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

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

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Nearly a:fourth of the italian,Line pasengers stranded
here a week, have been transferred to available air and
ocean carriers, according to a statement by company of officials
ficials officials here.:-.72t:::;,-.-

Wale -no' TP,
Two IO000Iori liners, theMarco Poloifid Antoniotto
. ,
Cristobal kast vvaek Jn,Synipathy with
in itallatOntritime' strike that hat tied up all Italian ships
, In borne ports and nearly 50 vessels scattered throughout
tho- world.

The idled vessels here carried
,,,e4total of 430, passengers in first,
, second and third class. Both make
regular runs between Southern I Italy.'
taly.' Italy.' and Santiago, Chile, with
stops at intermediate ports, and
met in the Canal Zone while tra traveling
veling traveling in opposite directions.
Italian tine officials have been
making every effort to arrange
satisfactory alternate passage for
fretful passengers, but it is no
easy matter, they said.
Although nearly 30 ships a day
transit .the Canal, most of these
are cargo, vessels and carry at 1
rcost passengert.! Many of the
regular scheduled passenger lin
ers which' pass here make for
English or North European ports.
And to this must two added
the lact that tho intornationai
tiurist season is now In. full
swing, time when omergon
cy ,shortinotico'3sitiOngi aro: a--
bout as,,common-ii-snoviballs7
in the- Darien.
,
Only sour note' bt the proceed proceeding
ing proceeding hereotecurred,,,:when a group
of the striacittrpassengers pro--
tested te. the Italian :Amassador.
kffPanainaltIlle4alleged, failure
Lint pre-,
&NA c
de prtttg.nt...;ZJA steit coincide
bons.
Offiiiele said' 'They sire doing
everything possible ,,te 'comply,
with passengers requests.
Crews of the strikebound liners
continue to provide necessary
passenger services tind ship's
maintainance, but unofficial sourc sources
es sources estimate the enforced' lay-up
here is cestinvthe, firm 356,000
daily, not counting, revenues: lost
through cancellations.
Dispatches in the New York
Times report the crack Italian
liner Giulio Cesare still at its
dock 7 days after a scheduled de departure
parture departure for southern European
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Castro -Broadens
Support With3
Police Appointments
HAVANA, '16 (UPI)
Premier Fidel Castro has ab abpointed
pointed abpointed three rebel leaders to
key police jobs aPparently in a
move to broaden Lis govern government
ment government in the face LA a rePorted
invasion threat. ,
There was n,o official infor,
'nation of the appointments
but they coincided with' an or order
der order to the air force to patrol
the north coast of Camaguey
PrOVinee where an, anti-Castro
expedition was reported pre prebaring
baring prebaring to land;
The new appointee& are:
Maj. Rolando Cubelas, of
the student-supported "Revolu-,
tionary Directorate," as Under-,
secretary of interior. the de,
partment which controls tne
national police.
Erundino Villega, of ousted
ex-president Carlos Frio's "Au "Autentico"
tentico" "Autentico" organization. as chief
of the secret police.
--Maj. IATIlliam ',Morgan, an
Ohio expatriate telonging ta
the "Nati0119.1 EscaMbray Front,'
as chief of Cuba's' new mounted
policea force which Castro
hopes to organize alonk the
lines of the famous Canadian
organization.
The groups to which all three
men belong collaborated with
Crlitrei is ousting ex-president
Fillilenet0 Batista, but until now
imPOitant jObs, had, been re reserved
served reserved for the premier's Own
"July 20", rebels.

At the sante time, it Was re
ported that Maj. Manuel Pinet Pinetro.
ro. Pinetro. former military commander
in perennially nebellious Orinn Orinnte
te Orinnte Province, has been transfer.
red tc; Havana,. t'Mal''Calizto
Garcia, chief oU the Matanzas
garrison ,succeeds Pineiro in
the provincial command.
Mal. Hubert Matos. military
commander in Camaguey, re reported
ported reported the arrest of 40 members
of a "conspiracy" led by Domi Dominican
nican Dominican consular inspector Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel A. Peres Sosa

ports. Nearly 1000 passengers are
aboard, but the crew has refused
to feed them or to provide house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping services. Only emergency
ship's requirements are being
maintained.
Passengers aboard the Cesare
are bong given daily cash al.
lowances for meals ashore.
First class passengers get $12
and third class $5 each, day, but
complain cabfares to and from
adoquate restaurants take most
of the allowance. There are al.
most no restaurants near New
York Dock areas.
The -Times also reported specu speculation
lation speculation the strike 'may be linked
with an all-out drive by the pow powerful
erful powerful International Transport TransportWorkers
Workers TransportWorkers Federation agabist flagof-convenience
lines, mostly regis registered
tered registered in Panama, Liberia And
long sought to organize convenience-flag
crews; whose pay
scales are far above world aver averAgeS
AgeS averAgeS outside,the United States.
The Italian strike was called on
June 8 to enforce demands for a
30 percent increase in crew wages.

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Eight of 15 Cubans being held
,at the Colon jail 'Staged a riot
this morning which put three
of them in the Amador Guer Guerrero
rero Guerrero Hospital viith severe con contusions.
tusions. contusions. Se Veral guards were re reportedly
portedly reportedly injured also.
The Cubans jumped on a
guardsman,- who was guat-ding
them while they were being al allowed
lowed allowed to sun themselves on the
jailtop roof. when he refused to
let them go back to their cells
earlier than he hEtd been in instructed
structed instructed to.
Four Panamanian prisoners
who were on the rooftop at the
time went to the guard's aid
with chairs and sticks until a
group of eight club-weilding
guardsmen arrived. However, it
took several minutes to' subdue
the kicking, biting and scuf scuffling
fling scuffling Cubans.
The gr0up of Cubans being
held in Colon were reported last
week by Colon National Guard
District Chief Maj. Pastor Ra Ramos
mos Ramos to be fighting among them themselves
selves themselves and to appear nervous
and restless over their incar incarceration.
ceration. incarceration.

"Let the pe ople know the truth and' the eountry is sole" Abraham Lincoln

New US Law
Compensates
CZ. Mother

WASHINGTON, D.C. June 16
(Special) With the signature
of President Dwight D. Esen Esenhower,
hower, Esenhower, a private bill introduced
in the Congress by Sen. John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Butler (R-Md.) has become
law, and will result in the pay payment
ment payment of $10,000 to Mrs. Lenora
Bent of Camp Bierd.
Mrs. Bent will receive the mon money
ey money from the United States govern.
ment as compensation 'for the
death of her son Verentes, who
was killed on the afternoon of Ju July
ly July 27, 1946 on the Boyd-Roosevelt
Highway at the intersection of
Fort Gulick Road, when a Navy
ambulance collided with a public
bus in which Bent was riding.
- Passage of the Congressional
Bill S.947climaxes a 13-yearlong
tragedy of errors which be began
gan began when Mrs. Bent went to the
Coco Solo Navy base shortly aft after
er after her son's death to submit a
claim for $15,000 compensation
and, inadvertently, was given the
,wrong forms to execute.
The mistake discovered, she
was subsequently furnished with
correct forms but here again,
'chance intervened: Apparently the
second set of forms was lot, as
the Navy has no record of ever
having received them.
In the resulting confusion, the
one year statute of limitations im imposed
posed imposed -in cases of this kinC ran
out, ond Mro, Bent was barred
114W-further t-eleirtkAttinfie-4in'ia
the.larktf tier soll'S. threir
drenindiatia, and
winhas fallen on her after his
death, she was forced to seek em employ
ploy employ ment as a donlestic worker,
and has worked in this capacity
the major Part of the past 13
years. She is now 73 years yearsold.
old. yearsold. Total compensation which she
received from the estate of her
son --- who was employed in
the drydock section of the Pane Panema
ma Panema Canal amounted to 26.80.
This settlement was handled by
the Public Administrator at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
Advised that her only hope of
obtaining further compensation lay
in passage of a private bill by
the Congress of the United
States, the sole authority in re redressing
dressing redressing injuries of this sort caus caused
ed caused by United States' employes,
Mrs. Bent was aided by friends
in contacting Attorneys Saul Sper Sperling
ling Sperling and Sidney H. Willner of
New York, and Attorney John N.
Lyle of Washington, D.C., who
have since represented her.
In 1956, a bill was introduced
into the Congress by Rep. De DeWitt
Witt DeWitt Hyde (R-Md.). The bill pass passed
ed passed the House of Representatives
but was not acted upon by the
Senate, end died at the end of
the session.

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MST TICKETCanal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter buys the first
ticket to the Part-AineriCittl Festival planned by the permanent
Carnival Junta of Panama for July 3 at the Union Club as the
first 'activity In preparation for the 1960 carnival. Potter is
shown 'here with Germinal Sarasqueta, chairman of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Junta, who was accompanied during his visit to the Gov Governor
ernor Governor by Victor Herr, chairman of the Vanal Zone Carnival
Committee.

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PANAMA, R. P.. TUESDAY, JUNI 16, 1959

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GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI) A
district judge put off for a week
last night a decisison on the plea
of Gov. Earl Long of Louisiana
to order him released from a
Texas znental hospital.
District Judge L. D. Godard
announced at the end of a day daylong
long daylong hearing, which Long had
interrupted with remarks of
"horse doctor's about a cousin
and protestations 'about refer references
ences references to his sanity, that be will
rule at 9 a.m. next Monday.
At the same time, he an announced
nounced announced that he has consulted
with Probate Judge Hugh Gib Gibson
son Gibson and that Gibson postponed
a hearing that was due to start
in his court Tuesday on Long's
sanity.

He said Judge Gibson's hear hearing
ing hearing will be reset after he an announces
nounces announces next Monday whether
he will grant Long's appeal for
a writ of habeas corpus to get
him out Of the psychiatric ward
at John Sealy Hospital.
If Godard grants the writ
there will be, of course,. no
need for a hearing in Texas on
Long's sanity.
Long was led out and put in into
to into an automobile to be taken
back to the hospital.
As it pulled away from the
curb, he waved to reporters
and yelled: "I'm still in jail,
boys. I'm still In jail."
ITS; Sen. Russell Long ID IDLa),
La), IDLa), the governor's nephew,
asked Judge Godard to let him
make a statement. Godard "re "respectfully"
spectfully" "respectfully" denied the request.
Long contended that he was
in the psychiatric ward at John
Sealy Hospital illegally because
he was shet full of sedative in
Lotistana, lashed to a stretcher
and put in the hospital against
his will.
Mrs, Long wants her 63-yearold
husband to stay in the hos hospital
pital hospital and the hearing which
had been, sche duled before
Judge Gibson today would have
determined wbother he could, be
committed 90 der.
Long was put into the hos hospital
pital hospital May 30. Judge Gibson a agreed
greed agreed to a 14-day c6mmitMent
at the request of Mrs. Long and
the governor's cousin, Dr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Long, whom the governor
referred to twits(' yesterday as
a "horse doctor."
Judge Godard ruler! that Mrs.
Long was not a party to the
hearing and that two lawyers
she had hired to oppose her
husband's attempt to get out
could not question witnesses.
They eaneclaily wanted to
question Long, who "reluc

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tantly" agreed not to testify.
In summing up Long's case,
Adrian ,Levy Sr., Long's court courtappointed
appointed courtappointed lawyer, said the only
question Godard needs to deter determine
mine determine igt
"Wag Governor Long illegally
brought here and held improp improperly
erly improperly under lock and key since
he has been here? There is no
evidence before you. that Gov Governor
ernor Governor Long is or was insane."
Sunday Long embellished his
charges in a rambling inter interview
view interview hy telephone with Charley
Ray, news editor of KTBS-TV
in Shreveport, La.
Long' charged in the taped
interview that his wife and
political associates, includ including
ing including Sen. Russell Long, .con .conspired
spired .conspired to :et him out of
Louisiana to further their
own political ambitions.
Sen. Long replied in Wash Washingtowthat
ingtowthat Washingtowthat "the governor is not
responsible for that statement
or any one of a large number
of others he can be expected to
make in the next few days. The
governor is a sick man."
Theodore Stubbs. one of thr
lawyers Mrs. Blanche Long has
retained to help her hold Long
in the hospital said "Mrs. Low-,
tells me there is absolutely
nothing to the statement and
that her only purpose is in

Allempl To Reopen
Oakes Case Sparks
ntire On Newsman
511
NASSAU, BAHAMAS (UPI)
Three shots were fired into the
office of a newspaperman who
has sought to reopen the 17-
year-old unsolved murder of Sir
Harry Oakes, police reported to today.
day. today. Police said the shots were fired
at 11:20 p.m. Saturday through
a ground floor window of the
Nassau Herald plant. The lights
were-,out and nobody was in that
sectiOn of the building.
Cyril Stevenson, publisher of
the weekly newspaper, told police
he had gone to bed upstairs about
a half hour before.
Stevenson has sought to get 'the
government to reopen the inves investigation
tigation investigation into the death of million millionaire
aire millionaire Oakes who was found blud bludgeoned
geoned bludgeoned in a partially burned bed
in 1043. Ile receptiv 4old the lower
house of the ah, he could
name the murdert

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a patro wagon lit tront:ota New Yorkmolice otation yesterday. The girl and two'boys were ar arrested
rested arrested in tonriection'with the slaying a rival gang member Sunday. (UPI Radiophoto)

Texas Judge Delays' Decision To Release Long

From Mental Hospital; Sanity Hearing Put Off

helping restore her husband to
his normal health."
Long charges in the inter interview
view interview that "1 was captivated
Thursday night but 1 didn't
realize it until Friday morn morning.
ing. morning. They brought two bone
crushers, one weighed .PI) and
one 180. We had 11 fights
Thursday night and Friday."
The governor went on in
sometimes reDeated phrases to
say that "30 people" put him
on the airplane and told him
they were going to take him to
a clinic in New Orleans but
flew him to Galveston instead.
He claimed somebody put un
$250000 to have him kidnaped.

Mrs. Go Ida Meir Due Tonight
For 1-Day Visit To Isthmus

o
One of the world's outstand-1
ing women diplomats, Mrs.
da Metr, Israeli foreign minis minister,
ter, minister, will arrive at Tocumen Air Airport
port Airport at 9:45 tonight for a brief
stay in Panama City. She is
traveling here from Mexico for
her first visit to the Isthmus.

Although her visit is unoffi unofficial,
cial, unofficial, Mrs. Meir will call on Pan

Second Vagrancy
Conviclion Sends
Youth To Pokey

Raul Ortiz. an 18 year old
Panamanian youth who svas ar arrested
rested arrested for vagranc, on S.
convicted and given a 5-day
suspended Jail sentence, return returned
ed returned to Balboa Magistrate's Court
today to face the same charge.
On his first appearance since
he had not been in trouble be before,
fore, before, Ortizfs sentence was sus sus43nded
43nded sus43nded in favor of one year's
probation..
Sunday night the youth wati
found &Sleep by the sanitation
office building, Ancon.
Upon conviction for vattrancv.
the court revoked his prior
probation, ordering him to serve
the five dyas, and also sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced him to 10 days In 19,11 for
the later offense.

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GENEVA, June 16 (UPI) Soviet Foreign Mimiter:
Andrei;Gromyko paid a surprise call on Secretary:4:'
State Christian Herter today, setting off speculation that
he might be maksing a last minute move to end the dead deadlock
lock deadlock in the current Big Four conference.
Earlier, authoritative sources said he plans to turn
dowkany western move for a long recess in the talks, end
to press for an inimediate decision on a summit confer conference.
ence. conference. His asking for a meeting with Herter shortly before
a scheduled meeting betvteen the western powers to wrap
up the loose ends of the conference was thought signifi signifi,
, signifi, cant,
Gromyko drove up to Herter's villa at 3 pm for the,
meetitig which American sources said he had requested:
The Big Four sessions are in recess until tomorrow.

By seeking to extend the
deadlocked conference it ap appeara..Ciloraykn
peara..Ciloraykn appeara..Ciloraykn :ist411(hopes to
ttioi 'MUNI-andget lin un unconditional
conditional unconditional Summit conference
without paying for it with prog progress
ress progress at the Foreign Ministers
level.
Earlier in the day, the west western
ern western powers had begun writing
tne obituary notice for the Big
Four conference on Der lint,
They ,,prepred...rtnijr to
tee
43oVietthreat
'1,o the city undiminished attet
More than five weeks of' gruel gruelling
ling gruelling debate and negotiations.
' Gromyko had shown no sign
he was willing to withdraw the
demand that the allies get out
of Berlin within 12 months.
The West was ready to tkr tkrminate
minate tkrminate the dialogue of despair
after tomorrow's private session
with Gromyko unless a sudden
switch in his orders made it
possible for him to soften his
position.
British, French and American
representatives already' were at
work on a final declaration out outlining
lining outlining the position of, the west western
ern western powers on Berlin and un underlining
derlining underlining the concessions they
had made in an effort to win
an interim agreement with the
Scviet Union.
The declaration was designed
to wrap up the loose ends and
set down the Allied position for
the record -- whether the con conference
ference conference crashes in complete,
failure, is recessed or, by some
miracle, leads to a Summit
meeting.
Secretary of State Christian
A. Herter, British Foreign Sec-,

MRS. GOMA MEIR
ama's President Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., anti Poreign Min Minsitre
sitre Minsitre Miguel J. Moreno. Jr., to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning.
A private luncheon is plan planned
ned planned in her honor at noon. Mrs.
Meir, who will stay at El Pan Panama
ama Panama Hilton Hotel, will leave late
tOmorrow afternoon for Cara Caracas.
cas. Caracas. The distinguished visitor has
been an outstanding leader in
Israeli affairs since the tiny
country's independence was de declared.
clared. declared. Before Assuming her
present post, she served as Is
rael's ambassador to Moscow
and as Minister of Labor.

,
ret -,r Selwyn Lloyd and French
Foreign Minister Maurice COMA,
de' Murville were meeting:Mar
afternoon to approve the non-,:
ment. Their deputies began work
on it last night and continued
through the morning.
The western Big Three, as-,
sisted by West German Foreign
nister Heinrich von Brenta Brentano,
no, Brentano, also had to decide .juct how
to end the conference in,suoh
a wayi ea p1, mike' it Aleatothat
the A&arlicseli -was7ble -tfulttle,?'1
slash threats arid 'stubborness.

Explorer Who(foul
'While' RP Indians
Dies In England

The New York Times recently
reported the death in England of
a famed international explorer
who 'more than 35 years ago re
ported his find of a race of whits
aboriginal Indians in the Panama
interior.
Frederick A. Mitchell Hedges&
76, died on June 12 at his home,
Shalden, England. He was noted
as a discoverer of a lost Mayan
city in British Honduras, as well
as for hi's deep-sea fishing ',ex ',exploits.
ploits. ',exploits. Mitchell-Hedges actually encotin encotintered
tered encotintered the albinos of the Clina
dians, apparently mistaking 'thein
at first for an indigenous cultU141
al group. The albinos are found
mostly among the elm&
settlementt throughout the Sin
Bias Islands.

Navy Patrol Plane
Al lacked By MIG
Off North Korea

WASHINGTON, June 18 (UPI)
The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced today that a Navy pa
trol plane has reported it was
attacked by a jet fighter plane
over international waters 85
miles from North Korea.
The announcement, said the,
tail gunner of thl Navy plane
waa "seriously wounded." He
y,as the only casualty reported
by tile Defense Delprtment.
The announcement described
the attacking plane as MIG jet
aliTraft i;,ith red stars on th
fuselage aft of the cockpit.
It said they attacked the pa
trol plane without warning, fir..
Ing tracer ammunition.

