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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua, June 11 (UPI)---More than 46 rebel invaders were report reported
ed reported today to have surrendered unconditionally to Nicaraguan troops bUt another'16 vow vowet
et vowet to fight to the diath.
A high government official said the mass surrender took place in the Santo Domingo
area.
It had been expected. Two foreign correepondents returned from the area.with a
Roman Gatti Ho priest yesterday and reported 46 invaders had hoisted a white bedsheet
in a farmyard and were ready to give up.

The correspondents were Ma Mario
rio Mario Blasetti of CBS and Hegel
Caparros of the Cuban maga magazine
zine magazine 13ohemia. They said 16
, other rebels, led by Pedro J.
Chamorro, took as much arms
and ammunition as they could
carry and marched off, pledg pledging
ing pledging to carry4 on the fight or die
for their ,cause.
Chamorro was editor of the
Managua newspaper La Prensa.
Santo Domingo is one of the
fronts established by more than

ZOne- Children gave
,
,RegiOlatiOn
For Swiiitier PtOgram
, ,

,
From 5;,te ,100 athool- -children
bave been tegistered in the sum summer
mer summer recreation program': which
wet scarfed, Monday at the Aitcon
,the Divittiop of
zSehool !,' :1
1-4- t44,
being' oflered the children,-, 'who
lorfe reginteted fer,'-thin program.
hey include basketball'', organiz organiz,
, organiz, ed garnet, battleball, softball, quiet
garnet; for all ages, kickball, dodge dodgeball,
ball, dodgeball, bolleyball and paddleball,
Organized Activities stert at 8
and,,ebntinue to 4 p.m.' Each
day, With' an hour out for. lunch.
Friday will be contest day with
the children participating in the
different. sports.
Swimming and picnic parties al also
so also 'are being arranged. Children,
registered for tbe program have
been reminded to bring -their
swimming cards.
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Rainy Season Dry
Weathemien' Says
Garunitunoll Low,,

The reinir season, which began
officially in April, hits' been drier
than normal at Most of the Canal
Zone' weather stations, according
to the monthly report issued by
the ,Meteorological and Hydro Hydrographic
graphic Hydrographic Branch.
.
Relatively dri, conditions prevail prevailed
ed prevailed throughout the month of May
with the -watershed' Stations at' Chi ChiCO,
CO, ChiCO, Candelaria and Madden 'DaM
rePOrting rainfall substantially' be below
low below Jheit usual amounts for May.
The average for all 13 stations was
9.17. 'inches,. or 2.11 inches,' below
normal.

normal,.
Runoff ftom the Gatun take
Basin continued to be subnormal
for t h e consecutiye month,
the report stated. 4v,
'rho aceumulated runeff, between
Jaeuary ,1 and June 10 1959, was
the lowest for, that perlocl in 46
years.
During May, the runoff from the
Gatun Lake basin was 40 percent
below tbe. 46-year average and
was the eighth lowest May runoff
Since 1914.

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,Fivefi:O.:fets:::;,,,17
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'rive ailmals the Corozal Ve Veterinary
terinary Veterinary Clinic are being held by
the Canal ,Zone Society for the
Preventio of Cruelty, to Animals.
These animals, three eats and two
; dogs 'ate available for adoption.
ne of the eats a smoke-grey
male ane the other two are fem.
41 ales: a dger 'tripe and a white.
orange. All of thenf are tanie and
would make nice pets.
' ,-,The dogs are both,females. One
11 a mostly Pekingese, citt te
yetmg and very tame.' It appears
to have been. strayed pet. The
' other dog is a black and White
:medium size about two years old.
, aim Society announced that any
one interested in these animals
o :fer adoption, may go see them at
the clinic. There Will be no adop adop,
, adop, toot charges since the Society as asall
all asall financial responsibility.
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'7...T.P....:0.1,:ge 3 To ,:ifirb.1..
tht.s.::To Surroriclet:

100 invaders flown in from Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica May 31 and 'June 1.
The military reported that
invaders on the, other front,
Olama, had broken up into
small groups and scattered.
Biasetti sind Caparros said

Cuban Police. Quell
flew Plot Against
Castro Goverpent

HAVANA (UPI)-- National po police
lice police reported today they had brok broken
en broken up a new plot against Fidel
Castro's government in Oriente
province, spawning ground of
Caotre's, own revolution revolution,
, revolution, in a series' of four raids Tues.
,ilay police arrested 26 persons
and seized large quantities of
arms, ammunition, and explosives.
Twenty three of tha suspects
'were 'arrested in two raids
,Sontiago,etapititk-ot ertente.Vrivo
'were-Picked up in liguaniiOriat
te.- A former'. army corporal, Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Marrero Gonzalet, was seized
hi Havana.
Police said four others sought
in Santiago had, escaped.
In, Jiguani, c ldr en playing
near an army Post discovered a
cache of daix bombs, 74 sticks of
dynamite and other materials
suitable for making bombs..
Police said the Santiago raids
turned up.' small arms, grenades
and- plan tor "terrorist activi activities.
ties. activities. They said the suspects con confessed
fessed confessed plans to coininit sabotage
and kill army leaders.
The government already was
faced with the threat of a revolt
from the other' end of the island.
Farniers' in Rio Del Pinar pro province
vince province angered over the land re reform
form reform program have vowed to de defend
fend defend their farms with their lives.
Despite the opposition. Castro
issued a decree Tuesday ordering
everyone who owns more than
1,000 acree of Cuba to report tha
extent and value of his propertY1
within 90 days. 1

US,Army Slays Put
Until Korea United,
Says Ull Conunand

PANMUNJOM, Korea (UPI)
The U. N. command told
the Communists here Wednesdav
that the U.S. Army would remain
in the Republic of Korea until
this split peninsula "peace-.
fully- unified.
.
Maj. Williant- S. Biddle of
the U.S.. Army, top XX negotiator,-triaide
the statement in reply
to North Korean tommunist de demands
mands demands that American troops get
out of Korea.
Maj. Gen. Choo Chang Jun of
North Korea charged at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Mixed Korean Military
Armiatice, Commission here that
the Americans constantly were vi violating
olating violating the armistice agreement
by importing new-style weapons
and missiles.
"We propose," Choo said, "that
the U.S., Artily 'withdraw from
South KOres for the sake of the
preservation of Korean peace."
'111,' a sharp reply, ,Gen. Biddle
told Ihe,North Korean, "it is Your
aide that is constantly fruntrating
the armistice. agreement, ..only
after" Korea is peacefully unified
will the 'U. S. Army withdraw
front South Korea."
, Biddle 'also told the Communists
that, only the Republic oi Koreba
Government, '"which is based on
elettions" speak for Korean
people in answer tb Red claim
that they were "masters of this
country.",
-"The ,North Korean puppet goy.
eminent is an illegally established
group supported by the few party
liners 'who are eager to follow
blindly toward Communism," Bid;
die said,

"Let the.' people know theltruth and,the

that when they ran into the
rebels near Monte les they
found them completely demo demoralized
ralized demoralized and bickering among
themselves. Some bad been
without food for two days.
,

Busdriver Tries
To Pass Downhit
fined S50 In Balboa

A 42-year-old Panamanian bus
driver has been fined S60 in
Balboa Magistrate41 Court after
he was found gtillty of driving
his bus recklessly over K-10
Road on the Canal west bank.
4
Joaquin Bandung, who until
this week had an unblemished
record during years of bus-driv
ing thmugh the Canal Zone,
was attempting to pa down downhill
hill downhill when he lost control of hia
,
74
Jibe vehicleturriedooveridtee
leaving the' road, and !Our of
the passengers received minor
injuries, one of them broken
arm.

Only his excellent previous
record saved hip from a' tar
stiffer penalty, Sanchez was
told by the court.

Navy Tug Coming
From Guantanamo
For USS lam
The Navy fleet tug USS
with a crew of four officers
and 83 enlisted men, is ached-.
uled to arrive at Criscobil to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning from Guanta Guantanamo
namo Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The tug is
commanded, by Lt. S. W. Birch,
Jr.

The Utina will depart COcO
Solo pier Monday, taking in tow
to Norfolk, Vag the destroyer
tISS llam, which was brought
here from Pearl Harbor by an anOther
Other anOther tug early this month.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Three
score contestants in the National
Spelling Bee were stung out yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Casualties totaling 42 of the 70
entrants were dinunated in the
morning round, and they contin continued
ued continued to fall in the afternoOn ses session.
sion. session. Most of the southerners were
knocked out.

Henry ,Ireldman, who finished
12th in last year's bee, tripped
this year on "cognosce." 'rho 12-
year-old from Oak Ridge, Tenn.,
left out the second "c" and be became
came became the 51st to retire.

The 52nd out was Marilynne
Myers, 13, of Brownsville, Tenn.
Marilynn. was stunned by the
French word "gauchely" and hur hurriedly
riedly hurriedly guessed "gosquely.I1

By FRANK
WASHINGTON (UPI)--One way
to beat the high cost of' Vavel
this summer is let YOur wife han handle
dle handle the tipping: Another is' to
,
stay home. s
A new book on' the subjedt,
written by a fellow.who itight to
know, recommend 1,':for and
against these solutions, respec respectively.
tively. respectively.
The author is Michael femme,
for many years travel editor of
the American Automobile Agin.
Frome says if your're'lmort you
still can get out on the read, have
'tin, and come home with all your
gold fillings.
His book is called "Better VII VIICatiOng
CatiOng VIICatiOng for Your Money," Irromc

Dads, Friends Get Chance Saturday
To Do Good Turn For CZ Boy Scouts

4 ---- ,Mr-
Fathers and Mends of BoyScolits have been htvited to
roll up their sleeves and help apply the finishing touches to
Camp Chagres prior to the grand opening of its flrat Sgm"
mei camp seasion on June 23.
' Scout Commissioner Bob Boyd today called on all chiefs
and Indians, tooto hot foot it to the camp in old clothes
this Saturday and next and bring with them hammers drills,
sitws, .pliers, monkey wrenches, megaphonesor what'ever it
lothey use best.
Among projeeto needing finishing touches are the archery
range, oarnpfire areas, waterfront fences, the erection, of the
pre-fabricated latrines, tent flys antit similar jobs.
Helping pitch in with the brawi and muscle this Satur Saturday
day Saturday will be Lt. Gov. John D. Malheny.
It is expected that -many who visit the camp this Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, will get a better idea of what tail be done for the final
'big cleanup on Saturday, June 20, which will be led by Brig.
Gen. George F. Schlatter, president of the Canal Zone Boy
Scout Council.
The community endeavor will permit the camp director
and his staff to knuckle down in giving intensive training to
camp leaders during the week before the camp opens instead
of having to be' &tanning themselves to miscellaneous clean cleanup
up cleanup duties.
, Lunch will be served free to all ,who show it pen June 20.
However, helpers who show up this icoming Saturday, are re requested
quested requested to bring their' own chow.

Advisory Groyp Named
For Zorie Cod Changes

Ah,advisory committee lor re revision
vision revision of the Canal Zone Code has
been appointee' by Gov. 'W. E.
Potter under provision' of legis legislation
lation legislation enacted bT.CongZess 'in the
present seesioni,
Ths Act of ,Coptrest.suthorizes
.0.E.Xlvernor Pterectl.
revision Att ihetiodot) bnA, neget negetdate
date negetdate contract with a qualified
firm f law revisers for such re reFd
Fd reFd for Compilation of an anaterial;
aterial; anaterial; and provides for
.publica.ot" of the code by the
Guvernment Priting Office after
its -enactment by Congress.
The advisory committee to the
governor 'will serve without pai
and advise and assist in the revi revision,
sion, revision, rimarily in those a re a s
where substantive or procedural
changes' are to be made.
The eemmittecis composed of
representatives the C ana
Um' District Court the -Canal
Zone Bar Association, the Gov Governer's
erner's Governer's tiff, and a legal repro reprosentethe
sentethe reprosentethe of the Judiciary Com Committs
mitts Committs of the Meese Represents.
fives. The members arc
District Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe end District Attorney Row Rowland
land Rowland K. Hazard: Dr. Charles Zinn,
Law Revision Counsel of the
Hocse Judiciary Committee; Dr.
Carlos Icaza A. and William J.
Sheridan Jr., representing theCan theCanal
al theCanal Zone Bar Association, with
, Woodrow De Castro and Dr. L. S.
Carrington as first Ind second al alternates,
ternates, alternates, respectively; and W. M.
Whitman, secretary of the rena rename
me rename Cana Company; Paul Bentz,

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Gitieral Counsel; and David Mark Markuni,Aaststant
uni,Aaststant Markuni,Aaststant General Counsel; all
a the governor's staff.
The Code revision is expected
lo undertaken in the Immo.
dist, future after the selection
of thilV I irei--t WW1, the Work.
r tiro -Pot
''';c1xpectiirlo 4.1Am-ether than.
six to I'M months, publication
of the Code must of course a.
wait Congressional approval.
It bas been 25 years since the
Canal Zone Code was adopted.
The codification and revision was
domit, duclog .the late 1920's and
early 1930's by Bentz. now the
Canal's Gencral Counsel. Amend Amendments
ments Amendments between 1934 and 1949 have
been published as supplements to
the Code; however, amendments
mince 1949 appear only in the Sta Statutes
tutes Statutes at Large.
One of the principal features of
the revision will be the adoption,
so far as practicable, of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Rulcs of Procedure for both
criminal and civil actions. The
Federal Rules now apply in tort
claims actions and, after verdict,
in criminal actionS, while Supreme
Court Admiralty Rules are appli applicable
cable applicable to admiralty litigation.
It is expected that numerous
substanjve and p ro ce dur a 1
changes will be required and it
will be largely in this phase of
the revision and in the adoption
of Federal Rules, that the com committee
mittee committee appointed by governor Pot Potter
ter Potter will act in an advisory capacity.

'Cognosce,' 'Gauchely' Trip Spellers

Gerald Fink, 14, of St. Peters Petersburg,.
burg,. Petersburg,. Fla., met his Waterloo with
"cedilla." Gerald began it with
an's"s," and.became the 55th to
leave the race.

To save 'wear and tear en the all the
Mexica
youngsters, aod onlookers;-' -the border
bee ,sponsored by Seripps-Howard day to
and other newspapers was rplan rplanned
ned rplanned as a two-day affair. The two- As u
day rule was begttn last year after TheY h
a teary and slow 1957 eontest
bested
ended in a stand off with two de- pared
contesti
dared winners. lin 1925.

The bee was scheduled to begin
st 1:30 a.m. 'and run until 3Om
Thursday tbe starting time its to
be the same for the, surrving
contestants, with their spelling
ability determining the day.' run run.
. run. 4

Competing this year were seven
repeaters trom the 1958 bee;
Alaska's first contestant; a 14-
year-old who spoke only Latvian,
Swedish and German until six
years ago; a youngster who came
all the way from England; and a
Mexican boy who crosses the
border to the United States every
day to go to school in Texas.
As usual, girls had Ute edge.
They had 37 in the line-up com compared
pared compared with 32 boys. Girls have
bested the boys 2 to 1 in past
contests since the bee was begun

Last year Jo litta Schlehuber,
Topeka, won by properly spelling
"syllepsis" which downed her
runner-up and then correctly
spelling "propylaeum." That
was the 615th word used in last
year's bee.

' 'year's bee.

Travel Iditor Sees F'olding Green Future

says if all you have' in mind is
saving your dough? you better for forget
get forget the whole thing., Ile does
have lots of idest though, for
easing the pain.
"You don t have to tip artybody,
anywhere, anything," counsels
traveler rrome. "You, do sel,only
because ',you want to,' in appreci appreciation
ation appreciation for senile.' well-rendered."
He must have known yott;won't
believe this., That's why lictsays
let your ivile do it. v
"Writen are especially sensible
in matters'', relating to tipping,
fair but not foolish,", Its says. It
mist be true, tno.liecauge I've
heard' many a cab driver aay the
same thing, sort of.
Promo, being an old Man. nat,

DAiLY, NEWSPAPER

lurally starts out with the pre presumption
sumption presumption you will be going by
, cat He says it will help 'to get
lit fixed first, because the local
, mechanics are cheap compared
'withthose you will find in some some!
! some! body else's home town.
Once under way, figure $30 per
thousand miles for the gas and
oil. From there on, you can write
'your own budget. It appears
'there ere three courses to follow,
'ranging from expensive to uncom uncomfortable.
fortable. uncomfortable. taking them in reserse order,
there is camping. Frome says 22
million people did it last year.
Camping he says, is not what it
was in the good Old days, and
thank goodness for that, anyway.

II

Strikebound
Ships Sta
At Cristobal

Two strikebotmd Italian liners
remained idle today at Cristobal
as well as at ports throughout the
world in sympathy with a nation nationwide
wide nationwide Italian maritime strike.
Seven maritime unions in Italy
called the strike, principally tor
higher wages, on Monday. Since
the Italian vessels around the
world have been idled one by one
as they put into scheduled ports.
The Italian Line vessel Marco
Polo arrived at Cristobal Tuesday.
bound for Santiago, Chile. The
Antoniotto Usodimare arrived at
Balboa yesterday, bound for
Italy. and transited as scheduled
to join her strike bound sister
ship at the Atlantic side.,
Each ship can carry more than
650 passengers diveded between
first and third class laccomoda laccomodations.
tions. laccomodations. On board the Marco Polo
are 193 passengers and the Anto Antoniotto
niotto Antoniotto carries 227, most of which
ar,e third class.
Unofficial sources said passeng passenger
er passenger services are betria maintain maintained
ed maintained and Canal Zone officials re reported
ported reported today that both passengers
and crew have been coming a ashore
shore ashore while the ships have been
idle.
It is understood there have been
Bo transfer ,Tequests from pas passengers
sengers passengers anxious to reach Euro.'
pean or South American destinations.

Man.5q4p.! 4yting j
t;ibiV-0.0iiii',ti0..ei.
To US lilst:Curi

Balbino Thompson, a 23-yearold
Panamanian shot last, week
while fleeing Canal Zone police
near Mitaflores Loeks, has been
bound over to D.S. Disrtict
Coutr for trial on a charge of
petty larceny after a prior con conviction
viction conviction for the same offense.
Thompson was surprised by a
detective who found him in tall
grass area .sawing heavy copper
cable which had been missed
from a warehouse near the MI MIraflores
raflores MIraflores diesel plant.
When the fleeing suspect fail failed
ed failed to obsy a police challenge.
or heed a warning shot, he was
cat down by a bulle: which
passed through his body above
the heart. The wound was not
a serious one.
Residing on a land lease
farm in the Zone, Thomprn
has been charged with theft of
about 110 feet of solid copper
Jumper cable worth about $35.
Police said more than 300 feet
of the same material is still
missing frOm the warehouse,
and presumed stolen.

Guard Gale Failure
Stops Canal Traffic
At Pedro Miguel

The movement of traffic through
the eas, chamber of Pedro Miguel
Locks was halted for a brief pe period
riod period yesterday afternoon when
crown gear of a guard gate failed.1
The incident occurred at 3 p.m.
and the guard gate was moved
back into the lock wall recess.1
Traffic was resumed after the
gate was recessed. Repair work
was begun. by Locks Division
forces immediately and was com completed
pleted completed in about eight hours.
The guard gate on which the
gear faliure occurred was that on
the east sitle of the chamber on
the Minflores Lake end of the
Locks. The operation of the guard
gates is not essential in normal
lock operations as they were in installed
stalled installed primarily as a safety fac-I
tor.

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For Vacationing Americansi

The difference is hi the fine
new camp sites, with conven conveniences
iences conveniences Mte showers, sometimes
with lot Water, going up in state
and national parks all over the
countrnalso in the WO. to 000
worth of fancy camping gear he
agy you will want.
After recovering from this ini initial
tial initial investinent, four campers can
hope to get by on $100 a week.
But don't try it just to save moneY-
It you like to rough it on a
foam rubber bed, Frome says
mabe the hotel route is for you.
If so, figure $10 to St2 a night
for the room; at least $5 'dallY
per person for food.
For a week in a cottage some somewhere
where somewhere at the beach or the moun

0

GENEVA, June 11 (01) Secretary of State
tian Herter personally appealed to Russia's Andrei:Gra.
myko today to save the Big Four conference by withdrw--.
ing the new Berlin ultimatum. ,-
,
Herter himself travelled to Gromyko's office bear-,
ing a warning that the talks, one month old today,'cire :
doomed to failure if Russia thinks he will negotiate f'un-'.
der deadlines, eats or duress."
Herter's western partners waited on the sidelineslor
Gromyko's answer in this United States versus the So let
Union showdown.

Herter was accompanied by Assistant Secretary Of
State for European Affairs Livingston Merchant tplis
meeting with the Soviet foreign minister.

They had conferred befOre befOrehana
hana befOrehana lor an hour With
tsraish reign Secreary Selwyn
Lloyd and trerichergreign Min Minister
ister Minister Mattrie Lootriie tie 'Iviurviile.
The otner ministers were
standing by for an 1mmediate
report after the 1-nen-to-man
snowdown.
rierter lad. seized the initia initia,r9ansto;11.;I.c.tgrielvimuceeettinng
,r9ansto;11.;I.c.tgrielvimuceeettinng initia,r9ansto;11.;I.c.tgrielvimuceeettinng Russia-4z iiktOrIne,iiiiiIite 6011
le-ence wai'dtediladAnilest Russia.
backs down.
Yesteraay the' Soviet Union
gave the Western allies a new
ultimatum to get, out of Berlin
in a year.
Gromyko formally issued the
ultimatum in the farm of a
Moscow "Interim" Berlin peace
package introduced to the Big
r'our Conference Plenary Ses Session.
sion. Session. Gromyko said that unless the
West 'agrees to sign a German.
peace treaty wit a year Rus-,
sia will sign a ,pact at once
with East uermany, terminat terminating
ing terminating Western rights in Berlin.
tierter reJectta the "extraor "extraordinary"
dinary" "extraordinary" Soviet proposal wa.4
"wholly. unacceptaolp" after he
had engaged, in, a series of
emergency consultations with
top Western leaders.
The U.S. Secretary of State
indicated that Russia had
written off the chances for a
Summit conference unless it
withdraws the new ultima ultimatum.
tum. ultimatum. Gro:nyko first broached the
Russian threat at a secret ses session
sion session or the Big Four foreign
ministers Tuesaay after Com Communist
munist Communist sources leaked tne plan
this morning, U.S. spokesman
Andrew Bening. sum moned
newsmen and denounced the
Russian threat as designed to
caused the "breakdown' of the
Geneva Conference.
"There is no point in going
on with the conference on the
basis of these proposals," Berd Berding
ing Berding declared.
Moscow's New Berlin time timebomb,
bomb, timebomb, stripped of diplomatic
niceties, gave the West two,
choices:
Accept a 12-month time
limit for negotiating a German
peace treaty on Soviet terms,
during which time the U.S.,
Britain and France could keep
only sharply reduced "symbolic"
forces in West Berlin.
Face unilateral "termina "termination"
tion" "termination" of Western occupation
rights in the isolated outpost
city at once, along with a Com-I
munist East German take-over I
of the access routes to West
Berlin.
"The Soviet delegation," Gro-I
myko told yesterday's confer

tains, 590 is average rent.
For those who just want to sit
clown, Frome has a kind word for
the resort hotel, from which he
says all the guests come away
felling like millionaires. This is
possibly because they are million millionairses.
airses. millionairses. Anyway, be suggest 9325
per week "and up" as a likely
price for a family of four.
Credit cards help. Take all
you've got. But ready cash hasn't
gone out of style. Figure a budg budget
et budget long before leaving, Frome ad advises,
vises, advises, then add 10 to 15 per cent.
I guess the author reaches his
literary peak in theis 160-page
book on page 79. In a sentence
that can't be improved, ho says;
"Be prepared to pay."

ence session, "must say'that if
the Western powers do -not af
gree to introduce for thet, tran transitional
sitional transitional period of one yeatRUe,
Ma's minimum measures with
regard to West Berlin, ,he 604
viet Union will not be ,willing
to confirm, its consent ,to the
continuation of the OccVation
regime in West Berlin."

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Wastern sourversaft
Sian" ItleV as 1,1itivattemht.' '''''''''
split tbe Western ranks throutar;
"steamroller" tactics.
Herter, in a blunt "no sur surrender"
render" surrender" statement fired back
that the West would refuse to
bow to "pressure tactics."

"Obviously we cannot accept
a time limit of 12 months for
life expectacy of the right
which we and our allies acquir
ed as a result of the capitula capitulation
tion capitulation of Mt ler's Germany,' Her Herter
ter Herter said.

