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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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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DAILY NEWSPAPER

Throughout the world
igore people buy
Seagram's-V0.
than any other
iliported whisky.

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34th YEAR

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Canal Zone pOstal officials
are readying their periodic auc auction
tion auction sale of .various and sun sundry
dry sundry uticies toundin the mails
damaged, unclaiMed or deliv delivered.
ered. delivered.
If 'yell are a bargain' auler
you can lipoid an Instructive
half hour at the small garage
at the rear of thelIalboa post
office. I
Mere U the usual forlorn as asaortment
aortment asaortment of small household
appliances, -damaged portable
pnonographs ,and small broken
chests to hold silver and Jsuch Jsuchlike.
like. Jsuchlike. An array of luggage and
table radios (working order not
guaranteed) are available for
those burning to oWn damaged
luigage or slightly battered ra raBut
But raBut the real reat of the col collection
lection collection Is in what is fondly
knoWn to auction 'buffs as "in "incidentals.
cidentals. "incidentals.
For example, there is one
ferrotype plate, chrome, subject
not described.
Or there is a damaged baby
carriage that might be ap ap,
, ap, propriate to house two medium
sized damaged cats, And a
twisted venetian blind, metal,
which might fit nicely in a
rundown house.
Lovers of the unusual will
ha drawn at once to an ham
listing four damp chasers, Ito
further explanation offered.

For collectors, there is one
Jot, a sot d trophy pieces,
wclocks-r, and Pen. Ni) nrution
, here of which trophies were to
, be awarded with cloCirs or why
, the minim! pen.; Qr WNW', the
, stalwart unnnets2Won.ifk k,
For sporting gentlemen, there
s. Anied 7.1Ppeetleg ,enntattatng
Used Tatar, ir, pyr Widow:$0
le decks, Of cards' and ttossibl,
pair of Clearly, jor re re)
) re) sourcefut men,'
, Large looted ladies night
, want to go after 'one palr of
pumps, size 10A. Petite creatures
can skip this and concentrate
on rings, earrings and brooches
(ask to see).
Ilut the prize Item of the
collection is lot 138, two gui guitars
tars guitars wone ease. No question
of how this parcel got dam,,,
aged. The less said the better.
Only sealed bids are accept accepted
ed accepted and must be submitted at
the display or through postal
authorities by June 8.
Oh yes: all sales final.

Chorrera Murder
Believed Solved,
4 Suspects Held

Panama Secret Police sources
today believed they had solved the
murder of it Chinese merchant at
La Chorrera last May 24.
The evidence against four sus suspeas
peas suspeas in the killing of Wong Sing
Wah was, to be turned over today
to the district Attorney. The four
, are identified us the brothers Ja Jacinto
cinto Jacinto and Ceferino Cedeo, Climaco
Segura and tmesto Wong Cedelio.
Detectives said a kitchen knife
presumably used by the killers to
stab 'Wong in his room at the rear
of his grocery store hiUbeen Men Mentified'
tified' Mentified' as his by Bartolome Garcia,
the step-father of the two Cedeilo
brothers.
The suspeetu 'have steadfastly
denied any participation in the
killing, but detectives said o,ne of
the Cedello brothers has Unex Unexplained
plained Unexplained injuries on his elbow and'
knees and, according to Ms stePfa
titer neither of the two brothers
slept at his home on the night of
the murder, The suspects, on the
other hind,' claim they did sleep
'4 at home that night,
Detectivea said they found iv shirt
belonging to Segura with blood bloodstains
stains bloodstains which he has been unable
,te explain satisfactorily.
The 'murder motive is believed
, to be robbery, but detectives have
been unable 'to find any of the
money stolen from Wong' at tbe
homes of any of the suspects.
oCI sed,Section
Of Madden Road
,Again,fassable,.,
Thii section 'of Midden Road be between
tween between the, Trans-Isthmian Highway
and Madden Dam which was closed
' in Mayle permit culvert 'work has
'ilbeen- reopened to through traffic.
it .was announced by the Mahan Mahan'
' Mahan' once
The Toad was closed May 14 at
,04 for the replacement of a
large eulvert by 'the Maintenance
Division. The site of the work was
about three miles north Of the Med Med,
, Med, den Road-Boyd-Roosevelt Highway
intersection.

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AS To Push Probe
Panainci invasicon

WASHINGTON, June 4 (IMOThe Organization of
American States (OAS) will push ahead with its investiga,
tion of last month's Invasion of Panama in spite of the new newNicaraguan
Nicaraguan newNicaraguan crisis, responsible diplomatic officials said to to,
, to, claY.
The sources said that the OAS council will probably
meet early next week to consider a report of the five-nation
committee which made an on-the-spot Inquiry of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's charges that a Cuban-based Invasion had threatened
its security.
The report, which was completed yesterday does not
accuse any government, the sources said.

The five-nation committee is
presided over by Ambassador
John Drier of the United States.
Other members are ambassadors
Cesar Barros Hurtado of Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, Juan Plate of Paraguay,
minister Jorge Hazera of Costa
Rica and Augusto Zappa of the
Brazilia nembassy, substituting
for ambassador Fernando Lobo
who is now in Brazil.
Therreport will be submit

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ted to the OM council meeting
as a provisional organ of con consultation
sultation consultation of the 21 foreign ministers.

A source said that th.e report
on Panania points out that by
having voted to convene the
organ of consultation the OAS
council implicitly recognizeck the
veliditYrot the Panamanian ergument

Central American Blood Bath Feared
Uniess'OAS Acts In Nicaragua Attack

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WASHINGTON, June 4 (0.1)Nicgraguan Ambassador' Gui Guillermo
llermo Guillermo Sevilia-Sacasa warned today that there might be a seri serious
ous serious bloodbath' in Centrsi America Unless, the Organization of
American States heeds Niearagua's request for an investigation
of its invasion.

of its invasion.
The.t envoy also threatened, in Is speech to the Council -Of
the OAS,4;lat if the OAS fails to act' Nicaragua might be forted
to take action on its own and fire at Costa Rican planes ens enspected,
pected, enspected, of bringing more rebels into Nicaragua.
111 Sfanagua, meanwhile, they icaraguan Government has
ordered the Air Fore to attack timid, entified ship approich.
lialkthek coust, ,
'',1844eViap freilpirt. iberP;Iinkght.lut,,,A...iertoott blood bloodthreeNstbadnert.,ilatid
threeNstbadnert.,ilatid bloodthreeNstbadnert.,ilatid e bead- 'bath.' This Could cans alirlys
ing tolvard Nicaragua from Bata- conflict between Costa Rica and
bane, Cuba, 'carrying men and Nicaragua."
arms to reinforce the invaders

ax MB PM VUmn wmia
who flew in from Costa Rica over Sot opposition to booty Infor;
the weekend vontion was siolayino OAS se.
tion sm tbo invasion.
But warplanes Were maintaining
dusk-to-dawn patrols along both of The enundl had been eeheduted
to meet at 11 cin. to vote on Ni NiNicaragua's
Nicaragua's NiNicaragua's coastis By night, the
caraguats appeal for a For ion
Air Force flies protective cover
Ministers meeting and for an m mover
over mover the nation's principal cities.
sevilla sactsa vestigation of what it tailed an
In Washington
said, "Every day the situation armed, airborne inV 110 and
. thribstonnel aothtrna 1012,14

51111t1, VMS aux ma. azwLgau.s.aa
'threatened seaborne attack.
grows worse. Unless the OAS acts
1 thaum.wr.v am 4h. Irin.mf.ine

Course in Basic
English Writing
Offered By' CLIC

A course in basic English writ writing,
ing, writing, designed for college students
or those about to become college
students,. is included among the
subjects to be offered by the Canal
Zone Junior College during the
eight-week summer session this
year.
The course will give an intensive
review of writing skills as a prep preparation
aration preparation for the bulk of essay type
tests, reports, and, research papers
which face all college students, es especially'
pecially' especially' in the larger universities
where written reports and texts are
the principal basis for grades and
credits.
Stress will be placed on exposito expository,
ry, expository, narrative, and descriptive writ writing
ing writing together with punctuation, cap capitalization,
italization, capitalization, sentence structure, and
grammar. While the- course is pri primarily
marily primarily for college, students, others
who write memos or news stories
will find it useful., The classes will
meet Mondays through Thursdays
at a cm. with Frederick Brown, of
the' Balboa High School faculty, as
instructor. No credit will be given
for the course.
Registration for all classes will
be held Thursday sit the Junior Col College
lege College office from salt. to 4:15 p.m.
and :Tom 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Classes
are scheduled to start June 8 and
will continue through Aug. 1.

US Voting Machine sin

WASHINGTON (UPI) .--American
officials DOW have unveiled
here what obviously will be their
secret weapon tee U.S. exhtbit
this summer in Moscow. Its a
voting machine. 'With this I be believe
lieve believe they are going to worry the
Ittissions to death.;
What It meanC: Is decisions,
decisions, decisions for Ivan, who
normally ean relat,,while some somebody
body somebody else makes all the upsetting
choices.
"Which ono of the following
parts of the exhibit did You find
most interesting' the multiple multiplechoice
choice multiplechoice mechanical4 monster will
demand of Ivan. as the turtain
rnaps to, enfolding; him In omin ominous
ous ominous privacy.

Ho Weyer, as the meeting hour
came and passed, Latin American
diplomats remained closeted in
private meetings. Informed 'owe 'owees
es 'owees said possible compromise or
preliminary measures short of in invouing
vouing invouing the Inter-American Treaty
of Reciprocal Assistance (the Rio
Pact) were being considered.
One possibility would be the op oppointment
pointment oppointment of a committee to ptu ptudy
dy ptudy the question prther.
Several diplomats said private privately
ly privately they agreed, at least in part,
with Cuba's contention that the
Nicaraguan government had fail failed
ed failed tit make a convincing case
that the security of the hernia herniaphere
phere herniaphere is threatened by the small smallscale
scale smallscale landing of insurgents, ma many
ny many of whom ars Nicaraguans.
evilla-gagasn, in presenting the
appeal for joint action, argued
that the armed invasion by two
plane-loads of "varioul nationali nationalities"
ties" nationalities" constituted a' threat to the
peace of the entire Central Amer-1
man Jegion.
No now fighting has been re reported
ported reported from the central Nicara Nicaraguan
guan Nicaraguan Invasion zone.
The government said 70-odd reb rebels
els rebels svere fleeing through snake-infested
jungles, purgued by loyal
troops.
An official spokesman, making
the government's first mention of
casualties, said 12 hivaders and
three loyal soldiers were killet
Monday soon 'after an invaMon
force landed on the plains of Ola Ola4
4 Ola4 The rebels hail reported M
persons killed or wounded in a
series of engagements, but the
government spokesman said there
has been no larp-seale fighting
1
so far.

After be sweats out an answer
from 15 stated possibilities
(model home, Circarama, Color
TV, convertible automobile, etc.),
Ivan will find that's just the
start
"Now please vote for your sec second
ond second and third choices,' be then
will be ordered.
There are additional questions
to come seeking Ifan's lodgments
onassorted specific exhibits.' And
when be steps; sweating, from
the voting booth it, is presumed
he will know just how the taxpay taxpayer
er taxpayer feels in Columbus, Ohio, after
registering -election day prefer
ences for everything' from presi
dent to maybe a courts of state
constitutional amendments.
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PANAMA, IL THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1959

SEAMAN NErSOICIOSEglit TATES, aboard;the ILISS Nortlk wart 'striken with acute appendi appendicitis
citis appendicitis yesterday mOrning. Albrook Air Forcp' Base Rescue Control' Center was advised that the
aeaman. vtpiild be taken ashore at Puntarenas,Costs. Rica, An aircraft and medical aid was also
requirW,o transport the patient to Gorgas Hospital in the Canal Zone. At 12:45 pm a 0-47 was
dispatPhettrOm Albroqk Air Tors Bali. Shown above, helping ket, Tates off the mercy mis.k,,
si,Ailane at Albrpoltire tlert risbt): 8Sats George Presbrack,r0Oth 191e.terteltodadibrnslt,
,s; tot U.Willians Do litcOuth4 Reeeue-Control Center: 4k10, .crew"me niter Sigt.'Ir
oliest Davis, radio oPeriktor: Vat Lestit Yearwood, driver of the riaval ambuisence that car,
tied SeamanYates to Gorgap Hospitai'from Al brook. Crew members aboard the aircraft were:
,Mai. Francis R. sanborns,.us Navy pilot, assigned to Caribbean Command, quarry Heights;
Capt. David A. Robinette, copilot, 5700th Operations Squadron; Davis and Kelly, engineer of
the 5700th Materiel Squadron. Accompanying the crew was Capt. Robert F. Legge, US Navy doe doetOr,3assigned
tOr,3assigned doetOr,3assigned to the 15th Naval District at Fort Amador. The plane landed at Funtarenas at
.31)7 pin, took off with the patient at 4;15 pm, andlarrived at Albrook at 7 pni. In a teletype mes message
sage message received here today, Capt. J. W. Koenig. commanding officer of the Norfolk, said "Ar "Arrangements
rangements "Arrangements (for the evacuation) timely and flawless. Gracious cooperation and assistance of
the Costa Rican officials Wag unstinting and greatly appreciated." (Official TJSAR Photo)

1752 Canal Emloyes Will Get 20-Year

Servic Pins At Crec)onies Set Next Week

Service pins and certificates will
be presented next week to 1,752
employes of the Panams Canal
Company and the Canal Zone
Government who have completed.
20 or more years of service with
the Canal.,
The first awards will be gi,T
Monday morning at I o'clo,
Gov. W. L Potter to three to
al officials end his secretary
special ceremony to beultid in .1
Governor's office at B
Heights. r
Me first 20-year-award receinOtS
will be Paul A. Bentz, General
Counsel of the Panama Canal
CompanY; Henry L. Donovan, Civ Civil
il Civil Affairs Director; Ircprrest G.
bunsmoor, administrative assist assistant
ant assistant to the Governor; and Mary
F. Maguire, Secretary to the Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. Both Beritt and Donovan
have 29 years of service and,,,Wilt
be eligible in f)Ctober for thie30-
year serviii tWarti.
Ali ether presentations will bo
made in division level grotto
commotion b Lt., Gov, John, p.
McElheny at various times each
day ef next week.
Thb hrgest, single group of '20.
year employes are Irom the En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Conetruction Bureau
where 475 persons itrn Vart01111
units have earned service pins.
The second largest group are
Marine Bureau employes with 39a
persons who have worked from 20
to 29 years in the Canal organiza organization.
tion. organization. According to the schedule. the
first awards to be given by', the
Lieutenant Governor will be' pre presented
sented presented at I a.m. Monday ', the
Civil Defen4e Room in the Admi Administration
nistration Administration Building et B a lbo a

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That' of cmtrse is the object of
the U.S.-exhibit in Moscow. The
show is billed Is g cross section
of American life,- the triin
lature, transplainted to Sokolniki
Park for six weeke starting
(.
Pair officials expectmaybe four,
million Russiant-to pee our sbowt,
They profess to,thirdtg Ivan and
his friends will:be fascinated Ity.
out .voting ratline, and ;to', it,
contmodate Ithe '1 electorate the,
sot a single inachinq
but a hank pf
Zight bright young Russian
speaking Americanir have been
chosen to answer questions,
drawing the line onl,y at directing
which lever tolull. They will es

HeilWO '',!iployes of the Of Office
fice Office ollbe Aptroller.
In the g (location at 10 a.m.
awards given to 28 em em,ployee
,ployee em,ployee Afferent divisions in indite'
dite' indite' si3ffice of the Govern Govern!ve
!ve Govern!ve Planning Staff, In Ink,
k, Ink, lirity Office, Central Em Em:
: Em: Office, Per,sonnal Bureau
Aninistrative Branch.
" Attpm. Monday, 133 employ.
, Its SI lithe Transportation and
Tertninels Bureau will be awarct-1
11,,tervIce pins in a ceremony
k)iss held by Engine "Old 299"
at Ituallalboa railroad station.
Eightf more certificates and
pins wilt given out by the Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Ootrernor at 2 p.m. Monday
in the (torgas Hospital Library to
employes of the Health Bureau.
Titesday at 9 am. 20-year
awariltOwill be ;presented to 195
Pacifid Aide employes of the Mar Marin'e
in'e Marin'e Bureau in the Diablo Service
Center Clubroom.
Atlantic side employes with 20
or mort years of service will re receive
ceive receive awards from the Lieutenant
GoVernie Wednesday with the first
ceremony scheduled for 9 a.m. at
'Coco. Bolo Hospital Conference
Room fer 25 Health Bureau em employes.t
ployes.t employes.t The second presentation will be
held- at710 cm. for 203 employes
of the Marine Bureau in front of
the Induktrial Division office at
Mount 'Hope.
Wednesday afternoon, awards
will ,be. given at 1 o'clock to 97
Transpertation and Terminals em emoloYes
oloYes emoloYes ltt the Terminals Division
Pier 'Area; and at 2 o'clock 118
,employ of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau, the Adminis Administrative
trative Administrative Iiranch and the Civil Af

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sure tht voter nobody, but no
body,:o,will be looking over his
shoulderi,
One..tiiing Ivan may want to
kdow,ia.;how he ean be sure this
lir 4ind no answer has been
thougbof for this.
Threcof the poll watchera come
frOm4oteless Washington, D.C.,
and,,some smart Alexandrovitch,
if Twit plain ban, may every
well Mike bow and where they
votcyThere la an answer for that
4me :tort of. They all claim rest
dence ,somewhere else, and vote
by .mall.
' Irair"'officials elaim the Rus Russians
sians Russians in this ease have gone out
of their way to coexist pleasantly
under terms of an agreement that

fairs Bureau will receive pins and
certificates ih the Margarita Serv Service
ice Service Clubroom.
Three ceremonies are scheduled
for Thursday. The first will be
held in the Diablo Service Center
Clubroom at 9 a.m. for 75 Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau enriployes.
The second will be at 10 a.m.
in the Diablo Heights Theater
for 279 employes of the Engineer-.
ing and Construction Bureau and
the last will be held at 2 p.m.
in the Gamboa Service Center
for 130 employes of the Dredging
Division.
The week's program of 20-year
award ceremonies will be conclud concluded
ed concluded Friday with the Lieutenant
Governor presenfing pins and cer-.
tificates to 22g employes of the
Supply Division at 9 a.m. in the
Diablo Service Center clubroom
and to 77 employes of the Commu Community
nity Community Service Division at 10 cm.
in the same location.

CZ Library Closes
Friday Afternoon
For Paint Job

The Canal Zone library will close
Friday afternoon at 5, will be clos closed
ed closed all day Saturday, and will re reopen
open reopen Monday morning at 9:30, it
has been announced by Mrs. Elean Eleanor
or Eleanor Burnham, librarian.
The closing is pecessary while
the interior paitning of the ilibrary
is being completed. The new colors
at the library will be pale green
walls and white ceilings to kive
more pleasant reading conditions.

Up To Ivan

also lets them run a show in New
York, starting the last of this
month.
The Russians have blown the
whistle on only a couple of items.
We had planned to give away
fresh hot doughnuts. Nyet, said
the Russians. They also clouded
up initially on free soft drinks,
but on this have now come
around.
Our big disappointment to date
canie on what Sen. Hilbert Hum
rihrey (DMinn.), an old Russia
hand, once predicted would be
our moat imoressive exhibit The
Russians, after lone talks, have
said never mind the 19 eleam
trig bathroom units we planned to
install. They say the will hand handle
le handle the plumbing.

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Ils 110
L
Bridge Approach
Now Five Weeks
Behind Schedule

Work on the West Bank approach to Balboa Bridge
is running five weeks behind schedule and will prbably
be at least six weeks behind before completion, Balboa
Heights officials revealed today.
Official contract completion date for contractor L
R. Sommer was May 14, but today there still remained
more than 50,000 cubic yards of earth to be mov d, mint
of it on the Canal side oflarfan Hill.
At the contractor's present rate of earth- oving, a about
bout about 3000 cubic yards daily, th'e earliest completion could
not be expected before June 21.
Sommer representatives have formally applied for CM
extension of completion date, but authorities at Ba lbOa
Heights said today no action on the extension request
will be taken until after work is complete.

According to the contract, Som Somtrier
trier Somtrier must pay a penalty of $25 for
each day work continues beyond
May 14.
If an extension is later granted
by authorities the penalty would
be cancelled for those day cover covered
ed covered byithe extension.
The West Bank approach con contract
tract contract was.the first be ,awarded
4or the long owaltect:bridgo miter
the-Pattillna'Tantit- Metal itart7.'
ing date was Dee. 1. '?
Pan Canal officials pointed out
that the delay in the West Bank
approach work will not delay the
substructure contract, which will
be awarded sometime this month,

Municipal Council
At Chorrera Bons
Out-of-Town Meat
'rhe municipal council at La
Cborrera has moved to pre preVent
Vent preVent meat slaughtered in other
ijowns from being. sold there.
! An ordinance passed recently
establishes fines of from $5 to
$50 for an violation. The move
was taken when the council
learned that several Chorrera
butchers nad intended to have
their meat butchered at tbe Ar Arr
r Arr a ij an abbatoir instead of at
Chorrera,

FIVE CENTS

State 01 Emergency-
imposed On Ecuador
As Clashes Continue,
PUAYAQIIIL., lune' 4-0)51.)--, :
Tanks stint .treopip Ott Attlb-sn
"here qiist
night, ldlling seven persons and in-'
creasing the toll of five days of in intermittent
termittent intermittent violence to at least 19
dead.
A government decree imposing a
state of emergency on all Ecuador
and ordering a dusk-to-dawn cur curfwe
fwe curfwe on Guayaquil blamed the dis disorders
orders disorders on "foreign elements
meaning the Communists.
Official reports said seven per persons
sons persons were killed in the violence
which erupted afte- funeral service
for an equal number of persons
killed in similar riots yesterday.
Five persons had been killed pre previously
viously previously in Porto Viejo, where the
lynching of Capt. Galo Quevedo
Friday for punishing a soldier set
off the current wave of violence.
Tanks turned back a mob which
tried to storm the police barracks
here at 7 p.m., shortly after the
funeral. Troops deployed to guard
the barracks fired in the air to dis
perse the mob.

HAMMERM HONEYSWielding some persuasive salesinanshin
for the Navy Relief Charity Drive, pretty teen-agers Debbie
Bathke (left) and Melinda Weishaar stand ready to ring up a
ticket sale at the 15th Naval District headquarters. The girls
alA want to remind ticket holders that the Navy Relief Raffle
grand drawing will be telebast Saturday over CFN-TV. Debbie is
the 16-year-old daughter' of Nay- Capt. and Mrs. Ernest S.
Bethke. Melinda, 15, is the daugr r of Navy civilian and Mrs.
A. H. Weishaar. The Weiahaar family left the Isthmus today for
California where they will make their home.

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HAMMERM HONEYSWielding some persuasive salestnanshin
for the Navy Relief Charity Drive, pretty teen-agers Debbie
Bathke (left) and Melinda Weishaar stand ready to ring up a
ticket sale at the 15th Naval District headquarters. The girls :
. al,A want to remind ticket holders that the Navy Relief Raffle
' grand drawing will be telebast Saturday over CFN-TV. Debbie Is i
L the 16-year-old daughter' of Nay,- Capt. and Mrs. Ernest S. 1
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o Bathke. Melinda, 15, is the dangl-,, r of Navy civilian and Mrs. i
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the Sstates and learn to work for a living," said the pstmchy man
as he fingered his whisky glass in the club. (His son-in-law was re
cently taken on as a trainee in a certain anal department. Natural Naturally,
ly, Naturally, only for the experience.)
"That's right," said the partner from The Hill. don't believe
in this in-breeding business. We need as.d must. have new blood."
, (His son flunked out of a Statisside school too tough for his
tender skin, you know, and he too is to be taken on for learning pur pur,
, pur, poses.)
4 The draft-dodgers came here to escape wartime military ger ger.
. ger. vices, built a little empire and now bltend to have their in-laws
Learn Tlle Trade.
Cut it out! Chase the mama's boys to the Slates and end this
: farce of handing down make-believe to the favors(' few.
Enpugh ig Enough.
--
ARMY COMMISSARY PRIVILEGES
: Sir:

1 The "Army-Minded Civilian" Mail Box, June 3) who coin coin.
. coin. plained and wondered why military civilian labor has commis commis:
: commis: sary privileges sure echoed my sentiments. I'm with her.
But she missed a few categories of civilian shoppers. Like
Navy and Air Force civilian help. And she overlooked the wives
:of Pan Canal and Panama, City men. The Pan Canal wives are the
lone who are really a thorn in my side.
: Pan Canal people are forever condemning us military wives
saying we get the best of everything. The old wrangle about dif dif'
' dif' ferential pay, annual leave, low-cost housing, and on and on has
been worn thin in the Mail Box.
But if somebody would take a survey of Pan Canal wives work work:ing
:ing work:ing for the military, they would discover that nearly all of them
but the bulk of their groceries from the Army store. They might
!get the nicer thing at Pan Canal, but not the coffee, sugar, rice,
'flour, pork, chickens and other staples which are far lower at the
Army.
, I noticed a story in the paper this week that frying chickens
are priced at 48 cents a pound at Pan Canal. I found this shock shocking,
ing, shocking, since I have been paying 35 cents at Corozal.
I agree that it is quite true that military civilian employes in
the States do not have commissary privileges. I have never heard
them complain. On the Zone, ho-4.-ever, everybody has his hand
out to grab all he can. This lucrative situation can't last forever,
and the civilians how it.
I imow one wife whose husband is a high-rated civilian, and
Phe is forever complaining about having no money. They live in
the lowest-prized quarters around here, drive a not-so-new car
and seem to maintain a quiet social level. They:must use folding
money for a green salad. Bee& USe my family's income must be a about
bout about halt. and we aren't as broke as she claims.
I don't really care if everybody: on the Zone and Panama
tombine0 sneaks into the Army commissary to buy their beanst
rice andreanned milk. Jbst so they leave enough for me.
I think "Army-Minded Civilian" isn't really mad because the
civilians shop at the Army either. She's just shook because thesi
people are pulling in more privileges than her, and getting paid
more to boot.
Sympathetic Shopper.

