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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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02940

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dropped anchor Sat Satng
ng Satng on the 1959 Navy
y drive, richer by $5,-
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.d prizes.
raised by the drive
t years campaign, it
d by Navy Cdr.Charles
311, drive chairman.
's top officer in the
Rear Adm. Lewis S.
;ed the campaign a
;s. In a talk on UN
aturday evening be beAwing,
Awing, beAwing, he thanked all
ontributed to the drive.
s capacity as Cam Camthe
the Camthe 15th Naval Dis Disesident
esident Disesident of the local
he Navy Relief Socie Societhe
the Societhe first prize. a 1959
an. was Gerard -Grey.;
civilian employe. Prob
-kiest man on the Isth Isthter
ter Isthter held 200 tickets
d 'won in an office rat ratof
of ratof three children, he
Irks supervisor for the
Corr.munications Sta Stazn
zn Stazn actor.
,rize, an a u toma tic
?ro vent to D. B. Rob Robneon,
neon, Robneon, and the third
-ng machine, to Mrs.
s of Balboa Heights.
;25. savings bonds were
t Edward T. Cruthikl
a yton, Rodman Navy
ploye I. Bokn. Mrs. B.
'boa. Navy Chief Steve
Rodman and Mrs. C.
Locos's'.

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OAS Members e
Hear RP invasion
Report On Friday

WASHINGTON, June 11(UP1)
The 21 American republics a agreed
greed agreed today to mot Friday to
hear a full report on the short shortlivid
livid shortlivid invasion of Panama last
April.
The wort was drafted by a
four nation committae which
made an on-the-spot investigation
of the rebel invasion and later
helped arrange the surrender of
the 81-man group.

RP Jurist
Flays DA DA01(s
01(s DA01(s Appeal

Fifth Circuit Court Judge A Abelardo
belardo Abelardo A. Herrera today cri criticized
ticized criticized District Attorney Dario
Sandoval for appealing a ver verdict
dict verdict on a treason indictment
requested by the latter, but lie liecided
cided liecided to grant the appeal.
Sandoval had requested that
former Panamanian diplotnat
Dr. Roberto Arias, student lead leader
er leader Andres Cantillo, Ruben?Miro
and Ciltillermt0 Gonzalez,tulleg Gonzalez,tullegedly
edly Gonzalez,tullegedly iraplicated Ike $rutrat $rutratrutitkl411400niAtAd10
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4Ittarlie,
tnediately appealed' OA
last week after lierrerl tutu tutued
ed tutued downvIthe request, A
Today Herrera said he niain niaintains
tains niaintains the poSition outli.ted in
his ruling against the treason
indictment, 134 '6011Id 11,110w,the
appeal, which TIOW goes to ffie
Second Superior Tribunal for
judgment.
In today's opinion, Herrera
lamented the fact that Sando Sandoval's
val's Sandoval's refusal to aocept his rul ruling
ing ruling retarded the progress of the
case and maintains the "probably-unjust"
detention of sev several
eral several people. In addition, he said,
it caused grave harm to those
persons whose release has been
already ordered.
In last week's ruling, Herre Herrera
ra Herrera had ordered the release of
American James N. Flynn, stu student
dent student leaders Bias Bloise Calde Calderon
ron Calderon and Humberto Brugiatti,
and two others. However, San Sandoval's
doval's Sandoval's immediate appeal has
held up their release also until
there is a final judgment on
Herrera's ruling.
Bruglatti and Calderon end ended
ed ended a four-day hunger strike
today at the request of their
lawyer Rodrigo Molina who
acted upon recommendatron
of Attorney General Hermo Hermogenes
genes Hermogenes de la Rosa.
On the other hand, 15 Cu Cubans
bans Cubans who are being held in Co Colon
lon Colon jail in connection with the
April invasion by a 92-member
band, today entered the third
day of a hunger strike today in
an atteznpt to gain their re release.
lease. release. The group of 89 Cubans who
surrendered at Nombre de Dios
on May 1, have been distribtit distribtited
ed distribtited among the different jails in
the Republic. In addition to
those at Colon, some are being
held at Old Panama, others at
Penonome, David and at other
jails in the Interior.

Passengers Saved

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI) Fire Firemen
men Firemen were credited today with
saving 12 persons from an air airliner
liner airliner that caught fire as it landed
at Hancock Field last night.'
The fire fighters helped passen passengers,
gers, passengers, crew members climb down
from the flaming plane. The land landing
ing landing gear of the two-engine East Eastern
ern Eastern airliner apparently buckled as
the plane settled doivn on a flight
from Washington.

Liberace

.

LONDON, June SWPDAmer SWPDAmerlean
lean SWPDAmerlean entertainer Liberace today
sued the mass-circulation Daily
Mirror and columnist Bill Connor
for calling him, among other
things, "the biggest sentimental
vomit of all time."
The 40-year old pianist was in
court today when his lawyer, Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Beyfus, started his case for
damages.
Beyfus read passages from the
articles in question which appeared
under Connor's nom-de-plume of
"Cassandra" in the Daily Mirror

COLON POLICE CHIEF HONORPD Mal. Pastor Ramos Jr.,
stands on the' left side of the Atlantic aide's well-knc6vn
cho,Ramos" plaque facing Gov. W. E. Potter following a special
'ctrenionr in ,which Rottex, presented...VW-MOOS with. a ce.rtifio,
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't11-01(ta:vatoupi aented:A0AultkOotkurtaiiiv. clan ,,,,f140 j',bei, Colt,;Zix; wild. Aqtrarchtly: are 1,411artirreath
panel-a-the populated arers to go into hid hid;
; hid; tiontd'Guards durtnea;junchecut,:Or high4onfrend
ing, He declared that they ore
coUrt, government arid oltee' officials last Friday. Others in
the,picture fromleft are Capt. E. S. ShipleY, Cristbal District being pursued by 30 members of
Police Commander; Lt. R. J. Helmerichs, Senior Detective, Cris- the National Guard who have ord ordtbal;
tbal; ordtbal; Capt. Alfredo Rethn, Assistant Commandant of the Co- ers to try to take them alive.
ln National Guard; T. L. Sellers, president of the Clistbal- A group or 30 prominent busi busiMargarita
Margarita busiMargarita Civic Council; Capt. Gaddis Wall, acting chier of the nessmen and financiers have pre preCanal
Canal preCanal Zone Police. ,.t.,, ,t, -, i tented a petition to the Central A A?,
?, A?, ,-. ,-,.. I -,,,, .,..,- mericen diplomatics hele to seek

Girl In Hospital,
Following Hotel,

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A young Dominican Republic trelman,
girl is in Santo Tomas Hospital sem frorn,),
with a broken thigh today after along 4th or.1
an early Sunday morning fracas of' the hot hotat
at hotat the Roosevelt Hotel that has The poL,
given rise 'to conflicting stories. vestigators
An 18-year-old American soldier, tenttpt ,p
Pfc. Marvin L. Swenness, who and that ,oilL(r.,
was with the girl when the inci- aftei,
dent occurred, is being held by By this tinie
Panamanian police on an unde- thorities
termined charge. despite report,,
The girl, Hilda Pollack, has. hotel manaer-1
charged that the soldier.pushed or trf.to the Ik0k,k
threw her from the balcony of her SWItineSto
Roosevelt Hotel room, one floor after tho
above ground level facing 4th of injured belle,
July Avenie. to floe anti ,tvi
The chargos wort made from na ma Guardsi
hor hospital bad to a roportor was rushod h
of a morning tabloid. Representativ
Military police authorities, hoW- owned by, Frei
ever, reported today that the girl Panama, could
alleged Swenness had tried to comment.
steal her purse while visiting in Swenness,
her room. Her first statement re- coin, Mich.,
portedly gave the amount in her Clayton with tb
purse as $65, later changed to $35, lice Company.
but authorities said a later search No official
of the room disclosed only $2. been placed a
According to a preliminary mill milltary
tary milltary investigation, Swenner alleges C
irst Farr
he first met the girl at the Roose- I
velt Hotel bar. Later, according to
his statement, he was in the first SEOUL (UPI
floor room which he had rented, dependent fam
with the girl. An argument took servicemen sta'
place. rea arrived in
Swennoss further alleged that The wife of
at this point tho girl grabbed Handford, senh
his wallet, and in attompting to in the Korean
recover it, ho struggiod with Group, and th
her. arrived from
At this point, according to the 'wife of Air Fol
soldier, she ran to the balcony,i Clark and thel
climbed part way over the edge, 'rived from Alt
and he followed, attempting to
prevent her jumping or falling. About 100 de

4aments Londoner's Lurid

on Sept. 28, 1958 and OcU 18, 1956,
shortly after Liberace had arrived
in Britain for a stage tour.
"He is the summit of sexthe
pinnacle of masculine, feminine
and neuter, everything that he,
she or it can ever want,"' one col column
umn column said. "I spoke to sad but
kindly men on this newspaper who
have met every celebrity arriving
from the U.S. for the past 30 years.
"They all say that this, deadly,
winking, minoring, snuggling,
chrom lu stont-1 m prog prognoted,
noted, prognoted, luminous, quivoring, gig.

ad Id

1,1 del, 5 a formula .tor peace between the
ea01 I 11 II government and the oPposition.

t
trolman, V 1 s the balcony
scene from, i 4 p trol car parked
alOng 4th or.1 'y pposite the side
of tho hot- '. i'l
The poL 1 dold military in investigators
vestigators investigators saw the soldier at attenipt
tenipt attenipt tO ,p ,,ept the girl's fall,
la
and that olL(;:, r drop he leaped
after, heri.A'N,.. A
By this tints time Guard au authorities
thorities authorities A,ha(4 hien called and,
despite repor.-el teluctance of the
hotel manaer- lent, had gained en entrf.
trf. entrf. to the lok,ked: room.
SWennoss, Who, said ha !sapid
after the phi 'to help her if she
iniurod tarsal made no attempt
to floe and !Itt s arrosted by Pa Panama
nama Panama Guards on whit tho sirl
was rushast to,i Santo Tomas.
Representativis of, the hotel,
owned by, Francisco Borrocal of
Panama, could Irt bo.,Seached for
41
comment. ;, A, t'.,,,,.-)
Swenness, wholo,kome i in Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Mich. is,,,Stationed Fort
y
Clayton with tbs tb,itilitaky Po Police
lice Police Company. .01 11,, t.:,,i,l,
No official eh rgel liavckyet
been placed ag ,nst 41111'4 il ,...w
' -I. 1' 1' 0.
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velt Hotel bar. Later, according to :;440,4,
his statement, he was in the first SEOUL (UM TN) first twd
floor room which he had rented, dependent families of American
with the girl. An argument took servicemen station0 in South' KO1
place. rea arrived in Sen yesterday.tw
Swonnoss further alleged that The wife of COL 1 Thomas-4i
at this point nut girl grabbed Handford, senior logisties,adviseS
his wallat, and in attimpting to in the Korean Military Assistance
recover it, he struggled with Group, and their thtee childr
bor. arrived from Arling n,
At this point, according to the 'wife of Air Force Leo GOr2)
soldier, she ran to 'the balcony, i Clark and their tyo bath's, Or4
climbed part way over the cage, 'rived from Albugtorqueso,N.Itol.d
and he followed, attempting to o
prevent her jumping or falling. About 100 depennent groups, ar
Part of this story, military au. expected to arrilio,,,liere 1110110
thorities said, is confirmed by Inear future undellrsocentiv,lin.
statement of a Balboa radio pa- nounced regulation 0

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Managua Firing
Done By Drunks,
Guard Insists

MANAGUA, June 8 (UPDSev (UPDSeveral
eral (UPDSeveral shots were heard early yes yesterday
terday yesterday around the presidential pa palace,
lace, palace, but the National Guard said
the shots were fired by a group,
of "drunks who were celebrating"
and was not an attack on the pa
lace.
President Luis Somoza was said
to have been inside he palace
when the incident occured, but no
one was injured.
One source said, however, that
palace guards. on the alert for the
any possible attempt on the life of
President Somoza, fired their au automatic
tomatic automatic rifles and killed one of
the attackers.
Gen. Anastasio Somoza, chief of
the armed forces and brother of
the President, said police captur captured
ed captured four or five men and there
were no casualties.
Gen. Somoza said the invaders
who arrived here by plane last
week have lost interest in the
campaign and are disbanding.
"It's no more than a :police
action," the general said in an
interview, adding that the invad
ors are reluctant to engage gOV
eminent troops in battle in the
Santo Tomas region. He said
only 13 residents of the region
had joined up with the ',volution ',volution&ries.
&ries. ',volution&ries. He said the rebels on the Ola Olama
ma Olama front have divideit themselves
Ant041411,4ronpi,,Of lour ror. five

Venezuela Seeks
Withdrawal From
OAS Over Crisis

CARACAS, Venezuela, June 8
Villalba, head of the
Republican Democratic Union Par Party,
ty, Party, said today he would move to
have Venezuela withdraw from the
Organization of American States if
the OAS intervenes in Nicaragua in
favor of the Somoza government.
In an interview with United Press
International, Villalba said, "If the
OAS intervenes in Nicaragua to as assist
sist assist dictator Somoza it will result
in a popular movement the length
and breadth of Venezuela in pro protest."
test." protest." The Venezuelan Chamber of
Deputies last night approved a mo motion
tion motion of "solidarity with the Nicara Nicaraguan
guan Nicaraguan peonle in their fight for lib liberty."
erty." liberty." The Chamber also recom recommended
mended recommended that the Venezuelan Envoy
to the OAS vote to consider the
Nicaraguan situation essentially
domestic and thus out of OAS juris juris'diction
'diction juris'diction Villalba is a member of the
; Chamber of Deputies.

uteu Pia ceu !agIV4nbi, :1174 .3 Painter Falls
First FarnillosAtriq'From Scaffold

At Kobbe Club
iA Panamanian painter, Rafael
tricini, fell from a scaffold at the
Fort, Kpbbe Non-Commissioned Of Officer"
ficer" Officer" FClub shortly after 9 a.m.
this mOrning and apparently suf suffered
fered suffered back injuries.
Criett was taken at once to the
Fort Kobbe Dispensary and then
by Army ambulance to Santo To TomittHospital
mittHospital TomittHospital in Panama. H? is
ewomploye of the Tropical Paint
Co.."working painting buildings un under
der under Army contract.
Records indicate that Cricini,
who tO 43, lives in Old Panama.

tlJah Lawyer

Luria Lingartnro gn Lawyer
.,,,,,t,,, ;I, ,,,,,
sling, frult-flaiered,,,H, ealrwinfte Ids br ther (George). ," Beyfus
ice-covarad heap of mether,lave read, ,,t
has had the biggest, recirltillo" ,The4:Milwaukee-born entertainer
and impact ow Lewdest ,sinett nodded his head when Beyfus de deCharlie
Charlie deCharlie Chap lip etrived at thW scribed the columns to Judge Cyril
same station (Witteree) in r. Salmod and the jury of ten men
tombar 12, 1921.t-i, Nrti,-'4. t Itorid two women.
f.
"This apoalhil tae, area The lawyers said they comprised
with emetic langitaget that, elut OW as 4ltious and violent an attack
ly make grown nista I, 100g 'bit 11 0 0 plaintiff as can well be imag imagquiet
quiet imagquiet corner, an aspidletra, a held- inert. written as you probably will
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with emetic langteget Abet WI Mt' as "yitious and violent an attack
ly make grown Men 1, 100g let 11 0 0 plaintiff as can well be imag imagquiet
quiet imagquiet corner, an alpidfftri, Whited- ined written as you probably will
kerchief and the old), beret : bo.';think by as vicious and violent a
I
Without doubt he it lb biggest sell.' writer as has ever seen the pro protimental
timental protimental vomit o al time. slob- 4ession of journalism in the city of
bering over his mdthe winking St Leedot."

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Seeks To Boos
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WASHINGTON, June 8 President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower asked Congress today to increase the interest rates
on federal savings bonds, abolish the interest restriction
on Treasury securities and to boost the national debt
ceiling.
In a special message to Congress, Eisenhower said
the three steps are needed to safeguard the publie::,
credit."
He asked:
That the interest on saving bonds be hiked from'
3.26 percent to 3.75 percent.
That the 414 percent interest rate limit on new is-''
sues of marketable Treasury bonds be eliminated.
That the legal national debt ceiling be increaecq
to $288 billion on 'a permanent basis and to $295
temporarily. Under present law, the permanent debt
is $283 billion; the temporary ceiling due to expire hat'
30 is $288 billions.

The President said "these In Increases
creases Increases are essential to the orderly
and prudent conduct of the finan financial
cial financial operations of the governmerit"
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In Drainage Ditch
lit Fort Davis

A 42 year old soldier was
found dead in a drainitge ditch
in the Fort Davis golf eourse
about 9:15 yesterday 'morning
He was a specialist fourth class
assigned to Battery B; 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery at
Davis.
The body was removed to the
Gorges Hospital mortuarv and
the deceased's Dame being
withheld pending notification
to next of kin in the United
Sta les.
Military Police and Canal
Zone Police were called into the
case and at present investiga investigation
tion investigation is being continued by the
Military Police. Funeral ar arrangements
rangements arrangements will be anhounced
when instructiens are received
from the man's family.
Death appeared to be from
natural cases. The body was
found lying face down at the
bottom of the concrete storm
drainage ditch about 412 to 5
feet deep. There was about sev seven
en seven inches of swiftly running
water in the ditch and the face
was covered by water. There
were indications that the water
had receded from a higher level
during the night.
The man was tully clothed in
civilian attire, and was on au authorized
thorized authorized pass.

Compulers Help
Uncle Sam Calch
Income Tax Evaders

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., June
8(UPI)Internal Revenue Com-1
missioner Dana Latham said today
Uncle Sam is catching more in income
come income tax evaders thanks to elec electronic
tronic electronic computers.
He described as an "astounding
accomplishment" the growth in the
number of tax returns checked by
these machines from a million
when they were installed in 1955 to
a record 47 million this year.
Next year 80 million tax returns
will be processed by the electronic
computers. he told the aouthern
Oates conference of certified pub publie
lie publie accountants.
The machines, he said, permit permitted
ted permitted the revenue service to prepare
4 billion dolliirs in tax refunds by
the end of May, only six weeks
after the filing deadline.
"In addition," Latham said, "the
new .eauloment enhances t h e
service's ability to identify per persons
sons persons who fail to report all of their
;penme
The commivsioner said the ma-hinec
have heen installe4 at Oe.-
-Pen. Utah, KInsas City. Mo.. and
Lawrence, Mass.. to meet the
"ennsi antiv increasing avalanche
paper work."

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6 Killed In Paris
A5 Rival Moslems::: :
Battle In Streets

Police Protect
Israeli Minister
During Chile Tour

eveii though government revenues
are expected to cover expenditures
in the 1980 Fiscal Year beginping
July 1,
Lk.111, asking Pongrest- tot abolish the
Interhst 'ceiling on, Treatiry James,
bei,'sald this "artificial teiling"1.,
Makes' it "virtually impossible,te
sell bonds in the' competiffre
ket." t P ON
The Presideht said enactment by
Congress of his three proposalkle
essential to sound conduct of the
government's financial affairs.
"It will contribute significantly
te the Trestury's ability tetde the:
best possible lob in the managei,
merit of the public debt." i
The increase in the interest rat
on series E and H savings bonds
will bolster "habits of thrift
throughout the nation," his melt.,
sage said.
He said the higher rate should bit
applied to bonds -sold on or after
June 1.
Eisenhower also asked Congress
for "an improved interest rate" on
all series E and H, bonds now out outstanding
standing outstanding and continued to be held,
hut did not specify now muchlfrius
increase he sought.

PARIS, June 8 RIPI)--,Rival
Moslem gunmen shot it out this
weekend in the streets of' ratio
and the final toll today will lbs
worst for any 48-hour streteh
since the Algerian War begani,
Police listed six Moslems kill
ed. Five more persons were in injured.
jured. injured. Four of them Were
French bystanders who stopped
wild bullets.
.
Three big Moslem gunbattIfil
erupted inside the city during
the past two days. The...Iglu
die-line daily "Paris-Journal:I
which says this city might; be
nicknamed "Chicago on -theSeine,"
called it "Paris4:red
weekend."
The clashes were between rt.
val Algerian underground ON
ganizations. One was the 4141;
tional Liberation Front (r1401
the other the Algerian National
Movement (MNA1. They:ari
said to feud over the right -to
levy "taxes" from the 308,0C,
Moslems in the Paris Area.

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SANTIAGO, Chile, June 8---(UP111 :
Chilean police provided a specisil
guard for Israeli Foreign moisteV,
Mrs. Go Ida Meir last night aftell
she received anonymous telephone t
calls threatening her life.
Police and Israeli officials re- 4
fused to disclose any details of the .'
threats.
Mrs Meir arrived earlier todit r,
from Uruguay in the course of her 0 .4
South American tour. She visited
President Jorge Alessandri, Perna,.
ment and the Supreme Court, eli
tonight attended a banquet give;
hy the Foreign Ministry.

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PANAMA AMERICAN

t TOMAHAWK HAIRCUT
ai Sir:
I It seems to me that we parents are at the mercy of present-day
hairstylers when we send our sons out to get shorn.
I am sure you or whoever answers this letter will say that it's
p, u to the parents to be able to control what type of hairdo our sons
0 get. But believe me, it is a difficult task.
Today I gave my boy an ultimatum. Get your hair cut or you
iwill be restricted for one week indoors. This came after ten days of
pleading, cajoling and threatening him that the time had come for a
,I. haircut.
He just walked in today, or at least someone resembling my son
1 vaguelybut looking more like a Mohawk Indian walked in, all smiles.
4 Big joke. He claimed I said he c mild get it cut short, so he did. The
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fact that he has what they call a "Tomahawk" haircut bothers him
not one whit. It's short, and cool. real cool ...
What I started laying, was please couldn't we appeal to the Bar Bar11,,,b,,bets.'
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teltain from giving the boys what they want?
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expressed in letters from readers.

-THE PAAIL BOX

WHAT PRICE PROGRESS?
Sir:
The Mail Box has been carrying several letters harping on who
shops where on the Zone. I can see why the prices at the Pan Canal
commissary should be higher than the Army's, but why should one
Army commissary or post exchange be higher than another?
This strange difference really hit home when I made my first vis visit
it visit to Fort Clayton's recently-opened beautiful new post exchange. It
has everything from a laundromat to a fancy beauty parlor for the
gals. The store is a real joy to shop in.
But I wonder if the GIs who buy their cigarets there enjoy the
fancy fixtures. They should, since they're helping to pay for them. A
carton of regular US-made cigarets is priced at 35 cents more than
the same thing at the commissary at Corozal.
As an authorized dependent, I can buy the cigarets for my family
ilt the same time I shop for eggs and hamburger. But the single GI,
the guy who really needs to save the pennies, has no right to enter the
grocery store. He has to buy his cigarets at the post exchange. He
ean also get at the Clayton store a wide assortment of snacks and
goodies to tide him over if the evening chow is particularly bad. For
these, too, be pays a little more.
Obviously the prices have been hiked to pay for the cost of the
new store. Probably also to pay the clerks who work on Sunday.
Wouldn't GIJoe s mother back in Podunk, Iowa, be a little both bothered
ered bothered to hear that her low-salaried corporal son is charged extra for
his tooth paste in order to pay the tabs for fixtures t make the beau beauty
ty beauty shop more comfortable for the colonel's lady?
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THE AMAZING PONDEROSA PINEThis 5-year-old pine
tree should only be knee-high for its age (dotted line), but
E. L. Kolbe has developed it into a "supertree" of 12 feet
near his Portland, Ore., home. The tree is a hybrid, a ponderosa
crossed with a California Jeffrey pine. It typifies efforts of
geneticists to create faster-growing better-quality trees. Kolbe
rhief forester for Western Pine Association.

