The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
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Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Classification:
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System ID:
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WASHINGTON, July 24 (UPI'--The United States witl not relax its treaty rights to the exercise of sovereign
power in the Panama Canal Zone, according to an official memorandum which appeared in the Congressional Record
today.
Rep, Daniel J. Flood of Pennsylvania submitted to the House of Representatives along legal memorandum pre
pared in the office of the Governor of the Canal Zone, dated May 12, 1959.
This memorandum concluded: "The United States sees no useful purpose to be served in debating the question
of sovereignty, as such, over the Canal Zone, a matter fully resolved by article III of the 1903 convention."

In remakrs to the House Flood
interpreted the memorandum as
follows:
"This memorandum records the
long-established official position
of tho United States that the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive sovereign rights, power
and authority of the United States
in the Canal Zone do not present
an open or doubtful question, and
that the United States is not 'dis 'disposed
posed 'disposed to alter these basic rights
in the Canal Zone.
"In this light, this memorandum
is a state paper of high import importance
ance importance that deserves a permanent
place in the annals of the con congress."
gress." congress."
Flood said ;Tharlinterriational
agitation for Wresting control of
the Panama Canal from the
United States," continued making
that waterway a focus of conflict.
He quoted comment attributed
to President Ernesto de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia Jr. of, Panama' tonCerning the
recent hivision. thy' mercenaries
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adventurers frometur own country
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flew Itrresis Bring
Anti-Cas ro Total
To Over 200 In Cuba
HAVANA, (UPI) Thirty Thirtyone
one Thirtyone persons caught wi rifles
in their possession were arrest arrested
ed arrested Monday night in the provin provincial
cial provincial town of Rodas after an at attack
tack attack on police barracks there,
it was reported early today.
The arrests increased the
number of' suspected foes of
Premier Fidel Castro who have
been jailed recently to more
than 200. An unspecified num number
ber number of persons were arrested in
suburban Guanabacoa with a
truckload Of dynamite appar apparently
ently apparently intended for use in home homeMade
Made homeMade bombs.
tTnder a recently- Published
decree, any found guilty of ter terrorism
rorism terrorism may be sentenced to
death.
Rodas is 35 Miles west of San Santa
ta Santa Clara, the capital of Las Vil Villas
las Villas Orovince, scene 6f the week weekend
end weekend mass meeting at which
Castro indicated that his re regime
gime regime expects an attack from a abroad.
broad. abroad. The Premier said lie hopes
any invasion force which might
attempt 'a landing, would include
some of the "War criminals"
who fled from Cuba when Pres President
ident President Fulgencio Batista was
Overthrown Jan. I.
"The first thing we would do
is cut off their retreat so they
cannot escape again," he said.
"If war criminals decide to re return
turn return to Cuba, they must be
made tO pay their debt to jus justice."
tice." justice." The navy denied reports that
the frigate Antonio Maceio had
been scuttled by its crew and
that there had been mutinies
aboard three other small war warShips
Ships warShips the Haire, the Caribe
and the GC-104.
The fishing cruisers German
31 and Corsario II have disap disapLeared
Leared disapLeared from Havana, presuma presumaly
ly presumaly taken by refugees fleeing
Florida. The owner of the
Corsario has been arrested as a
suspected accomplice in their
escape.
Hew Dale Is Sel
For Jazz Festival
On Mink Side

, 0 The Atlantic side jazz Festiital
iyr planned for Jtme 25 has been ,) tat tat'
' tat' poned until July 30 the Army an an4
4 an4 flounced today. The date was
changed to allow more students
from the U.S. Army Caribbean
School at Fort Gulick to attend the
,, allow.
The Fort Kobbe Service Club
Jazz Festival dates remain un unchanged
changed unchanged June 28 and 29.

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by and led by militant commun communists.
ists. communists. Their ambition is the long
stated one of taking over the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal."
Flood called attention to an arti article
cle article in the quartely magazine
Foreign Affairs which advocated
internationalization of the canal
under the organization of Americ American
an American States, and the united nations.
"Studied in the chancelleries of
the world, this and like statements
will stand as permanent sources
of political infection until ade adequately
quately adequately met by authoritative de declaration,"
claration," declaration," Flood declared.
Mi Miry Chiefs
Renew Demands
Frondizi Resign
,LBUBT4OS AlitEVIttne 24
111111)-,The Armed -qlorces put
new pressure op the government
today, and at least one important
military figure joined opposition
politicians in demanding that Pre
sdent Arturo Prondiz resgn,
The generals and the admirals
who had already forced the resig resignation
nation resignation of the civilian members of
Frondizi's cabinet were now re reported
ported reported to be demanding:
The resignations of War Se Secretary
cretary Secretary Hector Solanas Pacheco
and Navy Secretary Adolfo Este Estevez.
vez. Estevez. Both men handed in their re resignations
signations resignations Monday night, along
with those of the rest of the ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, but Frondizi immediately
announced that the military min ministers
isters ministers would, retain their jobs.
The appointment of non-political
commanders of the Army and
Navy. Under the present system,
each military secretary doubles
as commander of his service.
The "permanent retirement"
of Col. Manuel Raimundo who was
forced last week resign as un under
der under secretary of war, and the ex exclusion
clusion exclusion of all members of his ultra-nationalist
"Green Dragon
Lodge" from the Army.
At least 96 officers who oppos opposed
ed opposed the aims of their chiefs were
reported under arrest at various
Argentine garrisons.
Early today. Rear Adm. Isaac
Rojas formally denounced the
Frondizi administration as "dis "dismal
mal "dismal nad illegal" and called on
Flondi7i to resign.
Interior Minister Alfredo Vitolo
nromptly relected Roja's demand
denouncing it as an attempt to
stage a coup d'etat.
Coco Solo Store's
New Second Floor
To Onen Tomorrow
The second floor of the Coco So Solo
lo Solo retail More, recently convertfed
into a modern department
dry goods section, will be opened
formally Thursday afternoon by
L. A. Ferguson, Supply and Com Community
munity Community Services director.
Also to be present at the cere ceremony
mony ceremony will be J. J. Barton. genz.,r genz.,ral
al genz.,ral manager of the Supply Division
T. G. Rellham, suoerintendeot
of the sales and Service Branch;
B. J. Elich, merchandise promo promotion
tion promotion manager; Peter Foster, pre president
sident president of the Coco Solo Civic Colin
cll, and other Civic Council re representatives.
presentatives. representatives. Merchandise from the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal retail store, which went out
of business Saturday, was moved
to the Coco Solo 'store second floor
this week.
The new seeond floor of the Co Coco
co Coco Solo store bas been arranged
according to floor plan which is
expected to handle the flow of
customers better than any other
retail store in tie Canal Zone vs vstem.
tem. vstem. Merchandise will include men's
and women's ,Wear, infants' and
children's clothing, shoes, linens,
and other domestic goods similar
to those carried at the Balboa re retail
tail retail store.
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Big 4 Summit Meet
Not Warranted Yet

0 ---
WASHINGTON, June 24 (UPI) -- Secretary of State Christian
A. Herter called on Russia last night to give "serious second
thought" to Allied proposals on Berlin. He said no agreement Is
possible with the Koviets if they' insist on trying to enslave West
Berlin.
In a radio-television report on the recessed Big Four foreign
ministers talks, Herter also declared there had been no progrest
to date that would warrant a summit conference between Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev and other
heads of government.
The secretary also denounced "banefura' statements made by
Khrushchey in Moscow during the foreign ministers ateeting. He
saitt,theynade It, VirtUel4LimPollSibin IttgottstrAettit-flosTiet
Foreign ministerrAndrei:Oromyko04.04.' s, ,4; 1,,

Despite the Sc:oviet attitude, so
far, Herter held out some hope for
progress ,when the foreign minist ministers
ers ministers resume their talks m Geneva'
July 13. t
But he said Russia must aban abandon
don abandon its efforts to oust the West Western
ern Western Allies from Berlin and accept
the existence of a free West Berlin
"under Western protection." If
the Soviets refuse, he declared,
"no agreement is possible."
Terming this the "critical ques question,"
tion," question," he said that if Russia "per "persists
sists "persists in its determination to add
more than two million free West
Berliners to the captive peoples of
Eastern Europe, then no agree agreement
ment agreement is possible."
The secretary accused the
Communists of engaging in
propaganda, threats and "up "upside
side "upside down talk" during the first
40 days of talks at Geneva. He
said they "gave no indication of
being interested in genuine ne negotiation."
gotiation." negotiation." When the talks resume, he said,
"we will continue our efforts to
find an area of agreement."
"But the United States will ne never
ver never compromise the freedom of
the brave people of West Berlin
who have placed their faith in
our protection.
"Our fate and the fate of the
people of West Berlin and that of
the free people everywhere are
linked together. Whn thir free.
dom is diminished, our freedom
is invitably diminished."
Harter reported to the people
after giving the House Foreign
Affairs Committee and the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee a
secret briefing on the Geneva con conference.
ference. conference. He toict them there would be
no reason to have a Summit con conference
ference conference with Russia unless the
foreign ministers maks some
progress when they reconvene
next month. He said the Undid
States would not change its po position
sition position on this point.
Herter also told the legislators
there was complete unity among

Whoa Thar Podner, This Da'nged Rust lin' Has Got To Stop

WASHINGTON (UPI) Rus Rustlers
tlers Rustlers are reported after the cattle
again in the West, and it looks
like Congress may have to head
'em off at the interchange.
Sen. Gordon Al lott (R-Colo.)
said he is informed bad hombres
under cover of night have been
snatching slick newborn carves,'
loading them into panel (Tucks
and floor boarding it for unspeci unspecified
fied unspecified markets in Kansas.
The victims natuz'ally are yell yelling
ing yelling for help.
Meanwhile, back at the Capi Capitol,
tol, Capitol, our lawmakers also have pro promised
mised promised a fight to save the West's
few remaining wild horses. It
seems that city slickers in air airplanes
planes airplanes and helicopters have been
running the mustags to exhaus exhaustion,
tion, exhaustion, with a view to grinding
then up into dogfood.
Rep. E. Y. Berry (R-S.D.) ia
already in with a bill to make
rustling cattle a littla less pro.,

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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JUNE U, 1959

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-HERTER
,k ,-1'3
the Unite& Stites, Iftitah2 and
France en. the Western position'
He said there appeared to be no
need for a log of ,A1,he Allied
foreign ministers ilefere the Ge Geneva
neva Geneva talks resume.
Herter's radio-TV aptech was
the strongest public staitement to
date on the refusal of the United
States te 'knuckle under to the So Soviet
viet Soviet demands that the West get
out ofWest
Hine US Governors
On Way To Russia
Slop Off In Paris
PARIS, June 24 (UPI) Nine
U.S. governors flew in from New
York today, looked over the
sights and sounds of Paris for 3
1-2 hours and then took off for
Moscow on a fact-finding tour.
The gmernors were delayed 30
minutes by Paris' traffic n
route back to Orly Airport and
their waiting plane.
A motorcycle escort el white whitegloved
gloved whitegloved policemen and a stream streamlined
lined streamlined bus waited for them at Orly
when they arrived to which them
into the city 12 miles away as
quickly as possible,
The motorcycle police blew
whistles to clear the way-4hey
did not use sirens because &Pa &Paris'
ris' &Paris' anti-noise lawand quid
led them to the triumphal arch at
the'end of the Champs Elysee.
Then the police etpcorted them
across the Seim River to the tif tiftel
tel tiftel Tower for a quick peek at the
sights before rushing them out
of town again.
The delegation led by Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Gov. Leroy Collins of Florida
included eight American college
professors and a handful of news newsmen.
men. newsmen. They are on a fact-finding mis mission
sion mission sponsored by the Sloan and
Rockefeller Foundations.
inking as a life's work, although
he does not say anything about
enforcing the new law with a
rope, as in some earlier days.
Rustling is on the increase."
Berry said. "There's been an aw awful
ful awful lot of it lately. One reason is
that under federal law as n o w
written this offense ordinarily is
punished ao only a misde misdeneanor."
neanor." misdeneanor." Under the Berry Bill taking a
Ignow across state lines for an im imoral
oral imoral purpose like stealing would
be cause to throw a man in 'the
stockade for up to five years and
line him as much ao 0,000.
The Justice Department is
against this, and that's not so
surprising. The federal bulls are
so busy now chasing interestate
car thieves they haven't got much
'time to spend running down cows.
Under present law, Berry says,
You have to ascerrtain how much
the missing dogie is worth before
You know whether you are hunt huntling
ling huntling felon or only an adult de,

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Dame Margot's Thoughts, Heart And
Wishes Go Out To Panama Students

0
OXFORD, England, June 24 (UNMargot Fon.
teyn, Prima Ballerina of Britain's Royal Ballet, today re.
ceived the honorary degree of Doctor of Music from Ox.
ford University.
She is the wife of Dr. Roberto Arias, the former
Panamanian Ambassador in London, who has been a pot.
itical refugee in the Brazilian embassy in Panama City
following his alleged connection with the abortive Pan
amanian revolution.
Before today's ceremony Miss Fonteyn said: "For
me this is a very thrilling occasion and 1 with so much
that my husband could be here.
"I am moved by the great honor being done me by
one of the oldest universities in the world and at the same
time my thoughts, heart, and good wishes are with the
students of the very young University of Panama. I
would so like them to know this."

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Inferno Of Fire' Annihilates
Cuban Invaders, Says Trujillo

Peron, Batista
Making eady
TdVijitilaven
WASHINGTON, Jtme 24 (UPI)
Two fallen Latin American dicta dictators,
tors, dictators, Juan Domingo Peron of Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina and FUlgenei0 Batista of
Cuba, were reported today to be
preparing to leave their threaten threatened
ed threatened haven in the Dominican Re Republic.
public. Republic. Reliable diplomatic informants
said that the two men have be become
come become apprehensive about their
safety in the face of growing
threats of tin invasion of the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic.
There as, a repCirt that Peron
has already moved to seek ad admittance
mittance admittance into Switzerland. Batis Batista
ta Batista also is expected to remove him himself
self himself to a distant European country
far from the wrath of the rebels.
The possibility of the two form former
er former strong-men leaving the western
hemisphere was reported shortly
after a Dominican government
announcement claiming that a
Cuban supported invasion force
vv as crushed.
Sources said the government of
Generalissimo Rafael L. Trujillo.
would welcome the departure of
his taro guests whose asyluth has
been the source of considerable
friction with other Latin Americ American
an American republics.
The Argentine government has
repeatedly asked the Dominican
government to expel Peron. It
accused him of using his haven ln
c udad Trujillo as the center of
operations to undermine the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional government of Presi President
dent President Arturo Frondizi.
Coast Guard Cutter
Due Here Tomorrow
The United States Coast Guard
Cutter Comanche is scheduled to
arrival at Cristobal tomorrow at
ternoon from Cartagena. The cut
ter's next stop after leaving the
Isthmus Will be Acapulco, Mexico.
Unguent. Only where you can
prove the stolen critter would
have brought WO or better can
the deed by punished as a felony.
What with the way beef prices
vary and all, Berry proposes to
disregard the price tag. This
seems only fair to the rustier,
who otherwise can't be expected
to know how regretful to feel at
what he is doing.
A Denver c a ttlem an n a med
Lawrence C. Phipps Jr. wrote Al Allott
lott Allott the other day that 10 to 15
of his newborn calves recently
turned up missing, and that sev several
eral several of his neighbors also have
been raided by rustlers, including
John Hammond, a sheriff.
Rustlers who steal cows from
the sheriff obviously have no
sense of ethics at all, but where
they really blew it, according to
Phipps, was when they picked as
a victim a rancher named Sher Sherman
man Sherman Burns.
Phipps said Burns operates not
only a rand) near Sheridan, VW.,

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic (UPI) A Cuban
supported invasion force against
She Dominican Republic has hoen
crushed in an "inferno of fire"
and every one of its memberskil memberskilled,
led, memberskilled, authoritative military sources
htuaLataportedj4in.Avy-,4,
'The4 tomes?, ,laid.JIWInvaition
aboard twO launches fling the
U.S. flak was intercepted off the
Dominican coast by Navy ships
and Air Force planes which sank
the two vessels.
Those members of the ocpadi
tion who mado it to shore wore
hacked to death, by farmers
with razorsharp machetes, it
was reported.
Generalisfimo Rafael Trulillo
will return from the front per perhaps
haps perhaps today to report to congress
on the attempted invasion, it was
announced here. The official ra radio
dio radio said Trujillo is in the "war
zone" in the Cibao Va?ley.
(Diplomatic sources in Havana
said, however, that reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements for nearly 300 invaders
who they said had landed by sea
and air in theDominican Republic
in the past 10 days are already
on the way from Cuba or ready
to sail).
Tho official Dominican ac account
count account of tho invasion said tho
main attacking force, sailing in
launches flying tho American
flag, was escorted and provis provisioned
ioned provisioned by the Cuban frigates Jose
Marti, Antonio Macao and Maximo
Gomez.
(The Cuban navy yesterday de denied
nied denied a report that the crew of
the Maceo had mutinied and scut scuttled
tled scuttled the ship).

Trujillo Attache
In Haiti Escapes
Assassination Try
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, June
24 (UPI) Unidentified gunmen
tried early yesterday to assassin assassinate
ate assassinate Lt. Col. Luis E. Trujillo Rey
noso, the Dominican military at attache
tache attache here, it was announced to today.
day. today. Dominican ambassador Ernesto
Sanchez Rubirosa said the killers
sprayed Trujillo's bedroom with
bullets, but the attache was not
hit.
but also a well-known detective
agency of the same name.
"He put some of his operators
on the case and brought the
thieves to court," Allott's ,consti
tuent reported.
However, not ail the ranchers
out thstaway have access to
quite the same facilities for
tracking dOWII rustlers as Bunts.
That's why Al lott is considering
whether Congress ought to sead
out a posse or something.
As for the aerial bronco bust busters,
ers, busters, Sen. Mike Mansfield tID tIDMont.)
Mont.) tIDMont.) told the Senate the other
day only 20,000 of these cayuscs
are left and that something has
got to be done te save then from
early extinction.
AccordinglY. a House Judiciary
subcommittee will start heatings
July 15 on assorted bills to blow
the whistle on mustang hunting
by plane, jeep, or even automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Wild horses couldn't keep me
away from that hearing
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Pilots Lose
Relief Days
ForTimeBeing

A substantial drop in holdovers anchored at titbit
end of the waterway was p. edicted today for the secrid.;
consecutive day by Panama Canal officials.
A total of 19 h?Idovers were predicted for last nig
The actual nuniberonchoA to await transit was 16:;
Another 35 or 36 ships are scheduled for full passage
today and an anticipated 13 are expected to be held ever
until tomorrow.
If the official prediction proves accurate, the Miley
traffic jam, unprecedented in Cana! peacetime history,
may be broken by the end of the week.