Terminals Worker
Evicted At Bierd
For Commy Abuses

An employe of the Transports Transportslion
lion Transportslion and Terminals Bureau in
Cristobal has been evicted from
his quarters in Camp Bierd be.
cause of excessive purchase of du,
ty-free merchandise,n it was nos
nounced at Balboa Heights Twin ':,f
day.
By action of the Canal tone :it
Government, violations of this Imia, o,,,)o
ture may result in loss of Panama
Canal quarters privileges or other
disciplinary action, including hi
some cases, loss of job. When '14,',
such action is taken, purchase prl-t,',.' ;
vileges at the Panama Wink'
stores are automatically tantelIf
ed. '

if a "conspiracy1' led by Domi- mkt Junta, who was accompanied durmq nis, :mut to tne uov- 1
tican consular inspector Ma- ernor' by Victor Herr, chairman of the ,panal Zone Carnival
Duel A. Perei Sofia.
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could not question witnesses. in ,1043. tie re,ceptiv 'fIld the lower the five dytus.and also sentene- present post, she served as IS-Ivneges at toe rename uanat
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maintainance,
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through cance
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Times report
liner Giulio C
dock 7 days a
' parture for
Castro B
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Police
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pointed threl
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in his voice that k-nancellor Kol, ---ht ,a...
.Lettees are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential ilDtai,
rad Adenauer said that if i mus,
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neat day. Letten are published in the order received. the city's soviet sectOr. Uutside i
I, George V. whet) it comes teroyal ea, do.
i the Cnancellery in bonn, 1 asket, t once a
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a network ot spies, over a nun- .1.:I-3"1;Ftw::")000000hooNolo."..e"''- .1' 1 C1141141
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. ranks. i grinned my best cloak- er perfunctorily read a speech wing uniqn in England voted, last
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Sir: 41 ., his exit with mingled deeorum any other countr$ does ati orenot."
I went to Berlin. I ran into ma- ,' and boredom. '' '
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For the past week or so. I've been reading this mud slinging ny oilicials, including a special (r-
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fest that is aimed at the Panama Canal pilots. I'm wondering laoor aoviser to the i.J.S. Mission 1 r :, e.,,o.., 0 ., At that time his grandeughter Cousins' Transport Workers, al-
just how many of these big mouths know what they're talking there. His name was H e i n z 14. 1 ;----,,,;to I, f 1' -- Elizabeth was four years old, ready have done this but last week
about. ,. Bieloce. Brigot. Willing to help.
.14, .pit, playing around in pinafores ; and
never expecting that her unple, Sir Tom Williamson, conservative
and re!pectable- found his Natio.
Evidently anyone who makes more money -tharCanyone else And then noi too long ago I wisn- , ,- I. -- --os
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i Municii 1.10-.. ....---z-v A pal Worker', 775,000 members!
i nounce the British throne in Wei
ility or y;ars of low paid jobs to qualify 'themselves for this so and-dagger grin. ei t -''''''''''!''''''--"ItIF strong, going far to, the left of
called be, of roses. I wonder how many of you jealous indivi- Herr Bielcke was arrested. He 40-01 of an American divorcee, llins put- hm:ancgmlinal:::- othunr e,tunToot:ory,sitis..bon;
duals know that a pilot had to take his turn on deck scrubbing admitted spying lor the East Ger- p. D tote.....,17, !i
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of England. .,.. . bomb. .,
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0, .110 Last week Elizateth sat on the This, of course, is not the pod-
from five to seven days, and some don't always make It the first This invation of our "embassy" k '11.-TS' tion of Macmillan. However, at
time. in West Berlin is the arrogant
dr 'Aity same golden throne in the same
Westminster H,all, built by the son tea with Vice Presklest,Nixon 08
Yes, Panama Canal pilots make good money, but for those kind of espionagemultiplieu oy -ie of William the Conqueror in 1097, his visit to -Washington, Matmil Matmilthat
that Matmilthat -don't know any better, they are also some of the lowest the scores of thousands which ....i ..,
, 4.,:,,f,r ,4,1: '411------ where Chaticer once served as a Ian pointed out that three well wellpaid
paid wellpaid pilots in the world.---1 wonder how many of you big mouths Secretary of State Herter had in .1e, ,.,Z clerk and where Charles I was plated bombs' could demolish Eria
would care to board a vessel somewhere in the 30 to 40 thou- mind wnen he hurled his charges ,'f-"' 't 4 i condemned to death. A retinue of gland. He made it clear that he
sand-ton class and take complete responibilltv for It for the right back into the face of Com- 411 ''-',1 li is following the policy that nuclear
next 12 to 14 hours. I'd give a lot to watch the results if you rade Foreign Minister Gromyko vat& f" 1 k 4 ;k1
4 ..1004, .,, .' is:.. t I state trumpeters, guards, gentleman-at-arms
wearing long white war Is unthinkable.
etd. known to insiders as the most bit- --------N-..---414a, l- I d, plumes, and yeomen of the guard ,
I'm a Cristobal towboatman, and not too many years two I terly anti-American of all Soviet ---;----, Nee! dressed like the jack of hearts
think I had a fair chance of making the pilot force believe me. leaders.
aer,,:i NEA Ssettes, lac. carrying long spears preceded ..
I wouldn't. have the Job as a gift. The big money hasn't blinded Herr Bielcke worked alone. But
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Sir:
For the past week or so. I've been reading this mud slinging
fest that is aimed at the Panama Canal pilots. I'm wondering
just how many of these big mouths know what they're talking
about.
Evidently anyone who makes more money than'anyone else
, is over paid and, under worked. No mattet tarrinuch responsibil responsibilility
ility responsibilility or y.;ars of low paid jobs to qualify 'themselves for this so
called beu of roses. I wonder how many of you jealous indivi individuals
duals individuals know that a pilot had to take his turn on deck scrubbing
paint work and shining brass and other undignified duties just
to qualify for the necessary examination that takes anywhere
from five to seven days, and some don't always make it the first
time.
Yes, Panama Canal pilots make good money, but for those
that -don't know any better, they are also some of the lowest
paid pilots in the world.4 wonder how many of you big mouths
would care to board a vessel somewhere in the 30 to 40 thousand-ton
class and take complete responibility for it for the
next 12 to 14 hours. I'd give a lot to watch the results if you
45id.
, I'm a Cristobal towboatman, and not too many years ago I
think I had a fair chance of making the pilot force believe me.
I wouldn't. have the Job as a gift. The big money hasn't blinded
me to the fact that my health is more important to me than
all the money in the world.
In conclusion, I say, why don't you mud slingers be hatinv
1-th the job you have and let the Panama Canal pilots suffer
In peace.
L-Poor But HaDvY

BALLAD OF THE CUT
Sir:
The pilots are a sorry lot
They come from caves and ditches.
They slan the ships against the rocks.
They're blind-eyed guys paid .riches.
,
They stagger into the galley stoves
And lean agai t -I, the lunch.
Sweitzer cheese and crackers
My God! How those guys can munch.
It matters not if the ship is sunk
2-'hey only go home and gripe some more
While they sleep it off in the captain's bunk
About the swim from wreck toshore.
--
A
PORT FOR COLONOR SMALL INDUSTRIES?

Minister Jos D. Bazar' is a man I like and admire. While
:le was. Mayor of Colon, he exerted himself mightily to try to
verse the depressive trend created on the Gold Coast. Now that
.ie has the GOvernMent and Justice portfolio, he is working for
-the whole nation of Panama. Quite 'properly, he hasn't forgotten
11
,3.7, on. ,,. s f11' t te I
n But as a gringo who likes Coln 've been dis ur d tct see'
'the apparent support being given by the Minister and other' Cat'
ln politicidns to the suggestion that $12,000,000 be spent by the
t
''national government or somebody to create a Port of Co1n
'where big ships may tie up.
Newspapers last week report that David A. McCaffrey, rep rep'resenting
'resenting rep'resenting Raymond International Company, has told Bazn and
others his firm would be interested in bidding on the proposed
port development.
1:4,2yell II this $12,000,000 port project..beemes a reality, there
aijat be no dearth of international, Panamanian and Unita
. ,.. a MI. ,..4, mom v., r A n rilL

34,iebe no dearth of international, 0..A
iBta S construction firms wanting to hitt Celt. That) Aim repwri,
gents more than half of the total cost of the Balboa Bridge, even
including the extra cost created by the $1 minimum wage.
'' is also reported that a representative of the New York firm
of.,Soni, Watkins, Jason Co., consultants for the Colon Plan PlanCommision,
Commision, PlanCommision, went along when construction man McCaffrey
loOked over the site.
,,,,,It would be interesting to know on exactly what aspects of
41-Oroiect the:tonsulting firm is offering advice. It is weighing
Aliii:mpgineering' problems only, or is it supposed to make an
'analysis of the traffic potential?
; If this firm has been hired to assess the potential business
for the port, and if it makes a sound survey, it will find that the
likelihood of Panama or Colon getting back $12 million out of
such a venture is remote indeed.
Panama. is already about to have one deep-water Atlantic
Aide port at the oil refinery being built at Las Minas Bay (i& I
;pave the name right).
- It may be a great source of satisfaction to theColn people
, to have their own port, but it will do neither Bazin nor the coun country.
try. country. any good if the business cannot be found' to support it.
After all, Panama has the use right pow, at Cristbal, a fine
deep water port. Charges for receivingand forwarding freight
May not always be agreeable, but I arri told they are lOWer than
ZnOst ports in this area, and that Seilliee fat 'more efficient.
7,7It, matters not to me, an American, Lf the Canal loses the
wharf business. But PantIMA, should ask herself if she can handle
freight more cheaply or better than the Canal does, and if she
will pay her stevedores as much, or more?
Minister Bazin on his return from the Guatemala confer conferente
ente conferente also said the Ministers discussed setting up small industries.
..pow there he has something.
;4, Japend $12 million in Coln to set up carefully chosen small
Industries and you have something that will create wealth, some something
thing something by which people can work and earn wages and buy their
needs.
A port, in itself creates no wealth. It has to attract it. Be Belore
lore Belore Sr. Bazin goes too far with this port project, he'd best look
L'Anto the where And why of how much commerce the port could
'''draw.

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Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL ; ta 41
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It was with a gentle touch ti
his hana area a more gentle tont
in his voice tnat Lnanceiior Kw, ...-31...t
rad Adenauer said that if I mus,
go to Berlin, I must not go in,t, 1
,
me city's soviet sector. Uutside i -F-77.......
tne Lnancenery in Bonn, I asket,
.44.1r..1.).1111
a high Mimi wny the warning?
'Ine aloe brusaea my query A Aside
side Aside with something aoout spies,
a network ot spies, over a nun nunarea
area nunarea thousand spies, rignt in our
h.g cities back nome and certain certainly
ly certainly in west tiermany and roost
certainly inside our own official
ranks. i grinned my best cloak cloaky
y cloaky and dagger grin.
I went to Berlin. I ran into ma many
ny many oiticials, including a special
laoor aaviser to the U.S. Mission 1 4,'''
there. His name was ki e i n z
Bielcke. Brignt. Willing to help.
And then no, too long Ago 1 wisn- i
ed I could ouy back that cloakand-dagger
grin. r
Herr iiieicke was arrested. He
admitted spying lor the East Ger- a. D
man espionage and sabotage ap ap"AO
"AO ap"AO parat.
........ Is 4
This invation of our "embassy"
in West Berlin is the arrogant
kind of espionagemultipitea ey
the scores of thousands which
Secretary of State Herter had in
mind wnen he hurled his charges 4-..'
right back into the lace of Com Comrade
rade Comrade Foreign Minister Gromyko "AO
known to insiders as the most bit-
terly anti-American of all Soviet
leaders.
Herr Bielcke worked alone. But
he was not characteristic of the
size of the Soviet operations. Aft After
er After his arrest, for example, West-
1 ern counter intelligence agents' a ter 111)
picked up one group of 40 East'
Germans who were spying on us
, and our friends. These 40 agerrts
I were part of something called the;
litstitute for Research in Econo-
mic SciencesInstitute Fur Wirts- BROADWAY
chaftswissenschaftlich Forshung. i
I give you the title because'
some of our people are going big' Celebs About Town: If. S. Sen Senator
ator Senator Green of Rhode Island (old (oldnow
now (oldnow for cultural exchange an 'est member of the Senate) Watch Watchjust
just Watchjust love those new Communist 1 ing The Girls Go By in the Latin
research institutions. Well, t h i 1 Quarter show as he celebrates
Mk' was just the front for a spe-,his 91st birthday with friends. .
cial Russian-German department iCyd Charisse and her ever-lovin'
"for the preparation and execu- Tony Martin giving a lesson to
tion of the abduction of persons.. other Danny's Hideaway celebri celebriI
I celebriI quote those words because ties on how to stay happy togeth togeththey
they togeththey were uttered recently by a er. .Carol Channing's pink-andwhite
raincoat and bonnet at Ma Maman
man Maman who should know. He came
dison and 68th. .Teresa Wright,
out of what was once Dept. 19 of looking off'ly kissable as she
the German Democratic Republic's waits for the lights at Madison
Ministry of Defense. He is Sieg Siegand
and Siegand 49th. .The Wiliam Hoidens
fried Dombrowski. Before he quit
of Hollywood table-for-twooing at
the Russians some months ago,
the Eden Roc. Jennifer Jones,
he was Deputy Director of the of Hollywood's royalty (with a
military espionage service in East
diamond tiara), weeping at "Our
Germany.
Town". .Gypsy Rose Lee, the
Ex Lt. Col. Dombroski, told
author, lugging rocks for her E.
some colleagues of mine in West
63rd Street rock-garden, .Gin .GinGermany
Germany .GinGermany thatDept. 14 had -beand
Her l'isure----the
tome the Dep4,-,fop'Coordinatien ieF rt,6PrIf
liiirfhe giiiii-in tiii 6ra ads'edish
(VFW). My interest in Dombrow- K
sid was prompted by mcrre than they had.
an amateur's fascination with ---
invisible ink and some such thing Sallies In Our Alley: The tur turas
as turas his Special Dept. D. of the rent chuckle along Television
VFK a department, for ex- Row deals with the two ad agcn agcnpassports,
passports, agcnpassports, entrance and exit per- cy execs, who met on Madison
mits and other identification do- Avenue. .., ."Did you hear about
cuments needed to infiltrate oth- Joe Blow." said one. "lie drop droper
er droper countries and special organi- ped dead". ."Dropped deatil,
zations. My interest was in the exclaimed the other. "What did
industrial sabotage and espionage he have?. ."Ipana Lever Bros.
activities of the UK. and Oldsmobile' '. .0verheard
Dombrowski revealed that "the at tRhe Tender Trap about Mick Mickcenter
center Mickcenter of one of the largest sys- ey ooney: "One thing yoti gotta
terns of espionap, in the world say about Mickey. Whenever you
certainly the 13rgest in Europe see him out with another wife-has
its seat in the Soviet center it's him,'
of Berlin. I

vti ninny.
Ex Lt. Col. Dombroski, told
some colleagues of mine in West
Germany that Dept. 1.9 had -become
the ep4rnfopCoordination
(VFK). My interest in Dombrow Dombrow5Id
5Id Dombrow5Id was prompted by mcrre than
an amateur's fascination with
invisible ink and some such thing
as his Special Dept. D. of the
VFK a department, for ex expassports,
passports, expassports, entrance and exit per permits
mits permits and other identiiication do documerits
cumerits documerits needed to infiltrate oth other
er other countries and special organi organizations.
zations. organizations. My interest was in the
industrial sabotage and espionage
activities of the UK.
Dombrowski revealed that "the
center of one of the largest sys systems
tems systems of espionage, in the world
certainly the largest in Europe
has its seat in the Soviet center
of Berlin.
His was a detailed report be-,
beinning, "The scope of this 'O 'Operation
peration 'Operation West,' directed trom
East Berlin, seems inconceivable
to the outsider and is truly gigan gigantic
tic gigantic in its dimensions and brutal-,
ity." He also talked of the use
of trade fairs for espionage and
recruitment of spies.
"Of particular interest to the
VFK is the recruitment of per persons
sons persons who have access to infor information
mation information concerning industrial de developments
velopments developments in important industries
(in the West),especially informa informations
tions informations on weapons and chemical
industrial deVelopment," he said.
The Russians are running such
fairs the world over including
the one in the New York Colos Colosseum
seum Colosseum next onth. An American
fair is opening in Moscow in late
July.
We now have U.S. Secretary
Herter's word on the extent of
the Soviet espionage apparatn. We
have the word of one of its for former
mer former directors, Siegfried Dombrow Dombrowski,
ski, Dombrowski, that such fairs are used a
gainst us. The participants be beware.
ware. beware. It's all written in the re reports
ports reports and background of the ma material
terial material supplied to Mr. Herter.
Dombroski says that East Ger Germany's
many's Germany's three spy networks have
over 60,000 ageents many of
them industrial spies, many of
them killers, all of them dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to the destmction of the U. S.
and our frientls. If we know all
this whv do we polka with them
at all those business fairs. dan dansants
sants dansants and cultural coffee klatch klatches?
es? klatches? This is co-existence?

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Tony Martin giving a lesson to
other Danny's Hideaway celebri celebrities
ties celebrities on how to stay happy togeth together.
er. together. .Carol Channing's pink-andwhite
raincoat and bonnet at Ma Madison
dison Madison and 68th. .Teresa Wright,
looking offly kissable as she
waits for the lights at Madison
and 49th. .The Wiliam Hoidens
of Hollywood table-for-twooing at.
the Eden Roc. Jennifer Jones,
of Hollywood's royalty (with a
diamond tiara), weeping at "Our
Town". .Gypsy Rose Lee, the
author, lugging rocks for her E.
63rd Street rock-garden. .Gin .Ginger
ger .Ginger Ringers' and ,Her fizure-i-the
INS' The' gals-in the hie 'acli-Wih
they had.
Sallies In Our Alley: Me cur current
rent current chuckle along Television
Row deals with the two ad agcn agcncy
cy agcncy execs, who met on Madison
Avenue. ."Did you hear about
Joe Blow?" said one. "lie chop chopped
ped chopped dead". ."Dropped deadr1
exclaimed the other. "What did
he have?. ."Ipana Lever liros.
and Oldsmobile!". .0verheard
at the Tender Trap about Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Rooney: "One thing yoti gotta
say about Mickey. Whenever you
see him out with another wile
it's his!"
..'.'
Resort Ramblings: "Loos At
the broads here, will ya? What
is it, a Dracula Convention?".
.."Everybody out for calisthenic',
my foot". ."The athletic direc director
tor director has some physique but what
an idiot". ."I don't generally go
in for Summer romances but
you're so nice". ."Hey Moishe!
Lets head for the table with the
two zombies in the short-shorts"
."You dope. Never go out on
a hayride unless you're wearing
dungarees!". ."Izzatso? Well,
lemme tell you something. You
looked better in a battling suit
ten'years ago, y'self!" "Ices,
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he's in show business. He works
in the CBS mailroom.'
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Memos of a Midnighter: Life
mag and Detroit labor attorney
Wm. Bala lino are going to court.
He seeks PA 'million allegins li libel
bel libel because the weekly "unjust "unjustly
ly "unjustly linked' him to The Mob. .In .Insiders
siders .Insiders are enjoying the clever
manner in which Bob Neal is
playing his part opposite Debbie
Reynolds. They say he's doing a
great cover-up job for her real
love, a coaster. .British starlet
Barbara Steele did the boO-hooboo
bit (at London Airport) when
Cary Grant took off for hbme.
Mrs. Eric Guerin, estranged mate
of the star jockey, is being ezi ezisoled
soled ezisoled by another jockey ace, -Manuel
Ycaza. Actress Susan Ca Cabot
bot Cabot and socialite Ludlow Stevens
wouldn't amaze their chums if
they eloped. .Latin Q. show-gel
Phyllis Sands must 'appear" be befort
fort befort It jdgellt Queeris for Att.
legedly looking like Eve (in a bi bikini)
kini) bikini) at Rockaway Beaeh. .The
Alfred Vanderbilts are expecting
again. She's the former Jean
Harvey. .He len Digby of the
Broadway girl-shows weds Capt.
Lee Mobley of the Air Force at
Purchase, New York on the 13th.
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Manhattan Murals: The "now "nower
er "nower Drum Song" and "S uzie
Wong" all-girl softball teams in
the park near 63rd. Better than
The Big League games, some sometimes.
times. sometimes. Ile chauffeur of the

Bentley' parked in front -of the i
swank Hotel Drake. He wens a
monocle! Plus black satin ribbon.'
Very funny. .The strange MenFrom-Mars
appearance of the Evo
heavily booted crew who mani- writte
cure the 5th Avenue and Ito,Ac the
feller Plaza pavements ever y Thing!
midnight. .The amusing placard New
at the tiny Penguin on W. 9t: "E- a prt
ven our Chefs Eat Here!". .The shows
plaque on 7 West 46th: "Diamond him.
Jim Brady Lived Here". Sign gel pi
on a truck's rear: "This Truck per.
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neys Rooneys new bride, Barbara Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, is the voice of the frog in
the Tom Puss cartoon flickers.
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New York
ner (replacing Barrie Chase on
his next TV show) is Carol Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, 19,. who hoofed in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway shows less than a year ago
under the name of Nab ler. .Dee .Deeca's
ca's .Deeca's new recording artist, John Johnny
ny Johnny Bragg, is a parolee with a
bright future. Decca is not trying
to hide his past. They feel lie is
a good example of rehabilitation.
.Ben Gazzara, thef say, has the
best chatice for the lead opposite
Marilyn Monroe in her next mo movie,
vie, movie, "The Misfit," auth'd by her
husband. .The film "John Paul
Jones" cost $4,500,000. One item
eost $400,000--the frigates in the
famed sea battle. Most expensive
props ever used on the screen.
.Maestro Lester Lanin has the
Ford family parties sewed up.
He batns Charlotte Fords de debut
but debut on the 19th and Benson
Ford's birthday poddy July.
Oscar-winning Burl Ives yells for
his.,Juk4u-litw ellen 'he gets ,the
anitgoatShis athDitt,CoP,i,
one of L.I.'s pioneer medics.
The Orchid Garden: Guy Lom Lombardo's
bardo's Lombardo's new album, "LombArdo
Goes Latin". ."Hula 'rime In
Manhattan" at the Hawaiian
Room Viennese Lantern. .May .Maynard
nard .Maynard Ferguson's jazz crew at
Birdland. .The McGuire Sistera
latest recordings, "S ummer
Dreams". .The zany McCutch McCutcheon
eon McCutcheon 3 at Andre's Great Neck.
Felicia Sanders' torchants at Bon
Evolution on Broadway: Letters
written home Before and After
the B t; Break: "Dear Mom:
Things are going great for me in
New York. Met David Merrick;
a producer of many big hit
shows. Invited me to sing for
him. The owners of the Blue An Angel
gel Angel promised a few weeks at $200
per. Many unknowns got their
big breaks appearing there. Met
a nice press agent who promised
to help get my name in print.
Said I sould pay him when I be.
came a star. Met Walter W n.
chell. He jotted down my name.
Imagine my name in his column
back home in Glen Falls? An e.
ditor from Life (I met at a par.
ty) told me- to be at the Absinthe
House where he is going to shoot
pictures of theater folk. M in
Life! I hate to bother you, Mom,
but until I get going could you
spare another,hundred? Love."
Same Girl After She Made It:
"Dear Mother: Enclosed find
check for usual amount. Sorry, I
just can't spare the extra 100
you asked for. I have expenses,
too, you know. After they deduct
the taxes you'd be surprised how
little is left. Things are so dull.
All I do is work, work, work. No
time for fun. It's not easy foe a
Star. How do you like the way
that Merrick guy gets one hit aft.
er the other. He's a lawyer!
What can, a JaVer know about
show buainess?,,The Blue Angel
owner asked .me to double at his
place after my show. I nid or.
ry, have to relax once in a
while, Winchell stopped at my
tableIn Sardl's to ask whIt's
new? gave, him the brush, tin
ed of having ,my privacy invad
e. Remember, that publicity man
I mentloned nHe's suing me for
money he claims I owe him. The
Mar We called., Wants me for
pictures at,10 In the morning.
said make lt irgn st night and
you've, goCa',deal,,,,ha, ha. These
New.-Torkeri sure take t h m mselves
selves mselves seriously., ,Who needs
themt"
.
Soundein-theNight: At L'Ar
berg de France; "As boring as r
French svoman's definition C.
love". Litt J. Moriarty'v
"Put on the tights. I wenn& icor:.
how to shave", .At Emil:
Shaws Inn: "Ever notice ho
bartenders ritz drunks who molt
00,000 a year?". .At Earn.
bra: "I eatt't wait t,o bear all the
dirtailsi"

LON'DON Maybe it'a
verve of the younger generation.
mayoe the eaarm at AU sex.
but, whatever the -.reason, Queen
Elizabeth of England bas 'it.' ad
over her late grandfather,-King
George V. when it comes teroyal
deportment -before large crowds.
1 w4ched the Queen the other
day unZer circumstances almost
identical with those when her ro royal
yal royal grandfather opened 'the. Lon London
don London naval conference in 1930. King
George was then about 60 and bau
had plenty of experience! et these
kind of functions. He sat on' hid
throne, short, stolid, sedate, rath rather
er rather perfunctorily read a speech
handed him by his aide, and made
his exit with mingled .deeorum
and boredom.
,
At that time his grandaughter
Elizabeth was four years old,
playing around in pinafores and
never expecting that ber unple.
the Duke of Windsor, would re renounce
nounce renounce the British throne in favoi
of an American divorcee, thus put putting
ting putting her in, line to become Queen
of England.
Last week Elizateth sat on the
same golden throne in the hame
Westminster Hall, built by the son
of William the Conqueror in 1097,
where Chauber once served as a
clerk and where Charles I was
condemned to death. A retinue of
state trumpeters, guards, gentleman-at-arms
wearing long white
plumes, and yeomen of the guard
dressed like the jack of hearts
carrying long spears preceded
her.

