorrow for New York,
where they will visit their
daufhter alw1 son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. N. H. Spencer of Long
Island, and other relatives.
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Italian Art Exhibit
Opsns At University
A social event of Monday in Pa Panama
nama Panama City was a cocktail party
marking the opening of an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition of contemoorary Italian
art at the University of Panama.,
Invitations to the event were ex extended
tended extended by the Rector of the U
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In the Cabaa Club
Entrance SI
Seven charming
Canal Zono models
Dancing Music
Special BARBECUE
other attractions
Door prizes-3 rose
Marie Reid bathing suits

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Lbw, 8:00 ad 10 dIJO snip
Auversity and by Me Itahan Ara Araasssioot
asssioot Araasssioot to emaAnia wit WI
I.dam etilLiptel. LAJLIAMAL.elt.
ine exuwit, ems snown in
the untversLLy WIL.111,)
Gulick NCO Wives
olive Menge aC
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Chin hau a wmte etepuant" uln ulna
a ulna its its montmy meeung
the uneaten lounge ui Ntii
Liu. has. Inuareu rriugen anu
si.eua aicintosh weie guests.
rize winners ineluueu Ars.
Sue viet, Airs. Limn unribisan unribisanson,
son, unribisanson, Mrs. Sylvia kieuges, rars.
r tall LlefgeL, Alta.
mrs. lerry irasa Amu Airs. Steiia
Mcintnen. serving. reiresaments
were airs. kit) rieuning, Mrs. Isa Isabel
bel Isabel Lantos and airs. ildsa.
Others attendun were Ars. Ca Carolyn
rolyn Carolyn Weir, mrs. Martye Saund Saunders,
ers, Saunders, Mrs. Nancy Williams. airs.
irutty Bray, inrs. VI lima and
Mrs. Fran Leduc
Fopr Iron Miners
Die When Cave-in
Brings Sulphur Gas
IRVON RIVER, Mich. (UFO
Four iron miners were killed yes yesterday
terday yesterday w hen a cave in broke
open a sealed-off section and al allowed
lowed allowed burning sulphur fumes to
pour through the tunnel where
they were working.
Twenty six others miners work)
ing in the same tunnels, fled to
safety or were rescued, seven of
them requiring hospital treatment.
Two were reported in critical con condition.
dition. condition. The dead were Rudy Carl Ae.1
derson, 41, Iron River, father of
six children; Einar Johnson, 59,
Crystal Falls; Ingver Wester, 31,
Iron River. and Augustauchol 41,
Crystal Falls.
Those in critical condition at
Stambaugh General Hospital were
Howard Gruppe, 31. Crystal Falls,1
father of two children, and Carl-1
ton Shaver, Iron River.
The miners were working at the
bottom level of the Sherwood
Mine of the Inland Steel Co., 1,400
feet below the surface, in a 'dope
leading off the main tunnel.
Fire apparently started spon
taneously in sulphur deposits in
the slate rock of a sealed-off see seetion
tion seetion of the mine above them, col collapsed
lapsed collapsed a pillar supporting the ceil ceiling
ing ceiling of the stope below. The ceih.
ing collapsed and debris fell into
the stope where the men were
at work, followed by sulphur
fumes and other hot gases which
flooded the stone.
Inland Steel Co. issued a state statement
ment statement which said "All men are
out of the mine at present with
the exception of the mine rescue
crew who are inspecting the work workings.
ings. workings. 'rhere are no fires or gases
in the mine at present."
One of the men who escaped
from the mine reported4that after
the cave-in, the mine became
1"about twice as hot as a steam
bath.' He escaped bY pulling his
Ishirt over his face to protect him himself
self himself from the hot sulphur fumes,
and made his way to the main
tunnel hwere he and others
lumped aboard an electric engine
that took them to the elevator.
QUIET PLEASE
BRAUNTON. England CUM
The !oral parish rouncil has de
eided to ask Civil Defense &Who.
rities to test their air raid siren
some other time than between 7
and R p.m. becanse it disturbs
roostine hens at tbat time and
"the siren is sounded."
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MRS. THELMA M. JAMISON, clerk stenographer in the Office of
the Caribbean Command assistant chief of staff, J-2, received a
US Army Outstanding Performance Rating Award in official re recognition
cognition recognition and appreciation of her outstanding performance during
the period Fcbruary 1958 to January 1959, from ,Capt. George B.
Raser, USN, assistant chief of staff, J-2, at an office ceremony
this week at the unified command headquarters at Quarr Heights.
In preserting the award, Raser cited Mrs. Jamison's courtesy, tact
and thoroughness in the knowledge and understanding of current
correspondence procedure as being exceptionally noteworthy. A
Federal employe for nearl 18 years, she was recently awarded a
10-year service emblem in recognition of long and faithful Federal
Government service. She is married to William T. Jamison, em employed
ployed employed by the U.S. Navy at Fort Amador. (US Army Photo)

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stream or seaside, you can enjoy
the wonderful flavor of fresh freshcaught
caught freshcaught fish, especially whe,n it is
cooked soon after coming from
the water. If your cottage or pa patio
tio patio has an electric outlet, today's
outdoor fish fry is "child's play"
with an electric saucepan that has
its own fryer basket.
An especially good recipe for
batter-fried fish comes from Spain
where fish cookery is an art. The
foamy batter (whites and yolks of
eggs are beaten separately) bursts
into a golden puff when the coat coated
ed coated fish is dropped into hot Spanish
olive oil. Vegetables can be dip dipped
ped dipped in the same batter and fried
in the same oil so that the one
appliance cooks the entire meal.
The controlled thermostatic heat
of the electric saucepan-fryer is
especially recommended for olive
oil cooking, for it prevents spat spattering
tering spattering or smokingand incidental incidentally
ly incidentally keeps the eook cool.
To serve with these golden fish
puffs. a Spanish parsley sauce is
excellent, easily mad? with crush crushed
ed crushed parsley, a bit, of garlic and olive
oil.
Spanish Fish Fry (Sobratado
Frits For the batter, beat the
whites of 2 eggs until foamy; sep separately
arately separately beat the yolks of 2 eggs
with 2 tablespoons of flour, 2 ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons of water and 1-2 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt; combine the two. Dip
filleted pieces of fish, cut to serv serving
ing serving size, in the batter. Add olive
oil to pan to depth of 2 1-2 inoheg:
set control At 350 aettrees F. As
soon as indicator light ones nff.
indicating oil ha-s reach'ed this
temperature. add fish and fry on ontit
tit ontit crips and gotten on eleh ode,
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per.
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salt, pepper and vinegar to taste.
St. Johnson Takes
Part In Training Drill
lst CAV DIV KOREA
(AHTNCI--Army Sgt. Arthur E.
Johnson Jr., whose wife, Hilda,
and father live in Parabso, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, recently participated
in Heave-llo, a field training ex exercise
ercise exercise conducted by the lst Ca Cavalry
valry Cavalry Division in Korea.
The exercise was designed to
determine the division's tactical
capabilities under simulated coin.
bat conditions.
Johnson, a fire tea m leader in
Company B of the division's 12th
Cavalry, entered t he Army in
October 1954 and arrived in the
Far Ea st last March.
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MISS JULIETA LOPEZ returned
to the Isthmus last night after
graduating from the high school
of the Convent of the Most Holy
Sacrament in Now Orleans, La.
She arrived aboard the SS tilua
with her mother, Mrs. Adrian.
Lopez, who had attended the
graduation ceremonies. They
were met by their husband and
father, Esteban Lopez, public re.
lotions director for the Chiriqui
Land Companv
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NIA Service
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West North East South
34 Pass 444 5,
Pass Pass Double Pass
Pass 64 Double 6
Double Pau Pass Pass
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West's three spade opening
was a typical nonvulnerable pre preemptive
emptive preemptive bid and East's raise to
four was merely a continuation
of the barrage.
The preemppts worked fine.
South had to bid at the five level
and since he could not bid both
suits he bid his six carder.
North did not like hearta at all
but saw no reason to raise the
contract to the six level in an
effort to find a better spot. Mter
alio South could have eight or
nine hearts.
East could not stand prosper prosperity.
ity. prosperity. Hs had three sure txicks in
hearts and doubled the five-heart
bid. If be could have put glue
on his double everything would
have been fine.
South passea but now North
ran out to six clubs. East doubled
that also. North could and prob probably
ably probably would have made it but now
South was ready to bid his sec second
ond second suit and did.
West doubled six diamonds. He
had a sure trump trick and hts
partner had doubled everything
else.
His trump trick was all his
side could make. South ruffed the
opening spade lead, took his ace
and king of trumps and went
after the clubs. Since they broke
nicely he was able to spread his
hands and concede a trick to the
queen of 'trumps any time est
wanted to take it.
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North East South West
11 A Pass lIP Pass
2 RT. Pass 7
You, South, Mid:
!all 1385 dK954 4A32
What do you do?
AA slim Owen quite like likely
ly likely but the' WILY to got there is
to make haste slowly. hot btd
three diamonds and milt de developments.
velopments. developments. Tormrs QUESTION
Your partner continueS with a
bid of four diamoncit. What do
YOU do now?
Answer Tomorrow
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Joseph Richards
Obsequies Today
7uneral services were to be
held this afternoon for Joseph
Richards, a Ha Hain resident
of Panama City, at 4 vn, in San.
ta Ana Church. Burial will fol follow
low follow in the English Cemetery.
Mr. Richards died Sunday in the
Matias Hernandez Hospital and
was a retired employed of the
Panama Canal's locks division
and a member of the Canal Zone
Retired Workers Assotiation and
other organisations.
114 is survived by his stepehil stepehildrat
drat stepehildrat Hilaire C. Claveau and Mrs,
Paulette Parfait.
Meetings
Retired Workers
The regular meeting of the
Canal Zone Retired Workers As.
Iodation will be held Thursday
evening at 8:30 at the usual
meeting place.
Important buniness w I be
transaieted, and all members are
urged to attend.

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HIYA STRANGERI.

With our t(Avti a Summer Fes Festival
tival Festival again, tn.), desk is piled
with letLers from people all over
the country who plan to come to
New York for few days, or a
few weeks, see the sights, catch
the shows. and take in some
never will be duplicated in their
home bases. Some of the ques questions
tions questions they ask are repeated in
every couple of letters, ao II try
to answer those today, as it's just
not possible to reply to all the
queries and still have time to go
out and cover the spots they want
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to know about.
"How much will an evening cost
for myself and my husband in a
nice place with dinner 'and enter enterTAINMENT?"
TAINMENT?" enterTAINMENT?" is a pretty standard
problemand I don't dare give
an answer in even approximate
figures, because one couple's idea
place might include a couple of
martinis and a filet mignon din dinner
ner dinner accompaned by vintage vine
in a violins-and4dim-romantic-atmosphere
restaurant like Chet Vi Vito,
to, Vito, or just some chow mein and
the big show at the Latin Quar Quarter.
ter. Quarter. Only a mind reader could tell
in advance how muchbut a good
rule is, think of the prices in the
most expensive place in your town
and expect to pay more here.
If you're delightfully surprised,
fine; if not, you won't be embar embarrassed.
rassed. embarrassed. In general, places with en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of any kind charge
a minimum; the great eating
haunts like Pavillon and the Co Colony
lony Colony and the Cafe Chauveron are
patronized by gourmets who are
going to spend so much on their
food and wine there's no neces necessity
sity necessity for setting a minimum. Odd Oddly
ly Oddly enough, you'll find with experi experience
ence experience that the difference in price
between a mediocre meal in a
second rate restaurant and a me memorable
morable memorable experience in one of the
famous eating places is so slight
you might as well go for broke
and really get your money's
worth.
All of the ladies who write in
are a little worried about the de degree
gree degree of formaijtv in dress to be
found in New York in the sum summer
mer summer time, and they're thinking of
their lords and masters as well
as themselves. That's an easy one.
Just get him into a conservative
dark suit at night, break his arm
if he reaches for a shiny satin
tie with. a design painted on it,
hide his brown and white (or black
and white) shoes, and he'll be
greeted respectfully by the most
formidable headwaiters.
There's no need to bring along
a dinner jacket unless you expect
to go to some private parties. A
pretty dinner dress and something
simple to covet her shoulders on
the street and In air conditioned
places (honestly, it needen't be
mink!) is as forinas as any fe

Crested Flycatchers, Laughing Gulls
Among Annual US 8ourists For Pana

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WASHINGTON, For a
million years the Isthmus of Pa Panama
nama Panama has been a roadway of bird
migrations between two conti continents.
nents. continents. A complete picture of the
bird life of the country is essen essential
tial essential for understanding of the pre present
sent present avian distribution of the A Americas.
mericas. Americas. This is the objective of
Dr. Alexander Wetmore, retited
Secretary of the Smithsonian Ins Institution,
titution, Institution, who for the past decadc
has been making an intensive
study of Isthmian bird life.
This past winter, Dr. and Mrs.
Wetmore have concentrated on
one of the wilder areas of this
part of the Americas the es essentially
sentially essentially trackless deep jungle of
Darien which continues wit h
hardly a break into northern Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. Form a camp set up at the 1
mouth of the Paya River where,
it empties into the Tuira, the!
Smithsonian ornithologist has madel
a large collection of local birds, ;
some of which are at present
little known in the world's mu-I
ileums. He also is studying mi migration
gration migration paths and the ways of
life of birds that congregate l
here.
Since the Isthmus of Panaina I
was formed at the close of the 1
Pliocene geological era more than
a million years ago, Wetmore
slays, there has been an exchange
of birds between the two conti continents.
nents. continents. More kinds of South American
and Central American birds ap appear
pear appear to have migrateJ north to
enrich the fauna of North Amer:
Ica than have been added to the
population of South Amefica
from the north.
Wetmore set up his camp in a
strategic spot. The Pava River,
which runs nearly to the Colom
bian border. is a favored path pathway
way pathway for migrating trds Of va various
rious various sorts,
Among the species collected by
Wetmore Iss' winter. for tram trample,
ple, trample, were bav-breasted wirblers
which mtke their slimmer home
in the foreita of Canada and our
northern States and nand their
winters in Panama and Nom
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Another is the d'ckcissel,
--r" tord et mito,ic;nni
Valley eorntleldg, now seldom
lean east of the Allnr,henlet.
Pe his found sn,rimens of the
nrothonni !try P rare
bird au ter north as Washington
A 1,,,nr, Ih- h'rrig of thp east
ern United States which came as

