The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02935

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of the most imusual earried out
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ten fruit bout Oersted by the
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out of Colon on May 29 when
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wired to the shins'Itgent at
Cristobal, C.' B. Fenton Co..
while the boat proceeded to Co Colon
lon Colon under reduced rpm to min
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shaft and entihe partal
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through the States located a re-placement
propeller at New Cr Crlearis,,but
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cargo alreraft to transport it to
the Canal Zone The propellor
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standard freight plane,
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WASHINGTON, Jurp 2 (UPI)-.President Eisenhower
said today,that the Geneva foreign ministers meeting hid
not yet, opinion, Made sufficient progress to warrant
,
holding a summit conference.
The chief executivi, in his first news conference in
three weeks, told over 200 reporters that he was willing
to define satisfactory progress rather liberally,. But even
so, he said, the meeting going on now had not yet produc'
ed sufficient vidence 'to justify planning for a top Wet
meeting later in the summer.
The President said he would not attend a conference
under any threat byl Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to
take action In Berlin.

He said western rights:, and
privilgees in;:Berlin must. not
be Smpeded Ind there should
be some agreeMent on-ultimate
unification oty East and Nest
Germany befOre be attends a
meeting with, the other' :Big
Four heads, of .governmente4,
But he said he has not:seen
any detectiblai-progress at;;the
current foreign ministers meet meeting
ing meeting that would:justify the 'hope
for a Summit meeting.
.Bisenhower said, he was ready
to define "satisfactory progress"
rather liberally and realized it
was- Unrealistid, to expect the
fereign ministers to make hard
'''''Anippeal- from conviction for
a moving 'vehicle violation has
been dismissed in u.a. District
Court4after it was learned the
defendant las been. dead more
than tWo weeks;
-Wilfred Ambler,. 40-yearOld
Panamanian,' :Cis. found
guiltr'APril 14 in Balboa Magist
trate's Court after he' had been
charged With following too
closely, behind another car on
Gaillard Highway,
.fl'he 'close following had been
party'-responsible for' a three threetar
tar threetar collision earlier- in April
and Ambler's car had been con considearbly
sidearbly considearbly damaged. His fine for
the traffic offense was 310.
On the same day Ambler filed
notice bf appeal, and trial was
set for the subsequent term day
at, Amon District Court, yes yesterday.,
terday., yesterday.,
,However, the court WaS ad advlsed
vlsed advlsed that Ambler had been in involved
volved involved in a serious auto colli collision
sion collision April 30 on the Tocumen
Highway, and died of his in injuries
juries injuries on May 13 in Panama.
Court'officials were Searching
today for the proper person to
Whom to return Arnbler's $25
bond posted for the appeal.

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decisions on the G-erman prob problems.
lems. problems. But, he said that at the very
least the West should expect
that the meeting could narrow
the gaps between East and
West and define the areas
worthwhile to negotiate at a
Summit meeting.
Asked if he ,sensed. a cool cooling
ing cooling et Khrushchev's desire
for.a Summit conference, Els-
enhower said he did not know
if the Soviets wanted such ,a
meeting more eg less then,
before.
Yesterday Secretary of State'
ChristiatrA. 'Herter publicly le
buked 'the foreign minister of
Commimist East Germany to
his face at a 'formal session of
the conference.
ReTtett, MalPIJOineda, bi',.)11764
Germantq AdvisokmAinbassa dor
lardweit, whoN'veccused
the East. Germans, 0.4; '"niutt '"niuttslinging."
slinging." '"niuttslinging." The 'West threatened
introduce4ape trecordifts-, Of
East, GermanoLintrigues .unless
the dentulciatiOns itopped: A
0-Russia ,, was told 4,,,by ,.Britfah
Foreign Secretary Seiwyn,Lloyd
of the bed-rocie Western 'Stand
'on ,,Berlin; Re, aid ,:, the ,'West
Would go to, a Sim:unit meeting
."some definite progress" is
made at Geneva.
.rEast German Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Lothar Bolz; an advisor. of offered
fered offered and East GerMall guar guarantee
antee guarantee of "inviolability" to a
"free city" of West Berlin if
Allied troops pulled out.
His legalistic argume n t s
drew a told rebuff from
Herter and Heir turned flame flamered
red flamered with anger or embarrass embarrassment.
ment. embarrassment.
Soviet. Foreign Minister 'An 'Andrei
drei 'Andrei A. Gromyko, fated with
stiff Western oppositinn, said
he did notlittend to, .otalk" the
West irito recognition of East
Germany as a sovereign state.
He also admitted that pres presense
ense presense of U.S., British n d
French troops in Berlin has not
been "illegal." But he said ton tonditions
ditions tonditions now .have "changed" in
Berlin. .11e suggested Western
troops might be ',replaced by
neutral forces.
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SCIENTIFIC STEATEGYi tiarn 1,15 botanists Is PIctured
',studying a map of the Darien area: where they will spend the
ne4t two months collecting 'plant specimens for later research
uselothe States. The group, with three tons of equipment, left
this morning abosArti the Navy minesweeper US$ Falcon. From
left,,,are,',Dr. Kenton Chambers of Yale University, Dr. John
bwyer of StotOuill University, John, Ebinger and Dr. William
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learned.quartiVof plantpluckin'-,
botanists beaded for
th, Darien country, early Ws
!Twining to take a ,penetrating
look at. Panama's .14sh tropical
growth. ;
Their jungle Jaunt ha. far
more serious aspects, than ad admiring
miring admiring the .sceneryo,,however.
The, botanists pian .to spend
two months In he t Darien re region
gion region -collectin and processing
specimens- of plant-, life- to be
later used researal in the
States. They will make the Pan
American HighWay Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters 'at El Real their, center of
operations'.,
The scientists', tnelude Dr.
- William Stern, assistant pro pro,fessor
,fessor pro,fessor at the Alile,,,University
School of Porestry;,. Hen Hen,
, Hen, ton Chambers,! assistant pro pro'
' pro' lesvor of totany ,AttAale; Dr.
, John, Iliwyer,, director el the
department.,..of biology, St.
Louis University; And John
, Tale graduate..
Their, trip- is being, sponsored
by the- U.S.,Office otpaval Re Research.
search. Research. The. first- leg of '1.he Journey
started :At a.m..loday when
the botanists6with.,more than
three, tons '', of equiPment, left
on the Naormineeweeper IJSS
Falcon. On teachineIsie Cedr0.
they will r be.1' transferred to a
landing craft for the trip up
the Tuira !their to .7112 Real.
Host and guide foi ,their 'first i
few days of explorations will be'
Interesled .Buyers
Of Postal Repcts
Invited To'Display
,
.Prospective -bidders who wish
inspect the bollection of mis misIlaneous
Ilaneous misIlaneous items' being offered
.sale by the, Postal 'Division.
may 4o. so today and tomorrow
between the hours of 9 it.m. tO
1 p.m. in the Balboa Post Of Office
fice Office garage..
The articles, which. represent
a variety of items ,which have
been damaged to Berne extent
or have remained Aunclaimed or
are undeliverable, will be sold
to the higher biddee, MOndaY.
Seated bidsnn the items should
barnacle to the Director of Posts
by lot nomber In-writing or on
forni. which tan be obtained
at the display: or from the Of Office
fice Office of the Director of Posts in
the Civil Affairs Building.
' The list of VticleS to be Sold
lriclude MOM than, ,.'141 Keine
ranging frOnt radio phonographs
to desk ens end ink holders.
All will 'be 'sold on" the basis
of ,!''at iswhere is.", 'with cash
terms, on' aeceptanceof bid.

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DAILY NEWSPAPER

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ran s For Restarct

Otis IMboden, now beardless, a
staff Member of the Darien
Subeommittee of tht Pan Amer American
ican American Highway and recognized
authority on the Panama In Interior.
terior. Interior.
Specimens of woody -type
plants, as welt as dried roots
and leavest,twill get special
attention from, the seientific
team. A spokesman for the
group pointed out that the
medicinal value of the plants
it of particular interest in re research.
search. research. He said that rauwolfia,
a plant discovered by botanists
in India and later in Central
America, is now used in pro producing
ducing producing one of the major tran tranquilizing
quilizing tranquilizing drugs.
Stern ,and Chanibers had a
previout introduction to this
area two years ago, when they
did research in the Mat Bay
area.
Besides the equipment need needed
ed needed to conduct the research, the
scientists are carrying their own
food supplies., The three-ton
total includes ,only one tooth.:
brush per bOtanist, a member
quipped. If the mission is as
successful as hoped, there may
be' an additional toti on the re return
turn return trip, Chambers comment commented.
ed. commented. SOw does Mrs. Chambers feel
about he husband's two-month
"vacation" in the Panama jun jungles?
gles? jungles?
"As a matter of fact she
would liked to have come a along,"
long," along," says ,her titiabsnd..:Bhe's
graduate, studefitiii3Ootany."
Castro Finds
Social Mention,
Fit For Taxing
NEW YORK, June 3 (UPI)
A New York World Telegram and
Sun editorial had this to say a about
bout about the proposed tax on society
columns in Cuba:
"There'll nothing intrinsicallv
funny about the Castro regime's
cockeyed plan to tax people
whose names or pictures aPPear
on the society pages of Cuban
newspapers. The, papers are sup supPosed
Posed supPosed to collect the tax and keep
10 percent for their trouble.
"Probably this is monk of a
revolutionary thrust toard a
classless society than it is a revenne-raising
scheme, since it is
so vicious and. absurd that it
tends to be prohibitive not to
mention 'corruptive of press free freedom.'
dom.' freedom.'
1 "One of the bizarre features is
that a person mentioned or pic pictured
tured pictured on a Cuban Cuban society
'page would have to pay 31 for
every adjective describing him or
her.

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Abraham Lincoln

Ilairans
D.A. Seeking
20-Year Terms
In April Plot
District Attorney Dart:. Sando Sandoval
val Sandoval yesterday sought possible 20-
year jails sentences for the al alleged
leged alleged organizers of the invasion
of Panama by a band of some 90
Cubans last April.
He presented a motion for a
court ruling that would bring the
organizers under the provisions
of the laws dealing with attempts
to reduce the independence of or
break the unity of the republic.
These provisions call for a pen penalty
alty penalty of 20 years imprisonment.
Sandoval named the alleged or organizers
ganizers organizers of the invasion force
which landed here from Cuba as
Dr. Roberto Arias, Ruben O. Mi Miro,
ro, Miro, Andres Cantillo, Guillermo
Gonzalez and the' late Enrique
Morales Brid.
Of the five, Arias, a former
Ambassador to London, is refug refuged
ed refuged in the Brazilian Ernbassy here
awaiting word on a ,request for
his safe conduct permit to leave
the country.
Gonzalez is being held at the
Carcel Mode lo along with rest of
the invasion force which surren surrendered.
dered. surrendered. Miro and Castillo are out
of the country, and Morales is
dead, ilaving drowned when the,
'towit''of Noinbri iie Dios.
Sandoval arguect that the over overthrow
throw overthrow of the government by the
Cuban invaders would have
meant the lessening of the inde independence
pendence independence and the sovereignty of
the country and consequently
should be considered as a trea treasonable
sonable treasonable act on the part of the or organizers,
ganizers, organizers, The provisiuns referred to by
Sandoval also'contemplate penal penalties
ties penalties of from six to ten years for
persons who ,lather an armed
force or exercise vcommand or
special functions in such a force,
They also provide two to six sixyear
year sixyear sentences for all other per persons
sons persons who are part of any inva invasion
sion invasion foree.

TAKING SALUTEBrig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, departing
deputy commanding general. of U.S. Army Caribbean and staff
officers of U.S. Army Caribbean present arms during. tbe fare farewell
well farewell ceremony honoring Ogden who leaves the command today
for new assignment with the U.S. Army Element of the North
American Air Defense Command. Front row, left to right, Ogden
and Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, commanding general USAR USARCARIB.
CARIB. USARCARIB. Also present for the ceremony which was held at Fort
Amador, were Lt. Gen. and WS. Ridge ly Gaither, commander in
chief of Caribbean Command, and Bag. Gen. and Mrs. James
W. Coutts, chief of staff, Caribbean Command. The General
and his family leave Watt from Cristobal. aboard the Panam,
Liner Ancon.

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Three Rebel Craft
From Cuba Carry
Reinforcements

MANAGUA, June 3 ---(UPI) Loyal troops reporteci
victories today over airborne invaders from Costa Rica,
but government spokesmen said threft invasion schooners
were on the wa'y from Cuba by sea.
Lt. Orlando Gutirrez, leader of a patrol vthich chas chased
ed chased one rebel force from the plains of Olima into the
mountains of central Nicaragua, displayed rifles and ma machineguns
chineguns machineguns captured in the battle.
Government sources made no specific mention -of
casualties, but said bloody trails left by the 100 or so in4
vaders indicated they carried 'wounded with them on their:
flight into the hills.
The rebel radio claimesi that 133 persons had been
killed or wounded in d series of clashes n "four fronts"
in Nicaragua. It said the heaviest fighting occurred at Tea
lica, where 50 loyal troops and 23 invaders were

Meanwhile in Washington the
council of the 21-nation Organ'.
zation of American States (OAS)
was called into emergency ses,-
Mon' today to consider the inn
sion of Nicaragua.
The meeting was requested by
Nicaraguan,-ambassadox Outlier.
Or, ,1
' Stott Department ikosman,
Lincoln Whit said tit, Wilted
States yat "not awararot any
direct roquitst for halo" "rem
Ma Nicaraguan govorwmatit.
White said the department' had
received information Confirming
reports from Nicaragua that two
airplanes carrying rebel forces
bad invaded Nicaraguan territo
ry.
But he said the departinent
had no "confirmation of the lo location
cation location of t)he ahlield" from which
they originated.
' Caste Rican ambassador -Manual
Escalanto denied ragorts
that tho robe pianos had arigi ariginatod
natod ariginatod in his country's Write Writerlf;
rlf; Writerlf; 'Costa Rica dais not like la
involve itself in that fashion
with its naighbars,'' he laid.
Escalante said he had heird
that one of the planes had sart sartead
ead sartead in Miami, stopped in Havana
and then flew on to Nicaragua.

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Me Somoza government insist,
ed today that "peace reigns"
throughout Nicaragua except in
the areas around Los Molejones
and the Olama plains, wher-e
planes it claims to have come
from Costa Rica ladded invaders
on Sunday., and Mo 11413'4 ';'
Th 4otelgn ministry;Aimonneldt44.
'h'dwever.l'att beterKle
bly informed:MO three lictdon lictdonera
era lictdonera 1 carrying :'plvolitionary el&
manta and atnVir1 were on the
wily to Nicatattla from 'Cuba.
".
In Ciudad -"Tritlillo, the Demi Deminican
nican Deminican military intalligonco
ice sal& tho Invasion ships sail.
'4 from th--wast Cuban port of
Satabano with invadeet' who
wars te be landed neat Puorto
Cabizas, m Nicaragua's Carib.,
ham coast 24S milos nortboost
of Nisnagusw,,,
The rebels,''',appeared to ham
been hard hit;by the 1058 of a
twin-engine transport carrying-1w
vaders from neighboring Costa
Rica. Nicaraguan fighter planes
strafed it, and it blew up on tha
ground.
Official sources in San ,Jose,
Costa Rica, said 50 to 60 reheAs
aboard the plane were killed.
President Somoza,,,who
took over the country after his
father, strongman President Anas,
tasio Somoza was assassinated
in September, 1956, reported that
"peace reigns" throughout Mout
of the Central American country,
and that Vie situation was "Inv
der control."
In San Jose, raise! leader Om
rim Lacayo Farfan insisted
that the ralsollion was forging
ahead, He said 420 mon wore
fighting "Ma Somoza dictator dictatorship"
ship" dictatorship" on throe fronts.
It was the second Central
merican "invasion" in as many
months. Late in April a force 01
30 Cubans and Panamaniane
vaded Panama and caused a fts
ror in the poorly-defended coun,
try.
The Fidel Castro gnvernment
In Havana 'helped end. it quick
ly by sending, two Cuban officerS
who persuaded the rebels to silty
tender.
According to the Nicaraguats
govarnmant,' only about 100 rek
!Mc tank part in tho atteck
,arriving in two groups in an
airlift from Costa Rica.
One group. landed Sunday neat
Los Molejones in'Chontales PP&
vino., hours after Somoza- de,
creed a state of martial law an
charged that "international Com
munist agents" were consoirinj
with exiles to overthrow
A second rebel group of 3.)
60 men landed Monday on th4
plains of Olama in Matagalp
Province, the government said.
This second group was the,' ono
renorted wiped out by the ail
force.
Residents Urged
To Attend Town ':
Meeting At Diobto
,
Los Rios And Diablo Heighti
delegates of- the Pacific Civic
Council will' hOltra"town meet",
ing Friday evening at 7:34 at
the Diablo Service Center.1.;
All residents of these comb
niunitles, ;13' well as, those liv
ing in Ancon,' Balboa and Bate
boa Heights are invited to ate.,,
tend. Residents are urged Watt,.
tend, the town meeting in Urdet
to make their desires known
to delegates, a ,'spokesman
today,),
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ARMY COMMISSARY PRIVILEGES

:Sir:
,f
;: e Did you know that all U.S. citizens employed in the Army and
--r'4, who reside in the Uwe! Lone now enjoy Army Commissary privil privil,
, privil, eges? Yoi, they do. You set, all one has to do is gripe via the Mail
Box and one gets what One wants. Now the Balboa Commissary
41 Managers can get into a huddle and think of way to cancel this privil
ege.
...
It Is my opinion that Army Commissary privileges are extended
4' to military personnel and their dependents (that's the way it is in
the States). Bere, the civilians get commissary privileges too. May
CI ask why? They have the Balboa commissary to shop in.
, Oh, but the prices are so high, you say. Well, my dear, your
, husband makes 25 more than a man in the same job in the Mates,
mik he has lower rent to pay. no heating bills to pay, you get a free vacs

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4, lion every two years-, Plus 25 differential.
do Oh, 1;ut this is the tropica and it's very difficult at times to take
1 this heat. Well, my dear. there are boats leaving every week, planes
4srt leaving every day. Besides, I read in one of the articles in the Mail
1 Box that this (Clnal Zone) is a portion of the United States trans.
planted. It this is a portion of the U.S. transplanted then why ask
. for 25 differential, commissary privileges and air conditioning of
40 schools, ete.
1 This IF not to say all the people in the Canal Zone are gripers,
ow greedy and self-centered. there are some who are wondrful people
1 who take what they're given and feel "they never had it so good."
Go tn the Army Commissary during working hours and see how
: many civilians who are sunposed to be working are in tho Commis Commis'10,sary
'10,sary Commis'10,sary ahopring. Not only lit the Army babying the civilians but thev're
aetuall- nleiving doing this. T sav wet ths U.S. citizen (females)
I rses hilsbards work for the Canal Zon GovernmentComnanv out
,
1 of the Army Commissary anel give the militarv a Vo'istAr f"" 0 hange.
0 An PmyMindeti Civilian.
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4; TROUBLE ON THE RAILROAD

4,
Sir:

, While the Governor and the Panama Canal directors are In In;
; In; siestigating leave Conditions in the Railroad Division, they should
look further into thing& and find out why the morale (both US
and local-rate) is so low.
Management's attitude toward business, shippers, passengers,
7 and employes has returned to what it was prior to 1955 when
' Congress had to change it. Why? The Ridge ly and Congressional
reports are not being carried out. Why?
, In its report, Congress stated that one good manager could
: handle the work that three men were doing the Superintem.
dent, Grade 12; the Master of Transportation, Grade 9; and the
: Roadmester, Grade S. So those jobs were abolished. Then what
happened? The railroad now has a manager, Grade 14, who has
an administrative assistant, Grade 9.
The Roadmaster's work was turned over to another man with
71 a different title who was promoted to a Grade 11. Then the work
formerly done by the Master of Transportation was turned over
,4 to a yardmaster with a bigger title and he was made a Grade 12.
Bar The railroad sure Jost on that deal.,
4 What does the nevi Manager, Grade 14, do? He germinates
4) correspondence by the ream about such questions sta why e train
i! was one or two minutes late. He has played engineer and run on
l engine. (He would be fired for that in the Statea). He has per.
"sonally closed the gate in the faces of passengers who were a few
seconds late and left them standing on the platform.
, It is said within the organization that he has beeh sarcastie
to parsons who pave chartered special trains, presumably because
!, they did do so in precisely the manner he prefers. cannot vouch
for this, not having been present at the alleged incidents. It is
t also rumored that a subordinate apologized to an Army officer
4, for the manager's conduct on one occasion. Again cannot vouch
4, for the facts, but the persistence of these stories, be they true or
41,,, not, does nothing to improve railroad morale.
passenger' are jammed up in coaches on regular trains, re
suiting in the loss of much passenger business. because manage.
ment won't authorize enough coaches to provide adequate seating
1, capacity on regular trains.
1, Congress recommended that the speed be reduced to cut
maintenance costs. Management has now reduced the speed on
straight track but increased the speed on curves and bridges, with
'E resultant increased Costs, danger of accidents, etc.
Congress specified that the railroad would continue at the
0 same level, but now management is storing all kinds of cars and
many times they are short of cars. The cost of painting a car has
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been increased by 250 to $100 just to put a shield or insigne on
;, the secie of it.
There have been more engine failures in the last few months
than during any other time during the last 40 years.
As a matter of record, the business that has put the railroad
611n the black was solicited or secured long before last August.
Everyone is hoping that the business lost during the last few
6 months will not put the railroad back in the red.
One Who Wonders.
,.
CROWDED CLASSROOMS
Sir:
It seems to me as it some one on the Governor's staff or some
people in the Schools Division has little foresight when already
6 crowded claurooms in the Balboa schools are further crammed
with children from the well-heeled merchants of Panama.
t visited some of my child's classes and found 35 to 30 chi'.
dren in the various classes. How can teachers do much teaching,
let alone maintain discipline?
The people merchants of Panama who had the Remn Remnk
k Remnk Eisenhower Treaty rammed through are permitted to send their
children to Zone schools. Local Raters were hurt badly by the
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4, actions of the money-changers because they were forced to pay
I tribute, in the form of higher prices, to the merchants when their
Zone buying privileges were stolen from them.
4 Me Shy locks build temples and fine homes in the suburbs.
:; They 'send their children to Zone schools. Why?
Boycott the Monopoly Makers.

rnmArAm.
Bir:
I I feel the following beautiful prayer to be moft worthy of
$ publication at this time:
i,4 "Father of ,mercy, I ask Thy comfort today for a mother
"44. Whose child is not like other children. Ease the ache f her
os
4, heart as she compares the reality with what she had hoped.
', Keep her from bitterness when othero lack understanding.
"Help her face the problems without shame or resentment,
; determined to discover the best course for the child that she
may guide him to all passible self-sufficiency in life.
: "Grant her an extra measure of patience, courage and
4 wisdom that she may bring to flower the special abilitiee and
1 personality of her child. Let the tenderness arising from her
own need fill her heart and overflow to help others who share
her experience.
i 6Bustain her always with the realization that Thou hist
created the body only at a vessel !or the spirit, and that evet7
hUman soul is precious in Thy sight. Aftlen."
A Woman.