COUNTELINVASION TACTICS

Sir:

Please don't get the idea that I am out of writing ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. You can just attribute my silence to circumstances beyond
my control.
I have been very amused at the letters Of the "big bravados"
against the measures employed by My government during the re recent
cent recent invasion and even at their derogatory remarks about the
National Guard.
The measures adopted by m government not only stopped
miss bloodshed, but might also discourage other invasions
throughout Latin AMeriCa. You can bet that Par Mina was just a
guinea pig in this deal.
I am sure most of the great big AMeriCallOs who are shoot shooting
ing shooting of their mouths got out of the United States real fast during
the last world war under the guise of being defense workers. To Today,
day, Today, their shouts are louder than that of Joes who faced the
enemy on the battlefield.
As for the natives, it only goe' s to show how stupid some of
us are. Sixty percent of Uncle Sam's youths are not in the army
because they want to be. They are forced to Serve their country
by the draft. Nov supposing the Panami. invasion had turned out
Into sornething big, do my stupid countrymen think they would
escape being drfated? Unless they wante to be jailed as traitors.
While visiting the United States, Fidel Castro had his hench henchmen
men henchmen spreading the rumor that gunmen were out to kill him in
order to show MilleriCaria how brave he was by refusing to have
protection. HOWeVer, smart folks know he was just putting on an
act. Notice how there were not any gunmen after him when he
Visited Latin AnleriCan countries.
Ginger Know All.

BAN ANTONIO BUGLE

ilir:

June is here and the market well provided with plenty
to eat, but the cantaloupes got too much water. and that cut the
flavor some.
Them valley-grown prunes are fine. It didn't take long to
get a crop when they got irrigation.
Tornadoes have not let up, and the tropical storms are be beginning
ginning beginning to nose in.
Was not feeling too good, and so called on the doctor and he
pushed the wrong button. He increased the price of my tablets
and cut the number, and then found he had to retract in time
to beat Digger O'Dell, our honorary undertaker.
AM up on my feet again, and you will likely hear from me
next week. Can't persuade my eyes to do much better.
pop Wright.

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, New York State is the great- 39 Sea eagles
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, Id fire protection plan became effective July I, 1956. 1:people of the U.S. live within 43 sCtlieell.1 miummrAriArealimm get of pitiless criticism. Here and
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' Mr:

Being a man from the military, Rnd therefore interested in
the incressed cost (instead of reduced costs) due to the recent
closing of three fire companies, I hereby submit the following
suggestions to further economy and give better fire protection.
By reverting to the previous procedures of the Panam Canal
Fire Divirion in the use of only two fire captains, one in the Cris Cristbal
tbal Cristbal and one in the Balboa District as district commanders, sav savings
ings savings could effected which could then be Rpplied to the hiring
Of more firefighter personnel. This could bring each fire com company
pany company up to its required complement at all times. On occasions
fire companies have operated undermanned since the coneolidat coneolidatId
Id coneolidatId fire protection plan became effective July 1, 1956.
---SmokY Joets Cousin, Abner.

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Labor News.
And
Comments
By VICTOR RIESE!.
Night after night, for weeks be before
fore before that dawndragnet puited
21 Mafia men, Federal agents
trailed them and virtually put the
mobsters to bed. And day after
day reports of the mob "meets"
were turned in revealing a score
of rackets most of which are wov woven
en woven around "controlled" unions.
At least six of those indicted,
after the Federal Narcotics Bu Bureau
reau Bureau raidf, are big time tabor
racketeers. Same operate small
unions. Some run labor relations
outfits. Some just convince their
clients by muscle.
Now the tailing is over. The
Federals have other work to do.
'There isn't enough Federal man manpower
power manpower to trail the hoods and pro pro'tect
'tect pro'tect the good.
Furthermore, sometime in July
the McClellan Committee sleuths
go out of business. But the heat
may not be offesoecially if the
Senate's KennedyErwin Bill be becomes
comes becomes law with a certain clause
in it intact. That's now up to the
House of Representatives where
the debate is raging.
This section has not been dis
cussed anywhere in the public
prints. Lest it be ignored, as it
has been for months by the entire
nation, let it be made public here.
The forbidding clause, should it
become law by passage in the
House of Representatives, seU up
a 1S-man watchdog committee for
the entire nation.
To the techniciana who worte it
into the proposed reform law it
la known Mg Section 502 of Title
Five of S1555. officially listed as
the Labor-Management Reporting
and Disciosure Act of 1959.
If this really becomes lawy, this
15-man committee could become,
in effect, a new racket busting
group.
The new committee would have
the power to search through the
land for violations of codes or eth ethics
ics ethics and breaking of each section
of the reform hill. It could spot spotlight
light spotlight racket rings, looting, yio.
lence, and anti-democratic control
of unions. It could probe attacks
such as the recent beating of two
Ladies Garment Workers Union
officials. It could look into indus industry.
try. industry. This means it could seek out
areas into which the mobs have
moved and are terrorizing legiti legitimate
mate legitimate businessmen.
This committee would be made
up of three groups.
Five will be chosen by tbe Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Labor from a panel no nominated
minated nominated by national unions, five
from selections offered by em employer
ployer employer associations, "industrywide
or national in scope," and five
shall represent the' nubile. Such a
combination of men would have
to be or national 'ertiading ati atiture,
ture, atiture, for each panel would natural naturallv
lv naturallv be the be9t each group could
find.
Under this virtually unknown
section of the proposed reform
bill, the committee has the right
to call on the Secretary of Labor
for all the technical helt and data
it needs and wants. This mate material
rial material would be considerable. Under
this law the U.S. Secretary of La Labor
bor Labor has the right to subpena books
of unions and examine its officers.
Specifically the committee is
charged with advising "the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary in the administration of the
Act." This means it proves and
tells the cabinet member where it
believes the law is being broken
or not properly enforced.
Under the bill, the committee
has the right to meet and investi investigate
gate investigate and advise any time five of
its members want a session.
On the Secretary of Labor can
summon the group wheneve reh
wishes But it must meet at least
four times a year. There is no li limit
mit limit on the length of each session
not on what may be probed. Nor
is there any word prohibiting the
committee from meeting in public
under the eyes and ears of news.
men, TV cameras and mikes.
And when the committee has
proved and reported to the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor, he must, in turn.
report to Congress on how goes
the fight on the rackets and one oneman
man oneman rule.
The Secretary of Labor MU6t do
this not later than three year; af after
ter after passage of the Act.
I thought you'd like to know
what's in the lay.
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MiLrFACT
i New York State is the great.
I est market place in the nation.
! Almost one-fourth of all the
I people of the U.S. live within
1250 miles of New York City.
About 2212 per cent of the
nation's wholesale trade is car.
Tied on in New York. Three Threefourths
fourths Threefourths of the dry goods, (kne (knellMalt
llMalt (knellMalt of the clothing and Jew- i
elry, one-fourth of the furni- 1
ture and about one-fifth of 1
the paper, chemicals, sporting
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are sold in New York State. I
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THE HEADLINERS
Civilization is in the midst of a,
grave crisis. Scientists are reach reaching
ing reaching for the moon and tyrants are
planning to und the world to Hell.
Nevertheless, Kim Novak dines,
wines and dances with Cary Grant
and the beeg news is splashed
across dailies. The star announces
that she may wed Count Bandini
and theme are additional headlines
.Miss Novak is, undoubtedlyt
one of Cupid's more ardent sup.
porters. On her original film
studio questionnaire, she wrote
love love more than anything!"
.This isn't the first time Miss
Novak has made purring sounds
with Count Bandini. There were
reports several years ago that
Kim and the Count would wed. At
that time, she had this. to say a about
bout about marriage: "I don't believe in
doingatoo 'many things at-ono-time
and lousing up everything.
Debbie Reynolds has joined the
Joy Scouts and is having fun in
New York. She seems as pretty
and sunny as everand is being
linked with thisnthat chap. You
can wager, however, that the emo emotional
tional emotional wounds are still painful. It
takes a long time for a brolon
heart to mend. The Liz-Eddie ro romance
mance romance was a great surprise and
shock to Debbie. Only three days
before the explosive headlines
shattered her marriage, Debbie
informed an i rviewer: "I don't
wish for any e happiness. Ed Eddie
die Eddie and I are v hsppy on cur
own could, but 1 t just a cloud
floating in the s t's ancaor
informed an inti
wish for any ml
die and I ars v
own could, but
floating in the
ed."
Gregory Peck, Itest
film effort is "Pork ,' IS
one of the more end In
common with many iv
careers Mr. Peck 4., s sscenic
scenic sscenic ailway aspects loftSvg 10'.'
cents, s'.rep dips, dangerous
curvesa swift, exciting ride. .
He was inked by Hollywood after
appearing in a series of Broad Broadway
way Broadway shows. He became a star in
his initial movie. The series of
Broadway shows that h? appeared
in had one fact in common: All
were flops.
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There ere more allies than
friends. The foregoing was de
monstrated again by the recent
critisism of American leaders by
some well-known Britishers. Anglo-American
relations are tence.
At this time it is well to re recall
call recall Anthony Eden's wisdom; "I
think it is a mistake to try
to base Anglo-American rela relations
tions relations mainly upon sentiment. We
may ,not always like each other
very much. I think it is a mistake
to try to base them on common
origins, common parentage, even
common language, because there
will be occasions when we differ;;
therefore it is desirable to base
them on their true foundation
which is a common interest in
peace and in preventing a repeti repetition
tion repetition of those catastrophic world
conflicts every twenty years."
-- 54,
The report &at. Jean Sibelius,
the ,great Finnish composer, will
be the subject for a film biog js
good news. lie was an extraordina
ry individual. When he was 90 a
reporter asked Sibelius the secret
of his longevity. The composer ex explained:
plained: explained: "I have a magic elixir--
interest and imagination. It has
kept me fresh every moment of
this exciting and beautiful life.
Imagination has been my best
friend. it has helped me in
hours of crisis, it has intensified
my happy moments, and it will
continue to keep roe happy as long
as I live."

"First Impressions," which 4e 4eserved
served 4eserved a better fate, closed last
night. Tt drew a split decision
from the critics. Abe J3urrows,
the author-director, has com commented:
mented: commented: "This is the tenth show
I've been connected with. And I
don't remember a bigger opening,
fir noise, for clapping and for
laughter. Every one flipped, ex
cept a few iellows we didn't ask
the critics."
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The harshest fact about the
theatre's economy was once ex explained
plained explained by Aisleman Chapman:
"Yes. critics have too much pow power,
er, power, but that has gone on so long
it's an old story. Blame the hitor-flop
economy of the theatre,
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New York
not its reviewers. Today, if you
say a show is 'nice' or 'enjoy 'enjoyable,'
able,' 'enjoyable,' it's dead."
Lisa Kirk is chanting and en enchanting
chanting enchanting at the Persian Roum.
Witnessing her conquest of au audiences
diences audiences is an exciting experience.
Her special magic transforms a
mass of strangers into people who
adore herand are happy to be
with each other. Such is the sor sorcery
cery sorcery of stardoom. It not only ra radiates
diates radiates lightbut aiso warms the
heart.
In the storm of Little Rock
there are countless citizens vim
are holding fast to the finest Am American
erican American traditions. Gov. Faubus's
setback last week is heartening
event. It offers, the important re remnder
mnder remnder that while one citizen
holds ,the ,Torch,,,,of Liberty this'
country Will never kinnittbe terror
of darlinesi. IncitientallY; the Ala Alabama
bama Alabama bigots who objected to a
children's book wherein a white
rabbit marries a black one
should be reminded that the Am Am,erican
,erican Am,erican Eagle is made of different
colorsand so is the American
flag. 1
British jeernalists, it was dis disclosed,
closed, disclosed, abused Fnederic March
and his wife Florence Eldridge.
I'lle wanton attack left Mrs.
March in tears. The Fredenc
Marches have always been among
the most popular stars. They have
gained the affection and respect of
fellow performers as well as U.S.
newboys. The British press must
have been roughbecause Mr. and
Mrs. March have even been able
to accept bad notices with a smile.
One of the Broadway clas,sics con concerns
cerns concerns the time they were tcapped
a flop. After the show closed, the
Marches paid for adverts in New
Yorks dailiescontaining a car cartoon
toon cartoon of two trapeze artists (re-
presenting themselves) missing'
each other in mid-air. The cip ciption:
tion: ciption: "Oops, sorry."
Everything in life is temporary,
including life. It helps explain
why stars are insecure about their I
success. They are haunted by a 1
sense of impermanence. As Frank
Sinatra told Joe Hyams the other
day: "Everything I do is current.
Every day I have to come up with
a new product br I'll lose my cus customers.
tomers. customers. I'in always bucking the
American game-;he's-on-top now
knock-him-off. People root for you
going up so that they can knoll(
YOU off later."
The N.Y. Yankees know exact exactty
ty exactty what he means. The trouble
with being a champion is that ybu
cannot be one forever.
r,...
Groucho's autobiog in Mcesils's
has his patented gay, irreverent
touch. For eximple! "Age is not
a particularly interesting sub subject.
ject. subject. Anyone can get old. All you
have to do is live long enough."
The wild gyrations of show biz
are strikingly illustrated by June
Havbc's personal' hiStory, "Early
Hitvoc." Before she was 3 Bliss
Havtac danced on the same bill
with Pavlova, the great ballerina.
At 8 she was a vaudeville ear
and earned as uch as $1,500
weekly. At 14 she was considered
washed, up and was compelled ,to
earn a living by enduring the tor torture,
ture, torture, of dm' marathons. .'
'
History is full of cruel jokcs.
John Foster Dulles, while serving
as Secretary of State,, was the tar target
get target of pitiless criticism. Here and
overseasalmost everything he
did and saidinspired. a barrage
of abuse. And now he is being
showered with tributes. There ore
salutes to his patriotism, states statesmanship,
manship, statesmanship, integrity, intelligence
and courage. Even the Russian
,leaders, who frequently vilified
ihim, are expressing respect. .
Dulles was always gifted witli the
dine qualities which are winning
itinternational admiration. Never
heless, he was rarely praised.
Why? Is Death mom important
lima Litst

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l'illE.Riti'l0,..;;;RgO.ND::

WASHINGTON-7.: Therei 'in un- phirded president of the UniversU
'diced, gimmick in the renegotia- ty' of Arsenio al the age 'at 34;
ion eons-act bill now oefore ,Con- opposed. So -did Russell Long of
:rex, which- will cost the taxpast- who was elected, to
rs additional billions. It took a the Senate so young-4eihathe
ady to spot it. hadto wait until he was 30 before
The lady is Congresswoman 'Mar- he could take the oath.
ha Griffiths of Detroiyand the Moral:, Youth is sometimes in-,
ummick is called "the incesfive tolerant-of. yGuththough nt
ype contract." ways. Ninety-one-year old Sett,
higa-sounding provisin is Theodore Green of Rhode Island
upposed to give a contractor in didn't hesitate. He Voted igainst
menthe to Did high, or, if he youn't Reid. '
lids high, and then saves, ke ,,,, ',
teps part of the savings. JET INSPECTIN r
And since important contracts ,
oday are cost-plus, without com- A squad' of Federal Aviation
etitive bids, the average contrac- Authority inspectors descended up. i
or can bid almost anything he on Douglas Aircraft's plant In Ca Cavents
vents Cavents to. The sky is the. limit, lifornia. the other night to inspect
Congresswoman Griffiths knows the new DC-I Jet passenger plank,
qmething about this because she This Is 's necessary precaution
sed to work for the Detroit Ord- taken by the FAA, before a neve
once Bureau during the war. plane is ,OKd for passenger travel.
-"it sounds so pious,' remarked The inipectors found the planel
Ira. Griffiths, "but it will In- interior barren of the fixtures they
rease the bid, then the defense yere supposed to inspect. But
ontractor gets part of the sav- they,went ahead with their inspee.
age. The higher you estiMate tion anywiy. ,'
our costs, the more money- you -.They tried out the emergence
riake in the end." lights,,which are supposed to oper
The incentive gimmick was.tuck- ate for at least 15 minutes with.
d into the House bill by none out fading.. Some, lights weren't
ther than Congressman ,Cee I evenconnected, some which were
:Mg. Democrat of Los Angeles, connected burned out in eight min mini
i mini whose time are Douglas Air- tiles.,
raft, North American, Lockheed The' lights aroimd the -eniersenrhirh
gets billions annually from cy exits, which, are suppoSed to
'entagon contracts. highlight emergency inetrueons
His former assistant, Keith in case of a crah, didn't go on
,inden, now works for Harvey at all.
,Iuminum which also gets defense The inspectors tugged at a rpm rpmontracts.
ontracts. rpmontracts. partment in the ceiling, and fin finWhen
When finWhen the bill came up in the ally pulled down a I35-pound life
rotve, Congreseman Carl Vinson raft. If the plane had been fttl of
f Georgia, who knows defense, seats and passengers, the still.
ontractg better than almost any- gle with the reit might have gone
ne else, made 0 veliant attempt on for several minutes.
stop it. So did Mrs. Griffiths. Next, the inspectors checked the
ut it sailed through the carefree emergency slide, a 14-foot chute
rouse of Renresentatives without made of rubber and nylon, which
ven a record vote. is supposed to he fised by pas-
-It will now be u,p to the Senate. sengers to abandon plan. It
here blue-stocking Sen. Levorett stretched the II feet to the ertrind
altonstall. the Boston Republican at such a steep angle that the ins.
should know htfer, hvotted pectors disereetty decided not to
le s,ame gimmick into the bill. try it out themselves. The comps compsnv
nv compsnv supplied some athleticallv-inFOREIGN
INVESTMENTS dined employes who whipped down
the Mide instead of the inspectors
Sen. George Aiken, the rugged The AA agents poked and pried
'ermont Republican, is a belieY- ground the plane, testing emergen emergenr
r emergenr in foreign aid, but not a believ-'cy hooks that bent and, other
r in subsidies to American busi- gadgets that functioned uncertain uncertainess
ess uncertainess abroad. ly.
He points out that American Yet, except for minor changes,
evelopment loans supposed to they approved the safety equip equipromote
romote equipromote industry in underdevelop- ment not only for this empty plane,
cotmtries have largely been but for all the other jets coming
sed to build factories in Eegland, off the Douglas prohisction line.

noticed:gimmick, in the renegotia renegotiation
tion renegotiation torixact bill now oefore .Con-'
gress which- will cost the teapot teapoters
ers teapoters additional billions. It took a
lady to:spot it.
The lady is Congresswoman 'Mar-,
tha Griftiths of Detroit,' and the,
gimmick is called "the income
'
type contract."
hign-sounding provisin is
supposed to give a contractor in
incentive to Did high, Or, if he
bids high, and then saves, lie
keeps part of the savings.
And since important contracts
today are cost-plus, without com competitive
petitive competitive bids, the average contrac contractor
tor contractor can bid almost anything he
wants to. The sky is
Congresswoman Griffiths knows'
rmething about this because she
used to work for the Detroit Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Bureau during the war.
-"it sounds so pious,' remarked
Mrs. Griffiths, "but it will in increase
crease increase the bid, then the defense
contractor gets part of :the sav savings.
ings. savings. The higher you estiMate
your costs, the more money- you
make in the end."
The incentive gimmick was.tuckl was.tuckled
ed was.tuckled into the House bill by none
other than Congressman ,C es i I
King. Democrat of Los Angeles,
in whose area are 'Douglas .Air .Aircraft,
craft, .Aircraft, North American, Lockheed
which gets billions annually from
Pentagon contracts.
His former assistant, Keith
Linden, now works for Harvey
Aluminum which also gets defense
contracts.
When the bill came up in the
Howe, Congressman Carl Vinson
of Georgia, who knows defense.
contracts better than almost any anyone
one anyone else, made 0 valiant attempt
to stop it. So did Mrs. Griffiths.
But it sailed through the carefree
House of Renresentatives without
even a record vote.
-It will now be up to the Senate.
There blue-stocking Sen. Levorett
SaPonstall. the Boston Republican
who should know hi0tier, tootted
the s:ame gimmick into the bill.
FOREIGN INVESTMENTS
Sen. George Aiken, the rugged
Vermont Republican, is a believ believer
er believer in foreign aid, but not a believ believer
er believer in subsidies to American busi business
ness business abroad.
He points out that American
development loans supposed to
promote industry in underdevelop underdeveloped
ed underdeveloped cotmtries have largely been
used to build factories in England,
France, Italy, Belgium and The
Netherlands.
"These sre highly industrialized
countries, in no way under-developed,"
remarked Aiken, "and the
factories we built will merely com compete
pete compete with American industry. This
is not why Congress passed the
development loan act....
Cms s-ex a m Min g Under Sweta Swetary
ry Swetary of State pillon on thds,general
subiect, Aiken asted:,
"You have given American busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen so many safeguards to
invest abroad that I would like to
know if it is possible for Ameri Ameriean
ean Ameriean firms to lose a single dollar
in these investments."
Dillon thought a moment. Final Finally
ly Finally he replied:
"They could lose it from the de depreHation
preHation depreHation of currency."
"Yes." counterod Aiken, "but if
the rulTentY was depreciated be beenuse
enuse beenuse of revolution or war. than
their losses are guartnteed by the
American taxpayer."
YOUTH vs. YOUTH
When 33-year-old Ogden Reid,
Jr., former publisher of the New
York Herald Tribune, was voted
upon as Ambassador to Israel.
some Senators who started their
careers just as voung as he is, 0P 0PPosed
Posed 0PPosed him. Others who began
young supported him.
Sen. Bill Langer of North Dako Dakota,
ta, Dakota, who began ,his career as at attorney
torney attorney general of North Dakots ftt
the age of 26, supported Reid.
Hubert TInoinhrey, nrho became
mayor of Mlnnespolis at 34. is
fnr him. So did Sen. Albert
Gore of Ten,nessee, whn wss eleet eleeted
ed eleeted to Vic House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives at the ago of 30.
However, ;Frick Kennedy of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, elected to the House
ftt the acre et 95). voted agolnst thA
33-year-old 'led Sen. Frank
Church of tdftho, elftcted tto the
Pone,. xt. 30. obStainitt while Sen.
Bill rulbright of Arks,nsas, op

THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1151

!GT011
OijtID ,-
ot of tho Univers!.
al the age 'or 34;
Russell Long of
o was elected, to
young-20---tohat he
d he was 30 before
:heththeisyelsaorouthmglebtiomintesseaint.
I of Rhode Island
He voted against
SPECTI6N.-
,
!
Federal Aviation
!tors descended up. is
Tuft's plant in Ca Cast
st Cast night to inspect
tt passenger piano.
essar precaution
'AA, before a new
r passenger travel.
found the plane's
of the fixtures they
to inspect. But
1 with their inspee,
at tho emergency
s supposed to per.
t 13 minutes with.
, lights weren't
some which were
d out in eight min mina
a mina mind the emeraen,
are supposed to
sertcy instrIktr'ont
rah, didn't go on
t tugged at a cum.
s ceiling, and fin finn
n finn a 135-pound life
e had been roll of
sngers, the stru strut
t strut might have gone
ninutes.
oectors checked the
s, a 14-foot Outs
and nylon, which
be fised by pas-
ndon plan. It
feet to the grolnd
angle that the
ly decided not to
elves. The compa compaome
ome compaome athleticallv-inwho
whipped down
1 of the inspectors.
s poked and pried
s testing emergen emergenbent
bent emergenbent and other
octioned uncertain uncertaintr
tr uncertaintr minor changes,
the safety equip.
r this empty plane,
other jets coming
prohtsction
,
,,ATIoN
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,
the' Department
docation to hlo
eh in the Mis Mist
t Mist of tho Panama
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1111 OttAlkil