Guns, Ammunition
Bound For Aruba
Seized In Miami

MIAMI, June 11 (UPI) -- 1121.
customs agents seized approxi approximately
mately approximately $15,p00 worth of guna
and ammunition today hidden
in crates for shipment to Aru Aruba,
ba, Aruba, Netherlands West Indies,
Chief Customs Agent Joseph
A. Fortier said the crates had
been shiped by two Colombians,
Diosante Lubo and Merced RO.-
sado. He said the two men had
left this country recently. ;
Fortier declined to speculate
on the purpose or eventual des,,
tination of the arms shipment. '''
The crates were addressed ,t0
Dubert Senior, Aruba, Nether-,
lands, West Indies, fortier
The crates contained air condi.,
tioners, freezers' and refrigerd
ators. The arms were secretpd
inside.
Fortier said his men acted n "'
"information" to find the artrui
cache. The crates were staCked
on a Miami waterfront YPiel
ready for shipment on the BMA
ish motor freighter Cottort,Bay,
Fortier said the cache includd
ed about 300 pistols and a ntini4
ber of shotguns and rifles. :11
also included ammunition. 0,

Bids TomorroW

For $3 Million
PC Bridge Job

Bids on the Balboa Bridge
substructure, the intermediat0
phase of construction on tho
long awaited Panama Canal
span, will be opened tomorrow
at 1 pm at the training cews
ter building near Balboa rail,.
,
road station.
Balboa Heights officials said :
the opening was moved,. to! ,,
the training center to handle
the anticipated crowd expecid,
ed 1A) attend. 4
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Representat iv e s of mow
than 40 contracting firma 1
from the States and Panaras15
showed up at the pre-bedding 1
conference last month. i
Informed sources said to.
day the substructure contract
is expected to run in most
of IS aidilitas
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The correspond
rio Biagetti of CI
Caparros' of the
zine Bohemia.
, other rebels, lee
Charrtorro,' took
and ammunition
carry and Wiar,ch
ing to carry' on t
for their ,cause.
,Chamoir was
Managua newspai
Banta Domingo
fronts established
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Lirge Regil
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'From 5;,to 100 1
have 'been tegister
flier recreation ,P
was scarfed, Monde
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being' eflered the
itave registered Itir
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garnet for all ages,
ball, bolley,ball and
Organized': ettlyil
a.m. anctt cbilinue
day, With' an hour
Friday will he col
the children partic
different sports.
Swimming and pi
so 'are being arra
registered for the
been reminded to
swimming cards.
Rainy Seas(
,
I'leathenne
Garowtono
Th'i relar seasim
officiallY in APril,
than. normal at ino
Zone weather otati
to the monthly rel
the ,Meteorological
graphic Branch.
Relatively chi col
ed throughout the
with the watershed
CO, Candelaria and
reporting rainfall 8
low.their usual am
The average for all
9.17 inchea, or 2.11
normal.
Runoff from tht
Basin continued to
for t h e corm
the report stated.
The actumulated
January lt and Jur
the lowest for, tha
years.
DuringMay, the.
Gatun take basin
below the. 46-year
was the eighth low
Oise 1914.
n3IPCA
Five free
'At Corozal 1
terinary ,Clinic are
'the Canal 'Zone &
'Preventio of Crue
'nese animals, thr
41, ...dogs 'ate availabie
One of the eats I
ane the othe
41 ides: a tiger etrlP
01111101.- All of then
would make nice
' ,-The, dogs are hot
, a mostly Pek
yetmg and very ta
to have been-a, str
other dog isfa bb
't,t medium size about
aim Society annc
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,ier adoption, may
the clinic. There a
tie charges silica
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Neptune's letter in the Mail Box the other night caused me to
, give some thought to the affliction my neighborhood suffers from,
and very likely yours, also, because it seems that very few of us are
lucky enough to escape this plague of pilots.
Off and on,mostly on, I have been watching this neighbor of
; mine loaf under, his house, and so yesterday I invited him to loaf
under mine. When I mentioned a drink or two he came running.
During the course of the afternoon I asked him a number of ques questions
tions questions about. hi., work and managed to get answers of a sort. Perhaps
, these answers mean something to you. I'm still confused. The con conversation
versation conversation went about like this:
Q. You fellows are working quite a lot lately, aren't you?
A. Yeah. I put in 37 hours last week. When I was a carpenter's
helper I only put in 30. Boy, them carpenters got it made.
Q. Why didn't you stay in the carpentry trade?
A. Well, I couldn't get along with this guy I worked for. He
didn't like it when I said we shouldn't do so much in a day. He call called
ed called it a slowdown but that wasn't the idea at all.
Q. I understand that as a pilot you are on a 40 hour week?
A. Yeah. That's what it says, but you know we are kinds like
airline pilots. We shouldn't oughts exhaust ourselves on the job. It
ain't safe if you're not alert and all that.
Q. I'm told that you fellows get travel time.
A. That's right. I travel about three hours a day. That don't
count time in the boathouse and in the launch.
Q. That makes about 16 hours per week traveling, or last week,
for you, 23 hours of handling ships. Am I right?
A. Well I guess so, but that ain't the whole picture. Some of
them boats ain't even got no pilot's chair, so you have to sit on a
box. And then during this foggy season you can't sleep in the jitney.
You gotta stay awake and watch to see if the driver is gonna kill
you, or make sure he ain't gonna hit no horse or not, on the highway.
Q. But since you are paid for travel, why is this loss of sleep
such hardship?
A. Well, it is anyway. You just try it sometime. I get sleepiest
after riding one of them Wop or Kraut ships.
Q. Why is this?
A. Then guys just don't know step to stop bringing up the beer
and red wine. Boy, do I get sleepy.
Q. Have you ever suggested. that they do without the refresh refreshments?
ments? refreshments? A. No. Why should I?
Q. A good question. By the way, what is the extentof your job?
A. Well, I sort of tell them where to go?
Q. I presume you mean the ship's captains, in this instance.
Is this difficult?,
A.. Sure it's hard. Whp do you think we got pilots. After all,
; them steamboats might getAost otherwise, and we'd hafta waste a
!, couple of days looking for them. That's why we got pilots. So them
jokers won't get lost. ;; :1;r4 a:ye
Q. About pay. Isn't your salary adequate?
A. No Anyway, my salary is confidenutial. sort of.
Q My wife and did very well last year. Between the two of
us we made over $11,000.
A. That's peanuts. We did better than 31 grand.
Q. How much does she make?
A. Five Gee's.

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A. That's peanuts. We did better than 31 grand. family-even though both groups tits neck. After a nine-month de- ,. oLaLva zgaLulag nexilu. U112 at
end of the triple play is in Alba- ventineeresec"rhe,reliracIn'sthemotnteoxnt nicetvuerne ..
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, Q. How much does she make? N (' w nia, the other in Geneva, and the years, said Jack Ka p, Para-
have the best intentions in the lay, Powell was Indicted,
third in Red China. mount head. A ., ,." I, r
e eA. Five Gee's.
world. You can't receive large a- there has been another year's de de,
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Q. Bowythen, do you justify a demandefer ereereeneeney and
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mounts etemoneyelike, thieee,eYen lay and Ike's friend, Powell, has
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. leas hour!? ''' ' -.eieeereTe'ee 1 from tile finestephilantheemst.,eind not gone io trial.
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A. Why should I turn down an extra buck? Fire a few of Doo- e' -e 1 e ''e '" ''' e ''.',' e- e', '''' ,,it e ie.( t e 11 ,-tit'oo," r i i NI .1 111b7141(7 ,eti4t: '' 11,-,,,,F-V,
Ian's boys, I say. and give us the money saved. We can do without out feeling an obligation. IKE'S VETO TROUBLES
for the most worthy cause, with-
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-.. them drones but they can't get along without us. Anybody in the la- Already, say Congressional e -e ,,,
bor racket can tell you you gotta keep after the boys on the other friends of Mr. Sam, he. has been President Eisenhower is going ,
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v side becauee they'll worfk you for nothin' if they can get away pulling his punches on the Demo- to bf in a box when it comes VI
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with it. cratic legislative program. The yetotne the big $2,100,000,000 nous nous,
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1 A. Yes and no. f Holding Corporation Act :to split Federal housing money en which
, Q. Which one? up the big corporations, and the the huge building Industry is cle cleA.
A. cleA. I had a temporary extension on my license during the war. Securities and Exchange Act to nendent will be used up on or a-
' Atile : '' ' .,
' Q. To what extent? police Wall Street, are long over. bout June 15. By that time, the ieee4:1116 5 . ,It
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. A. Leek buddy, I got experience. You ever worked around the Recently Mr. Sam has pioneer- FHA will serene the heitom of "e .
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Clev,eland waterfront? No? I thought not. Maybe my licenee is a ed no new legislation, He did nut the mortgage barrel end the huge '-:;ie,::': :, ::"''', :': :::;:::: ''-::',.:;':,,:eei'e':'e::::i':':'':::':,:::: e:::::;i'ei:,:i',':',.::e.:,:::::.i.i,:,,,,e::':,::,e,;,,iei,e,,,,ei,i,kee,,,,,,,,,.,,... '' ,,, 11.111Miee9ee,,,
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. Q. What kind of ship do you prefer through the canal? But, aside from that, there has gr;nd slowly to ,a 'stp0. ,,. ., :::' :''''':::''''''''" :.';.,0,.::.::iiia6ii?,,,,!:'-:::4siigiVigt:ki.:::::.',;i.';: ::;atia,INOii!!:::,ntiaMitig:TO!gig!)illi,li,16:if.ILi;;!0.1,,Milialieilgfilatii10,GE ''
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for his library. If he sends the bill back t e ee::e.,,,4,-,e,,' ',,!::,'.,:ei,,:ie::.... , gee .:,-. '.,,,....,::.',.,e, ..e..ke:,..:,,,, ..,,!e.,,.,i.,:e,...:ee,,eee;': se::e::::eie:.i:,i:ee::ee'.::::::::::eii:ieie;ii,:,!,',:eee:eeeei'ieeeiieViii:iiiee;i::;m::::::,:ee:i0:::,i::i:::::xft:':ir:?:e0:gee::::'
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. : ; I can tell you, we are not lagging ourselves, and building more It's interesting what the friends While they can't pass it' over e. .,:,:. ,,,:,: '' '',....e..e :
of Adm. Lewis Strauss will do to Ike's veto, they can delay, until e '";,ee,e.:-: ::...::::::,e.1,1ii!.','f: eie , e ., ., :''s - '; '' ' ':EN'h:
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Howythen, do you justify a demand-for mare-nseney and
s less our!? r
A. Why should I turn down an extra buck? Fire a few of Doo DooIan's
Ian's DooIan's boys, I say. and give us the money saved. We can do without
them drones but they can't get along without us. Anybody in the la labor
bor labor racket can tell you you gotta keep after the boys on the other
side because they'll worfk you for nothin' if they can get away
with it.

Q Were you ever a ship's master?
A. Yes and no.
Q. Which one?
A. had a temporary extension on my license during the war.
Q. To what extent?
A. Look buddy, I got experience. You ever worked around the
elev,eland waterfront? No? I thought not. Maybe my license is a
little short, but after all. it's the experience that counts.
Q. What kind of ship do you prefer through the canal?
A. One of them Wop or Kraut jobs.
Neptune's Trident.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:
Spring is here and the market is flooded with fruit and vegetables,
:,esspecialiv cantaloupes. And the best from the Pecos Valley won't
beon for another week.
41
Two peddlers were in front of our house at one time yesterday,
:: fighting for our trade. One wanted to sell at ,tWo for' a quarter. He
sold none, for I waited for our regular man and bought at the right
4,4, price.
It's raining all the time in the northern part of the State and all
4 the streams are flooded.
Looking forward to a short vacation soon.';
Saw a bridge under construction at Lake, Charles last year, and

4: now want to cross it. Looked like a picture I saw of one across the
;; Canal.
And by the way, that disturbance in Nicaragua brings to mind
i that sea level canal, and the Mark Tenney survey.
4. Thank Corinne Hinkle for that long letter with all the David and
I; Poquete news. Both are coming to the front.
I can tell you, we are not lagging ourselves, and building more
1' than all the rest put to gether.
4
i Pop Wright.

BIBLES
Sir:

No wonder retired-Canal Zonians get homesick for the Isthmus
, when they settle down to living somewhere else.
Things do happen here.
Our august El Panama Hilton, for example, gets fitted out with
a full set of Gidenn Bibles on the same day it acquires a snake pit.
Keep things nalanced, gentlemen.
Entertained.

ZONE FOOD PRICES

m.as.r&
Sir:

Most of us in the Zone have children. and it takes special food
tor some, running tile food but out in proportiOn.
arying to live on a budget is almost impossible, Since the food
prices in the Zone are in au orbit out of reach for most ot us, of
course, ibr the cnoice few tnis doesn't matten: But 'wan my pay I
could never buy groceries and take a trip to the Continent also.
We keep bearing how much cheaper things are m the Zone. Well,
they are not the only thing found cheaper is gasoline, most of the
time have to use regular to keep within a budget. I can't cope with
inflationary prices.
Before the Zone had a depression status, how about cutting
down on some of the high rent, say a cut of $2S. I would much rather
see this done than have the 'houses air-oonditioned. Fuggest some
kind of survey be made to see what the people think and want I
think some cut prices in tits commissary could head the :Het.
Fish-heads Ind Rice.
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' For the information of Driver (Mail Box June 9) the arrows
4't and other marking at the entrance to the Diablo Heights Ser Ser,,
,, Ser,, vice Center parking area are a big help to the residents of Mor Mor,'i
,'i Mor,'i rison and Parsons Streets in enabling them to get to and from
theirhomes and Walker Avenue without being run into by cares
' coming from the parking lot.
These drivers, quite possibly of the same mental aliber as
Driver, either did not know, or did not care, that tile cars on
, Morrison Avenue had the right of way. The undersigned has al al.)
.) al.) most been hit on more than one occasino bv cars coming from
the parking area and this new layout is certainly a big improve improveMent.
Ment. improveMent. Anyone who "can't fathom" the reason for these arrows.
and who has difficulty In following that; is a prize example of
:4 "sheer stupidity."

, and WhO has difficulty in following thin; is a prize example of company regarding the sanie I 0 Encyclopdia Britannia, 1 1 1 V 1 1
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I WASHINGTON Speaker Sam
Rayburn, 77 years old and with
45' years of devoted public serv service
ice service to his credit, stands in danger
of spoiling some of it, thanks to
his library in Bonham, Tex.
Mr Sam wants to raise an en endowment
dowment endowment to pay for the upkeep
of the library, and has the turn turndown
down turndown of $200,000 from SecretarY
of the Treasury Bob Ander 5on,
also another $200,000 from the
Rockefeller Foundation. Anderson
would not contribute the money
personally, but would raise it
from friends.
Rayburn's friends, in turn, say
this would put him under obliga obligation
tion obligation to the wealthy friends of An Anderson
derson Anderson and to the Rockeff.lier
familyeven though both groups
have the best intentions in the
world. You can't receive layge a amounts
mounts amounts of
from tile finest,,philantbremst,pnd
for the most worthy catip, with without
out without feeling an obligation.
Already, say Congressional
friends of Mr. Sam, he. has been
pulling his punches on the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic legislative program. The
1days when he fought to pass the
Holding Corporation Act 'to split
up the big corporations, and the
Securities and Exchange Act to
police Wall Street, are long over.
Recently Mr. Sam has pioneer pioneered
ed pioneered no new legislation, He did nut
up a fight for the housing bill
'But, aside from that, there has
been little attempt to live up to
the Democratic platform.
Last week, immediately af:er
the Dulles funeral, Sem flew with
Anderson to Perrin Field, Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, Tex., near his home. An Anderson
derson Anderson used a special government
plane to visit his T-yps ranch,
then picked up Sam for the return
flight to Washington.
This chummy relationship be between
tween between the Secretary of the Trea Treasury,
sury, Treasury, Republican, and the SpeA
er of the House of Peoresenta Peoresentafives.
fives. Peoresentafives. Democrat. would become
all the closer if. Spill aceepteri,
S200.000 from Anderson's frimds'
for his library.
THE SOCIAL L01313)1
It's interesting what the friends
of Adm. Lewis Strauss will do to
influence Senate votes for his con confirmation
firmation confirmation as Stcretary of Com-1
merce.
Last week Vice-president Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon, close friend ofl
Strauss, gave a highly exclusive
dinner party for Chancellor Ade,
nauer of Germany. Tho only Ca Cabinet
binet Cabinet fember invited Wag
Strauss, and the only Senator in
vited was Margaret Chase Smtth
rif Maine, Republican, who is on
the fence regarding Strauss' con confirmation.
firmation. confirmation. Senator Smith, thoutzh
not a member of the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee, Was
singled out from all other Sena Senators
tors Senators for this exchisive
But, at the last minute Mrs.
Smith didn't make it. She sent
word that she was detained to,
a Senate vote which wasn't call called
ed called until 10 p.m.
Senator Smith has a record of
not missing a single roll-call
vote since June I, 1955. She has
been present to answer yea or
nay for a total of 570 votes and
she didn't want to break that
record. She did not know until
later, incidentally, that plans had
been made to have her get bet better
ter better acquainted with the Cabinet
officer who very much wants het
vote for his confirmation.
UNEVENHANDED JUSTICE
Last January an FBI agent
called at the Trades Unionist
Printing Co. of Washington and
interviewed Fred S. Walker, its
manager, regarding 50,000 circu circulars
lars circulars ordered by a union officdal
for the campaign of Congress Congressman
man Congressman Thomas F. Johnson, Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, of the Eastern Shore ofMa ofMaryland.
ryland. ofMaryland. Again last week, two FBI
agents called on the same print printing
ing printing company regarding the saint
circular.
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only the name "Citizens Commit
tee for Tom Johnson for Con Congress,"
gress," Congress," which is against the law.
Also, the union might be in vio violation
lation violation of the Taft-Hartley Act.
Meanwhile, the FBI has done
nothing about that $5000 check
given by Bill Keck of Superior
Oil Co. to the Eisenhower dinner
committee right in the middle of
the drive by Superior Oil and
other oil companies to pass a nat natural
ural natural gas bill.
Also, the Justice Department
has done nothing about the trial
of Congressman Adam ;Clayton
Powell, Harlem Democrat, Who
came out for Ike in 1956 when he
felt the hot breath of the law on
his neck. After a nine-month de delay,
lay, delay, Powell was indicted, N w
there has been another year's de delay
lay delay and Ike's friend, Powell, has
not gone io trial?
IKE'S VETO TROUBLES
President Eisenhower is gam::
to be in a box when it comes tn
vetoing the big $2,100,000,000 nous nousing
ing nousing bill.
Federal housing money n which
the huge building industry is de denendent
nendent denendent will be used up on or a about
bout about June 15. By that time.. the
FHA will serene the holtorn of
the mortgage barrel and thp huge
hiilding industry will begin to
gr;nd slowly to .a'ston.
That's the insid,e.,ATeson WI
Congressman Albert Rains of
labama will send the new nous nousing
ing nousing bill to the President's desk
on or about June 16.
If The got it min earlier he
could veto the bill and his stip stipPorters
Porters stipPorters in Congress might have
time to pass a new law authoriz authoriznrivate
nrivate authoriznrivate mortgare money 4ut
eliminating shim clearance and
public housing. The wants the
mortga ge money. but rot the
slum clearance-public housing.
However. the new narkage hoosL
ing bill will be a tough one for
to veto.
If he sends the bill back te
Congress, the Democrats have e enough
nough enough votes to bold un the entire entirehoming
homing entirehoming bill indefinitely.
While they can't pass it' over
Ike's veto, they can delay, until
SKIN DIVER DROWNS
WESTPORT, Conn. (UPI)
James Christman of Flushing,
N. v., ,40,,,,04 y-gterday
while skin diving off Sherwood
Nand in Long Is lind Sound, po police
lice police reported. It was the second
drownir of a skin d'ver in the
area within two weeks.
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There aril 26 parks with a
total area of 12,556,699.55 acres.
in the U.S. National Park sys system.
tem. system. The largest of these,
with 2,213,206.55 acres, Is Yel.
lowstone Park, founded in
1872 and located in parts of
Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.
The smallest park is -Platt
National Park, Oklahoma, with
911.97 acres. It was founded
in 1906. Yellowstone, famous
for its mountains, canyons and
natural wonders, li also the
oldest national park.
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RED SQUEEZE PLAY
Those who study th..,A diplonn diplonntic
tic diplonntic cables are concerned over a
new Commun;st squeeze play
brewing over the or m Qs a
Strait.
There's been increased shelling
of the offshore islands, and an A American
merican American conver.d bomber, cairy'
ing a Chinese Nationalist crew,
was shot down by the Red ,Chi-,
nese.
U. S. diplomats figure this is a
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Jerry Lewis Signs
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Paramount jailed the deal the
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,cluSive ex,cluSive liof one star."
'tinder the contract, Paramount
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'should be given te Gorman,
:Cemmunist threats of Berlin Berlinblockade?
blockade? Berlinblockade? What control does the
Communist regime hold over.tho
people East Germany,
, To, -seek the inswels, UPI is
Wollington'Leng, news manager
Germanyeloined ether West Westlent
lent Westlent serrespondents on at yisit to,
East Trormarry. this week.. Hort
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EAST BERLIN (UPI) -- The
Communist regime in East Ger Germany
many Germany probably is bluffing. when
it threatens to force the Western
Allies out of West'llerlin.
' But the German Communists do
believe that tooner or later they
bave e great degree of influ influence
ence influence over the activities of the Al Allied
lied Allied garrisons in-West Berlin and,
their supply.
- The Communists are less confi confident
dent confident about' their control over
rektless East' Germans.
That is the sum 'of impressions
gathered during a visit to East
Berlin and East Germany this
iveek and from talks with all sorts
ef people ranging from Commu Commuhist
hist Commuhist PartY central committeemen
dovm to railway ticket takers and
construction workers.
", When sneaking for the record
they talk though of how the Soviet

Milton Eisenhower Accompanies
Nixon To Russia Next Month

WASHINGTON (UPDDr. Mil Milton
ton Milton h. Eisenhower, the President's
brother and oft-times U.S. "good "goodwill
will "goodwill amoassador," will accom accompany
pany accompany vice president Richard M.
Isiixon' on his trip to Moscow next
month, the white house announeed
today.,
Nixon will open the U.S. Exhibit
at a Moscow Trate Fair July 25.
Afterwards he plans a trip of a
week or more to other parts of
Russia and Siberia. He probably
ill leave for 'Russia on July 22
aboard one of this country's new
let airliners.
Dr. Eisenhower, President of
Johns Hopkins univelsity, will
travel with Nison as one of three
members of an advisory commit committee
tee committee on the U.S. exhibit. It was
Dr. Eisenhower who made a
peaceful tour of Latin Ameriea
last year shortly after Nixon was
stoned there.
Other members of the U.S. advisory-
committeeare, Harold
Boeschenstein, president and di dilector
lector dilector of the WM .Corning
Fiberglass Corp., and Robert
Dowling, of New York, chairman
of the American National Theater
and Academy.
The Nixon party also will in,
elude George V. Allen; director'
of the U.S. Information Agency
and government co-ordinator for
the Moscow Exhibit,- and Harold
C.. McClelland, general manager
of the exhibit.
WMte House press Secretar
James C. Hagerty said he did not
know whether Dr. Eisenhower and
other committee members would
accompany Nixon on his planned
trip beyond Moscow,
' Nixon's trip is part tif an ar arrangement
rangement arrangement under which Soviet
Deputy Premier Frol RoslPv4wM
tour the United Statek next month
after he opens a Soviet trade ex exhibition
hibition exhibition in New York City on June
30.
The way for Nixon's trip NM
cleared when the State Department
said it would approve a request
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will. back them up ii the long list
of things thersgy they will forbid
the Allies to do.
When they're not titling propi propiganda
ganda propiganda the- German Communist
leaders speak e lot less threaten!
ingly. They still maintain that
East, Germany will sign a sepa separate
rate separate treaty with Russia, but they
art' vague, to& details and indicate
it will be....the simple, passage of
time,that will, give them control
over WestlIerlin's lifelines- --
Asked at what point in 'stale 'staleImated
Imated 'staleImated East-West negotiations an
East German Russian peace
Itreaty would bi signed. East Ber Berlin's
lin's Berlin's Communist' Party Chief Paul
Verner declared, "When that
would 'be, ndiine can say. rtn no
fortune teller. but we won't wait
until 1961 when the Adenauer re regime
gime regime In West Germany is to have
completed its atomic armament."
The Communists still refose to
believe thet the West will not
agree to their peace treaty de
mands, and they think they're
making gala' Ss ss winning
some -sort of reeognition from the
Western nowers.
The, believe the Allies now are
moving'. towards an agreement
whereby they will negotiate with
the East German regime in sun sunolytog
olytog sunolytog their garrisons in West
Berlin.
But the ommunists werre
About their own influence in East
Germany.

Menshikov that Kos lov be allowed
tc make the U. S. tour.
Details of Koslov's visit will be
worked out with Soviet officials
when Nixon's trip is discussed.
Kos lov, No. 3 man in the Krem Kremlin,
lin, Kremlin, may spend about nine days
in the United States.

Police,Seek Man
Who Slo le-$30;
Raped Housemaid

NEW ORK (UPI) A 5-foot,
5-inch Negro invaded a home in
a fashionable section of the
Bronx yesterday, twice raped an
attractive blond housemaid and
robbed her pregnant employer of
$30 at knife point.
The man, said to be between
125 and10, escaped ofter--tying the
two women to a post in the cellar.
' Mrs. Roger Michstels. ,37, wife
and daughter of furniture com company
pany company executives. said the intrud intruder
er intruder walked in the unlocked front
door of the 10-room house on a
wooded,half-ac.re in the Riverdale
section.'
Mrs. Michaels, who is expect expecting
ing expecting her second child in October,
sad the Man pointed a long longbladed
bladed longbladed knife at her and demand demanded
ed demanded money. She gave him S20 and
then 510 more on his demand.
Men, she said, he forced her to
accompany him upstairs, where
he found the maid, Mrs. Ruth
Noeek, 25.
The intruder forced Mrs. Noack
to disrobe and raped her In Mrs.
Michaels presence. He then took
the-women to the baxmnent tied
up Mrs. Michaelis and forced Mrs.
Noack to' accompany him again
to an upstairs bedroom, where he
again raped her.
He then tonk her back to the
basement, still unclothed. and tied
her up beside her employer.

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MEMPHIS (UPI) Mrs. Flora
Witt, who used to say "life after
100" had been good to her, died
today in her 106th year.
Mrs. Witt was taken to a hos hospital
pital hospital two days before her last
birthday. Until one year ago, she
WaS still getting around her apartment-hotel.here
with the help
of her daughter Mrs. Lula phil phillips.
lips. phillips. 85.
Mrs. Witt's years spanned the
administration of 21 presidents.
During her lifetime the nation
grew from 31 to 50 states.
When Mrs. Witt reached her
100th birthday she started tele telephoning
phoning telephoning United Press Internation International
al International here. On each succeeding
birthday she hobbled to the tele telephone
phone telephone to call UPI, except her last
one when she was hospitalized.
She was born in New YorV
City, the family moving to Mo Mobile,
bile, Mobile, Ala., in time for the War
Between the States. Her family
slipped through the Yankee block blockade
ade blockade of that city on a night car.
nage journey to Memphis.
While living at Greenville,
Miss.. Theodor? Roosevelt, then
president, killed a bear on the
nlantsVon of her husband, Gus Gustave
tave Gustave Witt.

Her husband died in California
in 1882. She and her children
were st,11 in San Fr Incise when
the earthquake hit, killing scores
of persons Mrs. Witt returned
here in 1933.
She was said to be the oldest
stockholder of Ford Motor Co.,
and each birthday received con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from executives. Oth Othcs
cs Othcs r.reetings came from President
Eisenhower, and the mayors of

Comm' flee Chairman
Denies Withholding
Expense Acct. Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
chairman of a House subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee denied yesterday that a bill to
strip the secrecy from congres congressional
sional congressional expenses on over9eas trips
had been quietly pigeon-holed.
Rep. Samuel N. Friedel OD ODMd.),
Md.), ODMd.), chairman of a House ad administration
ministration administration subcommittee con considering
sidering considering the bill, said the measure
would get further study and a de deoision
oision deoision would be made public.
Friedel rejected the complaint
of a Florida editor who protested
that the subcommittee was taking
"secret actions" on the anti antisecrecy
secrecy antisecrecy bill.

V. M. Newton Jr., managing
editor of the Tampa Tribune and
chairman of the Sigma Delta Chi
Freedom ofAnformation Commit,
tee, 'efill'etif lor'9oPen"'hetimings en
the bill yesterlay.
Newton wrote chairman Omar
Burleson (D-Tex.) that Friedel's
group be ordered to take testi testimony
mony testimony from "proper witnesses,
including American taxpayers,
who through heavy taxation, pay
these funds."
Friedel denied that his subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee was "pigeon-holing" t e
bill.