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male sightseer has to get, even
if she's planning to spend all her
evenings id the Stork Club.
The ladies unaccompanied-bymen
problem crops up all the
time, anu ht'S suoject that can't
be covered in a fewwores. Don't,
weatever you do, go into a cafe
and sit at a bar without an es escort;
cort; escort; you may get b) with It in
some places. but you're much
more apt to be embarrased by
a few whipered words from the
captain. However, most hotel
lounges (metining sit at the table,
girls) and Many restaurants are
glad to serve women at the cock cocktail
tail cocktail hour and for dinner if they
look conversative and behave that
way.
Plenty of places with entertain entertainment
ment entertainment are ready to take on the
bachelor girls of all ages who ars
interested in floor shows or mu musix
six musix Jack Silverman's Interna International,
tional, International, where Julius Li Rosa is
starring, seems to attract mobs
clubwomen atit for an evening
fun, the Left Bank welcomes
them, and so does the Latin Quar Quarter.
ter. Quarter. At this time of the year, with
the "prom set" swarming all over
the night life scene, it's a good
idea to telephone for a reserva reservation
tion reservation at every place that has any
kind of a name; if you just "dron
in" on an imonise vou may find
lines waiting for tables.
Fun places for lunch? The
Drake Room in the Drake Hotel,
is elegantly deeorated, hal expert
bartenders. fine food and service,
and a good-looking clientele. Mi Michael's
chael's Michael's Pub is one of the most
New York.y places to haws lunch.
full of Madison Ave. males and
skinny beaull(u: fashion models
and couples who seem to have a
lot to Fey fn each ether. (Try
,a bloody Mary with caraway
seeds.) The Stork Club is Imo'
and prettv in its blue and white
balloon decor. you can get fast
service if you're in .411 hurry to do
some 5th Ave. shopping !Ater, and
vou're ant to glimpse s few cele celebrities
brities celebrities et pearby tables.
The St. Roof will open
June 4a pink and lovely niece
for dining and dancing with a
marvelous view from the windows
and you'll never step to any bet better
ter better trirht club orchistrss then
Joe D'Orsi's group at El Mo Morocco
rocco Morocco and the tstin band the sl slternates
ternates slternates with him under the white
tropical Mama. Fleeant after-thea
tre entertainment is(best- retire retiresented
sented retiresented by Lisa Filik In hr4
rgy act at the Plaza's Persian
Room, and more basic ramifies'.
tions of jazz ricochet. against tbe
less pretentious walls of Birviland,
whete the bigtest and best bands
ws
Our banners ere flying for yoti
Stranger. and our flowers are
blooming. and all ths welcome
meta realbs mean what (thev sav.
ciaad to see ymit Hope you (have
fun! Come again!
MIMMIEfla
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migrants to these jungles are
the great-crested flycatcher and
the Acadian flycatcher.
Among larger irdgrants there is
hn abundance of turkey vultures,
some of which spend their sum summers
mers summers in the north and travel in'
winter as far south as the north northern
ern northern Andes.
In the Gulf of Panama are
flocks of laughing gttils which
breed es far north as Massachus Massachusetts.
etts. Massachusetts. Dozens of sandpipers are seen
along gravelly beaches of the
jungle rivers. Scattered along the
lower Mira River are the great
blue herons of northern lakes.
Some of these bird migrants have
stablished peculiar pathways.
The broad-winged hawks of
the eastern United States, for ex example,
ample, example, take long detours to a
void crossing water.
I
Solon Warns Agafnst
A floPPon Of limited
War Sfra logy By US
WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI)
Rep. George H. Mahon (D-Tex.)
warned today that adoption of
a limited war strategy by the
Undted States would simply in.
' vite a big atomic conflict.
1 Mohon, chairmyl of the House
Defense Appropriations subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, attacked as a "dangerous
doctrine" the, argument that U.
S. military policy should give
top priority to preparation for a
small war rather than a big one.
Mahon spoke out in an inter.
VIEW AS THE House got set to de.
bate he 638,848,000 niilitary
money hill. Floor action on the
measure is not expected to wind
up until Thursday.
Army ttnd Navy officials have
argued that the United States is
placing too much emphasis on
the air weapOna that would be
used to wage nuclear war and not
enought on ground and tea pOwer
for localized fighting.
Advocates of this theory are
expected to battle for additional
money to boost he army from
tr10.000 to 900,000 mein They
also mav seek restorationpossibi
ly in the senateof 260 million
dollars for and .super-carriar,
which Mahor's subcommittee kno
ed out of President Eisenhovr
I er's budget.
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TUESDAY, inz 2, 1952

GAVESTON, Tex., Jtme 2
(UPI) Gov. Earl K. Long of
Louisiana fought plans to put
him in a mental hospital so hard
his family had to have him
knocked out, it was reported to today.
day. today. But authorities at John Sealy
Hostpial in Gaveston, where the
colorful chief executive of the
Bayous was flown secretly Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, denied reports Long has
been violent since his arrival.
Dr. John Truslow, administra administrator
tor administrator at the hospital, said the 63-
year-old Long was "stubbornly
resisting attempts' to give him
psychiatric treatment.
He said a diagnosis might be
tompletettobp.tomorrow.,
At Baton' Rollo, 'Odra Lt.
Gov. Lather Frani. has taken o over
ver over as Governor during Long's
absence, a source close to the
administratIon told United Press
International Long "raised Holy
Ned' about the decision to take
him to Texas for psychiatric
treatment
"They had to have him knock knocked
ed knocked out and wheel him to the
plane unconscious," the source
said. "He thought it was a plot
by his political enemies to get
him out of the way.'
Dr. Turslow, told newsmen late
yesterday "Gov. Long is upset
in his mind. Members of his
family are attempting to per persuade'
suade' persuade' him to accept psychiatric
treatment, but he is resisting.
We don't know why he is resist resisting.'
ing.' resisting.' But Dr. Truslow said "there
has been no violence.'
Truslow declined to be more
specific about the "upset mind'
of Long, nor would he say 'exact 'exactly
ly 'exactly what sort of psychiatric treat treatment
ment treatment doctors want to give him.
"There are a whole lot of
things that might be indicated for
a patient as upset in the mind as
he is," Truslow said.
He said two male attendants

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DOZEN PRIVATES GO FIRST CLASSTwelve new privates first class of B Company, lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry pose pmud pmudly
ly pmudly vrith their new stripes as the man with the dozen stripes on his arms, lst Sgt. Barney E. Toms, reads a set of their promotion
orders to them. Leit to right front row are, Laszlo Martin, Denver E. Garrison, Eugene F. Jones, John E. Dantzler, Dwight W.
Lambert and Angel M. Torres Roa. In the rear row are Cela Varga, George E. Farr Jr., Angelo Suttee 11, Billy Whitfield, John R.
Bridges and Jew, R. Tallther. WS. Army Photo)

Louisiana Gov. Long Fights
Mental Treatment In Texas

watched Long spend a very rest restless
less restless night.
"It was a precaution because
of the prominence of the pa patient,'
tient,' patient,' he said. "We are taking
every possible precaution in this
case."
Sen. Russel) Long (D-La.) told
the Louisiana Legislature Sunday
night that his uncle caved .in
under the burdens of office,
which "have beep more than he
could stand."
Sen. Long was pale with anger
as he started reading his prepar prepared
ed prepared speech before a joint session
of the Legislature because six
law-makers objected to him
speaking. Twice he strode away
from the microphones, but each
time was persuaded to return.
Fratar, now acting
governor would have inherited
the governorship under Gov.
Long's plan to resign before his
term ends, then start campaign campaigning
ing campaigning again so he could circum circumvent
vent circumvent a Louisiana law that prohi prohibits
bits prohibits an incumbent governor from
succeeding himelf.
CARRIER MAN KILLED
ABOARD THE USS RANDOLPH
AT SEA (UPI) At least one
Navy crewman was killed yester yesterday
day yesterday when his submarine tracker
plane crashed in the Atlantic dur during
ing during a night flying demonstration
for visiting King Baudouin of Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. Two other crewmen are miss missing
ing missing and presumed dead in the mis mishap
hap mishap off the Virginia Capes.
The ill-fated plane was on of
seven submarine trackers taking
part in the demonstration of night
air illumination. Xing Bauduin
was watching the demonstration
from the admiral's deck of the
Randolph when the accident totik
place. He remained on the bridge
to watch rescue operations.
The names of the t hree naval
airmen were not released pend pending
ing pending notification of next of kin.
Only one of the bodies has been
recovered.

"Long is under the care of Dr.
Titus Harris, chairman of the De Department
partment Department of Nuro logy and Psychi Psychiatry,
atry, Psychiatry, and already has been seen
by a number of consultations,'
Truslow said.
Only a few days ago, Long
stood in the state Capitol at Ba Baton
ton Baton Rouge and launched a bitter
and profane tirade against bis
political opponents.

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CHICAGO The National Safe Safety
ty Safety Council, on the record number
of Memorial holiday highway
deaths:
"It is no explanation to say
Momorial Day is the start of the
vacation season. It's the start of
the vacation season every year,
yet this year's mark is the
worst."

WASHINGTON United Mine
Workers President John L Lewis,
cherging that the government,
supported by the press, has tried
and failed to convict Teamsters
President James R. Hoffa of any
crime:
"the pack is after Hoffa and
hasn't got him and I'm not run running
ning running with the pack.'
NEW ORLEANS A deputy
theriff, after evacuating 12 elder elderly
ly elderly persons by paddy wagon from
a flooded home for the aged dur during
ing during tropical storm Arlene:
"They were glad to get out of
there in anything. they didn't
mind the paddy wagon.
WASHINGTONDr. T. H. Reed,
Washington Zoo director. on ef efforts
forts efforts to capture an elusive black
bear roammg the nation's capi capital:
tal: capital: "The trouble is we don't know
sthere he is or where he's going
to be.'

PLAYING THE PART of an injured victim during Operation Alert 2959 Tuesday morning is Leopold
Welch al he is loaded aboard an emergency vehi cle of the Canal Zone's Civil Defense forces. Han Han,
, Han, dling the stretcher In the th2oretically blasted ar ea on the Atlantic side are (left to right): Joseph
Gray, R. Richards and Wilfred Barrow. The ext ent of Welch's "in)uries" were first determined
and he was a tagged for by a civil defense first aid worker for evacuation to a treatment atation
(US Army Photo)

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Rummage, Elephant
Sale Al SI Luke's
Planned June 13

A rummage and "white ele eleelephant"
elephant" eleelephant" sate for the benefit of
the Be Ila Vista Chidren's Home,
be held on Saturday, June
13, at Bishop Morris Ha 11 at the
Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon.
The sale will start at 9:00 cm.
The benefit is sponsored by the
board of administrators of the
Ohildren's Home, Charles P.
Morgan of Corozal is general
chairman in charge el arrangements.

Donations of ell sorts of used
clothing, household articles, toys,
furniture, miscellaneous items
will be welcomed. Persons hav having
ing having contributions to make are
asked to leave them isV;' Bishop
,Heit 'oorrpweelo. iidgy
tween 9:00 snd 5:00, o'clock. It
is requested that a minimum
price be placed on donations for
the white elephant table.
Entire proceeds from the sale
will be given to the Children's
Home for purchase of Aosded
supplies.

Ft. Amador Choir
Musical Thursday
At Balboa YMCA

Over 1,000 Mend
Yearly Flower Show
By YMCA-USO, Class

Over eleven hundred people at attended
tended attended the flower show at the
Balboa YMCA-USO last evening,
which was opened by Mrs. James
W. Coutts.
Awards were made in several
classes. In cut flowers, Diana
Bright was first; 'Aorta Fry,
second; Carmen Neiman, third.
Honorable mentions were award awarded
ed awarded to Anita Schneider end Mary
De Young.
In fruit and vegetable arrange.
ments, Vera Edema placed first;
Carmen Nieman, second; Dorothy
Hand third. Honorable mention
was awarded Liberia Fry.
In dried and exotic subjects
Violet Deakino took first place;
Carmen Neiman liecond; Beatriz
E. 'rruxton, third. Dorothy Hand
and 'Dorothy Flynt, were award awarded
ed awarded honorable meMions.
Table arrangements which had
been planned and executed by
committees were also awarded
prizes. Find place went to Mrs
Marguerite Noos for the refresh.
ment table. The bridal shower
table arranged by Kitty Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Dorothy Hand, Doris Abel,
Eunice Morrow, Margaret Slater,
Diana Bright and Helen Athow,
was awarded second prize.
The elect presented Mrs. Pat
Morgan, lovely overnight bag,
a hand bag and umbrella in ap appreciation
preciation appreciation W her volunteer tert tertkeit.
keit. tertkeit. judge Guthrie Crowe presided
at the award of prizes. The judg judges
es judges forthe show were Mrs. Hor.
tensia Alfaro de Aleman, Mrs.
Dora Bennet and Mrs. Elaine
Barnes.

The Fort Amador Choir will'
present a musket program on
Thuroday, at 7:80 p.m. at ttte
Balboa YMCA-1.1S0
Tht pmgram will Include spir spirftuals
ftuals spirftuals and anthems. In addition,
the audience will be kivited to
take part in a eomnumity sing
which wilt include many old fav favorlie
orlie favorlie selections.
The choir is under the direc direction
tion direction of Miss Bratty Butcher. Di Director
rector Director of Mu ale of the Latin A American
merican American Schools. Tbi accompanint
in professor Hans Jenowits, ell
the National Conservatory of 111 lu
sic in Panama City.
ne public is invited. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will bo servoil following
the prograut.

Supreme Court Rejects NAACP
Appeal But Leaves Door Open

WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Supremo Court yesterday rejected
for the time being an appeal by
the National Assn. for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People
(NAACP) from a contempt con convictim
victim convictim in the state of Georgia.
But the high coud left the
door open for the NAACP to
bring the case back after the site
of the fine against the organize
tion has been determined by the
Georgia state courts.
The NAACP waa convictel ot
contempt of court for failing to
produce Its financial records for
the Georgia Department of Rev Revenue.
enue. Revenue. It originally was fined
525,000, but further proceedings in
the state court have left the final
judgment in doubt.
In rejecting the NAACP appeal
at this time, the high court noted
in a brie order that no fine "has
been finally determined and as assena'
sena' assena' It said the NAACP may
appeal again when the judgment
becomes final "or the jurisdiction
of this court may otherwise be
appropriately invoked."
Justice William 0, Douglas said
in a separate opinion that ho
questioned his colleagues' delay in
taking the case. He said "the cen central
tral central issue in the case has nothing
to do with the SMOUnt of the
hoe
"The basic question,' he said,
"is whether holding (the NAACP)1
in contempt and imposing any 1
fine comported with that due
process required of every govern.
went under, our bill of rights.'
But he said he agreed to go
along with the majority because
the NAACP contended the amount
of the fine was "Cruel and un unusual
usual unusual punishment." He said that
legal point may become moot
after the judgment becomes final
in the state courts.
In other aetions, the high
leourt:
By a vote of 5-4, ordered the
Interior Department to reinstate
With back pay Williant V. Vita Vitarelli,
relli, Vitarelli, who originally was fired as
a security risk in 1914 from his
teaching job in the Caroline Is Islands.
lands. Islands. The court held the depart department
ment department did not follows its owd reg reg1
1 reg1 ulations in dismissin g Vitarelli
'again in 1959 after the original
firing was disaliowed.
Agreed to decide sometime
nert term whether strike benefits
to union members are taxable as
income under federal law. T h e
test case was brought by Allen
Kaiser, a striking employe of the
Kohler Co. of Kohler, Wis.
Denied a hearing to two New
York attorneys convicted last

year of perjury and obstructing
justice. The two, Rubin L. Siegel
and his secretary, Miss Hadassah
R Shaprio, were charged with
bimpering records sought for a
grand jury investigation.
Rejected the appeal of the
United Mine Workers Union from
k $400,000 damage award in favor
of the Meadow Creek Coal Co.,
Monterey, Tenn. The judgment
stemmed from UMW organizing
activities at the mine in HAL

Science Film To Be
Shown On CFN-TV

The "Ourstanding' scienulic
documentary film "Life of The
Molds" will be shown on 1.4'N.
TV at 5:45 p.m., on 'Thursday eve evefling.
fling. evefling. The Biological Photographers As Association
sociation Association awarded this film its
prize for the outstanding teach teaching
ing teaching technique and it was shown
regularly at the American pavi pavilion
lion pavilion at the Brussels World Fair
and later was taken to Moscow for
the 12th congress of the Interna International
tional International Scientific Film Association.
"Life of the Molds," new 16mm
color film aimed at assisting
science education in general and
increasing public awareness of
fermentatiun chemistry's contri contributton
button contributton to medicine, agriculture
and industry, has met with wide
acclaim since its premiere showing.