DAILY
EDITATION
Ilia. 4-41
resent y Diporfmon
of Christian Idwcatien fe hte
Episcopal Church 'in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
-Canal Zone.)
St. Matthew S:16
UMBRELLA RELIGION
"Let your light sO shine in.
fore men, that they may see
your good works, and 'AM),
your Father which is in heav heaven."
en." heaven." There is much In thi. Isa
oracle to commend it. Its author
presumably lived long after
the original prophet. He predicts
a material prosperity Which -will
be the city's pride and glory. But
he is not content to stop there.
He goes on to speak of a spiritual
purity. Everyone Will he called
holy and the glory of God will
rest- upon the whole city.
Holiness and glory. Our author
uses these great words of teat.
ah, but with a difference. Here
is the danger. This is thedefect
which vitiates his religion and
so much of ours.
The outreach of Isaiah is
lacking. Our author's holiness anti
glory are static, not dynamic. He
is concerned merely with the
tight little circle in Zion. No re revelation
velation revelation of God goes out. No seek seeker
er seeker after truth enters in. Instead,
there will be a canopy over all
the glory; Our author has an
umbrella religion.
And What about our own? Da
we proclaim Grifys glory, or do we
try to protect.lt?.
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THURSDAY, ausz 4, j951)

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ORDNANCE AWARDS Eight members of the US. Army Caribbean Ordnance Section, with a total of more than 217d years'
service, were given 30-year Federal service pins at a celebration held at Corozal. Members of the group, from left te right,
are: Edgar,N. King, who has 32 years of service including 29 years with Ordnance; Victor A. Worrell, 30 years, 20 with Ord Ordnance;
nance; Ordnance; Frederick A. Alleyne, 33 years, 12 with Ordnance; Mildred M. Neely, 30 years, 12 with Ordnance; Samuel T. Daniel, 35
years, 31 with Ordnance; Navarro Ventura, who has 24 years' service with Ordnance of a total of 30 years' Federal service and
Hugh M. Best, 38 years, 28 with Ordnance. King lives in Para Iso, Worrell in Pueblo Nuevo, Miss Neely in Curundu, Ventura
in Panama City and Best in Paraiso.z--(1.1.S. Army Photo)

House Committee Okays Bill
To Continue Wartime Taxes

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Ways & Means Committee
gave swift approval yesterday to
a bill to continue for another year
present high wartim etax rates on
cigarettes, liquor, automobiles and
corporations.
Only three members of the 25
man comtnitee voted against the
measure, which must clear Con
gress by June 30 to forestall a
scheduled two billion dollar an
nual revenue loss. That would
wreck President Eisenhower's
hopes for a balanced budget.
The bill would continue until
June 30, 1960:the..Present 10 per
unt Jederal excise tax on new
cars and ',the 8"; per cent tax on
auto parts and accessories. The
rates were scheduled to drop to
7 pe r cent and 5 per cent re
spectivelt.
0041' The measure also would fore''
stall tax reductions of a penny a
pack on cigarettes, $1.50 a gallon
on liquor and $1 a barrel on wine.
The federal tax rates now are
eight cents a pack on cigarettes,
$10.50 a gallon on liquor and $9 a
barrel on beer.
The legislation also would con
tinue the present 52 per cent tax
rate on corporatiohs, preventing
an automatic drop to 47 per cent.
The present tax rates were im
posed during the Korean war to
helo finance the fighting. The war
ended in 1953 but Congress never
has seen its way clear to let them
drop back to peacetime levels.
Opposed to the bill in commit
tee were Reps. Noah M. Mason
(RILL), James B. Ut URCalif.)
and Thaddeus M. Machrowitz (D
.Mich.). ,olo represents a major
auto center.

Key Democrats considered a
two-year extension of th erate on
the theory that Congress will
have to approve another continu continuance
ance continuance next year anyway. But they
decided against it which means
the issue will come up again in
1960, a presidential election year.
The House Rules Committee
was expected to send the bill to
the House floor under a rule bar barring
ring barring amendments. However, there
may be attempts later in the Sen Senate
ate Senate to attach amendments to pro provide
vide provide relief for selected taxpayer
groups or to plug up alleged tax
loopholes.
Railroads and other groups last
year succeeded in persuading the
Senate to add to the bill repeal
of the 3 per cent tax on trans transportation.
portation. transportation.
The House committee acted aft after
er after a brief closed-door session with
Budget Director Maurice H. Stans
and Treasury Undersecretary
Fred C. Scribner Jr.
Stans told the congressmen fed federal
eral federal red-ink spending is expected
to total $12,400,000,000 in the cur current
rent current fiscal year ending June 30
compared with au earlier forecast
of $12,900,900,000.
That still would be the govern government's
ment's government's biggest peacetime deficit,
however, and Stans said the tax
rate extension was vitally neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Explaining the revised figures.
the budget chief said federal
spending still is expected to run
close to the level forecast last
January but revenues may be as
much as 500 million dollars great greater
er greater as a result of the business recovery.

,.,.ft.01.AN.,

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GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)
Gov. Earl K. Long of Louisiana
indicated yesterday that he
wants to cooperate with psychia psychiatrists
trists psychiatrists who are trying to cure him
of mental illness at John Sealy
Hospital.
Previously, he had "stubbornly
resisted' efforts to treat him. In
despair, his wife and his cousin,
Dr. Arthur Long, went to a pro probate
bate probate judge Tuesday and had him
committed for two weeks.
Probate Judge Hugh Gibson, in
committing him to John Sealy
Hospital, said he is mentally and
physically ill and is likely to hurt
himself or somebody else unless
he is restrained.
But yesterday, Dr. John Trus Truslow,
low, Truslow, executive director of John
Sealy, and Dr. Titus Harris,
head psychlatrist,of the hospital,
said Long looks ,es if be wants
to cooperate.
"Governor Long bad a good
night and is resting well, a
bulletin from Dr. Truslow and Dr.
Harris said. "He is eating regu regularly
larly regularly and is indicating a spirit of
cooperkion. His diagnostic tests
are now continuing.'
Acting Gov. Lether Frazer, hi
Baton Rouge, the state capital,
said he had not indicated that
Long may not be able to return
to his office during the 10 months
that remain of his third term.
"I am elated over the encourag encouraging
ing encouraging report from Galveston on the
governor's progress and it is my
most earnest hope that he will
soon be able to return to Baton
Rouge and again assume the
responsibilities of his office,' Fra Frazer
zer Frazer said.
"While have reluctantly as

NEW LOUNGELt. Col. John A. Moore, commanding officer, Fort Amador, cuts the ribbon of officially
ficially officially opening the new lounge of the Fort Amador non commissioned officers club. Assisting
Moore is Fort Amador Sgt. Maj. Allan R. Kline. Others officiating in the ceremony were, left
to right, lst Sgt. Frederick W. Coons, Headquarters Detachment, U.S. Army Garrison, Fort A Ador
dor Ador and Sgt. Maj. Gene Ward, Security Service Detachment, Fort Amador. (11.8. Army Photo)

M PANAMA Lauzipm4' AN INDLPANDANT bALL tiE istlajr

NISORNie

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Long Agrees To Cooperate
With Hospital Psychicrtrists

summed these duties as a smatter
of necessity, I feel it is a tempo temporary
rary temporary situation and I ern doing all
in nay power to carry out the
ainas of Governor Long's adminis administration."
tration." administration." Ilrs. 1,01111 returned to I3aton
Rouge trona Galveston and said
she hopes he understand that
his family did the only thing pos possible
sible possible under the circumstances in
corninitting hinm.
Its amdition, ths doctors as assured
sured assured us, is wined by overwork,
causing comnplete physical and
naental exhaustion,' she said.
"They feel certain e6th proper
care Earl will return to good
health in a short period of time. I
felt it is my duty as a wife to
assure him of this chance of full
recovery.
"I eiticerdy pray that When he
is well, he will feel that the fend fendly
ly fendly has done the only thing possi.
bie, under the circumstances, to
assure his return to a happy and
full life."

Mechanics Grand
Lodge Visits
Colon Affirm le

The Isthmian District Grand
Lodge No. 4, Independent United
Order of Mechanics (Friend (Friendly
ly (Friendly Society) of Colon paid an of ofIficial
Ificial ofIficial visit to the Lord Kitchen,
er's Lodge No. 25, Colon last
Monday, at the Flower-of-theIsthmus
Lodge Hall.
The books of the lodge were
examined, and the officers of the
lodge were questioned hi con connection
nection connection with their respective of offices
fices offices by -grand master Osborne
Carlyle Quer less, senior past il illustrative
lustrative illustrative grand (Alpha Lodge),
and the other grand officers
which included: David Beora, P
I.G. (La Ideal of Panama City).
as grand deputy master: Edward
S. Dyett, Jr. P.I.G. (Flower-of
Isthmus), grand secretary; Wil William
liam William Thom, P.E.G. (Flower-of-Isthmus),
grand treasurer.
The illustrative grand of Kitch Kitcheners
eners Kitcheners Lodge, A. Richards, gave
a welcome address to the grand
lodge, B. Boyce, S.P.I.G. of that
lodge gave vote of thanks, and
grand honors given under diree direetion
tion direetion of C. Jordan, instruction
m aster.
Vet& Solos were rendered by
R. Campbell, syler of Kitcheners
W. Headley, P.I.G. of Flower-ofIsthmus
and P.D.G.M., and by R.
Walters, grand trustee of grand
Lodge.
Other addresses were given by
W. Thom, and Clarence Mrak Mrakland,
land, Mrakland, P.DG.M., and the inmediate
district grand master, and by
Walter Als, P.D.G.M.
-
The regular monthly meeting
of Flower-of-Isthmus GrandChirs GrandChirstian
tian GrandChirstian ennapment No. 6 Me Medenies
denies Medenies will be held Sunday.
Eminent grand Joseph Raymond
will preside over this session;
which will be called at 5 p.m.
Grand secretary Hubert M. Green
will lecture on the "Life of
John the Baptist."

Bethel Mission
To Hold Garden
Party On Saturday

The Bethel Methodist Church
of Cativa will be the scene of
garden party on Saturday, when
the queen of the recent "Contest
of Flowers," Rosa Visfora, CI!
be crowned ss Rosa
Her mother, Mrs. L. Visfora,
is choirmaster of the Bethel
Church. Other features include,
games, refreshments, and a ,vs ,vsriety
riety ,vsriety program under the direction
of Sunday School supectentendent
Alan C. Be !grave.

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Ike Would Regret if Anti-Semitism
Enters Picture in Strauss Battle

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WASHINGTON Jtme 4 (UPI)
President Eisenhower said today it
would be tragic if any issue of anti-Semitism
is injected into the
Senate confirmation dispute over
Commerce Secretary Lewis L.
Strauss.
Such a development would be a
tragic, sad affair, completely un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted by Strauss' character
and ability, he told a news confer conference.
ence. conference. Eisenhower also rejected the
suggestion that Strauss" usefulness
in the Cabinet post would be se seriously
riously seriously damaged because of oppo opposition
sition opposition iharges made against him in
the Senate controversy.
The question of the Jewish faith
of Strauss was raised at today's
news conference by a reporter who
asked if Eisenhower agreed with
certain Republican congressmen
that anti-Semitism might be a fac factor
tor factor in the fight.
Eisenhower replied that he did
not know of any GOP congressman
making such a charge. He then
went on to deplore the possibility
of such an issue arising.
He pointed out he had no criti criticism
cism criticism of the manner Strauss has
handled the post in the eight
months he has been awaiting con conformation,
formation, conformation, and he saw no reason
why the same situation would not
continue as long as Strauss serves.
The President made it plain that
he will not withdraw the nomina nomination
tion nomination because of Senate oppositin,
even if Strauss should ask him to
do so.
Eisenhower's quick disavowal of
the withdrawal talk caused one
GOP leader to predict that Strauss
would be confirmed even if finally
opposed by Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson.
One intimate of Johnson insisted
that the Texan was keeping "hands
off" the Strauss fight and, like

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some other Democrats, was still
trying to decide how to vote on the
former Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission chairman.
It has been apparent for some
time that the stand taken by the
floor leader of the 64 Senate Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats might well determine the
outcome of the expected "close"
vote.
Senate GOP Leader Everett M.
Dirksen, continuing to forecast ap approval
proval approval of the nomination, counted
only one Republican vote against
StraussSen. William Langer (R (RN.J.')
N.J.') (RN.J.') "I have no alarm about defec defections
tions defections on our side," hesaid. "I'm
sure of my troops."
The Senate plans to take up the
Strauss nomination soon, but there
is no assurance of an early deci decision.
sion. decision. Some Republicans think it
can be disposed of by the end of
next week. Many Democrats be believe
lieve believe the fight could drag on for
several weeks.
Eisenhower authorized Dirksen
Tuesday to announce that he would
not withdraw the Strauss appoint appointment
ment appointment even if Strauss requested it.

COMPENSATION SET
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) The
legislative Y u a (parliament)
today passed the first National Nationalist
ist Nationalist Chinese law providing compen
sation to persons falsely arrested
or convicted.
The bill had been before par parliament
liament parliament for nearly eight years. It
provides for compensation I
through court action in cases of
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The birthday of Queen Elizabeth of England will be Celebrat Celebraten
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Mrs. Cesar Faye
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Embassy, who is soon to leave the
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Joss Roberts Wins
University Degree
Jose A. 'Roberts of Panama Ci City
ty City was among 1,781 candidates
for degrees at commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises Sunday at the University
of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. He
received his master's degree in
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To Mayo Silver Too
The newly organized Catholic
Women's Martha Guild of Fart
Amador is sponsoring a silver tea
Sunday,. afternoon from two to
five at the Chapel Annex, former formerly
ly formerly the Fort Amador Service Club
next to the library.
Women of military posts and
the Canal Zone are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. of Further information may be oh ohu,,
u,, ohu,, tatned from Mrs. W. Bathurst,
at Navy 2325. Reservations are not
a. required.
Mrs. Flatau and Daughter
Leave For Lafayette, La.
Mrs. John F. Flatau and her
daughter, Patsy Ellen, left by
plane this week for a visit with
her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll L. Taylor, at
Lafayette, La., and her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph F. Flatau of Van Nuys,
Calif.
Miss Flatau, who was graduat graduated
ed graduated from Balboa High School
Monday, will remain in Lafayet Lafayette.
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At British Embassy
The British Ambassador rj and
Lady Henderson entertained yes.
teraay with dinner party at
the British Emoassy. Guests in included
cluded included the Ambassador of El
Salvador and Mrs. Morales Ro Roariguez,
ariguez, Roariguez, the Ambassaaor ot Gua
temala and Mts. Merida, the
Brazilian Ambassador, Jorge La Latour,
tour, Latour, the Japanese Minister and
Mrs. Ninomiya, Mr. and Mrs.
Luigi Guida, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Eisen, Miss Beatrice Lyons, Mr.
and Mrs. Guillermo Andreve and
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Farquharson.
Meeting
Elks Unity Lodge
Unity Lodge 1084 of the i.b.
P.O. Elks of W., will convene
in special session tomorrow even evening
ing evening at 7:30 at the Paraiso Lodge
Hall. All officers and members
are urged to attend.
Amattur Radio Assn.
The Canal Zone Amateur Ra Racio
cio Racio Association will meet at 7:30
this evening at the USO-JWB
in Balboa. All members and pros prospective
pective prospective members are urged to
attend.
Batas Class At JWB
The weekly batea class will
meet this evening at 7:30 at the
Balbo LISO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center. Beginners are
invited to join any Thursday
session of the class.

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THE CELEBRITIES
' Marie ("The Body") McDonald,
who became Mrs. Louis Bass In
Las Vegas a few days ago, told
the wire services that TV execut executive
ive executive Bass was her third husband.
Apparently she had a dight touch
of amnesia about her first mar marriage
riage marriage to Rocky Al lord, one-ume
"sportsman" and confidante of
Errol Flynn. After Marie divorc divorced
ed divorced Al lord she married Vic Orsat Orsatti,
ti, Orsatti, shed him, and married and di divorced
vorced divorced Harry Karl twice before
she waltzed down the aisle in this
season's ceremony. So her correct
box score is four husbands, five
weddings Debra Page t's
friends are more than a little con concerned
cerned concerned about her health. She's
suffering from an undisclosed ail ailment,
ment, ailment, and is expected to star: a
series of X-ray treatments imme immediately.
diately. immediately. .The FBI has been stak staking
ing staking out in some of the better
known Broadway drug stores and
eating placets, looldng for rem remnants
nants remnants of the Apalachin mob.
Mil March is even handsomer
since last week's nose bob job.
He'll unveil the new profile for
his public this Summer in a stock
production of "Two for the See Seesaw".
saw". Seesaw". .They expect Bing Cros Crosby's
by's Crosby's dims from "Say One for Me'
to make the biggest sale record
Der Bingle has enjoyed since
"White Christmas."
Liberace's suit against the Bri British
tish British journalist "Cassandra" (Wil (William
liam (William Connor) begins June 8. The
action will be heard before a ju ju1
1 ju1 ry at London's High Court,
IQueen's Benck division, and costs
probably will run into many
thousands of pounds. Liberace is
seeking da m a gels for alleged
libel; the case has been hanging
fire since October, 1956. .Lenny
Bruce, now in his 9th week at the
Den in the Duane, has broken all
records for the cellarincluding
the impressive one set by the ta talented
lented talented team of Mike and Elaine.
He hasn't played to an empty ta table
ble table yet; and on some nights the
police have to drop around to
keep the lines in order Pablo
Picasso is spending a fortune to
buy pictures he painted early in
the century for his own collec collection.
tion. collection. .A new book being pub published
lished published by Scribner should be tailor-made.
It's called ''Try for
Elegance" and the author is a
Brooks Brothers salesman, Da David
vid David Loomis.
Gordon MacRae and his wife,
Sheila, who collaborated success successfully
fully successfully on a supper club act, may
become a Mr. and Mrs. teain on
the Broadway stage next rail.
They're interested in two scripts,
one of them by Patrick Dennis of
"Auntie Mame" fame. .When
Debbie Reynolds, Susan Cabot,
Bob Neal and George DeWitt were
a foursome the other evening, the
boys kidded the girls about their
recent regal escorts, Baudouin
and Hussein. "King-droppers1"
they teased Bob Tap linger, the
debonair ballyhooer, gets this
year's prize for carrying coals to
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BROADWAY

Dorothy Kiligallen
Newcastle. He's shipping cases of
vodka to Russia for the American
Trade Fair. .Those whov'e been
film clips of Doug Lambert, a
young actor scheduled to play in
Montogomery Clift's "Suddenly
Last Summer," say he bears a
spooky resemblance to the Monty
of ten years ago. Sloyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson bought the first ticket to Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Hampton's Harlem YMCA tri tribute
bute tribute at Manhattan Center May 30
I.t should be an SRO gasStomp gasStompin'
in' gasStompin' Room Only.
Julie Andrews, back in London
after her honeymoon, hinted that
she's a bit weary of her role as
Eliza Doolittle in "My Fair La Lady.",She
dy.",She Lady.",She told reporters, "I can't
really say I'm looking forward
to taking over again". .Gary
Crosby's current flame, Made Madeleine
leine Madeleine Coubro, currently visiting
him on the West Coast, was the
roommate of Venita Radcliffe,
the glamor girl whose suicide hit
the front pages a few weeks ago..
The Richard Burtons are kmttmg
tiny garments.
William Gibson and Artntir
Penn, author and director, res respectively,
pectively, respectively, of Anne Bancroft's
forthcoming Broadway vehicle,
"The Miracle Worker," are more
than,a little disturbed by the ore
prodUction coaching she seems to
be getting from Andreas Voutsi Voutsinas,
nas, Voutsinas, a minor actor in "J.B."
Credit Anna Magnani with ori original
ginal original thinking in the menu de
1;tartment. At Quo Vadits the oLher
evening, her dinner was composed
of melon followed by asparagus
soup followed by crepes suzette.
That's all. .Paramount execut-
ives are wondering, as well they
might, how the kiddies will react
to "Tarzan's Greatest Adven Adventure,"
ture," Adventure," due in the' flicker houses
next month. In this one, Tarzan
has more on his ming than swing swinging
ing swinging through the trees; it contains
a scene in which he grabs ,Sara
Shane from a horizontal position
and plays a love scene worthy of
Brand. The big brass debated
screening, it finally decided to
keep it in.
Proprietor Joe Green of the
African Room won't have to wor worry
ry worry about disturbing the sleep of
the tenants upstairs from now on.
He's rented the apartment himself
and to him, those native drum,
beats are more aoothing than
"Rockabye Baby". ?The battle
lines aire drawn between the Fon Fontainebleau
tainebleau Fontainebleau and Eden Roe, and
Miami is, agot,' The Roe has the
upper hand, at least temporarily.
as the Teamsters Union has cal called
led called out a picket line to stymie the
Fontainableau management's con construction
struction construction of a 14-story addition
the Berlin crisis is serious ? )
REAL TV FAN
RUSHDEN, England (UPI)
Michael Robinson, 8, learned that
the television set had broken down
in the hospital where he was un under
der under observation. Police persuaded
him to go back to the hospital
after he walked six miles home to
catch his favorite shows.
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North East South West
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Opening lead, 4
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Whming bridge players take
time out at trick one to study the
whole play of the hand. South
was not a winning player.
The diamond opening pleased
him and his play of dummy's
three spot was automatic and'
correct. East went up with the
king and South made another au.
tomatic play. He dropped the six.
East returned the nine and
South won with his queen. 'rhat
gave him one trick and he was
left with eight tricks in his own
hand and the good ace of dia diamonds
monds diamonds in dummy. Unfortunately,
there was no way for him to get
over to that ace.
He ran off his trumps and
hoped fo- errors but East let the
deuce of diamonds go as soon as
he could a,nd West was able to
throw his diamonds also. The
defense gathered in two clubs
and a heart and South was set. I
If South had done some think-1
ing early, he would still have
played low from dummy but
when East put up the king of
dimonds South would have
dropped the queen under it.
This would effectively stop a
diamond return and eventuAy
South would lead his last dia.
mond and finesse dummy's ten
sptit. This would risk a two-trick
set in the event that East held
the jack, but what is an extra
trick down when you ha ve a
chan,ce to rack up game and rub rubber?
ber? rubber? V4CARD Snie 4
O'rhe bidding has been:
North East South West
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lated belated try tor seven but you are
not interested. Once be bid two
no-trump he bad Undid his
hand W 19 or le points..
TODAY'S Qv minor;
You stillhold the same iland.
This time your partner has re rebid
bid rebid to three clubs over your
one diamond response. What do
you do 'in this ease?
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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
411'14-CIO urged the House today
to approve a stripped-down ver version
sion version of the Senate-passed union
1 retorm bill. R this.',,yould
1"get at the crooks" In the labor
movement.
AFL-CIO President Geor ge
Meany made the -appeal in tee
timony prepared for two House
subcommittees now considering
reform legislation.
Meany said the Senate bill tn
its present form would do "grave
and irreparable harm" to unions
under the guise of fighting cor corruption.
ruption. corruption. He criticized major features of
the Kennedy-Ervin bW which
passed the Senate 90-1 on April
25 and attacked a measure of offered
fered offered by Caroll D. Kearns (R-Pa.)
as "viciously anti-labor."
Meany accused leading business
organizations of trying to aboltsh
unions while they "piously pre pretend"
tend" pretend" to be concerned about
racketeering.
The U.S. Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce and the National Assn. of
Manufacturers both oppose the
Senate measitre on the grounds it

Point 4 Plans Training For Quiroz
To Study Cooperatives In 3 Lands

Felix Armando Quiroz, agricul agricultural
tural agricultural economist in the project
for the promotion of tooptia tooptiatives,
tives, tooptiatives, which is being conducted
under the joint endeavor of the
International Cooperation Mimi.
nistration and the Institute of
Economic Development, left ioday
for the United States, Puerto
Rico and Jamaica, to participate
in a program on Training in Or Organization
ganization Organization and Administration of
Cooperatives, prepared and spoo
sored by Point Four Mission in
Panama.
The training Quiroz will receive
will enable him to promote the
cooperative and ciedit prograth in
the Republic of Panama by:
Assisting with the organi organization
zation organization of new cooperatives.
2.- Follow through on supervi supervision
sion supervision of the new cooperatives.
3.- Make recommendations to
the National Council of Coopera Cooperatives
tives Cooperatives Credit Program far Panama,
and assist in its implementation,
if adopted.
During the program prepared
for Quiroz, he will have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to attend a Credit Se.
minar in Washington from July
22 to Sept. 30, besides observing
and evaluating various types of
Farmers Cooperatives in Florida
(especially marketing), for.1 Pe.
riod of approximately two weeks,
spending 10 days in Puerto
Rico and one week in Jamaica
observing the cooperative and
credit program on a national
scale. Ikuerto Rico and Jamaida
have very effective cooperative
and credit programs.
His itinerary begins in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, where he will get the in.
dispensible orientation at the In International
ternational International Cooperation Adminis Administration
tration Administration headquarters. From there
he goes to the University of Ill Illinois
inois Illinois to attend a summer sse ssesion
sion ssesion and study Economics with
emphasis in Cooperatives and
Credit.
His next step is atte.nding the
Latin American leaders in Agri.
cultural Credit Workghop, after
which he will enroll in the fall
session at Cornell University, in
Ithaca, New York, for a study in
economics, with emphasis in ad administration
ministration administration and supervision of
Union Church
Vacalion School
Begins On Monday
Opeoing next Monday morning
at 9 o'clock, the vacation church
school of the Balboa Union
Church will use music, worship,
drama, arts and crafts to teach
the children important lessons of
truth and beauty from the Bible.
Each young person well re receive
ceive receive a pupil's book from the
Westminister Vacation Church
School series, and members of
the local staff have been pre preparing
paring preparing other materials to enridi
the instruction for the children's
benefit.
Also Included in the daily pro program
gram program are guided recreation and
a mid-morning snack.
The hour. of the sessions are
from 9 a.m. to 11:30 cm.
except Saturdays and Sundays,
from JIM I through June 19.
A fee of 31 per ch4ld is being
collected to cover the cost of
ell supplies, and it is hoped by
the otaff that as many children
al conveniently possible will re reoristor
oristor reoristor during ohureh sehool time
Sunday to make it eviller to get
started promptly Monday morn morning.
ing. morning.

