The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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''TPARIS,'4une '13 (tPll The
government today publiihed de decree
cree decree empowering it to Aran rail railvmymen
vmymen railvmymen for compulsorY service if
.they- strike Tuesday., la defiance
of President Charlei Ile Gaulle's Gaulle'sThe's
The's Gaulle'sThe's decree': published in tbe,,
official journal, was 4,:aigned by,
De Gaulle, ,,, Premier "Michel 'De-,
bre,, PublicWorks 'Minister ltob-
ert Buren 1, 4nd., ,,Labot),, Minister 1
n T,,,, ;,
Debre 'met Interior ,'-',,,Minister
Pierre Chatenet noon to,. 'dis 'discuss
cuss 'discuss action to be taken it the rail railway
way railway ;strike starts,' on 'schedule. '7,
The premier Was to meet; non-,
COMMUnilit union leaders late' in,
the day to seek 'a, peacefuk solu solution
tion solution of the.' dispute...,
He warned last night that the
government 4ntends to crush the
threatened strike,, which ,itiould
provoke, -Utile leranct4,1,. '" 0

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WASHINGTON, June 11(11PI)---
61rnor Luhi Muhos Marin pre.
di Lid tadartha't Congress', 'will
pass omnibus legislation re revise
vise revise the Federal Relationto Act
despite the, spreading contgBversy
ever its constitutionality.v
Munoz in ,an interview said he
plans to seek no'major gevisions
"I don't' expect Congrest 'to 're 'reject
ject 'reject it," he said. ,,,,
The Governor, paid he will
1unch Monday with ILS attorney
general William Rogers and
deputy attorney general LaWrence
Walsh., The Justice Department
was asked earlier this wek
render an advisory opinfonon the
constitutional basis for Puerto
co's 4"Conunonwealth:".
The requ,ost followed a langthi
exchange between,. btufiox and
senator Henry MrJackson .,)D4-
Wash.). Acting chairman of the
Senate Interior and Insular Af4
1 fairs' CoMmittoo at a t, hearing
on the omnibiis bill Tuosday,,
Jackson questioned both the
"wisdom" and the constitional au authority
thority authority for' Congress to grant
Piterto, Rico a type of Mine rule
which can be altered nnly with
the consent of t,he Puerto, aleall
people He also challenged com,
anonwealth contentions that 1-3
binding "compact"',': hat existed
since 1952 under which Congress
abandoned its ability to legislate
unilaterally on some Puerto ,llt-'
an matters.
1 While the Justice Department's

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W 0 tme
The steel, wage talks, already dead dead'
' dead' locked. ,en contract, Issues, face
, new trouble where and tbow
the negotiators should
The "United Steelworkers ;
, ational wage policy cSmmit cSmmittee
tee cSmmittee yesterday gave, union offie-,
en the power to strike if fleets fleets,
, fleets, Siry to ,back up the tudon's conA
itact demands.
I, The uniort, admitting k bas
, lade Da, progregi ,b1 Joint talks
'between' i' four-man bas
,':ealled its' full negotiating tom toms':
s': toms': snittes for each of tbe 12 steel
companies ke, New 'York td start
separate talks with ,the compa companies
nies companies Olt TuesdaY. 4

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MYSTERY BLAST Thi3 general view'Uf the" North Station In Boston, Mass., shows the ef effect
fect effect of a' thundering explosion 'which ripped a rapid transit waiting room apart. No one was
killed but about 38 persons were hospitalized, and one man had both arms blown off. Th
cause of the blast was unknown, but a bmb was suspected.
Experts 'Fa' To Find Defnating Device,

Suoest' B6ston Exklosion Was Atddental

BOSTON, June 13(urpExplosive experts said today that an explosion in an elevated
vapid transit station In which 38 persons were hospitalized may have been an accident.
They said the complete absence of thning or detonating devices round In a microscopic; ex examination
amination examination or bits of wreckage gave rbe-to the theory that the black powder may have only been
stored In" the coin, lockers 1)1 the Nopth Station vapid -transit station.
Whi Ispolfce admitted there was phone line ,Manned around the' old mental, petient who formeni
some doubt over ', whether the clock by veteran detectives had ly lived in Boston. But Police
1101rsday bombing-wet intention- failed toproduce many calls or Cemmissioner Leo J. Sullivan
al, they repeated sui appeal' to the any useful leads through the first said no charges has been pleo,
general pubji0,,,fork-any helpful, in- 21 hours., ed egainst,the man end that
formation abbut the "mad bomb- r Poke edthitted -they were authorities had no definite in- 1
er." Mei Said a special tele-, still seeking an escaped 21-year- formation that the man had re
turned to his former home,'
..,.., ,' ,,,-- - ----- , ,,, Sullivan ':;said the Ann is -the
unoz7 aria' xpe;ts ongress same one:Vho seFreted a honte
made bobib behmd a rostrum
' ', ', ,' -1.- . ,4,-,,- -$ where Cuban-Premier Fidel Caro
, ,..6, u It s .,, ., tr was, to' seek at-IC rani' III
w" o -Reivis e o 'Rico Stittis
, York's entral Park,
, , A Three persons were still in erl erl,
, erl, ea con Awn today with injuries
. Suffered in Thursday's blast in
WASHINGTON, June 13' (IMP views are not 'binding .bn Con
uMonetrnoepaorlittahne TrNoarthnsitstuuthoonsritsy
eltrnor Lub Mukz Marin pro- gress, they, are vonsiclere'd critic.,
I di Led kiarthat Congress', 'will al iii Puerto Bico's case. An, ad- st bt ae
would warn law-lcongested downtown area.
pass omnibus legislation to re- Verse report
-An. 4h- Wrfirl er,itra D al n; own ifP I- a i- AA- I


The' Companies, however, serir seririd
id seririd notice they ,, will not,' attend
se orate meetings. '',4,: ,:l''',
, e companies veld they:have
d egated the authority to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate a new contract to their
'group will be at the Hotel Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Tuesday to meet with any
representatives the, union, sends.,
DThe,union said it will have its
egotiators in 12 separate rooms,
41 the 'same hotel and is ex ex'
' ex' pecting '1!authorized and ; compe compe,
, compe, tent.',' Officials of each ',et v, the
imamate& le ahoW AIN, ,;',1::.

views are iot 'binding .rin Con. suffered in Thursday's bias
station near the North Stati
gregs, they, are considered critic., the Metropolitan Transit Autl
al M Puerto 1:tice's case. An ad adwould
would adwould warn law. congested downtown area.
Verge report
makers they were acting on leg,.
'elation of doubtful, contitutional Milk Carton Wax
Mufioz again expressed eortfl.
ence, the "compact" was "t'tediFound TO Contain
in the tonstitutimi anti in a broad r, ... ,. .... ...
interpretation of the fundamental

la of the land.
.-"Only the Supreme Court ean
convince me of thit contrary," he,

,STIto 'constitution of filo
grows by interprotation end the
growth of now political concept
, the, 'Amorican 4 civilization,'
he said. '
He added the commonwealth
was such a concept.
The Governor rejected repor repor1
1 repor1 ter's suggestion thatolackson's in intense
tense intense probing Into the fundamen fundamental
tal fundamental consitutional Issues of the
commonwealth had taken him bY
surprise. ,
Muflos said he stood ready to
answer any and all questions a6
bout Puerto Rico.' ,
"Obviously congres is not- eom agree to 'out propoSals,"

Trainmen ROI
Strike Starled

Cancer Agents

WASMNGTON, (I.TPI) A ten tenter
ter tenter research scientist reported
yesterday- that small amouts of
cancer-causing age,nts have been
discovered in some types of wax
on milk eartons.
Dr. Wilhelm Hueper, head of
the environmental cancer section
of the National Institutes of
Health (NM), said it was not yet
known whether the presence of
these cancer inducing substances
poses a major health threat.

But he uid '"wisdom would dic dictate
tate dictate 'their- elimination from pee!
kagea -containing food." He. added

imply a contradiction" by one i petroleum industry,
executive agency of the po it' I
s 1n Schalk d Lir ky fotmd oarti
the United Sates took before the ,a ,. an ing
United Nations in 1955 when it "U. ''''' pathogenie hydrocarbons
cited Puerto Rice so a self 6 gov,,,; in ft'ur nf 40 waxes taken from
erning area. , Sairnples all over the country, Hoe Hoellufir
llufir Hoellufir called bis ippearanie per said. 'rhe largest volume of
before the committee part Of a national. The largest volume of
"normal renegotiation, of any hydrocarbon traces found was a,
compact!' bout one part in a Infinien, he said
' said,
' Ss
France,11111 Draft
k ;,. , ,,,,,,
1 t'llueper said he requested the
, rPsetirch Whim midi Rhail Tpearte

added,' tand .2113r guess ts that
they have-achieved soca& 6, ."
'The; NM official sag! further re research'
search' research' into the problem would be
tondueted by Schulk and Litinsky
in gollaboratien with doctors
Hans Falk and Paul Kotin",of Los
Angeles',Ther are Working,. on 4
,researeh' grant., front .4 the petro petroleunt
leunt petroleunt induatryi
LONDON ('UFI) --,r,;.'The'Schtlet
Union is building a s; giant,' -cupshaped
pool in Moscow that ',will
!be, the largest in Europe,' aceord aceording
ing aceording to' radio' Moscow. The! )lool
will hems a diameter of more than
430-yards' and accommodate' 2,000
'swimmers, a .-broadcast. aahl,4!,;,

. ations Enid
, , , ,
, lipping Ta s'
h t
Not mg Settled
,,WASHINGTON;June 14 (UPI)---The 10-nation Inter InterIlatiOnOt
IlatiOnOt InterIlatiOnOt Shipping Conference which met here this week
recommended that a study.committee be sit up to exam examinelurther
inelurther examinelurther the problems of flag discrimination'subsidies
anti, flags of convenience discussed at the meetings.
,',The conferince 'produced no other concrete re re,
, re, Ults. However,,the European shipping delegations
,,se med to be generally confident that further talks,
w ther in' the, stuilr cmmittee meeting or at an anot
ot anot er conference, might lead to some modifications
of LIS. poficy about'which they complain.

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The U.S. delegation at all times transport the entire 100 per peruld
uld peruld it 'was not the U. S. intention cent.'
to modify its shipping policies
in any 'Way. The U. S. state' De- ,, However, occasionally in such
partment has had to contend eases where U. S. ships are not
with the strong oPposition to the available, ships of third countries
conference from the U. S. ship- are Crowed to take 50 percent of
ping industry and U. S. labor u- such cargoes.
Flag discrimination is enother The, European delegates want
name for government generated' the second 50 percent to be haul haulcargoes.
cargoes. haulcargoes. This includes cargoes ed by the ships of any country.
sent from the U. S. to any twilit- The Europeans also claimed
try thato receives U. S. foreign that the export-import bank-financaid,
whether through outright ft. ed cargoes encourage some of
nancial grants, through export-im- the newer countries to biild ships
port bank. loans or through re- uneconomically,
ceiving ,11.; S. surplus sgricultur-,
al nroduct, --- ,' I ,, 011 Abe opic of tags of comm.
t ?me marosiesta astegationctOok, eiente.1.1LtveLoillgreed4441-410
'articular exception to-the U.S. Country represented had any i i1
1 i1 governmental regulation that dea of how to curb these increas increashalf
half increashalf of such export-import bank. ing fleets. This topic concerns o ofinanced
financed ofinanced argue 4,' must : be cean-going ships registered under
trans in U. S. ships 'and Liberian, Panamanian or Hondu
haw rtsrips gf the, recipeirit Tan laws ,and flying the flags of
countires. if the latter slo not those nations to avoid heavy tax taxhave
have taxhave the shipsi then U. S Alps ation and other burdens of the
--------,-4--,----,-0---..--, countries where the shine aro

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Both' At' 'staid, and Padific side
lodges of Elks will observe Flag
Day with fitting programs today,
and prominent persons, from
both sides of tbe Isthmus, and
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts wM
join in tilo, general eelebration.
Cristobal Lodge 1542 will hold
Its celebration at 2:30 p.m. in the
Home with Capt. Howard Hyatt
USA delivering the maill address.
Fred R. Trout will give the
history of the flag and Lee Larri Larrison
son Larrison wiU make the response.

But he uid "'wisdom would die diebout
bout diebout Puerto lc their H i tie c. More elaborate are the plans
"Obviously congres is not- com compelled
pelled compelled to agree to lout gropoaals f ide Brig Gen. George T.
he said referring to e legisla-
' -that a solutionmight be to use -IC 3 -.
takateges cOnt'aeinin-minafoodn."framHe aldaed- fer the celebration en the Pact Pacttion
tion Pacttion introduced in the senate b P ashes instead of waxes as eoa the prinei prineiSen.
Sen. prineiSen. James B. 'Murray (D-Mont. Ing fc'r '434)d ealltainell
I t Scpa jhlaattdedrrewillsg
atdeahvperublic meeting
the committee chairman.
Hueper said dascovery of the' st 3 Pin a b t alt
Mulles dunned direct com- nag will be given y pas ex
ment on what hip would do if danger was made by two Chicago in the Balbol ahortStadhilusmtorysoftertiithnge
- the Justice Department Schuik and W.
the music wW be supplied by the
, an adverse opinion.
Lijinsk3r who have been tondu
c- ed ruler Harold J. Zierten. and
Force Ban& under
tint special tests on behalf of the
Wend doctork- Phillip
But he pointed out tbrs would -- the direction of 010 Herman
imply a "contradi tion" by 776th Air
c une petroleum industry,
executive agency of the position' 0411 ,,, y tr t- &mid parti-
the 'United Sates took before the l'IL'1 an' L"-11nSKy
- cles of pathogenic hydrocarbons
United Nations in 1955 when it
cited Puerto Rice em e self ,,,,,in four of 40 waxes taken from
Double Anniversciry

Is Marked Toddy
By 20thInfantry,
When the lst Battle group, 20th
Infantry observes ,tbe 184th birth,
day of the U.S. Army and thq In Infantry
fantry Infantry today, the organization al also
so also will mark the 15th anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary of the 20th Infantry's relief of
the 158th Infantry outpost line fae

Willi' Vela!' research when published reports so 'Will maik the 15-th anniversa--
' II A it .;111 indicated i that' ter.tain waxes ry of the 20th Infantry's relief of
en 11 al caused cancer in mice when in- the 158th Infantry outpost line fae fae1111
1111 fae1111 jected into their bladders. dng strong Japanese forces at
Is Starled ,, Maffin Bay, New Guinea.
, The' petreimim industry has That engagement was the start
' been experimenting with refine,of active combat for the regi regiOne
One regiOne 13 (tn) The ment processes in an effort totinent in 'World War B.
I toda published I de- eliminate the substaaces," be 1

F;0)7,ry ,.,Fre.,.0jp,pdpp Frplic At F.L, Amador

1 11 id I Ma, "11 "tor lhold "WI Nor IV "ow a
By PFC. 'TOM REED objective, a tribal council is held.' ..It was during the .aforemenl Seek Tax Relief

;A' family 'of raccoons appeas appeasing
ing appeasing hunger, by free-loading at
Fort Amador.
Such a startling observAtion
was made IV Sp., 4 Claudia "Red"
Arnold during a return from The
library, late one night. With the
deductive 'insight that rivals thel
master. Sherlock Holmes, 0 n nelude
elude nelude thus: ,
' The' furred inhabitants 'nf' the
Amador causeway, slink stealthily
in the night to their ',goal
row of five garbage disposal units
- back of the mess hall.
4 'Upon reaching t,he clearing,1
front where, thev ,tan view their

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011 -the 0Pie Of 'flags of conve conveAl
Al conveAl gra ed440-410,
Country represented bad any i idea
dea idea of how to curb these increas increasing
ing increasing fleets. This topic concerns ocean-going
ships registered under
Liberian, Panamanian or Hondu Honduran
ran Honduran laws ,and flying the flags of
those nations to avoid heavy tax taxation
ation taxation and other burdens of the
countries where the ships are
really owned,
it was conceded while the 17.
S. had over 500 ;hips flying
such flags, nearly ell the Euro4
peank countries also had some
ships doing the, Sam ,thing.

The V. S. standpoints also was'
that these U. S. owned flags-ofconvenience
ships are a necessa necessary
ry necessary wartime reserve. Many of
them are big tqnkers and large
ore carrying ships.

Long Says He Was Kidnaped,
Taken To Texas Institution

Earl Long of Louisiana charged
Friday in a formal court petition
that he was drugged in Louisiana
and brought to a Galveston men mental
tal mental hospital tied hand and foot.
He asked a district court to order
him released.
Long applied for writ of
habeas corpus and personally
signed the petition: "Earl Long,
governor in exile by force in kid kidnaping."
naping." kidnaping." District Judge L. D. Goodard,
in whose cotut he filed the peti petition,
tion, petition, set a heiting for 10 a. m.
Long, 63, WaS brought to Gal Galveston.
veston. Galveston. iti I military plane May
30. He has been in the psychiat psychiatric
ric psychiatric ward of John Sealy Hospital
The petition charged Long was:
". administered a powerful
sedative against his will, that
his feet, ankles and arms- were
tied to a stretcher and that while
in this comatose- condition was
forcibly removed from the gover governor's
nor's governor's mansion in. Baton Rouge
and flown to the city of Galves Galveston;
ton; Galveston; "That upon his arrival at Gal

Berlin Crisis
Still Touchy,
Briton Warns


raccomis are incapable
of verbal thought communication,
one of the group "volunteers
to venture forth and scout the
area. ).

library, late one night. With the He acenta a unit that holds
deductive 'insight that rivals the suitable morsels and proceeds to
master. Sherlock Holmes, n- vault :onto the lid. A series of
elude thus: , bodily gyrations' follows, which
' The' furred inhabitants of' the loosens it. 'rhe marauder 'hen
Amador causeway, slink stealthily overbalances the lid and weights
in the night to their ,-goal a it to ,the ground,. jumping free
row of five garbage disposal units before it clatters harl on the
- back of the mess hall. pavement. lie than scurries to
4 Upon reaching t,he clearing, his refuge with his comradesin
kora where they tea view their, crime to the brash",

ilMainai ND ilinb

GENEVA; June 13 (UPI) T.-Britain
warned today that the Berlin
situation "may still become dan- 1 ar
gerous" unless RusMa considera considerably
bly considerably modifies its threats and stall stalling
ing stalling at the foreign ministers' con-
ference here.
Prime Minister Harold Maemil Maemilhas
has Maemilhas instructed 1
Panama cant
lan sounded the warning at a,Ccm a,Ccmservative
servative a,Ccmservative party meeting in North
London shortly before he met COUIrt CleCiSi011
Foreign Secretary Selvvyn Lloyd
for a first-hand report on the con- more than $10,l
ference. Carter was s
Lloyd flew home during a
(weekend recess in the conference, Secretary of LC
hich U.S. officials say probably com" ply with SI
wiu be suspended Tuesday unless
Russia softens its Berlin 'demands. Part Of a Nang
isW must ba firm," Macmil- head-wharf and
Ian said. "Wit cannot abandon
the people of Wad Bello; or The case, ,the
weaken in any way our right to Zone, was tried
protect them. .at the s a m ,-. ..
time, wp hay, to remember ..rowe Hi U.S. I
that, unless the present Soviet Judgement a!
attitude is considerably modi- er, Jr., was ente
fled, the Barlin situation may
still becomo darnm.0 days for filing o
Reports circulating here said
Britain is more anxious than its Meanwhile, info
allies to continue the talks, e- here familiar wit
ven if Soviet Foreign Minister An- contracting proced
drel Gromyko refuses to relax if the appeal is del
his one-year ultimatum on Ber- er court Carter
lin. 1 course to an appea
Britain may modify its stand for renegotiation 4
at a cabinet meeting M o n d a y contract.
which Lloyd wM attend before
returning here, Although the cot
The East German Communist effective in June :
regimilnrileated, today that the ma Canal Zone dit
Reel 'WWII 'Mar Aleir deinand der-..,minimum1 wa,
that the allies get their'troons nut an- aCtof Congre
of Berlin within a year if the came effective NO.
west abandons its plans to rearm Thus, experts
West CPI'ManY Carter ,could arg
1!if HI' Bonn goyarnment re- ware based on tho
nounces atomic arms, milita- riginal provision
rism and reyanchism and acts
'period of ono year proposed by
acrras"ndingly, than tht main Airport Aid
tint Soviet Union ant( th (Rad).
Germn Democratic Rapublic is Boosts Presi
ramoyad," Communist Dabuty
Premier Heinrich Rau said in
an Intarylaw pubtishati by tha 1960 Budge
o f f I c 1 a I newspaper Nimes I
Deutschland. ,
High U.S. officials here said
there would be no point in con- WASHINGTON (1
dent Eisenhower,'s 1
tinufng the foreign ministers' Eolicy on federal 1
talks at this time if Gromyko oost today from
does not withdraw Russia's one- i
owed over how MI
year dernand. ointn Airnort constr

veston 14 was forcibly removed
therefrom by two guards and
brought against his will to John
Sealy hospital and since that time
he has been there restrained and
confined under an order issued by
the Galveston probate court."
Soon after he arrived Probate
Judge Hitgh Gibson, on the re request
quest request of Long's wife Blanche and
a cousin, ordered Long confined
hi the hospital for 14 days on the
ground that he was mentally and
physically sick and might hurt
himself or another person unless
he were restrained.
But at the same time, Gibson
ordered a hearing for next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday SO' that Long could testify
hiniself if his family wanted to
commit him for 90 additional
Long decided yesterday to fight
any attempt by Gibsoti's court to
rule on his sanity. His lawyers
said the ground would be that he
was "forcibly, unwittingly and un unwillingly"
willingly" unwillingly" brought to Texas and
that the Texas court had no jur jurisdiction.
isdiction. jurisdiction. Long apparently was trying to
bring the issue to a head before
the Tuesday hearing.

tioned deed thit Arnold caught!" A
them, "red-handed," He then ob- meeting Tomorrow
served the following series of
events: Canal Zone husbands Who have
Realizing the peril of imme-1 non-US citimn wives, and are

diately advancing to the scene of
the crime, (some irate homo sa sapiens
piens sapiens sleeping in the building
may take a dim view of being so
abruptly awakened by the clash
of a lid against concrete) the
balrY bsndits wait for about five
minutes. iNhen no one ap appearl,
pearl, appearl, they -advance cautiously to toward
ward toward their goal and devour
the "fruits" of their victory with
obvious relish.

May Ask Navl
To Renegotiate

Panama contractor John V. Carier sold yesie,rdiy he
has instructed his attorney to appeal the.11.5:;Distr,ict
Court decision ordering him to pay 34 forriier emplayis
more than $10,000 in back wages.
Carter was sued on behalf of the employes by the
Secretary of Labor, who charged Carter ,had failed'40
comply with $1 per hour minimum wage requirmeneon
part of a Navy construction contract at the Coco Solo
head-wharf and piers.
The case, the first such to be heard in the Cana!
Zone, was tried in Febquary before Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe in U.S. District Court, Cristobal
Judgement against Carter and his son, JohnN. Cart4
er, Jr., was entered on May 25. Legal processes allow 60
days for filing of the appeal. t

Meanwhile, informed sources
here familiar with government
contracting procedure said eviin
if the appeal is denied in a high higher
er higher court Carter may have re recourse
course recourse to an appeal to the Navy
for renegotiation of the original

Although the contract became'
effective in June 1956, the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone did not come un under.,minimum'
der.,minimum' under.,minimum' wage laws until
an aet-of Congress Which be became
came became effective No. 19, 1957.
Thus, exports pointed out,
Carter ,could argue that bids
wore based on the contract's o original
riginal original provision that wages

Airport Aid Poser
Boosts Presidenrs
1960 Budget Policy

, WASHINGTON (UPI) Fred Freddent
dent Freddent Eisenhower,'s hold the line
policy on federal spending got a
noost today from lawmakers sty stymied
mied stymied over how much -aid to put
into airport construction.

The economy side of the Prei Preident's
dent's Preident's precariously balanced 1960
Ibudget also was reinforced by sev
eral other actions on programs for
i the fiscal year starting next July
, 1.

1 But the Republican National
Committee raised new big-spending
charges against the Democrat Democratlie
lie Democratlie majority in Congress, maintain maintaining
ing maintaining it was "playing a sort of
1 shell game with tax money." It
singled out Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson in particular.
The aid-to-airports controversy,
which provoked a presidential ve veto
to veto last year, came to a dead nd
yesterday when House and Senate
conferees gave up trying to com compromise
promise compromise on a four-year program
in excess of Eisenhower's requests
The Senate's four-year proposal
was for 465 million dollars. The
House plan came to 297 million.
The President's measure called
for 200 million and gradual elim elimination
ination elimination of the program.
Sem A. S. Mike Monroney (1)-
Okla.), sponsor of the Senate bill,
said the next step likely would be
to",offer a stop-gap bill to keep the
airport aid program alive for two
years at its present 83 million dol dollar,
lar, dollar, annual' level.

House-Senate conferees agreed
on a compromise measure report report;
; report; edly tarrying about 413 million
dollats in appropriations for the
'Interior Department and related
liarre Vreessifor tthheadnerxtufeisset al 1,i4e8a7r..

CZ Husbands Who

non-US citimn wives, and are'
seeking US' income tax relief by
virtue of the community property
law, whi meet tomorrow night at
Diablo Clubhouse. The meeting
will convene at 7 p.m.
The group's attorney. David
Robles, will be present and will
have with him copies of the con contract
tract contract for signature of those hus husbands
bands husbands who wish to enter intot.the
group suit for tax relief.

arf Contrai

conform to prevailing
rates at that time. c;r
judgment liftainst; Carter
covered only the periOa'vfrom
Nov. 19, 1957, when the law-, wetnt'
into effect here, te completionnot
the contract on APill14,-S58
Principal fader In the. cou
ruling against the outspblten Pit4
name contractor was that the Co.
co Solo head-whart, ipiers
were judged,by,
instrument otinterstatifeettiter&o
supporting the Labor Department
Minimum $1 an bour 'wage
laws do not apply unless the tie.
complished work isl,aft Instrument
of interstate commerce.
At the outset of the case' last'
fall, Carter had declared be
would challenge U.S. legal sover sovereignty
eignty sovereignty in the Canal Zone on the
grounds- that Panama had never
clearly relinquished such sover sovereignty,
eignty, sovereignty, but the point was not pur pursued
sued pursued at the trial.
Carter was ordered to pay a
total of 310,787.30 plus interest
to the 34 employes Involved.
All are Panamanians" The ten tentractor
tractor tentractor was a:so ordered to pay
cost of litigation.
The case attracted wide atten attention
tion attention because it was the first to
test the validity of he 1957 CM..
gressional act including the Ca,
nal Zone within minimum wage
law jurisdiction.
Woodrow de Castro, of the PS:.
name firm of de Castro and, Ro Rohies;
hies; Rohies; is attorney for the Cartersi,

Community Service
Awards To Be GIVell'"
Mantic Residenis
Certificates of appreciation fee'
community services will be pre. ;
sented to a group of Atlantic side ',
residents during the meeting .A4
the Cristobal-Margarita Civic Coml.
cil tomorrow evening at. ,7:30:';,,,at
the Margarita Service CentetV'L.
The honored residents inclUde
Harvey Sauter, for his 46 annual
fireworks display. Ewald litibert,
for his service as Cubintistet et' ".
Margarita Mrs. Edna W I l 8 enidti
swimming events leadership;,
ry Scheer and Mrs. FrancesWhit-;.-;.:s,!
lock) Civic Council committee
Mrs. Bertha Brown and --tfrs.
Louise Griffon, for service te
ribbean Girls' State; Dr. Brune
Eisen and David McIlliennyt
securing accreditation for Coca
Solo Hospital; Joseph Hickey, for -11'.:
promotion of Little Leagne base,
ball activities; Frank Wilder for ;
participation in community .;
grams and talks on security: and
the president of the Caribbean ,;
College Club, for promotion of cqt
the annual spelling bee in' tlio
Thomas Sellers. Council priest, e::
dent, urges all members of the '
community to attend the, meet., rq
ing. Several important announce, 4
ments will be made, and items of
interest to the commtipity
be discussed, he said.

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, Whilevpoliee admitted there was phone line ,manned around the' old mental, Intent who former,1 conference from the U. S.' ship- are Clewed to take 50 percent of -R-0'130 s 0
rt circulatin here said
some doubt over', whether the clock by veteran detectives had ly lived in Boston. But Police dU $ lb suh a s onform to prevailing local ,
, ping industry an . a or 114- c e rgoe Britain is more anxious than its Meanwhile, informed sources c 1 ,,. .. tir..
1101rsday hombing.wat intention- failed toprodece many calls or Cemmissioner Leo J. Sullivan allies to continue the talks, e- here familiar with government rates at that t me. ( t' 11
al, they repeated an appeal. to the any useful leads through the first said no charges has been plac. niVa.S di. scrimination is another The, European delegates want
general pubjie..for-any helpful, in- 24 hours., ed against the man and that name for government generated' the second 50 percent to be haul- ven if Soviet Forel n Minister An- tontracting procedure said evn l'ilk judgment Itgainst; Carter tr:
formation abbut the "mad bomb- Poke adrisitted -they were authorities had no definite Thi in I d cargoes ed by the ships of any country. drei Gromyko refguses to rBelax if the appeal is denied in a high- covered only' the period';from ,,N,
t C rter may have re- Nev. 19, 1957, when the law-, went' ,,-,e
tr." They said a spetial tele-, still seeking an escaped 24-year- formation that the man had re- t from th U. S. to any eoult- The Europeans also claimed 1
in. cargoes s e n eg
sen e his o e-year ultimatum on er- er conr a
turned to his former home. .id ,"
try that, teethes U. S. foreign that the export-import bank-financ- course to an appeal to the Navy into effect here, te completion:4ot '',.
., e -hether through outright ft. ed cargoes encourage rme of Principal fader In the, court 3
ligiritain may mothly its stand for renegotiation of the original the contract on Apift25,,,t)58 ,
at a cabinet meeting M o n d a y contract.
ruling against the outspbtten PP 'til..1
nancial grents through export-im- the newer countries to lid ships
Sullivan ",;said the Ann is the --- 4--
same one,-'who seereted a hom which Lloyd wM attend before
throu h re- uneconomically, Although the contract became name contractor was that the C.o.,,,ys1,1
1 Munoz-Mann- ExpeOs Congress 0. peoginbalt; lanssugius sgricultur.,
made heath b h d tr c g a P'
e m a ros um al vroduc ,,,, t ,, og the 'topic of 'gage of conye- returning here,
- , -, ,,' .,- --!, r, 4 t where Cuban- Premier Fidel Cep .1(ra t twil ated, t day that the ma Camel Zone did not come till- were judged thy ,Crowete be' an.,,,.,,. ,A
demand der ,minimem, wage laws until instrument otinteretatifentittertet i 1
The EaSt German Communist effective in June 1956, the Pane- co Solo head-wharf, ittdvpiersvt," '''','1,,
, Son 'fr. 6 ,.,:, ., it ,-21111, to - '"', ta- war;en, speak at-g- taw hr.
York's Central Park. ',del tlen4I0ak blenett,It ea .ogreed4,that,,40, reg Mt, r, 0
:';'' 0 KeillS6 lienaltICO 3tattIS --' is' a' rticulfrimblir exception.gtos the- U.S.' nountri ri-epres4e4nted had
liagammontal regulation that dea of how to curb these lannclreasi-- tiltadtltil-WWP alltliestegleatzthtelliertrones reit an aet-of Congress. which be- supporting the Labor DeRrtnunt,i4...,-i,t
of Berlin within a year if the came effective No. 19, 1957. contention. .- 4 .,. a ":': no :"I -""si -1
half of suck export-import bank. ing fleet& This topic concerns o- Minimum 31 an bour 'wage ,
' 4, ,g--... ,- ,- ,,t .Three persons were still in erl- -,,,,,i,
, teal condition today with injuries
. suffered in Thursday west abandons its plans to rearm Thus, experts pointed out,
Carter ,couid argue that bids laws do not apply unless the at. ,,.,
financed parrs, 4,' must : be cean-going ships registered under Won CerManY
WASHINGTON, June 13.(UPI)--- views are nOt 'binding On Con trans In U. S. ships 'and Liberian, Panamanian or Hondu Hondu's
's Hondu's blast in haw rstips gs the- recipeint Tan laws ,and flying the flags of 11If the Bonn government re- were based on the contract's 0- complished work isgth instrummt
' Btrnor DIM Mithos Marin pre- gresa, they, are considered critic- the Metropolitan Transit Authority
station near the North Station ntl If the latter de not those nations to avoid heavy tax- At the outset of the case' last' ,"
nounces atomic arms, milit:- riginal provision that wages of interstate commerce. ,', ,
rism and revanchism and ay' ..... ..
'di ted Sciday'that Congress', 'will al M Puerto Rico's case. An, ad- ru At-- ...1Ltoeb &Lana it e &kirk!' 'M.. otwk A .44,.. Stol et... ,a 4S..