PRAYER

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' Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR MERU.
Harry (Have Passport, Will Ta Tavel)
vel) Tavel) Bridges nipped away at U.S.
defense policies again--tnis time
in Them He mei, were in Mid MidMay
May MidMay with a band of pro-Communist
witierfront operatives and did
an effective job of hacking at U.S.
positions, according to docu documented
mented documented report just received here.
it all happened at an Astauc
maritime union's conference which
Harry helped launch in Tokyo on
guess what date--May 11, just
wnen the Geneva toreign minis
ters' conterence opened. Harry's
parley adopted resolutions which
would wipe our defenses right out
of the Pacific.
First this All Pacific and Asia
Dock Workers Trade Union Con Conference
ference Conference demanded that the U. S.
disestablish all American air bas bases
es bases in Japan. Harry was for it,
real loud, though this would mean
we couldn't help Japan or the Re Republic
public Republic of Korea or Nationalist
China or the Philippines defend
themselves.
Then Bridges got off a speech
about solidarity with his pro-Communist
Japanese yaterfront breth brethrem
rem brethrem It may interest Pacific coast
ishipp'ng people, warehouse owners
and the U.S. government that
Bridges promised the pro-Soviri
All-Japen Dock Workers Union
that he would paralyze Nipponese
vessels on the west coast if his
Japanese comrades requested it.
This means that Harry again
threatened a political strike. lf
Bridges called for a boycott of
Japanese vessels in our Pacific a area,
rea, area, he could tie up a good part
of the Tokyo merchant fleet in
Hawaii, Alaska and on the U. S.
west coas'.
Then Bridges suddenly discover discovered
ed discovered that we enclave workers on (I
kinawa. He backed a conference
resolution attacking this so-called
"slave labor" policy of the U.S. on
that island. This has been the
Communist line in the Orient ever
since we began mine Okinawa as
41 huge island aircraft carrier,
cen'er and military base.
To my personal knowledge. elec elections
tions elections there are democratically'
and politieal parties! operate
and onenly crit'cize the U.S. mili1
tary. There is grievance machine
rv and wortere can bargain with
civilian officials.
Bridget voted for resoluticn
which hurt nor prestigebut when
he was in 14fnecow two months a ago,
go, ago, he could find noslave labor
camps there and ,clefied the U.S.
l',mbassy to nrnye pleb soneinfra soneinfration
tion soneinfration in ItnitplA.
Still another conference resolu resolution
tion resolution called for an end to the tett tettint
int tettint of therrnn endear barnht
erhich emild be fine If there
weren't more to the retolulidnJ
tarlioliet We "want 1110 TI.S. IMP
RoPsis to agree to ban tests--br.t'
withnut intooctinn
That's the Soviet Position, which
Iclide't bother eridgea a bit.
1 Of course. the Parley went ri.dit
Idown the Communitt line. T e
1
;Japanese go,oernreent wit enahv enahvrealced
realced enahvrealced oi firet thov
bid coneidereA horr;no Bridoest.
Then the;r
learned that the nro-Seyie' uniona
were to ririn tn tome
rioting in Tokyo to protest the,
bP n.
The Japanese let the old hoe in
--a10110 W3th thr,o ritho,'w !ram
the Powerful In'arational L o n
rhoremotes 9-4 11,-.1--hnneere.,,,,,
Uninn. One of the three was Jack
Tt,u, aesite tke ,,m- influential
labor leeder in Rawail.
Apnerentiv rt-idees. Halt gm
Co., liked travel'ne so much they
deciderl tn send tome of their fel felInw
Inw felInw unionist' around the WOTI d.
They now rtl.n ARRe each nr
the union's Sen nrK) members a dol.
lar a piece. Thi mime!, will fi
fiance 'rank-In1.'14o, litte.winns
of Peeific dockwalloner to Rua.
sill. Ching and nther lands.
Not all of Bridges' travels are
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by the Department
et Christian Education et the
E piscopal Church in the Mit Mitsienary
sienary Mitsienary Diocese et the Panama
Canal Zone.)
FASHIONS AEI FUN IV
"In that day the Lerd will
take away the finery. Matsui
et a rich robe. e girding of
sackcIeth; Instead beetuty,
sh a me."
RSV.
At first glance this long list of
wearing apparel seems more a amusing
musing amusing than edifying. Women's
clothes is a subject which has in interested
terested interested and amazed men even
before the time of Isaiah! Be.
hind our passage there is a pro profound
found profound truth.
The health and soundness of
society depends upon the concern
of its women for something
more important than the clothes
they wear. Isaiah is attacking the
problem at its roots.
Yesterday we learned that judg judgment
ment judgment begins at home. But so
does that training in the Chris Christian
tian Christian life which alone can avert
judgment from a man. This is
not an attempt to circumscribe
the sphere of woman's influence
Quite the contrary!
The woman who is concerned
about her family bhs a vital in.
terest in the schools and the lo
cal government. The whole arca
of economics and politics is in
volved. The sphere of her churc,
work will extend to embrace V.-
world-wide impavt of the Chri
Han faith. Fashions are funhi
there are more important cei,
cerns.

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MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear WW: Gloria Vanderbilt's
problems now include e t ters
threatening the children. Her lawy lawyer
er lawyer turned them over to the District
Attorney's office Debbie Rey Reynolds'
nolds' Reynolds' apartment at the Drake is
crowded with Eddie Fishe r's
friends. Didn't he say they part parted
ed parted because she didn't like them?
...Ruth Dubonnet, ex-wife of the
famed French wine firm head,
and "Gypsy" composer Jule Styne
ended their long time idyll...The
Dinah Shore breakup with her
chief authors. Bob WellS and J.
Bradford, was allegedly amicable.
But alit concerned are shy about
being quoted, Oc..Diane Jurgens
of the films and husband Peter
Brown married 5 months ago.
They were separated 2 months.
Just reconciled Franchot Tone
isn't the one in actress Susan
Strasberg's beart. He's In thp
'same Westport Playhotise Surfivi
mer show with her. "Caesar and
Cleopatra." The head man is the
director of it...T hear Sinatra is
on 8 new kick. Dates not-so-pretty
girls to give them a break.
Discount those reports about
Diane Varsi's "friends' looking
for an apartment here for her.
Her only close friend has one
ready on Bleeker Street, off the
Village. Sle expects to arrive in
mid-June...Kim Novak has been
for the guilibles. He may need
some help from foreign dockwork dockworkers
ers dockworkers soon. Mpst of his union's con contracts
tracts contracts expire this month. Despite
the optimism in some industry
circles, there is considerable agi agitation
tation agitation by the militants within
the union's ranks for a Pacific
strike. If there is a walkout some
of the shippers may reroute the,r
vessels to get them loaded in the
east or Gulf ports. Bridges
would then try to prevent these
ships from beging unloaded in
harbors across the World. This
would paralyze a considerable a amount
mount amount of American ocean com commerceand
merceand commerceand prestige.
His friends are ready to help
himjust watch those Red hands
gems the sea.
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writing pashy poems which ohe
tucks away in a little gold box
with purple lining. I hear the
only naughty verse she ever gave
away is owned by actor Nick
Adams. She'll be sorrreteet
Great news about Norma Douglas,
the Farmer's Dghtr from Buffa Buffalo.
lo. Buffalo. CBS will marry her any hour.
A six year contract. Meredith Mi Mixon,
xon, Mixon, composer of "Music Man,'
also wants this talented girl to
star in a spectacular. Her mgr. is
Val Irving New Two: Sessue
Hayakawa and Allison Whit e,
pretty publicist...Bali Hi!
That interviewer called again.
Says they are doing a piece about
You mellowing. Because "he
hasn't been 'sued for years and
doesn't fight with anybody any
more"...Mellowing, eh? That's a
nicer word than "lazy' Pat
Boone's TV announcer M. Baker
and4 ICen'ip look like., they
Mein Debra Paget recently
made a 'picture named "Thi, Ti Tiger
ger Tiger of Eschnapur" in Germany.
Now she wishes she hadn't. Cri Critic
tic Critic all over Yurron growled at it
...Did you know Queen Juliana
owns scads of NYC? .Ginger
Rogers hi quiet ding-ding ga gain,"
in," gain," on with Italian actor Nino An Angell.
gell. Angell. 110 1.
heard this interesting story
about a lovely nun named Sister
Fleurele. She also heads the
Mary Immaculate College drama
dept, writes plays for children
and stages them at the most
avant garde theater in Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. A photog friend of mine, who
caught her bubbling personality
with his camera, says shelling a
great love and enthusiasm for the
theater...After he left. he tried to
figure out who she reminded him
of...When he developed the photos
he knew!... Marilyn Monroe with without
out without makeup.
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Anita Ekberg tadn't been air airborne
borne airborne to Italy five minutes when
gorgeons silver-haired Jean Mur Murnhy
nhy Murnhy winsed in from H'wood to
'-ten Anita's friend. Cy 'Feldman,
from getting lost...Novelist Edna
reber it among the barkers of
"Once rpon a Mattress"...Vegas
Ave. Ca Ildenla

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and other night clubs are stealing
airline stewardesses for their
show-gel lines...Dan Dailey's ex,
Liz, and second groom Hudson
McGuire have made the parting
legal.
The Shal4speare set suspects
that "My Fair Lady" leading man
Ed Mulhare and the Australian
beauty he introduces as Jeanne
are secretly wed Waiters will
get this bad news confirmed
shortly. The tax people will assess
them $800 and captains $2,000...
Ben Gazzara and Elaine Stritch,
who were supposed to have bust busted
ed busted up, didn't look that way to
me at Downev's the other night..
"Our Love Will Stand The Test Of
Time" on the Como show tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow eve'g is Tschainkowiky's
"Swan Lake" with not a note
changed. .Fay Spain, who scores
so bieln the movie, "Al Capone,"
apprentTY posed for' thitt picture
on page, 48 of Nugget before she
clicked in H'wood. Tst, tst, tst.
"Suzie Wong' star France Nuven
and theater hititorial Daniel Blum
are at war. She didn't show up
for an event in her honor.
Joe Di Maggio prolly will never
wed again. intimates say. His El
Morocco date was 'Dotty Mack,
who is I:wetly fussy herself.
Messmore Kendall, Jr's former
wife Skinny has a new beau. He
is Neil McConnell, heir to a cos cosmetic
metic cosmetic fortune.. .Tragedv sill stalks
the "Solomon and Sheba' film.
Paul Dudley, 46, who died the
other day, co-autho'd the book
On which the movie is based.
nidj,1 see anything in the pane,rs
about a marriage for Suzy Par Parette.
ette. Parette. dross destemer? Anywav she
emv Mrs. Larry Wynn. he's a
t-- e-.c. .Plskethill star
di, Tatum, slapped witn a
'v suit, has been courtnr(1--
to pay mother and child
2,on't a month. He is payintt that
much ellmony to former wife Do Dolores.
lores. Dolores. They see his earnings are
more than $150,000 a year:
0,
know von povPr heekre tsf Mrs.
T,. I.. TTsrdt of Miami. Fla. Bitt
eh,. ttvo ter soogt, record.
bv Art Rgoortls. They are
"Babvsitter's Rorie snA "Silo
Crackly ard Rock.' Real farOlit
lisrdt is twomitivnt
so cialit anti grandmother. Tfor
hitibsoo is the former hs-fl of Pig
Mayo RolNarts Sheywool
who got -eonsiderstblv loss in ths
loonogg (throe Vo Ate Pon). will
get OA 00A ney wool, thntoling her
ismnts for slx W0.1141 In til lonnve
thsl DUllioe. V0061. eine.
ilv .Ons of th "nYstry"
flATIeOrt ralt4011 a sfpn dttAne
"limber. why," ft., esol,, off ,,,,,,,,,
3inettitv lirtorm tiliAirom.
to 4 month for a broken toe to
mend. (Clever?)
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Van Cliburn took a long time
sayinr g'night to a lovely thing
in front of her West 54th Street
tftnee the other nost meridian.
The Tfswallan Room's new num.
her, "The Star Spangled Hula," is
a corker. Author is producer To.
ny Cabot. .Dot vas Garbo mid.,
outdt her qglazzet looking at de
exhibits in the Design Center on
T11. 53rd. Castro. I bear.
is not happy about anyone play.
ing him on tbe screen. "I don't
want any fairies playing me!' he
alleged to have said. His choice
is Twankee. Nancy Malone, who
quit "touch Df The Poet," long.
kisstanees her boy friend in
wood while her New Yor Vella
Bryan Morgan stands by and
feeds her the quarters.
IIITURNS
WARSAW WMJosef Olszyn Olszynski,
ski, Olszynski, who fled into the deep for forest
est forest of northeastern Bialystok
Province when his family was ex executed
ecuted executed by the Nazis in 1944, has
returned to the civilized world
after 15 years of seclusion. For
years after the war, Olszynski
lived a hermit's lift In t lean-to
in the forest.

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WASHINGTON Tbo, loarial
cost of running the4, White House
under ,,Eisenhowers, is compared
vtith Truman has now been
made official by the House Appro,
priations Committee, ave. restdt,
of prodding by Congressmu
Jack Shelley of San Francisco,
the Democrat who also gets. e eleeted
leeted eleeted on the Republican ticket.
When this column reported that
Ike's White House costs had dou doubled
bled doubled those of Truman, there
were sdenials on Capitol ROL
However, a study made by the
Librar of Congress, ,based on
Budget Bureau figures, shows
that Truman's costs in 1952 were
$3.021,215; Eisenhower's for 1960
will be $5,401,000
Care and upkeep of the White
House and grounds in the last
year of Truman were $33S,000:
the same costs under Ike for 1959
were $515,000-
Salaries and expenses of the
White House sfalf total 22,052.000
ifor 1959 under Eitenhower,,which
is $1M,000 more than under Tru Truman
man Truman in 1952, and incidentally sev seven
en seven times as much as under Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt in 1940.
"In addition,' states the Li Library
brary Library of Congress report, "$1,-
500,000 has been requested for
fiscal year 1960 for the services
of 101 persons hired for special
White House projects. This staff
on particular problms of public
policy.
"The budget for fiscal 1960,1
continues the report, "asks for
$1,055,000 to pay the expenses
and salaries of 170 White Hope
police. This amount is seven
times the $150,650 Rrovided for in
1938 (under FDR) and nearly
twice the $652,000 vted in 1952
(under Truman) Excluded a r e
the police employed for the per persaonndallipsroftaemctiryh,
saonndallipsroftaemctiryh, persaonndallipsroftaemctiryh, of the President
The present White House budg budget
et budget of approximately $5,000,000
says the Library of Congress stu study,
dy, study, "does not include the numer numerous
ous numerous agencies which act in an ad advisory
visory advisory capacity to the President.'
Appronriations amounting to
1297,226,000 were requested for the
fiscal year 1960 for the entire Of Of1
1 Of1 flee o f the presidentincluding
the Budget Bureau, Civil Defense,
etc.
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NOT IN BUDGET
The Library of Congress listed
other services enjoyed by the
President. but paid for by the
Army, Air Force, and other a a.
. a. woes.
"President Eisenhower has at
his disposal a fleet of limoushies,
planes, helicopters, two cabin
cruisers. .A11 supported by
by Federal taxpayers.
1,The air fleet, avalla.14e, for the
President's use consists of
four engine Superconstellation,
two six-passenger Aero Comman Commanders,
ders, Commanders, and a number of helicop helicopters.
ters. helicopters. "In addition, three Boeing 707
jet airlines are on order for use
of the President. high-ranking of officials,
ficials, officials, and heads of state.
"The Superconstellation Colum Columhipe
hipe Columhipe II. .cost in the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of $3,000,000. The Air
Force estimates the per hour cost
of running the plane is approxi approximately
mately approximately $71.
"It is reported that at least 20
cars are rented on a regular ba baqia
qia baqia for use bv Ithe President and
his Staff. Additional Nehicles are
made available when the use a arises.
rises. arises. "The President is reported to
have three cars: a recent-model
Cadillac. bubbletoo LincnIn
costing $30,000, and a Chrysler
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necessity
4 Experienced
sportsmen
1 Eisenhower's
. sport
12 Night before
an event
13 Learning
14 Toward the
sheltered side
IS Was victorioUs
16 Straightening
IS Legislative
bodies
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t 21 Before
I 22 Used in
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24 North wind
t 26 Indigo
' 27 French coin
30 Attack
32 Scottish
, court officials
, 34 Afternon nap
35 Epk poetrY
36 Compass point
37 Boss
, 39 Church
. service
40 Hammer head
i41 Ventilate
42 Purloin 4 i:
45 Waterfall t 4
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2 Cry or
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3 Southern state
4 Home ---
in baseball
8 Part in a play
Prayer
Oriental coin
1 Shanks
9 alibi tat
10 Give use of
II Festival
17 txternal ear
19 Regions
23 Pointed, as
a weapon
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r,00t. 4,
"Two heavily const.ructed Cam-
lace costing about 965,000 facia
are 'occupied by -secret service
men who accompany tbe Presi President
dent President Tte Army furnishes thud.
tem for this, fleet of ears. -'
,,"President Eisenhower also has
a snoiorized golf car which ,'cost
approximately 91000. It is driven
by a Secret Service man.'
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The report ow presidential, ex expenses
penses expenses spells out die fact that al although
though although the yacht Williamsburg
was given up by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in 1953, it was tied up at
the Washington Navy Yard until
1957.
Democratic Congressmen claim
it was used. during this four fouryear
year fouryear period for social functions
by members of the Cabinet 2- and
WEite House staff, though this
was not admitted iv the White'
"In place of the Williamsburg,'
says the Library of Congress re report,
port, report, "President Eisenhower has
the use of two naval vessels, the
Barbara Anne and the Susie E.,
named for his granddaughters.
"The e2-foot Barbara Ewe
cost about $140,000 to recondition
and the 60-foot Susie E about
$35.000. It esfimated that "the
Navy spends approximately-$60,-
000 each year for their mainten maintenance."
ance." maintenance." Broadway columnist Leonard
25th year in the columning busiT
ness, claims he was responsible
for making one of the new Sena Senators
tors Senators from Alaska.
When he first proposed writing
a Broadway column to Ernest
Gruening, then editor of the New
York Post, Gruening said: "That
kind of a column would never
Later when Lyons talked to the
Post's business, manager, he
said: "We'll have to get us a
new editor."
Lyons' column then started in
the Post. Grueng shortly there thereafter
after thereafter became chief of the Terri Territories
tories Territories Division under Roosevelt,
then Governor of 'Alaska for long longer
er longer than any other man in history,
is now one of the first two Mas Maskan
kan Maskan Senators.
Gruening and Sen. Bob Bart Bartlett,
lett, Bartlett, both democrats, are the
real fathers of Alaskan statehood.
but Lyons claims he's the father
of one Alaskan Senator.
CONGRESS Bins CONGRESS
For Congressman to eut Con Congressmen's
gressmen's Congressmen's budgets is like a man
biting a dog.
However, Congressman W. F.
Morrell of. Arkansas and the
House 4..egislative -subcommittee
will re'commend that Congress
reduce its own spending by a about
bout about $4 million in the next fiscal
year, including a cut of $300,000
in stationery allowances for mem members
bers members of Congress.
They will also urge greater
thrift by all Congressional com committee,
mittee, committee, but Increased funds for
the Library of Congress.
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HONG KONG (UPI) Cant.
Fred R. Angriek of the ernble
liner President Hoover (former (formerly
ly (formerly the Panama tioe't "Pone "Ponema."
ma." "Ponema." !deter ship of the Aneon
and Cristobal) said today a large
whale plowed into the side of
the ship on the way from S,n
FrancisAo to Hong Kong. The
Whale humped into the port side.
The' ship was not damaged.
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COL. JOHN C. NICkERSON, ordnance chief for U.S. Army Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, congratulates Wilfred A. Beach, on receiving a 40 year
Federal Service Pin. Beach, started' to work for the Federal Gov Government
ernment Government 46 years ago (February 1913) as a water boy with the
Panam, Canal Government, and presently works at the instru instrument
ment instrument repair section of Ordnanee. During the first 10 years of
his service Beach worked in various capacities as switch tender,
Panama Railroad yardman, and a brakeman on a railroad then
running from Flamenco Island to Balboa. He joined the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance family in February 1953 as an electrician's helper and
Worked up to his present occupation. He is 85 years old, mar married
ried married and lives with his family at 15th Street, Parque Lefevre,
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M Support Of Lewis Strauss

WASHINGTON, (UPDSen. Re Republican.
publican. Republican. Leader everett M. Dirk Dirksen
sen Dirksen said yesterday after check checking
ing checking the White House that there is
no sign'. President Eisenhower in
wavering in his strong support of
Lewis L. Stranss to be commerce
secretary.
Dirksen said he also had seen
Strauss himself recently and
heard nothing to suggest that
Strauss wanted to give up the
battle for Senate confirmation to
the cabinet post.
"It is my considered opinion
' that the nomination won't be
withdrawn I have no reason
te believe that Strauss won't be
confirmedT Dirkten told n e w
The GGP leader also warned,
that any filibuster against
Strauss' confirmation could ereate
a legislative loglam'in the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Debate on the nomination will
begin Thursday.
In another development, finan,
-otier ArMand 1.' G.- Ere askqd
Strauss to droP froni con coneideration
eideration coneideration at a member and pox
sable director of a government
transportation study. Erpf aid he
made the request because "my
usefulness is being impaired.'
Rhoades and Co., specializing in
a big Wall Street brokerage
house, would head the Commerce
Department study, touched off a
flurry of opposition in the Senate
, on grounds that he has heavy rail railroad
road railroad interests.
He is a partner in Carl M. Loeb,
Rhoades Co., specializing in
, railroad stocks.
The government study will coy coyer
er coyer all transportation fieldsrail,
air motor and ship. One of its
major objectives will be to rec reccommend
commend reccommend solutions in conflictinA
government policies toward vari various
ous various kind of transportation.
Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney (1)-
Okla.), who criticized Erpf's re reported
ported reported selection, said the finan finantier's
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the lack of perception demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated by Secretary Strauss in offer offering
ing offering him a job in the first place
despite the, gross conflict of inter interest.
est. interest. "This blindness of (Strauss)
has been disturbing to many
members of the committee," said
Monroney.
In warning against a filibuster
on Strauss' nomination, Dirksen
said the target date at which such
a talkthon would begin would
be June 30, the end of the fiscal
year. He said this might hold up
paychecks for government em employes
ployes employes by delaying action on new
money bills.
A newsman commented that
Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
E. Johnson has said the 110M 110Millation
illation 110Millation might be laid aside for ,pri ,priority
ority ,priority items like appropriations
measures.'''
,TButDirksen, said Alm might
lie "some resistance to such a
move.

WORKMEN BURIED ALIVE

FUKUOKA, Japan (UPDForty-six
workers were buried alive
for four hours yesterday before
they were rescued uninjured at a
power station construction site
south of the city. The men were
trapped in a tunnel cave-in that
sealed them below the earth with
mud.

GETTING Up NIGHTS
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Nights, Backache, Leg Pains, Loss of
Vigour, Nervousness or weakness, yon
should help your Prostate Gland im
mediately with Rogens. This medicine
makes you feel younger, stronger, and
able to sleep without interruption.
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BibOili6o1 -.,7,1
Begins On Frida

The annual Vacation Bible
School at the First Baptist
Church of Balboa heights be begins
gins begins Friday, at 9 cm, The- school
will run until June 19 and is for
children from three to 16 years
of age.

The staff of workers with El Elton
ton Elton Vickers. as principal has
been preparing for the past
weeks to make this schbol a suncess.

Mrs. Georp Edgintons rlf;
reeling the intermediate 'depart
ment with Mrs. Howard
son, Mrs. Elton Vickers,"- and
Mrs. Donald Barger as worker'.
Mrs. Curtis Darden is directing
the junior department, with Mrs.
William Beeby, Mrs George
Cooper, Mrii. Russell Van Royen,
Mrs. Miroslav Moucha, Mrs. Ru Rufus
fus Rufus Lovelady, Mr. Robert Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, Mrs. -Charles Robertson,
Mrs. David Markg, ind r s.
Frank O'Banion is workers.
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Mrs. Cart Serger is directing
the primary II department with
Mrs. Olin McGill, Mrs. Raymond
Anderson, Mrs. Herman Wakem,
Mrs. Lowell Wooten, Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Coleman, Mrs. Bruce Par Parrish,
rish, Parrish, and Mrs. Murray Benthall
as workers. Mrs. Wallace Brian
is directing the primary I de department
partment department with Mrs. Paul Cook,
Mrs. Warriner Bass, Mrs. Milton
Davis, Mrs. A. C Lovelace, and
Mrs. James Adams as workers.
Mrs. Maurice Kinnett is direct directing
ing directing the beginner II department
with Mrs. Harry Hode, Mrs.
Ralph Robinson, Mrs. Veil Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, Mrs, Robert , Eutiee, Mrs.
Jack McQueen, and W m
Shepard as workers. Mrs. Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Graham is directing the be beginner
ginner beginner I department with Mrs.
John Jordan, Mrs. Nelson Clark,
Mrs. Robert Haes, Miss Janice
Heilman, Mrs. Leroy Dean. and
Mrs. Delores Joyce as orkers.
The nursery department is &-
reefed by Mrs. Melvin Bryant
with Mrs. Robert Coloitt, Mrs.
Leaston Williams, and Mrs. Thur Thurman
man Thurman Wilcox as workers. Mrs.
John Ware will act as school
secretary with Mrs. Thorn a s
Nooe. and Mrs; Marks in charge
of refreshments.

New games. new songs, ,and
new handcraft are in store for
those who attend, $omething new
has been added this vear with
Ian extra dav called "PreParation
Day.' This Is Friday, and is a
regular dav of school. "Get In Into
to Into Orbit' balloons will be given
to those who attend on this first
dav.
This school, is free of tharge.
'rhe children and yea0
of tbe community are invited.
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MOW'S THAT AGAIN
MOSC-- (UPT)--The Commu Communist
nist Communist Party newspaper Pravda told
its readers today that "whole
armies" of American end other
children In the West worked as
much as 10.bours a day "for a
pittance." The occasion of the
dispatch was Ruosia's observance
of International Day for the pro protection
tection protection of children.