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doesn't go far enough to curb
union picketing and boycott setivities.-
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"The employer orgamtations
which have (tone exactly nothing
about corruption in the ranks of
employers are seeking to c4n c4nvince
vince c4nvince this Co ngr ea a that the
measure which passed the Senate
was 'too- weak' Meany said.
"They are not interested in get.
ting at corruption either in their
own ranks or in the ranks of
the laRor movement.
"As a matter of fact, ell too
many employers have shown
desire for doing business with the
crooks who masquerade as trade
unionists rather than deal with
bona fide trade union leaders for
the simple reason that the crooks
five them a better deal."
The AFL-CIO chief backed re reform
form reform legislation based on publie
reporting of union finances, con control
trol control of unioti trusteeships. regula regulation
tion regulation of union elections and feder federthin
thin federthin of union electinut and feder federal
al federal encouragement of ethical pref.
tie codes. Ire also folvocatoti
pulsory disclosur,a of employers'
spending on labor-management
relations,

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ricul- cooperatives. Ms last stop in the
74:Idea continental USA will be in Flopaa-
riaa, where he will observe and
acted evaluate marketing Cooperatives.
the In Puerto Rico, ne will observe
Wm and evaluate the nationdl cooper cooperof
of cooperof ative and eredi t program. He
today will do likewise in Jamaica, and
uerto then return to Panama.

Carolina Sheriff
Shot Wi lh Own Gun
By 'Problem Child'
TAYLORSVILLE, N.C. (UPI)--
A veteran sheriff who left his
gunbelt and pistol in his patrol
car was shot to death yesterday
afternoon after he entered the
James Ellis home to talk to a
38-year-old "problem child."
Sheriff Thomas Elisha Bebber
died from a .22 caliber long rifle
slug which struck him in the
back and passed through his
chest as he and Chief Deputy
Joe James, 29, climbed stairs
leading to the second floor.
The officers had been sum
moned after the father reported.
his son, WillartI ,Ellis, was throw
ing rocks at him and at his car.N1
James Ellis had asked neighbor
R. Z. Matheson for help and
Matheson had suggested calling
police.
Deputy James said he was fol following
lowing following Bebber up the stairs when
Willard Ellis appeared at the top
of the stairs, and fired once.
"We were going around this
turning in the stairs and thb
sheriff got hit,' James said. The
deputy said Bebber collapsed and
cried out, "Oh, Lord! I've been
shot,'
James helped th e fatally
wounded sheriff out of the house
but Bebber died before an am
bulance arrived.
Ellis surrendered meekly about
45 minutes later after M-atheson,
a local plumber electrician,
talked him into cominll out of the
house and putting aside the rifle.
He was whisked out of town to the
Iredell County jail 20 miles to the
east in Statesville for safe
keoning.
Deputy James said he repos repossessed
sessed repossessed a truck owned by Willard
Ellis May 13 on a complaint is
sued by a local bank. James said
thp next day he returned to the
Ellis home and asked Willard
Ellis to sign over the title. He
said Ellis refused.
James also said that James
Ellis had indicated hp wanted his
unemployed son to "short play playing
ing playing boars." The deputy said Wil Willard
lard Willard Ellis had been unemployed
since getting out of the Ar
several years ago.
NY Police Chief
Sees 700 Dead
In Road Traffic
NEW YORK (UPI) Police
Commissioner Stephen P. Kennedy
predicted yesterday that more
than 700 persons would be killed in
traffic accidents in New York City
this year.
Kennedy said traffic figures for
the first five months showed the
"frightening facte of a 10 per
cent increase in deaths and an 8
per cent increase in injuries over
the same period last year.
Kennedy noted, however, that
there were no traffie deaths in the
city during the Memorial Day
week end.
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HENRY L. DONOVAN, Civil Affairs Director, is pictured above presenting in-service training certificate to Sgt. Hiram Overall, Gamboa call station com commander,
mander, commander, recently at the Balboa Police Station. Sgt. Jack F. Morris. police training officer, is pictured at extreme left. Forty-five members of the Balboa Balboapenitentiary
penitentiary Balboapenitentiary commands and 49 members of the Cristobal command completed this course in police tactics conducted by Morris and Capt. Gaddis Wall, act acting
ing acting chief, Canal Zone Police.

Steel Industry May Modify
Its Wage Freeze Proposals

NEW YORK, (UPI) A top in industry
dustry industry spokesman said yesterday
there is a possibility the industry
will "modify" its wage freeze pro proposal
posal proposal to the United Steelworkers
union before the July 1 strike dead deadline.
line. deadline. The spokesman, an official of one
of the 12 steel companies involved
in the negotiations, said "it is not
beyond the realm of possibility"
that the indfiStrY Will offer a token
increase to the union in an effort
i to avoid the sixth major steel
..'i! ike since World War II.
. e suggested that the union
'7!2'N'', lit' be offered al.0-tent package'
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to David J.- McDonald, president
'''' of the USW.
IfThe industry source noted that
the 17-cent-an-hour increase which
steelworkers have enjoyed since
the 1956 contract was signed as a
result of a cost-of-living escalator
clause would be frozen IMO any
new contract.
"In a sense," he said, "we would
be offering the union a 27-cent in increase
crease increase over and above what they
won at the bargaining table in
1956."
This industry spokesman told
United Press International that
productivity studies made by Dr.
. John W. Kendrick, of George
Washington University, have shown
that productivity has gained an av average
erage average of more than two per cent a
year. On this basis the industry
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Irish Rabbi Now
American Citizen
NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) The
nation's only Irish rabbi became
an Artle171C1111 citizen Yesterday.
Rabbi,Theodore Lewis, of Touro
Synagogue, oldest Synagogue in
t'le United States, took the oath in
Newport County Superior Court.
Lewis, much sought after as a
guest of honor for St. Patrick's
Day dinners, is not only the only
Irish rabbi in the nation, but he's
the first Irishman to ever become
'? a rabbi.
He was graduated from Yeshiva
Mirer, a famous rabbinical school
, linin. Poland, before World War II
and frotn Trinity College in Dub Dube'
e' Dube' 11 He has been living in Newport
ebout 10 years.

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t1-.N. HORST VON MELLENTHIN of the West German Army, accompanied by Georg Conde
de FapPenheim, Minister of tht Federal Republic of Germany in Panama, was greeted by Brig.
Oen. Jamea W. Coutts, Caribbean Command Chief of Staff, during an official call to the uni unified
fied unified command beadquarter at Quarry Heights this week. Shown in the Office of the com commander
mander commander in chief Caribbean are: (len to tight) Capt. Getne D. Baser, USN, Caribbean Com Command
mand Command &Blatant chief of staff, J-11; Pappenheim; Mellenthin; Coutts, and Brig. George F. Milt Miltter.
ter. Miltter. USAF, Caribbean Command assistant thief of staff, J-3. Mellenthin is making an orienta orientation
tion orientation visit to Latin America.--(US Army Photo)

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"might be willing to grant a pack package
age package increase running up to 10 cents
an hour to the union in an effort to
avoid a steel strike this summer,"
he said.
However, the source emphasiv
ed that no such proposal had yet
been made to the union and that
there was no guarantee that the
rest of the steel companies would
go along with any such increase.
In addition, he said, "we have no
idea what McDonald will accept
or what he will riled."
This spOkesmat told' a reporter
that he still felt "the odds strongly
favor a steel strike at mid-year."
Top industry spokesmen have re
Jets Hear Siberia
Take Lona Look
At US Airliner
TOKYO, June 4-,,-(UP1)Two
and possibly three unidentified jet
fighters made "observation ap approaches"
proaches" approaches" to a U.S. commercial
transport plane off the coast of Si Siberia,
beria, Siberia, the Northwest Orient Air Airlines
lines Airlines reported today.
The airline said its flight No. 1,
flying to Tokyo irom Seattle, ob observed
served observed two or three jets approach approaching
ing approaching Wednesday morning as it was
more than 200 miles east of the
southern, tip of Kamchatka penin peninsula.
sula. peninsula. Japanese reports used the terms
"buzzed," "intercepted," "brush "brushed"
ed" "brushed" and "making nasses" to de describe
scribe describe the incident, but an airlines
spokesman said the term "observ "observational
ational "observational approach" was much more
accurate.
Capt. Ira Bort les, of Seattle, pi pilot
lot pilot of the plane, said the jets did
not come close enough to be iden identified
tified identified but there was speculation
they were Russian Migg which
flew out to investigate. The U.S.
Air Force said it had no planes in
the area at the time.
Bortles maid the jets approached
to within two or three miles of his
aircraft and dropped a flare before
turning back.
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wage freeze proposal was the only
"offer" that the United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers will receive this year in
the industry'; all-out campaign to
combat both inflation and rising
foreign competition.
"Let me put it this way," the
spokesman said. "I can't see us
going down to the wire without
modifying to some degree our
wage freeze proposal. I think we
will make a token offer to the
Steelworkers' Union, but whether
it accepts that offer is ati entirely
different matter,"
Meant line, McDonald called, the
union's 33-man international exec executive
utive executive committee into emergency
session today to deal with the
deadlocked formal talks. He de declined
clined declined to discuss details but did not
rule out the possibility that the
board might call the union's leage
policy committee to New York for
a top-level strategy meeting.
The 171-man Wage Policy Com Committee
mittee Committee is the union's top policy policymaking
making policymaking group. The union's action
underscored the extent of the dead deadlock
lock deadlock whicill threatens to trigger the
sixth postwar steel strike this sum summer.
mer. summer. McDonald announced the board
meeting after four-man bargain bargaining
ing bargaining teams ended another fruitless
session.
They now have less than four
weeks in which to write a new con contarct
tarct contarct for 500,000 steel workers and
avoid what could be a strike start starting
ing starting at midnight June 30 when the
current contract expires.
R. Conrad Cooper, chief industry
negotiator, defended the industry's
proposed wage freeze and accused
the steel union of being "leaders in
promoting the rost-plish inflation"
that has affected the economy since
1940.
McDonald denied this and charg charged
ed charged that excessive pricing policies
by the industry have triggered the
cost spiral.
He said the industry's wage
freeze was "not only absurd, it is
plain double talk."
In defending the union's propos proposal
al proposal for a wage increase this year to
boost purchasing power, McDon McDonald
ald McDonald said, "the industrT's proposal
is just another version of the out outdated
dated outdated 'trickle down' theory that if
the roots are frozen and the leaves
watered the tree would grow bet better.
ter. better. This is plain nonsense."
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MEXICO CITY (UPI)--Police
said today they have dropped
charges against all concerned in
Friday's million-dollar peso rob robbery
bery robbery except the alleged thief, a
Cuban named Alfonso A. Acosta
Merit.
Immigration authoriaies, how however,
ever, however, detained three Americans
linked with the ease Mrs. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Thal, of Miami, from whom
the pesos were stolen; Karl Boy Boyeff,
eff, Boyeff, a friend who was with her at
the time, and Nathaniel Ostroff,
who operates loan business here
r--for, possible deportation on
charges of technical violation of
Mexican law.
Two other Americans, Allen
Wright and Clive G. Mitthart,
both of Lake Charles, La., Avere
cleared of any connection with
the crime.
Mrs. Thal told police that
Acosta, who had arranged to buy
3,799,000 Cuban pesos from her on
'Morse To Campaign
Against lieuberger
In Coming Campaign
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Wayne L. Morse said yesterday
he will campaign against hie fel fellow
low fellow Democrat from Oregon, Sen.
Richard L. Neuberger, in the 1960
elections.
Morse said he will "take to ttle
people of Oregon in 1960 my dif differences
ferences differences of opinion" with Neu Neuberger
berger Neuberger "on what I consider a se series
ries series of very vital issues."
In talking to newsmen, he did
not elaborate on the differences
or list the issues.
Morse, whose rift with Neuberg Neuberger
er Neuberger has widened during the past
two years, re-emphasized state statements
ments statements he made in Oregon last
week when he announced he
would not back Neuberger in any
bid for re-election.
The 46-year-old Neuberger, only
recently recovered from a cancer
attack, has not said whether he
will seek another term.
The only apparent slackening In
th rift betvoeen him and Morse
came early this year when Morse
led the Senato In welcoming Neu Neuberqer
berqer Neuberqer back from his illness.
Morse campaigned vigorously
for Neuberger in 1954. Monte
hailed Neuherscris victory over
Sen. fluv Cordon (R-Oto.) fig it
great triumph for liberalism and
hclped launch tho new senator no
his way in Washington. But dif differeneeo
fereneeo differeneeo graduallv grprang up Ind
the split widened.
New Novi, Chief
Doesn't Think
Rivairv Is Bad
ANNAPOLIS, Md. CUPII The
new tecretary of the NaY3' lavl
a qualified indorsement to inter.
service rivalry in addressing the
graduating cities of the U. S.
Naval Academy yesterday.
"You must find a way to ad advance
vance advance the policies of your eervice
and at the same time to oubordi.
nate this aggressive spirit to le
tersorvice cooperation when nee.
essay for the good of your coun.
try," William S. Fratite told the
797 gTaduating Midshipmen.
Academy officials said 630 of
tha greduating class would be
commisaioned as enMgns in the
Navy; 87 as second lieutenants in
the Air Force; 88 I secOnd
lieutenants In the marine Corps,
and 6 as seem?! Lientenants in
the Army.

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a street comer here, shot her In
the elbow, pistol-whipped Boyeff
and fled with the money.
Police have been unable so far
to trace either the Cuban fugitive
or the money, worth nearly 31,-
254,000 on the Mexican black
market. The Cuban embassy has
denied reports that he is hiding
out there.
A dozen or so Americans,
Cubans and Mexicans had been
held for questioning in connertion
with the robbery. A court here
ordered them all released yesier
day, aaying Mexico has no law
against the purchase or sale of
foreign currencies.
Immigration authorities said
they may set against Boyeff and
Mrs. Thal on the grounds that
they were engaging in business
activities forbidden to persons
traveling as they were on tourist
cards.
Wealthy refugees who fied from
Cuba after the January revolu revolution
tion revolution have been unloading pesos Pt
big discounts. An estimated 50
million Cuban pesos are available
here, at prices as low as 18 cents
each elthough prioes of 30 to 38
cents are more usual.
Mrs. Thal said she got her
pesos from her father, Miami
realtor Sam Kay. He said the
money came from the sale of a
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Ambassador Lodge
Lauds Firm Resolve
Of West Pointers

WEST POINT, NM. (UPI)
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
cblef U.S. delegate to the
United Nations, advised the 494-
man graduating class of the U.S.
Military Academy yes,erday
that if peace efforts failed they
would have to take command and
save the nation.
"For 157 years, America has
looked to the graduates of Wegt
Point to lead her through the val valley
ley valley of danger." Lodge said.
He aaid tht academy's motto,
"Duty, Honor. Country," not OnIV
was an inspiration to its grad graduates
uates graduates but to all Americam "be "because
cause "because implicit in it is the idea
of selflessness. of stewing in be behalf
half behalf of something bigger than
youreeff."
"If, in spite of all our efforts,
the worst violence lhould han hanPen."
Pen." hanPen." Lodge said, "wt look :o
West Pointers to stand up amid
the wreckage even before the
fumes of war hove cleared aWaV
or the wounded hays been tended
or the dead have been buried
to take command and save our
nation.
"We count on you for the hard.
!steely resolve which will never
yield."
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GALVESTON, Tex. A John
Sealy Hospital bulletin on the men mental
tal mental disturbance of Louisiana Gov.
Earl K. Long who was committed
to the institution by his family:
"Acute disturbances of this gen general
eral general nature are ot uncommon
and ordinarily a favorable out outcome
come outcome can be expected."
WASHINGTON Teamsters
President James R. Hoffa, on
what his tmion would do if Con Congress
gress Congress passed a labor reform bill
this year:
"The Teamsters would comply
with any law passed by Congress,
reserving the right to work within
the framework of that law to their
best advantage."
WASHINGTON Sen. George
D. Aiken (R-Vt.) on an administration-backed
movedefeated in
the Senateto slash 150Ini Ilion
dollars from 1960 soil conserva conservation
tion conservation payments:
"I'm willing to balance the bud budget
get budget by taking it (money for the
conservation subsidies) out of for foreign
eign foreign aid. If I have to choose,
vote for the United States."
WASHINGTON The State De Department.
partment. Department. accusing the Interna International
tional International Olympic Committee of bow bowing
ing bowing to Communist pressure in oust ousting
ing ousting Nationalist China from mem membership
bership membership and opening the door for
admiision of Red China:
"This is a political and dis discriminatory
criminatory discriminatory attitude. which has
no place in the world of sports."
PROPOSES CANCER "CRASH"
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Steven V. Carter (D-lowal has
nroposed a 500 million dollar
"crash program' to find the
eauses and cures of cancer, heart
disease and other ailments. Cart Carter,
er, Carter, who has been treated for can cancer
cer cancer himself. said an estimated 76
million persons now living in this
country will die of that disease
alone "if WP lo not oush back the
barriers of the unknown.'
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FARMVILLE, Va. (UPI)
Rural Prince Edward County's
3,000 school children will find the
doors of their public schools pad
locked next September.
The approximately 1,300 white
students will receive private
makeshift education into bacco
barns, churches and other facil facilities.
ities. facilities. The Negro students, numbering
about 1,650, will reteive no edu education
cation education whatsoever unless emer emergency
gency emergency steps are taken during the
summer.
The county, an original defend defendant
ant defendant in the Supreme Court's 1954
desegregation ruling, put the final
touches on its plans to end public
education rather than accept in integration
tegration integration at a meeting of the
board of supervisors Tuesday.
The board voted to close its
three high schools and 18 elemen elementary
tary elementary schools to thwart a final in integrRtion
tegrRtion integrRtion order handed down last
month.
The resolution eliminated all
funds for education and further
ruled that no funds would be
available for private school schol scholarships
arships scholarships under the state's "free "freedom
dom "freedom of choice" plan which allows
localities to choose between public
and privats education.
the board apparently feared
private schools financed by the
scholarships would also be or
dered to integrate. However, the
Prince Edward students presum
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craft Beechcraft Expeditor transports would
arrive at nearby Narville Air
Station shortly. Nineteen of he
aircraft will go to France and six
to Portugal.
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NEW YORK, June 4 (UP) The oddest twist
in a season of oddities may be that the guys the Yan Yankees
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Johnson may demonstrate he while Jack Sanford suffered his
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And, in the bargain, Artio ld
Johnson may demonstrate he
hasn't made such bad ones alter
all in his dealings with George
Weiss.
Those Yankee discards, herein hereinafter
after hereinafter referred to as the Kansas
City Athletics, gathered another
dividend from their numerous
trades with New York W'ecinesday
night when they beat the Boston
Reo Sox, 5-3. fhe victory wils
the Athletics' fifth straight and
moved them to within 1 1-2 games
of t,he first-place Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians.
A total of six games now sep separate
arate separate first and last place in a
league which so often has been.
plagued by runaway races. The
spread 'in the National -League is
11 1-2 games and the front-run
ning Milwaukee Braves have o opened
pened opened up a 3 I-2-game margin on
second-place San Francisco.
The American League tightened
up from top to bottom a6 the
Washington Senators dealt the In Indians
dians Indians their fifth straight loss, 4-0,
the Chicago White Sox beat the
Baltimore Orioles, 8-1, and the
Yankees shaded the Detroit Tig Tigers,
ers, Tigers, 8-5, on Mickey Mantl e's
ninth-inning homer.
In the National League, the
Braves bombed the Giants, 7-4,
the Piftsburgh Pirates rallied to
dovm the St. Louis Cardinals,
5-3, the Los Angeles Dodgers
whipped the Cincinnati Reds, 5.
1, and the Philadelphia Phillies
edged out the Chicago Cubs, 4-3.
Three ex Yankees pitcher
Johnny Kucks and Whitey Her Herzog
zog Herzog and Jerry Lumpemade key
contributions to Kansas City's tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Kucks, who couldn't win a
fame for New York, went 6 i-3
innings for his first victory and
Herzog walloped a two-run double
and Lumpe a run-scoring double
in Kansas City's five-run third in inning.
ning. inning. Only 24 hours earlier, ex-Yankee
Tom Sturdivant pitched 7 1-3
scoreless innings for the A's to
pick up his first win of the year.
Homers by Harmon Killeorew
and Ron Samford and Bill Fisch Fischer's
er's Fischer's thret-hit pitching enabled the
Senators to hand Herb Score his
third defeat. The Indians have
lost seven of their last eight
games and have scored only 38
runs in their last 16 games. They
lead the second-place White Sox
by three percervtage points.
Billy Pierce chalked up his
sixth victory with an eight eighthitter
hitter eighthitter that included Gene Wood Woodling's
ling's Woodling's fifth homer. Luis Aparicio
doubled home one run and Nel Nelson
son Nelson Fox tripled home two when
the White Sox scored three runs
in the fifth against Billy O'Dea.
Tho Yankees kayoed neme.tis
Frank Lary with five runs in
the third Inning but frittered a
way their lead before Mantle
finally homered off Ray Nar Narleski
leski Narleski in the ninth. Byrn, Duren,
who shut out the Tigers for the
last 2 2-3 innings, won his first
game against hvo defeats. John Johnny
ny Johnny Blanchard and Yogi Berra
also homered for the Yankees
and Charlie Maxwell homered
for Detroit.
Eddie Matthews drove in four
runs with a pair of two-run hom homers
ers homers and Hank Aaron homered and
doubled In four tries to raise his
average to .426 as the Braves
made it two out of three from
the Giants. Bob Buhl, aided by
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eighth, scored his fourth victory
while Jack Sanford suffered his
sixth loss.
Stan Williams struck out five
batters and pitched a two-hitter
for th'e Dodgers who snapped a
1-1 tie in the sixth when john
Roseboro hit his second homer of
the game with two aboard. The
Reds scored their run in the
fourth when Williams issued four
of his seven walks.
Bob Friend won his second
straight game after seven losses
although. old faithful Elroy Face
finished up. Bob Skinner sing'ed
home one run in the eighth and
set the stage for a two-run triple
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big blow of the Pirates' four-run
uprising. Vinegar Bend Mizell suf suffered
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six victories.
Jim Ownes pitched an eight eighthitter
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Phil lies who made nine hits in including
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Richie Ashburn. Dave Hillman,
charged with all Philadelphia's
runs in 4 1-3 innings lost his
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Art Wall Begins
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BALTIMORE, Md. (UPDArt
Wall Jr. begins his defense of the
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players tuning up for next week's
U.S. Open tournament.
Wall, former Duke University
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Temple, Cin.
Cepeda, S. F.
Logan, Mil.
Cimoli, St. L.
55
54
43
61
59
52
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Fox, Chi.
Ka line, Det.
Wood. Balti.
KC.
Maris, K.C.
Runnels, Bos.
Mantle, N.Y.
Phillips. Chi.
Tasby, Bal.
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46
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35
32
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38
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192
183
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Aaron, Braves
Banks, albs
Mathews, Braves
Pinson, Reds
Mays, Giants
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47
45
41
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Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Jensen, Red Sox
Lemon, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
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Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Skinner, Pirates
Boyer, Cards
Cepeda, Giants
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11
12
10
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Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
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Two days of hot and heavy com competition
petition competition among the Isthmus' surest
Shot-gunners closed the issue of
"who's best?" for another year as
the C.Z. State Shoot ended on Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at the Cristobal Gun
Club with Bill Cunningham, R. C.
Casanova, Dr. Russell Norris, Wal Walter
ter Walter Johnston and "Nobby" Keller
gracing the top five over-all slots,
in that order.
First position remained in doubt
all the way, despite Cunningham's
rock-solid performance, as some somebody
body somebody was either on his heels at all
times or even out in front, though
by slim. slim margins, as in the
handicap event, where Keller best bested
ed bested him by three birds ex the 100,
and Casanova by one. Art Sutton
gave him a hard tussle in doubles,
breaking an 80 against Bill's 84.
Walter Johnston kept them all
humping with a tightly patterning
mongrel pump-gun that gathered in
a straight 50 and fourth place
(third went to Keller via the flipped-coin
route) in the 16-yard
match.
Johnston also figured in a shoot shootoff
off shootoff with H. H. Shack lett and "Cal "Calle"
le" "Calle" Janson for the fourth place in
handicap, in which he tied again
with "Shack," both breaking 23 a against
gainst against Janson's 20, and settling
that matter with another flipped
coin.
Prizes and trophies were present presented
ed presented in such abundance ($750 worth
of silverware contributed by the
LTA. and A.T.A., plus the Dis Disharoon
haroon Disharoon and Tassen trophies, both
won by Cunningham) that every
shooter who completed the whole
course returned home elegantly
laden. Sutton was the most fortu fortunate
nate fortunate among the bunch, winning by
Today's Sport
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GROSSINGER, N.Y. (UPI)
One thing certain, Ingemar Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson won't get homesick while
training for his heavyweight title
fight 'with Floyd Patterson:"
This may well be, as pop-eyed
trainer Whitey Bimstein puts it,
"the weirdest training camp in
history." That's because of a
mink and jewel resort setting
where women, anathema to the
fight mob, outnumber the men on
the premises.
But the now-happy Swedish
heavyweight finds it oompletely
satisfactory because:
1. Mama Johanason is on hand
to do the cooking, a la Svenska.
, 2. Ingemar and his brother's
fiancees, both pretty and both ad addicted
dicted addicted to shorts, provide constant
inspiration.
3. The entire Scandinavian dele delegation
gation delegation is quartered in a $150,000
mansion from where they "goll.'
uff" and swim. (Ingemar "breaks
the hundred, thank youl
4. Ingemar gets the final homey
touch because his training quar quarters
ters quarters are set up in the Grossinger
ski lodge.
1NGEMAR NOT LONESOME
Staring down from the walls are
large, colorful posters of many
of Europe's finest ski centers.
But, the setup being what it is,'
Ingo doesn't even get a lonesome
light in his eyes when he looks
at them.
"I only hope," he said, pointing
to a poster in which two people
slide perpetually down a snow snowcovered
covered snowcovered slope at Holmenkollen,
Norway, "That at Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium I do not take a fall like I
did there."
Only one other time has Ingo
been down in his athletic endea endeavorsslugged
vorsslugged endeavorsslugged off his feet a single
time in the ring.
"I am fighting the Italian, Aldo
Pelligrini, and in the first round
he hits me, I think at the, time,
with a hammer,' Ingo glowered,
shooting his big right arm forth
in a phantom punch. "I go down
but I get right up."
Opponent Disqualified
Pelligrini was disqualified in the
fifth round for fouling.
"He wants to bang heads like
this,' Johansson demonstrated
cautiously on a very nervous
sport swriter.
Ingo did to damage with his
display. His gentleness, actually,
is one of the thorns in the side of
Bimstein.
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Club Notes

