This item is only available as the following downloads:
. - ... ... . .. , ... .. ,: ,,,- ,.- ', '-. ., ..- --.. ,. ''' 4- -- '' '- rv .. ,' , ( -.. - ' ,o. i ''', : ;:' ,. ' ', '' '. :,, ; :, .. '. .. -- -,'' .,i- : ,
- - ''.",- . ., -- - 1 - , ''': ". - - - '- r'' 11.1. .'11 - '. - '- -- 1' -- .1- '' I, .4.-I'' .1" '' '. "' ; . -' ,''-., -- ,--, ,- ..",,'' -1, '',. ' :
"- ."',... ,,,,.' ,' ',.'.1. -;;;;;;; r I -,- 1.7 It.. .. .r., 1r , ., A It. ..,, Ar 1, ..4. . . T ''' t
, -. . .
- .' r ,. ,- ,. - .' -,,
. , '; '''. 1
, ,, ...,,,,, Al AA ,, if, ,-, A -A -e; 1,0.,
. ) ;4
:- MORE-TOURIST- FLITES
- iii . ., ,,
- ,,,-F.:-;-- --:1-10MEWARD VIA ,
littlf --, Throughout the world
.. t 4
...It ,-, ',',-., -,, .
' : morepeople buy
',. 1 1.
' ' ''' "". .f. .. ''''.. All, INDEPENDENT '...... of ilk DAILY NEWSPAPER Se0.1311M-59 Os .,
-, 4 A I -,---..,'
, ,,,,;, parr 11 0 1
. s Snottily
'4.- t 0 -.. vi 7
than any other ..o. .....
. ,41,11, ;
' A .. r
V A 11111111.
a I imporied whisky.
., 7,..... J k.. ks,-- -.de- .4 "Let the people know the triah and the COUlltry is sale" Abraham Lincoln
r T T. -A
PANAMA, R P, MONDAY, JUNI 21, HMI
f4lb TEAR. t:.'-',-..,,',7',,:r ' Mit CENTS
. -,. -, . ,
. . ,...
ice ''':'l:7'Wh.l.' :, ...
Yo uths 5-11".)e
491111 rig r. ',gook 01,- 0
e....,, oilt itt re re.tom solkel ft
Pi 1 i.. ri 11 ...9 ...
Get;'..4.if:. Ft' Rape
tour-vvntTe rourns Ify) , ....
Get- Life: For Rape
L ari'll... a ups LositiFfo
byvtElfal via 7
Elllir 0 41 S
...,r v e rs See, 3
, 1G Warfare'
TALLOISStE, Fla., June 22 (1.41)-Four white oviet
youths' Con171ciatratIthe rape of a Negro college tbed 4.
, , ,,,. ,.
were sentenced. today to life imprisonment. ,
, ..... ...,.
The youths;...ranging in age from 16 ,to 24, were 7
, - R e ae- ,
convicted ol'ittiitligilitia.girt from her Negrodate on the , k.'
, y Rebel
night ofS,F,400egt xpting formaLdancearitt.raping her ,.. S 0 1.0ns ,,,,,
seven Iiiiiis';'Iiiii luri.ieiiiiriMiiided -titirCy, without
vihich tba- iwouid hive.,been required to give them As Remo! e,
the death-penalty. -1-:,.: -, 0 ,.
Circuit Judge W. May Walker pronounced sentence WASHINGTON, bine-IS:Le' CUM- Congrem was told today
Heifer To Discuss Fruitless
there is a "real possibility" the Russians would use germ warfare A
i t h o ucai ogxtnhpe err ci eent-1 feoi oedpf.r. lonoefi ndpt ghdi eorotcfui aant 1 hpi oyer ebtecs aaee ssrdevt eel npra tsonenesdaa amtwtr ocliGfi tcfati cati euni noac imht. :craw icankl ids.:
at 9:44 a.,m. and, the yoirths were immediatelY whisked against the United States if a world conflict ever broke out.
off to the state prison at Raiford. Members of the House Science and Space Committee were
. warned that long-range enemy missiles could contaminate Amer- Geneva Parley Tomorrow
, They are Patrick Scarborough, 20, Willon T. Cot- ican cities with deadly bacteria. ftf Fir ).
tineworth, 23, 011ie, Stoutamihs, 16, and David Beagles, Maj. Gen. Marshall Stubbs, chief Army -Chemical Officer, told
. . the group in a closed-door session-that the Soviets already have 0
Wa' SHINGTON, Jittle 22 (UPI) the deadlock when the conference one Panama' shipping expert sharply criticized Canal ad-
. ,. "openly stated" that the next wai will see the use of- biological 4
The.-yoirtifs were convicted June 15' after a four weapons.
ministration which let the situation arise. ; i
, fields is not just limited to the -Secretary of State Christiah A. resumes.
day trial. The Soviete are conducting "in- nuesianse, he said, "but is also Herter announced after an hour- The Russians, however, appear appearstramfaffnCy.itatisS
stramfaffnCy.itatisS appearstramfaffnCy.itatisS 31)6envnesSsOehiseelaVadatyhOtfh'dertiSeahitaavetrab-en'eS' int e
Unt14-the 'Verna:of the jury's conviction, the Judge tensive" research and develop- of aetive concern to Red China long conference with President Ets- ed spniewhat pleased with the Gen GenreCOrRdeSCOTO
reCOrRdeSCOTO GenreCOrRdeSCOTO age
-- o ment in chemical and germ and the satellite nations." enhower 'today that he will make a eve results. The' Soviet govern- irl
could haviimpese,d sentences anywheee from a few years warfare, the general said. "The civilian population is being television report to the American ment newspaper lzvestia said the
"Communist interest in these tratned in defense," he said, "and people tomorrow night on the dead. conference succeeded in narrowing setiethaedrilyengdroowing pile-ups of ships anchored ni htl .' t
f the ranal awaiting pilots and transit ciearto-
life. No white person ever has been sent to the chair
the military and civilian equip- locked Geneva conference. down East-West differences over g 1 a
for raping a Negro In Florida, but 37 Negroes have paid ment is of excefient quality." Herter met with Eisenhower and Berliti and had a "definite positive
that price for-assaulting white women 'during the past Sttubbs said the "deep late- Undersecretary C. Douglas Dillon significance." It said the stalled once, ,,,
.,, .. ,,,., rest" of the Russians indicates on- at an 8 cm. White House break- conference laid a "good basis for
Shipping authorities in and out of th- e. Canal Z'one:- i
say that the transit delay now averaging more than 24- I
25 years. .,,
,,,, epoetritngio HEeisesnahiodwheirs fwirasst agreement."
, Working Capital
they actually plan to do so if ea lif aa snt d rme
logical warfare and that couched "in general terms" and: Before flying back to moscow hours per vessel are costing shipowners millions of dol-'
tars in lost o 1.
Saturday Fire Routs Two Up In ist Quarter theer advantage."
Stubbs said th army watos included an evaluatien of "where from Geneva yesterday, Soviet
we are" in the deadlocked foreign Foreign Minister Andrei Gromvko
ministers negotiations at Geneva, called on the West to take an 'ob.get-out-of-ilerlinPrpposals.
l WASHINGTON (UPI) Corpo- conducting an "unrelenting ef- Most modern ocean-going car- the super-carriers, but all other
jective aPproach'a to the Kremlin
lieAble scheduler, eatelpensate the Canal," theashipping exPert exPertF
F exPertF a min ,tes..from..Curundu rations increased their working fort" to work out defenses against Reporters asked Herter whet
capital by $2,600,000,000 -in Alm satin attacks. "We cannot afford he, thought of prospects forea These prenesen ,-boil down to ire ships op,eenteeektag tightest commercial shipping utilizing
-, .. first quarter of 1959, lome ''"100 to be too little and too lateat lie Summit meeting this summer. what the W t 0 'd
es c nsi ers an Wilma- for high wagewand 'operating said.
million dollars less than the gain said. The secretary declined to hazard tum to get out of West Berli
n in 18 costs now prevailing. Shipping Balboa Heights officlaie have.
Canal Dent -firemen stleceeefully were gutted on the second floor of in the fourth quarter of 1958, the an estimate, but said a Summit months. experts say this is particularly also peeked to the critical pilot
limited aeblatte Iteeteetirivoree of a the Brett apartment, only water cording to the Securities sod Ex-, conference. was not discussed true of large tankers and super- shortage as another reason for
Curundu divillingegatMelayeavem and smoke damage apparently change Cemmission. Pieces Of F it
o une with tho Russians at oil during' carriers whose "milk r u n" the tie-uo
, but mote than one
' ing, ijSaaearalltaVarthhelleeetaltd Wassufiered on the first floor and Meanwhile, corporations also tha Genova talks. Sku f 11 i
ler a s 0011 schedules often require them to shipowner has asked why the
-Away. tifire,'atarted 'abeittaa), in the adjoining apartment-of Mr. hwested 0,600,000,00C in plant. 1 oso ti ...rolieu. i This wag in line with Eiesnhow- be in and out of a load port in shortage was not anticipated
' filiaaellitie agyean ,a-,,ebefirbote. of andelars James E. eYoung. The andeetquipment, Oaring the three t V agi ,,i ,. ..
,,,p ipliv repeate ,d publia pollinate taret Diyinrii, m f..,,,,,..,
severai yearinamene --, e
04.41 e eleteneaupie(fetaatead ligutaeagetneeinodates'etevii-a faint- monthantioldeelettieee4fothereeete'mtia, e,..- : e'enteee -,e-,,e,,e. ,,.... re Teriarlifeloantelerttlietirettle ',:, v s r- ,,,,,,,.,-,-r,,...,.,..,,,,,...,,,,,,,t4,, 1, trowea300,74-famazitiv-z?-41
toilitath Id '4"111-L7--
7 ,,,,.. -- -,. , dollar 'inice: allaigs. ''-: t ,set .''''''-'5-' 7tha i is ere
leafily a( etarlos et, Brety'a .4,-; NeL, ,:, 114PP $ d)er i n I p utIonguo' t- ,, progress ,ita fore In min t ,, i ;baring 'arie Wale-ail conga- 10 a has alwait 'been a sioWitrid '. .L.
ian eMplcitee of Albrook Air Farce .. ,, More 'than 80-per eent of th conference as a preliminrwy to any 0 ,, tion which has built up during tedious process and even after
Baste ''' ., 0, In charae of firefighting Pere- combined expansion of 11,800,. top-level meeting of the major niy Tears OW es
h the past ten days, Canal ill- being hired new pilots must ,,
Mrs. Brett told hitestigators tions WaS Capt.' R. W. Wheeler 000,0e0 was financed from inter- Bob ,- s. . powers, cials ,have said that super-car- spend one year training efor b
that she law smoke' coining from the Canal Zeme Fire Division. nal sources depreciatiOn accruile 31CLalle, in American rest- Heater was said to feel that Ru riers have aggravated the situa- their difficult and specialized
dent' of Panama City, let out a t. WELINGTON New Z e a an It
imder the bedroom ,aloset door, Mrs. Brett's burns were treated and retained earnings,ethe report .00 st saes tactic to bring the West to a I d enn since these giant tankers jobs.
wn p of joy ye erday mormng Cliffor
When she opened the: door, flames at the fire scene. Both the Brett !aid. Summit meeting was to "frighten', (UPI) d Lawrention, 29, and ore-carriers, some as large
rolled, outeeShe-nustained, minor family, inducting: five children, Holdings of .an sena e, a to
oe 1 "v.. e. when an excited. radio announcer fell more than 500 feet over lee as Normal schedulin
e the West at the foreign ministers . 40,000 tons, must be handle g aeigns pt ,.
- reptorted that thee-Ara priz f ,,,
burns en ,her left bated When she and the Yinmgs, with Otie child, ernment securities : dropaed t- Y
16- yeeterda 's 1 tter d wi e level instead of 'negotiating there. age rocks down the side of a with great caution through the lots a one way transit on eitefe,
apparently attempted to pull out have moved. to temporara quart- 1,500,000,000 from the Cec. 31 ,,e, e, a .,. P Y, re ng was The forthcoming eolsit to Wash- mountain and escaped with a Gaillard Cut. Canal procedure. nate days but traffic has berth,
burning dresses anctetried to put ers. Young is employed by the level to $53,800,000,000 by the end plaab et which McLane, had, two ,ington of Feel R. Koslov, deputy broken rib and abrasions, it was requa.es that these ships pass so heavy most pilots have been
out the gamete, kner-Americen Geodetic SUI.- of March. mem
: chairman of the USSR Council of reported yesterday. thte Cut singly,' curing daylight transiting two, three and in
, vey, Fort Clayton. The ratio of these two assets McLane: who was spending the mi
resters, also was likely to be While trying to recover a ski, hours, and stipulates they can- some cases even four consecu
Quicldy ,she took ber children to current liabilities, a rough weekend in El Valle with' his fa- discussed. Koslov could be the Lawrenson slipped over the sheer not be passed in either direc- tive days.
outdoors and called to a neighbor, jam extinguishers were re- measure of corporate liquidity mily, didn't wait to hear anymore channel for now Soviet overtures ice face of Skipper's Gull on Mt. tion. Pilots themselves ques t i o n
A. W. Piaiae to teleplione, the flee ved from individual family dipped to 43 Per cent hY the end He immediately decided he would el eh f 1 e 1 i i Ruapehli and tumbled downward. how long such a severe strain ',
w i e orma ore gn m n '-
division. - -
, quarters in 1957,-58 to protect re- of March compered to 46 per cent celebrate his good fortune drink- tors conference was in recess. During the fall, he struck and An unusual number of the can be maintained.
- In response to the alarm, r r,
, r, -13' talents fronialtleiag ptedless risks at the end of 1958. ' ,, Mg a' bottle of brandy with a few bounced over two 40-foot high super-ships have reached the
noslov As scheduled to meet One shipping authority gild
gine Comapnies No. '1 and 5 of and to -Comply with Army reguia- Weeds and acquaintances. with both the President and Herter bluffe, Panama Canal during the past he could foresee no garde) .,
Balboa and No. 11 from Corozal tions which forbid extinguishers cm' A short while. afterwardx, while d e, .t. Atreseue party had to cut steps week. improvement here except by
were dispatched. Companies Nos. in quarters when an organized ivil War Vet 116 the bottle was being consumed, urine is vat
Unless Koslov has something in the ice wall to reach Lawren- placing full operational con-
1 and 11 proved ettifietent to 11.4 fire department is available, an r r arta much to MeLane's disappoint- ,, new son and bring him out by stretch- But a Panama shipping ex- trol of the Canal in civillaa
to offer, U.S. exports felt
out the fire,' A,nny spokesm,an :said. inent, someone eame in to Vicen- en His clothes were in shreds pert said today the aperation- hands.
' Although the' two- bedrooms Recovering, Despite hence' were dim for a break in
te Greco's to report that .the first : e and only his face was unmarked. al panie caused by,super-car- Primary operational contrOt of ,t,
' ' h tt
Untramed people w o a enipt prize, was really 1356 and that the Officials at the T a u m a r unui riers arrivals is a leading the Panama Canal is vested ein 1.
to fight a fire take too much risk 111 first reports by the amwouncer had Jb Ilia el 'I Hospital reported his condition as symptom of poor Canal ad- the Marine Director and the
IAN nommanon satisfactory. ministration. Balboa and Cristobal Por. Cap-
Coast Guard Urges,. oplaimniury. rppe(r)ssosinblewhdoeatidilsehoeveerits- ness And Age been erroneous.
McLane's couldn't believe ears. tains. All three of these key jobs ',
. Th- E 1
'Clipphig' e nsign
e a fire in a house shotdd imme- HUSTON, Tex. (UPI) Wal- But a further check finally con condiately
diately condiately call the fire. department, ter Williams, the. Civil War's last vinced him that he had missed the
To Be' Personably I
Baby s Body Found "Failure to provide a work workable
able workable system for handling of are now held by U.S. Naval
officers, usually assigned ..on
leave the building and depend living veterant it the egt of 115, first prize by one number. large vessels not only penalizes three-year duty tours. Under
on expert fire,men to handle the showed alittle improvementeYea- Contest: Javits Floating In Lake them are carried out the cal calteal
teal calteal function of scheduling and
dispatching for. Canal transit.
In Respect To ueen blaze, he said. terday in. his tw
pneumonia. 0-week fight with ei
lc en s s
i li 1 Studv
, The water type extinguishers "He's a little better than lie was
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPI) New Firm Plans
, Chief criticism leveled against
MILWAUKEE, Wis (UPI). which had been located in quart- yesterday," Dr. Russell Wolfe 14 By Dredging Crew this system is that while assign-The
U.S. Coast Civard is urging ers (luring past years were consi- said after examinipg him. "He eans 01 Defecting
- -Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.)
said today he believes any Nix- ed Naval officers may be ad adGreat
Great adGreat Lakes raariners to mind dered too heavy for many people still has some 'fever, but no Shot In Arm For ministratively able, they come
'on-Rockefeller battle for the Balboa police disclosed today
-their manners while Queen Ell- to handle, especially women, chills." here relatively unacquain t e d
zabeth is chasing through the the spokesman stated. He po'eted Williams' olde'st ion Bud, who nuclear Explosions 1960 Republican presidential no- that the unidentified body of a fe femination
mination femination will be oased more on male infant has been recovered e with complicated Canal opera operaSt.
St. operaSt. Lawrenee SeawaY out that most people cannot be is, 83, paid him a Father's DaY Panama Tourism tional procedure and by the
personalities than issues. from Caimitillo Lake, at a point
The Coast,Guard has sent no- expected to successfully fight a visit. Two of hie,,deughteei also time they have learned their
tices to all ahiPe ailing on the fire because they lack proper train visited him. lie.13 -at the hOme ef GENEVA, June 22 (UPI) ,-- Javits made the remark in a dia nail across Gaillard High Highb
b Highb 'd t I New g Y Ad job they are ready for reaseign-
'Great Lakes concerning the vis- nig. all
other daughter, airseWillie Mae U.S. British and Russian scientists television roa cas or way from the ,entrance to the Chi- .vance plans for a new launch
ment or retirement,.
it to North Atnerica,of Britain's , Bowles. today began a weeklong study of Ycrk station. va Chive Trail. service to Taboga Island, as well
Only a small part of the trail trailyoung
young trailyoung (Well and her consort, The other daughters. are Mrs. means to detect high altitude nu- However, he said Vice Piresi- as tentative arrangements for
Prince Philip. ACLU Advocates Lola T
Bell Daugherty of, Houston, clear explosions. The United dent Richard M Niece Lkely he body, a a w rn
th t of ne bo other tourist aervice on
the Istin fic jam has been attributed to
single lane operation at Gatun I
the child was discovered b Dre mus were announced today bv
z of States was expected to supply would be identified with y dg .
' The notice suggest' t h at and Mrs. Beatrice Bielamowie - Locks where w r-conv
po e ersion
Great Laken sailors bbserve the F Baytown, Tex., The son drove to moet of the answers. conservatives and New York ing Dvision workers as they the International Tourist Corpora-
wore aas been la. progress.
aancient ceremony" of "dipping ederal Policing Huston from Wheelock, Tex. The experts hope to report in ,a Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller with worked along the lake's edge. one tion, a new firm recently organ organCanal
Canal organCanal authorities announced
he three- wer di lama. the liberals "in the popular of them noticed the infant's feet ized. by a 'group ot American and
,their ensigns", when the royal Mrs. Bowles staid there was no week to t po p
this !welling that the East 't;
yacht passes, observance for Father's Day. She be conference here winch is trying mind. extending from a cloth bundle European investors.
that the practice of "dipping of tabor Unions
- said they all Just visited with to work out a treaty outlawing He said both of them have, floating on the water. Lane at Gatun has now been ,.
returned to servint and ihe
ea a tanned
nuclear weapons test esplosions shown "very interested modern' The bundle, lined inside with The Taboga servi p
The Coma Guard. explains Williams, who recognized tham West Lane-next on the sched- 1
, All this week the scientists will tendencies." portions of a Spanish language for November, or about the same
the ensign" does not refer' to ell. ule for power conversion-wat ''
dousing a ship's officer. Dipping WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e Williams was taken from under meet in the mornings and the di- "I think both men will be ac- newspeper, was turned over to time the island hotel now ueder
be kept open at ieast, uria.t nea
the erisign means lowering the American Civil Liberties Union an oxygen tant early yesterday. plomatics in the afternoon. cepted as pretty much middle- Gorges Hospital by police au- coestruction is- completed, a firm
' ship's flag to half mast. ACLU reversed a long-standing but was put under it for brief' A similar scientific conference of-the-road by most PeoPle ard thorities. PrenminarY examine. spokesman said. New "Ague "AgueBut
But "AgueBut autho it 'I '''rl
les also expresso?, ,,
policy yesterday and called for eriods during the day to hilp him ended last sum,mer with a report that the main struggle will be tion showed that a hand towel Vien" launches equipped with air
d bt th t tr
ou a he extra Mee woul ,, 4
federal legislation to protect the reP st earlier. that resulted in starting the test upon personality, upon who can had been tightly knotted around conditioning, radio-telephone aod t
, firs. Margarel Morris rights of rank-and-file union Mem Members.
bers. Members. The old veteran complained ban treaty cenference Oct. al
Saturday of headaches and chills. The scientist will meet in se- to that," he said.--
win u n latform if it comes the infant's nee
, Po t) k.
The child is believed to be white other modern conveniences v.i'l
leave Balboa every half hour. do much to epeeci traffic.
Meanwhile, the backlog has
, The ACLU urged Congress to Williams has been bedfast at cret, end by mutual agreement ;arils said many Republicans and had not been dead more than The new firm also is piann
ins been building Up steadily until :
' .31, Dies la Hospital include a union "bill d eights"
in any labor reform legislation sin Mrs. Bowles' hOme for three
years. She will, not iseue any report on their feel a Nixon-Rockefeller or a a day or two.
feeds him strained project until they have compieted Ro:kefeliet Nixon combination Both Canal Zone and Panama construction of a hotel on the San last night 28 ships rode at an-
enece chor at Balboe or Cristobal
Bias Islands, and launch s ,,
, ,, proved this year. body food and- soft scrembi
ed the study. would be a "dream tieket." police are investigating. to the island chain. Harbor waiting their turn to go e
through the Big Ditch.
Mrs. idargaret. Morris, wife ot eggs for breakfast. ---- - - - -----
John D. MOrria, manager of the But, declaring that any govern- Excursions on the Isthmus and --- .e
United Fruit Company office in ment intervention was a "neces- re. ali methods of travel arrange- ADD
Colon, died late Sanday night at sary evil,','. the organization rec- L.)iablo Cameramen GOP Senators Agree: Ike Should Take
me. will also be provided be aez.
COco Solo Hospital after a lona ommended moderate regulation . ilse corporation. ,
illness. She was 137. before "more extensive and T
o View Science Hospitahzes L,i'
Ber conditionbecame, critical drastic controls are imposed." His Policies. Directly To The People Price Of Date Is Press Sec. Hagerty ..x
, while she was en,route from The bill of rights provision h d
Film On T Ors ay
, :-New York to' Panama: aboard written into a Senate-passed la- ; ,
wAsHINcrroN June 22 (UPI) if be put it in concrete, pack- dent would be the GOPs best One Year In Jail,
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UM :.:e
-the 88 Elan- Jose-She was met bor reform bill now pending in .the Members of the Diablo Camera Re bli
senators are et- a a" ; I r
'. b tiMbulance, when the Vila House -, turned organized labor club and their guests will' see the .1 Ptilt "nth 1 gre ge 1 salesman. -White House Press Secrelar
,00 For Negro Ja mes C. Hagerty entered Waite, is
-docked at Cristobal Saturday against the legislation. AFL-CIO
' ,and was taken to the bosDital. and other labor officials charge
. Tentative ,:funeral,e',arrange- the 'proposals would hamstring u- lateet in Bell science films on
Thursday evening at the- club au auditorium
ditorium auditorium in Diablo Heights. The
, Inents ari.'for, Wedbesday or Mon &fairs, and 'permit com- film, entitled "Gateways to the
Thureday at ,Holy Family, Church munists and troublemakers be mime, is another seimitifie ,exiito ,exiito.in
.in ,exiito.in margarItt.'; TheUlnilv has take over.. ration in photography ng w h en us asm the pro- Dirksen said a proposed per- Javits and Keating, appear- a
posal by GOP National Chair- sonal campaign by the Presi- ing on separate New York state
MAUI Thruston B Morton that dent had been diecussed with radio-TV shows, agreed. There Reed Army Hospital today for al
MOBILE, Ala. (UPI) A 16- appendicitis operation to be pen
President Eisenhower make a Eisenhower by GOP Congres- have been hints that the Presi- year.old Negro wag sentenced to formed this afternoon.
vigorous, neitionel appeal to the sional leaders. But Dirksen said dent alre e o
ady has maee etatis one year in jail and fined $200 Mrs. Anne Wheaton, .Assocatte ..., 1
into ma ms peoPle on. behalf 01 hie policies. -it is a decision the President for eeveial talks anu,, I Ce for trying to make a date with a Press Secretary, said HagertY el
requested that no 'flowers be In reverrang its seven Year of the extraordianry, Senate Republi e a n leader Will have to make." country, hut he tlict at, his last wl-ite woman. suffered some symptoms over the ('
-Sent". bat -' Maeda ,that tontri- stand against i government regu- Fiftal plane will be. minottneed Everett M. Dirksen (III.) said he Sens. Ja.00b X. Javits and' news confe r e n c e there was Theodore E. Harris of Prich- weekend His doctors decided -on e
lenstione be -Made, hititead:to the lation, of emion internal affairs, at the rpeeting for ttie clubs pho
- Caneer Iruncleeeeee e.., ,' ACLU -added that it did not whol- tographic field trip to Miami from had the fond hope" that Eisen- Kenne
heaver would take the adminis- Preaident could do a
th B. Keating said the, nothing definite about it
lot to help' ard, Ala., waS also placed on two an operation after he still was tia e:.
, ",",, Besides bet ehusbande Mrs. ly support any of the labor re- July 2.5. The excursion will be tration's case for its anti-infla- get his foreign aid, civil rights Keating said the time had Circuit
elttorris la elinirtived be, a son. form proPosals Ittei,V ,before Con- the club's first journey to the tion propoeals to the people. , and other proposal throu comfortable this morning. t ,.
Judge Kenner Baxley Hagerty's hospitalization .Will
gh come for the. president, to go disallowed appeals by the boy prevent his aecompanying Presi :
I ;John D. Jr., 3, het parents. Mr. gress States. Congress if he followed Morton's before the people with "a clear from city charges of disorderly dent Eisenhower to Canada ',ilia-- e
and Mrs. Cornelia& Shea of NeW Since 1952. the ACLU portal Several eightseeing trips see "He ill alWaye front page," advice and carried his case to and forceful expianatinn of woe conduct and resisting arrest on day for the formal opening ot the '.i
. Tont and .s, Mater,' Ws. Frank has been that unions were capse planeed includiat a Welt ta the Dirksen lid YeSterdaY, "and he the peoPle. Morton, also a sen- action is neceasary" on hie pro- the technical grounds Harris St. Lawrence Seaway with Quell '", ,i
, ,,Grely of New Yorke bat of ;acing themseiven famous Soaquanum. would get ti respectful hearing ator, said last week the Fred- posals. failed to post zn appeal bond. Elizabeth IL
-', -, , ,, , , , , ,, .,
, . a ,S,'',,e, el
.17 ,:t, e ,e..,', ,e,. .a".e-,,,e, ,.., '., te'' e, ". ie 41 .,
-1 ,, ... ., .',.1:,'.'',' : : ,,
1 '',' Z.'.:,'",';',, :,.'s--,.,,Z1 ,,:,,,,X;,,",,,,,,,' ,.1:,..:,., 4,....sz,..w. ,,,,, ;,,i - 4' ',, y' -'-'; ., ,' ''' ', :, '. '' - .,.. 41:: 1 1
, ,,,- ,
,0,...,c, ..;.,:,,,,,,..,44.,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,A4m,.....4.4.1,'-00,44.44,....-4.'40...1.4i44,.1-.,,,-.6-',..',- ..
TALLAilASSEE. Fla., June 22 (UPI)--Four white
- crof th
youths conylete rape of a Negro college tb-ed
were sentenced today to life imprisonment.
The youtlia;ringing in age from 16 ,to 24, were
convicted of ''taktigLihe.,girt from:11er Negrodate on the
night ofSeFiAlige ;piing-join"- at dance'', an it raping her
seven The fury, re6i)inmeiicted infircy, without
thaiiidgi:u;ould havibien required to give them
Circuit Judge W. May Watker pronounced sentence
at 9:44-a.m.- arold the youths were' immediatelY whisked
off to the state prison at Raiford.
They are Patrick Scarborough, 20, Willon T. Col Coltinoworth,
tinoworth, Coltinoworth, 23, 011ie Stputanlihs, 16, and David Beagles,
18. : :
The.-yotrtifs were convicted June 15' after a four
Undet-the lerms of.the jury's convictio7, the judge
could havi impeetd sentences anywhere from a few years
te life. No white person ever has been sent to the chair
for raping a Negro In Florida, but 37 Negroes have paid
that price forassaulting white women 'during the past
Saturday Fire Routs Two
Fa From Curundu
Canal Zone -firemen successfully
limited a,biali 1tt...tWtt rtooMe of a
Curundu $ittintsy raven,-
tog, uvrAtms, tribbeV1,110d
-,t0day. itifirs started 'alsept.:9
,,ralis,, flay in ,a..,bettbont of
laniilY oftgarlOtilA. BrettCetvitt
ian employee of Albrook Air Force
Mrs. Brett told ,investigstors
that she saw smoke' coining from
imder the bedroonu closet door.
Whin she opened the door, flames
rushed,. out,Sho-oustained, minor
burns on ,ber left ,hand When she
apparently attempted to ptgl out
burning dresses andtried to put
out the tames,
Quicldy she took ber children
outdoors and called to a neighbor,
A. W. Piaia,, to telephone the fire
In response to the alarm, En Engine
gine Engine Comapoies No. and 5 of
Balboa and No. 11 from Corozal
were dispatched. Companies Nos.
1 and 11 proved sufficient to put
out the fire;
' Adthough 'tlio two- bedrooms
Coast Guard Urges.
'Dipphig Th Ensign'
In Respect To Queen
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPD.
'The U.S. Coast Guard Is urging
Great Lakes raariners to mind
their manners while Queen Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth is critising through the
St. La IMMO Seaway.
The Coast Guard has sent no notices
tices notices to all ships sailing on the
-Great Lakes concerning the vis visit
it visit to North Ainerica of Britain's
young (Wen and her consort,
The notice suggests that
Great Lakes sailors Observe the
'"ancient ceremony" of "dipping
their ensigns" when the royal
that the practice of "dipping
The Coast Guard explains
the ensign" does not refer. ,to
dousing a ship's officer. Dipping
the ensign means lowering the
ship's flag th half mast.
firs. Margarel Morris
31, Dies la Ho' spital
Mrs. Margaret Morris, wife of
John D. MOTI8, manager of the
United Fruit Company office in
Colon. died late SUndav night at
Coco Solo Hospital after a lona
Illness. She was I37.
Her condition became critical
, while she was en,,route from
-New York to Panama,' aboard
, the SS San Jose. She was met
b ambulance when the shit)
...docked at Cristobal Saturdav
,and was taken to the hospital.
Tentative funeral '..'arrange '..'arrangetnents
tnents '..'arrangetnents are '" or, Wedilesdav or
. Thursday at ,Holy Family. Church
In Margarltit.'; me: Wully has
requested that no flowers be
'Sent but auggeste ;that oontri oontri'rations
'rations oontri'rations be aiads instead:to the
'.. Besides het husband,' Mrs.
:Morris is survived by a son,
John D. Jr., 3, her parents, Mr.
,and Mrs. Cornelius Shea of New
.York, and a mister, mr8. Fro
Grealy of New York.
were gutted on the second floor of
the Brett apartment, only water
and smoke damage apparently
was suffered on the first floor and
the adjoining apartment of Mr.
vid-,,,Mrs. James E. joung. The
In charge' of firefighting opera operations
tions operations was Capt.' R. W. Wheeler
the Canal Zone Fire Division.
Mrs. Brett's burns were treated
at the fire scene. Both the Brett
family, including' five children,
and the YOungs with bile child,
have moved. to 'temporary quart quarters.
ers. quarters. Young is employed by the
Inter-American Geodetic Sur Survey,
vey, Survey, Fort Clayton.
Fire extinguishers were re remtved
mtved remtved from individual family
quarters 1951-58 to protect re relidents
lidents relidents tramilaiiin needless risks
and to 'Comply with Army reguia reguiations
tions reguiations which forbid extinguishers
in quarters when an organized
fire. department is available, an
Army spokesman said.
Untrained people who attempt
to fight a fire take too much risk
of injury or possible death, he ex explained.
plained. explained. A person who discovers,
fire in a house shoidd imme immediately
diately immediately call the fire. department,
leave the building and depend
on expert firemen to handle the
blase, he said.
The water type extinguishers
which had been located in quart quarters
ers quarters during past years were consi considered
dered considered too heavy for many people
to handle, especially women,
the spokesman stated. He po'-led
out that most people cannot be
expected to successfully fight a
,fire because they lack proper train
Of tabor Unions
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
American Civil Liberties Union
ACLU reversed It long-standing
policy yesterday and called for
federal legislation to protect the
rights of rank-and-file union Mem Members.
bers. Members. The ACLU urged Congress to
include a union "bill of rights"
in any labor reform legislation aP aPproved
proved aPproved this year.
But, declaring that any govern government
ment government intervention was a "neces "necessary
sary "necessary evil.'t the organization rec recommended
ommended recommended moderate regulation
before, ."more extensive and
drastic controls are imposed."
The bill of rights provision
written into a Senate-passed la labor
bor labor reform bill now pending in the
House turned organized labor
against the legislation. AFL-CIO
and other labor officials charge
the proposals would hamstring u
nion &fairs. and permit com communists
munists communists anti troublemakers ti)
In reveriing its seven year
stand igainst lovemment regu regulation.
lation. regulation. of Ainion internal affairs,
ACLU Added, that it did not whol wholly
ly wholly support any of the labor re reform
form reform proposals now before Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Since 1952. the ACLU position
has been that unions were copse.
We of policing thomsolvec
"Let the people
oups Costing Mi 11110111i'
Soviet 'Germ Warfa
Rea y Relief
Possioie, Soions Hear
, As Remote
WASHINGTON, Jtine-22 :-' (UPI) Congress was told today
there is a "real possibility" the Russians would use germ warfare
against the United States if a world conflict ever broke out.
Members of the House Science and Space Committee were
warned that long-range enemy missiles could contaminate Amer American
ican American cities with deadly bacteria.
Maj. Gen. Marshall Stubbs, chief Army -Chemical Officer, told
the group in closed-door session that the Soviets already have
"openly stated" that the nest wai will see the use of biological
The Soviets are conducting "in "intensive"
tensive" "intensive" research and develop development
ment development in chemical and germ
warfare, the general said.
"Communist interest in these
Up In ist Quarter
WASHINGTON (UPI) Corpo Corporations
rations Corporations increased their working
capital by $2,600,000,000 ,in
first quarter of 1959, lome '100
million dollars less than the gain
in the fourth quarter of 1958, the
cording to the Securities and Ex Exchange
change Exchange Commission.
Meanwhile, corporations also
hivested $5,600,000,000 in plant
and equipment,, Owing ,the three,
More than 80 1)er eent of the
comibined expantion of 1,800.-
000,000 was financed from inter-1
nal sources depreciation accruala
and retained earnings,qbe report
Holdings of cash lout -U.S. gov government
ernment government securities' dropPed P- by,
1,500,000,000 from the Cec. 31
level to $53,800,000,000 by the end
of March. 1
The ratio of these two assets
to current liabilities, a rough
measure of corporate liquidity
dipped to 43 per cent by the end
of March compered to 46 per cent
at the end of 1958. -
Civil Vat' Vet 116
Illness And Age
last vinced himbythaotnehenhuamdbemri.ssed the
HUSTON, Tex. (UPI) wal- But a further check finally can canter
ter canter Williams, the, Civil War's
living veterant it the sge of 115, first prize
showed a little improvement,-Yesterday
in. his two-week fight with
"He's a little better than be was
yesterday," Dr. Itussell Wolfe
said after examining him. "He Means 01 Defecting
still has grime 'fever, but no
Williams' oldest ion, Bud, wile nuclear Explosions
is 83, paid him a Father's DRY
visit. Two of irli, daughters also
visited him. Ile,rs.at .the heme of GENEVA, June 22 (UPI)
another daughter, Yrs.:Willie Mae U.S. British and Russian scientists
Bowles. today began a weeklong study of
The other daughters are Mrs. means to detect high altitude nu nuLola
Lola nuLola Bell Daugherty of Houston, clear explosions. The United
and Mrs. Beatrice Bielamowicz of States was expected to supply
Baytown, Tex., The son drove to most of the answers.
Huston from Wheelock, Tex. The experts hope to rep4rvrt in ,a
Mrs. Bowles said there was no week to the three-power dipluma diplumaobservance
observance diplumaobservance for Father's Day. She tic conference here which is trying
nuclear weapons test esplosions
said they all just visited with to work out a treaty outlawing
Williams, who recognized theor
Lit. MI this week the scientists will
Williams was taken from under meet in the mornings and the di dian
an dian oxygen tant early yesterday. plomatics in the afternoon.
mer with a report
ended last sum
but was put under it for brief I A similar scientific conference
periods during the day to hilp him
rest easier. that resulted in starting the test
The old veteran complained ban treaty conference Oct. 31
Saturday of headaches and chills. The scientist vill meet in se seWilliams
Williams seWilliams has be,en bedfast at cret, and by mutual agreement
Mrs. Bowles' home for three will not issue any report on their
years. She feeds him strained Project until they have compieted
body food and soft scrambled the study.
eggs for breakfast.
To View Science
Film On Thursday
Members of the Diablo Camera
Club and their guests will see the
latest in Bell science films on
Thursday evening at the-club au
ditorium in Diablo Heights. The
film, entitled "Gateways to the
Mind," is another scientific explo exploration
ration exploration in photography into realms
of the extraordiancy,..
Final, plans will be announced
at the meeting for ttie clubs pho
tographic field trip to Miami from
July 2-5. The excursion will be
the club's first journey to the
Several sightseeing trips ore
planned including a Welt to the
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R P, MONDAY, JUNI 22, 1959
fields is not just limited to the
Russians," he said, "but is also
of active concern to Red China
and 'the satellite nations."
"The civilian population is being
trained in defense," he said, "and
the military and civilian equip equipment
ment equipment is of excellent quality."
Sttubbs said the "deep late late'rest"
'rest" late'rest" of the Russians Indicates on only
ly only one tbing"that they will take
the initiative in waging chemical
and biological warfare and that
they actually plan to do so if is to
Stubbs said the LT.& army was
conducting an "unrelenting ef effort"
fort" effort" to work out defenses against
such. attacks. "We cannot afford
to be too little and too late' he
fort" to work out defenses against Reporters asked Herter whet .10k.
- These vr.yeesele ,.hoil down to
such4 attacks. "We cannot afford ho,thought of prospects for,a
to be too little and too Wei" he Summit meeting this summer. what the West cOnsiders an aims aimssaid.
said. aimssaid. The secretary declined to hazard tum to get out of West Berlin in 18
an estimate, but said a Summit months.
Pieces Of Fodune conference was not discussed
with the Russians at nil during'.
Skier Falls' 500 Fle
, the Geneva talks.
1,,,, .1 21,10,,weagipi; iiune Ei,esnhow Ei,esnhowp
p Ei,esnhowp b w'thpositian thnt ri1' 11, .1.. ,, 414 v 1
rsit, .J,e,',..,,. ,.; .,,, ,. ,.,, ri. ,57trit-irtliTPfil :111411111111ta4 UOITITIvinfilainglie.
--.A11,-,.,,,.:,-, grata ,arthe foreign' ministers
n p u ongue- conferanc, as a prelimitury to any 0
iy Tears' Clolhes
top-level meeting of the major, n .-
rs 11 it v v 1 4, nowersk
Bob McLane, an American rest- imilerter was said to feel that Rue
rent' of Panama City, Jet out a
sist a tactic to bring the West to a
vhoop of Joy yesterday morning Summit meeting was to "frighten"
vhen an excited radio announcer the West at the foreign ministers
ported that thr lint prize of level instead of negotiating there.
retterday's lottery' drewing was The forthcoming Nisit to Wash Wash258,
258, Wash258, of which McLane had two ,ington of Frei R. Kosiov, deputy
)ittlys., 4. ...... ,,$,, chairman of the USSR Council of
Millibtl 111-P, GIMP WOO 'mini, mr ....,
weekend in El Valle with' lis fa family,
mily, family, didn't wait to hear anymore. discussed. Koslov could be tho
channel for now Soviet overtures
He immediately decided he would while the formal foreign minis miniscelebrate
celebrate miniscelebrate his good fortune drink- tors conference was in recess.
hig a bottle of brandy with a few Koslov is scheduled to meet
friends and acquaintances. th b th 4he President and Herter
A short white. afterwards, while during his visit.
the bottle was being consumed, Unless Koslov has something
ascl much to McLane's disappoint disappointment,
ment, disappointment, someone came in to Vicen- new to offer, U.S. exports fog
te Oreco's to report that the first chances wore dim for a break in
prize,was really 1356 and that the
first reports by the announcer had Jb,
been erroneous. uuP Nomination
McLane's couldn't believe ears..
But a further check finally con- 111
vinced him that he had missed the
first prize by one number. le Be Personality
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPI)
Means 01 Defecting Sen. Jacob K. Javits
said today be believes any Nixon-Rockefeller
battle for the
nuclear Explosions 1960 Republican presidential no nomination
mination nomination will be oased more on
personalities than issues
GENEVA, June 22 (UPI) Javits made the remark in a
U.S. British awl Russian scientists television brondcast for New
today began a weeklong study of Ycrk station.
means to detect high altitude nu- However, he sa.ld Vice Presi Presiclear
clear Presiclear explosions. The United dent Richard Not Nixcl likely
States was expected to supply WOUld be identified with the
most of the answers. conservatives and New York
The experts hope to report in ,a Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller with
week to the three-power diploma- the liberals "in the popular
fie conference here which is trying mind."
to work out a treaty outlawing He said both of them have
nuclear weapons test esplosions shown "very interested modern
MI this week the scientists will tendencies."
meet in the mornings and the di- "I think both men will be ac acplomatics
plomatics acplomatics in the afternoon. cepted as pretty much middle middleA
A middleA similar scientific conference of-the-road by most people aril
ended last summer with a report that the main struggle will be
that resulted in starting the test upon personality, upon who can
ban treaty conference Oct. 31 win, upon platform, if it comes
The scientist will meet in se- to that,' he
cret, and by mutual aglement Jarits said many Republicans
will not issue any report on their feel a Nixon-Rockefeller or a
project until they have completed Ro:kefellet Nixon combination
the study. would be a "dream tilket."
GOP Senators Agree: Ike
His Policies Directly To
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPD
Republican senators are greet greeting
ing greeting with enthusiasm the pro proposal
posal proposal by GOP National Chair Chairman
man Chairman Thruston B. Morton that
President Eisenhower make a
vigorous, peisonal appeal to the
people on, behalf of his policies.
senate Republi e n leader
Everett M. Dirksen (III.) said he
had the fond hope" that Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower would take the adminis administration's
tration's administration's case for its anti-inflation
proposals to the people.
"He is always front page,"
Dirksen aid yesterday, "and het
would get a respectful hearing
country is sale" Abraham Lincoln
Herter To Discuss Fruitless
Geneva Parley Tomorrow
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPI)
Secretary of State Christiah A.
Herter announced after an hour hourlong
long hourlong conference with President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower today that he will make a
television report to the American
people tomorrow night on the dead.
locked Geneva conference.