, in,,the bill, ,,,, ,-. , .. ,, in-the tonstitutioVand In --a --b----cil
rea rouna 10 Loma 'mag uay teremony pea, countries also had some an interview pubtished by the 11960 Budget Policy suea at the trial.
i) pree to the 34 employes Involved. t -:
Carter was ordered to pay a
I don t ,expect wiengreall wi re- interpretation of re fundamental 1 '' ships doing the, same ,thino. o f f i c I a I newspaper New's I
ject it," he said. '. 7 -'", ,,,, laW of the land. Deutschland. totel of $10,787.30 plus interest '.'
tractor vfas aiato ordered to pay .,
The Governor,- paid he will '-"OnlY the Supreme Court can Cancer Agents Al Balboa Stadium vhe v. s. standpoints also was' High U.S. officials here said
lunch Monday with. ILS...' 46
lt,rneY cepvince me of thit contrary he that these U. S. owned flags-of- there would be no point in con- dent Eisenhower,'s hold the line
cost of litigation.
All are Panamanians" The ton. .''''
peit The case attracted wide tteri- '-
general WiMara I'', Rogers ., and and. .-,,, ',. ,, toiht Atia'Inu-et Ind mime side revonvenrtieince ships are amnecessaf- tinining thhei ftoireignit mGinisters'
deputy attorney general Lattrence Jen," 'teneeitutien 4, 'tho u.s., WASMNGTON, (UPI)-- A tan,
wa me reserve. any o ta ks at t s me romvko oost today from lawmakers sty
Walsh., The Justiee Department grows by Interpretation ;end the ter research scientist reported lodges of Ellts Will observe Flag
them are big tenkers and large does not withdraw Russia's one- i Eolicy on federal spending got, a
was asked earlier this wek to
- erewth of new political concept yesterday- that small amouts of Day with fitting programs today,
ore carrying ships. year demand. ton because it was the first a
into airport construction.
render an advisory opinimon the $ In the'American4 civilizations's' cancer-causing agent's have been and prominent ', persons, from
test the validity of he 1957 COn
mied over how much -aid to a to '',
. constitutional basis for Puerto Ri- be said , ., discovered in some types of wax both sides of the Isthmus, and gressiona act including the Ca.. 0
'' He added, the commonwealth on milk eartons. 6 The economy side of the Prei- I,
co's 4"Conunonwealth. ; ,-; , Boy Scouts ind Girl Scouts wM o s 1 nal Zone within minimum wage
The rimmst Mimed 0 hmlithY was such a concept join in tho general eelebration. I dent's precariously balanced 196
.. law jurisdiction.
., 1 budget also Wag reinforced b '" Woodr d C t f '
exchange between,. Munoz and ,The Governor rejected a repor-
Da, Wilhelm Hueper, head of ong Says He Was Kidnaped ow e as ro, o the Pa. ;
I senator Henry, M...Jackson -Ma- ter's suggestion thatolackson's in- the environm,ental cancer section Cristobal Lodge 1542 wM bold eral other actions on programs for
ISM a firm of de Castro and Ro- :,'N',.
, Wash.). -Acting chairman of the tense probing Into the fundamen- uf the- National Institutes of Its celebration at 2:30 p.m. in the
i the fiscal year starting next July hies; is attorney for the Cartera.,
, Senate Interior and Insular Af-; tal consitutional issues of the Health (NM), said it was not yet Home with Capt. Howard Hyatt 1 1.
' 1 fairs' CoMmittee at a ,, hearing --
commonwealth had taken hint b
Y known whether the presence of USA delivering the mait address. a en To Texas Institution But the Republican National 1
' en the omnibiis bill Tuesday,' surprise. , these cancer inducing substances Fred R. Trout will gtive the
, , Committee raised new big-spend- Community Service ' -''
, Jackson questioned both the Maim said he stood read poses a major health threat.
Y to history of the flat and Lee Larri
"wisdom" and the constitional au- answer any and all que ti
S Ong 4116 son wiU make the response. ing ch,arges against the Democrat-
tain tainthority
thority tainthority for' Congress to grant bout Puerto Rico t But he uid '"wisdom would die- GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)--Gov. veston he was forcibly removed l!c m,a,iclritY in Congress, maul Awards To Be Given ,:,'
Piferto, Rico a type of twine rule "Obvious. ' tate -their ll tio from ac acY
Y acY congress is not- eom- e Mina u p More elaborate are the ans
DI E 1 of Louisiana charged therefrom b d d nig 11 was
,., ar Long y two guar a an , "playing a sort of
, which can be altered Only th
wi-- pelled to agree to lout p opa 1
e kages containing food." He. added for the celebration en the am Friday in a formal court petition brought against his will to John' Snell game with tax money." It A 1 i
, the consent of the Puerto. Rican ha said f ear th t I ti h be
re-erring to e legiele a a so u onmig t to use
fic side Brig. Gen. George T. ..
mat he was drugge in Louisiana Sealy ospital and since that time singled out Democratic Leader
.. .w ' '''
I anhc Reside '''''
, people., He also challenged opt. v plastics instead of waxes as wet- Schlatter will deliver the prlici- and brought to a Galveston men- he has beet there restrained and Lyndon B. Johnson in particular.
tion introduced in the senate b
monwealth contentions that ,,i SeM' James E. Murra (D-M t i,, mg fur tuud "gainers" pal address at a public mecang
tal hospital tied hand and foot. confined under a,n order issued by The aid-to-airports controversY, i ',., 0
binding' "compact"..': had .- existed the committee eh Y (I
airman. in the Balboa Stadium starting
H ked ci tf t t t rd th G 1 t b t t
the e as a is lc cour o o er e a ves on pro a e cour which provoked a presidential ve- Certificates of appreciation fdr t'
ainee 1952 under which Con res
, g s Mullet declined dire 1
c tom. Hueper said discovery of the- at 3 p.m. A short history of I him released. Soon after he arrived Probate to last year, came to a dead end community services will be pre- :
abandoned its ability to legislate Bag will be, given by past exalt- yesterday when House and Senate sented to a group of Atlantic side ,, ,-
ment on what h i o would de Is danger was made by two Chicago Long applied for writ of Judge Haigh Gibson, on the re reunilaterally
unilaterally reunilaterally on some Puerto Ai.' ,: doctors Phillip Sch 1 nd W ed ruler Harold J. Zierten. and conferees gave up trying to com- residents during the meeting ....14.,,, ,"
the Ju ti D rt
, s ce epa mut rendered 1,, the nabeas corpus an p r
d e smelly quest of Long's wife Blanche and
. an matters. be eu lied promise on a four-year program the Cristobal-Margarita Civic Come, ;
. ;an adverse opinion Lijinsky, 'who hive been tiondue- the thuge wW 7 ct '''" signed the petition: "Earl Long, a cousin, ordered Long confined
' 1 While ihe Justice Department's But he d r ting special tests on behalf of the
pomte out tit s would 776th Air Force an under
governor in exile by force ill kid- in the hospital for 14 days on the ts c tom
in excess of Eisenhowee's reques IA orrow evening at.,7,:30 ,,,at .
, :', , imply ii "contradiction" by me petroleum industry. the direction of 010 Herman napiee ground that he was mentally and t -, y.'
The Senate's four-year proposal the Margarita Service Centere-,--.. ,,.
Englert. was for 465 million dollars. The The, honored residents inOtilde '1. :
District Judge L. D. Goodard, physically sick and might hurt
' Steel Watelalks executiye agency of the position' 0,A.atit A y 14 1, fig.A nvet 1
, the Umted Sates look before the l'" an- Jim"' ---- t--
' in whose court he filed the peti- himself or another person unless House plan came to 297 million. Harvey Sauter, for his6 annual '' :,;',
The President's measure called fireworks display. Ewald Wiberg, -'
. United Nations in 1955 when it eles of pathogenie hydrocarbons Double Anniversciryl ticn, set a hearing for 10 a. m. he were restrained.
. for 200 million and gradual elim- for his service as Cubtreister,.'at ,,., '4,
( CallAJ. Asnibl,-.1.. cited Puerto Rico as a self gov.; in four of 40 waxes taken from Monday, But at the same time, Gibson
illation of the program. Margarita Mrs. Edna W 1 I s o n-t :. '''

311111CW- ulliclais
1, erning area. '.7- earnples all over the country, Hue Hue,
, Hue, ,
.Mufiez called bis eppearanie per- Paid. 'rhe largest volume of is Marked Today Long, 63, was brought to Lite ordered a nearing tor next Tues. ...due, e. ""7 l'''W"'".
, veston. iti I military plane May day so, that Long eould testify swimn
national. The largest volume of
4, ore t e committee pert of a i- d b tz. f d By 20th Infantry
8 nOrMal renegotiation, of any Y reear On aces oun was a- rie ward of John
To' Heel Tuesday
, 30. He has been insethaey s hiat- himself If his family wanted to
1 PHOespital commit him for 90 additional Sem A. S. Mike Monroney (D- ry Set
Okla.), sponsor of the Senate bill, lock,
said the next step likely would be work.
, ,,,,. compact, , bout one part in a Malign, he said When the lst Battle Group, 20th since. days.
' NSW YORE,:, lime, 13 MVO ' said,, ,, Infantry observes ,the 184th birth- The petition charged Long was: Long decided yesterday to fight to' offer a stop-gap bill to keep the Mrs.
l' ;;' :', ,',. ,,, day of the U.S. Army and the In- ". . administered a powerful any attempt by Gibson's court to
' The steel. wage talks, already dea4. France Will Draft airport aid peogram alive for two Louise
rilueper said he requested the fantry today, the organization al- sedative against his will, that rule on his sanity. His lawyers
' lotked ,tin contract, Issues, face research when published years at its present 83 million dol. rIbbea
reeerts so will mark the 15th anniversa- his feet, ankles and arms were said the ground would be that be
new trouble where and thow ,-I ,,,', ., , -i
. 'wheaten thet tertain waxes ry of the 20th Infantry's relief of tied to a stretcher and that while was "forcibly, unwittingly and un-, tar, annual' level.
the nigetiators should Meet:, -t
, i The 'United Steelweritera ,,las er-, , s
Trainmen II Ilqil - ne
caused ce er in mice when in- the 158th Infantry outpost line fee- In this comatose- condit' g
ion was willin ly" brought to Texas and House-Senate. conferees agreed Solo I'
compromise measure report gromo
', eational ; wage policy commit- .,, ,.e. 1,
jected into their bladders- ng strong Japanese forces at forcibly removed from the gover- that the Texas court had no jur-, on a
, .. ,, Maffin Bay, New Guinea. nor's mansion in, Baton Rouge isdiction. edly carrying about 473 million all a
11 in a ropriations for the partici
., ems yesterday gave, uh
lon offie- 1
Strike Is Staried
''' -"Mit Petrektim indestrl hes That engagement was the start and flown to the city of Galves- Long apparently was trying to ,de--ate PP
' en the 'power to strike if neces- , 1 d
, lorry to ,back up the Judon a con ...
, , . been experimenting with refine.,of active combat for the regi- ton; bring the issue to a head before Interior Department and re ate grams
2 tract demands. ',-" ',; -1 -'PAR18,-,Jkine '13 (MAll The ment processes In an effort to inent In 'World War U. "That upon his arrival at Gal- the Tuesday hearing. agencies for the next fiscal year. the pt
'" 1, The union a ml g as
d k b government today publiihed I de- eliminate the substaaces," be The President had requested $487,- Collego
. '. ..-- ere empowering ft to draft rail- added,' ',fend UV PM is that
, ,,-, !made 110,, progreit .in joint tams 675,400. the au
, 'between' e' IOW-Man 'Vann,
' has waymen for compulsore service if they have 'achieved' sects& .,." I o.
' ,'"ealled its' full negotiating tom-
they- strike, Tuesday r defiance -' ' nor
,.. : enittes for each of tbe 12 steel of President 'Charles e Gaulleei trite NM official 'BRIO further re- ,,urry ,Freeloaders Frolic At Ft. Amador
, CZ. Husbands Who dent,
veto. ,, ,,, .,, sear& into the prob em would be ,, ''' 1, '' .
, companies et, New 'York tie start Seek Tax Relief ing. S
4 The'''',ieci. e''' blish'd In tbe conducted by S h ili nd Lie k : : By PFC. TOM REED objective, a tribal council is held. It was during the aforemen aforemen,
, aforemen, e pu e c u 8 n8 y ,
- separate talks with Abe c Da
,Im'n'' official journal, was,Leigned by in gollaboratien with doctors ;.1 familrof raccoons le appeas- Since raccooris are incapable tioned deed that Arnold caught a A ments
ides on TuesdaY. '
e.' '''''' De G 11 P i 4,11 h 1 D H Falk d Paul K ti "of Los ing hunger, by free-loading at of verbal thought communication, them, "red-handed," He then ob- leel
i , 'f e ,,,, , au e, rem er c e e, ans an o n, eet omorrow
inj T interoe
' ., ,,, k ,, n f the rou "volunteers" served the following series of
' The' tomPanies, however, eerie breo Public 'Works 'Minister Rob- Angeles.,-Ther are Working, on 4 Fort Amador.',.. o e o g p , a be die
' Such a startlin observation to venture forth and scout the events:
, id notice they t Will net ,, attend ert Buren l 4nd, -Labor), Minister research grant from, l the rtrie g ,., ,, I C nal Zone husbands who have
,,. se arate Meetmes. ''-',,o. In', pale Bacon." ',, ',' ,, ,, ,, leurn, industry, ;'t ,,,4-1,,,rt, q,,,,, ,. was made D SP-, 4 Claudie Red area. Realizing the peril of imme- non-US eitimn wives, and are
' 1 eald th to'b' Debre met'IMerior 'Minister -0. ,,,, , Arnold during a return from The '.
1 e tempan es e ave diately advancing to the scene of seeking US' income tax relief by
," d egated the authority ne., Pierre Chatenet et noon te,dis- W 1, ." ',,s.. ; ltdV ,library, n g
late one 1 ht With the Ite scene; a unit that holds the crime (some irate homo sa- virtue of the community property
d d 1 le in in th b 'Id'n gb t
I gotiate a new contract to their cuss aCtion to he taken itthe rail- MOSCOW SETS POOL, 1 ,; deductive 'insight that rivals the suitable morsels an procee e to P ens 8 ep g e ul, 1 g law, win mee, tomorrow 121 t a
, 'group will be at the Hotel Melee'. I'M ;Strike starts 'on ,
schedule 1, ,, ',L,,, ,...' ,''r'IL"' Master. Sherlock Holmes, e en- vault onto the lid. A series of may take a dim view of being so Diablo Clubhouse. The meeting
1, velt Tuesday to meet with eny ,The premier Was to meet non. LONDO ) -e-.,,, e co e us. ,..
' N curl To !soviet I d th bodily' gyrations' follows, which abruPtly awakened by the clash will convene at 7 p.m. Tin
' revhesentatives the lifilon, sends. communist union leaders late in Union is building a ,'Itiant, -cup- Tha furred inhabitan a t e oosens 1
t ',.ol'' 11 1 't. 'rhe marauder Ihen of a lid against concrete) the 10:04
, I hts bat bandits wait for about five Me grou 's attorney. David 10:31
Id ft wi have its the day to seek a acefue olu. shaped pool in Moscow ,thet ,will Amador causeway, slink stealthily overbalances the lid and we g ry p
t 0 e ,union sa 11 pe
t .1 egotiators In 12 separate rooms, tion of the diepute., , ,, be the gee Pei , ..e
s lar t In Euto aceord- in the ni ht to their loill .,- a it to ,,the ground, jumping free 'minutes. When no one aP- Robles, will be present and will
n 1 He warned last night tha the ingil to racuo Moscow. The pool row ot two gar age sposa un a ore i., c a s a n
, i the same bote and is ex b di I it bef I tter h rl o the pearl, they -advance cautiously to- have with him copies of the COW
' pecting 'fauthotized and ; comps- government -intends to erus the wi hwve a d ame
i ter of more than in back of the mess hall. , pavement. lie than scurries to ward their goal and devour tract for signature of those bus- TM
" its" of to enter into the 4:01
', ',4 tent." Officials of each et v, the threatened strike, which isould 130-yards' and accommodate' 2,000 4 Upon reaching the clearing, bis refuge with his comrades-in the fro their victory with bands who wish ,. ,....
'' Impedes to how up. ,'' '' provoke a, -riga it leriace0 I swimmers, a-broadcast said,,', 4, kora where they ,tan yiew their, crime to the brit& obvious relish. group suit for tax relief,. 11-41

!ship;', Jer-;
committee -!,';
ice to Ca.
Dr. Bruni ,,
tiny, j-,-
for Coco 1-
lickey, for
'glib base,
Vilder, for
mity pro.
urity; and
motion of
e in' the ''
prest, e,
of the i
the, meet-,
announce- :
d items of
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- recommended that a study.committee be set up t0 exam- servative party meetini in North has instructed his attorney to appeal the .,11.5:- PiStrKt
,MYSTERY BLAsT genera ejewNof the" North Station in Boston, Mass shows the ef- inelorther the problems of flag discrimination'subsidies London shortly before he met
fed of a' thundering explosion Which ripped a rapid transit waiting room apar. t. No one was Foreign Secretary Selvvyn Lloyd Court decision ordering him to pay 34 fornier emplayes ,:
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stri ri nno m n 'ha ri hnth 0 rm tm,-,t sms nce ISCUSS a
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' Carpen' ter at the Balboa Police Station upon Carpenter's completion of
basic training for probationers. Wives and relatives of the probation probationers
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gWORN INTO REGULAR ARMYCol. Jack M. Ernst, left, U.S.
11 Army Caxibbean provost marshal, congratulates Cap. and Mrs.
dohn,G. Collins on the captain's appointment in the Regular
Armt Captain Collins is confinement officer with the,Provost
'Marshal section, (ILL Ar M PhOtO)
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TAITL.S. O'NEILL, marine hull maintenance officer, pins
ithenepartmen tot the Army's 30-year service pin on Hugh
1 ArchIbaid for having served 33 years as a checker, storekeeper
and "stip'ervisor With the U.S. Army Transportation Corps. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Dobrinich, a Department of the Army civilian, marine su superintendent
perintendent superintendent with the Transportation Corps, Atlantic also was
g present at the presentation. (U.S. Army Photo)

1?k,lirOf Russia By 1965

s,,x9scow (utn) Ambitious
. fkaillet ,plannere are convinced
: otiltklax, 196'5. they will fulfill
it: iiii's dream Of, electrifying all
0,Seviet Unin.
Liis:-.Vacula be no main feat for
tion that .covers roughly one oneIX
IX oneIX Itlf,411,the .land area on the
t. lobe. '''vli,-
It may reCuire that the streets
f Moscow be lit with current
aerated in power plants as far
away as the Caspian Sea region
4Weerhapa even Siberia.
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''' EVentually some of Russia's
rMmunist neighbors might be'
ncluded in one giant electrical
. etworiC, But this is still a pros prosruct
ruct prosruct far in the future and full 'of
0 Part of .the latest Soviet eiven eivenEear
Eear eivenEear pleb calls for construction of
ew thermal, hYdreel,- ----,
ven some aternW.potver plants
Iready to pour out ?by the eou o
' dhe next seven years 58 to 60 ,mii ,miiton
ton ,miiton more kilowatts-of. electricity.
ipThis wettld ,Morto,' then double
he estimated 53.million Ktiaw!,it
roductien .of' the U.S.S.R. at the
esent time and Soviet leiders
re4ondfrof-elaitning it would be
oughlt owl': to-,the, current out outut
ut outut or'''llie.'4United Kingdom.
'ranee and West ..Gtrmany comI
: Med.
:',, Illitt Soviet Union's electric
'' wer today comes in large part
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'.' t eluding one of the world's biggest,
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Volga. This will be supplemented
in the seven-year plan by the
mamraotli Stalingrad Station nn
the same river.
The Soviet .program for 1959-
1965 'also calls for providing eke eketrical
trical eketrical energy to virtually every
state and vollective farm, as well
as tor a big increase in private
use; And Russian coal-burning
trains would eventually;give way
to those running on electric pow.
The idea of a widely industrial industrialized
ized industrialized Russia with far-flung elec electricla
tricla electricla power supplies was first put
forth by Lenin during the carty
day of Red leadership. But his
idea's were modest by comparison
with today's.
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30 power stations into operation
within 10 to- 15 years, But they
would have provided only abetit
1,750,000 kilowatts of eleetricitY
in all.
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DALLAS, Tett.. Sharon Asher,
taking her first test tor a driver's
license, becaMt mOre Ind MOre
nervous as the ex&mining? high
way patrolman jotted down her
minor mistakes.
1 The patrolman added up he
score and announced she'd
I"My gosh, I'm glad thses
over." Sharon said.. "I'll never
drive again! l'il never drive



Labor NeWS

NEIN YORK Standing along alongside
side alongside ben. Jack Kennedy on- the
stage ot a New- York notel bul bul1
1 bul1 room last Weanesday was one of
AMeriCan labor's iugnest poutical
polity makers, Alex ROlieleader
ot a tmios Hatters, who was su
mad at the Democrats that he
ttaa privately urgea tne nation's
labor chiefs to 'divorce them and
launch a new national labor 'par 'party.
ty. 'party. Rose did that exactly two weeks
to the hour before he virtually
nominated Jack Kennedy from
the platform of the Hatters U Union
nion Union convention for President of
the U.S. But it was at o closed
meetmg of the top command of
labor's Committee on Political E Education
ducation Education that Rose urged e the
split with the Democrats.
The ,35 labor chiefs who run the
AFL-CIO's national campaign ma machinery
chinery machinery sat in their Washington
headquarters' council room from
2:30 p.m. to, 5 p.m. Wednesday,
May 20. Decisions made during
those two-and-a-half hours m a y
reroute the course of American
political hist:fry.
The 35 national labor politicos
did not take Alex Rose's angry
advice. They rejected a national
labor party. Instead they decid decided
ed decided to go deeper far deeper, into
the Democratie Party. They de decided
cided decided to work harder in the pre precincts
cincts precincts of every stateincludmg,
of course, Alaska and Hawaii,
from which their national politic political
al political staffs have just returned.
It was a blunt decision to at attempt
tempt attempt to influence the Democta Democtatic
tic Democtatic Party's nomination, espe especially
cially especially in the south, southwest and
They rejected the national la labor
bor labor party Sot because they were
less angry.rwith the Democrats
than. Mr. Rose. He expressed
their sentiments...when he charg charged
ed charged that 'the Demecratic Party
had not really delivered 16 labor.
He reflected 'all-Of"them when
he said,in effect, thatthe Demo Democrats
crats Democrats were tingrateful,sfor labor
supportand :that 'hie' ingratitude
was 'shown by the Senate. passage
of a tougher 'labor bill and by
Democratic. 'efforts to get an e even
ven even tougher ohe through the
But he didn't reflect the emm emmcil
cil emmcil when he urged that they aban abandon
don abandon the Democrats and let them
lose for two or four years to
prove that the party "does not
have labor in its pocket."
One of those who objected was
Walter Reuther. The red haired
one from Detroit said that na national
tional national labor party could never
win any power in the U.S. Re
said that the labor.- loadts
coulfin't.deliver theiri own people
to smelt an adventure. The rankend-file.
just wouldn't support a
third party.
But it WAS Alex Rose's friend
George Meany, Mr. Labor him himself,
self, himself, who most effectively chided
the Hatters' chleL
Some of those in the room felt
that for some 20 minutes Meany's
words made political history. In
effect,- he said:
He -r- George Meany is not
a Demecrat. He is en independ independent.
ent. independent. But 'labor has to work
through some party. Obviously its
most effective chances are in
the Democratic organization. A
third party is impractical.
But it is obvious that it is not
enough for labor just to elect
Democrats. Labor now has to e elect
lect elect friendly Democrats.
Everybody talked about the ter terrific
rific terrific job labor had done in the
last national election. -Well, said
er all. We're
Meany, it wasn't so effective aft aftgetting
getting aftgetting mighty lit little
tle little in return.
So the time has come to get In Into
to Into the Democratic organization.
Get into the districts. Get into
the state nominating conventions.
Get into the primaries especial especially
ly especially in those states where nomina nomination
tion nomination is tantamount to election.
That's the south.
Mat is the way to crack the
conservative Democratic machine
and get them out of the chair chairmanships
manships chairmanships of important Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Committees. Even Mr.
Rose agreed.
pened when the nation
That's labor's action program
chiefs looked back 's labor
for 'SO the result of what hap hapin
in hapin anger at
their allies of '58.

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Akoholism haO, never been'
personal problem te me but it
net been a financial problem at
times. The 'cost ot alcoholism
rising, rising 'rising. Talk 'bout
inflauont , :
It Is too expenalve to become an
alcoholic, umess you want to re resort
sort resort to sece and other types of
poison. In that case You are likely
to be a corpoe, a pickled nne, be before
fore before you can qualify as an akohol akoholic.
ic. akoholic.
The advertising of alcoholic
drinks must run- mto many mil million
lion million of oculars a year. Natutally
that' cost is not only deducted
from the income tax of the ad advertisers,
vertisers, advertisers, but it is also added ti
the cost of the drinks for the dtink dtinkera.
era. dtinkera. A recent issue of the Miami
Herald, checked casually, showed
that liquor advertising exceeded
in space all others, including mo mo1
1 mo1 tor cars and real estate; My fa-
1 vorite magailne, The New York Yorker,
er, Yorker, must,carry more ond fancier
drmk ads than any Other magaz magazine,
ine, magazine, in proportion to pine read readings
ings readings matter and other advertising.
, Snob appeat, is strong in, the
booze advertisements.,For a long
time distinguished looking male
models posed with. a highballs
made of a certain brand of whisky
I don't drink. They were never in
bar rooms, and often their back background
ground background was a shelf of unread
Now the ladies, who have sd sdded
ded sdded so much it to the automobile
advertising, are displacing the
distinguished gentlemen in the
liquor ads. Perhaps they are ad adding
ding adding something else to' nob ap appeal
peal appeal 'rhey are good' looking gals
and ,well dressed, too. Their set setting
ting setting Is bot much different. 'rhe set setting
ting setting of most of the VIPArink ads
look about as real as the books
and as o 'stage backdrop at close
Naturalb, therori catering to
the high priced automohilp trade
once known as ,"the carriage
trade.1:.One never seecone of the
whisky ladlis holding high ball
in one hand and changing baby
with the other., Maybe.. that typo
of ladles does not .reProduce and

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that ,may be alright. tee. Just as
well, perhaps.- -
Certainly none of the ads that I
have seen show a bar room, but
many of them show gentlemens'
clubs,: The old ;soaks in the ban
are not good for the liquor busi;
ness, any more' than' the sots
the skid, rows of the
,None of the people in theliquor
ads ,sbow Jbe least signs of being
under the influence of intoxicat intoxicating
ing intoxicating liquor. They don't look happy
and they don't look sad., Somehow
they just look -1 little blankly.
perhaps. If you want to see a hap happy
py happy lot of people or a lot of happy
people you must turn to the soft
drink ads. Most of them seem to
be just tickled to death and hav havingt
ingt havingt he time of their lives.
Then there la also filo "e-ynar"
with hair on his chest type -of
whisky ads. Most of them anset
In Africa, or against backdrops
that imitate an African scene. The
title-man" faces a charging lion,
either so far away or charging so
swiftly that it is blurred. Next
acene shows the dead lion being
carried to camp. Clintaxr the
camp with' the dead lion lying on
the ground looking awfully sad
asd the lion hunter seated at a
table with a highball awfully
"Our real reward", nays the
caption of the final scene. "eame
back at camp where the bOys
greeted us with eases, ice end
I have yet to see a lion hunter
who has been inspired by Coca
Cola, Pepsi' Cola, Crown Cola or
any kind of cola or other soft
But this is long way to Alcol Alcolics
ics Alcolics Anonymous. I wonder how ma many
ny many pateints the liauor ads add to
Me membership of that wonderful
organization. Alcoholics Anony Anonymous
mous Anonymous cannot offer very much in
competition to the posit liquor ads
with their tiny elaasffied ads and
letters to the MAIL BOX.
There wits such n letter in the
MAIL BOX lad Wednesday. I
will not repeat it, but it was a
good letter. I know something, of
the local group of Alcoholies An Anonymous,
onymous, Anonymous, not from personal ex experience.
perience. experience. T have sten the grout,
and individual members in action

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'we corchaity invite tover3 ol good
, muic to our
nurday, jun 181h, 1959, 8 p.m.






