The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
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System ID:
AA00010883:02947

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falls holifalls on a Saturday, accord accordto
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n on the bill in time.. for
Independence Day observ observon
on observon July 4.
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insurance hisinsurance for federal ern ernes
es ernes and their families will be
)duced in the Senate this
bill is jointly sponsored
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modern merchant vessel, the
in Leader.
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trouble protrouble last week in the
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morning Yestermorning she limped into Bal Balunder
under Balunder her own power and
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rial Inrial Division is now trying to
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lock.
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tuse the ship has no cargo
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ping officials said.
ily the big mothballed dock
3alboa, could handle the yes yesfor
for yesfor drydocking, and this would
a meant a huge repair bill
the owners.
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tits.
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n the tip of a passing motor motorthat
that motorthat he had seen a Volkswa Volkswasedan
sedan Volkswasedan leave Bruja Road,
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four wheels, Canal Zone po porushed
rushed porushed to the scene and
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red ocred early Sunday morning, a
ple of hour after midnight.
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American, to Gorgas hospital
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after it was found he had
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injuries. superfiinjuries. he report of the accident said
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ri was torn off its ton dented were, this.would only prove how the House a little bit later. start distrusting the dollar. So are not a sign of weakness but a great rate. at least one red taillight.
tb" rear window broken. well off we are. This will come, presumably, then, we'll all put our money a sign of growing confidence." I'll say. Mine currently turns' A SS fine was assessed against
Tin fnry-1 charges have been You see, it's only when we when the committee approves, in stocks, and interest rates will Apparently this didn't satis- over so fast it rarely lasta out Carlos Henriques, 46. who war ;,
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OUTSTANDING ATTENDANTMrs. Dorothy d Bushell, hospital attendant at Corozal, shown
receiving an Outstanding Performance Rating! Award from Lt. Col, Arthur L. Hessin, acting
superintendent of Corozal Hospital. The award; which is the first Outstanding Rating ever
given there, was presented to Mrs. Bushell for; 'having demonstrated exceptional ability in the
daily handling of patients. Her record was especially dnusual since she was, employed at Coro Corozal
zal Corozal in 1954 without any previous training in this type of work. Mrs. Bushell is a member of a
well-known Canal Zone family. Her husband, Adolphus Bushell, is employed in the Payroll
Branch; one brother-in-law Alfred Bushell, is v4 ith, the Canal library, and the other, Byron
Bushell is in the Customs Division.

Somoza Warns:
Clob,ber
Ne,w Invaders'
IvIANAGUA,, Nicaragua (11P1)
,w,TAtotre., 12trotaander-AXaulta0in
gliAntlba brilkatizaktf .slcarulas
Preskient,' ,aid ,yestarday the
captdre ofib diehard rebels had
smashed the back of a foreign foreignspawned
spawned foreignspawned invasion. He warned
his forces would "clobber" any
other invaders from Cuba or
elsewhere.
West Point-educated Somoza
spoke as a four-truck caravan
brought into Managua the 15
captives who had sworn they
never would be taken alive.
The prisoners, wedged among
60 heavily -armed national
guardsmen, included, members
of some of Nicaragua's top fam families.
ilies. families. Among them were Pedro
Joaquin Chamorro, editor of the
newspaper La Prensa in Nicara Nicaragua,
gua, Nicaragua, and Luis Cardenal, a 'anti 'antiowner
owner 'antiowner whose wife is a first cou cousin
sin cousin of President Luis Somoza.
Gen. Somoza said he was
awaiting further invasions, from
anti-Somoza fonds in Cuba, Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela and Honduras.
"Whatever comes as an inva invagon
gon invagon of Nicaragua will be de definitely
finitely definitely under the leadership of
Communist's and I'd like to
make a firm statement to the
effect that we will not play a around
round around with them," Somoza said.
"Let them come; we are
ready to clobber them like the
others."
The general said about 15 to
20 rebels of the original air airborne
borne airborne invasion force from
neighboring Costa Rica still
were loose in the wild hills, but
were so disbanded and fearful
that they posed no threat to
state security,
Terry Moore Asks
Court To Approve
Changing Of Name
HOLLYWOOD, June 15 (UPI)
Actress Terry Moore, 30,
wants her maiden name back
now that she's divorced.
Miss Moore has asked supe superior
rior superior court for approval of her
plan to drop tivs! iast name Mc McGrath
Grath McGrath vice she divwced Eu Eugene
gene Eugene C. McGrath last April 1 in
Panama. She would like the re return
turn return of her legal name, Helen
Luella Kolord.
Washington
. By FRANK MAZER
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Now
it comes out that what the gov government
ernment government wants is lower interest
rates. That's why it is propos proposing
ing proposing to raise 'ern.
And anybody who can't un understand
derstand understand this just h'asn't stay stayed
ed stayed away from the hearings at
which it is all being (explained.
According to the testimony so
far, a lot of us have the wrong
idea about interest rates any anyway.
way. anyway. In the first place, they
aren't really high at all. And
in the second place, if they
were, this would only prove how
well off we are.
You see, it's only when we
have plenty of money that we

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POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS---Thifs the description used by
Canal Zone pOlice for these toy pistols, which were confiscat confiscated
ed confiscated on the Atlantic Aide. The pistols are similar in shape and
'size to a .25 caliber autoinatic. They are shown in two modeti,
presumably one: for boys and one for girls. When pulled, the
trigger pushes et plunger, which strikes a cap and sets off the
powder on :the Ork plug. Police say the resulting explosion is
noisy as well as,dangerous, and add that sale and use of fire fireworks
works fireworks is prohibIted on the Canal Zone. Parents are advised to
notify authodties if more of these "toys" are found.

Luebke is Pady's
Choice For West
German President
BONN. Germany. June 15 --
(UPD--Chancellor Konrad Ade Adenauer's
nauer's Adenauer's Christian Democrat's
party named Minister of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Heinrich 'Luebke as its
candidate for Oresident of West
Clermany today.
Adenauer liimself had been
samed for the post previousiv
but changed his mind nearly
two weeks ago and decided to
remain in the more powerful
job of chancellor.
-His decision hal left the par party
ty party high and dry for a candidata
and torn with dimension when
Vice Premier and Economics
Minister Ludwif Erhard public publicly
ly publicly challenged Adenauer on his
decision. Erhard had been nam named
ed named previously as the party's
candidate for president. but
turned it down. He had been
expected to Succeed Adenauer
as chaneellor.
Today's official announcement
that the 64-year-old Luebke had
been nominated by the party's
presidential nominating com commission
mission commission ended the search for a
candidate. Luebke formally ac accepted
cepted accepted immediately.

Teeter-Totter Shifts Ups

all rush out to the bank for a
loan. And, of course, lea not
the lenders, but all of us bor borrowers
rowers borrowers competing with ourselves
who keep interest rates up.
William McChesney Martin,
Jr., chairman of the Federal
Reserve Board, spent all morn morning
ing morning clarifying these matters of
high fiscal policy for members
of the House Ways and Means
Committee.
They thanked him, and Rep.
Thomas B. Curtis (R-Mo.) said
gratefully these were Just the
things they needed to know, so
they tan explain them all to
the House a little bit later.
This will come, presumably,
when the committee approves,
at least in part, President Eis

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GOP Chairman
Says Ike To Appeal
On Major Proposals
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UPI)
President Eisenhower is con considering
sidering considering going directly to the
people in a personal campaign
to get action by Congress on
some of his major legislative
proposals.
This was revealed today by
Republican national chairman
Thruston B. Morton after a
White House conference with
the President.
Morton, senator from Kentu Kentucky,
cky, Kentucky, said he also believes the
President will 'Way an aggres aggressive
sive aggressive role in the 1950 presiden presidential
tial presidential campaignto the limit that
his duties as chief executive will
permit.
Morton volunteered after his
talk with Eisenhower that the
President Is thinking of going
directly to the peoplemaking
one or two major speeches out outside
side outside of Washingtonon behalf
of his legislative program.
"We may be in trouble on the
mutual security (foreign aid)
bill or the House may get stuck
on the Labor Bill." Morton said.
"He may have to exert some
pressure in these areas."
NOW, .111,
enhower's request for a law to
let us taxpayers pay ourselves
higher interest rates on the bil billions
lions billions of dollars we always are
borrowing from ourselves to
keep solvent.
If Congress doesn't the
request, Martin said, the savers
amongst us are liable to start
lending their money to some somebody
body somebody who can pay more than
the 414 per cent interest which
is all the law now lets us pay
ourselves when we lend to the
government,
That will leave Uncle Sam in
a terrible bind, and people will
start distrusting the dollar. So
then, we'll all put our money
in stocks, and interest rates will
go up.

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New Record
Being Set
Daily By PC
Every ship, big or little, that
goes through the Panama Canal
irom now until July 1 will be
setting a record.
The former fiscal year records
for both ocean-going commer commercial
cial commercial traffic and total traffic
were exceeded over the past
weekend. Poth records were set
during the past fiscal year.
There were 9,187 ocean-going
commercial transits in the fis fis!cal
!cal fis!cal year 1958, and total traffic)
'last year was 10,553.
' The record for commercial
traffic was surpassed Friday
night when the last transit was
Made. There were 31 transits bY
large commercial ships last Fri Friday.,
day., Friday., The year's total to date.
inchiding Monday's traffic. will
c
I be 9,272 ships, or 125 more than
the old record.
This was the seventh succes successive
sive successive year in which new records
were established for commercial
When this long string of records
',raffle through the Canal
was started in the fiscal year
1953 there were 7,410 transits
by ocean-going commercial ves vessels.
sels. vessels. This year's traffic will ex exceed
ceed exceed that mark bv more than
2,000 transits.
..F The:record for total traffic,
14gOktrihroug4s1tINI Canal, waal
16t 'eXteedect-,,'k WAIF -"'i!iiilidav''
Morning:' Tbis yekrisi4Otal un
through Mondav wilt bi 10.607
'Vessels. or 54 more than last'
year's total. 1
With the present rate of trat
fic through the Canal it is ex expected
pected expected that total traffic for this
. fiscal year will DaSS the 11.00ri
'mark. There have been over
110'000 transits by vessels of all
categories in each of the past
two fiscal years.

Beusts othnertehemmusint isbteersioamiteevperioga;
a condition to a Summit meet meetFour
Four meetFour Panamanians Fcsce Trial
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Russia wants a Summit
meeting regardless of what
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Four men have been b 0nd over
for trial on a total of fcir thefts
and one attempted burglary for.
which they must appear in the U.S.
District Court in Ancon.
Preliminary hearings were held
in Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Canal Zone Red Cross hest-41'18r-,
ters in Ancon, the Tivoli Gliest:
House and the Canal's nine shoo'
at Miraflores were the scene of thel
crimes.
Jorge Koerner 26. Panamanian.
was charged with cutting a window
screen at the Red Cross building
and breaking in during the night
of June 3.
An adding machine and a type typewriter
writer typewriter were stolen. They were lat later
er later recovered by police.
A sharp-eyed employe of the Tiv Tivoli
oli Tivoli Guest House became suspicious
on the night of May 17 when he saw;
Roberto Carley, 19. and George!
Earl Carew, 23, both PatiaManian,1
behaving suspiciously in the lower
lobby near the barber-shop and
beauty parlor.
He questioned the men, one cif.
whom he recognized, as to their
business there. One said he had
come to repair a defective pipe.
While the employe was check checking
ing checking en the men's story, the pair
disappeared. It turned out that
neither was employed by the
guest house.
The two men were identified and
caught at a later date. But by
then Carew, who is also known as
Jorge Karu, was already serving a
Downs Of
"I'm trying to get interest
rates to go down," he explain explained.
ed. explained. When it tomes time to relay
this to the House, somebody
besides Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La.)
will have to do it, I guess. He
couldn't see it.
Boggs also couldn't under understand
stand understand right &Way why, at a
time when everything is going
just great, outstanding govern government
ment government bonds are being traded at
far less than face value.
"In times of great prosper prosperity,"
ity," prosperity," Martin explained, "interest
rates rise. Rising interest rates
are not a sign of weakness but
a sign of growing confidence."
Apparently this didn't satis satisfy
fy satisfy Boggs either. Anyway, he
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CrucialHuddlo
Seeks Accorq:,
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GENEVA, June 15 (UNBritain sent Foreign Sec Secretory
retory Secretory Selwyn Lloyd back to the Big Four conference to today
day today with on urgent plea to give the East-West talks
second chance' 'at finding agreement for a summit car -,
ference.
Under direct urging from Prime Minister Harold',,,-
Macmillan, the United States and France apparently de de1
1 de1 1 cided to go along with the idea of giving Russia one more
chance to open the door to a summit meeting on Berlin.
, Lloyd flew here direct from a London cabinet meeting
ito go into an immediate western policy huddle with Sec SecIretary
Iretary SecIretary of State Christian Herter, French Foreign Minister
Maurice Couve de Murville and West Germany's Foreign
Minister Henrich Von Brentano.
They hoped to face Soviet Foreign Minister Andiei
Gromyko with all last-minute western differences ironed
out in a formal Big Four secret session a couple of hoyrs
later.

Differ ences had emerged
within the western camp on the
desirability of carrying on a
sixth week of the East-West
fcreign ministers' talks in stale
mate without some dramatic
, turnabout br Gromyko.
1,.. .P,utt,Aut t14-41fpitteriiL,Miipaters
iNfertirnilerthahr Ct'uciliTratrategy
huddle.oat qat-, Mui:Ville'it villa
this afternoon, all indications
were that the allies would r
alOng with Britain for anoth4
try at getting Gromyko to mod modify
ify modify his stand,
Authorita tive sources said
Macmillan had this blueprint
for salvaging some sort of a agreement:
greement: agreement: First, decide -within the
West on absolute rock-bottotn
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30-day term in Balboa jail for va vagrancy.
grancy. vagrancy. It was his second jail!
term for vagrancy this year.
Caiew has also served an 18-1
month term in Gamboa penitentia penitentiarj
rj penitentiarj for assault with intent to com commit
mit commit robbery. His sentence started
in August 1957.
In another case Balbino Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, 28, Panamanian, who spent
several weeks in Gorgas hosnital
af'er he was shot by a Canal Zone
no!'reman while trying to flee ar arrest,
rest, arrest, was bound for trial on two
counts.
One wns for the theft of approxi approximately
mately approximately 100 ft. of 19-strand copper
jumper wire valued at $35 which
Thompson had stashed in the jun jungle
gle jungle after removal from a Miraf lo lores
res lores storage area. Thompson Wag in
the process of cutting up the wire
when the cop sought to arrest him.
Tho first felony charge on
which Thompson was bound over
was that of petit larceny follow.
ing a previous conviction of a
similar offense.
The charge was the same on the
second petit larceny case. It grew
out of the fact that when arrested,
Thompson had in his possession a
pair of safety goggles and a metal
ruler, both of which had been in
the lawful possession of Victor Ro Rosero
sero Rosero at the Miraf lores pipe shop.!
The value of $150 was put on the
glasses and ruler.
Thompson was discharged from
Corgas some time ago and is now
in Balboa jail for want of $250 bail
in each case. 1
Interest Rates
said maybe rising interest rates,
and the government's troubles
therefrom, result from the gov government's
ernment's government's own hard money pol policy.
icy. policy. Not at ali, Martin observed.
If anything,' he aald, there has
been too much money around,
not too little.
And here he got Into some something
thing something even I cOuld understand.
He said it's not just the amount
of money in circulation that
you have to look at, but also
the speed at which the stuff is
turned over. Lately, he pointed
out, it has been turning over at
a great rate.
I'll say. Mine currently turns
over so fast It rarely luta out
the week.

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FIVE CENTS
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terms for agreement on fler.
un 8 lu,ure.
Seek Gromyko's accept acceptance
ance acceptance of these terms, at least
as the basis for throwing the
whole question of East- West
relations to a Summit -tenter
'nee, and setting alga:Wier'
-Atha -Summit Went, thi-for.,
eitn Ministers leaset-Geneva;.
As the talks entered their
sixth week, t,his was the situa situation.
tion. situation. Russia has demanded that
the 11.S., Britain and France get
out of West Berlin in a year or
face the consequences. The
West has refused.
The West wants a tempor temporary
ary temporary settlement to ease the Ser Sertr,,4)
tr,,4) Sertr,,4) crisis and let it be thrashed
out at a Summit conference.
1 uacati vi wriat
happens at Geneva.
Gromyko and Herter made no
moves to get together during
the weekend. Hert,er has said It
was up to the Russians to make
the next move. He was under understood
stood understood to have exchanged mes
sages with President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower on the situation.
American diplomats. more
than the British and French.
were leaning to the idea of
recessa proposal made by
West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer Saturday In
an interview with UPI ores&
dent Frank H. Bartholomew
at Bonn.
Adenauer suggested a totir totirweek
week totirweek recess. But the American
diplomats leaned more toward
six or eight weeks. to give RUs RUssla
sla RUssla plenty of time to think
things over.
Unless Gromyko brings in
some surprise concession atter
the week end recesshe was
believed to have been in contact
with the Kremlin the prob probability
ability probability of further talks Neemed wt.
likely.
There was talk that the con conference
ference conference might end tomorrow, or
, possibly Thursday. if Russlib in
sista on its demands that the
West clear out and that Wesi
Berlin be turned into a "fret
demilitarized city."
The
Judge's Bench
1 Norman Samuel Brown, 49, Goa Goata
ta Goata Rican, seemed in Balboa ,31a
, gistrate's Court to have diiplay diiplayed
ed diiplayed an allergy toward red traffie
signals.
i Failure to obey a flashing ged
signal cost him a fine of $5, tut
, on another charge, that of 1 a
ure to obey a steady red li
1 he received a suspended genteel
and a year's probation.
Luis Carlos Rural 31, Pal
manisn, was fined 910 for lack lacking
ing lacking a driver's license.
' George Nicolas, 42, Panamanian
was fined 35 for operating his
'bus in a prohibited Navy area.
John Edwin Thomson. 40, Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian bus driver, found it
cost VS to run his vechile without
at least one red taillight.
' A 95 fine was assessed against
Corium Henriques, 46, who WO
'found intoxicated.
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THE MAIL BOA

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CHERRIES FOR NEPTUNE'S TRIDENT

Sir:
Mas, my husband is one of those "hanging around pilots."
:He loafs unuer the house off and on, mostly on. However, we just
don't have such kindly neighbors and nobody seems interested
enough in him or his job to ask him over for drinks and ques questions,
tions, questions, and for sure no one thinks he or his job important enough
to share it with the newspaper readers.
Neptune's Trident is really on the ball and the best way, we
feel to recognize him and his great interest is to fill him in with
more details.
Now, if you were to ask my husband what kind of s.)hip he
prefers in the Canal, he's anwser a Norwegian. They have ste stevwdesses
vwdesses stevwdesses bring up and serve the meals.
-But what's really tough in this job is to get on a ship that
only has one pilot's stool and have to out4naneuver the skipper
to.keep it.
...."'po you want to know the extent of his job? My guy says, to
e-Ait as mail clerk for t4 steam ships.
Greeg, Spanish, Frefich, in fact since most of the ships uMng
the Canal are foreign flag ships that dispense alcoholic bevel
ape! unconcernedly, it's next to impossible to stay soben'This in incUantally
cUantally incUantally accounts for a large percentage of collisions, standings
alvd-lock damages. In fact, pilots.are issued along with assign assignment
ment assignment cards AA literature in a forlorn hope that it might pene penetrate
trate penetrate through their alcoholic fog and reach their conscience.
My better half also likes super ships that have more than one
pilot cause he has time to go below fen' a shower, shave, and
siestia.
Wife of a "Life Is Just a Bowl otCherries" Pi loy

HUMOR FROM 'GINGER'
Sir:
Life without humor would be dull indeed. I cannot tell if the
writer who signs himself "Treaty Monger" is trying to be sar sarcastic
castic sarcastic or not.
I think that he could do even better than his suggestions a about
bout about turning the Canal back to Panama and the 12 miles back
to Colombia, etc. think he could have added a few others like
turning back the new world (America) to its rightful owners
the Indians.
We the people of the colored races wouldn't have any worry
then as Europe fs the only Continent which rightfully belongs to
the white or Caucasian race. Anyway, if our good friends, "Treaty
Monger," would take a good peek into the life of the real own owners
ers owners of the United States (the Indians again), he'd notice that less
than 10 per cent of the real Americans follow the white man's
,ways of life or civilization.
' While my silly countrymen, the Negroes, are always fighting
:to end segregation and discrimination, the Indians seem satisfied
in living far from the white man in his reservation.
: The reason for same is simple. From early tradition laid down
,by their great, great grand parents, the young Iniuns are being
taught by their parents that there will come a day sooner or
:later when the Great Maker will destroy all palles face from this
world and give back the Injuns their land with plenty of buf buffaloes
faloes buffaloes again.
Strange as it may seem, it looks like the white race seems
to believe in that superstition also. Today many nations the
white race are spending billions and billiont'of dollars bri all
ldnds of projects like rockets. Why? They seem to be seeking a
new home. Where? On the moon of course.
But gettil g back to the serious side. just cannot see why
my government doesn't do like other nations do, namely taking
advantage of Uncle Sam's mistakes. Uncle Sam's system is to
squeeze his better independent countrymen. Why, the North A American
merican American business man is hurt more by their government than
even our government.
Why does our country allow Americans residing in the He.
public to do the things that are so embarrassingly revealed by
letters written by jealous Gringoes in the Canal Zone? It's a
known fact that Panama-licensed cars around the Zone club clubhouses
houses clubhouses belong to Americans residing in the Republic. We have a
Panama-North American Association but what else?
I suggest we have some kind of clubhouses on both sides of
the Isthmus for these Americans where they can get together
without being abused by their inferior countrymen.
Also, why is it that the houses turned over by the Panama
Canal in New Cristbal are not rented out to those American
businessmen living in Co ln but to those residing on the Canal
Zone side where they have to pay double-or-nothing rent? Take
a lot at nations other than us. In Paris lives the richest North
American, billionaire Paul Getty, in the Far East oil and re refineries'
fineries' refineries' King Ludwig, in Venezuela over 40,000 Gringoes, and in
Cuba still more despite the trouble that is happening there.
Yet, let's welcome the Americans that treat us like some somebody
body somebody and the many who always defend Panama rights in the
Mail Box.
My final suggestion is that the New Cristbal High School,
when turned over to Panama, should be placed in the hands of
the ,Panama-North American Association, which should make
samt into a Stateside or Mexican college. A large domicile could
be built near the school where classes in English, Spanish, French
and-other languages could be taught. Think of the saving and
profit to the government when North Americans and natives
woulti not have to travel abroad to get education that is available-here.
Ginger Know All.