He said only two members were
present at the one hearing held.
A transcript of testimony by the
b,11's sponsor, Rep. H. R. Gross
(11-Iowal was sent to the other
members of the subcommittee.
Friedel said.
He said the subcommittee will
consider the bill in future sessions
and will go on record with its ac action.
tion. action. Rut he declined to predict
what the group would do.
On the question of secret meet meetings,
ings, meetings, Friedel said, the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee almost always holds "ex "exeeptive"
eeptive" "exeeptive" or eloFed-door hearings
on all legislation,

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San Francisco.
Her son, Clarence Witt of
Greenville, whose golden wedding
anniversary she had attended in
1955, died nine months ago.
Besidea Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Witt'
is survived by her daughter-in-lawl
of Greenville, and granddaughters1
Leone Witt of greenville, and'
Louise Witt of Loa Angeles.
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Sought-By Canal

Bids for the interior maintln maintlnance
ance maintlnance painting of quarters in Can.
al Zone U.S. communities on both
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ing coming year are how being solicited
by the Panama Canal Company.
The bids are to be opened July 1
at Balboa Heights.
The quarters to be painted as
directed daring the period extend extending
ing extending from the date of receipt of
notice to Proceed until July 30,
1960 are located in Cristobal, Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, Gatun, Coco Solo, Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, Corozal, Los Rios, Diablo
Heights, Balboa, Balboa Heights,
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AT THE REdEPTIONPtc. and Mrs. Stephan J. Ouss III cut the
cake following their wedding at the Fort Amador Catholic Chap Chapel
el Chapel on Saturday evening. The bride is the former Miss Candida
Rudas of Panama City. The groom is the son of Mai. and Mrs.
Stephan Guss Jr. of Fort Lee. Va. (Army Photo)

Mr. and Mrs. Acly
To Bo Feted Tonight
The Ambassador of the United
States and Mrs. Julian Fiske Har Harrington
rington Harrington will enterLain at a cock cocktailAbuffet
tailAbuffet cocktailAbuffet this evening at their
residence in La Crests. The event
wilt honor the Embassy Counsel Counsellor
lor Counsellor and Mrs. R. Austin Acly.
After nearly four years on the
Isthmus, the Aclys will sail on a
Panama Line ship July 1 for his
new assignment with the State De Department
partment Department in Washington.

Italian Art Exhibit
Extended to June 20
The exhibition of contemporary
Italian art being shown in the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building of the Uni

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versity of Panama has been ex extended
tended extended to June 20.
The ptiblic has been invited, at
no charge, to view the extibit
from 9 a.m. to noon and from 3 to
9 p.m. daily. The display inelud
es 147 v,orks ty. modern Italian
artists, and is being sponsored
here by the Dante Alit!hieri Socie Society
ty Society and the Italian Ambassador to
Panama.

The exhibit is considered one of
the finest exhibits of its kind ev ever
er ever to be shown in the Americas.

Events Of Interest
At The British Embassy
This week's social events at the
British Embassy will be highlight highlighted
ed highlighted Saturday by two receptions

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celebrating the birthday of Queen
Litzauetn.
The British Ambassador and La Lady
dy Lady Henaerson havt issued invita invitations
tions invitations to metals tor tne afternoon
event irom noon to 1:30 p.m., and
to members of the British com community
munity community and Comn.onwealth repre representatives
sentatives representatives trom 13 to 8 p.m.
Sir and Lady Henderson plan to
leave Sunday aboard the SS Rei Reina
na Reina del Mar tor a trip to England.
A luncheon party given Tuesday
by Sir and Lady Hem son hon.
ored the Counsel of tile United
States Embassy and Mrs. R. Aus Austin
tin Austin Acly, who are soon to leave
the Isthmus for a new assignment.
Guests included the Italian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador and Mrs. Majo li, Canal
Zone Lt. ,Gov. and Mrs. John Mc McElheny,
Elheny, McElheny, C. L. Nash, Third Secret Secretary
ary Secretary of the British Embassy, and
Miss E. de Wit.

Chinese Women's League
The monthly meeting of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Women's League will be held
Friday evening at 7:30 at the resid residence
ence residence of Mrs. Jose Chong. Impor Important
tant Important business will be discussed,
and all members are urged to be
punctual.
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Orchid Chapter, 0.E.S.
Orchid Chapter One, Order of
the Eastern Star, will have a stat stated
ed stated meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
at the Scottish ttite Building in
Balboa. Refreshments will be serv served
ed served alter the meeting.

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Articles To be Received
t-or LUKe'S Saie
mrs. ea, otoradu, general chair chairof
of chairof toe oenelit rummage sate
to ue saturuay in rsisnop Mor Morns
ns Morns Halt, Latneurai ot St. Luke, An Ancon,
con, Ancon, witi ue at toe Catheorat to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow aiternoon to receive ar articles
ticles articles tor the sale.
Donations tor the "white ele elephant"
phant" elephant" ,abole, a special feature of
the day, should have a minimum
value placed on them.
Proceeds of the sale will be us used
ed used to buy supplies for the Bella
Vista Children's Home of Panama.
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Mrs. Jones Entertains
For House Guest :
Mrs. James Maloney, house
guest of Mrs. R. A. Jones Jr. of
Fort Kobbe, was complimented by
her hostess Tuesday with a cof coffee
fee coffee given at the Jones residence.
Mrs. Maloney is the wife of the
chief of the Army Mission in Hon Honduras.
duras. Honduras.
Miss Sogandares Receives
Desire. at St. Terese's
Miss Lydia Sogandares, daught daughter
er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sogandares
of Margarita, received her bachel bachelor
or bachelor of science degree this month
during coraniencement exercises at
the College of St. Teresa, Winona,
Minn.
She was gradualwi from Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School. and majored in
biology at college.
(Continued on rage 5)

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Opening lead-4 A

.MMENIB.

A letter from Indiana reads: I
"Here is a hand that has caused
a lot of discussion at our club
"Most partnerships landed at
four spades played by North. East
opened a heart and West would
take his ace and queen of hearts
and ace of clubs and then. lead a
third heart whereupon West would
make a trump trick and beat the
hand one.
"A couple of pairs landed at
three no-trump after a double by
North and repeated no-trump bids
by South. In each ease West was
mean enough to open a club and
the hand went down four tricks.
How could we get to a four-spade
contract played by South?"
The bidding shown in the box
does it nicely. South's one no-,
trump response to partner's
double is correct but when North
bids two diamonds South should
then go to two spades. This shows
exactly what he holds. Four had
spades and a fair hand.
Incidentally, a low club opening
will beat South's four spades but
I doubt very much if such defense
would ever come off.

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Q---The bidding has been:
North East South West
1 Pass 2 NZ. Pass
Pass 3 Pass
' Pass
You, South, hold:
:41E15 "KOS A10341E1087
, What do you do?
ABid four clubs. You have
very good cards and your part partner
ner partner apparently is moot distinter distinterestad
estad distinterestad In no-trunip
TODAY'S QUESTION
, ,
Your partner continues with a
bid of four spades. What do you
do now?
Answer Monday

14-Year-Old Girl
Disappears After
Mysterious Calls

DETROIT, (UPI) Qolice
widened their search Wednesday
but admitttd a complete lack of
tangible clues in the mysterious
disappearance of 14-year-old Su Susan
san Susan Lawrence, a shy, diminutive
Mumford High School student.
The girl, who looks more like
10 than 14, and weighs only 70
pounds, disappeared monde y,
morning after leaving home to go
to the school library to bone up
on her first final exams.
The girl's family had been mu mulested
lested mulested by telephone cRils in which
the caller hurg un afte,r the phone
was answered. The family had
the telephone changed to an un unlisted
listed unlisted number.
On one of the calls, the caller
reportedly threatened 'If I ever
get hold of Susan she'll never
know what hit her."

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BONN, Germany (UPI)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and
the Christian Democrallc Pliny
P 010 Sized, last night to
Economics Miniater Ludwig Er'
hard for statements that were
"apt to damage his eateetn" in
the struggle over West German
leadership.
Will ;LAMM party spokesman
said tbe Chancellor end Chris Christian
tian Christian Democratie members of Par Parliment
liment Parliment in the party "fraction,"
had approved a statement design designed
ed designed to clear up serious 'complaints
made by Erhard on his return
from the United States.
The Chancellor told newsmen
that peace had benn declared
after Erhard's public challenge of
the 83-Year-old Adenauer's decis decision
ion decision to remain chancellor.
Erhard, asked whether he was
now reconciled to playing a sub subordinate
ordinate subordinate role to Adenauer, re replied,
plied, replied, "in any case. the question
has been cleared utr..17'0,'
The statement approVed' at a
spgecial party meeting said.
The fraction welcomes' the
statement by the Chancellor' that
he never intended any disqualifi disqualification
cation disqualification of Federal Economics Min Minister
ister Minister Erhard. The fraction ex expresses
presses expresses its special confidence in

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To All Members
B. P. O. ELKS

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IntRSD

- the economics minister:It regrets
tl statements ; which were apt te
y damage his esteem.lr ,t
o Erhard, e2, who had threatened
to resige' in -the paty's worst
e crisisin a decade. told Christian
Democratic' leaders that "events
it of recent days ud weeks insulted
, me deeply.". '',-
a He repeated that he had never
claimed the chancellorship.:
' though he had been the old- on
'' favorite' to succeed Adenauer If
. the Chancellor had stuck to his
5 original 13181I to sten down and
3 for the presidency of lyed
Germany, figurebPad post.
Changes Mind
Instead while Erhord was visit visitd
d visitd ing the S. recently,' Adenauer
f announced his decision to carry
- on as Chancellor. Adezouer gave
the current internationsl situation
s as the reason for his change of
- mind.
Erhard returned home Tuesday
2 with a pleige to "fight" to clear
up what he described as a "bia "bias
s "bias toric lie". about his policy and
aims.
e Erhard returned home
t laid claim to the chancellerahle,
, that he was less ,steadfast than
others in foreign polity and that
- he was an opponent of turopeaft
integration.

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temper 11111100, .,,foX Are4s
statement by the 'Chanceller-that laid claim to the chancellorship,
.... 1 "Here is a hand that has caused
'The fraction welcomes' ;the E r h a r d returned h o m e
:: Elheny, C. L. Nash, Third Secret Secret'
' Secret' ar of the British Embassy, and 40 British money
PAPrOzr AI jou. a lot of dis-cussion at our club
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h ve intended a disqualifi. that he was less ,steadfast than
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lead a presses its special confidence in integration.
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ITeankde oanetrump trick and beat the
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the statthe hand went down four tricks. H
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How could we get to a four-spade You are cordially invited to attend the Flag Day 11
Services to be conducted by Ledge 1414 at the BAL BAL',
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The bidding shown in the box
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7ta tindi nrairive JUNE Incidentally, a- low club opening
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ttudas of Panama City. The groom is the son of Mal. and Mrs.
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For House Guest : Acknowledge with deep gratitude the kind You, South, hold:
Mrs. James Maloney, h o u s e
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Mr. and Mrs. Acly versity of Panama has been ex- guest of Mrs. R. A. Jones Jr. of
To Bo Feted Tonight tended to June 20. Fort Kobbe, was complimented by manifesudion of sympathy extended itt ', What do you do?
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The cofThe ptiblie has been invited, at fee given at the Jones residence.
. no charge, to view the extibit Mrs. Maloney is the wife of the the passing of very good cards and. your.part your.partner
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,. Italian Art Exhibit Events Of Interest She was gradualwl from Cristo- (Mayo Clinic) G.t 00 YO4 i
Extended to June 20 At The British Embassy bal High School. and majored in I Mysterious Calls ,.(------,,, tfr )
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' ': 3;4'4 '. ,,:" : -' '' : .'"4""1"SPln..r;,. .'. .. i ., :::, : celebrating the birthday of Queen Al "11,1111.111 12 Tomer 27 Pealed, as a 4tAnatomical IP iv ienocrinip. :, ,, : 4. me cieepor-.--,- ,.-,,,- .: ,, i, ,,,,
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16 Sleeping 13 Portent 28 Royal Italian 42 Hebrew month A 4 2 :-, 6 3 10 1,, said the Chancellor and Chris- claimed the chancellorship ..'.'' at.
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tantalum 34 Colonize 45 Forest animal 65 - 10 2 4 liment in ,. the party "fraction," ,favorite to Succeed Adenauer If
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20 Click-beetle 35 Discolors 46 Gaelic 4 A fa ,.. kle I 7 5 4 2 I had approved a statement design- the :Chancellor had stuck to-- his
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. 4 ,'f ,::I,,,,,.,,.:,,,,:4- &. event trom noon to 1:30 p.m., and
.,i,'.y .''.:4 :'''''N'::i', '''. to members of the British com- direction .., ...PUTH ed to'clear tip serious 'complaints original Olen to sten down and
22 Touched 38 Hall-em Arabian caliph
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' :E"':' ::' .::.. 93141 :, 1 Sir and Lady Henderson plan to Victoria, A 8 3 atirhtearteEprnehasearendeigettor told newsmen Instee'd Cwhheinlegilitglrhihetirldel was e.l'elt e.l'eltrelecoecnistiloyo,'
relecoecnistiloyo,' e.l'eltrelecoecnistiloyo,' Atodencanurt7er i 1
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onrodwinareteconrcoileed ttoo the current internationel situation 1
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, Erhard, aske,d whether he was as the reason for his 'change of ;
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::,'"Q:Mie:.:,,, ig-I '.'ll:t11.,;".. ,,o-,. ..",,.... -.. ---," .. ,,, --- bassador and Mrs. Majoli, Canal 35 Twilled fabric 1111. M WeArA MIA
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,:.,A.,.::::,:,::,:,,,,,,:,1,: ..4,,i,,:,i,-.:. : ,,,.p::,: ::,. -,:',: .::::. ,:',,,,,- :: Elheny, C. L. Nash, Third Secret- temper MEOW, .0.fita hte411MIMES1111111 "Here is a hand that has caused special party meeting said. aims. .
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Netherlands take his ace and queen of hearts ister Erhard. The fraction ex he was an opponent of turnpeaft 1
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AT THE RECEPTIONPic. and ,Mrs. Stephan J. Cluss III cut the ed to buy supplies for the Bella Q'rhe bidding has been: ,
cake following their wedding at the Fort Amador Catholic Chao- Vist2 Children's Home of Panama. North East South West ,,,,,,,,,q,.,
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For House Guest : '.
Acknowledge with deep gratitude the kind You, South, hold: IS E
Mrs. James Maloney, h ou s e
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Winmrs ef Bri'dge
, beelens Announesil
.lift. and Mrs.-40km Scott -were
girst prize winners ouplica.
bridge games 'played luesoay eve eveking
king eveking at the USO-JWB Armed
, rorces Service Center m Balboa.
Other winners were Rene Wolf and
r. Hodgson, secund prize; Mrs.
Murray Klipper and Mrs. Carina
Zetenko, third prize; Mrs. Bent
Wolf and Julio David. fourth prize.
;Duplicate bridge is played each
Tuesday evening at the- JWB.
servicemen, their families and the
general public are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Neval Officers Wives
' Members of the Naval Officers
Wives Club will meet next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for a tour of the Palo Seco
leprosarium and luncheon at the
Port Kobbe Officers Club.
Reservations should be made
'with Mrs. Fran Canaday, Navy
8595.

Chinese Wemen's League
Tr Spenser Cane! Trio
The Chinese Women's League of
Panama has announced plans to
sponsor partial transit of the
Psoame Canal July L
Members will board a ship at

Jefferson Portrati
By Gilbert Stuad

Proves 'Two-In-One'
NEW YORK (UM The only
two life portraits of Thomas Jef Jefferson.
ferson. Jefferson. painted Iv Gilbert Stuart,
missing for more than 100 years,
have been found on the same
'canvas.
One of the most fantastic stor stories
ies stories in American art history was
revealed today by portrait artist
Orland Campbell who found 'the
precious double painting in a Low Lower
er Lower East Side ert shop. He and his
brother, Courtney CamPbell, have
spent seven years quietly authenti authenticating
cating authenticating the canvas.
Some authorities who already
have seen the powerful Jefferson
likeness rank it with 'Stuart's
famed portrait of 'George Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The Jefferson original was
previously known only by four
conies made by Stuart in his old
age.
"This painting has a quality that
is quite ;, unique." said Orlend
Campbells- wile has restored: the
age worn canvas to its near brit britWI
WI britWI beauty. "SomehowAhe earlier
Painting. underneath gives it At
foundation and riehness- that the
later ,conies lack."
The Campbells will take the
Seffersbn:pertrsit to,Amberst Coki
lege for a public unveiling Friday,
,..,The painting together, with Or Orland
land Orland Catnpbell's oil Are-recreation
of tbe earlier Stuart ,Jefferson
which lies beneath the surface,
'Will be on display there through
, June 30.
- The outer portrait, painted in
Washingtion in 1805 when Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson was president. is an arresting
three quarter portrait bust in
Stuart'a finest style.
Campbell's expert recreation of
the underpaintint shows a young younger,
er, younger, less care-worn Jefferson. The
57-year-old statesman was vice
president when he sat for thia
likeness in Stuart's Philadelphia
studio in 1800.

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Pedro- Miguel locks at 4:30 p.m.!
and will continue to Gamboa. They
are invited to bring their families.
Those wishing to participate
should telephone reservations to.
Mrs. Alonso Luque, 3-5390 or 2:
Unions Graduate
At North Texas State
Among seniors ,-who received
bachelor degrees at North Texas
State, College, Denton, Texas, last
month were Sally Catherine Estes
of Balboa and Ernest Lee Cotton
of Cristobal.
Mrs, Estes, daughter of Mrs.
Katheryne D. Ackerman of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, received a bachelor of science
degree in rducation.
Cotton, sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Er Ernest
nest Ernest L. Cotton -of Cristobal. .re .reeeived
eeived .reeeived a bachelor of arts degree
in journalism. He is a member of
Sigma Delta Chi, national profes professional
sional professional jornalism 'fraternity.

Couniry Bear Finds
City Lite Deathly

BALTIMORE (UPI) -- An in inquisitive
quisitive inquisitive black bear tried city
life, today. it was tracked down
by police and, dogs, rammed by
a squad car and shot to death.
The bear was believed to be
the same one which had intruded
into the' city limits of nearby
Washington recently.
About 100 Baltimore police in
40 squad cars, along with dogs
of the police K-9 Corps, were
used in the early morning pursuit
through city streets.
The bear was first spotted Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. in the old Mount Au Auburn
burn Auburn cemetery. A policeman fired
three shots from his revolver but
apparently missed. He called in
police reinforcements and the
dogs, but the bear made a mo momentary
mentary momentary escape by scaling a six sixfoot
foot sixfoot wire fence and disappearing
into a woods.
The quarry was seen next about
12:30 a.m. in a schoolyard. a half
hour later on South Paca Street
anastill later in a churchyard.
The bear's final stand came
around 4 a.m.i when It was spot spotted
ted spotted limbling'clown Lombard Street
in downtown Baltimore.
Police some of them armee
with high-powered blies closed
in.
Ihe fugitive was rammed by
Police cruiset three,times in an
effortxte,1,,,;,brinc,,qheitthase to a
close: --
"It didn't seem to bother him."
Police Lt.' John 'Barron reported.
"He just got up and shook him himself
self himself at though. nothing much had
happened." ,
The bear scampered' thorugh
bark,, around,the,, Franklin
Snare ;Hospital'. andlitially was
killed b five or ''six Shots.
'Fiv6 shots from ofie patrolman
didn't finish him off," Barron re reported,
ported, reported, "but another man leaned
over and put a bullet in his head
and that did it."

REDS VISIT AUSTRIA
MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet 1;e 1;efense
fense 1;efense Minister Marshal Rodion Y.
Malinovsky, just back from a visit
to Hungarywill lead a group of
Soviet officers on' a friendship
visit to Austria this month, the
Official news agency Tass reported.

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Prices Run From 1.98 to 1.98

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CASA ZAIDO de Calidonia
Near Molt Meats,.

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Marine "Sentry of the Month" for
standing his post in a "prompt,
courteous and efficient manner,"
Cpl. Michdel J. Milten was cited
at a meritorious mast. The Bre Bremer
mer Bremer to n, Wash.-born leather
neck, a veteran of five years of
service, is a guard NCO it the
Rodman Naval Station.

P111017111 Lino
Collings

Lester A. Ferguson, Supply and
Community Service director, Is
among the passengers arriving
in Cristobal today from New
York aboard the Panama liaer
"Cristobal. He is aceompanied by
his wife and daughter.
A number of college etudents
returning to the Canal Zone folk
the summer vacation also are
listed as passengers aboard the
ship. Among them is Miss Jo Ann
Potter, daughter of Gov. and
Mrs. W. E. Potter.
The complete incoming pas passenger
senger passenger list follows:
Miss L. Rebecca Abell,. Arthur
A. Albright, Kell- ,I--L, Arosemana,
Dr. and Mrs. Jaime Benavides
And children, Mr. and Mrs. Phi Philip
lip Philip Carson and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Miguel Corco Jr., Migu el
Corco, Miss Mara Cornelius,
Jay Arthur Cunningham, Mrs.
eatherine Derns, Miss Y a bol
Diaz, Miss --Marie M. Eberenz,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Elias and
four children, Miss Elizabeth
Esser, Mr. And Mrs. Lester A.
Ferguson and daughter, Miss
Emma Gonnerman, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. ,Gray, and Rev. and
Mil, Henry, A.-.Gutafisen,,Jr. sad
two children.,
Miss Florence Elaine Hagner,
Miss Elizabeth P. Hagner, Wil William
liam William T. Halvosa, III, Miss Car Carmen
men Carmen Hernandez, Miss Diane M.
Jacobs, ArtliorF. Jones, IVIiss M.
Lynne JonCicSliss Catherine Le Lesica,
sica, Lesica, Miss Patricia Lindsay,
,John P. McGraw, Miss Dorothea
.F. McNall, Miss Jessie S. Mabel,
Mr. and Mrs. iJames A. Marchuck
and doughter, Miss Meiinds
Marshall, Miss Catherine
Mathews, Miss Barbara J. Mea Meador,,
dor,, Meador,, Mr. and Mrs. M. Monte Monteverde
verde Monteverde and two children, and Mrs.
Carrie Moos.

Alfred Pajkowski, Mr. and Mrs.
Jim J. Pierce, Russell E. Pier Pierson,
son, Pierson, Miss Mafry K. Plaia, Frank
Dean Fiala, Miss Rosa Pompei,
Miss Jo Ann Potter, Donald W.
Ryter, Miss Fair lee G. Skinner,
Miss Carmen M. Smith Miss
Mary L. Smith, Mrs. Gladys E.
Sohier and three children, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl H. Starke and
daughter, Miss Florence Stecker Steckerman,
man, Steckerman, Miss Janet W. Stockham.
Miss Beatrice Stibgen, Donald
B. Tribe, Miss Janet B. Tribe,
Juan Miguel Valdes, Silveri Vi Villarreal
llarreal Villarreal Jr., James W. Watson Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett J. Williams
and George R. Wills.

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WASHINCTON FBI
Director .1,, Edgar Hoover yester yesterday
day yesterday reported an "encourafling
drop" hi robberied and murders
in ilia lat three months of 19511. But
he warned thot the bottle against
crime is far from woo.
Hover noted that the dron in
overall erime was leso signileont
not auite 1 per centin the
sania veriod.

OP .IT -tow m,o.
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annealed to eitiaone !tto non.
time intenaify their enooers
tion enforeemont efficers
in the continuing both" along
the hacciaowl ertrolnol and vicious
(4.1;nmnentp."
The nreliminary figuroa.
morel, to tho ammo naciort lest
weer. ohnwrel mnritara heft gone'
finwil A ner ern. Robbariea
acssaal A TIP, rant ItnA Eon thefts
NI 4 nay cent in the January
Fol,rnarv-Voreb nrrtne
)110 furrow:0.14 ollitellift
11 rent owl forcible
rano coop i nor ront. Main!. her.
oo4 larceny inevessed 1 per
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Armett Forces Writers' League
The Panama Canal Zone chap chapmet
met chapmet of the Armed Forces Writers'
League will meet this evening at
7:30 in the library of the USO-JWB
in Balboa. ,
A new short story largest spons sponsored
ored sponsored by Wasting:on headquarters
of the AFWL will be discussed,
and mar.useript review PM cri criticism
ticism criticism of new poetry and prose
developed by members and visi visitors
tors visitors will be included in the pro program.
gram. program. An members of the armed forc forces,
es, forces, active and reserve. and inter intereste4
este4 intereste4 rtmbers of tha civilian
community are invited to attend.
, --
JWS Sate Class
The weekly bate& class of the
US0-.TWB laalna will tInet
Pverino Pf '7'0. Arthur Mokray is
the instructor.

Tntoritot; Nbrenrit ay Invitd to
toNivt ote rtasseg. at no charge
any Thursday evening.

Ms. fuvoinuft 1..o.4046
Ifeoo,rx of Mf. Caltmong tortme
mtft will enovpo- to imoiflo
to notoloRte and
plo. pour f."1,wart,
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Cost Of Priti.ting
Hikes Newspaper
Prices In U;S.

NEW YORK (UPDTwenty-two
daily newspapers in the United
States increased their prices be between
tween between Feb. 19 and June 8, the
American Newspaper Publishers
Association said Wednesday.
ANPA general manager Cran Cranston
ston Cranston Williams said nine went from
5 cents a copy to 7 cents; two
from to 7 cents; three from 7
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10 cents.