A Balboa Heights announce announcement
ment announcement revealed the waterway
has resumed 24-hour operation
from end to end excepting only
clear-cut daylight transits re required
quired required for the largest super supercarriers.
carriers. supercarriers. --
Earlier it had 'been announc announced
ed announced all regular days off for Ca Canal
nal Canal pilots has been temporarily
cancelled.
Pilots ordinarily are assigned
I transits on alternate days but
during the big pile-uo they
have been working consecutive
transits fos two said souletimes
thtflAittytrwitre9Clittta 2:as -1th
how's, relittln 'between. 7t.
Recent strong criticiam of Ca Canal
nal Canal operation leading to the
congestion has included mention,
of a critical shortage of pilots
for the waterway.
Total authorized pilot force
is 110 qualified men, but Canal
Zone QtYY. William ,E. Potter re revealed
vealed revealed Monday only 95 are nre-,1
sently assigned and of these a-1
bout 14 are presently on leave.'
Cancellation of regular re relief
lief relief days for the 81 duty pil pilots
ots pilots was expected to ease the
slowly diminishing bacIdog of
ocean-going ships. Why the
cancellation did not come at
the outset of the jam was left
unexplained. ..
Rumors that vacations had
been cancelled and pilots had
peen recalled were denied.
According to Canal figures
the arrival of super-carriers said
to be the key factor in the cur current
rent current pile-up, has eased during
the past two days.
From a high of eight giant
ships counted among daily ar arrivals
rivals arrivals the figure has shrunk to
only two for today plus an ad ad,
, ad, ditional carryover. One more oi
I those monsters may be added
to today's arrival figures.
I Total arrivals have again be begun
gun begun to climb. t after falling
slightly for two days from an
all-time high of nearlY 44 seve several
ral several day; ago. Monday's total was
28, but today the figure was u0
to 33 with one more possible
There has been much confu confuEton
Eton confuEton regarding the importance,
of the super-ships in creating I
the present traffic tie-up. Offi Official
cial Official Canal explanations have
said only that many of the big
ones require "clear-cut,' or one
wav daylight passage through
Margarita To Have
Barbecue, Fireworks
On Fourth of July
This year's Fourth of July ce celebration
lebration celebration al Margarita will be
highlighted by a beef barbecue
and fireworks, in the evening it
was announced today by Tom Sel Sellers,
lers, Sellers, president of the Cristobal.
Margarita Civic Council.
Games and entertainment will
continue throughout the day for
all age groups and an aerial fire fireworks
works fireworks display, the only one schcfl schcfluled
uled schcfluled for the Isthmus on the
Fourth. will start at 8 p.m. Athie
tic events for both children and
adults are planned for the morn morning,
ing, morning, and free movies for the kid kiddies
dies kiddies will be shown in the afternoon.
Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potter
is expected to speak at patriotic
services in the morning.
The barbecue has been mode
possible by the onthe-hoof contri
bution of Panama businessinan
Albert Motta. Sellers said. A one.
dollar contribution will entitle all
members of a family to the bar
beeue, which will be prepared by
women of Cristobal Elks Lour
1542. The money will be applieo to
the cost of the fireworks, officials
stated.

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Gaillard Cut, thus closing the
cut to other movement.
But a realiable source close to
the situation hinted today tales
excessive delays in transiting
super-carriers may be cNused
by more than the numbet.olt
these ships arriving here.
It was pointed out there
has been underlying &tooting
faction by pilots over ; seri-
ous lack of Canal, tugs with
which to assist suPor-ootriet
transit&
'
1:I.-Only seven t
gently in operation throughout
the Canal. The deoltdon to melte
toe of such assistimce is vested
Itt the pilot assigned tor the
transit.
No general disaatistaction disaatistactionfrom
from disaatistactionfrom pilots has come to light o
ver the present situation Wit it
Wag learned that Williani
Tyson. general legal counsel for
the International Association of
Masters, Mates & Pilots check checked
ed checked into the Tivoli Guest House
this morning.
Tyson declined comment on
what matter may have brought
him to the Canal Zone. He is
known here for his legal action
which resulted in a multi-mil.
lion dollar overtime settlement
for Panama Canal pilots in
1958.
While pilots were piling va
record overtime payments Ca Canal
nal Canal Navigational Division dock-,
hands who handle the lines
for transiting shipswere com
plaining they have been offered
no overtime opportunities dun
ing the record traffic jam,
Moreover, the dock works
ers complained their &vent
workdav during the Jam hal
increased. sometimes to as
long as 15 or 16 hours. tor MO
same rate of parr.
Dockhands, drawn from a pool
at either Canal terminal. ara
paid a flat rate of S7.20 for ettch
transit, plus return travel cost.
But thev must report at dos dosbreak
break dosbreak for work assignment !ran,
the pool and are not scheduled
in advance.
For each worker put aboard.
the shipping company is billed
$10 by the Panama Canal Com.,
pany and in addition Must
provide meals for all navigation
dockhands.
A few shiNing comoaniel
have begun protests over cur."
rent costly delays in Canal
transit. notably the Grace Lim
Firms have reported delava
long as 52 hours, which cost,
ship owners an estimated SON,
t125 each waiting hour.
So far there has been no ott,,
tidal reaction from Washingtot,,,
regarding the costly pile-uo
the Canal.
Six Days Married

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ried six days ago, indignantly dn. ; ,,,
nied that she vAss already expos. ::,.
ing a baby.
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The fabulous "sex-kitten" "WIMP I
married her young co-stst ', ,.
Jacques Charrier in a glamoroul
ceremony at Louveciemies,'''nuti I
side Paris, on ThursdaY, was to.
plyina to rumors about tier eut '-
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1111011 to secret COMM1381011.
!ations. These plants whip out at at.
. at. ;?,,-141ave just returned from the post office after reading the omic bombs, the makings for the
netifhousing list. I must say, now I have seen and heard every- big one. special futuristic they theytortig.
tortig. theytortig. monuclear power equipment and
seems there is an adjustment in the point gystem. What some space age stuff the AEC
yofie pOsitlon in the command is, or how long you have been a doesn't like to see discussed in
civilian. (toes not matter. The important thing ig how long you these public prints.
sLAt';' served in the military service. That's what counts. In 1948 the Atomic Energy
It so happens I am a disabled veteran of World War I have Commission told the General E Egiven
given Egiven five years of my lite to serve my country. I have served tlectric Co. that the UE could no
both in Europe and the Far East. Living in Curundu are many 'longer be the representative u
more like me who can say the same of their pasts. nion in the secret Knolls lab at
We were all proud and willing to do this, but after spending Schenectady, N.Y.
Jt short time here working as a civilian for the Army, one sure A year later the CIO, undcr
can get a different viewpoint. Philip Murray, declassed the UE
by betting it out on group& that
Let us never forget that all men are created equal, and be
it has consistently followed the
cause you might have served 20 or 30 years in the Army, Navy
or Air Force does not mOte you a tin god. corkscrew line of the Socialist
fatherland, better known as the
This is a disgusting situation and while I have my pen in
hand,. I am writing to my Congressman. I hope every other civil- ussa of Stalin's era of tbe per personal
sonal personal cult.
tan eniploye who has been harmfully affected by this change will
do the same. It is our right as a tax-paying citizen. In the decade between the ous ousPeon
Peon ousPeon from Skunk Hollok.

o
: It has always been my belief that the government of the
United States is a government for the people by the people and
:nf'the people. I have also believed in freedom of speech, press

,;of'the people. I have also believed In treeaom or smell, pres the AEC. Wbere such a tontrajt
,and religion. These things are guaranteed by the constitution of :even for parts, went to a firm ti tithe
the tithe United States. Inionized by, the UE, that contract
thas been suspended. Either the
.
, It is also my belief that one chooses his or her career as one
UE or the contract went.
sees fit, regardless of race, creed or sex. There are skilled and
non-skilled labor, clergy, military and many professions one has
to choose a career from. During this period the Justice
However, it seems to me that the Housing Office of the 'U.S. Dept. moved before the Subver
:Army Caribbean feels that If you choose a civilian career to a sive Activities Control Board to
pnilitary one you should be penalized for it, A pettr-t eitample of dsband the UE, ,undes the law
this is the new housing list just issued. It seemS that tor Aver which gives th'e US. 'the power
:yegr of military seryice you get an extra point. to dissolve such an outfit if it is
.I have absolutely nothing against anyone who has chosen the Communist dominated. The pro promilitary
military promilitary for a career, but what makes them any better than some- ceedings wen' on with the speed
one else just because they were or are still in the service. of a 10ton trailer truck in a
We must never forget that this is a democracy and should swamp. Finally a few months
choice and of our own go, the Justice Dept. dropped its
always bear in mind that our career is by
free will and that nobody has the right to degrade, penalize or case.
idiscredit us for it. Immediately, UE lawyer Frank
'"---T 'hope the Housing Manager thinks this oyer. - Donner began- telephoning the
puzzled. chief counSel arid the shief labor

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Sir:
Congratulations to The PanaMi American for printing a front
page story on the Canal traffic situation that was more than
just a press office handout.
It has long been known, but unmentionable, that Navy brassl
headingthe Marine Bureau and its important units have been'
ettripletely incapable of managing this most-importantbureme
of the Canal Company.
A succession of bureau directors and minor Navy appointees
have oucceeded in the past 10 years in dragging morale, efficiencY1
and production down to the lowest level. Recommendations of
skilled subordinates, long on experience and foresight, have been
ignored. Dreamy, unsupportable schemes have taken priority over
sound business programs.
Overworked personnel, obsolete equipment, and kowtowing to
preseure groups has been the rule of the day. Supervisors have
been required to go along on operational procedures obviously
farcical.
And as long as civilian management of the Canal is the point
in question, let's not overlook the very top!!
"E" for Error.

it nas long neen KnOW11, El tit ULIIIICILIALniesum, ta.Lnw Amin', w.... checkin.014.zeccomLat tho
ling the Marine Bureau and its important units have been 'I
pletely incapable of managing this mostimportantburetto, nion anrr4r. Dwane!. himselfk
the AEC 14durity petiole learned
he Canal Company. that quite recently the lawyer
aPPcIn'e" had been a witness before the
A succession of bureau directors and minor Navy
i oucceeded in the past 10 years in dragging morale, efficiency
House Un American Activities
production down to the lowest level. Recommendations of
Committee. Counselor Donner was
ed subordinates, long on experience and foresight, have been
accused three years ago by three
red. Dreamy, unsupportable schemes have taken priority over witnesses, testifying under oath,
id business programs. before this committee. of mem-1
Overworked personnel, obsolete equipment, and kowtowing to bership in a "Communist cell i -r
eure groups has been the rule of the day. Supervisors have nil
side a ederal aeencY"
I required to go along on operational procedures obviously
So last MPC, It the Comm ttee i
ical. asked tAle erudite attorney to'
And as long as civilian management of the Canal is the point come to Coor'room No. 6, New
uestion, let's not overlook the very top!! Federal Building. Pittsburgh he
"E" for Error. committee asked- Donner t h I s
o question:
CURIOUS INDIVIDUAL . The fart is that you. .and
a number of others who were em em.
. em. &oyes of..the government of thit
I would like to call the attention of the readers 14,111Clittill US at that: tiniO bfklonged to i
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Box to an article that appeared in last Friday's psper about the 1,...-. .... -..,...- ag o vl-ismf, ,- ""
leen of the Communist Parts, o oone
one oone organization that has attained 100 percent membership in iperating within the national La
the Association of the United States Army. or Rolstions board, is that not
I wonder if anyone has thought how this goal was attained. a fact?.
The story is out that the commanding officer of this organization
has violated almost everything that he should uphold. The man Nowhere in th record of this
of this organization were told that regardless of thel! desires 6r illo.aring does bonner answer this

thoughts on the association they would become membersI wOn wOnder
der wOnder how these men feel to wear the uniform of their country Ind
have Fyworn to protect the things as set forth in the constitution
to be ordered about by someone who is no better than some of
the dictators who have tried to rule the world.
I am sure that if there was to be a check of these men as to
how many joined and did want to it would really be surprising
also there would orobably be many more things of the same na nature
ture nature come to light.
Jost Wondering.

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Labor News
And
Comments

By ViCTOSI MIL
A persistent caller these days
.3 jangling the phones and neives
of pivotal executives of the At Atomic
omic Atomic Energy Commission, Store Storekeeper
keeper Storekeeper of the biggest bombs hu humanity
manity humanity has known. That persist persistent
ent persistent telephoner is tbe spokesman
for what government ind Con Congressional
gressional Congressional records descrit,e as
"one of the strongest Communist-controlled
unions in America,
the UEUnited Electrical, Rsdio
and Machine Workers of Arne:qrs."

! The spokesman, lawyer Frank
i Donner, has been demanding that
the AEC immediately remov a an'
I11-year ban on the UE's admis admission
sion admission to secret commission install.
, ations. These plants whip out at.
the omic bombs, the makings for the
!rY big one. special futuristic ther thermonuclear
monuclear thermonuclear power equipment and
hat some space age stuff the AEC
n a doesn't like to see discussed in
you these public prints.
In 1948 the Atomic Energy
aye Commission told the General E

nion in the secret Knolls lab at
Schenectady, N.Y.
A year later the CIO, undcr
Philip Murray, declassed the UE
by betting it out on grounds that
it has consistently followed the
corkscrew line of the Socialist
fatherland, better known as the
USSR of Stalin's era of ttie per personal
sonal personal cult.
In the decade between tile ous ouster
ter ouster and today's outer space fly.
ing of electronic gadgets, the At Atomic
omic Atomic Energy Commission's re regional
gional regional ooerations managers have
examined every contract let by

During this period the Justice
Dept. moved before the Subver
sive Activities Control Board to
dsband the UE, ,undes the law
which gives the U.S. 'the powt'r
to dissolve such an outfit if it is
Communist dominated. The pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings wen' on with the speed
of a 10-ton trailer truck in a
swamp. Finally a few months a ago,
go, ago, the Justice Dept. dropped its
case.
Immediately, UE lawyer Frank
Donner began- telephoning the
chief counSel aad the sbief labor
officer of the Atomic Energy
Commission, Counselor Donner
said that the Justice Dept.'s ac action
tion action was dispensation. He claimed
the UE was now entitled to move
into the secret energy installations.

with a flat-"no." He says, In Instead,
stead, Instead, among other things,". .it;
(the question) is irrel.vant, re-1
mote. far before the time I ever!
joined the UE and I decline to'
answer it."
Mr. Donner is not the only
Wsshington spokesman for ole
UE some of whose too offi.
chits have been accused by Can Cangressional
gressional Cangressional witnesseq of being im imoertnnt
oertnnt imoertnnt undercover CommuniNiq.
The UE has a legislative roure rouresentative
sentative rouresentative by the risme of Russ
Nixon. He Is now making the
'rounds of Congress.
I Brother Nixon has twice under
oath "refused to answer ques questions
tions questions put to him by the Commit Committ,,e
t,,e Committ,,e regardine his Communist P,r P,rty
ty P,rty membership or activity." That
is a quote from the official Con
gressional proceedings. Nixon's
task on the Hill is to eonvince the
Congress that the UE is desert
int, of entrv into the AEC arena.
But the union itself needs no AEC
iporoval to organize elsewhere.
' In the past few months It has
moved on fouiidries, electronle
'plants, radar tube factories and
, jet motortirms. Under its gener gener1
1 gener1 al organizer, Jim Maties, de described
scribed described lay this Congressional
committee as "a leader in t?ie
Communist Party," the UE is on
the march. The more things
change the more they are the
same.

TIE -PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAME NEWSPAPER

Fat Western Imperialists No Longer
Ride in Rickshas
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It Is nice to know that my taste
in female talent, you should par pardon
don pardon .the expression, is still impec impeccable
cable impeccable in some respects. Mr red.
headed gal friend, Carol Burne't,
seems to be burning up New York
with her performance in "Once
Upon a Mattress," which is not as
sexy as it sounds. The title came
from the children's old favorite,
"The Princess on the Pea."
I discovered for the world, I
say shamelessly,' according to a
carbon from United Feature Syn Syndicate,
dicate, Syndicate, Inc., dated June 24, 1937,
Miss Carol Burnett. She was
playing her first night-club date at
the Blue Angel, a New York night
club which has produced more
fresh talent than all the others
combihed.

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Don't you hate columnist'
who requote themselves? I
do, and I quote. The last para.
graph of the entirely laudatory
piece saki: "Remember Miss
Carol Burnett. If a truck doesn't
scrag her crossing streets, she
will adorn lot of theater
marquee,' and mogazine covers
as tme wears on." She hasn't
hit any covers yet, but she
seemed to come out out even in
Time and Newsweek, and she
sure Is decorating a marquee.
I love Miss Burnett, with the
permission of Mrs. Ruark and
Mss Burnett's husband, Don SA.
royan, because I believe her to be
the funniest singer alive, and,
When she wants Ao hit it straight,
one of the best singers alive. She

FOR ALL SONGWRITERS SONGWRITERSWITH
WITH SONGWRITERSWITH LOVE

"Star Dust" inspires lovers
from the Thames to Tanganyika
.The Bolshoi dancers go wild
over George Gershwin. ,Evety
second of every day somebody
somewhere is being delighted by
the musical witchcraft of Irving
Berlin, Richard Rodgers or
Cole Porter. Nes, in these try trying
ing trying days, when the USA is meet meeting
ing meeting stiff opposition, even &will &willty
ty &willty abroad, one of the most potent
ambassadors of good will we
have is American music. .Our
songs have probably won us more
admirers and preatige around the
globe than sill the striped 'pants
and attache cases in the State
Dept. Net we treat our Ameri American
can American aongwriters shabbily. .Eu .Europeans
ropeans .Europeans respect their music mak makers.
ers. makers. We don't. And what's worse,
American composers, authors,
and their heirs have their songs,
plays and novels taken away
from them after a c'rtain period
under the provisions of a horseand-buggy
half-century-old law.

Mi.,

Today's words and music mak makers
ers makers are still hard at work' produc producing
ing producing Broadway shows, the better
popular songs, cool jazz. Yet
they' are inadequately protected
on the legal front. Their valuable
copyrights are taken away miter
56 years. And there is no appeal.
.Tho law that sanctions this de devastating
vastating devastating give-swav 1,,,s passed
in the pre-radio. pro-TV. pre-re
eordinga Cason niri ditys ol
1909. Yet it is soli sit nowerful
in the color TV stereophonic
sound era. .if you own a oesnut
stand or an oil well, you own it
forever until you ot your heira
sell it. But if you ereate. rich
ROng classics ,s Hp mmsriteln mmsritelnKern's
Kern's mmsritelnKern's "Or Man fi'vor" or
Gershwin's "gun,merlimo v o u
lose these valuable creative gems
cwhreeantorthseaenhrthrledirh heirs lose Pro Prot
t Prot tilts out. The
eerty rights. even though the me melodies
lodies melodies linger on and on and on.
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more musical gems, literary fa

Show Gal Shows 'Em
'By BOB RUARK

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is so funny that the late gallant
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, treasured an uproariEols
piece she recorded, called "J
made a Fool of Myself Over John
Foster Dulles. Ile treasured It
enough to express his coniplete
approval in a two-column piece
on the front page of a very larffe,
if slightly gray, newspaper. Ile
said it was the first time he had
had a chance to laugh in about
two years.
Miss Burnett more or less hitch hitchhiked
hiked hitchhiked her wty to New York on a
borrowed thousands bucks, wikh
came from a slightly loaded
gentleman who watched her at a
private party at UCLA, where she
was majoring in something calted
the Opera Workshop.
Miss Carol did a couple
stenosAfrom, "Annie Get Your
Gun and the slightly lo4cled
gentleman sponsored the trip to
New York an the grounds that,
first, they wouldnt tell his name,
and, second, the money would be
paid back by 1959. They can pro probably
bably probably lend him some in 1960.
I believe that Carol is stacking
them in the aisles with this
"Once Upon a Mattress" thng
but the stage is rea:ly not her
Lest metier. She needs to be
caught close up, when she is
murdering a cliche in cold
blood. have seen her lay waste
everybody from Marlene Diet Dietrich
rich Dietrich to Lena Horns to Elvis
Presley to Noel Coward to Judy
Gariand, without pausing for
breath, and such a manner

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vorites and dramatic classics go
into the land of lost literary pro properties
perties properties known as "Public Do Domain."
main." Domain." Once a work goes into
Public Domain it means that the
creation can be used for profit
by anybody. .Broadcasters, rec record
ord record companies, TV produ
And the composer of author is
left out in the cold. .For in instance:
stance: instance: Sousa's brass band block blockbuster,
buster, blockbuster, "Stars and Stripes Forev Forever"
er" Forever" is "PD." So are "In the Good
Old Sum,mertime" and "There
Be a Hot Time the Old Town,
Tonight." Also, the "National An Anthem"
them" Anthem" for weddings, Roger tie
'Coven's "Oh, Promise Me,"
which he dug out of a trunk to
please a soprano who claimed
she didn't have enough to sing
Malting a work go into PD nei neither
ther neither helps the listeaing public.
'the composer or the dramatist.
Says ace lyricist Mitchell
("Star Dust") Parish: "If a work
is copyright protected, it is
tiatched over, good editions are
made available, and the work is
kept from being vulgarized."
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In years to come, more and
more poputsr Bones will sink hi hito
to hito PD. .This will hurt hundreds
of veteran sogwriters in modest
circumstances who have a few
musical properties at most. When
that unhappy day comes, they
won't receive a penny in sheet
music sates. record royalties or
iserformance fees from rsdio-TV
through ASCAP. Xeres sm sm.,
., sm., of this legal cruelty. Sone Sonewriter
writer Sonewriter Ernie Burnett, Who has
been at Saranac for many years,
has been practically living off his
nne bin song "My Melancholy
by." His meat-and-potatoes pielo
dy wig be taken away from him
in a few years.
PD recognizes no names, so
renutations, no previous contribil contribiltions
tions contribiltions to musical Americana. ,It
cuk down the rich. th, mishtV
and the average guys and dolls
who have labored a lifetime, in
the 32-bar factories. .Even tr trring
ring trring Berlin isn't oxemnt. fit
1 bilant "Alex ander'm Rag imt
Band" will be PD soon. .SO

that thoy might pay ts see
themselves iddciod.
She has assassintated lady
weather forecasters in the same
vein that she' exterminates Teo.
nesse Williams fans who don't
know why the sun must sink and
why everything always ends this
way. She does a thing about a girt
hand-singer who was been singing
with her face so long that she
even smiles when she sings "The
Man Who Got Away.
Miss Burnett should be against
the law. The old Blue, which has
kicked off a list which includes
Yu' Brynner, Eartha Kitt, Harry
Belafonte, Andy Griffith, Eddie
Mayehoff, Milce and Elaine, Flos Flossie
sie Flossie Desmond and Dorothy Louden,
never quite kicked off anything
preciaely Ake the current star of
the opara which deals with the
princess who was so delicate she
couldnt sleep if there aqis a single
green pea under the metress.
Miss Burnett and 1 have boon
chums ever since 1 same out of
Tanganyika and she fell, more
or loss, into my columnar arms
that first scared aight when she
faced a aye audience at the
Blue Angel.
Shes got to make that piece I
wrote two years ago stand up. I
want her to the cover of Time
and Life and Fottune and News Newsweek,
week, Newsweek, and I want her to sing
straight. It'll all come to pass, but
I'm getting older and grayer and
can't wait too long for my predic prediction
tion prediction to come true.

