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i 34th YEAR .:,3 ,-- ---- ., PANAMA, R: P.,, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959
a IUM P WIMPS
34th YEAR ;,-
WASHINOTON,'.June 18 (UPI)-- The 21 American
nations -Were:urged 'today io redouble their efforts to
prevetIttoli territories from:being used as itaging areas
, The recemmendation was made at a special meeting
of-theceuncil of.d.tie Organization of American States. The
meeting 'was expected to cancel the Council's activities as
a. proVisional :organ of cOnsultation in the Panamanian
'AlfiVe-natiori committee, coneisting of the representa representatives,of
tives,of representatives,of Brazil, the 'United States, Paraguay, Argentina and
Costal:tea, presented its I'M report and recommendations
In the l'anamanian
Tlie 'committee made.no recommendations regarding
the fatiof the prisoners now in Jail in, Panama but in a
relater'. otite,activities, in Panama it noted that Panama PanamaKlan
Klan PanamaKlan government officials hail pledged that they would
treat the' inVaders benevolently if they surrendered un
POIllmallian territory was sub subjected
jected subjected to 'an invasion staged in Cu Cuba
ba Cuba tind rnanned mostly by Cubans
last April 25.
,, panama 'immediately appealed
to. the Council of the OAS under
terms of the .. Rio, Pact on the
grontids that its ter'ritorial integri integrity
ty integrity had been threatened 'and that
the peaetiof thchenitsphera was
in danger, '.' .' ,:''' ''
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in'ilattitle',,herinvesion Unto. 40
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Yoffered, tO.',htlts-plinanta, fitiell .the
Allivasitin,',4,;:4 ..., '." '
me c0 mittet-'report today at atn
n atn tacked no &me to the Cuban gov governmentf
ernmentf governmentf IteAltvaaioit ,although
it did tonclilde thatv4 , ;
' 'PTho itemsblic of ?anima was
the,vistint 101,1n hwasion, organ organ:
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Here For Treatment
A French diplomat was in Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital todaY efter an Air
Force mercy plane 'brbught him'
from Hondurts te the Canal Zone
Charles Colona-Cesari, French
MAIM laadOt to Honduras, was suf suffering
fering suffering from an undisclosed illness
when the U.S. Embassy at Teguci Tegucigalpa
galpa Tegucigalpa was notified an emergency
existed. The request VMS forward forwarded
ed forwarded through diplomatic .channels,
and a plane dispatched from AI-1
brook Field yesterday morning, re returning
turning returning in late afternoon.
Tho French diplomat was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his svife and Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Ehrhart', Wife of the French
Embassy Secretary at Tegucigalpa.
Capt. Harlan Black piloted the
lcur-motored C-M transport and,
Lt. Col. Wendell S. Mosely served
as co-pilot. ReMaining crew mem members
bers members were A-1C Robert C. Chester,
S-Sgt.,E., Lumpkins, S-Sgt. John
R. Stone. Medical personnel on the
flight were Mat, (Dr.) Paul W.
Musgrave And S-Sgt. J. t. Walter,
both of the' Albrook AFB Dispen Dispensary.
sary. Dispensary. 1
3 Bombs Explode
in Havana As Castro
Asks Policy Support
, 'err al
cs Pan. Over
HAVANA,Itme 18 (UPI) Foes
of Premier, Fidel Castro exploded
bombe at three points in Havana
last night while the premier was
broadcasting an appeal for sop
Port of his controversial economic
No one was injured and only
minor damage was caused by the
bombi, which appaTently were
meant as an expression of popu popular
lar popular discontent. One was set off in
a garbage dump, another outside
the building. housing the govern governrnent's
rnent's governrnent's Industries exhibit, and
the third in the suburbs,
'rhs, m(0011013 climaxed' a dal'
of searches And arrests ,which in intressed
tressed intressed the number of Pcounter
revolittionaires"in custoay at vs,
rims ,points in Cuba ,to more than
About 70 ex-soldiera were arrest arrested
ed arrested int tile eastern port of Baba Baba(C)
(C) Baba(C) m"ea;litivila tein, Pr
iner .dieent fotro fotroserve4two
serve4two fotroserve4two years in prison at hard
It'1.7abor for' recruiting a counter
Ind abroad, procooding from a
port in Cuba and consisting al.
most totally of foroignors."
The committee said the number
of invaders, most of them in Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian jails now, consisted of
92 persons of whom three were
Panamanian, one an American and
the rest Cubans.
'A Liberia tea 'liberty ship
Which limped tottt the Cana Zone
with a. damaged propeller last
weekend is undergoing ta unusual
repair job At Cristobal. 6
The 7,00b ton carg vesset Ionian
Leader, traveling in ballast,' was
southbound from the- US.' Pacific
coast whelfthe' propeller mishap
occurred., With A spare prop a aboard,
board, aboard, the ehip continued to the
Canal, Zqne for repairs.
To 'save time and labor costs of officials
ficials officials decided to make the re replacement
placement replacement While the ship was a afloat,
float, afloat, rather than incur some $30,-
000 in drydock replacement costs.
Basically, the floating technique
is to alter the ballast in such a
way to upend the stern, thus bring bringing
ing bringing the propeller and shaft clear
of the water. Replacement can be
made by means of scaffolding and
hoisting mechanisms rigged from
Reptacement Is being accom accomplished
plished accomplished by Panama Canal Compa Company
ny Company personnel and is reported to
be costing the ship's owner in ex excess
cess excess of $15,000.
Fernie and Co. are agents
for the vessel.
Formir Labor Leader Louis Towns ley
Of Dredging Division Dies In States
News of the. death of Louis
Towns ley, retired employe of the
Dredging Division, former Canal
Zone labor leader and a leader in
Democratic political circles here,
was received today by friends on
Mr. Towns ley, died June 10 in
St. Louis, Mo., He was 81 years
He was born in Ottawa,.Kansas,
and came to the Canal 7,one in
1909 to work as a travelling crane
operato.- fot the Isthmian Canal
Commission. When the permanent
organization was, estabhshed in
1914, he was transferred to the
Dredging Division. His service
with this division was unbroken
until his retiretrient in August,
1939. At this time, he was
Towns ley w'as perhaps
best known for the legal action
which was brought in his name.
'and which resulted in the pap
ment of ever 81,3000,000 in
overtime .cialms to several
.hundrod employes er former
emplovev why bad worked on
,Canal fleatine equipment.
Me legal action was brought in
1940, the'year after Townsley
retired, In 1943, the Court of
Claims ruledin his favor and two
years later the Ilnited States
SuPreme. Court vpheld the Court
of Claims decision.
In essence,. the ruling was that,
workers on floating equiriment
paid at, monthly rates were wage.;
board employees wittitn the
meaning tif a 1934 law that pro-1
scribed a, 40-hour week for trades tradesmen
men tradesmen paid at hourly and her diem
To Be Depot
After Saturday, June 20, there
will no longer be a Cristobal com commissaryor
missaryor commissaryor retail store as it is
The well known Atlantic side
retail outlet, which has been o operating
perating operating since shortly after con construction
struction construction days on the corner of
11.th and Front Streets, will be
closed at the end of the day's
business Saturday, the Supply Di Division
vision Division has announced.
At the same time, it was an announced
nounced announced that the Cristobal gaso gasoline
line gasoline retail station in Old Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal would be closed and that em employes
ployes employes and other customers will
be able to purchase gasoline at
Coco Solo, Margarita, or Gatun
The operation at Cristobal, li limited
mited limited for some time to house housewares,
wares, housewares, shoes and drygoods, will
be moved to the second floor of
the new retail store at Coco So Solo.
lo. Solo. This section will be opened
Part of 4he first floor of the old
Cristobal retail store building
will be converted into railroad
passenger station and the,remain
der of the-structure ProbablY101
be used for.,personnet 'office and,
rians and, specifications for the
railroad passenger station and
unread Hines t jind ',Iniggage
rooms, are ,now:,being compieted
bythe, Tanonot Coal Om 1:11xtt
lind ahould- be opened, about
Jay .,,,. ,
Federal service pins were pre-1
sented to nine civilian employees',
of the U.S. Army Caribbean Cen Central
tral Central Procurement Agency at a
ceremony in Headquarters, USAR
Honored for 20 years of service
were Horace D. Bishop, chief .of
the procurement agency' Clinton
Ramsey of Panama City, and Mil Milton
ton Milton G. Myers of Rio Abajo.
Ten-year emeblems werepre werepresented
sented werepresented to Mrs. Ana R. R. Sanchez
of Panama City Santiago Dam of
Bethania' Rafael A. Bonilla of Pa Panama
nama Panama City' Mrs. Jaeinta N. de
Bailey of Parque Lefevre, Les Leslie
lie Leslie L. Headley of .Panama City.
The awards were presented by
Lt. Col. C. W. Reeves. acting as assistant
sistant assistant chief of staff, G-4 for
The Comptroller General had
held that the statute did not ap apply.
ply. apply. Tho Individual overtime pay.
monis rangod from loss than
WO to in ace's of MHO for
As more than a thousand claim.
The Supreme Court's decision
in the Towns ley case also had ap application
plication application to government agencies
in the United.,States and claims
totaling several ,million dollars
were ultimately padi there.
Mr. Towns ley had served as an
officer of the Metal Trades Union Unionand
and Unionand was also for some time De Democratic
mocratic Democratic National Committeeman
from the Canal Zone'.
Stock Market Suggestions Come And Go, But
By PRANK ELIAZER
WASHINGTON (UPI) There
it; afi old law to the effect,that
a fool and his money are soon
parted, and it will be a long lime
before that one is repealed. How
ever., Congress Is being asked to
amend it a little.
Edward N. Gadsby, chairman
of the Securities and Exchange
of talented persons has been em
the word "fool",in his testimony
for Senate banking isubcommit
tee. He spoke of the "unsophisti
cated investor" inlet the fellow
"lured by, spurimis get-rich-quick
Gadsby said he and his helpers
have discovered oome loopholes
PANAMA, R: THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959
Long Gets Out
OUT OF HOSPITAL Louis Louislana's
lana's Louislana's Gov. Earl Long man manages
ages manages a faint smile as he ar arrives
rives arrives at the Galveston, Tex.,
County Courthouse to plead
for his release from a mental
institution. Long charges that
heovas drugged and brought
tti Galveston tied hand a n d
GALVESTON, 'Tex. (UPI),Gov.
El Id Long of Louisiana got out of
a Texas mental hospital on court
lorder yesterday ,and',took off in, a
1 Mi Atoll P1010010 gr.
hospital forlarther Intatmentleteo
',.!4Aro yea ', rtvevrnor", be
Wa$ staked' before lie boarded a
Louisiana Air National Guard DC3.
''"I'he minute I Mt the line," he
Actually, Long signed an agree agreement
ment agreement to submit to treatment in
Ochsner Clinic Foundation Hospital
in New Orleans.
Galveston County Probate Judge
Hugh Gibson, who signed the or order
der order releasing tong from the psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric ward of John Sealy Hospi Hospital,:
tal,: Hospital,: where he has been since May
30, said he had been assured by
Louisiana authorities that the plane
would land at New Orleans and
that Long would go where he said
"I feel better; I've rested some,"
Long told about 25 personsmost personsmostly
ly personsmostly reporters and photegraphers--at
He looked wan, however, limp limped
ed limped slightly and used a cane te
shuffle along. ,His voice was
weak, as If he were under side sideHen.
Hen. sideHen. Long, it was disclosed, fired his
three court-appointed lawyers and
hired lawyer Charles B. Smith to
represent him before he finally
signed an agreement' to enter
Mrs. Long and Mal. den. Ray
UAR Halts Ship
With Scrap Iron
Headed For Israel
PORT SAID, U.A.R. (UPI)
United Arab Republic authorities
yesterday halted the Liberia Liberiaregistered,
registered, Liberiaregistered, 6,143 ton freighter
Nord as it tried to transit the
Maritime sources said it was
suspected the ship was under Is.
raeli charter and Its eargo of
scrap iron had originated in Is Israel.
rael. Israel. The Nord, owned by the United
Mineral Trading Co., was halted
not far from the Danish freighter
Inger Toft, which has been held
here since May 21. The U.A.R.
'declared the Inger Toll's cargo
of Israeli potash contraband, con contending
tending contending that a state of war still
existed with Israel.
in the laws Congress passed in
1933 and 1934 to protect investors
from a repetiton of some of the
things that happened to them in
Things like maybe another big
break in Use market? Sen. Horn
son A. Williams Jr. (DIU.) won
tiered hopefully, rimming over the
list of proposed amendments bo
Ole existing securities laws.
Unfortunately not Gadoby sold.
Market prices, which recently
have hit record higha, come un
der the law ot supply and de
mend, it appears, and thats' one
law that cant be repealed.
"I think it's fair to say that
Long Gets' Out Of Hospttal,
Headed For Ochsner Clinic
rp,, (mond Hufft, Louisiana's adjutant
................................................... 1 I genn:al, left Judge Giloson'scourt
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mond Hufft, Louisiana's adjutant
general, left Judge Gibson's court
and hurried to John Sealy Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital to get the governor and take
him to a waiting pl,pfie.
Long, it was disclosed. not only
agreed to be treated at the Ochs Ochsner
ner Ochsner Foundation Clinic in New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, but also signed a document
releasing his family and "anyone
else" from legal responsibility for
bringing him to Texas.
He had charged that he was
drugged, tied to a stretcher and
flown to Galveston against his will.
"I have been assured that the
plane will land tit New Orleans and
that the governor will be transport transported
ed transported to. Ochsner's Clinic and that all
necessnry arrangements to see that
this is done have been taken,"
Judge Gibson said.
Mrs. Long had hoped to leave at
noon with her husband, but the re return
turn return was delayed by an argument
over t guarantee that Long would
submit to treatment in New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. She and others in Long's film'.
ly were reported to fear that
without such a guarantee, Long
might use the National Guard
and state policO to resist steps to
commit him once he was across
the Louisiana border.
Long and his three-court appoint appointed
ed appointed lawyers objected to such a
guarantee usd after a lengthy
wrangle, the lawyers went to see
Long was heard veiling: "I am
not going to agree to go to any
Mille tong and Rulft went in to
iseetillut ister stnd they presuthably
talkett ,NLout 114 aAgmat 41, guar guarantee.
antee. guarantee. r
Acting'Gov. tether Frew made
it clear the he would not insist on
substituting for Long at home, if
-"As far as I am concerned, as
soon as Gov, Earl Long crosses the
siate line into Louisiana, he is gov governor,"
ernor," governor," Frazer said.
"I would not pre ume to contin continue
ue continue as acting governor while Long
is in the state until I have been
notified that the governor is una unable
ble unable to carry out the duties of his
Police Riot Over
Beer Boycott Edict
BURBAN, South Mrica, June
18 (UPI) Giant battles between
natives and police erupted over a
10-square-mile area of this sea seaport
port seaport city today. Latest reports
said. both aides were exchanging
At least 1,000 natives were said
to be involved.
Heavy casualties were report reported.
ed. reported. The riots started in the morn morning
ing morning when hundreds of African
women smashed into a beer hall
to demonstrate against a boycott
on municipal-brewed beer.
The demonstrations soon got
out of hand in this tinder-box area
of racial tension.
Police used tear gas and Sten
guns. The natives returned the
By late afternoon the riot was so
far out of hand that running bat battles
tles battles were taking place between po police
lice police and rioters among the shacks
of the native slums.
The rioters were burning bus busses
ses busses and attacking shops owned
by Indians and other Indian bu businessmen
sinessmen businessmen in various parts of the
city closed their stores, barred
windows and began moving out of
the danger area.
Throughout the afternoon, po police
lice police reinforcements were sent
charging into the scene.
the ingenuity of a large number!
Commission, didn't exactly use
ployed since 1929 to design proper
statutes regarding the sale of se
curities," Gadsby told Williams.
"We have been unable to picture
any statute to do what you imply
prevent a fall in the market
What he does want Congress to
do, Gadsby said. is amend the se
curities laws to make it a little
bit harder for 118 tO be suckers.
"The need for added investor
protections and the strengthening
of our enforcement hand," he
said, "is particularly imperative
todav in view of the current ex
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Asylum in CZ
Kiko Hue, a Panamanian accus accused
ed accused of complicity in recent rebel
activities against the goverment,
made a dramatic escape last night
from Amador Guerrero Hospital,
Colon, and fled into the Canal
Although hospitalized for medical
care, Hue had been under surveil surveillance
lance surveillance by Panama police autho authorities.
rities. authorities. He was one of a group of
alleged rebels who disarmed the
National Guard detachment at Sa Salud
lud Salud some weeks ago.
Canal Zone authorities today
confirmed that Hue was in the
Zone and that he had filed a re request
quest request for political asylum with
No action has been taken yet on
the request, police said, and no of official
ficial official communication has been
received from Panama authorities
concerning the matter.
Gamboa Pen Gets
Four New Guests
By Court Orders
Three probation viohtors and one
deportee were sent to the Gamboa
penitentiary after appearances this
week at U.S. District Court, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal :
Alvin 'E. 'Spearing, convicted in
40,195 41 sunlit with a deadly
Ora lypot.4tpit, fon nd'i guilty. et ',vio ',violating
lating ',violating .terma vrobatiott. and
Ordered' to serve his six-month
Vittorio 'Rivera, convicted in
July 1957 of malicious damage to
a Canal Zone communications ca cable.
ble. cable. WaS also found guilty of pro probation
bation probation violation and ordered to
serve the 18-month sentence previ previoasly
oasly previoasly inrogaed.
Antonio Ilmenez 'was ordered to
serve a one year sentence for re returning
turning returning to the Canal Zone after de deportation.
portation. deportation. Clarence Best was sent to the
renitentiary for two years after be being
ing being found guilty on three senarate
charges. He was charged with (1)
returning to the Zone after proba probation:
tion: probation: (2) probation violation. and
returning after denortation; and
(3) probation violation and return returning
ing returning after deportation on a separate
On the first charge Best was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to one year. suspended, with
five years probation. On the sec second
ond second count his probation was revok revoked
ed revoked and he was ordered to serve the
prior sentence of two years, and
on the third count his probation
Two of Best's previous convic conviction
tion conviction were for burglary.
All four of the sentenced men
Leaves For Vigit
To Canada, US
LONDON, June 18 (LTDQueen
Elizabeth and the Duke of Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh took off today on their six-,
week royal visit to Canada. Their
Comet IV airliner lifted from Lon London
don London airport at 1:06 p.m.
The royal tour will include a
meeting with President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in ceremonies officially
opening the St. Lawrence Seaway
and a brief stop-off in Chicago.
As the royal party leff London,
it still was uncertain where its
members would land in Canada,
where fog was complicating plans.
A spokesman for British Over Overseas
seas Overseas Airways said "the most likely
landing spot at the moment" was
Argentia. Newfoundland about 80
miles from. the planned landing
spot at Torbay.
tremely active securities mar!
What he meant here, I deduced,
is that with all the money being
made in the market these days,
just about everybody is getting
in, and thit Inevitably a certain
number of 'crooks are standing
ready to fleece'anybody they can.
Already theta have been some
complaints, and Gadsby said his
helpers can't always take the
steps that are needed.
For example, one registered in
vestment adviser said cross his
heart he hadn't done anything
wrong. But when the SEC men
asked tor his books so they could
GENEVA, June 18 (UPI) Russia asked today for
another 24 hours delay before giving its answer to ths
western showdown plan on Berlin.
The request for postponement of this afternoon's se.
cret Big Four session was made by Soviet Foreign Min Minister'Andrei
ister'Andrei Minister'Andrei Gromiko during a private lunch with British
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd.
Lloycl conferred by telephone with Secretary of State.
Chrktian Herter and French Foreign Minister Maurice'
Couve de Murville.
They agreed to give the Russians another day to
frame an answer and indicate whether the Geneva MI..
ference is to fold Up in failure after six weeks of hag haggling,
gling, haggling, or whether it can agree on a Berlin formula that
may pave the way to a summit parley.
The critical stage of the con-1
fereine was underscored with an
American announcement that Her Herter's
ter's Herter's private plani,thed arrived
in Geneva this afternoon at his
request to be "in readiness for
A spokesman added that "no
inference" should be drawn from
its arrival, since the western pow powers
ers powers still were awaiting Russia's
reaction to their final Berlin
Gramyko'splea,,for another 24
Mutt nrstUdy'lifitha-ivestont for formula
mula formula ihowed 'the Ruisians ,wer!'
giving it majcir consideratiOn:,
Russian and othor Communisf
gross organs appeared to bo
wasting the atmosphoro for at
least partial Russian accoptanco
of ths wostern idoas.
Hopes for salvaging the confer conference,
ence, conference, ending' the Berlin crisis
and reaching agreement on a
summit conference lay in these
points of the package plan:
The Big Four ministers have
examined the Berlin crisis in the
hopes of finding mutually satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory solutions. They recognize
that some changes can be made
in existing agreements.
Control procedures involving
traffic in the 110-mile corridor to
West Berlin may be carried out
by Germans, so long as there is
not prejudice to current four fourpower
power fourpower responsibilities. East Ger Germany
many Germany was not specified.
Western forces in Berlin
would continue to be armed only
with conventional weapons, not
The Western garrisons in West
Berlin would be limited to the
Early Morning Fire
Damages Sosa Hill
Rock Quart, Framing
An undetermined amount of
damage was caused at the Sosa
Hill rock quarry early this morning
by fire which broke out about 3.
The fire involved the quarry
framingthe columns and beams
which hold the wooden deck over
the crusher properand the mo motors
tors motors on the rock crusher.
Three engine companies from the
fire division on the Pacific side
were called out to fight the blaze.
The 75-foot aerial ladder from the
Balboa Central station was used as
a water tower.
Fire Chief William Dolan and
Capt. Pere Graham, assistant to
the chief for the Balboa District,
also sttended the fire, which was
finally extinguished at 6:30 a.m.
An investigation into the cause
of the fire and thy extent of the
damage is now being made.
Go On Forever
see for themselves, he didn't have'
any. Eventually, his clients lost'
Under one of the many amend
ments sought by SEC, people like
that would have to keep books.
and also let SEC see them.
Neither Williams nor Sen. Pres Prescott
cott Prescott Bush (R-Conn.), the other
senator present, asked Gadsby for
advice on the market. I guess
they knew he wouldn't supply it.
However, there's one additional
told law I vvish they had asked
him about. This one says what
ever goes up must come down.. If
that's been repealed, I'd sure bite
to know it
CANAD IAN II I SKY
71oleorattde tatee ate61
INTiv : .!
present 11,000 man complement
with the possibility of reducing
their size if circumstances per?-
A four power COMMiShiOn
would be established te settle all
disputes about access to West
Berlin. German experts would be
consulted. This would allow East EastGermany
Germany EastGermany to participate,
Measure should be taken to'
avoid such disruptive letilrititolt
as propaganda and subversion in
both Pat and Wad Bodin.
, Each point wag mad sr air ati
,swer to a specific Russian oil.
Al Record High,
Claims US Govf.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Individ Individutl
utl Individutl incomes rose to a record
high in May, the government re reported
ported reported today. It was the fifth
consecutive month that a new n ncord
cord ncord has been set.
Commerce Secretary Lewis L.
Strauss hailed the advance as aft
indication "that the economy is in
new high ground above prev previous
ious previous peaks.
Personal income in May vial
three billion dollars higher than
during the preceding month. Fig Figuring
uring Figuring in seasonal variations, the
total for the month would give an
annual total of $376,200,000,000. 4
This was 7 per cent higher (hap
a year earlier, a gain Strauss
called "real" because of milt
negligible changes in consum consumer
er consumer prices.
"This high level of purchasing
power is a basis for the busines$
confidence so generally evident
and for the strong hope for fur further
ther further increases in employment?
'rbe major portion of the May
rise in incomes was in wages and
salaries which rose S2,400,000.000
from April. Payroll advances, cen centered
tered centered in manufacturing, with the
biggest gains in durable goods in industries,
dustries, industries, especially metals and
Whips Info Miami;
MIAMI. June 18 (UPI) A tor tornado
nado tornado whin-lashed in from the At- tl
lantic ocean last night and earved
a path of wreckage through hea heavilypopulated
vilypopulated heavilypopulated areas of Mond.
One person was critically intured
The weather bureau warnkt
that east central Florida might
be hit by other tornadoes during 4
the morning. Unconfirmed report.
said Jupiter Island, a million millionaires'
aires' millionaires' resort, was hit by a small
tornado during the night.
At least 100 persons were fn. t
lured by last night's twister which ;
demolished several homes valued
at uo to $40,000 each. Most of the
injuries were from flying Vase.'
But one man who was found
bleeding on the street by a pat&
ing motorist was in critical eon.
Hospitals and hastily set 1110
first aid stations treated the in. I
it was the first instance in MO& -I
ern times where Miami setae
of many a devastating hurricane
had been struck by a tornadot,'..'
But the first aid tactics develop .4
ed for the hurricane season. I
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: The Mail Box being the true pulse of the people brings many
interesting points to the limelight. The most recent being the
comPlc-ints of Army wives against Canal Zone wives for trespass trespasstil;
til; trespasstil; in the Army Sales Stores. Actually they are not to blame for
e deavcring to purchase food for their families 10 to 20 percent
trnder CorniLissarv prices and instead of inferior unknown brands,
12ie best, fo; their husbands also work for Uncle Sam. Why such
difference in prices when both are U.S. government outlets?
The 9.11.,wer is simple.