Herter met with Eisenhower and
Undersecretary C. Douglas Dillon
at an 3 cm. White House break breakfast
fast breakfast meeting. He said his first
hand report to Eisenhower was
couched "in general terms" and
included an evaluatisin of "where
we are" in the deadlocked foreign
ministers negotiaijons at GenevL
To Be Personality
if be put it in concrete, pack packages."
ages." packages." 1
Dirksen said a proposed per personal
sonal personal campaign oy the Presi President
dent President had been discussed with
Eisenhower by GOP Congres Congressional
sional Congressional leaders. But Dirksen said
"it is a decision the President
Will have to make."
Sens. Jacob X. Javits and
Kenneth B. Keating said the
President could do a lot to help
get his foreign aid, civil rights
and other proposal through
Congress if he followed Morton's
advice and carried his case to
the people. Morton, also a sen senator,
ator, senator, said last week the Presi
the deadlock when the conference
The Russians, however, appear appeared
ed appeared somewhat pleased with the Gen Geneva
eva Geneva results. The' Soviet govern.
ment newspaper lzvestia said the
conference succeeded in narrowing
down East-West differences over
Berliti and had a "definite positive
significance." It said the stalled
conference laid a "good basis for
Before flying back to Moscow
from Geneva yesterday, Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
called on the West to take an "ob "objective
jective "objective 3Poroach"- to the Kremlin
- These 13Cmesalt ,.boil down to
what the West cOnsiders an ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum to get out of West Berlin in 18
WELINGTON, New Z e a land
(UPI) Clifford Lawrention, 29,
Mil more than 500 feet over ice
sod rocks down the side of a
mountain and escaped with a
broken rib and abrasions, it was
While trying to recover a ski,
Lawrenson slipped over the sheer
ice face of Skipper's Gull on Mt.
Ruapehli and tumbled downward.
During the fall, he struck and
bounced over two 40-foot high
A'rescue party had to cut steps
in the ice wall to reach Lawren Lawrenson
son Lawrenson and bring him out by stretch stretcher.
er. stretcher. His clothes were in shreds
and only his face was unmarked.
Officials at the Taumar unui
Hospital reported his condition as
Baby's Body Found
Floating In Lake
By Dredging Crew
Balboa police disclosed today
that the unidentified body of a fe female
male female infant has been recovered
from Caimitillo Lake, at a point
diagonally across Gaillard High Highway
way Highway from the entrance to the Chi Chiva
va Chiva Chiva Trail.
The body, that of a new born
child, was discovered by Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Dvision workers as they
worked along the lake's edge. One
of them noticed the infant's feet
extending from a cloth bundle
floating on the water.
The bundle, lined inside with
portions of a Spanish language
newspaper, was turned over to
Gorges Hospital by police au authorities.
thorities. authorities. Preliminary exa mina mination
tion mination showed that a hand towel
had been tightly knotted around
the infant's neck.
The child is believed to be white
and had not been dead more than
a day or two.
Both Canal Zone and Panama
police are investigating.
dent would be the GOP's best
Javits and Keating, appear appearing
ing appearing on separate New York state
radio-TV shows, agreed. There
have been hints that the Presi President
dent President already has mac rlaris
for several talks aniyi I t'e
country, but he at, last
news confe ranee there was
nothing definite about it
Keating said the time had
come for the. President, to go
before the people with "a clear
and forcefu. explanation of wiiy
action is necessary" on hi proposals.
Throughout the world.
thoi. auy other
Although re-opening of the east lane at Gatun Locks Lockstoday
today Lockstoday was expectedto partially ease Panama Canal
fic congestion, informed local observers saw little chance
for immediate relief of the unprecedented traffic jam and
one Panama shipping expert sharply criticized Canal ad administration
ministration administration which let the situation arise. -;
Recent trafficlias been so heavy that'dLepite transit
records of as many as 36 vessels a day there have been
steadily growing pile-ups of ships anchored nightly 'at
either end of the Canal awaiting pilots and transit clear clear.
. clear. once..
Shipping authorities in and out of the.Canal Zone
say that the transit delay now averaging more than 24-
hours per vessel are costing shipowners millions of dol dollars
lars dollars in lost operating time.
Most modern ocean-going car- the super-carriers, but all other
gq ships MAI the tightest commercial shipping utilizing
pesSible sehadult. 4C1)Mpensate the Canal," the4hipping exPert exPertfor
for exPertfor high wagewand 'operating said.
costs now prevailing. Shipping Balboa Heights officialS have
experts say this is particularly also yolked to the critical pilot
true of large tankers and super- shortage as another reason for
carriers, whose "milk r u n" the tie-up, but mote than one
schedules often require them to shipowner has asked why the
be in and out of a load port in shortage was not anticipated
- -,-tropreloonir,,twatiti. We
Ahe eonges- 1'0 has alwayi 'been a siolilind
tion which has built up during tedious process and even atter
the past ten days, Canal offi- being hired new pilots must
dais ,have said that super-car- spend one year training bir birders
ders birders have aggravated the situa- their difficult and specialized
lion since these giant tankers Jobs.
and ore-carriers, some as large
as 40,000 tons, must be handle Normal scheduling asigns
lots a one way transit on alter alterwith
with alterwith great caution through the
nate days but traffic has .bethi
Gellard Cut. Canal procedure
pass so heavy most pilots have been
requ;res that these ships
thte Cut singly, during daylight transiting two, three and in
hours, and stipulates they can- some cases even four consecu consecunot
not consecunot be passed in either direc- tive days.
tion. Pilots themselves ques tion
An unusual number of the
super-ships have reached the
Panama Canal during the past
But a Panama shipping ex expert
pert expert said today the operation operational
al operational panie caused by liuper-earriers
arrivals is a leading
symptom of poor Canal ad administration.
ministration. administration. "Failure to provide a work workable
able workable system for handling of
large vessels not only penalizes
New Firm Plans
Shot In Arm For
Advance plans for a new launch
service to Taboga Island, as well
as tentative arrangements for
other tourist service on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, were announced today by
the International Tourist Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, a new firm recently organ organized
ized organized by a 'group ot American and
The Taboga service is planned
for November, or about the same
time the island hotel now under
cohstruction is- completed, a firm
spokesman said. New "Ague "Aguevion"
vion" "Aguevion" launches equipped with air
conditioning, radio-telephone awl
other modern conveniences
leave Balboa every half hour.
The new firm also is planniais,
construction of a hotel on the San
Bias Islands, and launch serv;ce
to the island chain.
Excursions on the Isthmus and
all methods of travel arrange arrangements
ments arrangements will also be provided 1,
Price Of Date Is
One Year In Jail
MO For Negro
Une Tear In Joni
t700 For Negro
MOBILE, Ala. (UPI) A 16-
year-old Negro was sentenced to
one year in Jail and fined 6200
for trying to make a date with a
Theodore E. Harris of Prich-
ard, Ala., was 3150 placed on two
Circuit Judge Kenner Baxley
disallowed appeals by the boy
from city charges of disorderly
conduct and resisting arrest on
the technical grounds Harris
failed to post on appeal bon&
Normal scheduling asigns
lots a one way transit on Alter Alternate
nate Alternate days but traffic has .betin
so heavy most pilots have been
transiting two, three and in
some cases even four consecu consecutive
tive consecutive days.
Pilots themselves ques tion
how long such a severe strain
can be maintained.
One shipping authority saki
he could foresee no gerielal
improvement here except by
placing full operational con control
trol control of the Canal in civilian
Primary operational controt of
the Panama Canal is vestedin
the Marine Director and the
Balboa and Cristobal Por'L Cap Captains.
tains. Captains. All three of these key jobs
are now held by U.S. Naval
officers, usually assigned 4on
three-year duty tours. Under
them are carried out the al altical
tical altical function of scheduling and
dispatching for. Canal transit.
Chief criticism leveled against
this system is that while assign assigned
ed assigned Naval officers may be ad administratively
ministratively administratively able, they come
here relatively unacquain t e d
with complicated Canal opera operational
tional operational procedure and by the
time they have learned their
job they are ieady for reassign reassignment
ment reassignment or retirement.
Only a small part of the traf traffic
fic traffic jam has been attributed to
single lane operation at Gatun
Locks, where power-conversion
wort nas been in progress.
Canal authorities announced
this moyning that the East
Lane at Gatun has now been
returned to servi.,e and ale
West Lanenext on the sched schedule
ule schedule for power conversionWat
be kept open at least Limit nel
But authorities also expresse
doubt that the extra lane woull
do much to speea traffic.
Meanwhile, the backlog has
been building Up steadily until
last night 28 ships rode at an anchor
chor anchor at Balboa or Cristobal
Harbor waiting their turn to go
through the Big Ditch.
Press Sec. Hagerty
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPI)
White House Press Secrelar
James C. Hagerty entered Waite,
Reed Army Hospital today for al
appendicitis operation to ba net
formed this afternoon.
Mrs. Anne Wheaton, .Associato
Press Secretary, said Hagerty
suffered some symptoms over Tho
weekend His doctors decided ,on
an operation after he still was ilk
comfortable this morning. ,,,
prevent his accompanying Preai
dent Eisenhower to Canada:0,04
day for the formal opening al the
St. Lawrence Seaway with Wel
4114At4,10. -ol000 .,,,
--- THE-PANAMA AMERICAN
OHNED AHD ABOLISHED IIT THE PANAMA AMERICAN MEL INC
roomette ay NELSON ROUNSEVELL. Bose
HARM0010 ARIAS. tOrTOW
1S-27 H IETPEEX 0 Box 134. PANAMA. or P.
ONE 2-0740 tS
CABLE 400Allsi 10AN. P
COLON Arica, 12 179 CENTAAL AvipluE Orr WEIN, 127N AND IST,4 STOWE
FOREIGN IttORESENTATIVES, JOSHUA I- MOWERS. INC
345 AlAbilioN ABC- Nay, 7DAK (17$ N. Y.
LOCAL 6,. WAIL
Pt HoWTH 920ANCII S 1 70 e 2 50
Fen Slit MONTHS iN SO 13 00
AAA ONE YEAR ON ADVANCE le 50 24 00
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
The Mail B011 is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amorkaw
Letters art received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
it you contribute a letter don't be impatioesU if It dose t applef the
set one. Letters are published in the order reittived.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of latter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes to responsibility for statements or opinions
, expressed in letters from readers.,
THEMA' LT B 0 X
THE LX1E ETHEL BARRIMORE
A. am enclosing poem on Ethel Barrvmore in behalf of m11.-
1101111 throughout tne world who loved her:
By Johnny A. lion
Long shall in memories
that shrine of screen and stage.
laoled to last for centuries,
a superb script to the last 'Mtge.
Leans moaned to the final enchore,
for the beloved and lateEthel Barry More.
This letter is in answer to "Observer," (Mail Box, June 10).
'Observer," unlike many writers who use this Medium, posed a
fair question in a fair manner. The selection committee of the
11.F.W. Teener Baseball League can readily see whv the question
flowever, it would hardly be proper to discuss in this col column,
umn, column, the strengths, weakenesses or shortcomings of any of the
48 boys who contended for the 15 places on the all-star team team13ut
13ut team13ut the needs of such a team and the problems encountered in
the selection process may be discussed.
.teirct, what r.-.ust we expect of a selection committee? It
mat know baseball inside and out. It Must, have integrity; It
niuSt have observed each player fully foe the period of time:a-,
vallable. And it must be objective.
Second, It must keep in mind that the limits on the size of
the squad make selection that much more difficult. The team
cannot enjoy the luxury of specialists, as can be employed by
professional teams and even by high school and college teams.
Thdy normally have such a large bench that they could almOst
tield a second team of players particulariy adept in one phase
or another of baseball.
The selection committee, limited to 15 boys, must select in
r.lch a way that depth in every position and the ability to meet
any situation, is assured. This may mean a sacrifice in one spot
in order .to strengthen another.
, Per. s who really know baseball also know that statistics
pnelper( itages can be mighty deceiving;,011,ty,41e.bok,aH
watte reflect what they casually indicate The laby Menti tined is'
a fine ball player and missed selection by a whisker. He 'was
chosen as an alternate. If "Observer" would like to know any
particulars, he is invited to write the league at Box 593. Curundu,
and his questions will be answered.
I .--; -
r. cl cao,,,,,o, .t,,,-,,
' s I,
i ... 0 tiottr I
::, 10(1. --
,ollI '' ,...,-
. t ... 1-,
------------,,-,z-, ,--.-...,-. ;---J.,,-,-- ...
1 ,,---7.7--., ----,-----
1 ,,-...-7,- 7- -.7.--- iwi,
ig:ilk .4-1(.1,-4-1 1
71-1,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,
1 4 I
. t.31,,,, ,8
i,,,, 4 4,904
",,, -, ,
, A A , .41,,,i.!:lif : '''-
t4 0 . ai - a
1 r. k ,. lovospop,
; 1, -. "'... -,, -,,,,,,, 1
.,, E--E- '', .,,
t E.' 44- 't 14'7' .. --; -A
:,-., -.- r,,-.., -1
,?,! --- 0 ',7---- -I.;4,, - ,4, 4.
;',', I .,
4 3,, 4 I
, ,..,. ,-...
..:. I r162Ir41 '--- :"
geiVelfy stiqqestiolis tor her tnost
' personal, inost treasured gilts, tlie
, ',., lane size receives frot)i ilcoy.0e,e these..
: and oitr inaily ()flier gilts to'i- y ur
,104 CENTRAL AaMERICA'S'
:: 4 ', i,s," LEADING JEWELLERS
Across The Chase' 'Manhattan Bank
I Read Our Classifieds
By VICTOR RIESE RIESEThat
That RIESEThat racket club, known as the
Combine or the Syndicate, is doing
business a susual through some
25,000 firms operating profitably a across
cross across the nation.
Those business houses, which
mob jack built, are part of an ultra-secret
list buried deep in the
lJustice Dept.'s headquarters in the
Southern District of New York. The
file will soon be shifted to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. It's a big list covering ev every
ery every city. It's a raw file. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, it's restricted to just a few
The list ; incomplete, though it
contains 100,000 names half of
which are of the combine's mani manicured
cured manicured set. These 50,000 men are
the crime cartel's business execu executives.
tives. executives. They are the ones who use
public relations men, accountants,
lawyers and even engineers to veer
away from Federal crimes which
would bring J. Edgar Hoover's
men d'wn on them along with
Treasury agents and Harry.Anslin Harry.Anslingees
gees Harry.Anslingees Narcotics Bureau investigat investigators.
ors. investigators. The other 25,000 on the list are
the goons the enforcers. Experts
who've seen the list say these are
rough figures about mighty rough
men. But give a few hundred here
and there and you have an esti estimate
mate estimate of the size of the mob, and
the bulge of its mo vy and pistol
This list is the first central file
drawn up to cvoer the mob's
moves from the early bootlegging
drys to today's invasion of labor
and commerce. A powerful sec section
tion section of this crimeL,,index has power powerful
ful powerful labor connections.
Or.e of the few ways of measur measuring
ing measuring the labor strength of the under underworld's
world's underworld's second government is to re-
alize that some 1.300 of its citizen citizenry,
ry, citizenry, as listed on this racket roster,
have direct relations with one or
more of the unions probed by the
Since the Senate racket-busting
group opened hearings early in '57,
crusading cottnsel Robert Kennedy
ha questioned' 1,419 witnesses. A About
bout About 100 of them were the commit committee's
tee's committee's own soecialists or reputable
labor and industry leaders.
The rest were goons who read
from the "Idiot Card." This is a
small printed pisteboard on which
is written the text of the Fifth A
mendment. The boys would read it
so they wouldn't be silent on the
grounds that they might "discrim "discriminate"
inate" "discriminate" themselves.
Most succinct explanation for the
creation of the central crime file
comes from a session of the House
Appropriations Committee not too
long ago. A witness put it this
isearj Iss so i ttiiissassisiossomso--siw-Tr oasi
, oisfe,omossososolop,suo g000
" chit racteristiC of these (Mob)
syntlicates today, as distinguished
frcm 25 or 30 years ago, is that
the crimes the members are parti partieipating
eipating partieipating in by and large are crimes
of a commercial character. They
are mot cri ties against the individ individual
ual individual or aglinst pronerty. This
means thefire not crimes such as
burglary, murder, rape, and so on.
You have to have law enforcement
geared to all kinds of commercial
For the most part, to commit
such commercial crimes, the mob
needs control of union locals in
their area of business and these
businesses run from freight distri distribution
bution distribution to food processing from
coast to coast.
Behind creation of the list is the
theory that a hood. no matter how
t'high, can be Jailed for simply vio violisting
listing violisting the oath on a Federal Reg Reg(
( Reg( ulotorv agency license application
'as well as for crime of violence.
For example. the records reveal
that one of the nation's ton gam gamblers
blers gamblers once gorge for licenses tn
exploit gas and oil lands. -OP bad
to fill out U.S. forms to get the
He wanted tn nut his gambling
money into the legitimate fuel
business. The ton syndicate chief
had to swear 'that he was born in
the U.S. to get certain benefits
from the Bureau of Land Manage Management.
ment. Management. The mobster perjured him himself
self himself by concealing tho fet that he
had been born abroad. nenaltv
is a 'orison term. He filed that
Iform in 1950. This NV31 discovered
last year long lifter the statute
of limitations nut him beyond the
pale of Prison life for perjury.
Now the secret central list will
flash such violations immediately.
Modern crime takes modern crime
1 Ivan (IV) the Terrible vas
the first grand duke of Russia
to be given the title of Czar.
He was crowned id 1547 at the
age of 17. About 1560t the sec second
ond second and evil part of his reign
began when his wife and eldest
son died, a trusted friend de.
Iserted him and other unhappy
; events occurred. In general
;Ivan earned his title "The Ter Ter,
, Ter, rible," although he favored the
,common people and was sup supk)orted
k)orted supk)orted by them to the end.
t Encyclopedia, Britannia&
1. sTal I!)
TIM PANAMA AMTIICAPI API
-fi---'."...N if- ,,
e);1 ,,,,, ':
.:-J 1 .,
N t Nf i7. - At
Ssgit.,...:4":1:44.4..,,x, ,1 4)
' IN e
,,,. -' i..:-iti, -I:
' -,,A;?-,'' , : ,2 6 - - - .
t .i..' ',' :. ;- po,
i-li'4',i7... '. 441 ..' r1,, 0,'. '...
1 -.1.s,i&,:-. :''.:
0 l', .,:',"''' 084,40a ri tompoms , ,,,,,;4
- --"rni :-
, ..- ,:,!,.
--, 'f,,. 1
:;!.'. 4, 4 :,,,, 0 0 (r:41,411 i. .... r7151fitis :
1111:47. ILIPP. ; i.,. Cp. ''''''''....:..P-117.4".......:::::"-;:..'''.:::;1:17:.'
1 IP 1,4,3 q;-:: A,, .
'''.7 1-vo' : :.: : .: -, ,-,,t, 71-,0 4
- .- .:00v ., -e;. 4,,,,' -.1, 'ij ',,-. C,t,..:..-frp.2.---'- , P
J.1!;,......,,,,..:,.,,:iti,4, ,t .. .r.,.',.7.-..- o ,-...
. ; I i f I P ' s "4: ''-''.;;; ,41413 -Z!',' ; ;;',i il7
. ".... ,,.,,,,roi.,..,,,,,..e,:::....:.z,:.,..,5t., .s.,,,-..) 1
,,,, , 4- ;'. ,-.:.
. A.., ,,,,,,,,,t, T
i .. :',IiZry P.,
C471 ''' .:' :'5!S( ;;;;,',(4, el ,V'- -,
4 '''' 74
. t 0B8 0 er,
..,,4,:;::,:i. ...,:;:, ,,,,,,,:t,,,,:,,,,,
47 .. : tit el0
,. , ,, "1,7! ,'?' -:'';''. ';'.
!a; ' 4141
:,,: 1:- ,,.:,,iisT
, .:540'.:. ,.:,,,,,
'--i -,.:Tts ,,,
, 4S,40c,ev, -,,,,i,4,1;,-;,:, . t. ..........
,, .. ,tolki ,' 024.
1' ''. t liP ,1,.:.,,,,--
,,..i ,..-440, ','N ,'.! ,;: '44....,i ;
' ''':i, J.i,,, -, '' -. t.: ;Cili, 'tt,'-...)
, .1.',. V : ',v. M,'.....?. .-;k
k ',, :y. .,-.t..rt le NEA Strve Int-.
Meandering With Slandering
By BOB HARK
Reading my mail has made me
indignant, and I am now writing a
dirty letter to the ,editors, knock knocking
ing knocking this bum, Ruark. I'm telling
you, kids, Simon Legree was a
rose geranium alongside y'r ob't
sv't. No man can be as nasty as
me without he should wet lynched,
yet. NJbody can be as wrong as
me. Even on purpose.
When I wrote a piece suggest suggesting
ing suggesting that this Fittibua maybe
should have a passport before
they allowed him to leave Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, a strange condition similar to
Lower Slobbovia, I was a hero
The letters poured in. They poured
in when I soundly commended
the Indians In North Carolina for
clobbering the Ku, Klux
r ler ToltrirwrItert emit m
praise, and so was a str,ange tribe
which self-styles themselves "Ii "Iiberals".
berals". "Iiberals". To the KKK and some'
barely literate types I was a
"nigger-lover," and athotdd he
I am afflicted with the unfurtti unfurttinate
nate unfurttinate habit of journalistic honesty,
so when I went out to Africa for
the umpteenth time and wrote
some columns about the various
African independencies, the read reading
ing reading complexion changed. What I
said from knowledge was that
perhaps the wild tribes I knew,
and was living with at the mo moment,
ment, moment, were about 90 percent un unready
ready unready for what the city-slicker or organizers
ganizers organizers were shrieking about as
Now I am a shenzl, a bum; and
my former friends yell that I have
sold out to the KKK, colonialism,
and Awful Force-us, which is a
pet name I have for a native of
Arknsaw At the same time, the
5.-::::::::::::::::::::::::;',:i:i:):;:;:;:t:i:::;:::::',;.? V:r .. I'l 4.:.:::.:7 ; ...:::::.:K: VI NV :::::::..1...:iiiii:::::11:$::::.:-..:.:::.11:1:11.:i.:3';:1:1:::,11::11::;.:4,4:.::.:ii:.,:?:?ilk:I.:::::::.'::',....;.':.::1'.:.::::::::i::::1.:...:1:11.1.:...:::......,....:1::::;:::.':::,......:..:11.:.:::,:.:1::.::.:::::,:::.:1':::',.::,:.:1:::.:::.....i.1:::::;:.:,::.:;:11..:::.::::::,::,:.::.....fii::.:1,::::,.::.....i....:::::::::::::::::::.::i.,::,,:.:,:::.,:.::::::::.....::,:.:.,::.:::.:::::.:::,...:.:.::.::.,i.;::::::,::.:::::::::.::.::?..::;:.,1,:::,:.:::::1::::..:::;.:::::::.- :.....:.::::. '..:14.,.......:......:.... ... ..:::'::::.i.:::'i.::1:::1::
... .,..y........... ...... .. ....
. ......::,:;:. .. 4:::.:11:.;;:f
::.4:Aolf..x..xv. '''''''::-:,::'::::::::::::':::.::,...:::,.:.:;:::.:.:.:.:.::::..:.......:...,:t.:::....:.:.:.:.:::::.............:.:....:.::::.........x....:::::::. .. ty:.::::::...,....... ..
::..;:.:::.!:.:. .. ::: '4.: i : i:.::..::If.:
. . ....xi'. 41,:. .::::::. :::::::::.::::.::.f.::. .::::.:.:.:.:.....:,..... :..:.:..:.:4, :..:.:..N.,.:.:.:.:.::::,......,.....:.x. ..:.........:........................:::......x.::::.::....x.::.:::.x.:.:....::::....:.:::...x.::.:.:.......:...:.::
" ". .....................
v"1:::;::::.ii::::::.:::::..:.:,:,::::!,::::.1?,:i.:,:.:::.:.....ilf: Z,It:,: 4.:44:44:440 '.:.. :::;.:...:: :' .::.:i .41-::.:;:::::.::::;:.:1::-I;::Kf:Si:::::::::.:::?i:.if.:.1:.:::::::::t:::. ::
.:4.:::"::::;.:;f:?::ii:::::::::.:.:::::.gani.:ii.iii.ii:;.i.ii:::iiifiiiiiii?.:f:...f 11.i,. ''s: IA s '. s: : .....w.:...... .., . . . . .... . . 0 ..
I Altt s. s:::...:::.::.::::. :.
:::::::'::::$::.::::::::::::',..,.:.::::.:::::,.f.::.:::::.......:.:fo.:::::....::.. ,.,-t..,.,,,,,......,: .:N. .:......:.......::.:...,:::.:,::.... .... ,.;.:
::?:::::!:':::::':::!:!::::':::::::::::::::::::::::::!::::::::::::::!:::::::::!!!::::::::::::::,::::,:.-:':::1,':'::::$.;:::,:::::::.:t...,:,,,,411.:.,:i::,;::.1.,:::,;;;,:::,:::;:::;;;;::::1:;;;;:::::::::,.:!ri".::::::,!:.::::!,,:,!::!,...4,!..::.':f.tS.:,.:$::::!:!!':..........:',:!.:!t!"..!.!et!Ilik:. !.:.:1:.!!!:::':.:...bm::'611.1::::::::::.,1:111:::::::11::::::::11:1::::::::::::::::::::.:::::;:::.,:::!... :::. :::.:.:,.:.:"..
,,,zi::::,:::::.::::K:i::,:::.:::,::::.::,:::::::::::,.... ., ::,.:4:;i:,,, -,:-:,,,,f:Kiim:i4:,:4-::::::,,,::,:,,,i.s. :,, :,:::s.,,t::::....,.:::!,.,54,...........:-.,.!:,ellit....:::.....1.;:i.:.:.::.......,.............,...............,..................................................., ....,........,..........
:,,:4:-,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,:::,$,,,,,::::::,::::t::,::::::.:.,:::::,.:.,:.::.:::, ,.....:,:::, ....::,:: ............ ...: ........,:::.. :::,,.
:.,,k,:,,,,,,, ,::,,::::,,,::::.::,::,::::::::::::::$:::::::4:,,,,:::,:,:::::k::;,,,I., ..;... ............: .::::,....... ..................; .......,...: ...........,......... .....,,,:;.:.:::.;,.....,...
'''''.. ,ii.::iiiiwif:i:.:iKN::::::::,:::::::,:f.:::.::,:li,..:, :.::,,,...,::,.::, ,::::: ::: : :,: 4 ::::::::: .:::. .:::::::...:::.:, ::::::,..
,,,,,,::::::::::::::::::it'll : 1:::::::, .:::. .:::; ... ,.
::?.:::.::::.:........"' .....'w i;t: ..:.: .. ..::: NI' v
figiggPiagiP:" If )i ::;::::::::::::::::::':.",:::::::::!:1!::,,,,,,,eee, ,,,,,,,,,,...-,,,,.. ... .. .:,.....i....:;:::.1:::::i:::::::::::x..44.
PtiDIPZIMENT DAELY Nrwsuipir
"Stick 1Em Up!"
---- 0 --
KKK and a bunch of other bigots
sprang forward to suggest that
"we need more like you to keep
our country free."
Mind you, what I have said is on only
ly only that kids should go to school
what ever their color and that
some African tribes with their
grandpas' wristbones still in their
septums are going to tale a pow power
er power of kicking from a bunch of city citybred,
bred, citybred, foreign-educated opportun opportunists
ists opportunists who care nothing for their
their brethren except to use them.
The fact that their brethren
don't even know their names,
never heard ofthem and couldn't
care less, escapes the opportun opportunists
ists opportunists as they scream for indepen independence.
dence. independence. And the brethren con continue
tinue continue to kill- (tell. other while the
fluseiens' slidein and uset,Tthe
chaos as the Russians always
I suggested, mildly, once, that
the money wasted on funeral
flowers could be better spent on
flowers for the living, or even on
such things as cancer research,
since Linever knew of a Corpse
that could smell or see a flower.
The florists screeched. Meanwhile
back in the research ranches, a
lot of doctors wrote in to say, by
golly, here's a real hep young man
So then I wrote a piece about
maybe it would be nice to find an
old-fashioned-type doctor who
didn't rely entirely on a prescrip prescription
tion prescription pad and the antibiotics that
rapidly go out of fashiona doc doctor
tor doctor Who might even make a house
call or speak to you civilly on the
Ram! My pore old bones 'Were
consigned by the doctors to be
REDS LIKE MOVIES
mayDe woula De nice to nna an
old-fashioned-type doctor who
didn't rely entirely on a prescrip- talki),Because Rus Rustion
tion Rustion pad and the antibiotics that sians much, the So Sorapidly
rapidly Sorapidly go out of fashiona doc- viet Union will build 1,200 new
tor Who might even make a house movie houses in Soviet towns dur durcall
call durcall or speak to you civilly on the ing the current seven-year plan,
telephone. the news agency Tass reported
Bain! My pore old bones 'Were Monday. Each collective farm
consigned by the doctors to be and each state farm will have its
given to the KKK, the NAACP, own movie house under the
the morticians, and the florists. scheme, Tags said.
i BOGOTA- CALI
BOGOTA B, 5. 67
ofOUN T P FROM PA NA MA
All of a sudden t,he American Me Medical
dical Medical Assn. joined the Sacred
Guild of Witch Doctors, the psy psychiatrists,
chiatrists, psychiatrists, and the French airy airyfairies
fairies airyfairies who make the sack dress
possible, in a united front against
yours very etcetera.
Convicted murderers have ac
cused me of malfeasance. Afric
ans who have never been south
of Richmond and no closer to
Africa than the Polo Grounds
ter me all about Africa. The
combkwd guild of wives and
loathed in the South, hated in
the North, detested in the West,
and stoned in Arkansas, which
I consider a rare complishment.
But one thing I notice that is
almost invariable in the name nameealling
ealling nameealling bid the,reader allow allowet.for
et.for allowet.for theumoileyhe pays to read
you. Most of the stuff is anony anonymous,
mous, anonymous, or is under the letterhead
of some sort of pressure group,
or is signed "Patriot," or "One
hundred percent American," or
"World War Two Vet,' or "Pet
Excuse me, until now I bad
forgotten the anti-vivisectionists
and the vegetarians. With those
kids I am really very big on the
hate list, and the fish lovers will
be along any minute.
Make your reservations now for yourself
,or the entire family. Pay only
10 down and leave immediately on that
long planned for vacation.
you please Pay at your ease
yoi enjoy AVIANCA1 world
famous luxury service.
MEDELLIN 6 0 19
MEDELLIN 11 4..72
MONDAY, JUNE VI, 951
...,.............,...;....... rur.,..,....I ...,,......1 ... ,,...
I ''.-1'; hi. , it : I:-
, :1E11E1r...6041ln 11, 1
,, .,;- ,.,:,,.,,.:-,,:,,,,,, Or i II W (g6A i-slipi4,7.1---t,,-.1-'71,.,71i; :
WASHINGTON ---7:4111 'lame
Howaro Kett and hipsame
perior Oil Company? ,vtlich got
mixed up in tbe ettempt to br.be
Sen. Francle Case ot South. Peke-,
ta the battle over the Federal Ai Aitural
tural Aitural gas act,'PtiLled 1410,1?1?,,P
other day itt-CalitorAia,n44
es, chiefly Standard' Oil of Gall,'
fornia, Superior, flew four Repub7:
Been assemblymea3a Sacrameatct
to block the-oil satteranct pro-'
posed by, Democratie.;GOV7g14
The chartered planea2,:rwhic-b,
flew the assemblyinet hack to Sa4
craniento at oil company expense
were more thatt'just a 'neat ,lob-
bying trick. They will nfein:'"A
1. A cut In,plannO, 'pay ralaes,
tor Californa schoolteachers and
state professors.' 4 ;A ;A2.
2. ;A2. The national limelight thrown
on the Rockefeller family and the
candidacy of Gov. Nelson Rocke-I
It happens that Standard Oil of
California is not only a Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller copany, but one which
answer directly to the word of
the Rockefellers. This vial; testbd
out graphically in a spectacular
manner when the late Harold,
Ickes demanded that Stadard
Califomia rehire Ralph Davies,
who had taken leave troti ; the ,1
company as pesident to work for,'
the War Petroleum Board. Itles'
dema,nded that Davies get his
job back. But the Rockefeller said
no. And that was that.
In the recent California lobbying
battle involving both Superior Oil
and Standard, Governor Brown
had proposed a 2 per cent sever severance
ance severance tax. California is the only
oil-producing state in the USA
without such a tax. The tax bill
was immediately opposed by
Harold Morton, potent lobbyist
for Superior Oil and other com companies,
panies, companies, vthose son-in-law, Joe
Shell, is strategically placed in
the Califnrnia Atsembly as Repu Republican
blican Republican floor leaders.
Finally Governor Brown got the
bill out of the Revenue and Tax
Committee where it 'had been
blocked, and got it referred to
the Ways and Means Committeee.
Whereupon the oil Iobby'inOVed' to
reconsider and send it back to
a pigeonhole in the Revenue and
Tax Committee. The oil lobby
needed 41 votes to win, but was
four votes shy.
So special airplanes were char chartered.
tered. chartered. They flew Allen Pattee
back from Cermet; James Holme
from Santa 'Barbara; -and Harold
Levering and Bruce Reagan from
a fishing trip near Quincy, North
Result: The oil lobby won. Ca California
lifornia California remains the only oil-producing
state in the USA without a,
The President gave & "so what"
answer to a recent press con conference
ference conference question regardng the
lobbying to confirm Adm. Lewis
Strauss. Here is part of the pres pressure
sure pressure campaign such as Washing Washington
ton Washington had seldomnseen,beforev some
of it very close to Ike:
Senator Cannon el Nevada
Secretary of Agriculture Benson,
a disciple of the Mormon church,
induced leading 'Mormons in Ne Nevada
vada Nevada to pressure Senator Cannon
to vote for Strauss. This was Can Cannon
non Cannon referred to when the told the
Senate of the' terrific lobbying
campaign for Stratias.
Senators Jordan and Ervin of
North Carolina Gen. Kenneth
Royal', former Secrqary of the
Army, now a Wall Street attor attorney,
ney, attorney, made ti special' trip to Wash Washington
ington Washington to urge the Democrats to.
switch their votes to Strauss.
Royal' is a North Carolinian has
been a 'guest at the White Mouse,
and i's theattorney lor Etta Slater,
the hea gram -Wttisket-7tgecutive
and. bringellaying partner of the
Presioento, lerso;ntater Attcompan Attcompaned
ed Attcompaned Mrs., Etsenhower to 'the-Eliza'bitt4
Mden.beauty' ranch tnAri
,resged foti the insimhiation of 'one
piteel- Prise bull,.
--,Inuriincet.; Inc-vete' Strauss as
wet. presaure from-Gov.--Abe Ri Ribicolf
bicolf Ribicolf of 'Connecticutwhich 7 in influenced
fluenced influenced his vote. Ribieoff.afyised
Dodt, that is vote for Strauss was
the- way to 'clinch theJewish vote
ip ithat, state..-.
The famed Harlem Globetrpt Globetrptters,
ters, Globetrptters, sometimes called &pit:mute
in short pants are going to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow this summer. They will play
nine basketball glimes in various
Russian titiew beginning with
the Lenin Central Stadium in Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, July 6.
Interesting fact.about the trip is
Abet the Russian Cnitural Com,
Anittel is finanaing XL Moscow pro.
paganda in the past has focused a
lot of attention on race relatione
in the USA. Yet now a famous
Negro basketball team will tour
Russia as visual proof that Ne
gro athletes hold a high place in
this country. The traveling ex expenses
penses expenses of the Globetrotters to' and
from Russia, plus living expenses
inside Russia, plus a cash ruble
nayment for the game, will all
be paid by the Soviet
Abe Saperstein. who has gener generously
ously generously sent the Globetrotters with
me to North Africa and Alaska on
two different Christmases to en entertain
tertain entertain Americas troops, began
negotiating direct with the Rus Russian
sian Russian Embassy in Washington
some -months ago. Thi embaccir
had various auestions to ask, but
from the start seemed anxious to
have the Globetrotters visit the
LONDON mrs. Bessie Brad.
dock, Laborite member of Paria Pariament,
ment, Pariament, replying to a fellow Labor Laborits
its Laborits who askto that a select com committee
mittee committee be named to investigate
physical damage sustained by
"No boxer is compelled to box.
It is a completely voluntary mat matter,
ter, matter, and if it is a question of look looking4t4he
ing4t4he looking4t4he things Viet -hurt people
there are many other things tnat
may be looked at,to ittoge
ise "tieDige 'Ott much
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Presi President
dent President Everett Tucker Jr. of the Lit Little
tle Little Rock School Board after a fed federal
eral federal court killed two Arkansas
anti-integration laws which Gov.
Orval g, ,Faubus used to close
tour Lttile Rock hgh schools last
"I see no alternative but to pro proceed
ceed proceed with some plan of integra integration."
tion." integration." DENVER Chairman Thrast
13. Morton of the Republican Na'
tional Committee, telling a group
of young GOP party Porkers to at attract
tract attract mor- people nto the
"I am tu., that literally
millions of young people do not
participate in the political activi activities
ties activities of either party for the simple
reason that no one has ever en encouraged
couraged encouraged them to do so."
P!!,,,ItTetttrrtrr4T711, !t"1, r':!!!!'' '
'-q.-'111111 PANAMA AUXILICAN
, "": .1"";;. 2 : : 4'. V.: 4 A -
,,SMALL SOLUTK)N BIC PROBLIMLike many other traffic-clogged ILS.Tcities and
towns, Bay City, Mich., (pop. 56,090) is lighting increasingly congested arteries., Pictured
above is Arne solutiow to this problem. They're small, foreign-made buses. They're taking the ,q,;$L
- place of the larger vehicles for transportating phort-run passengers through the downtown area
Housecleaning Service Performs Dirty' Worh
From'Rugs,To fliches For New York Uppiqiust
NEW YORK (UPI) One New
York housecleaning .service tends
to everything from rugs :to riches
for carriage-trade. vacationers.
"Visiting hosemen" from the
Joseph A. McAnerney, Co. scrub
and sand floors, paint and paper
walls, shampoo nigs, hang drap draperies
eries draperies and repair antique furnit,:re.
"Some people -caU us-just the
cleaning. inan. But, .wetrre- More
than thatWe ,do dee' orating and
upholstering, too. lf,you just want
your house cleaned at a minimum
rate, better,,call someone. else. We
were set up to take care,,of r.
Morgan and' ,,Tthe
said J. hap:liner McAnerney,. son
of the founder a'nd a member of
the National Society of Interior
McAnerney, a tall, hearty man
who lives in Greernwhich, Coring,
with his Wife-and' two children--
Joe, 14, and Phoebe, 11tends to
admiMstrative details, estimates
jobs, and does the decorating.
McAnenney's father started the
business 51 years ago. An electri electrical
cal electrical engineer, the senior McAner McAnerney
ney McAnerney designed the forerunner of
t,he vacuum cleanerai-ealled an
electric renovator-4n -1907'?'4,,He
teamed up with a rug dealer to
sell the heavy-duty cleaners, lat latter
ter latter married an interior decorator
and set up his own business.
customers today range frtti
Rockefellers 'anti restituratears -to
"just plain Joe Blow."
'MAtiO, 4tiii)ul'yr! tip? (ri,o',15
house cleaners, ter drapery hang:-
era, and a woman who spends the
summer renovating oriental rugs.
Painting and papering, are done
through contractors, and uphol upholstering
stering upholstering is done in a separate shop.
, Although the service is availa available
ble available to stax-at-home clients,,most
busineSs -cipne in spring ,,and
fall for Vacationing families. "But
you still get to know your clients
as weU as' your wife----almost,"
Fifty years ago, when the com company
pany company cleaned the mansiOns of'the
400, it cost $9 a day for one man.
Today, the. perne 'work costs' $29,
Rates areitheapii lit the off sea,
aonNovember to May.
McAnerney recalled one wom womanjust
anjust womanjust "a Mrs. White," he cal called
led called herwho wanted, four rugs
cleaned. They' hatnot been chine
in so long 'that the patterns 'were,
almost indistingnishable; ),'
"After we returned the rugs,"
McAnerney said, "Mrs. W, hit e
phoned to tell tis., we had, made
a hideous-mistake-And lenther
someone else's-rug.- was
patched to examine the mis-delivery.
In front 'of the hearth. I
found a beautiful and rate prayer
rug..,The butler sworehe had ne never
ver never seen -it. Neither- had Mrs.
White nor the maid:Net the rug
checkediperfectly with lny' rep,
"Then -came m reVelation. t
apologized for our 'error,' took
the rug back, and had a sprayed
with water-Loolon um,befAntif;-it
looked .almost Its ,sts,wheit
it first egme..lit." ''
CHANNEL FLIGHT MARKED
PARIS alln)--Two ;IJ., S. Air
Force jet aces streaked,) from
Paris to London and back in 37
minutes ,yesterday celebrate
the-50th anniversar of the.first
cross-channel flight which took
the same time, one way. Lt. Col.
James Jabara, Muskogee, Mich.,
end Lt. Col. Chris Jenssen,' n133
Palos, Calif., flew so fast in their
F-104 starfighter jets that- they
had to circle for seven Jninutes
before they landed to match the
time! taken by Louis Bleriot to fly
from Calais to Dover,10-, a tiny
wood and canvas monoplane.'
Butyl Tires May Be Answer:
To Safer, No-S&eech Stops
DETROIT (UPI) --Butyl, a syn synthetic
thetic synthetic rubber which is just begin begintang
tang begintang to be used in tires, might
have been used a decade ago but
it was too good too soon.
A group of offictals and techni technicians
cians technicians from Enjay Coo a subsidi subsidiary
ary subsidiary of Standard Oil of New Jer Jersey,
sey, Jersey, came to Detroit recently to
sell the automotive industry on
tbe SAA but31-34reatg
Tbkfilet,grPUP, Was nin town,
arm several other newsmen rode
in a Chevrolet equipped with butyl
tires. The car was driven by
George W. Lowden. Enjay engine engineering
ering engineering representatives.
The butyl tires hugged the
read. like a, leach .clinging to a
blood vein, and-441 their work
lust as quietly.
Lowden pulled away from traf traffic
fic traffic lights at speeds which made
all the passengers sink deep in
their seats and might have gotten
inn a traffic ticket tf.there- had
been a cop around.
The butyl tires didn't make a
He rounded corners at' rates
which would have made -the
screech of ordinary tires heard
several blocks away.
No. soueat from the butyl tires.
He slammed 'On the brakes at
traffic lights so suddenly every.
one im tho'cariwas,,hurled rough roughly
ly roughly forward,.
A teem'ager would have been
Lowden purposely aimed the car
at some chuckholes in the street.
The car took them breezing.
He antly demonstrated the three
Points Enjay is:emphasizing about
the,hutyl lires!,- a :smoother ride,
inciessed safelvy. and freedom
from tire squeal.
Although Eniay also calms
II per cent greater durability
for, butyl, tires. the company
'doesn't eMPhintize It because
this, pointyis offget by the fact
that they will sell at a premium
of about 26 ner cent over the cost
of other tires.
- Clifford A. Coffey, Enjav tire
technical coordinator, explained
that added cost recessA recessAry
ry recessAry at first because butyl tires
can't be molded on the same
machines used for production of
the tires currently used on most
Butyl is softer than the synthet synthetic
ic synthetic rubber currently used in The
manufacture of tires. Despite po popular
pular popular beliefs, pure rubber is used
only on a few heavy truck tirPs to today.
day. today. Because of this it needg an
extra wide edge. or "shoulder
on the tire to prevent excessive
It also heats up faster than
true rubber or other synthetics
and, therefore, needs sPecial
grooving. to dispense the heat.
But butyl,' is created from oil
refinery gases and is actually
cheaper than the material used in
automobile tirPs today:' Therefore.
4nice the cost of new machines is
covered and volume production es
tablished, butyl tires. should be
cheaper than the current type
tires, Coffey said.