HOSE WOESFireman Eddie Hunt wrestles witb a ram rambunctious
bunctious rambunctious fire hose in Dallas. The hose broke during a
three-alarm fire. A broken, flailing, high-pmsure hose is
dangerous to handle but Hunt managed to tame this one.

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Labor News
And
Comments

This means that American pro
ducers are paying more than that
for in addition to the straight
wage there are the fine fringe be benefits
nefits benefits pensions, private unem unemployment
ployment unemployment insurance, hospitaliza hospitalization,
tion, hospitalization, vacations, special holidays
pay and a shorter-work week. The
40-hour week in Europe is as rare
as a fine kosher knockwurst al
Maxim's in Paris.
To get some basis for the Eu Europeans'
ropeans' Europeans' wage advantage over us,
look at the metal-workers union
pay there. The foreign workers
are usually lumped into a iint
steel and auto labor outfit. here
are figures available for the steel
and metal workers for '57the best
statistics we have. This is lor
the whole wage package, not just
in lire, francs, or makrsperhour:
In England the average factory
wage runs very little more than
$34 to $35 a week. In France,
the pay is 96 cents an hour. In:
Italy it's 81 cents, the lowest in
Europe. In West Germany, 81 01.
In the Netherlands, 89 cents an
hour. In the Saar, $1.10. In Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, $1.08. In Luxemburg $128.
And watch out for Japan they
pay 46 cents an hour to their me.
tat workers.
Now compare this with the aver average
age average pay package of $3.00 an hour
of the U.S. Auto Workers arm the
$3.21 per hour of the U.S. Steel Steelworkes.
workes. Steelworkes. Obviously this foreign
competition is tough to beat. Es Especially
pecially Especially now that our European
friends have rebuilt what was
destroyed and renlaced what the
Russians dismantled. In the first
quarter of '59, the U.S. imported,
'more autos and steel than ever'
before in reeent history.
Reuther is going to Berlin to
meet with leaders of the Interna International
tional International Confederation of Free Tradel
Unions on June. 27. He'll urge
them to launch a drive in Europe
to increase the Day of their meta
and auto workerssoon. If there
is going to be competition, let it
not be the U.S. against a foreign
starvation wage.

Ity VICTOR RIESE RIESEWalter
Walter RIESEWalter Reuther is about to
launch a new drive a blobs,
campaign. Not from Detroit. From
Berlin. Not against American au auto
to auto makers but against foreign car
producers who seem to be winning
the greatest chariot race since Ben
Hur.
The red head and all his col colleagues
leagues colleagues in thE United Auto U Union's
nion's Union's high command are woir.ed
by what the inexpensive little Eu European
ropean European chariots are doing to the
American market. The auto uaion
chiefs spent much of their time
the other day in their Detroit na national
tional national headquarters discussing tne
umpact of the European invaalon
of the S. auto field.
The Foreign producers now have
cut into some 10 percent of the
market. That means the loss of
tens of thousands of auto moon moonists'
ists' moonists' jobs.
ypical is a still nameless Brit British
ish British auto a four passenger se sedan
dan sedan and a two passenger cuupe
which will bit the North Amer American
ican American market in the fall. It its
being billed as "the world's most
advanced small car."
This car will have body sections
which can be removed for repair repairIt
It repairIt will need greasing only every
10,000 miles instead of the ap approximak
proximak approximak 2,000 miles for U.S. cars
It will be introduced first in Lana Lanada
da Lanada for under $2,000.
Reuther and tne others in the
UAW executive board session last
week did some figuring. They not noted
ed noted that since 1954 the Euroyean
exporters have sold an increAsing
number of these little wagons
mostly the German Volkswagen.
In '54 My 35,500 foreign cars were
sold here. In '58, this ran upto
a total of 430,800or about ten
percent of American cars sold in
the U.S.A.
Me union's leaders were told by
their researchers that these little
European low gas monsters will
total almost 750,000 sales in this
country this year.
This means the Europans, who
love to think of us as those ungly
Americans, will take almost a bil billion
lion billion of our desirable dollars.
The Europeans cut so heavily
into our market and into the
bread and butter of our auto
workers and the profits of our au auto
to auto companies by paying what
in America would be considered
starvation wages. Reuther has told
his people that the American wage
is three times higher than the best
European pay.

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The Italian governmeni
showed no interest in the Work
of inventor GuglielmoderA,
cord, who believed that Ilse',
tromagnetic waves could Carrg
messages and in 1895 sue.,
ceeded in sending signals foil
one mile. In 1896, he took out
the first patent for wirelest,
telegraphy in England. Altau
his English domorultrations thel
Italian government i n at t d
Marconi to return.
Zneyelopodia

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TITE PANAMA AM:RICAN AN 1NDEPTNDENT DAILY lawspArra

"Listen to the Phony Moans When
We Don't Go Down

To be very rudely blunt about
about it, I did not care very much
for a piece of bootlicking public
relations that somebody told At Attorney
torney Attorney General William Rogers to
make the other day when he be besought
sought besought forgiveness from a few
thousand Japanese (72,000) who
got uprooted from their West
Coast diggings and shucked into
concentration camps just after
Pearl Harbor.
That we called them relocation
centers and didn't make lamp lampshades
shades lampshades out of anybody made them
nonetheless concentration camps.
Speaking in the name of the U United
nited United States Government, Rogers
said that a program to restore ci citizenship
tizenship citizenship to about 6000 Nisei
(Americans of Japanese anew!.
try) who had renounced their ci citizenship
tizenship citizenship as a gesture el anger
(naturally, after Japan lost the
war) was "an attempt to make
up for a mistake our nation made''
toward I group of its citizens.
And assistant limey general
George C. Dud) krd the Nisei
"would have the eh tie ta forgive

their government."

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I hope to, too. B t I hope 'nr,1
government will be ch a lot of
us to recall the neonvenience
not to mention de th, torture,
and brutality, that Jays cats catsed
ed catsed a great many, per all ever
the world.
t
People who were alight in Ma Malaya
laya Malaya and Singapore, and who died
in death marches a d under the
clubbed butts of gun'. None of
our impounded Nisek suffered
overmuch.
Everybody is so proile to fall in
love with Germans and Japanese
these days that I innat painfully
reconstruct a few facts.
The Japs attacked Pearl Har Harbor
bor Harbor on December, li 1941. We did
not attack Japan on Decembet 1,
1941. j.
We engaged in batttle with the
Germans for quitill spell, after
having been tmofficially at' war
with them for somO time. This war
took a good few year. out of the
'lives of many millions of us, and
lit took more than a good few
lives away from rany millions of
us.
,,,
As I recall, Hiller's chosen pet).
ple exterminated about six mil million
lion million Jews. Thic apart from folks
that merely v got bombed to
death in London. sunk at sea, or
mangled at Remagen.
Now.as 1 recall this my me memory
mory memory is not clear. as I was trying
to lean' bow te be a nova! ensign
at the time, with small success
these here hos were roaring
around about the Philloinne4 and
in the Solomons, and Hawaii was
a mess. ,.
California Was pretty rinse to
the Pacific Theater. which was
wrong of come. sine,. accor-liol
to Congrea,lonal thinking, CAL
fonts Atinkt have bacn Ityted in
Like Tric' for safclv's sPice.
It
8 But ther se a thr,tt o' actual
attack on tie Pacific moiolacd.
and a ma s nitmed Milton El Elsenhowav,,
senhowav,, Elsenhowav,, Ifisd ft', troevst,
wag delotill0 fin riTrov. tome
Jana 'from, Aretecic reit t AP
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AIRMAN A NIRO
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wat IMO It, she shinanose
YesteMds, ss 4 Ilern wl,rogo. ontek
thinking ouni:ett tho h"roloo home
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tamp, vut op(fp,i,ed tmleirt
briced telt, hPt. sh tTe
received a kitstion for his efforts.

Bootlicking
By BOB RUARK

might rouse the beast in your
cook-boy or gardener.
I remember this rather clearly
as I went along to interview him
about the time his brother was
being named No. 1 in Europe, and
just before they gave me my sail sailor
or sailor suit.
We interned these people since,
after we were at war and until
"Suzie Wong" and "Flover
Drum Song" came along, Orien Orientals
tals Orientals had a decided faculty for re remaining
maining remaining Orientals in heart and
head.
This was considerably before
Japan was discovered to be a gal gallant
lant gallant ally which did not attack
Pearl Harbor at all.
This los a time of the great
double-etoss when old Kurusu was
conning Roosevelt while the Japs
hit Hong Kong, Malaya, Gugam,
the Philippines and Pearl Harbor
all in one great smack. And Ja Japan
pan Japan had recently signed a nonag

gression pact with the Russians.
I have a great many Australian
friends who lived through Jap
internment, and they ain't quite
right, yet, those that lived.
I don't think our indignant Nisei
had much to complain of in their
internment. I saw some Occiden Occidental
tal Occidental skeletons, barely alive, coming
out of various occupied portions of
the East when the Japs started
losing their conquered ground.
They weren't very pretty.
Me, and I speak for about 14 mil million
lion million service people and their fa families,
milies, families, I do not acknowledge that
our nation "made a mistake." nor
do seek a plugged ,yen's worth
of forgiveness for anything we -did
toward security in 1942.
The troops the U.S. sent to Attu
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the public to realize the danger
from fallout. And at the conclu.
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WASIEINGTON Word lin suss a tter ask ask,
, ask, out to the nation's steelworkers to big -him point-blank 4 he had ;
the end of this morith. All that Indiana universitr, nOted authority
be ready to walk off the job at vented professor H. j. mullee,dil
remains is formal latification of on radioactive fallout, from read-1,
a strike by the union's wage. po-. int a paper en this subject at Ge.
licy committee. neva in 1955. ,- :,-- :
At least one Wildcat strike has "When Dr. Muller appeared at
already been reported by Jones the Geneva sessions.", Senator MAU
oThr :Dire tmakmeediPaarttelyin bethleordeilethilleaki- na'session,
and Laughlin, though the news nuson wrote, "be wee invited te
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wChaiscaligeoptp?autnt owfathei impkg3tipeedraf.
afternoon until the union persuad- was advised that hi could, not.
ed the workers to go back to their speak... Dr. afuller's papett Inas
jobs. withdrawn.
Meanwhile, White House aides "Since Dr. Muller had plittlisk plittliskhave
have plittliskhave advised the steel compardes ed an article...differing from the
that President Eisenhower won't official position of the Atomic En.
intervene in the strike unless the ergy Commission, thers is ,some
national security is threatened. ground for inference that the corn.
This suits the steel tycoons who mission, there is 'rime ground for
have stockpiled enough steei to inexpression of such a contrary
last three to four months. view.
BRASS HAT LOBBYISTS "I tvish you would advise the
Congressman Alfred Santangelo,. Foilimittee what,' if any, part you
in this matter," concluded concludedwho
who concludedwho represents part of the teem- Va
axnuson.
ing island of Manhattan, has in- n a press conference fellow.
troduced an amendment to the De- I
tense Appropriations Act which ..11:11,,, sansoring ef Dr. Muder
neva, Strauss had said he
could save the taxpayers a tot of
accepted full respensibility.'Eut
money. The Democratic Congress- in answering Magnuson's recent
man wants to bar defense con con.
. con. letter, the would-be Socretery of
tracts Jo any company which is commerce wrote: "1 have no
employing I retired general or ad- records et the Atentk twine
miral who has been out of the Commission
service for lesf.than five years. ,,
d oteStrauss was one of Ikele
The Congressman figures that
when a retired admiral or gener- a! ,Ifisers who urged him to reverse
al Stcvenson's proposal for I
al goes back to the Pentagon ,to ADI
suspension of 11-Bomb testing, if
talk to his former subordinates, Russia would agree. Eisenhower
he has a favorite position in win- A.,
.i so,. and denounced Stevenson,
ning billion-dollar contracts. And
ut is now negotiating with Rue Ruewith
with Ruewith most big defense contracts D
let on a noncompetitive, tot-plus- Ma for exactly what was propos proposed
ed proposed hi' Oetober 1956.
basis, there is more favoritism in
the Pentagon than in Tammany ..
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Hall.
The list of retired ArmY, Air Democratic catididates for .ntw
sident are giving each other,the,
Force and naval officers working
for big corporations reads almost after you Alphonse treatment,
like the membership of the Arniy- Though Sen. HubertHumphrey of
Navy Club. It will be interesting Minnesota, is.one of the top tarns
to see what the budget-balancing experts in the nation, he bower& to
administration does about Con- Stuart Symington of Missouri when'
gressman Santangelo's a m e n d- it came to investigating, the Agri.
culture Department. He let Sm.
ment.
NoteOn the Senate Side, DI- ington become chairman. S a i d
nois' Democratic Sen. Paul Doug- Symington: "I'm certainly honor.
ed to have Hubert sit on my 'corn.'
las has demanded a list of all re remittee."...Rugged
mittee."...Rugged remittee."...Rugged Sen. Mike Mon.
tired officers who work for the
100 biggest defense contractors. roney of Oklahoma. speaking on
He points out that 95 per cent of the Soviet economic challenge in'
defense contracts are awarded Washington, got a miestion 'tom
without competitive bidding. many the floor on an entirely different:
subject.
of the military men who hand out
It read: "Will Govern& Edmon..
these multimillion-dollar contracts
son of Oklahoma run against Sen.'
later go to work for the companies
Bob Kerr in 1960?" Replied Mon.,
they favored. roney: "I have enough trouble fig.
UNANSWERED LETTER uring out who la going to run a.;
There's a very important, relit- gainst me." Senator Kerr is very
tively unanswered letter tucked a- touchy on the subject of handsome,
way in the voluminous Senate governor Edmonson almost as
hearings on Admiral Strauss. It touchy as he is on the retort that
hasn't made headlines and won't. he pulls tax chestnuts out of the
But its subject will bring worry Senate fire for Secretary of the

out to the nation s steel ers to ing him point-blank 4 he h d
a pre pre.
. pre.
be ready to walk off the job at vented professor H. J. kinder tof'
the end of this morith. All that Indians universitY, nOted authority 1
remains is formal latiliClitiOn of on radioactive fallout, from read-1
a strike by the union's wage po-. int a paper ctn. this subject at Ge-
licy committee. neva in 1955. :.... :
At least one Wildcat strike has "When Dr. Muller appeared at :
already been reported by Joon the Geneva sessions.", Senator MeV
oThr alike itmakmeediPaarttelyia bethleordeilethilleaki- na'session,
and Laughlin, though the news nuson wrote. "he was invited te
hut,'
wCha
iscaltgeoptploautnt owfathei impkg3tipeedraf.
afternoon until the union persuad- was advised that hi could, Not'
ed the workers to go back to their sPeak... Dr. hfuller's paper was
jobs. withdrawn.
Meanwhile, White House aides "Since Dr. Muller had peolisk peoliskhave
have peoliskhave advised the steel compatdes ed an article...differing from the
that President Eisenhower won't official position of the Atomic En.
intervene in the strike unless the ergy Commission, thers is mime
national security is threatened. ground for inference that the eons.
This suits the steel tycoons who mission, there is mime ground f
have stockpiled enough steei to inexpression of such a at
contrary
last three to four months. view. . .....
BRASS HAT LOBBYISTS "I wish you would advise the
Congressman Alfred Santangelo, Foilimittee what,' if any, part you
in this matter," concluded concludedwho
who concludedwho represents part of the teem- Va
apuson.
ing island of Manhattan, has in- n a press conference fellow.
troduced an amendment to the De- I
tense Appropriations Act which ..11:11,,, sansoring ef Or. Milder
neva, Strauss had said he
could save the taxpayers a tot of
accepted full respensibility.' But
money. The Democratic Congress- in answering Magnuson's roceot
man wants to bar defense con con.
. con. letter, the would Se r
-he c tory ef
tracts Jo any company which is commerce wrote: "1 have no
employing I retired general or ad- records et the Atemk twine
miral who has been out of the Commission
service for lesf.than five years. -,
d oteStrauss was one of Ikela
The Congressman figures that
& ?isers who urged him to reverse
when a retired admiral or deller- lai Stcvenson's proposal for I
al goes back to the Pentagon ,to AD
suspension of 11-Bomb testing, it
talk to his former subordinates. Rua la would agree. Eisenhower
he has a favorite position in win A., s
.1 so,. and denounced Stevenson,
ning billion-dollar contracts. And
ut is now negotiating with Rue.
with most big defense contracts D
let on a noncompetitive, test-plus- Ma for exactly what was propos proposed
ed proposed in' Oetober 1956.
basis, there is more favoritism in
the Pentagon than in Tammany
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Hall.
The list of retired ArmY, Air Democratic candidates for litsw
Force and naval officers working sident are giving each other, the,
for big corporations reads almost after you Alphonse treatment.
like the membership of the Arniy- Though Sen. HubertHumphrey of
Navy Club. It will be interesting Minnesotb, is.one of the top tarns
to see what the budget-balancing experts in the nation, he boweo to
administration does about Con- Stuart Symington of Missouri whet
gressman Santangelo's a m e n d- it came to investigating, the Agrii
culture Department. He let Sm.
ment.
NoteOn the Senate Side, 1111- ington become chairman. S a i d
cois' Democratic Sen. Paul Doug- Symington: "I'm certainly honor.
ed to have Hubert sit on my 'cont.'
las has demanded a list of all re retired
tired retired officers who work for the mittee."...Rugged Sen. Mike Mon.
100 biggest defense contractors. roney of Oklahoma. speaking on
He points out that 95 per cent of the Soviet economic challenge in'
defense contracts are awarded Washingion, got a miestion 'tom
without competitive bidding. many the floor on an entirely different:
subject.
of the military men who hand out
It read: "Will Governer Edmen..
these multimillion-dollar contracts
son of Oklahoma run against Sen.'
later go to work for the companies
Bob Kerr in 1960?" Replied Mon.,
they favored. roney: "I have enough trouble fig.
UNANSWERED LETTER uring out who le going to run a.;
There's a very important, rela- gainst me." Senator Kerr is very
tively unanswered letter tucked a- touchy on the subject of handsome,
way in the voluminous Senate governor Edmonson almost as
hearings on Admiral Strauss. It touchy as he is on the retort that
hasn't made headlines and won't. he pulls tax chestnuts out of the
But its subject will bring worry Senate fire for Secretary of the
to every mother. For it concerns Treasury Bob Anderson,- who has

been awfully nice to-KerrCre(lit
Sol Hurok with bringing the Bol Bolshol
shol Bolshol Ballet to the USA. Hurok has
been working on, COUTO exchange
between the USA and the USSR
for vears,..Ed Reid, potent sec-,
retary of the Alabama League of
Municipalities, is helping round up
southern delegates for Jack Ken-
nedy.

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FORT GULICK Last month the vehicle,shown above arrived in no
about 40 feet. 'The-automotive section of the U.S. Army Caribbean
togethr by the Latin AMirican-students of the wheeled vehicle and
the school. Froth left 'aie Lt. -Victor Manuel Gonzalez L. of Costa
Ferrer of Puert Rico; Lt. Gerard -G. Gourgues of Haiti and Lt. Luis

House Armed Services Chairman Will
Make Inquiries On Defense Contracts

WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair Chairman
man Chairman Carl Vinson of the House
Armed Services Committee or ordered
dered ordered an immediate go-ahead
yesterday. for an inquiry into the
hiring of- retired military officials
by firms seeking defense contracts.
The Georgia Democrat took the
step on the heels of an almost
successful drive: -in the House
today le prohibit the award
of defense, vontTacts to businesses
employing former,high-ranking.officers.
, There has been growing concern
: in. Congress 4vero the' liumber
such officers'taking jobs in defenSe
industry. Nagging the lawmakers
is the question of whether mili military
tary military officials handling contracts
might favor their former col colleagues.
leagues. colleagues. Fears also have been voiced
that an officer might be tempted
to be overly-friendly toward a firm
t which might be in a position to
offer him a Joh when he leaves
service.
The drive to deny defense con contracts
tracts contracts to firms employing retired
military officers was led by Rep.
Alfred E. Santangelo (D-N.Y.)
who sought to tack it on as an
, amendment to the $38,848,39,000
military money bill.
The measure was passed 392-1
and sent to the Senate minus the
' controversial amendment. But the
proposal attracted surprising sup support.
port. support. It failed by only one vote,
131-130, on a tentative standing
vote and was defeated 147-125 on
a final showdown.
One of the main arguments ad advanced
vanced advanced against it was that a
House armed service subcommit
tee planned to took into the matter.

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MAGAZINE SEIZED

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The subcommittee chairman,
Rep. F. Edward Hebert (D-La.),
disclosed yesterday that Vinson
had telephoned him this morning
and .'instructed me to hold hear-,
ings as quickly es possible on this
subject" with the aim of drafting
any necessary legislation.
Hebert said the hearings would
be ,public and would cover the
hiring of civilian employes of the
armed forces as well as retired
officers by defense contractors.

PARIS (UPI) Police yester yesterday
day yesterday confiscated the current issue
of the extreme right-wing weekly
Young Nation which has been bit bitterly
terly bitterly critical of President Charles
de Gaulle's Algerian policies.
No official reason was offered
for the seizure, which came on
the eve of the National Assembly
debate on Algeria. The weekly in
the past accused de Gaulle of
planning to grant political conces concessions
sions concessions to the Algerian nationalist
rebels.

DIECAN OROTEST
TOKYO (UPI) A Buddhist
priest on a peace crusade slashed
his throat yesterday in front of
the prime minister's residence.
The priest, Hideo Kobayashi, 42,
died hi a hospital a short time
later. A native of atom-bombed
Hiroshima, he participated in re recent
cent recent protest demonstrations
against use of nuclear weapons
and rearmament.

TIIE ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL being pinned on Lt. Col.
Arthur W. Dodson, operations officer in the office of the Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean Command assistant chief of staff, .1-3, by Lt. Gen.
Ridge ly Gaither, commander in chief Caribbean, was present presented
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps James A. Farley can iHum iHuminate
inate iHuminate that troublesome question of
religion in politics which has be become
come become timely again because Sen.
John F. Kennedy is a Catholic.
For those who came in very
late: Jim Farley was campaign
manager of Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's 1932 and 1936 electoral tri triumphs.
umphs. triumphs. Farley balked at a third
term. When FDR was nominated
in 1940 for the third time, Farley
refused to manage his campaign
again.
Farley in .1940 wee, himself a
candidate for the Democratic
presidential nomination in token
opposition to term No. 3. He
would have settled happily for
second place on a ticket headed
either by John N. Garner of Tex Texas
as Texas or the late Cordell Hull of Tennessee.