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JUNGLE FIGHTERSTop man among the jungle experts in
the recent Stateside NCO class at the Jungle Warfare Training
Center was Sgt. John H. Hayes of B Battery, 321st Artillery,
101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Ky., with 914 of a pos.
sible 1000 points. Two high scoring classmates from the U.S.
Navy are B,M1 John H. Parrish and ET1 Marcell R. Gough, both
of the Underwater Demolition Team 21, U.S. Naval Amphibious
Center, Little Creek, Va.
(U.S. Army Photo)

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Golfers Have Until Sunday
To Qualify For 72-Hole
Feature At Brazos Brook

The 1959 Lucky Strike 72-hole
medal play golf tournament start started
ed started yesterday morning, at the Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brooks Golf and Country Club
as the early birds of an expected
field of some 200 Isthmian goifers
shot their qualifying rounds over
the Atlantic Side layout. Golfers
have until sundown next Sunday,
June 7, to play their first 18 hol holes.
es. holes. Brazos Brook's Anibal Galindo
Is the defending champion hav having
ing having won the 1958 title at the Fort
Amador Golf and Country Club.
Each qualifier in the tournament
will receive two packs of Lucky
Strike cigaretes when they sign
the tournament register. Entry
fee in this year's tournament will
be a PGA card plus fifty cents
which will go to the PGA for their
tournaments fund.
A groat many golfers will be
happy to hear that the Brazos
Brooks and PGA tourna merit
committees have adopted the
new penalty ruling for out-of
bpuncis and lost balls. In the
1959 Lucky Strike tournament
there will be only one stroke
penalty for an out-of-bounds or
lost ball.
Prizes have been ordered from
the United States through Casul Casullo's
lo's Casullo's Jewelers of Colon. The low
three golfers at the end of the 72
boles of play in each of the iix
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HOOFBEATS

By Conrado Sargeant

Seven promising two-year old
native-bred colts and fillies were!
entered yesterday for the $2,09u1
added five furlong Carolina Men Mendez
dez Mendez de Chiari Classic.
Don Tuturo, Mechi, Cali Girl,
Kazan, Shah Gal, Dan Tin and
Mil. Roberts are the thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds nominated for the third
running of this annual feature.
This classic, in which the colts
will carry 115 pounds and the fit.
Iles 112, is scheduled for June 21.
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Hernani Mora, who during the
mid-1920's was Panama's lead leadIng'
Ing' leadIng' jockey, is back in his home.
land ,efter residing in the U.S.
for over 20 years. Mem the
first P81111Minian iockey to
ride in the Kentucky Derby,
yesterday began galloping hors horses
es horses to resume riding Iwo with within
in within a month.
Mora, inactive for at least six
yedrs, hopes to regain the win.
flint touch that made him the
"Btau lio Baeza" of his day. He
'rode Stateside under the sobri sobriquet
quet sobriquet of Henri Mora.
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Eduardo (Fu lo) Carrasco of El
Pais was the winner of the
monthly tipsters contest. Carras Carrasco
co Carrasco led the contest from start to
finiah. Joseph Webb of Mundo
Grafico was second and Humber Humberto
to Humberto titizamora of Critica third.
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Little Pool, an expensive Chi
kan-bred horse that never lived
tip to expectations, has finally
been officially retired and will
be used for stud purposes. He
was owned by the Stud Magni
ond trained by Edi lard E.
Young.
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the "clocking" or timing of
workouts is now prohibitsd ex except
cept except for Most authorized by
track manager Pablo Arosome Arosomeova
ova Arosomeova Mayor. Anyono who wishes
, to bocome a "clockor" must
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Strike Medal Play

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flights will win one of these most
attractive prizes.
The winner of the championship
flight is a toss up between any
one of some 12 to 15 golfers. A Among
mong Among those rated an even chance
to cop the No. 1 honors are the
Juvenia Watch Tournament final finalists
ists finalists Vince Lombroia and Mary
Chadwick, the latter having won
the Isthmian Amateur title earlier
this year, Dr. Herb Mitten, win winner
ner winner of the 1959 Pan American
tournament at Gamboa, Panama
Golf ASSOCiatiOn president Jim Ri Riley,
ley, Riley, winner of the 1959 54-hole
medal play Gillette tourney, which
was also played at Brazos Brook
Golf, the host club's own Anibal
Galindo and Don Rause.
These are the big names to
watch, but others may sneak in
and don't overlook Summit's di diminutive
minutive diminutive ace Tony Jankus.
All Isthmian golfers are invited
to enter this tournament, which ie
a PGA sanctioned tournament
Jimmy Raymond will be on hand
at the Brazos Club to act as start starter
er starter and official scorekeeper.
All entrants are invited to play
practice rounds any time dunng
the week, but the day they shoot
their qualifying rounds they must
sign the tournament register. Each
signee will be given a pre-number
ed "Lucky Strike" score card.
Only "Lucky Strike" score-cards
will be accepted.
raquast a parmit from the
m a nagar.
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A total of $145,480 was wager
ed at the Presdient Remon race racetrack
track racetrack over the weekend. Patrons
pushed $62,583 through the mu mutuels
tuels mutuels windows on Saturday and
outdid themselves Sunday when
they bet $82,897. More than $10,-
000 was wagered to win on the
Gen. Remon Classic which was
won by Quidico.
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Segundo Carvajal, who got eight
meets for crossing Julie wan
Don Grau during Saturda y's
fourth race, was the only rider
set down during the weekend.
Heliodoro Gustines netted a $5
fine for dropping his whip while
riding Cindertrack in Saturday's
fifth race.
Introduction was suspended for
eight meets because of his poor
performance. This horse was a
bad trailer in Saturday's issth
race.
Riotous, which was found to
have pain in her right knee aft after
er after a poor performance in Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's seventh race, got a 14-day
suspension.
Julie and Mama Lola were
placed under observation by the
track's veterinarina.
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A "Radio Announcers Day"
Handicap will be run at the local
track on Sunday, June 14 the
same day on which the leallre
race will be the $2,000 added
Press Classic for three-year-olds.
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Jockey Oscar Bravo, who did
not onto'. tint winnor's circle
with Mochi aftor tho latter fin finishod
ishod finishod Sunday's fifth raco lock locked
ed locked with Charley Grant's, ad.
mittod that he thought Charley
Grant's had baton him in tho
, sizzling duol.
Bravo was not the only one
fooled by the official result. The
sportscasters who announced the
race, most fans who were sitting
close to the finish and (let's face
it) this scribe thought Charley
Grant's had made it by a long
nose or half a head. The uner unerring
ring unerring photo finish camera proved
,us wrong, however, and showed
1Frank X. Ziemetz' filly a clear
winner.
This makes us wonder how ma many
ny many close finishes were mimed by
the finish judges before the ad advent
vent advent of the "magic eye."
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45 188 36 78 .415 ::!1 -7,,.: t:::::;::.:ii..A.'s P:6c22t. GB Tc FeAy :Ai aSnd
25 20 554 1
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7 19 587 112 Chicago
36 137 29 45 .328 ;:li:,:,,.. ::,::,:.. ';;;;q:::310tro.....
25 21 343 Ph
Mantle, NY sThinEinlAwMaFuSrka n:oe
5' '''''' .. '''' P ittsburgh 24 21 .533 4 Baltimorf.
46 184 42 63 .342
.21 21 300 31a
Mays, SIP
40 64 335 isco 22W8 I i 7
21 23, .477 4Va
46 191 9 52 .321 'W:,'' -:. ': .t.
1.23 24 .489 6 Detroit
,,:..!;:li,i;,,:., uii..4;:qt:,:. : .. cLhosicaAgngo alas 25,-23 .521 412 Kansas City
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,19 24 .442 6
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LoBPoingusael3nhn,e'em, CiPiinhciii 44 162 2
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Temple, Cinci
48 1 16 52 317
43 164 1.:,:1
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Covington, Mil 4845 118435788 328342 6055 71 :333221901
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League
Cimoli, St. L 44 177 28 56 .316
American
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San Francisco at Milwauke.e N1( Baltimore at Chicraogit.o ,((ritN))
Washington at Celveland (N)
45 184 24 63 .342 :,,, :: :::., .:
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44 177 24 58 .328
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36 137 2945 .328
43 165 27 o;s
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Runnels, Boa
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39 16 42 .302 '':': :- -' -,:,..,
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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 124 official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil 45 188 36 78 .415
Mantle, NY 36 137 29 45 .328
Mays, SIP 46 184 42 63 .342
Pinson, Cinei 46 191 40 64 335
Bouchee, Phil 44 162 26 52 .321
Logan, Mil 46 159 20 51 .321
Cepeda, SF 45 178 32 57 .320
Temple, Cinei 46 188 34 60 .319
Covington, Mil 43 164 16 52 317
Cimoli, St. L 44 177 28 56 .316
American League
G AB R H Pct.
n, Det 37 147 19 51 .347
Chi 45 184 24 63 .342
e, Det 44 177 24 58 .328
le, NY 36 137 2945 .328
KC 32 125 25 41 328
ling, Bal 41 125 16 41 .S261
els, Boa 43 165 27 53 .321
Bal 46 184 29 56 .304
ps, Chi 42 139 16 42 .302
es. Det 44 156 16 47 .301
Kuenn, Det
Fox, Chi
Ka line, Det
Mantle, NY
Maris, KC
Wood ling, Bal
Runnels, Boa
Tasby, Bal
Phillips, Chi
Bridges, Det
Runs Batted Tn
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants
Demeter, Dodgers
Pinson, Reds
Post, Phi Hies
47
46
45
38
37
37
37
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
39
37
32
32
30
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Skinner, Pirates
Boyer, Cards
16
11
14
12
10
10
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
13
13
19
11
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 4 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pch
Face, Pirates 7 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
Mizell, Cards 6 1 .857
Antonelli, Giants 7 2 .778
Elston, Cubs 3 1 .750
AMERICAN
Wilhelm, Orioles
Larsen, Yankees
Walker, Orioles
Shaw, White Sox
Fischer, Senators
LEAGUE
7 0
5 0
4 1
4 1
4 1
1.090
.000
.800
.800
.800
NBA Knocks Off
Tony Anthony As
No. 1 Contender
MILWAUKEE UPI) Tony
Anthony was knocked off as num number
ber number one, contender for the light lightheavyweight
heavyweight lightheavyweight crown in hte May
ratings of the National Boxing
Assn. as the result of his loss to
Jesse Bowdry of St. Louis.
The NBA picked Bowdry as the'
May "boxer of the month" for
his upset over Anthony, who bad
been ranked No. 1 to champion,
Archie Moore for nearly a year.'
Harold Johnson of Philadelphia
replaced Anthony as number one,
Anthony dropped to sixth a n
Bowdry moved up to fifth. NBA
Rating Chairman Fred Saddy
called Bowdry's win "the biggest
upset" in a month of upsets.
The NBA again left open the
middleweight title after vacating
the crown held by Sugar Ray
Robinson for Robinson's failure to
defend his title.
Listed by Saddy as "outstand "outstanding
ing "outstanding prospects to be watched in the
future" were: 135-pound Ramun Ramundo
do Ramundo Torres of Mexico. heavyweight
Alonzo Johnson of Pittsburgh, 160-
notind Rudy Ellis of Cov er
Mich., 1130-pound Victor Zalazav
of Argentina, Hungary's Laszlo
Papp, 175-pound Orville Pitts of
Milwaukee, and 147 pound Joe
Ngidi of South Africa.
4;:r c;
'TODAY ENCANTO -25-15
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Stephen McNally in
"HELL'S FIVE HOURS"
Jack Kelly in
"HONG KONG AFFAIR"
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fl-IIKING TO W1NDWARDIt looks like the crewman in the foreground is trying to walk
on water, but he actually is hiking to windward to balance his boat. Racing sloops dot
Sin Francisco Bay in the annual All-Clubs Regatta. The big 'field makes a pretty picture.

MMi.a

Officials Say 500-Mile Race
Proof Auto Racing Improving

- 0
By KURT .FREUDENTHAL
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (IND
The fact that 16 cars, a record,
completed Saturday's 500 mile
classic is strong evidence that
racing is improving steadily, of officials
ficials officials said yesterday.
But a two-year argument over
whether "laid-over" engines are
superior to upright power plants
remained unsettled.
Race officials said it w a s
astounding that 16 cars were still
runnitig as Rodger Ward received
the checkered flag of victory
with a record average speed of
135.857 miles per hour. It was a
warm and humid day and the
grind was nth under the most de demanding
manding demanding conditions.
START NEAR PERFECT
There was no doubt, too, that
Ward's average speed would have
been faster but for the yellow
caution light which was flashed on
for more than 43 minutes, thus
slowing the field's pace while the
track was cleared of debris from
five accidents.
And officials were happy that
the old start, with 11 rows of
three cars abreast lined up in the
LATIN AMERICA
SCHOOL LEAGUE
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Well, another week has gone
and there was anothe,r change in
the standings. This time Ameri American
can American Supply has taken over the
coveted top spot by virtue of to total
tal total pins. They took points from
Cerveza Balboa in the battle of
giants. For the suppliers, Mora Morado
do Morado still leads the way. This time
with a 452 series. Negron was
second man with a 409. For the
Cerveceros, McComas rolled a
406 and yas the only one to break
the 400 series. The rest of the
men, like Spiros, came as close
as 392. That is the reason they
lost 3.
Volkswagen Is still In third
place. They managed to survive
and stay in this position by sal salvaging
vaging salvaging a game from the Mercu Mercurio
rio Mercurio Jewelers. As it turned out,
when the last ball was rolled,
Mercurio was ahead with 1
points due to combined efforts
by Vigil with 419 and Teal with
a 409 series for the Car Alen.
Larrazabal led with a .422 and
Alemany helped with a 401.
Gulfpride was a little disap disappointed
pointed disappointed last week. After having
won the first game going away,
things got altogether too rough
,for the Wildcatters as the men
from Crawford Agencies zeroed
in and let go with all barrels.
When the last ball was rolled the
Zenith Radio men had taken the
3 points frorm the Petroleros.
With the terrific series turned in
by Opio they couldn't have done
less. It was a 537 scratch with a
game 233 pins long. Man, that is
one heck of a lot of pins to
knock down in one game. Well
done, Opio. The other top man
was Barnhart with a 424. Not to
be outdone, by mucb that is,
there was Hansel for GuIforide
rolling a 210 game and finishing
with a 469 series. Miranda was
the second man with a 461 to his
credit.
, La Mascots and Marlboro had
a rugged night. There was iio
relaxing to be done. As a result,
they just managed to save 212
games from the Marlboro Smok Smokers.
ers. Smokers. The high scores for the Cus Custom
tom Custom Tailors were Hervey with a
502 and Gonzales with a 428. For
the Smokers, Shaffer rolled a
440 and Di Paulo a 416 series.
The league standings are as
,follows:
Teams
American Supply
Cerveza Balboa
Volkswagen
Gulfpride
La Masenta
Crawford Aerie lea
Mercurio Jewelers
Marlbore
W L
33 19
33 13
2f41,44
2512 26
2412 ::112
22 30
22 30
1916 S201

..g4B ow LING
sc 'TnES

Tournament Lnderway

homestretch, went off with near
perfection.
"It was one of the most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful starts in the history of the
Speedway," said Chief Steward
Harlan Fengler. "We had a won wonderful
derful wonderful race and no serious con consequences."
sequences." consequences." EXPERTS SPLIT
As crews packed up their equip equipment
ment equipment and prepared to vac,itle
famed "gasoline alley," Oa e
experts were fairly evenly split
on the merits of the "laid over"
engines introduced by George Sa Salih
lih Salih two years ago in the car
Sam Hanks rode to victory and
in which Jimmy Bryan repeatA
last year.
Clutch trouble eliminated the
two-time winning car last Satur Saturday
day Saturday after it ran only one lap,
with dense smoke pouring icom
its exhaust.
The two top money winning
cars, driven by Ward and J i m
Rathmann, were equipped with
"upright" engines. Both cars were
built by A. J. ,Watson, who also
had the winning cars in 1955 and
1956.
"Laid-over" jobs grabbed the
next five positions, and the first
four roadsters were new this 3, ear
a strong indication that the car
builders, including Watson will
be busy next winter turning out
new creations.
Today's Sport
Parade
By OSCAR FRALEY
GROSSINGER, N.Y. WM
Ingemar Johansson, the Swede
who faces Floyd Patterson at
Yankee Stadium on June 25 for
the world heavyweight crown, has
been likened facially to Terry
Brennan and the young Charles
Lindbergh.
There are new comparisons be being
ing being made today.
Whitey Bimstein, one of his
trainers, looks on him as the
truculent Marlon Brando of "A
Streetcar Named Desire." The
publicity corps compares him to
the stolid, suspicious Max Schmel Schmeling.
ing. Schmeling. Many others see him as the
new champion in what shapres up
as the biggest betting bout in
years.
These reactions evolve from the
fact that Ingo the Swedish iron
man may be overtraining. When
Bimstein remonstrates, Ingo sticks
out that Brando-type lower lip and
plunges stubbornly ahead.
tireless worker
There is no doubt but what
Ingo is a tireless worker. Too
tireless, possibly, to have his best
left when he climbs into the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium ring for a bout
which will be televised into the theaters
aters theaters from cowl to coast. But he
has his training methods, and
changing them is almost impos impossible.
sible. impossible. The daily schedule he prefers is
six miles of roadwork, as many
as 15 rounds of boxing and then
gobs of bag punching and calis calisthenics.
thenics. calisthenics. This can be too much
when, as he did on one occa.sion,
he poses six hours for a photog photographer
rapher photographer "friend"rowing, swim swimming,
ming, swimming, etc. After that wearing bit,
Ingo headed for the ring and a
lengthy boxing session even
though it was crowding 90 in the
shade.
"Out," ordered Bimstein firmly
when he heard of the strenuous
photographic stint.
"No, no," Ingo replied. "I
train."
"Out,' repeated Bimstein, as
ingo's Swedish trainer, Nils Blom Blomberg,
berg, Blomberg, glowered from the sidelines.
SET TO GO IS
"It I not knock out Pattersrn,
I may have to go 15 rounds,'
Ingo retorted. "I must be ready.
I must train."
"Out," growled Whitey. "You'll
be overtrained.
"Listen,' grated Johansson,
"You don't know me. 1 knw my