Each Carla! Zone family must be penalized financially so that
the Pantima Line and trie Par lanl Railroad can be maintained.
thierior brand WA products are purchased in New York, the
higheyA such. market in the United States to provide cargo at
regular ccrilmercial rates for the Panama Line and also to pro
Ode revenue for the Railroad from Cristbal to Balboa. The Army
on the other hand purchases at the cheapest sources in the Unit United
ed United States, ships at low government rates and delivers cargo ef efficiently
ficiently efficiently and economically to their Pacific side warehouses and
It is amazing that the supposedly active civic councils are so
hoodwinked by the glitter of the flash bulbs that they don't get
Out their pencils and do a little figuring. Maybe they haven't the
courage and are worried about possible repercussions from the
aristocracy on the Hill. The answer to high living costs is as sim simple
ple simple as adding 2 and 2. Spelling it out, Panam Line plus Pella!
Railroad equal high commissary prices.
How about trying to improve the low employe morales through
their stomachs and pocketbooks instead of sacking their pay.
checks to maintain the highly unprofitable Panama Line and
PA A I L
AIENIO TO CIVIC COUNCILS
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In Cristbal a captain named Blank
Grounded his tugboat on a bank
Said he with a sigh
That in days gone by
As a would-be pilot I stank.
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MERCY FOR RAPISTS
' tfitislitY, the home of the brave and land of the free, the A American
merican American heritage, liberty, freedom of speeen and action, what are
these in the United States of America? ENeryclay they are preach preached
ed preached by the U.S. citizens in the hewspaPers, on the radios, etc.,
and yet, why segregation, color bars, racial fights? These sound
stupid, don't they?
The U.S. government extends itself to many countries try trying
ing trying to show the peoples of these countries how to live, how to
win friends, how to infillenCe others, but do tiv, US. citizens know
how live at home? Can you show another how to operate his busi business
ness business or' run his home, when openly you cannot run yours? No,
it is impossible., You must first put your ,pleCe. together, then
'rip others to straighten themselves out.
How can 12 sane men plead for mercy in the recent trial of
four whites accused and found guilty of raping a Negro school
girl? Is it fair and just to say that there was no brutality inflict inflicted
ed inflicted on this girl? No, the act in itself is brutal, and the fact that
four men. not one, were involved, among them a knife and a gun.
I am positive that any woman, Negro or white, found in a similar
situation would find it difficult to resist the desire of four savage.
sex crazy and illiterate armed men. Anyperson found guilty of
rape should serve his sentence in full, why should there be a plea
for mercy? That girl could be your daughter. or yours or even
mine. One of the guilty men mentioned that, the parties were
engaged in sexual intercourse when his group approached them.
I am not covering up for this, because I know things like that
happen. Just a few weeks ago a military police car was called
into Curundu to searchfor a prov,fler. there the MPs came upon
a young white girl of a respected family engaged in the act with
her boy friend in a car. Does any sensible person take advantage
of a situation like this? This answer is Ours.
Some months ago a Negro was sentenced to life after the
world had cried down the death penalty for swiping a white wom woman's
an's woman's purse containing less than 12. Compare the two OffenSeS.
why a plea for mercy for four illiterate. ignorant sex offenders?
So that they may receive a probation. or serve a short term then
strike again when they are released? The next maybe yours. Pro Protect
tect Protect her safety. God made man. and he made all men equal, re regardless
gardless regardless of race, color, or creed.
It was indeed a Measure having your kind attention, thank
you. trusting that what I have said Art 11 not be taken its an offense.
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Re spec tfully,
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The Guiding Light.
It's hot and if vou don't believe it the mercury hit 98 It 3
o'clock yesterday. Looks like it will do the same today.
The peonle are treating me fine and if there is anything I
like better than figs. it's more figs. Out next door neighbor left
for a vacation and turned over his fig tree to us, and it's turn turning
ing turning out Plenty. and then some. We had a fig tree when we came
here. But it died and I don't know why Frank didn't reniant it.
Yes. mv eyes are better from staving out of the light, with
the dark glasRes on. Can see across the street with them, with without
out without them. nothing.
The tornadoes are still with us, hopping all over the Once.
And if vou want, to know who is sure shot for the nresidencv,
Ott the Democratic ticket it looks like it is nobody but Michigan's
Another try next week
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By VICTOR RIESEL
Jim Hoffa came up like thun
der early last Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. He was tougher, harder, an angrier
grier angrier tnan he ever been and
scared in his fashion. Not fright frightened.
ened. frightened. Just scared that for tbe
first time there was a real
threat to his control of the
Somehow, while official Wash Washington
ington Washington slept, Jim Hoff& got word
that the land's second highest
bench the U.S. Court of Appeals
had ruled against him. News Newsmen,
men, Newsmen, wire services, even special
government lawyers didn't get
the decision for hours. But Jim Jimmie
mie Jimmie had it.
He hit the phones because be
knew that the Court of Appeals
now mad( it possible for Federal
Judge F. Dickinson Letts to rua
the Teamsters and to reniove
Hoff& from the presidency. Make
no mistake about that Hata o obeys
beys obeys Judge Letts br Hoffa will
be jailed ar ousted from the
Teamsters.presidency or both.
Hoffa knew even bolore 8 a.m.
that this was the effect of the
Appeals Court decision. Holfa hit
most of the 10 phones in his
Woodner Hotel three-room luxu luxury
ry luxury apartment. He called his law lawyers
yers lawyers and his top aides and told
them to prepare for a skull ses session
sion session in the Taj Mahal known as
Teamster general headquarters.
All across the country they pack packed
ed packed and waited.
Before he met with them, Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa had one trip to make. He
planned to fly in to Newark, N.
J., for a special meeting, of im importance
portance importance to him, his ego and his
alter ego. Harold Gibbons. Vi.as
this trip necessary?
To Hoffa it was. He had sum summoned
moned summoned scores of New Jersey
Teamster officials and ibeir
high-fashion, tailored retinues to
a conference recently in Wash Washington
ington Washington one of those breaktilst
sessions during which they
scrambled eggs and Congressmen
at the Congressional Hotel. Tl,e
morning came. So did New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Congressmen. They outnuin outnuinbered
bered outnuinbered the Jersey Teamsters who
did not come, except four four
of the boys.
Hoffa roared when he heard.
Ift sent word he'd come into
Newark on the night of June 10
He ordered all, paid officials to be
at the meeting with their
members to 'be whipped into
There have been other time
when the "loyal" rank-andfile
has not worn its affection for the
little boss on its sleeve.
But Jersey had always been one
of lioffiek, fortresses heavily
armored and all that. Its uncon unconcern
cern unconcern disturbed him at the very
moment when he was trying to
absorb the full meaning of the
90-page court decision.
For hours that morning before
he took off, his lawyers explain explained,
ed, explained, paragraph by paragraph. The
more they read, the more ap apparent
parent apparent it became that the real
power in the Teamsters for some
years would be aman, Judge F.
Dickinson Letts, who was on the
Federal bench at the very moment
not too far distant. The Judge,
had not gotten the decision un until
til until after Hoffa's people had it.
Judge Letts, who originally ap appointed
pointed appointed the monitors, began
studying the document about one
o'clock. He was not certain of
his full powers. But of the follow following
ing following he was sure:
He will remove tames Hoffa if
the Teamster's provisional pre
sident does itot -clean up the ele elements
ments elements which have been exposed
by the courts and, the McClellan
Committee as corrupt.
There will not 'be .8 national
Teamster convention until every
one of the 900-odct.locals have re
vised their bylaws and finan financial
cial financial practices to meet the strict strictest
est strictest ethical codes.
There will be Honest Ballot
Assn. elections of local union of officers
ficers officers everywhere.
This meads ,,that Hoffa's dos
est associates and most intimate
friends will have' to stand unior
trial and that most of them
may be ousted.
As Hoffa faced all this, he saw
red literally and figuratively.
This can cut deeply into the u union's
nion's union's massive treasury. Ho ila
will be expected by his colleagues
to appeal every decision' of Judge
If last year's legal fees ran close
to half a million dollars, such
appeals coud run tinto the mi milions
lions milions for there will have to be
hundreds such actions. And every
appeal will have to be made
under glass for all to see the re
For this, Hoffa, never a goue gouemet
met gouemet of any kind, has no stomach.
Small wonder he came up like
thunder in that homey Woodner
Hotel suite newest showplace of
TBA PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDDIT DAME NEWSPAPER
Hardly Feel the Waves---Yet
Creative artists are never non noncombatants.
combatants. noncombatants. They consttantly bat battle
tle battle to gain recognition or retain it.
In this history of warfare not ma many
ny many warriors have exceeded the
mititant zeal of dramatists defend defending'
ing' defending' their brainchchildren. Cur Currently.
rently. Currently. Noel Coward continues his
attacks against New York's re reviewers,
viewers, reviewers, while playwright John
Osborne hammers London critics.
It has been said that a critic is
alwaYO looldng ior a miracle
while refusing to be fooled by a
mirage. Equally accurate is an another
other another classic: "A good critie
should be like God. He should be
easy to please and hard to satis
The stagestruck are enchanted
by fiery fragments of stardust.
Not many hopefuls are aware
that stardom, is never At per permanent
manent permanent triumph. It is a victory
you must constantly fight to re retain.
tain. retain. And it is hard, hard work..
Discussing her latest, movie with
a Newsweek reporter, Suzy Park Parker
er Parker stated: "I don't want to make
a jackass of myself. So I'm
working like hell I play a smart smartaleck
aleck smartaleck girl .whO Pc an extrmist. 'a
nrrson who moves et breakneck
Ince. She's all for love. She raiser
her glass to men and says: "Bless
their cleancut faces and their dirty
The rewards of fame are fre freauently
auently freauently exceeded by its penalties.
The most stunning example of the
foregoing is currently being of offered
fered offered by Liberace. He Is suing
a London paner for libeland all
the leering details are being pub
Walter Winchell In Mew York
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fished. Ironically, the court case
is giving wider circulation to the
libels. Liberace deserves great
credit for fighting to clear his
name, even if the fight involves
wading through an ocean of mud.
As has often beep illustrated, the
spotlight warmsbut it also burns.
Mickey Rooney is as optimistic
as he is romantic. The yarns
about his fifth marriage carried
his fervent hope: "This one will
last." Moreover, he even offered
a cheery note about the economic
problems of shattered marriages.
"Five wives," the authority on
the subject declared, "are not real
ly very expensive. You know, all
those settlements are tax deduct deductible."
ible." deductible." It might startle the Tax
Dep't to learn it is playing Cupid Cupidin
in Cupidin reverseby paying for broken
made severalto Asia and the
11 1 R 1 S 1 Orient, two to Latin America
y r oneertetrEen.
tuandha v e g triscean:
V V that he would have to share the
moscow limelight, and even
;more important share the head headlines
lines headlines in American newspapers.
xelthser.e"e times as hard as
Nixon's mission to Moscow
has plenty of overtones of presi presiimportant.
important. presiimportant. Once upon a time, there was a dential politics, and headlines are
lantic City joynt who was having When the Vice President show showcomic
comic showcomic in a sm.all-time At Atdifficulty
difficulty Atdifficulty inaking ends meet. On ed visible irritation over sharing
the same bill Was a singer with the trip with Milton, a White
a similar problem. Thus was born Houss, emissm explained 'to him
the team of Martin and Lewis. that Ike felt Khrushchev would
Last week it was disclosed that talk more freely if he knew he
Jerry had signed a $10 million was also talking to the Presi Presicontract
contract Presicontract with a film studio. And dent's brother.
a mag reported that Dean will This only made Nixon madder.
earn over a million dollars this For the White House explanation
year. was a direct reflection on his
They now have gold and glorY own ability as a diplomat-reportbut
they -lost the firnedship that er. Furthermor.! it has become
money cannot buy. Was it a good known, contrary to earlier state statebargain?
bargain? statebargain? ments, that Milton will take the
entire trip with Nixonthmugh
The report that Betty Hutton Siberia and everywhere else.
will ignite the TV screen in a NoteTo White Hone, insiders.
new series next season represents this confirms the belief that The
gladsome tidings. Miss Hutton is is a long wav from giving his
a gifted performer. And she has blesainz to Niyon as the GOP
experienced the terror of challeng- candidate in 960.
ing:teevee. :After one of her TV
appearances lured unhappy no- IKE AND ADENAUER
What motivates Mickey was ex explained
plained explained by his plaintive confesT
sion: "Life is.; rnythm, and when
the pattern at home is right, every
thing else is right. If I'm alone,
I get lonely."
Audrey Hepburn, who is win winning
ning winning the hoorays of previewers for
her emoting in "The Nun's Storv."
rode a rocket to the stars. She
danced in the second chorus of
the London production of "High
Button Shoes" and had several
bit roles in British flickers. As a
result she won the starring role
in tho Broadway production of
"Gigi"although she had no pre previous
vious previous acting exnerience on the
stage. And a year later she was
a movie star.
Mel Ferrer (her groom) has
said: "Audrey has found tbe Po.
cret of being grestit is simply
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INITIAL RINGS, BIRTHSTONE RINGS
STERLING SILVER COMB & BRUSH SETS
CIGARETTE HOLDERS, CIGAR HOLDERS
ICE BUCKETS FOR HIS BAR,
CIGARETTE CASES FOR HIS DESK
Once upon a time, there was a
young comic in a small-time At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City joynt who was having
difficulty inaking ends meet. On
the same bill was a singer with
a similar problem. Thus was born
the team of Martin and Lewis.
Last week it was disclosed that
Jerry had signed a $10 million
contract with a film studio. And
a mag reported that Dean will
earn over a million dollars this
They now have gold and glory
but they -lost the firnedship that
money cannot buy. Was it a good
The report that Betty Hutton
will ignite the TV screen in a
new series next season represents
gladsome tidings. Miss Hutton is
a gifted performer. And she has
experienced the terror of challeng challenging:teevee.
ing:teevee. challenging:teevee. :After one of her TV
appearances lured unhappy no notices,
tices, notices, Miss Hutton confessed:
"When I read those New York re reviews,
views, reviews, I was sick. really sick. I
had to stay locked in at home
crying for 24 hours."
The sole note of optimism in
the Geneva gabfest is the fact
that while diplomats talksoldiers
don't figh t. Diplomatic con conferences
ferences conferences are terrible ordeals for
all concerned. It once took
Bunche several weeks just
to arrange a meeting between Is Israel
rael Israel and Arai) leaders. And it re required
quired required many days before Bunche
convinced Arab leaders to shake
hands with Israel's represent representatives.
atives. representatives. His secret is to "keen 'em
talking." He once kepi negotia negotiations
tions negotiations going for 3$ straight hours
until the exhausted delegates com comprised
prised comprised and reached an agreement.
Outstanding newspapermen are
generally dedicated pebole. They
love their jobs. 'And their greatest
reward is the knowledge of a job
well done. .Read Pugh Baillie's
autobiog. "Hieh Tension." and see
what we mean. The veteran reporter-editor
express his devotion
to the craft with tlie following: "To
me, freedom of information is the
greatest modern cause for which
a man can fight. I've never for
a moment regretted that I gave
my life's work to this fight."
Colyumist Raymond Moley re relayed
layed relayed Bernard Baruch's story
designed to comfort those who
fear the future: A man was con condemned
demned condemned to die by a king. The
wretch proposed and the king
agreed to call off the execulon
if, within a year. ht was able to
teach the king's horse to fly. A
friend said to the man that he had
merely postponed the inevitable.
The answer was that the chances
were four-to-one ir tis favor: The
king might die. The man. might
die. The horse might die. And he
might teach the horse to fly.
Neither Wall Street. Washington
tondon or Paris provided the
week's top monetary news. Many
dailies front-paged the following
'inancial akewn: .Elvis Presley,
was promoted from private first
class to spegialist fotirth class. As
a result, he received a $101.93 raise
and his Monthly military pay is
Don't worry about Elvis. folks.
While in the serviee he P Pin Pining
ing Pining more than a nlatoon of Gen Genevils.
evils. Genevils. The loot from his record
sales exceeds St million per annum.
John Wayne, who star in th
uocominr "The Hortt Soldiers"
movie. always ulavs John wane.
Tte skip' the tricktt. the Method.
th analytic lie Just actsand
hag become the momt succocfni
ttollywood actor. ,Bift eerier' fit
odmplicity. Ask him for his secret
gnd he.saus: "Everybody loves a
Incidentally. Hero Wayne has
confessed in interviews tl-at he is
"afraid of ',omen". un,
doubtedly proves that he's a mai.
1 "This is a
great day for
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said to have
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THIMSDAY, IIINE 11, 1152
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WASHINGTON A frandstand an uneasy tru
play Is pm. It teaniswrs on we worn tnat
Senate sitnese stand .i.lune 15) down in six m
was nippea by Sea. John AlcCiel- Ernaro.. When
tan, Arkansas Democrat, and theUnited St
iSen.' Barry Goldwater- Ar zona ry hritated tri
Republican. seat in Geri
'move was planned, by ea- strongly sufpi
ger-beaver Bob Kennedy, Yotmger given the rum
brother of Sen. Jack Kenneoy of top and that tl
Massachusetts, as a final, flare that Ike was o
before he resigns to manage his merely diplom
brother's campaign for president.
Bob Kennedy has been. counsel STRA
for the Senate Rackets Investigat- ANTI-9
Kennedy had issued fubpoenas Many Jewisi
for the 169 teamsters, most of cerned over tt
whom had already testified. They Jews to make
included some of tie top officials Strauu appeal
in the union, aid young Kennedy ti Semitism.
planned to give them a public lec- Jews are gal
ture which would bring big head of what he clic
However. when McClelland and attempt to pu
Goldwater got wind of the plan a religious bas
they quietly applied the veto. As fire against a
of this writing all but ,40 of the Two promim
stkpoenas have been withdrawn. Ernest Grocni
and the remainder are the the Dick Neuberg
process of being withdrawn on dentally, plat
the ground that Senator McClel- Strauss.--
lan is illwhich has been the Sgnificantly,
case. gist' gone out
NIXON VS. MILTON
Vice President Nixon was real really
ly really fit to be tied when the White
House announced that the Presi President's
dent's President's brother Milton would ac accompany
company accompany Nixon to Moscow.
The Vice President considers
himself quite an old hand at good goodwill
will goodwill missions abroad. He has
Though the United States
nrides itself on keepin out of
European domestic politics, the
White House. by aceident or oth otherwise,
erwise, otherwise, was embroiled in the
Grrtnan political feud up to its
Tnsido faet about the Adenauer AdenauerErhard
Erhard AdenauerErhard battle was that the nudev
Gernr,n Chpncellor had sus susfleeted
fleeted susfleeted some weeks Poo that the
Eisenhower adiniatration Was a against
gainst against him. So riaht in the
of the heti for German lead leadershin
ershin leadershin he made a medal trip to
Waghineton to fin4 out,
In various conferenees at the
qtate neDirtMPI14 awl the White
Rouse be inouired whether it was
lrue. as reported. that Proa;dont
Eisenhower was onoosed to his
1.comh, flt chaneellor of Germon,,.
Naturally he got emphatic de denials.
nials. denials. But right in the middle of his
inouiries. Erhard's worst fears
were realized Adeanuer. back in
Bonn. annoureed that he would
continue as Chancellor.
The Vice Chan-ellor has now
patched up his differences with
the 83-year-uld chancellor, but it's
ISt. Patrick's Day
6 Coin of the
20 Made by
21 Take Into
an uneasy- truce.' And the, Inside
worn tnat Adenauer wilt step
down in six months in ,avor of
Ernara.. When that time comes,
theUnited States will have a ve very
ry very itritated friend in the -driver's
seat in Germany. For-Erhard
strongly aufpects that he was
given the runaround in Washing.
top and that the emphatic-denials
that Ike was opposed to him 'were
merely diplomatic denials.
Many Jewish leaders are con concerned
cerned concerned over the attempt of sort2e
Jews to make the fight agamst
Stiauss appear motivated by an anti
ti anti Semitism. They are fearful
Jews are Against Strauss in view
of what he did to Dr. Robert Op Oppenheimer;
penheimer; Oppenheimer; second, because any
attempt to pZit Senate voting an
a religious basis is bound to back backfire
fire backfire against a minority group.
Two prominent Jewish Senators,
Ernest Groening of Alaska and
Dick Neuberger of Oregon, inci incidentally,
dentally, incidentally, plan to vote against
Sgnificantly, Jewish groups have
also gone out of their way to ex express
press express confidence in Sen. G a I e
McGee of Wyoming, the member
of the Senate Commerce Commit Committee
tee Committee who attended every single
one of the Strauss hearings
and has been most vigorous in
his opposition to the Secretary of
Recently McGee was invited to
speak before tht. United Jewish
Appeal in Chicago at the Twin
Orchard Country Club. Coincident Coincidentally.
ally. Coincidentally. the chairman of the meeting
who introduced the opponent ut
Strauss with words of tribute
was Charles Strauss. No relation.
(Prisontod by tins Department
of Christian Educaticm of tho
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
TOOLS TURNED TYRANTS
"Shall the axci vaunt itself
oval. him who hews with it.
at if a rod should Wiled him who
Put Russia for Assyria 1 and the
oracle sounds like a eolumn from
the New York Times. Do wo
have the insight to read Ameri America
ca America for Assyria and to ask our,
selVes 'Whether we, too, have not
assumed the' tyrarit's role? Go0
may have destined usr a nation IS
be the instrunient of His'righteous His'righteousness.
ness. His'righteousness. Have we exceeded the com commission?
mission? commission? God is a being of mercy
as well as rigid Justice.
The Assyrian Idng sounds like
our "self.made man" as he plans
to ride roughshod over anyone
who still stands in his way. Isaiah
reminds us all that man is merely
the tool. God is the master work workman.
man. workman. A whimsical story appeared
in one of our magazines, of gadg gadgets
ets gadgets that had developed a will of
their own and were sabotaging
man. Yet this is the fantasy in
which we all live. We are axes and
saws rebelling against Hini who
made na. Even worse we are rods
and staffs which would use and
manipulate our Fashioner. This
is the sin of idolatry which would
turn the universe upside down.
GRUMMAN GETS CONTRACT
BETHPAGE, N. Y. (UPI)
Grumman Aircraft Engineering
Corp. announced it has been
awarded a $24,000 study contract
by the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration to deter determine
mine determine thi type of equipment need needed
ed needed for search and recovery op
erations for Project Mercury.
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June 18, 195a.
THVIISDAY,'IrNIC 18, 1959
CIARLESTON, M. (IIPI)
ft-convict Kenneth Adldns sur surrendered
rendered surrendered meeldy yesterday at
the, besieged home where he had
kept his half-sister captive at
gun point for almost 16 hours.
Scores of lawmen surrotmding
the home then discovered that Alm
diatraught farm laborer had held
them off with an empty rifie and
-Adkins,' 22, aPParently fired his
only bullet. by accident .as he
waited in the darkened, stucco
bungalow where be held his half
Sister, 'Mrs. Nyra Kennedy, 34,
hostage. No other bullets were
found In the guns. or house.
Adkins apparently hoped to
trade Mrst. Kennedy's safety for a
Ounce to. kill. a Charleston po policeman,
liceman, policeman, Capt.' Logan Cox.'
- stubbly-faced gunman also
boasted he 'had raped his half
sister, the mother of five chil children.
dren. children. In a scribbled message thrown
from tbe bungalow, Adkins said:
"I, Kenneth Eugene Adkins. 22
years of age and of sound mind.
willfully. and did by force my
half Alger Nyrs Kennedy to bring
ine to Charleston and, did !willfullv
and of smind mind force )111Y, bait
sister Nyro to Aubmit sexual
relations and. will shoot ,inyeile
who tries to. anprehend Me and
after I have got Cox. I will shoot
Mrs.. Kennedy, her fate drawn
and pale, refused to say after
her release whetber she, had. been
Ire& -She ,also would not say
. hether she wanted Adkins pros prosecuted
ecuted prosecuted on a kidnaping warrant
wont out by her husband, farm
taborer Virgil Kennedy, In neigh neighboring
boring neighboring Edgar County.
Adkins, clad In dirty clothes,
wearing a green baseball hat,
arid with a four-das'- growth of
beard on hts -was taken
from charleston 'to Paris,
the Edgar County seat 35 miles
away, to face the kidnaping
Adkins apparently decided to
give up when lawmen called hit;
Throughout the night and Into
the,,day, more than 30 policemen.
deputies and state troopers. had
ringed the house. They were
armed with riot guns and tear
gas. 'But they didn't move In for
fear that' Adkins, wctuld harm
'rime atter time, Adkins spoke
through the front door with po polleemen,
lleemen, polleemen, a clergyman, his mother.
and newsmen.. Including United
Press International reporter Mort
"All I want Is Cox," Adkins
told: Sullivan from behind a dark darkened
ened darkened meet .door. "I'll give Nyra
the rest of the bullets, lust take
One for myself, and meet Cox on
the street. That's all I want to
General Says US.
Hai Gases Thal Can
Kinn 30 Seconds
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen beard today about mili military
tary military gases that could leave their
victims dancing a happy jig or
kill them in 30 seconds.
Gen. William Creasy, former
bead of the 'Army Chemical
Corps, testified that biological or
psychochemical warfare could be
waged with' "devastating force"
with ..gases the enemy "couldn't
see, smell er feel."
Members -of the house Spero
Committee' sat intently, quiet as
Creasy told ,, them ', pshochemi pshochemicats
cats pshochemicats could "set you congressmen
dancing on the desks or shouting
Communist speeches,":or kill al almost
most almost instantly.