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in their rescue work.1 have seer
the results. too. )
- It has been my good fortune te
know personally one el the found founders
ers founders of Alcohmies A:nonymous, a
man ,of reputation, in the writing
world. There are people, who r
dieule and lough at Alcoholics An Anlonymoua,
lonymoua, Anlonymoua, perhaps,. besatiss the3
have PO drinking problem of their
OW1V Some members of the Me Medical,
dical, Medical, profession ran be folmd 1r
that froup of doubters.,", t ,
Now, however, Dr. Albert A
LaVelme, a lrordham University
professor and senior psychiatrist
and Bellevue Hospital, says that
Alcoholics Anon3rrnous has a bet betler
ler betler record in treating alcoholics
than have doctors and psychiat psychiatrists.
rists. psychiatrists. Ho admits that once he said
that psychiatry bad the answer
to theproblem. --
He added that be had looked
over the record for TIIIMY years
and found that he had not helped
a single alcoholic.
Meanwhile. he said, AA has
treated 250,000 nen and women
all over the worlo. and 50 ver cent
licked the aleohol habit, apparent apparently
ly apparently for good.
Another' 25 per- cent. 'he said,
are virtually mired although thay
occasionally alto back into the
drinking habit. then reoovar.
;The psychiatrist said the an anwarp?
warp? anwarp? 'mem!' to be in the appeal
of the AA treatment to the vic victim's
tim's victim's latent spiritual resonrces.
'rhe vsyrhiatrist be said, cin
give the aleohnue pollee of min,i
but eannot give him peace of soul.
Whin a governs-me typiit is
miciatt014000 a year that's not
t's relation. sossigi

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House panel of 'scientific, experts v
called Friday for a new series o, c
underground atomic, and conven convennom'',
nom'', convennom'', explosions as soon as,pos- e
sible to help set up fool-prool e
nuclear test detection ssytem.
The panel, headed by Dr., Uod 4
Berkner, saki ti would be now,
paratively easy foi any nation to
cheat on a test detectionAystem
set up now. It said new .testi fl
were needed to resolve, present' p
uncertainty in distinguishing 'an lo
atomic explosion )'frOm an earth---I
quake. '4 36, d

One tr.& official 'indicated the
United States would, be willing to
conduct -a joint underground test
with Britian and Russia, the other
atomic, powers. H9wever, he said
negotiatprs at the GOMA
atomic talks have ..not ePeCiall7
proposed such' tests,,,
The White House panel,' also
warned- that Russi ais .ahead of
the United states --in research,
dealing witi.the detection pf un underground
derground underground explosions, It recinn recinnmended
mended recinnmended that ,this country under
take an urgent seismological re research
search research program to improve detec detection
tion detection facilities. "t ,
The Berkner Committee' was
set up last December by Dr.
James Killian, President Eisenhower's-
former science adviser,
to study ways of hnproving the
detection system recommended by
East-West experts last .summer,
This recommendation led to the
current Geneva test ban talks.
But U.S. nuclear tests in Ne:
vada last fall showed that the sys system
tem system proposed by the Geneva ex experts
perts experts was considerably less ef efficient
ficient efficient in detecting underground
tests than the experts had figured.
The Berkner report sal the 180
control posts proposed 'by the
East-West experts to police a nu nuclear
clear nuclear test ban would be only tne
fourth as efficient in detecting
underground blasts as the experts
A summary of the Berkner re rePort
Port rePort was made public by the State
Department, along with a supple supplemental
mental supplemental report on "the need tor
fundamental research in sels selsmoiogy."
moiogy." selsmoiogy." The summary also was handed
to the Russiens at Geneva. The
Soviets had no immediate ..reaction.
action. ..reaction. They have refused in the
past to studv such data on
grounds the West was trying, to
renege on last summer's. report
on the East-West experts.
'rhe conclusion of the Berkner
nanel on the difficulty of ,deteet.
ing undergmund explosions ;M ;Mowed
owed ;Mowed to give new ammunition
to those in this country who have
been calling for a ban on all
atnmic-hydrogen explosions.
However. ad mini stra tion of;
ficials said they stilt believe the
en adequate control system could
be worked out.
Sen, Henry M. Season (D.
Wash.), chairmen of the congres.
elonal Atomic Energy SubcommW
tee on military apnlication, corn;
mended the State Dnnartment for
making nubile the Berkner sum;
Mary. He slda second renntl
on atomic, space testing shonld be
released os Sonn as poesible.
Sen. Hubert .Thtmnberv (r);
Minn.) chairmen of tile Senate
1)1sarrhametikrommittep, said the
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report was reassurlt in many
ways"' tut !lhockilig",
, cause it shows a- ag An- research.
IF The report said techrdques noW
exist-. under which odertround
explosions ;ould be muffled br
factor of 10-Or :Iflorefr:::;-';,' -;
4 t
:f Could Ite 'Muffed t
a nueleat,,,,,undergroinict
shot of 54 kilotons'tould nag nag,
, nag, fled to, point 'where tt Woold
produce:a seistord ;Wave- quivalent-to
Oat 'of fire kilton bleat' difficult to
distinguish' from .an earthquake.
- 1, But the ireport said lt would be
tasief to tell an ,earthquake hoe'
an atomie blast each of the
180,'proposed 'control stations were
.equiPPed With 10 times More' seis seismographs
mographs seismographs than originally .recoin--
, The 're.port saki saidr,
A vigorous'. prograM 'le 'lesearch$
search$ 'lesearch$ ,otogether4-witb, Installation
of unmanned seismic stations,
could' achieve, ithigh live-Lot do
r tection capabilitv in. several year.
-a-Sovier spending each year on
studies involving' the eiirth's crust,
including use of small, explosions.
ig estimated,. at one million dol dollars,.
lars,. dollars,. 0 timet that of ,the United
United States should em embark
bark embark on a seismological researth
nrogram that would cost $29.400,-
000 in the first rear and $40.5oo,i
NO in the second. These cost"
would inchide the new nuclear
and, conventional explosion'.

LONDON Evangelist, J3111,7
Graham, on his sreaching plans
during his five-day tourist visit to
I do preach, win say the
same things I ,,tio in other parts
of the world. And I don't think
I will have any difficulty in
preaching through an interpreter."
EVANSTON. M. Editor Basil
L. Walters of the Chicago DailY
News, calling or more citizenship
participation in safety commit-,
tees as -a means of improving
trafie problems:
"Those interested in highwaY
safetv-end in. good .pollee dens
ments must also be,soods educe,
tors and salesmenand we must
never give Pp, no matterwhat tho

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- GENEVA -- The Big Three West Western
ern Western foreign ministers. In a state statement
ment statement stressing the "serious view"
the-West-takes of- Russia's Berlin
I,The conference. B nOW 15
day to dav basis. No recess wet'
diarmasett 'hut it swas made-clear
to Mr. Gromyko by SecrettrY
Herter that the talks in the next
few days will determine the out-
come of tho conference.
MOSCOW--.' Russiin l'remler
Nikita Khruqhchey. in a speech to
workers'in Riga. Latvia declaring
that the Soviet Union "needs pro prolonoed
lonoed prolonoed pettce":
"We are constantly fighting for
report...iistiol what' tow
interest with tosurod- safety
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Sat AMILCAR ALVARADO of the Panama National Guard, who completed a course in Aircraft Elec.
tronics at the School for Latin Amelia, at Albrook, was presented with the Commandant's Award.
The award was presented during graduating cere monies of the 29th class from the School. The Com Commandant's
mandant's Commandant's Award is given to the student who is judged by a school committee to have outstanding
qualities of good sportsmanship, leadership, part' cipation in physical education activities, willing willingness
ness willingness to learn the rules and abide by them, tearn play, loyalty, unselfishness, fellowship, and coop cooperation.
eration. cooperation. Shown from left are Lt. Col. Raul Arias, Aide-de-Camp to the President of Panama; Col.
Phil B. Cage, Commandant Of the School for La tin America, USAF; and Alvarado. Alvarado re resides
sides resides in Panama City. (USAF Photo(

YOUP Retirement

Mr. and Mrs.' B. want to buy or
build a house that will serve them
well in their retirement years.
What shoald they look forP
Safety and comfort, says the
tiniversity of Illinois Small Homes
Council in its net "Check-List for
Retirement 110Using."
Older people don't have unique
needs, according to the council.
Instead, what they need is just re refinement
finement refinement of what everybody should
Some small basic design require requiremests
mests requiremests can spell the difference be between
tween between independence for grandma
and some kind of institutional liv living
ing living in the later years.
Stairs that a young adult finds
hard to climb may be impossible
for an oldel person, the council
points out. A slippery walk may
mean a. 'bruise for a younger per person,
son, person, a broken hip for an older,
0 ne.
Here are tome of the council's
lips on:
Site: Stay away from spots with
lots of traffic or 'with wide and
dangerouti -crossings. 113e s ure
there's room for a porch or ter terrase,
rase, terrase, shade trees and a small area
fot 'gardening.
Walks and steps: All steps should
have handrails. One or two steps
are easily overlooked. Where pos possible,
sible, possible, there should be no differ difference
ence difference in levet between inside floors
and' porches and terraces. Re Remember
member Remember that walking up stairs
uses three times more energy
than walking op level ground.
Firoori: Avoid use' of throw rugs
and interior door thresholds.
Hallways and doors: Stay awaY
from spring-activated and' double doubleacting
acting doubleacting doors. Hinged doors should
open into a roo, never is to a
line, of,traffic or,toward a flight of
'and' storage: It shouldn't
be neeesiary t climb on chairs or
otheri objectd 'to reach' shelves.
Windows, the council advises,
shOuld and dose easily. Light
ink: should be planned carefully,
keeping-In itlitta that older people
like-Mora hghtc. Being less -active
than' the YoUngstert, they also re require'
quire' require' more heat.
.tocitth bathroom close to bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. the 'council advises.
,Kitchens should be designed to
cut dwn on routine cleaning tasks

Boxing Promoter
Remains 'Serious'
After Sneak Attack
er (UPDPromoter Jackie Leonard remained in
serious condition todaysuffering
from a brain concussion and par partial
tial partial paralysiswhile law officers
doubled their efforts to catcp his
' Leonard, 39, was attacked
frtm behind Wednesday night,
slugged, beaten and kicked. A
promoter for Hollywood Legion
Stadium, he told the California
Athletic Commission two week.;
before the attack the underworld
was trying to gain control of
welterweight champion Don Jor Jordos.
dos. Jordos. He tetitified he was threatened
several times when he and Jor Jordan's
dan's Jordan's managr Don Nesseth' re refused
fused refused to go through a deal, with
the Inobsters.
He and Nesseth had been under
police protection since their testi,
mony. Officers raid, be bad re.
ceivM barrassing phone calls for
several weeks.
"You'll be dead by summer summertime,"
time," summertime," one caller warned last
week, police said.
Leonard's physician, Dr. touts
Benson, said Leonard was in se serious,
rious, serious, but not critical, condition.
He said spinal tap Thursday
showed traces of blood and Lean.
aird was paralyzed on his right
police, guard stood outside
Leonard's room at Parkview Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital.

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rious, but not
Ha said spil
showed traces
ard was paral:
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Leonard's roorr

and physical effort. Open cabinet
doors, sharp edges and projecting
hardware often cause injuries.
am 73. I've never done any
kind of wort that would give me
Social Securiiy credits. This year,
however. I have had a little busi business
ness business that I Can list as self-employment.
Is it true that if I make
$400 or mote a year at my busi business,
ness, business, I can accumulate credits?
AAny business which, net!
you at least WO a year can give
you Social Security credits. You
will need a total of six quarters
to make yourself eligible for
benefits. I suggest that during
the second year of your business
operation you visit your nearest
Social Security office to deter determine
mine determine your status.
QDo you think adult education
coures are practical for older
people?P. O. It.
AYes, Indeed. I think older
people can do a good lob of
mestoring any subject in which
thoy aro enuinely interested.

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international eventa and a coveted 'Coupe des Alpes'
tale lm Massive 4st of motoring honours had already
been oollectedrin 1958 byt the formidable new Sunbeam
Rapieronly eix months after ite introduction!

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A nivr Simbeam Rapier. making its competition debut.
won outright Britain's 'toughest ever' international
R.A.C. Rally. After 2.000 miles of snow and icy roads.
Stmbeam clinched ita victory with a magnificent
performance in the linal manoeuvrability 'testa.

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The new 11 litre Sunbeam Rapier meta new standards in performance. safety. comfort.
looks. New featherlight etA3ering new 10' brakes with 15 better performance new
gear change twin carburettors. compression Increased to 5.5. All new features, but
tested anti proved perfect in the toughest Rally conditions.


Let us arrange a Demonstration today
Tel..2-1669, Tivoli Crossing Tel. 492-J, 10th St.


New Fungus Killer
Devi loped, Inside
Out From Penicillin

Athlete's foot and other fungus in infections
fections infections of the skin can now be
cured from the inside out by an
antibiotic from the family of fun fungus
gus fungus which produced penicillin.
For almost 20 years since its
discovery, it was thought of no
medicinal value except for some
diseases of lettuoe and tomatoes.
But four medical scientists re reported
ported reported to the annual meeting of
the American Medical Association
today that when taken as a pill
it attacks and destroys the sur surface
face surface fungus of human beings from
They cited the case of a girl
with a fungus infection of the
scalp. Usually the head is shaved
for that, but this presents diffi difficulties
culties difficulties for a pretty girl. She took
the antibiotic by mouth and In
due course it was found in her
hair. Meanwhile, the fungus dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared. Dr. Harvey Blank, reporting for
himself and his associates at the


BESZ.btweel.44A-OirtAll s'11'
1.600 miles of Incredibly narrow, twisting moun mountain
tain mountain passes make the Alpine Rally one of Europe's
toughest motoring events. A Sunbeam Rapier
arrived unpenalised at Marseilles to win a class
Victory and a veted 'Coupe des Alpes.'

College Girls Encouraged To Enter
Fields Of Science, Math

bor Labor Department is quietly encour encouraging
aging encouraging more college girls to be become
come become chemists and mathemati mathematicians.
cians. mathematicians. The pay is about $1,000 a year
more than school teachers earn
and chemists and stabisticiam are
A report by the Women's Bu Bureau
reau Bureau emphasised that the number
of girls majoring in math or sci science
ence science has not increased recentlY,
despite higher salaries for jobs in
those fields.
"A greater awareness may be
needed on the part of women stu students,
dents, students, their parents and their
Icounselors that employment oppor opporttmities
ttmities opporttmities are expanding rapidly in
these prifessions and that wom women
en women who have entered them have
not only demonstrated their com competence
petence competence but are gaining recogni recognition,"
tion," recognition," the report said.
Surveys of 88,000 women gradu graduates
ates graduates of the Class of '57 indicated
that salaries of chemists aver averaged
aged averaged $4.847a nd mathematicians
earned $4,675 a year. This com compared
pared compared with $3,799 for teachers and
$3,739 for all women who got di
plomas that year.
Mrs. Alice K. Leopold, assist assistant
ant assistant secretary of labor and direc director
tor director of the Women's Bureau, at!-1
knowledged that most women are
mainly interested in marrying
and raising a family.
But the average woman usually
works some time in her Me
usually right after graduation
from hi school or college and a again
gain again after her children hive
grown up, he added.
About 00 percent of the women
who were graduated in 1957
came teachers. Another 7 percent
were nurses and 7 percent be became
came became secretaries or stenogrra stenogrraphers.
phers. stenogrraphers. Six months after getting a di diploma,
ploma, diploma, more than 80 pcercent of
University of Miami School of
Medicine, listed 200 cases in
which superficial infections by the
variety of fungi which cause ath athlete's
lete's athlete's foot, ring worm, and such
afflictions were cleared with a pill
a day for from three weeks to
six months.
Penicilin acts mars, el o u s sly
ly sly against bacteria but not fun fungus.
gus. fungus. Tilts new antibiotic, which is
named griseofulvin and is related
to penicillin, won't harm bacteria,
but it is death for surface fungus.
But, disappointingly, it is not ef effective
fective effective against the fungus which
now and then infects the deep or organs
gans organs of man.
He said none of his patients had
had any "si: leant toxic mani manifestations."
festations." manifestations." evertheless, he rec recommended
ommended recommended that other doctors
should make regular blood. counts
for anyone taking the pillsas he

In the famous '58 Monte Carlo Rally. the
Stuart Trophy for the highest placed British
car went to Stmbeam Rapier. Finishing fifth
in overall olassifioation. driver Peter Barper
arrived at Monte Carlo after a penaltY-fred
2.000 mile dmh across Europe from Sweden.

the girl graduates were working
and 10 percent were continuing
their education.
Over the long run, however, on only
ly only 18 of every 100 said they want wanted
ed wanted a career, 'rwo thirds of all
women who got college degrees
in '57 said they planned not to
work after marriage, except briefly.

searched yesterday for a man
with a seared face who tried to
hold up the Gypsy Hill Railroad
Station. Signalman Martin Hale
grabbed a red hot poker from his
fire and jabbed it in the gun gunman's
man's gunman's face. The man fled.
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MERIDIAN, Miss Police
warned that all Tater pistols will
be confiscated from spectators the
next time there's a parade.
Some pistol-toters at the last
one were found to have loaded
up with ink.
LOS ANGELES A noisy bun
glar proved no match for a testy
newspaper reader yesterday.
James A. Wigmore, 85, just
can't stand to be bothered while
reading his paper in the dignified
California Club.
Me burglar rattled the window
climbing in.
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The burglar got.

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day Thursday evening have been announc announced
ed announced by officiais of the NUM Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club.
The event wilt be held in the
Bella Vista Room of the Panama
Hilton Hotel and will start at
7:30 with a cocktail party in the
Peacock Bar of the Roof Garden,
weather permitting.
Music will be provided by "Mr.
Panama," Ludic Azcarraga, who
is leaving this month tor an ex extended
tended extended tour in the States.
Ricardo Brin, president elect,
will be installed during the festi festivities.
vities. festivities. Dinner jackets will be the
appropriate dress for men.
Altar Rosary Society
Names New Officsrs
The annual election of officers
of the St. Mary's Altar Rosary
Society was held at a meeting in
the Parish Hall following the Ros Rosary.
ary. Rosary. Mary Joyce was elected presi president;
dent; president; Rita Hoyle, vice president;
Dorothy ttov, secretary; and Au Audrey
drey Audrey Bowman, treasurer.
Regular monthly meetings of
the Society will be discontinued
for the summer months, but the
monthly Corporate Communion will
be continuea on the first Sundiy
of each month at the 8 a.m. mass
at St. Mary's Church.
The next regular meeting of
the society is scheduled for Sept.'
8, when the installation ceremo-'
ny for new officers will be held.
At the close of the business
meeting, refreshments were serv-,
ed by the co-hostesses, Mary Em Emlaw,
law, Emlaw, Mary Joyce and A d re y
Farewell Dinner Honors
Atlantic Side Couples
Capt. and Mrs. Paul O'Neill
and Mr. asd Mrs. Harold Small
Jr. were feted at a farewell din dinner
ner dinner party last week at the home
of Capt. and Mrs. A. L. Swaney
at Fort Davis.
Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Klantz of Coco Solo, Capt.
and Mrs. Gene Odom, and Capt.
and Mrs. Herbert Peak.
Capt. O'Neill, who has been
transportation officer on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side for the past three
years, has been reassigsed to
Fort Eustis, Va., as transporta transportation
tion transportation corps instructor. The 0'-
Neills will fly to the Sates June
Mr. and Mrs. Small have been
on the Zone for the past 22 years,
his service being with the Mala Malaria
ria Malaria Control Center. They plan to
leave June 23 to make their
home at Port Charlotte, Fla.
Sport Shirt Dance
At Ancen Temple Saturday
All Shriner', Masonic friends
and their ladies have heen invit invited
ed invited to attend a sport shirt dance
Saturday everting at the AtICCon
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YOU short of breath and endangers
your health, you will find it easy to
loom weight with the new Hollywood
method Formed.. No drastic dieting
or exercise. Ask your drugstore tor
Formed. and tart slimming at once


BAPTISM Kathleen Math Kelleher, Infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice 8. Kelleher of Balboa, was baptized by Rev.
Paul C: Loeven. The baby's godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert McGuinness of Diablo.

wood studio said it was formally
asked the Army's missile com command
mand command to release space-monkey
Baker from "the rigors of scien scientific
tific scientific research" to co-star with
Mamie Van Doren and Mickey
Rooney in a picture entitled: "The
Private Lives of Adam and Eve."
Masonic temple. An orchestra
wW play for dancing from 8 p.m.
to midnight.
Refreshments will be included
in the ticket price. and no reser.
vations are necessary.
Zone Temple Officials
Attend San Juan Moating
Silbert Turbyfill, Illustrious Po Potentate
tentate Potentate of Abou Saad Temple;
John Everson, Chief Rabban; and
George P. Fullman, Recorder, at attended
tended attended an initiation of candidates
at San Juan, Puerto Rico, early
this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Turbyfill conti continued
nued continued to the States for a vacation-business
trip. Mr. Everson
and Mr. Fullman have returned
to the Zone after a brief visit in
Naval Officers Wilms
To Tour Loprosarlum
The Naval Officers Wives Club
has scheduled a tour of the lepro
sarium at Palo Seco for Tuesday.
The group will unch at the Fort
Kobbe Officers Club.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. Fran Canaday, Navy
Rebikah Lodge
The Rebekah Lodge Card
Group will not hold the bi-monthly
card party ma Monday, as pre previously
viously previously scheduled.

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Atlantk Camera Club
The Color Division of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Camera Club will aye m
monthly meeting Monday evening
at 7:45 in the club rooms at
ilount Hope.
The program will feature the
presentation of 50 outstanding co color
lor color slides selected from National
Club slide competition.
There will be a club competi competition
tion competition on a general subject, and
points will be awarded for a
placque to be presented at the
Annual Salon.
Atlantic Gray Ladies
Atlantic Side Red Cross Gray
Ladies will meet Monday morn-1
ing at 9:30 at the Red Cross
Building in Old Cristobal. All
Gray Ladies are requented to at attend.
tend. attend. Medical Association
The Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will be held
Tuesday evening at 7 in Ward 17,
The scientific program on Me Methyl
thyl Methyl alcohol poisoning will be pre prenoted
noted prenoted by Dr. Bobby J. Stine Stinebaugh
baugh Stinebaugh of Gorges.
A buffet win precede the --o
Baptist Brotherhood
The Associations' Brotherhood
of the Central Panama Baptist
Association will have an execu executive
tive executive meeting Monday evening at
7 at the Calvary Baptist Church
in San Miguel. All Brotherhood
members ore expected to attend.
NEW ORLEANS (UPI)-- Mid Midwest
west Midwest Oil Corp. and Ocean Drilling
and Exploration Co. have an announced
nounced announced completion of an off offshore
shore offshore oil discovery well in block
90 Eugene Island area off the
Louisiana Coast.
Moderate prices
nightly from 7 p.m.
exoopt Mondays


(Prasentad by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Dioceso of ths Panama
Canal Zone.)
"In that day tho root of Jesse
shall stand as an ensign to tho
peoples". RSV.
With the admission of Mash as
the 49th state there has been a re
newed interest in our flag. To.
day has been set apart as Firr
Day, a time for special comme-
moration of the American Flag
and all that it stands for as a sym
bol of our nation.
Something of this same spirit
must have been in the mind of our
prophet. He speaks of the Hebrew
king as the ensign to the nations.
He is the banner God will raise
up. As He lifts it on high the dis dispersed
persed dispersed of Israel will be gathered
together from the four corners of
the earth. The nation will be de defended
fended defended from all its enemies.
The Christian also has- his flag.
That flag is the Cross of Christ.
We have the promise of our Lord
"And I, if I be lifted up will draw
all men unto me."
Through that banner the Christ.
Ian, in the words of today's Col Collect
lect Collect "is defended and comforted in
all dangers and adversities."
"0 Lord, we beseech thee mor morcifully
cifully morcifully to hear us; and grant that
we, to whom thou host given an
heartv desire to pray. may. by thy
mighty aid, be defended and com comforted
forted comforted in all dangers and adversi adversities;
ties; adversities; through Jesus Christ our
Lord. Amen."
Ozzie And Harriet
Other Hew Shows
Refurn To CFN-Tlf
Several favorite rrograms will
be returning to CFN-TV during
the coming week Among them are
the coming week. Among them are
Arthur Murray's Dance Party,
the Dinah Shore Show, Masquer Masquerade
ade Masquerade Party and Ozzie and Harriet.
A sewcomer to the TV WPM.
will be Jalopsy races, scheduled
to be telecast st 2 r.m. Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays beginning June 20.
Dance Party is to begin Mon MondaY,
daY, MondaY, June 15 at 10:30 prn. Guests
will be June Havoc, Blend Mon Montalban
talban Montalban and Paul Winchell.
Ozzie and Harriet come back to
the airwaves at 8 p.m. on Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays beginning June 16.
Masquerade Party will be view viewed
ed viewed at 7:30 Saturdays. For the June
20 program master of ceremonies
Bert Parks has as panel guests
Sam Levenson, Audrey Meadows,
Lee Bowman and Faye Emerson.
At 8 p.m. Saturday, June 2o, the
Dinah Shore Show is to return. A
Hawaiian evening is in store, with
hula dancers, singers and knife
dascers among the entertainers.
TRUNK LINE Lee Edwarda
decorates a snarled Florida tree.

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tiVe I don't like being considered
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when they learned that in New
York I'd lived in Greenwich Vil Village.
lage. Village. the young people here were
sure I was the coffee-house-type.
As near as I can learn, being
a beatnik is nothing new. it just
is a new label. Back at the turn
of the century the young people
who sat around brooding and
trying very hard to be unconvenI
tional were called "Bohemians."
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groom like that 'in each genera generation.
tion. generation. No matter when or where
they pop up. the mannerisms.
clothes, and hairdo or lack of
itare. I think. the outward man manisfestations
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ty instability and, certainly immaturity.
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otrneA the, ?Inaba atoll
irnee sacka and flat eel' when
they go shopoine And here in
(.!mlifornia's sprawling unermar unermarkets
kets unermarkets encountered twit. a va variety
riety variety of shonners in lounging na nainniaa
inniaa nainniaa and peril cInthes (even
bikinis!). each time to discover
T was anparently the only one in
the market viho wasstartled by
the strange attlre.
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thing nothing unusual in such reaort-isli
shopping coatumett are quick to
notioe Inok of linstlek and e equally
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Registration for Ballroom Dante Classes will be held JUBS
15th, Monday from 2:00 p.m. te 4:00 p.m. in the Coto Solo
Gym, next to the Breakers Club.

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Tur ii0ICE OF,
by Dorothy

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California's feminine population.
At the theatre or social gather.
logs the ladies look as lovely and
as fashionable as they do at any
place I've ever been. But surely
I'm not the first to note that, to
an Easterner at least, the South.
ern Calif, vuiety of feminine
shopper is oftek a yourekt et a.
mend wonderment., ',:- .'-i.,.,
Geography,' of tourse-,-p4rys an
important part' In what people
wear, particularly during oeir
relaxed houri,, and it's- sible
that, given enough time this
'sunny country, I too wo d feel
as comfortable doing my arket arketing
ing arketing in a sun suit as the native!'
seem to be. Olaybe,,but 4 doubt
Howevever, just before I left on
a personal appearance tour, I
found myself staying away from
corduroys and knee-length socks,
shopping for the dressier "up.
town" sort of styles.
After all, I don't want anyone
in New York, London or any
place else to mistake -MO for a
Judge Crowe Speaks
At Balboa YMCA-USO
In Democracy Talk

District Court Judge Guthrie L.
Crowe will he the speaker at the
second program in the new Ad Adventuring
venturing Adventuring in Democracy series at
the Balboa YMCA-USO next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Judge Crowe's
topic will be "MEET YOUR FE FEDERAL
will include a discussion of trends
in our federal government' today,
with highlight' of, Judge Crowe's
recent trip to Washington. An ex excellent
cellent excellent film on our federal govern government
ment government will be shown during the pr
Judge Crowe graduated from
Cumberland Univerdity with la
LLB degree in 1933, and was ad admitted
mitted admitted to the bar tn the state of
Kentucky, of which he basin,
life member. He served as Mugu Mugucipal
cipal Mugucipal Judge there. and was a mem member
ber member of the Kentucky date legis legislature.
lature. legislature. After the war he served se
legislative representative for the
Motion Picture Exhibitors Also Alsodation,
dation, Alsodation, and later became Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner cd. the 'Kentucky' Stets
Police, remaining four years in
the governor's cebinet. He alos01
served as Judge Advocate of the
American Legion el Kentucky. He
has held position as District
Judge in the Canal Zone for seven
Succeeding programs In the Wi Wiles
les Wiles will include the following:
By Captain George laser
Major Charles Names
Sic. Walter Nazarenko
CRACY. DEMOCRACY. By Brigadier General James W.
July 7 Extending Democracy
By U.S. Technical Mistimes
By Mr. Louis Bosch (United Na Nations
tions Nations Representative to Panama)
These programs are open to
the public free of charge. Interest Interested
ed Interested persons allY register for the
series at recention desk of die Bal.

Mills. worried about a waye of
burglaries in her neighborhood,
bought a husky .Boxer dog aelver
Hazed es an excellent watchdog.
Miss Mills returned from work
yesterday to find her apartment
had been broken- into and burg burglarizedof
larizedof burglarizedof one Boxer dog.
and only
Rosette yeti lowgitolly Sterns!
MN lo to quay Aotireip Anti..
;pewits for up to 4 months in eat 1
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MisS PopuLARrry Queen Xenia f, Wevillel seated at center, was named winner of the baby popularity contest Sunday at the Jamaica Society Hall.
The event was sponsored by the Junta Femenina de Beneficencia. Members of her court shown here with her are Ana Luisa Williams, who placed second;
Ernesto Franklin Jr., third; Emilio Hayott, fourth; Rubina Jarvis, fifth; Ana Cecilia Hamilton, sixth; Griselda C0111118, seventh; Enelda English, eighth;
and Ricardo Miguel Sterling, ninth. The coronation was preceded by a short musical program. Eric Hurley acted as master of ceremonies.