Panchc; Gonzalez
Captures Fifth
Pro Tennis Title

LA JOLLA, Calif. (LIPI)--Pancho
Gonzales tiredly walked off
the tennis court toward his room
at the La Jolla Beach and Tennis
Club.
He just finisthed Sunday's final
match in a 62-match tour during
which he captured his fifth con consecutive
secutive consecutive professional tennis
championship.
"Next year?" he said.
"I'm looking no farther than
getting some rest. We have a
tournament in Los Angeles in the
month of June but right now all
want to do is get to my room
arO relax."
"Lew Hoad beat you this year
15 matches to 13 on the tour. Do
you expect trouble from him next
year?" a questioner asked.
"I think anyone in the pro
ranks today will give anyone
trouble," Gonzales said as ne
stripped tape from the fingers of
his right hand.
"1-1O0 is so tough on a tour be be'cause
'cause be'cause 'of his 'strength," Pinch
said. "Lots of players are as
good as we (the professionals) on
any given day, but where Hoad
and I have the advantage is in
physical conditioning."
Gonzales, who fought his way
through the amateur ranks to the
professional championship from
the public courts of Los Angeles,
whipped Hoad in the final match
of the tour -6-3, 15-13.
Going into the final matches
'load had a slim chance of win winning
ning winning the pro title, which this year
was basei upon the amount of
money won on the tour.
Pancho's winnings at the end
of the tour totaled $29,150 to
$28,250 for Hoad. Ashley Cooper
won $18,700 and Mal Anderson
$16,900.
BEDARD WINS SINGLES
SCHBOAN LAKE, N.Y. (UPI)---
Bob Bedard, the Canadian Davis
Cup star, won his second conse consecutive
cutive consecutive singles title in the Adiron Adirondack
dack Adirondack Mountain Invitational tennis
tournament Sunday, whipping Sid
Schwartz of Brooklyn, N.Y., 6-4,
6-2. Bedard then teamed with
Lorne Maine of Montreal to beat
Schwartz and Alan Fisch' of Long
Island City, N.Y., 6-4, 6-4, In the
doubles final.
self. I know my body and when
I get tired I will stop. I have
done this for 11 years and I know
how to train myself."
"Out," Bimstein directed.
Ingo "outed,' but he left no
doubt about the fact that he was
annoyed. The answer is that Bun Bunstein
stein Bunstein and Blomberg aside, Jo
hansson is his own manager, his
own trainer and his own boa,rd of
directors.
Thus in training he Ignores the
advice of Bimstein, Blomberg et
al to "throw that right hand'
which crushed Eddie Machen and
gave him his shot at Patterson.
"I don't punish my sparring
partners," Ingo explains wooden woodenly.
ly. woodenly. "The jab has to be sharp but
the right hand has the power al always.
ways. always. If I hurt my sparring part partners
ners partners they become cautious and I
lose training time. So I save the
right hand for Patterson. I will
not forget to throw the right hand
when I get him in the ring."

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National League.
TEAMS W Pct. GB
Milwaukee 28 17 .622
San Francisco 27 19 .587 112
Pittsburgh 24 21 .533 4
Los Angeles 25 23 .521 412
Chicago 23 24 .489 6
Cincinnati 21 25 .457 712
St. Louis 18 26 .409 9Vs
Philadelphia 17 28 .378 II
Today s Games
San Francisco at Milwaukee NI(
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)
)(St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N)
Preceded by completion of sus suspended
pended suspended game of May 3.
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 600 140 1114 0
Milwaukee 000 002 000-2 8 1
S. Jones (5-5) and Landrith,
Schmidt.
Jay (2-4), Pizarro and Rice.
WM,0..,..
Only game scheduled.

Craft Says Early Wynn
Best 'Clutch Pitcher'
In American League

--e- 0
By GENE BLUDEAU
CHICAGO (UPI) Manager
Harry Craft said yesterday Early
Wynn still gets his vote as the
league's best "clutch pitcher" de despite
spite despite the rude hammering the vet veteran
eran veteran righthander has received at
the hands of his roistering Kansas
City Athletics.
The A's, winning their third of
four games since the trade with
the New York Yankees, bombed
the Chicago White Sox 9-1 Sunday
and sent Wynn to the showers in
a five-run second inning.
It was one of the3 worst batter batterings
ings batterings in Wynn'S long career and
otherwise ruined his day by eras erasing
ing erasing his chance to become the
leagues first eight-game winner
of 1959, by delaying his 257th ma major
jor major league victory for at least
another game, and by handing
him his third loss in three deci decisions
sions decisions tvith the A's this year.
inx P itcher
This was nothing new for the
A's. They wrecked Wynn's bid to
close the 1958 season with 250 vic victories
tories victories by bea.ing him 2-1 in his
last start of the campaign.
"But if I had one 'must' game
that had to be won, I'd pick Wynn
for the pitcher,' Craft said.
"Most good pitchers seem to
have one 'jinx' club that figures
on paper to be easy, but which
he just can't beat for love or
money. That's the way it is with
Wynn and us lately,' Craft said.
"Irs a psychological thing, but
I still say Wynn would be my
choice for a 'must' game,' he
said.
Craft, who saw his club move
to within 412 games behind the
Cleveland Indians, said there has
been no regrets about trading off
Hector Lopez and Ralph Terry to
the Yankees.
Says Club Improved
"Why should there be? We con considered
sidered considered all the angles before the
deal was made and we think
we've improved our club as we
expected,' Craft said.
He said statistics which showed
the As to be the leading hitters
and the poorest fielders in t h e
league proved that we "were beat beating
ing beating ourselves.'

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TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1959

American League
TEAMS
Cleva land
Chicago
Ea !timers
Kansas City
Detroit
New York
Washington
Boston
W Pet. 011
25 11 .581 --
25 20- .556 1
25 21 .543 114
21 21 .500 3Va
21 23 .477 4Va
19 23 .452 SVa
21 26 .447 6
19 24 .442
Today's Games
Washington at Celveland (N)
Baltimore at Chicago (N)
New York at Detroit (N)
Boston at Kansas City '(N)
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 010 000 000-1 5
Detroit 000 110 10x-3 5 0
Bell (4-4), Brodowski and Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. Foytack (3-6) and Berberet.
...
(Night Game)
Kansas City 000 020 100-3 I
Chicago 000 100 000-1 7 0
Daley (4-3) and House.
Moore 1(-2), Staley and Roma.
no.
Only games scheduled.
OW
..---
.
The deal which brought Jerry
Lumpe, Tom Sturdivant and John Johnny
ny Johnny Kucks, gave the club "stabil,-,,
ity and balance," Craft said.
"We've tightened up our deg.
fense Sturdivant and Kucks have
given the pitching staff poise and
balance and our offense is just as-
good as it ever was,' he said,
Richest Evei
Eptiiiii Dithi7:-57
Set Tomotrow:::
EPSOM, England (UMNear (UMNearly
ly (UMNearly 500,000 racing fans, including includingthe
the includingthe royal family, will pack the,
grandstands and vantage points 4
Epsom DOWTIS tomorrow for the.,
180th and richest running of the'
English Derby.
Tomorrow's event will be this
first 8100,000 horse race ever,
staged in Britain. It will have AS
gross value of 42,680 sterling
($119,504) with $101,487 of the smart
going to the owner of the winner.-4,
There 'are two United State'sli-74!
owned colts entered in the
and-a-half classic. They are Daat
Cupid, owned by Mrs.
Widener of Philadelphia, and Ar Arvak,
vak, Arvak, owned by Josephine Paul L.
New York. Neither is given much
chance to win.
A tremendous cheer will rol
over the ancient course if another,.
long-shot wins. He is Above Sus...-.
picioft, a 25 to 1 shot who will,
carry Queen Elizabeth's royal
purple and gold colors.
The race attracts world-wide In Interest
terest Interest because an Irish hospital
sweepstake is based on the mai
come.
Twenty three year old coltsv,
each carrying 126 pounds, are ex,-
pected to contest, the race over
the undulating, horse-shoe shaped
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Marlon Brando
"A STREETCAR NAMED
DESIRE"
Wednesday!
"Between Heaven and Hell"
GAMBOA 7:00
"LA PARISIENN,E"
Wednesday!
"Streetcar Named Desire"
II il
GARIN 7:00
"CHINA DOLL"
Thursday!
"Collossus of New VOW
MARGARITA 7:00
Susan Hayward
"I'LL CRY TOMORROW"
Wed. "PEYTON PLACE"
pARAISO 7:00
"WHITE MINTER" and
"THE DALTON GANG"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"SHORTCUT TO HELL"
CAMP BIERD 7:01
"GUNSLINGERS" and
"OPERATION IIATLIFT"
TOMORROW!
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Bud Daley pitched a seven
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Sam Jones, the errat' hitter for the Athletics and Jot
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arrogant archbishop of the ring, tition be upheld, could concciva- ing Tasco team from Albrook ----- lenghened tees and Stritili! well- and home in the SeVenth inning. as, the 'Giants pounded, out 14 wild pitch and then hit his thlr, d,,,,,
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Ws awesome omnipotence not notwithstanding,
withstanding, notwithstanding, Cud D'Amato the
arrogant archbishop of the ring,
, may not, after all, have the last
wdrd as to whether Patterson and
Jobansson fight here, or indeed,
they fight ahywhere, now or la- I
ter, 1
Preposterous as-it mar seem,
there is actually. mundane voice
which speajts with higher, ,atithorit,
ty, and Monday next the eminent
Judge Irving Kaufman of U.S. Fe Federal
deral Federal District Court, will preside
over progjedingrpolgtilph.W:.
medial( ifatev; to4 the a?y,f1 111
heavyvieighOproitiotion.
In issue is the validity of a con contact.
tact. contact. Did or did not the' Swedish
cowboy agree in good' faith to a,
return match siith Eddie Machen,
v over whom he scored a,one round
knockout to qualify for the cham chamlionship
lionship chamlionship assignment?
or isn't Edwin Ahlquist his
manager, and does or doesn't the
fighter's countryman ,and long
tints advisorhave the authority
to,commit him ea cauliflower com com'bid?
'bid? com'bid? Oti these points, Machen and'
his manager,,Sid Flaherty, seek to
enjoin the Swede from fighting
.Patersiinr Yankee Stadium,
Jute 25.
The defendants are represented
by-,-Jack Hart of Ingleman and
Hart, 10 East 40 St., N.Y.C., a
gentleman who is punctiliously re reserved
served reserved in discussing the case.
"We think we have a strong hand,
but must assume the plaintiffs
leas they'have a strong 'one, too,"
he 'said yesterday, deftly eluding
,a 's trai t reportorial right,
Oirown by this department.
bi addition to Machen and Fla Fla.
. Fla. terty, barrister Hart will inter interrogate
rogate interrogate Ahlquist, D'Amato, pro pro'
' pro' rioter Bill Relenilehh, Sven
HoMberg, '(identified as Johans Johansson's
son's Johansson's West Coast contact) and
TrUman Gibson of the IBC, who
had hoped to present the new con controversial
troversial controversial rematch.
WO'S REAL MANAGER?
IThe suit was filed January 23.
Patterson and Johansson signed
January 29,, the fight to be staged
anytime between June 1, and Sep
.1;e Caffie's Homer
Kieps Buffalo Atop
International Loop
N, EW YORK, June 2 (UPI)
A 10th inning homer by Joe Cal Calfie:
fie: Calfie: kept the Buffalo Bisons in
first place in the International
League today by the margin of
a half-game over the Columbus
Jets.
Caffie's bales-empty blast off
Petiro Carillo gave the Bisons a
5-4 victory at HAVabil, and climax climaxed.,
ed., climaxed., brilliant comeback. Buffalo
had fallen behind when Havana
picked up t single run in the
,first inning and three in the sev seventh
enth seventh on a homer by Borrego' Al Alvarez.
varez. Alvarez. But the Bisons knocked out E Emilio
milio Emilio Cuellat in four-run rally
in PS eighth inning to tie the
'score. 'Ex-Phillit relief ace Vick
Farrell was the winner in relief
, Columbus kept pace with a '7-3
win; over Montreal, while in oth othet
et othet lames Richmond downed ,To ,ToTonto
Tonto ,ToTonto 4-3, and Miami beat Ro Rotheetery,
theetery, Rotheetery, 7-8.
pick Lines pitched all the' way
to win iOr Columbus with an
eigAt-hitter.' Bob Wiesler picked
lull, the win for Richmond when
thd, Virginians broke a 3-3 tie
with a rim in the eighth inning.
bagged 11 hits in beating
Rochester, although Bill Harrell
hit two homers for the losers.
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tember 1. The sequence and con conditions,
ditions, conditions, should the defendants' pe petition
tition petition be upheld, could conceiva conceivably
bly conceivably destroy all hope of a reprieve:
ie., that the enjoinment be sus suspended
pended suspended until the present promo promotion,
tion, promotion, now well advanted, is com completed..
pleted.. completed.. ."They knew the risk and
decided to take it," Is the tie tie,fendants'
,fendants' tie,fendants' argument.
r Oddly, neither side appears an anxious
xious anxious to put Johansson's father
(first name, Jens) ,in the enair,
'According to the fighter, his lath lathis
is lathis 1).is manageri, l'helather is
,a Med stone crusherln his
native Goteborg (the accepted
Ispelling, we've been censured)
with a 9 to 5 work schedule. On
the boxing beat, he does not seem
to be quite as well knoyn as Jack
Keanrs, Al Weill, Musky Jackson,
or -even Edwin Ahlquist.
, Possibly on account of the exact exacting
ing exacting nature of his duties, Jonans Jonansson
son Jonansson pen found it inconvenient to
attend the secret conferences neld
here last November, when the
fighter, Ahlquist and D'Amato ini initiated
tiated initiated the Patterson match. Nego Negotiations
tiations Negotiations were conducted against a
total blackout of the New York
press. Singular then, but not now,
especially, in the hght of subse subsequent
quent subsequent events, one of which saw
D'Amato furtively smuggling an
old pal into Johansson's camp, on
a five year deal, as the Swede's
"American manager". On, for
'the good old wicked days of open
chicanery, openly arrived at.
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CALL HIM IN, GENTS
Young Rosensohn, a nice, decent
1 personable guy, who incompre incomprehensible
hensible incomprehensible fancied himself a boxing
promoter has, like all his predes predessors,
sors, predessors, broken with D'Amato, and in
placing the blame for the unpa unpalatable
latable unpalatable turmoil where it properly
belongs .at the clay feet of the
swaggering sawdust Caesar.
'he makes investigate action by the
commission all the more impe
rative.
There are indications, Rosen Rosensohn
sohn Rosensohn charges, that (1) D'Amato
fears he's made a bad match;
(2) he is therefore out to debtroy
the show; (3) and might pull out
on a fake injury; (4) also that he
insisted .a $450,000 bid for Tv
rights be rejected in favor of a
$300,006 offer, made by an outfit
of D'Amato's choice. ;a $150,000
differential, conterning which the
young man ventures no explana explanation.
tion. explanation. How many more outrages a against
gainst against an already enfeebled sport
must this mock missionary, ,in
vestments of tyranny and intimi intimidation,
dation, intimidation, commit, before the com commission
mission commission is convinced he should be
returned to rthti 'obscurity whence
he 'came,' tnittneked, unlicensed,
unlamented? '''

''Sports'inefs
AMIN RUNS FOURTH
COPENHAGEN, (UP1)Za min,
the favored entry from France
which will appear in the United
Statee! et .,the Inaugural Interne
tional at Roosevelt Raceway, N.Y.
Aug. 1, ivound up fourth Sunday
in the' Charlottenlind Internation
al trotting race. Jens Protector,
a Norwegian entry. won the event
setting a netv track record in the
process. ,
SPEED RECORDS 141.1
MILAN, Italy (UPI)Luigi Ci Civanna
vanna Civanna of Italy,' driving a four fourwheel
wheel fourwheel car equipped with a motor.
cycle engine, broke nine world
speed car records 'Saturday. Ly,
ing flat on, his back in the hori
zontal cockpit, Cavanna reached a
speed of 156.015 miles per hour
during his !word run.