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WASHINGTON UPI) Key
House Democratic tax experts are
considering pushing through a
two-year extension of high war wartime
time wartime tax rates in corporations,
cigarettes, liquor, beer, wine and
automobiles, it was learned yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. President Eisenhower has asked
Congress to extend the taxes for
another year. Under present law;
they are scheduled to fall to low lower
er lower levels on July I, which would
mean an annual loss of two bil billion
lion billion dollars to the Treasury.
That would be a body blow to
the President's precariously bal bal1
1 bal1 anced budget for next year.
Key Democrats on the tax taxwriting
writing taxwriting House Ways and Means
Committee believed Eisenhower
would go along with a two-year
extension of the high rates, which
were imposed during the Korean
war. In the past, Congrress has ex extended
tended extended the rates on a year-to-year
, basis.
Some Democrats were sure that
neither Eisenhower nor Congress
would agree to let the high rates
,lapse next year. Therefore, they
said, Congress might as well write
a two-year extension now.
The Democrats must make up
their minds soon whether to push
for the two-year extension. The
legislation must be passed by
Imidnight Jime 30 to .avoid a lem lem4)oritry
4)oritry lem4)oritry loss. of excise Aq reytmaal
The Ways -Means -,inimAtteet
which initiates all tax legislation,
'is expected to approve an exten extensicon
sicon extensicon bill within the next week or
two and rush it through he
House.
A decision to push for more
than a one-year extension would
rue into sharp opposition from the
automobile industry, which wants
Congress to allow the tempOrary
10 per cent excise tax on autom autombiles
biles autombiles to drop back to the perma permanent
nent permanent 7 per cent rate.
But the industry was enable to

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locked steel wage negotiations will
be resumed today after a six sixday
day sixday recess amid rumors the Unit United
ed United Steelworkers Union may call
its key Wage Policy Committee to
'New York for a strategy meeting.
David J. McDonald, president of
'the union, is reported ready to
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impasse whichthreatens to trigger
the sixth postwar steel strike this
summer.
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man teams representing the un union
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come dangerously close t o col collapsing
lapsing collapsing a full month before the
July 1 strike deadline.
The steel companies have de demanded
manded demanded a one year contract
freeze and elimination of the costJ
of-living escalator clause from
the present agreement, which ex expires
pires expires at midnight June 30.
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throwing his weight behind the
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Ary's indusAry's stand and will not trigger
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squeeze' that may force smaller
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- This school is free of tharge. miamgnt June au LtP mic
'rhe children and Mint ;,linnaPle porary loss. of excise Aq rev,eposi , istait Xotit, s
The Ways i-MeananiMAZteet Al4AS;'. 1" o
of tiur community are nvited.
which initiates all tax legislation, ,-
s is expected to approve an exten- HA At ;MZS
HMI'S THAT AGAIN sicon bill within the next week or
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two and rush it through he
(UPT)--'rhe Comm', House.
nist Party newspaper Pravda told A decision to push for more
its readers today that "whole than a one-year extension would ORrit
armies" of American end other, rue Into sharp opposition from the i.29
children In the West worked as automobile industry, which wants ea
much as 11Fhours a day "for a Congress to allow the tempOrary Clute
tzt h b 2F0p
pittance." The occasion of the 10 per cent excise tax on autom- airs
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dispatch was Russia's observance biles to drop back to the perma- 1 l'2,4,'"o!,
4 00 eios,, with ill
of International Day for the pro- nent 7 per cent rate. gt Sikh; e
tection of children. But the industry was unable to W RT H 17 irte Pp era,
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ENOAGEMENT OF MISS RUTH COHEN, RAI3BI NEUMAN
IS ANNOUNCED TODAY BY HER PARENTS
'
t Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Ezra Cohen of Panama and El Valle to to'.
'. to'. ;day announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth, to Rabbi
Isaac Neuman.
,, The brideelect, a graduate of the Pan AllteriCall Institute, is
- BOW affiliated with the Inter-Ameriean Highway Commission.
- Rabbi Neuman is the spiritual leader of Congregation Kol
, lithearith Israel in Panama.

;fflti-and Mrs. Banning
Entertain At Dirtmr
A's social event of this evening
will be a dinner party honoring
24tr.-and Mrs. William B. Crocker,
who are soon to leave the Isth Isth:T
:T Isth:T Tbe party will be given by Mr.
and Mrs. William T. Banning Jr.
nt their hom4 in San Franc:sco
de la Caleta.
-
Now Society Installs
' Officers At Tivell
Edmund S. Shaw, first presi president
dent president of the newly-organized lo local
cal local chapter of the Society for
Personnel Administration, receiv
ed the gavel from Gordon NI.
Frick, executive secretary of the
Canal Zone Civilian Personnel Po

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This now Cland and vigour restorer
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the big improvement Take the full
bottle. which lasts eight dam It will
loake you full of vigour, energy and
witality, and you will feel years
I tounger: The large Ise whiels lasts M
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PA aesour

tel StaiAll

hey Coordinating Board, at a
combined dinner and installation
of officers meeting in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
The president introduced as of officers
ficers officers to serve with him Mrs.
Margaret E. Murphy, first vice'
president; Otto W. Heimerichs,
second vice president; Mrs. Marie
F. Helmerichs, secretary; Miss
Ann Barnett, treasurer; Loren B.
Burnham, Mrs. Mary E. Murphy
and Rufus M. Lovelady, executive
committee members.
Featured speaker at the meet meeting
ing meeting was Dr. Robert S. Avery,
chief of the University Mission
to Panama. His topic was -The
Philosophy of Personnel Admints Admintstration.
tration. Admintstration. The Society is a new-type or organization
ganization organization in the field of person personnel
nel personnel administration on the Zone.
The fundamental adjective is to
encourage study and developmnt
of varied aspects of personnel
research and development. Mem Membership
bership Membership includes 85 persons, near.
ly all charter members. Any
persons interested in joining are
advised to contact Mr. Helme Helmerichs.
richs. Helmerichs.
Bank Official Returns
Louis Gomez, vice president of
the Chase Manhattan Bank in
Panama. has returned from a
business trip in the States. Mrs.
Gomez is expected to return in
a week.

lAVIC Eloctions
Tomorrow At Tivoli
The election of new officers of
the Inter-American Women's Club
will be held tomorrow from 9 a.
m. to 5 p.m. at the club office in
the Tivoli Guest House.
Coffee will be served from 10

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Meeting

Square Dams Club
The Progressive Social and
Square Dance Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home
of Thomas Sawyers, Bldg. 612.
Psalm). Members are urged to be
on time to particpate in im important
portant important business discussions.

Child's Whimpeng
Leads To Rescue
In tiv Wilderness

CAMDEN, NY,. (UMSearch (UMSearchers,
ers, (UMSearchers, trying since Monday to trace
the elusive Round of a child cry crying
ing crying in a wildernexl so rugged it
is uRed by the Air Force for sur survival
vival survival tests, found 6-vearold Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Graham sobbino by the
side of a brook yesterday.
The blonde, blue-eyed girl wax
brought out of the swampland
about dawn. She was taken to a
hosoltal. where a doctor said she
woulti be "good as new" after a
night's sleep.
The girl. wearing only a sleeve sleeveless
less sleeveless strn dress. vanished Sunday
morning alter she went into the
woo,11 in .Rarcil of I shoelace
she lost while picking flowers with
her three sisters She survived
two nights of cold and rain
weather.

"She walked almost seven miles
from our house in some of the
most rugged timber country vou
ever saw.' said her mother, Mrs.
Beverly Graham.
"We knew she wss alive and
just about where she was be because
cause because we could hear her crying.'
she said. "But the undergrowth
there Is so heavv the men couldn't
find her even though they could
hear her.'

During the night, the searchers
took up stations in the Little
River section. where they had
heard the child sobbing. They
waited in silence until about dawn
when the faint sound of the girl's
weeping began again. They broke
through the underbrush to find
her huddled beside 7 thebrook.
When she was bundled into the
sheriff's car, she told her father,
who had gone without sleep for
two days, that "I ran take you
bark to where mv shoes are.'
"She never did, find the shoe shoelace.
lace. shoelace. In fact, she lost both her
shoes,' her mother said.

ECONOMY VINDICATES IKE
WASHINGT014 Ken.
neth E. Keating (R-N.Y.) atm
the "rapid acceleration" of the
economy has vindicated the Eisen
hower administration's opposi
tion to "panicky" Democratic
demands for anti-recession tax
cuts and public works projects.
Keating said today the nation's
economic recovery showed "the
peddlers of panic lust don't know
what they are talking about or
are remarkably cynical of human
misery."

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LUCKY TICKET SELLETISTwo boosters of the Navy Relief
Charity Drive, Lt. Cdr. Charles T. Fontaine and Navy wife Mrs.
Alice Goeser, count the tickets they won on the WOO wortb of
prizes in this year's Navy Relief Raffle. They won the booty in
an office pool for salesmen who have sold more than two books
of tickets. Drawing for the big prizes will be held next Saturday
on CFN television.

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Intermediate Scouts
Have Style Show
Nineteen members of Interme Intermediate
diate Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 6 enter entertained
tained entertained their parents at a s4lto
show and tea in the Sunday
School building at Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Station recently.
Taking part in the style show
gave each girl credit toward her
Girl Scott good grooming badge.
Each participant chose her own
clothes and accessories and styl styled
ed styled her own hair. Mrs. Georgia
Wilson is leader of Troop 6, and
Mrs. Carol Rauschenplant assist assisted
ed assisted her in planning the show.
Following the style show, the
Girl Scouts served -punch and,
cikes4 to their-Inests.,e
-
Court Of Awards Held
At Rodman Naval Station
A court of awards for Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 6 and
a fly-up ceremony for Brownies
from Troops 32 and 33 was held
in the Sunday School building at
Rodman Naval Station.
Year pins and badges earned
during the year were presented
to the Intermediate Scouts, with
Elizabeth Draper receiving the
highest award, a first class
badge.
Leaving their Brownie groups
to become intermediate Scouts
were, from Troop 32 of Ft. Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Jo Ann Gomez, Elizabeth
Harris and Linda Helm, and,
from Troop 33 of Rodman Naval
Station, Karen Barker, Alice Cox,
Inez Duffus, Lorraine Fowler, Ja Janie
nie Janie Hiegel, Donna Krise, and
Stephanie Wynshaw. All Brownies
in the two trops received year
pins.
Mrs. Georgia Wilson is leader
of Intermediate Troop 6. Ivor

BALBOA
STARTS
SATURDAY!

Troop 32, Mrs. -Nellie Collett Is
leader and Mrs. Helen A. Dalton
assistant leader. Mrs. Margaret
Collins is leader and Mrs. tiene tienevieve
vieve tienevieve Krise assistant leader for
Troop 33.
Girl Scout Awards
Given At Coco Solo
A Court of Awards for Interme Intermediate
diate Intermediate Girl Scout Troop 58, Loco
Solo, was held at the Scout House
in Coco Solo.
Badges earned during the year
were presented. Six girls earned
second class badges, and the oth others
ers others received badges for work
Which applies toward first class
badges.
The prbgram also included a
talk on "The Origin of the Girl
Scout Uniform" by Mrs. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Coate, second vice-president of
the executive board, and the sing singing
ing singing of Girl Scout songs by the
troop members. The girls h a d
made cakes and punch which
they served to parents and other
guests.
Mrs. Margaret Shipley is leader
of Troop 58, Mrs. Katherine Sedak
assistant leader.

PLANS "GIRLS' TOWN"

PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPI)
Former showgirl Gregg Sher.
wood Dodge II said today 'she
plans to spend the rest of her life
helping unfortunate girls. Mrs.
Dodge, wife of auto heir Horace
Dodge II, announced plans to
build a "girls' town'' in South
Florida. She said the ,project
would provide a home for "lost,
frightened, abandoned girls from
10 to 18 who need care and help.
I want to devofe the rest of my
life to this," she said.

MOD HENRY ANTHONY
MEW FOliDA QUMIN
DOROTHY DOLORES
MALONEMIORELS

Come sundown...
comes sudden death...
in a town called

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8:30 P. M. SHOW ONLY!
MERIAM STANLEY
ACCOiviPLISHED ORGANIST
PLAYING POP TUNES AND LIGHT CLASSICS
Olin Stanley's apearance has been made possible through
the courtesy of Mr. Frank McGahheyE1 Rancho Garden)

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East South West North
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SIP Pass 74 Pass
Pau Double Reda 74
Pau Pau Double Pass
Pass Pass
Opening leadV

The game was rubber bridge.
The place was Wilkes-Barre. Tne
players average amateurs, ac according
cording according to Harrison H. Smith,
who sent me the hand.
East didn't have much of an
opening bid while West held the
deck. South was not vulnerable
and with his freak distribution
refused to sell out cheaply.
Eventually North bid the de defensive
fensive defensive grand slam and West,
after doubling, opened the appar apparently
ently apparently safe king of hearts.
South trumped hearts and dia.
monds until he found himseil in
dummy with four good hearts,
one trump and a couple of clubs.
He was sure that East held both
missing trumps so simply started
to lead good hearts. East could
trump o discard but it made no
difference to South. He was go going
ing going to wrap up his grand slam.
A diamond or club lead would
beat the hand since South would
wind up in dummy with good
hearts, but no trump and declarer
would have more trumps than
East. Hearts could be played in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely but eventually South
would have to ruff something
and lead a spade from his own
hand.
Congratualations to Mr. Smith
if he sat North or Southother Southotherwise
wise Southotherwise condolences.

B OSWALD JACODY
Written for NEA Awoke

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North foot South West
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Ar Tot4, South lablat 44,-elr,,,,s, 4s,.:,
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ADid tiro clubs! 'his vill
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a slam it Ito con take etre I
toped Ault. You do not bid
our no-troop also, You am surto
your partner Win hold at
' leaat twat soes tor Mi preview
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, ' TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner bids five spades.
What do you do now?

Answer Tornertynt

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NEW YORK AFL-CIO Presl Presldei4
dei4 Presldei4 George meany, on "unfriend "unfriendly
ly "unfriendly actions" by the lecieral govern government
ment government against labor:
"You should think that we had
comd Lo a uay if sanity, wnen
there would lie cooperation be between
tween between Americans, you please,
Americans in overalls and Amer Americans
icans Americans behind a desk. Well, that
doesn't seemto be in the cards.
, A declaration of war seems to be
the answer, and if that's- it I
guess we wilt have to take it."
GALVESTON, Tex.Sen. Rus Russell
sell Russell Long ,(D-La.),. on his uncle,
Gov. Earl-K. Long of Louisiana,
undergoing psychiatric treatment:
"I wink most of the people are
now in sympathy with the gover governor.
nor. governor. He became sick fighting, tor
the common man."

LOS ANGELES Sen. Stuart
Symington (D-Mo.), on whether
he would accept the Democratic
nomination for president in 1960:
"Of coutse I would! Politics is
my busbies's, and thE presidency
is the highest honor the people
can bestow."

WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, on receiving he cre credentials
dentials credentials of Thailand's new ambits"-
sador;,
"The historic friendship which
has developed between Thailand
and the United Viates forms
lasting foundation for our com common
mon common endeavors to preserve free freedom
dom freedom and eturity in southeast
Asia and the world at large."

Whale-Lift
TORRANCE, Calif. (UPI)---Two'
whales left here by air yesterday
in what was claimed as the first
transcontinental "whale-lift."
, The two sea monster', totalling
more than a tOn of live blubber,
are being transportei from Ma Marineland
rineland Marineland of the Pacific in nearby
Palos Verdes to Marine Studios
of St. Augustine, Fla.
The two, ooth males, were tra traded
ded traded by Marine land for six porpoi porpoises
ses porpoises which arrived hero last Feb February.
ruary. February. They were airlifted aboard
a C-42 tranepirt. Each weighed
slightly over 1,000 potinds.
Two special boxes, equipped
with hammocks, were built to
house the black pilot whales
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MISS MIDNIGHT'S
NOTIEBOOK.
Gwen Verdon, whe.,is so scintil scintillating
lating scintillating in the Broadway musical
"Redhead," seems most likely to
succeed in winning the. leading
role in the filmed version of the
life of Gertrude -Lawrence. At Attorneys
torneys Attorneys for the Lawrence estate
and many of the late actreasi
friends believe Gwen would be
perfect for the part.. Author Os Oscar
car Oscar O'Higgins is responsible tor
the happy change in Sarah Chur-,
chill after all the tragic headlines
and news pictures. Chums 'nave
their fingers croased; Saab's
been on the wagm since they
started dating. .ARbougb Mickey
Rooney was first choice to play
onetime Mayor LaGuardia in
"Fiorellol," the musical comet,
George Abbott is st a gin g,
chances are that Mickey will ne never
ver never get around to signing the con contract.
tract. contract. With all his financial respon responsibilities,
sibilities, responsibilities, he has to earn more mo money
ney money than he can make in the
Broadway theatre.
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Dorothy Dandridge and West
Coast restaurateur Jack Denm Denmson
son Denmson may postpone their marriage,
scheduled for mid-June. .But
Jacques Bergerac and Dorothy
Malone will make it to the alta
around that time. Zan Whitney
Cowell's beauty is even more al)-
parent now that shre's lost 25
pounds by sticking to a 1,000-calorie-a-day
diet.
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Yul Brynner's newest protege is
Corinne Cazelle, a young French
model who'd like to make it big us
an actress. .Steve Allen will
showcase a West Coast comedis
Frank Gorshin, on his last two
programs from New York. If he
clicks, he may take Tom Poston's
place in the Allen set-up in ease
Tom can't make it to Hollywood
next season. Get set for a bar barrage
rage barrage of Elvis Presley ballyhoo in
the not too distant future. His
handlers, who have never taken
their eyes off the popularity sea seamograph,.feel
mograph,.feel seamograph,.feel he needs a big pu publicity
blicity publicity push during the months' be,
fore his release from the Army:

The Nu,. who would saddle
criminatory legisi
the increases.
Dinah Washington squirined vi- t war against p
sibly while attending
vous Set" the other night (an easY
to-understand reaction) and was tempt to deny its
over-heard remarking during
first act, "If I could slip out of His attack ram
here piece by piece, I'd do it,"., gres,,sa, which he sa
Now that the last ',-sgt, ,Bi ute wail "restrictive,
show has been filmed.-most men. and ..loti-labor" le
bars of his -comedy platoon are re- .,,erfielecu,'Ervin let
hearsing pight,club tits, and ask- rfnituatratinn, 10
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144 Filias J Metti4iS;;Iii
Jemes"..ia reakulg Prior Hope On -of the
hoz office records in 25 cites and Millinery.
somas the country.- A new, spot, tional- Union;
on the East Side, to be called Se. to Sen.
parate Tables, will open next (b-Mes1,1, co.a
month with talented pianist Bill bill, and en.
Evans headlining the jazz bat. a a fit-D1.1t.), later
'rina Louise is reportedly Arked He', indiectl
with her mama, Betty Myers, for both to defend'
accepting a part in "This fLucky conventioni
Luciano Story," a 'flicker being "r 'would
produced locaidy. SPeaker I
- 'convention. 'hal

Lawyer -Bartley Crum is. nego
fiatipg with the Astor estate tO
buy the St. !legit Hotel for Dn.
fill Baldwin, of the "LUck3111
Baldwin gold millions. She yearns
for the property "at any price"
Novelist Barnaby Conard, the,
bullfighting authority, plans to
produce a documentary on the
late Marquis de J'ortago and is
confering with Bill Grauer; the
President of Riverside Records,
who still owns many reels of
conversations by the handsome
sports car driver that weren't
used in the Portago memorial
album.

Prince Christian of Hanover,
brother of Queen Irrecierjka of
Greece, in doing the London spots

Mipister Is hiller

Of Teenager's Baby,
Her Parenti Claim

SKOWHEGAN, Maine (IIPI)--A
Congregational Church minister
kimitted fathering a chili born
to g 14-year-old ber parents
testified today.
The Rev. Arthur R. Mac Don-,
gall, 64, widely ,known as an auv
thor of outdoor' stories, went Pk
trial in Somerset County Superior
Court on a cha ge of statutory
rape.
MacDougall also is known as
the "fishing parson". because of
a special annual worship service
he initiated for Maine fishermen.
Marine Briggs, 14, told officials
the alleged rape, occurred last
summer when she visited the
minister's summer home for help
on her school homework.
Her stepfather, Delbert Badger,
testified that MacDougall gave
him $150 for' expenses for the
girl's unborn baby. ,-,
Badger said the minister gave
him the money "to pay Maxine's
room, board, hospital and medi medical
cal medical extrnses. That is all I re received
ceived received from him ,but be had
pra,liserl to nay more."
- Mrs. Badger and Mrs, Madeline
Bickford of Irairfieldc a cousin of
Badger, also told the jury of fey.
en women and live men,itat the
MacDougall admitted belling the
father of a daughter born to the
teen-ager last Antal 27.
1 M-cnouggll voluntarily With Withdrew
drew Withdrew from his ministerial duties
ti, Bingham Congregatoonal
Church two mopths StO atter be being
ing being arrested, but townspeople ral rallied
lied rallied to his support, giving a
vote of confidence.

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY

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by Dorothy' Killgollen

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with Shand, an exotic model from
India. Kirk Douglas' "Sparta "Spartacus"
cus" "Spartacus" is expected to rtm $500,000
over budget. Lill St. Cyr's ex exhusband
husband exhusband Ted Jordan, is trying to
renoVate the career of- his IttW
love, Vikki Dougan, who captured
ilin inexplicable amotut of news newspaper
paper newspaper space a couple of seasons
ago by wearing "backless" dres dresses
ses dresses that showed the end of her
spine. Mr. Jordan feels he could
convert her into a stripper with as
much boxoffice puU as fay ecdr ecdrslast
slast ecdrslast who ever hit the burlesque
circuit.

Russ Haddock, the Pianist at
Johtmy's Keyboard, has written a
song about a society lad who be becomes
comes becomes a beatnik. Ricky Neison
will record it, and wait you
hear the title"Eugene's Got
The Blue Jeans."
,
Juliette Greco is undergoing
psychoanalysis in PitriSOr ,may ,maybe
be ,maybe it's more accurate to say psy psychoanalysis
choanalysis psychoanalysis is undergoing Juliette
Greco. She insists she ready
hasn't any problems but she's las.
cinated by the subject of psychia.
try and wants to know more
about it with herself as Exhibit A.
The lucky headshrinker is Dr. Re.
bert Beauvais. .Too bad about
Mrs., Irritate Leine. She's been in
traction with a slipped disc for
SOIlle time, and now she's sulfa sulfains
ins sulfains from bursitis.
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Suzy Parker's companion at the
Colony the other evening was mil.
lionaire Paul Shields. Dentin.
Ras has been offered several
choice night elub dates in the U.S.
but his asking prioe is formida formidable.
ble. formidable. He thinks he's worth over $30,
000 a week.

Meany Calls For
Declaration Of War '!
Aqa11151 Enemies

KW' YORK (UPI) AIPL-CIO
President George Moany coiled
last night for a "declarition
of war' against political enemien
who would saddle labor vritth dii- ;
criminatory legislation and at attempt
tempt attempt to deny its right to wage
increases.
His attack ranged from Con-
gress, which he said hal eome up
with "restrictive, ditcriminutory
and iota-labor" legislation In the 1-
Kentoodi-Ervin labor bill, to the
ltdmini;tration, which he said is .4
I'mpagantlizug against wage In

C1'02111016 V4,o,
" Metur-spol before the conven convention
tion convention of the nited Hatters, Cap
and Millinery. Workers International-
Union; which is scheduled
to 'hoar Sen. John its. Kennedy
(b-Masa.), co-sonsor of the labor
bill, and en. Jacob Javits
(11-DI.Y.), later this week.
He indiectir, challenged hem
both fp defend. tist,M11, telling the'
conventioni
would like to suggest that
"BY sneaker who collies to this
tonvention, 'holding public office,
who may have an interest in this
matter, that he look into the hces
of the mien and' women Sitting in
this room end tell this ,audienee
that' he is ,in favor of legislation
in the Pliki of labor ,regulation
that wohld compel eich and
every one of you to pn your
local union mee tog .,,with the
shadow of federal criminal law
hanging over your head in ease
You made a miatake."
Meany told his audience that
"labir is under attack from the
employer and from the employer's
agents in government. Organized
labor will have ,to fight in the
legislative halls. That mean, po political
litical political action.",
MeanY said the administration
had brought pressure against
wags increases on the theory that
higher wager create inflation.
,"But they don't ecmie out with
ar,thmetie to say that they ean
raise wages and take it out of
excess profits," MeanY said.
"The millions that come on the
stock options dovm on Wel
Street are designed to bring fat
to the pigts back that is already
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To Vothig Booths
TOKYO (11PD-4-Millions of Jap Japanese,
anese, Japanese, tailed to the polls by ex exploding
ploding exploding firecrackers. dote 12
members of the upper house of
parliament (diet) yesterday in
nationwide election.
More than 53 million voter,
were eligible to cast ballots in the
contest in which Primo Minister
Nobusuke Kishiss Liberal Demo,
cratic Party strove to retain its
majority on a platform of' emit'.
ruing mMtary ties with the United
States and no diolontatic recognie
Oen of Red Chins:
ThA onpolition Socialiots de44
mended a coRective security Me,
fam in which Rollie and Red
China would participate :with the
United States end Javan. rem.
nition of Peiping, and disarms.
ment.
Generally fair weather, Which
Prevailed, was considered snore
favorable to the government :
oarty's eances. Pirecrockers an- '',
nounety; the 'meninx of the voting
at 43,703 waling stations through.
out the crein'rv.
The voting was for half of the
250-seat Rouse of Councillors. plus
two sesta in the current bowie 4
tole had been left vacant bY
I death.