Creasy, who retired eight
months ago, criticited the nation national
al national policy of "saying we won't
strike bark unless attacked." He
advecated policy announcing
the U.S. "has these weapons and
intends to use thm" in event of
He testified that nerve gases
already being produced 'can
cover fantastically greater- areas
than our present 'atomic explo explosive
sive explosive 'powers." L 0,
The same holds true, he Old,
for biochemicals utilizing micro microorganisms
organisms microorganisms that can make their
victims merely sick 'or' con concentrated
centrated concentrated in fatal doses for germ
) "I assume the Russians knost
what we know," Creasy added,
vw"Therefore, the onlY ones we are
olding this from aro the Amer!.
ean public." )
IN PAY ,Wearing new rating badges after promotioM)
, by the Navy yesterday are (from left) PO2 Richard M. Jet Jet.
. Jet. fries, William E. Thomas, and William A. Henke, POI Anthony
Trezza, and POS Vernon V, Swiatlowski. Me five men are areattached
attached areattached to Pacific side Navy commands of the 15th Naval
His Bluff Called By Police,
Ex-Con Gives Up Gun Fight
But Adkins had no bullets to
use in a ehowdown ,with Cox.
And the policeman was ordered
by his superiors to stay at the
SAN DIEGO Calif., S' vice
President Richard M. Nbton, say saying
ing saying that blame will fall to the
Russians if the Geneva foreign
ministers conference fails:
"The intransigent and stubborn
position displayed by Mr. Gromy Gromyko
ko Gromyko and Mr. Ithrushchev endan endangering
gering endangering chances for Summit con conference.
ference. conference. If the conference at Ge Geneva
neva Geneva fails the whole world will
know that the sole cost will rest
with the Russians."
CHICAGO David Pickles
Nesius, 14, alter signing a confes confession
sion confession that he smashed his' moth mother's
er's mother's head with a tomahawk and
then strangled her with one of her
"There are a lot of things I
'don't want to remember."
WASHINGTONGen. Mark W.
Clark, agreeing with British Field
Marshal Viscount Montgomery.'s
belief that the World War II in invason
vason invason of eouthern France left- the
Balkans prey to Soviet troops.:
"I have always felt that the
iveakening of the Italian eam eampailful
pailful eampailful in order to invade louthem
France,' instead of pushing on
north in Italy and then into the
Irate Citizens Of Gary,,,Ind:,Give
Officials Ultimatum To Ease'
GARY, nd. (UPI) A mass
meeting of Gray citizens, angered
by Senate Racket; Committee
revelations of vice and corrup corrupton,
ton, corrupton, last night gave officials
two weeks to clean up this lusty
The standing-room-only crowd
of irate citizens served an ulti ultimatum
matum ultimatum on' Lake Count" Prosecu Prosecutor
tor Prosecutor Floyd Vanes that they would
petition for his resignation unless
he produced a "noticeable im improvement"
provement" improvement" within two weeks.
An estimated 600 persons shout shouted
ed shouted approval of the ultimatum at
the mass meeting called by the
Gary Crime Comimission and the
Gary Women's Citizen's Commit CommitThey
They CommitThey acted after Cornelius Ver Verplank,
plank, Verplank, crime commission chair chairman,
man, chairman, charged that the "entire
stuation in Lake County is rotten
and an absolute- Mese."
State P e e Superintendent
Herod Zeig called kor good law
enforvernent and strong,, prosecu
tion and pledged all help possible
to "root out:.vite ,and gambling."
The MOSS meeting 'resolved to
Great Moral Ponly;-,
01 Ruislati Peoriot
PARIS (T,TP1)4m' erica, -even.
gelid Billy Grattan said yester yesterdal
dal yesterdal On his 'arrival from Russia
he ietmd a' grearsmoral -purity"
among the people,of Moscow; as
well as a "great spiritual bungee'
for God despite the official athe
ism of the country,
1The Montreat,, N. C., preacher,
who spent five days, in the Suviet
capital, compared what ,,he saw
there with the downtown parks in
London which he charged, last
week were used lot necking and
"In the Moscow parks, I saw
thousands of young people but I
did not see a singie couple
locked in an embrace." be said.
:"I hate communism," Graham
said. "But I love the. RUPS1111
people and the moral purity I
found among the Muscovites."
Graham said he became aware
of a great spiritual need IMMIX
"I was told by loed TelittIOUS
If dell that there is a real re
ligious revival and a marked d
doe of atheism in the Soviet
'Onion," he saki,
"I was not surprised to hear
that, since I could read on the
faces of the people a great quirit
ual hunger and some sort in insecurity
security insecurity that only God can solve".
Graham SOIN't the crosses and re retgious
tgious retgious paintings, Pf the cathedral
museums in the Kremlin Ind be
Gttended a Sunday service in
Moitcow's only Baptist church
"Yesterday he paid, "I kneel kneeled
ed kneeled in the enin Stadium. where
100,000 people can be comforta comfortably
bly comfortably accommodated. I asked God
that one day it will be filed with
people listening to the Gospel".
Graham has Indicated he would
like to hold a "C rusade for
Christ" in the Soviet Union nro nrovided
vided nrovided he could have translators
and good advance publicity to at attract
tract attract audiences.
It was obvious that the Soviet
capital had 'made a deep impres impression
sion impression on the 40-year-old evangel evangelist.
ist. evangelist. He said that when' he vilited
the Lenin-Stalin mausoleum he
could not help remarking to the
Russiang who accompanied thim:
"No matter how powerful a
man may become there comes a
time when that man must die
The Russians offered no reply,
Balkans, was one of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding political mistakes cd the war."
GALVESTON, Tex. District
Judge L. D. Godard, announcing
to defense lawyers that he has
decided to put off until next
Monday a ruling on the plea of
Gov. Earl Long et Louisiana for
a 'judicial order releasing Aim
from Texas mental
"I believe in all fairness that
need a little. time to study the
authorities cited, I am sorry I i
cannot give you decision Immodiately."
petition the Indiana Supreme
Court to investigate the fitness of
former Deputy Prosecutor Metro
Bolovachka to practice law in In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. Holovachka. who was IMIced by
rackets investigators to rice and
gambling in the populous area at
the foot of Lake Michigan, re reStmday,
Stmday, reStmday, chargi,ng that he
was the innocent victim of a
"conspiracy", by the Women's Cit
immix frOmmittee, the-, Senate
Rackets Committee imd the Gary
Verplank told the aroused cid cidsena
sena cidsena that Holovachka's refusal to
reveal to the rackets committee
the source of $327,724 in in
come during the years 19511258
"amounts to admission of guilt."
Holovachka told a TV audience
Sunday that the huge sum found
in his checking accounts was a
special trustee account in which
he 'deposited clients' money while
awaiting completion of real estate
transactions. He denied ever tak
ing money-, from any improper
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ay- the Navy yesterday ore (from left) PO2 Richard M. Jet- ...4..;K::?&:::,,,,,,::,:i.:: : :: ,, ,,,,,,
people and the moral pity, I Fiii,:,:ivo,:.,,i:,, .......,
'fries, William E.. Thomas, and.Villiam. A. Henke, PO1. Anthony. found among the Muscov tea.' gum ,,n:. 7 -.,:,:,:,,,mii....x:.,,,,-.,-
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: attached to Pacific ,side Navy commands of the 15th Naval -9
tn a great spiritual need among peliiamle.,,....',,,i,..,
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wu recently presented villit a cash award for three. swzgestions 1, 3D61 MathrZA A 04
Ex. -Csn Gives 'Up Gun' Fight', "I was not' ,' 'surprised' to hear
, that, since I could read on the he made during the past few monthe. Lt. Col. Richard W. Dow-
. , faces of the people a, great quirit - ';-','
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- ual hunger and some sort 1 in. oll, Signal officer, IISARCARIB, made the presentation to Mc. June 18, 195a.
CHARLESTON, .M. (UPI) But Adkins had no bullets to security that only God can solve.
Intire wlip hu worked with.- various of the several sections of
Ex-convict Kenneth Adkins our. Use in a slowdown ;with Cox. Graham saiv the crosses and re- ro The Mothers of the Canal Zone and Panama.
the Signal Section during the past 12 years. During this time
rendered meekly yesterday at And the policeman. was ordered tgious paintings, 'of the cathedral
c0 The Panama American
the besieged home where he had by his superiors to stay at the museums in the Kremlin end be ,, ..
kept his half-sister captive at police 'tenon. attended a Sunday s e r y I c 0 in he hu been presented with 12 different eash awards for mutt- Panama, R. of P.
gun point. for almoot 16 hours. litocow's only Baptist ehureh
estions he made in sonjunction with safety and efficiency.
Scores of lawmen surrounding "Yesterday he paid, ,"I imeel- g
the home then -discovered that ,the ed in the enin Stadium. where .,
diatraught farm -laborer had held uote Unquo
'te 1"'s." people eau be comforts- (Army Photo) t)ear Mother: .., -1
them off with an empty rine and bly atcommodated... I waked -God --i, :, )
shotgun., that one- day it will be filed with Every mother has a child and every child has a father and every P'
-Adkins,' 22, aPoarently fired his people listening to the.-Cospel". . father hopes for a pleasant surprise on the 21st (Fathers Day). 6 I
only bullet. by accident .as he SAN DIEGO Calif., S' vice Graham has Indicated he would
You are probably thinking "Ile has everything I can afford. 111 4' l'
waited in the darkened, stucco President -Richard M. Nixon, gay- hhe to hold a "C r u s a d'e for
bungalow where he held his half ing that blame will fall to the Christ" in the Soviet 'Union pro. 0 6'1- 6
qt,07.P 6 A go down town on the ,20th and get him "a little something."
doletav Mrs TOtrre Tronriorly litt. RUSSians if the Geneva foreism vided he could have translators "WK. .t7N , I
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TETIRSDAY 41:TN -111511!'i
TVS 'Oka AutrzicAx INDEPIVD12111 DALL 12WINIZEI
oda( and Utherwl. e ear 134,
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CSTHMIAN CLAIMS MISS CAROLE HUTCHINSON
AS BRIDE IN STILLWATER, OKLA., NUPTIALS
Wedding pledges were exchanged by Miss Carole Simone
itutchinson and John Norman Albright in an afternoon cere cereloony
loony cereloony at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Stillwater Okla. Rev.
Wayne Metz, rector, officiated at the ceremony, and' traditional
Auptial music was presented by Mrs. Hazel Hartley, organist, of
the music department of Oklahoma State University.
cGiven ln marriage by her fa- served as worthy advisor of the
Oper, the bride wore a white local chapter of Rainbow Girls.
gen sheath dress and a white She is a senior student in the
lice hat. She carried a bouquet Arts and Sciences Department of
If white daisies. Her only 'Alen- Oklahoma State University and
dant was her sister, Linda Hut- a member of the Canterbury
Wilson, who wore an ivory-beige Club.
'heath dress with a pink hat,
The bridegroom is the son of
and carried a bouquet of pink
Mrs. Jessie Albright of Mt. Ra Radaisies.
daisies. Radaisies. Martin Wilson of Stillwa t e r nier, Md., and Arthur A. Alb Albright
right Albright of Gatun. He is now in post postServed
Served postServed as best man.
Following the ceremony a re. graduate work in history at
Oklahoma State. He was graduat graduatOption
Option graduatOption was held in the church
ed from Cristobal High School
parlors, with Mrs. Martin Wilson,
and is a past maker councilor of
31rs. Grace Mason of Stillawater
end Miss Pamela Miller of Odle- the Atlantic chapter of the Order
koma City assisting.
After a short wedding trip, the
newlyweds have established their
home at 412 South Walnut St.,
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hutchison of
Rams& Od la., where she was
graduated from high school and
No more boiling,
no mom gtirring
4 Sta ll,ms
This Week's Special
from 1A9 to 198
served as worthy advisor of the
local chapter of Rainbow Girls.
She is a senior student in the
Arts and Sciences Department of
Oklahoma State University and
a member of the Canterbury
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Jessie Albright of Mt. Ra Ranier,
nier, Ranier, Md., and Arthur A. Alb Albright
right Albright of Gatun. He is now in post postgraduate
graduate postgraduate work in history at
Oklahoma State. He was graduat graduated
ed graduated from Cristobal High School
and is a past master councilor of
the Atlantic chapter of the Order
Hare For Vacation
Miss Becky Esser, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Esser of Ancon,
has returned to the Isthmus
to spend her summer vacation.
She is a junior student at Mount
Holyoke College, South Hadley,
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Church School Has
Open House Friday
Pupils and staff members ot the
Balboa Union Church's vacation
school ue planning an open douse
Friday evening at 6:30 to de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate some of the activities
during the two-week school.
Parents and triends are invited
Mrs. Small, Mrs. O'Neill
Feted At Farewell Lunch
The patio of the Tarpon Club
was the scene ot a farewell mot:A mot:Aeon
eon mot:Aeon Tuesday honoring Mrs. Lou
Small and Mrs. Gertrude O'Neil.
who are soon to leave for the
Stuffed corbina and French
fried shrimp, specialities of ot the
Tarpon Club kitchen, were fea featured
tured featured on the Menu. Sirs. Evelyn
Dickson played appropriate piano
music as the honored g u ests
reminisced on their life on the
Attending the affair were Mrs.
Stella Angeles, Mrs. Judy Chung,
Mrs. Evelyn Dickson, Mrs. Mary
Jo Edgar, Mrs. Anne Eter, Mrs.
Kay Klontz, Mrs. Jinx Lant, Mrs.
Althea Lester, Mrs. Nora Odom,
Mrs. Helen Parsons, Mrs. Betty
Peak, Mrs. Shirley Reid and
Mrs. Betty Swaney, all of Fort
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RP Club Nacional
To Install New
The Club Nacional C. S. C., Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's national club for barten bartenders,
ders, bartenders, waiters and cooks, will ins install
tall install new officers at a meeting
Monday at 11:30 p.m.
Arthur Yearwood will be in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated as new president. The
new vice-president will be Al Alfred
fred Alfred Granger.
Other officers to be installed
aro Frank Williams, secretary;
Gaspar Williams, assistant secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Rudolph Bryan, treasurer;
Harold Wade. 'business manager;
and Herbert Moore, chaplain.
Elected as trustees were Lester
Williams and Ambrose Johnson.
The meeting, to b held at -.he
Bartenders Club on the cor corner
ner corner of J Street and Central
Ave., will be. Mowed by, a bd bd.
. bd. fet.
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
One of our favorite nieces
married a tall fair boy named
Hja !mar Syversen. His father was
born in Norway and young
Hjalmar's aunt, Dagny Syversen,
is now here visiting him. From
Aunt Dagny, for years an inter interpreter
preter interpreter with the American Embas Embassy
sy Embassy in Oslo, we learned about
good things they serve back in
the land of the fiords.
Koldtbord (cold table), fits Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly into our American way of
entertaining. There is no limit to
the kinds of meat, fish, poultry,
cheese, vegetables and fruit that
can be used on the koldtbord.
However, never repeat In the 1
courses that may follow any of
the foods used in the kildtbord.
Here's one suggestion for a ty tynical
nical tynical ko.dtbord. In the center of a
large platter place a mound of
potato salad on a cluster of crisp
lettuce. Darnish with sweet
gherkins and a radish rosette.
Around the salad arrange ham
curls, mounds of radish rosettes,
sliced liverwurst, sliced salami,
two opened cans of Norway sar sardines,
dines, sardines, black olives and stuffed
Stuffatl Eggs Olaf
Six hard-cooked eggs, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon mavonnaise, piccalilli (or
India relish). salt and pepper to
taste, pimento strips.
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PLENTY of eyeand tasteappeal this Norwegian koldtborL
1 Cold buffet platter combines meat, sardine& other geed thing&
Bard cook the eggs; cool in gold
'water, then remove shells and
cut eggs in half lengthwise.
Scoop out the yolks. Combine
yolks, piccalilli and mayonnaise
until well blended. Season to
taste. Stuff each eggs half with
this mixture and top each with
a whole Norway sardine, Garnish
with criscross strips of red pi pimento,
mento, pimento, Chill before serving.
Norio Potato Salad with
Sardines 8 portions)
Eitht medium sized potatoes, 8
celery stalks, 2 hard-cooked eggs,
3 large sprigs parsley, chives,
4 tablespoons olive oil. 2 table.
spoons vinegar, dry mustard, salt,
pepper, 1 (3 3-4-ounce) can Nor.
way sardines, small head ro
maine lettuce, 1 cucumber,
Cook potatoes and cool. Cut
the cooled potatoes in slices a.
bout 1-4-inch thick. Finely chop
celery stalks, 1 hard-cooked egt
parsley and chilies. Mix all in,
xredients in bowl. Drain olive oil
from sardine can into a second
bowl; add additional olive oil and
vinegar. Season with pinch of
dry mustard, salt and pepner to
taste. Pour over salad and mix
thoroughly. Finally, line salad
bowl with romaine lettuce and
transfer salad from mixing bowl.
Arange whole sardines in a toy.
ramid in the eenter of the salad
over quartered sections of hard,
cooked egg. Decorate salad with
slices of fresh cucumber with
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Here is another hand taken
from "Iran of the --Cards."
Skipping lightly over the bid bidding
ding bidding we find that South is do
darer At three no-trump and the
queen of spades is med. South
shoOld win with the king; not
the ace because-if he false cards
with the act he clearly shows
that he holds the king alio.
' His next play is the ten of
clubs from his hand and small
from dmmy. At this point ws
separate the men from the boys.
East should win the, tick wnh
the ace of clubs and lead beck a
second spade., South will :61 in
the lead- again and will take
what appears to be a sure tire
finesse for the queen-of clubs.
East,- win' 'win that trick also
and six spade tzicka will Put de declarer
clarer declarer &ma four.
Of course. this play might go
wrong. Declarer might have
started with five clubs in which
ease he will laugh and pick up
East's quee,n of declarer might
even guess whM had happened.
But the point to. this unusual
play is that if East wins. the first
club trick with the queen South
is going to make his contract.
He will see no chance at all
and therefore will tr, to cash as
many tricks as possible when be
gets in the second time. When he
cashes the ace and king of dia.
monads he will vet nico bonus
East's oureen and tack will iron
and South will make his thro
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YoU' can't fail to please with a
really distinctive present.
That's why he will always be
delighted with a gift set of men's
luxuries by Yardley. These include
shaving bowls, soaps, pre-and
Lavender brillantines and talcs.
Smartly packed ready to send.
(Det'etipt Kilos lien Is en vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Het guest a&umnist -today
is epees singer Rise Stemma.)
RISII STIVINS WRITES
analyzed, maintaining there was
noththg 1 could tell by lying on the
couch that couldn't tell standing
Big words! In the Orst place 1
should know better than to use the
word "never," for "nevee' invs invsriably
riably invsriably dares fate and invites di dieaster.
easter. dieaster. Not that really have been
psychoanalyzed. Someone merely
wrote a book about me and my
family life, and 1, feel this exper experience
ience experience must be the nearest thing to
plynoarialys.a. Both are a ques question
tion question of "telling all." The person
who wrote the book is the charm charming
ing charming and brilliant Kyle Crichton,
whose Broadway play, "The riap riappiest
piest riappiest Millionaire," entertained
millions. Kyle has been kind, but
he has shown me and my family
as the screwy people we atc, in
the crazy surroundings of the en entettainment
My first encounter with Kyle
took place in Westhampton. He
had traVeled all thi way from his
home in Newton, Conn. via
clogged highways and the Bridgeport-Port
Jefferson ferry. He ar
in Hew York Gang
NEW YORK (On) A lt-yearold
boy WAS arrested yesterday
as the triggerman in the gang re revenge
venge revenge murder of a 17-year-olch
A 14-year-old girl who allegedly
carried the gang's sawed off rigle
in her blouse, and a 17-year-old
butcher's helper were arrested as
The girl, Carmen Martinez, a
ninth grade pupil, and the older
boy, Philip Mvarez, were charged
with homicide and held without
bell for a hearing July 3.
The younger boy, whose name
was withheld because of his age,
was held as a juvenile delinquent
for hearing June 23.
The boy, a frail-looking dark
haired youngster of Puerto Rican
parentage wept es he was
booked at the police station.
The grirl, dressed in a bright
red blouse and tight black skirt.
battled five officers, kicking and
screaming curses Spanish and
English, as ebto wag taken to
court. A crowd of more than 100
teenagers cheered, her but did
not interfere.' In "court lobe spoke
ettly once, when asked if any
Member of her family was pre
sent. Sh said, "Nobody."
The shcooting victim was Raul
&iambi, who' was found in an
East Harlem baNway Sunday with
a bettet wound in his ear. Police
said they had not been able to
determine whether he had any
actual connection with the gang
fight which apparently caused his
-Police mold the three young
people arrested were members of
the Dragone gaol, one of whose
memibers. Earl Mack, 13, a Ne
gro, died m Sunday of wounds
he received hi a street shooting
en June 5.
rellow Dregone encountered Be
nuchl On ths street, police said.
and forced him into a tenement
bellyiv in tiernointl he teti them
who kPled Mack. They said the
three were 'unsatisfied with Ba
euchis answers, ,and that one of
them bilt Baruch! and Pm 14year
oM then took the gun how Car
Men am! shot him.
He 10 Ydurself
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'' hos osoilitho kr well Me Mao
rived late at night, went to sleep,
awoke the following morning for
breakfast and after his second cup
of coffee said, "Now, tell me
everything." I shuddered at the
COMMIllid, for it is like being ask asked
ed asked to be fumy on cue. However,
I starteo talkingand he didn't
make a single note on paper.
Mter two hours of gab he disap disap,
, disap, peered into the garden, and when
11 went to look for him he was gone
'and so was his car. He had gone
home, leaving behind his suitcame.
'I thought, "Rise, you didn't tell
him what he wanted to Know.
1You were a flop."
tut at week later he was back backostensibly
ostensibly backostensibly to fetch his suitcase.
And it suddenly dawned on me,
this man is a fiend. He recalled
the shghtest off-hand remark I
had made, had noticed ecerything,
had pumped me, had pumped my
husband and our fnends, and
eventuagy had all the material he
needed for tbe book which won't
see the light of day until October.
Thank neavenuntil then I can
Rut I have come to how my
torturer a slight bit hetter than
hi suspects, and I have been able
to keep a few things from him.
Crichton might be surprised to
discover that I know he is an avid
baseball player in his colony of
writers, and that he is enough of
a prima donna to have reserved
for himself the privilege' of never
rtmning but only walking in a
game. I have noticed that he calls
any woman he likes "old girls,"
and when he really likes her tre tremendously
mendously tremendously he slaps her on tbe
back or on the knee until she le
black and blue. He can throw a
mean baseball inside the house
without breaking the bric-a-brac.,
He hates the city of Florence and
will keep anyone from goinehere,
if he possibly can, for no reason at
all. He hardly ever laughs at
other people's wit and loves to
spoil their stories by telling the
punch line before the racouuter
is halfway through the story. He
is what you would call a profes profesalone'
alone' profesalone' wiL
So I feel a sense oi revenge in
knowing he didn't find out that
my nickname used to be "Gus"
among friends who though
"Rise" was too pretentious and
that I kept a diary in which I
marked everything from the
name of my., current beau to the
amount I'd spent on bus fares that
day. (I- offer a umple from Lay
secret diary on my student trip to
Europe: "Vienna: Met the neph nephew
ew nephew of Madame Schoen-Rene. Very
grand person. TOO bad he had his,
arm in a sling. Drank beer until
Crichton also discovered little
about my adult achievements in
the kitchen, probably beeause he
really doesn't appreciate my kind
of haute cuisine. To him the Auto Automat
mat Automat has the' best food in town.
Let's face it, I hive a 'unique re record,
cord, record, 'having sent One of our dear
friends to the hospital with my
special goulash. (My husband
maintains that I poisoned the food
but I know it was so good that our
friend simply overate.)
tggpoiavretossumnbderushes, a saw and a
Nor did my biographer discover
ha an Ymt hmi ne rg aib oaumt t hs oeamm hyegoeugnk nspie:asr eer keavpt at iwrpmii untethg:
JPt euarsi i nnt
things and antiquing furniture.
enough white paint and a Jbrush
and I'll have everything painted
white in no tillietillelliding my myself.
self. myself. Idld I'm a demon with Knit Knitting
ting Knitting needles, but he never found
out about the sweaters, afghan
and scarves I've created. I kept
them a deep dark secret, although
I was tempted to knit him a
sweater, because he wears a blue
one that ought to be donated to a
Having come away from the or ordeal
deal ordeal of this book with part of
ei3' private world intact I feel I
was right in my opinion that it
would be silly for me' to be psy psychoanalyzed.
choanalyzed. psychoanalyzed. I might tell a lot to
some disciple of Dr. Freudbut I
know darn well l'a.never tell alll
Baplisfs 01 Paralso
To Honor fathers
A prograin honoring fathers
will be held at the First Baptiat
Church Paraiso on Sunday, be beginning,
ginning, beginning, nt 3:00 p.m. ...,-
This program will comprise I.
locutionary items, songs Auld an
instrumental number. The 'prin.
cipal feature for the occasion
will be a Father's Day eddress
whieh will be delivered y A. R.
Phillips, a faculty member of the
Santa Cruz Latin Arnett e a n
school.' 's ,
TN youngsters of the Baptist
Young Pee's Society, whe are
sponsoring the, programs, yill be
hIPPY to, Welcome lathers on
this their apec I day, ,, ..
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peeling, soak blackheads riliteorm,
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,,7::,,Iti, You can't fail to please with a
, . really distinctive present.