In his book, "Jim Farley's
Story, the Roosevelt Years," Far Farley
ley Farley develops the devious story of
FDR's third term nomination. It
was a political nonesuch properly
counted as the best planned and
organized spontaneous draft in
the history of U.S. politics. The
third termers feared the Farley's
candidacy might wreck the plan.
Perhaps even FDR feared that.
Parley relates Chet he as
summoned by Ca dinal Mun Mundelein
delein Mundelein of Chicago, and met with
him on July 12, 1939, in New
York. Me Cardinal had a major
purpose, to persuade Farley to
support FDR's third nominatlen
and election. Farley wrote this:
"James," the eardinal studied
me earnestly, "you have always
been most frank with me, so that
I feel entirely free in broaching
a most confidential matter to you.
It is my sincere feeling that a
Roman Catholic could not be
elected President of the United
States at this time or for many
years to come. I hope, therefore,
that you will do nothing to in involve
volve involve the Catholics of the coun country
try country in another debacle such as
we experienced in 1928 (when Al Alfred
fred Alfred E. Smith of New York got
the Democratic nomination)."
Farley's respons,e was that he
did not feel free to discuss FDR's
third term possibilities because
"I do not think you are the propb
er person" with whom to discuss
them. Cardin a I Mundelein ex expressed
pressed expressed absolute confidence that
FDR would seek a third tem.

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Jim Farley's Book Casts
Light On Religious Issue

Farley thought not, although he
could not be sure.
"James," Mundelein Insisted
"I do not believe a Catholic could
win."

Farley repliedt 'A great many
persons, among them the voice
president (Garner). senators, rep representatives,
resentatives, representatives, and party leaders
feel differently. Men who know
something about politics. Condi Conditions
tions Conditions are not the same as they
were 10 or 11 years ago.
"When Smith ran,-114 Demo.
cratic Party was not in power;
Smith was in the front of the fight
for repeal of the prohibition law;
the countr y was prosperous;
Smith's choice of (John J.) Ras Raskob,
kob, Raskob, a Republican, for national
chairman was an affront to old
line Democrats; Smith's conduct
of the campaign was anything
but skillful and diplomatic; it was
doubtful that any Democrat could
have been elected in that year,
and the religious issue should not
be blamed alone for Smith's de defeat.
feat. defeat. On the other side of the pic picture,
ture, picture, there is no reason to believe
that the Democratic Party will
not win in 1940."

That is Farley's ottmate of
how the religious issue weighed
in the 1928 contest between Smith
and Herbert Hoover. There should
be some comfort for Kennedy in
that estimate. It seems to cut VE.,
issue of religion in politics down
to sise.

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Annousscesnent is made hore today of the ontagomont of Miss
Idilk London, daughtor of Mrs. Fannie Londewof,Eilver Sothis, MA.,
endlas let Hyman London, to Herbert Kassol, son of Mt end Mrs.
Nathan Kassol of Baltimore, Md.
Miss London resiclod in tho Canal Zono from June 1956 to July
1951104She was omployed in the Office of the Enginooring and Con
strifftion Director and later as 00000 tary to the Health Diroctor.
A Septomberiredding is planned.

Rabbi Witkin Fetsci Choir Entertains
At Rocoption Sunday At Coco Solo Ha
Jewish congregations and orga- Members of ti
nizations of Panama- and the Canal of Fort Gulick
Zone hosted a reception Sunday m day tor patient!
honor of Rabbi Nathan Witkin, di- pital.
rector of tne USO-JWB, in appre- The group, ur
elation of his outstanding service of Ivan Thorpe,
to the community. det, Celis

:The event was held in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Room of the Panama Hilton
Hotel. More tnan 300 well-wishers
called between five and seven. An
inscribed silver plaque was pre
eented to Rabbi Witkin.
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4HOSting the reception were the
reception were the Panama and
Colon chapter.i otIrnal B'rith, Be Beneficencia
neficencia Beneficencia Israellta, Cullural
Center Israelita, Young Zionists,
Albert Einstein School, Kal Ka Kadosh
dosh Kadosh Yanakob, Rol Shearith Israel
and its Sisterhood, Shevet Ahim
and its Sisterhood, Israel Group of
Colon, Zionist Organization of
Panama, WIZO and the Young
WIZO.

Birth Announcament
Mr. and Mrs. Winter O. Hope,
formerly of the Canal Zone, now
Of 4066 Cherokee Street, San Die Diego,
go, Diego, announce the birth of their
daughter, Marla Jean, on June 5.
Mrs. Hope is the former Mice
Hardwick. Both she and her hus husband
band husband attended Canal Zone schools.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Oval E. Hardwick of
Ilion, Panama. Mr. and Mrs. and
Mrs. Winter A. Hope of Gamboa.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa WOMIIIV$ Club
'The Charity Card Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will meet
'Phupday at 12:30 at the Fort
AMisclor Officers' 'Open Mess. Re Restrvilions
strvilions Restrvilions should be made by
mon -.Wednesday with one of the
thsdsses. Mrs. Lois Van Horn,
Balboa 3308; Mrs. Sara Rowley,
Balboa 3674; Mrs. Ruth Boudrois,
Gamboa 342: or Mrs. Mary Rup Rupple,
ple, Rupple, Balboa 4353.

BABY SHAMPOO
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At Coco Solo Hospital
Members of the Catholic Choir
of Fort Gulick entertained Thurs Thursday
day Thursday tor patients at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. The group, under the direction
of Ivan Thorpe, included Cida Ca
det, Mira Celis, Mary Surgeon,
Rita Cohen, Lloyd Edwards, Al Albert
bert Albert Dogue, Al Belvoir, Dennis
McBride.

Asilo do la Infancia
Coffoo Tomorrow
The Asilo de la Infancia com committee
mittee committee of the Inter-American Wo Women's
men's Women's Club will meet for coffee to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 9:30 at the
home of Mrs. Ernest Lamina.
Fiftieth Street in Panama. Offic Officers
ers Officers for the coming term will be
elected.

Clayton NCO Wives
Elect New Officers
New officers were elected at the
monthly business meeting of the
Clayton NCO Wives Cluh, held in
the ballroom of the NCO Club.
Mr. William E. Hull was na named
med named president: Mrs. Donald M.
7011. vice rregident, Mrs.. George,
W. Flynt, secretary; and Mrs. Ro-1
bert E. Aydelott. treasurer.
Mrs. Luther C. Wyrick program
chairm,an, announced that the
monthly coffee meeting will be
held Wednesday at the NCO Club,
and thatihe'husbend-and-wife so social
cial social will be a Western-style dinner,
dance partY Tuesday, June 16. Re Reservations
servations Reservations for the latter event
should be made with Mrs. Wyrick.
Mrs. Hull presented gifts and a
corsage of wood roses to Mrs.
Martin Forkas, outgoing president
who is to ,leave the Isthmus soon.
Also presented farewell gifts Were
Mrs. Ral0117,420BrOVadritZjArL.
Frank M.listtinger, Mrs. &milli'
J. Tisdale, Mrs. Ralph R. Burch
and Mrs. John J. Costello. The raf raffle
fle raffle prize was won by Mrs. FlYst.
Hostesses for the eveninit were
Mrs. Guy u. hall, Mrs. Eugene

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Panama

Savage, Mrs. H. F. Braunsteriner
ana Ars. William,J. Hargraves.

Poore Miguel Assembly
nainbow Girls
Installs Officers
rhe Ancun masonic Temple was
the scene of an open installation
ceremony last weeK in wilco Miss
Danielle Harnea became the new
worldly auvisor oi rearo Miguel
Assembly Three, Order of Rain Rainoow
oow Rainoow ior The aistallation
was sponsored by Fern Leal Chap ChapLer,
Ler, ChapLer, o.E.S.
Officer, to serve with Miss
harnea are Diane hoenke, worthy
associate advisor, Carolyn Holger Holgerson,
son, Holgerson, cnarity, oue Thomas, Hope;
Carol Zeinick, Faith; Mary Lyne
ne Stiakley, arill leader; riaroara
Bongiorm, chaplain; Beverly Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, Love; Ellen Wilson, religlon,
Peggy Elich, nature; Aloha Shat Shatroshy,
roshy, Shatroshy, immortality; uay Pen
nington, Fidelity; Beverly Bryant,
patriotism; Joyce Herring, serv service;
ice; service; Judy Brown, outer observer;
Didi Hammond, confidential ob
server; Margie Morris, musician,
and Sarah Wagner, choir director.
Nancy Webster acted as instal
ling worthy advisor, assisted oy
Mrs. D. R. Maned. Mickey Walk Walker
er Walker was the installing marshall,
Marvel Davison, installing chap chaplain;
lain; chaplain; Beverly Smith, installing re
er was the installing marshal;
pianist; and Helen Nita, soloist.
Guest speaker was Vance How Howard,
ard, Howard, who discussed the Rainbow
and the seven Stepping Stones that
the colors reRresent.
Pro tem officers of the assem assembly
bly assembly include Margie Hurtado, Car Carla
la Carla Elich, Janice Doherty, Penny
Cairo n, Barbara Dombrosky,
Rachel Van Dyke, Robin Smith,
Jeanne Walker, Bonnie Jean Conk
lin, Barbara Slotkin, Mary Kay
Howe, Mary Lerchen, Vicki Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, Tony Ann Fisher and Martha
Farubel. Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Shatrosky are the mother advisor
and Rainbow Dad for the Assembly.

MOONSHINE OUTLAWED
TALLAHASSE, Fla. (UPD--
The Florida Legislature has ap approved
proved approved a bill making possession
of more than one gallon of moon moonAline
Aline moonAline whiskey a felony and pos possession
session possession of less than one gallon a
misdemeanor.

ASTHMA and
1311011,CHITIS
RELIEVED
'Asthma and Emnchitis attacks ruin
your sleep, undermine your strength
and weaken,your heart. Mendsoo
starts to work -throughorcour blood to
, overcome asthoWL anChronchltis at- :
Wks. It helps. dissolvs strangling mu mucus
cus mucus and pronlotes free, sail breath breathing.
ing. breathing. Mendase's action Is effective evsh
in old and stubborn eases. Get Moo Moodie,
die, Moodie, from any drugstors today an4
so how much better You llioeP And
brsathe tonight, and how much bettsr
you will feel tomorrow. Mandan
fights discomforts of Asthma. Brea Breachats
chats Breachats and Hay rover.

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If you don't want to believe this
hand ever happened you are in
full accord with me. Still it's a
good story and if it did happen
East and West are entitled to
some sort of a prize for hard luck.
South started proceedings with
1 bid of two clubs only to be in informed
formed informed that it was West's turn
to bid.'West proceeded to open
'hree hearts and North was bar barred
red barred from bidding. When it came
around to South he could hav
loubled and picked up a nice little
nrofit but he had visions of some something
thing something much better.
Three no-trump was a spread
but South wanted a slam and h
No-trump slam looked impossible
because he surely couldn't get to
dummy. So South bid six pades1
East was too pleased with the
centract to bother to double. All
11c. did was pass like the eat that
lad just swallowed the canary.
West onened his king of heirts
and South nroceeded to wrap up
his spade slam. All he had to di
was take his ace of hearts and
cash his ace-king of diamonds
and ace-king-aueen of clubs while
poor East had to follow suit.
Then he simply cross ruffed
hearts and diamonds while poor
Esst under-rofted.
Eventually East made his Iast
trump, his only trick.
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I North East South West
1 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
ABid two no-trump. With :
13 points, 4-3-3-3 distribution
und no four-eard major suit you 1
ltold tits doubt two no-trtunp 1
'response.
In vtortmo (MEMO??
' tour bartuer'ioUtitiueit witii i
bid of three diamoads. What do
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Set Hearing June 16
To Decide Fate
Of Governor long

GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI) A
hearing on June 16 will determine
whether or not Louisiana Gov.
Earl K. Long is confined to a
mental hospital for 90 days.
Probate Judge Hugh Gibson or ordered
dered ordered the hearing Friday on a
petition filed Tuesday by Long's
wife, Mrs. Blanche Long, and
Dr. Arthur D. IAng, a cousin of
the governor.
The petition said Long was
"exhausted, overworked and ill,
both mentally and physically."
Gibson named three lawyers to
represent Long at the preliminary
hearing tentatively set in Gibson's
court. They are former Galveston
Mayor Adrian Ledy Sr. Fine
Bedford, and former stat'e Rep.
John nosey.
Long can request a jury trial
at the hearing if he wishes.
The petition said the colorful
Louisiana governor "requires ob obbe
be obbe back well and on the job.
mental hospital."
If he should be confined for an
additional 90 days at the John
Sealy Hospital, Texas law requires
that he would have to be moved
then to a state hospital if he
needs further treatment.
Me hospital Friday said Long's
condition "remains approximately
the same." A medical bulletin
said he "rested fairly well during
the night."
The 63-year-old governor's ne nerhew,
rhew, nerhew, Sen. Russell D. Long (1)-
La.) said in Baton Rouge Fri Friiday
iday Friiday be thinks his uncle will soon
libe back well and on the job.

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PEDRO MIGUEL RAINBOW GIRLSMiss Danielle Harned, ne
bow for Girls, and other new officers are pictured following an
Miss Harned, the group Includes Diane Hoenke, Carolyn Holger
Bongiornl, Beverly Phillips, Ellen Wilson, Peggy Elich, Aloha Sh
Brown, Didi Hammond, Margie Morris and Sarah Wagner.

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38 Adhesive 47 Battle of
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40 Spare 48 Facts
41 Soft drinks 50 Ampere (ab1

Salmon' Mousse Is Served
In Baskets Of Melba Toast

Here't another recipe perfeet
for warmer weather ...and appe appetites
tites appetites that need tempting.
The baskets for the salmon
mousses are made of Melba toast,
originally created by Escoffier at
the Savoy Hotel in London for
Dame Nellie Melba. However, to today
day today you can get it in many varia variations:
tions: variations: rye, white or wholewheat,
in snack rounds, in pumpermic pumpermickle,
kle, pumpermickle, salty tye and in garlic and
D OW in onion rounds.
This year's pack of salmon will
e only about half as large as
last year, and the price Will up
by about 20 per cent. Therefore
use it wisely in the best recipes
you can find. We think this is
one of them.
Salmon Mousse in Melba
Baskets
(Makes 6 servings)
ihirty wholewheat or white
Melba rounds, 1 envelope unfla unflavored
vored unflavored gelatin, 12 cup cold water,
2 eggs, separated; 3 tablespons
lemon juice, 1 teaspoon grated le lemon
mon lemon rind, 12 teaspoon dry mus mustard,
tard, mustard, 12 teaspoon salt, 1 1-pound
can salmon, 12 cup finaly diced
cucumber, 14 cup chopped pars parsley,
ley, parsley, 12 cup commercial sour
cream or 12 cup heavy cream,
whipped.
Sprinkle gelatin over water in
a cup. Beat egg yolks. In the top
of a double boiler combine egg
yolks, lemon juice and rind, mus mustard
tard mustard and salt. Cook over hot wat

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er, stirring, until mixture is
smooth and slightly thickened.
Remove from heat and stir in
gelatin. Blend in salmon, cucum cucumber
ber cucumber and parsley. Beat egg whites
stiff. Fold egg whites, then the
sour ream or whipped cream
into the salmon micture. Chill
until almost stIff. Line six cus
tard cups with Melba rounds.
(Place one on the bottom of each
cup and stand four around the
sides.) Spoon the salmon mixture
into the cups keeping the four
Melba rounds close to the sides of
the cups. Chill until firm. Slide
Melba baskets from custard cups.
Arrange them on a chgled
serving platter and garnish with
crisp salad greens and cucumber
slices.

POOCHY BACK Pooch
perches on his master's Shoul Shoulders
ders Shoulders as Alex Othmer cycles on
Staten Island, N.Y. Alex takes
the dog on all his trips. So fart
no falls.

JOTTINGS IN PENCIL
Orson Welles' doctors are urg urging
ing urging him to shelve 30 pounds or face
a distressing state of health.
A note from Artie Shaw, now oack
in Spain "Quietly vegetating,"
describes a new view of the Cos Costa
ta Costa Brava. While he and his wife,
Evelyn Keyes, were in New York,-
they bought an outboard motor motor'Nat,
'Nat, motor'Nat, and since their return
thby've bem exporing nearby
grottoes and caves. "It's a tour tourist's
ist's tourist's dream come true." Artie
writes. .A funny thing happend
during a serious performance of
"J.B." the other night, Actor
Burt Conway' (brother of
Stanley's ex-husband, Curt Con Conway,
way, Conway, if you want to get complic complicated)
ated) complicated) walked downstage during a
scene, stepped over the footlights'
and fell into the pit. It took quite
a few minutee for the startled.,
ticket-holders 102'.talm
Betty Furness and her datightef'
Barbara are off to Europe' for a
six-week lracation., ;:Ethelbfer ;:Ethelbferman
man ;:Ethelbferman is still receiving bbte and
telegrams congratulating ,her on
her triumph in "Gypsy. Among
the messages is one, from Prin.'
cess Grace of Monaco. Inti Intimates
mates Intimates of Congressman Adam
Clayton Powell feel he has. the
Negro and Puerto Rican vote "so
sewed up" he may well become
a candidate for Mayor of New
York in the next elections.

Marty Allen and Steve Rossi,

Jewish Festival
01 Shavues Starts
Thursday Night

The Festival of Shavuos also
known as "The Feast of Weeks"
will be- celebr ated by Jews
throughout the world from sun sundown,
down, sundown, Thursday, June 11, until sun sundwon
dwon sundwon Saturday, June 13.
The festival is associated tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally with a great historic event,
the promulgation of the Ten Com Commandments
mandments Commandments on Mount Sinai. The
presentation of the Decalogue has
proven of utmost importance both
to Israel and the world since it has
become the basis Of modern civill civillzaiton.
zaiton. civillzaiton. It is considered the prolld
possession not only of the JeV, but
of the Christian world as well.
The Feast of Weeks was also ori originally
ginally originally obsreved as an agricultural
holiday which marked the begin beginning
ning beginning of the wheat harvest. At this
season, the first fruits of the soil
were offared to God. This token
reminded the', children of Isrsel
that everything belonged Jo the
Lord and thatlhey were merely the
custodians of these products. They
were enjoined to ewe the harvest
with the no& and the stranger.
One who had many possessions was
resnonsihia for alleviating the out
fering of those whn. were less for fortunate.
tunate. fortunate. Shavuos tivity,is a remind reminder
er reminder nf the social obligAtions of men.
ShAvnos sarvicea rtio eorninct eorninctad
ad eorninctad by Rabbi rktathen MA
Chanel of the Trso-nvn Armed
rnrces Service Centar in Brilhos.
schadnie is ns folinws
Thursday eloiling at 7:30. Fri Friday
day Friday morning At 10:00. Fridav eve evening
ning evening at 7:30. Saturday mnrning at
spriirdav Avelino At slo,
Memnrial iiaridcAt rviornr) Aiillt
he rep,' 011rIng tba Sstiiresy morn morning
ing morning services.
The ertmrnaritiinif oanorel of the
United Pates Army 1101410).0. the
1 gommanding general of tha Cern).
hear, Air ccsmmaro. and ri,a etirn etirnmsntisnt
msntisnt etirnmsntisnt of the Voh rnstrigt
have issued snacial memnrands
regarding the Festival of Shavuos
aeryicee.

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TITGU roma v.c. (uPn
R. Watson called nollen after
he looked not n wintiow and now
"vreat bie thin,'" on hilt noilt noilthor's
hor's noilthor's lawn. The thine filmed out
'n be a six and one-holt foot rotas rotaster
ter rotaster of paris doe taken from a
Winston-Salem store.

muNDAY, irm usi

w worthy advisor of Pedro Miguel Assembly Three, Order of Rain Raininstallation
installation Raininstallation ceremony at the Amon Masson le Temple. Besides
son, Sue Thomas, carol Zelnick, Mary Lynne Stoak ley, Barbara
atrosky, Beverly Bryant, Judy Pennington, Joyce Herring,r,Judy

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THE VOICE OF
BROADW;
by Dorothy Killgallen

who officially unveiled their nt'W
act in the Borscht Circuit, are the
talk of show business. They wow wow,ed
,ed wow,ed audiences so impressively that
one seasoned booking agent flatly
declared, "Nobody can follow
them". .1tex Harrison's anxious
moments about Kay Kendall's ill
health are pffset somewhat by
his joy et becoming a grandfather
for the first time. His son, Noel,
and Noel's bride, the former
Sarah Tube'', welcomed a baby
girl.
A beach club that has advertis advertised
ed advertised dancer Maureen Hopkins (of
"Destry Rides Again") as an up upcoming
coming upcoming attraction had better
choose.another belle to accept the
iiheduled award. Maureen left
the show and New. York rather
abruptlytaking a'plane to Los
Angeles to get.marrind.,--,, .France
Nuyen of "Suzie-Wonte!jis con contemPlating
temPlating contemPlating a 'lavistdragainst a
photographer I ,, Magazine
well 7,40:an,n IttkliyAlegps. The
char& would be -alleged use of
tinatabprized photographs,L
-"The-l'entiesseemtiValtativiittitha
flarrymor& frientlithiVappeara -: to
be growing warmerAles expect expected
ed expected to be in the neighborhood when
she opens in "Garden' District" at
Florida's Coconut Playhouse.
Singer Jana Mason, now Mrs.
Fred Wacker, expects a baby in
December. Subway coin collect collectors
ors collectors have a new headache. Som,e
of the low-value Cuban ceins are
the lame size as subway tokens.
Among the jewels Mrs., Mich3e1
Wilding plans to sell at Christie's
in London will be a 24-carat dia diamond
mond diamond ring valued at U50,000
in case anyone's in a mood to do
a little Christmas shopping early.
Mrs. Wilding threatens to unload
everything that's left In' her jewel
hot; -five robberies have left her
pretty disenchanted with gems in
general Anthony Franciosa
was target for starstruck gazes at
the Colony when he lunched there
with Ray Stark.

There's no accounting for Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood casting. Regard, if you
will the assigning of Dina Mer Merrill,
rill, Merrill, who is so lovely and elegant,
opposite Jerrk Lewis, who is so
deliberately Inelegant, in the
flicker "Don't Give Up the Ship."
Dina's far more the type to p!sy
vis-a-vis Cary Grant. Scare?
news: Broadway shops are doing
a rushing business in yellows
shoesfor men.
Corrections COMMISSiOner Anne
Kross has picked a title for ber
autobiography that sounds. as if
she's about to demand some over
time pay from Mayor Wagner.
The memoirs will be called "MY'
Days Never End" .Gwen ler lerdon
don lerdon is looldng forward to Uwe mid
dle of this month. Her 17-ytanold
son graduates from his Calibrni.i
high-school on the Dith and will
fly here immediately afterward'
for a long stay with Mom.

Model Jelin Howarth, who was
engaged to marry racing cham champion
pion champion Mike Hawthorn when he met
his tragie death, has become lf lffianced
fianced lffianced to another daredr,"--
Count Stephen Ouvaroff, an
tralipn driver of Russian ancestry
.Bongo enthusiasts are direct directed
ed directed to the African drum sequences
in "The Nun's Story." Authentic,
exciting, and they swing, man?
...Some of Marie Me Donald's
closest pals will bet you that her
new husband, Lou Bass. in years
younger than the "36" he used in
the wedding announcements. TheY
say he gallantly made himself
older to de-emphosize the differ difference
ence difference in tkeir ages.
Evelyn Waugli's daughter Tere Teresa,
sa, Teresa, who has made a good deal of
news at Word University with
her avant garde friends, may be
gathering some exotic mattrial
based OD personal experience.
She's off to a new'job as govern governess
ess governess to the children of the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish Miniater of Interior, Dr. Na Namik
mik Namik Godik, in Ankara. .A. week weekly
ly weekly news magazine wos all set to
do a big piece on Louis Prima
and Kee ly Smith when the editor
of the entertainment section decid
ed to catch the actand decreed
it was "too vulgar." So the sr.
tide was killed.