Locks Employes Contestants
Receive Safety Poste): Awards

Trctphies and certificates were
presented 1 yesterday to the ten
winners oil a safety poster contest
sponsored by the Locks Division
for ,the sons and daughters of
Locks employees. The contest contestants
ants contestants ranged between six andi2
years of age. One Locks family
had three prize winners, two
brothers had two winners each.
Roy C. Stockham, Chief of the
Locks DiVISIOn, presented t h s
awards. In addition to the winners
the presentation was attended by
the parents and, in some cases,
brothers and sisters of the con contestants.
testants. contestants. Warren H. Smith, Chief
of the Safety Branch, was also on
hand for the ceremony.
The Locks Division safety post poster
er poster contest is the first of its sort to
the Canal organization. A similar
contest is alreedy being planned
for next year and the young On.
testants were asked for ideas on
promoting next year's contest.
Winner of the Grand Prize, a
Safety "Oscar,' was six-and-ahill-year
old George R. Scheibe,
of Gatun. His father, George C.
Scheibe, is a foreman at Gatun
Locks. 'Young George's poster,
which lad to do with veering of
safety hats, will be reproduced
in full color and poated on all
Locks Wet blilletin -boards.
Other Winnell, their parents
end their ideas are:
Six-to-eight- age group:
First prize: Thomas Micek, of
Aslhoe, 10n of Mrs. B. J. Micek,
clerk-typist in the Locks Division
offioe, general safety; second
prize, Jimmy E. Whitney, son of
Harry B. Whitney, electrician at
Pedro Miguel Locks, housekeep-1
Eight to ten years group:
' First prize: Lorreta J. Thomas,
of Paraiso, daughter of McDonald
AThomap, sign painter Miraflo Miraflores
res Miraflores Lock's, ladder safety; second
prize, Kathleen A, Scheibe, of
Gatun, daughter of George C.
Scbeibe, foreman, Gatun Locks
and sister of the rand prize win winner,
ner, winner, using the right tool for the
job; third prize, Sharyn J. Micek,
of Balbs; daughter of Mro..B..L
, Meek of the Locks Division office
and mister of the first prize win winner
ner winner in the 6-8 age group, ,satetY
meetings; fourth prize, Harry D.
Whitney, of Balboa, son of Har Harry
ry Harry B. Whitney, electrician at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel Locks and brother of
the second prize winner in the 8-8
litouP, locomotive safety.
Ten to 12 age group;
First and oecond prizes,
eta Ann Booth, of Balboa,rdaugh Balboa,rdaughter
ter Balboa,rdaughter of George J. Booth, blacksmith
at Pedro Miguel Locks, eye safe safety
ty safety and 'locomotive- safety; third
prize, Grace A. Whitney, daughter
of Barry B. Whitney, electrician
at Pedro Miguel Locks and slater
of prig winners in each of the two

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younger groups, cable safety; and
fourth prize, Frances A. Dean, of
Balboa, daughter of Robert Dean,
foreman, Pedro Miguel Lock.,
electric shock prevention..
The preliminary judges for the
childrens' poster contest repre represented
sented represented the three Locks. They
were: Pedro Miguel, Clifford
Stewart, painter, and Kenneth
Middieston, electrlcal supervisor;
Gatun, Albert Page, acting elec electrical
trical electrical sunervisor and Jack Dom.
van. splicer; and, Miraflores,
Charles Lewis, painter, and T. J.
Ebdon, operfitions supervisor.
The final Jorig Ing was done by
Col. John D McElheny, Li2titen
ant Governor; Captain Warner S.
Robinson. Marine Director; and
Warren Smith, Chief of the
Safety Branch.

Married Couples Day Today
At Cristobal Baptist Church
Married Couples' Day an insti institution
tution institution at the First Isthmian Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church for the past eight
years, will be observed this coin coin,ing
,ing coin,ing Sunday. "The Secret of a
.successful Marriage is the theme
The Pastor of the church, the Rev.
S. A. Scarlett has chosen for Ms
message at the morning service.

Th usual renewal of the mar marriage
riage marriage vows and the other features
which, have in the past made the
celebeation a unique one, will
be carried out.
The following services are
seheduled to take place:
Sunday at 11 a.m. sunday school
for all ages. A sound knowlAge of
the Bible is essencial for success successful
ful successful Wing. All classes are geared
to import a sound Bible -knowledge.
Sunday at 11 a.m. Married
Couples Day. the Pastor will
speak at this service on "The Se Secret
cret Secret of a Successful Marriage."
Sunday at 5.30 p.m., Upper
Room Circle.
Saturday at 6 p.m. Training U Union.
nion. Union. Sunday. at p.m. Evening Wor Worship.
ship. Worship. It will be a time of fellowship
and friendship with blessings un untold
told untold for all those Who will worship
at the First Isthmian Baptist
Church, 13th and Balboa, Crieto Crietobal
bal Crietobal tomorrow.

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Expert Testily
On Validity
Of Picasso Work

NEW YORK (UPI) The ex expetrts
petrts expetrts are talking about variable
annuities giving the bull market
a new lease on life.
Passage by New Jersey of leg legislation
islation legislation permitting life insurance
companles to issue variable an annunity
nunity annunity contracts ggives a strong
impetus to a movement that cven cventually
tually cventually promises to bring- another
sizable institutional inv,stor into
the stock market, perhaps rival rivaling
ing rivaling the importance of mutual
funds and pension flinch, says
Standard and Poor's.
The stock market may draw a
MassiVe infusion of new purchas purchasing
ing purchasing power z in all likelihood con concentrated
centrated concentrated narrowly on high-grade
common stocks from sale of
variable annuities, alkyl the cur current
rent current business week.
Variable annuities, unlike reg regular
ular regular annuities which guarantee
a fixed retirement income, iluc
tuate in in.come in line with the
stocks in which reserves are in invested.
vested. invested. Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp,
may earn at Imo 3 'a
1059, against $2.52 in 1958, says
.1. R. Williston and Beane.
United Gas Corp. 1959 net might
easily equal 82.75-2.80 a share.
against $2.41 in 1958,4nd sharplY
higher earnings seem in prospect
for the years ahead, according to
Frandis 1. Du Pont and Co.

from Europe is that wits
Montiel, the Brigitte Bardot of
Spain, is nOW the No. 1 box
Mee draw In Zurom She'.
currently filming "Cannon" 111
her motive country.


13.15 ha.
149.40 1113
12.00 hoe

WALLS. Miss. (UPI) Thanks
to the Rev. Gregory Bezy, a balety-minded
Roman Catholic priest
in this little north Mississi Mississippi
ppi Mississippi town, more than four million
of the nation's drivers have
"motivation" for driving more
The "motivation" is a small
white plastic statue of Christ
with the right hand raised in
blessing which motorists attach
to their dashboards by a mag-,
netic base. Under tht auspices of
the Sacred Heart Auto League
here, Father Bezy mails the sta statues
tues statues all over the country.
"People aren't going down a 60-
mile-an-hour 'highway in an 80-
mile-an-hour car unless there's
motivation," the 44-year-old Ica Icather
ther Icather Bezy said. "Spiritual moti motivation
vation motivation can play a tremendous role
in safe eriving prayerful driv drivincis
incis drivincis careful driving. People with
the' statues are expected to drive
a little more carefully."
The idea of the statues, called
"Silent Protectors" by those who
have them, came to Father Bezy
"like something out of a clear
sky" during meditation at the
small mission here in 1.954.
Concerned with the rising traf traffic
fic traffic death too, he began his Sacred
Heart Auto League. He had to
borrow space at the mission in
the beginning, but the league has
now grown into a modern brick
building in a cotton patch bor bordering
dering bordering on bus7 U. S. Highway 61
Just a few miles below Memphil,
The statues are made in New
York and shipped htre for 11130M 11130Mbily
bily 11130Mbily and mailing. The league em employs
ploys employs about 40 of the town's 350
Workers mail the statues "cold"
to prospective members, with one
dollar the suggested offering forl
a statue and membership in 0181
league. Father Bay said he con.'

fakes you
everyday I

19.30 he.
MAO hs.
10.30 he.

Priest Tells Motorists
To Slow Down... And Live

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siring the 30 per cent return a
good average.
Net proceeds. totaling about
$150,000 a year, go to suppurt
Sacred Heart Missions in this

Father Bezy, member of a Na National
tional National Met) Council Committee,
will not allow the statues to be
marketed by commercial firms.
"Practically every church goods
store in the country hax written
asking' permission to sell the sta statues,"
tues," statues," he said. "We refuse to seli
them commercially because th'23I
are being used in conjunction
with the League."
About one million statues are
bailed from here annually, and
because of the league the town
has a first-class post office. Fa.
ther Bezy says he sees no letup
in the operation.

CZ Navy Officer
Takes Part In
California Assault

Navy Lt. fiz) Michael T. McNev McNevin,
in, McNevin, son of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mc McNevin
Nevin McNevin of Ancon, was among the
Navy and Marine Corps forces
who took part ip the recent am amphibious
phibious amphibious landing on the beach at
Camp Pendleton, Calif.
Mc Nevin, a ship's officer aboard
the attack cargo ship USS Tulare,
was a member of the naval sup support
port support forces.
The operation, known an "Twin
Peaks," involved more than 60
Navy 'hips and 25,000 Marines. It
was the largest amphibious exer exercise
cise exercise held this Year.

Steel Shares Hold
Their Own On Basis
Of Possible Strike

shares held the spotlight in a
largely routine and exteremely
quiet weekend stock market ses session.
sion. session. Volume fell off to 2 580 00C
shares, smallest turnover since
last Sept. 5, compared with 3.120,
00 shares yesterday hesitated to
make commitments in the light of
'he market's recent sharp swings
Attention centered on steels
when the United Steel Workers
Luthorized strike action as neg.).
iations remained deadlocked on
the effort to come to a new in inAletry
Aletry inAletry wage agreement.
The improvement in s eels weis
in linls with Wall Street predie
t.(ins which had said the issues
would do better if there were a
strike than if one were averted
While gains in the group ranged
last 2 points, thev wire insuffi
eient to offset declines elsewhere
'n the list and the leading av
srattee showed small declines.
Working against the in(ustrial
sveraee were losses of 1 point
in Allied Chemical, 7-8 in Chrysler
t, point in Procter & Gamble, 16
United Aircraft. It. S. Steel im
',roved lf, Bethlehem point.
Alcoa gained 16, International
Nickel a point.
Some of thp widest changes an annpared
npared annpared in the druc groun where
Abbott Laboratories rose 4f4
noints and American tome P-o
ducts 112 noints while Merck fell
2, Warnerlamtert 11 and Vick
a point.
Among electron'es, Zn'th
Rained IS: Raytheon fell 2 Vic
tor Chemical rsn up 3 points.
Cessna 'Aircraft rose 3, General
Dynamics 2. Corning Glass
stowed a gain close to 2 and
there was imorovement of a notnt
or more in U. S. Gypsum, J. C.
Penney and Polaroid.
Among, roils changes generally
were and to the downs'ile.
Baltimore fir Ohio loot poinr,
11,,(1. Island a point.
changes ranged from u
gain of 14 in Philadelphia El!:
tric to a loss of 1? in Boos tin
uf a total 1.100 issues truied
517 were lower on the day whde
449 advance&

Activity centered in Penn.
rylvania Railroad which rose i
on volume of 59,900 allure
Raytheon, off 2 points at 52, and
American Telephone, off at
796, followed in order.

Uranium Swindlers
Flee San Anion lo
its Cops Close In

nationwide search is underway to
day for a smooth4alking pair of
confidence men indicted for a million-dollar
uranium swindle of res residents
idents residents of 18 or IP states.
The men are John Milton Addi Addison,
son, Addison, 38, and Dan Nance, 32. They
jumped in one of their two planes
yesterday and fled before s
;rand jury handed down its true
The plane was found later in
Milton Maltsbeger, an invest investigator
igator investigator for the sheriff's dep4rt dep4rtment,
ment, dep4rtment, said the pair left so fast
tiler wIre unable to take records,
luggage and microphones found In
a plush San Antonio hotel suite.
Maltsberger said the grand jury
indictment climaxed eight months
of intense investigation by local
authorities and state police,
Record' found In the pair's hotel
suite indicated they had received
money or approached some 300
to 400 persons in 111 states through throughout
out throughout the midwest.
Maltsberger said Addison and
Nance also borrowed on an "in "invention
vention "invention for finding ore."
He maid was impossible to
find out exactly how much the
pair had obtained, but estimsted
it would be well over one-million


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PCI 1101110s 22-8 Street Na. 12-83 Tel. 2-06-70 (Facing Palacio Legislativo) Co 16ns No. 27 Front Street Tel 10-97

Youngest Lieutenant Governor
Stoutly Defends Nation'iNoutV,.,

American teen-agers, pictured b)
many as junior criminals iceir
iny on a diet of rock 'n' roll
music, nave a stout defender in
George Nigh, the nation's young
est lieutanant governor.
"American youth is not going
to the (logs," insists the 30
old Oklaimman. On the con,la
ry, he saici, the younger set &Hi's
tne potential tor future leader
snip ot the country ana ate
"Young people today ars were
informeti tnan at any other time
in minor), on gover,,nientat
tairs, probably more Win the
"The importati, thing is thi.1
they snow autlit.., uu
atiout toem anu are concerned.'
INitn uoes inur4 than nis snare
ot wonting with youngioas.
tam), oily goes kiy twit sioup
ot Boy Scout or Lamplite (stria
uoesn L vista ins mime. And nd
muses uozens sikeec,les
rilgo aciloola tarougout
A lormer hign nis,ary
teacher and represemative,
Algal aiso ilia set veu a auviser
to 12 youth legislatures.
hvory generauon has been
contientheti ior one reabou or an anae
ae anae saw. e live in .n
age ot sensationalism anu it's toe
ieenager wno oyes wrong that
you redo 8,1)04 not (hie
wno ooes something wortimkie.
"feens are no uilferent titan
adults. alley go through typicai
Laos wnether it oe tuue jeans
anu T-shirts or blue sum sitioeii.
"And take tile bop. We thought
it was so turriule. But n000uy
bops anymore,"
for every hipster," Nigh be believes,
lieves, believes, there are many young boys
and girls oeveloping into luture
"I can't speak for other parts
of the country," he said, "bir,
In "Oklahoma young people are
being pushed to the front as
He cited the accomplishments
of Oklahoma youth in winning
recognition in Future Farmers of
America and 4-H Club programa
and in other fields,
"And we've got the best UM


Sign our Bridal Registry Service
Both you and your Mends will be glad,
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in athletics," he said. "I think :
hom a probably has made
more contributions than 1117
1thrr state." t
As for oolitics, NIA isId the!
outh movement in Oklanoma
tad its beginning when Tulsa
elected a 31-yezr-old mayor. Nigh
was a senior in college and.21
'Pars old when he was elegted,
along with three of his glass.
mate& to the Oklahoma Houte of
Representatives. tir
The outstanding exampli of
the state's young look waist the
election of J. Howard Edriond Edriondson,
son, Edriondson, Tulsa country attornet se
governor Edmundson, at is
the nation's youngest chi ex executive.
ecutive. executive. "Herewas man who s the
people on his desire and 'WI?
o serve," Nigh said. "It sn'l
1 question of whether or n he
was too young." a
Nigh said he believes them is
a trend "that recognizes it per perSOng
SOng perSOng ability regardless olt

The lieutenant governor )a a
firm believer in education, a d of
the type which deveope a iid's
character and personality, ther
than having him memorize n mes
or dates.
"Preparedness is one o the
most importantt things this oun ountry
try ountry .must have, he said. "I oope
the pendulum doesn't swi so
far that we spend more tim on
learning how to destroy !pitch
other and not enough on bow to
get along and help each o re."
MURCIA, Spain --(UPI) 4 A
light aircraft belonging ter e
Cierve Cordonio Aero Club crag
ed yesterday while landing at th
nearby Alcantarilla Air Bset The
two occupants were killed. g

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'Ale hom a probably has
NEW YORK (UPI) Steel OKLAHOMA cITY (UPI) more contributions than
hares held the spotlight in a American teen-agers, pictured bj ather state."
any ea junior criminals ieefi t
As for politics, Nign Cale
'ny on a diet of rock 'n' roll 'outh movement in Old
music, nave a stout defender in tad its beginning when
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. the effort to come to a new in in nistory on govalantentai tie the nation's youngest child
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wary wage agreement. tairs, probably more than the ecutive.
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MISS PopuLARrry Queen Xenia f, Wevillel seated at center, was named winner of the baby popularity contest Sunday at the Jamaica Society Hall. 'n the list and tite leading av uoesn L VILI dill Wiled. Ann nd age."
fcihrmarabeetelirevaerndin education,
The -event was sponsored by the Junta remenina de Beneficencia. Members of her court shown here with her are Ana Luisa Williams, who placed second; araeea showed mall declines.
Ernesto leranklin Jr., third; Emilio Hayott, fourth; Rubina Jarvis, fifth; Ana Cecilia Hamilton, sixth; Griselda C0111111, seventh; Eneida English, eighth: Workine against the industrial mono' in nip to:smote taroogout The lieutenant governor
and -Ricardo MIMIC Sterling, ninth. The coronation was preceded by a short musical program. Eric Hurley acted as master Of ceremonies. averetre were loseee of 1 11 point Vhintithile.
or dates.
, in Allied Chemical, 7-8 in Chrysler A ormer hign settoot tosory
tthh ea n t :Pea v i nwthihe ihm9 ed emrvileetnntlaoPirgittrile
e point in Procter & Gamble, 16 teacher end Rata represeatative,
. United Aircraft. It. S. Steel im Allot aiso tigLeocornesuretaile:urnemabehouasetuviser
Lcks Employes. Cofitestants Experls liestily Priest Tells Motorists
. nroved lf, Bethlehem point. to 12 youth legislatures.
Alcoa gained 16, International
ges an. outer,- ae saw. -we live m 01
try .must have," he said.
ftahre hpientdwultumspendd
And Live Nnefrakreedi ain ntnhient.drue groun where age ol sensationalism anu it'reb14eanne
not toe 0,w learning how to destroy
, On Vandity To Slow Down.. Some of the wideat chan
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Receive Safety Poste: Awards Of Pkasso Work 0 Abbott Laboratorlea rose 4N teeteager wno uoes wrong that
noints end Amerlean tome Pen you redo itoout
wuromkie. other and not enough on t
get along and help each e
- WALLS. Miss. alpi) -Thanks siders the 30 per cent return a ducte 112 noints while Merck fell wno uoes something
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2, Warner-Lamtert li and Vick "feens are no uilferent Man
Laos wnether it oe Lime jeans
, NEW YORK (UPD ...... The ex. to the Rev. Gregory Bezy, a bale- good average.
a point. adults. alley go througe typiesi --
Trophies. and certificates were younger groups, cable safety; and
ted f yesterday to the ten fourth prize, Frances A. Dean, of
presort .t, ports are talking about variable ty-mincied Rom,an Catholic priest
annuities giving the bull market in thts little north Miseissi- Net proceeds, totaling about
light aircraft belonging ti
winners ofl a safety poster contest Balboa, daughter of Robert Dean, a new lease on life. ppi town, more than four million 3150,000 a year, go to support Among electron'ea, Zart;th anu T-shirts or blue sueue bower. MURCIA, Spain -411P1)
sponsored ,hy the Locks Division foreman, Pedro Miguel Locks, Passage by New Jersey of le 's drivers "lave sacred Heart Missions in this trained IS: Raytheon fell 2 Vic "Anci take the bop. We tnought
tor Chemical !ten up 3 Doi s, so tot tole. But n000uy
for ,the sods and daughters ol electric shock prevention.. IF of the nation
islation permitting life insurance "motivation" for driving more area. nt It was 'r Cierva Cordonlo Aero Club
Locks employees. The contest- companles to issue variable an- carefully. Cessna :Airereft rose 3, General bops anymore," ed yesterday while landing
ants ranged between six andt2 Th preliminary judges for the nunity contracts ggives a strong The "motivation" is a small Father Bezy, member of a Na- Dvnamics 2. Corning Glass for every hipster," Nigh h
--e- nearby Al t 'II kr Bei
e - - - h.t testi t toe of Christ tional Meta Council Committee, abowed a gain close to 2 and lieves, there are many young bo s Can an a I- --
years of age. One Locke family cloldrens' poster contest repre- impetus to a movement that even- w i e P e s a Y two occupants were killed.
had t k Th 11 1 t b i th
hree prize winners, two sented the three Loc s. ey tua y prom ses o r ng, ano, er with the right hand raised in will not allow the statues to be there wea imnrovement of a Point and girls oevetoping int lutore
Gy sum J C. leaders
. brothers had two winners each. were: Pedro Miguel, Clifford sizable institutional invastor into blessing which motorists attach marketed by commercial firms. or more in U. S. p ,
he Stewart ainter and Kenneth the stock market perhaps rival
Roy C. Stockham, Chief of t P a tb to their dashboards bY a maga "Practically every church goods Penney and Polaroid. "I can't speak for other parts
Locks DiVidi.011, presented t b e Middleston,
electr'eal sufervisor, ing e importance of mutual netic base. Under tht auspices of store in the country hax written of the country," he said -hut.
awards, in addition to the winnen Gatun, Albert Page, act ng e'ec- funds and pension fundi, says the Sacred Heart Auto League asking' Permission to sell the sta- Among, relis changes generally In "Oklahoma young people' are LI V Ell 11011,
the preeentation was attended bY trice' supervisor and Jack Dono- Standard ana Poor's. her' Father Bezy malls the sta- tues," he said. "We refuse to seli were well 'Ind to the downa'ile. being pushed to the front es
them commercially because th'23I Baltimore fit Ohio loot point, leaders. it a lazy liver causes yeu te
the parents an
d in some cases, van. splicer; and, Miraflores, The stock market may draw a tues all over the ceuntry. Irdni Indlaestlun. gas, heartburn
"People aren't going down a 60- are being used in conjunction rata Island a point.
of Oklahoma youth in winnuig Moore, biliousness andekla lik,ep)
recognition in Future Farmers of
He cited the accomplishments
brothers and sisters of the con- Charles Lewis, painter, and T, J. MasaiVe infusion of new purehas purehasin
in purehasin an so. with the League." eLleadee. headaches. had hroaA
testants. Warren H. Smith, Chief Ehdon, operations supervisor. ing power z- in all likelihood con- mile-an-hour 'highway
Utility change! ranged from, a
of the Safety Branch, was also on centrated narrowly on high-grade mile-an-hour car unless there's
About one million statues are Cain of 14 in PhiladelPhil Et:, pot Hiseles from ?our ohomIst'l
The final judging was done by common stocks from sale of motivation," the 44-year-old Fa FaI
I FaI mob. bailed from here annually, and illici t.P ea and 4-H Club programs cameo le a real tonle to thslivt
hand for the ceremony. a OSS 0
1 f 17 In Moos on tersotinia. use Nisei, n St pai
The Locks Division safetY Pos. 0
t- C I. John D MeElheny, Liauten. variable annuities, says the cur- ther Bezy said. "Spiritua and in other fields,
is the first of its sort in ant Governor; Captain Warner S. rent business week. vation can play a tremendous role because of the league the town "I'llig 1.e "And we've got the best laillTh
er contest of a total 1.190 issuer tr 0 4
- tion A similar Robinson. Marine Director; and Variable annuities, unlike reg-, in safe eriving p
rayerful driv. has a first-class post office. Fa.
the Canal organize th B h
er ezy says e sees no etup
1 517 were lower on the day whtle ..
1 d Warren IL Smith, Chief of the ular annuities which guarantee ing Is careful driving. People with
contest is alreedy being p anne 449 advaaced.
S f t B h.
for next year and the young con- a e y rane a fixed retirement income, iluc- the' statues are expected to drive in the operation. eit
tuate in in'come in line wile the a little more carefully."
testants were asked for ideas on Activity centered in Penn Penn.
. Penn. . stocks in which reserves are in- The idea of the statues, called ATTENTION
promoting next year's contest. ) Ile' ...oll! 4111' vested. "Silent Protectors" by those -to
" CZ Navy Officer sylvania Railroad which rose i
Winner of the Grand Prize, a ,, ta le on volume of 59,000 allure
':iil'hi!:,:c'i,.- t Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp, have them, came to Father bezy
Safety "Oscar,"' was six-and .. Iv Raytheon, off 2 points at 52, end A I L
..hill-year old George R. Schei .t, .''.. ..,; may earn at lesea 3 's at "like something out of a clear
Takes.Part In American Telephone, off 12 at
of Gatun. His father, George C. e I
ill 444 E 1011E11E5 1059, against $2.52 in 1958, says sky" during meditation at the
J. R. Williston and Beane. small mission here in 1954. 796, followed in order.
Scheibe, is a foreman at Gatun .,.
United Gas Corp. 1959 net might Concerned with the rising traf- California Assault
1.,,,ks. 'Young George's poster, 1, -- easily equal $2.75-2.80 a share. fic death too, he began his Sacred I I 0 t
which 'had to de with veering of Uranium Swindlers
0 safety hats, will be reprodutedi Marrifd Couples .Day Today against $2.41 in 1958,11nd sharply Heart Auto League. He had to Navy Lt. (1z) Michael T. McNev McNevhigher
higher McNevhigher earnings seem in prospect borrow space at the mission in in, son of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mc- une eride o
. in full color and poeted on al At Cristobal Baptist Church for the years ahead, according to Ithe beginning, but the league has Nevin of Ancon, was among the
LoCite 'safety blilletin -boards. Frands L Du Pont and Co. Flee San Anfonlo N 17-1.14,1
.. .it...i. rierents IV i ..1,1,4 rnIrdititt1 nod lid inati- now grown into a modern brick Navy and Marine Corps forces -PPI.xr....1.- -1 '.. N

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shares held the spotlight in a American teen-agers, pictured b) ether state."
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MISS POPULARrEY Queen Xenia f, Weville) seated at center, was named winner of the baby popularity contest Sunday at the Jamaica Society Hall. et the list and tre leading av uoesn L mu sus mime. Ana nd age."
The-event was sponsored by the Junta Femenina de Beneficencia. Members of her court shown here with her are Ana Luisa Williams, who placed second; erarsee showed small declines. mimes uotetto ol sikeec,les at
Ernesto leranklin Jr., third; Emilio Hayott, fourth; Rubina Jarvia, fifth; Ana Cecilia Hamilton, sixth; Gelselda C0111118, seventh; Enelda English, eighth; Workine against the ineustrial moms' in nip 801004 LitrongOot The lieutenant governor )s a
and -Ricardo Miguel Sterling, ninth. The coronation was preceded by a short musical program. Eric Hurley acted as master of ceremonies. evereee were loseee of 1 d point tootatitholo. firm believer in education, a d of
, in Allied Chemical, 7-8 in Chrysler A Lormer hien seitoot Lestory the type which deveiope a ild's
, st point in Procter & Gamble, 16 teacher end stets representative, character and personality, ther'
, 'United Aircraft. TT. S. Steel im Allot aiso lies eel Lieu ali euviser than having him memorize n meg
Lcks Employes. Cofitestants Experls Testily Priest Tells Motorists
. nroved li, Bethlehem point. to le youth legisiaiures.
Alcoa gained 16, International 'hvory generauon has been or dates.
"Preparedness is one o the
On Vandity To Slow Down... Niekel a point.
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neared in the drue geoun where age of sensationalism anu it' toe the pendulum doesn't swi
Receive Safety Poste,' Awards Of Pic.asso Work 0 Abbott Laboratoriea rose 4N tee:wager wno uoes wrong that
noints end Amerlean tome p-,, you reau tiomit not tue cue far that we spend more tim on
learning how to destroy !pitch
---- o ---- WALLS. Miss. (UPI) -Thanks siders the 30 per cent return a ducte 112 noints while Merck fell wno uoes someehing wurintyleie. other and not enough on how to
NEW YORK (UPI) The ex- to the Rev. Gregory Bezy, a bale- good average. 2, Warner-Lamtert 11 and Vick "feens are no oilferent taut get along and help each o re."
Trophies. and certificates were younger groups, cable safety; and peerts are talking about variable ty-minded Roman Catholic priest a point. adults. eney go througe typtvai --
presented 1. yesterday to the ten fourth prize, Frances A. Dean, of -annuities giving the bull market in this little north Mississi- Net proceeds, totaling about Laos wnether it oe oiue jeans CRASH KILLS TWO
winners oll a Safety poster contest Balboa, daughter of Robert Dean, a new lease on life. ppi town, more than four Million $150,000 a year, go to supper Among electronles, Zenith anu T-shirts or blue sueue eatreti MURCIA, Spain -(1.1PI) ;1.;t. A
d by the Locks Division foreman, Pedro Miguel Locks, passage by New jersey of leg. of the nation's drivers have Sacred Heart Missions in this Rained IR: RaYtheon fell 2 Vic "Anci take the bop. we thougat
sponsore light aircraft belonging t
for ,the sone and daughters of electric shock prevention.. Islation permitting life insurance "motivation" for driving more area. tor Chemical ren up 3 teats, it was so temple. But noeouy c: -- fr '11,.
terve Cordonio Aero Club eras
Locks employees. The contest- companies to issue variable an- carefully. Cessna Airereft rose 3, General bops anymore," ed yesterday while landing at th
ants ranged between six andi2 The preliminary judges for the nunity contracts ggives a strong The "motivat
ion" is a small Father Bez member of a Na- Dvnamics 2. Cornin Glass for ever hi ster Oh be
y, . g )' 13 IN L- nearby Alcantarilla Air list
of age. One Locks family childrens' poster contest repre- impetus to a movement that even- white plastic. statue of Christ tional Met) Council Committee, iteowed a gain close to 2 and heves, there are many young bo 1 I, The
years Ys two occupants were killed. oir
had t i ht r i e in will not allow the statues to be there vex imnrovement of a point and iris evei
hree prize winners, two sented the three Locks. TheY tuallY Promisee to bring- another with the r g hand a s d g a (ming into iuture
.n which motorists attach marketed by commercial firms or more in U. S. Gypsum J. C. leaders
brothers had two winners each. were: pedro miguel, Clifford sizable instittitional inv,stor into blessi ; ii .
C Stockham, Chief of the Stewart, painter,. and Kenneth the stock market, perhaps rival- to their dashboards bY a mage Practically every church goods enney an o aro
P d P I id
I can't speak for other parts
Locks DiVittiOn, presented t b e Middleston, electrcal supervisor; ing the importance of mutual netic base. Under tht auspices of store in the country hax written of the country," he said, ehu..
en addition to the winners Gatun, Albert Page, acting elec- funds and pension flinch, says the Sacred Heart Auto League asking' permission to sell the sta- Among rods changes genertly in eoeteeoma young people are
awards. as LIVE 101 IC
n 1
tation was attended by trice' sunervisor and Jack Dono- Standard and Poor's, here, Father Bezy mails the sta tues," he said. "We refuse to seir were Rnuill Ind to the downelle being pushed to the front.
the presen
ts and, in some cases, van. splicer; and, Miraflores, The stock market may draw a tues all over the country. them commercially because tiv,!y Baltimore ilk Ohio loot poinr, leaders. it a loay 11 Vet Vitali pet te saw
the paren re Island a oint from loll11413u gam, hatitaatio, Coao
d sisters of the con- Charles Lewis, painter, and T. J. massive infusion of new purehas- "People aren't going down a 60- are being used in conjunction Re p He cited the accomplishments
brothers an taleadee. heartaches. hod broig .44-
testants. Warren H. Smith, Chief Ebdon, operetions supervisor. ing power e-- in all likelihood con- mile-an-hour 'highway in an 80. with the League." of Oklahoma youth in winning ot0000, butmimeos andoklo lito -no
11. se
of the Safety Branch, was also on centrated narrowly on high-grade mile-an-hour car unless there's Utility changers ranged from e recognition in Future Farmers of pot 1-111poios from your rhombi teaser.
gain of let in Philadelphia El!.
The final Judging was done by common stocks from sale of motivation," the 44-year-old Ica About one million statues ere America and 4-H Club programs' ooisoloo le a roal Wale to thgver tad
hand for the eeremony.
and tric to a loss of I? in Hoes on
The Locks Division moti- bailed from here annually
safety post- Col. John D McElhenY, Lieuten- variable annuities, says the cur- ther Bezy said. "Spiritual ;,,,,,, and in other fields, 1 tosesosinise use Home n st Worn
test is the first of its sort in ant Governor: Captain Warner S. rent business week. vation can play a tremendous role because of the league the town Lliel1'"g "And we've got the best fiX41Th I
er con tton A similar Robinson. Marine Director; and Variable annuities, unlike reg-, in safe eriving prayerful driv has a first-class post office. Fa. of a total 1.100 issues leatied , .tee,0
the Canal organize ther Bezy says he sees no letup ,17 were lower on the day Ode :, fgt..
i treacly being planned Warren II. Smith, Chief of the ular annuities which guarantee incis careful driving. People with .
contest s a a fixed retirement income, flue- the' statues are expected to drive In the operation. 449 advaaced.
for next year and the young con- Safety Branch. ,. ee
tuate in in.come in line eith the a little more carefully."
testants were asked for ideas on Activity centered in Penn Pennstocks
stocks Pennstocks itt which reserves are in- The idea of the statues, called ATTENTION
promoting next year's contest.
. ) liti' ...41. allik!' vested. "Silent Protectors" by those who CZ
Navy Officer rylvania Railroad which rose i
Winner or the Grand Prize, a ,,,,, ta le on volume of 59,800 shere
eieeer.'"eel Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp, have them, came to Father Bezy
Safety "Oscar,"' was six-and-a- ...,, Raytheon, off 2 points at 52, and A I L I
.,!.. ,,,;, may earn at lease 3 's et "like something out of a clear
-half-year old George R. Scheibe, ..ti Takes.Part In American Telephone, off ei at
of Gatun. His father, George C. e
1111 444 E 1011E11E5 1059, against $2.52 in 1958, says sky" during meditation at the
J. R. Williston and Beane. small mission here in 1954. 796, followed in order.
Scheibe, is a foreman at Gatun .,.
United Gas Corp. 1959 net might Concerneti with the rising traf- California Assault
Lo,ks. 'Young G-eorge's poster, 1, -- easily equal $2.75-2.80 a share. fic death too, he began his Sacred It ..',
which lad to de with veering of
0 safety hats, will be reproducedi Marelfd Couplas Day Today against $2.41 in 1958, 4nd sharply Heart Auto League. He had to Navy Lt. fiz) Michael T. McNev- Uranium Swindlers
higher earnings seem in prospeet.borrow space at the mission in in, son of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mc- une eridel o 7,
. in full color and poated on al At Cristobal Baptist Church
LoCke 'safety htilletin 'boards. for the years ahead, according to the beginning, but the league has Nevin of Ancon, was among the
Frandis I. Du Pont and Co. now grown into a modern brick Navy and Marine Corps forces Flee San Anfonlo ..
,, ,.
, Other 'AMC'S, their parents Married Couples' Day an inati-
-1 $i,!,. ..
. and their ideas are: tution at the First Isthmian Bap- building in a cotton patch bor- who took part ip the recent am- (,-,fliA ;. ,:', '-'' -''''':: A : .41
' u
dering on b 117 u. S. Highway 61 phibious landing on the beach at AS Coos Close In 4, i,, 4 ,t, t4;'' 'I'
' Six-to-eight- age group.;,, ,,, tiat Church for the past eight
- ..., I- ,,, r-' a lust a few miles below Memphie. Camn Pondloton Calif i dr n":;.t.,- rg -slot1 .' 1L ,-.'-,.k IOC:),

