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Stil I:: ilin c10: Stud y
Arias In due time.
Meanwhile in London, Arias' wife
British prima ballerina Dan le Mar Margot
got Margot FOnteri was reported as hold,
ing out hope of hearing something
definite regarding her husband
"'within a few days."
When questioned regarding the
possibility of the government par pardoning
doning pardoning the,PerSODS involved in the
recent revolutionary outbreaks
here, Bazan Said "neither a pardon
nor an amneaty" could be expect expect,
, expect, taiak said the case et the at
Cu an ittystktrt- '11.1cl in
- Sammie falls was entirely eut of
his hands; bully insisted that
The' Cubans have that
they surrendered to the fact-finding
-cellulite tbe Organization
itmerico States Melt e are'
ire c.stigateibe isevasionto4
Atte,leque of bit govern-'
4,, A- ", A 7
Salsa, adaa tbat it Wes ,Sur.
prised 'at the attitude el 4 some
Panama-Mem whit have openly
tne Cuban in in.vaders,;
The snititster4 ills referred to his
recent-visit to,;Guateniala as an of official
ficial official observer at conference on
the suppression otCommunist ac activitiea
tivitiea activitiea in- the Central Anteritan
He said ,severat important meao meaotires
tires meaotires were adopted at the -conference
and that the PAllani111190 del delegation
egation delegation bad sepported the views
of the other Latin Amerleaa coun countries
tries countries regarding the control and
suppression of communist activi activities.
ties. activities. He said the subject of dlipems
To Advise Studenls
In PanCanal Jobs
An orientation meeting which
will feature it talk by Gov. W. E.
Potter is to be held Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 1:45 to 2:45 in the Per PerSonnet
Sonnet PerSonnet Training Center in Balboa
tor the 105 student assistants who
Ire employed this summer by the
The meeting, which is the first
of its kind for the Canal's student
assistants, is being called by the
Personnel Bureau to assist the
young men and women to find
their places in the complex Company-Government
In addition to -the talk by the
governor, personnel officials will
be on hand to answer questions
and supply information on the
manner in which the students'
vtork will be evaluated by super supervisors
visors supervisors at the end of the vacation
At the end of the meeting, each
of the student assistants will be
given a folder of reference ma material
terial material to take back to their lobs.
This year 105 student assistants
la both high school and college
Weis haye been employed by the
eompany !, government under the
annual student assistant program.
All of them svill have reported for
work by the end of this week.
New York Laundry
Of Plastic Bags
NEW YORE (UPI) -- A major
New York latmdry today' de destroyad
stroyad destroyad its entire stock of plastic
bags because of the suffocation
danger' to children.
Employes of the 'Pilgrim Laun Laundry
dry Laundry in Brooklyn dumped 3,500 of
the bag into an:incinerator after
tearing them to shreds. Paper
bags will be uked in their place.
At least four children have been
millocated. by plastic bags iti New
York Citr "this year. There also
hive been several suicides.
A request for safe-conduct for De. Roberto Arias, for former
mer former Panamanian Ambassador to London, by the local Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian Embassy is stili being studied by the Foreign
Minititer of Government and Jiistice Jose D. Bazan
revealed today during a press conference.
Bazan said he had no other information regarding the
matter but he supposed that Foreign Minister Miguel J.
Moreno Jr. would report on the-safe conduct request for
Arias ht Auk time.
tic relations with Russia was not
discussed at the conference.
Questioned about local Commu Communist
nist Communist activity, Bazan said the gov government
ernment government maintains strict control
and vigilance within the framework
of the constitution and the laws of
Librty Ship Limns
Toward Zone With
Danianed Prone Iler
4.11.00,-ton Liberty ship, en route
soUth from the US. Bacific coast,
today limping toward Balboa
with ,a damaged propeller and is
erpected to reach the,,,Canal Zone
esrly'neXt weekpit hex been,legik
Vnofficitil aoUrces "laid anis thi
thuttdown !Canal drydock 'facility
coat, handh sit a vessel but
there vital speculation that the 1
firm will attempt to replace the
damaged ropeller 'with-the vessel
afloat. The ship, the Ionian Lead Leader,
er, Leader, cork, a replacement aboard.
This will be the 'Second 'such oc occurrence
currence occurrence "here svithin a month. Re Recently
cently Recently a 2000-ton fruit boat reached
Cristobal imder similar circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, but in that case a replace replacement
ment replacement propeller was flown here
from the ,States bv the Air Force
and changeover effected ih dry drydock.
dock. drydock. C. Fertile & Co. are agents here
for the Ionian Leader.
Passengers On Two
An estimated crowd of 75 to 100
ship passengers gathered yester yesterday
day yesterday at the Cristobal offices of the
Italisn tine to request transfer ac accommodations
commodations accommodations from two Italian
passenger liners which remain
strikebound on the Atlantic side,
reliable Canal Zone sources report reported
ed reported today.
The two 10,000 ton ship, carrying
a combined total of more than 400
passengers, have been idled here
several days in sympathy with a
nationwide Italian maritime strike.
The Marco Polo is bound for San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Chile and her sister ship,
Antoniotto Usodimare. is bound for
During the enforced idleness
steward and purser services have
been maintained while numbers of
passengers and crew are reported
daily in Colon.
BONN. June 12--(UPI)--Econornics
Minister Ludwig Erhard to today
day today flatly contradicted a version
of events given to the West Ger German
man German parliament yesterday by
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. The
rift between the two leaders grew
Erhard told parliament Aden Adenauer's
auer's Adenauer's version may have given
them the impression that he, Er Erhard,
hard, Erhard, should "not have been sur sur'prised"
'prised" sur'prised" by the news that Adenauer
Iliad decided to stay on as chancel chancel'
' chancel' But Erhard inslited, as he has
all along, that he had no reason to
believe Adenauer p' would pull a
switch and that he was taken by
The point of' contention was
Adena uerts statement to parl'a
ment yesterday in a pneysl politi political
cal political debate that be had tuid his
ofr fillii.Okt ..
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HAVANA, Cuba, June 12(PI)
Premier Fidel Castro shook up
the Cuban cabinet today, including
the important posts of interior and
agriculture, in the face of growing
opposition to his controversial
scheme to carve up large planta plantations
tions plantations and farms.
Th; opposition came from some
members of the cabinet and from
large landholders. The U. S. gov government
ernment government also has expressed "seri "serious
ous "serious concern" about tbe agrarian
A total of five cabinet posts we're
affected by the shakeup announced
by the bearded revolutionary. who
overthrow dietstor Fulgencio Ba Batista,
tista, Batista, after a five hour session of
the council of mhfisters (cabinet).
In addition to the ministers of in inIterior
Iterior inIterior and agriculture. changes
were made in the ministries of
heclth, social welfare and state.
The shakeup elimaxed reports
that some of the ministers bsd
threatened to milt unless the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban agrarian reform law was mod modified.
ified. modified. Castro minimized the'-shakeun,
He told newsmen that such chang changes
es changes are "natural in a revolutionarv
government." He praised the out outgoing
going outgoing ministers for their services.
Castro said the outgoing minis ministers
ters ministers who held military ranks would
Te-enter the Cuban arrtlY He indi indiPiot
Piot indiPiot thil'Aildstiant relgtteltd. ti
bc,apnointed ,tes Alther,
posts Wen ;, 0-- lz
Although James Stephan, who
is known as "Butch," has been
confined to his home it Curundu
for the past eight months, he
hasn't missed a single day of
sPhool, which is more than most
of his classmates can say.
Young Butch bas been in a bo body
dy body cast, following surgery, for all
of this time. Ile has been taught
at home through arrangements
with the SpeciaL,,Education pro program
gram program of the Canal Doe schools.
This month his mother, Mrs, Eva
Stephan, told the Schools: Division
how much the home teaching
had meant to both her and her
In a letter to Henry L. Donovan,
director of the,Civil Affairs Bur Bureau,
eau, Bureau, Mrs. Stephan wrote:
"For the past eight months, my
son has been confined at home.
However. because of the Special
Education Pmgram, be has not
missed a single day of school. On
the contrary I feel that he bas
learned more than the average
chtld attending school.
"Mr. Wolf, Mrs. Rowe and Mrs.'
Karch have done far more than
iust their duty towards making
Butch's long confinement less
monotonous. I almost regret the
fact that we may not need your
help the coming year.
"So many Zonians have been
amayed that this romgram exists
down here. It is surely somethi,ng
the Zone can be proud of."
cabinet on May 14 that he had "90
per cent" made up his mind not to
run for president despite his ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the nomination about a
tti on th previously.
He also said he had spoken twice
with Erhard before Erhard went
to the tJnited States on a visit. Er Erhard
hard Erhard was in Washington when
Adenauer announced his change of
But Erhaid told parliament to today
day today there was a Christian Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party meeting liter May 14
in which the chancellor had agreed
to continue ag -presidential candil
date, that be spoke to the'obancel the'obanceltor
tor the'obanceltor oncenot twicebefore be left
for the United States, and tbat on
this bavis he had absolutely no rea reason
son reason to believe Adensuer would de decide
cide decide to stay on as head of governmant.
FINGER PAINTING tan be fun good, old messy fun and Cathy Goodrich, Chuck Norris,
and John Daniel Vosburgh are learning the art at tire Balboa Union Church's vacation school.
The final week Of worship and recreation begins Monday. New pupils may enroll at that time.
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Nearlyll-Million More Than Previous Mark
A new set -of records for Ca- cient to, assure all new records through the Canal- on commer commernal,
nal, commernal, transitso. tolls,. and cargo for the fiscal year period. dal vessels (luring tile first, 11
shipMents for, one, month was The amount of cargo shipped moans ot tins iiscal year navc
wtitten into the book during through the Canal is May total- aggregated 46,itw,fith tons.
May With figures in all three ed ,. 4.916,356 tons, more than With tonnage rutining bet betcategories
categories betcategories tar exceeding previ- 100,000 long tons more than the ter tnan 4,00J4100 mw,1113r,
MS marks. previous record set Oral last the ithi fiscal year totai wilt
March. top ou,600,00u tons icor toe
The May totals were suffi- Cargo ship m e n t s moved tirst &aft, In Canai insiory
Los Rio, Diablo Schools
Branded As Inadequate'
At their latest meeting the com combined
bined combined Pacific side Civic Councils
took a searching look at the high
cost of new Canal Zone housing
and strongly criticized Zone au authorities
thorities authorities for proposing to build
what council members termed
"inadequate" grammar schools for
the Los Rios and Diablo commu communities.
nities. communities. But despite the 'searching look
and prolonged debate on housing
the council session came up with
no sadsfactory answers.
New Canal Zone housing units
will not be cheap, according to
preliminary rent scales already
announced. Tor ekample, a typic typical
al typical three-bedroom unit in the La
Boca group now ,a building will
cost about $110 monthly, without
Following the lead of Robert
Malinger's repot on this merith's
Diable tovm meeting, the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Council voted unanimously
to invite housing expert Philip
Steers to appear at the next Dia Diable
ble Diable town moithog te justify pre present
sent present Cenal Zone rental scales.
The matter of new, grammar
schools also stemoned from Med Medinger's
inger's Medinger's Diablo town meeting re report.
port. report. The council areed empha emphatically
tically emphatically that proposed g r a ni m r
schools, a 12-room unit at Los
Rios and an 8-room for Diablo u unit,
nit, unit, would be incapable of absOrb absOrbing
ing absOrbing even a slight future enrollment
An emergency committee was
appointed and instructed to rend render
er render an early report in hopes of
forestalling premature construction
contracts of the proposed scboolo
are proved clearly inadequate.
Continuing a mood of skepticism,
the council also went on record to
criticize the Balboa High School!
auditorium nearing Completion be
Ike Sets Sunday
Flag Day Urges
WASHINtTON 'NFI) Preai Preaident
dent Preaident Eisenhower has prOelaimed
next Sunday as Flag Day. He
urged all Americans to display the
nag at their homes.
hind the fire station. Members
questioned that the 600-seat as assembly
sembly assembly hall is large enough to
adequately serve high school
In other business matters, the
council was divided in its reaction
to Gov. William E. Potter's recent
queryt made to community coun council
cil council presidents at an executive ses sesSALA
SALA sesSALA regarding air conditioning for
the Balboa commissary. Some
members doubted the added con convenience
venience convenience would be worth an esti estimated
mated estimated .36 per cent rise in food
costs air conditioning would cost.
Pacific Coast Council president
Sam Roe, Jr., presided at the ses sessioni
sioni sessioni held Wednesday night in the
Civil Defense room at Balboa
But Dynamite Mixer
Eip lodes-Two lalled
TAMAQUA, Pa. (1TOA dyna dynamite
mite dynamite mixing house at the Atlas
Powder Co: plant in nearby Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds was destroyed by an exolo exolosion
sion exolosion today. Two men were killed
and another was injured seriously.
A company spokesman said the
three men were the only persons
working in the mixing house at
The explosion occurred shortly
before 8 a.m., about two hours
after, a routine inspection showed
noental operating conditions, the
'The blast occurred before most
of the nearly 1,000 employes of
the sprawling plant reported for
work. The company said other
sections of the plant were not en endangered
dangered endangered because of the practice
of placing mixing houses distant
from other buildings.
through the Canal- on commer commercial
cial commercial vessels (luring idle Iasi, 11
moans ot fiscal year nave
aggregated 46,iiwtfilli tons.
With tonnage minting bet better
ter better tnan 4,0thitinio
the ma fiscal year totat wilt
top ou9600,00ii tons icor we
tirst t,ime, Canai insiory.
lids total win be ineleased
by ahoui. 1,uou,uttij tons
blo Schools ous may totalca
240, oi whic 11-7ottivo, Wab C01-
ieCteU on government sruppihg.
ThIS WA' tne thiru :wilsecative
'inadequate month (Alai. tOliS exceetleci the
four million marK lor boin
coliimercial anu govecil e
NcEseis anu tne tante when
tolls on cominercial ships alone
iind the fire station. Members
luestioned that the 600-seat as- exceeueo that ligure lOt (ME
tMbly hall is large enough to month.
dequately serve high school Toils for the entire fiscal ycar
ieeds. up through May totaten 02,-
403,505, nearly $2,000,000 aoove
Until now the schol system the previous year's record tig tighas
has tighas periodically rimted the Bal- ures. The previous racorti "-
boa, Theater for large assemblY mount of tolls for a fuil fiscal
events as well as for graduation year, set in F.Y. 19a3, has al alexercises.
exercises. alexercises. ready been topped this fiscal
Transits for this fiscal year
will exceed the record mark uf
9187 ocean-going commeraal
ships last year Jometime in
June. The total of ocean-going
transits fur the first 11 months
cf this year was 9048, of which
8859 were commercial vessels.
WASHINGTON, (UPD Tall,
slow-speaking Joel Montgomery.
12, el Denver, Colo., today be became
came became the first boy in five years
to win the Nat lona' Spelling
Joel won out over runner-up
Rubert Crossley, 13, of Center
Square, Pa., by coructly spell spelling
ing spelling "fanfaronade," which had
tripped Robert. Joel then cor correctly
rectly correctly spelled "catamaran."
The two boys battled it out
through six' rounds of tongue tonguetwisting
twisting tonguetwisting words that make up a
The victory for Joel, ft sev seventh
enth seventh grader, came in the 30th
round of the two-day bee and
after a see-saw battte in which
both he and Robert misspelled
the same word "vinalgrous."
Under the rules of the game,
the bee then continued and
Joel became the winner.
Elaine Hassell, 13, of Dallas,
Tex., was the last girl in, but
she misspelled "porphyry" as
Allan Lee Kramer, 13, of Lake
Worth, Fla., then went to the
sidelines when htt could not
handle the word "ratiocina
FT! West Agrees
1) Talks Mondav
Nightmare Of Alphabet Ends
With Denver Lad As Champ
GENEVA, June 12 (UPI) Russia's Andrei Gromyko;
refused to withdraw his one-year Berlin ultimatum today:
despite western warnings it would wreck the Big Nat
conference and summit hopes.
But the west agreed to meet him in one more secret
session Monday. There were strong private indicipioli indicipiolithat
that indicipiolithat the Russians might back down then.
Herter told Gromyko it is "important" that Soviet
intentions be "fully clarified... in order that we w9uld
know exactly where we stand from the point of view of any
continuation of our discussions.
At a Big Four open plenary session this morning,Grot
myko adopted a conciliatory tone and declared his' new
Berlin plan was "neither ultimatum nor diktat."
Ile said it was "a statement of
position which might, become a
basis for discussions-0n, the solu solution
tion solution of such itnportant questions as
the Berlin question and. an all-German
Then he turned right back to the
rejected provisions of his package:
withdrawal of western troops,
equality of East AO West Germs GermstrAtirttrfejrallttgltPar"!It'
trAtirttrfejrallttgltPar"!It' GermstrAtirttrfejrallttgltPar"!It' 11,11,t1P10- Tt: !- 411'
has been previoust'aald
mdie,than onset- Grom Yitn.
dered "the Soviet Union wank! nev:
er sign anv document which would
mean the nernetuation of the occu occupation
pation occupation regime in West Berlin.
"The Soviet Union regards the
exieenedo and nreotervation of the
occunmtion rpnime ss a riave
&floor rijk. in Berlin and in
Europe," he said.
As for his nno-venr deadline. he
cppailert thp 12 vpnr rennifies rennifiestion
tion rennifiestion gebe,4,,1" tly weqt.
ern nower, in the oricinal Germ Pn
PITTSBURGH (UPI)A motor.
ist discovered yesterday thtt it
doesn't pay to kiss a girl while
driving, -specially when wearing
Allegheny County Polk?. report reported
ed reported that an uni :entifiet. man
leaned over to kiss his girl friend
as he drove away from the Great Greater
er Greater Pittsburgh Airport. He lost
control of the auto and crashed
into a utility pole.
The womail required 14 stitches
to close a forehead wound caused,
police said, when the driver's
false teeth flew out from the force
of the crash and "bit" her.
tion." He put an "s" before the
"c." The word means reasoning.
The contest restimed yester yesterday
day yesterday with only 11 of the original
70 entrants, and Jeanette Mc McGhee,
Ghee, McGhee, 14, of JacKson, Ohio, was
the first to lose as the final
The young contestahts in the
contest sponsored by Scripps ScrippsHowared
Howared ScrippsHowared and other newspapers,
were slow and cautious in the
early rounds of the finai spell spelldown.
down. spelldown. They asked for repeated
pronunciations and definitions.
The second youngster to
give up under difficult words
was Cathy Coates, 13, of
Rocky River, Ohio. On the
third round, she missed on
"ephells." The nervous little
brunette spelled it "ephelus."
The third casualty was Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Ballard, 14, of Topeka,
Kan., on "additament." Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte tried "addithnent."
Irvin D. Gordon, 14, of Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, a freckle-faced red redhead
head redhead who thought "acaudal"
night be spelled "accoidal," was
tbe fourth victim. Irvin fihish fihished
ed fihished 44th last year.
"So in one case the western pow.
ers agree on setting a definitct title
limit and in other cases ther
fuse to agree to it," Gromyko said,
British foreign secretary SalwYn
Lloyd delivered the main reply for
the west. It was I timely rebuttal
to sharply increasec Soviet efforts
to drive a wedge between Britain
and -America hailed Mattiffiles
k tronitylto, -hag., Oaken '5: his ('
lookt lika ntistvitern,,jitttlith0;,,
pieces 4. glass itra,411 the same,..,,
and very' murk" they are,..nt that,7.
said Lloyd. ,; rt,.'
But "I still believe that it is not
beyond the ability of man to de devisp
visp devisp a formulq to deal with (Ber (Berlin)
lin) (Berlin) provided it is understoodthat
ue, the west for our part. cannot
ffive up, whittle down or dernesta
from our rights or from our juridi.
Psi position." he added.
"7 Tpin- Dogai
Changes of a minor nature
have been made in the Canal
Zone vehicular and traille reg,-
illations by amendments issued
at Balboa Heights oy Gov. IN:.
One amendment reduces-the
number of persons and vellicles
permitted in public parades or'
processions without police per.-
mits. Under the new regulaw
tions, such parades will be lini
Red to 60 persons and 15 vein veincies,
cies, veincies, with police permits being'
required for parades of larger
This amendment made rull
change in th elimitation
funeral processions which la 200
persons and 50 vehicles. Permits
are required for funeral proces processions
sions processions exceeding these limita limitations.
tions. limitations. Another amendment clesik
nates the Engineering and C011'
struction director as the offi official
cial official respdnsible for the design
and placement of all traf le
It also places control of the
assignment of reserved parking
spaces for official use under, the
civil Affairs director. This' :Cork.
trot will apply in all assignMept
with the exception of spun
for the parking of taxlcab4
busses and other commercial
Two young marines were' bled
Sto each in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today after the first, TA.
ert H. Kuhns, 21, was found gull;
ty of allowing an unauthorizod
driver to operate his auto. The ttne
licensed driver was Paul A.,Nesa,1
also 21 years old.
Reginald Douglas, 53, Barbados,
BM, was assessed $.5 for, beini
intoxicated in a public place an
tumble to care for his own safety,
Another Panamanian, 21 VW:
old Virgin', J. Vue Ives, waa
ed $10 for driving through an
tersection without exercising prop;,
cr caution. Vuelvas, a cab driver,
has made the 'necessary safety
stop but then proceeded although
another vehicle then had the right
of way through the intersectiotto
the Big Four'.
le more sect
" that el;ieri
hat we wayld,
At ss:Als. .1 am onaa
Arias In due
British, prima b
got FOnteyn WI
ing out hope of
"'within a few e
possibility of th
here, Bazan Sal
nor an amneet3
- laiatt- said i
Cuban 11 Wa der
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. ing .committee 4
1 -, America Si
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prised 'at .the i
tidal observet 1
tivitieu in- the i
He said sever
tires were dot
ence and that th
egation bad ant
of the other LSI
suppression of I
He said the s
, In PanCar
will feature it tt
Potter is to be 1
noon from 1:45
tor the 105 stud
are employed th
of ite kind for e
assistants, is be
young men atm
their places in
i In addition to
Se on band to
and supply int
manner in wh
vtork will be es
visors at the et
At the end of
of the student
s''' given a folder
terial to take bi
This year 105
le both high sc
Weis have beet
eompany .) gove
annual stUdent i
All of them svill
work by the en
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Employes d 1
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a, 53, Barbados, ,,
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iublic place and
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nal transitso, tolls, and cargo! tor the fiscal year period. cial vebseis inuring tile iirbt, 11 , .. -A al... 1
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THE PAA1L BOX
Will you please allow me a few lines in your newspaper tG
express publicly my higheEt appreciation and esteem to the doc doctors
tors doctors ana nurses of Gorgas, for the special care and kind aLten aLtention
tion aLtention I received during my four months stay in that institution?
Through this medium I want to assure the world that the
medical and nursing care at Gorgas is excellent. and eaual to
the best anywhere.
ty humble prayer is that God may bless them all and grant
them His grace to continue their noble professions for the ben benefit
efit benefit al mankind, and for joy and satisfaction to themselves.
This is an invitation to Admiral Parks to spare some of his
valuable time and pay the Rodman Public Works Dept. sheet sheetmetal
metal sheetmetal shop a visit and see for himself the splendid sheetmetal
work that is being accomplished by four local raters on his air
On entering the shop, one immediately sees each of these
four local raters at their respective wcrk benches laying out
intricate sheetmetal duct work such as off-sets. elbows, trnasi trnasi)
) trnasi) tions, etc. or consulting the blueprints.
The funny part of the situation is that each of these men is
holding his own where sheetmetal work is concerned, two of
wnom are rated as sheetmetal worker at $2.12 per hour whim
tile other two are rated as Rh'eetmetal worker limited at $.92
There is a heavy workload in the shoo, so the supervisor (in
name only) tried to get two more sheetmetal workers. only to
Da told bK the Central Employment Agency that none were list list)
) list) .ed with t e1n. One of the limited workers has more than 12 years
service in the sheetmetal shop while the other has over eight
xears and the puppets that overseer the shop has steadfastly
refused to even consider them.
--- it is a known fact by everyone that has been working at
Rodman that it has been many years since these four local rat raters
ers raters have been producing fifst class sheetmetal work. only to
- have the puppets receive the handshakes and praise from the
How about a shaking up in the Public Works Dept. Sheet Sheetmetal
metal Sheetmetal Shop at Rodman?
,1 ..,v' Neptune's letter Mail Box June 5) smacks a little too much
' -';'-'70t the grrn-eyed monster to be very convicing.
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, t '..?.: -f '' No doabt Neptune would relish changing places with a Pan Pan''
'' Pan'' ,., ----Ittna Canal pilot to the extent of going to a depository with his
l ';''''',::;'?,,,,, ;Granting ha, were qualified to steer a ship through the Ca
0 .4.. oitat4'which I do for the sake of charity, would green-eyed Nen Nen4
4 Nen4 ,:o -1.11 ii
, 4,., h Mare to change his working,hours for those of a Panama
d:,.14,..;!.,, Calla' pilot? This 41 doubtlaterv mileAusk,,s., 4.Ako,144,44,1,0 ,,,,:.,,,,,,,,A44,,44,1
, x,i-f'.-,1''.'t:triA 'rename Canal pilot' la Paid') to ali thst4the shirEaridtht
i '44-'flialuable cargo goes safely from one ocean to the other through
, c 444s,4-r
' c4-45,,,,Ope 'of the Seven Wonders of the World. This responsibilitt is
: ;1,--;placed upon a Panama Canal pilot to relieve the captain of a
Aiss,-, transiting Vessel of any worries while his ship is making tho
1 'I '''''' hazardous Journey. The trip is not always a placid one. Who can
, say how many accidents have been averted bv the quick think thinkr
r thinkr ing of a Panama Canal pilot. Not you green-eyed Neptune. nor I.
. Canal Co., has cananle Pilots to see his ship safely through tho
1 The owner of a transiting ship is ham, that the Panama
1, Canal Co. has capable pilots to see his ship safely through the
,, Canal. Needless to say the Panama CPnal CO. must protect itself
, from law suits due to Improper handling of a ship while in Ca Cal.
l. Cal. 4 nal waters.
It If one goes hunting or fishing in the Canadian wilds. they
44 do not trust their boat and gear with themselves. One hires an
s e)sperienced local guide. How much more then would not a ship
s owner want a guide familiar with the waterway and all its 'n 'nil
il 'nil stallations? 1
4, Be reasonable green-eyed Neptune. If you want to work a
4 t la-hour day with little or no time for social life of your own. You
, : ,---, can draw a pilot's salary providing you have the stability
4 h mental and physical and the trainincr to do the lob renuired.
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THANKS TO GORGAS STAFF
SHEETMETAL WORK AT RODMAN
'NEPTUNE AND THE PILOTS
jitiL Cliie WASHINGTON
LONDON The atortdc. bomb
today hangs crver Britain. You can
feel it in talks wiht British states statesmen.
men. statesmen. You can sense it In reports
from Geneva, where the foreign
ministers are conferring. It is very
much behind Selwyn Lloyd's deter determination
mination determination to compromise with An Andrei
drei Andrei Gromyko, Russian foreign
minister. You can detect it in the
speeches of British labor leaders.
1 or when 75,000 people crowded
Trafalgar Square as they did on
Easter to urge abolition of the
bomb, and again when stodgy
general and municipal workers un union
ion union members voted PF they did last
week that "the next labor govern government
ment government should take a unilateral ac action
tion action in ceasine the manufaetore of
nuclear wennons and Prohibiting.
the lige a All such weapons on
British territory." 'nig would ban
U.S. H-bornbers from British bas bases.
es. bases. You can also understand when
you see the gaping holes in blorkc
of the city of Londonboles oit
unrenalred from the awhil terror
of T-litler's 131177, bombs And thA 1P2,,
which almost knockpct tin rn,,Igne
before the end of Worm War TT.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Walter Winchell In
iLast week marks the anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of D-Day. Ironically, the oth other
er other day the papers retported: "Al "Alfriffici
friffici "Alfriffici Kropp may have a year's
prblongation of the Allied order
five years ago to sell off his vast
iron, steel and coal holdings,
break the industrial empire. Herr
Krupp has not and does not in intend
tend intend to sell his multi-million dol dollars
lars dollars properties.' In this ease,
the defeated have won the spoils.
Krupp will retain possession of
his massive empire. .The histo history
ry history of the Krupp induerial octo octopus
pus octopus has all the sinister aspects of
a murder yarn. It is compounded
of plots and counter-olots. It is
more fantastic than fictionSince
fiction is bounded by the dictates
of logicand the truth can be al-
most unbelievable. The story has 1
a tragically bizarre finales: Crime
naidand paid millions of dol.
Historically, the Krupp compa company
ny company played a major role in forging
Germany's military machines 'or
more than a century. Its influ influence,
ence, influence, however, went far beyond
the armament field. it actively
engaged in Germany's internal
politics as well as international
espionage and propaganda. .Ma .Many
ny .Many years prior to World War I, a
member of Krupp's board of di directors
rectors directors founded the Pan-German
Association. This organization
reached the German master-race
idiocy and proposed world domi domination.
nation. domination. It spent millions support supporting
ing supporting newspapers and other mass
communications media, Of course,
the Pan German Association
Deulschland-Uber Al les doctrine
was later adonted by tl-e Kaiser
as well as Hitler. And they were
financed by Krupp.
Krupp's Power was so immense
that in 1915 it compelled the U.S.