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of news newsof
of newsof seasons
Lless" dres.
ind of her
is he could
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say ecdY ecdYa
a ecdYa burlesque
pianist at
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lad who be bety
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tmdergoing
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to ,mayto SAY ply plyJullotM
JullotM plyJullotM she reeily
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of psychis.
mow more
s Exhibit A..
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be's been in
disc for
the's suffer-
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lest enemlee
or with dii- 1
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tht to wage
from Con-
ba,s eopte up
teriminatory
ation in the 4-
bill, to the
he said Is
bit Wile In- :
the CODVetl CODVetltatters,
tatters, CODVetltatters, Cap
ere !Meru-
Is ticheduled 3
11. Kennedy
of the labor 1
) Javits
reek.
longed hem
telling the
suggest that
ales to this
tublic office,
berest in this
ate the hces
ett ,Sitting in
his ;audience
of legislation
"irogulation
,each and
YOUr 1
nu:with the
criminal law
lead in ease
that
ck from the
e employer's
It. Organized
fight in the
t Means po podministration
dministration podministration are against
e theory that
inflation.
me out with
lat they ean
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feanY said.
rome on the
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to bring fat
it is already
Ickers
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Mons of Jai).
polls by es- 4
, chose 127
ter house of
sterday in e
!Ilion 'voters
ballots in th"
ime Minister
eral Demo.
to retain its
rin of
th the United
lade teetotal;
elitists de.
security eye.
an4 R4d I
late :with the :
ranan.
ad disarms.
ether, Which
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government -',,
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violetsall so tempting you 11 ,Nok i,,,:::,7't I :, '1 IC 1 TORRANCE, Calif. (1.1P1).--Two Badger sod the minister gave Don of Red chine: f
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China would participate yith the :
; ,i. les flattery unlimited ":.:A:5:if. 4- : ',.. ...-.: i, :1--4-41 il ALSO: m"""nw. 4 transcontinental "whale-lift." ceelilveedxpironsmes. hTihmatiliust alble I !tried !triedUtd'nmitedin
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more than a tOn of live blubber premier' to nay more!'
f i..":g,t gi.;:: : :..: ., :. :" -,cr ., ,'' ti
.,.,: 4 i l'..!,: ''', ' : -::,?' A, ,.:, .:,1:4 IN PERSON are being transported from ma: ., Mt Badger and Mrs, Madeline nition of Peiping end di. 'arms.. 1
rineland of the Pacific in noarby Bickford of Fairfieldcs cousin of ment.
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Palos Verdes to Marine Studios Badger, also told the jury of ley. Generally fair weather, Which
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c, Two special boxes, equipped Church two mopths ego atter be- 250-seat House of Councillors. ;due ,
LI (Miss Stanley's soearance has been made possible through
With hammocks, were built to Inc arrested, but townsoeople ral- two sesta in the current house 4 r
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Dlek Horne Wins
Club Speaker's AVilta
Dick Horne won the award for
the- member showing the most
improvement at last evening's
meeting, el the Isthmian Toast Toastmasters
masters Toastmasters Club. The speech was his
third prepared speech before the
club. His subject was "How To Be
an Intelligent Listener."
Other members winning awards
for -proficiency and advancement
in public speaking were 'Bob En Engelke,
gelke, Engelke, John Redding and Arthur
O'Leary.
The next meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Toastmasters is scheduled
for Tuesday, June 18. Further in information
formation information ow be obtained from
Cdr, S. E. Taylor, Navy 2434.
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Panama Teastmastors
Hear Impromptu Speechis
Impromptu speeches were fea featured
tured featured at the Monday evening
imeeting of the Panama Toast Toastmasters
masters Toastmasters Club in the Washington
Salon of the Panama Hilton Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Ralph McClain, president,
served as toastmaster.,of the eve evening,
ning, evening, and Steiren Somos was
in charge of table topics.
Stephen Kent received the a award
ward award as the best speaker. Also on
Red Cross Said
In 'Touch And Go'
Financial Shape
ATLANTIC crry, N.J. (UPI)--
The American .Red Cross is in
"touch and go" financial condi condition?
tion? condition? the organization's national
chairman said yesterday.
E. Roland Harriman said the
Red Cross has. been able .to make
endi meet only because of the
"relative moderation of nature"
over the past two years..
He: sppke at the opening pf the
group's 34th national con4ention
here.
Harriman said one third of the
nation's Red Cross chapters raise
their funds through united cam campaigns,
paigns, campaigns, and that hese chapters
fell five million dollars short of
the goal last year.
He ,said the most urgent task
for the iminediate future is to ad adjust
just adjust the Red Cross to the "fantas "fantastic
tic "fantastic explosion" of America's econ economy
omy economy by regearing its fund-raising
policies.
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the speaker's list were Alphonso
Herrera and Kenneth Reiland.
The next meeting of the club
will be held Monday, June 15, at
the Panama Hilton.
Marine Boreal; Employes
Plan Annual Party
The Marine Bureau Employes
annual get-together will be held
Saturday at the Breakers Club,
Coco Solo. A epecial train will
leave Balboa Heights at 5:30 p m mend
end mend will make stops at Pedro
Miguel and Gamboa.
The party committee has an announced
nounced announced that two door prizes, two
round-trip tickets to San Jose,
Costa Rica, courtesy of COPA,
and a "happy hour' basket from
the National Distillers, will be a awarded.
warded. awarded. Walter Wood's orchestra will
for tfter-dinner dancing.
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Mr. and Mrs. Horine
Sall Aboard Ancon
Mr. and Mrs.' Larry Horine
were among the Zone -teachers
who sail today on the SS Ancon.
In New York City; they will join
a tourist group bound for Europe.
JWB Bridge Class
The weekly bridge class for
beginners will meet at eight this
evening at the USO-JWB Armed
Foroes Service Center, All parti participants
cipants participants are urged to attend.
Talk On Pitcairn
Island Schedule
For Friday Night
Pitcairn Island will be the
subject of an unusual program
to take place Friday evening, at
7:30 p.m. at the Balboa YMCA YMCAUSG.
USG. YMCAUSG. Capt. Arthur C. Jones, master
of the S.S, Corinthic will speak,
and show color slides of Pitcairn,
many of them taken taken by the
islanders themselves; and also
unusual picutres of the Panama,
Canal taken from the bridge of
the Corinthic. Sones has been at
sea since October 1915. He has
commanded the Corinthic for al.
most eight years and has bean
through the Canal in this ship 33
times.
The public is invited to attend
the program free of charge.

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Ike ExPlois Possibility Of Upping
Limit On Interest Rates Of Bonds

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower explored with
gongressional leaders last night
the possibility of raising 'the le legal
gal legal limit on interest rates on gov government
ernment government bonds.
One participant at the secret,
White House meeting said that
"no conclusions were reached."
This informant said the possil,
bility of raising interest ceiling(
on both long-term Degotiable
bonds and short-term sayings
bonds was discussed.
The Treasury is unable to issue
any more negotiable bonds
which come in $1,000 denomina denominations
tions denominations because market interest
rates have risen higher 'than the
legal limit of 414 per cent.
The interest on savings bonds
is fixed at 314 per cent.
The UPI informant said the
Letters Await
Many Addressees
At US Embassy
The Consular Section of the A American
merican American Embassy is holding offi official
cial official mail addressed to many res residents
idents residents of the Isthmus. This mail
will be delivered to the address addressees
ees addressees upon presentation of the pro proper
per proper identification.
Those requested to pass by the
Consular Section to pick up this
mail are:
Aaron Anderson, Irlorencio Be
llo, Ernest Bent, Marco J. Casti
llo, Joseph H. Collins, Romain
Corandi, Godfrey, M. D own e r,
Raymond M. Dudley, Alfred V.
Foulen, Oscar Gough, Castora
Hall, alfred O. Haynes, John
Jaeschke, Randolph J. Juegue,
John Kinglock, Felix Marin,. Flo Florencio
rencio Florencio Melgarejo, Santiago Mestro Mestrosa,
sa, Mestrosa, Solomon P. Moses, Felix E.
Murray, Herbert C. Nelson, In Inciano
ciano Inciano A. Newton Jr., Charles
Palmer, Francisca Richards, Rev,
Louis A. Sealy, James R. Sel Selman,
man, Selman, Henry J. Simmons, Daniel
Solomon, Elias M. Tejada, Mar Martina
tina Martina V. de Tejada, Frank Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, Leroy Smith Watson, isaac
N. Williams, Wilfred L. Williams
and Nathaniel Wint.
The American Embassy is o open
pen open between 8:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.

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White House meeting was held to
discuss interest rates, debt man management,
agement, management, and a forthcoming ad administration
ministration administration request for an in increase
crease increase in the ceiling on the na national
tional national debt;
The President, he said, indicat indicated
ed indicated he soon will send Congress a
message spelling out the legisla legislation
tion legislation he wants.
Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Andersen attended the coder coderewe.
ewe. coderewe. Others present were top
leaders of both parties in the Sen Senate
ate Senate and House, and the chairmen
and ranking GOP members of the
HOUS11 Ways and Means Commit Committee
tee Committee and the Senate Finance Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. Rep. Wright Patman 0)-1x.),
who did not participate, predicted
that the administration would re request
quest request soon an increase from 414
to 41,4 per cent in the maximum
interest on negotiable bonds.
He predicted a "terrific fight"
if the request reaches Congress.
Administration s urees said
Anderson outlined the difficulty in
selling long-term bonds in view of
the tightening of the money mar market
ket market and resulting sharp advance
in interest rates.
Also discussed was a forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming administTation request that
Congress raise the legal limit on
the national debt, possibly as high
as 295 billion.
Russia) Albania
Call Satellite
Summit Parley
MOSCOW, Juno 3 (UP1)--A So Soviet
viet Soviet magazine reported t od a y
that the Soviet Union and Alba Albania
nia Albania have called for a Balkan
summit conference to discuss "ur "urgent
gent "urgent questions.'
The New Times magazine said
the meeting would attempt to
"turn the Balkans into a denun denunclearized
clearized denunclearized zone.'
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev is now in Albania, where
he is scheduled to wind up a 12-
day tour tomorrow.
Western observers had predict predicted
ed predicted that a satellite summit meet meeting
ing meeting would result from Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's journey. The New Times
article was the first mention
here of such a meeting.
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DRIVER AWARDSCapt. John L. Lewis, commanding officer of B Company, lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry, pins a motor vehicle driver-W-badge on the first of three members of his com company
pany company who received the award this month. Left t o right are, SpA's Jimmy W. Pakebush, Huston
S. Goggin and George B. Musselman. To receiv e the award a driver must drive at least 12 com complete
plete complete months or 8000 miles without an Army ac cident. (US. Army Photo)

Gas Truck Blast At Pottsville, Pa.,
Kills 11 Prsons; Ten Others Injured

POTTSVILLE, Pa., June 3
(UPI) Fire marshals sought
today the cause of a gas truck
explosion that killed 111 persons
,and injured 10 others. One vic victim
tim victim remained unidentified.
The blast yesterday turned the
liquid propane-filled steel tank of
the truck into a flawing projec projectile
tile projectile that hurled spectators and
firemen hundreds of feet. It was
set off when the truck caught
fire after a highway collision.
The victims in some cases were
decapitated and torn by the flam flaming
ing flaming flight of the tank, ripped jet jetlike
like jetlike from its chassis by the blast
in 7,000 gallons pf liquid propane
gas. The tank, spitting bits of
metal like shrapnel, landed 150
feet away.
The explosion occurred 30 min minutes
utes minutes after the Sun Gas Propane
Co. truck halted behind a school
bus picking up,a passenger and
was rammed in the rear by an another
other another truck on rain-slick Route
122, about 75 miles northwest of
Philadelphia.
The dead and injured included
many motorists and truck drivers
who came to watch firemen bat battle
tle battle the blaze after their vehicles
were tied up in the resulting
traffic jam.
About 85 school children in
buses ahead and behind the two
stHcken vehicles escaped injury
when their alert drivers sped
from the scene, one cutting a across
cross across a field.
Two bodies were hurled against
the windshield of State Trooper
Earl Klinger's automobile, park parked
ed parked 300 feet from the exnlosion
site. Klinger said be saved him himself
self himself by "ducking under the dash dashboard.'
board.' dashboard.' Dozens of firemen and onlook onlookers
ers onlookers who had gathered at the
scene of a highway accident mi miraculously
raculously miraculously escaped injury as the
flames roared 300 feet high.
The blast also pitched the tank
Boy Who Didnif
Like School Kills
Two-Job Father
DETROIT (11130A 15 year
old boy who didn't like school to today
day today shot and killed his father
who was holding down two jobs
to send him through college.
Homicide detectives said Wil William
liam William Thomas Sr., 47, was shot
three times through the chest in
a hallway of his East Side apart apartment.
ment. apartment. His son, William Thomas
Jr., 15, surrendered at a precinct
station a few minutes later.
The boy, his mother, Susie Mae
48, and sister, Gail, 9, were taken
to police headquarters for ques questioning.
tioning. questioning. The boy told Sgt. angus Mc McIntyre
Intyre McIntyre that he had been having
trouble in school and had been
playing hookey on and off all
year.
Why did he shoot his father?
oolice asked.
"Because they've been on me
about going to school," William
replied.
McIntyre said the elder Thomas
wanted his son to get an educa education
tion education and had been working two
jobsas a night porter i,n a drug
store in the morning and as a
mail clerk at nightto try to put
enough money aside so he could
go to college.
The boy told McIntyre he got
his father's shotgun while his
mother was in the basement,
loaded it with shells and hid it on
the apartment roof.
.About midnight, the boy said,
he got the shotgun from the roof
and waited on the fourth floor
stairway leading to the roof.
Ile heard the apartment eleva elevator
tor elevator slop at the third floor and
knew it must be his father, so he
got ready. When his father eame
up looking for him the boy stood
in the arkness of the stairway
and fired three times.
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truck 75 feet through the air. A
loot-deep hole was ripped across
the highway. A stone retaining
wall was blown apart, telephone
potes were knocked down, and
trees uprooted and shredded.
The stage for the tragedy was
set when the school bus travel travelling
ling travelling south down the steep hill
stopped to pick up a pupil. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately behind it was the pro propane
pane propane gas truck, followed by a
tractor trailer owned by the
Branch Transportation Co., Potts Pottsville,
ville, Pottsville, and driven by Walter Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, 54, Reading, Pa.
A second school bus of the Blue
Mountain Jointure School District
and driven by Ronald Kramer,
39, of Auburn, Pa., followed the
tractea trailer.
Kramer said the tractor-trailer
skidded on the wet highway and
crashed into the, rear of the tank
truck. Kramer said fla met; shot
up from the tank truck. Fearing
an immediate explosion, he turned
his bus off the highway end drove
through a field.
The driver of the first bus, Rus Russel
sel Russel Klahr, Schuylkill Haven, also
sped away,
Firemen from the Friendship
Hose Co. at Orwingsburg were
called. As they fought the flames,
spectators gathered. Traffic was
backed up for en estimated four
miles in both directions.
About half an hour after the
accident the tank truck exploded
in a "tornado-like ball of tire,"
according to State Trooper Klin Klinger,
ger, Klinger, his patrol car 300 feet away.
The tank truck had come from
Scranton, Pa., to a Marcus Hook
Menial Patient
Shows tio Remorse
At Killing Parents
HOBART, Okla. (UPI) Clark
D. Brillhart, captured yesterday
and put in a strait-jacket, showed
no remorse at bludgeoning his
parents to death with a heavy
wrecking tool.
"I guess I'll get the electrie
chair,' he told police. "But it
doesn't make any difference.
They never gave me any
freedom. I was planning to kill
them and run away."
Brilltrart, a 23-year-old mental
patient on leave from Ft. Sup Supply
ply Supply mental institution to spend
Memorial Day weekend with his
parents, was captured by a ,high ,highway
way ,highway patrolman at Union City, a
small town southwest of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City.
The manhunt.'watt tmiched off
Sunday night when his parents,
Elmer and Florence brillhart,
were found beaten to death at
their farm near Hobart. Both were
leaders in Oklahoma's mental
health program.
Brillhart surrendered calmly,
but officers put him in a strait straitjacket
jacket straitjacket for the car trip back to
Hobart. He said he was a senior
at Oklahoa State University last
year when his parents put him
in the hospital after a nervous
breakdown.
"They made me do everything,"
he said. "I never had any free freedom...They
dom...They freedom...They had me under their
thumb."
The killing occurred Sunday
evening. It went undetected for
two hours, although Brillhart
went to an uncle's house and raid
he had killed his parents and
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Refinery for loading. It then went
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A tentative list of the dead in included
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all of Grwigsburgh; Paul Myer,
Arthur Myers and Wayne Wolfe,
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Injured included Burd Bachman
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Frank Fetterolf, Pottsville; John
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Bank Nursery. After which several discovered that the beribboned. roll
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these these youngsters of the West Sank Nursery. Flag-poking casualties were reported at a minimum after the
last note faded away.

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newly elected officers. Mrs. Joseph Grezaffi, outgoing president, presented the. gavel to Mrs. Charles C. Early, who
will head the club for the coming term. Shown from left are Mrs. James Angeles, first alternate; Mrs. David Par,.
sons, second alternate; Mrs. Fernando B. Ramirez and Mrs. Maury Cralle, board members; Mrs. Eugenie Wentworth,
treasurer; Mrs. FredHall, secretary; Mrs. Thomas Maybe rry, vicepresident; Mrs. Early and Mrs. Cecil Himes, honor.,
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1 NEW YORK, June 3 (1:1)) They lit torches
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pitching Baltimore to within a half game of first
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melt when the veteran 35-year by Mossi and Gail Harris.
old knuckleballer reeled off his Ted Williams slammed the 2,-
eighth straight victory without 1500th hit of his career but it
a idefeat by beating the Chicago !wasn't enough, and the Athletics
nig Sox, 3-2. !came from behind to overcome

Wtitre Sox, 3-2. !came from behind to overcome
Wilhelm scattered seven hits the last-place Red Sox. Williams
anid struck out eight while boost- reached the milestone with a
ing the Orioles into second' frst-inning double that formed
place, but it turned out to be the part of of a three-run rally,
toughest game he hurbed all Ex-Yankee Tom Sturchvant re reyegi.
yegi. reyegi. lieved starter Ray Herbert in the
e reason for that was gnats. 'first inning and pitched 7 1-3 in inThat's
That's inThat's right, bugs. nings of scoreless ball to notch
They swarmed all over Wil- the victory although Rip Cole Colehelm
helm Colehelm in the first inning as he man relieved him in the ninth.
tried to pitch to the White Sox The A's scored four of their runs
at; Comiskey Park. Wilhelm sald off loser Frank Sullivan.
they were so thick he couldn't Bob Rush of the Braves set the
breathe, let alone pitch. Giants down on five hits to gain
Pirst, Baltimore coach Al Vin- los fourth victory without a loss.
Rush struck .out eight, didn't
cent tried getting rid of the gants
walk a man and never allowed a
it4th a towel. That didn't help.
giant base runner to advance
Then the umpires burned torch torchpast
past torchpast first. Eddie Mathews ha his
es of rolled newspaper around
17th homer in the first inning
It4 mound and that was no good,
either. and the Braves added another
pair off loser Stu Miller in the
'Finally, a group of fireworks fifth.
experts hired by Bill leech of Johnny Temple's sacrifice fly
the White Sox for a post-game with the bases loaded in the
display, exploded a huge smoke eighth inning snapped a 4-4 tie
bomb. That did the trick. and gave the Reds their victory
Unnerved by the gnats, Wil- over the Dodgers. Los Angeles
helm allowed a run without yield- tied the score in the top of the
ing a hit in the first inning and inning on John Roseboro's two
the White Sox picked up another run homer. Bob Mabe was the
unearned run in the fourth. But winner and Clem Labine the Jos JosBilly
Billy JosBilly Klaus belted a two-run horn- er.
er in the sixth for the Orioles Haddix, making his first ap apand
and apand they added the winning run earance since his "perfect" 12-
off loser Bob Shaw in the ninth inning feat against the Braves
On; singles by Willie Tasby, Gene on May 26, gave up eight hits
.WTOodling and Gus Triandos. and struck out six in blanking
.' The Senators defeated the the Cardinals for his fourth
-slumping first-place Indians, 3-2, victory of the year.
In 10 innings; the Tigers blanked A crowd of 28,644 at Foibes
the Yankees, 2-0, and the Athie- Field gave Haddix a standing o
ties topped the Red Sox, 5- vation at the start of the gamc
heered him again when Hal
Milwaukee stretched its Nation- and e
Smith flied out to end the game.
al League lead to 212 games with
a 3-0 triumph over San Francis. Bill Virdon's double and Diet
Groat's single produced the Pi
co; Cincinnati nipped Los Ange
rates' first run in the third in
les, 5-4, and Ilarvey (perfect
ning off loser Larry Jackson anc
game) Haddix of Pittsburgh shut
'they nicked him for two moil
out-St. Louis, 3-0, after the Car Car31,
31, Car31, in runs in the fourth.
dinals beat the Pirates,
the completion of a game sus- Prior to the regularly schedul
game,. Lindy McDaniel of thi
pended on May 3. Rain postpon- ed
Cards pitched three scoreless in
ed the Philadelphia-Chicago game.'
nings to preserve Gary Blay
Ron Samford's 10th inning hom.
lock's third victory in the sus
er for Washington sent Cleveland
pendied
down to its fourth straight de- game of May 3. St. Loul
was leading 2-1 when the gam
feat. Samford hit his homer off
was suspended in the seventh in
reliever Bud Podbielan after the
ning. The Cards added anothe
Indians tied the score at 2-2 in
the eighth. run when Hal Smith singlel
home Bobby Gene Smith in tiv
Bob Allison also hit a homer
eighth. Bennie Daniels was ail
for the Senators, his 10th, as Pe Peloser.
loser. Peloser. dro Ramos pitched a seven-hitter
and struck out eight for his sixth
triumph.
Don Mossi of the Tigers (01UM us Replaces
mited the Yankes to four hits
in posting his third victory a- Is' s s
oainst the same number of
Duna In Lean
losses. Detroit collected only
three hits off loser Duke Maas or P I
and hvo relievers but scored IL mac! Chase
single runs in the second and

. NEW YORK, June 3 (UPI)
ijilh The Columbus Jets, getting good
AY-ENCANT0.35-20 pitching performances from Lynn
Lovenguth and Joe Gibbon and
Errol Flynn in a timely assist from the Havana
ROOTS OF HEAVEN" Sugar Kings, replaced the Buffa BuffannemaScope
nnemaScope BuffannemaScope Color! lo Bisons in first place last night
Jeff Morrow in in the interntional League.
"COPPER SKY" Lovenguth, who starts or re
onomoommemempoloomelmommolol Reyes for the Jets, took over in
the seventh inning of the opening
OM MI 1 INN ME game of a double-header and
IRIVE-IN1 won in the 10th inning, 4-3, Gib
bon, backed by 13 hits, made it
10 TODAY 9:00 I easier for Columbus in the sec second
ond second game when he allowed only
POPULAR NIGHT! four hits and won, 91
$1.10 per CAR! Havana helped Columbus by
edging the Bisons, 1-0. Borrego
Victor MATURE in Alvarez provided the game's on onRed,
Red, onRed, Hot and Blue" I ly run with a second inning hom homer.
er. homer. Walt Craddock and Luis A A,
, A, I Tomorrow, i I rroyo, who relieved Craddock in
1 the seventh. allowed six hats.
BIG ATTRACTION! Warren Hacker, former National
T,eague pitcher, held Havana to
JEFF CHANDLER four hits.
June ALLYSON in Bob Miller pitched the Roches
ter Red.Wings to a 5-1 triumph
'STRANGER IN MT over the Miami Marlins in the
ARMS only other game played. The Toronto-at
- Richrnod game was
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nings of scoreless ball to notch
the victory although Rip Cole Coleman
man Coleman relieved him in the ninth.
The A's scored four of their runs
off loser Frank Sullivan.
Bob Rush of the Braves set the
Giants down on five hits to gain
his fourth victory without a loss.
Rush struck .out eight, didn't
walk a man and never allowed a
giant base runner to advance
past first. Eddie Mathews ha his
rth homer in the first inning
and the Braves added another
pair off loser Stu Miller in the
fifth.
Johnny Temple's sacrifice fly
with the bases loaded in the
eighth inning snapped a 4-4 tie
and gave the Reds their victory
over the Dodgers. Los Angeles
tied the score in the top of the
inning on John Roseboro's two
run homer. Bob Mahe was the
winner and Clem Labine the los loser.
er. loser. Haddix, making his first ap apearance
earance apearance since his "perfect" 12-
inning feat against the Braves
on May 26, gave up eight hits
and struck out six in blanking
the Cardinals for his fourth
victory of the year.
A crowd of 28,644 at Foibes
Field gave Haddix a standing o ovation
vation ovation at the start of the game
and cheered him again when Hal
Smith flied out to end the game.
Bill Virdon's double and Dick
Groat's single produced the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' first run in the third in inning
ning inning off loser Larry Jackson :Ind
they nicked him for two more
runs in the fourth.
Prior to the regularly schtdul schtduled
ed schtduled game,. Lindy McDaniel of tile
Cards pitched three scoreless in innings
nings innings to preserve Gary Blay Blaylock's
lock's Blaylock's third victory in the sus suspended
pended suspended game of May 3. St. Louis
was leading 2-1 when the game
was suspended in the seventh in inning.
ning. inning. The Cards added another
run when Hal Smith singled
home Bobby Gene Smith in the
eighth. Bennie Daniels was the
loser.

