The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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R10 OE JAR-MO:June 19 (UPI)--The Foreign' Ministry political department beta,
Luis Bastian Pinto announced today that,the,Panamanian government hid prornised,,,a
safe condlict for Roberto Arias,--now-in-asylum in the Brazilian Embassy': --
His release is expected momentarily, it was said. Arias will go to Brazil.

Meanwhile, in London balle ballerina
rina ballerina Datne, Margot Fonteyn said
she was awaiting word 4rom
her husband on whether or not
she should Join'him in Brazil.
"Whether I join him or not
of course depends on how long
be stays in Rio," said the balle ballerina
rina ballerina at her London apartment.
"But ,may have to re remain
main remain there -some time. Nat Naturally
urally Naturally I would jOin him If he
-- did."
"I do not expect to hear from
my husband until he reaches
Brazil," said lDame Margot.
She sant that .she "doubted"
that Brazilian Ambassador to
LOndOri Francisco Assis Cha Chateaubriand's
teaubriand's Chateaubriand's sudden departure
for Rio yesterday had anything
to do with her husband's re release.
lease. release. A spbkesman at the Brazilian
Embassy said that the ambas ambassador
sador ambassador returhed, ,,tpersohal
reasons. ,
' lie was to- have atended Ascot
today..
Suspici0,14
Sarrondors,To Cop' s
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A Parianianlan Suspected Of
rebel activity who fled to the
Canal Zone Wednesday night,
presumably ''' to seek political
asylum, voltint,arily surrendered
himself to Colon police author:-
ities last night.
Kiko Huc had beet held for
Some timeunder police watch
while undergoing treatment at
Amador Guerrero Hospital in
Colon.
Hue was one of a small armed
band of alleged rebels wno dis disarmed
armed disarmed the' National 'Guard de detachment
tachment detachment atl-Salud' during 4 the
invasion crisis some weeks ago.
Wednesday night Huc effect effected
ed effected a dramatic escaPe from his
hospital room and Made his way
into the Canal Zone,' where he
at once requested political asy asyluin.
luin. asyluin. Yesterday there still had been
to official action on the asY asYlum
lum asYlum request and about 9:30 last
night the',Iugitive ,,decided to
Surrender himself to Pananlai.
tian atithorities..
Macmillan tvlay Bid
for Third Term
In Ear lyilections
'LONDON (UPI) Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Harold Macmillan is likely to
bold' general elections in October
in the hope of winning a third
term. for his ruling Conservatives.
The nation must vote for a new
Parliament not later than next
MaY.
But political experts generalbH
were agreed that Macmillan would
rot wait until then but would try
to cash, on his efforts for a
suMinit conference as well as on
Jlritabs's present booming prosper.
'By by bolding elections this fall.
One frequently mentioned date
was Oct. 29-21 Thursday, the tilt.
ditional day in this
COuntry.,
.
olitical sources said Mactni
Ian argued that whither a summit
meeting actually materialized or
mot, be would be able,-to show
that be did 'everything in', his
pwer to bring,one 'about 'and to
, head off &major Bast:West clash.
Pope John ',Praises,:
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3oto yesterday received 'Prince
Rainier and Princesa Grace of
Monaco in a .,35tninutti, audience
(luring which iihe'',c praiscd their
1,lety and faith,; , p 1, ,, :' ,r
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'''', 1, Rainier and his wife; the former
'Grace Knlly, of Philadelphia and
Ilollywood, were received two
ars ago, the lase rope Plus
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Amador Guerrero Hospital in
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VVife's Warrant Puts Long
Blehind Asylum Bars Again

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Itt IGE; Lii., June 19
(11PI) Gov. Earl Long, seized
by deputies and committed on
his wife's warrant in one of the
wildest days in Louisiana's tur turbulent,political
bulent,political turbulent,political history, was be
26 Reported Purged
In Wide Shake-Up
Of luban Air Force
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HAVANA, June 12 (UPI) Re Reliable
liable Reliable sources said,t,oday the in infantry
fantry infantry major who now, coramands
Cuba's Air rorce has purged 26
of its officersmore than a third
of the' countrk'Is qualified milita military
ry military 'pilots.
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They. said the Officer
have been dismissed include xaj.
Pedro., Diaz 1411124., formep8Vom formep8Vommander
mander formep8Vommander of the Air race, and his
brother, MarcoS, a captain.,
The purge which involved vir virtually
tually virtually all of the- Air,Force offi officers
cers officers stationed, at Cattip ,Liberty,
the headquarters pst outsid.e Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, was Said,to hav been car carried
ried carried out in 'secret week ago to today
day today by Maj. 1uan Almeida, the
infantryman who took over the
Air force last week weekWhen
When weekWhen Almeida took over from
Diaz, it was reported at first
that the latter was Sinee
then, however, Diaz has been
reported tither in house arrest
or In 'hiding.
It was not immediately certain
whether the other officers dis dismissed
missed dismissed by Almeida had been ar arrestid.
restid. arrestid. ,Poes of Castro continued the
campaign of, nuisance bombing
which began Wednesday night. A
-bomb was set off under a truck
here last night, causing neither
casualties, nor damage.
'NO unexploded bombs were
found on a street corner in down downtown
town downtown Havana, a few Yards from
a Woolworth store.
Four bombs went off at vari variOUS
OUS variOUS points in Havana Wednesday.
Two persons were slightly injur
tpcaragua Reifies
Charge Rebi Is Used
6uardsmen Arms
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (UPI)--,-
Col. Jose Maria Tercero, head of
the National Guard's personnel
bureau, said yesterday an &liven.
tory of the weapons seized dur during
ing during the recent abortive rev olt
showed none of them were Na National
tional National Guard weapons.
Tercero said the inventory con contradicted
tradicted contradicted rebel, reports that, ma many
ny many of the weapons used by the
revolutionaries had been bought
from National Guard'' personnel.
'All of the seized weapons
came from Costa Rica and oth other'
er' other' Tercero said. "Our
arsenals are intact."
Gen. Anastasio Somoza, brother
of President., Luis Somoza and
commander of the armed forges,
charged Tuesday that anti-Somo."
forces ," were 4-, receiving help
from other countries,, particularly
Cuba, and 7 Venetnela.),
US Atoslolling
ak
t New- HIgh Pe
,
, DETROIT. itPI) Automobile
production in the United SZates
Jhis' week, will reach a threeweek
high 'of 131,194,, Automotive News
reported ,Thursday,.,
, The trade paper said the' output
compared with .assembly.,of 127,
026 ntw ears last week and114,436
in the week ended June 21 si yeat
ago, ,'4

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hind insane aslum bars in hie
home state today.
Shrieking and cursing, Long
wu intercepted just three miles
outside this cepital after he had
freed himself from s, New Or Orleans
leans Orleans hosPital, declared -he' was
the governor "right now," and
roared off in a state highway
patrol car for Baton ,Rouge to
entrench himself in office.
The silver-haired Long, 83,
gave a piercing hog call,
'whooeee," and yelled "god
damn, god damn" as officers
took him away' to Ale South,.
eastern State, B' ospital at Man Mandeville,'
deville,' Mandeville,' La., to be held "inde "indefinitely."
finitely." "indefinitely."
.
Long's violent re1noval. from
power Stunned the ',people'. of
Louisiana as nothing had,' since
his older brother. Iluest, ;1:King ;1:King114216..1.0ns
114216..1.0ns ;1:King114216..1.0ns was assassinate:dart
,:coxtictor,,,06; th(r-eapitot.,
1935;
Long remained', governor
name 'today:- The state consti constitution
tution constitution provides a governor re.
mains in office Until teeth,
resignation or impeachment.
Lt., Gov. Lether Prase;
resume the post of acting gov governor
ernor governor he has held since Long
was taken forcibly to a'hP8oital
in Galveston, 20 days ago.
Long is serving his third term
as governor and had been pre preparing
paring preparing to resign so he could
run a fourth time.
2 Arkansas Men
Ripe negro Woman
IIENToN, Ark. (UPI) Two,
young hitt' men,' charged- with.
the rape of a 21-year-old. Negro.
woman in a secluded wooded sec section
tion section Sunday, were 'held in jail and
denied bond here today.
Ben Sanders, 26, and Bobby
Burnett, 21, admitted the rape,
Prosecutor Lawson E. Glover
said,
Glover said he would attempt to
keep both men is jail. until their
trials come up. He did not say
when he thought that might be.
.
Conviction of .rape in Arkansas
carries a maximum penalty of
death in the electric chair.
According to Glover, the men
offered the woman a ride in their
automobile Sunday on a highway
near Benton. He said the pair told
her they would take her to Bur Burnett's
nett's Burnett's home to baby-sit, but drove
to a wooded section instead and
parked the car. Glover said they
then forced the young woman to
submit to them.
After the alleged attack, the
men let her out of the car, Glover
said.1 She walked 'to a highway
and caught a ride to Little Rock
where she reported the attack to
police.
The alleged attack followed by
'only one day the Florida trial and
conviction of four ) Tallahassee
youths for raping a Negro college
student.,
, 1
Politicians
,
By PRANK ELVAZER
WASHINGTON (UPI) .Todayss
good sows is that Russia, after
all, may not find it necessary to
try to blow us all off the map.
She can just sneak' over quiet quietly
ly quietly with a new psycho gas and
rock us to sleep, for e couple .of
days. When we.recover, it II, be
too late to resist, i
That's what Mat' Gen. William
M. 'Creasy, former chief of the
army Chemical Corps, was tell telling
ing telling the House Space Committee.
The members immediately start started
ed started to wonder.
How, they asked, do we know
these new "psychochemical t
gento" will work?
We've got them too, and we've
tried 'em, Creasy, said.. Not, only
on animala but on volunteer hu.

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PANAMA; It 10. FRIDAY, JUNZ 111, 1959

loyeeken4 Carpenters To Be Scouts'
Best Friends At Camp Chagres Cleanup

,"Big C," the big cleanup caMpalgn at the Canal Zone
Boy Scout Council's spanking. new Camp Chagres, conies to
, a climax tomorrow. (
More than 200 friends tot scouting and scouters it is
hoped win turn out with monkey wrenches, screwdrivers,
rakes, band-aids, machetes, crowbars, muscle liniment end
other essential paraphenalia needed to whip the camp into
, shape before its grand opening June 28.
mei scout Council itself plans en feeding the volunteers
free of charge. Their labors wM go into such final efforts
as nailing pre-fabricated building units together, such as
latrines, putting up fence posts, nailing up signs, helping
put up roofs, and other essentials necessary for having the
camp in ship-shape order on its opening.
By finishing up the work this weekend, the week before
, the camp opens can be devoted to permitting the camp di di,
, di, rector and his Staff to concentrate on their own work rather
, than be Interrupted 'with maintenance activities.
The volunteers who turned out last Saturday were led
in their labors by Canal Zone Lt. Gov. John H. MeElheny.
Gen. George Schlattee, Scout Council president, plans to set
the pace for Ili volunteers tomorrow.

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Of Strauss To
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WASHINGTON, June 19 (UPI)
, Ths ,,enate re)ected the 110Mina
bf Commerte Secietary Lew Lewis
is Lewis L. Strauss early today in the
climax'to a bitter political fight
over his appointment, The vote
was 49 to 46,
The, Senate vote automatically
removed Strauss from; the calm
pet post:he hal,beld linen ,4ast
NoVenabetypoder a recess arPoint arPointmoht
moht arPointmoht front 'Pre's-idiot -Llsenituwer
who stood' fIrtnir hIntm-to
t,he lost 1
Mtn i showdown tam t?nhortly I
after ,Midnight ;iti It marathon
Senate session Marked by charg charges
es charges snd ,, counter-charges and
&artistic,. race against time by
some Sepublietin senators to get
back for the 'trots.
- Only' two Itepublicant deserted
their party ranks to oppose
Strauss but they were enough, to
Extending Credit
To Peor Retailer
Nets WOO Fine
ATLANTA (UPI) A Griffin
beer wholesaler was fined SLOW
yesterday and placed, 'en 12
months' probation for eXtending
credit to retailers.
Revenue Commissioner Dixon
Oxford identified the businessman
es Frank Laseter of- Laseter Dis Distributing
tributing Distributing Co.
Oxford said two other Graft
wholesale ccmipanies Jacitson
BeVerage Corp., and Thomaston
Wholesale Cmwere also accused
of making credit sales, but a
heming failed to "substantiate"
the charges against the two
Irma.
'Panamanian-Flag
Freighter Allowed
To Transit Suez
PORT SAID, &It (UPI)
Canal authorities have gran t ted
ed ted permission to the Panaman Panamanian.flag
ian.flag Panamanian.flag freighter Nord to transit
the Suez Canal after ascertaining
that-the ship was not 'chartered
by Israel.
The Nord, carrying scrap iron
from Belgium to Japan, was
halted by officials who suspect.
ed it might be- working for the
Israelis. The Danish freighter.
Inge Toft, halted last month
when it tried to 'carry an Israeli
cargo through the canal, still was
held here.
,
Wa6 Heads
What will-they do?
',Whatever you want done, Crea Creawield.
wield. Creawield. The victims can be fix fixed
ed fixed temporarily where they can't
see, oe can't hear, or can't co coordinate;
ordinate; coordinate; or maybe where they
can't reason or just don't give a
bang.
'Row Would we know if the Rus Russians
sians Russians tried this on Ds?
, We might not, Crest, said. In
gas form it comes also in liquid
and powder, the stuff can't be
seen, tasted, or smelled.
A diaquieting theught assailed
the committee. .q
, "Then how do we know," ask asked
ed asked Rep. lames G. Fulton all's.),
"that some foreign agent isn't
already subjecting 'us to some of
the stuff? What's the test"
Cresay said if there is an On Onswer
swer Onswer to that, be couldn't supply

DAILY N Eltit'SPAPEll
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country is sole" -- Abraham Lincoln

Boild

Cabinet' Post
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swing the decision. They joined
Democtfttt in- opposition to the
noMination; rifteen Democrats
RePublicans voted to
Confirm Atreus& A.
was the ,first time in 34
years that the Senate bad reject-,
ed presidential appointee to the
cabinet Charles Beecher Warren,
hominated by' rresideht Coolidge
111'11'5 to he ittoreet4iMers4
Fteliptl 7: ti
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Strausi. Janne ehairman- of
the'Atomic Energy commission,
Wait the nightlt presidential ap appointee
pointee appointee te fail to get Senate con confirination
firination confirination in the 'nation's history.
, ,
Ile took tbe senate verdict
calmly in lila office at the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department. An aide said
he acepeted the defeat "with not
a whimper." In a statement is issued
sued issued before he retired to his ho hotel,
tel, hotel, Strauss Said: "I leave with
confidence that history will be
just."
Miss. Ilar Ile term
Is Found Chained
To Bed, CO Heal
MERIDIAN, Miss. (UPI) offi officers
cers officers investigating frantic screams
coming from an abandoned snack
found a disabled war veteran
chained to a bed in the hovel
yesterday. He said he had been
there a week.
Th veteran, Harold May Jr.,
32, of Newtod, Miss., was rushed
to a hospital where doctors said
his condition was critical. He
told' officers his wife and three
other persons chained him to
the bed, beat him with a chain
and forced him to endorse his
government disability checks.
May's wife, Joyce, 24, and the
other three were arrested. One
of them, Jack Gould, 43, of Mee Meehan,
han, Meehan, Miss., was charged with
kidnaping and his bond was set
at $10,000. The others were iden identified
tified identified am Irvin' Hastings, 20, and
Lula Mae Waddell, 28.
May tented briefly to his res rescuers
cuers rescuers before they took him to
the hospital, but he was unable
to speak after he was hospitaliz hospitalized.
ed. hospitalized. "He's in pretty bad shepe,"
Deputy Harry Hughes said. "He
hadn't had anything to eat in et
least a week. There are sores all
over him where he was Wag
down. He's swollen up in places
and there are knots on Ms head
where they beat him."

Over Invis$1e,13ut Irtresistible Evil

it.
Rep. Gordon L. McDonough (r (rCalif.),
Calif.), (rCalif.), eyeing his colleagues sus susviciously
viciously susviciously but naming no names,
volunteered thst sometimes re recently
cently recently he has had reason to von-,
der. ,
The general looked at'ound the
tightly-closed hearing room, with
door closed, windows sealed and
covered wtth drapes, and the
weather supplied ready-made by
blowers .and ducts.
"It' a psychochentical were to
be 'administered to the people in
this room," he said, "we wouldn't
know it. nly an ousider could
tee there was anything wrong.
"You, ,Contressman Fulton,,
wouldn't think it was funny for
Congressmtm McDonough to get
up Ion the desk and dance. You
would join him. And I would rpdb rpdb,
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Italian Liners
Strikebound
Tenth Day
A slow but- steady trickle ofl
stranded Italian Line passen- I
gers continued to move out of
Cristobal, according to word
from officials of the strikebound
shipping line today.
About 150 of 420 passengers
have been moved since transler
efforts began last Friday at the
line's Cristobal office.
Two 10,000 ton Italian flag
liners, t,he Marco Polo and the
Antoniette Usodimare, were
idled here On June 9 and 10
when crews struck in sympathy
with a nationwide Italian mari maritime
time maritime strike,
Italian law forbids crews to
strike on the high seas but the
two liners, regularly plying be between
tween between southern Italy and San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, were scheduled to' dock
here during Canal transits.
Several Italian flag Ireigoters
have since transited but have
not been scheduled or supplies
or-.., carg4 af,itt ,:4iave,, continued
theirlvoyages.
Although pass engers on
Strikebound vessels in New York
, have been forced' to eat ashore,
,t41.
passenger services here have
been ,regularly, maintainvd.
,
. ThroughOut 7 the world more
wit-itiHeofeentollerttessels are
repOitett IlecrarlIWIMfig settle settle'
' settle' Merit of the, strike for higher
Wages
- Most- passenger's Moved here
have been routed via air car carriers,
riers, carriers, since few passenger ves vessels
sels vessels have passed here in recent
days.
Beer'Vrinkers Are
Swayed By Cover
As Well As Peer
NEW YORK (UPI)Beer drink drinkers
ers drinkers are fickle people who a r e
swayed to 04 er brands if the
containerbottle or candoesn't
suit their fancy.
According to a survey by Elmo
Roper and Associates, people who
buy beer for off-premise consumpt
tion are, almost as part;cular
about what container 'they will ac accept
cept accept as they are about the brand
they drink or the store at which
they buy it.
The results of the survey, made
nublic by its ,sponsor. Container
Coro. of America, indleatP that it
a brewer suddenly discont'nued
e use of a popular con'ain.r.
40 per cent of the purchasers for
home consumption would switch
brands to get the container they
prefer;
Inportese Premier
Sk Ittfles Cobinet
TOKYO (UPI) Japanese
Prime. Minister bkibusuke Kishi
appeared to have strengthened
his cabinet today in a shuffle
that gave posts to some of his
former critics in the ruling Libe Liberal
ral Liberal Democratic Party.
Shuji Masutani, was named dep deputy
uty deputy premier, and Hayato Ikeda,
former finance minister who car carried
ried carried out the tough anti-inflation
policies of the occupation, was
named minister of international
trade and industry.
Both mete, followers of former
Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida
and .often had criticized Kishi.
ably clap."
It was ,MeDonough's turn now
to be struck with a horrible
thought;'
"Irmo havenl already tried it
on ,Congress,, have you?" he de.
mended.
"The Chemical Corps," replied
Creasy,'. "hasn't found it neces necessary
sary necessary to do this up to now."
Front. the story he told, you
might, 'conclude that the key
words 'were, the last three.
Cressy said We've been spending
money so fast on A-bombs and
11-bombs And the missiles to de deliver
liver deliver 'em we haven't done near
enough about what could prove
to be the real 'ultimate weapon
said the whole Chemical
Corps budget,,for research and
developmenU comes to maybe 45
tmillion dollars a year. Thia tor.

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Berlin rights today and was immediately turned dowq byl,
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the West. ,, , 1
Khrushchev proposed to drop his immediate fakdoverf .!
time limit in Berlin if the West would give East Germalf,
equal rights with West Germany in a peace treaty., .. I!
The western ministers, after considering,,the neikid i
protosal for .one hour, declared it raises 'no new ho4s.rut ',
: F6ied with ivestern determination to 'end the Geneia Geneiaconference
conference Geneiaconference unless Russia gives a positive answer to the:
West's last offer, Khrushchev broached his plan in a Mos-'''' ;
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Simultaneously Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei GI' OA,
myko delivered a formal copy to the western ministers at,:
a Big Four secret session. The westerners retired at,:once
toudt.it:ittql141(hfushchev's speech.

.1ust before 4 p.m., western
spokesman told newsmen here:
"There 'is agreement that
Gromyko has not accepted the
western ,(Berlin) proposal even
as a basis for negotiation.
"Furthermors, the Soviet at attUde
tUde attUde a Atsljay,Gromyko
4 ktilx.111b4Chrttstl,-
c el s speech has raisea no new
hopes."
But until the westerners had
given. their reply personally to
Gromyko at a later Big Four
session, they kept secret their
decision whether to go on with
the conference.
Communost sources said the
neW ,proposal contains no men mention
tion mention of the original one-year
get-out ultimatum which had
orought the conference to the
i.vink of a breakdown two weeks
ago.
But it did stand by insistence
that East qe,many get an equal
voice with West Germany in
negotiations ior a peace treaty.
iitheri such a treaty is signed,
the west would have to leave
The west might accept one
point, but could not acept the
other. It appeared as though
Khrushchev had launched a
clever bid to split the West
and at the same time prolong
Imevery inarges
Leveled At Iwo
41 Cris lobo! Courf
!!
A Panamanian youth and a
42 year old Colombian today
were bound over to U.S. District
Court after preliminary hear hearings
ings hearings at Cristobal Magistrate's
Court on felony charges.
Pedro A. Avila, 16. of Colon,
was charged with burglarizing
the Oatun hobby shop. The al alleged
leged alleged burglary took place the
night of June 10 and about $80
woeth of hand tools are missing.
None ha e yet been relovered.
Avila, who has no pod...T.: re record
cord record in the Canal ZDT1P, was
seen near the shop June 16 and
arrested yesterday. Ball was set
at $200.
Simon A. Morales, 52-year-old
Colombian, was charged with
grand larceny after he alleged allegedly
ly allegedly attempted to inake off with
a bale of cloth from the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal piers. The 'cloth IS valued
at $100.
Hig bail was also set at $200.
ers nerve gas, which kills its vic victims
tims victims in 10 minutes, and biologic biological
al biological weapons, which also can be
highly lethal, as well as the pv pvchochemical
chochemical pvchochemical agents, which are
just temporarily disabling.
On the latter, be said, the
budget is only a few hundred
thousand dollars a year,
The Chemical Corps would like'
a lot more, and guess that's
what McDonough had in mind in
seeking assurance Congress, so
far anyway, hadn't been psych psyched
ed psyched by the chemists.
"You wouldn't say that we'
don't need it?" he persisted, pre pretending
tending pretending he suspected the worst.
answer that with some.
thing my father used to say,"
Creasy hedged. "On that, you'll
have to Call another witness."
You can count on IL They will.

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East German sources said the
new Khrushchev plan contain-r
ed. these three prOposals: 4.,
A non-aggreskion pact 'bew
tween East and West Germany6
An all-Geroutu commission 3,
to 'prepare foriCpeate...tteatVi44
'etith -61 Germany' gttm
ting equal representation. Thil
was proposed despite the fact
that West Germany's popula4
tion is 410-million compared to
East Germany's 117-mUlion.
Temporary continuation of
Berlin's "occupa tion status"
with no specific time limit, but
with a firm understarading.that
the status quo You'd be main."
tained only temptirarily.
East German sources also said
East German Foreign Minister
Lothar Bow dispatched a draft
proposal for a non-aggression
pact to West German Foreign
Minister Heinrich von Brentand
this afternoon.
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Living costs edged up to a 'new
all-time high in May, the govern- ;
ment reported today.
Higher prices were reported-for- I
all major categories of consumer,
spending, including food, clothing,:
housing, medical care and trans.
portation.

The consumer price index,
based on a 1947-49 verage Cf
100 rose one-tenth of a point
from April to a May reading ek:
124.0, a new high.
Labor Department price chief., ,-
E. Riley said the increasi'
was seasonal and that "for all,
practical purposes" the stability ."
of living costs over the past year
has not been broken.
The price index hit 123.9 In .1114
lv 1958, which was a mew high
at that time.
The department also reported
that take-home pay and buying
power of factory workers
ed to new highs last month. Take&
home pay averaged $81.03 fore al
worker with three dependenti$Ito.'
bout 9 nercent higher in dollar
and purchasing power than if.
year ago.