i First prize: Thomas mites, L'i years, wilt De ouervea um; cum. Tenn. .... 1; t V 1 i 1;'; ;!: 1 :2..'7 i
a Aalboa, Son of Mrs. B. J. Micek. ,ing Sunday. "The Secret of a
clerk-typiat in the Locks Division .successful Marriage is the theme The statues are made le New McNevin, a ship's officer aboard SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI)---A
, office, general safety; second Ihe Pastor of the church, the Bev, York and shipped htre for 2130M- the attack cargo ship USS Tulare, nationwide search is underway to- I. &I 4, ,,
f.",e, ,, lli;-.4 ,,,,:it
prize, Jimmy E. WhitheY, Ron of S. A. Scarlett has chosen for his bly and mailing. The league em- was a member of the naval sup- day for a smooth-talking pair of .1, r
ploys about 40 of the town's 350 port forces. el!; -:,.1! ;).' ;of:Iil 4,, ti Iii
Harry B. Whitney, electrician at message at the morning service. confidence men indicted for a mil milresidents.
residents. milresidents. Pedro Miguel Locks, housekeep- lioe-dollar uranium swindle of res resThe
The resThe usual renewal of the mar- Workers mall the statues "cold" The operation, known an "Twin idents of 18 or ID states. r ''. '-'"' 099 le.e.zb 4 , ei
riage vows and the other features to prospective members, with one Peaks," involved more than 80 The meal are John Milton Addi- s,?.4 ',:!. t4
. ' i;:: ''' 1:31P ,.,,,,' I
blight to ten years group;
' First prize: Lorreta J. Thomas. which have le the past made the dollar the suggested offering for Navy 'hips and 25,000 Marines. It Fon, 38, and Dan Nance, 32. They
of Paraiso, daughter of McDonald celebeation a unique one, will a statue and membership in the,was the largest amphibious exer- jumped in one of their two planes ,,ie mioa! ,,:,
t ,p.4w,i:.,. .4. '': 4,4 1,
it 4 -4,
. ,,.. league. Father Bay said he con-leis. held this year. r.laa
AThomap, sign painter Miraflo- be carried out. yesterday and fled before s ;:l:
;,., ft 3 .;
j) bo:1:. '.' t1;;;,:', 1 4274 11
res Locks, ladder safety; second The following services are ,yi, .,,.. -. ., grand Jill" handed down its true
prize, Kathleen A. Scheibe, of scheduled to take place: ?, .,,,, 4 ,4,- :7 L hill.
-alt ..t i le-
al IV 6 '
Gatlin, daughter of George C. ,,
' The plans was found later in
ia.a,,a-w- 4 Co ,a1
Scheibe, foteman, Gatun Locks Sunday at 11 a.m. sunday school ,, :,...,,' ;:- :, Dallas. .r p.,
11,. ii.. s 1 0 I .., AI'
1 ',
Sign our Bridal Registry Service :
and sister of the rand prize win- for all ages. A sound knowledge of :i,.e...,:11f,.'''., ,,,
. ; ,
, Milton Maltsbeger, an invest-
net, using the right tool for the the Bible is easencial for success- .v,A.A .i,::, , OASIS ....... igator for the sheriff's depart-
Mum 111.11.
Both you and your frlends will be glad-,,
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job; third prize, Sharyn J. Micek ful iving. All classes are geared :Iti:N"..!! s ment, said the pair left so fast
of Balbs; daughter of Mro., B. ,J, to import a sound Bible -know. it,,,.. --,,-7..
,:i.,:. theY were unable to take records,
. Meek of the Locks Division office ledge. , . 0 ) luggage and microphones found in a
and ulster of the first prize win- I:1114 a plush San Antonio botel suite. t,
tier in tbe 6-8 age grOup, ,safetY Sunday at li. a.m. Married ;$4.: ;,''''.,,',r...,t ". !:,;,,:,',, ',t, ,-..dom-t-..................... you did. Come in and ask us how It i,
Harry D. uouples Day, tne Pastor will ..i.,,,,,, ,,, ,, ,, ,;:, : ...,....,,1,: ,,,,, Maltsberger said the grand jury
meetings; fourth prize,
Whitney, of Balboa, son of Har- speak at this service on "The ,e- :.:,,!I ,, ,,,, h ::.:,,,,,, ,i,,r : : : ,,,2, fakes you indictment climaxed eight months works. SEE OUR BRIDAL TABLE --"I"
ry B. Whitney, electrician at Pe- cret of a Successful Marriage. ,, ,, ,, :..., c: , of intense investigation by local
dro Miguel Locks and brother of Sunday at 5.30 p.m., Upper ',. ., .--,,, !, '-,,',,-, away E.) authorities and state relict ...
the leCOnd prize winner in the 8-8 Room Circle. Record' found in the pair's hotel r
, suite indicated they had received
88! grouP, locomotive safety. Saturday at 6 p.m. Training U- ,.,' '1','.V::-n, .h..,.,: tit
l'1.11141k' gslavi,:ur6:1;114re tie WI omga gaurni9i4a8tore
TOO to 12 age group; nion. ..,,,,..s.44".04,44,4,0,sms:.., from money or approached some 300
First and oecond prizes, Petri., Sunday. at I p.m Evening WI'' SPAIN'S ANSWERRePortg i Th. to 400 persons in 15 states through through'
' through' Ave. 6 H It. Tel. 6'4721
t kfiC7' 074th ortf July
ea Ann Booth, of Balboa, daugh- ship. mit the midwest,
from Europe te that &mita
ter of George J. Booth, blacksmith Maltsberger said Addison and
Montiel the Brigitte Bardot of the Nance also borrowed on an "in "inat
at "inat Pedro Miguel Locks, eye safe- It will be a time of fellowship spain,
Participate In Our Free Weekly Rit' frie
ty and "locomotive- safety; third and friendship with bleosings un, ii nOW the No. 1 box within for finding ore,"
Mee draw in Europe. She's
prize, Grace A. Whitney, daughter told for ell those Who will worship He said it was impossible to
of Harry B. Whitney, electrician at the First Isthmian Baptist currently filming "Carmen" in everyday I find out exactly how much the
at Pedro Miguel Locke and slater Church, 13th and Balboa, Crieto- her netive country. pair had obtained, but estimated
Mr. Comfy
of Prig winners in each et the twe bat tomorrow. it would be well over one-million i


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word Dancer Outlasts

ft --0
Thrilling Race Marred

py Bad Two:Horse Spill

4f NEW YORK, June 13(1.1?1)--Brookmeade Stable's
gclirre little chestnut colt finally copped one of the jewels
of:the triple crown today when he stepped one mi!e and
ofirlialf in 2:28 2-5 to score by three-quarters of a length
ovaJongshot Bagdad in the 91st running of the Belmont
Stakei at Belmont Park.

5.', ;:tttotoNt'
i kl:eat roar went up from the
't cr0wdy of 138,105 when Bagdad
',. thibt tat the front some three fur fur!:
!: fur!: loitge Dut and Black Hills, ridden
:, bY:Pldie Arcar, and Sword Dan Danite;,,,,,.
ite;,,,,,. Danite;,,,,,. vvith Willie Shoemaker up,
:' chWilefiged.
t ittftmtafter, however, Black Hills
3;, stikaaided and fell with a crash'
i firivt"Liike Erie, which was racing
t btErod,the leaders, toppled over
li' 111005 Hills. Eddie Arcaro was
1,. talMtv off the track unconscious
t Wivl l Walter Blum, who rode Lake
,ti! Erftrt w5lked away under his owe
i' Pol)ter
t, Ataro regained consciousness in'
the. ambulance complaining of
lok pains in his n?ck. Black Hills was
.) 50:badly injured he had to be des des'
' des' tr'yed.
With Black Hills eliminated.
Beitclad and Sword Dancer bat bat!
! bat! IIM11 out in the homestretch with
,f, Swo Fd Dancer pulling away in the
',4.-'' firl i sixteenth for his popular vie viet,
t, viet, Sr. The colt addNi $93.525 to his
i.: arnings.
:!' -The son of Sung low-Highland
'i, Cling paid 85.50, $3 00 and $2 30

j' d Sports briefs AX 6-12
LINCON, Neb. (UPD A rep rep,
, rep, resentative of the U. S. Olympic
committee was in the stands to to"
" to" day, ?s the National Collegiate
Athletic Association opened its
, 1959 track meet, featuring at last
: five defending champions. First
, event on the schedule, at 4:30
pAn. e.d.t., was opening of trials
in the hammer throw. Final event
will 'be about 10 p.m. e.d.t. Saturday.



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With Elvira Quintana
Wtil) Maria Victoria

715 DE201711-1111

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60c. 30c.

while Bagdad returned $6.00 and
$3 30 Royal Orbit, once more a
big disappointment. finished a
poor third 12 lengths behind
the leaders. Royal Orbit paid $2.70
to iihow. Bobby Ussery rode Bag Bagdad.
dad. Bagdad. The race was one of the fastest
Belmonts ever run. The Stakes,
track and American record is 2:26
3 5 set by Gallant Man in the 1957
running. Shoemaker rode Gallant
on that occasion too,

NEW LONDON, Conn. (Dpi)
The l'aillarvard regatta, oldest
and longest intercollegiate crew
race in America, will be rowed
on the Thames River Saturday
with Harvard favored for its first
victory in six years. It will be the
108th anniversary of the rivalry
which began in 1852, and the
shells will pull over a four-mile
downstream course.

Racetrack Tips

1Azabache Tierra(
2Nirvana Doha Flora
3Mr. Roberts Dan Tin
4Marcelita Mellizo
5Kazan Don Tuturo
6Nairobi (e) Pops (e)
7Princesa Gitana (e) Vespucio
8La Brisa El Fakir (e)
9Sputnik Diocesiy
10Pan Tostado Bob
1Blancor sAlbigense

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The White Savage
with Maria Montez

Last Day!

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with J. Sheffield

Mary Grisson
Quits Baseball

ST. LOUIS, June 12(UPI)--
Mary Grissom, vetrean right-handed
relief pitcher for the St. Louis
Cardinals, came to the end of the
baseball trail today.
The 41-year-old fireman, who
reoched his peak during five and
a half years with the Giants before
cmoing to the Cards in a trade last
year, asked the National League
for voluntary retirement. He said
he wanted to quit baseball and re return
turn return to his home at El Cerrito,
Grissom, on the disabled list
through the early part of the sea season
son season with an ailing back, had shown
little in three appearances since
reutrning to the active list.
Grissom had brief tours of duty
wtih Detroit, Boston and the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox before going to the
Giants, where his tantalizing screw
ball brought him an overall record
of 31 victories and 23 defeats.

Murder Threats,
Charges Of Theft,
Lies In Boxing

der (UPI)Murder threats, charges of fraudulent
intend, theft and lies rang in the
ears of the California Athletic
Commission today as it adjourned
and set the next meeting to un unravel
ravel unravel the statels boxing mess for
Los Angeles on July 8.
The commission had placed at
the top of its i,genda for Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's meeting the attempt to set settle
tle settle the squabble betwees co-managers
Bert Bordose and Ralph
Gambina, who direct the activi activities
ties activities of heavyweight challenger
Rueben Vargas.
But they threw up their hands
in disgust after five hours listen listening
ing listening to the arguments which result resulted
ed resulted in these disclosures:
Bordose said he had received
a telephone threat "to sign for a
re-match of Vargas with Tony An Anthony
thony Anthony in New York or you and
Vargas will wind up floating in
the East River."
Heard Gambina claim that
fight manager Sam Boardman
said: "I won't have my son (Lar (Larry
ry (Larry Boardman) fight for that stool
pigeon (Jackie Leonard)." (Board (Boardman:
man: (Boardman: don't recollect.")
Bordose claim that he had
been promised $10,000 by Gam Gambina,
bina, Gambina, as a representative of Frank
Sinatra, for a half interest in Var Vargas.
gas. Vargas. Bordose claim that he had re received
ceived received only $500 of the $10,000,
and that the men he signed the
contract with, including Sinatra's
agent, Hank Sinacola, had "fraud "fraudulent
ulent "fraudulent intent."

The commission suspended the
manager's license of Sam Board Boardman
man Boardman and the fighter's license of
son Larry until such time as
Larry was ready to fight. And in indications
dications indications were that the first fight
would have to be with Art Ram Ramponi
poni Ramponi for promoter Leonard in Hollywood.

Pair Of Homers
Move Richmond
Close To IL Lead

NEW YORK, June 13--CUPI)--A
pair of homers, rarities with Rich Richmond
mond Richmond batters, have placed the
Vees within a game and a half of
the International League's first
place Buffalo Bisons.
Darrell Johnson blasted a homer
in the third inning last night to
give Zack Monroe the run he need needed
ed needed in Richmond's 3-0 victory over
the Bisons. Frank Leja's two-run
clout in the eighth was extra insurance.

Bob Keegan of Rochester won
his eighth game of the season as
he tossed a four-hitter in downing
Columbus, 7-1, homers by Chuck
Essegian and Luke Easter provided
the Red Wing punch.
Havana touched four Toronto
pitchers for 10 hits while downing
the Maple Leafs. 6-2 A two-run
homer by Larry Novak in the sec second
ond second inning gave the Cubans a lead
they never relinquished. Ted Wie Wieand
and Wieand went all the way for Havana
for his fourth victory of the year.
The Miami at Montreal game was
rained mit.

if .1"1::Zk
Paul Newman
Joanne Woodward In
"Rally Round the Flat Hoye'
Hugh O'Brien in "Fiend Who
Walked The West"


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Richard Widmark
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Track's Best 3-Year-Olds Go
In Today's Press Classic
Race Track' Graded Entris uhzuPrervf;tecrigit

P.P. Horse Jockey St. Commons
lst Raco "Spocial" Imp. 5 Fgs.Purso $650.00 Pool
1Azabache R. Vasquez 115 Makes first start
2Edinburgo B. Baeza 108 Hasn't shown much
3Tierral J. taloa M.Should score here
4Brandal M. Valenzuels 110 Rates good chance
5Montesco S. Hernandez 105 Big disappointment
6Gay Lussr J. Rothiguez 108 Failed in debut

2nd Race 7th Sories Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $450.00 Pool Cases

1Pla tan
2Black Jet
3Don Cirilo
5Mar Bravo
6Fie ltro
7Doila Flora

3rd Ric "F"

1Dan Tin
3Linda Susy
4Mr. Roberts S.
5Don Manuel

4th Race "B" Natives Nis. Purse $450.00 Pool
1Tingat J. Jimenez 106 Not good enough
2Mohicano B. Baeza 110 Big disappointment
3Mellizo J. Talavera 112 Hard to beat ere
4Chito H. Gustmes 108 In fight to finish
5Marcelita R. Cruz 103x Should score now

3Me Ilizo

5th Race "E" Natives

1Don Tuturo
2Fo Befit
5Silver Girl


8th Race 6th Uri's imp. 6

7th Rae 4th Prios Imp. 7 Fgs.
2rid RACE OF

1Mauricio H. Hidalgo 107x
2Vespucio B. Baeza 108
3Plucky J. Samaniego 115
4Manandoagua A. Gonzales 115
5Zapaton F. Alvarez 108
6Gouvernant A. Credidio 108
7Cbacotero R. Cruz 101x
8Escardillo No boy 106
9King's PaTk H. Gusttnes 112
10Chariclela E. Dario 105
11Crews Hill S. Hernandez 113
12(Evening St. J. lino& 112
13(Princesa G. J. Phillips 113

1Festival J. Jimenez
2Smart Catch R. Cruz
3Matriculado D. Barret
4Sun Fair M. Chalmers
5Roina J. Reyes
6La Brisa B. Baeza
7Loberia H. Hidalgo
8Metafierro J. P. Diez
9(EI Agheila H. Gustines
10(Lo Moscoso D. Delgado
11El Fakir) R. Vasquez
12Dagon) Jose Rodrig.

D. Bravo 118 Will improve he:
R. Oruz 109xRates good chance
A. Perez 110 Distance to liking
H. Hidalgo 103xLacks earb speed
V. Castillo 118 Couad score at price
R. Vasquez 118 Nothing recently
A. Credictio 104 Usually close up
J. P. Diaz 103x Nothing t Mndicate
B. Baeza 110 Mutuels favorite

thilip1V lite le filled kith bruises.

4g4a,rdi..., 0 -, 1;..:elpaoot

.8 .Irgs. Purse $375.00 Poo!

S. Hernandez 112 Hard to beat here
J. Talavera 110 Not good enough
B. Baeza 112 Gets stern test here
E. Dairio ioa Not against these
H. Hidalgo 107x Must go back down
J. Reyes 110 Poor recent races
A. Lorless 105x Good early speed

6th Race "Spicier Imp. 6 Fes. Purse $650.00 Pool CI
1Sin Batas A. Credidio 108 Early speed only
2La Pelirroja F. Sanchez 100x Not good enough
3Sala le H. Hidalgo 97x Quits badly in stretch
4(Nairobi B. Baeza 115 Should score again
5(Pops S. Hernandez 115 Could take it all
6Picco lino) H. Gustines 115 Dangerous contender
7Falange) F. Alvarez 103 Rates good chance
8Santanero) J. Ul loa 110 .Reportedly improved

Fgs. Put's $45000 P01 1
106 Not good enough
110 Could surprise
105x Good early speed
103x Bad legs hamper
119 Brief early speed
115 Quits under pressure
105x Usually moves late
97it Waste of time
110 No. 1 contender
111x Could make it here
110 Nothing in months

1Dlocese F. Alvarez 112 Should get up here
2Kadir H. Pitty 105x Nothing in months
3Sputnik B. Baeza 113 Jockey gives chance
4Germanio J. P. Diaz 99x Ran well in last
5Lobo R. Cruz 110x Would pay nice odds
6Sicabu H. Hidalgo 97x Could be upsetter
7Red Label F. Sanchez 102xNot good enough
8Neeful H. Gustines 113 Hard to beat now
9Melendez J. Phillips 105 Rates good chance
10Bacancito' O. Bravo 110 Could go all the way
11Sobor View D. Barret 110x Not against these
12(As You L.H. H. Macias 102xJockey handicaps
13(Ionlas Pet A. Gonzales 1M Early speed only

leth Race "A Press Classic" lni Purse MOO

Purse $600.00 Pool Clem;
Vastly improved
Jockey Will help
Could surprise
Must go lower
Could get up here
Early speed only
Quits after sprint
Ran weU in last
Poor ride in last
Would pay off here
Depends on start
Usually quits
Form indicates

1Bob J. Moe 118 Seems best here
2Pan Tostado B. Baeza 118 Could get up in time
3Granadero R. Vasquez 118 Doesn't seem likely
4Don Lticho H. Gustines 1IR Will fight it out
5Nebrista J. Rodriguez 115 Fractious; dangerous
6Tatin V. Castillo 118 Doesn't rate here

lltb Esc 5tb loris Imp. 7 Fps. Puri' $500.00 Pool 1
1Sapristi F. Hidalgo 115 Early speed only
3Maniart H. Gustines110 Will fight it out
3Farallon V. Castillo 110 Better this week
4Blaneor O. Bra Vo 115 Reportedly improved
5Aldar J. Samaniego 113 Early speed only
5Skoll B. Baeza 113 Sheep among wolves
7Albirense .- J. Ulloa 115 In fight to finish

Faltering Philip i

topides would Imo WI bona Me solo.
it. Moo Wide. fuel Oho TIM olwaS

Closss 1:00

Nand. Fos.Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2:00
J. 1.11 loa 112 Improving steadily 5-2
A. Lor less 107xCould score at price 8-1
C. Ruiz 115 Nothing to indicate 50-
Hernandez 112 Seems best here
H. Hidalgo 111xHas strong finish 8-1
D. Barrett 109xUsually close up 3-1

Pool Closes 2:30



Clous 3:40

Pool Clues 4:40

9th Roca 3rd Sari's imp. 7 Fps. ONE TWO
Purse $650.00 Peal Closs 5:15 "Annotmcrs' Day Handicap"

Pool Closes 5:40

Pool Clow .



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The best imported three-year-old
thoroughbreds will match strides
this afternoon at the President
Remon racetrack in the annual
$2,000 one mile Press Classic.
The probable mutuels favorite
is speedy Argentine bred Bob
which bt ridden by Jose (J (Jilin.
ilin. (Jilin. Second choice Pan Tosta Tostado
do Tostado will have the advantage in
jockeyship. He will be ridden by
leading jockey Brau lio Baeza.
Don Lucho is expected to go off
the third choice but he could be
the second favorite in this race.
He will be ridden by Heliodoro
Outsiders Nebrisca, Tatin and
Granadero will be under the re respective
spective respective guidance of Julio Rodri Rodriguez,
guez, Rodriguez, Virgilio Castillo and Ruben
All except the filly Nebrisca
will note 18 pounds. Nebrisca
gets a three-pound allowance and
will carry 115. She is a possible
Members of the Fourth Estate,
led by Panama Newsmen's Asso Association
ciation Association president Ricardo Lince,
will be the guests of the race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Radio announers and news
commentators will be guests of
the track also. They will be hon honored
ored honored with the running of the sec secondary
ondary secondary attraction the Radio Radiomen's
men's Radiomen's Handicap.
The Radiomen's Handicap shapes
up as a wide open race 41 which
13 third series imported racers
will vie for top honors. The $650
seven furlong dash has attracted
Diocese, Kadir, Sputnik, Germani
Lobo, Sicabu, Red Label, Neeful,
Melendez, Bacancito Sover View,
As You Like Her and Ionia Pet.
Baclincito, Neeful, Diocese and
Sputnik seem to be the best of
the groun but anything could han hanpen,
pen, hanpen, and usually does, in a big
field like this.
Nine other intersting races com complete
plete complete the card.
Yesterda V Yucatan scored a
sensational head victory over odds oddson
on oddson mutuels favorite El Timcbi
thanks to a brilliant ride bl lead leadinv
inv leadinv jockey Baeza.
Confident Braulio got Yucatan
off to a good. start and was going
second to El Tunchi when they
took the first turn. Baeza, how however.
ever. however. eased back on the reins and
Yucatan drooped back to last
Place when the horses swung into
the backstretch.
El Tunchi continued to set his
pace under restraint and some
three furlongs out when Yucatan
started his bid, Fernando Alvarez,
up on El Tunchi, gave his mount
the gun and El Tunchi quickly
opened a two-length margin.
Yucatan gradually cut down the
lead, however, and by the time
they flashed past the final furlong
pole. El Tunchi only led by one
length. In the run to the wire,
Baeza's powerful hand ride had
Yucatan fairly flying and the
game black horse pushed his head
over the wire in front of El Tunchi
amid the roar of the excited fans.
Form was the keynote of the af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The only longshot was El
Pequefio which paid $23.20.
The dividends:
1Cindertrack $7.60, $7.20
2Pepin $7.20
1Elko 86.60, $2.60
2Hermelina $2.60
Cindertrack-Alhajar $7.80
1Tremal Naik $3, $2.20
2Charlie Grants $2.20
1E1 Pequeiio $23.20, $5.60
ZZia $12.80
Quiniela: 816.60
1Shah Gal (excluded from
2--Julie $3.80
3--No place betting
1MI Cautiva $9.80, ;5.60
2la co $10.60
1Abolengo $4, $2.60
2Pangal $3.40
1Luzbel $3.80, $2.20

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Milwaukee 34 j'23- -.596
xSan Francisto 23 25 .569 1
Los Angeles .111 28 ,.525 4
Chicago 30 29 .508 5
Pittsburgh 30 29 .508 5
ancirtnati 27 31 .466 7
St. Louis 24 32 :.429 9
xPhiladelphia 21 33 .389 1114
itNight game not included.

Today's Games
Cincinnati at St. Louis (2)
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (2)
Milwaukee at Chicago
San Francisca at Philadelphia

Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 000 012 000-3 11 0
Pittsburgh 000 210 02x-5 11 0
Koutax, Fowler (6), Labine (8)
and Roseboro: Kline (6-2) and Bur.
gess. LP-Fowler (3-4).)
Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 8 1
St. Louis- 100 230 10x--7 11 0
Petia, Smith (5), O'Toole (7)
and Dotterer: Jackson (5-5) and
H. Smith. LP-Peiia (3-4). H11.-C1-
moll (6), Musial (5).
Milwaukee 200 020 000-4 8 1
Chicago 010 000 001-2 9 2
Spahn, McMahon (9) and Cran Crandall;
dall; Crandall; Anderson:Hillman (5). Sin Singleton
gleton Singleton (8) and Nieman. VVP-Spahn
(8-7). LP-Anderson (3-5).

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San Francisco at Phialedlphia
(Night Game).

2Altagraela $2.40
Quiniela: $3.40
IConstantino $2.60, $2.20
2Gavilan $2.20
One-Two $8-60
IYucatan $5.80, $2.40
2E1 Tunehi $2.20
1Cerveeern 88.40, $410
2,--Tarasen $25-80
One-Two: $266-20


DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
Nat "King" Cole
Pearl Bailey
Mon. "The True Story of
Lynn Stuart"

Tues. "The True Story of
Lynn Stuart"



Also Showing MONDAY!

New Pirk
Kansas City

Yesterday's Results
(Called by rain after g innings)
Detroit 029 001 01-.4 0
New York 201 201 00.4 9, 0
Bunning, Bun ;side (5), Morgan
(7) and Berberet; Larsen, Dittmar
(6), and Berra. WP-Lareen (6-1).
LP-Bunning 5 5). HRSMantle (13),
Berbevet (7). Thronebetry (3), Ku Kubek
bek Kubek (3), Maxwell (13).

Cleveland 000 114 101-8 11 2
Washington 010 221 100-7 11 3
Garcia, Podbielan. Perry and
Brown; Ramos, Wall, Griggs and
Courtney. WP-Perry. LP-Griggs.
HRS-Power, Co !alit, Webster, Ki Killebrew,
llebrew, Killebrew, Hamner, AI 119411.

Kansas City 000 000 100-1 6 0
Boston 100 000 32x-6 13
Herbert, Dickson (7), Gorman
(6) and Chid; Brewer (44) and
Daley. LP-Herbert (1-5). HRHa HRHaleY
leY HRHaleY (1).

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- American Leaive

31 25 ',.5.54
29 24 '.547
39 211 ..536 1
29 '27 .5134 2
27 27 2 .5007 3
29 27- 49
24 32'i:.42 7
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Today's Games T
Chicago at Baltimore (2)
Cleveland at Washington (2)
Detroit at New York (2)
Kansas City at Boston (2)
, ,

Chicago 001 000 030-4 7 0
Baltimore 202 000 02x-6 9 1
Shaw, Latman (3), Arias (7)
Staley (8) and Lollar; Brown,
Loes (8) ind Triandos, Ginsberg
(4). WP-Loes (4-2). LP-Staley
(2-2). 1111S-Triandos (14), Fox (2),
Boyd 1).