Development of butyl actually
began during World War I when
'natural rubber sitpolles dwindled.
It was deyelooNi along with the
sonthetic currently used in most
But tho real 'doma;w1-at that
timo was for synthetic, 'good
anough to bo used in inner tubes,
which require a higher grade
rubber. Because butyl was the
most promising 'if the 'two syn.-
thotics under conlidoration for'
dovolopmont, it was used for in.
nor tubes whilo tit What., syn
thotic was dovolopad for ,tires.'
When tubelesik tires, came, .Out
after the war; development of
butyl lagged. It wu not changed
over to tires immediately because
machines had been built ,to 'han 'handle
dle 'handle tires made from the other syn synthetic
thetic synthetic which had been developed
to 'a satisfactory level by that
Butyl still. hadosertaktinalities
which made it undesirable for
tires, particularly excessive heat
and softness,- which led to rapid
But it had so many promising
qualities tbat Efijay went to work
the last -major problem was over overcome
come overcome when they found a way to
keep white sidewalls from becom becomng
ng becomng excessively dirty.
In the process of development,
which appears on the sidewalls of
all standard tires today.
Now they feel they are. ready to
offer butyl tirea,commercially,
Erhard Claims Feud
With Adenauer Has
BOON, Germany (UPI) West
German Economics Minister Lud Ludwig
wig Ludwig Erhard charged yesterday that
his reputation bad, been "system "systematically
atically "systematically cut down" in his feud
with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
He indicated he might quit the
cabinet if the criticigm continued.
The uneasy truce between Er Erhard
hard Erhard and Adenauer in their leader
ship struggle exploded over state statements
ments statements made by the chancellor in
san intervew with the New York
Times. Adenauer told the Tmes
Erhard was a "very talented"
man but lacked the potties!' ex?.
perience needed to be chancellor.
It was a reference to Erhard's
blocked hopes of becoming chan chancellorafter
cellorafter chancellorafter Adenauer had decided
to step down and run for the
preAdency. Adenauer later re rescinded
scinded rescinded his decision.
Erhard took his latch dispute
with the chancellor to a. meeting
of Christain 'Democratic members
of parliament Adenatter was ab absent,
"The fate of the party is at
stake today." Erhard told the
meeting. actording to party whip
"I can only continue my work
it is guaranteed that remain
protected from, such disparage disparagemant.
mant. disparagemant. and my work within the
framework of my present respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities is speared.'
Erhard told newsmen later he
wanted 8 statement in writing
that such "disparagement" would.
not be repeated.
- S.-. 41 r , N..
. .r ,
INOZPIROICIT lattaT strortrArmi
oviet WOMn Are Afroptiiig
oirican Grooinin0 Habits
'" WASHINGTON (UPI) THe
lady, boss of the Passport Office
thinks' Soviet Premier .thlikita'
Khrushchev aDd Ms boys samil-be
able to stop Russian women'a grge
'for eye-shadow. -,
"It is' contagious, and it 4s'
spreading," she said
. -Frances G. Knight 'said such le leininine
ininine leininine buying urges as she no noteed
teed noteed on a recent unofficial trip to
,Russia may not be of "interne "interne!tional
!tional "interne!tional intportance." And she -said
:none of' our diplomatic experts
"'Mild ,give this a second thought."
-.But, she added, "I have a hunch
that this II the type of thing
'Meisrs. Khrushcbev end Mikoyan
' les Knight said in an inter interview
view interview that "times have changed"
in, the past three years,
Russian women, she said, are
using perfume, powder and lip lipistick
istick lipistick and wearing hats and dres dres,ses
,ses dres,ses of' color and "reaionably good
ptexture" instead of, drab ., blacks
land dark colors.
'' ",I iniegine," she said,',' that
ik ths past fw years as more
consumer goods have bgun t
I available, th Russian wife
, like wives all ever the worki,
-,-- has said words ibis effect'
.,,, an, tonight w go to the Bal..
: I t, j am. wsring my velvet 1
ress. You et a,heircut
..-wash uP, put on a clean shirt
''' and tie. I don't want the neigh.
r' bors talking about the way you
And Ivan., Miss' Knight said,
"like all wise husbands. hal tak taken
en taken the hint."'
She said her husband notice
years ago that Russian men
'seemed to take pride in looking
like bums!' On the couple's re recent
cent recent visit, she said, at theaters
and elsewhere it was "notable that
the men accompanied by women
were epruced up for the Oc Occa
ca Occa sion."
The cosmetics counters, she ad
"PEEPER" NEARLY BLIND'
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
,nter Mueller was fined $25 Thurs Thursday
day Thursday on conviction of being a "peep "peeping
ing "peeping -Tom." Mueller is Woad in the
right eye and has very litnited vi vision
sion vision in the left.
FISBY INSURANCE PLOT
JANESVILLE, Wis. (UPI)The (UPI)Theodore
odore (UPI)Theodore Hawke, pOlice charged.
scattered his fishint leer About
the' Rock River in an attempt to
make it appear he had drowned
so he could collect on hs own life
insurance. He was tonvicted and
placed on one year's probation
Saturday for leaving fishing lines
"TED' AVIV, firaeb)(41Palitwop?kti
Man accused of betting his wife
while she slept told police Satur Saturday
day Saturday it was unintentional. Police
kept the husband in jail although
be contended that he had been
dreaming of "reve,nue men se sequestrating
questrating sequestrating our property. I waved
my, hands excitedly and' apparent apparentIY
IY apparentIY mY wife's face the way."
NEW YORK (UIPI)-- Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson Rockefeller announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night that he had effected an another
other another $500 -a-year saving in the
state budget, by eliminating state
payments for calling cards forl
deputy superintendents of t h e
state Department of Insurance.
ded were Ammed in miry store
in and out of Moscow that she
visited. And- she recalled a con conversation
versation conversation wih one Russian clerk
to illustrate the feminine urge to
, The girl then said that a cus customer
tomer customer once left a tiny box of eye eyeshadow
shadow eyeshadow behind with some of the
product still in it She told Miss
Knight phe used k and "everyone
told her- it was most becoming."
But, added Miss Knight, "theie
was Do eys-shadow in the Soviet
She said she saw one woman
swathed in a "black aatiVarran aatiVarrangement"
gement" aatiVarrangement" heavy- bluk- wool
Jacket-high black boots, and a
babushka over ber heed.' The wo woman
man woman pulled out' a roll of rubles
which would choke a horse" to
pay for some flimsy materiaf the
was buying for a-dress.
Miss Knight's Russian guide es esthelmrchase
thelmrchase esthelmrchase vies pro
bably,4''-special ',cession. But
they are' beginning to expect the
extras," Miss Knight added.
: ED & IBAIMMT
Delicate and beautiful designs by
the world famous Reed & Barton
'Plampton Court' Sterling 'Tile Winthrop' Plated 'Town Os Country'
,7-Pe. "Regent" Plated Set
Speed Boat Rides
For Fathers Day
By Tarpon Club
A Father's Day :feature en Le
Atlantic Side today promises to be
fun not onlz for the Dads, but for
Me Pasams Canal Tarpon Club
members will offer boat rides on
the Chagres River from noon to
4 p.m. The boasts witl leave from
the Tarpon Club dieks at the Ga Gatun
tun Gatun spillway, and will be avail.
able in speeds both fast and slow.
Hamburgers, hot dogs and soft
drinks will be available at dock
stands, the Tarpon Club announce announcement
ment announcement said.
ANIMALS DIE FOR DEFENSE
LONDON (UPI) More than
3;1)00 animals were killed in ex,
periments at Britain's chemical
warfare defense establishment in
the past six months, the govern government
ment government disclosed this week. Minis Minister
ter Minister of Supply Aubrey Jones told
the House of Commons that 32
eats, 42 dogs, 20 pigs and 31 sheep
were among the animals killed in
experirnents designed An devise
means of defense against the-posisse
of chimical weapons Lti
,A ,,111,t1 1$11 q0qii
-"." 0..0: .46 A. 0,40 ae, ;Pot 64.4 ,0,4,;
W. A. VAN SICLILrN
BIENVENIDA DE WAREPIRLD
JOSE worm) TURON
MARCOS T. MUNOZ
ESTHER DE VERGARA
MANUEL FERRER VALDES
BERTA DE MUNOZ CHAVEZ
CARMEN R. DE SALAMIN
LILIA T. DE PRIETCHARD
PAOLA DE GARCIA
, BERTA G. DE MORENO
SUSANA DE LINIACH
DOLORES P. DX BOYD
CATALINA DE GARCIA
ASK HOW YOU TOO
CAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY FREE
gut gurniture7nd NOM ijurn;shing Store
4th of July Ave. is Tel. 14725
bit"iiir71-1114 to NW stilt Mt ofts.
itilddits meg laws Ms bum ON tow.
L Omailliedie but es 401011 deoP
H IN1 kr,
NER SETS 1
DEMI TASSE SETS'
v,;; at I Pt 11
-ijto9 et a 26,,
is ALL Ceztret Acogica, lbw Minn ord Maki
Arrive: Sae Jose
Arrive: Sae Salvador
Arrive: Goatees la
Arrive: New 06001IS
Arrive: Mexico, D. F.
TACA INTERNATICORAL IMES
Colts i Cattemis
FAST SMOOTH outr..
TWO mutat army
Sok POLIANEW WINDOWII
SOPEWOO WM IMMO
kr: 'otl.t. ttX, gr.,,:47t4t
t,b, ,,i filihit4ote kww.,,,k6.4. J., 144;44 e,
1,4,0,..1.44..,04,4 00, AO, t ,1",
All colors available.
GET YOURS NOW
gter Lud Ludr"
r" Ludr" , .. ---- .-- - --
rday that ,
Ldenauer. 1 ry...,,,, ll. ;,r;
quit the 0 fl V. 1
......,,... ''''' 'l
ontinued. to 14
l WREN j .,4
ween Er- 1let,0 Oettitee, f 1
. , ) 7.7,..: 1 1,
ver state- pi :teltta 14.'? ,4 ' '' POWeditli ev Rattemoves -. ''''' '. 1
Icellor in tO AIL Cezavi
6 Asztrica, Csw 0;lects ea hiexko AmLINEN
ew York ,,,,,mosomm.,,, 1 f
he Tmes I 11 ',
tie's,' eV. 'JO AM
laneellor. Letrret Pummel
Erhard's Arrive: San' Jose 9:50 AM
ng ehan- WSIVinewrtIACt Stelytell' ; '' "7; --''' '' i
I decided Arrive: Managua 1145 AM N
later re- Arrive: Tegecigaipa 12:05 PM
um saloon oulr..2.,,,,, ..
TIN mow 16011100 ,A
1 "I, '"'",
,, Arrive: Sae Salvador 140 PM us, PVIAMEW WINDOIVII N
t dispute Mi INEWITON,
meeting Arrivec Geatensola 1:55 Pti MOWN TWA 11110Se '' ( t :1
Arrive: New OrkteNti 545 PM .. i
ty is at Arrive: Mexico, D. F. 4:410 PM
told the ,. .'',,,v',4
Irty whip , r,,
my work TACA INTERNATIONAL AI:112:VES ,, .....M.M.Mm., I
I remain 411110110
isparage- Cesite il, i il Conomis "4'
ithin the 4 ,,,,. 4.4
t respon- Tot. 34646 'llbo It I I 1 MI 1!
later he ' ;
writing .4, ' ,
t" would. I
, ,. 1
'' '4 i
' 0 1, , 41; -,'"''ii 1 I
V, t 0,, ,,itt ,, 4 4,4 ., 1,
, 4 A.,' 00''' "I ' 4'': '' 0 r .4 r i:
, :7, , ; ,, ,,' ii Ft I S' '''. t: 1: 14,0 11 ::;tee:,,,' t 4 ''',' '''' ''''''' '''' ' ' ' t
, 0D lEa Dila AlgE L3,,,oi:, p tispE
A ,ao, a
0 el : t
0 "U '' ',,f,
, ,. ., 3' Ill i' 4 t. '
., 1 io 11 ,,'!',..r,,..',
t ). '''''. ,,,, '' ,,,-.0 444N 4.4
. t 44'4
' i" ,
, t 0
A ;,, ,, : 0
qk Ot , ,. '''' ,,, 1
1 0 0 's
' 1 4',. v 1 0 po
, ., , .,
k., ,,, o,
, ,,, :
:1,3-4,,, -", Img .,-,,s- .,,s",,s,.,,.,,,,,,,,4.-i,i,.,i ,,
,,. t,., t st,,,,,...,,-48,rit,..
, ,,,T,t,,....t,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,t, t
, ,, ., .,,,' A i
10, A. 40t 6,10. ,,,Z4, 0, ,0'... 41,
,, ,,, .1 .,,,,,,,,,
, 0 DOWN 30
, ', tM6,. 1,:, 41 ''''.4'
..fit. ;A4., ..,,,t0, k ..,4,1tk
' ' t 1 .
'', '''')',0'.'1,',' !'",1','. ,. ''t ''..4,0, ,' 'Alt. tv, .ra,..,.!,,,,;.,-..t,,,,,, All colors available.
, ,,,,,.,,,, ,r ,, 0,,,,,.4 V, ',1, ,,, ',,,,,,,.; 0, ,,,p '.. 4'04 ,,, 1,4 4 ,, ,,,,, t,.. eitorinW
Vat, A4A, 40,a,,,,,Ak AAak,,,,,,,4 ,, Jam, ,0,0 A a ,,,,,a, a fo, ,...,,,, 4 otoP ,,,,...
r40,11,440....10.10ett.,..00 v tUMV.,40. sikt 01,02,,m, ,,, it , Immediate delivery
,i,,, ,,,,,,,,,,4.4$1,,,,,,f.,,,,,;..,:.,...,,.-4;,;itAt.,,,,11,4,,,,,,,1.-,,,Ar.41-,..,...t -,44,14-...,4 1.1 i .,,, !"
a Tel 2-0311
,I, ,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w.,,,..,, '''''''''''''' ''''''' '404'1?"''''''''''''' '44"14'1'',..,"14''' '' GET YOURS NOW 1
,0 ,, -....., ,,.J,,. Z ,,,,,T. ,., 4t- i., ,i'' "'"'". '' 'rlr r''''''''tr,..tr''...., 1,40....4, .. -,.tter.V ,..., .4 ,4 .401 ,IA, 4, t k A ,,
ii....00,,,,,,itog.," - .,,4 ,.. .,,, .., .s., : ,- ' : ''' ' ''' '''' '' ); ' ' ".'''''''''''. ''''' '''''''''''''''. ''''''''''''''"4. .4.1.1, A ow -,- 6 aaa,,,,,,,,, a saa,, A 4 ,-I, It ii, ioaaa ' 'ar''' -64'''''''''''"1' .'' 4" t"'" l'6":" ' .66 At W,,, 66 ,, .4
; --4.', Z ,:"S"',' --11-4.'2:::: ,1 f'74 .7. ,7t: 1,4'1: :4 yst i.,-,7-4-. ;74 --- A ,. - - -- -., 4 -.. ,,,,,
t ,,,, : ,.
-. , 4 .1. , -,,, --.-
1 sr, ,
' "':' --,k-s-,,,,,, 1 t .- w,
, t r''''' ltdy
yAg .. t Olin
'-.- ' ) I ,,, .? 44. -,-,.,,t. 4,.
,,,,P, 4 ,. Saul
s : I
. -...... 't.- able
: ,.- -t- far
I. ::',:li; ;. 4,, -. 4 a I
....-.0,-:7y, '' ,I? sPre
. e I
4 ,.,:-Ak:.:;,::: .:' ,,, Milli
-, 4 ss : :
... ' -':.:,.:4.- ,...ok:,-.4, 4. 4 -, Rusi
', ,44:, ii.
,4 ::. :!: : k i Tr61
,: .4.' '''.....,,:,..1' .. : ,--,,B4
t:-,-.: ;4..1, ,4. ,-- ,:: :,, '? ,": at
4 4 ..:.::: 'Z',...,..."'' 7''' Me'S
-4-4--,ss..4;4:: : :.: ,i s.:?..: '''.1 Ca!,1!
- ,,, ,, 4,, '-', -, ,,:.' ...-- "'; :, '',,,' 0 s :' s'.''.. i :',,,,,,o, M.1
.is: ..,,,e, ,: k '-, :': ,;:: 44.,4,...., ,,,'n:: 4s: :::k.:',., '-''',.:,:::, :.4:...,::. vi IV
'It !.-:':.4:::;:.74...--...t.:'' :.::.: .:i::....
-.:.'..:'.;-.!::;::..s,.&..kai' ."''..'Z :';,:.:::r: :.::',4:''..kiAt .::,.::.4 :::4,1: ,:N In IJ
,f: :,':.::::4:':..::::......'.:.:..:::: ,4'. ',....,'',.7.,;::r.,.:ii.,::
, ,44,iio..4::A:,1,-11-- .25i:,:::,
'-' IIINCOMMONOMMIIIINEUNSW .: ..
- ''''" '' 4.0k,k,.;ia:'4.4:i.U-g,,,...0,:i-i..t..,.,..,..vt.V o .,
' ,, i
, , '''' e f, re
1 -71r xr,-:,44z -
IMIllir:Strr2Z;ZESC-9.4541 PAIIAidA ALUXILICAN 111.1.11101INT &LILT REIVIPAPIII PAO!!
- kvirAIN ki raj, r znkivrai,. 1 1WILf Con
BERTA DE MUSOZ CHAVEZ
CARMEN R. DE SALAMIN
LILIA T. DE PRIETCIL4RD
PAOLA DE GARCIA
. BERTA G. DE MORENO
. rt rt,
, rt, Ylq ,, ,, SUSANA DE LINIACH
I by ASK HOW YOU TOO
rion lp --gli
lwen CAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY FREE
,, 1 .,, k ,(, ,.w dee I tsn
Iiii glut garniture and Nome ail' "lain Store
i. ,; ,t, nil 4th of July Ave. fe 1111 St Tel. 14725
txrd altering Philip) pz-:,
,I re re,,,,
,,,, re,,,, 411, ,,,,,B
tv. bilz'tiiriiii ii aufa ad MIMS.
fl 0 Relights veiled legen Ms Imes lbe sew. 'N
,, It L Ogoolliedie, but es Oat deoP ,,,
T. 0" , .. -:,,,L NNNER SETS ,
,. ,,,,,,,,,1,,,, TEA SETS
E ef- ..;,,,,,,t.
DEMI TASSE SETS'
.. ...iri. 3,,,
'-. , ,,,,
1 ., .
. :. .
1 , : ..401. .-;:',--;
t '-' Zit:v4z....;., .,,if :".',,,,
i :':.:IN::':.',.::::';::':"17H';:Lw'ya""'H'H.4"'"':H:,....t...,etNAI::' :: 4:''. 4::::1...:3...i.:14.7:.:.,:,::::....:'"f':.::';,,::.1.,1-:i:.1:4..:1:1;,,..::':' '1:. :. '10 01. : N ''S'It''','''
3 ti6',,,,,:.:,,:,;,'"''''r-44,,,&,,,41,0.,.::,- '',.7.
s, ,,,Q4Cr,WW-0.,0;:,iiit.OVIitt; It
it r..,o,...U11.2:0440440;,:m.Mot F
lb, .180,,,,...c,,,,,,,,,,;;;:;..c f 6
'.......tWOVISoitt'Sstii '-'.7 i :: s.',. 4
N. 10, 1100triz,4400;;,;;, ,.,:::. 4,,
' iji '''''
w,,,, .. .0V. i:.:;,(45!,,,,:' :; '. .,,. ?;
' 0, Is
dith ;011 I
0 ',',:, ,p,.04ii..-411. .. J
. '' '-111,1
-,..., ,...---......... .....
. Poom1 I 111"11V 111110kIrDe
. "7-- 04,6.1, ,...
, ,,,, .., ,'' .- -,' .,-" ''''''''. tl
, , )o,
'1 I '' '' aril i
- 4i, i,
-'."--- .4 0., ,2111.110 I' .-.-. if'
. is-,,,.-, ',en. (0 jilt
, 14 1111 ) V -.
t -4- 44 10 -, 0 dion.,
t 0 4.: allito ,
,e,-....---..-"-,,,--..,,,,.-,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,..,-, -,,,,,,--- 4,-,,--- .,. ,, , ., , ,,.....,
. - ' ,', -'. : .. ''.- . -- ' ' '' -- '
t ,, FAQ", FOUR
TEZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDINT DAILY X11112111Z2
, moNpAl', NNE rt, 1.9310 --
----..-..........-.o..---......,.........---.---.-........--...-..-,o,...........-....,,..-o,.......,m--o..o.ommm.i..opnb.i -..goo.m,.......,..wwao,.m..!...,m.o...,..o. ...,....m............ 1
octa and them Lie
. -,.- , "- 17111relk Tor nem service . , : ,, ....-- ........
iii g vv. AVVVI AVVVI,
, AVVVI, ,..
. .7. : ., .. ,...: :, ,:.
' ., ... .. ,...
. .. ...
,1,-.?. AP, ti 4ramsks 4'4'4 l'"" 11 Lemedelleymatters iso ......I.A.Jetnht:tRed t:yra' tail. calget.italitti: :...r'' i,,,,,...t.' ,,,
. ., .. ,:e.:...,..; ....!
; 3.4.1 I ,.I.0 is amitd p.,14 i
13 Ramble 1-11,..IVILIssio -' isizill 1 yoggig ,t, , gly
16 Accustoms clivirwart oirliatimia , iii.Q11711, i'', -
15 Went back 20 Intimidate ; 1 VAIII1S'-',,
,. A sit la mama 4 bill. "fy Panama 2-0740 w 207,4I latiamii 8:00 .1 10 4.. ..,4.
17 Excavate 22 Verses 35 New York 4 Intestinal -- Q I .. - ::
,; -. ',
18 Getman citY 24 Vehicles lake (pistils) 4A113
rav.isAitlired Meson 19 Vilify
. . .. .
.. . .. .. .
.. . .. . ..
BSwaillryba.11 NAM :
40 8Septhicenres of 4885
' ' ' ;:. .., : :1.. ,.,,,-, ., ...,.....,,,,,
! 7; '-' .1.!...'''fk;..-.-'rti!i:::::::::.i.I.!',!,'!'!:.:'',:'-'I:,'':,!-:!'-:!:!iii'!'gl''','''4i'!!,I,,-.;;!,''"'L'4''::11'r.,!:r!;!:t!::!t'!:!"I't:illrriri-',4!7:7':i"!.!4.-'''!rYrr,'''''!'',;'I'r7,'-'::trtrigiri:,4",,:::',!ii,;;:'ks;:l,!i'6', MA rMr; irv...nd'aFn6oMr WEST EAST
A Nona . AXIS -'
!arc Allred Moxon of 22; Vacuits7i.Please i865 FAlleumnscuaeissentmreoeinstsring 43 Fine cotton 31 Musical
' '..: A, .. 't 1 .e.,,..: : :. .4,....,,.... .'.
1' ;.::'.;'.::."'::: : ::.S.,.:::'''::.:::':''''.:';:g:ill:-::V'i.OKW:'''':::::::::-:.'::,0:&,11":::4,Me::Mr hita Falls, Texas, have ar- IPRQ.I07 10 10 4 3 .,.. '',.,I4,!''''' '! !!!''--- '
- !'''' '!!-:'!""-!"'4"'Ww!'--'''''''!"4-t!!'0!,!'!'7?!,!!'!!!'r:-.!!!:!!.,!!. '.::!!'!'!A,04.4.)--,A:..seN.,:::.,i,,,..,,,. ic
J 10 4 3 7 3 2 N.,. :: :..
30 sVioclic4no in 45 roertbiarthining t2 cisuethilstYsto. a
7983. , Q105 0
t!':'::t'!4''P'44'H...!''"sl"'I'!'-!'?"t'.!'--'1!1!(t!'''!'O"l:!!!'!'i!':''!:!Z....;,,','''':-!': f!.,'::::hIftli'4.,."51e,,,t1::3V,:',14"-.friP.,; -. riveu for a visit with his Mother, 24 intredlisiehntcakes
!:,, ::,.,...1:!.j!illtillitt:iiiiiiiiotiii4r,:,,!-!1:.::,:',:...N.,,.7.1...,::ii.::.. ,i;Vii..-,:4-.,,.i?,,,,::::i.:A.,..,::i.plta- mrs. Esther Moxon ol Curunclo 27 awaY 31 Ooze
, ':.:;.,: .--
29 Shoshonean 33 Lateral parts 46 caruevPPlits a 11017TH (D)
-. -" 7..
I .gN;!A-',V:-INi;g3:ji,:.,.,i,:.,,---:.-: :':::'..V,10.?::,.:14Pitt:ii,'5-ii,.;,:.:14:i1,1,1,' Ile,..ights:.They are also visting Mis
Indians 88 P(BrOnib2Uti
' A100543 .,.. ..
t . .
'' t'lliltWI!I!Vf:!!!!':''''' ,.;;,,,,i.,r.,,,..: ,,,,,,;,,,,1....1!,,,:sig,;! sisigr, Dirs. Wilham E. Burns and
, I t ',.......,,,,,,)- !.-.,- .,:,... ....4,
- ,..,,,..,...:,...., ,
- .,,,, ,.., ...
I,: k,A4W!:';'!'!-;0',!!. ''
'. 4, f .,::',-!,'-'::!,.--!.'',-.,',.'-..-;,.,,1!...'..,',!,:!,..:.:4'''f;!: Mr. tiurns of t'aitilla; and his
: '''''''''''"'::1:::::I;0.....,.. uncle, Leon Greene, oi La Crest. 32 Ascended JAIN ingluix mail
....... ... ,. .. .
. :,......: ...:......::,..,..,.,...
I -, ,,,.,,,,, .,,,,,,,....-,..,,,,- .,. ....,,....
4 K 7
j 4:!-!!!!t!Pi.:p..!.,,,....s.,' Or,11.. ...:
' ;!-.'-','!..!-''!!!,,!!''','" Mr. moxon was graduated early
11111111111 rily 11 .................. ..
., ,,,:.:.:...4...,.,,,, ,... r ''''. ''': '''::;.,5?i,,,i::.4..: tills year from Midwestern lint
, East and West vulnerable
.. .. ..................
t,,... !:!-I:Ufi,,,,:... -. :. .,40!)' 4:1. 1 .1 38 Snow vehicle 1
South Welt North East
,:,.::i,,;,,:itik,:..4... 41,,i,........- .. 1..:!' t.'.,'Ilf ,k2,;:iO:.:1,':r.::.:ii,::.,,,,.. versity at Wichita ealls, a.nd
IME11111111 111 I St Pau 3 A Pass ...... ..... . .,... ......: ..........,....,.....
---- -!0:!!,-;', ...;112 '-, ..:!!!!!!,i:!;!.!!.0..i!:.;.!,::.!,..,.!....::..
' .- !......,..-
14.!!:,;:!.ii,.,44,4..,:,J0, 4.-4,1 !.! -i4 .- 39 Bargain
41 Cat I; '' V d' :-:::
! -, .: ::.;:::tV'i::4.!'..i '.,: .: :- 0 i.&.! :i:;,,, :::i;''.:., ...4::,:: : :;...
r ,'-';'',',:'':' i.' .)..::',,:; no w working On his master
a t 42 Relative 4 N.T. Pau 0 IP Pam !,!;.s.,,,,,!!.,!.:Iiiii.. :,,,!1!!!!!!'!!!!': !, ,,!. --- .......
" :,,,,,,.. .:...,!....,....
1:-- '!'!att!:0,,,k-:''! ''' !:4.-,4!!!:..i-...a!'!;,:!4!:.!!!!V.-j!...:.
0:! !?,:!,ai,i!,!!!.!!!?..:!,,,::::: j....$"::.k.,!:!.,,!!,:!!-:!,!!:,!!,!!A:!"!:!.:...i!:,,,,,:47,;.,?,d ,, ::::::0,:,...,m,y;, gree in chemical engineering
.A!,:..p:4!,!,,,.. North Texas State University at
:!,!;,...,!,,,.!!-!,:t!!!!!Q Denton. (ab.)
44 Check 1111M111111 5 N.T. Pan a 4 Pass
6 4 Pass Pass Pass '-.'-!:,-,!,X,':!!,!!!!t4-!?.:.,'2,... !!,!!!!:::::!!,!-3.,!!,!,, 4 ,! 40, .4, !!,!...,43-,.!1:!!:!!,-!1!,,,?!:.i,,..":"!::'...
!7: :!. v-?t.,- -!. ., ..,!.....!!!!..:,:.--,ii.!!,!!:,,,;:!!!!;:i!,!!!!!,;:!!!:!.!!i:::0''!!?!!!!!i,.!:!,..
1 ::'--1"-;:!!:,!0.!N7'S... ....".rtg!,:!!!4:111!!!!-1::.4;0-''N,''.":"7:'::'::"::!:'f-',:!!,0...t,:;!!.-:,;:.,1.,!.t.:;..-.,
f, k'.' ''Q! '''' 1...,.....:,..,,!,,,.,4,.0.,,;:::,:i!!,!'!'!!!N.!;,,:-!!!!!.:?070;i "A'!!!,;!..Vg. 46 Letter
Opening lead-1f IC
;!!!A',,!,!,,!!!!!!!-!!"..,i,",!,!,. ..!,,,,t,,;!,i.:!7!',"!!!!,1!.,-.i,!... 4 "'"11:-!!!;-:,;.!,!!!!,,.'.!;:i!,- ' !
' -:::: ''''' !'!"' -'';';'... !!3!!!-'-,,:-::.!:.:;,--;,-; :!!..:,!.....!.!:!:!':,'.,.
'1,!,!!!-:!'!,:,:;0;', Miss Davidson Weds 49 Italian poet 11132 515:11 v-3 -Algirillir wilairAkill' NM
0.1wqr .:-A.,. :.,:.-:.'S :.:;1.fti4;,,-:5 .:'1!::4 :i;, ....!,,,, . ':i'Ll'4:ie,!:'.i'-t,e 1 .
, :Ma: :!iil.:1;;PC ; Ins. Joseph Scrabis 53 Babe
... .. ...
54 Feellhg ' The expert keeps a lot el tools
.' f --,mtib.:!,...
!;4.,--,0:,.;,4!:!5:::::,!...!," At Quonset Point, R. I.
58 Beginner III .111
Nt;,..:'i?:' '':-:::' :,-,.s- .:- -,:$':':: ,'!' :1: :";:'' ( ''.ii.::::.;:::;..-':.4::-1 ''
. 1;1. r?:..:::..:1;...,isYti:::.:.::. :::.:::.,.,..,:' ; ,.....:..L.:1)4i::',.i:'::::.!;,::.:::',.':'''iso:6''':::....'fr4NI:.:',4,64.0.:... '''''''''::?,.;69.:.:.::::',1':'Iii.,,;::. Sx..i11111., daMugishster Aonfis4nr. Rancidss
0,,,,,,) m rDs .a vsi dt us oil nr
;87 Oirl'sDnoamminet imi, 11,11r. a, fina, lilts, tidhe'. 10:cell ;life d t hilt t enit yo s t put as ye :
Some of these safety plays aro ..,...P .
':Vi::::::.::,, Th. .,,,..:!:':,, ,-.1 .,&,i::.: ...i:.::::.A, N ",.. 1 kt :::ii.:44:::a
''4::.:::ii.:!.e..?: '.'''' .:''''''''''''''S::OiW:;:::.:K?:::!?: U :':.. . .'':i,:.:-: .: (.:
(1::::''..1.''.1..:.iP':':.i..ill:' :;;I: .::.':.::i':..:. ''.........'::.'i17 ::'.:.';:....::.. ii:-H'':.4..::.::':..:':':'::':"1.:.: ::::;:. .14";;F:::.31 li'43!,11;:i?!. Ross Davidson of FOirt EAmsaidhorat,
!.,.......,,a ,..,iiiii: ,:4,. -...... :,:...,. Irm:,:.,:i,:i...,:?::H.: :,,:?.-... .:.4,.,,A",,:fti became the bride o n i Liz 16 '' Llti Ili sure things and will work against .... .. ... ,....:,,.,.,.:!:,!",:!inktiii,,,,lii-!!-4-iiIiliaa,,,,ilio,. .- :. ,,,,,,,,,j
ti iliti,11 ..it:.::.:-.:-.::.-:':.:.... .:,,,!!.':'..:Miiii':;!.E.!.1...::.::,igia.,:. ,410;:tfa Joseph R. Scrabis in a nupt a 59 ---- and heir
1 60 Gaelic
li- 9 10 1 11
61 Dregs Glil wanilyi csiolimpbliynagtiiovne Thee aerds. OtivIrS
spell tne Costume Jewelry which is not kept- cloak quickly lose. Its.
1 ' '.:,-;1-':.:- '::"-: '::','::::'':': '::::,''''' '':''' ''14,',.:,,4::::::'..,::'A4'.:i,;::':As if,k,:,'W.,A?:'4 service Saturdsy at the Dixie
, fpaukowurkle mountabripyllhinee. This 'girl gives Don a !fart sudatmal:
1. '' .:''':4:.;iyfi.':'. .':i.':::' ,f:,:?:..':.....: ...,:::,4::.,,,.,...4,44::,w-.,:p::::. ::cw.,,,z,o.N.,,,... Kiefer me
1, DOWN all11111111 111 i bersotdcaliya,i;ce for .his contract.
water, using a soft broab to bring up
I :'.: Aiiti::...:."'',. : ',..'i':..::.:',:',.i:::1.:.:.::i.i7:4 :':::OfiC''....:4:!::4:;,'?.:::','',.. '.'.::,.;':::;:'',,.:,':':'::.',:',',' ,;:,';','-A.,,:,,''''?.0.:',:41,1A:':'',.:;?,::t.c:"2 Naval Air Smtartloant, QChhoahPseeitt PoUibSt., 1 Learning MIMI 1
''..M.q::::.:. ::.. :-,. "YP;A-..': .: .::-.'..,. ..,,.......:,.:!:,,., ':.'::4,,,OPA:if.;;;',0:..0.''
;','. :'...;.;;'i':. ,..,:,,iAifyp ''' ,;(0:4;,,V....,: R. I,
'".""st --! '!.. :.!!--!:-. -4!';'Alg?k,a0710-.L4'4.,,Siai, t,'4';!....!!.,.! -,.-,y.,,,..A..,!..,,, 2 Beverages lit 7 hand illustrates one of
' ihtlin tilrfiliris a Etfatvt vd au. OA,s
any 11 410.k, tfl..kr,f,' LGAL, .1 3.1 J.,U
Ait 4 bill.' s. PAWS& 2-0740 w 24741
,,i4,:fm:::)T '''' Alla"
- ..,...::,....,:, ,,,::',:,i,,i-41,..Iiir '.':'4":::-:V!':;e.;..,:.:41'$114,41,4:.
... .I.,:.:,....:i,::,..:4 :::. vAlk,c1:4..., ,::.: :::1::, y ,i:',:44'0..,""On
',x-,: sl'h,:::ii,:iF' "'',7,:7 .4 ,;:::'.:. .,..V.ii:4:,iiA:is.Wr,q
1 -: ilali:f!.:.::':::'::., .:,, Ifi,H.:4i.:::',;;;I--P': . .: .,,. ,.A. iOti.::,': :;'':i'';1:0:titik
::' ;;:ani,:::,,,.: :': ::::-,,:: :::".4.,..1Pk:;:::'" ''' :' 21,4,,,,P,' :::40,Voo.o4v.A"::
y. ,,iii.ci:,::,k:: .::,:q::;4.4.7,, :. ':: :;:-.,:,...,4..i,.,K.:0.:4R6s.',,TIL'ft,4;AAM.,.::
::,. ,...;0:K,-,,5.-.,,:,:, ,.H:.i:,::::m:a;.:,: ::;.::,.!ii....';p1S-53:;1-;-4-44 '11r.;Niii44::,,;7:,-
-: v;-,' ''::.:2: '''';'1A'ITTqf-::,.:? : :: : '-' :' ;':,:,,f -t::4.Ift.l.'7..em;:',.:
-..,,,"4.,'34.,:,"::'W-it,,m4:A,: ... :::. ::::'..,,i,,, ':-':-.4 iit'-'44,;;,,.'-,.-4:::,,w;: '.1,: :yi:
'''fi'z,---t:',4:-,:,',Nkii6-4',;'-: Afr:, :! :::::", :::-4,N6A,AS:::;.16444 .-,:i ',
.' ''tk:io':f':''::,';.:::tawiNk'm,Pk;iI'toi:.!:;,:.,,,ot1:tir'.-:eKai,:Ztsr.,.e:,. :-,J
,, :',. ....414.ic i....w.faNty:y:E:w4:::"'',4,"-:: .,:;,44:41;,?,,,::::ioleig';'::::::.:: :1 ".,
:. '::,T.,.;::::00 ;$1'.4-":1:.::.tt'4,,. r: ,,,'-!:::t,7!"':.:-. ,,rvaliu-:'
f 45Vii ::lk:,'):::::::f;,,:s.,:i::,:;.,,,,.....:!...:::::....;.?i.i.. ,.114,:,,.... .: :;.::::,', :;',:!:tv:Iiii!tit.:
.,Ii.,i :w .. :::::';!::,.,? .'-s: :'.i...f0:.k."i-:::,;:K:i',-::-::: : ::::::5'1A1:::ve$04.AX
ix- ...,,.:,,......:.:5 . .. ..: :.-,,i;.,:,:,:i.:i,,,:',-', ,::::;':., :: ::..:::::W:: ..,...0..):$1,:::::::!::,
I.: X :,- .:.;-::-?: . : : ,:w.,:, ..:...,:....:,:.: .,. :.:,::!::::::,:::i:,:?...,,i,.: .:?.. $i.:,..:Pii:''''S;,,:, 4.::),;::-7,
, ::a,,,,:?m,:i:,,,,.: ,:ii.,:,i,,:1-f.',4:4: :ii,V$V. ;?if...e,:
I 4, ..... .. l k.,,,:,....,-,,e,.. ::.,,,,,tf,:::0';',?::'; :,f ,:.,,.::: e... ,..,,..: ::
. :, 44::,,,,:. : : :. ;:::::,:,4,:t::,,:,..-,vf::,:,..,1:4:'':::?:::.:.,:'!' :::h '.::, .:h ',:,,:.;','..:,,, ::,...:i:i
::i,. 11.'::,?...4 ; ', .:.::0::::!:::',:',...1'::',,,4,;:.li,::::.iiii ,'.:;:ii::'.:i..,,' ,,....;':::'..............
:''.(' ..:.:::::: :.tUlkii,aiiIIMA:',.:!' ':
0, FORMER ISTIIII
BRIDE IN LAG1
Mr. and 1
'. Ala., announct
- to James Anti
Jones of Gull
and Diablo li
,i The wedd
.t, the-Sea Epise
I I The bride
q barna Polyteel
4 . Mr. Jones
f Alabama Poly
1 Phi Kappa 'Zi
1. ant industrial
,, Opelika, Ala.
i I. 41....4............,......
0 l r
' s; It 11
. -. )
moss BusgMARY CHANCEY Miss Mary R. Littlefield of Pro- !'''1::401N j 1 OM
by Dorothy Kil !gotten I South did not -'
4 -;,,t, et,,:o. 4..7: believe in safe& i
vidence, R. I.; were bridesmaids. t '.. 1
0 plays. He went right up, with the ","'' "4,,,,- ''''':"4-lat,,,,,:.:' ' ,,,'41r ...''''", 1
Their dresses were aqua bouffant
ER ISTHMIAN JAMES A. JONES TO CLAIM over taffeta, ind they carried , ace of spades at trick two and is IA 44V :' : 0 : :0:,"1,,:f::: ,:: .:: : : : 'i.:1!. ''''.,;00,..,,,,4Iti::: S0.,a
E IN LAGUNA BEACH, nA., NUPTIALS baskets of daisies. Their head- still Moaning about hit horrible 4 ,1 --e- '..: 1 --"-"I''''4.,::-,-f :::'Iwit"1,141,,.,,Itlit, '1
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Augustus Chancey of Birmingham, Fnigecedsaswieesr.e fashioned of match- (Dorothy Kilgallen Is on vaca- track of- us, championed our melt.
Hon. Her guest columnist today Canal. 'nil fidelity on the part ite. '.4,,:,:::--: ,s,
--. to ,,,,,,, ,",r5:777,,.g,t,,4mt!,,,,, ...,:.;:i : si,
, ,,,,. :::: :: 1 N.
. it 1
, announce the engagement ot their daughter, Rosemary. Attending the bridegroom was is bandleader Stan Kenton.) of fent WAS trtle for all the
ma or an S. ,.,
'ernes Anthony Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Horace his brother, Robert Scrabis, of Al Ales
es Ales of Gulfport, miss., former residents of pedro miguel bany, Ushers were Lt. (ig) Ed- STAN DENTON WRITES Then, in 1948, the trend began
:-:,:o: :::: :. ':-:: 1 0 e: ,:,..:.:: ,:,:::i,:: -4.,-;.
Diablo Heights. ward C. Davidson, brother of the
t the P reversing. The first signs were
Q-4-The bidding hat been: ':'4,;','.' ':::,:''''''-, "11'. te, '," ,,,dell '' ::1;,: .: ::::e'';:.: v s"
1111KEIRDSM4-010 I 4' :"'":0: .:''':::',!:'. ''',Nti, itifkr-''':':?',-: : 8:;:k7:,-N:..,,O: l'
The wedding is planned for July 3 at St. Thomas-bY- bmrledke; ItMbeir.t; Liannddemmarnonidof vWooarr; beCcroemaetivae tmhtubsgicotin thAemepriacsatt will iben ethame eretheaortdaingge; afinedidiathVoecratibisatbs south west North. use
.:::?: ,: ,-,: ,....;::'!::!:; 1.01...ari :4, ''' :;i4:' '''
Sea Episcopal Church in Laguna Beach. Fla. ,::.-, -ks :,;,;4;:f::' rt :.:::- w'::: 1
eople do not rise up tom hassle with a name bandleader, I do. Pass 2N.T. Pass ler :::: :;...:, ::,: ,v,4..::.:,,,,- 140,4,ta,it,:-:: 1.,'
The bride-elect majored in advertising design at Ala4 I The officers' club ,,,iit Quonset their cushions of smugness and the recording Companies started 3. do Pass 3 N.T. Pam 4 ;:,':. : '; ::: '::: :: ;''::: -..;'':'N:;F:::::: ;:f
bsigndingthup singers, usbingkstudlltio y e :::,:- ,.,-:::::;:::'-:, 0, t,::;,,,,a. .,.,:,::, : ,, ,o,
ia Polytechnic Institute. ::::: ::::: f::;:-,:-.- :: :::::,017111' ''':;::: -::::- ''a,
' 'Point was the scene'lof the wed,; turn off their television sets of
- an s at gave no ac ta You, South, hold: !:',:::,:: :14: ,;:::,i6,A ,,i' ::::::::,, : e .:::-,:,::: -,::.,
all part at the fif. but meekly followed orders. When 4A Q t II SSK I X II Glat I $ lv: : 4A::,NAq,, 04,::,-- .,-::'t 'All'5: A 1
ding reception. ,, :::i::::
Mr. Jones was graduated ,from Balboa High School and After a wedding trip, the new- co S m in p c I e ac t e h n e cye. Y 1950 rolled around the big 'band What do you do?
oama Polytechnic institute, where he was a member of lyweds will make their home in ties, the development of music :,',ft :;:,:i!':::,:.;: ':,W,:::. ,:i'-0,;,Rect:, oi :;,:ir''' :r'':::- ; e
Kappa T.au fraternity. He is now employed as an assist- Little Creek, Va. in this country has been left business, for the m' ost part, wag A--pase. you, have lg poliits :: Ak i,ii,:. ::0:,,-. ,, -,-,..-A::t-,::::, : 4,7 .. ,
Lel !nor baseartnheorwitis
industrial engineer at the OMM Radio Company in almost entirely in the hands oi dead.
nolinntetsresrt l''''' ':''' '''' ..:. ::: :h'.:. ' ... ' '
lika, Ala. ICONTINUID ON PAO FIVID Nt.:,:';::::., :i,::.:-,;;;;'!!:.';'.., ;:::::'14:. :''',, ',Val' ;:::-,,,,,''::',V :''s
there is anYthing WrOng with the music industry, one disLurb- In either of your suite and you
our nation's youngsters. Not that Analyzing. this short histor.Y el
,,,-, ., -,:, ,.:::::1:ii,,,,,,,,,,:::,:,:,:, : ,! itig t,,,,,,,ki: :i::::.1,:ro. ,;;,
to ing factors rears its ugly head: ehould abandon all thought of a
--aaa--.a-,-a---aaa-,..a-a--,a--.a.----,..--.-..,-.a,...,aa...aaaaaaa............ -ur c .,,,., - , ,,., -, ,,, ,--
,'s-1,,',e,,t.,:,,; '11::,:,:',,,:',J, '',...."'",' ,..'''I ,-, ''-',-, ... ,!,,, ,, -,,, ,, .-,;,, :: ,,
1, have tilil2dyreeanr;.oldt's
dijeutastte ththaet cul-whenever the band .business was ,111.1.',,n14 , ,,,
tural qualities and levels of so good, our Coustry.-seas emit ,, ;.,,,,, ,,,,,- ,,,, ,,,,,
--avuArn;QuzlITION ,,,!,:- 1.3I1::441I,1,:-,11 t,,,. ,:!il:iPtiO':' :"' :., :
ri basic and important an art as some crisis or another. In the t;
!instead of bidding three no- ' :1:N:f:N.,:, '.::,. -t.,1:,.:-,:,:,:?,--r.,'
I music, is like allowing a person twenties it was Prohibition, in ,,,
trump your partner has Jumped
the thirties it was the De ression -.4;:. '',,,.: -.:,',,',. ".' ...."::"
1 with one year of pre-medicat col- f to four spadel. What do you do
1 lege experience to tell a doctor and in the forties, Wor d War tow?