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Ilirst prize winners ni auplica4 Those wishing to participate .,,,..,,,,,,:i44.,,i:::, -;,::::::.: .,1
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' bridge games 'played Tuesomy eve- should telephone reservations te. ::. :';,,,,,.,:;:::::::::,..,',,,,,,. .,.i0
- hing at the USO-JWB --Armed Mrs. Along Logue, 3-5390 or 2: ,,,.-. : ',,.. ,,,-
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Other winners were Rene Wolf and ,,-'-',...,- ., , ,..,,,:a ,.. ,......, f,. ,. ,,.
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' r. Hodgson, second prize..., Mrs. Zeniansh-Oraduatat t,
li,: Ji'a','', ,,,,40.'':...V;ii,MiiMA: N
Murray per and Mrs. Carlos At Pier? Toasts S a ith -,,i. ,i,:vii,.':h,:.-.',:AKee.-,:!,':,i,,,i1:::' -..."'.'," ,i.,
Zetenko, d prize; Mrs. Rent Among sen ors w o received .'. -V. :::;:.:,:,,,:,N:4:;:, --,- 2.
Wolf and Julio David. fourth prize. bachelor degrees at North Texas iik. ::i:', '''"":100;;;.7'eti.4:. 1
Z.:Duplicate bridge is played each State' College, Denton, Texas, last ft ,,:1,1, ,:.,,,,,;:;.,...tko,i,:o ,..: ;ii,;:
7uesday evening at the- JWB. month were Sally Catherine Estes i':1:: :' .,,,,,,,,,,,,;:,-,:i:p, i '.U:4
servicemen, their families and the of Balboa and Ernest Lee Cotton ,,,,,?....,,!,,, 4,,,,,,,,,,- :U:4
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general public are invited to at- of Cristobal. ',..,,,,,.!,,1 .,..:1..::?.... ..:. '.:,'',4
tend. 'Mrs., Estes, daughter of Mrs. sti.4.1.,: ,z :,,:::,i,a !Ai
, Katheryne D. Ackerman of Bat, ,,f;.,, 0.7'1iii! 14:5:-
Nivel Officers Wives boa, received a bachelor of science 01:0:. ..,0:iett',',....,:,',140': 040:!
' Members of the Naval Officers degree in education.- 'kiiiliKNI,i4i,:,,InInfl:RiM
Wives Club will meet next Tues. Cotton,' sOn of Mr. and Mrs. Er- r' 4:14,ii,Wen:t.:,':;W,4,
, day for a tour of the Pain Seco nest L. Cotton -of Cristobel. re- iiW:,,t0.:,!0,04P,Op,Aliwr.,-H.
' leprosarium and luncheon at tna eeived a bachelor of arts degree LACAL,..:.,t;:till:.:2171:::J,,
P'ort Kobbe Officers Club. in journalism., He is a member of i
Reservations should be made Signia Delta Chi. national profes profes'with
'with profes'with Mrs. Fran Canaday, Navy sional joornalism 'fraternity. TOP MARINE SENTRY Named
8595. Marine "Sentry of the Month" for
Chinese Viemenss Lesoua
'Couillrylear Finds standing his post in a "prompt,
courteous and efficient manner,"
, Tr Swinger Canal Trite Cpl. Michael J. Milten was cited
ii a at a meritorious mast. The Bre BreThe
The BreThe Chinese Women's League of
Panama has announced plans to City Lite Deathly m e r t o n, Wash.-born leather
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sponsor it partial transit of the neck, a veteran of five years of
- Paname 'Canal July 1. BALTIMORE (UPI) An la,. service, is a guard NCO it the
Member! will board a ship at ouisitive black bear tried city Rodman Naval Station.
life, today. it was tracked down
by police and, dogs, rammed by
Jefferson Prirati a squad car and shot to death.
The bear was believed to be Able, -.:,--sIL
By Gilbert Stuart the Saille one which had intruded
into the city limits of nearby P111101710 L no
Washington recently. Collings
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Proves Two-ln-One
, t About 100 Baltimore police in
40 squad cars, along with dogs
, of the police K-9 Corps, were
, used in the early morning pursuit Lester A. Fergoson, Supply and
NEW YORK (UPII The only Community Service director, is
through city streets.
two life portraits of Thomas Jef- among the passengers arriving
The bear was first spotted Toes Toesferson
ferson Toesferson painted ,by Gilbert Stuart, in Cristobal t o d a y from New
day night, in the old Mount Au Aumissing
missing Aumissing for more than 100 years, York aboard the Panama liaer
burn cemetery. A policeman fired
have been found on the same "Cristobal. He is aceompanied by
three shots from his revolver but
'canvas. his wife and daughter.
apparently missed. He called in
One of the most fantastic stor- A number of college students
n o I i c e reinforcements and the
ies in American art history was returning to the Canal Zone foil
dogs, but the bear made a mo
revealed today by portrait artist the summer vacation also are
mentary escape bydscaling a Aix AixOrland
Orland AixOrland Campbell who found the listed as passengers aboard the
foot wire fence an disappearing
precious double painting in a Low- ,,, ship. Among them is Miss Jo Ann
into a wows. Potter, daughter of Gov. and
i er East Side art shop. He and his The quarry was seen next about
brother, Courtney Camnbell, have Mrs. W. E. Potter.
, 12:30 a m in a schoolyard. a half
, spent seven years quietly authenti- The complete incoming pas pashour
hour pashour la'ter on South Pace Street
eating the canvas. senger list follows:
anci still later in a churchyard.
. Some authorities who already Th be r' final stand came
have seen the powerful Jefferson Miss L. Rebecca Abell...Arthur
likeness rank it with ..Stuart'S grouped 4:111..nal .iwhen It was spot- A. Albright, Kell- ,II., Arosemana,
ted Ambling down Lombard Street
famed portrait of 'George Wash- Dr. and Mrs. Jaime Benavides
in, downtown Baltimore.
ington. The Jefferson original was and children, Mr. and Mrs. Phi PhiPolice
Police PhiPolice some of them armed 'Bp Carsen and son, Mr. and
previously known only by four
with high-powered biles closed Mrs. Miguel Corco Jr., M 1 g u el
conies made by Stuart in his old i'
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age. Corco, Miss Mara I. Cornelius,
"This painting has a quality that ,
Theiceftigrlytivret was rammed by jay Arthur Cunningham, Mrs.
Is quite,'; Unique." said Orlend ll Pvl. i three times in an Catherine Dens, Miss Y a b it I
, hi effort eto.14-browt-theitichase to a
Campbell.' he hat restored:. t ,,,--,, Au,1 ,i Diaz, Miss ,Marie M. Eberenz,
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age worn canvas to Its near tirtz- ,, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Elias and
It didn't seem to bother him." four children, Miss Elizabeth
big beauty. "Somehowthe earlier p oli,. tt., John 'Barron reported.
Paintine. underneath givee it At 4.,,, ". Esser, Mt. And Mrs. Lester A.
ills got up and shook hi
foundation and richness'Ahat the '"-e .m: Ferguson and daughter, M 1 s 1
self at though, nothing much naa
later conies lad." .r, Emma Gonnerman, Mr. and Mrs.
. happened."
The Campbells will ',take. the John B. ,Gray, and Rev. and
The tear scaom' pderld-thoro h a
' 'Seffersbn4ortrait Ia.-Amherst Cob- b Mra, Henry, A.-..Goatittit,en,,Jr. aed
. ---7:lege for a public unveiling' Friday,, .ael,- A, fJeY. er tin be. Fragnklin,
conare:,Hospital.,andlinally was, two children.,
..,,The painting together..,- with Or- killed by-five or six 'Shots.
' land ';,Callipbell's on t!re-recreation ,,,,--1 Miss Florence Elaine Hagner,
11- v6 shots from one natrolman Miss Elizabeth P. Hagner, Wil
of tile-earlier Stuart Jefferson did 't finish him off Barron re rewhich
which rewhich lies beneath the surface, liam T. Halvosa, III, Miss Car Car;Will
;Will Car;Will be on display there through pornted. "but another' roan.leaned men Hernandez, Miss Diane M.
. June 30. over and put a bullet in his head
and that did it." Jacobs, Arthor, F. Jones, Mtsa M.
Lynne Jone,--liliss Catherine Le Le,
, Le, The outer .portrait, painted in
Washingtion in 1805 when Jeffer- , sica, Miss Patricia Lindsay,
son was president. is an arresting REDS VISIT AUSTRIA John P. McGraw, Miss Dorothea
three quarter portrait bust in F. McNall, Miss Jessie S. Mabel,
Mr. and Mrs. ,James A. Marchuck
Stilart'm finest style. MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet &-
Campbell's expert recreation of fense Minister Marshal Rodion Y. and doughter, Miss Meiinda
Marshall, Miss C a t h e r i n e
. the underpainting shows a young- Malinovsky, just back from a visit
of Mathews, Miss Barbara J. Mea Mea'
' Mea' er, less care-worn. Jefferson. The to Hungary.,will lead a grouo
57-year-old statesman was vice Soviet officers on' a friendship dor,, Mr. and Mrs. M. Monte Monteverde
verde Monteverde and two children, and Mrs.
president when he sat for t h i visit to Austria this month, the
re Carrie Moss.
likeness in Stuart's Philadelphia official news agency Tass
studio in 1800. ported. Alfred Pajkowski, Mr. and Mrs.
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' Jim J. Pierce, Russell E. Pier Pierson,
son, Pierson, Miss Marry K. Plaia, Frank
Dean Fiala, Miss Rosa Pompei,
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' 8 Miss Jo Ann Potter, Donald W.
Ryter, Miss Fairlee G. Skinner,
, This Week's -Special Miss Carmen M. Smith Miss
Mary L. Smith, Mrs. Gladys E.
Sohier arid three children, Mr.
. ttnd Mrs. Carl H. Starke and
lusa 1.40 EarrAE::)z daughter, Miss Florence Stecker Stecker,
, Stecker, V man, Miss Janet W. Stockham,
' '' ''' . Miss Beatrice Stibgen, Donald
i B. Tribe, Miss Janet B. Tribe,
. FOR GIFTS, for your Home Juan Miguel Valdes, Silveri Vi ViIlarreal
Ilarreal ViIlarreal Jr., James W. Watson Jr.
. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett J. Williams
A Beautiful assortment to choose from and George R. Wills.
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Prices Run From 1.98 to 1.98 EASY WAY TO KILL
. ROACHES AND ANTS
COME TO
Selene recommend that you eon eon,
, eon, trot roaches and ants tho modern
MORRISON'S way -- with Johnston's NO-ROACIL
,, 4th of Italy Avenue and "J" Street Brushed. just where you went tt, the
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CASA ZALDO solarises toating kill' these posh'.
It's effective tor months. sanitary,
Near Santa Ana Plaza
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- cAsA ZALDO de Calidonia $1.111. Got NO-ft0ACII at Bella Vista
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7:30 in the library of the USO-JWB
daily newspapers in the United Of The New ,,,4 1 ,11
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States increased their prices be beers
ers beers of Irides .'., Pedro Miguel locks at 4.30 p.m. ? :-i-,' '. :::: :ii: ,,,::,':7:".'
tween Feb. 19 and June 8, the "MUSICAL BAR" ".--i,:'-'! :'-:'.!
ens Announesd '- -fc '-,1-- and will continue to Gamboa. They '1',. 1 ,.......;,,,4:,:i,;,-,;,::::,:,,,:::;:,;.; .. ,
:,, WASHINGTON (UPIy---r' FBI ored by Wastinr.on headquarters
and birs.,,tioim Scott -were are invited to bring their families. ;, -i,:i,,::::,:,:,::I:i,i,Ngi:AIViig,,:,::,
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Association said Wednesday. ,
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er ut au licit. 'rhos. wishing to participate :-:t.;;;;!;::;;;;f:,::::::::::::::',"::: -:,: ,, J. Directo g ,, . American Newspaper Publishers --
e games 'played Tuesoay eve- shotdd telephone reservations ta. ',--.;,...
'''.::.:';',;.;41'",''','Fezk : '' :3 day reported an encourvang and mar.useript review Pnd cri- MIRIAM '
at the USO-JWB --Armed Mrs. Alonso Luque, 3-5390 or 2- ; & -,-..-- .,,' ,- ft'''. '',... drop' hi robberied and murders ticism of new poetry and prose JUNE I JUNE '-' r ,,' I
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he warned thot the battle against tors will be included in the pro- ANPA general manager Cran- 11 ,,,
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,: :!, :1:::,,::.:,,,,,,,,.::::::,,,,4, A., gram 5 cents a copy to 7 cents; two .-
aY Kullper and Mrs.-Carlos At North Texas State ,',:.: --;::-':i;,;;:: ,:i:.:::::::. -:&:::::,.,:::::-,:,::,4,: :::: .: HoPver noted that the dron in from 6 to 7 cents; three from 7
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ko, foreko, d prize; Mrs. Rene Among sen ors w o to 3 cents and eight from 7 to 4
and Julio David. fourth prize. bachelor degrees at North Texas k: -.::.;
,:::' :::i4- ::'::::'-'';"''' : :Ht'i::: : :::::1 --not ouite 1 per centin the es, active and reserve. and inter inter,
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plicate iiplicate bridge is played each State' College, Denton, Texas, last ?,i,,,,,,,,,:i. ,:;:!,:;;::, .,,,,,,,,f1,:::-,:::,:.., .: :
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day evening at the- JWB. month were Sally Catherine Estes ,p,;:,: .. ,,...;:.::Z,;.:41:iy : --- Williams said the newspapers Redd Our Classt ted&,o. H',
f Balboa and Ernest Lee Cotton 0:Ai ":,4::::::::::': :,:ii4 timie PIO intenslfy their conners. attributed the price hikes to in- ,''
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Marine "Sentry of the Month" for tut ofterrovotort o4,1t I-4. stenoorR et m, ntvmitno tort,fe I Is( 7008 8 ijillivi rig
standing his post in a "prompt, -s is nay ern owl enreible Roo wilt ennven, In emie.1.1 eeein, 13 L ,' ':', ;
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courteous and efficient manner," vino vim I nor cont. Maine ttnr ,,,,,",,"(or e,--,1,14 to nominote and -il II.
Cpl. Michtel J. Milten was cited 01-,-v on4 toeceny increaxed 1 per pia. row fet,",waro
at a meritorious mast. The Bre- coin.. Fri4,4 4.4,...444-- ,,,411 1-.4. 1,..trt .4t a r , l',
m e r t o n, Wash.-born leather The rPT lig
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,'?6tIcl,i Colarif'i-foilr iloiiiet's 1(nd.lt

'Second In Modern History
To Hit 4 Consecutives HRs
'During A Single Contest

11

B yMILTON RICHMAN

NEW YORK, June 11 (UPI) They say "don't
knock the Rock" in Cleveland, and you can bet your
bottom dollar they'll never do it again in Baltimore.

ABaltimore fan tried it last lowed a
night ,and Rocky Colavito of the and Hov
Indians responded by slamming ble for
foully home runs in succession to ord now
beat the Orioles, 11-8, and knock Detroi
them out of a tie for first place it came
In the AMeriCan League. seventh.
th nspilled beer on him from the Elaine (
-fan needled Colavito and then hoi
ri i field bleachers in the fourth the win
r
Ing. hit of II
That made me mad," said the Ike Di
us ally easy-going Cleveland out- and Gat
fi der.
I Tom Al(
timed, in fact, that the 25-year- Mike Fi
ol. Colavito proceeded to become Willie
th second man in modern major runs for
includin
le gue history to hit four homers
in cpnaecutive times up during a Orlando
si g4.,,,game.
I the Pirm
olisGehrig of the Yankees did more rt
if iti 1932 and before the modern 14th hen
ore, Bobby Lowe of the Boron
Nationals accomplished the feat Sam
in 1894. All told, eight players victory
gie bail hin
have hit four hortiers in a sin
time with Joe Adcock of the lied for
raves' the last previous man to George
drroit in 1954. list, dr
lavito drove in six runs in game w
b nging his season home run to- Bill WI
tal to 18. He drew a walk in the ed his ;
first inning, then belted his first hits anl
brier of the game with one on in a fir
o loser Jerry Wallser in the third. against
Ibis next two homers came off Ar- MeDanil
niO Portocarrero,. one
inning a
with the Pitcher
bases empty in the fifth and the
other with one on in the sixth. His rest of
fotirth homer came at the expense Hank
of Ernie Johnson with the bases each In
eryty in the ninth. that wa
Rush ft
When he went out to his right
field position in the bottom of the loss ag;
ninth, Colavito reports the same
fan who spilled the beer on him Gene
was now cheering him. en the
Minnie Minos and Billy Martin tilsm t
al o homered for the Indians as his thii
G ry Bell gained' his fifth victory
I
Phils i
w h an assist from Mike Garcia. Phis P
The White Sox took over undls- and al
puted possession of first place by for bot
defeating the Senators, 4-1 the McDev
Yankees scored their llth victo victory
ry victory in 13 games by beating the Ath- Home
letics, 6-4, and the Tigers remain- and Fr,
four-for
in a fourth-place tie with the
Y nits by out-lasting the Red Sox its vie
1
1 9. Purkey,
. 'TNGiants climbed to within Cubs in
, a game of tho National Leigua four hit
hoed with an 11-7 decision over With a
the Pirates; the Cardinals toppsd eighth.
the Braves, 5-2. the Phillies nip Orlan
ped the Dodgers, 2-1, and the was raf
s clipped the Cubs, 6-4.
. lor hon.
Banks i
iltairly Wynn pitched a fivetit
ter' and struck out seven Washing- was crt
seventh
ton batters in registering his IT whill
eighth victory against four defeats
for Chicago. The White Sox gave --
bins all the margin he needed by
sling two runs off Hal Woode- PLAYE
st. k in the first inning. A hit oats oatsion,
ion, oatsion, Al Smith's triple and an er- MON'.
rot by catcher Hal Naragon did Bliaugh
the trick. League
Elston Howard's two-run double falo th
sparked a four-run seventh-inning gan VC
rally that gave the Yankees their Zientan
t mph over the A's. Winner Art dispute
Di mar and loser Bud Daley were lielmo i
t at 2-2 in the seventh when the gan pu!
;
anks loaded the bases. A passed mo twi
ball by catcher Frank House al-gument.

lowed the tie-breaking run to score
and Howard followed with his dou double
ble double for two more. Ditmar's rec record
ord record now is 4-4 and Daley's 5-4.
Detroit trailed Boston, 6-3, until
it came up with five runs in the
seventh. Rookie Larry Osborne
then homered in the eighth and NI
Klaine drove in what proved to be
the winning run with his fourth
hit of the game.
Ike De lock, the Red Sox starter,
and Gary Geiger also hit homers.
Tom Morgan was the winner and
Mike Fornieles the loser.
Willie Kirkland drove in three
runs for the Giants on three hits,
including his eighth homer, and
Orlando Cepeda also helped sink
the Pirates by accounting for two
more runs with a single and his
14th homer.

Sam Jones notched his seventh
victory although Stu Miller had to
bail him out when Pittsburgh ral rallied
lied rallied for five runs in the seventh.
George Witt, fresh. off the disabled
list, dropped his fifth straight
game without a win.
Bill White of the Cardinals boost boosted
ed boosted his average to .342 with three
hits and Lindy McDaniel turned
in a fine piece of relief pitching
against the league-leading-Braves.
McDaniel took, over for',4Inning
pitcher Alex Kellner in the sixth
inning and blanked the Braves the
rest of the way.
Hank Aaron and Del Crandall
each homered for Milwaukee but
that wasn't enough to keep Bob
Rush from suffering his second
loss against four victories.

Gene Conley, who hadn't beat.
en the Dodgers since 1957, held
them to four hits and picked up
his third triumph in pitching the
Phi Is to their victory. Philadel.
phis put logther three singles
and an error by Charles Neal
for both its runs off loser Danny
McDevitt in the fifth inning.
Rome runs by Roy McMillan
and Frank Robinson, who wen!
four-for-four, paced Cincinnati to
its victoryA smeth ghicagn, Bob
Purkey, whohadn't beaten the
Cubs in two seasons, yielded only
four hits before leaving the game
with a blister on his finger in the
eighth.
Orlando Pella finished and
was rapped for a homer by Ernie
Banks in. the ninth:' Sammy'
homered for the Cubs. Purkey
was credited with his sixth victo victory
ry victory while Glenn Robbie suffered his
seventh setback.

PLAYER, COACH FINED
,
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3haughnessy, Inter n a t lona 1
League president, has fined Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo third baseman Bobby Mor Morgan
gan Morgan WO and Bison coach Benny
Zientara $25 for taking part in a
dispute with umpire Augie Gug Guglielmo
lielmo Guglielmo in Miami last Frida. 'Mor 'Morgan
gan 'Morgan pushed Zientara into Gugliel Guglielmo
mo Guglielmo twice during the heated ar

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(Band on IR official at bats)
- National League
AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 54 221 42 92 .416
Burgess, Pit. 47 159 20 55 .346
Cepeda, S.F. 55 221 44 76 .344
White, St. L. 47 158 24 54 .342
Mays, S.F. 54 217 48 71 .327
Pinson, Cin. 55 228 47 74 .325
Temple, Ctn. 55 216 42 70 .324
Bouchee, Phil. 51 188 29 60 .319
Cimoli, St. L. 52 210 33 66 .314
Logan, Mil. 49 166 21 52 .313

American League

Kuenn, Det.
Kahne, Det.
Runnels, Bos.
Fox, Chic.
Wood ling, Balt.
Lopez, N.Y.
Mantle, N.Y.
Bridges, Det.
Allison, Wash.

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LEADING
HITTERS

46 180 27 63 .350
5.3 211 29 72 .341
53 208 33 70 .337
54 221 31 74 .335
49 156 21 52 .333
48 183 32 57 .311
45 170 i7 52 .306
53 189 10 57 .302
54 214 35 64 .299

Rurts Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUIE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
Pinson, Reds

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebew. Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Lopez, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
-
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
, Allison, Senators
1 Triandos, Orioles
! Lemon, Senators

58
53
51
50
45

42
40
38

38
37

20
16
15
15
14

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves 20
Aaron, Braves 16
Robinson, Reds 15
Banks, Cubs 15
Cepeda, Giants 14

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18
14
13
13

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet
'ate, Pirates 8 0 1.000
;Iston, Cubs 4 1 .800
tizell, Cards 7 2 .778
'odres, Dodgers 6 2 .750
,ntonelli, Giants 8 3 .727

Fate, Pirates
Elston, Cubs
Mizell, Cards
Podres, Dodgers
Antonelli, Giants

AMERICAN
Wilhelm, Orioles
Larsen, Yankees
Fischer, Senators
Shaw, White Sox
Pappas, Orioles

LEAGUE
9 0 1.000
5 1 .833
5 1 .833
, 5 2 .714
5 2 .714

Bunker's Relief
Hurling Maintains
Buffalo's IL Lead

NEW YORK, June 11 (UPI)
Dick Bunker is rapidly becoming
the relif pitcher Buffalo calls on
to put out the fire.
Bunker pitchd scoreless ball
from the third inning on to give
the Bisons a 9-4 win over Colum Columbus
bus Columbus last night and keep Buffalo's
game amd a half first place lead
intact in t b leternational
League.
Buffalo gave Bunker good hit hitting
ting hitting support as the Bisons scored
four runs in the fifth inning to
take a 5-4 lead and the game. It
was the reliefer's fifth win in six
decisions.

Richmond, .stymied motnentari motnentarily
ly motnentarily after a nine-game winning
streak, got on the right track
again with a 7-1 verdict over the
Rochester Red Wings. Bob Wies Wiesler
ler Wiesler went all the way to collect his
eighth win.
Toronto and Miami split in the
only other scheduled games. The
Leafs taking Me opener, 12-5, and
the Marlins retttrning in tbe night nightcep
cep nightcep for a 3-1 victory. A Neven-run
outburst in the first inning of the
tiret game provided Toronto with
its victory margin.

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WORLD FISHING CHAMPS MEETCWO Wilmer Robinson.
Headquarters, Caribbean Air Command Inspector Coordinator
(left), explains to ol. C. J. Tippett the unique manner in which
the 25 and 34 pound Tarpons in the background took his lure.
Col. Tippett, a USAF reservist assigned to CAlrC for a two-week
active duty training period, holds the world record catch for
Rooster fish on 15 thread line and the Cabo Blanco Club (of
Lima, Peru) records for black marlin and big eye tuna. Robin Robinson
son Robinson holds the world record for Tarpon on 8 pound test mono monofilament
filament monofilament line with a 31 pound fighter taken on a glass spinning
rod from the Chagres River in March. Tippett who received his
promotion to Colonel on May 3, participated in last year's first
International Challenge Cup Fishing Tournament in Peru and
walked away with first place honors. Col. Tippett is the South
American representative for the International Civilian Aviation
Organization, an agency of the United Nations.
(Official USAF Photo)

Albrook Eliminates Kobbe's
D Company In Cage Tourney

Two more games were piayed
in the PAF Basketball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Fort Kobbe last night
which featured between the
1978th AACS, Albrook AFB and
Company D, last Battle Group,
Fort Kobbe and in the NeOnd
914MC the 5700th Air Base Group,
Albrook AFB versus the 534th MP
Company of Fort Clayton.
The first gimeAtof the,evenitigla
double header saw' Fort Kobbe's
last chance to place among the
winners go out the window as the

Manuel Ycaza
Rides Dunce In
Belmont Stakes

NEW YORK (UPI) The ad addition
dition addition of Claiborne Farm's Dunce
today raised the probable start starting
ing starting field to seven for Saturday's
$125,00 Belmont Stakes, last leg
of horse racing's Triple Crown.
Dance earned a shot at the
third jewel by scoring a two and
one-half length victory in Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's feature at Belmont Park.
In addition to Dunce, the field
for Saturday's mile and a half
classic will probably include
Brookmeade Stab' e's Sword
Dancer, King Ranch's Black
Hills, Mrs. Halina Braunstein's
Royal Orbit, Emil Dolce's Manes Manessa
sa Manessa Mauler, Pit& Frelinghuy Frelinghuysens's
sens's Frelinghuysens's Lake Erie, a-nd Howard B.
Heck's Bagdad.
Dunce, who finished seventh in
the Kentucky Derby and third in
the Preakness, will be piloted by
Manuel Ycaza in the Belmont.
Willie Shoemaker will ride Sword
Dancer; Willie Harmatz will han handle
dle handle Royal Orbit; Eddie Arcaro
will be aboard Black Hills; Bob Bobby
by Bobby Ussery on Bagdad; and Ray
Broussard on Maness& Mauler.
No boy has been named for Lake
Erie.
If all seven start, the Belmont
will be worth $143,500. The win-,
ner gains a net purse of $92,225,
unless Mansassa Mauler captures
the race.

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1978th AACS turned back the Infantry-men
by a final score of 57-
56, eliminating D Company from
the tourney.
After taking a halftime lead of
28-26, D Company spread it to 43
39 after three quarters. Hard
fought basketball continued in the
fourth period with the AACS gain gaining
ing gaining the upper hand and pulling
away in the lost two minutes of
play to wrap it up.'
D Company lost great chance
to win the game with only sec seconds
onds seconds to go when Rob Palmer
drove ill under the basket all alone
for a layup only to slip on the
perspiration soaked floor. The
shot went astray as the final horn
so unded.

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Al West led the scoring parade
for Albrook, dropping in 20 points
followed by the consistent Bill
Agan, who had 14. Bob Palmer
evened West's performance by
totaling 20 mid teammate John
Phyllis contributed 10 for D Co.
The 534th MP Company of Fort
Clayton suffered their first loss of
the tournament while taking a 74-
55 trouncing from the 5700th Air
Base Group of Albrook
The big blow come for the MPs
in the second period when they on only
ly only managed to score three points
to 15 for the airmen. The 5700th
had the gap close on them in the
third period though as they were
outscored 20-10 by the hustling
MPs to bring the score to 45-49.
With five minutes left to go the
5700th opened up with a fast break
that completely outmaneuvered
the MN causeing them to be corn cornclear
clear cornclear about 200 of them from the
Lennie Stephenson was once a again
gain again the high point man, for Al Albrook,
brook, Albrook, scoring 31 pointS. All of
Lennie Stephenson was once a aStephenson's
Stephenson's aStephenson's teammates managed
to hit the double fieures as Jerry
Patrie got 13 and Jim Kern, Tom
Baker and Gene Wortherly all col collected
lected collected 10. Stan Christian led the
losers with 23 tallies and Frank
McGovern kicked in with 14.

Five teams remain from the ori original
ginal original twelve entries in the tourney
four of which will see action to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at the Fort Kobbe
Gym in games beginning at 6:30
and o'clock.

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HOUSTON, Tex. (UPIIHeavy (UPIIHeavyweight
weight (UPIIHeavyweight Roy Harris, the tormer
backwoods Texas schoolteacher,
left for active duty with Cne Unit United
ed United States Army today still savor savoring
ing savoring ,his unanimous decision over
Charley Powell.
Harris feels his lop-sided vic victory
tory victory over Powell, a former pro professional
fessional professional football player with the
San Francisco '49ers, puts him in
line for another shot at the heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title.
Champion Floyd Patterson, who
is set to defend his crown against
Ingemar Johnasson of Sweden
June 25, is the only fighter that
holds a victory over Harris in his
professional career.
Harris left today for two weeks
at summer camp, as part of his
duties as a second lieutenant in
the Army Reserve.
Tuesday night, the 195-round
Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., slugger used
his left hand to carve up the for former
mer former professional defensive end
from San Diego, Calif., in 10
rounds.