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elect wacker, expects a baby in I
Negro and Puerto Rican vote "so
1:' ,i3ei nearing June lo .1: ,s''', -: la14 sewed up" he may well become Deoember. Subway coin collect. ,f,
, , a candidate for Mayor of New ors have a new headache. Some
, :-' 1 To Decide Fate l'' -4c 1
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. ,... York in the next elections. of the low-value Cuban ceins are '',.
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the lame size as subway tokens.
a4;:kfilir Jalmon mousse Is Served
, ,
Fresh as all Outdoors! . : :.kil,:,, i
,:. ktil!s.0 s,i ) Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, Among the jewels Mrs. Michael
i Of Governor long , 4, Wilding plans to sell at Christie's 1
, t CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER
4,::, In Baskets Of Melba Toast ii
Jewish Feshval in London will be a 24-earat dia. r:
mond ring valued at $150,000 :
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sa11-15' tc GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI) A 11:s ..:1'
hearing on June le will determine in case anyone's in a mood to do
a little Christmas shopping early.
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whether or not Louisiana Gov. Mrs. Wilding threatens to unload S
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, Earl K. Long is confined to a everything that's left in her jewel
OS" OM mental hospital for 90 days. Herent another recipe perfeCt er, stirring, until mixture is box five robbe ie
, r s bave left her t
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1 11 C1119Iffie dered the hearing Friday on a tites that need tempting. Remove from heat and stir in
g g Mr warm Thursday Hight general . Anthony Franciosa
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wife, Mrs. Blanche Long, and mousses are made of Melba toast, ber and parsley. Beat egg whites The Festival of Shavuos also the Colony when he lunched there t"
Dr. Arthur D. bang, a cousin of originally created by Escoffier at stiff. Fold egg whites. then the Iknown as "The Feast of Weeks" with Ray Stark.
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the governor. the Savoy Hotel in London for sour ream or whipped cream will be- c e I e b r ated by Jews
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, Dame Nellie Melba. However, to- into the salmon micture. chill throughout the world from sun- There's no accounting for Hot.
The petition said Long was day you can get it in manY varta- until almost stIff Line six eus down, Thursday, June 11, until atill- lywood casting. Regard, if you
"exhausted, overworked and ill, tions: rye, white or wholewheat, tard cups with Melba rounds. dwon Saturday, June 13. will the assigning of Dina Met.-
both mentally and physically." in snack rounds, in pumpermic- (Place one on the bottom of each The festival is associated tradi- rill, who is so lovely and elegant,
Gibson named three lawyers to kle, salty tye and in garlic and cup and stand four around the tionally with a great historic event, opposite Jerrk Lewis, who is so
represent Long at the preliminary pow in onion rounds. sides.) Spoon the salmon mixture the promulgation of the Ten Com- deliberately linele ant in the
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t- hearing tentatively set in Gibson's This year's pack of salmon will into the cups keeping the four mandments on Mount Sinai. The flicker "Don't Give Up the Ship."
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court. They are former Galveston e only about half as large as Melba rounds close to the sides of presentation of the Decalogue has Dina's far more the type to West i
t Mayor Adrian Ledy Sr. Fine last year, and the price will up the cups. Chill until firm. Slide
Bedford, and former stat'e Rep. by about 20 per cent. Therefore Melba baskets from custard cups. proven of utmost importance both vis-a-vis Cary Grant. Scarey '1
, to Israel and the world since it has news: Broadway shops are doing
n 110, John nosey. use it wisely in the best recipes Arrange them on a chilled
vs: 1 ,-- you can find. We think this is serving platter and garnish with
become the basis et modern civil'. a rushing businen in yellows 4i
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at the hearing if he wishes. one of them. cris salad reens and cucumber t It onsidered the prond shoesfor men.
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of the Christian world as well. Kross has ticked a title for her
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14:', Louisiana governor "requiree ob- Baskets 1
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4s6,:,., be back well and on the job. (Makes 6 servings) utirto detl2and some over
The Feast of Weeks was also ors autoblograp y that sounds. as if
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Days Never End" .Gwen Ver Veri:taillholooldinIgmnfothrweaaYrid:rthto
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ft,:,..2,:s mental hospital."
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n Howarth, who was
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12 cup com mere I en a ed to mare
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Vol ,, ,. ior :,,,,,,:,.,.;,,,.,,, The 63-year-old governor's ne Sprinkle gelati,n over water in :::.t,:o IV :14: tunate. Shionom tevity,is a reMlna- flanced to another daredeceil---- '''t,
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, !phew, Sen. Russell D. Long (D- a cup. Beat egg yolks. In the top -4'... Count Stetthen Ouvaroff, an. 4-it
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, new covering print of SPECML BARBECUE s : .:,,, services.
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ALL weekALL ASSORTMENTS & SPECIAL FOR SKIN DIVERS . .. ..
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3 Rose Marie Reid Swim Suits as DOOR PRIZESI POOCHY BACK Pooch he looker' not e winclow and taw do a big piece on Louis Prise'
bouquet of compliments
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f elation of his outstanding service of Ivan Thorpe, included Cida Ca ne Stiakley, arill leader; riaroara i?.::',,Q;:ig..4ts?,,;:4;a i:Ka.'.."' MiWAZ:',::;-,,:w;:4.'s:::;,:;:',440:N.C40.0MAMMUWWWW...'::.,,:.:':ii-''':',';,',::,',:::'.'. ''''' '' ' ;''''''' . .. .. .' .. '':-- . : .......
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Rita DCohen, ALlloyBd lEdwardDse, Ani- lips, Love; Elien Wilson, relighton, liaini d ceverrd hwaigenede. ysottill airter ian
' : The event was held in the Bal- PEDRO MIGUEL RAINBOW GIRLSMiss Danielle Horned, new worthy advisor of Pedro Miguel Assembly Three, 6 rder' of Itain-
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McBnde. roshy, unmoruitty; Juay Pen good atorY and itmit dild happen bow for Girk, and other new, officers are pictured following an installation ceremony at the Ancon Massonic Temple, Besides
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Coffoo Tomorrow ice; Judy Brown, outer observer; South started proceedings with BrOwn, Didi Hammond, Margie Morris and Sarah Wagner.
toted to Rabbi Witkin. The Asilo de la .Infancia coin- Didi Hammond, contidential ob. 1 bid of two clubs only to be in-
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BEFORE AND AFTER-Col. E. M. Browder, Jr., assistaht engineering' and construction direc- 4,111b g
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tor of the Panama Canal Co., sits in front of his office window (top photo) in the admini9tra the communists in check and James is the new primate of
4th of July Ave lc H St Tel 2-0725 i
- tiOn building eQuipped with old venetian blinds. The same office is shown in the lower photo keeps American boYa here la a the Greek Orthodox Church of
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with the new' travesing yertical blinds recently installed by Tropieana on Fpnrth of July giveaway." , i North and South America. The
ASK HOW TO DOUBLE YOUR MONEY FREE
Avenue.
' 1 (CA.) Mansfield's proposals will be 148-year-old prelate is spiritual ,1 Mr. Comfy .. .,. I
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considered by the Senate Foreign 'leader of over 1,250,000 people.' ,,
Relations Committee-this week ni
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BEFORE AND AFTERCol. E..M. Browder, Jr., assistant engineering and construction direc director
tor director of the Panami Canal Co., sits in front of his office window (top photo) in the adminiotra adminiotration
tion adminiotration building, equipped with old venetian blinds. The same office is shown in the lower photo
with the new travesing yertical blinds recently installed by Tropicana on ninth of July
Avenue. : (CA.)

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TMI PANAMA AMERICAN

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Border, Southern
Stales Reducing
Inlegrated Schools
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)--Migration
of Negro families and
school consolidation have reduced
by 7 the number of desegregated
school districts in southern and
border states, Southern School
News said today.
The News, published here
monthly by Southern education
Reporting Service, said a new
tabulation shows at least 742 dis districts
tricts districts integrated compared with a
previous total of 819.
The publication said that in 40
more districts in Oklahoma
school boards have ordered an
end to segregation, but there has
been no actual classroom integra integration
tion integration because of a lack of Negro
applicants.
Some states have stopped keep keeping
ing keeping statistics by race, the News
said, altd consolidations and an annexations
nexations annexations also make it difficult to
keep an accurate and up-to-date
a ccount.
Since the 1954 U.S. Supreme
Court ruling against school segre segregation,
gation, segregation, the News said, Mississippi
has cut its school districts from
971 to I81,i Missouri from 4,022 to
11890 and Oklahoma' fftein 1,799
to 1,3t3.5. Five other states also
have been making consolidations.
The latest tabulation shows
7,847 school districts in 17 south southern
ern southern and border states and the
District of Columbia. Of this to total,
tal, total, 2,875 are bi racial, having
white and Negroes of school age.
There are 2,140 of the bi-racial
school districts which are still
segregated, the News said.
!enators Hit Plan
To Cut Wright
Foreign Aid Grants
WASHINGTON (UPI)Two Re Republican
publican Republican senators yesterdpy snarp snarply
ly snarply criticized proposals by Senate
Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield
to cut off otitright foreign aid
grants in four years.
Sens. Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.)
and Kenneth B. Keating (a-N.Y.),
assailed the Mansfield plan as a
device which might hamstring the
recovery of many weaker nations
and make them dependent on
Communist aid.
Javits said he agreed with
Mansfield that more emphasis
should be on loans in the aid pro program
gram program "but I am very much
against tipping our hands to the
Communists."
He said announcing that the
United States would withdraw aid
in four years would be that inimic inimical
al inimical to American policy and I'm
dead set against it."
Keating said he also wanted to
shift the emphasis to loans.
But he said Mansfield "over-!
looked the fact that some of our 1
Allies on the Communist perime-1
ter, particularly in the Far Eastd
are maintaining armed forces far!
beyond their normal economic
ability, solely because of our mil military
itary military aid."
To cut off such aid now, he
said, would run the risk of anoth another
er another Wore& unless the United States
wanted to send its troops there
to take the place of the foreign
troops maintained by U. S. aid.
Keating said, "Don't be misled,
about this talk of eliminating
'giveaways' nothing that holds
the communists in check and
keeps American boys here Is a
giveaway."
Mansfield's proposals will be
considered by the Senate Foreign,
Relations Committee this week
closed door sessions on President
Eisenhower's $3,900,000,000 foreign
aid authorizatior request.
A FINAL VOTI
SEKI, Japan (UPI) Yoshima
Kinoshita's last act on earth was
to cast his vote in Japan's par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary elections.
Kimoshita, 82 collapsed yeNtet
day on his way to the polling sta
Wm, but recovered and continue
on to cast his ballot. In the votin2
booth, after marking the ballot,
he fell a second time and died
horn a cerebral hemorrhage with
out regaining consciousness.
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AN INDEPENDENT NAME NEWSPAPER

Democratic Leader Praises
Re''cbrd Of 86th Congress

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WASHINGTON tUPI)Senate
,Democratic Leader Lyndon lit
JOhn5011 declared last night
that the final record of the 86th
Congress will be one of "con "constructive
structive "constructive achievement." He chal chal!tinged
!tinged chal!tinged Republicans to run against
Iit in next year's elections.
His statement was aimed Bps BpsIcifically
Icifically BpsIcifically at GOP critics who have
J)een pimling a "won't-do" tag
on the Democratic controlled
Congress. But it also added up
to a reply to several liberal
members of Johnson's own party
who have criticized his leader-,
ship.
He ticked off a list of issues on
which he said the Congress would
make its record. They ranged'
from highway s, housing and
health to farm, labor and de-,
fense.
A couple of Democrats have
been saying that their party's
middle-of-the-road leaders in Con Congress
gress Congress are throwing away the "lib "liberal"
eral" "liberal" election victory of 1958 and
making it easier for the GOP to
win in 1960. They feel there has
not been enough action on "liber "liberal"
al" "liberal" program.
Sunday Rep. Hugh Scott (II (IIPa.),
Pa.), (IIPa.), onetime GOP na ional
chairman, said yesterday the De Democratic
mocratic Democratic congressional leadership
has 'failed so far' and Democrats
are trying to cover up with such
"diversionary tactics" as fighting
the nomination of Lewis L.
Strauss al secret ary of com commerce.
merce. commerce. Johnson, putting in a busy Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, spoke at a testimonial din dinner
ner dinner in Baltimore for the city's
three Democratic ef.:;.:::-..n
after delivering a mid-afternoon
commencement address at Beth Bethany
any Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va.
To the college graduates, he
Starkwealher 6els
Chair On Friday
For Mass Killings
LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) The
Nebraska Supreme Court 'ordered
Friday that mass killer Charles
Starkweather die in the electric
chair next Friday for one of his
11 slayings.
Even as the court acted, the
red-haired rifleman's father tried
to save his 3011'S life through a
desperation appeal to the U.S. Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court.
The father, Guy Starkweather,
revealed he had sent "the facts of
the case" to the high court a week
a go.
In Washington, a spokesman for
the court said it had received a
telegram saying the material was
on the way. The telegram, how however,
ever, however, dicl, nokjeprernt !.tormal
appeal, whicIi must be a Iguial
apPlicatIon 'for stay of execution
or some other relief, the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said.
Guy Starkweather hoped to re repeat
peat repeat his feat of two weeks ago,
when his middle of the night ap appeal
peal appeal to a U.S. circuit judge
stopped his son's execution with
only 90 mirmtes to spare.
ThursdaY, a three-judge federai
panel put Sarkweather back in
the shadow of the electric chair
by refusing to extend the two twoweek
week twoweek stay of execution.
- Me Nebraska Supreme Court's
action Friday was a followup to
the federal ruling and was made
at the request of the state's attor attorney
ney attorney general, C. S. Beck.
Guy Starkweather said Ms ap appeal
peal appeal to the nation's highest court
was "all I can dobut I'll keep
on trying."
The desperate father was even
willing to concede for the kat
time that there might be some something
thing something wrong with the mind qf the
20-year-old Lincoln ex garbage
man who went on a two-state kill killing
ing killing spree with his teen-age girl
friend in January, 1958.
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spoke mostly in broad terms of
the relationship between foreign
and domestic problems. But at
Bethany, and also at Baltimore,
he gave an inkling of his method
of operation.
He said differing viewpoints on
virtually all problems are inevit inevitable,
able, inevitable, but "there is one trap into
which we must not fallit is to
assume that our own specialized
interests hold the key to all the
problems of t h complicated
world."
"We cannot stake our future on
one policy or program any morel
than we can rest our bodies on
a one-legged stool," he said.
At Baltimore he said that nai
turally he wants the Democrats
to win all elections. "But when
the voters, in their wisdom, se select
lect select a Republican president, I
want that president to succeed in
making our nation strong. And
when he Does succeed, he will
have my cooperation every step
of the way."
Johnson's words were directed
at Republicans. But intended or
not, they could serve to answer
a charge by Sen. Wayne Morse
(D-Ore.) that Senate Democratic
leaders have been serving as a
ventriloquist's dummy for the
Eisenhower administiation.
Johnson said the record of the
Democratic controlled Congress
will be constructive because "it
will be a record of highways,
houses, health legislation, steps to
protect our working men and
women, moves to strengthen the
freedoms and rights of our peo people,
ple, people, care for the needs of our
farmers. prudence in the nation's
fiscal affairs, attention to the eco economic
nomic economic needs of our people, and
efforts to strenothen our country's
position in ofreign affairs."
OPA4, tP,
. THIS WEEK'S LUCKY
Sylvia Le Master
Laurence C. Lanham
Luis A. Vehisques
Lucia Russell
A. de Chung
lika Gordon
Armando Cruz
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to Washington, D. C., during her efforts to promote the Ale of memorial poppies
which honor the nation's veterans. She's the National Poppy Girl for 1959.
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,G1AL SCOUTS of Troop 4, rt. Gulick, are (left to right): Front row, Barbara Trask. Virginia Bone, Joan Rodenhlzer, Yvonne Call Inoitt, Sandra Hirn, Car Car.
. Car. ;nen Valencia,.Jean Levine, Myrna Vega. Back row, Diedre Dickson, Diana Orsini, carmen dit Jesus, Chloe Wilcox, Susan Peters, Clara Bray, Hebecca For ForDandezi
Dandezi ForDandezi Sandra Adams, Patsy Woegens, Sheryl Swaney, Mrs. Andrey Barsi, Mrs. Katherine Ki llip and Charlene Barbi.

COL. COM HINES, commandant of the U.S Army Caribbean
School, Fort Gulick, pins the school crest on Capt. Joe T. Carr,
a new arrival at the school. Carrejo's assignment will be that of
secretary of the officers' open mess. al.S. Army Photo)

A "QUIET' DIVORCE
LONDON ftTPI)Georgs Finch
went home last night and had
dinner with his wife without tell.
ing her he just had been granted
an interim divorce decree on
grounds of cruelty,
Finch, 42, had told the judge
he had no intention of turning his
wife, Alice, 38, out of the house

they have sharedin separate
rooms, scarcely speakingfor two
years.
In that case, the judge said
Finch WNW have to leave him
self.
"Ms George got his divorce
asked Mrs. Finch later., "I didn't
know I didn't ask him, but
I did think he would tell me.'

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DAILY
MEDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian &location of the E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in the Missions.
ry Diocese of the Panama Can.
al Zonal.
RIDUCTION AD ASSURDUM
"And the head of Ephraim Is
Samaria, and the head ef lama.
ria is Roma liah's son. If ye will
net believe, sorely ye shall not
be established."
Little ,tudah Was threatened by
Ephraim and Syria. king Alum
and the people were afraid. The
alliance seemed unbeatable until
Isaiah reduced it to its proper pro proportions.
portions. proportions. Ephraim really meant Samaria
and Samaria meant one man, the
upstart Pekah. And he was there.
ly burntout firebrand. He had
usurped the throne by a bloody,
revolt and he Wat ld die in the
seine way. As it happened, the
dread attack fizzled out and Judah
was spared.
How like Ahaz we are, Confront.
ed with a difficult situation we
panic. We lack the, prophet's trust
and his reasoning. Both are ne.
cessary. First. follow his advice
to Alm, "Take heed, be quiet,
do not fear." Second, look at the
problem. Mathematicians have a
Latin phrase most of us learned
in schoolReducito ad absurdum,
Most of our problems can be aolv.
ed similarly. A little faith, a lit.
tle thought will show how absurd
our anxieties really are.
So the prophet concludes with a
mm. It is hard to put in English,
but this is its point, "Understand.
ing is the secret of withstanding.

MAI. ie. 2. VIIIIITAL01 chief of Specialised S Moss Division, presents Cc,t1fict.tes t..'
114 in Work eimplificetion to Arlene A. Abbott, ieft, Ind Edwin Baumback. Mrs. Abbott is a
11,8, citizen employed es a supervisory etoreate ping CI Ork at Sell-Service Supply Center, Coro Corozal.
zal. Corozal. ehe resides at, le Street, El Cantreio, Pan sma City. She hu two Ohildren end is accredit accredited
ed accredited with 14 years of Federal serviceLll of hill are with the ZS, Arrny Caribbean Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Section, Iaumback, CIO R UAL (HURON AVIS in the QM. Perishable viarehouse az
leader, stockman for the lut 11 years, He has a total of IS years service with the Federal
GovernMent. He resides with his family in Cu rundu.--(V.E. Army Photo)

AI PANAMA AMERICAN 1101111101:XT DAILY NEWSPAPIL

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Panagra Wert you this
extraordinary excursion fare to
Limit oniy 339 dollars, for a 30
day round trip. Daily
flights by Itl Inter American
DC-7 or El Pacific. DC-61X
tourist and de luxe
actoraatiation, fully raclinabis
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Wheels Snuff Out
Fuse Of Bomb Laid
To Blow Up Train

DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)An
expert bomber tried to blow up a
speeding Rock Island passenger
train Friday by placing a suit suitcase
case suitcase containing 9 sticks of dyna dynamite
mite dynamite on the tracks. He failed be beMlle
Mlle beMlle the wheels of the train
snuffed out the burning foe.
The bomber lit the fuse again
after the train had passed, but
the dynamite failed to ignite even
though the fuse burned right up
to the cap.
Authorities 'said the failure of
the dynamite to explode wag a
"onee in a million chance.'
The Rocky MOUrititin rocket
wes en route from the Colorado
Springs Denver area to Chicago.
It was carrying 180 pessengers
and a number of crewmen. The
train was made up of 1 passen passenger
ger passenger car and three baggage cars.
The dynamite attempt occurred
about one mile east of the eity
limits in an area parsley popu populated.
lated. populated. George Sehulk. West D e I
Moines pollee chief who did dem demolition
olition demolition work durine World War
gild n "expert" fashioned t h e
suitcase bomb, Ile said the fuses
were "crimped just right".
Retold Clark, fireman on t h e
eastbound Aratt,4 apotted an 4ob
Act on the traiki as the train

1 MAKING SURE-eLlttle Cath- jai-ea-tie bitn.ii;:tie--eiiiii-iti-e finiii
t trine Chan g, 16-month-old were "crimped just right".
Chinese refugee, fastened her Harold Clark, fireman on t h e
) baggage label to her en, Whelk,. eastbound ,tratn,4, 'spotted an 4ob
1
arriving in Ban tranoiso0,4Ust '', jeet on the tracks as the train
rookIntt eur people luiew her. went by but was unable to tell
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Passage01 Labor
Reform Bill Is
Predicted By Solon

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
John F. Kennedy (D-Itatel pre predicted
dicted predicted yesterday that Congress
will pass an effective labor reform
bill this year over the objections
of organized labor and business
groups.
Kennedy conceded that the Senate-approved
measure he sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored "seems to be threatened vtith
stalemate" in the House.
But he said it would be "a
disaster" for COntr011 to fail to
approve a labor reform this year.
He said the disclosures of the
Senate Rackets Committee makes
clear that an effective bill is
"vitally needed."
"My judgment is that a bill is
going to pass," he said. "I don't
think we can go Home without
passing it."
He reiterated his Belief that
Congress must pass the bill this
year or "you will never get it
done."
Kennedy, a member of the Sati Satiate
ate Satiate Foreign Relations Committee,
said he plans to visit Africa after
the adjournment of Congress and
"I hope to go to Russia." But he
said he has no plans for any
meeting with Soviet Premier Ni Nikita
kita Nikita S. Khrusnchev.
Kennedy, the leading potential
presidential nominee, WAS asked
on a televieion interview (ABC
College News Conference) if he
felt his Catholic religion would
work against his .election to the
presidency.
"There is no conflict between
the oath of office which I take
as a United States senator and
my Catholic faith," he replied.
"I think that every Catholic who
takes a constitutional oath is able
to fulfill that oath by the letter
and by the spirit."
While in Congress, Kennedy
said, he has never been tailed up upon
on upon to vote in such a way as to
conflict with the views of his
church.
Kennedy also predicted that
there would be no major North NorthSouth
South NorthSouth split in the Democratic
Party next year over the, civil
rights !slue.

A NOT NUMBER
LONDON aJPI) Shapely 1?-
year-old Virginia Lyon thought the
roof of Harroda. the department
store which adjoins htr apart apartment.
ment. apartment. would be iugt the place to
sunbathe in her Bikini.
But she had hardly stretched
out when she was surrounded by
about 90 firemen. Mill Lynn had
touched off an automatic fire
alarm when she pushed open the
roof doors.

what it was. Re radioed back to
the station here And Trainrniter
William) B. Rtese went out to in investigatla.
vestigatla. investigatla. Re,eaa sew someone driving
away. in a ear as he arrived on
the seeneoThe fuse had been lit
-again. 'Re notified police when he
saw that the object was a bomb.