, i That's why he will always be
delighted with a gift set of men's
luxuries by Yardley. Mese include
shaving bowls, soaps, pre-and
Lavender brillantines and talcs.
Smartly packed ready to send.
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Vicki Lym- Yeunts
Feted At Party
Mrs. John C. Nolan wis hostess
tuesday afternoon to a group of
young girls at her home in Sous.
eau. The affair honored her
granddaughter, Vicki Lynn Yount',
who is here on an extended
The viSitor' e retUised 10 the
Isthmus with Mr. and Mrs. No Nolan,
lan, Nolan, who had been visiting self.
firal, cities in the States.
'.:Guests at the Phrtr was starY
Dalton, Antoinette malene,
linnington, Mary Jam bleguea
ry,, Joanne Gomez, Sharon Lane
and Jemy Harkens',
The complete live;act record,.
ing of Hamlet; starring John
Giellud with the Old Vic Pay Payers,
ers, Payers, will he presented tomorrow
Florian Alba At
El Panama Hilton
Continuing its new policy of
enlisting artiste of a high ea.
liber for the entertainment of
the Bella Nista Salon patrOns.
now the management proudli
announces FLORIANA ALBA.
the most Sensationai Italian
singer, every night, a4 0:15 and
1:15 p.m. (eXCePt Mondays),
Florian& Alba the girl whO
has a terrific figure and & still
more terrific face. she can, and
does. do wonder with it ex expecially
pecially expecially to charm everyone who
She is originally from Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, but hu made her home
Havana Om the last six
years. where she not only owns
a shop but is continually en engaged
gaged engaged in 'rv work, she's danced
in every important city In
Europe and lAtin America.
NEW YORK 0.371)--A luxury
liner load of millionaires threw a
gamblist party for charity last
night that was "really far out"
--about ;0 miles in the Atlantic.
Society swarmed 500 strong tO
dine, dance, ?and respond, to the
cmupieri" ihvitieg "place yOur
bets" on a gala seven-hour cruise
of the French Liner Liberte from
iti North River Ver to Ambrose
lithtship and back.
Gy It was a unique event for,New
ork whir& gambling is,
bit the gaming for the benefit of
Athericall Cancer Sotiety had
been cleared with pollee. The whi whiten;
ten; whiten; were paid off in luxury
prizes instead of legal tender.
Big! big names Harkness,
talent, Drexel, Ford, Bostwick,
Lowell, end Cassatt trowded
around the green laizei tables in
Liberte's palatial lounge le
throw more money alter the $100
head they paid to attend the
first one-night cruise aboard a
luxury liner in the history of the
port of New York.
"What art 2- they playlet?"
asked actress, Shirley Booth, who
wandered into the brighdy lit ca casino
sino casino from the dimly lit ballroom
where French Chanteuse Lilo was
undulating in a pair of long white
gloves and little else. Industri Industrialiat
aliat Industrialiat Alfred P.Sloan Jr; told her
roulette, ersps, blackjack and
"That's enough,- honey!" ahe ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed with a wide-eyed look of
astonishment. "When they sin sinnounced
nounced sinnounced games, I thought we
ere ,going to play parlor
Very tew took anything away
but the conviction that the last
of ,the social season's great par parties,
ties, parties, from which several hundred
would-be subscribers had been
turned away, had perhaps been
Certainly so other event eould
toast a backgrotmd panorama of
Manhattan's skyscrapers and the
Statue of Liberty giMed by the,
Setting sun and the distant lights
of Brooklyn and Staten Island
twinkling after. nightfall. It was
sable stole weather, Moonlight
clear and perfect for sailing. 4
-West Side slum dwellere and
Score" of' sailors gawked it tun tundreds
dreds tundreds of cabs 'disgorged 'the fish fishlonably
lonably fishlonably dressed crowd. inclUding
the Lawrence 'Rockefeller's' Har Harvey
vey Harvey S. Firestontis William Pa Pa'ley',
'ley', Pa'ley', French Ambassador and
lime. lierve Alphand, Elitabeth
4,trden, and Richard Rodgers and
St stit so Ito imbed Asko, 114. oit lobo lo
' Noe quo puodo horses dellolosos ;
tootolos. COI to Itiflus Proissods Itrisim so
ay quo modir st'poost ,:,,', mama.
: Solomosto mole of toolosidlos ea tos6s,
lirreguo IOW moods ostirot flake sustions
: v,4-7s mesdadossodoO les togrodissto ammo
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'so, periods. Soto quism doeir quo Ild. m therm
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tielleads, ton tins tosturi dojos.
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dmo Im 0
evening by the 'Unitarian -Society,
Blinding 362, Ancon
The four-hour recording "All
start promptlyat p.m., sad're sad'refreshments
freshments sad'refreshments will be served' during
intermissions. Tickets will be s
vailable at the door.
Tte -public it Invited, but pa parents
rents parents are requested not to nruig
At Ameder, Club--
Tonight is family night at the
Fort Amador Officers Open Mess.
Obinise food will be features
on the menu, and sports attire
will be the appropriate dress.
JWS Bates Clint' 1
The weeidy bate clam under
the Instruction of Arthur mokrtY,
will be held this evening at
I:30 at the Balboa USO4WII.
The meetings are open to the
public at ,no charge.
Atlantic Camera Club
'The next meeting of the tt
ladle Camera Club will be held
MoiulaY' lireninit at ,1:45 In' the
club rooms at Mount Rope.
Following John Lingwood'a ert
tique of colored slides entered in
June 13 club competion. Leon B.
Willa of Margarita .will demons.
trate his wood-earving hobby
Club members will have an op.
portunity to photograph the mks.
ter wood carver at work.
SPACE FUNDS ASKED
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower asked Congress
yesterday for a supplemental sp.
propriation of $485,300,000 for the
Nabional Aeronautics Ind Space
Adminitratioa fiscal 196t Me
request went to Congress shortly
tater Eisenlower signed a recent recentIppassed
Ippassed recentIppassed bill authorizing t e
agency to spend' the funds.
Liner Libert Takes NY Socialites
On Gambling Jaunt 20 Miles Offshore
Oscar Hammerstein at the
French Line pier.
Benefit chairman Mrs. Edward
Ft Hutton, wife of, the financier.
welcomed the guests who were
escorted to their tables in the
liner's main dining room by scar scarletIclad
letIclad scarletIclad footmen. After working
through a Parisian lamb dinner
from Caspian caviar to coupe
glacee Romanoff washed down
with carafes of red end white
wine, the celebrants got down to
the-serious business .of the eve eveIning
Ining eveIning ---, gambling.
The night ended about 2:30 cm. from N
with the raffle of a Buick station French
Wagon, won hy department store o3f the a
tycoon Bernard Gimb le, and an hand to
old French custom a serving rived MI
of onion sottp all around. France.
in FBI s Top en
WASHINGTON .(1PI) T h
FBI today idded 'io- its if list
of most wantM criminal' a Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Finn burglar ,who preys en
overweight women with alleged
reducing pills 4:potentially as
deadly as "uti-",
The criminal, it" began his
crime career in New Orleans in
1922 by robbing a church 'poor
box, is Walter Bernard O'Donnell.
The It'BI said O'Donnell,' a '37.
year-old glib talker who speaks
Spanish fluently, usually finds his
victims by pOsing as a doctor in
search of .room 4or rent. He
interests the overweight woman
in the So-called weight reducing
pills in his bag, persuades her to
try them, out and whammo.
The FBI said several of the
middle-aged women he hita vic victimized
timized victimized have become seriously 01
from O'Donnell's pills.
O'Donnell reportedly has oper operated
ated operated his racket in Detroit, and
Philadelphia, Washington. D. C.:
Wilmington, Del.; Chicago,' San
Diego, Hollvwood, UM" Beach,
Beverly Hills, San Bernardino,
San Francisco and Los Angeles,
Calif.; Baltimore, rt. Wayne.
Ind.; -Ft. Lauderdale an8 Miami
Beach, Fla., and St. Louis.
, The FBI said O'Donnell is of
medium build and about five ftet.
seven inches tilt, His hair is
dark brows but receding, his
eyes are brown and his coin coinplexion
plexion coinplexion is mediunt.
Dr. Eisen Honored
On Departure By.
Dr. Bruno Eisen,'Inperintendant
of the Coco, Solo Hospital was
honored on the eve of his seps sepsration
ration sepsration from service with a gift
and testimonial by the Caul
Zose rate .employes who serv servad
ad servad under him during his three threeyear
year threeyear term.
The farewell fete took place in
the conference rottri of the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. The testimonial was reed
bY hit!, Rufus Brown. Miss Bar Barbars
bars Barbars Bryan ,made the presenta presentation.
tion. presentation. At an Informal buffet later
doctors, nurses, supervisors and
employes joined in 'person ally
wishing Dr. Eiseh bon voyage.
STOWAWAY NOW NONORRO
PARIS (UPI) The' first man
to itow away on a trans-atlantic
plane flight-40 years agomade
the trip ;gain Tuesday, still on
the tuff but a; an hcmored guest,
Arthur, Schreiber, 53,, fps An.
gees, .sneakedeboarcLUIO single,
engine plan anary. oa lune 4,
1929, as it was about to take off
from New -York on the first
French ,'rransatlantic Alight, Two
of the original crewmen Were on
hand 'to greet Schreiber as he ar arrived
rived arrived ',Monday as a guest of Air
THERE'S ONLY ,ONE DADDYr
Cathedral Plaza El Panami Hilton Hotel
, 5th of May Plaza
ionfintbith: gum 214t
ON 5ATVEDAY TUE Itth WE WILL BE OPEN AT TRZ
5th eI Mir Plass store till COO PAL
Cithedral Plass and tht El Panama Hilton Rota stores
, t11 PA.
herb' midi" PLAK011.theetres Prepared'
: per" ,Peoestiles do Moir y PLAK0-44ade"
' Mae cal' do Make 'lemma pars uipaotia'
rands oi pare Id a IS pastaltdaa."'t V' -6'
M Alt twoVrti)tler nazis ItzlestArta
Soma newspapers of this eity have been publishing the false
report that Panamanian bakery products ars being discriminated
against by Canal Zone Commissaries and Post ttchanges.-A
thug made by 611, spokesman for' Industriat Tarinaceasu has
been even as tho source for this false report, -,', ,'
, Since ours is the only bakery operating in Panama' under the'
MIMS of INDUSTEIAS FARINACEAS, S. A, we consider it our
duty to publicly declare: that such a report is completely falui
that our products ars widely received for sale in, Canal Zone
commissaries and poet exchanges in quantities that the Canal
Zone market demands; that tho price at which our bread Is sold
those establishments to the sante price at which it is hooch'
from u, Tibia is a eleu indication of the true spirit of coopera cooperation
tion cooperation which we mein; and that we have always reteived amide
and cordial Acceptance by all Canal Zone officials, both of the
Panama Canal Company as of the Atilt! and the Navy, without
our ever 'having reason for tomplaint and for which we ars
Panama, Jima IS, 11151.
17Year-Old Geb 4 To 5 Years
For Two Hit-and-Run Killings
'COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI)--A 17-
year-old boy was sentenced to
four to five years imprisonment
yesterday for two bit-and-run auto
deaths that stirred a city-wide
controversy over juvenile behav behavior.
ior. behavior. "I regret what happened," Rob Robert
ert Robert T. Flournoyi son of a promi prominent
nent prominent real estate man, said hem
sentence was pronounced. "I hope
I can be an example to my
friends so that ft won't happen
to anybody again."
Young Flournoy was indicted on
two charges of murder with an
auto in the hit-and-run deaths of
Dr. At. Hobbs Jr., and Mrs.
Frances King, who were struck
down as they left a dramatic per performance
formance performance at a high school. The
statey agreed to a .r educed
charge of involuntary manslaugh manslaughter.
ter. manslaughter. Judge J.R. Thbmpson said in a
statement at the time of sentenc sentencing
ing sentencing Flournoy that the General As Assembly
sembly Assembly should consider increasing
the minimum legal age for driving
from 16 to la years.
The. defense sought in vain to
have the boy serve any sentence
he might receive on probation,
and presented testimony of a
score of character witnesses, in including
cluding including student leaders, teachers,
ministers and busineumen.
The state did not produce any
evidence in tbe trial, which lasted
two hours and 45 minutes. The
case was tried without a jury. The
boy sounded choked with emotion
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his lodge emblem in these
handsome rings, cuff links,
tit clip, belt buckle, etc.
' Also non-fraternal
msn's jewelry In
LUCKY WINNERS 7'1
IN THIS WEEK'S FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE
A r Sheila Gilbert
C.; Quistguard Petrick Sylvester
Harold Griffith Israel Fillies
Beverly Whiteley, Janice del Cid
, Joh!" Heymann F. .W. Hickey'.:-Jamos
Maisie Teresa Upon
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INDUSTRIAS FARINACEAS, S. A.
when be made his statement before-hearing
The character witnesses said
Flournoy was quiet, dependable
and obedient, and had never
caused trouble before. Police who
investigated the accident said a
test showed he was ttriving while
Georgia law prohibits publica publication
tion publication of the name of a juvenile
offender without th.g consent of the
judge having jurisdiction. Juvenile
Court Judge W.M Stanford not
only authorized publication of
Flournoy's name but urged publl publlcation
cation publlcation of the names of all km kmniles
niles kmniles charged with traffic viola violations.
tions. violations. The hit-and-run accident, which
occurred last May 8, also resulted
in a crackdown on the youth of
Columbus and Muscoree County.
The Safety Board ordered strict i
traffic enforcement, with main I
attention on young motorists.
Another result of the accident
has been a crackdown on gales
of alcoholic heverageg to minors
in violation of state law.
RED GIRMANS ON TOUR
MOSCOW (UPDPremier Otto
Grotewohl and Denuty Premier
Waiter Ulbricht of East GermanY
left Kiev Monday, for Gorky on
their tour of the Soviet Union,
Tess reported. The East Ger Germans
mans Germans conferred with Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrashchev on
their arrival In Moscow last week.
Plastic' 11; Menace
Up To Congress,
WASHINGTON (UPI) --- Re Pi
Charles E. Bennett (D-Irla.) said I
yesterday it appears to be up to!
Congress to ban or control the use
of plastic dry cleaning bags that
have caused the death of 59 chit.'
dren so far this year.
But spokesmen for the 20 rt.
lion ddhr a 'year industry urged
Congress not to act hastily. They
told the House District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Committee that "education
not legislation" was the aninver
to the problem.
Me committee is considering
legislation to ban use of the bags
in the nation's espitat Pending in
tte House Interstate Commerce
Committee are four bills that
would ban or control use of the
bags On a national basis.
Bennett, sponsor of one of the
District of eolumbis bills. said
there seemed to be no hope that
publicity or education would solve
the problem: Ile said people seem
toregard such tragedies as some something
thing something that always happens to
ALASKA PLANS IN AIR
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has no plans yet
to go to Alaska July 4 for the
celebration of the former terri territory's
tory's territory's admission to statehood, the
White House said Tuesday. Asked
if the lack of positive information
indicated the President had cleJ
tided against going to Alaska,
Press Secretary James C Hager Hagerty
ty Hagerty said: "I know of no plans, one
way or another."
MON. SAT. till 8 p.m.
Ali Work Guaranteed
Atroso from Coca-Cola
'56 FORD, 2-Door, Hard-Top, Fair lane,
Radio, Red & White $1495.00
'54 CADILLAC, 60 Special, 4-Door,
All Extras, Beige 1895.00
'56 FORD, 4-Door Sedan, Black & White 1135.00
'54 KAISER, 4-Door Sedan, Green 495.00
'55 4-Dcor Country Sedan (St. Wagon),
Fordomatic, Radio, Cream & Red 1245.00
'55 PONTIAC Star Chief, 4-Door Sedan,
Hydramatic, Radio, E-Z Eye Glass,
WS Tires, Power Br. Heater,
Red & White 1195.00 -13 PONTIAC, 2-Door Catalina, Hydramatic,
Radio, Green 59500
'58 VAUXHALL, Super 4-Door, Beige 1495.00
'54 PONTIAC Star Chief Catalina,
Custom 2-Decr, Hydramatic, Radio,
WS, Rust & White 895.00
'55 CHEVROLET, 4-Door St. Wagon "210
P.O., Radio, 2 Tont Green 1345.00
ALSO 4 EXCELLENT BARGAINS IN USED CARS
These And Many,'Maay More Fine Used Cars
To Choose From At Our Used Car Lot.
' See Us Today...Drive A BETTER Used Car.
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USED CAR DEPT.
Feted At Par
Mrs. John C
young girls at
eau. The al
who is here
Ian, who had
firld cities in
, -Guests at ti
and Jenny Ba
ing of Ham
ers, will be I
liber for the
the Bella ,Ift
now the ma
the most to
1:15 p.m. (I
has a tarn
does. do won
pecially to et
She is oril
once. but ha
it shop but
gaged in Pry
liner load of
night that wt
--about 0 mi
bets" on a gal
of the French
its North Rive
lithtship and 1
c,,t WI un
ork whets, I
belt the game
been cleared v
nets were p
Big! big ne
around the gt
throw more n
luxury liner b
port of New 1
situ) from the
alist Alfred P
! Very tew t
but the convi
of .the social
wo rig ,
e .. 1135.00
... 495.00 ,,,,
... 1195.00 i
'... 895.00 1
,.... 1345.00 $
,ed Cars 0
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spit, el! 11, 1SU ',-, 1111- Atrium Alt teat:over sans itzwelriza .- - PACS
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, -,, Sows nrospaperS of this eity have been publishing tho false UP T o. Coigress,
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--, report that Panalliglithill bakery products ars being discrbninatetl -
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against by Canal Zona Commissaries Avid Post Zuchanges."
charge nada by spokesman for Industrial; Tarinaceas as
kttlinna er Declares
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F To- p- Ten" e.:(7m--1;11;;;sies And Post tsehantes-
, charge made by .11, spokesman for Industrial; Tartnateas" boa vnnaker Declares 1 Jr1.1-1
Lyttivy.until' leventsgby the Unitarian -Sento- , boon gtven as tho source tor this taloa report , c
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ycoon Bernard Gimble, and 'an hand to greet Schreiber as he ar- : .:::,',-.'!
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,,Antonelli Hurls Tenth
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'Skidding Braves Twice
, By FRED DOWN
l'NEW YORK, June 18 (UPI) The crux of the
gational League pennant race may be that Jo 'my
, Aittonelli is enjoying his best season in five years
while Warren Spahn is having his worst in seven.
' leni 1"tt7: Flanagan.
' Attone Ili, San Francisco's star the fifth wnen tney
'; lefigr, is now 10-3 and en route to to bat and scored five runs. Btu ident Daniel Delgado Duarte to- k" --::-:--::-.: 4 .,,. -.,-,.,,'-: se ---:24::-:,,:v.:,!:::.T,i,:,mg;;;Kmtiv!,,:,::iommi:1 ,,
Giardello staggered the back- day was still waiting for a re- i:-'H:-,,,, .,,,,-,.: has t u hi ill --' --
,..., .. s ,... .;,, A se p s reg ar taming ; ::,:,::,,:e.,,..im&,..e:;:,:::.::::.:::,;,o:,..,:::.4,:,,2::;.,t:;::;:,::,..4,::,
ki each .,
' hist, finest year since he had a White and Ray Jablons pedalling St Paul fighter with a port from Colon bantamweight ri":",,--:- !:: 4,' --.- ;;-:; ,,,,".3 quarter! at the nearby Colon A- i iiMK,AN-i.,:MMW,WPMMA
s:- 21-1' record for the world cham- drove in three runs as the Cardi Cardii
i Cardii devastating body attack. then Hector Hicks, through Ms man- ,'',';:;,-,-iii-1-?,"..r.,..T,. '- .:;::;.. :,..-,,,,,,! rena. ,N.i.t..!:W''sP,';Adpi.',t'ftingeil
i t in 1954 Spahn, who nals scored their sixth victory ,,,p,:::f:t..:;:-..-:-.-::: ::::::: Yesterday, the Mexican, a 24- 14Affii:0:M.;:,:i,,:::.:diroimi,..,::iiiig ,,
..' pint' G an s n landed a hard right hook to the K th N ht 1 ''''''- ''"
, ager enne ig Inga e, on i.-- ,,- :: -....,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,-,-., ,..,,,;::,,,,,,,,2,kft:-.:ftii:,:.
4-- avdtaged 21 victories a season sev g
en emelt.; ; .-. 4- ,,. ' '- ear-old father of ,J;P:41.0;ig:g.f;i:-.,Aaggati'':.
2 2-3 innin I of left ear. Flanagan was prostrate charges the boxer got a raw ueal i,,-,"' -', --- Y two from
:'' I ;the last six years stands 8-8 Ryno Duren s g
-on the canvas until the count of from Venezuelan promoters Bal K- -' 1, -7 - Yuc tan
6 : ift,', ,,,,i,, a wowed the spectators "."':"'W0410.:..4..,;;:w.:4ftw,,m,,,, ,
' and is ,neaded for his wors re
t strong roliof and Mickey Man- r ,, :,:,:: '-,::14406,-,, 1:- ::- ',--j.; during a throo-r ncl i
1410 eight- san and Morales m Maracaibo g:,,,: -: --;','':: ::,-;:;:::,: ,,'!;',:::! ,, '' ou sparr ng .........,..0-:: ..-:,,,x:i:i,,,:,sm,,:::,...,f,S.;:t::;:;,,,Ow,1'-
ligt; ''. 3,6:
' d since he was
.,,4 cor 14-19 for the tto's 14th homer led a 1 Flanagan aised lip at that recently '
Yankoo attack and liftod the ,,:::: 3-,k,,, :: :::.;.::,,:,:.,.:,,- i.,i.,,,.,,,,,... session with Kid Chocolate II,
01'.- "'" '''': ;,,,,',4,;0444::,,;:ez ". 1 ,: "---:i, form 1?'10' ,i:'lr::' 4,
-:', Braves in 1952. point, but the referee stepped in Hicks claims he got only $388 e''' .:--: '-'t.:': 4,-41,..-,::,0-- :,-.-: .., -'?;, or Panama featherweight ..,. ..7g
, All of which helps to explain world champions ac
b k to tho
and halted the fight "' -,' "f-',,,,,,,i-00-A.::;.,..:" ; i:, -,:,.,, king.
out of a $1000 expense-free gua- ', :, ----,- ',-., ,,, -."-' -::::'-r ;,K,--,----,- ,-
.:, wht the Braves have been una- -500 end t I ht
mark with a sec s re g
"I didn't want to waste any rantee the promoters promised L' -:' ,,,' '':. Um an a
;,;::,,:r ...1;:,,.,,--,-.,, g ceurate left hook as : ,,,,.,: ',''-1:P''''
' ble: to shake off the pursuing wi
'n over the Whits, Sox. Sob
i i 6 13 time," Giardello said after the him for a fight against Venezue- ;,';- ::,. ''',.,,,:,,, ''-'''' :.:.:-,:1,-,,'":'., ','i his foremost weapon, the visitor
; : Giants--not to mention the Pitts. Turley fanned n no n ,in. ,,,:.,.....,:,,, larred his veteran sparmate re reings
ings reings to win his sixth gem' bout, "So I vrent right after him lan Nelson Estrada in Maracaibo '',.- -----"''''''',':) '- :''':''W ,,,
, burgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dofig- n from the start." June 5. ,,,,,"--:;:,,- ::'',:::,... ::,-,:i:'g :;:','.-".!,,,,;---.',4-,:. peatedly and lvas particularly ef- ..-,,
but gave way to Duren when the -,,, 4:';:;-,:f:; ;-j,--i- '-',-:' -.--;':: 1. fectiv hil f htin 1 ,, 1
' ers,,and Chicago Cubs as well. wh- s mad in ow v. "We had planned to press the Hicks, who beat Venezuelan Ey- '-'-,4',,",-,', :: -.'; ::: ",, ,,,,,, ---,- ,.,- ,,,,,i, ,O w e ig g m c ose. ,, .,,......
to ex ra
' The Giants made hay out of 1 attack and keep Flanagan from weight champion Ramoneito Arias ,--':'--; ,,,y:,,.",,,.:4,,, :::,' ,-,:::,, ,,, ,-, :, Q jam, who has been chamnth-
AFTER VIE woRlEour Mexican ieatherwel ht h I
g ,,c amp on
.' the situation again yester d a y Giardello said b unanimous decision in Pa- -- - --"': ":-'"''''' 'r :
being too cute,' ,,,,,,.., li of Mexico since Dec. 15, 1
thi a Milt Pappas pitched a two-hit- y a ,,,,, ,.,,:, ,, ,-.-:,1 ,-:- .-'; .-:.-". ":$.::' 1956 h d th h Victor Manuel Quijano poses with a group of Colonites after
,. when they advanced to vo n Giardina a veteran of 10 years nama ten-rounder Feb. 22 of this ' :H.,. ,,,,-. i,,,t,,,-,:;,-,;,,.,,,,,,,,,..,4 e e eavy Dag tor
ter for his fir t b I h t
s 1g eague s u going through his first Isthmian training drill at the Color.
half-game of first place by beat- 4 ,.; -i-:',.-',:,444.::- a cou le ,of ro
P unds after taking i
'- ing the Cincinnati Reds, 7-6, it ,us a os -,an
o t and ', G Tria d d and 103 fights, weighed In at year, was kayoed in the seventh : ",,-; :'.P .- .--:--:.----';---:, -:---;', : Arena yesterday. Shown (left to rightY are Relnaldo'Pengell
,..,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,;::: ,:;.4 off the gloves. IL.