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SINCERE SPEECH
There was a blare of trumpets
as Elizabeth entered and she stood
for a mome"t receiving her ea eabinet
binet eabinet and distinguished guests.
Congressman Wayne Hays of
Ohio, looking a bit uncomfortable
in a new cutaway coat, bowed.
Long, angular Estes Kefauver,
Senator from Tennessee and also
in a morning coat. bobbed his
head. The Queen did not know
that his father-in-law had design designed
ed designed the Britith HoOd and
the ocean liner Queen Elizabeth,
named for her mother, and he
didn't delay the proceedings to
tell her.
The Queen read her speech like
her grandfather. It was handed
her by an aide but obviously she
had rehearsed it for, unlike het
grandfather, 'she 'read it with' Sin,.
eerity and feeling and unlike her
father, George VI, who stuttered,
she was not nervous when she
said:
"These old walls have witnes
sed unusual events in our history.
There is unmistakable longing
among peageqloyMgpeople for a
happier internat4onar atmosphere.
but there is titi simple guide to
point the way. ,There are, how however,
ever, however, two things which unite us
respect for the freedom of the in individual,
dividual, individual, and simple faith in God.
These two princinies show very
clearly that the things that divide
us are verv small compared
with those Wet .,unite 'us."
Thp nervous' little girl wilom
President Truman called a fairy
nriocess when Ole tame to the
United States the first time bad
orown into a nature woman of con confidence,
fidence, confidence, beauty and charm.
ODDS REVERSED
One year ago London book bookmaker
maker bookmaker were giving odd that
Hugh Gaitskell, head of the Labor
Partv, would be Prime Minister
of England by 1460. Today the
o(irls pro reversed.
President Eisenhower once a
confided he wolo,1 rather sit n
opposite Nikita KhrushcheY at a
summit conference than sit down
onposite Aneuran Bevan. T,abor
Foreign Minister of England. it
now looks PS if he won't hsve to
worry aboot Bevan. for two rea
sons: 1) The Conservative govern.
roent cemoins in flows. ,rhon
the next elections are held. proba probably
bly probably in October. I) BevIn hsr lost
support inside his own Labor Par.
ty.
He has lost support chiefly be because
cause because he elnyloromised on the
atomid bomb. There is only one
real issue between Lsbor and the
Conservatives: the 1:,onlb. and
Prime Minister Harold Macmil
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sia do It or. not,, This -,is, where
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POSITION
Meanwhile one of most right rightwing
wing rightwing unign in England voted, last
week to outlaw the bomb whether
any other countrl does so or not.
Leftwing unions, such as', Frank
Cousins' Transport Workers, al already
ready already have done this but last seek
Sir Tom Williamson, conservative
and respectable, found his Natio National
nal National Union of General mid. Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Worker', 775,000 'members
strong, going far to the left of
Bevan by voting. to outlaw the
bomb.

This, of course, is not tho post posttion
tion posttion of Macmillan. However, at
tea with Vice Presidest,Islixon 08
his visit to Washington, Matmil
lan pointed out that three well wellplated
plated wellplated bombs' could demolish En England.
gland. England. He made it clear that Ito
is following the policy that nuclear
war is unthinkable.
DAILY
MEDITATION
1
(Prosontod by the Dopartmont
of Christian Education of the
Episcopa: Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Oloceso of tit Pamma
Canal Zone.)
Ps. 127:1
STONES FOR BRICKS
"Excopt the Lord build the
house, they labor In vain that
build it."
A great disaster confronts peo people
ple people with basic decisions- In our
own country the Chicago fire
and the San Francisco earth-,
quakeiniPired men to 'arise with
faith and courage to meet tbe
crisis.
In ancient Israel a great earth earthquake
quake earthquake had shattered the capi capital
tal capital city of Samaria: With a ler lervor
vor lervor equal to Ur own great ci cities,
ties, cities, Samaria dug itself out of--
its- ruins"' and z' determined' to Pet
build in even greater splendet,
Cut stone would take the place of
sun-dried brick.
Yet Isaiah condemned them.
Shy? They had forgotten One
fact, the place of God in the pic picture.
ture. picture. A few years after the
prophet's oracle the city was
sacked. Anothet-10 years and the
nation was destroyed, never to
rise again.
The Psalmist gives the warn warning
ing warning and history teaches the same
lesson. So a nation returns to
normalcy after one year onli to
help sow ,The seeds --for another.
Man lires'10 :aL.sityscriper
Vire. Do'iijeliave the courage and
the humility to turn to God
and ask Him to build with us?
Except the Lord keepeth the
city, the watchman waketh but
in vain.
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four of thorn with whits side.
wails. wimp
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Bar, the MANTLE.
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REGULAR 41IMY APPOINT4E--:kArley RIChter looks on as Col. James D. Heriot, deputy
post etenmandert for -Quarry Heights, swears her 'husband, a major, into the regular Army.
,Richter 'is the-chief of the Signal CoMmtmicatIonS Service, U.S. Army Caribbean. (Army Phptell

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South s Law, Order. I
Has Deteriorated,
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Survey 'Disc oses
ATLANTA ', (UPI) A''' report
published today claimed that law'
and order have deteriorated in
in the South since the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court scboolstecisions. The
report listed.,30 acts, Of 'violence,
reprisals., and intimidation in 'a
tour-year period.
The study was made IV the
southeastern office of the Ameri American
can American Friends Service Committee,
the department of Racial and
Cultural Relations of,tlie National
Council of Churches and the
Southern Regional Council.
The report emphasized that vio violence
lence violence was not the only keynote
of the desegregation transition.
"Another account could be given
of patience, revonsibility, cour-i
age, and good win by both whites
and Negroes "i; 4 saill.
'- The rePori -'lltited,,-,,ta,'"vii4
deaths, as a, rank of raelli troub trouble,
le, trouble, 30 bombings of houses, four
dynamitings of schools and four
of syna ogue s, seven church
bombings and two, school burrOgs
among the, acts ,of violence.
The report said ,p101) Action
threatened ,during the four year
perlotlt iisansaudleraa elties, and 1
towns -A .;, t, v, , , 1:,,,,,,,,
Economic reprisal became e0111 1
monolace "until a mew and mod-;
ern instrument has taken form,"
the study said. "Most commonly
associated with the white Citizens
Council, the, weapon of reprisal
has deprived Negroes and non nonconforming
conforming nonconforming whites,,of.jobsir,'oredit
ethd strPPllas torabeittuhinbasatif?

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lback to your iiiki'sometitne to
find ft decorated like tilt call
the police. That two-toning on
this car in Conway, Ark., con consists
sists consists of, thousands of bees, en entirely
tirely entirely covering the taillight.
The swaprLii was. later boxed.
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Want To Send Dad
A Voice Recording?
Viiit:USOjWB

There is still time for service servicemen
men servicemen to make a voiee recording at
the USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center in Balboa to send back
home in time for Father's Day on
Sunday, the USO-JWB announced
today. -
Two volunteen, technicians will
be on hand this evening. from 6
to 8 p.m. to assist servicemen and
their families in making the re recordings.
cordings. recordings. An envelope also will be
supplied for easy mailing.

Dates Announced
For Summer Camp
By Bapfist Church
The annual ; surnm,er Bible
Canlp!!:$139nOgrf-cl the First
Baptist Church oeB,alboa Heights
will be held in July at the Baptist
camp ground located on Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara Beach, church officials an announced
nounced announced today. 1
A three-week outing is planned
this year. 'The first week, begin beginning
ning beginning July iS and ending July 12
will be for boys aged,19 to 12- The
folleVirintiWeerAIOWt1A 016,9t
the same age grouP
Both boys end girls 13 years' ox
age and older will go to camp
from- July 19 to July 26.
,-Each week's outing begins on
Sunday and ends on Saturday at
DOOM
Elton 11. Vickers will be camp
director.,,,,ge be assisted by
trained colinselbr 'including,
Alice and' Joe Chriatepher, mis missionariea
sionariea missionariea from Quito, Ecuador.
Designed to give the children a
vacation with spiritual training
the tamp program includes swinv
ming, horseback riding, hiking,
fishing, basketball, baseball ans
volleyball.
Bible study, 'missionary stories,
bled lessons, and evening camp
fires will provide religions in instruction.
struction. instruction. The first Baptist Church is an answering
swering answering inquires on the camp at
Balboa phone No. 1727.

USO-JWB Drama
Class Tonight
The tJSO-SWB drama class, di ditected
tected ditected by' Len Worcester, contin continnes
nes continnes its Tuesday sessions tonight
8 p.itV. at the Armed Forces
StItice 'Center 'in Balboa.
' Wacester will plity some LP
teCords foe the training use of
the class during this meeting and
all member are invited to attend.

COMErTRES 'TAPE MIAMI
b.vax,95 'NOwstfriefs 6-15 d
ATHENS -ELECTS -MAYOR
ATHENS (11PI)----tbittas Tsouka Tsoukalas
las Tsoukalas was elected mayor of Athens
with Communist support Sunday.
Tvtenty of the 31 electors failed to
agree to vote fOr one of the four
candidatt1 on'bon-Communist tick tickets.
ets. tickets. The 40111 orlbeir votes en enabled
abled enabled .Tstikalati,- a non-Communist,
to,

Charles Peters 15
Dies In Hospital.
uneral Tomorrow
Charles Peter's, a 75-year-oldnative
of Antigua, MU., died
at the Santo Tomas Hospital Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.

day.
Mr. Peters immigrated to the
Isthmus in 1900 and was employ employed
ed employed by the Petunia Canal until his:
retirement in 1950. He had beep
a member of the Canal Zone Re Retired
tired Retired Workers ASSOCiattiOn. At a
former resident of La Boca fol following
lowing following his retirement he look up
residence with his farnily in 'Pa 'Panama
nama 'Panama City. Fiinerti terviceswill
be held tomorrow the- St.
Paul's Church at 4 p.m. Inter Interment
ment Interment will follow at the Amador
Guerrero Cemetary
urvivors are his wife, Mrs.
Rachael Peters, daughters Mrs.
lrese Peters-Edwards, step chil childre,n,
dre,n, childre,n, Leslie A...-Palfia, and GWen GWendolyn
dolyn GWendolyn Peters., who,,,resides,kin ,the
U.S.A. and seven grand-children,
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Billy Graham GOeS
To Moscow Church,
HoposiOttruse$0'

MOSCOW (UPI) --;;Itit ngelist I
Billy Graham said today his cur current
rent current trip to Moscow would help
him decide whether it will be
possible tor him to realize his
long-standing dream of holding a
crusade hi Russia.
He said his.Nisit may be, an
"important step "in-reachinglhat
decision.
But the North tamlina evan evangelist
gelist evangelist has a set of three condi conditions
tions conditions he says must be met at any
such religious crusades in this
country. He said he discussed his
conditions with the late Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles and
they are:
His' own translator rather than
one provided by the Soviet gov government.
ernment. government. A Iage hall in which to conduct
the cruside meetings.
Full advance publicity of the
crusade.
Graham Sundity visited Mos Moscow's
cow's Moscow's only Protestant churchthe
small First Baptist, tucked away
on one of this City's back streets.
He sat through the hour-long
service as a spectator, then re returned
turned returned for another service during
the evening. Ile was not intro introduced
duced introduced to the' cohgregation for formally
mally formally at either, service, but chat chatted
ted chatted informally with some of them
afterward.
He said one of the church of officials
ficials officials "told me they hope soon to
see a stadium with 20,000 seats
Jilted to hear the Gospel but he
said we must move step by step.
feel this visit is an itiportant
step."
The evangelist said be noticed!
that during the sermong at the'
Baptist church a number of per-t
sons were taking notes, and that!
he was told they would pass on a
report of, the, sermong to their
friends and neighbors. I

'? 101,1 1 i; t 1 4,1 ,
NEW MISSItE Stilt An' artist's conception l'or the 'Navy's' new 'class' of 'guided miSsile sub submarines
marines submarines depicts one of the ships lirine, a missile underwater. The subrnarines be nu.
clear-powered and capable of remaining at 4sett-fot extended periods, the Navy said.' Designed
, to .narry, theaset ballistic missilso the new-type submarines are scheduled for construction

Senator tfartgleld
lies Baiii
,
Republican- Cnhcs,
WASHINGTON (IIPI).-- Asst.
Senate Democrat Leader Mike
Mansfield accused his party's ad advisory
visory advisory council Monday -of trying
to tally the score on the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic record in Congress without
waiting for the end of the ninth
inning.
The council. which never has
been in favor with Democratic
congressional leaders, issued a 2,-
000-word document Sunday, which
seid the party mijority in Con Congress
gress Congress had not Tet made a signif significant
icant significant record.
By implication, it accused Sen Senate
ate Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson and his fellow Texan,
Speaker Sam Rayburn, of com compromising
promising compromising on issues to escape
vetoes by President Eisenhower.
'-'Mansfield denied this. He said
'tbo DeMOCtatie record thus far
has ."been one of responsibility
and not of knuckling down to
threats of a veto on any specific
piece of legislation."
"Under the leadership of Speak Speaker
er Speaker Rayburn and Sen. Joh:lion, we
Wend to enact a good program
and not be deterred by obstruc obstructionism
tionism obstructionism of Republicans in Con Congress
gress Congress or threats of veto voiced on
OCCIISiOn by Republican leaders,"
,he said.
r, The advisory council was set up
to act as a party voice during
the four years between' national
conventions. Democratic congres congressional
sional congressional leaders have refused to join
it and have received its advice
without enthusiasm.

1

LEROY W. WATSON, executivis
vie president of tho Poor! is.
land Seafood Company, loft
yostorday to attend tho annuel
mooting of the Shrimp Associa.
tion of tho Amorilas, of which
I is a director. The shrimp
mooting will take place at the
NOtel Continent lit Njtt,n1 In Mox.
Igo 4itlfrnlo ion4h,411, 61.20.;
somo membors from MEd.
co and tho United Stable will
attond. Watson is tho only re.
presentative from Panama. The
convontion of shrimp mon will
discuos probloms of mutual in.
torost to flu Industry. The
shrimp association concerns it.
self with shrimp marketing and
)ncroasing consumption, in Ms
U. S. through public .rafations.
It hove had an oxtonsive pro.
gram which is mooting with
success.

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TALLAHASSEE,'Fla.The Rev.
A. J. Reddick, past Florida pres president
ident president of the NAACP, on the con conviction
viction conviction with a recommendation of
mercy of four white youths for
the, rape of a Negro coed:
,"Florida has maintained its ex excellent
cellent excellent record of not veering from
the precedent that no white man
has ever been executed for the
rape of a Negro, Has it been the
other way around, Negroes would
have been given the death pen penalty."
alty." penalty."
WASHINGTON Gov. G. Men Mennen
nen Mennen Williams of Michigan, conced conceding
ing conceding that New Hork Gov. Nelson
A. Rockefeller might be more lib liberal
eral liberal than some Democratic hopefuls:

"If the Demoerats should nom nominate
inate nominate Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D (DTex.),
Tex.), (DTex.), for example, and the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans nominate Rockfeller,
where do you think the liberal
Democrats turtrirVhom could
their vote for in al good eon eonscience."
science." eonscience." LA JOLLA, Calif Cerald
Lehrer, on the fatal shark attack
on his friend, Robert L. Pamper Pamperin,
in, Pamperin, 50 yards offshore:
"He went under the water and
T swam over. looked down into
the water and saw him and the
shark. There was blood in the wa water."
ter." water." MAMARONECK N. Y. Billy
Casper, on winning the US. O Open
pen Open golf championship;
"The worst thing Wit sitting in
a window overlookbig the 18th
green watching first Mike son.
chak and then Bob Rosburg com coming
ing coming down the last hole needing
birdie to tie me. It was a terri terrible
ble terrible wait awl I sure regretted r
bad chip shot I mae on the intthat-cost
me a bogey five., If re
just got a par there the wail
would have been easy."

SINGER UNDER GUARD

NEW YORK (UPI) Mondio
in attorney requested the remov remov11
11 remov11 of a police guard from outside
lues singer Billie Holiday's room
n t Metropolitan Hospital. A Ootrni
man was stationed there last Fri
iay after the 41-year-old singer
was tharged with possession of
heroin in her room, She was ad admitted
mitted admitted to the hospital May 31, for
'reatment et liver and heart ailment&

, ,dd oddia,do 16,00, liNda,ded 4d,ddh,ddriod.

rogsnaz RIVALSThey may be that for the 1960 Republican
Presidential nomination but in New York Vice-President Rich-ard
NIX011 (lett) and Gov. Nelson Rockefeller were all smiles.
They were among the notables on hand for the city's Hudson
Celebration, marking the 350th anniversary of Henry Hudson's
discovery of the river bearing his name.

Sag Day Services Pay Impressive
Honors To Six Historic US Banners

o
The Mini Flag Day exercis exercises
es exercises of Panama Canal Zone Lodge
1414 B. P. O. Elks were held at
Balboa Stadium Sunday afternoon.
Ceremonies were impre ssive,
brief, bat colorful, and they epi epitomized
tomized epitomized the spirit of the day.
When Brig. Gen. George F.
Schlatter, L. S. Air Force, con concluded
cluded concluded his short but highly ins inspirational
pirational inspirational address, the audience
seemed to be moved.

A tuneful concert by the 776th
Air Force Band under the direc direction
tion direction f CWO. Herman Englert
preceded the exercises and they
also supplied the background
music for the pagentry or the
flags. Victor A. kierr,assisted
preparing the musical arrangements.

Elks Exalted Ruler Bernard F.
Woods was the presiding officer.
in opening the program he hap happily
pily happily lelected an excerpt from
a Flag Day address by T. Wood Woodrow
row Woodrow Wilson, most scholarly of the
United States' presidents, which
set forth the purposes of the
day. Divine blessing was invoked
by Pasquale P. Monaco, acting as
chaplain.
The complusory, Flag Day,ritual
Ille;,',1141141ill 'Oegnfr,eietttOti
b'y the 'ofiliers '.of 'the lodge.
Jhis was followed by musical
interlude by the Air Force Band,
and then the history of the flag
was staged, with Harold J. Zier Zierten
ten Zierten delivering the commentary as
the s flags were carried into he
area by Boy Scouts of Troop 4
under the Mrection of Scout-master,'
, Roiwt, Niche.
Cub Scouts, under the leader leaderihip
ihip leaderihip of: Dr. R. S. Osteneo, and
Girl Scouts of Albrook Field
Troop 59, were honor guards:.
, The flags, starting with the
'pins tree flag, were carried to
the ttme of "Yankee Doddle," the
snake fl,a; to "Chester L. M.,"
the colonial to "A Successful
Campaign," the Grand Union to
'Hail Columbia," the star Span Spangled
gled Spangled Banner to "The Stars and
Stripes Forever," and Old Glory
to "Columbia, Gem of the O Ocean."
cean." Ocean." The banners were presented to
one of the four representatives
of the Armed Services, who dis displayed
played displayed each flag to the assembly
and then marched smartly to a
stand, where it was attended by

ALGERIAN REBELS ATTACK
PARIS (UPI) Algerian rebel
gu.nmen fired into the home of the
only Moslem women in t h e
French cabinet Monday. A car carload
load carload of rebels peppered the home
of Secretary of State Nefrissa
Said Cara suburban Neuilly
with revolvers. Police luarding
her home against such an attack
returned the fire and gave chase,
but were unable to find the at attackers.
tackers. attackers. No casualties were reported.