Complete scores:
Casanova 352 187 89
Cunningham' 363 191 88
Norris 350 190 82
Johnston 347 189 85
Keller 341 189 91
Janson 335 180 85
H. Holmes 329 178 81
Shack lett 324 168 85
Geo. Lopp 322 173 80
Lee Ciirr 317 169 84
Sutton 315 164 71
P. Barr 176
(100
only)
76
84
78
73
61
70
70
71
69
64
80
M. Holmes, Jr. 83
D. Boostram 68
N. Scott (Junior shooter) 70
F. Cho liar 69
C. Hayward 68
N. Scott (Junior shooter) 70
F. Cho liar 69
C. Howard 68
C. M. Lineback 66
F. Brent (Junior shooter) 56
F. Brent (Junior shooter) 56 57
In an atmosphere of general re rejoicing,
joicing, rejoicing, relief and enthusiasm fol following
lowing following the contest, the LTA. mem membership
bership membership re-elected Cunningham to
the organization's presidency for
1M9, Casanova to be vice-president
and H. H. Shack lett to be secretary-treasurer.
"Calle" Janson be became
came became chairman of the handicap
committee and delegate to the
Amateur Trapshooting Association.
Hallonalist China
In Olympics Or US
Should OultDorn
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
United States should withdraw
from the 1960 Olympic Games if
the Nationalist Chinese are not
allowed to compete, in the opin opinion
ion opinion of Rep. Francis E. Dorn
(R-N.Y.).
Dorn's statement followed an
accusation by the U.S. State
Department Tuesday that the In International
ternational International Olympic Committee
had bowed to "Communist pres pressures"
sures" pressures" in expelling Nationalist
China from membership.
Dorn called the expulsion of Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China "shameful" and
that IOC President Avery Brun Brundage
dage Brundage of the United States should
resign his position in protest.
"The United States must not al allow
low allow a friend of many years to be
pushed aside byCommunist black blackmail,"
mail," blackmail," said Dorn. "We must
prove to all our Allies that the
United States will support every
one of our friends."
The State Department, in a for formed
med formed statement read by Depart Department
ment Department Press Off leer Lincoln
White, declared, "it is evident
that Communist pressures ..ave
been directed to obtaining the ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion of the Chinese National Nationalists."
ists." Nationalists." The department said that it as assumed
sumed assumed the action was "a prelude
to pressures directed to obtain the
later readmission of the Chinese
Communists."
Expulsion of the Nationalist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese from the IOC took place at
the IOC meeting in Munich last
Friday. The action had been re requestedby
questedby requestedby the Soviet Union and
approved ort the grounds that Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China "no longer repre represents
sents represents sports in the entire country
of China."
The Nationalist Chinese were
told they could apply for readmis readmission
sion readmission to the IOC as representative
of Taiwan (Formosa), rather than
China.
Communist China recently with withdrew
drew withdrew from the IOC in protest over
the presence of the Nationalist
Chinese. Before that both groups
had participated in Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee activities.
him," Whitey growled. but be
says to me 'why hurt these spar sparring
ring sparring partners?' Ile shoulda seen
Dempsey. That Dempsey wanted
murder 'cm.'
Johansson shrugged.
"My right hand will be ready."
he says of the weapon which
(rushed Eddie Machen. "So wilt
1'
His calisthenics also fracture
flimstein. Ingo works hard and his
exercises include a hip swing
comparable only to a Swedish
hula, and a punching session
against what he calls a "slung "slungbatten."
batten." "slungbatten." This is a 212 pound leath leather
er leather bag stuffed with a hard sub substance
stance substance which hangs from a two
toot leather strap. It could, if it
lilts you on the rebound, put your
nose where your ears should be.
"Slung batten," 8 im stein
groaned. "Dames furs
diamonds feeanceys
talk goll-uff aghh.
tell you, if this big guy hits Pat Patterson
terson Patterson with a right. the fight
racket ain't never gonna be the
same'
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S13,100 Triangle Round Robin
Professional Golf. Tournament
for women will be held at the
Canoe Brook Country Club of
Summit, June 3-7.

NEW YORK, (UPI) Carmen
Basilio gave the back of his hand
to Sugar Ray Robinson yester yesterday
day yesterday and agreed to meet Gene
Fullmer early in August for the
National Boxing Assn. version of
the world middleweight cham championship.
pionship. championship. Robinson, vtho has been stripped
on his title by the NBA for not
defending since March of 1958,
promptly charged that Basilio
never intended to fight him again
for the 160-pound crown and add added
ed added a Basilio-Fullmer title match
would be "meaningless and
empty."
Norman Rothschild, Syracuse
promoter, announced that the Basilio-Fullmer
bout would be staged
during the first two weeks of Au August
gust August at a site in NBA territory.
The cities Rothschild listed as
possibilities were Los Angeles,
San Francisco, Salt Lake City,
Ogden, Denver and Chicago.

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Both Basilio and Fullmer won
the middleweight crown from
Robinson during recent years but
lost it right back to Sugar Ray
in return bouts. Basilio and Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer never have met in the ring.
In agreeing to meet Fullmer,
Basilio angrily spurned a $225,000
offer to challenge Robinson for
the title in Philadelphia next Sep September.
tember. September. Robinson had placated
the New York State Athletic Com Commission's
mission's Commission's demands by agreeing to
terms for the Philadelphia match.
However, Basilio was angry at
what he termed was a "run "runaround"
around" "runaround" during negotiations with
Robinson. He also was incensed
at the N.Y. commission for not
going along with a May 4 decision
by the NBA to strip Robinson of
his title.
Basilio stalked out of the com commission
mission commission headquarters Tuesday aft after
er after chairman Melvin Krulewitch
announced that it would be unfair
to vacate Robinson's title. T h e
commission had urged Basilio to
resume negotiations "in g ood
faith" for a championship fight
with Sugar Ray.
ROBINSON ISSUES STATEMENT
Unless Basilio has a change of
heart, Robinson probably will
meet Gustav Scholz of Germany
in a match which New York state
will recognize for the middl e eweight
weight eweight crown.
In such a case, there will be a
"split' middleweight champion championship
ship championship such as existed in the light lightweight
weight lightweight division between 1943 and
1945. At that time, the NBA re recognized
cognized recognized Ike Williams as cham champion
pion champion while New York state recog recognized
nized recognized Bob Montgomery.
The last time there were two
champions in the middleweight di division
vision division was 1941 when Tony Zale
held the NBA version and Billy
Soose was recognized as title titleholder
holder titleholder in New York state.
Robinson, in a lengthy state statement
ment statement issued after the announce announcement
ment announcement of the Basilio Fullmer
match, said he is "ready, willing
and eager to defend my middle
weight championship."
He charged that despite the
lucrative purse offered for a Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia title bout, Basilio "does
not share my desire for a third
meeting."
"Naturally, I would like to
make my next defense against Ba Basilio,'
silio,' Basilio,' Robinson's statement said.
I desire to fight Basilio again
and prove once and for all I am
the better man.'
Aly's Colts Lose
Derby With Kim
As His Guest
EPSOM, England (UP1)Prince
Aly Khan lost the Derby yester yesterday
day yesterday with Kim Novak rooting for
his two colts from his private box.
The lavender-haired Miss No Novak
vak Novak was the guest of the playboyturned-diploMat
for the 180th run running
ning running of the Derby Stakes.
The Prince escorted Miss Novak
to the paddock before the rare
Where she easily stole the spot spotlight.
light. spotlight. Miss Novak displayed considera
ble interest in the race, won by
the 10-to-1 shot Parthia.
Both of the Prince's entries, St.
Crispin 111, a 5-1 shot, and Prin Princillon,
cillon, Princillon, a 7-1 shot, finished out of
the money.
At the end of the race, A'ass
l'Iovak had a sympathetic smile
'for her host.
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WARM-UP TOSSES LIMITED
MONTREAL WPI) Frank
Shaughnessy, president of the In International
ternational International league, said today
that from now on all pitchers will
be limited to only five wat-mup
tosses and that mund confer conferences
ences conferences will be held to one minute
in an effort to speed up games.
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,rancisco 27 21 .563 312
urgh 26 22 .542 412
,ngeles 26 24 .520 Ws
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vis 19 28 .404 11
lolphia 18 28 .391 1112
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Milwaukee 30 17
San Francisco 27 21
Pittsburgh 26 22
Los Angeles 26 24
Chicago 23 25
Cincinnati 22, 26
St. Louis 19 28
Philadelphia 1,8 28
Today's Games
San Francisco at Milwaukee
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at P,hiladelphia (N)
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
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Pittsburgh 000 010 04x-5 9 0
Mizell (6-2), McDaniel and H.
Smith.
Friend (2-7), Face and Foiles
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Chicago 100 100 010-3 8 1
Philadelphia 002 020 00x-4 9 '2
Hillman (3-4), Henry, Morehead
and S. Taylor.
Owens (4-3), and Sawatski.
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 003 010-4 i 8 0
Milwaukee 001 003 30x-7 10 1
Sanford (6-6), G. Jones, North Northington,
ington, Northington, Zanni and Schmidt.
Buhl (4-3), McMahon and Cran Crandall.
dall. Crandall. (Night Game)
Los Angeles 010 004 000-3 13 0
Cincinnati 000 100 000-1 '2 1
Williams (2-1) and Roseboro.
Pefia (2-3), Schmidt and Bai Bailey.
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CHICAGO (UPI) The Chi,-
cago Bears today signed two rookie
linemen, Gonad D.?Lucea of
Middle Tennessee State and
Charles Bates of Alabama ATM
for the 1959 season..
MORE STADIUM SEATS
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI)
Guy J. Mackey, athletic director
at Purdw, said today 10,000 more
seats may be added to the uni university's
versity's university's 53,000-capacity football
stadium during the best two or
three years.
GRANDSON FOR GILES
GINGINNAI (UPI) Warren
C. Giles, president of the National
League, b2came a grandfather for
the first time Tuesday when a
baby was born to Lt. and Mrs.
William Giles in Lincoln, Neb.
The baby, Which weighed eight
pounds, 10 ounces, was named
Michael Warren Giles.
NAVY WINS TROPHY
NEW YORK CUPI) Tly?
ern Intercollegiate Baseball
Legue announced today that May
won the Hanks Trophy as the
league champion and that two
NaNy players, outfielder Fred
Mush and pitcher Chuck Davis,

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Cloveland 25 20 .551
Chicago 26 21 .551
Baltimore 26 22 .541
Kansas City 23 21 .521
Dotrolt 22 24 .471
Washington 23 26. .461
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Chicago 26 21 .553
Baltimore 26 22 .542 12
Kansas City 23 21 .523 112
Dotrolt 22 24 .471
Washington 23 26, An 4
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Boston it 26- .492
Today's Games
Baltimore at Chicago,
Boston at Kansas City
Ney York at Detroit
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Ili-sults
Baltimore 000 000 010-1 -8 7
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O'Dell (2-5), Portocarrero and
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Pierce (6-5) and Romano
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Fisclier (5-1) and Porter.
Score (5-3), Brodowski, Perry
and Nixon.
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Terry; Shantz, Duren (1-2) and
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Lary, Morgan, Sisler, Narieskt
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Cocks (1-2), Herbert and Chia,.
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REDSKINS SIGN GOB
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Gob, former University of Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh end, has signed a 1959 con contract
tract contract yith the Washington Rel Relskins.
skins. Relskins. LIONS GET QUARTERBACK 4.
VANCOUVER, B. C. (UPI)
The British Columbia Lions, wiio
previously signed All Ameriga.
quarterback Randy Duncan 61
Iowa, Tuesday signed his uncle,
stody, Mitch Ogiego. Ogiego hat
two more years of college did-,
Wily but dropped out or 8691
for scholastic and financial rea reasons.
sons. reasons. PHILS OBTAIN NEMER
PHILADELPHIA (UP1)---Alviii,
Neiger, a left-handed pitcher at attending
tending attending the University of Dela,-
ware, has signed a bonus con-,
tract with the Philadelphia Phil,
lies. who revealed that 12 other
major leaette clubs were after
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Del.; will report to the Philhel
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,! SUMMIT, N.J. (UPI) No
matter what your town, they
play goli today for your boys.
0,More than 200,000 of them still
are in hospitals. They were the
guys who lost the future at places
like Guadalcanal, Normandy, St.
Lo, Leyte, the Bulge, Iwo Jima,
Inchon and on Heartbreak Ridge.
'But they haveh't beeri forgotten.
;It's difficult to tonnect the sun sunshine
shine sunshine and laughter of golf tourna tournaments
ments tournaments with the darkness and de despair
spair despair brought by a bomb or a
bullet.- Yet the American Women
en's Voluntary Services happily
pulls it off with the help of such
services as the Triangle Round
Robin Invitation golf tournament
running through Sunday at the
Canoe Brook Country Club.
HELPS KID AROUND
is your guy? Or the kid
Prom arottnd the corner who,
fer made it all the way, home?
!ion& Rochester Okla);
Ohio CRY 2DWIght,
rladdik And 'Aaron 'AaronTie
Tie 'AaronTie As Natinars
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'Player Of Month.
CINCINNATI (I)71), Harvey
Haddix of Pittsburghi who pitched
perfect ball for 12, hmings and
still lost, had to settle for a tie
with Hardt Aaron of Milwaukee
today in the Netiotial League's
"Player of the Montit"'award for
May.
Haddix polled 17 vote,s, the
same number as Aaron, from a
voting committee of 40 baseball
writers and broadcasters who par participate
ticipate participate in the NL's monthly bal balloting.
loting. balloting. Haddix and Aaron 'were farout
in front of their:nearest compe competitors.
titors. competitors. Relief see Elroy Face of
the Pirates collected four votes
and shortstop Johnny Logan of
the Braves received two.
Aaron, the leading hitter in
the majors, apparently Wa3 a
cinch to win the award for Mav
during which he batted .376, with
31 runs.batted in and eight hom homers.
ers. homers. Haddix swung much of the vot voting
ing voting his way, however, when he
had a perfect game for 12 innings
against the Braves,.:May 28, then
lost in the 13th inning when Joe
Adcock's double produeed the only
run of the game.
The Pirates' lefthander pitched
melt' during May even ,though be
won only qwo of five decisions.
Haddix completed four of his six
tarts, allowed 34 hits in 52. in innings,
nings, innings, struck out-39 while yalking
only seven, and compiled an
earned run average of 2.08.,
Yor winning the award, Ratline
and Aaron each will receive an
engraved desk set, which includes
it clock and two pens, from the
6IL office.
Along The Foinvays
mmmu
,.'lLIMMIT MEMORIAL DAY
C ROSSCOUNT R Y TOURNEY
Fred Hayes spread a cigar
smoke screen over the Summit
gma Golf and Country Club last
alt6ek end and proceeded to walk
sway with the low net honors in
Elimmit's annual Memorial Day
cross country golf tournament.
Hayes turned b a net score of
65 to best out Bob LaChapelleil
ISE:
low gross honors went to Ted
"Jordan as his 7C was one stroke
' better than Frank Day's and
' Vince Lombrodia's $75 grosa
geom.
In the ladies' bracket Faye
Day took the low net prize with
bfr 86. Wilma Riley shot the
low gross score among the fair fairer
er fairer sex with her 101.
'Summit's next tournament will
14 the monthly mixed scotch
foursome tournament Saturday
afternoon, June 6. All Isthmian
gol'ers are invited to play in Mitt
tournament.

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FRALEY,
Chicago Burlingame Los
Angeles --Battle Creek Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Oakland?
No matter where, these selfless
women are trying to make it
easier for the kids in khaki,
forest green or Navy blue whose
number came up so far away.
They, bring the glow to those
cheerless veterans' hospitals
wards and corridors with birth birthday
day birthday parties, letter Writing, read reading
ing reading and sports outings for the men
,who can't go back.
This tournament is one of the
things which helps to pay the
freight. It opened yesterday with a
pro-amateur event wich dis display
play display such celebrities as Benny
Goodman, Sammy Kay, Julius La LaRosa,
Rosa, LaRosa, Fred yVarning, Jackie Glea Gleason,
son, Gleason, Don Cherry, Kyle Rote and
Phil- Silvers.
Then, toda$,,1 ough Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, the ladies take over com completely.
pletely. completely. That's when the members
of ,the Ladles Professibnsl Golf
411$S. 0 who-probably will show
thetniss 4be,wariti todaes pro progrintotibegill'
grintotibegill' progrintotibegill' itur-dayT round
robin irftwhich eacktplayer eventually-Meets
everr- other on a
match-medal play basis.
DON'T itELL WOMEN
'SHORT
"We don't claim to be able to
play es utplt as the top men pro professionals,
fessionals, professionals, smiles Marilyn
Smith'. "But 'don't sell us too short:-
The girl golfers have come a
long, long-way in the last
few years.
They Ave indeed, with such
star ,s as "Smitty.' Fay Crocker
of Uruguay, pretty Barbara Ro Romeek,
meek, Romeek, bubbly Patty Berg, Louise
(Little Poison). Suggs, 1ong-hitting
Wiffi Smith, smiling Jackie Pung,
shapely Marlene Bauer Hagge,
Betsy Rawls, Kathy Corne Cornelius,
lius, Cornelius, Bonnie Randolph:Joyce Zis Ziske,
ke, Ziske, Mickey Wright, Mary Lena
Faulk, Betty Jameson and Beverly
Hanson.
Jackie Pune won the first Tri Triangle
angle Triangle in 1953 by knocking home a
180-yard second shot on the 15th
hole of the final round for an
eagle. Miss Bere copped it in
1954 while Miss Suggs holed a 25-
foot putt to win in 1955. Marlene
of the Bauers bettered 71 three
times in winning the 1958 event:
Miss Crocker look it in 195
and Misi Suggs became the only
repeater last year.
So, whether the girls think they
can play- against men twos, or
not, the fact remains that they
are really something to see.
Sports Briefs
STEELERS SION MISSY
PITTSBURGH (UPIIJohn Nis.
by, a sixone, 230-pound ;uard,
has signed his 1959-contract with
the pittsburgh Steelers, Nisby,
who played collegiate ball at the
College of Pacific, came to the
Step lers as a free agent in 1957
after being released by the Green
Bay Packers.
MILLER JOINS MONTREAL
MONTREAL (UPIIBob Miller.
3 year Old righthander w b o
Pitched for the Philadelphia Phil.'
lies for seven seasons. has signed
with the Montreal Royals of the
International League. Miller start started
ed started ithe current season with the
Buffalo Bisons but recently was
giv,en his release. 1
CHICAGO (UPDThe Chicago
Cardinale Monday picked up line.'
backer Bob Dougherty from the
Pittsburgh Steelers in exchangl
for a 1960 draft choice. Dougker.
ty 8 draft choice of the Loa An.
geles Rams in 1957, played in all
12 games with the Steelere last
season. He stands sixtwo and
weighs.235 pounds.
DODGE,RS FARM LILLIS
LOS ANGELES (UPI) LAS
Angelem shortstop Bob Lillis, who
hit only .229 while alternating
with Don Zimmer, has been sent
to the Spokane farm club of tne
Pacific Coast League. The DWI!
ere in turn 07rchased the con
tract of Spokane shortstop Maury
Wills, who is scheduled to loll
the club in Milwaukee on Friday.

