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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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-Subject Of Secret Meet Today
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' PARIS, June 9 (UPI).--The United States, Britain and France are holding secret
' talkS ltOcial about A growing crisis in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization arising
, iron', Con. Charles -de Ceti lie's plans to give France atomic greatness.
News that the talks were underway was disclosed today in London by a spokes spokes'
' spokes' Mtn for the British Foreign Office. He said the talks were "about problems of com common
mon common conoern," But authoritative British sources said they concerned the question of
, stationing nuclear weapon 'stockpiles on French soil.

French served notice yes yes:,
:, yes:, terday that they will make no pew
enimitments to ,NATO unless
the UMted States and Britain .meet
, 100n te digetir4 the problem,
, This rencit attitude has esti'.
ed Gen,, Lauri Nersted Su Suprime
prime Suprime Allied commander in Ku Ku'
' Ku' rem te consider removing soma
200 American it-100 fighter-bombtars
-from France to ether NATO
, bases ht West Germany er Brit Brit,
, Brit,
Under the present arrangement,
with France refusing permision
, for the -nuclear bombs to be Ida,
, toned on French territory, theAl theAl,
, theAl, lied planes now would have to
-leave' their French bases and flY
to bases in some other NATO
cowitry to be armed.
Noratad's supreme headquarters

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Vice ChancellOrz end Eeonom Eeonom,
, Eeonom, les-Minister', from ,New, York
bounced heavily on Aanding at
London Airport today but was
Imdamaged despite--a faalt in
its hydraulic braking system.
London Airport called a "lull
emergency" after the pilot
signalled from over 'the English
Coast that he was having trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Fire engines screamed onto
the Tarmac to line the way..
But they were not needed.
Me pilot used. a supple supplementary
mentary supplementary braking system. and
set the big jet down with only
a bump.
Pan American World Airways
officials and a -West Gettnall
welcoming committee watched
the fire enginea take their po positfons.
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NEW 1CRE (UPI)--Stele wage
negotiators refused, to budge yes yesterdaV
terdaV yesterdaV in! another fruitless con contract
tract contract Session-. r
' The negotiation are snagged
Isith only three weeks left before
the July 1 strike deadline.
Both sides 'have described their
'positions as flexible but have ac acfused
fused acfused each other of being itkfleXt
ble in ,the bargaining on a new
agreement tovering' 500,000 basic
-steel workers. ,
R. Conrad Coop'er,.villei Indus Indus,'
,' Indus,' try negotiator. told a news confer conference
ence conference "We are stM waiting for
' signs of a flexible and reasonable
attitOde on the part of the union."
' David J. Mc Donald, president
' of the United Steelworkers Union,
said in a separate press confer confer'
' confer' once "We have-seen no evidence
of flexibility on the part of the
Industry's negotiatort.
' The steel industry has proposed
I one-year extension of the pres present
ent present contract plus elimination of
tie, cost-of-living escalator clause.
1 McDonald has termed this a
"minus zero" proposal und has
rejected it Am ,"economit ton.
, sense.'
Both Cooper. and Meilonald said
, they had received no communica communications
tions communications from federal mediators but
, both indicated they would be wig-,
Ing to meet with mediatcors if sp.
s.proached.
The negotiators will meet again
tomorrow morning.

Pacific Council
Tothdriow
,
:At, Admin 'Bidd
41. ,
The next regular nionthly meet meet'
' meet' ing of The Pacific Civic
cil will be bald in the Civil De Deo)
o) Deo) tense Room, Administration Build Buildinvat
invat Buildinvat 1,:ge ;The public is
, invited. ,

Demand For A-Power

reasons that without atomic stock stockpiles
piles stockpiles in France, the need to fly to
other bases is too dangerous a
risk in this day of swift nuclear
armament.
But President Do Gaulle still
holds to the view that he will not
permit nuclear stockpiling in
France at the present time.
Instead, he wants the United
States to help his country ex explode
plode explode an atomic bomb .which
Franco is 'now trying to pro produce.
duce. produce. De Gaulle also wants his allies'
to give France stronger support
for its policies in Algeria and a
bigger role in global strategy.
However, the United States is
forbidden by terms of the Atomic
Energy Act from giving anyone
certain nuclear secrets. Even if
the administration wanted to do
that, it would require congression congressional
al congressional action.
But AmeHcan officials are known
tO resent French tactics. Sen. Henry-
Jackson (D-Wash.), a member
of-the Joint congrssitmal commit committee
tee committee on atomk energyh summed up
Inuch,of this feeling -uteri he said
yesterday that 'we can't knuckle
tmder le,thia kits! tri Prdnch, black blackk
k blackk
4:t4:
-fielro) this otifforincli
or at least to make an attempt
in that direction-, French Seine Seinees
es Seinees ars suggesting that a mot moting
ing moting be' held behvesn President
Eisenhower and President De
Gaulle.
But the dispute continued to
simmer, In London, a meeting of
the Atlantic Congress overwhelm overwhelmingly
ingly overwhelmingly defeateda French effort to
have the rgathering support De
Gaulle's suggestions ott how NATO
should be reorganized.
The debate at the congress, a

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liamei4,,,01 Ex-Army
, 04. N
tletEllolding Ky
Jolis Bqing Probed
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NEW ,ORK, (UPI) ---Jtep. Al Alfred
fred Alfred Santangelo (0-N.Y.) said yes yesterday
terday yesterday he disclose in the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record this week the
names of 35 former Army officers
now in key positions in private in industry
dustry industry where they can influence
federal defense spending Santan Santangelo,
gelo, Santangelo, a member of the, House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee, said'in
Interview on the CBS radio pro,
gtam The World l'onight,' that
he had Do information that any of
these men had done anything
wrong but that they were in post posttions
tions posttions in which they might be able
to, exert influence on their form format
at format 'Army colleagues.
ale laid he had a great deal of
trouble getting the nettles of the
'former officers, all with ranks of
coloneLor above, who have gone
to work for private industry Sinee
they left the Army.

Here, I(Itty, 11(itty
Three nice cats are, I purring
hopefully today, under the pro protection
tection protection of the Canal Zone Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty t,o
Animals.
One is a grey male another
white femele, And the third is a
female tiger.
All want the same thing: a
home, and somebody io love.
Thes kitties are nice Pets,
shitable pr adoption, the Society
Please call Balboa 4169 and
SEMI your eat

Several Killed,
As Powder Depot
Explodes In Italy
COSENZA, ttely, Zune 9 (TIPI)
--A i black powder depot blew
Up in suburban San Vuto today.-
First reports said a MM. 1
ber of 'persons were killed and'
, injured.
Cosenza 'is a city of more than
13000 ,peOple.. It Is located in
Calabria in Southern Italy knd
occupies, the northern pert of,
tbe "Toe" et the Italian boot,

gathering of 600 non-official del delegates
egates delegates from 13 of the 14 NATO na nations,
tions, nations, was aczimonious at times.
Former Fronch defonse
istor Gos. Piorrs iillotte triod to
got a resolution carriod in sup support
port support of De Gaulle's NATO do domands.
mands. domands. Ho was shouted down in
a vole vote.
De Gaulle wants the NATO na nations
tions nations to have global rather than
regional military strategy, and
wants a bigger French voice in
that strategy planning and execution.

The
Judge's Bench

Intokication 'beCam'e 7S, chief
topic of consideration,',Ini Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate'S COVrttoda
four persons, one 'a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian woman, paid a total 4
$35 forfeppearing P03114 111P
able to' co.re ,for Ahemselvek
Virmegrk,Aw'rBatterkX0klirall
Attestett,., mat -Pier ilk- pleaded
guiltt; ttx the charge ind was
fined-VA I?
I3edro Castillo, 41, and Buena Buenaventura
ventura Buenaventura Valdes, 54, botil Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, were picked up on
Frangipani Stree, Ancon. Found
Castillo drew a $10
(second offense) and his part partner
ner partner $5.
The fourth was Jose U. Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, 38, Panamanian, also
picked ,up drunk and unable to
,care tor himself, He was fined
410.
. M. Blake, 44, Panama Panamaniar,I,
niar,I, Panamaniar,I, Was fined $10 for being in
the Paraiso Commissary with without
out without authorization. Although em employed
ployed employed in the Canal Zone, he
resides in Panama.
Pablo Vargas, 35, Panamanian,
was Sentenced to 30 days in jail
after being convicted of va vagrancy.
grancy. vagrancy. Vargas was picked up
by military police in the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Dump area. He has a
record of trespass and vagran vagrancy
cy vagrancy convictions going back to
1955.
Cash bail of tit wax declared'
forfeited to the court when Re Reginald
ginald Reginald Lamotte, 36 year old
Panamanian, failed to appear
to answer a charge of driving,
his truck with defective brakes.

WOIT101) Killed
In Freak Accident
With Lown Mower

COLLEGIVILLE, Pa. --(UPI)
Mrs. Leah Kel ly, 32, sat on the
porch yesterday, watching her
husband; John, cut their lawn with
a power mower.
Kelly tipped the. gasoline-powered
mower to maneuver it across
a 1 14 hick pipe imbedded in the
lawn from 'the ,house to the high highway.
way. highway. The blade struck the pipe and
snfipped. It fiew 35 feet and struck
Mrs. Kelly, on, the left side of the
neck, severing her jugular vein:
She died as a physician examined
her on the hwn.

Sy FRANK' SLEAZIER
WASHINGTON (UPI) Dean
G. Acheson, the well-known law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, rhetorician,4 and former sec
retary of state, is in print with
his first piece of fiction. What
everybody wants to know, he
complains, is who wrote it for
him.
Well, be wrote it' himself, while
resting of an evening from his la labors
bors labors before the Supreme Court
and other loftyAribunals. It runs
about 1,650 wordi and you can
read it under thr' title "The
Great Fish of Como,' in the Cur Current
rent Current Harper's 'magazine.
For those in a hurry, there wits
this fisherman, see, and he
hooked a 'big one, but lost it. And
I gather that anybody who tries
to make more thato that out of
this piece is wasting his time,

kit:oie the truth and,the'country is saf e

PANAMA, IL r., TUESDAY, JUNI 9, 1959

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Ike'vBid For Higher Rates
Ericciunters Stift Opposition

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WASHINGTON, Juno (UPIOLStrong ciingresEdopal op opposition
position opposition developed today to President Eisenhower's plea for
authority to pay higheg interest on government bonds.
Wilily rank-and-filet, Democrats -,chagged that such a
movefwould drive up the cost-of-living,' instead- of helping
to curb inflation as the President 'contended.
In requesting authority to pay higher interest on both
savings bonds and marketable bonds which are sold to big
investors, the President, proposed that ,o,11 legal ceilings. on
the interest be abolished.
The sharp opposition within Democratic ranks indicate
congress was not likely-to grant more than some increase in
the present ceilings. Some Democrats' vowed they would fight
even that.
Republicans mantfested no great Onthuslasm for the
legislation but said it appeared necessary.
The'administration has hoped to minimize debate and
speed Action ;by requesting the move asrpart of a package
bill including mmust'IT legislation to raise- the national,debt
tetihn
Democrats rejected that approach,They insisted, the
debOtelling measurt be handled separately, thereby insur insuring
ing insuring lengthy debate-over the proposed increase in bond in intered.
tered. intered. :

TCubans Who Tried To Extort
$3,000 From N.J. Man Jailed
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NEWARK, NI., Jerie 9 AM)
IWO Cubans Were arrested
last; night for glegedlytrying
to axtort $3000' from a Hoboken
man who was a policeman dur during
ing during tha 'Batista regima
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police Stdd thee inqn 'tried to
shake dOwn Bartholomew Nal Naldts,
dts, Naldts, 36, of Hoboken, by, thseat thseatMilitttitir
Militttitir thseatMilitttitir 1411S In 'bit ,brOthera,
6,,,turo who, aro
in piba, .9 ,t,k1,
Thi brothers served with the the.forces
.forces the.forces of former- dictator Ful Fulgencio
gencio Fulgencio Batista during the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban revolution won by Fidel
Castro, polite said.
Valdes paid $3000 four monhts
ago to have a third brother Re Refreed
freed Refreed by Castro forces,
police Said. Shortly afterwards,
Remigi0 was arrested again by
Castro polite and executed, ac according
cording according to police.
The suspects in the alleged
1 extortion plot are Roberto Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez of, Hoboken, and his
1 cousin, Alberto of Newark.
Capt. Bernard J. Mulvaney,
in charge of the 'night detec detective
tive detective bureau, said Valdes report reported
ed reported receiving a telephone call
Sunday night, warning him "If
you want your brothers to live,
give us $3000. We'll call back
witlx instructions 'where to put
the money.
Valdes reported the call to
Hoboken police, who went to
his house to await the second
call.
The cousins allegedly called
baek and told Valdes tO place
$3000 in a beer can, crush it
with his foot and place the can
in a telephone booth on Rt. 1,
tear Newark Airport.
Police wrapped $50 around a

Stork Supplement

Mr, and Mrs. Robert 1...
Thompson of aro tho
authors of a toot edition of
"Cheaper Sy !,the Dozen."
Thay halm not actually Writ Writton
ton Writton o book,: bue have", twitched
tho aUthor of tho popular story
in production. r.,.
The Thompson's )2th child,
daughtor, was born Sunday at
Gorgas Hospital, and, said 'Ow
mothor '-"itio aro,: very vied."
Sho' Is 'Ow fifth,- daughter and
will bo Jnamod Edna Jaan.,
Tho matornafc grandparants
are Mr.- and ,Mes.,' George Labor
of- Pan11111

"It's juet a light little story,,
based on an incident which I haP-I
pened to witness," "Acheson said.
"There is no deep hidden mean-1
int." ';,14
Mary McGrory, 'Who ponders
ouch literary efforts for the Wash Washington
ington Washington Star, In Sunday's paper an anpounced
pounced anpounced it a charminc story, and
expressed a desire te, see more
of the same. Tom Donne lly,
sr ,, for. the Washington
Daily news, When advised, that
Acheson said more indeed are in
prospect commented, "I think I
can weit."
This uts not the first ume Ache Acheson's
son's Acheson's 4publie endeavoil have
prompted certain differences of
opinion.,, He was Harry Yuman's
secretary of state from ,1049 on,
and friticism leveled at the Iate
Joh Iroster,,,Dulles prior to his
fatal Mnese wu mild compared

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wad at newspaper and placed
it in the can.
Hoboken, and Newark police
set up it sinikeout last night. At
11 p.m.,.ift, black carpulled up
to the. booth. Police,tald one of
the, COUSing went Into the booth
While', the otheewaited in the,
car, After he Vitked,41p),the call
closetVin 't
couZlitsiitereridere4
OUCa attlige4 PD1We Mid TbeY
IttiOted Valdeso who. termed im imseir
seir imseir a forMer Batista policeman
in 4, Cubit,' as saying, "even
thdugh my brothers are run running
ning running a great risk, want to
thank the police for the good
Joh 'they did in catching those
gangsters."

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One of the prisoners said at
Police headquarters, "I hate Ba Batista,
tista, Batista, he's killed a lot of peo people,"
ple," people," police said. :
The cousins told police they
didp't fight in the :eeent Cu Cuban
ban Cuban revolution, but that one of
them recently returned from
the.island.

Housemaid Pleads
Gui lly In $10 Theft
Worn Cl Employer

A 53-year-old Panamanian wom woman,
an, woman, who had worked as a house housemaid
maid housemaid at a Fort Kobbe residence,
wiks convicted of petty larceny in
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
after a $20 bill.missed from her
employer's residence was found in
the maid's possession.
The bill, along with a small dia diamond
mond diamond engagement ring, was miss missed
ed missed a-few moments after the maid,
Carmen Urueta, left the Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe quarters of Mrs. Mary B. Law Lawley.
ley. Lawley. A quick phone call resulted in
the maid being stopped at the
Kobbe main gate. From there she
Wall sent to Military Police author authorities
ities authorities for questioning.
She readily admitted taking the
S20 bill, and promptly returned it
to police. She was unable to give
any explanation for her action.
and has no prior police record.
Both to police and before the
Balboa Magistrate, the woman
denied having seen or taken the
ring, said to be of principally sen sentimental
timental sentimental value.
After pleading guilty she was
fined $25, given a suspended 5-day
jail sentence and placed on proba probalion
lion probalion for one year.

to some of the comments made'
about Acheson in his day.
He currently is enjoying, how however,
ever, however, along with Truman, John L.
Lewis and possibly others, a
great revival of public esteem.
People lately have been so nice
to Acheson, in fact, I suspect he's
beginning to worry. But his health
so far seems to be good.
Still, he's 66, and claims he's
no longer up to 'the kind of fish fishing
ing fishing om- for trout that he use&
to like. Thit's probably why be
bas,turned to story telling in
print,,in this case about the waitand-see
king oijishing he never
did care for. 'A
"Ive.always done a little of
this sort of writing, for relaica
Hon,' ,Acheson said. ,"Mostly it
was just for the amusement of
Imy- family and friends."

DAILY NEWSPAPER
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C n
re" Araham Lincoln

US Launches
New Polaris
Missile Sub

GROTON, Conn., June 9 (UPI)
The nation's first Polaris mis missile
sile missile submarine, USS George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, was launched today. Pre President
sident President Eisenhower said it "will
add greatly to our ability to pre preserve
serve preserve the peace.
The destructive potential of the
new submarine is so great that
the President, in a message read
by treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson, said "it is my prayer prayerful
ful prayerful hope that this ship will be al always
ways always ready but never used."
The Treasury Secretary's wife
christened the 380-foot, 5,400-ton
sub, which will be able to- launch
its rockets while submerged, a against
gainst against any enemy military instal installation
lation installation from any ocean in the
world.
The launching constituted a rec record
ord record for nuclear powered submar submarines.
ines. submarines. The George Washington, built
by the Electric Boat division of
General Dynamics Corp, hit the
water 14 months after design spe specifications
cifications specifications were approved by the
navy.
It is the 10th nuclear submarine
to be launched in five years.

5 Timber Poachers
'Who Farnied On Cl
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Put On Probation..,4t
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'lave become a major. nroblem On
.the Atlantie side yesterday as the
third case in recent. weeks was
heard at Cristobal Magistrate's
Court.
As in similar cases dealing with
first offenders, the court gave
each defendant a 10-day suspend suspended
ed suspended bentence and placed each of
the five on one years probation.
Most of the recent offenses have
Ocetared on or about the La Onda
Peninsula jutting out from the
east shore of Gatun Lake, an area
not far from the Panama border.
Panamanians living near the area
periodically search out fresh land
after the soil of their small sub subt:1
t:1 subt:1 estence p ts is exhausted.
Unfamil' r with the unmarked
boundirie tbe men stray about
for fresh, uncultivated soil, pre preferably
ferably preferably near their previous homes.
When they find it, they simply
clear the land and replant.
During recent weeks more than
35 acres have been so cleared in
the wilderness area along the
Gatun Lake shore. In the case
heard yesterday, a total of about
13 acres had been cleared by the
five men, and already planted in
corn and rice before authorities
discovered the cleared area.
Police say that due to difficult
terrain, surveillance of the area is
difficult without regular plane pa patrol,
trol, patrol, which s unavailable.
The five, who pleaded guilty,
were Andres Martinez, 44; Isidro
Nutiez, 26; Daniel Salazar, 19; Ci Cipriano
priano Cipriano Palacios, 56, and Narcisco
Castillo, 21. All are Panamanian.

Coco Solo Council
Meets Tomorrow,

An important meeting of the Co Coco
co Coco ,Solo Civic Council will be held
tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Surf
Room of the Breakers Club.
Business to be discussed will in include
clude include the air-conditioning of the
new commissary, theater post of office.
fice. office. All residests of Coco Solo,
France Field and Upham Naval
Station are urged to attend. Re Refres'hments
fres'hments Refres'hments will be served.

Acheson's Fish 'Story 1lets Both Roses And Thorns

This one though he showed to
his friend John Fischer, editor of
Harper's,, and I suppose if you
have in mind selling pieces to
Harper's there are very few
handier people to know.
Anyway, to get back to the
story, Acheson's angler is found
standing on jetty at the edge
of an Italian lake noted more for
its sunshine and somnolence than
for its catches. He latches onto
what could be an old auto tire
but proves to be a fish of some
several pounds. Naturally, landing
a fish is something he isn't pre prepared
pared prepared for. He finally attempts
e's feat with ,an upenede um um.
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brelia.
This fails to work, leaving both
Acheson and me, I thought, with.
lout very much of a kicker.

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GENEVA, June 9 (UPI) The western Big Three
handed Russia's Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko an ulti;,
matum today that unless he stops stalling on Berlin the
present Big Four talks will be broken off without any hope
of a summit conference.
High western sources said the west was in agreement
that there was no point in carrying the 30-day,old -fareign
ministers' conference any further unless Russia
abandons its determination to undertut western rights in
Berlin.
Secretary of State Christian Herter and his French
and British partners went into a secret session with Gra Gra)
) Gra) myko determined to have a quick showdown.

Just before this session, Her Herter,
ter, Herter, French Foreign minister
Maurice Couve de Murville and
British Foreign Secretary Sel Selwyn
wyn Selwyn Lloyd sidetracked the east eastwest
west eastwest issue long enough to at attack
tack attack a dieptite explOding in the
middle of their own camp.
This broke oUt oVernigh; over
French President, Charles de
Gaulle's refusal ,to perMit US.
nuclear weapot stockpile
name Wales Alle,government
,4ad,',4 MOO UdIttrebrk,Ovet these
'Mar NATOrArniamer4
: Herter spent ,tit hotir, with
rtenen Foreign MiniSter Mau Mautice
tice Mautice Couve de Murville and Brit British
ish British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd in an unannounced se se.cret
.cret se.cret western huddle.
An American spokesman said
the trio confered on 'matters
outside the Big Four confer conference."
ence." conference." Diplomatic sources said the

Soldier Released
Atter Auk) Ms
Panamanian

A 35-year-old PanaManian
was critically injured late, Sun Sunday
day Sunday night when struck by a
speeding automoulle driven by
an American soldier, Sic. Al Alfred
fred Alfred W. Miller, 29, stationed at
Rio Hato.
The injured man, Jose de los
Reyes Jaramillo, was crossing
the highway near Rio Hato
when struck violently by the
auto, which was traveling in
the right hand lane at the
tine.
Authorities said Miller drove
Jaramillo directly to the Peno Penonome
nome Penonome Hospital, where he was
still reported on the critical list
today, suffering from compound
fractures of right arm and leg,
facial lacerations and head con contusions,
tusions, contusions, and possible internal
injuries and skull fracture.
Police at Rio Hato said Mil Miller
ler Miller was driving under the In Influence
fluence Influence of liquor. He was held
by Panama police with o u t
charge but released today sub subject
ject subject to return to answer charges
upon request of authorities.
Miller, whose stateside home
is in Jasper, Florida, is assign assigned
ed assigned here to the lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry.
No formal charges have yet
been placed against hint

'Of Course Not,'
Replies Liberace

LONDON (UPI) American
TV entertainer and pianist Liber Liberace
ace Liberace today denied in a libel suit
against a newspaper columnist
that he is a homosexual. The col columnist
umnist columnist had called him, among
other things, a "mincing, ice-coveted
heap of mother love.'
Asked by his own counsel
wnelher he was a homosexual
and wbether he had engaged in
linniosexual practices, Liberace re replied
plied replied no.
"My feelings are the same its
anybody else's," he said. "I am
against the practice because it of offends
fends offends convention and offends so society.'
ciety.' society.' Attorneys for the London Daily
Mirror and columnist William Con
nor. who writes under the pen penname
name penname "Cassandra." denied any
"suggestion' of homosexuality was
contained in Connors two columns
about the entertainer in the fall
of 1956.

three made the' first moves
to heal what could become e,
highly dangerous western split.,
There was no apparent dis
agreement on the bigger issue
of Berlin when the western
ministers emerged to confront
Gromyko this afternoon.
Herter himself was reported
"extremely pessimistic" about
the chances AM ',reaching any
worthwhile agreement, here.
Tor the tirst timeot the svesr,
'14atpsawl-this-lsoKlautiS,10113,11ity,,,,;
thatethiVoreighuninister oh ohtekence,
tekence, ohtekence, now In its fifth' week,
could break up in total disas
greement without any commit:,:-
ment for a Summit session.
Sensing this, the Russiam
had just launched a new diplo
matic offensive tO buck, the
whole situation to the Summit
without any agreement, here
something the west has firmly
refused to accept in the past,
The western powers, parte.
lady' the United States1 and
France, are determined to force
immediate prograss or make
Gromyko himself admit there
is no, use in continuing the
present talks.

Firs1 Pins Given
To 300 01 1752
10-Year Cana !ors

Nearly 300 em,ployes of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal organization who have
accumulated 20 years of service
received recognition yesterdaY 18
the first of a series of ceremonies
at which length-of service pins arid
certificates were presented by LL
Gov. John D. McElheny.
Four ceremonies were held yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the first two being in the
Civil Defense Room at the Admi Administration
nistration Administration Building. At the first of
these, 42 employes in the Office
of the Comptroller received pins.
An hour later, McElheny made the
presentations to 28 employes from
the Office of the Governor, Exe Executive
cutive Executive Planning Staff, internal Sec.
urity Office, Central Employment
Office, Personnel Bureau, and the
Administrative Branch.
The first of two afternoon cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies was held at 1 o'clock at
the Balboa Heights Railroad sta station
tion station in front of "Old 29,' the mu museum
seum museum piece engine, for 133 em employes
ployes employes in the Health Bureau at ,the
Gorgas Hospital library.
The first of the ceremonies for
employes with 20 but less than 30
years of service was held when :
three top Canal officials and the
Governor's secretary, Miss Marl'.
Maguire. were awardPd pins :end
certificates by Gov. W. E. Potter.i Potter.iThe
The Potter.iThe ether three honored at that
time were H. L. Donovan. Civil '4,
Affairs Director; Paul A, Bentz..
Ceneral Counsel: and Forreat 'G.
Durismoor. administrative assistint
to the Governor.
In r.11. 1,752 employes litivo'be litivo'betwt
twt litivo'betwt en 20 and 30 years of Canal r,
service.