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Oasis Sof !bailers
Outs lug Amok
At Rainbow City
Mickey Robinson's Oasis Cigar Cigarettes
ettes Cigarettes of the Rainbow City Soft
ball League out-slugged a visit visiting
ing visiting Tasco team from Albrook
for an 11-to-O-8 victory the first
game of a series. However, man manager
ager manager George Collins of Albrook
is still optimistic about winning
the series.
Both clubs took advantage of
early inning wildness and loose
playing to score 'most of the
runs. In the very first, the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Taseo team scored Are.'
runi ably to lose the lead AO' Ilia
bottm half as the Green 'Smok 'Smokers
ers 'Smokers scored three runs also to tie
the game.
In the second, Tasco chalked
up a one-run lead run but again
fell behind m Oasis scored five
runs on a grandslam homer by
Herbert Moist, subbing for Nu Nugent
gent Nugent (Tutu) Joseph, who hurt his
back in the very first inning.
Still apparently charged, the
Tasco Mechanics came back
strong-with three runs to run the
score up to 8-7 then tied it ail up
in the fourth with a single mark marker.
er. marker. Robinson, who led his crew
in hitting "three-for-three" watch watched
ed watched his team 'go zunless in the
third and fourth while Collins
managed his boys to the tempor temporary
ary temporary tie.
That tie-producing tally was to
be eventually the last for the vis visiting
iting visiting Tasco team as Leslie Dray Drayton
ton Drayton blanked them the rest of the
way. At this point, Oasis settled
down and used every trick in
the book to run 'the Tam) club
into defeat. Little A. Morales
Smith, a San Blas Indian, dewy dewyed
ed dewyed a better fate With Tasco but
his mates were erratic in the
closing stages of the contest,
thus helping along his losing
ways.
The second game of this series
will be played on the Pacific Side
on July 4.
Leading 'hitters for tbe day
were Robinson and Hugh Charles
for the Oasis with two for tour.
For the. losers George Douglas
had three for four, Fiorentino
Guerrero, two for four one hit be being
ing being a three-run blast in the first,
and Joseph Cox two for Vire&
The line score:
Tasco 313 100 0 8 9 3
Oasis 350 012,x-11 14 5
A. Morales Smith and G. Ca Caton.,
ton., Caton., Leslie Drayton and Ramon
Alston.
Along The Fairways
Jean Sullivan won high honors
in last week's ladies day golf
tournament, at Amador.
Jean's low net of 65 won first
place in the first flight. Pearl
Trim came in setond with a net
70. Eve Monteath and Alyce
French tied for third place with
73'8.
Kay Potter was' victor of the
low putting tournament.
Thursday, Alne the fourtn, a
luncheon le being'held for the A
mador Women golfers. It will be.
gin a one o'clock. at the Amsdor
Officer's club. Prize' -will be a
warded the winners of the' recent
Handicap and ringer tournaments.
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By MARRY GRAYSON
NEW VOX (NIA) How im importent
portent importent is intimate legtlittlitiinel
with the premises to the playing
professional golfer?
Most of them. starting with
Ben. Hopn, the chief .inspector,
tell you it's extremely valuable.
There irthe other school of which
Dick. Mayer is a straight A stu student
dent student which. contends that a time
or two around the battleground is
More then sufficient.
, The United States Open Chem-,
plonship strikingly illustrates that
toe much knowledge can ,be dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. The greatest edition of
what is now the world's greatest
golf show is down for the west
Course of famous Winged Foot.
June 11-13, and it is a Singular
(tact 'that a home prefessional,
who quilifiel automititilly, has
not Wit it Sitief the inaugural,
at the Newport, R. Golf Club in
la& And Rime tremendous shot shotmakers
makers shotmakers hive hosted the produc productiOn
tiOn productiOn in the M intervening ,year's,
during which M more tourna tournaments
ments tournaments hays been held.
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An interesting twist to this
year's Open is that Claude Jlar Jlarmon,
mon, Jlarmon, former Masters champion
and a trtily fine player not yet
43, will attempt to break the home
pro jinx.,

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HECTOR LOPEZ, New York
Yankees, has not played in a los losing
ing losing game since being traded
from the Kansas City Athletics
last Tnesday.
Lopez made his debut with the
world champions Friday against
the 'Baltimore Orioles. The Yanks
won 5-2 with Hector contributing
to the victory with ,a Alin& and
a double in four trips to the
plate and one RBI. He commit committed
ted committed one miscue while playing
third base.
On Saturday the Yankees took
a doubleheader from the Wesh Weshington
ington Weshington Senators 11-2 and 11-0. In
the opener the Plinitintinian had
two safeties in three tries, drove
in two tallies and scored twice.
One of his base knocks was a
home run.
He went hitless in the night nightcap
cap nightcap in three attempts and failed
to get a base blow' Sunday as the
Yanks took a 3-0 decision from
the Nets on Bill Skowron's ninth ninthinning,
inning, ninthinning, three-run, homer. Losing
pitcher Camilo Pascual allowed
only four gaieties.
Commenting on the acquisition
of the Colon clouter, manager
Casey Stengel bad this to say:
"Lopez is a capable hitter,
bringing a record of 24 runs
driven in, and we did mot have
anybody that good ',dere he ,ar ,arrived.
rived. ,arrived. "Now, as to where Lopez does
best in the field, I think it's third
base. Jerry Lumpe, (traded to
Kansas City) a lefthanded batter,
and Andy Carey split the third
base job before. Now we have
two righthanded biters for the
job,' Casey concluded.
o0o
BOBBY PRESCOTT, Phoenix,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League.
had Tnoved up to third among
the loop's hitters up to May 28,
with a .320 average. Five of his
40 hits were homers and he bad
driven in 17 runs.
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JIM UMERICNT, Salt Lake Ci City,.
ty,. City,. Class AAA Pacific Coast
League, was both the batting -and
pitching hero in a ten-inning, 7-2
conquest of Phoenix. May 22.
Taking the mound in the ninth
inning after Phoenix tied the
score. Umbricht not only retired
four batters in a row but also
singled to lailocit the winning ral rally
ly rally in the tenth.
Later, picked off second hese,
big Jim managed to steal third,
but injured his leg on the play
and had to give' way to a run runner.
ner. runner. ,
CLARENCE MOORE.. Portland,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League.
has taken over the otoeond base
position of regular Milt Graff,
who noti incanacitated for ten
days with a slight shoulder sep separation.
aration. separation.
Milt. who has recovered. has
been placed on the active list a again.
gain. again. hilt was having difficulty
getting back info the lineup be

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-36 oolt4 byaeu iAtroitt
a 1e-y,-st-coti A.11144111 p.i.o Wilt)
, teeny was un st tne
Aewkort duo, prevaueu witn a
smseitaig uve years oefore
,Ae turn of tilt century.
Gene Sarazen wowu nave brok broken
en broken me speu et bresn totactow
1932, him not 'me Litue Boman se severed.
vered. severed. minnection witn Um, Long
Island cum several months belore.
Seven' strokes behind- as he came
, to tneninta tee on toe morning ot
Me &mai clay, Sarazen snot .he
last 26 miles in 100 m greatesi
unish m aa time.
Lew wom.itm failed to qualify
for the last 36 holes when Ben Ho Hogan
gan Hogan ran away trom the field at
eittsburgh's Oakmont in 1953.
Henry Picard could do in better
.han tie tor 12th, five strokes in
arrears, when Lloyd Maugrum,
, winner In the playzoff, tied Byron
Nelson And Vic Lthezzt at Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Canterbury in 1948.
Harry Todd wa a 'contender the
first Couple of rotinds', at Dallas
Northevod in 1952, but -wound up
tied for 13th' with 294 as Julius
Boroti took the coin and cup with
281,iGuy Paulsen was a pre.ty
good little player who had bagged
the Massachusetts Open, but he
got nOwhere when Dr. Cary Mid.
diecoff bounced down in front
with 286 at Chicago Medinah -in
1949.
PRANK STRANAHAN, whe has
played more golf than most, was
no place when Dick Mayer trim trimmed
med trimmed Middlecoff in the playoff at
Toledo Inverness in 1957. The
wealthy Stranahan never was the
home pro, but he was raised on
the course.
Terrific pressure is put on the
hems pro as he tries to live hp to,
everything members want him to
do. Their attitude is that he knows
where the trouble is and they ex expect
pect expect him tO keep out of it.
All-the tournament-hardened play player
er player really wants to know is the
range of the greens. He wisely
prefers positive thinidnt To Wm.,
worrying about the rough or
bunkers is negative thinking,
Claude Harmon has taken off 25
pounds and trained for this Open
like a prize fighter. But it could be
that Harmoh, like many another
renowned playing home pro, has
too clear a nicture of long Dar Cs,
tough par 3's narrowed fairways,
lengbened tees and small, well welltrapped
trapped welltrapped greens.
Any accomplished shotmaker as
well acquainted with the West
Course at Winged Foot as Claude
Harmon will require a heap of po postitive
stitive postitive thinking.
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p.
MOIVLISOI3
CAI 110 of utilityman Moore's fine
play..
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CLYDE PARRIS, Montr et 1,
Class AAA InternatiOnal League,
hit his 10th and llth homeruns
hi games played against Buffalo
Saturday and Sunday.
Clyde connected for the circuit.
in the second contest of a twin twinbill
bill twinbill Saturday in which Montreal
lost 11-5. His club also dropped
the opedkr, 12-2.
Sunday Parris blasted another
fourmaster as his team outslug outslugged
ged outslugged the Bisons 10-8. The veter veteran
an veteran third bateman's BA, as of
May 28, was .305.
o0o
TONY BARTIROME, Columbus,
Class AAA International League,
stayed among the .300 bitters up
to May 28 with a .301 average.
Tony's homer total ,was two, and
his RBI output 18.-
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KEN HUNT, Shreveport, Class
AA Southern Association, broke
in the lineup with a bang MaY 23,
smashing grandslam homer
and three doubles in five trips
to pace a 12-6 victory at Mini Miniphis.
phis. Miniphis. Hunt was obtained from the
Yankee organization via San Die Diego,
go, Diego, Class AAA Pacific Coast
League.
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LES PEDEN, Shreveport, Class
AA Southern Association, has be begun
gun begun to find his hitting range aft after
er after a slow start.
Including games of May 27,
the hefty catcher-manager was
pounding the ball at a .320 clip,
with four roundtrippers and 16
runs-batted-ia.
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DICK DONNELY, Shreveport,
Class AA Southern Association,
owned an even 3-3 mark with 24
strikeouts and a 3.13 ERA as
May 27.
OMR AWE, Memphis, Class
AA Southern Association, had a
.320 batting average, four hom homers
ers homers and 20 RBI's up to May 27.
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STANLEY ARTHUR, Poza Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Class AA Mexican League,
nossessed a 6-2 record, and had
fanned 44 batters up to May 24.
ELIAS OSORIO, Poza Rica.
Class Mexicsn League. hart
a .311 BA, four homeruns and 20
runs pushed across the plate up
to May 24.
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CHARLIF REAMON. Amarillo.
Class AA Texas League. made an
"usnicious May rl. chock chocking
ing chocking Poza Rica 1140 cm five hito,
in it, Pan-American Association
game.
Beamon wss acouired frnm
ijanconver. Chian AAA Pacific
Coast League.
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BOB MILO, Williamsnort. CIA's
A Eastern League. had won swo
rilmit loaf on to may
13. Itis ERA was 3.09.

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COME ON, JOHNlJohn Mostyn works out .at Bergen Catholic High School, Oradell, N.J.,
as teammates cheer him on. The 18-year-old Si credited with a disputed 9 3 hundred, which
bettered Jesse Owens' world schoolboy record of 9.4. He will not compete after this-season
because he is giving up what could be a brilliant track career for the life of a Christian Brothor.

Tempers Begin to Flare in NL
As Giants Overpower Braves

NEW YORK, June 2 (UPIY
It's still early in the season, yet
tempers already are flaring in
that National League pennant
race.
Daryl Spencer, Willie Mays and
Del Rice were the principals ket
night when thee San Francisco Gi Giants
ants Giants crept to .within 11a
of first place by walloping the
Milwaukee Braves, 11-2.
First Rice momentarily stunned
Spencer when he tagged him oet
during a rundown between tilirl
and home in the seventh inning.
,Thpn Mays retaliated. by bowling
over Rice on a play at the plate
during a four-run San k'raneisco
rally in the eighth and sending
'the Milwaukee catcher to a, hoz hoz:
: hoz: pital with a bruised lower shin
bone.
Mays himself was taken out of
,the lineup with shin bruises but
said he definitelx, wpujd play '.o '.oniglie'Vziten
niglie'Vziten '.oniglie'Vziten fife teams resame
their fourogamei seriesig
In 'the American League, the
two teama which got the biggest
jump on the New York Yankees
continued to fritter away their
opportunity to maintain a sizea sizeable
ble sizeable lead over the reviving world
champions.
The first-place Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians dropped a 3-1 decision to
the Detroit Tigers and the sec

Best Of Weak Lot May Lose
'Bookie Of 'Me Year' Award
On '4 5 D a y' Technicality

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by STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (UPI)It's an off
year for big league rookies and
the best of the weak lot Vada
Pinson of Cincinnati may lose
the rookie-of-the-year award on a
technicality.
The stylish 20-year-old outfield outfielder,
er, outfielder, up last spring for 27 games
before the Reds shipped him to
Seattle for seasoning, apparently
stayed just long enough to be dis
qualifified as a legitimate rookie
fox '59. The record indicates he
was up for more than the 45 days
allowed.
Pinson is crossed off, there's
not much in the National League
except Ron Fairly of the Dodgers
who is hitting close to .300 as the
right field alternate with veteran
Duke Snider.
In the American League, there's
Willie Tasby of the Orioles and
Bob Allison of the Senators, who
yet may give Washington its sec second
ond second straight rookie award. Little
Albie Pearson of the Senators won
it a year ago.
Allison Has 9 Homers
Tasby is near .300. Allison, at
.286 in the weekend averages, had
nine homers and 27 runs batted.
in in his first 40 games.
Both the rookie favoritesJohn favoritesJohnny
ny favoritesJohnny Callison of the Chicago White
Sox and Sparky Anderson of the
Phi Ines have failed to hit
though Sparky holds down his sec second'
ond' second' base job with his glove.
Ca ilison, hailed as the most
promising phenom of the early
spring, s dead last in the Amer American
ican American Leaguebatting averages
with 422 despite his fine minor
league &edentials. Anderson is a
shade over .202.
Among others -with a chance to
move into the rookie race if they
straighten out are pitchers Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Pena of the Reds, Bob Blya Blyalock
lock Blyalock of the Cardinals, and John
Buzhardt of the Cubs; catcher
Dutch Dotterer of the R e d a;
pitcher Rodolfo Arias of t h e
White Sox, first baseman Larry
Osborne of the Tigers and second
baseman Ray Webester of t h e
Indians.
Under the practice of bringing
up a boy for a look-see and then
farming him Mit as long as he
has options available, legitimate
rookies who haven't over-otayed