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; '. ' NEW YORK, June S (UPI) Hoyt Wilhelm al- 4. N!:Ial
::,:, Winston-Salem, N. C., college to Wilbur Ross, Winston : Salem Beisde Baird's b r o a d jump
;;;; teady has made believers of American League hit- ,, 1 the team title m the National coach, hailed the three-man per- mark, records were set in the 1 .
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''v.:, :;''..:1 Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics formance as "the greatest in any 220-yard dash, the two mile run
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''''' rs and now the Baltimore Orioles are trying to do 1,,, it ,,.,.'' '''".!. .':':::'''', track and field meet here Satur- national track meet ever." and the shot put. ---. ...MOO
GG TEAMS ''''''''''' ''' .'W' '. 1,.'' f' Pet. 6111
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Z. t:' e same vsith the experts.
,stAl (:,5,:: :,,,,, ,, day night.
.,., r,v ;' Moore aided the cause by pick pick,
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.. ing up a first in the hop, step and Paul Whiteley, Emporia, Kan., National wLeLagpucet.
chicla 29 '13- JU -- L
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Winston-Salem finished with 56 jump. His 48' 24" performance State, who won the mile Saturday .,.
'''''' Wilhelm's 9-0 record and astound- ter an 114 defeat and the Cincin- t: ;":'''''
;;.... points to nip East. Texas State. won'5 be allowed because of the night in 4:11.2, Friday night es- Tmt"'",
SalniwFarlciwisco '271031 267-1 .6(11
i, 4, ''', Inog 0.99 earned run average speak nati Reds defeated the San Fran- ik '
wind, but it exceedtd the old tabhshed a new standard of 9:06
'' '1' f4 themselves and manager Paul cisco Giants, 7-1, after a 5-3 set- Zot .1,t1 Vi? Commerce, Tex.. with 55.
t, Gilbert won all three hurdles mark of 46' 1112' set by Bob in the two mile event. The old ,..I.Los,
Angeles ,. 1-8 2-6 ...55:19 ) 54212 KLIDattainetrimals: re-City: ..';';''' 21221126'4,',.2,422331 :53111.5-000031 tarsinit:'
' '' :- Ritchards insists the Orioles' sec- back.
-i ': events. He clipped off 5he 440 Gutowski, Occidental, in 1957. time was 9:09.5 by Don Shepard
;NI csabilursh
, otkl-place standing ought to do the Gus "Priandos hit a two-run
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',,'''. '''We can go all the way," Rich- home Baltimore's other' run as
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,-,.3- ,':' yard 1 o w s in :53.6, the 120-yard East Texas state picked up two of Howard Payne, set last year.
f'"- t ,, highs in :14.6, and the 220 lows firsts in the two-night affair. Fri- Finishing third in team scoring
Cpihniciainndoalphti la
. in :612.0. day night, Jim Baird rewrote the was Emproia with 36 1-5. Other 221205 225380
I.n. Nis has been preaching since the Wilhelm scored his' third shutout. broad jump mark with a mighty top scorers included m o r g a n
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These were relatively I o w leap of 25' 31-4",exceeding the State 33, Kearney 26, Humboldt St. Louis 20 31 .392 11 Bolton '22, 28 MO 16-t
"' '''' fir as our pitching will take us." LILA. for a complete season is
i ,' fr times for Gilbert, but he was old record of 24'9'. State, A r c a t a, Calif. 23 1-5,
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I,. ,,:, .:. .t,,,,L,,:4,':z7''' hampered by a gusty wind. Sid Garton, the East Texas Southern 11 n i v e r sit'y, Baton Today's Games Tacti4''st Games '1
I ,.':' ink' took the Orioles ihto second in 1914 and.:the league record for
' place via a 3-0 victory over the consecutive victories it 16 shared '...::,:: :::;:i'-'::,:,, ;';'iv '' Winston-Salem won the team frosh sprint sensation won the Baton Rouge La 18, Western II-
vee4'1:'::'''m: .:';..1.:1 crown with only three athletes 220 yard dash Satu'rday night. linois, MacoMb, ill., 18, Prairie Chicago at Milwaukee
t ''':' Kansas City Athletics. The erts- by Walter Johnson, Joe Wood, 'w, ,-,-.t, Detroit at Boston (N) .1
Gilbert, Godfrey Moare and Rus- However? Garton was second to View, Tex., 16, Grambling 16 and San Francisco at Pittsburgh (11) Only game scheduled .1
,,, while ragamuffins of the league Lefty Grew. and Schoolboy Riwe. ,,,M''...:,t. :4: ,,,-:::::':: 4"
.;.,..ftw,:r:ti..A. ::. 1..,,,..Ai.. jk sell Rogers. Paul Winder of Morgan State, Idaho State, Pocatello, 14. Only games scheduled .-,tf,
, ., ate only one game behind the The White- Sox routed Ike De- Lt:r' "40K:7,..f.,1-, ,-
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i ate a half-game ahead of the third- inning and went in to win the co- ,,,.J:,.4-;.:3.,0,,-,),1:,11.70r:,t;.4., 1 Yesterday's Results -4
,, niece Cleveland Indians both of 1 pener .v.iritli a 12;hit .!ittoF!t that -r :'.':, -,-.-4;:"'?H:i4Mifta4:.,....i. r API S 1 1 1 'e 101 r Pi am T at-vim!, r 011111 It I 1 BO 0 T.1 ( Pirilt Gam.) ''''''
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NEW YORK, June S (UPI) Hoyt Wilhelm al altOady
tOady altOady has made believers of American League hit hitters
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Wilhelm's 9-0 record and astound astound1st
1st astound1st 0.99 earned run average speak
fok themselves and manager Paul
Rischards insists the Orioles' secotlid-place
standing ought to do the
Same.
.1,'We can go all the way," Bich Bichaids
aids Bichaids has been preaching since the
'Dirt of the season. "We'll go as
lir as our pitching will take us."
Nell, yesterday Wilhelm's pitch pitchirik
irik pitchirik took the Orioles into second
place via a 3-0 victory over the
Klinsas City Athletics. The erts ertswhile
while ertswhile ragamuffins of the league
ate only one game behind the
fitst-place Chicago White Sox and
ate a half-game ahead of the third thirdglace
glace thirdglace Cleveland Indians both of
whom split their Sunday double doublehfaders.
hfaders. doublehfaders. ; The White Sox scored a 9-4
victory in their opener but lost
the nightcap to the Boston Rde
Sox, 4-2 and the Yankees bounc bouncIld
Ild bouncIld back from a 7-5 setback to
Seat the Indians, 4-3, before 59,-
823 at Cleveland. The Detroit
Tigers made it 23 out of 3 un untier
tier untier Jimmy Dykes with a 6-4 win
ever the Washington Senators.
)n the Nationdi League, the
Milwaukee Braves increased their
fitst-place margin to two games
by beating the Los Angeles Dodg Dodgets,
ets, Dodgets, 8-2. The Chicago Cubs beat
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-2, and I Ithe
the Ithe St. Louis Cardinals downed
the Philadelphia Phi llies, 2-0, af
Don Cardwell
Gino Cimoli
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dellhia (UPDPhiladellhia Millie nitcher Don Card Cardwell
well Cardwell knocked Si. Louis Cardinals
outfielder Gino Cimoli down with
ode punch Sunday when fisticuffs
broke out between the pair in the
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o a doubleheider.
ardwell was forced to leave
t e game because of an injury to
hia right thumb and right shoul shoulder
der shoulder in an ensuing scuffle. Cimo li
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,Cimoli exchanged words with
Cardwell and then strode toward
him after a Cardwell 0-2 pitch
feirced him into the dust. Card CardI
I CardI 11 came out to meet Cimoli and
c ught him with a glancing blow
t the faee and the outfielder fell.
tardwell then leaped on the
prone Cimoli and the two men
tussled on the third base side of
the infield. Players from both
benches and the bull pens rushed
out on the diamond.
Two St. Louis players pulled
eardwell off Cimoli by the legs.
Manager So Ily Remus of the Car Carcijnals
cijnals Carcijnals and pitcher Robin Roberts
of the Phi Ries engaged in a heat heattit
tit heattit exchange but order was re restored.
stored. restored. tCardwell tossed another pitch to
Clina li, a ball. He then signaled
fOr 'a cold towel and manager
nclie Sawyer of the Phi Is then
dicided to lift him in favor of
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ter an 114 defeat and the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reds defeated the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants, 7-1, after a 5-3 set setback.
back. setback. Gus "Friandos hit a two-run
homer and Billy Klaus singled
home Baltimore's other' run as
Wilhelm scored his' third shutout.
The lowest American I e.a g u e
LILA. for a complete season is
1.01 by -H..B. Leonard of Boston
in 1914 and..:the league record for
consecutive victories it 16 shared
by Walter Johnson, Joe Wood,
Lefty Grove and SchoOlboy Riwe.
The White- Sox routed Ike De Delook
look Delook with sit runs"in the second
inning and went in to win the o opener
pener opener with a 12-hit attack that
gave Dick Donovan-his third vic victory.
tory. victory. The'Red Solt; however, tag tagged
ged tagged Billy Pierce for three runs
in the first bluing ei the nightcap
and Frank Sullivan held the White
Sox sCorelese, until the ninth when
Leo Kiely !and Mike Fornieles bail bailed
ed bailed him tit.
The largest crowd of the big
league season savr,Herb Score fan
seven ind pitch a six-hitter that
ended the Indians' seven-game los losing
ing losing streaky-HomersAhv Irogi Ber Berra
ra Berra and Mary Ihrttniberry plus
Ryne Duren's 2' 2-3. innings of shut shutout
out shutout relief enabled the Yankees to
gain an even break. The split left
the Yankees in sixth place, 3 1-2
games behind the White Sox.
Eddie Yost clouted hvo homers
and Charlia Maxwell hit a two tworun
run tworun homer for the Tigers who
dealt Pedro Ramos his sixth de defeat.
feat. defeat. Ray Narleski, who pitched
the middle 4 14 innings, won his
second game against six losses.
The Braves sent 13 men to bat
and scored eight runs in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning to salvage the last
game of a three-game series with
Los Angelek. 'Bob Buhl, although
tagged for homers by Gil Hodges
and Don Demeter, went the dis distance
tance distance and allowed only four bits
in registering his fifth win. Bill
Bruton went 4-for-4 to lead the 12;
hit attack on four Dodger pitch pitchers.
ers. pitchers. Ernie Banks and Bobby Thom Thomson
son Thomson drove in two runs each for
the Cubs in their opener and then
Elmer Singletoe, Bill Henry and
Don Elston collaborated ain a
three-hit shutout in the nightcap.
Bob Friend struck out 10 batters
in the second game but lost 't
when Dale Long's Single and Walt
Moryn's double produced t r e
Cubs' run in the third inning.
Dave Philley and Harry An.
derson had three hits each to
pace a 16-hit Philadelphia at.
tack that netted Jack Meyer-his
fourth win but then Vinegar
bend Mizell pitched a five-hitter
for St. Louis in the nightcap.
Pitcher Don Cardwell and Cardi Cardinal
nal Cardinal outfielder Gino Cimoli had a
brief fight in the fifth inning of
the second game over an alleged
"brush-back pitch."
Jack Sanford pitched a six-hitter
and Daryl Spencer drove in
the two key runs for the Giants
who reduced Brooks Lawrence's
record to 3-8 in the opener. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Pena's four-hitter and Pete
Whisennant's double and single
led the Reds to their second-game
victory.
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"MACABRE"
Tuesday:
"Between Heaven and Hell"
by DUNE STEPEOPNONIC SONNO
Cltmet scomff
"SUMBA"
ramp Bierd 7:00
"Man Without
A Star"
TOMORROW!
MARGARITA 2:30 PAIL
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DUCHIN STORY"

CHIPS IN Ann Stranahan,
wife of Frank, the touring A American
merican American professional, practiced
the Ladies' British Open Cham Championship
pionship Championship on Ascot links.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 135 official at bats)
National League
0 AB R H Pct.
iron, Mil. 51 209 40 87 .416
irgess, Pitt. 46 158 20 55 .548
yetis, S.F. 52 207 39 69 333
luehee, Phi 49 180 28 59 .328
nson, Cin. 53 220 46 72 .327
Us, S.F. 53 215 47 69 .321
pie, Cin. 48 209 40 67 .321
liton, Mil. 43 165 28 53 .321
lite, St. L. 45 150 21 28 .320
lean. Mil. 48 164 21 52 .317
Aaron, Mil.
Burgess, Pitt.
Cepeda, S.F.
Bouchee, Phi
Pinson, Cin.
Ma Ys, S.F.
Temple, Cin.
Bruton, Mil.
White, St. L.
Logan, Mil.
American League
Kuenn, Det. 43,170 25 59 .347
Fox, Chic. 52 211 28 69 .327
Ka line, Det. 50 198 26 64 .223
Runnels, Bos. 50 195 30 62 118
Wood ling, Balt. 47 147 19 46 .315
Williams, K.C. 39 142 22 44 .310
Phillips, Chic. 49 165 20 52 .3C8
Mantle, N.Y. 43 160 34 49 .306
Mahone, Bos, 50 194 34 58 .299
Lopez, N.Y. 40 174 30 52 .299
Rutis Baited In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson Reds,
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
Pinson, Reds
51
5t
48
45
43
43
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Lopez, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Jensen, Red Sox
41
33
36
35
36
HOME RUNS
IONALL EAGUE
o Braves 19
raves 15
, Reds 14
:ubs 13
Giants 13
NATIONAL'.
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 19
Colavito, Indians 14
Triandos, Orioles 13
Lemon, Senators 13
Allison, Senators 12
Jensen, Red Sox 12
Yost, Tigers 12
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 4 more decisions)
NATIONAL
LEAGUE
W Pct.
7 0 LOW
4 1 800
4 1 .830
7 2 .778
6 2 750
LEAGUE
0 0 .1600
5 1 .83:i
5 1 .833
5 2 .714
5 2 .714
Face, Pirates
Elston, Cubs
Rush, Braves
Mizell, Cards
Podres, Dodgers
AMERICAN
Wilhelm, Orioles
Larsen, Yankees
Fischer, Senators
Shaw, White Sox
Pappas, Orioles
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Prohibited for Minors under
18 years old!
Forrest Tucker, in
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Inas Gilbert's 3 Victories
Give Winston-Salem Title

By LES HAUSNER
SIOUX FALLS, S. D. (IND
Elias Gilbert scored an unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented three victories in leading
Winston-Salem, N. C., college to
the team title in the National
Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics
track and field meet here Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
Winston-Salem finished with 56
points to nip East Texas &Ate,
Commerce, Tex.. with 55.
Gilbert won all three hurdles
events. He clipped off 5he 440
yard lows in :53.6, the 120-yard
highs in :14.6, and the 220 lows
in :6126.
These were relatively I o w
times for Gilbert, but he was
hampered by a gusty wind.
Winston-Salem won the team
erown with only three athletes
Gilbert, Godfrey Moare and Rus Russell
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SPPEADEACLINO FIELDSweeping through the air like
a screaming bird, J. D. Howell wins the broad jump in the
Surrey County Senior, Junior and Youth Championships at
IMotspur Park in EnglandoatHe leaped 22 feet, 9 inches.
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Close Games
Night In PAF
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Close games and real clutch
shooting marked the second night
of play in the PAF Company Lev Level
el Level Basketball Tournament as four
more games passed into the rec
ord books. Of the four games only
one team, D Company, 1st Battie
Group, Fort Kobbe, managed to
completely overwhelm their op opponent
ponent opponent as they battered the highly
touted Navy Atlantic five 100-39.
In the first contest of the after afternoon
noon afternoon the men of Battery D, 517th
Artillery from Fort Amador sent
the J.W.T.C. Five from Fort Sher Sherman
man Sherman into the losers bracket by
downing them 54-51. The battery batterymen
men batterymen jumped off to a 28-18 lead at
halftime, but began to falter ear early
ly early in the second half.
By the time the clock had ticked
to within two minutes of the fin final
al final gun the Fort Sherman troopers
had tied the score at 47 all. A con continued
tinued continued spirited rally failed and the
Amador quintet sailed to the lead
to grab the decision.
Heading the tally makers for
the winning Fort Amador was Jee
Jacobs with 17 points, eleven of
them in the second half. High man
for the game was J.W.T.C.'s Allen
Hansen with 19.
Another close contest occured in
the second game as the Marine
Barracks and the 534th MP Coto Cotopany
pany Cotopany battled through forty min minutes
utes minutes of basketball. The MP's man managed
aged managed to hang on a gain a 48-43 de deeision,
eision, deeision, but only after they staved
off great surges by the Marines.
Frank McGovern was again the
big gun for the MPs won their sec second
ond second straight thriller of the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. McGovern dropped in 17,
but needed help from Sam Riojas,
who gathered 13. Stan Christian
was the hero of the game though
as he pumped in three quick bas basketa
keta basketa in the final minutes of play
to put the game on ice for the MPs.
The Marines pulled ahead late in
the closing minutes of the fourth
quarter, 39 38, when Christian let
loose Ivith his six point salvo. Mel Melvin
vin Melvin pared the Marines with
a 13. point effort,
Company D, ist Battle Group,
Fort Kobhe completely mauled the
Navy Atlantic squad 100-39 in the
third of the day's four contests.
The Infantrymen huilt up a quick
ld point lead at the end of one pe

reorprover DAILY lalirSPAPIE1

Runner-up East Texas had only
five men In the meet.
RAIL P I RFORMANC I
Wilbur Ross, Winston : Salem
coach, hailed the three-man per performance
formance performance as "the greatest in any
national track meet ever."
Moore aided the cause by pick picking
ing picking up a first in the hop, step and
jump. His 48' 24" performance
won'5 be allowed because of the
wind, but it exceedtd the old
mark of 46' 1112' set by Bob
Gutowski, Occidental, in 1957.
East Texas state picked up two
firsts in the two-night affair. Fri Friday
day Friday night, Jim Baird rewrote the
broad jump mark with a mighty
leap of 25' 3 1-4",exceeding the
old record of 24'9'.
Sid Garton, the East Texas
frosh sprint sensation, won the
220 yard dash Saturday night.
However, Garton was second to
Paul Winder of Morgan State,
Feature Second
Basketball Loop
----
riod and spread it to 20 by half halftime.
time. halftime. With a 39-19 lead going into the
third period they opened up with
a devastating fast break that li literally
terally literally ran the Navy into the floor.
By the time the third period end ended,
ed, ended, the men of Delta Company
had themselves a 50 point bulge
with the score at 74-24.
Still hitting on a tremenduous
percentage of their shots, they pil piled
ed piled up another 26 points in the inst
quarter to gain an eved 100 for
their night's work. Leading the at attack
tack attack was Bob Palmer with 32.
Palmer's big assists came from
John Whitehead, Jerry Wilso n,
John Phillis and Wally Ryan, who
all hit in the double figures.
Whitehend and Palmer both
played terrific floor games along
with heir scorino efforts. T h e
two Kobbe hustlers constantly in intercented
tercented intercented passes and stole the
hell from the confose0 sailors.
The rebounding of Phillis, Ryan
nnd Wilson kept tb- ball at the
Kobbe end of the floor almost
constantly.
The scoring twins from the U.S.
Army Signal Service, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Bernie Kroeger and Dick Kyl Kylle
le Kylle contributed 73 points apiece to
the Simla! Sorvice cause as they

downed the 00th Air Baqe Group!
of Albroolc APR VINT in the toorn- No Change
pv, 9,"0,1n, pame thus:
far. AIL All 11.

With only one mnlite reeeninine
the score wan tied at lig R 11 when
Kroeger his wilt' n one bnniter
shet nert she sieral Service into
the lead. '11-(1 brztlinr, msirke4
the lant ,-inuto nlnv and AL
brook could only mnnftee to pick
up a nitwit, noint.
Kroeger nnd lle were over overnhadowed
nhadowed overnhadowed by Jerry Patrie of Al Albrook
brook Albrook who hit the cord.; for a big
14 nointn The lnnky 0'4' forward
hit conntantlY from the right nide
with lone (MP hnneern and then
cleard she board.; to tnn in hin
sentumstion nhotn, Tom r1nker Wal
inqsnimentel in keening she Ewe
close an he pinved one of the bent
floor enmen of 'he 'ournament
while collecting nointn.
Action will continue todav with
four omen beginning at 1:30, 3:00
13:30 and 8:00 o'cloctil.

Baltimore, Md., in the 100, Gar Gartons
tons Gartons other epteialty
SET THRE1 ()TARR RECORDS
Beisde Baird's broad Jump
mark, records were set in the
220-yard dash, the two mile run
and the shot put.
Paul Whiteley, Emporia, Kan.,
State, who won the mile Saturday
night in 4:11.2, Friday night es established
tablished established a new standard of 9:06
in the two mile event. The old
time was 9:09.5 by Don Shepard
of Howard Payne, set last year.
Finishing third in team scoring
was Emproia with 36 1-5. Other
top scorers included morgan
State 33, Kearney 26, Humboldt
State, Arcat a, Calif. 23 1-5,
Southern Univer sit'y, Baton
Baton Rouge, La., 18, Western Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, Macomb, 18, Prairie
View, Tex., 16, Grambling 16 and
Idaho State, Pocatello, 14.