The
Judge's Bench

Eduardo Lanuza, 2S, Panama.
nian, was ordered in Balboa ia
gistrates Court to ante up SS for-.:
operating a taxi ill the Cana
Zone altiugh his license it limiba"''
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Victor Alejandro de Leon, v 384
year-old PasamaMan Wal nicked
twice for $7.50 for drvint v
truck without an operator's
cense, and for inteefering with
the safety of oncoming vehicle. ,,
on Gaillard Highway while lass, ,
vtith his truck.
Angel Reyes, 113, Panamanian,
was sentenced to serve 15 '', dvvvti, r'
for pettm larceny. Reyes was,
found guilty of taking a wallet, ,-,
comb asd S2.50 from the pockets
of a bather's trousers at Hides"
way Beach on the West Sank. ;
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ANIMAL LOVER A

has always been an amazing thing to me how people can adopt
a pet, taAe caie ot mayoe wain tou ioNe it a littit, and then one
line Lay ior various reasons urop alonk some hignway, at the Yacht
tiun, or Minai Dairy, and thins no more of it.
vo they ever just once wonder what happens to these unfortun unfortunate
ate unfortunate animals? Atter a pet has become one of the family it is almost
inistiible for that same pet to adjust to living ott tbe,so Oiled fat
of-Uti land.
;Moan taese foriner pet owners convince It$nitilijes itigit,theil pets
ititt along just fine? Well, let me tell-Yok dioltoets7Abat thla,
rinft. case. in some very remote instances sOnteOti Ma take your
dottii cat in, but this happens ail too rarely. lavitiost eases the ani.
nrmains svhere he was dropped waiting for hismaster to return,
w of course ,doesn't happen.
114 One of the nitanest of so called animalloveis twhat I call the
tten dropper." They have a female cat,-quisi 4n their own way,
ler, but don't want to part with the funda-Ao have ber altered.
So every time she has a litter they wait a few weeks, then gather the
small completely helpless kittens into a box, and drop them off at
Mindi. And as far as they are concerned r tipivs,tipkt,
Let me stress' at this point that there sieriefacilities for taking
care of these napless animals and they soon die.
If you heve a pet, and for some reasons must get rid of it, please
consider these two courses:
(I) First try your Oarndest to find a home for it.
(2) 11 this cannot be done, then see your vet and for a small
sum have your former pet put painlessly to sleep. This may sound
cruel, but in the long run it is by far the most merciful Wail literal'.
Pleian think it over.

SPCA FOR ATLANTIC SIDE
Sir:
The greatest praise and support should be given to the "Society
for the l'revention of cruelty to Animals," now operating on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side. A similar association should be organized oil lbe AtAittlP
side. There are citizens of Margarita, Cristobal who tetkIrlq,
that one of the reasons for the existence of Mindi fartnirittki
vide a place where superfluous cats and newly-born kittent may be
abandoned; these people rest in the conviction that these abandoned
animals will be fed and cared for by the U.S. government! They have
told me so. AR a consequence there is a group of mature eats who
receive food now and then or as often as certain kind-hearted women
can go on a mission.
I have seen kittens, just able to walk, so young, that had been
left in a carton, to die of starvation. As you know, sir, a kitten can-1
not lap milk until quite some time after birth. Nature intends that
the mother shall supply the nutriment it needs. This means that the 1
young kitten may be starving but cannot lap. no matter how much
milk may be placed before it. Hence, in a few days death comes to
the little cat, by starvation. Here are a few suggestions to your read readcrs:
crs: readcrs:
(1) If your mother cat has kittens: Raise them if you can. If
not, Nee U.S. government veterinarian who will "put them to sleep"
painlessly. There is a small fee for this service.
(2) Better still: If you like your pet. have the government veter veterinakift
inakift veterinakift spav:Iffit. This will cost a little, more, but is well worth the
mo y. You will have a pleasing pet, nd more kittens. no more howl howling
ing howling at night. Almost anyone will adopt a friendly mother cat that
hs,s been spayed.
(34 There is another choice: If you can't continue housing your
eat, she can be "put to sleep" painlessly. By the vet. Trust no lima.
teurs. Only professionals can give the proper care on these oper operations.
ations. operations. (4) If you have the kittens "put to asleep" always leave one with
the mother. All cat advite books mention this. Otherwise the mother
Iles a badtime, with the accumulation of milk. lore eer4si;
(5) Best all-round advice: Have your female cat spay
professionel.
(6) Male cats may be neutered and become wonderful pets, real
stay-at-homes!
The sugeeftions in this letter may seem cruel. but think it over.
How much more humane, civilized and Christian than to let them
suffen.
"Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy." Matthew

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APPRECIATE EMPLOYE
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, It is my understanding that God has promised "peace on earth
; to men of good will."
1 In my 17 years of employment with the U.S. government on the
Cinal Zone, pie not known any U.S. citizen who has shown more
good will toWar4 his subordinates than Lt. Cdr. Van Oidol'of 1144,11Vin
Naval StatioV 4 .ois,
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His stay on the Isthmus is expected to end soon, but thePatt thePattI
I thePattI amanian employes of Rodman will never forget him. We 'feel sure
! that God will grant him that peace which he has merited.
I A Panamanian Employe.

FDA" PAEDITATI
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(Presented by the Depart Department
ment Department of Christian Education of
the Episcopal Church in the
Missionary Diocese of the Pane Paneft
ft Paneft Canal Zone.)

St. Matthew S:13

A REMNANT WILL RETURN

"Ye are the salt el the earth:
but If the salt have lost his
savour, wherewith shall it be
salted."
When Isaiah named his son
Shearlashub a remnant will re returnlie
turnlie returnlie was using it as a warn warning.
ing. warning. Only part of the nation
would survive disaster. Later the
phrase took on a hopeful note.
The remnanat who have survived
will turn in repentance to God. It
will be a spiritually saved minority.

JO,

Let us combine these two ideas
of warning and hope as we thint
of our work as Christians. Even
under the most favorable cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances the concerned are a
minority lite challenge comes
as we think in terms of our con concern.
cern. concern. What are we concerned
about? We must be a saving as
well as a saved remanant.
Having first turned to God we
must return to the world. The 'est
of our faith is our eagerness to pro proclaim
claim proclaim it to others. Seedlings must
be transplanted to new soil or all
subsequent, gtO5$1.b,,will be choked.
This ig ditlixpett, a church or a
humair aot!t-illt ir-ttt, begonia.
A reMnant tan be the sad re remains
mains remains sof, past glory.,Or it can
be the sample of a :filture hope.
Which turn it tsifes depends upon

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critics 04 4 )tiltgalpAy a -votA?
of 20 tolOtt. ttteeeItetry thw
union chiefs s what would happen
to the bill once it gets "out."
There are two ways to prevent
such a bill from being toughned
on the floor. One is to get Sam
Rayburn to whip two-thirds of the
House members into voting to sus suspend
pend suspend the rules. This means that
the bill innsi be vo,0 on asi, .a.
unit exactl3t 'As it is read out. bk.
the committee. The other is tcr get
a promise from Mr. Sem that he
would privately get a majority of
ad.1 House to kill all amendmNits.
At which point the $pesicor
, wantod te, know lust what- sect,'
of labor-410 Om boys hid' in '-
mind. They- couldn't rosily Say.
-They wore, hottalking for all la.
bor, ospocially the big construc construction
tion construction unions.
Mr. Rayburn pointed out that
th2se IMIOns Mile .--wooked Some'
pr-labor ':-SectiObil Into the hilt
so that. it- the proposed law, no
longer is iist an anti-racketeering
bill. If I ose sections can be
knocked out of the bill the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic chiefs will...see to it that a
"pure" -.anti-racketeering biii; ig
passed ',without being "totighined"
by the House.
If labOr wants the bill-sweetened
there are those lir-Congress who
may say it's abotit time .- labor
took some sour with it.

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It might ftek to keep ielotbies:'
off Politictl' poyikAls If bnly or orphons
phons orphons wit elected. CRAO

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lonal insideirthati there swill he -;
a new labor racket-cracking bill
passed this summer that they're
azeady reckoning it will take .,..t. .4 ''
100,000,000 a year and a special
staff ot 500 agents to police the
mobsters inside some unions and
enforce the law. '.:;., t,
These specialists in I a b o r
rackets would operate under the -- s.- '''
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U.S. Secretary of Labor out of ,z
Washington and a series of region- ai
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what power the government will it. t
I t $913 Oc,.
have to throw at the corrpt ones .-.
a few of whom are highlT paced t ,,, q 10 fat
vice presidents of key unionsno tO td
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one really knows.
In effect, that's just what Wel. ...,
Jer Phillip Reuther and George
MacGregor Harrison of the Rail- t
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way Cierks Union asked Samuel ;,z)) ex .-- I
Taliaferro Rayburn in the House
Speaker's office last .week. Air, 1 0 l't
Sam taught th0si young labor --..... ..ft,..! .i
'men a lesson. ..,
For most of 40 minutes the 17- i ik ,,
, learold watermolon loving ,, 14 1,
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listened to the men from the
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proletarian north. They had
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asked for the appointment, not ado' -, ', ,.,216
only its active labee leaders, o I
, but as the two most 'powerfuL, ,,,,,,-, do ',1'
labor Democrats Reuther and ,
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Harrison wanted to know if it deo Po,
was possible for Mr. Sam to ,Ill
make certain that the House
passed softerAtill than did the
Senate.
Reports have it that Speaker Ja 2
Rayburn asked them what sott of
bill they had in mind. The tabor
men talked. But to Mr. Saw i, was
all theory. In effect, he saw how
,can he promise anything in this
off-the-record talk if labor itself I observed the feature space
does not come up with something that old Sidney Bechet reaped
specificnot in the way of critic- when he died in Paris of cancer
ism, of which there is p:enty, but a bit back, and I am betting that
in the way of a specirc docu- it is more space than Rep. ;John
ment. J. Rooney (D., N.Y.) will collect
Me feeling was that Rayburn some distant day. And you had to
believes ,the:'-thertAriPtight, or -btkit,-Teal -Jolly Roll Morton boy to
40 forceslnIdWaSSlelf of,wkftre tlit;Olit Slaney's tenor saxophone,
wanted tornetItIng-7different lir tecause4ittney had been an ex exspecial
special exspecial in the bill. Some, likelpatriatejor about 30 years, on and
John Lewis, want no bill. To off.
whom does one listen?. Who Rooney, obviously unhep, is now
peaks for labor? questiOninea few thousand bucks
One thing, however, is as cer- allocated to sending Jack Reagar Reagartain
tain Reagartain as wide open space in Tex- den, a trombone man from as far
as them is going to be a bill back as I can think, around Asia
passed. as a goodwill gesture to some of
As Mri kirs gmtitjskis lc &De our bamboo-fluting brown breth

One thing, however, is as cor. I
tain as wide open specs in Tex. (
as --there is going to be a bill I
passed.
As Mri toggitAhisit a De- (
mocratic CbgrS1. The party,
which he has helped lead for over
40 years, will be blamed if after
all the exposures of terror, shake
downs, dynamiting, corrupt iOn,
arson and mayhem, there is no
reform bill passed There'll hava
to be a law. And the labor lead leaders
ers leaders will have to decide to go a along,
long, along, Harriadfl Iftelteilther wanted
wanted ,Rayburn to promise that
any bill. brote.3bt out of the pro prounion
union prounion House Labor Committee
would not be toughened on the
house floor. The labor men are
not worried about that will -happen
in committee. The pro-labor
forces .there ititTzbex lahor'ss
critics PricktOrae la a tot
Of 20 tO l01 titstier'Wotry the

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I observed the feature space
that old Sidney Bechet reaped
when he died in Paris of cancer
a bit back, and I am betting that
it is more space than Rep. ;John
J. Rooney (D., N.Y.) will collect
some distant day. And you had to
,150,,"TeaLNIelly Roll Morton boy to
',fitCetct s tenor s a x ophone,

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right. of farni subsidies, is too far
out for me to dig. They ain't got
for bread from me.

But will guarantee that Am.
erican lan music has made us
more friends and less ontmlos
than anybody or anything we
ever appointed-to' go out and
spencVmOntlyA. bay. seen Nat
"King" Col a 15,000seat 15,000seatcapacity
capacity 15,000seatcapacity stadium at a 10-doilar
top three times a day and turn
sem away in Australia. Sinatra
has done the same thing, and
we ain't even at war with Sina SinaL
L SinaL tra. And then cats were charg chargp
p chargp ing money for music.

I know what Ambassador
Sateh' hat' dona,vhen he has al allowed
lowed allowed them crazy Russian cats to
dig him the most, and when I
tell you that I have a boxer dog
who lives in Spain, whose name
is Satch, nobody asks me his last
name. His mother, who lives in
Madrid, is named- Ella, and nobo nobody
dy nobody says. Fitzgerald? His sister
is named Lena, and nobody says,
Horner ir Hard' wis 'another dog
in the litter named Rooney, I'll
guarantee somebody will ask:
Mickey? Istead of John J.
If I were to nominate someDody
to the cultural side of Congrns,
apart from Rooney, to whom I
seem4u.laveaaken a violent dis dislike,
like, dislike, rtillitk.trADuld nominate
Jack 'Crystal, ot the Commouore
Music Shop, which alas, is no
more. America fed off the solid
jazz that Crystal and Commouore
issued over the years, and the
careful selection thereof is almost
our proud banner of the true Am American
erican American art form abroad.
,
Even back in the deep depres depression,
sion, depression, when the horn-blowers
didn't have it to eat, Crysta land
Commodora wore in there shov shoving
ing shoving out that non-square Ameri Americana,
cana, Americana, which is sold abroad today
as the On10,09Inal American
Art Form' Ina-Which makes vs
appear atbrbad as something
other than minsters.

You would be surprised what
you' hear over the local radio
stations in little places as far out
as Indian dukahs in the outback
of Kenya, on the tle tired ra radio
dio radio stations of small town in Spain,
on the bigger things in England
and France, on the tinny gramo gramophones
phones gramophones in Arab bazaars from nere
to there 'to yonder. You hear Am American
erican American jazz, and a great deai of
it is stuff that I've got in the house.
You might have to hide in an
embassy, in South America, or get
pelted in the. streetit, but ycou wiii
still be able to hear Teagarden's
sliphorn or Satchmo's trumpet ot
Wild Bill's trumpet or the easy
piano grace of Joe Buskin
If, you: think I'm kidding, I
know President' "Eisenhower, I
had a personal letter this week
from Mr. WM. Baruch and Vice VicePresid,ant
Presid,ant VicePresid,ant Dick ,Nixon, and I ivive
dined with Winston Churchill. But
my biggtst claim to fame is that
Artie Shaw lives down the mud
spice, and often drops in for tea.
Man, I'm the most in Spain. Es en
though Artie don't licorie-stick no
more.

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WASHINGTVg --Retonectiog Nc'4 ": When her'

Washington headlines' exactly-tine
year ago-this -week makes me 'a
little salaamed. The headlines blaz blazed
ed blazed wita news. of Sherman ,,Ad ,,Adems'
ems' ,,Adems' vicuna coat,., his ,-,oriental
rug, and his hotel billsall
ents from Bernard
This column had somethinflo
do with digging out the first Letts
in this conflict-of-interest c a s c,
and the reason: I'm ashamed is
the contrasting- 'treatment given
by Repubdcans to .Serhman Ad Adams
ams Adams and to 'L.
Strauss.
In the case of Sherinat Adams,
they Jelled: "Resign! Throw bite(
out! In the ease of ,..AdmiraL
Strauss, thelsame Republicans
have been ehoutingf
This is anti-Semitisml; Don't per-',
secute this niani".
The two cai offer significant
contrasts and give deep Insight
into American politics. They indi indicate
cate indicate that what is really at stake
is not anti-Semitism, but money
and power. Here ere some of the 1
contrasts:

Contrast No. 1 A Jew was. al,
so involved in the Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams case, but a Russian Jew re recently
cently recently come to the USA. When
he was severely criticized, no
one yelled "anti-Sentitism.'r When
the House of Representatlies vot voted
ed voted to cite him for contempt, on only
ly only eight Republicans voted for'
him.
Admiral Strauss, also Jewish,
comes from an old German Jew Jewish
ish Jewish family, resident in this coun country
try country for many years and which
has been part of one of the big biggest
gest biggest firms on Wall Street. When
his record was scrutinized by the
Senate in connection with decep deception
tion deception affecting millions of "eo "eople,
ple, "eople, such as radioactive poison,
the scrutiny was,galled anti-Semi,,
tie.
Contrast No. 2 -- Sherman Ad Adams
ams Adams is not a man of weakh.
When his scalp was demanded
by leading, ,Reptiblieiva;, he had
no job te On,:and no
come outaide his government ea eahay.
hay. eahay. He still has no job, is liv living
ing living off income from the Adams
memoirs.
Strauss, a partner in Kuhn,
Loeb, filed a partial financial
statement with the Senate show showing
ing showing that his stock in one firm, Po Polaroid
laroid Polaroid Camera, alone was worth
21,000,000. ki,e,.bas, -a...palatial ;es ;estate
tate ;estate in Virginia and was able! to
pay 230,000 for only a part inter interest
est interest in a Black Angus bull.
Contrast No. 3 When Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams was about to testify
before Congress, not one mem member
ber member of the administration helped
him prepare his difficult state statement.
ment. statement. Jim Hagerty, an expel at
public Iola thane, Oak netit. Tex 41e 41eCrary
Crary 41eCrary came dowir from New
York to ehlp, but on that Sunday
evening before he testified, 110
other Republicans or administra administration
tion administration representatiges were around
to give advice
In contrast, Strauss had the
regular .premize, ;enKefficer., of
the Dek2dmoo ercei is issuing
suing issuing press litatementtlill during
his hearings. He also had two
Commerce Department assistants,
Robert J. Dodd and Arthur Arun Arundel,
del, Arundel, sitting at his elbow every
day at the Senate hearing, with
la battery of researchers and oth others
ers others helping hink at, t,he Commerce
Department.

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"than Adams' was -In' trouble,' Vice
President Nixonwas one et -'tits
first to advise privately that he
resign. But for- Strauss, Nixon
has been using his persuasive in influence
fluence influence Joe confirmakion. He even
singled ,,out,, ,,Senator- Smith of
Mosne,' who was reported Waver.
ing on Strauss, to be the'sole Sen Senator
ator Senator invited to Chancellor. Ade.
nailer!'" dinner. Strauss -was in invitedi
vitedi invitedi as the sole Cabinet mem memher.
her. memher.
' contrast to Republicens
demanded that Adam resign,' ev.
try Republican Senator except
Bill Langer of North Dakota has
'appeared leaning toward Strauss,
even, such constientious ,Republi.
cans' as Senators Cooper. of Len Lentricky,
tricky, Lentricky, Aiken of,e,!Vermerit,
Smith of r
Contrast Ne. ',,,,Bernard 'Gold.
fine had used Sherman't Adams' 1
influence at the, federal Trade'
Commission to avoid trouble over 1
the Wool Labeling Act. This was 1
the conflict of interest.'
Admiral Strauss, when Chair.;
man of the Atomic Energy Coin
mission, had conferred- with A.
dolphe Wenzel' of the First Bos.
ton, who had been planted inside
the Budget Bureau to put acro'ss
the Yates:contract. The
First Boston Company was to de.
the financing for Dixon-Yates. 1
Strauss had overridden his 091.1
er AEC commissioners who voted
ed against the Dixon-Yates con.'
tract. As chairman he had pe-1
remptorily OK'd it despite a 3-2
vote against him. Prior to that,
Strauss had withheld the Con.
tract from both his fellow coin.
missioners and the, Senate. He
was the godfather, the main.
spring, and the sparkplug of the
Dixon-Yates contract.
Finally, when the finagling be.
tween the First Boston Company
and the 'Budget Bureau, plus the
conferences with Admirer Strauss,
was ferreted out by a Senate in investigation,
vestigation, investigation, the deal was cancel canceled.
ed. canceled. The Justice Department
which canceled it :ruled Jhat all
the finagling ivas in violation of
the conflict-of-interest statutes. A
conflict of interest carries a cri criminal
minal criminal penalty.
Incidentally, Admiral Strauss
has been a friend of Geer g
Woods, president of First Boston. 4
Kuhn, Loeb and First Boston are
so close that in September, 1955,
-shortly after the Dixon Yates
dea1,0 First Boston, S. G. War Warburg,
burg, Warburg, Ltd., and Kuhn, Loeb
(Strauss' firm) teamed to togeth
er to form the Transoceanic De.
velopment Co., for investment in
securities outside the USA.
The value of the Dixon-Yatee
contract was $20,000,000 'rhe vRI.
ue of the vicuna -coat Sherman
Adams, got from: Bertithrd Got&
fine, plus oriental rug, plus hotel
bills, was about $5,000.
But the American public 43
understand a fur coat and a rtrg,
It can't underdstand a complicat.
' ed public utility contract. So it'e
not anti-Semitism that's involvel
in the Strauss -case. It's the tre
mendous 'power Of Wall Street
money 'behind the' man it want'
to put into the Cabinet as Seers.
1tary of Commerce.
That's why the same' rol,vd
tharis moving heaven and earth
to confirm Admiral Strauss dumps
ed Sherman Adams and indicteti
Bernard Goldfine as millstones a
round the Gpp neck.