Navy to pav three times as much
for armor-nlate as European na nations.
tions. nations. At that time, Krunn con conJro
Jro conJro lind most of the wnrld's steel
nroducti4m. You either paid
Krupn's uriceor no steel. .Aft .After
er .After Germany's defeat in 1918
Krupp was forced to comply with
Allied demands that he destroy
his machinery. By the mid-1920s
Krupn had reorganized and our ournhased
nhased ournhased the Pofors armamnnt plant
sweden Through thn Bof or s
Works Krupp'was able to keen
intnet ita patents, licenses and
skills. When World War explod exploded
ed exploded the revived Krupp oreaniratinn
was strongenOtleb (through its
cartel aereements) to curtail
qtaininss stnel production tri the
Krunn always manare to pen penthe
the penthe peonomv of other na naions
ions naions vis subgidiarlea tt built 1ln
;floaireolrATTb,,.Ion, and Flgtbored
'All Trrono wng ft'poll0,1 p'SIT-vorl
7;on Ampr:ron loan "to enflarrn In
4$1. rnIrmin nr ring rral;t Art
111471in p ,,eara It
--t,p-1.,4 41, TT. e orea
in nel.ivare sod lifl 00
Thames hat INten tarrying the
treote of Pri lain.
Alone its hant,s Pritain's rarlia rarliamentarv
mentarv rarliamentarv government Ttas deyeloned
1ft-rim its swaddling elotbes.
rrhpotteh R window over Attlee's
ehopider T could see the tower of
oodort where Charles T. a klnet
who defied noonle. was beheaded
,s a lesson that neonie are more
imnortant thon monarehs.
A few blocks away, trains were
mining. out of Charine Cross sta station.
tion. station. carrying week-endersyoung
week-enders who had forgotten She
days when nitre same tra;ns
hrought the Nontli, and wounded
from thP battle fields of Ypres and
The stoonerl hut sorightht former
nritne m;niater of vneland. how however,
ever, however, bad not forgotten. gifting
there with the of Pritain
viciblv on his shoulders
Attlee e,Y, "se;nnee has brou"ht
thp world vprv elnqe torfether Th.1
nrice of nroninouity Is serrender
nart of our sovereignty."
In other words, the peonies of
the world must be orenared to
work to,yethor in common com community
munity community for the sake of peace.
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influence on steel production Lite.
That control was r:tained even
after World War Krupp chang
ed the name of its U. S. affiliate,
disguised it as a Swiss company
and continued operating.
rder Krupp was. not one of Hitler's
vast early supportIrs. Incredibly, i.s
officials considered him too lib liblerr
lerr liblerr era!! However, when the Feuh Feuhrer
rer Feuhrer demonstrated that his ideas
dol- were on a par witirthe medieval
ase, concepts of the Krupp klanthey
oils. became his most fervent backers.
of The company was empowered by
sto- Hitler to reorganize German incto-
dustry "in order to bring it into
s of agreement vial the political aims
ded of the Nazi Gov't.'
nee When the Nazi legions march marchstes
stes marchstes ed into Paris and the Luftwaffe
al- controlled the skies over ,Etirope
has the Krupp Wroks Publicly gloat gloatime
ime gloatime ed: "After World War without
dol. !arousing any suspicions. Krunn e erected
rected erected secret laboratories. Even
the Allied snooning commissions
were duped. After filo ascoision
'Pa' in power of Adolf Hitler, Krupp
"g lincl the satisfaction of being a a'or
'or a'or 'hie to renort to the Fuehrer that
flu- Krupp stood ready, after short
ond warming-un period. to begin the
- rearmament of the German peo peo.nal
.nal peo.nal Pie.
One consequence of Krupp's se secret
cret secret research was a weapon that
came close to making Hitler's
mad dreams a realitythe V 2
All the thunder and agony of
war never silenced the ringing of
Krupp's cash registers around
the world. During World War II
Krupp's record of brutality Was
not much different than the grim
story ot Buchenwald. Krupp en enslaved
slaved enslaved 72,000 foreign workers and
nrisoners-of war during World
War These unfortunate people
were tortured and murdered bv
the Nazis' "extermination through
starvaticn and overwork plan"
decreed by Hitler for all concen concentration
tration concentration camp inmates.
When Allied hammer-blows be began
gan began bringing Hitler to his knees,
Nazi, moneybags spearheaded bv
Krupp officials hatclted plans to
save their industrial empire s.
They decided to deploy economic
reserves around the world, espe especially
cially especially among so-called nuetral na nations.
tions. nations. This was a replica of the
post-World War I plan which had
been so effective.
n the Summer of 1944 ea secret
meeting Wis held in Lisbon. ti
included representatives of British,
French, German, American Ita Italian.
lian. Italian. Swiss and Spanish indus industrialists.
trialists. industrialists. The conferences were
rhairmanned by Krupp chiefs.
The aim of the meeting was to
protect-German interests abroad
and to secure ample funds for
the puri:osek of continuing Ger German
man German military research. Sepcifical Sepcifically,
ly, Sepcifically, they decided to create small
research bureaus in neutral na naions
ions naions near water-power sites un undcr
dcr undcr the guise of studying hydro hydroelectric
electric hydroelectric resources.
The strategy blueprinted at the
Lisbon meezing was ,fully docu documented.
mented. documented. These documents. now in
the files of S, Army Intelli Intelligence,
gence, Intelligence, include this significant
statement: "The Nazis recognize
that certain of its best known
leaders will be condemned as
war criminals. But ipdustrialists
are sure to find safe places in
research bureans for less conspi conspicuous
cuous conspicuous but more important members."
Krupp's postwar strategy should
not be news to Washington. The
S',te dep',t files .1pclude Ws:
"German industrialists and the
G,rman military, 'realizing that
victory can no longer be attained,
are now develoning postwar com commercial
mercial commercial nrolects. are endeavoring
to renew and cement friendehin.
in foreign commercial circles."
Krupn's resurgence has proved
the success of its postwar strategy.
Shortly aft'r World War an
American tribunal convicted Ferr
v'rutsn as war criminal when
the Krunn firm was found quiltv
employed slave labor.
He was sentenced to 12 years im
orisonment. but the United States
coromoted 01- term in 1g51 ofte
he had served approximately halr
Krunnts managint! director,
Berthold Beitz. makes ne.riodic
Novi- vork and wasfitoff wasfitoffton.
ton. wasfitoffton. HP has Veld meetinds with
of our legding political and
indostripl leadnrs. 7runn nOW
1,10 business ties with some of
America's top companies.
Alfried Krupp is one nt the rich
t",en in the world WiS IA St
q 11 mu.t raise the loudest
laulb in Hell.
I ILATTLIC: LIZ I
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GUATEMALAN OFFICERS VISITDuring a tour cif Fort Kobbe, Col. Agustin Donis Kest ler,
chief of staff of the Guatemalan Army, inspects a gas mask at D Company (Walker) 34th
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Mere Thought Stimulates Human Body
To Produce Powerful Defense Chemical
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UPI) ---
A mere thought causes human
body chemistry to produce a
powectul,, defensive chemical,' a
research acientist told the annual
meeting of the American Medical
The notion is not new but Dr.
Harold G. Wolff elevated it to the
stature of fact for the first time
by' producing the chemical which.
had been isolated from the arm of
a man at the moment he was con convinced
vinced convinced that the arm was about to
This thought-produced chemical
has been proved highly potent in
more ways than one. It can en enlarge
large enlarge blood' vessels and lower
blnod pressure. It also can flood
local tissue with watery' fluid, in increase
crease increase local sensitivity to pain,
and set the skin to itching.
, Wolff took all this to mean that
-could 'use the "highest"
levels of' their brain to increase
the susceptibility of any body part
to injury and to heighten the local
inflaMmation,,r,esaltkng ftons that
All this is.extremely useful in
holy defense against injury from
the outside, Wolff pointed out.
"Enhanced, inflammation has
been shown to be effective in
combatting invasion by micro microorganisms
organisms microorganisms and in the rapid elim elimination
ination elimination of the tissue breakdown
products of injury," he said.-
Wolff referred to the psychoso psychosomatic
matic psychosomatic diseases, about which there
is much controversy in medicine.
Some scientists, the "organicists,"
insist that the mind plays a minor
role if any and the diseases are
due to tnahfunctions of the physi4
cal body. Wolff's Otperhiriental re results
sults results were, therefore, a challenge
to the "organicists."
His experiments were with 13
men and women all of whom were
normally healthy PUMA three
who were Infected with,hives. The
13 were hypnotized 40 times, not
because hypnosis was essential
for what hapnenel. but only be because
cause because a suggested thought took
root more readily in a hynnotized
mind than in one subieet to all
the normal distractions from
While hypnotized. these 13 were
told that one of their arms was
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All activities of the Manna Bi Bible
ble Bible Institute of Panama are at
present under the direct supervi supervision
sion supervision of the Rev. Waldaba H.
Stewart, Dean of the institute.
and member of the board, of di directors
rectors directors Rev. Stewart has assign assigned
ed assigned committees from the student
body to various factors of the
school's activities aa an adminis administrative
trative administrative measure.
Chairmen of the pertinent coin coin,
, coin, mettes are as follows: Joseph
Bishop, program; Mrs. Mary
Yard, social welfare; Mr. Leon
Brown, public relations. Mrs. O Olive
live Olive Victor, has been na med
musical director. A graduation
committee has also been assign assigned
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duation graduation this year. The committee
comprises all fourth 'yert stud students.
ents. students. The ROCial weliare committee
recently planned and carried out
a joint spiritual retreat with the
Bethel Mission Church, Paraiso,
at the Experimental Gardent, at
Summit. All primary arrange arrangemeats
meats arrangemeats were made by the dean,
who is also Pastor of the Churchl
' mentioned, vh retreat kineraryl
was planned by Mrs. Mary Yard,
Chairman et the committee.' I;
The khools wild-year progratn1
has alto been planned for July1
424 at Geddes Hall. Tick ets
, are expected to be on tile SOOn.
" The program committee is plan-1
irking an entertaining tchedule of
items this year, with the hope thatl
it will meet the approval of
the anticipated audience. 1
unusually sensitlive to injury but
the other was unusually immune
to injury and pain. In some ex experiments
periments experiments it was the lett arm
which was more sensitive than the
other; in others it was the right.
This switch was made in the same
individuals in different hypnotic
When these thoughts were im implanted
planted implanted in their minds, a warm
iron was applied to the arms. It
was merely warm. With striking
regularity, the- arms which were
thought to be sensitive produced
redness, inflammation, ant' even
blisters and traces of scar tissue
at the spots were the iron was
applied, whereas the same iron
at the same mild temperature did
nothing to the Immune" armi.)
All subjects Were hooked up to
instruments which showed that
body chemistry was involved
deeply in the reactions. One sub subject's
ject's subject's tissues at the point of con contact
tact contact were "perfused" that is, a
needle put a fluid into the tissues
and another took it out, after it
had absorbed whatever body
thqiiiiettleI,WerifrIctive in those
From this fluid was isolatel
minute quantities of the heretofore
unknown body chemical which
produced a whole range of de deknsive
knsive deknsive chemical reactions in
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Saturday July 4 is the day set
for a mid-year picnic at Fort
San Lorenzo by the Bethel Mis Mission
sion Mission Church in Paraiso.
Fort San Lorenzo, located on
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tions attractions for tourists. The fort has ni
recent years been undergoing
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GALVESTON. Tex. (UPI)
Louisiana Gov. Earl Long was
scheduled to talk to three court courtappointed
appointed courtappointed lawyers today about his
sanity hearing next Tuesday.
The meeting was to take place
in Long's room at the John Sealy
Hospital where is is undergoing
court ordered psychiatric treat treatment.
ment. treatment. The three la wy er s are Fine
Bedford, Adrian Ledy Sr., and
Jean Hosey, a former Texas state
representative. Long hasn't indi indicated
cated indicated whether he will let these
three attorneys handle his case,
or if he will get his own lawyers.
Nor has the Louisiana chief ex executive
ecutive executive indicated whether he will
show up personally at the hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Probate Judge Hugh Gibson or ordered
dered ordered Long held for mental
treatment for 14 days at the re request
quest request of the governor's family
after Lone refused to voluntarily
submit. The court said Long was
"dangerous" and should be "im "immediately
mediately "immediately restrained."
To be held against his will fur further,
ther, further, the governor must be given
a full fledged hearing.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Long, in a
magazine article, said she expects
her husband to hit the campaign
trail again, waving a health cer certificate
tificate certificate to show he's the only can
To Marry American
KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI)--The
royal family has consulted the
stars, the priests and men of state
and has come to a de cisio n;
Prince Basundhara may not mar marry
ry marry Lynn Waldron of Cleveland.
The dediberations upset the
royal household for three months
before the decision was arrived
at last week. The prince has de decided
cided decided to comply.
Such a marriage surely would
have been the first of its kind
in the 2,000-year-old Bikram dyn dynasty,
asty, dynasty, which claims as its ances ancestors
tors ancestors the sun and the moon.
Members of the Hindu royal
family strongly protested one of
their members marrying a Chris-1
tian girl, and King Mahendra, af after
ter after consultation with astrologers
and others, gave the final word.
He told his brother, the prince,
that he was free to continue hisi
friendship with Miss Waldron but
marriage was out of the question.
Miss Waldron eame here Jan.
13, 1958, to see the. country as
a tourist and was Introduced to
They met from time to time
during Miss Waldron'e hvo-werk
stay but their romance did riot
really flower until the prince went
to New York last September. He
met Miss Waldron there and they
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The notice front K-Listo Kilovatio,
reproduced above, is beirtg attached
to service bills which have been
unpaid for 60 days or more.
This friendly reminder by
your faithful servant, K-Listo,
lets his customers know that
it will be necessary to
suspend his services if overdue
accounts are not settled soon.
didate who ean actually prove
She wrote in a copyrighted ar article
ticle article in Life magazine that she
knew her husband was heading
for a breakdown eight months ago
when he suddenly became "nb "nbsessed
sessed "nbsessed with that fourth term" and
"started to driv himself un unmercifully."
mercifully." unmercifully." She said he became unable to
sleep, abused his closest friends
and "little things started to worry
him." He took up smoking, which
he had given up "years ago be because
cause because of a thrombosis condition"
and stopped eating, she said.
Mrs. Long said that at one point
"he even admitted to me that he
was a sick man and needed to
get away to hospital for a long
rest, but he always had some something
thing something more important to do."
"It finally had come to the
point where he wasn't walking
anymore," she wrote. "He was
just shuffling around where he
used to walk proudly. Any
day I expected them to call me
to tell me he had dropped dead
in the street."
US State Dept.
On Vienna Fete
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
State Department yesterday cau cautioned
tioned cautioned youths planning to attend
the Seventh World Youth Festival
in Vienna this summer that they
may be used as propaganda dupes
by the affairs Communist spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. The Department noted that the
festival is being held outside the
Iron Curtain for the first time in
12 years, apparently in an at attempt
tempt attempt to give it an aura of re respectability
spectability respectability throughout non-Communist
But the department, in a state statement
ment statement outlining government policy
on the festival, pointed out that
Communist dominated organiza organizations
tions organizations sponsor the gatherings. It
said these organizations have
been discredited by free world
The Vienna festival Is to be held
from July 26 to Aug. 4. Some
17,000 students, ranging in age
from 16 to 35, are expected to attend.
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1:41arl El '71Kr
tt Mrs- Anne Pennock
) To it Honored Tuesday
? 1 Mrs. Ann& Pennock will be guest
of honor at the monthly social of
Smblem Club 52 Tuesday even eveni
i eveni at -7:30. The event will be
, d in the Surf Room of the Coco
' lo Breakers Club.
Hostesses will Peggy Keller, RI RI1
1 RI1 ta Cave and Hildegard Turner.
Mrs. Spencar Edwards
, Hortersd At Lunchoon
IMrs. Rkhard Wayne Coy of
Balboa was hostess at a luncheon
this week honoring Mrs. Spencer
i for that clean, 11
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7 DIRS.,SALPH R. BROWNING IS HONORED 1 -
:4' ST F41REWELL SOUVENIR SHOWER AT FORT CLAYTON
1' Mrs. Luther C. Wyrick was hostess at a surprise souvenir
k; shower at her Fort Clayton home this week honoring Mrs,
i Rai R. Browning, past vice president of the Clayton NCO
' Wives Club. Mrs. Browning and her family will leave the
I hthmus soon for Alabama, where MSgt. Browning will be
Among guests attending the shower were Mrs. Clarence
Swanson, Mrs. Donald Zels, Mrs. John Scott, Mrs. Joseph
' Hill, Mrs. Guy Hall, Mrs. Chester Jadick, Mrs. Charles
- Searles, Mrs. Paul Hollingsworth, Mrs. Reginald Trusco,t,
.):: Mrs. Elmer Shannon, Mrs. William Hull, Mrs. Johnie Bullock,
's Mrs. David Stout, Mrs. Thomas Manice, Mrs. Raymond Long,
'') Mrs. William Freeze and Mrs. Clifford Farmer.
01 : To An M4141bers
B. P. O. ELKS
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'Too are cordial; invited to attend the Flag pay
Services to be conducted by Lodge 1414 at the BAL BALBOA
BOA BALBOA STADIUM at p.m. Sunday June 14.
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Continental Chinaware in
A large selection of full lead
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Edwards, who has enroute to Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica to join her hu3band On his
new assignment. --Th! -luncheon
was given at the Fort Amador Of Officer
ficer Officer Open Mess.
Included in the guests were Mrs.
Francis A. Reiman of Qurundu
and Mrs. Bernard Dorfman of
Fashion Show Wednesday
By Atlantic Newcomers Club
The ballroom of the Fort Gulick
NCO Club will be the scene of a
fashion show next Wednesday
evening at7:30 p.m. Members of
the Atlantic Side Newcomers Club
will model fashions from Mach'
Plans for the show were com completed
pleted completed at the June meeting of the
club's executive board at the Foil,
Davis home of Mrs. Donald Kloe.
Members attending were Mrs.
Roy Lindquist, Mrs. Wilber Whit Whitsell,
sell, Whitsell, Mrs, Ted Brown, Mrs. Philip
Judson, Mrs. Ronald Moore, Mrs.
Robert WIlcox,,flrat,,Deanis Boni Boniface,
face, Boniface, Mrs. George Henning and
Mrs. Earl Van Buskirk.
It was amiouneed at the meet,
ing that the proposed trip through,
the Canol will be postponed until
September due to the Locks con conversion.
version. conversion. Seven new club members
M A r'
PANAMA CAMPO ALEGRE COLON
TONIGHT! the exciting
FASHION SHOW of
Rose Marie Reid
p.M. in the Cabana Club
8 lovely modelsspecial barbecue
Music for dancing (Conjunto Panama)
DOOR PRIZES-3 Rose Marie Reid
Swim Suits -- Admission SLOO
FRIDAY AFTERNOON TEA
todav 5-7 p.m. in the Souti
an enjoyable time for both
todav 5-7 p.m. in the South patio
an enjoyable time for both men
k- MIDNIGHT CUB
.1 Saturdays 12 to 3 a.m.
Cristobal Muficz at the ortanin the
Balboa Bar the late crowd
Beginning Sunday. nightly except, MondaY
STEAK dinner service in Um South
, lounge "The Pare Hada Tropical"
complimentary night cap at 3 a.m.
annOunced by the board are Mrs.
F. D. Ramirez, Mrs. E. G.,Went
worth, Jr., miss Gene laMalt
Mrs. James Tho nto n, Mrs.
James Angeles, Mrs. Simon Woeg Woegens
ens Woegens and Mrs. Holey Wesley.
Ars, Walt Reinheimer and Mrs.
Vantine will be hostesses for the
next reguiar nweung, to be an announced
nounced announced soon.
Sunday B roe kfa st
Served At MB
Breakfast will be served Sunday
froM 9 a.m. to noon at the USO USOJWB
JWB USOJWB in Balboa. Servicemen and
their families are invited to drop
in for refreshments and to meet
'Homo From College'
Dance Sunday At AVB
The Balboa USO-AVB will spon sponsor
sor sponsor a gala "Home from College"
danct,- Sunday evening at 8 st
the Armed Forces Service Center.
Servicemes andtheir families are
invited to meet students from the
Zone and Panama, Who have re returned
turned returned for summer vacations.
Refreshments will be served,
and Pete's Combo will play for
. (Continued on Page 5)
Find flew Thrill
An Open Grave
TAMPA (UPI) Tampa teen.
agers have a new attractrionthe
most. gruesOme one of all.
It's an open grave containing a
human skeleton, and it's been
drawing the teenage crowd for
raore than two weeks.
AAd now that the word has got gottoil
toil gottoil around, it's drawing a lot of
The grave of the woman, who
died 31 rars ago at the age of
22, is in Centrao Austiriano Cem Cemetery.
etery. Cemetery. Officials said they had
closed the vault twice in the last
two-weeks, but veiskialsiceep open openlig
lig openlig it up agaiik
he vault is open at the head headstone,
stone, headstone, exposing the skull and the
hands. Police have staked out men
to catch the vandals, but have had
One 10-year-old from a nearby
playground advised that the re reins
ins reins neer ilusionlisoh .11sittme, son,1
1 lion 'weklaV8-1,5044010 tee
hair over the face and the fingers
were like leather," the boy said.
2 shows nightly
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29 German king
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4 Growing 'out
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10 Century plant
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26 Fit tor
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Federal Civil Rights Commission
announced Thursday it will hold
public hearings in Shreveport,
La., next month- to investigate
charges that Negroes were barred
from voting in northwest Louie LouieMIL
MIL LouieMIL It voted 5-0 to open the hear hearings
ings hearings July 13 after Louisiana offi officials
cials officials refused to allow commission
investigators to examine voting
records. The commission, said. it
had 68 sworn complaints frorh
Negroes in nine parishes (coun (counties)
ties) (counties) in the northwest section.
All the negroes charged. they
had been denied the right to reg register
ister register or vote because of color.
The hearing will be the second
into: alleged...discrimination in vot voting
ing voting IbOcause of race.-The-commisSiOn,
held' headv0 in Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., last December after
state officials refused to make
voting records available.
A commission spokesman said
narish registrars refused to allow
investigators to check the Louisi Louisianal
anal Louisianal lbooks. Faced ovith,044re ovith,044retuselP
tuselP ovith,044retuselP he said, the Conimisslon. at
a Meeting in Chicago last month
ordered the staff to confer with
Louisiana Gov. Earl K. Long.
He said the staff officials had
conferred with Long, now recelv recelving
ing recelving psychiatric treatment in a
Texas Hospital, and with the
statpttorneygeneraLIA att effort
to k at the voting'.rientilCof
the nine parishes.
According to the commission
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35 Naval Weer
40 Betel imbue
43 Of the
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43 Nevada city
32 Ham. and --
IMAM AMA NAM
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Civil Rights Commission Will Probe
Charges Negroes Barred From Voting
,. 0 'm,
spokesman, the commission rep representatives
resentatives representatives reached an under understanding
standing understanding with the attorney gen general
eral general that he. would try to help ob obtain
tain obtain the information if the com commission
mission commission specified whit 'it wanted.
As a result, the spokesman
said, the commission sent 315
questions to the attorney general
about three weeks ago. He said
the questions had not been an answered.
swered. answered. The Shreveport hearings will be
open to the public unless a wit witness
ness witness asks to testify in secret.
There are six members of the
civil rights commission. 0 n e
member, who was not identified,
abstained from voting when the
group decided to hold the hear hearings.
ings. hearings. The commission spokesman said
complaints have been received
from the following parishes: Cad Caddo,
do, Caddo, Webster, Dienville, ,Bossier,
Claiborne, De Soto, Jackson, Oua Ouachita
chita Ouachita and Red River.
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suggested "stifling th,,i sartrial
saber-rattliig" of the Russians by
Isending sonie of the latest West West1
1 West1 ern fashions to the East. "Export
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And here would be little chance
4if i e RussteN7ateam rolld
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' SOUTH (D)
North and South vubterable
South West North East
1 te 146 Double 2
2 N.v. Pass 3511 Pass
Opening sleadr-, 3
Donald Parson's, "Fall of the
Cards" is the latest bridge boc
It analyzes 100 bridge,. hands.
They are all old friends that have
appeared in the tame or very si similar
milar similar from in this Column find
other bridge writings over the
years but they are treated with a
sprightly freshness and many 11-
,lustrate points of play that are
apt to be overlooked.
He stzesses safety plays to
make your contract. Thus in one
hand South is declared- at three
no-trump after a spade overcall,
by West,,a double by North and a
diamond rescue by East.
South wins the third diamond
lead and notes that he can afford
to lose a trick to the king of
spades if West holds it but can cannat
nat cannat let East get the lead for those
two good diamonds. West ought
to hold the ldng of spades for his
overcall but who cares. South
pies dummy's ace of spades,
drops East's singleton king and
maltes five no-truthp.
How does he make live no notrump?
trump? notrump? A simple squeeze against
East does the trick. On the fourth
spade lead East has to unguard
either the aueen of clubs or the
jack of hearts.
QThe bidding has been:
North Eaat South Wed
Id Pass 2 N.T. Pass
3 do Pass 3 Pass
310 Past 4 do Pan
I4 Past ? 0
You, South, bold:
What do you do?
ABid four no-trusm This
cannot be read as Blackwood but
merely Is the cheapest bid You
can make. Your two no-trump
Your- partner bids five spades
over your four no-trurnp. What
do you do now?
VittStiAbt tirrn ifiY (UPI)
U.S. Air Force Capt. Guy M.
Allphin, 34, of Arlington, Kan.,
was killed when a C-47 transport
plane crashed into the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean Sunday about 60 miles
northwest of the U.S. Wheelus Air
Basfr,Libya, the 4ir Force an annrnc,
nrnc, annrnc, d 4iYednesday.
'tare in hearty beef brotb to
give'YOU more nottriShment
....more delicious tlavor.
s so much
Sy DOROTHY KIOAlit.LIK
Yul Brynner aid
wife, Virginia Gilmortk,areet -far
from annotmcing a ,partingrAtv be
followed by legal steps. !-Their
marriage had been in and out;:iii
trouble ofr a period of year.4;
Conflicting reports On the atate of
Kay Kenoall's health have dis-'
tressed her 136-yea-old grand..
mother, former Gaietr girl Marie
Kendall. The London clinic wherel
Kay is being treatedjus issue&
a bulletin referring to ter ailment
as bronchitis, her,AoctOri-:DX
Carl Goidman calla it:anemia,
and husband Rex 'Harrison lays,
it's "congestion of::the lungs,"
The titie of GiligerRogers'oem
oirs is ovntradictect etotcytne she:
goes to El Morocceksdilr.V: bean,
she'll cal the booleN"WcmItDageg,
Don't Ask Me"V:-::,",;$11;:gine01,s
stunning date at-ttirlstetgropole
just before hc flew-14-'Australla
for a personal appearance tour
was gina Quesada, pint-sized
Cuban flicker acterss, just-19, Al Alter
ter Alter digging Marian McPartland
and Buddy Rich in the new up upstairs
stairs upstairs jazz room, she made the
mousine trip to Idlewild to kiss
Sal goodbye. .Producer Pandro
Berman and his wife:. will:,mark
their 32rd wedding' anitittersary
next month in a rather macabre
fashion; they'll file for divorce.
Local cameramen have been
discouraged from taking. tictures
of Ingemar Johansson and his
"fiancee Brigitte Lundgren, but
photos of the loving coupletaken
at the Catskill resort where he is
training- appear almost dallY in
the European newsnapers. Stel Stella
la Stella Stevens, one of the beauties in
"Say One for Me," is going to
make it in a way no other Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood star has managed so far.
She plans to be known as "the
girl with the changeable eves,"
and has equipped herself with a
SUODIV of contaetlerses that can
switch her orbs' to' brown;'
green. or nuroli. cltinending'Oti her'
costume or mood. (Her' own peep peepers
ers peepers are blue.)
Vivian Blaine's friends are
spreadino thP news that her elone elonement
ment elonement with Milton Rackmil (of 1.7-I
WIWI and Decca Records) mark marked
ed marked her retirement from. show
business, although., she didn't
make any kind of roleon stage
Ar in movies. John Ringling
North is suing, Paramount for
sie5.000 claiming they owe him
that much for Ms oarticination in
"The Greatest Show On Earth."
Johnnie ,BaY's litt tithe
Latin Quarter really, xuns, thk
gainntfrom 1,is own earthy eorn eornposition,
position, eornposition, "Whisky and Gin"
which wax banned bv the networks1
a few years ago, to the adora adorable
ble adorable Lerrer-t newe tune, "Thank
Heaven for tittle Girls."
Michele IVPrPen, has been deny denying
ing denying recent renorts about
'her alIPPAd plAYot in ellvnece'aetei
Henri vide. but intimates insist
she will CP.1r f--edom this Sinn
mPr although she'll refuse to ad admit
mit admit the big. sten until the actual
court session convenes.
They say she nromised to keen
the snlit a secret as long as boot
in a loyal effort tn bolster Henri's'
screen career with her Mini nres nresflee
flee nresflee in the cinema.. .Nat King
Cole's album, "Cole Espafiol."
sold half a million copies during
his tour of 35 South American ci cities
ties cities staggering export talLY
for a pop artist.
Foreign intrigue note:- The
Kremlin has ordered a subscrip subscription
tion subscription to Confidential magatin0.