LEADIN9r1
, HITTERS "ts9t,

(Based on 125 official at bats)
National League

Aaron, Mil
Aaron, Mil
Burgess, Pit
Pinson, Cinci
Mays, SF
White, St. L
Temple, Cinci
Bouchee, Phil
Cimoli, St. L
Cepeda, SF
Logan, Mil

Kuenn, Det
Fox, Chi
Wood ling, Bal
Maris, KC
Runnels, Bos
Ka line, Det
Mantle, NY
Phillips,Chi
Tasby, Bal
Bridges, Det

46
46
41
47
47
40
47
44
45
46
47

191 37 81
101 37 81
141 17 51
196 41 66
188 42 63
129 20 42
190 35 61
162 26 52
179 28 57
182 32 57
163 20 51

American League

38 151 20 52
46 187 25 63
42 129 1643
32 125 25 41
44 179 28 55
45 180 24 58
37 140 29 45
43 142 16 44
47 189 30 57
45 159 17 47

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Pinson, Reds
Mays, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Jensen, Red Sox
Lemon, Senators

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Skinner, Pirates
Boyer. Cards

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Seriators
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles

LEADING
PITCHERS

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wilhelm, Orioles 8 0
Larsen, Yankees 5 0
Walker, Orioles 4 1
Fischer, Senators 4 1
Brown, Orioles 3 1
Lown, White Sox 3 I
Grant, Indians 3 I

THE PANAMA AMERICAN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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.421
.362
.337
335
.326
.321
.321
318
.313
.313

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.337
.333
.328
.324
321
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48
45
33
38

SS
3
33
32
30

17
14
14
12
lil
11

18
13
12
11
11

(Based on 4 or mora decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Face, Pirates 7 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
Rush, Braves 4 0 1.000
Mizell, Cards 6 1 .857
Antonelli, Giants 7 2 '178

State Department
Claims IOC 'Bowed
To Red Pressure'

1.000
1.000
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.750
.750
.750

WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
State Department accused the In International
ternational International Olympic Committee
yesterday of bowling to commu communist
nist communist pressure in expelling Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist China from membership and
opening the door to re-admission
of Red China.

The department said it hoped
the Armarican public and sports
groups here. and abroad wole,d
"recognize the Communist threats
for what they are" and would in
sist on restoring Nationalist China
lot he committee.

The committee voted in Muitich,
Germany, last Friday to oust Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China on grounds that it
"no longer represents sports in
the entire country of China."
told the Nationalist Chinese they
could apply for re-admission tater
as the representative of Formosa.
Avery Brundage of the United
States, committee chairman, an.
flounced that the committee's ac action
tion action was taken "almost unanimously."

State Department press film
'Lincoln White said al the time
that the committee's action was
"totally inconsistent with its non nonpolitical
political nonpolitical traditions."

In a formal statement read by
Vhite yesterday, the department
aid "it is evident that Commu Commulist
list Commulist pressures have been directed
o obtaining the expulsion of the
'hinese Nationalists."

It said it assumed that the ac action
tion action was "a prelude to pilessures
directed to obtain the taler re readmission
admission readmission of the Chinese Communists."

"This is a political and discrim discriminatory
inatory discriminatory attitude," it said, "which
has no place in the world of
sports."
Communist China's Olympic
delegation withdrew from the
committee earlier this year be because
cause because of the continued recognition
of Natinalist China, Prior to twit,
athletes from both Formosa and
the China Mainland participalcd
in Olympic Committee activities.
In 1958, however, lied China
withdrew its athletes from
olympic Games at Melbourne,
Australia, because athletes trom
Nationalist China were permAed
o participate.

-
FORMER SPRINT CHAMP VISITS PRESIDENCIA Yesterday morning Ralph Metcalfe, vice vicechairman
chairman vicechairman of the sports organizing committee 0f the III Pan-American Games, paid a courtesy
call at the Presidencia. He was received in the Yellow Room on behalf of President Ernesto de
la Guardia, Jr., by Minister Mario Cal Hernandez, United Nations Jelegate Geo. W. Wester Westercresidernial
cresidernial Westercresidernial evil adviser Erasmo de la Guardia, and 'roma Alberto Cupas, sports writer
site radio ,tornmentgtor. The former HS. sprint champion and Olympic star left this morning
tor Costa Rica. He is c tntinuing his tour of 15 Latin American cities which he will visit in 21
days in an endeavor to stimulate interest in the forthcominl games willch take place next
August-September ta Chicago.

El Panama Hilton Announces
Start Of Weekly Golf Contest

5700 MATERIEL MIXED
LEAGUE

.-.-.. 0 .,-..

Teams W L
Hits and Mra 26 10
Tigers 23 13
Loafers 23 13
Jumpers 16 20
Kool Kats 16 20
Katz N Jammers 15 21!
Rolling Five 13 231
Un Lucky Five 12 24
Hits and Mrs 4
Roiling Five
It was a banner evening for the
Hits and Mrs. because they hit
the jackpot in sweeping four
points from the Rolling Five,
while the former jolders of first
place lost all four in another
match. As a result the Hits and
Mirs. have taken over the first
place with a throe point lead.
Spotting the Rolling Five 51
pins a game, the Hits and Mrs.
were not handicapped because
they still were 291 pins better
than the Rolling Five. Jerry
Reid yas, especially hot, with a
211 singleton, 527 scratch and
590 handicap series. He received
a big assist from the Worthen
duet, when Ike tabbed 528 and
Marge 549, both hdcp. For the
Rolling Five Betty Fish held up
her end with a 511 hdcp set.
Loafers 4 Tigers 0
The Loafers took on the role of
the upsetters, when they aami aaministered
nistered aaministered a severe spanking to the
Tigers. Although the Loafers
were getting a 29 pin handicap
they beat the Tigers on the
scratch basis.
Roy Nichols broke out into a
rash of marks in the last game
which carried him to a 568 han handicap
dicap handicap series, thie best for both

W L
26 10
23 13
23 13
16 20
16 20
15 21
13 23
12 24

Sam Snead Squeezes
Into National Open
By A Single Stroke

.. 0

By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (UPI)The slam slammer
mer slammer had himself a scare but Sam
Snead of White Sulphur Springs,
W.Va., will be there nevertheless
bucking his old jinx in the U.S.
Open golf championship at Main Mainaroneck,
aroneck, Mainaroneck, N.Y.t June 11-13.
Now 47 and with time running
out on his hopes to bag the only
major title he never has won,
Snead squee7ed into the Open
field by the margin of a single
stroke in his 36-hole qualifying
test at Washington Monday with
72-70-142. That earned him a
three-way tie for the last of 12
places available at Washington.
One more shot could have meant
curtains for another year.
All but eight of the 150 places
in the field have been filled with
the final eight moving in to-ay
at Atlanta, where rains forced a
postponement Monday.
Wes Ellis of Aldecress, n.j.,
with 65-68-13 in the star-studded
field at Cincinnati, paced the na nalion
lion nalion in the 12 sectional trials con contested
tested contested and most of the top tourna tournament
ment tournament pros survived.
So did Deane iteman of Bethes Bethesda,
da, Bethesda, Md., and Bill Ilyndman of
Abington, Pa., finalists last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in the British amateur

teams. and the Cardins helped
him and the other Loafers with
a 509 for Dan and 517 for Gene.
The Tigers were off their games
and not a, single one of the
Tigers could claw a 500 series,
scratch or otherwise. The best
was Al Ketreewith 479 hdcp.
The four point pickup, put the
Loafers into a tie for second
place.
Jumpers 3 Keel Kati 1
ne Kool Kats lesrned the
hard yay the value of the handi handicap.
cap. handicap. Spotting the Jumpers 55
sticks per game was too much of
a burden for the Kats, because
the Jumpers used the hdcp to win
three of the four points.
Jim Williams, captain and an anchor
chor anchor man of the Jumpers took
control of the Jumpers jolting at attack
tack attack with a 509 scratch.
His opposing captain sat out
the first game, but still Jim
Mingin still finished with a 495
scratch and 525 hdcp. The Kool,
Kats dropped the opener by 27,
the finale by 31 and the TP by
15 sticks.

Unlucky Five 3
Katz N Jammers 1

With four pins separating the
two squads in averages, the bowl bowlers
ers bowlers and bowleretters put on the
closest contest of the evening,
and the Unlucky Five nearly e emerged
merged emerged from the cellar. As is
they are still one point behind.
The Unluckies won the first
round by 23, lost the second by
15, but came back to win the exit
game by 26 and with that the
TP. The two anchor men were
the high men on both teams,
Lou Diasado had a 525 hdcp for
the Unlucky Five, and Julio Go Gomez
mez Gomez a 532 Merl.

cha in pionship.
But there were casualties along
the way. Among the familiar
names missing at tee-off time
next week will be former Open
champs Lew Worsham, Gene Sar Sarazen,
azen, Sarazen, and Tony Manero;
(Dutch) Harrison, Mason Ru Rudolph,
dolph, Rudolph, Porky Oliver, Ellsworth
Vines, Harry Cooper, Sam Urzet Urzetta,
ta, Urzetta, Walker Cuppers Billy Joe Pat Patton
ton Patton and Ward Wettlaider, Al Res Resselink
selink Resselink and Jim Turnesa.
Snead wasn't the only headliner
who had a tight squeeze. Jackie
Burke and Gardner Dickinson
made it among 30 at Cincinnati
only after winning a four-way,
,playoff for two places. Pete Coop Coopler
ler Coopler survived in a four way playoff
at Detroit. Al Balding of Canada
got in by one shot at Buffalo, the
last of nine qualifiers.
The day's hottest golf wag at
Cincinnati's Clovernook Country
Club where 60 of 69 players bat-
tered par. Ellis, who won this
year's Texas Open, was 1-under
with his 133 on five eagles, eight
birdies, 17 pars and six bogies.
Boger McManus of Cincinnati,
low ama4eur of the day, was sec second
ond second to Ellis with 66-69-135. Mas Masters
ters Masters champ Art Wall (137), Bill
,Collins (137), Don Whitt (138), Bo

Ralph R. Reber, genial manag manager
er manager of the El Panama Hilton, an announced
nounced announced yesterday that June 1
started a contest at the Panama
Golf Club.
The contest, he said, is that o over
ver over each two-week period start starting
ing starting June 1, the member golfer
of the Panama Golf Club who
scores the lowest net score over
18 holes will be the recipient of
two complete dinners at the El
Panama Hilton.
This announcement by Sr. Re Reber
ber Reber constitutes the entry of the
El Panama Hilton into another
field of sports on the Isthmus.
Already famous for its annual
World High Diving Champion Championships,
ships, Championships, the El Panama Hilton has
also played host in reoent, years
to many North and South Ameri American.
can. American. tennis players of internation international
al international repute.
, Following one season of scinti scintilating
lating scintilating amateur play attended by
thousands of local tennis fans,
the El Panama Hilton was host
to Jack Kramer's International
Professional troupe, Which scored
a record attendance by those
watching his Australian stars
match wits against each other,
All golfing members at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club are requested to
turn in their score cards, indi indicating
cating indicating the low net score, to Ani Anibal
bal Anibal Macarron, the club pro. Ma Macarron
carron Macarron promises suitable publicity
for the lucky golfer who will be
the guest of the hotel.

Veleranos Defeat
Guaracheros 59-50

The Panama Veterans defeated
Los Guaracheros of Colon 59-50.
in the President of the Republic
basketball classic, held Saturday
at the National Gymnasium of
Panama City before a jam-packed
house.
The winning Veteranos quin quintet's
tet's quintet's captain, Tito Ce Hs, received
a 60 inch Trophy donated by the
President Ernesto de la Guardia.
Jr., who was represented by his
Aide, Lt. Col. Raul Arias Espino
sa.
Earlier in the day, the members
of the Los Guaracheros club ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the Minister of
Government, Jose D. Bazan, paid
their respects to Cie la Guardia
at the Presidential Palace on the
occasion of his birthdaY

Wininger (138), Ken Venturi (139)
were among the Cincinnati quali qualifiers.
fiers. qualifiers. Big Mike Souchak of Grossing Grossinger,
er, Grossinger, N.Y., led the other bug sec section,
tion, section, at Springfield, N.J.. with 68-
69-137. Doug Ford. Mike Fetch Fetchick,
ick, Fetchick, George Fazio, Vic Glieizi and
Shelley Mayfield also qualified
there among a total of 30.
Walker Inman of Eglin Air
Force base, Fla., led Snead's
Washington section with 135 with
Arnold Palmer and Ted Kroll
among the successful 12.
In addition to the 123 who sur survived
vived survived Monday's rounds, 19 others
were exempt from qualifying
tests. Included were defending
chamnion Tommy Bolt, Ben Ho.
'Inn. Dow Finsterwald and Cary
.Middlecoff.

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National League

TEAMS
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Piftsburgh
Los Angeles
Chicago
Cint innati
St. Louis
Philadelphia

Today's Games
San Francisco at Milwaukee
(N)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N)
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)
Yesterday's Results
(Suspended Game)
St. Louis 002 000 010-3 6 0
Pittsburgh 000 010 000-1 4 0
Blaylock (3-3), McDaniel and
Green, H. Smith.
Daniels (3-3), Jackson and
Foiles, Kravitz.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 000 000-0 S
Pittsburgh 001 200 00x-3 1
Jackson (2-6), Brosnan, CheneY
and H. Smith.
Haddix (4-3) and Foiles
Chicago at Philadelphia (Post (Postponed,
poned, (Postponed, rain).
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 000 000-0 5 1
Milwaukee 100 020 00x-3 9 0
miller (3-1), Worthington end
Landrith.
Rush (4-0) and Crandall.

ROCAS
Mouthwash

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27 20 .574 212
25 22 .532
25 24 .510 S12
23 24 .489 612
22 25 .468 7Va
19 27 .413 1012
17 28 .378 1112

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(Night Game)
Los Angeles 000 101 020-4 6 1
Cincinnati 200 100 11x-5 10 0
Drysdale, Labine (2-6) and Rose Rosebort).
bort). Rosebort). Lawrence, Msbe (4-2) Acker
and Bailey.

TEAMS
Clove land
Baltimoro
Chicago
Kansas City
Detroit
Washington
Now York
Boston

Scotch Foursome Touinailiegt
Set For Panama Club $unda

o
An interesting "Scotch Foursome" tourney has been arranged ;
for play at the Panama Golf Club next Sunday. The "IVIache- :
teros" of the club, including some of the lowest handicap Plavl,
ers at the club. have been. matched with a group of the most
charming ladies of the club to play against each other. ..
'Pico" Diaz, who will act ail Master of Ceremonies fOr ths :
tourney, will start the tourney from the No. 1 tee. All matches ;
will be of only 9 holes of play, and all players must start no
later than 2:30 p.m.
The matches have been arranged using the current handi handicaps
caps handicaps of both the ladies and the males. Mike Purdy and FannY
Sanders will act as scorekeepers and starters, while the holders
of all funds will be Julio Valdes and Luis ("Abuelo") Chandeck.
The finale of the tourney will be the most interesting part.
which will consist of a barbecue to be held in the tee house at A
7:00 p.m. aftep the presentation of the priies. Beautiful prizes
have been donated for the winners of the tourney by Fernando
Eleta, Nene Arias, C. A. Porras, Frank Morrice, Gulf Oil Petro-
leum Company,Arturo Motta, the French Bazaar, Roy Watson,
and J. J. Vallarino, Jr.
The club pro Anibal Macarron, will be the "Gran Chef" of ..
:x' barbecue, and he announced that the ladies may bring their
husbands, and the husbands may bring their wives to the feast.
.,,...
The teams, with their handicaps. and their optionents. ars
listed below:
.
Tata;
Name Hdcap Hdcan Hdcan
J. de la Guardia Jr. 1 Denise Messier 30 31 s
Bill Schmitt 2 Chela de Arias 30 32-
Dick Dehlinger 3 Gladys Hatch 27 30
C. Paz RodrWuez 10 Hilda Mercer 25 35,
Frank Morrice Jr. 4 Irma Arango 27 3I
Alberto Arias 5 B. J. Nelsen 35 30--
Louis Martinz 5 sra. Nikolajevic 30 35,
Luis Chandeck 10 C. de Remon 25 3S-
Pedro A. Diaz 6 Mimi Majoli 28 34
Rev Valdes .. 3 C. Shannon 29 32
Miguel J. Moreno Jr. 6 M, Ninomiya 24 30
Max Heurtematte 14 G. Dehlinger 15 29.,
Jim DeSLOndes Jr. 4 Pia Conzani 27 3r .;,;
Col W. Mootv 16 M. Dalton 18 34
Rov Watson 8, M. I Vallarino 19 27,,
Nene Arias 6 R. Guardia 25 31
Geo. Dilfer 9 C. Heurtematte 19 28,,
Tim Woodruff 13 Vicky McGrath 24 17
Julio Valdes 12 A. Mooty 22 34
Jack Mercer 16 B. Dilfer 17 33
Jorge Boyd 12 R. Martinz 20 32
Fernando Eieta 19 Kay Pudrv 10 29
Erasmo de la Guardia 9 Alice Harrington 21 37 I
Raul Arango N. 6 Helen Owens 24 30 ..
J. HarringtOn la Louise Jones 15 32
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Today's Games
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Washington at Cleveland (N)
Baltimore at Chicago -,.
New York at Detroit (N)
Boston at Kansas City (N)

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Detroit oll MO 00x-2 3
Maas (3-3), Shantz, Coates and
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Mossi (3-3) and Berberet.
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Cleveland 000 100 010 0-2 7 1
Ramos (6-5) and Naragon. --
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Wilhelm (2-0) and Triandos. :
Shaw (4-2), Lown and Lollard

