The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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System ID:
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Ike Seeks Report
On Useless Guns
Aboard Navy Plane

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WASHINGTON, June 17 (OpPresident Eisenhower
today asked the Navy for a quick report on why some of
the guns of an American aircraft were not functioning when
It was attacked bp Communist planes off Korea,
Eisenhower told his news conference that he expected
the Navy to make a public report after it investigates re reports
ports reports froth Japan that the plane's forward 'iuns were un unable
able unable to fire because of missing parts.
, The chief executive said he did not yet. know the na nationality
tionality nationality of the jet fighters that attacked the American
bomber it was on routine patrol over international

waters of The sea of Japan.
'As a former military com commander,
mander, commander, hetsaid the report of
missing gun', pa4s was a source
Of great concern, to him and
he nad called, on the Navy. for
a coinplet report on this con condWon.
dWon. condWon. :
Eisenhower tinder ; question-
ing, said It seemed sk strange
coincidence that the Alana in-
cident p;aie, at la time
when. th0 Geneva toretim min.'
'stars' VillOtittitiktr9Pigett
00WIL
This weAqn, cesponse tn:a re re,
, re, patter whtf- ',cited a Ilelletilthat
- Wass.41eliberataly
tithed- to create added ittnsiona
in -connection with the Geneva
meeting. I
NY Paper Blasts
Ifanatila Lines'As
Waste Of Money
NEW YORK, June 17 (UPI
'Inc Woriti Telegram and'hun
in an editorial today said:
.'whe Panama Steamship
Line has tiro interesting func functions;
tions; functions; :'
"it provides free or cut cutrate
rate cutrate junkets to the Canal
Lone for congressmen and
their families.
."It drains the federal treas treasusry.
usry. treasusry. Admitted loss on this
government-operated line was
, 011,000 -Jut year.
"The line: may have been
necessary,. When the govern-
ment acquired it in 19U4. This
need, if any, disappeared mans;
years ago. Private shipping
tines cover the same route.
Military forces at the canal
are served by military ship shipping.
ping. shipping.
mAepeated appeals to com common
mon common gain have failed to stop
this, fu.,ile and wasteful riper-.
alien. The last time round,
respOnsible officials were re reminded
minded reminded of the Eisenhower ad administration's
ministration's administration's policy against
the government competing
with private industry. TheY
replied. they hadn't been in informed
formed informed of any such policy.
, "The President should en enlighten
lighten enlighten them promptly. It's
hard' to take budget-balancing
efforts seriously, whin
money, in that size chunks is
literally being thrown away."
Blustery Beulah
Blotis Toward Texas
NEW ORLEANS, June 17 (1TPD
A. big tropical storm with
W11101 just 'short of hurricane
force: began moving toward the
Mexican coast today south of
the -:border city of Brownsville,
Tex.
nit New Orleans weather
bureatt warned that -tropical
storm Beulah could easily reach
full -hbrricane force In lts trip
stress the Gulf of Mexico. It
remlined in one Spot: through
the'- night -and .then began to
drift northwestward at five to
- eight miles an'hour -today.
. The Weather bureau said its
present speed and course would
bring it slamming ashore on the
:upper Mexican coast late today.
- A .0 a.m. advisory said high high)
) high) est. winds were about' 65 miles
an hour near the center of the
storm which was located at that
time about 200 miles south of
BrOWnsville Scattered 'squalls
withWindi of about 35 mph ex ex,
, ex, tended east Ind nertheast into
the middle Gulf of Mexico.

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Eisenhower said one might
say that the attack was more
than a coincidence, but he hes hesitated
itated hesitated to ascribe motives in
such a situation.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (1)-
Wash.), who is on the Senate
Armed Services Committee,
said it was "nothing short of
an act of eriminalityl to send
out a patrol plane lacking vit
taldefense equipment. Some Someone
one Someone is guilty of the worst kind
$isconduct, he said.
sail
an
out
tat,
ont
' Sen. Styles Bridges (11441.11.)
declared "I feel it criminal
4ir alio American men to
fat, dettlbsVithidud thMeall-
tO t defend themielve4, 'The
very least we can do is to
arm these planed adequately
- so that they can retaliate to
any future unprovoked attack
of thia nature."
Mahoa said he had telephon telephoned
ed telephoned Atm.' Arleigh Burke, chief of
Naval Operations, and Burke
promisea to investigate and re report
port report back.
Rep, Robert L. F. Sikes (D (DFla.),
Fla.), (DFla.), a member of Mahon's
subcommittee, said the Navy
should Callan immediate court
of inquiry.
"Whoever let this plane go
out without being prepared to
defend itself should be court courtmartialed
martialed courtmartialed for itt" Sikes declar declared.
ed. declared. Rep. Daniel J. Flood tD-Pa.),
another subcommittee member,
said he is demanding "an se secvunting
cvunting secvunting from the Navy at the
secretary level and will be sat's sat's'
' sat's' fled with none other."
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc McElroy
Elroy McElroy said he would investigate
the situation, which he called
, "abnormal."
Va lion Newspaper
Calls US JUStiCf
Unequal To Negroes
VATICAN CITY (UPI) T h e
Vatican City newspaper Observa Observatore
tore Observatore Romano today strongly crit criticized
icized criticized unequal justice to Negroes
in American courts.
It implied the conviction with a
recommendation for mercy of
four white men for raping a Ne Negro
gro Negro girl in Florida might have
been different if the .races were
reversed.
"We are not for the death pen penalty,
alty, penalty, we are for equity;" the
newspaper said.
Observatore was commenting
on the Tallahassee, Fla., trial of
four white men found guilty, of
raping a Negro college girl.
The dispatch was signed by the
newspaper director, Count Giu Giuseppe
seppe Giuseppe Dail Torre, and was indic indicative
ative indicative of the interest with which
the trial was followed in the Vat Vatican.
ican. Vatican. The dispatch noted that no
clementy was ever asked for Ne Nettroes
ttroes Nettroes guilty of the same crime. It
also took exception to the fact
that the jury was entirely made
of whites.
The four were found guilty, but
the jury recommended clemency.
If It had not, the death penalty
would, have been mandatory.
Observatore deplored the fact
that defense lawyers used argil.
ments of racial distinction in
theik effort to keep the four from
being executed.
Observatore Romano found a
consoling note in the fact that the
Negro and the white crowd await awaiting
ing awaiting the verdict did not Hot or at attack
tack attack the outcome.
This. the newsnancr temarked,
was an inrcestion that the oienge
n equality irfoce he, is Oen OenMy
My OenMy rooted' among the American
people.

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"Let t1u3 peo'ple,know the truth and the

Tabo la Launch
Service Back
In Operation
In a brief announcement from
Balboa Heights today Canal
Zone officials revealed resump resumption
tion resumption of passenger launch service
today between Balboa and Ta Taboga
boga Taboga Island.
The launch service was sus suspended
pended suspended April 24, during the
Panama nian invasion crisis,
when Canal Zone officials pro protested
tested protested the boarding and search
of an inbound launch by an
armed NatiOnal Guard sea pa patrol.
trol. patrol. Me incident took place with within
in within Canal Zone waters. Report Reportedly
edly Reportedly the Guard detachment was
seeking rebels who might be
fleeing to Canal Zone political
asylum.
Although the Panama nian
foreign office expressed regret
over the "misunderstanding,"
Balboa Heights flatly refused to
renew the passenger service
without assurances such inci incidents
dents incidents would not recurr.
The launch service has been
operated tor many years under
contract with the Pan a m a
Tourist Commisison. Today's Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone announcement said
only service Was being' resumed
beginning today under terms of
a, renegotiated contract. Whetv.
,arty contract jsrovisiona lptd
AAOri thangect,ePtis aottnitetAd;
1,Setvice was resumed with t,he
50-psissenger launch Plover. The
schedule calls 4for two rbund
trips on weekdays and three
tOtin trips on Saturdays and
Sundays.
Meeting Tomorrow
On Atlantic Side
To Plan July 4
Final plans for Fourth of July
festivities on the Atlantic Side
will be completde tomorrow eve evening
ning evening in a meeting at 7:30 at the
Margarita Elks Club. Varied e events
vents events have been scheduled for the
day, including a fireworks dis-PlaY-Tom
Sellers, president of the
Cristobal-Margaritt Civic Council
which is sponsoring the day's ac--
tivities, has asked repregentatives
of all civic and fraternal organi organizations
zations organizations to attend. tomorrow eve evening's
ning's evening's meeting.

Brother Seeks Release
Of RP-Jailed American

0
A young New 7ork business businessman
man businessman who came to the Isthmus
last week to attempt to get Lis
brother released on bail or
otherwise from the Carcel
Model, is pretty disillusioned
today.
He is Patrick T. Flynn, whose
brother, James N. Flynn, a U.S.
citizen and former New Yorker
has been held in the jail since
April 25. He is detained on sus suspicion
picion suspicion of complicity in the re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary incidents which oc occurred
curred occurred in Panama last April.
The prisoner has lost more
than 10 poundb, his brother
said. James 100KS emaclqted, he
acitfed, and his family is par particularly
ticularly particularly worried because he
formerly had tuberculo.313.. They
he may have a relapse.
James Flynn, and his wife
Dolores Luba Flynn, an Army
employe who in April was
also held in the Carcel Mode Modell)
ll) Modell) for five days, have repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly denied that they knew
anything of the revolutionary
plans. The husband says he
had not authorized the ship ship,ment
,ment ship,ment to him from the Unit United
ed United States of material which.
it later turned out, could have
been for the use of the rebel
groups.
, No formal charge has been
filed against J. Flynn. an im importer
porter importer of electrical supplies who
came to Panama City Omit 18
months ago. But the informal
allegation against him is that
he illegally imported signal
flares. In the same package
were quantity of Boy Scout uni uniforms
forms uniforms and some shovels, neither
of which in itself was an illegal
import.

IVINIRT
AN IN6EPENDENT rif

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNISDAT, JUNE 17, 1959

Ers
POTTER FLAYS
WILL OUST IF
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Canal Zone Gov. Waliam Ed
Potter last nignt lashed out at
illegal loan sharks operating in
the Zone and preying upon un uninformed
informed uninformed families in need.
This was the first official re revelation
velation revelation that such usury had
gained any foothold within the
Zone.
Potter's remarks came during
a review of the problems of ex excessive
cessive excessive payroll deductions, the
chief topic at last night's joint
meeting of the Latin American
community councils in the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel school building.
"They are no better than
leeches," Potter said in call calling
ing calling attention to the money moneylenders
lenders moneylenders practices, "and if you
will help us to expose them
we will drive them from your
communities and from the
Canal Zones"
Potter said 'one particular
case called to authorities atten attention
tion attention concerned a 6D-cent-anhour
laborer who has been loan loaning
ing loaning money at 20 percent in interest
terest interest per two week pay period.
One victim borrowed $50, repay repayed
ed repayed $55 and still owed $75 on the
debt.
The Governor's remarks came
during a general review of the
matter of excessive payroll de deductions.
ductions. deductions. There has been much'
concern, official lind unofficial,
in recent weeks over the num number
ber number of people whose' checks
have been attached by Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian creditors Oft' delinquent in installment
stallment installment aceou Os. ;.'-, .,, ,,
''' Iteeent invest' 'til ierbotlit
1041
tot" 'light vv,hat-, ora:Pthan, WOO,
debt collection inittnre now on
file, or waiting to be filed in
Canal Zone Magistrate Courts
on either side of the Isthmus.
Judgements against Panama.
nian residents employed in the
Zone can legally take a 'work
et's grcss check.
To ease this hardship, pro proposals
posals proposals for corrective legisla.
tien have already been for-
warded to Washington by
Balboa Heights legal experts.
Such judgements may be en enforced
forced enforced only against eMployes of
the 'Panama Canal Company'
since paychecks of federal a agency
gency agency workers may not be at,
tached.
Potter emphasized that the:
only cure for ever-extendedi
credit buying lies with the coin.
munities themselves, possibly in
the form of a committee to ad.
ilise and educate families in th
pitfalls of buying more tha
they can afford.
:For wives Whose huebands
"hot pockets" canonG hold new
checks, Potter offered a morte,
direct approa,ch. "Provide yourl
Brother Patrick Flynn says
today that he has every cod.-
fidence James had no intention
of mixing in Panama politida
or aiding any revolution.
Before coming to Panama,
Patrick offered the Panamanian
Consul in New York, real estate
property valued at $40,000 hts
own home and that of a rela relative
tive relative as bail for his brother
Jame& But that isias refused.

Gov. Long Expected To Be Taken To Clinic
In New Orleans; Wife, Cousin Seek Release

GALVESTON, Tex., June Xt..
(UPI)----Gov. Earl Long. of Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana was expected to be taken
back to Louisiana today from a
Texas mental hospital where
has been held for more than two
weeks against his will.
Reliable sources said the A: gov governor's
ernor's governor's wife, who with hisv cou cousin,
sin, cousin, Dr. Arthur Long, brought.him
to John Seeley Hospital in Gal Galveston,
veston, Galveston, would fly from
Rouge, La., today to obtain. his
release.
it was Dr. Long whom f, the
governor coital as "horse doc doctors'
tors' doctors' at habeas corpus, hear hearing
ing hearing Monday in which Ito 'Mod
to got out of tho hospital on the
ground he was being hold
gaily. District Judge L. D. Go Godard
dard Godard postponod clocisiam
noxt Monday.
Long was expected to ba; taken
by plane to the Ochan-r Founda Foundation
tion Foundation Hospital in New Orleans. In
eontralit to his flight to Galves Galveston,
ton, Galveston, when he was strapped down

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sellwith a good heavy weapon," C 'aims Of US
he said.
Referring to part time and
WAX (when actively employed)
workers, who sometimes draw A spokesman for the Panama
net Checks, after deductions, of Foreign Office today acknowi
less than $25. Potter said offi- edged receipt of a note froni
cials were surveying the situa- the U.S. Embassy in reply to
tion to determine how Lnany ,several claims by the Panama
these' workers might be chang- government regarding n o n ned
ed ned to full-time status without compliance with certain treatY
penalizing other part time obligations by the U.S. Govern Governworkets.
workets. Governworkets. ment.

Mainy of these workers re reaide
aide reaide In the Canal Zone, but
,the Governor added that
those found to be working
full-tftne in Panama and only
one or two days weekly in the
Zone might be judged ineli ineligible
gible ineligible for Zone' residence.
In other matters, before the
meeting, which was a,ttended by
more than 50 interested spec spectators,
tators, spectators, council members ex expressed
pressed expressed general approval of
progress ,in the Livability Pro Program
gram Program which, at nominal cost to
householders, will provide add added
ed added convenience and comfort In
all Canal 'Zone communities.
TI,vo public health employes,
at Paraiso and Rainbow City,
were cited last night by the
council of those communities
for 'unstinting public service at
their respective medical aid vta vtations.
tions. vtations. The twoAtre Mrs. Bernhilda
Jensen, at Para iso, e,nd Mrs. K.
0.4310,1eti Vtafi littow -City.
Eractt ,commuslityvz.planfir tp144-Aurd..-
oommesidation 4 ters
Cot their behalf to Potter.
The meeting last night was
filmed by .Encyclopedia Britan Britannice,
nice, Britannice, whose production team is
M the Zone making an educa educational
tional educational film on operation of the
Panama Canal.
Assistant Director
Of Gorgas Hospital
Returns To States
Walter P. Allen, the first non nonmedical
medical nonmedical officer to hold the post
of assistant director of Gorgas
Hospital, is leaving the Canal
Zone Saturday. Accompanied by
his wife and three children, he
will sail for New York aboard
the Panama liner Amon.
Isthmus since January 1957 has
Isthmus since January 1957,h as
had considerable experience in
the field of hospital administre administretion.
tion. administretion. He came here from &wing &wingfield,
field, &wingfield, Ohio, where he was assist assistant
ant assistant director of the Springfield Ci City
ty City Hospital. Prior to that he had
been employed a s a ssit a nt to
the superintendent of the Univer University
sity University Hospitais of the University
of Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen are leaving
the Canal Zone permanently and
will make their home hi the Unit United
ed United States.
Putt-Putt Preview
NAHE1M, Calif. (UPI) Dis Disneyland
neyland Disneyland provides a pint-sized free.
way with putt-putt cars for child
dlivers. Sunday it has realistic
traffic jam as well. Cars backed
up for 100 feet, and the tot dr'v dr'vers
ers dr'vers grumbled just like their dad daddies
dies daddies while a disabled car was
towed away.
and kept under sedation, the gov governor
ernor governor was reported to have con consented
sented consented to enter the New Orleans
hospital.
Mrs. Long, or her Texas attor attorneys,
neys, attorneys, will go before Pmbate
Judge Hugh Gibson and withdraw
a petition for commitment she
and Dr. Long filed when the gov governor
ernor governor was committeed on May
30, it was reported.
Long, 63, was soon last night
packing his bags on the second
floor of tho hospitalil psychia psychiatric
tric psychiatric ward. Guards kept news newsmon
mon newsmon from talking to him.
Allen Davis, spokesman for
Ochsner Foundation Hospital in
New Orleans, said the hospital
was prepared to receive him, al although
though although it had not been officially
advised he will arrive.
"As of this morning he said.
',the Ochsner Foundation Hospital
has heen informed by sources in
attendance with the governor at
Galveston that they are consider considering
ing considering bringing Governor Long to

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!Note Repiies
To RP Treaty,
A spokesman for the Panama
Foreign Office today aeknowl
edged receipt of a note from
the U.S. Embassy in reply to
,several claims by the Panama
government regarding n o n ncompliance
compliance ncompliance with certain treatY
obligations by the U.S. Govern Government.
ment. Government. The U.S. reply insists on the
U.S. point of view regarding
the provisions of the Treaty
and "in general its contents are
unsatisfactory to Panamanian
aspirations," the spokesman
said.
According to the spokesman.
the U.S. note is being given
"careful study" by the govern government
ment government with the aid of the Na National
tional National Foreign Relations Coun Council.
cil. Council. He said a formal announce announcement
ment announcement will be made by the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office as soon as a defi definite
nite definite conclusion is arrived at re regarding
garding regarding the note.
He added that a definite re reply
ply reply was still awaited on Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's repiy to Pres President
ident President de la Guardia's recent let letter
ter letter and memorandum referring
to discrepancies in the com compliance
pliance compliance with treaty obligations
regarding J'anaMania,n workers
on the Canal Zone.
Six More Batista Batistaey
ey Batistaey ly To OS
MIAMI, June 17 (UPI)-- Six
CUban soldiers hijacked a four fourengine
engine fourengine airliner with 29 other
passengers aboard yesterday and
forced the pilot at gunpoint to
fly them to Miami.
They said if they stayed in
Cuba they would have been shot
as former members of ousted
President Fulgencio Batista's
army.
The six were scheduled to go
before an immigration hearing
today to determine if they will
be allowed to remain in this
country as political exiles.
It was the third time in re recent
cent recent months that Batista fol followers
lowers followers have commandeere0
planes and fled to Florida.
Authorities said the six men
boarded the Cubana
turbojet Viscount under assum assumed
ed assumed names nt Havsna. The nlanP
Cubana's flight 49(i. was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to fly to Varadero Beach.
Cuba. then proceed to Miami.
Three of the Cubans nulleri
out pistols soon after takeoff,
and holding a gun at the ollot's
head, ordered him to fly direct directly
ly directly to Florida. Witnesses said
there was no panic among the
other passengers. although sev several
eral several women held their hands
folded over their heads until
the plane neared Miami.
A passenger list was not im immediately
mediately immediately available but ft num number
ber number of American tourists were
aboard. All passengers were
searched for weapons by the
jittery hijackers.
One of the passengers, Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Haiiian. 28, of New Haven
Conn., said they appeared very
nervous on the plane. "In the
beginning I was afraid they
might kill us all," he said. "But
the farther away we got from
Cuba, the calmer they became."
New Orleans tomorrow for the
purpose of admitting him to Ochs Ochsner
ner Ochsner Foundation clinic."
"We have not yet made com complete
plete complete arrangements," Adrian Levy
Sr., a lawyer appointed by Judge
Gibson to represent Long. said.
"We admit we have been in
conference but we have nut yet
got him free. If we do get him
free, he will go to Ochsner's clinic
in New Orleans."
Judge Gibson said that if Mrs.
Long asks him to sign a release
order on the promise that Long
will enter a Louisiana hospital,.
do so in two minutes."
Long wag suppose(' to have
appeared in Judge Gibson's
court yesterday for a sanity hear hearing
ing hearing as the basis for a ruling on
Mrs. Long's request for a 90-day
commitment order.
But Judg. Gibson posloonrd the
bearing after district Judge L.
D. Godard heard Long's peti petition
tion petition for a writ of habeas corpus
to got him out oi the hospital.

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GENEVA, June 17 (UPI- Soviet Foreign Mintsfee
Andrei Gromyko agreed today to consider the West's com compromise
promise compromise Berlin plan.
Gromyko gave no hint whether or not the Soviet
Union would accept the new proposals. But his promise
to give a fuller reply tomorrow was enough t save the
deadlocked Big Four foreign ministers' conference from
immediate breakdown.
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The Soviet Foreign Minister himself proposed tbitit
another secret session be held tomorrow to follow the on,
today. The West agreed.
ress in conference herueltilma.taorlItota-ns.atolnir77
Since Gromyk3 got the 2 13- nary observations and that a
page Berlin peace plan only last final answer would have to
night, it was asumed he needed come later.
another day to get a decision inTghweirteh wtehree BillgsoThrerpeoctrtinucolfeatt
on it from Soviet Premier Niki- new letter to Khrushchav deal deal!
! deal! ta Khrushchev in Moscow.
Khrushchev WaS warned again test negalations which run a
The west made a suprenie at.
today that Premdent Eisenho,w- tipoerrmnoogratsgps:enideetothbhieueregemewtal,instBig Four Ber4
heradfneeoits hethenatmeandoeughhereprtoogi us
tify a Summit meeting.
ferim" BerlinPrsenttl
Eisenhower himself spelled
therace t e ed ,;A'''
themient .1
tNheawts aeastniattr ehinaz.aahGelangteavna,
diplomats hoped to h a v e -------7,--H----, --: -14,-'
Khroshchev's reply to this j'''
impbcit warning as well os to
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i, the .'ivestern, Berlil,,,,,tV11,1-1- 4;$1411,': J ,ke,irt 74 '4 04, -1
ootootreatitown4104,10z.ir '"k,'--. Lti,..0 ..Q..p- ury uffick..,,,,7
- Thill etternoortrarstr0 peso ijziat, 1 ;L,
sion lasted less thak 443 Ani,11- 1 ,s1 -,,.. s''' -
utes the shortegt in six Veeks
n andir Suit
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of fruitless talks. It was obvious
that Khrushrhov IAA nnt vat

Thi atternotortarg ItrO, Reso
skin lasted less thaa Atill-
utes the shortest in six Neeks
of fruitless talks. It was obvious
that Khrushchev had not yet
made up his mind.
Had the Soviet answer been
another "no," the west was
ready to seek a recess 'of the
talks.
A British spokesman said that
Gromyko did most Of the talk talking
ing talking at this afternoon's session
and it was all on the west western
ern western proposals. He did not bring
up his oWn plan for the west
to get out of Berlin within a
year.
But he cauAuned the west
that these were brief, prelimi
Drunk Driving Ne Is
Coca Fine,
License Suspension
A 25-year-old U.S. Navv sailor
wa. linen zilo0 anu oven a 10-
day sasp,,nued Jan .,tence in
Daaioa Ivide,,sLate 8 t,ourt todav
Lor ortm ariving.
rhe Je.o sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended in favor ot one year's
probation. In addition, the sai sailor's
lor's sailor's license was suspended for
one year.
Stewart D. Young of Coco li
was southbound on Bruia Road
early Sunday morning when he
Lost contnal of his car, skidded
off the road, traveled another
104 feet and turned over in a
field.
The small German built car
was nearly demolished. bu'i
came to rest, right side up. A
passing motorist found Young
unconscious in the front seat
and took him to Gorges Boni Bonitat.
tat. Bonitat. He was examined but found
uninj ured.
A blood test for alcohol was
the basis for police charges.
Young told the court he had no
memory of the accident and
thought a friend was driving
him home.
Colon Resident's
Body Recovered
From Chagres River
Canal Zone pollee yesterday
dragged the Chagres River a about
bout about a mile below the Trans TransIsthmian
Isthmian TransIsthmian Highway in search of
a body reported floating on the
water. The body was reeovered
during the afternoon and 'den 'dentine(
tine( 'dentine( ns tnat of Diom;Nles Cas Castillo,
tillo, Castillo, PanaManian of Colon.
EMplOyes of the Clorgas Me Memorial
morial Memorial Leboratory has spotted
the body and reported the mat matter
ter matter to police.
A preliminary ceport indicates
the Man's body had been in the
water about two days.An autop autopsy
sy autopsy has been ordered and Police
are continuing their investiga