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e,e Please try te km the letters limited te ewe nave length: iii mobsters inside some unions and '';',:i., i do with digging out the first tect
e, Identity el latter writers is held in strictest eentidence; ;.:7 enforce the law. ..,- 4, in this conflictofinterest e a i 4
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et, 1 -- This newspaper assumes no responsibility- fit statentents'lls pinions These specialists in labor ii, ,....,,., 6,,,, .,, , and the-reason I'M ashamed ,i.
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, f 4 irote case. In some very remote instances sonteon rha taki your ,first citizen. of Benham; Tee. e , e -- td, ,eseece .-- es-el Contrast No. 1 A Jew was. al
1. e nottir cat in, but this happens ail too rarely. Ineinost Cases the ani- listened .te the men from the --
nfremains where he was dropped waiting for hisemaster to return, proletarian north. They had eke. ... 1.. 11 .1 ..., ... ,,. ..e: ,, : -"e'. ; so involved in the Sherman .Ad
. Vt. e likee Its e e,-,... anis case, but a Russian Jew re
e. i w Ii of course ,doesn't happen. asked for the appointment, not oto '-l'el V.- ',2,' I
I e, --'-' i 41.19AC'IGT Ok .' 42'''' '' '...
, vi; One of the Meanest of so called animalloveisistwbat I call the only OS active label! leaders, ,,
lekNe,(se-t - . : 40' eeee14 cently come to the USA. Whei
I tten dropper." They have a female cat-lige an their own way,, but as the two mest!'powerfule ee "' ,,,, 14 la' tree s eeee,..-,,,,,,,,, ee erste, he was severely criticized, no
' i ler, but don't want to part with the fundseto have ber altered. -labor. Democrats Reuther -and e e ette .: ; ---- 'I ''.---itiree fA so; : e s-'1"77,45- a one yelled "anti-Semitism." Whei
8 i, mr .0 '1, ..6. ''' -,10.14, pb the House of Representallies vet
' So every time she has a litter they wait a few weeks, then gather the Harrison wanted to know if it "leo
, ., : ,e I ILL k L.:.... ,:.!...... - ., ti 7" ;.; :'.-4a,"--
,441, ,,, ,, ....., ,,,,X. ed to cite him for contempt, on
' small completely helpless kittens into a box, and drop them, If at was possible for Mr. Sam to ly eight Republicans voted fo:
. -, Mindi. And ae far as they are concerned r that's, that, make certain that the House
--- him.
Let me stress' at this point that there aieedoefacilities for taking Passed softereeill !hen slid the i,
' Senate. Admiral Strauss, also Jewish
care of these napless animals and they soon die.
e If you heve a pet, and for some reasons must get rid of it, please Reports have it that Speaker
Jazzy Diplomaty comes from an old German Jew
Rayburn asked them what soit of
' l' consider these two courses:
e (I) First try your narndest to find a home for it. bill they had in mind. The tabor bi BOB RUARK
iihsia:::::eaca'eemrffeounilertic::;y
try for many years and whicl
talked. But to Mr Saw
all theory. In effect, he saw how
I (2) II this cannot be done, then see your vet and for a small' men was
Sgeenstatfeirmins :onnneWc at ilal a Stwr eiteht. deVe cheep
an he promise anything in this
sum have your former pet put painlessly to sleep. Thie masyftegrousnlid. c 0 ---
cruel, but in the long run it is by far the most Meru' eta-Y .,
off-thereeord talk if labor itself I observed the feature space ren. It was supposed to cost $63.- 'light. of farni subsidies, is too far
Plea think it over.
, i
't does not come up with something that old Sidney Bechet reaped 350. It cost, as the demand extend- out for me to dig. They ain't got
anti-Semi
tI) ; SPCA FOR ATLANTIC SIDE specific--not in the way of critic. when he died in Paris of cancer ed for Jackson and combo to lee- for bread from me. ple, such as radioactive poison
t I Sir: ism, of which there is pienty, but a bit back, and I am betting that main at popular request, $102,000. '"'
i I the wa of a s d
The greatest praise and support should be given to the "Society tit y peeeee oeu. it is more space than Rep. ;John The tour stretched out to tnree But I Will guarantee that Am- tie'
, ment.
' I for the l'revention of cruelty to Animals," now operating on the Pa- J. Rooney (D., N.Y.) will collect months ani covered 17 countries. erican laze mole has made us
, Corerast No. 2 Sherman kd
:I, cific side. A similar association should be organized on ebe Aelaetie
- t side. There are citizens of Margarita, Cristobal w
, bel e feeling was ethat Rayburn some distant day. And you had to I will not be square enough to mere friends arid less enemies e.,..s .11
by leadinfi ,......petti
ng 1,1 a enoomjecsbouteti
no teaktyli!, litsyti, Jeves ihetAttiVitit-etight, ',lir bkleettaisJelly Roll Morton boy to hit this square Rooney with-any than anybody or anything we s'
tee 10 forceslnid i not a man of wealth
When his scalp was demandeo
il 1 i that one of the reasons for the existence of Mindi farMieirtn tar ' Slane
t d 4445)444 ntiWhitTe tlit,O, y s tenor saxophone, way-out allegations about 11,- -everappointed-tcrgo out and ., ,
eepe, he 44
ffn b i
iciae"his ioveirnment s' a
'l 4 v'de a place where suPeefluous cats and newlPhore kitten:1 maY he Wan! Something-- ii trent etritecatiose.:eSidney had been an ex 500-a-year administration as ,sit- spendStribmieek It have seen Nat
i
iary. He. still has no job, is liv
0 :and no:In
I abandoned; these PeoPle rest in the conviction that these abandoned jepoehcnialumwtsthewabnitlenoSombeti, li,kreo opffatriatepr about 30 years, on and ants, or any details at all about "Ki Col IV a IS 000se t
the new Senate office building an capacity stadium at a 10-dollar
j i animals will be fed and cared for by the U.S. government! They have
whom does' one listen?: Who floohey, feloniously unhep, is now all that wall-to-wall-rug jive, or top three times a day and turn
peaks for labor?
'.i A told me so. Ax a consequence there is a group of mature eats who mg off income from the Adam
LomSeemtbr,tieuirsisii da oparptnertt 1 infiooKnuoira
uestionin a few thousand bucks even about out-of-this-b u d g e t sem away in Australia. Sinatra
i ; receive food now and then or as often as certain kind-hearted women
1 One thing, however, is as cer. gallocated tgo sending Jack Reagar front-porch administration, or has done the same thing, and
; of can go on a mission.
i tain as wide open space in Tex. den, a trombone man from as far sneaky franking privileges, or any we ain't even at war with Sina Sinastatemente
statemente Sinastatemente with thaer Saenate show
. i e I have seen kittens, just able to walk, so young, that had been
as -there is going to be a bill back as I can think, around Asia of that other legislature jazz. Not tra. And these cats were 'charo 'charoi
i 'charoi left in a carton, to die of starvation. As you know, sir, a kitten can canpassed.
passed. canpassed. as a goodwill gesture to some of me. Any member of Congress ing money for music.
laroid Camera, alone was wort
t not lap milk untio quite some time after birth. Nature intends that
As Me, keel eleetheileisiet 04 tee our bamboo-fluting brown breth- with a conscience these days, in
mocratm congrers. The $1,000,000. eee,has, esepalatial ',es
ing that his stock in one firm, Pc
' the mother shall supply the nutriment it needs. This means that the
i
which he has helped lead forPacol.vteYr' ,,
, li le I know what Ambassador
Virginia' and. was able', ti
' i young kitten may be starving but cannot lap. no matter how much
.11 be blamed if after ,t ; Stitch, hat' done etvhen he has al alpay
pay alpay $50,000 for only a part inter
't t milk may be placed before it. Hence, in a few days death comes to 40 years
daewtnse, exdpyonsaumreistinogf ,terrcoorr,rusphiaikone, ,..
lowed them crazy Russian cats to tate in
; the little cat, by starvation. Here are a few suggestions to your read- II h wi ..... .,,o
dig him the most, and when I
li 40 crs: ... i
arson and mayhem, there is no itittillaV -,......
IZI....::i.....:i.,........:...
who lives in Sgpain, whose nasm, er est in a Black Angus bull.
. (1) If your mother cat has kittens: Raise them if you can. If
reform bill passed There'll have tell you that I have a boxer dog
- Contrast No. 3 When Shell
4b-temf o r ep r eCpoanrgere hs st s, ndoi ft f :ant; ms t ae mt e
: I not, see U.S. government veterinarian who will "put them to sleep" e ove MI-4, ......
...
...... n Adams was about to testa,
is Satch, nobody asks me his last '"a-
, I painlessly. There is a small fee for this service.
, to be a law. And the labor lead-
-
,..
- name. His mother, who lives in
os 2 Better still: If you like your pet. have the government veter- ee. ,,,,
( ) erg will have to decide to go a- t.,4 ose VSIM ber of the admini t a
- Madrid, is nametteElla, and nobo- s r tIon helPet
- 1 Intel spay:.1,1'. This will cost a little- more, but is well worth the long,: 406011-s- 4tere.-ej .........:
proof mtihs ee othraot. re ee....e dy says. Fitz erald? His si 'e
mo y. You will bave a pleasing Pet, nd more kittens. no more howl-
Harristerkeitell th
eu er wanted aintalCTillalo 4 ment. Jim Hagerty, an ex rt
i is named Lena, and nobody says, Pe eta
4 ing at night. Almost anyone will adopt a friendly mother cat that
awnaynlenbil1RharYowburehnt 4
, Horne" ir tare wit's 'another dog publie relation dide neer,. Tex me
Ii 4 hea been spayed.
' i toll t in the litter named Rooney, I'll Crary came downs from Nev
(34 There is another choice: If you can't continue housing your (CreGTIZOZTJeattellt tri2.417; ''':': .:::, f.::,.:::
union House '' Labor Committe guarantee somebody will ask: York to elites but on that Sunda:
I cat, she can be "put to sleep" painlessly. By the vet. Truet no ama
teurs. Only professionals can give the proper care on these oper- would not be t e
oughened on the sesseele tr::.::: 1'..:.::,e. Mickey? Istead of John J. evening before he testified, ni
4, house fl Th
oor. e labor men are tarnalillteeerte 1411W e .e other Republicans or administra
e ations. .. not worried about that will -II
, illiiike tion representatiges were aroun(
ap- If I were to nominate someeody
. I (4) If you have the kittens "put to asleep" always leave one with pen in committee. The pro-lahor
to the culttiral side of Congress, to give advice ei ni:'ndi::11fe doff:be: 1 ebtui hglic,
'he mother. All eat adviee books mention this. Otherwise the mother
, forces Aber apart from Rooney, to whom I In cohtrast, Strauss had tho
r bas a badtime, with the accumulation of milk. Ipt Ortrig critics it,,,,e 4-.1iTzbe,r labor',s, grAl,....41 4 -, seemzetwitave,i;taken a violent dis- regulareptegeeTel. 6-enge'efficer o
(5) Best all-round advice: Have your female cat spay w es loy a Atotkil
.- of 20 Ict 7 e e
et0 e ttedde setvotry the t-e. MOV ; Do giro
I like, rthidktreleauld nominate the pePAtistIte
o so ercelis
professionee union chiefs s what would h Jack :CryStal, of the Commouore suing press satatementesell clurlie
appen ,.-----4. sr!.-
. (6) Male cats may be neutered and become wonderful pets, real to the bill once it
i gets "out." Music Shop, which etas, is no his hearings. He also had two
stay-at-bomes!
t There are two ways to r t more. America fed off the solid Commerce Department assistants
t p even 0 e -4
, The sugeeetions in this letter may seem cruel. but think it over. such a bill from be' ':iee:tee:eee::ee:ei Robert J. Dodd and Arthur Arun
mg oughened jazz that Crystal and Commodore
- s How much more humane, civilized and Christian than to let them
, on the floor. On
e is to get Sam issued over the ears n
- Y a d the del, sitting at his elbow ever
suffen, Rayhurn to whip two-third f h
s o t e careful selection thereof is almost daY at the Senate hearing, wilt
' "Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy." Matthew .-... e :.,.,,
House members into t.
54, vo mg to sus- our proud banner of the true Ain- 0 battery of researchers and oth
I seeePt
' HumaneeMinded. pend the rules. This means that
the bill mud
ee ''1I ''' unit exactbr t :
be Wed on aze, a '. ,,
,..- I erican art form abroad.
' '" ers helping him at the Commerco
.
,
Department. ..I.1411tv,
101
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-,ee APPRECIATE EMPLOYE e. eee e . alet 1 is read oue bk FOR, like the rare flowersof the Atnii'ion ,1!
, 1! i Even back in the deo de res- e
o P P ,
I ra
,... -se
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-- "-- in committ
, ,. 4 e ee. The ether is tcr get
a promise from Mr. Sam that ee these Movado watches are the only fitting. sion, when the hornblowers
didn't have it to eat, Crysta land
,I ' It is my understanding that God has promised "peace on earth would privatel
to men of good will." Y get a majority of adornments for her Beauty.
tie House to kill all amendm" A- Commodora were in there shelf- A
,nts. noder Outilani
In my 17 years of employment with the U.S. government on the At which i
pe nt the $ k r And what precision tool At the last official
1 ing out that nen-square Ameri AmeriCt
Ct AmeriCt nal Zone, rye not known eny U.S. citizen who has shown more wanted te, knew, lust whPlit s
r cane, which is sold abroad today
1 11.' 6r in t h wi bservator
good will toWar4 his subordinates than Lt. Cdr. Van Oadoleof Reeeinein of labeeeble tho be e Pr r to petition o t e S ss,0 y
,. Y1 lad' in ,
' ei 1 as the Oniii; original American 4 ft,',!. iiii
' I 1!
' Naval Stetiotee' ., qv
k 1. : rli:i mind. Thoy couldn't really ea at Neuchatel, Moved toPs the Grand List v Art Form; anrevitich makes vs 4 s ,t,..pi
ELIit",Irltil C
,,,,,v,,,
v His stay on the Isthmus is expected to end soon, ut the. Pan- They were, not lalkinn f II Y.
or a la. appear 'bread as something
amanian employes of Rodman will never forget him. We Ieel sure bele os 1 11 te er
pee a y 'es ig construe. and wins the First Three Places among 1),
,, 4 , ether than minsters.
. REFRIGERATOR
that God will grant him that peace which he has merited. tion unions. ,elt, i
:,! A Panamanian Employe. lit Wrist Chronometers of leading Brands listed. --' 1 A
Mr. Rayburn pointed out b You would be sur r e
p is d what
.
' ''4 th'le IMICIPS Mire oDked ,0,14
, c i.- ...--,,,, you' hear over the local radio s ..
.
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geese as Indian dukahs in the outback
, V 4A ri, r, vr A Ikko.':: so that. it- the proposed la --
sv, no vese: i
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f s of Kenya, on the N tle tired ra- ..mr i
t, 1 111 A I I
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. ger is ust an ant'
MIL If
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I eracketeering
I ose sections can be
knocked out of the bill the Demo- IIIMIIK
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dio stations of small town in Spain, ' 'eemo 1
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on the bigger things in England 'i r :-' di I) ,I, k
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and Franee,. on the tinny gramo- 111
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. "pure" enteracketeering bill.; ig .V.'''''''' '' phones in Arab bazaars from nere is .e totetwet i lp
,
(Presented by the Depart- Let us combine these two Idee3 passed swithout bilng "totighined" ''' -'''' s'' to there 'to yonder. You hear Am Am,
, Am, A Movado Miniature,
ment of Christian Education el of warning and hope as we thinit bY the House. erican jazz, and a great deai of Ikelielao el 't
, tho Episcopal Church in the of our work as Christians. Even If leber wants the bilfsweete ed ref. 148, 18 K. Gold, 1
' It is stuff that I've got in the house. 1 Set ,, I le
I 1 Missionary Diocese of the Pone. under the most favorable clie there are those ins Congress wnho faceted sapphire crystal , '''''''' H 600 II
nka. Canal Zone.)
1
, cumstances the concerned are a maY siot it's abopt time labor IDC11:1
minority Tte challenge comes
f took some sour with it.
, a Movado ref, 7954, You might haVe to hide in an
is K. Gold embassy: in Seuth America, or get 7.', 12r: 17-71
th.,...,
,,,..
1 I St. Matthew S:13 r c n-
as we think in terms o ou o pelted in the. streetie but ycou wid '' ' '''
. 4 li cern. What are we concerned etuVADO WATCHES are sold and serviced by leading still be able to hear Teagarden's
t i A REMNANT WILL RETURN about? We must be a saving as jewelers all over the world. pi New York it's Tiffany's sliphorn or Satchmo's trum et ot ,
i ti well as a saved remanent. and in Panama it Is CASA FASTLICIL Wild Bill's trumpet or the P easy
,
i '' "Ye are the salt el the earth: piano grace of Joe Buskin ,
t i but if the salt have lest his Having first turned to God we
---e 1 opto
; savour, wherewith shall it be must return to the world. The 'est t "la Atia ralui,,,th If, yen think I'm kidding, I
salted." of our faith is our eagerness to pro- aes t" "Eisenhower, I
.
i When Isaiah named his son claim it to others. Seedlings must lit, 7:11..."1 lkoliglii r I 07L ifinooramPpreersBsidoiln4
lipterhtbinsd ;reek w . ,
' 1 Shear-jashub -a remnant will re- be transplanted to new soil or all sem it ARE ALWAT AT YOUR,EI
EtIbP- dies
turn-lie was using it as a warn- subsequent geikete,will be choked.
, oi -v ;
'e fot CENTRAL AMERICA S President Dick Islixon, and I neve sliki A Ti Amor, ri
,,
,,t ing. Only part of the nation Thig ig-dot,,Ar,
At, church or a 41 I e
eo, LEADING JEWEL LER$' dined with Winston Churchill. But
I would survive disaster. Later the human Wreak-it ite-bt is begonia. r A my- higgist claim to fame is that CIIIATIVIIIML,,, EL
, phrase took on a hopeful note. A reMnint tab be the sad re t.19 ( o
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-, Artie Shaw lives down the reed 31, AUTON
The remnanat who have survived mains 'Of, peat gloryenr it can '' Across the Chase Manhattan Bank'. spice, and often drops in for tea.
, will turn in repentance to God. It be the sample of it !Mere hope.
will be a spiritually saved minori- Which turn it take d pe d
s e n s upon It might here, t k
eV relateies
, 41ff PClitktll' PtlYkoill If bell ' '
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Y et- ; L01011' Jee ry Co., 10th and Front Ave., Colon thou
e Man, I'm the most in Spain. Esen 1
gh Artie don't licorie-stick no AMPLE PARKING SPACE e I
,e ty. Pilluns wets elected.
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limos:,-,- t wphiyoldnbelBsgigilnit,sstArab bazaars from nere ( 0 ulonliamil : 1 'ti, -.- --.--...
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to there 'to yonder. You hear Am- --o LOW POWER 1
erican jazz, and a great deai of ikiIna .46 SUMPTION
A Moved Miniature,
ref. 148, 18 K. Gold, 1 it is stuff that I've got in the house. I .1 1
MOVADO faceted sapphire crystal
13 Moved ref, 7954, You might have to hide in an ,,,..., to, go 1
--, tt 1
I tTe. GUARANTEED 7
BLE-F R I E OF
is K. Gold embassy in South America, or get TION
pelted in the streets, but ycou wid 111111 ESPECIALLY 1
AtoVADO WATCHES are sold and serviced by leading still be able to hear Teagarden's --
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jewelers all over the world. In New York it's Tiffany's sliphorn or Satchmo's trumpet ot
'-"".......1."""1 e) AleAa fa, h
t If, you think I'm kidding, I
know President' "Eisenhower, I
had a personal letter this week ----
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and CREDIT TEI
07 WE ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
A A om, o from Mr. WM. Baruch and yke
; i, CENTRAL AMERIumt a Presid4nt Dick Islison, andh,I1
2
, Across the Chase Manhattan Bank
1 Artie Shaw lives down the roud
spice, and often drops in for tea. t
31, AUTOMOBILE ROW
' FAMILIES, SAC
and In 1114:0Panamlisela Itwls CASA FASTL terluamimpetto oframthee is etahsayt ORS, OFFICES,
piano grace of Joe Buskin ORATORIES, 1Ti
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:i dmined ,with Winston Churc 11 B
.111vuel "NATIONAL',,1 ELECTRIC CENT'
)1cilitiC
'4 of LIADING JEWEL LERS'
1 ,.: ,, Man, I'm the most in Spain. Esen
1 ' Coion'Jewilry tO., lOth and Front Ave., Colon though Artie don't licorie-stick no AMPLE. PARKING SPACE a PLEASANTLY AIR-CONDITIO
more.

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CEREMONY', AT 1137th,-- Two 'members of the 938 th 'Engineer Company (Aviation) (IAGS) Fort
Kobbe, werelonored'af,a Presentation ceremom 1st. Sgt. Baymond L. Iddings, right, was ,awarded-;
the Bronze Star Medal for meritorious 'perform& nee in the European Theater during, World.-War
and Sfe. Felix C. Alston, center; was presented a U.S. Army Caribbean Certificate 'offAeNeVmellt
for-outstanding duty, while serving as a member of the Joint Brazil-U.S. Military Commision,front
Deeetitter 125F to Matti' of thie year. Both NCO's who have a total of more than 32 years of ArmY'''
service were given the awards by Lt. Col. Jack W. Ruby, commanding officer of tha-,937thv,,-
At the left is Capt. Robert G. Friar, administra tive officer for the unit. (US Army Photo)

517th Artillery Battery Commended
On 100 Percent Support For AUSA

.--

At a special formation held at
Tort Davis yesterday, Maj. Gen.
Charles If. Dasher, U.S. Army
Caribbean commanding general;
congrattilated petsonell of B
Battery; 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artillery on their record of NO
per cent membership in the Asso Association
ciation Association of the United States Ar ArDasher
Dasher ArDasher tapieige the' belief
That this is the only nnit in the
Army able to make this claim.
Be commended the officers and'
men for becoming members of
an organikation "which upholds)
the highest 'traditions of the serv service
ice service and which will work for the
common good."
The Association of the 'United
States Army known as AUSA
has among its objectives sup support
port support of a national military poli policy
cy policy which will promote peace and
stability throughout the world;
contributing its capabilities in ad.
vancing the seeority 'of ,the
ed States; informing the Ameri American
can American people of the fundamental
factors pertaining to the nation national
al national .security and fostering public
understanding and support of the
U.S. Army.,.
rigt In addition,, it 4eeks to promote
02110' Army and unit traditions which,
contribute. ta esprit de corps, and
3 superior performance of duty.
and to commemorate the memo memory
ry memory of soldiers who gave their
iitves in the country's service.
It is similar, Dasher said, to
such professional associations as
those active in the fields of law.
medicine and engineering, 'which
provide a forum lor advancing
,the science of the profession and

7 Margarita Stouts
: Have Court Of Awards
3 Intermediate Girl Scout Troop
i68 of Margarita keld a Court
of Awards at an outing at Ran Ran;
; Ran; elm Ramos last week. The fol folj
j folj lowing badges were presentea:
,- Cyclist Christine Bath, San San-
- San- dy Eckhbff, Annq gilley, Leslie
.
1 Richmond; Outdoor. Safety Nil,'
, ginia Faris, Anne Gilley, !les-,
I lie Richmond, Macel Washabaugh;
Health Aid Christine Bak
Mlle Davison, Sandy Ecihoff,
,. Virginia Faris, Anne Gilley, Myra
Nichols, Barbara O'Neal, Sandy
Sellers, Macel Washabaugh. -9,
, Cook Barbara O'Neal; .eadV
: er Sandy Eckhoff; Needle ratt
:, Anne GilleY; First Aid C riti riti11
11 riti11 ; tine Bath, Estile Davison, ShildJ
; Eckhoff, Virginia Faris, A Nes,
1 Gilley, Susan Matbieson, My r a
Nichols) Barbara O'Neal, S it b,dy
": Sellers, Macal Washabaugh.
; Girls aompleting the require require4
4 require4 merits for ',first class rahk were
2 Anne Gilley and Sandy Sellers.
:. Girls who &toothed Pioneer and
Conservatimr.fledgeo on, tneir
1 curved tar rank were Eatelle Da Davison,
vison, Davison, Sandy Eckhoff, Virginia Fa-,
1 ris, Susan ,Mathieson, MYKa iilli,-
chola), Htuffeintirbare 011,.aP d
1 Mace' Wishatabgh.,MytoeNichli
4' received the five year numeral,
7, The girls will hav'e' 8 disi)lay 'of
:, bateas they have painted in
4 the Margarita Service Center &if,-
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Leaders of Troop 68 are Mrs.
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Father's Day Program
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ANDR MRS. ACLY FETED AT FAREWELL LUNCH
Dr. Jose Mvarado. First Secretarv of the Peruvian Em Embassy',
bassy', Embassy', and Mrs. Alvarado entertained Thursday at a luncheon
bontring the Counsel lot of the United States Embassy and
it. Austin Ac ly, who are soon to return to the States.
The luncheon was given at the Union Club in Panama
City.

Mrs: Moir Honored
At Champafloda
Mrs. Go Ida Malt Israel's For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister, who visited briefly
b Panama this week, was feted
pt a champafia (champagne
rally) hosted by Panama's For

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Moreno Jr.
The event was held at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton Hotel, And was at attended
tended attended by ignitaries f Latin
American countries.

Education Ministers
Honored At Dinner
Dr. Mao-lan Tuan, Chinese Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Panama, was ,host
at a dinner party this weekc bon bonorning
orning bonorning Panama's Minister of E Education
ducation Education and Mrs. Carlos Sucre.
The event was held at the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Embassy.

Naval Officers Wives
Tour Palo Sue
Naval Otters, Wives Club
members were tiken'on a tour of
the Palo Seco leprosarium by
Mrs. Ezra Hurwitz, wife oi the
director, this week, then the
'group returned to the Fort Kobbo
Officers Club:04of lunch.
, Kit McClain',,tok Julia Daniels
were guests jtf'Mrs. Mary Clark.
New members of the club who
were introduced were Gertrude
Howell, -Jeannie Ethrideg, Ja ne
Hallisey, Kathy ,Neeley and Jua Juanita
nita Juanita Scbuller,Idembers who are
soon to' telivtOlte Isthmus are
Milmar MeYerit,'Mary Lund, Kay
Gillespie and Shirley Van Osdol.
Brigmans, Leave
For Vacation It Statas
Mrs. andlirs, James A. Brig Brigman
man Brigman theleAatightOr Suzanne and
son Jiminsi loft week for a
1 vacation in the States. They
,will risit in numerous states, and

Mr. Brigman will attend a Radio Radiological
logical Radiological Defense Officers Course at
the National Civil Devense
lege Battle Creek, Mick.
The Brigman family will return
to the Isthmus in early Sep September
tember September on th,e Panama Line.

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On Other Fool
For Nuclear Views

LONDON (UPI) Aneurin Bev Bevan,
an, Bevan, the fiery Welshman who
would be foreign secretary in J
British 'Labor government, bat battled
tled battled with his former left wing
tolleagues yesterday to let Brit-,
ain remain a nuclear power.
Th3 spectacle was a curious
one. Bevan, whose former ex extreme
treme extreme left-wing views and pa pacificism
cificism pacificism made him suspect in the
United States, was advocating
British retention of the hydrogen
bomb.
Ranged against him were cot
leagues who were advocating a
British go-it-alone polity of ban banning
ning banning H-bombs, and who not too
many years ago thought Bevan
was with them. But affairs came
to such a pass that lett win winger
ger winger Sydney Silverman yelled
'Como off it, Nye," when Bevan
appeared to him to be too riVit riVitwiagish.
wiagish. riVitwiagish. The battle had deep interna international
tional international complications because a
general election is to be htld
kere within the year and a La
bor government may tome to
power.

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ISTHMIAN AND BRIDEJohn Norman Albright, son of Arthur
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Carole Simone Hutchison, after their wedding in Stillwater, Okla.
Me newlyweds are making their residence in Stillwater.

WELL DONENavy Chief Radioman Charles Edwards is honor honored
ed honored for "outstanding performance of his professional duties" at
the 1.111. Naval Communications Station before hie departure yes yesterday
terday yesterday 1of tthew duty assignmenti The veteran chief. active its
manager of the Communication Station's Softball team. which
reached the semi-finals this year's PAF tourney. was cited bv
his commanding officer. Cdr. Charles F. Concannon (left). He
Sailed aboard the transport Gibbins today with his -sfe ann
family.

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ning beginning to pay off. Anyway, Made
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this. East discarded a heart and
a spade.
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lead ,West discarded a diamond,
dummy a spade and East had to
let go a spade to hang on to his
four hearts.
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tile ten of -diamonds. Dummy's
seven of diamonds had done its
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(Dorothy Mtge lion is on vacs.
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is one of the nation's, first fa.,
mous photographer's models,
Cendy Jones, now prosident of
the Candy Jonos Career Girl
School in New York.)
CANDY JONES WRITES
I get letters from Susie Crs all
over the country, asking tiuestions
about New York and careers. If
could answer them all, I'd say:
Let me tell you right in front,
Susie, you're so right! New York
is the place for you to zero in on.
Your education's over and you're
leaving home to go out into the
cold cruel world, and New York
hi truly the:,area, gOlf1P11.APP9K-t
tunity. .,m ,,

But temper that wild, enthu
slasm. Manhattan, especially in
the summer, can be a little less
than perfect. 'rhose gold-paved
streets, Well, you can fry eggs
on them. Your maketip can melt
like a marshmallow an0 our love.,
ly frozen building,: ifiteriorte.'tin'
give you the diridest
ever had. Successful New Yorkers
live graciouslybut just wait,
child, until you try to respond
graciously to the daily riot of a
subwayor bus rush hour.