Guy Lombardo and Leonard Rus Ruskin.
kin. Ruskin. nroduPers of "The Song
of Norway." are grating on each
rcrweg sppmg !Ruskin
has taken over the actual produe produetint),
tint), produetint), reins. altboiteh- boih, are
e. .The next reallPlieniational
rocket shot will be a missile-, dea
NOT a Special Sale
BUT REGULAR PRICES
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Prices in Panama. ',' OUR
I Brands 2 30 1.35
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666 that cost evlrywhere 5.30 339
ands that cost everywhere 4.30" 2,93
ands that cost everywhere 6.25 4.41
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Brandi that cost evlrywhere 5.30
Brsnds that cost everywhere 4.30
Brands that cost everywhere 6.25
tined te ftrbit. arowid the ,!plaset
Venus.- -; '''4.11i;;;;;;
It looki 4ohnnY
the crooner ewe married to Lath Lath.1112
.1112 Lath.1112 Grsyson, 0.)out -
other bride. Hie current wife, ths
former Shirley Carmel of Flori.
da, Jab a mood to'. become a ba
chelor girl, again-, r-zhe "DestrY
'Rides Again" cast is a bit miffed
at' Andr.Griffith When be appear appeared.
ed. appeared. on the Perry Como 'rv hows,
bil failure to mention Ms co-stars
(Dolores Gray and Scott Brady)
Was zest coospicous.
Rod), Graziano' pulled out of
his scheduled Summer stock debut
is Iliff.'0,,!Roberts,".' -explatzdng
he ready Yet," which proba probably'
bly' probably' is devastatingly accurate.
',Carol Haney 'and her spouse,
Blyden, broke up he late
customers at Julius Monk's Down Downstairs'
stairs' Downstairs' when they did an im impmmptu
pmmptu impmmptu act 'with marvelous Rus Russian
sian Russian accentsbut from the point
of view: of a joke Texan. (Sorry,
further enplenations possible.)
Julius wcuid like them to de it
steady turn at his placeL something
in the winner of the Betty Comden-Adolph
Green concert, -when
Ronny Graham departs.
.The Johnliraynes lost the ex ex'pected
'pected ex'pected baby. Anna Kashfi seems
to be having oodles of fun spend spending
ing spending Marlon B ra ndo's alimonY alimonYShe
She alimonYShe was quiet one not given. to
splurging. on clothes., when, Abe
and Marlon were Mr. and Mrs.,
now she ippears to have a com completely
pletely completely diffsrent outlook on life.
.What's this?f ? Fred Astaire
Isn't haying Barrie Chase as his
vis-a-vis on his October Tv spee speetaculsr.
taculsr. speetaculsr. when she was so effee
tive on the Emmy-ivinner
Flatly Refuses Any
ATLANTA UTP1)--Gov. Ernest
Vandiver restated flatly Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday that'"we don't plan to accept
any integration in Georgia."
Vandiver, who began a four fouryear
year fouryear term last January, coin coinmented
mented coinmented at a news conference on
,the plea of Virginia Gov. J.
Lindsay Alniond Jr. that his state
,not abandon its public schools.
Prince Edward County, Va., has
shut off funds te opecate' public
schools because of court-directed
integration of. clauroome.
"Georgia is a different state,"
Vandiver said. "We don't plan to
accept any integiation Geor-,
Vandiver s fOrces in the Legs-'
lature strengthened Georgia's anti-integration
laws in the session
this year. Georgia lew provides
for immediate closing of schools
whirh are fareil,,with integratiOn integratiOntiers.
tiers. integratiOntiers. --
' two-judge federal court last
week held that segregation ,Its
Atlenta's public school system is
unconstitutional and told the eity
school board to draw up plans for
desegregation within a reasonable
Governor Vandiver add added
ed added that he probably will have
further 'school recommendations
for the 1960 Legislature next Jan Janua
ua Janua ry.
"We'll premerve our public
schools if possible," he said. But
he said if it becomee neceosary
Georgia would put into effect a
private school plan whereby state
tuition grants would be paid to
pupils 'to attend segregated pri private
vate private schools.
MELPAR GETS CONTRACT
PITTSBURGH WM) MelPar,
Inc. a subsidiary of Weetinghouse
Air Brake Co. said it has receiv received
ed received an Air Force letter contratt for
weatIona nvome ornulators total.
log .init!ally $2,500,000.
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us Monk's Down DowneY
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began a four fourJanuary,
January, fourJanuary, corn corns
s corns conference on
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oral court last
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Ars, Walt Reinheimer and Mrs. 29 German kW Mall Mat Mall
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36 Hebrew MIN MIN Conflicting reports en the 'date of chelor girl, again.,-4:-.The "Destry
Kay Kenciall's health have dlie 'Bides Again" cast is a bit miffed
ounced soon. ile A K 4
ascetic. tressed her 136-yea-old grand at' Andy,':Griffith When he appear appear-
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, mother, former Gaiety' girl Mario ed, on the Perry Como Tv hews,
SS Have CM BOUM 'West North East
reed At JWB 4 Kendall. The London clinic where bil failure to mendon Ms co-stars
apparel I V I 416 Double 2 Kay is being treated,has issued (Delores Gray and Scott Brady)
Breakfast will be served Sunday 39 Rodent,
111:11111112111111 2 N.T. Pau 3 N.T. Pau a bulletin referring to ter ailment Was pest' conspicous. 7
rom 9 a.m. to noon at the USG- 41 Beginner Pass Pass v. ,,. .
WB in Balboa. Servicemen and 42 Cover ipatia,:,arejoilinal as brouchitis, herAoctOri-,-Dt. 4 4. 44.....-
bee. families are invited to drop 44 Check Opening leadr4 3 l''' Carl Goidman calf, it:anemia, Rode. Graziano' pulled out of
i for refreshments and to meet 46 Height .-
and husband Rex 'Harrison lays his scheduled Summer deck debid
heir friends. 49 Furze 111111111 ..
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i Donald Parson's, "Fall of the The tate of GifigerRogers'oem leetisn't ready' yet," which, probe probe6tome
6tome probe6tome From College' 54 Talchig back ans. dam, ji Cards" is the latest bridge hetet oirs is o.entradicted eetryteme On Kr. is devastatingly accurate.
lance Sunday At jWB 56 Honey 4 to., appear. N goes to El Moreecd-odfir.s-': bean, .c, ,tirol Haney 'and her spouse,
The Balboa USO-JWB will spon- S.Deemed
Jot Jona R analyzes 100 bridge-,.. hands. She'll cal the boo103"Wcteritece, Larry Blyden, broke up he late
Dr a gala "Home from College" dudrs
58 Kind of shoe aimmiladur dam" They are all old friends that have Don't Ask Me"V'4':;;$11,,:',-Mintiete customers at Mita Monk's Devil).
ance- Sunday evening at 8 et appeared In the ume or very si- stunning date at-Thirldetgropole stain-, when ,- they dkl an im-
le Armed Forces Service Center. miler from in this coluinn find just before hc, fiew-to---Australla Pmmptie act With marvelous Rug-
ito Deprivation j
ervicemes andtheir families are other bridge writings over the for a personal appearance tour sian accents-but from the point
wiled to meet students from the years but they are treated with a was Nina Quesada, ,a pint-sized of view,of a joke, Texan. (Sorry,
one and Panama, evho have re- DOWN al 1111111111111 sprightly freshness and many II- Cuban flicker acterss, just,19, At- further egplanations possible.)
wiled for summer vacations. I Headgear iil- Ill 1 lustrate points of play that are ter digging Marian McPartland Julius Wcuid like them to de e
Refreshments will be served, 2 Egg-shaped Alm apt to be overlooked. and Buddy Rich in the new up- steady turn at his place, something
nd Pete's Combo will play for He steesses safety plays to stairs jazz room, she made the ii. in the Penner of the Betty Com Com,
, Com, slicing. make your contract. Thus in one' mousine trip to Idlewild to kiss den-Adolph Grey2e:aconcloKsateirthofi, eseTweeemexha..
hand South is declarer at three Sal goodbye. .Producer
wBerrea mrndo,:'s. a ndalimironsY.
Pandro Ronny Graham departi.
. (Continued on Page 5) Civil Rights Commission Will Probe toyvemstp, aa.frubl sbpyat,rtiol vaerncda tat B r
theeirma3n2rair wheisddiwnigf!':aw'n&errnsaarrkv 'iein-gctel:mmdtaarrathiol;:nyn!
, diamond rescue by East. next month in a rather macabre to be haying oodles of fun spend!
lerbid Teenagers South wins the third diamond fashion; they'll file for divorce.
lead and notes that he can afford She was quiet one not given. to
Charges Negroes Barred From Voting
to lose a trick to the king of
Local cameramen have been sapanPieleteurigyinAdi;renctilheusookwonhenutel.ha
Ind flew Thrill- .......... 0 .',.. spades if West holds it but can cannot
not cannot let East get the lead for those discouraged from taking. eictures how she khheara to have et eons'.
of Ingemar Johansson and his
' t hr eeagencli 'd two c)holidmtlh ediladmngon(c)Ifs .3 plVa Issst f ore ght;st
v.is-. a-vil ong hix October Ti-spee---
What's this?f ? Fred &stair;
in Open Grave F.IverAsnigrrgh(t.u7o) miagnsionun-eepr:
11 but who cares South
standing with the attorney gen- overca photos of the loving couple-taken
.tainin appear almost daily in teenier. when she was fie effee
isn't havin Berrie Chase at his
, announced Thursday it wim-mllishsoildne ys dummy'e ace of spades, , ,,
hearings in Shreve ort
TAMPA (UPI) Tampa teen- Public p eral that he. would try to help ob- pia
4 drops East's singleton king and
La next month to investigate
- tain the information if the com the European newel:lepers. Stel- tive on the Emmy-winner
ters have a new attraction-the b d mission specified whit'it wanted. mik,es five no-la-wisp.
charges that Negroes were erre la Stevens, one of the beauties in .,
ost grueseme one of all. How does he make live no noAs
As noAs a result, the spokesman .
f m voting in northwest Louie Louiero
ro Louiero "Sav One for Me is going' to
It's an open grave containing a said, the commission sent 315 trump? A simple squeeze against
man skeleton, and it's been alla eral East does the trick. On the fourth make it in a way no other Holly- Georgia 'Governor
It voted 5-0 to open the hear- questions to the attorney gen wood star ham managed so far.
awing the teenage crowd for . . b t thre weeks ago. He said spade lead East has to unguard
mgs July 13 after Louisiana offi- a ou e She plans to be known as "the
ore than two weeks. the questions had not been an- either the aueen of clubs or the
cials refused to allow comm girl with the changeable eves,'
And now that the word has got- jack of hearts. Flail R I
y e uses Any
investigators to examine v
ii around, it's drawing a lot of and has equipped herself with a
records. The commission,' said. it,
orbid adults. had 68 sworn complaints frorft The Shreveport hearings will be , , SUODIV of contattlerses that can s
. la switch her orbs' to' brown,' IMO chow Iniegrallon
The grave of the woman, who Negroes in nine parishes (coun- open to the public unless a wit- green. or nuroli. eleit'sending'ciri her
ed 31 years ago at the age of ties) in the northwest section. ness asks to testify in secret. WiCARDS'eitall costume or mood. (Her' own peep. ATLANTA (UPI)-Gov. 'Ernest
' is in Centre Austiriano Cem- All the negroes charged- they There are six members of the
ere are blue.) Vandiver restated flatly Wednes Wednes,,
,, Wednes,, ery. Officials said they had had been denied the right to reg. civil rights commission. 0 n e
el-The bidding has b : Vivian Blaine's friends are day that'"we don't plan to accept
osed the vault twice in the last ister or vote because of color. member, who was pot identified,
. North East Booth Weld spreadire the newe thet her elone- any integration in Georgia."
vo- weeks, but vaadals lel) Pee- The hearing will be the second abstained from voting when tne 1
Pass 2 NS. Pass ment with Milton Rackmil (of 1.7-T Vandiver, who began a four fourg
g fourg it up againo into: elleged,,,discrimination in vot- group- decided to hold the hear- 3 ;
Pass 3 Pass ; WIWI and Decca Records) mei. year term last January, coin coin,
, coin, ing 1bOcause of race,-The-commis- inge. 3 IP
Pam 4, Pau ed her retirement from. show mented at a new; conference on
i'he vault is open at the head- SiOn' held headnee in Mont- The commission spokesman said 14 4, ,. past r .
1 business, although,. she didn't the plea of -Virginia Goe. J.
one, exposing the skull and the gomery, Ala., last December after compleints have been received I You, South, hold: I make any kind of role-on etege Lindsay Alitiond Jr that his State
Inds. Police have staked out men state officials refused to make from the following parishes: Cad- 14blEasyKaaAll1341t10117'
. catch the vandals, but have had voting records available. do, Webster, Dienville, ,Bossier, What do you do?. or in moinem. . John Ringling not abandon its public schools.
i success. Claiborne, De Soto, Jackson, Oua, A-Bid four no- North is suing, Paramount for Prince Edward County, Va., has
A commission spokesman said chita and Red River. cannot be read ae Blackwood
'nits 095.000 einimior they owe him shut off funds t Operate' public
One 10-year-old from a nearby parish registrars refused to allow merely is the cheapest bid you
but flint tench for Ivie particinetion in schools because of court-directed
ayground advieed that the re- investigators to check the Louisi- cen make. Your two no-truntp
"'rhe Greatest Show On Earth." integration of elauroome.
POinil 'wee teomisebehetearo ewe anal lbookle Faced, oeitietela re- TAILO,R4, "e ROE lliASJ wait A ,inOlinu".., G. t -.----- "Georgia is a different state,"
lion Weektege.11IMitliemied te usale he said, the eonitnission. at 4 .,.,, , .-, v 1 ro 0 Tie :17---erredre,rerrle.Vith. Johnnie ,Ray,'s mew AO ,ge lithe Vitediver said. "We don't plan to
sir over the face and the fingers a meeting in Chicago last month tONDO'N --mpn :L The 'Tail& ..-, TODAY'leQuEeTioN --Latin Quarter really, xung,, 111C, iceept any integiation int Geor.,,
ere like leather," the boy said. ordered the staff to confer with and Cutter Magazine WednesdaY Your- partner bids five spades eemet-from hie own earthy r-orn- tic"
, Louisiana Gov. Earl K. Long. suggested "stifling the sartrial over your four no-trurnp. What position, "Whisky and Gin." Vandiver's fercis in thit 1.;41-
do you do no
He said the staff officials had sab'er-rattliig" of the Russians by w? which wam banned bv the networks lature strengthened Georgia's an anconferred
conferred anconferred with Long, now receiv- sending sonie of the latest West- Answer Tomorrow a few yeare ago, to the dors- teintegration laws in the union ':
ing psychiatric treatment in a ern fashions to the East. "Export . hle Lerrer-T nAlve tune "Thank this year. Georgia law provides'
Texas Hospital, and with the them, corn-pinching Italian shoes Heave,n for tittle Girls." for immediate closing of schools
0.k ,.tsi ,:, i., statp:ettorneygeneral,ip- aneffort And, here would be little chance MAN KILL D Michele MAreqe has. been. deny- whieh are faeedgwith Integratibn Integratibn,
, Integratibn, .
le to !oleic at the voting .4rifeadCof ff 1 e RusslaVisteam rolle el v..,141 eq fex 4 cc 4,,
ing recent Paris., renorte. IOW Orders. i,,,t., ,..04 -4
''"I Plieffe:1 elAes hi el'enrce' Rene A two-judge federal court last
the nine parishes. -, '' mar ing," thejratle magazini:,
WitStiAbt 'GI' vli (UPI)
, e ma y
According to the commission said. -U.S.' Air Force 'Capt. Guy M. Henri vide. but intiMatee insist week held that segregation In
sh ;II tool, or fro (I
e w b ed ni thie Stun Atlenta's public school system is
' 1 --411111 Allphin, 34, of Arlington, Kan.,
4r mei. sitheligh she'll refeee to ad- unconstitutional and told the eity
- et --...- was killed when a C-47 transport
I CARNAVAL plane crashed into the Mediter- mit th Jo' t
e b s en until the actual school board to drew up plans for
'7 1 court session convenes. desegregation within a reasionable
, t41 1 , ranean Sunday about 60 miles They ea she nromieed to keen time.
northwest of the U.S. Wheelus Air Y
' t4,. .4'') it 0 A''' Baselm.,Lib a, the 4ir Force an- i
-, ert, g V.4 Y n a loyal effort tn bolster Henri's ed that- he' obably will have
:ti,A,,,, --i by ,..
it ilfrts 1
, , the snlit a secret ee long se Pool, Governor V a n d i v e r a d d dscreen
screen dscreen career with her hien nres. fuether leheo recommendations
, ego In the cineme, Ngt Kinq for the 1960 Legislature next Jan JanCole's
Cole's JanCole's album, "Cole Espafiol." uary.
. I t 14 It -... I ,,,,,
sold half a million copies during "We'll p r e r v our nubl'
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5 his tour of 35 South American el. schools if possible," he sal But
ties a staggering export tally he said if it becomeg neceisary
' i 1 ,
71"1"""":1 for a pop artist. Georgia would put into effect a
1 1 prieete school plan whereby state
1,,,4 --e Foreign intrieue note':- The tuition 'grants would be paid to
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BIRTHDAY CONtRATULATIDNSJosepli Ionteen? directbr' of the newly-oyened Panamanian-North
guest of luinor at a birthday. party given Runday, by friendS and staff members of the Center.
Capt.., Warner S: Iltlimon,whO and 'Mrs. Charles A. Gar Garis
is Garis just Completing g, WO as Var,;(, cia and4hree 4hildren; Mr. and
ine Director bi'aie''Panitna4-Call: Alt. Donovan L Geyer-and daught daughtal
al daughtal Conmany, is sailing totngrrow er; Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gil Gilaboard
aboard Gilaboard the Panama' Line's Cristo, ford and three children; Mr..'and
bat tor York. He will be' ite- Mrs. John F. Gilbert Jr. and three
companied by Mrs:. ROOiMOn and children; Miss Emma Gonnerman;
their son, Scott. The Rodimnna will Mrs. Dorcas W, Gregory n d
live in California., daughter; Mr.' and Mrs. Hugh D.
Also among the 193 passengers Hale and two children; Beverly
scheduled to sail aboard'the Cris- C...lialliday; ,Mr. and Mrs. Beau Beau.
tobal for New- York -is ,Raoul-,0. ford J. Hartley; Mr. and Mrs.
Theriault, assistant director oi the James A. Hoverson and two chil chilSupply
Supply chilSupply and Community Service dren; Miss Florence E. Hurler;
Bureau. $ Miss Elizabeth P. Hagner; Ivan
Two passengers are booked for L. Jenkins and son; Mr. and Mrs:
Port ,au ,Prince, Haiti. Glenn W. Kimberling and two chil chilPassengerslliste4
Passengerslliste4 chilPassengerslliste4 VOk $ ell; William, E. Kirkland and
are Airs. Agriet- itutol tvtel- children and ;Mr. and Mrs.
daughter;- Mr. and Ws. Norman Carroll E, Kocher r. and two'
C. Anderson andethree ,children; children.
,Lt. Cdr, and Mrs. George E. Bell
air,. dud kercy A. Lawr Lawrand
and Lawrand three children; Mrs.-Aminta
alit. o0u, oliab
L. Bernsee Jr. and two children; a"Le
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Blystone bl"; 4"" a. "4" 14"
uiee cautoco, air. alai
and two children; Mr. gnd Mrs.
Jolm G. Boswell and four children; 4A....1,. treutaa 14"'" a it a
air, mud irs.
Mr. and Mrs.-Clarence H. Browne -"-'e ea'"";
inototts tocatturews iota two
and three children; Mrs. Mary L.
Clark and two children; Mr. and "'feu; ottgb wtonma tocnitiglit;
gab. tuttutlyn aiciNamee anu boa;
Mrs. Curtis L.(Coate and two chil chililitalti
ilitalti chililitalti aiiitiory; anu airs.
dren; Mrs. Elizabeth, H. Davison
wittier c,. marek anu two cnuuren;
and daUghier and Mr. and Mrs.
DliSS Wel Itie Al a mews; MIA
Louis' J. Fattorosi.
Liatt Ann aielaer; Mr. anu Mrs.
. : v'of' ItOdert.; obits ,-ytinu ctiduren;
Cuban' Socfalisi 112:: aild afra,";oinelnis o'But o'Butlivan
livan o'Butlivan anti two 'etularen; mr. and
Mrs. Ricnard L. J'ennington and
two, Children and Mr, and Mrs.
De'cries imperialism Charles N. Proudfoot and four
In Chinese Dilly soMn
rs. Margaret Redmond and
,CaPt an0 .Mrs Warner Roth
LONDON; ..Tune,11 (UM
"Imperialism" is trying to stage
a comeback in Cuba, Cuban So Socialist
cialist Socialist leader Juan Marinello
charged today ln an article
published in Red China and
heard cher Peiping radin here.
Marinello, ,,who -Is, chairman
of the Cuban People's 'Socialist
Party, wrote in the, Chinese
"People's Daily" that the Cuban
National Liberation Movement"
forms a powerful bulWark a against
gainst against what he termed the cur current
rent current onslaught,4of the imperial imperial'
' imperial' Entitled, "Sideguaril
Revolution," Vie article says 4for
the first time In its history,
Cuba has now 'a government
established according to the
people's will and not imposed
upon them by the .imperiallsts.
Listing.what it SaysNtre,
complishroents, tne Castro'
regime In ,varlous and,1
social fields, including land cre,
form, which the writer terms a
"key ,question,", Itle article says
"the imperialists haVeleft noth nothing
ing nothing tmdone tti undermine, the
NOTED ARTIST DIES
ROME (DPI) 4:4Sepi ,Mietro
Canonica, leadingltaliant painter,
90, seuiptor and composer, died
in a Romd clinic yesterday of
Carroll E, Kocher Sr. and two
Jur,. dud kercy A. Lawr LawrauLe
auLe LawrauLe stilu DIAL, AIL r.m
alii. 41AU a wg,441.11 VI' Uts.,
,Inu unee caittocu, alai
Loa. treoilio 1.,owtry a act
Ciblut.u; itty., mil.
inottals D. mcanurews ana two
clutureo; mutt) wtomna tvienitigitt;
gab. tuauityn iviciNamee anu boo;
.0. Avia.uoty; Mr. alio otrs.
wittier mareK ana two cnuaren;
Lint Ann Biebser; Mr. ana Mrs.
ivirs,'It,;orneaus O'Sui O'Suiavan
avan O'Suiavan anti two 'Clularen; Mr. and
Mrs. Ricnard L. J'ennington and
two, Children and Mr, and' Mrs.
Charles N. Proudfoot and four
Mrs. Margaret Redmond and
son; ,Captt, and ,Mm. Warner Rodi RodiMon
Mon RodiMon andicsoig,'Mrs. Elizabeth W.,
Howley MI .traughter; Mrs. Beat BeatriCe
riCe BeatriCe J. Sears; Mr. and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur P. .Shanke; Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas S, Smith and four chil children;'Mr.
dren;'Mr. children;'Mr. and Mrs. John, A. Snod-
grass, and son; Robert Snyder and
three Children;..Mr.. and Mrs. Da Da'yid,
'yid, Da'yid, A., speii two :children;
Leslie .M, 'Spencei' and '(laughter;
Miss Florence SteckerMan; Mr,
and Mrs. William. J. Stevenson I
and daughter; Raoul O. Theriault;
1Vir. and IvIrs., Robert M. Turner,
and son;;Mrs. :uliana G. Vestal
and. two children; Mr.. and Mrs.
peter Warner and four children;
,Mr. and Mrs.,Traey P. White and
twa children and Mr.,'and Mrs.
Fred W. Whitney and three chil-.
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Christ Chircit By-the-Sed Marks
94th Anniversary Of Consecratign
Monday a neit week, will mark
the 94th anniversary. of the con consecration
secration consecration of Christ Church By-theSea,
the historic Episcropal Church
in the City ,of Colon. b comme commemoration
moration commemoration of the event, there will
be a week of special services, o opening
pening opening on 'Sunday and closing the
following Sunday night.
The sermon on the openingtight
at 7:30, will be preached by the
Vn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Mchtleac Mchtleacon
on Mchtleacon of Panama an4 rectOr of St.
Taill's Church. Other clergymen
will also, be heard at 7:30 each
'night. On the schedule for Mon Monday
day Monday evening is tife Rev. Clarence
W, Hayes, of St. Christopher's,
Rio Ahajo. and on Tuesday eve evening
ning evening the Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
priest-in-charge of St. Alban's), Pa Paraiso.
raiso. Paraiso. Both of these clergymen
were accepted as nostulants for
Holy Orders from Christ Church
On Wednesday eveninP the con..
gregation will hear the Rev, Carl Carlton
ton Carlton Morales. assistant to the rec rector
tor rector of St. Paul's Church. The Rev.
Allen M. Stuhl. oresent nriest-inchorpe
of the Enisennal Churches
in Margarita and Rainbow City,
wili nreach on ThursdiV. and on
nitylit ha ricc.chor will he
the Rev. Willistre'llildwintyt Ste
'Andrew's. Chtreh,-eCoeolry 40
The Verv Rev. Mainerf S. Pe Petersnn.
tersnn. Petersnn. who ierved at rector of
Chriet Church before his aoPoint aoPointment
ment aoPointment as Dean of St. Luke's Ca
Give DAti r
FATHERS' DAY ,,
- ,, e4
JUNE 21st 1,,,,..,,4
NA.,,, 'It 16K,
Granps,lis very much lit the, gifting picture, toot
Shhhl Dad's d'erlieetIng"...something to wear, as his
Father's Day gift:preferably from our always-smart
e Arrael ''Shirts
Pure silk Ties
; Pure Trish;,
, Pure Leather
, (Wool &
: Sports Starts
American Center; was
thedral at Amon, will preach the
closing sermon on Sunday eve evening,
ning, evening, June, 21.
Comment On Hall
NEW YORK (CPOVice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon declined
today to deny that former Repub Republican
lican Republican National Chairman Leonard
Hall will be his campaign mana manager
ger manager for the 1960 presidential cam campaign.
paign. campaign. "1 would 'simply say there IS 00
decision made with regard to the
1960 campaign," the vice president
told newsmen. "Leonard Hall, of
course, is a good friend of mine.
"No campaign organization has
been set up and no decisions have
k Nixon came here to take part
in ceremonies commemorating the
350th anniversary of the explora exploration
tion exploration of the Hudson Riyer, by Hen Henry
ry Henry Hudson.
KAYE TOURS AUSTRALIA
"I would simply say there is 00
decision made with regard to the
1960 campaign," the vice president
told newsmen. "Leonard Hall, of
course, is a good friend of mine.
"No campaign organization has
been set up and no decisions have
Nixon came here to take part
in ceremonies commemorating the
350th anniversary of the explora exploration
tion exploration of the Hudson River, by Hen Henry
ry Henry Hudson.
KAYE TOURS AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) 1
American comedian Danny Kaye
arrived Wednesday for an eight,
week tour of Australia, his first
"down-under." Soon after hit ar arrival
rival arrival Kaye lunched with Prime
Minister Robert O. Menzies.
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FORT WORTH, Tex. (1.1PI):
Police officials today threw every
available man into the search for
a rnadman killer who hammered
an elderly automobile dealer and
his wife to death and tracked
their blood. through their home.
Veteran policemen said it was
one of the most brutal crimes
they.have seen in Fort Worth, a
oity noted for its gangland vio violente.
The beaten bodies of Vernon
Stanley, 17, and his wife, Hattie,
65, were found by their son, Vir Virgil
gil Virgil Stanley, 39.
Stanley. told police his father
and mother were heart patients,
and he had telephoned their home
daily. He said his wife called
them ,Wednesday, and when they
did not answer, he visited their
He found his father lying across
a blood-drenched bed with his
bead caved in from repeated
blows from a heavy object. The
body, clad only in a pair of
shorts, was covered with a mat mattress.
tress. mattress. Mrs. Stanley's body was lying
on the floor, covered with two
HIGHER TAXES CONSIDERED
LONDON (UMChancellor of
the Exchequer Derick Heathcote,
Amory told parliament Tuesday
he would "take note" of an op oppositibn
positibn oppositibn Laborite proposals for
higher taxes on American built
8 cu. ft.
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,Made-By Gulkk Wives-- ., voli Guest House. Members .of the
-.- Plans for a tour of, the Peel& NCO Club. Homemade articles
Side and for a social Tuesday and pastries will be offered for
. were made by members -of the sale.
'4 Fort Fulick NCO Wives Club In a Mrs. Sue DOW was welcomed
regular',business meeting in the as a new member, and Mrs. Irene
eocktail lounge of the club. Mrs. Erickson Nand Mrs. Inez pod
Kate Killip presided. were introduced as guests.
'''' The trip to the Pacific Side Members attending included
in Mrs. Betty Holden, Mrs. Virginia
will feature a shopping tour
Panama -City, visits to the Post Craig, Mrs. Alvina Mills, Mrs.
Martye Saunders,, Mrs. Barbara
- t '',', Brown,. Mrs. Lien Christianson,
Fort:Worth Cops Mrs. Sue Viet, Mre. Alice Flight,
Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs. Betty Jane
, Pearson, Mrs. Millie Moon, Mrs.
Press Search For Vi Hirn, Mrs. Trudy Bray,.Mrs.
Barbara Cloe, Mrs. Betty lincl
quist, Mrs. Terry Trask, Mrs. Ca CaMadMan
MadMan CaMadMan Kille,r rolyn Weir, Mrs. Nancy Willianis,
Mrs. Sylvia Hedges, Mrs. Flo
II, enning and Mrs. Fran Leduc
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPII A gift was presented Mrs. Mar MarPolice
Police MarPolice officials today threw every tye Saunders, who will be leaving
available man into the search for soork for the Statea.
a rnadman killer who hammered Mr,, Barbara Cloe and Mrs:
an elderly automobile dealer and 'Betty Lindquist were hostesses
, his wife to death and tracked for the evening.