Royal ei.nri ei.nriPoner
Poner ei.nriPoner Poll Show''';::'1:::
LONDON (1.1P1)., newspaper4
today urged Princess Margaret,
to "take a hint' and atop, being
the dowdy dresser most AV ,Itsk.
readers considered her tO be;., "'"
The Daily Perak!, said starve
sl-owed more than half Its readers ,'
agreed with aft Italian:" dress.
designer who wild the Princes,
was poorly dressed by tondoult
1 Mayfair Designer&

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Firs GI P ns hien
,
mentary braking system. and 11
amei, Of Ex-Aimy 0-11--t al-theirTzatio-n--..ii-ith-oiigh.em-- cousin, Alberto of Newark. 4
'Housemaid Pleads
estence p ts is exhausted. ,-....--,.., teities.
set the big jet down with only ployed in the Canal Zone, he Capt. Bernard J. Mulvaney, Unfamil r with the unmarked
,
a bump. , ,, resides in Panama. in charge of the.'night detee, boundarie tbe men stray about Panamanian
Pan American World Airways t- for fresh, uncultivated soil, pre-
officials and a -West GerMan 14--
en folding Key
wpationtvenarctadsintadnaaysmianni ;tat etidverbuernura.gartvelielplsonteepocraii ,,
welcoming committee watched ,,, ,,, after being convicted of va- Sunday night, warning him "If 6 I
why In $10 Theft When they find it, they
ferably near their previous homes. 1 t S
simply was critically injured a e, un- To 30A nt 1752
4 the fire enginea take their pa- grancy. Vargas Ayes picked up you want your. brothers to live,, clear the land and replant. A 35-year-old Panamanian
day night when struck by a
sittoria, , ,,, , by military police in the Cu- give us $3000. We'll call back'
Jobs Being Probed During recent weeks more than b , ".,
. 1 rundu Dump area. He has a with instructions Where to put from Cl Employer 35 acres have been so cleared in an American soldier, S c.
speeding automoulle drifven Aly 1 Ul
.
Nearly 300 em,ployes of the Pa, 1
10-Year Canalers
name Canal organization who nave
, Steel:Wage Talks i NEW ,YORK, (UPI) --.Rep. Al- record of trespass and Yegran, the money." r,
Santangelo (D-N.Y.) said yes, cy convictions going back to Valdes reported the call to
Hoboken polictwho went A 53-year-old Panamaman wom- Gatun Lake shore. In the case
the wilderness area along the
Rio Hato.
fred W. Miller, 29, stationed at
The injured man, Jose de los
accumulated 20 years of service ';
,
received recognition yesterdaY 18 .: '''
'' ' ' ,, ,,,,' '- ,' terdal be wili disclose rit the Con- -1955.
a ,
itilt, talemated;,
4 , gressional Record this week the
names of 35 former Army officers Cash bail of $10 was declared chal811.
forfeited to the court when Re- house to await' the seconthd aii, who had worked as a house- heard yesterday, a total of about
maid at a Fort Kobbe residence, 13 acres had been cleared by the
wits convicted of petty larceny in five men, and already planted in Reyes Jaramillo, was crossing
he highway near Rio Hato
the the first of a series of ceremonies 'i
at which length f d '
'''-:, ,i4' ' now in key posicions in private in-
lrhe cOusinS allegedly w en s ruc v y y
ginaldo Lamotte, 36 year old caned Balboa Magistrate's Court today corn and rice before authorities t h t k lolentl b the
e
Deadhne Is July
1 dustry where they can influence
' federal defense spending Santan- Panamanian, failed to appear baek and told Valdes tO niece after a $20 bill.missed from her discovered the cleared area. auto, which was traveling in
the right hand lane at
N , gelo, a member of the" House Ap- to answer a eh rge driving $3000 in a beer can, crush" it
-- employer's residence was found in Police say that due to difficult
t'me -o service pins an
a c)1 with his foot 1 the maid's possession. terrain, surveillance of the area is certifi
and p ace the can Authorities said Miller drove cates were presented by Lt. "14
The bill, alon ith ficult without regular plane pa.
g w a small dia. chi .1 bi Gov, John D. McElheny.
It NEW YORE (UPI)Stele wage propriations Committee, said'in in his truck with defective brakes.
in a telephone booth on Rt. 1, Jaramillo directly to the Pent)-
, negotiators refused to budge yes- interview ;On the CBS radio pro, w near Newark Airport. mond engagement ring, was miss- troi, which s unavai a e.
nome Hospital, where he was Four
ceremonies were held yes yesterday
terday yesterday in another ;fruitless con- gram The'. World .Tonight,' that oman Killed Pollee wrapped $50 around a ed a-few moments after the maid, The five, who pleaded guilty,
still reported on the critical list 'erdaY, the first two being In the ,:,
tract iiession; t -t,, he had no information that any of Carmen Urueta, left the Fort Kob- were Andres Martinez, 44; Isidro toda sufferin from compound
y, g Civil Defense Room at the Admi- 1:'
,: The negotiation are snagged these men had done anything In E
teak Acci en
.cl t ,,,,
,
-
be quarters of Mrs. Mary B. Law- Nutiez, 26; Daniel Salazar, 19; Cl
ley. priano Palacios, 56, and Narcisco
fractures of right arm and leg, nistration Building. At the first of i i'
' i' three weeks left before wron but that the were in si, 111
With only g Y Po Stork Supplement
A quick phone call resulted in Castillo, 21. All are Panamanian.
eclat lacerations and head con- these, 42 employes in the Office '.
1 tbe July 1 strike- deadline. tions in which they might be able With Lawn Mower nteen of the Comptroller received in
tusions, and possible 1 al p s.
, Both sides 'have described their to exert influence ori their form- the maid being stopped at the injuries and skull fracture. An hour later, McElheny made the '''It;
, ,
1 'positions as flexible "but have tic. et'Army colleagues. Mr, and ,Mrs. Robert L. Kobbe main gate. From there she COCO Solo Council Police at Rio Hato said Mil- presentations to 28 employes from 'j
fused each other of being infleSl
' hie in the' bargaining
1 on a unw ale laid itc had a great deal of Mrs, Leah Kelly, 32, sat on the
ent covering' 500 000 baste trouble getting the nettles of the 'porch yesterday, watching her
agreem , COLLEGWILLE, Pa. -MP') Themosen el,,,,' lollies are the wag sent to Military Police author authorauthors
authors authorauthors el a lout edition el ides for questioning.
"Cheaper Sylbe Dozen."
She readily admitted taking the Meets Tomorrow, ler was driving under the in influence
fluence influence of liquor. He was held the Office of the Governor, Exe-
cutive Planning Staff, internal See. '' ,':.;
by Panama police with 0 u t urity Office, Central Employment .':
i'' '''' -steel workers. r1.- ,, former' officers, all with ranks of husband;John, cut their lawn with They have iset actually 'writ, S20 bill, and promptly returned it charge but released today sub- Office, Personnel Bureau, and the .",',
- R Conrad Cociper,.Alei Indus, colonel'or above, who have gone a power mower. ten a book,: but have", matched to police. She was unable to give An important meeting of the Co- .,,,
, ject to return to answer charges Administrative Branch. ,,..
t in
k i try, negotiotor. told a news confer. to work for priva e dusty since Kelly tipped the, gasoline-power. the aOther of the popular .story any explanation for her action. co Solo Civic Council will be held upon request of authorities. The first of two afternoon cere- ''' ''
,"-, ence "We are' stM waiting- for they left the Army. ed mower to maneuver it across in production. r s' and has no prior police record. totitorrow at 7 p.m. in the Surf Miller, whose stateside home monies was held at 1 o'clock at
' signs of a flexible' and reasonable a 1 14 inck pipe imbedded in the The ,Thempsen's lith child, Both to police and before the Room of the Breakers Club. is in Jasper, Florida, is assign- ,,
the Balboa Heights Railroad sta- ..,
, attitOde on the part of the "union." Here, Kitty Kitty lawn from 'the 'house to the high- a daughter, was born Sunday at Balboa Magistrate, the woman Business to be discussed will in- ed here to the ist Battle Group, tion in front of "Old 29,' the mu- ..
' '' David J. Mc Donald, president 9 way. Gorges Hospital, and, said the denied having seen or taken the elude the air-conditioning ef th
-- --e 20th Infantry. seum piece engine, for 133 em- ,';
'' of the United Steelworkers Union, ', The blade struck the pipe and mother, ""Vie are, very glad." ring, said to be of principally sen- new commissary, theater post of- No formal charges have yet ployes in the Health Bureau at the '-'-','
said in a' seParate press confer, Three nice oats are,1 purring snspped. It fiew 35 feet and struck Stevie the emir daughter end timental value. fice. been placed against hint Gorges Hospital library. 2, ":''':
4 ,,, once "We have-seen no evidence hopefully today, under the pro- Mrs. Kelly, on, the left side of the will be named Edna Jean. After pleading guilty she was All residests of Coco Solo, The first of the ceremonies for '
- -4,
of flexibllitY on the part of the tection of the canal Zone SocietY neck, severing her jugular vein: The maternatc grandparents fined $25, given a suspended 5day France Field and Upham Naval 4",f
, p employes with 20 but less than 30 ', ;
, industry's negotiator. for the Prevention of Cruelty to She died as a physician examined are Mr. and Ara, George Leber jail sentence and placed on probe- Station are urged to attend. Re- V course Not, years of service was held when : .',''s t
'' The steel industry has proposed, Animals. her on the hwn. of Pan11111 City.',, lion for one year. freehments will be served. three top Canal officials and the '',...t1
''' I at- a one-year extension of the pres, One is a grey male another a -- Governor's secretary, Miss Mary ' .. ''
, ,
, tint contract plus elimination of white femele, And the. third is a 1 t Replies Liberace .
Maguire. were awarded pins And ,'
,
tie, cost-of-living escalator clause. female tiger. eertificates by Gov. W. E. Pdtter. 'e .' :',
'"' McDonald has termed- this a ',' All want the same thing: a A
. cheson s Fish Story Nets Both Roses And Thorns
LONDON (IIPI) American The ether three honored at that ,' :''.
"minus zero" proposal and has home, and somebody lo love.
, TV entertainer and pianist Liber- time were H. L. Donovan. Civil '4,,' ';,'
rejected it 'as "economid ton- Thes kitties are nice pets, Sy FRANK SLEAZIER
"It s juot a light little story, to some of the comments made! This one thOugh he showed to ace today denied in a libel suit Affairs Director; Paul A, Bente v '';-.,
, sense.'1. ,,, sttitable tor adoption, the SocietY
,
, based on an incident which I hap- about Acheson in his day. e A e ,1
I his friend John Fischer, editor of against a newspaper columnist Ceneral Counsel: and Forrest 'G. .',...,s,.
. -Both Cooper. and McDonald said says- ",'"' WASHINGTON (UPI) Dean pened to witness," 'Acheson said. He currently is enjoying, how- Harper's,, and I 'suppose if you that he is a homosexual. The col- Duesmoor. administrative assistant -"' ''',
. :, they had received no conimunica. 'Please i call Balboa 41.65 and G. Acheson, the well-known law, "There is no deep, hidden mean- ever, along with Truman, John L. have in mind selling pieces to ',mist had called him, among te the Governor.
' ,,A
'b t'' tions from federal mediators but name your cat. yer, rhetorician,4 and former gee int." .';'A Lewis and possibly others, a Harper's there are very few other things, a "mincing, ice-cov- In cll. 1,752 employes havo'be., .1, -t,
,
, ', both Indicated they would be will- ,., , ,,. retary of date, is in print with Mary McGrory, 'who ponders great revival of public esteem. handier people to know. eted heap of mother love.' twee 20 and 30 years of Canal ''' P
'' ing to meet with mediators if ap- his first piece of fiction. What uuch literary efforts tor the Wash- People lately have been so nice Asked by his own counsel service.
s. proscbed. ,
1
S e I Wiled
ev ra everybody wants to know, he ington'Star, in Sunday's paper an- to Acheson, in fact, I suspect he's Anyway, to get back to the wnether he was a homosexual
fv 14 ,' The negotiators will meet again ', complains, is :who wrote it for pounced it a charminc story, and beginning to worry. But his health story, Acheson's angler is found and wbether he had engaged in Dp,
vn! rs-elirL r)qw' 'dy-.'-'')','
', tomorrowl morning. A P
s owder Depot him. expressed a desire te, see, more so far seems to be good. standing on ,a jetty at the edge hentosexual practices, Liberace re- -1" y .,, t ....,' '''.
Well, be wrote it himself, while of AM same. Tom Donnelly, liter- of an Italian lake noted more for plied no.
' P sfs C" ' -I Explo es n Italy
, resting of an evening from his la- Dr trifle., for..., the ., Washington Still, he'e 66, and clainis he's its sunshine and somnolence than "my feelings are the same its hows-,
Poner Poll S 1 .,
, aci lc ourici
., ,, :,,, , hors before the Supreme Court Daily news, 'when advised, that no longer up to 'the kind of fish- for its catches. He latches onto anybody else's," he said. "I am
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e morrow , COSENZA, nab', Zune 9 (UPI) and other lofty,tribunals. It runs Acheson said more indeed are in ing b. for tro, ut '- that he used what could be an old auto tire against the practice because it of- LONDON (CPI)-Ar newspapert, 4","i.
. ', -Ai black, powder depot blew, about 1,650 wordi and you can prospect commented, "I think I to like. That s probably why he but proves to be e fish of SOM e fends convention and offends so- today urged Princess Margaret , .;'
' 1" M 1 .
At Ad. l''.11'' 'Bidd ''' Up in suburban San Vuto to- read it under thr' title "The can weit." ), 'e,i 4 has ., turned to story telling in several pounds. Naturally, landing elety.'
. day.- First reports said a num- Great Fish of 'Como,' in the Cur- This uls not the first dma Ache- print,,in this case about the wait- a fish is som to "take a hint' and atop, being ,.,": ,t L
ething he isn't pre- Attorneys for the London Daily the dowdy dresser most of ,its, !.:.'1
v, 1 "--, ' '' ber of 'persons were killed and rent Harper's 'magazine. soti's publie endeavors have and-see king oijishing he never pared for. He finally attempts Mirror and columnist William Con readers considered her tO lie,',: -' ,.' ,. -:,:r:
ins next regular monthly meet, injured. ,", For those in a hurry, there vies prompted certain differences of did care for. 'A (I's feat v.:Rh Ain upenede um- nor. who writes under the pen. The baily iteraid, said, sum 1. ",...":
; ing of The Pacific Civic Conn- Cosenza is a city of more than this fisherman, see, and he opinion.,, He was Harry Yuman's "Iva always done a little of brella. name "Cassandra," denied any stowed more than half its readers ,, ." -':
4
", cil will be held in the Civil De, 30,000 ,people., It Is located in hooked a 'big one, but lost it. And secretary of state from jag, on, this sort of writing, for relaxa "suggestion' of homosexuality was agreed with ati Italian:" d r e s s .;',,'"' i
, ) ;, tense Room, Administration Build- Calabria in Southern Italy and I tither that anybody who tries and criticism leveled at the late don,' Acheson said, ,"Mostly it This fails to work, leaving both contained in Connors two columns designer whe said the" Princes.' ""':,:, 1
.4 itig, et. :30 p.mit gTher public-II occuplea' the -northern pert of to make more thaw that out of John Foster, ,Dullea prior to kis was just for the amusement of Acheson and The, I thought, with- about the entertainer in the, tall was PoorlY dressed by 14011d0a1 :. !,,,.,
, invited.' ,,, ' the "Toe" of the Italian boot, this piece is wasting bis time. fatal Mnese wu mild cempared my- family and friends." out very much of a kicker. of 1956. Mayfair Dealtnera. 7 '' 1
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served notice yes- reasons that without atom
iy will make no pew piles in France, the need 1
to ,NATO unless other bases is too dangi
Les and Britain .meet risk in this day of swift
La the problem, armament.
attitude has cant. But Prosidont Do Gau
Loris Norstad, Su. holds to this view that hit
comtnandor in Be- permit nuclear stockish
dor romoving some Franco at filo prosont t
P-100 fightorbomb instead, Ito wants The
nes to their NATO States to help his coun
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duce.
resent arrangement, De Gaulle also wants I
refusing permision to give France stronger
kr bombs to be Ida, for its policies in Algerh
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each bases and fly forbidden by terms of the
some other NATO Energy Act from giving
armed. certain nuclear secrets.
prome headquarters the administration wante(
that, it would require con,
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to resent French tactics. S
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tanding-: "'the congressional
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Sir:
.
, "Ginger-Know-All" (Mall Box, June 4th) appeared to be de debating
bating debating some other Mail Box contributor whoze column appeared
i few days prior to his. Unfortunately, for ,the lut few days, be belore
lore belore June Uri., I haven't been able to review the Mau box con content&
tent& content& so I'm completely ignorant to 'whatever cause "GingerKnow-All"
to debate.
, However, "Ginger-Know-All" seems to be misinformed by the
things he said and rather fanatical to an extent.
!Row, please hold in mind that I'm nnly 'arguing "Gingerknow-All"
. Mail Box, June 4) statements. without including' nis
oPPonent with whom "Ginger-Know-All"' is argueing).
Does "Ginger-Know-All" read the newspapers? 'If he does
then how does he say that there were' no attempts to kill Fidel
Castro while he was on his American tour? According to official
reports, at least one would-be-assasin was apprehended in the act
of setting off a bomb when Castro arrived in the States. If it
woon't for the alertness of the U.S. policemen, Castro wouldn't
be alive today. The Canadian authorities were also on the alert
for they had discovered plots too. And besides, the Canadian au aurorities,
rorities, aurorities, the U.S. police and F.B.I. agents ,arepsually well-inormed
in such matters and can easily detect "110axes" Such as
Ginger-Know-All" erroneusly believes Castro's men had planted.
Their intelligence is far above that of Paname's so-called "secre "secreta."
ta." "secreta."
Contra does not have to rely on "hoaxes," for his bitter Strug Struggles
gles Struggles and victory in the Cuban revolution has already found its
place in the manuscripts of history as a courageous and un unmatched
matched unmatched feat.
t If the Guardia Nacional has an ounce of coinage in their
iarcaues they wouldn't be shboting at their own countrymen and
children and so-called "invaders" who came to fight for the
Panamanians themselves.
!, What are the Guardias fighting for o anyway? Fanami? Rub Rubbish!
bish! Rubbish! They're defending those spineless-antinals who, under pre pretense
tense pretense of running the government, have for yeers' been robbing
Panamanians of their rightful belongings.': ''' . ',' ,.
Eighty five percent of the populace were ,neutral when the
so-called "invaders" landed, so what were 'the Guardias defend defending?
ing? defending? In their childish sample of courage-they. Were only success successful
ful successful in displaying cowardice, ignorance,. and downright stupidity.
They only courageous Guardias were the ones who were jailed
because they refused to fight for those gutless "Don tal-y-tals"
who were hiding behind their mothers' skirts,
Panami's government has a loud big mbuth whin the going
is smooth depending on Uncle Sam's good old minport. Rut
when comes time to lay their cards on the table their bluff is all
they have to offer.
The OAS should never have been brought into the so-called
"invasion," as in reality, it was no invasion. Those foreigners
were strictly soldiers Of fortune" not Cuba-sent troops.
In Panami government pretext of "avoiding bloodshede" their
lOwardice couldn't be hidden or excused. Neither could the
Owardice of the-"loyals Guardias" who scared a few newsmen
out of their-olts when thei landed end charged" at Non'tbrerde
Dios after'the !oitivaders" Were being shipteti liwaY'. ( -4
, If the OAS really wishes to accomplish something in these
1 Americas they should see to it that within their organization
there exists no dictatorial and graft governments. These coun countries
tries countries under dictadorships and graftage should be thrown out of
the organization and pressures of all sorts should be applied to
them to force them to rid themselves of these dictators and
thieves. The OM should be an organization of decent States
.,ot a fortress for beasts.
,1 1Reconsideration.
i

PROVOKING
irs:

MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF "THEM"
(Let there be light)
(Sing to the tune of "My Country 'tis of nee")
My country 'tis of "them"
a few unholy men
their word is law.
Me poor man hath no say,
the rich man has his way.
Will this go on till Judgement De.y?
Let there be light.
My country of "them"
a few unholy men
their word is law.
Election time draws nigh,
we hear the same old cry,
"Canal is ours!"
Oh! Lord on high
Let there be light.
My country 'tis of "them"
a few unholy men
their word is law.
A cadillac each day,
a country home to stay
while hungry bellies strive to say
"Let there be light."
My country 'tis of "them"
a few unholy men
their word is law.
Our wage, are a shame.
For this, who gets the blame?
The ball is passed like in a game.
Let there be light.

,

My, country 'tis of "them"
a few unholy men
their word is law.
Land where my fathers died
digging the great Divine
where Presidents change with the tide.
Let there be light.

ARROW
air:

By new I'm sure that most Pacific side residents have had
tile opportunity to find his way out of the Diablo Heights Ser Service
vice Service Center parking lot via the newly painted arrows on the
pavement.
, This certainly surpasses all other evidences of sheer stupid stupidity
ity stupidity in recent years with respect to traffic safety. Why in the
dickens anyone decided to direct traffic here via these nice
White arrows I can't fathom. There was no traffic problem on
this corner. I and thousands like me have come up and over
, that hump for years without incident. but now Allah or one of
his representatives decrees that we need to be guided. Phooey!
The Street maze and the Diablo Heights railroad crossing
complex are bad enough. but please, I think that I and MY fel fellow
low fellow motorists are mature enough to find my way out of a Park Park,
, Park, Int lot. There's only one consolationthe arrows cost nothing
In comparison with the Tivoli crossing Jigsaw. And that expense
, could have been avoided, for the traffic problem there wag
caused by pedestrian traffic to and from the commissary. Ana
the lights were in the planning stage when it was common know!.
.edge that the commissary was to be elmed.
tt. Oh well, lust another set of rules, directives, or arrows for
sheep to follow.
i
Driver.