Walter Winchell In New York

cers2.:'
the late W. C. Handy classic,
"St. Louis Blues." And to bring
the story closer to horne, this
year (1959) "Ida, Sweet As Apple
Cider" hits the dust. So does Vic
tor Herbert's beautiful kiddie can cantata,
tata, cantata, "Ty land."
-
Tin Pan Alley need lo etaoi
Yesterday,'s sons often become
reason why the tune-makers of
Tin Pan Alley need longer copy copyright
right copyright protection. For a good
song is a living memory congeal congealed,
ed, congealed, and can be sung and plsyed
for the public's pleasure for de decades
cades decades to come. .11ecently, for
example, many rest 'ellen (a
welcome relief from rot'n'roll)
were old-time cPtties wrapped uo
in new arrangements. They leap leaped
ed leaped to the top of the toreador-andjeans
set. .Frinstance: Connie
Francis' disk click, "Who's Sor Sorry
ry Sorry Now," and Pat Boone's million-seller,
"Love Letter in the
Sand". .In the very near future,
unless the government changes
its tune, many best-selling "sing "singgles"
gles" "singgles" and Ip's will feature old oldtime
time oldtime "standards" that have gone
into PR And the floor creotors
(or their heirs) won't be able to
re9lize a penny from all that vy vynylite
nylite vynylite riches.

Of course, there have been
some improvements In the copy copyricht
richt copyricht situation. :You milt not
know it, for example, but you
ean copyright photographs. blue.
prints. even Sunday sermons. Yet.
even with these improvements, If
youre sontwriter vou can't
collect royalties from th multi multimillion
million multimillion dollar Juke box industry.
That's btcause the robot dime dimetockeys
tockeys dimetockeys were exampted by the
1909 copyright lily. .This ioker
means that 900,000 juke boxes
(many owned bv tone-deal rack racketeers)
eteers) racketeers) take in money mode
from muste but give none to Pio
nop songwriters in terms of per performance
formance performance lem There's hw
coming up in Congress that
would make juke boxes nay for
the right to use copyrighted ma material.
terial. material. etaoin shrdlt

WASHINGTON, There as
:een a lot of speculation 'about
he difficulty ist gettkag : A--top
Jsinessman to Strie as' Secreta Secreta.1
.1 Secreta.1 of Commerce.- Actually, there
re some excellent, dedicated
-nen, well-versed in government,
who could be drafted for the d,esk
being vacated by Adm. 14ewis
Strauss.
Top on the list is Eric Johnston,
long-time president of the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce, now head
of the motion picture industry.
,For years Johnston has been
working faithfully without salary
on foreign aid, strengthening
NATO, defense mobilization and
other unpopular causes. Few men
know the economic machinery of
government better than he.
Another who has served in var various
ious various semiofficial capacities is
'Charley Taft, brother of tile late
Sen. Bob Taft. Another alert bu businessman
sinessman businessman is Chuck Percy, head
of the Bell and Howell Camera
Company, who heads a GOP po policy
licy policy committee.
Some businessmen of course
want to wait until 1960 end the
,next RePublican administration to
'get a four-year appointment. But
'if some of them don't bolster the
Du cabinet there may not be an another
other another GOP administration.
Notethe Secretary of Com Com,
, Com, merce doesn't have to be a big bi;-
1sinessman, or even a busineasman
at all. Herbert Hoover was an en engineer,
gineer, engineer, not considered a business businessman
man businessman when he became Secretary of
Commerce. Henry Wallace was a
former, and Harry Hopkins had
been a social worker.
REVERSAL OF
"MCCARTHYISM"

There's been a lot of speculation
as to why Sen. Margaret Chest
Smith of Maine, only lady in the
Senate, caused the most dramatic
moment of the Strauss confirma confirmation
tion confirmation vote when she joined Seu
Bill Langer of North Dakota as
one of only two Republicans trot.
int against Eisenhower.
As she voted, Sen. Goldwater of
Arizona banged his fist on his desk
and cursed audibly.
"Gl" he exclaimed, "she
won't get one cent of money from
my committee for re-election."
Since Goldwater is chairman of
the GOP committee which doles
out funds for the re-election of
Senators, this means a lot. It high highlights
lights highlights all the more Mrs. Smith's
courage in voting against Strauss.
She knew what she was in for.
The answer to why she voted is
twofold:
1. She had read the Strauss,hear
big record very carefully, mark marked
ed marked the rpages, and went to Sen.
Clinton Anderson (1).,N.Mex.)
with question after question. Few
senators who kudied the hearing
voted for Strauss.
2. Senator Smith is alady who
has demonstrated her -pourago'before,
She .was the firit to speak
out against Sen. Joe McCarthy
with her declaration of conscience,
when McCarthy was probably the
most potent force in the land.
Later McCarthy did his best to
defeat her for re-election, but the
people of Maine rallied vigorously
to her deleme.
The McCarthy issue was very
much in the background of the
Strauss battle. He had out-MacCanby
by putting Dr. Robert Op Oppenheimer
penheimer Oppenheimer on public trial and
purging him from public life.
And perhaps the most signifi significant
cant significant fact about the Strauss de defeat
feat defeat was the drastic manner in
which public opinion has reversed
itself in five short years. It was
just five years ago that Strauss
and McCarthy were riding high
Few criticized Strauss. He was
riding roughshod over people who
opposed him in the Atomic Energy
......
SALISBURY, Sottthern Rhode Rhodesia
sia Rhodesia (UPI) Federal Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Sir Roy Weelensky wants a le lederal
deral lederal police force established in
the federation of Rhodesia and
Nyasalard, where fierce rioting
exploded earlier this year.
He said there was no substi substitute
tute substitute for a reliable police force
' when "heads have to be knocked
together to keep the peace."

WEDNESDAT, 31INZ p)51.

NIIDAILY

Eititto

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,
Commission.T. But In five short
years' the.;pendulutin swtmg into
complete reverse. :-
This was Deo( the inost.
ficant factors in- She Strauss con confirmation
firmation confirmation fight. T
FRESHMAN SENATORS;
WITH COO,RAGE
an the editorialliation over
the Strauss defeat,'one fact has
been generallyeverlooked. His ini initial
tial initial cross-examination began wits
freshman Senators. It -wan the
men most recently ,elected who
really tmlimbered against the pro proposed
posed proposed Seczetarrel Commerce And
'with only one defection, voted dn dnanimously
animously dnanimously against, hirt4 1
- Other older Senators rallied to
the battle. But even Sen. Clinton
Anderson, who knew Strauss best,
hesitated about making an
of Strauss' confirmation.
However, the Senate. Commerce
Committee is heavily weighted
Iwith new SenatorsClair Engle
(Calif.), Vance Hartke (bd.),
'Gale McGee (WY0.), Bob Bile1414
(Alaska), and ,Ralph Yuborough
(Texas), elected earlier but still
in his first term. Taking their duties-
seriously, they began a
itin'ough study of Admiral Sitittati.
'Later such experienced senators
as Chairman Magnuson (Wash.)
Monroney Okla.), S ni,a there
(la.), also on the committee,
joined them.
But it was the newcomers who
first rose up in righteous wrath
against a cabinet member who
had repeatedly thumbed his' nose
at congress regarding the dis disclosure
closure disclosure of important inforita
to the public.
In the end, other first-term sen senators,
ators, senators, like Herman Talmadge.
Georgia, joined them, even thoi.gb
one of the senate's most senior De.
mocrats, Richard Russell of Gcor,
gia, voted the other way. In fad
the only freshman senator who
voted for Stratiss as Tom Dodd
of Conriecticut who was advised
by Gov. Abe Ribicolf of his state
Ito play up to the Jewish vote.

bAilY
MLDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian- rducatfart 'of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of this Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.)
THE VOI.C11
"I am the voice of one cry crying
ing crying in tho wildornos."
Our day is acquainted with eu euMOWS
MOWS euMOWS qitie. OW iff fir known as
the Nose, another as the Lip. St.
John the Baptist whom we com commemorate
memorate commemorate today was content to
call himself -the Voice. He had a
speaking part in the affairs of
men and he spoke out so boldly
that he lost his life.
But St John Is Morcr than is
voice. is also 1Prephet. The
word means a man who speaks
on behalf of someone. In the
case of St. John that person is
God. This explains his humility
and boldness, his profundity and
his dynamic.
Our modern world is bombard bombarded
ed bombarded by a myriad voices. But most
of them remains mere son'tsda
TheY have no meaning or author authority.
ity. authority. Man needs as never be'ore
the voice of God speaking through
his Prophets.
"Almighty God, by whose pro providence
vidence providence thy servant John Bap Baptist
tist Baptist was wonderfully born, and
sent to prepare the way of thy
Son our Saviour by preaching re repentance:
pentance: repentance: Make vs se to foliew
his doctrine and holy life, that
we may truly repent accord'ng.
to his preaching: and after his
exampl. constantly speak the
truth. boldly rebuke vice. and pa patientiv
tientiv patientiv triffer for the truth's sake)
through the same theY Son Jesus
Christ our Lord. Amen."

"BIL EILIMQD00"

presents

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tar open day and night
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Music nightly and fron; 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunda,
Special lunches daily $ 40 Monday thru Saturday
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General Manager.

LOS CHARROS ZAMORA

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KOBBE JAZZ FI
Service Club jar
the Canal Zone
charge. Among
Jets, Clarence M
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Nazarene -R
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At 1 CI Chu
Planned in
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, Rev. Elmer O. 14
the Ancon Church' of
announced today th4
als for the Nazaren
the Canal Zone.
Ancon serviteit WI
2-12 and services' fol
Nazarene Church wi
16-25.
. The evafigelist thi
the Rev. William Fi
City, Mo., !ate& as
speaker in his denoi
ly-traveled, he bas c
ices around.the wor
held a series of Mee
and the Hawaiian I
The Rey. Fisher
thor of four books tit
is Now," "Second-H
"Wake tip and Lift,
Am A Nat,ifenes
, Army uni.,...,ell
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Secret Weal
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WASHINGTON,
bers of the House
Spliee Committee
a "gripping experi
ing animals being
new secret WeaPo
by the Army, it
today.. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
, ChairMan Overt
Ia.) said the "Raul
tion" Monday mac
imagine what. wen
such weapons were
Americans in batt
attacks at home.
Brooks said the
were "newexPerinl
citating, agents".:ta
identify them furt
my said recently
ing on a nerve gas
have similar effect
"To relive the i
public," he said,
subjects used befc
mittee were in no
nently :harmed .1
they sufferedalmc
temporary body p
However, Brooks
"the consequences
ton. . if we let 4
fenses,, would be 34
again.'
He voiced conce
one-thousandth ol
try's defense budge
ed for chemical ar
fare weapons, It's
Brooks said.
The congressmar
veal how much m
was being spent t
1 it "pitifully small.'
Brooks issued 1
, following closed-dc
that the Russians
to germ warfare, i
w ar "if ill-. is,: to; t
, lige." ."",44rr''' 2 :
Che report cam
en. Marshall Stu
y chemical offic
the Soviets alread5
ly stated" that t
would see the use 4
, ons.
Business Sta
Advancing ;
,,
- -Commerce
,,.
WASHING'rON, J
'' ,-- Business is mc
with considerable
most major econor
. are pointing up, ti
Department said tl
It reported subs
In April, May and
come, production,
, and new ordeal.
l' The department
, survey of the bush
r said "theAtrengtht
for durable' ig.Oodli
' in a reductiOn it
' substantial unemp
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: centers." ..
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loN : stallment buying
1 sales to new highs
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charge. Among those who will perform are vocalists Vena Bennett, Ivan Pater, Albert Amantine and Connie Prescott, The
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Jets, Clarence Martin and his orchestra and Walter Wood's or chestra.--(Army Phete)

Nazarene Revivals
At 1 a Churches
Planned in July
Rev. Elmer O. Nelson. pastor of
the Ancon Church' of The Nazarene,
announced today the coming reviv revivals
als revivals for the Nazarene churches in
the Canal Zone.
Ancon seiviteit Will be 'held July
2-12 and serviceslor the Mt. Hope
Nazarene Church will be held July
16-25.
The evangelist this year will be
the Rev. William Fisher of Kansas
City, Mo., noted- as an outstanding
speaker in his denoininatkon; Widely-traveled,
he has concluded serv services
ices services around the world and recently
held a series of Meetings In Alaska
and the Hawaiian Islands.
The Rev. Fisher also is the au author
thor author of four books titled, "The Time
is Now," "Second-Hand Religion,"
"Wake tip and Lift," and "Why
Am A NaZafenet
Army Unveils new
Secret Weapon Thal
Para Iyes lierves
WASHINCIT014, alPti--Nlmbers
of the House Science and
nee Committee went through
a "gripping experience" watch watching
ing watching animals being paralyzed by
new secret weapons developed
by the Army, it Wa3 disclosed
today.. 01,n, r
t ChairMan 6yeiton BlVolir
Ia.) said the "actual deMMIStra deMMIStraton"
ton" deMMIStraton" Monday made it easy to
imagine what. would happen if
such weapons were used against
Americans in battle or in air
attacks at home.
Brooks said the weapons 'used
were "newexperimpittal:ncapa "newexperimpittal:ncapacitating
citating "newexperimpittal:ncapacitating agents?.:put :di4 4)0
identify them further. The 'Ar 'Army
my 'Army said recently it was work working
ing working on a nerve gas which would
have similar effects.
"To relive the minds of the
public," he said, "the animal
subjects used before the com committee
mittee committee were in no way perma permanently
nently permanently ,harmod even though
they suffeiedialmost immediate
temporary body ,paralysis."
However, Brooks warned that
"the consequences for the na nation.
tion. nation. if we let down our de defenses,,
fenses,, defenses,, would be something else
again.'
He voiced concern that only
one-thousandth of this coun country's
try's country's defense budget is earmark earmarked
ed earmarked for chemical and germ War Warfare
fare Warfare weapons, It's not enough,
Brooks said.
Me congressman did not re reveal
veal reveal how much money actually
was being spent but he called
it "pitifully small."
Brooks issued Lis statement
following closed-door testimony
that the Russians WOUld resort
to germ warfare, in any future
war "if it-.is$ to, their advant advant.
. advant. age."
Che repat. came "gom Maj.
en. Marshall Stubbs, chief Ar Ary
y Ary chemical officer, who said
the Soviets already have "open "openly
ly "openly Elated" that the next war
would see the use of such weap weap,
, weap, ons.
Business Stateside
Advancing Roldly
--Cothmerce,Pept.
WASHINGTON, June i4 (UPI)
,-- Business is moving forward
with considerable speed and
most major economic indicators
are pointing up, the Commerce
Department said today.
It reported substantial gains
In April, May and Junel for in
come, production, employment
, and new ordeal.
The department s monthlY.
, survey of the business situation
said "theltrengthening deinsind
for durable igOcIda' has resulted
' in a reductiOn In pockets of
substantial unemployment that
, had persisted in' some' industrial
: centers."
"The stiong spring' adVance"
in the number of peool4 work working
ing working continued into May,itm de.
pariment said.
: Record incomes and mere in.
staiiment buying lifted retail
, sales to new highs.
, Auto sales in the past two
months exceeded the depressed
year-ago 'levels by 40 percent.
The pickup in auto sales has
led to a spurt in factory produc production,
tion, production, the department sail.

- ---- steel strike wbicb Synoingfon said tions bills to passage before the
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"coma only increase tbe alreadY fiscal year expires' &It Tilesday.
ly paralysis." -,
aoks warned that unfavorable difference between the Johnson's views were echoed by
United States and Soviet industrial assistant Democratic leader Mike Calle 44: y just Arosemena ,', .
ices for the na
Mansfield (Mont.)
let down our de- growth rate."
Neither McDonald or Cooper He said the Democratic program Retail k Irlialesala
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would comment on Symington's now iinder attack by both liberal 0 ',
proposal.
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paid off at the polls and would do
a of this coun- CLOSE THREE MILLS
Th. e wildcat walkouts closed steel so again in 1960.
adget is earmark earmarkmills
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As Contract Talks Still Deadlocked

By JAMES L. KILGALLEN
,
NEW YORK (UPIlr-Steel union
and -industry negotiators met in
another fruitless contract bargain bargaining
ing bargaining session yesterday as wildcat
walkouts shut down steel mills in
three cities in advance of the June
30 nationwide strikel.deadline.
David J. McDonald, president of
the United Steelworkers Union, an announced
nounced announced following yesterday's one onehour
hour onehour talks that he was calling the
union's 1,717man International Wage
rplicy Committee to, New York for
a meeting ,Thursday to consider the
deadlock in the negotiations.
"We always have them here
when the contract deadline nears.
We ixant to keep them informed
on the situation," McDonald said.
The union's contract with the in industry
dustry industry expires at midnight next
Tuesday, and McDonald said the
policy Committee would authorize
whatever action the union found it
necessary to take.
McDonald said that at 10 a.m.
Thursday the 33-member Executive
Board of the Policy Committee
will meet and that at 2 p.m. the
same day the full Policy Commit Committeewill
teewill Committeewill go into session.
HOLD SHORT SESSION
Yesterday's negotiating session
between union and industry four fourman
man fourman bargaining teams was unu unusually
sually unusually short, lasting from 2:40 p.m.
OW "The leAnt,J session
tetestimettlit It.m. Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. When the talks broke up, indus industry's
try's industry's chief negotiator, R. Conrad
Cooper, U.S. Steel Corp., vice pres president,
ident, president, said he had no comment.
Asked if tbe ibig steel companies
had begun banking their furnaces,
a pemsary $ep be,fpte a strike,
Co6net 'said lie' 611eved they might
begin doinz so "a few days hence."
McDonald said after the talks
that the union had received no new
proposal from the industry.
In Washington, Sen. Stuart Sy Symington
mington Symington (D-M..) renewed his de demand
mand demand that President Eisenhower
"use his high office" to head off a
steel strike wbicly Symington said
"could 6143; inci4dse the already
unfavorable difference between the
United States and Soviet industrial
growth rate."
Neither McDonald or Cooper
would comment on Symington's
proposal.
CLOSE THREE MILLS
The wildcat walkOuts closed steel
mills in Pittsburgh, Cleveland,
Ohio, and Vandergrift, Pa. The
strikers' complaints ranged from
"unsafe conditions" and incentive
Iny disagreements to alleged sen seniority
iority seniority rights? violations. More than
'13,000 workers were idled.