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ond-place Chicago Wlifte Sox lost!
by the same store to the Kansas
City Athletics.
The Indians, who have los t
three straight and sli of their
laSl;leight,:ltathpak now lead the
Yankees by only 512 games whde
the White Sox, who, have lost bey-
en of 10 games to the Athleti, s
lead them by only 412.
Sam Jones, the erratic side
armer with the overpowering
stuff, turned in an eight-hitter t.)
square his season record at 5-5
as, the Giants pounded out 13
hits.- Jones had a .hve.hit shutout
until the sixth inning when Frank
Torre singled lotne both Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee runs.
The Giants kayoed Joey Jay in
a six-run third Inning during
which 11 men batted. Jones him himself
self himself singled home two of the
runs. Juan Pizarro yielded -anoth
er tun in rthe ioseventh and four
1m ore 'in the- eighth...when "Andre
liodgers'Abase clearing double
was the key blow.
Paul Foytack pitched a five fivehitter
hitter fivehitter for the Tigers who nave
climbed to within 412 games of
first place and are only two
games under .500 after the 2-15
start: that; coat Bill Norman the
manager's job. Under Jim m y
Dykes the Tigers have a 19-8 rec recrd
rd recrd for .704. '
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their qualifying limit are hard to
come by these days.
Slick Newcomer
Thus, Pinson rates rookie status
unless you want to be a purist.
Twenty seven games hardly
makes a "veteran'.
Regardless of whether he qual qualifies
ifies qualifies for an award, Pinson is the
slickest newcomer in the big
leagues rightnow. He has been
running with the National League
batting leaders most of the sea season
son season with an average around .325
and is engaged in a. friendly runsbatted-in
duel with his buddy and
road "roomie,' Frank Robinson.
And he'd have been eligible
without question for the rookie
award if Birdie Tebbets, then
managing Cincinnati, hadn't gone
against his better judgment. The
kid was a real, phenom in training
last spring and blasted a homer
in his first regular game.
Birdi. figured Pinson couldn't
make the grade las' year. But he
couldn't be sure until Pinson had
been around awhile.
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WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI)
Mimi Arnold of Redwood City,
Calif., won the women's singles
title in the Wiesbaden interna international
tional international tennis tournament Sunday
by defeating German chamnion
Margot Dittmeyer, 6-4, 6-1. War Warren
ren Warren Woodcock of Australia won
the men's singles title by defeat defeating
ing defeating Ulf Schmidt of Swtden, 5-7,
6-1, 6-3.
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of the season to give Detroit a
2-1 lead in the fifth inning and
Frank Bolling tripled and scored
on a passed ball in the seventli
for the clinching tally. Feytack..2(
struck out two batters and didn't
walk any in winning his third
game against six lasses. ,
Bud Daley pitched a seven
hitter for the Athletics and Jot
Demaestri figured in all thtet
of their runs. Demaestri trittle
to drive in one run, scored oil
wild pitch and then hit his third.
homer of the season to sink tilt ,,,'
White Sox.
One of the most important. se
ries of the A.L. season so far :
pens at Detroit tonighi when t14
Yankees meet the Tigers. lt, wat
the Tigers Who greased the skid!
for the Yankees' plunge into tilt
American League cellar on tht
champions' last ..yoresteri,...iviingwo
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strong rallies and made
ground much faster than seemed
likely only a few weeks ago.
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Original price $90.00.
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"Leonard" electric stove.
4 burners. Slightly used,
Very good condition.
Originally $225.00.
erv good condttion.
rightilly $225.00.
NOW. $90.00
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machine. Completely new
but shopworn. Original I t
price $50.00.
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hilormation about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
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contract
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Resorts
Foster cottages. botween Santa
Clara and Rio Nato. New low
4:4 antes. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Ocamsido Co Itavom
lasts Clara R. do P. nano Ps Psalms
alms Psalms 1- I 1 T7 Cridoimd 1-1671.
Houses
FOR RENT:Completelv fur furnighod
nighod furnighod chalet. two bedrooms, liv living,
ing, living, dining room, kitchen, maid's
room, serene, etc. For six months.
95th Street No. 43. $185.00.
Tol. 3-4994.
FOR RENT:---Furnished I boa boaroom
room boaroom house in Bella Vista 1110.
43rd St. No. 1-107. Tel. 3-
696
FOR RENT:--3 bodroom chalet.
porch, office, 2 bathrooms,
mald's room, garage, largo aaaaa
for play ground, Campo Alegre,
8200 00. Phono 3-1184.
FOR RENT:-4 bedroom cha chalet
let chalet All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street. Golf Heights, information
2-2407.
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: 316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
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FOR RENT: Two furnished
rooms. bathroom and garage.
couple or bachelor. Tel 3-2147
San Francisco 97th. Street East
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IPersonals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX T2I I. CRISTOBAL, C.7.
PHONI BALBOA 3709
Uphill. Balm, mom.' hum
, Maier Warton. Cali Curundu
1188.
LEGAL NOTICE
verso STATES or AMERISA
.Canal Zone
United States District Court Tor The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
iin the matter of the estate of Samuel
Lust. Deceased. Probate No. 9474.
Notice to determine and ascertain rights
Of heirs.
To James Marshall. Esquire, Public
Administrator of the estate of Samuel
t. Lux, deceased, Mrs. Mary Klein.
Pittsburgh, Pennelvan is and to all
ether penons, known and unknown..
You and each of you are hereby no notified,
tified, notified, that on the 25th day of May 1959.
Pauline Selzer Kirkpatrick, EMMit V.
Selzer Smith, Edna C. Selzer Zeilman,
John W. Selzer Jr., Charles W. Salser.
Ruth Salter Kneiss, Richard Selzer.
Ralph R. Selzer. Grace Selzer Quetsch
and Dorothy Mae Selzer Buchanan filed
their petition in the above styled and
entitled Cotwt through their Attorneys
Arias, Febrep. A Fahrega praying that
the rights of all persons interested in
the estate of Samuel L. Lux, deceaaed.
be ascertained and determined and de deCared
Cared deCared by this Court, and that it be de determined
termined determined to whom distribution should
be made.
That ao far as knOW11. the following
is a description of the real estate where whereof
of whereof said deceased died seized or possess possessed,
ed, possessed, to wit, one building constructed
with bricks being and situated at 1239
C, South East, Washington, DC.
That you and all other persons not
named who have or claim an interest
in said estate are cited to appear be before
fore before the said Court at the Court Room
of the Court House at Ancon, Canal
Zone, on the 6th day of August 1959 at
9 o'clock in the forenoon of said date
end exhibit in the manner provided by
law your respective claims of heirship
or ownership or interest in said estate
and show cause why said petition should
riot be granted. And for further par particulars
ticulars particulars you are referred to said peti
tion on file
Doted: May 26. 159.
sSara de la Pella,
Clerk
itysLols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
LIFE INSURANCE
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Gennral Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and information
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INTERNAL-45E pUBLiCACIONESNo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALD0.Cestral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACYHS Le Carrasqui Ha FARMACIA LOM LOMSARDONa.
SARDONa. LOMSARDONa. 26 -11" Street MORRISON-4th ot July Ave. J St- LEWIS SERVICEAve. Ely 11 No, IL FARMACIA ESTADO& UNIDW1-4401 Central Ate.
FARmAcm, Luxif4 Central Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Iec elo la Ostia Ave. No. 41 ?OM DOMTJuste Areoestena Ave. anti U St. FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN EtYR iissa Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURROParque Leevre 7 Street FARMA'CIA ,"SAS"Vie Porno 111 NOVEDADES ATMS-.
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1 Apartments
FOR RENT:One two bedroom
apartment. hot water installation
with heater, maid's room, large
Porch, elevator service, two both
rooms. Also one room studio
apartment with all utilities, suit suitable
able suitable for office or small familias.
Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Es Espafia.
pafia. Espafia. across The Pan'ama Hilton.
FOR RENT:--One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Automobile
Row, $70 00 monthly. Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hat
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
,11946. After hours 3-6737.
FOR RENTt----2 room apartment
$25.00 and S26 50, 11 Street;
room $15.00, 16 Street Rio A Abaits;
baits; Abaits; room $12.00, 12 Street San
Francisco; 3-room house Chili Chilibre
bre Chilibre $10.00. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:In El Oangrolo. 2
bedroom apartment; comfortable,
furnished. Not water, garage,
big yard. $140.00 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Cangreio. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
water, new furniture. $85.00.
Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment, all comodities, won wonderful
derful wonderful building. "Che les" apart apartme
me apartme nh. Ricardo Arias Street.
Campo Alegre. Tel. 34921.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
kitchen, hot water. garage. F.
Street No. 20, Cangraio. Tel. 3-
3716, Inf. Apt. No. 4.
FOR RENT:--T brie bedroom
apartment at Cangreio. Two
bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, largo kitchen, porch,
garage, hot water, large .living .livingdining
dining .livingdining room. "D'' Street and Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro, Raquel Building.
Tel. 2-2379, 3-6170.
FOR RENT:--In Cangreio, two
bedrooms apartment, two princi princiPal
Pal princiPal bathrooms. maid's room with
bath, dinnette, porch, garage,
hot water, large living-diningroom.
Other room for host or of office.
fice. office. "D" Street and Alberto Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, El Cangreio, Raquel Build Building.
ing. Building. Tel. 2-2379, 3-6170.
FOR RENT:Modem three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment In Canore lo. 2
bathrooms. meid's room with
bath, largo kitchen, front porch
and back, garage, hot water, large
living-diningroom and dinnotte.
V' Street and Via Argentina,
Aurora Building, Toll. 2-2379,
3-6170.
FOR RENTtBast located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent 'Excellent neighbor neighborhood.'43rd
hood.'43rd neighborhood.'43rd ttreet No. 13.
Disc Recordings,
Bridge, Orchids,
Drama On RIB List
Two of the USO-JWB's volun volunteers.
teers. volunteers. Len Gordon and Dave Ro Rosenblatt
senblatt Rosenblatt will be at the USG.TIVB
Armed Forces Service Cetner in
Balboa from 8 to 8 p.m. today
and every Tuesday thereafter, to
assist serviceinen in making re recordings
cordings recordings On discs which can be
mailed home.
Any servicemen who wishes to
make a tape recording may
bring any length standard scotch
magnetic tape, which can also'
be processed for him at the US0-1
UWB Center.
Duplicate bridge tonight beingq
at 7:30 p.m. All servicemen and
other interested persons are wel welcome.
come. welcome. There will also be meeting
toda3r of the Orchid Society at
7:30 p.m.
The USO-JW13 drama class
will meet tonight at the Theatre
Guild building at p.m.

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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tont. New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 30 Mo.
on new ears
MENU DEHILINOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
MULTIPLE POLES
KOSCIAN, Poland (UPI) A
mother of six children gave birth
to quadruplets last week and
all are doing well, hospital au authorities
thorities authorities said today.
Mrs. Joan Adame7ak, 33, wife
of an $80 a month laborer, was
out of bed and caring fot two of
'the four quads, all girls. The oth other
er other two remained in incubators.

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FOR SA.1.6-19-55 Fordor Cus Custom
tom Custom V-8 Ford, duty paid, 25.000
miles, sclient condition,
$1075. Call Panama 3-6722, be between
tween between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
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FOR SALE:-1948 Oldsmobile,
automatic transmission, dute
paid. Good transportation, apply
house No. 0257-D, Ave. Ridge
Gamboa.
FOR SALE:'54 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, excellent condition,
one owner, 6 cylinder. heater,
radio, cash only. Must sell by 15
June. Call Navy 3731.
FOR SALE:-19511 Finder Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 6. standard shift,. 11.000
miles. Telephone 6-170 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1955 Cheat:61st
sedan, $950. E. I. Poker 22$-D
Coco Solo. Tel. 36-472.
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Excellent condition,' less than
36.000 miles. Original owner.
Qtrs. 111, Albrook. phone 86-
4144.
FOR SALE:-1951 MG Roadster
TDI Mark New top, side win windows,
dows, windows, nice condition. Phone Bar Barret,
ret, Barret, 3-0703, Panama.
FOR SALE:I952 Chevrolet 2
door sedan, powerglide. Excellent
condition. Original owner, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2488.
FOR SALF:-1956 perfect' (En (English
glish (English Ford), excellent condition.
Balboa 2-4434, 5091-B, Parson
St Diablo.
FOR SALE:-55 Chevrolet 2
dos'''. radio, hydromatic, 2 tone,
excellent condition. Call Balboa
1835.
FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine,
sport car in fine conditions. For
information call 3-1141 be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and
after 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Top Coupe, in excellent
condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tires. Selling price S1,650. Ca. 11
Mrt. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury se sedan
dan sedan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic. $375.
Call Balboa, 2871.
FOR SALE:One owner, 1955
Mercury Montclair, sport coupe,
two tone, white and green, auto,-
matie transmission, wsw tires,
radio, Jigater, in menet con condition,
dition, condition, -throughout $1350, gall
Balboa 4372 between 4:30,---
6:00.
FOR SALE:--1959 Thunderbird, ',
WW tires, low mileage. Car like
new. Color Wad. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:-1942 Studebaker
Vs ton pick-up truck. Will go to
best offer. Duty paid. Call Ft.
Kobbe 6159 until 4 p.m. Balboa
4417 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, standard 6, excellent
condition 61150.00 Phone 2-
2198.
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Motorcycles 1
FOR SALECushman scooter, 3
wheeler, 2 speeds forward, 1 re reverse,
verse, reverse, in running condition. $50.
Tel. Balboa 3464.
FOR SALE: One scooter
(Cushman) part of two others.
Call Balboa 2995.
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ARRIVING SOON
the
German
FORD TAUNUS,
Tudors, Fordors, Slation Wagons
al COSMOS, S. IL
Frangipani front National Stadium
Gui
DUMBER YARD FIRE
SYRACUSE, N. Y. (UP1)--Fire
broke out in a lumber yard
yesterday forcing 300 persons in
the neighborhood to evacuate
their homes, police reported.
The blaze, which started at mid midnight,
night, midnight, lasted for four hours be before
fore before it was brought under control
Firemen remained at he scene
more than 11 hours because of
smoldering debris.
Pollee said persons living with within
in within a two-block area were avacu avacuated
ated avacuated because of danger of spread spreading
ing spreading flames.
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
MONTE CARLO RIP1)Prince
Rainier celebrated his 36th' birth birthday
day birthday until well past daw yester yesterday
day yesterday by banging the drums in a
jazz band the way he did in his
bachelor daS,s. l'rincess Grace
Jooked on approvingly, Greek
shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis
helped out by slrumming a guitiar
at the private party for 14 in the
Monte Carlo casino cabare

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FOR SALE: Wood working
tools, bench, saw, compressor,
etc. 5I83-A Parson St. Diablo
Heights, phone 2-1355.
FOR SALE:Stereophonic roc rocords.
ords. rocords. Classical and popular. Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
Going vacation? Grand sale In.
dians pre-Colombian moil. Take
advantages. Arte Las Ansaricas.
National Ave.
No. 77344 2 DE LUXE
COLDSPOT AIR CONDITIONS,
7.5 Amps., 34 HP 115 Volts.
Completely automatic, Remov Removable
able Removable filter, extractor and de dehumidifier.
humidifier. dehumidifier. Guaranteed. Its.-
ular $219.95 NOW $178.00.
No. 56734 1 CODSPOT AIR
CONDITIONER, 34 HP 115
Volta, 7500 BTU. Completely
automatic, 2 speeds. Easy In Installation.
stallation. Installation. Guaranteed. Regular
$239.95 NOW $188.00.
No. 563340 I COLDSPOT
AIR CONDITIONER 34 HP
'115 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com Completely
pletely Completely autodmatic Removable
filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed.
Regular 5249.95 NOW $188.00
No. COLDSPOT RE REFRIGERATOR,
FRIGERATOR, REFRIGERATOR, 11 c.f., 70
Pound Freezer. Porcelain Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Aluminum shelves. Reg Reguglar
uglar Reguglar $319.95 NOW 3198.00.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A. Los
Angeles Transithmian High Highway.
way. Highway. Open from 8:45 a.m. to
12, and from 2:00 p.m. to 6:45
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FOR SALE: Brambach Baby
Grand Piano. Phone Navy 2498.
FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer
type washing machine, 1 ylar old
$95.00. 1957 Volkswagen se.
dan, excellent condition. Call 113-
5285.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire automatic
washer, good condition. $100.00.
Fort Clayton, 5293.
WANTEDtTwe utak, sales.
men, must be bilineual for out outside
side outside sale work. Ap Pht from 2 IN
in. to 4 p.m. to Modorna. S.A.
La Loceria, Pasadena, one -half 1
block to the loft to the National
Brewery's main eats.
WANTED: -- its lid!, house
ksepor and cook for small familYt
must speak English and sloop is.
References roquired. Good salary.
Call Panama 2-2835 during of-,
fie hours for appointment.
WANTED:Modern house to
rent. Must have Am bedrooms;
two baths. Do not want apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Call Panami 3-6722. be betwain
twain betwain 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Yonne man, North American
wishes to share apartment. Trav Travoils
oils Travoils 114 time. 3-1427, 7:30
3:30, 3-1971 aftv 4:30.
Vacation Bible
School Begins
Monday Al Diablo
Daily Vacation Bible School ses sessions
sions sessions will be held beginning June
8 at 9 a.m. at Community Chapel
in Diablo Heights. Classes will be
held daily Monday through Fri Friday
day Friday until June 19.
Beginning at 9 a.m. with an o opening
pening opening exercise, the morning's
activities will include Bible stu studies,
dies, studies, recreation, refreshments and
crafts. The course of study this
year is woven around the theme
of "Living for Christ in T hi s
Space Age," and all sessions will
feature many surprises for the
boys and girls attending. On the
opening day a gift will be given
to each child enrolling in the
school. All children from ages 3
through junior high bracket are
eligible for enrollment. Sessions
will end at 11:30 a.m.
Children desirous of attending
without means of transportation
are requested to contact the
Rev. Carl ThOMVS011 at 2-4271 or
2-3237, and arrangements will be
made for their attendance.