A couple ,,ofother,,,,ROVenerii
come to mind.. You may be dress dressed
ed dressed in your newest, nicest, most
eya-catching costume to hunt
jobs in, but don't expect heads to
turn automatically ,in approcia
tion. The hadsomet, best-turned-
out women in 3he. world gemere,
and while pug POtIteu likt011
or Dubuque personality m a y
dredr up all kinds of men, am
duty bound to tell you that the

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weeli YULI MUIR.
After you're tattled, Open charge
accounts in the good Sth Ave.
stores. Use available credit cards,
They're part of our way of de.
, About men? Well, just remems
,ber, Susie that back home, nice
iltrisAon't walk down Main St.
alOnk After JO p.m.and here,
every street leMain. And pleas
don't talk ,to atrangerL4t's pecu pecuJiar;
Jiar; pecuJiar; but gte new 'gal in town just
cant help wearing that MWhee
look', at melr,1 (just got'' here!"
look,t- A WOK;ttitt,spot it' instantly.
"WhYt1.1794 must It, In xv-, no,
,01, model IPCopproacii is pret
ty obvious, ,f
Remember' you're bertrmarl bertrmarlly
ly bertrmarlly for Ji weer, not a ea Three
,dates ,a- week, should, be enough.
Make liursoyou're taken to "21"
the Stoek Club and El Storm. At
ter that you 'seen relax and learn
about theYillage, horse cabs and
the GePrge'4Waahington Bridge.
Sitsia:'te;tri look' forward to
the most exciting Ume of your lif .,e
Brish up on your tYping, just in
ease, and make, sure you can sup.
PrtlooFtell lot three months at
isastb-Aien come and Ilse your
dmsent.r
Shirt id
r plc nit. Say goodbye ti
Mom- and Pop. But don't forget,
afterlou iet barewrite home. no
Mittel' how famous you become..s,
an I,' hope you'll be a star!
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!AKIO( SONG 1 I RIOUSLY
t, PALK Italy (UPI) Vincent
50, As singing barber with'.
t large clientele, suddenly sp.
pu3teareettityohnsuthewagvain-loog thissigbarmroots snold
singing a top Italian hit tunet, 0)
"To Ply, To Sing." As he begat
arm th ugh Pitg to ft, sntr
'a seransd voerse,trhe
Amaoed from the r Her waal
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spread his'

,pinerNc eenwt a
So much for the glo6111. On the,
jag vtrailigahbtleeninhagclyheltoowrs.
other hand, where else can you
live so completely? This is 'the
gYeorlf
dream city. The best theatres,
stores, museums and galleries are
yoursand there isn't another
town anywhere from which you
can write home, "Guess who was
in Manhattan today? President
Eisenhower, Rock Hudson, Dr.
Salk, Princess Grace and Greta
Garbo!"
A day after you arrive here, it
can be your town. Or it can' be
Heartbreak House.
All the girls ask about clothes.
Don't foolishly complete your ward
robe at home. Pack basically
two black dresses that can. go to l(t
luncheon and- dinner (not
boo-ish), two suits that wi spell
"variety" with blouse changes, a
couple of cardigans, at least two
after-dark dresses (the less bus'',
the better) and dark closed-toeaud
heel pumps. Resist the
the impulse to blow the clothes.
budget bank-roll at home., The fun
of buying your first ,Nety York
costume is wonderful!
Bring your vitamin pills and 'any
doctor's prescriptions. you have,
and extra pair of gleams. And by
all means make a reservation in
a midtown hotel. II assume
you're a ladyso remember
that young ladies check in at wo women's
men's women's hotels, 'such, ar Ike Barbiz Barbizon,
on, Barbizon, Merton or Tatham House.,
They offer you much protection,
compratively small overhead and
companionship and anyway,
dear girl, you won't have time
to play homernalterin your own
litthz. Oat flirAnatiri, Atonal.
'
I always tell girls to bring let..
ters of recommendation or intro.
ductionfrom clergymen, school
principal', bankers, or previoul
employers. And bring your own
pillow.,That's not Al bilarte 11S it
SOunda.dt, brought mine from At.
lantic.TitY nearly two decades
ego. Ahy place away from home
can be larand it's more corn,
fortable to weep your homesick
tears into a familiar pillow, if
weep you must.
After you're tettled, open charge
accounts in the good Sth Ave.
stores. Use available credit cards.
They're part of our way of life.
, About men? Well, just remems
lber, Susie that back home, nice
Alon't walk down Main St.
itiOnk After JO p.m.and here.
every street leMain. And please
don't talklo atrangera.4t's pecu-,
har, but tite new 'gal in town just
,
earet hell) Wearing that 'Whets
look', at melr,1 4ust got' here!"
look.?- A wolt-Mitt,spot it' instantly.
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01, model Ipen oppronett is prett
ty obvious, 14:7,L1.,7,
' Remember' yoU're belerimari belerimarily
ly belerimarily for career, not a ca Three
,dates ,a- Week, should.'be enough.,
Make inirsoyou're taken to "21"
the Stoek Cluh and El Norm. At At,ter
,ter At,ter that you Actin rein and learn
about the, Wage, horse cabs and
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J. POLVO For Vacation It States The battle had deep Interns- ISTHMIAN AND BRIDEJohn Norman Albright, son of Arthur dumnlY a apsde And East had to .4 3 i
A. Albright of Gatun, is pictured with his bride. the former let go a spade to hang on to his .3 ,vI
ehdda Carole SirnOne Hutchison, after their wedding in Stillwater. Okla. four hearts.
Dons NOT Mrs. antl lira, James A. Brig- tional complications becbaeus
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ISTHMIAN AND BRIDEJohn Norman Albright, son of Arthur
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the week of June 22 by U.S.
Army Caribbean units.
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60mm ntottats--Wi'll rn acluire
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be undergoing tests with rifles,
pistols, mortars and 106mm re recoilless
coilless recoilless rifles. The maximum al altitude
titude altitude is 5768. feet and the horizon
tal ranel is 7400 yards.
The Venhido Field Firing Range
will he in Ilqf on Tuesday, June
23 between 7:30 Lin. and 4:30
p.m. Live firints of 60mrn tear.
drops and inert orolectiles ls
planped by unite of the battle
grouo. The. inaximtim altittide, is
148 feet, and fife 'horizontal range
Is 235,vards ,
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to utilize the rort navi, Small
Arms Range 'on Wednesday be between
tween between 1 and A n.m. Reenrd firing
with tbe automatic .45 caliber
?MOM Is scheduled with the max maximmn
immn maximmn altitude 9000 feet, and the
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nanve. Maximum altitude will
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range Is 7500 yards.

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s has been scheduled for Festivkl is the big event upcoming
eek of June 22 by U.S.I on the musical scent. And in Pa PaCaribbean
Caribbean PaCaribbean units. nama, it's th,e, Seednd Internatio InternatiosgtOttl
sgtOttl InternatiosgtOttl osithkr, i10,- and Mal Jazz Festival, 18 be staged by
niortars-, ill he in acli'drrthe thrt Kobbe Service Club on
,!4-hour-a-day basis at Em- Sunday and Monday, June 28
ange. The maximum al- and 29.
will be 6500 feet and the Muskians from the Republic of
unt, hrizontal range will Panama-and the,ganal Zone will
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f ft fvat.tt ,, tcombine 4their,talents;.for the oc oc-
- oc- casiklifwhich- gives ,the public a
: also' is scheduled all week chance to hear all types of rhytm
4-hout-a-dav basis at Rio presented by leading exponents.
where troops from the lst The first festival last year drew
Groub, 20th Infantry, will more than 2000 interested specta-
lergoing tests with rifles, tors to the Kobbe club, and again
mortars and 106mm re- this year the general public is in inrifles.
rifles. inrifles. The m,aximum al- vited to attend the event.
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Ls 5768. feet and the horizon
let is 7400 yards. Programs, will, be, held from
Ventdo Field Firitt Range 7:'30 to -11-'30 P.M. on both nights.
in use on Tuesday, June First to sign up for the festival
veen 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 was Arthur Branch, who played
ive firine of 60mto tear- :the ,opening number last year.
and inert nrolectiles ;s His combo will open the Second
I by !mite of the battle Jazz Festival.
The, inliIinnitil altittith is A vocal group led by Miss Vena
t, and the 'horizontal range Bennett,"the Zone Tones, also
yards , , will take parts The ,young singers
ho fltlat4q!'side:is tlie-14th include the Misses Ginger Lytle,
attalion, 517th Artglerv, is Peggy Norman, Ruth and Arena
,ze the rort moil, Small Bennett.
Range 'on Wednesday be- The DomAnos and the Sky Tones
1 and 1 n.m. RP,nrd firing are among the many other alg algse
se algse automatic .45 caliber gregation scheduled.
s scheoluied With the max- All jazz groups. soloists and vo voaitltitgle
aitltitgle voaitltitgle 9000 feet, and the calists are inyited to participate.
1:?,11.ro.Ye i,171)0,,,yardS, ,,,,, ., Trp9sperPstiOn, wikhe Jurnished.
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vitYer Rt -Fmpire ArtiPerv conflict with other engagements.
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, 4-Vacation School
!Opos House Tonight
, 1, Pupils and staff members of the
Mal,boa Union Church will have
eisi open house this evening st
t1:39 to demonstrate to parents
Isn4 friends the activities of the
peeek school.
iitallan Art Exhibit
i,Extonded To Juno 25
; By request of art lovers nd
eul,tyral societies, the exhibition
of Italian contemporary graphic
, :art in the library of the Univer Univerr:sity
r:sity Univerr:sity of Panama will remain open
, ,to ,lhe public through June 25.
Niititing hours are from 9 a.m. zo
:12 noon and 3 to 9 p.m.
, The exhibit is sponsored by the
jtaitian Embassy and the Dante
Alighieri Committee.
t
-Panamonto Guests
Among recent guests at the
Panamonte Inn at Boquete have
lbeen Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wen
Color Transparency
Of 'Confusion' Wins

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lArmy Contest Prize
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A photograph entered by U.S.
'Army .Caribbenn was among win winriers
riers winriers in the Eighth Interservice
Photography Contest. Judged this
week in Washington, D. C.
' A color transoarenov submitted
by' 1st. Lt. Paul R. Ellis Jr. U.S.
Arty Technical Services Pacifir,
' Fort Clayton, took an honorable
!mention in the military life cafe,
gory.
Ellis, who titled his photo.
graph "Confusion," has been re re,
, re, assigned to a post in the U.S.
His picture also took an honora honorable
ble honorable mention in the All-Amry Con Contest
test Contest judge in Germany.
' Lt. Col. Leslie C. Wood, for formerly
merly formerly special services officer for
USARCARIB, now on duty at
Fort McPherson, Ga., also was
a winner. lie took an honorable
mention in the experimental ca ca.
. ca. tegory.
The Army, with the largest
number of entries, won the inter inter.
. inter. Service competition.

Ltocal Steel Co.
Retains Eienmann
As Its President
At its first meeting yesterday
afternoos the new board of di
rect9rs of Pc.nam a 's steel compa company,
ny, company, Siderurgica Pana ma, USA.,
reelected Roberto Eisen m ann as
prssident.
to titer officers elected to steer
the company are Roberto Motta,
lot vice president, Ricardo Chia Chiari,
ri, Chiari, 2nd vice preaident; Irving H.
Bennett, treasurer; Eduardo Alfa Alfaro,
ro, Alfaro, secretary; Eugene Ch. Me MeGrath
Grath MeGrath and Eugene Saiinger di directors.
rectors. directors. Mow
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Nine In Chicago ences as a prisoner under the St t,
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SUNDAY AT THE DRIE-IN
LOUGHMAN, Fla. (UPI) Otto In addition to the talk aft out.
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McDaniel 53 of nearb Haines
i Y CHICAGO (UPI) Nine persons Ltanding film, "The Communist
,---" dip 1 City, drowned yesterday when his weapon of Allure" will be shown
were injured yegterday when n"
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to the basement of an of offrlic137
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bring the closing ,',Iievotionak ,'
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Kinchner, 71, said she'd made a
i'' unfolded in MGM's new film, "WATI Isl. showing,r; tomor
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Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hatcb, Miss Dora Lyons Mrs. Ma
tilde de icaza, balustino Cna Cnacon,
con, Cnacon, Eustacic Chicaco Carrera,
Mr. and Mrs. Viggo Larsen, thetr
daughter Sonia and sok, Erick,
all of Panama City; and Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Wise, Mrs. Mildred
Turner and daughter Miss 1VIiry
Turner and Miss Florence Freed Freedman
man Freedman of the Canal Zone.
1958 Award-Winning
Religious Film Now
Avaihble
The award winning religious
film, "The Bearer of the Book,"
is riOW available for local show showings.
ings. showings. The American Bibl? Society re
ceived the 1958 award for pro producing
ducing producing this best relig'ous docu documentary
mentary documentary film. of the year trom
the National evangelical Film
Foundation.
The presentation was made by
Dr. Harry Go bris ow, Jr., cinemi cineminister,
nister, cineminister, founder and director of
the Christian Youth Cinema, Inv.,
at the World's Only Re lig'ous
Film Theatre Philadelphia. Pa.
"The Bearer of the Book" is a
16mm sound film in technieolor
that highlights the worldwide
work of the American 13;ble So Society
ciety Society in its distribution of the
scriptures in many tongtos and
many lands.
showing of the film locally
my be arranged through the Bi Bible
ble Bible House in Cristobal.
Hew Music Lecturer
Series Is ilanned
By 130-JWB
A series of informal music ap appreciation
preciation appreciation lectures will be open opened
ed opened by Dr. Zdenka Fischman at
the DSO-JVVB Armed Forces Ser Service
vice Service Center in Balboa next week.
The first of the monthly ses sessions
sions sessions will take place on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 8 p.m. featuring a pro program
gram program entittA "Program Music
versus Absolute Music." Subse Subsequent
quent Subsequent meetings will take place the
last Thursday of each month a'
8 p.m.
Fischman, a resident of Pana Panama
ma Panama City, holds a Ph. D. in music musicology
ology musicology from th?. Charles Universi University
ty University of Praguel -During the Roist
nine years she has been profes professor
sor professor of music at the University or
Panama.
The new USO-MB music lec lectures
tures lectures are available to all serv'ee serv'eemen
men serv'eemen and he general public
without charge.
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Avianca Names, Acevedo
General Sales Mtmager
Bernardo Acevedo has been
appointed general sales man manager
ager manager of Avianca iColombla Na National
tional National Airways). with head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Bogota. it has been
announced by Juan Ucros.Gen Ucros.General
eral Ucros.General Traffic and Sales Manager.
Mr. Acevedo Joined Avianca in
1950. After serving as assistant
to the executive vice-president
in Bogota. he was transferred
to New York and named United
States assistant regional sales
manager. He became well known
to travel agents in three veers
spent in the United States.
In 1951, when Avianca switch switched
ed switched to Puerto Rico as the inter intermediate.
mediate. intermediate. stop Ott flights from
Bogota to Europe. Mr. Acevedo
was select-d tn head up the com comoanv's
oanv's comoanv's opeTations in San Juan,
his last prior post.
Now in its 40th year of onera onerations.
tions. onerations. Avianca is the oldest air airline
line airline in the Americas. From NeW
York. the comnanxT serves Bo Bogota
gota Bogota via the popular resort is islikr.4
likr.4 islikr.4 of Jamaica', and also offers
throur,b onn-olano servieo from
Iviismi to 13nrranauliin, Bovota,
Quito pod Lima nther inter interntionai
ntionai interntionai operations inel d e
flin;ht frr'n Pocrotn ticbon
Matiri,t. Paris and Fre,Nkfurt
Vitt Sqn 0,4 ittrrt Ponots
to C'''",' Pr,4 Avipn Avipnra
ra Avipnra 9 isn nr,s- "30. th9 n
ritiPv Crlinr.hjR. Advt.
banglandrs Barbara
To Be Buried
With Mass Monday
.,INIDICOTT, N. Y. (UPI)
Funeral services in the home will
precede a soletrin requiem mass
Monday 'or Joseph Barbara, Apo.
Inchin, N.Y., gangland hoFt.
.2arbara, who died Wednesday
night of a I ear( ailment, will rest
for three days in the Endicott
home into which his family moved
shortly before he was hospitalized.
The residence here was Barbara's
home before ho moved into the
plush mansion st Apaladin,
scene of the meeting on Nov. 14,
1957.
uneral plans were delayed tin.
til Thursday. The widow, Mrs.
Josephine Vivona Barbara, was
put tinder sqation immediately
following 11,,'r husband's death.
The mass will be held at 9:30
am. Monday in St. Anthony of
Padua's Roman Catholic Church
here.
'LSO- MB To Hold
Special Brea!,:fast 1
'On Fathers 9)4
A special Father's Day break breakfast
fast breakfast will be given at the USO USOForvs
Forvs USOForvs Service Cen Cenfer
fer Cenfer in Balboa on Sunday from
9:30 a.m. tO ODOM
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''''.::::::r:,:il'r, Communism is the subject of ed.
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,...1,.1:i::44eAvaAtA. ,lilV:i.:,. --,,,,,04.IilliMaMik:., ,',4 ';:,. program next Tuesday
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TO ACTIVE DUTY -- Pvt. Stanie$, R. Wilson is pictured at Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters USARCARIE before leaving this week for Fort Jackson,
S. C., for basic training. Stanley, who is the' son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Wilson of gurundu has been ordered to activ? duty in
the U.S. Army Reserve. A, graduate of Balboa High School class of
'59, hp will entrr Canal Zone Junior College on complet;.n 01' 1,;- -ismonth
tour of duty. (Army Photo)

PloridFatibrawned
In Fishing Mishap
LOUGHMAN, Fla. (UPI) Otto
McDaniel 53, of nearby Haines
City, drowned yesterday when his
boat capsized in Lake Thome..
Pic fihinq companion, Billy
Douglas Corley, about 30, said
the hoat overturtied when 2A-cDaniel
placed his foot op the gun gunwale
wale gunwale to cast his bait.
Corley said he swam 40 feet to
shore, but that McDaniel, in inatead
atead inatead of holding onto the disabled
Hat, let go and tried. to swim to
shore.

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levato'r Plunges
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CHICAGO (UPI) Nine persons
were injured yegterday when a
elevator plunged from the third
floor to the basement of an of office
fice office building. r;
Elevator operator Marshall
Wilks, 47, said "it just turned
loose. I couldn't stop it after it
left three. It kept picking 1.1
speed until it hit the basement,"
The injured were tsken
hospltsi suffering ankle, foot
leg injuries.
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' CHRISTIAN' SCHENCK
Canal Line
"Is the Universe, Inckding
Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?"
This is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon
to be read at Chris Christian
tian Christian Science services in-the Pa Paname
name Paname Canal Zone churches Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The Golden Text is from
Proverbs (3:9): "The Lord by
wisdom hath founded the earth;
by understanding bath be este esteWished
Wished esteWished the heavens."'
From "Science and Reath with
Key to the Scriptures" b y
Mary Baker Eddy this passege
will be read (131:10):4, "The cen central
tral central fact of the Bible is the sap.
riority of spiritual, over physical
power."
included in the Bible passages
to be read is hie versefrom Ec Ecclesiastes
clesiastes Ecclesiastes (3:14): "t know that,
whatsoever God death, is shall
be for ever: nothing can be .put
to ft, nor any thing Aiken awn
it: and God'doeth it, that men
should fear before him."
pie,.....m00.2fiwes'''':'
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Pg USARCARir
One promotion to lieutenant
colonel and three promotions in
the warrant officer grades were
announced by headquarters,
Army Caribbean this week.
Promoted to lieutenant colonel
Is Major Charles J.' Broderick,
U.S. Army Technical Service s,
Fort Buchansna, P. R. Promot Promoted
ed Promoted to chief warrant officer, NV-3
are WO1 Severin Hurlin' Jr., Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant General's Section. USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB and Ernest Braswell.
post supply officer, Fort Amador.
CWO Alexander R. Stirling, Se Security
curity Security Service Detachment, fort
Amador, was promoted to W-4 on
the same order. He will depart
this command June 23, 1950 and
is reassigned to U.S. Army As Aseistant
eistant Aseistant Group (13592), Washington,
D. C.
All promotions were effective
June 10.
Ex-POW WM Tell
AI Balboa YMCA
Of Chinese Program
Communism is the subject of
the Adventuring in Democracy
program next Tuesday at 1:30
p.m. at the Balboa UMCA-USO.
Maj. Charles L. Peckham will
be the speaker for the evenitln,
Ile is at present the executive of officr
ficr officr at the post of Query
Heights. In 1950, Peckham WW1
captured by the Communist Cni Cninese
nese Cninese and held prisoner until Sep September
tember September 1953, when he was reless relessed
ed relessed in the exchange known at the
"Big Switch."
glye a presen4,a presen4,ation
tion presen4,ation abotit"the eckground and
beliefs of the Communists, and
will'relate some of his experi experiences
ences experiences as a prisoner under the
Chinese.
In addition to the talk aft out outstanding
standing outstanding film, "The Communist
Weapon of Allure" will be shown
The public is invited to atLend
this program.
I
Vocati9 Bible
School Students
Pf'ogrom,Tonight

-- The workers and pupils of the
vacation Bible school of the First
baptist Church, Balboa Heighis,
1 will present the closing exercis exercises
es exercises of the school tonight at 7 a).
The program will demonstrate
to parents and friends some of
tho activities of the two weeks'
school. The worship service will
open the exercises, and students
of the seven departments will
present the program.
Pastor William H. Beeby will
bring the closing 4levotional.
The public is Invited to attend.
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BRIEFS INSIDE
JET BEATS ANGELS
CHICAGO (UPI) Mrs. tottle
Kinchner, 71, said she'd made a
reservation for a jet plane flight
to the West Coot because: "I
thought I'd like to use 4nan-made
wings once before I get my own."
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SOMETHING slew under the sun: chicken marinated In user,
kraut Juice, barbecued and Served with kraut-tomato' relish.

Sy GANOR MADDOX
NARA Peed eine Markets Editor,
Here's a testy tvariation on- the
barbecued chicken theme. Mart,
nate the chicken in lauerkraut
juice and serve the barbecued
chicken with kraut relish. All this
may sound 11 bit lany. Rut wait
until you taste( Itp,Different,
good!
larisecusd Chicken with Kraut
Relish (Makes 6 servings)
One 1 pound 11 ounce Can
sauerkraut, 2 large to m a toe 1,
chopped; 1 large onion, finely
chopped; V2 eup French dressing,
Vs teaspoon,,Repper4, lAs cup, cat catsup,
sup, catsup, Vs cup, salad 94, ,1141: tea teapoons
poons teapoons salts, Mt teasppon pepper,
2 2-pound broiling chickens, halv halved.
ed. halved. Drain kraut and reserve juice.
Combine kraut, tomatoes, onion
French dressing and 12 teaspoon
pepper; mix well. Combine kraut
juice, catsup, oil, salt and VI tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon pepper. mix well. Brush
chickens with catsup mixtur e.
Broil 5 to 6 inches from source to
heat or cook on outdoor grill a

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THRILL-DRAtyiA RELEASED ',TOMORROW AND
SUNDAY ArTHE "DRIE-Itsr THEATRE
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- kk drama involving adventuret,' filmed in Technicolor
against a panorama of the wild' litC tribal' warfare and
jungle dancers of Africa, in a searth for hidderetreasure is
unfolded in MGM's new film, 111IVATUSr showing tomor
row and Sunday at the DRIVE-IN Theatre; starring George
Montgomery,,Taina gla and David lirinvsao. Advt.
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bout 45 minutes, or until chickens
are tender. Turn. and brush with
catsup mixture frequently during
cooking, period. Serve kraut-tome.
Ito relish, with chicken.
1 Kraut Corm, Ito lish and Boleyn'
Ihiakes-4 to 6 servings)
One 1-pound can saueritra,ut, 1
1-pound can whole kernel corn,
',drained; Vt cup chnpped canned
pimentos, 1 mediumrsized onion,
finely chopped; 1-3 cup chili
sauce, 12 teaspoon pepper, 1ii cup
French dressing, 1 tablesoon pre.
pared mustard, 1 teaspOon garlic
salt, 1 112-pound bologna (in one
piece).
Drain kraut and reserve juice.
,Combine kraut, corn, pimentos,
'saitte!,iind ,pepper:
mit" well.. Combine kraut Juice,
French dressing, mustard and
Igarlic salt and mix well. Remove
skin from' bologna. Arrange bco bcologna
logna bcologna on spit and brush with
French dressing mixture. Cook
on rotisserie or 9n outdoor grill
about 30 minutes, or until thor
outhlt Wftbd.,Ititth With French.)
dress ng mixture frenuentlydur--
'ing cooking. period. Serve kraut.,
corn relish with bologna roll.
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, -,l'ast planting With a tractor leeVes a lot of skips." Officials of the Missouri Farmers Assn.
point out that recent wim'iers of the statewide corn-growing contest took their time. One wine wine-
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man of the Atlanta achotd board
said Wednesday the board will
probably make plans "as or.
dered" to desegregate publ l'e
schools here.