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SUMMER LEAGUE
Weak of May 28
Spacial Notice
Teams bowling in Curunu,
June 4
Team No. 6 Zenith TX. bowling
Team No. I Lin Coln Life on al alleys,
leys, alleys, 1 and 2
Mani' No. 2 Astra Products,
bowling,
Team No. 11 Cale,Duran on al alleys
leys alleys 3 and 4
Standings Won Lost
Kent Cigarettes, 28 4
Zenith TN. 19 13
Tivoli Travels, 19 13
Balboa Beer, 18 '14
Good Year Tires 18 14
Blue Star, 17 15
Cafe Duran, 15 11,
Astra Products, 13 19
Lincoln Life, 12 20
Martini Vermouth 1112 2)12
Hillman Cars, 11 21
Pepsi Cola 912 2212
High Team 3 Games
Hillman Cars
Zenith T.V.,
Kent Cigarettes,-
(Kmndicap)
3143
3102
3061
High Team Gams: (Handicap)
Martini Vermouth 1103
Cafe Duran, 1077
Lincoln Life, 1055
High- GI Ones Watch
1VICLane and Soyottet 4 621
T. Reeler, 817
R. Novey, 606
High individual Game: (Scratch)
McLane, 237
R. Novey, 232
Soyster and Ehremberg, 227
High Individual Ave.
McLane,
R. Soyster,
L. Ely
E. Bates
Zost,
(Scratch)
179
177
173
173
173
Kent Cigarettes, 4
Astra Products, 0
Kent took 4 again bowling a
team that bowled under par. De
Luca was high for Kent with a
fine 577, Alvarado had 530. Mc
Lane was high for Astra with 537.
Zenith TN., 4 Hillman Cars, 0
,This was a good match and
was closer at times than the re
sults show.
Dick Soyster who has Wen
moving up each week in the high
Ind. ave. column settled for 519,
DeVeau was high for Zenith with
524. Makofsky high for Hillman
527
Tivoli Travois, 4
Martini Vermouth, 0
Tivoli jumped on Martiht who
were having a bad night, fur all
4 points. The handicap being on only
ly only 1-toint diff. in favor of Mar Martini.
tini. Martini. King bowling anchor for Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli was hot with a big 572 and
Ski had a good 537. Alvarez was
high for Martini with 472.
Balboa Boor, 2 Blue Star, 2
These 'who teams realy had a
ball, Blue star taking the first 2
games and the suds boys coming
right back for the last game and
total pin fall.
Good Year Tiros, 2
Lincoln Life, 2
This was a baag up match all
the way. The Ins. boys yon the
1st by 9 pins, the 2nd by 5, then
the tables turned in, favor of the
tire men who took the last and
pin fall by 38 pins. Curly was
high for Good Year With 535 and
Santa Clause for Lincoln with
508.
Cafe Duran, 4 Pepsi Cola,
This match was another close
one, more so than. the-tinal re results
sults results show. The coffee boys won
the lst one by 7 pins and the4nd
by 20. Sutton was high for Duran
with 536 B. Hassler high for Pep
si with Sit
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NFL EXHIBITION NUNCIO
BOSTON (UP1)The Chicago
Bears and the Philadelphia Ea Eagles
gles Eagles will meet in nearby t..yon.
Mass., in an exhibition football
game on Aug. 22. The game, the
proceeds of which, go to char
ity, was arranged by Joseph'
Kennedy, former 'ambassador to
the Court of St. James, at the
behest of Richard Cardinal Cushint

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YIASHING'rON, June 4 (01)----
Champion Joe Brown, very dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with last night's gory
victory over challenger r aolo
. Roil, said today he would re
main in the lightweight division
and try to equal, at least, the
late Benny Leonard's record of
eight title defenses.
"I won't try to stops's, to Mit
welterweight division,' said the
slentifir, 33-year old champion
who weighed on'.'y In peunds
while scoring a ninth Nouns
technical knockout victery over
bloody Rost of Italy and New
York.

That was Brown's seventh de defense
fense defense in his 100th professional
bout, "and it certainly Wasn't one
of my best performances."
Rosi, who had 10 stitches taken
in his right brow at Sibley Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital this mhrning and patched up
on three, other minor cuts about
his eyes, claimed he was the vic victim
tim victim of Brown's alleged butts and
not his fists.
"1 had the title in my hands,"
declared the baldish, 31-year-old
challengero "until I got hit bead
in my fate in the eighth round."
At the end of the eighth ses session
sion session Besi whe weighed 134-
pour;ds to Brown's 132was a aMad
Mad aMad on the score sheets el' nine
sperts-writers at the ringside in
Li line arena. Four writers had
Brown ahead and hve figured
the bout evin.
But on the official score sheets,
the opinion was evenly divided.
Referee Charlie Reynolds favored
Rosi on a five-points-must basis,
76-71. Judge Norvel Lee give
each 75 points, and judge Harvey
Volkman,,favored Brown, 7;-75.
The United Press International
had Paolo in front, 78-74.
Buffalo Moves
into IL Tie
With Columbus
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NEW YORK, June
Buffalo' moved Into a ,first place
tie 'with' Crilunibus id the Inter International
national International League and right-hander
Henry Masori was' the Man
who got the Moving job doner
Mason yielded illy three hits
and retired the last 10 men in a
row while pitching the 'Bisons to
a 1-0 victory over Havana last
night.
Mason, who gained his third
victory without a loss, had to be
at his best to beat Ted Wieand
The Havana pitcher gave up only
two hits and struck out nine.
Buffalo scored the only run of
the game in the seventh when
Bobby Margan singled home Bob
by Del Greco.
Richmond swept a twin-bill
from Toronto, 7-0 and 6-5, with
Jim Pisoni hitting a homer in
each game. Cletis Boyer also
homered for Richmond in the
opener as Ed Dick limited the
Leafs tosix hits.
Bill Hhrris of Montreal hurled
a ieven-hitter to beat Columbus,
6-1, aiding his own cause with
a home run. Harry Schwegman
also homered for the Royals.
Rain postponed the Rochester RochesterMiami
Miami RochesterMiami game. .0
Second All-Star
Game To Be Played
in LA. On Aug. 3
MILWAUKEE (UPI) Base Baseball
ball Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick's
okay and ironing out such de.
tails as radio and television corn.
mitments is all that stands he hetween
tween hetween a second major league All.
Star game in Lott Angeles in Au.
gust.
Executive Vice President Bir
die Tebbetts of the Milwaukee
Braves said Tuesday club owners
and players had approved a sec.
ond game and tentatively selected
Los Angeles as the site. A
likely date le Aug. 3 an open
date for bOth leagues.
The regular All-Star gime is
set for July 7 in Pittsburgh.
Frick has indicated he will go
along with a second-All-Sta; game
which was advanced by player
representative Robin Roberts of
the Philadelphia Phi Ines am a
means of increasing the players
pension fund, and providing cash
for minor league id and youth
baseball programs.
The major leagues held two
All-Star games during the war
with the second game against for former
mer former major leaguers in service.
Tebbetts said the plan next year
will be to hold the two games in
American League cities and ex,
tend the normal All-Star break to
four days to permit playing of
both contests. After that. the
games will alternate between the
leagues like they do now.
"I'm sure the people, on the
West Coast will be amdous to
see some of the American League
stars in action," he said.
But Frick said that If in his ef.
rorts to sell television and radio
rights for the second game he rap
into evidence that it waS regarded
as of lesser importance "I would
vote against it.'

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' FOR SALE:-1948 Oldsmobile. FOR SALE:-Stereophonic rec- DINING ROOM set, ',hiller. FOR SALEw--Latto 500 end I.000' -- 0 ...- ., '::'! !' ; ',
HATTER:: 'STOCK PRICES
, t,, Baldwin's furnished apartments FOR RENT:-One bedroom fur- meters, le the Nuevo Hieatireitut ' C
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone nished apartment, Automobile automatic transmission, duty ords. Classical and eoPuire Big ator Rattan furniture, home ar
! I Smith, Gamboa 302. Row, $70.00 monthly. Tele- paid. Good transportation, SPA, assortment. AGENCIAS D I A Z ticles, 561 Corozal, Balboa PrbanIzatiosi across the Romeo T
1 4 i, house No. 0257-D, Ave. Ridge 37th Street No, 6-A. 1617. Racetrack.' All lots with MOO
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is phone. Balboa 2870.
... fronts. usage, water main and
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1,t'iO; Clara and Rio Hato. New low FOR RENT:Cangreio. Furnish- Going vacation? Grand sale In- FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957, electrkity. CaN W. Wilmot. NEW YORK, Jtme 4 (11PI) -. NEW YORK, Jim 4 (1.17DP
, FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine, diens pre-Colombian motis. Take automatic dryer $175.00. Qtrs. -Tel. 44976.
2t1 rates. Phone Balboa 1866 ed one room apartment with Moody's Stock Survey says stocks Stocks, today followed yesterday's
299-A Albrook AFL Phone IA IA,.
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1 bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot sport car in fine conditions. For
information call 3-1141 be- advantages. Arte Las Americas.
National Ave. 3102 can be seen anytime after remain dearly priced and shouid pattern by opening irregularly
7.4 PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages water, new furniture. $85.00.
tween 9 a.m. and 5 P.m. and 8:00 a.m. SERVICES be bought only with caution and Mgher -on moderate trading.
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa- Call 3-1789. No. 77334 2 DE LUXE -- discrimination: ' Electronics performed b e t t it r
ndth.inuAasgnctrisiotnethsinelardni:dg4rouapopsp.morntwiinthingains run run':
': run': It' after 5 a.m. 3-3069.
,. name 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. COLDSPOT AIR CONDITIONS, FOR SALE:-Leaving immedia- hyete drheai ntiadsnt hi nv inei
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i FOR RENT:-T h r e e bedroom
FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury se- 7.5 Amps., 34 HP 115 Volts. Care
Mdt hiaVonu yergrt a- lanliati t t rt .07Meapate, r t itkO6ver et i nt hb liaas Ili 1133irtenrcilfria2
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1, I aoartment at Cangreio. Two
bathrooms, maid's room with
garage. hot water, large living- dan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic, $375.
FOR SALE:-1959 Thunderbird, hCuommipdliettieerly. aGuutoamraanttiece.d.Remkeogy: TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-FI Transitors rme aa en
sues, with strong technical price -Advocate ,Asbestos
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' 1 Houses able filter, extractor and de- 50b
lio bathroom, large kitchen, porch, Call Ilalboa, 2871.
Chevrolet Impala. sport, hard top, Specialist. Ws service all makes 290b
fnot es II vcrii. go eac kreal ti ai:nr:' niMv2sallic iuw: li.nCe dh01.ewl. I., sitGi5vEl .18
.. ular $219.95 NOW $178.00. all like new. Call 3-1566. and models. We'dom't pretend to patterns, which are still lagging Alleghaay corD 11
ir i, FOR RENT:-Completely fur- dining room. "D" Street and Al- WW tires, low mileage. Car like guarantee our work. Wo guar- behind the broad advance of the Aluminium' Lta 31
- ',- berto Navarro, Raquel Building. new. Color Black. Call 36-444 anted it. past year, will not soon begin to Amer Cyanamid S812
nished chalet, two bedrooms, liv livTel.
Tel. livTel. 2-2379, 3-6170. evenings. 3-1594 working hours. No. 56734 1 CODSPOT AIR FnOesRe cShAesLtEa:--ndV
CONDITIONER, 34 HP 115 CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli more fully discount their brighter Amer Motors
I ing, dining room, kitchen, maid's 3712
room, garage, etc. For six months. FOR RENT:--In Cangreio. two FOR SALE:-1942 Studebaker Volts, 7500 BTU. Completely corners. Peruvian table, bar, sofa,
et art I ec hwesitPh. sCilvhei;
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2.1905. prospects apparent for the next 6 Amer Tel and Tel ,,,,
95th Street No. 43. S185.00. bedrooms apartment. two princi- 12 ton pick-up truck. Will go to automatic. 2 speeds. Easy in- wardrobe, chest of drawers, stove. to 12 montht,, Wording to Hay- Anaconda Copper 65
to t Tel. 3-4994. pal bathrooms. maid's room with best offer. Duty paid. Call Ft. stallation. Guaranteed. Regular 44th St. No, 37. Apt. E. Tel. Protect your home ens prelim- den, Stone ancl Co. Arkansas Fuel 34
,o-i bath, dinnette, porch, garage, Kobbe 6159 until 4 p.m. Balboa $239.95 NOW $188.00. 3-3489. ty against insect d a m a g m Beebe and Co. holds that the AVCO 31fg 15
. FOR RENT:-4 bedroom cha- Prompt scientific treatment to market's recent behavior indicates Beth Steel
0 hot water, large living-dining- 4417 after 4:30 p.m. FOR SALE:-Very cheap: bar, emergency .os mewl budget that although the averages were 31
let All independent. No. 36, 7th
room. Other room for host or of- No. 563340 1 COLDSPOT Bettinger Corp 11141)
To Street, Golf 'Heights, information fice. "D" Street and Alberto Na- FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4 AIR CONDITIONER 34 HP basis. Telephone Pronto SerfiC44 going forward an internal cnrrec Bicroft Uranium ROb
2-2407. wirers, El Cangreio, Raquel Build- door sedag, standard 6, excellent 115 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com- srotory, e,euvirtaaridnrsohoomthahosatanNyo, m3ir;
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1771 tion was taking place in the mark- British Pet 1
-- Apt. E. Tel. 3-3489.
.. ing. Tel. 2-2379. 3-6170. condition $1150.00 Phone 2- pletely autodmatic. Removable , et as a whole, and looks for a con- Burroughs 36th
l!' FOR SALE:-Cornpletely furnish furnish2198.
2198. furnish2198. filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed. FO RSALE:--Wastinghouse dry drySpecial
Special drySpecial Offers tinuation of this action. Canadian Eagle lib
ed concrete house (chalet) 2 FOR RENT:-Modern three bed- Regular $249.95 NOW $188.00 et. 12' GI. Upright fr ; Softness in United Aircraft, saYs celanese 391;it
r t bedrooms, hot water, extra large rOOMS apartment in Cangreio, 2 FOR SALE:-195; Buick Cent- W. E. Hutton and Co., reflects the
t t sidewalk bike; portebtig typowrit- Cerro de Pasco 4234
porch. Road facing Paitilla Air- bathrooms, maid's room with ury Hard Top Coupe, in excellent Ng. JI1D 'COLDSPOT RE- er; 21" Dumont TN.; Zenith general uneasiness about the earn- Chicago Great West .48b
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field No. 109. Call 3-0553. bath, large kitchen, front porch condition, with Radio & W. W. FRIGERATOR, 11 c.f., 70 WANTED:-Bilingual secretor ings outlook for the 'big aircraft
-- Transoceanic; Kenmore sewing Chrysler S714
and back, garage, hot water, large Tires. Selling price $1,650, Call Pound Freezer. Porcelain Into- machine. Phone Qtrs. 39, phone with experience. SELECCION DE companies, where profits f r o m Cities Service 5614
1 FOR RENT: Three bedroom
house, living room office, dining diningroom.
room. diningroom. large kitchen, maid's room living-diningroom and dinnette.
"L" Street and Via Argentina,
Aurora Building, Tels. 2-2379, Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759'
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. riot. Aluminum shelves. Reg Reguglar
uglar Reguglar $319.95 NOW $198.00. 6142.
FOR SALE:-Sylvania 21" TN. PERSONAL, S.A. Peikard's Build- missiles and electronics are not
ing in front of Lottery Bldg. Tel. compensating for the loss of man2-0451
and 2-2737. ned aircraft business. Ccoolagsattael pCaairmiboemve 1
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3-6170. FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000 SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A. Los $150.00; Pentroc tape recorder, Colorado Fuel
Diamond Gardner expected to creole Pet XD26
fam(ly. Bella Vista. Tel. 3-7921. miles $1465. Coco Solo 3.7.5. WANTED:-Bilingual secretary 5212
Angeles Transithmian High- $175.00; Hi Fidelity speaker with earn 52.30 a share in 1959 on a 5
-- --- FOR RENT:-A large, comfort- - -- --- --
per cent rise in sales, against Crown Cork and Seal 33
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 7-113
FOR RENT:-Completely furnish- FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile way. Open from 8:45 a.m. to c.shinet, $40.00. House 6356-B with good knowledge of short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Please send all'
able apartment. It has one bed- 51.92 a share in 1958, according Du Pont
ed concrete house (chalet) 2
room, closet, living room. din- 4-door s e d a n, good running 12, and from 2:00 p.m. to 6:45 Los Rios, phone 2-4217. 25212
bedrooms, hot water, extra large
ning room. porc-h, and kitchen. order Price $225.00, 1558-A Pm
FOR SALE:-60 cycle, Kelvi- the necessary. information and to Reynolds and Co.
experience with picture and sal- El Paso Natural Gas' 3212
Poor's investment advisory sur surporch
porch surporch Road facing Paitilla Air- Calabash, Balboa after 4 p.m. Fairchild Engine 734
All furnished. Will rent only to FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer nator refrig aaaaa r-freozer zombi: on' dolirod to: APPlization to vey thinks a further'rise is likely
field No. 109. Call 3-0553. Fargo Oil 6
a serious and responsible person.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford 8 0.- type washing machine, 1 year old nation. 2 doors, 9.4 as ft., shelf Position. P.O. Box 5295, Pan- in auto parts stocks, and mentions
La Crests. Avenida lose Gabriel S95.00. 1957 Volkswagen se- area 16 sq. ft.. fe capacity ama, R. It,. (TV' Ai: Si allteiSona! BK0 er 1 gs ewy -al La Felmont Pet 61ils
tinders, four door sed'an, low DBaenna DBaennaDuque
Duque DBaennaDuque Sto. 32. Telephone Pan Panm
m Panm i I e a g e, excellent condition. dan, excellent condition. Call 83- 44 lbs. Excellent condition. General Dynamics
General Electric 5614
. k I Commercial Sites 1 ama 3-1043 and 2-1045. 1956 Buick Rodmaster, Lux- 5285. $125.00. Telephone 81-4264.
ISTIIMIANS Yere,s' 81
,,,
Corp., Eaton NIL, Electric Storage General Motors
General Plywood 5114
. FOR RENT:-Beautiful Duplex urious extras, 4 door sedan, duty FOR SALE:-Frigidaire automatic FOR SALE:-Household articles. Battery, Federal-Mogul Bower,
Gulf Oil 23
Glass, Raybestos Manhattan, and
Gould-National, Libby-Owens-Ford
, i FOR RENT: 316.80 square in Cangreio, 2nd. floor. Cross paid. 3-1568. washer, good condition. $100.00. 8544 Margarita. Phone 3-2481. If.. 115b
meters, suitable for a warehouse ventilation. hot water. Informa InformaFOR
FOR InformaFOR SALE:-1958 Ford 2-door Fort Clayton, 5293.
ej Stewart-Warner. Harsco Steel
TmD rial Oi 4012b
: I workshop. garage, S Street. be- tion 3-6589.
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-356, FOR SALE:-Two 9x12 rugs,
Duplicate Bridge ,,,-- .. I 11 V ,-,p Brooklyn Union Gas this year
probably will earn around $3.00 a Hayden Newport 1714
Howe Sound 191413
tween Automobile Row and Fran FranFOR
FOR FranFOR RENT:-Furnished apart- Coco Solo. Anytime. perfect condition. Bargain. House
gipani Street, close to Auto 41112
112C P. c, nme Pt .. "O. Int i ri mak short. nosinet t'l 17 iri loco w.lit, : .:e.- 1

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information about Clas Classifieds.
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you have a commercial
contract.
Reso'rts I
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
' Foster cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Nato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
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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:--4 bedroom cha chalet
let chalet All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street, Golf Nights. 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
fam;ly. Bella Vista. Tel. 3-7921.
FOR RENT: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.
ICommercial Sites 1
FOR RENT: 316.80 square
meters. suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street. be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. S235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
,
Rooms I
FOR RENT:Furnished room for
two person with good habits.
Family house, chalet in Befouls
No. 614.
LEGAL NOTICE
umrrEn- STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
Unfted States District Court Fel
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Thomas G. North, Jr., Plaintiff, vs.
Suzanne North. Defendant. Summons
Case No. 4918, Civil Docket 32 Action
for divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
end answer the complaint filed in the
Sbove-ontitied action within ninety days
tater the first 'late of publication.
In case of your failtse to so appear
imd answer, judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie Ir.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this May 37, 1959,
Sara de la Polka
Clerk
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BYsLois IE. Barrisott
Chief Deputy Clerk
To &mann.' North:
Thep foregoing summons is served up upIon
Ion upIon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Cmwe, Judge, United States District
Cast for the District of the Canal Zone.
dated May 77, 1950, and entered and
tiled in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
May XI, 1959.
Sara de la ?edit
Clerk
BysLois F. Harrigan'
Chief Deoutv Clerk
German
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Apartments'
FOR RENT:One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, Automobile
Row, $70.00 monthly. Tele Telephone.
phone. Telephone. Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:Cangreico. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
water, new furniture. $85.00.
Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:T brae bedroom
apartment at Cangreio. Two
bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, large kitchen, porch,
garage. hot water, largo 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. "0" Street and Alberto Na Navarro.
varro. Navarro. El Cangreici. Raquel Build Building.
ing. Building. Tel. 2-2379. 3-6170.
FOR RENT:Modern three bed bedl'OOMS
l'OOMS bedl'OOMS apartment in Cangrelo, 2
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, large kitchen, front porch
and back, garage, hot water, large
living-diningroom and dinnette.
"12' 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:Reautifui 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,
cool. maid's room. garage. Poto Potomar
mar Potomar building, El Cangreio. ST30.
Calle Alberto Navarro, Tel. 2-
2718.
FOR RENTi s-- Two bedroom
apartment, one 'With air condi conditioner.
tioner. conditioner. Sal !edam Building, s
&sniped. Tel. 3-7921.
FOR R N Comfortable
"WILCOX APARTMENTS," New
Cristobal. Garage facilities. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 877, Colon.
FOR RENT:Best located email
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom Duplex, hot water, Campo
Alegre. Starting July lat. Tel,.
2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENT:Apartmont at PI
Cangrelo. Furnished or unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. Two bedrooms, balcony
surrounding, maid's room with
bathroom, garage. hot water.
Phone 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:Beitutiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious,
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room. ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage, etc.
Very cool. Enquire -eside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
S50 00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors, reg regular
ular regular transportation. Phon 2-
3343 or 3-0471.
1 Motorcycles
FaMM
FOR SALECushman siooter,
wheeler, 2 speeds forviard, I re reverse,
verse, reverse, in running condition. $50.
Tel. Balboa 3464.
FOR SALE: One scooter
(Cushman part of two others.
Call Balboa 2995.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
1 AGENCY DEMMER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Ali Types ot Auto Insurance
PROMOTE PRESLEY
FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
Elvis Presley wore another
stripe today. The Army pro promoted
moted promoted him to specialist fourth
class, a rank equivalent to cor corporal.
poral. corporal. Presley, a jeep driver,
also received a pay increase of
$22 112 a month, for a total montn montnly
ly montnly pay of $122.30.

AGENTS:

I Automob!iles
FOR SALL-1 948 Oldsmobile.
automatic transmission, duty
paid. Good transportation, aPPIY
house No. 0257-D, Aye. Ridge
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine,
port 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.
Cali Balboa, 2871.
FOR SALE:-1959 Thunderbird,
WW tires, low mileage. Car like
new. Color Black. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:-1942 Studebaker
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 sesta!), standard 6, excellent
condition $1150.00 Phone 2-
2198.
FOR SALE:-195; Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Top Coupe, in excellent
condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tires. Selling price $1,650. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759'
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000
miles $1465. Coco Solo 3.75.
FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile
4-door se d a n, good running
order Price $225.00, 1558-A
Calabash, Balboa after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1956 Ford 8 cy cylinders,
linders, cylinders, four door sed'an, low
mileag e, excellent condition.
1956 Buick Rodmaster, Lux Luxurious
urious Luxurious extras, 4 door sedan, duty
paid. 3-1568.
FOR SALE:--1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-356,
Coco Solo. Anytime.
IBoats & Motors I
FOR SALE:-15 ft. fiberglass
Thunderbird boat, 1959 Mercury
47 h p. motor, (electric, gen generator),
erator), generator), Champion trailer, acces accessories,
sories, accessories, phone Curundu 3244.
FOR SALE:-12 ft. boat with
trailer and all accessories $125.
10-11.p. Johnson outboard $125
both fine condition. Thomas.
phone Kobbe 4196.
FOR SALE:Cabin miter, Car Caroline
oline Caroline No. 290, 26 foot, 102 h.
P., gray angina. Call Panama 3-
,4711.
16 ft. inboard 230 h.p. Chrysler
motor with ttilit. Will sell all
for value of motor, S250. ABER ABERNATHY.
NATHY. ABERNATHY. New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser (Sea
Knight) completely furnished and
painted. Reduced from $775.00
to $575.00. Also racing runa runabout.
bout. runabout. Make offer. ABERNATHY.
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 Loceriaa, 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 man, North American
wishes to share apartment. Tray Trayvels
vels Trayvels 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. WANTED:Experienced maid,
live in, must speak English 790
-C, Tavernilla, Balboa.
Air Force Grads
Told They May Play
Critical US Role
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
(UPI) Air Force Secretary
James H. Douglas told the Air
Force Academy's first graduating
class yesterday its members
might play a critical role in main maintaining
taining maintaining freedom in the Western
world.
I
He advised the 207 graduates
they wer? being commissioned in
an Air Force which spanned the
free world and had a "major role
in holding the Communist world
in check." lie said each wouH
have a chance to confront "the
challenge of communism with the
faith and understanding of free
men."