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Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp., the
nation's fourth-ranldng steel pre;
ducer, was shut down, putting 12,-
000 steelworkers, members of Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's home local, off the job.
The company began banking six
blast furnaces there.
Another strike closed the United
Engineering and Foundry Co. plant

Lyndon Johnson: Senate
Must Heed ike's Views

WASHINGTON, JUne 24 XUPI)-- President In order to avoid vetoes
!nate Democratic Leader Lyndon of its legislation.
Johnson warned the Senate.to- He said the leadership's trim trimly
ly trimly it must adjust some of its leg- bock on appropriations measures
alive views to those of the House and other proposals represented
id President Eisenhower to a- "political responsibility."
lid "paralysis in government." Mansfield told a reporter the
His statement appeared aimed record of Congress under democra democraiiefly
iiefly democraiiefly at such members of his own tic control since 1955 had been
trty as Sens. William Proxmire "good, solid and responsible."
)-Wis.) and Joseph S. Clark (D- He added that "what we're doing
1.) who have criticized Johnson's now is attempting to eontinue that
adership. -7, :-tot ) 7.' policy."

Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B: Johnson warned the Senate.to Senate.today
day Senate.today it must adjust some of its leg legislative
islative legislative views to those of the House
and President Eisenhower to a avoid
void avoid "paralysis in government."
His statement appeared aimed
chiefly at such members of his own
party as Sens. William Proxmire
(D-Wis.) and Joseph S. Clark (D (DPa.)
Pa.) (DPa.) who have criticized Johnson's
leadership. 17, :'-tot )
Clark said Monday That party
leaders were bowing to the Presi President.
dent. President. Johnson said the Democrats
would cooperate with Eisenhowerl
because the people sent them to
Congress to enact legislation, not
to engage itt,-,1130114411lYlgte,:111'.L
to "elect senators or a president"
next year.
"If we have to choose between a
political issue and achievement we
are going to choose achievement,"
he said. "We'll seek the best and
do the possible."
Asserting that the Democratic
leadership doeeinpt helieve tit Ipa Iparalysis
ralysis Iparalysis in government."Age ,said
"we will not be adamant, stubborn
or arbitrary."
He added: "We'll have to adjust
to some of the House views and
some of the President's views."
Johnson's statement came as he
put the Senate on an early and late
work schedule to jam appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bills to passage before the
fiscal year expitOA' neltt
Johnson's views were echoed by
assistant Democratic leader Mike
Mansfield (Mont.)
He said the Democratic program
now tinder attack hy both liberal
Democrats and Repultlicans had
paid off at the polls and would do
so again in 1960.
But the attacks continued, with
Proxmire telling a union conference
here that Johnson had exercised
"arbitrary veto power" over legis legislation.
lation. legislation. Mansfield denied that Democra Democratic
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A third strike closed the 98-inch
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of Republic Steel Corp., the third thirdranking
ranking thirdranking producre at Cleveland. A About
bout About 200 men of a normal work
shift of 700 were affected. In addi addition
tion addition to the hot strip mills at Re Republic,
public, Republic, one of three cold strip mills
was closed down.
REALLY CULTS MEAT
BINFIELD, England (UPI)
Ernest Price has his own formu formula
la formula for making housewives happy
in this day of high. aneat prices
and .,
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-ATLANTA, JUDO 34,--(1.1PI)A
crestfallen Chicago teenager
emerged from hiding today and ad admitted
mitted admitted driving off with 7-year-old
Sally Carroll-, but denied he "kid "kidnaped"
naped" "kidnaped" the girl or meant to. harm
her.
Raymond McMahon, who moved
here from Chicago two months ago
told startled officers he had been
hiding 4n his grandmother's home
here. duping almost three days of
massive manhunt.
McMahon appeared voluntarily
with his father, auto parts dealer
Andrew 'McMahon, and an attorney
shortly after a grand jury had in indicted
dicted indicted him ior kidnaping and the
FBI had joined the manhunt.
' The frightened, nervous boy gave
brief, halting answers to news newsmen's
men's newsmen's questions.
Police said he 'verified most de details
tails details of the episodO described by
Sally' ;Mother, Mrs. Robert Car Carroll
roll Carroll Jr.
Herman's Holster
Is For His Heart,
Moll fast Draw
NEW YORE, June 24--(UPDA
65-yeir-old man today waited to
try Oh a holster for his heart.
Herman Nisonoff was discharged
from a hospital yesterday carrying
a small, blue-and-gray box that
was connected by wires to his
heart.
The two-pound electronic device
was his insurance against a block blockage
age blockage that otherwise would cause his
heart to falter.
The electronic "pacemaker" is
designed to take over when that
blockage occurs.
Connected to Nisonoff's heart by
a long wire that enters a vein in
his neck, it pulses two or three
volts of electricity to the heart ev every
ery every minute.
The pulses are too weak to have
any effect when the,beart func functioniqg
tioniqg functioniqg normally, but they shock
the heart back into action when it
falters.
"The heart pacer delivers barely
enough power to light a flashlight
bulb," explained Dr. Seymour Fur Furman,
man, Furman, resident surgeon of Monte Montefiore
fiore Montefiore Hospital. "I3ut it's enough to
,keep k man alive.", ,, ,..;
Nisonoff rettumed to his homein
The Bronx planning to get a leath leather
er leather shoulder holster for the rtte-SAVing
device.
Mrs. Nisonoff said today that be
has been offered a holster that
might fit.
If it doesn't, site said, he wt11 or or(ler
(ler or(ler one made.
Ott somutb3 San ogee ir.g.t.)
But there'm no rush. She said the
heart pacer is only about the size
of a transistor radio and "not too
much of a problem."
"He ean put it in a sports jack jacket
et jacket pocket and nobody would know
the difference," she added.
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Mrs. Carroll reseued her daugh daughter
ter daughter in -a- -dramatic- awe chase in
which she rammed McMahon's car
with her station wagon. Mrs. Car Carroll
roll Carroll had been attracted by the out outely
ely outely of other children.
After the crash, McMahon drove
another block, parked and fled on
foot.
McMahon told police he returned
to his grandmother's house, chang changed
ed changed clotheg and went to a church,
where he remained until it became
dark Friday night,
After nightfall, he said, he made
his way back to his grandmother's
property and remained in the
heavy woods until late Saturday
night when he returned to the
house, hungry and thirsty.
The youth's attorney told police
McMahon was in such eonfueion
that the boy's family did not con contect
tect contect him until late Monday night.
McMahon would give no explan explanation
ation explanation for driving off with th'e girl
or for not surrendering earlier.
Mrs. Hardy had promised police
full cooperation and had issued
pleae for the boy to turn himself in.
McMahon's attorney said the
youth had been under psychiatric
care before coming to Atlanta. He
did not say whether he would ask
for a psythiatric examination.
Police have cleared McMahon of
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MR& EDWARD MORES BROWDER
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KISS JUDITH ELAINE ARNOLD IVED
LUG EDWARD,BROWDER IN HAWAII NUP'rIALS
In an all-white military wedding Saturday afternoon,
June 20. in the Submarine Base Chapel at Pearl Harbor, Miss
Judith Elaine Arnold became the bride of Lt. (jig) Edward
Hughes Browder, son.of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Browder Jr.
of Diablo Heights. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis L. Arnold of Langdon, N.D.

' The marriage ceremony was
performed by Chaplain Frank T.
Smart, before an-altar which WaS
decked with yellow roses and
white stock. White gadioli were
used to decorate the chapel.
In the absence of lterfather,the
bride was givitnehrttarrilkle:,,Ihr.
Lt. Cdr. Hlyden Csvens, corn cornmanding
manding cornmanding officer of the USS Ster Sterlet,
let, Sterlet, the submarine on which Lt.
Browder has been serving. She
wore a traditiomal gown of white
organdy, vrith ,rosebuds appliqued
on the sweetheart neckline and
around the deep-hemmed, Boor-,
length skire'ller ,tlowertriimrelt
floral sprar bouquet of white gar-,
denias.
Mrs. Dicidnson Miller Smith, xis
ter'of the bride, served as matron
of honor., and the bridesmaid was
Miss Elizabeth Campbell, also of
Honolulu., They wore sweethcart
neckline dresses btwhitesoile,
set at fink waist, Witia,beavYlitil.,
They earried:,:sprays of yellow
sweetheart, roses.

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Lt. Robert Bruce McComb, oil
Pearl Harbor was best man, and
Lt. Edward H. Mortimer was
groomsman. He also is stationed
at Pearl Harbor. LTJG Wesley
Hewitt and LTJG Connelly Steven Stevenson,
son, Stevenson, both of Pearl Harbor, were
the ushers.
,
A reception at the Submarine
Base Officers' Club, in 1A)ck 1A)ckwood
wood 1A)ckwood Ha 11, Pearl Harbor, follow
ed thermarriage ceremony.
,After a trip to Kauai, the couple
sailed today on die SS Lurline for
loaikl,,Angelekz3,711AY 91riva
scrotal, the 'eountry to New Lon London,
don, London, Conn., where Lieutenant,
Bmwder will attends the'Officers
Advanced Nuclear Power Sub
marine School.
Mrs. Browder was graduated
in January from the University of
North pakota, where she was
apps Alpha ,Theta,porority
vtleutenant Browder was born
on the Isthmus, attended the Ca.
nal Zone schools and is graduate
of Balboa School. He was va vaciliated
ciliated vaciliated in 1955 from the United
Slates Naval Academy at Annapo Annapolis.
lis. Annapolis. Pour of July Party
Art-Panama Golf.Club
Plans ior the' annual Indepen Independence
dence Independence Day celebrations at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club were announced
today.
'rhe gala affair, a stag party, is
scheduled for one to four on
P'surth of, July afternoon.
,All memberrs of the American
Society and their guests aro in invited
vited invited to attend. Tickets will in inchide
chide inchide refreshments and entertain entertain,
, entertain, meat.

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Csee Sole Plans
Gale Fourth el July
'Fourth of July festivities at Co Coio
io Coio Solo win be concluded at the
Breakers Club, it was announced
today. A buffet supper. be
served from 5:30 to T:30, and an
orehextra play tor dancing
from 9 p.m. lo
,
During the day's program, a
'United States nag with 49 stars
will be offteiallY raised for the
first, time. Speakers will incLide
Judge Loren B. Hillsinger, Gov.'
W. E. Potter, Ray Bushr depart department
ment department commander of the Americ American
an American Legion:Raph H. Zachrey, de department
partment department commander of the Veter
Ica .of Foreign Wars; Bill Egger
and Lt. W. L. Strong.
Mrs. Farley To Arrive
For Extended Visit
Mrs. Elmer J. Farley 'of Tren Trenton
ton Trenton and Ventnot, N. J, will arrive
lere today for an extended 'visit
with her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Gay M. Newland of
Campo Allegre.
1
Rehearsal Party Honors
Bridal Couple
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Erikson
of Margarita entertained with a
rehearsal dinner party preceeding
the wedding of their daughter,
Miss Linda Lee Erikson, to Mr,
Thomas F. Gibson Jr.
The affair wet held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. L.,11. Scranton of
Margarita, imele and aunt of the
bride-to-be. '-'
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Other invited guests were Capt
and Mrs. J. E. WhitenerMr. and andMrs.
Mrs. andMrs. Thomas Gibson, St., Capt.
and Mrs. Fulton Lesovsk, Mr.
and Mrs, Ketmeth McGraw, Lt.1
and Mrs. John Thomas, Miss
Sarah Whitener, Charles Crawford
Miss Nanc3r, Gibson, A. Hoyte,
Mies Barbara Erikson, Miss Alice
Taber, Herbert Lewis Rev. and
Mrs. Theodore Franklin, Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Waddell, Tana Lesovs-,
ky, Kim McGraw, John Bosemani
and Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford.

Meethlg

JWB Bridge Class
The weekly beginners' bridge
class, under the direction of Dick
Spero, will be held this evening at
8 at the Balboa USO-JWB. All
servicemen and theirdependents,
as well as the general public, are
invited to participate.
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Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver Conversation
sation Conversation Club will meet this evening
at 7:30 at the Quarry Heighti Of Officers
ficers Officers Club. Persons eligible for
membership in an officers' club
are invited to attend to converse
and improve both Spanish and
English.
Paraiso Club
The Paraiso Mutual Aid Club
will meet tomorrow evening at 6
at the last meeting place in Paraiso.

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Klise lien is en va va,
, va, sedan. Her guest columnist to toSay
Say toSay is motion picture producer
Idertyn LeRoy.)
Every dsy we read and hear
about the many dangers facing
couotry. Some proPhets of
doom even talk as though disas disaster'
ter' disaster' were just one step away. In
such an. atomosphere riin the
most' optimistic person needs an
oceaslooal lift.
I know that ray spirits were
given a big boost when I spent
a year working with the FBI on
Warner Bros.', "The FBI Story,"
tarring James Stewart and Ve Vera
ra Vera Miles. I wieh that everyone
could spend several weeks at
FBI headquarters Washington,
D.C., as I did. It gives one a mar marvelous
velous marvelous feeling of pride as well as
sectuity to see what dedicated
men this country has to pre preserve
serve preserve our freedom and safety.
'Ite initials FBI could tend for
"for better inspiration" aa well
as for "Federal Bureau of hives hivesligation."
ligation." hivesligation." was as awed as any
school boy when I first went
through the FBI Building in
Washington and just as inspired.
Too many people are ignorant
of the woricings of the FBI. The
public imagination was aroused
when agents moved in on such
gangaters as John Dillinge r,
"Prettl Bor Mord and "Baby
Face' Nelson. Yet this was only
one of te many functions of an
organization which has been
fighting criminals of all sorts--
forgers, murderers, robbers, kid kidnappers.
nappers. kidnappers. FBI agents rotmded Asp 1,777
enemy aliens within 24 hours aft after
er after Pearl Harbor. Another little
known and amazing activity was
their role in smashing Nazi es espionage
pionage espionage in Central and South A America
merica America during World War 11. Me
bperation required skill and dip diplomacy
lomacy diplomacy as well as daring be because
cause because it had to achieve results
without embarrassing either the
United States or any of our South Southern
ern Southern neighbere.
Since the war the FBI has
fought just as relentlessly in
tracking down men. engaged in
any form of espionage wherever
it might operate n he United
'States. It was the FBI which dis discovered
covered discovered that the seettit of the A Ahomb
homb Ahomb had been stolen, and sent
to, Russia. rim evidence concivct concivcted
ed concivcted Alger Hiss and Julius and Etti Ettiel
el Ettiel Rosenberg.
A dominant reason for the
greatness of the organivation is
J. 'Edgar Hbover, whose name
has practieally become synony synonymous
mous synonymous with, the 113I ever,,aince be
took over,'ssibrdirector.et'ele
Bureau of Investigation on May
10, 1924, at the age of 29.
Mr. Hoover is one of the' truly
great men of our century. His
fund of knowledge amazes one.
Though he works long houra for
the preservation of law and jus justice,
tice, justice, he somehow still finds time
to store up a tremendous fluid .of
information on practically every
subject. He's just as well inform informed
ed informed on Roman history as on the
current sports results.

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THE. VOICE OF

BROADWAY

by Dorothy Killgallen

When Mr. Hoover tobk ever the
FBI it was one of the most inef inefficient
ficient inefficient agencies of the govern government.
ment. government. He let up rigid standards
for his men. They had to be law lawyers
yers lawyers ce accountants. Now some
are scientiets. MI roust meet. ri rigid
gid rigid physical qualifications and be
able to take care of themeelves
in a gun battle or a hand-toband
fight.
Today young Men are proud to
be members of the FBI. These
men wouldn't choose any other
career. They are dedicated to
their work, even though, as with
men in the armed forces, it
means continually moving family
and hem) to different parts of
the country.
In the evenings I met the
wives of many agents. I was im impressed
pressed impressed with their devotion to
their husbands' eareees.' o m e etimes
times etimes they are unhappy about
tile frequent transfers. OCCISiOnsti
ly the constant &lifting from
place to place causes a bit of
friction. Yet there is an amaz amazing
ing amazing esprit de corps. They are
proud that their husbands are
FBI men and am willing to make
the sacrifice involved,
During the weeks I wu at FBI
headquarters I never ceased to
marvel at the clocklike pretision
with which all work was done
When I had appointments with
Mr. Hoover, he vmuld 'be readY
to talk to me ott the exact sec second.
ond. second. If the meeting was at 11:30,
that's vihen we'd start, not at
11:29 or 11:31.
The men of the FBI sontinued
to amaze me by the wide range
of heir accomplishments. In
their undercover wymit they must
impersonate a variety of charac characters.
ters. characters. The bureau operates on the the thesis
sis thesis that an agent thoroughly con conversant
versant conversant with his aubject will
give a more convincing imper impersonation.
sonation. impersonation. For this reason a voca vocation
tion vocation reeords unit meticulously ca catalogues
talogues catalogues all the talents and inter interests
ests interests of agents. The index of this
unit speedily reveals agents with
experience in such diverse fields
as bookkeeping, weldin g, the
stock market, coin collecting or
the Scotch game of curling.
Agents poising as stockbrokers,
tioin collectors or radio announc announcers
ers announcers have been Instrumental in
solving cases because they had
actual working experience in
these activities.
I've devoted many words to
the FBI. Yet I've not even Butch.
ed the turface of such manifold
activities and great rviee to
our country. We have only to look
at tve recordta,i;-,,now, that the
actionsrotothe-Intlf4,spelak louder
than any words.

RESUMES INNOCUOUSLY
LONDON (UPI)-- Daily Mirror
columnist William Connor, convict convicted
ed convicted last week of libeling American
piano player Liberace, opened his
first "Cassandra" column follow following
ing following the court action this way: "Let
us now proceed. And the subject
is the innOCUOUS one of cricket."

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JACK KENNETH POPLIN, son
of Mrs. W. N. Pence of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, has been initiat initiated
ed initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor
society at North Cacolina
State College at Raleigh,
where he is a senior in civil
engineering. The society is the
highest scholastic achieve achievement
ment achievement possible at the technical
college. Poplin formerly was
employed by the Interameri Interamerican
can Interamerican Geodetic Survey at Fort
Clayton. He and his wife, the
former Ann Bell, have two

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writton for NEA Sorvico

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Opening lead 5

Almost every bridge player
feels that he can play no-trump
contracts extremely well. Some
are right but none is good enough
to make tricks appear from no nowhere.
where. nowhere. South had this no trump dis disease
ease disease in tis most advanced staq,e.
The fact that he held three spades
top thee jack 9tat Ite Stable partner
tIrOaleirlitcrilt6it Jumped
meant nothing to him. He went
right on to three no-trump.
North was tempted to go to four
spades but decided that maybe
this time South knew what he was
doing.
Four spades would have been a
cinch. North probablymould have
made five-old. Three no-trump al also
so also could make double dummy.
You readers can figure out the
play if you wish.
In this case South won the first
club and shot the suit right back.
West took his king and decided to
cash one high club to see what
would happen. East signaled with
the ten of hearts. South took his
last club and led a heart. East's
ace and king proceeded to set the
hand.