He battered the 212epound Po Powell
well Powell with rapier-like left jabs and
hooks and opened a bad cut be beneath
neath beneath Powell's right eye midway
in the bout. The cut kept bleeding
the rest of the way.
At the end of the fight, Powell's
right eye was completely shut,
and he could barely see with his
left.
The defeat was a major set setback
back setback for Powell, who appeared on
his way up the ladder toward the
heavyweight title after six
victories, including a spectacular
win on a nationally televised fight
with Nino Valdez last' March.
Patterson said Harris was the
best man he had ever faced in
the ring.
"Big' Henry Harris Sr., the
fighter's father who co-manages
Harris with Lou Viscusi, said he
considers his son "ready for Pat Patterson
terson Patterson or anyone else right now."

Sugar Hart
Easily Whips
Isaac Logart

CHICAGO, June 31 (UPI)
Winning Garnet (Sugar) Hart and
loser Isaac Logart today agreed
that Virgil Akins hits harder than
they do.
Hart, rangy Philadelphia
welterwight, put a little glitter
on his No. 1 rankings by baeting
the 10th-ranked Cuban for a un unanimous
animous unanimous decision ;list night at
tho Chicago Stadium.
Hart, ranked one notch higher
than Akins by the Nat. Boxing As Assocation
socation Assocation and one notch lower by
Ring Magazine, finished unmark unmarked
ed unmarked in contrast to the fading Lo Logart,
gart, Logart, who required stitches for a
two-inch gash over his right eye
and a smaller cut on his lip
"It was one of my easier fights,"
said Hart, who has had 33 among
the pros, winning 28 and losing
three, including a knockout by
Akins.
Imgairt suprised me by not
fighting his usual stand-up sWe."
Hart said. "He takes a good punch
and he hit me a few times. But
he doesn't punch hard. Akins
punches much harder."
Hart said he might have done
better if he fought more otten,
every six weeks instead of every
six months" as he has been doiufZ
A hand injury kept him inactive
for half of last year, he said.
Logart, battered and puffy, said
he "supposed he'd lose his No. 10
ranking,' last among the 'name
welterweight, but he declined to
give Hart any credit as a puncher.
Logan, who also is numbered
among Akins' ring victims, Ra!d
Hart "hits pretty hard, but noth nothing
ing nothing like Akins."
Logart was given the fourth

Margarita sGym
Summer Program
Registration Friday

Due to painting the Margarita
Gymnasium Summer Program has
been delayed in getting started.
Registration will be taken for all
Margarita Playground Activities on
Friday, June 12t between the hours
of 8 and 5.
In order to participate in any
gym activity child must hat e
reached the age of 512 years.'
Organized games will be con conducted
ducted conducted for younger children with
classes for B and I Badgss in
Swimming.

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Archery for boys and girls ages
3 to 18.
Basketball for boysA,B,C,D,E
Leagues. There will be Junior
Basketball on Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday nights for High School boys
and returning College Students.
There will be ping pong, ten tennis,
nis, tennis, volleyball and badminton.
This program is sponsored by
the Schools Division and there is
no charge required.
AR interested must register some sometime
time sometime Friday between the hours of
8 and 5.

National Leagul

TEAMS W L
Milwaukse 32 22
San Francisco 32 24
Los Angeles 29 27
Chicago 29 27
Piftsburgh 28 28
Cincinnati 26 29
St. Louis 22 31
Philadelphia 21 31

Pct.
.593
.571 1
.518 4
.518 4
.500 5
.473 litS
.415 'Pi
.404 10

Today's Games
Milwaukee at St. Louis
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Pittsburga
Cincinnati at Chicago
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 000 100 000-1 4 1
Philadelphia 000 020 00x-2 7 1
McDevitt (3-6), Labine and Rose Roseboro.
boro. Roseboro. Conley (3-3) and Thomas.

0

Cincinnati 002 200 011-6 11 0
Chicago 000 020 002-4 6 1
Purkey (6-7), Pella and Bailey.
Robbie (6-6), Singleton, Drott
and S. Taylor.
(Night Game)
San Francisco 124 201 010-1119 0
Pittsburgh 100 010 500-7 10 1
S. Jones (7-5), Miller and band bandrith,
rith, bandrith, Schmidt.
Witt (0-5), Daniels, Blackburn,
Smith, Jackson, Face and Kravitz.

(Night Gam)
Milwaukee 110 000 000-2 8 1
St. Louis 000 030 20x-5 9 0
Rush (4-2), McMahon and Cran Crandall.
dall. Crandall. Kellner (2-1), McDaniel and H.
Smith.

TEAMS
Chicago
Baltimore
Clove land
New York
Detroit
Kansas City
Washington
Boston

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American League -,,,
w Pct. Git,t
ago 38 24 .556
imoro 29 15 ,..537 am,
viand 27 24 .529 VA
York 26 25 ..510 21art
it 27 26 .508 ri8 vi
oils City 24 26 -.480 4--
hington 24 30 .444 6,
ton 23 30 -..432

Today's Games

toy AS
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
Chicago at Washington (N)
Kansas City at New York
Detroit at Boston

, Yesterday'sResplts
(Night Game)
Chicago 201 000 100-4 10,-0
Washington 000 100 000-1 5 1,4.
Wynn (8-4) and Battey:
Woodeshick (0-1), Romonikywq
Griggs and Naragon.

Kansas City 000 MO 120-4 9 .1,4
New York 001 001 400-6 11-'71:
Daley (5-4), German and flettm,
Chiti.
Ditmar (4-4), Bronstad and 110,Vo.t,
Lard. 't:'
Detroit 010 002 520-10 12-11:
Boston 211 020 021-9 la e3,-
Foytack, Morgan (1-1.), Schui,(4.:
Sisler and Berberet.-
Delock, Fornielei (0-1), K e
Wall, Monbouquette and Daley,,m
',op
(Night Game)
Cleveland 312 013 001-11 ta..
Baltimore 120 000 401-8 12,J,
Bell (5-5), Garcia, and Brown.-
Baltimore: Walker (4-2), Port.OA:e
carrero, Zuverink, Johnson and,,,,
Triandos. ,,,

Seventh International

Marlin And Sailfish

1-;, r.t11: 4.t

Tourney July 1-Aug.

0

The VII International Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament will take place
in the Republic of Panama from
July 1, August 2, sponsored by the
Panama ourist Commission, the
Panama Rod and Reel 'Club, Me
Panama Marlin Club and the Club
de Yates y ,Pesca. ,,,,
Game fishermen from all toum
tries are inVited to participate as
individuals, since there is no team
competition. Each year between
300 and 400 rod' and reel enthu enthusiasts
siasts enthusiasts enter Panama's tournament.
Fishing area includes all the
waters of the Isthmus of Panama.
For one entry fee a sports 'fisher 'fisherman
man 'fisherman may enjoy a fishing, junket,
trying his luck for billfish in both
Atlantic and Pacific oceans, as
well as fighting the wary tarpon
in picturesque Panama rivers.
There will be thirty seven prizes

round by referee Walt Bright,
more after Hart was charged
with landing tbelte blows below
the belt.
'Things changed-for me atter
that," Logart said. "After the sec second
ond second one hit me, doubled over and
Hart opened that ,cut over my
eye."
Logart, who once enjoyed the
top rank among the 147-pounders,
said he has no "immediate
plans," but added he has grven
no thought to retirement either.
He weighed 149 pounds to Hart's
147.

7ft,

",,c1
;-'410 40
1.!"

for marlin, sailfish, dolphin, tarwa
pon, tuna, wahoo and amberjark.--
Special awards for catches' .nade
from outboard motorboatis Its well
as with spinning outlits,Jore inno innovations
vations innovations in this contest. Tbirty
small boats of the outboAfrd class
wilk,go,yout tcr deer 'se fisaing
grounds to participate.
,1
Sports fishermen the world ov over
er over know Panama for its abund abundance
ance abundance and large size of game fish.
Thirteen world records are pre presently
sently presently held by Panama, and rare rarely
ly rarely does a year pats without An Another
other Another record broken there.

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HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI)-Heavy- s , s-'s ,, ..:., ,,' .,,
,ii,,i- Mays, S.F. 54 217 48 71 .327 Is': ,.:.:;.4414a.44',4'
,(14.'''..'. sts ... weight Roy Harris, the tormer ., .,.
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55 216 42 70 .324 rs::': ::siM:::i1:M,,,n0..g,
Temple, Cm ,).:;':14AiikN:i., left for active duty with ate Uni.t-
:''' knock the Rock" in Cleveland, and you can bet your Bouchee, Phil. 51 188 29 60 .319 '::,-,1'-', :., ::kiMliWs'E''''''''"
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'''''. bott dollar they'll never do it again in Baltimore. cimoli, st. L. 52 210 33 66 .314 s. 4,:.:., .'Nfasia:g.4,,,.i:..:,.,..:,,:
.i. OM ,.:-4:..i:i.,s,q::;ss,:.:,..f...s
ti''. ing ,his unanimous decision over
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Logan, Mil. 49 166 21 52 .313 1.,,;'-:i .:. SKsssss,,,,,s,,ss,.::.s.,,z.:s:-,,, .t.
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, 30 24 .556 ---:;:s
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, 29 27 .518 4 New York 27 24 .529 VA
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'''' beat the Orioles, 11-8, and knock Detroit trailed Boston, 6-3, until
Keine, Det. 53 211 29 72 .341 :,::-'::':. - s:isIt
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,s them out of a tie for first place it came up with five runs in the Runnels, Bos. 53 208 33 70 .337 -: .4 -, ..:..s .:.s,.:,, -,,. :..:.;.,:.,,,.,. ---.7::s.:,,,,0:. s... e -...:;,.;.:.:::,,, t weight title. 73 61,8 Kansas City 24 26 s .480 4- -..-
seventh. Rookie Larry Osoorne St. Louis
1 In the AMeriean League. Fox, Chic. 54 221 31 74 .335 ,, .4,-.4'. .' ., .,:... :':';:;' y 4'i:'e'::''': --- 'hampion Floyd Patterson, who 22 31 .413 1111 Washington 24 30 .444 6..1,
-1..' -fan needled Colavito and then homered in the eighth and Al Woodling, Balt. 49 156 21 52 .333 ,.. ,.;--,'";5 .:; :,sr::, sssos' 1.jr-)...,;A'' ...a ...,,:., :, is set to defend his crown against 21 31 .404 la Boston
'sin- -ailnwaFurkaeneciscat: Satt. Lpoitutissbur. ta 23 30-, .432 6-s-,.
. th n 'spilled beer on him from the Klaine drove in what proved to be Lopez, N.Y. 48 183 32 57 .311 :, kssts: s .,:! '','),,,:s-ss 'zs ..,!")11!!is:s:.. 14,,,s,:.:, :.., 'i Ingemar Johnasson of S w e d e n --. ,,,...
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.:. ri i field bleachers in the fourth the winning run with his fourth Mantle, N.Y. 45 170 37 52 .306 :,,,,. 1,ss !!, li.. : -- .: .. -stss,-....,,-ss-,:.: t-:'s ..., June 25, is the only fighter that Today s Games
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' Ing. hit of the game. Bridges, Det. 53 189 19 57 .302 41,'' Sl.,'''''-4... ''':.'ils,'Ia.:,':. '' ''' s-.1.:.,.:::...?,1.':'4,.::!:S':: 1,,:szt:Ste.J.pi," -, holds a victory over Harris in his -,..,,AS
That made me mad," said the Ike Delock, the Red Sox starter, Allison, Wash. 54 214 35 64 .299 S:- g .S.-.4-',' s i.s.:kK;S.s.'j: ss,', ... Z, ss.,',,::.:.,,,:. Irt..r.,.:::.... & professional career.
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Cincinnati at, Chicago
. us ally easy-going Cleveland out- and Gary Geiger also hit homers.
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Tom Morgan was the winner and
' fi der. Runs Batted In 4. ,x! :!4 .,xs040.... ,- k:,,, ,i at summer camp as part of his Kansas City at New York ,..i
. omad, in fact, that the 25-year. Mike Fornieles the loser.
. .. .1", :!, ,:,, -...,,st:t, :, duties as a second lieutenant in Detroit at Boston
. ol Colavito proceeded to become Willie Kirkland drove in three
NATIONAL LEAGUE ,,,,,,, ... s', s- : ....7.-.-,.: ..stts.,lisissiif'' .,' S: the Army Reserve.
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including his eighth homer, and Banks, Cubs 58 ...:.,,:.4s,',:.
, 090.10, ,7'..::.:i. ',,i' ,: Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., slugger used Yesterday's Results Yesterday's-Results
le gue history to hit four homers Robinson, Reds 53 :.'s : ,1,::: vi .,,:ii
51 . .::.:1: S.::,..:s.:.:,,i;,4;i!,.' ..,I'L,,-''',,,",,.,,'.., Li.i.,,:,,,,..i,i,:ii...:... 27.14'sts,t,,,,4.:'i.!.":,4,,,,' his left hand to carve up the forttleR00--4y0;
10;-0
,, ,, in recutive times up during a Orlando Cepeda also helped sink
s, si g, game.
I the Pirates by accounting for two Aaron' Braves
hd his Cepeda, RGiants 50
,, , mer professional defensive end
from San Diego, Calif., in 10
McDevitt (3-6); Labine and Ross- wWoyondnes(h8i-c4k)
bco:r co in. o; 42n0(d014B000)at
'' stilsGehrig of the Yankees did more runs with a single a
Pinson, eds
' if iii 1932 and before the modern 14th homer. 45 WORLD FISHDIG CHAMPS '' MEET-CWO Wilmer I. Robinson.
) and Thomas.
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Headquarters, Caribbean Air Command Inspector Coordinator
monlisklyi:.,!, r
era, Bobby Lowe of the Boren AMERICAN LEAGUE (left), explains to Col. C. J. TipPett the unique manner in which
He battered the 212spound Po-
1. NGeriwggys oarnkd Naroaogi oon0.1 4 006
Nationals accomplished the feat Sam Jones notched his seventh
Killebew. Senators 42
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002 200 011-6 11 0
in 1894; An told,,,eight players victory although Stu Miller had to
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oo s and opened a bad cut be- --- ,-...,T
have hit four hoMers in a sin Lo ez Yankees 38 Col. Tippett, a USAVreservist assigned to CAIrC for a two-week
neath Powell's right eye midway
intme with Joe Adcock of the lied for five runs in the seventh.
JenPsen Red S
, ox 38 active duty training period, holds the world record catch for Chicago
' Waves' the last previous man to George Witt, fresh. off the disa-hled .... Rooster fish on 15 thread line and the Cabo Blanco Club (of
drroit in 1954. list, dropped his fifth Straight Triandos, Orioles 31 Lima, Peru) records for black marlin and big eye tuna. Robin- in the bout. The cut kept bleeding
- Purkey (6,7), Pella and BaileY- i
- Robbie (6-6), Singlet D
the t f th
res o e way. on,
lavito drove in six runs in game without a win. son holds the world record for Tarpon on 8 pound test mono- roti Daley (5-4), Gormahand Hotis,t,,
b nging his season home run to- Bill White of the Cardinals boost- HOME RUNS filainent line with a 31 pound fighter taken on a glass spinning ,At the end of the fight, Powell s
, and S. Taylor. Chiti.
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tat to 18. He drew a walk in the ed his average to .342 with three NATIONAL LEAGUE right e e was coin letel shut
rod from the Chagres River in March. TiPpett who received his Y P Y (Night Gamel- Ditmar (4-4), Bronstad and ilovssa
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.,' first tinting, then belted his first hits and Lindy McDaniel turned Mathews, Braves 20 ear's first and he could barely see with his
promotion to Colonel on May 3, participated in last y San Francisco 124 201 010-11 19 0 arcL 't:
1, brier of the game with one on in a fine piece of relief pitching Aaron, Braves 16 International Challenge Cup F g
ishin TOUrnaMent in Peru and lett. Pittsburgh 100 010 500--7 10 1 Detroit ,
t,, o loser Jerry Walker in the third. against the league4eading.-Braves. Robinson, Reds honors Co
15 walked away with first place .
1 Tippett is the South The defeat was a major set- S. Jones (7-5), Miller and Land- 010 002 520-10 12-1A
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Ifis next two hornets came off Ar- McDaniel. took osier for:4.,!tyinning Banks, Cubs 15 1 i ili 1 t back for Pow II h
American representative for the Internationa C v an Av a Ion e w o appeared on rith Schmidt.
.'i nie Portocarrero,, one with the Pitcher Alex Kellner in the sixth Cepeda, Giants 14 Organization, an agency of the United Nations. his way up the ladder toward the
Witt (0-5), Daniels, Blackburn Foytack, Morgan (1-1.1,:-Schuttss,,s i
, Sister and Berberet., VN 1
. bases empty in the fifth and the inning and blanked the Braves the (Official USAE Photo) heavyweight t i t I e after
six Smith Jack
,' other with one on in the sixth. His rest of the way. AMERICAN LEAGUE victories, including a spectacular
vitz son, Face and Kra- Delock, Fornielei (0-1), E 1 e iY ''' 1
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'' foUrth homer came at the expense Hank Aaron and Del Crandall mathews, Braves 9 win on a nationally televised fight Wall, Monbouquette and Daley,,,n
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''' of Ernie Johnson with the bases each homered fce Milwaukee but A 11 Albrook Ehmmates Kobbe s with Nino Valdez last,March.
aron Braves (Night Game) o ,so
Patterson said Harris was the (Night Game) .
,,- empty in the ninth. that wasn't enough to keep Bob
Robinson, Reds 15 Milwaukee 110 -000 000--2 8 1 Cleveland 312 013 001-11 ta4,,.
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When he went out to his right Rush from suffering his second , best man he had, ever faced in St. L
inns 000 030 20x-5 9 0 Baltimore 120 000 401-8 12 a, 1
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, field position in the bottom of the loss against four victories. Cepeda, Giants 14 D Company In Cage Tourne y f the ring.
"Big" Henry' Harris Sr th Rush (4-2), McMahon and Craft- Bell (5-5), Garcia,:and Brown:':..--' 1
,, ninth, Colavito reports the same e dell.
fan who spilled the beer on him Gene Conley, who hadn't beat-
AMERICAN LEAGUE fietter's lath
er who co-manages Kellner (2-1), McD
aim! and H Baltimore: 'Walker (4-2), Pnrins.l.
. carrero, Zuverink, Johnson and,,,s
':.' was now cheering him. en the Dodgers since 1957, held 0 Harris with Lou Viscusi, said he Smith.
Minnie Minos and Billy Martin them to four hits and picked up Killebrew, Senators 19 1 ed 1978th AACS turned back the In- to
considers his son "ready for Pat- Triandos.
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,.. al o homered for the Indians as his third triumph in pitching the Colavito, Indians 18 Two more games were p ay rson or anyone else right now."
fantry-men by a final score of 57,
,' G ry Bell gained' his fifth victory
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Phils to their victory. Philadel. Allison, Senators 14 in the PAF Basketball Tournha-t .,
56 eliminating D Company from .
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. w h an assist from Mike Garcia. Phia put logoter three .singles l Triandos, Orioles 13 ment at Fort Kobbe last nig Seventh .1 e
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. The White Sox took over unft,s, and an error by Charles Neal Lemon, Senators 13 which featured b e t w e e n the the tourney.
puted possession of first place by for both its runs off loser Danny 1978th AACS, Albrook AFB d After taking a halftime lead of S
an 28-26, D Company spread it to 43- ugar Hart
defeating the Senators, 4-1 the McDevitt in the fifth inning. - - Company D, last Battle Groilp,
39 after three quarters. Hard
' Yankees scored their llth victo- Fort Kobbe and in the Nentld
fought basketball continued in the I 1
ry in 13 games by beating the Ath, Home runs by Roy McMillan LEADING
914MC the 5700th Air Base Group, fourth period with the AACS gain- E
letics, 6-4, and the Tigers remain- and Frank Robinson, who went Albrook AFB versus the 534th MP asily Whips Marlin And :Sailfish '-';'7i
ing the upper hand and pulling
in a fourth-place tie with the !tour-forifour, paced Cincinnati to
i PITCHERS Company of Fort Clayton. away in the lost two minutes of
Y uks by out-lasting the Red Sox 1 s vie orys ,esseesaChicago, Bob -s... s-s!:::'!' '''!. ''' '') ,: 'rho-first -gatteP.Of the,sevening s pia), to wrap it nix Ls'.-. s s ,' . ., ,. ,, ,, .,,,,
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Purkey, who.'hadiet' beaten the double header sawFort Kobbe's . , , -:! ,, .'' s ',., : ,,v, -41s sI's,) est n? si' V-00-44-4
. 'The-Giants climbed to within Cubs in two seasons, yielded only (Based on 5 er more decisions) saac Logart ,,
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last c ance o is Company lost ir great chance 1
-' a game of the National League four hits before leaving the game he window as the Tourney July-1- ug, 2'..,:''::'.
' lead with an 11-7 decision ever with a blister on his finger in the NATIONAL LEAGUE winners go out t to win the game with only see seethe
the seethe Pirates; the Cardinals topped eighth. W L Pct onds to go when Rob Palmer
:' the Braves, 5-2. the Phillies nip- Orlando Pella finished and Fate, Pirates 8 0 1.000 drove in under the basket all alone
, ped the Dodgers, 2-1, and the was rapped for a homer by Ernie Elston, Cubs 4 1- .800 M for a layup only to gip on the CHICAGO, June 31 (UPI) -,
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' Irs clipped the Cubs, 6-4. Banks in. thr ninths Slimly- Tay- Mizell, Cardt 7 2 .778 anueLYcaza ers iration SOki
P P ked floor. The Winning Garnet (Sugar) t
liar and .
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arly Wynn pitched a five,hit
lor homered for the Cubs. Purkey Podres, Dodgers 6 2 .750 shot went astray as the final horn loser Isaac Logart today agreed The VII International Marlin and for marlin, sailfish, dol h.
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' ter' and struck out seven Washing- was credited with his sixth victo- Antonelli, Giants 8 3 .727 so unded. that Virgil Akins hits harder than Sailfish Tournament will take place pon, tuna, wahoo and amber k
fat -'
ton batters in registering his ry while Glenn Robbie suffered his they do. in the Republic of Panama from Special awards. for catchee alade
' eighth victory against four defeats seventh setback. AMERICAN LEAGUE Rides Dunce In Al West led the scoring parsde July 1, August 2, sponsored by the from outboard motorboati- ''' 11
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for Chicago. The White Sox gave Wilhelm, Orioles 9 0 1.000 for Albrook, dropping in 20 points Hart, rangy Philadelphia Panama ourist Commission, the as with spinning outfits,-
. are Inn-
. birn all the margin he needed by Larsen, Yankees 5 1 .833 followed by the consistent Bill welterwight, put a little glitter Panama Rod and Reel 'Club, tne vations in this -contest.',Tbirty
- g two runs off Hal Woode Woode.
. Woode. s in PLAYER, COACH FINED
, t r s Fischer, Senators
Shaw, White Sox 5 1 .833 Agan, who had 14. Bob Palmer
led West's perf r on his No. 1 rankings by beefing 'Panama Marlin Club and the Club 81'1101 boats of the outbstafrd I
, e, ass
sak in the first inning. A hit bats- 5 2 .714 e mot ta es teclot 11
ua..ng 20 out' teams3anmaatence Joby athntImloatittis-InckiessilonCurstn Ingolgrhat slant. I deGYamateesftYshe-Premscean fro"mallr f't;IW- IglOti 4(1);''ql-int ptatrrtidcr It4ieti Wiling
,' irk's, Al Smith's triple and an er- MONTREAL (upn ---- I' r it n'k" Pappas, Orioles 5 2 .714 pate.
' roe by catcher Hal Neragon did Shaughnessy, Inter n a t i o n a 1 Phyllis contributed 16 for D Co. the ,Chicage Stadium. tries are inVited to participate as .' 4,
i, the trick. League president, has fined Buf- r 8 The 534th MP Company of Fort Hart, ranked one notch higher individuals, since there is no team S o
p rts fishermen the world ov ov;:.
;:. ov;:. Elston Howard's two-run double falo third baseman Bobby Mor- Bunker s Relief NEW YORK (UPI) The ad- Clayton suffered their first loss of than Akins by the Nat. Boxing As- competition. Each year between er know Panama for its abund abund,.
,. abund,. sparked a four-run seventh-inning gan $100 and Bison coach Benny 's Dunce the tournament while taking a 74- socation and one notch lower bY 300 and 400 rod' and reel enthu- ance and large size of game fish.
.... ray that gave the Yankees their Zientara $25 for taking part in a dition of Claiborne Farm 55 trouncing from the 5700th Air Ring Magazine, finished unmark- siasts enter Panama's tournan,ent. Thirteen world records are' pge pge'''
''' pge''' t mph over the A's. Winner Art dispute with umpire Augie Gug, H Is M I t 1
ur ing am ains today raised the probable start- Base Group of Albrook AFT. ed in contrast to the fading Lo- Fishing area includes all the sently held by Panama, and rare rareDi
Di rareDi mar and loser Bud Daley were lielmo in Miami last Frida. for for;
; for; Buffalo s IL Lead of horse racing's Triple Crown.
Dance earned a shot at the
ing field to seven for Saturday's gart, who required stitches for a waters of the Isthmus of Panama. 1Y does a year pats 'Without,en 'Without,en$125,00
$125,00 'Without,en$125,00 Belmont Stakes, last leg The two-Inch gash over his right eye other record breken there.
' ,'- t at 2-2 in the seventh when the gan pushed Zientara into Gugliel- t big blow come for the MPs For one entry fee a sports fisher fisher''::'',
''::'', fisher''::'', mks loaded the bases. A passed mo twice during the heated sr- in the second period when they on- and a smaller cut on his lip man may enjoy a fishing, junket,
bell by catcher Frank House al-gument. ly managed to score three points "It was one of my easier fignts," trying his luck for billfish in both VII 11111 On 1 11111 80111
i third jewel by scoring a two and
,., to ,15 for the airmen. The 5700th said Hart, who has had 33 among Atlantic and Pacific oceans, as
, NEW YORK, June 11 (UPI) one-half length victory in Tues. had the ga,p elose th i
on em n the the pros, winning 28 and losing well as fighting the wary tarpon DRIVE I N
, Dick Bunker is rapidly becoming day's feature at Belmont Park.
, i SERVICE CENTERS TONIGHTt -' ... ,, the relif pitcher Buffalo calls on In addition to Dunce, the field e- Akins
third 'period though as th v were three, including a knockout by in picturesque P,anama rivers.
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outscored 20-10 b the hustling There will be thirty seven prizes I 60c. TODAY' 1: oe 17
- ,.,, to put out the fire. for Saturday's mile and a half 'Logart suprised me by not 30c. gm,' 4
MPs to bri th Y t
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Bunker pitchd scoreless ball Brookmeade S t a b 1 e's Sword moth fighting his usual stand-up stse."
1 we minutes left to go the -
Hart said. "He takes a good punch
round by referee Walt Bright. MARSHALL THOMPSON 11
Marla LANDI In 1'
- from the third inning on to give Dancer, King Ranch's B la e k fh.,. ,om.
opened up with a fast break and he hit me a few times. But more after Hart was c a g
h r ed J Ar
c pletely outmaneuvered with landing thee! blows below "FIRST MAN INTO'''
.',,' ;i s THIS LOW-DOWN OH THE GIRLS WHO GET AROUND! the Bisons a 9-4 win over Colum, Hills, Mrs. Halina Braunstein'S ""'' he doesn't punch hard. Akins I
the MPS canning them to be corn- the belt. I
bus last night and keep Buffalo's Royal Orbit, Emil Dolce's Manes- punches much harder." SPACE"
, clear about 200 of them from the 'Things changed-for me atter ,s
gar sal
t -, e
-.2. kal 11411AI (.0.10 intact in t h e International sens's Lake Erie, and Howard B. Lennie Stephenson was,once a- better
if he fought more often, 1 Tomorrow I ;j1,
game and a half first place lead sa Mauler, PR.& Frelinghuy- ,, Hart said he might have done
.. .., 8 that," Lo t A ''After the sec- l'""'""s--000-ss
, League. Heck's Bagdad. gain the high point man, for Al- ond one hit me, I doubled over and ill
. every six weeks
instead of every
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- k ts,42,s.,k,',.. ; Buffalo gave Bunker good hit- Dunce, who finished seventh in brook, scoring 31 pointS. All of six Hart o ened that -.cut over my
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,, ting support as the Bisons scored the Kentucky Derby and third in A hand injury kept him inactive
. s Lo h d th
gart, w o once enjoye e $1.10 per CAR!, ,.
four runs in the fifth inning to the Preakness, will be piloted by Lem& Stephenson wa once a aS
S aS for half of last year, he said.
SiseVr'''''3'''' .' DDED
: i s,-......sss,.',1,..,.,,sto.,4,.:. ,- :., ,.' A St h top rank among the 147-pounders, 11 BOB HOPE
''' '-'7 IsssS,s ,-.i,,sr's-,.' ''',...-s,sVwg take a 5-4 lead and the game. It Manuel Years in the Belmont. ep, enson s teammates. ma,naged Logart, battered and puffy, said
1 D ans but added he has given
. ,e illie armatz will han- Patrie got 13 and Jim Kern, Tom rankin las amon the ame
Dane r, W H g, t g n "SON OF PALEFACE"'
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, no thought to retirement either.,
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MM. ok 4 LEE 1 cop Cartoon and decisions.
I die Royal Orbit; Eddie Arearo Baker and Gene Wortherly all col- welterweight, but he declined to In TECHNICOLOR' ,.''
said he has no "immediate Jane RUSSECIL in li;
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wawa WaValesallana
tal was the reliefer's fifth win in six Willie Shoemaker will ride Sword to hit the double figures 'as Jerry he "supposed he'd lose his No, 10 1 o
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Richmond, snymied monientari- will be aboard Black Hills; Bob- lected 10. Stan Christian led the give Hart any credit as a puncher. iv.
, ly after a nine-game winning by Ussery on Bagdad; and Ray losers with 23 tallies and Frank Logan, who also is numbered All. ME MO 1 NM ale
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: streak, got on the right track Broussard on Maness& Mauler. McGovern kicked in with 14. among Akins' ring victims, sa!d ,,s
. Friday "FIVE' GUNS WEST" again with a 7-1 verdict over the No boy has been named for Lake Hart "hits pretty hard, but noth,
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., Rochester Red Wings. Bob Wies- Erie. Five teems remain from the ori- ing like Akins."
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el ehth win. will be worth $143,500. The win-, four of which will see action to- N
Anthony Quinn Brigitte Bardot
. Elhirley Booth Charles Boyer Toronto and Miami split in the ner gains a net purse of $92,225, morrow night at the Fort Kohbe .4 Nottistet...,.... p.,,,. .., ort 0,
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isco 3372 22:4 ..P55 47c 311 -G1 8 CTB haE i 1 Act iaMmg S.o r e 319 22 41.5 ,- 1;3 53c4; 29 :;6::, ::,
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Cincinnati : 26 29 .473 61,8 Kansas City ' 24 26 ,-,-.480-' 4--,-!!
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Los. Angeles 000 100 000-1 4 I Chicago ',
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the 195-round
-1,710,140,eee,:Ve,' .: Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., slugger used - 4 -,.
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McDevitt (3-61, Labine and Rose- Wynn (8-41' a2nd1 BMattlefA-4y;
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WORLD FISHING CHAMPS 'MEET-CWO Wilmer 'I. Robinson.
and Thomas. i,--
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Headquarters, Caribbean Air Command Inspector Coordinator
(left), explains to Col. C. J. TipPett the unique manner In which Woodeshick (0-1), Romonsketeei
Griggs and Naragon. 7 ee
the 25 and 34 pound Tarpons in the background took his lure. He battered the 2120pound Po Powell
well Powell with ra ier-lik left abs and
C,,,ikCjinnineYat: 3.3)-002 200 011-6 11 0
LOOOsiOn2gOle0Oto2n-4, D.6rotlt New York 001 001 400--e 11,.1:..
Col. Tippett, a USAF 'reservist assigned to CA1rC for a two-week
hooks and oPpened ea bat? cut be be";11coabgbie
";11coabgbie be";11coabgbie ( 6-6 --- -.t,, I
Kansas City 000 NO 120-4 9 Ape
neath Powell's right eye midway
active duty training period, holds the world record catch for
tiunethreesbtouotf. Tthhee wcuatylkept.bleeding Purkey (6-7), Pella and Battey.
and S. Taylor.
Rooster fish on 15 thread line and the Cabo Blanco Club (of
Lima, Peru) records for black marlin and big eye tuna. Robin RobinDaley
Daley RobinDaley (5-4), Germahand Hotteee :
ChDittimar'(44)9 Bronstad and HO'Vee ';'
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(Official USAF Photo) heavyweight t i t 1 e after six s Ith ( , isler and Berberete 7 40,, 1
victories, including a spectacular int Jackson, Face and Kra- Delock. Fornieleit (0-1), K le 1 y e 1
vitz. ..,,e
win on a nationally televised fight Wall, Monbouquette and Daley,e
with Nino Valdez I t M h ----- leso
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Albrook Ehmmates Ko e s Patterson said Haasrris awraes the gliighat Game) (Night Game) k
best man he had ever faced in w ukee 110 -000 000--2 8 1 Cleveland 312 013 001-11 ta.6,,t
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D Company In Cage Tourney tht Briing. Rush (4-2),
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, fighter's father who co-manages Kellner (2-1), McDaniel and H Baltimore: Walker (4-2), Pertee.l.
. carrero, Zuverink, Johnson andes
0 Harris with Lou Viscusi, said he Smith. Triandos.
considers his son "ready for Pat- ',OP ile
ayed 1978th AACS turned back the In- terson or anyone else right now."
Two more games were pl
fantry-men by a final score of 57-
in the PAF Basketball Tourna Tourna56
56 Tourna56 eliminating D Company from I i ,,,e.ee,
,ke,
ment at Fort Kobbe last night
the' tourney. Seventhinternatioitair-";
which featured b e t w e e n thed
After taking a halftime lead of sugar Hart
1978th AACS, Albrook AFB an 28-26, D Company spread it to 43-
Company D, last Battle Grog 39 after three quarters. Hard
Fort Kobbe and in the Neon fought basketball continued in the 1 1 f
914MC the 5700th Air Base Group, fourth period with the AACS gain- Marlin And .Salitish :;.'"
Albrook AFB versus the 534th MP ing the upper hand and pulling asily Whips
Company of Fort Clayton. away in the lost two minutes of
The"first -ganw.ed the eevening s ,rda), to wrap it op,.,,,, ', . e - e -, t, fe ie -, , e ., t ,,
e -- , , , , e 7 evi ,-1 r,-,,' V., tf, teo. ',,--444
double header saw-Fort Kobbe's ,, oft ',see
anion the
last chance to place g D Company lost ir great chance Isaac Logart
4 I
winners go out the window as the to win the game with only sec- Tourney July 1-Aug. 2:::::
onds to go when Rob Palmer
drove ill under the basket all alone e,,, ,..
for a layup only to gip on the CHICAGO, June 31 (UPI)
o
Manuet,Ycaza perspiration soaked floor. The Winning Garnet (Sugar) Hart and
shut went astray as the final horn Josef Isaac Logart today agreed The VII International Marlin end for 'marlin, sailfish, dolphin, taree
, so unded. that Virgil Akins hits harder than Sailfish Tournament will take place pon, tuna, wahoo and amberjark.-
they do. in the Republic of Panama from Special awards for catebee aiade
RI es Dunce In forAlAgest kleddrtolteppinsegIng2oppoariandtes
Hart, rangy Pheadelphia p
Jualnyaml,aAttoguursitst2, gomnmsoirsesdionby ttre farsomwi;ehutsbpoianrudiumotorboat4 its well
followed by the consistent Bill welterwight, put a little glitter Panama Rod and Reel 'Club, the vations in this gcoonuttleisttsefiel print.
Agan, who had 14. Bob Palmer on his No. 1 rankings by baeting 1Panama Marlin Club and the Club small boats of the outbeafrd clasYs
Belmont Stakes equelled West's performance by
totaling 20 mid teammate Johit the latti-ranked Cuban for a un- I
animous decision last night at de Yates y -Pesca. ' 6 ' .1,' r 1 4 wilk, goiyout to4 deer -'14 fisein
Game fishermen from, all -coolie ereeinds tie participate. ,' '' g
Phyllis contributed 16 for D Co. the Chicago Stadium. tries are iniiited to participate as ee
The 534th MP Company of Fort Hart, ranked one notch higher individuals, since there is no team Sports fishermen the world (iv
Clayton suffered their first loss of than Akins by the Nat. Boxing As- competition. Each year between er know Panama for its abund abundNEW
NEW abundNEW YORK (UPI) The ad- the tournament while taking a 74- soeation and one notch lower bY 300 and 400 rod' and reel enthu- ance and large size of game fish.
dition of Claiborne Farm 1)
'11 tinee 55 trouncing from the 5700th Air Ring Magazine, finished unmark- siasts enter Panama's tournament. Thirteen world records are pre pretoday
today pretoday raised the probable start- Base Group of Albrook An. ed in contrast to the fading Lo- Fishing area includes all the sently held by Panama, and ra re reing
ing reing field to seven for Saturday's gart, who required stitches for a waters of the Isthmus of Panama. IST does a year pats evithout,an evithout,an$125,00
$125,00 evithout,an$125,00 Belmont Stakes, last leg The big blow come for the MPs twoench gash over his right eye For one entry fee a sports 'fisher- other record breken there.
of horse racing's Triple Crown. in the second period when they on- and a smaller cut on his lip man may enjoy a fishing, junket, ,, ,I4
Dance earned a shot at the ly managed to score three points
"It was one of my easier fignts," trying his luck for billfish in both 111111 Ina On 0 01111 IIIII
third jewel by scoring a two and to .15 for the airmen The 5700th said Hart, who has had 33 among Atlantic and Pacific oceans, as
one-half length victory in Tues. had the ga,p elose onthem in the the pros, winning 28 and losing well as fighting the wary tarpon DRIVE-IN
day's feature at Belmont Park. d third 'period though as they were three, in,cluding a knockout by in picturesque Panama rivers.
In addition to Dunce, the fiel outscored 20-10 b the h li Akins
y ust ng There will be thirty seven prizes I 80e. TODAY' 1:00- ir,
for Saturday's mile and a half MPs to bring the score to 45-49. 'Lope suprised me by not 30c. gm,'
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classic will probably include
With five minu 1
tes eft to go the fighting his usual stand-up ste e."
h round by referee Walt Bright, MARSHALL THOMPSON t tBrookmeade
Brookmeade tBrookmeade S t a b 1 e's Sword
5700th opened u h f b
p wit a ast reek Hart said. "He takes a good pune . Marla LANDI In -
more after Hart was coargen.
Dancer, King Ranch's 13 lack th t d he hit me a few times. But "FIRST MAN INTO'''
a completely outmaneuvered an with landing three blows below het
Hills, Mrs. Halina Braunstein'i
the MN causeing them to be coin- he doesn't punch hard. Akins the belt. I : SPACE"
: Royal Orbit, Emil Dolce's Manes- punches much harder."
clear abo t 200 f th f th
u o em rom e 'Things changed-for me alter
Sit Mauler, P.11.13. Frelinghuy- : Hart said he might have done e
- that Logart said. ter e sec sec''Af
''Af sec''Af th 111'"'"--"e"
sens's Lake Erie, and Howard B. lennle Stephenson was ,-once a- better if he fought more otten, I Tomorrow I ';IF
Heck's Bagdad. ain the hi h
g g point man for Al- every six weeks instead of every ond one hit me, I doubled over and
- Hart opened that -,eut over my 11 ',
brook scori
Dunce, who finished seventh in ng 31 pointe. All of six months" as he has been doing. ,, POPULAR NIGHT! ,-,
eye.
the Kentucky Derby and third in A hand injury kept him inactive Logart, who once' enjoyed the $1.10 per CAR! ;: I
I the Preakness, will be piloted by Lem& Stephenson was once a- for half of last year, he said. top rank among the 147-pounders, 11 BOB HOPE
Manuel Ycaza in the Belmont. Stephenson's teammates managed Logart, battered and puffy, said ,0 e
said he has no immei tate Jane RUSSE,CIL In 1;
Willie Shoemaker will ride Sword to hit the double fieures as Jerry he "supposed he'd lose his No. 10 1 e
p ans, but added he has given "SON OF PALEFACE"'
Dancer; Willie Harmatz will han- Patrie got 13 and Jim Kern, Tom ranking,' last among the 'name' no thought to retirement either.
die Royal Orbit; Eddie ArCaro Baker and Gene Wortherly all col- welterweight, but he declined to 5 In TECHNICOLOR' .,.,'
He weighed 149 pounds to Hart' e
, will be aboard Black Hills; Bob- lected 10. Stan Christian led the give Hart any credit as a puncher. 147.
' by Ussery on Bagdad; and Ray losers with 23 tallies and Frank Logan, who also is numbered 41111 um an on no 't i
Broussard on Mantissa Mauler. McGovern kicked in with 14. among Akins' ring victims, sa!(1 7. oe
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, No boy has been named for Lake Hart "hits pretty hard, but noth.
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By OSCAR PRAL.e, Wined irviiich-7, forced his with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal two years ago.
LARONECK, N.Y. (UPI) Snead-was reluctant to discuss
lig mutt uetween the pros his chances in this event in which
sawilts imam tne usual be has finished second four times
tournament jitters .lester- and which he kicked away on an anth
th anth siamman1 Sammy snead other occasion with ,that storied
hitting Arnold Palmer -eight on the finaVhole.
to 1 choioes on tne eve ut Palmer;- co-favored with Snead,
Open golf championship. had been ailing with a sore back
ty-six amateurs, tne' larg- but became more optimistic as he
ion pro lipid proportionate- repoyted "It Semis to be working
he 59-year history of the out' and that he was playing well.
reacted bitterly to caustic Middlecoff, a '7 to 1 shot, said
ional estimates that one of that he Ives playing poorly a n d
number "didn't have a didn't give himself much chance.
Art Wall. one of the favorites off
rlie Coe shot a 32-33 85 a hot spring inivhich be won 533,-
r with no "gimmes," 800 and the Masters, said that an
1 Billy Hyndman, recent injured ankle,. "feels just fine
ip in the British amateur. now" but deprecated his chances
atter' what anybody says, "because I seem to have cooled
ho MIA nr the four off."