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bdm in the first inning as he man relieved him in the ninth. Robinson, Reds 48 e .a.;e...:e-ee. eeee....e. ... ... .. Yesterday's Results
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',,,.. at; Comiskey Park. Wilhelm saA ;off loser Frank Sullivan. Banks, Cubs 4J
t FORMER SPRINT CHAMP VISITS PRESIDENCIA Yesterday morning Ralph Metcalfe, vice vice'''.
'''. vice'''. they were so thick he couldn't I Bob Rush of the Braves set the Pinson, Reds 33 chairman Of the sports organizing committee 0f the III Pan-American Games, paid a courtesy
PS tiB.t tisi mabyuluroig(esShku s : 2. 720 0 Of
brieathe, let alone pitch. Giants down on five hits to gain Mays, Giants 38 call at the Presidencia. He was received in the Yellow Room on behalf of President Ernesto de
GrDeeanniellis. 011 MO 00x-2 3
Shantz, COON and-
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kirst, Baltimore coach Al Vin- les fourth victory without a loss. la Guardia, Jr., by Minister Mario Cal Hernandez, United Nations delegate Geo. W. Wester(83m-3)i,t)ILJ
a c k s o n and HcvMsaared. (3.8)'
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Rush struck ,out eight, didn't men, presideneial legal adviser Erasmo de la Guardia, and Tomas Alberto Cupas, sports writer
cent tried getting rid of the gents AMERICAN LEAGUE
Foiles, Kravitz.
walk a man and never allowed a Lne radio eornMentetor. The former IIS sprint champion and Olympic star left this morning '1
ev8h a towel. That didn't help.
giant base runner to advance Killebrew, Senators
(Night Game)
Then the umpires burned torch- eS tor Costa Rica. He is c eitinuing his tour of 15 Latin American cities which he will visit in 21
es of rolled newsPaPer around Past first. Eddie Mathews hit pis Skowron, Yankees 3 days in an endeavor to stimulate interest in the forthcomine games wlech take place next Mossi (3-31 and Berberiet. i':
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17th homer in the first inning Triandos, Orioles 33 August-September In Chicago.
St. Louis --, t
It4 mound and that was no good,
and the Braves added another Jensen, Red Sox 32
either. 1 pair off loser Stu Miller in the Lemon, Senitors 30
' Finally, a group of fireworks fifth. Pittsburgh 001 200 00x-3 3 1 Cleveland 000 100 010 (ie-2 7 1-.
experts hired by Bill Veech of Johnny Temple's sacrifice fly HOME RUNS El Panama Hilton Announces Jackson (2-6), Brosnan, CheneY
and H. Smith. .,
Iri G tz r ger ant a Id. Podbielan (0-1), and
the White Sox for a post-game with the bases loaded in the Ramos (6-51 Red Naraion. --
display, exploded a huge smoke eighth inning snapped a 4-4 tie NATIONAL LEAGUE Haddix (4-3) and Foiles
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bomb. That did the trick. and gave the Reds their victory Mathews, Braves 17
Unnerved by the gnats, Neil- over the Dodgers. Los Angeles Robinson, Reds ponCedhicargoitijat Philadelphia (Post-
helm allowed a run without yield- tied the score in the top of the Aaron, Braves 1144 'Start Of Weekly Golf Contes (Night Game)
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, ing a hit in the first inning and inning on John Roseboro's two Banks, Cubs 12 Baltimore 000 002 001-4 12 2
the White Sox picked up another run homer. Bob Mabe was the Skinner, Pirates la
Milwaukee( Nigh:007o .00) ee...3 g 0 100 100 000-2 7 t
.- unearned run in the fourth. But winner and Clem Labine the los- Boyer. Cards le Chwici
(4(30-1)),anWd ocrrthainndgtealln. mid Shaw (4-2), 'Lown and Lollard
San Francisco 000 000 000-0 5 1
alh"elm (6-0) and Triandos.
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er of the El Panama Hilton, an- Lendrith.
AMERICAN LEAGUE ewe Rtiv, ,,,,
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flounced managflounced yesterday that June 1
er. in the sixth ter the Orioles Haddix, making his first ap ap1.41,,,
1.41,,, ap1.41,,, and they added the winning run earance since his "perfect" le. Killebrew, Senators 18
, off loser Bob Shaw in the ninth inning feat against the Braves Colavito, Indians 13 Anew, (Night Game)
on; singles by Willie Tasby, Gene on May 26, gave up eight hits Lemon, Seriators 12 7, ,-0 started a contest at the Panama Boston 300 000 000-3 8 1
Voodling and Gus Triandos. and struck out six in blanking Jensen, Red Sox 11 earee,.
. -OM Agit REs- Golf Club. (Night Game) Kansas City 013 000 10x-6 9 0
eee...e, 0 ver each two-week period start- Cincinnati 200 100 11x-5 10 0 8u1Hvan (2-4), Baumann, Wan
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' '', '' The Senators defeated the the Cardinals for his fourth Triandos, Orioles 11 ---e.-- l'e The contest, he said, is that e- Los Angeles 000 101 020-4 6 1 1
'.; slumping first-place Indians, 3-2, victory of the year. 1
:-.. in 10 innings; the Tigers blanked A crowd of 28,644 at Follies .. -- 0 ----. ing June 1, the member golfer Drysdale, Labine (2-6) and Rose- and White. '
the Yankees, 2-0, and the Athte, Field gave Haddix a standing o- LEADING. 5700 MATERIEL MIXED of the Panama Golf Club who bon.
teams. and the Carding helped scores the loweat net scorre over Lawrence, Mabe (4-2) Acker Herbert, Sturdivant (411, Colg'''''''' e
' tics topped the Red Sox, 5- vation at the start of the game
LEAGUE him and the other Loafers with 18 holes will be the recipient of and Bailey.
Milwaukee stretcbed its Nation- and cheered him again when lial man and House.
al League lead to 212 games with Smith flied out to end the game. PITCHERS a 509 for Dan and 517 for Gene. two complete dinners at the El
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Teems W L The Tigers were off their games Panama Hilton.
a 3-0 triumph over San Francis- Bill Virdon's double and Leek
eo; Cincinnati nipped Los Ange- Groat's single produced the Pi- Hits and Mre 26 10 and not a, single one of the This announcement by Sr. Re- d ., ).
rates' first run in the third in- (Based on 4 or more decisions) Lriogaefresrs 23 13 Tigers could claw a 500 series, ber constitutes the entry of the
les, 5-4, and liarvey (perfect
fling off loser Larry Jackson and 23 13 scratch or otherwise. The best El Panama Hilton into another cotch Foursome Tournament
game) Haddix of Pittsburgh shut
'they nicked him for two more
Jumpers 16 20 was Al Ketreewith 479 hdcp. field of sports on the Isthmus. e
out-St. Louis, 3-0, aftee the Car Car3e,
3e, Car3e, in runs in the fourth. NATIONAL LEAGUE Kool Kats 16 20 The four point pickup, put the Already famous for its annual
dinals beat the Pirates, W L Pct. I .
, the completion of a game sus- Prior to the regularly schedue Face, Pirates Katz N Jammers 15 21 Loafers into a tie for second World High Diving Champion Championpended
pended Championpended on MaY 3. Rain Postpon- ed game, Lindy McDaniel of the Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
7 () lem R IF g Fi e 13 23 place. ships, the El Panama Hilton has et For Panama Club!Sunday!;
4 0 1.000 12 24 also played host in repent. years
' ed the Philadelphia-Chicago game.' Cards pitched three scoreless in- Rush, Braves
flings to preserve Gary Blay- Mizell, Cards lien linti-cky vFive
Jumpers 3 Kcal Kati 1 to many North and South Ameri AmeriAn
An AmeriAn interesting "Scotch so tourney has been arranged ;
Ron Samford's nth inning hom homlock's
lock's homlock's third victory in the sus- Antonelli, Giants 6 1 .857 Hits and Mrs 4 cantennis players of internationre---ou-r
om--0
er for Washington sent Cleveland 7 2 .178 Rolling Five il 'rho Kool Kats leaned the al repute.
down to its fourth straight de- Pended game of May 3. St. Louis
was leading 2-1 when the game
hard yay the value of the handi- Following one season of 'scinti- for PlaY at the Panama Golf Club next Sunday. The "Mute-
feat. Samford hit his homer off
was suspended in the seventh in- Wilhelm, Orioles
AMERICAN LEAGUE It was a banner evening for the cap. Spotting the JumPers 55 lating amateur PlaY attended by teros" of the club, including some of the lowest handicap. ellaIrl
reliever Bud Podbielan after the
fling. The Cards added anothe 8 0 1000
5 0 L000 the
Hits and Mra because theY hit sticks Per game was too much of thousands of local tennis fans, ers at the club. haye been. matched with a group of the most
Indians tied the score at 2-2 in r Larsen, Yankees jackpot in sweeping four a burden for the Kats, because the El Panama Hilton was host charming ladies of the club to play against each other.
the eighth. run when Bat Smith s i n g 1 e d Walker, Orioles
home Bobby Gene Smith in the Fischer, Senators 4 1 .Sl1
' points from the Rolling Five. the Jumpers used the hdcp to win to Jack Kramer's International -a,
'Pico" Diaz, who will act aS Master Of Ceremonies fee the ,,1
Bob Allison also hit a homer
eighth. Bennie Daniels was the Brown, Orioles 4 1 .800 while the former jolders of first three of the four points. Professional troupe, which scored tourney, will start the tourney from the No. 1 tee. All matches I
for the Senators, his 10th, as Pe- 3 1 .750
later than 2:30 p.m.
loser. place lost all four in another Jim Williams, caPtain and an- a record attendance) by those will be of only 9 holes of play, and all players must start no
dro Ramos pitched a sevenhitter Lown, White Sox 3 1 .750
and struck out eight for his sixth Grant, Indians 3 1 .75,0 match. As a result the Hits and chor man of the Jumpers took watching his Australian s t a r s
triumph. Columbus Replaces Mire have taken over the first control of the Jumpers jolting at- match wits against each other. The matches have been arranged using the current handi handiplace
place handiplace with a three point lead. tack with a 509 scratch. All golfing members at the Pa- cans of both the ladies and the males. Mike Purdy and -IrannY
Don Mossi of the Tigers II II.State
.State II.State Department spotting the Rolling Five 51 His opposing captain sat out name Golf Club are requested to Sanders will act as scorekeepers and starters, while the holders
mine! the Yankees to four hits
in posting his third victory a- Buffalo In Lead ems a game, the Hits and Mrs. the first game, but still Jun turn in their score cards, hide 0f all funds will be Julio Valdes and Luis ("Abuelo") Obandece.
were not handicapped because Mingin still finished with a 495 eating the low net score, to Am- The finale of the tourney will be the most interesting part;
painst the same number of
losses. Detroit collected only Claims IOC 'Bowed they still were 291 pins better scratch and 525 hdcp. The Kool hal Macarren, the club pro. ma- which will consist 'of a barbecue to be held in the tee house 9,6 e
than the Rolling Five. Jerry Kats dropped the opener by 27, -earron Promises suitable publicity 7:00 p.m. aftert the presentation of the priees. Beautiful prizes
three hits off loser Duke Maas OHL HO Chase Reid yas, especially hot, with a the finale by 31 and the TP by for the luckY golfer who will be have been donated for the winners of the tourney by Fernando ..
and two relievers but scored
single runs in the second and To Red Pressure r 211 singleton, 527 scratch and 15 sticks.
590 handicap series. He received the guest of the hotel. Eleta, Nene Arias, C. A. Porras, Frank Morrice, Gulf Oil Petro.; .: A
leum Company,'Arturo Motta, the French Bazaar, Rov Watson,
, NEW YORK, June 3 (UPI) a big assist from the Worthen Unlucky Five 3 and J. J. Vallarino, Jr.
11h The Columbus Jets, getting good WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e duet, when Ike tabbed 528 and Katz N Jammers 1 Veleranos Defeat
' ODAY ENCANTO 35-20 pitching performances from Lynn
Lovenguth and Joe Gibbon and State De artment accused the In- Marge 549, both hdcp. For the
ternationPal 01 C
yellow ommtttee Rolling Five Betty Fish held up With four pins separating the G The club pro Anibal Macarron, will be the "Gran Chef" of
:V barbecue, and he announced that the ladies may bring their
Errol Flynn in a timely assist from the Havana her end with a 511 hdcp set. two squads in averages, the bowl- uaracheros 59-50 husbands, and the husbands may bring their wives to the feast.
"ROOTS OF HEAVEN" Sugar Kings, replaced the Buffa- yesterday of bowling to commu- .,....
ers and bowleretters put on the
nist pressure in expelling Nation-
CinemaScope Color! lo Bisons in first place last night Loafers 4 Tigers 0 closest contest of the evening, The teams, with their handicaps. and their optements. are
alist China from membership and
, Jeff Morrow in in the interntional League. and the Unlucky Five nearly e- The Panama Veterans defeated listed below: -
. "COPPER SKY" Lovenguth, who starts or re opening the door to re-admission
.of Red China. The Loafers took on the role of merged frorq the cellar. As is Los Guaracheros of Colon 59-50.
tameeeeieeeseeeesearessa lieves for the Jets, took over in- the upsetters, when they aumi- they are still one point behind. in the President of the Republic Tote).
the seventh inning of the opening The department said it hoped nistered a severe spanking to the The Unluckies won the first basketball classic, held Saturday Name Hdcap Hdcap' Mean
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NM MB 1 MN 1111 game of a double-header and the American public and sports Tigers. Although the Loafers round by 23, lost the second by at the National Gymnasium of j. de la Guardia Jr. 1 Denise Messier 30 31 s
won in the 70th inning, 4-3, Gib- were getting a 29 pin handicap 15, but came back to win the exit Panama City before a jam-pack- Bill Schmitt 2 Chela de Arias 30 32.,- .t.
I groups here. and abroad wou'el
DRIVE.-IN bon, backed by 13 hits, made It' -recognize the Communist threats they beat the Tigers on the game by 26 and with that the ed house. Dick Dehlinger 3 Gladys Hatch 27 30,e
1 7:00 TODAY 9:00 I easier for Columbus in the sec second
ond second game when he allowed only for what they are" and would in scratch basis. TP. The two anchor men were
sist on restoring Nationalist, china Roy Nichols broke out into a the high men on both teams, The winning Veteranos quin- C. Paz Rodriguez
tet's captain, Tito Celis, received Frank Morrice Jr. 10 Hilda Mercer
4 Irma Arango 25
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POPULAR NIGHT! four hits and won, 91 lot he committee. rash of marks in the last game Lou Diasado had a 525 hdcp for a 6t) inch Trophy donated by the Alberto Arias 5 B. J. Nelsen 35 30.-
$1.10 per CAR! 1 liavana helped Columbus by which carried him to a 568 han- the Unlucky Five, and Julio Go- President Ernesto de la Guardia. Louis Martinz 5 sra. ,Nikolajevic 30 35,
I Victor MATURE in edgine the Bisons, 1-0. Borrego The committee voted in Multich, dicap series, the best for both mez a 532 Here Jr., who was represented by his Luis Chandeck
Aide, Lt. Col. Raul Arias Espino Pedro A. Diaz 10 C. de Remon
6 Mimi Mattel 25'
28 3S-
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Alvarez provided the game's on- c,,
ermany, last Friday to oust Na- 3 C. Shannon 29 21.
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Ity MARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Big Ed
Walsh, who won 40 games in an
AMstriCan League season, died the
day Harvey- Haddix turned in 12
perfect innings. for the Pirates a against
gainst against the Braves .for the greatest
pitching, performance in baseball
history. Southpaw Haddix1 reward
was being beaten in the 13th in inning.
ning. inning. Perfect was not good' enough.
It's remarkable how many tre tremendous
mendous tremendous pitching accomolish accomolishments
ments accomolishments end in deefat, Bob Feller
lost, 1-0, for example, tbs eller ellernoon
noon ellernoon he established the major'
league record by striking out 18
Tigers.
Big Ed Walsh was the victim
.4 of :similar misfortune. During the
beat of the memorable, three-way
Ainerican League pennant race of
laop, the Irishman who climbed
out of a PennitylVS11111 coal mine
strpck out 15 and yielded a great
Cleveland club only four hits, yet
Ott White Sox were beaten, 1-0,
as .iticidie Joss churned his perfect
game.
Walsh strikingly illustrated what
the's 'spitball, ivhich many, includ includinc.1
inc.1 includinc.1 Commissioner Ford Fric k,
wad like to see back, could do
for a pitcher, As a youngster,
Wash had nothing but a fast ball
to attract attention. His curve
wasn't good.
I
Because welsh popularized the
spitball, his transformation best
tstli the story of its origin. Young
Walsh knew nothing of the spitball
thkt was to make feared and
famous when he reported to Jim Jimmji
mji Jimmji Callahan at Marlin Springs,
Tex., In the spring of 1904.
o yitahh obtained the biggest break
of his illustrious baseball life when
hot drew Elmer Stricklett as a
roommate. Stricklett had b-!en
mbnkeying with the spitter for two
limning. He had picked it up on
thli Pacific coast from Giorge
Aikdebrand, who was to come up
Ai an Amerion :League umpire
and who, strangely ,enough, was
ad outfielder.
Noticing Walsh's effectiveness
kith only speed and an undistin undistinguishad
guishad undistinguishad ctirve, Strieltiett, who was
41 veers older than the recruit,
Cortici to experiment with him.
:,listanse the White Sox had hur hurling
ling hurling glints7 headed by: Doc White
alti Nick Altrock,,Walsh, the Iron
!Alm, got in no more than 20 games
inhis first two seasons. But when
Walsh helped pitch the Hitless
110nders to the pennant end world
championship in 1906, no other
1.11,cher could break off a spitter
xite like ha did. He was thedad thedad.
. thedad. t of the saliva slingers.

rown

JOE.,W.MIIA4S,

:; Ithough hit was called Big Ed
lig Moose, Walsh was not an
i large man by today's stand

Supposing the Pirates had lilted
Harvey Handl for a pincir-bitter
atter 12 innings of perfect ball,'
then rallied tor a winning margin,
and the reltier had proceeded to
hold the &Laves In check, who
would cave- been the winning
pitcher?
This ,was the quixotiCally hypo hypothetical
thetical hypothetical quei-tion we dropped in
Warren Giles suety lap yester yesterdel.
del. yesterdel. The. National League presi president
dent president gazed lit it morosely, mop moppetl
petl moppetl his expansive brow. mumbled,
"al .if this heat weren't Dui
enough.'
We vat persistent. The win winning
ning winning pitcher, please. .would it be
the 33-year-old veteran who ban
made baseoall history; or the
imaginaty buil-penner. who work worked
ed worked only one inning, protecting a
lead which nad been denied the
magnificent iladdix?
Giles sighed despairingly. "Your
repulsive bull-penner, that's weo.
It would have been his game to
win or Jose Haddix would have
been erased as a consideration e eta,
ta, eta, the 12th inning, at which stage,
OA he was neither winner or loser.
Not the most desirable or equit equitable
able equitable procetaue I concede, yet, ad adhering
hering adhering to custom, that's the way it
would have had to' be."
Returning to reality. the Braves
scored in the 13th, and Haddix
was the loset, despite the longest
skein of flawless pitching the
game has ever known. Still, as
notcl, the Pirates could have WOn
and in the circumstances, the
epic 1rformance Would have
SOnt tmrecognized in the W
Li columns,
The confusion which attended
the Braves' 'oelated surge invited
further dalliance with the pipe.
Joe Adcock's climatic home run
became a intre double when Hank
Aaron headed for the dugout after
reaching second. Having contin.,
ued to third Adcock was technical technically
ly technically quilty of passing a these run runnet.
net. runnet. Why should a hitter be penaliz penalized;,
ed;, penalized;, for somebody else's boo bool
Taldng another long drag of the
poppy, we dreamed up this one
for, Giles: Supposing Adcock had
tied' the Babe's deltaic 60,. and this
particular home run thug meant- a,
new record one which has stood',
for 32 years. would the ruling still
be tbe lame?,,....
' -
Firmer are Homers HomersThe
The HomersThe National League prexy nod nodded.,
ded., nodded., ,gloomily4 rules,1 left 'no
alternative.' ;lust r' the same,' it
wasn't cricket. Wasn't even base

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ball, in lam And personally, he'd
accept a entirely valid any re record
cord record achievetitinder the described
conditions. Technical penalties
were necessary to orderly play,
but despite endences to tne con.
trary, common sense still has its
merits, aowever small.
"Any home run, regardless of
-eircumstitnoes. should be accord.
ed its full due," said Giles. "la Its
legitimacy ,ts unquestioned, what
else can a home run be but a home
run? And ,ccrtainly Adcock's was
legitimate, 400 tooter over the
fence.
"Our problem' in this respect
is expliut rules which will protect
the innoant from the guilty, so to
speak. If the rules, for example
neclared Aaron automatically out
the oment he abandoned the
bag(Ise would have ceased to be
a base runnel. There would then
have been no bias runner for Ad.
cock to pass. and, therefore, he
wouldn't not have lost dredit for
a home run."
The leagut leader gave the idea
the once more yith feeling treat treatment.
ment. treatment. found it beguiling and con concluded
cluded concluded legislation along tnese
lines was lust, wha' the game need needed
ed needed to mimmtze confusion, and, at
the same time, preservelim ttom
Clud 9 interviews in furnace biast
weather.

The Danger Is There
The headless horsemen capers
Giles would eliminate, generally
occur in the last, or game-ending
inning. Immediately the deciding
run is, scored, all action stops. If
the key hit is between outfielders,
it is ignored. Superfluous base baserunners
runners baserunners dash for the club house.
This has always been standard
practice. And since the winning
run is all that matters. no effort
is ever made to compel the hitter
or the runners to further, end us usually
ually usually pointless activity. Yet this
is the source of the confusion; it
makes possible the Aaron-Adcock
jams.
No lotus nibbler conjured the
base path delinquency which cost
the Giants the championship in
'08, and stigmatized for life a 19-
year-old rookie, Fred Merkle, as a
bonehead.
He was od first, with two out
and failed to run to second on the
hit which apparently had driven
home ,the winning run. Instead,
he sped for the showers. That was
51 years ato and still no reme remedial
dial remedial medsureshave been tried, At
theiriskpf being slandered as,an
odlout progressive: Giles appears
reedy now to make a move.

Hack Top Pitching Feat
Fp Mows Weird Pattern

Harvey Haddix
He threw. straight overhand,
fielded well, was anything but an
All-America out at bat. No ter
right-hander had such a clever
move to first base. He picked off
many a runner.
Four out of five Walsh pitches
were spitters. He broke the oft.
ter where he wanted it, usually
around the knees. ft broke in or
out. That was the only thing he
couldn't call.
Walsh said his biggest' thrill
was strildng out Napoleon La.
joie with the bases loaded, two
out in the ninth and the Hitless
Wonder. leading, 3 2.
knew a spiiIter was what La.
joie expected, recailed Walsh.
'So crossed Billy Sullivan by
shooting a fast bell right through
the.middle waist high. Lajoie was
so dumbfounded he didn't even
take the bat off his shoulder."
Lajoie never got over striking
out with the bat on his shoulder
and losing the pennant for Cleve.
land in the key game of the tam.
ous three-yay race of 1909.
Walsh was the strikeout king
of his time. He won 17 games in
1906, 24 in '07, 40 in '09, 15 in '09,
18 in '10, 27 in '11 and '12. He
terally pitched his arm off for Old
Romeo Comiskey. He was in see.

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PMINiMMd,

Rosi
Meets Chan

in Washington

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By JACK CUDDY
WASHINGTON (UPI) Cham Champion
pion Champion Joe Brown and Italian Paolo
Rosi, the oldest pair in ring his history
tory history to fight for the lightweight
crown, are gated for a 15-round
title bout tonight at Uline Arena.
"Old Bones" Brown, 38, is a
solid favorite at 144 to beat "Old
Baldy' Rost, 31, because of his
combined boxer puncher ability
and because, the less-experienced
sluger from Italy cuts easily
about the eyes.

The action will be televised na nationally
tionally nationally by ABC. Brownformerly
of New Orleans but mow fighting
out of Houston, Tex.'engages
Lis 100th professional bout and
makes his seventh defense of the
135-pottod crown.
The slender Negro has been a
busy, popular champion.
CROWD of 7,000-8,000
Promoter Go Idle Ahearn ex expects
pects expects a crowd of uetween 7,000
and 8,000 for the indoor bout, and
a gate of between 350.000 and
$00,000. tickets range from $5
to $15.
Baldish, brown-haired Rost of
led, Italybut now a United
States citizen living in New York
Cityhopes to become the first
Italy-born world lightweight cham champion.
pion. champion. Should he upset the possibly
fading Brown. Paolo would be the
oldest man ever to win thia title.
Brown and Rocky Kansai both
won it at 30.

Despite their ages, Brown and
Rosi seem almost juveniles com compared
pared compared to Archie Moore, 42 or 45,
and Sugar Ray Robinson, 39the
top men in the light heavyweight
and middlewetght divisiong.
But Joe and Paolo certainly are
not juveniles in the youth-nreferred
lightweight class, which
demands a speed almost mat to
that of featherweights and ban bantamsand
tamsand bantamsand a punch almost as ex.
plosive as that of welterweights
or middleweightsand the stami stamina
na stamina to go with speedand the rug ruggedness
gedness ruggedness to weather explosives.
NO 'RETURN' CLAM
,
Champion' Joe bas' been lin tx txcellent'
cellent' txcellent' bokerluncherl Hrhad 'a'
solid left jab, And he could knock
out an otoonent with his left hook
or straight rikht.
In his 99 bouts, Brown had 72
victories, 16 defeats, nine draws,
two no-contests. He registered 32
knockouts and was stopped three I
times.

Mean While, raw boned Rost
earned this title shot by coming
through his last nine bouts with without
out without a defeat, although held to a
draw by Leo Alonzo in 1957. His
hest wins were 11 decision and a
knockout over Bobby Scanlon and
s decision over Johnny Russo.
nix year he outnninted TIRO,
riorde and stopped "'rankle Ryi!
(3).
Because Pablo, Is a converted
southpaw, his left hook is even
more dangerous than his straight
right.
An upright, aggressive slugger,
he scored 1.1 knockout( while win winnine
nine winnine 711 of his 3f1 fights.
Theie is no return-bout con conIract,
Iract, conIract, should Rosi win.

Parthia Wins
Epsom Derby

EPSOM, !England, Juno 3
(UPI) Parthia, a 10 to 1 shot
owntel by Sir Humphroy de
Trafford, gaNped to a smash.
ing victory today in the 150th
and richest running of tho Eng Engglish
glish Engglish Doi.
Pic(' Igo finished second and
Shantung 'dyed out Saint Oros.
pin ono of tho favorites
from Prince Aiy Khan's stable,
for third plus.
Dan Cupid, ownod by Mrs.
P.A.'S. Widow of Philadelphia,
and Arvak, owned by Mrs. Jo
whin Bay Paul of New York,
finishod out of tho money in
England's first 0100,000 ram

BOATS TAKE OVER

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla (NEA)
-1A, field of 200 Is expected tow.
ticipate in the Southeastern Dili.
sion Outboard Boat Races on Lake
Lloyd, which is within the Daytona
International Speed-wayt June 13-
14.

en games in nine days in one
stretch in '08, wound it up by beat.
ing the Red Sox in bioth epds of
double-header.
Walsh fanned a dozen shutting
out the Cubs, 3-0, with two hits
in '06, a World Series record
which stood fop-23 years. He turn.,
ed in a no-titter against the Red
Sox in '11.
Big Ed Walsh listed among bls
ritlITIATOUS accomplishments a fun.
go hitting record of 418 feet es establisbed
tablisbed establisbed in 112 and which SJOCi
until '29, when Babe Ruth hit one
447.
You aee, you always wind up
with Ruth.

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Key Ones, Philadelphia Story

By AL CARTWRIGHT
CINCINNATI NE(A) Eddie
Sawyer sat in the dugout in clas classic
sic classic managerial posture, legs
crossed, arms folded, slowly chew chewing
ing chewing gum as he watched his club
warm up for another defense o:
last place.
The Phillies' leader continued to
Inspect as he talked of reconstruc reconstruction.
tion. reconstruction. He didn't sigh, but you sm.
ed that he felt likie. it. N
"It sure takes a long time to
build a club," Sawyer medAated
over his cud. "Bob Carpenter
must have the patience of a-saint."
The Phillies keep runnititbut of
bricks. Even the long-shot Cardi Cardinals;
nals; Cardinals; from this seat, appear much
more solid. If the Phils are to fin finish
ish finish ahead of anybody it hat to be
the Cubs.
"A young clubyou can't beat
it," Sawyer went 'on, as though
thinking out loud.
"If we had some kids in the
minors who were ready, or even
nearly ready, I wouldn't hesitate
to bring them up now. But we
don't have any prospect' who are
that far' along. The system has
some good-looking youngsters, but
they are definitely future-booK.
"That's why I wanted to get
Chris Short off our bench and to
Buffalo, where he can pitch regul regularly.
arly. regularly. Wqe need a stout young pitch pitcher
er pitcher like him, especially a left-handed
one.
"Short is the prize of our or organization
ganization organization pitchers, the best bet
to make the big leagues in the
shortest. time. Unless everybody

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organizations have begun to re respond
spond respond to the need of funds to
send the Teener All,Stars to the
National Teen-er Baseball Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at Hershey, Pa., it is re reported
ported reported by Bill Gaylord, treasur treasurer
er treasurer of the V.F.W. Teener Baseball
League.
Business concerns and fraternal
organizations, large and small,
have brightened the fund picture
this week with donations. E,so
Standard of the Canal 7,one, was
first among the Business firms
to contribute to this year's need,
while Balboa No. 1414
was the first fraternal order.
The league wished to thank the
following: Wilford and McKay,
525; American Supply Co., $5;
C.O. Mason, $25; Esso Standard,
510; Tropelco, $50; Catholic
Datighters of 'America, 5; 3nd
the Balboa 13.P.O. Elks, $25. In
addition, $26 for boosters tickets
were banked.
Some boy on the Isthmus will
go with the ,All Stars as Equip Equipment
ment Equipment Manager. That Teener will
be the one who sells the most
booster tickets. Early reports
show John Carlson with 102 sold
and Jos Arreguin with 101. Loth
boys are from the Pacific side.
Charley Bath Jr., from Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, reports 30 sold.
All reports have not been re-.
ceived, but It appears to be a nip
and tuck battle between Carlson
and Arreguin. A more complete
report will be published around
June 20' to let the booster sales salesmen
men salesmen know their relative stand standInc
Inc standInc Since these sales have not
been turned in to date, they nave
not been accounted for as income
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misses his guess, this season in
Triple A will do the trick for Inm."
Sawyer was just indicating his
reputation as a manager who pre prefers
fers prefers youth. He won a pennant in
'50 with a club that didn't know
it was a year ahead of time.
This is a strange situation for
him in his encore as Bob Carpen Carpenter's
ter's Carpenter's field manager. He finds
some of the kids of '50 still around
but kids no longer. They are de deteriorating
teriorating deteriorating players Jones, Ash Ashburn,
burn, Ashburn, Roberts, Simmons. Slipping
baliplayers, but still key ones,
'which is the tipoff On the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia stvry.
Jones can't get o4 a quarter at
third base, to give him the oene oenefit
fit oenefit of the extra 15 cents.
Ashburn slashes and chops sin singles,
gles, singles, but they are harder to come
by, and when they are you notice
MOTO than ever that he never
drives in a run, that he can't
throw, that he still catches hund hundreds
reds hundreds of fly balls but that his re
turns 'em to the infield as though
he never heard of a relay man.
Roberts is trying to recapture
lost glory al a dart throwing
pitcher, not as a flame-thrower.
Simmons is a disabled-list lefty.
Sawyer had to tell two other
members of the glorious Whiz
Kids, Granny Hamner and Stan
Lopata, that the honeymoon was
over. There was proof that the
sentimental' era is no more.
One pennant kept a lot of play players
ers players contented and kept a lot of
'em in Philadelphia. John Quinn,
in his first year as general man manager,
ager, manager, has a broom in one hand
and an ax in the other.
There are others, interim ar arrivals,
rivals, arrivals, who are not Sawyer's idea
of pennant-yinning material, cith cither.
er. cither. But the show must go on. 'He
shuffles and he switches person personnel,
nel, personnel, hoping to have the right bloke
in the right spot at the right time,

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trying to balance hitting potential
with a defense that can get some somebody
body somebody out, whilo the Phi Hies w.tit
for results down on the farm.
As the Phi Hies cull out the Ham Hamners,
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and Moreheads, it all has a fami familiar
liar familiar ring to Eddie Sawyer, who ex experienced
perienced experienced th,, same transition with
his original Phi ls.