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Labor Neivs
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Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
NEW YORK If it's true what
they say soout history, List rc,
Teats useitiinu i otoeve wit.
two nv...n wilt meet privitely a
cross a iuncn taine in a atthe In
raw York a dampsnire House or
some otner pos. autei. Lsoahy
suet' Lour-ties conierence has
Lamm piece aotiot June ia m Lae
yurs in crises ou tile steel trout.
lost mese twO men say to Laca,
tiler wio ortng war or peace to,
Lie natiuds intoistiy. Aney
win power,th mtu, yet Lae),
etiet:, caripag Mea Mea1
1 Mea1 8140.S tacu
.."le Will at Da Vau hit:Donald,
leakier oi tae giant steelworkers
LIIAOLI. Inc otii,a win oe tne
skith,te..,mau Lor tut giant. st.et busi business.
ness. business. 'inis year it muaL win
be quiet spoaen Loorau Loupe'',
new Li) Oi US woo oave
specianzing In crises tnese ma many
ny many years.
In uie p,t,t, these sessions have
been nem bU very priva,ety inueeu
between Jack sttpnens of U.S.
Steet sod the late tint Murray
anu more recently' with Stephens
and Mcoonalci.
As the men broke bread, Jack
Steptielis, once a mill worker tam tamseh,
seh, tamseh, would break the news to the
CIO chief. Jack would say, "k'hil,
this is what my people say I can
offer per hour, etc..." Phil Mur Murray
ray Murray touid reply, "It's not enough.
Go back ano say we'll strike.'
They'd riot meet again that way
Until a day or tWO pefore the Imo Imonight
night Imonight June 30 deadline. Stephens
would then make a final offer.
Murray would say either, I think
my boys might take that," 'or,
"Sorry, Jack, we can't accept it."
That meant strike.
Meanwhile, in hundreds of towns
across the land and in the finance
capital of the steel industryNew'
York there ivas tumult in the
press conferences and noise in the
streets and talk of angry negotia negotiations
tions negotiations between bigger committee3.
But then as now, in these final
three weeks, both sides sCientifi sCientifically
cally sCientifically used their seores of econo economists
mists economists and executives to measure
-the economics of the moment.
The sagacious men of the steel
industry tried to look ahead and'
figure just, how Much they cculd
afford. So did the, UniOn chiefs.
Five times since, 1946 they disa disagreed.
greed. disagreed. Five times there were long
strikes not bitter, not violent,
just a "sitz-krieg.' Those strikes
cost well over two billion dollars.
Of this vast amount, some WO,-
000,000 was the estimate for lost
wages. Another 51,400,000,060 was
dropped in lost production when
the furnaces were banked, though
little else was. Small wonder both
sides move cautiously in estimat estimating,
ing, estimating, the.,eponotnic futureat,, west
ph Pe:. years,,,etAt.
1 Small wond they wkit for ihi
last mihute until they pre,iare'
their final offer and final counter counterproposal.
proposal. counterproposal. Thus no one really
knows exactly. how much the in industry
dustry industry will authorize Conrad Coop Cooper
er Cooper to propose to Dave McDonalc(
in their inevitable private session.
One thing is certain: the mark market
et market is loaded scuttlebutt. Informed
industry sources say. that the best
the companies can do Without,
raising prices is six cents an hour
each year for three years or a
total increase of 18 cents. Some
labor insiders say it will have to
come to a package of some 14
cents an hour more each year
But no one really knows at this
point.
Both sides, however, are deter determined
mined determined to bargain hard. There is
no doubt that the union will strike
if the industry offer doesn't aver average
age average at least eight to nine emits
an hour more each year-L- ne' a
total of almost 25 cents an hour,
plus some cost-of-living increases,
over a three-year contract.
During a recent private discus discussion
sion discussion in Washington, one of t h e
Steel Union's' top, policy makers
told his colleagues in other unions
that he believed strike was ine-;
vitable. But just how, he didn't
quite know yet. The union COuld
strike the entire industry at mid midnight
night midnight June 30, or it could pull out
it just one or two corporations.
The most effective strategy, it
was said, was to junk the "no con.
tract-no work" policy and keep
the 500,000 basic steelmakers in
tht plants through the summer
without a pact and pull them out
when the industry needs full pro proAuction
Auction proAuction in early September.
But the basic "inside" story is
that both sides are playing it by
, ear until they hear from the coim coim!ing
!ing coim!ing two-man seance.
rd-Isl(cLAACT'
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No one knows when or
where irrigation was And prac prac,ticed,
,ticed, prac,ticed, but it was probably
anions the Egyptians. On old
monuments, dating back 4,000
years, are pictured of mon
bailing water out of the Nile
to pour over their Thirsty fields.
Iti Assyria, Babylonia, China
and India, also, irrigation was
practiced thousands of years
ago. The Greeks irrigated their
fields and the Romans started
the systems of Itily, among
The best in the world.
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Something use the word ad advisedly
visedly advisedly named Charles Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather has been granted a stay
of execution for a fit of whimsy
in which he mapaged to kill by
gun and knife exactly 11 people.
He admitted slaying al 11.
He was supposed to be electro electrocuted
cuted electrocuted Oh May 22, and was grant granted
ed granted a last-minute stay when Fede Federal
ral Federal District Judge Richard Robin Robinson
son Robinson of Omaha, Neb., pulled the
eleventh hour reprieve act whiir,
official witnesses and reporters
were already gathering for the
execution.
There are several things ter terribly
ribly terribly wrong with this one. United
States District Judge Robert Van
Pelt had rejected a plea of habeas
corpus on May 21. Habeas corpus
is a technicality of law, and cer certainly
tainly certainly is not applicable to a can candidate
didate candidate for the hot seat who by his
own vain-glorious Nord admit
thOlnyink of 11 hatecent people
You 'cannot lAtime the monster'
father for trying everything to
save the little monster with the
street-corner haircut and the bed bedroom
room bedroom eyes-cum-droopy -cigarrette.
But you can very well blame
Chief Federal District Judge Rich Richatd
atd Richatd Robinson of Omaha, Neb., for
granting a stay of execution on tne
grounds that Starkweather had
been without the help of an at attorney
torney attorney when seeking the habeas
corpus writ and so his consl,itu consl,itutional
tional consl,itutional rights are being violated So
at 4:22 a.m. on May 22 Judge
Robinson signed the order staying
the execution.
My only point here is that there
should be no opportunity for any anybody
body anybody to grant a stay of execution
of a mad dog. You either shoot
the mad dog or you -don't, but
there is nothing concerning tirt
legal whimsy as constitutional
rights, habeas corpus, or lack of
proper legal help on a guy who ad admitted
mitted admitted killing 11 people 18 months
ago, and who has already trid
the classic hearty meal.
The time for legal flimglammer flimglammeries
ies flimglammeries is before, during and imme immediately
diately immediately after the trial not after
the head has been shaved and the
pants-legs slit for the electrodes.
None of this nonsense has anv
bearing on the fact that 11 people,
like you and me and mama and
papa and Cousin Marge, are dead.
And dead they are. Dead because
this little creep went berserk with
gun and knife.
It's my personal opinion that in
justice the man was completely
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Named -Starkweather
By BOB HARK

0
mad, and should never have been
sentenced to death anyhow, under
our existing laws.
Nobody sane kills 11 people ex except
cept except paid gangsters ,and Congressional-
Medal of Honor winners in
wartime.
1 mean, Sack, you just don't
habitually go around killing 11 peo people
ple people to take the curse off a dull
Thursday afternoon. Not unless
you're nuts.
My personal sentiment differs
from my personal opinion. The,
sentiment says that he should have
been put away permanently twO
DA1Ly
mEDITATIoN
sA A
(Prosentod by tho Departrelit
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Chtirch in the Mis
sionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
THE MOST DANGEROUS WORD
"Behold, virgin shall coil coiltelve,
telve, coiltelve, and bear a son, and shall
call his name Immanuel."
The most dangerous word in the
Bible is Immanuel. See its setting
in these prophecies. Isaiah had
challenged Ahaz to test the Pow Power
er Power of God by aski,ng a sign. The
kitig, unwilling to submit to God's
will, refused. He gave as his rea reason
son reason "I will not put the Lord to
the test." Yet his so-called piety
was a sign of his lack of faitn.
The prophet will not be silenced.
He thrusts upon the king the sing
of Immanuel, God-with-us. The
Almighty will ificieed be present
among His people, whether they
wish Him or not. Yet because of
their faithlessness, it will be for
judgement, not deliverance. Ass Assria
ria Assria will inundate the land. What
price Immanuel then?
That same word can save and
redeem. Seven centuries after I Isaiah
saiah Isaiah the evangelist will see 'In
it the promise of the birth of
Christ. (Matt. 1:23). God-with-us
can be the most dangerous or
the most' reassuring of words. It
Is no wonder that our Collect for
this week teaches us to pray "to
have a perpetual fear and love
of the holy Name,"
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minutes after his guilt was legal
ly established, thereby saving the
state 40 or 50 year3 of maint maintenance,
enance, maintenance, with the off-chance he'll
break out and knock off another
dozen of innocent bystanders.
Anything with a face like Stark
weather's belongs in a bottle In
a medicai museum.
But creep that he is, as worthy
of death as he is, I claim that un undue
due undue cruelty in the name of the
law has been administered to
Charles Starkweather, murderer
of 11. An eleventh-hour reprieve,
which gives him two more weeks
of torment, is not nice even for a
mad dog.,
The point is only that as this
sees print, Starkweather should
either be dead of electrocution oe
he should be irrevocably commit committed
ted committed to an institution for the crimin-'
ally insane.
,He st;ould not bejlanging around.
death' row while. people targue
whether he had correct ligal as assistance
sistance assistance in seeking' IN writ of ofhabeas
habeas ofhabeas corpus usually 'reserved,
for noncapital offenses) the day.
before he was destined to try.
Starkweather's case, his.
constitutional rights are- certaiuly
not involved, any more than the
constitutional rights of 11 dead
people re involved.
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dawn and noon, the National De Defense
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, WASHINGTON Without' fad fadfare,
fare, fadfare, Sen. John SparkMan of Ala Alabama
bama Alabama and Congresswoman Martha
Griffiths of ,-.Petroit, -haver;"been1
hammering at the', ArnaY;'
and Atir Force to let defense con contracta'on
tracta'on contracta'on a competitive bast s,
rather than the lazy cost-plus ba basis
sis basis which has cost, the tiat-payera,
millions.
.Sparkman, as chaiiman ,cif,tha
Senate Small. Business Committee,1
recently showed how the Navy isi
now saving, money by order4
small parts son a competitive ba-1
sis.
"When the Navy ordered a
gear assembly from Westinghouse
on a noncompetitive basis paid
$277.44," said the senator from
Alabama. "But when it, required
competitive bidding, a little com-1
pany out in Royal Oak,- Mich. --1
the Glove ,Gear Co. .Supplied
the unit for early $27.50.1.Competi $27.50.1.Competition
tion $27.50.1.Competition saved the taxpayers 90 per percent.
cent. percent. "When the Navy ordered car-1
bon packing from General Elec Electric
tric Electric it paid $82 per unit," said
Sparkman. "But jest year when,
the Navy installed competitive'
bidding. It got the same carbon
packing from the Charles E. Chs Chsnin,Co.
nin,Co. Chsnin,Co. of Hackensack, N. J., for
$15.
"The Navy used to ,1:ouv bear bearing
ing bearing sleeves from Allies-Chalmers
for 8425. But when it started com competitive
petitive competitive bidding hat year, it got
the same bearing sleeves fron
the Waukesha Bearing Co. of
Waukesha, Wis., for nniv $189.84."
Congresswoman Griffiths, w b o
once worked for the Detroit Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Bureau, says: "The trou trouble
ble trouble with the Defense Department
is that they don't have one pur purchaser
chaser purchaser in the whole Army, Navy
and Air Force. I worked for
them for four years. I was just
out of law school, bot even so
saved tha Defense Department all
sorts of money.
"If you had any negotiators In
the Defense Department instead
of swivel-chair bureaucrats who
want to win favor .with big busi business',
ness', business', we could save the taxpay
ers
"The defense budget now runs
$41 billion the biggest iterii in
our entire budget, ante estimat estimated
ed estimated that if we cut out cost-Dius
contracts and used Competitive
bidding, we could save $5 billion.
Someone' from the Pentagon call called
ed called me, however, and said "You
are wrong; we could save S7
billion.'
Congresswoman Griffiths is
working to knock out the "incen "incentive
tive "incentive type contract", which s h e
says is a hidden gimmielt that
will cost the taxpayer far more
money. Congressman Cecil Xing
of Los Angeles inserted his 'Unno 'Unnoticed
ticed 'Unnoticed gimmick in the renegotia renegotiation
tion renegotiation law, while blue-stocking Seri.
Leverett Saltenstall A of Afassacho
,Iletts did likewise in the Senate.
, Gov. Nelsen Rockefeller of New
'York is going to- collect about
$700 million extra from New York
taxpayers simply by eliminating
tax cheaters. But the 1.1.S.. Sen Sen,
, Sen, ate recently refused to follow
suit.
This means that honest taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers pay more than their shire,
while tax cheater! benefit from
their honesty.
' What happened wat that Sen.
Joe Clark of Pennsylvania intro introduced
duced introduced an amendment giving In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue money to hire
3.076 new tax agents. This was
the number which the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration cut from the
payroll.
It', estimated that one revenue
agent can bring in $9 for every
$1 he's paid the first year he
works, and $13 for every $1 after

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that R's 'also estimated -that the
new revenue agents would collect
enough money to pay for health,
airport construcdon, and:depress
ed areg appropriations.,
- However the Eisenhower admin.
istration (don't want the new ter
agents and ',majority el tha Sett
it,e voted against
Ever since Truman's ettitinter;
tal --Revenue bag been so short,
staffed that only one out of every
25 tax returns -is checked. ,,,This
means that the big ,.corporalions
with complicated returns are fre frequently
quently frequently neglected, the medium mediumbracket
bracket mediumbracket taxpayer more carefully
scrutinized. : ,,
NoteTherewas a tax Investi Investigadon
gadon Investigadon in Truman's -, day which
Senator Keating of New ;Nei,
Republican,, masterminded.,'Keat.
ing was very Critical of tax col collection.,Last
lection.,Last collection.,Last week, towever,.Sen-'
ator Keating voted against hiring
any new revenue agents.
The White House .has -been ; to
jittery over the confirmation bat battle
tle battle on Adm. Lewis Strauss that it
has asked Republican leaders to
take a careful nose count regard regardlog
log regardlog the outcome. -,
Ike prides himself :on never
having had en appointee rejected
by the Senate. However, he hag
withorawn six appointeu whose
confirmation was threatened. They
were Julius Holmes, his aide .in
North Africa who wa made snit
bassador to Iran but withdrawn;
Wesley IVEwsrt, assistant seeretal
ry of the ,Interiorr Bernard Flan-.
mu. Civil, Service commissioner;
Tom Lyon, Federal Mines chief;
Allen whitfield, Atomic Energy
commissioner; and ex-Congress
man John Wood. of Georgia, of
the Subversive Activities Control
Board. '
It was always Sherman Adani
however, who swung the- hatchet
for Ike. In his grim, granite man manner,
ner, manner, Adams cut off anyone Who
became a political liability to the
administration. When Sherman, be became
came became a liability -himself, Ikehel Ikeheltated
tated Ikeheltated to do his own hatchet work,
Without an Adams -to tell
Strauss to withdraw, the deter determined
mined determined Secretary of Commerce
has refused to back dollen. He al also
so also has the powerful backstage
support of George Humphrey; the
former Secretary of the Treasu Treasury,
ry, Treasury, who still dominates Ikea
thinking on economic matters.
Hupiphrey 'gave the President
the toughest publie rebuff a Ca,
binet officer has ever handed to
any recent president, in that
crack about "a budget that would
make your hair curt!' However,
Ike still bows .to Humphrey's ad advice..
vice.. advice..
ri was iumphrey who suggest suggested
ed suggested Strauss' appointment as Sec--
retary of Commerce in the first
place. He wants a lousinessmait
in the cabinet who noresent',
hie' own, general otiewe 'Humph;
rey got to kriow 'Strauss when
Strausr wits head Of ''the -Kuhl
Loeb Investment company.'which
handled various bond issues or
Humphrey's M. A. Hanna Co.
and National Steel. Later Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey made Strauss a member' lot
his Industrial Rayon ,Co., of which
Harry Byrd, Jr., son of the sena senator
tor senator from Virginia, is now a dicta dictafor.
for. dictafor. As chairman of the Atomic En
ergy Kommission, Strauss was
picked by the Humphrey group
inside the cabinet to stop the ex ex'
' ex' pension of public power. Hence
the Dixon Yates roadblock in
front of the Tennessee Valley Au-
thorny. Secretary of agriculttire
Benson had -carried this noliCY
1 ope step further by reoutring ru ru1
1 ru1 ral electrification ee-ops to get
monev throutrh banks instead q)f
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'AWARD WINNERS of Fort Clayton Girl Scouts are shown with their leader, Mrs. Charles Prof Prof,
, Prof, Ztt. From left to right are Peggy Clark, Diane Heidenreich, Karen Aydelott, Jackie Wha Ler
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FAA EMPLOYE RECEIVES FEDERAL SERVICE AWARD
Omer L. McCaughey (left), supervisory air traffic control special specialist
ist specialist at the FAA communications Station, receives 35-year federal
service pin from John C. Nolan, station chief, at a ceremony held
at the FAA offices located in the Civil Affairs Building.
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After 15 To 35 Years In US Service

Omer L. McCaughey, Judson
P. Jines, Arthur D. Beaver, Theo Theodore
dore Theodore L. Jordan, Glenn W. Kim Kimberling
berling Kimberling and John E. Stringer of
the International Air Traffic Com Comsnunications
snunications Comsnunications Station, Balboa,
many years of dedicated federal
service.
In announcing the awarding of
service pins to the employees, L.
C. Elliott, FAA Region Two ad administrator,
ministrator, administrator, said, "All of us in
the FA are especially proud 'of
those of our people who have de dedicated
dicated dedicated themselves over the years
to the safety of flight It is through
their efforts, to a great
tent, that civil aviation has grovtrn
to the position of importance it
now holds."
The service pin wards were
made by John C. Nolan, Chief of
the Balboa International Air
Traffic Comrmunications Station,
at the FAA offices in the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Building. t
Balboa IATCS personnnel per

form a multitude of important
duties which contribute immeasu immeasurably
rably immeasurably to the safety of aircraft fly flying
ing flying the international air routes, as
well as those engaged in local o operatiops
peratiops operatiops within the Republic of
Panama.
The years of federal ervice
noted were: Omer L. McCaughey,
35 years, Judson P. Jones, 25
years, Arthur D. Beaver, 15 years,
Theodore L. Jordan, 15 years,
Glenn W. Kimberling, 15 years and
John K. Stringer, 15 years.

REPORT ON GIFTS

NEW YORK (UPI) The John
A. Hartford Foundation disclosed
today in its first public report
that grants and gifts totaling
more than 18 million dollars had
been made since the founder's
death in 1951. Hartford and his
brother headed the Great Atlantic
and Pacific Tea Co.

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AND FRANCE
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S.S. "VAKKRUMDYK" July I

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North Carolina
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In Car Regulating

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WASHINGTON (UPI) North
Carolina scored the highest rat rating
ing rating in the nation for progress in
licensing, regulating and control controlling
ling controlling automobile drivers.
This was announced yesterday
by the American Association of
Motor Vehicle Administrators.

The association released the of official
ficial official gradings of the 1958 inven inven'ory
'ory inven'ory of traffic safety activities,
which is administered by the Na National
tional National Safety Council.
The top 10 states will receive
awards of achievement during the
associations annual conference at
Wentworth-By-The-Sea, N. H., in
October.

To merit an award, a grade of
85 per cent or better must be
earned.

Me North Carolina department
of motor vehicles scored a per percentage
centage percentage of 9.

Other winners were Minnesota,
94 per cent; California, 93 per
cent: Misgissippi 90 Der cent; Con.
necticut, New Jersey, New York
and Vermont, R9 per cent; Dis District
trict District of Columbia and Utak SS
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NEW YORK (NEA) The re
cord companies keep trying, ht;
in their fancy recotting studio.
with their high-prited engineer
they simply can't 'duplicate tht
bad sound that makes hit records
And that's why, says Monty Kel
ly so many record companies bu3
masters produced In small, out-oftheway
studios by a couple o
amateurs.
"Nowadays," says Kelly, A and
R director at Carlton records.
"more than 50 per cent of our re
leases are masters we've bought.
I think that figure is about aver average
age average for the industry.
"A guy in Iowa, for example,
can make a record for $200. We
can't duplicate that sound. It's us usually
ually usually bad sound, but commercial.
We try it here, it's too good, too
clean. We can't get the rough sax,
the dirty guitar the kids like. So
we buy themwe pay arctund
$2,000 or sometimes a royalty
Kelly, and others hi his spot in
other companies, keep their self selfresoect
resoect selfresoect by turning out some beau beautiful
tiful beautiful (but noncommercial) record recordings.
ings. recordings. And Kelly also leads his or orchestra
chestra orchestra through some magnificent
stereo albums, like his recent
version of "Porgy and Bess." He
calls what he's done "stereorches "stereorchestrations."
trations." "stereorchestrations." "It's harder to arrange for
stereo," says the silver-haired
former jazz trumpeter, "but it's
more fun. You have to plan what
you want to be heard from he left
speaker, the right speaker and
both speakers.
"At first, arrangers played
with stereo like a toy. They made
fancy arrangementstoo fancy.
But we've come to realize that
quite often it's better not to have
a stereo effect on stereoyou
want the same music to come from
all sides. For example if you had
a mixed chorus, the temptation is
to put the men on one side, the
women on th'e other. But the only
way to get the proper choral ef effect
fect effect is to mix, so the same sound
comes out of each speaker."
There's a boom in the baton
business. 'rhe cause of it is RCA's
album, "Music For Frustrated
Conductors." This package of the
lighter classical works comes cim
lilete with a baton and a booklet
on conducting.
The company ordered 50.000
batons to go in the package. They
figure this one order exceeded
'the entire baton production in the
?U.S. in the last 50 years.
New la tho recording scene Is
Johnny Pace. He's that rare bird.
an authentic jazz singer. His first
work is available on a Riverside
album, "Chet Baker Introduces
Johnny Pace," en which he sings
standards with a distintive style

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Johnny Paco Monty Kelir
should keep him around for a
.ung time.
Some ill-advised associate sug suggested
gested suggested to Johnny that he should
grow long sideburns and sing
some rock-and-roll. Johnny and
this gentleman have since parted
company. The 24-year-old Pater.
sos. N.J., native knows what he'
likes and what he can sing best
and it isn't rock-and-roil.
Jazz trumpeter Chet Baker dis discovered
covered discovered Pace in a Pittsburgh
night club, and has been backing
his career ever since. The two
make beautiful music.
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Dick's Picks: David Seville
switches to an instrumental for
his new one on Liberty, called
"Judy." Other s: "Tomothy,"
(Henry Mancini, RCA); "Jack o'
Diamonds" (Ruth Brown, At Atlantic);
lantic); Atlantic); "Anyone Would 'Love
You" (The Four Aces, Decca);
"Mason-Dixon Line" (The Ames
Brothers, RCA); 'True True Love'
(Fran Lori, Chancellor); "Hono "Honolulu
lulu "Honolulu Lu" (Hugo and Luigi, RCA);
"The Kind of Love I Need" (Mar (Martha
tha (Martha Lou Harp, WB); "That's All
Right Darlin' (Alan Lomaz,
KaPP)-
Since the success of Peter Gunn,
TV music has gotten to be popu popular
lar popular album fare. Here are some
good recent releasesmusic from
"77 Sunset Strip," done by the
Frank Ortega Trio on Jubilee and
the sound track stuff oh WB; Mun Mundell
dell Mundell Lowe .id his all-stars play
themes from TV detective shows
on Camden's "TV Action Jazz";
another "That Wonderful Year"
from Garry Moore On WB, this
time singling out 1930 for atten attention;
tion; attention; more of Steve Allen's piano
playing on Dot's "Steve. Allen
Plays."
On the classical front, you can
get two interesting symphonies on
fine new Everest recordings.
Mahler's Symphony No. 5 gets a
good reading from Schwarz and
the London Symphony, and An Anthell's
thell's Anthell's Symphony No. 4 is perform performed
ed performed by Goossens and the same or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra. Both are worth a hearing.

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but it isn't pleasing to U.S. Army Specialist Gene J. Terpstra of Grand Rapids, Mich. Me
soldier, based in Germany, was driving hie car near Wuerzberg when 319 little holes suddenly
appeared in the windshield. Terpstra attributed the phenomena to "undue stress on the
frame following a tire change."

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but it isn't pleasing to U.S. Army Specialist Gene J. Terpstra of Ggrand Rapids,
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soldier, based in Germany, was driving hie car near Wuerzberg when 319 little holes suddenly
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appeared in the windshield. Terpstra attributed the phenomena to "undue stress on the
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gested suggested to Johnny that he should frame following a tiro change."
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some rock and roll. Johnny and
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$2,000 or sometimes a royalty Jess trumpeter Chet Baker dis- . r
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'AWARD WINNERS of Fort Clayton Girl Scouts are shown with their leader, Mrs. Charles Prof- other companies, keep their self- his career sver since. The two
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feet is to mix, another "That Wonderful Year" ,,
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. playing on Dot's "Steve Allen -: ,.
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.r,(,(4 ,(i:,.:ii...,A,..',..:::((:,'((zirw.,,w,:::, fine new Everest recordings. L .
- r4 '''i;i4,1,4;:(M4i?::',...k, . "( 85 per cent or better must be on conducting.
Mahler's Symphony No. 5 gets a :
earned. The company ordered 50.000, :
, good reading from Schwarz and EN,,,,ta 0 .11-13 r53 A 0 :
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( :FAA EMPLOYE RECEIVES FEDERAL SERVICE AWARD batons to go in the package. They th
theil's Symphony No. 4 is perform performe
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The North Carolina department figure this one order exceeded
' Omer L. McCaughey (left), supervisory air traffic control special- of motor vehicles scored a per- 1 the entire baton production .in the ed by Goossens and the same or orI
I orI 1st at the FAA communications Station, receives 35-year federal centage of 9. i1J.S. in the last 50 years. l,
: service pin from John C. Nolan,. station chief, at a ceremony held chestra. Both are worth a hearing. ,
, at the FAA offices located in :the Civil Affairs Building. --
Other winners were Minnesota, Now to the recording scene Is
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, 94 per cent; California, 93 per Johnny Pace. He's that rare bird.
: ' cent: Mississippi 90 Der cent; Con- an authentic jazz singer. His first, .',
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necticut, New Jersey, New York work is available on a Riverside
6,FAAMen Honored Fo'r Aviation Duty and Vermont R9 per cent; Dis- album, "Chet Baker Introduces
trict of ColuMbia and Utah., SR Johnny Pace," on which he sings :
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dore L. Jordan, Glenn W. Kim- rably to the safety of aircraft fly- t-
takes pleasure in announcing
berling and John E. Stringer of ing the international air routes, as y
the International Air Traffic Com- well as those engaged in local o o..6,1
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munications Station, Balboa, perations within the Republic of :
many years of dedicated federal Panama. 90;,p c)30 records in town.
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service. The years of federal ervice
In announcing the awarding of noted were: Omer L. McCaughey, AH kinds of music
service pins to the employees, L. 35 years, Judson P. Jones, 25
C. Elliott, FAA Region Two ad- years, Arthur D. Beaver, 15 years, 12" Hi-Fi mcord
ministrator, said, "All of us in Theodore L. Jordan, 15 years, tiel.S1,0,$ ..A ft Vio the transfer of their offices. ,l' ,,
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the FA are especially proud 'of Glenn W. Kimberling, 15 years and :
those of our people who have de- John .K. Stringer, 15 years. ST0t$ from 1.35
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dicated themselves over 'the years
to the safety:of flight. It is through
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their efforts, to a great eit REPORT ON GIFTS
tent, that civil aviation has grown
f to the position of importance it NEW YORK (11P11 The John TAKE YOUR RECORD HOME WHILE to their new and modern location at
now holds." A Hartford Foundation disclosed STILL PAYING FOR YOUR CLUB!
The service pin wards were today in its first public report
made by John C. Nolan, Chief of that grants 'and gifts totaling
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i the Balboa International Air more than 18 million dollars had
Traffic Comrmunications Station, been made since the founder's
at the FAA offices in the Civil Af- death in 1951. Hartford and his PANAMA RADIO CORP.
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Balboa 1ATCS personnnel per- and Pacific Tea Co. Central Ave. Opposite La Merced Church Ave. Felipe Clement) r
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MN. "COTOPAXI" June is HEREDIA Juno 20 Inns 25
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. ERNESTO DE LA GUARDIA
TO BE HONORED AT PANAMA SYMPHONY CONCERT
The Symphony Orchestra win be presented in eon eoncert
cert eoncert Wednesday evening at the National Theatre in honor of Pan.
ames Pretident and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Members of the DiplOMAtiO Corps, official of Panami and
the Canal Zone and oelected music lovers of the area will be a among
mong among those attending.
Reservations are being accepted at the Department of Fine
Arts, Panam 202511.