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Guerrero No. 1422I 431.
Hoine Attic lei
FOR SALIp...torting. Frigidaire
autematic,washu portoct condi condition,
tion, condition, 4 pc. blontl bedroom sot
with double bat. solid birch crib
and matching wardrobe. can canRioter
Rioter canRioter type vacuums with attach attachments;
ments; attachments; Portable restor-oven;
new Wastinshouse steam iron,
lamos, otc. Panama I-6811.
FOR SALLBargain prices. ma mahogany
hogany mahogany hand carved dining room
sot with glass. Peru Ave No. 37-
20 upstairs. Tol. 3-0249.
FOR SAM---Rattan livingreem,
day, June 2 a.m. to 5 itnc
6 piece set, for salt See Toes Toes0304
0304 Toes0304 Cable Heights. Anton. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.,
FOR SALE:.Maytag automatic
washer, 1953 model. .Perfect
mechanical condition. 5100.00.
Qtrs. 111, Albrook, phons 36-
4144.
FOR SALLVery cheap, Chi Chinese
nese Chinese chest and table with silver
corners, Peruvian table, bar, sofa,
wardrobe, chest of drawers. stove.
44th St. No, 37, Apt. E. Tel.
3-3489.
DINING ROOM sat, rafrigar rafrigarator,
ator, rafrigarator, Rattan furniture, horn ar articles,
ticles, articles, 561 Corozal, Balboa
1617.
FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957,
automatic dryer $175.00. Qtrs.
299-A Albrook AFL Phan 86-
3102 can Ise aeon anytinur akar
11:00 a.m.
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE:--15 ft. fiberglass
Thunderbird boat, 1959 Mercury
47 h.p. motor, (electric, gen generator),
erator), generator), Champion Wailer. ace's ace'sseries,
series, ace'sseries, phone Curundu 3244.
FOR SALEt-,--12 ft. boat with
trailer and all accessories S125.
10-h.p. Johnson outboard S125.
both lino condition. Thomas.
phone Kobbe 4196.
Paralyzed Girl
Gib Straight 'A'
High,School Marks
S&A'rT1,74 (UPI) 'riv 'riving
ing 'riving tortupt -Diane Ewinic..1
She holds a U4 in het moia
and punches the keys.
When imhe writas, ahe holda a
pencil In her teeth and bobs her
head up and down across the
Mei
At 10, the surgical remoral of
a growth on her spine 'need the
collapse of her 'muscles and grad gradual
ual gradual paralysis. NOW .she eau move
only her head..
And today she was the ItaPpiest
girl ist the world.
Tile 18-year-old girt eelebrated
her graduation from Seattle's
Sealth High School with straight
A marks.
Members of her class were So
hold a diploma party in her home
after school today.
"It's going to be a wonderful
party," she said. "There will be
my friends from school, some of
my teachers and a man from the
school board who will giva me my
diploma."
Police planned to block off the
street in front of the Ewing home
and more than 100 persons were
expected to attencl the party.
"Diane doesn't eonsider herself
an invalid." said Mrs. Ewing.
"She always thinks of others and
wants to be sure they get to do
the things they want. The only
complaint she makes is thiat there
aren't enough hours in a day."
Diane's "school" was a special
bed about the size and shape of a
kitchen table. Here she taught
herself to write and type.
"At first mother did my writing
for me," she said. "But how ean
you tell someone to write al algebra?
gebra? algebra? And when we got to Wm Wmetry
etry Wmetry it wag even worse."
She also plays checkers and
cribbage with her two younger
brothers who make the moves as
she calls them.
"They beat me at checkers,
darn it," she maid.
KINGDOM DIRECT
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June
14
211
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Urbardzatioir 'acme the Renee
dacetrack. 'tete with street
fronts. swage. water main and
electricity. CaN W. Mclarreett.
4,0976.
FOR SALE: 11,000 motors,
50c. moor at RI Valle. Phone
Panama 44043, 'from 11 to 10
a.m.
FOR SALE: 11-room hou.aa,
Paso Ana. Velem", S800.00.
Call 3-51174, PO1141111.
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. Transiteri
specialist. Ws service oil makes
and models. Ws don't pretend to
guarantee our work. Ws guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 111-20. Tel. 2-1905.
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Once Inch Widow
Lady Curzon Leaves
stale Of $19,800
LONDON, June 2 (UPI) The
late Marehloiess Curzon of Kedleston-
widow of one of the South
America's richest men, left an
estate of $19,800 when she died
nearly a vein. ago, an estate pro probate
bate probate reveatee today.
Lady Curzon, born in the Unit United
ed United States, was the widow of Al Alfred
fred Alfred Duggait from who she got
most of her personal wealth. She
married the Marquess Curzon in
1917.
After her marriage Lady Cur Curzon
zon Curzon became One of the best bestknown
known bestknown hostossev in London, giv giving'
ing' giving' a flood 0( parties at No. 1
Carlton House Terrace, on (he
mall which leads to Buckingheam
Palace.
Net tax on her estate was $400,
paid after her death last year at
the age of 80. This was "about
as Much as she would bave paid
-for .champagne at- any one of
her 1920 parties," the L o n do n
Times noted.
Hee husband died in 1925, leav leaving
ing leaving her the equivalent of over a
million dollars.

H

istory Of Ft. San Lorenio
resented Ir) Color Review

CoPles of original documents in
the "Archovo General de Indies," 1
in Seville, Spain, were used last
night at the National Museum i
during's "Pictorial Review of the
History of Ft. San Lorenzo."
The ,program of color, cinema cinematograpluc
tograpluc cinematograpluc and transparency pro-
jection was presented a a meet meeting
ing meeting of the National Musium So Society
ciety Society by William Morgan Kogan,
chairman of the group's audio audiovisual
visual audiovisual aids committee.
The fantastic history of Ft.
San Lorenzo was traced in the
color photographic presentation.
One purpose of the pictorial re review
view review was to stimulate pride in
Panama's historical sites and
structures and to interest the
public of both Panama and the
Canal Zone in the understand understanding
ing understanding and preservation of this
Isthmian heritage.
The illustrations from Seville
were obtained by Miss Dolores Ko Koaan,
aan, Koaan, corresponding secretary of.
the society. who recently return returned
ed returned to Spain to secure more ma maIterial
Iterial maIterial of a similar nature on
other-important 'historical sites in
Panama.
- Kosan told first -how, soon af after
ter after the discovery of America, im imIportaint
Iportaint imIportaint trade routes were estab established
lished established between the New World
and Spain.
In order to protect these trade
routes from the piratical at attacks
tacks attacks of their enemies, the Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards were forced to build strong
fortifications in which to store
their treasures awaiting ship shipment
ment shipment to Spain.
One of. the most Important of
these many fortifications was
"El Castillo de San Lorenzo el
Real de Chagres" known today as
"Fort San Lorenzo." lt,is situat situated
ed situated on the Atlantic Coast, at the
mo'uth of the Chagres, River,
within 'the Canal Zone.
"As we see it today and be-'
come aware of its historical sig significance,
nificance, significance, knowing two major
battles have been fought here in
the past, we wonder if it will win
its last and greatest battle which
is survival, "Konen said.
It is a stionumemt to people
'who with courage and perseve perseverance
rance perseverance helped make it possible for
ue to live here today.
"We ,cannot review the history
of Fort San Lorenzo without
also refering to the early Spanish
aettlemtints of "Nombre de Dios,"
"Porto Bello," "Las Cruces," "Pa "Panama.'
nama.' "Panama.' and the conouest of Peru
by Pilarro and his followers.
"The treasures from these con conquests
quests conquests were brought up the west
coast of South America to thn
City of Panama. then transfered
over the Royal Road, or "Camino
Real" also known as the "Gold
, Road;" to the Atlantis shipping

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HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- Screen
star Joan Crawford denied today
persistent rumors that she is
broke and le accepting any avail available
able available movie roles to keep the wolf
from the door.
Since the death of ber hus husband,
band, husband, Pepsi-Cola executive Alfred
Steele, on April 19, the' one-time
glamour girl's finances have been
the subject 'of speculation.
To set the record straight, Miss
Crasvford said:
"Due to the fact that Mr.
Steele's estate must go through
probate, which will take about
three years, I can understand
that my financial status may be
subiect to some misinterpretation.
"By the terms of Mr. Steel's
contract with the Pepsi Cola
Corp. I will receive a salary
of $60,000 annually for the next
five years.
"Sinee my election to the board
of directors of that company I
will receive additional compensa compensation
tion compensation in an amount yet to be de determined.
termined. determined. "I have two residences an
apartment in New York City and
a home Brentwood. Since my
business interests will be mainly
in New York I am planning to
sell my Brentwood house. As for
pictures, I intend to return to
Hollywood when I am offered the
kind of role I feel is best suttee
to my talents."
Miss Crawford arrived here
last week to play a supporting
role in "The Best of Everything"
at 20th Century Fox. She plans
to remain here three weeks be before
fore before returning to Manhattan.
"I only have four scenes in the
nicture," she said. "But they are
good ecenes and important to the
story."
JAZZED.UP SERVICE
BIRMINGHAM, England (UPI)
More than 50 teen agers
crowded into All Saints Anglican
Church 1st night for an "eight
o'clock special" service that fea featured
tured featured recorded songs by Frank Frankle
le Frankle laine and a 15-nritmite ser sermon
mon sermon by' the vicar. -
The ntmgatete sbnott, tht
crowded '-aisles to hear "simple,
slick and to the point" rewritten
versions of theXraditional Church
of England confessiont pned and
evening service liturgy.
port et Nombre de Dios, were
convoys of Spanish galleons pe periodically
riodically periodically carried the shipments
to Sapin.
"Due to the frequent depreda depredations
tions depredations of pirates, especially by
Sir Francis Drake, the shipping
port and charter was transfered
to Porto Bello which had -a ler lerbor
bor lerbor that could be fortified and
defended easier, and an Iter Iternate
nate Iternate route to 'Flaming& City waig
developed along the Las Cruces
'rraii and the Chages River.
"In 1959, Drake returned and
made another attempt to eross
the Isthmus and capture the Ci City
ty City of Panama by the use of this
alternate route.
"He got as far as Las Cruces,
which today is near modern
Gamboa. There he was wounded
and his men, discouraged and
plagued by sickness, were forc forced
ed forced to retreat. He was buried at
sea in the vicinity of Porto Be Bello.
llo. Bello. "Prior to this time, San Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo existed MY al a SPaolob out outpost.
post. outpost. Because of Drake's latest
threat to the important city of,
Panama, King Phillip II of
Spain gave orders to immediate immediately
ly immediately start construction of' a, series
of forts along this route, the
most Important and strongest to
be Fort San Lorenzo, which was
considered completed in 1601, at
the mouth of the Chagres river."
Much later San Lorenzo fell to
bucanners sent out by pirate
Sir Hcmry Morgan, who later
1 c)ok personal command as his
'forces moved up the Chagres Ri Riker
ker Riker and crossed Isthmus to sack
NEEDED

5,000 meters of conductor cable Ni). 12, SOO vOlts
thermoplastic installation.
400 meters' of 2 conductor No. 11, 100 volts ivith
moplactic installation.
1,400 meters of armOred eable ior underground Instal Installation
lation Installation No. 12 2 conductor 600 volt&
100 meters ofatmOred cable, tor undecground
tion No. 8, 2 conductor 600 volts.
One ,aviation beacoil, complete similar te Orouse-Hinds
type DCB-38 rotating beacon.
One 75 foot beacon tower tor mOunting DC81-26 rotat rotating
ing rotating beacon.
70 each cone'type airport marker lights, for multiple
connection, similar to Crouse-Hinds type APB.
PLEASE SEND QUOTATIONS
to Box Nog, 6774, Panama

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The New York State Athletic dint dintmission
mission dintmission ruled today that Sulfa'
Ray Robinson complied with or- 4.
ders to sigh for a titio fight a against
gainst against Carmen Bumf) sad thus be
should not be stripped of hie
world middleweight champion championship.
ship. championship. Robinson had been under orders
from the commission and the
courts to sign for a title defettas
with ex-champion Basilic) by may
15. I
Melvin Z. Ksulewiecb, chairmen
proof that he had signed for the
bout May 18.
"To vacate the title of a world's
champion because he had net
signed prior to the 15th day ef
May would be inequitable," Kra Kralewitch
lewitch Kralewitch announced.
"The commission therefor
concludes that. .Robinson ,on ,ontered
tered ,ontered into articles of. :agreement
for tile defense of his champion championship
ship championship title with Itaailio. We urgo
that the parties involved imme immediately
diately immediately go forward in good faith le
finalin their negotiatmns so that
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' MARACA-IA, June 2 (UPI)President Luis Somoza's government said today about 100 airborne invaders,- Who
landed in central Nicaragua this week, are fleeing for the hills, closely pursued by loyal troops.
' In Wast.ington, informed soUrces said Nicaraguan ambassador Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa will complain format formatly
ly formatly to the Organization of American States about the "foreign-based" invasion later this week.
They said Sevilla will denounce the invaders' foreign friends are "disturbers of the,peace in the Caribbean
area," but will not ask the OAS to intervene directly ass it did recently in Panama.
A communique said the invaders, arriving by air from Costa Rica, came in two groups-50 men who landed
Sunday near Los Molejones in Ghontales province, and 50 to 60 who landed yesterday on the plafne of Olarni in
Matagaipa province.

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que communique said, the invasion force
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planes which attacked within
minutes of the landing, and
harried by loyal ground patrols
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loaded with ammunition.
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mander commander of the rebel air force,
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gers passengers Pedro J. Chamorro, a re refugee
fugee refugee newsman who was second
in command of the rebel forces.
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retarv secretarv Vicente Urcullu said that
Managua was quiet under the
martial law proclaimed by So Somcza
mcza Somcza Saturday.
The communique said "peace
reigns" throughout Nicaragua
except in the two invasion cen centers.
ters. centers. Rebel leader Enrique Laca Lacayo
yo Lacayo Farfan said in a message
cabled from San Jose last
night that he has recruited
more than 420 men to sup support
port support his revolt against the
"dynastic Somoza dictatorship."