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By VICTOR RIESEL
Crime-cracking Bob Kenndy has s,,,,,,-ir
cast the McClellan Committees il- t il 't4.1
nal drama with a Nit set of cnar cnaracters
acters cnaracters who will not upstage the V 4.
starnamely Jim Hofda. Hotta ,ill ';',',,'
will feel in his element at the big k '''',-1
hearing scheduled for tomorrow.
The "boys" will play themselves 1 4'
about IGO of them. They'll 'all -I :14 '-'
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be there under subpena in one
roomall the Fifth Amendment .
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set of pasthearings. 1. i t -',.'
Counselor Kennedy and Chair :.., voiit voiitman
man voiitman McClellan will mae one last .,5,in'
effort to produce a picture of i :Iv ':,'
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raw powerand the raw ones
whose muscle made that power. 7 2 ,4,77C
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After that, it will be up to the .,
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congress and the publicwithout 4 s :1,,; iy .-
benefit of committee. An era will 4. t ,:;
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word, fellows. The teamsters wiil ?''' tl; -::' fr:$iiA";
move en masse with precision ,o-- ;,,,94;14;
from the Senate hearing room on ., f! .1 ZiVi'..,t,'
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which pours the gasoline for all !; :4 .',ir,, ,,1:,; i.41:16-i'l''
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During their inner sanctum con- ,! .e-.4iX i;,' tildst 4 ;ahVo3;
versations, it is reported, t li e
teamster leaders talk not so
much of tying all rail, air, shin
and truck unions into one coali-
tionas they talk of weaving the
oil refinery unions into t h e ir
transport network. A dissribution :
strike at the spout end of the re- V
a ter
fineries could slow or stall ad'
traffic as easily as if Hata had'
a magic whistle which could stopi
every wheel in mid revolution.ITHE BROADWAY.

This is simply the old wAre wArehouse
house wArehouse technique. It sometimes
isn't enough to control truck traf traffic.
fic. traffic. Control the men in the ware warehouses
houses warehouses and a strike ccloses all
firms depending on supplies frlm
those bins. It isn't enough for
Hoffa wants the industry from
spout to spoutfrom the crude
oil tanks to gas station pumps.
That's whv Hoffa nersonally
has been hedge hopping from
Washington to Louisiana. to Tex Texas,
as, Texas, to california, to New Jersey,
to New England and to points in
between That's why he ,has
been wooing and wining and din dining
ing dining the leaders of scores of inde independent
pendent independent oil workers unions in ho hotels
tels hotels from Miami Beach to the Po Potomac
tomac Potomac shores
His first try was flung at the
20,000 Standard Oil workers- now
in something called the Esso ta tabor
bor tabor Council. More recently he has
been conferring with the leaders
of some outfits known as the Soconv-Mobil
Independent Unions.
The teamsters have their re
searchers going over data at oth other
er other companies such as Humble
Oil. This is no paper warif you
don't count dollar bills, that is.
That Esso Labor Council is real.
On it are twp delegates froin
each of the ind-ependent unions at
Esso ptants in six states. They
coordinate their "problems" with
Hoffa's acvities. They confer
with teamster leaders.
If Hoffa can tie them up in one
Teamster Petroleum Division, he
can call them out on strike some
da y.
Then all transport could be
threatened with paralysis. Each of
the big companies produce some
gasoline, some Diesel, some high
octane gas. Strike the refineries
or the delivery trucks sod you
needn't strike any other distri distributive
butive distributive industry to make the no.
tion stand still.
No diesel ottno full railroad
schedul.s. No high octane gas--
no air travel, no air freight. No
engine fuelno shipping and no
barge transport. No gasno long
or short truck hauls.
And no violation of contracts
anywhere. The employer simply
would not have the fuel. That
wouldn't be the local Union's
fault, would It?
That's why it will be interest interesting
ing interesting to see the power elite all gath gathered
ered gathered in one room in the final act
of the McClellan drama.
During its 2,700-year his history,
tory, history, the city of Istanbul, Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, has had four namee. It
was founded about 680 B.C. as
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Constantine made the city the
capital of the Roman Empire
and called it Nova Roma (New
Rome). After his death the
city was- renamed Constanti Constantinople
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HOLYWOOD JET
Latest Boy-Meets-Girl story in
Movietown: Ty Power's widow
Debbie and Arthur Loew. Insid Insiders
ers Insiders believe Sondra Seagram, the
Canadian distiller's heiress, is on
the verge of eloping with a New
Yorker. She is a Finch student...
Phyllis Kirk's reconciliation with
Hollywood comic Morf Sahl de devastated
vastated devastated several swain back here.
.Frank Sinatra's date last week
with starlet Kipp Ha milt on
"worked." It won back her real
love, John Turner, scion of a vtine
family. .The Betty Grable-Doris
Day "feud" followed an innocent
comment by- Doris in an inter interview:
view: interview: "I remember seeing her in
the moviteiwisei ilyas a very lit little
tle little girld.." Joan qawford't,pre qawford't,predicament
dicament qawford't,predicament i feardd, by many oth.
ers in Hollywood. People sith o
keep on living like movie stars
live in the movieseven when the
Big Money stops.
The Arthur Millers (Marilyn
Monroe) are buying up Brooklyn
realty in huge chunks. .Strin
star Sherry Britton's latest hand handclapper
clapper handclapper is Aly Khan. A welcome
oatron at Bal Tabarin. .The
Marquis of Montoro and lovely
Julia (Darvas and Julia at the
Latin Quar'er) are a nighty datea-tete.
.The Toast of Paris is a
Pittsburgh ebony chick named
Marpessa Dawn. Her first film,
"Black Orpheus." won honors at
the Cannes Fostival. She will
SOOr wed Belgian actor George
Vander. .Dodgerst hurler John JohnnV
nV JohnnV Podres has insomnia because
of the nrettiest cocktail waitress
at the Slate Broaers' spot in Hol Holwood.
wood. Holwood. The "Porgy and Bens" produc production
tion production on Broadway in 1935 lost its
entire investmen, of S70.000. In Including
cluding Including George Gershwin's royal royalties.
ties. royalties. Most of the critics did not
appreciate it. The Goldwym mo movie
vie movie version is expected to earn
20 million or more. .Former
Mayor William O'Dwyer's compa companions
nions companions at his Mexico retreat are
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many, but the doll he favors is
20th Century Fox actress Mar Margia
gia Margia Dean, whose family in Greece
have royal blood. ."G y p s y"
show-gel Gloria Kirsty is getting
The Large Rush from Julio Pe Perez,
rez, Perez, emerald merchant of Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela. Vice Squad head has
sent New York's most attractive
sinners to Miami Beach. Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Rich, Starring at the Metro Metropole,
pole, Metropole, got two $100 tips from a
whoopee-making cattleman from
Kansas named Oberfield..."Sweet
Bird of Youth" played its 100th
perf of June 3rd when the gross
it 3500,000.
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That Gussie Moran! She is up upsetting
setting upsetting Sutton Place's fashionable
window-watching set with her fig
ger and form (and embroidered
short-shortie )on th,o, Town Tennis
club courtidally1
statement to London reporters a about
bout about meeting a girl he liked best
(in N. Y.) wouldn't be starlet Ann
Lombard, would she? His la st
date here at the Newport, She's
Gina Lollopalooza's lookalike.
london's angriest playwright
and his actress wife are starring
in their own off-stage theme.
While she appears at Stratfordon-Avon,
he is touring the Conti Continent
nent Continent with her best female friend.
Zsa-Zsa's planned Tv series (ti (titled
tled (titled "Zsa-Zsa") casts her in the
role of a socialite, who adopts a
10 year old boy. A la "Auntie
Mame"?. .The British writers
for London's comic Dave King
(he replaced Berle) are smart
cookies. They write themselves in into
to into many of the sketches. .Nobo .Nobody
dy .Nobody knows why Van Janson snub snubed
ed snubed the role th4 Robert Stack
inherited in "The Untouchables,"
TV's top dramatie hit of the sea:
son. After seeing Stack in the
role, however, it is difficult to
see how Van could have been bet better.
ter. better. lane Morgan is leading
York to beat the exhorbitant new
tax rap. She will dwell in Conn.
.Society reporter Igor Cassini's
t-ospitalization WaS for blood poi poiRoning.
Roning. poiRoning. .1lifty Platter Roberta
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lo" from the "Destry" score.
His pals' explanation for figh.ter
Tony Anthony's poor showing: A
Blazing Toren.
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Sinatra's film version of the
Broadway comedy hit, "Hole In
The Head," has only one member
of the original Cast? Connie Saw Sawyer,
yer, Sawyer, who had no hnes. She got
the lustiest laughs staggering a across
cross across the stage with a goofy frin.
.Press-Agentry de luxe: The Na Navy's
vy's Navy's new sidewalk recruiting post posters
ers posters next month will feature Jer JerLeis.
Leis. JerLeis. A tie-up with his new
film. "Don't Give Up the Ship!"
Singer Vanilla Thomas' first
name is what her parents chris chrisOiled
Oiled chrisOiled her. .Constance Cornish.
author of "Dead of Winter," a
pew mystery book, appeared in
the original produotion of Brad Bradway"
way" Bradway" 30 years ago: She Is wed
to a Herald Tribune editor. .30
years ago? June 10, 1929 wqs
when this colyum began in The
N. Y. Mirror. And in The Vau Vaudeville
deville Vaudeville News in 1920. Our favor favorit.
it. favorit. rap: A weekly's headline in
1933: "Broadway Column Fad
Fading."
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When "My Fair Lady" co-parent.
hian Lerner, refuseu
pfoviue it score tor ne pirateu
version m twoscow, we uovlet
httaeile suggested twit
our utato uepi, seilit a touring
company of -Limy- to Angola,
similar to "korgy and hem."
Air. Lerner pass-It tile Duca to
lai utevenson, wno was legal
auv.sor tot .tue tinuiws' Leabde
m trying to Conect muhons ot ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated Anti unpaid loyalties
trom the Soviit Gov't. ..suleen
uompton, wno appeared in we
mangtect oft-Bromway version ca
"Lysistrata," isn't seen at the
Unemployment insurance w n n(lows
(lows n(lows oecause' she bapited a mint
via realty deals, .Critic Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth t)nan's rave &alp on
"Gypsy" in The New Yorker:
rirst at..t periection. The
second. mere brilliance". .An
exciting alga spot w "five Pen Pennies":
nies": Pennies": Dant haye, Louis Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong anu year oid uusan tor tordon
don tordon chanting "Lullaby in hag hagtime."
time." hagtime." --
According to a mag's report
"Jima Lewinou saves wiee-tiuttiters
ca ins salary." wito taxes so
nowcurn. luer luermas
mas luermas s blog concludes; nope
it 8 peep wee allowing me".
Betore eacn tieriorm,ince star
tiwen Veruon timers up by
touching the Iloor witn the bacx
ot her wrists witnout bending a any
ny any knee. .Performers reveal
Wet wrector George Anoott nev never
er never loses his temper with them,
never raises his voice and never
uses the tamest profanity
Jayne Manstield nescrineu the co color
lor color of her motor car as "panty
mit" .0f the 21 current snows
about a dozen are expected to
survive the Sahara months.
Hollywood has enough antiquated
films to supply TV tor another 5
'years. 'End of Warning. .Doris
Day's remarkable record: She
has starred in 21 consecutive
nema clicks.
Eire's ban of all the songs
from the delightful "Gigi" has
Tin Pan Alley eyebrows high.
- Cary Grant never travels with without
out without his special sun-lamp. That
erplains his perpetual tan.
vonne Taylor and Ronnie Gran Granger,
ger, Granger, radio eyec, wed tomorrow.
.The producers of "They CaMe
to Cordura,' defying censors, re re,
, re, fused to delete Rita Hayworth's
' seduction ordeal. .Marlene Die
'trich, who never exercises. hasn't
changed an ounce in 20 years.
Weighs 102. .Lisa Kirk is being
held over an extra five days at
the Persian Room, ending June
19. .New hangout for the AM'
pack: Near the giant windows
outside the Surf and Spray on W
56th Street where the 'chorine8
.and models swim in bikinis.

WASHINGTON ..Evidenf ba.s

been uncovered that the Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Department's decision tp buy
surplus frozen eggs may have
been leaked in advance, to com commodity
modity commodity speculators.
Five days before the official An Announcement,
nouncement, Announcement, Paul Dennis, an Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, IL, poultry producer,
wrote to a select list of clients:
"Watch for important announce announcements
ments announcements to boost the egg market
.The big boys are ready tti-run
th.e market upbuy two or three
carsif you get a good profit tate
it. Upon receipt of this letter call,
your friends, get them in oft this
quick raise in the market."
Although the Agriculture De Department
partment Department had put out exactly the
opposite information, Dennis' pre prediction
diction prediction turned out to be uncanni uncannily
ly uncannily accurate. Here is the curious
chronology:
May 26 The Agrigulture De Department
partment Department notified House Agricul
ture Chairman Harold Cooley
that there was little likelihood of
an increase in federal egg pur purchases.
chases. purchases. This news sent the price
of egg futures skidding from 30
to 28.5 cents during the next two
days.
May 28 Despite the Agricol
ture Department's official word,
Dennis advised his clients to buy
egg futures. He predicted a new
announcement that would boost
the price "one or two cents."
June 1 Reversing its earlier
report to Cooley, the Agriculture
Department announced it would
start buying frozen eggs.
June 3 Egg futures hit a
high of 31.4 cents. Those who had
followed Dennis' advice made two
to three cents a dozena tremen tremendous
dous tremendous profit if they speculated in
much volume.
Dennis denied to this column
that he had received "inside" in information.
formation. information. Congressional invesigla invesiglators
tors invesiglators would like to know, more,
howevr, about the big boys who
were "ready to run the market
up." Secretary of Agriculture Ez Ezra
ra Ezra Benson, the strait-laced Mor Mormon
mon Mormon apostle, is also checking to
see whether any subordinates
have egg on their faces.
ANOTHER SLUSH FUND
Despite the uproar over the
privite fund collected by Califor California
nia California businessmen to help Vice
President Nixon with his expens expenses
es expenses as a Senator, they are now
raising a similar slush fund for
his California colleague, C o n ngressman
gressman ngressman Don Jackson.
Contributions have been solicit solicited
ed solicited by C. D. McCarron, an insur insurance
ance insurance exeuctive, who turns over
the money directly to the Con Congressmin's
gressmin's Congressmin's office.
The fund is supposed to pay
princ,ipally for a weekly newslet newsletter
ter newsletter 'which,. J'ackson mail to 7,000
constituents. McCarron acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to this column, however,
that the fund also covers other
expenses such as the Congress Congressman's
man's Congressman's travel between Washington
and California.
McCarron heads a 25,man col collection
lection collection committee which he ad admitted,
mitted, admitted, has been raising expeme
money for Jackson for eight
years. Some members listed on
the committee, however, told this
column they didn't realize they
had been appointed.
McCarron said he could not es estimate
timate estimate how much has been col collected,
lected, collected, because the money .is han handled
dled handled by the Congressman's office.
But he insisted that no a cent
goes Imo Jackson's private pock,
et.
Note: Nixon and Jackson were
elected to Congress together in
1946. Thomas Stephens, nOW
President Eisenhower's appoint appointment
ment appointment secretary but then a confi confidential
dential confidential adviser to Tom Dewey,
call Dewey's attention to both
men at the time as two promis promising
ing promising Republican freshmen.
UPROAR OVER RELIGION
The Jewish community is in an
uproar over the way Secretary of
Commerce Strauss' supporters
have injected the religious issue
into his fight for confirmation
It was first introduced into the
public record by New York's Cwt.
gressman Steve 'Derounian who,
as a key Republican on the House
Commerce Committee, has been
close to Strauss.
Derounian denied to his col

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- "I haven't seen .'Stratias -: in a
month nacept to say-hello onie
at diener,:l.!i the. Congreuman in insisted.
sisted. insisted. 'tie one asked me to raise
the Telitions 'pettish...11w my
own idcat.", -,- -i---'i7;
ActuallyZ thel,! Opposipen 'to
Strauss thas not been on religious
grounds:- Aurpromieent Jews
have oppctsed him ,becainie of his
treatment-, of his fellowi, religion-
lats. Thei suspect;i-bek doun't
want till, share his nati 1 prom prominence
inence prominence with, any, other, ew,
They point, out. for example,'
that Strauss was activ :in "the ..
campaitn- against formee,Atomie
Energyu Chairman Devidil, Wen Wena
a Wena that. Liter Strauss trove 1. Rob Robert
ert Robert Oppenheimer, father' of the at atimic
imic atimic bomb, out of goveniment.
More recently. Strauss-has tried
to play down the achievements ot
Adm. Hyman Rickover, lather of
the atomic submarine. ty
All three are Jews who threat threatened
ened threatened to -overshadow him. in ,Ithe
atomic energy field.
, FOUR-ALARM 1
iSEWING SESSION' t:; 1
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No spot in the Pentagon la more
'strictly guarded than the secrets,-
'riat where the militarY chiefs
I plan their secret strategy.. 7
I How they are protected" et
course, cannot be revealed. But
at one time the clerks were arm armed
ed armed with pistols disguised as foun fountain
tain fountain pens.
Gen. Omar Bradley, then Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Joint Chief'', was
more nervous about the protee proteeticin
ticin proteeticin than the danger. He finally
got rid of the lethal fountain pens
to prevent some clerk from hurt hurting
ing hurting himself.
Instead, an alarm system was
installed with buttons under each
desk to summon armed guards.
One day, Bradley ilpped a but button
ton button off 'his pants. This preseutcd
a delicate problem which he
could bardly turn over to his sic sicretary.A..So,
retary.A..So, sicretary.A..So, with a borrowed 'nee 'needle
dle 'needle and thread, he attempted to
sew the errant button on his own
britches.
In, the struggle, his knee acci accidentally
dentally accidentally bumped the alarm but button.
ton. button. Bells clanged, lights flash flashed,
ed, flashed, and guards swarmed into
Bradley's office.
He looked up sheepishly.
"Can't a man sew his pants,"
he demanded, "without causing a
crisis?"
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EDITATION
(Protentect by tha Department
of Christian Education of tho
Episcopal Church in the mho..
Monet Diocese of Ow Pan&
ma Canal Zeno.)
CHRISTMAS IN JUNI
"For to us a child Is born.
...and his name will bo calla
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty
God, Everlasting Father, Prince
of Peace.
RSV.
Christmas,.in June? It may
seem strange that we read tho
Christmas prophecy at the be beginning
ginning beginning of summer. We should
realize God is giving us the four fourfold
fold fourfold gift of His Son every day.
It may be that Isaiah looked
for an earthly king. we know
this, however: it was not until
Christ's coming that the prophet's
dream came true.. Christ alone
is the perfect answer to our,hu our,human
man our,human predicament.
In the presence of IN the
thoughtful man realizes his weak weakness.
ness. weakness. He feels alone and harass harassed
ed harassed On every side by anxieties
with which he cannot cope Nor
can ally other man meet his
needs.' But Jesus is Wonderful
Counselor. the source of all wis wisdom.
dom. wisdom. As Mighty God he gives us
strength sufficient for our needs.
He is the Everlasting P ether
Who has a loving concern for ev every
ery every man. As Prince of Peace He
brings' calm assurance.
Ctristmas in June? Yes, and
Pvery (lilt in the year Christ of offers
fers offers us His fourfold gift. D3 we
take il?
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Russia, Ea4 Gern,lany To Sign
Peace Treiy If Ai lies Remain

- t NAST BERLIN (UP Rus Rus,
, Rus, ala and East Germany 41 sign
separate peace tre within
two ears if the Allies efuse to
' clear out of West B lin, the
' East' Berlin Communist rty lea leader
der leader said Sunday.
Party chief Paul Ver r spoke
to visiting Western n. smen a
'few hours before Eas: German
, Premier Otto Grotewho and Na NatiOnal
tiOnal NatiOnal Party -leader lter VI VIbricht
bricht VIbricht were scheduled ,' fly to
Moscow for important c, ferences
ln the kremlin.
Verner's remarks oed a
statement by Ulbricht ublished
Sunday, in which the National
Party chief again dema d adop adoption
tion adoption of the Soviet pla to end
Allied rights in West :din and'
turn it into a "free de litarized
Ulbricht also called conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of a peace treaty ng Rus Russian
sian Russian lines which would eep the
I two Germanies perma ntly di divitied.
vitied. divitied. 4
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The West has rejecte loth the
Soviet demands on Berli and the
proposal for t treaty 'w h would
leave Germany divided.
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grourof -10 Negroes a whites
paraded into a large d artment
store Saturday to begiha lunch
counter demonstration r).t lead leaders
ers leaders said may last for eks.
Only about five memb s of the
group could obtain se imme immediately,
diately, immediately, but others sat iwn as
white patrons left. Non of the
Negroes were served. v
It appeared at first if the
demonstration would come a
contest to see who c ld stay
seated the longest, the' egroes
or a row of determined ite pa patrons
trons patrons who refused to I- e their
stools.
Dr. J. O. Brown, Ne., cha's cha'sman
man cha'sman of the group, pro tted as
the 'department store p. ed the
lunch counter seats with ts own
employes. Store officials refused
to discuss the matter b walked
' hurriedly back and forth r whis whispered
pered whispered conferences with .e seat seated.
ed. seated.
Brown said his group s com composed
posed composed of member of a ational
organization, "The Com ttee on
Racial Equality." He ai it was
not connected with the ACP.
Brown called the pres ssocia-).
tions and a few other ne medic
before staging the deno.tration
which started about 30 'flutes
late. A number of televili cam cameramen
eramen cameramen and newspaper porters
were wafting when the oup fil filed
ed filed into the store Grant' it epart epartment
ment epartment Store.
"We're going to stay efinite efinitely,"
ly," efinitely," )3rown declared. 'T h a t
ti
means we're going to s until
all of us are served."
Services Plan
Tuesday For
( Ernesto Good
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Funeral services WM'
1 at 1 p.m. tomorrow in 1
! zal Chapel for the late
(George) Wiley Goo
deid Thursday at Gorg
tal following a length
Burial will follow in th
2emetery.
Mr. Gooden, 88, a re
Panama City, was an e
the U. S. Army at Coroz
He is survived by his
, Cecilia, and his sister,
dolyn Gooden Medfor
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here and in Colon.
beld
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Corozal
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ten Yountten party' in Moscow. U.S. youngsters are Leslie Mapes (elbow on t,able at
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The East German foreign min ministry,
istry, ministry, press chief, Stefan Heymana,
predicting that there would have
to be a summit conference to
settle the Berlin quarrel, said he
expected the East German talks
with Nikita Khrushchev in Moscow
to concentrate on economic af affairs.
fairs. affairs. But there was no doubt that
the Geneva foreign ministers con conference
ference conference and the Berlin crisis
would be discussed.
Repeats Communist Demand
Berlin party leader Verner em emphasized
phasized emphasized the Berlin quarrel and
repeated the Communist demand
that the 10,800-man American,
British and French garrison in
West Berlin be removed.
"The troopz in West Berlin are
used to support the cold war
against the (East) German Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Republic and other socia socialist
list socialist states, he said.
Verner again laid claim to West
Berlin as part of a foreign
East German state.
"The West Berlin area belongs
to the area of the German Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Republic," he said. Recog Recognize
nize Recognize it or not, that is a geo geographical
graphical geographical fact."
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Invesiment Clinic
At Service Center
In Balboa Tonight
An investment clinic sponsored
by the USO-JWB under the di direction
rection direction of C. T. Richardson, Jr.
will meet at the Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa at 7:30
this evening.
During this session, there wM
be a showing of two shorts films,
"What Makes us 'Tick" and
"Behind the Ticker Tape," the
latter through the courtesy of
the 1.1'. S. Information Service.
After the film showings, Ri Richardson
chardson Richardson will continue his Ice Icetures
tures Icetures of .investment principles,
this time concentrating on a dis discussion
cussion discussion of rights and warrants.
If time allows, he will also talk
about tmderwriting end the pro procedures
cedures procedures this follows.
All registered participants are
urged to attend.
Spanish Classes
Continue At USO
Miss Claudette Villafranca's
cabs for Beginner's Conversation Conversational
al Conversational Spanish continues tonight at
7:30 at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa.
These classes are available
without charge to all service servicemen
men servicemen and the general public.