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LONDON, June 17 (I.TPD' 4.,-
Lberace today won S22,406
in damages trim the Lon-,
don Daily Mirror and its col.
umnist William (Cassandra)
Connor.
A jury of 10 men and two
women took three hours 24
minutes to decide that a Cas Cassandra
sandra Cassandra column written three
years ago implied the America)
pianist was a -homosexual.
The jury itself set the dam damages.
ages. damages. Theit verdict was an announced
nounced announced on the seventh dav of
the trial in a Crowded cond.
room of London's castle-like
court buildings.
Liberace had sued Cassandra
and the Mirror for a column
written in 1956 which described
the 40-year-old entertainer al
the summit of sexthe pinnacle
of masculine, feminine and
neuter: everything that he. she
or it can ever want."
Liberace said this implied he
was a homosexuAl. He denteci
in the course of the trial that
he was.
The Jury found that these
words did imply that Liberec,
was a homosexual.
But its verdict was divided:
Liberace sued for libel on two
of Cassandra's articles. The
jury convicted the colunmist oo
the first, awarding Liberace
000 pounds ($22,400) and costa
on It. But it acquitted hiM
the second and assessed Libery
ace for the costs.
Both sentences were staYed
pending possible appeals.
Soldier Escapes
Serious Injury
In Car Accident
An American soldier driving to toward
ward toward Diablo on the Gaillard High Highway
way Highway early this morning narrowly
missed criticial injury, if not
death, when his car went out at
control, police said.
The car zigzagged off the road
and over a concrete ditch, turn turning
ing turning over and throwing the soldier
from his car, according to police.
Sgt. Hurshel Pennington, 40, of
Ft. Kobbe, was rounding the Gail-
lard turn beyond the Canal 'Ce.
Training Building when his er
went int() its spin. He traveled
nearly 600 feet on both sides of
the road while out of control, the
police reported.
Police discovered Pennington Int
conscious and head down in the
concrete ditch.
He was treated at Gorges Iloay,
pita! for a severe facial laceration
but reportedly sustained no etheit
injury.
No charges have been filed. brd
Balboa police are stilt telfeityse"
ing.
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I- THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN There is orie summit at which .e ..
Representatives are hoping t Zams, time in Dallas were given 1,
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- the rresitieut ol. the U.S. stands
a t --- ,., keep it secret,. but Ow have work AliAliz, months .eacti though ,:one ,,
ed out such a hard-and-fast -dea tad. two previouz offenses, ancitne
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. Tim mot 1031 II on open forum tor readers of The Panama American. 1 )0ogre ware Appears to oe agree- (41kW.,
ifi Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly confidential ment. lbe B,g three of the Re- .. t with Southern Democrats tha Aber three.r, Eveir.,110Pc-Pusbers,
11 sesanner. puoucan Paro Dwigin ii. ...-- $ you would !think they belonged -to he -most. heinous ,et aU those in
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tt' the same party. - the dope-racket because their pro pros
s pros r it yeti contribute a letter don't be impatient if It doesn't the Eisenhower, tuchard Nixon and Ai 0
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$ sheet day. Lofton ars pubfished in the order received. national chairman Tnruston ker. They have organized whips and fession is "pushing" dope on
Please try to keep fits letters limited to one peso length. ton apparently have decided IIW assistant whips to work together those IfYing to refortn, aren't us uson
on uson at least six major economic ually given as much as 15 years years,
, years, i Identity of letter writen is held in strictest confidence. to attempt once more to conymce
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. nis newspaper assumes no responsibility for etatements or opinions American" labor that the Gop
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, ,, and social measures, whethet Ei- though they should be:- --.
" expresses! in letten from readers- leadership is not its enemy.
.7 senhower favors them or not. In the Texas court of Criminal
Each man has moved personal- Several Dixiecrst Republican appeals, Judge Lloyd W..Ditekison
':: 'f 11 P pA A 1 i B t) X ly towards this political goal.
Most important, of course, was
coalitions have operated in the wrote a blistering dissent ., claim claimpast,
past, claimpast, but never with such 'iron- ing that Candy's conviction regilt,
Posident Eisennower's ciecision lu clad discipline as the one poet or- ed from an illegal search wartlint.
, 0 receive the steelworkers Union ((l'(, -' ganized. The 33 Republicans have lie said:
Chief, Daviu McDonald, at New even agreed to meet regularly "So the. time has come-in this
.
CHILD PLAY York's Waldorf Astoria last lit with 33 Dixiecrats on major mea-, state when peace officers can
,-----, month with the world's press
k(, A. .0e-i .. il, ,i sures before the 'house. At these kick in the door of one's home'and
Si i : corps watching the union leader's meetings tentative strategy' will search and ransack ft at wilt and
coming and going. : ore.-- Iv,- nisie,,,..,:-,--,
';'''. 'k,'.., I.n be worked out, a "nose count" without any lawful authority to do
It is high time to put a stop to the childish feuding between In the most intormed circles it ., .,,-..,?'' $ i...,....s.!!s-s- .s s. .... made of tbfre piospective' 'votes, so Slid in total disregard of the
the railroad and the trucking companiee which are striving to is believed that this half-hour
' -.1. '44.t., r.'i' ', 41:k., '14 and whipi instructed to whip law. If that is. ectual -justice
each side into line. under. law, I want no part of it...
serve the merchants of Panama City. conference was suggested to the ,&,!$.4? ttnisin ';;, ?-nr si.t'v- itt'-i,-,:-...-4,
,,,...., .44see n -p., ee 4., 7;:.,.:',i,N,,, Significantly, the leader of the if a conviction obtained under Such
The overpaid bureaucrats of the bankrupt railroad should President by his good friend, s, ...,1,.2,?,1:Intee. --,,s ,.- s ,.0..... ..,, ':,,,--.
recognize that merchants with sufficient business acumen to Gen. Lucius Clay, chairman of --4,-r. -AO' ;. ''-'.''.--. '..:':, ''':(;'-ar,- -.,; coalition is none other than Ike's circumstances is due process of
establish and successfully operate commercial enterprises are the board of Continental Can Co. C.,-.qt'-'' ,Yi..,'7,nee,--, ..,,;-, ;V:Al,m,,e -;,,-, own GOP leader in the House. law,, then there is no due process
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;,,,r,,,, .,i$, 4,:..,.,3 we,,,p ,,,,,-;,k34,. -- "Two Cadillac" Charlie Halleck of law."
fully capable of determining whether they wish their merchan- This report has it that Gen. Clay :,e,,,e ,., eroi-e-,-e.-ets, ., ,,
;;-Or' ..-n rs,,,,,,Anl's 1.5 '4" a :,,'', '7te$3:ifNO''.01, -;", of Indiana. The Democratic levier When Mickey Cohen was lord of
is Congressman Howard Smith the Los Angehleeshuansdbeerewnorslped alkdinidg
dise hauled from Colon to Panama by trucks or by rail, and WAS approached by the late
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particularly when the trucks deliver our merchandise to our Edward Cheyfitz, Washington At Atplaces
places Atplaces of business without extra expense. torney and one of the Gene- nr ,,,AN.:,:,41,'''',st- ' s., ...',-,t',,,'' '''''': '''',a,iss'AV,sts,j,('-',1.1-,,,
i,..1..e,-ien, ',4, sn, ', :.'. ;P',1". ,'',A113'."'''' of pr pro epommseinnorthern Virginia. my best to 'expose his operations.
It is hoped the Governor, who has been sympathetic in trY- rat's labor advisers. .,4h. '.-..r u.n..e.,s,.'eq.;- ,.; Significantly also, H a 1 I e c k, Now that he's leading a straight
though Ike's leader, is vigorously life I'd likgesiettoormhealptorhieims,., Aurintoinngg
tr.g to keep the nearly defunct railroad going, Will issue instruc- 411 -.-1.e
tions to those concerned before all of the business is lost to the This was tie of Cheyfitz's last '.eki
,--:e'e -,,J,',nf, gc 0 Iukr et obeyerpruideshinbgiutheTShuis- totthebor ythstn
railroad, and thus avoid further veiled threats and intimidation moves. He was asked to sug- .-'i,.-4,,,e ''...1 bill, i n tr od u c e d b y C o n g r e s s m a n t he m n o t t o m a kroeoemhf feteeheedi pneednmehmterei risdeit.akapFekauyifenstmleshehianes:
pr retaliation against those of us who are endeavoring to earn gest the summit session by Steel ,,.'!ol,'.((, : Smith, would drastically curtail did.
ap honest living without a government pay check. a sagacious strategist, indeed. ;:ir 1,n-, ...;,,,, flieneii ....
-ii..,-sz' 'Tlai,'i- -, -ifle'r4 i the Tower and jurisdiction of toe Investigation of Candy Barr's
. It was M. Goldberg's thought
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.esie.v tSwil ea, uoockprikedrk,neh ImwagFehasteihtCnthaeonful kdo t hur ti e, a., egrEha jeiiwinso ep eesantydh. i. omt we, al eebrreut tit' n ,Hoivi aeeitssr. cyrmaiegesahenr tts icfinoos nrt val. anyi ni fncui regnsstpt
, -Free Enterprise. that President Eisenhower had
rn ''':'''A1' KA Service, Ine InetreavGclokevewt.,
treavGclokevewt., InetreavGclokevewt., li
made anti-inflation statements
riju a na c a stehth.e eAnsendnaartIceo. thiwcoillspe
which might be misinterpreted
. as criticism of labor's demand
Other bills the coalition has sei hyPeersictwiegaasDtainnngiel of Texas, who did a
CONRAD() NICKS HORSEPLAYER ..
-7- - for higher wages. This, in turn,
-- could be understood to sound anti-"Eir:
labor. cretly decided to block include: great service to the nation by in- 1
, 21: FThedeerKaleanidn teodeydeEcravilmon.anti
, Goldberg suggested that perhaps
:---- I want to bring to your attention a very costly error in your
Gen. Clay might urge the Pre Prea
a Prea ter Inc e n ett bill. 1
newspaper. Last Sunday morning as usual 1 took up the sports
sident to. make. a public dis- .racketeering and labor reform Candy Barr's case.
page of The Panama American and turned to Conrad Sergeant's
play of his receiving McDonald. s i
line-up of the horses for Sunday afternoon. This would be seen in all circles ,, 3. The Flood-Douglas,. factory z
After much deliberation 1 settled on the first daily double doubleas
as doubleas evilence of he President's from acute unem
Yfmaceielitlies biU
i loan bill to aid areas suffering
4. The communiPtlye
the combination Brandal and Dotia Flora which according to
neutrahty. CHIPS ON THE SHOULDER gold does not exceed the value of answer to knockers is a knockout, DA1Ly
rent paper was n 4-7 combination. ,Th e Steelworkers. chief's au- tiberly. .It's about time we real- punch.
,i,-;i01 sent down to Panallla to buy this ticket and gat oack to
d nce th senhower did
wi Mr El A Congressional committee's ized that native Reds are not citz- for aid in supplying sewage ano sa sauwsetr
uwsetr sauwsetr abduddedeprr,0000 1
itiltit the results. The first Face was won by Brandal and the
give that impression. nitation.
stunning disclosure that China's ens of this country-but soldiers Liberace's libel suit against 4. ms n .
tinily double with Doha Flora paid $204.40. But I never got to
At about the same time Vice Reds have murdered or tortured in an enemy army. Extending de- London newspaper people tor nu ew housmg bill
On the other hand, the 'coalition MIDITATION 1
eollect it. It seems Mr. Conrad() Sargeant failed to list the horses
President Nixon personally asked
nseanhoj
30 million of their own people was mocratic privileges to Commun- plying homose,suality is some s 1
proper'y according to the official line-up published.
t McDonald to fly to Moscow with Practically ignored by many dai- ists here is about as reasonable thing to go hmf about. Consider- tceonttrheolEolf. 1
I3, the way, the day before my 4-7 combination turned ou r.
i next month Officially me. lies. However, everything Eddie, as giving Reds in Moscow the ing that (Treat Britaln is otticially water lilies g cl
to be worthless as number 7 in the second race was Fieltro and n m and vegetations which
Donald would be the guest of the
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e it and Liz say and do re- rights to vote in our elections. . listed in the records as producin clog up southern riv Th (Presented by the Department
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not Dofia Flora as per your listing. United States Information Agen- Presents Big News. ..The injec- Juvenile delunatics are still being morel homosexuals than any na- 000 had been delet d lbs. th ell 11)43'. of Christian Educations of to 1
' A, number of people depend on your sports editor to publish e y e (ruse
or. But they would travel to tions of bigotry in the Lewis treated like spoiled children, when tion on earth. Notably in London's Ap i Episcopal. Church in the Mis Misthe
the Misthe correct line-up. Otherwise why buy your paper when you propr ations Committee for eco
gether arrive together and be Strauss ruckus is typical of some they are vicious criminals. How Better Se, In fact, one of those ar- -sionary Diocese of the Panama
leck, desDit hi
can buy an official program for 15 cents. In any case I feel e 8 public lectures
photographed together. politicos. The tougher the fight, many people must they kill be- rested (fr impairing the morals no,, - Canal Zone.1 i
justified in saying Conrad() has nicked me to the tune of $204.40.
d t at ne e ir ler... ough Demos and fore we wake up?
McDonald indicate h th d. t. Alai Y easons but Charlie Hal Hal'
' Hal' of little boys) was kmeted by Her --- r '
about spending privately decider
- THE HUMBLE WITHIN MAN
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- Beaten Under the Wire would very much like to be in Repubs are swapping venom, the Ma
jesty. As for Lib race's man- to add this t 'th b d t
o e u ge i
the party if there was no steel most important political fact of liness, thank u-s for this tip: Don't
:: He sent word secretly to Rep "They snatch on the right,
strike. At this moment, he is 1959 is that party lines have Khrushchev expresses devotion give him a chance to steal your Otto Passman of Louisian th b
a at he. ut are still hu r
off Y3 and tney
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,, still on "the list." Ibroken down. President Eisen- to peace one day and sputs girl ... There are scad's of predic predic,
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AMIIMI-61211: Pita 21g..ts As for Richard Nixon's close bower's social welfare program is 'threats the next. This form of g
friend, Sen. Thruston Morton,
he's planning a rather unusual
debut on the labor front. His more New Deal than anything nerve war is hardly novel. It was irl. :There are scads ofprefic ofprefictions
tions ofprefictions about whether our economy
FDR ever proposed. !rime matt, patented by Hitler. ..Adlai Steven- will go up or dow,n-all mtunted was making this $500,000 conccs- devour on the left, but are not
SiOn four sonthern river control as satisfied; each devours his
a gesture to the new, alliance,
frequently rough on movie stars, son, who meane well, has been by experts. An expert is one who MICKEY COHEN REFORMS
coming out partY is set for Tues- almost always cuddles up to urging a workable disarmament
day, June 16, in Philadelphia.
Sen. Mortoiv exhibiting a rare
brand of politiegincourage, has a- PeoPle, realize that the choice,with
treed to spealnethatnnorning at
the Third Annual Industrial Re- Comitondsts is ',pot, war,or-peact.
Wiens conference of the Indust. chains-or in ashes.
Arial Union Dept. of the all allCIO
CIO allCIO a division headed by euch
needlers of the Republiean Par Party
ty Party as Walter Reuther and James Pa
Carey. tycoons who control advertising program for the United States. wrong.
revenue., ...Dammit, wh,en will His sleches are as earnest as has a good reason for guessing
they are unrealistic. This oation Nothing more shocking than the
hat been rstriying., to secure such report that jobless :miners in' Westi
The Reds want the world n a disarmament 'prograin for 14 Virginia 'are near starvatimi. If
years. Thereit just one thing we can afford to give millions of
blocking it: Russia has rejected dollars to former enemies and
. everything and anything that allies-it is downright criminal for
Peace is a word In the Red pro- would make inspection and con- anY American to be hungry. .
ganda war Since World War trot effective. The capability of Bernard Baruch's quotable words Peet.
II, the Communists have enslav- massive nuclear retaliation is still
ed 600 million 'people. Me stor- the surest way of preventing about inflation: "Unfortunately,
an like sin, it is tolerated, encour- lc st
M. key Cohen, ex-ruler of the nlaIY
Los Angeies underworld, came to
see me nhe other day. Mickey
served time for,ins'inany sins and ra It
now appearstt be 'trying, tit- read',
a straight life. This isn't easy
for any ex-convict, especially one
as notorious as Mickey. Every Everything
thing Everything you do is likely to be sus- neighbor's flesh." '"
A cut stone culture and a jun jun,
, jun, gle ;morality. This was the ano anoin
in anoin ancieet Palestine. Ma Manasseh
nasseh Manasseh devours E p h r a i m and
then both turn upon 114ah to
Hipart. So we think of
oland ',end' Ilibigary 'being' gob gobbled
bled gobbled tili'b -the "Rtissian beit';'-
Within the nation, Isaiah sees
judges pervert the law, the strong
matte prey of the fatherles. so
there is cutthroat competition in
Mickey came to me hot on be- our American cuittire which spills
half of himself however, but to over into Olir corpOrate life,
,
Theme of that conference is ies about Kim Novak's romances atomic Pearl Harbor. Grim but aged, and, indeed, enjoyed by plead for a girl who got 15 Yearsl It spills over also inte our per per-
- per- "Collective Bargaining Today." are gond copy. A cinch to win the true. many." As this reporter has not- from a Texas Owl for the pos. song lives. Here is the greatest
---' ,I' Just what Sen. Morton will say Dullitzer Prize. .Are people ed: Every defeat for the dollar session of one marijuana &gent. contradiction. Man has mastered
add ,, ,
Al . won't be decided until he confers human? Despite the miracle of is a victory for the ruble. -This te. She is Juniata Sluther, a night- nature but the best wthin still
club dancer under the name of defies him. lie lives in the 20th
with his colleagues in Wash- the Salk vaccine, many people The squabble between the two nation's defense line currently ex ex0
0 ex0 1 i 1 11111,14 t?Zartimi, ington the morning before the have neglected to take advantage parties relating to taxes and budg- tends across six continents where "Candy Barr," who had '. her century according' to standards
beauty "'"1. :,:;.::-, ...... . 1:, of it. There should be a vaccine ets is strictly blah-blah. Nobady we are committed to defend 694 apartment raided Itl DallaS Ott. of the stone age. Man has let
ei .i.' !, -::
: aiuminum awnings one-man invasion of a sesfnm
,
in which the Republicane would against stupidity. Mae record knows how long we must pay for 1 million People. So all this talk 27, 1957, tinder circumStances the jungle but he has taken with
, ,... e .. ::, which one Texas judge denounc- him the jungle. isstinct. He builds
'about saving money on defense is
- and value run second to the Prohibition Prohibition.
. Prohibition. .
Isis in a popularity poll. for the swiffest transformation defense and nobody knows the ul ulfrom
from ulfrom hero to zero-goes to Fidel- timate cost. Sen. Morse's tan-ljust that-talk. led. himself up by tearing down the
.- ,,.,.:: One cigarette was found on her. other person.
- 'At ellY karkint afters But Sen. Morton is no babe is Faddle Castro. .It requires only trums ere rem'niscent of Donald i
tO )(Mir
' this wook. His own family has a single melancholy fact to ex- Duek. Nevertheless, such goings- Only a year ago, both partiv, khe claims this was- given her by Yet it is a' hollow victory.' For
.
a friend for safeke
, ,,, ,-:A!'..- these missive Wares, had long and friendly relations plain whet Dictator Nasser has on are a cinch to make him a Po- were blaming each other for the i eping. Whether a man to live like a brute de
with labor in his home town of done to Egypt. The most popular litical Dead Duck. Another rea- recession. Now both are taking B
rue or not the sentence
, Cndy stroys hiro..as, well as t h o s e
. omel... :, Mule of spring tempered alumij
) II,: ::;:l num i Louisville, Ky. His family, un- book there is Hitler's "Mein son you can't eenect torone lehor credit for the prosperity. .Se- arr was handed by the 1.-Texas whom he- svotild &Vein Living
.: i ,..1 : i 2 coat "Tropic Tested" bsked til recently, owned the Ballard KamPre-Shul history: Beat- reform legislation: Many Con- vera,1 months ago the Justice court-15 years- was one- of the by the law of the jungle is com commost
most commost severe in history.
,,,,, ,,,,ve 4,-ilef enamel finish and Ballard Co. This was a flour niks-Bumniks-Boreniks. gressmen were elected with the Dep t announced that laws are mitting suicide.
Aiberel Credit Terms ::'-',7101211111)., .i.i..-
Complete all weather protection' and feed mill and grocery pro- support of organized-labor, finan- being drafted aimed at dynamit- --
,:e.,,e6,::.:,..::,:,...... :,:,-i, ducts corporation. The Senator's cial and otherwise. Jr they ever ers of churches and schoole and Answer to Previous Pussle 1
.-- ,.,....::-. ,-,,.:.,:i,,,,,,:.- Note ths8. 100 cote! com beldam. peddlers of hate literature. What-
grandfather, Thruston Ballard, Washington seems to be more dig into the facts about the 'mun'-
Mess Call
for tree shook the bourbon off the town's concerned about political mud tions lobby. the front pages will ever happened tc those laws? And rellel mg Num Nattill.,1
riaz-41.kffe' ramlim WEIVElini
estimates store shelves by initieting an than radinactive dust . Jimmy have hot headlines for weeks. why doesn't 'somebody do some- Willtr.A211 SWIPE" imiltqlliit
Tel. MaCkina s. a. eight hour day In 1908. Hoffa will never be as big as he juvenile Dillingers now Ro before thine! Om It?. ..Add shockers
thinks he is . Nothin ore our courte annually. A decade A United Nations re rt disclose
A generation later, th, Sena- g m Po d ACROSS
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of beef 6 Forty-ninth Elnefentatillaltelf-linl Weill
Germany's oneletion e
school children are young offenders in a year- End of adnit P anno read or state
One half block from the National Brewery into action at the plant for the 4 Cold -7,-- rilrimirimourori, netalitel
......-.-.,---,-. workers only. This was found- nnt beim, taught the facts about nightmare. write. Te the feuding branches
8 Fruit drinks TSmall tparantnavilturAv. wimp'
ed by the Metropolitan Insuranee Nazism. Those who refuse to learn of our armed forces: You cannot
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Co.. and no executives were eli- from histore are condemned to re- Communist agents are pourine s'on the hammer-end-siekle 13 Stor fe1antr.317 iiiteill erIssill
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gible. peat IL In light of the tensions money, euns end Pronneenda in. grinding an ax John L. Lewis' Y
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111, among Western allieg-tne might. to one-third of the world thet n fins' indignity: He has become a Indian al-s-lr-lm unigro trItimic
. for waste 11 Denomination
nt, Yoong Thruston took over in lest demoeratic allianee Is the u- supposed to be uncommited in. bore. 15 Operated 17 Wsshed 29 Couches 42 Habitat
,jb. the early thirties. He was ninniee nion of SO States. .What barmen- the Mediterr-nean to the sniion le Able to live
lightly 31 Shade of red Plant !Conn
or ed to the Senate Internal Securi- China Sea. The steke: 20 nations WHITEFACE WHITENED
without air te Fend off 33 Legislative 43 Fleshy fruit
JONLIMIE -.,,i
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A the executive suite in 33.
There were 400 worker
there wag a depression. But
Id tv Committee's inyeetigation of and 700 millinn neonle. .13oth
subversives in journalism? sides in New York's tragic homy- WHYTE-FACE MOUNTAIN el
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2o Put within 23 Bury
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tal strike belie elrearly lost more .r, .- .
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Thrtiston Morton guarenteed hie ri en, snow caripea ttIP top ot 25 Turns right Roman MC !48Preposition
WA L et E R employes a 40-hour week and Although Weshington, London -than either side can win. I hone ,,,,,,.e,. . ...,
t taFe mountain monnay. pie i 22 Cattle 28 Surrenders' 40 Resist 47 High cards
- no layoffs. This meant he had and Parie rofil!A to 'Omit it-the 00nn Of thf. Str;trnrt Pver e't sick "t"
mountern snnwfell was niled into 24 Monster 27 Decide 41 Jumping 41I Tidings ')
tn dream tin make-work schemes. Western Alliance le more of It ,di- and need the heln they refitse to t , i - 26 Containers 28 Solar disk sticke 50 Brown
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It is high time to put a stop to the childish feuding between
the railroad and the trucking companies which are striving to
serve the merchants of Panama City.
The overpaid bureaucrats of the bankrupt railroad should
recognize that merchants with sufficient business acumen to
establish and successfully operate commercial enterprises are
fully capable of determining whether they wish their merchan merchandise
dise merchandise hauled from Colon to Panama by trucks or by rail. and
particularly when the trucks deliver our merchandise to our
places of business without extra expense.
It is hoped the Governor, who has been sympathetic in try tryIr.g
Ir.g tryIr.g to keep the nearly defunct railroad going, Will issue instruc instructions
tions instructions to those concerned before all of the business is lost to the
railroad, and thus avoid further veiled threats and intimidation
pr retaliation against those of us who ari endeavoring to earn
ap honest living without a government pay check.
Free Enterprise.