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autemetic, washer' period condi condiSanta
Santa condiSanta Clare R. de P. Phone Pa- apartment, hot water installation tom V-8 Ford, duty paid, 25,000 tools, bench. saw, compressor, Non. 4 pc. peers, in the Nuevo ilipluireme
us 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. with heater, maid's room, large miles, e x c e I I e n t condition, etc. 5183-A Parson St. Diablo bleed bedroom set
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at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone apartment with all utilities. suit- molts; portable roster-oven; electekity. CaN W. Melanie&
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Smith. Csamboa 302. able for office or small familias. FOR SALE:-1948 Oldsmobile, ords. Classical and popular. Big Tel. 4-0976. SO
new Westinghouse steam iron, By SAM SHULSKY
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lamps, etc. Panama 3-6818.
, Foster cottages. between banta paid. Good transportation, apply 37th Street No. 6-A.
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paha. across The Panama Hilton. Q. 1 am 'a widow of 72 with
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Going vacation? Grand sale In- DINING ROOM sot, reviser. SERVICES Bethlehem and General Dyna- 30 1
Clots and Rio Hato. New low
Gamboa. 5re I
l':.; rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT:-One bedroom fur- dians pre-Colombian motis. Take ator, Rattan furniture. home ar- mks. I also receive social secu
1,7','. naked apartment, Automobile FOR SALE:-'54 Chevrolet 4 advantages. Arte Las Americas. fides, 561 Corozal. Balboa rity. I had been planning for a 37 I
1617. long time to switch but I have
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Houses Row, S70.00 monthly. Tele- door sedan, excellent condition, National Ave.
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BciacaraodltianUrtanalguime 34Vs 1
, No. 77334 2 DE LUXE FOR SALE: -- Kenmore 1957, -6- taxes I would, have to pay. I
radio, cash only. Must sell by 15 specialist. We service a makes AVCO Mfg
..., automatic dryer 5175.00. Qtrs. 16 i
June. Call Navy 3731. COLDSPOT AIR CONDITIONS, would like to buy some General R
299-A Albrook AFL Phone 86- and models. We don't pretend te
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,', FOR RENT :-Completely tut,- FOR RENT:-Cangreio. Furnish- 7.5 Amps., 34 HP 115 Volts. Motors and Al and T. and U.S. 51 ;.
guarantee our work. We guar- 10b
,..- nished chalet, two bedrooms, liv- ed one room apartment with FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine, Completely automatic, Remov- 3102 can be men anytime after Foil B.
antes it.
8:00 a.m.
13Creirlisr. oh dePePt an 610
1. sport car in fine conditions. For able filter, extractor and do doing,
ing, doing, dining room. kitchen. maid's bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
.f information call 3-1141 be-
water, new furniture. $85.00. humidifier. Guaranteed. Reg- FOR SALE:-Combination Hi-Pi Aye. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905. A. You have two good stocks,
but evidently heave been rectivthg I
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room, garage, etc. For six months.
tween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and ular 5219.95 NOW $178.00. some silly advice.
,,! 95th Street No. 43. $185.00. Call 3-1789. set. with a "Garrard" turntable, a ould do some
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, Gen, FOR RENT:---Furvtished 3 bed- apartment at Cangreio. Two FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury se- CONDITIONER, 34 HP 115 speaker. and a "Pyg" ell-band ty against insect si a m a a 41.
eral Dynamics alone don't meke
C Co h I r g y a s t I e er Palmolive
room house in Bella Vista 3110. bathrooms, maid's room with dan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic, $375. Volts, 7500 BTU. Completely radio, enclosed in a beautiful ma maemergency
emergency maemergency or monthly budget
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up a well-rounded portfolio.
?. 43rd St. No. 1-107. Tel. 3- bathroom, large kitchen. porch, Call Balboa, 2871. automatic, 2 zpeeds, Easy in- hogany cabinet. $200.00. Two Who ever has been frightening 66
innerspring m a t t re a a s and basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
'''' 0696. garage, hot water. large living- FOR SALE;-1959 Thunderbird, stallation. Guaranteed. Regular springs for twin beds. Ali four ham. 14977 p, col trn. you about taxes is ill-informed.
Loose talk on taxes heas done as
Crown Cork and Seal 56
- ----------- dining room. "D" Street and Al- 5239.95 NOW $188.00. 134
W, W tires, low mileage. Car like pieces $125.00. Call the Rey
, FOR RENT:-4 bedroom cha chaberto
berto chaberto Navarro, Raquel Building. new. Color Black. Call 36-444 Allan R. Wentt, 4-598 Paraiso. much to block good portfolio plan,-,..i..
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let All independent. No. 36, 7th
Tel. 2-2379. 3-6170. No. 563340 1 COLDSPOT Special Offers Ding as any other single factor 1 26b
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
Street, Golf Heights, information 521a
., AIR CONDITIONER 34 HP FOR SALE:-RCA refrigerator, 7 can think of.
Taxes on a long-term (more
,: 2-2407. FOR RENT:-In Cangreio. two FOR SALE:-1942 Stud'ebaker 115 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com- cubic feet, 2 years old. Magic 32;4
---------:- bedrooms apartment, two princi- 12 ton pick-up truck. Will go to pletely autodmatic. Removable Chef apartmant size gas stove. than six months) capital gain are t-,
FOR SALE:-Completely furnish furnishpal
pal furnishpal bathrooms, maid's room with WANTED:-Bilingual secretary only half your regular rate and vu Pont
best offer. Duty paid. Call Ft. filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed. Ave. J. G. Duque No. 21, La
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nama Panama 3- 1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
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Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith Gamboa 302.
Fostor cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses I
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, two bedrooms, liv living,
ing, living, dining room. kitchen, maid's
room, garage, etc. For six months.
95th Street No. 43. $185.00.
Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Furnished 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom house in Bella Vista 3110.
43rd St. No. 1-107. Tel. 3-
0696.
FOR RENT:-4 bedroom cha chalet
let chalet All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street, Golf Heights, information
2-2407.
FOR SALE:Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house (chalet) 2
bedrooms, hot water, extra large
porch. Road facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
house, living room office, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, large kitchen, maid's room
with bathroom, garage, for large
Bella Vista. Tel. 3-7921.
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: -- 316.80 square
meters. suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be behveen
hveen behveen Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. S235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
Rooms I
FOR RENT:Furnished room for
hY0 Person with good habit'.
Family house, chalet in Betania
No. 614.
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Motorcycles
FOR SALECushman acootot I
wheeler. 2 speeds fonvard, I re reverse,
verse, reverse, in running condition. SSO.
Yet. Balboa 3464.
FOR SALE: Ono s c t
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thermoplastic installation.
400 meters of 2 conductor No. 12, 600 volts with ther thermoplastic
moplastic thermoplastic installation.
1,400 meters of armored cable for underground instal installation
lation installation No. 12 2 conductor 600 volts.
100 meters of armored cable for underground installa installation
tion installation No. 8, 2 conductor 600 volts.
One aviation beacon complete similar to Crouse-Hinds
type DCB-36 rotating beacon.
One 15 foot beacon tower for mounting DCB-36 rotat rotating
ing rotating beacon.
70 each cone type airport marker lights, for multiple
connection similar to Crouse-Hinds type APB.
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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 Espaha.
paha. Espaha. across The Panama Hilton.
FOR RENT:One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Automobile
Row, $70.00 monthly. Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, Balboa 2870.
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:T hree bedroom
apartment at Cangreio. Two
bathrooms. maid's room with
bathroom, large 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:Modern three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment in Oangreio. 2
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, large kitchen, front porch
and baik, garage, hot water, large
living-diningroom and dinnette.
"V Street and Via Argentina,
Aurora Building, Te Is. 2-2379,
3-6170.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room, din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Cresta, Avenida lose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:fleautiful Duplex
in Cangreio, 2nd. floor. Cross
ventilation. hot water. Informa Information
tion Information 3-6589.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved, clean,
modern building, convenient lo location.
cation. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, good view,
tool, Inaid's room, garage. Foto Fotomew
mew Fotomew building, El Cangreio.
Calle Alberto Navarro, Tel. 2-
2718.
FOR RENT:In El Cangreie
Furnished one bedroom apartment
with dining, livingroom, porch,
hot water. Also unfurnished two
bedroom apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, one with air condi conditioner.
tioner. conditioner. Balladares Building, across
Santuarici. Tel. 3-7921.
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IAutomobiles 1
FOR 1ALE:-1955 Fordo, Cus Custom
tom Custom V-8 Ford, duty paid, 25,000
miles, excellent condition,
$1075. Call Panama 3-6722, be between
tween between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1948 Oldsmobile,
automatic transmission, duty
paid. Good transportation, apply
house No. 0257-D, Aye. Ridge
Gamboa.
FOR SALE:'54 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, excellent condition,
one owner, 6 cylinder, heater,
radio, cash only. Must sell by 15
June. Caii Navy 3731.
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:-1952 Mercury se sedan
dan sedan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic, $375.
Call Balboa, 2871.
FOR SALE;-1959 Thunderbird,
W,W tires, low mileage. Car like
new. Color Black. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:-1942 Stud'ebaker
12 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 $1150.00 Phone 2-
,2198.
FOR SALL-1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 6 cylinder, standard
shift, w.w. tires. Low mileage.
Clean as a hound's tooth. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Call
Mrs Brown, Panama 2-1759, be between
tween between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1956 Buick Special
four door. hard top sedan, in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, equipped with
radio. Selling price $1,125.00.
Call Mr Yohros, Panami 2-
1759, during lusiness hours.
IBoats & Motors I
FOR SALEi--15 ft. fiberglass
Thund'erbird boat, 1959 Mercury
47 his. motor, (electric, gen generator),
erator), generator), Champion trailer, acces accessories,
sories, accessories, phone Curundu 3244.
FOR SALF:--12 ft. boat with
trailer and all accessories S125.
10-h.p. Johnson outboard $125.
both fine condition. Thomas,
phone Kobbe.....4196....,....t
WANTED;Two outside sales salesmen,
men, salesmen, must be bilingual for out outside
side outside sale work. Apply from 2 p.
m. to 4 p.m. to Moderna. S.A.
La Loceria, Pasadena, One half
block to the left to the National
Brewery's main gate.
WANTED:Modern house to
rent. Must have three bedrooms;
two baths. Do not want apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Call Panami 3-6722, be between
tween between 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Young mart. North American
wishes to share apartment. Trav Travvets
vets Travvets 34 time. 3-1427, 7:30
3:30, 3-1971 after 4:30.
WANTED:Experienced house housekeeper.
keeper. housekeeper. No ironing required.
Must sleep in. Good salary for
right person. Bring references to
apartment No. 4, Plaza Building,
Calle Ricardo Arias, Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. ARRIVING SOON
the
German
FORD TAUNUS
Tudors, Fordors, Station Wagons
al COSMOS, S. A.
Frangipani front National Stadium
Gui
$0.85 per col. inch
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Mrs. Go Ida Meir
Says Israel
Would Talk Peace

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MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay (tipi)
Mrs. Go Ida Meir, Israeli foreign
minister, said yesterday her court.
try always was ready to talk
peace with the Arabs but at the
same time found it necessary to
arm in self-defense.

At a press conference she out outlined
lined outlined Israeli foreign policy a s
"friendliness toward all the world
and peace with all our neighbors.'

She said Israel was ready to
negotiate with Aral) governments
any time, any place. "Unfortun "Unfortunately,'
ately,' "Unfortunately,' she added. "the Arabs are
arming themselves and we are
obliged to follow suit, since if we
could not defend ourselves we
would no longer exist.'

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Miscellaneous 1
FOR SALE: Wood working
tools, bench. saw. compressor,
etc. 5183-A Parson St. Diablo
Heights, phone 2-1355.
FOR SALE:Stereophonic rec records.
ords. records. Classical and popular. Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
Going vacation? Grand sale In Indians
dians Indians pre-Colombian motis. Take
advantages. Atte Las Americas.
National Ave.
No. 77334 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. Reg Regular
ular Regular $219.95 NOW $178.00.
No. 56734 1 CODSPOT AIR
CONDITIONER, 34 HP 115
Volts, 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
)15 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com Completely
pletely Completely autodmatie. Removable
filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed.
Regular $249.95 NOW $188.00
No .111D COLDSPOT RE REFRIGERATOR,
FRIGERATOR, REFRIGERATOR, 11 c.f., 70
Pound Freezer. Porcelain Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Aluminum shelves. Reit Reituglar
uglar Reituglar $319.95 NOW $198.00.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A. Los
Angeles Transithmian High Highway.
way. Highway. Open from 8:45 cm. to
12, and from 2:00 p.m. to 8:45
Pm
FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer
type washing machine. 1 year old
595.00. 1957 Volkswagen se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition. Call 113-
5285.
FOR SALE:-.Frigidaire automatic
washer, good condition. $100.00.
Fort Clayton, 5293.
FOR SALE :Two 93(12 rugs,
perfect condition. Bargain. House
2235. Carr St., Balboa, CZ.
FOR SALE:Beautiful dishes
Resents! Etna, for 12 persons,
complete, cost price. Genuine
Otter coat, very cheap. medium
size. 43rd Street No. 27. Sella
Vista.
3,PC Officiqls,,
Here On Bi
Business Trip
Two Panama Canal Co. offi officials
cials officials in New York and the gen general
eral general agent of the Panama Line
in Haiti are in the Canal Zone
this week for a brief official
business trio.
Here from New York ara Pet Peter
er Peter De Stefano, administrative of officre
ficre officre of New york operations,
and Capt. William J. Steffens.
chief of the steamship division.
The general agent in Haiti is
John Cusick.
Their visit is primarily for
the purpose c.f attending ses sessions
sions sessions of the budget and finance
committee of the board of di directors
rectors directors which relate to New
York operations and the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line. They will also confer
with various Canal officials on
matters relating to their work.
as well as individuals and firms
in Panama having business con connections
nections connections with the Panama Line.
Cusick is accompanied on his
trip by Mrs. Cusick. They are
to sail tomorrow on the S.S.
Ancon foe Port-au-Prince.
De Stefano and Steffens plan
to be on the Isthmus until the
end of the week before return returning
ing returning to New York by plane.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

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Also Handling Refrigerated and

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CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE
TEXITA Every (IS) Days

Weekly sailings of tweli,e passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $215.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return $400.00

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Horne Articles
--011 SALE:-.4.eaving. Frigidaire
automatic, washy perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, 4 pc. blond bedroom set
with double bed, solid birch crib
and matching wardrobe, mi minister
nister minister type vacuums with attach attachments;
ments; attachments; portable rester-oven;
new yriestinghouse steam iron,
lamps, etc. Panama 3-68111.
DINING ROOM set, refrigeo
&tor. Rattan furniture. home ar articles,
ticles, articles, 561 Corozal. la lboa --
1617.
FOR SALE: -- Kenmore 1957,
automatic dryer $17S.00.. Qtrs.
299.-A Albrook AFL Phone 8E 8E3102
3102 8E3102 can be men anytime after
8:00 a.m.
FOR SALLCombination Hi-Fi
set, with a "Garrard" turntable, a
Thorens amplifier, 15" Coaxist
speaker. and a "Pyo" all-band
radio, enclosed in a beautiful ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cabinet. $200.00. Two
innerspring ma tt ran so s and
springs for twin beds. All four
pieces $125.00. Call the Rey.
Allan R. Wentt, 4-598 Paraiso.
FOR SALE:RCA refrigerator, 7
cubic feet, 2 veers old. Magic
Chef apartmont size gas stove.
Ave. J. G. Duque No. 21, La
Crests.
FOR SALE:Leaving immedia immediately,
tely, immediately, selling 12 cubic feet G.E.
refrigerator, Magic Chef stove
wiclock and oven window, 1958
Chevrolet Impala, spelt. hard top,
all lihe new. Call 3-1566.
IPersonals I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CA.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Flying Grandpop
Leaves Casablanca
Nonstop For Texas
CASABLANCA, Morocco (UPI)
--IViax Conrad, the "F I y in g
Grandfather" took off yesterday
in a light plane for his horroetoWn
of El Plaso, Tex.
He hoped to cover the '1,000
miles non-stop in 50 to 52 hours--;
a world's record for a light plane.
Conrad, who flies light planes
frequently across the Atlantic to
deliver them to purchasers, had
510 gallons of fuel, enough for 55
to 60 hours of 'flight. His safet
margin was 10 per cent.
The pilot took with him only two
flasks of hot tea and eoffee for
tho two-day trip.
Army To Call
7000 Draftees
For, August
WASHINGTON (UPIIThe Ar Army
my Army issued a call yesterday for
7,000 draftees in August, 1,000 few fewer
er fewer than in July but 1,000 more
than this month.'
The August call will bring to
2,456,430 the number of men draft drafted
ed drafted into the military frces since
the Korean war started. The Air
I
Force and Navy will contin e to
rely on volunteers to keep heir
ranks at authorized strength.
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYME, Eng England
land England (UPI)--Two skinny consta constables
bles constables cought a skinny burglar yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The burglar broke into a
warehouse through a skylight. In Investigating
vestigating Investigating policemen were too
big around the waist to get
through the opening so headquar headquarters
ters headquarters sent out an urgent call for
skinny constables. Two of the con constables
stables constables managed to get through
the skylight and captured the
burglar.
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
Mav 30 June 6
June 6 June 13
June 1, June 24
June 23 July 1
June 30 July II
Chilled Carto
Sails Cristobal
Arrives
June June 11
June 13 June 18
June 20 June 25
June 27 July 2
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peers, is the Nuevo ilisinirems
lirbentsatiefs across the Remelt
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts. sewage. water stain and
eleetrkity. CaN W. Melanie&
Tel. 4-0976.
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. 141-F1 TrallSit0111
specialist. We service all makes
and models. Ws don't pretend te
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protoct your home and proper.
ty against insect dame, o..
' Prompt scientific treatment an
emergoncy or Mellthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama I-7977 or Colo' 1777.
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WANTED.--Bilingual secrotarY
with experience. SELECC1ON DR
PERSONAL, S.A. Psikard's Build Building
ing Building in front of Lottery Bldg. Tel.
2-0451 and 2-2737.
National League
To Give Haddix
Gift Of Silver
el
CINCINNA'rl WM) Harvey
Haddix will have something to
show for his losing "perfect
'game" after,alla silver tray and
12 sterling silver goblets, winch
will be presented to him by the'
National League.
League President Warren Giles,
who previously has alinounced
that the league would present
Haddix with a gift in honor of
his feat, today disclosed details of
the gift which will be given to
Haddix sometime before the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' current home stand ends on
June 14.
The silver tray will, bell the
story with, its inscription; ;
"To llitrvnritaddix in ,recogni ,recognition
tion ,recognition ptrform.
ance4;-tinprecedented in baseball
history 'pitching 12 consecutive
perfect inmngs game of, May 26,
1959.
It HE
"Pittsburgh
000 000 000 000 6 0 12 I
"Milwaukee
000 000 000 000 1 1 1 0
"Presented by the National
League of Professional Baseball
Clubs."
The 12 silver goblets will tell
the rest of the story. They repre represent
sent represent the 12 perfect innings Had Haddix
dix Haddix tossed, and on each will be
inscribed the details of a different
inning.
There's no pgoblet, of course, for
hthe 13th, Inning. If there were, it
would have to be a mighty big
goblet to- get the Whole story of
that confused frame on it.
Felix Mantilla, first Braves'
batter in the I3th, 'peached hrst
base on an error, the first Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee runner to reach base
against Haddix. Ed Mathews sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed and Hank Aaron was pur purposely
posely purposely walked. Then Joe Adcock
ended the game by getting the
first hit off Haddix, a blow over
the right-center field fence.
It should have been a homer.
But Adcock passed Aaron on the
basepaths between second and
third was called out. Umpire
Frank Dascoli ruled it was a dou double
ble double scoring two runners and the
final score was 2-0. Giles later
ruled only one run should be al allowed
lowed allowed to score and thanged the
final result to 1-0.
Haddix told Giles when in informed
formed informed of the gift, "I couldn't
think of anything I'd rather have
to recall the occasion."
Chances are there was some some,
, some, thing he'd rather have h d,
though.
Say a run by the Pirates in the
Ilth inning.
Shoes Don't
Make Men

BOSTON (NEA) A stop-gap
turned into a saving in money and
a boost in performance for Bos
ton University weight men.
For several years, Ed Flana Flanagan's
gan's Flanagan's Whales have worn the best
possible footwear, $25 ballet-type
slippers which had to be re-placed
at least twioe a year. When the 1
current batch wore out, they were
replaced temporarily with inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive tennis sneakers until more
slippers arrived.
The weight men, hammer throw thrower
er thrower John Lawlor, discus thrower
Eino Keerd and shot-putter Lar Larry
ry Larry Cafarella agree, however, that
they are getting better perform.
met tom the $1.98 sneakers
than from the expensive ballet
slippers.
1 While wearing the sneakers.
Lawlor established a new nation.
al hammer mark and Keerd bet bettered
tered bettered his personal record.
The sneakers, they say, give the
feet the utmost freedom.

ANNIE OAKLEYS
Boston (NEA)--Sinoe its organi organization
zation organization ifi 1955. Boston University's
women's rifle team has won 85
Consecutive matches.

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. I am 'a widow of 72 with
Bethlehem and General Dyna-
mica. I also receive social secu-
i; oi thyg. t it h ih ea d itpehlanhnhintgi fohravae
been told about the terribly high
taxes I would have to pay. I
would like to buy some General
tobeeswn
Motors and A.T. and T. and U.S.
Foil B.
A. You have two good stocks,
but evidently heave been receiving
some silly advice.
I, too, think you should do some
switching. Bethlehem an, Gen-
eral Dynamics alone don't meke
up a well-rounded portfolio.
Who ever has been frightening
you about taxes is ill-informed.
Loose talk on taxes heas done as
much to block good portfolio plan-
Ding as any other single factor I
can think of.
Taxes on a long-term (more
than six months) capital gain are
only half your regular rate and
never more than 25 per cent of the
'total gain.
1 As far as you individually are
concerned, the income you out-
line would not put you in anything
much above the mininium tax
bracket. Ana you may even be
exempt from all tax. (You have
a double exemption because of
age and your heavy medical bills
would also cut down, if not elimin-
ate, any tax.) I don't think you
would have to pay even as much
as 10 per cent on your long term
tax.
Al. and 7. would be all right
for some of your funds. But why
U.S. Foil B. which is an excel-
lent growth stock but yields only
a small dividend?
I am sending you a list of good
grade dividend payers. Talk over
rvTAaeht Qi 1 1.1 oar. opsouTi angchdghor ens fest ovoorylaci
some of the retailing, utility and
ekrd i3asao4rtusewsdelaet gmhneathisny: ionnuhggareeusabgnorhdhot?kaDm5re oereyo...
shares have been reduced to '50
' each. I notice it is selling on the
American Exchanged. ati14.75. I,

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American Exchanged at $14.75. I
called by' broker to Itsk 'film that
meant to Inc (and be was vague.
Can you help me?
A. It's a rather eomplicated
deal. -,'
The first step was a one for 10
reverse split, which reduced,your
500 shares to 50. Their; .becituse
the stock was still too low in price,
it was listed on the American Ex-
change in "blocks" of 10 shares
It all boils aown to this: you ac-
flially h2vA fiu tKI 1,1,.1. ... A4
called by' broker to tisk him that
meant to Mc (and be was vague.
Can you help me?
A. It's a rather eomplicated
deal.
The first step was a one for'10,
reverse split.;whicli reaucSiLlour,
500 shares to 50. Their; .because
the stock was still too low price,
it was listed on the American Ex Exchange
change Exchange in "blocks" of 10 ahares
It all boils nown to this: you ac actually
tually actually have five (5) blocks of At Atlas
las Atlas Consolidated selling at 14
3-4 per block. That means your
investment is now orth about
$74.
Q. About 10 years ago pur purcheased
cheased purcheased 200 Long Island Lighting
at about 75 cents a share. What
is it worth sow?
A. The present Long blind
Lighting common, listed on the
N.Y. Stock Exchange, sells
around $35 a sheare. However, I
don't think ,that's the stock you
bought for 75 cents. It never sold
that low.
In 1950, the company was re reorganized,
organized, reorganized, with six shares of com common
mon common being exchanged for 100 of
the old. If you had the old stock
that means you now have the
equivalent of 12 shares of the
present $35 stock which would
show you a nice profit.
Anyway, it's time you dusted off
that certificate and found out
where you stand by writing to the
transfer agent.
Senate Confirms
William Franke
As Navy Secty.
WASHINGTON (UPI)-- T h e
Senate yesterday confirmed the
nomination of William B. Franke
as Navy secretary.
Action was postponed until later
this week on several other nom nominations,
inations, nominations, including that of Thomas
S. Gates Jr., Franke's predeces predecessor
sor predecessor as Navy secretary, to be dep deputy
uty deputy defense secretary.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) scheduled
the action Franke's nomination
so he could be confirmed before
making the annual commence commencement
ment commencement address at the U.S. Naval
Academy in Annapolis.
Bolivia Students
Win Civil Trials;
End 13-Day Strike
LAPAZ, Bolivia (UPDUniver (UPDUniversity
sity (UPDUniversity students ended a 13-day strike
yesterday after winning demands
that their colleagues. arrested in
a demonstration April 19, be tried
by civil rather than military
courts.
The nationwide university stu student
dent student strike had been called' May
20.
President Tiernan Si les Zuazo
also agreed to allow those stu students
dents students who had fled the country
after the April demonstration to
return.
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litreet. It has an Area of 1,53$ square feet; large windows; complete
and private sanitary facilities; Its Own Mreet entrance, attractive and
safe. It maY he painted, decorated, and arranged according to tenantli
needs. Inquire at F. Wars & Co., Inc.