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-.11111 PANAMA AMERICAN AN

IS-TIMIMO
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Panama Youth Trains
To Become Navy Pilot
FUTURE NAVY PILOT
Training to be a Navy flier at
the Pensacola, Fla., Naval Air
Station is Naval Aviation Cadet
Richard c. betancourt (above),
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sergio Be Betancourt
tancourt Betancourt of Panama City. The
youth, who attended Vanderbilt
University bofore entering flight
schoo, will be commissioned an
ensign upon saccessild comple completion
tion completion of the training.
House Gpup Adds'
Ex-Conoressmeri
Tit Conked Probe:
WASHINGTON (UPI) House
investigators said yesterday their
inquiry into the "munition lobby"
will cover any ex-congressmen
as well as former military offi officers
cers officers and civilian government
workersemployed by defense in industry.
dustry. industry. t
Chairman F. Edward Hebert
(D-La.) made public the text of
questionnaire his House Armed
Services Investigating Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee sent to about 85 of the na nation's
tion's nation's biggest defense contrictors.
The activities of the "munitions
lobby" have been brought up at
President Eisenhower's news con
ferences recently. The President,
,without using the label himself,
told reporters that factors other
than 'strict military needs "obvi "obviously"
ously" "obviously" were affecting defense
purchasing policies.
The subcommittee letters asked
for information on all former of officers
ficers officers who retired with the rank
of captain or higher in the Army
and Air Force, and lieutenant or
higher in the Navy who are now
on the payrolls of the firms.
In addition, the firms were re requested
quested requested to provide similar infor information
mation information on employes who former formerly
ly formerly worked for the executive or
legislative branches, of govern government,
ment, government, whether "by election, nom nomination,
ination, nomination, appointment, or under the
civil service system."
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INVITATIONS TO WEDDING dr miss morrA,
MR. ALBERTO BOYD JR. ARE ISSUED
Of outstanding social interest in Panam City will be the
marriage Saturday, June 27, of Miss Ana Elena Motta, daughter
of Mr. and Airs. Felipe E. Motta, and Alberto A. Boyd Jr., son of
Panami's Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and Industry and
Mrs. Albert A. Boyd, Sr.
Invitations to attend the ceremony at Cristo Rey Church
have been issued by the parents of the bride-elect.

isthmian Toastmasters
To Meet Tuesday
Joe Brigandi will
master of the evening
Mg' of the Isthmian
ters Club Tuesday
six in the Fern !loom
voli Guest House.

Sneakers will be Miles. Grahn,
Arthur O'Leary, Buck, Taylor,
Jack Ward and l'at Moran. Bob
Engelke will be in charge of ta table
ble table topics, and Jim O'Rorke will
be ,the general evaluator.

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COMPLETE BEDS 19.50; MATTRESSES 6.50; MAHO MAHOGANY
GANY MAHOGANY WARDROBES 22.00; SPRINGS 12.50; KERO KEROSENE
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Cocktail Party
For Guillermo Andreve
The birthday of Guillermo An Andreve
dreve Andreve was the occasion for a fes
tive cocktail party. given at the
Andreve residence Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. A large number of friends
called to extend best wishes.

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Meeting

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'Social Events Honor
It Ars. Dora Fastlich
' Mrs. Dora Fastlich, who la
leaving on a trip of Europe, has
been honored with several par parties
ties parties in Panama City.
The Ambassador of Ecuador to
Panama, Dr. Hugo Moncayo, and
Mrs. Moncayo entertained at a
luncheon party Sunday, and a
tea was given later in the linen,
noon by Mrs. Gerta Helder.

Cristobal-Margarita
Civic Council Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of ti.e Cristobal-Margarita Civic
Council will be held at 7:30 this
evening at the Margarita Ser Service
vice Service Center.
Certificates of appreciation will
be presented to several resi residents
dents residents of the community, and
im porta nt announcements will
be made concerning the communOr.

Medical Association
The Medical Association of the
isthmian Canal Zone will meet
Tuesday evening at seven in
Ward 17 at Gorges Hospital.
The scientific proeram, preced preceded
ed preceded by a buffet, will be present..
ed by Dr. Bobby J. S'inebaugh of
Gorgas.
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Atlantic Camara Club
The Color Division of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Camera Club will meet this
evening at 7:45 at the club rooms
at Mount Hope. The program will
feature a set of slides from
national club competition, and
glided on a general subject will
he judeed for rmints toward the
local club's plaque.

TEMBLORS REPORTED

earth shocks were reported yester
day somewhere in the vicinity of
the Chile-Peru border in South
America.
Fatber Joseph Lynch. at Ford Fordham
ham Fordham University. said the shocks
were recorded on the ttniversity's
seismogranh. He said the first
shock was at 8:22 a.m. e.d.t. and
the second at 8:30 a.m.

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I(Dorothy Ki !gallon is on vaca
Non. Mir guost columnist to.
Alay is Ms "Groomr," Bing
. Crosby.)
,

BING CROSBY WRITES':
'
i Some scribal WM MOW kini
enough to sots sty absence from
i toe, silver screen tor a coaple
' of 'years awre moved to rumor
- that my retirement- was imme immenent.
nent. immenent. Despite the undeniable fact
that dus is oqe rumor willch
Time will eventually render into
truth, I'm happy to state. that
at this writing ar least, it's pre premature.
mature. premature. Neither singing nor movie 'act 'acting
ing 'acting ha. ever impressed mc as
downright drudgery, nd fre frequently
quently frequently both have proven to be
exhilarating. I've long been some some'
' some' thing of a lattatic about golf,
I and to me one of life's greatest
:thrills is to fish a good trout
stream. In fact I've thought, on
occasion, that if I had followed
' fishing as a profession I quite
, possibly might have taken up'
!performing as an avocation. 1
I Moreover, with a wife and four
grown bdys all doing niceiy as
, entertainers and a smaller sprout
who is already revealing a
penchant for performing, I find
,it advisable, considering my no nominal
minal nominal status as head of the fa family,
mily, family, to remind them occasional occasionalIly
Ily occasionalIly that I try to do a little 'alter 'altertaining
taining 'altertaining myself.
However, Iet's face it. I'm a
little tougn to cast these da)s. It
seems that I've become some somewhat
what somewhat "maaire,", shall we say, to
get the girl and far too scifish
to let her go. That plateau is
apt to limit a fellow's usefulness
in the movies.

And so, when 20th. Century CenturyMBLORS
MBLORS CenturyMBLORS REPORTED Fox came a long with the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that I piay Father Con ConNEW
NEW ConNEW YORK (UPI) T w o roy in "Say One for Me," I told
th shocks were reported yester them I just happened to have a
somewhere in the vicinity of cassock handy. Tney already had
Chile-Peru border in South young Rohert Wagner, who is just
ierica. coming into his full powers as a
'an-Pr Joseph Lynch. at Ford- star, and thought they could get
T1 University. said the shocks along with a new and perhaps
re recorded on the university's less expensive personality for
smogranh. He said the first the feminine lead. I've always
tic was at 8:22 a.m. e.d.t. and figured, however, that anybody in
second at 8:30 a.m. motion pictures needs to be
associated with good actors and
big names with marquee

strength There are quite a few
reasons for this, but finally (and
very selfishly) if a pictur3
a cruier, I want some fellow
sufferers. I am averse to having
one of my pictures referred to, as
"Crosby'a hist: hmelet.'?. Let
someone tela.,takt,h:sont a et ,r--the
beaten egg.el,.! .k ',, 4
So, Frank Tashlin, our producer-director,
passed some kind
of a miracle and came up
with Debbie Reynolds, who was
to show us all a lot. She's "a
pro," which may seem rather a
drab description of someone so
lissome and lovely, but in this
minstrel's limited lexicon it is
the highest praise on player can
give another. And they round rounded
ed rounded up Ray Walston, whose work
in "South Pacific" and Damn
Yankees" left him without peer
as a comedian.
During the course of our tiro tiroduction,
duction, tiroduction, I watched our director
become more and more involved

'ISOM

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THE VOICE 'OF
BROADWAY

by Dorothy Killgollen

with the talents of his flock of
thespians. A wonctrotudy teuder,
yet numorous love scene between
Debbie and Wagner, and a
betted by Wagner, will become
historic in the movie industry, I
thing
ln fact, as shooting proLre3-
zed, I began to. wonder if I
hadn't gathered around too much
and-cruiler insursnce. This pic picture
ture picture certainly never will be re referred
ferred referred to as "Crosby's lagt o
meta." I just hope somebody re remembers
members remembers I was in it.
But they shot some 'awfully
good scenes anti with enough
good scenes we have a- good cm cmLure.
Lure. cmLure. any actor whose head
is not a blob of bubble gum
should care about is to be sago sagociated
ciated sagociated with a good picture,. If
he ends up with most of the
footage ,and the picture's a tur turkey,
key, turkey, what has .he accomplished?

I can't complain that they
didn't give me my chance to snine
in "Say One for Me," though.
It is one of the little visUal jokes
in the script that I attempt
to imitate a little dance step
I've seen Bob Wagner do. as assumed
sumed assumed it would be a simple thing,
but shortly alter we went into
production Wagner came to me
and said, "Bing, this is goingto
be real gasser. We've really
made this joke into something. I
do a Bill Robinson on the stairs
and then a back-flip into thd or orchestra
chestra orchestra pit. Then, at .the of the
picture, you do the same thing.
It'll kill the people, huh?"
I had to- decline. To adapt an
old joke:
What would I have done for an
encore?

Cuban Peso Robber
Being Hunted Near
Mexico-U.S. Border

MEXICO CITY, June 15 (UP!)
Latest reports on whereabouts
of the ex-Cuban airplane pilot
charged with stealing four mil million
lion million Cuban pesos week ago
from an American woman place
him on the U.S. border.
Federal agents have gone to
Matamoros and Reynosa looking
for Arnaldo Acosta Meza, misk
ing since the reported holdup of
Mrs. Marilyn Kay Thal, of Miami,
Fla. They are checking reports
Acosta Meza had headed for the
U.S.
Mrs. Thal was de or t ed
Wednesday on charges she had
violated, her tourist veritit lyir en engaging
gaging engaging in business transactions,
trying to sell outlawed Cuban pe pesos.
sos. pesos. Acosta Meza was previously re reported
ported reported in Cuba, Yucatan and Cen
tral America.

HANDSHAKER ADVISED
LONDON (UPI) Canadians
wl-o will shake hands with Queen
Eli7abeth during her six-week Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian tour have been instructed
to take it easy, it was reported
yesterday. The newspaper 'Em 'Empire
pire 'Empire News' said orders 'have gone
out that the Queen's hand must
not be grinned hard. to prevent
bruising and crushing."

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West opened'the king of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and continued with the
queen. A shift to a. club would
have set the hand but West did
not think of that.
South ruffed the second dia diamond
mond diamond and studied the hand care carefully.
fully. carefully. If either the king of trumps
or ace of clubs would show up
in the West hand the contract
would be a cinch but East needed
both those cards for his opening
bid.
Hence, finesses were not going
to work but South saw there was
an alternate play for his con contract.
tract. contract. He led the queen of trumps
and went up with dummy's ace.1
Mavbp the king would drop but
it didn't.
Now South ruffed dummy's
last diamond and proceeded to
run hearts. East could trump the
third lead but chose to discard.
He had no defense anyway.
The fourth heart was led next
and one of dummy's clubs dis discarded.
carded. discarded. Now South led another trump
and East was in the lead with the
king of trumps. He had two
ehoiee of plays but each was use useless.
less. useless. He conld lead a, diamond
hand And discArd another club 1
Rnd allow South to ruff in his
from dummy, or be cluld learl
the ace of clubs and establish
dummy's king.

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North Esst South West 1
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You, South, hold:
AK911? IPACCEd debAJ91
What do you do?
ABid two spades. You have
19 points in high eards and
should five" your partner the
pleasant news right away.
TODAY'S QUESTION'
Your partner raises you to
four spades. What 10 you IP
Answer Tonsirrow

Indiana Prosecutor
Who Balked At Vice
Probe Resigns Job

CHICAGO (UPI) Metro Ho Holovachka,
lovachka, Holovachka, who figured prominen prominently
tly prominently in the Senate Rackets Commit Committee
tee Committee probe of vice and corruption
in the Gary, Ind. area yesterd2y
resigned as chief 'deputy prosecut prosecutor
or prosecutor of Lake County, Ind.
"I have come to the point
wtere I can no longer tolerate
the abuse and character assasi assasination
nation assasination upon my person as well
as upon the community of which
I live," he said.
"For that reason I so pow
tender my resignation...and I
sincerely hope that with my res resignation
ignation resignation that we can all put our
shoulders to the whell and start
building the reputation of our
communtiy instead of destroying
it," he added.
Holovaci-la made public his
resignation on a Chicago televis television
ion television show.
During the rackets committee
hearings, Sen. John. McCle1141
W-Ark.), committee chairman, re referred
ferred referred to Holovachka as an "op "operating
erating "operating part of the criminal syn syndicate
dicate syndicate which conducted vice and
gambling" in the Gary area.
The I,ake County Council of
Churches demanded the resigna resignation
tion resignation of Holovack a after he bAlked
before the Rackets Committee
and refused to tell the source of
327,724 in income which he re received
ceived received In the years 1951-58.
But Sunday Holovachka said he
refused to tell the committee
about his income because he felt
it was a "personal sffair" and not
a proper matter before the com committee.
mittee. committee. He went on to explain that the
huge sum found in his checking
accounts by the committee invest!.
gators was a special trustee ac account
count account in which he deposifed
money. of his clients while await.
ing completion of real estate
deals.
Ile said his partners in his
private law firm all had similar
Recounts, and that money MISPed
in and out of these accounts constantly.

NOSES LOST IN FEUD
BAHAWAtPUR, Pak istan
(UPI)Seven persons lost noses
in a fetid over a woman before
village elders arranged a truce,
according to word received here
yesterday.
The reports from Warni village
in the remote Rahimiyar Khan
district said the trouble started
when members of one family ao
cused Allah Ditta of having relit.
tions with one of their women and
chopped off his nose. Ma sliced
off the note of one of his assail.
ants and the feud was on.

IMPISH carrots pack lot ot good et.ting wel
meat. Bete they've been cooked In chteke oth
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By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA food and Markets Editor

Never underestimate the g a amour
mour amour of,a fresh carrot. Available
12 months a year, it is too often
Itreated like a peasant apd just
boiled.
But this aristocrat in flavor and
textUre, storehouse of essential vi vi,tamin
,tamin vi,tamin A, can be served in de deBghtful
Bghtful deBghtful and de luxe ways. So let's
take a look at their golden possi possibilities.
bilities. possibilities. Savory Carrots: Fresh, whole
red-gold carrot cooked in chick chicken
en chicken broth, seasoned with meized
butter or margarine, dusted with
ground black pepper and garnish garnished
ed garnished with chives.
Or, for a color and flavor bar barmony,
mony, barmony, satileed carrots and green
peppers, or raw carrot stick.; on
an hors d'oeuvre tray. Carrot
curls add fillip to a fresh vege vegetable
table vegetable salad, or glazed in honey
or brown sugar are a delicious
accompaniment for meat. Ever
try a tall glass of frosted airot
juice for summer breakfast?
Shredded Fresh Carrot and Ba Banana
nana Banana Salad: Cut bananas in 1-

If South's Cause

Says Destruction A

the government no "agents-- to
do the job. "Let them do it,'' he
said.
Faubus said his was the cause
of separate but eoual opportunity
for the races in education and of
states rights.
"If that cause is lost. then we
are all lost and it wciuld be a
good thing if the Russians do &-
stray us with atom awl hYdrorfen
power rather than that we be beof
of beof criminals and
eonle a nation
indecent People."
He said the southern states
were in the same position in re relation
lation relation to the federal governmpn
and intetration as the government

Billy Graham Goes
To Russian ChUrch
As Silent Member

MOSCOW (UPI) Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham went ,,to the crowded First
Baptist Church of Moscow Sun SunditY
ditY SunditY Morningo but the famed
American evangelist was just a
silent member of the congrega congregation.
tion. congregation. Such Ping lish hymns as
"Blessed Be The Tie that Binds"
and "Pour Out the Blessings on
Us" were Rung by she choir in
Russian in his honor.
But despite advance hopes by
his associates, he was not introduce&

"OK WHERE? OH WHERE?"
-
LIMOGES, France (UPI)
Roger Mazeirat lost his dog last
Monday and spent the week tour touring
ing touring the town in his ear, search.
ing for it. Saturday. After another
day's vain searching he heard a
faint scratching in the trunk of
the car. Out jumped the dog, lip.
Parent ly none the worse for its
imprisonment

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juice to,
chunks
Serve on
ing with
ter.
Cottag
dad Fre
cheese
fresh le
pepper a
mounds
Garnish
cress. 1
Fresh C
Balls: Sof
mix with
minced
til firm
into
shredded
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Roll who);
dry bre0
let with
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BILOXI, apis. Micas, ,i,v31' d
sas Gov. Orval Faubus yesterday "CONSII
declared that if the South's cause "The C
is lost "it would be a good thing to take 0
if the Russians do destroy us." He assert
IV A, gdintitlniti, perapiring; arm- 'not, afferc
waving GaubuS drew an occasion- muniktcS,
cheer and subdued, but regn- were in
lar, applause from Mississippi In defe.
Bar Assn. members as he blazed bus easel
away at the President, the feder- grandchili
al government, the Supreme Cour regated
the press and integrationists. preme Co
The governor from Little Rock dren atte
announced that he was working school.,
for the good of "all the people, gation
whatever their race or creed" their chili
and noted some advances in in- public se
tegration in Arkansas. He said regated
that hwere once he had been "a "Consisl
hero," now he was "a el, but
and "all the accomplishments I find in
have made have gone unnoticed." age," he:
Faubus said this was 'simply Faubus
because I cannot be controlled made
and it cannot be dictated to me press d
what my decision will be in 'the gomery,
controversial field of federal pow- press ha :
ers and the racial question." the rade
"LET THEM DO IT" tain,"
But Faubus said, "I tell you
this. They may again occupy Lit- 1
tie Rock. They may again occu- Ike 0
py Arkansas They may occupy
the South.' But as far as I am Iv
concerned, they are the ones who or
are going to do the dirty work."
He said he did not believe h.,. 1
states were requied to enforce I0V
Federal Court rders and that
the government had "agents" to t,,,,,

He sail
tempered
through
Christian
behind t
East Bot
their Ms
Christian

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s wen as nourish-
woth and seasoned.