CONRAD() N'ICKS

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I want to bring to your attention a very costly error in your
newspaper. Last Sunday morning as usual I took up the sports
page of The Panama American and turned to Conrad Sargeant's
Iine-up of the horses for Sunday afternoon.
After much deliberation I settled on the first daily double
the nombination Brandal and Dofia Flora which according to
rout paper was a 4-7 combination.
viii0,1 sent down to Parla Ma to buy this ticket and gat oack to
'11-ifit the results. The first Face was won by Brandal and the
daily doublE with Doha Flora paid $204.40. But I never got to
eoilect it. It seems Mr. Conrad() Sargeant failed to list the horses
proper'y according to the official line-up published.
the way, the day before my 4-7 combination turned out
to be worthless as number 7 in the second race was Fie Itro and
not Doha Flora as per your listing.
A number of people depend on your sports editor to publish
the correct line-up. Otherwise why buy your paper when you
can buy an official program for 15 cents. In any case I feel
justified in saying Conrad has nicked me to the tune of $204.40.

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Labor News
1 And
iComments
By VICTOR RIESIL
There is one summit at which
the rresitieut of the U.S. stands
woere wart appearb to he agree agreement.
ment. agreement. 'the B,g ihree of the Re Repuoacan
puoacan Repuoacan Par,y Dwigat
Eisenhower, Bichard Nixon and
national chairman Tnruston Mur Murton
ton Murton apparently have decided
to attempt once more to convmce
American" labor that the Gop
leariership is not its enemy.
Each man has moved personal personally
ly personally towards this political goal.
Most important, of course, was
Posident Eisennower's decision to
receive the steelworkers Union
Chief, Daviu McDonald, at New
York's Waldorf Astoria last
month with the world's press
corps watching the union leader's
coming and going.
tri the most informed circles it
is believed that this half-hour
conference was suggested to the
President by his good friend,
Gen. Lucius Clay, chairman of
the board of Continental Can Co.
This report has it that Gen. Clay
was approached by the late
Edward Cheyfitz, Washington At Attorney
torney Attorney and one of the Gene General's
ral's General's labor advisers.
This was orle of Cheyfitz's last
moves. He was asked to sug suggest
gest suggest the summit session by Steel
a sagacious strategist, indeed.
it was M. Goldberg's thought
that President Eisenhower had
made anti-inflation statements
which might be misinterpreted
as criticism of labor's demand
for higher wages. This, in turn,
could be understood to sound anti antilabor.
labor. antilabor. Goldberg suggested that perhaps
Gen. Clay might urge the Pre President
sident President to make a public dis display
play display of his receiving McDonald.
This would be seen in all circles
as eridence of he President's
neutrality.
'rhe Steelworkers chief's au audience
dience audience with Mr. Eisenhower did
give that impression.
At about the same time Vice
President Nixon personally asked
McDonald to fly to Moscow with
him next month. Officially, Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald would be the guest of the
United States Information Agen Agency.
cy. Agency. But they would travel to
gether, arrive together and be
photographed together.
McDonald indicated that he
would very much like to be in
the party if there was no steel
strike. At this moment, he is
still on "the list."
As for Richard Nixon's close
friend, Sen. Thruston Morton,
he's planning a rather unusual
debut on the labor front. His
coming out party is set for Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, June 16, in Philadelphia.
Sen. Morton.k rxhibiting a rare
brand of politiehttourage, has
treed to speaktthatIriorning at
the Third Annual Industrial Re Relations
lations Relations conference of the Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Union Dept. of the all allCIO
CIO allCIO a division headed by such
needlers of the Republic4n Par Party
ty Party as Walter Reuther and James
Carey.
Theme of that conference is
"Collective Bargaining Today."
Just what Sen. Morton will say
won't be decided until he confers
with his colleagues in Wash Washington
ington Washington the morning before the
one-man invasion of a sesf)in
in which the Republicans would
run second to the Prohibition Prohibitionists
ists Prohibitionists in a popularity poll.
But Sen. Morton is no babe is
this wook. His own family has
had long and friendly relations
with labor in his home town of
Louisville, Ky. His family, un until
til until recently, owned the Ballard
and Ballard Co. This was a flour
and feed mill and grocery pro products
ducts products corporation. The Senator's
grandfather, Thruston Ballard,
shook the bourbon off the town's
store shelves by initiating an
eight hour day in 1908.
A generation later, th, Sena Senator's
tor's Senator's father put a pension plan
into action at the plant for the
workers only. This was found founded
ed founded by the Metropolitan Insuranne
Co.. and no executives were eli eligible.
gible. eligible. Young Thruston took over in
the early thirties. He was riinninl
the executive suite in 33.
There were 400 worker end
there was a depression. But
Thrnston Morton guaranteed his
employes a 40-hour week and
no layoffs. This meant he had
tn dream tin make-work schemes.
1-te did. No one went
Dimino ail his t;me be gealt
with the Grain Worktbrs Union.
After the TCD meeting, it wilod
ha fascinating to be tit the
GOP summit when the Big Three
compare notes on their conferen conferences
ces conferences with the opposition.
CIVIL RIGHTS RESTORED
LIMA. Peru (IIPI)--Full constl constltutional
tutional constltutional elicrahtees were restored
Mouthy throughout Peru after a
60-day susnension. Civil rights
were stisnended by the govern government
ment government of President Manuel Prado
bersuse of a lenstIlY bank elerk's
strike which authorities said was
part of a conspiracy to subvert
public order.
ILLITMLCIILIZ1
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serily.moon MOOSserily.moon thick or thirkeasse

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cretly decided to block include:
1. Federal aid to education.
Walter Winchell In Mew 2. The Kenned y-Ervin anti anti1York.racketeering
1York.racketeering anti1York.racketeering and labor reform
bill.

CHIPS ON THE SHOULDER
A Congressional committee's
stunning disclosure that China's
Reds have murdered or tortured
30 million of their own people was
practically ignored by many dai dailies.
lies. dailies. However, everything Eddie,
Debbie and Liz say and do re represents
presents represents Big News.. ?The injec injections
tions injections of bigotry in the Lewis
Strauss ruckus is typical of some
politicos. The tougher the fight,
the dirtier.. Although Demos and
Repubs are swapping venom, the
most important political fact of
1959 is that party lines have
broken down. President Eisen Eisenbower's
bower's Eisenbower's social welfare program is
more New Deal than anything
FDR ever proposed. !rime mag,
frequently rough on movie stars,
almost always cuddles up to
tycoons who control advertising
revenue. Mamma, when will
PeoPle, realize that the choice,with
Comihuldsts Is,,not war-or-peace.
The Reds want the world In
chainsor In ashes.
Peace is a word In the Red pro propaganda
paganda propaganda war Since World War
II, th? Communists have enslav enslaved
ed enslaved 600 million 'people. .The stor stories
ies stories about Kim Novak's romances
are go6d copy. A cinch to win the
Dullitzer Prize. .Are people
human? Despite the miracle of
the Salk vaccine, many people
have neglected to take advantage
of it. There should be a vaccine
against stupidity. .The record
for the swiffest transformation
from hero to zerogoes to Fidel FidelFaddle
Faddle FidelFaddle Castro. .It requires only
a single melancholy fact to ex explain
plain explain what Dictator Nasser has
done to Egypt. The most popular
book there is Hitler's "Mein
Kampf"...Shtrt history: Beatniks-Buniniks-Boreniks.
0,0.
Washington seems to be more
concerned about political mud
than radioactive dust Jimmy
tioffa will never be as big as he
thinks he is Nofhing more
sickenino that the report that West
Germany's school children are
not beino taught the facts about
Nazism. Those who refuse to learn
from historo are condemned to re repeat
peat repeat it. In light of the tensions
amonl Western alliesthe might mightlest
lest mightlest democratic allianee is the u union
nion union of SO States. .What batmen batmened
ed batmened to the Senate Internal Securi Securitv
tv Securitv Committee's investigation of
subversives in journalism?
Although Washington, London
and Paris refuse to admit itthe
Western Alliance is more of ,di ,dinto,tic
nto,tic ,dinto,tic mir,,le 'hen a military
reality. Mickey Rooney's mari marital
tal marital career has been the sublect for
much tont, scorn ;n oaners. Re
norters oughts ptek on somebn4Y
their own sire. Memo tn the de defen
fen defen 1PATI r),T1 ,,t(1,trit 'ril
of defense is never as high fa the
cost of defeat. All the world's

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gold does not exceed the value of
tiberly.. it's about time we real realized
ized realized that native Reds are not citz citzens
ens citzens of this countrybut soldiers
in an enemy army. Extending de democratic
mocratic democratic privileges to Commun Communists
ists Communists here is about as reasonable
as giving Reds in Moscow the
rights to vote in our elections.
Juvenile delunatics are still being
treated like spoiled children, when
they are vicious criminals. How
many people must they kill be before
fore before we wake up?
Khrushchev expresses devotion
to peace one day and sputs
threats the next. This form- of
nerve war is hardly novel. It was
patented by Hitler. .Ad lai Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, who means well, has been
urging a workable disarmament
program for the United States.
His si eches are as earnest as
they are unrealistic. This nation
has been striving, to eecure such
a disarmament 'program tor 14
years. There's just one thing
blocking it: Russia has rejected
everything and anything that
would make inspection and con control
trol control effective. .The capability of
massive nuclear retaliation is still
the surest way of preventing an
atomic Pearl Harbor. Grim but
true.
d.,.
The squabble between the two
parties relating to taxes and budg budgets
ets budgets is strictly blah-blah. Nobady
knows how long we must pay for
defense and nobody knows the ul ultimate
timate ultimate cost. Sen. Morse's tan tantrums
trums tantrums Fire reminiscent of Donald
Duck. Nevertheless, such goings goingson
on goingson are a cinch to make him a Po Political
litical Political Dead Duck. Another rea reason
son reason you can't e-nect Ferong. Ishor
reform legislation: Many Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen were elected with the
support of organized-lsbor, finan financial
cial financial and otherwise. .If they ever
dig into the facts about the mue'-
tions lobby. the front pages will
have hot headlines for weeks.
juvenile Dillingers now go before
our courts annually. A decade
ago, the coorts dealt with 110000
young offenders in a year End of
night mare.
Communist agents are pouring
money, nuns and nroonnanda in into
to into one-third of the world that
supposed to be uncommited In
the mediterrnean to thn
China eFi. The stake: 20 na'ions
and 700 miltinn .130th
sides in New York's tragic hospi hospital
tal hospital strike have Orem-1y lost more
than either side can win. I hone
no-ie of tho strikers over 0,t sick
and need tho beln they refose to
nive. .111Thilo Thissia tells arming
Ntiqnx Find
itself to the teeth in the 1930s. its
',slue a Notions roer'sent-tives
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WASHINGTON. oi;Thirthy-thre
top Republicans in the House t
.
Representatives are- hoping t
. keep it secret,. but they have work I
.s
ed out such a hard-and-fast dea 1
1 ,... with Southern Democrats tha
you wouid think they belonged -to
the same party.
They have organized whips and
,, ,. assist'ant whips to work together
on at least six major economic
and social measures, whethet Ei Ei,
, Ei, senhower favors them or not.
Several Diziecrat Republican
, coalitions have operated in the
, past, but never with such iron ironclad
clad ironclad discipline as the one poet or or1
1 or1 1 ganized. The 33 Republicans have
even agreed to meet regularly
with 33 Dixiecrats on major mea-,
sures before the Ilouse. At these
I i meetings tentative strategy' will
id, be worked out, a "nose count"
made of ti)e piospective' votes,
i and whipi instructed to whip
each side into line.
' Significantly, the leader of the
coalition is none other than lite's
own GOP leader in the House.
"Two Cadillac" Charlie Halleck
of Indiana. The Democratic levier
1 is Congressman Howard Smith
from northern Virginia.
Significantly also, H a 1 I e c k,
though Ike's leader, is vigorously
opposing Ike by pushing the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court overricte bill. This
bill, introduced by Congressman
il Smith, would drastically curtail
the Tower and jurisdiction of tic
Supreme Court. Eisenhower tiss
0., Service, let taken a stand against it, but Hal Halleek,
leek, Halleek, when Ike helped elect over
.
"Old Faithful" Joe Martin, is
working the other way.
Other bills the coalition has se

answer to knockers is a knockout
punch.
Liberace's libel suit against
London newspaper people tor itat
plying homose,sualliy is some.
thing to go hmf about. Consider Considering
ing Considering that (Treat Brits In is otticially
listed in the records as producin.,
morel homosexuals than any na nation
tion nation on earth. Notably in London's
Better Se,. In fact, one of those ar arrested
rested arrested (Mr impairing the morals
of little boys) was knrted by Her
Majesty. As for Lib race's man manliness,
liness, manliness, thank us for this tip: Don't
give him a chance to, steal your
girl There are scads of predic predicgirl.
girl. predicgirl. .There are scads ofprefic ofprefictions
tions ofprefictions about whether our economy
will go up or downall mtunted
by experts. An expert is one who
has a good reason for guessing
wrong.
Nothing more shocking than the
report that jobless miners in West
Virginia 'are near starvatim If
we can afford to give millions of
dollars to former enemies and
alliesit is downright criminal for
any American be hungry.
Bernard Baruch's quotable words
about inflation: "Unfortunately,
like sin, it is tolerated, encour encouraged,
aged, encouraged, and, indeed, enjoyed by
many." As this reporter has not noted:
ed: noted: Every defeat for the dollar
is a victory for the ruble. This
nation's defense line currently ex extends
tends extends across six continents where
we are committed to defend 694
1 million people. So all this talk
'about saving money on defense is
'just thattalk.
Only a year ago, both parties
were blaming each other for the
recession. Now both are taking
credit for the prosperity .Se .Several
veral .Several months ago the Justice
Dep't announced that laws are
being drafted aimed at dynamit dynamiters
ers dynamiters of churches and schools and
peddlers of hate literature. What Whatever
ever Whatever happened tc those laws? And
why doesn't 'somebody do some somethins!
thins! somethins! abo"t it?. ..Add shockers
A United Nations report disclosed
that 44 percent of the world's
Adpit por"ilt;no cannot read or
write. To the feudine. branches
of our armed forces: You csnnot
s'on the ha mmer-and-siqie
gsinding an ax John L. Lewis'
final indignity: He has become a
bore.
WHITEFACE WHITENED
WIITTEFACE MOUNTAIN, N.
Y. (UPDTwo inches of wet.
firirtv snow capped the top of
Whiteface Mountain Monday. The
mountain snowfall was riled into
b.,o-1,nt drifts in some sections.
'Whiteface is 4,860 feet high.
.
J,FL'ACT
Mary Lyon, a pioneer U.S.
educator, established or the
first time a permanent; en endowed
dowed endowed school of advanced
study for girls, at low tuition
the present Mount Holyoke I
College. In 1237, when she
was 40, Mount Holyoke Sem-
inary was opened at South i
Hadley, Mass. Believing that;
education is to tit one to do
good, Mary Lyon eliminated'
servants, having each pupil.
spend one hour a day at corn cornimunity
imunity cornimunity housework.
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3. The Flood-Douglas factory
1 loan bill to aid areas suffering
from acute unemployment.
4. The community facilities biU
for aid in supplying sewage ano sa sanitation.
nitation. sanitation. 4. The new housing
On the other hand, the coalition
has just added $500,000 to the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower budget for th control of
water lilies and vegetations which
clog up southern rivers. The $500,-
000 had been deleted by the House
Appropriations Committee for eco
leck, despite his public lectures
nomy reasons, but Charlie Hal Halabout
about Halabout spending, privately decided
to add this to the budget.
He sent word secretly to Rep.
Otto Passman of Louisiana that he
was making this $500,000 conces concesSiOn
SiOn concesSiOn four southern river control as
a gesture to the new, alliance,
MICKEY COHEN REFORMS
.t
Mickey Cohen, ex-ruler cif the
Los Angeies underworld, came to
see me the other day. Mickey
served time forAtivmany sins and
now appears,t0 be trying tn. read
a straight life. This isn't easy
for any ex-convict, especially one
as notorious as Mickey. Every Everything
thing Everything you do is likely to be sus suspect.
pect. suspect. Mickey came to me hot on be behalf
half behalf of himself, however, but to
plead for a girl who got 15 years
from a Texas court for the pos.
session of one marijuana cigaret cigarette.
te. cigarette. She is Juniata Slucher, a night nightclub
club nightclub dancer under the name of
"Candy Barr," who had ' her
apartment 'raided lh DallaS Ott.
27, 1957, under circumstances
which one Texas judge denounc denounced.
ed. denounced. It One cigarette was found on her.
1She claims this was given her by
' a friend for safekeeping. Whether
true or not, the sentence -Candy
Barr was handed by the 1.-Texas
court-15 years was one of the
most severe in history.
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' la! ',narcotics at.: about
zame time in Dallas, were given
itly.-six, months eachi 'though :one
tad. two previouz offenses, ancitne
Aber threcr. EveittAope-pustaers,
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the dope racket because their pro proreSSIOn
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ually usually given as much as 15 years
though they should be:
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ed reaulted from an illegal search wartint.
lie said:
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state when peace officers can
kick in the door of one's home and
search and ransack ft at wilt and
without any lawful authority to do
so mid in total disregard of the
law. If that is. 'equal -justice
under. law, I want no part of it...
if a conviction obtained under such
circumstances is due process of
law,, then there is no due process
of law."
When Mickey Cohen was lord of
the Los Angeles underworld did
my best to 'expose his operations.
Now that he's leading a straight
life I'd like to help him. Among
other things, he has been speaking
it boys' reformatories, urging
them not to make the mistakes he
did.
Investigation of Candy Barr's
case convinces me Mickey is
right in trying to help her. Fifteen
years is an unprecedented punish.
ment for a first offender in a ma marijuana
rijuana marijuana case. And I hope Gov.
Price Daniel of Texas, who did a
gr,eat service to the nation by in investigating
vestigating investigating the narcotics racket
he was in the senate, will review
Candy Barr's case.
DAILY
MIDITATION
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Educations of to
Episcopal Church in the Mis Mis,
, Mis, sionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zoncl
THE HUMBLE WITHIN MAN
"They snatch on the right,
but are still hungry, and tney
devour en the left, but are riot
satisfied; each devours his
neighbor's flesh."
A cut stone culture and a jun jungle
gle jungle morality. This was the ano anomaly
maly anomaly in ancient Palestine. Ma Manasseh
nasseh Manasseh devours Ephraim and
then both turn upon Judah to
,rend it apart. So we think of
Poland 4nd
'bled tiji 'b Vie -Rdssian
Within the nation, Isaiah
judges pervert the law, the stmng
mese prey of the fatherless. so
there is cutthroat competition in
our American cuittire which spills
over irito Mir corporate life.
It spills over also into our per personal
sonal personal lives. Here is the greatest
contradiction. Man has m astered
nature but the best wthin still
defies him. He lives in the 20th
century according to standards
of the stone age. Man has lel
the jungle but he has taken with
him the jungle isstinet. ,He builds
himself up by tearinx down the
other person.
Yet it is a hollow victory. For
a man to live like a brute de destroys
stroys destroys him 'le, well as those
whom he-',wetild detour. Living
by the law of the jungle is com committing
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HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS AWARDEDMembers of A Company, ist Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, display their cer certificates
tificates certificates of completion of the high school genera educational development test Watery. From left are Sfc. James E. Revis. Sp4
William R. Crews, Pfc. Donald A. Wilson:Pfc. Leo G. Burpee, Sp4 Robert L. Alumbe,ugh, Sp4 Joseph L. Ledbetter and Sgt. Frank
J. Tweed. Me general educational development testing program at the Fort Kobbe Education Center, under the direction of
Wayne Poland, is receiving excellent cooperation from all company commanders as evidenced by the fact that 62 men stationed
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TV Superman George Reeves
is Suicide Victim At Age 45

HOLLYWOOD CITI) George
(Superman) Reeves, TV hero to
millions of youngsters, shot him himself
self himself to death yesterday in des despondency
pondency despondency over unemployment and
an ex-girl friend.
The 45-year-old actor shot him himself
self himself in the head with a Gera Ian
Luger pistol minutes after his
fiancee, Lenore Lemmon, predict predicted
ed predicted he would commit suicide. They
were to have been married Fri Friday,
day, Friday,
,
,
Miss Lemmon and another
house guest, New York writer
Robert Condon, told police Reeves
Was upset by unexpected visitors
to his Benedict Canyon home.
After a brief argument the actor
retired to-his bedroom, undressed
and fired a shot through his -right
te,mple,
Friends talc Reeves had not
worked regularly for two years
and was distraught about being
Nypecast" as "Superman," which
Interfered ,with his desire to play
ether roles.
Miss Lemmon told detectives
Reeves ,was despondent over, a
former girl friend who "was driv drivIng
Ing drivIng him crazy." 1
Some ,35 million televiewers
throughout LOA : world yearl
watitted the strapping Reeves star
In more than 100 Tv films int
which he portrayed the invulner invulnerable
able invulnerable f'Superman." Re-runs of the
series still are being shown as far
awaY as Japan, but the actor re reeeived
eeived reeeived no residual payments from'
subsequent showings.
According to detective D o
Johnson, Reeves had retired about
midnight Monday night along with
his two house guests, Miss Lem Lem.
. Lem. Iron and Condon, when friends

Florida Universily
Negro Successful
In School York

GANESVILLE, Fla. (UPI)
The University of Florida an anpounced
pounced anpounced today that its first Ne Negro
gro Negro student ,was scholastic pro probation
bation probation during the past semcster.
However, George Starke Jr.,,,27,
llanford Orlando, successfully
completed his second semester
work ,and is eligible for readmit readmitlance
lance readmitlance this fall.
Starke's record the past semes semester
ter semester waa, reYiewed by the law, col college
lege college faculty,' a 'step taken when a
student faila to maintain a "C"
average.
Apparently, Stake made up his
first semester deficiency since
law students must maintenain a
l'C" average to remain in school.
He became he first Negro to
enroll at a previously all white
state supported insMtution last
fall. 'rhe University's graduate
schools were ordered integrated,
by a U. S. District Court last
June.
Five other Negroes who regis registered
tered registered for the summer session
attended classes today. They
are Vera Mae Alexander, Red Reddiekl
diekl Reddiekl Rayfield M. McGhee,
Gainesville: Elia M. Mims. Tam Tamps:
ps: Tamps: Mrs. Daphne Duval,' Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; and Juba L. Cosby, Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Mrs. Duval enrolled in a single
neight eourse at 'the University in
February.

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stopped for an unscheduled visit.
Johnson said Reeves objected to
the late-hoOr visit of William Bliss
and Mrs. Carol Von Ronkel and
quarreled with the pair.
Following the argument the ac actor
tor actor returned to his bedroom.
"When he got upstairs," Miss
LMITIOn told officers, "I said,
'he's going up there to kill him.
self."
Johnson said Bliss called police
after the shot was fired.'
Miss Lemmon, 35, announced
she 'and the actor,,had planned to
be vinarriid Friday. The couple
met in New, York-six months ago.
A former actress, Miss Lemmon
is the daughter of a successful
Broadway ticket broker. She be became
came became fr madcap New York cafe
socialite and eloped with Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt heir J. Vanderbilt Webb in
1941. They were divorced about
five years later.
The attractive brunette then
married Hamish Menzies of Scot Scotland
land Scotland in London in 1950. That mar marralge
ralge marralge ended in divorce in 1955.
Reeves, a native of Woodstock,
Towa, had planned to box a two tworound
round tworound exhibition Tuesday with
light heavyweight champion Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore in San Diego. He al
so- was planning, a wrestling ca career
reer career flp, the Aiture,,,
The husky performer made
news two months ago when he re received
ceived received serious head injuries in a
Hollywood automobile accident
Reeves began his acting career
in,"Gone With The Wind" in 1937
playing one of the Tarleton twins.
He appeared in scores of movies,
generally in secondary roles, in including
cluding including "From Here to Eterni Eternity,"
ty," Eternity," "Winged V i et o r y," So
Proudly We Hail' and "Till We
Meet Again. He also appeared
,in many "Hopalong Ca ssid y'
films before beginning his "Su "Superman"
perman" "Superman" Tv series in 1951.