... ,. .,-.3...,.... "1;nr.sel the Chico Carritaquel homered for the 16112, while toe 31-year-old Plana- heat of a scheduled ten-rounder A--, :.i.;,,,,,,,,.::- ,1;.4,w;-tAik, ,;,:.t.k-al co-promoter of Sunday's bout between Quijano and Panamar Panamar..
.. Panamar.. ,, ,,,....., i 0:51 t., Wofrctel In his dressi
s s s ncroom later he 12R-nnimr Irina' Seinisi Santamatim Curro Dosman local fisrht
Antonelli, San Francisco's star
left:, is now 10-3 and en route to
. bisi, finest year since he had a
214 record for the world cham champion
pion champion Giants in 1954. Spahn, who
avdtaged 21 victories a season
for the last six years, stands 8-8
and is needed for his worst re
cord since he was 14-19 for the
Braves in 1952.
All of which helps to explain
wht the Braves have been una unable
ble unable to shake off the pursuing
Giantsnot to mention the Pitts.
burgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dofig Dofigers,,and
ers,,and Dofigers,,and Chicago Cubs as well.
The Giants made hay out of
the situation again yester d a y
when they advanced to within a
half-game of first place by beat beating
ing beating the Cincinnati Reds, 7-5,
while the Dodgers clipped the
Braves, 10-2 and 4-0, in a twi twinight'
night' twinight' double-header witnessed by
Antonelli went seven innings
for his 10th victory for San
Francisco but tho Dodgers rock rockod
od rockod Spahn for five runs in 1-3
of an inning to set up their
rout in the opener at Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. The Chicago Cubs beat the Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 5-2, and the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals whipped the Philadelphia
Phillies, 10-4, in other N. L. games.
in the American League, the New
York Yankees defeated the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox, 7-3, the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles edged out .the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers, 4-0, and the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators beat the Kangas
City Athletics, 7-2.
Antonelli yielded nine hits and
walked two batters but struck out
six before he gave way to Sam
Jones in the eighth after Pete
Whisenant led off with a homer.
The Giants had taken a 7-2
lead in the sixth with a five run
burst on three walks, singles by
Jim Davenport, Wilhe Kirkland
and Orlando Copeda plus an er error.
ror. error. Davenptir4,and Daryl Spencer
bomered for the Giants and
Johnny Temples and Frank Robin Robinson
son Robinson connected for Cincinnate.
Jim Gilliam greeted Spahn with
leadoff homer and the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers went on to rout Spahn with
an attack that included a three threerun
run threerun first-inning triple by 245-
' pound rookie Frank Howard. San San-
- San- dy Koufax went the distance
behind the Dodger's 15-hit at attack,
tack, attack, yielding five blows and fan fanning
ning fanning seven.
Danny McDevitt pitched a two.
bitter to best Joey Jay in the
second game which was scoreless
until the Dodgers tallied two
runs in the seventh on two hits,
a sacrifice, two fielder's choices
and a walk. McDevitt, W110 rais raised
ed raised his record to 5-6, yielded both
Milwaukee hits to Hank Aaron.
Cal Neeman's three-run insidethe-park
enabled Bill Henry of the Cubs to
win his fifth game dealt Ilan
vey Haddix his fifth defeat. Lee
, Walls also homered and Ernie
Banks had three hits in the Cubs
Rookie Marshall Bridges yielded
one run in 5 1-3 innings of relief
to pick up the win for St. Louis
in his major league debut. The
Cardinals clinched the victory in
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to bat and scored five runs. Bill
White and Ray Jablonski each
drove in three runs as the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals scored their sixth victory in
seven games, ;
Ryne Durenss 2 2-3 inning; of
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tte's Mantte's 14th homer loci a 14-hit
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flings ,inflings to win his sixth game
but gave way to Duren when the
White Sox rallied in the sev sevnth.
nth. sevnth. Milt Pappas pitched a two hit hitter
ter hitter for his first big league shut shutout
out shutout and G,us Triandos ,and
Chico Carraquel homered tor the
Orioles. Pappas didn't walk. a
batter and lages1.9nly 29 in scor scoring
ing scoring his mixth win against three
Rookie Bob Allison's l'ith homer
and Reno Bertoi's eighth
sparked the Senator's 11-hit at attack
tack attack that dealth Ned Garver his
fifth defeat. Camilo Pascual
struck out, eight batters in win winning
ning winning his 1, k game, The two
homers raised Washington's to total
tal total for 60 games to 80.
In London Tourney
LONDON (LIPI)--Alex Olmedo,
Barry MacKay, Earl Buchholz
and Jack Frost gained the men's
singles quarter-finals yesterday
at the London grass court tennis
Olmedo, U. S. Davis Cup star
from Peru and Los Angeles, oust ousted
ed ousted Pierre Darmon of France, 6-4,
7-5. MacKay, the 6-4 star from
Dayton, Ohio, had to work hard
to defeat Lew Gerrard of New
Zealand, 13-11, 3-6, 9-7.
Buchholz. the 18-year old SC
Louis youngster who holds thel
world's four major junior titles,
advanced 'with a 8-2, 7-5 victory
over Robin Sanders f South
Africa. In the other third round
match involving, a Yank, Frost, of
Monterery,,C1114-Upset Roy Em Emerson
erson Emerson of the Australian Davis Cup
squad, 6-4, 3-6,7-5.
Neale Fraser, Australia's top
Player. entered the quarter-finals
by defeating Andres Gimeno of
Spain, 8-2, 6-1.
Ramanathan Krishnan of India
produoptiflie 010 other surprise
by elimitatinti Kurt Nielsen of
Denmark. I-4; 6-0 Nielsen is seed seeded
ed seeded seventh and Emerson eight for
the Wimbledon chamolonshi OS
which begin Monday. Frost and
Krishnan are unsettled for the
Belmar Gunderson of Chambers Chambers',neg.
',neg. Chambers',neg. Pa., the only U. S. woTnen
who reached the women's quarter quarterinals
inals quarterinals bowed to Rula Morrison of
New Zealand. 6-2, 6-2. Miss Gund
lerson pulled the too upset of the
twomen's division Tuesday when
1 she detested Jeanne Arth, sixth sixth'
' sixth' ranked U. S. player from St.
HEMUS ON INACTIVE LIST
ST. LOUIS (UPI)--St. Louis
Cardinal Manager Sony -Remus
went on the inaetive list Monday,
making room for bonus rookie
outfielder Jim O'Rourke In the
lineup for tonight's two-night dou doubleheader
bleheader doubleheader against the Phi lade'.
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ST. PAUL; Minn. (UPI)
Seventh-ranked middleweight Joey
Giardello today credited a "press
the attack" campaign for an im impressive
pressive impressive first-round kayo of veter veteran
an veteran Del Flanagan in a scheduled
ten-rounder Tuesday night.
A crowd of 5,802 persons had
wathed attmned ao the 29-year
old Philadelphia slugger roared in
on Flanagan from the opening
bell. It took Joey only two min minutes
utes minutes and 50 seconds to catch
Giardello staggered the back backpedalling
pedalling backpedalling St. Paul fighter with a
devastating body attack. then
landed a hard right hook to the
left ear. Flanagan was prostrate
on the canvas until the count of
Flanagan aised lip at that
point, but the referee stepped in
and halted the fight.
"I didn't want to waste any
time," Giardello said after the
bout, "So I vrent right after him
from the start."
"We had planned to press the
attack and keep Flanagan from
being too cute," Giardello said.
Giardello, a veteran of 10 years
and 103 fights, weighed in at
16112, while toe 31-year-old Flana Flanagan,
gan, Flanagan, suffeHng his first loss at St.
Paul, tipped the scales at 161.
(Based on 160 official at bats)
G AB R H. Pct.
Aaron, Mil 62 256 45 102 .398
White, St. L 55 190 32 66 .347
Burgess, Pitts 52 177 21 60 .339
Cepeda, Str 62 177 21 60 .339
Mays, SF 60 231 51 76 .329
Moon, LA 54 196 32 84 .327
Pinson. Cinci 62 255 52 83 .326
Temple, Cinci 62 244 44 79 .324
Gilliam, LA 54 196 35 63 .321
lkiak, Pitts 65 240 31 76 .317
G AB R H Pct.
Kuenn, Det 53 208 33 74 .356
Keine, Det 60 238 37 84 .353
Fox, Chicago 60 245 36 84 .343
Runnels. Bos 57 224 34 76 .339
Wood ling, Balt 55 174 23 58 1333
Mantle, NY 52 198 43 61 .308
Minoso, Cleve 57 221 35 67 .303
Lopez, NY 55 207 34 62 .300
Bridges, Det 60 214 20 64 .299
William. KC 44 164 24 49 .299
Colavito, Cleve 57 221 39 66..299
Runs Batted In
Killebrew, Senators 48
Skowron, Yankees 44
Colavito, Indians 43
Maxwell, Tigers 43
Kaline, Tigers 42
Minos. Indians 42
Allison, Senators 42
Mathews, Braves 22
Aaron, Braves 18
Robinson, Reds 18
Cepeda, Giants 15
(booed on 7 or mom docisiono)
10 WI10 0
Wilhelm, Prio les 9 1
Larsen, Yaws 6 1
Fischer. Senators 5 2
Mossi, Tigers 5 2
Shaw, White Sox 5 2
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Coion Boxing Commission
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Of 'Raw Deal' From Hicks
By J. J. BARRISOTtl Jr., ,A,,,,,,,,,,..4,,, '-'0004-'''''","'",1101rr8"F",
Colon Boxing Commission pres- ,
ident Daniel Delgado Duarte to- ''
day was still waiting for a re- ,!, , ,, ,,' 1
port ,from Colon bantamweight t ,, '. -" i
Hector Hicks, tbrough Ms man- ii7,, ,
ager Kenneth Nightingale, on ,'',- '' ,,,,,,,,,or.----""'' ,,
charges the boxer got a raw ueal I. ., ti ti,,
from Venezuelan Komoters Bal- 1. ,. Nook,- ,,
san and Morales m Maracaibo X' ,,'', '' t::,
Hicks claims he got only $388 f N ,,,,.,,,,,-, 4 ,e
out of a 81000 expense-free gua- ''', ', '''Hoor' ',',''. 4
rantee the promoters promised ;,, , j
him for a fight against Venezue- ',,, s!
lan Nelson Estrada in Maracaibo ft,,,, ,''''''' i , '- ,,
June 5. l',.. ''' ,''
Hicks, who beat Venezuelan Ey- 4'4 .,'' 4' 1
weight champion Ramoncito Arias N '' ,$,,'i -., ..,,,,, ',
by unanimous decision in a Pa- ,- "s, ,'s
nama ten-rounder Feb. 22 of this ,". n '' ' I
year, was kayoed in the seventh 4 '' i
heat of a scheduled ten-rounder ,.. ,,,,, '-'1,,,,o,w;,"', ,s,,'W,1
Delgado said that all he knows DANIEL DELGADO DUARTE
at present of the case are state statements
ments statements attributed to Hicks that he promotors to that organization.
has read in the Panama papers. He singled out commission sec secThe
The secThe commission official declared retary Jose Pifilero as the dn.
that the fighter and NightMgale cial who was most "arbitrary, hot
left from Venezuela without noti- tile and threatening." Pifitero,
lying the commission, which is the Panamanian said, forced him
affiliated with the National Box- to sign over a big portion el his
ing Association of America. cut to a Venezuelan manager and
"If and when Nightingale and seconds after Nightingale return.
Hicks convince the commission ed to Panama before the bout
'with documentary proof sign- was staged
ed contracts, correspondence, etc. Nightingale who works in a Co.
that they were gypped by Bal- Ion real estate office, said he
san and Morales, then a formai caine back to Panama before hif
i complaint will be forwarded to protege fought Estrada becaust
the Maracaibo Boxing Commis- he had only one week's leave
sion," Delgado said. from his Job.
Hicks, 17 years old and sec- The Panamanian pair reached
1 one ranked contender to Pana- Maracaibo on May 19, for the
ma's 118-pound title held by Ed- bout which had been sthedulec
win Sykes, has also accused the for May 23. The manager lefl
Maracaibo commission of not giv- Maracaibo several days after the
ing him a fah' hearing when he promoters postponed the fight foi
reported his troubles with the June 5.
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BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Week of June 11
Teams bowling at Curundu this
Team No. 12 Blue Star bowl bowling.
ing. bowling. Team No. 1 Lincoln Life on al alleys
leys alleys 5 and 6.
Team No. 5 Tivoli Travels bowl bowling.
ing. bowling. Team 2 Astra Products on al alleys
leys alleys 7 and 8.
Team standings last week, out outside
side outside the first 6 teams had quite
a change about. Only 8 points
again and Tivoli winning 3, mov moved
ed moved up to withili 2 points of the
leader, Kent. Zenith won 3 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2 and Good Year 2, all of
these teams moved up in points
won. Blue Star moved up 1.
Cafe Duran and Lincoln Life
moved up from 10th to 9th place.
Pepsi Cola also moved up 1 and
Astra dropped from 9th to 10.
Hillman lost all 4 so stayed in the
TEAM Standings W L
Kent Cigarettes 28 12
Tivoli Travels 26 11
Zenith TV 25 15
Balboa Beer 23 17
Good Year Tires 22 18
Blue Star 20 23
Lincoln Life 19 21
Cafe Duran 19 21
Martini Vermouth 1612 231i
Pepsi Cola 1312 24
Pepsi Cola 15 2.
Astra Products 15 25
Hillman Cars 12 21
1st. High Team 3 Games
Hillman Cars 3143
Zenith TV 3102
Kent Cigarettes 3061
lst. High Team Game
Martini Vermouth 1103
Cate Duran 1077
Balboa Beer 1063
1st High Ind. 3 Games
Ma Lane and Soyster 621
T. Keeler 1 617
R. Novey. 606
1st. High Ind. Game
McLane 2;3 7
J. Psalm 235
lst. 5 High Ind. Averages
R. Soyster 17 i
R. King 174
E. Bates 173
R. Alvarado 173
with Ouy Madison
with Mark Stevens
promotors to that organization.
He singled out commission sec secretary
retary secretary Jose Pifiiero as the offi official
cial official who was most "arbitrary, hos
tile and threatening." Pifitere,
the Panamanian said, forced him
to sign over a big portion ol his
cut to a Venezuelan manager and
seconds after Nightingale return returned
ed returned to Panama before the bout
wa s sta ged
Nightingale who works in a Co Colon
lon Colon real estate office, said he
came back to Panama before his
protege fought Estrada because
he had only one week's lea v e
from his Job.
The Panamanian pair reached
Maracaibo on May 19, for the
bout which had been stheduled
for May 23. The manager left
Maracaibo several ,days after the
promoters postponed the fight for
Martini Yarmouth 4
Kent Cigarattas 0
The fist 2 games in this series
was a battle royal, Martini win winning
ning winning the lst by only 5 pins and
the 2nd, by 24. In the last game
Martini got hot and won 1018 to
891. C. Ehremberg was the big
gun. For Martini with a good
551 and Saylers had 527. R. Alva Alvarado
rado Alvarado was high for Kent with a
hot 562. 1
Tivoli Travels 3
Cafe Duran 1
This also was a very good
matCh, Tivoli taking the ist. and
the coffee boys coming back
strong with a hot 1031 game and
moving out in front by 12 pins in
pin fall. The travel boys came
back taking the last game and
total pins for 3 points. Tivoli had
3, 500;s. Ski, 528, Burton 515 and
King 512. Suttlt was high for
Kent with 519 and Wickham 518.
, Zanith 3 Blue Star 1 1
The 1st games in this match
were close zenith taking both. The
dairy boys came back taking the
last game by a good margin, but
could not make up the difference
in pin fall. A. Hele was high for
Zenith with Dick Soyster 492 L.
Hack was high for Blue Star with
479. This was Just not the dairy
Good Year Tires 2
Balboa Boer 2
This match vat as close as
they come all am way through.
Balboa took the first 2 games and
it looked like a clean sweep for
the suds boys, Curly was having
split trouble in the first 2 games,
but came back in the last game
This helped to win the last
game and made it on pin fall by
only 2 pins. How about that L.
ljereux was high for the tirg,
boys with 498, Curly had 493. J.
Palm was high for Balboa with,
the only 511 series and Tony Lut Luttenberger
tenberger Luttenberger just missed with 493.
Lincoln Life 4
Hillman Cars 0
In this match the Ins. boys edg edged
ed edged out the cat boys who were
bowling 2 blinds. Those bliads
will kill you. There were no 500's
in this series. Kieeler was high
for Lineola with 485 and Janssen
high for Hillman with 449.
Pepsi Cola 3
Astra Products 1
Every one was having trouble
in this match with only Bruce
with Kirk Douglas
with Gregory Peek
with Dick Powell
RIDE TIIE MAN
with Randolph &Ott
Mexican 'featherweight cham champion
pion champion Victor Manuel Qtujano, who
is sharpening up tor a ten-round
128-pound bout agabist Panama
126-pound -monarcn Jesus Santa Santamane
mane Santamane Stmday at the Colon Are Arena,
na, Arena, shifts his tradning camp to
the National Gym today with a
glove session scheduled to begin
at 4 p.m.
Quijano, Who ouTived from his
homeland Tuesday night. trained
for the the first lime 0.11 the isth isthmus
mus isthmus yesterday afternoon at- the
,Colon Arena before' a crowd es estimated
timated estimated at 1000 persons.
Because he is staying at the
Atlantic side's Hotel Carlton, he
has set up his regular taming
quarter! at the nearby Colon A Arena.
rena. Arena. Yesterday, the Mexican, a 24-
year-aid father of ', two from
Yucatan, wowed the spectators;
during a three-round sparring
session with Kid Chocolate
former Panama featherweight
Using an accurate left hook as
his foremost weapon, the visitor
iarred his veteran sparmate re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly and Was particularly ef effective
fective effective while fighting in close.
Quijano, who has been cham chamPion
Pion chamPion of Mexico SinCe Dec. 15,
1956, punched the heavy bag for
a couple ,of 'rounds -after taking
off the gloves.
In his dressing room later hes
revealed that he holds decisions
ever Mexicans Emelt Figueroa'
and Ernesto Parra ant State Stater
r Stater sidor Ilso Chestnut. Ike wm
was beaten by Figueroa near nearly
ly nearly two months ago, cams to Pa Pana
na Pana ma several ',weeks lator4- it
score a unanimous verdict ever:
the until then unbeaten Seta-,
Quijano said he has lost two de decisions
cisions decisions to world featherweight
champ Davey Moore, before the
latter lifted the crown from Ni Nigeria's
geria's Nigeria's Hogan (Kid) Bassey. It
was believed that he had a 1-1
record against Moore.
Over Mike De John
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Billy Besmanoff, the bettle bettlebrewed
brewed bettlebrewed German who immigrated
to Milwaukee, was "happy like a
child", today following his heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight unanimous decision in 10
irounds over favored Mike de John
of Syracuse, N.Y.
Although outgtumed in height,
weight, and reach, Besmanoff
Tuesday night evened the score
with De John, who had decisioned
him last November in New York,i
by building., up. a commanding,
point lead in early rounds and
fighting beat fiercely when De
John finally opened up late in the
The win put Besmanoff firmly
1 back on the right track after he
had lost to Donnie Fleeman and
Zora Folley this year and then
beat Alvin Williams in an inde indecisive
cisive indecisive test.
Besmanote'rtelled a cut on the
right side of his head in the 10th,
but said it Can wfien he bumped
heads with De Jan. Besmanoft
'received a 97-94 vote from Referee
Milt Goldstein, and was called
the winner, 98-92, by Judge Julius
Goldman and 99-92 by Judge Ray
Lead Over Richmond
A four-hit pitching performance
by Chris Short finally has given
Buffalo some breathing room o over
ver over Richmond in the tight Inter International
national International League ra ce.
Short, winning his f our th
straight, paced the Bisons to a
3-1 victory over Columbus last
night. A two-run ctshion in the
first inning was, all Short needed
to cop his sixth win of the year
and give, Buffalo a game and a
half bulge over Richmond.
Rochester's four run outburst
in the fourth inning enabled the
Red Wings to come from behind
and beat Richmond, 6-5. The Vees
had taken a 4-2 lead in the third
with a four-run rally., Bob, Kee,
gan picked up his ninth win a against
gainst against one setback for Rochcgter.
Leo Burke's 12th homer cf the
year with a man aboard in the
fifth inning gave Miami a 2-0
decision over Toronto just before
the rains Mee. The game as
called at the end of the frame
giving John Anderson his eighth
Montreal at Havana was rain.
Hassler corning up with a 500, for
the Pepsi boys.
McLane was high for Astra.
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Victor Manuel Quijano poses with a group of Colonites after
going through his first Isthmian training drill at the Coloir,
Arena yesttrday. Shown (left to rightY are RelnaldtiPengelly-,;
co-promoter of Sunday's bout between Quijano and Panamr!
128-pound king Jesus Santamaria; Curro Dosman, local fight
trainer who will be in the Mexican's corner; Jeff Joseph, vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of the Colon Boxing Commission; QUija110; unidenr
titled kid fan; Lin Milan, co-promciter and Rodolfo
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Pittsburgh ,at Chicago
Cincinnati am San Francisco
(Mulwaultee at Los Angeles (N)
Only games scheduled.
Pittsburgh 000 200 000-2 1
Chicago 100 000 13x-5 10 0
Haddix (4-5) and Burgess.
Buzhardt, Henry (5-2) and Nee NeeMan.
Man. NeeMan. IMMEd,oIMIME
Cincinnati 000 200,111-5 11 2
San Francisco 001 105 00x-7 11 0,
Pefia (3;5), Acker Arroyo and
Antortelli (10-3), S. Jones and
Philadelphia 030 001 000-4 15 4
St. Louis 300 052 00x-10 10 0
Semproch, Robinson (1-1), Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, Farrell, Meyer and Sawa.
Jackson, Bridges (1-0) and H.
Milwaukee 000 010 100-2 8 1
Los Angeles 500 002 21x-10 15 1
Spahn (6-8), Willey, Giggle and
Koufax (3-1) and Pignatano.
Milwaukee 000 000 000-0 2 0
Los Angeles 000 000 22x-4 7
Jay, Trowbridge (8) and Cran Crandall;
dall; Crandall; MeDeVitt (5-6) and Rosebo Roseboro.
ro. Roseboro. LP-Jay (2.5).
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DIABLO ,IITS.4 Bob Hope a OeOrke Toblad v, '
, 7:00 ,,, , -THE SEVEN LITTLE FOES"
' ' Friday "Tunnel et love" '''''
DIABLO Bob Hope Oeorke Toblad
7:00 "THE SEVEN LITTLE FOES"
' Friday "Tunnel et love"
MARGARITA Dirk Eogardt Dorothy 'rutin
7:00 "A ,TALE OF TWO CITIES"
Friday "Hell' Canyon Outlaws" and "Panamt Sal"
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TEAMS W Pet. GB
Cleveland '33 24 .579
Chicago 33 27 .550 itir
Detrolt 22 21 .533
Baltimore -31 29 417 3Vit
Now York 29 29 .500 41A
Kansas City 26 30 A64 ON 0
Washington 26 34 ';433
Boston 25 34 '-.424 k"
Today's Games 7
Chicago at New York
Kansas City at Waahington (11)
Detroit at Baltimore '"
Cleveland at Boston
Yesterday's Results ,':
Chicago 100 100 100-3 9 1
New York 150 000 01x-7 14;40
Moore (1-5) Littman, Ariae, Sta Staley
ley Staley and Lollar.
Turley (6-7) Duren and Iterra-
Detrodt 000 000 000-0 1
Baltimore 000 020 20at 43
Bunning (6-6), Smith and Batik
Pappas (6-3) and Trianets8,
Kansas City OM 000 010-2 8 1
Washington 000 200 23x-7 11 C
Garver (5-5), Gorman, Stu&
vant and Bons.
Pascual (5-7) and Naragon.
Cleveland at Boston (postponed,
Chowtimo for Trout
SAN FRANCISCO (1111) ,A
first-class omelet Is being prepsn;
ed to feed hungry trout in Cat
A plane from Japan recently de:
livered 1.800,00 melt eggs which'
will be used by the state's fish:.
and game department to suPP10(;
ment the food supply in'artificia
B A B'0 A
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"NEVER LCEVE A STRANGER"
Friday "A Tale of Two Cities"
'amp Mord 7:00
"Ilot Car Girl"
and ,"Chain of
IIIICRIEDAY. JUNE 18, 1959 '--- TIM PANAMA &MEXICAN AN DMIPINDZINT DAILY NAWSPAPER PAO& SEVIN
ItlISDAY, JUNE IS, 1959
Toz MAMA &MEXICAN AN DMIPINDXNT DAILY NXIVSPAPER
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.104 ,i':::! k ..., z, : Maaassa aiaaier a oecne e ,, for the special 'meet, but it was SHOWING SATURDAY!
wa in left-center in. the ninth in- 0o0--
GAIR ALLIE, Memphis, Clogs oennougafh of a crowd to "inspire"
4 ,,,,., race 86 ae veaucaeu LUC rearcian Li
4 ,:il owetie go roma Auer round witn- fling. AA South Association s m a c k e the most dedicated per
o0o-- formers in track annals, "Being
, OUL unowing toe itAIM, paac,
PUMPSIE ORION, Minnea- ed a first-inning grand slam BAI BOA 7 1.1 r Kr 1: ft
,..4 wao one or oiow-itilitting otwoner- a ham at heart," said Parry after
,...1, pats, Class AAA American As- homer against Birmigham, June
Ithe meet, "I ,don't think I could 1
sociation, has not been bbthered 9, but his team still lost, 8-6. AIR-CONDMONED!
have set the record without
, ...,., ,,,414,-4t..r, , Anti the leatures of promoter
by a batting slump that has hit
Allie's blast led to the early kayo them."