3. Dip In mayonnlisa
heavy cream consist consistmilk.
milk. consistmilk. Add fresh lemon
este. Roll banana
shredded raw carrots.,
ettuce. Top each sery.
teaspoon peanut but.
,
bheosa Salad on Shred.:
Carrots: Mix cottage
finely chopped onion,'
I juice, ground biedk
salt to taste. Serve
shredded raw carrotS.
th a sprig of want.,

rrot and Cream Chaos
.n cream cheese lind
alt, minced onion and
lic to taste. Chill un unough
ough unough to handle. Shape
balls. Roll in LuAely
aw carrots. Serve on
as hors d'oeuvres.
Whole Fresh Carrots:
cooked carrots in flue
crumbs. Place in skil skilmelted
melted skilmelted butter or mr mr1
1 mr1 dash garlic powder.
ill sides.

t, Faubus 1
ood Thing

- 4 e ;
Was in d lint wIth COMMItinitin.
"CONS! ENCY IS A JEWEL"
"The rnunists -are seeking
to take 0 r piecemeal," lie said.,
He asse -the government, tould:',
'not affo' cr yield tioqite,Com tioqite,Communi'sts.ite
muni'sts.ite tioqite,Communi'sts.ite said southeretetes
were in 4 e same dilemma."!
In defe e of segregation, Feu Feubus
bus Feubus asse d that "Eisenhower's
grandchil en attend private seg segregated
regated segregated hools. The only Su Supreme
preme Supreme C t justice who has chil children
dren children att ing school has his
school,, chief critics of segre segregation
gation segregation i ,Congress either have
their chilten going to segregated
public sools or to private seg segregated
regated segregated thools."
"Consisney, thou art a jew jewel,
el, jewel, but jeels are damn hard to
find in Olic life 10, this day and
age," heid.
Faubus epeated an attack he
made day on the national
press d g a speech at Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, la. He alleged the
press ha surrounded the truth of
the rade sue with a "paper cur curtain,"
tain," curtain," I,

Ike 0 Golf Come
for Tird Strainh1
Dav iteustes rio !I

GETTURG, Pa. (UPI)
Presiden Eisenhower went to
early c ch servioes yesterday
and 30 rutes later was on the
golf cou for the third straight
day.
He ant rs. Eisenhower attend attended
ed attended servi s at the United Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian hurch.
The P ident then changed into
his golf gs and headed for. the
Gettyshu country Club.
As he d Saturday, the Presi President
dent President for a threesome with re-'
tired Br' Gen. Arthur S. Nevins
who 11',ges the farm and
Gettysh golf kro Dick Sleich Sleichter.
ter. Sleichter. Eisenhier teed off first and
hammer- a long drive down the
fairway.
"That I never hurt, Mr. Pres President,"
ident," President," -ichter remarked.
"Well, it's not behind the
trees Eisenhower replied.
Assure.), Sleichter that it was
not, the esident refused the of offer
fer offer of a ther drive.
As the eaded down the fair fairway,
way, fairway, he Sleichter were heard
talking a t Bill Casper who was
leading National Open.
"That ow was certainly put putting,"
ting," putting," th President commented.
Eisenho watched the open on
television aturday.
Ekenh i r wore brown slack.,
a tan oh and a peaked, base baseball
ball baseball type offing cap for his out outing,
ing, outing, The reaident and Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower &me here Friday for
a week of relaxation at their
farm.
At,the rvice, they heard Rev.
Robert acAskill preach a ser sermon
mon sermon on., Iffering triumphantly,"

hat Christian faith "is
? the fire and tested"
'tering. He noted that
were suffering today
Iron Curtain and in
but were ?fleeting
nye' becauso of their
tith

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- occasion, that if I bad fonowea owe I givc mu my uaucc w 3,,,,,v in the West hand the contract I --- .--- r "-- -- re'' "e""" ',Jeer', "eem 4t-eureer
ney. "Say One for Me," though. ency, eve mut Add &este lemon
. fishing as a profession I quite in would be a cinch but East needed I
never underestimate the ,g I a- juice tre este. ,:Roll banana -,,.:,
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Medical Association t hoen e a colt ptth e tlihtat lie vil s il aalt t ej omit re st bid
both those cards for his opening mour of,a fresh carrot. Available chunks' shredded raw carronCic -'
cation. ,,
, 1 ppo2rsstoibrimyinmg igahst ahnavaevo taken up Int is
12 months a year, it is too often Serve on ettuce. Top eath serve.
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Isthmian Canal Zone will meet I Moreover, with a wife and four to imitate a little dime step
Tuesday evening I've seen Bob Wagner do. i as asentertainers
entertainers asentertainers and a smaller sprout sumed it would .be a simple t
gasatllosseovietani. in i grown bdys all doing niceiy as
but shortly atter we went into Hence, finesses were not going f
hing to work but South saw there was
, an alternate play for his con- reated like a peasant and just ing with teaspoon peanut but-
boiled. ter.
4,. ..,
But this aristocrat in flavor and Cottag haat' Salad an' Shred '-
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The scientific proeram, preced- who is already revealing a tract. He led the queen of trumps textere, storehouse of essential vi- tied Fre Carretat' Mix cottage
We've the vadvbw.endieutinlithwodulicnryo,p, iiinei tamin A, can be served in de- cheese ,, finely chopped onion, ,.,
ed by a buffet. will .be present; yenachva,nsta, feor cpoenrsfioremrinngg, mly fig. apnroduscatie,n W,nagreesetismegotiongtmoe
ed by Dr. Bobby J. S'inebaugh o it d i bi d i d id Bi tin i lightful and de luxe ways. So let a fresh le juice, ground biOk
v. I initial status as head of the fa- trhetas1 jogkaesstenrto. WarlemyeethiroagIII
tleY it didn't. take a look at their golden possi- pepper a salt to taste. Serge in ,-;
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( (I l'.r() II 1 .';' I Giftsio niake 'Gorgas.
Atlantic Camara Club Now
I y r So Y
mil to emind them occasi
ily that I try to do a little 'alter- uth ruffed dumm 's bilities
do a Bill Robinson on the stairs last diamond and proceeded to mounds t shredded raw carrot's.
enSavreory ,Caseeraestosn: Frew?, wmheo.lee Garnish th a sprig of water,
k, Pi
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hi of 1 i ifi The Color Division of the At- taining myself. omit- :ad:
and then a back-flip into thd or- run hearts. East could trump the
red-gold carrots cooked in chick- cress. i
b th ed 'th 1- d
1 lantic Camera Club will meet this However, et's face it. I'm a chestra pit. Then, at .the of the third lead but chose to discard.
'cture ou do the same thine
e. He had no defense anyway.
butter or margarine, dusted with Fresh irret and Cream Cheese
, k 4 Your Pappy evening at 7:45 at the club rooms little tougn to cast these days. It P
'Ilhkill ?'he people, huh?"
ground black pepper and garnish- Balls: Soli cream cheese ,and
',
II seems that I've become some- Iti The fourth heart was led next
ad to decline. To adapt an and one of dummy's clubs dis disI
I disI .. 1 I e
i '' isel 1 at Mount Hope. The propram will
what "maaire," shall we say, to I
ed with chives. Mix with alt, minced onion and
carded.
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appy feature a set of slides tt, from
i national club competition,
encore? ould I have done for an ow Or, for a color and flavor her- minced g lic to taste. Chill 1111
mony, sau.teed carrots and green til firm ;fuel to handle. Shape
and gtoetietthehegririgo- ataltar ptioaoteasucifisihs oldwhjoakt ew:
glided on a general subject will N South led another trump
and East was in the lead with the
e he jud ttetl for noints toward the aett to limit a fellow's usefulness
, I ,Itleb--
peppers, or raw carrot stick4 on into lte-in balls. Roll in fieely
-de 1 local club's plaque. in the movies. king of trumps. He had two
an hors d'oeuvre tray. Carrot shredded w carrots. Serve i on
L, choice of plays but each was use use4
4 use4 And so, when 20th Century- Cuban Peso Robber less. He coeld lead a diamond curls add fillip to a fresh vege- toothpicks s hors d'oeuvres.
table salad, or glazed in honey
TEMBLORS REPORTED Fox came a long with the sug- hand end discard anether club .
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, gestion that I piay Father Con- Bemg Hunted Near or brown sugar are a delicious. 'Toasts hole F
end allow South to ruff in hia resh Carrots:
0 NEW YORK (UPI) T w o roy in "Say One tor Me," I told IL A from dummy, or be cluld lead accompaniment for meat. E v e r Roll who' cooked carrots in flue
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earth shocks were reported yester them I just happened to have a Mextco-U.S. Border the ace oe clubs and establish
try a tall glass of frosted airot dry brea crumbs. Piece In ski'.
Telki flatlet day somewhere in the vicinity of cassock handy. Tney already had
th Chile-Peru border in South oun Robert Wa ner who is ust MEXICO
e Y g g j CITY, June 15 (UPI) dummy's king.
le juice for summer breakfast? let with melted butter or mr-
Shredded Fresh Carrot and Ba- garine. dash garlic owder
natm Salad: Cut bananas in 1- Brown oe 11 sides. ,P ,.
America. coming into his full powers as a Latest reports on whereabouts I
Fan- er Joseph Lynch. at Ford- star, and thought they could get of the ex-Cuban airplane pilot
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, gratttliRD 'Ili --
ham University. said the shocks along with a new and perhaps charged with stealing four mil mil,
, mil, outh's Cause Lot, Fa' ubus
, MAIN STORE were recorded on the university's less expensive personality for lion Cuban pesos week ago QThe bidding haes beeen." if S
seismogrann He said the first the feminine lead. I've always from an American woman place North Etat --
1 22-06 Central Ave. I shock WaS at 8:22 a.m. e.d.t. and figured, however, that anybody in him on the U.S. border. I Pass Boutis wens
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the second at 8:30 a.m. motion pictures needs to be Federal agents have gone to You, South, hold: r 1
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associated with good actors and Matamoros and Reynosa looking AAKIIIII IPAClir
4 4A JOS ays Destruction A Ind Ming
big names with m a r q u e e for Arnaldo Acosta Meza, miF, What do you do?
strengei There are quite a few ing since the reported holdup of ABid two apadea. Eon hay
reasons for this, but finally (and Mrs. Marilyn Kay Thal, of Miami, 19 Points in high eards nn: 0
Fresh as all Ontdaors! very selfisbly) if a picturd Is Fla. They are checking reports shuld give" your ,partner the ,tirt s . , ,,,-,- ;
BILOXI, 'AtiSs 10.1PI) Arkaa, Ayss' In d II
Ilt, with COMMIlflitrn
a cruier, I want some lellow Acosta Meza had headed for the Pleasant sews right away.
, sag Gov. Orval Faubus yesterday "CONSI ENCY IS A JEWEL"
, CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER sufferers. I am averse to having U.S. TODAY'S QUESTION' declared that if the South's cause "The ti munistvare seekin
one of my pictures referred to, as Mrs. Thal was d e o r t e d 0
woo,' .,,,,g,ctIth You merle
r p r raises you to is lost "it would be a ood thin
g g to take 0 r piecemeal," he said.,
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' ea-'lee
et..- .t,e.ec I "Crosby, lest. omelet". Let Wednesday on charges she had. four spades wh t if the Russians do destro us." H
a do you do ,, Y e asse -the' government, Could'', '''
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PURER FINER -,' L r,- someone-el kits onto ot -t e I tett h i t intr b
RICHER 1 e.,44, : ,,, h vio a er tour s ver y en- nowt A ',' .,; )
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beaten egg..,,-! ..- -), st gaging in business transactions, ( ,,' -rr 1,' A, ellotitiet,i, erapiring,' arm- 'not. affe Yi 14' In "'' '
cr e ':kitlit, ,Com-
waving GaubuS rew an occasion- muniSts.i4 said s '''
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eiS1 mattit
Pn 00Al So, Frank Tashlin, our pro- trying to sell outlawed Cuban pe- Answer T.MIITTOW outherzt states
al cheer and subdued, but regu- were in I,e same dilemincu,
kik la ducer-director, passed some kind! sos.
lar, applause from Mississippi In defe e of segregation, Omi Omit
t Omit .qtitt attEg of a miracle and came uP Acosta Meza was previously re reCL
CL reCL ' VON, AMIMmo. a
klaN A VW 1 with Debbie Reynolds, who was ported in Cuba, Yucatan and Cen- Bar Assn. members as he blazed bus asse d that "Eisenhower's
t e go to show us all a lot. She's "a tral America. away at the President, the feder- grandchil en attend private Beg Begz
z Begz fit lEallodkv. pro," which may seem rather a Indiana Prosecutor al government, the Supreme Cour regated hools. The only Su Su,
, Su, the press and integrationists. preme C, t justice who has chit chitdrab
drab chitdrab description of someone so
, 1 lissome and lovely, but in this HANDSHAKER ADVISED
Who Balked At Vic The governor from Little Rock dren att ting school has his
e announced that he was working school,, k chief critics of se
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minstrers limited lexicon it is LONDON (UPI) Canadians gre grethe
the grethe highest praise on player can wi-o will shake hands with Queen , 2 for the good of "all the people, gation i ,Congress either' have
give another. And they round- Elizabeth during her six-week Ca- Probe Resions Job ,,
whatever their race or creed" their chi en going to segregated
and noted some advances in in- public sctois or to private s
ed up Ray Walston, whose work nadian tour have been instructed eg eg,
, eg, in "South Pacific" and Damn to take it easy, it was reported .4 tegration in Arkansas. He said regated !hoots."
, Yankees" left him without peer yesterday. The newspaper 'Em- CHICAGO (UPI) Metro Ho- that hwere once he ha,c1 been "a
IConsisney, thou art a Jew Jew1
1 Jew1 a villian 1 el bu
hero," now he was t jeels are damn hard to
,
as a comedian. pire News' said orders 'have gone lovachka, who figured prominen- and "all the accomplishments I find in pelic life ir), this day and
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i During the course of our nro- out that the Queen's hand must tly in the Senate Rackets Commit- have made have gone unn2ticed." age," he iaid.
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e) .4.. jk duction, I watched our director not be grioned hard. to prevent
become more and more involved bruising and crushing." tee probe of vice and corruption
Faubus said this was simply Faubus epeated an attack he
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, r. in the Gary, Ind. area yesterd2y
resigned as chief 'deputy prosecut- because I cannot be controlled made day on the national
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. or of Lake County, Ind. and it cannot be dictated to me press d g a speech at Mont Montw
w Montw hat my decision will be in 'the gomery, la. He alleged the
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"I have come to the point
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wtere I can no longer tolerate 1 entroversial field of federal pow- press ha surrounded the truth of
ers and the racial Question." the rade sue with a "paper cur curt
t curt rfil ()Eal E5 a IL E ,the abuse and character assasi assasi"LET
"LET assasi"LET THEM DO IT" Ulm" I
' 0 For a man of distinction nation upon my person as well
as upon the community of which 'd "I tell you
But Faubus sai ,,
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this. They may again occupy Lit LitMETAL
METAL LitMETAL DRESSERS 15.00; CHINA CLOSETS MOO; I live," he said.
tie Rock. They may again occu- Ike 0 Golf Coprse
"For that reason I so pow
COMPLETE BE.DS 19.50; MATTRESSES 6.50; MAHO- tender my resignation...and I PY Arkansas They may occupy '-
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.......,p the South. But as far as I am
,
GANY WARDROBES 22.00; SPRINGS 12.50; KERO- sincerely hope that with my res- for Prd Strainhl
' concerned, they are the ones who
, eties, le
SENE STOVES 17.60; NITE TABLES 9.50; PIL- I t are going to do the dirty work."
.gnation that we can all put our
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th whel an
shoulders to e I d star
, ,,, You can't fail to please with a He said he did not believe D i
;, ildin h re utation of our
LOWS 1.25; MODERN LIVING ROOM SETS 89.00; bu g t e p a iteustes Nil
states were requied to enforce
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communtiv instead of destroying e ,
really distinctive present. MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SETS 45.00; WROUGHT Federal Court rders and that
it," he added.
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,. overnment had "aaents" to
' IRON DINETTE SETS 85.00; BEAUTIFUL ORIENTAL Holovaci-,ka made public his the g t h GE BURG, Pa. (UPI)
. That's why he will always be resignation on a Chicago televis- hem do it e
do the job. I Let t Presiden Eisenhower went to
-.,- SCREEN 89.00. ion show. said. early c ch servioes yesterday
,
' Faubus said his was the cause
During the rackets committee s and 30 rites later was on the
.., delighted with a gift set of men's EASY PAYMENTS WE BUY USED FURNITURE hearings, Sen. John. McClell:ti of separate but eoual opportunity
, golf cou for the third straight
(D-Ark.), committee chairman, re- a on nd of
for the races in educ ti a day.
luxuries by Yardley. These include ferred to Holovachka as an "op- statist; rights. He ant rs. Eisenhower attend attend.
. attend.
eratin art of the criminal s n- "If that cause is lost. then we
g p y ed seryi s at the United Pres Presi
i Presi are a I lost and it weuld be a
,' shaving bowls, soaps, pre-and llousEHOLD dicate which conducted vice and byterian hurch.
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good thing if the Russians do de
gambling" in the Gary area. The P ident then changed into
,
stray us with atom esd hwiroeen his D
t, aftershaving lotions,
M The Lake County Council of
Churches demanded the resigna resignabefore
before resignabefore the Rackets Committee indecent
power rather than that we be bepeop1P."
peop1P." bepeop1P." Gettysbu country Club.
dent for a threesome with re-'
g a gs and headed for the
None a nation of criminals and
i'
'. Lavender brillantines and talcs. ExcliANGE
lion of Holovack a after he bniked As he d Saturday, the Presi
He said the southern statee
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Smartly packed ready to send. and refused to tell the source of tired Br' Gen. Arthur S. Nevins
I,' Tel. 3-4911 3-7348 if 0 SE 10 D lotion to the federal goveromew
were in the same position in re re327,724
327,724 re327,724 in income which he re- who ni'lges the farm and
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t ceived in the years 1951-58.
1 Gettysb golf kro Dick Sleich-
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But Sunday Holovachka said he ter
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- refused to tell the committee --
. about his income because he f
elt
Eisenhier teed off first and
hammer- a long drive down the
, it was a "personal effair" and not B II
1 v Graham Goes fairway.
1 ;! ). IMO, .. an:10P..Emm.11ww011M Mine.
a proper matter before the com comHe
He comHe went on to explain that the A
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o ussian C
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hurc id"That I never hurt, Mr. Pres Pres90
90 Pres90 ent, ichter remarked.
"Well, it's not behind the
i :,, ,G ,et .the one and only huge gum found in his checking As
accounts by the committee invest!. trees .' Eisenhower rep e
Silent Member li d
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gators was a specie trustee sc- Assureoy Sleichter that it was
MOSCOW (UPI) Bill Gra- not, the esident refused the of of.
. of. 1 St.
I ,,f GERM-FIGHTING TOOTHBRUSH count in which he depositad ham went to the crowde First ter of ether drive.
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. money-. of his clients while await- Ba tist Church of Moscow Sun- As the i eaded down the fair-
i i ing completion of real estate d P
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ay morn ng, u e ame wee, e t e c er were ear
s. Reaches you Surgically Statile, deals. American evangelist was just a talking a t Bill Casper who was
, ,, Made to Way Actively Anti. HO said his partners in his silent member of the congrega. leading National Open
Ant, vti ',. optic for up to 4 months in uwl private law firm all had similar s h le I' h h "Th t I
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t on. ue mg s ymns as a ow was certa nly put put1.
1. put1. '. IV
,' -,,,,, otitL, WINO Or destroys ALL types Recounts, and that money n ed
eatut-- "Blessed Be The Tie that Binds" tine th President commented.
, a 4,0 4.14 of germs that fall on or hold to di in and out of these accounts eon-
and "Pour Out the Blessines on Eisenho watched the open on
, do,' ------ ....----..----, e"
.. L 4" ,:... 4, stantly. Us" we're sung by the choir in television aturday.
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RI esian n h s ho Elsenh I. r tr
vie e brown slack.,
. 4ett -e,
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need. Ing. The relident and Mrs. El
IN ; (UPII-Seven persons lost nines senhower time here Friday for
, $
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I , vMage elders arranged a truce, "OK WHERE? OH WHERE?" farm.
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ding to word received here s At,the rvice, they heard Rev. ''
LIMOGES, France (UPI) Robert acAskill preach a ser
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ffirtrol refortst from Warni village Roger Mazeirat lost his dog last mon on ,, iffering triumphantly."
b Dr West's ; s In tte e Rahimirar Khan Monday and spent the week tour He gal hat Christian faith is
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Nett
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, i4i,1- '..mi I eused Allah Ditta of having rela- day's vain search ng he heard a Christian were suffering today
. Hone With one of their women and faint scratching in the trunk of behind Iron Curtain and in 0
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Gifts for men by YARDL .e.::.::-........;sy.., chopped off hie nose. Ditta sliced the ear. Out jumped the dog, ap- East Be but were ?fleeting
off the note of one of his assail- oarently none the worse for its their eh nges because of their
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II carrots' pack a lot of good eating" a well asi nourish- ''
Sneakers will be Miles, Grahn, The birthday of Guillermo An- vice Center. quently both have proven to be he .ends up witn most of the
. have set the hand but West did I
not think of that.
';', Arthur O'Leary, Buck, TaYlor, dreve was the occasion for a fes certificates of appreciation will exhilarating. I've long been some- footage 'and the picture's a lur- I moot. Here they've been cooked in ebleke ,, oth and oeseozipdt, ,,'
Jack Ward and Pat Moran. Bob tive cocktail party, given at the be presented to several nisi.' thing of a latlatic about golf. keY, what has .he accomplish- South ruffed the second dia dia.
. dia. Engelke will be in charge of ta- Andreve residence Saturday eve- dents of the community, and and to me one of life's greatest ed? mond and studied the hand care- --0,--- a --,.:- , ; ..
', We topics, and Jim O'Rorke will ning, A large number of friends important announcements will :thrills is to fish a good trout fully. If either the king of trumps , 'i
, be ,the general evaluator. called to extend best wishes. theY or ace of clubs would show up By GAYNOR MADDOX inch cbu s. Dip In mayonntise '.
be made concerning the commu stream. In fact I've thought, on I can't complain that
NEA food end Markets Editor thinned beavy cream consist-
nOr. in the West hand the contract
Never underestimate the g I a- juice to, este. Roll b a n a II a : ',,
occasion, that if I had followed didn't give me my chance to seine
' fishing as a profession I quite in "Say One for Me," though. ency, wi, milk. Add fresh lemon ,'
would be a cinch but East needed
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Medical Association possibly might have taken up It is one of the little visUal jokes both those cards for his opening
12 months a year, it is too often Serve on ettuce. Top eath sere.
A 14. s The Medical Association of the !performing as an avocation. in the script that I attempt bid. mour of, a fresh carrot. Available chunks' ',. shre4ded raw carrots. '-,-';'
treated like a peasant and just ing with teaspoon peanut but
Hence, fineises were not going
isthmian Canal Zone will meet l Moreover, with a wife and four to imitate a little dime step
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Tuesday evening at seven in grown bdys all doing niceiy as I've seen Bob Wagner do. i as- to work but South saw there was
1 f Nie '. ( boiled. ter. ,,-
. 0 Ward 17 at Gorges Hospital. entertainers and a smaller sprout sumed it would be a simple thing, an alternate play for his con contextilre,
textilre, contextilre, storehouse of essential vi- deal Fre Carroty,' Mix cottage ''
, i 4elor' CO',..:. tract. He led the queen of trumps But this aristocrat in flavor and Cottag Neese Salad on Shr 'e'd--'
, We've the The scientific prw'ram, prEced- who is already revealing a but shortly alter we went into
and went up with dummy's ace.
, my 110- and said, "Bing, this is going-to ma vb,
ed by a buffet. will be present.. penchant for performing, I find production Wagner came to me
, liP ed by Dr. Bobby J. S'inebaugh of 'It advisable, considering
b the king would drop but tamin A, can be served in de. cheese finely chopped onion, ,--
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fstS
- Gt to ntake Gorges.
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Atlantic Camara Club l mily, to remind them occasional- made this joke into something. I Now South ruffed dummy's
take a. look at their olden ei- e er a salt to ta s,
g Pos P PP ste. Serve 1
i minal status as head of the fa. e a real gasser. We've re il
8-4 't d.d 't
1 1 n lightful and de luxe ways. So let's fresh le ,' juice, ground bledlz'
, 1 ly that I try to do a little ..,nter- do a Bill Robinson on the stairs i Willies.
ast diamond and proceeded to mounds shredded raw carrotk.
k, and then a back-flip into thd or- Savory Carrots: Fresh, w h o I e Garnish th a sprig of want',
'; 111 0 4 1 11'6 A The Color Division of the At- talning myself. run hearts. East could trump the
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our Your Pappy lantic Camera Club will meet this However, et's face it. I'm a chestra pit. Then, at .the of the third lead but chose to discard.
evening at 7:45 at the club rooms little tougn to cast these da)s. It Picture, you do the same thing. Hp bad no defense anyway. red-gold carrota cooked in chick- cress. i
en broth, seasoned with meized
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a i y '' w ,A litit at Mount Hope. The proeram will seems that I've become some- It'll kill the people, huh?" The fourth heart was led next butter or margarine, dusted with Fresh rrot and Cream Cheese
feature a set of slides It- from what "mature,". shall we say, to I had to- decline. To adapt an and one of dummy's clubs dis- ground black pepper and garnish- Bails: So, n cream cheese tend
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appy i national club competition, and get the giri and far too selfish old joke: carded. ed with chives. mix with alt, minced onion and
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0, glided on a general subject will to let her go. That plateau is What would I have done for an Now South led another trump Or, for a color and flavor bar- minced g lie to taste. Chill tin.
,,,l ,Iltd. ., 1 he judqed for noints toward the aPt to limit a fellow's usefulness eneore? and East was in the lead with the mony, saufeed carrots and green til firm itugh to handle. Shape
i --es.
--..i. .,, local club's plaque. in the MovieS.
Cuban Peso Rob er
b king of trumps. He had two
choice of plays but each was use- peppers, or raw carrot stick4 on into Iti-in balls. Roll in fmely
an hors d'oeuvre tray. Carrot shredded w carrots. Serve on
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I VIZZ: I IN A 11 i TEMBLORS REPORTED And so, when 20th. Century CenturyFox
Fox CenturyFox came, a long with the sug sugcestion
cestion sugcestion that I Diav Father Con-
Betna Hunted Near less. He coeld lead a diamond
hand and discard anbther club
and allow South to ruff in hia curls add fillip to a fresh vege- toothpicks' s hors d'oeuvres.
table alit
s d, or glazed in honey
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PASHINGTON (IIPD ma maiority
iority maiority of Nobel prize wttmers
4oned by a Senate subcommittee
save assailed the secrecy MIT MITrounded
rounded MITrounded government'. sponsored
scientific projects as harmful to
research.
s Some told of personal problems
relating to secrecy. Others said
they had free flow -of information
in their fields.- but knew of others
with problems:: :
Orie, Dr. William -.P.- ifurphy,
Boston,' said "restrictions t should
be, conthmed and perhaps in intreassd
treassd intreassd in sensitive are.
of scientific developmenti ,"
-.The scientists commented' in re response
sponse response to requests from Chairman
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;WATCH HIMDeniel Inouye
the first man of Japanese
aincestry with a chance to win
,,.election to the U.S. Senate; The
414.year old lawyer business business,'Inan
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.soon-to-ise state of Hawaii.
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AT CANNES--The annuil film
lestiVal at Cannes, France, at attracts
tracts attracts many ot the movies' top
names. Relaxing at the Riviera
resort is actress Dawn Ach Janis.