Quarry Heights Womon
To Moot Tomorrow
The Quarry Heights Women's
Club will meet Wednesday morn morning
ing morning at 9:30 at the Quarry Heights
Officers Club. Hostesses will be
Mrs. Dorsey Franks, Mrs. Betty
Durni and Mrs. Betty Emmett.
Members are reminded to bring
"white elephant" articles for the
ru,mmage sale to benefit the Bella
Vista Children's Home.
DAR. liocts Officers
At Luncheon Mooting
Mrs. Albert F. Daniel was nam named
ed named regent at the business meeting
and luncheon of the locai chapter
of the Daughters of the AMeriall
ReVOIlltiOn in the Tivoli Room of
the Tivoli Guest House.
Officers who will serve with
her are Mrs. Ben F. Smith, first
vice regent; Mrs. Leo A. Ronan,
second vice regent; Mrs. Albert
B. Abreu, recording secretary;
Mrs. William C. Hitchcock, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary; Mrs. Don Donald
ald Donald W. Journeay, treasurer; Mrs.
John W. Muller, registrar; Mrs.
Robert Lessiack, historian; Mrs.
Frederick H, Hodges and Mrs.
Samuel E. Johnson, board mem members.
bers. members. The program presented by Mrs.
Elizabeth Muller 'featured the
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Cl;':..1:Ma itTE-GEN 1h. the board and will maintain resid- programs designed to bring the the Balboa USO-JWI3 will conti contigii:,:,:::,:iijiOni:::
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UFA SoUFA EYE-GENE DAILY TO LOOK YOUR BEST ordination department of Standard fending Democracy," "Extending etetty will meet thiA evening at 7:30
z . oil Co. (N.J.) in New York. Democracy," and "The United At the US0-.11VB Armed forces
Nations." SerVice Center in Balboa. All
,,,, The public Is Invited. Extra members and persons interested
1 parking facilities and police as- In coin collections are urged to at atsistance
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MUSK FOR DANCING ,,,, "' pret it as s sign of weakness and one policy or priSgraln 10 Mote tr.d statement admitting the
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CARNATION sheath a tif NEW 1 1:
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th roe b gan
now covering print of SPECIAL BARBECUE "ellip 0'''
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pow AOMORI, 2-0740 2-0741
reading of a poem "The Ameri American
can American Flag," by Joseph R. Drake.
Other members and guests at attending
tending attending the luncheon were Mrs.
Florecce Barrett, Mrs. Antoinette
Huff, Mrs. Lauraine Nilson, Mrs.
Ora O'Leary, Mrs. Catherine Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. Harriet Wide Mrs. A.
M. Bouche and Mrs. John J. Ryan.
Graduation Dance
At Cristobal Skyroom
The Cristobal Skyroom was the
scene last week of a graduation
dance honoring members of tne
Clan of '59 of Cristobal High
School. Hosting the event were
Ronald Frankel, Esther Miller,
Randolph AlbenYa, Frank Alben Albenga
ga Albenga and Beth Bialkowski, members
of the graduating class.
The gala event was attended by
nearly 350 classmates, friends,
teachers and relatives. Walter
Wood and his orchestra provided
music for dancing, and mothers
of the hosts served refreshments.
Floral arrangeinents were used
on the tables, and large '59. with
blue glitter on gold, was a back background
ground background for the musicians.
JiafR Voice Recording
The weekly supervised voice
recording service for Rervicemen
and their dependents will be held
that clean, fresh feeling
i AROUND THE CLOCK
In three
beautiful decorator colors!
remember
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' NEW ESSO VEEP Carl
:AR SPARKLING --!E Morrison, member of the board
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:i vice president of the colpany,
re of them wont Usis tits cording to Cipriano Paz flodrigt
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lotosom 8,00 oodt 0 a.mb 4016
this evening from I to 8 at the
Balboa USO-JWIt.
Volunteer technicians will be on
hand to assist with disc or tape
recordings for those within to
make recordings to send home for
Father's Day.
.CONTINVID PAO Mt)
Democralic So Ions
Deplore Pressure
On tabor Secretary
WASHINGTON (UPI) Thirty Thirtyfour
four Thirtyfour Democratic senators and con congressmen
gressmen congressmen issued a statement yes yesterday
terday yesterday deploring "intensive pres pressure"
sure" pressure" being exerted against labor
Secretary Jame P. Mitchell's
new wage and living standard pro proposals
posals proposals for migratory and other
low-income farm workers.
The group said the proposals ad advanced
vanced advanced by Mitchell are more
"moderate" than called for by
evidence of the "tragic conditions
of the great majority of farm lab laborers
orers laborers and their families.
They noted that the proposals
would affect only large scale com commercial
mercial commercial farms. They said, it is
big operators who are "exploiting'
farm workers.
They identified as spokesmen
for the large operators those who
have initiated a telegram and tele telephone
phone telephone campaign to persuade sen senators
ators senators and eongressmen to opoose
the regulations as well as sched schednublie
nublie schednublie hearinzs.
William H. Tolbert, legislative
chairman of this National Farm
Labor Users Conference, was
quoted in the statement as telling
members of that organization:
'It seems the regulations indi indicate
cate indicate their own course of action
that You ahould take. That is, do
anything you can, anywhere. to
ston them and to PreyPnt this is is;
; is; sitance of them and the holding
; of the public hearings."
CARL C. MORRISON .
NEW ESSO VEEP Carl G.
Morrison, member of the board of
directors of Esso standard Oil,
S.A., has been elected executive
vice president of the coMpany, ac according
cording according to Cipriano Paz Rodriguez,
Esso manager in Panama. Morri Morrison
son Morrison will continue as a member of
the board and will maintain resid residence
ence residence in Habana, Cuba. Ile suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds Donald L. Wright who has
been executive vice president and
member of the board since Jan January,
uary, January, 1957, and who has accepted
a position with the marketing co coordination
ordination coordination department of Standard
Oil Co. (N.J.) in New York.
Admission $1.00

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IMidget Monaco I
ACROSS
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Heating
devices
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1 Fruit drink
8 Rinned tabrie
9 List of
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20 Lariats
21 Printing
10 Persian
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15 Reiterate 13 Pigpen
Greek latter 18 Follower
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119 Attempt 21 Printing
20 Rebuild mistakes
24 Geese genus 22 Speedsters
27 Made into law 23 Reverberate8
31 Oriental 24 tritrean
guitar seaport (vat)
32 Odd lob
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Wild West Pedormer Fatally Injured
When Young Visitor Plays With 'Toy'

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PITTSBURGH (UPI)--A 9-yearold
boy, who shot and killed a
woma-n Wild West show perform performer
er performer when he mistook her gaudy
sharpshooting rifle for a toy, was
released today inthe custody of
his parents pending coroner's
inquest.
The boy, Frank Monaco, spent spentdie
die spentdie night in police custody
afttr the shootingat a "Front "Fronttier
tier "Fronttier Village" erected in Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's Point Park as part of the
city's bicentennial celebration. He
was turned over to his parents,
John and Billie Monaco. of New
Kensington, Pa., by Allegheny
County Coroner William D. Mc McClelland.
Clelland. McClelland. "I'm sorry, I'm awfully sorry,'
Frank told Chief Deputy Coroner
Joseph Dobba. "I didn't know it
was real gun. I was holding it
when all of a sudden it went bang
and I heard a woman scream.'
The youngster was touring the
Got Potter Opens
New YMCA Talks
Tonight At MO
Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter
will open a new "Adventuring in
Democracy" series tonight at 7:30
p.m. at the Balboa YMCA-USO.
Ile will speak on, "Meet Your
Local Government," which will in.
chide a discussion of the Canal
Zone government, Its relationship
to the Federal government, and
its comparison with local govern government
ment government in the United States.
This is the first of six weekly
programs designed to bring the
public up to date on the American
way of life. and stimulate interest
in public affairs.
Succeeding programs will in include:
clude: include: "Meet Your Federal Gov Government,"
ernment," Government," 'communism," "De "Defending
fending "Defending Democracy," "Extending
Democracy," and "The United
Nations."
The public Is invited. Extra
parking facilities and police as assistance
sistance assistance will be provided.
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tier sheriff's office. The boy 111W
two golden rifles lying on a bunk
and asked his mother, "Can I
play with the guns.' Believing
them only dummies, she assented
and the youngster pulled the trig.
ger of one.
The rifle fired and the bullet
struck Mrs, Mamie Alice Pen!.
nvin, who only minutes before
had loaded the rifle' with 29
rounds of live amunition In antic'.
pation of her performance. She
had plepped outside the building
to await her cue.
Mrs Peniman, 38, Sun Valley,
Calif., who performed in touring
v Wen shows with her huaband
Fred. AO. and daughter, Mary
Alice, 8, died enroute to Allegheny
Genet al Ilosoltal.
Most of thooe who law Mrs,
Peniman collapse.belleved it pert
of the show until she gained,
"Get me an ambulance, I've been
Aliot.'
In the coroneet office this
rnorntng, the widOwer met with
the Monaco boy', father, Monaco
extended hie hand to Penimen
and tears streamed from the
eye,' of both,
pray to God thAt all will be
forgiven,' Monaco said.
Meeting
brama Class
The weekly USO-JWB drama
class returne to the Balboa MB
this evening at I under the direc direction
tion direction of Len Worcester.
Bridge Tournament
The Duplicate Bridge tourna tournament
ment tournament which began last week at
the Balboa USO-JWB will conti continue
nue continue tonight at 7:30. Participants
are urged to arrive early FO that
cOmplete round may be played.
Numismatic Society
The Canal Zone NuMismatic So Socloty
cloty Socloty will meet thia evening at 7:30
At the US0-.11VB Armed forces
Service Center in Balboa. All
members And persons interested
In coin collections are urged to at attend.
tend. attend. WER
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three no.trump.
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spades and your king holds the
trick. You return the deuce of
spades and declarer wins with the
ace. His next play is a low club
to dummy's queen and your king
wins the trick.
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Angeles returned the king of dia.
monds instead. His reasoning was
that declarer surely held the
queen of spades and ace-king of
hearts for his bids. A spade re.
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trick but South would have time
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dummy still held the ace of dia.
MOMS as an entry.
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One-Time Boxer
Held For Slapping
Wife To Death
ATLANTA (UPI) A one-time
a ma teur boxing cha m pion who
admitted slapping his wife was
held on suspicion of murder yes.
terday while authroities investit
ated hers death,
"I don't see how could have
hit her hard enough to kill her,"
Lamar L. Mitchell said. "I had
slapped and played around with
her n other occasions, but I
don't see bow I could have killed
her."
Mitchell's wife, Nancy. 18, was
pronounced dead oa arrival at
Criwford Lon Hospital, Officials
ea4d she had len dead at least
an hour.
Mitchell told police he slapped
his wife Sunday evening when she
returned from a movie she had
attended with her aistere, Police
maid the young WOMMI had a
brillse on her chin and cheek.
The couple lived with Mitchell's
parents. Mitchell was Georgia's
light haaVyweight champion n
It156 and AIM He Wail unem unemployed,
ployed, unemployed, Reconnif Ion AI Red
rhina WNW lut
Blonder Solon Says
WASHINCTON WM) Sen.
Robert C. tyrd (DAC WO aid
y01414111 that illpionistio moon'
tion of 04 China would be "a
bhinder eit Immo ma anitudt."
gyr taiti in a smell prepirod
Mt the Meet. that "the roof'.
dente 61 frila Aga in OA Unittd
illy would
be. antioutly Maim' if thi ni nitibn
tibn nitibn tatognitad tha Potping re re&IC
&IC re&IC Such move, the freshman
Witt Virginia Darnocrit asserted,
would "greatly enhance the pres prestige
tige prestige of the Peiping government'
and "IN Communists would inter interpret
pret interpret it as s lion r weaknses and
wad be lett to umber attempts
to blackmail the fret world.'
Ilyrd also said be would oppose
admilition of led China to the
ited Nation. ueh action, he
said, "would create a proposter-
ma situation' because "Commu-
nist Chins WI at war with tho
United Nations, and Abet war
with the United Natinne, and that
wee never woe terminated.'

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BROADWAY BiJLLITIN BOARD
Binger Lee Wfleythe Lee Wi Wiley,
ley, Wiley, revered by Una -Of tastcful
vocalizing will stiffer through
some anxious momenta when a
lesser known performer who uses
the WIG name goes to triai tu
St Min bOtiqUet of traffic
charges. One accusation
ing without a licenseis explain explained
ed explained quite limply by Lee. "She
can't get onebocause that's not
her right name'. Juliette tire tireco,
co, tireco, whose diary ought to be well
worth reading, has shifted her
affection,' again. The new excite excitement
ment excitement is a handsome young musi musiclan,
clan, musiclan, Maurice Jerre. Score Scorekeepers
keepers Scorekeepers noted that Jeff Chandler
dated Either Williams three
times in a week. So perhaps the
old flame still burns.
The Bolshoi Ballet is continu continuing
ing continuing its policy of seating no late
arrivals until the first intermis intermission.
sion. intermission. Among notables who hiql
to cool their heels in the lobby
recently were Sir Laurence Oli Olivier,
vier, Olivier, Gina Lollobrigida and &irk
Douglas. .The newly wed Mor Mortrip
trip Mortrip to the eltmlirsidrthrmyli
ris Levy' (he's the jazz club OW11-
er and recording impresario;
.1oit:this!
have parted. The outgoing on
sreartgimaien
Cynthia Brooks, io reported toy toying
ing toying with the notion of anotair
fAonr gmeelf caorudiedn t
minute, if she wanted to. The lad
who misies her most when she"
away is actor Yale Wexler,
who's also heir to AA electronic'
fortune.
A famous movie otar cured his
nervous breakdown by taking the
"six weeks sleep treatment" in
Europe. The doctor puts you to
sleep, feeds you intravenously,
and you wake up in the middle
of next month. Some patients
who've had the experience say
it'o quite a horrible bityou hear
people coming and going but you
can't get up strength enough to
speak to them. .Lawyer Bartley
Crum, who handles Rita kitty kittyworth's
worth's kittyworth's complicated legal prob problems,
lems, problems, has been engaged by Judy
Garland to fight her battles over
money with Brooklyn night club
owner Ben Makin. Terry Cc Ccmo's
mo's Ccmo's newest record, "You Are
in,Love," has taken off like a sky.
rocket, and It's refreshing to
hear good music. in the top 40
Mee again. This pretty tune is
by Bart Howard, who writes no nothing
thing nothing undistinguished.
Faye Emerson and her lout
time best beau, Jack Walker,
seem to have ended the
She's making the scene with a
variety of swains, bubbly and
fancy free. Sonny Rollins, ane
of the biggest names in modern
jazz, bids fair to become one of
till! biggest problems to his tee teeord
ord teeord company. MGM sent Leonned
Feather out to the Coast to direct
the next Rollins LP, and he con con(erred
(erred con(erred about the album, engaged
a studio, hired other musicians
to accolivany the star then
waited. The brilliant tenor sexist
never appeared, When telephoned
lit home, he simply mid: "I've
decided not to show up for the
date, that's ail." So Dr, Feather
flew back to New York.
Restaurateur Romeo Salta
receive an award from the Ita Italian
lian Italian government for his work in
siding Italian immigrants in the
U.S. Although Ws bid of an
eyebrow-lifter, the Robert Wag Wagner.Debbie
ner.Debbie Wagner.Debbie Reynolds bedroom
scene in "Say One for Me" la a
howl. It involves slapstick stuff
with a folding bed, among other
funny gimmicks.
In the modeling trade, all the
symphathy Is with Candy Jones.
In the situation involving the
wreckage of her marriage and
the Harry Conover agency We..
de. Friends are particularly ap appalled
palled appalled by Conover's revenge, in including
cluding including his ungallant line to the
preis, "I guess I just got tired of
her."
Jscquelinl MOKetilit, One Of
Broadway 'a prettiest showgirls,
M...6.,400.1.. ,Sita .-001AMOMMn
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MEADVILLE, Pa. White
Mouse Press Secretary James C,
liagerty, predicting that AA II.
Mailmen' worldwide telecest
Would take place in Imo than lits
"It timid be ith important ky
in unlocking some of the barriers
that now limit A free exchange
s broad comMillileAtiOn of ideal
among the peoples of tha world."
MMIM6..
EMIT ORANGE, Nut, cit.
BrAvata, on plant- tOdivOtet his
wilt And Marry Om woman who
bort him quadruplet Saturday!
"1 Ahem intended to Wallas
it. My intktions were honorable.
But now IV I AOPPokild to know
we'd have quadruplets. It we d
had twine; this wouldn't have bap
pentd," ..
'WASHINGTON Senate Dom.
earatic Leader LYndon I, John.
ion calling for flexibility in Oita
nition'S foreign relatiOnii
"WO cairn& stake our ftittire on
one policy or prOgram. any mora
than we oan reit our bodies on
me-legged stool."
MCII
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there."
MCItAt, Miyor George
Callihan, on procialming a state
of emergency after the deratilin4
of two tank cars containing dead deadly
ly deadly chlorine gay
"Evegyone is staying awake.
There'a no pew of n)ind kook
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.Ithonda fleming's record a.
mount of luggage overweight
paid oft she picked up a hand handsome
some handsome new adorer on the trip to
the Cannes Festival) but it star.
tied the airline employes, nonthe nontheless.
less. nontheless. lier ovsrweitht e .h r! I
came to more than MO. ack
tommon, currently touring Europe,
le shooting loving cables to fel'.
cia Parr, in California.
Chotti Foley (one of the fumy
burlesque queens in "Gypsy")
dates Bruce Utley, stage manag manager
er manager of "Make a Million," after the
final curtain almost every mght.
Investigators probing Biwa
an'd abuses in the Newe York CI CIty
ty CIty welfare system have been in
terviewing happy vacationer&
botmd for San Alan On airline
coach flights. Many have turned
out to be on city reliefand
have the answer when asked
how they can afford a trip to
Puerto Rico: "friends" or 'rela 'relatives"
tives" 'relatives" lent the money to buy the
tickets.
Capt. Joseph O. Clemons Jr.
and his wife adopting pithy.
He's the Korean War hero who
portrayed by Gregory Peck Ill
the film "Pork Chop Hill".
The Red Nichols engagement lit
the Roundtable Will SO SUMP
Sultopping even the Dukes of
Dixieland record Red and his
Five Pennies have been signed to
return to the club right after la labor
bor labor Day and again during the
Christmai holidays. .Heartbeat
note for Moms: Clark Gable will
be in town late this month for
few days before he flies to Ku.
rope on a combined funand.mo
vismeking Jaunt.
Argentine Prelate
Visits Vatican
Slate Secretary
VATICAN am, Juns (UPI)
Mons. Antonio Jose Plaza, Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop of La Plata, Argentina, to
day had a long talk with assistant
secretary of state Mons. Antonio
Sa more.
Tomorrow night, Mons. Plaza
will attend ,dinner at the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine Embassy to the Holy See in
honor of Santiago Luis Cardinal
Copelpo, the new chancellor of the
Holy Roman Church. Also among
the guests will be the Ambassaci.
ors of Belgium, Spain,, Peru and
Holland.
Mons. Plaza WAS eqected to
have an audience with Pope John
XXIII sometime this week and
leave for home next week.
Another visiting Argentine pre.
late, San IsIdoro Bishop MOB.
Antonio M. Agultre, was sehedul
ed to leave fr Argentina toms
row.
Ku Klux Klan Gels
86 flew Members,
Chief Claims
OLDSMAR, Fla. (UPI) lor
Ida Ku Klux Klan leader Bi
Hendrix said yesterday his branch
of the Ku Klux Klan initiated Be
new members at a secret state
congestion in north Dade County
Saturday night.
Hendrix, who usually advertises
his KICK meetings well in acl
vance, refused to say exactly
where the meeting was held, al.
though he said it was a "big
meeting."
He also said a Jacksonville man
was named State Grand Dragon
and a Tampa man secretary secretarytrealurer,
trealurer, secretarytrealurer, but he refused to iden identify
tify identify the men.
Hendrix' rally was the second
KKK meeting in Florida Saturday
night. Some 1,500 perms attend attendod
od attendod a free supner and hoard talks
by memberi of another branch of
tho ICignat Plant City, About 250
robed Klansmen were present, but
most o Ate crowd was com'nOlied
of ctirioua spectators and persons
w110 ram to 'eat a free meal of
chicken and ries, "swRmp cab.
bage," squirret and coffee.
Flohl Over Boys
(eadt Tomonor
To Simil Girl. 17
JOLIET, lila (UP1)A teenoge
girl woo filthily itehhed with a
switchblade knife only yeaterday
mornine by Rooth.? sin in an tr trtomato
tomato trtomato over boy Mende, the her.
ottlre reported,
Thc victim woe Wei. lmwri,
I?, wbo died 10 minuteo titer the
stabbint on 141e emecoenty edam
onerating tnbla of Stivcc Como
itooleitoi. Rho woo Ribbed twit
in the chest and once oti the wriet.
Held on I mstisiaughter charge
nfirldinf firobeble ArrgiaTIMPTit in
mtmielpol court was Msrv Louise
'ityn lir Rho n'aft detained
in the Will County Jail after mak.
e Filament admitting the
otobbint.
Tho cirlo. both yeeroes, beaan
their eminent oarl,10 at a Imo
nartn, Ifnatee told, Atter the tar tarty.
ty. tarty. thev walked to the home of
Susie Wally, Id, where the stabbing
ocm,rcort,
111, girl, vithn calle4 the
sheriff's office, told sutheritiss
ahe tr'e,1 tn brtqk tho VOA
and suffered a eight cut on the
chin.

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!Meet o Surf Room
Mrs. Robert Wilcox and Mrs.
George Henning were co-hostesses
for the monthly meeting cd the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side Newcomers Club in
the Surf Room of the Coco Sole
Breakers Club,
With Mrs. Roy Lindqtdst, presi president,.in
dent,.in president,.in charge, plats for a June
fashion show were discussed, and
'also a proposed trip through the
Caul. Mrs. Robert Garvin a n d
Mrs. W. E. Reek of Fort Gulick
vmre btroduced as new members
and a farewell gift was presented
to Mrs. Larry Clark.
Guests of the club included Mrs.
Roley Wesley. Mrs. E. G. 'Went 'Wentworth
worth 'Wentworth Jr., Mrs. James S. Angeles,
Mrs. Don Shelby, Mrs. Jesse Lent,
Mrs. Norberto Rodriguez Mrs.
Simon Woegens, Mrs. Hal' Hazel
and Mrs. James Thornton.