IL Though the world today is .- .. :-
f.:,,, .." S 1 ,. '
iil 01181DULD gy.Lligg what the medico may or may not
prescribe for his patients. The h
supposed .to be in sue a preca- .,
'ous ()salon with the threat of
results, in either case, are basical. I'l p Anawer tomorrow t ',-- ,-,--
:, -- -..,
il ri ly the same. In the latter, the pa- war always present, the people
o our country arenot unsettled,
tient may die. In the former, our f
,' and are optimistic about the fu- Meet.
1 n g ..
,f fly the finest 8 flights weekly via music will stagn te
a and to all
ture. There is
a steady rise in our .. ..
k?,:i!:' :1:::r:::::::.: :,, ,.,:,.',.,-
I intents and purposes, die.
How did the state of mimic economy. With this feeling of Beginners Spanish Class ::::::V:' '!1,! ''''' ;,::!W:, i:'-,1 '', ..,,., :':::A:'-':'!':
,11 ID LE21 A bilg g g g sink to this level? Let's fotlow selfeoniolence has come the re-, The Spanish Conversation class :PM? '::.','-,,,t:::4:st,,: ''..:''' : ':'-''''' '.,,
0 it's course for the past 30odd I
cess on in the band business. for beginners will be held at 7:30
Radio, which at one time was th' :::::0,.1:,:(4, ,', ',1': ,-'": l': ':--'' ::::""::,'..:.'"PI:''''
years. is evening at the VSO-JWB ll''''''
jr i lk saw th "Jazz A e.', the life blood of any band, has Service Center. The public is in in-
- in- turned into a pitchman's medium.
The 1920's e g 'toted to participate. ... :
::.: 1 44, :-!4?ve::::44-, ';,'...', :,, '':::'''''
'gsLil!1111,to.." Prohibition was in effect and was The Advertising agencies dictate ':- :ti;:l : ::4 "'!::4;ic:,::''''''-"',-,,,,"-:,r:t.:'
bitterly resented by a public what a p r o g r a m' s f o r mat NEW TRA-NSPORT ARRIVES ::: :::(4:::,:,.,t ..,:-,-:,,.. 't,--:"4::''','-, '''',..;',.7..'
I ---"'Irao-. which had come through its first should be. and what was once a ,, .--,., , ,- ,,,
'ow :,, eoussomareme world war a major power, but well-rounded format has turned SMYRNA, Tenn. (11131)--Phe
Allta Wag treated in its OWn country Into the "Top 40" of grunts, &at C-1308 prop jet combat
11 like a child. The people chose groans, weird sounds and other transport plane was delivered to ,.,.
what they considered their only gimmincks. Yet who can blame the Air Force here :::::::,.:: ': :." ::,.:: :". ,i'''':7:':'i:;::.' :14b,403
recourse: rebellion. Speakeas i e s thead agencies? With the lack of Lockheed Aircraft Corp. The four- BIC SOMBRERO FOR LITTLE PONCHO-tles4ri-year-old
rt71 r inj TToriorr flourished, bootlegging was big- adult interest in music, spinsort engine craft was the first of about
ger than most legitimate enter must aim their shows at young. 75 On order by the Air Force, Gary McConwell has hard time balancing buge straw eombrero
in Casper, Wyo. Gary played "Little Poncho" in ochool operetta.
prises and jazz came into its own. sters. If the youngsters want ate Coast Guard and Marind Corps.
; Jazz was a natural for this age. imalistic, repetitious music which '''
, Its beat made vople forget they offers nothisg esthetically, why -,
were breaking t e law-unpopular not give it to them? MI that is "-
, as it was, but still the law. Jazz asked in return is that they pur-
i rinjii 5111firi 0 T ( t) rj stirred the imagination. It drove chase the products advertised. Fresh as all Outdoors!
4 musicians to strive for new Isn't that all that is asked of their
1.; heights in musical expression. It parents who have their eyes glued .....F,,o. CLOVERB1.001111 BUTTER 7 '
1 131111131 LIOUSTOTI DALLAS encouraged experimentation, in- to their television sets?
novations. Bands like Paul white- The immediate outlook for A- ,,,,a-soialit, ,,,,,,v ..- ,
man's held sway because of their merican music is pretty dark. cwb--Ip A3N-Ne-'
exciting sounds; they gave ,the Unless those people who so voci- ,,, male A,,( PURER FIN:ER RICHER
. public what it wanted. ferously complain about the N.
The 1930's found the country quality of today's music actually ,....,1711-10,,OsiA4- .
gofct SeAvice in the midst of history's worst de- campaign for what they want.
. pression, and paradoxically also they will have to become accus- r cwirr
at the height of its big band tomed to the continuous deeay 0
business. The Casa Loma Band, in the musical standards of our
I Benny Goodman, Artie Show, the country. However, if you, the pu-
Dorsey Brothers, Harry James. blic, lift yourself out of your
all made names for themseives lethargy and indicate you want
nights listaug haat Latin America during this period. People may our misical culture to climb once ,.
. .. -
, have worried about where the again, it will.
next dollar was cbming from yet
they were able to support-and at, SHIRT PRICES UP
i I El Herod, DC-7C; a peak-the music industry. NEW YORK (UPI)-Mannattan ' BOBBY the 'Owl says
q limit oleNner 'inking
i ths Arosrices ),E1E,
Pillff, 4 This ourge in band popularity Shirt Co. has posted a 25-cent
carried over into the early for- retail price increase on its $4
ties. When 1 formed my, band shirts citing wage boosts as the
in 1941, we found that our fang chief reason for the move. Other i 9 P
Don,t forget 'our
1: ill Conquistador, DC-61 1..76'4141 were much like avid baseball en-lbig manufacturers are expected to
I el' inte -
. knearkees 4--eepgine service tsa thuslasts. They were loyal, kept make similar price advancet. e
: SOOOTA . non-dop! ,. ie.. .' 1
3 flights weakly 6,Sis
, Get the one and only A i'L'.
Monday. Wednesday 7 BRA Af
4.,,- 4 Wei
, GRAND.i opEN1NG
ii and Friday S 4-'17.; ' '''' : 4,0,
t First class end tourist 4 I i red rNse &ill; i',, GERM-FIGIITING TOOTHBRUSII Saturday, June 27
,. ',,t;, y
I gq4:4p,01 A I R, wA Reaches you Surgically Sterile! Sit t
e re going to give away a iot of wonderful prizes
i Radar-aquimmd flights. gif3 Made to stay Aotivoty Anti. ,
septic tot up to 4 months hi use!
Inhibits or destroy& ALL tnel
, SEW your bit
1 ,,. ,0 ei
,, of germs that fall on m hold to it!
' TRAWL AGENT If ,o, i i SO rants 2 m SaLullthli ,atatt qd ijoith hall&
Ete env a 1 those t Zeut
MISS ROSEMARY CHANCEY
FORMER ISTHMIAN JAMES A. JONES TO CLAIM
BRIDE IN LAGUNA BEACH, nA., NUPTIALS
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Augustus Chancey of Birmingham,
Ala., announce the engagement of their datighter, Rosemary.
to James Anthony Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Horace
Jones of Gulfport, Miss., former residents of Pedro Miguel
and Diablo Heights.
The wedding is planned for July 3 at St. Thomas-bythe-Sea
Episcopal Church in Laguna Beach. Fla.
The bride-elect majored in advertising design at Alaf
bama Polytechnic Institut e.
Mr. Jones was graduated from Balboa High School and
Alabama Polytechnic Institute. where he was a member of
Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. He is now employed as an assist assistant
ant assistant industrial engineer at the OMM Radio COMMtny in
- 4 1
. )4 1
1 )1 I
ti 3: C:
. I f
or ony el
it ti Panama
in Cipiont 11
El Dorocio, DC-7C;
&mit oirNner finking
ill Conquistador, DC-61
lenrievs 4-engine service
11000TA . non-slopt
3 flights vrekly
First class send tourist
et ay el those
Aroothis 14 (71voili 214-30
El Panama Winn
Talophone 3-1660, 3 4726
in Coolant 10th St. 1, Front Ave.
tolophonyt 779 ar 797
StoniH serves mare
, , .
, ,: .: ..
, ,. ,
fly the finest 8 flights
follittli 110USTOTI DALLAS
nights tiotaaghatit Latin America
anaier cities in the U.S.A. and
. . than any other akiinel
isineass 8:00 dud 10 411m emit
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Maxon
Arnve' For Visit
Mr. alio !arc Alfred Moxon of
ichita Falls, Texas, have ar arriveu
riveu arriveu for visIL with his mother,
Mrs. Esther Minton Curundu
Heights. They are also fisting ms
sister, Mrs. William E., Burns and
Mr. Burns of t'aitilla, and Ms
uncle, Leon Greene, oi La Crests.
Mr. Mown was graduated early
this year from Midwestern Um Umversity
versity Umversity at Wichita rsalls, a.nd is
now working on his master de degree
gree degree in chemical engineering at
North Texas State University at
Miss Davidson Weds
Ins. Joseph Scrabis
At Quonset Point, R.
Miss Allison Ross Davidson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Ross Davidson of Fort Amador,
became the bride of Ensiha
Joseph R. Scrabis in a nuptial
service Saturday at the Dixie
Kiefer Memoriai Chapel, U.S.
Naval Air Station, Quonset Point,
Rev. John O'Donnell officiated
at the service.
Ensign Scrabis is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leo Scrabis
of Mbany, N. Y.
Given in marriage by her fa father
ther father the bride wore a prim's prim'sstyled
styled prim'sstyled gown of Chantilly lace. A
crown of seed pearls caught her
finger-tip veil. and sht carried a
bouquet of white daisies.
Miss Mary Lou Brashears of
Garden City, L. I served as maid
of honor, and Miss Donsa Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of Brandfod, Conn. Miss Ann
Davidson of Crasston, 'R. I.; and
Miss Mary R. Littlefield of Pro Providence,
vidence, Providence, R. I.; were bridesmaids.
Their dresses were aqua bouffant
over taffeta, ind they carried
baskets of daisies. Their head headpieces
pieces headpieces were fashioned of match matching
ing matching dasies.
Attending the bridegroom was
his brother, Robert Scrabis, of Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ushers were Lt. fjg) Ed Edward
ward Edward C. Davidson, brother of the
bride; Albert Lindemann of War Warmick,
mick, Warmick, R. I.; end Harold Voor Voorhees.
hees. Voorhees. The officers' club at Quonset
Point was the scene' bf the sve&
After a wedding trip, the new newlyweds
lyweds newlyweds will make their home in
Little Creek, Va.
ICONTINUID ON PAO FIV1)
L....1....1LI7 Ptompt Lig
iN.. ,k't 11EVY JIJ20 IA AO :0:bligatt011, 10 PR
' Dr Vlest's- ;
,,, ...::601...:,t,177., ,,,4,i,,,. ,,
. NPt I 4444 ,,,,,
, ist 01 ,a4 Alw : .,, .,,,,, -. p,
A. and II 0. N1141111: 011 ni ' 1 '
, ,..y;,.,,3;,,1 4,344.4 0 ,,,W,;4;."': ,o0Vr,.::',;:41-
I Automoblie Row and M. St.
PANAMA AMERICAN AN
Words Wonted I
ACROSS 6 Is, la
6 to the r3elnal
ot least 7 State B Briars
riars Briars 6 Foot levee Elmicaral
egal matters I) Lesjenint DAIWA
lectley 10 the Red Mara
amble 11 Herb Li(10211 i
ge 16 Accustoms rlpiti
ient back 20 Intimidate
mite 22 Verses 35 New York
kerman cliY 24 Vehicles lake
'My 25 Russian city 40 Spheres Of
to please 26 Amusement action
arnish. 28 Fence crossing 43 Fine cotton
igreclient 30 Volcano in 45 Pertaining
ilsh caku welly, to birth
away 31 Ooze 45 SuPpliel a
hoshonean 33 Laterel Darts crew
5 Snare Foot levet
9 Legal Metal I Leasening
12 Medley 10 the Red
13 Ramble 11 Herb
14 Age 16 Accustoms
15 Went back 20 Intimidate
17 Excavate 22 Verses
18 German citY 24 Vehicles
19 Vilify 25 Russian city
21 to Plum 26 Amusement
23 Varnish. 28 Fence crossir
ingredient 30 Vo lean in
24 Ash cakes welly
27 awaY 31 Ooze
29 Shoshonean 33 Latersl parts
34 Expletive MIN ;
36 Edit MIN
38 Snow vehicle aim
46 Letter MEV
49 Italian poet min 3
57 Girl's name mom
59 and heir
61 Dregs 111
alma man no"
1111111 I 11
ingivAill .L8 NM
9' 9 10 ii
(Dorothy la !gallon Is on vacs vacstion.
tion. vacstion. Her guest columnist today
is bandleader Stan Kenton.)
STAN DENTON WRITES
Creative music in America will
become a thing ot the past, if
the people do not rise up i'fom
their cushions of smugness and
turn off their television sets of
Since the early part at the fif fifties,
ties, fifties, the development of music
in this country has been left
almost entirely in the hands of
our nation's youngsters. Not that
there is anything wrong with
our children; it's just that to
have 12year-old dictate the cul cultural
tural cultural qualities and levels of so
basic and important an art as
music, is like allowing a person
with one year of pre-medicai col college
lege college experience to tell a doctor
what the medico may or may not
prescribe for his patients. The
results, in either case, are basical basically
ly basically the same. In the latter, the pa patient
tient patient may die. In the former, our
music will stagnate, and to all
intents and purposes, die.
How did the state of music
sink to this level? Let's foilow
it's course for the past 30 odd
The 1920's saw the "Jazz Age:"
Prohibition was in effect and was
bitterly resented by a public
which had come through its first
world war a major power, but
was treated in its own country
like a child. The people chose
what they considered their only
recourse: rebellion. Speakeas e s
flourished, bootlegging was big bigger
ger bigger than most legitimate enter
prises and jazz came into its own.
Jazz was a natural for this age.
Its beat made people forget they
were breaking the lawunpopular
as it was, but still the law. Jazz
stirred the imagination. It drove
musicians to strive for new
heights in musical expression. It
encouraged experimentation, in innovations.
novations. innovations. Bands like Paul white whiteman's
man's whiteman's held sway because of their
exciting sounds; they gave the
public what it wanted.
The 1930's found the country
in the midst of history's worst de depression,
pression, depression, and paradoxically also
at tho height of its big band
business. The Casa Loma Ban&
Benny Goodman, Artie Show, the
Dorsey Brothers, Harry James.
all made names for themselves
during this period. People may
have worried about where the
next dollar was ebming from yet
they were able to supportand at,
a peakthe music industry.
This surge in band popularity
carried over Into the early for forties.
ties. forties. When 1 formed my, band
in 1941, we found that our fans
were much like avid baseball en-I
thuslasts. They were loyal, kept
Get the one
A li,,, k
:iv,;4:t, I i
'4',:if, .1!'" ..
4.01 ,tt-t si ,'
ENDIPINDRWr DAILY Mirtrgi Ah:2
Answor to rroviege
- 094.1-;MW., -.,
LIMItal4141 7.21. i 6111.4
131rJEAM11114. t 1 Ili
urirmunim -, 160
SO Bassball tear4
82 Seth's ion
THE VOICE 'OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
track of- us, championed our
cause. 'Ibis fidelity on the part
of fan was true for all the
Then, in 1948, the trend began
reversing. The first signs were
in the recording field. Vocalists
became the rage, and rather than
hassle with a name bandleader,
the recording Companies started
signing up singers, using studio
bands that gave no back talk
but meekly followed orders. Wben
1950 rolled around, the big -band
business, for the most part, wag
Analyzing this short histor ol
the music industry, one disturb disturbing
ing disturbing factors rears its ugly head:
whenever the band business was
good, our yountry-lvas
some crisis or another. In the
twenties it was Prohibition, in
the thirties it was the Depression
and in the forties, World War
Though the world today is
supposed to be in such a preca precarious
rious precarious position, with the threat of
war always present, the people
of our country arenot unsettled,
and are optimistic about the fu future.
ture. future. There is a steady rise in our
economy. With this feeling of
selfconlicience has come the re-.
cession in the band business.
Radio, which at one time was
the life blood of any band, has
turned into a pitchman's medium.
The Advertising agencies dictate
what a program's format
should be. and what was once a
well-rot:nded format bas turned
into the "Top 40" of grunts,
groans, weird sounds and other
gimmincks. Yet who can blame
thesd agencies? With the lack of
adult interest in music, spinsors
must acim their shows at young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. If the youngsters want an animalistic,
imalistic, animalistic, repetitious music which
offers nothisg esthetically, why
not give it to them? MI that is
asked in return is that they pur purchase
chase purchase the products advertised.
Isn't that all that is asked of theirl
parents who have their eyes glued
to their television sets?
The immediate outlook for
merican music is pretty darkH
unless those people who so voci-1
ferously complain about the
quality of today's music actually
campaign for what they want,
they will have to become accus-1
tomed to the continuous deCay
in the musical standards of our
country. However, if you, the pu public,
blic, public, lift yourself out of your
lethargy and indicate you want
our misical culture to climb once
again, it will.
SHIRT PRICES UP
NEW YORK (UPilManhattan
Shirt Co. has posted a 25-cent
retail price increase on its $4
shirts citing wage boosts as the
chief reason for tilt move. Other
big manufacturers are expected to
make similar price advancet.
Reaches you Surgically Sterile!
Mods to stay Malt, ty Anti.
toptie for up to 4 months hi use!
Inhibits or destroy& ALL types
of germs that fall on m hold to it!
It's the t
Dr. West's g
7kq-qi So-a' p Dip7:Restores;--
Spar le ,-io Jewe
By OSWALD JACOBY
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written fey NIA Sondes
V I t
East and West vultierable
South West North last
I Pau 3A Pau
4 N.T. Pau Pass
5 NI. Pass Pass
64 Pass Pass Pau
The expert keeps a lot of tools
in has id,. One -if the niost use useful
ful useful is the so-called safety play.
Some 'of these safety plays are
sure things and wall work against
any combination an cards. Oth-Irs
will sithply give the expert tne
best chance for.his contract.
Today's hand illustrates one of
those sure-tire safety plays. You
win the first trick with dummy's
ace of hearts and lead a low
If East plays the king or jack
you have no problem.' You simply
go up viith -your ace. If East
shows out 'you also have no proh prohlem.
lem. prohlem. You go up with the ace and
.ead toward dummy's queen.
11 Eat' plays the three spot
You must play one of your mail
'rumps. If West wins with the
Jack. rou earl pick up the king
next time since- that will be the
only trump out. 'if West shows out
3'ou have held East to one trump
South did not believe in safe&
plays. He went right up,wath the
ace of spades at trick two and is
still Moaning about his horrible
C,1-1The bidding hat been:
South West North Zest
1 $. Pass 2 N.T,, Pass
3.4 Pass 3 N.T. Pau
You, South, hold:
AQUI ,K2 41,1ESSI
What do you do?
APass. You lasso 16 Po Cola
and your partner 15 points or
less. He has shown no interest
in either of your suits Ind you
should abandon ell thought of a,
rnsteed of bidding throe no notrump
trump notrump your partner has jumped
to four spadel. What do you do
Beginners Spanish Class
The Spanish Conversation class
for beginners will be held at 7:30
this evening at the VSO-AVB
Service Center. The public is in invited
vited invited to0 participate.
NEW TRANSPORT ARRIVES
SMYRNA, Tenn. (111,1)The
first C-1308 prop jet combat
transport plane was delivered to
the Air Force here yesterday by
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. The four.
engine craft was the first of about
75 on order by the Air Forest
Coast Guard and Marim Corps.
Fresh as all Outdoors!
(rd BOBBY the 'Owl says
Don't forget our
' "1 GRAND OPENING
'' dik Saturday, June '27
We're going to give away a lot of wimderful prizes
SO .COMI2 in Sahvatiy anit:q.dildiet Aaelle
Costume Jewelry which is not
sparkle and brilliance. This girl
Iskeivutk soapy water. using a
Nothing lights up a suit or a
dress like a sparkling piece of
jewelry whether real or, 4atto.
But they kep to thill lies an'.- the
When costume jewelry loses its
shine it's time to give it a bath.
This 'is easy to do but you must
work fast and you must not soak
the pieres. The reason for This
is that maity stones In" tstume 1
jewelry are pasted rather the n 1
set. Soaking will loosen them 1
so that they may tall out.
BIC SOMBRERO FOR LITTLE PONCHOMove-year-old
Gary McConwell has hard time balancing huge straw sombrero
in Casper, Wyo. Gary played "Little Poncho" in school operetta.
PURER FINER RICHER
Automoblie Row and M.
MONPArt Ana rt, 1939
kept cleat quickly lases Its
gives here a teat s la
soft brush to brine up
Fill the washbasin with warm,
soapy water d place a dry
terry towef; on the edge. ,Uss
very sort brush to loosen 'the dirt
and bring up the luster again.
Put each piece on the towel to
drain after rinsing In clear wit
Thea'billf the plece dry, very
gentlp with a soft flannel cloth.
Be carefu) 'not to rub too hard.
Sterling silver pieces get silver
polish, of course.
- r P
' A" A .. . A N .
' '.- , ,.. '. i 4 .4 A A t - '' ' ,, T ,; to' 7:: --,f -, .0,, -,- .-,' --".
1 i ;'-1;',--1 ' 2 ' -' '' 1 .
' ,--- t.t
MONDAY:113d 2t 1959 r:
; .; t
4 No j 0 dloomdka "",
Isthmian Graduates ,
1 Fawn Arizona Scheel 4
Loots of loeal'interest troncerns
Mr.. and Mrs. James (Jim) Bra Brady;'who
dy;'who Brady;'who formerly lived ma the
Isthmus. ,1, -
Mr. Hrady; son of AIL- Tred..1.1
Brady of -Ba)bea, ',was graduated,
this month from the American
stitute of Foreign Trade, Thunder Thunderbird,
bird, Thunderbird, Phoenix; Aria. He also -is a
graduate of Balboa -High JIchool
and Villanova University.
- His wife, the former Donnie
Gilder, and their baby .cliughisr,
are' presently visiting In New, Or Orlans
lans Orlans with' her parents, Dr. L, and
Mrs.-Wayne Gilder. The- Gilder
family "ilia weliknown' on Abe
Atlantic Sidi, where he veil f au.
perintendent of Coco Solo Hosptal
for many years.
Milos Gahm Wins t
Miles Gehm carried' home
double twards from last week's
srieiting' if the Istitmian-' Toast Toastmasters
masters Toastmasters Club. He wee named best
speaker as well as, the member,
showing the most improvement.'
The next meeting of the club
scheduled for Tuesday. July 7, in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
House. Dick Horne be toast toast:nester
:nester toast:nester of the evenina. end weak,
ors will be Mickey Kaplan. Pat
Moran, Ted Shaw, Jim O'Rorke
and Al France.
Al lank Side Jazz
By Fort Gulick Club
The Enlisted Men's Adviso r
Council of the Fort Gulick Ser Service
vice Service Club will sponsor a jazz fes festival
tival festival on Thursday, June 2.5 from
to 11 p.m.
Many Icocat.etutibos fron Colon,
and the Canal Zone will partici participate
pate participate in this event, which will be
a potpourri of the best jazz on
the Atlantic side. Members of
combos or soloists are invited to
Numbers wilt be interspersed
with comments on the history of
jatZ and famous JAZZ 11111111C1211S,
and the finale will be a jam ses session
sion session in whictt most of the mu musicians
sicians musicians will participate.
This is a special eveni to,
which the entire military cum cummunity
munity cummunity and 'their friends aieln aielnvited,
vited, aielnvited, and it is planned to repeat
it on a once-a-year basis.
Pop Oar IJSO!)VI.B 1.....,
T':1:;ii.it'TiOltibt, ,, ''...
The USO-J'NB Armed oreet
Service Center ht Balboa will be
the meeting place df the weekly
Investment. conducted 4,.14
C; Richardson, Jr.. thie 'eve,
ning at 7:30 p.m.
Richardson will discuss "over
the counter" securities and give a
short lecture on the organization.
al of the New York Stock Ex,.
All registered parucipansts are
invited to attend the meeting.
In view of the Unprecedented po.
pularity of the class. the U80.
.7W3 regrets that no further
registrations can be accepted for
the duraticd of the session.
P 7 c t dV. '''.A,
0 41m- d I, 4,
A ST H LI A an d
RON C II I T-I 5
Asthms. sn Bronchitil Attscks rulte
your sissy, undennins your strength
And weaken your itsart.
starts to work through your Moot
- overeoine Asthma And buonchitie at
tacks. 1,t helps dissolve strangling mu.,,
Aug and pre:mots free. easy breath.
Mendsee's action is effective evil
,in oid and stubborn eases. Ost Men.
Oaco, frertt Any drugstore todAy An4
les how diuch better You eleeP end
breaths tonight,. and how much Softer
you will Mel tomorrow. Mends.,
lights disoomforti of AsthMsb Broils
ettitle SA4 HAY taro
,''. ', "",,,, ,. tr,' ..
' 4,.-., r r : -...
. ,, t,,, i
Tbn general, evaluator will be
Vince Biava,- and table 'topics
will be &retied' by ,'''Artlitie 0
Further, kdormation. abou$ tAe
toastntaaters club -can be obtam obtam4
4 obtam4 tron,t CAL., 8. IC Taylor; NAITI
Hold At. Pert Clayten
- The ballroom of the Tort Clay ClayIon
Ion ClayIon NCO Club was the scene last
lweek of a western-style dinner dinnerdance
dance dinnerdance sponsored by the Clayton
NCO Wives Club.
.'-ntertainment featured 'an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition by the Star and Circle
Square Dancers, and Bill Hogan
and the VO combo provided West Western
ern Western muoic for dancing.
Winners of the door prizes
were Mrs. Richard 11.. Kinsey and
Sfe. Charles M. Rayner.
At LISO-JWS Tonight
A "musical interlude" featur featuring
ing featuring films of each Helfetz, Ma Marian
rian Marian Anderson and the California
Junior Symphony vili be present presented
ed presented at 7110 this evening at the
1.180-.1WB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center in Balboa.
The public is invited to attend.
Prosontod by the Department of
Christian Iducotion he "pis.
sepal Church in Mt MistionarY
Dibasic) of the Panama Conal
- WHAT DOES CHRISTIAN
"And' the Wilt' 'or Lord
shall est upon him. ,And his
delight shall MI In the fear of
aoolt,tt the werdat doel it
meate?'ll-'", domes virom Christ
wh:ch is the Greek translation of
the Hebrew Messiah. Both mean
"the anointed one". This is a title
vhich the Jews gave to their kings.
While subject to alien powers
thev dreamed of the comine an anointed
ointed anointed one in terms, so glorious
the only',Jesus coultfulfill them.
He is the true Christ:Alio Messiah.
But this is the wonder of our
Christian hith, What Christ is,the
Christian can become;The
ties of the Messiah given in to
'day's passage have ir,special re reference
ference reference to the life of the Christian.
, The confirmation prayer for the
manifold gifts 1,1 graceilAaltee fits
inspiration fronillieoricle. With
our ,head, "the spirit .of wisdom
and understanding", with dur
head, "the spirit of counsel and
might' ,1with our heart, "the spir spirit
it spirit of 'knowledge." end with the
fear of the Lord we are to serve
God, Only,,,so.canwebring peace
and. nodd wilrlynOtt,,1Srth.-
"Almighty Ikrid'reverliving God,
who hest vouchsafed to regenerate
thy servants by Water' and the
Holy Ghost, and bast given- to
them forgiveness of all their sins:
Strengthen them, we beseech
thee, 0 Lord, with the, Hoiy
Ghost, the Comforters,,,and daily
increase ln-A14m ,..thy'; manifold
gifts of grac'e;..! the spirit of wis
dom and understsndipg, the snirit
of counsel and ghostly itreneth,
the spirit of knowledge and frue
godlinessrand fill them, 0 Lord,
with 'the spirit of thy holy fear,
nOw and ihr ever.- Amen."
:C466 0-4 -7fr-t:tPAZ
e it : S
I t PAA toot.,
;PO !:..!! tt
Partatth tonas ea
lady Sante km
- Winners ---
WHOSE SALES SLIPS
ENDED IN 6
May Smile on You
IT COULD BE YOU
TODOUBLE YOUR MONEY
FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE
- THE JEWELRY STORE
1845 Central Ave. (137)
Free "Chico' de Oro Stamps
Carlos Prez C.
M. E. BALCH
Cella Q de Diaz,
Francisca de Berniat
"'Juan Jos Bonilla
Furman D. Wile Jr.
Carmen de Dia2
DOUBLE CHECK YOURS
, Medicated Powder
Ilse Malan& and
see how happily
your baby plays
- and irritable
Irl.41',4.414&WC ICZ466 4?-4 (4:9t
4140d.... vraliT44,t 40
Ill ',:r-i-tov,!; '')54, tr4ii e: TOTAL FLIGHT TIME
- ,, :
,,, pANAMA CToctumon) TO PAN AMEIIcAN,
:,, 4 A s:14,,,,1 4, :! t 'W 1 iO4)!: ''.i '),-,,,! ; I
PAracr: 13.111 ha,
110MA ,,o,' 14.413 hos
LONDON 12.06 ha.
HEADED FOR ROUNDVPFoUr-Canal ZOne volunteers who will serve on the staff of the Girl
Scout Senior Roundtm be -held near Colors do Springs, Colo., in July are, from left, Miss
Claudia Davis. Miss Lydia CZaDek, Mrs. O. H. Davis and Min Carolyn Corn. The leaders are
traveling independently tO the States, but will meet at the roundup site near Pike's Peak late
VIII PAtimtiA ANtratem DTOMM7312a DAILY 1121111PAna
Strike Or Lockout,
Presses Stand Still
LONDON, WM) Most Eng English
lish English newspaper preues stood si silent
lent silent Sunday after more than
'100,000 printing workers stopped
work in support of demands for
more pay, and shorter hours.
Nine printing unions in the
Printing and Kindred Trades
Federation claimed the stop stopPage
Page stopPage is a lockout by the em employers
ployers employers the Newspaper So Society
ciety Society and the British Federa Federation
tion Federation of Master Printers. The
employers said it was a strike.
Saturday night the presses
ground to a halt la 28 provin provincial
cial provincial morning newspaper offices,
mare than 50 afternoon news newspaper
paper newspaper plants and in an estimat estimated
ed estimated 4000 printing shops. in addi addition,
tion, addition, the employers say produc production
tion production of about 1000 periodicals
all has been stopped.
None of the national dailies
printed in LOnall were alien aliened
ed aliened by the distill', over the
printers' claim for a 10 per cent
pay rise and a 40-hour working
WITH THE THUNDERBIRD
Tke Ford Cuetom 300 io cto captivatingly new
and different al the Galaxie, but even more
WITH THE VVORLb'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRLINEff
1 0 i wilsgming 11111
' ' Panama 2241 Street No.,12-83 Tel. 2-06-70 (Facing Palacio Legislative) Colns Ne. 27 Front Street
Soo your Ford dealer nowl
Rom food filo Memel
sword from tho Camila
Ammo& do tillotentskost lu
- the Ileum Is World film
Built for comfort Eit fr savings
The '59 Ford brings Thunderbird &once to
the low-price field. In luxury and in spirit,
this Ford says "Thunderbird", yet check its
price tag and you'll see.. it'll fit nicely in
your budget If you haven't already seen our
Ford for '59, call on your dealer and see its
beautiful proportions and its altogethernew
nes& See why the '59 Fords are built for
comfort built for savings. Find out for your yourself
self yourself that you get more visibility, plus a roof
that's warmer in winter, cooler in summer;
extra power with its V-8 or Six motor which
runs on regular gas; new trunk room; and
new Iris Eye Taillights, the largest in the
r 4.4 ,-
Fly the Atiantie in the world's
largest, fastest airliner: the
Boeing 701 Jet Plipper.
mil--iirr-.4,-., 's .:, ,,
, Ai:,:.64,t, .40bkolommt."40041.0,m,,wiwav wis.mmiThidrZatio
TWO FOR TIIE SHOWLeisha G1111111011, lett, and her twin,
Patrecia, will make California history when they both titer
contest tor the state beauty crown. Situation came about when
they lied for the Miss Palo Alto title.
, ,,-,,', ..---,, ,,,,, ,,
MONDAY:And Et il
0' t t
''Y -14 .,, '.
, ; ,''''' --
Isthmian Graduates -,
Front Arizona Scheel
14. not of loeal'interel
Mr.. and Mrs. James I
dy;'who formerly livel
Mr. ,Bradi, son of II
Brady of Baboa, -gas
this month from the Ar
stitute of Foreign Wads
bird, Phoenix, Aril, He
graduate of Balboa Hi
and Villanova Universit
His wife, the forme
Gilder, and their baby
ars ,presently visiting b
lans with' her parents,
Mrs.-Wayne Gilder. T
family Vial weliknowi
Atlantic Sidi, where ht
petintendent of Coco So
for many years.
Mlles Gebm Wins
Miles Gelint carr
double awards from la
srieithig if the Istiimil
masters Club. lie wet ii
speaker as well as, the
showing the moat Immo
The next meeting of t
scheduled for Tuesday,
the Fern Room of tbe Ti
House. Dick Horne will
master ot the evening. 0
era will be Mickey Ral
Moran, Ted Shaw. Jim
and Al France,
Allaniic Side Ji
By Fort Gulick
The Enlisted Men's
Council of the Fort Gi
vice Club will sponsor a
tival on Thursday, Juni
7 to 11 p.m.
Many local' Itimbos fl
and the Canal Eons wil
pate in this event, whic
a potpourri of the best
the Atlantic side. Mem
combos or soloists are I
Numbers wilt be int
with comments on the I
jazz and famous jazz n
and the finale will be a
sion in which most of I
micians will participate.
This is a special c
which the entire milita
munity and 'their friend
vifed, and it is planned
it on s meta-year hash
I Inv st.ont Elln
' '.'''' fit''' I t
To t ee on g
The 1.1SO-J'NB Armed I
Service Center hi Balhol
the meeting place df th
investment ,clinic tiondul
C; ,T. Richardson, Jr.,
ning at 7:30 p.m.
Bichardson will discui
the counter" securities at
short lecture on the org,
al of the Nevi York Si
All registered participi
invited to attend the nil
In view of the iinpreced
pularity of the class,
JWB regrets that no
registrations can be &col
the duration of the seas
A S-T H ti A
II R 0 LI C 11 1
Asthme an Bronchitis iti
' your Mee undermine you
and weaken your heart.
, starts to work through yet
overeonm asthma and burn
tacks. I,t helps dismolve strai
eus and promotes fres, ea
Inc Mendeee's action is eff4
In old and stubborn oases.
) deco, front any drugstore
lee how much better you
breathe tonight, and how m
you wilt feel tomorrow.
lights disoomforts of Asthl
ehitis sae Bar ;Weal
WA 1.1 111111
, 1 ,t ''",' 'ri
I .' PAN
. 4 ., V
wig.... Boeing-701 Jet'Plipper. :-,,,,,,
'3,4i,,:,:,:-.- ,,,,,,,, --,,,
. ., -..,
-0.::,,,:,,iiiii:.iii,g:i,,,07.777:77,!!!!,,,,,.... -----,,,,,,...... '' : ::. ',. -' ',
-!:,44,:?,,,...-----,,,-,,,,,,4:,,;,4;:: : :.:,.. ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, ,
, ,.,,,,,,i,,;i;,, ,,,,,,,
,-,,r.,',z',t,-,., '"--,,: .. att. ....
- :: :. : : :x ,: -.::, ;,,,,,:: -,,,,.-- : :' :,. .::'Aq.::::'
-,-- :. : :::,,.,:-2-&,-, ---,k.4;,., : ---,
- ::,: ::. ,i:,,x; :: ..,:,:;.- ;., 1,,,,,,,,,,,:,:
, ,, 1 ::: Ni-
, ,: :,,.::;,,...ir '7 4 ( 7. Pt.
COMPETITION .,, ...,:,.
- ,,, ,,,,,,,., ,,,.,-. 1 ,.
-,, '''''!4-k-1 -,',!,-, -- -..,-.,..::.14iii-.:.4..,'?",ej.c. k
' 19.30 ho. t ,. ,,,-:::,. ,,,:;-1,,,s,,,,,,.4..:,:, .,774.,-,4:4i,q-,,.f,,A:!,,,e.::::?:p
-.,,-,.,:., , -,f,,,,, -,-,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,r4,,,,,,
,113.1O hts. , ':,-,:,- -,-, 'A.....or
19.30 ha. 4ri'''''''''' r.lw''"m.' .,
111"""s"." 1""E ram CD D FrP(0-07- EN
, L -bt F-rr
I t----2"1 I 11
WWWWWItatal. -.....11.111111111111111.11.111 .01111111111111111 Ihnuommosiralb Ihromenaho 1
. ttlt! t Litt 14,0cy
. , ,, .,
ANA' ,,. ',,e,,,-,
-- ' '1,,,.:"47.'" - 1
,,; ., .,, .,7.....1111 ',' t, ,.:.
- ,, '4,'''.41,
, , -,,;;;:, ',. ,,, .;,.
. ,;),,,,e,...' ,',LL, If Ilk:S.,;"14444144,44,4,,,,,,0601,Sivo,a ....,,,, ,..; .. .. 7.,, 0:0,111111111;
, 1. ..-.,,,.,.'Il:. '''''...N.:;.:.!.x.:.'40.,!!iligt .,.,t,.1''''
.-4ii':i';:::::.., ,, ''.4i'i:i1R!!11,.1.
, --101:, ., '.:'1 .'-c..6, ,i ;:"..- ii)
, ..::.:1.:,111,1i,,,,,,A,,roe, .....
....::. dvoW. :,;k:,..i'.i.fli,s:!,,s',-
,A,,,,...0;,, .,,,,,,,:: ,e.
. .:,caiiiiiiiix.,..,,..., ..:,,,,,,t., 1
1,,,,,....,....,...,. . .iiilzite.1!:,',,,itt,',..,
- tiiii,i; .ii,:"1,.:101,. .400,' 11,.
,,iii:. ,o, ,:::,,..,,...1:,,,::::
1 akitt .,,,c.,,;",,:.:,.:i4i,
, "Art k
' ..., ,k-,,
-- -- -
, . , :
, -, '-'
TIM PANAMA AMPRICAN AN INDIMINDRNT, 14111.7p NISWIPAPNII - ''' s -- '. .. '- '-'- x''''' ' ,-' - .- -,----i, MONDAY; JUNI 11,4 no 7,7, ...
i -- PV1 WI
. ,... 7
. ..,,.,,,,,E51.1.-.v.z v.",,,;,su.,,,,,,,,e,.. ,-. -1,Amt, -- -,--,,..--,4,,r&': ',1,.:4 ''Ll.::,,:., : IT z 1 ..;4,';',;..:- .1.1','"--4 '4.-1-'' '1'1.-- ,11.14,-.- 'It-',A1..--.'40,Ll'r '''''444.'40!"!'""6.'"'4-:-IVOr',"1.' ,, 1
1 - .
, '': -': 'A,,, ,! 1, -A .; U. :', ',o, '' q ,-,'
1 I . ,,. ,
S-, r .., ) .. ( ,,,,,,,- ,,, ., 4 .,.- - ,,, ,- .,,,:i.--,,, --r-?-r -n-T-' --' :. ,.....
... RI .
a ,-, .... ,,
,e lioa er iron
,,e.,,,,, es.:,, ..
! ,--,-, Indians Refuse, To Choice-Up :
As The ..
,., ,..,..,, t .....,
,,..,,,,,.,,,...,L,,,,,., ,:;,,,,,...t,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,i.,:t ...-vt, 44 ,,,,-.1- ,.:,:,,:,'.,..-..4:-'176&,:: .'14;'f,1:1-.' t-ii ,,,4i xi ;,,,V, ,!,,,,,14--,14,- 4 v., ,alt, 19, i -,. -,,,,,,ato-,-- 7, ,,,
'':1,:.:M::::Er.i:::,.4;i':::i.ai.?,.0.1:iW.:i4 ':!-.....4,. i z,...
- De eats, Drop
, New, Yorkers Armenteros Hasl i
:,::,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,:,,,,i1,,- ., -Adi, 6 - Ai" LI; 1 411; At At I 7r;
Khans Refuse To
- .. w
.''' Defeats, Drop New, Yorkers Armenteros Has :.,,, ,,
.",(;,,,1,:::;i5E47.::.T.,t,A4,,,!:;-.1',.!A" -, ,, ,,, '''',.---Nr------.0-----1,-----t--- ,,,,
'''''''',.:,,:::':i,i,-?:.4::ii:,:,:i7:,:::,:!,,:f.,,:1;',:,,.:!rir:i:1:t.:,,I,4,1;,,,,4,,.... ;' ,,:, :- ,:--,Ectit:r,:', CONRAD() SARGIE::NT t-ri--',1,1:,,,,,.,,,?; ,.,:,,', :
:'4:.:K'Al 1 1 0 :. A f..i:?.,::::,',4:,, L 40.. 6404',1-1,1,, 'll' ir '41 .,,
4,-,. Back Into Second -, Division Troble Getting ,
- I ',,,i ,
i ,-.,. :ii., ,;',,,:,:i;.i:,::',,4::W.W.4 ----'1'-' ', .- ,,. .',--,ii----.,-' ... ,,. k , : :-
. ,,.. , or.0..!..f1PPOONO
' ::::::1.: : ;41?.: ri.44::.:':.:4, '. ' t N ,: ' ',, 'ts,. v '',0.,.. 1 .1", .. st' ,. .-
't ... 0 :: ,-:, ..