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US Industrial Production
Hits All-Time High Index

WASHINGTON (UP1)Indus-i
trial production, one of the last
sectors of the economy to recover
from the 1958 recessibn, climbed
to an all-time high in May, the
Federal Reserve Board reported
yesterday.
The board said this rise,
coupled with previously reported
new highs in individual incomes
and retail spending, represented
a broad advance in the economy.
An especially encouraging as aspect
pect aspect of the production upsurge
was that output of durable goods, 1
hardest hit by last year's busi business
ness business slump, also broke through to
a record level.

The reserve board's index of
overall factory, mine and mill
production rose to 152 last month,
based on a 1947-49 average of 100.
This compared with 150 for April
and a recession low of 126 for
April, 1958.
The board .cited gains in suc.
durable products as automobiles,
farm machinery, trucks, house household
hold household appliances, building mater materials
ials materials and non-ferrous materials.
Durable goods production was
up 25 per cent from the reces recession
sion recession montk of lgay,1958, and 2
per cent from,April of ,this year.
The board said the increase
was "broadly based."
Output of non-durable goods
was about 10 per cent above the
former highs of 1957 with, new
gains reported for apparel, leath leather
er leather products, textiles, chemicals
and paper.
Steel production, at 93 per cent
of capacity in May, rose to 94
per cent in early June, the board
said.

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nied by a step-up in Industry's
plans for spending on new facto factories
ries factories and machines.
This type of spending had also
been slow in bouncing back from
tlte recession.
The board reported that the av average
erage average wholesale prices of indus industrial
trial industrial commodities held steady in
May and early June at a level
212 per cent higher than a year
ago. Increases were reported foi
textiles and steel scrap while
prices of hides, rubber, lumber,
and some other materials dipped.

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AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI) An
estranged husband barricaded him
Sett in a bedroom and touched off
:shooting rampage that clauned
his life and those of his two smail
Ihildren and a police sergeant.
''Ut.;-.Joe Reynolds, 48, a veteran
of thCAugusta Police Department,
the,latest victim of the
shooting, yesterday. He died in a
hospital after Undergoing emergeh- 1
1
cy surgery.
Police said James Hofer, 34,
fatally wounded Reynolds and
then shot to death Katherine, 2,1
and Vicki Ann, 4. illofer .himself
later was found dead, apparently!
from police gunfire, authorities
said.
1
Police said the shooting occur occurred
red occurred in a darkened upstairs bed-'
room. liofer's estranged wife 1
Dorothy had been trapped in thel
bedroom for a time but escaped,
during the shooting, police said
The shooting occurred at the!
home of Mrs. Hofer's parents, Mr.i
and Mrs. W. L. Bailey. They said
Hofer broke through a window,
brandishing two .38 caliber pistols,
and trapped the mother and chil children
dren children in the bedroom.
The Baileys called authorities
and then fled the house them themselves.
selves. themselves. Sgt. Reynolds fired through
the door at Hofer, wounding him,
arid was hit by return fire when
te went to aid the man, police
said.
Sgt. Sumter Lewis, who had ar arrived
rived arrived with Reynolds, said he ex exchanged
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ing his own fire into the darkened
room at Hofer's pistol flashes. He
ran out of ammunition and re retreated.
treated. retreated. Mrs. Hofer also escaped
during this time.
Authorities said Hofer kept On
shooting. He could be heard talk talking
ing talking to the children but later they
were found dead.

As soon as word of the shooting
spread, all available police were
rushed to the Bailey home but by
then the "small war" was over.
Hoer lived at Pensacola Beach,
Fla., and operated a business at
Gulf Breeze, Fla. He was accused
of forcing his wife from a bus at
South Flomaton, Fla., last Apnl
15, and holding her at gunpoint.
She escaped unharmed from his
car the next day at Perry, Fla.,
authorities said.
Hofer was charged with abduct abducting
ing abducting his wife but the charges were
not pressed. She had told him It
the time that she was going to
get a divorce.

ORAN, Algeria QIN) Units
of France's Mediterranean and
Atlantic fleets passed in review
off this Algerian port yesterday in
the nation's largest show of gen gengoing
going gengoing might since World War T.
Armed Forces Minister Pierre
Guillatimat reviewed thp ships as
they steamed past the coast.
More than 200,000 spectators
watched from the shore.

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MIL AND MRS. COLLINGE ANNOUNCE BETROTHAL
OF DAUGHTER TO VICTOR HEISER BURROWS
Mr.-znd Mrs. Roger W. Col tinge of Diablo Heights an anneance
neance anneance the engagement of their daughter, Sara Jean, to Vic Victor
tor Victor Heiser Burrows, son of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Burro Ws of
Chicago,
Miss Co Hinge, who was graduated from the University of
Colorado in June, is affiliated with Aloha Delta Pi sorority.
Mr. Burrows attended the University of Colorado and is
presently serving with the Army.
No date has been set for the wedding.

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Miss Brownies Weds
Robert Dailey In
Margarita Church Ceremony
?Miss Janice Ann Browthee be became
came became the bride of BIN:left Wahl
Dailey during a double ring can candlelight
dlelight candlelight ceremony performed by
Rev. T E. kranKlin at we Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Gluon church. Tradition
music was presented by
AnUtea AllUerbop, organist, and
Miss ciaire vocalist.
lne urine tne daugnter of
Mr.,ana Mrs. T. Brownlee of
Margaria, and the bridegroom is
the son of Mr. anu Ali Earl
UDailey of Diablo. Both are
graduates ot Cris tooai
bCnool.
Given in marriage by her fa father,
ther, father, the untie wore a Hoof,
length slipper satin gown,
lasamoned will) a Sabrina aeci
line and long sieeves. luke.bodice
was overiaat with Chantlit, lace
and tne Jou skirt and, train were
appliqued with lace and seed
pearls. veil was caugut to
Juliet cap covered witu seeu
pearls anu sequins. She carrieu a
ootiquet ol white orchids.
The bride's sisLer and maid of
honor, Miss Beverly Brownlee,
wore a waitz-length frock ot
white organdy with a deep bor;
der of red embroidery. She car carried
ried carried a bouquet of red roses. Tbe
bridesmaids were Miss Beth Biel Bielkowski,
kowski, Bielkowski, Miss Hazel ,Kiekland and
Miss Mary Coffey. They wote
wall z-leng I h gowns in peaca,
green and orchid, and riled
bouquets of carnations.
Miss Betti L. Nicek, flower
girl, had a blue nylon organza
dress and a headband of match matching
ing matching net.
Best man was J. E. Hass of
Coco Solo, and Charles Swisher
William Rankin and Louis Taber
were ushers. Thomas Micek was
the ring bearer.
Mrs. Brownlee chose a pale pink
embroidered eyelet dress with
matching accessories, and the
bridegroom's mother wore blue
cotton satin with White accesso accessories.
ries. accessories. Out-of-town guests at the

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Club Health Bureau
Anniversary Dance
Planned July 11Ih

The Club ileaith Bureau will
celebrate its third anniversary
next month with a dance July
11 at the Casino del Mar
in San Francisco.
Willie Moro and his orchestra
will be featured at the anni anniversary
versary anniversary affair. Guests artists are
also planned and prizes Will be
given away.
Club Health Bureau members
from both sides of the Isthmus
are expected to attend the dance.

wedding festivities were t h e
bridegroom's maternal grandpa grandparents,
rents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Shan Shannon
non Shannon of El Vo lean, and the bride's
aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs.
Harry Metzgar of El Valle.
More than 200 persons attended
the wedding reception in the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Skyroom.
After a honeymoon in Costa
Rica, the newlyweds will make
their home at House 3.13-A
Coco Solo. Far traveling, the
bride wore a beige suit with
burnt orange accessories.

Wit !corn Homo Dance
At Coco Soli Saturday
The Coco Solo Teen Club will
be the scene of a "Welcome Home
to College Students" dance
Saturday evening from 7 to mid midnight.
night. midnight. Refreshments will be
served.
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Fort KW) Wives Show
Bates, Sewing Ski Hs
The Fort Kobbe Officers Wives
Club will have a brunch to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 11 at the Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Officers Club.
Articles made by members of
the batea and sewing classes will
be displayed at the meeting.

Little Dance Students
Compete .For Prizes
More than 50 dance, students,
ranging in age from six to 12,
compeLen for prizes at the Har Harnett
nett Harnett and Dunn jamboree Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening at the American
Legion Club.
Winners in the moppet class
were Elizabeth Miller and Darwin
Pope, and Mary Jean Brady, Bill
Waters, Sarah Runnestrand and
Russell Reeves were judged to
tie.
Consol ation prizes went t o
Nancy Kasher, Billy Boughner,

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Ardith Despain and Jimmy Di1-1
fer, JOhn Craig Gustin and Helen
Miller. Mr. Kasher and his
daughter Nancy won the father fatherdaughter
daughter fatherdaughter contest.
Judges for the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. J. Harned.
Demonstrations of jitterbugg jitterbugging
ing jitterbugging were presented- by Susan
Soyster, Danny Aleman, Limda

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CUTTING THE CAKEMr. and Mrs. Robert Wahl Dailey are Die Dieturect
turect Dieturect cul hog their wedding cake at a recelition which followed
their inarilage at the Margarita Union Church. The bride is the
tormer Miss Janice Ann Orownlee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.
T. Brownlee of Margarita.
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' Cash, Don McCuilough, Diane
Benbenck, Paul Robinson, Michel Michelle
le Michelle McKee, Billy Gough, Mary
Elizabeth Pope and John Bundy.
, Don McCullough won the prize
for guessing the magic work,
1"rain."
tultsofinn

Meeting

MEETINGS WEDNESDAY
Beginners Bridge
The weekly bridge class for
beginners will be held this eve evening.
ning. evening. at 8 at the USO-JWB. The
class is directed by Dick Spero of
Fort Amador, and the public is
invited to participate. There is
no charge for the class.

Central Labor Union
The iegularly scheduled month monthly
ly monthly meeting of the Canal Zone Cen Central
tral Central Labor Union, Metal Trades
Council, AFLO-C10, will be held
Sunday Morning at 8:30 at the
Industrial Training Center, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.

KRUSH REPORTED ANGRY

1 LONDON (UPI) The Daily
;Sketch Newspaper said Monday
that Soviet Foreign Minister Alt Alto
o Alto drei A. Gromyko's Berlin ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum to the Western Big Three for forI
I forI eign ministers last Wednesday
made Soviet Premier Nikita S.
Khrushchev angry. Khrushchev
1"is said to have made it clear to
him that he was lousing things
up", and consequently Gromyko
bad to back track, according to
the correspondent.

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feature Atilt
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Through the courtegy Of the
1LS. Information Service, three
films will be shown at ,the USO USOJWB
JWB USOJWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center on Monday at 1:30
A "Musical Interlude" film will
feature, Jascha Heats, Mariam
Anderson and the Californis 10,
Mor Symphony,

The California Itinior Sympho Symphony,
ny, Symphony, founded and tonductod
Peter Mereblum, is composed of
children of many races and
creeds, aged 5 to 18. Selections
include the finale from Tschai Tschaikowsky's
kowsky's Tschaikowsky's Fifth, Strauss "Voices of
Spring," and variations on "Pop
Goes the Weasel.
The general public is invited
to view the films at no charge.

New Cilizenst league
Formed In Para iso

A new citizen's league, called
"The Caribbean Domino League,"
was formed Monday night by the
Paraiso community.
Officers elected to administer
the league are chairman E. W.
Caesar, vice-chairman E. Hay Haywood,
wood, Haywood, secretary C. D. Phillips, assistant-secretary
A. V. Graham,
anti treasurer A. Boyce.
Elected as trustees were J. r
Hogan, C. R. Cumberbatch, and
C. A. Brissett. The business ma.
nager will be C. P. Small and the
riublic relations officer J. M.
Thomas.
A meeting of the board is
scheduled for Monday at 7 p.m.
at the home of the Front
Square Club in Gamboa.

Former Zonion
Louis Peter Dies
On Long Island
Louis Peter, formerly employed
as a meat cutter by the Supply
Division in Ancoan, died May 24
in Re,go Park, Long Island, after
a short illness, according to
news received by friends on the
Isthmus. He was 55 years old.
Mr. Peter was born in Glen Glendale,
dale, Glendale, New York, and was employ employed
ed employed by the Commissary Division
in 1927 as at meat ,clitterv(. Alter
a short break ik his service An
1928, Mr. Peter was reemployed
in 1929 and worked continuous continuously
ly continuously until he left the Isthmus in
1945.
Mr. Peter went into business
in Rego Park, where he has been
making his home.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Ellen Peter, a daughter Patricia,
a step-son Robert Whitman of
Hicksville. long Island, and three
grandchildren.

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Walter Ma Iowan of New York
writes: "My three-spade bid was
based on an old allergy of mine.
I am allergic to being shut out.
"Boris Koytchou, my partner,
had opened one club only' since
he know the bidding would not
die there. Naturally he was in interested
terested interested in seven and his four
no-trump bid was made with the
intention of bidding the grand
slam if I showed up with an ace.
East's double of siV 'spades
WU a perfect example of the
Lightner slam double conven convention
tion convention which calls for an unusual
lead. He was void of clubs and
since Boris had opened one club
a lead of that suit would be the
most unusual lead at West's dis disposal.
posal. disposal. "We knew that his partner
was asking for a club lead but
West was too smart for that. He
only held three clubs. How could
East be void? He only ,held two
hearts. How could North be void
of that stdt?
"West decided that his partner
was just doubling on general
strength and opened the ten of
hearts. Naturally enough, I had
no trouble making all the tricks."
Walter fails to point out that
North could not have been beat beaten
en beaten if he had been declarer at six
spades but he is very charitable
about West. East Ind West were
supposedly good players and
were playing the slam double
convention. West should have
trusted his partner.

Answer Tomernnip

114,CARD5le
r Q-LThe, bidding has been:
!South Weet wow last
,14b Pau 2.14.T. Pass
You, South, hold:
6Afat )116 IIPE32 ICS $114,
What do you do?
ASid three no-Insma. Wei!
have a good nre-tard '-
but your baud is et melt hatmel
that you should make feat aa'
maay trick at no-trump.as
stades.
Tours QUZSTION
Again your partner has re
sponded two no-trump tO your
opening spade bid. This time you
hold:
4AQ9111 VS2 XS
What do you do?

Mania Judge Has
Liberal Decision
For Desegregation

ATLANTA (UPI) A federal
judge, znindfkil'of the mountainous
problems involvedi ordered ths
Atlanta School Board today to
submit -a school desegregation
plan "within a reasonable time."
Judge Frank Hooper, in .what
was regarded as one of the most
lenient federal decisions yet ren rendered
dered rendered in a dosegregation case.
said he would allow the Georgia
Legislature time to consider what whatever
ever whatever plan is submitted before or ordering
dering ordering it into effect.
In a final decree based on a
non-jury trial heard by him and
Judge Boyd Sloan Jtme 5, Hooper
said firmly that the continued op operation
eration operation of schools "with discrim discrimination
ination discrimination ad in the past will not be
permitted."
He recognized, however, that
the city is bound b3, state laws
which call for the closing of any
integrated school and he also
noted the long practioewith the
approval of the highest courtsof
separate schools for Negro and
white children.
"In cases such as this a solution
must be found for the Particular
conditions which 'exist," Hooper
said. "This court feels that it
should give the defendants a rea"
finable opportunity to submit a,
plan whereby racial discrimina-'
thin will be discontinued."
The Atlanta trial was based on
the complaint of 10 Negro parents
who claimed their children were
not permitted to attend the
schools of their choice because of
their race.
School Board Chairmtm A. C.
Latimer declined to comment on
the decree pending consultation
with lawyers aol a study of the
document His leniency made it
unclear whether th board actual actually
ly actually would spneal the case.
Hoover said he was OniY Aim,
the board to nroduce a plan de deafened
afened deafened to "eliminitte ezi.
elimination" in the schools. He
said be would allow a reasowitoo
time for it to be drawn and fur furthee
thee furthee time tr,r thei emi"time.
study it If the sehool board com comoe.'
oe.' comoe.' tiv slIhmissi4n of a nlan ho
raid, then "the defendant' ymold
have done Jill they are able te
under the eirelantadaneee.

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USO-il' B Films lilli
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Written for NIA Serviets-t1
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The Club Health Bureau will :,
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11 '',' : 1." 'IP next month with a dance July
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. :: ..,:.,... U.nrS. c'Infugohrmthaetioen()urSetervgliced, thrtheee ,'"!1
films will be shown at .theLT.S0-,,, ,,
JWB Armed Forces Service Pen- 7;: ,.:;-,-;
alb A K CI 7 -""
tea' 'Ne.- .....A....
11 at the Casino Villa del Mar '''''''' a;..:;;;.:;'..1. -''' ''':'11'.7:77''"'', : '''';'":':::'' 1
'' 1 it .11 ...i 4 ark.. ,,. F.a.a 2-0740 w 4-0 741 Lt.. toj .41 10 m,,,, .4 in San Francisco. 1:, .. -
'4 -4,'":-;::;:.C177Q:,..:;::,;.';:;':-.,:" ?::;;:';sec ..... .,:i:
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ter on Monday at 7:30,tp.m.',iy. ,,
. Willie Moro and his orchestra Ytt. :-r,::::::;:;;P:4-:.:::::, :,..:;- -: f':::::ts -',Ibl.- A "Musical interlude film win : ..,
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Miss Brownlee Weds
wvelirisabr; ..................::.
-,-,;:,' ;,,,,::::;:::::'s;:::::;::-:;;:t.;',:;,:..:'::::!-:' .:, ,..:.: feature, Jascha Heifett, Marizia , ', '''' 8 1
...--,e-----.----... ifffeaaitrur. eGduesatst arthtiesotananrie- : t,...e.:7.,... 1. -..: A.,,, ::.............................................- i.:.. :::::::;;;;,::;;:,,v ;:.:4,;,..,........;......i. ,.;;:
-, 1 z ,'; ,.:41:-1::,. ';::.,:::::..7.::::;;!..:le:....z..,::.:: s.':;::::::::-P:iip:::,::,.:r.v.v7N4 Anderson and the California Ju-, wits?' ',,, IthAkulgtTOSt14 I
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' also planned and prizes Will be ti ,t;::;:;:' .;,::::.. .. ,t .',.. 3: 1 .. ,,A.....6,0e 4143 alig
-; l'"'. r '4, . ..:5 ,,, ,,, ,:,. -;,,, ,,, Robert Da hey In
given away.
, II; I 1 '''' ', .. 7: m, mi. rigs : r lit I nci chr eAhn nc 7,3r ermo wo :
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e be Club Health Bureau members t:,..,t,,,...,..; .i;::::- ;.., .4 4.,:47,2,40wt,.0..i::,i,.,, :.
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-, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-?,,,,4::::.--:::, -,. ,...... ....:,,, cam e the bride of tt &nen V, aill from both sides of the Isthmus i ,,,;;;.: :,,::,...: 7":;Aii .14::;::: ::-. .:.,A::,,,..-7::,;:&,,tii".:::::ii,x.i,4:i;..,..,
,:,4,4,..11,;;.','' k.;v, ;!.:.",,,,...,,,. The Heiftez film depicts the ; II, 10 7 1, A Q Jae 5 4
artist playing a Paganini Caprice. I CI ,7 9 7 5 A 10 812
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,,,,,l.. i, ;.- The audience also is taken into 1. 44402 None
',. l - :::::O'n,,:.:,,;:r4A',4''''';',.,:::;::'':;!:::';':':1'':-::;t:tr:I''''''llii,:..:. '' :.;1::,. '. Dailey during a double ring can- are expected to attend the dance. :,?,;:;' ::,:.':::::H.,:,.D,:: '"tss:.::...::. t ..:. .::.::,,- :.i.,:::::::.:;,.....:A;:A:m..0 .-,ii:
' .4,....: ,:: -. .: '--,..,...;::,4. .... .:';.,-...:-,-,----, dielight ceremony penormed by :,:::' '''' i.14:.::::::;,::-:, 1:::::,s;:il .. .''':::.'',..., ,':;'''':;:;i;:''' ";';''1,:.,i.F::::'::".4'0(0... Heiftez's home to lee some per- i :. : SOUTH .
..,,, ,, k ,, ,.,v....,114.4:;,....:!:,.!:,,f:.,.,. ,w.:::.:. ,.... ,: ... ..,. . ... -. 'tonal glimpses of his home life 1 4 J le 9 9 9
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o.4- 1. ;;g. ,1-41,40. ,,....,,,,: Rev. T E. Franklin at we Mar Mar,
, Mar, wedding festivities were t h e 11'....v ; r : k,,:; ::;,,-;:..,..,..,,,. ::....:::::,;:..,'i-k.,...4k and his practice session'.
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.......;:R:a::,,::,' .,: ,::... ,.: :":'.,':''.''...;,,',",',.'.t'::::.,:',,:: .:!.:,:,,:',,.:!:::. garda Union Li-lurch. Tradition
entea b
: ; :?.;:.:..,..,,,z,,.,: al ntiptial music was pres y it ttt 7,1, ,,,,,,,,,te :1,::. -,: ,:..... .,:.,,,,,s.,a,,, 4, .$
bridegroom's maternal grandpa- A, ...,' .- ..: '...'7., ..... ..4 ,:..:i.ii:.:.:::: '....:-X '''...:."4::',",',..t: ':,..i:', The Anderson film depicts v g 1; -: 11483 2
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1. '- :::;:I'ift''OgQ;:, ... ,.. r ,:::::. - :::;1:',. :. nettes of the singer'S life, aug- i
Both.vulni"erable Li'
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8 ..- ,,,s:., ,g,.t ...,.. A organist, and
- ''''''.t.":::'::z;::. MI t; aire ,,,tilte vocalist.
- '''.1,.--.::::;.::;. nurea Anuerson, rheonntso,f.. MErl..vadndi Mrs. Matt Shan- ,,. ,,. ,,,,,, ,. .: ::.:
.110 ,3,44
can, and the bride's ,:,,.- :'... ,,p, '. '. -..:: '4:.,e0k.... ;sl ::"::,..i:. .-::;,::.,,4:41,,,, 1 :::.:,i.: ,. mented by a program of some of ,
her favorite solos,. including ."011 ,:
tI i: .'::..::::,..,:: .;A'i:;:: :,:, .:N,,:;;,:::,..,:;:,. SS i aunt a nd uncle, Mr and Mrs. a:; H'..ip ;,.') .. : ," :,.:',,'.,...a..:::....::::::,,.;".,..:',..',' .:.: :...:L;; .......:;,;:i :..:., . ;,::::4.,;31.1.i..:.....1:.1.A..,
- .:.::::,:;:::;:;:-:.:::; Tne oricie is tne daugnter to
roug e ,,. ,..4N.T. Pau 54 Pass
e ..., ,.......,. :, :.:.,...,............ .... .., ., ,....- What a Beautiful City," "He's,' ', 1491.11, real amid, Well
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..:,.Nroakidt,.,,,,, .: ;.;,A.;,:k,,, i Harry Metzgar of El Valle.
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,- : ..:.,,,:,..m.:3,.....,..,'," Mrt-ana mrsh.doth'ie'.
.,,,,,. .,.,,,..t.,,,,,,, Loa ganta, a t::;:;;:i: ';.:1-'j:;:',0.",..;:,;;:.,1:;;, ::.:;:;:::;;::::"..:; '':':',' ::',' .::;!;;;;;;::. ::. .;::i, :I.A.:'t',-ZT.,::4.i::',,..--,',. : !Got the Whoomlemg,orld In ''- His, ; :14' 3 3 4 Pan
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gri dt)ewgarlooe el a 1 is More than 200 persons attende .. .,::::. ::,,,- ::, ; ..-
, ':''''''''4'''1? th -on of Mr. and .n1, Lan the wedding reception in the Cris- .. .,,,,,.:.' :;.:.:::;.,:.,::::; .4.......:...:,. :. ::.::: .. iii::,.:;:::' ".:;,::.-".: .: .:,44"..A.,':t.,;;;:,.',::',i:;.;:,: illanti," "C Th h th
. ,,,,,Kt:1.4,,i,,i e b St .' 6 AI Double Pass Pass
:;,::;::::,. ::.V.........,..,.. -''',,:!.,&'..,,k.k.....,-.;,,'; Li, ,Dahey of Diablo. Both are tobal Skyroom. -kt s. ; ;. f,., - .. :-.tC .,t,:;t;,;,. Rye, and "Ave MOHR.: ,-,.y:,, r au
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Rica, the newlywe s a ma e ,,,,..,w...,...:. ,,.;i::.;.:...:;. :.. :::::i.,1:;:,... :,),:,,'.;::: .: ','';:. .:::;::::::;':',,rsi'.;.,:si.1:.,,.;:.. :.,i:,,;:.....;:.,,...4-i .::4-? .; :...:;:,- The California junior Sympho- t ,s ,', OPenint leed-IP 10 weep I
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- l :.:...,;::i.'X.,4::::: -otc .:'':;''',i',.'''',':,-...,..'';':,::1 Given in marriage by her fa- their home at House 3.11-A is r ,,i,-,,,N.:-,-::,:::,,,,..i.:,::siii4r" :-.'-s-- ,o:-'.,',.'-A,:s,,,-& ::, ,t-,-:::,-,-,, -: ,:. .... ,:: :.-,,.,,:. .pi .,,... -; ,: ny, founded and tondncted by s, i
. ..::, -. ,,,y:::: ; : ..,,, -, .., children of many races and Walter Malowan of New York II
, 4..:-mvo;: ,t'e:ii'e:x NO::::;:,::: ".-;.-,;,:;'..,1,.,4- ther, the nee wore a iloor Coco Solo. Fr .traveling, tire te,.14'''-:ii-,"'''''''':':':;; ...... -t:',, ,:'1,:;'!4',Iifi--,',..;....:,:::. ::iii;,:.:;:::;. :.:;!::...0t: :Z.,..:......-: Peter Mereblum, is composed of -- I
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....i.:'',:::.:,::,: length s I i p p e r satin gown, bride wore a beige. suit with .. 4 :.............,..:,..,. ,,,,.., ... ,..,,io, ,00,.. :,,,: : :,, , ,,..: i d
, ,:;k..:?::::::':;, Iasainonet. Wit!) a ,, n
d auri a aeci burnt orange accessories. , 0,,
.... -. .... ,, .. .,,, -.. ,.4, . '., Free s, aged 5 to 18. Selections writes: "My three-spade bid was I.
..... joaks,, so ,
:.:,..-s,,....t ;;: t.:;A,.:,. Line anu long sieeves iacpouice t ....
,, t :::. .....:-,ne" '''4 '1, ''."- kilit'4iest:::::.: include the finale from Tschai- based on an old allergy of mine
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i:t:M was overialL, with Chantilt, Lace Welcome Horne Dance lk.-,:, ... .!, wt.,:,,,s!.:Zr : :s.5..: ..7.,,....., ...:. :- .: .: s',.:' :., . :: .,:,;',1 ';,00, kowsky's Fifth, Strauss "Voices of I am allergic to being shut out. f
:-:',.: 4.1;::,ON ;A:M;;':.:;:::,:;:i.,::::::':?.:g::':;:i;;:' O'L.:.:::.:':' '':::77:::-.::::. '.,.t :' tt;,,V.--''' 7,4,Nu.4 I
Spring." and variations on "Pop "Boris Koytchou, my partner, 1
. :::',:.:4,-:,'.-4:4:'. :;::',4:4.:J:...,.....:.,..;:.:::;::;M:.;,,,-...
":;::::":.:9:;:'"!':,.''.';!::".: -' ::i;;;W:;i:x;:::::;:., k:','-'. ;1 anu tne fad skin anti, train. were At Coco Sole Saturday
:i..- :- appliqueu wun lace and seed The Coco Solo Teen Club will .4 1,4 .,. : .. i,,, s.,..44: ,,,,:: ., ..:.... kt.::,...., ,li Goes the Weasel. 1
had opened one club only since ;
::::;::::::;..i,:;:,::',:::":',,;: :::::,:';';iRig..:',:iitit-,....,- .- 4.,,,,,,,,,:,,,, 41t '. 4- ...., The general public is invited he know the bidding would not
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....,,,,, N, pearls. tar veil was caugul to a be the scene of a "Wel,c,ome Hornet
,..,,........,..,... ........ L'V'':':;JE:NeRn.;;.;.',;;;!::;:":- ''';:',1.'''''-,:: Let cap covered wail seeu to College Students d a u c ,,t. ,.,...4.1- ,.... ,. ,,,,,;.. ....,,,,Atl,"... ,,,,' .. , 440t,,... .... ,,,..,
..;;4;436;;ZP:C.,,C1:.::::::,;',::,.f;:zi .,. k, 0 'hk,
' '' '' ' .' :;b4A4 t4i' to view the films at no charge. die there. Naturally he WIS in.
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...., .v.,,f.,,,,,,...,.:.,,.:::.,,,.:.,,,.,,,,.....:.: pearls anu sequins. She cameo 4, Saturday evening from 7 to. mid- i,:t..4...:4,, ,a,:.,04,,;.:-Iti;, 4,,a,t,,,,,,,e.;: ,,: .... ,,,-. ,...ts..,,.. ,.., t terested in seven, and his four
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gue ci., n -trump bid was made with the
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personnel offiCer for the SecuritY Service Detachment, Fort Amador, has his new bar pinned bY
his wife as he is promoted to the rank of CW0-4. Watching are, left, Mil. Arthur D. Ives, execu executive
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WASHINGTON (UPI) The I
Supreme r,ourt denied a hearinv
yesterdaif to bt persons convict- 1
ed of contempt in 1957 for cooper cooperating
ating cooperating with segregationist John
Kasper in an attempt to thwart
school integration in C 1,1 n t o n,
Tenn.
The court acted in a brief order':
without a written opinion as it ;
s'rove to clean ,up its docket be before
fore before adjourning for the summer.
A number of important eases still 1
are pending.
Abe six were convicted with
K;sper of Violatine,ii enurt ad&
-1,ng interference With the ad- :
mssion of' 12 Negre pupils at
t,....ton High School the" scene of
anti-integration riots in 1956. They
were accused of threatening some
ot the Negroes en route to school.
.During, the disorders, some pro prosegregationists
segregationists prosegregationists beat up a minister,
Rev. Paul Jurner. i'ves es-
toning some of the Negro child.'
reit
The six individuals, who were
sentenced to various terms of pro probation,
bation, probation, were Alonzo Bullock, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence J. f
Brakebill JClyde Andy Cook,,Mary
Nell Curnett attd Willard 'H. 'rill.
Kasper hitngelf drew a six sixmonth
month sixmonth jail term to be served, at
the end of the one-year term be
was then serving. He filed. a
separgte spottaLvdtiOt .,1s
pending biforeh the .bigh,asourt.
Kasper's original contempt con convictioo
victioo convictioo stemmed from a speech