Illinimi.,
Reginald Douglas' consistent seven-year-old
Argentine horse Ga Gavilan
vilan Gavilan yesterday scored a &mash &mashing
ing &mashing $52.80 upset victory in the feat featured
ured featured $750 seven furlong sprint for
second &eries imported racers at
the President Remon racetrack.
Gavilan, a close fourth last
week and in the money in most of.
his recent starts, went off a rank
outsider. Off well, he raoed De Dependable
pendable Dependable to the homestretch
where he moved to the front and
held El Tunchi safe in the run to
the wire.
Dependable quit badly in the
stretch after opening a three threelength
length threelength lead down the far end of
the backstretch. He barely lasted
to save third place by a nose over
Nebrisca. Yucatan, Bright Spur
and Horacio bunched close be behind
hind behind at the finish. Next came Xis Xistullari
tullari Xistullari and Manuela Pedraza
wound up a distant last.
Gavilan, which was ridden by
Amado Credidio, paid 67.60 place
and combined with El Tunchi for
a $199.20 one-two payoff-tops for
the day. The only other lonialot
winner was Skoll whch was ridden
by leading jockey Baeza. Skoll
paid a whopping $23.80.
Baeza also won with Puerto Ma Madero
dero Madero and Sputnik to share ridings
honors with arch-rival Heliodoro
Gustines. Both won three races.
Apprentice rider Rolando Cruz
won two.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1Blue Paint $6, 43.40
2Second Cup $4.80
SECOND RACE
1Skoll $23.80, $8
2Madame Cucu $10.80
First Double: $9010
THIRD RACE
1Julie $3.40, $2.60
2Tanganica $3
FOURTH RACE
1Silver Girl $6, $3.40
2Filon $3
Quiniela: -$12
1Chito $5.80, 3.40
2Daniel 3.60
SIXTH RACE
1Mart let $3.80, $2.80
2Don Cirilo $5.40
SEVENTH RACE
1Vergniaux $6.20, $2.40
2 X-Bacancito $2.20
3 X-Tatin $2.20
XDead-heat for place.
Second Double: $13.60
EIGHTH RACE
1Don Sam $12.60, $3.40
2Luzbel $2.40
Oulniela: $7.40
NINTH RACE
IGavi Ian $52.80, $7.60
2EI Tunchi $3.20
OneTwo: $199.20
TENTH RACE
1Puerto Madero $3.60, $2.20
2Robbie $240
ELEVENTH RACE
1--Sputnik $4, $2.40
2Princesa Gitana $5
OnoTwo: $27.80
, At Dean
DETROIT (NEA) Dizzy
Dean says a ballplayer's biggest
problem today is the same as it
was 20-25 years ago.
"Tryin' to get More money out
of the front office," says the Halfof-Fame
pitcher. "The year I
WWI 30 games for the Cardinals
I got paid $7,500. The next yPar
X held out for $25,500. I picked
that figure because they-1 111-
ways said Lefty Grove was the
highest paid pitcher of all lime.
Ile made 25 grand. I wanted $S00
more. I got
"Philip K. Wrigley paid me
more money Iry three years with
the Cubs, when I was through,
than I got la six years with the
Cudinale

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National League
TEAMS
Milwaukao
San Francisco
Chicago
Los Angolos
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Philacialphia
St. Louis
W L
31 20
30 23
28 25
,28 26
27 26
25 28
20 30
20 31
Pct. GB
300
.566 2
.528 4
.519 412
.509 5
.412 7
.400 1014
.392 11
Today's Games
Chicago at Milwaukee
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N)
Only games scheduled
M
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 000 000 110-2 4 1
Milwaukee 000 000 80x-8 12 0
Drysdale (5-5), McDevitt, Fow Fowler,
ler, Fowler, Klippstein and Roseboro
Buhl (5-2) and Crandall.
(First Game)
San Francisco 000 201 011-5 10 1
Cincinnati 200 000 010-3 0
Sanford (7-6) and Landrith.
Lawrence (3-6), Jeffcoat, Ack Acker
er Acker and Bailey.
(Second Game)
San Francisco 000 000 100-1 4 3
Cincinnati 210 004 00x-7 10 0
McCormick (3-4), Worthington,
Shipley and Schmidt.
Pena (3-3) and Dotterer.
(First Gams)
St. Louis 034 000 020-9 14 8
Philadelphia 400 041 11x-1118 0
Brosman, Blaylock, Broglio (0-5)
Grissom and H. Smith.
Gomez, Semproch, Meyer (4-2,
Phillips, Conley and Sawatski.
(Second Gams)
St. Louis 020 000 000-2 8 0
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 5 0
Mizell (r-2) and Katt.
Cardwell (14), Meyer, Simmons
and Thomas.
(First Game)
Chicago 100 020 010-4 9 1
Pittsburgh 000 010 010-2 4 2
Buzhardt (2-2), Henry and Nee Neeman.
man. Neeman. Haddix (4-4), Faee and Burgess.
(Second Game)
Chicago 000 100 000..4 5 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 000-0 3 0
Singleton (2-1), Henry, Elston
and S. Taylor.
Friend (2-8), Face and Foiles.

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MAMARONECK, N. Y. (NEA) from Meadow Breok with his long-It
may safely be said that never irons. The handsome Riviere a
before in 58 runnings of the Rice tackle of- a couple of yeers
United States Open Championship ago, is the Souchak t30pe.i- 0
has the battle-ground been so fa- Greiner, fortyish and with lilt
miliar to so many as the West Knickerbocker Club of N q w
Course iof the Winged Foot 3olf Jersey, has had control of the ball
Club, Jtine 11-13. since be was a Baltimore alea aleaThere
There aleaThere are numerous reasons for tem.. The small compatt, Memo?
this. A number of the top playing the Rockaway Hunt Club is a pro proprofessionals
professionals proprofessionals served their appren- mising cousin of Jackie Burke.
ticeship at the famous Westches- The tall, willowy Dee of the Scars Scarster
ter Scarster layout. Many more worked in dale Golf Club once turned in a
pro shops in the New York me- 63 on the West Course.
rrpolitan area. Ben Hogan, for ex- It's tough eneugh to win the
ample, spent four years at the Open under ordinary circum circumnearby
nearby circumnearby Century Country Club. He stances with unknown like Jack
played in five Metropolitan Opens Fleck popping up here and there
over the West Course. Winged This trip you not' only have the
Foot, you see, happens to be ever- Hogans and all the rest, but a ful fulrybody's
rybody's fulrybody's course. Touring pros drop ly-equipped home guard ready,
in for one-day tournaments or a able and eager.
friendly round. One tremendously
popular playing pro 'succeeded an-
(Ater when Claude Harmon re- manuel Armenteros
placed Craig Wood.
The only American courses that
could be compared to Winged Iroot Signs Tor June 28
ht With !band.
as a magnet to the genuinely line
shotmaker are Pine Valley in the to'
Philadelphia district and in
burgh's Oakmont during the reign
of William C. Fownes. MEXICO, CITY, Juno 1 (UPI,
Cuban bantamweight boxer
It would bo difficult to name an Manuel Armentaros annotincod
oatstanding player who is not well here today that ito has signod
acquainted with the West Come, for a fight Juno 28 against To Tostarting
starting Tostarting with Tommy Bolt, the de- to lbarra, Panamanian bantam bantamfending
fending bantamfending champion. weight contender.
Practically all of the superior Juan Mat, Armenterost man manshotmakersArnold
shotmakersArnold manshotmakersArnold Palmer, Art agar, said that negotiation& fad
Wall, Jr., Dr. Cary Middlecoff, fight with the Maskan Chino".
Julius Boros, Dow Finsterwald, Rosaloo failed. ffo and his bolts.
Jay Hebert and the restknow will loavo Juno 25 for the Cor
precisely what to expect. tral American country.
Then there is the home team
composed of Claude Harmon and
what he calls his nine chicks 1
'
Harmon, in his early 40's, and fel fellows
lows fellows who worked with him at A ppea rance
Winged Foot and Seminole in Flo Floride
ride Floride will take a lot of beating. His
line of former and present as- BALTIMORE ,-I---(NEA) Wbee
sistants who qualified include, Art Wall, Jr., shot the losvest
Dick Mayer, Mike Sou cha k, round of his Professional .Golfer's
Jackie Burke, Shelley Mayfield, Association tour career, which
Jay Riviere, Otto Greiner, Dave dates back to 11)50, Fred Hawkins
Marr, Harry Dee and Jimmy Mc- came up with a wiseciack;
Hale, an amateur and a veteran "We'll have to' put weight ell
Walker Cup player who 'is now a him and handicap him the way
wealthy insurance executive. they do running horses," said
Fred.
Mayer, tho porfaci. golfer who Wall turned 'in a 63 in the Jir Jireradicated
eradicated Jireradicated Middlecoff in the play- lington Hotel Open at Hot Springs
off at Iverness in .1957, is a tre- Ark.
mendous threat here, where !)e There's a Wall-to-Wall appeal,.
started to play as' an amateur at ance to the PAGA tour'e itatistice.
i4: Souchak, the bulky one-time As the money players had it out
Duke place-kicker, led New York in the Eastern Open Invitational
metropolitan qualifiers by three at Baltimore's Pine Ridge, Am
strokes. Burke,. the Houston real- iable Art led the money winners,
tor, is stire to be back on his game top ten and Ryder Cup standing
and tho blond Mayfield comes and the Wilke wasps.

MONDAY,. JUNI l

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TEAMS W 1.) Pat. Gil
Chicago 29 23 ..131
Baltimore 21' 24 .131 1;
Clovoland 26 33 ,.531 14
Kansas City '' 24 24 .500 1,
Detroit 21-.25 .500 3'1!
Now York 254 21 ..490 3116
Washington ',23, 29 '...442
Bolton -22,21 .A40 6.4
TOday's Games
, Detroit at Boston (N) ,1
Only game scheduled o
al 'I
Yesterday's Results 17.!
(First Game)
New York 000 002 001-5 4
Cleveland 000 021 040x 10'1
Bronstad and Howard.
Larsen (5-1), Duren, Coate 6,
Score (6-3) and Nixon.
(Second Cla me )
New York 040 000 000-14 1 x
Cleveland 000 000 300-1 1 41.
Maas (4-3), Duren and Berra.
Relish (5-3), Grant, Garettp,
Perry, Cicotte and Fittgerald.
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(First Gams)
Boston 100 OM 210-4 10 1
Chicago 061 000 02x--9 12
De lock (5-4), Hoeft, Wail, Hsu Hsumann
mann Hsumann and Daley. a
Donovan (3-3), Staley and Lot. ;
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Chicago 000 000 002-2 8
Sullivan (34), KielY, remits lel.
and White.

Piero '034), Lotman, Lein anti
Romano.
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Herbert (4-4), MeYer and House.-
Washington 012 000 010-4 1,141
Detroit 004 010 10a-4 7-1!
Ramos (8-6), Stobbs,,Romonosky!
and Porter, Courtney.
Mossi, Narleski (2-6), Sigler and
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FAMILY boating meal
dren aboard, and they w
haPtty part of full afloat
pie safety preparation's ar
Youngsters have beer
out on boats ever sin(
were a 'few months old.
children romp safely in t
pit,, of ,a power or sai
moored out of harm's w
a leash and safety Immo.
like those used by offshhi
lori'in rough Weather.'
An older child may
, safely with an adult in
helot or r)inabout once
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life vest, hie 'the' dan
mdving abteut"Willte stan
Life preservers are not
Teacp your. child to
sotin as poskible.cTins'
ftPr of water.
Onee a small child le
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life jacket whenever' he
A non swimmer,
though he has on a jacl
notknow how to turn o,
keep his face out of the
,
Stock up .now with
small life jadkett toe -y(
children, those of you
and the friends youngstl
want to bring along.
a rule that your younge
members wear life jac
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Aistributd ,NEA Service
FAMILY boating means chi'.
dren aboard, and they will be a
haPjty part of furl afloat if sim-
pie safety preparation's are made.
Yeungsters have been taken
out on boats ever since they
were, a 'few months old. Smallest
clilldren romp safely in the cock cockPit,,
Pit,, cockPit,, of ,a power or sailboat if
moored out of harm's way with
a leash and safety harness, much
like those used by offshhore sai sailori'in
lori'in sailori'in rough Weather.'
An older child may go out
safely with an -ailult in a row rowhelot
helot rowhelot or rUnabout once he has
been instruetid tia wear a
life vest, and' 'the dangers of
abatt"-Wilifel
Life preservers are not enough.
Teacp your. child to swim as
s6orn a's poskible,('This 'prevents
fen. of water.'
Onee a small child learns to
sat' he -sheiltd kill Wear his
life jacket. whenever' he is"ooat is"ooatiitr5
iitr5 is"ooatiitr5 A non swimmer, even
though he has on a jacket, may
netknow how to turn over and
keep his face out of the water.
,
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small life jaekets fot "your, oWn
children, those of your guests
and the friends youngsters may
want to bring along. Make it
a rule that your youngest crew
riembers wear life jackets a

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fla Panamefla de Seguros, S.A. has chosen
WHEN THE YANKEES NEED her best players and has said she
a right-hand pinch-hitter, how- is out to beat LindO'S team.
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ty proprietors are close allied and E. E. de Obaldia, captain of
in business other than 'asehall. Colonial Insurance Co. have little
Dan Toppin and Arnold Johnson to say on what the outcome of
are associated in a vending ma- their matches will be.
chine company doing business on Remember. startinti time ie 3
a national scale.
When the Yankees peddled the Cro'ciTcCkoutcgeig.
Stadium real estate to the Approximations I
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,40, ',''-' ''''' 0- COLA() AL.1- DRIVE-IN a row last month.
Buffalo halved its twinbill with
, ,- come sAae Signed by; The Governor of the
,., 'pi. -1',.,' Il .i '' Miami, dropping the first, 3-0, and
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By the Author et 1.1 innings of the second contest com come
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a pair of homers in the nightcap
to evin matter for the Jets.
A two-run triple by, Tony Gon GonTelex
Telex GonTelex in the fifth inning won the r irst PrI7e
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round the dock and aboard.
Remind older children of pro proper
per proper use for your cushion perserv perservers.
ers. perservers. These provide best flotation
when the arms are placed
through the loops on each side so
that the cushion rests on your
chest.
But life vests are preferable
for larger children as well wnen
they are sailing or playing in
small boats that might capsize.
Cushion preservers floating up
under an overturned boat require
considerable strength on the part
of a good swimmer to submerge
them and get them out.
Your children want to water
ski? Investigate the new belt belttyne
tyne belttyne preservers that are worn
by' ski contestants.' These are
not approved for official use but
call? keep' a skier afloat if he sud suddenly
denly suddenly spills and has his breath
knocked away.
Toth .'grilestVtho is uneasy
ori the water but spurns a jack jack'et,
'et, jack'et, carry some of the new clip clipon
on clipon safety packets that are no
larger than a pack of cigarettes
but, when squeezed, immediately
inflate from a CO2 cartridge in into
to into a water wing. Windbreaker
jackets that hide, flotation m ate ateinflatable
inflatable ateinflatable ilr.bledders are
available.
Neither of these 'items are
meant to replace approved life
jackets and cushions, but all
, help provide carefree fun.
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) was
downright inconsiderate of Rog Roger
er Roger Maris to have to undergo
an appendectomy the other day
just when Kansas City's "parent
club," New York, needed this
splendid young outfielder, batting
.328 at the moment.
When the Athletics last visited
Yankee Stadium, Harry Craft knew
what was coming.
"lf the Yankees want Maris,"
the manager said, "they'll have
to give up regulars like Jerry
Lumpe and Bobby Richardson. We
won't settle for guys from the
Richmond store."
So, with Maris under the knife,
George Weiss settled for Hector
Lopez, a butcher in the fi,eld but
a good right-hand batter, and
Ralph rerry, a pitcher of unli unlimited
mited unlimited potential, in exchange for
Lumpe, Tom Sturdivant, Johnny
Kucks and an athlete to be
named later.
Shortly after Col. Jacob Rup Ruppert
pert Ruppert called in George Weiss in
1931 to organize a Yankee firm
system, the rotund man from
New Haven started to acquire the
reputation of being the genius
behind the Yankees.- That lasted
as long as the assembly line pro produced.
duced. produced. But things aren't so good now
with the chain largely limited
to the Kansas City branch.
It isn't the ability of the corn cornbatants
batants cornbatants exchanged which disturbs
the other American League own owners
ers owners and officials. It is the ease
with which the Yankees trade
with their country cousins, The
traffic has become practically un
bearable-14 deals- -and 52 players
in four years. Several have con conveniently
veniently conveniently been 'moved back and
forth. Harry Simpson, Country
slaughter, Murry Dickson, Terry
and Mark Freeman are shuttl shuttling
ing shuttling names that come to mind
offhand.
IF BASEBALL HAD A commis commissioner
sioner commissioner in anything more than
name he would do something a about
bout about the underground railway
connecting Kansas City'a Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Stadium with the Bronx.
After the latest transaction, Char Charley
ley Charley Segar, Ford Frick's assis assistant
tant assistant and secretary-treasurer of
baseball, asked, "What could tile
commissioner tio2".-4.,. Ats.!
Well, all deals must have the
approval of the commissioner, and
if they aren't in the best in.
terests of the game the man
supposedly running the business
can call them off. But, then, may maybe
be maybe Frick believes that Kansas CI CIty
ty CIty being called a New York
farm is good for baseball. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps Frick considers remarks like
"The Yankees Just sent Ter Terry
ry Terry to Kansas City for seasoning,"
as small talk on the part of fans
and in the best interests.
When Frank Lane of Cleveland
sought to obtain Lopez as recent recently
ly recently as mid April of this year,
he was rebuffed by Craft wit.h,
"Get away, man, he's the best hit hitter
ter hitter we have."
WHEN THE YANKEES NEED
a right-hand pinch-hitter, how however,
ever, however, all George Wiss had to do
was press a button.
The New York and Kansas Ci City
ty City proprietors are closely allied
in business other than baseball.
Dan Toppin and Arnold Johnson
are associated in a vending ma machine
chine machine company doing business on
a national scale.
When the Yankees peddled the
Stadium real estate to the
Knights of Columbus, Johnson
leased the Stadium and re-iet
to the club. It was through TO TOping
ping TOping and Webb that Johnson be became
came became interested in baseball and
bought the Philadelphia Ath le letics.
tics. letics. That forced him to disasso disassoelate
elate disassoelate himself from the Yankees,
so he sold the lease on Yankee
Stadium to a man whose office
is situated across the hall from
his in the Chicago Merchandise
Mart.
By a strange coincidence, coowner-contractor
Webb of the
Yankees tore -down the old park
and built the new one for John Johnson
son Johnson in Kansas City.
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Eight Teims
To Vie For
Five Trophies
Today, something new in Pans-
ma wilt get under-way at 3:30
p.m. This as many already know
is the new Putt-Putt league.
In tlks league there are eight
teams, these teams will play one
match each week throughout the
season, therefore, the schedule has
bees made and each team will
play only one match against each
of the other teams in the league.
Team and individual competition
wW be prominent with appropiato
trophies to be awarded for the va various
rious various championships.
The trophies will be awarded in
five categories within the league.
Team championshin: awarded ti
the team winning the maximum
matches. Individual championship:
awarded to the individual having
the lowest season's average. Team
proficiency trophy: awarded to
the team with the lowest number
of strokes for the season. Indivi Individual
dual Individual "Hole-in-One" champion: a awarded
warded awarded to the player scoring the
greatest number of "Hole-inOne"
during the season. Now last, but
not least is a beautiful trophy a awarded
warded awarded to the womar, with the
lowest total during the season.
The player winning the league
individual championship trophy au automatically
tomatically automatically qualifies to compete in
Panama's invitational Putt Putt
Tournament. The winner of this
tournament Is sent to the United
States to compete in the National
Tournament of Champions.
Winners of the National which is
held in Fayetteville, North Caroli Carolina
na Carolina from Aug. 30 through Sept 2.
will receive the following awards:
National Champion: trophy and
$2,000 in cash. Runner-up: trophy
and $1,000 in cash. Third Place:
trophy and $500 in cash. Fourth
Place: trophy and $250 in cash.
Fifth through Twentieth Place:
tronhv and $100 in mill.
In the' league there are eight
leamii as mentioned abdt(e, these
teams have all be imonsored by
blisinesses who see the good in
athletic tompetiton.
First, there is Gataxle sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Colpan Motorkland eap eaptained
tained eaptained bv Eric A. Devalle meeting
the Btesh team which is captain captained
ed captained by beno Btesh, these two
teams are very evenly matched
and it should be a good fight.
In the second match. Alma
sponsored by Azucarera Nacional
and captained by Vilma Delvalle
playing against Los Indenendlen-,
tes, captaned by William Cardnte.
The results of this match could
be quite tm-tipected because of
the factors intolved, Los Indepen Independientes
dientes Independientes has a strong team, but
on the Ansa team there are some
attractive giris Who are also good
nlayers. Thus, it is a match of
beauty and brawn.
In the third match'. the 4antsen,
team sponsored bi Jantzen, meets
Cis. Panamella de Seguros, S.A.
which is also sponsored by the
eompany with the same name.
This match should prove to be 10P 10Psided
sided 10Psided in favor of Jantzen. has
been said that the Jantzen team'
is the stronger but time will tell.
Juan Lin& the,captain of Ant AntYen
Yen AntYen has said that his team wall go
unbeaten. Therefore, Blanca de
Obaldia, captain of Cia. Paname Panamefla
fla Panamefla de Sequros, S.A. has eb4zisen
her best players and has said she
is out to beat LinclO'S team.
On the fourth, and final match
Maria Elena A. de Moreno, capt captain
ain captain of Cuentas Comerciales, S.A.
and E. E. de Obaldia, captain of
Colonial Insurance Co. have little
to say on what the outcome of
their matches will be.
Remember. startinc time is a
o'clock tonight at the Putt-Putt
Golf Course.
Qichmend Climbs
To Within Game
Of ist Place In IL
NEW YORK, June II (UPI)
Richmond? boasting the second
longest winning street of the In International
ternational International Leaue season, swept
a doubleheader yesterday to climb
to within a game of first -place Bu
falo.
The Vees, stingy with their
Iruns, downed Montreal, 1-0 and 4-
1, to rack up their seventh straight
victory. Havana had won eight in
a row last month.
Buffalo halved its twinbill with
Miami, dropping the first, 3-0, and
winning the second, 2-1. Toronto
and Columbus also split, t h e
Leafs copping the first, 9-0, and
dropping the nightcap, 9-6, Have Haven&
n& Haven& edged Rochester, 2-1, in its o opener
pener opener with the second suspended
1 by curfew after seven innings of
!scoreless ball.
Richmond, limited to three hits
in the first game, scored the win winning
ning winning run in the fourth inning. Two
run outbursts in the first and sixth
innings of the second contest com completed
pleted completed the ouble win for the
Tees.
Louis Vassies fl'fth homer of
the season provided the Bisons
with a split after Miami tagged
Warren Hacker with the loss in
the opener.
finb riskele's limited Columbus
to five hits for his first shutout of
the year. but Tim Burgess t'outed
a pair of homers in the nightcap
to even matters for the Jets.
A two-run triple by, Tony Gon Gon1,slex
1,slex Gon1,slex in the fifth inning won the
fret geme for Havana. Vicente A Amor.
mor. Amor. lifted in the sixth when a
double ruined his no-hitter, won
;nrertr4 1 o '' '''''' a" n. rre n e
mor. lifted in the sixth whet
double ruined his no-hitter, v
hicseventh game of the year.
1,

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by
1 JOE WILLIAMS

In our time if there had been a
$2 million heist, and it involved
big names like Ford Frick, War Warren
ren Warren Giles and Joe Cronin we'd
manage somehow to get a stick of
type on it in the mail edition.
What kind of police reporters we
got these days, anyway?
This was a soft touch story, too.
No leg work, no buttering up the
desk sergeant, no nothing, practi.
cally. Just pick up the phone and
talk to Frank (Shag) Shaugnesay
in Montreal. So you get busted
ear drums? You also get your
story.
The rugged president of the In International
ternational International League is vehen.rn,
thunderously so, on the subject
"No matter how the majors try to
explain it, what it comes down to
is that they've robbed the minors
of $2 million. Another $2 million,
is more like it? for this is merely
their latest Brink's job.
"It's that dammed game-or-theweek
program they've sold to tele television.
vision. television. One ot them wasn't enough,
they had to peddle a second nne.
You notice they don't compete
with themselves. Oh, no! Thisl
one', strictly for the minors, an
entirely new market, the way it's
set up. They cut themselves in for
another hunk of TV money, with without
out without risking the loss of a saigle
cash admission."
Baseball's brass, Frick, Giles,
Cronin et al., have imposed res restrictions
trictions restrictions to protect minor league
home teams against simultaneous
TV presentations, but according
to Shaughnessy they don't work...
And he's skeptical they were tver
meant to work.
"What happens is that when one
station is blacked out, another and
stronger one comes in," said the
elder statesman of the minors.
"And let's face it. What chance
have we got to sell a minor league
game when the fans can get a
major league game for free?"
In addition to gate income, the
minors' local and regional TV re revenue,
venue, revenue, modest at best, is murder.
ously hit. In so meinstances, the
latter is rendered worthless. The
Montreal team, is one such ex.
ample cited by Shaughnessy.
"They used to get 8100,000 fr
their games. Now they can't give
them away. And hear thilL Beer
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0068 150.00 SOU ,154.04 2008
0168 1,000.00 1168 52,000.00 2168
0260 156.00 1268 154.00 2268
0368 124.60 1368 1541.00 2368
1144A 156.00 1488 184.00 2468
0568 156.00 18418 156.00 256A
0448 18440 10611 184.110 246A
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proximations are calculated on the rind, Second and Third prizes In case
a ticket should carry the numbers of each prize. tha holder is entitiad to
claim payment tor each.