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TALLAHASSEE (UPI) When.
long suffering Joe Taxpayer
stops by for.that six can carton
of cold beer after a hot day at
the plant or office he's going to
have to ,plunk down four cents
tax.,
But if it's any consolation, Joe
can figure those pennies helped
siva' Florida a blanced budget.
And when Joe pays for those
sofi;drinks for the kids along with
hiCbeer he can chuckle 'about
how. that House committee show showed,,some
ed,,some showed,,some real "statesmanship" In
turning a deaf ear to a proposal
toalap a one-cent per bottle tax
on-soft drinks.
The way it turned touthat soft
drink tax wasn't needed. ,When
the lawmakers extendled, the
sales tax to alcoholic bevhrages
sold for off premises consump consumptions
tions consumptions and purchases by govern government
ment government contractors, they prOvided
more than enough extra money to
cover all those at appropria
tiont
Budget Dirtor Harry Smith
says as near as he tan 'figure
the state will spend abour $714,
596,013 to take care of all the
things the legislature apprOved.
He said Clov. LeRoy COMM

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'Thomas C. Hennings Jr..(D-Mo.)
of the S e nate Constitutional
Rights Subcommittee.-
liennings;-;: in making public
their replies, shid he was check checking
ing checking : on "numerous -.complaints
that, scientific development and
progress ; the United States
have been seriously hindered, by
undue secrecy."
A -,number of the Nobel prite
winners said they woultt,like to
see more interchange 'of data
with Soviet scientists. They noted,
hoivever," that Americans b a d
been' hawed ever en non-secret
matters ecause scientists
here could not read Russian while
many in the Soviet Union could
understand &ash.'
"'Some -sample replies:
- Frits A. Lipmann, Rockefeller
Institute, 1953 medicine and phys physiology
iology physiology prize winner: "In a much'
wonted upon ,field, informatiOn
wilt not remain secret for long,'
not becauseof leaks but because
others wffi think-on similar lines.
1114 is how research works."
,Edwin M. McMillan, University
Of Cidifornia, 1951 chemistry
prize: "I do not believe that re restrictions
strictions restrictions on tree exchange of in informations
formations informations are now mud of a
problem purely scientific fields
in the fields of applied sci science
ence science I have a rather strong
feeling that the situation is not as
good.
Dr. Dickinson W. Richards, Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University! 1956 medicine
and physiology pnze: "Every se
entist suffers when there is any
restriction, any level, to the
free exchange of knowledge. Ex Except
cept Except in so far as restrictions are
absolutely required by the exig
eneies of national defense, we be believe
lieve believe that th....e should be no re.
strictions.
Walter H. Brattain, Murray
Hill. N. J., 1956 physics prize:
"I feel very stringly that most
restrietioss done in the name ot
national security turn out to be
foolish."
Selman A. Waksman, Rutgers
University, 1951 medicine and
physioogy prize: "One heart' of
various instances of the demoral demoralizing
izing demoralizing and stultifying effects of se secrecy
crecy secrecy on scientific work.
Much, or possibly all, fundamen fundamental
tal fundamental government research might
freed V security restriction,
whereas, of course, developmen developmental
tal developmental research in many areas mly
have to remain. classified for
varying periods of time."

Florida's Guzzle-As-You-Go Taxes
Destined To Balance State Budget

WASHINGTON (UPI) -- HMSO
investigators charged Sunday that
Graham Parsons, former U.S.
lambassador to-Laos, helped ',Vail ',Vailroad"
road" ',Vailroad" a foreign aid auditor out of
Ihis job because he was "close to
Idiscovering the truth" about cer cerlain
lain cerlain U. S. aid opet:ations in La OS.
Itasons was promptly defended
by Asst. Secretary of State Wal Walter
ter Walter S. Robertson. The official said
no one worked harder than Par Parsons
sons Parsons to 'correct the wrongs" In
the U. S. foreign oid program in
the Southeast Asian nation.
Parsons now is deputy assistant
secretary of state for Far Eastern
affairs and has been confirmed
by the Senate to succeed Robert Robertson
son Robertson on July 1. Robertson said. he
personally picked Parsons as hie'
deputy, partly because- of his
"superb' jobin Laos.
The House Government Opera Operations
tions Operations Committee els( charged in
report that he $225.000,000 aid
program in Laos was so badly
administered that it led to cor corruption
ruption corruption which tended to support
Communist propaganda against
the Laotian government.
The subcomMittee, which held a
series of hearings on the program,
said that Haynes Miller, an au auditor
ditor auditor for the International Cooper.
ation Administration, was "rail "railroaded"
roaded" "railroaded" out of his job when he
was about to turn uo the facts
about the Universal Construction
Co.
According to the subcommittee,

Mexico Suspends
VS Bullfighters
Franklin, Clements
MEXICO CITY, June 15 (UPI)
The sports daily "La Aficion,'
reported today that U.S. bullfight bullfighter
er bullfighter Sidney Franklin and his pro protege
tege protege Baron Clements of Texas
have been temporarily suspended
from appearing in Mexican bull bullrings.
rings. bullrings. The newspaper said that the
sanction was caused by Frank Franklin's
lin's Franklin's appearance with Clements in
Reytiosa last Sunday, violating
the conditions fixed by the bull bullfiohters'
fiohters' bullfiohters' union.
U. S. fighters must appear with
at least two Mexican matadors
on the same card, the union said,
according to "La Aficion."

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the company had "a virtual Mon Monopoly
opoly Monopoly of U. S.-financed construe construebon
bon construebon projecte in Laos." in sub.
committee charged' that Parsons
"abetted the removal and lent it
the color of his name and office."
The report accused the Univer Universal
sal Universal Company of bribery and said
the firm "was able to secure pay paymeats
meats paymeats totalinr over $1,600,000 for
performance that was inadequate
and did little to enhance the
economy of Laos or the prestige
of the United Slates."

Mexico, Guatemala
Formally Deny Talk
01 Resuming Ties

MEXICO CITY,June 15 (UPI).
The Foreign Relation Minims)
today formally denied that Mex.-
can officials have entered into
talks with Guatemala officials for
a possible renewal of diplomatic
relations.
If there are any Mexicans in involved
volved involved in such discussions in Gua Guatemala,
temala, Guatemala, the ministry said, they
are acting on their own, without
any recognition or backing of the
Mexican government.
Foreign Relations Minister Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Te llo added that no Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan officials had approched the
govenament of Mexico on the is issue
sue issue either.
The speculation was started by
a story carried in the Guatema Guatemalan
lan Guatemalan newspaper "Novedades" and
reprinted here.
Mexico broke relations early
year when Guatemala refused to
pay indemnities and give guaran guarantees
tees guarantees against recurrences tier
Guatemala fighter planes strafed
a Mexican shrimping fleet, kill killing
ing killing three fishermen and wound wounding
ing wounding 14 others. Guatemala main maintained
tained maintained that the shrimpers were
poaching in Guatemala territorial
waters.
Tello said Mexico remained be behind
hind behind the declaration of President
Lopez Mateos. made the night he
broke relations on a national ra
dio hook-up, when he said "the
government of Mexico will al always
ways always be willing to examine the
constructive propositions towards
the liquidation of this conflict, on
the condition that the proposition
be compatible with the decorum
and dignity of the Mexican state."1

Democratic Advisory Group Tells Congressional Party
Leaders To Ignore Veto And' Push 58' Election Mandate

Democratic Advisory Council
called on, the party's congression congression41'
41' congression41' leaders Sunday, to igoorenpreal,
idential veto, threats and push
ahead with legislation to carry out
the "mandate" of the 1958 elec elections.
tions. elections. The council concluded a two-day
meeting by issuing a 2,000-word
document outlining the legislative
issues it believes Congress should
tackle before adjournment, now
expected in late August or early
September.
While blaming veto threats and
Republican "obstructionism" for
the recent slow pace of Confress,
the council made clear that it did
not subscribe to the compromise
efforts of Speaker Sam Rayburn

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The:and Senate Democratic Leader

hasn't signed any of the big ap appropriations
propriations appropriations bills, but even if he
signs them all it won't cost ariy
more than that.
Last month 'Smith said he fig figured
ured figured the state was going to get
about 6702,500,000 in revenues
during the next two years.
Obviously that wouldn't have
been enough to take care of ap appropriations
propriations appropriations so the Legislature
came up the "extensions" of
the sales tat.
Smith t. that with the new
taxes on alcoholic beverages and
purchases by governmest con contractors
tractors contractors the state should take in
about 725 million dollars during
the next twc years.
Some of the legislators who
want to come back to Tallahassee
in 1961 though "extessions"
might sound a little better to the
voters than "new taxes."
Joe may not be fooled by the
switcheroo in terms but at least
he can be glad he didn't get
saddled with any general tax in increases.
creases. increases. The politicians didn't tamper
with his homestead exemption and
his wife can still buy the
groceries without paying sales
1

Lyndon Johnsnon.
"The record should be lcarly
writtet"' the Council said. "The
Congress shotdd not be intimidat intimidated
ed intimidated by threats of presidential veto.
The American people are entitled
to have the lines definitely drawn.
"It is our considered judgment
that the interests of the nation
and the people would be best
served by passing the legislation
the Democratic majority knows
the country nesds and by putting
it is the President's hands to sign
or veto."
The council specifically listed
legislation dealing with civil
rights, foreign aid, federal school
aid, farm law revisions, beefed-up
defenses, social security expan expansion,
sion, expansion, tax loopholes, housing and
depressed areas. It opposed rais raising
ing raising interest rates on government
bonds.
The council said that if Con Congress
gress Congress followed its advice, "more
good lesiglation" would be enact enacted
ed enacted and party differences would
be "even more sharply brought
into focus so that the voters will
understand them clearly in the
ele-Ton of 1960."
It added that the country could
have the government and legisla legislation
tion legislation it wants only with strong
Democratic congressional majori majorities
ties majorities and a Democratic president.
But it said Democrats must fight
for their program now and not
wait until after the 1960 election.
Paul M. Butler, chairman of
both the council and of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic National Committee, said
the statement was approved unan unanimously
imously unanimously except for a stouern nis nissent
sent nissent on civil rights.
Adlai E. Stevenson, the patty's
1952 and 1958 residential nomi nominee,
nee, nominee, was among the members1
present. Former President Trot Trotman
man Trotman was absent, but was report reportPd
Pd reportPd by Butler to have approved
the Program by telephone.
Butler said Truman had added
his pmonal comment that "the
Republicans have had a deliber deliberate
ate deliberate policy to destroy the farm
Program by increasing its costs"
in an effort "to discredit t b-e
Brannan plan (a Truman admin.
istration proposal.
In other political developments:
Sen. Hush Scott (R-Pa.), a
former GOP national chairman,

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predicted that the Republican con convention
vention convention next year will nommats
Vice President .Richard M. Nixon
,for e presidentven dtheolirst ballot.
Democratic Gov. G. Meniten
Williams said presidential race
between Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson
(D :Tex.) and Repubvcan Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New
York would pose "quite a prop proplem"
lem" proplem" for some Democratic liber liberals.
als. liberals. He said Rockefeller would be
harder to beat than Nixon.

Sen. William Proxmire (1)-
Wis.), a frequest Johnson critic,
said he would use his influence
at the Democratic convention to
obtain the nomination for some someone
one someone else, but would support John Johnson
son Johnson if he was zlominated.

AMEMOMIN

SECURE FUTURE FOR KISSING BUGThe "kissing bug" (Rhodnius prolixus), a small
blood-sucking South American insect, right, has little to fear from atomic radiation. Two
Atomic Energy of Canada scientists, Dr. W. 111. Baldwin, left, and T. 114 Salthouse, report that
the bug can withstand 200 to 300 times the amount of radiation sufficient to kEl a man. "Bugs
like these would be good eandidates to inherit the earth after an atomic war," Dr. Baldwin
says. Pratt biologist' are experimenting with the irtsects at 'Chalk Itiver, Ontario.

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ber number of chronometers, that is to
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an exact test in extreme tempe temperatures
ratures temperatures and in five different posi positions.
tions. positions. Having passed these string stringent
ent stringent official award testifying to
their supreme accuracy.
In 1958, more than 100 Swiss
manufacturers nroduced 91.950
wrist chronometers. Omega led
the field with the impressive
number of 43,803 Constellation
chronometers or 47.5 of the in industry's
dustry's industry's total.
Thus the ever-increasing demand
for this superb masterpiece has
made the Constellation the leader
among the wrist chronometers.

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Little Reliever Earns
Tenth Straight Victory

His name is Elroy Face, his
record is 10-0 and he now has
won 15 straight games in relief
, dating back to May, 1958.
,
Face, a tireless 150 pounder,
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stands only five feet, eight inch inch..
.. inch.. .: es but he has been standing the
, hitters on their heads so &Pee &Pee.
. &Pee. s. tively that the Pirates now are
only 312 games removed from
the National League lead and
are hopeful of landing in their
6 first World Series since 1927.
Face throws a fork ball and
. it's turning out to be a meat and and,
, and, potatoes' pitch for the Pirates,
who swept a doubleheader irom
...! the Dodgers Sunday, 6-3 and 5-2,
:''' with a big assist from their Dint Dintsized
sized Dintsized relief ace.
i ': Making his fourth appearance
in bye days and sixth in eight
t ''' games, Face -entered the opener
?1 in the eighth inning with the score
t tied 3-3. He strtick out one batter
in the eighth, then fanned the side
,,
,, ..... in the ninth to earn a standing o ovation
vation ovation from 30,082 fans at Fortes
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Field.
Tho Pirates won tho game by
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v rallying for throe runs in the
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,, bottom of the oighth, scoring
,
i, tht tio-broaking run on Gil
, kedges' error. Dick S t u a r t
.1
drove in throe runs in the night nightcap
cap nightcap with his lith and 12th hom homt
t homt ors to help Vern Law to his
sixth triumph.
The Chicago Cubs blanked first firstplace
place firstplace Milwaukee, 6-0, but the
Braves actually increased their
lead to 112 games over the sec sec,
, sec,
' ond-place Giants, who dropped a
twin-bill to the Phillies, 7-5, and
6-3. The Cardinals won their o opener
pener opener from the Reds, 5-4, but Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati took the nightcap, 3-2.
, In the American League, the
White Sox retained their half halfgame
game halfgame lead by sweeping a pair,
from ihe Orioles, 9-6 and 3-2 in
. 10 innings; the Indians beat the
.
Senators twice, 9-5 and 12-6; the
Tigers won both ends of a double double,.
,. double,. header from the Yankees, 3-2
, and 8-2, and the Red Sox emerg emergi
i emergi ed from the cellar with a 6-1 tri tri'f.1
'f.1 tri'f.1 umph over the Athletics. A sched sched1
1 sched1 uled second game between Bos Bos,,
,, Bos,, q. ton and Kansas City was post postponed
poned postponed because of rain.
Dick Drott of the Cubs, Sr?sh
off the disabled list, held the
Braves to seven hits in winning
his first game of the year. Lee
Walls drove in three of Chicago's
r runs and Ernie Banks another
pair when he hit his 17th honier
,
1 with one on. Bob Rush suffered
1 his third defeat.
Gene Freese was the key man
I in Philadelphia's two victories h hi
i hi ver San Francisco. His three run
i homer in the fourth inning of the
Iptt
,S opener capped a decisive six-run
rally and his single with the bas bas14
14 bas14 es loaded broke a 3-3 tie in the
1 eighth inning of the nightcap.
1' Relive'. Humberto Robinvm
was the winner in the forst
t game and Robin R o b e r t s
struck out 10 and hor!ed a alx alxhitter
hitter alxhitter for his fifth victory in
1
1 the nightcap. Orlando Cepeda

4

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 15 (UPI) Deal the Pirates
in for a possible pennant jackpot as long as they keep
coming up vilth that same ace in the hole.

hit his 15th homer in the open opener
er opener while Willie Kirkland and
Bob Schmidt connected off Rob.
erts in the finale.
Gino Cimoli's single with the
bases loaded, in the ninth inning
gave the Cards their win over
Reds in the opener. Ken Boyer,
Vada Pinson and Jerry Lynch
each hit homers. Lindy McDan McDaniel,
iel, McDaniel, credited with his fifth victo victory
ry victory in the opener, uncorkea a wild
pitch in the eighth inning that en enabled
abled enabled Gus Beii to score the ,sin ,sinning
ning ,sinning run for Cincinnati in the
nightcap. Tbe loss, however, was
chargea to starter Dick Ricketts.
Jim Brosnan was the Winne'.
Early Wynn of the White SGX
helped himself to lour nits in
beaung the Orioles in the first
game or his mnth victory wnile
Ai billitik'S 10th inning single sank
Balumore in the zugotcap. Nettie
Fox arove m- ;mar runs in Lie
first game to help W,ynn to vic victory.
tory. victory. Dick Donovan was the win winner
ner winner in the mgntcap ana Bitty 0'-
Deli the' loser.
Minnie Minos drove in a total
of nine runs in Cleveland's sweep
ot Viasningion. minoso nu a tann tanner
er tanner in each game, Inducting a
grana-siam in tne ninth inning oi
nightcap.
Despite yielding 'homers to
Roy bievers
ana Jim Lemon, Jim (Muocat)
Urant went Um uistance ior tne
IlluieLUS in the opener ana vtas
crealted wan tlib eignin straignt
victory over ute over a
periou ot two seasons.
Lemon nit two homers in
the nigottap tor iv asuingion wIthe
harmon haneorew pop
eaeu au one.' vi owe e ti
anu tiocky nomerett tor'
Iroe..in',.440tioi. to Minos. Iiileorew-iCilus
Lilt A.L. ill outliers
zl, one more tnan Colavito.
Charlie Maxwell utilized his
famed "Sunoay punch" in pac pacing
ing pacing the Tigers to mem sweep o over
ver over the Yankees. Maxwell's
three-run homer ott oser emit emitey
ey emitey Ford in the eighth inning
brought the Tigers trom behind
and extended Frank Lary's We Wetime
time Wetime record over New York to
1B-S.

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The homer was Maxwell's 14th
and the 8th one he has hit on a
Sunday this season. Then in the
nightcap, he doubled during a
four-run first inning rally that
eased the way for Paul Foytack's
fifth victory. Bill Skowron tut a
homer in each game and Harvey
Kuenn belted his first homer o'f
the season in the nightcap.
Ted Williams was benehced for
weak hitting for the first time in
his career as the Red Sox bnit
the A's behind the five-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching of Jerry Casale. Pete Daley
led Boston's 13-hit attack with
two doubles and a pair of sin.
gles. Johnny Kucks was the loser.

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McCreary Says
Miracle Arcaro
Wasn't Killed

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NEW YORK (Uri) "It's a
mum he wasn't Killed."
Inat a ine way ,iocKey Cann
Mccreary expladied tows
orusa.wiul aeath saturday
me Belmont states.
Wnen Artalo went tiown
Biaca on tne strewn WA,
of Um Alauonaily-AeleVitieu tripie
CrOW11 aticcreary ot otIOMA
IOMA otIOMA Will Ull Norm rift
Was Vv atter blow OU LAake Erie.
Jai WitS unaoie to a V' 0 I U
Blaek rims .1ou cuihOett LUEo, tut
spriAwuu4 hot be, La kiwi; neavgy
tne moo. Arcaro tea airecti)
tne pain ot ixorth roie an0
AVicLreary.
"I let out a hotter and snatched
n node," McCreary explained
later tne jociey neadquarters.
"is cut a noiter ana snatcned
him by this much," Conn added,
spreading his hands about six
inches aprt.
McCreary nas been riding a against
gainst against Arcaro on New York's
"Big Apple" tor almost 2(1 years
and is one of Eddie's closest
friends. Standing,' there in the
jockey quarters he was obviously
shaken by the near tragedy. He
kept repeating "I missed him by
this much" in a hushed tone.
Ray Broussard, who rode Ma Manassa
nassa Manassa Mauler, also figured Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro was lucky to escape with a
concussion and strained neck and
shoulder muscles.
"Arcaro's horse was lugging in
near the three eighths pole,"
Broussard said. "When he reach reached
ed reached down to N.-hip the horse, Black
Hills ducked in and then went
down. Eddie really went down
hard."
Cal Rainey, h former jockey
and now a Belmont Park official.
said he talked with Arcaro in the
ambulance before Eddie was tak taken
en taken to the hospital.
"I told Eddie he looked like he
got quite a mud bath and he
laughed," Rainey said. "I figur figured
ed figured then he wasn't hurt too bad."