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he made in August, 1956, inciting
the citizens bf Anderson County
to violate the. court order.
In other actions, the court:
Unanimously reversed the
murder conviction of Henry Na Napue,
pue, Napue, a Chicago Negro now serving
a 199-year prison term for his
part in the 1938 slaying of a po policeman
liceman policeman during a holdup.
, -Ruled 6-2 that a needy person
need not pay even a nominal fee
before ,appealing a c,riminal con conviction5
viction5 conviction5 to higher state courts. It
acted in the case of William W
13urns, sentenced to life in prison
for a -1953 burglary in Cincinnati,
Ohio, r
Denied an appeal by the Na National
tional National Assoeiation for the Advan-1
cement of Cblored People
(NAACP) from an Arkansas rul ruling
ing ruling requiring it to pay 8350 in
back corpbration taxes.
--Upheld 5-4 the right of the
state of New York to conduct a
special secret judicial inquiry in
1957 into unethical practices by
lawyers. The court sustained the
contempt convictions of two Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn private detectives who refused
to cooperate with the investiga
lion.
Declined to consider an ap appeal
peal appeal by the Seneca Indians to
stop the government from build building
ing building a dam near Kinzua, Pa. that
would flood' much- bf their reser reserrvation
rvation reserrvation Ittylipstate' New York. '
Held' that the National tabor
Relations Board can consider un

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year-old man, apparently depond depondent
ent depondent because of a separation with
his wife shot and killed his son,
mother and sister in an early Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning shooting spree, then
killed himself.
Hanover County medical of officials
ficials officials said William Alfred Thorpe
a plasterer for a Richmond con contracting
tracting contracting firm, shot his victims in
the back of the head with a .25
caliber foreign-make revolver at
about 2 a.m.
Sheriff's deputies said Thorpe's
2-year old son, Timmy Arnold
Thorpe, was found in his bed,
where he had been sleeping when
his father shot him. Mrs. Sally
Thorpe, 65, and her daughter,
Mary Ann, 34, were found in the
living room of' Mrs. Thorpe's
home.

Thorpe lay just outside a side
door on front lawn where he
had shot himself ,in the right
temple.
The bodies were discovered
About 9 11.'M. bv art uncle, Hugh
Thorpe, who had come to take the
family t9 church. The shootings
occurred 'n the Doswell commun community
ity community pbout 20 miles north of Richmond.

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men, including nine vtmericans,
who abandoned their burning ship
in mid-Atlantic yesterday were es
cued from lifeboats by a German
freighter in the eerie light of the
flames.
-'Among the rescued from the
4,800-ton British cable ship Ocean
Layer were 13 American and
French telephone officials .who
were supervising the laying of
a sea-bottom cable.
Fire broke out aboard the Ocean
Layer in the early morning hours
some 500 miles west of Ushant,
France. Within 15 minutes the
flames had raged out of control
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FRENCH AUTO INDUSTRY LOOKS AHEAD TO 1959

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Renault's Dauphine
To meet the greater demand at
home and abroad, French motor
vehicle manufacturers have ex expanded
panded expanded production and are out
with new market-catching models.
R E NAULT
State-Incorporated Renault has at
Flins the world's most automated
auio factory, and in the low-price
"Etatiphihelt ELM& IA Eastern Uni United
ted United States, $1,695 on the West
Coast) a car currently climbing to
top popularity in the international
market.
For 1959. Renault introduces the
"Floride" (Florida), a car that
was the runaway hit at the Paris
Auto Show and almost sure to win

universal favor as a new sports
star. Created by Renault with the
helvol Ghia, famed Italian body
designer, and built on a. "Dau "Dauphine
phine "Dauphine base, it is a sleek, chic,
streaking, economical-to-operate,
two seater (with space for two
more close behind). It comes in
three modelsclosed coup, con convertihle
vertihle convertihle cabriolet,, and cabriolet
with detachable hard top. Its plan planned
ned planned price for the French market
,

Inieriat et Renault's "Florid." torivrtible

ba,nds to abandon ship.
S.O.S. signals brought help
swiftly, 'rhe 5,326-ton German ship
Flavia reached the scene first
'and fished the survivors from
their lifeboats. The entire opera operation
tion operation from abandon ship to rescue
took less than 90 minutes.
ne Plaints was en route to
Hamburg and was scheduled to
dock thre in about five days.
Unconfirmed reports said the
fire started itt the engine room.
But a spokesman' for Submarine
Cables, Ltd., owners of the ship,
"mid the cause of the fire wss 111-
known as yet.
The Americans aboard included

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the recession quickly, and that any
long delayed upsurge in the Amer. ')
ican economy might well have
depressing effect on economic acti.
vity in the non-Communist world. .7
4. The uncertainties of the Com Common
mon Common Market and the projected ;
Free Trade Area.
The French auto industry is lay laying
ing laying its plans carefully and optl optlmistically
mistically optlmistically for the more intense ;
competition of the incipient Com- 0
mon Market and the proposed Free
Trade Area. In the development of
these new markets, there is at least
one important factor in the French
industry's favor. It is highly con concentrated,
centrated, concentrated, with four companies ac accourting
courting accourting for almost all the French T
passenger car production; and four
comranies making more than 90
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is only 850,000 francs (about $2,-
032). Prochiction is going ahead at
the rate of one hundred a day, but
delivery is not promised before
late spring, and the U.S. price has
not yet been set.
Renault also is out with a fine,
new station wagon, the "Manoir,"
equipped with "Transfluide" drive.
iThe company's ever-popular "4
CITo!' (almost a million in use in
the world), a fine four-passenger
buy at $940, has changed its motor
compression ratio from 7.25 to 7.75,
allowing quicker pick-up greater
maneuverability, and a further re reduction
duction reduction in gas consumption. (It now
will make 47 miles per gallon and
can roll along at 65 mph.)

t Improvements have also been
made in the firm's larger "Irr "Irrgate"
gate" "Irrgate" line.
The 1959 "Dauphine," already a
highly successful export to the
United States, har also hiked its
compression ratio (up to eight for
models going to the U.S. beCanse
of the high octane content of
American gas) and will now con consume
sume consume ever less fuelmaking 40
miles per gallon and more. The

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REDS CHARGE ATOM, PLOT
LONDON (UPI) Radio Mos Moscow
cow Moscow told Soviet listeners yester yesterday
day yesterday that the United 1- States was
trying to figurc eutlow to beat
a ban on nuclear weapons texts.
In a home service broadcast
monitored in --London, the radio
said the White,' House had re received
ceived received ,n -secret report on under underground
ground underground explosions to escape de detection
tection detection if a test ban was reached.

these employes et the American
Telephone and Telegraph Co.

Ogden D. Gensemer, St Valley
View Ave., Summit, N.J.; Frank
J. Putallaz, 19 Forestdale Dr.,
Huntington, N.Y.; Curies P. Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, 9 Baldwin Dr., Verona,
N.J.; Ralph H. Kammerer, 92
Blackburn Lane, Manhasset.
N.J.; Henry W. Lauridsen 31
Ja cksonville Dr., P arsi pin ny,
N.J.; and S. J. Herr, Bell Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Laboratories, N.Y.

1959 "Dauphine'' is available too
in a new "Gordoni" model with a
stepped-up engine giving improved
acceleration and speeds up to 80
mph.
In the first half of 1958, Renault
turned out 206,000 vehicles of all
kinds, compared to 160,000 in the
same six months last year. And in
the first half of this year it export exported
ed exported a total 90,600 motof vehicles,
way up from 56,500 for the whole
of 1957. Last year, 22,586 "Dau "Dauphones"
phones" "Dauphones" were sold in the U.S.;
through July of the present year,
21,588 of them had already been
sold in this market.
To put a much brighter spotlight
on its "Dauphine" and "Floride"
models in the United States, Re

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nault is taking a coast-to-coast tele tele;ision
;ision tele;ision spot in joint sponsorship of
:!7,dward R. Murrow's new weekly
vogram. "Small World." This is
the first time a manufacturer of
an imported automobile has spon sponored
ored sponored a network television series.
PEUGEOT
France's most reticent automaker,
but the one that seems to have the
greatest long-term hold on its cus customers,
tomers, customers, is Pougsot. The firm now

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has a reported back-log of orders
for at least a year's production of
its classy "403," even though the
production rate has been increas increasing
ing increasing steadily. It comes in sedan,
convertible, and semi-station wa wagon
gon wagon models, and this year is also
offered with the Jaeger magnetic
clutch, which entirely eliminates
the clutch pedal without any loss
of power.
The "403" was based on the long
success of the "203," which has the
basic qualities of its new sister-car
but sells for less. Demand still has
the Peugeot people turning out the
"203" at the rate of more than 1,200
a month.
There are hundreds of thousands
of driver-owners in France who

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will never drive any other make of
car.' For nothing major or minor
ever seems to go wrong with a
Peugeot, and it is easy drive, solid
on tht,ruati,,but light,orl the gas.
This4eax7 Peugeor,expects ot
produce 187,000 vehicles, which will
represent a gain of 12 percent over
lastyear. By the first of the year,
output is planned to reach 830 a
day, and by July 855 a day. Ex Exports
ports Exports for 1958 should total about
44,000 compared to 32,000 last year.
And in 1959 Peugeot hopes to sell
at least a thousand of its cars a
month to American alone.

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SO far, the redession-induced
slowdown in auto sales in the
United States, has not affected
French manufacture; in fact, the
rising American demand for small smaller,
er, smaller, more economical smart cars
clearly 11 serving as a stimulant to
French production.,
But these are visible 'clouds that
rosy dose in to darken the French
auto production picture
: 1. A decline in French need-ear
sales this summer.
2. A drop in French gas consump consumption
tion consumption since 1956, even though the
number of cars in the country has
increased by some 25 percent.
The possibility that the United
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percent of French trucks.
In presenting his new 1959 cars,
however, Jean Panbard, Vice-President
of Panhard, made these cau cautioning
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upon a period whiat may' be a dif difficult
ficult difficult one for the ''- French auto automobile
mobile automobile industry. At a time when
the economic situation may de develop
velop develop less favorably, it is not pos possible
sible possible (for the state) to increase
forever the price of gasoline
(through taxes), to neglect to al allocate
locate allocate asflictent funds for high highway
way highway imprmements and to adopt
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interest but is also in the interest
of the nation's trading balance." ',
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order books were full to overflow. :,
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toward even greater output in 1959, i r :
reaching out for new markets, and
at work es innovations and models
that should keep Freud" ,;rodeera,
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NEW YORK, June 17 (UPI)Just when every-,
one begins thinking the Braves have hit the skids,
up pops Lew Burdette and that's all, brother!
No question but that Mil- nightcap although requiring Lindy
raukee had been flOtindering McDaniel's aid in the eighth. Qi Qistely.
stely. Qistely. The Braves had been 'shut no Cimoli. who lied three hits in
ut in their last two games, the opener', belted a two-run-homad
lost five of their last seven er off loser Jim Owens in the
nd bad watches their National first inning of the nightcap. The
&ague lead shrink to only one Phils never caught up. Dave Pail-,
;me. ky also homered.
But Burdette took care of all The Pirates won their g a in I
hat last night when he notched from the Cubs with a four
is, 10th victory of the season rally in the ninth. Donlloak and
increased the Braves' lead to winning pitcher Bob Friend each
wo games with a 5-4 triumph drove in two runs during the rat ratver
ver ratver the Los Angeles Dodger3. ly that broke a 1-1 tie. Friend
was credited with his third victo victoOkay,
Okay, victoOkay, so Burdette did need
ry although Elroy Face made his
little help from reliever Don
25th appearance of the season in
,sleMahon when things got a
the ninth. Ernie Banks hit his
4t- sticky in the ninth inning. Of
18th homer for the Cubs.
nore importance to the Braves
vas that Burdette checked Cal McLish pitched the Indians
to their seventh victory in a row
heir decline and kept them in
while limiting the Red Sox to
he driver's seat in the N. L. pen penant
ant penant race. six hits. McLish struck out six
and walked only two as he post postDel
Del postDel Crandall's two-run double ed his sixth victory against three
was the key blow in a four-run defeats. The only run off him
seventh inning rally that put was Marty Keough's seventh-inMilwaukee
in front, 5-0. The ning homer.
Dogers got to BMurdette tor Dick Brown belted his first
two runs in the eighth and homer of the season with one on
then caused his removal when off loser Ted Wills in the fifth and
they mut two men on base in the Indians added single runs in
the ninth. the eighth and ninth off relitver
Charley Neal's single with the Murray Wall.
lase laded off McMahon game Art Ditma, the Yankee s'
he Dodgers their final two runs. steadiest pitcher of late, stop stopIcMahon
IcMahon stopIcMahon retired Wally Moon ped the White Sox on four hits
Dr the final out which was quite in out-pitching southpaw Billy
trick inasmuch,. as Moon had Pierce.
olielted four straight hits uo to Ditmar and Pierce were tied
heiV.,johnny Podres was the los at 1-1 until the sixth when the
!Yanks scored two runs on Mick
Cincinnati nipped second place ley Mantle's tripleit should have
;an Francisco, 2-1; St. Louis.only been a double but Mantle
wept a twi-night twin bill from ,kept right on running a hit
'ittsburgh beat Chicago, 502, ii0atsman, Hector Lopez' ground ground,i4sburgh
,i4sburgh ground,i4sburgh beat Chicago, 502, in rule double and Bobby Richard Richardmet.
met. Richardmet. National League games. 1 son's sacrifice fly. The victory
In the American League, Cleve-1 brought Ditmar's record to 5-4,
onri mnuPri a ftill On MP 0111
in and Pierce now is 7-7.

No question but that Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee had been floundering
lately. The Braves had been 'shut
out in their last two games,
had lost five of their last seven
and bad watches their National
League lead shrink to only one
game.
But Burdette took care of all
that last night when he notched
his, 10th victory of the season
and increased the Braves' lead to
two games with a 5-4 triumph
over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Okay, so Burdette did need
a little help from reliever Don
McMahon when things got a
bit sticky in the ninth inning. Of
more importance to the Braves
was that Burdette checked
their decline and kept them in
the driver's seat in the N. L. pen-1
pant race.
Dal Crandall's two-run doubts
was tho koy blow in a four-run
sivonth inning rally that put
Milwaukee in front, 5-0. The
Dews got to BMurdette tor
two runs in the eighth and
then caused his removal when
they mut two men on base in
the ninth.
Charley Neal's single with the
base laded off McMahon game
the Dodgers their final two runs.
McMahon retired Wally Moon
for the final out which was quite
a trick inasmuch,. as Moon had
coliNted four straight hits uo to
therr4ohnny Podres was the los
er.
Cincinnati nipped second place
San Francisco, 2-1; St. Louis
swept a twi-night twin bill from
Pittsburgh beat Chicago, 502, in
Pittsblirgh beat Chicago, 502, in
other National League games.
1,n the American League, Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland moved a full game oui, in
front with a 4-1 victory over Pos Postoni
toni Postoni and New York defeated Chi Chicap,
cap, Chicap, 5-1. Rhin washed out the
Detroit-Baltimore and Kansas Ci City
ty City ;Washington, games.
Big Don Newcombe of the
Reds beat the Giants for the
fourth time this season then he
limited them to six hits in gain gaining
ing gaining his seventh win. Mike McCor McCortrack,
track, McCortrack, the loser, had a 1-0 lead un until
til until the eighth when a home run
byi-lrada Pinson, a single by
Frkilti-Itobinson and a. double,by
Frank Thomas gave Cincinnati
its.,,two, runs.
Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mi.
all posted his eighth victory
against three losses in the
ards' opening. game triumph
Oer the Mi z I was
backed by grill hit attack,
Which included five doub!gi, a
iple and a homer by Hal
Sm ith.
Rookie Ernie Broglio won his
first major league game in the

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Antonettl, "qtants 9 3 .150
Mizell, Cards 8 3 .727
Podres;' Dodgers 7 3 .700
Burdette, Braves 10 5 .561
Kline, Pirates 6 3 .667
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Larsen, Yankees 6 1
Fischer, Senators 5 2
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Burgess, Pitts 51 173 21 60 .347
White. St. L 54 185 29 M .346
Mays, San F 59 227 50 76 .335
Cepeda, San F 61 243 46 81 .333
Pinson, Cinci 61 251 52 83 .331
Moon, LA 53 192 32 62 .323
Hoak, Pitts 64 237 31 76 .321
Cimoli, St. L 59 188 32 59'.314
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so, Cleve 57 221 35 67 .303
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Mantle, NY
Minos, Cleve
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ALBROOK, CURUNDU,
CLAYTON, LOS RIOS and
WEST BANK INVITED TO
PLAY ON DIABLO CAGE
TEAMS
The Diablo summer session has
been running along smoothly in
all departments except that of
basketball. The town population is
simply not large enough to field
teams in the five leagues spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Physical Education
and Athletics Department.
If Diablo is to compete suc successfully
cessfully successfully against teams from the
larger townsites of the Isthmus,
more Diablo kids will have to
show interest in the game.
To remedy the situation the
Diablos have been granted per permission
mission permission of league officials to use
boys from the Albrook Air Force
Base, Fort Clayton, Curundu Los
Rios, Kobbe and Coco li to
strengthen their clubs.
Although these towns and bas bases
es bases have their own summer pro programs
grams programs and it would require a bit
of travel by boys interested, the
Diablo coach, John Riley, hopes
many of them will avail them themselves
selves themselves of the opportunity to com compete
pete compete in a good fast basketball
league.
The leagues that will make up
the schools summer basketball
league are:
A League high schoolers.
B League early high school
and junior high.
League junior high and old older
er older elementary boys.
D League intermediate boys of
elementary school.
E League early elementary
grades.
Coach Riley is doing a fine job
with the boys available but
would certainly appreciate any ad
ditional talent thay may come
his way from the outlying dis disMeta.
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PAF BASKETBALL CHAMPS Holding the ball are two members of the 1959 company level
basketball champion U.S. Army Signal Service' team of Fort Clayton, At left is team center
Dick Kyllo who was second in Iscoring with a 28 point average and second in the running
for most valuable player. His scoring partner at right, alp Kroeger, led the tourney with a
32' po!nt average and wa3 voted the most valuable player. The Signal Hawks defeated the
Fort Amador representative, Battery D 517th Artillery, in the finals at Fort Kobbe Saturday
night by a score of 78 to 58.(U.S. Army Photo)

Quijano Favorite Over Santa;
Panarna Workout Tomorrow

Mexican featherweight cham champion
pion champion Victor Manuel Quijano was
scheduled for his first Isthmian
workout at 4 p.m. today at the
Colon Arena in preparation for a
10-round, 128-pound bout at the
Arena Sunday against Jesus San Santamaria,
tamaria, Santamaria, Panama's 126 pound
monarch.
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of Panama City fans tomorrow
afternoun at 3:30. His regular
training camp is set up at the A Arena.
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the Canal Zone sent in contribu- aggressive boys have out-distanclions
th;s week to help send the ed all others. With a tremendous
Teener Baseball team to the V. surge this week, John Carlson
FM. National Teener Baseball passed his rival, Joe Arreguin,
Tournament at Hershey, Pa. and may have the contest in the
Last reported as raised this bag. Carlson turned in sales of
season was 5828. The fund bas $80, to make his total $182. Arre Arrebeen
been Arrebeen augmented since then by guin, with no turn-In this week,
the following: James O'Rorke of remains, with $113. However, don't
Curundu, $5; Rogelio Diaz y Gil- discount Joe. He is a fighter all
berto Guardia, S.A., of Panama the way.
City, $25; The Balboa Emblem Those who have purchased
Club, $10; Fidanque Hnos e Hi- booster tickets are reminded that
jos, of Panama City, $25; Gam- three prizes donated by the De Deboa
boa Deboa Golf and Country Club, $25; partment of the Panama Canal
returns from booster tickets, 5250. Zone, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
The total now stands at 51,168. will be drawn at ithe last game be beHowever,
However, beHowever, la ter contributions, fore the Team leaves for the tour tourbooster
booster tourbooster ticket sales and other pament on July 25. First draw drawfund
fund drawfund raising activities should en-ing will be a $100 Savings Bond.
able the league to reach its mini-, Second and third drawings will
mum goal of $5,000 by the sailing! be 59 and $25 Savings ronds, re redate.
date. redate. The Teener team extends spectively. Winners neeci not be
its thanks to all who are making I pi:esent. Winning ticket numbers
its trip to the States possible. will be puboished in this newspa newspaJuly
July newspaJuly 10 will close the contest to per. Booster tickets are still ob obsee
see obsee who will have sold the most tamable from Joe Arreguin John
booster tickets and will be a- Carlson, all members of the team,
warded a trip to the States tour- and at all V.F.W. posts. Every
nament as Equipment Manager dollar raised from this point on
with the Teener Ball Club. The brings the team approximately 3,-
contest has been open to all boys 960 feet closer to Hershey, Pa.