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Tbday's Opening
STOCK PRICES
ACF Ind
Advocate Asbestoe '
Allegheny Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanainid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese )
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezutlan Oil
Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Hayden Ntewp MI
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
ROyal Dutch She II
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal :Oil ,and Gas
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58
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Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Am,er Cyanatnid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and 7
Anaconda Coppe
Arkansas Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Cordite
Colgate Palmoli
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and
Cuban Veneruie
Du Pont
El Paso Natur,
Fairchild Engh
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynan'
General Eleetri
General Motors
General Plywo
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Hayden Ntewpo
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Montrose Cheri
New Eng Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathiesoe
Paneoastal
Pan Israel
Pure Oil
RCA
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, Sperry Rand t
, 'Standard Oil NJ
Superior Oil
,Storling ,precision
Studebaker-Packard
Texas Gulf Prods
, Textron
Underwood'
,, United Canso Ott
US Rubber
US Steel
Westinghouss re'
Wheeling Steel
Would-Be Investors
Pile Info RIB-150
For Rock Clinic

Actually They Were Acming
Down the 'Mountain" on Monday
evening at the IJSO-JWB Armed I
Forces ServicO Center in Balboa!
Thie Investment Clinic direct directed
ed directed by C. T. (Tippy) Richardson
was planned' to be "informal" in
approach- and- ft was hoped to
interest about 40 or so persons.
Instead, the would-be capital.
ists arrived in so many cars that
the spillover reached the Elks,
the Balboa polioe station, around
the corner and into the trees!
Not only the eafs, but the peo-.'
pie. .they came from Ancon and
Balboa, from Rodman and Fat.
fan, from Amador, Quarry Heights4
Fort Clayton, Kobbe and the 1.51b
Naval District, to say nothing of
Panama. ..Bella Vista, Cangrejo,
Campo Alegre, and Go)f Heights.
And, if they wore not suffe suffecient,'
cient,' suffecient,' the clinic also drew some
participants from Margarita and
Coco Solo!

There were men and women,
young and ,oldt civilians and the
military all of them anxious to
find out what to do with their
money when and if they had
any!
It yas quite a tribuet to JWB
program planners were surpris surprised
ed surprised at their own "finger on the
pulse of the community."
Unfortunately for those who)
put off signing upo no more parti participants
cipants participants can be accepted at this
time. Naturally, those persons al-
ready registered are 'in" and
they are reminded that the
group will meet each Monday at
7:30 p.m. in the auditoirium,
where seats will be available.

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Three bedroom chalet mo modern
dern modern type in residential sec section.
tion. section. unfurnished. with fence
minimum two bathrooms,
maid's room, for American
family,,,, one year minimum.
Will pay right price. Contact
during office hours C. O. Ma Masop,'
sop,' Masop,' S.A. Tel. 2-4944 or Mr.
Butzky El Panama Hilton.
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PUPILS in the Paraiso Elementary School line up to receive tuberculin and bistoplasmosin skin tests which were administered
at the school this week jointly by teams from the Canal Zone school health section and the Middle Aznerica Research Unit.
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Altered Defense Appropiations Bill
Put On Debate Block In House Today

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House opened debate on the big
$38,848,339,000 defense appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill today amid indicl indicltions
tions indicltions that President Eisenhower
has no objection to Democratic
changes shifting emphasis on mis missile
sile missile programs.
Chairman George H. Mahon
(1)-Tes.) and ranking Republican
Rep. Gerald R. Ford Jr. (Mich.)
of the House Defense Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Subcommittee joined in ap appealing
pealing appealing to their colleagues to ap approve
prove approve the revamped bill.
The House is expected to start
voting on amendments tomorrow
and perhaps take final action
thds week.
A few hours before debate
started Republican leaders came
away from the White House with
the impression that Eisenhower
was not unhappy with the meas measure,
ure, measure, even though it carried S39,-
1161.000 less than he requested
and would reshuffle various mili military
tary military programs.
House GOP Leaner Charles A.
Halleck said after the regular
weekly White House legislative
conference that Eisenhower was
told there would be efforts to
amend the measure but that it
would be passed in substantially
its oresent form.
Republican whip Leslie C. Ar:
ends WI.) said he believed the
Ptesident, in general, thought the
House had done "a fairly good
's VP so far.'
Mahon told the House that
ehanges his subcommittee wrote
largely reflected n e w military
thinking since the Eisenhower
budget was drawn up late last
Tear. Ford said he might differ
in details but endorsed the over overall
all overall bill as a good one.
Meanwhile, efforts were shaping
op by rank-and-file members of
the appropriations committee to
amend the bill while it is before
the House. But committee leaders
voiced confidence they could beat
these down.
'The two main amendments
would:
Knock o u t the remaining
S200,000,000 for procurement of
the Air Force Bomarc, a groundtO-Sir
missile. The appropriations

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committee already had reduced
!the amounts for Bomarc procure procureIment
Iment procureIment by $162,700,000.
Provide extra money so the
Army can be boosted to 900,000
men and the Marines to 200,000.
Both the administration and a ma majority
jority majority of the appropriations com committee
mittee committee are on record in favor of
an 870,000-man Army and a 175,-
000-man Marine Corps.
Mahon told the House that the
$162,700,000 cut in Bomarc money
waS a "compromise" between
those who wanted the full sum
voted and those who favored
knocking out the entire procure procurement
ment procurement figure.

Army Recruit Foils
To Solute Officer.

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Gets Court Martial

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UFII
Army recruit Lou A. Lennear, 20,
faced a general court-martial to today
day today for refusing to salute an of officer.
ficer. officer. He said he had religious objec objections
tions objections against saluting officers.
Lennear, from Oakland, Calif.,
is a member of the Jehovah Wit Witnesses
nesses Witnesses relligious sect.
The allegted offense occurred
March 12 when he failed to salute
Capt. Henry H. Gaskins. The fol following
lowing following day, he was on his way to
explain why he hadn't saluted the
captain, and failed to salute Gas Gaskins
kins Gaskins a second time.
Army authorities put him in the
Ft. Sam Houston stockade, where
prisoners aren't permitted to
salute.

GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)
Probat? Judge Hugh Gibson pro pronounced
nounced pronounced Gov. Earl Long of Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana mentally and physically ill
and dangerous to hdinself and oth

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TB, Histopiasmosin Tests
Given To 766 At Paraiso

Tuberculin and histoplasmosin
skin tests were administered to
766 students in the Paraiso High
Sch and Elementary School
Mon, and yesterday it was an announced
nounced announced by the Health Bureau.
next Monday and Tuesday at the
Paraiso and Pedro Miguel ele elementary
mentary elementary School and the following
week in the Rainbow City elemen elementary
tary elementary and secondary schools.

Spiked Honey Trap
For Elusive Bear

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WASHINGTON RIPtI)The di director
rector director of the Washington Zoo be believes
lieves believes hat a bucket of spiked
honey may be just the trap to
catch the capital's elusive blac
bear.
Dr. T. H. Reed, the zoo direc director,
tor, director, was called in by police after
numerous ttempts to Nab the
200-to-300 pound bruin failed. The
animal first was spotted about a
week ago.
One of Reed's proposals was
that a bucket of honey be put out
somewhere near where th,e bear
has been spotted.
"The bucket of honey should be
laced with a quart of good Irish
whiskey. That would attract the
bear, get him drunk and pp,t. him
to sleep if he got enough 470.the
stuff in him," Reed said.
"All we'd have to do the,n
pick him up, put him in a tk,
and let him sleep it off. Thr
the way they do it in the natior..
parks."

year, get, 11111I UL allti
tO sleep if he got enough :'-
o0't1,1e1 i ryouts For Play
stuff in him," Reed aaid.
"All we'd have to do the,n Theatre, Guild
pick him up, put him in a tk,
and let him sleep it off. Thin' Start Tonight
the way they do it in the natior..

Texas Judge Commits Gov. Long
Of Louisiana As Mental Case

ers yesterday and ordered him
committed for mental treament.
Judge Gibson's "protective cus custody"
tody" custody" order directed that be be
treated for 14 days in John Sea Sealy
ly Sealy Hospital. At the end of that
time, Gibson will hold a hearing
to determine whether he needs
more treatment.
A bulletin from the hospital
slid Long, 63, is suffering from
an "acute illness" that may be
the outgrowth of "some underly underlying
ing underlying physical condition."
The bulletin said the outlook
for his recovery is "excellent,"
but it did not say precisely what
is ailing him.
Gibson's order said Long is
mentally ill and is likely to hurt
himself or somebody else if he is
not restrained.
"He is suffering from exhaus exhaustion
tion exhaustion and overwork and is both
mentally sad physically," the or order
der order said.
It said Dr. L. W. Schleusce Jr.,
Dr. Blake Fowler and Dr. Titus
Harris, head of the Psychiatric
Department of John Sealy Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, have examined Long.
Gibson said that after 14 days
of forced mental treatment, Long
can have a hearing if he wants
one. He said he will set a date
within two days for such a hear hearing
ing hearing and the date probably vAll be
June 16.
The hearing probably would de determine
termine determine whether he ,should
kept for SO more dayi of treat treatment.
ment. treatment. A bulletin from the hospital
said that Long had a comforta comfortable
ble comfortable night and is "somewhat improved."

The tests, similar to those con conducted
ducted conducted in the U.S. schools in
March and April are being con conducted
ducted conducted by the P.C. Health Bu Bureau
reau Bureau in coordination with the
Middle America Research Unit a among
mong among all students from first
grade through high school.
, Paraiso the tests were ad administered
ministered administered by two teams, one by
the staff of the Canal Zone
school health section and the oth other
er other by members of the researeh
unit. The teams were assisted at
Pariiso by Ellis Fawcett, princi principal
pal principal of the Paraiso high School
and Miss Pear line Carter, princi principal
pal principal of the Paraiso Elementary
and Junior High School and their
teaching staffs.

The tests, whfch are simply
skin tests to determine whether
or not a child has been exposed
to tuberculosis or histoplasmosis,
a fungus disease of the lungs,
will be read and evaluated to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and Thursday for the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso school children and next
week for other Pacifit side stu students.
dents. students. All tests should be, com completed
pleted completed and read by the middle of
June.

hose
,lhop '1,,for the next Theater
tling star -",brt "Ondine," will
stfxsqow l't the Guild
PlaN,, bad it )21tbn. and con continue
tinue continue P ittridaY TrYOUtS
will begin nigh.. t 7:30.
The pia-. ; Utraudoug.
is a roma., it -tasv and re requires
quires requires a total cast of 28 persons
or both sexes and various ages.
All persons interested in th-eater
are invited to the tryouts.
In addition to acting parts. peo people
ple people are required tor set. make makeup,
up, makeup, electrical and other back backstage
stage backstage work.
"Ondine' will be filrected bv
Fred Musselamn.

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howling again. See ANDY GRIFFITH that lovable
laughtmaker of "No Time for Sergeants" in 1
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THE MIRROR" in CinemaScope4gan portrays alf,':,
alcoholic and Jufie London is castlis the Vgife i4',hof.
helpS him fight off his addiction. Walter' Matthae
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The reason some girls never
get married is that they've priced
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Hew Oripans Police
Given Runaround
By Window Smasher

NEW ORLEANS (UPI) A
small, gray eyed waiter named
Jean Jacques Bruneau tripped
gaily through the French Quarter
today, flin gin g sewer covers
through plate glass windows
while reporting his progress to
police.
"I liked to hear the glass
tinkle, Bruneau said.
Jean Jacques called Desk Sgt.
Albert Oestricher early today and
proudly reported that he had de demolished
molished demolished a window on Bourbon
Street. Police rushed to the place
but Jean Jacques was gone.
Five minutes later he called
again and said: "I broke the win window
dow window at Werlein's,' a music store.
Oestricher, desperate, asked:
"Why do you do things like that,
man?"
"I like to hear the glass tinkle'
giggled Jean Jacques.
He wasn't there when police ar arrived.
rived. arrived. He picked up a sewer cov cover
er cover to hurl it through a window at
a department store down the
street, but a crowd gathered and
restrained him. Jean Jacques
wandered off to a Rampart Street
drug store.
He ph on ed Oestricher again
and reported. Oestricher got an another
other another officer to hold Jean Jacques
on the phone while he rushed
to the drug store himself.
They caught the little waiter
there and interrogated him.
"Were you drinking?" they
asked.
"No," replied Jean Jacques.
"Do you hate anybody?"
"No."
"Did you have a fight with
somebody, and just took vour an anger
ger anger out on the windows?"
"No, to the contrary,' said
Jean Jacques. "I was not angry
it the' windows. I liked the pretty
windowt."
Jean Jacques was booked for
criminal mischief.

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Anesthetic Caused Deaffi

Befoie Operation Started,:Arii)k-Relieciti

1-i WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI) Able, the larger of two monkeys who- soared 302 miles het
space last week, died as a result of anesthesia, the Army has announced. Able was to be operated
on for the removal of a recording instrument.-
The Army said a preliminary autopsy showed there was "absolutely n0 evidence that
death of the seven-pound rhesus monkey was due to its historic flight through spate in the noels!:
cone of Jupiter rocket.
Col. Robert L. Hullinghorst, deputy commander of the Army Research and Development Com,:
mend in the office of the Army Surgeon General, said it was "purely an anesthetic death." Ha
called it th kind of death "every surgeon fears" in such operation 'as ,tonsilectomies and alp :
pendectomies.
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Hullinghorst said the autops7
on his "prized possession' show showed
ed showed one thingthat there "was
no physical damage on a biolo biologic
gic biologic spee,imen, a primate,' during
the space flight.
Able died at the C.S. Army
Medical Research Laboratory at
Ft. Knox, Ky., during an opera operation
tion operation to remove a recording in instrument
strument instrument implanted under her
skin to provide bio-medical in information
formation information during and after the
space flight.
.In an original announcement
the Army attributed the death
to rapid and convulsive heart
movements that started after a anesthesiatrichlorethylene
nesthesiatrichlorethylene anesthesiatrichlorethylene was
administered.

at Ft. Knox decided on ft, es
poration last night because an,
infection had appeared at filo
point whore the electrode' was
fixed.
Antibiotics had been administer administered
ed administered after Able was removed from
the missile nose cone anti an
"angry redness' was discovered
at the point of incision. But Hui Huilinghorst
linghorst Huilinghorst said antibiotics would
not clear up the. infection unti
the electrode wap removed. 9'

now if there had not been a de.
He said Able would be alive
Jp an original announcement
the Army attributed the death
cision to remove the elect:rods
or if local anesthesia had been
to rapid and convulsive heart
movements that started after a aadministered.
administered. aadministered. nesthesiatrichlorethylepe was
administered. But he said local anesthesia' is
difficult with Rhesus monkeys
Hullingharst said later that which must be held during an o othis
this othis was confirmed by the pre- peration.
liminary autopsy. He said sur surgery
gery surgery had not yet started when Moreover, he said, Aldo wit
the irregularity of the mon- rather worked up after her ex exkey's
key's exkey's heart beats was noted periences, not only in space,
and efforts at reviving her but in public appearances in
were started. Washington.
Hullinghorst described the cause
of death as cardiac fibrillation, However, Hullinghorst said the
a convulsive movement in which "gross autopsy' produced "abso,
the heart no longer functions as lutely no visible evidence of any
a pumping mechanism. He said injury being sustained that might
"We don't know why the heart be traceable to the space expert expertruns
runs expertruns away; if we did we could ence." He said a microscopic
prevent it.' post mortem was underway.
But he said trichloroethylene
is one of the safest anesthetics The Army first intended to use
known 'for "monkeys, chili:ken a boy Rhesus in the space test
and pregnant women." instead of the female Able. But
he got tbo big, 1012 to 11 pounds.
Efforts to revive Able included
mouth-to-mouth respiration, ear. Besides government officials were
diac massage and electric shock
therapy. GOES OVERBOARD
The Army described the opera operaitirralainne,
itirralainne, operaitirralainne, e atUrrePts)ted Ftoderdaly
tion as minor and said there was
naNtRITCEV
no indication the monkey would
be unable to withstand it.
Hullinghorst said two veteri- steal a yacht et nearby Ville
when be was caught trying tc
narians and a medical doctor 11.

Carmine Galante
Nabbed By, Awls

On 'Jersey Parkwiy
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NEWARD, tItinv (UPI)
Carmine Galente, described as
septind only to Vito Genovese in
the ranks of the Mafia and in il illicit
licit illicit narcotics traffic, was arrest arrested
ed arrested by federal narcotics agents
last night.
Galente was arrested on the
Garden state parkway near
Holmdel, N.J. Agents said he
was a fugitive from justice under
indictment for conspiracy to vio violate
late violate federal narcotics laws.
Galente was named in the
same indictment under which
Genovese recently was tried in)
New York federal court.
Thomas C. McGuire, agent in
charge of the Newark office of
the Federal Narcotics Bureau,
said Galente, a reputed delegate
to the 1957 Apalachin, N.Y.,
crime convention, was "an asso associate
ciate associate of anyone in prominence in
the Mafia and dope traffic."
"We rate him as close as we
can to Genovese," McQuire said.
Genovese, of Atlantic Highlands,
N.J., has been described as
'king of the rackets.'
Galente was accompanied by
two other men when arrested
while travelling north on the
parkway.
They were his cousin, Angelo,
Presenzano, 50, and Anthony Ma Macalusci.
calusci. Macalusci. McGuire said agents exnected
to charge the two with harboring
a fugitive from justice.
McGuire described Galente as
the "number one fugitive in the
Bureau of Narcotics. .11 hard
man to get. .11 phantom. 1

'Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. in. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE(
Nigh 84 85
Low 75 77
HUMIDITY:
High 94 94
Low 73 82
WIND:
(max. mph) S-12 N-12
RAIN (inches) T .79

WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82

84

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.36
Madden Dam 214.73

BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, JUNE 4
High
'Time Ht.
2:29 cm 13.5 ft.
2:36 p.m 14.5 ft.
Low
Time Ht.
8:32 a.m. ...... 3.1 ft.
9:01 p.m 7.9 ft.

Moreover, he said, Able woe
rather worked up after her ex.
periences, not only in space,
but in public appearances in
Washington.
However, Hullinghorst said the
"gross autopsy' produced "abso.,
lutely no visible evidence of any
injury being sustained that might
be traceable to the space experi experience."
ence." experience." He said a microscopic
post mortem was underway.
The Army first intended to use
a boy Rhesus in the space test
instead of the female Able. But
he got tbo big, 1012 to 11 pounds.
Besides government officials were

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AWARDEE 'James Benson,.
post moriem was underway.
a Canal Zone Junior College:
The Army first Intended to use freshman, has been selected,
a boy Rhesus in the space test
TA. receive the Federal Gov.i,,;
instead of the female Able. But ernment Accountants AssociaI
he got tbo big, 1012 to 11 rounds. tion accounting scholarshigt,:
Besides government officials were an award 'which will serve Its:
an incentive to promote Cott
GOES OVERBOARD tinuation of studies in finan-t
cial management by unusual
NICE, Prance (UPI) Ferdi- ly well qualified students.;
nand Vidalin, arrested today Monetary value of the schol-twhen
he was caught trying to arship is the gift of $100.
steal a yacht et uearby Ville- provides hominal membership
Franebe, explained to police he in the local chapter With;
needed it because he was so to summer Vacation employinent;,
love with Brigitte Bardot he had in the actOUtting when'.
to leave France to forget her. teasiblk ,1

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not sure he was born in the Vali.:
ed States.
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Whro SOme 'people venerate
the Rhesus, 4 they used ine
knovni to be. natlie Ameri American.
can. American. Able was bem et the Inde
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,SINAT rut an "We rate him as close as we li' 11 4111,, : A !,
The fol- whiskey. That would attract the
Lis way to bear, get him drunk and pq him
Tryouts For Play rtr N trk: can to Genovese," McQuire said. ,..11,:,..,ialitia., y 11111 itha rA AlitIN:i. i
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aluted the to sleep if he got enough 470.the '.,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,1,111! I it:
ilute Gas- stuff in him," Reed said. ,,
Py Theatre, Guild , , ,, t -on ,,, N.J., has been described as
u A:4",,,,"0W Ai- 'king of the rackets.'
"All we'd have to do them, ,44,14 II q,, .,
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oim in the pick him up, put him in a tk,,
Willg., R. two other men when arrested
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de, where and let him sleep it off. Thr '11 Start Tonight ------ !'''- of while travelling north on the C ,,
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lifted to the way they do it in the natior.. k T
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t,lhop Htil '1,fur the next Theater
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Plallo, had it ,.: )s,Ittn. and con- :''''''!; .1 : McGuire said agents exnected lik it. 4.
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will begin ,,'.. nigh.. ,t 7:30. ..4 SOL c. stem 1 A
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quires a total cast of 28 persons ti man o get. .a phan om.' 1;yg:::05Ei:gi ':ij,?..it.Ip J.V .;
0 of both sexes and various ages. CAME ,r9, ,,
(UPI) ers yesterday and ordered him
All persons interested in th-ea- Aql 11
LRUNNING ozto 'Weather Or Not I ,,
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bson pro- committed for mental treament. "" "X".:":
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sically ill tody" order directed that he be ple are required forg sPet. m. ake- I 'Pi --
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f and oth- treated for 14 days in John Sea- up electrical and other back- ,,,,, This weather report for the 24 ' :';:'''',:,:'i!O 4,,--- '''' ,,,- ky 0
ly Hospital. At the end of that
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stage work. tprt3 hours ending 8 a. in. today is ,
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1.---...--.. time, Gibson will hold a hearing cifootmascope
112:5 prepared by the Meteorological
to determine whether he needs
"Ondine' will be ,iiirected bv and METROCOLOR -,' and Hydrographic Branch of the ,
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W more treatment.
A bulletin from the hospital irred Musselanm Inlinell, Panami Canal Company:
-The Coast Guard's got him novvand everybody's. 11
slid Long, 63, is suffering from
Balboa Cristobal howling again. See ANDY GRIFFITH that lovable !' I
SE! an "acute illness" that may be s v. t
the outgrowth of "some underly- s TEMPERATURE: laughtmaker of "No Tithe ., for Sergeants" in !,11 1
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The bulletin said the outlook 0 Low 75 77 4
I for his recovery is "excellent," THE CENTRAL. ,, :,,.
but it did not say precisely what HUMIDITY: I
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Gibson's order said Long is Low 73 82
mentally ill and is likely to hurt TOMORROW-777-4 11Q9Ii -'
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not restrained.
"He is suffering from exhaus exhaus0
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It said Dr. L. W. Schleusce Jr.,
Dr. Blake Fowler and Dr. Titus
Harris, head of the Psychiatric
Department of John Sealy Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, have examined Long.
Gibson said that after 14 days
of forced mental treatment, Long
can have a hearing if he wants
one. He said he will set a date 1 WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
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within two days for such a hear- THURSDAY, JUNE 4 most dramatic roles of their careersin 'VOIE114,:.
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June 16. , High THE MIRROR" in CinemaScope.Egan portrays, air,
The bearing probably would de- "THE MIKE AIM THE SHOWGIRL" II;e1-1" Ht.
13.5 ft. alcoholic and Julie London is cast,as the wife what-
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