ROME (UPI) -Bus driver
Salvatore Rimpollino converted
his vehicle into an ambulance
yesterday. Two of his passengers
were badly hurt when he stopped
suddenly to 'avoid a collision. He
ordered all ,the other passengers
from thO bus and rushed the two
women tethe hospital.
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Tourmalines including Multicolored
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The FBI said today it has
rested four men in possessitin of
obscene films as they entered the
state from New, York. Arrested
were John J. Salvl of West Haven
and Joseph Aiello, Edward,
dowlecki, and Salvatore p- Panolv
la, all of New Haven.
Lit I et
ing tmdone to undermine, the , from ,damp OVB.W ItlUILIZI ' ,. it il iii. P i 7 t',','(
Cuban revolutionf't -, .. a , IN I t
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NOTED ARTIST DIES t every diaper 1 ': 6117,11ggeStiORS: ..
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Canonica, leading'Italum,t painter, fP,,, '','' ,:,: '' FURNITURE ,STORE
''',' '1, 1
10, sCuiptor and composer, died Belts 4, age '- Central Ave. an4 21 E. St. ,,,,,1.4
in a I Romd clinic yesterday of MEXANA
Pure silk Ties Tels. 2-1130-2-1133 -, ,
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. JoneCluls Plans '- Exchanges and lunch at the 11.
, from the' Iris and rushed the two doitiecki, and Salvatore I:0- Pelet.1".: .,
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, . -,:1)11118 for a tour of, the Pacific NCO Club. Homemade articles
,Side, and for a social 'Tuesday and pastries will be offered for ,-
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t .0 1..t '..Yrf'..
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' 1- ." ','" it--'' )- 7i:.:,:,N,..... kate Iillip presided.
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Socialist Leslie 'Spencei
Chinese Miss Florence SO
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BIRTHDAY CONtatATULATIONS-40sePli Itihteen.' director' of ; the newly-o.pened Panatnanian-North American Center. was they have seen in Fort Worth, a
guest of honor at a birthday. party. given Bunday, by friendS and, staff melhbers of the Center. :.
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BIRTHDAY CONtRATULATIONS-40sePli Inhteert.' directbr' of the newly-e.pened panamanian-North American Center. was they have seen in Fort Worth, a .? -,4
guest br hnor at a birthday. party given ,Sunday, by friendS and staff meMbers of the Center. oity noted for its gangland vio. t-,
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vas) a 0 Stanley told police his father
and mother were heart patients, Diamonds, all sizes and shapes
Amethysts ,, .A
amA ha huid iplenhoned their home .,). 0410s1
and mother were heart pauentsti
and he bad telephoned their home 1 Amethysts
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in ceremonies commemorating the
m of St. Paul's Church. The Rev. ti A '' I 00
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The Vert Rev. Mainert. S. Pe- week tour of Australia, his first , Ior
.rson. who ierved et rector of "down-under." Soon after hit ar- June Brides
brief rhureh hPfore his anpoint- rival Wave lunched with Prime ,,
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Your host Johnny "B" invites all his friends
to join him there over RA A,
'5.effate Labor Reform Bi Illoo Weak,
Mc &Ilan Tells House Labor Groups
.,,,WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate's top rackets investiga.or
warnea yesterday that tne United
States would stiller if the House
Waters down the Senate-passed
bar reform bill.
.:; 'Gool save toe country if .e
.:, Congress hasn't got the courate
- to do its duty,' Sen. John I,.
e. McClellan (D-Ark.) told members
of-two House labot subcommittees
, Considering the !egislation.
McClellan said evell the Senate
bill Was not tough enough to deal
with "evil conditions" unearthed
1)3' his Senate Rackets Committee.
, "Only a stupid fool or irrespon irrespon;
; irrespon; ale liar" would deny that cor corruption
ruption corruption and abuses exist, the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas senator said.
He specifically called for out out'',
'', out'', Jawing secondary boycotts and
stiffening curbs on organizational
picketing&-the same improvements
' Sought by President Eisenhower
And many other Republicans.
McClellan's testimony came
hear the end of the House hear hear,
, hear, Ings which began March 4. The
two groups now plan to try to
Write their own version of the la labor
bor labor reform bill.
One subcommittee member,
Rep. James Roosevelt (1)-Calif.)
proposed a two-step approach to
the problem. He advanced it as a
possible solution to labor's demand
tor a less stringent bill an busi busi!less
!less busi!less groups' pressure for tougher
' Roosevelt said his bill would
Curb abuses but hold back on any
changes in the Taft-Hartley law,
He suggested setting up a speCial
Senate-House committee to re report
port report on proposed Taft-Harley
Changes by April I, 1960.
McClellan told the House mem
bers that the "bill of rights" pro provision
vision provision placed in the Senate bill
Vvere needed not for "decent"
Onions but for the small group
tyithin organized labor that "tell's
the AFL-C10 to go to blazes."
The senator expressed disap disapiointment
iointment disapiointment that the AFL-CIO op opposed
posed opposed the "bill of rights." which
teas modified from McClellan's
Original proposal to assure Uniun
democracy. He discounted the fed federation's
eration's federation's argument thnt the nro
Visions would nermit Communis's
to disrupt and take over the
unions, saying that any sincere
union "could keep the Com Commonists
monists Commonists out."
McCIellan also turned his fire oil
Teamster President James R. Hob
fa, an old opponent. He said Hof Hoffa's
fa's Hoffa's "public be damned" attitude
would not be changed by any
mere "pious code of ethics."
, "If Rolla gets more control over
economy of the country, it
' will be the fault of Congress,"
Roosevelt, who said he had
discussed his plan with Speaker
Sam Rayburn (I) Tex.), predicted
that Democrats on the House La
bor Committee would nt agree to
tirty bill "much 'more stringent"
;than the Senate measure.
His own reform bill would re require
quire require desclosure of -union finances
and protect rank-and-file ritzhis
with civil penalies. rather than
the criminal measures provided
by the Senate.
In Strike Threat
CORDOBA. ,Argentina (UP1)
Provincial authorities said
yesterday nexf erq threatened
light and power strike would do
rive hoqnitals and othor egmen
tial installations in Cordoba Pray.
ince al electricity.
Union leaders suggested hat
the government instail emergemn:
power nlonts hrwal'ali The
Provincial Health Miniatry
flounced their att'tude as "crim
Light and power workery h
Cordoba and, elsewhere in Ar---
tins have thrfatefied to strike
June 16 unless their demanda fro'
a 65 percent wage increase are
TOKYO (UM NfOre than
43,000 Japanese coal miners
staged a -24-hour strikel,Wednes
day to further demands that man.
agement junk Warps for soeed,ng
onerations. The walkout Af Affected
fected Affected 15 mines in Kyushu and
13 in Hokkaido.
Ingrid BERGMAN and Cary GRANT in a h,iIp,rious
A great weekend, tomorrow and Sunday at thl
4INDISCREET," starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Berg.
man is the story of a romance between a rich American
diplomat and a famous European actress, will open TO TOMORROW
MORROW TOMORROW and Sunday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
The new Technicolor comedy, a Grandon production
photographed in London for Warner Bros. release, was oro
duced and directed by Stanley Donen from a screenplay by
Cecil Parker, Phyllis Calvert, David Kossoff and Megs
Jenkins head the strong supporting cast of "INDISCREET,"
which has an original musical score by' IIyeavold Richard
Bennett and a title song by Hollywood's veteran times timesmaithao
maithao timesmaithao Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Illeusen. Advt.
Ariz. Jury Finds
Dozing, DI Drunk
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (UMEl (UMElliot
liot (UMElliot roosavelt, smiling happily.
rushed up to shake hands with
each of the nine men and three
WPMen jurors Tuesday who found
him, innocent of a drunk driving
"I am very happy to have had
an opportunity for a hearing in
ful) cottrt." said the 48-year-old
son of the late president, Frank Franklin
lin Franklin D. Roosevelt.
"I was confident that whin the
jurors heard the facts a verdict
of nut guilty would be returned."
admittPd drinking "seven or
eigh' cocktails" before his anent
early in the morning last April 4,
hut denied driving the narked ear
in which officers found him
clumnoo nyer he stooring whe.l.
He said he dozed off because he
was "ex,reniely tired."
It took !he JusCce Court panel
only 35 minutes to return a "not
guilty' verdict after a day-long
trial in which Roosevelt said Ile
, was "roughly handled" by arrest arrest1ing
1ing arrest1ing offiOrs.
-I was shoved into a police car.
At Tempe they dragged me out
and snoved me into me station.
inen someone shoved a balloon
at me and said, 'titre, blow tms
Daimon up'," he testified.
The alcoholic content in Roose Roosevel,'s
vel,'s Roosevel,'s breath captured in the bal balloon
loon balloon was .208. He was booked
since unuer Arizona 'law a read reading
ing reading of .150 or above is considered
evidence of drunkenness,
The drunk driving charge was
lodged under a local ordinance
which holds that a person in
physical control of a car tan be
charged with drunk driving even
though the vehicle was not moving.
Roosevelt testified that a friend
was driving him home but had
parkel in duwntown Scottsdale
and briefly stepped Out of .the car.
He said he moved over to the
driver's seat and had dozed off
when the police arrived.
Tn Fnroll Pupils
The Vacation Bible School at
the First Bantist Church of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights in continuing to en enroll
roll enroll students. The school will con continue
tinue continue through Friday, June 19.
Each day (Wig the school Mere
are games, Bible stories, mission
studies, worship poriods, hand.
twork and refreshments. A caps.
)1e staff of workers is prelent
each day to guide in learnincex:
periences. In conjunction with
the worship period and, the mis mission
sion mission study, and offering' win be
taken each day to be used for
missions in Panama.
The closing prof:warn for tie
sphool will he held on June 19.
1The chi'dran. And: young people
'will present to' narents and
, friends some of the activitiel
which have kept them busy dir diring
ing diring the time of the school.
En IMP MI MI OM
II 7:00 -- TODAY 9:00 I
PAO per CAR!
Jane RUSSELL in
4411C AVLJOOL11.4.1 ill a IN
I SON OF PALEFACE 1
1 In TECHNICOLOR! 11
1 Tomorrow & Sunday!
I -lrEKEND ATTRACTION! 111
11 CARY GRANT
!IF.RGMAN in 1
1 In TECHNICOLOR!
IMPO ow som on Nob
Stanley Kramer today an announced
nounced announced drarhatic plan ior si siMultaneOUS
MultaneOUS siMultaneOUS prerniere of the
picture "ON THE BEACH" in
22 of the maJor cities of the
yorld to be held on the night
of December 17, 1959. This event
is the first of kind in more
than fifty yearvot. motto Vic
This multiple opening of an another
other another superb United Artists re release
lease release will enCOMMSS capital
cities of sbc continents. Moscow
is included among premiere:
also Amsterdam, Berlin, Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, Caracas, Chicago. Havana,
JPilannesburg... Lima, London,
Los Angeles, Madrid. Manila,
New York. Paris, Rome, Singa Singapore,
pore, Singapore, Stockholm, Tokyo,, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Zurich, and also Mel Melbourne
bourne Melbourne where Kramer produced
snd directed this filM.
This film will cost more than
three million dollars and the
stars are Gregory Peck, Ava
Gardner, Anthony Perkins, Fred
BALBOA 6:15 7:55
Santa Clara 7:00
"Jlot Car Girl"
and "Chain of
'TM PANAMA iSITRICAN .- API INDEMDINT DATLY ProrsPArta
DEPARTING SPEECH---Sidding farewell, NAVY Chief Warrant
Officer Warran Drell (left) speaks at change-of-command
ceremonies at the Naval Security Group Activity at Galeta Point.
where he was succeeded as officer-in-charge by'Warrant Officer
Richard Richards (right). Drell is scheduled to leave the Canal
Zone next Tuesday for duty at Ft. Meade, Md.
Announcing World Premiere
Of "On The Beach"
Astaire, and introducing Donna
Kramer said, "We believe "ON
THEi BEACH" to be the biggest
story of our times because it
reflects hope and fear on the
minds of all people today. Book
cyltics called it the most im impartantr
partantr impartantr arid ,dramatia! of
this atomic age and we have
tried to make this motion pic picture
ture picture In keeping the IMMensitY
of its theme. Yet our film like
the novel Is a. story about peoole--it
tells personally and inti intimately
mately intimately how five principal char characters,
acters, characters, Australia, and people a around
round around react to threat Of radio radioactive
active radioactive drift following nuclear
war that wiped out our North Northern
ern Northern Hemisphere."
Each of the five leading stars
and Stanley Kramer will attend
one of the December 17 open openings.
ings. openings. Heads of Government, lo local
cal local officials. and in some in instances
stances instances charity groups will Dar DarIlcipate
Ilcipate DarIlcipate in premieres which will
be invitational affairs. Advt.
B I 8 0 A
STA larTOMOit ROW!
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STAR IN A
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PAM SIIP81' Cigq 6R17),Iti
- SERVICE CENTERS ,TNIGHTI
Brian Don levy
"ESCAPE PROM RED ROCK"
Sat. "Old Man and The Sea",
DIABLO ITS. 7:00
, Jamea Stewart
Sat. "Hell Canyon Outlaws"
Sof. "KING CREOLE" 1
GAMBOA Double !Nature Program! 7:00
"BELL CANYON OUTLAWS" and "PANAMA SAL"
Saturday "Hot Spell"
GAVIN Openeer Tracy 700
"THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA"
SaturOy ,"Kfntr of The Wild Stallions"
.1 ainter Icefers t,,, -i
:, -,,,,:,1 As Scaffold Toilers
NEW yoluc (UPI) A woman
shopper screamed.-- One' 4 ,man
turned in a fire alarm. Another
telephoned police., A large crowd
That it the WAY New Norker's
reacted when' workmani, Henry
Mueller, 40, lost his footing and
dangled from ,a 14th floor ledge
of Macy's department store itt
For five minutes, Mueller clung
desperately to the ledge, while
the crowd Herald Square
watched and prayed.
Mueller, a painting company
foreman, had been directing two
workmen on the street who ivere
lowering a scaffold When the
acoffold reached the 14th floe r,
Muellet stePped out. The scaffold
suddenly dropped eight feet be.'
fore Mueller could- reach it. He
teetered,- slipped and fell, but
managed to hold -onto the ledge.
His coworkers on the ground had
relied the scaffold again. .and he
stepped back into the building, un
hurt. He mopped his brow and
went 'back to work.
Order of Arrow
The Canal Zone Boy St.out
Council is reorganizing its Order
of the Arrow, Chiriqui Lodge
The Council has issued an in.
viation to all members ,of the
Order, whether active or inactiv,
to attend a reorganization meet..
ing at which Lodge Officers
also will be- elected.
The meeting will be held Wed
nesday, June 17, at the Panama
Canal Training Center, iulid
ing No. 0602, near the railroad
station at Corozo Street in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
NEW YORK Army missile ex expert
pert expert Wernher Von Braun, on
the effects of space exploration
"We ourselves and the genera.
tions to follow us will need moral
and spiritual resources to with
standthe shock of discoveries
which may profoundly disturb
our cotteepts ikncl 0; ,the
TALLAHASSEE, Pla, A Negro
coed, on what punishment she
thought should be given four
men,, accused of raping her if
they are found guilty;
"I don'tjtnow what they should
get. I just believe they should get
the same thing a Negro boy
should get under the same or.
FRONT ROYAL, Va. Gov. J.
Lindsay Almond, on school into
gration in Virginia:
"The only sure preve,ntion of
any integration anywhere in, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia is the total abolition of
every public school everywhere
in Virginia . I tell you now tbat
we cannot secede from the union;
we cannot overthrow the, federal
government, and we cannot re.
verse a final devree of a federal
MONTPELIER, Vt. Mrs. Flor
ence Rhein, of Rahway, N. J.,
announcing she would stick by
her husband despite charges he
tried to here a friend to kill her;
"May husband is a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful man. I know he woOld not
do anything like this. I don't
believe a word of It. WI all a
'Today ENCANTO 25c.
At 8:30 mm.
On the Screen:
A GREAT DOUBLE!
LL-rs THAT RED-HOT
AREA K1 Ilm"
SAMMY DAVIS, JR.
MI cbtomio sesta own
We at vo, Om 01 mot owi
Iftv MAW Mists
Prohibited FOs Minors
tinder 18 Years Old'
Forted TUCKER ht
Ike's Bid To Raise Interest Rates
Gets Support From -Reserve Board
1 WASHINGTON (UPI) T,h e
chairman of the Federal Reserve
Board said yesterday that Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic proposals for holding down
interest rates by creating more
money would turn the federal re reserve
serve reserve mystem into "an engine of
Roard chairman William Mc McChesney
Chesney McChesney Martin told the House
Ways lint! Mean40-CoMmilte floe
propotaleactuall WOuld force an
increue in interest rates and
could lead to a severe collapse
of the economic system.
Martin urged approval of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower'S requests or
authority to raise the public debt
ceiling, eliminate 'the 'ceiling on
savings bond interest and wipe out
the 414 per cent limit on big long longterm
term longterm government bonds.
The President offered the plan
to open pp the market for-government
bonds, which have found
few buyers retently. He said the
government financing maneuver
was needed to help federal secu securides
rides securides compete with those now pay.
inn more interest.
Some Democrats contend that
interest rates in the, open market
'have. climbed because the Federel
Reserve Board as followed a
tight money policy. They maintain
the rates could be held steady, if
the Federal Reserve pumped
more money into' the econgmy.
Martin testified that this could
not be one without promoting
more inflation. He said the gov government's
ernment's government's experience 'during and
lifter World War showed that
"inflation follows any effort to
WHALE-SIZED SKIPJADK Plowing' through, the watei
below, the whale-shaped Morale sub Skipjack appears not Very
large. But to the men, above,,spraying a final coat of paint on I
her hull, the sub whale-sized as well.,Ate men are wearing
safety belts to keep them from sliding oft the sub's sleek hull.
keep interest rates low throng
money creation as night follows
The Federal Reserve chief said
such a wartime program did sue.
ceed for a while in :pegging in.
terest rates on government obi!.
gations. But then, he-said, "sup.
pressed inflation" burst forth
"very rapid depreciation of the
dollar and, even threatened-to de
stray oar free econom."
"If you really want to encour
age rising interest rates," he said,
"you have only to follow the pre.
scription of those who argue that.
interest rates on government or
AMY, ,otber .obilgations can be
pegged by inflating the 'm one y
Martin said rising interest rate"
are "a symptom of broad pros
perity and rapid ec on omi
growth." Although rates h a vs
been rising, he said, from a his
torigal standpoint the present lei,.
el can hardly be regarded as out
SAILOR ADMITS KILLING
YOKOSUKA, Japan (UPI)The
U.S. Navy said' Wednesday that
Seaman William C. Lennenbrinit:
18, of Fort Madison., Iowa, had
admitted he threw 'into the sea
it Japanese dockworker who
"made unnatural advanees tn tnward
ward tnward him" last May 31. The'body
of Seilehiro Koyama was found on
Negishi Beach June 1 with
sailor's white cap nearby
HEDOEOPPINO TANK IBUSTERS1.-A new; diMension his
been added totbattletield' warfare--a hellooPter ;carrying
missile said. to be ablO,to kayp any known type of tank. "he
helicopter le France's ttirboiet powered Alouette II, now being
produced in this country.: The missile is the remote controfted,
wire guided SS-11., also French-made with U.S. technical as.
Matinee. TO U.S. Seventh Army in Gemour .is slated ,te
receive the solid-propellant missile, which can alio be hand
carried, dropped by parachute or fired.11' a' soldier oft the
grclund. Sketch below shois htlicopter-roistile combination ha
Western-style ambus,lup.f1,9uick draw contest with gttAl 1
ris OD AY 1.1111DOEN alirnaSIT OD AY
TIVOLI CAPITOLIO VICTORIA RI 0
25c. 15c. 25c. ,I5e. 15e. 4 25C.
BANK! $125.00 SHOW 8:45 p.m. BANK! 5500.00
Presentation of SCOTLAND YARD
STAR In the DUST JULIO GODOY INSPECTOR GREAT DAY IN
with John Agar
- Also: Fairwind To Java CAGED FURY with Robert Stack
- Also: - Also:
THE RAIDERS TIIE KING OF TIIE RUN of the ARROW
with Richard Conte SINGING GUN ROCK AND ROLL with Rod Steiger
4." MI Atm gwhomso rota SolVaa Vilna Wig r t;' iril tti trE4713 1;111117.4 4 41"..7-:h a WO; ies.T.: CT r1.711r;
I I U U V" VI:smaj I GAVIN 131 pAeNn7Nr DT rTa Wig-iiSi"-- -- 71" we....ey ow oil Thets...4
"T'HE 'OLD. missile 'said to be able 'to kayo any known type or tank. ,The
. SaturOgy ,"19ng of The Wild Stallions" Mast thie MAW Mists
. helicopter is France's tilrboJet powered Alouette II, now being
N ,ommoommoso.wilmnommob, 0 Prohibited FM: Minors produced in this country. The missile is the remote) controfted, (i
1 Under 18 Years Old! wire guided SS-LI, also French-made with U.S. technical as.
7 PARAISO 7:00 Santa Clara 7:00 CAMP BIER Matinee. The U.S. Seventh Army in Germeur is slated 0
PANAMA EVERY FRIDAY Is SATURDAY COLON "Ilot Car Girl" 7'.00 ---, ALSO: : receive the solid-propellant missile, which can alio be hand
1 '' from 845 to 1:418 p.m. "There's Always and "Chain of "SHORTCUT carried, dropped by parachute or tired 'by' it soldier oft the 4
. Tomorrow" Evidence" TO BELL" Forrest TUCKER lit
1 grdund. Sketch below shows htlicopter-missile combination be ', 4'
, ...... 1 COUNTERPLOTn 1 Western-style embus,ILed,941,ck dniser contest wi n ,' k
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1 man is the story of a romance between a rich American
, 1 diplomat and a famous European actress, will open TO TO,
, TO, 1 MORROW and Sunday at the "DRIVRIN" Theatre.
The new Technicolor comedy, a Grandon production
, photographed in London foe Warner Bros. release, was pro.
, duced and directed by Stanley Donen from a screenplay by
Cecil Parker, Phyllis Calvert, David Kossoff and Megs
Jenkins head the strong supporting cast of "INDISCREET,"
which has an original musical score by' IIyeavold Richard
, Bennett and a title song by Hollywood's veteran tures turesmaithso
maithso turesmaithso 811111My Cahn and Jimmy Van Illeusen. AdVt.
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j,:-----5- Senate Labor Reform Bill Too Weak, Ariz. Jury- tinds' ,or,.itiooms ..
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4 .. A- affold 'Toilets '-:;-..-
F,H;, MtCiellan Tells House Labor Groups Elliot Roosevelt
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e 5,-i. .., ---- o Dozing, tit)! Drunk
1 -,- i - tt ,,, .:. shopper screamed,4' One' ,t', man
4, .,,,wAsklINGTON (UPI) The unions, saying that any sincere i' r .75' ' turned in a fire alarm., Another
i, .-';:,;,''..".; lenate's top rackets investiga.or union "could keep the Com- SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (UPD-E1- t) ,. :-.' telephoned poiice, A, large crowd
liot roosevelt, smiling happily, gathered.,',; '::.,-;. -.1,- : , ,, .,,, 1 't
,"' ',-, '.., warnea yesterday that tne United monists out." 4,1. :te,, aft.Z'',....... That it the way' Ne-w -,Ymiter's :'
;',. '' -,-: States would sinter if the House McClellan also turned his fire on rushed up to shake hands with
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. each of the nine men and three ::H., ;-.$ ..,...'s
reacted when' workmani- ,Reary ee;
'i'' ,' Waters down the Senate-passed ia- i Teamster President James R. Hof. ..
Mueller, 40, lost his footing and , i tt,.!,- t 0
- .! bar reform bill. fa, an old opponent. He said Hof. WPMen jurors Tuesday who found
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,, ,:s...0:,:!..,;.,: :,,-.. dangled, from a 14th floor ledge -..o ll ,,,,
', :, - ..''God save tile country if i.e fa's "public be damned" attitude
,, ,, him, innocent of a drunk driying
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N. ,.., Congress hasn't got the courage 'would not be changed by fly charge, .. ;, : g., ,i;',71 -;.,W:,?::, .:i.....,-. ..).,-.: of Macy's department store in a ,,
, "-'! to ao its duty,' Sen. John I,. mere "pious code of ethics." ;. scaffolding inishap, -,- , I
;,, ,. -I am very happy to have had :'i:,,:-:,i,:::',V1',,Z!::- 1 For five minutes Ilueller clang ;
..f,,, ;., McClellan (D-Ark ) told members "If Rolle gets more control over an opportunity for a hearing in ;,:E,::,,::.,::z,,,?.,,,
.,,,, of-Iwo House label subcommittees the economy of the country, -it full cottrt." said the 48-year-old .,i:.,:.;':;.:;::.:: desperately to the ledge, w h i I e :
l'1,. Considering the !egisliation. will be the fault of Congress," is :,... '':': !:.,''.:::'':' the crowd in Herald 8 4 u a r e
son of the late president, Frank-
watched and prayed.
: McClellan said even the Senate McClellan said. iin D. Roosevelt.
, -i,? Mueller, a painting company
is,,. 4. bill Was not tough enough to deal Roosevelt, who said he had "I was confident that whin the ,,,,i,
.. foreman, had been-directing two :' ..
,I, . with "evil conditions" unearthed discussed his plan wish Speaker jurors heard the facts a verdict : ,-: ,,-
" 1 by his Senate Rackets Committee. Sam Rayburn (D Tex.), predicted
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of not guilty would be returned." ::::,:. .5t ,.. 2,:::::3,:,:,-,::-::,,,,,i :,: 1 workmen on the street who- ivere
lottering a scaffold When the :
- :''-' ; "Only a stupid fool or irrespon that Democrats on the House La Ile admitted drinking "seven or '::::i'' ',' 4';H;? .;,:,:.,:. :!i:;-r:,'i:.',;.1::, :: acoffold reached' the 14th f 1 o o r, :
'-'... sible liar" would deny that cor- bor Committee would net agree to eigh' cocktails" before his arrent
',,,, ruption and abuses exist, the Ar- any bill "much 'more stringent" early in the morning last April 4, .. :.1,.
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.,!.r,:.!, ,,,:,0,i,i,J.:5 Mueller stepped' ouL The scaffold
:;,:: kansas senator said. than the Senate measure. hut denied driving the narked ear ... .. .....:,e::::,:&:,4,i-:;k, suddenly dropped : eight feet be. ,,'
:. i He specifically called for out- His own reform bill would re- in which officers found him :':. .,,:::2:i.::E...;::,;',::,,..-;,...1k,' ') fore Mueller 'could' Teeth it. He : i t .,;
:''' Jawing secondary boycotts and Jiuire desclosure of union finances oilmnPt" nver hot stoorine whe,I. ,,,:,.!,..:,..,4;.: !,. i' 3?,::: :::.::: :.. i teetered,- slipped and, fell,' but k
m a naged to 'hold:onto the ledge. ''f :.
:. stiffening curbs on organizational and protect rank-and-file riehts He said he dozed off because he '.',,:.7. :i:':::i? l' His coworkers on the ground hid ;,
,:. picketing-i-the same improvements with civil penalties. rather than was "ex'reniely tired." ....... .......,,,,.
; Sought by President Eisenhower the criminal measures provided -,,:,.::,,,,i4;.40,, ::.,,.::i,,...,;i:,A.-;,:,:.,, rilsed the scaffold 'Agaln.: nnd he ''
,,,.- and many other Republicans. by the Senate. It took !he Just:ce Court panel .SO4r"': -,,,,,,:::,,:ng:.;,.::::,?:,,:,,
'I 0..,:::::f:.:::';'i,::s-: stepped beck into the building, tin..
..i McClellan's testimony came only 35 minutes to return a 'not ::::,::7::;:;:i:::,i:,::,,:,:1W;-
:-,?.,::::,,::.: :ft:: :.vsA, hurt. He: clopped bit brow and (
';',' pear the end of the House hear- Electric Workers guilty' verdict after a day-long ,;,,,,,,,,ic-eost40-04e?' .::::,i:.,i ,:,,,.:,,,,ii.: : went 'back to worL !.-'', '
:.,1 ings which began March 4. The trial in which Roosevelt said te !,! 5e,0 ,,,:::: .,,,!,,,,,.. ,
''..' two groups now plan to try to Called 'Criminal' ..
was "roughly handled" by arrest- ,;:.,., ::,:i:,:-.
ing off iOrs. :::.i;:,: ai,: :-.',:::,.!e;.:
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Write their own version of the la- E,;,,,i T1 T7 l,,.
-' bor reform bill. In Strike Threat -I was alloyed into a police car. ,,?:::-. .':,: .3',,:, .. .... ......,
One subcommittee member, At Tempe they dragged me out .:.::H::,':: ::::;:::;i::: .. :.,:",..-;- -:.:,::..:. ,,q!:3i,, .,, .00
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Rep. James Roosevelt (D-Calif.)