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Soutb West North East
1 Alb Pass 2 NM. Pass
You, South, hold:
AAQ11115 Alt.143 4149
What do you do?
AYou base IS points and
your partner at least IS. A slam
appears boost certain but there
is no bum. Simply bid three
diamonds mid await develop developments.
ments. developments. TODAY'S QUESTION
Parbwr rebids to three no-I
trump. What do you do now?
Answer tolnorrow 1

NY Woman Trying
To Break54-hour
Underwater Record
PENSACOLA, Flag June 24
(UPI) A young woman today
broke the Florida underwater
endurance record of 21 hours
and 13 minutes arid stayed un under
der under in an attempt to snap the
national mark in a Fiesta of
Five Flags -event.
Joe Kingry, chairman of the
Fiesta's spear fishing rodeo, an announced
nounced announced that Mrs. Fred Balda Baldasare,
sare, Baldasare, 24, a Columbus, Cla, na native
tive native mow living in New York,
passed the unofficial mark at
11:26 am tOday.
The woman was wearing
Scuba (self-contained under underwater
water underwater breathing appara t u sl
equipment and her tanks were
being changed every hour.
She signalled she would try
for the national record, set a
month ago by another young
woman in 'California, at 54
hours, 48 minutes and three
seconds.

CALLS FOR CULTURE
WA,11:SAW (UPI) he Polish
Communist party' cultural com commission
mission commission has called for more tele television
vision television stations, village libraries
and movie theaters, the party
newspaper Trybuna Inda reported
today.

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Teacifer $11ortage
Worsen,
Educillofialisis Say

WABNINOTON, June 24 (11PI)
The National Education Assn.
(NEA) reported today that the
current shortage of qualified
teachers', in American colleges
and universities was -Ikely to
get worse unless the schools'
financial resources were "vast "vastly
ly "vastly expanded."
It said in a gloomy report
that the situation already was
serious especially in regard
to teachers of such vital sub subjects
jects subjects as science, mathematics
and engineering.
It added that the shortage
could grow steadily more acute
in the next 10 years.
The report was based on a
nationwide survey conducted by
the NEA's research division.
It covered. 938 institutions,
public and private, large aL,.1
small, in all sections of the
country.
Of these, 782 reported short shortages
ages shortages of qualified teachers in
one or more fields.

The most prevalent shortages
were in the physical sciences
(463 institutions), mathematics
(424), business and commerce
(144) and engineering (138).
Even more disturbing, accord.:
ing to Dr. Ray C. Maul, author
of the report, was the evidence
turned up by the survey that
colleges are lowering their fa faculty
culty faculty standars in order to fill
teaching positions that would
otherwise remain vacant.

Quote Unquote

SPRINGFIELD, Mod. War Warden
den Warden Russell O. Satt le of the U.S.
Medical Center for the crimi criminally
nally criminally insane, on rioting inmates
who held five guards hostage:
"We ase in no position to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate until we hear something
from them. They said they'll
call ut when they Are ready to
talk."
BATON ROUGE, La.Lt. GOv.
Lether Frazar, declining to take
over as acting governor while
Gov. Earl K. Long is being held
in a mental institution:
"I don't know what I'm going
to do."

TALLAHASSEE, Fla, The
Davici H. Brooke, a Negri
minister,. applauding the life
sentences given f our white
youths for raping a Negro coed:
"But I cannot help thinking
of the four Negroes now in the
death house at our state prison

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In Washington:I
Independence Day
WASHINGTQN, June 26 (UPD
President Eisenhower will lay
the cornerstone of the new east
front extension of the Capitol
in ceremonies on July 4, the
White House announced today.
The announcement put an
end to recurring rumors that
the President might spend In Indenendence
denendence Indenendence Day in either Alas Alaska
ka Alaska or Havqii, the nation's new newest
est newest states.
The Willie House also an announced
nounced announced that the President
would not hold a news confer conference
ence conference this week because of a
heavy schedule.
He will leave NI' Canada ear earl
l earl Fr!day to join Queen Eliza Elizaot,th
ot,th Elizaot,th in formall.- opening the
St. Lawrence Seaway.

for raping white women."

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WASHINGTON Gov. Lercrir
Collins of Florida reporting that
President Eisenhower advised
him and eight other governors
to stay in a good humor during
their trip to Russia:
"I told him that if they don't
say anything bad about Rob!rt
E. Lee I won't say anything" bad
about Lenin."

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,' financial resources were "vast'''-
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j.. 'Pelt Tleu..rth--of-i ak'''' '':"-- : ,' '; satletu: Nee guest columnist to- FBI it was one of the most inef- ii;. :..,, it t
' '' Fourth of July lestivititaat Co- ; day ',Is on c :':'-' ,, - ly expanded." tates
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' Sol will be -toneluded It ,the' ',Mervyn' LeRoy.) --, ,i.f., .....::' It said in a gloomy report est s
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nounced announced that the President
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, for hie nien.:They had to be law- i,,,. ::, ,,, serious especially in regard would not :hold a news confer confer,,
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':- ''' ''.. ts3d1Y- A baffle auPPer r bout the marl dalliers 'geeing are atientiets. All must meet ri- ,:::,
, .,, Breakers olub, it -was announced ,i,,,, E' v'- ''ary day
enee this week because of a
te 7-30 and an a jects as science, mathematics .
Dell; wstfltirleaulv.ee.for Caennajdnag etarbe etarbe'
' etarbe' Ad;r ,, :.:.;,,:::.:.,,,-,:,:.:. .- served from 54- '-. t cowry.' some proPhets of gid physical qualifications and be A:-:!;:,:,,,, :
Taste for dancin
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day's prograrii4 could grow steadily more acute
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AA e be members of the FBI. These of Mrs. W. el..Pence of Bal-
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WEROMIRd first: time. Speakers The report was based on a
--, :',Ogiii4Nie.C, ,1 iii?;:',ii::,,-:::'-e',..-::,:::Mi:i- ;will inceide I know 'that' ray spirits were men wouldn't choose any other boa Heights, has been initiat- nationwide survey conducted by for raping white women."
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;.- legeggi 1Per7 t-'P -.- 04""i:ft""g Judge .B..Hilleinger, '; Gov. given a hig .hooat v,pben I spent career. They are deo:heated to ed into Phl KapPa Phi honor the MA's research division. --
.:NiaaManil w ,E.' potter, Ray Bush,- dePart- a year worki!ig, with the FBI on their work, even though, as al society at North Cacolina It covered 93a institutions, WASHINGTON Gov. LeroY
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I e Stewart an Ye- means con ng a Y where he is a senior in civi small, in all fiectiona of the President Eisenhower adviaed
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--1' W.-Li' StronC FBI headquarters in Washington, In the evenings I Inset the merit possible at the technical ages of qualified teachers in their trip to Ruesia:
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4.-----, D.C. as I did It gives one a mar- wives of many agent". 1 wag im- college. Poplin formerly wag one or more fields. "I told him that if they don't
' :;n:M40';';iiilliW':MS'4..k4:.-:' tO21iiliNiigtiiiMi Mrs. Parley To A-rrive volo;is feeling of pride as well as pressed with their devotion to employed by the Interameri- say anything bad about Rohert
"WiMgNiAtqwx :nio4M04::.0. '-4;xxi:.:imA.,,,:iiiAmq1 For gstondaa,viaB., security to see 'what dedicated their husbands' careees..S o m a can Geodetic Survey at Fort The most prevalent shortages E. Lee I won't say an3rthincbad
about
Irir10"":"4:ii i''""VM"""""M"'":.:'"' ?"'n4i4Mg"010I0 M Elmer J. Farley 'of Tren- men this country has to pre- times they are unhaPPY Clayton. He and his wife, the
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;i:mxkOmOmn'mem,,,::::, 'vamm4eRiw, )s4:4t:rmm:o&, roan. Allegro. ', ligation." I Wail el &Wed as any ing esprit de corps. They are ala, a ing te Dr. Ray C, Maul, author
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i -,- turned up by the survey that I
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::0:ii:iiiI:ii,i:i:iii.49Vi'iiO40'.. iiiialgii:NMii:21MMA:Mgaila:4'',,,,-..:M:MiMia M d Mrs-'1ohn E. Erikson 'Too many people are ignorant During die weeks I was at FBI .,. qi0I0B Cs E AL- :,,rto3
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Awmeg.,ai mN::iowmti:.:m4x:immne:,iemowe;i::::&sm,m, lle)nias F. Gibson Jr, i
- 'Pretty Boy" Floyd and "Baby Mr. Hoover, he would 'he ready
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, ' forgers, murderers, robbers, kid- The men of the FBI sontinuel ., B le top SPRINGFIELD, Mod. War- 11,,,l',:;:,-'nte14,:
Other invited guista, were Cant. uppers. to senate me by the wide range 4711432 -- den Russell O. Battle of the U.& ,,,i,.,
and Mrs. J. E. Whitener, Mr:and- FBI agents rounded Asp 1,777 of heir accomplishments. In .0c,o,.. IP 4 GIP Itirai4 in. 1 rijsvi As,. fals 411, a nvirwil k ,II.
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Mr er Pearl Harbor. Another little impersonate a variety of eharae- 10 5 7 4 2 1 nally insane, on rioting inmates It Vis,
and Mrs. Fulton sovsk
9 5 4 3 A It 10 7 I who held five guards hostage:
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and Mrs, th McGraw, known and amazing activity was ters.
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from them. They said they'll 11.
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BATON ROUGE, La.---Li. GOV.
Lether Frazar, declining to take NO PARTS to WEAR
over as acting governor while
OUT
Gov. Earl K. Long is being held
in a mental institution:
"I don't know what I'm going tiARIUDOLISAID:Plitted
to do." ,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, The i 7rotiltanat
lel,. Davirl H. Brooks, a Negri
minister, applauding the life FURNITURE STORel
sentences given f o u r white
youths for raping a Negro coed:
"But I cannot help thinking 4th of July & "H" St.
of the four Negroes now in the TEL. 2-07211
death house at our state prison
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'THE CHAMPS For appearing as a finalist in the Fort KObbe table tennis tournament Pfc. James E. Clayton
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far left Is Pro. Thomas R. Reed who was the winner. In the center are Pfc. Richard Marra and Mrs. Dorris Caldwell.
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given by members of Panama's Israeli colony in the Bella Vista Salon of the
Panama Hilton. Mrs. Meir's brief and unofficial visit to the Isthmus was. a part of a tour of Latin America.

New l.elected
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the Isthmus for a new assignment at Albuquerque, N.M., he and Mrs. Edwards were feted at an informal party at
the 15ND Enlisted Men's Club. Fellow.workers, top row from. lett, are C. J. Cott, Jr., Jim Mason. John Hobble, Tom
Kelly, Joe Gagne, Tom Stone and Edwards. Botton row, from left, are Cliff Swigert, Blit Makofsky, Frank Dotter, Bob
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luncheon meeting last w eek. Seated from left are Mrs. Edward
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J. Bohdan, vice president; and Mrs. Thad McMillan. treasurer.

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Pretty' lasses attending tomorrow evening's charity festival for the
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benefit of Hogar del Nino Panameno will ipclude Gloria Paz.Rodnguez,
Enriqueta Gonzalez Revilla, Betsey Novey, kmita Vallarino, Mercedes Thayer, Antmae Matta, Lydia Moreno, Diana
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Col. Ralph A. Jone Jr., left,
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Diwris B. ,ttildwell, -Fort koii
be Service Club director, and
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be SPecial Service Officer,
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Kobbe Sevice Club for hon
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' NE WYORK, June 24 (UPI) Casey's finally
making his move just as he said he 'would and it
must delight the old boy that he even called the turn
on the two men who would help him do the moving.
Me hvo, of course, are Mickey Early Wynn of the White Sox
Mantle and Whitey Ford. lbecame the first AL. pitcher to
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"We'll be all right," Casey 'Senators on eight hits, one of
Stengel told the worried Yankee which was Bob Allison's 19th
brass when the club hit rock-bot- homer. Earl Torgeson doubled
tom a month ago. "We'll be all home one run in the third, singled
right as soon as Mantle starts hit home another in the fifth and
ting again and I can get Ford to Sherm Lollar hit a two-run homer
go nine." off loser Bill Fischer in the eighth.
Young Milt Pappas of the Orio OrioSo
So OrioSo it certainly comes as no sur- les picked up his 7th victory by
holding the Indians to five hits.
prime to Stengel that his Yankees
are back in the first division again Pappas blanked the Tribe until
from the Woodie Held hit his 12th homer in
only. two games away
the eighth. Baltimore scored two
top, now that Mantle and Ford are
beginning to click again. runs off loser Gary Bell in the
third, then routed him with a
Mantle cracked out his third
three-run burnst in the sixth.
homer in two days last night and
Ford turned in a nifty five-hitter Ted Williams, Jackie Jensen and
,Frank Malzone each Mt homers
to pa,ce the Yanks to a 10-2 victory
over the Athletics. for the Iled Sox against the
Tigers. Jensen drove in lotly ,runa
Mantle Mt his 111th homer with with three hits that included his
one on in the first inning and it 14th homer with two on in the
looked like a merry-go-round moth.
when Hank Bauer belted another Williams returned to the lineup
homer with one in the second in- after nine days an the bench be befling
fling befling and Gil McDougald homcred cause of weak Mtting and had a
with one on in the third. homer end a singlo in three official
, trips. Ike Delock hurled a five-hitThat
was mere than enough ter for his sixth victory while
for Ford, who posted his seventh Paul Foytack suffered his seventh
victory and retired 19 men in a loss.
row after the A's scored their Del Crandall was the big gun in
en!y two runs in the third in- Milwaukee's win over St. Louis,
ning. Hector Lopez also aided driving in four runs to help Carl Carlthe
the Carlthe Yankees' cause with four ton Willey to his third victory.
hits in five trips to the plate- Crandall doubled home' two runs
The White Sox climbed to with- in a three-run first inning and
In a game of first place with a broke a 3-3 tie with a two run
4-1 victory over tale Senators; the homer in the fifth. Wes Covington
Orioles moved to within a game- also homered for the Braves while
and-a-half of the tcrp by beating Ken Boyer cormected for the
the league-leading Indians, 51
-.-: Cards. Hal Jeffcoat was the loser.
and the Red Sox knocked the Big Dick Stuart lashed out
Tigers out of :the first division three simile and a home run in
with a 10-4 win. helping Vern Law of the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates beet the Glints- The' vic vicIn
In vicIn the National League, the
ry was Law's eighth against
Braves stretched their lead two four defeats and he achieved it
vines by clipping the Cardinais, with a six-hit effort Pittsburgh
9-5, while the Pirates licked
I e belted loser Sam Jones and two
second-place Giants, 5-1. Th, l'ev f r 15 hits, including
Dodgers edged the Phillies, 4 3, thrill.' ers. o
and the Cubs topped the Reds, 3-1. es apiece by Bob Skinner and
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gum 1.1. ... .. Imo am Tha Podgere mustered only five
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POPULAR NIGHT! season, was the 33st of his career
$1.10 per CAR! and moved him to an llth piece
'John Wayne, Lana Turner ini tie with Hank Greenberg on the
I :!THE SEA CHASE" all-time home run list. Danny Mc
11 "sift, In TECHNICOLOR! 111 Devitt hurled 11' seven-hitter to
make his record 6-6. Conely row is
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I Glen Hobbie of the Cubs scored
his seventh victory in beating the
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PANAMA CANAL ZONE TEENERSHere are the boys), 13 to 15 years old, 'who wM represent the Lsthnius at Hershey, Aug. 16
to 21, at the V.F.W. National Teen-er Baseball Tournament. Selected from a field of 40 stellar playerstheboys are hard at work
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after a three week rest to weld themselves into smoothworking aggregation in preparation for the rugged competition in the
United States. Kneeling (1 to r): manager Bob Sm Bob Brandon, Roberth Smith, Johnnie Marcum, Butch Zent, Yomgeage,
Butch Reichert, and coach TSgt. Chuck Beesler. St ncling, (1 to r): 1.7.F.W. representative (filbert Marcum, whe wilt accompany
the team, Freddie Huddleston, Roy Bettis, John Fort ne, John Bateman, Fred Huddleston, league president Worden French, Chuck
Bath, Doug Priester, Louis French and Bill Dobson, VF.W. member. Not shown is Dick Ness, who left the Isthmus on June 2
for Texas. He will join the team, however, at 'Union, N.J. One more boy will travel with the team in the tapacitr of 'equipment
manager, as a reward for selling the most booster tickets. Winner will be amounted on July 12. In the meantime; the teener
team will be doing its part to set up and help operate the forthcoming carnival to be held at Albrook Field from June 30 through
July 5 to assist in raising the funds required for the trip. 1

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National League
AB
67 277
60 207
68 272
60 219
67 265
60 215
55 189
67 276
64 265
53 176
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Cepeda, S.
Moon, L. A.
Temple, Cin.
Gilliam, L.A.
Burgess, Pit.
Pinson, Cin.
Cimoli, St. L.
Stuart, Pit.
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Kuenn, Det. 59 235 37 85 .362
Ka line, Det. 61 239 37 84 .351
Runnels, Bo. 62 242 41 81 .335
Wood'ng, Bit. 60 190 24 62 .326
Fox, Chic. 65 266 36 86 .323
Mantle, N.Y. 59 225 51 70 .311
Lopez, N.Y. 62 237 38 72 .304
Williams, KC. 51 191 27 58 .304
Power, Clev. 63 251 51 74 .295
Aparicio, Ch. 64 251 46 74 .295
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Banks, Cubs
Aamn, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Pinson. Reds
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Skowron, Yankees
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Mlison, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
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Antene Ili, Giants 10 4 .715
Burdette, Braves 11 5 .683
Newcombe, Reds 8 4 .667
Law, Pirates 4 .667
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Wilhelm, Orioles
Lary, Tigers
Mossi, Tigers
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Grant, Indians
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(Panama) (Colon)
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Ranking Cuban bantamweight a lour-round semifinal at 112
Manuel Armenteros will spar pounds.
on the Pacific side for the first Sugar Ray Rdbinson,, Panama,
time tomorrow night during a-Pa- swaps punches with Enrique
Yuma vs. Colon amateur boxing Brown, Colon, in a three-rounder
program at the National Gym, it at 129 pounds.
was announced today. Juan Nieto, Panama, meets Al AlArmenteros,
Armenteros, AlArmenteros, who arrived here fredo McKay, Colon, in a three threefrom
from threefrom Mexico yesterday, will make rounder at 135 pounds.
his Isthmian debut against Pana- And the curtain raiser, set for
ma bantamweight contender Toto three, brings together Pedro
Marra at the Olympic Stadium Cac,eres, Panama, and Pablo
Sunday night in a 120-pound ten- Vanegas, Colon, at 105 pounds.
rounder. Prices are 25 cents, general ad adThe
The adThe visitor is accompanied on mission; ringside, 50 cents; and
his trip by his wife Catalina and ladies and children, 10 cents.
manager Juan Pelaez. Atlantic
siders will see him work out this sLannon s Homers
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afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Colon 11
Arena. From tomorrow night,
through Saturday, he will train dai
ly at the National Gym. Win For Rochester
The Cuban is rated sixth in
Ring Magazine and seventh by I
the National Boxing Association of 1
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America among the world's 118-
pounders. Teams W L Pct. GB
Tomorrow night's amatetw pro- Buffalo 39 31 .557
gram has been drawn up by the Richmond 38 31 .551 3,4
Chorrillo Boxing Club, the group 37 32 .536 Pi
Rochester
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which staged a successful Pana- Miami
ma vs. Paraiso card a couple of 35 35 .500 4
weeks ago. Cglumbus
Havana
33 37 .471 6
Five bouts, three three-munders Mmireal 32 37 .464 eli
and two slated for four heats, are Toronto 27 40 .403 10142
on tap. i
NEW YORK, June 24 (UPI)
In the headliner. set for tour,1
Two hefty swings by Walt Shan ShanSalvador
Salvador ShanSalvador Melendez. Panama,
non doubled his 1958 home run
tackles Fernando Wilson, Colon,
outout and gave the Rochester
at a weight limit of 128 poundq. Red Wings a 3-1 victory over the
Visitacion Caceres, Panama,
meets Esteban Quiros, Colon, in F..o.!v;innin bji sr Leatis,eirim otthi nen oin.IL ni ni ptchTt:

f8lingo-Floyd Bout
T7,1
:7141Tomorrow Night

On CAN. Radio
The world hoavyweight cham championship
pionship championship fight betwoon ?We
holder Floyd Pattorson and
challonger Ingomar Johansson
will Iso broadcast over CFN ra radio
dio radio boginning at 9:30 p.m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The 1S-round boor Will
bo airod direct from Yank,'
Stadium, New York.