SA' TINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOURI

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the Boy Scout or Explorer who
had carried it into the arena.

Representing the Army was Sgt.
First Class William J. Carter,
Headquarters Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, Quarry Heights, he Air
Force, S-Sgt. Ernest Hall, Air Po Police,
lice, Police, 5700th Air Base Group, Al-'
brook, the navy, Radio Man 3rd
class Clifford A. Swigert, 15th
Naval District Communications,
Station, Fort Amador, and the
Marine representative was Cpl.
Elwood E. Thompkins, Marine De-!
tachment, Rodman, C.Z.
The military bearing and de demeanor
meanor demeanor of these men did much to
make the ceremony impressive.
Josph S. Corrigan, secretary of
the lodge delivered the flag res response.

Immediately following the Flag
Day services, American Legion
Posts One and Seven conducted
theri flag burning ceremonyl Cdr.
George Viet and Mrs. Anita
McKeown, president of American
Legion Auxiliary Unit ly and
their officers held a very short
and dignified observance of the
disposal of all the worn, torn or
unservicable flags.
,Thelt.were asaisted.,by members,
,c4,t4.ExplorertifoiroatAlp which it
sponsored by the American Leg Legion.
ion. Legion. Troop 8 of the Boy Scouts ehl
ed by distributing 49 star flags
and program. The ladies of Em Emblem
blem Emblem Club 49 of Balboa greeeted
the guests and acted as ushers for
the exercises. Troop 4 and Pack 4
Boy Scouts are sponsored by
BP0 Elks 1414 Balboa, C. Z.
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IT'S A GAME WITH THIMSmooth-noagined tribesmen shake smooth gourds at
Kaduna, Northern Nigeria, in a native game celebrating the Great Durber, or the
recent elevation of the Brit4h colony to the status et a self-governing nation.

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MISS PATRICIA STEINER opening of Jaques, federal court DorOthy. I do not have her rich at Venice Island near Stockton,
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MISS PATRICIA STEINER
, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome E. Steiner of Balboa announce the en.
:element of their daughter, Patricia, to James R. Kearns, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kleine of Ridge View Acres, Asheboro,
N.C.
The wedding is planned for August S.
Miss Steiner is a graduate of Balboa High lithool 'and the
Canal Zdne Junior Oonege. She attended George"Washington
'Int Varsity, Washington, D.C., and is presently emproyed in the
Office of the Army Staff Judge Advocate, Fort Amadot.
Mr. Kearns graduated from Pfeiffer College, Misenheimer,
N.C., in 1957 and did poet graduate work in restaurant manage.
ment at Michigan State, East Lansing, Mich. He is now assigned
to the Public Information Office, Headquarters United States
Army Caribbean, Fort Amador.
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Installation Banquet
Vane, Of Panama 'Rotarians
Is Thursday At HI:ten
The Panama' Rotary Club has
announced plans for, its annual
installation banquet and dance
to be held Thursday evening in
the Bella Vista Room of the Pa.
tame 111 Iton, Hotel,T4e festivi
ties V get UnderwaY it 710
with a cocktail Party in the
Peacock Bar on the roof garden,
weather permitting, Musk will
be provided by Luebo Atearraga
and his ensemble.
Presidentelect Ricardo Brin will
bt installed during the eve evening's
ning's evening's program: Zilimer jacket
will be the appropriate dress forl
gentlemen. 1
Mrs. de la Guardia To Attend
Wise Red Cross Tea.
The first lady et Panama, Mrs.
Ernesto de h Guardia Jr., will be
guest of honor at the annual
Red Cross tea sponsored b the
Women's International Zionist
Organization (WIZO) Wednesday
afternoon at two at the Union
Club.
Mrs. de la Guardia is expected
to arrive at the tea at about five.
Tickets may be obtained by
calling Panama 2-4728 or 2 2370,
or may be purchased at the door.
mminOMOMO
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Baby Shower Pores
Mrs. Robert ludroau
Mrs. Robert E. Budreau of
Los Riot was guest of honor at a
baby shower given Saturday bY
Miss Dorothy B. Xing. The event
was held at Ithe Skyehef ReS
taurant.
Guests who attended included
Mrs. A. M. Bouche, Mrs, Walter
M. Trasavage, Miss Donna Vasa Vasavage,
vage, Vasavage, Mrs. A. M. Douche, ir
Mrs. George G. Douche, Mrs. M,
L. Engel, Mrs, Donald N. Boos.
trom, Mr. A. W. Webb, Mrs. Gor Gordon
don Gordon M. -Prick, Mro. Katherine
Hummer, Mrs. Thome, C. Gordon,
Mrs. H. P. Dutcher, Mre. D. R.
Darned, Miss Dsnielle Honed,
Mrs. Paul L Ells, Mra. Mareret
Pabjanco, Mrs. W. H. Shorty, Mrs,
Ketherine Lessisek, Mrs, T, W.
Womble and Miss Florence Lao.
Koblao OffloOrs Wives
Plan Thursday Brunch
The Kobbe Officers Wives Club
will have a brunch Thuroday
morning at eleven at the Vert
Kobbe Officers Club,
An exhibit will be ebow Ms.
playing articles made by -members
of the bates and sewing class classic
ic classic
girth AMOutloortiont
Mr. and Mrs. Vio lotto
Of Las Cumbria anoeuntal
1010 elf daughter. 1,1seir bath
oo Jona ta at goroaa Has Has,
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gE".e.u"Lvf u'ho-n ur "a"lu'llt;" -an"tiVal "Thme "Arlb I nwkrull.Y sT. Zia : Wit Theatre Guild and I was a- the contract wits sign;d. It will ,
rao? 11 .3astinasters Club 1 ble to start my-preparations. have its world premiere at the BUY THROUGH our C L U B SYSTEM
Rueastert). tea() sponsored by the will meet
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Women's International Zionist in the Driftwood RooLnim. of iiii.e.417- it' Both vulnerable e 'rhese were ,vvelLunder way Warner Theatre in New York on
set.s.(Nerth 7 East when disasteettrutiC',On July 2, June 24. I am proud to have had 1 PLAN $1 00 as week for 25 weeks
Organization (WIZO) Wednesday brook Officers Club. E d u 0 r d o ;V Wpess 3 s, Pass 1958, fire completely destroyed the opportunity of giving his mag-
afternoon at two at the Union
Club. 4 46 Pau 4 Pss the original sets and all of the nificent musical the sight and ste ste4
4 ste4 Sp Pass $ Pass costumes. We had to start over reophonic sound dimensions it de- Subscribe Today,
Mrs. de la Guardia is expected HLRB Hol
to arrive at the tea at about five. ds 1.man 7, raar Pass Pliss I from the beginning. The pace serves.
Tickets may be obtained by ;- . Opinina load-. K had to be redoubled to meet the We have done our best. We
calling Panama 2-4728 or 2 2370, Labor Union Is ., deadline of Sept. 22 for starting were enthusiastic and happy in
camera work.. Actors have com- making it. I enjo ed myself.
or may be purchased at the door. . Mitrnents and the date could not Ira Gershwin teris me it is ev- Lw '11: A tra 0
Eiji ITi3 A '0
. See if 'you tan figure out how be po tponed. erything he hoped for. I cartlin cartlinBaby
Baby cartlinBaby Shower Fetes a very good player managed to I
Mrs. Robert Sudeten Ilegollallng Body ,0 down at seven spade', I will I .4...,,........................................ -
Mrs. Robert E. Budreau of WASHINGTON (UPI)--,-The Na- give you one hint. Vic Mitchell of
THERE'S ONLY OW DADDY!
Los Riot was guest of honor at a tional Labor Relations B o a r d New York, one of our best play
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baby shower given Saturday by (NLRB I d t rd th R b
) ru e yes e ay at o ers, was in the East seat.
Miss Dorothy B. Xing. The event of Waterford, N.Y.. South ruffed the opening dia.
was held at tie Skyehef Ree. ert E GrIY Only One... ,.,v ,,),.
is a "labor organization" and mond (lead in his own hand. The .44
taurant. discar would keep for later,
Gueets who attended included may 'require his members to pay AL ,..,.,..
dues d Next he played a couple of '''"N
Mrs. A. M. Bouche, Mrs, Walter un er a union glum contract
fi --- --- i; rounds of trumps just to make AMERICAN BAZAAR
, 4E1 PetsvN,evvvuit LIVOiwKo
M. Trasivage, Miss Donne Vass. The eal,e, Of the enelliee
Donor. sr., union invoived the Grand Union sure that all were out. There vies
vage, Mrs. A. M. no point playing more since East
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Cathedral Plaza El Panami Hilton Hotel
Mrs. George G. Douche, him st. Co.Land its warehouse employes and West had plenty of easy PRESENTS TONIGHT
L. Engel, Mrs, Donald N. Boos. b watorford. Tho workers select,
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discards. 5th of May Plaza t
trom, Mr. A. W. Webbi, Mrs. Gor- ed On In August ot 1957 to rep.
Then Smith laid down his ace 1 1 N -...
don M. -Frick, Mro. Katherine ;tient Ahem itt wage' negotiations. and king pf hearts. Maybe the
Hummer, Mrs. Thome, C. Gordon, e NLRB:then 'certified him as queen would drop from East and The BELLA VISTA ROOM ,t(rt,,,.--4-.10,- '--
Sire. H. P. Butcher, Nye. D. R. bergainbig t representative. Gray
, give him a chance to finasit 181211112116121: SLOW 214.1 i I
Harped, Miss Dsnielle Mimed, Kld the comPanY signed li Unlan against the ten of hearts sod 1' FOR LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Patil L Ells, Mra. Margaret "cm contract,
An NLRB trial
a b b d deveiop two club discards; one -,. Am,. , ,, ,,r.-", At '4'' ta vi
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Fabiance, Mrs. W. H. Shorty, Mrs, ea mi er is on the ,
fourth heart; one on the
Katherine Leseisek, Stre, T, W. ruled that': etleh i "Inflict dig' diamond ace, ,,',..-4-4040';;,,,,fiaret ',;,,,,' W-, ', ,, 4, ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,, plio,,, '- ' f,,y, ,,,X 4 ,
Womble and Miss Florence Leo. Coureged membership in any s
t ure enough Vic did drop the v.....,,S,4.0.0s,..,0.44,,,,,,04.44,,,,,,;,,,:,, '..10, cwier.1.,,..,,,,40.,4- 1 -,4,044, ,...
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PO's' queenlot hearts on the kipg, West
Robb maws wive monis to Gray, The Boar by Remember Dad On Fathers Day 4 ,, ,,,,,,,,...,...... ii,. ,.,, ip v,,, i ,,,, ,,,,, ,t v
Plan Thursday Orem ppm ,sr ddlion, rovorood hill hen g eyed the three of hearts
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The Kobbe Officers Wives Club finding that the 'contract wee II. kn hi
on t e first heart lead so Vic
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morning at eleven at the Fort 4t Mild '1, urn? tied tho lame hey ,eversed with a dotibleten. Pis" .0.0--,000. I. I ,,,, ..0.1,x, ,,
other uTtnion- HA ilirineole woo
. Kobbe Officers Club, right to negotiate union 'hop pro, v 1 - os t!, amonbot
i ommotooswoowt oi idoza.a. .,,,,ot".4 ''
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An exhibit will be I ihow dill visiono Ito oily ,Vic a so knew thet the ctub t iiiii 10) ri woo"-- ....tow-v. 7.30, I, )
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playing articles made by members an enlINOViot r going to work ao ;
G fid ""' 'des rat mea ros were neer, r
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1. vie Aetor JaMPO Stewart has been .
!else elect, He led the deuce el I Apei V.i ,,, 7 ,, , ii, , 1 .40 i, 4,, fr, .,,, 4,, ,,, ,
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pita She' has' ed .ludith
Me.
lAWC Thrift Shop Clireue
Moth With Mrs. Sidebetham
The Thrift Shop Committee of
the InterAmericast Women's Club
held a coffee., meeting Monday
morning, at the home of the club
Pteedent:,'!drth'l Nene), Zlidenotte
am, in Pefisma City. Mt' Gene
Simpson ands Mrs. Joan Scott
poured coffee for the 40 memberS
attending.
Mrs, Eleanor Abbott, chairman,
announced the Committee's plans
for the coming fiscal year. All
workers at the Thrift Shop are
volunteers, and 111-Vroceeds are
forwarded to tharitie in Pans.
int. Persons desiring to donate
to the shop mly telephone the
IAWC office.
OPMMIOIM1
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Albrook Taastmastors
To Moot Thursday
The Albrook Toastmasters Club
will meet at 11:30 A.M. ThurAday
10 the Driftwood Room of the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Officers Club. Eduardo
OMB Holds 141an
Labor Union Is
Rego Haling Body
WASHINGTON (UPI)-,-.The Na National
tional National Labor Relations Bo a rd
(NLRB) ruled yesterday that Rob.
ert ,E. Gray of Waterford, N.Y,,
is a "labor organisation" and
may require hio members to pay
dues under a union ohop contract.
The caoe, of the "one-man"
union involved the Grand Union
Co., and its warehouse employes
b Waterford, The workers select.
ed Gra In Auguit of 1957 to rep.
resent them in wage' negotiations.
The .NIArthen 'certified him as
bargaining t representative. Gray
and the company signed a union
'hop contract,
An NLRB trial examiner bad
ruled that' such it contract di&
couraged 'membership in any,
other union by renuiring pap'
ments to Gray, The Board, by
pot ,sr wean, revelled his
finding thot the 'contract woo IIlegal.-
It- old 1, Gray bad the lame
right to negotiate union 'hop pro.
visIono so any other union. flo is'
an employ. of Grond Union.
PRINCETON, NI. (UP1).lito.
vie Actor JAMPOI Stewart has been
fleeted ,, an alumni trustee at
PrincatOtt UniveraitY, it was, an.
tiouticad Stewart reeolvtd
bleholor's dogrot in tattoo:tufo
from Printoton Mt I
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Montoya will be toastmaater of
the daY, and will Introduced the
'speakers, Ramon M. Lozano,
Louis Chavez, Haary Hervey and
Thomas Gray.
Additional information aboui the
Albrook Toastmastera may bs ob obtained
tained obtained from Felix Hodge, SIS-4265.
Isthmian Student
Is Heiler Graduate
Mrs. Sally Catherine Estes,
daughter of Mrs. Katheryne D.
Ackerman of Balboa, was one of
49 seniors who was graduated
with honors in commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises at North Texas State Col College.
lege. College.
A 1952 graduate of Balboa Iligh
School, Mrs. Estes received a bat
chelor of science degree in secon secondary
dary secondary education.
Pamphlet Dispute
llamas Aide Jaques
As 'Straw Boss'
WASHINGTON (UPI) A for forrmer
rmer forrmer GOP campaign official testi testi.
. testi. tied yebterday that congressional
aide Keith Jaques was the 4atzaw
boss" in the preparation of an un unsigned
signed unsigned pamphlet used in the 1951
West Virginia election, but wasn't
responsible for the project.
Edward K. Ne llor, former direc director
tor director of radio and television for the
Republican Congressional Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Committee, testified at the
opening of Jaques, federal court
trial. Jaques is charged with vio violating
lating violating the federal corrupt prac practices
tices practices law.
Jaques, a former aide to Rep.
Arch Moore Jr. (R-W.Va.), now
works for Sen. Wallace F. Bennett
(R-Utah). He has denied responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for the pamphlet, used in
Moore'', campaign against Robert
H. Mo Hoban, former Democratic
congressman from West Virginia.
The government contends the
law was violated by failure of the
pamphlet's authors to identify
themselves. 1
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See if 'you ean figure out how
a very good player managed to
go down at seven spade', I wal
give you one hint. Vic Mitchell of
New York, one of our best play players,
ers, players, was in the East seat.
South ruffed the opening dia.
mond lead in his own hand. The
discard would keep for iater.
Next he played a couple of
rounds of trumps just to make
sure that all were out. There vies
no point playing more since East
sod West had plenty of easy
discards.
Then South laid down kis ace
and king of hearts. Maybe the
queen would drop from East and
give him a chance to lineage
against the ten of hearts and
develop two club discards; One
On the fourth heart; one on the
diamond ace.
Sure enough Vic did drop the
queen of hearts on the king. West
had played the three of hearts
on the first heart lead so Vic
knew his partner had started
With three of the suit. He would
have revelled with doubleton.
Vic also knew that the club
finesse woo going to work ao
desperate measures were nears,
eery.
Ours enough, South fell for the
false eard, He led the deuce of
hearts and finessed dummY'O
nino whoroueon vie protium
tho toe sod sot tilt blind
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A-aidi tow nominee, Toe
intend to bid a resat slam but
Oen IS WS oboe be a ntlillen
that VOW Partner Oleos mt bold
tho &mood Imo Slit Yob Should
Mt ler writ
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PRESIDENT'S EXCHANGE, Mrs. Teresa Burrell, right, outgoing president of' the Inter-American
Women's Club, hands the gavel to the new president, Mrs. Nancy Sidebotham, at the
club's luncheon at the Tivoli Guest House. Pictured at left are Mrs. Mamy Paredes and Mrs.
Gene Simpson.

(Dorothy Kills lien is en vs.
cation. Fier sliest columnist ts.
day is motion picture producer,
Samuel Ge
SAMUNI. GOLDWYN WWI'S:
How can I be queeneven for
a day?
I am not a talented writer like
Dorothy. I do not have her rich
sources of news. And I am not
nearly as pretty.
Besides, if I try to writs a reg regular
ular regular column, prople will expect
it to contain a few "Goldwyn "Goldwynisms."
isms." "Goldwynisms." They are bird to make
up, and the people who used to
invent them have gone on the oth other
er other and more profitable fields.
The only inside information I
have to give concerns what I
have done myself, and I am not
sure that my source is authentic.
I would rather trust to other' to
tell what I- have done.
'However, professional writers tell
me that the way to begin is to
tell about what one knows most
intimately -- what is closest to
one's thoughts. And for the last
year" I have been able to thilik
of nothing but the huge project I
have been working onthe film
version of the immortal "Porgy
and Bess."
has t4borbeelilt, tit Vita,
Hon, and hauntect all of my sleep,
ing and waking hours.
It wail a tOugli picture to make.
From ,the beginning there' were
extraordinary difficultues, beyond
the customary problem' of trans translating
lating translating ai masterplOce from one
medium to another.
; Omonomodommo
'Ten years were needed ,to clear
the legal hurdles involved in
bringing this musical classic to
the screen. Then, in October 1257,
I concluded negotiations with the
George ,Gerthwin and Du Bose
Heyward estates and the New
York Theatre Guild and I was a able
ble able to start my,. preparations.
, These were ,well ,under way
when disaster' Struek;',On Jul 2t
1958, fire completely destroyed
the original sets and all of the
costumes. We had to start over
from the beginning. The pace
had to be redoubled to meet the
deadline of Sept. 22 for starting
camera work, Actors have com comMitments
Mitments comMitments and the date could not
be pootponed.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY''
by Dorothy Killgallen

We Changed directors. I have
no desire to' reopen the controver controversy.
sy. controversy. Whether I was right or wrong
in my disagreements with the o original
riginal original director is not the issue.
The point is only that this inVOIV.
ed additional complications and
delays.
Camera work began on location
at Venice Island near Stockton,
Calif. The cast and crew alter alternately
nately alternately shivered Ind sweltered. In
the early morning, chill mists
rose from the river; by midday
the blazing sun shriveled the
ground. There was no shade. It
was a blessed relief to return
home to the studio.
Expense? It cost us $10,000 to
dye, redye, wrinkle pull and e even
ven even sandpaper the costumes so
they would look properly worn.
It was a strenuous picture for
the whole cast. Sidney Pottier,
playing the crippled Porgy, shuf shuffled
fled shuffled around on his knees for 10
weeks, with padded boards strap strapped
ped strapped to his lower legs. Between
takes he had to skip rope td re restore
store restore the circulation. to his legs.
Dorothy Dandridge suffered pain painfully
fully painfully bruised ribs in her realistic
struggle with Brock Peters. Sam Sammy
my Sammy Davis Jr., as Sporting Life,
was piped am,to aerobe aerobe00.
00. aerobe00. toinitiliceat-14.ThiP-days--':of
Douglas Irairbanks Sr. Sliding
dowd -a drainpipe, he lost his
grip, splintered his cane, and re retwisted
twisted retwisted the ankle he had previ previously
ously previously turned on location. Pearl
Bailey escaped injury, but I don't
know how. I feared for her
thumb as she waved a wicked
Cleaver in the scene in which she
slices a hammerhead shark. It
isn't anything that comes natut natutally
ally natutally to her.
Now the major and the minor
difficulties are behind us. The plc plcture
ture plcture is fthished, two years after
the contract was signed. It will
have its world premiere at the
Warner Theatre in New York on
June 24. I am proud to have had
the opportunity of giving his mag magnificent
nificent magnificent musical the sight and ste stereophonic
reophonic stereophonic sound dimensions it de deserves.
serves. deserves. We have done our best. We
were enthusiastic and happy in
making it. I enjoyed myself.
Ira Gershwin tells me it is ev everything
erything everything he hoped for. I cartlin
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that Tiger if ma Hoyt Wilhehn can't?