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In response to decree order.
ing the board to produce a non nondiscrimination'
discrimination' nondiscrimination' plan for the COY'
system, ACC.' Latimer,' said:'
have no Intention of defying a fed federal
eral federal court order and I see no in indication
dication indication that the boarewotdd defy
such an order."
This wait' IA direct eontrast to a
prepared statement issued by
Gov. Ernest Vandiver which sadi
be would "uphold the constitu constituVon"
Von" constituVon" of Georgia and close any
integrated school.
However, Vandiver's statement
toid, "Every Georgian is hopatill
of course, that the federal courts
1111 not force the closing of a
F.ingle school in Georgia."
The battle lines were being
swiftly drawn as municipal
thorities generally urged a real.
iFt7e approaeb to the court orders.
while state officials voiced opn opnsition
sition opnsition to the order which could
pave the way for the first ince incegr,tei
gr,tei incegr,tei classrooms in Georgia.
a c4iffin, Ga editor made an
urgent plea for the schools to be
0 kept open.
Ouiroby Melton Jr., editor of the
Griffin Daily ,Ilsiews, .,said,1 "011e
schools must not close to satidfy
pu:itical ambition. nor should they
close to benefit the wealti-y and
tile powerful who then could rear
a generation of privatelv educated
pupils to profit from the lack 114
ignorance and lack of onnortunitv
of all the, rest, And ,.they must
tot ; close 'bectusef-knentile ate
afraid to speak ouCi Wit! ha hahalf."
half." hahalf." 'Me Atlanta Journal editorially
hailed Judge Honner's decision
for- showing "concern fOr educe educeton
ton educeton 'and the well-being of Sotiety,
as ,well' ts the necessity o!, up upbout,
bout, upbout, ing law."
The editorig47.1ald, "This dee!.

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PHILADELPHIA Tbruston
B. Morton,,,chtirmaa of the Re Republican
publican Republican National Committee, be before
fore before the: Industrial Union Com Comcil:
cil: Comcil: seriously:'doubt that it is' in
the best intarest,pf labor to place
-so many of its ,eggs in the Dem Demorate
orate Demorate political basket."-'
LONDONLord Boothby,'
ing -the Royal Institute of Char Chartered
tered Chartered Surveyor' to forget about
measuring the moon:
"You cad see the damn moon
every night and it does not look i
verp promising to me,"
PARIS American evangelist
Silly Gra:Arno commenting on a
reported religious revival in Rus Russia
sia Russia 'where he has just visited;
"I was not surprised to hear
that, since I could read on the
fates of the people a great vim vimtalltunger
talltunger vimtalltunger and some sort of in.
seerrity that onty God can solve,"
CHICAGOPhllin Nesius, step stepfather
father stepfather of David Pickles Nesius.
14, who beat his mother with a
tomanawk and strangled her:
"'I've forgiven him. What's dows
le (tone."
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neer suggested yesterday.'':,,, '" '
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itced in an lieu. of Id The, Medical tt
Press" theA men who h.& v e ,,. :,,
thick hair which' has turned grey -.,
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or : whit, are even x more., likely .:
to get cancer than those, twith ,,,
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10o-cases of male deaths from
, caneer and found 70 per cent had
grey or white. hair, '40 per cent ..., '..
had, hair, thicker than the aver- .'''
tage,, and only' 10 per cent bad
t hair thinner than the average ','''''
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ta Atlanta in, its present form for one
more year, and maybe two."
Illooper ruled that Negroes are
being discriminated against in the
Atlanta public school system end
ordered the school' board to pro produce
duce produce a 'plan within, "iv reasonable
time" to erase the discrimination.
The order set no deadline and
Hooper said he would allow time
for the Legislature to consider it
before he orders it put into effect.
But Georgia House Floor Lead Leader
er Leader Frank Twitty expressed serious
doubt that the Legislature would
consider any plan that would al allow
low allow a county to integrate its
schools.
And Sen. Richard B. Russell
urged the Atlanta school board to
resist "this effort of the itinerant
lawyers of the colored people as association."
sociation." association." There was only silence from
Sen. Herman Talmadge and other
segregation leaders. But Atlanta
Mayor William Hartsfield said
Hooper's ruling allows "time for
both the city and state to save
our' public schoolo.", Hartsfield is
a strong advocate tit a local option
plan to meet the integration crisis.
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The Manna Bible Institute will
sponsor a program at the
Christian Mission of Panama
Church in Guachapalli, at 7:30
p.m. June 20.. The general public'
is invited.
The program will teatrive a pre presentation
sentation presentation of a "stewardship certif.
icate plan," illustrating a novel
way by which Christians may be become
come become stewards of the Minna Bible
Institute.
I toms on the program wiU in.
elude vocal numbers by the In Institute
stitute Institute and an address by the Rev.
Reginald Wheatley. interim di.
rector of the Pansmerican Institu.
Rev. Arthur W. Crookk will act
111 chairman, Patil,,,'Pretik,
manager of radio station 'HOXO,
as song leader. Pearl Forde will
introduce the "Stewardship
Certificate Plan."
The Manna Bible Institute of
Panama is t missionary effort
moored by the Evangelical
Ministers Council of Panama and
thc Canal Zone.
The board of directors wac in introduced
troduced introduced to the student body' 6n
Tuesday.

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camping tripy in the United
States wili be interested in the
new adition of "Tha Handbook
of Auto Camping" which was
placed in circulation this week
at the Canal Zone Library.
The handbook telly how to be become
come become an auto camper and of offers
fers offers the latest information a about
bout about camping gear and camping
practices. The book contains a
unique, complete; state-by-skate
guide to the nearly 4,000 public
campgrounds in the United
States and indicates stare hotels,
lodges and housekeeping cabins
are located on public property.
The complete list of new books
DOW at the library fol follows:
lows: follows: NON-FICTION Pageant of E Elizabethan
lizabethan Elizabethan England, Burton, Art
and ReaUty, Cary; Bizet and his
World, Curtiss, Edgar Degas, De Degas;
gas; Degas; Brave men and great cap captains,
tains, captains, Dupuy; The best Americnn
short stories, 1958, Foley; Jour Journey
ney Journey to Poland and Yugoslavia,
Galbraith, Emma in blue, Hamil
tont, A Southern moderate
speaks, Hays; Land of giants,' La.
vander; Fighting bulls, Maensbi
Successfully finding yourself and
your job, Magoun; Weight lift lifting
ing lifting and progressive resistaice ex exercise,
ercise, exercise, Murray; I remember, Pas Pasternak;
ternak; Pasternak; Communism in Guata Guatamala,
mala, Guatamala, Schneider; In France it
was spring, Treat; The hand handbook
book handbook of auto CIMOing, Wells.
FICTION The enemy stars,
Anderson; DeVil by the sea, flaw.
den; 'A pilings of heart, Butor;
Errand at Shadow Creek, Cott'.
roll; Riding gun, Cunningham:
Pass the gravy, Gardner; 1The
land beyond the mountains,
Giles; Which Mrs. Bennet? Lit.
tlefield; A Commodity of dreams,
Nemerov; The far mountians, 0'
Rourke; Storm in the Village.
Saint; Fighters in the sky, White
house; be judge, be
Jury, younger.
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SCAltt;LIFFE England. (11PI)
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shire village is fooking f3r an un
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Library.
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Pateant of E E1,
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best capbest American
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Yugoslavia,
in blue, Ha Mil Milmoderate
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bulls, Maensb; :
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enemy stars, I
the sea, Saw.
heart, Butor;
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new edition of u
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placed in tirculat
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The handbook tf
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Panama L
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Lt. CoL John G. Higgins, who
has just completed two years as
supermtendent of Corozal Hoipl Hoipltal,
tal, Hoipltal, is among the rIe passengers
scheduled to Sail tomorrow for
New York aboard the Panama
liner Anon. He will be accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by his wife and two child:en.
Mso listed on the advance sail sailing
ing sailing lig is Walter P. Allen, Asbist Asbistant
ant Asbistant Director of Gorgas Hospital.
with his wife and three children;
and Roger C. Hackett Dean ot
the 'Canal Zone Junior College.
Passengers sailing for Portau PortauPrince,
Prince, PortauPrince, Haiti are Capt. Luis E.
Arsvag:, A. L. Lowe, and Paul
Roshki d.
Tim complete advance pawn.
ger list for New York follows:
William F. Altman and sun;
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Allen and
three children; Irwin Alswanget;
Alfredo Manage; Francisco C.
Azcarraga; Lula E. Azcarragz:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bate Bateman
man Bateman and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard W. Blaney and two
stepdaughters, Be.rbara J. a n d
Carol A, Rocilbaugh; Harry F.
Buts and sons Mr. and Mrs. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph J. Cicero; Miss Katharine
Clark; Miss Carolyn A. C o r
Miss Isabella Craig; Jaime
Gracia; Mrs. Ruth V. Denton
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Nick M. Zilch and three chit chitdren;
dren; chitdren; Mr. and Mrs. Edward P.
Filo and thre children; Miss Jean
Fliegelman; Mr. and Mrs. George
P. Fulman; and Reverend and
MN, Theodore E. Franklin and
five children.
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas F. Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. William
C. Grimes and two daughters;
Roger C. Hackett; Miss Anne W.
Handley; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
K. Hanna and four children; Mr
and Mrs. John E. Harringon end
two children; Milli Dame Ithae
Hause; Mr. and Mrs. Furman T.
Hickson, Lt. Col, and Mrs. J. G.
Higgins and two children; Lee
B. Hunnicutt, Sr. and son; Miss
Carolyn Kalsch; Miss Mollie
Klersfeld; Miss Ruth W. Krout;
Miss Charlotte Lipner; Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Manniz and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. Edwerd
E; Minty and three children; Mrs,
Carrie Moss; Miss Helen E. MUn MUnroe;
roe; MUnroe; Mr and Mrs. DeWitt E. My
ers and three ehildren; John F.
Oster and son; Mr. and Mrs. Oli Oliver
ver Oliver G. Paterson and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Winchell T. Pennock
and two ehildren; and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis J. Poletti and three
children;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Rath
geber and three children; Mr.
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lip Underwood; Mr. AM Mrs.
Walter C. Watts; Dr. and Mrs.
Jos. Weinstein; Mrs. Anna
Weiss; Mr. and Mrs. Ewald A.
Wiberg, Jr. and two children;
and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Win
ulna and daughter.
Bethel Church Lists
Coming Aclivilles
Appearing next on the calendar
of the Bethel Mission Church is
,a Bible-quiz "singspiration" to
held on Saturday, June 27, s at
the Paraiso gym.-.
Taking part on the program are
the King's Four and' represen representative
tative representative youth Iroups.
Two special features' will be a
gospel and a Bible Quiz .in three
parts. Part 1 Will be directed by
Leon Brown, Part II by Joscph
Bisbop and Part, III by Cleophas
Clarke. All ithr6e. young, men ere
members of the Manna Bible Ins Institute
titute Institute of Panama. Colcluding the
program will be a special gospel
message by loeal ministers.
Next on the church calender is
a picnic to San Lorenzo on July
4. Buses are scheduled to leave
the Bethel Mission Church at
7:30 a.m. Tickets are on sale.
Contact may be made by tehe tehephoning
phoning tehephoning 4-102.
Climaxing the recently held
Sunday School queen contest will
be the cornation of the Queee
Yolanda I of the Bethel M15111011
Church Sunday School on July
13.
In the final count of the queen
contest, Wanda Ogarro emerg emerged
ed emerged the victor over six corn cornnetitors
netitors cornnetitors with 5883 votes. Her
two nearest rivals were Miriam
Watson with 4331 votes and Ruth
n G. r 0( vUe Ps I 0) -r
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eteran First Baseman
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Over Dodgers

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,.. By MILTON RICHMAN
. NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI) Mickey Vernon
ued to be President Eisenhower's favorite ball play playeisand
eisand playeisand nOW Fred Haney knows why.

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,,,''-- The, President said he always'
t' MO 1im when he was with Wash Wash:
: Wash: ington because Vernon always
- "came through with a hit when
-.- it was needed most."
'', And the shaky Milwaukee
:. Bralves never needed hitting more
. ,than they did last night when a
joss' to 'Los Angeles would have
-.AroPped them out of first place
l.,' in the National League for the
...first time since May 12.
,.' .SO'Haney, in a desperate effort
, to get more punch out of the
''',... al rnp-ridden Braves who bad
I,.,:.fic red only seven runs in their
1
ft', la five games, inserted the 41-
year-old Vernon into Milwauktels
starting line-up.
'' And the spindly AMerican
.: Leagile castoff didn't fail him.
eitiberiNernon got the first hit
and scored the first run of the
gatne in the second inning and
then teed off for a three-run horn horn:.
:. horn:. el') in the third to pace the Braves
-.:',. toia 7-6 victory over the Dodgers.
",.. Tit triumph kept Milwaukee .a
,!'.. henall, -wgahmiche
I haehaetadCincicf
- ,Del Crandall a:so homered
7 0 lead which was almost dis
s ated when the Dodgers ral ral1
1 ral1 d for three runs in the fourth
t)
ii,,,, and Duke Snider hit a hvo-run
ihshaanti,F8ra3n. c 3.
t
: fdr the Braves to help hullo a
41 homer in the sixth.
if Bob Trowbridge, second of
1 three Milwaukee pitchers, w a s
' the winner and Stan Williams
''' the loser.
,
, Relief ace Elroy Face racked
- up his llth straight victory with with'
' with' oui a loss at the Pirates topped
th Cubs, 4-2, in 13 innings. The
,. C.- i'',inals and Phillies were not
I
; su ieduled.
,
I: ln the Mnerican League, the
, Yankees made it three in a row
1.: over the White Sox, 5-4, in 10 in inTr
Tr inTr
!ri ningS; the Red Sox snapped the
. Indians' seven game winning
4. streck, 7-6; the Orioles downed
1 the Tigers, 7-6, and the Senators
blt the Athletics, 7-5.
i'.
il.;, 'hree errors by second base base4
4 base4 .,
xn n Johnny Temple paved the
IL way for the Giants' victory over
'''; the Reds. The Cincy second base base,,
,, base,, man muffed a pop fly by Willie
Mays to set up a run in the first
inning and helped the Giatns to
, another run with two more lypb lypbbles
bles lypbbles in the seventh. Orlando Cepe Cepe,
, Cepe, d rapped outfour of San Fran Fran.
. Fran. ci co's 15 hits, of which came
, of loser Joe ',76, ilxhall. Reliever
1
St Miller reatered his fourth i
' victory.
I: Face limited -the Cubs to three
V bits in five innings of relief to
: gain credit for the Pirates tri triumph.
umph. triumph. The little Pittsburgh right right(
( right( bander took over from starger
. Ronnie Kline in the ninth inning
',.. ,. tiwthbobthseinchoerrel tsiiedn. g,le2d-2.home the
'' ni g and Bill Virdon's sacrifice 1
, fly produced the insurance run.
-' Jim Marshall's pinch homer off
i. starter Ronnie Kline in the
' el hth tied the score at 2-2 after
',. p ch-hitter Dick Stuart put Pitts Pittsf
f Pittsf ',7;, b rgh in frot with a two-run
'. ., b mer in the seventh.
i- Mickey Mantle's leth inning
! :,i, Isomer off White Sox reliever
.,-...-. Gerry Staley led the Yankees
.,..,... to their 15th victory in the last
1,1 lo games. It also moved them
:.. Within a game. of the fourth fourth',
', fourth', lace Tigers. :,
: hicago led 4-2 until the eighth
1
.. en Yogi Berra doubled home
..., 4
,,, a run and then, came home him himr..
r.. himr.. s If on Hector.,,Lopez' singl e.
... uthpaw BobbY' Shantz held the
41
.., .te... Sox hitless over th 1
e ast
' t
, ee Innings to earn his first
' : v ctory.
1 ic Wertz was the big gun in
., ston's win over Cleveland,
'..' .cli still retained its 112 game

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OFFERED TO THE
PANAMANIAN STUDENTS

SUNDAY, June 21st,10:30 A.M.

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lead when the second-place White
Sox bowed to the Yankees. Wertz
belted a homer and a double and
then singled home the winning
run in the eighth.
Jackie Jensen also homered for
the Red Sox while Woodie He lei
and rookie pitcher Larry Locke,
making his major league debut,
hit homers for the Tribe.
Jack Harshman, acquired from
Baltimore last Monday, hurled
two-hit ball over the last five In.
flings in relief of Frank Sullivan
to gain his first victory after six
straight losses:Mike Garcia was
charged with' the defeat, his fifth
against no victories.

The Orioles came storming
back from a 6-1 deficit to ocat
the Tigers and climb within 212
games of IbleifPiace. pity,"run
homers by Ghs'''Priandos'atia
Carrasquei in the eighth off
starter Don Mossi narrowed De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's iead to 6-5 and Carrasquel
won the lame in the ninth when
he singled with the bases full
for two runs. Reliever Ernie
Johnson notched his fourth victo victory
ry victory while Dave Sisler absorbed
his second setback.
Al Kaline of the Tigers suf.
fered a fractured cheekbone
when struck by second baseman
Bill Gardnerts wild4htllowen etie
first inning,,,Kaline wet petal petaled
ed petaled on in a Baltimore hospital
and is expected to rejoin the
Tigers in a few days.
Harmon Killebrew socked his
23rd homermoving him within
one game of Babe Ruth's record
paceand Roy Sievers his filth
as the Senators handed the Ath
letics their fifth straight defeat.
Home runs by Harry Chiti and
Dick Williams jAelpfid, the A's
take a .5-4 lead bit Washingion
clinched the victory with a three threerun
run threerun rally in the sixth. Julio Bec Becquer
quer Becquer drove in the tie breaking
run with a pinch double. Bill
Fischer won his sixth game with
help from Tex Clevenger. Ray
Herbert was charged with the
loss.

CAN. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule

The Caribbean Forces Network
has schecipled the following sports
events.'W,the Feek:,

- 'CT A
' Radio
Friday, June 19 (
vs New York, 6:45 p.m.
Saturday, June 20 (
vs New York, 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 21 (
vs New York, 1 p.m.
Monday June 22 N
Tuest4ay, tor(' 23 N
Wednisday1)3Adi 24 B
Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 25 S
vs Milwauke!', 1;30 p.m.

Talitvision
FridayrJune, 19 Wrestling, 10
(q
Saturdby, June 20 Jalopy
Races 2 p.m. Bowling Derby, 4
p.m. Sportg Time, 5 n.m., featur featuring
ing featuring the Florida Derby the u.s.
open Badminton Championships
and the National Basketball As Association
sociation Association finals.
Sunday, -June 21 Baseball,
3:30 p.m., Pittsburgh vs Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati (game of Mav 30).
Wednesday, June 24 Boxing,
10 'Middleweight match (of
'May fietween Holly Mins and
Joey Giardello.
Thursday, June 25 Golf Show.
7 p.m. Boxing, 10 p.m., Light Lightweight
weight Lightweight match (of January 1)
between Eddle,Perkins of Chicago
and Labouari ,Godih of Algeria.

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and his "cuadrilia" with two bolls '
for you to laugh.
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- Cleveland
m.
- Cleveland
- Cleveland
- No game.
- No game.
- Boston vs
- St. Louis
m.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 160 official at bats)
Nationat'League

Aaron, Mil
White, St. L
Cepeda, SF
Burgess, Pitts
Moon, LA
Temple, Cinci
Pinson, Cinci
Mays, SF
Gilliam, LA
Hoak, Pitts

Kuenn, Det
Ka line, Det
Fox, Chi
Runnels, Bos
Wood ling, Balt
Mantle, NY
Williams, KC
Bridges, Det
Lopez, NY
Minos, Cleve

G AB R H Pct.
63 261 46 103 .395
55 190 32 66 347
63 252 47 87 .345
52 177 21 60 .339
55 201 34 67 .333
63 248 44 81 .327
63 260 52 84 .323
61 236 51 76 .322
55 200 36 64 .320
66 246 32 78 .317

American League

54 212 34
61 239 37
61 250 36
58 228 35
56 178 23
53 202 44
'45 168 26
61 217 21
56 211 34
58 225 36

Runs Batted In
, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Ctinbs
Robinson; Reds
Cepeda, Giants s
Aaron, Braves
Pinson, Reds
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers
Ka line, Tigers
Allison, Senators

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL. LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
1 Killebrew, Senators
,Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Mantle, Yankees

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 7 or more

Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giants
Mizell, Cardinals
Podres, Dodgers
Burdette, Braves
Ka line, Pirates

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W I
Pirates 11 0
!Ili, Giants .0 3
, Cardinals 8 3
;, Dodgers 7 a
le, Braves 10 5
, Pirates 7 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L
Wilhelm, Orioles 9 1
Larsen, Yankees 6 1
Fischer, Senators 6 2
Mossi, TONAL" .h 6,2
Shaw, W -200
Gail Albritton
Leads Archers

75 .354
84 .352
86 .344
77 .338
38 .326
63 .312
51 .304
65 .300
63 .299
67 .298

64
57
56
55
49

50
44
43
43
43
43

22
16
15

23
90
17
1 7
15
15

decisions)

Pct.
1.000
.769
.727
, .700
.667
.667

Pct.
.209
857
.750
.714
.714'

The merry archers of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo glen enjoyed their first
"prize day" Wednesday morning.
Balloons were hung .on the tar targets
gets targets and the air was immediately
filled with flying arrows.
A stiff breeze made hitting the
moving targets very difficult.
However on her second arrow of
her second round Gail Albritton
found the range and demolished
the balloon asigned her.
Other prizes were awarded to
Larry Robertson and Paul Robn Robnson
son Robnson who shared marksmansh i p
honors with four balloons hewn hewned
ed hewned by each.
Bob Adsmi, Prank DeVea a,
Patsy Albritton, Donna DeVeau
and Webster Merwin also Nvere
successful in their efforts to send
a balloon to its happy hunt hunting
ing hunting ground.
Some day next week the sec second
ond second "surprise day" Will be held
for the bowmen of Robin the
Hood.

Attention Attentionifiater
ifiater Attentionifiater Polo
Enthusiasts

Moro we go follows you
askod for wator polo so we'rs
having am. leyou're Interest-.
ed In loining loam import to,
they Balboa Swimming Pool
Monday, Juno 22 al p.m.
If onough of you show up
we'll make tip sovoral teams
and hay practice gamos dur durIng
Ing durIng tho wook and playoff games
on Fridays. Get your buddies.
togother and tome en out to
tho pool and got rid of that sx sxcost
cost sxcost storey playing wator
lo.

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TIES PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDErENDIENT DAILY NEWSY

Mexican

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VICTORY KISS Billy Casper, 27, gets a congratulatory kiss
from his wife, Shirley, after being presented with the trophy
for winning the United States Open Golf Championship) at
Mamaroneck, N.Y. Casper copped the $12,000 first prize with Et
72 hole total of 282.

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Swimmers and divers from all
over the Canal Zone meet at
6:30 p.m. tomorrow to compete
in the Panama Armed Forces
Swimming and Divisng Champion Championships
ships Championships at the Fort Gulick Olympic
Pool.
A ,pre-to,urnaincrit banquet for
post commanders, tipecial servic services
es services officers and all participants
will be held at 7 p.m. today in the
Latin American Officers' Mess,
Building 400, Fort Gulick.
Team members include: Fort A Amador,
mador, Amador, Pfc. Steve Guss and.Rich and.Richard
ard and.Richard L. Spero; Army Atlantic,
2pd. Lt. Fred W. Hall, coach;
Sgt., Fg 4Laie tFoplittiojkqal tt,7St.
Ttoberrt. Darsfiek, 8154 TferalUo
T. Magcanan, Pfc. Ronald E. lir.
n2tt and Jesse Gutierrez and Pvt.
Glenn Londer and Richard E.
Rogers.
On the Fort Kobbe team are.
2nd Lt. Raymond F. Tomlinson,
coach: Sgt. FC Gleen Gehringer,
Sgt. Alberto C. Rillams, Corp.
Maurice Makunui, p4 Nicholas
Chandler, Elmer Michaelis- a ud
John W. Whitehead Jr., Pfc.'
James E. Clayton, Pvt. Carl
Christoff, Frederick Hershner and
Laszlo Martin. Alternates are
Corp. Pedro F. Bantillo, Sp4 Da David
vid David P. Sigler and Pfc. Harry K.
Suey a shi.

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PAF Swimming, Divinii
Championships Tomorrow

Lt. William H, Mutter repre represen6ts
sen6ts represen6ts the Rodman Naval Station.
Contestants will be judged in
the following events: 100 meter
springboard, 200-meter medley re relay,
lay, relay, 50-meter freestyle, 50-meter
butterfly, 50-meter back stroke
and WO meter freestyle.
Ofticial,s,ar9;, Louis Depi,CIPEr
referee, starter and head diving
judge; Mebel Bath, clerk of the
course; Fernando D. Ramirez,
atmouncer; Charlie M. Louis and
Richard Beall, diving judg e s;
Paul Moser. David Ingram and
Mr. Beal), finish judges; 'Luke Pa Palumbo
lumbo Palumbo and Alr. Louis, timeiti,
Jott 14. Voorktbet, asiata dtql4
of the courset, t
The 79th Army Band4from, Fort
Clayton is to. provide 'musie dur during
ing during the meet 1 ,,
Maj. Gen. Obarre 14., Dasher,
Maj. Gen. TrUman, H.' Landon?,
Rear Admiral Lewis,. S... Parits,
Col. Cecil Himes andLt.,Col.. B.
W. Butters Art honorary meth,
bers of tie; comtnittee.
ministrative colnmittee inclades
Lt. Col. Philip M. Judson', Maj.
Harold Jones and Capt. Artbitr
R. Underivood Jr. On the opera
tions committee are Capt. Lucien
E. Lebel, :Sgt. Michael J. ,Gorski.
'and Sp.ecialist Artiorhees.

- SERVICE CENTERS TONIGHT!