6 Mexican Migrants Die
In Arizona Truck Fire

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PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) Six Sixteen
teen Sixteen Mexican nilgrant farm work.
els met fiery death yesterday And
32 others were injured when the
truck they were riding in smashed
into a tree here and caught fire.
The driver told a newsman he
fell asleep at the wheel.
Memorial Hos OW was jammed
with the injured. Four were in
critical condition.
The victims were trapped in
flames that engulfed the truck
when gas tanks exploded.
The accident occurred at 8 a.m.
and a score of ambulances rushed
the injured to the hospital.
Nato Manuel Olori a, Ir., of
nearby Mesa, Aria., driver of the
truck, told a newsman:
"I fell asleep at the wheel.
Cristobal Council
KoIC Holding
Elections Tonight
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Signaling the close of the old
year and the beginning of a new
one, the Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus, will hold en
election of officers for the year
1959-1960 this evening, at the Coun Counell
ell Counell Chambers in Margarita.
Candidates that have been nom nominated
inated nominated for the various Movers:
Paul J. Brooks, Harry Stutzman,
b. Ramirez, Herb Ledue, George
Hated, Gabe Martinez, Neal Dug Duggan,
gan, Duggan, Tony Gulotta, Bob Stokes, N.
Rodriguez and Larry Cellucci.
1,HoWIAer Alminatt011.6011! rt
been closed With the anticipat on
that more names will be added be before
fore before the balloting on Tuesday eye eyeA
A eyeA heavy attendance of members
is anticipated for title very impor important
tant important meeting. Preceding the elec election
tion election meeting, There Will be a spe special
cial special meeting of the Raffle Com Committee
mittee Committee at 6:45 p.m. for reports and
phase planning for the Charity
Raffle that the Criotobal Council
in sponsoring at this time.
R. Clayton To Be
Feted On 40Ih
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'Anniversary Party
The Enlisted Mee Is Advisory
Council of die Tort Clayton Ser Service
vice Service Club is beginning prepare.
tions for celebration of the 40th
birthday of the Pcist of Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, which vas named Tort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton under Section 1, War Depart Department
ment Department General Order 111 Oh July 19,
1919.
Although it is still in the plan.
ning stages the EM Council is pre preparing
paring preparing for e two-day carnival type
telehration with a field ay,
tames of skill, virious conteste,
a thow, birthday ball, pageant
and a museum.
M.Sgt. Philip 11. Bailor is ge.
chadrman and will be 111-
;listed by members of the ME Co
til 18 committee chairmen,
Anyone with any data, pictures or
Thernehtol Of the foundinas or
hiltorY of Fort Cieyton, Corotal
end Albrook Air frorce lase le
'eked t treed the Clayton Sor.
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Members attending were Mrs.
Wilber whitseu, Mrs. Philip Jud Judson,
son, Judson, Mrs. Walt Relhheimer, Mrs.
Wilbur lamina, Mrs. R. McClean.
Mrs. E. Daniel, Mrs. Ken Newby,
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When I woke up, the truck was on
tire and tne guys In the Dace were
screaming."
The ariver said-, "they were
fishtail dite a punch ot animais
lio get out."
Most ot the injured were btirned
ano tne dead were trapped maids
the big truck, winch hau a canvas
covered top, and is the type used
to transport workers to their POS.
The workers were on their way
to Tolleson, 10 miles west of
Phoenix, to harvest guile.
Robert Camp said the exploding
gasoline sounued "like a clap ot
thunder. It woke me up, but I
went back to sleep, only to be
awakened again by the screaming
of the injured."
Bill Burris, a rural fireman who
lives in the area where the acci accident
dent accident occurred, said he and his
wife ran to the truck to trt and
help the injured. His wife, a ospi ospital
tal ospital technician, helped him admin administer
ister administer first aid.
Camp said when he got to the
seem, men were running in all di directions
rections directions and many of them seem.
td to be "out of their heads."
The accident was one of the
WOrat on record in Arizona. Twen
tyeight servicemen were-killed in
1944 near Kingman, in a bus-treln
accident,
"The ones up front were the
out) who were caught and trap.
ped and died,' said one of the in.
jured through an interpreter at
the hospital,
John Wagner, another witness
among the first to. reach t h e
scene, said "I had to stand by and
watch six of them burn to death.
I couldn't do a thing to help
them."
! The' truck,owned by the Grain
Co. of Mesa, hed left there With
the workers at about 3 a.m.
The windows on the sides of the
truck were too small to be need
at an escape Web. There was a
small opening at the rear, and it
was partially blocked by a bucket
tot water and a pile of ouitcasec
Identifying the dead and in.
jured was a maior ta4lit. The two
most critically intured were Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Parra, burns over his body,
broken legs and a fractured rely relyle
le relyle and tatirentino Quinones
burns on his face and body, and
chest and back injuries.
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TAIPEI, Formosa (1.11,I)Mrs
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Imuso vetibp,lov ltl monthlv
lite to fitlilehlt, Sparks from the
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nuiekiv spresA, Pii,int seven other
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CWO II Id 0. Nisi!
Retires Frpm
After 10 Years

Retirement ceremonies were
held recently for CWO Nick G.
Pless, personnel officer of the 1st
Battle Group 20th Infantry, Fort
Kobbe, la the office of battle
group commanding officer Col.
Ralph A. Jones Jr.
A letter of appreaolation from
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher, U.
IS. Army Caribbean Commanding
'general, was presented to, Pleas.
it stated that Pleas had perform performed
ed performed his dutiee faithfully, for more
than 20 years of devoted mervice,
in the European Command, the
Continental United States, as
well as in the Caribbean Com.
mend.
This is the third time Pleas aerv aerved
ed aerved a tour of duty in the Carib
bean. From Dec. 23. 1942 until
Oet. 4. 1943. he was nn duty here
with the Caribbean Defense Com Commend
mend Commend and later returned from
July 31, 1945 to Sep. 29. 1947. Dui
ing his preoent tour of duty, which
began in October 1956. Plea.
first was "1"sistant adjutimt for
the post of Fort Clayton and then
was assigned to the battle group.
He holds the Commendationl
Ribbon with metal pendant, 1.1
merican Defense Service Medal
with Foreign Service clasp, A American
merican American Compaign Victory Me Medal,
dal, Medal, European-Ahican-Middle east
ern Camnaign Medal, World
War Victory Medal, Nation Nation1
1 Nation1 al defenee Service Medal, Ko Korein
rein Korein Service Medal, Armed
Forces Reeerve Medal, United
Nation' Service Medal and the
Penuhlic of Korea Presidential
Unit Citation.
love Is honked
Says Man Who Dor
To Train Porpoises,
MIAMI Fla. (UPI) The usual
question from someone who sees
porpoises putting on a trick show
is "how in the world are they
trained?"
Adolf Frohn, the find and one
of the moat successful porpoise
trainers, sumo up the answer
pretty much in two words: "Love,
and patience."
Frohn, whose porpolie portnes
Corky and Sparkle perform at the
Miami Seaqua say, 'that "be.
cause porpoises have' a higher in intelligence
telligence intelligence than dogs, they can be
taught more tricks.
The find trick Frohn taught a
porpoise was to' slip ihto a taro
ness and pull a surfboard on
which it girl and a little dog rode,
"The males are best to teach,"
Frohn feeli, "They take longer to
learn, but they Temember much
longerroTheaktematerktioern more.
quickly, became they are more
curioul, but they forgot quickiy
too."
What's the eecret in training
them?
"Porpoises are frightened and
upset when they first are caught,"
Frohn says. "Some will not eat
for couple of socks. The train trainer
er trainer must coorbice them he is
their friend, end that they will
not be hurt. Once their confidence
is gained, they are eager to
please. The program is to let
them know what you want."
A system of "rewards" is used.
If the porpoise performs the trick
correctlr, he is given a tasty tid
bit of f sh. Ile receives none oth otherwise.
erwise. otherwise. Frohn, the son, grandson and
great-grandson of animal trsin trsiners,
ers, trsiners, ails he never punishes his
porpoises for disobedience. "I'd
never be able to get near them if
I did. They're real alley fighters.
They bite, but and strike with
their powerful taile. That's why
they can kill even the biggest and
most vicious 'harks in matter
of minutes.
"If you mistreat them, they
may become vicious, Shower
them with love and affection
and plenty of foodand you'll lit literelly
erelly literelly have them enting out of
your hand."
DANOE ROW; "TOY"
DOVER, Englend (UPI) The
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thing dangerous about flew toy
her boy was pleying with in the
cellar Mt week. A helfy check
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SIX MORE TO 00 Reenlisting for six more years in Navy
Damage Controlman 3c Willie A .Hopper, right, being given
the oath by his commanding officer, Lt. Edward J. Sottak, cap captain
tain captain of the minesweeper US8 Falcon, at Rodman Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, A native of Hickory, N,C., Hopper is a veteran of 13 years
naval service.

Mixed-Up Father To Shed Wife;
Marry Mother Of New Quads

o
EAST ORANGE, NI. (UPI)
Ciro Bravata, w ose birthday
comet on Fathers Day this year,
took ateps today to shed the
mother of hie firet two children
And marry the woman who bore
him quadruplets last Saturday.
"I always intended to legalize
it," he said. "My intention! were
honorable. But how was I sup supposed
posed supposed to know we'd have quad quadrunlmt?
runlmt? quadrunlmt? If we'd had twins thit
wouldn't have happened."
The loyful news was pro.
claimed Saturday that quadru quadrunletsone
nletsone quadrunletsone girl and three boys
had been born to a Mrs. 'Anise
Strohlein Bravsta. 31. whil5 their
father paced the 'corridor of East
Orange General Hospital.
Mrs. Grace Sravata, SS, of New
York City, diasented from the
general pleasure. Legally sepal.
ated from Bravais for several
Mktg and aware that he was liv livino
ino livino with Miss.strohleln, she was
still the happy father'n legal wife,
and sbe announeed it, bitterly.
Brave& acknowledged she was
indeed.
Their two children, Geraldine,
13, and Robert, 12, had remained
with their mother when Bravata
moved out of the family how'.
"How do you think it is for kids
to open up a paper and see a

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"They read the thought of
having to go to school. Children
at this age can be very cruel."
Brevet, a railroad freight con conductor
ductor conductor who will be 41 on June 21.
said all he wants is to do right by
all six children.
"I'm going to get a divorce
now." he !oil. "I think maybe
my wife will put up obstacles,
though,"
Mrs. Brevets, who underwent a
heart operation shortly before the
COuple !operated, mentioned one!
"As a Catholic, I don't believe in
a divorce."
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Organized Medicine Must Stabilize Chi.rijis,,
To Be Politicians, Declare AMA Speakers

ATLANTIC ary, N.J. (UPI)--
Two leaders' of the American
Medical Association said yester-
day organized medicine must
hold the line on doctors' fees, boa-
pital charges andother bealth
care costs if it doesn't want "the
politicians' and the federal gov-
ernment to take over.
Both the old AMA president, Dr.
Gunnar Gundersen, Lacrosee, Wis.
and the new, Dr. Louis M. Orr,
Orlando Fla., addressed yester-
day's opening session of the as.
sociation's 10fith annual meeting.
Ttey spoke to the House of Dele-
gates, the ruling hotly of organ-
ized American medicine.
"The American public, a n d
rightfullv so. has an intense in-
terest in the cost of medical
care. These costs involve the Teo-
ple's lives, health and pocket-
books,' Orr said. He urged the
AMA to undertake "studies of all
T), laibie way to stabilize or re-
duce the costs of medical care,
hosnitAlization, and health insur-
once."
Gundersen addressed himself di directly
rectly directly to the matter of health in insurancebut
surancebut insurancebut "voluntary" health
insurance as pposed to health in insurfirce
surfirce insurfirce along the line of the pres present
ent present federal Social Security set-up
where participation is compulsory.
Organized medicine now la so de dependent
pendent dependent on voluntary -health in insurance
surance insurance that it can't "survive"
without it nor can voluntary
health insurance survive without
organized medicine. he said.
"Therefore, I believe, it should
be apnarent to fill physician that
one of medicine's most important
challenges now and in the future
is to adhere to the principle of
charging for profesiinnal aervices
on a bails that permits an halm halmance
ance halmance induatry to sell health in insorance
sorance insorance at a price thet pennle can
Afford in nay,' he maid. "If this
is not done obviously the ineur ineur&nee
&nee ineur&nee industry cannot continue
with forward looking. creative
planning and the end result will
be the assumption by the federal
government of the teaks now per performed
formed performed by the medicine-insurance
partnership.'
He was heartened by the prog progress
ress progress of medicine-sponsored Blue
Shield health inaurance plans in
extending coverage to persons 85
years old and olderthe retired
portion of the population. Dr. Orr
also emphasized that "medical
leadership' muat take responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility for the health care of the
aging and the aged who comprise
an ever-increasing segment of the
population due to tnedical act actence's
ence's actence's success in lengthening the
life span.
If "medical leadership" doesn't
take the responeibility, the politi politiciana
ciana politiciana will take over the field,' he
continued. "Every individual doctde-
valet reesignize Ithe problems
that. exist in the field of aging.
Encouraging progress has been
made during the past six months
by medical sotietlea, pre-payment
plans and insurance companita to
meet the health insurance needs
of senior citizens.
"However, we probably have
less than a year in Willeh to dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate dramatically and con convincingly
vincingly convincingly that private health in

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NEW YORK, June 9 (UPI) All it takes is a
Iface-lift to make the Pirates look like champs again.

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like pushovers, and there are oth othY
Y othY er days usually when little El El'
' El' Toy Face is pitching that they
I';' look like legitimate pennaz t
!threats.
' Face, whom his teammates call
'the men with the golden arm,"
has a sparkling 8-0 record in re
lief and is Pittsburgh's answer to
; Baltimore's Hoyt Wilhelm, owner
'4 of a 9-0 record. In fact, Face's win
ming streak is 13 games dating
back to last year.
A possible "meetin' of the un unceaten"
ceaten" unceaten" shapes up for the Ali-Star
game at Pittsburgh on July 9th be be?
? be? cause Casey Stengel already has
indicated he will pick Wilhelm for
the American League team and
Face is practically a cinch to make
the National League squad.
Face picked up his eighth
straight triumph and lowered
,: his serried run average to 1.03,
incidentally in Pittsburgh's 11-
inning 12-9 victory over S a n
Francisco last night.
The five-foot, seven-inch Pirate
relief ace blanked the Giants ov over
er over the last three innings and rookie
Harry Bright broke up the game
llth a three-run pinch homer in
the llth after two were out. Bright
was batting for Face, who was ap
peering in his third straight game
for the Pirates.
The victory snapped a four-game
losing streak and moved the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates into a three-way tie for Lhird
place, but they had to sweat to
get it.
They trailed 9-4 in the bottom
of the eighth when Dick Stuart's
: eighth 'homer with one on high highlighted
lighted highlighted a five-run rally that tied
- the score and eventually Rived the
game into extra innings. Danny
Kravitz also homered for Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh while Felipe Alou and Wil Willie
lie Willie Kirkland connected for San
Francisco. Mike McCormick was
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Hoyt Wilhelm will tell you today
that pitching is a matter of
catching.
Wilhelm, cast off by the Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, Cardinals and Indians, at 35
ts little less than sensational with
tine straight wins for the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles. Ile can credit it all
to his knuckle ball.
And to a pair of unsung catch catchers
ers catchers named Gus Triandos and Joe
Ginsberg.
The knuckle ball is the bane of
the catching fraternity. Fractured
digits are an occupational hazard.
.But the knuckler demands sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice above and beyond the call of
duty. It dips and it darts in un unJoredictable
Joredictable unJoredictable fashion, breaking, in
'no particular order, up, down, in,
out and fingers.
There are numerous catchers
who adamantly refuse to call for
It, or handle it, because of the
hazards involved while "boxing"
the flutterball. Wilhelm throws
four different knucklers and vdten
you consider that these are his
bread and butter pitches 80 per
cent of the time, you can under understand
stand understand that a reluctant receiver
would render him somewhat less
;than effective.
alarm ackon CATCHER
NEEDS CpOOD CATCHER
, "Look over the records and
! you'll see that no one ever hit
Ibim good when he had a catcher
; who could handle him," says!
: Manager Paul Richards.
That was the case when the
quiet Carolinian broke in with the
I Giants in 1952 and became the
1 rookie of the year with a 15-3
1
, mark and in 1954 when his relief
pitching helped carry the Giants
to the pennant. Men he had Wes
Westrum. There were some good
,, points after that, too, but nobody
; relished handling Iloyt's knuckler
i end Westrum's substitutes could
be numbered among them.
,: After that, Wilhelm went to the
Cardinals and then to the Indians
and it was at Cleveland in his
1 third game last year that Hoyt
upset all the baseball rides by at
long last becoming a starter.
4' When be was in the Giant farm
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Milwaukee defeated the Chicago
Cubs, 9-5, and increased its lead
to three games in the only other
National League game scheduled.
Only one gams was scheduled
in the American League, and in
it the Detroit Tigers moved into
the first division for the first
time this season by beating the
Boston Red Sox, 6-3.
Lew Burdette posted his ninth
victory while driving in four runs
in the Braves' triumph over the
Cubs. Burdette helped himself to
two doubles and two singles while
blanking the Cubs for seven in innings.
nings. innings. But Chicago routed n m
with a five-run bust in the eighth
and Don McMahon had to come
on finally to preserve the victory.
The Braves put the game away
with a seven-run rally in the fifth,
Burdette driving in three of the
runs with a bases loaded double.
Eddie Mathews contributed his
20th homer of the season off loser
Seth Morehead in the third inning.
Milwatike's victory snapped a
five-game Chicago winning streak.
Skinny Jim Bunning of the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers fired a six-hitter at the Red
Sox in pitching Detroit to wihin
2 1-2 games of first place.
Boston tied the score at 3-3 in
the fifth inning but the Tigers
scored the deciding run in the
sixth when Bunning hit into a dou double
ble double play with the bases loaded.
Eddie Yost singled home an in insurance
surance insurance run in the eighth and Al
Kaline socked his llth homer off
reliever Leo Kiely in the ninth.
Bill Monbouquette was the loser.
The Tigers' record of 26-25 now
puts them only one game behind
the third place Indians. Since
Jimmie Dykes took over on May
3, Detroit was won 24 and lost 10
for a sizzling .706 percentage.
And they said the 62-year old
Jimmie was "too old" when they
eanned him at Cincinnati last
year!

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system, he was labeled as a live liveinning
inning liveinning pitcher. Thus they tabbed
him as a relief prospect all the
way and that was his booking
under the big top.
BECOMES STARTER AT 34
Cleveland gave him his chance
as a starter when he was 34, and
after 363 appearances all in re relief,
lief, relief, although most pitchers be become
come become relfevers only when they
start to lose their stuff and sta stamina.
mina. stamina. He finished up at Baltimore
after an August trade, and, while
his 3-10 record wasn't even me mediocre,
diocre, mediocre, he did pitch a no-hit no norun
run norun game against the Yankees.
Triandos, and Ginsberg in a
lesser degree, have helped change
all that this season. For with Nii Niihelm
helm Niihelm pegging that knuckler to his
heart's content, Hoyt has pitched
eight complete games and needed
only one inning uf relief in the
other victory. Ili hits hurled three
shutouts, a one-hitter and a pair
of four-hitters while beating the
Yankees three times, Kansas City
and Boston twice and Detroit and
Chicago for good measure. His
earned run average is a fabu fabulous
lous fabulous 0.99.
"I throw two types of knucklers,
overhand and side arm," he ex explains.
plains. explains. "Then I throw each of
them at two speeds. One is a fast
one and the other a floater. This
gives me four different kinds of
knucklers. The fast one breaks
more and I use it most when
I've got the lead on the hitter.
But when I need control, I go to
the floater even though it is
easier to hit. But I guess those
four different knucklers are con confusing."
fusing." confusing." Triandos and Ginsberg groan
, mutual confirmation.
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a surprise victory over French
wonder horse "Jamin" Sunday in
the Abys Stora Vrix, a Swedish
trotting race. Jamln is scheduled
to make an American debut at
New York's Roosevelt Raceway
Aug. 1.

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VFW Teener
League Fund
Gets Boost
The fund raising activity of the
V.F.W. Teener Baseball League is
beginning to shape up and league
officials are beginning to have
hope that the necessary funds will
eventually be available to send
the Teener team to the United
States.
While the objective of $5,000 is
still remote, increasing contribu contributions
tions contributions from civic minded persons
and organizations have begun to
swell the fund. Since the previous
total of $338 was reported, the re returns
turns returns on booster tickets and gifts
have boosted the total to $828 was
reported, the returns on booster
tickets and gifts have boosted the
total to $828, as follows:
Abner B. Webster of Curundu,
$5; LB. Fenton and Co. of Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, $25: booster tickets, $260; Cia.
General de Seguros, S.A. of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, $100; and Dr. Frank' A.
Raymond of Clinica Raymond
$100.
The league and 15 teen-ers grate gratefully
fully gratefully acknowledge these generous
donations.
In the race to sell the most boost booster
er booster tickets, Joe Arreguin has edg edged
ed edged in front of John Carlson with
113 sold. However, the league has
not heard from Carlson this week
and he may have a surprise for
Arreguin. The winner will go with
the Teen-er team to Hershey, Pa.,
as Equipment Manager.
Tomorrow night, 7:30 p.1n., at
the JWB on La Boca Road, B'al B'alboa,
boa, B'alboa, an orientation meeting will
be held for the All,Stars and their
parents. The parents, who will find
it very interesting and important,
are especially urged to attend.
Anyone desiring to help send
these boys to the States, may mail
a contribution to: V.F.W. Teeners,
Box 593, Curundu, or may buy a
booster ticket from the boys or at
any V.F.W. post.
Tommy Aaron Wins
Sunnehanna Tourney
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (UPD
Young Tommy Aaron, playing
cautiosly, won the sixth annual
Sunnehanna Tournament of Ama Amateur
teur Amateur Champions Sunda y af ter
posting a 73 for a 277 total.
The 22-year old Walker Cupper
from Gainsville, Ga. withstood a
challenge on the final round from
Ed Updegraff, Tucson, Ariz., who
shot a'71 for a 280.
A gallery of 1500 at Sunnehan Sunnehanna
na Sunnehanna Country Club watched Aaron
hit tremendous iron shots after a
shaky start to protect his five
stroke lead going into the final
,round in the medal play match.
Finishing third was Cincinnati,
Obio's Roger McManus who shot
a 75 Sunday for a 287.
Deane Beman, recent victor of
the British Amateur, using the
Sunnehanna tournament as a
tuneup for the U.S. Open, fin;
ished at 288, tying Sam Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, Martinsville, Ind. o r
fourth. Both shot 69's Sunday on
the par 70 course.
Aaron bogied the first two holes
while Updegraff parred the first
and birdied the second to close
the gap to two strokes. After that,
Aaron played near flawless golf.
Updegaff, an erratic putter,
went sour when he missed a lour lourfoot
foot lourfoot putt on the sixth and seventh
greens to go one over par. After
that, he was unable to get under
par.
Aaron, who got into trouble on
the eighth when his tee shot on
the par-four hole went deep into
the trees. He gambled, using a
nine iron, and his second shot
bounced into a trap onto to the
green.
Paul Kelly, Ossining, N.Y. was
sixth with 289; Ben Smith of Blr Blrmingham,
mingham, Blrmingham, Mich. and Ed Tutweiter
of Charleston, W. Va tied for se seventh
venth seventh with 290's.
S orts Brie s
SCHULTZ CALLED UP
DETROIT (UP1)--The Detroit
Tigers have obtained righthander
Barney Schultz from their
Charleston affiliate in the Ameri American
can American Assn. Schultz, a 32-yeardd
relief pitcher had a 1-2 record
with the St. Louis Cardinals in
1955.
SKATING DATES SET
TOURS, France iLlPI)--The In International
ternational International Ice Skating Assn. an announced
nounced announced Sunday that the world
figure skating championships will
be held in Vancouver, Cana.la,
March 2-5. Munich or Garmisch
Partenkirchen, Germany, will host
the European figure skating
championships, Feb. 4-7.
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Four Teams Eliminated From
PAF Basketball Tournament

The PM' Basketball Tournament
went into its third day yesterctay
with only teams that had lest their
initial contest competing. Four of
the eight teams that saw action
were etiminated in the double eli elimination
mination elimination tourney leaving eight in
the riming tor the PAto title.
The 1:30 game saw the Marine
Barracks dropped from the tourn tourney
ey tourney as they went down to defeat
by a score of 59.45 at the hands
of the 1978th AACS from Albrook
AFB. Trailing all the way, the
Marines fougnt valiantly until the
final minutes of play when the Air
Force turned the game into a
rout.
Bob Sell led the airmen in the
second half as he dropped in all
of his ten points at crucial times
during the last two periods. Al
West was the top scorer for the
game and for the Albrookites
he dunked in 25. John Nelson flip flipped
ped flipped in ten points for the victori victorious
ous victorious AACS and Net Wilt agal,n was
the top tally maker for the Mar Marines
ines Marines as he got 21 of his team's 45
points.
The afternoon's second contest
was the roughest played game of
the cage event thus far. The 5i8th
Engineers of Fort Kobbe saw an
eight point lead taken away from
them in the fourth quarter as the
J.W.T.C. cagers from Fort Sher Sherman
man Sherman knocked the Engineers out of
the tournament by a 66-60 squeek squeeker.
er. squeeker. The game was tied at halftime,
but early in the third period the theEngineers
Engineers theEngineers began to move ahead
behind the scoring of Ahart Wilson
and Dick Kloskowski. Behind 56-
48, the Jungle Bunnies began run running
ning running like rabbits with Carl Feast Feaster
er Feaster on the receiving end of half and
full court passes to him under the
basket.
The strategy proved to be ef effective
fective effective as Feaster poured in 29
points and led his team to the 66-
60 win. The Engineers, who had
been playing slow, deliberate bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, tried to counter with a
similar fast break, but the move
only proved to be disastrous.
Los Barres and Allen Hansen
continually stole the ball and in intercepted
tercepted intercepted long passes to through throughly
ly throughly confuse the bridge builders dur during
ing during the last quarter of play. Han Hansen
sen Hansen also chipped in 13 points to
aid the J.W.T.C. cause.
A good crowd turned out to see,1
the third game on the four game
bill, but were disappointed when
the 62nd Mini, Fort Aniador fail-:
ed to make an appearance for
their. scheduled game with the
5700th Air Base Group of Albrook
AI'S. The airmen, received their
first victory of the tourney as the
62nd MRU was dropped for losing
its second consecutive game.
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Ed Furgol Picks Gene Littler
To Win 1959 National Open

MAMARONECK, N. Y. (urn-Late
on a June afternoon in 1954,
young Gene Littler missed an
eight-foot putt on the 72nd green
that placed him second instead of
tied for first with Ed Furgol for
the U.S. Open championship.
Wow, wowed the experts, this
kid will be another Ben Hogan.
And for a year and a half the kid
won like another Hogan. Then
the honeymoon ended abruptly in
mid-1956. His swing developed un unnatural
natural unnatural hitches. Advice zeroed in
from well-wishers and, some say,
from wrong-wishers jealous of
Gene's early success.
But today, as the 150 aspir aspirants
ants aspirants for the 1959 U.S. Open crown
spin through semi final practice
rounds, the "kid-now 28 again is
amen to be reckoned with.
Second leading money winner
of the year. Littler is so much on
the beam again he's the first
choice of the guy who beat him
in '54-Ed Furgol.
WINS THREE TOURNEYS
He ha's won tournaments this
year at Tucson, Phoenix and Hot
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TWO POINTER Joe Tomanek (13) of the C Company, lst
Battle Group, Fort Gulick squad, looks on helplessly as big
Wesley Jones (14) of Fort Clayton's Signal Service five goes up
for a two pointer in their meeting last Saturday. ,Looking on
at the far right is Dick Kylle of Signal Service while an un unidentified
identified unidentified player tries to block the shot for C Company. Signal
Service won the ballgame 88-63.