Fights-Quijano : ,,, -i: -, 1 , .. ,, ,;,:,,,, ,,,..: ,
, : ,:ik ,..:,....,1:,,,,,,A, ,,,, - 1
4 By FRED DOWN 4, .:, ,. ,, f ft' ,a2:hi.::',.1.7"::iii:V..:t iai'AAii'aNt.',04,:::'4 '' ; 1 L., ,,,,,L, ,- ,
, ...., .., ,,,, 4r, : ,.,:s,:::,:,,.,i,,i,.,,.,::,i.,:,i,-,,;:,i,,,i,:::.;::,,A,,.:i,...,,,,,,,,,-- ', 7-9(:i077001-; ,
, 7 101.,..011,444", '. ,:!-":.!:.::.,,. f fE:::t;:?,,,40'''.::::,::,::,:::,,,,f,:r4. r LeiLtilt;i4d i 4, ,,..,, ,.
t.. ... 4,,,,z,x..,
t NENV YORK, June 22 (UPI) Wht, lose or Mexican featherweight eham' I ',-,4:, ii; : :i''''4:N44:''::4:':'' ''''''"-';-'4.;-?,,pe:.,:pal'', ,
'i'lit''''r''' ''' ''
a, ,tio7a:Veigue'' '''''"' '--,'' .i.S..i:Al'iitT:i'li.jrCi'''ll'';'ilid'' a'fIt'"";).r. -:
'''.' draw you'll hear no "choke-up" charge against the
, pion Victor Manuel Quijano said 4: .14k,,It ,,,,,,,,:4-.,.?.:,4 7)- , 40
r, today that Cuban bantamweight ''A
, Cleveland Indians this year. Manuel Armenteros,., who fights ,,.... Vi'i:::i:i0'.., ., e , -L ,14 71. ,1,' 't,'''''t '!': 1, ''','- l'''','' '
' 1'.. Yif' : L.' 11:ct. 457c:Isavite'll."'ne' ::.;:.::,,,IN:4,:;::: ,....1,'W3::',-''.',271,' '1'111:w:::' G...S. :
, ,:,,t, .:....; ,. ,. ,s , ,,
, Panama's Toto Iharra Sunday at - ,''
; It's a taunt the critics often lev- Aaron's slugging paced a 15tut the Olympic Stadium, is so out outstanding
standing outstanding in Mexico. That he has .,' 7; i .!..:4:.;:::.5i:.:,!' 4. .7.,::',:,,, it 'LI
i. elled at the Indians in the past but Milwaukee bombardment that was ,A 1. x ::-!4,,::,;,,;.::gii:.., :.: ::.::::.;- : :.;:'11, .,.
' MINauks, . ..3';''.'20''. :;.5''''.7.111';',,,-; l'''' '11 'I ''''''.' '' ''''.. '5 :
'. : San Francisco 37 30 J52 Ila Chictig0. ;4..,''' 4,:''.. 34 .31F;'''531 2 '..
.' they'll do it this yeat-only over the good for 33 bases and enabledith(el practically run out of contenders It: :' ::::'''.i-.;':':Ait:::::.:!:.:':::; -:Ni'. :::,;' l',,: '!;,
,,,,,,,:i0,4610 :!:''. .: :::',,i :ii :::!!:n ,,:,,'. '''' .:':',':: ; 4
';.: dead bodies of Casey Stengel, his Braves to reopen a 1 1-2-game ea m the Aztec coimtry. :,.':.:::''1.!1,'1':-!'iti,,..''',-A4':;',' :'e t t2:::K.::.i ..,
Pittsburgh . 36. 32 ',Jr) 3 ,. Detroit, :, i t,i--;- 34 ..st:',',,, .523 114
',7 somewhat bewildered New York on the Giants. Johnny Logan and Quijano declared that Armente-
ros, who residesin, Mexico, has . :::,;'.&:. .?:071i,,,'::::I'll :' 'w4k-,,,';-,-,.
Los Angeles . 36 33 .: .522 .312 Baltimers '.' ...P- 34' '31 -sn 212 ,,
'. Yankees and 88,880 fans. Del Crandall also homered for the
had to seek boutit in the feather- :"i'.::: ,. :',e:' l'S i 0, ke,;W
'1 Braves as Warren Spahn, although ,V-: : ',,::;'.:ft' :.' :e:;g:::: .::',.. :..,,,: :::
." Because the Indians proved their touched for 11 hits, breezed to his weiot class because the local , A : :-, ::;; : :::,:i.!,
-pounders, with the exception , ... .
. ability to "win the big ones"so- ninth win. Ten-game w I n net: n8
of champion Joe Becerra, are all ,:,: ;,:k i ..
a .',: ,i',..1; .::a: .1:::.,i'::i ,t,i, --- '''' Chicago 33 33 .500
called mark of a championSun- Johnny Antonelli suffered his 4th :,-,,,.., ::-..1:.,,, ,. ,,'
Philadolphia .. 42 25
' St. Louis .:- 30 '35 A62 711 K Ci '''' ;26 -It' 4
, anis Ity ,, , si 61,1i
,4,.:,: s .,,,,,. l'" Cincinnati . 30 36, A55 II w
day when they outlasted the world loss for the Giants. afraid to face the Cuban. ,,..: : ,i : 4,...,: ,,,
... A sishingtori',.., ,,; 29,. :36 .446 712
''. h mpions, 4-2 and 5-4, before the Musial hit two doubles, setting a
, c a Becerra, who fights world can- .
, largest regular-date crowd of the new National League career mark tamweight champ Alphonse Hali- .. .
,..:..,.,0.i,i' :,..i ..,:...,. ,',:::.,,.; ,A::,,.: ,--4-j4,,t,',,, ,,," ''' .i:' ,'''',"'' ,, 4r. 1, fl, '',
' season. Cal McLish pitched his way of 653, in the first. game won for
mi for the title in Los Angeles Ju- :,-o,,,,::,-'..',.::::,, '.,'-,;. ::,05;;,,.-...,-,.-',.-:: -.,,::;::,, .., .,,,,,.,
Philadelphia at Los An, gele4N)
Today's -Games ,- 1 G -,
' ,''' Tvuay'
. ., .,, -i,p, s ames
' out,of repeated trouble to win the the Cardinals by Larry 1.. 8, :i,,:,,,,, :,.,.,:::,:,,,,',,,,,,,,,,0:,:,.,,,:::,......,,,,, ,
y holds a ten-round verdict 6ver ..::..::'.i::::,':: -,,..1';:,:.:!:,-:!:.:,i'..,':1,.':::, .:Y;.i...,::,,..,':',?:,,;:ii,i,,,- .,J....: ,..
Pittsburgh at lan,Francise9
- ,,,- ,, ctl,;,, .g .,
.31t,e,.397 1511: NBonstwn' Yet.7.':....,.-:: -,n32, ,.331: ,,, : 371:
; opener and then the Indians went a Danny Kravitz had three doubles Armenteros.
".'-' '',.''''' '-'-:''''' ''''''' :.'::.' '''.. 4:;:,.!: :,i:'',,':x'-,:41C, .. NtilettothYerork;taimt Keitahae
,,, .,..... 1,--. ,,mi is Min- anti two sineies and Bob Skinner ,Ismio.....1. I
, . . .
Deleah Drop New Yorkers
Back Into Second Division
Simmonl 0 mon
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, June 22 (UPI) Wht, lose or
draw, you'll hear no "choke-up" charge against the
Cleveland Indians this year.
It's a taunt the critics often lev levelled
elled levelled at the Indians in the past but
they'll do it this year-only over the
dead bodies of Casey Stengel, his
somewhat bewildered New York
Yankees and 8800 fans.
Because the Indians proved their
ability to "win the big ones"so ones"socalleid
calleid ones"socalleid mark of a championSun championSunday
day championSunday when they outlasted the world
champions, 4-2 and 5-4, before the
largest regular-date crowd of the
season. Cal McLish pitched his way
out,of repeated trouble to win the
opener and then the Indians went a
gruelling four hours and 18 min minutes
utes minutes to win the nightcap on a 14th 14thinning
inning 14thinning homer by Vic Power.
The sweep enabled the Indians
to split the four-game series in New
York and prevented the Yankees
from taking over first place. Had
the,Yankees won two, they would
have led both the Indians and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox by a half game.
Instead, they're in fifth place, 3v2
games from the lead.
The White Sox went into second
place with a 3-2 decision over the
Boston Red Sox. The Washing Washington;Senators
ton;Senators Washington;Senators whipped the Detroit
Tigers, 4-3 and 7-5, before
crowd that included Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon. The Kan Kansai..City
sai..City Kansai..City Athletics beat the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles, 7-0, in other Al.
Hank Aaron's three homers and
six runs batted in led the Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, Braves to a 13-3 rout of the
Sani,Francisco Giants. Stan Mu Musial
sial Musial broke Honus Wagner's record
for Aoubles as the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates,
5-1 and then lost, 10-8. Rookie John
Buzhardt pitched a one-hitter to
give the Chicago Cubs a 4-0 victo victory
ry victory ovre the Philadelphia Phillies
and the Cincinnati Reds routed the
Los ,A.ngeles Dodgers, 17-3.
Jinv (Mudcat) Grant, a 24-yearold
right-hander from Lacoochie,
Fla., went the full 14 innings for
the Indians in the nightcap to win
his fifth game when Power con connected
nected connected fnr his homer off Jim
Coates. Power, who said "I went
up there swinging for all or nothin'
at all," had clinched the opener
wit,' id eighth-ipning homer.
The diens soorit three runs in
the third inning of the first game,
two, on a homer by Rocky Colavi Colavito,,
to,, Colavito,, and Cal McLish protected the
lead despite 11 hits and four walks
garnered by the Yankees.
Billy Pierce pitched a six-hitter
fo his eighth win and Harry Simp Simp1
1 Simp1 so and Sam Esposito hit homers
to ead the White Sox to their vic victory
tory victory at Boston. Ted Wills suffered
his' third loss for the Red Sox as
Chicago snapped a five-game los losing
ing losing streak.
Itixon, who hasn't seen Washing Washingtor
tor Washingtor lose this season, saw the Sen Senats
ats Senats win their first game when
Deiroit pitcher Barney S,luiltz' er errot4
rot4 errot4 on an easy tap let in Julio
ttequer with a ninth-innina run.
Then Bob Allison and Roy Sievers
bit' homers to lead the Senators'
se enijlit attack that brought Pe Pedr
dr Pedr Ramos his seventh victory in
th hightcap. It was the 200th
ho er of Sievers' big league ca career.
reer. career. )
Ned Garver pitched three threehitter
hitter threehitter and had three hits includ includill
ill includill homer as he won his sixth
gime for Kansas City. Bob Cerv
and Hal imith also had three
hits each for the Athletics who
rksted Arnold Portocarroro in 2
Cuba Ave. 27
'our Community Network
:';,:-:::, 1 tour uonilitullity Aetwork cwc 35c "e' 35c
TIVOLI CAPITOLIO V I C T 0 R I A '''' 'R'1:0 l'. ''....."..-- Jr '''' v i .'11:1:ultiNIL'''Yll()Iti tli i
--t- 2k. 25c. ,., I5c. 0.35 ----.... 0.20 t 10.,A ,,, ,,,., 1 I .,: Tom, orrow ; t
V'''''''.' -,.., g TODAY-ENCANTO-35 -20 Spanish Pictures I
NEVER LOVE A TORPEDO RUN "MARDI GRASS" or.
Double in Technicolor! STRANGER BAJO EL CIELO with Glenp 1r9rd Pat Boone 4011'411 .. 4, ...
''.".;.. 4, '41e00 .' I' A 1 I J IwaHoastcHrt, t14,
;,, ; '830 Kes 1090 Kes. Dick Bogarde in J. Drew Barrymore DE MEXICO iChrivtine Carere
,''.'' i "... .. .. "The Wind Cannot Read" Also: '' with M. A. Mejla Also; '. .. Oipt .)11), '' ..'.,!' 1 ,,:WITII FULL PRIEESI ft , ,
At :tit ) r', JACK VFEBB .1
'. ', PANAMA COLON '' '' PROOTS OF.
Melina Mercouiri in KING OF TIIE WILD QUIEN CON NERO TARtAN SECRET., '" .,, Dan DUBBIN& Is il
"THE GYPSY AND THE STALLIONS ; ..t .. SE ACUESTA TREASURE ,".4 ,,ii. 44007 Z!'.d.;;" ' ; ;i!' l'' "G IN. 4 -1'' r
GENTLEMAN" Geo. Montgomery ., with Tin Tart With J. Welvirriundr Errol Flynn
... Juliette Greco ' 4 44 1.4.e't i,vio it... -4 Aro, ,!.. ,.., ?,., N,,, 1,,, ,rilint,r2
anriono woe amoi
. ,,f),,,.11,,,,it.,,-,t,.,,-,,,10,,,,g,-,..04P,"0.i.. or.,!4,i..'-,,,;.11.41,,,l',.!;:;,A'A',!,:41i,:4,,.',:-..AJO,,,,' f
, ,.., .
0 , , ,
,, .,. 4-7, !,, : '. '' ' ., i .'
, , 2, ', L.:I.' ''', ,I' ; '''r, '' 2, .: h.' ': ... ',, ? , ,I L' ,,,, L'', ,, ,: ,,i ''; ' l'';, L,',V,: L. ,. .., .! V 1,' ..0 .. ''' 1 ;i .1 '''' :, .' ';, L,, 4. ', ),''' L ..,', ,, ; .. .., 0, : ,f,L','; '' :' ,', '. t: ,...i. '' ;:.' ..' : '.. ''...1., L... ''.2. : .. ..,' .... -1 ;. ; ;:' Y.1 ''' ' .i .! ''' '' '''' '' ''' ',f
Aaron's slugging paced 15hit
Milwaukee bombardment that was
good for 33 bases and enabled the
Braves to reopen a 11-2-game lead
on the Giants. Johnny Logan and
Del Crandall also homered for the
Braves as Warren Spahn, although
touched for 11 hits, breezed to his
ninth win. Ten-game w n ner
Johnny Antonelli suffered his 4th
loss for the Giants.
Musial hit two doubles, setting a
new National League career mark
of 653, in the first. game won for
the Cardinals by Larry Jackson.
Danny Kravitz had three doubles
and two singles and Bob Skinner
drove in four runs in the nightcap
as Benny Daniels won his fourth
game for Pittsburgh. Musial saw
action only as an unsuccessful
pinch-hitter in the second 'game
during which a total of 12 doubles
Buzhardt, a 22-year old right righthander
hander righthander from Prosperity, S.C.,
faced only 28 batters, striking out
two and walking one. Carl Sawat Sawatski
ski Sawatski singled cleanly in the fourth
inning for the only Philadelphia
hit. Sam Taylor's two-run homer
was the big blow of the Cubs' 'W 'Whit
hit 'Whit attack.
Don Newcombe staged a "one "oneman
man "oneman riot" against his ex-Dodger
teammates as he won his seventh
straight game and eighth of the
season. Big Newk scattered 10 hits
and drove in four runs himself
with four straight singles. Dutch
Dotterer, Jim Pendleton and Gus
Bell led Cincinnati's 17-hit attack
with homers and Charlie Neal
homered for Los Angeles.
To Twinbill Sweep
NEW YORK, June 22 Cain 9
Borrego Alvarez, a .200 hitter
who clubs the long ball when it
counts. has powered the Havana
Cnban the 500 mark for the first
time in weeks.
Havana, paced by Alvarez'
grand slam homer in the 10th in inning
ning inning of the. 4o2k tbe
measure oftriliartito tthict ;und4;
7-5 and 7-3, and moved into a
fourth place tie with Miami in the
League-leading Richmond split
a twinbill with second place Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, dropping the first game, 10-
4. and copping the second, 6-5.
Cletis Boyer's two-run homer i2
the first inuing of the nightCapvn-
abled the Vees to maintain 'Weir
half-game margin over the Bisons.
Leo Burke, Miami's leading
home run hitter. clouted his 13th
in the first game to give the Mar Marlins
lins Marlins a 2-0 verdict over Montreal.
The second vame was called at
the end of five innings by rain
with the score tied at 3-3.
Rochester, with a three-homer
attack. downed Columbus, 6-0, in
a single game.
On CFN-TV Today
The International Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament committee
will be interviewed this after.
noon at SAS on CFNTV.
The committee meMbers will
explian all the important details
concerning the seventh annual
international tournament which
will get wider way on July 1.
- 02, Panamt
1090 K es.
,, J "..". .., w .,.. A
I NUMB RUNS
'"'770'-0 '''''.-'. '' '..41;e True Story of Lynn Stuart"
Tuesday "The Restless Years 1-Charlie Grant's (Excluded from
111P. NATIONAL LEAGUE 2-Silvana S3.20, $2.40
4, 3-Shaloa $2.80 k
. I a Mathews, Braves 22 6:15 8:35 n- FOURTH RACE
r Banks, Cubs 19 BALBOA AIR CONIDITIONEP 1-Yosikito'4.40;, $2.60
Aaron, Braves 19
1 Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants 16
1,11100 BilikERNOtraiNR-111AaATITIN ,,
,lay4,7 Oulniela: $4.40
,, q' ''' w,131 drill THE .' 1,-Kazan $2.60, $2.20
AMERICAN LEAGUE .:.'. s :40001501111d 2-Mr. Roberts $2.20
A Killebrew, Senators 24 At wk
'',,,, rifib a
lirt AND THE Jtt,D 4 SIXTH RACE
I-Bongaros $4.80, $2.60
t Cohvito, Indians 22 ...,.,... Mt 1-Farallon $2.80
N ) ,,,, 2c, X (.:743rf
Allison, Senators 18 1,,',,,, iLY Itt SEVENTH RACE
Triandos, Orioles 17 1-Palavo $4.40, $3.40
Tuesday! Double Feature Program!
Lemon, Senators 17
do "JUVENILE JUNGLE" and "YOUNG AND WILD"
Second Double: $12
' EIGHTH RACE ,a
PARAISO 7:00 SANTA CRUZ CAMP BIERD I-Linda Susi 54.60, $3.20
PITCHERS "Revenge of "SHOWDOWN "GUNMAN'S Quinleta: 15.40
Frankenstein" AT ABILENE" WALK"
1-Tatin $19.20, $6.40 -----
r....-..... 2-Granadare $10.40
(Bawl on 7 or Moro Dicisions)
'- MATINEES TOMORROW! 4-- OneTwo: $367
NATIONAL LEAGUE TENTH RACE
, 4 I-Constantino $3, $2.20
ADE" w L Pet.
Face, Pirates . 11 0 1.000
Mizell, Cardinals . 9 3 .750 I BALBOA 2:00 p.m. MARGARITA 2:30 p.m. 2-Sloto y Medi $2.20
Tony Curtis .; ,, a Ralph Richardson
"THE PURPLE MASK", "SMILEY" ELEVENTH RACE
1-01ocese 5.60; $2.40 .......maa
Antonelli, Giants . 10 4 .715
' Burdette, Braves . 11 S .688 2-Alblgense $2.80
M Newcombe, fled' . 8 4 .667
,, OntTwe $10.20
Kline. Pirates . 6 3 .667 .,
AMERICAN LEAGUE fah.- .a....A .1......,..,......,,,-.....a.. t 1 4' 'r,i!
1Larsen, Yankees . 6 1 .357 TAn A ILI A-re,
It Wilhelm, Orioles . 9 2 .818
3' Fischer, Senator' . 6 2 .727
WA y ,-BirDoaatirmaziaTO ,,,,
Mossi, Tigers . . 5 2 .714
Shaw, White Sox . 5 2 .714 1 ILI
Grant, Indians .. 5 2 .714
TIVOLI I CAPITOLIO I VICTORIA I '''R'I:0
Networ ,,,, 35c. 20c. 25c. ......-77-......7--, 2k. 1 25c. lk. I 0.35 -.-,- 0.20
'Choice Up' As T
Mexican featherweight ebam ebampion
pion ebampion Victor Manuel Quijano said
today that Cuban bantamweight
Manuel Armenteros,., who fights
Panama's Toto Ibarra Sunday at
the Olympic Stadium, is so out outstanding
standing outstanding in Mexico. That he has
practically run .out of contenders
m the Aztec country.
Quijano declared that Armente Armenteros,
ros, Armenteros, who resides, 'in Mexico, has
had to seek bouts in the feather featherweight
weight featherweight class because the local
118-pounders, with the exception
of champion Joe Becerra, are all
afraid to face the Cuban.
Becerra, who fights world can cantamweight
tamweight cantamweight champ Alphonse Hali Halimi
mi Halimi for the title in Los Angeles Ju July
ly July 8, holds a ten-round verdict over
Manuel, a 23-year-old Negro, is
expected to arrive here tomorrow
to begin training at the National
Gym Wednesday afternoon. Ho
is rated sixth in Ring Magazine
and seventh by the NBA among
the world's bantams.
He will be accompanied on his
trip to the Isthmus by his wife and
trainer-manager Juan Peleez.
Plans call for later bouts here
with Panama 118-pound champ Ed
win Sykes and top-ranked Hector
Three prelims are listed on Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's card.
Valentin Brown tackles Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Worrell in a six-round semi semifinal
final semifinal at a weight limit of 127
pounds; a four-rounder brings to together
gether together Roily McKay and Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Pacheco at 126 pounds and Er
nesto Campbell and Roberto del
Cid clash in a four-round curtaiti
General admission price is 31.50
general rinside, $3; reserved ring ringside,
side, ringside, $4; and clhildren and boxers,
(Basad on 175 Times at Bat)
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 66 276 50 108 .391
White, St. Louis 59 203 36 73 .360
Cepeda, S. F. 66 265 48 89 .336
Moon, L. A. 58 214 37 71 .332
Burgess, Pitts. 53 181 21 60 .331
Temple, Cinei. 70 261 46 86 .330
pInson, Cinti.V; 66 .271-1 89 It
Clino St. I; 63 258 44 88 .32:2
Gilliam, L. A.. 58 210 37 67 .319
Hoak, Pitts. 70 260 33 83 .319
Ka line, Detroit
Wood ling, Ba
Mantle, N. Y.
Williams, K. C.
Lopez, N. Y.
58 231 36
61 239 37
61 239 38
64 262 36
59 187 24
57 215 47
49 183 26
62 247 51
65 230 22
60 229 35
Runs Batted In
Banks, Cubs 67
Aaron, Braves 61
Robinson. Reds 58
Cepeda, Giants 57
Pinson, Reds 51
Killebrew, Senators 53
Skowron, Yankees 50
Colavito, Indians 47
Allison. Senators 45
Mitioso, Indians 43
Maxwell, Tigers 41
Ka line, Tigers 43
Triandos, Orioles 43
Mathews, Braves 22
Banks, Cubs 19
Aaron, Braves 19
Robinson, Reds 113
Cepeda, Giants 15
Killebrew, Senators 24
Cohvito, Indians 22
Allison, Senators 1f1
Triandos, Orioles 17
Lemon, Senators 17
(Bawl on 7 or Moro Docisions)
W L Pi
Face, Pirates 11 0 1.0
Mizell, Cardinals 9 3 .7
Antonelli, Giants 10 4 .7
Burdette, Braves 11 S .6
Newcombe, Beds 8 4 .6
Kline. Pirates 6 3 .6
Larsen, Yankees 6 1 .8
Wilhelm, Orioles 9 2 .8
' Fischer, Senators 6 2 .7
Mossi, Tigers 5 2 .7
Shaw, White Sox 5 2 .7
Grant, Indians 5 2 .7
1TODAY ENCANTO 35 20
Double in Technicolor!
Dick Bogarde in
"The Wind Cannot Read"
Melina Mercouiri in
"THE GYPSY AND THE
PANAMA AM121CAN AX INDIMINNDIXT Anp XZWPAPI2
FUTURE CHAMPION Track manager Pablo A. Thayer holds brilliant nailve propect Ka Kazan
zan Kazan in the winner's circle after the colt easily trounced a field of the best native two-yearolds
in the $2000 added five furlong Carolina Mendez de Chiari Classic. The coVs owners,
Fernando (left) and Carlos Eleta, beam with pride after the chestnut son of Keyhaven-Lituana
flashed the distance in the excellent time of 1:01 45. Leading jockey Braulio Baeza rode
Unusual Disqualification Mars
Otherwise Excellent Program
- ... .,
,..,.....7:4';';;.:...;;;....,:,......., ... ... .... ..,
. .... 7.'"'-') .':-- :--:;':. - .-......4..,....;,:...,:.:.:,,:--;::.,:::,.,..9,,ic: 1-: -'. .. .:-...:.':''''...''':
.i A.. '.;f '-.:: s4-- -
, .. .....,- .
.i.-.:,:::,::......:"...:::...;...... 'I:T.:Olt i'4 ....f,:::::1.';';'-.... :10.:.:1..'-:.::.r!!:.P.'.',..-....:;?:.:',':;,A...;;O:',.:':"44K
i;:.1.,.::,...:.!AT:... )), .
li '' i -.1 .."... ..... 4- - -.si 41..- ti ,-
' .s.'41:1': .:tt!tk-i.:1.,-.....,-,-.:....7;:',...,.'lii..''Z':.:.:ii
''''''' tt.;;;N -,,."...4i. '6: tlrktt...'.. ::1,:....1.:::....Zi.:1.::..:1;,:::.f,::,:.!..' ..F.!
,,i-i.,.......',. t :::,::K 4 .,................. ,, ,,,,.., ....,::,.,:- ;:: ,..
.1W:.:,.: :,A:.:;; .:? ,i' ..!;, .":..:-:..',1"u.. .:?: .
:$1...., ::,..i;:.:.,:........ :ti:;;:td:: ,:k ..,k,..::.,..:::.,,,,st.. .....i.::::.,......
..V.i).''. :....,,i;:,iii.!!.;.'..gf... ... .:...5:f....:::.it f:.. !Iti......... ;4 ... ;;..:::'-4::
1P.;:.A. -.4,..7;.:.:..::4:!.,...:.,...,:., A,..:.............. .....
7&. '''!',,7.1"'' A,,I'''''4,:,,t '' ,Nlm"17'1. i :
4''sil':''''',7c1';.',.1';';,1;:''''''''.',,''."4,..7-.0''' l':';I::,;''''',1::';''''I::'(''''''''' ., ,..5. -.041,
1.44i, ;:',,'f,i!...,.".'' '''
":""''.:: -:. :.14....,ii.
t,...: ,.. 101.1...",,,,-: iit:',:i1.1',,,'::4?...i
":: 1 : :.:
. .. I
, titiloS' ..
. ....... ,.
': :.g.;::::...,:.:....: :,.........,,. :....... :::: ::' ':-
....., :.,... .
:. :.::,, ,,.
, ...........s. ..
7.:1'..,!',';';....:'.::'... '''' .' ' ':' ''' ': ''''';''' ''''''' 16iI '' '' ''" 1
... ''' ::..,::N :: ,' '.,:','.,. : ',';'...l.,..,'. (1.; ',.. .',. ;:
',.,;,,:', 7.7'.'''. i':',:',';',,4'., ';.'::: ,,-,K : 4.:',...?,i 4.:, ., ''.; ;;'
,::'...,!: : :,;', :-,. ':: -:",s,,',.-,' ,'.:.:.":. :". Ois,:?..' : "..4., ''......7,1.,,..;.:
:,;,.. '" ',', ;'''''"':, ';',....;" .:'.., ,',.,,...:':','..., ', :',!r'',,,,.ti,' : : 4
' :',..!,:::',:.:'i .I' .:::,..;::',.'?' ,,i, z;i0.44,',, 4...".',,,..',,,,',..-.,. ..t. I, ''r
:: : :: 4'1rI'.:? t
HONEST COUNTJohn Draggatto stands alongside a 509-
pound black sea bass the Los Angeles angler hooked off Sim
Clemente, Calif The whopper is five pounds under the recard.
IDIABLO HTS. Donald Sinden Dirk Bogarde
Tuesday "The Moon IS Blue"
'MARGARITA Betsy Palmer Jack Lord,
7:00 "The True Story of Lynn Stuart"
Tuesday "The Restless Years"
BRitTNERwwrifito lEmiAirom i
, ,,,4,0,to:., sty. nd a
..4,, 2,..?... F DAN THE JERRY WALD
MON b, HURL
"JUVENILE JUNGLE" and
FARMS 7:00 SANTA CRUZ
"Revenge of "SHOWDOWN
Frankenstein" AT ABILENE"
BALBOA 2:00 p.m.
"THE PURPLE MASK7
NEVER LOVE A
J. Drew Barrymore
KING OF TIIE WILD
"YOUNG AND WILD"
I CAMP BIERD I
MARGARITA 2:30 Pm
1 CAPITOLIO VICTORIA 'R'I:0
1 35c. 2k. 1 25c. 150. I 0.35 0.20 iJC
with Glenn Ford
NA ith J. We Itmluiler
BAJO EL CIELO
'' with M. A. Mej la
QUIEN CON NINO
,t SE ACUESTA
, with Tin Tan
An unusual disqualification mar marred
red marred an otherwise excellent card at
the President, RemOn racetrack
The disqualification came about
in the tenth race for the track's
first series- imported racers. Mu Mutuels
tuels Mutuels favorite Constantino was ta taIwo
Iwo taIwo wide on the fioal bend by Pan
'Tostado and the latter's entrymatC
went on to sdore (b'y almost a
length over Constantino with Pan
Tostado only a neck further back.
After the race, jockey Heliodoro
Gustines lodged a foul claim a against
gainst against Oscar Bravo who rode Pan
Tostado. The stewards said that
,Gustizies ,was fou10, by Bravo an&
automaticalif disqUallied Siete y
Medio because the latter raced in
an entry with Pan Tostado. It was
the 'first time that such a decision
has been made at the President Re Re'mon
'mon Re'mon racetrack.
As a result, ,those who bet on
Constantino collected $3 while Siete
Ible44:1481bARTS.,oapie out the
ToSers" 16" the telit br $4.40 per 'du 'du'cat.
'cat. 'du'cat. This event was the secondary
attr: ction on the program.
The main event. the $2,000 added
five furlong Carolina Mentlez de
Chiari Classic, was an easy gallop
for promising two-year-old native
prospect Kuan. ,The,latter scored
by nine lengths in the excellent
time of 1:01 4-5 over the sldwed up
strip. Mr. Roberts was second,
Shah Gal third and Mechi fourth.
Don Tuturo and Dan Tin were
close behind the. others at the fin finish
ish finish as the field bunched far behind
Kazan at the wire.
Gustines, vittltthe aid of the dis disiuslification,
iuslification, disiuslification, was the day's top rid rider
er rider with three witis7He scored with
Palave and Linda Susy and was
handed the triumph on Constanti Constantino
no Constantino by virtue of the stewards' rul ruling.
ing. ruling. Tatin;, teturned $19.20, was
the daY'S t,longshot winner.
The Tatin-Granadero one-two paid
$367 -1 tops for the day. Tatin,
which scored by a nose, had to sur survive
vive survive a foul claim.
The divends: ;
1Bathina $9.40, $5
1Joyero 19.60, $8.40
2Second Cup $7.80
A First Double: $150.60
1Charlie Grant's (Excluded from
2Silvana S3.20, $2.40
3Shalea $2.80 k
n- FOURTH RACE
1Yosikito' 4.4k, $2.60
I FTH RACE
1,Kaxan $2.60, $2.20
2Mr. Roberts $2.20
1Bongaros $4.80, $2.60
1Palave $4.40, $3.40
Second Double: $12
1Linda Susi $4.60, $3.20
1Tatin $19.20, $6.40
' OneTwo: $367
1Constantino $3, $2.20
2Siete y Medi $2.20
1Dlocese 5.60; $2.40
0.35 ----,, 0.20
,,,, Pat Boone
, Juliette Greco
National 'Leap (
Teams Vit L Pct. .611.
Milwaukoo 38 2it ,..576 ',
San Francisco 31 30 .552 IV;
Pittsburgh 36 32 ,.529 3,
Los Angeles 36 33 .522
Chicago 33 33 .500 5
St. Louis 30 35 .462, 711
Cincinnati 30 36 '.455
Philatholphia 4. 25 IS ,,,.397
Philadelphia at Los Angelit 4N)
Pittsburgh at San-Franeisco,
No other games scheduled.
Milwaukee 000 014-300-13 15 0
San Francisco 010 000 101 3 11 1
Spahn (9-8) and Crandall.
Antonelli (10-4), Miller, (1. Jones,
'Shipley and Schmidt.
Philadelphia 000 000 000-:-0 1 0
Chicago 002 010 01x-4 10 1
Gomez (1-5), Semproch and Sa Sawatski.
watski. Sawatski. Buzhardt (4-2) and S. TaYlor.
, (First Gamer"
Pittsburgh 000 000 001-;--1
St. Louis 100 310 001-41 10 0
and Burgess-4-4,4 T:T7ir
Smith. -' A
(2ocond GameY, :
Pittiburgh 4,300:31(P no-44 1.3 1
St. Louis 'ot',, 40434(1130044,127;
A. Jackson, Porterfield,' Black Blackburn.
burn. Blackburn. Daniels (4-5), Face and Kra.
Broglio, )3ridges (1-1), McDaniel
Cin6innati 110 450,222-1747";
Los Angele14 4404104003;101;
Newcombe (8-4)'and Dotterer.
Podres (7-4), Klippstein, Fowler,
Labine, Snyder, Williams and Rose
GETS BRITISH CONTRACT
PARAMUS,' N.J. -n(UPII 'The
Avion Divisloti of ACP 'Industries
, k. .,,..,,,,t...,,,.o.;.11: e-11111., ,;. ,, 14 it -
.. ,, ,. :, .,,),:.:...74.7i2!'4.,,i,"1,,e1,,,ii:'"IT4'14et'4',,,f,r.4:',;X:,' 'Igi ''' '''''' : ''''''''''''';''' J''''''''''''' 0' ijak,.-:', ',I
Crown 0 I
. ..,..,,,,,:::,;::,.,,,,,,,...:.:,,,,,.,;t3,,,i'if..,,,',:,;;;'.::.:,,',:!;:',;,;.;1::,;;.:;',4'.!-,;..,',.!.(:',:,,;'7,:;,;,,;,!',;4'-'.:,.....40,,,t,,,,,'',"k''''''''''''''.:!:',',;;.:...::,,,1,..i '',,,,,P11cdo" 00(211.117 I: ,,,',';',,,';' ,,r,,:',
, ., .,,0,,,,,1.,,,,47:,.,.;,,,,,z..y,..:., , , zb.-,
1. ''''''::-(''''':::::''''':ill' '''';''''''':''''''''''''':::'''''''''':'' '' '''''''''''''11--'''.1,,,,..114,41;'.07,44,4".1.'1''''''''. ''' et'' :
L ,, ,,,,.,4 ,.,.
1 1;;;.,,,wolfi,!,,,.,.: AtoutP, o' &i
;oi ,,,,1,,,,,, ,.
,,,,,i,, pi ;,;1,,, ,,
4., :,,,,,,;,..: 44.,, ,,
i. , ,,
1, ..,... ,,. .., ;-4.
1 vi, , ,i 1 .1 I ,D 4, it i. ,,Pid .,,, ,-: : ..: iii , , ,t iir: e,,'S,," ::. ,,' ,'ei e. E ,' ,. "' '''' 1'' ; : e : : , 7.4 4 , , , ., z
1 tli ,4):,,,,:',1 .., :Jo ,:.'. ,eft-;,, -,410,.4) i,441,,,,,,., --;
. :;,..,,:., ,,.,,,...&:, J ,.;,..4,,,,,!,,.;4, .,!..,,,,y,, ,,.,".:. ,,v,,,,,..,ii,,,. ;it
-.4 .. ,,,vo, ,,,a. 34.,.,114,,, .,,,,t:;v1. 4- iiii,Azip, -,
; ..,,,,,--, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,p," ., ,,,, ,ki-to'4,4iP '' ,IfivAt. et ',,,,7 eA
-. , is3,,,,,to.,.,: ..,,.,,,,,-,4,..,-,;,,,,,,,.:47.,, .'li.;;4;, '.':,iy...k, ,:of:,,,,k,,,,, ',. ., I
...' --ii:!I17,--.':!:i, '''''fiVi'Z,,,';''''';1;:iikP, IkIker '''1.',4,M1i4.4' ,it i,,, h
i 4:,;,,x,,".4P,-1 :',,,''',4,s'i!k47,4 Irv'''. 14. '' 1' ''
C '';,:,.,"'f,:f1:' le,tiei;,,,,,,;M'o, IN ,t, e ,i,,,,, :,
', Ni-I'' : f';'' ',!;;'.., ,4:11,.4,;e' A ' ," ''''''.': : ,,',;;;e411.' ' :':' : .1'
" ':' .,..,,,-;A,,,,,14.;,";.," iir, s 'KM.'.,'''..f' t; '"'' a' ,4'''''",, -''' t,
'''''''', ''',71k'.;,,' ,, 4),, ', -,',e, t,' .?. ',.:40:,,.41,,, AO'
,,, A a
VI''.1 44,,,,.,,,V14 1 .40. D': :.:01.'"': 110164,'(.14,4:ti,,,,,,, :
, : ,.;-i; .1,i,',..., ,,A. t.,.,:;;;;., .. ,,,., :: :,, ,,,,, 4,..,kLi.z.,,, .,
...,.00t.f.;;;;,,,, :.. ;,. ,:.6.-k,"-oklie'"-,,,,,:,,, ,- . .ii
,.:1.:;.;:.:,xz'R,PO4,1(tf,,,141.. -.710, in, .ii.;,,,t,o,,, ,
4.4:6001-1,7,47iii7ogUP.re kl, .. ., .i. 0,
!,!':5iY!;,,,:;,44..3FOrtk,,0;,,., :Alt, 10M! ,Pw ', , $
,t''''.;;',,re''',f!c.,,,''' ..4'- '', ''' 1, ):74,-,1 '',iif'''' '''' ' ''
''''''Ai''W;;Of';'''P ',"."44''''' '' l''' ,.1'.'9'"' .
14 '' '"''....
' '.;,:,,V,,,07,0,,,rtr,..1,:, ... 4 i r or.:A ,
'''',0,.. i i'll:'1,7, i '. ;7 . ' ,
, i .11,
, ;1;:.,,,4koi.:744''.':1. 117,0,;,.. t: : A'; "-:, : '': '-' '''.Ot; o:: t to
'"11,1, 1,1414lIft'.,'P, '' o4.,4',,...'li 'o:',. ''' .:4.'5.11;;,'.
,orA : 'gi'fgAti.A.t64714101t:'igr ..7;!110:r..'';V:ht.4:'.' ' ;,:'
,::..4-''''''''.o,,!'',.., ,... 1:4,144,41,,,::Vt.11,41,61100:, .10:Ao :.':417:,.O0 f',4 ko ..4.1 74$11,;A .1 0 t:
, O-14M qgthl'itPOPO:77:i o;:a'Al.' ''''' g,Iktog4;'';''
Ir'.. V.' '''i0;.5r.'Ite'41;Oft441-,,,'''4r3it ,T ': 1:,,to., t :N'Oio'. '4.1;;t' i A
,.. 1,ki:e,..,;14VVNI.4.!....lit.'.;k9:,..P 1";oV;.477.41Wlato :t '.V''''''r,' Vio.."'"o
. Or44.O;;W:2'rerk,g'll'ad o;Ot, ,'''''.',:'4,...:,..'4 ,dditikAii,8P.;
'''.t'f;.'1V 7'..'4,t11.,,I,g,40.,:"Oo '''...71,1401,0 .41,0404k '''''', o. I
o, ,p,','...-;!',,!-''..t..,., i',,! .p,',$.:.5."4f $V,',!.-,A!' -,r000,' -0.: ''.' 1
. .3';' 401 .1-5.,6'tk' "S-,'Of ',,,,,,,-T, ,e';',,i'l ' r .,,,,' ''. '' 'AkP, : ,
t ,';'," 4,,t-ek,',,,-z- ,-,,, ,., ,,',
, ,, ,,,i-,,,,,1,,t0 klt,,,,,I, ,s',,,:,
k 4' ,,,, 44 e ,: ,'' ,F' .',4;' v;,' '
'444,,ii 14 Pi U .V-14,1''';' 4,$'1.1' '. 1 t' ,' :00.....m..,011.' '
. ' .':: ,;- '';',' .''V't4P,!' ,'' ''V 4' '''
'''A i '
.. ". ',A,I; ',t,i' ,,.. ,T..ifi.i , , :,- ,,,
' ,: :...,. : : '''','' i ,' g ,V 'iW4;e f,i 4.' N ii
-,.,...,.!,,,i. .,.i' :", ,L., ,:,k,A';',AStill kte IP ; 11,, '''k','r,"'4' ..,'.; '
1.140;":0.01w0V.".' :.. l'ft:,'7.:I:4;.,tti.4g: .... ::
. 'Ntl.' .111.:.14.: '4 k..1.46t,.';',!Pii...,.,:,,. .,,V.'7,t,,; ,,,,;:j, .'-
r.711;;'':':..:,;:i.!A;IS:47.Atig,,!.. 14.L.,0,A14:1., ,o, .:- ,1 ,7
' r'i-,5,',k'',!'';:,''',4''Ar4?Viri.4, ...v. , 0
.,,,1,.,..,,:.,,,,.;,,,,...z,;,);0401,'-..,. ':,7' '''.i.:
e i 0 li-Tiz,'!7"- .r.'''Z';'ss.Tv '!';').44 -w,ii!'iwikty;,P: t,,1.V.'044' ,.
. '' I .. ''' .,:::.:',70,-,',N.,.V.zn,,',.!,k5,4,,,, 7.44 :0!,f -,1
' co .,.:0:f.,:., '4-,l'af',,;;;N:P.,.-k.,.....',. !,:e;,,Vir-7,t,:-.',,.- ',
4't-f''',!7-!4. ..'!''''''''i;','4s'it.:41'4Ai'.1)0 .00V
:':..,.)..::.Z.,?!,.0f'ft,4t '4,', 0 '''. '''!'!''.-v..!'",L,., :)kl' '''. '
,i'l ,- .0,4,,-,.,:t0gi.v1,7Ak3.,,1p,, ,--A44,40,40...,-: ,?.
,V ,:' '.:ti,,i!');:41.,',:,',W.-(411.
' i'., 4,Av,.)P:trhi-C4-4:li,,i''4.4 ''' '."4;1164g2 CAY
, '1'.-c.:'-;'''''?-4XT."ri?';''''f7:''''''T." -'s0';''.4.1;5;4,!?.4"''' ;;.:'' "Art I Ifiltrt.' 11 ':111:
"-,''iX:0:;,';';1'',4,0.:,,,:ii-9..'''' K is D 1 Pi I. in 11J
- -:-!',,::,,,A44.' ',,, ',, ' I 7
1,11 Tra;I'VA'"? &4;:.,til$ ", 4 t'''
, ,,, ' i
d. N APO'
" -N '; ET 1!11' '1
711 11- txa:isetPt 11 ;07 ()DAY ;.:ut,
t1:1 .1;1"!:.P41 4 r
C11411 MA avail pcnalle-
Teams 'P 'W ks'L' Pat;
Cleveland ''f,'SN'O' 35'17
34 ',30,':'531 2
Detroit .t,; 34 .3 114
Baltimore 31 ",-.523
New York'''...1- ;31 .508 312
Kane Cll .f211 .33: .458 6Va
Weehlnolon;',.....,.. 29, 36 .446 712
Beaten ;:i ';'.211. 35 .444 We
Today's Games I
NO York at KahaaarettIM4')
No ,other-games- scheduled'. 14
Yesterday's Results 1
Cleveland 008 000 010-4 1
New Yorlr 110 00,) 000-8 11
MeLish (7-8) and Brown.
Ditmar (5-5), Terry, Bronatad
' (Second Gams)
Cleveland 002 100 000 000 11-45
N. Y, 000 002 010 000 10.-4 14 1
Grant (5-2), and Nixon, Brown.
Larsen, Duren', Coates (2-1) and
, Aishost Gams)
Detrdit 030 000 0664-2' ir 2
'Washington 000'000 0314,4 1
Btmning, Schulte .(-11- and. Ber Berberet.
beret. Berberet. ,
, Pascual, Cleve066r,,iktrilndi N,
(Second Gams) t'rr
Detroit 001 000' 0314' 't 1
WashingtOn 000 600 0
Narleski (4-7), )3utusideltud
t Ramos (7-61' trAmt,t003tS
Kansas City 004 100 003Y IS I
Baltimore 000 000 000-0 8 0
Garver (8-5) and House.