DRAWING OF

Sunday, June 7, 1959
DTILIVing Nombor 1101
Fraction Ticket
First Prfre 68 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 93 3.00 60.00
Third Prize 72 2.00 10.00

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commercials in Citnada are pro prohibited.
hibited. prohibited. But who sponsors the
game-of-the-week we get? Right.
A brewery."
BLAMES UNCLE SAM
While vocally deploring TV's
paralyzirs; effect on the mmors,
baseball leaders, apparently teas teasoning
oning teasoning quick death is more merci merciful
ful merciful than prolonged agony, con continue
tinue continue to expand their activities m
this lucrative field. A national stir stirvey
vey stirvey estimates their take for the
current season at $12 million, al almost
most almost double that of five years sp.
Commissioner Frick. aggressi aggressively
vely aggressively opposed to TV invasions of
the minors, claims the situation is
hopless, and will continue to be,
as long as Uncle Sam refuses to
spell out baseball's position with
respect to anti-trust laws.
"Any attempt to restrict televi television,
sion, television, whether in the majors or the
minors," declares Frick "would
leave us liable to federal prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution as a monopoly."
Reminded of this, Shaughnessy
cried: "Please! You're breaking
my beet Maybe we're better off
than I thought. After all, what can
happen to us except complete ex extinction?"
tinction?" extinction?" DOWN TO HANDOUTS
Recently the baseball overlords
gathered at John Galbreath's pic picture
ture picture book farm, a pop fly from
Columbus, and took a long (three
days) look at the overall baseball'
scene. What they saw was urgent
need for player development and
minor league promotion. Boldly,
they reached into the TV kitty
and came up with $1. million.
Among those present wzo
Shaughnessy. Far from a rebel rebellious
lious rebellious maverick, press account"
had depicted him as being in en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic accord with what ap appeared
peared appeared to be no more than token
relief for the expiring minors.
"We're whipped an we know
it," grumbled the old Notre Dame
football coach and inventor of the
split baseball season. "We take
what we can get. Even a hand out.
At least, that's less painful then
la kick in the pants and more of
a novelty."
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PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2100 June 7,

whole ticket hal 11$ pieces which

First Prize 1168
second Prize 9693
Third Prize 8372

$ $ $
Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes
156.00 3068 156.00 4068 156.00
2,600.00 310A 2,600,00' 4164 2,600.00
156.00 3268 156.00 4268 iscoo
156.00 3368 156.00 4368 156.00
154.00 3461 156.08 44611 156.06
156.00 3568 156.00 4568 156.01
156.00 360A 154.00 4688 156.00
156.00 376R 1511.00 4768 156.00
156.00 3A61 156.110 4A08 156.00
156.00 396S 156.00 4068 156.00
Approximations Derived
1103 520.00 1166 520.04 1167
1164 520.00 1166 520.00 1160
Approximations Derived
2013 2800.00
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8367 104.00 I 83110 104.00 I 8371
83118 104.00 I X370 104.00 I 8373

Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were slid at: Tb. 1st. pan-iml, 2nd. Herrera snd 3rd. Herrera.
Hundred whole tickets ending in p and not incl uded in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars (MAO) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A'' Ss "H"

Signed by; The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.
tvasCed. 11-1072 JOSt DOMINGO SOTO PABLO A. PINEL M.
durillo G.--Ced. 11-14-37 Notary Public, Panama Secretary

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516A 2,600.00 6168 2,600.00 7168 2,000.00 8168
5268 15600 6268 156.00 7268 156.00 8268
5368 154.00 6368 156.00 736R 156.00 8360
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PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2101 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1959
,vivided In two series of 26 traction,. each denominated "A" and "It"

PARS'? PRIV
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Second Prize, Series A and 111. ef 7.800.00
I Third Prize Series A and S. of 3,90010
a Approximations, Series A and IL of 260.00
Prizes, Series A and of L300.00
$0 Prizek Series A and S. of 74.00
SOO Prism. Settles A and of 36.00
SECOND PRIZE
IS Approximations, Series A and IL of $ WOO
II Prizes. Series A and II. et 130.00
THIRD PRIZE
IR Approximations, Seriee A and 10, of sten
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Peikard Zona Libre, S. A. Colon
Pree Zone.
iiVANTED:Experienced States Statesside
side Statesside beauty operator. full or Part Parttime.
time. Parttime. Gone!! Bliss Beauty Shop,
Coco li Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
ARRIVING SOON
the
German
FORD TAUNUS
Tudors, Fordors, Station Wagons
at COSMOS, S. A.
Frangipani front National Stadium
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. to 12:M
2:00 p.m, to NM)
Saturday: 9:00 cm. to 12:00
aiMMWMlONt
Listen To
The OAS
Vananiencan
fR ecord Skow"
12:30 p.m.
HOG-YCN
Every Sunday

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MAL LIVE a ivau Mg. el
Besid Sella Fists Theatre and Branch
IApartments
FOR RENT:---Apartment at El
Cangreio. 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:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $50.00. Via Porras 101,
phone 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Furnished aoart aoartment
ment aoartment near Las Cumbres. Large
kitchen and living room, two twobedrooms,
bedrooms, twobedrooms, Laundry, hot water,
large lawns 575.00. Phone Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 5232.
FOR RENT:--Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
S50 00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors, reg regular
ular regular transportation. Phone 2-
3343 or 3-0471.
FOR RENT:In El Cangreio.
Furnished one bedroom apartment
with dining, livingroom, porch,
hot water. Also unfurnished two
bedroom apartment. Call 3-7453.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-Fl Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. Ws don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel 2-1905.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect dam ag e.
Prompt scientific treatment 66
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1,211. CRISTOBAL. Ca.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Consumer Co-Op
To Hear Panama
Attorney Speak
The Panama Consumer Coope Cooperative
rative Cooperative will present attorney Jose
de la O. Santizo, graduate of the
school of law of the National U University
niversity University of Panama, on Friday,
at the Ricardo Neumann High
School, across from the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Palace, at 7:30 p.m.
Santizo will speak on "Problems
of the so-called Criollo in Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian Legislation."
The public in general is invited
and is requested to come prepar prepared
ed prepared to ask questions and clarify
whatever doubs there may exist.
Hector Hicks
Suffers Kayo
in Maracaibo
MARACAIBO, Vono zuola, June
7 (UPI) Venom. lan Nelson
Estrada last night knocked out
Panamanian Hoctor Hicks in
tho soventh round of a schodul schodulolod
olod schodulolod ton-rounder.
A crowd of 5000 took In the
Olympic Stadium bout.

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ator operator with knowledge of bookkeeping. Write com complete
plete complete details covering education and experience and
send together with photograph to
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BOX 819
PANAMA, R. de P.

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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

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
ACIENCV DEHLIMER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Ail Tvpes of Auto Insurance
SEALS OFF BORDER
CAIRO ( LI'l )
Arai) Republic tat
MOH border with
Syrian frontier.
announced h,la
statement said 1
lion allegedly
Jordan.
The United
lied off ik vow
Jordan along the
the govvroinvoi
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FOR SA111-1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-356,
Coco Solo. Anytime.
FOR SALE: 1957 Coronet
Dodge hardtop, powertivte, Px,
wsw,.tropical overhead, excellent.
$184000. Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: Singer roadster
1953, good motor, tires, inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive transportation. Ford Vic Victoria
toria Victoria 1954, new tires and bat battery.
tery. battery. radio, excellent condition.
Balboa 2-6329- (4:30 to 6:30
only ) see at 222-A, Ancon.
FOR SALE:Ford 1950 black
And white, duai exhaust, skirts
lowered. Very good condition.
Phone Gamboa 256.
FOR SALE:-195S Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Exceilerit condition. Qtrs. 111,
Albrook, phone 86-4144.

FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000
miles $1465. Coco Solo 3 5'5
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 6 cylinder, standard
I shift, w.w. tires Low mileage.
Clean as a hound's tooth. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Call
,1 Mrs Brown, Panama 2-1759, be be1
1 be1 tween 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 um

FOR SALE:-1956 Buick Special
four door, hard top sedan, in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, equipped with
radio. Selling Price $112500
Call Mr Yohros, Panami 2-
1759, during business hours.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Coupe, Mo Model
del Model 1767, color Harbor Blue
rep, equipped with Turboolide,
Push Button Radio, & W. W.
tires, available for delivery at
Miami, Florida, on or about
July 11, 1959. $2,776.00. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. or Jack
Kerr, Colon 800.
CHEVROLET 2DR. Sedan
Good Tires Radio New
Batterv ',Good Transportation
$100.00 CaU Balboa
2-2933.
FOR SALE:Ford Fair lane 500,
Victoria Hardto p, 1955 with
Overdrive, two-tone ivory and
black, radio, and WSW tires.
Very good-looking economical
car, excellent condition. 51075,
No 750-B, Balboa Road. Tel. 2-
FOR SAILE:Good second ca.;
1950 V-8 Food 4 door. Good
tires. Just what you need for
going to work. Call Curundu
7116 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1957 Pontiac 4
door, powerglide transmission,
radio, undercoating, wsw tires,
13,000 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonable, Balboa 3241.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1957
Belvedere V-8 four doors, black
with radio, A-1 condition.
81800.00. Call Panama 3-4742.
Salesman Wong.
FOR SALE:-1955 2-door Pon Pontiac,
tiac, Pontiac, Hydra, radio EV glass
$1075.00, original owner. Phone
Cristobal 3-3225.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment. F and F Street, El
Cangreio. For information, Tel.
3-4968 all the day, after 6 to
Tel. 3-6737.
Guil'e
Bartenders' Club
Get New Officers
Arthur Yearwood was elected)
president of the Club Nacional.;
C.S.C., Bartenders, Waiters and
Cooks at a recent meeting.
Other officers elected were Al
fred Eranger, vice-president;
Frank Williams, secretary; Gas Gaspar
par Gaspar Williams, assistant secretary;
Rudolph Bryan. treasurer; Har Harold
old Harold Wade, business manager, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Moore, chaplain; Lester Wil Williams
liams Williams and Ambrose Johnson as
trustees.
The officers who were elected to
serve for six month terms will'
be installed on June 27.
PITR THE POOR MONKEYS
BERLIN tITI) The West
Bertii zoo toMiy told visitors to
stop feeding the monkeys. The zoo
said the monkeys get so many
rich snacks they torn their noses
up at their regidar foods and even
snob their keepers.

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COLON OFFICE: 15th and Amador
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:All kind of boxes
and cartons. Fabrica Caietas Clot Clotford.
ford. Clotford. Calls Q 21, El Econernico.
Tel. 2-0192.
FOR SALE: Wringer washer
$60 00, baby bathinette, $5.00;
baby iurne chair. $6 00; phone
Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE.--Leaying th country.
Beautiful French and ltalion
paintings framed. Calle 33a 3-59
ist. floor. after 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: Complete Library of
Universal Knowledge "THE
AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA"
in 36 Volumes perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Original cost over $400.
Sells for only $90. Phone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-6524.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi "Ami" Juke
Box in perfect condition, 200
selections. Telephone Panama
2-2105.
SPECIAL SALE
NEW ONLY ONE OF EACH
Apex Deluxe automatic electric
clothes dryer, Regular 369.00
now 180.00.
Apex Standard automatic electric
clothes dryer, regular 325.00
now 155.00.
Apex automatic dish washer,
regular 445.00 now 200.00.
1 Apex automatic clothes washer,
regular 325.00 now 150.00.
Trope Ice, S.A. 45th street and
Via Espaiia.
The following surplus property
is for sale on bids at the Fort
Clayton NCO Open Mess. Sealed
bids will be accepted until 17
June 1959. Property and other
mescellaneous items may be seen
at building No. 153, Ft. Cla Yton
C.Z. for information call 87-
3196 or 87-3116.
1 ea. Coin Counter.
lea. Refrigerator-6 door reacti reactiin
in reactiin 25 cY
1 ea. Refrigerator Household
25 CY.
2 ea. Refrigerators 25 cy.
6 ea. Booths Durochrome.
7 eac. Booths Durochrome.
1 sac. Booth I4 Round
1 ea. Table Aluminum Trim Trimmed
med Trimmed 301(42"
1 ea. Booths SAction 2 teat.
1 sta. Cooler Beer.
1 ea. Sink-double
1 ea. Machine Vending
1 ea. Bar Stool
1 ea. Mixmaster-Sunbeam.
4 ea. Sets turfains Bamboo.
-1'51 Zki4S' Prsteltilt:
1 ea. Fan Standing 25 cy.
1 ea. Fan Standing Wall Type.
1 ea. Fan Standing Wall Type.
1 ea. Fan Standing Wall Type.
13 ea. Tables Durochrome.
6 ea. Booths Section 1 seat.
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WANTED
WANTED: Employer leaving
Canal Zone lune 20th desires to
plase good maid. Call Balboa
6306.
WANTED: Housekeeper, age
25-35 with references, live in.
$35 month. Laundry, ironing,
cleaning, cooking. Phone Navy
3711. English necessary.

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CAPT. JOHN W. SIMONS motor officer, Corozal Motor Pool,
gives 500 Hour Club certificates to two drivers, after they had
accumulated more than 500 hours of sick leave time. At the left
is Arthur K. Bynoe, a heavy truck driver who has more than 20
years Exteral Service, 13 with U. S. Army Caribbean Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation Section, and who lives with his family of three children in
Rio Abajo. In the center is Emerson G. Carter, a chauffeur who
drives for the USARCARIB Badio Taxi Service. A resident of
Parque Letevre, he has 10 years federal service. He has been
with transportation for eight months. (Army Photo)

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,, Home Articles I
FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957.
asitematk dryer $1750O Otnt
299-A Atbrook AFL Phone 86-
3102 can b seen anytime atter
8:00 cm.
FOR SAILE:-1957 Phi Ica re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 12 cu. ft. Call Albrook
86-5289.
FOR SALE: Kenmoro Automatic
washer and Westinghouse Dryer
(110 Volts). Good condition
Boys Bicycles 20 and 26
inch. Quarry Hoights 3275.
FOR SALE:Percelain Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse dryer. new condition.
$125.00, Hollywood couch boil
$15 00. Two mahogany porch
chairs. $7.00. radio with 3 speed
record-player $25.00. China
teapot, sugar and creamor $5.00.
nevi, Balboa 2302.
FOR SALE:Portable G.E. tele television
vision television set 12" screen like new,
$75.00. Phone 86-6214.
it)R SALE:--Sewing machine,
Necchi, portable model DU.
Phone Ft. Kobbe 4203.
I Animals 1
Doberman female. Please return
the dog that you took in your car
from Calla Colombia. othonvisa
we wjli give your full description
to Secret Police.
1
Boots Cr Motors
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FOR SALE:--1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, extra wire wheels, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, tonneau cover, excellenf
condition. Call Sgt. Negron at
Alb. SUS or Navy 3309.
Boston Woman
Named To Post
Al Christ Church
BOSTON Mrs. Kathryn Ird
Cook of Boston was today named
president of the Mother Church,
The First Church of Crist, Scien Scientist,
tist, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
A native of South Bend, Ind.,.
she had devoted her entire time to
the practice of Christian Sci Science
ence Science healing for many years. Her
hiltband was George Shaw Cook.
A former Christian Science lectur lecturer,
er, lecturer, teacher, and editor, he served
as president of net Mother Church
just 20 years ago.
l'irrs. Cook's ppoinment was
Iannounced by the Christian sci science
ence science board of directors at the an annual
nual annual meeting. She succeeds Leo
nard T. Carney, a member of the
board of trustees of the Christian
Science Publishing Society. Mrs.
Cook will serve a one-year term.
Active in various capacities in
the Christian Science movement,
she accepte a position in the of office
fice office of the committee on publica publication
tion publication for Indiana in 1924. Since that
time, She has... been almost continuously-engaged
in some phase
of Christian Science work,'
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FOR SALIILate 500 and 1.000
motor in Om Nuevo Hionsitema
Urbanisation mama the Ramon
Ricotta& All lets with street
fronts. sows's, water stain and
alactricity. CaN W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Chalet in Las Cunt Cuntbre'
bre' Cuntbre' S15.000 concrete anti tile.
2 bedroom, 112 bathroom. 210-
2nd St.. Casa karch. open daily
for instroction.
iMiscellaneous I
NURSERY SCHOOL.:Open all
summer. Transportation provided.
Children 212 to 5 slums. House
875. Morgan A Balboa,
call Balboa 1214.
Mrs. Hugh Arnold
Recovering Mier
Brain Surgery
News that Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold
is making "very satisfacotory'
progress, following her recent o operation
peration operation for a brain tumor at Wal Walter
ter Walter Reed Hospital in Washington,
has been received at Balboa
Heights.
Mrs. Arnol, wife of Col. Arnold
formerly Lieutenant Governor of
the Canal Zone, was stricken ill
about two weeks ago. Surgery for
removal of the tumor was per performed
formed performed May 28. The pathological
examination showed that the
growth was benign.
A message was received by
friends at the end of the week that
Mrs. Arnold was sufficiently re recovered
covered recovered to sit up for a consider considerable
able considerable length of time.
Arnold, who served as Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering gild Construction Director of
the Panama Canal Company and
later as Lieutenant Governor, !s
presently 'assigned as Commander
,of the 20th Engineer Brigade at
Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
US Carries Mall
By 6uldit Missile
In Historic Feat
WASHINGTON, June 8 (UPI)--
The United States successfully car carried
ried carried mail by guided missile today.
The Post Office Department an announced
nounced announced that apProximately 3,000
letters were delivered at nearly
the speed of sound from a guided
missile submarine in the Atlantic
to a Naval Auxiliary Air Station
at Mayport, Fla., in a precedent precedentsetting
setting precedentsetting feat.
The successful experiment was
hailed by authorities here as "of
historic significance for the peo peoples
ples peoples of the entire world.'
The mail, shipment was carried
by a regplar training guided mis missile.
sile. missile. "'St (ired from the submar submarine
ine submarine Barbera 'and lands(' safely at
Mayport, near Jacksonville.
The Post Office Department said
"this peacetime employment of a
guided missile for the important
and practical purpose of carrying
mail is the first known official use
of missiles by any Pos, Office De Department
partment Department id any nation."
It said success of today expe experiment
riment experiment provided "extremely valu valuable
able valuable information of far reaching
importance to the future of the
United States mail service."
Rain In Sicily
May lige Cat
Democratic Vote
PALERMO, Sicily, June 8 (UPD
A rairedampened vote in Sicily's
stormy regional elections was fear feared
ed feared by anti-communist forces today
to have favored a red bid for more
power in the island's government.
Bad weather held yesterday's
balloting to far below the expect expected
ed expected heavy turnout. Italy's militant
communists are traditionally more
able to get their voters out, come
rain or shine, than less-disciplined
democratic parties.
Votes In the election, following
one of Italy's busiest political cam campaigns
paigns campaigns since the 1948 fight against
the communists, were being count counted
ed counted only today and final results
were not expected until well past
midnight.
BY 2:50 nm. the communist communistsupported
supported communistsupported alliance of incumbent
regional President Silvio Milazzo
had 398,263 votes to 299,719 for the
center groups led by Italian Prem Premier
ier Premier Antonio Segni" Christian Dem Democrats.
ocrats. Democrats. LEOPARD ON LOOSE
MANILA (IJPI)--A man-eating
Thiti leopard tihst escaped from
tho leo was hunted in Manila
woday by 350 policemen and a
team of tra4ned dogs.
The leopard jumped through a
seven-foot-high window in its den
and squeezed through the iron
grill of a cage.
The leopard arrived at the zoo
two months ago as a gift from
Prince Rongsivakorn Aphakorn,
Thai ambassador to the Philippines.

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e mare ket, thinking about investing, or just watching from tho
sidelines you'll find something of interest and potential value
in the series of articles that start below. The author, a noted
investment counselor who receives letters from-thousando Id
readers of his Investors' Guide, provides a realistic look at
the market today and tells what every investor or would-be
investor ought to know.