Fort Gulick squelched any hope
Navy Atlantic had of winning the
tourney as they dropped the sail sailors
ors sailors from the board by an 82-63
count. Navy Atlantic led through throughout
out throughout the first half by 19-16 after the
first quarter and then 34-31 at the
midway point, only to see C Com Company
pany Company tie the score at 50 at the end
of three periods.
The fourth period proved to be
the finish of the sailors as alert
ballhawking and great speed bv
the invaders from Fort Gulick
racked up point after point. Joe
Tomanek and Russ Johnson were
the big tally makers for C Compa Company
ny Company as they scored 21 and 24 res respectively.
pectively. respectively. Mso in the twin figur figures
es figures for the men of Gulick were
Charlie Ball with 16 and Roy Wil Williams
liams Williams who notched 10.
Ray Rose was once again the
man who kept the Navy in the
ond in the Eastern Open at Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. You can. call it a comeback
though even at his worst mental
and golfing ebb, Littler earned
good money by finishing well up
among the also-rans. That didn't
satify him. Last fall he got more
advice, this time from Paul- Run Runyan,
yan, Runyan, the straight-hitting little man
who twice won the PGA cham championship.
pionship. championship. "Paul advised me to change my
grip and the position of the club clubface
face clubface at the top of my swing,"
says Littler. "Even Whem 1 was
playing well from 1953 to 1953
some people felt my right hand
was too far under. He also advis advised
ed advised me to keep the club-face more
optn at the top of the swing.
"These are the big reasons for
my improved play."
Gene insists the advice he got
when he first began to slip all was
well-intentioned but some of the
hard-bitten followers of the tour tourament
ament tourament trail aren't so sure.
GREAT IN FIRST YEAR
It's a rugged life with nioney
riding on every shot and it's
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Macdonald Carey
Wendell Corey
"The Great Missouri Raid"
Wed. "International Pollee"
1MERCESFREL MENEIMEINIMM.M..
GAMBOA 7:00
"A TALE OF TWO CITIES"
Wed. 'Never Love a Stranger'
GATUN 7 :00
"A Streetcar Named Desire"
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John Saxon
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game as he put in 21 points, help helped
ed helped out by Jerry Cornell with 16
and Francis Maschka with 13.
Company C had not been figur figured
ed figured to cause too much excitement
during the tourney, but managed
to raise quite a few eyebrews as
they displayed tremendous dura durability
bility durability and conditIoning along with
an almost unstopable fast break.
Four more games are on tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's agenda as J.W.T.C., Fort
Sherman runs into the 1978th AA AACS
CS AACS of Albrook' AFB, Company C,
Battle Group, Fort Gulick clashes
with the 5700th Air Bass Group,
Albrook AFB, the 534th MP Com Company
pany Company from Fort Clayton will trade
buckets with Battery D, 517th Ar Artillepy,
tillepy, Artillepy, Fort Am,ador, and in the
final contest Company D, lst Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, Fort Kobbe battles with
the high scoring Army Signal
Service five from Fort Clayton.

highly possible some of the sug suggestions
gestions suggestions to Gene were made to
hinder rather than help.
All he'll say is, "I became con confused.
fused. confused. And I tried everything to
shake the slump."
After the '54 Open, Gene con continued
tinued continued to do well and when he be became
came became fully eligible for prize mo money
ney money in PGA-sponsored tourna tournaments
ments tournaments he went to town in his first
full campaign-1955.
That year he won four tourna tournament
ment tournament including the first of his
three.straight in the Las Vegas
Tournament of Champions. The
next season, he won three more,
including the Palm Beach Round
Robin against 15 hand-picked pro professional
fessional professional greats, before his slump
beginning in August.
His only victory in 1957 was at
Las Vegas. He didn't win any last
year though he was in the top 10
in 10 of the 27 tournaments he
talk with Paul Runyan.
Vacation Playground
Program Off To Fast
Start At Balboa Gym
The vacation playground pro program,
gram, program, under the Division of
Schools, started off with a bang.
Balboa Gymnasium has been the
scene of a constant flow of chil children
dren children from six years old to 18
years old.
Today, Monday June 8 and
Tuesday June 9, are reserved for
registration of children in the var various
ious various classes. Many new activities,
not previously offered, will be
given this summer, adding up to
an excellent program designed to
take care of all age groups, boys
and girls.
The program of activities Will
officially start at 8 a.m. tomorrow
and continues through August 22.
All students falling within the pro program
gram program age groups are urged to
sign up before Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. There is no charge or costs In Ingram
gram Ingram age groups are urged to
sign up before Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. Thpre is no charge or costs in involved
volved involved in this summer Play Playground
ground Playground program.
OSLO (UPI)Budge Patty of
Los Angeles and Paris won los
second straight international Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian tennis title Sunday by de.'
leafing Jack Frost of Monterey,
Calif., 6-3, 61, 7-5.

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TEAMS
Milwaulcao
San Francisr
Chicago
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
St. Louis
W L Pct. GB
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30 24 .556 3
28 26 .519 5
28 26 .519 5
28 26 .519 5
25 28 .412 712
20 30 .400 11
20 31 .392 1112
Today's Games
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at Chicago
Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 000 000 050-5 9 1
Mil. 011 070 00x-9 15 1
Morehead (0-3), Porterbeld,
Drabowsky and S. Taylor.
Burdette (94)9 Willey, McMa McMahon
hon McMahon and Crandall.
(Night Gam')
San Feu. 200 200 230 00-0 18 1
Pitts. 011 100 150 03-12 18 0
Miller, G. Jones, Worthington,
McCormick (3-5) and Landrith,
Schmidt, McCardell.
Kline, Daniels, Blackburn, Face
(8-0) and Burgess, Kravitz.
Only games scheduled.
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Teams
Hits and Mrs
Tigers
Loafers
Jumpers
Kool Kats
Katz 'n' Jammers
Rolling Five
Unlucky ,Five
W L
27 13
26 14
26 14
19 21
19 21
16 24
14 26
13 27
Tigers 3 Hits and Mrs. 1
The Tigers regained valuable
ground in their iluest for', the
league championship in taking
three from the league leaders, Hits
and Mrs. The Bengals are now
only one point in arrears of the
top notch.
Al Ketee and Bert Moss were
the standard bearers for the in inners,
ners, inners, who took the firat two games
but dropped the finale by six sticks.
Bert sported a 202 singleton and
finished with a 547 handicap set,
while Al tabbed 526 handicap set.
Both gents came up with iow
games in the closing round, other otherwise
wise otherwise the Tigers may have swept
the series.
The Hits and Mrs had Ike
Worthen topping the board with
516, and right behind him was his
little woman Marge with 508, and
Bob Hansen completed the honor
roll with 505, all handicap.
Loafers 3 Katz 'N' Jammers 1
The Loafers kept pace with the
top ranking teams with a 3 to 1
conquest of the Katz N Jammers
In a low scoring match, the Loaf Loafers
ers Loafers dropped the opener by 23
pins, but took the last session by
three pins. In the mid game, the
Loafers unloaded an over abund abundance
ance abundance of pinfall, and stockpiled 124
pins.
Roy Nichols and Larry Lines of
the Loafers were the only "honor"
keglers, with 527 and 507 handi handicap
cap handicap series. The best of the Katz
was 478 handicap belonging to Ma Mary
ry Mary Gomez.
KW Kats 3 Unlucky Five 1
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Jim Mingin, of the Kool Kats
displayed Classic League standard
of bowling, when he flashed a 619
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TEAMS
Chicago
Baltimore
Cloveland
Detroit
Kansas City
Now York
Washington
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W L Pet. GB
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26 23 .531
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Chicago at Washington (N)
Detroit at Boston (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore 4i
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Detroit 010 021 011-6 13 0
Boston 000 030 000-3 6 1
Buning (6-4) and Berberet.
Brewer, Bonbouquette (1 2)1
Kiely and Daley.
Only game scheduled.
BONES AT CLINIC
Garden City, N.Y. iNEA :
Bones McKinney, Wake Forest
basketball coach, will serve on the
staff of the Ade lphi College Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Coaching School at Gar-
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scratch series. On the tough Al Albrook
brook Albrook Lanes were 800 series are
few and far between, this 817
scratch series was an accomplish
ment .that should sew up some
trophies for Mingin.
Despite Jim's blistering pace, the
Unlucky Five still managed to
sneak in one winning point by 27 ,4
pins in the opener. Mingin started ,,,
out with 177, then tossed a 239
and completed with 203.
.
Some of Jim's talent rubbed ofg
on his missus, and Helen tabbe
Ft
a 538 handicap, and wizard t
of the chess board, Harry Rouse
racked up 510 handicap total. For
the Cellar dwellers, Lou Diosado
with 520 and Mary Uffelman's 506
were the best.
Jumpers 3 Rolling Flee 1
Rolling Five won one by 22 -ins
and,that was enough to keep them ,,,,
from' dropping in the basement.
They were denied from winning an anolher
olher anolher chit when the JUmpers took
the closing round by 14.
The Jumpers had two guys and ,,
a gal taking the honors. John
Woods showed the way with a 208 4
singleton, and 542 handicap set And
his fair lady Chris followed suit
530, and Jim Williams filled ,,,v
in the roster with 501, all handi handicap.
cap. handicap. For the Rolling Five, on'
one was "on," when Bill Fis;
smacked 509, handicap.

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tenyway, but Charlie Neal leaped high making doubly sure
( that he kept away from Jackie Brandt's sliding spikes as the
Francisco Giants' outfielder-third baseman stole second
bass against the Dodgers at the Los Angeles Colisetun.,

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rite those who know him best. kazg::0,A:;:: 4pisf,:;1;,,:,
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determination and the sh'ots. He t'
is a superior chipper and a re remarknble
marknble remarknble nutter who gets. down ;
in two from; anywhere around : ..:,
t.he green.,
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'the last semester to nrepare for :;,.: ,i10:?ir
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and hopes he does. rtasna Ranilon

Del Boman reveals- that he was,
tot at first certain that Deane
would -get to play abroad. Money
was the main problem, as usual.
The British Amateur followed
the Walker Cup, Matches by nine
days and Del doubted tbat he
could afford to help keep his son
overseas for that length of time.
Del played a art in getting
Deane interested in golf. "I was
a junior golfer,' he, recalls, obue
quit and didn't touch a dub for
19 years. All at once I decided
that the kids ought to play. So
I btight six sets of clubs and
gave one to each .member of the
T)el has three boys and a girl,
all married. The fifth and sixth
sets'of clubs went to him, and his
wife'
, "I, took the family to the Coun Country
try Country club and told the pro that
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PHILADELPHIA (NEA) With
the start he has, Henry Aaron of
the ,Milwaukee Braves could hit
), So; says Rogers Hornsby, one
' of ight major leaguers to bat
.400, or better since the turn of
the century.
"Aaron pays nioreattention to
the strike tone now,' soya Tha
Rajah, 'batting coach of the Chl
4 eago Cubs. "He hits with power
to all fields, That's the test of
a hItter, hitting the ball where
the get Obeli', power. snapping
'lints) the ball., Somibody solid
Aarn had morvelotio bloc You
, hit the boll with your biog.
What he does hove is a smooth
plot Oat 'lye!' him power. Guyo
wheA erodttle or bat fiat footed
aro, orm hitteri,
"Aaron gets his body into the
owidg.'
SPARTANS SPARKLI
r.,,.ST LANSING, Mich (NEA)
4. 'ikon State's 1959 golf team
,,, tal'ed an 114 won-lost dual
record for the best ,mark
0 la -,..rtan golf history.

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they didn't know one end of the
dun from the other end and to
teach them,' he recollects. It
'took' bn two of them.'
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The other accomplished player
in the family is the eldest son,
Del, Jr., a senior at Maryland
and captain of the golf team.
Del, Sr., points out that Del,
Jr., is credited with being as
good as Deane, but he doubts
that the older boy will join the
pros. "He already has two kids.'
Deane was 13 when he started
learning how to play, "He put
in hours of practice every day,'
explains the father. "His best
friend during that time was his
mother. She's the one who put
his dinner on the stove every
night to keep it warm. Deane
lit never around to eat on
time
Deane, who stands no more
than five feet, nine inches and
weighs only 140 pounds, has al.
ways been a good athlete and
ac ambidextrous one. He wai a
switeh hitter in baseball and
pitched with either hand. In foot.
ball, be passed with either hand
and kicked with either foot.
OUNOW,,..
He's always played golf right.
handed. "He knew there never
really was a tonnotch left-hand
ed golfer,' says Del.
Deane won the Mid Atlantic
Tournament in Maryland at 15.
He thrice participated in the
nitid States Amateur, winning
three matches in 1950, five in
'5 and six last year. He broke
Bobby Jones' record for being
the youngest plaver ever to qua.
lify for the U.; S. Open, having
just turned,47 at the fime.s
Beane B,eman ,has the flying
start and everybody who has
gm him says there is no reason
why he can't keep right on going.
RHODES SCHOLAR
Los Angeles (NEA) Leo
Durocher, f or mer National
League manager. oays he piegd piegded
ed piegded with two other big league man managersto
agersto managersto grab Dusty Rhodes belore
the San Francisco Giants recelled
the pinch-hitter ,from Phoenix.

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i.i Anibal, Galindo Brazos, Broois
par buster, fired an even par 70
to rake the 18 hole lead in the 1959
!! Lucky Strike Tourney now under
A way at Brazos' Brook. --
1 ;!1 Following close behind with. 1
!!: over par 7111 was Don- Hausa and
'.' Summits, Jack Smith. Elwood
Compton and Billy 'Beeson with 73,
: and Robin Moreland and Mary
!: Chadwick with 75 rounded out the
: lew scorers of the Tourney..
In the first flight Jack Smith's
71 puts him 7 strokes ahead of bit
nearest compeditin Gill moriand,
I who had a 78 along with Bob John JohnI'
I' JohnI' son Pete Hale, and Sam Puller.,
The second flight finds Charlie
; 1 French: leading with a 78 followed
closely by Fred Huldquist with. a
. 79' and Bob Armitage :with a O.!
' In the --third flight leading vath
a 79 is another of the French boys,
Worden, with 'Nelson trailing
with a id and Dowing with a oil
' The fourth flight finds Dr. Mortre
and Thompion leading with 85's
followed closely by LaChapetle
; and Jim 'Riley (kV with 87's.
, The fifth flight finds Anderson
and R. Doticet leading with 86,
with H. L. Mosley in 3rd place with
.
i a 92.
All golfers, have until next Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening to complete the flee fleeond
ond fleeond 18 holea Of this tourney. Lucky
Strike will give 2 packs of smokes
to the lucky golfere to birdie neles
1-4-8-10-or 18 during the second 18
- holes of play.
Remember there will be three
prizes in each flight and 4 or L
strokes behind at this point of the
tourney means nothing lin a 72,
hole tournament.
Following are the complete re results
sults results of the Tourney at the end of
18 holes:
Championship Flight
Galindo 70, Hause 71, Beeson'
73, Compton 73, Morland R. 75,
Chadwick 75, Mathieson 76, Riley
, Jim 76, Francey 76, Riley George
: 76; Jalikus 77, Massot 77, Kline
Jeff 77, Jacks 78, Saarinen 78,
LeBrun 78, Beall 78, McGilberry
' 80, Mitten 82.
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Smith Jack 71, Morland Gil 78,
' Johnson Bob 78, Hale 78, Puller 78,
Maduro 79, Kosik 80, Day 80, Lom Lom::
:: Lom:: broia 81, Spenoer 82, DesLondes
!: Sr. 82, Collectt 83, Morro w 83,
' Meeham 84, 'Nordstrom 84, Bon Bon!:
!: Bon!: iorni 85, Smith Mel 85, Annicheri Annicheri:,
:, Annicheri:, co 88, Lally 91.
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French Charlie 78; ITuldquist
; Fred 79, Armitage 80, Grow 82,
DeRaps 8Z, Female 82, Byerley
1 82, Wallace 83, VanHoose 84, En En3
3 En3 gelke, Bill 84, Wikenstadt 84, Mac Maci
i Maci Cullough M, Toledono 84, Cox 85,
:3 Jamison 87,, Edhen 88, Terry 88,
I Huldquist, Bud 89, loth 89, Kline
i 89, Smith J. R. 90, Whitney 91,
3 Holmberg 92, Duffus 92.
1 third Flight
French, Worden '79, Nelson, 83,
Dowing 87, Reed 88, Slaughter 90,
Mendoza 90, Fraunheim, Gene 91,
- Hazard 91, Bailey 91, Pinkom 92,
Jones 94, Hardie 95, Kaplan 98,
Collins 99.

Fourth Flight
Moore 85, Thompson 85, Riley
Jim (jr), La Chapelle 87, Esslinger
8, Tortorici Pete 89, Wheeler Mal Malcom,
com, Malcom, Dedeaux 93, Marrill 93, Ste Stephens
phens Stephens 93, Leigh 93, Simon 94, Wat Watson
son Watson Walter 96, Mosser 99 Sharp
102, Hertgen 103A Burnstein103
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F ifth Flight
Andersbn 86, Doucet 86, Mosley
92, McKeoWn 95, Danliesen 97,
Swisher 97, Lloyd 98, Demers 100,
Burnstein S. 101, Sapp 101, Her Hernandez,
nandez, Hernandez, 102, Erwin 102, Stemple
102, Hull, 103, Lucas 107, Gamic
108, Hinds 110, Devoll 118.
BASI CONSCIOUS Bat Batting
ting Batting around .330 behind the lead leadoff
off leadoff man, Eddie Wats Harvey
Kuenn, left, gives the Detroit
cleantql men someone to hit in
and Tigers teeth.

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The ,way Ingemar Johansson is
training tor his 4une 25 bout wilt
Floyd. Patterson. the
rounds every place but In the ring
te must think he's preparing
tor- the Olympic ,clistancetarce
rounds. Anything longer is sure
to induce exhaustion; ;
Add Joe. Geragiola on Yogi Ber Berra:.
ra:. Berra:. "Yogi couldn't tell you what
2 and 2 makes. Por all he caret,
it makes 8. But ilomething he
likes.. le's a Ph.D.".
Back a half dozen years iksto,
whemChico Carrasquel was a na national
tional national hero in Venezuela, he Used
to come 'home from his chore
with the Chicago White Sox to,
make appearances at ball parki...'
every, time he showed up in Ma Maracaibo,
racaibo, Maracaibo, a little oliveskinned kid
was outside the park with paper
and pencil in hand waiting pa paliently
liently paliently for Chico's autograph.
The kid? Luis Aparicio, as big
now as Chico ever was. in Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela and the same man who
drove Carrasquel off the White
Sox.
Five years after she first puf
her hands on a- goff club, Betsy
Rawls was a runner-up :in the
U.S. -Women's, Open. And lit one,
more year she won 'it. the first
of the three Open Aitles lhat tie
her with the late Babe Merits
for all-time honors.
It's been noted that Marsha
Rivers, who twirls her torso in
"Gypsy" on broadway, hit been
sharing tables these days with
Billy Hoeft and Harvey Kuenn
among the ballplaying brigade
but in the fall she's the gal friend
of Giant linebacker Swede Svare.
and at the Giant party celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating their Eastern, Division victory
proposed a- plan to jog lethargic
fansshowgirls to lead the "Go!
Go! Go!" from the sidelines, with
Marsha as head cheerleader.
not? a bad idea,.
Floyd Patterson will sponsor his
kid brotherqtaypond, a husky 15-
Richmond Chalks Up
Eighth Consecutive
VidoIY
lkIEW YORK, lune ann)
The Richmond Virginians hive
matched the longest winning
streak in the International
League history and crept to with within
in within a half game of the first-place
Buffalo Bisons.
The Virginians scored their
eighth straight victory last night
when they beat the Roehester Red
Wings, 7-4, on the strength of
Glenn Cox' brilliant relief pitelv
ing. 'rhe Virginians set the club
record of eight straight wins back
in 1915.
Cox replaced Bill Short after
Rochester took a 4-2 lead in the
fourth inning and shut out the Red
Wings for hte last five frames. The
Virginians W6n the game in the
eighth when they staged a four-run
rally.
Toronto beat Miami, 4-0, in
game suspended from May 3 but
when the Marlins scored a 5-1 vic victory
tory victory in a regularly-scheduled con.
test and Montreaktopped Havana,
6-3, in other games last night.
Buffalo and Columbus were Idle.
Roped Off
In Bull Pen
CINCINNATI (NEA) Tha o origin
rigin origin of the term bull pen in base
ball has never been positively es established.
tablished. established. Some contend huge Bull Dur Durham
ham Durham tobacco signs on fences of
many parks early in the century
inspired the expression.
Lee Allen, new fall of Fame
historian, cites refekence to the
term bull pen in stories about
the Cincinnati Red Stockings'
games in 1877, however, to de,
scribe areas behind first and
third base beyond Ihe grand-.
stand, where spectators were ad admitted
mitted admitted at reduced prices and
"herded behind ropes like btills."
O'Malley
A Trojan
LOS ANGELES (NEA) South Southern
ern Southern California was elected as the
outstanding college Utensil team
in the land.
The Trojans are the defending
National Collegiate Athletic As Asiodation
iodation Asiodation champion& but are On
probation and ineligible to com compete
pete compete in the college World Series.
So Walter Francis O'Malley of offered
fered offered to fly the winning team
from Omaha to Los Angeles to
meet Southern California in a
special game as half of a double doubleheader
header doubleheader with the Dodgers.
Owner O'Malley says hi wanfs
to give college baseball its big biggest
gest biggest audience in history.
His stouts could have a pod
look at Vie talent at the same
time.
WINS RICH MASI
PARIS (UPIIBarquette, an
outsider, outdistanced 24 rivals
Sunday to win one of the highest
purses in French racing. Thion de
Chaume collected $32,000 as
Barquette scored a length and
one-half Victory in the mile and
a third flat rate.

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year-old only six pounds lighter
than the champ, in Goldea
Gloves competition this year;
has already used him as a 1par 1parring
ring 1parring partner.
Patterson fought hi toughest
fights, not 1$ in amateur or as
a pro. .but as a kid in the -ugged
Beciford-Stuyvesant section of
Brooklyn. .when his older bra,-
thers, ?rankle and Billy, were
boxing Golden Gloves and every
kid in the ntighborhood challeng challenged
ed challenged Floyd to show he could fight,
too. ."Raymond didn't have to
go through that with me," he sAid,
'because I moved the family to
a nice placeMimi Vernon.'
Why the Yahkees don't scare
Ho,vt Wilhelm, the Oriole nutter nutterballerhe's
ballerhe's nutterballerhe's a Purple Heart vetcr
an of WW II's Battle of the Bulge
.and talked about wanting to
be, a starting pitcher even When
starring as a reliefer with the
Giants seven years ago.
00.
Bob Allison, the Senator's fine
rookie gardener, went to Kansas
on a football scholarship because
that was the only way he could
get Into His Raytown,
Mo., high school didn't have a
baseball team. Allison made
enough of a dent in his one year
of,va.rsity grid action to have the,
Sas Franciseo-Frirty,Niners eend
him a questionnaire, while he
was buried in the Senators' farm
system at Charlotte.
On football, this is the year or
else for Wally Butts at Georgia.
a couple of his chums re no
longer on the athletic board-
Harvey Haddix says be didn't
feel good before he twirled that
epic 12 innings of perfect baii in
Milwaukee. .wheit he toiled in
the minors at Winston-Salem, he
once got out of bed with 104-degree
fever to let a Cardinal of official
ficial official watch him pitch. and
threw a one-hitter fanning 19.
Between you'n'me, didn't Joe
Cahill threatening to quit as drum drumbeater
beater drumbeater ("because I was up a blind
alley with nAmato") touch off
Bill Rosensohn's blast at Cus 1P1"
undermining the Patterso n nJohansson
Johansson nJohansson promotion?.
Pktvgrourtd
Sports
BALBOA GYMNASIUM
BOYS' BASKETBALL
The summer program for
Boys' Basketball at the Balboa
gymnasium will get underway
,Wedneaday, June 10. The pro program
gram program will run throughout the
I summer into the last week ol'Au ol'August.
gust. ol'August. Any boy can register and
participate at any time, whether
he will leave before the comple completion
tion completion of the program of return
from the states after the pro proI
I proI gram has started.
There will be participation for
'boys from the ages of seven (7)
through .seventeen (17), in E, Do
C, B, A, and Elks League. Cen Ceneallyt
eallyt Ceneallyt boys in E and E League
Ill include the eight (8) to
twelve (12) year olds, C and B
League the Junior High Boys,
and A and Elks the Senior High
Boys.
For the Elks League, the boys
I must be in either the Balboa Jun Junior
ior Junior or Senior High School exclud excluding
ing excluding boys who graduated this
June. Those graduated are urged
to participate in the Government
League which will play from five
f5) to six (6) daily.
The practice schedule for the
various leagues is as follows.
8:00 9:00 "E" League, tylp tylpPel
Pel tylpPel 9:00 10:00 "D" League, 1.,Tp
Iper gym.
10:90 11:00 "C" League,
Lower Pm.
11:00 4 12:00 "B" League,
'Lower gym.
1:- 4:00 "A" League and
Lower gym, Elks League.
League games between the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Side Play grounds will be
played on Pride y. The Elks
Leagtie will play'scheduled games
on Tuesday and Thursday from
2:00 to 4:00, playing a schedule
made up of two. halves.
A basketball tournament on
Aug. 17,. 18 and 19 at the Balboa
gymnasium will determine the
ehampions in the A, B, C, D, and
E Leagues betWeen the Atlantic
side and Pacific side playgrounds.