Portoearrero (0-5), Hoeft and
IN a 4111'eage-.;.:',1 sk i;..6zutaitilbliti48, I L
er. Boston 000 001 001-2 6 fr frwler,
wler, frwler, Pierce (3-7) and Romano, Lollar.
Rose Wills (2-3), MeV. Baumann and
' White. , -,-,-, i
Seek to --
Inc.' announced Monday ft WO
been 'Awarded a S19300 tontract
by the' British government fdp
production of missile tracking r14,0
los NM IINE I 111111111 111
!DR I, ,,,, V' EL"'" Nk.
13 9I1pWir'itAITICA9VION! 104
Leild Citron ; Dick ,Rogarde ,I
- In ;
I"Thi Dottoess Dilemniall
, In TECHNIC91pRI
, A A A.,
,. ; ,d,
WITH FELL PRIZES!
I''','''' ', t JACK 'WEBB :r' ti ,'
, ; ,,,,.,4Dane,DUBRINS Is 6,1
I ;; .17i 11G-II Pi, 471:" ? It:
, 0, , ).,,, 4 7 i 11 4
ION liMil I alla Ei1 IMO ,dot'
'Pi, .1:,44'4 l'",''il ',4,,Y11,Fr:;',.))1A','!Z,'!':','-144'
ION! I; f
logarde '11 i,
rI4 01104 'i'l
Is 11 1
...The lovely lady who keeps, hause for (1.4k,
. ,., -., ? 4. 4t
;rn. CARY. GRANT iin
,44 b b pi b k e, 16 ri wo A 7r,:,,,,t.
:1-1 1,,) v zvt D 1,4) IAA
Ah ,4 ..,
, THE FUN STARTS ,,,, q
. ti- .. 1 ',P
IT0DAy AT jV t 4
C Ell C4.- Eli
4. .,..4..,,., ,4,4, 44, ..,,,,,
t ..-N. ..., I.. ., ..! 4: 1 .',,'
ONDAy; MU: 13;1959 ,.. ....., ...VW. leJ11,11iNsflOieSier-ss.6.4goa, ,v1E
1:41111,11., '11;. .., .., ,...,.,b. ,,....1..:, -, ..,.. t,... ...
k, I. ,-,- (4 ...6,,,,...t. iv, e '''' "'t ; ;
''.., '..4 N rn- ..., ,
:''''.1 t CUTTING.,4',T9 CI), D..El?:.1..:
1' .1 :-;-, -7, nChit ,L ...
ticcessfully Defends Lucky Strike Championship
With Unanimous Win
11 iAt $
, Panama leatherweiglit cizappion vas not disputing the- actnal dec
Jesus Sabtamaria stood vindicated sion:, but wondered how the di
today in the wake of his unanimbus cials arrived at the following ta
ten-round decision over Mexican of the scorecards:
126-pound king Victor Manuel Qui- ludas Ruben Aikman, 98-91,
, jam at the Colon Arena last night. judge Lloyd Alborga, 100-89; ar
In scoring the decisive victory, biter Arturo Paroaux, 98-90.
Santamari?tsomewhat made Uprigr ..;',, kaPanazaAmarican..saw Sal
the loss 1Winiffered .204tiew, Irikr W'reZ14:000.147;94ZArhile I
featherweight -Ike Clieittitt' MO' PaieTrriTarlTheriCCutiits agree
24. The Panamanian, who weighed with the verdict 97-95..
129 pounds for that bout. claimed Colon trainer turro Dosman, wi
he was tOo heavy and promised to along with Mexican. Adelaide He'
be lighter, and better for last nandez, was in the visitor's tome
night's. , - admitted that bis protege lost bi
The Colon, eibuter kept his word. voiced his disgust at the lopside
Last nighOte tipped,,,tbe scales at Seamaria winIted by .the jud,
127.poutulaAti;Quilands128 1-4 and e f ' N ,,
he was the "old" Santamaria as. far tie indignantly' ',.auggested th:
as speedtand- stamina went. the Colon Boxing Commission gii
But what had the spectators, an instruction course in scoring :
who paid, $3545i, commonting in tbe "incomnetent". officials.
surorisockadmiration,.thpincLond4.,,;,,In,,,othett.ti lip:s Jose ,Felix Go:
OW thii'4141,4WarlIWZTinev?4,: tiolititt.Attoc? '',,,ik Wit yerclict fro:
Sanatmaria.- WhO'''. Methodically Patroolnio4 4,;a42a.c,:zin,. the si:
used a stiff left, jab, hooks and round semifinal. .,' -,': Y
tro,ses with hoth hands and of- Undefeated Eloysnenry, 122 1-
foctivo blocking 'to ovarwholm WC,n his 'fifth litiaight in TKOir
his barbed wire-tough Aria; sd,! Serafin, Garcia,';,1-244 ,4:47 of tt
varsary. :''.4z,"7.'":,14. ''''' -;,'''.',,,, ,aecond of et,selfeiliik Prounde
The Pallarilikniati Wa's Inver -", a 'And Stanley Wilison,42 1-2, ear:
man who wentin much for defens7 ed a unanimous decision from D:
lye tactics,. but he anparently prof- vid Wright, 129 1-4. in. the fou
ited from his losing exnerience round curtain raiser,
with Chestnut and concentrated a .
lot in protecting thimaelf last night. Let It Fly
The Pallittna chamnion, ditlosed
that since' losing tolhia Stitesider,
be changed his former ...trainer, ex- In Ireiand
featherweight chanip F e d erico
Plummer,- for his 'brother. Cristo-
' hal Santarnariiii:Who,handled him T, NEW YORK (NEA),4Ohn Lay
lor, the former ,Dublin Isolicemb
for last night's,Uttlii.';,;4,4.."1,,,",, ',-.;
Accordinglci ibeiladletrhisCo- who is now a juillint.al Boston Un
versity, 'comment on the diffe'
bal. Plummer pat Iiiilbrough a
mice between hammer throwing,:
training routine that' wattnuich too
slug. Amf"rica and Ireland.
slow and resulted in-his' being
gish against the Neiv -Yorker., "7'her bave:,.a.- flifferent al
'rho Maxictio,,who stiffed off road to thifinorthere," sa3
fast but slowed doweilpraduallv 'Lawlor,. who hnlds Vie' IC4A re
at tint match wore otio' attributed ord ;of '208 feet .8 1-2 i n c h e :
"They're mire scientific abont i
his loss mainly to Santa's "extra "extraBefore.
Before. "extraBefore. YOU toss you 'go through
ordinary stamina" and the heat,-
lot,,,ot:,:preliminaries. 'The- -mac
which ho said hotharod Isim coo coositiorably
sitiorably coositiorably ,,' ....., .,,,, has Ane doing different exercise
P-L I;lpend most of the time HMI:
He landed .00dies of his patemea
left hooks and other PutiChes but i ht
we4 52 do some running. too-.
n Ireland you pick the han
Santa retaliated': in, kind always. er up and let it fly."
And despite 'The' punishnient be ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed from the Panamanian, the . ..
Mexican WWI neyer in danger of
33 IN A ROW .. ..
going down and hardly took a back backwae
wae backwae step. Syracuse,. N,y, (NEA) 16r
What had the visftor bitter. how7 Emma Phaler has been reelectc
ever, was ,, what he called the to a, three-year term as secretor
"strange, scoring-of the two ludg- of th w 't
e oman s nternational Boli
es and the referee. ling Comers.- She:, will be star
The Mexican emphasized that he ing her 33rd consecutive Year.
---. ',;14. .44;4 .... ,: 4, 4,'
' : .
' was not disputing the actual deci decision,
sion, decision, but wondered how the offi officials
cials officials arrived at the following tale
of the scorecards:
Judge Ruben Alkman, 98-91;
1 judge Lloyd Alborga, 100-89; ar arbiter
biter arbiter Arturo Faroaux, 98-90.
4iaho,,,,Pan,a4ZilgAinericap:.saw San Sanc
c Sanc W'rciiMatintngt4744Z,While El
'Palsy Ttirrivo'KlheliCCUtiOs agreed
with the verdict 97-95.
Colon trainer Curro Dosman, who
along with Mexican Adelaide Her Hernandez,
nandez, Hernandez, was in the visitor's corner,
admitted that his protege lost but
voiced his disgust at the lopsided
Spitamaria,win,ited by the judg judgHe
He judgHe indignantly' :-Ouggested that
the Colon Boxing Commission give
an instruction course in scoring to
the 'Iricomnetent" officials.
,,,''.",In lheit. tts:, Jose Yelix Gon Gondote!.
dote!. Gondote!. 2,0444aA? '',,ak iii)iit yerdict from
i Patroninib ,,' 4 H23:3,1n. the six sixround
round sixround semifinal. -, Y
Undefeated Eloy -Henry, 122 1-2,
WTI his fifth straight 41 TKOing
Serafin Garcia.,- aL:41 :1,47 of the
second of a schedut4 Prounder
' 'And Stanley Wilaoti, 12 1-2, earn earned
ed earned a unanimous decision from Da David
vid David Wright, 129 1-4. in the four fourround
round fourround curtain raiser,
'4 NEW ORK (IsTEA),--4ohn L8W L8Wlor,
lor, L8Wlor, the former Dublin policeman
who is now a junior at Boston
versitv, commenta on the differ
mice between hammer throwing in
Am'rica and Ireland.
"Thor have -a different ap aproach
roach aproach to theinorthere," says
Lawlor, who hblds AM' INA rec.,
ord of 208 feet.8 ,ine he s.
"They're more scientific about it.
Before YO0 tOSS vOU go through R
lot ,of preliminaries. The -coach
has ,Ine doing different exercises.
I 'Vend most of the time lifting
weights, do some running. ioor
"In Ireland you pick the ham hammer
mer hammer UD and let it tly."
ter up and let it fly."
33 1N A ROW
Syracuse, N,y, (NEA)
Emma Pita ler has been reelected
to a three-year Aerm as secretary
of the Woman's International BOW BOWling
ling BOWling Ccogregs. She will be start
.IT. F. Thompson
Brazos Brook's low scoring Ani Anibal
bal Anibal Galindo retained his, Lucky
Strike golf titles as he turned in a
two over par 72 yesterday at the
rain-swept Brazoi Brook G o f
cours to give him a winning total
of 284. Galindol margin over his
nearest competitor, Summit's Jack
Smith, was a very big 8 strokes.
Galindo was crowned the 1959
Lucky Strike championeand in do doing
ing doing so he made local golf history.
Galindo is the firat local golfer to
win the same tournament two
years in a row by match play and
then medal play.
Galindo entered the final round
in the 159 Lucky Strike tournament
with a 3 stroke lead over Bill Bee Beeson.
son. Beeson. At the end of yesterday's first
Jack Smith had moved into the
runner-up snot one stroke ahead
of Beeson. but three behind the
high flvine Galindo. !leading for
home Galindo never let up as he
turned in a very fine one under Rar
34 on the back nine.
While Galindo was standing off
all challengers, Beeson and Robin
Morland were wagine a hot battle
for the runner-up Inot in the Cham Championship
pionship Championship Flight. With Morland up
on the green for his nar on No. 18.
Beeson dronped his chin shot into
the cup for a birdie and second
Smith. although beaten out for
the top honors. had a comnarative comnarativelv
lv comnarativelv easy time of it in his First
Flight. Smith had jumned into an
milt seven stroke lead at the end
nf the first round. and increased
his lead weekly until the final
round yesterday, Smith had an 18
stroke advantage over third place
finisher Cliff Maduro. but the 1959
Juvenia Amateur Chamnion Vince
Lombroia slued garrison finish
to centime socond place, 22 strokes
Of the 00 golfers left in the tour tournament
nament tournament at the end of the lst 54
holes. 50 of the hardiest golfers on
the Isthmus finished out the 72
hole medal Play tournament.
A Post tournament cocktail par party
ty party soonsored by Luckv Strike Cig Cigarettes,
arettes, Cigarettes, Brazos Brook Golf Club
and the PGA was well attended.
touring the cocktail party Brazos
Prezy Captain Godfrey Thompson
presented the prizes in the absence
of Larry Lanham.
A great deal of credit for the
success pf this..,t9urnanlent.Pfr
the many golfers who braved the
Atlantic Side weather for the
past three weeks, and Jimmy Ray Raymond,
mond, Raymond, who ably attended to the of official
ficial official scoring and starting activities.
Cha mpionship light
R. Morland J. 75-1 74-73-292
J. Riley 76-70-76-78-300
J. Smith 71-72-74-73-290
ENEMA JIINNTO 20
P Ifth 1111.1aht
R. Doneett RE191411-1101.151
J. Anderson 014-010-015-(1A--1S1
L, Mosley 91-93-17112.1sA
De Vol! 11A-1.18-120-131-475
Lawrence, Kans. ,(NEA)-- On a
vigit sts Lawrence. Wilt the Stilt
Chamberlain, the basketball star.
(gemmed be ntans ft) eotoolete big
college education In night school
sod by correanondence.
Ames, Ia. (NEMLee Olmstead,
shortstop on the Iowa State base.
ball team. was vMed tba 1959 Mr'
Hucklde-Ruck sward. The award
is given to the player whose firt,.
attitude and lordership tops' the
TIM PANAMA AMPRICAN DIOPPINDENT DAILY mcwsrArzz
COOLING OFF PERIODEl Roy Face, whotte specialty is coming out of the Pirates' bull
pen to es enemy batters, tries to beat the heat in Pittsburgh by taking a ride on a boat aptly
named "Reliefer," With him are his wife, Je3nne, and children, Gene, 1, and Michelle. 3.,
Riley Quintet Still Unbeaten'
In Government Hoop League'
With four seconds remaining;
the score 65-63 in favor of the
leagu e-leading Riley "Gentle "Gentlemen'
men' "Gentlemen' Dick Gayer hit the hoop
with last second 45 foot shot to
throw the game into the first
over-time period this season in
the Canal Zone Government Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League. With the score
tied 65-65, Riley's hoopsters went
on to defeat the tiring Gayer quin quintet
tet quintet in the over-time period, 72 68.
This was the closest that the
league leaders have come to ail ailing
ing ailing from the heights of the un undefeated.
defeated. undefeated. In this thrill-packed
contest the Gent's scoring attack
was led by wee Donny Alexander
with 19 points, he was closely fol followed
lowed followed by teammates Danny Wink Winklosky
losky Winklosky with 18 points, Jack Peran Perantie
tie Perantie and Bob Best with 10 points
each. Roy "Stick" Cul3reeth led
the valient Gayer ,Riecutives,'
scoring offense with a big 26 points
the season's high in individual
At one point during the contest
Culbreth hit for five straight free
throw shots. Abiy assisting :his'
Itgam in the loothtloaltse, vrepAhe
l'Executices flash Captain? Dick
Gayer with 22 pointi.,'The Riley Rileymen
men Rileymen won their second game 14 the
week hy defeating Bill Dela Delamater's
mater's Delamater's Vetereel by a Score of
The score was a close 31-26 at
half-time, but the fest-breek
tense of the Gent'Cproved 'to ninth
for the Vet's end league
leaders went on to defeat the De Delamater
lamater Delamater five by 11 points.
Leading the victors in the scor scoring
ing scoring column was Bob Best with 18
points, followed by, Jack Perantie
with 17 points and Danny Wink Winklosky
losky Winklosky with 12 points. The top
three scoremakers for the Veter Veteran's
an's Veteran's was the very able Wally
Trout who pumped 24 points
through the nets. Trout was fol followed
lowed followed by George Tocherman, the
league's No. 2 individual hign
scorer, with 13 points and Bert
Joyce with 6 points.
The Delamater Veteran's drop dropped
ped dropped their second game of the
week when they lost to Abdiel
Flynn's highly improved Vaga Vagabonds
bonds Vagabonds by a score of 77-52. With
the league's leading scorer
"Moss' Nesbitt, leading the way
with 21 points in the scoring co column,
lumn, column, the Vagabons moved into
undisputed second place in the
league sta S.
Nesbitt was supported by Char Charley
ley Charley "Goncho" Carrantini with 16
points and the Vagabons depend dependable,
able, dependable, rebounding ace, Bill Joyce
with 10 points for the winning
cause. Leading the losing Vet
cause in the scoring column was
George Tocherman with 18 points.,
forward Bert Joyce with 13 points
and guard Dave 'Set-Shot" Rosen Rosenblatt
blatt Rosenblatt with 9 points.
This defeat cottpled with the
Gayer's Exec's defeat at the hands
of the Rileymen, sent the Dela Delameter
meter Delameter five into a cellar-dwelling
tie with Exec's. Flynn's Vega Vegabons
bons Vegabons suffered their first defeat of
the week at the hands of the
Gayer hoopsters. Despite Charley
Carrantini's 15 points in the first
half of play and a 36-29 lead at
half-time the Vagabond five still
went down to defeat in a closet!
hard-fought 63-61 defeat.
Leading the victors in the scor scoring
ing scoring column was Doug Pajak
17 points, Dick Gayer with 15
points and Tommy Cunningham
with 10 points.The Flynn round roundball
ball roundball artists were spearheaded in
the scoring by the league's 'ced 'ceding
ing 'ceding individual scorer, Raymond
"Moss" Nesbitt, with 18 points fol-,
lowed by Charley Carrantini adh
The league leading Riley quin quintet
tet quintet has been averaging 67 points
a ame, a very fast pete for this
still younk season; but, Abdiel
Flynn's quintet has scored the
single-game high score thus fur
this season when his Vagabonds
poured 77 points through the hoops
in defeating Delamater's Teter.
The individual scoring race has
been somewhat altered at the
close of the second week of play.
The Vagabond's "Moss" Nesbitt
has taken over the No. 1 scoring
slot of the Gent's Dos Ales.
ander, with Alexander falling to
the third slot. Still holding the
No. 2 position Is the Veterads
George "Lefty" Tocherman.
It mteresting to note here
that he league leaders, the Ti ley leymen,
men, leymen, now have four of their live
starting five up among the top
ten scorers, which is an indication
as to why the Gent's lead the
league undefeated as the third
week of play approaches. Need Needles
les Needles to say that the Rileymed are
still the team to beat; but, with
new personnel additions to the
Gayer Exec's and the Flynn Vaga Vagabond
bond Vagabond five fast-improving in the
scoring column the on-top Riley
hoopsters had better sit up anti
take notice in the very near
With, 411 teasnS vistlir and 'list 'listly
ly 'listly improving, as the league PlaY
enters its third week of compe competition,
tition, competition, the team standing will de
OFFICIALAIST OF THE' NATIONAL LOTEERY OF BENEFICENCE
5 1 5 5 1 5
Prizes No. Prizes No, Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No.
156.00 1056 156.00 2056 156.00 3056 156.80 4058 156.00 5056 156.00 6056
156.00 1156 156.00 2156 156.00 3156 156.00 4156 156.00 5156 156.00 6156
156.00 1256 156.00 2256 156.00 3258 156.00 51256 156.00 5256 156.00 6256
2,600.00 1356 52,000.00 2356 2,600.00 1 3356 2,600.00 4356 2,600.00 5356 2,600.00 6356
156.00 1456 156.00 2456 156A10 3456 156.00 4456 156.00 5456 156.00 6456
156.00 1556 156.00 2556 156.00 3556 156.00 4556 156.00 5556 156.00 6556
156.00 1658 156.00 2656 156.00 3656 156.00 1 4656 156,00 5656 156.00 6656
156,00 1758 156.00 2756 156.00 3756 156.00 1 4756 156.00 5755 156.00 675d
156.00 I 1856 154.00 2856 158.00 : 3856 156.00 4856 156.00 5856 156.00 6856
156.00 I 1958 156,00 2956 156.00 1 3956 156.00 4956 156.00 5958 104 6956
520.00 I 13411
0236 1SS.00 I 123S 156.00
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2102, June 21, 1959
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "9"
520.00 I 1351
9 I s
2289 260.00 I 3280 260.00
1242 man I 1204 130.00
1203 130.00 I 1280 130.00
2238 158.00 I 3238
104.06 I 5229 104.011 5231 IMMO 1 5233
104.00 5234 104.60 5132 Nowt 5234
NOTE. The winning tickets with the last cipher and with the two last
ciphers applY only to the First Prize.
The Find Prize and the 2nd and 3rd Prizes are, drawn separately. The ap.
proximation') are calculated on the First, Second and Third prizes Tri case
a ticket should cam) thy numbers of each prize. the holder to entitled to
elAim navmfmt for each
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, June 21, 1059
Drawina Number 503
Firm, Prize 56 $11.00' $220.00
Second Prize 89 3.00 60.00
Third Prize 36 2.00 40.00
TEN TOP SCORERS
Nesbitt, R. (F)
Alexander, Don (R)
Perantie, Jaek (R)
Winklosky. Dan (B)
Joyce, Bert (D )
Carrantini, C. (F)
Trout, Willy' (D)
Best, Boh (R)
Gayer, Dick (G)
520.00 I 1353
finitely suffer an alter4ion with
the title of "un-defeated' soori to
520.00 I 1355
Ites'ults Of First Weekly'3'i
Balboa Swimming Meet"-id
After the disappointment of be being
ing being rained out on rriday, the first
of the five weekly $W1111 meets got
off to a fine start on Saturday
morning even though there was a
leck of swimmers in some age
groups especially among the girls
' MI comnetitors arP reminded
that in order to be eligible' for a
final ,award. they must attend a
minimum of 3 meets. Any boy or
girl whn wishes to swim in the next
meet, June 26, will be welcome. 1
At the close ,of the meet, all the
contestants enitived a "Horse, and
Rider" competition. 'rhe Pair that
were left in possession of the
swimming nool were Presented
with a candy bar each. For the
swimming gam0 next week. all
nompetitors will niens0 bring with
them an old shirt, reit pants and
The results of the meet and the
number of points earned are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Girls
6 years and under: none.
7 and year olds:
1. Florence Thompson 20 points.
9 and 10 vear olds:
1. Mary Thompson 16 points.
2. Jane 'MI On 13 points.
3. Paine la Mcilbenny 1 point.
11 and 1'2 yepr olds:
1. tivianne Kevin 16 points.
2. NancV Chadwick 13 points.
3. Bonnie Crowell 3 points.
13 and'14 year olds:
1. Nancy Morency and Jane
tlearn 13 noints each.
2. Marilyn Cambv 1 point.
15 and 1R year olds:
1. Danielle Hemel 5 points.
186.00 4238 158.00
10400 q238 104.00
104.00 5237 104.00
PRIZES ARE PAID IVITHOUT
8 years and under: WO.
7 and year olds:
1. David Ru PriPlt la points.
2. Byte(' Mr7lbAnnv 14 mints.
3. Mike Chadwick and John
Thomoson 2 points Mich.
9 and 10 year olds:
1. Duncan rnd Jody Summerford
10 points each.
2. Roehrt Mallahan 5 points.
3. Gerald Starr 1 noint.
11 and 12 Year olds:
1. Roark Summerford 20 points.
2. Gary Va licher 12,noi,nts.
3. Duke Wilson 4 points.
13 and 14 yarolds:
1. Jim Dykes 15 points.
2. Jim Wilson 12 points.
3. Garth Feeney 6 points.
Derived From First Prize
620.011 I 1360
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
5289 260.00 6289 26000 7289 260.04
1288 130.08 1291 130.80 1293 130.00
1290 130.84 I 1292 tad.00 1194 130,00
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
6236 lscon ,.7236 158.00
5230 mum .5240 104.00
5230 incon 5241 locon
Signed by: The Governor of the Provinte of Panaina ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JOEL MEDINA
WITNESSES: Slat Morales---Ced 5-6756 RICARDO VALLARINO
Carlos ValderramaCed 8 AV-19-657 Notary Public. Panama
624.04 1 1362
628.000 00 each series
7.600.00 each aeries
3.800 00 each aeries
260.00 each series
1,300 00 each aerie!'
IR no each 'Priem
26.00 each aeriea
15 and 16 year olds:
1. Harry Van Loon 15 points,
Carnival time is here again, No
need to rush to your calendar, be because
cause because it's a fact!
All this week there will be a bee beehive
hive beehive of activity in and around
Hangar No. 6 at klbrook Air Force
Base. Volunteers of both sexes
and all ages will be putting the
finishing touches on the big event.
They figure to Dui on the biggest
and best show the Isthmus hat
seen for some time.
No one needs a reason for hav having
ing having fun, and when it is combined
with a good cause pull out all the
stops! While everyone will be
having the time 'of his life. the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will go toward the mini minimum
mum minimum goal of $5,000 to send the
Panama Cant Zone Teener Base Baseball
ball Baseball to Hershey. Pa. to compete
with the best teenage ball clam
inthe United States.
The workers will not only set up
a wide variety of booths to de delight
light delight all ages, sexes and inclina inclinations,
tions, inclinations, but will also attempt to
dress up the carnival grounds td
recreate the exciting atmosphere
of the small town fair.
There will be hawkers and
clowns, refreshments to tickle the
pallets of young and old dancing
for the younger set, displays on
tLe serious side, a fortune teller :
for the curious, games for ad- --
venturous, events for the small
fry, a merry-go-round, and prizes
more prizes and more prizes.
The carnival will open at 6 p.m.
on Tuesday, June 30. and will con-
tinue through Sunday, July 5.
Opening on the week end, includ including
ing including Friday, July 3, will be 12,
noon. Closing time will generally
be around 1 p.m. but it depends;
on how much fun we are having.,
Come with the family and have a
good time. There are ample park parking
ing parking facilities.
No. PO tes No. Priz6s No. Prizes
7056 156.00 8056 156.00 9056 156.00
7150 156.00 8156 tscoo 9156 156.00
7256 156.00 8256 156.00 9256 156.00
7356 2,600.00 8356 2,600.00 9356 2,600.00
1456 156.00 8456 ise.on 9456 156.06
7556 156.00 8556 156.0A 9556 156.00
7656 156.00 8656 156.00 9656 156.00
7756 156.00 8756 156.00 9756 156.00
7856 156.00 8856 156.00 9656 156.00
7650 156.80 6956 156.00 9956 156.00
520.00 1304 520.08
520.00 1385 520.08
R23S ISS.00 9238 ISSAS
S24? t44.60 S244 104.00
5243 164.04 5245 184.049
Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were s nid at: The 1st. panams, 2nd. Fpnama Pnd 3rd. in Panama.
The Nine Hundred NI hole tickets ending in 6 and not Included in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars (152.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" "B"
PART. A. MEL M.
Th prizes will be -paid le accordance with the Official List of Pansma
the offices of the National Beneficient Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2103 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1959
Divided in two striae of ,211 fractions each denominated -A" and "E"
FIRST PRIV PRIVI
I PRIVI First Prize, Serie A and B. of 926.000 00 each series 952.000,00
1 Second Prize. Series A and R. of 7)100.00 each series 19.600.00
1 Third Prize Series. A imd R of 3.900 00 each series 7.800.00
18 Approximations, Series A end R. of 290.00 each series 9.3oo.rm
Prim Series A and, g. of 1,300 00 each series 23.400 00
90 Prizes. Series A and B. of r no each series 14.040 00
900 Prizes. Series A and Et of 29.00 each series 4a.1100.00
18 Approximations, Sulam A and R. of $ 05.00 each series $ 3.340
2 Prise& Series A ond 13. of 130.00 each series 2.340.;
HI Approximations, Series A and 1, of $ 52.00 each series I 1,372.00
I Prires. Series A and 11. of 11.00 each series 1.404.00
; 1074 -Prinm Total 111711.10511N
Price of a whole ticket $26.00
Price of a 52nd part 0.50
DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
-:;4N 134, t
C, 7; .-.-
, Panama ,feathorweil
Jisus Sahlemaria sto
today in the wake of b
ten-round decision c
126-pound king Victor
jam at the Colon Are
In scoring the deci
Santa m somewhat
the loss heFitiffered 1
24. The Panamanian,
129 pounds for that
he was too heavy and
be lighter, and bett
The Colon, clbuter k
Last nightlie tipped
be was the '"olcl!' Sant
as speed;and- stamina
But what had ths
who paid, $3545i, cor
used a stiff laft, jab
twain with both ho
fective blocktng ta
his barbed wiratoull
man who wentin mur
lye tactics,, but he am
ited from his losin
with Chestnut and co
lot in protecting thims
The Panama chamt
that since' losing to! it
be changed his forme'
Plummer,- for his bri
for last night'!qiittle
1 1 ir-a.infng rout
slow and res
les' but slo
at the mate
his less mai
which he si
left hooks ai
I i snits retell
. Mexican wal
going down I
es and the 1
. ... , L'
, .: -,-,- A, ,, r ..0 I ...'
,. '-'1. -"... I i
. : 10 ?rDAY.; nINE 13; 19159 -----,---. .--L...f.L.-...G-r- ,,,E TIM r AN CNA AbIZRICAM Alli D11)11:YINI)ENY DAILY NIViSliAtl'Zil PAO!! Slitlf ill I
- ihe to fly,
, -,,M1.7Trfrrt.',:7,,'"-- ,,'f :,- '':' ',,, ,,', V ., ,,,,. ..,,,:., ::::,-,,,':,,,,:,:. T., 1 ,-,1 a .; "'It
- '4 '.--"L "'-'? 'Itrk''' ''''''t.' '''t7;:!
,, .-,'' ,;4N44- P"'''' """,.'w ' .. DrEP',7.'-'!:: :::11'7:::::1:47::'; '?"'H":'"r'7''''''':'4:77:'"'':"7:::;:77:71:"7":r::.:''d''''4::: ..: ''''''''' '7" .....:.::::i::.t:i.;','::':..::::.4.''..::rti.,:.4..4,i..t,.iii::'::.5.1!..i,:!.(41.:1!'",l'''''.:!:.4,:'''',:::.: :1E,':::!::;:.!....;:ii::1:'. ,n, esults Of rirst Weekly
, ,;. ,.-,..--.0,J
' '':'''' t CUnWING4g a ,t .6. - -, :,:4-:,, 4
, '', ,..
1' :-. 4 .....;:',-",-,,,i r:aCki':,'', : ,t- '-'-,4 Jack Smith - tf:,,,,,,-ii,::,-:,,::,:,,,, ,, 1, ,,,::,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,r:,::
, ::,,,,,:-,:,.,,,::::, :, .,,,,, ,:...:,,,,,::::,,:,,,. ,,,:;::,,,,:, ,::.:,::::,,::...,::,,,, :,:,,, ,,:,,,s,;, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ir. ,
, , , t.z.,'-',,,,::,'",,i,,!,-'.--,' -' ".. 0: :"': g,-".!,:":.,.,,',::,,I...".;'i,! i. -.., ,!:-CZ::,.,::.,,,,,,-,', ,',
' ':' .... '''''''''''''''''''..: :''''''''.." :':.:.'"'::':':"':.:.".4 ....''::.:'''""f....::''''' Dallopoa SwImming Meet
'. perisatitzolk ,:,,,, ;, , , .1,,,,,.4i,.::,,,,,::,: :: :,:,,,:::,:,:.:,:,-.,,,,,,.:,,-:::1:,;,!,
' -,--- :,1,,:t:1,,,,,,:;,,,,,,...,:
, ,.. Runnerup; 6 t,,,.,:,, ,,,,,::,:::,,::::.,::,,.,,,,,,.,:,,s,,,,:,
,"":",,,:,:,;,:,,,,,:,,,:,:,:,,,,,.,:,.:.::., ,. ." 411,;;:l.-.4'' ,7,A,,:k
Ikligrt7 ., y:7,1, :7. ,--,-------,7' N z, ,..
.,,,i, 4 ::,,, .--,
At :-4,7 4 iti:tt,,,,, ,, ,,, ti., .11,, .., 4 : IH,
,s:' :::;i:, ,,' ,,,,..!4!-,,,,,,,:.:::.-,1!.:,:v,iu-::;.A-&,...',04wh:4- ,:t,...41,i'A::;,:i:ikW.1,4tW After the 15 and 16 year olds:
0, ''"4-,i,::'''''..:r,:':-.:;,:t::,;,'..:is' ',,,,,;:14 ,,,o
. ,,,;" y174- ,,,,,i''''I'f.,,,,,,,,.4..;,', k 4,:,,,, ii. ::4 (14. i,,
1 Harry Van Loon 15 points,
' i,e,-,, A:.7 1-,f2-r''','' ,;47,Pi,,4'ity-,A, 4. k Strokes 0.ack. ,-::,,,,,::,,,,:,:.:,,,,::,:,:, ,: f yenttheof fibres;
''''''''"'"Ny::.4": f s
.,..i.,t.:0,1 L'..oir i ' ,,,,i,746it'l., 'ip.
,e- -,,,, e;i4,, N ,, 411!.,,f,,,,;00.1.!,;1'.f of the five week! Milli me
- '.:'''''''''''' i'::':'':'''''' ''''::1 ing rained oudtigoanPP:Frinidtma
T eener Team
fr,jif ,,,,,,- ..,,,t
:,:...,,,,,,!, '?,',I::;',I.ie:,,V,.7., N.,. ,,,,,.
' : :: :':' 1 li :':".'''4::'v'':." '''4::''''"5- N it'''.'''' .:,':r," tk ::,5 ''''' :42) 1'
,..,:',4::,, ; :
'''''':',5',f,,,,t, lk it'';-':::,-t ,!:e:.4-i '04 ,,,.:,,,,,,, : ,,,;:::::: ?,, : :, f fimp co krt:ot nfag s f iwe vni mee nmtleht:osr tu g hi n9tnh selmea etwu rsdas aa Yea
, :,44:::' r :1:.1 . ;Ai
Brazos Brook's low scoring Ani-
bal Galindo retained his, Lucky ..
.. ... : :: ..i4:,::0:,:,lia-,tiZ,:!: 1i''.; :,::!4!t:', :,....,kg'..-
4.fik.eie,-e;r '5Z-,, --, ' ;,-,, Strike golf titles as he turned in a 11.6
-it: li.,.....,A,4,,: : --ii...;,c:, gr, mourcoemapneectiiatohrys a ma ropeg rtheemignidrelsd
that in order to be eligible' for a
5.t.:,,,,,,,,4:',::: ,,,,,,:,::::,:,. .,, -,-
final Aware, they must attenvd oar
! :,:t..,.6.1 i.;,,i, 4,''''..,'.t'02.1.4:.1;e411; two over pivaeBrrhrizmolea,tittwierroodnankyintaGtt,notthlitel .: .,,,.,:,,;;,,,,.. retitt:::4.. ::.:,:t.:5.::,r.:.,,,a.,,:::.:::: :,:::,..,.....t.40.
" '''4'. :,, ... ,,,,,,:',,'....k4,5,,, ,,,.'it, ---,,,,e, dol ,,,t
0 swim in the next 1
. irt:, ', r ,,gztf,i,e,,.;,',,, ,:,..14,i
'C a c
of 284. Galindo'S margin over his
- meet, itine 26, wi 1
. ,V. ,,: :' 4!..::;-1.4,.;,:i,..t.:. J.,,,,,.,?,..,,;...!..
":::: :, ,,,:,, 4,,....,,ii..',p -,..,;,:,i-....,v gmirinl iwillbunnlwinsIbe3smt elett:e AwneYlrob:e.
..$ 15'1,:, 4:, 'I 1) -,-, ''77;:.';?''';':. ,.
, ii4''-rt si , 471;, s.. ,,,,,,,,Av.,
li,-,,,C,.-,,,,, ,,y..-..',.,,,,...i:;;,-,7,.7;';,' nearest competitor, Summit's Jagk 7;:::j".1.1,41:,:,?443.
Galindo wes crowned the 1959
Smith, was a very big 8 strokes. ..:;,.:t.....::,:..,,, ,,,;,,,, .. :..1 ...4:::: .........,..7r7.177.;;H.777 ...H.:,...77::,...r,,...L a :..... ..r.::,-::.:;?:'-".-""1"17....7.717777777,::.:,:: :,., : : :;;1.':',.p:,,:,:!.:7
' ' ' N ':.. t: birtlu- r '::' ,e : air that
' ' ''' Riticr competition. 'rht 0 C
arnival time is here again, N
' 4 :':::Mel'',..,..,,,'..',',,',;:. ;L,:s-A,1 TA .S : '. ::?,:': .: '''' ''': '" H,..., rontestants enidved a "Horse. sod
N e,-17.4'.:' ..... -.0..4k'(':'' At the close ,of the meet, all the i
ILnuteksy0 Shtreikmtaedheitimotpairiolf8dh.18 do- ..:'':;',..::.I.:',,,.:.!,,.?!.!!!.,ii.,:,....0.,...!ii..;t:,.!:,::':;:',....:::;',-,,...,i!,:,-,,..!.,:- ...:. :,...::;.,1::':.,7:;.,-:":::1,:.::':.',','..:,..',.,:... .,, .::,, .p. ......::, .fr...... .. . : ,..;,:,
. 17:4;74t7-0,-o.,-!4:v.A A
need to rush to your calendar, be
fed ' f t'
, x,-,,,,, I jrtif' tp. Pi .. f, were left in noss
cause it s a se
',..,..! -' '0 01114& 1 Galindo is the first local gollerwton ...: .,!!,,,,...w.z..:,,, ,..,,,if ...: ...... .. :.. v .... ,
. 'woi '.....::: 'rlab ) -'; '- v:itil atitcolarn!Y All this week there will be a bet
11, win the same tournament t -'.' 'L r: --,,, ,- ..
swimming tamp next week. 5111 hive of activity in and aroun
- ----------- Ail' ?IrJ.11"111"1411111. years in a row by match pl v
then medal play.
in the 159 Lucky Strike tourn '''' T'',,,,.,,, :::::';'i::' ,:- :,.,:::::,,,:::-::,..,.::,,,,..,',A.".-',...,;:: ,.:,', i :'': n
.. .. .,,.........
oun- ..i...4,- ,irox,,,,,,t4u.!.,-, -4,-t
ament A.. ,.. ...
Galindo entered the finalar- ancid ; .:::;"'"A:::;::'''':: "' -, .,
- - - act
' . rt ytPrs, ., ,,., -.: ..
:4'':::":':: :.'..:':.:'''''':.:':' ."::. '''. : '''''.: ..:' -- -- ----- ------- --;'-- forl sneskers.
- -- - .---...- ---- swimming nool were Preset)
will nlense bring with Hangar No.
ession of the
.bar each. For the
b''a them an old shirt, pair pants and 6 st klbrook Air Fore
Base. Volunteers of both s 0.
and all a Will ho rklIttInfrt
1 --, .....-.....
'ffi'l: ---"'-....-7 .4fre.t.1.:.r.f'
1: i ,,,.194'1.3ei:i '''''''..
: .''. ...4,-,- ,,,,r11.1,,1 ) I ',7,,f,":.
v.7: : Z1 :11.'0' 4 f
,...'- ' ..7 :'
, , ., ,.' -,;i4,,44,4;::
; .44 :'.:1,t:.-,:S:.,,',,,,,
: !'' -,:',.",e' ,-,?,',-,!:427- ;'' rq.V, ,
- vd-1-,'!';;i'' -"'"',i,'1.. ",,,- A ..,--V,;;'K't.,l'z6z ,....:!,7;-,, ,141-c- i,
. :.t.':: 'it:',',:',..;,.,,,:,i,.,,g;,,,?4,ivii,,4:,,. ''',.''5C$0''''''''''',-:''''.r' -A',4'.:4,11;0
". )4';',!'"';it-''!,t:Z.:4.f''--'?V:'.;,':!,i,-:;;AQ it a a .-A'Y,:',-!,:-, ..7e!m.,.;: ,i, ; :1,..,,,,,, ,,,1
f.':....-::,--;,-.',37,1,V.:::si'41,i'kliiAW Lla 'Y,'!';',1,:f : -- -'.;:?,S,.4':.:.!:11.-,4,,,,,,.'iY7::!4
i::':' ':Vi,,;,:,.-:1g,4',,,164k,, i rfr''. ''0;',,,,,,':4.,1, '''''' ''1'-'0,', ::
;:7::;:i4.!tAlttkifi:';;W, W ,,, ': ,:, ,, ,,. "!;.A,Ii.).
- --,f;,5:Vq.'N4,1,;:iAii4,04t; efteit 44,,1,0, ' Iiit.:.P
1 I .:,E.::N,,p,;i74:,,o;,,,,o,,NA:434.r,,Ai...i,k; le. ,,,4,,,,s,.,--k,;0,:,q,,,,,,,,e,,it.:,;!..,,,v
7 ti;,:',',;'S..fViAttl!7,214k, TA .,.-17-tioi-,-,1,:,:,,,,444'04,,N)
It'Pr..i.0.,a,..,-;),,,,,i'4440rtriIi")''' gib ,t4A,fKmtwt,itt-ouw
(:::.,Iii,.-,,. ,s, -,3,tv ,40,14,,,goi,,,t5ze -,!,,,,4:444,3ff41,,i,
.N.;,,,x, 7!N".1614ti, .1 tab -,,,,,,q,,,,,i,.4,?4,I$4,,4AriN.,,,t,
:,;.g :4,4., ,.. ''1'2,, tit ,,?,,,,.;,;,,,A1.,,.. .., v.,,,kM,,,,,,,Y ,.., -,!, i'Ait;
- t,-.4,;;;;t., '..,,,,r,,,ii;,rel.,,',00-; -.' -:0 .4.tv!!,,'',..4;;;5:4-4,,,,11;,,',1miv,10,.. ,,,t,
10-g,, -.:: '' ',1-, ::' 7,:,:, 07. :1,,!$:i.;:-i04'',,,i5','ia4..,,,,,15,:.;:-,,A70
Z4-01,':4,,. ,,, Nag :':-.'"ki::!,':',';'.;; -- ''''',
SIMI 111.41' 1 V ,0i, .,-4..;
4:1C I i eiPAVA7,41 tr.
, Cdoirolv- r,,t
'', ''' ..: 1
, ., ,4,,,i ,4,,,,, koft4,,,,
41C 0 M E., ,S,E E ,,,, ), '-.4,!i, ,:! ' ,,.,,
, .:4 ; -,:.,,,,, ,,
, ..,.r -At' 0 ..''.
SOFIALOREN ;' --, ,,,,)
. 7. ,,., .K.,
' ' T ;4: 4:
...The lovely lody,wIto keept ho:use for (Azi"4"-'1.:, '''I''',
- CARY. CRINT.-ill1 ...,. ., .:i
IA 0 OS- Et ch ,,
P r cr) a ,,t,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,at
,THE FUN STAR S
T ,,, ,4
, q 1,, 4
''''3'' 4,, 1 '''''L 4,.
11 c c c4:1,61 V clal
,......., ..4 VIVO .6A. 4. 4.4 ,..
INIO 3' 1 i' ,f(P
6 I 114
Iti : 1'.