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:---Stereophonic rec records.
ords. records. Classical and posiolar Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
Going vacation? Grand sale In Indians
dians Indians pre-Colombian motis. Take
advantages. Arte 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
$235'.95 NOW $188.00.
No. 563340 1 COLDSPOT
AIR CONDITIONER 34 HP
115 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com Completely
pletely Completely autodmatic. Removable
filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed.
Regular $249.95 NOW $188.00
No. J110 COLDSPOT RE REFRIGERATOR,
FRIGERATOR, REFRIGERATOR, 11 c.f., 70
Pound Freezer. Porcelain Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Aluminum shelves. Reg Reguglar
uglar Reguglar $319.95 NOW $198.00.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A. Los
Angeles Transithmian
was. Open from 8:45 .m. to
12, and from 2:00 p.m. to 6:45
P m
FOR SALE: Maytag Wringer
type washing machine, 1 year old
595.00. 1957 Volkswagen se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition. Call 83-
5285.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire automatic
washer, good condition. 5100.00.
Fort Clayton, 5293.
FOR SALE :Two 9x12 rugs,
perfect condition. Bargain. House
2235. Carr St., Balboa, C.Z.
FOR S A L E: Encyclopedia,
American educator, phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2602.
Tropical Fish complete Befta
hatchery for sale Francis Minas
Neave Las Cumbres.
If it's sporting goods, under water
equipment, boats, motors, trail trailers,
ers, trailers, Marine hardware, fiberglass
resin and material. Wei have it.
ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, across side street Pan Panpma
pma Panpma Hilton.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CA.
PHONE BALBOA 3709

4-Billion Dollar Farm Money Bill
Passes Senate, Goes To Committee

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Senate yesterday passed a four fourbillion
billion fourbillion dollar farm money bill
providing for a $50,000 ceiling on
price support benefits. A drive to
water down the ceiling fizzled
out.
The measure, approved by a roll
call vote of 74-10 after two days
of debate, now goes to a joint
Senate-House conference commit committee
tee committee to work out differences with
the version passed by the House
e arlier.
In addition to the four -billion
dollars in cash, the bill authorized
but did not appropriate 5294,-
315.000 for permanent programs,
mainly the purchase of surplus
perishable crops, and 5421.000,000
for farm electrification and tele telephone
phone telephone loans.
Republicans cast all 10 votes
against the bill, which carried
about 106 million dollars less than
President Eisenhower requested.
But 3 million dollars more than
the House provided. Voting for the
measure were 52 libmocrats and
22 Republicans.
Final debate was marked by a
burst of Democratic irritation over
recent GOP charges that Congress
is to blame for failing to curb the
accumulation of farm surpluses,
thereby running up costs to
taxpayers.
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (Dill.)
said the Marne rested with Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. Ben Benson
son Benson who is supporting prices of
NEEDED

5,000 meters of conductor cable No. 12, 600 volts with
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 AO volts.
100 meters of armored cable for underground in)stalla in)stallation
tion in)stallation No. 8, 2 conductor 600 volts.
One aviation beacon complete similar to Crouse-Hinds
type DCB-36 rotating beacon.
One 75 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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Horne Articles
DINING ROOM sat, refsiger-
ator, Rattan furniture, home ar articles,
ticles, articles, 561 Corozal, Balboa
FOR SALE: -- Kenmore 1957,
automatic dryer S175.00. 'atm
299-A Mistook AFL Phone 86-
3102 can be seen anytime after
8:00 a.m.
FOR SALE:Leaving immedia immediately.
tely. immediately. selling 12 cubic feet G.E.
refrigerator, Magic Chef stove
wiclock and oven window, 1958
Chevrolet Impala. sport, hard top,
all like new'. Call 3-1566.
FOR SALE:--Very cheap, Chi Chinese
nese Chinese chest and table with silver
corners. Peruvian table, bar, sofa,
wardrobe, chest of drawers, stove.
44th St. No, 37 Apt. E. Tel.
3-3489.
FOR SALE:--Very cheap: bar,
stove, wardrobe mahogany, mir mirror,
ror, mirror, curtains, 44th St. No. 37
Apt. E. Tel. 3-3489
FO RSALE:--Wostinghouse dri drier.
er. drier. 12' GI. Upright fr
sidewalk bike; portabtig typewrit typewriter;
er; typewriter; 21" Dumont TN.; Zenith
Transoceanic; Kenmore sewing
machine. Phone Qtrs. 39, phone
6142.
FOR SALE:Sylyania 21" T.V.
$150.00; Pentroc tape recorder,
$175.00; Hi Fidelity speaker with
c3kinet, $40.00. House 6356-B
Los Rios, phone 2-4217.
FOR SALE:-60 cycle, Kelvi Kelvinator
nator Kelvinator refris aaaaa 'grosser combi:
nation. 2 doors, 9.4 co ft., shelf
area 16 sq. ft., fr capacity
44 lbs. Excellent condition.
S12500. Telephone 82-4264.
FOR SALE:--Household articles.
8544 Margarita. Pkona 3-2481.
Duplicate Bridge
Returns To JWB
, Duplicate bridge returned to the
Balboa Tuesday evening.
Results of the initial tournament
were: first prize, Rene Wolf and
P. Hodgson; second prize Tessie
Luce and Flo Myers; third prize
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, loud
prize Charles Zelenko and Ilan IlanFRED
FRED IlanFRED Engel.
The games win. continue at the
DNB Allied Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center next Tuesday.
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TAKES A GIANT STEP
o !egged
French War veteran Gilbert Du Dutreix,
treix, Dutreix, 39, hopped up the 695 steps
to the Eiffel Tower's second floor
today to prove the benefits of
re-education of the handicapped.
corn and some other crops with without
out without imposing production controls.
He offered an amendment to,
ban supports on crops which are
in surplus unless production con controls
trols controls also are ordered. His pro proposal
posal proposal was ruled out of order.
The Senate rejected 48-37 an
attempt by en. John J. Wil Williams
liams Williams (11,-Del.) to cut funds for
the soil bank conservation reserve
program from 450 million to 375
million dollars, as sought by Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. The Senate conferees now will
hhve to work out a compromise
with the House which voted 325
million &Airs for the conser conservation
vation conservation program. They also will
have to resolve Senate-House dif differences
ferences differences over the price support
ceiling.
The House plan was designed
to impose a S50,000 ceiling on
benefits for any one crop. The
Senate version would provide for
la $50,000 ceiling on benefits to
anv one farmer on all his crops.
Sen. John C. Stennis (D-Miss.)
had proposed an amendment
aimed at letting farmers obtain
more than $50,000 in support
payments and loans provided they
repaid amounts in excess of the
ceiling. He said the provision
would wreck the cotton economy
and damage other crops.
On the other hand, Williams had
liegeqterl cutting the ceiling to
1
S35,000. Neither amendment was
brought to a vote.
President Eisenhower made
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LAWRE NC COTTON
CHS Ora Becomes
USAF Lieutenant
Lawrence F. Cotton, 21, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Cotton of
Cristobal, is scheduled graduated
with the historic first class at the
U.S. Air Force Academy today.
At commeneement exercises in
Arnold Hall, he was to be com commissioned
missioned commissioned a second lieutenant in
the regular U. S. Air Force, with
'the aerial rating of navigator, and
awarded a Bachelor of Science de degree.
gree. degree. Prior to his commissioning, Cot Cotton
ton Cotton held the position of supply of officer
ficer officer with the rank of Cadet first
lieutenant. He is a 1955 graduate
of Cristobal High School. During
his four years at the academy,
Cotton was A member of the Dodo
staff. His first assignment after
graduatimt will toe to enter pilot
training at Spence Air Base, Ca.
clear at his news conference that
the support ceiling would be no
obstacle to his signing the farm
bill. Asked about the limit, he
noted that "I have recommend recommended
ed recommended it before..."
Parliament Pays
Tribute To Grand
Old 'Big Ben'
LONDON (1.1PI)--The House of
Parliament yesterday took time
out to join Londoners in paying
tribute to a "grand old man' who
clocked Britain through her finest
hours.
"He" is, of course," the great
clock of Westminster, more fami familiarly
liarly familiarly known as "Big Ben."
Actually, the precise date of its
100th Jinniversary is a bit un unclear.
clear. unclear. But Londone-ra celebrated
yesterday anyhow. A commemo commemorative
rative commemorative plaque was accepted on be behalf
half behalf of "Big Ben" by Minister of
Works Hugh Molson from Speaker
of the House of Commons WS.
Mrrison.
Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmillan
lan Macmillan and Hugh Gaitskell, leader of
the opposition Lahor Party, were
aong tbose who watched and
heard Morrison extol "Big Ben's"
wartime services.
"its punctual boom said that
neither 'Big Ben' nor the nation
was put off its stroke by those
things," he said, referring to the
World War n aerial Wes."

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NEW YORK, June 4 MN)
Moody's Stock Survey says stocks
remain dearly priced and shouiti
be bought only with caution and
discrimination,.
There is nothing as yet tO indi indicate
cate indicate that the over-all market has
reached an important top, or that
many individually attrattive is issues,
sues, issues, with strolig technical price
patterns, which are still lagging
behind the broad advance of the
past year, will not soon begin to
more fully discount their brighter
'prospects apparent for the next 8
to 12 montht,, Wording to Hay Hayden,
den, Hayden, Stone and. Co.
Bache and Co. holds that the
market's recent behavior indicates
that although the averages ,were
going forward an internal ccirrec ccirrection
tion ccirrection was taking place in the mark market
et market as a whole, and looks for a con continuation
tinuation continuation of this action.
Softness in United Aircraft, says
W. E. Hutton and Co. reflects the
general uneasiness ab'out the earn earnings
ings earnings outlook for the 'big aircraft
companies, where profits f r om
missiles and electronics are not
compensating for the loss of man manned
ned manned aircraft business.
Diamond Gardner expected to
earn $2.30 a share in 1959 on a 5
per cent rise in sales, against
$1.92 a share in 1958, according
to Reynolds and Co.
Poor's investment advisory sur survey
vey survey thinks a further'rise is likely
in auto parts stocks, and mentions
such issues as Kelsey-Hayes, Ben Bendix
dix Bendix Aviation, Borg-Wamer, Dana
Corp., Eaton NIL, Electric Storage
Battery, Federal-Mogul Bower,
Gould-National, Libby-Owens-Ford
Glass, Raybestos Manhattan, and
Stewart-Warner.
Brooklyn Union Gas this year
probably will earn around $3.80 a
share, against $3.17 in 1958 with
a dividend boost likely, says
Green, Ellis and Anderson,

Vera Miles, Hubby
Have Separated.
HOLLYWOOD, June 4 (UPI)
Actress Vera Miles andber 'movie
Tarzan husband, GottiOn Scott,
have separated.
"Just chalk it up tq-ene of those
things," 'said Miss Meg when she
mak the announcement q a 8 t
nightoMMayle a 4trlakrsoparation
will do good." ti
She said She wee4itilhalding a
decision on whether SO file for a
divorce until she sees how the
trial separation works out. Scott
currently portrays Tarzan in films.
CRASH KILLS FOUR
LISBON, Portugal (UPI) A
twin-engine Portuguese air force
plane crashed in the Tagus River
estuary outside Lisbon today,
killing all four crewmen.

Four Hardened Crinlinais
Saw Way Out Of lojwa Pen

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FORT MADISON, Iowa MPI)
Four hardened convicts, led by a
pint-sized "ruffian" cop killer,
gawed their way out of the Iowa
State Penitentiary yesterday
while holding two guards captive
at kdife-point.
Almost 12 hours after t e
smoothly executed "blowout," a
woman reported seeing two of the
escapees, still clad in their prison
blues, dodge into a wooded area
near the town of Weyer, Iowa.
About 100 highway patrolmen,
sheriff's deputies and police from
five cities ringed the woods, locat located
ed located eight miles northwest of Fort,
Madison. After searching nearby
homes and farm buildings, the of officers
ficers officers staged a side-by-side search
of the 260-acre woods.
But the officers, walking only
six feet apart, completed the walk walkthrough
through walkthrough the triangle-shaped area
without turning up a trace of tile
two convicts.
No further search of the woods,
covered with dense undergrowth,
was planned. But authorities set
up a tight patrol of roads around
the area. They speculated the two
convieta were either still hiding
in the Woods or had managed to
slip through the 'ring of officers.
'It's a waiting game how,'" said
Highway Patrol Lt. C. G. Cole,
who directed the search.
The convicts broke out of their
various cells at 2:55 a.m.
using power saw blades they, had
probably stolen from the prison
machine shop as much as a year
before.
Cellhouse Capt. L. W. Smith
barely had time to press a warn warning
ing warning buzzer to the warden's office
before he and guard L. H. Pick Pickard
ard Pickard were overpowered on a ramp
outside the cells.
,The conVicts pressed knives to
the sides ot the guards and told
'them the would kill them if they
gave an alarm.
Smith' was forced to.: telephone
the warden's office and say he
had pressed the buzzer by mis mistake.
take. mistake. For the next both- and a
half, Smith bad to give a roving
guard regular signals that all was
well in the cell block.
Pickard was lashed to tite doors
of one of the cells, with ropes
around his neck, legs and hands.'
Other prisoners in the cellhduse
watched quietly, offering no assist assistance
ance assistance to the captive guards of the
busy esc a pees.

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'STOCK PRI(ES
NEW YORK, Jim 4 (UPDP
Stocks, today followed yesterday's
pattern by opening irregularly
higher -on moderate trading.
Electronics performed b otter
than other groups with gains run running
ning running to 1 14 pointa in Litton In-'
dustries and a point in Motorola.
ACF bd 501)
-Advocate Asbestos 290b
Allegheny Corp 11
Aluminium' Ltd,.. 31
Amer CYana Mid Sg14
Amer Motors 3712
Amer Tel and Tel '
Anaconda Copper 65
Arkansas Fuel 34
AVCO Mfg 1514
Beth Steel 5114
Bettinger Corp 11141)
Bicroft Uranium 80b
British Pet 7
Burroughs 3612
Canadian Eagle 1lb
celanese 391;it
Cerro de Pasco 4234
Chicago Great West 4gb
Chrysler 871,4
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel XD28
Creole Pet 5212
Crown Cork and Seal 33
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 7-18
Du Pont 25212
El Paso Natural Gael 3212
Fairchilil Engine 7
Fargo Oil 6
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics 5614
General Electric 81
General Motors 5112
General Plywood 23
Gulf Oil 115b
Harsco Steel 4012b
Hayden Newport 1714
Howe Sound 1914b
Imperial Oil 41114
Intl Pet 35
Montrose Chem 1412b
New Eng Tel end Tel XD17114
Northrop Air 3614
Olin Mathieson 51
Pan5pastal 378b
Pa n Israel
Phillips Pet 47
Pure .0i1 4214
, 67
Reynolds Metall 18;4
Itoyal Dutch Shell 4412
San licinto 3013
Servo Corp 29.
Shell Transp
Signet Oil and Oat 174
- Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand 2814''
Standard Oil NS 51r
Sterlinz Precision
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil nob
Texas Gulf Prods 31
Textron 2418
Underwood 27
United Cense Oil 1-16b
US Rubber 63b
US Steel. 9512
Westinghouse 'tie 91
Wheeling Steel 5641
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.,Working and efficiently,
the four convicts set to work
sawing their way through two
bars on a torridor window. They
finished the job at 3:95- sod then
tied up Smith.
All of the Raping convicts
were light, slim men. Their slight
builds enabled them to squeeze
through the narrow opening and
drop 10 feet to the ground outside
the prison walls.
The men ran along the base el
the- prison wall, keeping out of
tower guards' sight, and then
dashed up a ravine behind the
prison.
Smith worked himself free In
two minutes and gave the alarm.
The leader of ttie escapees ap appeared
peared appeared to' be Uoyd Woodson, 38,
a five-foot-five, 136-potuider from
Quincy, serving a life sen sentenee
tenee sentenee for the 1949 slaying of a
Keokuk, Iowa, policeman who
caught him trying to break into
a garage.
Warden John Z. Bennett' de described
scribed described Woodson as a "ruffian"
who was well acquainted with tho
Mississippi River, which flows past
this southeast Iowa Oity. Wood Woodson's
son's Woodson's river knowhow erompted
fears that ,.the men might have
found a boat' and escaped to the
Missouri side of the river.
Woodson's chief accomplice was
Albert Maxwell Boerger, 27, also
of Quincy, serving a 25-year term
for obbery with aggravation.
Boerger had another suceessfut
escape on his record from the
Allegheny County Worirbouse at
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bennett deseribed the two oth other
er other fugitives as "Ong punks" wile
"went along." They were Mutt
Girdler, 23, Peoria; and Rob Robert
ert Robert Jams, 25, of Fairfield and
Cedar Rapids. 4owa. Both were
lerving 10-year tbrms for breaking
and emtering.

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(UPI)Prince Norodom Sihanouk
of Cambodia returned home yes..
terday from Franca where he had
undergone a stomach' operation.
In a statement at the airport the
prince charged that "certain nit.)
tins, which he Aid not identify,
vmuld like to destroy Cambodia's,'
neutrality in the East-West strut ,AY
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USAF Doubts Discoverer 111,
Mice Passengers Made Orbit

such a failare.
Or it could be tumbling end
over end like the first Discov Discoverer
erer Discoverer did last April. The tum tumbling
bling tumbling motion prevents tiansmis tiansmission
sion tiansmission 'of vital data.
The Air Force aimed the 78-
' toot rocket to streak south from
here and enter a North-South
Polar orbit 200 to 500 miles from
the .earth. The rocket's second
stage was the 19-foot long, 1600-
pound Discoverer III satellite.
The slender white vehicle.be vehicle.began
gan vehicle.began lifting from its pad srow srowly
ly srowly at first as if oeing cautious
with its tiny charges. But it
quickly gathered speed, emit emitting
ting emitting a shattering roar as it
climbed on a long column of
yellow-orange, violet -tinted
flame.
Me rocket leaned slowly Into
a more horizontal path and
roae until it was visible only
as a bright ball of fire before
heading over the Pacific toward
the South Pole.
It originally had been set for
tiring two weeks ago, but was
thrice postponed by either tech technital
nital technital or weather reason.
It was the first American
attempt to put animals into
orbit. The Russians did it in
1951 with the dog "Laika" in
Sputnik It But they were un unable
able unable to conunand the capsule's
return.
AniMals have been recovered
from rockets shot high into

VANDERBERC AFEI, Calif., June 4 (UP IAir Force sources expresesd extreme pes pessimism
simism pessimism today about the fate of Discoverer III satellite and its four mice passengers.
"It is very, very doubtful that it went into orbit," said an officail.
To succeed, scientists had to aim the huge seven-story rocket at such a precise
angle that a two-degree error in any direction could have caused it to roar through the
skies like a "super-intercontinental ballistic missile," officials said.
If that happened, Discoverer III and its black mice burned up in the heavy earth
atmosphere like a blazing meteorite. It could have flown in excess of 6,000 miles before
disintegrating.
Two other possibilities exist-1 space but not from satellites. back alive. Better odds were
ed. Last week the United States given by crews of Air Force car carA
A carA "complete power failure" sent two monkeys to a height go planes ready to try to snatcb
could have blacked out all of of 300 miles in the nose of a the parachuting nose cone ae
the satellite's radio transmis- Jupiter missile and recovered it plunges back from space.
slow even if it were in orbit. them alive. The monkeys trav- Airmen would have had only
The breaking of several elec- eled a total distance of 1500 about 10 minutes to recapture
Weal couplings could cause miles, reaching a top speed of the capsule, "get it in the ball
such a failare. 10,000 miles an hour. park and we'll snag it," one
Or it could be tumbling end The specially bred mice rode commander said.
over end like the first Discov- in a 160-pound "life capsule" The "ballpark" was to have
erer did last April. The tum- with enough food and air for been a 50-by-200 mile area some
Wing motion prevents ttansmis- four days. 700 miles nortliwest of Hawaii.
Mon 'of vital data. Each wore a tiny "saddle" Eight C119 cargo planes were
The Air Force aimed the 78- containing instruments and a equipped to "home" on the pay payfoot
foot payfoot rocket to streak south from miniature transmitter to record load's radio signal and swoop
here and enter a North-South and send to earth such mouse under it with trapeze-like ap apPolar
Polar apPolar orbit 200 to 500 miles from data as heart action, pulse and paratus designed to snag the
the .earth. The rocket's second temperature. parachute.
state was the 19-foot long, 1600- The miceall two-month old The air-conditioned mouse
pound Discoverer III satellite. males-Lcame from a special package meamired 27-inches
The slender white vehicle.be- "happy healthy" breed. And ac- long and 33-inches in diame diamegan
gan diamegan lifting from its pad sfow- cording to William H. Godel, di- ter. It was sound-proof since
ly at first as if oeing cautious rector of policy and planning the terrific rocket noise could
with its tiny charges. But it for tne Advances Research Proj- kill the mice.
quickly gathered speed, emit- ects Agency, they "even look Their food stiPPlY, contained
ting a shattering roar as it haPPY." Eex was not a factor in two central troughs, was a
climbed on a long column of it: select'on. mixture of unsalted ground peayellow-orange,
violet -tinted Godel c&timattd on',!, ore nuts, orange juice, oat meal,
flame. chance in 700 of bringing them water and gelatin. They had nc

'Weather Or Not I

This weather report for the 24
hems ending 8 a. m. today b
prepared by the Meteorological
aftd Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 89 83
,Lew 76 75
HUMIDITY:
nigh ...... 93 95
Lew 64 90
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-13 NE-15
RAIN (inches) 0 1.18
WATER TEMP:
Onner harbors) n 84

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.33
Madden Dam 214.49

BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, JUNE 5
High
Thne Ht.
3:08 cm 13.9 ft.
3:13 p.m 14.8 ft.
Low
Time Ht.
9:16 cm 2.6 ft.
9:40 p.m 1.4 ft.

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Boys 13, Girls 8

The Memorial Day week-end was
a quiet one in the baby department
at Gorgas Hospital, only two babies
were born in the two-day period,
according to the hospital report.
Fifteen babies, four girls and 11
boys were born during the week
which ended Monday.
During this same period, 169 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 168 were
discharged.
Parents of the boys born on May
29 and 30 are Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Webb, and Mr. 'and Mrs. D. Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, of Panama.
The other boys were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Meliton Avila, of Gam Gamboa;
boa; Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Yohros. of
Panama; Sp.5 and Mrs. T. E. Har Harris,
ris, Harris, of Panama; Sp.4 and 'Mrs. P.
W. Phipps, of Panama; T-Sgt. and
Mrs. T. W. Kehoe, of Albrook; Mr.
and Mrs. J. 13.1toung, Jr., of Los
Rios; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Webb,
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. D. Gon Gonzalez,
zalez, Gonzalez, of Panama; Mr. and L. A.
Caddie, of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Wright III, of Panama, and
CWO apd Mrs. F. C. Klahn, of Ft.
Kobbe.
Daughters were born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Beeson, of Balboa; Lt.
and Mrs. G. L. Ellis, of Farfan:
Mr. and Mrs E. W. Belgrave, of
Panama, and Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Carter, of Panama.
Four girls and two boys were
born at Coco Solo Hospital during
the week which ended May 27, ac according
cording according to the hospital report. Dur During
ing During this same period, 54 patients
were admitted and 52 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. Parents of the girls are Mr. and
Mrs. Hartford Livingston, of Co Colon;
lon; Colon; Mr. and Mrs. George Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, of Colon; Mr. and Mrs.' Mar Marciano
ciano Marciano Batista ,of Colon; and Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Andrade, of Co Colon.
lon. Colon. The boys were born to Sp.4 and
Mrs. Horace Stevenson, of Gulick
Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Davis, of Rainbow City.

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back alive. Better odds were
given by crews of Air Force car cargo
go cargo planes ready to try to snatch
the parachuting nose cone as
it plunges back from space.
Airmen would have had only
about 10 minutes to recapture
the capsule, "get it in the ball
park and we'll snag it," one
commander said.
The "ballpark" was to have
been a 50-by-200 mile area some
700 miles northwest of Hawaii.
Eight C119 cargo planes were
equipped to "home" on the pay payload's
load's payload's radio signal and swoop
under it with trapeze-like ap apparatus
paratus apparatus designed to snag the
parachute.
The air-conditioned mouse
package measured 27-inches
long and 33-inches in diame diameter.
ter. diameter. It was sound-proof since
the terrific rocket noise could
kill the mice.
Their food supply, contained
in two central troughs, was a
mixture of unsalted ground pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, orange juice, oat meal,
water and gelatin. They had no
separate water supply since it
is impossible to drink in the
normal way while weightless in
space.
The Air Force said the mice
were unnamed on purpose.
"We didn't want to 'human 'humanize'
ize' 'humanize' them in any way," a spokes spokesman
man spokesman said. "It would just make
it worse for those people who
have tender feelings about these
things."
The tiny space pioneers al already
ready already have experienced the
"weightlessness" of space for
short periods of time during
training rides in jet planes.
They also were whirled in a
centrifuge under the pressure
of 50 Gs-50 times the force of
gravity and far more Lhan they
underwent in blasting off.