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M6toit,' ,Attt2

AL R EDO MCKAY
(Colon) net 74.
th,e second flight, including
a four-round semifinal at 112 handicaPi frdik12 to 24. Mike Ma Mapounds.
pounds. Mapounds. duro scored a low net of 68 to lead
Sugar Ray Rdbinson, Panama, his competitors, with Romagoza
swaps punches with Enrique following close behind with a 74.
Brown, Colon, in a three-rounder All members of the Panama
at 129 pounds. Club are invited to participate in
Juan Nieto, Panama, meets Al- this new tournament. First flight
fredo McKay, Colon, in a three- play will be completed bv July 5th,
rounder at 135 pounds. and succeeding flights by 6 p.m.
And the curtain raiser, set for the following Sundays.
three, brings together Pedro
Caceres, Panama, and Pablo ik ir
Vanegas, Colon, at 105 pounds.
Prices are 25 cents, general ad- v rW Carnival
mission; ringside, 50 cents; and
ladies and children, 10 cents.
Shannon's Homers For Teeners
Win For Rochester Almost Ready

NEW YORK, June 24 (UPI)
non doubled his 1958 home run
outout and gave the Rochester
Red Wings a 3-1 victory over the
Columbus Jets in the only Inter International
national International League action last night.
Shannon, who now has hit 10
homers this season, sent the Wings
out in front with a solo blast in the
second inning. Columbus tied the
score in its half of the frame, but
the lanky infieider iced'the game
for Rochester in the fourth with
a two-run swat
Jim land, relieving Cal Brown Browning
ing Browning in the second inning! was cre credited
dited credited with his first win of the
year. Lynn Lovenguth, lifted in
the fourth frame, was charged
with his seventh setback.
Rochester's triumph left the
Wings a game behind second
place Richmond and a game. and
one-half back of the first Place
Buffalo.

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OrT,ONOWNVIMMOIERMIMPIPPIROMM11.1
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By TED WILBER
The tournament committee of the
Panama Goff Club announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that a new.and exciting club
tournament. will start next Sunday
at the Panama course when local
golfers tee off in the 1959 Caf Du Duran
ran Duran Championship.
Sponsored by the local coffee
manufacturing company, the tour tournament
nament tournament should prove popular.
Starting out with two flights for
men and one for the ladies, prizes
will be awarded to the winners and
runners-up in each of the three
flights.
All play in the qualifying round
which started last week, will be
with full handicap medal play. All
plax in the tourney wM be match
play at 3-4th handiap difference
between' 615Ponnts.
pairings for the play in the tour tournament
nament tournament will be held Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. June 28th, at which time all
qualifying play must be completed.
Early qualifiers have scored
some low net scores to shoot at.
Colonel Hurr turned in a fine net
08, falloyMdnby AO Differ latith
a net 70, in the championship
flight, which includes players hand handicapped
icapped handicapped between 0 and 11. "Bulla
Bulla" Paz Rodriguez, genial Esso
manager, turned in a net 71, Bob
Sanders a net 72 and Nene Arias a
net 74.
Albrook Field, in the vicinity of
Hanger 8, is still bustling with ac activity,
tivity, activity, as the V. F. W. Teener
League and its volunteers rush to
complete the carnival arrange arrangements
ments arrangements in time for the opening
night, Juntr 30.
Busy, als, are various business
establishments who are putting in
attractive displays in anticipation
of the huge crowds that are expect expected
ed expected to visit the carnival throughout
the six,days ending July 5.
'Desnite the number of volunteers
already working, League President
Fred ITuddleston is calling on the
public for help in running the va-1
Hems booths.
Anyone wishing to give his or
her services for any amount of
time, on any or every nicht, is in invited
vited invited to meet at the Diablo Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse at 7:30 Thurgdav nicht. From
that point, all will go to the sight
of the carnival and be assigned to
the activity of his choice, if possi possible.
ble. possible. One large booth will be devoted
to a White Elephant and Rummage
Sale.
Men! Would you like to get rid
of that loud snort shirt your wife
cave you, that you never had the,
nCrve to wear? Ladies! Has that,
stuffed animal your husband shot
been an eyesore in the middle of
yout living room? Begone with,
them, or anything else that has ruf-'
fled 'the nerves, taken up needed
room. or is no longer useful to
you
V.F.W. Post 3822, Gaillard High Highway
way Highway and PAD-Curundu Rd. la the
collection point. Drop th'em off
there at,any time.
THREN-WAY WINNER
MILWAIIKtE,INEA) Jesse
Owens, Ohio State record-holder,
is the only competitor in Cen Central
tral Central Collegiate Conference his
tory to- wilt threa first placel.

National League
Teams W L Pct. 4111
Milwaukee 39 211 .582
San Francisco X 31 .551 2
Los Angeles X 23 .535 3
Pittsburgh 37 33 .529 3
Chicago 34 33 .507 S
St. Louis 30 36 .455 S12
Cincinnati 30 37 .4411
Philadelphia 25 48 .385 13
Today's Games
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
St. Louis at Milwaukeo
Pittsburgh at San Francisco.
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N)I
Yesterday's Results
(Night Goma)
Pittsburgh 012 000 002-5 15 1
San Francisco 000 100 000-1 6 0
Law (8-4) and Burgess:
S. Jones, Muffett (3), G. Jones
(9) and Landrith. LP,S. Jones 8-
7). 11RStuart (14).
(Night Goma)
Philadelphia 3
Los Angeles .4 4
(Night Game
Sl. Louis 102 000 002-5 10 0
Milwaukee 300 051 02x-9 14 0
Kellner, Jeffcoat (0,2), Cheney,
Blaylock and H. Smith.
Willey (3,1) and Crandall.
(Night Gams)
Chicago 100 020 000-3 10 1
Cincinnati 4 100 000 000-1 8 0
Nuxhall (5-6), Schmidt, Pella,
Lawrence and Bailey.

Patterson 4
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By JACK cupoy
NEW YORK (UPI) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson
became a 4-1 favorite last oight to.
beat Ingemar Johan'sson in tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's title fight when the odds rose
a half-point.
"Heavy support for the champion
and lack of money for Johansson
caused the rise," a Broadway
sPortsmall eXPlatned,
Meanwhile, promoter Bill Bosom
told a press luncheon that the ad advance
vance advance sale had hit 6450,000 and that
he expected the gate at Yankee
Stadium to exceed 5600.000.
"It should go higher." Rosensohn
said, "because the long-r ange
weather forecast says fair and
warm."
A United Press International poll
of 64 snort writers at the luncheon
showed 52 picking Patterson to beat
the Swedish challenger, and 12 fa favoring
voring favoring Ingemar. Fifteen Swedish
writers in the P011 were almost
split. Eight picked Inge mar;
seven, Patterson.
CONTINUE MEETING
An executive meeting of the New
York State Athletic Commission,
studying the fight contracts for
theater-TV, radio and movies, con continued
tinued continued ,Its session to Wednesday.
Irving t. Eahn, president of Tele Teleprompter
prompter Teleprompter Cott,. and attorney Edwin
Schweig were closeted lengthily
wfth the commissioners.
The commission wants exact in information
formation information on what purse the
"Floyd Patterson Enterprises" will
get from theater-TV, radio and
movies, so 'that the state will be
able to tax it. Patterson's advisors
SERVICE CENTER
BALBOA 6:15 8:10
AIR-CONDITIONED
Anthony PERKINS
Si liana MANGANO
'THIS ANGRY AGE
Added Cartoon!
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Thurs. "Botijour Tristesse"
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GAMBOA Robert Taylor Cyd Cbarisse
7:00 "PARTY GIRL"
Friday "Five Guns West"

SANTA CRUZ
7:00
"RETURN TO
WARBOW"

PARAISO 7:00
,
Treasurs
Monteeriston
MATINEES,
BALBOA 2:00 p.11.
"GOOD MORNING
MISS DOVE"
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American League
'roams W' L 'Pot. .6
Cloveland 35 28 354
Chicago 15 11 131
Baltimoro 35 31 '.530 114:
Now York 84 31 ,..423 2
Detroit 34 32 ill MC'
Boston 28 35 ,453 WA,
Konsas City 28 M.' .444 .7
Washington 29 37' .439 11
'Today's Games
New York at Kangas City (N)
Washington at Chicago
Boston at,Detroit :
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Yesterday's Reaults
(Night Game)
Baltintore 002 002 000-4 10
Cleveland 000 000 010-1 1 .11
Pappas (7-3) and Iiriandes.
Bell (04), Brodowski, Garda asd,
Brown.
(Night Game)
Boston 401 000 0211-10 1;,4
Detroit 10S 000 000-4 1 3,
De lock (5,,4) and Daley,. t.
Foytach (5-1), Morgan
and Berberet.
(Night Game),:,
Washington 000 001 000-1 II AT
Chicago 001 010 02x-4 8
Fischer (6-3) and Naragon.
Wynn (10-5) and Lollar.
(Night Game)
New York 222 001 021-10 15 G.,
Kansas City, 002 000 000 5 ,11,
Ford (7-4) and Howard.
Coleman (2-6), Gorman, Kucks,
Dicksoil, Meyer and Chiti.
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and Kahn are reluctant to disilosip; t
the eontracts. c1 t
,,
' Patterson, who finished his spatiaP
ring Monday and tapered off witilt
four miles on the road this mornbt,'
ing, motored into New York fro
his camp oat Chatham, N.J., and,
appeared briefly at the commisl:
mon. He returned to eamP Arta'
yesterday.
THEATER-TV KEEPS PACE '"
'Ai,
butini'the prest Yuiliheovi, kale' I
said reports from 170 "locations' ,L
in 135 cities showed that the stle,
of seats for theater-TV showings,ofi f
the fight was keeping pace with the,
sale two days before the sect) d'
Ray Robinson-Carmen Basilic, fi i1
lin March, 1958. The theater- 4
take on that bout netted about S --
(i;
400,000. Ile said a total, of 550,04, ,,
seats have been made available l,.
this time, about 50,000 itort thee, i
previously.
Jack Solomons and Harry' 1AT
vene, London's rival boxing pre: 1,
moters, attended the luncheon and,
split on their fight forecasts. Sol-,, t
omons picked Johansson on ,, A i
knockout "in five, or six roundselti,
Levene said, Floyd on a kayo with,
in 15." -,.,',.;
Although 4-1 is the eonservative
Broadway betting price man to
man, some bookmakers were quota
ing as high as 5-1. One bookie se&
"we're laving 4-1 and taking e-Lv
That would make the friendl,y,
man-to-man odds 5-1.,
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FANS ARE SAFE
INDIANAPOLIS (NEA)As the
result of precautions, not shw
gle spectator has been, killed 4it
the Indianapolis Speedway in '20
years.
THEATERS TODAY
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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Catherine McLeod
"RETURN TO WARBOW"
Thurs. "Beat The Devil"
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"MY SON JOHN"
Thum "The 7 Little Nye"
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VIDNESPIY,1211NI 24y 1952

tP,' :

4,4
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Test,For Patterson?
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kAtitY4FAICK,4,
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lottK ingemar
Joniinboon's uaining at kitopsin kitopsin6cr
6cr kitopsin6cr lb titellett Itie 141110 'ot riu--
cwt.
aut the owesa's record oi
having .itauckeu um 13 on onpatiema,,is
patiema,,is onpatiema,,is cousmeraole in the
way at evluence mat he
procn it tittle wiot'tne halm
at ailed w lIntlinner tonna'
aoor iound agains E mediocre
&tailing mates at amorgasbordM4ae-t-iitsitiii.
-
.61. tor' this reason that 'Jo 'Johalisinin
halisinin 'Johalisinin mum. oe given tne
cnance inat pms htm th ale Yan Yankees
kees Yankees otaqium ring tor a scnen.14-xottuu
min iteavyweignt
chaulpionalup matcli with floytt
katterson tombrrow nignt.
nom what we Dave seen of In Indepentient
depentient Indepentient -tigethar, ne must
knock out Vatterson quickly or
be siowiy Ana mettiodicany chop chopp,41
p,41 chopp,41 up and 'stopped, say in a about
bout about lune roundb;
Tk'rartkly'"ifohanston, who has
appeareu to;' indre of a pic picnicker
nicker picnicker than a prize lighter, has
lowieu so bad tnat practicaily
liaktng men actually wonder
wnether he will turn out to be a
real test for Patterson.
MIS CONDITIONING PRO PROeRAM
eRAM PROeRAM for wnat should be.' tne
most important battle of his life
has 'largely:, consisted- of lying
back and forth between-his litxi litxirictus
rictus litxirictus quarters and Broadway for
television appearances 'and what whatnot.
not. whatnot. !He has been assisted in his rig rigorous
orous rigorous preparation by his fiancee
and an entourage of relatives
and friesds who accomPanied
him from the Old Country on his
grand tour de luxe 'and free load
tar which hi' is 'guaranteed $100,-
.000. with the priVilege of 20 per
cent.
When he crowded in time for
caual workonts, Johansson's paw pawing
ing pawing left looked as ineffectual as
a Geneva conference. The right
with which be is supposed to slay
dragons was as invisible as Pat Patterson
terson Patterson between fights. He hasn't
the slightest idea of what I:diet I:dieting
ing I:dieting is. Hisliande and-feet -mere
slow and he was awl easy target.
The best the sparring mates

YOU CAN LOSE TOO

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by.
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A' M
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The letter read: "Your refer reference
ence reference to BWy Casper's. corporate
setup- intrigue me. 1 never car cared,
ed, cared, about owning. .a., prize ,,figbter,-',a
race horse, and' least-of all, 1
a..tennis star, but a pro golfer 1
ekt go for. How much would, say,
WO Rosburg, or Arnie Palmer
01 me hack?"
Sorry. We wouldn't know. Any Anyy
y Anyy maybe they've already been
bid in. Casper, was singled out in
OA' atorementioped essay because
he' is the 'kr.' an'd T-:'rif the z,olf
&Nick matte( Or, wai' Until the'
Wile was' retired.
,-e are told a score or more
rids have sold 'stock in thein theinselves;
selves; theinselves; thii 'being' a'' comparative comparativelir
lir comparativelir new caper in the investment
itelL. Most 'or thorn are young
tiros who likt- Casper' gambled in
percentage 'of future earnings in
return 'for vresent sechrity. The
percentages and durations in invoiVed
voiVed invoiVed VAT.
"In Ctisper's case it was 30 per percent
cent percent for two' years. (For a young
ph 'starting -from scratch and
with. little of 'same' the early
yers are the desperate ones.)
Tae pact expired last summer
with all concerned doing very
we.1 indeed. ,The new Open chain.
pi& estimates the two inves inves.
. inves. ters cleared $30,000; he himself
taaout twice as much."
"The way-Casper has been go going
ing going were the pact still in force
it would be logical to anticipate
a three-for-one split and since
thi-. champion's blubber content
hovers between 210 and 20d
he'd be better prepared tban
Most trLwithstand.fiscalsurge,ry
of tMs nature nature-

' 'Oasper couldn't lose on h 1 s
dial. After -.All 30 percent- of
nothing is still nothing. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile the. gents who gambled on
bit potential, picked up all the
tabs averaging the two-1 egged
blue-chip figured, $1000. a month.,
' -The Casper deal was basically
00,pical. Some of the others dii diiler
ler diiler in detail,- A Florida group
Which incorporated 24-year-o 1 d
Dave Regan. has yet to panic the
big board, though two weeks ago
be. won $2800 in the 13altimore
OPen to boost his '59 earning to
$8500. His $2000 in '58 left his
backers in- the red' for the- year.
0,Davis Love's' deal with an Ar ArMusses
Musses ArMusses oil man is for five years'at
$200 a week. Out of the golfer's
eI,,rnings the soonsor collects ,60
petunia first year and 40 per per44..
44.. per44.. tne second dropping tinnily,
ter, 10 percent,. For the 'time beingl
til,11 oiler had better keep
drills active. At The end of 12
Months play Love ,ba woo ex.,
aotly $76.66.
Moon White, n, Californit-backed,
came up to the Open last
:tek the hottist 'kind of a buyij
two consecutive wiris, $3500
in MeMphis, $2800 in Kentucky.
when he failed to make even.!
the. cut-off at Winged Foot,'
ilsorobed, skeptical surviors of the,

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was 'strong.
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JOHANSSON LOOKS GOOD
physicatly to the nakea eye, out
wen, so, does Errol elynn.
'those wito have seen n,m is
Eumpean rings say he is just a
snaoe Detter titan Brian Lonoon,
Pattersou's last carefully-selecten
oPPonent, ann. you rememoer
wuat he was iske in Indiana Indianawhat
what Indianawhat he -was. like in IndianaPolin
last !May 1.
While Jonnasson lumbers about
the battlepit in a typically Euro European
pean European uprignt stance. Patterson
poets al:trod footwork, developed,
no doubt, 'dodging the likes ot
Sonny Liston, toe new heavy heavyweignt
weignt heavyweignt the public would like to
see hiM
While JOilkilS1012 is strictly a
one-ptuich-at-a-time tAgonter, Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. hat at many combinations
as a sate' maninacturei.
Jonansson's cnsnce ot knocking
Patterson tiown is 'enchanced by
Fioydl square stance;
which is what enabled Pete Ita ItaL.E.macher,
L.E.macher, ItaL.E.macher, use amateur, ano Ruy
Harris, a slapper, to dip the seat
ot his. tights. in resin.
PATTERSON HABITUALLY
HOLDS his gloves as, though they
were earmulis or on the sloes ot
his lace like a man with a dou double
ble double toothache. From this arrange arrangements
ments arrangements he plays peek-a.,boo, occa occasionally,
sionally, occasionally, emerging' tram his shell
to play:- pattycake.
His copyrighted style prohibits
leverage on punches' which ac accounts
counts accounts for the fact that podr Hur Hurricane
ricane Hurricane Tommy Jackson went 22
rounds, Harris 12 and London 11.
Patterson's ability to absorb
punishment remains to be dem43,nstrated.-
Tus-D'Amato has con consistently
sistently consistently winnowed out potential
opponents who might offer a
threat.
If Ingemar Johanssin is in con condition
dition condition to survive the ordeal of
climbing the little steps leading
to the ring, he has some sort of
a chanceif he has knockout
right, or RAY right at all.
Herein licit the Only cbance for
any:faitentent,-end thete should
be Considerable excitement at a
$100 top.

Ponzi era muttered darkly of
having been had.
'Ph is no. law against a pro
making, likn Airieffeati4 Can or
Gli If 'Oil, hi filet, no regulations
whatever that we know of. What
might happen if a pro, sold 101
percent of himself, as Max Bear,
the old ring champion once did,
wt haven't the slightest. Baer
was absolved on the manifest
grounds he was daffy, and there therefore
fore therefore unaccountable.
Wa 11,-Street- irregularities re resulted
sulted resulted In the impmition of fed federal
eral federal controls, and in this connec connection
tion connection the thought occurs it would
not be too difficult to corner the
golf market. If a guy can b u y
into one pro, why can't he buy
into siN or 16? Increasingly com complex
plex complex is the world of sports.

SOME DID LIKE IT
As has been noted this is a
trend of recent origin. The Ho Hogans,
gans, Hogans, Sneads, armons, Man Mangrums,
grums, Mangrums, et. al., rolled their own.
They won or went humgry. Some
went into partnership sharing
earnings to reduce the oda& One
year Gene Sarazen and Johnny
Farrell played it that way... and
ironically each would have
prospered big on his own.
Most of the established pros
condemn. sponsorship as a deter deterrent
rent deterrent to initiative. Doug Ford a
strong .factor throughout the re recent
cent recent Open is vehement on t h e
subject. "Golfs like any other
business.. You've got to sweat to
win. I've seen to many of these
sponsored guys go soft. They
know they'll eat good even if
they-shoot I00;"
:WOW all for rugged Amenci Amenci!gam
!gam Amenci!gam too. Still one look at our
hew 'Open champion tells you he
must have eaten awfully good
And lag year he won over $00-
000 the year before close to $39.-
000. Perhaps it's the unerring
puttef that makes him different
"The lazy man's friend" be fond fondly
ly fondly villa it. 4 14..
4 Sweat? Whit Ifeeds it.