MAMARONECK, N.Y. (UPI)
A flaring laud uetween the pros
and amateurs aoaect to toe usual
pre tournament jitters .yeater .yeaterday
day .yeaterday with siamman1 Sammy snead
anct54ong hitting Arnold Palmer
solid 6 to 1 choioes on tne eve ut
the 11.S."Open golf championship.
IVlinty-am amateurs, tne' larg largesrsimon
esrsimon largesrsimon pro field proportionate proportionately
ly proportionately the 59-year history of the
eveat, reacted bitterly to caustic
professional estimates that 'one of
their number "didn't have a
chance."
"Charlie Coe shot a 32-33 85
Monday with no "gimmes,"
snapped Billy Hyndman,'. recent
runnerup in the British amateur.
"No matter' what anybody says,
right now be is one of the lour
best players in the country."
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PROS FEEL CONFIDENT
Coe and two-time National Ama Amateur
teur Amateur champion -Harvie Ward were
mentioned most often by the amap
tem as their first title hopes
since Johnny Goodman won itL
1933. But when the 150-Man field
gots off today in the fir st
toUnd, withr asingle round to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and the low 50 and ties
winding it up in two rounds Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, the pros feel that they
swiftly will take commandssius commandssiusual.
ual. commandssiusual. "They just don't play this kind
of golf,' the pros agreed, estimat estimating
ing estimating that it would' take anywhere
frolii a two under par 278 upwards
to carry off the whiner's $10.000
thaie of the $40,000 up for grabs.
Par'is 35-3r---70 over the 6,873-,
yard course.
A blazing sun which pushed the
thermometer up into the mid-90's
calmed many of the players to
pasrup a final practice round end
contrve their strength-. for The
foortround 'grind' which started at
S this morning when the stetting
threesome of Frank Harned, Cle Cleveland,
veland, Cleveland, Bill Collins of Lutherville,
Md., and amateur Jules Gatesu of
Westfield,-;11..Lateltss 4 ,4
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HOGAN FEELS FINE
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Seven former chaMpions --01 de dehnder
hnder dehnder Tommy Ann; Cad Middle Middlecoif,
coif, Middlecoif, Julius Beros, Jack Fleck, Ed
Furgol, Dick Mayer and Ben Ho Hoganwill
ganwill Hoganwill be in the field. And no nobody
body nobody was picidng against Bantam
Ben, shooting for a record fifth
victorY, pr the 49-year-old Snead,.
who has a long history of heart heartbreaking
breaking heartbreaking failttre In this most cov coveted
eted coveted golf event of them all.
"My back feels fine," said Ho Hogan;'referring
gan;'referring Hogan;'referring to a recurring back,
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BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE
"Special NOW
Teams bowling in Curundu -this
week. Hillillan Cars, bowling. Lin Linsplit
split Linsplit Life on alleys 5 and 6. ,'
astra Products, bowling Pepsi
Ctgaon alleys 7 and 8.
Yligm Standing"; ,Vion Lost
Unt Cigaretlea,'1 t '428 8
IV li Travels, 23 13
Zenith" TN., 22 14
B1lboa Beer, 21 15
Good Year Tires, 20 16
Blge Star, 19 17
Cafe Duran, 18 18
1.40ohi Life "- 15 21'
Astra Products 14 22
Martini Vermouth 1212 2312
lsi Cola 12 23
.111 man Cars 12 24
22 14
21 15
20 16
19 17
18 18
15 21
14 22
1212 2312
1212 23
12 24
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3102
3061
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Hlish Team 30ames (Mo.)
Sillman Cars, 3143
Zenith TN., 3102
Kent Cigarette's, 3061
MO Team Game ,, ,,,,, ,,
Martini Vermouth, ;103
Cafe Duran, 1071
Balboa Beer, 1063
Hlott inst.-,3. Games (Scratch)
McLane and D. Soister, 6'21
T.,'Keeler'. 617
R, Novey, 606
Nig led. Game
Me. Lane 237,'
' J. Palm, LIS
R. Novey, 231
Web Ind. Ave.
Me. Lane, 17),I,
R. Soyster, ,41.7';',,'I
, Ely, , 173'i
R.' King, 174
Curly Bates, ,, ,; , 174 t
ke. - 237
' J. Palm, LIS
R. Novey, 231
High Ind. Ave.
Mc. Lane, 17) 3,:
Soyster, 475'
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, Ely, , 175'i
R.' King, 174
Curly Bates, , 174,
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'This weelt 'nearing Abe. half War
mark of ,the ,Summer League, all
handicaps change and, as tile
league is already beginning to
tighten up, from here on out it's
going to be a battle royal.-As one
Calltige in the,above team 'Lind 'Lindingr.
ingr. 'Lindingr. Ohl, 10 'points separate the
first, teams., 14 the. next, three
and115 the last three.
Tivell Travels 4, Kent Cigarettes 0
In',3111 match, the travel boys
realy ,took off in their jets and
poueed it on to the cigarettes, IA
mg 44 rintsi Thie to the. first
time that mint tun lost all 4 so far
this tseason taking the close ones
whed they. were hard presseu.
141Chill wet the big gun for in involl
voll involl sad did most of the dathage
Witt' Sot 585 (2-3-191-191) coming
up fest was Thibault, bowling one
of tls best' eyries, so far this at.
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Balboa Boy Earns
Softball Letter
At Wentworth MI
LEXINGTON, Mo., June 11
Cadet Grover Barnes, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Orover R. Barnes, Box
793, Balboa, Canal Zone, has been
awarded an intramural softball
letter at Wentworth Military Aca Academy
demy Academy here,
Maj. John C. Readecker.
athletic director, said the letter
award was approved by the
school's, athletic council following
a study of the recommendations
by the coaching staff.
Grover was a member of the
Company C, Red League, team
this spring, and he renresented
his company in inost of its games
in intramural competition.
Sports Briefs
NAMED OBERL,IN COACH
i;riqKELtil, Qhgot(VMJulian
binszhil former 4askekldie star at
the University of North Carolina,
has been named head basketball
and go.if roach at Oberlin College..
VAZOUEt BUSSO MATCHED'
LOS ANGELES 'WMMatch 'WMMatchmaker
maker 'WMMatchmaker George Parnassus hds,
matched undefeated, Mexican
light-weight Mauro I VazgtIes and
Johnny Busse of New York for the
10-round feature bout of the 18th
annual Figt4 for Lives charity
card July ,18 at Olympic Audito Auditorium.
rium. Auditorium.
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fbehind with 516. DeLuca was high
for Kent with 511.
Lincoln Life 3, Zenith Y.V., 1
This was. a close hard fought
match all the way, Zen11 took the
first game by 72 pins and,looked
like a run away for them. Burt the
Ins. boys bounced right back tak taking
ing taking the next one by 19 pins. Also
taking the last and total pin fall.
In tins matCh the handicap was
'the difference 160 to 133.
Balboa Beer 3, Hillman Cars 1
hi this match it was,the case of
One team getting hot and the tith tither
er tither having a bad night and bowling
tine blind. However, Hillman cdtne
up with a win in the last game.
The suds boys rolled their nigh nighest
est nighest single game 1063, tied their old
high pine 1022 and their best se se'ries
'ries se'ries of the season 2971. This inov inoved
ed inoved therd up into 4th. place, only
1 out, of lst.
Ton the work-horse and anchor
for Balboa was high with a good
548, Palm right behind with a
'good 543 and Perez with 515. Som Somarriba
arriba Somarriba was' high for Hillman with
Good Year Tires 2, Blue Por'2
This was no, doubt. one of the
best hisgh eborint.matChes of the
eirening., The Xiire.loys took the
lst tame, 995 .r ,,980(The dairy
boys bounced back taking the
2nd 1012 to 928. This moved 'Blue
Star out in front in phi.fall. Good
Year managed to winlhe last one
in a close one 1055 to4044 but lost
Aritid Pin, fall by 20.j'i,
,rt.L.,'.theuiteaux, the lookie for
Goott.'Year.,.. had hie' best. series
arittwas,bigh'Imitlf go.hd 549, Cut CutIS
IS CutIS Was n,ext With ,520,and Endara
was.high for
:532, Lick LickWas'
Was' LickWas' high fat; Blue,Star with
a fine 532, Sasso'520.1nd TO
300 on the nose.
Cafe Duran 3, Astra Products 1
This was a good match and fair fairly
ly fairly close. The toffee boys took the
lst game, by good margin tut
the 2nd by only 6, pins., Astra com coming
ing coming on' strong toelt the last by 16
but fill short on total yin fall.
Lachman was high for Duran 492.
Lane,high ,for Astra with' 524..
Pepe' tolal, Martini Vermouth 1
' ie sow match, Pip Pipsi
si Pipsi won the ist 'Martini-came riitht
back winning the 2nd and ,moving
out In front in pinfalk But in' the
Anal tamethe oble.bOs Cattle
beck; Wtth ,'plenty of Prepsi. and
edged out Ilartini 4114 close one
930 to 904r and pitl, fall by only 1
pin. 2754..te 2793., Flow close' can
4,ou come.' t
HOW, about that Curly

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thdarrovugh 64 years. The now legen
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By HARRY GRAYSON
'
MAMARONECK.; N-11:'(NEA-1
Looking tor ieldet to- illustrate
the 59ta United Ste t es ,,Open'l
Chamiiionship on the famous
West Course of Winged foot,
June.11-11 MUM Olfterman, toe
cartoonist, asked, !,'How raany,,,Xtf
these guys win two years' in a
row?"
A qtdck check of tte record re revealed
vealed revealed only five in 58 editions
through 64 years. The 'now legen legendary
dary legendary Scot, Willie Anders n,
bounced down in front in 1903-40-
5, when mighty few played golf
in this Tountry and pracileally
all who did rolled their R's. John Johnny
ny Johnny McDermott, the first 'Outstand 'Outstanding
ing 'Outstanding home-bred,' broke through in
1911-12. The immortar B o bb y
Jones prevailed in 1929-30, Ralph
Guldahl in 1937-38 and tte incom incomparable
parable incomparable Ben Hogan in 1950-51.
'What does that prove?" ask asked
ed asked Olderman.
"It shows,' replied Gene Sark.'
zen, "that you have to be an ex-,
traordinary golfer to win the Open
once. When you win it twice in
row, you're fantastic."
"What, then," said Olderman,
"does unit nidke Iowa? Liite
only Anuerson aud .0oees- betore
nun, ne's won tour t.)pens."
"Anuerson was oeiore mY
repued barazen, winner of
every major pro title. -Liut i
Knew Joie;s too welt. 1 Loa to
play against nun. Ile was a ge genius.
nius. genius. tiogan vas the,tinest player
i ever saw, certainly the great greatest
est greatest precision goner sinLe te
peen arouna -km tnat means
ciose die years."
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MAKING HOGAN'S RECORD
tne more remarkable is that
ne really nas bagged 'five Opens
and remember that the winning winningest
est winningest Irishman ever to grime out of
Dublin, Tex., didn't officially cop
his firstat Los Angeles Riviera
in 1948until he was 35, He re received,
ceived, received, however, the same med medal
al medal for acquiring -the wartime sub substitutel
stitutel substitutel the Hail American Open
at Chicago Ridgemoor in 1942.
That was when he definitely serv served
ed served notice with 72-62-69-68-271, 71
under par.
The more you dig into Hogan's
career the more extraordinary he
becomes. It was after Riviera,
there he established the all-time
,Open record-67-72-68-69-276, that
lie beat his near-fatal automobile
accident, missing a year of golf
aoing it.
Bantam Ben finished first or
second six Oka fpo,mv-i1P44
through '56. liti,Was third 4rDrift
Ilas' Northwood in '52, was beak
en by the .unknown jack Fleck in
a play-off on the Lake Course of
the Olympic Club of San Francis Francisco
co Francisco in '55, lost by a stroke at Ro Ro'chester
'chester Ro'chester Oak Hill in '56 and was
Ikept out of the Toledo Inverness
Ishow by pleurisr of the dhest in
'57. At Tulsa's,Southern Hills a
lyear ago, he injured his left. wrist
in practice, yet tied for 10th
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WINGED FOOT!S WE ST
COUBSE, wita ,its artfully-sloped,
narrow entrancei'. to target
greens, is tailor-made for Hogan.
But so it' is for 15 or more other
guys in a. field of 150, 131 of
Whom had to qualify.
And how well will Hogan's
46-year-old legs .carry hiha through
the two 18-hole rounds on Satur Saturday?
day? Saturday? On his side is the fact that
the layout is level.
Claude Harmon shot a practice
round from the back tees par
70, only to be beaten by Jay He Hebert's
bert's Hebert's 69, Hogan's 67 and Mike
Souchak'a 66. This would seem
to Indicate that the professionals
will tear the West Course apart,
which theyk won't.
This is remindful of 'llogan's
64 over Baltusrol's Lower Course
in 1954, after which he predicted
that the Open record would be
broken. It wasn't as the little littleknown
known littleknown Ed Furgol and his crook crooked
ed crooked left arm came home hitting
evcry green with 71-70-71-72-284
four above par. Hogan could
have used that 64 as he soared
to 76 in the third round to finish
in a,tie for sixth.
It's an altogether different sto story
ry story when the bell rings with the
United States Golf Association
flag fluttering atop the clubhouse.
Stoopers
Miss One
ARCADIA, Calif. (NEA)
Someone who wagered on a win winning
ning winning 12-to-1 longshot named Sil Silver
ver Silver Dust at Santa Anita last Jan.
9 isn't so lucky after all.
And the stoopers, the fellows
who everlastingly look for good
tickets thrown away by mistake,
missed a big one.
Silver Dust returned $225.50
for $2, the second highest payoff
in the auarter-century history of
the track, but one ticket was
never presented. The 60-day pe period
riod period since tho eloro ot the meet meeting
ing meeting having elapsed, the money
reverts to the States.
0-,mm
MDHEYSmut.
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and poisonous wastes in your blood
through millions of tiny delicate tubes
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Invade these delicate tubes and irri irritate
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from the discomforts resulting from
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tired, nervous and depreseed. Try
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these ailments eyeteit combats
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much better and happier You will feel
rain. Get Cystex from your druggist.