California Judge
To Probe Rooney's
Divorce In Mexico

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WASHINGTON, (UPI) The
Senate Rackets Committee today
heard the recorded voice of a
Chicago hoodlum offering a $.50,-
000 bribe to a deputy sheriff to
let him open a brothel and gain
"corner to corner' control of
gambling in Porter County, Ind.
The deputy, Harold D. Rayder
of Valparaiso, Ind., told the com committee
mittee committee he made the recording on
May 4 while talking in an automo automobile
bile automobile with Tom Morgano, Porter
County representative of the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago crime syndicate.
Morgan, holding a cigarette
between his teeth, listened to a
playback of the conversation in
the witness chair and then in invoked
voked invoked the Fifth Amendment to all
questions about it.
But Rayder testified that Mor Morgano
gano Morgano offered to go as high as
half a million dollars in payoffs
to county officials in order to get
a gambling and prostitution mo monopoly.
nopoly. monopoly. Witnesses testified yesterday that
former Lake County Prosecutor
Metrol Holovachka and other of officials
ficials officials helped enforce a pinball
gambling operation that netted
more than 12 million dollars in
five years. They said similar as assistance
sistance assistance was yendered to juke box
operators with Chicago milder milderworld
world milderworld ties.
Rayder identified Morgano as
the Porter County agent of the
Chicago mob headed by a m
Giancana. He said Morgan ob obtained
tained obtained a toehold in the county by
opening a pizza pie place on the
campus of Valparaiso University.
Rayder said the recording re related
lated related the last of several conver conversations
sations conversations he had with Morgan() who
had sounded him out on whether
he would help the syndicate move
into the county. Rayder said he
took office in January as part of
a clean-up slate.

Father Faces Trial
For NI Having Kids
Take Polio Shots

HOLLYWOOD, June. 4 (UPD Gamble said, "I'm tired of be-A
judge said today he would ing pushed around and told what
investigate the circumstances in
which Mickey Rooney quietlY life. I'm a poor man but I'm go goto
to goto do. It's been happening aIl my
divorced Elaine Mahnken and ing to fight this thing. If it means
married his fifth wife in Mex1- going to jail they tan get the cell
co five months before Miss ready.
Mahnken obtained a California Gamble, a laborer for tie Nash Nashdivorce.
divorce. Nashdivorce. ville Electric Service, refused to
Judge Orlando H. Rhodes,
who granted Miss Mahnken's let chool authorities immunize
the children against plio, although
decree May 18, said today he they have been immunized
wants to know why no one told against other diseases.
him about the Mexican proceed- Me county health department is
ing in which Rooney, 38, marri- prosecuting Gamble under a 1909
ed blonde starlet Barbara Tho Thomason,
mason, Thomason, 22. law. Violation is a misdemeanor.
Dr. John Lentz, city-county
"I was never informed of this health director, said this is the
during the hearing in mY first time in about 25 years the
court," said Rhodes, "and I in- law has been invoked in the coun counlend
lend counlend to look into It and do ty. The other time was in a cam camwhatever
whatever camwhatever my legal duties sail paign for vaccination against
for." smallpox and "we took the case
Miss Mahnken, 29, said she to court and won."
knew about Rooney's Mexican Gamble said, "I know all about
adventure when she went to these shots. There's a lot they
divorce court, but she declined sin't telling. A boy gets to be 16
to say why she kept mum about years old nOw and his blood is
it before Judge Rhodes. half medicine."
"I wish Mickey and Barbara "This polio isn't catching. I
all the happiness in the world," thind it's My decision. Why
she said, "but I don't consider should Dr. Lentz tell Me what to
Mickey's Mexican divorce valid do with my children IVhat kind
until my California decree be-lof a country is that It's uncon unconcomes
comes unconcomes final next ear;' stitutional. A man has his rights."

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (17P1)-- A
father of two indicted under a
Temessee law for falling to have
his children immunized with polio
shots vowed today he will fight
the charge "all the way to jail."
'rhe Davidson County grand
jury returned the indictment
Tuesday against Ben Gamble,
who allegedly ref sed to allow
his children, Elizabeth, 9, and
Arthur Ray, 14, to receive Salk
polio vaccine shots.
Gamble said, "I'm tired of be being
ing being pushed around and told what
to do. It's been happening all my
life. I'm a poor man but I'm go going
ing going to fight this thing. If it means
going to jail they ean get the tell
ready."
Gamble, a laborer for the Nash Nashville
ville Nashville Electric Service, refused to
let chool authorities immunize
the children against plio, although
they have been immunized
against other diseases.
The county heallh department is
prosecuting Gamble under a 1909
law. Violation is a misdemeanor.
Dr. John Lentz, city-county
health director, said this is the
first time in about 25 years the
law has been invoked in the coun county.
ty. county. The other time was a cam campaign
paign campaign for vaccination against
smallpox and "we took the case
to court and won."
Gamble said, "I know all about
these shots. There's a lot they
sin't telling. A boy gets to be 16
years old now and his blood is
half medicine."
"This polio isn't catching. I
thind it's My decision. Why
should Dr. Lentz tell Me what to
do with my children What kind

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Record Of Chicago Hoodlum's Bribe
To Indiana Lawman Heard In Court

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The dialogue included these
iighlights:
Morgan Every month you
,et an envelope and besides that
take care of you extra I
lotta look for a place. I want one
book right in Sth Avenue,
hat I can do...and one cat
ouse way down way down
from here...You -gonna protect
me and I'm gonna protect you...
You'll be Ile big wheel...
Rayder Yeah. Well things
look pretty good.
Morgan I don't want to use
that word "looks prett7 good.' I
want to know "this is it.'
Rayder see what we can
do.
Morgan We can make some
money. We'll make some real
money.

Eicessive Charges
Found In Confracts
For AF Planes "'

WASHINGTON (UPI) Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller General Joseph Campbell
said today his "w atchdo g"
agency has uncovered S30,800,000
in excessive costs used by manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in fixing prices for Air
force planes.
Campbell told Congress in a re report
port report that most cases of unreason unreasonably
ably unreasonably higPh prices on contracts and
subcontracts stemmed from faul faulty
ty faulty procedures by the Air Force
and its contractors. He summar summarized
ized summarized 14 cases his auditors had
studied during the past year.
Campbell, who keeps tabs on
government spending for Con Congress,
gress, Congress, said the Mr Force had
acted to improve its procedures.
But he called for further action
to strengthen controls over pric pricing
ing pricing of contracts and subcontracts.
Campbell's report was present presented
ed presented to a House Armed services
subcommittee headed by Rep. F.
Edward Hebert (DIAL), who said
it painted a "pretty sorry" pic picture.
ture. picture. The report showed that about 17
million dollars in excess costs on
One group of incentive-type con contracts
tracts contracts "either escaped attention
or was overlooked," according to
Hebert.

Ile said the extra cost to the
government "by reason of this
omission,; inefficiency, incompe incompetence,
tence, incompetence, or whatever you please to
call it, was $6,340,000."
The report said tile main weak weakness
ness weakness turned up in Air Force con control
trol control over prime contract prices
was the service's failure to re require
quire require that enough consideration
be given to cost data available at
the time prices were negotiated.
It accused both the air Force
and its prime contractors of the
same fault when it came to subcontracts.

Reception Sunday
To Honor Rabbi
For RIB Service

Rabbi Nathan Witkin, field rep representative
resentative representative of the National Jewish
Welfare Board and director of the
Balboa USO-JWB armed forces
center, will be honored by the
Jewish organizations of Panama at
a reception to be held Sunday at
Hotel El Panama Hilton.
The .occasion has been plamied
as a tribute to the 22 years of serv service
ice service by the rabbi as spiritual men:,
tor for the men of Jewish faith on
military duty in the Caribbean a area
rea area and at military missions of the
U.S. armed forces in South Ameri America.
ca. America. A native New Yorker, Rabbi Wit Witkin
kin Witkin is particularly noted for his
non-sectarian administration of the
Balboa JWB, whicli is a meeting
place for Jews and gentiles a alike.
like. alike. For several years, before
erecting their own church build buildinga,
inga, buildinga, two Christian groupsthe
Unitarians and the Mormonsheld
their meetings at the JWB.

Ailing Elvis Keeps
Inflamed Tonsils,
Army Doctors Say

FRANKFURT, June 1 (UPD
Elvis Presley, hospitalized
with tonsilitis, will not have to
undergo an dperation on the
throat which has made him a
rich man, an Army spokesman
said today.
'rhe loose-hipped rock re roll
singer was admitted to the 97th
General Hospital here yesterday
after rUnning a 102-degree fe fever.
ver. fever. Army physicians said that
Presley has an infection of the
throat in addition to inflamed
tonsils. The initial examinations
indicated his case was not Barl Barletta.
etta. Barletta. "He is undergOing treatment
for both ailments," said a
spokesman for the 3rd Armored'
Division in which Presley serves.
"The doctors have decided
Unit an operation is not neces necessary."
sary." necessary." He added, however, that if
Presley does not react favorably
to the treatment, the question
of removing his temsila will
have to be reconsidered.

Leon

Russians Showing Signs'
Of Giving In At -Genea

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GENEVA, June 4 (UPI) A high allied official said todaY
Russia has sho,wn signs it may be willing to give the western
powers a firm tuarantee of their continued rights in West Berlin.
Such a development would be the first major break In Jhe
East-West foreign ministers conference which was called because
of a Soviet demand that the Western allies get out of West Berlin.
The allied official reported the Soviet move only one day after
President Eisenhower told a press coVerence that the summit
meeting asked by the Soviets depended on such a gesture,)
The West already had presented a five-point program en, a
Berlin truce and was trying to push it through before Soviet
delaying tactics block csummit conference altogether.

The United States, Britain and
France offered yesterday to place
a ceiling on their 10,000-man troop
garrison in West Berlin if the Rus Russians
sians Russians would pecifically guarantee
allied rights in that isolated city.
U.S. officials said the offer was
one of three major points con contained
tained contained in a western memorandum
handed to Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko by the three West Western
ern Western foreign ministers at a 212-hour
secret session at the villa of U.S.
Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter.

The Western memorandum also:
Proposed the reaction of a Big
Four commission, plus German
representatives from East and
West Berlin, to hear and try to
handle complaints from either side
concerning propaganda activities,
subversive operations, kidnapings
and similar "irritations" that raise
tension in the former German cap capital.
ital. capital. Insisted that the present rights

11-Mile Sea limit
To Be Discussed
By navy Captain

Capt. Luis V. Castro, U.S. Navy,
will address a meeting of Society
of American Military Engineers
Monday night in Fern Room at
Tivoli Guest House. The subiect of
his speech will be "The Twelve
Mile Limit Its Disadvantages."
Castro, a veteran of 18 years na naval
val naval service, is the Navy Legal Of Officer
ficer Officer for the Fifteenth Naval Dis District.
trict. District. He has been on duty in the
Canal Zone for the past year.
Castro, born and reared in San
Juan, Puerto Rico, received his law
degree from the University of
Puerto Rico in 1935, graduating
second in his class. Since then he
has carved out a distinguished ca career
reer career both in private and military
law.

In IN varied career as a Navy
legal specialist Castro's duties
have included intelligence officer.
liaison officer to the Republic of
Mexico, and chairman of a court courtmartial
martial courtmartial board of review in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. He organized and was
the first Director of the Office of
the Judge Advocate General. West
Coast, hi San Francisco, Calif.
The Monday night meeting will
be the regular dinner-business
meeting of the local post of the So Society
ciety Society of American Military Engi Engineers.
neers. Engineers. A social hour starts at 6
p.m. with the dinner and meeting
starting at 7. Guests are invited.

!

QUICK-CHANGEJacqueline
Bauer takes a brief break be-,'
tween showing dresses in Paris.'
A quick-change artist of the
fashion world, she can show 30
dreues in 212 hours by herself.

1 LITTLeg LIZA

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0" r Nemo
Money doesn't mean success,
but most women would marry a
failure if he hod a million dollars.

of the Western powers and their
right of access to the Communist Communistencircled
encircled Communistencircled city be guaranteed under
a formula by which none of the Big'
Four would take any unilateral ac action
tion action altering present arrangements.
High U. S. officials emphatically
denied reports, credited,to'British
and French circles, that the West Western
ern Western Allies might consider. a. reduc reduction
tion reduction of their troops strength in Ber Berlin
lin Berlin as a price for a Russian guar guarantee
antee guarantee of their present status.
American officials said Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's memorandum, or "aide-memoire,"
wds one of several the
Russians and Americans have ex exchanged
changed exchanged in ar effort to find some
way of achieving an "interim"
deal on Berlin that would justify
holding a summit conference.,

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WASHINGTON, (UPI) The The dialogue included these
GENEVA, June 4 (UPI) A high allied official said today' li: :,:.
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- ,-, VANDERBERD AFB, Calif., June 4 (UPIAir Force sources expresesd extreme pes- Senate Rackets Committee today iighlights:
-1.; heard the recorded voice of a Morgan Every month you Powers a firm tuarantee of their continued rights in West Berlin.' ( ;1.,:,1: :', ,..: ,''t -5, :'t,, 1
" t simism today about the fate of Discoverer III satellite and its four mice passengers.
' '-' Chicago hoodlum offering a $50,- .et an envelope and besides that $04.1' , :: t I
Such a development would' be the first major break In ,the t: I i:eitre.-,:'.4 ., '': :A 6
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"It is very, very doubtful that it went into orbit," said an officail. 000 bribe to a deputy sheriff to take care of you extra ... I East.West foreign ministers conference which was called because -e: I:' i,:ez..:: :, -,,. i ,.;10
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control of iig book right in sth Avenue, The allied official reported the Soviet move onl one day after ''' ''''''''''"1":"-: :'s '-'
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angle that a two-degroe error in any direct ion could have caused it to roar through the gambling in Porter CountY4 Ind. lat I Can doand one cat President Eisenhower told a press coeference that the summit r: i 4c,..,:14!:eit
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of Valparaiso, Ind., told the com- from here...You -gonna protect The West already had presented a five-point program. on-at efi'i'1i:,''',,..4.-". 1'0' ,) --ee ,'
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May 4 while talking in an autonio- You'll be the big wheel... delaying tactics block csummit conference altogether. - 14J,:i7"!)':::,:,e':e: i:N , ,f
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, ', e'dTw. 0 other possibilities exist-e space but not from satellites. back alive. Better odds were Morgan, holding a cigarette -"Iel',:!!,- t
,; Last week the United States given by crews of Air Force car- between his teeth, listened to a
thgelse iv8 hiat; garrison in West Berlin if the Rus- a formula by which none of the Big: :''' 41, ''',.;,,,,e : ei::; .) 6 o
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could have blacked out all of of 300 miles in the nose of a the parachuting nose cone as the witness chair and then m mMorgan
Morgan mMorgan We can make some mg present arrangements. -1...e: :: 4:'2' '
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amc'olnneeyy; We'll make some real High U. S. officials emphatically, ::, ::::!'iezee::::::: : :'':''':':-::: : 1, ;
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Mons even if it were in orbit. them alive. The monkeys tray- Airmen would have had only questions about it.
voked the Fifth Amendment to all
U.S. officials said the.offer was denied reports:, credited,to'British ri I r:V,3;,,ZHin; : E;-', .. ,:;- '
i ii l The breaking of several elec- eled a total distance of 1600 about 10 minutes te recapture But Rayder testified that Mor- one of three major points con- and Frenchmeicirgirhpctrleeessoe,nOnstidasettrath.tuaes.
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Or it could be tumbling end The specially bred mice rode commander said.
over end like the first Discov- in a gano offered to go as high as mu
park and we'll snag it," one half a million dollars in payoffs
to county officials in order to get
160-pound "life capsule" The "ballpark" was to have a gambling and prostitution ma- e
Excessive Charges tearinnefdoreinigna mwiensitsetren:::427:::: earn: eAe
handed to Soviet Foreign Minister tion of their troops strength in Ber- tten,.,;.;eg: '''" .;.' ',':. ''' ;'"
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Andrei Gromyko by the three West- lin as a price for a Russian guar.; 4.41.t.13:i':''' ' "t' '''':'''''''-' ''''
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Secretary of State Christian A. day's memorandum, or' "aide-me- 1.,,e:tesew."-......t. ''',:4-:;- '' a
' i, bling motion prevents tiansmis- four days.
''''I Mon 'of vital data.
6 9 Each wore a tiny "saddle" Eight C119 cargo planes were ound In Confracts Herter. moire," we; one of several the 1:110::!i-eettA:'-.--;' e l'o-'
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,. ,, The Air Force aimed the 78- containing instruments and a equipped to "home" on the pay- Witnesses testified yesterday that F
former Lake County Prosecutor
' toot rocket to streak south from miniature transmitter to record load's radio signal and swooP Metrol Holovachka and other of- For AF Planes .i.e- Russians and Americaps have ex- '74,,t'.-:'7.e'''''''''Z .,,-... -,,,,e. lt
The Western memorandum also: changed in ar effort to find some
''';' .. here and enter a North-South and send to earth such mouse under it with trapeze-like ap- flews -Proposed the reaction of a Big way of achieving an "interim"
helped enforce a pinball
;' 4 Polar orbit 200 to 500 miles from data as heart action, pulse and paratus designed to snag the gambling operation that netted Four commission, plus German deal on Berlin that would justify
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all two-month old The air-conditioned mouse
meastired 27-inches more than 12 million dollars in
five years. They said similar as assistance
sistance assistance was rendered to juke box troller General Joseph Campbell West Berlin, to hear and try to
said today his "w a t c h d o g" handle complaints from either side , ,, ---- - ,
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Comp. representatives from East and holding a summit conference.,
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' The slender white vehicle.be- "happy healthy" breed. And ac- long and 33-inches in diame- agency has uncovered 530,800,000 concerning propaganda activities,
world ties. in excessive costs used by menu. subversive operations, kidnapings T
gan lifting from its pad slow- cording to William H. Gude!, di- ter. It was sound-proof since operators with Chicago ender ender::
:: ender:: i ly at first as if oeing cautious rector of policy and planning the terrific rocket noise could Rayder identified Morgano as
force planes.
lecturers in fixing prices for Air and similar "irritations" that raise
with its tiny charges. But it for tne Advances Research Proj- kill the mice. tension in the former German cap cap,,
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quickly gathered speed, emit- ects Agency, they "even look Their food supply, contained Chicago mob headed by 5 a m Campbell told Congress in a, re. ital. 0
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, ting a shattering roar as it haPPY." Eex was not a factcr in two central troughs, was a Giancana. He said Morgan ob. port that most cases of unreason- -Insisted that the present rights
ably high prices on contracts and C tN DAL RELEAS E
. climbed on a long column of ea selecnon. mixture of unsalted ground pea- D
tained a toehold in the county by
subcontracts stemmed from faulyellow-orange,
violet t i n t e d Godel calmattd any one nuts, orange juice, oat meal,
I it opening a pizza pie place on the
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chance in 700 of bringin them water and gelatin. They had no cam us of Val araiso University. A
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and its contractors. He summer- Shows: 12:50 2:38 0.75 ----- 0.40
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lated the last of several conver- ized 14 cases his auditors had
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studied during the past year.
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as a bright ball of fire before space. sations he had with Morgan() who
had sounded him out on whether
he would help the syndicate move government spending for Con ConCampbell,
Campbell, ConCampbell, who keeps tabs on
, beading over the Pacific toward The Air Force said the mice
gress, said the Mr Force had ,1,:,:eyett,
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acted to improve its procedures. ,
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ize them in any way," a spokes- twki office in January as part of
a c ean-up slate. But he called for further action i rtliAls,,, i ( I .,-.,,,:44,0,ir,i.,00,,,,e,atte,
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meeting or the local post of the So- d'i',.' toek, .1,1.,eii, 4' 6,.'t..-
'4 1 Onner harbors) n 84 Mr and Mrs E. W. Belgrave, of him about the Mexican proceed- The county health department is to Honor Rabbi
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ed blonde starlet Barbara Tho- law. Violation is a misdemeanor. or JWB Service ih
p.m. with the dinner and meeting! ii. OP '4' A.,,V,N a
Four girls and two boys were mason, 22. Dr. John Lentz, city-county
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Welfare Board and director of the 1406,.'ft .4,4., Aq 1 1 6 littltp IN '':1 0
, Madden Dam 214.49 ing this same period, 54 patients 'tend to look into it and do ty. The other time wa's in a eam
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Miss Mahnken, 29, said she to court and won." Jewish organizations of Panama at :A,, '' ' ' '''"'' '' -WC) lkis,.......
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5 Parents of the girls are Mr. and knew about Rooney's Mexican Gamble said, "I know all about a recention to be held Sunday at qiiifk ,P '' 'Z '
Mrs. Hartford Livingston, of Co- adventure when she went to these shots. There's a lot they Hotel El Panama Hilton. ,An .,1111b1. ti';, ..-- .4.......
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f. High Ion; Mr. and Mrs. George Doug- divorce court, but she declined sin,t telling. A boy gets to be 16 The .occasion has been planned :54 ;:f-st, 1 .--.V,:,:,.: ----- 1.
i ', Time Ht. Iaa, of Colon; Mr. and Mrs.' Mar- to say why she kept mum about years old now and his blood is as a tribute to the 22 years of serv- :IA, ,,, !::,.,.'4.r.f .. ettk' .,N:s .i),'
: 3:02 a.m 13.9 ft. ciano Batista ,of Colon; and Mr. It before Judge Rhodes. half medicine," ice by the rabbi as spiritual men:. : :0;''' ........'.: 77, i 04.
. 3:13 p.m 14.8 ft. and Mrs. Simon Andrade, of Co- "I wish MickeY and Barbara "This polio isn't catching. I tor for the men of Jewish faith on .1', ,s, l :!:: ,... .;.:""Alrnr",,.:',
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Ion all the happiness in the world," thind it's My decision. Why military duty in the Caribbean a- itiMi. '...,,t.:::":01:::.. ji.,'' k.;
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fat r , e ook d, according to Canal Zone for the past year. or a ,1 , ,,
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Cahlornla Judge shots vowed today he will fight Castro, born and reared in San
He said the extra cost to the Juan, Puerto Rico, received his laws t
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1 1 Webb, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Gon- the charge "all the way to jail." government "by reason of this degree from the 11,niversity of
zalez, of Panama. 'rhe Davidson County grand omission,' inefficiency, incompe Puerto Rico in 1935, graduating r i
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i This weather report for the 24 jury returne tenee, or whatever you please to second in his class. Since then he j...,,,NN
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i endln 8 a. m. toda b ere born to Mr. To Probe Roonev s
knurl 8 Y The other boys w Y
Tuesda against Ben Gamble, cell it, was $6,340,000." has carved out a distinguished ea- ,-
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, prepared by the Meteorological and Mrs. Meliton Avila, of Gam- who allegedly r e f s e d to allow The report said the main'we k k
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a reer both in private and military
e and Hydrographic Branch of the boa; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Yohros, of Divorce In Mexico his children, Eliz,abeth, 9, and ness turned up in Air Force con con1
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Panami Canal Company: Panama; Sp.5 and Mrs. T. E. Har- Arthur Ray, 14, to reeeive Salk trol over prime contract mices
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, i t Balboa Cristobal ris, of Panama; Sp.4 and Mrs. P. polio vaccine shots. was the service's failure to re- In hls varied career as a Navy i
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: W. Phipps, of Panama; T-Sgt. and HOLLYWOOD, June. 4 (UPI) Gamble said, 41'in tired 1)f rat quire. that enough consideration
, legal specialist Castro's duties 1 ,
I TEMPERATURE: Mrs. T. W. Kehoe, of Albrook; Mr. A judge said today he would ing pushed around and. told w be given to cost data available at ,
have included intelligence officer.
i High 89 83 and Mrs. J. P.'Young, Jr., of Los investigate the circumstances in II my th
to do. It's been happening e time prices were negotiated. liaison officer to the Republic of rd 'AS 4
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ILele 76 75 Rios; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Webb, which Mickey Rooney quietlY life. I'm a poor man but 1 m go- It accused both the air Force Mexico, and chairman of a court
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. D. Gon- divorced Elaine Mahnken and jog to fight this thing. If it means and its prime eontractors of the
HUMIDITY: zalez, of Panama; Mr. and L. A. married his fifth wife in Mexi- going to jail they tan get the tell same fault when it came to sub
martial board of review in Wash- ,--
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, CWO and Mrs. F. C. Klahn, of Ft. the Judge Advocate General. West I I It 1.1
WIND: divorce. ville Electric Service, refused to Reception Sunday
(max. mph) NW-13 NE-13 Kobbe. Judge Orlando H. Rhodes, let chool authorities immunize Coast, in San Francisco, Calif. Liza Li bU
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