I to all boys
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Avery- Brundage Say&,
He Will Not Resign'

As President Of IOC

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland (UPI)
Avery Brundage- said yesterday
he would not resign and then left
for Paris and London to discuss
the Nationalist Chinese sports
controversy with other members
of the International Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee (I0C).
Brundage said he would remain
president of the IOC despite de demands
mands demands from his ovm country thal
he quit because the group dropped
Nationalist China.
"I do not intend to resign," he
Mild. "This Is definite."
Brundage has been under fire
since May 28 when the IOC voted
to drop the Nationalist- Chinese
Olympic Committee from. the list
of Olympic nations unless tt de deleted
leted deleted the word "China" from Its
title.
Those dernanding that Brund Brundage
age Brundage quit include Sen. Hugh, Scott
(11-Pa.), and Preston J. Moore,
national commander of the Amer American
ican American Legion.
SAYS NOT OUSTED
"Why should I resign" asked
Brundage, 71-yeac-old Chicago
millionaire. "Because of compli complicity
city complicity in a decision taken by a ma majority
jority majority of the committee itt accord accordance
ance accordance w)th the IOC rules, or what?

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Jog at Colon's Hotel Carlton.
Quijano, Who said to hold
one decision over world feather featherweight
weight featherweight king Davey Moore in two
meetings, is reported to be a rug rugged
ged rugged boxer-puncher.
, Information received by the
promoters of Sunday's scrap
reveals 'that the Mexican fight fightow
ow fightow has also beaten Ike Chestnut
,and E rnesto ,f igueraa. F iguera a
whipped Chestnut in Mexico o over
ver over a month ago.
Chestnut gained a unanimous,
clearcut verdict over Santamaria
last month to hand the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian the only licking of his 19-
)960 feet closer to Itershey, Pa.
1 CI
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"The Nationalist Chinese Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Committee was neither ousted
nor expelled from the Oly Mole
movement. We merely told it to
change its name.
"We cannot recognize a Chi Chinese
nese Chinese committee in Taiwan (For (Formosa)
mosa) (Formosa) any more than we could
recognize an Italian committee in
Sicily or a Canadian committee in
NewFoundiand."
MET WITH NATIONALIST
Before leaving for Paris, Brund Brundage
age Brundage announced he had held a sec second
ond second meeting with Ambassador
Cheng Pao-nam, advisor to the'
Nationalist Chinese delegation to
the United Nations. Brundage said.
the meetings are 'designed ."to
find a solution acceptable to both
sides on the designation of t h e
Taiwan Olympic committee."
7
At Paris Brundage plane, to
meet with Armand Massard, IOC
vice-president and IOC members
Francois Pietri and Count de
Beaumont. In London he will
meet with the Marquess of Ex Exeter
eter Exeter and Lord Luke as' welt as
New Zealand's IOC member, Sir
Arthur Porritt, before returning
to the U.S.

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VICTOR MANUEL OMANI)
19-bout career.
Because of the visitor's report reported
ed reported top rating, he is an early fa favorite
vorite favorite to giVe the local lad his
second straight loss.
But Santamaria, who claims he
learned a lot in losing to Chest Chest,nut,
,nut, Chest,nut, has promised that he will be
a new fighter in Sunday's bout.
Chestnut, and the Statesider's
trainer Whitey Bimstein, both
said after, tile Santamaria-Chest,
nut clash that the Colon boxer
had the basic requirements for
a good ringman but lacked ring
, savvy.
General admission price for
Sunday's card is $1.25
Beverly Hanson
Captures U.S.
EIKE r
W OMen s Open
By TIM HOGAN
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (UPI)
Bridesmaid Bev Hanson finally
became the bride byi winning the
American Women's' Open golf
chamolonshin. bere Monday in a

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1. A. championship. here Monday in a
Budd en-d e a th ,pla y-off with Louise
" Suggs.
The girl voted North Dakota's
greatest woman athlete of the
century sunk a three-and-one half
- foot putt for a birdie four on the
ifirst hole of the. play-off for her
Olym-first tournament win in a year.
ousted,She had finished runner-up seven
Lymph! 'times the past year.
it to' It was a brilliant finish for what
up to then had been strictly a
personal feud between Miss Suggs
t Chi- and Miss Hanson. They had 'been
(For- bunched with three others for the
could lead the first day and tied in, the
ttee in second round. Miss Hanson went
ttee in ahead by two strokes the third
round.
Miss Suggs caught up to Miss
1ST 'Hanson when she chipped in a 50-
. I footer for a birdie three oti the
Brund- 17th. green. Then she had te wait
a sec-, over half an hour for Miss Han Hanssador.
ssador. Hanssador. son to finish.
xi the- Miss Suggs' try' for a birdie
Ion to Ahree on the sudden-death hole
te said. was a 12-foot putt that died on the
d "tc liP 'of the cup..
o- both It was the lith. that gave, Miss
t the Hanson the tie. Her drive tarried
over -the short hole. Her chip fell
about 15 feet short. But her putt
awl, to bumped Along the green, and into
1, IOC the cup for a birdie.,
?Albers Miss Hanson's 297, wouldn't hsve
nt de been good enough for runner-up
El will honors a year, the first time the
at Ex- tournament was held. Patty Berg
felt NA won it with a 288 and Miss Suggs
er, Sir was second. at 290. The svinner's
lurning share of the purls Came to a little
under 11,300.

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TEAMS W IL. Pct. GB
Milwaukoo 33 25 .583
San Francisco 34 28 348 2
Piftsburgh 33 29 .532 Vs
Los Angeles 32 31 .508 4
Chicago 31 30 .508 4
Cincinnati 29 32 .525 7
St. Louis ,27 33 .450 VA
Philadelphia 23 36 .390 11
, Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Chicago'
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Los .A ngeles
(T-N)
Cincinnati at San Francisco.
,
Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Philadelphia 010 000 000-110 1
St. Louis 200 400 20x--8 14 1
Gomez (1-4), Meyer SiMMOTIE
and Thomas.
Mizell (8-3) and H. Smith.
(Night Game
Philadelphia 001 000 100-2 11 2
St. Louis 200 201 00x-5 8 0
Owens (4-4), Phillips and Sa Sawatski.
watski. Sawatski. 13roglio (1-5), McDaniel a n d
Katt.
Pittsburgh 000 100 004-5 9 1'
Chicago 000 100 001-2 11 0
Friend (3-9), Face and Kratift.
Hilman (3-5), Elston, Henry and
S. Taylor.
Cincinnati 000 000 020-2 10 0
San Francisco 001 000 000-1 6 0
Newconibe (7-4) and Dotterel:.
McCormick (4-6), G. Jones (8),
Miller (9) and Landrith, Schmidt
(9). HRPinson (11th).
Milwaukee 0-, :0, 01- 0 000-000 4)00-6
Los Angeles 00'000 0i2-4
Burdette h0-5), MCMahon (if
and Crandall.
Podres (7-3), and Roseboro.
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6114,Vi 416 ditt:11
ROO MATERIEL
MIXED LEAGUE
Hits and MrsA
Loafers
Tigers
Jumpers
Kool Kats
Katz N Jammers
'Unlucky Five
Rolling Five
31
29
27
20
19
19
18
15
13
15
17
'24
25
'25
28
29
Hits and Mrs 4 Keel Kats 0
The league leading Hits and
Mrs. increased their lead, when
they turned back a strong aggre aggregation
gation aggregation of Kool Kats by sweeping
all four points. All points were
closely contested and' only i four,
pins separattd the two teams In
the handicap 'bracket. ''''
No one was hot in the opener,'
but the Hits and Mrs took it by
14 sticks. Both teams got better
in the second encounter but the
story was the same, Hits and
Mrs dominated the action by win winning
ning winning by 58 pins.
For the league leaders, Bob
Hansen and Ike Worthen were
tops, with 508 end 519. For the
losers, league leading b4o wler
make 504, all handicap.
Loafers 3 Rolling Five 1
The Loafers took undisputed
possession of second place, when
they shoved the Rolling Five into
the cellar, by winning three of
the four points. Only in -the;, exit
chapter, did the RollintOr v e
flash winning form, by picking
up the blue chit by 21 pins.
Maxine Nichols teamed up With
Larry Lines to carry the Loafers
to a successful evening. Maxine
hit 510 handicap, and Larry Lines
573 handicap. For the new owl.
pants of the cellar position, Rill
Fifsh finished with., 518 'handl!,
Li 114'
n ue ,3 Tigers, 1 7
The Tigers received a severe
jolt from the lowly Unlu'cky Five,
who -captured three of the lour
markers. The Tigers opened up,
as tkpected, winning by 78 pins,
but the aroused,Unittelty 1 y et
taking atitsntagt of 68 pinsThatv
diem won by 19 OinS. Then to
prov-e that they could do it the
hard way, the Unlucky Five
trounced the Tigers on the scratch
basis, and took HIM
The Uffelman tantileontribut
ed most to the Unlucky Five
cause when Hal smoked out 516
and Marc 503 handicap.- The best
for the 'tigers was Al Retree's
497, bandies's.
LIGHTNING KILL" GOAL!'
BARRAN QUILL'A, Colombia
(UP ).Gabriel '7 Atntonic",Ouestas,
a soccer goalie, was killed Mon.
day by lightning during a game
in Sante Toms&

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American Leagne
TEAMS W L Pct. GB-4,'
Cleveland 33 24' .579
Chicago 33 26 .559 ,1
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Dotreit 32 27 .542 2 z,
Baltimore .30 29 ,..508 4 'Z.:
New York 28 29 .508 S
Kansas City 26 29 .473 61't
Boston 25 24 .424
Washington 25 34 .424
Today's Ganies
Chicago at New York I
Kansas City at Washington (N)4
Cleveland at Boston
Detroit at Baltimore (N)
Yesteiday's Results
(Nighi Game)
Chicago 100 000 000-1 1 Is
New York 001 002 11x.5 1,:
Pierce (7-7), Staley and !Jolla's,
Ditmar (54) and Berra.
(Night Gam')
Cleveland 000 020 011-4 10 V
Boston 000 000 100-1 6 0
Maish (6-3) and Daley, White.
(Night Game)
Detroit at Baltimore (postponedi
rain).
kC5
(Night Game)
Kansas City at Washiagtow
(postponed, rain).
Yankees Recall (,.
Young Infielder
NEW YORK, June 17 (UPIr
The New York Yankees rt.:"
called infielder Fritz Bricker
last night from their Richmond
farm eub in the International
League.
Brick. 24, was with the
r
Yankees in spring training this
year and then farmed 'out to
Richmond. He batted .26 with
Denver of the ,American
ciation last season.
Ordinarily a shortstop, Brick
ell recently was' shifted to sedt
ond base at Richmond.
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Katz N Jammers 3 Jumpers i
The 'Jumpers jumped out to an
early lead, but could not hold n
to their advantage, when the
Katz N Jammers jammed through
the next three points into the win
column.
Twenty'one pins separated the
two squads in the Total Pin
Count. Despite the fact that the
Jumpers had two 500 series bowl
ers, they came out on the .short
end.
George Head made it with -Li
513, and Chris Woods made it
with 504, both handicap. For tha
Katz Julio Gomez,, was Abe OA
shot with a 560 handicalt
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Joanne Woodward In.-- --..'
"Rally Round the Flat R01"
Hugh O'Brien in "Fiend Who
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man named Ben Hogan. And for tbeyond the pale. of the Armed Forces, their. lie." ..';:i :i 't
a lanky, slope -- shouldered guy 1 Bill Casper, &chubby young pendents, and students, of 'the 4...,..:: h
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from the West Virginia hills !man of 29, sat on the head end U.S. schools of the Canal Zone; ,,:,,,.
named Sammy Snead. with a three shot lead over Ho- Awards will be given to the win-1 ..:, :
Their dreams,' and those of gan and four strokes', on Sneao as ners of first, second and third r
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MAMARONECK, N. Y. (UPD-- first time out and sat helplessly
Two of, golf's greatest dreanis iby as another man broke his
were buried Sunday in tbe mud brand newmark. He was second
of Mamaroneck. four times and once he bootod it
It was mud which clogged the away with an impossible eight
cleats of the Competitors in a on the closing hole. But he was
tournament called the U.S. Open lalways a fit man, strong as the
championship. Mick, brown stuff proverbial horse and an enduring
kat clotted the little white balls jtathtete.
And was churned up, most peo-1
I.-1 0 D GUARD" FADES
ple Ihink, by a mere matter or
rain, But Sunday at Mamaroneck the
Actually it as made by the "old guard"and even Ile "mid "midtears
tears "midtears of the golfing gods. dle guard' which had held sway
: They wept 'for an icy-eyed little .over the last five yearspassed
man named Ben Hogan. And for tbeyond the pale.
a lanky, slope -- shouldered guy Bill Casper, &chubby young
from the West Virginia hills man of 29, sat on the head end
named Sammy Snead. with a three shot lead over Ho HoTheir
Their HoTheir dreams,' and those of gan and four strokes,on &lean as

countless people Avho had hoped
and prayed for them through the
years, along with hosts of others
who had never even seen them
and to whom they were merely a
legend, came to an end in that
cold, wind swept mud late Sun

41-"ay": n-- ---- -- -- : It was a pair of late-arriving
32-year-olds named Mike Souchak
Actually, they weren't made of
the thin stuff of which dreams or- and Bob Itosburg'.
Hogan shot himself out of it
dinarily are made.
410GAN HOPED FOR FIFTH ,eartY with a clums3' Putter, a
weapon which in the old days
Little, gaunt-faced Ben Hogan I
would have been a magic wand
bad a right to think that even at
, in his steely fingers. Casper
46 he still could win this grind grind"slipped"
"slipped" grind"slipped" to a 74. But Bantam
ing, grueling marathon of museu-,
ler deftness for a record f 1 1 t h Ben collapsed to, a 76.
time. Snead didn't wait too long cAth cAther
er cAther to kick it away. Going to the
The man they all call "Slani "Slanilain'
lain' "Slanilain' Sam had a right to think third hole he was even par and a
that at 47 he still had time to par round as it developed would
win it once. Jiave been good for a tie while a
But somehow, it wasn,t to be. 169 would haye won it all. A 87,
Hogan, bad 'Waited,- and tried, ilike the one he had in the third
six years to win a fifth cnam- round, would have won it like a
pionship which would separate wlic down one of those West VVir VVirbim
bim VVirbim from an bilmortal. tie with ginia hills. But Sam chopped out
Bobby Jones and ancient Willie a double bogey five -on the short
Anderson. They were years in third and the man who has won
which guys not too much- young- 103 tournaments and everytaing
.er carried it offlame-armed else in sight but this one, shot a
Ed Furgol, handsome, Jack Fleck 75 and was out of the race.
lanky Cary Middlecoff, relaxed They'll probably be back.
Dick Mayer and tensed-up Tom- But they proved in the mud of
my Bolt. Mamaroneck that it was hail and
Snead had his hopes, toa, in a farewell.
tournament which had eluded hint
for.19 yearsHe set a record the el
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they w silt into the final round.
But it wasnt the "wee ice mon"
or the man from the mountains
who made a run at him as he
started to come apart at the
seams. Nor any of the "middle
guard."
Guaracheros 5,
Navy Cage Game
Set For July 2,
The Chib Las Orquideas will
SDOTISOt the annual basketball
classic for the benefit' of the San Santa
ta Santa Luisa Old People's Home in
Puerto
17,$,The glimitsvin be held; in the
i Claudia -Lowe Gymnasum of the
!Abel Bravo College on July 2,
commencing at 8 p.m., with the
rarticipation of the S. Na vy
Ali-Stars vs Los Guaracherns de
Colon,
The proceeds will go towards
'the foremeationed institution for
tIP.- aged, which is tinder the
guidance of the Vincentian NunA.
it was announced by Club Prexy
Norma Alleyne.
Ample narking space and pro protection
tection protection for all vehicles will be
vailable, There will e busses
running to and from the gm.
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70 Rows ,k,
Gam lici; Psii&
Stewart J., Brown, youth acti;
vities director of the Le 1boa
Lodge ot Elks, t has announced
that the annual swim meet will
be held in thiv Gamboa poeL
The mayor of Gamboa, the lion1
orable Charlie Connor, ,has again,
accepted the job, of organizinill
and supervising the big wateri
contest. Connor, Mr. Swimmine
of the isthmus, has gathered to.1
getber a capable group of offi
cials for the meet which includes
many Elks.
This annual 4th of July meet
is sponsored by the local Elks
with the cooperation of the Phy
sical Education and Athletics De Department
partment Department of the ScNools Division.
t will be conducted under .the
AA.U.
The meet is open to members
of the Armed Forces, their
pendents, and students,. of tie
U.S. schools of the Canal Zone;
Awards will be given to the win-'
ners of first, second and third
places.
The events that will make up
the Program aretall distances
are in yards).
25 Breast Boys Girls-10
and under.
25 Breast Boys Girls 11
and 12.
50 Breast Boys Girls 13
and 14
50 Breast Men Women.
25 BackBoys Girls-10 and
under.
25 Back Boys Girls, It
and 12.
50 Back Boys Girls 13
and 14.
50 Men and Women Back
25 Buterfly Boys Girls 11
and under.
25 Butterfly Boys Girls 11
and 12.
50 Butterfly Boys Girls 13
awl 14.
50 Butterfly Men Women
25 FrPe Stvle. Boys Girls
7 and under.
23 Free style Boys Girls
8.
25 Free style Boys Girls
9.
25 Free style Boys -- Girls
9.
25 Free style Boys Girls
10.
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25 Free style Boys Girls
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50 Free style -5- Boys Girls
12.
50 Free style Boys Girls
IR Pnd 14.
50 Free. style
em-vt ,,, ZIti :W.got
Ruist foe Mae
Ages.' as of :filly 1. 950: 1011
determine 114'wlltv for all orte
orotin eventg With the exception
nf tt.n Pventt for mon gnA vgm.
en nri,;41 are enen tn swimslters
rm., 19 pee r",nnetttmov
Mngt vem in events for their
p ete Cfr
Fxcent as noted for tbe Teen's
wemen's events. no lndivi,lusi
will be nermitted to swim In am
Pv PIO will Ph le At1 os their p
group. A contestant will be perm:4-4
6, .wim in nni,, everot.
Entry forms must be complet completed
ed completed ;MA M 41P4 tw (lel; verP4 to the
Gemboa Pool Box w GsToboa,
" not later thas 6:p.m. July t,
1959.
Field & Stream
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By CHARLES ROBERTS
LAKE DALLAS, Tex. (tIPI)
Three men from north Texas
have come up with the answer
for people who prefer en air-conditioned
living room with tele television
vision television to fishing in 100-degree
heat.
They have built an air-conditioned
fishine barge where a man
can sit in a eNmfortable armchair
and not only look at television
while he waits for the fish to bite
but also can have coffee, seni seniwiches
wiches seniwiches and cold drinks served tis
him.
The aree owners of the Lewis LewisAddle
Addle LewisAddle Fishing Darge D. P. Mas Massey,
sey, Massey, W. D. Barrow and J. IF.
Jagoe have provided a pla:e
for both the comfort-loving fish fisherman
erman fisherman and the one who, for some
nhysical reason, can't go out oa
the lake.
A 90-foot pontoon bridge con connects
nects connects the barge with the shore
so Persons in wheel chairs can
coast down wittout any dange:
of plunging into the 35 feet on wa water.
ter. water. Seven-hundred oil drums keen
the barge afloat. Inside there are
three fishing wells. each 40 feet
long and 12 feet wide. Around the
outside ffar those who want fresh
air. the canting deck is 228 et
around and 14 feet wide.
The barge is located abotit 30
relies from Dallas on Garza-Little
Elm Lake which is connected to
Lake Dallas by s small pass. The
fiel-ing's excellent.
The three owners, as soon as
the beree was completed. acatter acattered
ed acattered alfalfa bales and cottonseed
cake around the area. This batt batting
ing batting bag brought in the minnows
thet lareer fish feed on.
For tho fisherman who boards
the barge without tackle. rods
arm reels ore rented lw the dill,.
&rep tie white hart started
netting, both the outside area
and the inside wells have been
jammed with anglers. It's not itn itnususl
ususl itnususl to retch two fish at a time
s tleubis-risteel line.
The be"elb is eir-eonditines4
11 1-2 tees ea 11-eftwid144nnille1
rtio 614Ar. ID Ce.t141
be,f;, tg.,,1 trn..
nerature at about 70 degrees.