. itOtt i '''
' I .''.:' 1
' 1 f
, ; .;
, 1 ,,
, r, z
''' ' '', It
' t-, t '. - e .of "' ', .11 .. '; ,t., ,,-;':- '4, ''.--,,,,, t .. ..., , ,, -,- 4 k ,., ,- -,,, ,
nut pumitt AmnLICAN AN nu)-7211:1115: ENT imiLit wirwiliPAns ,
us, ,,: -, 1.,), ofFA 4' --
14.4,11 ill7t1 al Xt-IT ,:itn4. 'fit';',"'
PACS 11010 irg .-
MONDAY, ,113Nt 11, 3.00)
, ,.---- -. ,.! At-44 4 '-
-Classified Ads Classified Ads
Classified Ads Classified Ads' ,- -- -- '): -,,,, ,.,,
, c , ,
. 0 ti I 0 I .. ofl 4
mane tt I
'4:'' 7-': ..z AGENTS: - 111IN 'I I 111 ,1111111111Mr 1 ,:".,,
Phone Panama 2-0744) for ,I, :' ...,,, r-, , ',,,.,i Clandfled par eloseell:SO
, .... t a
,, inforrnatkm about Clas- LEA'S St)1111 AD wrrit ON Or OUS AGENTS OR OUR OMCES AT 1341 "II" sysitErr PANAMA LMRERIA PRECIADD-11 i HIBLAGENCIAS am. mos. to Fri" l't a.m.
sifieds. Charge your ad if INTERNAL. DE PUSLICACIONES-0,4lo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA tral Av 45 u' LOURDE PHAILMSCItts2 La ilia Ctrs
BARDO--Nst 24 "IL" Street idi SIORSISON-40 of July Ave. & J St. LENVISIIISEIWIC;Are. Tivoli Ncl 4 EARMACLti ESTADOS IINIDOS C traillffil-
yea have a commercial PASSIM:I& LUX.,-1441 Calmat Arts HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE...J. fro. do la Ossa Are. No. 41 POTO DOMY-.Juste Aresentesa Are. and 33 St- ?Al ?All"
l" ?All" "I Ave Side p.m. Sat. for Sun.
contract. MAC1A VAN DER J1S-56 Street No 53 EARMACIA EL BATuititoParlym Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS"Vta Perna III NOVEDADES ATMS.. :,
Offita open 11-8 weekdays. limo mom
Beside Sella Vista Theatre and Brawl' at Minimax Super Market on Via Espae COLON OPTICS: 15th and Amader Guerrero Nth. 14121 -.- TeL 431 1 1111111110ULINPAIIIL k (
' ', ininlik6Nr- in
All .11:--..0calli-41 :1011-;r11Pla7'-' :41; ,:,';',1.
I Resorts 11 Apartments
Automobiles 11 Miscellaneous 11' Komi Articles
. vr,mintalaMIMis '') "4- ; -4-- ; i, $. ,
,,,n 1-, o ays Ope log
11 1.- d s
NI i VEsTolt
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages FOR RENT:Furnished apart- FOR SALL-1955 Hillman two FOR SALLStereophonic Rec- FOR SALL-1957 Kammer Da- rolt SALE -:-:11.oilo $.1)(1 as4 1-000 i
Santa Ciars II de P. PUBS Pa- merits in Cameral's. or unfurnish- door, Californian. Very good con- cords. Classical and possulars. A- luxe dryer, $175.00. ar lost of- mato in tilt Naive Higadronse f At? 4441 1 1 e '' '.. t I
' v 'tip 'i-18-.C-.K1 PRICES'
beta 1-1877 Criotokal 1-1673. ad, two bodroom, livingroorn, dition. $575.00. Tel. 3-7367. GENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Straet No. for. Albrook 16-3102. hcallent Urbanizatials across the Ronson -GUIDE
and balcony around. maid's room sondition. Racetrack. All kto with street
Foster cottages. between Santa with service, garage anti hot wa- FOR SALL-1958 Oval 7.200 fronts. swags, watet main sad
... i miles. Coce Soie 36-355. FOR SALLT.V. RCA "21". FOR SALE: --. jamas automatis electricitt. Call W. Mclantatt. --
. i , .
Phone Panama 2-0746 for
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
yea have a commercial
PHILLIPS Ocoasois Cottages
Santa Clare It. do P. PUBS Pa Pa!
! Pa! soma 1-1877 Cristobal 1-1673.
hetet cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
Wm Phone lalinta 1866.
FOR RENT:--Vacation guartors
from Juno 20th to Aug. 20th.
Will t two couploa, 52531
Diable. Phan 2-3315.
FOR RINT:Local commercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT: 31610 square
, meters. suitable tor a warehouse
workshop. garage. S Street. be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Franpion&
pion& Franpion& Street. close to Auto Ser Serpicks.
picks. Serpicks. S235.00. Phone 2-04111
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
Independent entrance with bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. To ono porson. Second St.
Peraiii. No. 7-189 upstairs.
WANTED:Wish to place ex exporiencod
poriencod exporiencod cook-housekoepor. un unable
able unable to live in. Balboa 2-6355.
WANTED TO RENT: Beach
tom. for use July and August
Box 4356 Panama.
WANTED:--Vacation guartort, first
week in August. 1 bedroom, Wil William,
liam, William, Balboa 2-3546.
WANTED TO BUY:-1950 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth or Chovrolot not too ex exponslyo.
ponslyo. exponslyo. Second otroot 1029-A,
Curundu. Phone 83-6171.
Loom to titivo lo Pa111114 CRY,
without 4ionost, dual oontroliod
sot, wood inotructot. TM. 1-
POI SAL11:--lostan Tarr kr pup puppy's,
py's, puppy's, AKC ossolattrad. Call Navy
39116, batwPo 940 cos. to
"MED STATES OF AmcnicA
Canal Zone I
United States District Court For
The District el The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Clinton Tate, Plaintiff vs. Phyllis Jean
fat Defendant. Summons Cue No.
4647 Civil Docket 22 Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You aro hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
obove-entitied action within ninety days
atter the find publication.
bt can of your failure to ao appear
end answer. Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
&mended In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
row.. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, SOB 12th day of June. 1959.
Sara de la Fella
BysMarlan D. Bowen
To Phyllis Jean Tate
The foregoing summons is served
opo you by publication to the order
Of e Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
Jud fit, United Stain' District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
June 11, 1959. and entered and filed
in this action in the office of the Cierk
of said United States District Court for
the Division of Balboa, on June 11,
Sara de la Pella
ByaMarian D. Bowen
,,- ommercial Guide
I WOO Al. lee MEE NNE. litad 16411 5 NW ma
1 I ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost SO .85 per coil inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
t, Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor ratas and information
Tel Panama 2-0552
Monday tbru Friday
9:N amt. a 12:99
2:00 Se 5:00
ilaiurday: 9:110 a.m. to 21:00
;kr ',. 7', r..-' el lial am 1 m i 's
..- ,,,, -,
. . ,,,.
LEA'S X04111 AD wrim ONS OP' OUR AGENTS 011 OUR mom AT 13-17 'H" SWEET. PANAMA LMEERIA PSECUIDp--1 Street Ss. HI &GSMIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUSLICACIONESNo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOCrstral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACV-732 La Carvampellia SARMACIA WMRARDO--Na
24 "1r Street At RIORXISON-40 of July Ave. & .1 St LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoli Ne. 4 PARMACIA ESTADOS UNID04-141 Cesare &we.
PASMACIA LUX.-144 Carmel Arm HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-4. Few de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY.-Justo Aresennesa Ave. and 33 St.- FAS FASMAC1A
MAC1A FASMAC1A VAN DER J1S-541 Street Ne 53 EARMACIA EL BATURSOParque Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS"Vta Perna III NOVEDADES Anus--
B eside Sella Vista Thestre and Orimek at Minimax Super Market on Vie Eripaa COLON OFFICE: 15th and Amader Guerrero Nth. 14E21 -. TeL 43L
FOR RENT:--Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments in Cangreio, or unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, two bedroom, livingroorn,
and balcony around, maid's room
with service, garage and hot wa watts'',
tts'', watts'', Alberto Navarro Street, La
Castellani' Building. Tel'. 2-2881
FOR RENT;--Modern ang at attractive
tractive attractive two-bedroom apartment
ing entire upper floor of
now and lovely building .in good
location at Nuevo Campo Alegra
Living-dining r o m. kitchen.
maid's room with bathroom,
space for laundering, hot water
and garage. Added attraction of
over 80 square meters of te
for comfort, relaxation and
pleasure. Good viow of Hotel El
Panami Hilton. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT:One 2-room. one
3-room furnished apartment, GI
approved, National Avenue, tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 2870
FOR RENT:Beautiful Duplex
apartment, porch, terraces, gar gardens.
dens. gardens. Casa Va Darin, Transisth Transisthmien,
mien, Transisthmien, Avenida No. 9. Phone 4-
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom chalet, liv living
ing living room, dining room, kitchen,
maid's room. garage. etc. For six
months. 95th Street No. 43,
S185.00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious;
best section of Campo Alegre.
Livino MOM. &Mine room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage, etc.
Very cool. Enquire beside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
FOR RENT: Well furnishel
two bedroom apartment. one bed bedroom
room bedroom air-cosclitiosed, located in
Campo Alegre. near El Panam
Hilton. For 8 months. S175 00
monthly. Call 1-2128 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT:Apartment 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, comfortably furnished. Re Refrioerator,
frioerator, Refrioerator, stove, hot water, pots,
disills and other kitchen utensils.
43rd street No. 2.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, large porch, dining
living, maid's room, hot water.
Also furnished or unfurnished
one bedroom apartment 1st El
Cangreio. Call 1-7453.
FOR RENT! Luxurious apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all eonveni In the
best residential ion, hvo bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, largo porch, livingroom
magnificent, intispentfont, kit kitlaundrose
laundrose kitlaundrose room maid's
MOM. Information. 2-1107
front 7 a no. to 11 a.m. and from
12 noon to 4 p.m.
LOST:Mynah bird, black with
yollow rang oolor bill,
and yellow legs, whit toot on
each wing, he says howdy noigh noighlior,
lior, noighlior, hello and boll boy, also
wolf whistles, anyone seeing Mill
bird ploase fall Balboa 3026.
Veiled Well District Court Tor The
District of The Canal Zone
ln the matter of the estate of Rob Robert
ert Robert E. Lee Anderson, Deceased, No.
Notice of time set for proving will and
hearing aplication for letters.
Notice is hereby given that a petition
for the probate of the w111 of Robert
E. Lee Anderson, deceasetif and for the
issuance of letters of administration
with the will annexed to Sam R. Moo Moody
dy Moody was tiled in this Court on June 17.
1959. and that July 16. 1959 at 9 o'clock
am,. in the Courtroom of this Court at
Ancon. Canal Zone. has been set for
the hearing of said petition. when and
where any person Interested may appear
and contest the same. and show cause,
If any. why said petition should not be
Dated at Amon. Canal Zone. this ..Itme
Sara de ta Paha
Clerk of Court
, Chief Deputy Clerk of Court
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE, Co.
LOW RATES TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4931 3-4935
All Types of Auto Insurance
NICKEL PLATE REPORTS
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI). The
Nickel Plabe Railroad announced
Tuesday that May lirosq revenues
were 814,128,446 while the net in income
come income totaled 81,428,797. L.
White, chairman, and F. S. Italps,
President, said the net Income
equaled 34 cents per share, which
wax an increase of 21 esents, com
pared with May, 19511.
FOR SALL-1955 Hillman two
door, Californian. Very good con condition.
dition. condition. $575.00. Tel. 3-7367.
FOR SALE:--1958 Opel 7.200
miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford, fordor,
Fordomatic, with radio, blower,
new tires, $1,125.00. Robb' 84-
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1956
Holiday 88. four door hydrama hydramatic,
tic, hydramatic, radio. white tires, mileage
13,800, seats and interior doors
covered fitted plastic, one owner
and driver. beautiful condition,
leaving country, $1495.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6830.
FOR SALE:--Morris Minor 1958,
only 2,000 miles. showroom con condition
dition condition 61,300. Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel. excel excellent
lent excellent condition, first $1250. takes
it Tel Balboa 2405. House No.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
hardtop. auto trans., radio, wsw,
FOR SAILE:--11959 Ford. 4 door
sedan. mech. shift, 500 milts.
FOR SALE:-49 Studebaker. 6
starlite coupe, black. radio, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. very clean. Call Ft. Clav Clavton
ton Clavton 3246.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick con convertible,
vertible, convertible, new paint, new uphols upholstery,
tery, upholstery, good tires, dynaflow, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4452.
FOR SALF:-1948 Ford sedan
S175 00, 000d tires and battery,
fUlli fine, inspected Panama 3-
FOR SAILE:-1957 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, Fordomatic radio,
power ateerino. trunks unit. air airconditionin.
conditionin. airconditionin. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:-1950 Hudson. 4-
door, good transportation, $200.
6,1bo, 6-417 or Balboa 6-
326, evenings only.
FOR SALt-54 Mercury Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, two door, hardtop, Mere Mereomatic,
omatic, Mereomatic, w.s.w, extras, 37,000
miles. Balboa 6426.
FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, good condition.
$250.00, Cristobal 3-1343..
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi and
We do more Work. betause we
do it the best.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your .home ond proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt iscientific treatment an
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boots CI Motors
FOR SALE:-30' cutter "Nord "Nordstar"
star" "Nordstar" Balboa Yacht Club. Carl Carlson.
son. Carlson. Balboa 3548.
FOR SALE: 14' tiberplassed
runabout, 1958, 15 horse out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer, accessories, $650.
0433, Ancon, phone Balboa 6412.
BOUND FOR WATERThis
teen-ager in Fast Java, 'tido,
nesia, hasn't been bound to a
stake. She's carrying a long
barnbo9 water pail to a well.
:, ' :t : '...
.:.. : .: .."-
, i 'kt.
I ' '',' ... 4 k
'''' ', : i,
..,: '''" s.,.,..::''::,.:
' ,":: ''',
: l', 3
r 4.:-,,,,!. ,:.
':: 4,15, P :
1 i. Jk: ,, ,::'
O. i.1 e'''' 4.: '.!'"::,
r -: , :, ,,.,:,,
!i:,-e,'.'''Al- v :':',...
t rit::::, '..,,,:'lltii:..:'7.:....''''''''
,. 1 t
kt,,o,, 1 i.;t:
' '' ,,.. .1.'"L'''''s.4'- '''''' 4' .. .-:.,e
li k 1 ,t-13S i :,'''''''':'
t..,.: t!... ,
: ::,,''.,..;.:i:::,' :'''' ''''llikir,
'''''4..::K ' ;.:;i !II,
4A ,,A, ,, 4
' '''''' ''''': Ala' ...7..7..3.:,
V :.:".:. I
' ,,,:,-:,!:!', I
.,,i,4 ,, .ft:i,.
riticutti AMERICAN AN
FOR SALLStereophonic Roo.
cords. Classical and populars. A AGENCIAS
GENCIAS AGENCIAS DIAZ, 37th Straits No.
FOR SALE:T.V. RCA "21",
$165.00, RCA, $125 00
at Almacen Punto 4. Phone 2-
FOR SALE:-11 metal Venetian
blinds 6 feet by 3 feet, all for
S40.00 singly $5.00 each
Phone: Balboa 4307.
FOR SALE: Magnavox 17"
portable television with antenna,
S100.00, good condition. Phone
FOR SALERetiring. Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Laundromat. Refrigerator,
G E. TN., VMMi-Fi. 8 maho mahogany
gany mahogany dining chairs. Bamboo fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Bicycles. Electric trains.
Model planes. Telescope. Sleep Sleeping
ing Sleeping b a g, etc. Miscellaneous
household goods. 819X-A Croton
FOR SALE:Like new, Norge
washer, $75.00, new 30 gal glass
lined gas water heater. $70.00.
FOR SALE:Linderwood type typewriter
writer typewriter $32.50, new Goodyear wsw
tire, 760-15, duty paid. $33.00,
Westinghouse refrigerator, 9 cf.
$115. 532 Chagres, Ancn.
FOR SALE:Wheel chair, adult,
brand new with brakes, $110.00,
Curundu 3220 or 2140-A.
FOR SALE:Lefe handed golf
club, 3 woods, 8 irons. Balboa 2-
,4452, good condition.
FOR SALLRCA Hi-Fi Record
Player and Radio, Diamond
needle, 10-watt amplifier 15"
Speaker, antique, white cabinet
excellent condition. Call Balboa
FOR SALE:-1957 Phi leo Refri Refrigerator
gerator Refrigerator 90 ihs Fr $225
FOR SALE:--General Electric
Monitor Top Porcelain Refriger Refrigerator
ator Refrigerator New Unit Bridge Tables
One Easy Spin Dryer Washing
Machine. Phone 6-103 Houso
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pontoons 48. Past 25 Street,
Calidonia, Goma lee-lapin S.A.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, SAL
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
To Meet Tuesday
To Complete Plans
The, Canal Zone Summer Re Recreation
creation Recreation Board (US-rate) will
meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 at
the Civil Affairs Building.
Plans for the summer program
will be finalized, and each com community's
munity's community's share of the United
Fund contributions will be dis distributed.
tributed. distributed. Representatives of the commun communities
ities communities involved are invited to at attend
tend attend tomorrow evening's meeting
and discuss plans and problems
iscidental to the recreation program.
b.. 44,,, kJ:alp
i 01 e ---Ites- N
0 0 .4, ip
ii, ii pi, .,......t....1.6.-7.1..,
le P. lb
' I tr.:
'-'1-r rAI G I
- it .,
A PI 11;ts L.,. 410 p.m. 9.00 p.m.
, 1-830 Kcs.
PHONE PANAMA 1-NE
INDEPENDENT DALE NIMINPLITS
FOR SAL.1:-1957 Kombore
luxe (fryer, 1175.00, ior lost of offer.
fer. offer. Albrook 16-3102. bullet
FOR SALE: -- jamas automatic
dishwasher. lecollent condition,
850.00. Tel. Aibrook 86-2224.
FOR SALLGold band minton
plates, dropleat mahogany table.
maple table. bed, chest of draw drawen,
en, drawen, bird cage, Venetian blinds.
lamps, dishes, Si ler Houle
5711.7C. Shonts St.. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Laaving country,
mahogany dining table, seat eight
Phone 3-3485, Panama.
FOR SALE:Rattan furniture, 1
love seat, 3 chairs, 1 coffee table,
3 end tables, 5179-A. Diablo.
FOR SALE:Hollywood bed and
night table, $100.00. Malted
milk mixer, $25.00. GI radio,
Hi-Fi, $20.00. Wardr b e,
530.00. Phone 2-1310 or see at
"P" street 769. Ask for Mr.
FOR SALE:Livingroom touch,
chair, refrigerator, 3 stspdown
tables Rattan, large diningroom
table, 10 chairs, buffet, 2 end
tables, al other items, all
low priced. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE:-1954 Westinghouse
deluxe dryer. Best offer. Albrook
FOR SALE:Washer Kelvinator
automatic. Almost now, call Co Colon
lon Colon 255.
FOR SALE:Match stick bamboo
drapes, studio couch, glider, beds,
bamboo furniture, mahogany
chairs. miscellaneous 819X-A.
Croton St. Balboa.
FOR SALE:Motorcycle Male
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. Kong, Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:Vespe, motor scoot scooter.
er. scooter. Good condition. Inspected
1959. 3228 Empire St., Balboa,
Van Gogh Exhibit
Openins at the USO-J1VB to today
day today is an exhibition of a collec collection
tion collection of reproductions of paint painting
ing painting and drawings by Vincent
Van Gogh, the celebrated leth
Century nutch painter who was
renowned for his post impression-
The collection is on loan from
Olive Brooks, a resident of Pa Pan
n Pan a City. The reproductions
from her collection represent
many phases of Van Gogh's life lifelong,
long, lifelong, dogged search for eRfrituat
fulfillment, a thirst somewhat. as.'
suaged when he found his mis mission
sion mission as an artist.
Even through art, Van Gogh's
self-realization was not an easy
task and despair finally overcome
hir tremendous creative power.
At the age of 37 he shot himself
ostensibly to relieve his devoted
brother of the terrible burden he
believed himself to be.
Although the great painter was
Clanif1,1, faro elopes 11: SO
a.m. Mos. to Frt. 11 a.m.
Sat., It p.m. Sat. fee Sao.
Ottie epeW S:S weekdays.
roit SALL-.--Leole $00 as4 1.000
Malin, in the Neese Hipinirenee'
Urbanizatioe- across the Ronson
lacetrack. Ali kte with street
fronts. swage. water main sad
electricity. Ca W. Mc Barnett.
FOR SALE:--Comfortable coun country
try country home completely furnished;
4735 sq. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec electric
tric electric plant; new refrigerator.otc.,
at Gorgona Beach. 50 miles from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Terms
Accepted. Can Ise inspected sYnrY
Sunday, ask for Mr. Alegre
(owner) or call Telephones: 2-
4924 or 3-6376. Panami, for
FOR SALE:--Residente at Los
Angeles, three bedrooms, two
porches, terrace, independent
maid's room. 38,000 down Pet Petmint.
mint. Petmint. Phone 3-6697 from 2:00
FOR SALE:--Modern Chalet
Magnificent area. 95 street Pal Paltilla
tilla Paltilla No. 45. Two bedrooms.
livingroom, big kitchen, mairls
room, beautiful lawn, garage,
600 square meters. Mortaqe
$6500 Cain de Ahorros. $10,000
cash. Phone 3-2284.
Business oportunity. Needed Part Partner
ner Partner with capital to expand busi business
ness business in going concern sound
investment, good return. Write
Pluisory School. Open all summer.
Call Balboa. 1214.
Burney said results of the Salk
polio vaccine have been both
"dramatic and miraculous" pro protecting
tecting protecting abiut 85 percent of- those
caccinated against paralytic po polio.
lio. polio. "Unfortunately," he added, "we
still have too many youngsters
who are not protected it
seems incredible to me that a
, parent wou)d not take that inter inter!
! inter! est in the child. ."
US Disregard For
General Dr. Leroy Burney said
yesterday it was "incredible" that
parents should fall to give polio
shots to 50 per cent of the na nation's
tion's nation's children under five years
lost to the world, the molten in intensity
tensity intensity of his canvasses had
forged a link for' generations to
Van Gogh's "Sunflowers," "La
Berceuse," "Artist's Bedroom" and
"Portrait of Armand Rou I i n"
some of his better known paint paintings,
ings, paintings, are among reproduc tions
included in the collection.
Art lovers from the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Pana ma
are invited to visit the exhibit.
The display will be open to the
public every day from 8 a.m. to
10 p.m. until,July 6.
WEST. GERMANY'S FIRST I
Domed steel cylinder will
house the boiling water reactor
for Wad Germany's .tirst nu-
' clear power abition. Tt will be
'located at Kahl (see Newsmapl.
The 15,000-kilowatt station will
ibe built by a German Arm in in,torporating
,torporating in,torporating American pa rt s.
Owner will be Rheinisch-Westf
a ell s e he a Elektrisitatswerk
one of Europe's largest utilities.
.:. ::,....,:::,,:,:::,,,::-.:( ::'.-:.':Z!!::,..;,....44,.
,.:4......:4W,'.:::::::,i14 :-..!,,,' ...,...,440.
:::;:::0:',,.,'::::;i;'::g-,.,Z;:-.:5'.:'.0. 1 7.:,,:::'.-;,',..4
ir','!..!'r :j:...i'f. ..1.!:!:'''.::''''!.. ., A:lifZi.4
il '4-'''',:f i. -:-.',:Q,..,.'''::::-..-'4,4:--.::-: 1, i 7,:4;',i..91
r...:,..,.i4r,.:::04 .1:J r:-.,";.i.......,..:d
......i.,":;. ,"'",::-;,:':ill-li.:::. ::,:.,.:',' ,'':!.:,;.::,,:::,..
.......... ... ... .. ,.....,....
. :.. ,.. ,.,:, .:..,..: .:.... :..: ...
- Y, ..,.. ,,.
-. ,.. :
- :,, 4,,t ::.; 1
- :-,r" -,
....;i!' 1 :::,:114
Eeil ; ail ::,
7 !.-4.1gor,opiklopell,,:.: 4k:el
: :::144,,,it'--k7 .n'3--,-.':,
, : :,i!';:,:34-Itikifer,ibia
a KAHL CZKII.
'Sy SAM SHULSKY
Q. My husband has urged me to
become interested in the stock
market. He has given me 1,500 to
invest. But don't know where to
begin. He has told me to study a
company thoroughly and to invest
if am convinced it is a good com company.
pany. company. A. BeCOMing interested in4he
stock market is one thingend
commendable. But becoming an
expert securities analyst is some something
thing something else Again.
I am seSding you a of
growth stocks. Talk over some
with a broker. You live in a large
city and should be able to discuss
your program with several broker
age firms. Don't be afraid to use
your housewifely knowledge ei either.
ther. either. If you've found the products
of an aluminum company for ex example
ample example have proved trustworthy,
you already know more about
that company than many a mere
Q. I am 80 with about 5,000 in
H bonds. They mature in August
Should I convert them into the
new issue? also have 3 000'
A. If you are nterested
higher incOme, there would be no
point to -putting your funds back
nto H bonds. YQU dan get Ilight-1
ly more Van 'four, per cent' from
Al and T. and as high as five,
per cent from some top grade rail railroad
road railroad preferreds and bonds.
Q. I have Duquesne,Ligh4tin Duquesne,Ligh4tinternational
ternational Duquesne,Ligh4tinternational Harvester, Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Electric, Phillip Morris all
preferrends. I bought these five
years ago on the advice of a bank
and have enjoyed the safe, steady
return. But after reading your
column about preferreds feel
unhappy. Being only 52, think it
is too early in life to be untlOppy,
Do I need atpsychiatrist
more competent adviser?
V just happen to be fresh out
of couches, but if you're happy,
you just stay that way and ignoe
me. HappnessAs the first dividend
from any investment.
Just the Immo muot potnt,put
that, at 52, f4rhave you-r
income from securities for as far
ahead as you can see. The shares
are all excellent so you need have
little concern about their contin continuing
uing continuing to pay dividends. no only
question you must decide is: what
will that fixed dividend buy for
you in 10 20 or more years?
Q. We are in our mid-80s with
maximum income a necessity. An
annuity would yield about six per
cent. I would seem that non-profit
organizations, such as hosei hoseitals,
tals, hoseitals, foundations and collages
could offer ;ore, sinct they pay
no taxes, a litstincs, etc. Now
A. It would bery difficult to
get-more than six per cent on your
money without running into consi considerable
derable considerable risk of hyo kinds:, t e
security Ateilli..wmid ,not,,bozet, t
qualitr '01"2 th ineettlertoivou
be fixed (as in case of abond or
real estate syndicate) and would
thus afford noproteetion against
dos't.",t1dn' yott rean ttecept
the charitable or educational in institutions'
stitutions' institutions' annuities to yield more
than the insurance companies'
since both ue pretty much the
same actuarial tables and the
inettutional annuity is designed
to have a bit of money left over
to carry on its work. After all,
that is the reason for the institu institution
tion institution offering the annuity in the
first pl a ce.
am gtvIng you a listoflong listoflongtime
time listoflongtime dividend payers yielding 4
lh to five per cent. I don't think
yott can do much better in seed seedrities.
rities. seedrities. tatmch Probe Into
In Vt, German Town
LAUFEN, Germany (131q)--Au
thorities pressed an investigation
into a train btup'eollisi on
which killed 38 persons and in injured
jured injured 34 others tiear here Satim
d a y.
There were conflicting reports
on whether tho barriers at the
crossing ,,,wero .!-open or closed
when thi'Cxpreft train ernash'Ed
into the crowded, bus,
All of the 'dead Ind -f Injured
were aboard the bus. The wreck wreckage
age wreckage of the bus was dragged for
a quarter of a mile bofore the
tra in, stopped.
Bodies,,WOre strewn along both
sides of the itacks. Dead and in injured
jured injured inside' the Wreckage had to
be freed ivithvacetylene torches.
The hit war; en route from
Ochsenburg to Heilbronn. It was
leased from oa private company
by the German Federal Railways.
The bus operator said it seated
The yictims included a number
of Hungarian refugees return't35
from a funeral and German vPi
ers on their waY home.
GRENADE KILLS BOY
SEOUL (UPI) A grenade
found by a boy on a hill in Sin Sinkuri
kuri Sinkuri village near Pusan exploded
Monday, killing, nine children, po police
lice police reported yesterday The gre grenade
nade grenade apparently had been lying
lhers sine the Korea war.
i17.131 i:JAh 'fitt4tr:
, MONDAY, 313Nt MO
Tod Afs Opening
NEW YORE, June 22 (UPI)
Stocks movedit, higher for th
straight session in a modera
Advocate Asbestos 260h
Allegheny Corp 1114
Aluminium Ltd; 3314
Amer Cyanam4 9614
Amer Tel and' Tel 79
Anaconda Copper 64
4. Beth,--BtaA 54
Bettinger tCorp 112ale
Cenadian Eagle 106eh
Cerro de Pasco 39
Chicago Great West 47h
Cities Servi e .53
Coastal Cantle 1146
Creole Pet a
Crown Cork and Seal 3314
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 7-16
Du Pont 7 247
- El Paso Natural Gas 3114
Fairchild Eegine 7
Fargo Olt 5Va
Felmont Pet 614
General Dynamic.' 55
General Electrie BO
Gulf Oil 109b
Hersco Steel 407a
Howe Sound 1714b
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 141,41e
Montrose Chem 15
New Eng Tel and Tel 164
Northrop Air 34
Olin Mathieson 50
Pan Israel 5-16
Phillips Pet 45181)
Reynolds Metal 9914
7,rown Cork and Seal 3314
7,1than Venezuelan Oil 7-16
Du Pont 247
El Paso Natural Gas 3114
Fairchild Engine 7
Fargo Olt 5Va
Felmont Pet 614
Greneral Dynamics 55
General Electric SO
General"? Motors 50,4
G enern I PPItywood 24
Gulf Oil 109b
Harsco Steel 407a
Howe Sound 17b
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 14141a
Montrose Chem 15
New Eng Tel and Tel 164
Northrop Air 34
Olin Mathieson 50
Pan Israel 5-16
Phillips Pet 451ab
Reynolds Metal t914
Royal,.Putch Met 40
Sao ,Tweint0 1
Standard Oil TII
Texas Gulf PPM
Macpcian s Wife 1
Pulls ONVII Act;
SLOUGH, Wand (UPI) Ma MaAden
Aden MaAden Alex McKeown reported
Yesterday his wive has vanished.
JOLIET,111. (UPI) Rustlers
robbed it-htirse of 00 Saturday.
Therleft horse, a mechanicel
one which provides rides for chil children
dren children for a coin in the slot out outside
side outside the department store where
they found ,tt.
DOCKWORKEKS WALK OUT
HULL, England (UPI)--All the
dockworkers in Hull walked off
the job yesterday in sympathy
with 16 men who refuted to un unload:crigo
load:crigo unload:crigo frOm a Russian ship
brnhovifling it into baskets. Th.
metr;sald they would not shovel
the cotton-seed cake cargo be because,
cause, because, thovelling is an outdated
method of unloading bulk earge
whet twhanical means are avail availeable."
eable." availeable." Germany's Wonder
Total Price Nlivereti
SEE IT-DRIVE IT
YOU'LL BE AMAZED
C1VA, S. A.
Panama Cp Ion p
' ;.! on'Iteig --
. ,..1.11,,54 o,-.....v,
, ,t,,, ,,,.,)
-?' 1,,, ft ,,,,,--7-,--d.,,..1lig 0,70,:r
It4.00,...1..; Cif ;
1,442, ,,,, .4, 0 0,,o, off mr,4.401,t, 004'1 41t1'40 40,,0;046,'044 47' 4"' Ok.
v io ...16411,01.4000,4104$14,4.41p,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT Amy NEWSPAPER
WILSON SCR UGGS
TERRY AND THE PIRATES
144', AMICe..3 Ades
GEORG! WUNDER I THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
NMI DO YOU OICYN
Asour macs z
iitAio MAX; sum OJ VIEZE Of MEL, YOUNG?
Mill; mrs.WAYAIE, 90
I PICiD COMB TO ; MAT ,hz
YOU WOULD col
PLE4.1Pli BUT, 14014SY, IW NIS INOLIC7$ --)11
YOU DaliT at SOMST4.1p tinuiz!
NIAAT'S IT WOE'Tii TO
AY P'EAR Fa Low, WOULP1
1:3 LI FOLIC' THE verAv oF
4 aia WHO KNEW WHICH
Rt WERE IN HDLIR PAY
THERE, RIANPrHAT ARMING N15TEIC
FARIAY M5 PRACTICALLy 6IVEN )01.1
THE xr5 TO AtiKARA. NEVER PAST
THE ASILITY OF P.C:1:FOLLY TO iti5E
TO THE OCCA$1ONt
to : 1,.., v.,
omi -r ,lt,
al! 2 4,. i
l'''' v k.-
.t.s 1 't,,'
i7..1., 4 ..
, oi ,r
- .1 ,
By AL VIVA'S
3 RISCILLA'S POP
Good 1 tdentiovis
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1959
;ALL NY OOP
s 4,!:r- !:,,
:,,,,- 0 -,,
,rAa f. -.:
m, or r, .. --- .--- 6
i,, SOOTS AND MIR BUDDISS
,A F ':2 4
7 : 1 I
'''y : V 1 Pi
,s .., 1
.,,,, ;:' 0
',NY. ' 1
, ; ,914.141W
0. e l 1Cri141.1ri0
fiVitV' 1 .kl;tZtetek.N
..1 OCZX NNE
PRICKLES AND HIS fRIENDr'''
; I AS1ED TY,11665 TO.'
, CHECk 04 LORD PERCY.'
HAT6 TARING HIM 60
, LONOF DRA. tT, IP 1
PERCY 16 A SHAM,
, ILL E'E LADGI4E1D
'- 00T OF TOwN!
;PINE OEsst MOIDINO LgR? PEeCy
Alga OERFSERIAND tERE 1 VOUGgt.
4WE ViERttITO DO Ci k Syr TO FoLsTER
i-fil MN' M'ERItAN RELNTION6IDoN'T 4
ELL MEYOUN9 ,F;NALtY CONkliNCED OL)-
5ELF-11-03114t ENGLi 44 CLIPPER-114AT
,., puLLED INTO PoZT l5 IMALLy
A SACONE"SOAT mAKIN ED
, SYA R;s'A-ta'l ..- d
wILL YOU, HAVE -1
ROOM FOK THREE
OLD CHAPT A
r1959 StA Service. iric. T.41. Met. U.S. Pet.
OUT OUR WViv ' ''
------, ,:-...--- '
' VVE WA5, air 6ETTit4'
kititto, oLowErzs, mom, Am,
, z HAP ,11,SWELL. BITJCP-1
,SEFo. youo-BuT 1 m HAzEL--
ii, 'YOU KNOW l'H' HA,a. L I
q MEAN! WELL, I MET HER
(li AN' -- WELL, YOU KNOW
11 HOW 1115, MA? 60T
Al4V,1 HV46 6007'
1:1 AROLINI0 f
S.QEU V -,kSk-? WSIACS
BY V. T. HAMLIN
'VICO IAD I
Avr GOT SOME
t lint by 0110, lotAota.10. 7.11. log. MS. PK Off
SY EDGAR MARTIN
BY i2ESLiE TURNER
BY J. R. WILLIAMS
LsE 50t ENNEcGNE. T Ai MI-. -E.
, f ',
AFEEBLE 1-(-ER, ''';1- ,, ;"
HE 120E6 Nor Fm-riziEv5 KN-r.
THEM, SLIT ff,'JES -ro '-
SEARCH FOR OTHERS. -14,:,7-11
sofrm-tow, o,l-ru,6,11-W, ,-., w.!
'THE STICK NEGT 16 PINISHE12
321 Distributed by Kint Features Sygehretc
WHATEVER YOU'VE GOT
PLANNED FOR TONIGHT,
----Lft9R GET 112)-- .,
STICK-TO-IT- IVN ESS
GROUNT, L'EVEL, 30 1-ATZ,V6
AmiAL,,, -THE souTH AMEIZICAN F .;t1
AtiDtspiEv's True Life Adventures
,..,-- .' ---- ..." Ni
' fir 41' ''''
,oeolk fel ,..te'."'"kA,-.tk
- --- w., ..RISES ON otts GRAPLIAL-1-1-1
'-ele-.-4- A6CENVINC3 Fi-IeK-r COURSE,
CARRI-i)NO A BO AWKWATZ32 STICK
ViT'''.-e, s41,401t. To HIS NEST. ,, --, : '.."., .; A-.',., .)
allillitii,l-- ' ",' : l''- ';'''! 4, i7,,,;.-901e
.t;e7 .fit-', ,..,-; t'' '' t 1 : (r7
4r....... 410,IP i.y,L.4e I
AN '11"' ' 4
BRANCHSS --.1,!? ,:,1 , ,..;!,,', ;,;, 140
KNOCK THE 0 .1, s ',',,.- '''',4"Alet,
HIS SEAK ,-.,--d, II' I I k
'---.-. li', ,' 711:f: .1: ; 4.-t; L',4:''t
T.N. owe, VI. Pat. Off.
e 105017 NIA lovvice,
"Look, Grace, I just dabble in art on weekends--it'd
be pretty nervy of me to grow a !nerd!"
7 M S rat. Off.
1SS9 by NEA Servaos. PM.
"I may be old4ashicrned, but I'd a heap rather see
some gool cows in that barn!"
-TO GO TO A
"A. Sus U I SA OK
Gen. Math TT, No. 7
frOitA5. PANAMA ARWAVS
7 30 4 Star Anthology
e 00 China Smith
30 Amateur Hour
9 00 Movie 'Moat. Devil Dogs
10 30 Arthur Murciy
11 no CFN NEWS
11 15 Fnc Red Skelton and
Voice of rintatons
Cowles, of Aerovins Panama Airways
, PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-1628--3-161110,
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m
!,,,MORTY- ME E KL I
OUR IhRbikd idlOtiSt
ChIM VeNIAG tZMO-W.V
Too Good to Refuse
&min' Is ioliviin
r I MUST GET )
HOME AT OWCE
EASY! NO TIME
' TO VISIT THAT'.
LISTEI.J. A MANE'. THEY'VE
COME FOR. THE PRISONERSt
ill 0:1 lik
illi,e41A A' 1;;;;I,
1.11111111111 eels am
IOU KNOW WE'VE BEEN TEACHING
HIM -TO CARRY IN THE EVENING
PAPER ? WELL, HE 010 6DWELL
THAT HE GOT OVERCONFIDENT
BY MERBILL BLOSSER
1119 DICK CAVALLI
830 Itc.A. Ocutamti 1090 .76:4'
frneltroiaol, r ,9 by NIA torvoo T.N. Rax, U.& 6-15
1.111.111 viWiellerP fRof, "rriA,rx, 410.1,0,04
,, 10,. .00k Atot 44411,, df 411.4 110440,40,P,OKIWOS 4P1,14,40414410,4041,04,1iiAllli004,4,0404410,MV.0,4.
.,! ,to,',44,0 ,41.4 ,0 0,4
I PIS r.l
et-1 I i
v- 00-..11c..,A. ipre.iNA14
, ,... ,. '--,1, ,,,:,. ,,,,- ; .. .: --,'.,,''. ':,;-. -,' ' '-,-,: -1.-',' -, ",.-,' .-.' Tk. ; I .- 'i .,';-, '',,,,, .- -,,',--h,,;: -,-,,, !,-.:,' !.', ', ,:-'- .4. :4 ,:, ':.,.-----,-; -, '''-'" N -, -,-4"-:;,, '' -- , -'! -4 -, i. -, .' .-: ,', ; 4'----, -A'-& ,,4,77,!-. ,.4444: -: --' ' : t r :! 4., ' '. 1 .-. ,. i ; : '
,. .. .. ,.
. -0 I. ...-
' ; ''''
''.; i ,, .. IIIIIII3qV V..
i 3 t ,ot, --,,,,,,Astl$01.,44,,,,,r,,,,,,,Aktopfurt.gosoacrovereikltilreifezirft41. -i--,'-' .111'
, 4k,,, si,r-c 41 4.,,,,fi,Vib i7::41t-,4,1"7-. t, 4-4 ;,";t1I---;,,404!--41r4 -,1'1,1:
.,, I -,
1: 4,,c-14kil3,:r..016.1,Awfa91,21---010,0;,-ts.7-0,,,,,asss,--,- 4'
' ,i l' .$ s -r---- :,,, 4 .,,,,,,,,,,......4, .,, .v.,.. .,,.,. .. r ,,,,,.
F I. 0 Of 0
: r11.,S ' , .....,,,,..... 4' i...1.-..,,e...:.4,e.-!t- IN, -, -4. 3 .1.,-...4. -. 4
,.., r, .' t13.- C.. ,-',-;--. 7.7t:7 1- 3 1,,,. rip,-.04 1,7 -, -4 :
, : ;... : t
, ... ..1,- .4.
..' 4 4 V. ...
. 'II: (:) 4 71M le 1 Gir71. 7 : 1
1 ,. ,., I S 'Alb I if.
' 1 I I IF i 01. 1 h i C 1 1 ri ti0 )
t liti ail
.,: ,:;.,,., .;,4,3 ; ..i:.-krt4:1;f 4 i,, .. .... ji-t. 4-,, it ,,.
.4 i ,
? 45. :it i; 4- ,,It,i'..,A., ?., ,t, 0, 11.1- k!' 11:1, t.
,, r --''''.. 4 , r
-,,,.1 ,. Reaal4fOrYtir.AntiPage 0 ',
, ; st!
, ... i - ,,
. , t.
,, , ,
'-f -;" ---1. ;. , s v ,',i '''' ,,,, ' ', Ir'--s-,-,-,;,t1-."4-- ..;-- .,,.., ;
,,,,- i .0 .. .: .., lior::- f .
- , r ,:'"qi.,: : -, :
, '(''. ,,,,,v 4. ',. k,. .-
" 74' ... ''''. Steelmakers Plti Fl. Walkout. Teen-Age V to ence-, ,tarmp st -- a
. .,,,. ...:
, :-. ;,-N. 44ti, si -.. .. . r ,,,
i--,..1,-,..141,1,-1,,,,,,,,A4,),,-,.i-,,41, ', '-'1,"
- ,-..:,..,i:::4 i . .:- .4....',,, ,. , mi ; ,...
II -.. ,,,,,..,0(4. ..0 ,
, ,,.,, .,, .,.., .: , .. '4t,
i, il,Mit I ; ':. ,,,, ,..54- i ..
,,: I .
,, .. Bargaining Talks:At Standstlil w
ith The Wea er-' n--- ew-.-- -or 0
'-' i r.,:::: tl, :i: ,..,...
,,-, -1 ;r ,,- :.
I .,',':,:' .,:!:,,..A:10.' i ,,t,,,,,,t.:ii,vi.,::: ,:,it-:, ,-... ,t ---- 9 --
t A ,,, ,6200 .7, ,,,- 4 f 4,0, Orts ji. .. 4 4
, e: 07 4 4 ''4,: : ''''''';:. -. 4 i 4 x ,,, :.-.--.14Tt- 4,,NLIt-' YORKIL. UPIi&-A leant
' Vt :
ff,:4., ,,,,,i!,:m,,,. :,:: ,,.:1:,,.: 16, ,: t
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) 14Iy 1. wOuld lose 213 million dollars 4
''''''''::.:4, 1.' .' .:: :.::..: .7. 4, Steelmakers are preparing for a in wages in a fourweek strike; 0 aumnfer outburst of teso-aged 'visit
e .. ;::::,:':' walkout because union and man- '321 million dollars in six weeks, e Should Drop Strauss. knee on Ole ,tidewalJta of Nest
,,, i ..1'1:,' 1 ::., t,T, t :.' f
, !.- .:::,' itt ., lt,,'" agement negotiators are still far and 430 million-dollars in base pay Yak set 'etity,,4. nd citizep group
, : 4 '', apart after six weeks of bargaining. if the walkout lasted eight weeks. ',':' .i' to, inapping4areppedup; aiti-deliat
, .i, 1.:' ht.,,
,. i,,, : Steel magazine reported that the The weekly said that a six-week ',.. qiency campaigns SuriflitY. --10
:...,, i 1 ::: 4 A : ,...::,:: :
' 1 '',, 71Stl. producers already have taken the work stoppage would do little more uarrel Now Saysio nson leIglice 'civil' groups add chureit
.: -... initial step by cleaning out raw than put a dent in industrial pro- err Wbrt-disturbed' by' the (004
f,i : i : ,44' currence of serious crimes, ipt
,,,. : ;Ps..1 ,AU: ::::::'i :':;1' : .. -, I:: ..v,V,'
material pipelines. duction and would hardly' affect 0 ..
' theit:e ewirnaegrMirsaretheathandepor is.:Inurdectein;:tmeatiiinfill,,
::, f .;,,,,,,
: 1;:x....,. The National M e t a I working third quarter gross national prod prodStreets
Streets prodStreets ..