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CZ Fighters Tackle
In Novel Panama

The Chorrillo Amatuer
Club w;11 stage a novel Canal
Zone vs. Panama fight program to
night at the National Gym in
which boxers from either side of
the holler will clash in four of
the five houts All fights are set
for three roundivt.
tina''1?"1"""refleffirrh77177,0.t
JASPER FAILEY
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s
, sec
RAFAEL JIMENEZ
The main attraction on the
card is a match between Jasper
Failey of Paraiso and Rafael Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez cd the Chorrillo disktrict
The weight limit is 130 poutids.
In the 'other bouts Clyde Tho Thomas
mas Thomas (Paraiso) faces Rocky MI.
Reds, Cardinls
Trade Relievers
CINCINNATI (UPI) -- Relief
pitcher Jim Brosnan was obtained
by the Cincinnati Reds today in a
straight player deal which sent re reliever
liever reliever Hal Jeffcoat to the St. Loui
Cardinals.
Brosnan, a native of Cincinnati,
had a 1-3 record with the Cards
this season. St. LOIlig obtaineci,him
from the Chicago Cubs May 209'
19589 and he finished 'with an 1-8
record last season.,
Jeffcoat, converted from an out-,
fitider, has been with Cincinnati
since 1956. He had a 6-8 mark
with the Reda last season.
"TOO LOW" IMPOSSIBLE
CilICAGOM(11151)--Pitcheer Ray
moore of the Chicago White Sox
recently questioned an umpire's
call of 4811" on little Alb le Pear Pearion
ion Pearion of the Baltimore Orioles. "tt
was too low," barked the : ump
'There'o no place to pitch that
fellow low,' growled Moore.

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of 126 pounds.
Alberto McDonald (Parai (Paraiso)
so) (Paraiso) tackkles Salvador Terry (Cho (Chorillo)
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Rodrigo Brown (Paraiso) gwaps
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SEYMOUR AGENCY CC
TO' HOLD MEETING
The Seymour Agency Cricket
Club will hold a special meeting
Jtme 12, 1959 at, 7:30 p.M. at. the
home of M. 068-B
Paralso, Canal Zone.
The Seymour Agency Cricket
Club has been idle for the last two
years due to the unsportsmahlike
of one of the clubs while they
were playing their last gamt
the competition.
Grannum, the former captain.
is calling this meeting and is ask asking
ing asking all the Seymour Agency crick cricket
et cricket players to be present at this
meeting. Some of the former
members are: vice Captain E.
Roberts, C. Lashley, E. Belgrave,
L. Roberts, B. Mike, C. Greavett,
J. Lord, A. Brown, W. Ford, R.
Best, Smith C. Cook, etc.

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Phone Panama. I-0740 for
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sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
yea have a commercial
contract.
Resorts 1
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Fodor cottages., between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
: rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
t 1PHiLLIPS Oceanside Cottages
- Soots Clara de P. Phone Pa Pasant,
sant, Pasant, 3- I 377 Cristobal 1-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
et Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Csamboa 302.
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Houses
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FOR RENT:Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house (chalet) 2
bedrooms, hot water, extra large
porch Road facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 3-0553.
FOR RENT:New chalet, three
bedroom, air-conditioning and
hot water. Information Tel. 2-
'382.

FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalet, dining room, living room,
maid's room, garage, 4,000 so
meter land Located one mile be.,
fore Las Cumbres. For informa information
tion information call 3-0050 from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m.
,

I; FOR RENT:-4 bedroom chalet.
14- All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street,Golf Heights, information
2-2407.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, 2 spacious bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's mom. garage. etc.
For six months. 95 Street No.
43. $185.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Furnished tw; bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet. living-diningroom.
all independent. 86th Street No.
6. Theater Roosevelt street. San
Fiancisto de la Caleta.
01'
FOR RENT:Availablo July lst.
chalet in Lao Cumbros, throe
bedrooms, two baths, including
sobarato maid's service. For more
Information, call Balboa 1751.
Commercial Sites
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POR RENT :---tocal commercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341,
FOR RENT:Spacious and mod modern
ern modern site on Ricardo Arias Street.
"Lux Building". Phone 3-4994.
1
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WANTED: Imp low leaving
Canal Zone lune 20th dmiroa to
plase good maid. Call Balboa
6306.
WANTED:.Maid te do laundry.
ceoking, cleaning, 0932, Ama Amador
dor Amador Road.
WANTED:--Completely furnish furnishA
A furnishA 2 bedroom apartment, vaca vacation
tion vacation quarters for August to Soo Sootember
tember Sootember in Panama. Write A. M.
Collins. Disgusts, Chiriqui. after
July 25th. Call 3-2534, Panama.

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FOR RENT: 'two lietiott4.
apartment. F and F Strnott.'ir
Camino lo. For information, tel.
3-4968 ail the day. after 6 n.m
Tel. 3-6737.
FOR RENT:--E1 Cangreio, very
cool, comfortable furnished, two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard. Only two apart apartments
ments apartments In building. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Three bedroom
apartment at Via Argentina and
"L" Street, Aurora Building, El
Cangreio.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedroom and all conveniencies in
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-0702.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, IWO bedrooms, one air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, new furniture. 'la 'lailadares
iladares 'lailadares Building", opposite The
Santuario. Phone 3-7921.
FOR RENT:--Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining set. San
Francisco. 86th Street No. 6.
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:EI Cangreio. Nicely
furnished one room apartment
with hot water, balcony. Call 3.-
1789.
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments. Beautiful
building, hot water, Cangreio. 3-
6589
FOR RENT:One two beg'room
apartment, hot water installation
with heater, maid's room, large
porch, elevator service, two both
rooms. Also one room studio
apartment with all utilities, suit suitable
able suitable for office or small families.
Edificio Campo Alegre. Via Es EsPella.
Pella. EsPella. across The Panama Hilton.
ask for Altman. Phone 3-1409.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with one coneeting
bath, terrace, dining-living room,
garage, maid's quarters, hot wa water.
ter. water. brand new building in Urba Urbanizacin
nizacin Urbanizacin Nuevo Campo Alegre,
La Alameda Street. Tel. 3-0408
from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 P M
FQR RENTIModern furnished
apartment, one bedroom, living livingrooks.
rooks. livingrooks. hos( balconies, garage, hot
aircondition. Very close to
the Panama Hilton. Phone 3-
,1567 or 3-5023.
FOR RENT:New building in
Urbanizacin Nuevo Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. three bedroom apartment
with two complete 'bathrooms,
dining-living rociorr,'4alconv, ter terms.
ms. terms. studio, maid9s quarters,
laraga, hot water, etc. Tel.
0408, from I p.m. to 5 Pm,.
Special Offprs
WANTED: Accountants and
auditors with experienced, bilin bilingual
gual bilingual secretaries with shorthand,
office clerks with personality,
bilinguas, who can work by
shifts. Salesman with or without
experience. Write with detals to
Box 5044 Panama.
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Phone 3-4944 349115
All Typos of Auto Insurance
COTTON EXPANSION
WASHINGION (UPI) -7- The
National Cotton Council said to
day a significant expansion in
raw cotton exports by Russia ap appears
pears appears doubtful in the near future.
The prediction was made by
Leonard A. Mobley, foreign trade
economist for the Cotton Councd
'after a anemontb investigation in
the Soviet Union.

garage, hot
fery close to
Phone 3-
building in
Campo Ale Ale'
' Ale' apartment
'bathrooms,
alcony, ter ter's
's ter's quarters,
itc. Tel.
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FOR SALEt--1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl., with radio. Phone 36-156,
Coco Solo. Anytime.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Coupe. Mo Model
del Model 1767, color Harbor Blue
top. equipped with Turboglide,
Push Button Radio, Er 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, C01011 BOO.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 2 door sedan, V-11,
radio, wsw tires, duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1300. Call
4-1173. Panama.
FOR 8,6,11:-1953 Ford, 6 cvl.
Custom line, good tires, radio,
782-C, Balboa 2-1497.
FOR SALE:--I958 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, tonneau cover, excellent
condition. Cali Sgt. Negron at
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:---I956 Chrysler 4-
door. radio wsw. loaded, per perfect
fect perfect condition. A real bargain.
Call 5-442 evenings.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet, 4-
door. hardtop. sport sedan, 2 tone
blue, powerolide. all extras.
1512-A. Akee St. Balboa. 2-
389.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Special,
hardtop, power steering, windows
Dynatlow, Custom trim. tinted
glass. 5 ninv tires, two tone paint
$165000. Call Gartsboa 6-206.
--
FOR SALE:-1948 Dodge, four
door, $200, phone: 2-3696,
house 5454-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Sport Suburban 4 door station
wagon. Excellent condition. Very
good tire', factory rack, automa-,
tic transmission, radio, dual ex exhaust.
haust. exhaust. Telephone Albrook 2187
or 6123. After 3:30 p.m. Te 4e 4e1
1 4e1 phone Balboa 2790.
FOR SALE :-1934 Ford Hot
Rod 1940 V-8, good running
c on tilitiew043111411bee 4434.
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FOR 8,411:--Model "A9 Ford
Pick-up tyPe body with Canom
Alf steel. Good condition. Price
$180.00. Phone 36407.
FOR SA LE :-1958 Fiat station
wagon $1450. Original cost
$ I 960161:44-379.
Boots CI Motors
New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser, origi originally
nally originally advertised $875.00. First
S575.00 cash takes it. Two good v
Evinrude 35 h.p. motors $275.00
each. Crusier and both motors
$1100. ABERNATHY.
FOR SALE:-14 foot boat and
trailer $275, 18 h.p. Johnson,
Mr. Sweeney, 3-6426, morn mornings.
ings. mornings. FOR SALE:Power tools and
motors. Call Gamboa 423.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
AUTOAC
Has 6-Volt
Sealed-Beams at
$1.95
15th & Central Ave.
COLON
Guide
'Peace' Marchers
Converge On First
Atom-Bombed City
TOKYO (UPI) More than
3,000 "peace" marchers set out
from Tokyo and tioneigata Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to attend an anti-nuclear
weapons conference in the atom atombombed
bombed atombombed city .of Hiroshima next
August.
Two thousand demonstrators
left a Tokyo rally and marched
through the rain to Kawasaki,
half way between Tokyo and Yo Yokohama.
kohama. Yokohama. From there eight march marchers
ers marchers continued on the 600-omile jour journey
ney journey to Hiroshima.'
,
A spokesman ot the Japan
council against atomic and hydro hydrogen
gen hydrogen bombs, sponsors of the Au August
gust August conference, said more than
10,000,000 people were expected to
accompany the mkrchers part of
the way' to Hiroshima.
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and marched
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P.
SPEOAL SALE
NEW ONLY ONE OF EACH
Apex Deluxe automatic electric
clothes dryer, Regular 369,00
now 180.00.
Apex Standard automatic electric
clothes dryer, regular 325.00
now 155.00.
Apex automatic dish washer,
regular 445.00 now 200.00.
1 Apex automatic clothes washer.
regular 325.00 now 150.00..
Trope !co, S.A. 45th street and
Via Esparia.
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford Faidane 500, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, call Curundu
4198.
FOR SALE:Remington portable
typewriter, good condition. $3f.
2-1457. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-MOVIE CAMERA,
"GIVE AWAY" PRICE. REVERE
8 MAGAZINE, It URRET 3
LENSES... INCLUDING TELE TELEFOTO.
FOTO. TELEFOTO. USED, PRIME CONDI CONDITION.
TION. CONDITION. PHONE PANAMA 3-
3679.
RUMMAGE ..SALE: Saturday,
June 13. starting at 9:00 a.m.
at Bishop Morris Hall, Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancor', for benefit
of Bella Vista Children's Home.
Used clothing, househOld ef effects,
fects, effects, miscellaneous items, etc.
Those having articles to con contribute
tribute contribute are asked to leave don donations
ations donations at Bishop Morris Hall or
Morgans Gardens.
FOR SALE:Store No. 1062 Rio
Abajo, equipment, ice box. slicer,
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
4-0983.
FOR SAL.U.--B Hat clarinet, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Gamboa
423.
IMotorcycles I
FOR SALE:Almost new Lam Lambretta
bretta Lambretta motor scooter, call Curun Curundu
du Curundu 4198. 1
'Feast Of Weeks'
Starts At Sundown
The festival of Shavuos also
known as the "Feast of Weeks?'
will begin at sundown, today and
will continue until sundown, Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday. S'erviees n'wiU be eoeducted by
Netifin Witkin in the cha chapel
pel chapel of the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa.
The schedule is as follows:
Today 7:30 p.m. tomorrow 10
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday 10
a.m. and 5:3; p.m;
Memorial services Otizkor) will
be read during the Saturday
morning services.
I "m'orn7n"g" '"
rkrlefirtra arwle
Christian Service
Qroritip Plans Trip
ti;Aiugh PC161y 5
Plans for a trip through the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal, on Sunday, July 5,
sponsored by the Christian Ser Service
vice Service men, have been completed.
The committe,e in charge haS
made it possible to make this trip
a pleasant one. There will be at-,
tractions and activities for the en
tertainment of all.
Refreshments will be ,,,Serve,
'rhe boat will leave pier 18; Bal.
boa at 8 a.m.. returning to Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa at 4 p.m. Transportation will
be provided back tO Pang Ci City.
ty. City. For tickets, see D. A, Palmes,
at Balboa Service Center, or call
John Springer telephone 2-3330
Panama.

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Progressive Weight
Traiiiing Program
On At Diablo Gym
The Diablo Gymnasium Summer
Program under sponsorship of the
Division of Schools has inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated a, ,weight training and body
building program as part of its
extensive list of activities.
'Records will be kept throughout
tht, sunimer regard to body
44-gasuremelitr poundages lift-
This program- is not a weight-1
lifting program. A weightlifter
attempts to lift as much weight.
as 'possible over his head' in ROY
of-- threm Olympic lifts. These' are
thet'military press, the snatch and
tbeki glean and,,jerit.,,
'ThejiDiablo' program ivilt con-'
sist, pf ,series of weight-resistance
exercises designed to reach:
evert muscle of i the body. This
sty'. of working with ,weights gets'
it title oProgressive Weight-training"
from the- fact that the indi individual
vidual individual progresses from light to
heavier weights as his body dec declares
lares declares its state of readiness for
more. resistance.
A neophyte body-builder begins
with, a weight with which he can
execute ten repetitions for three
itets. 'When': this pinnacle has been
teached he adds five pounds and
begins again in" his battle to towards
wards towards 'the attainment of his new
'goal. As the weight-trainer makes
progress from lighter to heavier
poundagea a metamorphosis has
taken .,.-0Ate antt he has added
muselelk,both''quantity and tone.'
This tymotWorking with weights
has not only 'been accepted by
'physieal educators but has been
praised 'on high by many of the
nation's top.men in the physical
education:hierarchy.
At the close of the summer ses session
sion session two awards will be made to
members of the body-building and
weight training group. One will be
presented to the individual who
has shown the mbst improvement
in his physique.
The other award will be given
to body-builder who lifts the most
weight on the following forniula
each contestant will select a weight
for each exercise. The number of
repetitions' he can execute mutti muttiplied
plied muttiplied by the poundage lifted will
be the individual's score for that
one left.
Competition will be held in the
Military Press, 'the Bench Press,
Dead Lift,' Squats (knee bends),
and the Curl...Total poundages
all lifts will indieate the winner.
Membership ja 'still open in the bo body
dy body building -club4 for Canal' Zone
School children, whose families en enjoy
joy enjoy Commissary privileges.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES or AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Divialon of Balboa
Thomas; G. North, Jr., Plaintiff, vs.
Suzanne North, Defendant. Summons
Cam No. 4838, Civil Docket 22 Action
for divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety davs
after the first elate of publication.
In case of your tents. to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de deed:landed
ed:landed deed:landed in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court foe the District of the Canal Zone.
this May 27, 19159.
Sari do la Pods
Clerk
(Seal)
BysLois E. oration
Chief Deputy Clerk
To !mum North:
nut foregoing summons la Alerted up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable, Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Cote for the District of the Canal Zone.
dated May 17, 1888, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Pivision of Balboa, on
May NI, 1059,
Sara do lo Polio
Clerk
Bystole IL Morrison
Chief Deputy Clark
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Th Is Is the-jourth a a no
b ted'
vestmeet, enunseloeZprovidinK4allealletto look at the stock',
market today ifid telling' what every'invester or would-ba
Investor to know.

By SAM SHULSKY
One of tha most heartwarming
types of lettrs received by this
writer often tomes from a anion aniontown
town aniontown investor who, far from the
excitement of ,the ticker tape, has
spent most of nis adult lifetime
quietly and steadily picking up
quality securitins.
He may lave had $500 -A year
to invest, ore $5,000.
He most likely bqngbf,,,stocks at
the highs of,' 1929 And at thrlows
of 1932; airthe highs of 1911 and
the lows of 1942, ond is still buy buying
ing buying them at tbdaY's high prices.
But thanks. tot, steady rate, of
purchaset,h0,1 krleading into re,
tirement wiatiwtomfortable port-)
folio which 0;1'40 a job for him.
And, after' Hiatt!' what we
want of our money t work for
us.
Regularity in stock purchasing
has a "cor,1" ring to it, but as in
the case of other "virtues"eight
hours sleep, plenty of green veget vegetables,
ables, vegetables, etc.it proves the best po policy
licy policy over 'the long run. For in investing,
vesting, investing, as Iii saving, is most suc successful
cessful successful when it becomes a habit
for several reasons.
First 144:.-kingt txtremAly important
it eihninates emotion, A danger;
ous ingritdient in itivestinCAriit itivestinCAriitness
ness itivestinCAriitness thisletteit,,,;-;, ,-',
"I lost my shirt in the. market
in 1929 and I promiseci,niy wife
I'd never buy another Ahare of
stock. But a Jew 'mon,:k, ago II
couldn't stand, the .boastipg of th
fellows at 'the shop, so Vile $4,50Q,
into some oil. stocks. now I haVe
a $1,100 lots.
"Hasn't an honest guy got a
chance in this racket?"
An honest guy, yes. But an emo emotlonal,
tlonal, emotlonal, impulsive guy has two
strikes on him before he goes to
bat.
After 30 years of ignoring securi securities
ties securities investment, this man in a sin-.
gle day 'jumped Into stocks with
about five years' savings. Just be because
cause because he -wanted to be able to
boast along-,with the- other fel fellows
lows fellows inIthe shop.
It so happens the oil stock he
bought is fair quality. But it also
happens he bought pnly a few
weeks before thelliddle East
crisis erupted and brought the
roof down on s',, lot of internation international
al international elf shates lcis'includhd. Even..
tually he inly come out of it
all right. (Assuming Itst doesn't
get emotional once more and de decide
cide decide to sell out at the bottom as
he did in 1932, just because "he
got sore.") :
But the point I want to make is
that if he had bought $1,000 worth
Of this same stock every year at
the average prices of the last four
year he'd easily have a 50 per
cent profit on his investment In Instead
stead Instead of a 25 per cent loss.
"I've neyer. bough,tviny, stock,
writes ,a-tobil41,04gid, tumk, trciM
Chicag,land-qtve:'4-tianaiged to'
save $20,400'.bver th ears. Now
I realize I've made a mistake.
Please tell me what to buy.:I'M
sending a special delivery envel envelope
ope envelope 'for yottr;sanswrt,.z beeanse I.
want to invett thIV.Ilatneigh0
away." t ,,,,,' '',,;',..-4: -w, 4 1
This man is 14 morn in 'It Post-'
tion to invest than a trout fisher fisherman
man fisherman with a four-pounder on lila
line it ready IO halo his wile skeet
the living rtliftrtvAinpes.'" '' ''
What he's really trying to do Is
to make up in one week for a work working
ing working lifetime of imbalance in mon money
ey money management.
Emotional, irregular stock buy buying
ing buying is, next to outright gambling,
the biggest hazard for the aver- 1
age investor.'
It is ,a axiomatic that he will
get excited and plunge just when
everybody else' is buying Stocks
(and pushing up the price) and
will get disgusted, sell out and
quit just aeout the time the gen general
eral general public is becoming disillusion-.
ed and can't see the securities of
our leading corporations for dust.
This series was begun witb the.
admission that .no one r e ally,
knows for certain whether this
market is "high" or "low" or
where it will be one, two or five
years fr001 1109. ,, ;.',, , n
The answer,' Lthen,"' is viously
tc skip the questions of high and
iow entirely and to set up a stea steady
dy steady program of securities buying
vhich will- turn price. variations
to your financial advantage rath,
er than into ulcers.
The system pioven most suc successful
cessful successful over the 'long rtin is that
ot "dollar cost" averaging.
It consists simply of putting the
same amount of money into sec securities
urities securities at stated intervals, regard regardless
less regardless of whether the market,- IS,
high or low, headed higher or low,
er, .,
,?
And the rpason it :works, out is
that the satn amdunt of money
will get you a ewer thsres when
prices are high 'and MOre 'shares
when prices are low:,t,q, w-i' .4
You can work the Ample systtM'
when you buy lasolC.for 40tir.
Car. ir, i ,., 1,4, ,.,
Surose gasolibe eteltiatedas
widely as some stockti-A-25 cent
a gallon ,0110 week, 33 'cents the
next, 25 cents- the :third,,Iroek, 3S
the fourth ad, so os. ',
If yoi betsght 10, glinting of PC
a week you ,seould4fihd Oat you
were getting. 20 gallon every two
weeks fot SC- 201 gallAns every 20
weeks for Oth,,,C,,,,kA '''''. ,r ',',' ..,'''
INow 'it, nitIV,OUY Fent 1,1
worth of gas every week, that 'do
we find?
Youi would get 8.8 gallons In
some weeks, but 12 gallons in oth,

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you would still pay out $60 but
you would have received 206 gal-,
Ions of vit.-J.it six gallons ars
your bonus for 'Moller cost aver averaging."
aging." averaging."
The sami arithmetic holds true
hi buying stocks Over the years
you wind up with more shares for
your money. ?-f
And along,with your "bonus" in
extra iharestee stock you get a
priceless inveltrnent program in.
ENELDA Add SHOULD' YOU
gredient peact of mind.' You
,pick out the stock you want to buy
and you keep olit, buying itevery
Iiiree,,miintht0ery six months or
1Whineverytit bitild up enough ca,
pitkl,;"Yhtf,:ignorti market fluctua
tions. Yow, don't- spend your time.
worrying whether you ought te
buy today, or perhaps wait until
tomorrow, when prices will be low lower.
er. lower. Or will they be higher?
-1-taid-st the lieginning, Mit
doesn't sound 'Very excitingbuy.
ing $400 to $500 worth of Standard
Oil of NJ. every six months WW1
YOU tet ,50- shares or, so, and then
epeating,Lthe same process with
Artinficalio Cyanamid, or Union
,Paclitic Railroad, or American
Chicle,'-or U.S. Steel. But it works.
I've-,seen it work.
',WM, hanker after excitement,
try a little 10,rent limit poker with
the, boys Opatronize the $2 wind.
Ay at thiatritck. But keep your
investments on the sober side. At Atter
ter Atter all, it's your retirement com.
fort you're building. And that's no
place for excitement.
,
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES

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NEW-AOKI Juno 11
Stocks Petted higher today ise
moderately active trading.
1!
The, upswing wag a eontinuattoo
01 yesterday' sharp advaaeo
which- brought indivldua; gable,
into the kist running ta 'moved
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Bicroft Uranium
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Burrobghs
Canadian Kagle
Celanese
Cerro de- Pasco
Chicago Great West
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El Paso Natural Gee
Fairchild Engine 1
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
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Howe Sound
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Phillips Pet
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3:15 Dinah Sistina
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WASHINGTON, June 10 (UPI)
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Comm, Al lanira
Quin Mal0 Peace;
Rii It One Train
The cid Altamira and the Pa PaSocial
Social PaSocial and Sport Sportcific
cific Sportcific CVnlissarY
in will sponsor jointly a
train to Colon on k'atner's
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un ay, June 21, it was an--
last night.
The.a1motincement was made by
intik Fawcett, principal of the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso High School, who acted as
mediator at a meeting between
representatives of the two clubs.
The meeting was held in Parai Parai110Jipd
110Jipd Parai110Jipd 'was conducted in a cordial
Mmosphere. FasOcett said the two
Oubs 'share all expenses in
tonnection with the train and will
split the profits. Both groups will
devote the proceeds for sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring the r respective scholarship
activities.
The special train will leave Pa PaNoma
Noma PaNoma City for Colon at 12:30 p.m.
June 21 and will leave Colon for
Panama at 12:30 a.m., June 22.
The roundtrip fare will be $1.
-The train will makes stops at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel and Gamboa. Tickets
be obtained from any mem
bOr of the Pacific Commissary So Soetal.and
etal.and Soetal.and Sporting Club or the Club
Altamira.
''1'he atmosphere for the get-together
meeting of the two clubs
developed after the initial tension
b,tween the two organizations ov over:rival
er:rival over:rival claims of priority for the
Fathees Day special had led to
annoAncements that each would
roduAts own train on June 21.
'A'Auggestion that the two groups
meet to discuss the possibility of
koirkt. sponsorship of one special
talk ,was accepted, and Fawcett
'readily agreed to serve as media