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ABERNATHY UNISPORT 1959 CHAMPIONS PACIFIC SOFTBALL LEAGUEPictured above is the Abernathy Unisport Softball
team who won their second straight Pacific Softball League title and also won the 1959 Gamboa Invitational Softball Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. Back row, left to right: Team Captain and Manager, Bill De La Mater, Al AUEMUS, Don Roberto, John Malene, Larry
Jones, Larry Chance, Coach, C. R. Taht; Front row: Abby Flynn, Bob Wood, Phil Oirdleson, Marion Woodruff, Wally Trout
and Bobby Taht. Other players not pictured: Al Husted, Lou Hil zinger, Fritz Cheney, Larry Horine and Lou Hooper,

Kansas U. Captures NCAA
Team Track Championship

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By MURRAY M. MOLER
LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI)-- Kansas
University took the 1959 National
Collegiate Athletic Association
team championship home Sunday,
thanks to Charley Tidwell, Ernie
Shelby and Bill Alley.
The Jayhawks scored 73 points
in the two-day NCAA meet that
ended Saturday evening, will aft after
er after darkness and shrouded Ne Nebraska's
braska's Nebraska's Memorial Stadium. The
Cornhusker stadium has no flood floodlights
lights floodlights and a fire truck had to be
called to Ruminate the fiMsh of
the pole vault.
In winning the NCAA track ti title
tle title for the first time, Kansas tal tallied
lied tallied nearly 25 points more t han
second place San Jose State
which totaled 8.1 points, Hous Houston
ton Houston was third with 3ft, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma next witil Inlinwed by
Oklahonlit Stafrli;ith22.1 and
Boston and Eastern Michigan 20
each.
Tidwell won the 100-yard dash
in 9.3 seconds, a time that would
have counted as a tie for the
world record except for an assist assisting
ing assisting tailwind. He also placed sec second
ond second in the 220-yard low hurdles
where he was defending cham champion.
pion. champion. Shelby broad jumped 25
feet 5 inches to win and placed
fitth in the hop skip and jump.
Alley hurled his blue-painted jav javelin
elin javelin 240 feet 5 1-2 inches for an
easy victory and Kansas' third
first place.
The meet's only double winner
was Hayes Jones. of Eastern
Michagan, who gained a windless
13.6 second championship in the
120-yard high hurdles. tying the
NCAA record Jones also won the
220-yard low hurdles in 22.5 sec seconds
onds seconds but the wind came un again
to rob him of a new world record
for a full curve course.
Tidwill set the existing mark
of 22.7 in the NCAA champion championshins
shins championshins last yera.
Two recognizeable NCAA rec.
orda were established early in
the meet when John Lawler of
Boston University. a former Irish
noticTp An. hurled tb, hammer
207 feet 5 inches and Dick How Howard
ard Howard of New Mexico turned the
400-Tneors hitnilog 50.6 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Howard clipped four-tenthx
of a second off the old mark, and
Archiry Most
Popular Activity
At Diablo Gym
Mrs. Louise Barnes of Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood Forest may be seen daily
at nine o'clock in the morning
prancing through the glens of
Diablo with her merry arhcers.
Archery is the most popular-activity
in the Diablo summer pro program
gram program which is sponsored by Phy
sical Education and Athletic De Department
partment Department of the Div sion of
Schools.
The archers begin competition
every morning at nine o'clock
and continue through eleven. Ma Many
ny Many new hands at the sport are
developing into fine bowmen and'
Diablo should be well represent represented
ed represented in this year's tournamentd
A "surprise day" is held once
a week as part of the arrherY'l
program. This day ia a surprise
day for three reasons no one
knows on what day of the week it
will occur, nobody knows in ad.
Vance at what distance the tar targets
gets targets will be set and nobody knows
hat the prizes will be.
At the close of the summer pro program
gram program the outstanding archers of
Diablo will travel to dietant
shores of the Atlantic to take part
in the Annual Arrow Shoot to be
held at Coco Solo on Aug. 1.
Any individual who wishes to
join the archery goup of Diablo
eo so by wait ng the archery
range behind the gymnasium.

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Lawler bettesed the previous rec record
ord record by 12 feet 3 inches.
San Jose's Ray Norton went
from the depths of sorrow to the
height of victory within 15 min minutes.
utes. minutes. He was disqualified, af,er
three false starts, in the 100-
yard dash, and pounded his fists
on the trackside turf in grief as
he watched Jones win. Norton,
earlier this year, had also record recorded
ed recorded a 9.3 mark.
But Norton came back quickly
to win the 220-yard dash in 20.9
seconds. His teammate, B o b
Poynter, was second in the 100-
vard dash in 9.5 and in the 220
in 21 seconds flat.
Elias Gilbert of Winston-Salem
Teachers was defending chamnion
and favorite in the 120 high hur hurdles.
dles. hurdles. But on the sixth hurdle his
leg muscles knotted And he tipped
the barrier, fell on his stomach
and slid through the next hurdle
Auloaes, a 9
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r cottages between Santa FOR RENT:Beeittlfultwe bed- FOR SALE:-1948 Ford 2-doors FOR SALE---Stere No. 1062 Rio Trunk, "Oshkosh" large warw .,,.. FOR SALIts-Lerte 500 and 1.000 ,,:;
and Rio Hate. New low room, modern apartment in Cam- good tires and battery, depond7 Abaio, equipment, ice box, slicers drabs, geed condition $40. -7 meter, In the NOM) Hipddrinno
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Miami Balboa 1866. pc Alegre, het water, Tel. 3- able, 5175.00. 3-7810. ', male. atc. Cell Tel. 3-4551 or Fan, "Hunter' roversible wind Urbaelingloo boron tits Ramon GUIDE
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0 07 2. 4-0983. Modal goad oaa yam 560. lacatTialt.. Ali tete with street
.IPS Oceanside Cottatee FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman two Divan, two chairs upholstered fronts. sewage, water male and
moliNEerWamiYORK, Jtme 17 (UPI) -'
Clara R. da P. Phone Pa- FOR RENT:Beautifully fur- door, Californian. Very good can- FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer foam rubber cushlons may be electHcity. Call W. McDermott.
3-1377 Cristobal 3-1673. nished two bedroom apartment dition, $57500. Tel. 3-7367. washer with pump and agitator used separately or together $70. Tel. 4-0976. By SAM SHULSKY
in Campo Alegre for 6 to II action. Very good, S50.00. Bel- Tel. 3-6507.
eckPee:naeddiallatglniI.wagedg. tC4iterdaYmIDI :h
in's furnished apartments months. $165 montly. Call Pan- FOR SALE:Lcaving Isthmus. boa 6370. FOR SALE OR FOR RENT:
its Clara Beach. Telephone ama 2-2129 during office hours. must sacrifice beautiful 57 Dodge FOR SALE: General Electric Beautiful residence, 4 bedrootns, Q. According to your explana explanagains
gains explanagains and kosses as in ''
, Gamboa 102. Sweptwing hardtop, this car is FOR SALE:G.E. Deluxe clothes mobile maid dishwasher. 60 cy- 2 bathrooms, livingroom, dining- tion to a young reader in a re revestors
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FOR RENT: Three bedroom excelient. Any aa tile offer. dryer, excellent condition, $100. cle, in excellent condition. Ouar- room, closed recreation porch, cent column, IBM says about
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette, Balboa 6370. Qrts. 30, Albrook 3198. ry Heights 4172. library. pantry. large kitchen, on. me percent, duPont about three
Houses large kitchen, front and back
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
FOR SALE:Table 30"x50" Lt. earden, lovely terrace, hot water, A erican Tel. and Tel, about I InIncw'
four and Curtis' s-Wright about sev sevFOR
FOR sevFOR SALE:Used 3 months,
porches, gagage. "L" Street and maid's room with bathroom, gar- en. Why doesn't everY0110 with s.ignific.,11
... . - Rpl-Air snort co. S900.00. Call blue fornica top, sturdy construe- fau mimeo liwinmoviefins aro S2511.

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Resorts
Fester setae's between Santa
Clara and lie Nate. New lew
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
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.e.ffiLLIPS Oteansi Cottates
Saute Clara IL do P. Plums Pe Peewits
ewits Peewits 3-1377 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 102.
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Houses
FOR RENT:Large chalet with
egacious grounds and outbuild outbuildings,
ings, outbuildings, suitable for residence or
; business. Call Tel. 1-7307, Fe Fenarni.
narni. Fenarni. FOR RENT: Compieteiy tur tur',wished
',wished tur',wished two bedroom chalet, liv living
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
nsaid's room, garage, etc. For six
months. 95th Street No. 43,
$185.00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished concrete chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water, road facing
Paitilla Airfield 109. Call 3-
0551.
FOR RENT:New chalet, three
bedrooms with air conditioner,
snaid'a room with bathroom, hot
water. Information. Tel. 2-1382.
FOR RENT:Vacation ouarters
from lune 20th to Aug. 20th.
Will accept two couples, 5253-1
Diablo. Phone 2-3315.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters,
Air Conditioned house 1511-A
Ake Street. Balboa.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT:Local commercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR SALE: 316.80 'Quer
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street. be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street. close to Auto Ser Servicio,
vicio, Servicio, S235.00. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT: -- madam and
commercial sites. suitable for of ofFees
Fees ofFees or business, near Hotel El
Panama. Phone 2-4516.
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Rqams
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FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping r m,
double coach, refriperator, hot hotplate,
plate, hotplate, private entrance and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. No. I, 52nd. Street Tel.
3-0638.
Animals I
FOR SALE:Doberman Pinschor
pups. Call 2-1179 for informa information.
tion. information. Dynamite Found
In Investigation
Of Textile Strike
HENDERSON, N.C. (UPI) A
"si7eable amount" of dynamite
vvs discovered today by the State
Bureau of Investfigation wh. h
earlier had charged eight men
with conspiring to sabotage the
strikebound Harriet Henderson
cotton mills.
FBI Director Walter Anderson
declined to reveal anv dotails of
the discovery. He said such idol..
maton was evidence that would
tised in court.
The arrangement was m a d
khortly before the eight union
m ember s were to aopear
ranee County Superior Court on
ebargeq of consniring to dYna
mite a pow.er comvany substation
supplying the textile plant, which
is operating with non-union help.
Advertise in this
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Apartments
FOR RENT:Beentilut two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, modern apartment in Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, hot water, Tel. 3-
0702.
FOR RENT:Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom apartment
in Campo Alegre for 6 to II
months. $165 month,. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2129 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette,
large kitchen, front and back
porches, galas "L" Street and
Via Argentina, El Cangreio, Tel.
3-6170, 2-2379.
FOR RENT:Furelished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. two bedroom, one air-conditioned,
new furniture. "Bal "Balladares
ladares "Balladares Building". oPposite San Santuario.
tuario. Santuario. Phone 3-7921.
FOR RENT:Modern and cool
three bedroom aParfnlinf two
bathroom, two air-conditioner
installations, lame livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, balcony,
terrace, hot water, maid's serv service
ice service and laundry, independents,
garage for two cars, good neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, new house. Olga House.
Eusebie Morales Ave., El Cangro Cangroie.
ie. Cangroie. information Apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Two and three
bedroom apartment, hot water,
television a ntenn a, beautiful
house. Tel. 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or independent fur furnished
nished furnished room. Beautiful residential
area 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:--Furnished aaart aaartments
ments aaartments in Canting, or unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, two bedroom. livingroom,
and balcony around, maid's room
with service, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Alberto Navarra Street, La
Caste liana Building. Tel,. 2-2883
er 3-1318,
FOR RENT:Ideal for G.I. 3-
bedroom modern home. available
during July and August at 865
a month plus nominal utilities.
Reliable party can move in im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Call between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m. weekdays, 3-3970.
five Negroes Enroll
For Summer School
Al Florida Unit
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (UPI)
Five 'Negro students registered
thtellitlerlesaloOltturVti.
rsity of srlori yestrday.'
Four of the Negroes will attend
two summer institutes at the ex expense
pense expense of the National Science
Foundation, a federal government
agency, the school announced.
Six Negroes have now qualified
or registered for graduate courses
here since a U. S. District Court
ordered the University's graduate
schools opened to Negroes last
June.
Vera Mae Mexander,
Fla., and Rayfield M. McGhee,
Gainesville, enrolled in a science
and mathematics institute.
Elia M Mims, Tampa, register
ed for a guidance and personnel
institute along with Mrs. Dahne
Duval, 53, who enrolled a single
night course at the university in
February.
Julia L. Crosby. Gainesville, en enrolled
rolled enrolled for graduate courses in the
College of Education. All five are
teachers in nnulic schools, the
university said.
At the same time, the school
said it expected George Starke Jr
27, Sanford-Orlando. to re-enroll ;71
the law school in the fall. Starke
completed his first year of la
school work satisfactorily. it was
announced.
Roth institute nrograms are desi-ivad
to insnrrwe teaching
mnthnd in both areas and have
eirollerf more thnn 100 Florida
teachers under federal grants.
Starke hecame the first Neer
in Florida to enroll in a previous previously
ly previously pu.whito ente-suonortebd lgtit lgtittion
tion lgtittion last fall. He was accepted into
the law colleoe after the federal
court ruled the university, must
enter all nualified Ne,s.troes desir desiring
ing desiring to take graduate work.

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INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Finn loves
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEtILINGER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4983
Ail Trues of Auto Insurance
METEORITE MISSES PLANE
DURBAN, South Afrea
A huge meteorite passed between
two airliners at dangerously close
range here Sunday night and ex
pirKled close to one of them, wit
nesses Monday. 'Mc inoieti
rile burst into fragments near a!
South African Airways four enginel
Viscount airliner which had taken'
off for Johannesburg.

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Automobiles'
FOR SALL-1948 Ford 2-door,
good tires and battery, lewd lewdable,
able, lewdable, $175.00. 3-7810.
FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition,
dition, condition, S575.00. Tel. 3-7367.
FOR SALLLeaying isthmus.
must sacrifice beautiful 57 Dodge
Sweptwing hardtop. this car is
excellent. Any aaa Me offer.
Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, sport cp. $900.00. Ca
2-4410.
FOR SALE:Leaving, must sell
1950 Oldsmobile. by.. may be
seen at East bridge gate, Gatlin
locks, days, 8049-A, Margarita.
Evenings.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Biscayne, 4 door sedan, two tone
with white wall nylon tires, ra radio,
dio, radio, hydra matic 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, herdtop, white wall tires,
two tone. 5-169 Gatlin.
Morris Minor 1958 only 2,000
miles s h 0 w room condition
S1.300 Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE:--1954 Buick Cen Century
tury Century Hardtop Riviera, Dynaflow,
good tires. excellent mechanical
condition. Desire 1955-1957 4-
door Station Wagon with auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Pay cash
difference. Call Quarry Heights
4172.
FOR SALE:--1951 Buick $325
or best cash offer, 1 Rattan chair
and stool, 1 dining table, 1 play
Pen and pad. Balboa 2-4337.
FOR SALE:-1959 Ford 18 4-
door Hardtop Ga !axle. many
extras. House 1511-A Akee
Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 58 Volkswagen
$1400.00. Phone office Balboa
4324. home 4 to 5 p.m. 2497.
FOR SALE:Or trade for Opel or
Vauxhall. 1958 Chevrolet, station
wagon 3-2821, Cristobal.
FOR SALE:--1958 Opel 7,100
miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE: English r d
Anglia 1957, 2-door, 868 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
SERVICES 1
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-F1 Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. WI it fillar
antes it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 18-20 Tel 2-1905.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-760'Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damag e.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis, Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
1 Boats CI Motors I
FOR SALE: Newporter 40'
Ketch 65 greymarine, completely
fiberglassed, radiotelephone. di direction
rection direction finder, Depth Indicator,
automatic pilot, 2 suits sails.
Ready to cruise, including sex sextant,
tant, sextant, maps and canned goods.
522,500. Phone Balboa 2693, '?
to 5 or see at Balboa Yacht Club.
FOR SALE: Runabout 13 ft..
15 h.p. Evinrude, controls, wind windshield.
shield. windshield. trailer. complete $400.
Call Clayton 2281.
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FOR SALE:--16' boat with cabin
$50; 25 h.p. Johnson $150; plus
accessories, phone Albrook, duts,
7177, home 3223.
Guide
mmomt
Adventist Leader
Re-Opens Talks
At Cristobal
Sunday night will mark the re
opening of the "Back to the Bi Bible
ble Bible Campaign at the Cristobal
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
starting ,ait 7:15 p.m.
Evangelist Owen 11. Hotness, of
Jamaica has conducted evangelist evangelistic
ic evangelistic meetings throughout tho CArib CAribbean,
bean, CAribbean, and recently conducted
big tent meeting in Cris:0;y1.
which resulted in the baptism of
over 200 'persons.
The meetings will be held three
nights each week. starting Sdn Sdnday,
day, Sdnday, Wednesday and Friday.
Regular Bible classes also are
conducted.
BEAR LIGHT BURDEN
DOVER, England (UPI)--Forty
English fishermen returned from
a $980 trip to a French angling
contest bearing their total catch--
one two-ounce whiting

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Miscellaneous I
FOR SALE---Stere No. 1062 Rio
Maio. equipment, ice box, slicers
scale. etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
4-0983.
FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer
washer with pump and agitator
action. Very good. S50.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE:G.E. Deluxe clothes
dryer, excellent condition, S100.
Orts. 30, Albrook 3198.
FOR SALE:Tablo 30"x50" Lt.
blue fornica top, sturdy construc construction,
tion, construction, 1.11. storage drawer, $7.50.
Two uniforms, white broadcloth,
size 12 $1.00 each, 5452-1
Morrison Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Brand new Phi lc
Stereophonic Rocord Player. 890.
WOn at Bingo. May be soon at
Qtrs. 310A, Albrook AFB or for
information call 86-3285.
FOR SALE:Saws filed. Circular
saws, ground set, 22-67. Calle
Estudiante, Apt. 9.
FOR SALE:Stereophonic Rec Records.
ords. Records. Classical and populars. A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No.
6-A.
FOR SALE:G E. wringer wash washer.
er. washer. good condition. VW. 3-1773.
Special Offers
TELEVISION, technician. Ex Exoorienced.
oorienced. Exoorienced. If you want a good
salary with good working con conditions
ditions conditions phone Miss Towns ley for
asmointment. Panama 2-3142.
WANTED:Bilingual oecretary,
Shorthand, experience. SELEC SELECCION
CION SELECCION DE PERCONAL, Peikard's
Building. Tel. 2-2737 and 2-
451.
WANTED: Accountant with
experience. Good references. SE SELEMON
LEMON SELEMON DE PERSONAL, Peik Peikard's
ard's Peikard's Building, Tel. 2-2717 and
2-0451.
Sen. Morse Blocks
Senate Showdown 0
Strauss Confirmation
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) yesterday
blocked efforts of Senalte Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic and Republican leaders to
speed 4 showdown vote on Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's disputed nomi nomination
nation nomination of Lewis L. Strauss to be
secretary of commerce.
Morse, a Strauss,critic, object objected
ed objected when Senate Democratic Lead Leader
er Leader Lyndon B. Johnson JTex.)
sought unanimous,Senate approval
for a debate limit on the issue.
Under Senate rules, that was
enough to block agreement.
Morse's action came after a
day of spairing between Johnson
and GOP leaders over the terms
of a debate limitation. It left up
in the air the question of the time timetable
table timetable for a showdown. However,
Morse assured the Senate he
hoped for a vote later this week.
Senate Republican Leader Ev Everett
erett Everett M. Dirksen Ult.) told news newsmen
men newsmen after a closed-door meeting
of GOP senators that he was anx anxious
ious anxious to get the nomination "out
of the wav as soon as possible."
Ile said there would be no Re Republican
publican Republican objection to a vote this
week.
FOR

LARGE COMMERCIAL SITE: For Offices or any other Com Commercial
mercial Commercial or Professional Uses. Excellent location strove F. team &
Co., Inc., in the corner of Just Arosemena Avenue and East 26th
' Street. It hag an Area of 7,535 square feet; large windows; complete
and private sanitary facilitios; Its own street entrance, attractive and
safe. It may be painted, decorated, and arranged according to tenant's
needs. Inquire at F. Years & Co., Inc.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

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slrAQUE June 23 July 1
MORAZAN" June 30 July
CILIA July 7 July 15
YAQUE July 14 July 22
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

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METAPAN June 13 June 18
HEREDIA June 20 June 25
JUNIOR June 27 July 2
COMAYAGUA July 4 July 9
ERA RERLANGA July 11 July 16
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

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

SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE TARES FROM
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Trunk, "Oshkosh" large war.
drabs, geed tooditios 640.
Fan, "Hunter' reversible winds
Model used eue year S60.
Divan, hvo (hairs upholstered
foam rubber eusblens may be
used separately or together $70.
Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE: General Electric
mobile maid dishwasher. 60 cy cycle,
cle, cycle, in excejlent condition. Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 4172.
FOR SALLUsed 1 months,
four piece, livingroom set, 6250.
Girls 26" bike, new tirm 815.
2-4338, 460 Anson.
FOR SAL1:--7 pion mahogany
; bedroom suite. 4 months old
$20000. Phone 4-0608.
FOR SALE:--12 cu. ft., Semi
refrigerator, freezer top. House
5507-A Diablo $175.00.
FOR SALE:-1957 Kenmore De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe dryer, 1175.00. er Itint ef efter.
ter. efter. Albrook 16-1102. Excellent
condition.
Akins Hopes To End
Slump Against Cuban
Rodriguez Tonight
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., June 17
(UPI) Former titleholder Vir Virgil
gil Virgil Akinsa one-punch fighter hop hoping
ing hoping to end a slumpfaces upand upandcoming
coming upandcoming Cuban welterweight Luis
Manuel Rodriguez tonight in a na nationally
tionally nationally televised 10-round event.
Akins, who has lost three of his
last four fights, ranked as 7 fa favorite
vorite favorite with the pre-bout odds a about
bout about 4-1 that the fight won't go
the distance.
But even the oddsmakers ad admitted
mitted admitted anything could h a pp en
when the dangerous 32-year-old
veteran clashes with the tricky
22Lyear-old Latin.
Akins has a reputation of be being
ing being a lazy fighter who likes to
stalk his prey, waiting for a one onepunch
punch onepunch kill. But he may want to
end this one in a hurry.
Akins has won 49 fights-29 by
knockoutsand lost 22 with one
draw Rodriguez is unbeated in
21 fights, wirming seven by krWeir krWeirouts
outs krWeirouts and 13 by decision with' one
declared no decision.
The Cuban's victories include
knockouts against such American
hopefuls as Charley Scott, Joe
Mic411 and Cecil Shorts,
The fight begins at 9 p.m. ',1ST
at the Miami Beach Exhibition
Ha
'Mrs. Jones' Dies
After Long Illness
Mrs. Maggie Thompson, 77.
uho was familiarly known as
"Mrs. Jones," died late Monday
at her home after an illness of
three years,
She hrteL lived in Panama
since migrating from Jamaica
in 1909, and was a member of
the Panama Wesleyan Church.
She is survived bv her hus husband,
band, husband, William Thompson: a
daughter, Amy Le Conte: grand grandchildren
children grandchildren Arturo H. Le Conte, tna
Hinds, Alfonso Jennings, all liv living
ing living the States: and several
reat grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced at a later date.
RENT
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
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Real Estate
FOR SAL11).;.-Late 500 earl 1.000
' motets, le the Norte Hipadreino
Urbeahcatior across the Ramon
liscetTick.. Ali tete wkli street
haat& IMMO. water male and
electricity. Can W. McDermott.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR PM OR FOR RENT:
Beautiful residonce, 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms. livingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, closed ',creation porch,
library. pantry. large kitchon,
garden, lovoly terrace, hot water,
maid's room with bathroom, gar garage.
age. garage. Call 2-2510.
FOR SALE:--In Femme Lefevre,
C Street, lot 1,500 square meters
a $3.00 a meter. CASH. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-5079 Mr. Didier.
FOR SALE:Comfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
4735 sg. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec.
tric plant; new refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgon Beach, 50 miles from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Terms
Accepted. Can he inspected every
Sunday, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner) or call Telephones: 2-
4924 or 3-6376, Panami, for
appoinment.
WAN,1TED I
WANTED: North American
family of four, careful tenants
want 3 ballroom chalet. Phone
3-6529.
WANTED: Domestic help
want. Housekeeper, 25 35
years. with gsperience and ref references,
erences, references, for laundry, ironing
cleaning and cooking. $411 per
month, 2 weekends off. To live
in. Some English necessary.
Phone Navy 37)1
WANTED: -- Bargain. Station
wagon or sedan, 6 cylinder, 4
door Plymouth or Chevrolet 1956
up, mechanical drive. Phan 4.
547.
WANTED: Good maid with
references. Via Portas No. 82.
WANTED:Cook, must sleep
in. Bring reference, Calle Ira.
No. 42, Fames Lafevre, Tel. 4.
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Washhiglon Bares
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Specladdar A-Bomb
Te41,epits
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPD
Two hydrogen bombs explod exploded
ed exploded by the United States high
over the Pacific last summer
disrupted radio communications
in a 3000-mile area and partial partially
ly partially blinded animals 300 miles a away.
way. away. The tests, conducted over
Johnston Island, also apparent apparently
ly apparently loaded the earth's magnetic
field in the middle latitudes
with attificial radiation intense
enough, :to ',kill ab unshielded
space 'traveler.
This was disclosed yesterday
in the first detailed official re report
port report on probably the most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular bomb tests ever COn COnducted
ducted COnducted by any country.
The explosions, one at more
than 40 miles' altitude and the
other at about 20 miles, proved
that:
High nuclear shots can
black out radio' communications
and disrupt radar early warn warning
ing warning systems over great dis distances.
tances. distances. Such bomb tests can be
easily detected by their blind blinding
ing blinding light for perhaps 1000 miles
and for 2000 to 3000 miles by
their auroral and radio effects.
At greater distances, how however,
ever, however, they might go undetect undetected
ed undetected and even at 2000 to 3000
miles it might be impossible to
be sure exactly what happened
and who did it.
Ruth Walea's Hu i
Nanis To Perform
At Benefit Show
"Tales of Hawaii" in song and
dance will be presented by Ruth
Wale& and her "Hula Nanis" in
a colorful benefit show Saturday
evening at 8. The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
is sponsoring the event.
The dancing troup has become
familiar to Isthmian audiences
through appearances at varied
charity events, service clubs and
television shows. Their g a y
costumes lend color and authen authenticity
ticity authenticity to their interpretations
of the native dan6es.
Baptist Church
To Hold Rally
The Panama Baptist Church of
2,3rd Street Guachapall, Pans PansIma
Ima PansIma City, will hold a rally on Mona
1day, June 29, in support of
new church construction.
Leaders of five tribes will con conduct
duct conduct tho rally, which is titled
"The Auxiliaries of the Church."
IA program of songs and speech speechles
les speechles is being planned by Mrs. E.
Brown and music committee.
chairman E. Tait.
1
Proceeds raised by the rally
will go to the construction of a
new church building. Pastor S. N.
Brown has extended an invita invitaIlion
Ilion invitaIlion to all church members to
'attend. 1.66