I MARGARITA 2:30 7:00
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Kim Novak
"Never Love a Stranger"

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'genuine Ulmer will tellf yoa a a,
, a, bout the CAC' old Thiolei. and there
. -o ---t -- isn't a Johnny-Come-Lately itl
. , baseball who has not heard or
-1- ..' i'::":4:1,:,..4:1 read of them. ; asi
,,,, ,,,,,::,,:,, They revolutionized the game
I ;:; ,:rzr..-,, winning National League pesmants
1 '1'4 VO 'N. r.:.. In 1894-9496i Ned Hanlon, their
- t : - manager, developed More player! Another n
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IVY LEAGUERA ball hit by the Milwaukee Braves' Henry
Aarmi parked leaping Lae Walls of the Chicago Cubs amid
the HT on Wrigley Field's right field wall.. Three-base hit.


does this carbo think, he is, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hoffa? Anyway, Eddie Ma Machen
chen Machen lasted longer in court with
Ingy Jehansson than he did in
the ring. Come td, think of it, we
have yet to see a panhandler
with-, a ,pan. :Truly romantic
cabbie would never have, kept the
meter running all"that ime. Sam.
Snead's statement he'd never lose
if he could play golf barefoot is
0 confounding to experts who in insist
sist insist his handicap is much high higher
er higher up. 'Naturally, Sugar Ray's
next stepwill be to impeach the
boxing commission, and it couldn't'
?happen to a more d,eserving
year when a fellow begins to won wonrer
rer wonrer what's so' remarkable about
the first robin.
ably the most surprised man in
North America was Ole' Case
when he learned, via the SEP,
how deeply indebted he is to Bill
Veeck for his 'brisebaa continui continuity.
ty. continuity. Wrote the Odd Character:
"He's been one of my favorite
guys since I tired him as m31
manager -at Milwaukee 15, years
ago.". Neeck had nothing to
do with hiring Stengel, but he did
have a great deal to do with fir firing
ing firing iii.m.yeeek had gone' tri the
Pacifi6,.ttio,seet 'a then about- a,'
war ,arld'A when inform weeks
later 411lit 'Stengel ha been tak taken
en taken mil by alvitsanciate.,,,he blew
a 'gasket, Stengel won 'the ;4.. 41,
nant thaVreat and was ,gone the
next. la Iltit4C days ife bad a 1
clown eiputation'ii'' and. V'e e k
wanted tin!i;x0m,petition.
BUTTS Itgi.)!','CONTROL.: Speak Speak,
, Speak, ing of Hoyt hultRelv
pitch, 'Gas Triandot says: ,,,"You
don't catch ft, you box it." la:ay
had the Giants let him
Catcher ,Wes Westrum's theory
is Wilhelm was miscast in relict.,
"He tried to throw too hard,
knowing he was going, to work'
only a short spell, and his con-1
trot auffered with his: kind of
stuff, slow and 'easy does it. Now
ss starter (with the Orioles ),
be knows- he must -pee. himself.;
So his control is sharper and he's
Winning." Voice from Ate bleacik
Ors: "And how." They'll do
it every time. Second childhood
manifests its presence 'in
tying way. Lefty ODoul (he
was a Yankee tryout in 1191 is
training for a bike race with a alive
live alive San Francisco restaurateur.
'PUNCH LINES: Despite claims
to the contrary, official power
tests show all golf balls are pret pretty
ty pretty much- alike. After the third
one, lhe same is tru,e of dry mar martoonies.
toonies. martoonies. Nile way things are
geing, it's impossible to say
which supply. will .be exhausted
prat: Racing drivers or specta spectators.
tors. spectators. .An honorary college de degree
gree degree Lou Little appreciates, but
there were many times in the,
past when the old Columbia
coach would have -much prefer.,
red a fast open field runner.
Greta Garbo is 54 this year, and
only a WI Weald. -.suggest she
now finds it easier 1,6,tefalone,.;.
.t.What we don't know doesn't
bother us, it's probably just as
well all state governors are not
subjected i2td psychiatric test s.
Most consistent thing. about har harness
ness harness racing is the way one scan scandal
dal scandal follows' another.
Buck never beamed -more trim trimpitently
pitently trimpitently after bagging a rhino
t an a June bride leaving the
etnirdt. .13oston scribes are be beOnning
Onning beOnning to question whether Ted
illiams' bat la sufficient conk
pensation for the old guy's field fieldint,
int, fieldint, throwing and running defi deficiencies.
ciencies. deficiencies. One' of the. press 'boners
J:'elicately reminds him that
t J. DiMaggio 11,t1 had it.
tat Answering a query:
, ijh 611


Winged Foot, locale of the Open,
gets its name from the New ork
AC emblem. Don't mention it,
chum. Me big bat the White
Sox wants belongs to Roy Sie Sievers
vers Sievers of the Senators Be lore
tackling the world, today's col college
lege college grad must, first solve the cri critical
tical critical probleth of how to get all
his hi-fi records home in one
member Remember all the hysteria over Wal Walter
ter Walter O'Malley's bamboo curtain in
the Dodgers' makeshift Los An Angeles
geles Angeles park a, year ago, and how
.230 hitters were going to demo demolish
lish demolish the Babe's home run record?
None of the locals came close,
while Ernie Banks of the Cubs
led the league vvith 47. And this
year, though the right-field bar barrier
rier barrier has also been shortened, the
Dodgers are fifth in homer ,pro ,production.
duction. ,production. Ev,en in the Little
Leagties, the first ,requisite to the
Jong ball is the ability to hit it.
New York's Bill Shea says a
third major league is much clos closer
er closer than anybody realizes, so don't
say you weren't, warned, .Mick .Mickey
ey .Mickey Mangle's done more walking
in the last 10 days than old Dan
O'Leary ever .did,
Ask grand Top; he'll tell you
about old pan.,
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organizing' committee for the 1960
winter Olympics emphasized to
Congress today that Nationalist
China hasand Red China has
natbeen invited to participate
in the competition at Uquaw
Valley,' Calif.
The committee's position was
set forth 'in a telegram sent to
several members of Congress,
The committee said the recent
action of the International-litympic
Committee IOC in regard
to Nationalist China created an
erroneous impression.
At a May 26 meeting in Mu Munich;
nich; Munich; Germany, the IOC withdrew
recognition of the Chinese NP
tional Olympic Committee, with
headquarters in T a ipe I, on
grounds that this groun did not
control sports on the China main mainland.'
land.' mainland.'
The action was to withdraw
rerognition of the name only and
not to expel Nationalist China
from the:I0C, the organizing com committee
mittee committee said.
However, the action in effect
()Pelted the door for P.-I rtdo. t"
re-apply for IOC membership. But
it is not now a- member.
Robert L. King. executive diror.
tor of the organizing committee
for the winter games. xaid the
recent action ckf the IOC "does
not make 'Red China a member
of, that body" and that "they
cannot itnd not participate'
In Of, winter games.
bility:"of a return ,to college foot footbill
bill footbill is 'under study at the timer timersity,,Of
sity,,Of timersity,,Of Chicago, John P. Nether-'
ton, dean of.--students, told a
"C','15anquet letto Ivinners
Thuraday night that his office is
maldng studies of "specific and
prictical questions" connected
with resuming the sport.
DALLAS, Tex, (UPI)Charies
Dean Scott, 23, was so blisy try trying
ing trying to get the wrong key into the
ignition he didn't notice the re
turn of the car's owner. The own own.
. own. Police Cant. Chris Kockos. ar arrested
rested arrested him for attempted theft.

'genuine olchtimer will tellfyoa
bout the 1)1C-old Drio lei' and there
isn't a Johnny-Come-Lately in
baseball who has not heard or
read of them.
They revolutionized the game
winning National League pennants
in 1894-94.96i Ned Hanlon, their
manager, developed' more players
of lasting 'fame than any other
leaderJohn McGraw, Witoert
Robinson. Hughes Jennings, Wee
Willie Keeler, Fielder Jones, Kid
Gleason and Big Dan Broutims,
among them.
But this piece has to do with
the new new Orioles, who In this
book are little less remarkable
than the old, old edition: Hailion
was first to employ the switch a against
gainst against right and left-hand pitch pitcheraHe
eraHe pitcheraHe did this SS years before
Casey Stengel started juggling
New York Yankees.
The big differenc'e between
Hanlon and Stengel and Paul
Richards the present Sal t
more custodian, is. that they bad
richly-qualified. athletes to ,juggle,
.THE Mt ORIOLES fighting
for the Aziieeican League lead
with one-third of the seaaoil gone
is niOre extraordinary then the
Yankees' early nose dive with
the. one having much to do with
the other.
As a matter of fact, the strangely-assembled
Chesapeake covey
had much to do with the B(OnX.
party's lack of early foot, having
beaten the, erstwhile Bembers
seven times, more than any oth other
er other club in the wheel.

Svengali Richards' three year
contract at $45,000 and five ents
for every home paid admission
above 900,000 expires this fall,
Joseph A. W. Iglehatt, chairman
of the board of directers, makes
it clear that the old catcher can
remain as long as be cares to.
alehart didn't get to be a New
York IIIVeStMtnt broker end tele television
vision television tycoon far nothing. He re realizes,
alizes, realizes, you see, that br. Rieh Rieharde
arde Rieharde private needle has much
te do with making the Ori Olts
HAVE 'a secret formula to make
the new, new Orioles run. Paul
was sorely handicapped last sea season
son season by an almost total lack of
hitting in the infield.
Having no quality, outside of
Gus Triandos, the home run
manufacturing catcher, the GI'
Clo'seman of Baseball went in
for quantity. He'd do the best he
could to build an attacking and
a defensive' unit. Chico Carras Carrasquel
quel Carrasquel starts at short-stoo, Bob Nie Nieman
man Nieman in left field and Gene Wood,
ling in right. Jim Finigan and
Billy Klaus alternate at third
base. Carrasquel has a chronic
bad arm. Baserunners just keepl
going when balls are hit in the
direction of Nieman and Woad WoadBut
But WoadBut give the Orioles any kind
of a lead and in go Willie Miran Miranda
da Miranda at shortstop and Alble Pier Pierson
son Pierson and Al Pilarcik in the out outfield.
field. outfield. .i
obtained from Washington in ex exchange
change exchange for Lenny Green, more
or,Jess typifies the present Beni Benim3re
m3re Benim3re delegation. When Ray
Moore of the White Sox question questioned
ed questioned an umpire's call of ball on a
pitch to Pearson, the arbiter ex explained
plained explained -,that it was too low.
'There's' no piece to pitch that
fellow low," replied Moore.
Hoyt Wilhelm is the last of a
long list of 7etread pitchers given
a new lease on life by Richards,
who transformed the eccentric
Billy Loes into an outstanding re relief
lief relief worker.
Richards employed SI players In
four consecutive games, winning
three. A good share of the Oriole
victories have been won by one
run. He used 18 players against
the White Sox the other after afternoon
noon afternoon and; there were twd outs in
the 17th before the Orioles were
beaten by Earl Torgeson's home
run. ,'
The old, old Orioles wrote ex exciting
citing exciting chapters ot 'history, but
baseball people of today will nev never
er never forget the Job Paul Richards
is now doing with the new, new
The American Women's Open golf
tournament, starring47 ef the na.
tion's top femiaine players, will
open today at the Erookvkw Coun.
try Club, with a break from the
weatherman. Tourney officials
said the course was in good con.
dition despite heavy cloudbursts
which washed out Thursday's
scheduled opening of the -7,500
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Carpi Zone Government
BasketbaH Loop Opens

Another new basketball season
began on Monday, June 8, for
the Canal Zone (government Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League. Four teams have
been entered for the 1959 season
play which will consist of an a agents
gents agents schedule, terminating with
tne annual round-robin ourna ournamatt
matt ournamatt in August to determine the
Izague's champion.
The teams consist of players
employed by l'anCanal, The U. s.
Army, servicemen stationed in
the Canal---Zone, college students
who have returned form the
Stites for the summer, and Ju Junior
nior Junior College and Balboa Nigh
School student.
The league has proved to be a
fast one in the past and after
completion of the first week of
play, is proving so again this
Season. The games art played in
Balboa Gymnasium 'every eve evening
ning evening at 5 p,m. on Monday, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Gary Riley's "Executives" have
taken the number one position
with two straight wins this past
week. "The Executives" opened t
season with a resounding 59-
47 win over Dick Gayer's "Yen "Yenkeemen."
keemen." "Yenkeemen." Leading the "Exec's" in the
scoring column was Don Alexan Alexander
der Alexander with 15 points, clOsely follow followed
ed followed by Jack Perantie and Danny
Winklosky with 14 points apiece.
Leading the losing Gayer quintet
in scoring was Doug Pajak with
a big 17 points, followed closely
by the Y'Ankeemen's center Frtd
Raybcturne with 14 points.
Tht Riley hoopsters copped
their second win of the young
season with a run-away win over
Abdiel Flynn's Vagabonds en
Wednesday, with a 72-59 victory.
The Wore at half-time was a
close 28-24, but the Execs rbroke
the game open in the fine quar quarter
ter quarter with a sizzling fast break
Again leading the Exec's of offense
fense offense in the scoring column was
5' 9" Don Alexand?r, former JC
hoop star, with a big 24 points
and Jumping Danny Winklosky
with 12 points.
Leading Flynn's Vagabonds in
the scoring column was Ray Nes Nesbitt
bitt Nesbitt wos supported in the scoring
offense by Bert Joyce's 15 points,
and Bill Joyce's 11 points.
,Abby Flynn's Vagabond quintet
opened the 1951 season' with, an
emphatic 58-48 win over
Delamater's Vets. For the open opening
ing opening game of the season, both
squads displayed fine "hooting a ability,
bility, ability, hitting the hoop or a
fine shooting percentage. Pacing
the Flynn hoopsters in the' scor scoring
ing scoring was forward Bert Joyce with
18 points, closely followed Char Charley
ley Charley Carratini with 17 points and
Ray Nesbitt with 14 points.
Leading the losing Vet's was

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It was cool tn the gathering dusk
but hot on the practice tee. Tne
tall, slope-shouldered man blister blistering
ing blistering the air with his language
and the fury of his swing.
Sam Snead was steaming mad.
At himself, you must under understand.
stand. understand. Sam blames nobody but
himself for the 73 he fired Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the opening round of the
never-never land which the U.S.
Open gold championshin is to
It lefthim four shots hack of
the pace in a frustrating 19-year
quest for golfing glory.
Sam seethed. He lashed himself
with scorn, with disdain. He
called himself a coward and gold goldp4ted
p4ted goldp4ted idiot.
Because this is all that's lack lacking
ing lacking for Sam Snead, once a bare barefooted
footed barefooted kid is the Virginia hills
and now one of the most !affirms
players the game of golf ever has
But he has never been able' to
win the Open.
He was close. So close that the
most fleeting of smiles rom
the fickle lady called luck could
have made him a man above and
beyond the likes of the Vardons,
the Sarazens nd Hagens, and
even the Joneses and the Hogan&
Three 4 Time Winners
Because if young Sam Snead Snead25
25 Snead25 years young in 1937 wben he
lost it the first timehad taken it
then he admits he "might save
won-it a fiall dozen time!
Three men have won it four
times. It t would be Bobby
Jones, Ben Hogan and ancient
Willie Anderson. So six would put
the Slammer- in A class by him himself.
self. himself. But 4 handsome, locurly-haired
gent named Ralph' Guldshi came.
swinging ;out 'of' 'nether dusk, aft after
er after young Sim Silead had set
new National Open record,' end
picked up the golden marbles. Aft After
er After that it, got worse.
Three other times he was sec second,
ond, second, once losing in a playoff.
Another time he threw it away
with, a horrendous eight onthe,
Final hole which made Slammin1
lam dear to the heart of every
hacker in the world.

"Lefty" George Tocherman with
16 po.nts, Waily Trout with 10
points and Charley "Stork" Nor Norris
ris Norris with ft points. But, the Dela Delameter
meter Delameter five recouped their loss by
winning their second game of
the young season with a hard
fought 50-41 win over Dick Gay Gayer's
er's Gayer's supported by Henry Han Hanson
son Hanson with 11 markers. The losing
Gayer five was paced by Tommy
Cunningham, former BHS hoop
star, with 11 points, and lanky
former BHS round ball standout,
Doug Pajak with 10 points.
With the completion of the
first week of play. it appears that
Riley's Exec's are the team to
best. The Exec's displayed a fine
and effective fast break-offense
which they combined with 7
fine shooting percentage to easi easily
ly easily cop their first two games.
Abdiel Flynn's Vagabonds CUM
the closest to sending the Exec'
down to defeat, but a final
quarter scoring splurge put on
by the league's number one scorer,
DWI Alexander and the league's
niimber five scorer Jack Parantie
put the game and win "on lee"
for the Riley Executives. The
Vet's George Tocherman is giv giving
ing giving The Exec's Alexander a run
in the league's scoring race, with
only a mere two points separat separating
ing separating the two men.
Flynn's Vagabonds have two
men right up at the top n the
scoring race with Ray Nesbitt
in the No. 3 scoring position and
Bert Yoyce in the No.-4 position.
The celler-dwelling Gayer Yen Yenkoemen
koemen Yenkoemen have sorely missed the
services of their able captaln,
DiCk Gayer, but Doug Pajek hat
taken up some of the slack with
his fins shooting to put himself
the No. 6 scoring postion.
The second week of play gets
under way os Monday, June 15,
with the second place Flynn
Vagabonds clashing with the
cellar-dwelling Gay9r Yenkeemen:
the game getting under way
promptly at 5 p.m. Those wishing
information concerning any of
the league's activities are re req.
q. req. u. .e s .to.. c.o. n. t a.c.t., o. n y..
the league's official scorer.
Team Standings
Riley 2 0
Flynn 1 1
Dela meter 11 1
Gayer 0 2
' Ton Top Scorers
3 I
Alexander D. (R)
Tocherman, G. D) 2
Nesbitt, R. IF) 2
Joyce, Bert (I') 2
Perantie, J. (R) 2
Pajak, D. (G ) 2
Winklosky, D. (R) 2
Cunningham, T. (G) 2
Trout, W. (D) 2
Raybourne, F. (G) 2
But at 47, even if you're as
fit and strong as this man from
the mountaim, you don't have too
many more rhances left.
So this is it.
Was Sharp Getting Ready
Getting ready, Sam amazed
them all. He was splitting the
fairways with his drives, employ employing
ing employing his irons with the deft touch
of a pick pocket and adressing
home putts with a lover's touch.
Yet he remembered the past.
"i always go good in practice,"
he said cautiously. "But when
they ring the bell, I always seem
to go through the windshield."
Yet he was hopeful.
So Thursday, in the first round,
Slammin' Sam, a heartstring fa favorite
vorite favorite from Florida to Fujiyama.
walloped himself out a 73 which
left him four shots off the pace
and filled him once again with
angry despair.


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during a refresher course in water safety. The
Peter Barr of the Balboa Fire Station. Looking
Balboa gymnasium who was in charge of he re
at the left, Aloha Baumbach working over Don
Brian Cox playing the part of the victim.

Little Leaguers Go To College4-
As Colby Builds Field For

LITTLE LEAGUERS IN Water Watervilie,
vilie, Watervilie, Me., are going o college,
but they are carrying bats, ba Ils
and gloves insteau oi 000ks.
Colby College has constricted
a regulation Little League n se- 1
ball field on its campus for the t
exclusive use of the W a tervilie
small fry.
The decision to build the field
is explained by Colby Vice Pres President
ident President A. Galen Eustis, who says
"The college recognizes the great
importance of Little League in
our community. It is conscious
of the time and effort Waterville
citizens devote to Allis program.
Colby is trying to do-- its snare
by providing a much needed
, playing field."
The training department of
Little League Baseball has Loin Loinpleted
pleted Loinpleted three new film strips,
"Training Tips for Little Leagu Leaguer,"
er," Leaguer," "How to Help Hitters" and
"Umpiring in Little Le a gu e,'
which are now available at Little
League headquarters in Mika m
sport, Pa.
Jo Cardamons, a hardhit ling
catcher for the Lock Haven, Pa..
League World Series in 1949, is
now managing a team there.
Either Leg
As Leader
CUE Cushman is bringing a new
technique into 400-meter hurdling
ambidextrous scissoring over all
10 barriers.
His first trial run with this
new scheme produced a record
:52.6 for 440 yards in th-,
souri Valley Amateur Athletic
Union meet.
Cushman is believed to be the
first quarter mile hurdler ever
to employ either leg as a leader
or an even number of steps be between
tween between barriers, 14.
"When I used 15 steps," Cush Cushman
man Cushman said. I was always having
to chop my stride to keep irom
running up on a hurdle. When I
used 13 I lost speed and power
"I now take the first hurdle
right-legged and the second one,
which is on the first turn, left leftlegged.
legged. leftlegged. I pick up one or two
more on the far turn left-legged,
"I hurdle now with whichever
leg comes up first."
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brush up on artificial respiration team:1(1u,.
instructor. kneeling at the right, is Sergeant.,
on In the brckground is Ross Anderscn, of the,.
esher course. Giving ai,ificial respirationare,
Connor, and .on the right, Mrs. Pat Bailey,. with::

Ed Kilda, pitching and batting
star of the Monogahela team
which went to the Little League
World Series final in 1952, is a
sophomore slugger and pitcuing
phenom for Pennsylvania State.
Sponsor of The Stars team in
the Vithory National Little
League of North liollywood.
Calif., is Jerry Lewis, the mov moving
ing moving picture comedian. On open opening
ing opening daY he participated in the
ceremonies by serving as the fun fungo
go fungo hitter lor the fielding drilis,
each team.
Bangkok Little Leaguers play
in the National Stadium of That-,
Players .in the Manila BaY
Little League. in the Philippine
Islands include Charles E. Bohl Bohlen,
en, Bohlen, Jr., son of the United States
ambassador to that country, and
Joe Parsons, whose.father, Chick
Parsons, is president of the A Asian
sian Asian Amateur Baseball ASSOOLI ASSOOLItion.
tion. ASSOOLItion. Taking a page from the book
of Angel Macias, the ambclex ambclexirous
irous ambclexirous ace of the 1957 L;ttle
League champions, from Monter

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FOR RENT:I Cangreio, very
cool. comfortable furnished. two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard. Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:--One two bedroom
apartment, hot water installation
with heater. maid's room, large
porch, elevator service, two both
rooms. Also one room studio
apartment with all utilities, suit suitable
able suitable for office or small families.
Edificio Campo Alegre. Via Es EsPails,
Pails, EsPails, across The Panami Hilton,
ask for Altman. Phone 1-1409.
FOR RENT:--Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious;
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Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
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IBoots & Motors
FOR SALE:--14 foot boat and
trailer $27S, 18 h.p. lohnson,
Mr. Sweeney, 3-6426, morn mornings.
ings. mornings. Ca Iholic Missionary
Detained In Chinese
Hospital, Says Paper
Catholic newspaper reported yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Bishop James Walsh,
last American Catholic Missionary
in Communist China, was ell
"but still under detention in a
Shanghai hospital."
The newspaper, the Sunday Ex Examiner,
aminer, Examiner, did not give the source of
the report. It was the first word
concerning the welfare of the el elderly
derly elderly Maryknoll Missionary re received
ceived received here since reports last
February that he had been
transferred to the hospital from
prison. The Communists never
disclosed the nature of his illness.
Last December. the Chinese an announced
nounced announced that the bishop had been
arrested for violations of unspeci unspecified
fied unspecified laws.
Bishop Walsh has remained in
China voluntarily. lie had been
offered 84 exit permit in 1955 aft after
er after the CoMmunists agreed at GP GPneva
neva GPneva to release some Americans.
But he turned it down, saying he
would leave only if expelled.
Bishop Walsh has worked in
China since 1918, with the excep exception
tion exception of a two-year visit to the
United States.
The newspaper also reported
confirmation of reports that the
Communists had arrested six Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Jesuit priests in Shanghai re recently.
cently. recently. The new arrests brought to
12 the number of Catholic priests
seized in recent months, the news newspaper
paper newspaper said.
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FOR SALE:-1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, vitra wire wheels, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, tonneau cover, excetiont
condition. Call Sgt. Negron Pt
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:--1958 Fiat station
wagon $1450. Original cost
SI960. Tel. 4-379.
FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth V V8.
8. V8. powerflite, many more extras.
81350. Homo 828-3461. Duty
FOR SALT:-1950 Buick $350.
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 SALE:--1949 Cadillac, good
condition, tires, upholsterv. Price
S250.00. Phone 36-412 House
247-B. Coco Solo.
51650 00. Estacin Pasadena.
Near Cerveceria.
FOR SALE: 1956 Victoria,
many extras. Price right. Call
Gattin 532
TO TRADE: 1'754 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtop Riveria, Dynaflow,
good tires, excellent mechanical
condition. Desire 195S-1957 4-
door Station Wagon with auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Pay cash
difference. Call Quarry Heights
FOR SALE :-19S9 Ford V8 4-
door Hardtop Galaxie, many
extras. House 151I-A Akee
Street, Balboa.
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TV, Radios, Hi-Fi Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
Ave 18-20 Tel 2-1905.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
British Mark
11 Years Of
Health Plan
"cradle to the grave" health
prograni atarks its llth anniver anniversarp
sarp anniversarp in luly and, although it still
had its critics its political suc success
cess success can be measured by the fact
that b6th parties claim they
thought of it first.
Because the scheme was intro introduced
duced introduced in 1948 during a Labor
government, it is generally re referred
ferred referred to outside Britain, and
sometimes inside too, as social socialized
ized socialized medicine.
In an any event, it works this
way: Aiults pay nine shillings,
eleven pence weekly (about $1.40)
as their contributions to old age
and unemployment insurance as
well as complete helath coverage
for themselves and their depend dependents.
ents. dependents. This entitles them to medical,
dental, surgical and optical care,
hospital or sanatoritTin tr ea t tment,
ment, tment, and so on. In fact, any anything
thing anything that might happen to a
person's health from birth to
death is provided for almost com completely
pletely completely without cost.
At fin t, everything was free.
'But because some patients tend tended
ed tended to ahuse the right to demand
medical attention, small charges
were levied on certain services
for example, one shilling or 14
cents on each perescription and
various small sums for full sets
of false teeth, spectacles, wigs
and the' apparatus.
trolman (UPIIPatrolman Joseph Ryan was given
permission yesterday to leave his
beat and deliver a Dockage to his
home. Ile returned with a burglar
he had found ransacking his
CHICAGO Three boys were
home again today after an unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful 19-hour journey in search
of a haunted house. The boys ex explained
plained explained why they had carried so
much with them on tiv. trip:
The candles were to light the
;rutted house: cal) pistols to
frighten ghosts; rubbing alcohol.
for any ghost inflicted wounds;
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FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford Fairlane 500. excel excellent
lent excellent condition, call Curundu
FOR SALE:Store No. 1062 Rio
Abaio, equipment, ice box, slicer,
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
Stinson, V-77, 300 hp Lycoming,
new 50 yr. fiberglass skin, 5
place, V2 ton cargo or photo
mapping. Rough field perform performance.
ance. performance. Hangared Maracaibo. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice $5 000 cash. Original
owner Stateside. Will deliver.
Cable or write DAYO, Punto
FOR SALE:We haye iust 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.
IMotorcycles 1
FOR SALE:Almost new Lam Lam!netts
!netts Lam!netts motor scooter, call Curun Curundu
du Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:Cushman Motor
Scooter 1959 Model, Engine re rebuilt,
built, rebuilt, new carbureter, new paint
job. Excellent condition. Call
Quarry Heights 4172,
Chicago Syndicate
Agent Who Bribed
lawman Jailed
Tom Morgan, branded by the
Senate Rackets Committee as a
top agent of the Chicago crime
syndicate, was jailed yesterday
on charges of trying to bribe a
Morgano's arrest late yesterday
near the campus of Valpa Valparaiso
raiso Valparaiso University was a direct out outgrowth
growth outgrowth of the Senate committee's
investigation of vice in Indiana's
Lake County.
Citizens' groups meanwhile
pressed demands for a cleanup in
the steel-rich county dominated
by the cities of Gary and Ham Hammond.
mond. Hammond. Proposals included a de demand
mand demand by the Lake County Council
of Churches for a special session
of the Legislature, but Gov. Har Harold
old Harold Handley turned it down.
Morgano vvas picked up after
Deputy Sheriff Harold Rayder
signed an affidavit repeating
charges he made last week before
the rackets committee.
Rayder testified Morgan of offered
fered offered him $100,000 March 28 in
return for a monopoly on prosti prostitution
tution prostitution and pinball machines in
Port er County, which adjoins
The deputy sheriff said Mor Morgan
gan Morgan approached him as a repre repre,pniativ,
,pniativ, repre,pniativ, of Chic a go mobster
Sam (Mooney) Giancanna,
Sheriff Edward Buchanan and
deputy William Koser arrested
Morgan, 59, as he was about to
get into his car outside the Col College
lege College Inn, a pizza restaurant Mor Morgan
gan Morgan ?gyrates near the Valparaiso
University campus.
Mornno refused to enter a
plea Friday and bond was set at
$25.000. Ilis arraignment was post postponed
poned postponed until Tklonday on Morgano's
request for time to get an attor attorney.
ney. attorney. The take County Council of
Churches also demanded immedi immediate
ate immediate dismissal of chief Deputy
Prosecutor M e I r o Bolovachka
and two of h s Investigators.
Rackets Committee Chairman
Sen. John McClellan M-Ark.) has
called Itolovachka "an operating
part of the cri m in a syndicate
wbich conducted vice and gam gambling."
bling." gambling." The Gary crime committee fol followed
lowed followed hy scheduling n mass meet meeting
ing meeting for Monday night and invited
members of the crime committee
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FOR SALE: 1956 Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Deluxe automatic washing
machine, good condition. Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4223, Qtrs. 125-A.
FOR SALE:Mics Household
good and Venetian blinds. House
571I-C. Shonts Shoot, Diablo.
FOR SALE:--7 piece Rattan Hy.
ingroom set, almost new, maho mahogany
gany mahogany licorera and bedroom set,
other household items. Paraiso
664-6, phone 4391.
FOR SALLRattan sofa, four
chairs, two tables, foam rubber
cushions; mahogany coffee table;
deep freezer 12 cu. ft, girls
bicycle, Amador 5197.
FOR SALE: Mahogany table
and four chairs, mahogany step
end table, two solid Poplar twin
beds, two Goodyear foam latex
mattres, two springs, two night
stands., one large dresser, House
356 Apt. 2. Ancon.
FOR SALE:International Har Harvester
vester Harvester U pright F 15
cu. ft. capacity Westinghouse au automatic
tomatic automatic 110-220 Volt clothes
dryer; General Electric Mobile
Maid Dishwasher, Appliances 60
cvcle, Outdoor Swing set (2
Swings & Teeter Totter). Call
Quarry Heights, 4172 for details.
Special Offers I
AMA. PANAMA. Defense Secretary
Unveils New Plans
Against Missiles
Secretary Neil H. McElroy yester yesterday
day yesterday unveiled a pew air defense
plan calling for a five-year $1,500,-
000,000 cutback in defense against
manned bombers and heavy new
emphasis on protection against
enemy missiles.
The plan reflected the govern government's
ment's government's apparent aonviction that
any enemy attack on this country
would be launched by interconti intercontinental
nental intercontinental missilea rather than
manned planes. However, de defenses
fenses defenses will be maintained against
both for at least five years.
McElroy outlined the new "mas "master
ter "master plan" at a closed-door meet meeting
ing meeting of the Senate Armed Services
Committee., An account of his re report
port report later was made public, ap apparently
parently apparently at t h e insistence of
Chairman Richard B. Russell OD ODGa.)
Ga.) ODGa.) and other committee mem members.
bers. members. Russell said McElroy's plan
called for a cutback in both anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft missiles involved in the
current Army-Air Force feud
the Army's Nike-Hercules and the
Air Force's Bomarc. The Bomarc
would take the biggest percen percentage
tage percentage cut, at least for now.
At the same time, research and
development on the Army's Nike NikeZeus,
Zeus, NikeZeus, an anti-missile missile, will
be stepped up "considerably"
with the spending of an additional
157 million dollars in the 12
months starting July 1. Russell
called the Nike-Zeus the "hope for
the future" in defending against
enemy rockets.
When perfected, the Nike-Zeus
will be capable of carrying nu nuclear
clear nuclear warheads for the destruc destruction
tion destruction of oncoming missiles in or
above the atmosphere. Develop-,
ment of this weapon may call for
much greater defense spending in
years to come. Russell said it
could run into "billions."
As outlined by Russell, McEl McElroy's
roy's McElroy's plan called for a cutback of
25 million dollars in spending on
the Bomarc and a reduction of
82 million dollars for the Nike NikeHercules
Hercules NikeHercules in programs previously
authori7ed by Congress.
Russell was not completely sold
on the new plan. He said he gen

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FOR SALlirLote 500 and 1.000
' meters, in the Nuevo Hip &Immo
Urbanization across the Ramon
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front& sewage. water main and
eisctricity. Call W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE:Chalet in Las Cum Cumbres
bres Cumbres $15,000 concrete and tile,
2 bedroom, 112 bathroom, 210-
2nd St., Casa Karoh, open daily
for inspection.
FOR SALE:Farm Repose 93 in
the main road 4 minutes from
Aduana Arraiiin. Modern two
bedroom house, running water,
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ail kinds. owner living.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., "Ditch "Ditchdiggers
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good value. Attractive homes at
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geant sergeant for 30 years, co White WhiteRobinson
Robinson WhiteRobinson Realty, Inc., 121 9th
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Not Available! Phooey! Every.
thing's ivailable here! S. S. S.
Zymois 'Frolics Co Wens Stimu Stimudents,
dents, Stimudents, Five Day Deodorant Pads.
Canal Zone Pharmacy.
Worried about those pimples,
blackheads, etc? Get Clearsil.
We've got it! Canal Zone Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy Embarassed by those warts? Get
rid of them! Compound W is lust
the thing for It. Canal Zone
Attention! Canal Zona Mothers:
Yours for the asking. Diaparenc
pHisoHex. pHisoderm, Desitin.
Canal Zone Pharmacy.
From Maier Welton. Call Cu Curondo
rondo Curondo 3188.
IAnimals I
FOR SALE:Doberman Finschor
pups. Call 2-1879, for informa information.
tion. information. FOR SALLBoston Terrier pup puppy's
py's puppy's AKC registered. Plisse Navy
3986 between 9 cm. te 7 p.m.
thence Jury Must
Forego TV Program
London Judge Says
LONDON (UPI) A Liberace
television blackout was in effect
today for the 10 men and two
women who eventually must de decide
cide decide whether the American enter entertainer
tainer entertainer was libeled by Daily 'Mir 'Mirror
ror 'Mirror columnist William Connor.
The case has been adjourned
until Monday. Justice Cyril Sal Salmon
mon Salmon told the jury not to discuss
the trial or see the TV show Lib Liberace
erace Liberace is putting on tonight.
"I think it would be a good
thing if you don't watch the tele television
vision television performances," said. the
judge. "It might convey s right
or wrong impression in your
Liberace contends that Connor
wrote statements in 1956 implying
he was a homosexual. Connor de denies
nies denies this implication.
Connor took the stand for five
hours yesterday to disclaim any
personal malice toward the Amer American
ican American pianist.
"In his personal capacity he is
entirely tmknown to me, but 1
strongly dislike what he does on
the stage, in the concert hall, and
on television," he said.
COLUMBUS, Ohio The Ohio
State Senate voted formally
yesterday to extend the state
sales tax to gas-filled dirigibles.
erally approved of keeping boCi
the Nike-Hercules and Bomarc
but would have preferred deeper
cuts in both programs. He also
said the program did not have
the unanimous support of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff.