.. proposed a two-step approach to
the problem. He advanced it as a
possible solution to labor's demand
tor a less stringent bill an bust bust'
' bust' :-.', !less groups' pressure for tougher
'.':' Roosevelt said his bill would
; curb abuses but hold back on any
.' changes in the Taft-Hartley law,
: .. He suggested setting up a special
' '' Senate-House committee to re-'Provincial authorities said inen someone shoved a balloon :: :: ,,:
yesterday next ty et-'q threatened at me anti said, 'titre, blow tills ' ;V ::::::;!;,t;
light and power strike would do oalioon up'," he testified.
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orive hosnitals and othor mien.. lhe alcohohc content in Itoose c .... :,:...,.::. :.::::,:,:,:
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tial installations in Cordoba Prey. vel,'s breath captured in the bal- ,,.,i:. :,,::i,: ,.,,,,::.on::,A
1 ince al electricity. loon was .208. He was booked ?...,,,. -....?,,:::..,..:4i3
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Union leaders suggested hat since unuer Arizona law a read- :,.':4..i.ii:....:,:,: i :,4:i
the government install emergenry ing of .150 or above' is considered :,4,!,,:' :i.u,10i:,-,:-,
POWer nlente 1,, hesnl'eli The' evidence of drunkenness, :.,:. : ,:, !,,:,,,::!:::
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Provincial Health Ministry d e The drunk driving charge was ,..: -ii:.,-li- Hj!i::;:.ii:::,:::?
flounced their att'tude as "crim lodged under a local ordinance ..:4::.:::1: .:;;:ii:::;:...,,:;:4;:,::i:i. :-
init." which holds that a person in ,L:,.,i,:: ":, :,-:::' :::::i;.:',: :i.i.O''':
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The Canal Zone Boy Sum ''-': '''( ;',-, :'' ' ':::'''''''4.'". ...' :444 '''..7;.;!':'''''''::::!;.'1' .'''':'-' ''''46.-:..:
. Council is reorganizing ks 'Order ,,,,.
i,',''.; port on proposed Taft-Hartley ...-,,,, of the Arrow, Chiriqui Lodge ,.......,,,e0," '7-
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Light and power workerg in physical control of a Car tan be ,..,:: .., r,4,:,
A. Changes by April 1, 1960. No. 391. ,,, ,,top..1;
cordoba and, elsewhere in Ar--- charged with drunk driving even ..-e,--
,'.: 1' McClellan told the House mem- -The Council his isseed an in.
tins havo lhrsstbnitit to etrlitis thnnah tha aohieha woe nnt ',Ina. yttistinn tn all mdamhay .n ei,A, L. ....4- r.4.-- ., 4 -. - ,-, .
CARY GRANT innOtineing she would stick b more inflation. He say s
the gov- ward him as y
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I In4Tiol !IFRGMAN in it !a, , ,. e n c e R n e I n of Rhiaesh wwaaoyu not....,..3.. ;;:,t..r.:"be ,,o.:Trn,le:rt,,,,,with,, or ,.ui:i. ,pr.,,o:.m:tieng., ,',,Itn,,4,,,,a, d:ss e:,:i,st. ,..,.u.,,p.,..:;n:.,a,,,t,,,u, i,I, t a,d, v,,a....,:n::....es, to tohnt
hnt tohnt Negishi Beach June 1 with I l
"INDISCREET" ''''''...' '' TODAY'S MOST tried to here a friend to kill her,
43. lifter World War I showed t a
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her husband despite charges hl ernment's experience during a tdo ooftileri,lachwirhoitKooyeaompanweasrstfou :
"inflation follows any effort
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GREAT DAY IN At. e A OftEAT DOUBLE!
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LIVELY 0116AN TUNE Panama's tioptilarorianist Lucho Azcarraga and his soft Frank le entertain for patrons at the new
, Port Clayton Exchange Shopping Cen ere Idooking on approvingly are Maj. Alvin E. Weber, exchange officer, and Mrs. Lea
And Capability In
Forty three men from Mortar
Battery, lst Battle 'Group, 20th in infantry,
fantry, infantry, are scheduled to .leavo
Monday for Guatetnalt te Conduct
a fire demonstration on June 17
for the Guatemalan Army.
Propose of the demonstration is
tO show the mobility of 650-pound
4.2 mortar in the jungle and its
The mobile training team will
include 39 enlisted men and four
officers, all selected Dy their- bat battery
tery battery comminder, Capt. Philip R.
Ifertz. The men have peen in conk conkpetition
petition conkpetition with one another for the
past four -months and only those
with the highest proficiency rat rating
ing rating were chosen.
ist. Lt. Harvey R. Haynes, pia.
toon ,leadetyleft early- last mouth
to make. the- necessarY arrange.
ments for the firepower exhibition.1
4bboll-foy Team As
hew toniedy Couple
Bu, oroke out too prouu
to cicalae bankruptcy, said tdday
he anu olotimer &mitt toy Jr.
were teaming up as a new corn corn,
, corn, The 63-year-old straight man of
the fameo Mood. anct costa.
comedy team told United Press
Iniernational that he anu foy, 54,
were trying to work out a routine
tor the nightclub nd television
toy is one of vaudeville's "sev "seven'little
en'little "seven'little Foys."
Ab3ott, wden he announced re recently
cently recently that he was deeply in debt,
said there was "no U83 tiling-to
wont. xney (tne government)
don't split the salary. They take
it all,-and you gdtta pay taxes on
top of it. I owe them half a mil million
lion million in deductions they didn't al allow."
low." allow." "Some people," he said today,
"have written me asking me why
I don't go into bankruptcy. But
, I wouldn't gointo bankruptcy for
milliOn dollars. If everybody
doesn't crowd me, maybe I can
etraighten these debts out.
"Maybe I can work out some
deal with the tax boys.. If they'll
only leave me a that's all
I want. I Otte have some ac action."
tion." action." Abbott's money .problems have
led him to put up his $75,000 home
tor Bine plus-most-of his other
assets collected during the rich
years in- the 1940s when he and
Costello were show business's hot hottest
test hottest comedy tearn.
"But I'm no fool," he said. "I'ai
llot sure if Eddie Fey and I are
Perfecib' suited tq each other yet.
That's something we have to work
out. But he's' a fine dancer and
bas wonderful,pathos as a come comedian.
"I know I said I didn't see the
sense of' teaming with another
partner after Lou' died, (last
,March 2), but the leters frorn all
et people ho read about my
money troubles convinced me the
rpublic 1,vould swot me with
J3aby Trampled By
, MAYWOOD, Calif. (UPI) 44!.., A
'If-month-old baby was 'knocked
from his 'carriage and trampled
in the street Wednesday by
4 stampeding 1,150-pound "tees
'1',,The frightened and enraged
mil escaped from a packing bowie
lot and made a 'mile-long charge
. threugh the streets, scattering pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians 'and vehicles) 'before be be.4
.4 be.4 leg feltpd by one SA 30 shot& fired
by pursuing policemen. One M Meer
eer Meer ntas knocked down but unto unto.41drsd.
.41drsd. unto.41drsd. 4
..,The Infant, Michael Searle, son
,,,of Mrs. Kenneth Searle, was taken
',to Maywood Hospital suffering
7trom 'a possible concussion and
numerous cuts and bruises. His
cpndition was listed as fair.
Haynes returned to Fort Kobbe to
brief team members on arrange arrange,'
,' arrange,' mente made pi Gpstemala and will
itettifil with the 'team
Handling two, of the most im important
portant important assignments for the tenm
will be 2nd. Lt. Philip Colc lough,
who will be in charge of the for forward
ward forward observation post and Dave
Howard, in charge of the fire di direction
rection direction center. Since One purpose
is to demonstrate the morta7-
man's capabilities to lay in on his
target and complete a successful
fire mission as soon as poslible,
these two lieutenants are the key
men in the firing operation. Hertz
will be in overall charge.
The ilatoon will be stationed
near uaternala &bout AO
piles rom the firing point,
' The four sections which will be
firing the 4.2 mm mortars 'are
made up of six men each. 'Non
commissioned officers in charge
of the section are Sfe. Vincent Me,
dins, Sgt. Li !burn ,Lockhart, Sic.
Jose ROila'riCo::814, Sfc. C'arence
During the w'eeks of extensive
preparatory training, the men
have spent numerous hours on the
tesr drop range, using sub-caliber
firing devices and practicing 'crew
drills. The tear drop range Is a
miniature terrain feattire upon
which non-explosive twiner shells
.are fired to simulate actual shoot shooting,
ing, shooting, without the use of explosives.
The sub-Caliber devices shoot a
small five-ounce plastic projectile
at small buildings less than 50
Battery Bring' sections recently
completed g sUpoort mission of D
Company 34th Armor (Walker) at
Rio Hato, where personnel who
will maka the trip had excellent
success on the various phases of
The team will leave by eotri-'
Mercier aircraft Monday and will
held rehearsals on Tuesday in
preparation for the 'demonstration
the following day. The instruction
is part of the United States' tiro tirogram
gram tirogram to assist Latin American
countries ininutual defense of the thehemisphere.'
,A1. ReallAs Army
Rep. On Fund Board,
col. C. A.1' Beall: Jr., has been
commended,, for.his. services as,
U.S. ArmY,Caribbean's official re-,
presentatiWou,the Canal Zone U United
nited United Fund, ,bolsrd ,of trustees and
Canal Zone Gov, W. E. Potter,
UF President, expressed "sincere
congratulations end appreciation"
for his "generous'.: and, effective
contribtition of' Hite, talent and
full 'cooperation'? Auring a two twoyear
year twoyear assoehationitheUnited Fund
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
USARCARIB commandin; general,
added a personal expression of ap appredation
predation appredation to Colonel 'Beall. Me
said this cooperation .greatly aid aided
ed aided In ,aehieving ebmmunity objec
Beall will have'. left the eom
m and before lite '1959 AInited Fund
campaign 'gets, ilederway
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Films taken at, the recent- West
Point and Annapolis gradustions
will be featured over CFN-TV Sat Saturday
urday Saturday (13.6tune) at 6:30 p.m. Newt,
reel shots show the pre-graduation
parade and diploma ceremony at
West Point, while at,Annapolid the
middlecare seen in a rehearsal of
the change of color ceremony Ac Actual
tual Actual pictures taken on graduation
day' for the future .admirsli also
Elks Join Balboa,Community
Flag Day Observance Sunday
Tinder the auspices of Panama
Canal Lodge 1414 B.P.O. Elks, the
Balboa community will join Sun
day in the observance ofSlag Day
at a program and colorful deremo
ny appropriate to the anniversary.
The Balboa Stadium will be the
scene of the Flag Day exerci's s
scheduled to open at 3 p.m. with.
music by the 776th Air Force and
the Elks' Flag Day ritull. (In the
event of rain. the program will be
staged in the lower gym In Bal
Following will be a parade of
To Free Innocenti
SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (UPI)--
The state of California is movine
to free an innocent, man conyicte
of manslaughter snd replaee hitn
'with the true killer.
The man .about to be freed is
Ulm (Tennessee) Fry.
Fry, 52, a Negro. was commit committed
ted committed to San Quentin prison last
November for a 1.0-year sentence
on his plea of guilty in the strand strandling
ling strandling of his common law wife, El El'yira
'yira El'yira Hay, 47. last August.
Richard' Thomas Conner. 32, a
conk. confessed last week that he
kill.d the wciman.
Pry.' dead drunk when arrested.
eAmitteel to Public Defender Ab Abraham
raham Abraham M. Drewsour that he
"might" have. killed his wife: He
It let flidne't know:
"When aske him if he would
nlesd eullty in manslaughter, he'
said, 'stirs.' knew he had A rec record
ord record ofi 20 nrevious arrests. Pe
knew th,, differenne between gull gull'y
'y gull'y and innocent." Drewsow said.
Fry went tn nrison.
But with Coop It's confession,
the iegol machinery began turn-1
To get into San Quentin, a' court
must make the commitment. To
oet out: it takes similar legal ac action,
tion, action, A nardon for Fry must be
signed by Gov. Edmond G.1
The nprdon 'lolled
by Fry Tuesday, WAS forwarded
to the governor's office.
Now the application moat be In Inkostigated
kostigated Inkostigated by both Cecil Poole;
oho governor's clemencv secre secretary,
tary, secretary, and the ,California Adult
Authority in Sacritmento
It will be about a week. -aceording
to legal sources, before Fry
tkir Force Officer
Tn 13e Frown ome
With. Heod Wound
TOKYO (tPI)The condition
of Lt. C01. BerAard I. Creenberg,
who received a head wound May
24 in what offt4als saM was a
suicide attempt. tas Improved
slightiv. He will lie, flown to the
tIrdted States,lomorrow US
Air Force spokesman made
Greenberg, 42, former com commander
mander commander of the lAmerican Nike,
Hercules Mfasilellittalion on Fors
mom was flown to, Tachlkawa
Air Base near here three Asys
Rao for further medieel treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Ho Is f r om Wilmington;
Christ ,Foi Youth
Meets 111'106 Abajo
The Church of 'God in Rio Abs AbsJo
Jo AbsJo will be host to the Christ for
Youth Fellowship of Panama' to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:30 p.M. This church
has been selteted in keeping with
the tradition of monthly soul,win soul,winning
ning soul,winning campaighs. The 'manager of
radio station )10X0 will be guest
PANAMA AMMAN so AN
flags featuring nine banner I,'
which have at some time during
the history of the nation, been the
flag of the land will be presented.'
Nine flags'will be shown, each car
ried by a Boy Scout, while its
place in' history is told to the au
dience and the band plays a
number appropriate to that time
First in the procession of flags
will be the Red Cross of England,
the flag of King Henry VII, which
was planted in America In 1497 by
Henry Cabot. It will be followed
by the flag which was used in 1008
when the field of the English ban
ner was changed from white to
blue and the white cross of St.
Andrew was placed theron by King
kantes,i. It ts knovm ',Abe ilnion
Of the King's Colors. A year later
the English flag was changed
from blue to crimson, with the
cross on the blue field in tbe upper
corner. and this banner will be
the third in the 'procession
Fourth flag will be the first flag
of the colonies, using a pine tree
on a white field, in liew mf,the
English flags. It was the pine tree
banner that the Americans CS?
ried into the battle of bunker Ell
Following this in the procession'
will be the "snake flag" used bv
the sounthern colonies In 1770
and 177. Sixth in the procession
will be the flag of congress colors,
the grand union banner with the
13 stripes of alternating red and
white. with the red cross of' St.
GPorge and the white cross of St.
in the limner corner. This
flag W8s the first American flag
snlute of hon
or. It was the flag that was raised
,har George Washington's head
morters in Cambridge, Masa:
The seventh flag in the Precea
sion, with 13 stripes alternatine
red and white and 1,1 stars, reeeiv
ed its baptism of fire at Fort
Schuyler, New York, August 3,
Following the development of
the nation was tile flag of. 15
stripes and '5 stars, and It :Wag
this banner that inspired rrancis
Scott' Keys to write the "Star
Spangled Fianner" in Mt 4This
banner will be the eigth in the pro
cession of flags.
Ninth and lest lti the, Prom
lion of flags is the United States'
"Old Mary" of today. providedin
a snide! act of Congreielin,
when it was decreed that the flat
of the nstion should have 13
strines, with 20 stars in the blue
field for the states then ter the
union, and a new star added for
During the ceremony.. which
will open ,with intorductory exer
cises by the officers of the Elks'
Lodge and history of the flu,
bv Past Exalted Ruler Haroird
Zierten, the band will plait music
appropriate to the era which the
flag represents. Much of this mu
cie was written and arranged in
the past two weeks by P.E.R Vic
tor Herr of ths Balboa High
Of Heart Attack
wAsmNoTor (UPI) Roy
Fletcher Priest, husband of Ivy
Biker Priest, the treasurer of the
United States, died today in Ar.
lington Hospital in nearby Virgin.
lc He was 75.
An aide to Mrs. Priest said
Priest suffered a heart attack
Priest had been salesman for
a wholesale furniture companYi
covering a seven-state region out
He retired in 1954 and moved to
Washington, joining Mrs. Priest
who was appointed :Ireasurer in
PAPS LASHES RIDS
MADRID (um-4mi' Madrid
newspaper' Arriba claimed Tues.
day that Russia is spendtng five
million "dollars a year on prop'.
(and& and, subversion in Spain.
INDAPIINDAN11 DAILY NAWSPAPAN
iti,rginla Governor Shifts- Position,-
Viints Public Not Private Classes
A RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) Gov.
J, Lindany Almond invaded a
segregationist stronghold Tuesday
night to plead for the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of public schools and cautions-Against
privsts classes as a
, Means of circumventing integra integra1
1 integra1 tion.,
2 Almond, who less than aix
011 months 'ego championed "massive
1 resistance," conceded that Virgin VirginP
P VirginP la could not secede from the
Vnion, "overthrow the federal
government and we cannot re re,
, re, verse a final decree of' a federal
e governor chose Front -Royal,
where the only high school in
Warren County was abandoned
Iv 800 white students who went
to private school tob avoid race
' mbting, to speak strongly against
the abolition of public schools as
4. weapon to head off future in integgratidn.
teggratidn. integgratidn. i "If public education is 'ban.
doned in any county or city, then
gublic support for private edues edues.
. edues. on therein on a segregated basis
btoomes most precarious," he
Althond was interrepted only
Me with scattered applause
from the crowd of about 800
which had not expected him to
make a major speech on integra integration.
tion. integration. Also Tuesday, .t h Virginia
Methodiet Conference overwhelm overwhelmingly
ingly overwhelmingly approved a resolution call calling
ing calling for start toward "slowly but
LeW consistently" complying with the
dea Supreme Court's orders.
TM Methodists, meeting in Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, called for maintenance of
public s cho Is and reaffirmed
their opposition to the use of the
confernce's church buildings for
At Floyd, a tiny community in
ay the, Allegheny Mountains, 15 Ne Negro
gro Negro .applicents to two white high
schools were told their trensfor
requests were not properly made
e r I,' and could not be considered.
No Love, Nothing
Says Actress Kim
Novak Of Europe
NEW YORK (UPI) Actress
Kim Novak, returning from a 30
day visit to Europe, denied any
romantic attachments yesterday
She said her closest tie at the
moment was with her studio.
The blonde actress, wearing a
two-piece black sheath dress and
displaying a large bruise below
the knee of her shapely left leg,
arrived by plane, from Parts with
She suffered the bruise when
she fell in her hotel room in Mu Munich
nich Munich a week ago.
Miso Novak said she had danced
Witb actor Cary Grant in Paris,
spent some time with Italian so socialite
cialite socialite MPrio Bandlni and met
several friends at the Cannes
Film Festival. but in no' case was
On Sunday June 21, commenc commencing
ing commencing at 3 p.m. the Persian Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Sunday School will spon sponsm.
sm. sponsm. a program giving tribute to
Miss Sybil Henry is respnei respneibel
bel respneibel for thel preparation of the
program. Miss Clara Watley will
act in the capacity of chair-lady,
and the Rev. Ephrain Alphonse
will be the guest speaker.
In addition theire Ill be vcral
and instrumental selections by
artists from both sides of the
Isthmus. An inviation has been
extended to all men. At the CM CMelusion
elusion CMelusion of this program a pleas pleasand
and pleasand surprize will await them.
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The Floyd County School Board,
faced with the first desegregation
move in Southwest Virginia, toid
the applicants their reqUests must
be submitted In person by their
parents by July I on forms pro provided
vided provided by the State Pupil Placem-nt
Board, which has made ail
:ts assignments on a stigregat stigregatezi
ezi stigregatezi basis.
Nine previously white schools in
Norfolk, Alexandria and Arling Arlington
ton Arlington admitted 31 Negroes under
court orders last reb. 2 in a quiet
start toward desegregation in Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia followinl the collapse of the
collapse of the "massive resis resistance"
tance" resistance" laws
JACKSON, Miss, (UPI) A
pair 'of Indianola, Miss. Negroes
ssid today they were swindled out
of We by a stranger who claimed
th Dods County sheriff's office
here was selling whisky "rail
Ruby Edwards and Willie Ander Anderson
son Anderson said the stranger, a Negro,
told them he could buy confiscated
whisky for them from the sheriff.
The three' drove here Tuesday
and the stranger talked with a
white man in front of the court courthouse.
house. courthouse. He then collected the mon money
ey money and told the pair to drive to
the back door to pick up the
The two Negroes waited for
hours before, the truth finally
dawned on them.
Dr. Israel Draokin
Returns To Chile
From Israel Visit
Dr. Israel Drapkin, president
of the District Grand Lodge No.
20 (Latin America) of the B'nai
B'rith, international Jewish fra fraternity,
ternity, fraternity, will arrive on Sunday
June 14 from Israel on his way to
his home in Chile.
Drapkin has just mend' at attended
tended attended the world cotivention of
the B'nal B'rith in' Israel and is
making his last inspection in Pa Panama
nama Panama to the "Irving Zapo Lodge"
and the "Harry Kris Lodge," Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Drapkin, a noted criminologist,
will occupy a cathedral, at the
niviTsity .of .Tel Ay iv,.in Octabcr
of this year.
The "Han Ty Kris Lodge" in Co Colon
lon Colon will tender a luncheon in his
honor while the "Irving Zapp
Lodge" will hold a meeting at the
Kol Shearith Israel Community
Hall on Monday at 8 p.m.,
MGM SAT. till 8 p.m.
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SANTA' MONICA, Calif. (UPI)
A 42-year-old mother sealed the
kitchen door and window Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, turned on the gas stove jets
and sat down to await death.
While she waited to die, Mrs.
Isabel Rudberg 'pulled out a deck
of eards and began playing soli solitains
tains solitains to pass her last few minutes.
Then she felt like having a last
Mrs. Rudberg was recovering
today from burns over her face,
arms snd hands caused when the
lighted match for her cigarette ex.
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eat prayers Witte Said yesterday
to mark the 24th birthday of the
Da lid Lama at the exilehmii, of
the Tibetan god-king in Musa
Taking part in the celebration
were the Dalai LIM his abbots
former ministers and other Tibet Tibetan
an Tibetan dignitaries who sought asylum
in India when the Chinese Com Communists
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their MOuntain land.
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Pierce, at least, wound up with
one-hitter as the first place
White Sox beat the Senators, 3-1,
Pascual, his mound opponent,
wound up talking to himself after
losing his third straight game with
two out in the ninth inning,
One -look at the log of Pascual's
last three losses is enough to con convince
vince convince anyone the Washington right rightbander
bander rightbander is the No. 1 candidate for
the hard-luck pitcher of the year.
He had the Yankees shut out
with two out in the ninth on May
11 when Bill Skowron beat him
with a three-run homer.
Last week, the Tigers also beat
him with two out in the ninth, and
last night Jim Landis beat him
with two out in the ninth by hit hitting
ting hitting a two-tun double.
So Pierce really has no com complaint.
plaint. complaint. The Whit, Sox ION had a per,.
fort game against the Senators
with two out In tilts ninth last
27 when pinch hitter Ed Fitz
Gerald, now 'with Cleveland,
broke up the no-hitter with a
Ron Samford was the culprit
iast night. Ilis third inning double
was the only hit Pierce allowed
en route to his seventh victory.
Pierce retired the next two bar
ters, then walked three in a FONV
to force in Washington's only run
Rocky Colavito, still pine Orono
after his four homers Wednesday
tight. doubled home the winning
run in the eiehth winning last ninht
to boost Cleveland into second
place with a 2-1 triumph over Bal
timore. The Athletics dumped
the Yankees bark.in'n second di
vision with a 9-rlicking and the
s Veers ripped the'Red Sox, 8-1 in
otter American League games
Milwaukee widened its National
League lead to two games with
an 8-0 victory over St. Louis: Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh beat San Francisco. 12-9::
I,os Angeles crushed Philadelnhia
11-0, and Cincinnatt mauled Chica
go 8-0. ;',4 no,
Colavito coaeabd for,his game gamewinnine
winnine gamewinnine two-begger off Milt Pap Pappas
pas Pappas after Woodio 'Held opened the
eighth inning with a walk. Win Winter
ter Winter Don Ferrarese held the Orioles
tn seven hits and enabled the In
dians to move a half-eame ahead
of Baltimore, which dropped to
Kansas City raked an old nem nemesis,
esis, nemesis, Bob Turley, for seven runs
and 10 hits in four innings to beat
thp Vankees. Kent Hadley's two
run homer highlighted a five-run
fifth inning rally by the A's, who
beat Turley for only the third
time in his career against 16 loss losses
es losses to him. Ned Garver nosted his
fifth victory althoueh he gave un
homers to Norm Siebern. Mary
Throne-Berry and Mickey Mantle,
and Mickey Mantle. and finally
yinlded to Russ Meyer in the
Ray Narleski limited the Red
Sox to five hits in helping the Tig Tigers
ers Tigers climb to within a half-game
, of third plaace. The only run Nar Narleski
leski Narleski nermitted was Ted Williams'
second homer of the season in the
aixtt. Al Kaline, Larry Osborne
and Red Wilson hit homers in Det Detroit's
roit's Detroit's 15-hit attack.
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made en batteries! Ordinary
battery plates Oert) have lost
vital power prodsming material
and failed after only 55 boom
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FOR SALE AT
Camilo Pascual Loses
Third Straight In 9th
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 12 (UPI) That's two no nohitters
hitters nohitters Washington now has loused up for Billy
Pierce but if you think he's Pitching in tough luck,
get a load of poor Camilo Passual.
The Braves snapped the Cardi Cardinals'
nals' Cardinals' three-xame winning streak
with a 12-hit offensive that includ included
ed included home runs by Casey Wise and
Del Crandall. Bob Buhl hurled a
five-hitter and struck out eight in
winning his sixth game. Wilmer
Mizell, the loser, pow is 7-3.
The Pittsburgh San Francisco
game was a comedy of errors with
a total of 12 miscues. Pittsburgh
committed seven and San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco five, but the two that hurt
most were the ones made by Giant
shortstop Andre Rodgers. His first
error paved the way for two un unearned
earned unearned runs in the seventh and
his second helped the Pirates to
two more in the eighth when they
scored five runs,to en ahead.
Reliever Reit Face won his
ninth straight game without a
loss and his 14th in a row dating
back to las4 year even though
he was tagged for a thrge-run
homer by pinch hitter Willie
Ma vs in the eighthWillie Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland hit hvo homers for- the
Giants" ancP'Dieft -Stuart one for
Southpaw Johnny Podres of the
Dodgers held the Phi Ilies to two
hits in winning his seventh game
of the season and fifth straieht.
Podres ...struck out seven. ,walked
three aid never permitted' a run runner
ner runner to ',Of 'as fav.alt second'. Tie
also ctiniibuted three of t e
Dodgers' 19 hits. Don Demeter
drove in five runs with a pair of
homers ,and two sineles, Robin
aberts was 'the loser,
Roy McMi)lan clnweii a 0-Teerun
homer to hein Don Newcombe
and the Reds to thPir VIVOMP'411-
Pr t CO.. The tory' wis
Newcombe's sixth and dineirinati
made it easy for him, by eet'ine
to loser Moe Drahowsky for five
runs by the end of the third inning.
(Basal on. 3 or more decisions,)
Anton,' Ill, Giants
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn,' White Sox
1111110UNCING... a bold new
concept in battery cagineering
9 0 1.000
7 2 .778
8 3 .727
7' 3' .700
9 4 .69?
9 0 1.000
5 1 833
5 1 .833
5 2 .714
8 4 .667
5 3 .667
5 3 .667
6 3 .667
4 2 .667
WAJDA SCORES TRIPLE
BOSTON (UPI)Jockey Henry
Wajda scored a triple at Suffolk
Downs Wednesday. Wajda, the
track's third leading rider. won
with Town Count in the fourth
race, Dashing Squaw in the sixth
and Eternal Bim in the featured
especially designed for mere driv)ag cc:2bn
POWS& Botio,-an ancluabooratiatAnW-1..lio diavekroont, okintinalas tho
major mama baiter, loam dooltaigiag vibration.' rower
produmnitiolosi oimori bonding. Power
Bond ostootraiontase yahoo tionn4 in ordinary
brawl's. Maid tooled ben esdillitdrome Ores statimom strengih.
PANAMA AUTO, S.
Ave. 11 (Jos Fee. de la Ossai No. 30-75
Tel'. 3-4704 Is 3-3050
Orders front Provinces and gas stations will
receive immediate attention
Runs Batted In
Jensen, Red Sox
Ka line, Tigers
Mathews, Braves 20
Robinson, Reds ;
Banks, Cubs 15
Cepeda, Giants 14
Killebrew, Senators 19
Co lavito, Indians 18
Triandos, Orioles 13
Key Figures In
By FRED DOWN
Murtilo Steps' Out
(Saanti on 150 official at Ws I B
National League n t WIT QUill ero
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 55 226 43 93 .412
Burgess, Pitt. 48 160 20 56 .350
White, St. L. 48 162 24 55 .340
Cepeda, S. F. 56, 226 44 76 .336
Mays, S. F. 55 218 49 72 .330
Pinson, Cin. 56 232 49 75 .323
Temple, Cin. 56 221 42 '70 .317
Bruton, Mil. 47 174 30 55 .316
Demet., L. A. 52 188 32 59 .314
Bouchee, Phi. 52 192 29 60 .313
Logs Mil. 49 166 21 52 .313
Kuenn, Det. 47 183 27 64 .350
Ka line, Del 54 216 31 75 .347
Runnels, Bos. 53 208 33 70 .337
Fox, Chicago 54 224 31 75 .335
Wood., Bal. 50 159. 21 52 .327
Lopez, N. Y. 49 187 '32 58 .310
Bridges, Det. 54 194 20 60. .309
Mantle, N.Y. 46 174 38 53 .305
Aparicio, Chi. 55 221 40 66 .298
Phillips, Chi. 52 181 21 54 .298
K. 41 151 23 45 .298
NEW YORK (UPI) Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel is playing it cautiousconsid cautiousconsidering
ering cautiousconsidering the Yankees' rapid rise in
the American League standings
but at least he's willing to con concede
cede concede that ,Hector Lopez and Jim
Bronsta "are making it."