BALBOA 6:15 8:00
AIR-CONDITIONED
rwr"'","""7"r""-R-4,-,

Saturday!
"The Sound and The Fury"

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AMBOA, Molly McGowan Don Megohan
7:00 "SNOWFIRE"
Saturday "St. Louis Blues"

G A T N Dirk Bogarde Dorothy Tutin
7:00 "A TALE OF TWO C4TIES"
Saturday "Vertigo"

PARAISO 7:00
sTimuts or
THE SKY"

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Santa Cruz 7:00
, "BULLWHIP"
arid
'JAIL prsTERs"

IMMO

Sat. "Hot Spell"

DIABLO HTS. 1:00
Richard Widmark
Doris Dav
"TUNNEL OF LOVE"

Late Show 10:30
'THE HARDER THEY FALL"
Sat. "SNOWEIRE"

MARGARITA, 7 :00
Double Feature Prograrn
'HELL CANYON OUTLAWS".
and "PANAMA SALs'i
Late Show 10 :30
"THE KENTUCKIAN"

PAMP BIERD
7:00
There's Aiwa Is
Tomorrow:

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NEUF
jf'

Swim Meet
Rained Out

Mexican featherweight cham champion
pion champion Victor Manuel Quijano to today
day today attributed his ,"excellent con condition"
dition" condition" to the fact that, he has
been 'training bard in his home homelanijor
lanijor homelanijor over month for a de defense
fense defense of his title July 1,8.
The Mexican monarch, who
fights ,ranama 26.-pound king Je Jesus
sus Jesus -Santamaria in a 128-pf,und
ten-ibunder at, 'the Colon Arena
Sunday night, places his crown
on the line, agamst a countryman,
Fill Nava.
Nava lost a close decision, to
worl(i featherweight; title 'holder
Dav7y Moore several rnonths be before
fore before Moore dethtIoned Nigeria's
Hogan (Kid) )3assey last March
18.
,-, Since' beginning sparring ses sesrsions
rsions sesrsions on' the, Isthmus Wednesday,
, the visitor has impressed obser observers'
vers' observers' with his sharpness and form.
Yesterday, afternoon for in instance,
stance, instance, at- the National GymQui GymQuijano
jano GymQuijano went through the following

VICTOR MANUEL ()ULM
1.. Shadow boxiid two rounds.
2.Pbund ad) former le'atlierweight
champion Kid Chocolate II for
two rounds.
3. Chased and exchanged punch punches
es punches with f2st stepping flyweight
champion Manhattan Kid for one
round.
,
4. Danced through three rapid
row14-:w411 0e,shipping rope. r,
S. Perfbrmed '15- minutes of acrobatic-like
calisthenics in his
dressing room before showering
When acting, trainer Curro Dos Dosman
man Dosman called d 'halt to the activi
ties the willing Mexican was not
even breathing hard.
Dosman is in charge of condi conditioning
tioning conditioning the chunky, 24-year-old In Indiah
diah Indiah frcpri .yucatan until Mexi Mexican)
can) Mexican) trainer Affeldido Hernandez
gets here sometime today.

Quijano, a veteran of 96 fights,
despite his youth, belongs to the
stable' 0 Pancho Rosales, who is
also the trainer of Mexico's ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight champ Jose Becerra.
Rosalesowill not come to Pana Panama'',
ma'', Panama'', Mk ittgalditt' (Pilaff() because he
i readying Becerra for a world
title bout with Algeria's Alpnonse
Halimi at the. Sports Arena in
Los Angeles July 8.
Quilano explained that Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez is Rosales,' righthand man.
, LI

Roking Fans
To Ride Special
TO Colon'Sundai

Many Panama City fight fans
who plan, to JAE ,in Sunday's
Santamaria-Quijano ten-rounder
at tho AeolnAreaa,are expect expected
ed expected toNido 41141 'special train
which loaves the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad stationt012i30 p.m. and
departs gfromis lon station at
12:30 a.m. on the return trip.
Ths oxcur1ion will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored lointly by the Altamira Altamiraand
and Altamiraand Commissary clubs. Round Roundtrip
trip Roundtrip tickets-for 81 will be om
see at the Panama station'
from 8 o'clock Sunday morro,
ing.

The thit of the weekly swim
MOOS for childron' six to 16
years' of age originally sched scheduled
uled scheduled for this morning was post postponod
ponod postponod on account of raki and
has, boon roschoduled for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at o'clock at
flit Balboa Pool.
Contostants ire requostod to
' rptrt it the offico by 8:45 a.M.
and to bring thoir pool cards
with them.

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TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 36, 21 .571
San Francisco 136 28 .563
Pittsburgh -34 30 7.531.- Vs
Los Angales 34 32 .515 312
Chisago 32 31. .5011 4
Cincinnati 29 34 AO 4
St. Louis 28 33 .459 1-
Philadelphia 2,t ;1 .383 11 -,,,
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St.' Louis (N1e,i,-
Cincinnati at, Los Angeles
Milwaukee at San Froudiod
(N)

Yesterday's 'Results

Cincinnati 000'020 010-3'10 4
San 'Francisco 101 031 11x-8 15 0
Nuxhall (3,5), W. Schmidt 0Y 0Y,,
,, 0Y,, Toole and Bailey.

Worthington, Miller (4-3)
B. Schmidt.
'Pitts 000 000 200 000 2-4
Chi. 000 010 010 000 0-2

Kline, Face (1f-0) and Kravitz.
Drabowsky, Elston, Henry (5-3),
Hobble and S. ,Tay lot
Milwaukee 014 200 000-7 19- 1-
Los Angeles 000 302 010-6 9 3
Rush, Trowbridge (1-0), Ma Ma Mahon
hon Mahon and Crandall.

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Williams (3-2)iMmgle4, a abine
bine abine and Rose. HR ernon (2U Ye
Crandall (10th), Snider (6th).
Only games 'scheduled.

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NEW YORK (UPIIThe 15-
pound turkey and the cold cuts
loaded on the ,plates disappeared
as if an army ofAfriean, driver
ants had passed through 'the etotti.
"Hey, for Christmas sakes, get
those guys away from those gro groceries,'
ceries,' groceries,' the matchmaker- ye:led.
"They'll never rylake the ,weignt
or else We'll have! to put 'em in
as heavyweights.
,The three fighters, two Cubans
and a Venezuetan, backed reluc reluctantly
tantly reluctantly away ittram thgoo: table,
munching contentedly and reach reaching
ing reaching for another soft drink.
"Get away from that stuff,'
the matchmaker growled. "Ya get
hit in the bellyFriday night and
y'll wish ya hadn'ta' drinked it.",
The trio glared and tacked loft,
After. all, this was free food at
the weekly "luncheon"complete
with salami, corned beef, ,Swiss
cheese, boiled ham, pickles and
potato saladat which the main
eventers at Friday night's televi television
sion television boxing show tisuall Stop by
to chat with the sportswriters.
KEP JAWS WORKING
Fiorentino Fernandez and Doug Douglas
las Douglas Valliant, both out of Cuba,
and Carlos Hernandez, the Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan lightweight, couldn't .speak
English. But they kept their taws
working anyhow6
"That's the -difference between
Cuban and South American fight fighters
ers fighters today than,thosa of Abe past"
explained Bamey,,Barker, a one onetime
time onetime bombardier who manages
Valliant, a principal in one of the
three top 10's at Madison Square
tonight!f."Theyo kr bet.
ter."
's a matter of style and also
of diet," Barker,,pontinued, "When
I took Valliant out of tbe sink
teurs two years' ago .,be ,weighad
116 pounds; his teeth were had
and he had five different kinds,of
parasites. I beep feeding him all
kinds of vitamins,rMilk apd good

' American League --
Tiams L Pot; Bit;
Cleveland 33-, 25 .569
Chicago 33 28 341 111
Detroit 29 21.4
Baltimero 32 29 .525. 212
Nowy1(orice, 4 30 29 SOS 31i
Kansas City 26 -39' .456 612,
Washington,, 34 fr4.443 L9Ye
Boston- "z' .26, ,34't l.434
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Todas Galata
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, Cleveland ae New. York'
Detroit': at' lira spingtote .104
Chicago' 'at Boston: (N)'.
Kansas -City At- Baltimort
'ski; ,911.0-1
Yesterda s Resu ts
Detnilt, 200 301 008-0 10 1
Baiiivore '901 000 042-7 10 'r
Mossi, Bisler (1-2), Morgan and
Berberet: A
Walker, Hoeft, Johnson 4:1)
and Triandos.

and Chicago 000 020 200 0-4 10 0
, New York Q02 000 020' 1-5 9 ,2,. 4
Sh'aw, Lown, Arias, Staley (2-3)
9 0 ,and Lollar.
5 3 Bronstad, Terry, Shantz t1-2)
and Berra.

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Cleveland 001 410 001)-6 5; 0
Boston 200 120 11x-7 tir
- Locke,- Gkrcia (0-5), Berry and
Brown.-
Su Divan, Hardman (1-6) and
, 0;1
Da leY

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(Night Game) --
Kansas City 020 012 000-5 5: 0
Washington 000 223..04777 12- .1.
Herbert (CO, Dickitoti4, r
Meyer and ChM.
Fischer (6-2) Clevenger and Vt.
ragon.

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food. NoW he's 135 and can lift
,
like a mile." t
Valliant Can indeed if, you figure
that ASA PM he has won 16, ilids
a and flattened 12 pf int.li
rivals. He'll go for 13 agai)14t
Jimmy Grow out of Boise, 11,1k,
tonight while liernande,z M
Luke Raster of Rankin,. ra,
and Fereandez tackles Stein lledi
of Passaic; N.J., in the' )4a14
event.
,GOOD FOOD A LURE
Barker explaineci.,:thau iood carol
be quite a lure to these young
gladiatort who have known Min Minger
ger Minger pants ell their lives,
"Vaillant't father makes $19-a
month ank-with a family of nrne,
they I didn't!, exatly have chttrAJ'
paglie Ind liviar,' he explained:
It's more or less the same with
Fernandez and Hernandez. The
former, is, known ,as the
Armstrong of Cuba and is unbeat
,e11,411 19 fights.tHe took 17 of those
by knockouts, the last 14 ip, A
row, At 'a' welterweight, he was
the chief-eater of ,the trlo itt".a
photo finish and tWaybe you can
lay that to the flict that he cbliftt
from a family of 13., Hernandez.
who'has won all eight of his 'pto
bouts by knockouts, comes from
I a mere family of
"Cuban and iSotith
'fighters used to be. boxers," Bark.
er explained. "Most of titt.61
couldnl.knock off your' hat Tilifis
a baseball tbati- But these gtls
have changed styles. Now tiqtbv
slug instead' ofg box- and it peol5A
ably hat something to do with4fiti
fact that they're eating better."
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Moon, LA 55 201 34 67 .333 e';-:, pion Victor Manuel Quijano to- N f ,, 0 '
: 4. .:' : 4,.:ii, Temple, Cinci 63 248 44 81 .327 ,,,,J r,' 4," ,,-;,.7'......4. ,,..,,:,,,., :, ,-.,t'r,;',i-,,,! ',...
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i '',. - By 1IILTON RICHMAN Gilliam, LA 55 200 36 64 .320 : ,:...-.p.
.5 X:,.,..ii:e.f.,V,:,,,.:,? ... )'. land, for over month for a de,
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NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI) Mickey Vernon
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Hoak, Pitts 66 246 32 78 .317
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lenge of his title July' 18. '. -. ,., .. ; .'--- - ..;,,,, .,
. ., The Mexican monarch, who TEAMS ', , .; Di L lioct.'GB TEAMS' ' V L 19cti'dik
'', :- fights-,ranitma 26-pound king Je- Milwauko , ,36, 21 .571 --, Cleveland ,,22-; 25 .569 ki
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' USCII tO be President Eisenhower's favorite ball play-I American League
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ten'-roander at The Colon Arena Pittsburgh --, m34 30 7.531.'112 Detroit '-, ;.i,,, .-.22,,24, ,..525. 2A, t.,,i,
Kuenn, Det 54 212 34 75 .354 - i f Ire- 1
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:,',eand DOW Fred Haney knows wily.
Kaline, Det 61 239 37 84 .352 SundaY night 'Places his crown Los AnPhos 24 n .sis' Via Baltimaray :,' 32'19 .525 212
, on the tine agamSt a POuntXyman, sC;thi.niceLabrguelist 322 .3241 ..50S 4 ,,- L,,,,. Nkviwaanst.: a. 1.1(nt goricoin,t;'; .,;;;4:, ,,,,,,..,-' ,:3026 :::,23tv ,. fr,;:n,:5401156- :361112
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Chi 61 250 36 86 .344
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FIIuxn'tiels Bos 58 228 35 77 .338
' 289'1 33 .459:-; ti
Ekefthim when he was with Wash- Sox bowed to the Yankeesb.1Wer dz
Woodimi, Balt 56 178 23 a8 .326 : -1.-..,;4,1'1..; :- il :,,,,,?;-::::, .,,.. ,s..;:.-c:i.:::",',.':::.:.'''-:'.:..:-."4i.ilt,: ::.....,.1::',::::5,.....:::::::J:::
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wor1(1 feathereight,.-, title 'holder Philadelphia ,21,-;1, .383 '-ll'i,',, Boston-'z' ,. ':- 2C-14:,'.434 1 1 iy
Mantle, NY 53 202 44 63 .312 1 .,,,:ts, ,::., .,;,-:::.::.:..'.:',....,,,..4:.:.;:,:;::::,';...:.r...,:s,....,:.::::::,,.....,:,...:':.,:..q;:,:.:.':.:.,:,,,,..,...,:,:.,:::.,
"came through with a hit when then singled home the winning
run in the eighth.
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, it was needed most" . Williams, KC '45 168 26 51 .304 1:,11,, .......'::.:-".'.,...,.:''''.:::..,':::-..!,--:-.,,'..,.--..i..'?"-:.::',,.',.::.-: ,::.::--.- -,,,':,'..;,- '. ;...,,,,::::::,...:::',..,::,,.:.,':.:,.:,,,1::,.::,..;:::.::::::,::.., . Dayly Moore Several months be- , ---,: -;'' 1', '': ., .,, : '1"-',.t.i.--..;',..,;:...4 A'', ,,-,i,,,,
And the hakv Alilwaul,ee Jackie Jensen also homered for
, Bridges Det 61 217 21 65 .3oo- ' '4.'-''''rk '''-t.'- 11;-.:.: :-:::::-:.::::'''''''''' ...': :.i....,74V1,.:: :-'f :',v::?;L,:;:;;:-,.:..,,:..,:.,.:.,:i.:,,i::,....:-.,.:, fore Moore dethtioned Nigetia's
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56 211 34 63 -293 i '''-.4-2. ':'';''':'5:::;W::'--,:n.:: .-Y:.,..::::::,.:::::,,,s.i!kit-,:,....,..,:i:f..:..::::.:',,,::ri'';':::..4i'.,.:;1.:::::.::.,',,:: '. Hogan (Kid) )3assey lag March
Bralves never nseeded hitting more the Red Sox while Woodie
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a and rookie pitcher Larry Locke,
Minos()) Cleve 58 225 36 67 .298 .' .:3'. ', .,-.:'!"--',..w.::::::- .: .:':::::.::.::.:-.,', :.:,,...::::,,,:,.:,,,,,..,.....::... ::: .,... , -: ' : Philadelplua it Chicafb t i' '. CI V et a Ed', af: NeW: Yor'''IN)?-. ;-k,'
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- loss' to los Angeles would have making his major league debut,
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Runs Batted in '': ,:,:,:,-':-,-,,:' :,,--4:::.::' ., ,:::,,,,,,,::::t;,,,,,,::,, ,::,::-::,,: sions' on the. Isthmus Wednesday, Cincinnati at, Los:Angeles ..CS) Chicago''at, Beaton.' (N)'z.'. ''':
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Baltimore last Monday, h u r le d AL EAGUE
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,: Yesterday, afternoon for in- i'
' SO'llaney, in a desperate effort two-hit ball over the last five in inBanks
Banks inBanks Ctinbs , 64 ,,, ::. 'K.....1 .0,:.'P'''...-::::,1 :-.. .,.. : ,i,,,,..A4.'. -4''''4' J, :!!i .:';: :'. :111, :.,t,.:..,, : stance, at the National Gym Qui. Yesterday s nesults ,' ,1, ,
RobinSon; Reds 57
,-to get more punch out of the flings in relief of Frank Sullivan
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Cepeda, Giants s 56 - Detrox 200 301 000-,6 10 1
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Cincinnati 000 020 010-4'10'. 4 Balliinore' ' '. '001 000,042,-7 10'r
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'....,:sc red only seven runs in their straight losses:Mike Garcia was
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Pinson,., Reds 49 '. :::4:.,: ,, ':71;.:;: ;,...! ... :,.::,T1'"' f:,,,,,...;,::.,::::.:,:.,::::,..,,.,... ..,, .. ,, San 'Francisco 101 031 11x-8 15 ',0 Moan, Siger (1-2),, Morgan and
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The Orioles : came storming
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' New York
Leagile castoff didn't fail him. the Tigers and climb within 212
Skowron, Yankees 44 ., .
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43 :::,:i':,:l..:-..:.:::: '17:: 7 -4 ':'":- ':::'::: : -:"'.'' ':
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,, Worthington, Miller (4-3) and Chicago 000 020 200 0-4 10 0
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eille o- ed the first run of the homers by Glis''PriandOS'aitti'Chi. Civraixavwletoli; ITnidgiearnss
43 B. Schmidt,, -.
aglidatnewinr the second inning and co Carrasquei in the eighth off
Kaline Tigers 43 ''. l':::::KI-.:!... 4, :.,-,: :;:::: .:::...,:::.1::1,,,, i i 1
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Shaw, Lown,- Arias, Staley (2-3)
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Allison', Senators 'Pitts 000 000 200 000 2-4 9 0 and'Lollar.
then teed off for a three-run hom- starter Don Mossi narrowed De De43
43 De43 ;.:..,:.,,..-4i',:'.,. ,x,Neong, Chi.
000 010 010 000 0-2 5 3 Bronstad, Terry, Shantz (1-2)
, er) in the third to pace the Braves troit's tead to 6-5 and Carrasquel
li ,:.87,;:p ,, o 'N'zle.,. : ,::::-::: :,,::;:,,...,,::...
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Atigailk and Berra. arH'eal arsh(mosa)n,
',7 tot.a 7-6 victory over the Dodgers. won the lame in 'the ninth when
HOME RUNS ii:.,i;iwk.,. ,: - ---- -
BC1oesvtoenlan.d '200001142100 1000-01x7 L'0.5.! 10'
,:, &.,,:i .:..1,'M:i41111,;:,1:1:-:;:.'1:::,,..,kki:..::;:...;,.... .,.,,,,..i.. H 0KDolirbnaieebo, waEnsadkcyl.E(ITIfsa-tOoy)nio,arH.fideluKyra(v5it3z..).,
Tit triumph kept Mlwaukee a he singled with the bases full
..,- 4
NATIONAL. LEAGUE
hag-game ahead of. Sian. Francs- for two runs. Reliever E r n i e
. Mathews, Braves 22
from his wife, ShirleY, after being presented with the trophY '''''.1,.,.;:,; ,,,,,,,;.::::,,....::,:i...,..:.,;;.::::...::51.,''ili.......r.:::
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ry victory while Dave Sisler absorbed .
Milwaukee 014 200 e0Orn70.117.,(21.1,-. )-,1-,0
t Banks, Cubs IS
his second setback.
Los Angeles --"-000 302' 010.-6. 9' '3' 7uellikvea''nG,
- Del Crandall a:so homered
Aaron, Braves 16 VICTORY KISS Billy Casper, 27, gets a congfatulatory kiss. '-',.:',.., -.,,iitra.4,,5:::11:tiitil,:fiii,,,,..1.'.7,,;:r:',:h:i:i,1111;.,:":.?..'.','
Al Kaline of ths Tigers suf.
fdr the Braves to help builo a
Robinson, Reds li
. Rush, Trowbridge (1-0), MalMa MalMait(y4.6702D0
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Cepeda, Giants 15 for winning the United States Open Golf Championship) at, .,..i...:.:.,,., .. :,,.,!,.ig ...,,::f,m.: ,:.',,,::.::',,.ft
s ated when the Dodgers ral- when struck by second baseman Mamaroneck, N.Y. Casper copped the $12,000 first prize with ti. i ,..,,,::.,,: ',,
I d for three runs in the fourth Bill Gardner's wilfkthrgwvin I'd AMERICAN 'LEAGUE 72 hole total of 282.
Washington(Nigh000t 62a2n13,00) 4777 12-- .1.,'
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and Duke Snider hit a hvo-run l'' illd4iii
first inning.,Ka me wat 1 Killebrew, Senators -. 23 ,
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Bob Trowbridge, second ot and is expected to rejoin the Lemon, Senators 17 r. fil:,::::
three Milwaukee pitchers, 9V a s Tigers in a few days. Allison, Senators ,:,
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the winner and Stan Williams Harmon Killebrew socked his Triandos, Orioles 15 t -:.r.'f::,,,tf.,,,,,,fsf.,:,::
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"TKK PANAMA AMERICAH'- AH IMPtPPfPPtT DAILY KKWSPAfCB

rormaTion oT jra ma or League to oe nnnouncea vexr ivionm

J '' '"jHlans uii tor Mart

1 t .Mm Mrni imLi raw punt. auvw "fwtsvwHi i

ifpm,-A fir fat thDowptt..J,

P, J4 Sanchet.Wtf Not IgtlnsT. thes 5,S

lindcrtrclt i
2-Blick Jet

l-DJon-x"-""''Tl: Vtiquei 115 -'i-Poor recent riieest?

4- Victori Regint A. Credi. 112 uoesm eem uneiy
5- Mar Braco C. Delgado lfflx -.Nothing to indicate
-Titita J. Rodriguea 110 Will fight it out
7-Don Cirilo A. Perei 114 Ratei good chance
g-Lo Moscoso H. 'Guttinea 115 -Gets world 'bete
ilateno B. Baera 110 Jockey will help

101
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31

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Peel Closes 1:35

24; Race "SpteVal" Imp. Fgs. Purse $Sj

,i Second Race f the Double' ".l
iMate'ra je v.- H. Pitty, 107 ji J-NoOiin'g;. to--indkate
2- Belduque m v E. Dario 100 Not. good enough
3- Stacatto H. Gustines 113 Sirtling workouti
4- Altagracia ... ,B. Baeia 108 -Jockey may help
-Gal Lusir v A,' Perei 108 -Disappointment to date
6- San Judai J., Rodriguez 115 -Reportedly good one.
7- MonUsco'. S- Hernaiidei 108 -Improving at last
5- Ranchipur .CredidioloB -Hasn't, shown much
Tierral 0. Bravo 115 Horse, to Wat here
10-Arancel 'P." Alvarex 103 Could surprise
1-Quien Sera H. Hidalgo 97x-Not good enough

:ji
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2-1
5-1
20-1
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15-1

Srd'Raco D" Natives

i-bon Brigido
2rBugaba
S-Don Grau
4-Julie

, Fj.Pgrse $400-00 Pool Coses JiW

J. Phillips 115 Returns from lavoff
A. Lorless 109x Poor effort in last
V. Ortega 110 Rates good chance
A. Gonzalei 113 -Will fight it out

EVEN
81
2-1
EVEN

4th Reee "A"

1-Ciria
2 Bosilongo
-Tuti Fruti
A-Apache
'SMohicano

Natives ,7 Pgs. Purse 1500.00

Quinlela
. , ti .'.
H. Hidalgo 107x Can make it here
A. Credidio 115 -Enjoying best form
1. Hernandez 116 -Was never better
H. Guetines 110 !-Reportedly wiproved
v ,B. Baeza 108 Doesn't seem likely

Pool Closes 2:30

5-2
21
2- 1
3- 1
5-1

Ith Race "" Stives S Fgs. Purs. 1371.00 Pool Closes 3:00

1- Radical
2- King Size
3- Pichoto
'4-Buscapleito
-5-Tanganica
6- Folletito
7- E1 Pequefio
8- San Vicente
Silver Girl

J. Talavera
R. Vasquez
, A, Lourless
. E. Dario
R. Cruzo
S. Hernandez
O. Madrid
J. Samaniego
H. Hidalgo

106 Rates fair chance
115 Seeks third straight
107X--Good early speed
104 Laks early 'speed' v'
I05x-Rates chante lieie
109 Usually moves late
105x Not against these
115 Returns in fine shape
10ix Good early speed

5-1

EVEN
10-1
251
4-1
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Pool Closes 3:40

4th Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse 450.00

"ii ':"Flrst Race of Ae J)oyk j
1-fhunderstreak A.
2- Latino S. Hernandez U0 -Must go lower
S-Campagnard B. Baeza 110 -Form indicates
4- cSrdlal G. Montero 110 -Could score here
5- Greco H. Gustines 115 -Usually close up
6-Ucencladd iJ. Samaniego 115 -Has strong finish

7th Race eth Series Imp. 4 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 4:0$

101

50-1
EVEN
8-1
5-1
5-1

3-1
2-1

Second Race of the Double

i

Hub Psint H. Gustines 112

S-Sunfair. M. Chalmers lOOx

wn.l V rasMllO 113

1-Mi CauMv H.l Hidalgo 109x
MA Agheili W
l-Festival J. Jimenez 105
r-Mni Patience M. Valen. 115
-Matriculado J. Talavera 108
'flOladamo Cucu S. Hernan. 110
10-Uberia R. Crm 103x
lt-jempire Cross A. Credidio 113
lHighlaod Prince J. Phil. 115

Dangerous contender
Nothing in ;months
Last doesn't count
Could core, .again
-Nothing to Indicate""
Good early speed
Ran well last week
Could get up here
Rates fair chance
Knocking' at door
Could go all the way

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th Ra. th;ISsrtS':lmp. Fgs.Purii; 4:40

1-La Fama
-2-Ruquita
3r,??rHnoa
rPepin ;
iGrimilda

Quinlela
' H. Hidalgo 105x Nothing to Indicate
R. Cruz 109x Depends on start
: C QUiros 109. Last two impressive
A Lourless 110xForm indicates. ..!ii
j. p. Diaz 96x Could surprise

3-1
21
3-2
EVEN
3-1

tth Race 3th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse J750.O0 Pool Closes S:1S

One Two

;i-Homan
2-PIay Boy
;3-Horacio
4-Deauville
5V$acancito
6-Yucatan

A. Credidio 110
J. Rodriguez 114
M. Valenzuela 108
H. Gustines 110
O. Bravo 110
B. Baeza 118

Best early speed
Doesn't seem likely
Must go lower
Gets stiff test here
Can score again
In fight to finish

41
8-1
101
3-2
21
85

TOth Race "Special" Imp. 7 F Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 5:40

4-Brandal M, Valenzuela 110 -Surprised in Utt
Puerto Madero B. Baeza 113 -Seems much the best
-3-Luzbel H. Hidalgo 102x -Not against these
trayente A. Perez 112 -Should be wnnerup
5Last Moment Bi-Aguirre 108 Returns from layoff
.6-Salale F. Sanchez Mflx Early speed oalf

4-1
1-2
81
3-1
51
101

Ufh Race Sth Series Imp,, I Fs. Purse J500.00

F.' Alvarez 108 B-Coiild surprise here
B. ''Baeza 112 -Distant to liking
A. Lourless llOx,' Would surprise

Pool Close

3-Teddy
-Best
3-P(hUUpipoa
HL-Le Matelot

m phiin.n ir,5 C-Earl kneed onlv

--Posiblemfnte H. GustineOli-jr-Should score easily,,
1SalHrrlB'4,''!'llC'I02x Distance suits style

B-rangai J. laiavera iu naies noou cunm
.Gontralor M. Valenzuela 112 lr i?ood router 'also
30-Rhea Calls H. Hidalgo lOJx -Notbing to, .indicate

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-..4i.. 1 i. ...11 1. 1

Of Operations In 1961

By OSCAR PRALIY
NEW YORK (UP1) William
A. Shea, who as been trying to

get another baseball club for New

York city ever since the uianta

and Dodgers left for California,
said yesterday an announcement of

the formation of a .100 million
dollar third major league will be
made between July 1 and 15.
He said the league hoped to
start operations in 1961, but com com-missloner
missloner com-missloner Ford Frick pointed out
that under baseball laws that tar
get date would bv difficult to at at-tain.
tain. at-tain. New York would be ode of the
eight cities in the new league.
Shea, who was appointed bead of a
committee by Mayor Robert F.