Negroes Can't Find
Courses To Ouality
For Pub linx Tourney

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPI)
The U.S. Golf Assn. ruled Satur Saturday
day Saturday that Negroes banned from
qualifying for the National Pub Public
lic Public Links ;Tournament at segre segregated
gated segregated qualifying site.
The decision stemmed from a
unique case here where both
public courses were closed be because
cause because of a U. S. District Court
integration order. Qualifying for
the national event is slated June
21 at a private course at nearby
St. Augustine.
Ralph C. Ghioto Sr., area
qualifying chairman, said he ob obtained
tained obtained the USGA ruling Friday
night after four Negroes submit submitted
ted submitted entry fees for the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. Ghioto said he tried unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully to obtain the local Navy
base course for the area qualigy qualigying
ing qualigying rounds. Both city owned
courses have been closed since a
U. S. district judge ordered the
courses fully integrated last
month.

Frank Hampton, former police policeman
man policeman whose name was on the
original suit which sought daily
integration of the Jacksonville
courses, complained he and three
other Negroes were barred from
qualifying for the event.
Ghioto said he sought ak ruling
from John English, executive
secretary of the USGA. English
ruled that since the St. Augustine
course was privately owned,
Hampton and his group would
have to play their qualifying
rounds at the nearest non-segregated
qualifying site.
The nearest integrated courses
where qualifying will be held are
at Miami, Fla., and Atlanta, Ga.
both some 325 miles away.

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LOPEZ MISSES ONEYankee catcher Yogi Berra (left) watches dismally as third baseman
Hector Lopez misses a pop fly hit hear the plate by the Tigers' Al Ka line in the fifth inning
of the first game of a twinbill at Yankee Stadium yesterday. Backing up the play is Yankee
pitcher Whitey Ford. However. no runs were scored in the frame. The Yanks lost both games.
3-2 and 8-2. (UPI Radiophoto)

Quintero Cops Questionable
Split Decision Over Murillo

49 College Grid
Players Selected
For All-Star Game

CHICAGO (UPI) Coach Otto
Graham Saturday announced the
selection of 49 collegiate football
players for the annual All Star
game at Soldier Field Aug. 14.
The college suqad will meet
the Baltimore Colts, champions of
the National Football League, in
the 26th annual All Star game
presented by the Chicago 'rribune
Charities, Inc.
The squad includes six players
from southern colleges represent representing
ing representing the Southeastern Conference,
Southern Conference and Atlantic
Coast Conference.

The are tackle Phillip Blazer
of the University of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, guard Harmon Churchwell
of Mississippl,',back Bobby' Jack Jackson
son Jackson of Alabama, tackle Jim Mc McFalls
Falls McFalls of Virginia Military, back
Richard Petitbon of Tulane, and
vack Billy Stacy of Mississippi
State.

BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Although th regular pennant
race was concluded weeks, ago,
lots of the bowlers are keeping in
shape during the summer off sea season
son season by rolling in various im impromptu
promptu impromptu "fun sessions."
Last week the keglers tried
low bowling. The gimmick in this
type of bowling is to keep the
ball on the lanes and still get
low score.

Sometimes it is to tougher to
miss the pins than it is to hit
them. Gutter balls count strikes
and spares. This takes care of
the temptation to deliberately
throw the ball to the gutter.
Perfect low score would be 10.
That is pick off the number 7 or
10 pin on tte first toss and place
the second ball in the same spot.
Paul Karst took the honors for
the men and Mimi Metsger walk walked
ed walked off with tbe loot for the fair
sex.

This week the Balboa Mixed
Leaguers tried scotch double s.
Two ke$1ers team up and roll a
single line. Helen and Lou Glud
teamed up to nose out the team
of Betty Maguire and Jim Catron
by 5 sticks.
Next Wednesday at tbe Balboa
lanes, the bowlers will try
"blind" bowling. This is one of
those affairs where a sheet or cur curtain
tain curtain will prevent the bowler from
seeing the pins.
Last year this produced one of
the oddities of bowling when Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Mead made te big split-7-10,
yet never had the pleasure of see seeing
ing seeing how he did it. This blind bowl bowling,
ing, bowling, is excelleM practice for spot
bowling.

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AD:

By J.J. HARRISON Jr.

The official records showed to today
day today that lightweight Jorge Quin Quintero
tero Quintero of Colon took a split deci decision
sion decision from Panama City feather featherweight
weight featherweight Roberto Murillo at the Na National
tional National Gym last night.
But that fact was not convinc convincing
ing convincing to the greater part of the 928
persons who paid $867 to watch
the ten-rounder. the concensus
was that the real victor was Mu Murillo,
rillo, Murillo, who many saw take the
verdict "from here to China."

Here's how the two judges and
the referee voted to bring a deci decision
sion decision that had a disappointed Mu Murillo
rillo Murillo screaming "r obber s!"
through his tears, fist fights and
arguments breaking out after the
verdict was announced and irate
,?omineMs from hundreds w h o
stood around unbelievingly in ,the
area of the Gym long after the
bout was over.

Judge Harry Boyd scored
Quintero 96, Murillo 93; arbi arbi1
1 arbi1 ter Vivian Stewartneaw 4t Mu.
rill 97, Quintero 954 and judo
Jose Graham gave Quintero 96
points to 95 for Murillo.

The Panama American had Mu- 1
rillo out in front by a lopsided
98-92 score. Veteran sportswriter
Tomas Alberto Cupas of El Pais
gave Quintero the nod 97-95.
Murillo, who weighed in at 128-
to Quintero's 134, sent Quinte Quintero
ro Quintero to the deck with a right cross
to the jaw for an eight-count a about
bout about nine seconds before the bell
sounded to end the seventh round.
The winner got up at the count
of two and as Stewart reached
the obligatory "eight" Murillo
charged in eagerly hoping for
the kill. But the gong rang and
the round was over.
Murillo set a terrific pace
from the outset, outboxing and
outhitting his tall, longarmed
rival in brisk, zigzagging ad advances.
vances. advances. As Quintero plodded a along,
long, along, Roberto darted in and
out for the first four heats,
punching away all the time.
The loser slowed down sudden suddenly
ly suddenly in the fifth and sixth, the two
rounds which Quintero seemed to
take by wide margins but in the
seventh Murillo astonished t h e
crowd by resuming his lightning
fast attack to come roaring back
and drop his foe.
From there on in Roberto
coasted 'and gave and took as
he and the most of the specta spectators
tors spectators felt he had gained a clear
cut victory.
The rest of the story has al already
ready already been told.
Rodolfo Ampudia, 121, took a
clivided decision from Constanti Constantino
no Constantino Diaz, 11612, in a lively six sixround
round sixround semifinal.
Roy Best, 12714 was a unani unanimous
mous unanimous winner over Roily McKay,
12712, in a four-round prelim.
McKay's corner charged during
and after the fight that "a for foreign,
eign, foreign, smelly matter on Best's
gloves or person," made their
fighter unable to see properly.
In the curtain raiser which had
been set for four, deaf-mute An Antonio
tonio Antonio Torreglosa, 12212, kayoed
Angel Roque Cedefio, 119, in 2:
42 of the last stanza.

Boxing Commisslon
thelinglomorrow

An important Panama Boxing
Commission meeting will be
held at 8 o'clock t m orrew
night at the office of Carlos
Guevara, treasurer ef the Com Commission,
mission, Commission, officials announced to.
day.
Guevara's office Is located In
the Municipal Palace building in
the Cathedral Park area.
All persons connected to pro.
fusional fighting boast pre.
meters, traimrs, manager s,'
judges, reforms and sportswrit sportswritershave
ershave sportswritershave been asked to attend.
Several matters, which include
the Issuance el admission cards
ler 195940. will be discussed
end acted cm

Tumbling Popular
Activity In Diablo
Summer Program

Stunts and tumbling in one
of the most populat activities in
the slare and varied program at
the Diablo Gymnasium. Boys and
girls of all ages are eagerly
partictipating in this year's tum tumbling
bling tumbling sessions.
Tumbling is as old as man him himself.
self. himself. Long before the first per permanent
manent permanent records of mankind's ac activities
tivities activities were made, these feast
and skills were handed down
from generation to generation,
from age to age.

At the dwn of history those
activities which require revolving
balancing, springling, supporting,
and moving the body in unusual
postions, commonly known today
as stunts and tumbling, were
a'lighly developed stageo Greek
and Roman paintings and sculp sculpture
ture sculpture clearly show the esteem in
which these early people eld
physical activities of this nature.
Tumbling activities involve the
big muscles of the body. Through
the use and development of
these fundamental muscles the or organic
ganic organic ststems are developed and
stimulated to function properly.
A knowledge of he tumbling
skill is a decided dvantage to
anyone who aspires to take part
in athletics of any kind.
The Diablo program is a part
of the Schools Division Summer
Session. All stunts are taught un under
der under formal conditions and a
progression set up is used with
the participants beginning with
simple exercises and rogressing
set up is used with the partici participants
pants participants beginning with simple ex exercises
ercises exercises and progressing to the
more difficult when ready to do.
so.

The stunt and tumbling ses sessions
sions sessions are daily affairs and are
held at ten o'clock.
Prizes, such as balloons and
candy are awarded during the
weekly sessions but these cca ccasions
sions ccasions are not announced and only
those present at the session
can win a prize. Membership n
the Diablo Stunt and Tumbling
Group may still be attained by
' simply showing up ready to 'vol.

!Buffalo, Richmond
Slug 14 Home Runs
1To Split TANI

NEW YORK, June 15 (UPI)
Buffalo and Richmond belted a
total of 14 home runs pesterday,
but the day's explosive hitting
merely resulted in a split that
kept thBei os sn a half-game a ahead
head ahead of the second place Vees in
the Interne tional League race.
Deron Johnson of Richmond
led the roundtripper parade hith
three, two coming in the first
game won by Buffalo, 12-8. The
Vees, who collected nine homers
for the day, won the ightcap,
9-7.
Cletis Boyer and pitcher Glen
Cox eaeh hit pair for Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Cox' three-run blast Is
the seventh inning of the night nightcap
cap nightcap giving the vees a split for
the day.
Montreal defeated Miami twice,
13-0 and 3-1, behing route-going
performances by Tom Lasorda
and Ed Rakow. Lasorda limited
the Marlins o fottr hits while
picking up his fourth victory.
Rakow's record now is 5-5
The Toronto Maple Leh made
a determined bid to dumb out
of the cellqr by hammering the
Havana atbans, 7-1 nd 0-2,
and Rochester and Columbus
split a pair,- the Red Wings W1,11-
ning tbe first 13-5 and the Jets
gaining a 3-2 decision la' the
nightcap.

CONRAD() SARGEANT-',,';'1'ir'',I,',

Islational Leagua
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TEAMS ' Le Pct. GE
Milwaukee 34 24 .586
Sae Francisco 34- 27 .5S7
Piftsburgh 32 29 .i525 .31a
Chicage : 31 :29- .517
Les Angeles 31.'30 JOS: 41a
-. 28 32 .467, 7
St. Louis 25' 33 7431
Philadelphia 23 34 ,..404 10
Today's Games
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (NI
Only game scheduled.,
Yesterday's Results-
(First Gime)
San Francisco 212 000 000-5 8 2
Philadelphia 000 600 01x-7 12 1
S. Jones (7-6), McCormick and
Landritit, Schmidt..
Conley, Robinson. (1-0) and Sa Sawatski,
watski, Sawatski, Thomas.
(Second Game)
San Francisco 000 210 000-3 6 1
Philadelphia 002 000 04x-6 8 1
Shipley, Miller (3-3) and
Schmidt.
Roberts (5-5) and Sawalski,1
Thomas.
,
(First Game)
Los Angeles 002 001 000-3 8 1
Pittsburgh 000 030 03x--6 11 1
Williams, Labine (2-7) and Rose
bore).
Witt,, Porterfield, Jackson, Face
(10-0) and Burgess, Foiles
(Second Game)
Los Angeles 001 010 000-2 8 0
Pittsburgh 400 010 000-5 11 1
Erskine (0-3), Snyder, Fowler
and Roseboro.
Law (6-4) and Kravitz.
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 7 0
Chicago 002 100 30x-6 11 1
Rush (4-3), Willey and Cran Crandall.
dall. Crandall. Drott (1-0) and S. Taylor.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 000 002 020-4 8 G
1St. Louis 200 001 011-5 13 0
Nuxhall, Lawrefic'e (3-7) and Bai Bailey.
ley. Bailey. Blaylock, McDaniel (5-8) and
H. Smith. ,,
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(SecOnd Gam')
Cincinnati 100 000 020-3 8 2
St. Louis 100 000 010-2 7 1

Brosnan (2-3), Pei and Dot Dotterer.
terer. Dotterer. Ricketts (0-1), McDaniel and H.
Smith, Katt.

SECOND RIDER SPILED
Jockey Walter Blum also was
sent sprawling on the muddy
track when his mount, Foil Erie.
bounced off Black Hills. MUM
escaped serious injury but Arearo
remained prostrate in the mud.
- An ambulance rushed to tho
scene of the spill Rnd Arcaro, still
conscious, was taken to the hos
pital, After a wait of approximate
h, an hour, doctors reported that
X-rnys showed no fracturos.
,Althdugh officials declined to today
day today to estimate how long, Arcaro
wilt remain hosnitalized, he prob probably
ably probably will be released in a day or
two.
Arcaro has been in more than
40 spills since he started riding
almost 30 years aeo but this was
his closest ,tall since 1933 when
he was trampled by a horse at 1
Washington Park in Chicago.
UNCONSCIOUS THREE DAYS
In that accident Eddie wall Ian.
conscious for three days. He But,
fered I concussion, a punctured
lung and two fractured ribs, and
did not resume riding for several
months.
Attar went on from there to
become the most polished reed
rider of all time. However, even
his fellow jockeys admit that he
almost reached the end of the
line Sitturday.
"It'a a miracle Eddie wasn't
killed," said Conn MeCream who
was moving along behind Artaro

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American League
TEAMS ' W L- Pet Glis
Chicago ,- 33 25 .569
Clavoland 31 24
Detroit E 311 V J34:1
8altinioro 30 2, .517 3
Now York ' 27 2, t .482 S
Kansa', City .26:28 ,.48140
Boston 25' 32 ",,439
Washington 24 34 'r.411LTY:
,Today's Game'
,
Detroit at Baltimort:(
Cleveland at Boston: (N)'
Kansas City at Washington1)
Onlit rgames schedulect,,i
411111.
Yesterday's itesultr
( F irst Ga ) '1"11'4,
Cleveland 013 212 ,000.4 811-4
Washington 100 103 000-6:!,242
Grant (4-2) and Brovnt
merer (4-6),' Griggs,- StolAgZald
Courtney.
' (Socond- Game)
Cleveland 004 120 005-12 134:3
Washington 000 010 230-6 6 0
Score (7-3), Brodowski d
Brown.
Fischer (5-2), Woodeshick,Wle Woodeshick,Wletvenger
tvenger Woodeshick,Wletvenger and Porter. :1

venger and Porter.
,
(First Game)
Kansas City 000 000 100-1 5 I
Boston 001 030 20x-6 I-5
Kucks (1-3), Dickson, Gormart
and Chiti.
Casale (5-4) and Daley.
(Sacand Game)
Kansas City at Boston (ltpst (ltpstponed,
poned, (ltpstponed, rain).
(First Game
Chicago 020 202 030-9 4t6 1
Baltimore 202 000 011-6: 8 0
Wynn (9-4), Arias, Lown and
Battey.
Harshman, Zuverink (0-1), Pot Pottocarrero
tocarrero Pottocarrero and Ginsberg.
(Second Game) '01
Chicago 000 000 300-3 :7
Baltimore 000 100 010 0,-..2.1.9
Donovan (4-3), Arias and,
mano.,
(YD611 (2-6) and Ginsberg,,
(First Game)
Detroit 000 000 300-3" '1'
New y9rk 010 .001 000-2 ,, 6 1
Lary (7-3), Burnside,'Sielen.alUt
, 4
Wilson. ,
Ford (6-4 and Berra.
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(Second Game)
Detroit 400 100 111-8 ); .34
1New York 000 002 000-2 9 1
Foytack (5-6) and Berberet
Maas (4-4), Terry, C o a4,e si
Thants and Howard.

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After Spill At Belmont:'

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NEW YORK (UPI) Eddie 'on North Pole JI when Black
Arcaro, the greatest stakes rider .11ills, who later was destroyed,
in thoroughbred racing history, :went, down. ,t-i
was in satisfactory condition at a
Long Island hospital today after 1 "I cut inside Eddie and m44.04
a close brush with death in the I him by this much," McCreanx
Belmont Stakes. I addea, spreading his hands 11.b0;
,
six inches apart.
Officials at Physicians Hospital I 4 .;',48
said the 43-year-old "king" of the 1
.
sport of kings suffered a mild con- -, .,,,,h)
cussion and strained muscles of i .. - ,,ov.
the neck and shoulder Saturday Afitir
when his mount, Black Hills. 7.......7,
broke his right shin bone while v:;.::-:::!.$.
"'tr.:7)A.
battling for the lead in the triple
crown classic at Belmont Park. 94
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A crowd of 38,105 and a nation- 0774- .:111
al television audience thought .,..-:i:,.- ::-.:-::::;:;.:; ,..
Arcaro was killed when Black .,..:. '. :. :..i..t!' f :',.'i-
Hills went down on the stretch -f,,,... ''J;:.;,...1-.k...: !-,.: rf.'il!
k
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turn of the mile and one-half. k- :.'
race, won by Brookmeade Sta- .t,,c,,,,,,,yTtjslt'.e':V':::
ble's Sword Dancer.

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Gene Wood ling isn't the grea4
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n .1 HEAVY TRAININGIngemar Johansson points out the
sights to his fiancee,, Birgit Lundgren, prior to their visiting
,the United Nations headquarters in New York, shown in the
background. The Swedish challenger broke training to at,-
tend a Federal Court trial having to do with his fighting Floyd
Patterson tor the title at Yankee Stadium on June 25.

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LThan Lucky Charm Gifts

By RUDY CERNKOVIC
PITTSBURGH (UPI)--A four four!lit
!lit four!lit shuilJut worked more magic
for:Pittsburgh Pirate pitcher Bob
rriend than a stone from the
bottom of the Susquehanna River,
an 1851 penny, a couple ortwo ortwodollar
dollar ortwodollar bills and the traditional
rabbit's toot.
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' A 22-game winner last season,
111fitt we's Ydable to post his
first 1959 victory until he had ex experienced
perienced experienced the misery of seven de defeats.
feats. defeats. He set down the Milwau Milwaukee,I3raves
kee,I3raves Milwaukee,I3raves 'MY four singles to, a
3-0 shutout that broke the spell.

"That stutout was the charm
r deeded," Friend said. "During
the winless period I received bun bundiecrs
diecrs bundiecrs of letters from well-wishers.
One man sent me a stone found
on the bottom of the Susquehanna
River. He said it had been his
good luck charm."
man describing himself as a
student. of metaphysics wrote
Friend ind. guaianteed to make
tbe righthander a 20-game winner.

Suggests Talks
"He suggested some confer conferVINCI
VINCI conferVINCI to help me over the mental
blocks," Friend said. "He said
iftet I won my llth game I
would pay him $150 rind another
WO after my 20th victory."
Chief Black Bear of Chicago
sent,riend a rabbit's foot and a
fewdays later Bob won his fir.st
gant at' Milwaukee. 4
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"On'gratulations," wrote Black
Beami ,!'llemember I prediejed
this,21Mory."
'MI 1851 penny and the two twodolbrt
dolbrt twodolbrt ,bills were other good luck
chains sent along to Friend.

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er Scores One-Stroke Victory In US National Open

"They all meant well and I'm
grateful," Friend said. "I also re received
ceived received several St. Jude medals."

Names Best Effort
eriend considers his best pilth pilthing
ing pilthing effort was against Chicago in
the nightcap of a doubleheader
last Sunday although the Pirates
lost 1-0.
"I equalled my personantrike personantrikeout
out personantrikeout record of 10,' he said. "My
curve was shitrp and my change changeup
up changeup was just right."
However, Friend was lifted aft after
er after eight innings and had allowed
four hits and the sole Cub run.
Friend told reporters during his
doldrums that he was physically
fit.

"I don't want to appear as
though I'm offering an alibi now
but I had a sore throat during
spring training that hung on sntil
the season started.

Feels Well Now

"But now I feel well and I
seem to have that extra tome tomething
thing tomething on the ball that eluded me
before.
"If I could have won one of
the early games I think I vvould
have snapped out of it sooner. I
didn't begin pressing until the
fifth game.
"I had trouble with my pitches.
My curve didn't break right and
the change-up came in too high.
"I made mistakes with men on
bases. For instance, against Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, Frank Robinson singled
and Dutch Dotterer walked. Then
Roy McMillan came up and I
made the mistake of throwing
him a high curve.
"He cracked it for a two-run
double."

Bob Rosburg,
Mike Souchak
Are Runnersup

By OSCAR PARLEY
MAMARONECK, N. Y. (UPI)
Apple-cheeked Billy Casper of
Apple Valley, Calif.. WOn the U.S.
open soli championship yester yesterday
day yesterday 'despite shakY final36-38-74
for a two over par 212 which
just held off dramatic closing
bids by bespactaced Bob Rosburg
and Brawny Mike Souchak.
Casper, sporting a three-stroke
lead fiver Ben Hogan ak they
started the final round at chilly,
wind-swept Winged Foot Golf Club
staggered home with a four over
Par round. and it was just
enough.
For, while Hogan rocketed to a
37-39-76 which killed his chances
for a record fifth victory. both
Rosburg and Souchak battled out
of the ruck and came on to the
final hole needing a birdie for a
tie as Casper wttched helplessly
from the clubhouse.-
But neither of them could pull
it off.
All of the other threats had
fallen beside the wayside earlier.
Sam Snead, in a 19th futile Pur Pursuit
suit Pursuit of the only big one which
eVer has eluded him. folded as the
third hole when he chopped ont
double bogey five. That helned
bring Snead home in a 37-tot75,
2fter being four strokes behind at
the start of the final round
finisbing five shots back in a flat
tie with Hogan.
OTHERS MAKE THE RUN
But while the two big guns
were firing blanks, there were
others making a run at the 29-
year-old ex-sailor who eventually
wound un taking it all.
Souchak made the first big bid,
firing an out 34. one under Dar.
Going to the 16th hole, Souchnk
needed two birdies and a par for
a tie. He ran one of them down
on the 16th with a 20 foot putt
and stroked home his par on the
17th evdn though be had to come
out of the rough to get it.
But on the 18th big Mike, who
used to be an assistant pro on
this course, still needed a birdie
and it wasn't in the cards. 114
slashed his tee shot off into the
rough, behind a tree, and despite
the awkwardness of his stance
played' lochips down-thot which
rolled across the green, But it
went too far, on up into the nigh
grass at the edge of the apron.
He chipped it back, but it was too
short and when he missed the par
putt for a 34-37-71 he dropped
back to 284.
Then it was Rosburg, the man
from California with the scorned
baseball grip. He was out one
over par but starting hotte he
rammed in a .pair of birdies with
35 foot and 16 foot putts and going
to the 13th he looked like a sure
tie.