That's Casey's way of saying
that Lopez' .375 batting average
since he was obtaised from Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City and Bronstad's three
strong relief performancesoince
he was brought up from Rich Richmond
mond Richmond of the nternational League
have been key factors in making
the Yankees healthy again.
Both figured prominently when
the Yankees scored their llth vie vietory
tory vietory in 13 games and went one
game over .50t) with a 6-4 victory
over the Athletics Wednesday. Lo Lopez
pez Lopez hit safely twice ist the clutch
and Bronstad retired the A's in
the ninth after Art Ditmar wilted
in the 93-degree heat.
"That fella (Lopez) gets a good
piece of the ball most every
time," said Stengel. "That's what
we neededa hitter in the line lineup.,,
up.,, lineup.,, Lopez, 26-year-old native of I
Colon, Panama, has collected 19
hits in 48 trips as a Yankee awl
his 14 runs batted la are tops for
the team since he joined it. As a
result, 'Stengel ,znade him the
Yankee cleanup man Wednesday
and indicated he'd be hitting 3-4-5
virtually every day. s
Bronstad is a 23-year-old right
hander brought up at the ume
time that the Yankees made their
deal for Lopez and pitcher Ralph
Terry with the Athletics. He now
has pitched 2'1-3 Maims in relief
without yielding a run and Stengel
is toying with the idea of starting
Nine units from Fort Kobbe will
go into competition Saturday, June
13, to determine the company level
swimming champions to represent
Fort Kobbe in the Annual PAP'
The meet will begin at 9:00 o'-
clock Saturday at the Fort Kobbe
Pool with the nine companies com competing
peting competing in nine swimming and div diving
ing diving events'. The events will consist
of a 50 meter freestyle, 50 meter
'butterfiY, '50 meter backstroke, 00
meter freestyle, 100 meter breast breaststrke,
strke, breaststrke, 150 meter individual med medley,
ley, medley, 200 meter medley relay, div diving
ing diving from the one meter spring springboard,
board, springboard, and diving from the three
meter snringboard will round out
thn morning's activilien.
The winning individonlm will be
the Fort Kobbe representativeli to
the PAT swimming meet on June
20 at Fort Gulick.
R H Pct.
43 93 .412 C ''', .. '1 Roberto Murillo, the Panama
20 56 .350 s. iir A A Elk
eatherweight who returned to his
24 55 .340
44 76 .336 IX PI. Kecords Threatened homeland several months ago al alAM
AM alAM er a successful boxing tout of Cos Cos49
49 Cos49 72 .330
49 75 .323i . i ta Rica ,and Nicaragua; will step
1! 7k2 ilT, In 1 inrnin Track AAPPl Trt flay-.
out of his class Sunday night
I when he tackles lightweight con
21 52 .313 1
1 014..7.1.04. Jr" igs: t a
By MURRAY M. MOLAR
LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI)Enthusi (UPI)Enthusiastic
astic (UPI)Enthusiastic workouts by a record crop
ot entrants, plus a review of sea season
son season performances, brought predic predictions
tions predictions that at least six National
Collegiate Athletic Associatios
records could be broken easily
during the '59 NCAA track meet
opening here tonight.
, The NCAA marks in the 220-
yard dash, 220-yard low hurdles,
javelin and hammer throw have
!already been topped in season
'achievements by athletes now on
hand. Records in the 100-yard
dash and the 120 high hurdles
have been. heft
Competition opens at 4:30 p.m.
today with preliminaries in
the hammer throw. the meet
closes tomcyrrow after the 220 low
hurdles, scheduled for mid midevening.
evening. midevening. There were 434 entries
from 103 of the nation's major
KU LARGEST 'GROUP
Kansas University entered 20
men the largest single contingent.
Many of the KU squad members
are certain point winners so the
Jay-hawks were favored to take
the team championship.
Kansas placed second last year
at Berkeley, Calif., to USC, win winner
ner winner of the NCAA track title 20
times since the first meet in 1921.
But the Trojans are ineligible for
NCAA competition this season
while sitting out a penalty for
over-enthusiastic recruiting. Kan Kansas
sas Kansas has yet to win its first title.
Actually, the 100-yard record of
9.3, seconds, set, two years ago by
Bobby Morrow of Abilene Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, has been tied three times
this season by Ray Norton of
San Jose State, Roscoe Cook of
Oregon and Billy Woodhouse of
Swim Program Begins Monday
Registration for' the School's
Playground Swimming Program
at Coco Solo Pool will get under
way at Coe Solo gymnasium on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday'
June 15, 16 and 17, between
9:00 a.m. and 11 a.m.
The pool is presently closed for
painting. All classes, with the ex exception
ception exception of the competitive swim swimming
ming swimming class and the water safety
aide course, will begin as soon as
the pool reopnes. Opening of the
Coco Solo Pool will be announced
at a later date.
The competitive swimming
class will begin this Monday
June 15. The class 'will attend
practice sessions at Gatun Pool
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 12 noon. Transportation.
will be provided.
Participants will leave from Co Coco
co Coco Solo Gyn at 1:30 a.m. All Coco
Solo children wishing to compete
in "The Annual Elks Canal Zone
Swimming Chamnionships" which
will be held at Gamboa Pool. on
the 4th of July, are urged to at attend.
tend. attend. The Water Safety Aide Training
Course will begin its instructional
sessions at Coco Solo Pool on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, June 22, at 8:00 cm. Adults
as well as students 15 years and
older lire invited to take part in
this enlightening program.
The course is designed to train
Aides in Instructional TeChnioues
diate level of swimming. The
course will be of special benefit
to those who wish to take Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced Water Safety Inetruction
As part of the vacation pro program,
gram, program, Weekly Swimming Meets
will be held for Margarita and
orts Brie s ;
ALMOST TIRS RICORD
NEW YORK et1P1)--Bally Ache
came within a second el tyMg the
tiveLturiong mark ,1,,at Belmont
Park Wednesday while winning
the $35,500 Juvenile' ,Stekes in
58 4-5 seeonilc r', '.
OLD TIMIS DAY
NEW YORK (UPDThe New
York Yankees hive invited- rep,
resentatives of every Yankee and
opposing National League 'club
club who met in ti World Series
tip Participate ht emus' 041
Timer's Day program :Aug. II.'Yhe
Yankees have played 24 World
Seriee since 1921.
PArinitsom SCORNS 'KO
Patterson' knocked out 2511-pound
marring partner Ed Bunyan
Wednesday 411Ale 'training oke,. kis
June 25 heavyweight title defenee
agiinst ntemar Johanson of
However, Woodhouse is eligible
for the Lincoln meet and Cook
had to drop out because of an
allergy that forced him to stay
home. Norton is here.
JONES 'rigs RECORD
In the 120 highs, Hays Joses
of Easters Michigan has posted
a 13.6 secondWM that ties the
record. held by Lee Calhoun of
North Carolina College. Elias Gi.1-1
bert, Winston Salem speedster
who won three hurdle races
in the small college NA1A meet
last week at Sioux Falls, is close
with k 13.7. 1
Charles Tidwell, of Kansas
back to.defend the 220 low hurdlel
record he set in winning last year
in 22.7. But- this time has been
topped by Dick Howard, New
Mexico, :22.4; Cal Coley,
Abilene-Christian asd Jones, both
The NCAA meet record for the
220 yard dash around a turn is
held b Eddie Collymore of Villa Villanova
nova Villanova at :20.7. Collymore's back,
although he has a leg injury. He'll
have a rough battle with two San
Jose State sprinters, Bob Poynter
and Ray Norton, who have done
:20.2, although on a straight
For the mile run, Ed Moran ,of
Penn State has a 4:02.1 earlier.
this season and Gail Hordson of
Oklahoma a 4:03.4, both betteri
than the winning, record-making
4:03.5 turned in by Ron Delany
of Villanova last year.
Bill Alley of Kansas, who has hasposted
posted hasposted a toss of slightly over 270
feet, is almost certain to crack
the Javelin Record of 257-1, made
in 1958 by John Fromm of Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Lutheran. John Lawlor of
Boston Ilniversity.has whirled the
hammer 208-8, well beyond the
three year old record of Bow Bows
s Bows Bill McWillia ms.
hool's Coco Solo Swimsters on Saturday
gram mornings at 10 a.m.
under The program is conducted by
m on. the Schools Division Department
esday of Physical Education and, Ath Athtween
tween Athtween letics. No charge will be made for
participation in classes or activi activiK1
K1 activiK1 for ties.
ie ex- Each child participating in ,the
swim- program must present a swim swimsafety
safety swimsafety ming pool Identification card up upon
on upon as on admission to the pool. Appli Applithe
the Applithe cations for pool cards may be
unced made upon registering for the pro program.
gram. program. lining The complete program will in-'
iday elude the following classes and
Pool Kindergarten, Mon, Wed, 9 a.m.
and 'Beginner, Mon, Wed. 9 a.m.
tailor'. Advanced Beginner, Mon,- Wed,
rn Co- Intermediate, Mon, Wed, 10 a.m.
Coco Swimmer, Mon. Wed, 10 a.m.
mpete Adults, Tues, Thurs, 9:30 a.m.
Zone Advanced, Mon, Wed, 11 a.m.
which Jr. Life Saving, Mon, Wed, 11
DI. on a.m.
to at- Sr. Life Saving, Mon, Wed, lj
sining Competitive Swimming, Mon.,
tional Wed, Fri. 1 p.m.
Mon- Water Polo, Tues, Thtirs, 10 cm
Wits Games and Relays, Tues, Thurs,
s and 1
srt in Weekly Swim Meets, Sat. 10 a.
train Swim for funswim for health
tinting swim for safety.
tender lorge Quintero in a 134-
pound ten-round-feature at Pio
Murillo who has boon trying.
in' vain.lor. bout with any of
tho kading' fatal 126-poundors,
finally was forspd fo,,,turn.to :ha
135-pound division.,if he wore ,to
fight at all.
Quintoro,is fresh frOm a sensa sensational
tional sensational one-round kayo over Tito
Marshell, who in three ptevious
meetings, had defeated Quintero
The abbreviated matchi which
was held in Colon three weeks ago
Sunday, had 'hardly got going
when Marshall was Sent to the
canvas for the first of three knock knockdowns.
downs. knockdowns. The slaughter was halted
by the referee, when, the loser hit
the deck the last time.
That fast kayo' win made the Co Colon,
lon, Colon, youngster the, main contender
for Heracio- Dttis1 lightweight
In theysomifinal sat for six
heats,. young Constantino Diaz,
who fought as a substitute a against
gainst against veteran Redo Ifo Ampudia
a couple of months ago and bat battled
tled battled to a crowd-ploasing draw,
gets another crack at Ampudia.
The weight limit Is 118 pounds.
Diaz, fully ,prepared this time,
says he is cOnfident of putting
over a clearcut victory.
A four-round prelim brings to together
gether together Roily McKay and Ray Best
at a weight limit pf 128 pounds.
McKay is a promising kid brother
of the late, great Rocky McKay,
who was Panama's 126 pound
champ Lat the time of his death in
an automobile accident several
The four-round curtain raiser
will see Antonio TorreglOsa swap swapTing
Ting swapTing punches with Ernesto Camp Campbell
bell Campbell at 124 pounds.
General admission price is SI.
NEW YORK, June 12 (UPI)
In a late betting switch, Carlos Or Ortiz
tiz Ortiz today bec$ime a 13-10 favorite.
to beat southpaw Kenny Lane in
their fight tonight for the revived,
synthetic junior welterweight ti title.
tle. title. Their Madison Square Garden
12-rounder the first fight for the
140-pound championship in near nearly
ly nearly 13 years will be televised and
broadcast nationally by NBC.
'Until today, shandy-haired Lane
of Muskegon, Mich., had been a
slight favorite at odds that swind swindled
led swindled down to 11-10. Increased sup support
port support for swarthy Ortiz of New York
add Puerto Rico caused the
Zhe 12-rounder is a return bout.
Lane, ,27, won a majority decision
over Puerto Rican Ortiz, 22 at
Miami Beach last Dec. 31.
That was before Lane's manager
slick Jack (Doc) Kearns, dreamed
up the idea of resurrecting the
140-pound .crown for publicity
and more loot.
At Miami Beach fought as,
lighweight (135-poun.d) conters
and their, purses were only 34,000
each plus a percentage of the gate.
But tonight lane gets 3-1-3 per
cent of st $30,000 TV fee, plus a
gate percentage, Ortiz receives 20
oer cent of, the same. Which
proves that a tittle even if
synthetic has value, when pro pro,perly
,perly pro,perly bally-hooed.
Echoes of the drumbeats were
heard In Italy (where Duilio Loi)
welterwight (147-pound) cham
SMOOT 81 PAREDES
Nati )(mai., ague,:.:,,,
TEAMS L 2 Pct.
Milwaukaa ,,,, 33 ',22
San Francisco 32', 25 ,.561-
Los Angeles a 30 17;1.526
Chipago 4 29 .,211,',309; 5
Pittsburgh ),C, 29.428 ,;,.,509
Cinchmati 2 29
,St. Louis ':,, 22 '32 1,407 101a
Philadelphia 11 '12 .3 IL
Milwaukee at Chicago
San Francisco at Phil. (N)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
Yesterday's Results : Yesterday's Results 1.
Milwaukee 010 020 050-8 12 0 Retrofit 000 001 304-8 15
St. Louis 000 000 000,--0 5 2 Bbston 000 001 000-1 5 2
Buhl (6-3) and Crandall.
Mizell (7-3) Grjssom, andql. Narleskt (t6) and Wilson. r. A.,"11
Smith, Katt. Will (2-1), Fornieles and,Wluteft
Los Angeles 430 000 013-11 19 0
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0' 2 1
Podres (7-2) and Roseboro.
Roberts (4-5), Meyer, Robinson,
Simmons, Phillips and Thomas.
San Francisco 140 000 031-9 1 5
Pittsburgh 020 003 25x-12 13 7
Sanford, Worthington, Shipley G.
Jones, Miller (3-2), Zanni and
Friend, Face (9-0), Law and
Cincinnati 032 000 030-8 8 0
Chicago -4, 000 000 000-0, 3 -2
Newcombe (6-4) and Bailey
Drabowsky (4-5), Hobbie, More Morehead,
head, Morehead, Hillman and S. Taylor.
RP Fighters Outscore CZ Boxers 3-1;;',::-
1 411 r,
In Interesting Nationii Gym Prograriiiii:
Panama City amateur boxers last
night came out on top 3-1 over
fighters from the Canal Zone in, an
interesting prograqi, staged at tshe
National Gym by tife llo 'tint 'tinting
ing 'tinting Club. All the boutS were set
for three rounds.
Tho boys from tho other side
of tho border showed gameness
and willingnost to fight in tho
four bouts in which they mot
their Panama rivals, but their
evident lack of oxporitinco was
capitalized on by tho Panama
In the main event Rafael Jime Jimenez,
nez, Jimenez, Panama, 133, scored a unani unanimous
mous unanimous decision over Jasper Failey,
Paraiso, 133.. Failey fought hard
all the way but was outclassed by
his foe who sent him to the can canvas
vas canvas for an eight-count in the final
Rocky Nelson, Panama, 127, took
a unanimous verdict from Clyde
Thomas, Paraiso, 126r in the semi semifinal.
Alberto McDonald, 115, Parai Paraiso,
so, Paraiso, knocked out Alberto Ford,
119, Panama, in 1:30 of the sec second
ond second round. This was the only
bout in which a Union emerged
victorious. Ford took a right up uppercut
percut uppercut to the ,chin, fell forward
and remained on his stomach un untit
tit untit he was lifted to his corm. aft aftor
or aftor being counted out.
Roberto Guillen, 114, Panama,
eained a unanimous verdict over
Rodrigo Brown,.112, Paraiso, in an another
other another prelim:
In the lively curtain raiser Kid
Morrocho, 96. Chorrillo, decisioned
,Pedro Carvajal, 95, Marafin. This
encounter proved to be the most
evenly matched of the evening.
pion of Europt.---a greed yesterday
to meet tonight's wituter fcir the
140-pound title at, the Garden, Aug.
mencan 4.- A
A Le LeTEAMS
TEAMS LeTEAMS 4 w licik;:ata
Chicago SI .24 -.564
Clovoland '20 '24 530 114:
Balt,mons 29 '24 ,427 2 'e
Dotroit, ,, '28, 2C-i-519 2141
Now York 26s' 26,.500
Kansas City 25 20 .490 .41.-,b
Washington 24 31 .436'
Boston 23 31 .426 14
.Chleago at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at New York ,(N) e
Cleveland at Washington (N)
Kansas City at Boston (N)
Kansas City 002 150 010-9 Liu 0-,01!.J
New York 001 000 211-5 11 0 1
Garver (54), Meyer and House.
Turley (54), Shantz, Coates apd
Cleveland 000 010 010-2 7 0,
Baltimore 000 010 000-1 tft0;:Zn.
Ferrarese (5-T) and Brown. er
Pappas (5-3)' and Triandos.
Chicago 001 000 002-3 9 i
Washington 001 000 000-1 2.3
Pierce (7-8) and Lollar.
Pascual (4-7) and Porter, 14-1i
Morrocho, a 16-year-old son.
Young Isaac, a crowd-pleasing fly
weight who fought professionaHg--1.
up to Wit 11, years ago, sent-t120-4
scrapptCarvajal to the deck in thil"-",--1
last round for an eight-count.' I
But Padre, 17 years old, gat up
and battled strongly right to the
final ball. A Worn bout hes beef'
announced for JI.To 2.5 al tha
- A large group of Canal Zone farp,'
turned out to root fsr tifeir
Along The Fairways.
AMADOR RAINY EASON
The Fort Amador Rainy Season
Golf Tournament has been set ips
une 22 throuela August 1R.at the,Ft.
Amador Golf Course. All entrants
will have an opportunity to, ettlit:'
Pete each week of the tournament-1,A
without elimination until the telifkr e,
nev is completed. toLl et b
Eligible to enter the followine
All militarv Personnel working tvIt)1
v'ort Amador; Caribbean CommeM!
Readouartera and activitiet Ineatedt---k
ouerrv Tleleht: D
st7th Artillery: ph Naval Dlatigitt
neadouartera and Naval activitia" ...t
located on Fort Amador, and raffle
tarv members of the Panama kra,.:
nal Government located in the Pa:
Ole area. ha ,
The basis for Play will be match
Play with handicap. The diffpr-
ence in strokes will be as indicate46
on the score pird and for ItAth
handicapped holes as indicated An,
tho score card.
Those interested mity phone Fort,,e,'..
kmador Snecial services, 4206.
, 7 )
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1 .1,7 oi
, 11...,,,, 4 r, 40,44, 0, aw. yo Ago. A4
, t V
! , Th,
i,, : ;
t i NEI
. hitters I
. get a loa
, a one-hitter
e White Sox b
.., wound up ta
P losing his thi
ri tWO out in th
' One -look a
, last three lo!
., vince anyone
bander is th,
He had 9
with two out
' I 11 when Bill
.1 with a three
him with twc
1 last night Ji
, with two out
, ling a two-11
, Sn Pierce
: The White
. with two en,
'A' '1 27 when pi:
,..,,,,,, broke up ti
. Ron Samfe
! iast night. II
was the o0
,,,,, en route to
t Pierce retire
''',;' : ters, then w,
, to force in 1,1
:)' : Rockv Colal
' after his fou
, run in the eic
to boost CI
place with a
, timore. The
' the Yankees
vision with m
s rigers ripped
'''' offer Ameri(
I' 1 League lead
i, an 0-0 victor3
i sburgh beat
i 11-0, and Cin
,.,1 go 8-0.
i winning two two,
, two, pas after We
I ter Don Ferr
tn seven hits
diens to MON
; of Baltimore
-, third place
' Kansas Cit
esis, Bob Tt
. and 10 hits il
, rim homer I
fifth inning i
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Race Track Graded Entries
P. Horse Jockey 51. Comment Odds
. Race II Ith Series Imp. 7 Fps. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 1:00
4, ist RACE OP THE DOUBLE
,--Remo Ei. Guatines 118Should beat these 3-2
-Now Then J. Phillips 112 No. 1 contender 2-1
-Cuquita F. Alvarez 115 Rates good chance 5-2
-Grimilda J. P. Diaz plbt --Early speed donly 20-1
-Mama Lola J. Cadogan 1.00 Hopeless case 50-1
-Baranoa A. Alfaro 107Would pay off 25 1
-La Fame G. Milord 113 Poor recent races 5-1
-The Squire H. Hidalgo 101xNothing recently 30-1
-(Pepin J. Talavera 108Nothing to indicate 8-1
-(Cindertrack F. Sanchez 107x Notorious quitter 8-1
id.. Roc 6th Ur los Imp. 5 Fos. Nos 500.00 Pool 4
2nd. RACE OF THE DOUBLE
LHermelina H. Gustines 110Long overdue
lSabiondo C. Ruu 110Rates fair chance
Madame ,Cucu J. P. Diaz 105xUsually close up
Miss P. M. Valenzuela 113 Distiance to liking
C. A. Credidio 105 Could surprise
Has good speed
(Doble leija Hildago 4,03x Ran well ,in last
ijakaiar ,''. 'IC Cruz 105x 4-Mush go lOwer
Highland Pr.) J. Phillips 110 In fight to finish
Elko) B. Aguirre 112 Could go all the way
Pool Closes 1:00
d. Race "Non-Winnors" Nat 41- Purse $300.00 Pool Closes
Trnmal Nadi B. Baeza 109 Depends on start
ZCiales.q, -,f, a.Talavera100 -,Has pod WorlmillX, ', ,,:i
lFlash F. Sanchez 100x Good early sPeed
5Charlie G. B. Aguirre 116Reportedly improved
t --, Seems best here
du RNKS "F" Nationals 1 Fgs. Furs 5375.00 Pool Closes
Ap Limitless 107x ,Hnocking at door
" Cruz. 101x --Met Interference
H. Hidalgo 107x Could score here
R. Prestan 115x-Rates good chance
4); Barret 1,15x Form indicates
St tato "D" Nationals 7 Fgt. purse $400.00 Pool Closes
1Corviglia J. Phillips 107Could be upsetter
2Psijo lito A. Credidio 112Will fight it out
3Wore Cruz 98xGood early speed speed4Ruti
4Ruti speed4Ruti lante t. Ditrio 106 -'tarly 'speed only
5MiSautiva H. Hidalgo 103xAlways dangerous
6C4wnpagnard B. Baeza 115 Has beaten better
7Indian Ca II B. Aguirre 113Early speed only
a...:phunderstreak A. Lor 112xWould pay off
9Resolana V. Castillo 110Could make it here
10Lanero J. Jimenez 115Not good enough
S. Hernandez 105,Rates good chance
1ZRenata F. Sanchez 105 --Early speed only
13Baktnina P. Diaz KixNothing to recommend
Rico 5ft. Sorios Imo 7 Fos Purls 000.00 Pool CI
SM. !Imo "Spacial" Imp S. Fps Purse 1650.00 Pool
1-11ilduque R. Cruz 103z Improved in last
2Q0len Sera F. Alvarez 105 Waste of time
3Bonchipur D. Barret 110x Not ready yet
4-111thel .1-1r Hidalgo 103x Loves runnerup spot
5 on Tadeo g. Callender 108 Has shown ,411:0,iniz
6 tagracia ji. Gustioes- 113 Should score tatilt
7 wrie Chantal' A. Credidio 105 -A-Brief early,spied,,,
o'han F. Sanchez 100x Another lemon
1Al Just A. Perez 108Not good enough
2Slcaraz J. Ul loa 115 Last doesn't count
3-14avilan A. Credidio 106Back in best form
4-0 B. Baeza 110Will fight it out
5ffipina S. Hernandez 106 Usually close up
aDouble frour) R. 'Cruz 107x Could go all the way
7-lonatantinol H. G11,41)106 115 T-Should get up now
10110tace 2nd. Sarkis Imp I Poi Purail511.00 Pool
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3roracio M. Wein 110-',-Stront race in last
4Yucatan i B. Basalt' 1.1.0.-..Dangerolis contender
SEI Tunchl F. Alvares11.6hfutuels favorite
11th.::Esto Sft. Eerie imp 7 Fga Purse 3500.00 Pool Closes .
1ilarcaman ONE TWO
J. taloa 115liong overdue
2Slamito J. Samaniego 110 eDoesn't seem hkely
0 34:tehader J. Talavera 110Could score again
R. Vasquez 118 Nothing recently
a Desiree H. Hidalgo 1073t --Strong race in last
, 8Tarasca '" J. P. Diaz 102xJockey banditaps
17Songaros) A. Gonzales 113Could make' here
8Cervecoro 71.-A. Alvarez 115 Rept early speed
iJultie A. Gonzales 110 Should be runnerup EVEN
2Bugaba .1. -Reyes 112Rates good phance 3-2
3Don Grau Th-13arret MxFractious; can win EVEN
4Shah Gal H. Gustines 115 Excluded from betting XXX
th. Rite 701 WW1 Imp. 6 Fps Purse 3450.00 Pool Closes 3:40
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Race 5ft. Sorios Imp 7 Fos Purls $500.00 Pool Clow 4:10
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1Contra lor A. Credidio 115 Bad-legged cripple 50-1
2Pongal H. Gustines 115 Ran well in last 5-2
1Jafio V. D. Delgado 105x Could suprise 5-1
4Alfleng B. Baeza 110 ....Jockey giVes chance 3-1
5Mi Locum G. Bedoya 112x Nothing in months 30-1
8Ketisington J. Talavera 106 ,Met interference 4-1
7Teddy F: Alvarez 113 Form indicates 3-2
Imp 1 Fes Purse $1000.00 Pool Closes 5:15
Only one game will be played to tonight
night tonight in the annual PAF Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Tournament when 1976th
AACS of Albrook AFB tackles
Fort Amador's Battery D 517th Ar Artillery.
tillery. Artillery. The loser of this contest will be
eliminated from the tourney and
the winner will meet the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Signal Service,:, Fort' Clayton,
for the title. Tonight's game time
Two more games ere played
last night with one team, the
5700th Air Base Group Of Albrook,
AFT, being eliminated leaving on only
ly only three teams to battle it out for
the PAF title.
There was a bit of irony in the
first game when the scnedule
brought together two teams trout
Albrook AFB, each of whom had
lost one game meaning that one
Albrook team must eliminate the
other from the tourney.
As it turned out, the 198th
AACS was Hs atrongor of tho
hvo toams in tho tournamontt
but not in Ow maul's' play at
post levc. The 5700th Ait oast
Group compiled a 134 record
while winning tho Albrook
championship and tho foist tho
1978th AACS could do was an
114 mord and a wend place
The 5700th jumped off to quick
lead at the end of the first perMd
and only- the deadeye shooting of
Al West kept the 1978th in the ball ballgame
game ballgame as he got 10 points in the
first quartet to ho,d to the 5700th's
lead to 16-14.
The 5700th struggled to stay
ahead and made the score 31-28 at
intermission. At one time during
the first half, the 5700th Was nine
points ahead only to see it dwindle
as Bob Sett, Bill Agan and West
carried the lead for the 19781h.
At the end of the third session,
the 5700th was still on top by a
slim two point margin and man managed
aged managed to stay ahead through a large
part of the fourth period. With just
a few minutes left in the game
the 1978th turned Al West loose on
the 5700th again and he blasted in
three jump shots anti a layttp to
send his team roaring into the
With the )core 61-59, 'the 197Stb
on, top, AO on6ly 'three060nd
left hi the game, Jim Kern cut
loose a one-hand set from about
fifteen feet out thet hesitated,!and
then fell to the fioor .taking the
5700th's last hopes with it.
West led the 1978th's scoring
parade with 23 points, followed by
Bill Agan with 16 and Jillob Self
with 13. Jerry Petrie cOntribJted
20 points to the 5700thi cause and
got help from Gene Worthley and
Lonnie Stephenson, who get 13 and.
4-1 As in the their three preceding
3-2 games, Kroeger and Kylis led the
point makers with 35 and 26 res.-
Pectively. Over the four game
pectively. Over the four game
, stretch Kroeger has averaged 34
5.1 :points per gaMe and Kylle has
151 amassed a 28 point average.
30-1 Ray Crawford played his usual
21 splendid game for the Artillery Artillery501
501 Artillery501 men dumping in 21 points. Dick
, 35 Burbach hit for 18 and Joe Jacobs
f. 10.1 ichipped in with 12 for the loserS.
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TER mutt AMERICAN AN DITIVENDINT Dina' NEWSPAPZ2
'abieba and Shale are the Op.
ly two newcomers scheduled to
make their debut this weekend.