GLAIIDDiscovERy
REsToREs viGouR
If you feel old before ynur time or
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Ft. Kobbe Wins PAF Diving,

Fort Kobbe won the Panama
Armed Forces Swimming and
Diving Championships, held Sa Saturday
turday Saturday night at the Fort Gulick
Olympic Pool, with an overall
point score of 51.
One-man teams representingl
Fort Amador and Navy were in
second and third places respec respectively,
tively, respectively, as Private First Class Ri Richard
chard Richard L. Spero of Amador a amassed
massed amassed 10 points and Lieutenant
(jg) William H. Mutter of Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station garne ed
eight. Army Atlantic finished in
fourth with six pointa.
Colonel Cecil Himes, Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic com,mander, presented in individual
dividual individual and eam trophies to
first and second place winners.
First event' was the 50-meter
freestyle, won by Private Carl
Christoff Fort Kobbeptini 303
seconds, closely followed by Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Mutter. Private Frede Frederick
rick Frederick Berrschner of Kobbe placed
third.
Private Spero swam the 50-
meter butterfly event in 36.5, a
good margin ahead of Sergeant
Albert C. Rillamas of Fort Kobbe
and Second Lieutesant Fred W.
Hall, Army Atlantic.
The infantrymep from the West
Bank began their big pusch
forward in the. 50-meter back
stroke, in which Private First
Class James g. Clayton took

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lantic finished third. Army Atlantic.

Herrschner was second and Pri Private
vate Private Glenn Londer of Army At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic finished third.
In the 100-meter breast stroke
Private Spero again was in
complete command, churning in
at 1 minute 33 seconds with two
Kobbemen behind him Specia Specialist
list Specialist Four John Whitehead and,
Private Laszlo Martin.
The 100-meter freestyle was a
lucky break for Navy. This e event
vent event is Lieutenant Mutter's fa-,
vorite and he glided in at 1115
with plenty of roam to spare,
trailed by Corporal Pedro F. Bon Bontill
till Bontill and Privats Christoff, both
of Kobbe,
Kobbe was, die only team re represented,
presented, represented, in the one-m eter
springboard diving, won, by Spe Spetiada,111bur
tiada,111bur Spetiada,111bur Niciontai411114V8ti
220 points. Sergeant First Class
Glenn F. Gehringer received 148
points.
This duo again took to the
board for the three-meter event
and again Sergeant Chandler was
the winner with 245.60 against
Specialist Gehringer's 173.10.
The individual 150-meter medleY
event began with a butterfly
for 50 meters. Then came the
breast stroke for 50 meters fol followed
lowed followed by freestyle for 50 meters.
For Kobbe took' the honors with
Specialist Whitehead coming in

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Lopez Awarded
Panama Sports
Medal ol Merit

Panama's Sports Medal of Merit
will be awarded starring New York
Yankee infielder Panamanian Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez in,a gereinowituZikee
gtiittikim JultROW:a
today.
Panamanian sportsman Carlos
Eleta and Tomas Alberto Cupas,
local sportswriter and sportscaster,
will present the medal to the ball ballplayer.
player. ballplayer. Eleta will hold a reception for
Lopez and'brilliant RP jockey Man Manuel
uel Manuel Yeaza later, the same day, at
a New York hotel.
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Final event of the night was a
200-meter medley relay which
presented four contestants f o r
act of the two teams, Kobbe and
Arfy Atlantic. Swimming for
Kobbe were Private Clayto n,
backstroke; Specialist Whitehead,
breast stroke; Private Martin
butterfly and Private Christoti,
freestyle.
On the Army Atlantic team
were Private Londer, back stroke;
Specialist Four Gerard T. Ma Mageanam,
geanam, Mageanam, breast stroke; Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Hall, butterfly and Private
First Class Jesse Gutierrez, free freestyle.
style. freestyle. Winning time was 2.38.8.

sportswriters last year, will receive
a medal at the reception. Ycaza is
starring at Belmont rark in New
Yorisnat pment.
Lopez, who was hitting .304 as of
today, had four-for-five against the
Kansas City Athletics last night as
the Yankees won by a 10-2 score.
His hits Included three singles
and a double. He played errorless
ball and took part in a doubleplay.
,

PAG1 NINO

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Doubt Aussies Get

To ChallengeRound'

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By BOB SlIZER I and I could hardly breathe.
LOS ANGELES, (NEA) If "Evan if the Australians sof

you're looking for. a good 60 with
a pigeon, wager that the United
States will not beat Australia in
the Davis Cup Matches at Forest
Hills, Aug. 28-30.
The Americans will not beat
the Aussies becaus- they won't
play them, according to Ashley
Cooper and Mal Anderson, the
Land Down Under's last Davis
Cup aces who see a king-six," up upset
set upset in the making.
Australia must get by Mexico
in ths North American Zone
play in order to enter the Chal Challenge
lenge Challenge Round and those matfoles
will be played in Mexico City,
July 18 20. Cooper and Ander Anderson
son Anderson feel that the Mexican team
will be a 3-1 favorite, primarily
because of the altitude.
"The only chanty. Australia
has is to get there three weeks
in advasce and pray that the
boys can get used to the condi conditions,"
tions," conditions," says Anderson. "Ten days
isn't enough. It will take three
weeks or more. rem,mber
playing in a tournament there

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players like Mario Llamas, Gus Gustavo
tavo Gustavo Palafox and Pancho Con Contreras
treras Contreras (the former University of
Southern California star) will
give them plenty of trouble.
"They love clay courts and the
Aussies hate them, much prefer preferring
ring preferring grass."
Has Australia's domination of
amateur tennis ended? The U United
nited United States and Australia have
played every Chall,nge Round
since 1938.

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Not making it this year could
be a fatal blow to the Austra Australians.
lians. Australians. It is reported that they are to
terrible shape financially, due to
sagging recepts caused by the
huge crowds Jack Kramer's' pro protepional
tepional protepional tours have pulled away
from them.
If the haughty Australian ama amateurs
teurs amateurs get real hard up, perhaps
Kramer will lend them a shilling
or two. .at about 60 per cent
interest, of course.

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Minister in Ecuador Avenue No.
28. Livingroom, dinineroom,
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rear Mercado Vasco.
FOR RENT:Recently built cha chalet,
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en "En Cangreio" with swimming
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FOR RENT:. Completely fur furnished
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Ingroom, livIngroom, dinimproom. kitchen.
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FOR RENT: 316.80 square
meters. suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage. S Street. be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto kr krvide.
vide. krvide. $235.00. Phene 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT:Spage suitable tor
shop or storage, $2500 par
month. Apply limiter at T1-132,
Atit of July A or phone
Hopkins, Sebes MO.
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FOR RENT: Luxurious apart apartment,
ment, apartment, eonveniences, in the
host residential zone, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, large porch, livingroom
magnificent, independent, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, laundross room maid's
room. Information, Tel. 3-1107
from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from
12 noon to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT:Nite 3 apartment,
2 room kitchanotte with bath at
34 Q Street. For information Met Metrepels
repels Metrepels Bar.
FOR RENTJIn building just
built. Modern apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, individual wash tubs and
clothes lines. 5100.00, 395.00,
and S500.00 with special discount
tor ad rent House No. 11-
152 Avenida 7a., Central f fool,
ool, fool, "Almacen Chambonnet.
For Mile'rmation: ath street No.
5-30, Qui lane. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartmont, large porch, dining
living, maid's room, hot water.
Also Furnished or unfurnished
one bedroom apartment in El
Cangreic Call 3-7453
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
380.00 per month. Apply janitor
at T1-132, 4th of July Avenue
or phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT:--Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment and other con conveniences,
veniences, conveniences, very large. in elegant
rosidential zone. Call 7 to 12
noon and from 1:30 to 4:00,
Tel. 3-0406, Panama.
FOR RENT: ---111ree bedroom
apartment, loot water. beautiful
and modern house. El Caner,-
la. Tel. 3-6589.
LOST:Mynah bird, black with
yellow walltes, orange color bill,
and yellow legs, white spot on
each wing, he says howdy neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, hello and hello boy, also
wolf whistles, anyone seeing this
bit please call Balboa 3026.
witlr;important
papers lost in the vicinity of Ca Calle
lle Calle Manuel caws No. 7, Campo
Alegre. Billfold had a triangule
with an "S" in center. Whoever
returns it will be rowaided. Call
Panama 3-0683.
Jencks lav4 Upheld
By Supreme Court
By 5-4 Dedsion
wAsHINoT014-; (urn --- The
Supreme Court And Congress
were in agreement today on
how to protect secret govern government
ment government files and at the same time
give criminal defendants the
information they need for a
fair trial.
In a 5 to 4 decision which
will serve as a guide for all fed federal
eral federal judges,' the high tribunal
Monday upheld the constitu constitutionality
tionality constitutionality of the ao-called Jencks
law. This law, passed in 1957,
lists what government data
Must be disclosed to defendants
and under what circumstances.
Justice Felix Frank f n r ter
wrote the long opinion. Three
other ruling upholding convic convictions
tions convictions of defendants who claim claimed
ed claimed their attorneys were impro improperly
perly improperly denied the right to exam examine
ine examine government files also clari clarified
fied clarified the eourt's reasoning in
the original Jencks decision two
years ago.
In a hig batch of rulings
handed down as it rushed to toward
ward toward possible adjourna ment
next Monday, the court:
Denied a hearing to convict convicted
ed convicted mass jailer Charles Stark Starkweather,
weather, Starkweather, thus lifting his stay
of execution in the Nebraska
electric chair
Ordered a federal district
court in Little Rock, Mk., to
re-examine a challenge to four
"anti-NAACP laws" approved bY
th eArkansas Legislature last
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it Automobiles
FOR SALE:--410 Studebaker. 6
eta ri its black, radio. over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. very clean. Call Ft. ClaY ClaYton
ton ClaYton 3246.
FOR SALE;-1957 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, Fordomatic radio,
power steering, trunks unit air airconditionin.
conditionin. airconditionin. Cali Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:--1950 Hudson. 4-
door. good transportation. $200.
Call Balboa 6-412 or Balboa 6-
326, evenings only.
FOR SALE:--54 Mercury Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, two door, hardtop. Merc Mercomatic,
omatic, Mercomatic, w s.w, extras, 37,000
miles, Balboa 6426.
FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 4-
door sedan. good condition.
$250.00, Cristobal, 3-1343.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford V-8
Custom 300, 2-door Sedan. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition, 16,000 miles.
Price $1900 will consider all of offers.
fers. offers. Must sell before June 30.
Contact Mc Maine. House 248-D
Coco Solo. Phone 36-356. For
demonstration on Pacific or At AtMantic
Mantic AtMantic side.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
conveetible Impala coupe, model
1767, color Harbor Blue too,
equipped with Turboqiide. Push
button radio, and w.w. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida, on or about luly 11,
1959. $2,776.00. Call Mrs.
Brown Panami 2-1759 from 2:00
to 5:30 p.m. or lack Kerr, Colon
BOO.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Suntiner
rtible. Thunderbird engine,
power steering. Fordomatic, ra radio.
dio. radio. duty paid. $1550. Navy
3519.
FOR SALE:--1959 Ford, 4 doer
sedan. mech. shift, 500 miles.
2-1346.
FOR 1,411:--1952 4 door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 Pis
tires, both body and engine in
fine condition. Tel. 6-511 or,
house No. 0267, Apt. C. Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobiio
88, power steerincp, hydramatio
and radio, $575. Baiboa 637$ or
6444. i:30 3:30.
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FOR SALE: 14' Farm:glassed
runabout, 1958, 35 hors. out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer, accessories, S650.
0431 Ancon, phone, Balboa 4326
or 6412.
FOR 3A1.1:--Runabout, 13 foot,
13 11.1, Evinrude, trailer, con controls,
trols, controls, complete. WO. Clayton
2211.
FOR SALE:-25 hit. Evinrude
8175.00, phone Balboa 1816,
anytime, house 08594, Balboa.
Marion Vecchiato
Ricks Win qreak
In Chicano Ton laht
CHICAGO (UPI) Iight Iightweight
weight Iightweight champion Marion Vecchia
to makes his American debut on
television tonight, risking an 18
fight winning streak against Bob Bobby
by Bobby Scanlon, the world's seventh
rPted 135-pounder.
The fight was rated even, though
Scanlon has lost three times in his
last four starts compared to lee leechiato's
chiato's leechiato's record of two years with without
out without a loss and only three defeats in
52 pro bouts.
Scanlon. at 23, is five years
younger than his foreign foe, and
he has had fewer fights, winning
32 of 36 outings while Vecchiato. a
bachelor, has won 43 of 52. lee leechiato
chiato leechiato has lost only three times,
one by decision, once by knockout
and one by disqualification.
Scanlon has been beaten three
times also, twice by decision and
once by knockout. The knockout
and one of the defeats were bv
another Italian, Pauli Rosi. who al also
so also has met Vecchiato twice and
who predicts that his countryman
will beat Scanlon even though it
will be his first American appear appearance.
ance. appearance. year.
Invalidated government ap apnroval
nroval apnroval of a natural gas contract
between four Gulf of Mexico
nroducers and the TenneSSee
CON Transmission Co
Denied a hearing to four wit witnesses
nesses witnesses convicted of contempt
for refusilg to answer questions
of Florida state investigators a about
bout about the membership of the
NAACP.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court Tor The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the (mint of Rob Robert
ert Robert E. Lee Anderson, Demeaned. No.
9536, Probate
Notice el time set for proving will and
Blearing application for letters.
Notice is hereby given that a petition
for the probate of the will of Robert
E toe Anderson. deceased: and for the
issuance of letters of administration
with the will annened to Sam R. Moo Moody
dy Moody Watt filed in this Court on June It
1959, and that July 16, 1659 at 9 o'clock
a m.. in tht Courtroom of this Court nt
AnCOn. Canal Zone. has been set for
the hearing of mid petttion, when nod
where any person interested may appear
and centeet th mune. and show came.
If any, why Raid petition should not be
granted.
Dated at Al AVM Canal ZOO', thla June
ti, 1959.
Sara de la Pelts
Clerk of Court
(Real)

E. Harrkon
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court

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FOR SALE:General Electric
Monitor Top Porcelain Refriger Refrigerator
ator Refrigerator New Unit Bridge TAW.
One Easy Spin Dryer Washing
Machine. Phono 6-103 House
139 Gamboa.
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pontoons 48. East 25 Street,
Calidonia, Gonsiles-Espino S.A.
FOR. SALLRemington portable
typewriter. Excellent condition,
$3500. 2235 Carr Street, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE:Two exhaust fans,
60 cycle. 440 volts. 5 Oct,. MaY
be seen at Ft. Clayton, Officers
Club Building Tn311. New. have
never been used. Sealed bids will
be opened at 1 p.m. Friday 10th
July.
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Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do more Work. because we
do 4 the best
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
, U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P M.
Pretest your home end proper property
ty property against insect dame, e.
Prompt scientific treatment me
emergency et monthly budget
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Loafers 33 1
Hits and Mrs. 31 1
Tigers 30 1
Jumpers 23 :
Kool Katt 21 1
Katz N Jammers 20 :
Rolling Five 17 :
Unlucky Five 17 1
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The Loafers lifted themselves In Into
to Into the top notch of the 5700 Mate Materiel
riel Materiel Mixed League of Albrook, by
shoving the Hits and Mrs. out of
first place.
Only one pin separated the two
teams in the handicap column so
the match resolved itself into
scratch bowling, with the Loafers
taking all four points, without be being
ing being pressed. The closest the Hits
and Mrs. came to winning was in
the middle game when the Loafers
won by 30 pins.
For the new leaders of the loop,
Larry Lines lived up to the expec expectations
tations expectations of an anchor man. by being
tops with 543 hdep set. Gene Car Cardin
din Cardin was next in line with her 510
hdep series. For the Hits and Mrs.
Bob Hansen finished up with a 505
hden.
Tigers 3, Katz N Jammers 1
After dropping the opener, by 19
pins, the Tigers unloosed a savage
attack and overcame the 57 handi handicap
cap handicap they were handing out to the
Katz N Jammers, and wrapped up
the remaining three points into the
IA'in column.
The successful evening kept the
Bengals in the three team race for
the pennant, being only three
points off the pace. For the Tigers,
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FOR SALL-1957 Kenmore De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe dryer. $175.00, or boot of offer.
fer. offer. Albrook 16-3102. Resilient
condition.
FOR SALE:--Gold bend ntinten
plates, drepleaf mahogany table.
maple table. bad. chest of draw drawers.
ers. drawers. bird cage. Venetian blinds.
lamps, dishes. Si ler huse
5711-C, Shenh St.. Diable.
FOR SALE: Loaying country,
mahogany dining table, seat eight
Phone 1-3485, Panama.
FOR SALE---Livingroom couch,
chair, refrigerator, 3 stepdiwn
tables Raftane large diningroom
table, 10 chairs, buffet, 2 end
tables, several other items. all
low priced. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALLMatch stick bamboo
drapes, studio couch, glider, beds,
bombe furniture, mahogany
chain, miscellaneous 1119X-A,
Croton St. Behim.
FOR SALE:Clothes dryer, 59
Norge, electric, like new. MO.
Albrook 7133.
FOR SALE:Four pingo living
room, sot in upholstery $250.00
2-4338, 460 APIC611
FOR SALE:Maytag washing washingmachino,
machino, washingmachino, 525.00, Qtrg. 960C
big trog, Fort Kobbo, McGrariag McGrariagham.
ham. McGrariagham. phone 84-5180.
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FOR SALE:--Motortycle Maize
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. Rolle, Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m.
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Jack Butler tallied a 509,bdep, andl
Billie Ketree was very :Aloe" by
with her 503 series. For the Katz,
"familia de Gomez" grabbed the
limelight, with Julio being master
of the household with a hdcp, and
the better half, Mary, having a 517
hdcp.
Root Rats 2, Rolling Five 2
,ln,thotd lifting session4 both
teams 'ended tit a tie, 'but &kV
pins the Rolling Five were getting
in the handicap bracket. gave the
game to the Rolling Five. Helen
Minging and Harry Rouse came up
strong in the second game, and the
Kool Kats won by 25 sticks.
In the finale, it was nip and tuck
all the way, and Kool Kats just
made it by merely four points, giv giving
ing giving them an even split. because the
Rolling Five had 18 pins more in
the TP.
The only 500 scratch series of the
evening showed up in this contest,
when Jim Mingin hit 516 for the
Kats, and Bill Fish 500. Harry
Rouse of the Kool Kats had a 506
hdcp to be the only "500",InerAlpig,
Jumpors St Unlucky Flitg!lif
By winning the last game ofthe
evening, the Unlucky Five avoided
being shoved back into the cellar.
As it is, they share the spot with
the Rolling Five.
The Jumpers won three points
without the benefit of any 1'500"
series, the best for the winners was
Lady Chris Woods with 495 hdcp.
For the Unlucky Five another
member of the fair sex was the
star, when Dorris Freda hit 514
h&j) set.
If the Unlucky Five could have
hit one more strike, they Would
'have split because they were ten
pins short in the total pin column.
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FOR SALLBeautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, library. recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrase,
rase, terrase, garden, garage, land 1,800
m. 9th. Street No. 28. San
Francisco.
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Nursery School, open all sumroar.
Call Balboa 1214.
EXPERIENCE DRESSMAKER has
time available for other clients.
Call Pan. 3-6176 between 8 a.
m. to 4 p.m.
Businoss Establishments. Choice
spate still available for display
at V.F.W. teoner carnival, Al Albrook
brook Albrook Field, June 30 July 5. Call
Curundu 6233, for information.
IAnimals
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FOR SALI:Boston Terrier pup pupWs.
Ws. pupWs. AKC registered. Call Navy
3986, between 9:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:.1 have five lovely
French Poodle PUPPiell for sale,
AKC reentered. Call Panama 3-
'1026.
Senators Have
All-Time Cheap
'Murderers Row'
By RAY FARKAS
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Watib kgton Senators may have
comtip with the' cheapest "mur "murderers
derers "murderers row" of all time.
Baseball's latest homer-happy
lineupBob Allison (18), Harmnn
KillebreW. (24), Roy Sievers 6 and
Jim Lemon (17) are making Jess,
put together, than Mkkey Mantle.
? ot het you should rush out
end take up a collection for these
four unfortunates they'll get
theirs at contract time next years.
But in a city where millions
are chicken feed, and a league
where a lot of mediocre players
get more, these guys are under underpa
pa underpa id.
Killebrew who's now called
"hammerin' 'Harmon," but in
years past looked more like
"harmless H a r m" is making
slightly over the 87,500 minimum
on the basis of his unhammering
past. He leads the American
League in homers.
Mttstular Allison didn't strike
fear into pitchers or balls into the
stands in four minor league years.
He hit only 29 homers, an ave average
rage average of seven per year. Off that
record he gets close to the mini minimum,
mum, minimum, according to a club spokes spokesm
m spokesm an.
The gangling Lemcm would give
any swinger in the league a tus tussle
sle tussle for strike out honors. He did
and still does. Only this year he's
spaced 17 lost balls among 42
strikeouts. He signed for $14,000.
Sievers earns $36,000. So far he's
hit only six homers, but shou,der
miseries kept the 1957 home rut
king out nearly two months.
That totals less than $70,000 for
the most feared foursome in b,ise b,iseball
ball b,iseball today.
Mantle so far can't match the
home run production of Allison
or Killebrew. Ile makes $75 000,
but had hit only 14 homers thfough
Sunday.
LLOYD 600
Germany's Wonder
Car
Unsurpassed Economy
Total Price Delivered
Canal. Zone
$1256.00
Includes
windshield wipers and
directional signals.
, SEE IT-DRIVE IT
YOU'LL BE AMAZED
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By SAM MULSKY
Q. We are about 70, retired,
with a weekend cabin and a 12-
room house in town. Each proper property
ty property worth about $20,000. We have
social security income, plus $100
a month from high grade ,stocks.
Also have $2,000 in savings and
about $2,000 in Ebonds. Need
some additional cash for a ear
and more income. My hieband
favors selling the stocks and
holding the property for further
gains. I am in favor of keeping
the stock and the monthly,.:
eome there from. What is your o opinion?
pinion? opinion?
A. I don't see how holding the
house for further gain will give
you cash and inereeired income
now. And selling off stock would
certainly cut your income.
The $2,000 in savings should
be retained. But the Ebonds
should be converted into current
income producing securities. Of,
course, that alone won't solve
your problem.
Frankly, it seems to me you're
"property poor." Since you need
more income, I think the luxury
of $40,000 of real estate for your
personal use seems Anti& to
defend.
I don't know what it costs to
maintain. the 12-room house. But
if you add taxes, beat,- mpairs,
insurance, etc., to'41,000- (the in income
come income you 'could likeive it the
S20,000 were invieted in securi securities
ties securities instead of the house) you
will have a basis for determin determining
ing determining whether you could do better
in rent, or in a smaller place.
It would seen-. to me that, de depending
pending depending upon the a,mount of ad additional
ditional additional income you need, at
least one or, perhaps, both the
pieces of property would have to
be converted into income produc producing
ing producing investments.
Q. Both my husband, 60,, and
myself, 45, work hard. We have
watched inflation eat into our
savings, Our rent has just been
increased 12- per' pent. Laundry
is up 20"pie-fezie OiKe January.
Fearing the worst we put our
savings into 50 Siegler, 50 Cons.
Foods, 50 Western Union, 50 Roy Royal
al Royal Dutch, 50 Molbydenum JO Hil Hilton
ton Hilton Hotels. We have, lo'sses on
sOme. Shall I sell and buy ,ath ,athers?
ers? ,athers?
A. Yetweasoning4gak opreet,
but yoUr execution poor. rf,
You were right to turn to
stocks as an inflation hedge, but
,evidently you decided to jump le
ith both feet just around the
market highs, instead of spacing
your buying.
Fortunately your list is a good
one and could be held. You may
have to weather some lower pric,
es but for the long tull it seems
all right.
Q. You recently had an item
on an investment club. I am in interested
terested interested in joining such e, club.
Could you refer me to any oper operating
ating operating in my area?
A. That is not exactly the way
investment ,tlubs operate, IA
Genera Ily"they a rei's et tkir 'by a
group of individualS' who 'ire al already
ready already acquainted either 'through
church, social, professional neigh neigh!
! neigh! borhood activities. They are gen generally
erally generally limited in si,ze (tat about
20 persons) and veultt ')iet rdiL
narily take hr,stivarki her
words, it's a club.' ley6ritte
terested, -inquire among friends
, or if you likeget a group of
friends together to set one up.
APPOINT HEAD COACH
CINCINNATI, (UPI) Ed
Doherty. former Boston College
star quarterback, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed head football coach at
Xavier University. He replaces
ex-teammate Harry W. "Mick"
Connolly..