Seven American Leasue rivals
wish they maid answer the ques question
tion question as Jimmy Dykes' Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers continue their drive toward
first place. They're only a game
and, half from their goal now
and .they've been rolling at a
.714,club sinee losing 15 of their
first 17 games.
The Tigers ended Wilhelm's nine ninegame
game ninegame winning streak and knock knocked
ed knocked him out of the box for good
ineeiture last night with a 64 vic victory
tory victory over the Baltimore OriOles.
The coup de grace was a two run
homer by Harvey Kuenn that
marked the first round tripper
off the knuckleball ace in 17 in innings.
nings. innings.
Wilhelm, who seemed to be
throwing the next best thing to
an invisible pitch in compiling a
9-0 reord and a 100 earned run
average, shut out the Tigers for
five innings but then they tagged
him fOr three runs in the sixth
and finished him with Kuenn's
bonier in the seventh. It m,arked
onlY. the third time in 11 starts
that' he failed to finish.
The Cleveland Indians ran their
winning streak to six games and
wnnt into first place with a 5-1
win over the Boston Red Sox and
the4 Washington Senators ended a
five-game losing streak with an
8-5 decision over the Kansas City 1
Athletics in other American
League games. The Los Angeles
Dodger! beat the Milwaukee
Braves, 4-0, in the only National
In
gue game.
Le ddie Yost started Wilhelm's
do fall with a single in the sixth
in ng and Kuenn followed with
a double. Charley Maxwell's sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice fly scored Yost and mov moved
ed moved Kuenn to third from where be
tallied on a single by Al Kaline.
Larry Osborne's single and a
passed ball delivered Kaline with
the third run of the inning.

Haney Plans To Retire
At End Of This Seiason

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LOS ANGELMITPI) Fred and forfirgr linYtr,,12111datil
Haney, manager of the National been, in the spot for 42 years"
League champion Milwaukee Bra- and' added, "lo,:s of things mean
ves, said yesterday he is consider- more than financial gain.
bg retirement at the end of the "I've reached a point in life
current sea SOIL where I want to enjoy myself. It
"If at the end of this season :I want to stay in baseball I would
I feel the same as I do now," 'want to stay where I am," Haney
Haney said, "this may be my last said when asked if he would be in
season." terested in a position with the Los
The occasion for Haney's an. Angeles Dodgers.
nouncement was a luncheon at Be said Milwaukee "is a won wonwhich
which wonwhich his appointment was dis- derful town and I've been very
closed as vice president of the happy there."
Studio City Bank of the San Fer- Haney started his baseball ca canando
nando canando Valley. reer with Portland, Ore., in 1918
Haney, 60, who arrived here and when the squad disbanded in
yesterday morning with his Braves midseason he joined the Navy and
to meet the Los Angeles Dodgers was assigned to a submarine
in a five-game series, said he was base.
"struck" with the feeling when he
arrived that this is where his SIGNS LOS ANGELES
roots are. Although born in Al- After his service stint he signed
buquerque, N. M., Haney is a Los with Los Angeles. He was with
Angeles schools product and his Detroit from 1922 to 1925 when he
entire family lives here. Wit tradpd tn thp Rnenn Ppri

42 YEARS IN BASEBALL

The Milwaukee manager said
be had not discussed his possible
retirement with anyone in the
Braves organization but said it
was someting that just came to
him on his arrival,
The veteran baseball manager

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Frank Bolling double, Kuenn's
homer and a walk to Maxwell
completed the rout el Wilhelm in
the seventh.
Ray Narleski went I 2-8 in innings
nings innings before giving way to Dave
Sigler to gain credit for his fourth
vietory of theyear. Narleski fan fanned
ned fanned seven, walked three and
yielded 11 bits. Bob Boyd and
Joe Ginsberg had three hits each
for the Orioles who ere only a
game eand a half ahead of the i idle
dle idle fifth-place New York Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. Gary Bell pitched a throe-hitter
and struck out nine batters
to win his sixth genie for the
hiclians. The Indians made en enly
ly enly eight Ms themselves but
three were homersby Minnie
Mines, Mike Baxes and Weedy
Held.
Minoso, who drove in nine runs
in Sunday's double header at
Washington, sent the Indians a ahead
head ahead with a three-run homer in
the fourth inning. Monbou Monbouquette
quette Monbouquette wes the loser.
Harmon Killebrew clouted his
22nd homer and Jim Lemon hit
his 17th to lead a 10-hit Washing-,
ton attack that routed Bud Daley
in three innings. John Romono Romonosky
sky Romonosky shut out the Athletics for
eight innings but then was kayoed
when the A's scored five runs in
the ninth and Chuck Stbbs final finally
ly finally retired the side. ,Kent Hadley
hit a two-run homer for Kansas
City.
Don Drysdale struck out 12
Braves to raise his season total
to 103 and win his sixth game.
Bob Buhl shut out the Dodgers
for six innings but Los Angeles
scored four rune in, the seventh
on a walk, an error, a double by
Jim Gilliam and Wally Moon's
three-run homer. It was the
eighth loss in 12 games for the
Braves and Hank Aaron went hit hitless
less hitless in four trips.

and torah INTYtr, PI Mid "Mt ale
been, in the spot for 42 years"
and' added, "lo,:s of things mean
more than financial gain.
"I've reached a point in life
where I want to enjoy myself. If
want to stay in baseball I would
want to stay where I am," Haney
said when asked if he would be in
terested in a position with the Los
Angeles Dodgers.
He said Milwaukee "is a won wonderful
derful wonderful town and I've been very
happy there."
Haney started his baseball ca career
reer career with Portland, Ore., in 1918
and when the squad disbanded in
midseason he joined the Navy and
was assigned to a submarine
base.
1 SIGNS VITA LOS ANGELES
1
, After his service stint he signed
with Los Angeles. He was with
Detroit from 1922 to 1925 when he
,was traded to the Boston Red
Sox. He was assigned in 1927 to
Andianapolis and played on the
1928 pennant winner there.
By 1929 he was in a Los Angeles
uniform and after several seasons
moved over to the Hollywood
Stars.
Ile became manager of Toledo
in 1935 and moved up to the St.
Louis Browns in 1939. By 1942 he
had called off all baseball deals
and returned to Los Angeles
where entered the broadcasting
field.
However, In 1949 he took over as
manager of the Hollywood Stars
land guided tbe team to a pennant
the first year.
1 After several ,successful seasons
I at Hollywood he moved up to the
!Pittsburgh Pirates under Branch
!Rickey and four Nears ago switch switch,ed
,ed switch,ed to the Braves.

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LEADING
HITTERS

Aaron, Mil
Burgess, Pitt
White, St. L
Cepeda, S.F.
Mays, S.F.
Pinson, Cinel
Temple, Mei
Bouchee, phil
Hoak, Pitts
Bruton, Mil

Kuenn, Det
Ka line, Det
Fox, Chi
Runnels, Boo
Wood ling, Balt
Mantle, N.Y.
Minoso, Cleve
Bridges, Det
Williams, ICC.
Aparitio, Chi

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(Based on 190 official at bats)
National League
G AS H H Pet.
won, Mil 59 244 44 98 .402
turgess, Pitt 51 173 21 60 .347
Vhite, St. L 52 177 28 60 .339
:epeda, S.F. 60 239 46 80 .335
?lays, S.F. 58 223 50 74 .332
'inson, Cinel 60 247 51 80 .321
'emple, Cinel 60 236 43 75 .318
louchee, phil 56 206 29 65 .316
oak, Pitts 63 233 30 73 .313
Iruton. Mil 51 186 31 58 .312

American League
G AB R H Pct.
n, Det 52 204 33 74 .363
e, Det 59 235 37 84 .357
Chi 58 237 33 81 .342
els, Boo M 221 34 75 .340
ling, Balt 54 171 22 57 .333
Et, N.Y. SO 189 '40 59 .312
Cleve 56 219 35 67 .306
es, Det 59 212 20 64 .302
Ins, KC. 43 160 23 48 .300
pin Chi 58 233 44 69 .296

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
Pinson, Reds
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Ka line, Tigers
Minoso, Indians
-
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
Triandos, Orioles

Irsee, Pirates
Podres, Dodgers
Antonelli, Giants
Mizell, Cards
Kline, Cards

-LEADING
PITCHERS

W P
Pirates 10
t, Dodgers 7 2
elli, Giants 9 3
, Cards 7 3
Cards 6 3
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Wilhelm, Orio,
Larsen, YanlieeS
Fischer, Senators
mossi, Tigers
Shaw, White Sox

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CRISTOBAL
Shot-gunning got back on its
regular schedule at the Cristobal
Gun Club last Wednesday after afternoon',
noon', afternoon', but few of the happy Skeet Skeetshooters
shooters Skeetshooters got back on theirs.
Unless maybe Maj. Russ Nor Norris,
ris, Norris, with his high 24, should be
so considered. As a new member
of the "friendly" Cristobal Club,
Russ is an un-proved quantity on
the Gold Coast, as yet. Ills con considerable
siderable considerable skill at trap is well
known, and his hip-shooting of the
low-house number 7 target Indi Indicates
cates Indicates that the top Skeet hands
soon will know him, with reason.
He don't definitely don't
"shake up." It will be interesting
to watch another accurate per performer
former performer shoot out (watch tbat me metaphor!)
taphor!) metaphor!) his rightful niche among
other masters of the sweet sci science.
ence. science. R. C. Casanova, Joe Kueter
and J. D. Shields tied on 22x25
behind Norris. None went away
filled with satisfaction, and the
Wednesday afternoon shoot of
June 17 should see some "bear "bearing
ing "bearing down." F. Cho liar muddled
through for a 20, Cliff Hayward
for a 19, and Georg Lopp,
strangely, dropped to 17.
Jim Mitcbell jolly well me5QP0
tip 15, out meat have had a mis misfiring
firing misfiring relay somewhere in his
communication system, or he'd
have got more.
Waiter Johnston broke out his
little side-by-side .410, but seem.
ed to need a round or two to get
re-acquainted with the pretty
thing, and would only say:
On Su nda y morning, July
5, at 10:30 sharp, we'll shoot tor
the Leonard M. Campbell Tro Trotry.
try. Trotry. If you need one, bring a tri tripod.
pod. tripod. I see no rule against It in
the book.

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Sportsmanship,.Teani Play,
Good Basketball Kenotes
Of PAKageChampionship

Good beads up basketball was
played throughout the PAF Com Company
pany Company Level Tournament at Fort
Kobbe during the last week, but
good sportsmanship and team
play were the big things that
prevailed throughout the tourney.
Since practice time for the
twelve teams was quite limited,
1 the brand of ball that was play-.
ed was almost totally unexpect unexpected.
ed. unexpected. Nearly every team perform.
ed on par with excellent high
school or college freshman
teams. The games gave a good
clue as to who the outstanding
teams and players will be during
the PAY'. Post Level competition.
Four of the 130 players who
competed in the Mlle event
were singled out for their out outstanding
standing outstanding play and sportsmanship.
These four men were Bernie
(Skip) Kroeger, Dick Kyllo,
Ray Crawford and Jerry Patie.
Kroeger wax the big scorer of
the tournament as he calmly
chewed his gum and showed the
fans Why be was an All Winne
State High School player and
was offered a scholarship to But Butler
ler Butler University. Kroeger led the
U.S. Army Signal Service of Fort
Clayton to a winning 50 record
as he averaged 32 points per
ga me.
The runner-up for the oustand oustanding
ing oustanding player award was Kroeger's
teammate, Diek Kyllo, who aver averaged
aged averaged a nifty 28 points per con contest.
test. contest. Kyllo was a good playmak playmaker,
er, playmaker, outstanding shooter and tre tremendous
mendous tremendous sportsman through the
tourney.

Big League Teams Break
Into Flurry Of Swapping

The i Baltimore Orioles ,tradsd
southpaw pitcher Jack Harshman
to the Boston Red Sox for another
lefthander, Billy Hoeft, yeaterday
as big-league teams broke into a
flurry of player-swapping to beat
the trading deadline that goes in into
to into effect at midnight.
And the emphasis was on pitch,
ing talent with the clubs heading
into summer dayc tbat,,,will put
hurling staffs to the test.
The Orioles and Red Sox had
high hopes that the two lefties
they swapped would at last live
up to their promise. A year ago
at this time Harshman ranked
as the ace of the Baltimore staff
with a record of 5-0 and the con converted
verted converted first baseman appeared to
be at the peak of his career.

But he slipped badly after that
and wound up at 12-17 for the
season. This year he has an 0-6
record, has failed to finish any of
his eight starts and has a 7.42
earned run average. Hoeft, whom
Boston obtained from Detroit ear earlier
lier earlier this year, has a 1-4 mark and
a 7.23 e.r.a.
In other action on the player
mart this week end:
The Red Sox and Washington
Senators called off their trade in
which the Senators gave Boston
relief pitcher Dick Hyde in ex exchange
change exchange for Murray Wall. Hyde
complained of a sore arm when
he reported to Boston and the
two clubs agreed to cancel the
swap. Left intact, however, was
the part of the deal in which
Washington gave infielder Herb
Plews to Boston for infielder Bil Billy
ly Billy Consolo.

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ed bettered the existing world discus re.
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set by Fortune Oordien of the
United States n 1953.

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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
John Saxon
Sandra Dee
"THE RESTLESS YEARS"

Wed. "My Son John"

MARGARITA 7:00
Wendell Corey
"The Great Missouri Raid"

Wed. "International Police"

1G AMBOA Betsy Palmer
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Wednesday "The Restless Years"

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PPILLARS OF "Monster From
THE SKY" he Ocean Floor"

MATIKES TOMORROW!

MARGARITA 2:30 p.m,
"GOOD MORNING
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Bunning third was the bright brightest
est brightest light for the runner-up Bat Battery
tery Battery D, 517th Artillery cagers nt
Fort Amador, Ray Crawf or d.
Cravdord was 'consistently one of
the best players on the floor in
every game Battery D played.
Crawford managed his best shots
while he is driving under the bas basket
ket basket and setting from 15-21 feet
out. In a day- when the jump shot
is the only shot used by a num number
ber number of players, Crawford seen
to prefer the hardddving teeh-1
Inique to gain his points. Craw Crawford
ford Crawford averaged 23 pomts per game.
Jerry Petrie of the 3700th Air
Base Group from Albrook
ran fourth:la the- selections. Pe Petrie
trie Petrie eVireged' a lusty 21 points
per game and displayed great
talent as a ballhandler and play playmaker.
maker. playmaker. Although his team failed
to gain a spot in the finals, Pe Petrie
trie Petrie managed to become one of
the most popular players in the
tourney.
Many good ballplayers were un unveiled
veiled unveiled during the tournament and
throughout the upeoming 'mason
the names Kroeger, Kyllo, Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, Petrie, Agan, West, Self,
Burbach, Hansen, Feeter, Tome Tomenek,
nek, Tomenek, Christian, McGovern, Wilt,
Maschka, Phyllis, Palmer, Wilson
and Baker will become familiar
names to everyone who follows
PAP Basketball. All these men,
and many more, displayed great
talent with a basketball and were
excellent representatives of tneir
various branch of the Armed
Forces.

The ,St.,,14,14,;Cardinals 1-gurchased
third baseman Dick Gray
from Los Angeles.
PHILS SILL 'ROAN
The Philadelphia Phi Ries sold
38-year-old catcher Jim Began to
the San Francisco Giants and re recalled
called recalled piteher Dick Farrell from
Buffalq, of the, Interniktional,
League. Farrell, a relief ace 'ast
season who went sour late in the
year, was recalled because of sev several
eral several injuries on 'the Phi ls' pitch pitching
ing pitching staff.
Los Angeles recalled outfielder
Frank ,Howard from Victoria of
the Texas League, where be was
hitting .37Q with 27 homers.
The Pittsburgh Pirates bought
veteran righthander Bob Porter Porterfield
field Porterfield from the Chicago Cubs and
sold pitcher R. G. Smith to the
Detroit Tigers.
And the Phillies dug down deep'
a reported sdemo worthfor an- I
otner -onus nany." tie's berry'
Daniels, a 19-year-old recent high
sdhool graduate from Birmingham
Ala., wno is rated a good hitting
prospect. He Is the fifth bonus
player signed by the Phils within
the past two weeks for a total
estimated outlay of $290,000.
Daniels is slated for the Phils'
Johnson City, Tenn., farm club.

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' Panama bantamweight -Hector
Hicks said today he litrived at
his Colon home Saturday with
only $388 although', Marataibo
nioters Balsan and Morales prom promised
ised promised him a guarantee of $1008 and
411 expenses paid to 'Bght
zuelan Nelson -ratrada' who knock knocked
ed knocked out Hicks iii!aeven,T oOnds
June 5, inMarattibO.4.4'
Hicks said- most otritis mon montoy
toy montoy wont ki fer,hie food,
to his Venssuolan 4reinor and
wends and a' bli'-fax bite
which the government took.
The 11-year-old lighter, who de declared
clared declared he hoped liej had seen the
last of Maracaibo promoters, box boxing
ing boxing commission officials and fight
fans, said he got ;uraw deal"
from the Venezuelani,:
The promoters, Hicks said, dup duped,
ed, duped, him -into beBrOng' he would
leave that totintl-olvith most, if
not all, (410341 ;rguarantee";
the commission f,in''general, and
secretary 'Antonin rifilero in. par particular,
ticular, particular, refwied to 'give him
fair hearing When ,he sought Jus Juslicev
licev Juslicev and many fans threatened
hinl in, his .',hotel,, and in the
stre;t; with bodily harm if he f
beat Estrada.

HECTOR HICKS
Acgording to Hicks, Piiii Pro
"forced" him into signing a do dociiirient'which
ciiirient'which dociiirient'which gave his Venezue Venezuelanihindlers
lanihindlers Venezuelanihindlers the right to a eutrof
Hicks' purse.
Whorl the Panama Man balked
at signing, Mier "got nas
ty," and amid "throats," at
cusod Hicks of "making like
Floyd Pattorson, or somobody,"
Ploctor said.
Hicks said he bad a great deal
of trouble in4collecting after the
fight was over. He said there was
talk that the promoters had lost
8000 bolivares in putting over the
program and that was why they
did not want to pay.

The Colon boxor, who fought
out of Panama for the first
time, addoal, that it was after
-a sympathotic sports w ritr
published a story of his plight
that he rocaivod soma cash
from Saturn and Morales.
,Hicks1 manager-trainer Kenneth
Nightingale, accompanied the fight fighter
er fighter to Maracaibo On May 19, for
the fight which orginally sched scheduled
uled scheduled for May 23.
When the date was changed to
June 5, the trainer came home
because he had to return to his
regular Colon job from whicn he
had been granted only a week's
leave.
Hicks declared that contrary to
published reports Nightingale was
in no way responsible for the
boxer's problems in Venezuela.
He added that he and his train trainer
er trainer are on the best of terms.

BALBOA 2:00 p.m.
''HEABT OF VIRGINIA"
and Serial

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Buffalo; Richmond
Win By Identical
10-4 Stores In IL
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NEW YDRIC,'Jilne 16 (UPI)
Buffalo and Richmond are so
close in the International stand standings
ings standings that even their last night
winning scores were identical.
The first place Bisons, leading
RkchmonCby .a half-game, down downed'
ed' downed' the Columbus,Jets, 10-4, while
the tees beat Rochester, 10-4.
Buffalo built a 7-0 lead before
Dick Bunker allowed Columbus
its first run in the seventh in inning.
ning. inning. The Bisons scored three
more in the eighth to put the
lame out of renal for the Jets
and give Bunker his sixth win of
the year. ..
Frank Herrera clouted his 15th
homer of the season for Buffalo
as 'be continued to pace the
league in that department.
,Bill, Short issued 12 hits as he
Went the rote for his sixth Rich Richmond
mond Richmond victory. The Vees, paced
by -Frit Bricker' seventh hom homer,,
er,, homer,, Min mered Rochester pittning
Sofia hits. t
Havana, Maimi,, ldontreal and
Toronto were not scheduled scheduled,
, scheduled,
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TODAY ENCANT0'-2315
WAI1001 $115.00
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Fun Duel' In, Durango
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San Francium, 34 27 JS71"
Pittsburgh 32 t 29 .525
Chicago 31 AS .517 312
Los Anosios 32 30 .516 VA
Cincinnati 28 32- .467 612
St. Louis 25 33 '.431 VA
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Today'l 'Games
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh lit Chicago
Cincinnati at San Francisco (N)
Philadelphia 'et St, Limb (T-N)
Yesterday's Results.'

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Milwaukee 0, Los Angeles 4.