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By SAM SHULSKY
Q. According to your explana explanation
tion explanation to a young reader in a re
cent column, IBM says about
one percent, duPont about three,
American Tel. and Tel, about
four and Curtiss-Wright about sev seven.
en. seven. Why doesn't everyone with
money to invest flock to buy
Curtiss-Wright?
A. Because every investor P is
not primarily interested in divi divident
dent divident income.
There are various ,investment
goals. The beauty of ,securities
investment is that you aae.,gener aae.,generally
ally aae.,generally find stocks and bondetwhich
will pretty closelV match your
particular needs.
If you need high inionie, you
would be attracted to Curtiss CurtissWright;
Wright; CurtissWright; if you. were less interest interested
ed interested in current 'income and more
concerned with growth you would
be attracted to a company such
as IBM which plows the bulk of
its earnings back into research
and development of new products.
It's all a matter of what you
need.
Q. I am a widow with a son
who must go to college in a warm warmer
er warmer climate. He will enter this
Fall. I have only $500 to invest.
I WOUld appreciate your advice.
A. I don'tAbink there would be
much pointt.trying to Out money
into the stock'inarket now if it
will be needed inSeptember,. You
could never couneon gettineyour
money out., intact when tuition
time rolls ,around,I think the on only
ly only safe placeforethis money is in
a sayinge4ccetint.4
Q. I am retired and happy with
holdings of California Electric
Power, New England Electric,
Con. Edison and Interna tional
Tel. and Tel. What I am worried
about is a purchase of Western
Natural Gas which I bought at a
higher price. It pays no dividends.
A. You seem a rather knowing
investor. Western Natural Gas, a
natural gas and oil producer, has
been showing steady though slow
progress. It has neyet paid divi dividends,
dends, dividends, holver, so I am. at I
loss to 'nderstand why ; you
bought it in the first place. e
If you have sufficient isurplus
to afford a speculative growth sit situation,
uation, situation, stay with it. If you need
ineorne?,you wilimhavelo sell out
and re invest in 'a dtVicted pa paer.
er. paer. Panama Steel Co.
Stockholders Meet,
See Bright Future
The first annual shareholders
meeting of Siderurgirca Panama
S.A. Panaan,ifit,.c Stael,,, mill, ,Nra S
held Monda Hotel'
Panama Hilton 'Web almo0 1:00
people in attendance.'Of the 600,-
000 shares issued, 473,640 ,were
represented.
Roberto Eise,nmann,' president of
Panama's first ,bealty industry.
presided over; ihe Meeting and
gave a detailed report of the oper operadons
adons operadons of the-mill. While the re report
port report showed a loss in the first
year of operation, Eisentnann
went into detail stint the, prob.'
lems that had teed' met, and all
questions were answered.
Optimism prevailed for the fu future
ture future of the company, due to the
surge in steel consumption expect expected
ed expected ill the coming year the de depletion
pletion depletion of Panama stocks of im imported
ported imported steel, and the acceptance
of Panama steel by engineers
and constructors.
Eisesmanns particularly praised
Gov. W. E. Potter of the Panama
Canal Company and members of
his staff for their whole-hearted
cooperation with the steel plant.
The following were elected to
serve on the board of directors:1
Eduardo Alfaro, Irving H. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Ricardo Chiari, I. Roberto
Eisenmann, Eugene C. McGrath,
Roberto Motta and Eugene Salin Salinger.
ger. Salinger. Election of offieera,,wtil take
place shortly
TREMOR IN TAIPEI
TAIPEI RIPI)A slight earth earthquake
quake earthquake was felt in Taipei Monday.
There were no reports of dam damages
ages damages or casualties.
FOR

Excellent locales, sliecial for offices, located
at El Banco Nacional of Panama, Main of offices,
fices, offices, last floor (Plaza Belisario Torras).
With air conditioning, eJevator service,
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and electrical current.

Apply at Banco Nacional of Panama, Main
Offices (Plaza Belisario Porras).

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'Stiehkk PRICES
NEW YORK, June 17 (UPI)
Stocks opened mixed today I ill
moderate trading.
The main list was a scramble
of minor gains and kosses aa in.
vestors attempted to interpret the
significance of the market's three.
day sell-off
ACF Ind 10
Advocate Ashes 280b
. Allegheny Corp w -, 111e
Aluminium Ltd 33
Amer Cyanamid 54
Amer Motorp 37
Amer Terand Vel
Anaconda CoPPer .6i
Arkansas Fuel 34
AVCO Mfi 1434
Beth Steel 52
Bettinger Corp 1012b
Blond Uranium 61b
British Pet- 6
Burroughs 35
Canadian Eagle 10344
Celanese 37
Cerro de Pasco 3912b
Chicago. Great ,West 47b
Chryslw '' 65
Cities Service 53
Coastal Caribe 11212
Co Iga te Palmolive
Colorado Fuel 2634
Creole Pet 4914
Crown Cork and Seal 33
Cuban Venezuelan Oil b
Du Pont 244
El Paso Natnral Gas 31
Fairchild Engine 7
Fargo Oil 1 7-16
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics 55
General Electric 79
General Motors 49
General Plywood 23
Gulf Oil 110
Harsco Steel 39 V2
Hayden Newport 17
llowe Sound -1
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 34
Montrose Chem 14
New .rig 'ret and Tel 16114
Northrop Air 35
Olin Mathieson 49
Pancoastal 81211
Pan Israel
' Phillips Pet 45121i
', Ptir0 Oil 4014b
'ilOg, 62
ReYnnlds Metal 1,9121,
jRoyal Dutch Shall 41
Shell Transp 18b
Signal Oil and Gas 36
, Sinclair Oil 58
''''Silentry Mobile 44
Sperry Rand 25
Standard Oil NJ 50
,. Sterling Precision- 4b
s. Studebaker-Packard Pi
Superior Oil 1895
Texas Gulf Prods 32
Rextron 2534
Underwood 261Aili
United Canso 011 19-18
US Rubber 58
US Steel 96
Westinghouse Dee 90
Wheeling' Steol i 60
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CHATTER
NEW YORK (UPI) Standard
its Poor's in its current "outlook"
suggestsa more cautious policy
on the stock -market, but still
finds ample basis for Optimism
for the longer-5erm. R anticipates
nothing more serious that an in interim
terim interim period of market irregular irregularity
ity irregularity likely to be Mowed fri tint.
by a renewed advance to new
record highs.
'rrendex holds that minor cycles
call for another softish period to
start quite late this month or ear early
ly early July. Meantime, it looks for
slightly more strength than weAk weAkness
ness weAkness during the coming weeks.
Edmund W. Tabell, analyst for
Walston & Co. says a continuation
of a consolidating phase for some
weeks would be a constructive de development
velopment development from a technical view viewpoint
point viewpoint and would correct some of
the speculative excesses that have
occurred over the past few
months. When the advance is re resurned,
surned, resurned, he says, probably new
groups will be among the leaders.
The outlook for business att4v att4vity
ity att4vity is too favorable 5S..justify
fears of a long, downward spiral
in stock prices, according to in.
vestors advisory institute
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Acheson, said this country no longer is Russia's equal in strategic nuclear striking puree and Is
"dangerously" behind in intercontinental missiles.
'Yet, it said, the Eisenhower administration, "by some strange madnen," am ael about re redu4;ing
du4;ing redu4;ing U.S. land forces to pre-Korean war levels.
The result, it said, is that the .,
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"stage is being set for a major r- A 1
tragedy." Last German Revoit Is Stiti
The committee said one of the
first steps needed In overhauling ,. 1 m
the' nation's defenses is "a crash
effort to bridge the missile gap." Vivid emory After 6 Yrs.
. also called the increasing
Army manpower by 225,000 to i o -- ;'
10000 anti Army divisions from FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) would remain an independent
three to eight. Six years ago today Rus- farmer.
q,,,, t.nkc tilmhipri intrt 272 towns Meier turned down the party

It said these and other major
steps it recommended would
Mein a net addition in milita
ry spending of 7,5000,000 over
each of the next four years.
It said "there can be no ques question
tion question of the capacity of our econo economy
my economy to support" his additional
expeuditure.
ItAsaid defense, the atomic en eneritprogram
eritprogram eneritprogram and the foreign aid
program combined now represent
less than 10 percent of the na nation's
tion's nation's output of goods and servic services.
es. services. Yet tiring World War II, when
that output was substantially
soialler, it said, almost 45 per percent
cent percent was diverted to defense pur purposes.
poses. purposes. The committee reviewed the mil military
itary military situation in an 11,000-word
pamphlet that denounced Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's defense policies with such
words a s "folly," "neglect,"
"blindnese' and putting economy
above national security.
In e direct slap at Eisenhow Eisenhowel.,
el., Eisenhowel., it said most of the blame
for the shortcomings it pictur pictur45d
45d pictur45d could be laid to lack of "ex "executive
ecutive "executive leadership."
This tack, it said, was more re responsible
sponsible responsible for "the confusion, bick bickering
ering bickering and red tape" in the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon han interservice rivalry.
Among others, the committee
ma& these recommendations:
Double prcKluction currently
planned and the actual rate of
production of the Atlas and Tit3n
intercontinental missiles.
Continue development of the
subvonic, airborne cruise missiles,
such as Snark and Regulus II, on
a ttop-gsp basis to increase the
ettem's anti-aircraft problems.
Increase production of jet
tankers to reduce the dependence
of,11.S. bombers on overseas has hasf'S
f'S hasf'S threatened by Soviet missiles.
rontinne birth priority develop development
ment development of the Nike-Zeus anti-miscie
'missile.
Strengthen the Navy's capa-'ty
for anti-submarine warfare.
Restore the Marine Corps to
Its full strenoth and "futurize"
its ,arms, tactics and transport.
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Registration for summer re recreation
creation recreation for children of Air'on.
Balboa and St. Mary's schools
will be held Thursday from 9 to
11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. at the
Balboa Elementary School. Chil Children
dren Children from ages 6 to 16 are
eligible to attend.
The program is scheduled to
start July 6 and last for six
weeks. It will feature arts,
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FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
Six years ago today Rus Russian
sian Russian tanks tumbled into 272 towns
in Communist East Germany.
A revolt had flared and failed,
and 17 million oppressed East
Germans remained in an iron
grip.
Thousands fied into West Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Many thousands more tilled
Communist prisons and labor
camps.
Hans Meier escaped. He was a
marked man, a saboteur.
Ile was a sabPteur because he
did not deliver his quota of farm
produce on time, and because he
traded a pig for medicine to save
his wife's life.
The tragedy of Hans Meier is
the tragedy of a people divided
by war.
The story he told one windy
morning on a hill overlooking the
barbed wire of the Iron Curtain
no doubt is similar to many
others. He was not the only per,
son to flee after that June 17,
six years ago.
Meier is in his 40s and looks
past 60.
After the war he took over his
father's small farm. By 1950,
Meier, his wife and his son had
paid off debts. The farm three
cows, five pigs and the usual host
of chickenswas paying for itself.
The local party functionaries
noted Meier's industry and in invited
vited invited him to join the village farm.
collective committee.
Meir consulted with his ailing
father. He promised his father he

Defamed Or Not?
Question Faces
Liberace Jury
LONDON (UPI) Justice Cyril
Salmon told the jury in the
Liberace libel case today that it
must decide whethet William Con Connor's
nor's Connor's columns in the Daily Mirror
were intended to mean that the
American pianist is a homosexual.
In hs charge to the 10 men and
two women, the judge said they
must also decide whether Con Connor's
nor's Connor's pungent desoriptions of the
entertainer were statements of
fact or fair comment aside from
the nuestion of imputed homosex homosexuality.
uality. homosexuality. Salmogi said the jury must de decide
cide decide on damages. if any. for the
two columns which Liberace said
defamod him and held him
up to public ridicule.
Thn judo', outlined the jury's
duties after defense attorney
Gerald Gardirr. acting for
Connor and the Daily Mirror, re repeated
peated repeated that the columnist had
meant only to stress Liberace's
cqx anneal.
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Bus- farmer.
4)wns Meier turned down the party
ty. offer. Two weeks later, independ independent
ent independent farmers were forced to douailed-
ble the quota of produce what the
East state demanded.
iron Meier hired a hand, but the
Lian left shortly afterward. He
Ger- did not want to work for a reac reactionary.
tionary. reactionary. labor Meier's wife contracted sclero sclerosis.
sis. sclerosis. She was forced to stay in bed
and medicine to help her was un unlas
las unlas a available.
e he Meier traded a Pig for medicine
farm one night with West Germans. He
e he risked border patrols to slip
save !through the curtain. But his wife
,died.
isi The story came out and one day
vided Meier was visited by two party
officials. He was called a sabo saboteur.
teur. saboteur. His house was searched for
vindy traces of anyone waiting to cross
g the the border. He was ordered to de deirtain
irtain deirtain liver the quota of produce he
many owed the state within two weeks.
per, On June 17, Meier delivered half
e 17, of what he owed. He was told
that a revolt was in progress and
being a suspect himself he would
looks
have to deliver the other half
within one week or go on trial
on reactionary charges.
r his
1950, That night, Meier crossed the
hArt border.

IWeather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending a. m. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURk:
High 86 83
Low 73 75
HUMIDITY:
High 95 93
Low 70 82
!WIND:
(max. mph) S.24 S-I5
RAIN (inches) .03 .45
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 84
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.21
Madden Dam 216.53
BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, JUNE 18
High
Time Ht.
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1:18 p.m, 16.1 ft.
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MANAGUA, 'Nicaragua (UPD--
Twenty-six more', rebel invaders
w-ere lodged in Managua's jails to today
day today increasing Abe toal captured
in the past week to at least 87.
Gen. Anastasio Somoza, com commander
mander commander of Nicaragua's armed
forces, said 10 invaders are still
known to be at large. Among those
not yet captured are the crew crewmen
men crewmen of an invasion plane which
bogged down and was burned on
the plains of Olama after landing
a group of rebels 15 days ago,.
The most recent batch of pri prisoners
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abandoned them under fire and
because an internal uprising and
additional invasions which they
had been told would coincide with
their failed to materialize.
Lillie Rock Board
Restores Contracts
Of Fired Teachers
LTTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)---
The Little Rock School Boar(' has
restored the contracts of 44 teach
ers fired as suspected Integra
tionists and announced it will go
to Gov. Orval Faubus with an
appeal to reopen the eity's four
high schools.
"I have seen it expressed In the
newspapers that he might pos possibly
sibly possibly have a solution to the school
problem," hoard member J. H.
Cottrell Jr., said last night.
"At least we should go and
listen to any solution he might
ha ve."
Another board member, B.
Frank Maekey said "be defin
hely is a factor in the reoPening
of the schools think we should
be working as SOOn as Possible
tolyard getting the schools o'pen."
The Little Rock high schools
have been closed for nearly a
year in t h e integration eon
troversy.
Both cottnol am! Mackey are
new 'members of the board who
took office last Friday as replace
ments of three segregationists who
were thrown off the board In a
recall election.
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of the oncredible feats of Commander Crabb, the
famed frogman' who beat the Italians at their own
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jniOit Industry Can't Agree
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NEW YORK (UPI) Steel wage
negotiators met for more thail
2,4 hours yesterday but tailed to
agree on how further talks should
be, conducted.
The negotiators refused to meet
with newsmen atter their session
but issued a joint statement in
which they admitted they had not
been able to solve a procedural
dispute over whiether their talks
should continued on a joint or con.
pany-by-company basis.
Spokesmen for both sides in.
dicateci the fourmin bargaining
teams would be in touch with
each other during the night in
an effort to solve the problem
and set up a firm schedule of
meetings. They ended their bar.
seising session without setting
a time for the resumption of
telks foday.;
eM anw de th tmion notifi'ed
the 435 members of its full bar bargaining
gaining bargaining committees for each of
the 12 companies to be on deck
today at 10 a.m.
The committees sat in separate
rooms yesterday for almost an
hour and a half but broke up
when industry officials failed to
attend the meetings.
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.),
who was one 0 the 21 Demo.
cratic Senators who last night
hoard USW President
McDonald outline his uniora Ob.
Olen, called on President El.
senhower to intervene and bring
.about a peaceful settlement.
Symington, Whose name has
cropped urp repeatedly as Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic presidential possibility next
year, said he believed the Presi President
dent President "could create a climato" in
which steel negotiator Roger
Blough and union President Mac MacDonald
Donald MacDonald could get together on a
settlement.
The' 'Missouri senator, who was,
In Philadelphia to address att
Alr-CIO conference. was asked
when he thought the President
should do this and he replied,
"now." The steel Industry con contract
tract contract runs out June 30.
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teams met in the presidential Suite
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of the Roosevelt Hotel, the 435
members of the union's full bar bargaining
gaining bargaining conamittees for each of
the 12 companies stood by in sep separate
arate separate rooms in the event the
isdustry decided to meet with
them.
industA, )lait,week refused
to Aengage issi separate talks as
requested by 'the union. McDon McDonald
ald McDonald made the plea for the separ separate
ate separate talks after saying that the
fourman teams had gotten "ab "absolutely
solutely "absolutely nowhere" in their loint
talks.
The industry said it would
not meat witht he 12 union com committs
mitts committs unless they ware
brought together in one room
or the meetings wars staggered
to permit its team to attend
each ono.
The union-declined to go along
with this scheme., For a while it
appeared the.negotiations might
break down in a.procedural row.
However, McDonald said the u union
nion union was not "too proud" to meet
with the industry's four-man team
even if the industry refused to
Meet with the union's full com committ2es.
mitt2es. committ2es. McDonald said the union
would do everything possible to
obtain a new labor agreement be before
fore before the strike deadline.
jtut he once aoain accused
the,' industry of:failure to bar bargain
gain bargain in good faith and roiterat roiteratod
od roiteratod his thargi that the industry
wets trying to foment a strike.
The negotiators are miles apart
on contract issues. The industry
wants a one-year extension of the
nreeent agreement. minus the cost
of living escalator cianse. It a areed
reed areed to modify the wage free7e
if the union would' accept eight
contract revisions designed to e eliminate
liminate eliminate "waste and inefficiency."
The union rejected the wage
freeze. as "eeonomic nonsetw.!"
and the otintract. revisions as
"blackmail" aimed at destroying
the union.
The union has countered with
demands for a IMP PIP increase. re reduced
duced reduced hours of work and other
pr,wisions .in, fringe items.
Th present three-year agree agreement
ment agreement in the steel industry exnires
at midnight June 20 and a strike
at that time is a stronn newsibil newsibility
ity newsibility under the union's traditional
policy of "no ccontract, no work."
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Police Monday renorted they
WerP hlintinc! for the nersoi who
hPri been shattering stfeet lamns
with bow air; arrow in this
town in Nottio,-,ha,,hire, p
heart of the legendary Robin
Hood country.

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WASHINGTON, Juni ll'AI CVP1)";"-Ths 114114$11'4":::'" al
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means committee yesteday approved, tic President's re reluest
luest reluest for a tempoarry hike.in ,the national tlebt ceiling te
,s,
295 billion dollars. But it refused to grant the full Iricreast;
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he wanted in the permanent ceiling'.
In another setback,for the President., the cornmillkot
put aside for later con'sideration his request thatinterso14
rate limits be-remoVed: from Individual savings bonds andro
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long-term marketable onds, bought mainly by big in-;
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vestors,
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Eisenhower had- asked Con-Icent limit' on interest, on gov
gress last Monday to raise ,the ,ernment bonds of over fiv
permanent legal Unlit' 012' the year's maturity and' the 3.28 pe
national debt to 288 'billion dol- cent ceiling 41 savings bondsZ'
lars and to increase,the Ceiling interest, if, t It
temporarily to the 295 billion The' committee divorced the,
levei until June 30, 1060. debt limit broposallrom the int
,
While granting the full tem- terest 'WW1 to it could spend,
porary increasek the committee more, time.explorlog.the lege
voted to hike the, permanent proposal., '10ilich-3".has ciraivn
ceiling to only 285 billion. barrage of,l)earcratictriticisms,
Senators introducedlegislatiorg
In the Senate,'inian' while, 141
If the action is upheld by the
Htr
oautisoenaowdouledneatime, otshte baedinfoirnelesa baedinfoirnelesato
to baedinfoirnelesato lower-the debt ceiling by 2111:
to come back to Congiess in the billion dollars Tather,Ithan ins,-
perlieSahstrithglai"by;applying,..the cell
1960 election year to ask for a
further Increase In the perma.w
gl nr go s st od' enbett: t r a, h a n ti!
dTlibeY.IYOutheirdtaccomt
Dent, limit.
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Ihe Treasury now is operat operatincr
incr operatincr n nclar a 9512-hillinn-rinliar

permanent legal lingt,'.012' thel
national debt,to
lars and to inereaSO,the
temporarily to the 295 billion
level until June 30, 1060.
While granting the full tem temporary
porary temporary increasek -the committee
voted to hike. the, perinagent
ceiling to only 285 billion.
If the action is upheld by the
House and Senate, the adminis administration
tration administration wou'id almost be forced
to come back to Congress in the
1960 election year to ask for a
further Increase In the perma-
pent, limit.
Ihe Treasury now is operat operating
ing operating under a 288-billion-dollar
temporary ceiling that is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to a permanent level of
283 billion on June 30. The
Treasury expects the debt on
that date, the close of the cur current
rent current fiscal year, to total 285
billion, two billion above the
imposed ceiling.
Without an Increase, the
government would not have
legal authority-;lo continue
paying
ChairrnarrMilOut Mills (D (DArk.)
Ark.) (DArk.) said ,ha toPed the com committee's
mittee's committee's proposed hilt would be
ready for House debate tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The President had asked for
the temporary debt in increase
crease increase to 295 Whoa dollars be because
cause because the Treasury will have to
borrow during the forthcoming
July-December half-year to off offset
set offset a seasonal lag in tax collec collections.
tions. collections. Officials have estimated
that these borrOwingilwill push
up the debt to abellt,202 billion
during the fall and, early win winter.
ter. winter. Eisenhower also asked Con Congress
gress Congress to eliminate the 414 per
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success, his wife takes the credit
and the tax collector takes the
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Clark, Gay, Monty :
Agiee On Mistakes 1
During Tiorld War
WASHINGTON (UPI) Twg
Am ericse4,4 generals ,,,,, yestercht30:
backed British' rielZIMarshal Vi
count Montgomery's claim tha
mistakes in U. S, World War I
strategy let Central Europe fair
into Russian hands.
Gen. Mark W. Clark (ret.), whir
commanded the U.S. 5th Armt
during the war, said -he agreef
that the invasion Souther,
France, rather than pushing tht
Italian campaign, left the Sala
kans prey to Soviet troops
"I have always felt that the
weakening, of the Italian caMh'
sign in'order 'to invade Southere
France, instead of ptishing os
north in Italy and Atli into the
Balkans, was ohe of the Outstand;
ing mistikeg of the wail!'
he said.
ne
Lt. Gen. Robert,R. Gay fret.).
chief Of staff for Gen. George C.
Patton's U.S. 3rd Army, said
American forces could .have cal
tured Prague in Czechoslovakik
before the Russians but, "we were
not allowed to advance."
Gay said the Srd Army encoun encountered
tered encountered "practically no opposition!!
as it moved toward Czectinslovak Czectinslovakia
ia Czectinslovakia in the final days of the, war,
Imo was nevertheless ordered
halt.
The two generals eicnressed
their views in copyrighted inter interv;ew
v;ew interv;ew in ILS. NPWS and World
Report, it weekly news magazinew
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