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toit- The Administration's new
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jpr MOderate cuts in both oi
,the anti-aircraft missiles in in'
' in' VPIved in a white-not Army and r
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Aux Force feud. or r PC Micrc
.t1The plan, demanded by an
'Samoyed Congress, also may,
litise doubts abOut the future
't'aLhe Air Force's cherished Three of the major manufactur4
mile-an-hour F-108 jet in- ers of electronic and communica communica4ereeptor
4ereeptor communica4ereeptor plane now being de- tions equipment in the U n i t e d
'roped. States entered bids for the Canal
1 tit:also was reported to give Zone microwave communications
., encouragement to Army pro- system when bids were opened
, -ponents of the Nike-Zeus mis- yesterday afternoon at Balboa
'. athe .being developed for de- Heights.
,;i1e11,11e against intereontinen intereontinen.
. intereontinen. ,,,Ital- ballistic missiles. The Motorola Communication
: i...,,,The Defense Department, de- and Electronics, Inc., of Chica ChicaAllied.
Allied. ChicaAllied. presenting the plan to go, entered Alpparont low bides
t.congressional leaders today, as On the two basic systems cover.
4t ha.ct informed them it woUld,1 ed in the specifications.
in Order to put finishing touch The other bidders were the In In,.
,. In,. ,Illis .ton the blueprint. ternational General Electric Com Com''!'',,Fresiclent
''!'',,Fresiclent Com''!'',,Fresiclent Eisenhower and his Pany and Collins Radio ComPanY,
!.tiol:s., civilian and military lead- of Dallas, Texas.
, erg eonferred for one hour and
Although bids asked by the Pa Pa,20juinutes
,20juinutes Pa,20juinutes late yesterday in an name Canal Company for the
.leffort to iron out final cietails. manufacture and installation of
---Itrimors were rife in the Pen Pentho
tho Pentho microwave system covered 25
titgn about what transpired at
Abe'meeting. individual items, most of the in individual
dividual individual items covered various
. ....borne olficials, who appa appa.
. appa. rently are not getting all they oombinations or special equipment.
I would like, even described it The bids submitted for a basi
system having an ultimate capa capa,
, capa, .wiS an "inconclusive" White
house session. city of 225 voice channels for the
communications system between
. ,...,Thie- plan was certain, how howBalboa
Balboa howBalboa and Cristobal with drop'
ever, to call for all three of tbe
repeaters at Gamboa and Gatun
' air defense weapons 10r which
De ranged from $9g0.444 to 1329.170.
the North American AL'
fense Command has askgd. The bide on the same basic sys sysThey
They sysThey are jet interceptors, tem but without the active 'drop
Army Nike Hercules nissiles rePeaters at Gambna and Gatlin,
which have 50 to VO-mile ranged from $226.342, to $265,844.
range, and Air Force Bomarc Bids on the microwave system
missiles which have 150 to 400- were opened at Balboa Heights by
mile range. Lt. Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., En En,
, En, The Hercules is in service gineering and Construction Direc Direcinow
inow Direcinow and the Bomarc vill be- tor.
icome operational later this He announced that the bids will
k year. be analyzed and an award made
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ihe meeting was held in Parai- News has belin received on
an.-iitad 'was conducted in a cordial the Isthmus of the death of
Mmosphere. Fa Tett said the two Col. George K. Withers,. former
glubs 'share all expenses in PanaMS Cana! Engineering and
tonnection with the train and will Construction Director. He was
split the profits. Both groups will 59 years old.
devote the proceeds for sponsor- Col. Withers died May 3 in
ing the r respective scholarship the Veterans Administra tio n
activities. Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia,
The special train will leave Pa. following a long illness.
nava City for Colon at 12:30 p.m. Col. Withers was native Of St.
June 21 and will leave Colon for Louis, Missouri, and graduate
Panama at 12:30 a.m., June 22. of the United States Military
The roundtrip fare will be $1. Academy at West Point. He
-The train will makes stops at Pe- held a degree in Civil Engineer Engineerdro
dro Engineerdro Miguel and Gamboa. Tickets ing from Cornell as well as a
ma' be obtained from any mem- degree in Military Engineering
ber of the Pacific Commissary So- from Massachusetts Institut 9f
otaLand Sporting Club or the Club Technology..
Altamira. During World War-II, he' was
''113e atmosphere for the get-to- ill charge of procurement for
gether meeting of the two clubs the Office of the Chief of Engi Engideveloped
developed Engideveloped after the initial tension neers in Washington and later
b,tween the two organizations oy- served in North Africa; ItalY,
errivel claims of priority for the France and Germany.
Flithees Day special had led to He came to the Canal Zone
annoUncements that each would in 1950 from Fort Leavenworth,
romnits own train on June 21. Kansas, where he had been a
''..A.'nuggestion that the two groups member of the faculty of the
meet to discuss the possibility of Command and General Staff
Not. sponsorship of one special School. After leaving the Isth Isth.!
.! Isth.! tralk,was accepted, and Fawcett mus in 1953, he went to Fort
readily agreed to serve as media- MoPherson in Georgia where
tOr. he was Engineer Headquarters,
-iItepresenting the Pacific Com-IThird Army. He retired in 1955
' VONsary Social and Snorting Club I and has been making his home
&Oast night's meeting were Cleve-I in Atlanta.
land -:Roberts, Samuel Sonires, He is survived by his wife
Litltbn G. Roberts, Evelyn Hinds, sons, lst Lt. George K., Jr.,
,f,ewreoce Burton, Mrs. Alice R. USA: Ensign William Z., USN;
Turner, and Mrs. Esmeralda Mc- Cadet Geoffrey D., USN; Peter
Allister. B. and Benjamin 'of Atlanta,
'1:Attending for the Club Altami- and one gramdsom
in 'were Edmund() Joseph, Victor Funeral services were held at
Carew. George Thomas, Roland Ft. McPherson and burial took
Carter, Cleveland Warner and Vin- place at Arlington National
eat Solikle. Ccmetery.

PRICES: 75c. 40c.
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Three of the major manufactur pacit:
ers of electronic and commumca- syste
lions equipment in the United nels.

The Motorola Communication
and Electronics, Inc., of Chice Chicei
i Chicei go, entered ',apparent low bides
, on the two basic systems cover.
ed in the specifications.
The other bidders were the In In'ternational
'ternational In'ternational General Electric Com Com,
, Com, pany and Collins Radio Company,
J)f Dallas, Texas.
Although bids asked by the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company for the
manufacture and installation of
the microwave system covered 25
individual items, most of the in individual
dividual individual items covered various
gombinations or speciali equipment.
The bids submitted for a basisi,
system having an ultimate capa
city of 225 voice channels for the
communications system between
Balboa and Cristobal with drop'
repeaters at Gamboa and Gatun
ranged fTom S9g0.444 to 1329.170.
1 The bide on the same basic sys system
tem system but without the active 'drop
repeaters at Gamboa and Gatun,
Iranged from S226.342, to $265,844.
Bids on the microwave system
were onened at Balboa Heights by
It.t. Col. Robert D. Brown. Jr., En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Direc Director.
tor. Director. 1
He announced that the bids will
be analyzed and an award made
as soon thereafter as possible.
In addition to the two basic sys systems
tems systems having an ultimate capacity
of 225 voice channels. bidders
were also asked to submit offers
for systems having ultimate voice
channelt of pot Alm 360, and
not less ,than 480-voice-channelg;k:
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pacity otherwise over the basic
system, and separate voice chan channels.
nels. channels. The microwave system is to re replace
place replace the existing underground te telephone
lephone telephone cable between Balboa and
Cristobal which was installed near nearly
ly nearly 45 years ago along the Panama
Railroad tracka. The 100-pair tele telephone
phone telephone cable along the trans-Isthmian
highway will be continued in
service.
The installation of the micro.
wave commLonications system
will involve the construction of
towers, reflectors, a n't inns s,
transmission lines, and wave
guides.
Designs for the equipment were
prepare& by Gibbs and Hill, a
New York engineering firm, which
was engaged last year to design
this and a telemetering network
for hydrographic reports.
R. L. Kimball, representative of
Gibbs and Hill. who has been en engaged
gaged engaged in the planning and design
work since the firm was engaged
for the study, was present at the
bid opening.
Specifications for the new com communication
munication communication system provide for the
completion of its installation with within
in within 460 calendar days after notice
to proceed has been given the con contractor.
tractor. contractor. The new system is expected to
improve the present telephone
service across the Isthmus con considerably.
siderably. considerably. The existing system has Immin
taxed to capacity within recent
months although the capacity
was tripled only about 15 years
ago when the 100pair cable was
laid along the highway.
Although neither of the two ba basic
sic basic systems on which bids were
asked will provide jm imitate le lelephone
lephone lelephone seCVice to the Gamboa and
Gatun exchanges, the system 'cov 'covered
ered 'covered in Item 1 of the specifica specifications,
tions, specifications, will be complete except for
direct transmission line connec connections
tions connections to the exchanges.
The other hasic matem gap al:
so be d001blibil tater te provide.
service to Gamnoa and Gatun
but would require installation of
additional microwave equipment.

Can Zebra Continye
Half Black While
In Segregated Area!

I WEST ORANGE, N.J. (UM (UM1The
1The (UM1The zebra may be th& next target
of segregationists who assailed
the three little pigs and, "The
Rabbits' Wedding," aceording to
Sen. Clifford P. Case 01-N.J.).
Case told the Conference of
Commissions Against Discrimina Discrimination
tion Discrimination he had hopted to discuss con congressional
gressional congressional prospecfs for civil
rights legislation this year.
"But in view of last week's at attacks
tacks attacks against flume pernicious lit literary
erary literary instruments of integration,
'The Three Little Pigs' and 'The
Rabbits' Wedding,' it may be
more appropriate to tell fairy
talesw ithout illustrations, of
course," Case said.
Segregationists in Alabama and
Florida have objected to editions
of the two children's books be because
cause because of illustrations depicting
white and black animals together.
"Nor is the library the only
new rampart to be manned,"
Case said. "The zoo will almost
certainly be nextthe davs of the
zebra may be numbered."

Weather Or Not 1

This weather report tor tb:) 24
hours ending a. m. today Is
prepared by tho Meteorological
and Hydrogranble Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High SS 63
Low 76 77
HUMIDITY:
High 92 93
Low 63 S5
WIND:
(max. mph) 5-9 .11410
RAIN (inches)

.41V10
Al

WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbore) 83 84

LAKE ELEVATINS:
Gatun Lake ...... 13.24
Madden Dam ..... 216.02
BALBOA TIDES
'FRIDAY, JUNE 12
High

Time -
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7:44 10311 Kt ft.
low
Time Ht.
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1:52 p.m. 8.0 ft.

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HAPPY GROUPAs President Eisenhower plaYfully tweaked
the. nose of tiny Judith Olinski, of Arlington, Va., the tot was
mighty happy about it. She was attending ceremonies at the
White House in Washington at which her grandfather, William
B. Franke, Was sworn: In 41S Secretary of the Navy. Others in
the pho.to are Mrs. Eisenhower lien), with Judith's two sisters,
brother and tier grandmother, Mis. Franke.
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'THIS IS ITThe U.S. successfully carried mail by guided mis miselle
elle miselle June 8 when approximately 3000 letters were aelivered by
a Regulus I Inissile from a guided missile submarine, the USS
Berber in the Atlantic. The mail went to a Naval Auxiliary
altetation at Mayport, in a precedent-setting event. Shown
hereOs a reprodtiction of the first coVer of the memorable oc occaster'.
caster'. occaster'.

Jets May Soon Leave France
If Nticle'ar Stockpile Denied

PARIS (UPI) The bulk of
NATO's atomic fighter bomber
force soon will be shifted from
France to Britain unless Presi President
dent President Charles de Gaulle drops hiS
nuclear demand 1, diplomatic
sources reported today.
The switch, of 250 American
F-100 jets will be carried out
within a few months should De
Gaulle continue to refuse the Uni United
ted United States permission to stockpile
nuclear warheads on p!rench ter territory,
ritory, territory, the sources said.

De Gaulle lias made 'Ids per permission
mission permission contingent on being al allowed
lowed allowed some control over the use
of the stockpile; and on getting
help from London and Washing Washington
ton Washington with France's own nuclear
program. He showed no signs of
budging from this position.
No concessions appeared likely
from the United States, which is

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Geneva that no dal decision has
been made a to the disposition
of the plan g pow based in
France. But hey said a shift
to Britain appeared Inevitable.
At worst, the crisis held the
possibility of France's Withdrawal
from NATO. French Gen. Pierre
Billotte, a.delegate to the. Atlantic
Congress in London, Warned of
that possibility. L
At best it will result in valuable
time being lost in the setting up
of rocket bases in France and the
perfecting of a forward defense
wall in Europe to ward off Soviet
aggression.
,
Under present conditions, .the
F100s, in ease of war, would have
to leave France with their bomb bombhays
hays bombhays empty, stop off in Germany
to pick up their nuclear loads,

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then fly on to assigned targets.
Stringent time requirements of
the missile age make this wholly
impractical.

certain atomic secrets.
prohibited by law from shartng11957o
!year ago.
but -about-1,5-00,000 below 'st.
!
The sources told UPI diploma-1 Meantime, employment rose bY
tic eorrespondent K. C. Thaler
Geneva that no nal decision has
-in 1,004,000 to establish a new May
record of 68,016,000, The rise was
of .the plan g pow based in
been made a to the disposition
(
attributed to an unusually sharp
pick-up in non-farm jobs as well
France. But hey said a
to Britain appeared Ansi Vitable.
sh-i--ft as a further seasonal gain in ag agriculture
riculture agriculture employment.
At worst, the crisis held the
possibility of France's Withdrawal The decline in unemployment
dronped the jobless rate to 4.9 per
from NATO. "French Gen. Pierre cent of the labor force. It was
Billotte, a delegate to the. Atlantic the tirst time the rate had fallen
Congresg in London, Warned of below 5 per cent since November,
that possibility. 1957.
Pe rate was 5.3 per cent in
At best it will result in valuable April and hovered around 8 ner
time being lost in the setting up cent last winter.The May decline
if rocket bases in France and the wet attributed largely to the re reperfecting
perfecting reperfecting of a forward defente tall of factory workers to their
wall in Europe to ward off $oviet jobs.
aggression. ., r.
The departments also reported
' that the average weekly factory
Under ,present conditions, .the earninffs increstod to 40.32 in
P'100s, in ease of war, would have May, ffmnine, 590 for the firm
o leave France with their bomb- time. trbe average work week
iays empty, stop off in Germany "len inerneeNt llir 19 minute,' tn
o pick up their nuclear loads, 40.8 hours, the highest since 1955.

The President said last week
that the plan would force the
hard-prestsed treasury to bor borrow
row borrow money to meet the com comditthent.
ditthent. comditthent. He said he was op opposed
posed opposed t "borrowing for any
purpose unless there is a great
emergency."
Eisenhower wrote Fulbright
that the fund, which grants
lowlintereSt loans to spur eco economic
nomic economic progress in less develop developed
ed developed countries, should continue to
be financed from direc con congressional
gressional congressional appropriations. The
President is seeking 700-mlition
dollars to finance the fund next
year.
The Senate Committee took
the action as it worked behind
closed doors on the President's
$3,900,000,000 foreign aid au authorization
thorization authorization request for the ,12
months starting July 1.
The committee moved to
stabilize military conditions in
Latin America by approving a
proposal that would earfitark
$29,500,000 of the bill's $96,-
500,000 in Latin American
funds for any international
military force that might be
set up by the organization of
American states.

Me amendment was sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Sens. Mike Mansfield (p (pMont.)
Mont.) (pMont.) and George D. Aiken
Vt.).
It also adopted by l!roice vote
an amendment by Sen. Fran
Church (D-Ida.) which would
allow the President to approve
military aid for Latin America
countries only if it was in the
interest of the hemisphere's
common defense.

Stay Of Execution
Gr,anted Mass Killer
Bt Su tirenie Cauff

WASHINGTON (1j131),--Supreme
Court Justice Charles E. Whit Whittaker
taker Whittaker ordered Nebraska authori authorities
ties authorities Wednesday tt., postpone the
execution Of Mass slayer Charles
Starkweather for the fourth One.
tarkweather was slated to die
in the electric chair at Lincoln,
Neb., at 12:01 am. Friday for one
of the 11 'murders the admitted
committing, during a wild two-day
killing spree in 1958.
Whittaker's irder to stay the
execution will remain in effct
tilN the Supreme court dicides
whether to take up Starkweath Starkweather's
er's Starkweather's appeal. His attorneys were
given until June 17 to file a pe petiVon.
tiVon. petiVon. James Laughlin, Starkweath Starkweather's
er's Starkweather's Washington attorney, said he
expected to complete a summary
of the action he plans by Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. He, said the reauest for a
writ, of 'certiorari would be filed
before the June 17 deadline.
If thewrit asking the Supreme
Cotirt to take the case is granted,
Whittaker's stay would be contin continpending
pending continpending a decision by the Jus Justices.
tices. Justices. The stay will end if they
decide not to consider the appeal.
The appeal was expected to be
based on the ontention that
Starkweather's rights were n o t
fully protected in his original
trial.

US Oilemployfilent Hits Lowest Level
In 18' Months; living Costs Stable

WASHINGTON (UPI)--Unemployment
dropped to its lowest
level in 18 months in May while
the number of Americans at work
hit a new record for the month,
the government reported Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. The labor and commerce de departments
partments departments said a decline of 238,000
from April lowered the May job jobless
less jobless total to 3,389,000. This was
about 700,000 higher than in MaY

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WASHINGTON, June 11 (UP1)--The,lenate ,tOreign-Relations'COmmitteeisbuffsit
President Eisenhower yesterday by voting te.put :ill, Foreign Aid Program's: peVstora:
ment Loan Fund on a long-term financial basis.
It approved 11,-4 a proposal advanced by Chairman J. William Fulbright:(D-Ark.
which calls for thetreasurx to finance d frb r gular government revenues.; Thr,
Treasury would put up one billion dollar's a: yeir.for'five years. 7 14,14;

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Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (Wot
N. Y.) called the report evidence
of a "massive economic upsurge."
Speaking to the Senate, he chided
"men of little faith" who called
only recently for major public
works to provide jobs.
Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell, who hailed the report in
advance as '"extraordinarily
good", predicted that the cost of
living would remain stable fo rthe
next Our to six months.
Coupled with the rise in factory
earnings, he said, this will mean
that, the average worker wili be
able to buy mote with his pay paycheck
check paycheck than ever before.
Deputy Assistant Labor Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Seymour Wolfbein said one of
the most heartening items in the
May report was the fact that fac factory
tory factory employment rose by 100,000
to 16,100,000. Durable goods indus industries,
tries, industries, which were hit hardest by
the recent recession, chalked up
nearly all of the increase.
Substantial gains also were. re reported
ported reported by the' steel, primary met metals,
als, metals, fabricated metals and ma machinery
chinery machinery industries. Even the hard hardpressed
pressed hardpressed automobile inlustry
showed an increase,
Unemployment la 'almost certain 1
to rise this month because many
of the P251000 high school Ind
College gradUatear pill invade 'the
labor markets. Wolfbein said this
usually bapogns in June, but he
noted that Mal emoloyment also
rises during the month.

Pulbright;:appeared cheered
by the v )te -on his development
loan fund proposal. He had said
previously 'it was ,doOMed with without
out without Eisenhower's4opport: Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday he' called 'Ito, prospetts
"good'' in the Bei:Wm.:Mit shied
EtWay from predicting wha,t' the
House might do.
.
When the loan fund was
set up in 1957 the :President
proposed- .three-ear pro program
gram program of guaranteedAinane guaranteedAinanehig.
hig. guaranteedAinanehig. '
But Congress lcited 'to make
him come baCk each year for
appropriations, the method Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower now favors.
Under the present plan, Con Congress
gress Congress din and has -- trim

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1, guides. .;,.070,00r.. gressional approprgiations. The
. ,m,,-.1:,::4444,'''4''' ',1,''..". t;t:.'....''''''"; .--.,::04,;,..7- Prceident is seekin 700 million
appropriations, the method Ei- (M-Pa.) and other! MeMbera of
tethhdeetTnfoursieeusipg.pncooftirtmfrafair group-testifg,
I 4i.... erg ,tonferred for one hour and 1
sg er nue shns od wee I tre r ir t hneo wp ar nfe asdev on hrt sa ps
, Although bids asked by the Pa- v,7,..4.,ii.;:,,q::.:::,;.,,,::::. ;,,, i?". .,,i!.:i,:i:!,,, dollars to finance the fund next
r, t' -.20,,goinutes late yesterday in an Canal Company for the Designs for the equipment were :,,.k-::::,.::',::,:--,:,,i,-,.::::, ::1,,i;.,..., ; ,,,,,,,.:c.o::,,,,
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. ':.' ,..leffort to iron out final oetails. manufacture and installation of prepare& by Gibbs and Hill, a --, '.- .::::;y.: ..;,::.::,:U,:?1,4,tit. i.:1-:',-.!ft:7.,. :::..,:,..:::.:;::..,,:;'1
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tho Pentho microwave system covered 25 New York engineering firm, which .:,.4;w2,......;;::::?..:, ..,,,,,t,:,N:,;,,,,.h,,,...:......:,. 1,a,ii,,,,,,ier.,,m:-.-2e:,,:0;...,.
:1',,,,-iitk';5';g :4::igWeWirf;ii,,i.. ..;;:!;,',0'''' .i,2",,:.:V.';!.:.;': '. The Senate Committee took
; . tiger' about what transpired at individual items, most of the in- was engaged last year to design ::W.'.7,.11'':';g';-::i '':.'';':': ''''114f'!::4': ..':''' if:'' l ''::''".;4:'' ...' .. ; the action as it worked behind
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dividual items covered various this and a telemetering network ,;,.,,:,.1 ...-"-4 :4,::.00.?:::,Tri,,':,:.,:..:;;::;,,;.,..,,.,..;,..::. :..::-,- .04. :.::;... ,,-. closed doors on the President's
;4 :.Anome officials, who appa appacombinations
combinations appacombinations or speciali equipment. for hydrographic reports. ;....., .:::40
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' I would like even described it The bids submitted 'for a basia, .11. L. Eimh.all, representative ni ro-..,,T...,...,,..1. .'';i:;',L'2,,-:,;:.41..t,''41'..7.:.,;111....,,,H,:'-;:;:,,,,.:...;i::',4:1,i:,..f.k.:::,i, ...1
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ever, to call for all three in te 'i Latin -America by approving a I -41'Dur- :,,,,.41ZEL ;,.
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,:f.. Er defense weapons for which repeaters at G., amboa and Gatun bul opening.
I ranged from 5 g0.444 to 1329.170. Specifications for the new com- '-':',':i.';'.V.7,,:.: ''''' 1. .. 1
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,., fense Command has askid.
1 tem but without the active 'drop completion of its installation with- ''.:,. ,,..;..::;;.. -.::,:;,...,......: ',, : 500,000- in Latin American Shows: 1:15 3:29 a. A Pkko
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Army Nike Hercules nissiles rePeaters at Gambna and Gahm, Y .:,.
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HAPPY GROUPAs President Eisenhower plaYfully tweaked It also adopted by v,oice vote
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hty hapipy about it. She was attending ceremonies at the burch (D-Ida.) which would ,,.,
White House in Washington at which her grandfather, William allow the President to approve ,,wifeis, inner enititins! -1' 2
1. of 225 voice channels, bidders laid along the highway. B. Franke, Was mom: In 41S Secretary of the Navy. Others in military aid for Latin America 1
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i (lubs Male Peace. were also asked to submit offers Although neither of the two ba bat
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ered in Item 1 'of the specifica-
t,(1 The cid Altamira and the Pa Pa'At
'At Pa'At PO: Vt,104: : : : :0114 :;:
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issary Social and Sport- witle tions, will be complete except for
tditereescttetrtahnesmexiseshioanegeleine connec-
cific Ce'm
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ing Cvl. George tilluers
train to colon on k'atner's
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n'''''..:Sunday, June 21, it was an anThe
The anThe other basj.e lixatem gap i,list-tomoAL. ,
last night. Dies In VA ijosPilal So be deOliipOlil later t provide. rt
service to Gamooa and Gatun
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Tbealmottncement was made by
Fawcett, principal of the Pa Pa.,
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but would require installation of :: : 4.
raiso High School, who acted as
additional microwave equipment. MAIL :, ,::: :, : : harles E.
mediator at a meeting between After Long' Illness
representatives of the two clubs.,
The meeting was held in Paral- 1)f Can Zebra Continue
exkeec
ties WednesdAY
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Of Mass slayer Charles
thNewiesthmhausa beefen t hree c edievaeotdhr moenr
ti,jityl was conducted in a cordial ruueorndered Netubr apsokeatpeanuethothrie apsokeatpeanuethothriemosphere.
mosphere. apsokeatpeanuethothriemosphere. Fawcett said the two Coel. George K.
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' '"- koti llitiltnagrek weather was slated to di, 1
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Wittters,'.
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lit the profits. Both groups will
sP d f ponsor ponsor.
. ponsor. devote the procee s or s
wild two-day
ing the r respective scholarslu
p e
59CYolarWs ithers died May 3 in
Z:ogimet,020frOl g, during
in the electric chaiFrriadtayLfeinrcoolene,!
commt
activities. Ht hos p ea ti e r tahn s AAt tclamn tai n s t roae to 1.1 goi an,
The special train will leave Pa
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following a long illness.
Mita City for Colon at 12:30 p.m. Col. Withers was native Of
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1004,000 to'establish a new May abl
ecord of 88,018,000, The rise was check than ever before.
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France. But hey said a snilt as a further seasonal gain in ag- the most heartening items in the .?,,,
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to Britain appeared ineVitable. ricniture employment. May report was the fact that fac- 16' ," ,. ':,,, ic
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LAKE ELEVATIONS: At worst, the crisis held the
possibility of France's Withdrawal The decline in unemployment tory employment rose by 100,000 k
dropped the jobless rate to 4.9 per to 18,100,000. Durable goods indus- i' -.., ,e
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of the labor force. It was tries, which were hit hardest by il.:111111,,
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Gatlin Lake .. ...... 83.24 Billotte, a delegate to the. Atlantic the tirst time the rate had fallen the recent .reeession, chalked up
Madden Dam .., ..... 216.02 Congress In London. Warned of below 5 per cent since November, nearly all of the increase.
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BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, JUNE 12 that possibility.
At best it will result in valuable Substantial gains also were' re real
al real rate was 5.3 per cent in ported by the' steel, primary met- I 4,v4 4,
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The departments also reported to rise this month because many 41. J!?1
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HS, ammo? RICHARD MURPHY ME110111101 3' low 11'100s, in ease of war, would have May, tnnnin" 290 for the &Pt' labor markets. Wolfbein said this 0':',, .4,4.
Time HI to leave France with their bomb- time. tch Average work week usually happens in June, but he
5. 4. omm arrafroanait some 1:24 ami- 2.0 ft. bays empty, stop off in Germany ,en ;net...Av.& 151p 19 minute, to noted that OM employment also .1,i, t),,
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