..,,,,t i .....m....n....rsti;,)JatatSa I'tia,..:,,,,,A4.r. . iSat raoselisoilu, a siencier Lincoln Lincolnthe
the Lincolnthe Millers. pf Birmigham starter Bob Miller. 1
, esque young mita., anti irvAng b
out Dave Reed took over to check The meet consisted of two
1.- ', -.- ' '' ,' itkaal, wawa theaue-11, tycoon, The classy second baseman rap rapeventsthe
eventsthe rapeventsthe shot put and discus raseesemseaseasessassaseassseasassaaleseow
RINIOR WELTER CHAMP Carlos Ortiz, 224earrold Puerto seemed to sag. ped a dolible and three singles In
the losers on one run for seven
FtreitriLborn New Yorker, flexes his muscles triumphantly after tme punca. Just one explosive five trips at Indianapolis, June 8,
d two third-innin s to nick un and there were only four entries
to boost his average on the team s e.h g - in the competition. But Alex Pe- 13'ulitYNNE.R "AnYean :alitils,,t1., f
sinning the junior welterweight title in New York.He stopped rignt to ine head tor a anoca anocatrie
trie anocatrie and Tim Owens, records make .,, r-,
tinily Lane with a 2nd-round 'TIC because of a deep out over (Iowa! wily toot would have ;wen road trip to .556 for 18 times at tne win.
bat and his season mark to .316, Oo0-- J you ,3.. -, :: if
p neeued to send Dempsey into en hairmen for the Southern Pacific
CHARLIE BEAMON, Amarillo, c, WOODWARD
Jtne's right eye. second only to Chuck Tanner district of the AAU, said every- fool i''.6;:''' ' j1
ecstasy of admiratioa and to Class AA Texas League, posted Margaret
, , thing was in order and O'Brien's
Anybodi yik : 11;::::::'::::,1',!::,:. r, ir ..,,'
' bring sunbusts or delight to Ro- among Minneapolis regulars.
his third victory without a defeat LEIGHTON womint 7' it
0 :N t
. sensohn end Kahnand to add In addition he had blasted six t tremendous heave met all require requireand
and requireand his second shutout, when he ments for a record. 5
' IVILLIAilikIKNEAll ' ..,
Ativ'a-tic. Sales In icate n uestionabl 100,
u 11 y 000 to the
Yankee Stadium gate on June 25. Pii
.. set dovvn Tulsa on four hits
homers and pushed across 20 runs,
to June 9.
0o0-- June 3. 8-0
Absent from the meet was nix ',,,e, ;;O!:- ,' '',-
Parry's No. 1 rival, teenager Dal- Dound -1,14.-,. ,,- ii,otr,,,,,
Louis. Since joining Amarillo from Van VanP
ACID TEST JUNE 2.5 GEORGES MARANDA,
couver. May 22, the former Bal- las Long of Phoenix, Ariz and
i Not rin THE ...w......
Class AAA American Association, the University of Southern Cali- ,,,,,,
, timore Orioles righthander had
k NM WAIOPPOIMIte CV,
Another Bia Year For That's the night when unbeaten
Ingem,ar will try to wrest the improved his mound record to 6-1
when he stopped Minneapolis, 6-3, he for ee o ly u s,
been tofic d thr n r n
h' he h' h'
is ot r w itewas mg job coming fornia striders.
bong earlier this year pushed '''"'",
135nri.5-5 tusoutrumait555 0 h. rnninnahin June 6. ,,, the 16-roound ball 83 feet. 2 inches a
JUNIOR WELTER CHAMP Carlos Ortiz, 224earrold Puerto
Ribirgpborn New Yorker, flexes. his muscles triumphantly after
winning the junior welterweight title in New York.He stopped
Pliny Lane with a 2nd-round 'TKO because of a deep out over
Lane's right eye.
Advance Sales Indicate
Another Big Year For
Pro Football In 1959
NEW YORK (UPI)Natipnal
Football League owners are smil smiling
ing smiling because the advance sale of
season tickets already indicates
the professional game will have
another big year in 1959.
61A United Press International
eneveY showed, today that 11 of,
1112: 12 clubs are selling tickets
fester than in 1958 when thev set
k2Acord paid attendance of 3,006,-
Mi. The league has set attend attendance
ance attendance records the last seven sea seasons.
sons. seasons. The Baltimore Coltst defending
league and western division cham
pions, have sold about 33,000 sea season
son season tickets for their 52,622-capacity.
field. Teats 3,000 more tlov
they had sold litst year at this
The New, York Giants already
have sold a 'club record of 20,000.
The Colts, Detroit Lions, San
PlErapcisco FortY Niners, Green
ay Packers and Chicago Bears
og the western division are all sell selling
ing selling tickets ,at a fast clip.
The Lions finished only fifth
last year butiiad sold 39,406 sea season
son season tickets as of June 3-400 more
thiln they had sold. at the same
time in 1958.
Los Angeles,' which has drawn
more than a million fans to its
home and road games and exhibi exhibitions
tions exhibitions each of the last two seasons,
reported sales were about 5,000
ahead of the 1958 pace. San Fran Francfsho,
cfsho, Francfsho, the other California NFL
entry, reported 34,000 tickets sold
as'compared with 27,000 last year
it this time.
s,00port Pop 1
0 1 Idle
KEW YOB K(UPI)--Termis pro
Jagit Kramer has offered Davis
Cup star Alex Olmedo a sliding
scale 175,000 to 1100,000 to Vim
professional at the end of the
year, he disclosed today, and is
annoyed that the offer was "treat "treated,
ed, "treated, as a joke."
An amateur tennis player, un uncles
cles uncles the Simon Pure Code, can be
barred as an amateur for even
discussing pro terins. But it is no
secret that over the years Kra Kramer
mer Kramer "privately" has come to
agreement with the top amateurs
before their trophy and eash-under-the-table
. Oimedo, hero of the United
States Davis Cup victory over
Australia, simply thinks that he's
worth more money and is dick dickering
ering dickering with other sources which
reportedly are arranging a rival
tour that would include Althea
, EASED ON 810 THREE
Kramer's offer to Olmedo., as of
the end of the year, was based on
Ole big three events of amateur
tennisWimbledon; the ITS.' cha
tilnship and the Davis Cup. Vic Victory
tory Victory in one Would bring lined
i'175,000 contract; two wins would
bring him 180,000 and all three
Would pay off at 1100,000.
'Kramer, in- NeW York to con condna
dna condna the draw for his 115,000 tour tournsment
nsment tournsment of champions at Forest
gills June 21-2S, seemed more an annoyed
noyed annoyed than displeased with 01-
niedo's negative reaction.
::And, in an ultimatum to (lime (limedo;
do; (limedo; he made it plain that he didn't
want the Peruvian ace unless
41ex riaches the usual confiden confidential
tial confidential a retment with him betore
nthe 'en of the tennis stason---and
The Bears, who usually hive
near sellouts for their home
games, said business was "terri "terrific."
fic." "terrific." Business Manager Rudy Cus Custer
ter Custer said sales were 10 per oent
ahead ot last year's pace.
The Packers have sold 28,000
season seats for their games at
Green Bay, about 4,000 more than
they had sold last year in June.
They have sold 6,300 for their
home games in Milwaukee, nearly
as many as had been purchased
for their 195-8 games there when
the season began.
The Cleveland Browns reported
their season ticket sale would fin finisit
isit finisit '20 per cent ahead of last
year's total "if sales continueJ at
the present rate." Cleveland had
a big home attendance last year
370,781 for six games.
In Pittsburgh, the Steelers said
they had sold about 12,000 season
tickets,at this time last year and
were about 400 ahead of that fig figure.
ure. figure. The Philadelphia Eagles re reported
ported reported they were about 500 ahead
of their 1958 pace
Business Manager Arch Wolfe of
the Cardinals said that club was
about 70 per cent ahead of its 1958
fiture in season ticket sales. The
Cardinals, who have been hurting
at the gate, have shifted trom
Comiskey Park to Soldiers Field
for the 1959 season.
The Washington Redskins were
the only club reporting their sales
'were trailing the 1958 standard.
They have sold 15,731 compared
to 16,652 at this time last veal
completely eooperative when be
does turn pro.
"I have to plan next year be before
fore before the end of this one," Kramer,
explained. "If he still acts coY,
I've got to go ahead with the top
four pros we have currently."
That means another tournament
tour built arpund Pancho Gon Gonzales,
zales, Gonzales, the blazing Lew Hoad and
the two advancing young Austra Australian
lian Australian pros, Ashley Cooper and Mal
WORRIED ABOUT ATTITUDE
"Olmedo's attitude worries me,"
Kramer said. "I'm not putting the
'knock on him, but he seems to
'be the type you have to keep
proddingand we don't want any
more prima donnas. We've had
one for 10 years and thkt's
This was, of course, a direct
reference to Gonzales. He anct
Kramer have been so at odds, at
times, that lawyers ,had to be
called in. Krsmer c,urrently is in
the drivers seat in thia perpetual
fencing duel because the attor attorneys
neys attorneys figured out that Gonzales is
under contract to Jack until 1.962.
Kramer's lack of concern over
whether Olmedo accepts his offer
'or not stems from the fact that
privately he doesn't believe that
under the etirrent strong pro set setup
up setup the imateur champion is so
highly necessary to pro succesa.
"The pro players have reached
stich a peak of excellence that the
amateur champion; aside from his
reputation, is no good for the first
year," he illustrated. "He ta a
cinch t be beatenwhich means
he is worth something to you at
the box office for only about 10
matches 'He really We long term
'investment and it's about time the
amateur champions began to real realize
ize realize it."
Fails To Even
-, ACK ukODDY majors, June 9, when he belted al BILL SLACK, Memphis, Class
douole and three singles while the 1 AA Southern Association, put recordtohi; 11-s-tv.or -tr-ackTe.
maY complisnments today in one of the
Cum were deleating Cinema I break the lea eue record of 69 ,, Sulte
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liat losehbouu, sienaer DincoM DincoMesque
esque DincoMesque young mah, irving b.
CulAtiml ine U11- a tycoon,
seemed to sag.
uhe punch. Just one explosive
rignt to ine head tor a knock knockutiwu!
utiwu! knockutiwu! Daly that would nave ;wen
neeued to send Dempsey into an
ecstAsy of admiratiou anti to
bring sunbursts of uelight to Ro Rosensohn
sensohn Rosensohn and Kahnand to add
unquestionably 100,000 to the
Yankee Stadium gate on June 25.
ACID TEST JUNE 2S
That's the night when unbeaten
Ingemar will try to wrest the
world neavyweight championship
from Floyd Vatterson.
But the knockdown punch never
caine auring Jonlins&on's seven
rounds ot spArrtng in the jammed
ski lodge here 'tuesday afternoon.
Not one ot the four sparmates
was even staggered or knocked
back onto his nee's.
Dempsey, the most tigerish of
all heavyweight championsthe
baleful better who couldn't "pfill"
a punch even in training sat
there at the ringside, frankly put putzied.
zied. putzied. Those seven rounds completed
a total of 151 sparred since the
champion of Europe arrived in
the United Statesand as yet he
hasn't scored a knockdown. Were
Ingemar a light-hitting fancy-dan
boxer that no-knockdown record
might cause little comment.
MOST DANGEROUS RIGHT
But the burly 198-pound Swede
is supposed to possess the most
dangerous right thunderbolt in the
heavyweight division. During his
21 straight professional victories,
ha scored 13 knockoutsmostly
with the right fist.
And his most mpressive per performance
formance performance was in his last fight,
Sept. 14, when he knocked out
Eddie Machen of Redding, Calif.,
in the first round at Goteborg,
Swedenflooring him three times.
Machen then was the world's top toprated
rated toprated contender.
"I'll throw it against Pat Patterson,"
terson," Patterson," Johansson declared.
"That's what I'm trainin; for. It's
the way I've always trained. For
me it's the successful way--the
winning way, and I won't change
it for this important fight, no
matter what anyone says."
Helmet Saved Him
NEW YORK (UPI)--Eddie Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro left physician's Hospital
yesterday thankful for the helmet
that probably saved his life in a
soill during Saturday's running ot
the Belmont Stakes
Arcaro, 43-year-old veteran of
the turf, suffered a slight concus concussion,
sion, concussion, a sprained neck and a con contusion
tusion contusion of the shoulder blade when
his mount, Black Hills, broke a
shin bone and fell at the five fivesixteenths
sixteenths fivesixteenths pole.
"I really believe the helmet
saved me," Arcaro said. "If it
hadn't been for the helmet, the
horse that hit me (Lake Erie)
would have torn my head off."
Black Hills had to be destroyed,
but Lake Erie and his rider, Wal Walter
ter Walter Blum, escaped injury when
they tripped over the prostrate
Dr. Alexander Kaye, Arcaro's
physician, said the jockey will
finish recuperating at home and
may be able to resume riding in
10 days or two weeks.
First Of Weekly
Swim Meets Set
The first of the weekly swim
meets for children 6 to 6 years
of a4e will be held tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Pool. Contestants are request requested.to
ed.to requested.to report at the office by 8.45
a.m. and to bring their Pool Cards
The age group in which tbe con contestant
testant contestant will compete, will be de determined
termined determined by his or her age on
August 1, 1959. All swimmers are
reminded that .in order to be eli eligible
gible eligible for the final trophies. they
must compete in at least three of
Last year these popular meets
(lid much to stimulate the chil children's
dren's children's interest in swimminc and
proved to be excellent training for
thm larger Isthmian wid swim
The remaining four meets will
be held on Jnne 26, July 10, Ju July
ly July 17, and July 24.
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GIORGI ALTMAN, Chicago
Cubs, National League, enjoyed
his first four-tor-tour day in the
majors, June 9, when he belted a
douole and three singles while the
Cuos were deleating Cincinnati,
Giant George also came through
with one of the most spectacular
plays of the sesson at Wrigley
Field in that game.
Playing in centerfield, Altman
made a leaping catch of a drive
by Frank Thomas against the
wall in left-center in. the ninth in inning.
ning. inning. PUMPS! 1 OR IN, Minne a
polfs, Class AAA American As Association,
sociation, Association, has not been bbthered
by a batting slump that has hit
The classy second baseman rap rapped
ped rapped a double and three singles in
five trips at Indianapolis, June 8,
to boost his average on the team s
road trip to .556 for 18 times at
bat and his season mark to .316,
second only to Chuck Tanner
among Minneapolis regulars.
In addition he had blasted six
homers and pushed across 20 runs,
no to June 9.
GEORGES MARANDA, Louis LouisClass
Class LouisClass AAA American Association,
improved his mound record to 6-1
when he stopped Minneapolis, 6-3,
'Miranda, whose mark is the
best on the club, had a 2.53 ERA
at of June 9, wMch was second
best in the loop.
CURT HARDAWAY, Houston,
Class AAA American Association,
poked a sole homer against Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, June 4t to help give his
team a 6-3 victory.
The triumph was the first for
the Buffs over the Colonels in four
attempts this season.
BOB BY P R E SCOTT, Phoenix,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League,
wag still among the top ten hit hitters
ters hitters of the loop including games
of June 9, with a .321 BA.
Six of Prescott's hits were
Iroundtrippers and his RBI total
WINSTON BROWN, Sacramen Sacramento,
to, Sacramento, Class AAA PacHic Coast
League had a 4-7 record, 47 strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts and an earned-run average
of 3.00 as of June 9.
OWEN FRIEND, QP hoenix,
Class AAA Pacific Coast League,
took full advantage 'of a homer
prize offered lune .3 by The
Thunderbirds, a group of Phoenix
The Thunderbirds offered $25
for every fourmaster hit in the
game and Friend socked $50
worth. Phoenix, however, lost
8-7 to Spokane.
C LTD E PAR R IS, Montreal,
Class AAA International League,
blasted a thrte-run four-bagger
for the big blow of the game which
the Royals took 6-3 from Havana
Parris was fifth among the IL's
leading batters up to June 10,
with a .319 batting mark. His 13
homers and 51 RBI's were sec secorld,
orld, secorld, in each case by one, to Buf Buffalo's
falo's Buffalo's Frank Herrera, who led in
'those two departments.
TONY EARTIROME, Colu m mbus,
bus, mbus, Class AAA International
League, stayed with the leading
ten of the loop up to June 10,
with a .304 BA.
Little Tony had two homeruns
and 20 RBI's, as his club's lead leadoff
off leadoff hitter.
JOHN ANDERSON, Miam
Class AAA International League,
has regained his form after being
knocked out in three straight start starting
ing starting assingments.
He hUrted seven and one-third
innings of a 3-0 shutout over Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, June 7. Artie Kay came on
in the eighth when Anderson's con control
trol control wavered and saved the 28-
year old righthander's sixth win.
A week previously, Andy has
reported at Miami Stadium early
and worked with coach Lloyd
Brown and catcher Johnny Blithe.
Brown and Bucha diagnosed An Anderon's
deron's Anderon's trouble as improper leg
After 15 minutes of corrective
throwing in batting 'practice,
John was called froin the bullnen
in the second inning. He permitted
two runs in seven innings to de defeat
feat defeat Rocheater 7-6.
DICK DONNELLY, Shrev'eport.
Class AA Southern Aosociation
had an even 4-4 record including
games of June. His ERA was 3.51.
LES PEDEN, Shreveport, Class
AA Southern Association, is con concentrating
centrating concentrating most of his energies on
bech managing with the acquiii acquiiition
tion acquiiition of catcher Jack Parks, a
long ball threat.
Peden, an all-star team catcher
in 1956 with Little Rock, Class
AA Souther Association, (now de defunct)
funct) defunct) where he also piloted, now
had his team, looming as a titu titular
lar titular possibility.
Shrevepott lost 12 straight
games in April and won only sev seven
en seven of 29 to mid-May, but from
May, 16 through June 6, the reju rejuvenated
venated rejuvenated club played at a 14-6
pace, equal to that of front-running
The loop began the second half
of its f'rst split season o'"-, 1944
on June 15.
KEN HUNT, Shreveport, Class
AA Southern Aosociation. is a
tarominent newcomer to his club.
In a game at Memphis, May 23,
Hunt and receiver Jack Parks
ooth hit grand-slam homeruns.
BILL SLACK, Memphis, Class
AA Southern Association, may
break the league record of 69
mound appearances which he set
After answering manager Luke
Appling's call for a fireman six
times in a seven-day stretch, June
3-9, the chubby relief ace boasted
of having been in 27 of Memphis'
first SA games.
AIR ALLIE, Memphis, Class
AA South Association smack
ed a first-inning grand slam
homer against Birmigham, June
9, but his team still lost, 8-6.
Allie's blast led to the early kayo
of Birmigham starter Bob Miller
but Dave Reed took over to check
the losers on one run for seven
and two third-innings to pick up
CHARLIE BEAMON, Amarillo,
Class AA Texas League, posted
his third victory without a defeat,
and his second shutout, when he
set dovvn Tulsa on four hits,' 8-0,
Since joining Amarillo from Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, May 22, the former Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles righthander had
been tofiched tor three only runs,
his other whitewashing job coming
at the expense of Poza Rica. His
record, as of June 10, was 3-1.
BILL KERN, Albany, Class A
Eastern League, was pounding
the ball at a merry .340 clip ilp
to June 10, to be seventh among
the batting leaders.
Bill had five homers and 35
BILL PARSONS, Victoria, Class
AA Texas League, has been recal recalled
led recalled by Spokane. Class AAA Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Coast League.
idong The Fairwav
FT. DAVIS HOST TO
PWGA r SATURDAY
By M. DALON
The regular montly PWGA tour.
nament will be held Satutday
June 20th, at the Ft. David Gold
Club. his is the last. PWGA tour.
nament Louise Reynolds will par participate
ticipate participate in here on the Isthmus.
We ,would like a big turnout on
SiturdaT in order tojiva. Louise
10 tournament to remember.
Only eighteen lady golfers have
signed up. however, matches will
be made up on Saturday morn.
ing you wish to play and ye pot
on the following list.
Teams will start off at 8:30 a.m
Specific tee off times have not
been established so that players
may move out as soon as their
From Too 1.
Jane Huldquist, Pearl Trim.
Alyce French, Ruth Tortorricci,
tthel Perantie, Pat Waring.
Cleo Burns, Rev Diller, Helen
From Toe 2.
Eve Monteath, Helen Owens
Bobbie Hughes, Fran Twomey,
Jean Sullivan, Margaret Dalton.
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Irritations of the kidneys and bladder, in the kidneys and bladder. 2.--Helps
if these troubles make you feel old, kidneys to clean out acids and poison poisontired,
tired, poisontired, nervous and depreesed, try ous wastes from blood. 3.Soothes
Cystex today. Maybe there are germs and calms irritated Gamuts. The first
irritating the delicate tubes of your dose Cystex goes to work effec effeckidneys
kidneys effeckidneys and bladder. If these do not tively helping your kidneys and uri urifunction
function urifunction well, they require help to nary system clean out acids and irri irrikeep
keep irrikeep your blood free from acids and tating germs. Once these good results
toxins. are obtained you begin to feel much
Revitalize Your kidneys better. Get Cystex today from your
Cystex, an internal medicine of ef- drugstore and see how much better
fective action developed by The Knox you will feel tomorrow. Cystex is the
Company Laboratory, Los Angeles, offortive mOdinint for aidney and
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Shot Put Record
POMONA, Calif. (UP1)Parr)
O'Brien added a new world sho
put record to his list of track
complisnments today in one of the
,most unique "meets" in history.
Officials of the Southern Pacific
Amateur Athletic Union sa iu
O'Brien's put of 63 feet. 8 inches
six inches better than his recog recognized
nized recognized markbwould be submitted
as a national record.
Only 65 persins were on hand
for the special 'meet, but it was
enough of a crowd to "inspire"
one of the most dedicated per
formers in track annals, "Being
a ham at heart," said Parry after
the meet, "I ,don't think I could
have set the record without
The meet consisted of two
eventsthe shot put and discus
and there were only four entries
in the competition. But Alex Pe Petrie
trie Petrie and Tim Owens, records
chairmen for the Southern Pacific
district of the AAU, said every everything
thing everything was in order and O'Brien's
tremendous heave met all require requirements
ments requirements for a record.
Absent from the meet was
Parry'sNo. 1 rival, teenager Dal Dallas
las Dallas Long of Phoenix, Ariz., and
the University of Southern Cali California
fornia California striders.
Long earlier this year pushed
the 18-pound ball 83 feet. 2 inches
to equal the standing record. La Later.
ter. Later. he hit 63 feet 7 inches.
But the latter performance was
not recognized because Long
achieved it on his 'seventh attempt
instead of within the six pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by international regula regulations.
tions. regulations. 'Nostalgia' Caused
By MERTON D. PERRY
Manager John Me Hale of the MI MIwaukee
waukee MIwaukee Braves said today he felt
manager' Fred Haney was in a
"nostalgic mood" when he talked
of retiring at the end of this sea season.
son. season. "I hope he doesn't. He's a fine
manager and a fine fellow," Mc.
Hale said, "and he hasn't reached
the retirement age. I think Fred
was just in that kind of a mood.
He, had just seen his 'mother, 92,
and his grandchildren and possi possibly
bly possibly telt blue and nostalgic."
Haney made the retirement
comment Monday at a luncheon in
Los Angeles, which was held in
his honor to announce his appoint appointment
ment appointment as vice president of the
Studio City Bank of -San Fernando
"If at the 'end of 'this season I
feel the same as I do now, this
may be my last season," Haney
Ite indicated he would like to
settle down in Los Angeles his
hometown, but added he hadn't
consulted with the Braves' man management.
agement. management. He said he would not
consider any other baseball at attachment.
tachment. attachment. "If I want to stay in baseball
I'll stay where I am," HAney
said. "Milwaukee is a wondeilul
town and I've been very hapny
there.' His statements left little
doubt that he was tired of the
Iong road trips and the many
months away from home.
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ON SATURDAY THE 20th WE WILL BE OPEN AT THE
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able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room. din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, ant kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Crests. Avenida fold Gabriel
Duque No. 32.
SACRAMENTO SIGNS HUNT
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Ronald Hunt, an 18-year-old third
baseman from St. Anne's, Mo.,
has signed a contract with the
Milwaukee Braves' Sacramento
affiHato in the Pacific Coast
League. He will be optioned t.)
McCook of tile Nebraska League.
section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
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Phone 3-4914 3-4935
Ali Types of Auto Insurance
TROTTERS TO VISIT RUSSIA
CHICAGO (UPI )Soviet offi officials
cials officials have assured Abe Saperstein
that his Harlem Globetrotters bas basketball
ketball basketball team could visit Russia
this summer for a week. The
Trotters will not play a Russian
squad in Moscow. Their opponents
will be the San Francisco Chinese
ileam which they have been play playino
ino playino on their current European
FOR SALE:-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition,
dition, condition, S575.00. Till. 3-7367.
FOR SALE:Leaying Isthmus,
must sacrifice beautiful 57 Dodge
Sweptwing hardtop, this ear is
excellent. Any reasonable offer.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, sport cp. $900.00. Call
FOR SALE:--Leaving, must sell
1950 Oldsmobile. by.. may be
seen at East bridge gate. Gatun
locks, days, 8049-A, Margarita.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Biscayne, 4 door sedan. two tone
with white wall nylon tires. ra radio,
dio, radio, hydramatic transmission,
Perfect condition, duty free. Call
Panama 3-7665, between 7:30
a.m. and 9:10 a.m.