Wagner to try to obtain a second

major league baseball team for

New York, did not identify the

otner possible cities which would

obtain franchises.

However, more than a dozen
cities have been mentioned as

possibilities including Montreal,
Toronto, Buffalo, Minneapolis, Mi.

ami, Mexico juity, Houston, Dallas
and Denver. Shea's announcement
was greeted with 'enthusiasm by
civic officials of the cities Jikeiy
to become members of the new
circuit. 11 ; s
STADIUM, PROJICT PIVOT
The 'oivot of the entire jtroiect

depends upon : the erection of

a new stadium for the New Yori
club. It would be built on : the
Flushing Medow site of the Old

World Fair grounds.

Shea disclosed that the monev

for the New York team wnul be

put up by members of three 'fa

mous sporting families:

Mrs. Charles S. Pavson. sister

of John Hay (Jock) WHtney, U. S.
ambassador to Great Bitain. Mrs.
Payson and Whitney are co-owners
of Greenthree stables, one of
thoroughbred racing's most fa

mous stables.
Mrs. Dorothy Killam, million millionaire
aire millionaire Canadian soortswoman from

Montreal.

Dwight F. Davis J., who is
the son of the donor of the Davis

Cup, emblematic of world tennis

supermacy. Associated with Davis
is George Herbert Walker, who Is
the son of the donor of the Walker
Cup, contested hi enniallv between

the amateur golflefs of tbVUnlted

States and Great Britain.
"Countrywide interest has been
stimulated by the promise of a
new stadium in New York." Shea

said at it press conference. "The
mayor has said that if a team is
available, the city would build a

stadium.

MUST ORGANIZE 11ACUI
"The mavnr hat .rivls1 m ihmt

he is delighted with the group
which will own the New York
team. The only thing is that we

musi get me league completely or or-gainzed
gainzed or-gainzed before the stadium work is
begun but the third league can
be in existence and, operating by

He added that the Nur Vnrk

group was prepared to sit down
with Frick by July 15 "to con conclude
clude conclude our role in baseball."

frick, however, said he had no
meeting nrhpriulorf with Ith

Shea or the New York group and
said it would be "almost impos-

siDie- for tne backers of the pro proposed
posed proposed new league to meet : with
club nwnera Hnrino tk ill.Cf.r

break in Pittsburgh, July, 7 and
8. '" '. jt I

"I don't want to dash eold wat-,

er on the project, nor. do I want
to sound over-enthusiastic." added

Frick, "I'm perfectly neutral.
"But under the rules of baseball.

the club owners would have to
have six months notice on mat matters
ters matters like this,, before they can

take them up at the league meet meetings.
ings. meetings. This may not come up until
the December meetings."
RICALLS FRANCHISE
MOVIS
Frick also pointed under that un under
der under baseball law. the new league
would have to have franchises or organized
ganized organized 10 months before the start

of a season. That would put the

target date for complete organiza organization
tion organization of the third leatrue as June

of I960.

There have been times in the
ast, however, when club owners
ave acted on matters which were

not on the scheduled agenda for

a meeting, une sucn ume was at a
National League meeting in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in May of 1956 when Nation
al League club owners at a sdc.

cial session authorized the Giants

to move from New York to San
Francisco and the Dodaers from

Brooklyn to Los Angeles.
When major league club owners
announced in Columbus, Ohio, on
May 21 that thv. would welcome

an application for the formation nt

3. third major league. Frick pre pre-lcted
lcted pre-lcted that it would take five
years to form a new circuit.
Certain limitations were set for

qualifying for a franchise in the
new lea cue. They included that
the population of each city of the
oroposed league not be any small small-er
er small-er than the pooulation of the

mallest city In the present mi mi-ior
ior mi-ior leagues (Kansas Citv with

460.000). and that the ball park

would have to have a minimum

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Racetrack Tips

Bisons Investment
In Lehman Begins
To Pay Dividends

NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI)-

Ken Lehman, the little lefty
for whom the Buffalo Bisons
paid $20,000 to the Philadelphia
Phillies, finally looks like he's

going to pay off on the Invest Investment.
ment. Investment. Lehman, off to a bad start in

the International League this

season, made it two victories id
a row yesterday when he pitched

the Bisons to a T-5 victory i ever

tne Columbus Jets.
The victory enabled the Bisons

to' keep their one and onehalf
game margin over the second second-place
place second-place Richmond Virginians, who
shaded the Rochester Red Wings,
3-2, in the only other action.

Both the Montreal at Havana
and Toronto at Miami cames were

postponed because of rain and

storms which lished the area
yesterday. ;
! The 31-year-old Lehman carri

ed a 7-3 lead into the ninth be before
fore before weakening and needed relief
help from Hank Mason. Bobby

Del Greco'i ninth nomer ti and
Pancho Herrera's 16th m a d e
thines easy fof Lehman. Dick

Lines, the victim of both circuit

blasts, was charged with his
sixth loss against five victories.

Lehman's record now standi at
2-3.'
The Virginians battled back

from a 2-0 deficit in the sixth

Inning to gain their victory. Eli

Grba, who took over in the

eighth w'th Richmond traiHner:

2-1., was the winner, while Bob
P'sylock, the third of 'our Ro Rochester
chester Rochester pitchers, was the oser.

uraoa's record standi at 6-0

By CONRADO

1 Pleteno
2 Terral
3 Julie
4 Bos Kongo
5 King Slxo

0 Campagnard

Titita

Ranchlpur

Bugaba

Tutl Frutl

San Vicente (e)

Frliolito

' 7iilmbtre Cress1 HlgMamf phte

I Pepin Baranoa
Yucatan Deauville

10 Puerto Madero Atrayento

11 Poslblemente

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant x

Highly rated San Judas is the in nine starts

only newcomer scheduled to
break into the local horse racing

picture this weekend. The two.
year-old chestnut offspring of Fau.

bourg-Japonesa II is entered for

tomorrow s second race for maid maidens.
ens. maidens. '"
San Judas, owned by the Stud
Santa Ana and trained by. Agus Agus-tin
tin Agus-tin Soane, will be ridden by Judo
Rodriguez, He will go against Ma Ma-teraje,
teraje, Ma-teraje, Belduque, Stacatto, Alta Alta-gracia,
gracia, Alta-gracia, Gai Lusar, Montesco, Ran Ran-chipur,
chipur, Ran-chipur, Tierral, Arancel and
Quien Sera.
Arancel and Tierral will race
with blinkers tomorrow.
0O0

Top f lighter Al Juste has
been bought by John C. Price
and will be trained by Luis H.
Farrugia. This bay son of Pack Packet
et Packet of Tea-Rat con Ras is one of
the lerge group of the Gabriet
Osta Vicuna stable that is be being
ing being liquidated here.
Escardillo will race this week

under a new trainer. Meinaldo
Diaz has taken over the handling
of Carlos E. Lopez Jr.'s Argen

tine-bred brown colt. Brauno Bae

za will ride Escardillo against a
tough field over a mile on Sunday.

0O0
Guillermo Sanchez, who was

just another run-of-the-mill jockey
at the President Remon race

track but a smashing success at

the Hlpodromo de las Americas
for the past two weeks, was re reportedly
portedly reportedly uninjured after taking a
spill from his mount Wednesday

afternoon in the eigth at the Mex

ico City racetrack.

Sanchez was rushed to a hospi

tal after the fall. The attending

physician said that the jockey
wa only shaken up and could re return
turn return to the saddle the next day.

0O0
Track champion Quidico. winner

of seven of his nine starts tliis

year, has earned more than twice
as much money as the runnerup

in the bst of the top ten import

ed thoroughbred money winners.

The owners of the classy tm-

lean-bred five-year old chestnut

son of Taimado-Miryam have col

lected $27,602.50. The next big
gftst gleaner is Mrs. Delia Aceve

do's, slumping Siete y Medio

which has earned $13,425 in 11

races four wins, four places, two

shows and one fourth place fin

ish.

Another, racer owned by Mm.
Acve16 ii iW third 'WaceVf hl Is

ran xostaao wnicn nas picked
up $4,517.50 as the result of win

ninff xix racea. finishing se-.nnri

Contralorltwice and out of the money once

Next come the fillies Miss Bru

nette, Nebrisca and Alpina. Tney
have earned $3,735, $3,660 and
$3,475, respectively.
Unbeaten Janina, now retirtd
etter an unbeaten string of 22
victories, tops to natives with
$4,270 earned in four races this
year. Titita, a full sitter to Ja-.
nina, is the runnerup with $2, $2,-800,
800, $2,-800, the product of four wins,
four places and once out of the
money in nine starts.
Tuti Fruti is third with $2,740
gleaned in 16 races six wins,
three places, four shows and
three times out of the money.
Brilliant Henco Is fourth with
$2,655 earned as the result oi
three victories and a place ir
four starts.
' 0O0
Two of the belter riders will

depart these shores soon to try

their luck abroad. Hpliodoro 'P. 'P.-pi.o)
pi.o) 'P.-pi.o) Gustines recently signed a
contract to ride in Puerto Itico
while Sandino Hernandez will
take another 6tab at U.S. racing.

0O0
Miss Brunette, winner of all

her six starts, is reportedly ail

ing and will be absent from the
lineup of the June 28 National
Red Cross Classic for two-vear-

olds. This will leave the $2,000

added seven furlong race as a
battle among Pops, Piccolino and
Puerto Madero.

SCORES

ARMY-NAVY MIXED LEAGUE

The You-Name-Us team holds
a seven-game lead in the Army Army-Navy
Navy Army-Navy mixed bowling league at
Fort Kobbe at the end of the
13th week of play. During the
last roll-offs Private Herb Zost
had the high average with a 174
and Virginia Hassler led the wom women
en women bowlers ili4"lWi
Standings of the teams, made
up of Fort Kobbe and Farfan re residents,
sidents, residents, are:
Teams W U
You-Name-Us 38 14

Las Escopetas 31 21
Ten Pins 28 24
Three Fingers 27 25
The Flyers ,iisikh. 25 27
Whoops "' 25 27
Sandbaggers 24 24
Lagartas 21 21

Ramblers 19 33
Goofballs 19 29

Deauville Seeks 3rd Straight
In $750 Sprint Race Today

The Stud Los Siete'i vastly
improved Deauville tomenow
shoots for his third consecutive
victory) in the featured $750 sev seven
en seven furlong dash for third series

imported thoroughbreds at the

President Remon racetrack.
Deauvelli, which has finally
rounded into top form, is now
racing like the classy performer
he had been reputed to be. Af After
ter After earning a deadheat with
Diocese, Deauville came back to
easily whip Embassy, Bucalemi Bucalemi-to
to Bucalemi-to and Diocese in a six furlong
sprint, He did not race last week.
This will undoubtedly be the
stiffest test -for the British-bred
sprinter. Heliodoro (Papito) Gus

tines, who has been thus far the

most successful rider aboard tne
speedy grey son of Grey Sove
reign-Andree, will once more do
the booting
Scheduled to oppose Deauville
are stretch-burning Yucatan,
speedy Homan, improved Bacan Bacan-cito,
cito, Bacan-cito, once-classy Horacio and dis distance
tance distance loving Playboy.
Yucatan, fresh from a sensa sensational
tional sensational victory over El Tunchi

last Saturday, will most likely go
off the second choice. Yuca Yucatan
tan Yucatan will have the advantage of

being ridden by crackerjack

rider Braulio Baeza.

Homan, a danger card if he
gets off to a good start, will nave
hustling Amado Credidio in the
saddle. Bacancito, which "scored
impressively last week over a

group of series racers, will be

ridden by Oscar Bravo.

Outsider Playboy and Horacio

will have Julio Rodrigurz and Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Valenzuela, respectively, in

their saddles.

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Inventor of

Aerated Shaving

(jfpatented,
i fJZiXri tHlusfve
H! ; small-bubble

The secondary attraction will what shapes up on paper as a
be a seven furlong dash for wide open rece.
Class 'A" natives. Ciria, Bosi Bosilongo,
longo, Bosilongo, Tuti Fruti, Apache and Nine other prospective thriUars
Mohlcano will match strides in are included on the card.

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7599.
FOR RENT:One 2-room, one
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FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
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2-4410.
FOR SALE:--1959 Napo two
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FOR SALE:--1951 Buick S325
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FOR SALE: English Ford
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13,800, seats and interior doors
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TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios. Hi-El Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave 18-20 Tel 2-1905.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
,Asollir lasting remain.
Ste 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect d a so a g
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boots Cr Motors
FOR SALE: Runabout 13 ft.,
15 his. Evinrude, controls, wind windshield,
shield, windshield, trailer, complete WO.
Call Clayton 2281.
FOR SALL-16' boat with cabin
S50; 25 h.p. Johnson S150; plus
accessories, phone Albrook, duty
7177, home 3223.
West German Govt.
Delays Decision
On Flection Plans
BONN, Germany (UPI) The
West German Parliament yester yesterday
day yesterday postponed for another 24 hours
a vote on whether to hold elections
for a new president of West Ger Germany
many Germany in West Berlin.
The East German Communists
had threatened to impose a new
blockade on the divided city in
the presidential elections were
held there.
Parliament was scheduled to
vote on the issue today. But the
parliamentary steering commit committee
tee committee decided to put off the vote.
Guid
Guest Minister
To Speak Sunday
At Gamboa Chuirch
In the abaence of the pastor,
Rev, Walter Alderton, who wilh
Mrs. Merton, is on vacation n1
the States. Rev. Reginald. W.
Wheatley will be the guest
preacher, for the 10:40 a.m. Stutt
day morning worship service att
the Gamboa Union ,Church.
Mr. Wheatley has succeeded tot
school and mission responsibill responsibillties
ties responsibillties fOrmerly carried by Mr. and
Mrs. A. Fisk at the Sea Wall
Church.
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Outboard Motor
Ignition Parts!
15th & Central Ave.
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FOR SALLG.E. Deluxe clothes
dryer, excellent condition, MO.
Qrts JO, Albrook 119S.
FOR $.4111:Sto'reophonic Rae..
owls. Classical and Pnaulats A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Street No.
6-A.
FOR SALLG.E. wringiw wash.
or, good condition. $40. 1-1773.
FOR SALE:T.V. RCA "21",
S165.00, RCA, S125.00
at Almacon Punta 4. Phan 2-
3392,
FOR SALE:-11 metal Venetian
blinds 6 foot by 3 tent, all for
$40.00 singly $5.00 a e h
Phone: Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE: Magnavox 17"
portable television with antenna,
S10000, good ginditioe. Phone
4-9608.
FOR SALE:Gold band minton
plates, dropleof mahogany table
maple table, bed, chest of draw drawers,
ers, drawers, bird cage, Venetian blinds,
laps, dishes. Ciler Hous
5711-C, Shonts St., Diablo.
FOR SALE:Horso with saddle.
$35.00, Transisthmian t it sl
house, beyond Colonias Infanti Infantile'.
le'. Infantile'. Phone Las Cuinbres 2322.
FOR SALE:Retiring. Westing
house Laundromat. Refrigerator,
G E. T.V., VM Hi-Fi. 8 maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining chairs. Bamboo fur.
niture. Bicycles. Elect Irk trains.
Model planes Tel Sloop Slooping
ing Slooping b a g, etc. Miscall
oodimusehold au 819X-A Croton
street, Balhoa.
Ike's Request For
Meets Disfavoi In
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has asked the
Labor Department fOr reaction to
a suggestion that the government
issue an independent report on
steetf wages, profits an producti productivity,
vity, productivity, the White House laid today.
The department's reply was not
expected for several days, but
some officials said privately in
advance that they did not think
much of the idea.
- They feared that any govern government
ment government score card on the conflict conflicting
ing conflicting claitns,,,qt., steel mfintgement
end union representatives during
current contract talks might do
more harm than good.
In addition, they pointed out
that the Bureau of Labor Statis Statistics
tics Statistics already issues figures on pro productivity
ductivity productivity and hourly earnings of
steel workers as soon as they are
available.'
One official said the basie fig figures
ures figures were not in dispute but that
differing methods for interpreting
them were creating controversy.
At the President's news confer conference
ence conference yesterday, a reporter told
the President that both manage management
ment management and union officials in the
steel industry were using one onesided
sided onesided data to support their bar bargaining
gaining bargaining positions.
The newsmen suggested that
the government compile and pub publish
lish publish independent figures. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower replied that the idea sounded
"most intelligent."
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said that
immediately, after the news
conference, the President instruct instructed
ed instructed him to relay the suggestion to
the Labor Department for its re reaction.
action. reaction. Hagerty declined to cdinment on
the report that department offi officials
cials officials did not like the idea.
One high official familiar with
labor-management relations said
any special report issued before
steel wage contracts expire June