Azabache is a black coated Argentine-bred
son of Cairngorm-Fanfare
while Shale is a bay daughter of
Count Curley-Apprise. Both are
Shalea, owned by the Stud 55 and
trained by Henry White, will make
her bow.in tomorrow's third race
for-native maidens. Jos Talavera
will ride her against Tremr1 Nalk,
Flash. Don Smit h and Charlie
Azabachs, which was originally
nomad Factotum, Is the srePsr srePsrty
ty srePsrty Alfredo T. Boyd and is be beIns
Ins beIns trained by 'Amadei Gram
Ms will bi riddon by Rubin Vas VasSun
Sun VasSun in Sunday's first race in
which Edimburgo, Tierra?, Bran Brandal,
dal, Brandal, Mantises and Gay Lusar will
Montesco. formerly trained by
Ascanio Quintero, is now under the
handlIng of Juan Guantl Meta
fierro. which Ms never won local.
ly. -returns after a lengthy layoff
with Jos Torch's as his new own
'Highly-rated Blancor, a disap
noinlment ever since his arrival
here from Peru several months a ago.
go. ago. returns to the races Sunday
under the training of Manuel Ri Rivera
vera Rivera Rivera.
Don Smith was bought by the
Stud Lucky Chief. Gabriel Cruz is
his ne wtrainer Bugaba was ac acquired
quired acquired by the Stud Tab and Rodol Rodolfo
fo Rodolfo Kirten is in charge of the train,
Abolengo, which failed miserably
under the guidance of Eulogio Benet-Do,
is again under the handling
of Ruben Varon Alamito is now
the property of Ernesto E. Wede Wedemeyer
meyer Wedemeyer and Fortunato Hidalgo is
doing the training.
Mohicano. Tremal Naik, Tierral.
Marie Chantal and Benata will
race Without blinkers beginning
this weekend ...0torongo a n d
Mama Lola will wear hoods.
Last Saturday Panamanian jock jockey
ey jockey Guillermo Sanchez rated praise
from the Mexican press for his
three victories at the Hipodromo,de
Sanchez pushed home CaMPirti CaMPirtino,
no, CaMPirtino, Sunsweet and Barley C. The
1 By virtue of their 61-59 win, the MAMARONECK, N. Y. (UM
' 1978th AACS gains a spot in to- There was nothing jovial about
morrow night's game at the Fort jaunty Jimmy Delparet today as
Kobbe Gym. he branded the approach in U.S.
The windup of the twin bill feat- Open golf championship "a riche richeured
ured richeured the two bucket bomoers, ulous farce."
Bernie Kroeger and Dick Kylle, Demaret, the three-time Mae Maefrom
from Maefrom theU.S. Army Signai Serv- ters champion, is annoyed at the
iee at Fort Clayton versus Ray new qualifying system which the
Crawford and his Battery D, 517th us. Golf Assn. instituted this
Artillery mates from Ft. Amador. year. Under the system, there are
The Signal Service started slow- very few exemptions and lime ot
ly, but racked up 29 points in the goit's greatest names had to go
second period to carry them to a through two qualifying rounds
79-59 over the Artillerymen. Bat- before becoming eligible.
tery D led at the end of one Demaret and former U.' S. Open
quarter 16-13, but their fast break- champion Lloyd Mangrum who
ing tactics bogged down and they together still could play. any two
were completely' outplayed during golfers in the world simply re rethe
the rethe la'st three periods. fused to undergo the indigMty of
The victory having ti qualify in such a
straight for the Signal Service SNEAD SWEATED IT
Wa "WI f"rfh lengthy, roundabout fashion.
in the tourney end made them Sam Snead, one of the world's
' the only team to he undefeated greatest shotmakers and a than
going Into the last hue nights f
I play. The Amador team lest who has won more tournaments
than any player in history, sweat sweattheir
their sweattheir first game of the teurna- ed it outand barely made it. He
merit and now have a 2-1 re- had to sink a five-foot birdie putt
cord. ,on the final hole to get irw Sonie
1 of the other greats didn't make
As in the their three preceding it,
:games, Kroeger and Kylle led the med like long-hitting George'
Bayer, Gene Sarazen, Jim Tur Turpoint
point Turpoint makers with 35 and 26 res- nesa, fomer champion Lew Wor.
pectively Over the four game sham, Porky Oliver and Billy Joe
!stretch Kroeger has averaged 34
:points per game and Kylle has "Can you imagine making
' amassed a 28 point average. Snead qualify34" Demaret asked
Ray Crawford played his usual indignantly. "This is somewhat
splendid game for the Artillery- like holding an all-star game and
1 men dumping in 21 points. Dick saying to Ted Williams that all
iBurbach hit for 18 and Joe Jacobs of the hitters would have to show
chipped in with 12 for the losers. up on or eertain'day with the man
getting the most hits being digit
GUNCLUB hie. If Williams went hitless and
Smokey Joe from Kokomo went
NOTES 3 for four he'd get in the all-star
game and Williams wouldn't qual qualify."
ify." qualify." Demaret's theory is that proven
PEDRO MIGUEL' skill should get a top player an
invitation to the Open, including
Sunday at 10 cm. sharp the Pe- all past winners of the Open, PGA
dro Miguel Gun Club will hold an-Isnd Masters as well as the top
other of its popular grab bagl30 Trioney winners on the pro tour.
merchandise shoot& The pro- "They make it a game of tuck.'
gram is planned for a "Do it yolt., he, said. "There are a number of
self shoot" of 50 handicap targets pla3,erti in there who should have
to be shot in two events of 23 tar-, to, pay their way in. But they got
gets each hot on -two days-,-those qualifying
First event to be shot from days and better player with
ATA yardages.the..results of which greater'ability have to sit it out.
will determine his 'or her yardage It's real joke."
for the second event', There will he New Pormat Gripes Demerol.
optionals for those 'shooters who The happy.so.lucky Texan, now
think they are better than good. head pro at the Concord Hotel in
Optional to be divided percent- Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., alwrots
age, live divisions. sparks from his usually merry
Five prizes of useful merchand- blue eyes when he considers the
ise will be given away to the best format instituted this year It
overall shooters, high gun having is set up so that only 20 players
first choice. qualify automatically for the tour tourAll
All tourAll trapshooters on the Isthmus nament proper..
are invited to come out and Try' These Include the ,British.Open
shooting against a difxerent back. and ,British Amateur' king& the
ground. Usual cool drinks mid home club pro; tha U. S. Amateor
parking apacesselfservice. f' champion and PGA champion, the
By Connzdo Sargeant
following day Guillermo 'finished
second to Zichu while riding Navi Navidad
dad Navidad in the Anahuac Classic. Ex Excelsior,
celsior, Excelsior, a Mexico City daily, said
that Sanchez ride on Navidad was
Puerto Rican owner-trainer Vic Victor
tor Victor Cabello is trying to sign up
hustling Heliodoro (Papito) Gusti Gustines
nes Gustines to ride tor him at El Coman Comandante
dante Comandante racetrack in his homeland.
If Gustines agrees to Cabello's
terms. be will leave for Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico within a fortnight.
Rolmrt (Bob) Lawlor, former
editor of Tho Panama American,
returns to the role of horse own.
ir with the acquisition of classy
Argentine thoroughbred. Bien.
This racer, a son of Burudun-Ita
fania, has beaten the classy
three-year-old Bob In their only
Bien also beat the highly-rated
Pretorial. recently bought by Jos
Rogelio (Pinky) Arias, on two oc occasions.
casions. occasions. Bien, won consecutive
races on March 28 and April 11
over one mile and three-sixteenths
(1,900 meters) in the excellent
times of 1:54 45 and 1:55 35,
Pretorial, however, was rated
eight points higher than Bien in
the latest Peruvian handicap ratings.
DROTT ON ACTIVE LIST
CHICAGO (UPI) Pitcher Dick
Drott has been returned to active
status with the Chicago Qubs aft after
er after 30 days on the disab's,c1 list.
The Cubs asked waivers on pitch pitcher
er pitcher Bob Porterfield to make room
HALTOM GETS ACE
MAMARONECK, N.Y. (UPI)
Bart Haltom of Fort Worth, Tex.,
prepared fpr, his first U.S. Open
golf champlogship Tuesday by
sinking 212,-yard ,Pt(Iedce bbiein-one
on the 13th green, It was
the seccnd ace of his career.
last five champions Ed Furgoff,
liick Fleck, Cary Middlecoff,
Dick Mayer and Tommy Bolt
and the first 10 'and ties of last
year. That includes Julius Boros,
Gene Littler,' Walt Burkemo, Bob
Rosburg, Jay Hebert, Kick Metz,
Don January, Frank Stranehan,
Tommy Jacobs and Ben Hogan.
"How do you like that for a
real joke?" Demaret asked. "If
Hoga the fotir time winner
hadn't he' would have had' to qua qualify
lify qualify through those 'two 'rounds
"Now, understand," he added,
"I'm not knocking John Brodie,
the quarter back of the San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco 49er's. He's a fine player
and he qualified. -But can you
imagine him being in the tourna tournathent
thent tournathent and Sam Snead sitting On
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Picked To Wih Feature Race'
Cototha' stabler formidable
entry of stretch-burning Constanti Constantino
no Constantino and former sprint champion
Double Four should form a win winning
ning winning combination tomorrow after after1109D
1109D after1109D in the featured $1,000 seven
furlong sprint for .the President
Remon racetrack's firit series
Alpina, Ali, Gavilan, Alcaraz
and Al Just will oppose the en entry.
try. entry. Aicaraz, which turned in an un unexplainably
explainably unexplainably poor performance last
week, shapes up as the most
dangerous contender of the en entry.
try. entry. However, Ali will probably
be more, heavily backed in tbe
mutuels because of leading rider
Hustling Heliodoro (Papito) Gus Gustines
tines Gustines will guide Constantino while
promising Rolando Cruz will have
the leg un on Double Four Alca Alcaraz,
raz, Alcaraz, which should not be rated
off his last performance, will be
7idden by Jose IJI loa.
Alnina, the best mare now per performinst
forminst performinst at the local oval. w;11
have hot-and-cold Sandino WT.
nandez aboard. Gay! Ian, which re returns
turns returns to the first series after an
absence' Of4 stiore than a year,
will hafe Lis favorite riderA riderAmado
mado riderAmado Credidioon his back.
Al Just, which appears to be
completely outclassed and once
scored an unbelievable victory a against
gainst against top class horses, will be
ridden by Alejandro Perez. Al Jus Justo
to Justo seems 'a mire thing to wind up
in last place.,
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. Jerry
luedee, 173, New Haven, Conn.,
knocked out Car ly Pavlis, 17312,
HOUSTON, Tex. Roy Harris,
195, Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., outpointed
Charley Powell, 212, San Diego,
FRESNO, Calif. Benny Me Medina,
dina, Medina, 139, decisioned Chico Santoa,
137, Portugal 10.
The secondary attraction, a One
mile and one-eighth test for sec second
ond second series horses, should be a
first rate thriller. All five horses
entered for this race rate a good
chance to win. Playboy, Bright
Spur, Horacio, Yucatan and El
Tunchi are tie thoroughbreds that
will fight it out.
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celsior, a Mexico City daily, said ning combination tomorrow after- Al Just, which appears to be entered for this race rate a good
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excellent. furlong sprint for Abe President scored an unbelievable victory a- Spur, Horacio, Yucatan and El
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Puerto Rican owner-trainer Vic- imported racers. ridden by Alejandro Perez. Al Jus- will fight it out.
tor Cabello is trying to sign up Alpine, Ali, Gavilan, Alcaraz to seemo 'a mire thing to wind up
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Araontino thorouohbrod. Bion. promising Rolando Cruz will have 2Elko (o) Hermann&
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fania, has hasten tho classy raz, which should not be rated 195, Cut 'n Shoot, Tex., outpointed 4Zia El Poqualle
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,' 1 4 .' ., ,,,,A.,.es?' make their debut this weekend. dad in the Anahuac Classic. Ex Exfirst
first Exfirst rate thriller. Alt five horses
Azabache is a black coated Argen. major, a maxim city daily, said ning combination tomorrow after- Al Just, which appears to be entered for this race rate a good
played to.. tine-bred son of Cairngorm-Fanfare that Sanchez ride on Navidad was noon in the featured 61,000 seven completely outclassed and once chance to win. Playboy, Bright
4i furlong sprint for the President scored an unbelievable victory a- Spur, Horacio, Yucatan and El
.,,, while Shale is a bay daughter of excellent.
' Remon racetrack's firit series gainst top class horses, will be Tunchi are tte thoroughbreds that
.',') Only one game will be
' night in the annual PAF Basket- Count Curley-Apprise. Both are --o0oridden
by Alejandro Perez. Al Jus- will fight it out.
tso.ttili) Puerto Rican owner-trainer Vic- imported racers.
, I ball Tournament when 1976th
AACS of Albrook AFB tackles Shalea, owned by the Stud 55 and tor Cabello is trying to sign up Alpina, Ali, Gavilan, Alcaraz to seems ii mire thing to wind up
Fort Amador's Battery D 517th Ar- trained by Henry White, will make hustling Heliodoro (Papito) Gusti- and Al Justo will oppose the en- in last place.,
I Nine other prospective thriller
Unary. her bow,,in tomorrow's third race nes to ride for him at El Cornea- try. - are included on an attractive pro proThe
The proThe loser of this contest will be for-native maidens. Jos Talavera dente racetrack in his homeland. Alcaraz, which turned in an un- gram.
..-,s, ,. eliminated from the tourney 'and will ride her against Tremel Nalk, explainably poor performance last Fight Results
,r, the winner will meet the U.S. Ar- Flash. Don Smit h and Charlie If Gustines agrees to Cabello's week, shapes up as the most
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Axabache, which was originally co within a fortnight. try. However, Ali will probably
Ikt....,-, ,, 4 for the title. Tonight's game tinle
be more, heavily hacked in fte MIAMI BEACH, Fla. 'Jerry
Vss:, 4 ' is 6:30. named Factotum. is the nroinr- -o0oBebert
(Bob) Lawlor, former mutuels het-Anse of leading rider luedee, 173, New Haven, Conn.,
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last night with one team, tho
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knocked beknocked out Carly Paviis, 17312, By CONRAD()
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PHILLIPS Ossamitis Cottages
loots Oars R. is P. Pboss Pa
- 'stoma 3- 1877 Cristobal IA 673
Foster coining. between Banta
Clara and Rio Hato. New tow
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalist, dining room, living room,
maid's room, garage. 4,000 se.
meter land. L d one mile be before
fore before Lao Cumbres. For informa information
tion information call 3-0050 from 1 a m. te
4 p rn.
FOR RENT:--4 bedroom chalet.
All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street, Golf Height", information
roR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, 2 spacious bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room. garage. etc.
For six months. 95 Street No.
43. $185.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Available 1st.
chalet in Las Cumbres, three
bedrooms, two batbs, including
separate maid's service. For more
Information, call Balboa 1751.
Commercial Sites I
FOR RENT :Local commercial
at Just Arosemena A v No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Spacious and mod modern
ern modern site on Ricardo Arias Street.
"Luz Building". Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Offices in Villa Villarino
rino Villarino Building. For information
can Tei. 3-6700. Mr. Jack
WANTED:--Maid to do laundry.
cooking, cfeaning, 0932, Ama Ama-
- Ama- dor Road.
' WANTED:Completely furnish
ed 2 bedroom apartment. vast vastquartertfor
quartertfor vastquartertfor August to Sea Seatember
tember Seatember in Pap Writ A. M.
Collins. Ilesuatsw Chiriqui. after
July 25tie. Call 34534, Panama.
WANTED:Cook, mutt sloop in.
Bring reterenem. Celle Ira. No.
42. Perms' Weer, Tel. 4-1158.
FOR RENT:--Large rooms fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished, Trans Transisthmian
isthmian Transisthmian Highway, two bloocks
after Lacheria Estrella Azul, on
same hand. Via Colon, house No.
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BARDONo. LOMBARDONo. V' Street MORRISON-4th et 311 IT Ave. It St. LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADO 5141D-149 Contra Awe.
FARMACIA LIUX-164 Central Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-3 Fee. de le Oen Ave. Ns. 41 FOTO DOMEJust AreseineeP Ave. end St FAL.
MACIA VAN DES .11SSa Street No 53 FARMACIA EL BATURROParaus Leievre Street FARMACIA "SAS"Via Perms NOVISDADES AMA.,
Beside Bella Vista Theatre and Branch at Minimax Super Market es Via Familia COLON OPTIC,: 15th and AIWA Guarren Ne14422I Tel. 431.
FOR RENT:E1 Cangreie, very
cool. comfortable furnished. twe
bedroom apartment. hot water,
earago. big yard. OnlY fwowaff fwowaffments
ments fwowaffments in building. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Three bedroom
apartment at Via Argentina and
"L" Street, Aurora Building, El
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedroom and all conveniencies in
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-0702.
FOR RENT:Furnishod two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining set, San
Francisco, 86th Street No. 6,
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:E1 Cangreio. Nicely
furnished one room apartment
with hot water, balcony. Call 3-
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmants Beautiful
building, hot water, Cangrolo. 3-
FOR RENT:--Ona two bedroom
apartment, hot water installation
with heater, maid's room, large
porch, el &&&&& service, two both
rooms. Also on room studio
apartment with all utilities, suit suitable
able suitable for office or small families.
Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Es EsPaiia,
Paiia, EsPaiia, across The Panami Hilton,
ask for Altman. Phone 3-1409.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment ssith one conecting
bath, terrate,Aining-living room,
garage, maid's quarters, hot wa water,
ter, water, brand new building in Ilrba Ilrbaniaacin
niaacin Ilrbaniaacin Nuevo Campo Alegre,
La Alameda Street. Tel. 1-0408
from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 P.m
FOR RENT:New building in
Urbanizacin Nuevo Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. three bedroom apartment
with two complete bathrooms,
dining-living room. balcony, ter terrecs.
recs. terrecs. studio, maid's quarters,
garage, hot water, etc. Tel. 3-
408, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment.kuitable
ment.kuitable apartment.kuitable for two couples,
has firfijirge rooms with bath
toilet '';'litarltitchen in between
two outside doors, leading to
hallway, S80.00. Space suitable
for shop as storage 18x26 feet.
Inquire Janitor Or phone Hopkins
FOR RINT:Ilest lotated small
'Iurnished apartment. Clean end
indibandent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:--A lard comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room, din dinn
n dinn ing room, porch, and kitchen.
,A11.tur;:sited., Wiji rant only to
serso 'anti rescobirsible person.
APCr-ratite, Avenida lose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT: One furnished
studio apartment with light. gas
and telephone included. Near
Panama Hotel, $80.00. Phone 3-
section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Toile New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 30 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4084 3-4985
Ali TYPel of Auto Insurance
To Close Monday
The Rainbow City swimming
pool will be closed Monday for
routine cleaning and maintenance.
It will be reopend on its usual
schedule the following day.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Couoe Mo Model
del Model 1767, color Harbor Blue
top. equiopod with Turbo' lide,
Push Button Radio, b W. W.
tires, available for delivery at
Miami, Florida, on or about
July 1 1, 1959. $2,776.00. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. Or Jack
Kerr, Colon BOO.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 2 door sedan, V-8,
radio, wsw tires, duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1300. Call
FOR SALE:-1958 Buick Special
four door sedan, equipped with
factory installed air condition conditioning,
ing, conditioning, power equipment, radio,
heater, tinted glass, fog lights
and many extras. Less than 6,000
miles. House 3206 Empire St.
FOR SALE:-1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, extra wire wheels, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, t nnnnnn cover, excellent
condition. Call Sgt. Negron at
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chrysler 4-
door. radio wsw. loaded, per-.
fect condition. A real bargain.
Call 5-442 evenings.
FOR SALE:---1956 Chevrolet, 4-
door, hardtop, sport sedan, 2 tone
blue, powerglide, all extras.
1512-A, Akee St. Balboa, 2-
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Special,
hardtop, power steering, windows
Dynaflow. Custom trim. tinted
glass. 5 new tires, two tone paint
$1650.00. Call Gamboa 6-206.
FOR SALE:-1948 Dodge, four
door, S200, phone: 2-3696,
, 1,10 e
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Sport Suburban 4 door station
wagon. Excellent condition. Very
good tires. factory rack, automa automatic
tic automatic transmission, radio, dual ex exhaust.
haust. exhaust. Telephone Albrook 2187
or 6123. After 3:30, p.m. Tele TelePhop,OSaibink.,2790.
Phop,OSaibink.,2790. TelePhop,OSaibink.,2790. FOR SALE :-1934 Ford Hot
Rod 1940 V-8, good running
condition, call Balboa 4434.
FOR SALE:--Model "A" Ford
Pich-uo type body with Canon'.
All steel. Good condition. Price
6180.00. Phone 36-707.
FOR SALE:-19511 Fiat station
wagon $1450. Original cost
$1960. Tel. 4-379.
FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth V VS.
S. VS. powartlita, many more extras.
S1350. Homo 82S-3461. Duty
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick B350.
Phone 3-3667, 48st. No. 27.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel yellow,
excellent condition 24" English
bicycle (girl). Call between 3:30
and 6 p.m. Balboa 2405.
FOR SALL-1949 Cadillac, good
condition, tires, uokolttem Price
$25000. Phone 36-412 House
247-8. Coos Solo.
iBoots & Motors 1
New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser, origi originally
nally originally advertised S875.00. First
8575.00 cash takes it. Two good
Evinrude 35 his. motors 8275.00
each. Crusier and both motors
FOR SALE:--I4 foot boat and
trailer $275, IS b.p. Johnson,
Mr. Sweeney. 3-6426, morn mornings.
ings. mornings. FOR SALE :Power tools and
motors. Call Gamboa 423.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Red China Renews
TAIPEI, June 12R11'0Com 12R11'0Communist
munist 12R11'0Communist China today launched a sea
and artillery attack against Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist China's Matsu Islands, the
Nationalist defense ministry an announced.
nounced. announced. Red shore gum; pounded tiny
Kaoteng island in the Matsu com compie.
pie. compie. A three-mast junk shelled the
same island before it withdrew
under Nationalist counter fire.
111 Rear Admiral Liu Hoh-tu, &-
Chile ministry spokesman, told
pnewsmen that more than 430 Com Communist
munist Communist shells were fired.
'REDS TOUR VIENNA
VIENNA it'll) Soviet De
fense minister Marshal Rodion
,and a grotto of Red Army genet--
alit, arrived here Wednesday from
Moseowfor a one-week vigil
EMI PANAMA AMERICAN
1 Miscellaneous 1
NEW ONLY ONE OF EACH
Apex Deluxe automatic vlectrie
clothes dryer, Regular 369.00
Apex Standard automatic electrie
clothes dryer, regular 325.00
Apex automatic dish washer,
regular 445.00 now 200.00.
1 Apex automatic clothes washer,
regular 325.00 now 150.00.
Trope Ice, S.A. 45th street am(
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford Fenian' 500, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, call Curundu
FOR SALE:Remington portable
typewriter, good condition, 135.
FOR SALE:--MOVIE CAMERA.
"GIVE AWAY" PRICE. REVERE
3 MAGAZINE, TURRET 3
LENSES... INCLUDING TELE TELEFOTO.
FOTO. TELEFOTO. USED, PRIME CONDI CONDITION.
TION. CONDITION. PHONE PANAMA 3-
RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday,
lone 13, starting at 9:00 cm.
at Bishop Morris Hall, Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, for benefit
of Bella Vista Children's Home.
Used clothing, household ef effects,
fects, effects, miscall items. otc.
Those having articles to con contribute
tribute contribute ars asked to tea, don donations
ations donations at Bishop Morris Hall or
FOR SALE:Store No. 1062 Rio
Altaic), equipment, ice box, slicer.,
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-455! of
FOR SALE:B fiat clarinet, am.
cellint condition. Call Gamboa
FOR SALF:We have just un unpacked
packed unpacked graduation ornaments for
cakes, caps, diplomas, graduation
girls and boys. Delicias de Fran Francia,
cia, Francia, Pastry Shop, at Mini Max.
SELLING AIRCRAFT Gut Iwing
Stinson, V-77, 300 hp Lycoming,
new 50 yr. fiberglass skin, 5
place',. 12 ton cargo or photo
mapping. Rough field perform.
Inec'HaniSired Maracaibo. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice S5 000 cash. Original
owner Stateside. Will deliver.
Cable or write DAYO, Punts Filo
FOR SALE:Almost Now Lam Lambrotts
brotts Lambrotts motor scooter, tall Curti.
All Jazz Performers,
Invited To Festival
Al Fort Kobbe Club
Returning by popular demand is
the Second International Jazz Fes Festival
tival Festival at the Fort Kobbe Service
Club on the nights of June 28 and
A blanket invitation is extend
ed to all instrumentalists and voc vocalists,
alists, vocalists, soloists and groups, Zonians
and Panamanians who wish to per perform.
form. perform. They are urged to contact
Mrs. Dorris Caldwell, service club
director at 846123. Her home
phone is 844110.
No written invitations are being
extended this year. Deadline for
entry is June 17.
Most of the Panamanian artists
who participated last year will
make a return engagement. Those
professional entertainers who
would like to contribute their serv services
ices services but who are working at night
may be scheduled to perform in
time to allow them to get to work.
Transportation will be furnished
for artists on both days.
Selected participants will appear
on CFNTV after the show, on a
date which will be announced.
Master of ceremonies will be
Johnny Bea, announcer from HOG
radio station. He will conduct in
terviews with the participants dur during
ing during the show.
ATSUGI, Japan (UPDMataki (UPDMatakichi
chi (UPDMatakichi Morita, 58, lowered a lighted
candle on a string to check
whether there was any gas in his
well Tuesday. Five persons were
hospitalized with burns from the
The Pacific Steam
EAST FREIGHT AND
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
MN. "SANTANDER" Attie' 12
MN. "COTOPAXI" June 11
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
X.S. "REINA DEL MAR" 1, ..,,
(Air-conditioned) (20,225 Tons) June 14
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
WT. "SALAMANCA" June 10
ELS. "CUZCO" June 30
ROYAL MAIL LINES lurn.nomom
TO NORTII PACIFIC PORTS
LS. "DONGEDYK" June 17
S.S. "VAKKRUMDYK" July 1
S.S. 4DINTELDYK" Juni 14
S.S. "1,0CH RYAN" Juni 11
1,11, SAILINGS SUBJECT TO
Cristobal 1-16545 Panama 3-125711 Balboa 2-1,85
FOR RAU:. locauso loosfotg
the country. Dininsproom sot, sir
cationt concretion. Ask for Mr.
Antonio. Teel. 3-1627, Ricardo
Arias fittest, Sparta buildinc
FOR SALGWootinthouso com combination
bination combination crasher and dryer. Good
condition 1225. call Albroak
2101 or ma at quarters 257-1.
freezer too. 13
nine St.. Ancon.
cu. ft. micelleof
.00. 517 Mance
FOR SALE:-7 sisce mshoesns
bedroom suit. 4 months oast 6200.
FOR SAL11---Friaidairis giionsatio
washer. Good condition, S75.00
Phone 87-5293 or S5-2221.,
FOR SALE: 1956 Wosting Wostinghoes
hoes Wostinghoes Delano automatic washing
machine, good condition. Al".
brook 4223, Qtrs. 125-A.
FOR SALE:--Kenmore automatic
washer. Westinghouse clothes
dryer, Sunbeam mismaster. bi bicycle
cycle bicycle 20 inch. boys, Quarry HOS.
FOR SALS:Mles. Household
good and Venetian blinds.-House
5711-C, Shoots Street,
FOR SALE:--7 piece Rattan 1;0.;
ingroom sot, almost new, maho
tatty licerera and bedroom set.
other household items, Farah
6544, phone 4391.
I PERSONALS :11
GEORGE D. BARB WE. --
European spinal adjustment tech techniques,
niques, techniques, Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho-Kinesiolags,
14-49 Ave. 13. Estudiante
211.. .to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 2-
39E5. Is aPpointment.
WANTED: Accountants and
auditors with osperioncfd,
gual aotrotarios with shorthand'.
officio clerks with porsonality.:
bilinguas, who can work bv
shifts. Salosman with or without
motions. Write with drools to
lox 5044 Panama.
Army This Session
Mast Or soil. Russell N. Rammes
is the first member of U.S. Army
Caribbean to sign up for attend
ance at the Association of the U
nited States Army annual meet
ing, scheduled to be held in Wash
ington Aug. 35. Hammes is as
signed to B Battery, 4th Gun Bat
talion, 117th Artilleryf 4Wi 040111'
100 petk-.-tent, memberst4P41..,:talt
This fifth annual meeting will
provide a forum for exchange of
ideas and information among per
sons, military and civilians, who
advocate and support the impor
tance of the Army as a vital, ele element
ment element of national securityAlikema
of the session will bt Mgt is a
In addition to an impressive list
of speakers, the convention pro program
gram program will feature a variety of
exhibits. Some of the Army's lat latest
est latest equipment and materiel will
be on display, to include demons demonstrations
trations demonstrations of late developments in
equipment as well as experiment
al and prototype models.
Industrial exhibits sre to be pre
sented at 122 booths covering 17,
000 square feet of floor space.
They illustrate the latest industrial
hnd scientific development in the
Last years meeting drew more
than 2600 military and civilian
leaders, officers and enlisted men,
civilian employes, educators, mem
hers of Congress and professional
STRIKE ODDS FALL
NEW YORK (UPI) The odds
for a steel strike this summer
have slipped from about eight to
two in favor of a long strike to
six to four in favor of a short
shutdown, Iron Age said.
Navigation Coma liy
ROYAL CHARTER 1840
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Iklitifted Pfe eloses11311
to'llt, 11 IIJIL
Bit tor Sun.
Clips 'opfe.2-2 weekdaYL
F0R SAllits 500 atm( 1000
metes IOU Neese Niaadreme
WhealsNet amen the Raman
Racetrack. AM lets with street
hems. sewage. water male ami
electricity. CaM W. Mc Barnett.
' Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALCChalott in Las Cum Cumbria
bria Cumbria St5.000 concrete and tile.
2 betirdent, 1 Y2 bathroom. 210-
ind St.. Casa Kam's. open doily
Want to pet 'rid of mildew and
mold? Try a bag of DI-GAS,
Amarican Supply, 13-06. "1"
For you Canal Zone Ladias:
Ail Chia and more! Deep Magic.
Marchand's Golden Hair wash.
Canal Zone -Pharmacs.
lelisve it or net! We've "eet
them all: Super-Anahist Fes Fester.
ter. Fester. Blister, Fartiatit. Canal Zane
Leo. Strayed. Stolen. Male Siam Siames
es Siames eat missing from house 501,
Anton since last Friday. Any in information,
formation, information, tall lathes 3679.
FOR SALE:Boston Tertiar pop poppy's
py's poppy's AKC repistered, phone Navy
39116, betwoan 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
TV, Radios, Hi-F1 Transition'
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our werk. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 1S-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and prep's,.
ty against Insect d a ns a g 0.
Piompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 et Colon 1777.
and lotting repairs.
Mono 1-7607 Panama.
11 A.M. ta 10 P.M.
The San Fernando Baptist Mis Mission,
sion, Mission, located on 2nd Street, San
Fernando, will be conducting it's
second weekly of a series of youth
The San Fernando Baptist Mix Mixsion
sion Mixsion is an affiliate of The lmma lmmanuel
nuel lmmanuel Baptist Church of Pueblo Nue Nuevo.
vo. Nuevo. The Rev. R. G. Van Royen, su suPerintendent
Perintendent suPerintendent of the Home Mission
Board, Southern Baptist Conven ConvenHim,
Him, ConvenHim, will be the evening's speak speaker.
Next Saturday. jun, 20 a promi prominent
nent prominent speaker will continue This
10C Will Not Admit
To Represent China
By PETER UEBERSAX
for 10 months," writes a typical
LAUSANNE, Switzerland (upl) buy-first, ,investigate-later, inves-An
International Olympic Com- tw.
mittee official said last night "Now wonder whether it
really suits me. I've been think thinkthat
that thinkthat Nationalist China will remain ing of quitting and switching to
barred from the Olympic move- ABC Fund."
ment until it drops all claims to What can I tell him when I re rerepresenting
representing rerepresenting China. alize that more than half the
IOC Chancellor Otto Mayer said 81,000 he has paid into the Fund
a. request for readmission to the will ,be lost it he pulls out now?
Olympic body which was received A -yeting 'man wonders about
earlier yesterday from the Natio- his purchaSe DEF Funda
nal Chinese olympic committee in conservative balanced fund (hold (holdFormosa
Formosa (holdFormosa was "inacceptable." ing both bonds and c o m o n
In using the term "inaccepta- stocks). Obviously, if he had tak takhie,"
hie," takhie," Mayer apparently was pre- en a half hotir to read the pros prosdieting
dieting prosdieting the reaction of the IOC Pettus the would have seen that
executive committee which will the fund was designed for elder eldertake
take eldertake up the application soon. ly folk who are satisfied to accept
Mayer himself has no power to a fotir recent yield and little
accept or reject such applications. growth in return tor a high de
The National Chinese Olympic gree of safety.
Committee applied for readmis- An elderly, retired couple com comsion
sion comsion tinder the new name of "The plain that "We've put 88,000 into
Republic of China Olympic Com- GIII Fund, but we get practical practicalmittee."
mittee." practicalmittee." It was expelled from the ly no dividends." of course they
IOC 12 days ago on the ground don't. The fund holds mostly 21st
that it no longer represented Century growth stocks, none of
sports "in the entire country of which pays more than one 'or
China" and thus could not call two percent and many of ,which
'itself "Chinese." pay nothing. because they are
' Mayer said the new application plowing' their earnings back into
"inacceptable" because the future products. The elderly in inword
word inword China was still being used. vestors, touldn't be, more out if
PWe told the Formosan commit- place ,it they had bought a buck bucktee
tee bucktee last month that they t..ould et seatfracing ear instead of the
only apply for readmission under four-door sedan they really need needthe
the needthe name of Taiwan (Formosa)," ed.
he said. We started out by saytng that
"Do they not realize that their higit pressure salesmanship is
insistence (on using the designa- part of mutuil fund se Ilin gI
tion China) is opening the door There's nothing wrong, with that;
lot the Peiping. committee to join Fifty percent' Wu have
the IOC?" no life insurariertItect40C- if "A
The Red Chinese Olympic Com- were left to $r,own
mittee quit the IOC in a huff half But high pressure melling should
a year ago over continued recog- not be an extuse for plunging
.nition of the nationalists. blindly into the first fund which
The Reds could, according to is set before you.
the decialon by the IOC congress There is no business, in or out
lin Munich May 28, rejoin the IOC of finance, which is more free
am "representatives of China." with information than the mutual
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This is tbe fifth of a series of articles by a aoted lavaltal
counselor providing a realistic look at the stock market to(
and telling what every investor or would-bo investor ought
By SABA SMULSKY
Some folks like to do their own
painting, others call in and pay
tor professional help.
Millions of people with funds to
invest 'feel they would rather
have a' professional.. do the job
for them. :
They can -do, it by turning their
funds: over,,to,investment compa companies,
nies, companies, either orte of two,,kinds.
There are a few (loon closed closedend
end closedend investment companies. These
are fixect pools of capital. with
fixed numbert: of shares,-;Out,
standing in which you boy, shares
exactly as you would ,buy stock
in U.S. Steel. You no. 0, a broker,
he buys it on the' exchange from
another owner and charged you
a commission. When you want to
sell out you reverse the process.
There are a couple billion dollars
invested by these companies for
about a quarter million inves investors.
tors. investors. By far tho more popular type
of investment company is the
mutual fundthi open-end invest investment
ment investment company. The open ,end
here refers to the fact that mei meither
ther meither the amount of '''capital nor
the number of' shares are fixed.
As more people want to join, the
fund issues more shares, When
isvestors want to quit, the fund
cashes in their shares. 'The' prite
is not fixed' IV 'opertir,'market
auction as in ther,caste of .1he
closed-end fundbut by the ac actual
tual actual asset value of a share in the
takes place, plus a commission.
In the last 30-odd years these
mutual funds have grown to more
than 150, with total funds invest-1
ed of more than $14 billion for no'
less than a couple million share shareholders.
holders. shareholders. As the old Grape-Nuts ad used
to say: "There must be a rea reason"
son" reason" for such popularity.
A mutual fund provides,sever provides,several
al provides,several significant- advantages:
keeping ,,,of4ecurities; autontatic
reinvestinent of dividends; in
some cases, life insuroce ,assur ,assuring
ing ,assuring the' tompletion otAthe
regular purcnase plansr,'asail vitt vittorous
orous vittorous selling which, for all its
high pressure, does overcome i inertia
nertia inertia on the part of many per pertioal
tioal pertioal ,Whof e(gult,1not
start an. intesthiebt4regram.
Obviously, you pay for these
services. Over the .10-year period,
which is the most popular mutual
fund accumulation program, the
buying commissions will come
to around 812 or nine percent,
plus a management fee of a about
bout about one percent a year for super supervision.,
vision., supervision., That seems to bottler a lot of,
people who thereupon promptly
lose 9912 percent of their money
to some shyster who calls them
up on the telephone and sells
them $1,000 ,,-IvOrth'.Ot mai)
"dog" 4, the' ridieulquely,
price Jti only, 0.'4411are.
The important points, of 'debate
in mutual fund purchases are not
whether the commissions work
out to 1-2 percent or 7 3-4,
but whether the fund suits pur
purpose hi the first place. With
more theft, 150 mutual -fitinds a-'
round, there is no reison'. why
you "shotildn't buy the one you
Mutual funds are sold tWO
ways: the voluntary plan and the
contractual. There are reason and
value in both.
Under the voluntary, you pay
commissions on each purchase.
Under the contractual, which gen generally
erally generally runs 10 years, about 50
percent of your first 13 monthly
payments are credited to com commissions
missions commissions for the next nine years.
"I've been buying XYZ fund
for 10 months," writes a typical
buy-first, ,investigate-later, inves investor.
tor. investor. "Now I wonder whether it
really suits -me.. I've been think thinking
ing thinking of quitting and switching to
What can I tell him when I re realize
alize realize that more than half the
81,000 he has paid into the Fund
will ,be lost if, he pulls out now?
A- Ming man wonders about
his purchaSe of DEF Funda,
conservative balanced fund ihold-1
ing both bonds and c o m o n
stocks). Obviously, if he had tak-,
len a half hour to read the pros-1
pectus the would have seen that
the fund was designed for elder elderly
ly elderly folk who are satisfied to accept
a four recent yield and little
growth in return tor a high de degree
gree degree of safety.
An elderly, retired couple com complain
plain complain that "We've put $8,0o0 into
GIII Fund, but we get practical-1
ly no dividends." of course they
don't. The fund holds mostly 21st
Century growth stocks, none of
which pays more than one 'or
two percent and many of ,which
pay nothing. because they are
plowing' their earnings back into
future products. The elderly in investors,
vestors, investors, couldn't be, more out if
place if they had bought a buck bucket
et bucket seat 'racing ear instead of the
four-door sedan they really need needed.
ed. needed. We started out by saying that
high pressure salesmanship is ,st
part of mutual fund se Ilin g.
There's nothing wrong with that,
Fifty percent', Ot ',tut wOUld hove
no life insuraitcw'PrIttettine.if
were left to Sr,owo joitiative;
vestors couldn't be, more tilt if
place ,it they had bought a buck-
et seat 'racing ear instead of the
four-door sedan they really need-
We started out by saytng that
high pressure salesmanship tun
part of mutuil fund sallin g.
There's nothing wrong, with that,
Fifty percent', ot wthtld 1164
no life insurance-'protectIoe-elt,
were left to Sr,pwn Initiative,
But high pressure selling should
not be an extuse for plunging
blindly into the first fund which
is set before you.
There is no business, in or out
of finance, which is more free
with information than the mutual
7, A' T ak
funds. They spend thousand
dollars preparing prospectuse.
ting forth exactly what they
trymg to do and what they
done. ,(Their records, in
cases, are excellent. The in
of the last 10, 15 years has
very good to them. But
should not be taken as a gu
ty Of -what they will mom
in the future.)(,
You can get. all the info
tion you want on mutual f
by merely clipping their al
tisements, or by asking al
any broker, or by lobking u,
ftmds' addresses in any fine
Inanual and writing directly.
There is absolutely no re
for plunging in first and di
ering the depth of the water
ly later. A mutual fund is
bought over a long period,of
10 years or longer. Thattits
the price averaging under t
system, it makes no differ
whether you buy this minut minutthe
the minutthe salesman will undoubi
urgeor wait until next wee
order. to get a better view of
Furthermore,' don't think
are -going to speculate in f
trade in and out, and make
profit. They aren't tbat ldnd
security, When you buy one
alit to ,stay with it a long
,,Ws a' leng term sober in
Intent program. It seems to
it's ,proved its point many ti
(Tomorrow: Just how m
risk should you take?)
'Ng1V 'YORK, June 12 (UP
Stocks settled down to min..
irregular priee movements in I
dealings' at the opening today
A long list of the early ope
'held to 12 A-2 eent changes
price. Gains appeared to outn
ber losses and a long list hal,
the previous close.
016rtst1 I 10
Advocate Asbestos 27 t
Alleghany Corp 11
Altuninium Ltd 33
Amer Cyanamid 55
Amer Motors 36
Amer Tel and Tel 7.
Anaconda Copper a 65
Arkansas Fuel 1334
AVCO Mfg 15
Beth' ISteet 52
Bettinger, Corp 11
Bicroft Uranium 60
Canadian jag 10
, Chictoto:Croat Weft 47
Cities Service 55
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive 37
Colorado Fuel 26
Creole Pet 51
' Crown tett and Seal 33
Cuban Venezuelan ON
Du Pont 24
El Paso Natural Sers 11
Fairchild Engine I't
Fargo Oil .',-.11 9-1
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamits 85
General Electric 80
General Motors 491
General Plywood 237
Gulf Oil 1113
Harsco Steel 39 t
Hayden Newport 17
Howe Sound 181
,Imperial Oil 41
Intl Pet 35
Montrose Chem 30
' New Eng 're and Tel 166b
Northrop Air 36
Olin Mathieson 50
Phillips Pet 4634
Pure 011 41
Royal Dutch Shell 4211
San Ja cinto ,r2834b
Servo Corp 29
Shell Transp 18
Signal Oil and Gas 36
Sinclair Oil 3934
Soeony Mobile 4434
Sperry Rand 25tik
Standard Oil NJ 50 4 34 I4
Superior 011 176011
Texas Gulf Prods 30111
United Canso, Oil 11,4b
IIS Rubber ,' 59
US Steel ''',, 95
Westinghouse :Lice 93
Wheeling, Steii 3946
Camel C. rayons
In Algiers Dsert
,:-ALGIERS (UPI) Thei Frenct
.inty reported today that para
troopers,--0 ropp d into th,
disert, had captured four came
'Caravans seeking to smugg14
rebel combat supplies into Alget04
by a deep southern route.
The army said the caravan
were trapped by air-ground team
work. Aircraft first spotted th,,
camel trains and parachute coif
mandos then intercepted then.
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several Army Units To,Mark
Birthdays During Next Week
Several special observances and programs over the Caribbean Forces Network have
been arranged to mark Army anniversaries which occur during the coming week.
Entering their 185th years on June 16 will be the Adjutant General's Corps, the
Corps of Engineers, the Quartermaster Corps and the Finance Corps. The United States
Army and the Infantry had their beginnings on June 14. 1775.
Units of the 4th Gun Batts lift.
517th Artillery, are to hold an open
house on Sunday between 1 and 3
p.m. Headquarters Battery, C Bat Battery
tery Battery and D Battery are on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side while A Battery and B
Battery are on the Atlantic side
The public is invited to. visit the
aites, where conducted tours and
weapons demonstrations will be
Staged. Sites will be closed to the
poblic at 3 o'clock.
The post of Fort Amador is hold holdMg
Mg holdMg a special anniversary dinner
for troons assigned there.
Fort Gulick has arranged a re retreat
treat retreat Parade for 5 D.M. Sunday,
with C Comnany of the lst Battle
Group. 20th Infantnr, and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headouarters Com Company,
pany, Company, U.S. Army Caribbean School
participating. Unit parties and
onen houses also are scheduled
thtoughout the post of Fort Gulick.
A salute to the infantry on its
firthday will be nresented ovetH
CFN tomorrow at 5:45 p.m., during'
P Program whirh is to emphasize
Infantry activities in U.S. Army
Caribbean. At the same time on
radio a snecinl Armv Hour is to be
tiroadcast. This includes a seg.
Ment recorded in Panama last Feb Feb?nary
?nary Feb?nary during Exercise Banyan
J Other anniversary programs
hive been arranged as follows:
Torps of Engineers, Monday, 5:45
IP.M.; Finance Corps, Monday. 6:30
p.m.: Quartermaster Corps. Tues Tuesay,
ay, Tuesay, 5:45 p.m. and the Adjutant
',general's Corps, Tuesday, 6:30
NO CHANGE PLANNED
lit00 (UP1)--Premier Antonio
ilegni' said Tuesday the govern governtient
tient governtient contemplated no change in
the nine-month-old law apinst
brostitution. The law closed all li licensed
censed licensed brothels in Italy last September.
House Approves Additional Millions
Veterans Widow Pension Payments
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Veterans Committee unani unanimously
mously unanimously approved a bill Thursday
providing for a sweeping overhaul
in the government's pension sys system
tem system for veterans' widows and vet veterans
erans veterans with non-service connected
The measure, which would set
,up a new sliding scale of pension
Ipayments, would cost an extra
308 million dollars in its first year
of operation. It was expected,
however, to save the government
a total of 12 billion dollars by the
The bill was designed to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate abuses in the present sys system
tem system by tailoring pension pay payments
ments payments to the veterans' actual
need after outside inconie has
been taken into consideration.
Need plays only a secondary role
in the current program.
The measure will be brought up
on the floor Monday under a pro procedure
cedure procedure barring amendments but
requiring a two-thirds vote for
The new system would not af affect
fect affect the pensions of ex-servicemen
with disabilities stemming from
their military service.
The bill, which would go into
effect July 1, 1960, would mean
increased payments for 70 per
cent of the 805,000 veterans and
450.000 widows now on the pension
rolls. No one on the rolls before
the 1960 date would receive a cut.
The committee estimated the
The newspaper "Paris-presse l'Intransigent" puo puofished
fished puofished in its April 11 edition the above photo of fam famous
ous famous French screen star Brigitte Bardot, on her ar arrival
rival arrival in London.
In the picture the charming. incomparable star la
shown wearing, on her right wrist, a Golden Heart
ErERNA model, with a solid gold band.
13.13. is really pleased with her Eterna watch and
she is proudly wearing it while on her important trip
to England, which is getting widespread coverage in
Corner of ".1" and Estudiante Streets
Exclusive distributors of ETERNA watches in Panama
proposed new system would help
1,132,139 persons initially by pro providing
viding providing larger payments to 834,406
beneficiaries now on the rolls and
making an additional 72,039 vet veterans
erans veterans and 205,684 widows eligible
Veterans benefits now cost the
government 51,100,000,000 a year.
There have been repeated de demands
mands demands in recent years for a
wholesale revision of the system.
The committee said the bill re received
ceived received the endorsement of the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration, even
though its first year cost would
be higher tl-an originally proposed
by the President. The administra administration
tion administration bill would cost 100 million
dollars in its first year.
The committee said fts meas measure
ure measure also had the support of thi
American Legion, the Veterans of
Foreign Wars. and Amvets.
Besides considering a veteran's
outside income, the nropoced new
system would also fake into ac account
count account his wite's :income over SI.-
200 a year irrtomtnitittg hii need.
It also woulit: UD a, "net
worth" test to disouglify ex-servicemen
with substantial assets.
Under the present system, a
verteran's monthly pension is
$78.75 a month in nearly all eases,
regardless of:Ate ,Munbet of, de denendents
nendents denendents wstinAtildisIneOrnt; The
year for single men and $2.700
for married veterans. Widows now
receive $50.50 a month.
NAVY CAPT. W. S. NOWELL
New Chief Of Stail
At 151ID Succeeds
Capt. SI Angelo
Capt. William S. Howell. a Na Navy
vy Navy veteran of 26 years' service
and seven World War II battle
stars, today assumed duties as
chief of staff of the 15th Naval
The 1933 Naval AcademY grad graduate
uate graduate will be administrative aide
as well as chief of staff to Roar
Adm. Lewis S. Parks, the Navy's
ranking officer in the Canal Zone.
He succeeds Capt. A. R. St. An Angelo,
gelo, Angelo, who is retiring after 30
years in the Navy.
Howell, a native of Macomb.
nl., comes to the-Canal Zne frAn,
the Office of Navaliptelligenovua
Washington. He is ;1 graduati. of
the U.S. Naval War College at
On duty in the Canal Zone 24
years ago, he was a ship's offi officer
cer officer aboard the cruiser USS
'Trenton stationed at Balboa,
4 ',Howell Ayaa,-,licempanted to ,the,
Canal Xona b's!' tik:Wite4,1he ntotrg ntotrger
er ntotrger Miss Gertrude'lr. PlaherW Of
Newport, R. whose father is a
retired naval officer.
Chooses and uses an "ETERNA-MATIC"
WASHINTONG (UPI) Sen.
Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine)
accused a three-star Air Force
general yesterday of trying. to
"smear" her reputation.
She made the statement at a
closed-door meeting of the Senate
Armed Services Committee. The
Senators responded by deferring
action on the general's promotion
until he can appear to reply.
Mrs. Smith's target was Lt.
Gen. Emmett J. (Rosie) O'Don O'Donnell
nell O'Donnell whose difficulties with the
lady senator date back to 1957
when she was fighting the promo promotion
tion promotion of movie star Jimmie Stew Stewart
art Stewart to brigadier general in the
Air Force reserve.
' The feud spilled over again
when President Eisenhower re recently
cently recently nominated O'Deonnell for
a fourth star as full general to
to head the nation's Pacific Air
Force. A decorated World War
combat commander, he now is
Air Force personnel chief.
Armed Services Chairman
Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.) said
Mrs, Smith made about a 40-1
'minute statement to the cOmmit cOmmittee.
tee. cOmmittee. Russell said she took issue
with testimony given by O'Don O'Donnell
nell O'Donnell at a comittee meeting she did
He said she also trotested "cer "certain
tain "certain acts" by O'Donnell which
she cdontened were "calculated
to bring titer motives into disre disrenute
nute disrenute and misrepresent her ac actions."
tions." actions." Among other things. Russell
said, Mrs. smith charged that
O'Dotmell's office "leaked" half halftruths
truths halftruths to a tolumnist and broad broadcaster
caster broadcaster in 1957 which were used to
The chairman quoted her as
saying the material nvolveC
"false representations. reflect reflecting
ing reflecting unon my integrity and char character."
acter." character." He said Mrs. Smith then left
and Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr. (1)-
N.C.) moved that the committee
put Alf aetinn a, O'Donnell's,pror
'motion until it ,hears him aiid Air
Force Secretary James Douglas,
probably next Thursday.
In the 1957 dispute, O'Donnell
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ngeroust Eitperts Tell
Solon Accuses Generai
Of Trying To Sm6ar Her
vigorously backed the nomination
of Stewart and several others for
reserve promotions. Mrs. smith
contended. they lacked the neces necesSaty
Saty necesSaty 'flight and -other qualifica qualifications.
tions. qualifications. The pair engaged in a biting
exchange at one committee sis sission.
sion. sission. The lady senator charged
later that O'Donnell had tried to
change his testimony before it
was entered into the official com committee
mittee committee record.
She made somewhat similar
charges in a letter to Russell
asking to appear before the com committee
mittee committee Thursday.
Sen. Russell Long
(Huey's Son) May
Run For Governor
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Russell B. Long (1)-La.) said to today
day today he was "veil seriousl"
thinking of running for governor
of Louisiana to succeed his ail ailing
ing ailing uncle, Earl K. Long.
The 40-year-old senator, son of
the late Sen. Huey Long and a
veteran of more than 10 years in
the Senate, said he expects to
make a decision in two or three
weeks. He will announce his de decision
cision decision in Baton Rouge, La.
Long's present Senate term
runs through 1962. His uncle is un under
der under usvchistric treatment in a
Galveston, Tex., hospital.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 12
(UPI)The youngest of four de defendanta
fendanta defendanta on trial for the rape of a
Negro coed confessed that all four
bad intercourse with her, a white
deputy sheriff testified today.
Deputy sheriff W. W. Slappy said
the confessioh was made by 011ie
,,Stoutamirs, :16, in the county jail a
few hours -after the four youths
were arrestedwith the 19-year-old
Negro Florida A&M freshman, ly
ing on the back floor of their auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. The girl told the court yesterday
she had been assaulted seven
times after a knife was held at her
Over heated defense objections,
Judge W.,May Walker ruled that
.the sheriff could relate the state statements
ments statements made by the four defendants
after their poorehension. Stouta Stoutamire's
mire's Stoutamire's was first.
On the stand herself yesterday,
the girl testified she begged her
attackers not to molest her but con consented
sented consented as the Orly means she felt
would save her life.
The defense arrmed that the girl
consented willingly, at least in ef effect.
fect. effect. to having relations with the
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priosis In tlitisitilled Han
ATLANTIC crry, NJ. (UPI)--
Physicians were warned by qual qualified
ified qualified experts yesterdays that hYP hYPnosis
nosis hYPnosis in unskilled hands is a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous medicine which ean do
much harm to the patient.
, It could result in a patient sui suicide,
cide, suicide, for instanee. Another ex example
ample example is- that it can lead a per.
son up the, scale of vices -from
chain cigaret smoking through
gross over-eating to alcoholism
and finally to drug addiction.
The experts held forth in a
symposium at the aimual meeting
of the American Medical Assn.
Dr. Harold Rosen, Baltimore,
who is chairman of the recentlY
established AMA committee on
hypnosis, presided. Hypnosis can
be a useful medicine, he saia, but
it is no miracle-worker and is no
cure-all The big danger in it ties
in the fact that any physician can
learn how to hypnotize another
person In half an how or less.
As a matter of fact, he contin continued,
ued, continued, a policeman or taxi-driver
confronted with the necessity of
assisting a woman in labor who
can't be gotten to a hospital in,
time, must -know a great deal
more about what he is doing than
a hypnotist needs to Imow to
Wheat to do with a, person after
he has been hypnotized is the
critical business and that is where
the hypnotists, whether or not he
is a physician, can harm the sub subject.
ject. subject. Rosen laid down the follow following
ing following general rule for doctors: don't
hypnotize patients unless you're'
specially trained and competent to
treat them for whatever ails 'them
while they're hypnotized.
A dentist is justified in relaxing
a patient with hypnosis if he
doesn't do anthing rriore than
work on the patient'steeth, Rosen
continued, and a throat man is
justified if all he intends do,ng
is to have a good look at the ton tonsils
sils tonsils without choldng the patient
with an instrument.
These specialitcgetq into,pou into,pouble
ble into,pouble when they leaiti their 'special 'specialty
ty 'specialty and start messing around with
the mind of the patient, he said.
That is the specialty of the psy psychiatrist,
chiatrist, psychiatrist, Rosen said, and the "dy "dynamics"
namics" "dynamics" of the mind are not to
be learned in a one dar or two or
three day course; A psychiatrist
studies those "dynamics" .five
years in ordex to qualify.
The AMA accepts hypnosis as a
useful adjtinct in medical treat treatmentwhen
mentwhen treatmentwhen appropriately used.
Rosen's committee was set up to
First Of Four Defendants Confesses
To Rape Of Tallahassee Negro Co-ed
ida capital, whites on the main
floor and Negroes in a gallery, lis listened
tened listened in silence as the girl singled
out and accused the four of abduct abductin;
in; abductin; and raping her the night of the
college's spring formal dance.
The diminutive coed, wlio never
once cried or lost lier composure
under acid cross-examination,.. de denied
nied denied the defense claim that:, she
consented to have relations with
the white youths if they would, re return
turn return her afteriaards to the college.
"Why did you submit to them?"
prosecutor William Hopkins asked.
"There were four men with a
shotgun and a knife around my
neck," she said quietly. "There
was nothing could do but do what
they said for me to do. knew they
would kill me if I didn't."
The girl looked only when direct directed
ed directed to at the four youths who would
get a sentence of electrocution if
they are found guilty without a ju jury
ry jury recommendation of inercy.
They are Willon Collinsworth, 24;
Patrick Scarborough, 20; David
Beagles, 18, and Stoutamire, 16.
The coed gave her name in court
but it cannot be miblished under
Florida law protecting rape vic victims.
tims. victims. Hopkins askedthe girl to tell the
full story of the early morning of
"We had been to a dance at the
college." she said, "and we left a around
round around 12:30. We parked at Gai Gaither's
ther's Gaither's Park ,behinri a drive in
theater. Then another car pulled
up right behind us."
"Four boys got out and pointed
a gun in our car snd told us, 'get
out. get out now.'
She said the Negro boys were
told to get in their car and back
un, and as soon all they got the mo motor
tor motor started they drove away. The
other girl broke looae and ran in into
to into some nearby bushes.
The girl she asked as they
Arove awa,' whnt thov were going
to do to bit "One of them .otald
,ThYvonupnntwtvihloleuvl stnvol 1.1d,ivoewleif,founnindwatfloomeewethwtstonurtwfies,
"The one witA the lotto' milled
rtie ont and rntOP me lav down on
the ground,' While I was or the
ground I begged each one of them
to let me go."
She said three bovs stood around
in a tittle each time she was
She stall she was hlindfolded sa
the boys &nye from Os rane ar,ene
and forcer; down on the ear floor
when a police car nulled un behind.
When the door was onen. she tum tumbled
bled tumbled out and fell to the ground. Po Police
lice Police took her to a hospital
Read StgrY, 'On ',I.P,age
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study the postibilities, to nutter,:
about the quaeki., and, 'chartataza,
who are known to be exploiting,:
the public with promises' of, 'easy'',
cures, like the potent mediZno:
vendors of olcL They'll. be, talien-
care of in the usual way-643yArri,"
isting laws which forbid the weeds
tice of medicine without a lice11g
'rhe wonder of hinosis Mau
has so impressed the, public Ivan
set forth by another symposium
expert, Dr. Mitton J Moripet:
Los Angeles, who is an anesthealw
ologist and who applies hypn0Sitt
only within his own specialize
field. He has put seven patientC
into an unfeeling state for heart
surgery with :hypnosis- alonea.h.
said. He wail, very positive 334,,t
hypnosis hasn't the slightest poorr
sibility of ever' replacing 4104
thetic chemicals. In a 'relatively:
few "suitable cases" it Cat4:1
used, but its chief value in vrat
thtsiology is that it helps pat-mita.
to deal comfortably with ),ret
operation fear, prodetw and Son
sion, be, said. 4,,
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LIMA,:;Peni (UPII- The -.VI
positiOn Christian Democrttlf&
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Gallo Porras today for a ;re
port on the "grave financiat
crisis" which has caused al,516;
defktit In $11e. Inidgft,
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The opposition group said thik
deficit, resulting from lower init.,
come and greater expenditure
than Gallo had expected, Prvet
that his stabilization program ha
failed. , mi
, The Chrtatian Democrats 'sat"
the International Monetary Fund."
suspension of Pern't right to uSt
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