Of Balboa Wins
Baseball' Award

Cecil Raybourno, of Balboa
was awarded the A. J. Robert Robertson
son Robertson Momorial Award w c h
goos annually to tit most val.
'tibia baseball., playor at Brad Bradloy
loy Bradloy University, at tho 13th an annual
nual annual Honors Day monypeation
hold Tuasday, May, ,27.

tard to. make :a comeback all

IClevoland 24 J7I
Chicago. 22 -7362
, Dotroit ; 32 27,,,S42 1141...;
Baltimore 4' 32 22 ,'3011, '31At;,' a
Novo 'York 27- 22 422 7 vot
Kansas' City 22 7.473
Boston ,25 33 .431 s$4-1,
Washington ,424
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Chicago at ',New YpritAN)
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Boston 100 000 000-1 3 3, in')
Bell (6-5) and Brown. .:,,1
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An even half dozen imported Leading jockey Dianne', Sae
thoroughbreds were entered yestwon six races over the weekend'
terday for the $3,000 added one to up hia total to 126 for this seL:t
mile and one-quarter Frouth of Jointer, 30 less than his record
July Classic. The brilliant three'. set last year. It iveyident thstt'
year-old colt Bob, which gallop- with only. 'four 'melte' rimainhig
ed to an 11-length. victory Sunday, in' this six-month period'-',Brauilo'
in the- Press Classic-4040Pa the ZIA. I will not even come laitit,:, to' 1118-'
Also entered areAdreteh-burning record-shattering 041,-elop hir-lbgt;
Constantino, disappointing It u e nilast haN of 1958. : ,- - --tMozo
II, improved Mi Deseo, El Runnerup Sandino Xernaidte
'runchi and Vergniaux. Weights WOA two races to bring his totiti,;
for this annual feature will be as- to 36 -only one whmer Mote Mote'
' Mote' signed by handicapper Petrotile than third place Amado 'Credidieet
ddle Arciro. Dick ,,,',
Alonso. ,. Jose Moe is fourth with n wine";
A notable absence froin the list
of entries is track champion iftui iftuidie
die iftuidie which wasp,MttlforniiMft.
for reasons unknOwn.,,,V T ;It ,,, z'S , ,
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Local racing enjoyed anotherin Feet' To Leave ""
successful weekend when $125,129 9
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n pita! Soon .ki;',
were pushed through the Pad- Ily oios
mutuels machines.' The bettors
wagered $57,597 on Saturday and
plunged to the tune of $67,532 ,on ,i1-1-..
NEW YORK (UN) ';-Eddie Awl
Sunday. ,
Suffered a near fatal spill Saturo)
. 000, , caro, racing's No.--1 jockey whi,:
I day, was back up on lus feet liA.1
gain today, looking hopefully two
The stewards cracked down
en Daniel Barren and Jess Re
ably within a few days.
yes with 12 meets each fer -net an early hospital discharge-probextending
their mounts Den
Grau and !limbs, respectively
-in Saturday's fifth race. Shah 1
Gal, which' was Antoluttall from The 43-year-old Arcaro. thrown thrownfrom
from thrownfrom his mount,-111ack Hills, isC
the hotting, oasily won tit rase' the Belmont Stakes was alloweS,
with Julie Om runnarup.
to take a few steps. today in his'"
The only other rider suspended room at Physicians Hospita, and"
was Ricardo Prestan who got he told friends that he expected::
six meets for twice crossingEm- to continue riding. ,P,
pire Cross with Otorongo in Sat SatHowever,
However, SatHowever, he was a bit wobbly
urday's second race.
Elko, which nosed out Herme-)shotiofnisndaelfeetmizz, fereoemen,etehiecek-afetaffer eeredffeekl
lino in Saturday's second race,
ctacular ,spill, -and his per,
physician, Dr- Alexander
got a 15-day suspension from the
veterinarian when he finished 1
I Kaye, said that he would not dia-4
lame in left front ankle.
got a charge Arcaro until he was sure':
King's Park, winner of Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's seventh race, also the amed Jockey was ever his.
15-day penalty when he nag cr I
azaleas. , '"'
found to be suffering pain-in his , - .,
left foreleg 'after winning. ,,
gets op on his feet," Mrs. Arca-
Crews Hill got' four meets for "Eddie. iih still diziy -when her
leather hesper
and iu sdbga n dm.,
refusing at the start of Sunday's
seventh race. The, horse has el- ru nsdaalyd ,ost,,Dit.,...r.
ready been penalized for this Kaye told me that Eddie was go
same irregularity. n to be
i g all right but he won't
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be coming home until the- dizzi
The surprising success of Jour-
neyman jockey Offillermo San- leave"im"
chez .at the Ilipodrmo 'de Its A- A crowd of 38,105 and a 'nation
mericas has csased many to're to're,
, to're, al television audience thought Ar Armark
mark Armark that there must be in it- caro was 'killed when Black Hills
cute shortage 'of good. riders at I
the Mexican track. -,, ,,, .., l?roic,,c his right .shin ,bone while

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Kaye, said that he would not dia4.
charge Arcaro mail he was aura,
the famed jockey was ever his.
dizziness. ''"
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"Eddie ishstill dizzywhen hei
gets up on his feet," Mrs. Arca Arcaro
ro Arcaro said after spending most
Sunday with her husband. "Dr. i
Kaye told me that Eddie was go going
ing going to be all right but he won't
be coming hiime until the dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness leaves him."

m---e-r-ic-- i- "Arr"" "c A1111, 11- I A crowd of 38,105 and a nation- I
as as causeu many to re- al television audience thought Ar Armark
mark Armark that there must be in tticbaroroke
whaiss right shin bone while
killed when Black Hills
cute shortage ,of good riders at
the Mexican track. 1, battling for the lead in the Triple
Last week Sanchez rode three
t h r e e!Crown classic at Belmont Park
winners on Atiednesday,, ;won by the Brookmeade Stable's
more on Thursday and wound up
oy :Sword Dancer. ':...,,,- ,,,
his work in,. a blaze of glory 11 1,1'" I
pushing horee 'live- winners on Black Hills, a bay colt owned
Saturday. t ' by the King Ranch, went down
o0o8 on the stretch turn '4,f the mils
The Spanish-language daily El and one-half race secands after
Pais has moved to the front in it appeared that he would catch
the tipsters con'test-, again. Aee up to the front-running Bagdad
selector, Eduardo (Yule), Carrasco and Mantissa Mauler. .1
Who won last month, is going When the, horsobuckled, as it
great guns. and seems a goot betfbe had stepped into A hole, Ar ', 4
to sweep the honors in the sec- caro was thrown',over and !an&
ond quarter of this year.
000 ed' on bis head in the mud aLd
Hernani Mora, who is training water:, 4ockey Walter Blub abut
bard to make a comeback at I was sent ', sprawling when h i s
the local ova, is expected ta ride mount, Lake Erie, botmced Ott
this weekend for the first time Black Hills. Blum' escaped Wu Wuin
in Wuin five years. , ry but Arcaro remained pros prosMora
Mora prosMora enjoyed great early trate in the mud, not moving a
success, in the 41.3,1, under tho muscle- '' i ,,
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name of Henri Mere but grad- ',,, '' ''. 7 : ,,' 4' 'A,
ually dropped ttromho lime ', Arcata, also woUnd Up With a
Hof and finally wouhd,,up al.7, severe' sprain of, thelteek, contu contumesudestitute.
mesudestitute. contumesudestitute. '14 wilt ride hil- OiOna Pt, the chest ,,Itnd,muscular
chaux thia weekend,' it has bruiseso over variOus parrs of his
bodY. He has been in more than
been reported.
----o0o 40 spills since he first started
Brote, which has apparently riding almost 30 years ago but

--o0o lo spuis since ne first started
I Brote, which has apparentidriding almost 30 years ago but
ilost form, will be sent to Cerro this was the closest call he baS
Azul by his trainer, Juan A. Ji- had since 1933 when he was tram trammenes
menes trammenes III, for a, rest period et.pled by, a horse at Washingtosi ,,-
several months. iPark in Chicago. ,, ,1 7

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Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cleveland at Boston (NI, ()
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litstralt;
the woekend
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his record
'evident thstV,
ts' remaining
5riod -ErauliC
nest:: to' his hisWilt
Wilt hisWilt Xernaidee
lag his total;
rhmer mote.
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jockey who,:
I spill Saturo)
his feet st.,I
hopefully terii
cam. thrown thrownck
ck thrownck Hills, in inwas
was inwas allowet,
today in his-.
Hospita, and"
he expected::
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bit wobbly
after effects;
Suffered kg:
and his per.
Alexander
ould not din,
be was suru:
ta ever his.
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Mrs. Arca-
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band., "Dr.
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it goit he won't
the Maxi Maxind
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thought nationthought Ar ArBlack
Black ArBlack Hills
bone while
in the Triple
imont Park
ade Stable's
colt owned
went down
the mils
condi, after
would catch
ing Bagdad
led, as ig
a hole, Ar4, ',
and land landm
m landm mud aLd
Blob also
when h
Kitmced oft
soaped inni innisined
sined innisined prim primmoving
moving primmoving a
up with
contu contuId.
Id. contuId. ,muscular
parts of his ,,
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irst started
rs ago but I
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title, defending champiOn Anibal Galindo figured
the Braios.Brook golf course perfectly tor the sec second
ond second week in a row with an even par,70.-

Combining thiewith his first,
Med oven par 70 gives Galindo
a 140 for thefirst 36 holes,Trall holes,Tralling
ing holes,Tralling Galindo by' three strokes is 'the
Firth Flight golfer from Sutnmit
Hills golf club, Jack Smith.
Uicky Strikers' have until Min?
down next Saturday, June 20 to
play their Ibird.tound. All golfers
will play the wind-up round next
Sunday, June 2,1

Othor oien par 'rounds turnotl Third Flight
in last Wool( wereMesa of '16- ,,
yoar,old Robin ?Molina and Rio irenen,,w., 78.80.t.58
old time slugger Jim Riley. Nelson, 83-84467
Merland's s'eundr, moved him idenhoza, 90-81-41
from fifth place to third placo Dowmng, 8-85472
with Riley. moving from eighth slaughttr, 88-91-179
to 4ourth. -'-' - Reet., 88-91-178
rind Hultdquist IntiVed ahead of Bauey, 8183484
- Charle'y French lit the second; kiazaro, 81.80,87,
flight and now holds a One -stroke! t einanam, 8,...,4487
kat ; Jones, 94-93487
' l' 'Freanheaa, 81-98-189
In the third!' -flight 'Worden Collins, '99-83-19Z'
Frelich retained fill lead increas- Kaplan, 98-99-197
intjt io eight strokes with Nelson :
hanging on to second place four .'ourth Flight
Strokes ahead of Mendoza.
If.' F. Thompson has turned in; Iitompson Jo 85.85
tWo consecutive 85's to 'lead thel moore; 854'0475
fourth flight with 170. Moore trails Wheeler, 89-88-177
Thompson with '175, wMle Mal- LaCbapelle, 87-93480
colit Wheeler moved into the Essliiiger, 89-91-180
third spot with 177. Riley, Jim Jr., 87-95-11
In- the dubber's flight, or fifth Dedeaux, 93-90-183
,flight, 'Jack Anderson is proving Merrill, 93-90-183
himself not to be a dubber by turn- Leigh, 93-91-184
ing in an 86-89 175 total for the SimOn; 94-90,484
first i6 holes.' Doutetrirtiving An-1 Tortoricci, 89-07-186
derson a run for his money as he watson, 88411487
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H. F. Thompson has turned itri litompsou JO... 85-85-170
WO consecutive 85's to 'lead the' moore, 85.9'0475
fourth flight with 170. Moore trails Wheeler, 89-88-177
Thompson with 15, wMle Mal- LaChapelle, 87-93-180
eolit Wheeler moved into the Esslinger, 89-91-180
third spot with 177. Riley, Jim Jr., 87-95-182
In- the dubber's flight, or fifth Dedeaux, 93-90-183
Ilight, Jack Anderson is proving Merrill, 93-90-183
himself not to be a dubber by turn- Leigh, 93-91-184 '
ing in an 86-89 175 total for the SimOn, 94-90;184 -.
first 36 holes.' Doucetrirtiving An-' Tortoricci, 89-07-186
derson a run for his money as he watson, 96411487
turtrOi in rounds of 86-97-177 to SLephens, 93-96-189
,,trPit! by only two strokes. Musser, 99-92-119
k Chlinplete results of the first 38
Itolas of play -in the 1959 Lucky Sharp, 102-96-198
Hertgen, 103-99-202
Inks Tourn a m ent are:
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Morland: 11 75-70-1-.)
11110, Jim, 76-70-146
Cumplon, .73-74-147
Hamse, 71-77-149.
Kathieson, 76,74458
Geo., 76-75-151.
Citedwirk,, 75-77-1.52. ,,,
Janrutli 746-153.
LeBrun, 78-76-154
Jacks, 78-78-154
, Fritneey, 78,78-154
31,assol, 77-78-155
- Mine, Jeff 77-79-156
Starinen 78-80-158
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Maduro, 79-76-155
Hale, 78-77-155
A Puller, '78-78-156
, Johnson, 78-81-159
Lombrola, 81-80-161
Morland, Gil '78-84-162
Morro, 83-79-162
Destondes., 82-84-168'
Nordstrom; '114416-170
Bonliorni, '8544-171 4'
Lally, 91-82-173
Wiliam. 84-95-179

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Bauey, 91-93-184
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Mosley, 92-93-185
Lloyd, 98-88-186
Stemple, 102-89-191
Danliesen, 97-96-193
' Hernandez; 102-92-194
' Swisher, 9748-195
BUrnstein, 10147-198
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Hun, 104-107-211
Gesilc, 108-103-211
Lucas, 107-196-213.

Weekly Balboa
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Begin FridaY

Weekly swim meets, sponsored
by the Summer Recreation Baard
in cooperation Nvith the Division
of Schools, will begin at 9 a.m.
gn Friday June 190, at the Bal Baloa
oa Baloa pool, for children 648 year
Hof age. The age grotto that the
contestant will swim in, will be
determined by the age he or she
will be on August 1, 1959.
The ',point system will be used
to determine, the winners in each
age Imp, will receive weekly
prizes of a 45 :cent movie ticket
for second place and an extra
bar of candy for ,third place All
participants will 'receive a candy
bar.
This meet will be followed by
four,more on the Fridays of June
28, July 17, and July 24. At
the Aast meet,, the total number
ef plants earned by each contes contestant
tant contestant will be added up and the bov
and girl in each age group with
the most points will rec3ive
trophies for first, second and
third places. Contestants muSt
compete in At east three swim
meets to 'be eligible, for these
prizes.

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1 to left) Mlan Thmter, alio Worsham, Mike Monas, Tim Lane, Bobby Bacot, Robin Lane, Mike Hayes, Trenton
I Price, Ne 1s011 Borrer0, Norry FuSsell, Pablo Carr Emilio, Andres Borrero and manager Noris Fussell.

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JOE WILLIAMS

On our way le New liatedl-lo feel there are people everywhere
see one of the heirs cap and who are principally interested in
gowned (and parental pride comp th game itself. I don't want so
'pels tuCto insist that if he looked sound smug. But if records
no smarter than his classmates, indicative then our teams, year
he certainly looked no' dumber) in and year out, must play the
we stopped over in Greenwich to game very well.
visit George Weiss. Maybe Irs the Game
We folind the ,ontiecPicut ,aquire. "Making proper allowance for
anxiously. crouglaet-beWamc 'M the emotionalism beseball rivalries
screen an his Alen:Ala tilled engender, and conceding its vi viautographs,
autographs, viautographs, baseball and Mulin tality as a inter actor I'd dhat to
cartoons, for a dizzy moment Mr. think there isn't something about
Spalding's branch stores, or back the game and the individual tal talin
in talin our own sports department. ents that. doesn't have a' genuine genuineMr.
Mr. genuineMr. Weiss was watching the ly basic appeal. Besides by now,
Cleveland double-header, and sip- I'd have to believe the 'novelty of
, ping of all things a glair' of hating us would have worn off."
milk. There is nothing about the lac lacon
on lacon a diet,Viatt grinaated inert thatilittlitere-teastifig wetr
"The doe's orders.' bellicosity or else the gentlemen
The Indians Tito Franconi had might have spiritedly mentioned
'just walloped a homer to stiffen that Yankee hating has been a
the Stadium come-backers in the very profitable commodity if you
opener. Mr. Weiss stared loath- persisted i,n calling it that, for
ingly at the milk. This was a sit- both the Yankees and ther corn cornnation
nation cornnation whici plainly called for Petitors.
, have outdrawn every team in
the kind of liquid a man coulel For years now the Yankees
wash his anguish, in.-
Theres a real -"Yankee hater, bothAeagues on the road, Evert
that fellow. A cheap .250 hitter in '54 when the Indians broke 'Die
who made only one home rim last Case's string, they outdrew the
season, only one the season he. transient champion by 160,000.
fore yet already this season he's Ted Williams is supposed to be
ruined us three times. One of the th'e game's biggest ,box office at atastonishing
astonishing atastonishing things about the Yan- traction. Yet the Yankees out outkees1
kees1 outkees1 general manager is the de- drew the Red Sox on the road
tailed book be has on the other (excluding New York and Box Boxguys.
guys. Boxguys. Subsequent ,'theck proved ton) by a MASSIVO
him precisely correct as to Fran- ,season.
,700,000 la st
cona's career 'batting average. Zka Zsa should be hated so
and skimpy '57, '58 home -un good goodproduction.
production. goodproduction. Players Askd for It
"The official paid attendance.' RYlle Duren, making his second
the announcer was saying, "is aPPeorance as a reliefer in lite
Order in the ninth to) proteet a ono
59,823," baseball's largest crowl afternoon, bad retired the side in
run Yankee edge for an even
of the year for ieague play.' The
four games on the Lake Front
break, and Mr. Weist turned to
drew 8129,094; the three preced
the controveraial second All-Star
ing ones in Detroit, 100,601. The
229,695 agregate as well as the tames.
year is wise or not, the fans will
series totals, were local highS for "Whether two of them the same
tbe season. Winning or loshig,
first or sixth, it appeared there ultimately decide. It is important
were no dearth of Yankea hat. to remernber, the players not on oners?
ers? oners? ly requested this one, but it wax
ed their lawyer (J. Norman Lew-
Mechanically, Mr. Weiss drop their first request lines they drop dropped
ped dropped an ice cube in the bovine P
brew and stirred it listlessly. "I is). When they dropPed him,'
wonder if this 'hate the Yankees' charges were made they wcre
stuff isn't exaggerated? Natural- ridiculous. Still if I'! request
ly I realize it'S fun to knock off 'had been rejected, the critics,
the top team, and human nature would have been in a position to,
to root for the ,underclog. Say: Without a smart guy to tight
"At the same time, I lllte to OW battles, look what happens

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Management is very happy arA
proud to announce that its bowl bowling
ing bowling center is now under the
supervision of E. J. "Curly" Bates.
,Bates is one of the most
'loved and respected of the old
JHo's in bowling cercles here in
the Canal Zone.
All bowlers in the C, Z. and in
Panama are cordialy invited to
come and bowl in friendly Ourun Ourundu
du Ourundu as Curly's guests. The Club
House has purchased now G. E.
electric fans and these portables
, are all over the place, so Curun Curundu
du Curundu is now the coolest bowling cen center
ter center in the Canal Zone.
Open bowling during vacation
time is now available here except
cod !rt,irtlAy, -and- ttMoifr
day nights, (6 to 8). For the
present., the Balboa Men's Sum Summer
mer Summer Bowling League uses onl 4
lanes on Thursday Nights.
Curly announces that many
tournainents and bowiing deroy 5
will be coming up here oaring va vacation
cation vacation time. Listen on Li.N.
ana watch 'the Gaily news print
tor these apeCial events.
These will be classitted as to
averages, so every bowler will
have an equal cnance tor tne
nig prizes. Averages wiii be i)-b
on 3 game series rolled here in
Lurunau. Wnenever oowling nei'e
ih Curunau. Wnenever powitng
here ana you want to quaiiiy
tor your 8 game series you must
notity tne' bowling centtr attenu attenuant
ant attenuant oelore Dowling of your inten intention,
tion, intention, so ne can coeck your beric:i
anu log it in. 1
In toe nowiing derby's the two
hignest series in eau category, I
Junior, Men, women ana
doubles wilt compete tor the win-
ner, and prizes.
Inere aiso be a bowlir4,,
derby, picking the two nigaest
qualnying series In each catego category
ry category trom the auferent posts -nd
pieces on tne Isthmus. So in lodg lodgmg
mg lodgmg in your series oe sure to nave
your address recoraed also.
In making up nowling parties
to come here and bowi, plcabc
call in for reservations to insure
your lanes. Also tor leagues now
during the summer vacation and
want to use our center, it would
be appreciated; Cali in for reser reservation.
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to the players. The Simon Levee
owners hrow them out on their
ears."
And so, in due course, to iNew
Haven where we hear Rev. Wil William
liam William Coffin admonish the frethly
minted geniuses against striving
for "middle class security" ttaat's
un-American?) and president
Whitney Griswold, no less, in re redundant
dundant redundant eulogy, "unassumingly
modest" and, finally, to the rhi
Gam club house to be affection.
stely greeted by the heir, "hey
pop here's a tab you can pick
up'' .bright college years.