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FOR SAL12--7 Moo nsohotonst
hodroom snits, 4 months oli
$200.00. Phone 4-0606.
FOR SALL-12 sm. ft., Stevel
refrigerator, freixr Minn,
5507-A Diablo $175.00.
FOR SALE:.1957 Kenmore De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe dryer. $17,.00. or best of offer.
fer. offer. Albrook 86-3102. Excellent
condition.
FOR SALE: jamas automatic
dishwasher. 'walkout condition,
$50.00. Tel. Albreek 86-1224.
PERSONALS 1
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
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Business oportunity. Needed part partn
n partn er with capital to expand busi busin
n busin ess in going concern sound
investment, geed return. Write
4390. 1
Nurser School, open all Sill
Call Balboa 1214.
Want to,. got rid of mildow and,
mold? Try a bag of DI-GAS,
Amorican SAWN 11-06 "J"
Govt. Steel Report
laborDepartment
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30 might be construed as favoring
either the company or the union.
Some thought was being given
to whether it might be better to
iSSIte index to existing gov government
ernment government reports and figures re relating
lating relating to the steel industry- rather
than make, Ai new compilation.
One official gave these examples
to show that while basic figures
are not in dispute, labor and
management interpret them dif differently.
ferently. differently. He said steel producers could
cite lagging output per man-hour
in' the --Tifirthiee rears ttNLI'llolt:
ster their wage-freeze argument.
But union officials could counter
that productivity since the end-of
World War II has been increasing
sharply and is rising rapidly right
now, he added.
Both woUld be correct, the offi official
cial official said.
0,As4 :matter of fact, the industrx
has rejected anv use of producti productivity
vity productivity figures to iustify pay boosts.
It says, in effAct, that they're
too complex and don't reflect in investors'
vestors' investors' stake in new machinery.
Prices To Keep
Clip.' fling, Predict
US Buying Agents
NEW YORK (UPI) -9- Most of
the nation's purchasing. agents
look lot a continued rise m prices,
during the second half of 1959,'
cording to Purchasing Week mag-'
azine.
Only 11 per cent of the buyers
polled by the McGraw-Hill publi publication
cation publication expect prices to remain
stable, while 32 per cent forecast
a slight increase of from 1 to 2
per cent.
Around 48 per cent of the 'agents
surveyed believe prices will be up
2 to 4 per cent while 9 per cent
think they will go even higher, the
magazine said.
Sails Arrives
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June 13 June 18
June 20 June 2S
June 27 July 2
July 4 July 9
July 11 July 18
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Classified raga doses 11:31
,Slost. ti Fri., 11 am.,
Sat, 2 jun, Sat.' for Sun.
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Office open I-5 Treokdays.
ReaUEstOte
toltuLt .tLeto SOO and 1.000
meters, lit the Nene Hipdtemo
thrbasizatiee- agrees the Romeo
Racetrack.- lets with; street
treats. sewage. woo main and
electricity. Call W. McBamott.
Tel. 4-0970.
,1011 SALK OR FOR RENT:
Beautiful roaidence, 4 bedrooms,
2 baHwooms, livindroom. dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, closed aecreation porch,
librarYL., Pantry, large kitchen,
, garden, lovely terrace. hot water.
maid'e 'room with bathroom, gar garage,
age, garage, Call 2-2510:
FOR-BALB:---In Inoue Lefevre,
C Street, lot 1,500 square meters
a $3.00 a meter. CASH. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-5079 Mr. Didier.
FOR SALLComfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
4735 sq. moors of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. else elsetisk!
tisk! elsetisk! plaid; mei, refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgona Beech, 50 miles from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Terms
Accepted. Can be inspected story
Soadat, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner or call Telephones: 2-
4924 or 3-6376. Falun for
appoinment.
Young Cop-Killer
Wen lilies Body
Of Slain Brother
MIDDLEHORO,Nass. (UPI) ---
John'-Coyle444," whose ambition
was Aor tie,-11. "better man than
John Dillinger" identidied hia
brother's bullet-riddled body In a
morgue yesterday and then waived
extradition to Philadelphia to be
triedwort4s cop-Idlling charge.
HiltIbeether, William', 22, was
shot 10 times in a gunbattle with
police who cornered the brothers
in a cranberry bog. John surrend surrendered
ered surrendered before he was hit.
It was an end to their eareer
not unlike that of Dillinger ,the
1930s desperado who' was trapped
and killed outside a Chicago the theater
ater theater .by FBI agents.
Wearing chino trousers and 2
polka dot sports shirt, John
coldly scanned his brother's body
lying on a slab in the morgue.
He walked around it and stopped
to examine vhead wound.
"Yeh, that's him," he said.
Asked earitint what should be
done with the body, he re replied:
plied: replied: "You guys killed him. you
bury him."
Authorities later took off his
handeeffs long enough for him to
sign extradition papers. He is
wanted in Philadelphia for the
slaying of policeman James 'Kane
last June 5. If convicted of mur murder,
der, murder, he could be sentenced to the
electric chair.
US Companies Show
Pew lpfprest In
Health 01 Woikers
NEW YORK (UPI) Com Companies
panies Companies are taking an increasing
interest in the health of their
workers, a National Industrial
Conference Board survey showed
Thursday.
The 242 U. S. and 38 Canadian
firms taking part in the survey
are taking active steps not only
to treat job-connected injuries and
diseases but to prevent them. An
increased attention is being given
to the control of mental disease.
The conference board gave this
reason for the stepped up inter interest:
est: interest: "Competition for efficient
personnel has impressed upon
managements the importance of
safeguarding the health of their
employes, in whom they have in invested
vested invested time and money."
Health and medical nrograms
maintained the companies cover
a wide range.
HAIM-RAISING This Tokyo
beauty seems to have been
Jolted by the shock of her life.
Actually, she." decked out In' a
"sculptured.' hairdo tailed
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Q. I am 32, married, with two
young children Have a 36,000
mortgage on 312,000 house which
we would like to sell -or exchange
for a larger-on011a,Ve $1,500
savings, 31,500, in a tredit union
and 31,300 in mutual' funds. Fu Future
ture Future plans indecisive, but I would
like to put $1;000,A a good growth
stock, or posiblf even take out
a larger mortgage to buy even
more growt,h stock., We are alsp
interested in going, into business
in the next few ,years anthwould
need all our capital liquid', them,
Would you send nie a list of safe
growth stocks?
. I am sending you a list of
growth stocks, but hesitate to re recommend
commend recommend your using it.
If you are going to swap hous houses.
es. houses. you ought to keep your funds
liquid, in order to be in a position
to make the best possible deal.
Furthermore, if you have a busi business
ness business in mind, you ought to store
up as much cash as you can for
that. A young busioess often finds
it very difficult to borrow money
and when it can, the rates are
high
As for borrowing on a mort.
gage to ,apeculate, in stocksfor stocksforget
get stocksforget it! I'
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or a mutual fund to help meet
education costs for a child now
eight months old?
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M:SIIULSKY
raean the setting, up of a regular
saving program which would yield
a fixed sum of money in, say, 1?
or 18 years.
The mutual fund program would
mean investment in egities which,
you hope, would, hicrease ihe ca capital
pital capital over that period of time and
also help offset 'any inflation in
College tuition.
You've yot to-Ariake up your
mind: do youvifeef the tuition bills
can be met by setting aside a
certain sum eaph year. Or do you
want to try fol capital gains in
order to keep step with any infla inflat'"
t'" inflat'" bon.
There are flintily mutual funds
aimed at groWth which would fit
into,the latter-pan.
Q. am 74, retired with all my
money in four per cent, insured,
savings and loans. I have enough
income to live on from frier
sources. Is this program wise, 41
should I invest part In stocks or
bonds?
A. There 1,9 nothing wrong with
your plan except that you are
freezing yoUr investment incoir
for all Omelet four per cent of
lour' tdtattlunds. If you have suf sufficleatincorne
ficleatincorne sufficleatincorne 'from other sources
to.,be in a vosition to ignore any
inhatiorvlott': niight encounter in
IOUrilifetinitrthen you might as
?tell1Arat-.1-T;ypti 'are.
',Intl-only"' season for putting
soime7Of your funds in stocks would
be the fear that you are now liv living
ing living o close to your income that
any boost in living costs would put
you in a Jim. if that isn't true.
why worry?
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,r aetres Ethel Barrymore, oft-ac-
' I claimed first lady of the Amer- d
Federal Ju ges Void
'''. f can !heater and matriarch of the
-' Barrymore clan, died yesterday
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' at the age of 79.
.. Miss Barrymore, who outlived School Segregation
'. her more flamboyant brother
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. Lionel,' succumbed quietly at her -!,4- t ---.- 0 --
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Beverly Hills home where she 1
. LirrLE,,RocK, Ark. (12I)--,4 The three fel
spe4 her final years away from federal court opened the way dition to decla
' the fOotlights she loved but close yesterday for possible integration, 1 a w s unconst
' to opcpional motion picture and
, of Little Rock's public high the school boa
: ; television work that she detested schools next fall by voiding the a mandate to
41 hut .eventually tolerated. key laws'thatGoV. OrvalE. Feu- joined the boa
Death of the famed stage and bus used to. keep them closed ignore or side!
ti4i: : acreep actress was attributed to through the 1958-19A sessfon. Faubus said
kf a heart condition. Faubus called the Legislature and may mee
11,4cr son, Samuel Barrymore into special sesion last faU to board which la
Colt-i, was at her side when death
r" pass a -"package" of integration staunch segre,
s, came. laws that enabled. him to close ,in a recall eic
"1never did make a picture 1 four public high schools before "Whether 'an
P: eopld hear to look at," she told vey
n ever really 'opened last Sep- complished wo
't an ithterviewer late in her own
illustrious and sometimes temp- tember.
He used the same laws to keep bsayidthe meetin
1, estimlis career.- the schools closed all the session. "We are er
k "For me, working in the movies A special, three judge federal certainly hope
1 is .,a lazy life. There's no thrill court ruled that they are uncon- lates plans to
it such as you have on the stage,
f,, stitutional and Faubus has no September," W
ti, when. you start living a role even power to close public schools. lawyer who 11
if beqre the curtain rises, and stay "I see no alternative but to tional Associal
k, oni,top emotionally for two and proceed with some plan of inte- ,ment of Colorel
g a half hours. gration," Everett Tucker Jr., three judges, s
7. Sbe started acting at the age president of the Little Rock school The three f(
!il of 14 before the turn of the cen- board, said. ruled are Eigl
tury, and for nearly 60 years
achieved a string of successes Court of Apoe.
Sanborn of St.
'4. that -Ow actresses of any time Governor Potter District Judge
,4 could, match. She became known Fort Smith, A
ti,
to ,millions for her regal, imperti-
Will Be S'peaker' trict Judgr. lb
-) ous manner am, throaty voice,
Point, S. D.
,1 and was frequently praised as a s ,, ea
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great artist by presidents, states statesmen
men statesmen and show business celebri celebrim
m celebrim tirf
Barrymore was born in
Philadelphia pa 'Aug. 15, 1879,
tually cradled in the theater and
pre-destined to become a star.
' Her family of famous stage
folks includedin addition to her
brothersan uncle, the theater's
immortal John Drew, whois fos fostered
tered fostered her stage career; her nab naber,
er, naber, Georgianna Drew Barrythore,
andi, her father Mauice Barry Barry,
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t p &Ai, her father Manice Barry Barry1
1 Barry1 ,.. Mare, who OnCT challenged John
L. Sullivan to a fight. The Barry Barrymores
mores Barrymores headed a stock company
i, that was almost a national insti instil"
l" instil" tution when she was born.
i With her brothers she carried
k4 on the tradition, although in her
r
v early 'teens she first tried with without
out without success to get an acting job
naLher own without trading on the
t
'', Dames of her famous relatives.
, "That's all there is, there isn't
.
any more," became her tag line
l''' as she responded to repeated cur curtain
tain curtain c a I I s from the legitimate
t sta ge
Of On her 70th birthday in 1949,
t
, well-wishers from 'round-the-globe
, NO her tribute, including then
1 sfavoident Harry .S. Truman, tor
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to Inlr- President Herbert Hoover,
4 ,stateman Bernard Baruch Elea Elea.
. Elea. nor Roosevelt, Katherine Cornell,
, i Tallulah Bankhead and Katharine

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,i Hepburn.
f "I have seen her in most of her
44 rol?s, and I am eternally indebted
1 to her for the pleasure she has
glven me,'' said Truman in his
, bmessage to the white-haired ac,
tOs-i. "To Ethel Barrymorefirst
lady of the American stage
. many happy returns of the day."
Thus she was hailed as being
a star of both stage and screen
for a longer period of time than
, any other contemporary actress.
,.,,,tIer first appearance on anv
1,:otage was in "The Rivals" at the
' ',Academy of Music is Montreal
, Her New York debut was made
in 1895 in the cast of "That Int Int;
; Int; i pudent Young Couple," and her
i' first starring role was in "Cap "Capt
t "Capt t 4.11,4ik .Iinks of the Horse Marines"
p,,ini 1901. Even at the start she
, i ,i imide Broadway history for both
A .,t
,, ermes and the public, going from
, ,: success to success as one of th,
greatest of all times in New York
'' we:lind Lndon.
- ? Tjar, But at the height of her fame,
11, slie decided to do some, pioneer pioneert
t pioneert ,. -ing She entered films and ap apPeared
Peared apPeared on the screen for the first
.., ,,,o4iime in 1914 for "The Nightin Nightin,
, Nightin, ,..,., gale.'" Other films followed but
Alm stage remained her prime in inIt,
It, inIt, 2 terest in nationwide tours until
1 I t 1.9P when she came to Hollywood
, t,to,,, join her brothers John and
, pr Lionel, in "Rasputin," the sole
', ,t t,tirne the famous Barrymore trio
1 ;,,,' Appeared together on the screen.
,-;,, i Again thf, stage claimed her
,! tl,,,, nd it wasn t until several years
B6J ter that she returned for "None
ru, pt The Lonely Heart"for which
1 lortabe won an Academy Award for
pbt. brit performance by a supporting
, -a:41648s in 1944. It wns her first
it 401king picture as well.
1191,,,..,1,,Onee, in 1909 after her marriage
Con 14- Busse G. Colt of Providence,
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4 Cfs141;-, Miss Barrymore left the the
Eft)! r for a Hme to devote all her
i ,$ ,, scee-tdrts to her three children
i t., tamuell, with whom she resided
) E I 1)ere in recent years; John Drew

es3 I tit twnhoreeart eynetaerrse;c1 Jdorhanm Da tricesw
C and Ethel Barrymore Colt. who
became an lictress and singer
!terse! before marrying and pre preEtirg
Etirg preEtirg the eirrgetic actress with
, first grandson, John Drew
leen, now 11.
4 '- After several separations and
4,,,,,,;.aechneillations. Miss Barrymore's
, 'cordage to Colt was dissolved in
1M, She never remarried.
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toAtirpanic-in whi'gh,23 persons were in.
ijuredi. An elephant broke its
. ',21, chains and escaped from the
' 4 hurninutent, but was captured
' Areveral hours later in the city.
,,,, iSeVenteen animals, including five
' ' Toni and two tig-rs, were burned
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Governor Potter
Will Be Speaker
At Gamboa Meet

The Gamboa Civic Council has
announced plans for a town
meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30
at the Gamboa Civic Center.
Speaker of the evening will be
Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter.
All Gamboa residents are urg
ed to attend.

Nettot!,,RackeUi Probe Pf Union,
Busineis'S0iicling Tit'ubl

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Rackets Committee, which
may go out of business this sum summer,
mer, summer, is haying et etting
ting etting two Itrttlfosed-investigattioni
underwa3r.
They involve a potentially-explosive
study of union and business
political spending and a look at
violence in the Henderson, N.C.,
textile strike.
The committee is expected to
meet next week to decide what
to do about the politest inquiry
demanded Republicans for
more than a year. Two members
Sens. Barry Goldwater (11-Ariz.)
and Frank Church (D-Idaho)
who canvassed the field reached
no definite conclusions.
Church said he doubted the
committee had the time or au authority
thority authority to conduct the type of ex exhaustive
haustive exhaustive inquiry the, Republican
members Went. :
He suggeited a special group
might be set up to look into the
extent that big business and or organized
ganized organized labor influence elections
through polities! contributions.
Goldvister,)hile admitting there
may be a rurisdictional -question,
questioned whether the Senate
would agree to establfsh a special
inquiry. He felt the rackets com committee
mittee committee should conduct the investi investigation
gation investigation before it disbands.
Goldwater also is understood
to feel that committee counsel
Robert F. Kennedy, for one rea reason
son reason or another. is not in sym sympathy
pathy sympathy with this project.
The committee now plans to
onen, possibly late next week, an,

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1 The three federal judges, in ad addition
dition addition to declaring the two key
laws unconstitutional, reminded
the school board that it is under
a mandate to integrate and en enjoined
joined enjoined the board from trying to
ignore or sidestep. the mandate.
Faubus said he is not surprised
and may meet with the school
board which last month lost three
staunch segregationist members
-in a recall election.
"Whether anything- can- be ac accomplished
complished accomplished would be determined
by the meeting itself," Faubus
said.
"We are encouraged and we
certainly hope the board formu-1
lates plans to open the schools in
September," Wiley Branton, thel
lawyer who represented the Na National
tional National Association for Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People before the
'three judges, said.
The three federal judges who
ruled are Eighth U. S. Circuit'
Court of Appeals Judge John S
Sanborn of St. Paul, Minn.: U.S.
District Judge John S. Miller of
Fort Smith, Ark., and U.S. Dis District
trict District Judgr. Axel J: 'Beck -of El
Point, S. D. :
.The laws they declared uncon unconstitutional
stitutional unconstitutional were Acts 4 and 5 of
a special anti-integration "pack "package'
age' "package' the arkansas Legislature
passed last fall for Faubus.
Act 4 allowed' hinr to close the
schools, which he did to keep
Negroes from attending, and Act
5 allowed him to withhold public
funds from closed schools.

other round of hearings on the
activities of Teamster president
James R. Hoffa and other mem members
bers members of hik union.
These tilidlitibtedly will
take the committee well into July.
Also hanging fire is an investiga investigation
tion investigation of the garment industry and
union, particularly in New York
City.
The committee may sandwich In
a twice-postponed investigation of
the Henderson, textile strike.
Howevert Sen. Jkarn-J; lirVin Jr.
(1)-N.C.), a committee climber,
noted Thursday that it was not
the group's function to try to set settle
tle settle strikes.
Ervin said any Inquiry into the
Henderson matter would only
have the purnose of determining
if any legislation ve-re needed
to prevent violence in labor disputes.

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boom and double boom in over overseas
seas overseas air travel is shown in chart'
above. U.S. airlines, spurred by
introduction of new jets, rolled.
up a record of nearly six bil billion
lion billion passenger miles last year.
Steamship, travel, 'while regis registering
tering registering gains in recent years, fell
a big 17 per cent in the first
quarter of 1959.

DEPARTS Capt. A. R. St. An Angelo
gelo Angelo (above), succeeded last
week as chief of staff of the 15th
Naval District, left yesterday by
air for San Francisco for retire.
ment from the Navy. The veter veteran
an veteran submarine officer is closing
out a distinguished 30-year ca career
reer career that spanned two wars and
won him the Silver Star, the Na Navy's
vy's Navy's third-highest ddcoration. He
was accompanied by his wilt
Beverly and two sons, Diko, 11,
and Mark, 9.

Little League
Girls 5, Boys 1

Girls outnumbered boys five to
one in the births at Coco Solo
Hospital during the week which
ended Wednesday, June 10, ac according
cording according to the ..hospital ;repot t.,
During this same period, 83 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 68
were discharged.
Parents of aU of the children
live in Colon. The girls were
born to Sp5 and Mrs. Almario
Lori ila, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Abed Abednego,
nego, Abednego, Mr. and Mrs. Bernal Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, end Mrs. and Mis. jerimiab
Steele.
Parents of the boy are Mr. and
Mrs. Rolfe Burton.

lEarth Tremor
Felt Widely
Throughout Mollie--
BRUNSWICK, Maine, June 19
(UPI) A heavy earth tremor
shook a wide section of Matne
shortly before noon today. The
shock w-c entrated In the
Brunswick area.
The,. tre, lelt a; At ;-
way as the eapital city of Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, 30 miles north of Brunswick
and as far south as Biddeford,
some 50 miles away.
In the state house at Augusta,
the tremor sounded and felt like
heavy explosion.
State police said they were
swamped with telephone calls.

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Panagr a (Pan American AmericanGrace
Grace AmericanGrace Airways) has appointed
Mr. Jason D. Stelanis in charge
of Public Relations at Tocumen
Airport.
Mr. Stefanis joined Panagra
fiVe years itgO, and is well
known and esteemed in the
community.

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DURBAN. South Africa
An estimated 40,000 Mricans riot rioted
ed rioted ill Durban, last night as panic panic'Welsh
'Welsh panic'Welsh white Europeans fled
their homes.
-11.At least two natives were re reported
ported reported killed as Africans fought
police, locioed roads, smashed
halls and streamed into the
center of this port city in a giant
riot that erupted ilk ',protest
against .a law lorbiddink' natives
to brew their 'own beer.
Scores of police were injured in
fist fights and gun battles that
swept across a 10-square-mile
area of the city. Sixteen buildings
and a number of Indian owned
shops and buses were put to the
torch.
The day-long "beer riots" slack slackened
ened slackened off a bit late 'in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, but the violence was re resumed
sumed resumed yesterday evening when
several white policemen and a re reporter
porter reporter were trapped in a Cato
Manor beer hall by rioters.
Police charges failed to set the
men free ind the rioters set the
building on firs. The fate of,

WASHINGTON UPI) Wife
stealing is still prevalent in cer certain
tain certain parts of Alaska and it doesn't
always lead to trouble, a scientist
reported today.
Dr. Robert F. Spencer et the
University of Michigan said some sometimes
times sometimes everybody concerned winds
up friends. But under some cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, he added. there may
be a little blood letting.
Wife stealing among northern
American Eskimos was discussed
by Spencer in a bulletin published
by the Smithsonian Institution. He
studied primitive bands who in inhabit
habit inhabit the region between the ice icecovered
covered icecovered Brooks Mountains and the
Arctic oast.

A man who covets a married
women tells his kin. They either
help or try to dissuade him. If
they decide to help, "the woman
simply is dragged off."
Maybe the husband wants his
wife back. If so. he enlists the
help of his kin. This could end in
bloodshed.
But maybe the husband would
rather be paid off. If he is com compensated
pensated compensated for the lost spouse, the
theft becomes a trade. The two
men not only became friends but
from then on share "an interest
in children resulting from either
union."
If a woman connives in her own
abduction, and the husband knows
it, he won't lift a fine-er to det her
back. The "resultant situation
might bp wholly benign" for all
concerned.

Girl Scout Leader
Flies To Hew York
For Training Camp

Itrosr,1.1ellad8eraticliFintSePirmnneeYdial GLicral
Scout Troop 37, left from Tocu Tocumen
men Tocumen Airport Thprsday for Plea Pleasantville,
santville, Pleasantville, N.Y., Where she will
attend the Edith Macy Training
School for Girl Scout adults.
Mrs. Spinney is one of three
leaders sent by the Canal 7.one
CrirliSettO tCptincil to take cours courses.
es. courses. at the training centeft Others
attending are Mrs. E. S. Shipley
and Miss Nellie Holgerson.
Mrs. Spinney and Mrs. Shipley
will study "Outdoor leadership
in Girl Scout Troops and Camps"
in a 10-day session from June 23
through July 2. Later they will
train other leaders in the Zone
so that ,when the new Girl Scout
camp at gitim goes into 4ypera 4yperation
tion 4yperation Dext year there will be- am ample
ple ample leadership.
Mrs. Shipley, who, left for the
States early in June, will stay
for another session from July 7
through 16 to Study program plan,
'ling. She is chairman of the ex executive
ecutive executive board program planning
committee as well as leader of
Coco Solo Troop 58.
Miss Holgerson, leader of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Intermediate Troop, 16. will
leiVe in August for the training
kerkshop course "Adventuring in
the Arts" from Aug. 18 to 27.
leave in August for the training
school. where she will take the
workshop course "Adventuring in
the Arts" from Aug. 18 to 27.

SALES DEAL REACHED
WICHITA, Kans. (UPI) Derby
Refining Co., a division of Color Colorado
ado Colorado Oil and Gas Corp., has ar arranged
ranged arranged to sell tires, batteries and
other automotive accessories of
U. S. Rubber Co. through its re retail
tail retail outlets, the two companies an announced
nounced announced jointly Monday.

White Europeans Flee Homes

As Durban Rioting Spreads

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those inside was not immediateyl
known.
The fighting spread from the
native quarter north of Durban to
the south end. Police carrying
fixed bayonets and automatic
weapons rushed into the trouble
areas.
Thre were unconfirmect reports
that the natives had received
more guns with which to fight
police, .and were using them
against police tear gas attacks.
Huge crowds of natives watched
tb,e Cato Manor battle from van vantage
tage vantage points in the hills surround surrounding
ing surrounding the native quarter.
It was the worst rioting since
proximately'150 persons died in
c ashes between Africans and In Indians
dians Indians in 19Q. Non-whites outnum
ber whites by about threeko-one
in thin city of 500,000 population populationThe
The populationThe new violence was not di directly
rectly directly connected with South Afri Africa's
ca's Africa's apartheid, or racial segrega segregation
tion segregation policies. But observers said
there might be an indirect con connection.
nection. connection. The municipal agencins
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It might, On the other hand,
generate hard feelings. Spencer re reported
ported reported the case of a man who
found his wife's captor asleep and
tied a dog tt, his leg.
This indicated he had the thief
at his rnercY,J but contemptuously
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Departure Plc lures
Seen On NY Screens
Two Hours taler

NEW YORK (UPI) The de departure,
parture, departure, of, Queen Elizabeth II and
Prince,Phi,ltp for Canada was
televised AIWY;American 2 hours
and 21 minutes later.
The industry claimed the one onefilm
film onefilm sequence, which showed a
image of the 'Queen, was a mile.
stone on the road toward eventual
transmission ot live television pro programs
grams programs fromMinywhere in the
world.
The film was transmitted from
London to Montreal over the
transatlantic telephone cable and
then fed by the Canadian Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Co., to' tll,National Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Co., izONe York for re relay
lay relay over the entire 200-station
NBC network.
Flashes of light caused by elec electrical
trical electrical interference on the trans transatlantic
atlantic transatlantic cable occasionally dis distorted
torted distorted the image seen by tele televiewers.
viewers. televiewers. The objects and persons
appeared as if see through a slight
fog, and the action was somewhat
ierky because of a reduction in
the normal number of frames per
second.
'rhe Queen left London Airport
at 8:06 a.m. and the picture
reached television screens in
America at 10:27 a.m.

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TRYINCrThree-year-old Jen JenbY
bY JenbY airtlattOnesses things up
in ndon: The daughter of
ballet dancer Pomo la Hartland
had experimented with mas mascara
cara mascara before trying the lipstick

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This weather report for tba 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today hi
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographio Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
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LAKE ELEVATIONS:
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He said instructions '; Still stand:
that American patro1,10ghts are
to be carried out in a inaaneLthat
is "not provocative.",-4'

idestification of the. nationallt$1
of the attacking planes...But he
said the geography of the, inci incident
dent incident indicates the attack was
made by "irresponsible, jet' tight tighters"
ers" tighters" from the NortifeKorean' air
force.
Mc E !ray, under questioning,
described as "ridiculous" a fur furor
or furor over whether some of the
American planes's guns were
out of action because needed
spare parts were lacking..4,,,,
He repeafed a PentagotOttate PentagotOttatement
ment PentagotOttatement that the guns in question had
been dismantled to make room
for extra reconnaissance gear. Mc
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parts issue "ridiculous, becausel
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WASHINGTON, June 19 (urn,-..- Defense' Secretary Nell Rol
McElroy said yesterday the Communist attack on an Amer lent:
Navy patrol plane over the Sea of Japan will be treated as eteuel
isolated case of "lawless , 144,
He told a news conference that fighter escorts will not best,
ordered fOr filtUrti patrol flighteviulless,there'is-LrepetItion24.
the Redattack. Alk

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McElroy thus rejected the demands of some Congressmen tat:
jet fighters accompany patrol-ilights near Communist countrfert
to prevent a reuurFence of the attalt NIA PIM Meroater Over this,
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at American patrol ,filghts are ,th's world;"' ,
be carried out in a triannetrthat ,,, A Defense Desztnent Omelet
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The defense secretary i.4.tald ,grevt out otBealtley's tongressior
ere still has, been 'Ail
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ROME (UP)rrwo young men:
minahtyan isolated case as of ,,
who saw a ."..coryse" get out. of..
nowand will be treated as sato
a coffinon 'top of a buswerijr,
He matte the statement ,after
from injuries they received whm:
top-level conferences with Navy in a hospital todayrecoverintr
and Defense Department officials.
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onthethebubsns ;oh' te;
The Navy issued the statement tiller hjua
betfveen Rome and the village'd
after Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Fa.)
said he got the impression from
Vice Adm. Wallace Beakley, cilp- Albano. The bus was crowded:Ad:
uty chief of naval operations or one of the passengers salt on'ths:
war readiness, that the Navy was roof, next to a coffin being tans
sending jet fighters to escort pa. ported'drom. ,Rome.',,-When it'',:beij
trol planes on'some flights. galt40-2TitinZJIISAtapenger took'
"Either the admiral misinform- shelter:Inside Allis Coffin. ".,' ,,'
ed us or he doesn't know what he's The two young tnen'then found
talking about," Flood told re- Places on top of the bus as:.the
porters. But he said he wasn't bus continued. They jumped when
blaming Beakley who was, just the coffin opened and the- first
the Navy's "fallguy." bus top rider emerged and est,
"If they are not escorting these ed sleepily whert they were. I
planes, they should be," he said. -'4'''"'"
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another member of the defense
appropriations subcommittee be-
fore which Beakley testified, said
he also got 'the impression the
Navy was escorting its planes. Ife
called the Navy statements "stir- ;
prising" and said perhaps "Con- i'
gresg should step in."
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Communist ettatit on,the Navy:
patrol plane. ',, 4
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been informe&Atthe time that Ito
Marine commander ,,intendedZtti:
send fighter escorts with a va.r
trol flight the same day. But the
official said the flight actuallY
made without an escort.
- 'Under present orders, field
commanders may provide es-4
corts. Jet fighters also may fly rel,s
connaissance duty 'alone, But they I
can stayaloft onlY .,;Telatively!
short time, Usually less than mil
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a coffinon top of a buswerer,
in a hospital todayrecovering.,
from injuries they received when.
they jumped off the bus. --,
It happened on the bus route,
betfveen Rome and the village, ot
Albano. The bus was crowded:Ad:
one of the passengers sat myths,:
roof, next to a coffin being trans
ported drom Rome., When it:beo
gatt.1424rTainz,IliCopenger took'
shelter:Inside .thie foffin.
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places on top of the bus as :Abe
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the coffin opened and the first
bus top rider emerged and ast,
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