By SAM SHULSKY
The stock market boils along ;.
the highest levels in all histor:
Public interest mounts daily.
"Is the stock market high 0'
asks a machinist in Detroit.
Yes.
"Is it too high for Me to in.
vest?" writes a young salesman
in New York.
No.
Thousands of ,readers pose the
question "I feel I should own sec securities,
urities, securities, but I read so much 'of high
prices I am afraid to buy now."
To get into a discussion of what
is "high" or "too high' will only
lead you to the old vaudeville
gag of "bow high is up?' and to
no solution of your problem.
To excuse your inaction today
by falling back on the "gOod old
days" when you coUld have
boughht ri(z; common at one-half
its present price will get you no nothing
thing nothing but an hour of nostalgic rock rocking
ing rocking on the front porch. It won't
get you ts' portfolio for your old

age. ,,stock ,,market prices,- high public
If you ire talking. about what to Actitement, high enthusiasm. And
do with your 1959 mvestatde ,dol-' this is written without the slight slightlars
lars slightlars it will avail you nothing to g ,est knowledge of whether the stock
back to 1939 stock prices. Tnose inarket will continue climbing
prices and the 1939 dollarwill from this level, or will abruptly
never return. turn around and start going clown.
I am not saying here that ev- A businessman writes:
eryone with as much as ROO in "Inthe last 15 years I have sc.
the bank should rush out and buy cumulated 545,000 capital. I haW
securities. been waiting for lower prices. I
Your money should go into comw want to retire next year. What
mon stocks only after you have should I do?"
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lars it will avail you nothing to go
back to 1939 stock prices. Tnose
prices and the 1939 dollarwill
never return.
am not saying here that ev everyone
eryone everyone with as much as ROO in
the bank should rush out arid buy
securities.
Your money should go into comv
mon stocks only after you have
bought sufficient life insurance and
set aside enough savings to tide
your family over any foreseeable
emergency.
Money put into common stocks
(or any security) must be mooei
you can put out at risk.
There is no inveitment you can
make without risk the risk-that
the price of the security wia...,,go
down orlhat the purchasing km kmer
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Uneasy lies the lead that Towns
a buck. But if you do posSeSS in investable
vestable investable funds you. tO. yOur yOurself
self yOurself to do something- ibeitt!Pit,
make the money work for you at
least as hard as you worked for
it.
Money works in various ways:
In savings where it earns inter interest
est interest and, at the same time is al always
ways always available for your need;
In insurance, which proWcts
yourself and your family against
the hazards of,the unexpected; .;
In government' savings bond s,
where it grows steadily in va value;
lue; value; In corporation bonds, where it
provides interest;

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Gets Attedion From Church

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senior citizens are getting in increased
creased increased attention from church
groups.
One of the organizations leading
the way in efforts to keep old peo people
ple people from feeling lost among more
active younger church members,
is the National Lutheran Council,
a 40-year old cooperative agency
of Amerfcan Lutherahism.
The Council's' division of wel welfare
fare welfare reeently completed a study of
the role of the aged in church life.
It found that much can be done
both and for the elderly through
special help from pastors, church
councils and members.
"The rapid increase of older
persons Jo our population chal challenges
lenges challenges mid compels our congrega congregations
tions congregations to give more thought to the
needs and interests of older per persons,
sons, persons, and to provide programa
that will offer oPportunities for a
tentialities," the report said.
"Older people are no different
than other people in that cach
one is a separattv 'and,,,distinct
person with need tor comparl-'
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activity, adequate housing and
proper physical ,,,care. Older peo
ple, however, often find it more
difficult to satisfy these basic
needs.
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In common stocks, where NI
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,g ;. row with the company and the
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There is room 'for thes o.
jobs" in your financial set up.
knd though securities ownerbhipi
may come last, it has an impor-1
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,man vvhich can,,kest help you preserve,
,purchasibg power, during t h
long,time tredd 14ward a weaker!
the dollar ,;.;
sec- Steclelkice itte high today
high high price, high in relationship
ow." to 'underlying earnings and as
what sets. But if you therefore decide
only to wait until prices, corne edown,":
!vine until the market "breaks," you.'
d to may well spend the rest of your.
lifetime 'on, the beach. You may'
ooay never "catch the boat."
1 old
have If you have not already begun;
Aalf putting some of ..your investable'
i no- funds to work in securities, thC
rock- time to start as is the case with'
von't. so many important human endeav:'
old or is "now,:' in spite of high

For 15 years, this successful
businessman has put off investing,
fearing "high" ,prices which to,
day, in retrospect, appear ridicul.
ously low. Now if he wants te
'realize $2,000 or $2,500 retirement
income Irom bisAnoney he musl
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et at the. eg-tirfie Up t(a now) high
prlaeS4 ,.4
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la sharply'-kisiat:imarket. What id
he had waited.and the market hatl
beerOlidling. Vottldn't he k eve
been better off?
'Notitecisaillk. In the first
place no stock market rises kit
falls steadily over a 15, 10 or five
year period. Stocks, as the let
Morgan liked to. say, "will flue,
tuate." And it is these vary flue
tuations which make a steady,
conservative and long-time invest.
ment program far superior, foe
the averege man, to any attempi
tojtimp'in and out of the market,
trying to bity,low and sell high.
The answer is clear: if yott
have the funds to invest ale
haven't yet begun, the time te
start is now!
0
The study reported that the (514
er person has many perpexing
problems 'of Suffering, injustice,
loneliness, sickness and want. All
of these things fill him wilt
anxiety, giving him the nee& for
a way to meet his problems at
serenely as possible, the Luther.
ans found.
"The aging person wishes to be
Understood, accepted and appre
elated,' the report said. "He
wants to be treated as a person
with the same basic rights as oth,
er people. He desires to continue
to participate so long as he it
able in the life of both the eon
gregation and the community."
The proposed progra M
for:
Car pools of volunteers W
drive older persons to church.
Provision of hearing aids
ramps, rails along stairs and nia,
terials 'for persons with poor sight
Timing of services to &mitt
modate the aged.. ,e
Using older persons in churell
work such as telephoning, seers.
tarial chores, addressing envelopel
and other sedentary activities.
Providing opportunities fot
meaningful activity with personi
of the same age in special me,?.t
ing rooms. Refreshments shouli
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here for the Etist-1A'est four pow power
er power conference was expected to
give a oiscree, assist to toeir
nuclear offictais if the latter fail
to make headway.
The West submitted to the So Soviets
viets Soviets a number of detailed ques questions
tions questions for clarification of Russian
test ban alms.
The tj S. and British leaders
were e;spettted to press Soviet
delegation chief Semyon K. Tsar Tsarapkin
apkin Tsarapkin for full and clearcut an answers.
swers. answers. The U S delegation is headed
by Ambassador James Wads Wadsworth
worth Wadsworth the British by minister al
state for foreign affairs David
Ormsby Gore, who said yesterday
he feels sure there will be prog progress.
ress. progress. In ler-American Bank
Gels Strong Support
In Dillon Testimony
WASHINGTON, June 8--(UPII--
Undersecretary of State C. Doug Douglas
las Douglas Dillon said today that the pro proposed
posed proposed Inter-American Bank should
be a big help in aiding Latin Amer American
ican American nations to establish healthy
economies.
He urged Congress to approve
U.S. participation in the bank to
show the United States wants to
help its sister republics cope with
their economic development prob problems.
lems. problems. Dillon made his remarks in testi testimony
mony testimony before a House Banking Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee which is considering
legislation to authorize U.S. parti participation
cipation participation in the bank. A successsion
of administration officials have
supported the legislation.
Dillon said no Latin American
nation has enough resources to de develop
velop develop its full potential without out outside
side outside help. He said external capital
and technical assistance are nee,d nee,ded
ed nee,ded if Western Hemisphere nations
are to make real progress toward
establishing viable economies un under
der under stable, free institutions.
"The Inter-American Bank should
provide great impetus in helping
them to make that progress," he
said. "For the bank is uniquely
tailored to meet the needs of Latin
America."
Dillon said It is in the U.S. na national
tional national interest to support Latin
Aerican desires for the bank.
"The Inter-Aerican, development
bank will be a further and logical
expression of the special system of
relationship in this hemisphere
which is reflected in the Organiza Organizalion
lion Organizalion of American States," he
said.
PC Board Member
Reid Wins Senate
OK As Ambassador
Ugden R. Reid, who has serv served
ed served as a member of the Board of
Directors of the Panama Canal
Company since October 1956, has
been confirmed as United States
Ambassador to Israel.
The Senate confirmation of the
Presidential appointment came by
a. voice vote. News of the Senate
action was received at Balboa
Heights from the Canal's officc in
Washington.
Reid, formerly, editor and presi
dent of the New York Herald Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, has made a number of trips
to the isthmus to participate in
Canal affairs since his appoint appointment
ment appointment to the Board of Directors.
Accord;ng to the New Yo rk
Times, 1-iis confirmation to the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli post wris opposed on the floor
of the Senate by Sen. J. W. Ful Fulbright
bright Fulbright (D-Ark.) chairman of the
Foreign Relations Committee on
the grounds of the candidates
youth ai.d lack of experience in
Middle Fast affairs. Reid is 33
years old.
Fulbrght had opposed the nomi nomination
nation nomination in committee but it was re reported
ported reported f.v.irably by a vote of 10
to 4. A number of Senators of both
parties ;poke in Reid's behalf on
the floor before the voice vote
was taken.
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Oldach
Wednesday Morning
Mrs. Bonnie Roe Olciach, who
had lived in Panama since 1933,
died in her sleep Saturday
night at her home in Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. Death was attributed to a
corona ry thrombosis.
Funeral services will be held
Wednesday morning at 11 at
the Cathedral of St. Luke in
Ancon, and burial will be in Co Corozal
rozal Corozal Cemetery.
Mrs Oldach is survived by
her husband, Dr. William H.
Oldach, her mother, Mr. Caro Caroline
line Caroline Roe of Guthrie, Okla.; two
sons, Dr. Horace 0. Cobb of
Westborough, Mass., and New Newton
ton Newton R Cobb of Curundu: two
stepchildren, Dr. William
oldneh Jr. of Birmingham,
IMass and Lelia Cobb of West WestP
P WestP borough; and 13 grandchildren.

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Jets Clash
Over Frontier
BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) Is Israeli
raeli Israeli and United Arab Republic
jet warpianes clashed yesterday in
a high-altitude dogfight over the
Egyptian-Israeli frontier area. A
Cairo spokesman claimed onc Is Israeli
raeli Israeli Aircraft was hit and set
afire.
The air clash was followed by
an Arab charge that Israel was
plotting fresh "aggressive"
moves.
A new Arab quarrel between
the UAR and Jordan added to the
tension.
Middle East developments:
Syria, part of President Ga Gamai
mai Gamai Abdel Nasser's UAR closed
off its common border with its
Arab neighbor, Jordan, because
of "acts of provocation."
The Middle East News
Agency, semi official voice of the
UAR, said Arab circles had re received
ceived received information Israel was
planning to launch air and sea
attacks on UAR ships and planes.
The MENA report alleged that
such Israeli action was planned in
retaliation for UAR seizure of the
Israeli cargo of the Inger Toff,
a Danish ship, in the Suez Canal.
tin Jerusalem, Israeli Premier
David Ben-Gurion said in an in interview
terview interview with United Press Inter International
national International that Israel was ready to
consider neutralization or total
disarmament of the Middle East
to bring peace to the area. 13,it
be made it clear that either step
would have to be accompanied by
iron clad territorial guarantees
fpr Israel and Arab states alike).
Both Israel and the UAR in re reporting
porting reporting yesterday's air clash,
charged each other with invading
its territory and attacking its
planes.
A UAR military spokesinan,
quoted by Cairo radio, said two
Israeli planes entered Egyptian
air space and attacked a forma formation
tion formation of UAR planes on a training
flight.
The Cairo spokesman 'said one
of the Israeli planes was hit by
gunfire from a UAR fighter and
flew back ove'r the border in
flames, while the other Waned
undamaged.
A spokesman said the IJAR had
nrotested the incident to the U.N.
Egyptian Israeli Armistici Com Com1
1 Com1 mission.
Doctors Reveal Sex
Hormones Of Women
Ex lend Life Of Men
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPI)--
The essential body chemical of
femininity seems to prolong the
lives of men who have had heart
attacks, the annual meeting of the
American Therapeutic Society
was told Friday.
Dr. Oliver Kuzma, of the Un University
iversity University of Southern California,
Los Angeles, reported that of 339
men who got tiny daily doses of
the female chemical, 4.4 per cent
of them died within three years
after their heart attacks.
Of 220 men who had had heatt
attacks but were not given the
chemical, 12.3 per cent died with within
in within the three-year period.
The chemical the hormone,
-estrogen, which is made primarily
by the female sex glands but is
also produced in very tiny
amounts by the adrenal glands of
both sexes.
Since the arteries of women
are better preserved than men
and women are much less sub subject
ject subject to heart attacks, medical sci science
ence science has long suspected that es estrogen
trogen estrogen was responsible for the
greater longevity of the female.
Dr. Kuzma was reporting on
one phase of large-scale studies
centering around patients of the
T,os Angeles County Hospital. Dr.
Tessie Marmorston reported to
the same meeting on a second
Phase, that of women who suf-ered
heart attacks after the
menopause which drastically low lowors
ors lowors the amounts of estrogen in
the female body.
Shp reported that among 102
heart-attack women. mortality of
those given daily doses of estro estrogen
gen estrogen was 55 per cent of those who
weren't given estrogen. T h e
treated and non-treated women
were precisely "matched" in pairE
by age and by the complications
which went with their heart di disease.
sease. disease. Virgin Islands
Want US Navv
To Up Water Haul
ST. THOMAS. V. June 8
(UP1)Gov. John D. Merwin has
declared a state of emergency here
because of a water shortage and
has sent an emissary to Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico to ask the U.S. Navy to increase
its water haul.
St. Thomas has no fresh water
of its ownno rivers or under undereround
eround undereround streamsand depends for
its supply on rainwater plus the
United States Navy which hauls
water from Puerto Rico.
Merwin said he is asking the
commandant of the 10th Naval Dis District
trict District to shit) in water supplies On
a 24-hour basis until the island has
built up a is day reserve.
Rationing has been instituted and
the Governor said it would continue
"three to follr -" unless there
were a heavy rainfall.
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IT'S CHARITABLE Former airline stewardesses go aloft
againbut in bathing suits, not uniforms. The girls put on a
fashion show for charity, thousands of feet above San Francisco
in a plane. Seated is Mrs. Nancy Cooke de Herrera, fashion
consultant for the U.S. State Department. Models are, left to
right, Marianne Johnson, Jeanne Roberts, Mrs. Edred Barnes
and Mrs. Jack Baughman.

Unhealthy Rivalry Between
Services Flayed By Army Chief

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, Army chief
of staff, said yesterday only
"prompt decisions by competent
authority' can halt unhealthy
rivalry between the armed forces.
Taylor said that by "authority"
he meant the "Defense Depart Department.'
ment.' Department.' He did not say whether
he specifically. meant Secretary
Neil H. McElroy.
McElroy returned to Washing Washington
ton Washington from the Geneva conference
Saturday to a hornet's nest of
bickering.
The secretary, who conceded
the Joint Chiefs had still not
agreed on some major defense
platihing Tnoves, immediately
went Into conference with defense
officials over a "master plan'
which he has promised congress
by mid-June.
The plan will include a pro proposed
posed proposed settlement of the long longstanding
standing longstanding feud between the Army
and Air Force over the Nike NikeHercules
Hercules NikeHercules and Bomarc missiles.
In an interview over wDsu-nr,
New Orleans, Taylor said the mis missile
sile missile disagreements concern "very
important issues' involving future
defense patterns.
But he echoed McElroy's com comment
ment comment that "there is a much wider
area of agreement than there is
, disagreement."
22 Navy Men Up
For Advancement
Advancements are slated for
28 local Navy men next week in
the first, second and third class
ratings. The boosts are based
on competitive examinat ions
given in February.
The Naval Communications
Station listed the largest num number
ber number of promotions with 13. The
Balboa Harbor Defense Unit
followed with four.
Three men were named at
Rodman and Fifteenth Naval
District Staff; two at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Harbor Defense Unit; one
at Quarry Heights, District
Service Craft and Military Sea
Transportation Service.
Two rate designations and
one change-in-rate also were
announced.

Solon Flays Army Chiefs For Not

Making 'Hard Decisions' On Weapons

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Henry M. Jackson accused the
Joint Chiefs of Staff yesterday of
basing critical weapons decisions
on service politics rather than
military needs. He urged the ad
ministration to knock some heads
together.
The Washington Democrat, a
member of the Senate Armed
Services Committee, cited as a
case in point the current squab squabble
ble squabble over the Army's Nike-Hercules
anti-aircraft missile and its
Air Force rival, thellomarc.
He said the military chiefs
"give a little here, they give a
little there. We have that in anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft missiles. They get togeth together,
er, together, they trade. they come up
with a compromise. They don't
make hard decisions."
Jackson said the answer vas
for Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy to mak& "some hard hardboiled
boiled hardboiled decisions." 'He said Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has said that
McElroy has all necessar au authority
thority authority to make such decisions
and that he "must take the bull
by the horns" and make them.
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However, he said it was true
that there is competition, "very
keen competition.' And he said
the "competition for resources is
at the root of all rivalry between
the services.'
All the services, he said, "can
justify in their own minds and,
to a large degree, in the views
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, re requirements
quirements requirements which far exceed ther
likely defense budget."
Taylor recommended about
813,500,000,000 Army budget for
fiscal 1960 including the Nike Zeus
anti-missile missile program and
a call for 925,000 men. The ad administration
ministration administration pared that down to
about nine billion dollars and
planned on an 870,000-man Army.
Rep. F. Edward Hebert (D-La.;
asked Taylor if the competition
"does exist but that it is healthy
competition and not unhealthy."
Taylor replied, "certainly the
competition does exist, Mr. Heb Hebert,
ert, Hebert, and I would say that it goes
to extremes sometimes and in
some areas.'

Strauss Opposition Termed
Flank Attack On President

WASHINGTON (UPI) A Re Republican
publican Republican senator said yesterday the
campaign to reject Lewis L.
Strauss as secretary of commerce
was a "flank attack" on Presi President
dent President Eisenhower designed to hide
a poor Democratic congressional
record.
Rep. Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) said
the Democratic leadership has
"failed so far." He said "they're
hiding that by these diversionary
attacks on the President's ap apappointments."
appointments." apappointments." Strauss' opponents also spoke
up during the week end. Two
Democratic senators contended
that lack of "veracity" and "can "candor"
dor" "candor" made Strauss unfit for the
cabinet post.
The Senate began formal de debate
bate debate of the nomination last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. It will resume his wcek,
with both sides cautiously seeking
additional support in a battle
that may be as bitter and as
close as any this session.
Although Strauss' supporters
hower's news conference criti-,
cism last week of what a news newsman
man newsman called the "munitions lob lobby,"
by," lobby," Jackson said such operations
may be a real danger in certain
instances and tnat Congress
should take "a good hard look"
at the matter.
Eisenhower, who was said to
have been irked by an 'dyer 'dyertisement
tisement 'dyertisement implying a stop-order on
the Bomare would throw thou thousands
sands thousands of men out of work, said
"obviously something besides the
strict military needs of this coun
try" is influencing weapons de-1
cisions.
Jackson, who appeared on a ra radio
dio radio program, also called on the
administration to lay down a government-wide
policy on federal
employes, including retired mili military
tary military officers, who take jobs with
firms dealing with the govern government.
ment. government. 1le made the statemert when
qtiestioned about the announce announcement
ment announcement by Avco COTO., which holds
several big Air Force contracts
that it was hiring Lt. Gen. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence S. (Bill) Irvine, who retired
last month as deputy Air Force

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Boinber Ch.:Oh:004p

FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. June 8
(UPI)A 43-year-old ex-bombardier
has vivid memories of one
fateful night 16 years ago when a
B24 bomber with nine men aboard
vanished after a bombing raid on
Naples Italy.
Homer Drake, of Fort Lauder
dale, flew in the same formati,n
with the "ghost' bomber found
last week by a geologist 380
miles south of Benghazi, in the
Sahara Desert.
Although the men were official officially
ly officially listed as "presumed dead,'
their fate remains a mystery. The
tail assembly had broken off, but
the radio was in working order,
and bottles of waterwhich would
have been essential for desert
travelwere still full.
Investigators found the plane's
flight gear and crew's clothing in
their proper places. Everything
else was untouched.
The Army said the Liberator
left So luck Air Base for a raid
on Naples April 4, 1943, The pilot
of the aircraft that disappeared
was Lt. William J. Hatton of
Whitestone, N. Y.
Drake recalls on that day, 30
pldnes left on a high-altitughe, day daylight
light daylight bombing mission and that
Hatton was flying in the same
formation.
"It was Hatton's first mission,'
Drake said. "He and his crew
had just arrived from the States.'
Although the unprotected Libera Liberators
tors Liberators were met by enemy fighters,
Drake said, they fought their way
through.
"We made it back, low over
the sea beneath a storm,' Drake
continued.
All the planes, except Hatton's,
returned to So luck by following a
radio beam through total dark darkness.
ness. darkness. Anxious ground crews began the
long wait for the overdue bomber,
said Drake, who described those
few futile moments when "we
sweated it out.'
"Then we heard him,' Drake

Veterans Of Airborne Units
Thanked For D-Day Message

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"Please thank the former mem members
bers members of the 82nd and 101st Airborne
DiViSiOnti for their fine remem
brance of this 15th anniversary of
the gallant performance of these
two fine divisions,' Maj. Gen.
Robert F. Sink replied to Maj.
Gen. Charles L Dasher in a mes message
sage message receivcd at U.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean today.
"The second generation of the
82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions
a're the Stutegic Army Corps'
ready airborne divisionand are
believed they had a slight edge,
the final verdict appeared to rest
with a few senators who still
have not committed themselves.
One of these, Sen. John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy (D-Mass.), said yesterday he
would not make up his mind until
after reading the record and
hearing the debate. But he added
that he would give Strauss "the
benefit of every consideration."
Scott and Sen. Jacob K. Javits
(R N.Y.) supported Strauss in
week end radio and television ap appearances.
pearances. appearances. Opposition was ex expressed
pressed expressed by Sens. Wayne Morse
(D-Ore.) and Hubert H. Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey (D-Minn.).
Scott said hearings on the nomi nomination
nation nomination were "the most ruthlessly
pursued" that he has seen in
Washington:
Scott, appeared with Sen. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa.), who re replied
plied replied that Scott had "prejudged
the case." He denied any con concerted
certed concerted attack on President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's nominees. Clark said his'
own mind W8S not made up.
Morse, discussing Strauss'
character on another program,
commented that "if I were m the
same room with him and you
asked him the time of day, I'd'
look at the clock." He said
Strauss' r ecord has been "bad
from a standpoint of a lack of
veracity."
Both Javits and Humphrey said
tbey did notthink anti- semitism
had any part in the opposition to
Straoss.
"There isn't any such thing In Involved
volved Involved in this at all," Humnhrey
said In a radio interview (Radio
Press). "Very frankly. I'm sure
a nitimber of people didn't even
know what religion Mr. Strauss
had."
Javits said "I don't believe that
anti-semitism figures in this and
I denrecate very much its discus.
sion."
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said. "He passed over the airstrip
at about 100 leet.: Our radio offi officer
cer officer was screaming over the Mikis
but he never saw or heard us. He
just kept on goingheading back
out to sea. It was the last we
knew of him.'
Survivors of the nine men who
were first listed as missing and
then were "presumed dead' one
year later, greeted the news with
puzzlement but little optimism
that any of the men were still
alive.
David H. Hays, brother of Lt.
O. Hays, told United Press
International, "naturally, we hope
he might still be alive.'
A-Bomb Violations
Can Be Detected,
Scientists Say
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
group of American scientists said
yesterday a system can be set uP
to detect "any serious violation"
of a ban on nuclear bomb tests.
The executive committee of the
2,200-member Federation of
American Scientists urged the
United States to make an agree agreement
ment agreement to stop atomic bomb tests
"A primary objective of our for foreign
eign foreign policy."
The group said "no system of
inspection can be 100 per cent ef effective
fective effective in detecting very small
test explosions, but a system can
be develpoed which carries out
adequate sampling to prevent any
serious violation."
"The small risk that a nation
might attempt invasion with an
unimportant small bomb or two
must be weighed against the
much greatet risk of going on
with the arms race with no agree agreement
ment agreement in sight to limit it," the
scientists said.
They issued their all on the
eve of resumption of negotiations
on a test ban at Geneva.
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skilled, though and ready around
the clock," Sink added. 'Former
members should be p ro ud of
them.' (
Seven veterans in IISARCARIS
of the parilchute assault in Nor Normandy
mandy Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944, had
joined 12 yceng airborne officers
of the 8?nd and 101st at the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center in
sending greetings to airborne com commanders
manders commanders of that eventful day, Gen.
Maxwell D Taylor, U.S. A r my
chief of Staff; Gen. Matthew B.
Ridgway, retired chief of staff;
and Sink, now commanding gen general
eral general of the Eighteenth Corps at
Fort Bragg. N.C. which is respon responsible
sible responsible for STRAC divisions.
Dasher, in signing personal mes
sages to the generals as command commanding
ing commanding general of USARCARIB, add added
ed added "I join in the paratroopers'
greetings to you on this proud
day."
The airborne veterans in the
command from the D-Day jump
were Col. Carl A. Buechner, chief
of the Army Mission to Gua
temala; Maj. Michael C. Chester,
JWTC commander; Sfc.. Albert
Serowiec. Ordnance Section, Cero Cerozal;
zal; Cerozal; Sfc Gulord Stevenson, Sign Signal
al Signal Section, Corozal; Sfc. William
K. Elliott, Mortar Battery, lst
lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry
M-Sgt. Dennis Boniface, USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB School; and Sgt. Joseph
A. Donahue. 518th Engineer Com Company
pany Company (Combat).
The paratroop lieutenants are a among
mong among 124 Army Navy and Mar Marine
ine Marine officers from stations through throughout
out throughout the continental United States,
who are taking a three-w ee k
course at JWTC to learn how
to make the jungle an ally nod
use it to defeat an enemy. Also
enrolled in the course are 19 Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian Army officers.
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last July 4, had never giventAlp
hope that her youngest son mighr,
still be found.
The family of Lt. John S. WIA:
ravka, the plane's bombardier
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Cleveland with a brother, Aexa
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Ripslinger, Saginaw, Mich.;
Sgt. Robert E. tamotte,
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