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Puerto Rico Cop
Is Latin Atherican
Skeet Shoo I-Champ

DALLAS, Tex., June 1 (UPD
Col. Salvador T. Roig, chief of
police of the commonwealth of
Puerto Rico, today was hailed as
the "Latin American champisin"
in the annual International Pan
American Skeet Shoot which end ended
ed ended Sunday at the Dallas Gun
Club.
Col. Rolg earned his title by
hitting 199 out of 200 targets with
a .12 gauge shotgun.
Ten shooters came from Puerto
Rico, including the lamed fiveman
police Department team.
The police team was third in the
all bore section with a combined
score of 980 (Alberto Guerrero 198,
Roit 199, J. Loyola 198, William
Fernandez 191, Federico Valle
194).
In the sub small gauge division,
Guerrero had 82 x 100, Roig 88,
Loyola 90, Fernandez 90, and 'Va 'Valle
lle 'Valle 89.
In the small gauge, Guerrero hnd
94, Roig 97, Loyola 98, Fernandel
94 and Valle 88.
In the 20 gauge division, Gue Guerrero
rrero Guerrero had 95, Roig 94, Loyola 90,
Fernandez 97, Valle 91
In the high overall (Four guns),
Guerrero 469 x 500, Rolg 478, Lo Loyola
yola Loyola 485, Fernandez 472, Valle 461.
Back Where
It Started
SPRINFIELD, Masi!. (NUM
Lou Little, the long- time foot football
ball football coach, will receive an honor honorary
ary honorary degree from Springfield Col
lege on June 14.
It was at this school that Amos
Alonzo Stagg became the first re recognized
cognized recognized football coach and con conceived
ceived conceived many of the games early
innovations inthe 1890's.
it was in Spring Hold of Harvard
and Yale agreed on rules for their
first football game. It was iere
in 1876 that delegates from Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, Ifarvard, Princeton and
Yale held a meeting from which
grew the first Intercollegiate Foot
ball Association.
It was in the Springfield Col College
lege College gymnasium that Dr. James
Naismith tacked up peach baskets
and invented modern basketball
in 1891.
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'Eleven imported two-year old
cobit and fillies have been enter entered
ed entered for the $2,000 added seven-furlong
National Red Cross Classic to
be 'run at the President Remun
racetrack June 28.
Miss Brunette, Nairobi, Pops,
Piccoline, Falange, Puerto Made Madero,
ro, Madero, Jam, Tierral, Santanero, San
Judas and Sin Rotas are the
youngsters nominated for this an annual
nual annual feature.
Colts born in the southern hem hemisphere
isphere hemisphere will carry 118 pounds
while those born in the north will
tote 113. Fillies get three-pound
allowance.
ono--
Joss Regalia (Pinky) Arias re.
contly bought Prtoria I, a
throughbrad now competing with
success at tho San !Woo race.
track in Lima, Peru. The racer
is oxpocted to be sent hors soon.
The Argentina brad chestnut
coated racer is anoffspring of
Cruz MontialPappoemint.
ono--
Betting was better than average
over the past weekend at the loc local
al local oval. A total of S125.466 was
wagered over the wPelenri---S58.
447 on Saturday and $67,019 n
Sunday.
o0o
Dario Madrid, -Vidor Telada,
Franco Justiniani and Gilberto
Ramos got six meets each for
croising their opponents during
Saturday's and Sunday's races.
Msdrid was set down for crowd crowding
ing crowding Rest and Kensington with Re Recife
cife Recife immediately after the start of
Sotorday's eleventh race.
Tejadi got his enforced vacs vacstien
tien vacstien ffIr crossing Tito Perenue
with Okiland on the turn into the
homestretch in Sunday's fourth
rare.
Jtictiniapi won sittmended for
crowding Blue Paint. Second Cuo
t,(1 Sorrgs Rand with Donito richt
after the start of Sunday's first
ra"n.
Ramos got his suspension for
(Tooting Oliagnmqva with Ilion
during twiny's fourth race..
Otte For Me. ciPcond Reel Reelfe,
fe, Reelfe, Noventa y Tres and Destello
were each sutogwied for two
weeks by the track's veterinarian
when they were found, to be suf,
tering from various ailment e.
Moughe got a two-mtret suspension
for the same reason.

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Frascisquito was set down tor
21 days wizen he finished Sunday's
fifth race lame. Rey Belot wal
ordered scratched from Sunday's
sixtn race and placeo under the,
vet's care when a bony growti
was found on a foreleg.
,
Rabiblanco, which refused -at .1'
the stAiL Saturnani fourtu racei --
was suspended for four meet.
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Among the jockeys, it was the
same old story over the weekend.
Braulio Baeza, as usual, was the--
winningest rider with six. Heti&
doro Gustines was the runntrup
with five.
Beeza now has a total of 129 4 .4'
victorios with five meets re "I
maining in the semester. It 0-,
doosn't sum likoly that hell 4'
Nurpass his mord of 156 win.; sA
mars for ono somostor sot dor- os,'r,
ing tho final six months of 115L-,'"l'Itt.
o0o-- r rThe
The rThe owners of Siete y Media:, 2.",.
Pan Tostado, Ali and BiancorL.
have decided to delay sending
these horses to Puerto Rico for an-,
other week. Pan Tostado is enter,.
ed for this coming Sunday's $2,000 i.,
added one mile Press Classic ale, 7
is the second choice to win this
yearly feature.
The speedy Bob, an impressive
'fourth in the recent Gen. Jose Re Re'
' Re'
mon Classic which was won by
tack champhin Quidico, shape'
up as the early favorite. Other ,,
top three-yearolde which will par,
ticipate in Sunday's classic Ira
Don Lucho and Nebrisca.

KNOW ALL SIGNS
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been battery mates on Weil
different National League club&
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silica. stiff muscles and swollsa
Joints make you miserable, g iot
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FOR RENT:--Completely furnish furnished
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FOR RENT: Vacation House in
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FOR SALE: Three bedroom
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large lawns $75.00. Phone Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 5232.

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North American neighbors, reg regular
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FOR RENT:--In El Cangreio.
Furnished one bedroom apartment
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FOR RENT:Three bedroom
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i Floyd, Johansson
To Sign Contracts
In flew York Today

NEW YORK (ITPDFloyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and Ingmar Johansson
are slated to sign official con contracts
tracts contracts t headquarters of the
New York State Athletic Commis Commission
sion Commission Tuesday for their June 25
heavtyweight title fight.
When they signed their oHginal
private contracts with promoter
Bill Rosensohn on Jan. 29, the site
for,their 15-round ,bout had not
been selected.
And, at that time, Yohansson
bad no license to fight in New
York state; and Rosensohn had
no licenses to promote here. Aft After
er After Yankee Stadium was picked
for the site, both the Swedish
challenger- and Rosensohn got
their licenses.
In announcing t 0 y's cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, the commission apparently
figures that Federal Judge Irving
R. Kaufman will ncpt announce his
decision in the Johansson-Eddie
Machen suit until Wednesday or
later.
Trial of tbe sult was completed
last Friday and Judge Kaufman
reserved decision.
Machen of Redding, Carl, sued
to restrain Johansson from fight fighting
ing fighting Patterson or anyone else be before
fore before be carried out a return-bout
agreement. The agreement was
made last Sept. 13, the day before
Johansson knocked out'Machen in
the first roukd at Goteborg, Swe Swe4en.
4en. Swe4en. Ingemar 'elaimed the agree agreement
ment agreement was Invalid for several reaSena.

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SEEK CUBAN BUSINESS
LONiDON WM) Commander
Michael Parker, former secretary
and friend of the Duke of Edin Edinburgh,
burgh, Edinburgh, is one of a party of promi prominent
nent prominent British men flying to Cuba
today to try and land business
deal! worth 280 million dollars.
Leader of the mission to Prime
'Minister Fidel Castro's govern governis
is governis Sir Stanley Rawson.

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Automob,iles

FOR SALE:I958 Ford 2400r
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-356,
Coco Solo. Anytime.

FOR SALE:-1958 Ociel '7000
miles $1465. Coco Solo 3Z.

FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Coupe, Mo Model
del Model 1767, color Harbor Blue
top, equipped with Turboglide,
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
Battery Good Transportation
$100.00 Call Balboa
2-2933.

FOR SALE:--Good second car
1950 V-8 Food 4 door. Good
tires. Just what you need for
going to work. Cali 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: Pivmoufh 1957
Belvedere V-8 four doors, black
with radio, A-1 condition.
S180000 Call Panama 3-4742.,
Salesman Wong.

FOR SALE:--1955 2-door Pon Pontiac,
tiac, Pontiac, Hydra, radio EZI glass
$1075.00, original owner. Phone
Cristobal 3-3225.

FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine, Frigidaire, porcelain
perfect condition $110 cash.
Peru Ave. 33-25. Call Alexander
3-2217.

FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, one air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, new furniture. Ba Balladares
lladares Balladares Building", opposite The
Santuario. Phone 3-7921.

FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 2 door sedan, V-8,
radio, wsw tires, duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1300. Call
4-1173, Panama.

FOR SALE:--1951 Nash Ram Rambler,
bler, Rambler, station wagon, duty paid.
$200.00. house 2264-A Carr St.
Balboa, Tel. Balboa 2-3662.

FOR SALE:--1953 Ford, 6 cyl.
Custom line, good tires, radio.
782-C, Balboa 2-1497.

FOR SALE:-1958 Buick Special
four door sedan, equipped with
factory installed air condition conditioning,
ing, conditioning, power equipment, radio,
heater, tinted glass, fog lights
and many extras. Less than 6,000
miles. House 3206 Empire St.
Balboa.

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, t excellent
condition. Call Sgt. Negron at
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.

AUTOAC
Has Simentx Car Wax At
0.95
13th it Central Ave.
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CON MEN SLACKING UP
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) In Inspector
spector Inspector George Dyer, a 34-year
veteran on the San Francisco po police
lice police force, said that even crimi criminals
nals criminals were better in the good old
days. "Today's criminal simply
doesn't take pride in his work,"
Dyer said. "Some of the old-fashioned
confidence men would con consider
sider consider it an affront to their profes professional
sional professional pride if they had to stoop
to the hit-run action of today's
criminals."

WANTED

Experienced bi-lingual Receptionist-Telephone oper operator
ator operator with knowledge of bookkeeping. Write com complete
plete complete details covering education and experience and
send together with photograph to
ADVERTISER 201
BOX 819
PANAMA, R. de P.

2 Men' Return Lost
Bogs Of Money

DENVER (UPI) Two men
won high praise yesterday for
their honesty in returning thous thousands
ands thousands of dollars that spilled out of
an armored truck when the rear
door flew open.
The men brought back 10 bags
full of money, containing up to
an estimated $100,000 that fell
from an Am-M-S truck that flew
open Lakewood, a suburb of
Denver.
Wendell H. Basham, 43, and Ed Edwin
win Edwin A. Kannenberg, 59, found the
cash from the truck drive by Rob Robert
ert Robert Payne, 23.
Payne and his assistant, Wil William
liam William Moyle, 38, were not aware
they had scattered the fortune a along
long along the streets.
Kannenberg said he spotted six
of the bags in a gutter while he
was mowing his lawn. Basham
found the other four in the street
while he was driving.

Miscellaneous I

FOR SALE: Complete Library of
Universal Knowledge 1141
AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA"
in 36 Vo limes perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Original cost over $400.
Sells for only PO. Phoite 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 autgmatic 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 leo, S.A. 45th street ancV
Via Espaiia.

The following surplus propertY
is for sale on bids at the Fort
Clayton t4C0 Open Mess. Sealed
bids will be accepted until 17
June 1959. Property and other
meszellaneous items may be seen
at building No. 153, Ft. Clayton,
C.Z. for information call 87-
3196 or 87-3116.
1 ea. Coin Counter.
Ita. Refrigerator-6 door readc readcin
in readcin 25 cY cY1
1 cY1 ea. Refrigerator Household
25 cy.
2 ea. Refrigerator; 25 cy.
6 ea. Booths Duroehrome.
7 oat. Booths Durochrome.
1 eat. Booth IN Round
1 ea. Table Aluminum Trim Trimmed
med Trimmed 30x42"
2 ea. Booths Section 2 seat seat1
1 seat1 ea. Cooler Beer.
1 ea. Sink-double
1 ea. Machine Vending
1 ea. Bar Stool
1 ea. Mixmaster-Sunbeam.
4 ea. Sets Curtains Bamboo.
1 ea. Deep Freeze.
1 ea. Fan Standing 25 ey.
1 ea. Fan Standinti Wall Type.
1 ea. Fan Standing Wall Type.
1 ea. Fan Stancring Wall Type.
13 ea. Tables Durochrome.
6 ea. Booths Section 1 seat.

RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday,
lune 13, starting at 9:00 a.m.
at Bishop Morris Hall, Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, for benefit
of Bella Vista Children's Home.
Used clothing, household ef effects,
fects, effects, miscellaneous items, etc.
Those haying articles to con contribute
tribute contribute are asked to leave don..
.-aticins at Bishop Mortik:Plall Ps
Morgans Gardens.

FOR SALE:--1 Hermit Pertabl,
typewriter, tike new $50.00.
Phone Balboa 2-4206..

Rep. Reuss Pushes
'Campaign To Cul
Air Base Frills

WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Henry S. Reuss (D-Wis.) yester yesterday
day yesterday pressed his campaign to eli eliminate
minate eliminate "frills' from an airbase
under construction in his state.
Reuss renewed his charges that
there were too many non-essentials
in the plans for constructing
the S83,464,000 Richard Bong
Air Force Base in Racine County,
Wis.
He told a House appropriations
subcommittee that he thought the
base should have a gym, an auditorium-theater,
and commissary
and post exchange facilities.
Reuss said he would agree with
plans to build a bowling alley at
Bong, if, as he is advised, Con Congress
gress Congress has approved them as "ben "beneficial
eficial "beneficial and necessary" at other
bases.
But the Milwaukee congress
man said the line was drawn at
proposals to .build an indoor
swimming pool, squash court,
massage room and turkish bath
at the new air base.
He warned such facilities night
invite demands that such facili facilities
ties facilities be provided at existing bases.
"They would be nice to have.
but they are not essential, and
the taxpayers should not be asked
to supply them," Reuss Raid,

IHome Arti; es

FOR SAM Kenmore 1957,
automatic T diver $175.00. Qtrs.
299-A Mistook AFL Phone 86
3102 can be seen amrtims after
8:00 a.m.

FOR SALEP4Kenmere Automatic
washer and Westinghouse Dryer
(110 Volts). Good condition --
Boys Bicycles 20 and 26
Inch. Quarry Heights 3275.

FOR SALLPortable G.E. tele television
vision television set 12" screen like new.
S7500. Phone 116-6214.

11)R SALE:Soving machine.
Necchi. portable modol SU.
Phone Ft. Robb 4203.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE:
Ens mahogany dining room sot
for bedroom set. Phone 3-6351.

FOR SALE: !locum leaving
the country. Diningroom set. ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Ask for Mr.
Antonio. Tel. 3-3627, Ricardo
Arias street. Sparta building.

FOR SALE:Westinohouso com combination
bination combination washer and dryer. Good
condition $225, call Albrook
2108 or see at quarters 257-B

SERVICES

TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, HI-FI Transiters
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarani. oar work. Ws tusrw
antee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-190L

Protect your home and proper.
ty agehost Insect damag 0.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 14977 or Colon 1777,

Body Of Soldier
Found At Davis
To Be Sent HOITIC

Funeral Services
For Ronald Ouarless
Tomorrow In Colon

,
Funeral servlces for lionald L
Quarless will be' held tontorrow at
2 p.m, at the Flower of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Lodge Hall Ave. h
the body will'lie in repose from
noon.
Burial will follow at the Mount
Hope Cemetem, '2
Mrs. Quariesi; a 38-yektbid Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, 'tiled of is heart attack
yesterday morning three hours
after being admitted to the Ama Amador
dor Amador Guerrero Hospital.
Employed by C. Fernie and Co.,
for 21 years, he was a member of
several lodges, which included the
Flower of the Isthmus Lodge 1,
of which he was a past illustra illustrative
tive illustrative grand; Order of Mechanics
Friendly Society, and a Grand
Senior Deacon of the Isthmian
DistrIct Grand Lodge 4.
Survivors are bis widow, Mrs.
Mary Welch ,quarless; brothers,
Neville, Osborne., Otto and Beres Beresford
ford Beresford Quarless and other relatives.

The body of Sp4 Isador Ati.ta1-
vin will leave the Canal Zone by
air tomorrow morning for burial
in the United States. Sp. Calvin,
42, was found dead Sunday morn morning
ing morning at Fort Davis, where he was
assigned to B Battery, 4th gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery.
Sfc. Leonard F. Bush, also of
BBattery, has been selected as
escort.
Calvin Is survived by his wife,
June Rosemary, and an 11-yearold
son, Douglas Fritz, who make
their home in Douglas, Ariz., aid
his mother, Mrs. Ozie Calvin, of
Little Rock, Ark.

ASK ATTITUDE CHANGE
TOKYO (UPI) Communist
China's official news agency said
today it was "high time for the
Western foreign ministers to
change their attitude' because
the Geneva conference had
reached "the decisive stage7s

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FOR SALlip.Lets SOO sad 1.000
meters. in the Newel Ilivedreme
Urbanizatiess acmes tits Renton
Racetrack. Ali hots with street
- trent sewage. water main end
electricity. CaN W. Mc Barest
Tel. 4-097f.

FOR SALE:--Chalet in Lae Cum Cumbras
bras Cumbras S15,000 concrete and tile,
2 bedroom, I 12 bathroom, 210-
2nd St., Cala Karch, open daily
for inspoction.

Miscellaneous

Believe it et- notj We've got
them all: Super-Anahist, Fos Fostax.
tax. Fostax. Blistex, Fasteeth. Canal Zone
IF:hamar.

DI-GAS. Gote rid of mildew and
mold. Amorican S000 litt 13-06
"I" Strom.

For you Canal Zone Ladies:
All this and moral Nap Magic.
Marchand's Golden Hair wash.
Canal Zona PharmacY

Lost. Strayed. Stolen. Male Siam Siames
es Siames cat missing from bons 501,
Ancon since last Friday. Any in-
formation. call Balboa 3679.

Animals

FOR SALEloston Terrier pup puppy's
py's puppy's AKC registered, phone Navy
3986, between 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Billy Graham Sees
London's Parks
As Ou Idoor Bedroom

LONDON (UPI) Over-emphasis
on sex is one of the great greatest
est greatest dangers faped by the Western
world, American evangelist Billy
Graham said today
Graham, in'.1ondon for a rest
after three months of crusades in
Australia and New Zealand, -Poirtted
to London's parks as an etamPlo4L-..-wItatt
he meant.
.
He said Alto great parks of
London were so much like bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms that he was foreed to cut
short a walk he was taking with
his wife yesterday.
He told a press conference that
he and Mrs. Graham strolled
through parts of three of the big biglest
lest biglest parks in London Hyde
Park, Green Park and St. James.
"It was about dusk,' he said,
"and I could hardly bebeve it.
The parks looked 'as if they had
'been turned Into bedrooms, with
people lying all over the place in
all sorts of conditions."
The 40-year-old north Carolina.
evangelist added, "Where once
we could walk through the London
parks and, enjoy the birds, the
ducks and the water, it was so
embarrasing yesterday that I
finally took my wife out."
Graham added:
"We have made idols of people
who put their emphasis on sex
I think the new generation com coming
ing coming along is far better acquainted
with Jayne Mansfield'a statistics
than it is with the Second Com Commandment,
mandment, Commandment, which orders that
'Thou shalt not make unto thee
any image
"This is a danger to our cul culture..
ture.. culture.. It is going to bring he
judgment of God on any city that
goes the way of Sodom and Go
, morrah."

MEAL

LEGAL NOTICE

utarED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Eons 1
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Samuel
L. Imut. Daccaled. Probate No. 9474.
Notice to determine and ascertain rights
of heirs.
To Jatnes Marshall. Esquire, Public
Administrator of the estate of Samuel
L. Lux, deceased, Mrs, Mary Klein,
Pittsburgh, Penntrytvanisi. and to all
other persons, known and unknown.
You and each of you are hereby no notified,
tified, notified, that on the 25th day of May 1959.
Pauline Saizer Kirkpatrick, Emma V.
Selzer Smith, Edna C. Saizer Zeilman,
John W. Selzer Jr.. Charles W. Selzer.
Ruth Selzer Knelps. Richard Selzer,
Ralph R. Salzer, Grace Saizer Quetsch
and Dorothy Mae Salzer Buchanan filed
their petition in the above styled and
entitled Court throtph their Attorneys
Aries, ?Stream & Fibregm praying that
the rights of sit persons interested in
the estate of Samuel L. Lux, deceased,
be ascertained and determined and de declared
clared declared by this Court, and that it be oe oetermined
termined oetermined to whom distribution should
be made.
That an far as known, the following
is dmeription of the real estate where whereof
of whereof said deceased died seized or possess possessed,
ed, possessed, to wit, one building constructeo
with britks being and situated at 1239
C, South East, Washington, D.C.
That you and all other porione -not
named who have or claim an interest
in said estate are cited to appear be before
fore before the said Court at the Court Room
of the Court House at Ancor Canal
Zone, on the Sth day of August 1959 at
b o'clock in the forenoon of said date
and exhibit in the manner provided by
law your respective claims of heirship
or ownership or interest in said estate
and show cause why said petition should
not be granted. And for further par particulars
ticulars particulars you are referred to said peti petition
tion petition on file.
Dated: May It. 1959.
11Sera d k
Clerk
bysLole E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clark

Should:

, ,
- nig Is the second ot series articlei ly a noted Investme
counselor providing a realistic look at 'the stock market todai al
telling what every investor or would-beinvestor ought to know.
ARTICLE

By SAM SHULSKY
My mother used to say: -,
"When you send a simpleton to
market, the merchants ,refoice."
I suppose that is nothing more
nor less than on adaptation of
"caveat emptor --iet the buyer
beware.
Hundreds of readers imply in
their letters that they 'went to
market ignorant of the lasie facts
of investment and ivould up "be "being
ing "being taken" by brokers. s'
I doubt whether five per cent of
them are correct Excluding, of
couree, thOse readers "who ask asked
ed asked for it' by buying cats and dogs
they had never bard of over the
phone from brokers they had
never hears of. There's no way to
leep a fool from being separated
from his money.)
One of the most frequently ask asked
ed asked -questions is "How do I find a
broker?"
,

The problem seems to spring,
from the misconception that a 0-
curities broker deals only with
millionaires. Nothing could be
further from the truth. There' are
perhaps -10 million shareholders
in this country' today millions
with incomes tinder $5,000 a year
and,they all botight thetrsecu thetrsecurifles
rifles thetrsecurifles through brokers.
Another misconception is that
the broker can profit only from
the'customer's loss. Nothing could
be further from the truth.
The legitimate broker, I believe,
is as much concerned with his
client's well-being as is the
doctor with his patient's.
In thr first place, the broker
realizes he can make money only
if his client prospers and conti continues
nues continues investing through him.
In the first place, the broker
fees are pretty well fixed by' ex exchange
change exchange regulations based on dol dollar
lar dollar volume, so it doesn't make
much difference to his, income
whether he sells you 20 shares of
a conservative;stockIYselling;- at
$50 or 200 shaOes of o,speculativi
dog selling at $5.
Finally, trtikerS are treopla:
'There's no reason a belleve4hat
any greater percentage of them
ase larcenous than. of grocers qv:
department store clerks. ,'::
How, dq you- plc brokert,'
, For sortie 'region, thiit questiloit
seems to stieromora laymeirthai
almost any ,,cithe4'i Mid, yet 'it
seems, nothing clult,he simpler.
If I wanted' to buy 25 shares of U.
S. Steel -- traded on the N.Y.
Stock Excnange I would, frank frankly,
ly, frankly, walk into any office of a stock
exchange member and after in introducing
troducing introducing myself and furnishing
the .necessary data., place the or order.
der. order. I doubt wheter the cost of that
$2,250 purchase would vary as

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE

By- WA SHIASKY
Q We 'are in our 30s, with
three young children, and inter interested
ested interested in putting $25 month into
a inutile fund. What kind of a
fluid should we buy, and how?
What do you think?
A. I think a mutual fund em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing growth would be ideal
for your purpose.-
There .are dozens of such funda.1
You find them advertised in the'
newspapers and in financial pub publications
lications publications and most of them are
sold through brokerage firms.
You can also get a lit of such
funds from the National Associa-1
tion of Investment Companies at
61 Broadway, N.Y.C.
Look over the records of sever several
al several and then set up a r egular
monthly program.
don't understand your advice
in a recent column to the effect
that "there is never any rush to
buy a mutual fund." It seems to
me procrastinating too long is oft often
en often harmful.
A. I won't quarrel with you.
have no way of telling how
many people procratistinate too
long. suppose the number is
considerable. But much of the
difficulty reported to me comes
from going into the first fund
which is mentioned. Then, after
several months of payment, the
investor begins to doubt that he
has purchased the fund w h h
best suits his purpose; and wants
to switch. As a broker you know
that ean be very costly, especial especially
ly especially when a "front load" Oren:lid
eonmmission) und is involved.
Nor do I think it does the mutual
fund industry any good to have
an investor "locked ,in" for 10
yeara in a fund, which he feels be
doesn't want.
Q want loAtivest $1:000 In
MassachusettiOnv:eitmli Growth
Sto.ck Fund and $50 'monthly
thereafter, but was told 1 had to
have $3,000 Invested before the:v
would plow back dividends and
capital gains.
A. There't some confusion here.
The- $3,000 figure applies only to
'single, 'lump aunt purchases. On
a regular accumulation program
such as your plan, a downpay downpayment
ment downpayment of $50q and minimum of
$200 a year in payments" would
provide for automatic reinvestment
of dividends and capital gains.
Evidently your informant Mita,
ed the two programs.
t

nth as $.5 among all the hu
of members of the. Stoc
Exchange. And then it would vsr
only by happenstance. You mig
pay a few dollars' more
floor partner of Broker A got
the Steel trading post when. th
stock was selling: at 90 1-8; y
might save a few dollars If th
floor partner of Broker Et a b
older and slower. got there wne
the price had momentarily sun
to 90 or 89 7-8. Commissions woul
be only a few cents apart. ,
The solid investment the brok
favors may week go down in pri
...there is nothing 'certain Wa
Street. Or the cbleap st
he warned against may sudden
take off and a breeze of unfound
rumor and double in price be:
you can say "investigate befon
you invest." '
A good broker, like a good sui
salesman, is there to give you ;
-"gohd fit." You've got to cooperat
but if you Insist on wearin,
bold horizontal stripes when you
figure calls for conservative black
you can't blame him to much.

Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

NEW YORK, June (UPI)
The stock market, hard hit in tit
late trading yesterday, held to
narrowly irregular course in moS
erately active trading today.
ACF Ind 49
Advocate Asbestos 290b

"ilegliany 1.,orp 11;6
Aluminium Ltd 31
Amer Cyanamid 54
Amer Motors 36
Amer Ter and Tel
, 80
Anaconda, Copper 63
Arkansas juel 113346
' Aveg Jrfg'. 15
,, 4444r4Otteel if 50
Hettinger ,,rop
1313ttiefic)sftb:',Veririeuni 11;46
626
V
B, urrolabli i 35
CanamenIcag4 10b
Celanese' ,' 36Ys
,IXerre ale loasee 87
1 ', Chicage Great West 3334
-,CbrYsle ...r ,,', 64
Cities, service 55
-Coastal Carib 1
Colgate Palmolive 3644
Colorado Fuel 251,41
Creole Pet 51
Crovm Cork end Seat (--
Cuban Veinesuelan Oil 7-10
Du Pont 24514
' El Faso 'Natural GAN 21346
Fairchild 'Engine 7
Fargo Oil 5
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics al.moe.SOP
General Electrie 79
General Motors 49
General Plywood 22
Guff Oil 11014
Harsco Steel 3814
Hayden Nepor 16
Howe Sound 18b
Imperial oir 40
Intl Pet 34
Montrose Chem Lit4h
New Eng Tel and Ilel 166b
Northrop Air 35
Olin Mapleton te
Pancoastal- I
Pan Israel
Phillips Pet 461,4
Pure Oil 42
RCA 8336
Reynolds Metal so
Royal Dutch Shell 42
San Jacinto 29b
Servo Corp 118b
Shell Transp 18
Signal Oil and gag 36
Sinclair Oil 60
Socony Mobile 44
Sperry 'Rand 25;4
Standard Oil NJ 51
Sterling Precision 86
Studebaker-Pa ckard 10
Superior Oil 1718
Texas Gulf Prods 3056
Textron 23
Underwood 26;4
United Canso 011 I 11-16b
US Rubber 60 4
US Steel 13
Westinghouse Elee se
Wheeling Steel 26

Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Ltd
, Amer Cyanamid
,Amer Motors
Amer Ter. and Tel
Anaconda, Copper
Arkansas 1nel
' Aveg
Igitttkeel:if
Bettingat
BicraCIPpintium
BritistsWat
B, ...urronghl i
"Sae
Celanesa"
;-1Z-Cort0 4141'40asco

35
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so
29b
18b
18
36
60
4436
23
26
10
1710
' 3056
23 4
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26

British Tommy I
Outdoes Himself
On Ingenuity :,s
BARNSTAPLE, England (UM
Pvt. Tony Crook was in trouble.
with the army yesterday be
cause be did too well on an "int.'
tiative test."
R started at a british
camp at Osnabruck, Germany
where the private was instructed
to demonstrate his initiative by
making his way to a point on WO
Atlantic Coast oi,far AIM from
camp as possible.
Crook, issued army rations and
money or the exercise, hitch
biked across Europe to the chan
nel Oast. He crossed to England
on a channel steamer and, kept
going until he reached Barnstaolet
near but not on the Atlantic
coa at.
.
It so happened that Crgok't
wife and two.boya lived le Bare,
staple.
Authorities here took the soldie,
into eustadr en AWOL charm
.

Resi
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PHILLIPS Ocso
Santa Clare L o
manta 1-1877 C
Balwin's fermi.
et Santa Clara
,t Smith, Gamboa
Foster cottages.
Clara and Rio
' rates. Phone 811
Hot
FOR RENT:Co
ed concrete ha
bedrooms, hot s.
porch. Road ac
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Aissvery costly, especial especial.:..1,4
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the rights ot all persons interested in ly when a "front load" (prenaid
i ,,:!'' for rates and information won high praise yesterday for the estate of Samuel L. Lux, deceased,
, i..,i eonmmission) und Is involved.
vet Panama 2-0552 GOVERNMENT their honesty in returning thous- be ascertained and deterrnined and de-
, Itonday thru Priday elated by this Court, and that it be fie- Nor .itio I think it does the mutual
, .I ands of dollars that spilled out of
0:00 a.m. to 1214 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. For $535.50 Down Payment termined to whom distribution should fund industry any good 'to have
.-: ves p.m. te 5:00 an armored truck when the rear be made. an investor "locked ., in" for 10
rl,', Saturday: 0:00 a.m. to Mee LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo. door flew open. That so far ail known, the following
.i..,, is dmeription of the real estate whetre- years In a fundwhich he feels be
,,, on new ears The men brought back 10 bags And as Low as $61.90 a Month ,,
,,,, r of said deceased died netted or possess- doean't want.f -,,,
, AGENCY DEBLINGER full of money, containing up to
an estimated $100,000 that fell .'
FULLY-INSURED, NO HIDDEN CHARGES ed, to wit, one building constructeo
with britks bail and situated at 1230 Q 4 want 10,;;InVest Woo in
,!y Listen To No. 43 Automobile Row from 'an Am-M-S truck that flew c. South East, ashington, D.C. MISS debugettli (fInveitors Growth
Phone 3-49114 8-4985 open ill Lakewood, a suburb of ,That you and all other poisons -not Sto.ek '' Fund and $50 monthly
. IP YOU ARE LEAVING named who have or claim an interest h
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' fore the staid Court at. the Court Room
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''' SEEK CUBAN BUSINESS win A. Kannenberg, 59, found the .. Zone, on the Oth day of .August 1959 at capital gains.
TO THE UNrrED STATES e o'clock in tho forenoon of said date -i. i
Vanamenca ft cash from the truck drive by Rob- A.',-.ulere a some confusion here.
and exhibit in the mannee provided byt
i !. ss LONiDON WM) Commander ert Payne, 23. ,,, 'FINANCING THROUGH law your respective claims of heirship The- $3,000 figure applies only to
Record &tow Michael Parker, former secretary Payne and his assistant, Wil- or ownership. or interest in said estate single, lump sum purchases, ..On
! ...;,',- and friend of the Duke of Edin- liam Moyle, 38, were not aware GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES FINANCE 00. and show cause why said petition should a regular accumulation ,progiram
not be granted. And for further par par...1,'"
...1,'" par...1,'" '' 12:30 pm. burgh, is one of a party of promi- they had scattered the fortune a anent
nent anent British men flying to Cuba long the streets. OF FORT WORTH, TEXAS Oculars you are retemed to said poi- Alla Id your plan, I downpay downpaynon
non downpaynon on file. ment of $506, and minimum tif
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. Dated: May lg. 1950.
ssiirs d. M' Pegs, POO I year in payments" 'would.
, v, 1!, deals worth 280 million dollars. of the bags in a gutter while he smooT & pAREDEs S A Clerk provide for automatic reinvestment
Every Sunday rader of the mission to Prime was mowing his lawn. Basham bysLots It Harrison of dividends and capital gains.
cilia Deputy Clerk
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This weather report for tos 24
hours ending a. m. today is
'prepared by the Meteorological
out Itydrographic Branch of the
Panam Canal Company:
Balboa Crixtobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 85 67
Low 3 76
HUMIDITY:
, High 94 95
Low 67 74
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(Inches) 0 .44
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 83

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' 1:24 p.m 14.7 ft.

Time Ht.
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Russia supports thE extension of territorial seas from the traditional three-mile lim limit
it limit to a depth of 12 miles because such action by western democracies would establish
"in attractive corridor and wide natural safe havens for use by hostile submarines."
t, This comment on the territorial-seas issue was made by Capt. Luis Castro, USN,
laknight in a speech to the Canal Zone chapter of the American Society of Military En Engireers.
gireers. Engireers. He added that the extension would create hazards to national defense.
"I accented the handicap the widespr ead extension to 12 miles would mean tO
INOtiti shipping, both commercial and milita ry.
For example: Of 38 major international straits through which aircraft and ships
have an absolute right of passage--under 3-mile limit-35 would be affected if a
11-mile territorial sea became general.

Castro is the legal officer of the
150 Naval District with head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Fort Amador. Reared
In, San Juan and graduatel from
tilleUniversity ol Puerto Rico, he
14,ndled several Naval intelli intellitenee
tenee intellitenee and missions in the
Ilnited States and Latin America.
rd.t one time, in Washingrton, he
beaded the Navy's desk on Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist and Communist intelligence.
Castro made no mention of Pa Paama,
ama, Paama, But his remarks were of
particular interest because of Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's action last December ex extending
tending extending her territorial seas to 12
miles, Among other nations, Great
Britain, the United States, France
and Japan, have protested.
Castro first outlined the back background
ground background of the United Nations Free Freedom
dom Freedom of the Seas Conference in
Gerneva in April 1958.
At that conferonco tho USSR
and tts satollitos insisted "for
military reasons' on a 12mile
groator torritorial sea, a
broatith which "had not bean re.
tognizod in intornational law,'
tho Navy man explained. Ho
gelded that such width has still
not boon recognized in interna international
tional international law.
Another conference will be held
On, the subject next year.
,,41q.,nutlining the practical rea reasons
sons reasons why the United States be believes
lieves believes a narrow rather than a
widened territorial sea is in the

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LAKE ELEVATIONS:
- Gatun Lake 83.33
' Madden Dam 216.10
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CAPT. LUIS V. CASTRO
interest of all countries of the
Free World, the speaker noted:
(1) Every extension is an en encroachment
croachment encroachment on the high seas, thus
reducing the area long used for
common benefit of all. Such en encroachments
croachments encroachments conflict with the tra traditional
ditional traditional "freedom of the seas"
a doctrine to which all nations
have wisely subscribed.
(2) Conventions already adopted
permits nations to exercise juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction beyond the limits of the
territorial sea over the resources
of the continental shelf, for such
purposes as customs, immigration,
sanitation and to prevent smugg smugg!mg.
!mg. smugg!mg. Fishing interests are, or can
be, protected there, by conventions
cr agreements.
(3) Extensions would ereate
dangers in piloting.
(4) Financial burdens of admi administering
nistering administering and patrolling the addi additional
tional additional areas would be heavy. He
observed that only 20 per cent of
the world's light houses have a
range as far as 12 miles.
(5) Shrinkage of the high seas
would give navies of the democra democracies
cies democracies less room for safe dispersal
in time of war.
(6) Territorial extensions threat threaten
en threaten to restrict freedom of civil
flight and to affect defensive mili military
tary military air operations.
(7) Surface vessels would be
handicapped from taking effective
counter-measures against submar submarines
ines submarines which could easily lurk in the
nine-mile zone between the pre.
sent 3-mile and the projected 12-
mile borders. The three-mile limit
gives them few spots deep enough
for hiding.
(8) Non-belligerents with an ex extended
tended extended territory would be far
more likely to suffer breach of
neutrality in any future war.
Castro went on to discuss some
of the arguments that have been
put forth by those advocating a
wider territorial sea.
He denied the claim that such
a limit is now legal under inter international
national international law.

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As to the claim that a wide ter territorial
ritorial territorial sea is necessary to obtaio
jurisdiction over offshore fisheries,
it is the United States' position
that fisheries jurisdiction can be
separated from complete sover sovereivnty.
eivnty. sovereivnty. Some nations believe t h
breadth of the territorial sea is
the prerogative of each inde independent
pendent independent nation. The Li nitd
States holds that the high seas
the common property of all, and
that no state can expropriate this
by unilateral act.
Some Arab countries have fav favored
ored favored the extension because of the
supposed effect it would have in
the Gulf of Aquaba. This relates
to arguments with Israel.
Some countries seem to feel that
since the 3-mile limit was develop developed
ed developed by the older colonial powers,
it must ipso facto be repudiated
as contrary to the interests of
newly independent areas.
Castro closed his talk with a dis discussion
cussion discussion of submarine warfare as
developed in World War II, and
as it might operate in a future
war.
He noted that the Unite'd States
is allied by formal defense pacts
with 60 nations of the free world.
Castro spoke at a dinner meet meeting
ing meeting at Tivoli Guest House, Ancor'.

Funeral Tomorrow
At Si. Luke's
For Mrs. Mach

Funeral services for Mrs. Bon Bonnie
nie Bonnie Roe Oldach will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at 1 at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon.
Mrs. Oldach, who was 66, was
a well-known resident of Panama
City. She died in her sleep Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at her home in Bella
Vista.
Pallbearers will be Howard Te Tetenburn,
tenburn, Tetenburn, James Feeley, Edward
Cullen, Clay Randel, James Price,
Louis Gomez and Joseph Ruzic Ruzicka.
ka. Ruzicka. Honorary pallbearers are Rab Rabbi
bi Rabbi Nathan Witkin and Dr. Henry
Grant.
Mrs. Oldach's death was attri attributed
buted attributed to coronary thrombosis. The
family has requested that no flow flowers
ers flowers bent to the funeral, but that
friends contribute to the Heart
Fund instead.
She is survived by her husband,
Dr. William H. Oldach, prominent
Panama City optometrist; her
mother. Mrs. Caroline Roe of
Guthrie. Okla.; two sons. Dr. Hor Horace
ace Horace G. Cobb of Westborough,
Mass., and Newton R. Cobb of
Curundu; two step-children, Dr.
William H. Oldach Jr. of Fram Framingham,
ingham, Framingham, Mass, and Lelia Cobb of
Westborough, and 13 grandchildren.

General Audit
Moves To Admin
The General Audit Division of
the Office of the Comptroller
has moved from the District
Court Building in Ancon tO
Room 102 of the Administration
Building,' Balboa Heights.
The Div;sion consist of two
units the Claims Branch,
wi,lch Moved into tip- Building
two weeks ago, and the Inter Internal
nal Internal Audit Branch, which has
just comp;eted its move to the
new location. Forty-six em emPlOyes
PlOyes emPlOyes were involved in the
move of the Division.
' With this move, all Unita of
the Office of the Comproller
are now located in the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building, except the
Payroll and Mvhine Account Accounting
ing Accounting Branch and the Treasury
Branch, which will remain in
Anconrand the Supply Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Section, which occu occupies
pies occupies space hi Building( 28, Balboa.

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seeing' on thirscrien. It concernv a girl's, niarriage
and her husband's denial of her need.-Young. pret prettyher
tyher prettyher shock is deep... deep enough to drive her
to the' rim of-insanity. Jean Simmoni believe,
' win an Academy Award for this,' het most 'power,
furportrayal in "HpMEJEFORE DARK,1',, also stai.
ring Dan 01Herlihy,and Ithenda Flemin. OPENING',
WEDNESDAY at the ' ,,,,

Air Force Says Ghost Bomber's
Crew Bailed, Died On Desert

WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI)
An Air Force investigation team
reported yesterday that the time
crew members of a U.S. "ghost"
bomber found in the Libyan de deert
ert deert apparently bailed out before
the crash. and perished in the
"merciless heat" of the sandy
wastes 16 years ago.
The report was sent to Air
Force Ettropean headquarters
from a team that bad made a
three-day overland trek across the
desert to reach the derelict B24
bomber that crashed on April 4,
1943, during a World War II mis
sion.

"The merciless heat and priva privations
tions privations of a sandy waste devoid of
life and water probably claimed
the lives of the nine crew mem members
bers members of the B24 Liberator bomb bomber,'
er,' bomber,' the official report said.
A search for traces of the air airmen
men airmen was undertaken with desert
vehicles. The crash scene was
some 380 miles south of Benghazi.
The derelict bomber, nicknamed
"Lady Be Good' by its crew,
presented a ghostly picture when
investigators found it where it ha
lain untouched for 16 years.
The only signs of the crash crashlanding
landing crashlanding were in the tail section,
split from the fuselage, and the

Russia Beating
US In Milk
Production
WASHINGTON (UPI) Russia
renewed its claim yesterday that
it is beating the United States in
milk production.,
Rep. Albert H. Quie (R-Mino.)
said Ambassador Mikhail A. Men Menshikov
shikov Menshikov wrote him claiming that
Russia's gross production of milk
in 1958 was larger than this
country's output.
Menshikov said Russian produc
tion last year totaled 57,800,000
tolig. The US. Agriculture De Department
partment Department estimated U.S. milk
output at 57,100,000 tons.

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MISSING CREW These men apparently died a desert death.
Their plane, a B-24 bomber, wEis found where it crashed in the
Libyan Desert in Africa 16 years after it disappeared on a
bombing run. No trace of the crew was discovered. The ship's
pilot, Lt. William .L.Hatton, of New York, stands at left.

right outboard engine, also broken
off.
Otherwise the B24, which had
been on a bombing mission to
Naples from the wartime Oenina
Airfield at Benghazi was the
saine condition as when the crew
left it.
Investigators found flight gear
and fatigue clothing still hanging
froin pegs inside the bomber.
Guns. and ammunition as We, 112,Us
logs and personal papers were un untouched.
touched. untouched. Even the water boAles
were intact.
The report by investigators, dis
patched to the scene Friday from
Wheelus Air Base in Libya, con concluded
cluded concluded that the crew of the bomb bomber
er bomber bailed out at low altitude just
before the plane crashed.

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EDWARDS AFB, June 8,
(UPI)The rocket ship X-15,
America's first manned space ve vehicle,
hicle, vehicle, was dropped "dry"without
fuelfrom the sky over the Mojave
'desert today to glide back to earth
on its own stubby wings.
Test pilot Scott Crossfield, 87, of'
North American Aviation, sat at
the controls 'of the multi-million
dollar X-15 as it was carried above
38,000 feet in ciciar, crisp weather
to set one of the mileposts of the
National Advisory and Space Ad Administration's
ministration's Administration's program to get man
to the fringe of space.
The first "drop" without the
space craft's own rocket power be being
ing being ignited was accomplished at
8:45 a.m.
Four times previously the X-15
was carry-tested by its mother
ship, a giant, eight-jet B-52 bomb bomber
er bomber which again today lifted its
heavily-instrumented burden to the
sky some 65 miler northeast of Lbs
Angeles but this time made the
long-planned powerless drop.
The B-52 tarried the X-15, slung
to a pylon beneath- the, bomber's
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Pas for' Who Urged
negro-While Contact
Frm

COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI) The
author of ',national magazine ar article
ticle article which urged "creative con contact"
tact" contact" between whites and Negroes
was dismissed Sunday as pastor
of the First Presbyterian Church
here.
The Rev, Robert B. McNeill
was dismissed by the eight-man
judicial commission of the South Southwest
west Southwest Presbytery, supervisor of
Presbyterian church' affairs here.
,McNeill's article in Look maga magazine
zine magazine in 1957 called for "neither
integration nor segregation" but
rather "a creative contact e etween
tween etween leaders of both races." He
asked white people to work out
the iproblem "withnot forthe
Negro,"
The Rev. Frank C. King, chair chairman
man chairman of the judicial commission,
said the dismissal was no re rebuke
buke rebuke to the pastor. "We are try trying
ing trying to make progress and feel
more can be accomplished this
way." he said.
Some persons also opposed Mc McNeill
Neill McNeill for "changes suggested" in
the church, the discharged pastor
said.
Several years ago the churdh
set up a Negro Presbyterian con convention
vention convention and employed a retired
white astor to preach at the
Negro services. This "burned up"
the opposition, McNeill asserted.
McNeill said he had not planned
to appeal the decision of the com commission
mission commission but his congregation's re reaction
action reaction has "left me undecided."

PAA Announces New
Jet Flight Service
To South America

MIAMI, June 9 (UPI) Pan
American World Airways an announced
nounced announced plans today to begin
jet passenger service between
North and 'South America on
July 20.
Me .airline's toeing 707 jets
the same plane employed over
Pan American Transatlan t e
routeswill span the 5444-mile
rOutt between Ntw York and
Buenps Aires in 11 hours, 35
Minutes flyfng'
Stops will be Made at CaraL
cas, Venezuelai and Asuncin.
Paraguay. A refueling stop will
also be made at Paramaribo,
Surinam; until Aompletion of a
longer runway, at Caracas. ',
Proving flights over the jet
route were made May 7-9.
Schedtiles for the weekly
servces, filed fdr approval of
the governments concerned, call
for departures from New York
each Monday and Buenos Aires
each Tuesday.

First US Manned Spaceship
Dropped Over Mojave pesert

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June 8, right wing,, ail high as possible to
,p X-15, give pilot Crossfield a brief but
;pace ve- maximum chance to test the 50-
without foot little bird's ,controls.
e Mojave
At first the X-15 foil vertically.
mother ship and
. sto earth ,away from the
id, 87, of then bogan moving into its glide
1, sat at Pattern at something over 270
ti-million miles an hour indicatodibout
ed above 400 miles an hour actual ground
weather speed.
ts of the According to plan, Crossfield had
ace Ad- about two minutes to test respons responsget
get responsget man es of the X-1' to its complei con controls.
trols. controls. ,hout the In ono of those minutes tho pi pilower
lower pilower be- lot had to bring the space ship
shed at to a pro-determinod spot ovor Ed-
wards Air Forco Base at about
the X-15 20,000 foot
mother Then, after making one complete
i2 bomb- circle, the X-5 was guided into its
fted its landing sweep.
en to the This was the critical moment for
st of Lbs the X-15 and Crossfield, who had
ade the practiced countless similar dead deadrip.
rip. deadrip. stick landings in conventional jet
15, slung aircraft.
)omber's North American experts had cau cautioned
tioned cautioned that the first landing of the
ship would be "like.driving a roc roc.,
., roc., ing car loward a brick wall at 10
t r toile le
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07. the wallonlo harderbeeause if
mtwinogfee(Itn
...., the pilot 'Iandsi to() high the X-15
T1
will drop the rest of the way'"into
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the ground."
..... Although the most precise in instruments
struments instruments ever put into Rn nireraft
"ol;have been built for the X-15, North
ti
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was "close to the old time seat-of,
the-nants living
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' As a result, Crossfield had to use
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'.. 1 sheer judgm9nt and depth pereen-1
tion to get safely down. The X-15
,
,,..,, touched down on its ski-type land land.'4.'
.'4.' land.'4.' ing gear. sliding to a hRlt.
,s,, The X-15 hes been designed to
k return to earth from an altitude of
100 miles after going into a bal bal.
. bal. IlStic arc with its 80 000-nound
thrust rocket rower At hynersonle
Speeds between 3,800 and 4,500
miles an hour. )
!, NASA and North American are
,, sitnroaehing the critical voWered
,
T.,,,, flight slowlv in a long serien of ex experiments
periments experiments oVer the litdwards high highAk
Ak highAk speed flight test center.
, 4S,,,i Laterwben Crossfieltf has sat
isfnetorilv dernonstrxted the air airworthiness
worthiness airworthiness of the X-15,--the nonce
shin will he turned over to VAF A
and Air Force flight trewn for all all,
, all, out attemots to probe the !Ono-Nossik
anhere. high above a major part
11111111, of earth's atmosphere.
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thPoseWtASInOiffiNssilfficeGeTataa?aNunsehTPerde::.ilts:e7sterlf"t'dinThatoye.
It safely transported 3,000 let letters
ters letters in a guided missile from a
submarine at sea to ',e'rlorida
Naval air base. 'A
The unprecedented postal deliv delivery
ery delivery was an experiment,:but the
letters were official 'mail. T.
They were unloaded from the
Regulu I missile which tarried
them more than 100 miles from
the submarine Barber, to the
Mayport Naval auxiliary air sta station.
tion. station. From there,: they were
rushed to nearby -,Theksoriville,
Fla., for regular postal proces processing.
sing. processing. The letters, tie first official
mail known to have been carried
by missile, will go to government
officials, including President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, members of Congress,
foreign postal official. and others.
Postmaster General Arthur E
Summerfield called the successful
experiment "a major new tech technique
nique technique of communication that is of
historic significanee tot the peo peoples
ples peoples of the entire world," He pre predicted
dicted predicted 'further important develop developments
ments developments In the new technique would
be made soon,

Thal's A Cheesy
Way Of Whining
Al The Races

SLOUGH, England (UPI) An
English housewife said yesterday
she had parlayed her husband's
love of cheese into a "perfect'
system for beating the tones.
Mrs. Gay Coombs said Nshe
gave her husband, Frank, cheese
the night before a race anti then
he dreamed of the colors worn by
winning jockey,
"Frank came down to breakfast
on derby day after having had a
cheese supper the night before,'
Mrs. Coombs said. 'He' had a
color dream in which the most
prominent colors were red and
white.'
Mrs. COombs said, th-, Went
down the list' of entrieS, Selected
the one With red and Whittitolori
and 'collected on Parthiair'
"I' pumped Frank with cheese
the night before the oaks,' she
added., "He had a ehocolate-coll,
tired dream, so LAbacked Petite
Etoile 'We wort.
"
"Now I'm waiting for the Ascot
Gold Cup. The night before I shall
servE Frank an enormous cheese
supper
Coombs modestly confirmed his
wife's account.
"It's perfectly true, but can cannot
not cannot give any explanation for it,'
he said. "Anyway,,I love cheese.'

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The Post :Office. laid the lege
showed; that carrying mail br
missile:i.",appears, highly practi;
Fat." , :
It looked forward eventually tti.
a system-that week". sPeed' uP
ternational postal service, partied
ularly to isolated areas,. and foe
"high-priority", dispatches be ethet
areas. ) ' to
TedaY's-:stripinint -'of 'mail by:
missile has givent ,us ext,remelye
valuable information .:,of far-reachf:
ing importance to,' the future of.
the 'United States mail service,',"4
Summerfield said, la a- statement,
' He noted 'tbat ttrialiCial test
flight! a Ai-similar' inissile wait.
conducted on -the PACifie Coss&
several months...ego.
The 3,000 letters' vmre put
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