FOR SALE:-1959 Dodge two
door, hardtop, white yiall tires,
two tone. 5-169 Oaten.
Morris Minor 1958 only 2,000
miles showroom condition
51,300. 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. Pat' cask
difference. Call Quarry Heights
FOR SALEr--1951 Buick S325
or best cash offer. 1 Rattan chair
and stool. 1 dining table. 1 play
Pen and Dad. Balboa 2-4337.
FOR SALE:-1959 Ford VII 4-
door Hardtop Goiania, many
extras. House 1511-A Ake'
FOR SALE: 53 Volkswagen
$1400.00. Phone office Balboa
4324. home 4 to 5 p.m. 2497.
FOR SALE:Or trade for Opel or
Vauxhall. 1958 Chevrolet, station
wagon 3-2821, Cristobal.
FOR SALE:-1958 Ooel 7,200
miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE: English Ford
Anglia 1957, 2-door, 868 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Minim
hardtop, auto tune., radio. wow,
TV, Radios, Hi-FI Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. WO
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 111-20. Tel 2-1905.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your home end proper property
ty property against insect damag e.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boats & Motors I
FOR SALE: Ne.wportor 409
Ketch 65 groymarine, completely
fiberglassedradiotelephone. di direction
rection direction finder, Depth Indicator.
automatic pilot, 2 suits sails.
Ready to cruise, including sex sextant,
tant, sextant, maps and d goods.
522,500. Phone Balboa 2693, 9
to 5 or see at Balboa Yacht Club.
FOR 541$ w... Runabout 13 ft..
15 h p. EvInsude, controls, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, trailer, complete S400.
Call Clayton 2281.
FOR SALE:-16' boat with cabin
$50; 25 hp. Johnson S150; plus
accessories, phone Albrook, duty
7177. home 3223.
ST. PAUL, Minn.Joey Giar Giardello,
dello, Giardello, 161, New York, knocked out
Del Flanagan, 16112, St. Paul (1).
MILWAUKEE, Wis.Billy Bes Besmanoff,
manoff, Besmanoff, 200, Milwaukee, outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed Mike de John, 207, Syracuse,
SACRAMENTO, Calif.Joey Lo Lopes,
pes, Lopes, 133, Sacramento, Calif., vs.
Lauro Sa las, 135, I A) S Angeles
no decision, referee stopped bout
after 9th when Salas unable to
continue because of low blow.
LIBERTY TV PACT SIGNED
NEW YORK (UPI)--A five-year
radio and television contract has
been signed I, the Liberty Bowl
Assn. and NBC. The first Libery
Bowl game, between the East's
number on. team and a top team
from another section, will be
played in Philadelphia, Dec. lg.
FOR SALE:Store He. 1062 Rie
Abaio, equipment, ice box, slicer,
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer
washer with pump and agitator
action. Very pood. $50.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE:G.E. Deluxe clothes
dryer, excellent condition, 3100.
larts. 30, Albrook 3193.
FOR SALE:--Brand new Phi Ice
Stereophonic Record Player. $90.
Won at Bingo. May be soon at
QM. 310A, Albrook APB or for
information call 86-3285.
FOR SALE:Stereophonic Rec Records.
ords. Records. Classical and popular.. A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No.
FOR SALE:--G.E. wringer wash washer.
er. washer. good condition. $40. 3-1773.
FOR SALE:Sale Saturday 9130
a.m. Chevrolet. Radio record
player. Radio. Furniture. Books.
Encyclopedia. Engeneering, ma machinists,
chinists, machinists, Navigator books. Tools.
Instruments. Carpenters tools,
Boat-building material. Tools.
Washing machines. Odds and
ends. Many moton, AC-DC. All
dirt chea p. 657-8 Curund
Heights. Phone 3118, Crundu.
FOR SALE:T.V. RCA "21",
$165.00, RCA, Hi-Fi, S125.00
at Almacen Punta 4. Phan 2-
Special Offers I
TELEVISION, technicfan. Ex Experienced.
perienced. Experienced. If you want a eood
salary with good working con conditions
ditions conditions phone Miss Towns ley for
appointment. Panama 2-3142.
Shorthand, experience. SELEC SELECCION
CION SELECCION DE PERCONAL, Peikard's
Building. Tel. 2-2737 and 2-
WANTED: Accountant with
experience. Good references. SE SELEMON
LEMON SELEMON DE PERSON'AL, Peik Peikard's
ard's Peikard's Building, Tel. 2-2717 and
Airport Ald BM
Gets Senate OK
After Veto Threat
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Democratic controlled Congress,
smarting under GOP 413 u d ge t
busting" charges, retreated under
threat of a presidential veto
Wednesday and approved a sharplv-reduced
airport aid bill.
The stop-gap 126 million dollar
measure, passed first by t h e
House and then by the Senate,
falls far short of the 465 million
dollar program approved by the
Senate and the 297 million dollar
plan first okayed by the House.
In the final version, the Senate
concurred in a House amendment
which tightened a ban against use
of federal funds for cocktail
lounges or other airport terminal
facilities not vital to the safety,
comfort or convenience of passen passengers.
gers. passengers. The House approved the bill by
a standing vote of 164-37. It swept
through the Senate on a voice
vote. The measure would continue
federal grants for airport expan expansion
sion expansion for two more years at their
present level of 83 million dollars
The action marked the second
time during the day that congres congressional
sional congressional Democrats reversed them
TVs 1$64,000 Question' Is
Gone, But Not MC Hal March
NEW YORK (UPIIWhen "The
$64,000 Question" popped back
into the news last week in con connection
nection connection with the probe of now de defunct
funct defunct TV quiz shows, the thought
occurred that Hal March seemed
to have dropped out of the TV
picture rather completely since
the program's sudden demist last
But it wasn't difficult to locate
the former master of ceremonies
who had as much air exposure
and publicity as anyone over the
three seasons that "Question" was
current. Ile was found in the
Booth Theater in Times Square,
rehearsing a stage play.
"This is the most satisfying
thing I've ever undertaken, no
matter how I make out," said
March of his preparations to suc succeed
ceed succeed Dana Andrews June 29 as
leading man of the successful
"Two For The Seesaw."
"And it involves the hardest
work I've ever done in show bus buslines&
lines& buslines& This is no ordinary play
and character. You can't just get
up in your lines, walk on stage
and go through the essential mq mqfirms.
firms. mqfirms. "You have to get inside this
character, which is a most com complex
plex complex one. I find myself having to
apologize to my wife at home
When I arrive after a day of re rehearsals
hearsals rehearsals because I'm so preoccu preoccupied
pied preoccupied with this job that I'm in inclined
clined inclined to ignore the family.
"I tell her she just has to un understand
derstand understand l'ow jmportant this is to
us, that it's something I have to
do. Fortunately, she does under understand."
stand." understand." March has made a couple of
Trunk, "Oshkosh" large war.
limbo, good condition $40.
Fan. "Hunter" raversible window
modni stood on yaar $60.
Divan, twe chairs ophoistornd
foam rubber cushions may be
used sap ly er together 670.
FOR SALE: General Electrie
mobile maid Cashwasher, 60 yr yrcle,
cle, yrcle, in excellent condition. Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 4172. 1
FOR SALE:---Usod 3 months,
four piece, livingroom sof, 6250.
Girls 26" bike, now tiros, VS.
2-4338, 460 Ancon.
FOR SALE:--7 pioce mahogany
bedroom suite, 4 months old
S200.00. Phone 4-0608.
FOR SALEt-11 cu. ft., Serval
refrigerator, freezer top. Houle
5507-A Diablo $175.00.
FOR SALE:.1957 Kenmore De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe dryer. 8175.00, or best of offer.
fer. offer. Albrook 86-1102. Excellent
FOR SALE:Washor Kolvinator
automatic. Almost now, sail
FOR SALE:Urgent. due to trip.
Modern sofa, $80.00. Arm chair,
$40.00. Heater, 40 gallons $30.
43rd street No. 19. Phone 3-
Grand Jury Indicts
2 Truck Companies
NEW YORK (UPDA, 25-man
grand jury yesterday indicted
ex-Teamsters boss Dave Beck on
charges of illegally accepting
$200,000 from two trucking comPa comPanies.
nies. comPanies. In an unusual move, the jury
also charged the companies of vio violating
lating violating the law by giving Beek
Named with Beck in an indict indictment
ment indictment stemming from a congres congressional
sional congressional investigation of labor-mac.
agement relations were Roy Frull;,
hauf, president of the Fruehatif
Trailer Co., and Burge SeymOur,
president of Associated Transport,
Both aompanies also were
named, along with Associated
Transport's subsidiary, Brown
Equipment and Manufacturing Co.
The intlictment charged that
Beck approached the eompany of officials
ficials officials in New York in June, 1954,
and asked them for $200,000. The
men gave Beck the money on the
same day without ever asking
why he wanted it, the indictment
All those charged were accused
of violating the Taft-Hartley Law,
which forbids a union to take
money from management and
atso bans payment by an employ employer
er employer to a union official.
Authorities said the indictment
was unusual in that it named
both tile alleged recipient and
All weie 'scheduled to plead .to
tbe indictment on June 24. Convic Conviction
tion Conviction could bring a fine of $10,000
and a year in prison for each de defendant.
fendant. defendant. selves on original spending plans.
Earlier the House approved and
sent to the President a scaled scaleddown
down scaleddown GI housing bill.
Some liberal Democrats w er e
unhappy about the turn of events.
They grumbled tihat congress
was now scuttling the liberal rec record
ord record they had hoped to write on
TV film dramas since last fall,
but he has made no special ef effort
fort effort to work in television.
"I've turned down a number of
panel and hosting offers," he
said, "because I feel that I've got
to reestablish myself as an actor,
and the stage is the best place to
do it. You know, I acted for years
in night clubs, vaudeville, .burles .burlesclue,
clue, .burlesclue, radio and teletrision before
I webt on 'The $64,000 Question' :
"I'll always appreciate the big.
money and attention that program
brought me, but I knew all along
that I couldn't be happy with that
isort of work forever. When the
show was taken off the air, I was
,actually glad to be free to do
'what I wanted."
March was on hig way to Broad Broadway
way Broadway early this year as leading
man of a new comedy, "The
Golden Fleecing," but a shift In
directors and other difficulties
caused the play to be abandoned
in rehearsals. March then signed
for a season's tour In "Two For
The Seesaw" beginning next Sep September,
tember, September, but when the producer
decided to keep the play going in
New York through the aummer
despite the conclusion of Andrews'
Contract, March eagerly accepted
the chance to take over right
March, by the way, has a new
nose that "The $64.000 Question"
fans never saw. He had had a
broken nose profile from his
Youth that gave him a rather dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive appearance. The repair
lob was so skillful that it gave
him physical comfort without al altering
tering altering his looks
FOR SA1.1:.4.ete SOO and 1.000
meters, In the Num" Hipadrente
Urbanisatioir ammo the Remo
Racetrack. lets with Mt
fronts. sew's. water main and
electricity. Cell W. Mc Barnett.
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT:
Beautiful residence, 4 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingroom, dining dining'own,
'own, dining'own, closed recreation porch,
library, pantry, large kitchen,
garden, lovely terrace, hot water,
maid's room with bathroom, gar garage.
age. garage. Call 2-2510.
FOR Parma Lefevre,
C Street, let 1,500 square meters
a $3.00 a meter. CASH. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-5079 Mr. Didier.
FOR SALLComfortable anew.
try home completely furnished;
4735 so. meters of laewl; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec electric
tric electric plant; new refrigerator etc,
at Gorgon. Beach. 50 miles from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Terms
Accepted. Can be inspected every
Sunday, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner) or call Telephones: 2-
4924 or 3-6376. Panami, for
Die As Fire Guts
1 CHICAGO (11131)--Five children
died yesterday in flames which
swept a Negro slum apartment
building described as a "firetrap"
and a 'catacomb."
Three dead brothers were found
crushed under a collapsed ceiling
in a fourth floor apartment. A
brother and sister perished in a
third floor room.
Officials said the four story,
brick building had been cited Ply
141 fire, building and health code
violations. The 82 warren like
apartments contained 300 persons
and were managed by a 17-yearold
boy who lived on the prem premises.
ises. premises. Coroner Walter McCarron
called the building "strictly a cat catacomb"
acomb" catacomb" in which the tenants
were packed "like cattle."
The accumulation of filth in the
building made it "a firetrap, one
of the worst I've seen in years,"
McCarron said. I
Three of the dead children were
the sons of, Mrs; Robbie Yarbor Yarborough,
ough, Yarborough, who paid 419-a-week rent
for two rooms without toilet or
kitchen facilities. The boys were
Samuel 9; Rickey, 3, and Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, 2. Five other Yarborough
The two other dead children
were Mary Morris, 5, and her 1-
I month-old brother, Willie.
1 The Morris children's father,
William, 25, led his pregnant
wile, Mignolia, 30, and seven ott otter
er otter children to the ground by a
The fire apparently started at
the rear of the fourth floor and
caused damage estimated at close
Suicide PI TV's
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Friend's
and business associates of actor
George (Superman) Reeves were
Wiggled today by his suicide.
They conceded he had been
having trouble getting television
roles outside his typed "Super "Superman"
man" "Superman" part but said he had been
enthusiastic about a planned trip
to Australia which he had expec expected
ted expected to be a profitable one.
Reeves was to have been mar
ried Friday. He had been sched scheduled
uled scheduled to box two rounds today in ari
exhibition match with light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion Archie ,Moore.
Reeves, 45, shot and killed him himself
self himself early Tuesday at his Belie.
diet Canyon home.
Police attributed his act to des despondency
pondency despondency over unemployment
he had been typed as 'Superman"
au) found difficulty gett4ng other
rolesand a former girl friend
who had been phoning him in incessantly.
cessantly. incessantly. But twelve hours before he
killed himself with a Luger piRtol,
Reeves told Henry Gris, a United
Press International reporter that
he was happy about plans to go to
"I want to go," he said. "I
think we'll have a ball down un underI,
derI, underI, my judo partner with
whom I have an act, and my
bride. Leonore (Lemmon) and I
are getting married Friday.'
Gris figured Reeves would have
made S20,000 on his Australian
tour. He said Reeves added that
he might like to go to Japan, too,
where the "Superman" TV series
is doing wen.
Carol von Ronkel, a longtime
personal friend of the actor, sald
Reeves' moods varied.
"The truth is that Sperman
"The truth is that Superman
was a pussycat," she said. "All
who knew him men as well as
women--wanted to cuddle him
and care for him. He was a like
a puppy doghappy one minute
and worried sick the next."
MENZIES IN GERMANY
BONN. Germany (UPI) AMR AMRtrallan
trallan AMRtrallan Prime Minister Robert G.
Menzies will arrive here Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for a brie( visit which will
include a talk with chancellor
Konrad Adenauer, it was an announced
nounced announced Monday.
NEW YORK (UPI) Any fur further
ther further real weakness in good stocks
would lead to a fair amount of
mutual fund buying, says L. O.
Hooper, analyst for W. E. Hutton
and Co. He reasons the correction
already has accomplished a great
deal for the market and it in increases
creases increases the probability of the tra traditional
ditional traditional mid-summer strength.
The market shows strong under underlying
lying underlying support and it seems that
this latent buying power wili soon
make it self felt again in a strong
recovery movement, according to
Martin Gilbert, analyst for Van
Alstyne. Noel and Co.
Monsanto Chemical's 1959 Prof Profits
its Profits should approximate $2.75- a
share, against 51.55- last y a r,
says Bache and Co.
'fields on good grade stocks
have by now dropped well belovi
the yields on high-grade bonds, a
situation that carries unfavorable
implications for the stock market,
says Arthur Wiesenberg and Co.
New Trial; Charges
Lamer Was Drunk
WASHIMGTON (UPI) Mass
slayer Charles Starkweather ask asked
ed asked the Supreme Court Wednesday
to overturn his murder convicticti
on grounds that a federal court
refused to examine a claim that
his original lawyer was drunk at
a pre-trial interview.
Starkweather's Washington law lawyers
yers lawyers told the court the 20-year-old
confessed killer of 11 persons was
not adequately defended last ytar
when he was sen.tenced to die for
the murder of one of his victims.
They also charged that "inflam "inflammatory"
matory" "inflammatory" newspape stories about
Starkweather's two-day sPree of
killing made it impoesible for
him to get a fair trial at Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Neb., where several of the
Starkweather was scheduled to
go to the electric chair last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. But Supreme Court Justice
Charles E. Whittaker granted him
his fourth stay of execution. The
court,,will decide whether to give
Starkwetither a full hearing. If it
turns him down, Nebraska author authorities
ities authorities will be free to carry out the
Starkweather bad raised tilt
charge that his first court ap appointed
pointed appointed lawyer was drunk when
he appealed his state court con conviction
viction conviction to a federal district judge.
The federal judge turned him
down without a hearing on the allegation.
Industry, Union Get Down
To Business On Steel Talks
NEW YORK (UPDBoth indus industry
try industry and union representatives in indicated
dicated indicated yesterday a desire to
get down to business i4 negotia negotiations
tions negotiations aimed at averting a nation nationwide
wide nationwide steel strike at midnight
David J. McDonald, president of
the United Steelworkers of Amer America,
ica, America, and R. Conrad Cooper, man management's
agement's management's chief negotiator,
showed a more friendly attitude
than usual at a joint news con conference
ference conference held shortjy, after they
had submitted 'a '.'peOgress re report"
port" report" to company and local un union
ion union bargaining representatives at
a private meeting in the ball ballroom
room ballroom of the Roosevelt Hotel.
The positions of McDonald and
Cooper remained as firm as ever
on the main issues, but Cooper
said it was "good news" that a
procedural issue, which had bnen
blocking negotiations, had been
resolved on a mutually satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory basis.
In Washington, meanwhile,
President Eisenhower rejected at
his news conference suggestions
that he call steel labor and indus industry
try industry spokesmen to the White House
in an effort to help them reach v
wage settlement. He displayed in interest,
terest, interest, howeyer, in a suggestion
that the government lay out its
own statement' of facts in the
steel dispute- for the benefit of
McDonald totild' newsmen that
industry negotiators should re realize
alize realize that "the industry's zho zhominus
minus zhominus wage freeze proposal and
its June 10 'take-away-our-rights'
proposal are totally unacceptable
to the steel workers."
"The industry should now re realize,"
alize," realize," said McDonald, "that in a
year of economic progress tor
the steel industry, it is completely
unrealistic to deny a reasonable
share of this progress to the steel
"The steel workers ask no
more than this. They will accept
no less. There will be no backward
Cooperisaid that in light of Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's statement he wanted to
mak,. some observations
"We don't want a strike, and
, 01 exert every effort to avoid
le." Cooper said.
He added, however, that in re renorting
norting renorting yesterday morrning on
he progress of negotiations to
135 men representing local bar bargaining
gaining bargaining committees fre all 12
NEW YORK, June 18 (UPI)
Stocks met new support today
and extended yesterday's w i d e
gain. Trading was moderate.
ACP' Ind '- 50b
Allegheny Corp 1113
ikluminium Ltd 33
Amer Cyanamid S512
Amer Motors 40
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper '64
Arkansas Fuel 34
AVCO Mfg 15
' Beth Steel 537s
Bettinger Corp 107Aib
Bicroft Uranium 51b
British Pet 1 15-16
Canadian Eagle 10b
Cerro de Pasco 39141)
Chicago Great West 42b
Cities Service 53
Coastal Carib I
Colorado Fuel .27 Vs.
Creole Pet 49
Crown Cork and Seal 83b
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont 250
El Paso Natural Gill 32
Fairchild Engine 7
Fargo Oil 1
Felmont Pot 1 6
General Dynamics 56
General Electric 80
General Motors 50
General Plywood 25
Gulf Oil 109b
Harsco Steel 40
Hayden Newport 17114
Howe Sound 17 18
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 348b
Montrose Chem IN
New Eng Tel and Yet 164
Northrop Air 35
Olin Mathieson BO
Pan Israel 5-16),
Phillips Pet 45
Pure Oil 40
Reynold 11 etat se
Royal Dutth Shell 41
San Jacinto 1 frib
Servo Corp 1 16b
Shell Transp ISA
Signal Oil and the 36b
Sinclair Oil 38
Socony Mobile 4414e
Sperry Rand 36k
Standard Oil NI 50
Sterling Precision ilb
Superior Oil ms
Texas Milt Prods 32
United Canso ON rab
US Rubber 62
US Steel, DM
Westinghouse Else 91
Wheeling Steel 62
companies, "we geld die tempo temponies
nies temponies must resist any further em employment
ployment employment cost increases."
The meeting-behind closed doors
yesterday morning hsted an
hour and a half and adjourned at
Shortly after I p.m., company
stid local union bargaining rep representatives
resentatives representatives began carrying es
discussions in 12 separate meet meetings
ings meetings in the hotel. These discus.
sions were expected te be con.
And at 10 cin. tomorrow Om
four-man negotiating leamsliead
ed by McDonald and Cooper wit!
resume their eollective bargaininj
TO COACH BRITISH WOMEN
LONDON (UPDDoris Hart el
Coral Gables, Fla., 1951 Math le
don tennis champion, will coach
British women in their effort te
retain the Wightman Cup. Reitair
won the trophy from the United
States last year, after being ea
the losing end for 211' years.
SOX RELEASE ENNIS
CHICAGO (UPI)---The Chicago
White Sox trimmed their player
roster down to 25 Tuesday by re
leasing outfield Del Ennis. The 34,
year-old Ennis, who has played
for the Philadelphia Phil lies and
St. Louis Cardinals, was obtained
in a trade from Cincinnati Ma" l
TO LEAVE HOSPITAL
ROCHESTER, Minn. (UP11)
Leo Durocher,. who undernni
surgery Monday for a kidney
ment, will leave Methodist Hos
tal in a few days.
. ft '. M ft.
LIGHTNING FAST READER
NEW YORK (UPI) A nay
computer is being built that will
go through more than three mil,
lion health insurance contracti
at leest twice a day to find and
handle the. 65 thousand on Web
action must be taken daily.
The computer, which Caa
"read"' at' the rate of 410,00,11,
innents a minute, will go to
for Blue Cross in the metroW'
tan New York area. It is ber4
built at the Minneapolis Haag
well's Deamatio plant la Bost
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1959
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BUT (TWILL ALL KOK
OUT OF HERE BEFORE
THE TURKS THKNt
5H0UL7 AT LEAST KNOW
WHO! RESPONSIBLE FOR i
Perils of Parenthood
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crops. The Corbehem, France, structure is the biggest silo
ever built on the Continent. It can hold 25,000 tons of sugar.
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Today'i JV Program
S OO CTN NEWS
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.1 .ID Christophers,
4:M Mr. Wlird
5:00 Shn-lff of Cochise
7:00 Got Show
S 00 Tennessee Ernie Ford
8 .10 r.llerv Queen
9 30 Price Is Right
10 no right o the Week
1100 CFN NEWS
11 15 Enc: Pttrlre Munnel and
Courtesy of Aerovlat Panama Airways
PHONES: FANAMA: 3-1057 3-1 698, 3-1699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Jehovah's Witnesses Claim
Rights Denied In Argentina
The Panama congregation of
Iehovah's Witnesses learned last
night that Jehovah's Witnesses )n
Argentina have been denied their,
constitutional rights of free as-1
aembly and worship, it was an ansounced
sounced ansounced today.
A vote of protest was taken and:
plans discussed to petition the Ar-1
gentine government to correct the
restrictions laid on the group's
According to Raper, two appli appliLittle
Little appliLittle League 'cations for recognitian had been
denied by the Ministru of Worship,
a department of the government
formed by Peron to control the re registry
gistry registry of all non-Catholic religions
Girls 12, Boys 10
in the country.
Two futile appeals,. also haNi
been made to the present govern govern.
. govern. TWenty-two babies, 12 girls and ment to rescind the order denying
10 boys, were born at Gorgas hos- Jehovah's Witnesses the right to
.pital during the week which end- register. The latest appeal was
ed Monday, according to the hos- made following a new. decree
pital report During this same signed by President Arturo Frcm
period, 184 patients were admit- dizi on Feb, 6, giving non-Cathol
ted am. 169 were discharged. ic religions full right to worship
Parents of the girls are Ale God as guaranteed by Article 14
and Mrs. C. G. Blankenship of of the Argentine constitution.
Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bar Barrett
rett Barrett of Gamboa: Mr. and Mrs. Raper siad the more than MOO
Jehovah's Witnesses in Argentina
D. J. Connor of Gamboa; Mr and
began circulating a petition ad adMrs.
Mrs. adMrs. W. A. Violette, of Panama;
dressed to the Argentine President
T-Sgt. and Mrs. W. E. Bradford,
requesting recognition under the
Jr. of Albrook Mr. and Mrs. G.
new, liberal provision Whis gov govD.
D. govD. Vidson of Panama; Mr. anu
ernment The neighboring coun counMrs.
Mrs. counMrs. C. A. Smith of Paraiso, Mr.
, tries of Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay
and Mrs. C. Herman of Panama:
and Uruguay are circulating simi simiPfc.
Pfc. simiPfc. and Mrs. H. D. Marks of Pa Palar
lar Palar petitions to aequaint. the peo
nama; T-Sgt. and Mrs. F. Pala Palapie
pie Palapie of those contries, as mei as
cios of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs.