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prosperity far into the future..
Tho story tiles figures toll Is
this: regardless of doath, dis disability,
ability, disability, old ago retirement or
unomployomont, tho American
family will ,enjoy a measure of
imparallod future security un unless
less unless this built-in-security is obli oblitorated
torated oblitorated by all out inflation.
This year, American families
faced with any of the above cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances will receive more
than 34 million dollars under var various
ious various security programs. This is
exactly twice as much as they
would have gotten give years
ago, 12 tim,es as much as tOey
would have received in 1929.
The source for these figures is
the Institute of Life Insurance,
and its president, Holger J. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, points to the improved sta status
tus status of family financial security by
comparing a family situation to to'day
'day to'day with that of 30 years ago
Says he:
"In 1929 this family would
have had $4,500 of life insurance,
workmon's compensation for
job injury, but no pension,
health insurance, unomploy unomploymoot
moot unomploymoot benefits, nor social securi security.
ty. security. Tiloy would have had a
homo equity of shouts $2,000,
approximatoty $1,200 in savings
to cover all omergoncios and a.
bout $500 atter food, shelter,
clothing and taxes.
"Today the equivalent family
would probably have $11,000 in
life insurance, a pension plan to
provide more than $100 monthly,
a broad program of hospitaliza hospitalization,
tion, hospitalization, surgical and medical el el,
, el, Investor's Guido
C)..I can afford to twee IOW
each quarter, but have been won wondering
dering wondering whether I should borrow
$2,000 from a friend at four per percent,
cent, percent, put it all into stock now
and repay him at the rate of $5C
a quarter or merely invest the
$50 quarterly under the N.Y.
Stock Exchange plan.
A. I take it irom your letter
that the $2,000 would not be too
onerous a burden even if the plan
went sour. From this Toint of
view, I suppose you can argue it
either way.
However, I want to make this
If you invest $2,000 today, you
are committing yourself at to today's
day's today's prices for the next 10
years. I agree that the commis commissions
sions commissions on a $2,000 deal would be
substantially less than total com commissions
missions commissions on forty $50 purchases
let's say by about $100. But I
don't think that compensates you
for giving up dollar cost averag averaging
ing averaging over a 10 year period. You
can be sure that during that
time you will have lower stock
Unless you feel the market is
going to start climbing now and
continue on for the next 10 years,,
I would vote for the dollar cost
averaging system.
Q A couple of weeks ago you
advised a woman to invest her
Series E bond funds in some something
thing something else. I am 28, married, with
$3,700 of the bonds. Now I'm con concerned
cerned concerned about them.
A. A prescription for a elderly
woman is not necessarily the
proper one for a young man? If
this $3,700 represents your say say1ings,
1ings, say1ings, it is perfectly proper for
you to keep it or most of it
in E bonds. The woman in ques question
tion question was retired and needed cur current
rent current income.
Q. You recently said you a,re
willing, generally speaking, to
take the market price as an indi indication
cation indication of worth. Yet on one day
General Motors $5 preferred sells
say at 108 3-4 to yield 7.4 percent
and the $3.75 preferred at 83 to
yield 4.5. How do you explain
A. I explain it by sending you
back to the blackboard to do that
long division over again. Five di divided
vided divided by 108 3-4 work out to a
:yield of about 4.7 percentnot
' 7.4 and the $3.75 divided by 83
yields a shade above 4.5, so you
set there isn't much difference.
As to taking market price as
an indication of value:
I must caution you that applies
best to issues that are well known
such as the above examples, but
would not necessarily mean as
much in the case of little known
or obscure issues which would
have their market price curtail curtailed
ed curtailed by poor marketability or to
high flying glamor issued which
have had their market price
whooped up by current fancies,
for stocks of one category or an another.
other. another. In the general run of
stocks, though, I think the rule
has merit.

SUNDAY., JUNI 14, no

pense, possibly major medical
protection, workemen'e compensa compensation.
tion. compensation. unemployment benefits up te
$50 lieeicly, social security bene benefits
fits benefits for :aurvivor family of up to
3254 monthly, retirement benefits
under social security for self and
oille up to $174 monthly, a home
equity of $5,000, savings for emer
gencies of some $5,000 and an an annual
nual annual balance of income over food,
shelter, clothing and taxes of some
"You probably want to know
how we compare with this fami family,"
ly," family," my husband replied, quickly
answering; "Very well."
"This is not exactly what I was
thinking," I said, 'tut of the fu future.'
ture.' future.' "If as a nation we continue to
increase these benefits at the
same rate during the next live
years, as in the past five," he
answered grabbing the siodo
rule, "by 1963 we will be reo
ceiving an average annual 67
million dollars in benefits. Ths
chances are however; that the
increases will be considerably
greater since more ef vs will
oomlify for pensions, since mar
will buy life, heaith and personal
liability insurance. And social
security benefits are scheduled
to rise."
Greatest increase, a full 185 per
cent in the period 1953-58, bait
been in social security, old age,
survivorship and disability pay payments
ments payments followed by a 113 per cent
gain in uninsured pensions, a 110
per cent gain in health insurance,
a 66 per cent gain in personal lia liability
bility liability insurance and almost a 59
per cent gain in life insurance
Next to social security pay payments
ments payments of 8.5 billion dollars last
year, the 5.8 billion paid out by
life policies ranked second and
continued to play the dominant
role in the individual's private
emergency fund payments.
Hagerman was arrested for rate ratecracking
cracking ratecracking after a watchman for a
downtown auto agency saw him
brewing a eup of tea in a lounge
edjoining the company office. Po Police
lice Police said he was back et wort au
the oafs when they arrived.
Q. K, snalvioed, 144th $256
to invest every etc month.
Should I buy a few Ayres -el
Burroughs, or General Motors
and continue to make periodte
purchases or buy Symington SymingtonWayne
Wayne SymingtonWayne or Nuclear Corp. and
hold them? I notice en SEC re report
port report that some officers el a eom eompany
pany eompany gold eeveral thousand
shares. Is this of am signifi significance?
cance? significance? A. By aM means make periodic
purchases and be prepared to
hold any stock you buy. In other
words, don't buy a growth stock
today with the intention of hold holding
ing holding it six months or a Year.
Buy only what you can hold for
as far ahead as you cas see. That
doesn't mean a stock should
be held forever. But it does mean
you should not buy a growth
stock with the intention of sell selling
ing selling at any specified date.
Salt of stock by a company
insider can mean many things,
depending upon his individual
and personal problems, tax e a,
estate planning, medical bills, a
move to diversify his holdings,

Q. Recently we were offered
the right to buy $100 principal
anount of some debentures for
each 25 shares of common stock
we held. What does this mean?
A. It means the company war
raising some additional money by
selling debenture bonds ans wee
giving shareholders the privilige
of buying $100 worth of these
bonds for every 25 shares they
held at a price believed to be
below the normal market value
for the bonds.
In a situation xuch as this
you should either exercise your
privilege by buying the offered
debentures or sell the right s.
Rights ere good only for a eft efttain
tain efttain length of time, so that V
you do nothing and allow them
to expire you will lose money.
Q. want to retire next year
at 62. Hold 125 A.. T. and T.,
and 50 each of PIM, General
Mcrtors, Standard Oil of N. J., U.
S. Steel, Sears, Westinghouse,
Certaineed and Congoleum. Have
$5,000 each and $10,000 in E Ebonds,
bonds, Ebonds, Will need $5,000 a year
to live,. which would meansselling
off about $15,00.securities between
ages 62 and 65 when, Social Se Security
curity Security ,will start. What -would
you advise?
A. I would do nothing 'until
you retire. Your 'portfolio is
excellent and should be, left un undisturbed.
disturbed. undisturbed. 2
When you retire, and ynut
income tax bracket fans off,
you should first Nish, in your
E bonds since they prOvidi no (0
current income and the tax on
the eapital gain Will be negligl
ble, If anything. Liquidate di dividend
vidend dividend .paying securities only ae
a last resort.
in any event do nothing flow.
When you retire you may fingt
you wan't require ell the 'hit
come you now think you will. ,,

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:T heres A Gal
m a

WASHINGTON (NEA)A good good'natured
'natured good'natured former congresswoman
-hopes to prove some day that
there is a woman behind every
adecessful mailman. In fact, she
expects to 'show that there are a
lot of them.
' The, lady is Mrs. Cecil Murray
.Harden,, WW1 W9S recently named
epeeist -resistant to Postmester
General Arthur,E. Summerheld.
lier duties- include ,determitting
how Women. can' best be used in
the postal service and recruiting
' them for these B.
' ''"The post office department
has long been considered a man's
'domain," Mrs.-Harden deciges.
"!This is because, in many post
offices,' patrons are ,usect to iou iou'
' iou' lng mete at,,, the, service windows.
Alsor Alley Atte qtsed to oeenig
mien delivering the mail to theh
0 SheeXplains,-- however,- 4-thitt
PI the postal service-"offers ma mato
to mato lent opporttmities or women be;,,
1,, cause of good pay, advancement
,: end fringe benefits. I think it
itrould- be.- a good Saes for Any
''16eomatt : who's -loosing for ein ein4
4 ein4 .'
Mrs. Harden, who hails from
'COvingten,, Ind., explains tnat
thousands. of gals.,, are airettclY
' :employed "' hi post, office clerical
' nd,,,administrative lobs. Some
omen even have delivery routes.
', ut,',What pleases Mrs. Hareen
most is that almost half the coun,
vlt, 11 36,766 postmasters, are wom womIsm
Ism womIsm 4 :1, ..... .n
" 'She,N believes that the increas increastit.
tit. increastit. pee ,of autematien in pobt of ofcell:willopen
cell:willopen ofcell:willopen up even more jobs
.for women. This is because worn wornIn
In wornIn haye. been fotmd to be better
isulted,,than their, male counter counterTarts
Tarts counterTarts for the routine. tasks re re,
, re, noire& to operate the new ma maohineso
ohineso maohineso "They're more patient. in
doing, ithese kinds of things than
Men, '- Mrs. Harden SaYS.
.-4 In ,an: effort, to boost the post
effice department's female ranks,
Summerlield recently told his
field inffices to give stronger con con'
' con' sideration to women's job appii appiitations:it
tations:it appiitations:it had been charged that
-Men were, getting a better break
In the,postal service job market.
L'Altd, Mrs. Harden has been
addressing meetings of postal 0-
licills, and, urging them to hire
more -women. ,
Mrs. Harden's job also calls
for her to act as liaison between
the 4.est. Office department and
Congress. Due to her extensive
political background, she is eon eonsidered
sidered eonsidered ad expert choke for. this
task, ' .
While a member of the House
0 Representatives, she served on
the Post Office and Civil Service
Committee for six years. Other
congressional jobs included posi positions
tions positions on, the House Committee
. for, Veterans? Affairs and the
Governinent Operations Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. As chairman of the inter inter.
. inter. governmental Relations subcom subcominittee,
inittee, subcominittee, she conducted an inves investigation
tigation investigation which resulted in the. a aiKlei
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VIBORG, Denmark (UPI)
Dardsh skin diver Erik 'Phoesen
drowned,before thousands of sped spedtato
tato spedtato yesterday while he was dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating hose to rescue 0 drOwn drOwn,Ing
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Cecil Murray Iardedis',

bolishment of several federal'en.
terprises that were coMPetin8
With private business.
Friends feel that one of the
most' 'commendable things about
lier congressional career is tbat
she maintained an office in her
basement-and neVer charged the
government rent. Congressmen
may receive a rent allowane e even
ven even if the office is in their
homes, a practice that has drawn
a lot of criticism in,the recent
pepotisin uproar.
A former schoolteacher, Mrs.
Harden began her political eateer
in' 1932, when she was elected
Republican,: preeilet comnintee comninteewoman.'
woman.' comninteewoman.' ,1
Sheo als-8- represented Indiana
as Republican national commit committeewoman.
teewoman. committeewoman. Later she was ap appointed
pointed appointed to the Republican Na National
tional National COmmitteets Executive
Committee, Mrs. Harden was e elected
lected elected 'to Congress in .1948 Ind
lerved for 10 years.
Sbe is married and has one
son who is a doctor in Lafayette,
Ind. Her husband is a retired
automobile dealer. Before going
into the car businesS, however,
he i was a postmaster.

intlet Say4..

Making vacation plans? Here
are -a few hints to make that
"two, weeks off with pay", re rewarding
warding rewarding fov. the family: 4
Don't plan a more etpenslie
trip:than yott can-4 afford. Ir
trip just increases your money
worrie, it isn't going to be very
If your Vacation plan is to Nis-,
it either the husband's or' wife's
family, remember that only ',toe
of you Is "going home," so try
to see' the one who lull doesn't
spend all of his time "visiting."
If you ate taking Mali chi!.
dren alonits'' shorten vour driving
days so that the whole slimily
gets to do something he especial especially
ly especially wants to dd. That pan usually
be managed with a little", plan;
If you are vigiting a ,,-- part of
the country that Is new to 70o
read up MI it before your trip- so
that you'll have o better idea of
what there- Is to do and see:
While you're vacation you
'can't do anything about your
problems batk,,,, home so don't
talk about thetn or Worrrabout
them. "I'll worry about that when
I get tome" Is the best kind of
vacation attitude.
, Do all that 'you tan' ,4o,'Iroaa
Vont' dealing, with those'. whifo
serve you kalong the way plea.
sant. If you ate relaxed and easy
to please 'you'll have more Jun
than you will bv demanding an
impossible standard of service.
f Don't rush or hurry' even 1
you don't 'see everything. If you
tome back ,from a, vection more
tired. than when you left, ,bome,
you've wasted' your time.




i Luckily,' her interior decorator's
Ow focused, and Margaret:. Ren Rennie'
nie' Rennie' could 'see 'possibilities in the
smalOdark moms. which had 17-
feet ceilings,, (Good' for tropical
living, but difficult for, changing
light builm '
The, quartermaster was lenient
about residents making changes,
and, the newly-arrived pilot's wife
made the most of it. She ripped
-down partitions 'and walls and O Opened
pened Opened up the entire side of the
house. From the enormous pic picture
ture picture windows,. the Renmerliad a
still life of nature with the beau beautifut
tifut beautifut hills In the distance. And
ships passing through the Canal
couldAse seen through the tree&
The lived in San Juan for ma many,
ny, many, years, and "it was a warm,
friendly place," says Mrs. Ren Rennie.
nie. Rennie. "All our neighbors were
grand people."
When the need for new housing
am the Canal Zone became critic critical,
al, critical, Mrs. Rennie's interest in the
field led her to the Pacific Civic
Council. None can deny that 'she
has shouldered a heavy load of
the council's work to achieve an


, Mention' local housing, any category, old
proposed or redecorateilnd,tha name of, Margaret Ron
nie itt,sike to crop up,tooner ,Or later. ,
lyirs;', Rennie' sii:knotin her friends as an'Interior
decorator: but she probably', is' better known lsr
her effotts with 'the,' C vio ,Council, particularly in
regard to ,housing. , A ,
-Thu, do het, interests,lit both Inside and outside, but
still about, the home 0- f, -
A jot- t-
Capt.. and 'Mrs. Rennii adequate 1, appropriation to con concame
came concame to -the isthmus 4n' July; 1937, eruct Mat01117 houses?
to ,..tatre look around, Anti- ,the Council,f.,,,, and Margaret
first ltiok, recalls' kMrs'.ti Rennie, Rennici ,svith:,I it,: is Ilustifiably
was less than exhilarating? Ihey proud of its rele'in ashisvint
rented vacation- quarterti from thie, gell,;;Their !concern-new is
Couple who:,,were visiting the the 'high' fitilW Oil thi '', Modern
States,-.- then -started 'looking ; for nevi- quertera, comments Mrs.
a roorel their-own. v.v Jtennie,
,ossona.,, m thE places Mthougli she has Worked ,101111
PrittY haribief4C she reinonw and- hard sto get the Dew Zone
berg; 'ulreften Ihinkof OMR, touing, Arts, Rennie,, with ;, the
, pailiculap-quartori' behind the Captain, daughter, Ellen Anne" and
; old Citrezal,- post office: which,. son Robert, choose to stay in the
wits tom ,down many years Apt' older wood quarters in:. Ancon.
110.' Illsr were dirty, darkand They live high. That is to say
gloomy,', most ,deprossing. te 'hay. that steps,, steps and steps must
the least. be climbed to reach, the front
,,' Marty heuies later, they invei- door.
tigated some gliarters in the old Their lofty location however,
Sall Juan Place, quarters which entertainli the smallest breeze,
had:. previously been use,d as -an and the landscape still boasts'
in4ne -esylum. tremendous trees, 'complete with
1, f, t cavorting squirrel families, and
LuCkily, her interior decorator's a backyard. jungle.
eye. focused, and Margaret-;,Ren- Jungle, warfare is nothinst hew
nie could 'see 'possibilities in the to Margaret Rennie.: She's been
small,''dark moms. which had 17-, fighting It since the day they
,feet ceilings,, (Gott& for trepical moved to Ancon. And foot by foot,
living, but difficult for, changing .she has WM the battle. The ,brush
light buibay ' and rocks have gradually backed
, The, quartermaster was lenient away to. make way for her patio
about residents making changes, and grassy lawn. During !the dry
and- the newly-arrived puors -wife season, the Rennies entertain oft oftmade
made oftmade the' most of it. She ripped en with backyard. barbe,cue par par,down
,down par,down partitions 'and walls and 0. ties.
petted up the entire side of the Evening guests include several
house. From the enormous pie. monkeys, who have learned what
ture windows,. the Rentnes, tied a time dinner is served.
still life of nature with the beau. As an interior decorator, Mar Martifut
tifut Martifut hills ,in the distance. And garet Rennie believes that a
ships passing through the Canal home must reflect the personali personalicould,
could, personalicould, be seen through the' tree& ties of the people who Jaye m
The lived in 'San Juan for ma- Her own 'home is like that. Her
ny, years, and "it was a warm, affection for antiques if reflected
friendly place," says Mrs. Ren- in large blue and while lamp
nie. "All our neighhors were bases which, once were urns and
grand people." in tall brass scales which 'hie us us.
. us. es -as a dining table centerpiece,
When the need for new housing with the 'plates filled with shells.
.on the Canal, Zone became tribe- Bookshelves aro lined with
al, Mrs. Rennie's interest in the well-used volumes, with spaces
field led her to the Pacifie Civic in, between fer the Captain's
Council. None can deny that .she collection of bottles fe m p t y)
has shouldered a heavy load .of found In his explorations en the
the council's work to achieve .an Las Cruces Trail. Original oils

GLISTENDTG Sherries. the topping of a fine eottage cheese pie,
just beg to be eaten. This tnenth's a good time to do it, Uo.

, .; i;oo

NEA Feed and Markets Editor
,Fresh iweet cherries bring hap.
ny eating to June and they'll be
In the markets through August.
, Did you know that the cherry
bas ,been enjoyed for thousands
of years? Cherry pits were nit
covered in the Stone Age dePo dePosits,
sits, dePosits, of Swiss lake4dwellings and
in the cliff-caves. of prehistorie
inhabitants of America. T h e o4,
phrastus, the Creek "father 4. Of
botany," described cherry pees
id 300 B.C. Cherries came to, this
continent with the 'En gill h,
French and Dutch settlers and
were in eultivation in Massachu.
sett b 1620, nine year! after
Pilgrims landed., r
Charrf CoNago Cheese Pie
, ,sorvings)
, 4 ,
'Combine 214., teaspoons Aort14
starch with 12 cup heavy ,cream
and blend until smooth. Drain ft
ounCes (1 cup) cottages cheese
and, rub ,through sieve. Mix with
ereami Stir in tlablespoon melt
ed bilfter or margarine 'nod 'nodeaspoon
easpoon 'nodeaspoon grated:lemon rind.,Beat
1 eggyolks into which 'gradually
beat 31, ell sugar lind add to the




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cottage cheese mixture. Beat 2 etg
whites until they stand in soft
peaks and fold in. Turn into an
unbaked, pie shell,. Bake in
a preheated moderate oven (350
degrees F.) 55 minutes or until
firm in the center. Cool. Top with
glazed cherry topping. Chill until
topping has set.,
Glazed Cherry Topping: Wash
1 pound sweet fresh cherries, cut
into halves, remove plis and mea measure.
sure. measure. There should be 2 cups.
Add cup sugar and let stand
30 minutes. Drain off juice ,,, end
measure. Add, enough water to
make cup. Save cherrie I.
Blend cornstarch with juice. Cook
until clear and,slightly thickeneei.
Cool. Add -red food coloring if elo elosired.
sired. elosired. Arrange cherries over top
of pie, over which 'moon thicken thickened
ed thickened cherry juice. Chill. ,
'Stewed' ,Presh Cherries
(yield Vs cups)
Wash 't quart fresh sweet cher cherries
ries cherries and remove stems and pitt.
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ef Grandpa Rennie and a ship
tied to the family history hang
in the dining room.
She has .used shells to advant advantage.
age. advantage. An especially unusual hall hallway
way hallway arrangement is a large
plant, or possibly a small tree,
seated among a bevy of multi multicolored
colored multicolored shells in a tremendous
transparent shell which was once
the "bubble" of a plane,
Mrs. Rennie and Ellen Anne
have recently gotten "rock fe fever,"
ver," fever," and have trays of gem-like
stones resulting from their huntand-hem
mer avocation.
"One could never be bored
here," says Mrs!. Rennie.
"There are so many things to do.
but I must say that at times I
am right behindpushing Marga Margaret,
ret, Margaret, I find the climate very ener enervating,
vating, enervating, and have more pep In
the States."

The Iropical climate was a heat heated
ed heated change from the New York
and New England where she had
lived all her life. She is a native
New Yorker, but spent her child childhood
hood childhood summers at Booth Bay Har Harbor.
bor. Harbor. She studied interior architecture
and ,decorating at the Parson
New York School of Fine Arts,
and later worked with the late
Elsie Cobb Wilson, one of the
pioneer .decoraters hi the States,
and with William Pahlman, rec recognized
ognized recognized authority in the field.
A deccerating lob led her to
marriage. She was working on
the decorating of the Grac
Lines' Santa Paula, Lucia and
Rosa, built in the 1930s, when
she met her husband, who was



5aAlon dads

Women may wear "don and
discard" clothes within 10 years,
precicts William Iselin, head of
a factoring firm in the textile
field. Production of wear-it-once
apparel hinges on development
of non-woven materials, he said.
So far, researchers have come up
with rubber that "breathes," new
formulations of cotton, wool, and
man-made fibers that look and
feel like conventional materials.
The new non wovens are made
by binding fibers together with
adhesives, liquid sprays or baths
of plastic, eliminating the warp
and woof required in regular
weaving. The fabric has less ten tendency
dency tendency to sag, stretch or shrink
and -can be made soft, firm, thick
or thin. Currently, the disposable
clothing is being tested for doc
tors, nurse's and others requiring
a daily change of uniform.
Getting caught show' er Is
getting less hazardous each sea
son. Now, both shirts and dresses
are water repellant. The idea tor
the "rain shirt" and "rain dress"
comes from Haymaker, which
ran up a whole group for fall,in
treated, solid color cottons. Both
shirt and dress button IllY the
front and come ith matchinc
Ira ins hats.

The trade publication Wornen's
Wear Daily reports a new jewel.
ry trend for the minketad set
tiny, gold mink clips frem 'Pavia.
They retail tor $200 to 4445.