.. 1.M:,, a ''.:k-: : -:. ,:, 1:;.N,- e
for last, week alone ,agem
Weekly said steelmakers were to net. That's because most steel WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate Democrats asserting that th, aes
', : ::::.':'-ff -.:, :,:-::. 1:0. ::?.:: r. .'.::: .', '' ,,,, : -",,,," begin banking furnaces "within a users have planned inventories for Democratic Leader Lyndon B organized pressure on the Senate
Johnson thinks President Eisen- was all "pro-Strauss" and em em.,
., em., -,.,, :.a..:'::1.:'l,.-. :.;i ,.... !,:',!:.'j.iFi; ;,...r few days." at least a six-week strike. st juts-,
Production already has started outside of steel, probably the hower should drop the Lewis L. anated from various segments of nlicitye:: de,lingu:,,nts ,1371111g, til,,,,
,:. ''' '':"....' ',,,' i 0; to taper off. Mills operated at hArdest bit industry would Be the Strauss quarred now that his the economy, ere pictured
,,,, 1 .T.,4t4;,4t, ..,., i i irte.,,, ..,,,, ,:,.,, 1:
92.5 per coot of capacity last railroads. commerce secretary has been re feeling that overall Strauss got a Four:unNwiet:ligr:rochir'eelboatihrey
, ,- '111"1,i:, J., il week, a drop of 1.5 points.
antd ,thsea yprheesidwetat, sh ahrarnads ss e d w- aehre
jected by the Senate and speedily thorough and fair shake.
, .0 rested for raping' a 14-year-o tat
, The output was about 2,619,000 Another Child Dies pick up formal relations with Republicans, On the ,- o t he r
white girt on a stair, landing be;
; ':14,H" t te, ';',,:',,, ., .. :''':i.;-,:'''';';4::,:',,,tiot- -. net tons of steel for ingots and Congress.
. :,1'04,K ,,,-,1,, ".:, ,:.,, :: :,;,.:".,,,,,:i....,,,:,,,:,,:,.,., I.
castings. -,Asphyxiated By The Texas DeMocrat puts little thha
:, t The St. Louis district. which op- stock in 5he announced fear of tied bv the cabinet offipar, Th. 1::,swerelargesart:
iM)PE ADDRESSES ROYAL COUPLE Pope John XXIII addresses Prince Rainier and Prin Prin,
, Prin, eps Grace of Monaro in Vatic 2n City. The royal couple, making their second visit to the Vati Vatican,
can, Vatican, were welcomed in a state reception of medieval pomp and pageantry. The Pope blessed
them as a Catholic couple v,,hose good example helps make their tiny state serene and happy.
The Hours Are Long; Pay is
Methodist Clergy Would Do It All Again
tt NEW YORK. June 22 (UPI)The ministers of the Methodist Church, the nation's largest
Itratestant body, feel thev work long hours for inadequate pay, but if they had to do all over
again, they still would be clergymen.
, At least two out of every five Methodist ministers perform janitorial tasks in their churches.
A third of them complain there is at least ;Ave layman in every congregation who tries to
kbituts-the preacher around."
I: AIMOSt to a man they believe spurn the clerical collaf for ev- One man may consider at atlaymen
laymen atlaymen should assume more re- everyday dress. tending Parent-Teacher Assn.
Sponsibility in running churches meetings as part of his pastoral
Illnd that they could occasional- These are some of the results duties, while another may re
of a nationwide survey of a gard attendance as a civic re rely
ly rely even conduct Sunday morn
cross-section of 163 Methodist sponsibility, Wilson said.
ktiOrvices. ministers scienti
fically chosen to Most of the ministers claimed
11 rfet while most like to wear
represent every age and type.
tObet in their pulpits. they to work 50 to 69 hours a week
'Oscar 01 Songs'
NAPLES, Italy, (UPI) Song
festivals in this city of songs
seem to be jinxed.
The first day of an "Oscar of
Bongs" contest ended in a fail failUre
Ure failUre alrncnt as complete ls a
Song festival 10 days ago in
'Which the public rioted, a com comWOO
WOO comWOO slapped the jury pfcAident
AA TV z'ameras vrere hurriedly
Opening night of the "Oscar
Of Songs' no one rioted. But
the orchestra firmly refused to
play unless paid in advance fcr
the three-day affair.
Organizers turned their pockedinside-out,
but found the
BIOneY was far from enough.
' The cro on er performed
bravely accompanied only by
two pianos, in an atmosphere
AT REGULAR PRICES'
1!15 5:30 8:45 P. M.
rT., World's Most
ie& ." -41:5-
- 47141cl thairoa I
C OPENS ta
, garded their income as inade- ........,- .. --,-----------,--, ..-- 3
6ilitiLES, Italy, (UPI) Song The Rev. Dr. Robert L. Wil- quate. Fewer than 4- per cent
ne men a alx.week'
The royal couple, who are on teipough the 4a spe region betore :,,- 4 ,- .77, ;17:757:377-7'"7-71 fir-in e-d-t.h-at-F-Uc-hs-, st"dra'"'Ma'r'en: .. As. ,
5,000-mile tour of going' ilrf trtMontteal, where tie r:,:::::',;,,i.'".,..:::'':',.:,:':::',;:.-:-' -, : ::-....,!, its, would be released in a short 0, r,o. ; vi, ....:,;
made S7,500 or more. NI
testiVals in this city of songs son, a research specialist and
canada that will include attend- Queen and President Esenhower :.'":"''::: ... :::::::::: .' :-: -:-- i time. If released Monday he will HomEeTEAb, rite RtpoeL
seem to be jinxed. assistant director of research received less than $2.000. ing ceremonies opening the St. will open the St Lawrence Sea- ,:.. .:. :: .:,, ,::: : .. i have served nine years. three Every night Jeremiah ThoMpsOn
and survey. analyzed the results
Lawrence Seaway, arrived at this way formally next Friday. The ..,,, ...,:4 :.::. : ::..4 months, two weeks and six days 82, a Negro, sits with a loadedt
The first day of an "Oscar of -- --
- : : .: ,:.,:,,,..11::,::,:,::::::::, ::,,,:,1,:::.;::,:,:,::.i..:1,.i:.,.,,,,;...:!.;,, -:. of Gaerlm4 -ayne a.r bsoernnteFncue.c.h
Bongs" contest ended in a fail- and reported that the sample . r
Ure almcf,t, as complete le a studied was an adequate repre- Jet Airhner foils St. Lawrence River holiday resort couple arrived in North America shotgun acrost hi lap to guaPd
aboard the yacht Britannia es- Thursday. Their only U. S.-stop I:: ............... j:..tik:.;... .;;;Nae::;::.iHs:
song festival 10 days ago in sentation of all the 24,000 or or.
. or. rli:::::,:i:,!.:,i:1:..:: ....:!::,..-,:: .:,., his sentence March 2, 1050, after -, -' g, e -:
a Btautveran'hur tar kid' ii Itntle at ''''
Vbsich the public rioted, a come dained Methodist clergymen corted by Canadian and British will be a one-day visit July 8 in
1:,.:,,::,.:::,.:: fA,,,,4:::,::::,:v.:: :;:,:, Atomic bomb secrets to Russian
ienom,peoles tnroat, stole PO and
11Cter slapped the jury preAlderit who serve 9.5 million members
Fence Is Badly destroyer escorts and two Britsh Chicago, at the end of a cruise
:,,,,,i4e-:, conviction pf ,h
Ject Dottie, of whisky and eaoapett -
eboesevnietpiorne. 1.:::::::::.:::::.,..:..:::40. .v.:.:.:...t.:..,,..x.v.:::::2 ,,
, And TV eameras were hurriedly of 39,000 churches. tibtliarities on lean to Canada. through. the gay4y and greet : 'eakee- seee4;:ieete'eC.E',-i:- A 11. d.i n,g N.Vestern
p-. ::04,,,;-14'SgV;:-;'.:.p:e,N,pe,: The bushy-haired, slightly built
turned off. They drove to tiny St. Paul's Lakes aboard the Britarmia.
''.. '''.4';''''. 4911 7.':''.1':.'::::1:.:,?::::::,:',,i,',i':;: sscPiieenstibest tlwoesetnhils94n3a taunrda I liz9ed47. Brit- unmo4ested rriday.
Thl o'Imjpussont ceoxupldniaintedsboot. at Mtn,"
Opening night of the "Oscar Wilson said there were many Damaged Anglican Church through nag nagOf
Of nagOf Songs' no one rioted. But widely different answers to the waving crowds that included vil vil.:0,
.:0, vil.:0, 47
the orchestra firmly refused to question of how many hours a lagers from miles around.
s .,' :.:76:2'Hzto..:::.:',.:,',1,'::el',,:-.'-:,, l';::.',:':''.::.:,;:::-'1::::L'''' ;:.',: ThitsrhaeveciditidiszoPecanttiscmhhiePnlasaui7danve"
itt I e League I '''''--1,-, '':,::-:::::',:'k':-::':- ,
play unless paid in advance icr vveek the ministers worked. 'Phis NEW YORK (UPI) A British More than 250 persons, nearlY L
7, ,,,r,,,z,,,;:......,.,...,,7.,:.:,,:.:,:::::.:.,..:,;::,::,::::::::,:. ptharroeudghteimgmiveigrhati e
the three-day affair. raised a question, he said, as tn transatlant'c jet airliner cerrying three times as many as the rec
Organizers turned their pock- what ministers consider to be 45 persons, including eight Russian tor, Arch Deacon John Comfort,
saearsaefnehdewcasolpseneadtvnuteocast: i::..';!....se:.......;.ex:.:-.:::::.:e.:::;-. .7x.x.x.''.:---.:.. eeN.:er-i::ei.;e: i
et-inside-out. but found the thele work. officials, struck a runway fence on normally preaches to on Sunday
,,,lesei;:: ;::,!e,ic,,,:!:..,:i.,,ii:1: thtehecosunotghrtye.st"
BiOneY was far from enough. landing here yesterday. The plane mornings, jammed the plainly- G
1 orls 1 ys ,.. ,-, .....,:,... ,,,..,.:,,,,:,,,,,:..,,,,,,,,,,.,..:::.,... rTahnec pcahpeerck-spoiaidnmitsthn
doubt" B r i t a n .-, el ,,,t( 0 e '' --7 'f'
' 'The cr o o n e r s performed was damaged extensively, but furnished frame church which sits 9, ,::
bravely accompanied only by Iwo Well-Known there were no injuries. on a hill on the south side of the -- .
two pianos, in an atmosphere The British Overseas Airways Bay of Gaspe.
of gloom. ,. Corp. De Havilland Comet IV, with Church officials, wha prepared A busy stork made 16 trips to
. Mexican Policemen a crwe of 10 and 35 passengers, the. first and is e c on d lessons, Coco Solo Hospital during the A 1 .: :: would allow Fuchs to go behind
where his 85-year4ild'-father'Emil
..:.:::, : The Iron Curtain. He has been of ",
uddenly was sucked downward by avoided eimbarrassment at t h e week which ended at midnight e, ..0v, fered a teaching post at the East d,
1 a vvind draft as it headed for a last minute before the service by
'-'47. REGULAR PRICES! I Killed In Crash landing in clear weather at Idle- changing the first lesson from one N.
aWnetidnoesvdenay btooyaclesliivxerofnitnhee gbirals (Al itil.:::
. Neml German University- of Leipzig
I in which theIsraelis say tihey do bies arrived on the same day, 3,,..S.,.e; Oill'Ettit.0 qtsitm
1 TOMIlftli wild International Airport.
The plane struck a blast fence not want a king to one referring
MEXICO CITY, June 22 (UPI) that had been erected at the end to Samuel as a child ministers. June 16. .,4 -:,..:,
.;R: ',..leepe:, Fuchs, is a professor.
::eie4i: Said the Dispatch: "He is no
,::.:k .., ,i.,: use to them (the Soviets) and he i,:,:k.,
, -Two widely known Mexican Pn- of the rtinwaY to Protect motorists Before the church service the The three girls who share the .,,::,
lice officers were killed last on nearby roads from jot plane Queen and Philip drove in their mime birthday were born to Mr. :. -.eye is a menace to us. ,, kt him "4!' - - ' -
0, T DAY .75 AO night when their car collided blasts. $30,000 Lincoln platic-topped lim- and Mrs. William Gordon Jr. ',N,;i:;:i:;74 rejoin his masters."
I e--2i115 5:30 8:45 P. M. with an interurban passenger ousine th,rough Gaspe'ss 'winding, of Colore and IMr. anip Kr a 4 ;;:' ':,: ,, Al ,... .,.--.
, sotrollimmiltml" bus on the outskerts of the city. The blow smashed the steel Roy Clerke, also of Colon, 'arid -e fl4 .. .. ,.-
fence and damaged the landing Capt. and Mrs. Kenneth Newby ,. -;:: ''''':-
: e .:-: : ere!, -
i,, ',I Mum . - ...,.
, The World's Most RUSSIANS LIKE MOVIES :,:-, .: .,,,, t 't' -: ,.
Dagoverto Alvarez del Castillo, gear and both wing flaps on the of Ft. Gulick. i.:5 : , ,
, Honored Show one of the top officers of ihe plane. Despite the damage, the MOSCOW (UPD-Russians are Parents of the boys who were :., .1? .,,
1 judicial police and Francisco Go- plane was taxied to a normal halt the biggest movie-goers in the born on the same day are Mr. 1::, .e : i
' i .,,.,...' .11. '',, .. ..l e
i ( A 1 doy, police chief at Tlanepant- with the passengers still sitting world, according to the official and Mrs. David Reed of Saba-, ;tee. :.,: :...:, 0 40, ; ,e.
.-, !, ,; :.: e. ee t
, 114 .444.tpill'e, t, la, Mexico State, died instantly calmly in their seats. Soviet News Agency Tess. City rifles: Mr. and Mrs. Rafael W:e .,:,., : i oe" ,.. e,,,.
' 'n; 1 l'
'',-I'k-s il 414, ,' and three ersons riding with "It wouldn't have happened if the dwellers in Russia visit the nic- Bringas of Colon; ano Mr. and ke.., :::iI 4.4, A
.. NUMB. ',4Aki.,' rA them were injured. blast fence hadn't been there." tures an average of 23 times a Mrs. Frank Borsellino of G a- 4.; ,.H:: ,.. : 1 4 ..,
e. .....4,' said Capt. John A. Kelly of Lon- year while their country cousins tun. ::.1 :'' l' i
.. ''. ,,
TODD'S If P--, Alvarez del Castillo won Inter- don, pilot of the sleek, four-jet air- go 11 times annually, Tess re- The other girls were born to 1J:J..s..,:..1.';$:...:..' : :':-.-': 1 p
V I ,NO s-
,' ; ''. national repute over the years as liner which flew from London to ported. ,.:: e ,:
Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford !',:. ,e :-:,:!:., t., hi,
' I, it ,, ; it.-1--
special investigator for the Bank New York.
, fa II; vst:fosi P
of Margarita; Mr. and Mrs. Ru- '''':'"'''''" "" .. "' ' -'-...' e::4
-, i., of Mexico, during which time he Kelly said there might have been is ... .. ....,
t pert Peart of Colon; Mr. and OLD CAME-Chinese-Ameritrapped
leaders of several large a serious tragedy if he had been I 6.111-1-16ala &RIAU i Mrs. Walter Johnson of Gulick teen Rose Quong tries modem '4 :,.. (e,'
, counterfeiting and forging rings. bringing the plane in a few feet I) Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i version of a 2,000-year-old Chi- I !I 'le i
, N -:
. lower. e .' Holt of Colon; Mr. and Mrs. !nese game in New York. She's 'ilt, : y
' i'l 1
i'. ,,, t.
: i I
I' - 111. 80 ClO&S ): '
1' He was currently on the trail of "We made a normal approach Emerson Cottrell of Getun; and ;twirling a double-cone top on a
' k -.. a blackmail gang victimizing and everything was perfectly nor- Mr. and Mrts Walter Kellman of string tied to two sticks. It's
, , ---
i, businessmen. mal at the time on the direct flight ...- 11 b.
... Colon adaptation of toy Europeans
t, C -OPENS ,ta from London," he said.. I (), 1A.2.1 The other boys were born to called "Diabolo" when it was
introduced from China in 1700. 1 wEDNEsDitv.,-
:). "Just short of the blast fence, la iry ,Mz. and Mis. Hulder. Cockbion i
: ..' ,-;-, WEDNESDAY I Weather Or Not we experienced a pronounced sink- ,, illtv?" of Paint cw City; M': and Mre !i , 1
, ing and we clipped the top of it. I 0,01 Andres DeLeon of Mindi; Mr. I
.do., believe that the sinking was caused and NUE ) uis Balilaceda of Cc- ''
Eve so often a picture comes ajorig;thOt 'gives r'''
' ,,, ,- ,,,,,.. by the turbulent effect of the wind f-2i 01.14 ion: and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
; :.:. 4: .!-' blowing across the blast fence. is it the only men who Atherley of Colon. the world a much needed up-beat. "AUNTIE' MA- ,..
: t ,,,
,,,, ,-.. , This weather report for tbr 24 "As the plane sank, I put on k WII
t,'re ,. I hours ending 3 a. m. today is more power, but not enough, be- now low to monoge women ore During this same period, 87 MIE" is such a picture. It won't shdtk 'anger or
: r',,,,' -11:,',i. ':.- ;. ,, prepared by the Meteorologleal cause it was too late," bo ors? OKA, patients were admitted and 87 ToDAy 3.,
..3. were discharged. 75c. 40c. worry you. It will just make you happy. Everyone .,
,, i tl -,- ,r, . .r.' and Hydrographie Branch et the Will love it. See ROSALIND RUSSELL in "AUNTIE' ,-:
!4,,,,,,, Panami Canal Companyr CENTRAL
11,' r. ;; .,,., .4:.'t .. , I 77.7.7777: ,,,;;:;',;:,!',; 's.,,,,s1::,',-C::, .,,, .,.,..::...: ', :..,i.,.,,1...v., ,.':.':,,:,;;ii,k,fi,,!,i0:,,:. MAMIE" in Technicolor. OPEN'S ON WIDNES- ''..''
it's, a Balboa Cristobal ; ... ..,,,,,,i4 , .,:::.o.::.::::-.., :,,i,: ,i.,... ,,.::.,..:.:, .:.::::!:.:,,v, ':-z:5,,:,,:,:, :,,,i,1:,-.,,4
DAY AT THE CENTRAL.
DOUBLE of '.- ,,,,,, .7, i .'' ''':-'' ;-;4
.:, , ,, 12:50, 2:38, 4:32, 6:44, 8:56
4e 1,., g-) se -,,.. :,,:,
barrelful ,: f 7 A I ,TEMPERATURE: ,;.;,,,,., ,3, ...,,., .,: to4141,4. :..0.,,,s, ..
::4, ,... t
M or. ,,.- ,7
e 7 : 1,, '0:- 4, ,,40,, f.,,:1, ,,,,-.i ',,3. ,11100MMNIEMbillintE..11110MEMINIMEMMIMMOMMEMENNITO.'
et ,h1gh 4 High 82 114 -f'''ee-.. ,s,.', e 'e et'Z'''ee WEEKEND RELEASE!
: wide and lij
, , Low 72 74 t., A
X ( Vat' ,,,,t,. , ti,
.., !..37. ,40-' ,::.''"
3,1, :.: !- :: :::.:,!1:W10,:40::
, rinlitOm At ,. '
.4.:2::,. NV:ity tio' ,,,..., fr(i: ,,:,, L, ',1:, -: : Sparkles with Comedy... ,,,(, ,tti , '-
, i Unity t HUMIDITY! ;.:ee 0
" HPie''e- '"IoeeS'e!.-- r 1
High 97 95 i.4, -.44 N'Sc.:g .:: .k.;': .''' ..:'.': ..: .!',: '.,,::': ; Music... Romance!
1 .",e,,i,, e:.:.
'f ''': 41:,,:::?i0.;) t:,!t(,':''..: ---"Nr- Ott I I 0 .''
. 't'- L113 SMODit,::' Imw 79 81 t. :
A is ,','
t le ; d
1,4 ,,,, :
,A ..,,..! 1 ," iiK, t ,,A 1 b4.1.-1, ...74:,::.::::,7.:.:::.4.c
5. 1,,,):7A0. iii
, F ink i WIND: ,,,i -,,,,4,.. 1., i
, v., 1
, 1 3 ElltErill 0 .. ,
,,., ,, o Ad. ,, (max. mph) SE-10 S-le ie- a
ari;:ri.:)Z A y p RELEAs.E.,,p, Ay .,,
, 4 Ar: : 11 A 1 N (inches, .14 .10 t,
., ,.,:: : -,,, .,,, ,:'s,:.:, k; :1,.: ,c' :U: .,
, 417::::7"N 1 :..,,t k
,,.,., 1..:4:1V1:':1:' .. . ..
.') g':.:,' WATER TEMP: .: '- ...,:i ''':SII:i4',:.' 4:4004
A, ,. :,,,, :
.,, , !.4...,tpc! ,.. ,:e! (inner harbors) 93 83 ''.:.:.:?:,:.:':::',.5',1 ::,:' ''''' is.".k., .. ,
- Al .,. .1. n 7g - 0 lb ' ti', ''' :
-,'....''-r- .40 S oltia. 312v 4 4.5 . CAS p.m.
,,,, 4' ,':i i ,.:,, ,:i,1, ,,,404,-4.4 .,:), 4. ,.. , t
I, ,,, ,
:-.... ,tx .,' ,. ,t,tig
... , : 46...:40, 4:::,.; .P V '' 1
)t t -- --,, 4 k: ,,.:). :,:'. '''..-- '
...,,,,, ,,,. ir,,...s.
: ,,.,.,.,,,,:. ....
,, , .,
., ., ,.....,, ... ::,,,,;:e :,,,,,,,,, , ,,
,, ,,, 10,,, ',. :,i, fb,,,,,,e,j8,
11t.' 'Pi VII .;.', .- A: i ,Ve : i IN: 1
Pm i 1 I TORPEDOES B CES 1 Sil :
,,,, t .,
:-,tirir, LAKE ELEVATIONS: .:,..,,,,, .04 A, ,
, ....,,,,,,,, n,,.i te.,. MN -.:' 7.
:71. 'f''''''''' ,,,,. ,r,,6, N.t:. ir. 1
:' go-Starring Gatun Lake 83.10 ,e, ,,,,-
o t!,,&'; Paremeent pewits I ' r:ettayd
e, A se,orovl
,A,04.-:..1 : e , ,, .:"s, ee' I
1 '' ,,i Madden Dam 217.19 (' t II to :::A. ootee ,10,,,,,..,,:.,:
, ; ,,
;' TENDELC COREY I , ,,,.:,,,:,
1 -J 1 ,' '
.1" Iv ,,,, 4 ,,,,,,400000000".", :40.0?,
0000,t...1 ( Z.,14,44, utmta HARVEY ow ADDAMS NHN CLEMENTS votAa CRAM ,,
, , ,,
BALBOA TIDES . I
. f, zk-color by I e A., e-veoe.,,, .-'4750, C:Filidi LOITEll
1, 1 ,, In 14 1,
,i ,. ,,-,.
.. -.4 ,,,, 4 ,,,,,
. , , ,.
,,, It .1. f TUESDAY, JUNE 23 ee Itee;' Me
likell ,,,' 4.
- ., Released .- e,t,
., ,,,,": :,..0
,,, 4 ..
' 11011ZEllatir SILELIT Ell, If il
,i, , t-,4,,, Thru ,.:','. High ,s,, 5, : .!., t
4 A ..,,, noHmootor d :. .. .
'' ,, -,4,t UNITED : k Time Ht. :;:, NI ), -,
' AIM ST A ,,,, 5:33 am. ..... ... 17.4 ft. , Ti:eete,i,", et .40'
..,,,',..et,,, V(. e,,,,, S,4':' RIAIONNIVAINO 11: ::.,; rip ...)-
....,,it .. "t. t, t:: (
, . 5:19 p.m. 17.3 ft. weelememieemi '''''''''':''''' f
W' '.: ,:;,.'' g t :,: :';',':., l?' ',' 'I 'k ri '1:::
' ,L. ---: ,,, -44 tome we we lbrimi ... WM NCO p ,:-::: I. .44 :,---)1,41),''44,0. ,: I et , ',, ti3 ...
i ''. 1 '''' 1 LoW L., ? .. A,(.:.:;,,,, , imkimennemsumebeleeeeema Aeteet,,-,,.....,,, - 4 ,...., ..,. :
. , ee-
0.0,101101.11 MOP Pli filla 311.11.: "..!.,,-.... 1.11.,I.." )..,10;.i, ,. '''''.-,. ....' i ,.
f e ... ,,, : .-, Amid Time
. ' litememtk L''''''' lit- t HOW TOGETHER CAN YOU GET? San Frandsen State College L'veds-81 of them- It's The LaughAnd-Love ...,
I' .'" it'
,..,. 11:36 am 10.5 ft. fri. share a single militabake. It's a record tor what, they termed a 'togetherness campaign., Hit of The Season! SatodaithilitRIV9 i fib ''. g it ,!: '', ,, ; , :, ,,i , 4,,.,,!,
' ' --- , ,,
. ----,-.0000000 ,. t,11,,r4k,
. ' S .'
, .1 ,
1 '' ''''. .'''''.; '',:''':
. 0 ,,
" " ,,, , , ,
' '' '' ' J. .. ..,: ,' ,., 1 ',)' r . , :, ,,,,,:;:,,,,: ;
spurn the clerical collaf for ev eveveryday
everyday eveveryday dress.
These are some of the result3
of a nationwide survey of a
cross-section of 163 Methodist
ministers scientifically chosen to
represent every age and type.
The study was conducted by
the Department of Research and
Survey of the National Mission.'
of the Methodist Church Board
of Missions at the request of the
National Methodist TOWn and
The Rev. Dr. Robert L. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a research specialist and
assistant director of research
and survey. analyzed the results
and reported that the sample
studied was an adequate repre representation
sentation representation of all the 24,000 or ordained
dained ordained Methodist clergymen
who serve 9.5 million members
of 39,000 churches.
Wilson said there were many
widelv different answers to thi
question of how many hours a
week the ministers worked, This
raised a question, he said. as tn
what ministers consider to be
Killed In Crash
MEXICO CITY, June 22 (UPI)
Two widely known Mexican po police
lice police officers were killed last
night when their car collided
with an interurban passenger
bus on the outskerts of the city.
Dagoverto Alvarez del Castillo,
one of the top officers o f the
judicial police, and Francisco Go Godoy,
doy, Godoy, police chief at Tlanepant Tlanepantla,
la, Tlanepantla, Mexico State, died instantly
and three persons riding with
them were injured.
Alvarez del Castillo won Inter International
national International repute over the years as
special investigator for the Bank
of Mexico, during which time he
trapped leaders of several large
counterfeiting and forging rings.
He was currently on the trail of
a blackmail gang victimizing
I Weather Or Not 1
This weather report tor tris 24
hours ending 3 a. m. today is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and ilydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company!
High 82 34
Low 72 74
High 97 95
Low 79 81
(max. mph) S
Gatlin Lake 83.10
Madden Dam 217.19
TUESDAY, JUNE 23
5:33 am. ..... 17.1 ft.
5:19 p.m. 17.3 ft.
11:36 am. 10.5 ft.
One man may consider at attending
tending attending Parent-Teacher Assn.
meetings as part of his pastoral
duties, while another may re regard
gard regard attendance as a civic re responsibility,
sponsibility, responsibility, Wilson said.
Most of the ministers claimed
to work 50 to 69 hours a week.
Twelve said they worked less
than 40 hours and 17 reported
they put in work weeks of 80 or
The greatest proportion of all
the ministers received less than
$5,000 a year in salaries and re regarded
garded regarded their income as inade inadequate.
quate. inadequate. Fewer than 4 ner cent
made 87,500 or more. Nine men
received less than $2.000.
Jet Airliner his
Fence,. Is Badly
NEW YORK (UM A British
transatlant'c jet airliner cprrying
45 persons, including eight Russian
officials, struck a runway fence on
landing here yesterday. The plane
was damaged extensively, but
there were no injuries.
The British Overseas Airways
Corp. De Havilland Comet IV, with
a crwe of 10 and 35 passengers,
suddenly was sucked downward by
a wind draft as it headed for a
landing in clear weather at Idle Idlewild
wild Idlewild International Airport.
The plane struck a blast fence
that had been erected at the end
of the runway to protect motorists
on nearby roads from jet plane
The blow smashed the steel
fence and damaged the landing
gear and both wing flaps on the
plane. Despite the damage, the
plane was taxied to a normal halt,
with the passengers still sitting
calmly in their seats.
"It wouldn't have happened if the
blast fence hadn't been there,"
said Capt. John A. Kelly of Lon London,
don, London, pilot of the sleek, four-jet air airliner
liner airliner which flew from London to
Kelly said there might have been
a serious tragedy if he had been
bringing the plane in a few feet
"We made a normal approacb
and everything was perfectly nor normal
mal normal at the time on the direct flight
from London," he said.
"Just short of the blast fence,
we experienced a pronounced sink sinking
ing sinking and we clipped the top of it.
believe that the sinking was caused
by the turbulent effect of the wind
blowing across the blast fence.
"As the plane sank, put on
more power, but not enough, be because
cause because it was too late."
t HOW TOGETHER CAN YOU GET? San Francisco State College Coeds-8I of them--
fro share a single milkshake. It's a record tor what,they tanned a mtogethernees campaign.,
Steelmakers Plan t',4r Walkout;
Bargaining Talks At Standstill
CLEVELAND, Ohio all'11
Steelmakers are preparing for a
walkout because union and man management
agement management negotiators are still far
apart after six weeks of bargaining.
Steel magazine reported that the
producers already have taken the
initial step by cleaning out raw
The National Meial working
Weekly said steelmakers were to
begin banking furnaces "within a
Production already has started
to taper off. Mills operated at
92.5 per cant of capacity last
weak, a drop of 1.5 points.
The output was about 2,619,000
net tons of steel for ingots and
The St. Louis district, which op operated
erated operated at 89 per cent, showed a 15-
point drop, while the biggest gain
5.5 pointwas reported by Cleve Clevekind.
kind. Clevekind. The magazine said steelmakers
were hoping for a labor settlement
that wouldn't require higher pric prices,
es, prices, but since both sides were on
the spot, neither expected total
A possible solution mentioned
was concessions by the United
Steelworkers on operating proce procedures
dures procedures in exchange for a mail
Most observers predicted that
less of pay would be the most no notiz,Table
tiz,Table notiz,Table strike damage, unless it
lasted more than eight weeks. The
steel workers, if they walk off Ju
Lesson Altered For Royalty
In Canadian Village Church
GASPE Que. (UPI) Queen
Elizabeth and Prince Philip wor worshipped
shipped worshipped Sunday in a village
church where the first lesson
one critical of royaltywas hur hurriedly
riedly hurriedly replaced at the last mo moment.
ment. moment. The royal couple, who are on
a six-week, 5,000-mile tour of
Canada that will include attend attending
ing attending ceremonies opening the St.
Lawrence Seaway, arrived at this
St. Lawrence River holiday resort
aboard the yacht Britannia es escorted
corted escorted by Canadian and British
destroyer escorts and two Britsh
tibtnritieg on loan to Canada.
They drove to tiny St. Paul's
Anglican Church through flag flagwaving
waving flagwaving crowds that included vil villagers
lagers villagers from miles around.
More than 250 persons, nearly
three times as many at the rec rector,
tor, rector, Arch Deacon John Comfort,
normally preaches to on Stuiday
mornings, jammed the plainly plainlyfurnished
furnished plainlyfurnished frame church which sits
on a hill on the south side of the
Bay of Gaspe.
Church officials, who prepared
the first and second lessons,
avoided eimbarrassment at t h e
last minute before the service by
changing the first lesson from one
in which thellsraelis say tihey do
not want a king to one referring
to Samuel as a child ministers.
Before the church service th,
Queen and Philip drove in their
$30,000 Lincoln platic-topped lim limousine
ousine limousine through Gaspe'ss 'winding,
RUSSIANS LIKE MOVIES
MOSCOW (UPDRussians are
the biggest movie-goers in the
world, according to the official
Soviet News Agency Tass. City
dwellers in Russia visit the Pic Pictures
tures Pictures an average of 23 times a
year while their country cousins
go 11 times annually, Tass re reported.
ported. reported. LITTL. L.I I
knonis it the only men who
e ow to monoge women ars
43, 1. Would lose 213 million dollars
Iin wages in a four-week strike;
'321 million dollars in six weeks,
and 430 million-dollars in base pay
if the walkout lasted eight weeks.
, The weekly said that a six-week
work stoppage would do little more
limn put a dent in industrial pro proAuction
Auction proAuction and would hardly' affect
third quarter gross national prod product.
uct. product. That's because most steel
users have planned inventories for
at least a six-week strike.
I Outside of steel, probably the
hArdest hit indtistry would Be the
Another Child Dies
Plastic Soap Bag
WARE, Mass. (UPI) Susan
Taylor, 13 months, died in a
hospital here yesterday, the vic victim
tim victim of asphyxiation in a plastic
The child had been in a coma
for more than 90 hours after
being found unconscious on the
living room floor of her home,
a plastic bag wr her head.
Her father described tile bag as
one "which soap conies in." He
said it was 8 by 10 inches in
How the bag got abbut the
child's head was not known.
hilly streets and stopped at a
memorial cross erected in 1934 to
mark Jacques Cartier's arrival
here in 1534. The Queen placed a
bouquet of 36 red roses at the
foot of the cross.
The roayl yacht is cruishins,
itpough ,the ,raspg region betore
going &I' tcrMoneftal, where Ihe
Queen and President Esenhower
will open the St. Lawrence Sea Seaway
way Seaway formally next Friday. The
couple arrived in North America
Thursday. Their only U. S.stop
will be a one-day visit July in
Chicago at the end of a cruise
through. tbs gawsy and grfat
Lakes aboard the Britannia.
Girls 9, Boys 7
A busy stork made 18 trips to
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week which ended at midnight
Wednesday to deliver nine girls
and seven boys. Six of the ba babies
bies babies arrived on the same day,
The three girls who share the
same birthday were born to Mr.
and Mrs. William Gordon Jr.
of Co loN and IMr. and Nrs.
Roy Clarke, also of Co lonf 'and
Capt. and Mrs. Kenneth Newby
of Ft. Gulick.
Parents of the boys who were
born on the same day are Mr.
and Mrs. David Reed of Saba-,
nitas: Mr. and Mrs. Rafael
Bringas of Colon; ana Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Borsellino of Ga Gatun.
tun. Gatun. The other girls were born to
Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford
of Margarita; Mr. and Mrs. Ru Rupert
pert Rupert Peart of Colon; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Johnson of Gulick
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Holt of Colon; Mr. and Mrs.
Emerson Cottrell of Gatlin; and
Mr. and Mrt, Walter Kellman
The other boys were born to
31:.. and Mis. Holder, Cockinon
of Paint cw City; M'. and 1k,fr.
Andres DLLeon of Mindi; Mr.
and Mrs. 1 tits Bali-laceda of Co Colon:
lon: Colon: and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Atherley of Colon.
During this same period, 87
patients were admitted and 87
1 1 re I i i r
0 summer outburoi of teen-aged eiegi
Ike S h o u I cl Drop Strauss : tli,e seT 'titte,:,-41dandeweitittisepcit,roup
t,to, slapping 4areppectup; aut-deliat
,' giency campaigns SuralaY --0
Quarrel NowSays Johnson Po ce int r ups add church(
leadelirr '14rit:lligsgrbed' by' the ee4
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Democratic Leader Lyndon B
Johnson thinks President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower should drop the Lewis L.
Strauss quarred now that his
commerce secretary has been re rejected
jected rejected by the Senate and speedily
pick up formal relations with
The Texas Democrat puts little
stock in 5he announced fear of
Sen. Albert Gore (D- Tenn.) that
the Strauss rejection, for hich
Johnson voted, means a period of
"extreme partisanship" between
the White House an4d Senate.
Johnson's view, it was stated on
reliable authority Sunday, is that
Eisenhower is wrong if he as assumes
sumes assumes that the 49 46 defeat of
Strauss last Friday was. either a
personal slap at the President or
will raise a bar to drafting other
officials for government service.
Shares Democrats' Feelings
The Democratic)leadership feels
the Senate exercised its full con constitutional
stitutional constitutional responsibilty when it
rejected Strauss, just as Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower exercised his when he nom nomnated
nated nomnated the former Atomic Energy
Johnson was pictured as shar sharing
ing sharing the.feeting of many demo democrats
crats democrats 'that Struuss was not the
man they wished to see as "su "supreme
preme "supreme commander" of this coun country's
try's country's economic cold war against
communism. They regard t h e
comperca pecretary'ss control ov over
er over exporelicenses as absolute and
did not want it in Strauss' hands,
it was said.
Had Strauss been nominated for
an advi,sory post. this argument
would have fallen and might have
altered Johnson's view.
; OLD CAMEChinese-Ameri',
can Rose Quong tries modern
version of a 2,000-year-old Chi Chi!
! Chi! nese game in New York. She's
; twirling a double-cone top on a
string tied to two sticks. It's
' adaptation of toy Europeans
' called "Diabolo" when it was
i introduced from China in 1700.
71 TODAY IT
12:50, 2:38, 4:32, 6:44, 8:56
Sparkles with Comedy...
tri MLR UUINWoW
110.0.1 oars 11.10101,1111.941101
It's The LaughAnd-Love
Hit of The Season!
-,--mist,-04-0,m,,0 -fottipowevemoPlovvikiir-e;tirfrettfi-,' .1'4;
, 4!,...i.,-,,,,, .,,,,,,e,2.,,bt? i,144,-,-,4i i-tei--;,,t-71,;;;ir,i;, ;:
if i,,,Fillip.):Z:.; ,.::- "Nt -17.....i.' r --'::
.,. -- ,,,,,',z-::.,,,tio .... :..i. ...--, '14, ,,,,t6;::S.1 illt :,,t p4L-si 14.1k 1 e All
ijweirA -JoMp-111, r q !E'r. ah 17-relr'..!ftk-, -ip
t- ", y q ..
0 .-f t a' e ' 4 :
v to ence,,k,
, i : ,,,,:,:-:0 t I ., : I :,' i
-- ,c,--,,,t,40t,i.qa,Q,f -,4Ir' ,:',P-0,
t , A ,,,,r ir...
Democrats asserting that the
organized pressure on the Senate
was all "pro-Strauss" and em emanated
anated emanated from various segments, of
the economy, ere pictured as
feeling that overall Strauss got a
thorough and fair shake.
Republicans, On the other
hand, say he was harrassed -and
that the President's hands were
tied by the cabinet, officer's re rejection.
Meantime, Sen. Itichtird L.
Neuberg (D-Ore.) eaid Strauss
supporters helped to:defeat him
by raising "false And:ttinjustified
charges of anti-SemitiOrt" in Abe
Neuberger, a member .of the
Jewish faith -like Strauss, t!,
Senate leaders of the StraustrAp StraustrApposition
position StraustrApposition "do ',matt have an ounce.
of bigotry in their bodies.
Atom Spy Fuchs May
Be Released, Claims
LONDON (UPT) Atom sPY
Klaus Fuchs will be released
from his British prison Monday
and shipped behind the Iron Cur Curtain,
tain, Curtain, according to a London news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. The Sunday Dispatch reported
the 48 -year-old nuclear physicist
will be sent to East Germany.
Government spokesmen denied
that Fuchs will be released. They
declined to say when the traitor
would be released.
Officials, however, recently con confirmed
firmed confirmed that Fuchs, still a Marx Marxits,
its, Marxits, would be released in a short
time. If released Monday he will
have served nine years, three
months, two weeks and six days
of a 14-year sentence.
German born Fuchs received
his sentence March 2, 1050, after
conviction of ,h g d,i n,g ybrestern
Atomic bomb secrets to Russian
spies between 1943 and 1947.
The bushy-haired, slightly built
scientist lost his naturalized Brit British
ish British citizenship upon conviction.
The dispatch said, "temportry
travel documents have been pre prepared
pared prepared to give him safe conduct
through immigration and special
branch check-points as he leaves
The paper said there was not
"the slightest doubt" Brits n
would allow Fuchs to go behind
The Iron Curtain. He has been of
fered a teaching post at the East
German University of Leipzig
where his 85-year-Old father,, Emil
Fuchs, is a professor.
Said the Dispatch: "He is no
use to them (the Soviets) and he
is a menace to us. let hirn
rejoin his masters."
Eve so often a picture comei along thargives
the world a much neided up-beat. "AUNTIE MA MAMIE"
MIE" MAMIE" is such a picture. It won't shdtk; anger or
worry you. It will just make you happy. Everyone
will love it. See ROSALIND RUSSELL in AUNTIE' -!7
MAMIE" in Technicolor. OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY AT THE CENTRAL.
ma HARVEY ow ADDAMS
'',P 7 : 7 FT ...'' .....',;47:2116'1' ... Y.:: .::".
,,arip SA: irj.
; 414, 4! ;, 1,,,,1 'i k :41 AO 4 , -,,i
ITN.) i't.,:tl?'-1 :4!,4.-,,,VA- of -0.- 'Itt
;,,,,,.. t .. ,..,,,,, .,.!,., 4..44
I -,--NZW. YORKt, UPItA foam
1 summer outburat of teen-aged 'viol
- iv iroups elniz
1-23elircre'14reillottirbed' by' the 04
currenee of serious crimes, ist
eluding ripe And murder, sine,
the warm weather set in.
Here is the police indietmeni
for last, week akme against juve-,
nile delinquents prowling tho
atreets of the nation's largesf
Four Negro beYs were ar:
rested for raping a 14-year-o
white girt on,a stair, landing be;
hind a jut:1h high school just
after she left 1' recreation center:,
A 14-year-old boy was held ail
tha triggePman in the Slaying a
a 17,year-old r.youth Emit Hall
lem. With him wtre "arrested
tough-talking gus-toting teen-ag4
girl and a 17-year-old butcher'.
)telper. The three were member:I
of a street gang called That
,,,fFour Elizabeth, N,J.,
achool seniors "ditched' cols:,
menceihent rehearsal to visit Net
York's Greenwich Village, where
they severely beat a night dill
doorman so they could steal hi.
gold-braided hat. The 64-year-old
victim suffered a fractured skulk
brolui up ;,'..teen-gan
fight' as It wills4'hhonS10 start
a-park. Tllirtlive bOye and twia
girls, member!: of the Crown all
Scorpion gangs were armed with
knives, scissors.... gun tair1159121
guns and garrison belts
The rising tide of June crime!
accompanying the end of
school year, followed a general
rise in major crirme in New York!
City this year. In the-Airst three
months of ,1.959;',Ii.ly1-266
'delinqUent -AVere. arrested-NJ
about 290 more than in the sam
period of last year.
pertoo OE last year.
Burglaries and relonious
saults were the chief categorte0
accounting for the increase.
MMINE11,M1 Ell,Mmb 77 ,, 4
HOMES'Fijiii; (UPI) ,L.:
Every night Jeremiah Thompin,
82, a Negro, sits with a loaded
shotgun acrost hit lap to guawd
But burglar liel it knife et
Thomplon!s throat, stole $70 and
two bottle' of wilisky and eacaped
"I just couldn't shoot a matt,"
itzo csd 11:5rk 11:56 D.m.
MIN CLEMENTSINUM CRAM
! teen-aged vie&
walks of Neat
ps end dumb(
'bed' by' the 04
s crimes, hat
mys ,were '41
a 14-yeare I
air, larlding be;
:h shocti just
Dy was held ag
the slaying et
- teat Hatt
gre -arrested es
g called This
al to visit Nest
, a night clul
could steal hie
Mete start it
btiya and tw
the Crown and
re armed with
Df June crimes
end of the
Ned a generel
e in New York!
in tho 2211111