ROOF CAVES IN

But there the roof fell in as he
took a double bogey five on that
212 yar par three hole. His drive
caught a trap and, once out, he
had what he thought was a ball
mark in his way. It deflected the
putt and he had a crippling five.
'rhe burly guy with the glasses
still had a chance: for now he
needed only one birdie on those
final holes to get home in a tie.
But this wasn't in the cards,
either. He knocked in an eight eightfooter
footer eightfooter on the rith for a par which
kept him alive and on the 180
his last hopehe hit an approach
shot which was dead on the pin.
But it stopped 60 feet short of
the flag, banging into the rise of
the green.
He had to get down in one
and couldn't as the ball stopped
three feet short.
Bob knocked it in for his 31335

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the sited tes Open Championship with 61 on the upper course at Baltusrol, Springfield,
N.J.. and 69 on the lower for 137. There was a slight delay on the lfith fairway in the morning
when the burly Souchak looked disconsolately at his ball resting in the rough. The former
Duke place kicker practiced his swing without a club lining up the shot and then hit out.

Bob, Bocancito Cop Feature
Events At Remon Racetrack

The Stud Santa Lucia's clasij
three-year-old colt Bob raced to
an easy eleven length victorY in
the featured $2,000 added one
mile Press Classic yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the President Remon
racetrack.

Bob went off an odds-on choice
to cop the annual blue ribtotin
which is exclusively for threeyear-olds.
Pan Tostado went off
the second choice and Don Lu Lucho
cho Lucho the third favorite. Granade.
ro, Nebrisca and Tatin were rank
outsiders.
Before the race was over it was
evident that Bob would have no
competition. Midway down, the
backstretch Bob had taken a five
length lead although going under
restraint. By the time he swung
into the homestretch he was
some seven lengths to the good
of second place Don LAO.
Pan Tostado, which trailed to
the homestretch, came on with
a belated rush to finish third in
a photo Over Tatin which ran sur surprismgly
prismgly surprismgly well4 'Nebrisci was fifth
and GranaderiVhist:'"
Jose' Clio' nide Bob.' The colt
returned12.80 to win. His time
for the distance was the fastest
of the year-1:39. The sloppy go going
ing going was apparently to the liking
of the speedy colt.
The secondary attraction the
Radio Announcers' Day Handicap
was won br Bacancito wined
scored by a length and one-half
over Neeful, Melendez, Sputnik
and Diocese which bunched close closely
ly closely behind at the finish.
Bacancito, which was ridden
by Oscar Bravo, paid $6 despite
being 1he mutuels choice.
Brandal's S14.80 and Dofia Flo Flora's
ra's Flora's $11.60 in the first two races
were the day's best dividends.
The Brandal-Dofia Flora double
returned $204.40tops tor the day.
As usual, Braulio Baeza was
the day's winningest rider with
three victories. Ulloa and Sandi Sandino
no Sandino Hernandez were runnersup
with two wins apiece.
71 but his 283 total left him one
tiny but mountainous shot back of
Casper.
STARTS OUT FAST
Casper started out as it he was
going to make a runaway of it.
Winds up to 25 miles an hour
whipped into the field's faces on
those first four boles but big ,Bill
notched his pars steadily and then
holed an 18-foot birdie putt on the
fifth. He parred the sixth, and
then things beganto get tougher.
Trapped approach shots cost
him bogeys on the seventh and
eighth and he made' the turn mi.
comfortably in 36. It got worse.
For he three-putted the short 10th
from 40 feet for another bogey
and then trapped his second on
the long 12th for another bogey.
Bracing himself, Casper roiled'
home at 10 foot birdie putt on the
14th but then lost that shot right
back by trapping his approach on
the 15th. He left the door wide
open for SOuchak and Rosbiirg by
rifling his approach over the
green for another bogey on the
17th to bang up his in-38 and a
74 for 282.
Neither Rosburg four shots
back of Casper when they started,
nor Souchak, who began five
strokes back, could close that gap.
But they gave it a game try in
this round which was postponed
from Satuiday because of torren torrential
tial torrential rain&

HOGAN'S PUTTING OFF
The sentimental favorites, Ho Hogall
gall Hogall and Snead, meanwhile were
blasting all their chances on the
first nine holes. Hogan, putting
miserably, had two bogeys going
out. Even in the halcyon days
when he was winning four titles
to tie Bobby Jones and ancient
Willie Anderson he would have
all he could handle to get even.
Arnold Palmer,. the brawny
Pennsylvanian who rated the pre pretournament
tournament pretournament favorite with Snead.
was in there, too, as they 'began
the vlinal round. He was lour
shots back but quickly erased
his hopes with an out 38, three
over par, and finished in 36 for
a 14 and a 286 total.

The dividends:

F I RST RACE
1 Brandal $14.80, $3.40
2 Tierra' $2.60
SECOND RAC E
1 Das Flora $11.60, $4.40
2 Nirvana $2.80
First Double: $204.40

THIRD RACE
1 Mr Roberts $3.
No place betting
FOU RTH RAC E
1 Mohican $4.20, $2.80
2 Chit $280
QuInlola $7.40
1 Kazan $2.20
No place betting
SIXTH RAC E
1 Pops $3., $2.20
2 Piccolino $2.20

OFFICIAL, LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

8798 520.00 8798
8797 520.00 R799

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0076 2fi0.00

9007 130M
006R 130.00

0212 156.00

7203 104 00
7204 104.00

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1076 HOMO

9089 130 00
9070 130.00

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520.00
520.04

1212 156.041

1205 104.00
7200 104.00

SEVENTH RACE
1 King's Park $6.60, $3.80
2 Evening Star $3.20
Souend Double: $11.
Eighth RACE
1 La Brisa $2809 $2.20
2 El Agneila $3.
Quiniola: $5.60
NINTH RACE

1 Bacancito $1., $3.20
2 Neeful $4.
Onl-Two: $25.80

TENTH RACE
1 Bob $2.80, $2.40
2 Don Lucho $3.

ELEVENTH RACE
1 Albigense $6., $2.80
2 Skoll $260
Ono Two: MO

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2101, June 14, 1959
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "IS"

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

g800
V101

1
2076 260.00

P071 130.00
D072 130.00

Approximations

520.00 1 8802 520.00
520.00 1 8803 520.00

Approximations

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3076 260.00

903 130.110
R074 130.00

Approximations

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2212 150.00 I 3212 156.00

7207 104.00 7204 104.00
720R 10,100 7210 104.00

NOTE. The winning tickets with the last cipher and with the tvto last
ciphers apply only to the First Pricy,
Me First Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are drawn separately. ap
proximations are calculated on the First. Second and Third prizes. In case
a ticket should carry ibs numbers of each prize. the holder is entitled to
claim payment for each.

DRAWMG OF THE 3 STRIKES

Sunday, June 14, 1959
Drawing Number 502
FractIon Ticket
First Prize 05 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 76 3.00 60.00
Third Prize 12 2.00 40.00

8805
9076
7212

2
4212 131140

7211 104.00
7213 104.00

PRIZES ARS PAID WITHOUT

8$04 520.00 I 8802
8808 520.00 8808

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Derived From Second Prize

4076 760.00 I i076 260.00

9075 130.80 I 9071 130.110
9077 130.08 I 130.00

Derived From Third Prize

IS Approximations,
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Approximations,
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5212 155.00 .212 155.00
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7214 104.00 7210 104.00
7215 104.05 7217 104.00

$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
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Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.
WITNESSES: Luis Lay G.--Ced. 50-390 RICARDO VALLARINO
Oscar CortezCeti. 2-5.3017 Notary Public. Panama

I Second Prize. Series A and 8, -Of
I Third Prize Series A and 8, of
IS Approximations. Series A and 19. of
Prim. Series A and 8, of
90 Prizes. Series A end 8, of
900 Prizes. Series A end B. of

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I Second Prize. Series A and 8, of 7.000 00 each aeries
I Third Prize, Series A and 8, of 3.000 00 each aeries
a Approximations. Series A and 115. of 260.00 each series
II Prires Series A and 8, of 1.300.00 each geriPA
0 Prizes, Series A and B, ell 7 00 each series
0 Prizes. Series A and B. of 26.00 each aeries

Price of a whole ticket $26 00
Price of a 52nd part 0.50
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7221 104.00

Prize-winning Numbers of ,esterday's Lottery DM Wing were sold at: The lst Panama. 2nd Panama and 3rd in Los Santos.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 5 and not Inc! uded In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.90) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A'' & "B"

PABLO A. MEL M.
Secretarv

The wizen will he paid in accordance with the Official List of rename in
the offices of the rotational Beneficlent Lottery situated on Central Avenue
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2102 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1959
Divided In two aerie. of 2a friction,. each denominated "A" and "11"

M2.000 00
15.000.00
7.800 00
9100.00
22.400 00
14.040 00
40.000 owl

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Series A and B. of 41500 each fterlea $ 2,340 oo
and B. of 13000 each aerioa 2.340 oo
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Series A and B of 52.00 each aerie $ 1.872.14,
and 1, of 78 00 pot erif. 404 00

aerie $ 1.1172.1o.
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PHILLIPS Ocsansite Cottages
Santa Clare IL de P. PibONO Pa Panama
nama Panama 1- i I 77 Cristobal 3.1673.
Foster cottatles, between Santa
Clara and Roo Hate. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 11166.
Houses
FOR RINT:Available 'illy lst.
chalet in Las Cumbres, three
bedrooms, two baths, including
separate maid's service. For more
information, call Balboa 1751.
FOR RENT:Laree chalet with
spacious oroundt and outbuild outbuildilieS,
ilieS, outbuildilieS, suitable tor repidence or
business. Call Tel. 3-7307, Pa Pamir'''.
mir'''. Pamir'''. FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom chalet,. liv living
ing living room, dining room. kitchen,
maids room, garage. etc. For six
months. 95th Street No. 41,
S115.00. Tel 3-4994,
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished concrete chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water, road facing
Paitilla Airfield 109. Call 3-
553.
FOR RENT:New chalet, three
bedrooms with air .conditioner,
maid's room with bathroom, hot
water. Information. Tel. 2-1382.
ICommercial Sites I
FOR RENT:--Local commercial
at Justo Atosomena Avenue No.
37-41. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT:--Offices in Va 's 'stint)
tint) 'stint) Building. For information
call Tel. 3-6700. Mr. Jack
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Reasonable Wage Increase For Steel
Workers Next Year Says Union Head

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NEW YORK (UPDDavid J.
Mc Dowd president of the United
Steelworkers union, said yesterday
steel workers would fight for a
lreasonable' wage increase this
year because they were "free
men and not galley slaves or
serfs."
He said the steel industry re refuses
fuses refuses ta grant its employes a
wage int rease despite record prof profits
its profits in the first half of this year.
He warned the industry it would
hear th, responsibility if a steel
strike occurs on the midnight
June 30 deadline.
"The steel industry refuses to
negotiate" a new contract this
year. M Donald charged in a lel lelevizion
evizion lelevizion address to the nation.
The union sponsored program
feature,t interviews with steel
workers in key steel making cen centers
ters centers aimed at underscoring the
membershio s determination to
win a wagt increase.
Most of those interviewed dis disputed
puted disputed ati intlustry contention that
the average steel worker makes
$6,000 a veal. All said they need
a nay nike
McDoeald said steel workers
"are not rich" and they deserve
"a reasonable increase in their
pav scale."
He cliarged that, while the un union
ion union has been trying to negotiate,
a new contract, steel indosiryl
leaders have been tttlkin-, alio,;t1
a strike." 1
Last Fridio, the union's Inter-1
nallonal Wage Policy Committee
authorlzed As officers to take
willtever action necessary to deal
with the contract deadlock. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald said this gave him the
power to close. the mills if neces
stay.
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LIFE INSURANCE
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JIM RIDGE
Gentral Spent
Gibraltar Lite Ina. Co.,
tor ratm and informMon
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Mnnday thru Priday
I:00 a.m. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 1:011
Saturday: I:00 cm. to 12:00
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Apartments
FOR RIENT:E1 Cangreici. vory
cool, comfortable furnished, two
bodroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard. Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious;
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace.
race. terrace. maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage. etc.
Very cool. Enquire beside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. modern apartment in Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, hot water. Tel. 3-
(1702.
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FOR RENT:Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment
in Campo Alegre for 6 to 8
months. 8165 month,. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2129 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent kir kirRisked
Risked kirRisked room. Beautiful residential
area 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: T'hree bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette,
large kitchen, front and back
porches, gagage. "L" Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangreio, Tei
3-6170, 2-2379.
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Motorcycles 1
FOR SALE:Cuahman Motor
Scootor 1959 Model, Engine re rebuilt,
built, rebuilt, new carburetor, new paint
job. Excellent condition. Call
Quarry Heights 4172.
FOR SALE:---Vespa motor scoot scooter.
er. scooter. Kenmore ironer, Coldspot
refrigerator, bunkbed. Good con condition.
dition. condition. 3228 Empire St., Balboa,
Phone 2-1072.
PERSONALS
RAPHELLA BA1NS Message
From Mai Or Weirton. Call Cu Curondo
rondo Curondo 3188.
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The union chief, who has blunt bluntly
ly bluntly admitted the lack of progress
in six weeks of contract talks, ig
slated to meet in Washington,
Monday with top federal mediator
Joseph Finnegan and later with a
group of Democratic senators.
Finnegan requested the meeting
to "tal a reading" of the steel
crisis. The meeting underscores
official government concern over
the deadlock and the possibility of
a cripoing steel stlike.
The Demo(ratic senators also
took th, initiative in setting up
their di. tier meeting with McDon McDonald
ald McDonald for briefing on the negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. Poger Blough chairman of
U. S. S.Pel Corp., will meet with
both Finnegan and the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic senatt rs a week from Monday.
McDonald is scheduled to meet
Mondas mottling with the 'chair 'chairmen
men 'chairmen of he union's full negotiating
commito- es for each of the 12
companies. Ile then will go to
Philadelphia to address the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Union Department of the
AFL-CR..1, beiore going to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. The dniOn has demanded that
the 12 steel companies involved in
the cootract talks bargain sepa separately
rately separately w;th the onion on Tuesday.
the union said it would
be wil:01".! h, continue the joint
talks he'we,) four man teams
"concurrently."
The oidostry has flatly refused
to attend the 12 separate meetings
which the union has scheduled
for 2 p m. or Tuesday. Instead,
the cotr,lanies said their four-man
team would be at the Hotel Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt tha' dal' in the ev-t the un
I inn wanied te meet with it.

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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
60VERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AOENCV DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Ail Trees of Auto Insurance
FOR REN :
For two or throe months. com completed
pleted completed furnished housok000Mo
room. double coach, rofrierator.
hot plata, privato entrance.
PRIVATE BATH. Tel. 3-0638
4-1444 No. 3, S2rid Street.

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FOR SALE-1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, extra wire wheels, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, tonneau cover. excellent
condition. Call Sgt. Negron at
5i55 Of Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:---1956 Plymouth V V8.
8. V8. powerflite, many more e aaaaa
S1350. Home 828-3461. Duty
83-6221.
FOR SALE:--15058 Ooal YI llow,
excellent condition 24" English
bicycle girl ). Call between 3:30
and 6 p in. Balboa 2405.
FOR SALE:BARGA1N, 57 MG,
S1650.00. Estacidn Pasadena.
Near Cerveceria.
FOR SALE: 1956 Victoria.
many extras. Price right. Call
Gatun 532.
TO TRADE: 15'54 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtop Riveria, Dynaflow,
good tires, excellent mechanical
condition. Desire 1955-1957 4-
door Station Wagon with auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Pay cash
difference. Call Quarry Heights
4172
FOR SALE:--1948 Ford 2-door,
good tirey and battery, depend dependable,
able, dependable, $175.00. 3-7810.
FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition,
dition, condition, $57500. Tel. 3-7367.
FOR SALE:Leaying Isthmus,
must sacrifice beautiful 57 Dodge
Sweptwing hardtop. this car is
excellent Any reasonable offer.
Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, sport cp. S900.00. Call
2-4410.
FOR SALE:---Leaving, must sell
1950 Oldsmobile. hy may be
seen at East bridge gate, Gatun
locks, days, 8049-A, Margarita.
Evenings.
I SERVICES 1
TELEVISION SERVICE
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.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
U S. Television
Means reliabilitv
better service.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your home and proper-.
ty against insect damag 0.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
DM Sinn of Balboa
Clinton Tate. Plaintiff vs. Phyllis Jean
Tate. Defendant. Summons Case No.
4847 Civil Docket 22 fiketiOn for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
arnve-entitied action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge, United Stabes District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 12th day of June. 1959.
Sara de la Pea
Clerk
(Seat)
BysMarlan D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
To Phyllis Jean Tate
The foregoing summons Is served
noon you by publication to the order
of the Honorable Guthrie F Crowe.
Judge. United Slates District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
June 11. 1959. and entered and filed
in this action in the office of the Clerk
of said United States District Court for
ihe Division of Balbos, on June
1959.
Sara de la Fedi
Clerk
DygMarian D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
Gui
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on. in lb. world needs. mink, coot
but mink NNA
WITCHCRAFT INTEREST
LONDON WEI) Interest In
witchcraft in Britain is growing
by leaps and bounds, a Sunday
newspaper reported. The "Empire
News" said books on "the history
and practice of paganism, sorcery
and ceremonial magic" are
snapped up as soon as they are
offered for sale, even at inflated
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FOR SALE:Store No. 1062 Rio
Abaio, equipment, ice box, slicer.
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
4-0983.
SELLING AIRCRAFT Gullwing
Stinson, V-77, 300 hp Lycoming,
new 50 yr. fiberglass skin. 5
place, 12 ton cargo or photo
mapping. Rough field perform performance.
ance. performance. Nangared Maracaibo. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice 55 000 cash. Original
owner Stateside. Will deliver.
Cable or write DAYO, Punto
Venezuela.
FOR SALE:--We have imet 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.
FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer
washer with pump and agitator
action. Very good, $50.00. Bak
boa 6370.
FOR SALE:G.E. Deluxe clothos
dryer, excellent condition, $100
Qrts. 30, Albrook MI.
FOR SALE:Table 30"x50" Lt.
blue fornica top, sturdy construc construction,
tion, construction, 1.g storage drawer, S7.50.
Two uniforms, white broadcloth,
size 12 $1.00 each, 5452-B
Morrison Street, Diablo.
Boats CI Motors I
FOR SAL11:-14 foot boat and
trailer $275. 18 h.p. Johnson,
Mr. Sweeney, 3-6426, morn mornings.
ings. mornings. FOR SALE: Newporter 40'
Ketch 65 greymarine, completely
fiberglassed, radiotelephone, di direction
rection direction finder, Depth indicator.
automatic pilot, 2 suits sails.
Ready to cruise, including sex sextant,
tant, sextant, maps and canned goods.
$22,500. Phone Balboa 2693, $
to 5 or see at Balboa Yacht Club.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
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WANTED
WANTED:Experiented house housekeep,
keep, housekeep, to sleep on lois. Eisen Dent
salary for adossuate person. Phone
Co len 806 for appointment.
WANTED: ,--- North American
family of four, careful tenants
want 3 bedroom chalet. Phone
3-6529.
WANTED: Good maid with
references. Via Porras No. 82.
WANTED: Domestic help
wants. Housekeeper, 25 35
years, with experience and ref references,
erences, references, for laundry, ironing
cleaning and cooking. $40 per
month, 2 weekends off. To live
in. Some English necessary.
Phone Navy 3711.
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Animals
FOR SALE:--Doberman Pinschor
pups. Cali 2-1879 for informa information.
tion. information. FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup pupWs
Ws pupWs AKC registered. Phone Navy
3986 between 9it.m. to 7 p.m.
I Lessons
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Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero's
ro's Romero's Practical Conversational
Spanish lessons. 4th of July Ave.
T1-352, Apartment 11 phone
2-3021.