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Russell Says Benson Knifing
Farm Price Supports in Back

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Richard B. Russell said yester yesterday
day yesterday that Agriculture Secretary
Ezra T. Benson apparently is de determined
termined determined to -prove that farm price
supports won't workeven if it
costs 20 billion -dollars to do it.
The Georgia Democrat, chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate agriculture
Appropriations Subcommit t e e,
levelled the charge as the Senate
opened debate on a $399759000,000
money bill to run the Agriculture
Department and related agencies
in the 12 months starting July 1.
Despite the preliminary skirm skirmishing,
ishing, skirmishing, the real test was expected
today when the senators will
vote on a proposal to clamp a
$509000 ceiling on total price sup support
port support payments to any one farm
or farmer hi any one year.
The House previousl approved
the $50i000 ceiling in passmg the
money bill.
The fight against the provision
will be led by Sen. John C. Sten Stennis
nis Stennis (D-Miss.) who failed on a 6-8
tie vote in an effort to soften the
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morrow tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the Margari Margarita
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town training program. Mrs.
Charlote Kennedy, American
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Alberta L. George, Verna Linke Linkemann,
mann, Linkemann, Anita McClelland, Minnie
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Lacey said he and his sup supporters
porters supporters organized a' "wholly na national
tional national movement, divided into
several fronts. after exhaust exhausting
ing exhausting all peaceful means and hav having
ing having no alternative but the pain painful
ful painful one of resorting to armed
action."
The Costa Rican govern government
ment government last night seized Na National
tional National Airlines, the Costa Ri Rican
can Rican corporation whose planes
carried the first invaders to
Nicaragua. It was not imme immediately
diately immediately certain whether the
invaders could find another
means of air transport.
Rivas, the invader air cam
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the Russell subcommittee.
The provision was a personal
triumph for Sen. John J. Williams
(R-Del.). Although not a member
of the appropriations group, he
has been protesting price support
payments ranging as high as a
million dollars to big corporate
type farms.
Williams recently persuaded the
Senate to adopt a $35,000 ceiling
on the total of such loans for any
one farm. This was tacked. on as
a rider to itop-gtip wheat bill
now pending in the House.
Russell launched his attack on
Benson with a charge that the
farm price support is "all out of
hand.'
He added that he was inclined
te believe that the agriculture sec secretary's
retary's secretary's 'principal aim in life"
was "to prove that a price sup support
port support program won't workeven if
it takes 20 billion dollars to prove
it."
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (1)-
Minn.), chiding Benson for reduc reducing
ing reducing price supports and at the
same time eliminating production
curbs on corn and other feed
grains, chimed in to say the farm
economy is "suffering from Ben Benson's
son's Benson's gout.'
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-111.)
said Benson proposed to "buy
everything the farmer, grows' in
the way of corn and feed grains
and then "present us with the
bill." He urged the Senate to
compel Benson to control output
of any crop under price supports.
Humphrey said that Benson. un unless
less unless there is an "act of God' in
the shape of bad weather, has
"foisted on the American people
another potato fiasco." This was
a reference to the potato glut of
a few years back in which sur surplus
plus surplus spuds were dyed purple to
prevent re-use.
The Minnesota senator also
complained that he paid 75 cents
for a dozen eggs in a delicatessen
Sunday while farmers in his home
state were getting 15 to 17 cents
a dozen. He said egg money often
is the farm wife's hoard which
"the old man doesn't know
about."
"Ezra, you've got yourself a
bucket of trouble,' he said. "the
women are getting organized."
Low Bid Offered
On Post Office
rneo Sdo
Wright Brothers, of Colon,
made an apparent low offer of
$4,102 yesterday on the project
which will provide post office
facilities at Coco Solo.
The Dillon Construction Co., the
only other company to make an
offer on the work. entered a bid
of S4,90t Bids were opened yeS yeSterday
terday yeSterday afternoon at Balboa
Heights.
The work will consist of maks'
ing architectural modifications in
the main part of the building at
roco Solo which was used former formerly
ly formerly by the Navy as an adminis administration
tration administration building. This will include
the installation of post office box boxes
es boxes and other facilities.
PLANE MISSING
TAIPEI (UPI) The Nationalist
'Chinese air force announced today
that one of its planes has been
missing since it took off on a reg regular
ular regular patrol mission off the Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese coast.
The announcement came after
Communist China reported that a
Nationalist plane was shot down
near Yengning, Kwantuff "rovince.
in South China Thp P tootz re
nort said all 12 crew members a a,
, a, hoard the American-mads plane
were killed.

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TAIPEI (UPI) The Nationalist v
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missing since it took off on a reg-
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Communist China reported that a ; AI,SO n ' 0'
Nationalist plane was shot down and JULIE LONDON as Tobin in "VOICE IN THE See ANDY GRIFFITH :that wonderful guy' from
near Yengoing, Kwantuff flrovince, MIRROR" in CinemaScope. Opening on THURS- 'No Time' For Sergeants' in HONIONHEAD."
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of the two pilots who hijacked
a Nicaraguan cargo plane in
Miami in April, 1958; and flew
it to Honduras, where it was
seized by the government.
Kobbe Bible School
To Slut Monday
Al Chapel Annex
The Protestant Chapel at Tort
Kobbe will 'sponsor the. 1959 Daily
Vacation Bible School on the post
from Monday to June 19. Classes
will be in session from g to 11 a.m.
Registration for those who have
not already signed will be com completed
pleted completed Friday at the Chapel An Annex.
nex. Annex. Late registrants will be ac accepted
cepted accepted but should be.,secompan.
tied by a parent.-
Theme of the school this year
will be "Jesus".
There will be." departments for
all age groups. In charge of the
kindergarten be Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret GoodwIn. 'rhe primary de department
partment department will be led by Mrs.
Madge Edgar and Mrs. Doris
Chapter will supervise the Junior
department: Chaplain William D.
Froeschner will meet with the jun junior
ior junior bes. Mrs. Margaret Ilancock
will maintain a nursery for the
tiny children of the teacher's and
Mrs. Estelle Saski will be the gen
eral secretary.
Bus service wilt be provided on
the post of Fort kohl to include
Big Tree and Farfan, and ehildren
from all neighboring communities
are welcome to attend.
There will be no registration fee
but a free-will offering will be re received
ceived received at the closing night pro program
gram program on June 19. A daily mission.
ary offering will be voluntarily re received
ceived received from the students to help
local projects in Panama.
Space Monkey 'Able'
Dies During Removal
Of Test Electrode
WASHINGTON, Iunt (UPI)
One of the monkeys who was fir fired
ed fired 300 miles aloft last week in a
Jupiter rocket has died. the De Defense
fense Defense Department announced to today.
day. today. -
The seven pound Rhesus mon monkey,
key, monkey, Able, died while. undergoing
an operation for removal of an
electrode last night at the U.S.
Army Medkal Research Labora Laboratory
tory Laboratory at Ft. Knox, Ky., the Army
said.
Authorities said the monkey's
death was not related to the space
flight.
Able along with a squirrel mon monkey
key monkey named Baker, Wag fired 1500
miles in a 300-mile high space
flight from the Cape Canaveral,
Fla., tracking range last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Both monkeys appeatilid to
have withstood the flight in good
condition.
The electrode which was to have
been removed from Able had been
implanted just under the skin m
order to derive biomedical infor information
mation information during the course of the
historic flight.
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every shocking inch of the way! RICHARD EGAN
and JULIE LONDON as Tobin in "VOICE IN THE
MIRROR" in Cinema Scope. Opening on THURS THURSDAY
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House Agriculture Committee re reported
ported reported yesterday that retailers
and other ,"middlemen" rang up
all of a 20 percent increase in con consumer
sumer consumer fookprices over the past
10 years.'
It said a study allowed farmers
,not only did not share in the
higher costs to consumers but ac actually
tually actually suffered so 8 per cent drop
in, their return daring the 10-
year period:
'rhe committee said this skid in
farm income helped offset a 44
per eent climb m Middlemen's
Gel Lee Yew May
Form Singapore's
Hew Government
SINGAPORE COM Secre-1
tary General Lee Kuan Yew of'
the leftwing -Peoples Action Party
was invited today W, fonn Sing Singapore's
apore's Singapore's first autonomous govern government,
ment, government, Lee told I news conference
that the )nvitation came this
morning in a meeting with. Gov.
Sir William 'Goode.
1443 Said he demanded Goode Or Order
der Order the release of nine PAP
leaders Sailed for political -reasons
before he would 'agree to
take over the governnient.
Goode told Lee he would'need
sime time to think over this de demand
mand demand and "certain preliminar preliminaries"
ies" preliminaries" which Lee also demanded
before agreeing to become Singa Singapore's
pore's Singapore's first prime minister.
Lee, whose party won a re resounding
sounding resounding victory in Saturday's
election, said he did not think
anything would perevent his ac accepting
cepting accepting Goode's invitation to head
the government.
Singapore gained the right to
autonomy last August, when
ain agreed to change the colony
into a self-governing state within
the- conimonwealth.
Space Agency Hopes
To Launch Radio
Sale11116 hi Orbit
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
federal space agency hopes o
launch a communitations satellite
in December that would prOvide
a new radio link between the
East and West toasts, officials
said yesterday.
The sphere mold be the first
of a series of satellites designed
to serve as perm a n en t relay
points in space for carrying ra radio
dio radio messages, telephone calls and
television pmgrams around the
world.
A spokesman for the National
Aercmauties and Space Adminis Adminis"ration
"ration Adminis"ration (NASA) said the first such
satellite- would be an inflated
sphere 100 feet in diameter which
could be used to bounce radio
messages between the U.S. sea seacoasts.
coasts. seacoasts. This 'Idnd of relay sy.stem is
known at' passive. The Defense
Department is working on active
relay sateMtes which would re receive
ceive receive messages and re-transmit
them, eller immediately or lat later
er later on si nal from the ground.
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market and priesla lug
charges.
Housewives had only 'themselves
to blame for part of the rise in
food prices. The, study showed a
greater demand for pre-prepared,
frozen and specially packaged
foods accounted for much of the
increase in processing and mar marketing
keting marketing charges.
In addition, the' middlemen ran
into higher costs which they also,
passed along to' consumers.
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (1)-
MC.) said the committee study
"illustrates graphically the deter deterioration
ioration deterioration of farm intome during
recent years while other areas of
the nation's economy have exper experienced
ienced experienced unpreeedented parchasmg
power and general prosperity."
He said "it is, incumbent upon
our government to develop public
policies which will enable farmers
to participate equitably, alo g
with industry, business and labor,
in the rewards of the American
free enterprise system."
The study said processors and
marketing firms "have been suc successful
cessful successful in adding greatly in increased
creased increased charges to the farmers'
products before hey reach the
consumers."
It said food was 20 per cent
more expensive than 10 years
ago "and all the increase in re retail
tail retail pricesand more goes to
the middlemen, none actrues to
farmers." -
Cooley added that "food contin continues
ues continues to be chaper in relation to
the wages received by consumers
than in any prior period of our
history or m any other country
in the world" despite he in increase.
crease. increase. The study said the average city
family spent $1,310 for food last
year. Of this, $829 went for mar marketing
keting marketing Sad processing charges and
$411 represented the farm value
of U.S. food.
, Between 1947 and 1949 the typi typical
cal typical city family spent an average
of $1,050 annually for ood, in ineluding
eluding ineluding $578 for processing and
marketing costs And $419 for the
U.S. commodities themselves. The
rest of the money in both periods
went for imported food.
Air Force Academy
Graduating First
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
AI. RFORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
(UPI) Only one member of the
first class of 207 Air Force
Academy cadets graduating
tomorrow is an experienced
pilot.
Cadet Richard B. Goetze Jr. of
Cos Cob, Conn. holds a civilian
pilot's oicense. Five others have
piloted planes but the remaining
201 have yet to learn to fly.
There are no space pilots or
missilemen in the graduating
class but all have completed four
yeere study.
Academy officials admit glumly
the average taxpayer thinks
"we're training a bunch of super
pilots or rocket men down here.'
That is not the purpose of the na nation's
tion's nation's newest. service school, they
emphasize.
Congress authorized construc construction
tion construction of the- academy in the Rocky
Mountain foothills north of Color Colorado
ado Colorado Springs in 1954 after spirit spirited
ed spirited battle over its location. The
first class of hand-picked cadets
entered interim academy head headquarters
quarters headquarters in nearby Denver July
11, 1955.
The Academy mission: To edu educate,
cate, educate, train and motivate young
men for lifetime careers, as Air
Force officers to prepare some
of the nation's finest for responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities as future air commanders
The graduates will have the
aeronautical rating of navigator
on commencement. They receive
a bachelor of science degree. Of
the 207, 187 will enter pilot train training
ing training immediately on graduation.
The remainder will enter techni technical
cal technical training in missile or related
fields.
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Secretary of State Christian
Herter flatly rejected this, pro-e
posal at yesterday's secret meet meeting.
ing. meeting. High U.S. officials said
Herter plan& to sit tight inde indefinitely
finitely indefinitely until the RUSSIS115 ei either
ther either guarantee western rights
in Berlin or break up the pre present
sent present conference.
Me decision was made in the
face of Gromyko's proposal
made at another secret meet meeting
ing meeting last Saturday in which he
said the western powers must
"sooner or later" get their
troops out of Berlin.
Diplomatic Pope
Avoids Argument
On Royal NO Ing
BRUSSELS', Belgium, June 2
(1,1P1)--Pope John XXIII diplo diplomatically
matically diplomatically stepped aside today
to head off a Belgian battle
royal over the marriage of King
Baudouin's younger brother.
Premier Gaston Eyskens stun stunned
ned stunned Belgians with the surprise
announcement that, at the
Pope's request, Prince Albert
will be married in Brussels and
not in the Vatican.
The scheduled Vatican wed wedding
ding wedding had set off a major at attack
tack attack sgainst ex-King Leopold
and his wSfe Princess "Anent,
who were .tiamed for twanging
the Vatican wedding to dodge
Belgiunts required tere-'
many.
The announcement, cd, the
Pope's decision carne-ln spe special
cial special national radio broadcast
only rninutes before a schedul scheduled
ed scheduled debate tn'parliament -art the
Vatican wedding, Obseriters had
feared the fUror ever 'AlWert's
wedding might seriously under undermine
mine undermine Baudouin's Position.
I Weather Or Not I
This weather report for the 24
hours ending a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa
TEMPERATURE:
High 88
Low 15
HUMIDITY:
High 93
Low 63
WIND:
(max. mph) 1443
RAIN (inches)- 0
Cristobal
83
77
s 92
32
N-14
.154
84
WATER TEMPt
Onner harbors) 83
MMMO Nikft
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun 1,ake 83.36
Madden Dam 214.83
BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
High
Time Ht.
1:46 am. 13.2 ft.
1:56 p.m. 14.2 ft.
Low
Time Ht.
7:44 aim 3.5 ft.
8:17 p.m. 2.5 ft.

GENEVA: June 2 (UPI)The Vied warned' Russia's India
Gromyko today to drop charges of "subversion" in West Beni
or face a grim playback of tape recordings spoilt's, East Gera,'
man Communist latrigues.,
, -Authoritative- sourcea7reported new recordings of
matory broadest; by--; a disguised East German- "undergoriimit
station" had just reached Geneva and might be brought to :the
Big Four foreign ministers', conference table refute Gromykpl
charges against the West. -
The Soviet' Foreign Mhtister demanded Saturday that th4
SIAS (Radio in the American Sector) transmitter in Vtst era
41in be, silenced as one of the prices for any interim BeFda
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ministers wont into this afterm
noon's plenary session- mady 1,6
cowater-attkck Gromyko's 11,1
legations against free worlesc
tivitles in Berlin. They War,
,ready with their own evidence.
of communist -Intrigues. staged
from East Berlin and Eut Ger
many.
, West German delegate
helm Grewe was expected
take, the, western Iead in eDn
demning Gromyko's -chargui
"subversion."
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Western monitors 'provittre'
powerful ammunition -in,tbei
form ofrecordings taken Intnii,
"German Freedom Transmit, -1'
ter 904,'' which claims 404
broadcast Its venomous anti-1
western diatribes from a West
German "underground" legal
non. 40, i
In actual fact, westent ;fif
eials said, the powerful probity
ganda transmitter le locate('
Just across the Iron Curtaint;in
East Germany 4 probablY fthrst I
the city of Magdeburg. 4, 0
The western delegations "lig
were equipped with, a danming
dossier of kidnapings,, plots atig
incidents fomented bY the eteto
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munista from East Berlin,' -
One of the most recent 1)
there incidents took place Is4
August In Steinstuecken, ,"
western Berlin enclave which ob
lies Just within the split etty'S
ht 0,
east sector.
There are no western troOS 4
id the tiny "island." 40,
East German : police invitee)!
Steinstuecken last stunmer,and
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kidnaped li, refuge..
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filitk Bear s
Buddy Paco 0-
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blaWckASbeEfillarG'roItied(Unthe)."rtatIttonntt'do
capital today, eluding a big PIO
htmt by police and zoo officials.
A police,officer who has bee
in on the, week-long search laid
the elusive brign has been chased
so often "he is scared to des.
We'll never eatch him novel'.
The bear stands about OW OWhigh
high OWhigh to a Man. He was estimated
to weigh between 200 and '.200
'pounds. The ainimal was spotted
first last week at Andrews Air
Force Base in nearby Maryland.
No one knows' where 'he cassis, A
tem.
The National Zoological Park of offered
fered offered to give the bear a hilt,
Zoo Director T. Reed and -several
assistasgs Iga,ye taken part in'
the,search armed with guns which
shoot drug-dipped, darts desigried
to put tha animal to sleep.
' Some police officials exorefied
fear that the. darts, or the ,110
rifles which some hunters, have
carried, might-womid the ltefft
and turn him into a killer. .,i4t 4
More than 100 persons, inchtd.
ing many poliamen, have seen
the bear. Some have been as close
as 20 feet. But the animal aiwaVII
has escaped with uncanny aptel
and deceptiveness. Re has been
sighted msinl in the southwbil
section of the city where there
are a number of wooded areall4,10
which he can hide.
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