Fall hats will make a' woman
look, like one of the 'boys. The
mannish trend, which be
found in suitsovill carry over to
daytime hats. But the masculine'
styling will be softened by rip rippling
pling rippling brims and supple. fabrics.
Look, for felt bowlers, high highcrowned,
crowned, highcrowned, Cloches, fedoras, and
slouch ,, hate.. Grey, green end
green-gold will be popular. colors.
ofteti lightened with centreatlilit
bands or b6Ws.,' H

for many years a master with
the Grace Lines.
Her professional touch has add added
ed added to the attractiveness of many
homes in Panama City, as well
as to Zone homes and buildings
including the Deanery of St.
Luke's Cathedral. She did the
interiors of DSO clubs buiit on
both sides of the Isthmus during
the war.
Mrs. Rennie says she has no
favorite color schemes or decor,
since she believes the decorater
must use the tastes of the custo customer.
mer. customer. She finds it a challenge to "re "redo"
do" "redo" places, as well as to start
from a scratch in a new home.
She insists that she only "helps"
decorate a home.
Even though she .adopts the
room's personality to its dweller,
Mrs. Rennie seldom can resist a
peculiar temptation..
A friend once commented that
if she walked in any home on
the Isthmus and found some
little thing in shocking pink,
"Margaret Rennie has been

CHICAGO (UPI) City Archi Architect
tect Architect Paul Gerhardt, who is also
chief of maintenance for the mu municipal
nicipal municipal central office building,
solved one of Chicago's traffic
problems yesterday. He eased
the congestion in the fifth floor
men's lounge by suspending 10
city janitors he found lounging


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LONDON (UPI) The world's everyone froth' her lord chamber,. .,
oest-know working wife, not even lain to her swanmaster,..wbe pa
excepting Marilyn Mtmroe, flies charge of the swans on thettituter
off to Canada and the United names. Her servants-have, their
States next week (June 18) for own trade union, 1,41
one of her most important jobs Every place source gm that :
this year. ''' the Queen delegates little eit4-the
This 33-Year ''old housewife Is responsibility those, facts-IstmlY
known and revered in parts of She supervises her multi;million multi;millionthe
the multi;millionthe world where Miss Monroe dollar household very closety
never has been heard of. dealing with details .as well et
Her name is Elizabeth, or more policies.
precisely, her most excellent The Queen is one of those 'work,
majesty Elizabeth, II, by the ing women who "livee absi,e the ,'
grate of God, of ,the United King- ship," living in the 'sattiejuild--,
dom of Great Britain and North- ing where she works. At -Buck- :
ern Ireland and of her o her ingham Palace she walks letIvork
realms and territories queen, from her breakfast room ta., her
head of the commonwealth, de- wstiuddeyanddowanthirad cootrrida ntorilZSagee.t
fender of the faith.
She is going to North America
Queen's work is wherever she is.
But strictly speakingi, 4 the
to make history. With President
especially "the boxes."
Eisenhower, she will formally 0- It follows her wherever she les
pen the great St. Lawrence Sea.
WaY June 26 and 27.
For Elizabeth, making history or at Windsor Castle, in Ottawa
Every day, 'whether in Chipago
or Sierra Leone, the Queent-must
is just part of her job Most other
of state papers sent to hetirom
royal rasks on her six-week tour Plow through "the boxes'reases
are familiar. Elizabeth herself has
every government departmett
made the duties of a travelling
In her seven years and four
queen well blown:
for very important, each cton ctonThese
These ctonThese square leather' box'is' red
tain as many as 200 doenments
months on the throne she has
become the most-travelled mon for her attention. And there, are
from three to 15 boxeerivery
arch in British history, visiting
more of her "realms and terri- day ....t ,,.
tories" than any sovereign before Their papers tell the !..fileen
her. everything that goes on -LAiter.

lust received...4"
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from Miami anti
New York
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But there are other parts of her
her. ---
ally in her home goVernment
everything that goes on -L-liter-
She meets and shakes hands
i job fewer people know about.
with more people than perhaps and those of their commOnweiatIL
They are studied carefullymoand
endlessly, and make the -queen
She deals daily and hourly with
any other person alive. the best-informed officigt ift the
600 million people, and as commonwealth. 7 te
problems and policies affecting Britain's kings and queetkg-Jfa,,head
ditionall complain theY7 'a r e
of the commonwealth" she takes slaves to their boxes..OntAting
these considerable problems seri- George once swore routidlOthen,
Just one relatively minor item
' raoosmervaaonotr,krnooacrkinegd to haattthle'ir-slanth,i.
of her responsibilities would stag- htoaov.en those damn boxes inr,,-liere,
,ger many a corporation ,.execu- -40,,
tiveher household budget. ,, ,, ,t ,tLike
Like ,tLike any housewife, the Queen But the boxes' information. is
has, a budget.. Hers totals about needed. For Queen plays ,a ,part
$2,500,000 a year.. in virtually everything of import-
' Out of that. she erimtnht,se4t ence, party politics aside,. wIlich
vest estates, the world's largest haopens in her kingdom.
inhabited castle, with 690 rwitns She is more than just a fig'ure fig'ureand
and fig'ureand 10,000 windows and Bucking- head. She can advise, add ilii:ean
ham ,PIrce. In. the plaee her warnand both her ophilens 'and
household staff of 270 includes her warnings carry great Wart

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, ,ii .., that ynti'll have e better idei of 13-iii
,-t, tit ,-- ,,,,,- what to do and see: ,' id
, .10 - a;s,,, 1 4011, while -yoe're vacation, ,,,' you e-or'
I., i" d,, can't do anything about your Fr
, , ''. problems ibatkp,home ao ,,,don't wel
.'.4-. ilk talk about theta or Worry'about sett
,' I V. them. "'I'll worry about that when pil,
f 11
, I get tome' la the best kind of ,,
vacation attitude. ..'',-. ', '' Fri
'I', 16 '41-14410.'"?'"1141, Do all that 'you esti 4o, 'kep t
''. ,-'' 4
i Your' dealing, with those. w o ''',,
, ,,," serve you kalong tha way plea. t
II ,' 4 sant. if you are relaxed and easy ate
.',ei'' I k ithoult- to please 'yon'll have ., e fun and
4, 1's 10 ICI- than you will by demanding an Out
t 0 ,k .,p, .,. 11111,A., 1 impossible standard of service., anc
, 4,...,1', 4
1 wotsVirgaa, f Don't rush or hurry even ,,, if ere
4' ko, Pea 4 "litif you don't 'see everything. It you ed
1 .., , IIJ- ," tome back ,from a, vaetion more eal
tired, than when you left, ,bome, I I
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', you've wasted' your time.' ,,I, ,.bes
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, -4,'"'i Thiele leubl4
''',., winner, Ilso
, "-, eaten text
: is,streaked
-I., sleeveless b
, 'natured form(
-hopes to prove
'there is a woi
Successful mail
expects to 'shot
lot of them.
4 'The lady is
, Harden, who w
, Special Amities
General Arthur
, lier duties- il
, how -twom en c a
, the postal serv
' them for these
' '"'The post I
( has long been 1
i 'domain," Mrs.
1 "Ihis is becat
offices,' patrons
,I '''Ing men' at", du
!I Alsor 4they f er
0 men delivering
0 She-11011ns
til the postai seri
lo lent opporttmiti
I,i cause of good
',', end fringe IN
epould- be, a 1
, ''Ilvomati : who's
, ployment."
, Mrs, Harden,
, COwington,, Ini
thousands,. of '.!
, ;,temployed Id
" nd,,,,,administn
ii omen even ha
i ', UV-What. Plea
I post is that all
it it.,, 1 36,765 Pos
I en.' 4 1,,,
" ', 'ShaN believes
, tiff,. pee ,of aut,
cas : will, open
4or women. Thl
len halm- been
isuited, than tb
1 Tarts tor the
, Quire& to operi
1 chineso "They's
doing, !those kit
nen, '- Mrs. H
',4,4 In ,sn: effort,
Office departme
Summerlield I
field ipffices to
sideration to, v
',cations: 'It had
-men were, getti
In the, postal se
L'Aeci, Mrs. I
addressing me(
licills -and, urg
snore -women.
Mrs. Harden'
for her to act
the liost. Offic
Congress. Due
political backs.'
sidored -ad exp
task, ,,' ,
While a mer
0 Representati
the Post Office
Committee for
congressional j
tions .on, the
. for, Veterans?
,GovernMent 0 1
anittee. As chal
. governinental
inittee, she cc
ligation which
' V11301t0,, D.
Danish 'skin di
drowned -before
tatos yesterday
onstrathig how
,Ing person.'
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, ,, pm LONDON (UPI) The world'i everyone froth' her lord ehambir .,
; ,: ; ,,1 J f. .--,-..
'10 () ',-.;.1---"-- ,,,,,
i. ID II al -,
, imat-know working wife, not even lain to her swanmaster,..whe les ,..
f If
, .., t ti- ,,
, In ,, No excepting Marilyn Mtmroe, flies charge of the, swans on thetaituter
, : t,-
,,,,, 4.;,,,:-.-f,i:, r,-.. 7 i't, , 11'4- -::., :..- t 1 : '''S.,1) I.H, .- eft to Canada and the. United names. Her servants-havis their
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,,,, States next week (June 18) for own trade union braziell.M.,t, ,ur. -.
, ..:' k, ::: I s.., '. .,,,,
4 s .- .4 : : .4. ; 4 4 4 , one of her most important jobs Every place source gm. that s,
this year. --' the Queen delegates little ei--the
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.?,,,,-,.,,,',,,,,;,-::: ,:,1 .4," This 33-Year ,''old housewife Is responsibility those-, factsl'simPlYt
known and revered in parts of She supervises her-multi:million- ',
, : ,,.., ,,, .: -t,',.,,4--..,,11$,;..,-- ,-, the world where Miss Monroe dollar household very eloselY
.,,..:,.::.::::,',,:::,-,: ,- ; -,
,- ':::,:tss;,,P ,i,,,:.,, :4' ,A- ., . never has been heard oL : dealing mdth detalls,'-ae well es
.; ,.,-,, ,-
Her name is Elizabeth, or more policies.
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t., ,
precisely, her most excellent The Queen is one of those 'work-,
If :4";t) '4'''..'.:,i. ore...Aft4- active ilonteJ
, majesty Elizabeth, II, by the ing women who "live)! abst4 the'
) le-, :1'...:4::,,'...',1:':i'::W..,- '"'"'!-- :: s., ':'',' ': 0.. re otttn
.. , ., :
p -,-.,.,.., . -, , grate of God, of ,the United King- ship," living in the 'satitehuiltl-,;,-4,
(11 '. :::: s :,:-:-,:,,,.: :: ::;:::....:-.- -, .. -.." dom of Great Britain and North- ing where she works.--At, Buck-,
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fwriomde ahnedr abrtehatkrdfasott rooa :yet, tn,,kon, hge.r -'
,' ern Ireland and of her o her ingham Palace she walks tevivorls,
s t u d y d o w n yi asw hwceaohrp err i dee vraeehyrot ne rr st,th,,Isel- oh elf t hi eel sleet; :
realms and territories queen:
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, head of the commonwealth, de
''''''4';i'::!!:t:'-'''71);';4:;: r'' -4 re c tevetrtertt':.
- ar are ', e nnie fender of the faith.
ghoisintogryto wNiothrth pArmoseoireicrite Q1 toBefueotwolwswatrohircehtrl
fo' ,-.!,!;).:::1',"..,7:;;.:to:::,:,:-1-:a:':'i .,
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' By MARGIE ROTHROCK enahkiosewer, she will formally o
pen the great St. Lawrence Sea- -especially "the boxes." -,,
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, wajorJuEnrir2s6heathnd,
or at Windsor Castle, ,in Ottawa
..-t,-;,,,, ...i.;ii:1:.k..,,:ii::m :v::::1,t':!,.,,,. ---1',.,:h.'''''''''''',''''::'',;::,Hi:'''::'' Mention' local hoosing hi ': any category !,,,. Old,
, ,,,,,,,o, !,,,,,,!!1!!!!:,,r.,,,s!,!,:: .
"inaking history Every day, 'whether in Chipago
or Sierra Leone, the Queeet'inust
:, ,;';',;...,:w:.:::qp:'.:;:. ',::',:,-;0, ;ii,i.:,, ;1::':,' ;';,!,i,.,:,2..,, proposed or redecorated-ans 4.,the name of ,,,Jargaret Ben-. is just part of her job Most other
. ... .. . .,,e.0 ,f,t,,.::',.-.1,,;:.,,:,;
of state papers sent to herirom
.i ,,,,,-,!.. ,:-,,,,,!, s!..':,;,:f.,:,,:vk:r ::',.-,:,:,::,'1.----, )1 --;:!-7.41;l'i.::&'' royal rasks on her six-week tour Plow through "the boxes'''ases
are familiar. Elizabeth herself has
,., :.,:N,:.,:.:--: ..,,:,,,',;.--,',.... .::,..-1--: "''''' ' -,'''''''''' nie 'is suit to crop up ,tooner ',Or later. ., A ,, , ,,,,,a,,,..,e,,,,
.-.:.41,.. 0':! ,..:',E,!;',:',;::,,..!:1,04147 ,,,::!i: :e7i)i'V:!i-,,!:!:k..;,,, ..!,'$,4'.;;S::0-.-:,.. ,, '',' Kra:: Rennie' sia:ltn.oPitY iii',,her ,f rienda: ali: an '., Interior ,
,..::,,;:,:::!, .s!:.!., made the duties of a travelling
In her seven years and four every government departmey
for very important, each co co,
, co, queen- well blown: These square leather'box'es red
tain as many as 200 docOm4ents
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months on the throne she has
, : :1g4:14:1Likl!.-Maili.4,,,,' -L:.:'''..iTiii,'''.''''J.!: .!:Pli.!:,i:;: '.,A:A:M:i.,,,,':,..''::.',:..,',..,:'n,. '''' her' efictitg 'with ,the;,'Pabific j, CM0 ,C0uOcilf Pett!Pninrli in .-'
become the most-travelled mon for her attention. And there, are
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arch in British history, visitin4 from three to 15 boxeerivery
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, . more of her '"realms and terri- daY .t ',..
,,. '''' .:!.'':-;'.,,":.-:-.4.,W,:,;-:sr'.:,'.':,,','I:4.: l'i,..'$sg,!..::::'Qi: ,-, .1.;:'.A:tps'''.':i -,.- Stiii ahout, the !benne i,,,,,,., k!--.,,,',,,'r.. ,,!:'-'..''',,--: ,,-',,,,,v '2!.; !. 7,1,, tories" than any sovereign before
PgaliPeetrhrasthogtmc'eeleis ckthni:;"4";ion...illi'teeren. 1
, But there are other parts of her
i jwolbthfewmeorrepepoepol
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s.,0:.,,,,...i :.,.,;..if::::;.:';:.;,:i::,.; .....,.,:;::::...i.,.,,...::::,.. and those of their commtinweiath.
, tit' ";t;i';."':::,:'i:''..':4;:ViQ".ti'4.W,'4:4:ilW,', ''''':' jst;',4t,.,,?A':':i.,,-..04.,...,'..,a414:4.s,.,i,,ta: r 6gale Agthclethimis lin: July,,?,1937, struct masonry ..houses,,,; .. ,
th Y,' 'Thst' Countil,fr, and ,' Margaret
- -4, i Thisholoubli play cotton by- the1959 ,Cotton linahlott Awiird,,:' to ,hatre 1i,:loolr' around'. 'Arid,- '-a ".' ,, -, . ...-, ,,,,g,..,-.: ,-,...,,,,::,:. :,',,,':., :::::';'':--',..:, She meets and shakes hands They are studied carefullymoand
endlessly, and make the -queen
: 4 winner, Pauline Trigerei combines black-and-orange and, tutoii-,','' first ltiolt, -;re ,., i II titiably :
calls' A,Mrez Rennie, Rennio,,Avith,,I it, s us
''', cotton teltires in one'drest Thor blackterrano-printed skirt 1.:,,- was kss ,-,,than ,exhilarating, pr
limy oud ,of its role 'In ',ashioving any other rterson alive. the best-informed Miele!: lit. the
MI ' 1 -Theiriconcorn-now is.
- is-streaked with orangt and topped by, orange totton cMfloir,:y.,-, rented vicatiOn-,- quarterP frm to ',',, s! 901! , ilotiorn VA:r.,:,.V. Atil:Mig::: ',',' .i':,,:::::,:':': 1.i:,'',.,:'::: '' She deals daily and hourly viith commonwealth. t ---.,
'-',i-itleeveless bodico.0-By GAMIC DIMAS, DMA Women'. Editor; ,,,- ,-,. couple wbo,;,,were ',yisiting la? nthe tho, high rents on mo 4-,',:,;;,,i:':.,,i:,,,, .q,..-.,,.:::,::". :-,:",:,:..:::',-::.;:s.,'4,.::: problems and policies affecting Britain's kings and queens-41.ftne'
' : ''' '''''' ' ';;-'' ': ''( ....e ..e; 'if...-. '''''t - okt', States,' .. then -started', lookMg ; for nevi- qnertero, comme s .
,RiiNt',;:;1:;:i:is;4 :: ,,i:::',;',.:::i-'''.::, 600 million people, and as illead ditionall complain thet,'"-s r e
"1:-..7-7---'4 '.. ,- ,,, -,, ,, ',.. ...... rf t,. ,,,, a roorbf their-own. k .: A ,. ...''',.'4, '?,Rannic', ,,-,, .,--,k ., ik an : of the commonwealth" she takes slaves to their boxes..One ling
''''''''' ''''' ''''' ' ':.' -' -" -' -- ''''1(1-,.--, t. '','''' 'ileitis!. ,''. ev the'. plates weir, ,,...' Althougli she as wor ed,,,,,lo g . these considerable problems seri- George once swore roundlitNyhen,
':Ith' 4' P ' A' '''6.. l'ileli.rid''Ev- i.;'-
4,..-, ere ,s a t ',tti.ti.rribi.,,..,.,... reittlim: ankhard sto i, get ., the Dew ''. Z. one
,i,' .'-' ,- hers; '1,4thon ',think 4f, tone,':, in'-', housing, Arts. ,,,Renme,,; with ,k the --,: ::.,.0..,:i:,:;.:::-;..i ,,.:.,: :,.:,:;.,;:,,.,,,,:..:: ,,,-::, :,..:,,i:,.:,:.,, ,.:
'........".04.J.1:i&IV:,..i. ..,,...':::,...i,.4, ugly. ,,,- a servant knocked at NM' ',hath,
room door roarin that Iii.:11tion't
:. Just one relativel minor item g
' '' ''' ''-' ''''''-''' ''''''' ''' ''''''' ''i Vt. I uartori' 'behind :the Captain, daughter, :Ellen Anne and of her responsibilities would stae-
have those damn boxes, bir;-here,
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has, a budget. Hers totals about needed. For Queen .plaY1,-1,Part
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in virtually everything of imeimd-
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and 10,000 windows and Bucking- head. She can adv se,
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ed her to the Pacifie Civic in, between fer the Contain's A friend once commented that it
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iouldered a heavy load ,of found In his explorations en the ed change from the New York the Isthmus and found scorns ': ::';:::,::ii,,,
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ouncil's work to achieve lin Las Cruces Trail. Original ells and New England where she had little thing in shocking pink, :, :i4,:,,ii,,, ,,,
lived all her life. She is a native "Margaret Rennie has been :-':i'M" Bag$ ,,',L'.., :
New Yorker, but spent her child- here." :o0:" ,,,,
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and Archland ,decorating at the Parson tct Paul Gerhardt, who is also .:,,;, :
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New York School of Fine Arts, chief of maintenance for the mu- , i ..i,''..".k..' --,:. efOlit tut to 5t1 I
and later worked with the late nicipal central office building, ' '''' 't :. '' ,.
Elsie Cobb Wilson, one of the solved one of Chicago's traffic
pioneer :decoraters hi the States, problems yesterday. He eased ., ;:,
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ISTENING iherries. the toeeine et a gee tonne atom phi, weaving. The fabric has less ten- . your personality! 'Phone 'today. We ,use Roux Olimis Co 07;-
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Feed 'arid Merketu Editor Whites until they stand in soft tors, nurse's and others requiring 1:i.,:."40:7:::.. T:: stains .', -,4 v, .,.s
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louAnow that the ; cherry firm in the center. Cool. Top with son. Now, both shirts and dresses : as no
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ten enjoyed for thousands glazed cherry stopping. Chill until are water repellant. The idea for l'i,-,.,,,,,0 :::. ........' I' i
snit -Chetry pits' were 'un topping has set., the "rain shirt" and "rain dress" "." :-, cant i '''
!cl in the Stone Age depo- Glazed Cherry Topping: Wash comes from Haymaker, which -,, ,, ,,
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I Swiss lake-dwellings and 1 pound sweet fresh cherries, cut ran up a whole group for fall, in ,:a4.,-,xi,,,r,.::;,'-,: . ir
- cliff-caves. of prehistorie into halves, remove pits and mea. treated, solid color cottons. Both 0 Rich )
tsnat of America.. T h e o- sure. There should be 2 cups. shirt and dress button ue the ra ,s,
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F described cherry trees, 30,-minutes. Drain off juice ,-, end rains hats. .:,,
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'B.C., Chenies came tojhili Measure. Add, enough- water to lir -:!
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and Dutch 4'settlers Ind Blend eornotarcir with juice-. Cook Wear Daily reports a new jewel- : -:., :,, , i
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t$Yieldt,servings),,, :, ., ., ' , : .' look:: like one of tho "boys. The ASK FOR II : .AT YOUR BE,A,Ulfy -SALON:" :-,
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1' JUNGLE JAUNT students from the Jungle Warfare Training Center, dinner in hand, make
their way through the thick jungles bordering the Chagres River on a night navigation prob problemarray
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Own Huts In Jungie Thicket

' Dining ort.1,mOnkey meat and building their own shelters of tropical foliage are
among the activities experienced by 124 Army, Air Force and Marine officers now tak taking
ing taking a three-week orientation course at the Jungle Warfare Training Center at Fort
Ths students plunged,into a schedule that was never altered because of the

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, weather. They train in broiling sun, night fogs and tropical downpours,.
' : On their arrival May 27, many 'had never even heard of th'e jungle shelter known
",its a bohio. Within a week they had not only built such huts but were living in them,.
'And priud of their handiwork they were, too for not a nail, a rope or a piece of manufac
,, 'tiAred material had gone into the constructioneverything came from the jungle itself
- 'including vines to tie the floor poles together and palm leabes to make a thatched roof.
, ::,,I,Strvaying his shelter, lst Lt. Calif. commented:, to ..
1 gle Warfare Training ZOo be
itobert J. Deglman of Fort Ord, "It may lean a little, but it sure, come familiar with wildlife they
., 4 doesn't leak." With the heavy! might meet in the bush ... from
, rains that have been falling forl huge boa constrictors le pert
''. T i the past weeks, the lieutenantimonkeys.
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as probably had plenfy of eppor-I Than off to- tit 'mot, when
nity to test his workmanship. -, thoy oach built bohio with a
"This course 'teaches how to' machoto as his only toot. This
' make the jungle work for you, in-i bohio sorveci as a homo for
' 'TODAY 75c. 40c. stead of wasting your time work-.
ing against the jungle," WO 2nd.
' ''"'1:40, 1:45, 4:35, 9:04) P.M. Lt. Kenneth S. Herberger of Fort -,
ti,m,t, ,e, Devens, Mass. He spoke from ex-. it
.' A Study In Youthful perience, for this statement was
. 9 rna. ade as the lieutenant wound up :
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a day's navigation course that in-
' THE,SENSATIONAL v:lved chopping his way with a i4 i,,,AmEiim
achete through five miles of
'-. T.:ST.4ELLER... jungle. ..Mi::::: :.',Ii.-Ii:1::'::''':
':' MORE SENSATIONAL Their introduction to jungle liv.. : '1',:;;M:yA ,t
',..., :MUM SCREEN! ing was a class on edible plants :4,itlyte' k.'
and foods, which involved samp- 's, .:i,:iik:.i,.,.,,,4.::,..,..:,:.m it i!
' i;,..:L:1' wino ling the various "delkacies" prep- .: Mr L'i..,,,.z:Mii:N
- red by cadre cooks. ,::,--..M.,..;::.1
After a session on jungle ter At1:W.
'. .. -....-.., ,- rain appreciation, the visiting of-
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GER takes a break after com.
pleting day navigation course
at the Jungle Warfare Training
Center. He is from the 268th
Signal Company, Fort Devens,
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1 five-day poriodc while they kern kern'oci
'oci kern'oci to overcome jungle obstacles.
Part of the course was descend descending
ing descending a 100-foot cliff by means of a
I rope and crossing a river on one onestrand
strand onestrand and two strand ropo
They also learned to build rafts
from available tropical materials.
The visiting officers found the
training completely realistic. Said
ist Lt. William Waterman of Fort
Dx, NJ, "This is vastly different
from reading something in a book
or learning. it in a classroom.
"We are finding how tough na nature
ture nature can be when you get out an
, live in rough terrain, rain end wild
1 colintry,"
Lt. Robert E. Bowles of Fort
Benning, G., emphasized the value
I el the emir" in view et itie tad

DOWN l'Or'60 ,--;-, it's called rappelling, but the Students tall it cliff ',ellnibing. Thialtoci IS
part of obstacle- orOseing ,trOning at-Jungle Warfare ',Training, Oenter.,--(Army Photo) ,, -4
.. - -;"0 -;'1,74. 'filially one of the battle group's Commanding general USARCAR USARCAR,
, USARCAR, important missions., IB is tA3 make the graduation-address.
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,,,,,,,,4,,,..mml down 'fear of the 'jungle. When a rough one, the visiting officiors
i:!4,1 fighting roan learns thatthe steam have had weekands,for-elohtseiw;
ing, thickly Vegetated jungle can 'ins and recreation.. :-, ,:
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t,,,,t become his ally; his mind is free 1,
to concentrate ell destroying his Triputo fstich famed tourist at-40K.04,
k: '':41r,'Ptrfeip: 4: !a!man foe.
i I tractions as,' the Panama ;',Canal
and' the.? pirate-levelled, ruins of
AW"gf:1;;.:Mb: 3; 'students(' are graded on the va- the eity of Old Panama have been
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gi:',,.:1-ii,....:;"...1,, rious problems encountered, and on, the agenda. A chit. library
V':::;;;:':Q,...::.:::?W.):. those who measure up to certain craft shop- and movierare among
1,C1,4",,;M high standards will be awarded the diversions offered 'at 'the cen-:.:V,..41.32
the Jungle Expert BSdge at gra. ter for off-diity time.
-,i1:6K::.kimw duation ceremonies scheduled for ,,
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J,44,,,,itn';Arkr. June 20. tut most JWTC students' find
4,,-- 'VkInns:iiK5'.,t ...- k, Maj. Gen, Charles 1,4. Dasher, that after a strenuouf Alight or
,A-,.- ailt.:;::agsf ',.,'r day in-rugged' 'jungle terrain. raP

ing' up some sack time has the
;!..;g1:-,.! greatest appeal, 1

is one of the-group of Army, Air'
Force and Marine officers now
taldng a three-week orientation
course at the Jungle Warfare
Training tenter at Fort Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, fle from Company D,'
Firstilattle Group. 29th Infantry,
Pert Ga, (Army Photo)
that aboutone fifth of the world's
area is jungle.
"Shwa we could Involved in
figMing in jungle terrain,", he
said, "I feel that every young,
officer should have an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to take this training."
Before the course Is over theY,
will have become proficient in,
such fields as day-and-night navi-,
gation, jungle com,munications, es-,
cape and evasion, camouflage,
reconnaissance patrolling, ambusht
patrolling, artillery adjustment by
sound, the effects of heat on man,
transition firing and night firing,.

A fivfo-dapandnight company I
, laid: through tho jungle against
- "aggressor" force climax--
es the ,coursa.
The instruction is the same as
that given regularly to troops of
theist Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
on fluty in the Canal Zone. Keep Keeping
ing Keeping Alive the art of jungle war

Ilin Miami Laundry

who is now taking the three threeweek
week threeweek course at the Jungle War Warfare
fare Warfare Training Center, comments,
"This is different from reading
something in a book or learning
it in a classroom." Waterman is,
from Company One, Third Votive',
itegimenk Fort N.T4
(Army' Phataq)

of Company C, First Battle
Group, Tenth Infantry, Fort Ord,
Calif.,is proud of his ability- as a'
hohlo-builder. "It may lean," he
says, "but it doesn't leak." (Ar,
my Photo)

jthITI:nstryul, 5 Masked Bandits
',one. Keep Keeplungle
lungle Keeplungle war warNef$13
Nef$13 warNef$13 000 Haul

MIAMI (INI)Five bandits in
gaudy Halloween masks held up
a lundry here yesterday and es,.
caped with a payroll et $13,000
in cash.

Polite said they believed 'the
met were the satne gang who
used the Me methods to hold
up another laundry here Amil 29
for $16,000.

Dick Conklin, assistant office
manager of the laundry; said
three of the bandits burst into his
second flock office just before' his
eight Clerks were due for"their
.morning coffee" break.
-They brandished -pistols and' a
shotgun, he said.
"4 Conklin' said one Man shoved
the shotgun in his stomach and
, forced him to turn over the money
'bag containing the week's payroll.
IIle said the money was in small


':.SINGAPORE (UPI) The new
left-wing government yesterday
reyoked the licenses of 7- week weekly
ly weekly mwspapers. Two of the papers
were devoted to "cheesecake"
and !entertainment new& ,The
Oilers. were Chinese yernacular
' NAPLES, Italy (UPPI Police
repmled yesterday ,that 100, guests
were stricken with food poisoning
at a wedding reception at the
nearby 'village of Acerra last
night. Ambulances were ,sent from
Napleg and 35 of the, guests were

, WISBECIL England (UPI --
The Rev. Colin Hayes preached a
sermon' en, the text', t'What lack
IT" after tile eerylee be was
ladder the motercycle he had
iparked Outside. the ,churcht.

11711 c'11"1"""S
bt 11.0

Pot lee sald the men rin.out,.of kip 4.a.
ig the building and leaped Intl, ?Imo
isi waiting getaWay eat Momenta
rt,,, later they apparently transferred
the anoney anothee: -nee, they ,

1111re 11, lune



BUDAPEST'', (UPI) the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Compumist ; government
has. takeu,rigorous measures in a
new Wort, to- curb mounting' eor eorruption,
ruption, eorruption, is the country;,,I,
Hungarian. deputy premier .An- 1
tal Apro annutmced. recentlY that
local administrative authorities
would' 'assume. some police tune.
tions 'to. orgamze more efficiently
the fight against ,"profiteers and
corrupt elements.", 4
Attthe lame the,, Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian supreme:, public 4.. prosecutor,1
Szenasi,' complained that
judges were being oloit lenient",
with sentences corrup corruptiOn,
tiOn, corruptiOn, casei. He demanded 4cthey get

iccordingli, isenienCes iverel
recently imposed inIwn cases in- '1
trolving: embezelement-i
nearly one,;tilllicin,,Forints-' each:
it state funds,' '(about413,004,,,:ntl
the tourist' rate ',:- of !.-exchangeT.,'
'10ne7defendant: was the leader of
At, ging; the,other .th head cf a,
textile !cooperative.: Llr.,,-,24 4 ;''


Ats.; biainst ruption
last year, the., Communist, goverw
meld bad put ,,,, great b,ope in the
socalled !"-People'c' Controf Com ComMittens
Mittens ComMittens !';4hiclif weic.-set all
over, inngary to lea' 151111',;e0T-1
roptions,apd Ifiefta'oof PublIC pro.-
PertY;?7,4t, t
iv,-The -committees empipired. more
!than. 24,000, "People's. Inspectors.
'oreliable,COrarounistsl'A-x, vibo,
irestlgated 7fiearly;-9,000 cases.' in
. 7

FIRACHALTS MR11,1114107 ,.
Petroleum CC:subsidiary. of, Tex
aeot:' Ine.!;announeed Over ,the wee:
end 'baiting Arilling and, ex
-ration !,,, actlYitles Pettr:' be
eauseof taihkrt fin& oil in corn
mereial ,begs.r
operations '',Ithere :I

' Budapest alone .yeat,
the city's3 Control Committee re.
ported, -losses were discovered
which tame to L30 million Fork'
ints (5,600,000). In public,: re rebuilding
building rebuilding -work, it was revealed
that 1.8.5,' .1101110n Forints. ($800,-
000y :hat,- :been "erroneously'.
charged. ..! r
Even ,anore astonishing to the
Communists the statement
hY the supreme public prosetu.
tor 'that,': in 'spite' of the. vigorous
work of 'the Control Committees,
theAnumber of corruption. eases
had' gone up- 100 percent in 1958
1 and' crimes1 against public pro,
perty had Aticreased 11 percent..
; 'Communist newspapers have de devoted
voted devoted leeent editorials to thiS a-
'arming rise in corruption, call calling
ing calling it a '"remnant of the t bour
geols- state."' They said most, of
the torrupt were "either declass.
ed eleMents or people surrounded
hy former capitalists.
But they S1SO admitted that
"some!, of the crimes were Com Committed
mitted Committed by' members of the work working,
ing, working, class.

-Eleatic Crp. announced it
has ,beeti awarded an 11-million
dollar production, contract for
electrical power generating sys systems
tems systems for the,B58 bomber by the
Couvair -Division of General Dy Dynamics
namics Dynamics Corp., prime contractors.
,CHICAQ0 (UPI) -- The Minors
State Employment Service is
'Iunting,jobs for 315 office work workers.
ers. workers. They 4re claims exaMiners
knd clerks for the Unemployment
lompensation Divisdon, scheduled
or release beoause of a drop in
claims, '' 4-1L,

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Force and Marine, officers now :i::,,,. -: ...,-i';::?:.:.:;,,.:::,:::::: "..,.,i. were ,deiroted to "cheesecake" I
taidng a tiiree-week orientation :1': .:A:,:i,.:.-,.:ii.. :: and : entertainment new& The if .,., id.;;', -.,: '
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Training tenter at Fort Sher- i;:!.i.
the, 101194, man,' He lif.from Company ,D,'' :.',
each built a bohio with a
"This course 'teaches how to machete as his only tool. This Firstitattle Group.,29th Infan(17,' ,Iii,.i
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-".. volved chopping his way with a ..:.i.,.',........,A.i,'4E'A4 Before the course is over they .........."...: ..., ,,,,,,,,,-,
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will have become proficient in :: '''" i-i'',.:',.i.:,. ;THIEF, ANSWERS SERMON ..,
; : machete through five miles of :1$:.':.:5',.'::?:41::'-:' such fields as day-and-night navi- -;::
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': ': The Bev.. Colin Hayes preached a -.'s ., a r4
..1 '' wiii0RE SENSAnOttAt Their introduction 10 .1ungle liv- ''''',,:,;'-.:':,:',-,,,,, .4
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reconnaissance pa rolling; ambush,: ,..,,, , ,, 14F,,g111"-
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maim ling the various "delicacies" prep- .. 1-.W.:,:',isi.:f'. sound, the effects of heat on man, 1.57 cittirmlpita0b111, E,,, ,,lIcTtillil'ir.: tr'.0. aE.t. ,G;.,,'Avt'lloi
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