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day. Sunday. There will be a prize for
the highest 3 game series rolled
for juniors men, women a n d
mixed doubles.
To all bowlers, make the Cu Curundu
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By JOE McDAVID
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) A
chance remark gave Walter An Anderi,on
deri,on Anderi,on the idea for a new fishing
plug-7a two-In-one lure he hopes
will attract both fishermen and
fish.
Called "The Plug With the
Bug,"- it made of plastic
colored, 'and half clear. Encased
in the clear plastic is a-bug which
seems to wiggle univitingly as the
plug moves through the water.
"II the plug 'doesn't,get 'em the
hug certain!y should, said An Andertoh,
dertoh, Andertoh, a husky former prize
bghter and one-time restaurant
owner.
One day nearly three years ago.
Anderton was in a novelty shop
toying with a plastic "ice cube"
containing what seemed to be an
insect. The idea wes for practical
jokers to drop the tube into a
drink so the drinker would be believe'
lieve' believe' there was a bug in his ice.
Anderton recalled that a man
watching him said, "Boy, if that
had soome hooks on it, I bet It
would catch some fish."
"That started me thinking," he
said. "I realized would' have to
come up' with the right weight
balance to get the right action in
the water."
Anderton made a model and
tried it out.
"The first time I used it
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"I went everywhere from St.,
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Anderton returned to Memphis,:
formed a corporation to get more 'r
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limited a man in Memphis who
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I Anderton showed off his plugs
at the national Sporting GOoris,
Show in Chicago last winter. Be'
said they were "the hit" of the
f;shing and tackle division.
Anderton has three types of
bug plugs a top-water lure, a
semi-diver and a deep-runner.
"Give the deep runner slack It
it snags on the bottom and it will
float back up to the surface,"
he said. "A lot of fishermen have
complaned to me that they
couldn't recover other deep run runners
ners runners that, hung up. This one over overcomes
comes overcomes that."
Each type of plug comes in five
colors. They are intended for
fresh. water fishing only. tout An Anderton
derton Anderton says he plsns to bring out
some salt water "Plugs with the
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"Before I get through," he said,
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Fester cottages. bewails Santa
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rotas. Phone Balboa 1866.
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FOR RENT:--Large chalet with
e pacious grounds and outbuild outbuildings,
ings, outbuildings, suitable for residence or
business. Call Tel. 3-7307. Pa Pan
n Pan eond.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom chalet,. liv living
ing living room. dining room, kitchen,
maid's room, earate, etc. For six
months. 95th Stmet No. 41,
$185.00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Comp !slimly fur furrsishod
rsishod furrsishod sioncrote chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water, road facing
Paitilla Airfiold 109. Call 3-
0553.
FOR RENT;New tha'let, throe
bedrooms with air conditioner,
mald'e room with bathroom, hot
water. Information. Tel. 2-1382.
FOR RENT:Vaeation quarters
from lune 20th to Aug. 20th.
Will ateopt two touoles 5253-11
. Diablo. Phone 2-3315.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT:Local commercial
at Jests Arosomena A No.
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RENT:-04,14itoo in Voila
IBENT:-0.0fficco Valla VallaAns
Ans VallaAns Building. For information
call Tel. I-6700. Mr. Jack
Marcor.
FOR SALE: 316.80 square
motors, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street, be beCoven
Coven beCoven Automobile Row and Fran Fran&Omni
&Omni Fran&Omni Street. floe to Auto &sr &sr$235.00.
$235.00. &sr$235.00. Phone 2-0481
Office hours.
Rooms
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'tithed housekeeping r so,
dlinthie soashoofrieerater, hots
IP1-1 Private oatmeal and bath.
room. No. 1 12ed. Street Tot.
3.0838.
FOR RINTIFirroMmi room
bathroom and Imago. Bachelor et
couple. Fhons 1-2147, Son II MI"
ileac hat 97 Shoot No. 11.
POR RENT: Modiorn bort
commercial sites. auitable for of oft
t oft floor or businoes, Roar NOM 111
Panama. Phone 2-4516..
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pups. Call 1-117t ler Informs Informs'
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RENTzelisautiful two bed bed.
. bed. room Apartnsent, very spacious;
best sectiour of Campo Alegre.
Living room. dining room. ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage. ate.
Very cool. Enquire beside Gua Guatemalag
temalag Guatemalag Embassy ot(31 Street.
FOR RENT:--Boautiful two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, modern aoartmont in Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, hot waft', Tol. 3-
0702.
FOR RENT:Boautifully fur furnitho6
nitho6 furnitho6 two bedroom apartment
in Campo Alegre for 6 to 11
months. $165 month. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2129 during offics hours.
FOR RENT: Throe bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette.
largo kitchen, front and back
porches, a "L" Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangreio, Tel.
3-6170, 2-2379.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartnsent,
nsent, apartnsent, two bedroom, one air-con.
ditioned, new furniture. "Bel "BelWares
Wares "BelWares Buildino", opposite San Santuario.
tuario. Santuario. Phone 1-7921.
FOR ItENT:--In the bost
dontial 'moor of Cangrelo. Mod Modern
ern Modern and very spacious 3 bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, kitchen, 2 bathroom, sesol sesolorate
orate sesolorate maid's room, garage, hot
and cold water. Selected nighbor nighborhood,
hood, nighborhood, $145.00 monthly. Phone
2-4516.
FOR RENT:In modirre El Can Canprole,
prole, Canprole, opacities two bedroom
apartment. living room, dining
room kitchen, two bathroom,
separate,. maid'e room, hot and
cold water. 6120.00 monthly.
Phone 2-4516.
FOR RENT:Ileautiful Duplex
apartment, perch, terraces, gar gardens.
dens. gardens. Casa Va Harlon, Tangelo.
mien, Avenida Mt 9. Phone 4-
1016.
FOR RENT:Modern and cool
three bedroom apartment, two
bathroom, two air-conditroner
instalrations, !arise livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, balcony,
terrace, hot water, maid's serv service
ice service and.lamodm, indopondeoN.
lataseddiano aome lemtlOdtd(4
boyhood, Mow oust Oter Mute.
Iambi Monks Ave., El Canal"-
ND, information Apartment No. 2.
FOR NINTi Two owl throe
loiroom apottloont. hot wow,
tolevision onton t000tetihi
Tol. 3-6,11t.
o orcyc e
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FOR SALLCushmen Neter
Scooter 195t Model. Engine re rebuilt.
built. rebuilt. new carbureter. new paint
lob. Excellent condition. Call
()worry Heights 4172.
PERSONIS 1
"APHELIA "AIN' Mfie ale
Pimm MI Off Wimps Co 11 'u 'unblock.
nblock. 'unblock. 3188.
GIORGI D. 1A1111
turepean spinal adjustment tech techniques,
niques, techniques, Re loess of nervous stress
arid strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Orthe-kinesiolots,
14-49 Ave. 13. letudiante,
11. 9 to 1 and 3 to Tol. 1-
;915. appoinhnent.
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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Peraonnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
Olt PICW earl
AGENCY DEBLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4964 3-4985
All TYPel of Auto Insurance
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STOWEO-AWAY IN ERROR
SAN FRANCISCO (UPDShar (UPDSharon
on (UPDSharon Forsberg, a San Francisco
State Co Ilge student who stowed
away on a ship to Hawaii, dis dis&KW('
&KW(' dis&KW(' today that it was quite a
mistake. The man stie went to
Honolulu to mxt was in New York
City when atia got them

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Automob.iles
FOR SALE: 1956 Vktp1114,
maey extras. Price right.. CeN
Gatin 532.
a
TO TRADE: 1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtop Riyeria. Dyne, low,
good tires, excellent mechanical
condition. Desire 1955-1957 4-
door Station Waefm with auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Pay cash
difference. Call Quarry Heights
4172.
FOR SALE:-1948 Ford 2-door,
good tires and battery, depend dependable,
able, dependable, $175.00. 3-7810.
FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con..
dition, $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. Ity.. may be
seen at East bridge gate, Gatun
locks, days. 8049-A, Margarita.
Evenings.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Biscayne, 4 door sedan, two tons
with white wall nylon tires, ra radio.
dio. radio. hydramatic transmission,
perfect condition. duty free. Call
Panama 3-7665, between 7:30
a m. and 9:30 a.m.
FOR SALE:-1959 Dodge two
door, hardtop, white wall tiros,
two tone. 5-169 Gahm.
FOR SALE: 58 Volkswagen
$1400.00. Phone office Balboa
5324. Home 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac, 4
door, $100.00, good condition.
Diablo Heights., friouio 5253,
apartment B.
Morris Minor 1958 only 2,000
miles showroom condition
$1,300. Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtoo Rivioto, DYnotlow
good tires, excellent mechanics!
condition. Disire,4555-115,.64.
dirt Station Wagon with' auto-.
matie transmission. Pay cash
difference. Cali NMI Height'
4172.
FOR SALE:-1931 Buick 3323
or best cash offer, 1 Rattan chair
and stool, 1 dining table, 1 els,
vim 4,141,,,Radi,,Balboa 2-4337.
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. HI-FI Transitore
epecielist. We tonics all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee ova OA. We imam
antes It.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panaing.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Pr ttttt your home and proper property
ty property against Insect dames sr.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boots & Motors 1
FOR SALE: Newporter 40P
Ketch 65 groymarine, 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 d goods.
$22,500. Phone Balboa 2693, 9
to 5 or see at Balboa Yacht Club.
FOR SALE: Runabout 13 ft
15 h p. Eyinrude. controls, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, trailer, complete $400.
Call Clayton 2281.
Gui
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Bible School Plans
School Program
At Margarita
Mrs. William R. Dixon, director I
of the Daily Vacation Bible School'
being held at the Margarita Union
Church, today announced a pub public
lic public program will be given by the
school Thursday at 7 p.m.
The program will be held in the
sanctuary of the Margarita
Church. Children from all de departments
partments departments of school will share in
the program.
The theme for the entire school
"Following Jesus." Variations of
this theme have been in '1,- 1"-
ferent departments and will be la laeluded
eluded laeluded in the public progr,,io.
At the conclusion of the even evening's
ing's evening's activities handiwork trad,,
by the children during the two
weeks will he displayed.
The achool will continue through
Friday.

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FOR SAMStore No. 1062 Rio
Abaio, equipment, ice box, slicer,
scale. etc. Can Tel. 3-4551 or
4-0983.
FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer
washer with pump and agitator
action. Very gooci, $50.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE:G.E. Deluxe clothes
dryer, excellent condition, $100.
iZorts. 30, Albrook 3198.
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FOR SALE:Table 30"x50" Lt.
blue fornice top, sturdy construc construction,
tion, construction, Lg. g drawer, S7.50.
Two uniforms, white broadcloth,
size 12 S11.00 each, 5452-11
Morrison Street, Diablo.
FOR SAILE:Brand new Phiice
Stereophonic Record Player. $90.
Won at Bingo. May be seen at
Qtrs. 3I0A, Albrook or for
information call 86-3285.
FOR SALE: Upright piano
"Connor", $40.00. Needs m main.
ain. main. 15th street, House 11, Apt.
C, Pomo Wows.
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Special Offers I
WANTED:-BILINGUAL SEC SECRETARY
RETARY SECRETARY 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 "SECRETARY"
RETARY" "SECRETARY" P.O. BOX 617 PAN PANAMA.
AMA. PANAMA. TELEVISION, technician. h hcoarienced.
coarienced. hcoarienced. If you want good'
salary with good working con conditions
ditions conditions phone Miss Towns loy for
appointment. Panama 2-3142.
Brilish Tothiiiies OK
Boosts For Needy In
Pre-Election Move
LONDON Britain's
conservative governmento in a
frankly vote-catching move, yes yesterday
terday yesterday announced substantial
boosts in netional assistance cash
payments to the neediest citizens.
The kicreases, announced to
Parliament by Minister of Pen Penaions
aions Penaions John Boyd-Carpenter, aver averaged
aged averaged between 41, and 12 per tent,
They wilt cost about $69,600,000
a year, Boyd-Carpenter said,
They go Into effect in Septem Septemberabout
berabout Septemberabout six weeks before Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan is ex expected
pected expected to hold parliamentary gen general
eral general elections.
Earlier this year, the govern government
ment government unveiled a revolutionary
pensions-for-all scheme. In addit addition,
ion, addition, it recently has slashed taxes,
made home-buying cheaper and
easier and handed out millions
for the country's schools.
The whole move added up to
some highly popular window-dressing
for Britains 'voters who, the
Conservatives hope, will send I
them back for a tbird straight i
term in office. 1
Sports Briefs
PRANCE WINS CUP MATCHES
PARIS (UPI) France reached
the semi finals of the European
Zone Davis Cup Sunday by beat beating
ing beating Romania in all five matches
without losing a set. France meets
Italy next Month for the right
to enter the final round of play.
JOHNSON WINS AUTO RACE
LANGHORNE, Pa. (UPI) Van
Johnson of Bally, Pa., won the
100 mile national championship
for racing cars Sunday with an
average speed of 99.085 miles per
hour. Jud Larson of Tampa, Fla.,
was a half mile back for secodn
place.
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HERBAGE! WINS PRIX
PARIS (UPI) Frenxh-bred
Herbager defeated American Americanowned
owned Americanowned Dan Cupid by a head Sun Sunday
day Sunday to win the 52,000 French Derby
Prix du Jockey Club at the Chan Chantilly
tilly Chantilly Track. Herbeger covered the
distance o fab out &mile and a
half in 2:34.

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FOR $425.00
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, EDI SALE:--IntomaHonal Her.
seater Upright Freezer ;1
cu. ft. capacity Westinghouse eu eutonsatic
tonsatic eutonsatic 110-220 Vok clothes
dryer; General Electric Mobile
Maid Dishwasher, Appliances 60
cycle, Outdoor Swing set (2
Swings Er Teeter Totter). Call
Quarry Heighis, 4172 tor details.
Trunk, "Oshkosh" large war wardrobe,
drobe, wardrobe, good condition $40.
Fan, "Hunter" reversible window
model used ono year 360.
Divan, two chairs staholstered
foam .rubber cushions may be
used separately or together S70,
Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE: General Electric
mobile maid dishwasher. 60 VP.
chi, in excellent condition. Over.
ry Heights 4172.
FOR SALLUsed 3 months,
four piece, livintreem set, $250.
Girls 26" bike, new time, S15.
2-4338, 460 Ancon.
FOR SALL-7 Risco mahogany
hodroom suite. 4 months old
$200.00., Phone 4-0608.
FOR SALE:---12 eu. ft., Sorvel
refrigerator, freezer toil. House
5507-A Diablo $175.00.
IPerson-cTs-1
ALCOWOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
WANTED 1
WANTED:Experienced house-
keeper to sleep on lob. Excellent
salary for adoquars person. Ninon
Celan 806 for appointment.
WANTED: North American
family of four, careful tenants
want 3 bedroom chalet. Phone
3-6529.
WANTED: Domestic help
want,. Housekeeper, 25 35
years, with experience and ref references,
erences, references, for laundry, Ironing
Weenies. and cookinl. $413, per
month, 2 wsittkonds off. Wily'
In. Some Inglith nictossarv
Phem Navy 3711.
WANTED m-- Bargain. Station
wagon or soden. 6 cylindor. 4
door Plymouth or Chevrolet 1956
uo. mochanical drive. Mute 4-
547.
Congress Is Told
Its Members Exert
Pressure On CAB
'WASHINGTON (UPI) Con Congress
gress Congress was told yesterday that its
own members exert "unfair pres pressure"
sure" pressure" on the Civil Aeronautics
Board (CAB).
The complaint was aired as
House investigators began hear.
ings on whether outside influ influences
ences influences and presures affect CAB
decisions in granting
routes and regulating the airline
industry.
The hearings, which will last
eight days and cover five other
regulatory agencies, were being
conducted by the House Legitla Legitlative
tive Legitlative Oversight Subcommittee. The
group's earlier inquiries led to
the resignations of former Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams
and former Federal Communica Communications
tions Communications Commissioner Richard A.
Mack.
Attorneys who practice before
the CAB complained that con congressmen
gressmen congressmen are allowed to appear
before the agency and testify in
disputed cases without notice to
the opposing side, without any
time limit and without eross-examination.
Howard C. Westwood, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C., said congressman-witnesses
should have to go through
the "rough and tumble" of hear hearings
ings hearings before CAB examiners
"where they would testify under
oath and be subjected to cross crossexamination
examination crossexamination on the facts."
He said the present practice
amounts to "unfair pressure" by
congressmen on the CAC.
CAB Chairman James R. Dur Durfee
fee Durfee said the board was "think "think'
' "think' ing seriously" about placing some
1 restrictions on testimony by con congressmen.
gressmen. congressmen. PAREDES, S.A.

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meter la the Newell Hie Odom'
Urbasisatieo across the Ramon
Mmarad4 AN lete.witkltreet
fronts,. sewege. wear main and
electricity. CaN W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT
Beautiful rosidence, 4 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingroorn,
room, closed rocreation porch,
libfart. pantry, large kitchon,
garden, lovely terrace, hot wator,
maid's room with bathroom, gar garage.
age. garage. Call 2-2510.
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Miscellaneous
DI-GAS. Gets rid' of mildow and
mold American Sepals. 13-06
"1" Stroot.
US Army Birthday
Marked At Retreat
lit Fort Gulick
The Atlantic area of U.S. Army 1
Caribbean observed the 184 birth birthday
day birthday of the ILA. Army and the
infantry at a retreat ormation
Sunday afternoon at Fort Gulick.
Capt. Orlando Ortiz Moreno,
assistant operations officer, U.S.
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gu Gulick,
lick, Gulick, was the officer m charge
and Capt. Lucien Lebel, special
i services officer at Fort Gulick,
tecited the Resolution of the Con Continental
tinental Continental Congress of June 14, 1775.
Lt. Col. M, Judson, assitN
ant commandant, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean School, was present to
represent Col. Cecil Himes, Army
Atlantic Area commander.
Participating personnel included
a platoon from Headquarters
!Company, USARCARIB School un under
der under the command of lst. Lt. Ken Ken:neth
:neth Ken:neth Bukowski, a platoon from
!C Company, lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry. under the command
of lst. Lt. Fred w. hall Jr., and
a Flag detail furnished by the
549th Military Police Company,
Fort, Gulictit;
In Thrilling
ribbean School, was present to
represent Col. Cecil Himes, Army
Atlantic Area commander.
Participating personnel included
Ascot Stakes Win
ASCOT, Eng., June 16 (ETD--
The Ascot Stakes, main event of
the iptirst day'a card of the four fourday
day fourday Royal Ascot 'race meet: open openmg
mg openmg here today, was won by H.
J. Joel's Rugosa, ridden by, E Ephraim
phraim Ephraim Smith.
Rugosa finished half a length
ahead of J. McShain's York
Fair, with G. Bougoure in the
saddle with T. H. Farr's Ocho
Rios, steered by P. Robinson, in
third ,place, three quarters of a
length further back.
Betting was: 100-7, 100-6, 100-6,
with M.Cowley's Andiacre, rid ridden
den ridden by J. Lindley, favorite at
seven to two. Saudiacre finished
in fourth place.
The two-and-a-ahlf miles handi handicap
cap handicap event was contested by a
field, of tel: runners on firm going
and in sunny weather,
winning' Owner taking 2,941 pounds
sterling (8,234 dollars) first prize
from the total of 3,415 sterling
(9-562 dollars) value of Vie race.
A large, fashionable crow d,
headed by Queen Elizabeth and
the Duke of Edinburgh and other
members of the royal family saw
the race. The Queen'a entry, A Agreement,
greement, Agreement, carrying top weigh t,
finished "down the course."
Williams Benched
For Weak Hitting
BOSTON' (UMTed Williams
knew today what it meant to
grow old.
The former splendid splinter of
the Roston Red Sox was benched
because of Weak hitting for the
first time in bis long and illus illustriou
triou illustriou s career.
Williams, who will be 41 this
Aug. 31 has had only three hits
in his last 30 official trips to the
plate. His average is a puny
.175.
Red Sox Manager Mike Higgins,
asked if Ted had benched him himself,
self, himself, said, "We had a little talk
and agreed that a few days off
would be a helo to him."
Higgins declined to elaborate
hut it seemed obvious that Wil Williams
liams Williams had been asked to step out
el the lineup for several days to
helo the team.
That help would come both of offensively
fensively offensively and defensively. Wil Williams
liams Williams who has been leaving base baserunners
runners baserunners stranded at An alarminr
rate the past few weeks, also has
been hurting the Red Sox through
his fielding.
Granted he knows renwav
Park's left field wall like a book
es far as rebounds hits rn, hot
Ted has been roisiudging end mtis mtisolaying
olaying mtisolaying fly balls of lets. And his
logs 'lust don't corry him to drives
like they should.
DEATH HOUR ADVANCED
OSSINING, N.Y. (UPI)Tho ex execution
ecution execution hour at Sing Sing-11 p.m.
the last 43 yearshas been moved
up to 10 p.m., it was announced
Sunday. AuthoritieS said the new
hour would preclude disturbing
the governor late at night in In
emergency, would be more con convenient
venient convenient for' witnesses and would
enable fuller news overage of
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By SAM SHULSKY Stocks continued to move irregte
larly in moderaee trading ags-the
(4.I'm a mfddle-aged wom-, opening today. ,,, e .
played a stronger tone and a
an 'heartsick about some good Several of the industrials dia.
fractions, end opening trades
group of rails held ateady. Net
up 1 sold 100 RCA. 70r which Thanges for the most part held
tIh32eh ern7ld:fkpeartt rse4tvoaer traaendl dygeoai lir sg. to
also
some CBS at a small profit, T
- were relatively small atter yes yesliNstlxhpeaknisd
liNstlxhpeaknisd yesliNstlxhpeaknisd thought they would, go 00,W11- terday's drop in trading to ',new
and I'd buy them againt,,,',That.i3Ow since last Aug. 29.
way I'd keep trading ;and )nake .,1CF Ind 49
Et littie money. 1 then bought :Advocate Asbestos 285b
Lockheed 4 3114 and,-some Stu- Alleghiny Corp 11
debaker at 13, which. I'm worri- Aluminium Ltd
33
ed about. 1 also hold Pennsyl- Amer' Cyanamid' 55
vania RR for which I paid Wiz- Amer Motors ; 37
I'm still hoping to get my mon-: Amer Tel end Tel ....
ey back. --
--- Anaconda Copper 77
Isn't it possible to trade'and Arkansas Fuel 33
make 150 a' week by buying and: AVCO Mfg 147s.
selling medium pricV stocks the! Beth Steel '. 52,
same week? 1 Bettinger ,Corp 11b
A.I'll admit the prospect Bicroft Uranium i
looks intriguing, and I'll admit British Pet els
that many professionals in the Burroughs
38.
Street average a lot more than Canadian Eagle - 1084b
$50 a week on their trading. But: Celanese 37
my answer to you, specificallY,: Cerro de Pasco 40
must be no. 1 Chicago Great West 47b
In the first place, having Bin- ,Chrysler 66,
ited capital, you have no money Cities Service 55
to lose. That means you can't Coastal Cecil 1.
speculate. And it you do, it Colgate PihnOlive . .
means you will be so swayed Coloradoj'uel 2131,C
by emotion thatyou are beund Creole Pet 50,
to lose in the end. Cmwn Cork and Seal 33is,
In the seconl place, you as Cuban, Venezuelan Oil 44.
a layman will find that your' Du Pont 144
trading coits are so high that, El, Paso Natural Gam 31.
in essence, Oti, face terrific eddr-lr',1Nrchl Engine 7,
in trying to-, make moneY br !Terge E il 51,4,
short-term buying and selling. 1 'Felltont ,P et S14b
For example, if you bought General Dynamics 58.
100 shares of a 120 stock and General Electric XD7984,
were lucky enough. to get a rise General Motors 50
of a full point' (which would General Plywood 24
mean a five 'per cent increase Gull op 111b.
in value') ybu Weibld find that, !lars,co SI.el . .
P