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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles. San Francisco
and Seattle

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Horne Articles I
FOR SAL11:---7 glee Rattan lly llylnoroom
lnoroom llylnoroom sot, almost, new, maho mahogany
gany mahogany Hawaii and bodroom sot.
other household hems. Para is
664-B, phone 4391.
FOR SALE:Rattan sofa, four
chairs, two tables, foam rubber
cushions; mahogany coffee table;
deep trainer 12 cu. It.
bicyclo, Amador 5197.
FOR SALE: --- Mahooany table
and four chairs, mahogany stow
end table, two solid Poplar twin
beds, two Goodyear him latex
mattres, two springs, tvie night
stands, one largo drosser, House
356 Apt. 2. Ancen.
FOR SALE:International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Upright Prosser 15
est. ft. capacity Westinghouse au automatic
tomatic automatic 110-220 Volt clothes
dryer; General Electric Mobile
Maid Dishwasher, Appliances 60
cycle. Outdoor Swing set (2
Swings lir Teeter Totter. Call
Quarry Heights, 4172 for details.
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Special Offers
WANTED:-BILINGUAL SEC SECRETARY
RETARY SECRETARY F 0 R SHORTHAND
AND TYPING IN ENGLISH AND
SPANISH. KNOWLEDGE OF OF OFFICE
FICE OFFICE WORK, FILING AND AC ACCOUNTING
COUNTING ACCOUNTING NECESSARY. PAST
EXPERIENCE A N D REFER REFERENCES
ENCES REFERENCES DESIREABLE. PLEASE
APPLY IN WRITING, ENCLOS ENCLOSING
ING ENCLOSING PHOTOGRAPH TO "SEC.
RETARY" P.O. BOX 617 FAN
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Special Honors College At Michigan

Graduates EN. Scott Jr. With Honor

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Edward W. Scott Jr., a 1956
graduate of Balboa High School,
was graduated "with high hon honors"
ors" honors" from the Honors College of
Michigan State University in. East
Lansing, Michigan, in commence commencement
ment commencement exercises held last week.
Scot son of Edward W (Ted)
Scott, a former editor of the Pa Panama
nama Panama American and Mrs. Janice
1 G. Scott of Balboa, completed his
normal four year college curricu curriculum
lum curriculum in three years.
' As a result of his outstanding
academic performance in his
freshman year, Scott was invited
to become one, of the first mem members
bers members of the Michigan State Hon
OTS College, a program designed
to allow talented students great greater
er greater curricular freedom as well as
opportunities for independent work.
His freshman academic record
also allowed him to become a
member of Phi Eta Sigma, a na na.
. na. tional scholastic honorary for cote
lege freshmen. 9
A member of the Michigan
State baseball squad for two
years, Scott was awarded his
freshman numerals his first year
on the team. He also participat participated
ed participated in intramurals sports and was
the All-University high bar cham champion
pion champion in gymnastics during the
1 winter quarter his freshman
year.
During his last two years at
the university, Scott worked as a
staffer on the University newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, The Michigan State News,
which has a daily circulation of
17,000. He was a night editor on
- the paper and received a plaque
for outstanding service.
His senior year Scott was .-
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, lected to Phi Kappa Phi, a na national
tional national scholastic honorary frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity. His other organizations include,
Sigma Delta Chi, a national pro professional
fessional professional journalism fraternity, and
Kappa Tau Alpha, a national
scholastic honorary for journalists.
Scott attended Michigan Slate
on an MS.U. entrance' scholar
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I- Estate- I
'FOR SALLLote SOO and 1.000
metals, in the Nuevo HipSdremo
Urbanization across the lemon
Racetrack. AN lots wkh street
fronts. sewage. water main and
alsctrkity. CaN W. PAckarnett.
Tat. 4-0976.
FOR SALL--Chalot in Las Cum Cumbras
bras Cumbras $15,000 to and tile,
2 bedroom, 1 12 bathroom, 210-
lnd St., Casa Karch, &pen daily
for inspection.
FOR SALE:Farm Repose 95 in
tho main road 4 minutes from
Aduana Arrailin. Modern two
bedroom house, running water,
electricity, many boaring fruits
oil kinds, owner Heins.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., "Ditch-,
diggers Headquarters." We sell
good value. Attractive homes at
aa ble prices. Also can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good Fen-.
talc Write or see Troy Hayes,
former Canal Zone Police ser sergeant
geant sergeant for 30 years, eh) White-,
Robinson Realty, Inc., 121 9th
St., North, telephone 7-0344.
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Imbarassed by thos warts? Got
rid of them! Compound W is just
the thing for it. Canal Zoni
Pharmacy.
Attention! Canal Zone Motherst
Yours tor the asking. Diaparene,
pHisoHeic. pHismierm. Mishits.
Canal Zone Pharmacy.
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EDWARD W. SCOTT JE.
ship which he won while in col college.
lege. college. He has been awarded a gradu graduate
ate graduate scholarship to continue his
duties .at Michigan State and will
return there in the fall to work
towards a master's degree in po political
litical political science.
LOVERLY Mexican actress
Lola Wiest:lute shows eft her
bikini at Cannes, Franco. She
wog among many beauties en
band for the annual Cannes
Film Festival.
MOSCOW (UPI) The official
Soviet news agency Tass reported
former New York Gov. W. Avereil
Harriman arrived yesterday at
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Washington Park
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CHICAGO (ITYIII--Round Table,
the world's 'leading mctney win winner,
ner, winner, equalled the track record
and won his first start since
Feb. 23 by a neck Saturday in
the $50,000 Added Citation Handi Handicap.
cap. Handicap. A erowd of 19,498 witnessed
the stretch drive of the Travis
Kerr Stable entry, ridden by
Steve Brooks, as he nipped Eto Etonian
nian Etonian at the wire.
At 1:33 2-5 clocking for the
mile run equalled the record for
Washington Park, set in 1953 by
Swaps in winning the $100,000
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time also was-one-fifth of a sec second
ond second slower than the 'world record
time, also established by, the
mighty Swaps in 1956.
Brooks held Round Table in the
forefront of the pack through
most of the race. But as the field
of 11 horses entered the stretch,
Brooks and Round Table began
to move and gallantly fought off
the stretch drvie of Etonian ani
Charlie's Song, which ran third.
A net purse of $33,750 boosted
Round Table's four-year record
earnings of $1,363,064 to $1,396,-
814.
Round Table gave away 26
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his backers $3.80, $320 and $3.20,
while Etonian paid $11.60 and
$7.00. Charlie's Song returned
5.20.
Rebel Flag Pantied
Laura Lou Kunnen
Tennis Favorite
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Laura Lou Kunnen, the tennis
star who drew the wrath of the
Florida Legislature with her re rebel
bel rebel flagged paties, will be one of
the favorities when the Southern
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today. 41.
Laura Lou, tpim Clearwater,
Fla., and 17th s- ranked in the
nation in women's singles, ap appeared
peared appeared earlier this season wear wearing
ing wearing a confederate flag on her
tennis Y Shorts 'tfttft tournament.
Florida lawmakers then passed
a bill making it unlawful to use
the rebel flag in such a manner.
Despite her rebel flag, Miss
Kummen will have plenty of thou
competition during the week-long
championships.
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bat Loubat of New Orleans, the South's
top ranking women's player; Ad Adrienne
rienne Adrienne Ayares of Baltimore, 18th
in the Country; Carol Huanks Of
St. Louis, rated fourth n U. S.
junior girls; Justina Brick, also
of St. Louis, ated 9th in the
juniors; and Jean Clarke of Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, once ranked the South's
top women's Player.
Roberta Alison, seventh ranking
juniior from Alexander City who
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US Economist Hopes
For Tax Cut In '60

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Prest
dent E,senhuwer's chief economic
adviser held out some hope yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a tax cut late next
year if the budget shows a "sub "substantial"
stantial" "substantial" surplus. He saw no
chance of one in the first half of
1960.
Dr. Raymond Saulnier, chair chairman
man chairman of the President's council of
economic advisers. said that even
if Congress holds the line on
spending daring the fiscal year
starting July 1 the surplus will
not be nig enough for an imme immediate
diate immediate tax slash.
' (But he said in a radio interview
(Mutual Reporters Roundup) that
a tax cut was at least conceivable
if the fscal 1961 budget showed
a surplus of 2 billion dollars or
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t e se other economic develop developMents:
Ments: developMents: Sen Allen J. Ellender (13-1,a)
said the President's proposal to
raise vvernment interest rates
and inrrease the national debt
ceiling deals with "symptoms"
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at inflation. He said the solution
was to trim government spending
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and baianc, the budget. The
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tee opens hearings Monday on
the debt ceiling request.
Marshall A. Robinson, a lead leading
ing leading economist for the Brookings
Institution, a private research or organization,
ganization, organization, called the debt ceiling
a failure. He said it had cost the
taxpayers millions of dollars by
forcing the government to borrow
in costly and unorthodox ways.
He made the statements in a book
to be pliblished Friday.
Th President's proposed in interest
terest interest rate increases were criti criticied
cied criticied hv Sens. Albert Gore (D (DTenn.)
Tenn.) (DTenn.) and Ralph Yarborough (D (DTex.)
Tex.) (DTex.) in a radio bmadcast (Texas
stations Gore said it would put
the economy in a tailspin. Yar Yarborogugh
borogugh Yarborogugh said "the administra administration's
tion's administration's high interest rate" has a
lot to do with. inflation.
Saulnier said it was too early
to say 'with confidence" whether
the givernment would wind up
the 196n fiscal year with a sur surplus.
plus. surplus. Bat he added that the ad administration
ministration administration does not envision fur further
ther further deficit spending.
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plus surplus left at the close of fiscal
1960 'would pretty a'utomaticallY
go to retirement of the national
debt."
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sumer consumer pHces at their current lev level
el level to wevent a new round of in inflation.
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Long Charges: 'They Took My Pants,
Watch; Kidnapped Me For $250,000'

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GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)Gov.
Earl Long of Louisiana, confined
in a mental ward here, charged
in an interview yesterday that his
wife and political associatesin associatesineluding
eluding associatesineluding his nephew, Sen. Russell
B. Longconspired to spirit him
out of Louisiana.
In his first direct conversation
with anyone outside John Sealy
Hospital since he entered it May
130, Long told television station
1KTBS of areVeport. La., that
"somebody put up $250,000" to
have him kidnaped.
The governor will make a per personal
sonal personal bid for freedom Monday
when he appears in Galveston
District Court for hearing on his
petition for a writ of habeas cor corpus
pus corpus based on his claim that he
was kidnaped from his home
state and that Texas courts have
no jurisdiction over him.
Adrian Levy Sr., Long's chief
attorney, said the governor would
be the only witness at the hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Levy said he had no way .of
proving the governor was kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped except Long's own word.
He added that he could not sub subpena
pena subpena anyone from Louisiana and
he was confident nobody there
would volunteer to testify Long
was abducted by force.
Long was whisked from the
governor's mansion in Eaton
Rouge to the Galveston hospital
in a hush-hush flieht of a Nation National
al National Guard plane. He has charged
in his habeas corpus petition here
that he was hound hand and foot
and heavily druered for the flight.
In an interview with ChPrley
Ray, news editor of KTBS, Long
accused his political associates,
including his nephew, Russell, and
Louisiana Lt. Gov. Lethar Frazar,
of conspiring to have him put
away so they could further their
own nolitical ambitions. The 63-
year-old governor noted that one
of his pet hillsa loan shark
measurewas killed in the legis legislature
lature legislature after he left Louisiana. Ite
said "somebody nut UD t930,000"
to get him out of the way.
Ray said he was not at liberty
to tell how he got his interview
with Long.
t The governor's story of the
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Protestantism In Puerto Rico,
Benefits Health, Education

I NEW YORK (UPI) A half
, century of Protestant cooperation
in Puerto Rico is paying off with
improved health, better working
, conditions and greatly increased
lchurch membership, religious
Ileaders report.
Some ,Protestant churches ooer ooer,
, ooer, ate missions is Puerto Rico.
!Others have helped Puerto Ricans
!establish their own churches. Va Various
rious Various denominations operate hos hospitals,
pitals, hospitals, schools, clinics and farm
cooperatives. One runs a major
university.
Dr. David Barry, executive di director
rector director of the New York City Mis
sion Society and an expert on Pro Protestantism
testantism Protestantism in Puerto Rico, said
that the growth of Protestant
churches on the, island territory
has been phenomenal in recent
years, especially in the cities.
"Protestantism was a rural re religion
ligion religion in Puerto Rico for a long
time," he said, in an interview.
"The Roman Catholics were firm firmly
ly firmly established in towns so the
Protestants went o he rural
areas at first. Now they ate mov moving
ing moving into the cities. where there is
a growing Proestant m middle
class.
"Around San Juan, churches
are springing up. one after an-,
other. It looks like the suburb of
any big mainland city."
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flight to Galveston was that he
was told he was being taken to
Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans.
He said ."a couple of bonecrush bonecrushers,
ers, bonecrushers, one weighing 290 and the
other 180professional killers
were hired to strong-arm him in into
to into the plane.
"We had several gights that
night," he added. "They took my
watch, my pants, and $4.000 of
my money. Then I fotmd myself
here."
Later in his statement, the golf.
ernor remarked he was in Gal.
veston "under the domination of
colored people," and that "my
wife is the most jealous women
in Louisiana."
At another time, he remarked
that if his brother, the late Sen.
Huey Long, "had tad the same
tests I've had, he'd have been
here the rest of his life."
Long was taken to Galveston
after doctors said he had suffered
a "physical and mental break breakdown"
down" breakdown" during a session of the
legislature which had brought
him several defeats.

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ATOMS IN THE AIR-A radio broadcast, made possible by
grapefruit-sized atomic-powered generator called Snap III,
holds the attention of harn radio operator Godfrey Anzic, right.
The broadcast was part of the Atomic Energy Commission
display at the 1959 Nuclear Congress and AtornFair in Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio. O. J. Jones of Martin Co., builders of Snap III,
listens with Godfrey. The generator is similar to one displayed
by President Eisenhower last January. It converts heat directly
into electricity ,and has powered messages to ham operators
RS far away as Europe.

When Protestant groups first be
gan active work in Puerto Rico,
they divided the island up by de denominations,
nominations, denominations, Barry said. The Dis Disciples
ciples Disciples of Christ were assigned the
San Juan area, he said, while the
Presbyterians went into the west western
ern western area of the island, the Metho Methoddsts
ddsts Methoddsts into the south and the Unit United
ed United Evangelical Church into the
east.
As a result, Barry said, it is
easy to determine the denomina denomination
tion denomination of a Puerto Rican Protestant.
simply by knowing the name of
his home town.
The various Protestant groups
joined recently in holding a strat strategy
egy strategy conference attended by high
officials of the National Council
of Churches. Delegates agreed on
a program to improve coopera cooperative
tive cooperative effort through a 'Protestant
center. Protestant chanlain at
the University of Puerto Rico and
stronger ministries to hospitals
and other institutiona.
Among the most active Protes Protestant
tant Protestant groups In Puerto Rico are
the Methodists, the Presbyterians.
the Disciples of Christ, the United
Chureh of Christ and the Church
of the Brethren. Many other
groups also have major programs
there.
The Presbyterians run the 2,500-
student Inter American Univer University.
sity. University. They also operate a center
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Rape Conviction Of White
Acclaimed As Victory For

By JACK V. FOX : .;4.
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TALLAHASSE, Fla., June 15 (UPI)Negroes and whites alike generally hailed today the conviction 'of four
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white youths for the rape of a Negro coed as a victory for justice in the South. '. wo.-
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The opinion regarding the jury's recommendation of mercysaving the youths from the',electric cha'ir; wai.!!
not so unanimous, however. Several prominent leaders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colotiirt
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People were critical of the move.

People were critical of the move.
The guilty verdict was returned early yesterday by the
Only 42 days elapsed between the mass attack on the
tones.

twice.
The jury left the length of the prisom sentences up to
least two weeks. The sentences could range from a few

GOP Wiii Nominate Nixon
On ist Ballot, Says Senator

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) predicted y es esterday
terday esterday that the 1960 Republican
National Convention will give the
GOP presidential nomination to
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
on the first ballot.
Scott, former Republican na national
tional national chairman, said New York
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller might
win the nomination in some fu future
ture future year. He said the New York Yorker
er Yorker "undoubtedly seems to b e
headed for ultimate leadership of
the Republican party."
Police Kill Five
NEW DELHI' (UPI)--Five peo people
ple people died in communist -; over-run
Kerala Saturday as a result of
police opening fire on a 2,000-
strong crowd in the Ernakulam
district,'Indian police officials re reported
ported reported ere yesterday. The police
spokesman said that a croWd
gathered after one person had
been arrested on charges linked
with a nicket placed at a shop
lening
in a hill country rural slum,
where they have launched a hand-,
craft industry and an agricultural
extension project for the breed-1
ing of pigs. The center also;
maintains a medical clinic and,
sends a social worker into remote
areas.
The Congregational Christian
Churches and the United Evan Evangelical
gelical Evangelical Church, which have
formed the United Church of
Christ, have a number of projects
in Puerto Rico.
They help support a seminary
where Puerto Rican ministers are
trained. They operate Ryder hos hospital,
pital, hospital, which works with rural peo people
ple people and sends out clinic teams
and dentists, one of whom has
worked on the teeth of 90 patients
in a single day.
The Congregationalists maintain'
a school of practical nursing andl
soon will open a new clinic for
treatment of tropical diseases.
Puerto Ricans are taught cattle
raising and experimental farming
at the Yuquiyu Rural Life Com Community
munity Community run by the Congregation-,
alists in cooperation with the gov gov1
1 gov1 rnment.
The Metbodist church is one of,
the larRest of the Protestant bod bodLes
Les bodLes in Puerto Rico, with 9100 full
members, 5,000 preparatory mem members
bers members aod 15,000 children in church
schools.

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Scott's statement came as Gov,
G. Mennen Williams of Michigan
saw a dilemma for some liberal
Democrats next November if the
GOP comes up with Nixon NixonRockefeller
Rockefeller NixonRockefeller ticket and the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats nominate senate Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.).
Williams, a liberal and a long longshot
shot longshot presidential possibility, said
the nomination of Johnson, re regarded
garded regarded as a middle-of-the-roader,
would create a problem for Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic liberals. He .also said
Rockefeller would be harder for
the Democrats to beat than Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. Scott, in a filmed television in interview
terview interview (New York stations) with
Sen. Kenneth C. Keating (ft-N.Y.)
saw Nixon steamrolling the COP's
convention in Chicago next July.
He predicted the 46-year old
vice president would capture' the
top spot on the presidential ticket
on the first ballot, possibly by ac acclamation
clamation acclamation before the end of the
first roll call.
He described both Nixon and
Rockefeller as good candidat-s but
said "the political facts of life"
minted to the nomination of Nix Nixon.
on. Nixon. Asked for his guess about the
Democratic nominee, Scott said
it cciuld be Sen. Stuart Symington
(Mo.), John A. Kennedy (Mass.)
or possibly Johnson. He belitled
the chances of Sen. Hubert H.
flumohrey (Minn.).
Scott said the Senate was a
training ground for the 1960 cam camimign
imign camimign because many Democratic
:senators honed for the nresident nresidentiial
iial nresidentiial or vice-presidential nomination
ton their party.
1 He suggested that many attacks
Ion President Eisenhower's an anPointees
Pointees anPointees resulted from the fact
that presidential aspirants had
"nothing else to talk ahoutnn
record to point with pride to."
He said Congress had done little
so far this year because Demo Democrats
crats Democrats were trying to find a for formula
mula formula for making biliq "big
enough" to carry out "wild" 'cam 'campaign
paign 'campaign promises and "small
enough" to escape a presidential
veto.
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ST. JOHN'S, Nfld (UPI) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities kept a close watch yes yesterday
terday yesterday on an enormous iceberg
that already had severed one
Transatlantic cable and was
threatening three others.
Inshore winds could bring the
iceberg closer to the coast and
slash three more cables off St.
John's harbor.
Officials of the Commercial Ca Cables
bles Cables Co. said there was not much
they could do but hope the wind
would blow the berg off shore.
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all-male, all-white jury.
19-year-old Negro freshman
Judge W. May Walker. He
years to life.
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Of 10 white Tallahassee residents
stopped on the street by this cor correspondent
respondent correspondent yesterday, eight ap approved
proved approved the verdict. Two declined
to discuss it. Of the eight, three
said they thought one or two of the
boys should have got death.
The four, Willion Collingsworth,1
23; Patrick Scarborough, 20; Davi&
Beagles, 18, and 011ie Stoutamire,
16, were whisked off to the state
penitentiary at Raiford, Fla., di directly
rectly directly from the courthouse.
Theer was no sign of a demon demonstration
stration demonstration then. The crowd of more
than 100 persons waiting on the
sidewalk took the verdict in silence.
Most of them were white. A num number
ber number of Negroes grinned widely.
Penitentiary warden Dewitt Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair said the three younger boys
were put in a section with other
youths and Collingsworth in with
the men. Both Collinsworth, a tel telephone
ephone telephone linesman, the childish-looking
Stoutamire cried during the
testimony ht.'. all four took the ver verdict
dict verdict without showing emotion.
The Rev. A. J. Reddick, pastor
of the Bethel African Methodist
Episcopal Church and past Flori Florida
da Florida president of the NAACP, said
the jurige and prosecutor had con conducted
ducted conducted the case in an exemplary
manner.
"But Florida has maintained
its excellent record of not veering
from the precedent that no white
man has ever been executed for
the rape of a Negro. Had it been
the other way around, Negroes
would havi been given the death
penalty," he did.
White reaction in Tallahassee
was almost unanimous that justice
had been done and that the' South
demonstrated' it does not have "a
double standard of justice:"
Railroad Strike Oft
In Paris Avoiding
(lash With De Gaulle
PARIS, June 15 (UPI)
French labor unions today call called
ed called off a threatened general
strike set for tomorrow. on the
nation's huge railroad system.
thus avoldirw a showdown clash
with Gen. Charles de Gaulle's
government.
The unions agreed to with withdraw
draw withdraw the strike order following
a last-minute conference with
Public works minister Robert
1Buron.
Acting on behalf of the goy goyerrment,
errment, goyerrment, which owns the rail
network, Buron proposed to o oI
I oI pen a new round of wage talks
with the unions.
All major unions, including
, the communist-dominated Gen General
eral General Labor Confederation (CGT).
agreed to the truce offer and
!sued R back-to-work order.
1 More than 360.000 railroad
men planned to walk out at 4
a.m. (0300 GMT) tomorrow for
eight hours despite the govern government's
ment's government's older to. stay on their
jobs. The stay-put order was is issued
sued issued under emergency legisla legislation
tion legislation signed by Gen. De Gaulle
Saturday.

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ere some who felt the boy ;
have gotten the electrit
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ven times after wielding
and a- nine-inch switchgs
life.
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she thought the outcome,
At her home, her mothera
was nit feeling at all'w-01:
still very shaken by here
Ice -and her ordeal on till
'stand. Florida law prohihf,
identification of rape vie,
cutorWilliam HonldnS heti!
troom in utter silence withi
nopromising demand that!
treat the boys just like4
uld any others in 1 yane
:e did not demand the death,:
but told the jurymen thiF
iheir shoulders.
ntinued: "Law enfortfenientt
be consistent if it is gOillt
iccessful. ,Suppose thit hut.
7S. Beagles' daughter? Supt
)se four had taken- her'
t, by force, taken her tcelt:
I place and whether' getting(
or not had intercourst
rnes in succession while she
the ground? ,40
ose they put her 'out hys-A
md.,-collapsing."
ury. foreman, A. IL Kingia
riorida farmer,said
no :time discussed the riP
e in realching its verdict,r
mid that had the girl beelt
or it)hylii6ill, hurt dUring
they ntild 00 'been in,
S inflict thelleath pensiltyl
; since she WaS Tint,thair
Wal AO leave the puniSh.:
to the Judge.
meman t said, he thought
nigh, who carried the shot shot1
1 shot1 Beagles, who 'wielded the
hould be punished accort,
wd of about 200 persons
ting ()Inside the Leon Coun,
house when the verdict- was
ed, and the white and
tators' seats in the court"
ere filled. There were lie
rations whatsoever.
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Presented
The first of a series of stereo stereophonic
phonic stereophonic concerts will be held
Thursday night in the modern
"'Latin Quarter" salon of the
National Electric Center On NA.
,
tionak Avenue.
The, concert will fea.ture
latest stereophonic music and
will be accompanied by a dist
play of stereo equinment.
Although admission to the
concert is free. owing to the
limited capacity of the salgit.
persons interested in attending
should make their reservatidhe
by calling Panama 2-3914 before
Wednesday.
This will be the first such
concert to be held in Panama.
It is the brainchild of Dr. Wild
fred Engel. the Proprietor of
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