Frondizi, with the condition that
D. G. Roper of Panama; and S Sexists
exists Sexists c,,,t and Mrc R G Green of Lo- in Argentina.
TWenty-two babies, 12 girls and
' 10 boys, were born at Gorgas hos hos.
. hos. pital during the week which end ended
ed ended Monday, according to the hos hospital
pital hospital report During this same
, period, 184 patients were admit admitted
ted admitted am. 169 were discharged.
Parents of the girls are Ale
and Mrs. C. G. Blankenship of
Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bar Barrett
rett Barrett of Gamboa; Mr. and Airs.
D. J. Connor of Gamboa; Mr and
Mrs. W. A. Violette, of Panama;
T-Sgt. and Mrs. W. E. Bradford,
Jr. of Albrook Mr. and Mrs. G.
D. Vidson of Panama; Mr. anu
Mrs. C. A. Smith of Paraiso, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Herman of Panama:
Pfc. and Mrs. H. D. Marks of Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; T-Sgt. and Mrs. F. Pala Palacios
cios Palacios of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs.
D. G. Roper of Panama; and S SSgt,
Sgt, SSgt, and Mrs. R. G. Green of Lo Locona.
cona. Locona. The boys were born to Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Dumanoir of Panama.
Mr. and Airs. M. C. Lane, of Cu Curundu;
rundu; Curundu; Pfc. and'Mrs. G. B. Moye
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Rouse of Panama S-Sgt. and
Mrs. T. J. Woodyard, of Albrook;
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gyle, of Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miiguel; Sp4 and Mrs. R C.
Holden of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
James McDougall of Panama;
Mr. and Mrs. W. Sterling, of Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; and Sgt. and Mrs. F. R.
Gnsy of Cocoli.
Weather Or Not I
This weather report for th3 24
hours ending It a. in. today is
ptepared by the Meteorological
sad Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
High 84 86
LOW. 96 93
High 96 93
Low 71 75
(max. mph) S-10 SE-13
RAIN (inches) T 0
(Inner harbors) 83 8
Gatun Lake 8316
Madden Dam 216.53
FRIDAY, JUNE 19
1:55 cm 15.5 ft.
2:14 p.m 16.8 ft.
0:12 cm 1.2 ft.
8:16 p.m -0.3 ft.
A GREAT RELEASE!
as Frani von Werra
'The teat story of o Ger
men officer who fooled
, the English Army!
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Shows 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00
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aBillitthweheninigtrfeidniaelnlytscaomf eaoffiirtelinicihd pwiaolkoledinouetacwhithhanhdis bands up, a onlyfriend the orphaned broth- CUL1J 111,11L CM 111LA-Nal WillOw moo
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John told some of his own story She described them as "friend- Attu U e
.b t d To Warmer Ocean Water ffgeseant.twfoorytehaer L lu dvote. Climax- kowtows saadavanieal!
,,emploalasseas al MSS
with O'Don O'Don..
.. O'Don.. nell, she charged recently that -dik
Brigitte and Jacques had tried to to police at troon headquarters ly and nice to me and my child." We The Laught-And-twee
the Air Force personnel chief
..,,14,ta,. keep it a secret, and they succeed. here. Ile said William had shot But she sobbed "it was best Ilk et The Seuen!
attempted to "smear" her re:)u-
ed up to a point, But the word noliceman James F. 'Kane nearly this wav, because the more des desgot
got desgot out when they arrived at the two Weeks 8 1ZO when Kane caught nerate those boys got. the more SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Ma wino patterns which have brougnt tation.
icily hall of this small town near they would have killed." rine seieutists warned today that les!) upwelling of cold wlier Iva. 1
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On Bus Transport mama ': -r6 most popular of the EuroPean Coastal waters, which for gen. a ailyer Carnegie medal for hero- Art ..
The teal story of o Ger- countries, with visits from some cretins were too gold for Mt kill- ically ignoring her own danger, Ine
'. mon officer who fooled TODD'S I -..
The Paraiso Civic Council will IA' 381,000 Americans. The U n 1 t e d et 'fish, have grown sis degrees swimming to Kogler and bringing '
hold its regular monthly meeting Kingdom was second with 38,000 w:,rmer ;n tee last WO year; sel- him in to the beach, where he. .. .'
. i the English Army! et the Phraiso High School on this n visitors from the United States. enlists said died of him wounds. t
, evenin at 8:00 o'clock. 1:,.s. eij Ai '.,,
' Italy was third with 314,000 "Just hoe', this nail taken place Robert Pamperin, 33, disap- .1., 04-:) .Z":4 ,,A 14111 ,,, t cl
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- , p' 7.75 AO Resi ents have been asked' to theyaka' American e"tors but first 'in the is wha:. were ,a0 trying to fli peered, leaving no trace but ; ,4, .. -'s,....., et, '''
attend in order that the commit- tal
amount of money they spent out." nne.-. 3. F. T. Sauer 1, .. blood, last Sun ay after a fellow ...,., n --'1,-.1 -0" ..3
tee on bus transportation will be ,,,,.
about 100 million dollars. The Fish and Wildlife Service ocean skin diver reported seeing a huge ----.'--. -'), .'f le: ,...
, bows 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 11180 aStgS
able to gather information for,a overage visitor Anent Alt in Italy ogtapher At Stant brd Univeit'ty. shark seize the middle of his body Usa,,, ,,, i; I., .j, ,,, , ',,,i
special meeting with all the Pail- enmesreft u;, "- "niled 4ome .;11,ntists believe lt, has in water,' off La Jolla, 400 miles
' 1 ''' fic Councils. Kingdom and 3242 is France. been caused by a shift in Pacific south of here.
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A. V. Raper, the local congre congregation's
gation's congregation's presiding minister, said
that although many liberal ad advancements
vancements advancements have been made by bythe
the bythe present Argentine government
that ousted the dictatorial Peron
regime, a few non-Catiolic re religious
ligious religious groups that were declared
illegal by Peron have yet to be
recognized by Argentine's consti constitutional
tutional constitutional president, Arturo Frcndi Frcndizi.
zi. Frcndizi. Now-Sociable Social
Clubs To Enfrain
For Colon Sunday
A special Father's Day train
that was almost twins will leave
as a single Sunday for Colon.
Aboard will be holidaying mem members
bers members of two Pacific-side social
clubs who aroused local interest
for nearly two weeks when they
could not agree to ride the same
train across the Isthmus.
But all is sublime now and
members of the Pacific Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Social and Sporting Club
and of the Club Altamira will
depart at 12:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Club Altaritira Will. bold a
Father's Day program it Abel
Bravo School at 3 p.m. Panama's
Minister of Government and Jus Justice
tice Justice Jose D. Bazan will be honor honored
ed honored guest.
Program speaker will be Canal
Zone educator Ashton Parchment,
who recently returned to the Isth
mus from four years of study in
the United States.
A prize fight Sunday night at
the Colon Arena between Mexi Mexican
can Mexican featherweight champion Victor
Manuel Quijano and Panama king
Jesus Santamaria will climax the
Father's Day program.
Participants in the outing may
obtain train .tickets for,Abe round
trip from any club' .memi,er.
club directors said. They advised
Gamboa residents to get their
tickets early since a limited num number
ber number are available at the Gamboa
Panama Bailroad tickets will
not be honored, officials aid. The
train is scheduled toe leave-Colon
at 12:30 a.m.
In Village Wedding
LOUVECIENNES, Farnce, June
18 (UPI) Brigitte Bardot,
France's famed movie star better
known as the "sex kitten," was
married today to French actor
Jacques Charrier in a ceremony
marked by tears, smiles and a mob
scene hy photographera
It was Brigitte's second mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Jacques' first. Both are 23.
Rumors about the marriage had
blown hot and cold for five days.
But when it finally came off, it had
all the ingredients of a French
Brigitte and Jacques had tried to
keep it a secret, and they succeed succeeded
ed succeeded up to a point, But the word
got out when they arrived at the
city hall of this small town near
Versailles, 20 miles south of Paris.
The young couple had been vaca vacationing
tioning vacationing with Brigitte's mother at
St. Tropez on the Riviera. When
asked by reporters there if they
were married, they kept things
confused by sometimes saying
"yes" and then again "no."
Last night, Brigitte's handsome
mother went so far as to say sol solemnly
emnly solemnly that the young pair was
married June 5. But no one could
find the records.
On Bus Transport
The Paraiso Civic Council will
hold its regular monthly meeting
at the Phraiso High School on this
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
Residents have been asked' to
attend in order that the commit-,
tee on bus transportation will be
able to gather information far:44
special meeting with all the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Councils.
Read starr-on Lpaga
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HELD 10 DAYS BY COP KILLERS William Bedgewick,. 49,,
of Philadelphia, recuperates in a MieldlAboro, Mang hospital
after being abandoned )yy two brothers atter, ,the "killing
of a Philadelphia policeman. Sedgewick had,been taken ,as
hostage 10 days earlier by Williain and JohnCoyle.
Coyle Brothers Lose War
With Society; One Killed
The notorious Coyle brothers of
Philadelphia lost their war with
society yesterday in a 90-second
gun battle in which the younger
brother was fatally wounded.
Forty rounds of police -attuiltnition
were fired into a thicket on
the fringe of a cranberry bog. Ten
of them riddled the body of Wil William
liam William Coyle, 22, named by his
brother as killer of a Philadelphia
His brother, John, 24, calmly
surrendered.. As ,police:, stripped
and searched him on the spot,
John said, "You can't win 'em
Then he watched his kid brother
being carried away on a stretcher
to St. Luke's Hospital where he
died on the operating table 90
The surrender came at 8:50
a.m. nearly 48 hours, after the
brothers had robbed a pack-age
store of 850 and retreated to their
woodland hideout with the loot.
William died at 10:20 cm.
The list of crimes charged to
die brothers reads like a bad
dream. State Police Lt. Michael
Cullinane said John told him they
had vowed to shoot "ahyone who
gets in our way."
Police said they were wanted
for a Dec. 26 supermarket holdup
in Buzzards Bay in which two
employes were wounded and 8900
was seized: for a kidnap robbery
in Philadelphia April 3; shooting
the policeman June 4; kidnaping
William Sedgwick. 48, of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, June 6; and the package
store robbery here.
Sedgwick stumbled from his ear
He had been a hostage for 10
days, unharmed but hungry and
"extremely nervous." He went
home Tuesday after a hospital,
He wag nearly hit by x police
bullet during a brief ginifight be before
fore before the brothers slipped away
into the woods.
The tip that led to the Coyles'
last stand came from Walter
Schmidt, 32, formerly of Union
City, N.J., who moved here Mon Monday
day Monday with his wife Betty Ann to
live with her mother, Mrs. Peter
J. Canova. Schmidt is a TV re repairman.
pairman. repairman. They were breakfasting In their
kitchen when Sehmidt said they
"saw two kids crawling lin a nath
outside. I told my wife "they
don't look like any of the neigh
bor's kids.' So we decided to play
it gsfe and call police."
Minutes later a timen troopers
were on the scene. Snotting the
fugitives, they, ordered them to
Rton, but William onened fire.
John got five shots off before he
walked out with his bands up, a
pistol in each hand.
John told some of his own storv
to pollee at troon headquarters
here. Ile said William had shot
noliceman James F. 'Kane nearly
two weeks ago when Kane caught
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them stealing milk near their
hideout but "I was prepared to
If convicted of the murder, for
which he already' has been indict indicted
ed indicted in Pennsylvania, 'John faces
death in the electric -chair.
The gun battle that ended Wil William's
liam's William's life was not the first. They
fought it out with police -Monday
when police traced them to the
woodland hideout where they fled
with the package store loot.
They had five .32 and .38 cali caliber
ber caliber revolvers and three belts of
i The surviving gunman was
scheduled for district cottrt ar arraignment
raignment arraignment here- on two counti of
murderous assault and one kidnap
The complicated legal action
that will follow probably will be
formally announced at that time.
By Main Figures
Thankfulness, with little or no
bitterness, was expressed here
yesterday by main figures in the
slaying-kidnap drama of the Covte
brothers which ended with the
death of one and the capture of
the other at the edge of a Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts swamp.
Mrs. Mary Kane, whose policeman-husband,
James F. Kane,
was shot to death June' 4, touch touching
ing touching off the crme chain by the
brothers, said she could look back
on the tragedy without bitterness
because 7Gock, hat gl v e n her
Mrs. William Kane, mother of
the patrolman, said "May God be
merciful to t h e ni" when she
learned that William Coyle died
under police bullets and his broth brother,
er, brother, John, was in custody.
William Sedgwick, kidnap hos hostage
tage hostage of the pair for nine horro horrofilled
filled horrofilled days, failed to,get excited.
Sedgwick, recuperating at his
home after his ,ordeal, said the
Covles "treated e as well as
well as they did each other. I
feel no malice toward them."
"It's pitiful that boys of that
boys of that age ean get into
such trouble," Sedgwick added.
Sorrow for the two was ex expressed
pressed expressed by Mrs. Mary Ellen nig niggins,
gins, niggins, 54, a former neighbor who
was the bestand nossibly the
onlyfriend the orphaned broth brothers
ers brothers had.
She described them as "friend "friendly
ly "friendly and nice to me and my child."
But she sobbed "it was best
this wav, because the more des desnerate
nerate desnerate those boys got. the more
they would have killed."
More Money Snent
On Europe Visits
WASHINGTON (UPI)A record
837,000 Americans visited Euroee
last year and anent 560 million
dollars more than in any pre previous
vious previous year.
These travelers spent an aver average
age average of 31,330 each for their trio
to Europe about the same rate as
A report released today by
by the ComMerce Department
also showed that France was the
most popular of the European
countries, with visits from some
381,000 Americans. The United
Kingdom was second with 38,000
visitors from the UnitedStates.
Italy was third with 314,000
American visitors but first in the
amount of money they spent
about 100 million dollsirs. The
overage visitor Anent Alt in Itniy
enmnorP4 ""' "niled
Kingdom and 8242 is France.
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WASHINGTON, (11P1)The Navy said yesterday that
unable to fire.back because its forward guns were muzzled
were knocked out by Red fire.
The Navy announcement climaxed a day of confusion
Japan were quoted as saying they could not ret6rn the Co
Members of Congress who have provided billions for
'criminal" to send out ill-equipped planes and demanded
Crew Safe Because Reds
Ran Out Of AmmoPilot
YOKOSUKA, Japan (UPI) The
pilot of the U.S. Navy plane at attacked
tacked attacked by Communist MIG jets .4
said tod-ay the 14 crew members
probably owed, their -lives to the '.?'
fact: that the Reds ran out of r.
ammunt4ion..."before they finished
The two 20mm. rear guns of
the P4M flying boat were knock knocked
ed knocked out in the first of at least six t
tracer-bullet passes by the two 5
MIG fighters over the internation international
al international waters of the Sea of Japan. V
Other guns In 'the plant were -not
in firing order.
"We did not ffre at all," said r
the pilot.. Lt. Cmdr. Donald R. '1.
Mayer. of Litchfield,- Conn..:
"The action hsted for 10. or 15
minutes. The only reason I can
see for their breaking off the en engagement
gagement engagement before they finished us
was that they ran out of ammunition."
Nayy spokesman here had no
comment on the uproar in
Washington ever the fact the
plane was not fully armed.
The 35-year-old pilot of the
plane said the bow gun turret of
the plane was not manned be because
cause because of "tack of spare parts."
He said it was replaced partly
with Special detection equipment.
In itly ets ,t he said the turret
would We beelt useless itt' the
type of Wick encountered.
Mayer wa awarded Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished Flying Cross for his skill
in pilotbig the four engine plane
700 miles home to safety on two
engines with the fuselage pock pockmarked
marked pockmarked with .60 cablier bullet
Doctors at Yokisuka Naval'Hos Naval'Hospital,
pital, Naval'Hospital, after several hours of sur surgery,
gery, surgery, removed about 40 pieces of
shrapnel from Aviation Electri Electrician's
cian's Electrician's Mate 2-C Donald E. Corder,
20, of Jacksonville, the only
man wounded aboard the patrol
plane. He was also treated for a
fractured knee and cuts front fly flying
ing flying plexiglass. His condition was
listed as "good."
attack en American planes
attack oft American lanes
since 1950. The attacks have
cost the Americans 112 dead
Rear Adm. Frederic S. Withing Withington.
ton. Withington. naval commander in sjapan,
"This Is the first- time have
heard that our boys have come
back from one of these attacks."
But despite the "murderous"
Communist assault, U.S. patrols
would continue as scheduled, With
Probably the worst women
drivers in the world Ore ittmd in
the surenharkets. onto ;
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Shark Menace Off California Coast
Attributed To Warmer Ocean Water
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Ma
rine scientists warned today that
the warming waters off Ca lifor
nia's beaches carry an ever
inCreasing menace of man-eating
Two men have been killed y
the. vicious fish in the last six
weeks. Only two previous deaths
by shark had been recordedin
195k and 1957
But all authorities agreed that
tke ,great white sharks w'lich
struck 400 miles apart can nn
!Niger be considered isolated
strfigglers in these coastal wet,.,rs.
One expressed fear that it
might become necessary to pro protect.
tect. protect. swimmers with under water
sharrnets, which have Iong been
rigged off -the shark-Welled
punches of Australia
Coastal waters, which for gen generations
erations generations were too gold for the kill killer
er killer 'fish, have grown six degrees
w:rmer in tee last WO year; sei seientists
entists seientists said
"Just hey', this nas taken place
is wha:. were in trying to f"tri
nut." F. T. Sauer l S.
Fish and Wildlife Service ocean
ogiapher at Stant brd Univett'ty.
-:ome ntlets believe it has
been caused by a shift in Pacific
(Defense Department photo
from NEA Telephoto)
PILOT Lt. Cmdr. Donald
Mayer was the pilot of the
U.S. Navy patrol plane that
was fired on by Red jet fight fighters
ers fighters over the Sea of Japan.
The PIM Mercator was bad badly
ly badly damaged and its tall gun gunner
ner gunner seriously wounded by at
ltast tWO ttu Asian-made MIG
fighttrs which made six
passes at the plane.
Funerai For Former
Director Of Gorgas
Held Ai Arlington
Military funeral services were
held Monday at Arlington Cemete Cemetery
ry Cemetery for Col. Norman H. Wiley, for former
mer former direttor Gorgas Hospital,
who died suddenly a few days ear earlier,
lier, earlier, according to news received by
friends on the Isthmus. He was 58.
Col. Wiley, who headed Gorgas
Hospital from April 156 until June
1958, retired voluntarily from the
Army Medical Service after his
tour of duty in the Canal Zone and
joined the Pennsylvania State De Department
partment Department of Health.
Before coming to the Isthmus, he
was commanding officer of the U.
S. Army Hospital at Fort Benning,
Ga. where he was also head of the
posi's preventive medicine program
and commander of the Provisional
He was born in Hollisterville,
Pa., and received his bachelor's
degree from Lafayette College,
During World War II, Col. Wiley
was with the Second Corps head2
quarters in Algeria and Tunisia,
the 48th Surgical Hospital in Afri Africa,
ca, Africa, and the 128th Evacuation Hos Hospital
pital Hospital in Sicily, England and in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. For a time after the war,
he was commander of the 548th
General Hospital in Paris.
He is survived by his wife, a
daughter Valerie, and two sons,
Norman Jr. and Jimmy.
wino patterns which have brougnt
les!) upwelling of cold wlier wa
ter trom the ocean floor.
-.Ile have no idea how long the
wdlei twill continue to become.
warmer," said J. B. Phillips. a
marine biologist for the Fish and
Game Department at Pacific
"These great white sharks, even
when only 10 and 11 feet long are
very unpredictable and extremely
vicious, Phillips said. "They will
attack a victim by sense, not by
sight until maybe the last mo moment.
ment. moment. Albert Kogler, a 19-year-old col college
lege college student, was attacked by a
shark off Bakers Beach in San
Francisco ,Bay on May 7. His
swimming ; companion, Shirley
O'Neill, also 19, Tuesday received
a silyer Carnegie medal for hero heroically
ically heroically ignoring her own danger,
swimming to Kogler and bringing
him in to the beach, where he.
died of his wounds.
Robert Pamperin, 33, disap disappeared,
peared, disappeared, leaving no trace but
blood, last Sunday after a fellow
skin diver reported seeing a huge
shark seize the middle of his body
in waters off La Jolla, 400 miles
south of here.
a patrol plane' attacked by Communist jets Tuesday wall
to make room for reconnaissance equipment. Thitail gutut
and furor in,the cayital. It started when.erew members 4
mmunist fire because their- tuns lackeir-eertain "Aard-to
defense frupted In a wave of' Indignation. They sald'It
that responsible Navy officials be court-martialed.
President Eisenhower, asked a about
bout about the matter at his news
conference, said he had ordered
the Navy to submit a complete
report. He called the initial re reports
ports reports from the Far East a Matter
of "great concern."
The President also said It
seemed to be "a strange coinci coincidence"
dence" coincidence" that the II; S. plane 'was
attacked over the Sea of Japan
while the Geneva foreign minis ministers
ters ministers conference was bogged down.
He said it was not yet known
whether the Migs were Russian,
Red Chinese or North Korean
A few hours later the Navy an announced
nounced announced that the forward guns on
its P4M Mercator Patrol plane
originally designed for anti sub submarine
marine submarine warfarehad been delib deliberately
erately deliberately rendered inoperable by u utilizing
tilizing utilizing the space to house recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance type equipment
Tho funs a ppa rontly woro
stripped doom by removing cer certa
ta certa in pa rts a c ircumstance
which may have contributed to
the crew members statements
that the guns could not be fired
because of m issing pa rts which
"a ro difficult to got."
The Navy said the plane also
normally carried two guns in a
top turret. It said these had been,
removed to house reconnaissance'
gear and to compensate for the
additional weight of such equip equipment.
ment. equipment. This left only the tail guns
which the Communist Mdgs knock knocked
ed knocked out on their first run at the
plane. They seriously wounded
the tail gunner, Aviation Electri Electrician's
cian's Electrician's Mate 2-C Donald E. or order
der order of Jacksonville, Ill. He suf suffered
fered suffered 40 shrapnel wounds but Was
renorted in good condition,
Compounding the crew's difficul difficulties,
ties, difficulties, the Navy said the pilot and
Stage Guest Upsets
Dignify 01 Brilish
Film Star Sabrina
PERTH, Australia (UPI) Sa Sabrina,
brina, Sabrina, England's bosomy gift to
show business, persuaded the
wrong young man to join her on
the stage of His Majesty's The Theater
ater Theater last night in the finale
of her act, and wound up wres wrestling
tling wrestling him.
Wearing a tight fitting red
dress, Sabrina extended her usual
invitation to a male in the audi audience
ence audience to stand beside her while
she sang "Persuade Me." Most
times the man is embarrassed
and stands quietly at Sabrina'S
Tuesday night, the young man
she invited kissed and man manhandled
handled manhandled her. During the struggle,
Sabrina fell to the stage. Finally,
she broke clear, hiding her lip lipstick
stick lipstick smeared face and disar disarranged
ranged disarranged hair with her hands. The
unidentified man, grinning, re returned
turned returned to his seat, amid some ap applause.
plause. applause. Sabrina later returned to
finish her act, minus one shoe.
WASHINGTON, June 18 (UPI)---
The Senate Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee today recommended that
the Senate award a fourth star to
Lt. Gen. Emmett (Rosie) 0.Don 0.Donnell,
nell, 0.Donnell, merriding complains by
Sen. Margaret Chase Smith.
The Maine Republican, the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's only lady member, W8S not
present for the 12-1 vote. Climax Climaxing
ing Climaxing a two-year feud with O'Don O'Donnell,
nell, O'Donnell, she charged recently that
the Air Force personnel chief
attempted to "smear" her reNtation.
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the tail gunner tried to talk tb
each other simultaneously at this
moment of attack, momentar
blocking each other out on! this
plane's intercommtutication In Intern.
tern. Intern. By the' time .4hey 'Istablishei1
contact, the ...Red planes 'hail
knocked out the tail gun aM
wounded -the gunner.
While the Navy's latest 0(4
count took some of the sting
out of congreisional reictiorti
it failed to quiet 'demands that
U. S. planes be protected while
carrying out patrol missions. ''-
Rep. Daniel-J. Flood (D P-4)
proposed that at 'least 'two of 'tile
Navy's ,best' fighters escort Sit 4th
patrol plane. lie 'saki in a lett
to Navy Secretary William
Franke that the fighters sho
be ordered to "shoot to kill" ,,,
approaching identified planes
fail to heed warnings to atty
Terming the incident "to
greatest mdictmerit I have heasid
yet" of naval air operations4
the Far East, he said the
Mercator is "obsolescent nid
shouldn't be Eying in the area 'to
begin with." He said it was Ala Alamos(
mos( Alamos( suicide to send nut au
Flood also saidafter the lie
explanittion that the aituttien
"merits the court martial of rils rilssponsible
sponsible rilssponsible command officers in tip
Migs Shot Away i
S. Navy Mil E. Cor Corder,
der, Corder, hit by 40 Neck shralSnrt
in Tuesday's Mfg jet attack on 1104,,)
Navy plane, bemoaned the fact factthat
that factthat the Rds ihot his,new ratOg
designaton right off his arm.'
"I didn't mind being shOt up
half as much as I did having my
second class rating shot pfl mi
arm," the Jacksonville, sailor
told fellow crew-members.
He had been promoted tto elec electrician's
trician's electrician's mate 2nd class from frd
class the morning :before tho
plane took off on its M-fated pa patrol
trol patrol over the Sea of Japan.
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