Q.I'm a mfddle-aged wom-!
an 'heartsick about some good
stocks I held for several years.
When the market started going
up I sold 100 RCA, fOr which
I paid 32 78, at 40 and also
some CBS at a small profit, I
thought they would, go dawn
and I'd buy them againt,,':That
way I'd keep trading anermake
a little mOney. I then bought
Lockheed at 3114 and,,some Stu Studebaker
debaker Studebaker at 13, which. I'm worri worried
ed worried about. I also hold Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania RR for which I paid atil2-
I'm still hoping to get my morf-:
ey back. --
Isn't it possible to trade 'and
make $50 a week by buying and
selling medium pricV stocks the!
same week? 1
admit the prospect
looks intriguing, and I'll admit
that many professionals in the
Street average a lot more than
$50 a week on their trading. But:
my answer to you, specifically,:
must be no. 1
In the first place, having Inn Innited
ited Innited capital, you have no money
to lose. That mearis you can't
speculate. And if you do, it
means you will he so swayed
by emotion thatyou are bound
to lose in the end,
In the seconl place, you as
a layman will find that your'
trading coifs, are so high that,
in essence, p4 face terrific odds
in value) you wow(' Dna mat.
your $20,00 gamble had brought'
you, net, about $40. The buying'
cost would be 027 and the sell-I
ing commission a bit higher
plus about $5 in various taxes
and stamps.
.
In other words, if the stock
moved up only,s, half point you
would have, atIOSIVaitti 114,14'
were forced', th It1'11U itt4AL
were forcea' th -tmratiti tett
same price, you would be 10Sing
SW.
If you traded a $40 Stock
(which 18 clOger to the average
price on the market) youpeosts
would run to about $85 for' StIS
purchase and sale. In tither
words, a full point rise Would
give the broker about sne4imes
as much as you would net. And.
of course, even a slight decline
an eighth of a point would
mean a loss of $100 to You.
You must realize that while
the Stock Exchange talks a
great deal about tho liquidity
of the market (and, of course,
it is fa? 'fibre liquid -111'1'11st i isues
sues isues than the over-the-counter
market) trading still carries a
terrific "overhead." You've got
to be "very right" to make $100-,
whereas even a slight mistake,
will cost you that much.
am a novie in the mar market.
ket. market. I, would Ilite,,t,WlnVesClia
few hundred dollarS in Alaskan
issues. Do, you have such a list
of stocks?
A.I know of no such list of
stocks, nor would I be interest interested
ed interested in any.
I think the Alaskan potential
Is tretnendous, but to buy a
stock merely because it has the
word Alaska in its title would
be naive, indeed;
If you have a few hundred
dollars to invest (I assume that
means a few hundred' flollars
above and beycind. Insuritncei:
emergency fund gut.
that money, shottld
id securitie,Thwhethef thSV arel
connected with, Alaska, gawatt
or Missouri. :,1
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bonbs bell'evede,A0 been
planted. brirish "'extremists ripped
huge fioleS In the cyclingt Irack
and stands at, Dublin's Santry
Stadium-jMondextv The Waits Aso
,damaga ;xonfa,401 nearby houses
and shattered j.windows over a
wide area btW-there were no re reports
ports reports of any serious injuries.

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1The'bill, which was sent to the

eiate, Would overhaul the pre prebet
bet prebet pension system at an m mod
od mod cost of 308 million dollars
4thillr first year starting July 1,
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At would relate future pensions
to Veterans' needs and curb
koine, alleged abuses in the pre prekeit
keit prekeit ipstem.
. Op nents objected during brief
Odor t consideration to the -gag
fule":' that limited debate and
barred amendments.
Sponsors described it as a
i, wholesome compromise" repre repretolltingvistelide
tolltingvistelide repretolltingvistelide best bill that could
, d
, 'the- measure would set up a
Iliding scale of payments, based
on outside income, to replace the
Present flat rate payments. It
tvould apply to veterans, widows
tnd orphans of World War I,
. rld War II and the Korean
tuti
ict.
,,
' The pensions would be paid to
those with non-service connected
disabilities. Compensation to vet veterans
erans veterans for disabilities incurred
bile, in military service would
hcot bkaffected.
ijtIthatigh the bill would cost an
Pairs 408 million dollars in the
first year, its sponsors claim it
hould save the government a to total
tal total of 12 billion dollars by the
thrn of the century.
iension costs under the present
' teth now are, $1,100,000,000 a
arMand it is:Istimated they
ktoird:'tlimb at the rate of 100
tnillion dollars annually.
The legislation stems from Pres Prestdent
tdent Prestdent Eisenhower's January re reommendation
ommendation reommendation for a pension over overaul
aul overaul to provide more equitable
reatment of needy veterans. The
tinal draft, however, is more lib lib!ral
!ral lib!ral Ran the administration pro.
poseqv
,
'
:,The bill would set up a sliding
kale of payments, based on out outtide
tide outtide income, to replace the pres presInt
Int presInt flat-rate payments.
About 70 per cent of the 805.000
eterans and 450,000 widows now
Int the pension rolls would get
itigher payments.
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MIDDLEBORO, Mass. (UPI)
A hostage entombed a week in the
trunk of his car was found alive
yesterciaN while a small army of
police searched a swampy wod
for his two captorsbelieved to
be cop killing brothers from Phil Philadelphia.
adelphia. Philadelphia. William Sedgewick, 49, of 4249
Terrace St., Philadelphia's Rox Roxborough
borough Roxborough section was hospitalized
in good condition though he said
he "never expected to get out of
there alive."
He was found in his ditched car,
bound and gagged, near the scene
of a holdup where the bandits ter terrorized
rorized terrorized Mrs. Mary C. Kennedy,
54, in her son's liquor store and
stole $40 or $50.
Police, guided by a helicopter
which spotted the pair in a
swamp, believed they were John
J. Coyle, 24, and his brother, Wil William,
liam, William, 22. an Air Force deserter.
They were sought in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia for the June 4 slaying of Po Policeman
liceman Policeman James F. Kane who was
believed to have caught them
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against the Daily Mirror testified
today that the American pianist
reeked so strongly of cologne on
a visit to Paris that he "over "overpowered
powered "overpowered the antiseptics" at an
airport dispensary.
Peter Stephens, chief of the
Mirror's 'Paris bureau; itaitlz he
met Liberace in September. 1,96:
at the Paris airport and accom accompanied
panied accompanied him to the dispensary
where the pianist was treated for
a wasp sting. He said Liberace's
toilet water was "very notice noticeable."
able." noticeable." William Connor, whose columns
on the pianist sparked the libel
suit, had deocrihed 1.113trqr p
"perfumed." Stephens sat t e
entertainer told him that he in intended
tended intended to stock up on French per perfume.
fume. perfume. "The impression I got was that
Liberace wanted to buy the per perfume
fume perfume for himself," Stephens said.
Connor and Daily Mirror fea feature
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stealing milk bottles near their
Philadelphia hideout.
The policeman was unable to
fire his service revolver during
the shooting. A neighbor heard
the shots and ran outside to see
Kane lying on the street and one
man fleeing from the scene. Kane
died a few minutes later.
The Coyles also were sought, for
the April 3 kidnap of a LaSalle
University student who w a s
stuffed in his car trunk while his
abductors used it for a tavern
holdup.
Another crime blamed on the
Coyle brothers was a $900 super supermarket
market supermarket robbery at Buzzard's Bay
in which the manager was shot
and wounded.
Sedgewick told police he bad
been in the trunk since June 8 He
said his captors robbed him of a
considerable sum of money he
was saving "to pay a bill."
Sedgewick said he was employ employed
ed employed by a Philadelphia dye house
which was idled by a strike at the
time of his capture.
The captive was wearing green
workmen's trousers and a T-shirt
when ha was found. He had a
week's growth of beard and ap appeared
peared appeared haggard and "extremely
nervou s" but not seriously
harmed.
He telephoned his wife, Thelma,
in Philadelphia upon arrival at
the hospital.
The shocking discovery of the
prisoner. followed by a few min minutes
utes minutes a holdup at Kennedy's liquor
store. The bandits fled in the car
and ditched it in South Middleboro
near the Carver town line.
Cathy Crosby Hurt
In Early Mornhuj
LA Auto Collision
WEST L0,5 ANGELES, June
16 (UPI)--Cathy CrosbY 20,
daughter of bandleader Bob
Crosby, suffered scratches earlY
today whett hf; pitpmobilp col collided
lided collided with tinother car whOse
driver received possible frac fractures.
tures. fractures. Officer R. L. Sauter and 0.
C. Adams said Miss Crosby, of
Beverly Hills, explained the
12:30 a.m. accident like this:
"The car turned left in front
of me to go into a driveway. I
pled to stopth.04400,Uldn't."
' The &IIPell:if the lighter car
was identified as Joanna Eck.,
stein, 54, of Seattle, Wash. Each
woman was alone in her car.
Both cars received extensive
front end damage and were
towed aWaY
Officers said Miss Croby's car
left skid marks, indicating she
tried to stop.
Ads On Nude Goya
Painting Make It
Obscene, PO Says
WASHINGTON (UPI) A Post
Office official ruled today that
postal cards bearing a reproduc reproduction
tion reproduction of the Goya painting "The
Naked Maja" were obscene and
should be barred from the mails.
Charles D. Ablard, the depart department's
ment's department's judicial officer, said that
advertising material carried on
the cards transformed the master masterpiece
piece masterpiece into "non-mailable" matter.
United Artists Corp. tried to
send 2,268 of to postal cards
from New York City to promote
a motion picture.
Ablard upheld a hearing exam examiner's
iner's examiner's ruling that the cards were
obscene although he said the paint painting
ing painting by Francisco Goya of a nude
woman reclining on a couch was
by itself an art masterpiece.
"The plain purpose of the mail mailer
er mailer was to appeal to prurient in interests.
terests. interests. It was certainly not pro promoting
moting promoting an interest in art," Ablard
said.

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Senate Group OKs $4.1 Billion In Aid
in Support Of U.S. Stand'At Geneva

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Foreign Relations Commit Committee
tee Committee voted overwhelmingly yester yesterday
day yesterday to authorize $4,100,000,000. in
foreign- aid appropriations and
borrowing power in the new fiscal
year starting July 1.
The bill, approved by a vote of
13-2, would authorize $3,164,820,-
000 in cash appropriations plus
one billion dollars a year for five
years to be borrowed for the de development
velopment development loan fund.
The lash appropriations anctioft
of the bill compares with the
$3,642,600,000 previously approved
by the House and President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's original request for
$3,929,95.000.
The House opened debate on its
bill earlier Monday. The cham chamber's
ber's chamber's Democratic and Republican
leaders promptly appealed t o
Tarpon Club Plans
Free Chagres Rides
For lone Families
Free boat rides up the Cha Chagres
gres Chagres River are in store for At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side families Sunday.
The event Is being sponsored by
the Panama Canal Tarp MI Club,
and members are making their
boats available for the river
rides.
The Father's Day affair will
be the first of its kind here, a
spokesman of the Tarpon Club
said. Family groups will be wel welcome,
come, welcome, and both speed boats and
small, slower fishing boats will
be used for the river jaunt.
The enthusiastic Tarpon Club
members believe that 'he Cha Chagres
gres Chagres is the most beautiful river
in the world, and they aim to
share the scenic route with
others. Pictures May be taken
from the slower craft
The boats will be leaving Ifrom
noon to 4 p.m. the club's docks
at the Ciatun splway. During
the afternoon, demonstrations
of water sk ing will be given in
the lagoon.
There will be no charge for
the boat rides, tht host club
emphasized. Hamburgers, hot
dogs exid soft drinks will be 'sold
at dock stands.
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swift action on the measure to
show Russian negotiators at Ge Geneva
neva Geneva that the United States
warts to keep the free world
strong.
,The House responded by voting
277-93 to take up the measure im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Brushed aside were
protests by some members about
the procedure under which the
bill is being considered.
Both the House and Senate bills
would merely authorize the pro programe,
grame, programe, Congress would have.,to
provide the cash in separate legis legislation
lation legislation later.
Chairman J. William Fulbright
(D-Ark.) said the two votes
against the bill were cast by Sens.
Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) and Wil William
liam William Langer (R-N.D.).
The Senate committee cut the
money for special assistance
(eckinomic aid) by 10 per cent, or
S27,100,000. It also recommended
a 10 per cent, or 20 million dollar
cut in the President's special con contingency
tingency contingency fund.
Morse called for the larger cut,
hich was approved unanimously.
Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.)
, pushed through the second, smal smaller
ler smaller cut after Morse wag rebuffed
12-4 in a move to slash the con contingency
tingency contingency fund by 60 per cent.
Approved 9-6 was a Fulbright
amendment to increase the share
'of military aid going to North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty countrtes by 223 mil million
lion million dollars with non-NATO na nations,,which.
tions,,which. nations,,which. have less nee,d. for
such aid, absorbing the slash.
Fulbright said his move
stemmed from the Draper report
urging an increase in military as assistance
sistance assistance to NATO countries and
widespread criticism that too
much military aid was going to
underdeveloped countries.
In the House, Democratic Lead Leader
er Leader John W. McCormack (Mass.)
said swift approval of its measure
would impress the Russians now
negotiating with the Western pow powers
ers powers at the foreign ministers meet meeting
ing meeting in Geneva.
He said such action would dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate that this country is de determined
termined determined to follow a oolicv of
"firmness before the fact and not
after."
McCormack said U. S. nid Is
strengthening the free world to
such an extent that "the Sovtat
lUnion will think long before they
attack tn."
"If we show weakness." he said,
1"I fear for the worst.'
House GOP Leader Charles A.
Halleck (Ind.) agreed that the
program is "a great deterrent to
armed aggression."

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into his expression as one little
the summer.
He denounced critics who have
labelled the program "a give giveaway."
away." giveaway." "It is not that," Ha neck said.
"It' is mutual security program
in every sense."
Dismisses Pleas
Rep. Clarence J. Brown (It (ItOhio)
Ohio) (ItOhio) promptly dismissed the
pleas of two leaders as "emo "emotional
tional "emotional appeals."
Chairman Thomas E. Morgan
(D-Pa.) of the Foreign Affairs
C,ommittee pleaded with the House
not te go beyond th committee's
cuts. He said he is convinced that
"loss of the cold war will be in inevitable,"
evitable," inevitable," if Congress makes dras drastic
tic drastic cuts in the program.
He conceded that there has been
"waste and a limited amount of
corruption" in the administration
of the program. But he added:
dosen't make sense to let
the Reds like over South Korea
because you find waste. You don't
pull out Of Laos because there
was evidence of corruption there."
3,000 RR Tugboat
Workefs Walk Off
Jobs In New York
NEW YORK. June 16 (UPI)
Workers on about 50 railroad
tugboats that daily move hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of tons of cargo into New
York walked off their jobs yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a dispute over the
firing of oilers.
The walkout bv about 3.000
engineers, deckhands and oilers
tied up freight movements of
nine railroads and an inde independent
pendent independent tug operating compa company.
ny. company. It occurred in defiance of a
federal court restraining order.
Michael J: Quill head of the
Transport Workers Union, ac accused
cused accused the railroads of a "lock "lockout.'
out.' "lockout.' He said that 350 oilers had
been fired "without severance
pay, pensions of any other con considerations"
siderations" considerations" as of midnight
Sunday night.
The dispute began last week
when the railroads announced
that oilers were being dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed because they were not need needed
ed needed on new diesel tugs. The TW1.1
and four other unions threat threatened
ened threatened a strike.
During,the week end. Federal
Judge Thomas E. Murnhy di directed
rected directed the unions to show cause
Tuesday why they should not
be barred from striking by a
temporary injunction.
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WJiSHINGTON (UPO --- Presi President
dent President Eisenhower is, considering
going Over the head of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic congress to make a per personal
sonal personal appeal for public- support
of some of his stalled legislative
programs, it was dasclosed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The strateg, highly3entsi
tive, was revealed by Republisan
National Chairman Thruston B.
Morton. He alsb said the Presi President
dent President planned to take as aggres aggressive
sive aggressive a role in the 1960.presiden 1960.presidential
tial 1960.presidential campaign as his White House
duties will permit.
Morton, a Repbblican Senator
from Kentucky, said after confer conferring
ring conferring with the President that the
chief' executive might make two
or more speeches away from
Washington on such subjects as
foreign aid and labor reform leg legislation.
islation. legislation. He said a personal presidential
campaign in behalf of Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's legislative proposals would
not be necessary "if the programs
come along all right without this
sort of activity." But he adder'.
"I've always hoped that he
might make three or four
speeches of this type. We like to
use the big gun when we can.
He's the best salesman the Re Republican
publican Republican party has."
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) retorted
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Argentine Generals
Relieved Of Posts
'After Policy Row
BUENOS AIRES, June 16 (UPI)
Two Argentine Army generals
were relieved of their commands
yesteraay for making demands on
the goverment regarding its policies.

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Gen. Florencio Yornet, com- , :,
mander of the First Morotized Di- ,Weather Or Not
vision, and Gen. Raul Poggi, coint
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mander of the Third Army, poth
with headquarters in Buenos Al- ---
res, were, reported under arrest This weather repOrt tor the 34
following an incident at the war hours ending 1 a nt. today is isministry
ministry isministry Saturday. ,
ograp 6 ranch of UM'
prepareir b, titi tetewall:mica.
Col. Juan Muzio was assigned to and Ily
replace Yornet and Gen. Juan Panama canal Company: ::
Peluffo succeeded Poggi.
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be part of a grouo of high-ranking .-
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problems.

The officers were reported to
have asked for the resignation of
Undersecretary of War, Col. Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel R. Raimundes, for a hill in.
vestigation of an alleged electoral
pact between ousted dictator Juan
D. Peron and President Arturo
Frondizi, and for the immediate
demobilization of the 325,000 rail railway,
way, railway, oil and transport workers
who were drafted into the Anny
because of a general strike late
last year.
AIRMEN JOIN SEARCH
BIG INDIAN, N.Y. (UPI)
About 100 airmen from Stewart
Field joined Monday .in ,t h e
search for '5:Year-old David Ital.
eigh, Fayetteville, N.Y., who van vanished
ished vanished Saturday while on a fishing
trip with his parents. The search
was concentrated in the Winni Winnisook
sook Winnisook Lake region of the Catskill
Mountains. State Police skin div divers
ers divers were called in to make an
underwater search.

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that the Democrats, "saw all thi
(GOP)! big guns out In! '58" wlint
they scored their landslide victory
in the eongressional elections.
Johnson said that "if the Pres le
dent wants to be helpful on itp,,
legislative program for all Amert
ica, he could get some SesatOrit
who4-ary; playing', polities with
t6 come on back and help pass
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In discussing the 1960 cam
paign, Morton told newsmen
did not expect the GOP to regain
'control of Congress. He gaid,
.defeat of some southern, Demoan.,
cratic senators would bo- neces4r4
sary to win the senate.40
lwas highly unlikely. 41,
But he said the partY shoultt
Iretsin control of the 'White Houtin,
'and perhaps take, over the .HouSr
"by a thin
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'said he thought ElaenhOlarer wOult'
be "just as aggresshrd-is' the Alb"
ties of his office work permit.'!!",.
"I wouldn't think you wotdd put,:
the President on the campaigg.
train in 1960," Morton added, "buen
you could certainly fly him inio;':
various places."
Morton. said he reported to toe.
President' that his recent travls::
around the country produced evii-t
dence of a return of Republiclit:..
optimism about the outcome ibof
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the elections next year. 1,,
"I think the climate for monert-r,
raising is getting hetter," he sal,d4
"and people don't-contribute
less they think your fortunes aril,
on the upturn." f
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cal responsibility has been welly
received in the country and
is gettitig a lot of support from!'
the people which, ,laying its t-i:
feet on' congress,
!Most people are "very mucht.
upset" about the treatment Senl!
ate Democrats have given thai.
nomination of Lewis L. StrausS!!
Ite be commerce secretary.

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hours ending 1 a m. today b
Prepared b, teiearajogicar
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Panami canal Company:
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TEMPERATURE:
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Low 73 7S,
HUMIDITY:
High 98
Low 71 77'
Mkt Ottint,
(Max. mph) 3-11 NW9
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) CI SI
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.10,.
Madden Dam .... 218.02-
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