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Allegheny Corp 11
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Amer Cyanamid 5812
Amer Motors 41
Amer Tel and Tel 79
AnacondaCopper 63;4
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Cities Service 5312
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Fairchild ,Engine 7
Fargo Oil 5Vs
Felmont Pet I 6
General Dynamics 53
General Electric 7912
General Motors 50
General Plywood 24
Gulf Oil 107b
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HayAen Newport 19
Howe Sound 19
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 33b'
Montrose Chem 14VA
Nem, Eng Tel and Tel 175
Northrop Air 32
Olin Mathieson 5212
Pancoastal '312
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Phillips Pet 4512
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Reynolds Metal 10612
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IDOece Steel 4012b
Hayden Newport 19
Howe Sound 1912
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet
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Northrop Air 32
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Phillips Pet 45
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RCA 63
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Royal Dutch Shell 40
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Shell Transp.. 18
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Sperry Rand 24.
Standard Oil NJ
Sterling Precision 3
Studebaker-Packard 103,4
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Texas Gulf PFods 3212
Textron 25
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Sports Briefs
RECALLS EMPIRE
BOSTON, (UPI) Me Amer.
ican League ,ilas recalled Um Umpire
pire Umpire Bob. 'Stewart from the
American Assn. where he had
bee non option. The contract of
Umpire Frank Tabacchi was as assigned
signed assigned lyy,the major circuit te
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Australia has refused to relax
the stiff quarantine laws pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting imporisation of horses
fromoverseas. At present, only
horses from New Zealand or the
United Kingdam may enter
Australia without a six-months
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WASHINGTON, June 24 (UPI)The House today ap.
proved by a narrow 64.vote margin and sent to President
Eisienhower a compromise $1,375,400,000 housing bill
which he is expected to veto.
,f It appeared unlikely that supporters of the measure
could muster enough strength to override Presidential rejec rejectidn
tidn rejectidn of the legislation. Neither the House nor Senate gave
It the two.thirds majority needed to override a veto.
Among other things, the bill would lower down pay.,
mnts from 15 to 10 percent on FHA.insured mortgages
between $13,500 and $18,000.

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depleted mortgage insurance
anthority, authorize the FHA to
insure mortgages up to S22,500
teed of $20,000, and p,ermit
housing loans to run 35
yefirs instead of 30.
The House vote was 241-177,
Or 39 short of the two-thirds
mark.
The Senate vote was 56-31,
,tivo short.
Voting for the measure in
tile House were 222 Democrats
and-19 Republicans. Opposed
were 126 Republicans and 51
Demckcrats.
Budget Director Maurice H.
Steps served notice shortly be before
fore before the House vote that he
would urge Eisenhower to reject
the housing measure.
This followed a strong attack
Monday on the legislation by
the President's top housing ad-1
loiser, Norman P. Mason, chief
of the Housing and Home Fi Finance
nance Finance Agency.
Administratidn officials and
Weather Or Not
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Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 89 84
Low 75 74
HUMIDITY:
High 96 94
Low 71 87
WIND:
(max. mph) NW13 NE24
RAIN (inches) 0 .35
WATER TEMP:
pAirtner harb'ofs) 84 83
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 82.99
Madden Dam 217.20
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THURSDAY, JUNE 25
High
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the bill was far too costly de despite
spite despite cuts agreed to by Demo Democrats
crats Democrats to induce the President to
sign it.
They particularly objeced to
the measure's slum clearance
and public housing features.
The legislation would ex expand
pand expand Federally-3ubsidized pub public
lic public housing for low income
groups by providing 45,000 addi additional
tional additional units which the adminis administration
tration administration says are not needed.
It also would meet demands
from city mayors some of
them Republicans for a big bigger
ger bigger annual rate of slum clear clearance
ance clearance grants than the President
had proposed.
In addition, the measure, in
the face of administration op-.
position, would tap the Treas Treasury
ury Treasury for direct Federal loans
to provide cheaper rental
housing for elderly people and
build additional claosrooms
for crowded colleges.
On its face, the two-year bill
carried a lower price tag than
the President's proposed $1,760,-
000,000 six-year housing pro program.
gram. program. But Republicans, said the
compromise measure lij the long
run would commit the govern government
ment government to outlays sharply above
those recommended by the Pres President.
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Closid Ddi 11 Net
Segregation Fight
HAMILTON, Bermuda, June
24 (UPI)--Owners of Bermuda's
six cinemas closed them indefi indefinitely
nitely indefinitely last night. atter a nine-ddy
boycott by colored citizens be because
cause because two of the theatres reserv
ed their balcony seats for "wdite
only."
The boycott was organized by
"a progressive group," which
had crowds of 200 to 700 fir,-
monstrating quietly outside the
cinemas every night.
The mvners said today they
would welcome talks with- the
"progressivee," but meanwhile
were closing down to avoid
trouble.
The owners earlier had sald
they would end the segregation
policy etorn p let I y as soon as
their latest cinema is opened 5n
November.
There is no segregation in other
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on prison where he served nine years
of a 14-year sentence. He left for
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Police Gas Rioting
Women After Durban
Moonshine Hearings
BURBAN, South Africa TIPIf)
Police fired tear gas shells today
into a crowd of 500 native women
demonstrating outside a court courthouse
house courthouse where 51 others were being
arraigned in connection with
moonshine riots last Friday.
It wag' the mond time in ;$
hours police had to resort to tear
gas. They lobbed shells into a
crowd of 200 native women dem demonstrating
onstrating demonstrating at the Kwa Mashu na native
tive native township Mond ay night
against the metering of watrx.
Officials had allowed some na natives
tives natives into the public galleries of
the courthouse today but hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of others were locked out.
'rhey s t a rted chanting and
dancing. Police ordered them to
clear out. When they refused, po police
lice police threw tear gas bombs.
The natives inside the court, in including
cluding including the 51 defendants who
were released on bail, ran out outside
side outside and joined the crowd in a
conga line.
The rest of the city was re reported
ported reported quiet but tense. Armed po police
lice police stood by against the possibi possibility
lity possibility of a new outbreak of violence
such as the one in which thou thousands
sands thousands of n a t iv es battled and
stoned police and burned snops
and public buildings Friday.

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8 Bodies Found
In Ruins
Of Resort Hotel
VOSSESTRAND, Norway (UPI)
Fire swept a wooden resort
hotel housing 130 American tour tourists
ists tourists Tuesday with heavy loss of
life.
Eight bodies w er e recovered
from the smouldering ruins of the
Stalbeim Tourist Hotel and at
least 16 other persons were miss missing.
ing. missing. All the dead and missing were
Americans.
Another 25 persons, 21, of the
Americans, were hospitalized at
Voss, 20 miles to the south. Physi Physicians
cians Physicians said some were seriously in injured
jured injured with rib or leg fractures.
Another the hospital and released.
Horace Caldwell of Albany, Ga.,
sounded the first alarm when
flames roared through the struc structure.
ture. structure. His shouts alerted hotel em employes
ployes employes and many other guests.
But the enveloping flames were
too much for many of the tour
ists, some of whom had arrived
only four hours before by bus.
A total of 200 people were in
the hotel, including 53 emplbyes.
U. S. Embassy representative
Karl Alterman flew from Oslo to
help the survived's.-
Full identification of the vic victims
tims victims was delayed bedause of pri primitive
mitive primitive communications and the
fact that many survivors fled to
nearby farmhouses for shelter
and could not be counted.
Officials said they would re release
lease release no names of victims until ,the
U.S. Embassy,- had; notified toeir
relatives.
Caldwell and Ms wife were
awakened by the crackling of
flames in the ball-century-old
building.
'I ran into the corridor and
ctibd it thb tell triy voice that
the hotel was on fire," he said.
"Then I ran down to the recep.
tion office and roused the hotei
staff. In a few minutes the antire
hotel was aroused."
Guests leaped from second and
third story windows when stair staircases
cases staircases became masses of flame.
Many of the Amerieans were
between 50 and 60 years of age.
Several suffered broken legs
arms and back injuries jumping
to safety.
People ran from the hotel in
their nightclothes, leaving their
luggage behind to burn.
Buses were organized to take
'survivors to Bergen and Oslo.
Firemen and 'medical aid were
delayed in getting to the scene.
WC Enrollments
For Summer Classes
Top Last Year
A class enrollment of 303 stu students
dents students has been reported for the
Canal Zone Jimior College sum summer
mer summer session which started Julie 8
and will continue until August 1.
The enrollment is 24 more than
last year when there were 279
students registered for the Junior
College summer classes, accord according
ing according to Division of School figures.
'Phis year the most popular
courses were those in the commer commereial
eial commereial field with 131 students regist registered
ered registered fcrr elementary typing and 30
enrolled in elementary shorthand.
Two classes in convers a tion a 1
Spanish opened on the Atlantic
side.
Miss Frances Fanning, super supervisor
visor supervisor of the US Sdhools is di director
rector director of the Junior College sum summer
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NEWLYWEDSActress-singer Dorothy Dandridge and her new
husband, nightclub owner Jack Denison are pictured on their
arrival from California, where they were married Monday. This
is the second marriage for the Negro actress, who is in New
York to' Attend the premier of the Movie version of "Porgy
and Besm."

Marathon Bible Reading
Will Last Till Saturday
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SELDN. N.Y., June 24 (UPI)--
At 8 o'clock sharp thiS morning, a
member of the Selden Community
Church mounted the pulpit to
launch a marathon reading of the
entire that is expected to last
until Saturday night.
The Rev. Norman W. Minard,
pastor of both the Selden Church
and the Centerreach Community
Church, three miles away, recruit recruited
ed recruited members of both of his Pres.
byterian congregations and of sev several
eral several other Long Island churches to
participate in the marathon.
Uarden Plot Rents
Due By July 1
A final reminder that the an annual
nual annual rental of all agricultural
land and garden plot licenses in
the Canal Zone is now due nas
been issued by the license section
of the Civil Affairs Bureau.
These rentals, the reminder
stated, must be paid not later than
July 1. Ail licenses which are not
paid by that date will be terminat terminated
ed terminated without exception, it was announced.

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Men, women and young people
volunteered to read for 15 minutes
at a time from Minard's pulpit Bi Bible,
ble, Bible, a standard revised version of
both the Old and New Testaments.
Minard said he organized the
marathon for several reasons.
"First, 'I hoped to stimulate an
interest in Bible reading for it itself,"
self," itself," he said, "to call attention to
the Bible and encourage more peo people
ple people to read it.
"1 hope also to stimulate the for formation
mation formation of Bible study groups in our
church and others.
"But the main purpose is for the
reading and,hearing of the words
in the Bible. I hope we all will
learn new things about the Bible
from hearing it read aloud."
The 100 volunteers do not intend
to try to set a speed record for
Bible reading.
One church group has completed
the feat in 57 hours and another
in 72. but Minard expects his will
take from 84 to 90 hours.
"We are not out for any rec records,"
ords," records," he said. "We want each
person to read the Bible carefully
fo understanding, not speed."
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UPI)
Federal officers launched an
all-out tear gas and bulldozer
mental patients at the U.S.
PriSOn Medical Center yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, freeing live guards and
taking the,M) rioters into cus custody
tody custody All five guard neldhoitige
for 18 hours by the Mental pa patients
tients patients were injured, one serious seriously.
ly. seriously. As officers rammed t.h'rough.;,ik t.h'rough.;,ikhcsIy
hcsIy t.h'rough.;,ikhcsIy metal dm: tha patents
used as a barricade, one guard,
William L. Fah, 45, slipped out
to safety.
"In the last five minutes be before
fore before we were freed," be said,
"we felt positive we were going
to die."
Following him to safety were
Leonard Appleby, 55; Robert
Rosendahl, 38; Charles Allen,'
dA nnei mplvin Junv. 57.
48, and Melvin Jung, 57.
Rosendahl had a severe scalp
laceration and was. hospitaliz hospitalized,
ed, hospitalized, but was believed to be 'in
satisfactory condi t o n. The
other four guards, seized in it
sudden uprising at 11:55 p.m.
e.d.t., MOnday night, suffered
slight knife wounds and were
treated and released.
Fitch said three tiMes during
the riot the prisoners had
threatened to kill all five of
the guatds, but that the situa situation
tion situation reached its peak just min min,
, min, utes before the all-out offen offensive
sive offensive freed them.
The 125-man assault force
which struck at 3 end to
the head by Capt. Noah All Alldredge
dredge Alldredge of the center's staff
The plan was to use tear gas,
the bulldozer and cutting torch torches.
es. torches. However, officers carrying
torches found they had keys to
open the doors in tne massive.
three-proiged attack.
The bulldozer was used to
ram through the heavy metal!
door.
One assault officer. Itenneth
Barnhouse, suffered a slight
knee injury in the attack.
Some of the immates were re reported
ported reported to have received minor
injuies iln' being subdued. How However,
ever, However, officers said most of the
inmates seemed disinteresed and
Aid not pitt up resistance.-
Interrogation of prisoners be began
gan began immediately.
Myr' Alexander, asssistant
rector of the Federal Bureau ot
Prisons, tho flew here from
Washington, said authorities
were not able immediately to
discover a motive for the riot.
Warden Russell O. Settle said
there had been no trouble at
the prison for several days and
the riot came as a surprise.
Fitch said shortly before
lights out Monday night, he
went upstairs to lock the men
In for the night. As he entered.
he said, men armed with knives
OLD REORDS FOUND
MOSCOW (UPI) More -than
2,000 manuscripts, some believed
to be 1,000 years old, have been
found on the site of a former
theological school in the Marii
district of Thrkmenia, the gov government
ernment government newspaper lzvestia re reported
ported reported today.
The cache contained the works
of scholars on astronomy, mathe mathematics
matics mathematics and medicine, Izvestia
said. It was found by a team
from the Turkmenian Academy
of Sciences.
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co.gani. FORREST TOOKER. EDRAL DROWNE ED gtARK rcreettpley by
COMDEN mod ADOLPH GREEN From the nivel "Auntie Mimi" by Pond' Daftnis
Am meted ttb state by Jerome Lawrence end Robert E. Lee Directed by MORTON DACOSTA
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and stationed on each 'side et
the door, seized blm and threat,
ened hint: ;
Ona,satd:4.,"DOniti -tilake any
noise 'grid yOu won't get hurt'''.
Fitch said the prisoners. alt
were vague about the purpose,
of the riot.;'.1. bitti,lbst two or,
three ringleaders. jtevt proddind,
the 'others On:
Warden Settle 'twice refueei,
the rtoters food. and said befcirt:
Inasslpftelaidve wat
Iem out.4t-It
Long's Bickers
'Scared,, As Hell'
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Boss Return
BATOPTROUGE;:leta. June' 1
--(UPI)Followers. of Gov. Ear
K. Long were- reported "scared -ate
hell" today; that Long would,
emerge from a mental hospital and.
send political heads rolling.
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fitt ettorney-Included high state:'1
officials on- a' list of witnesses tail
eb subgenaed ;Frit leY's hear:
ing in Covingten.,-;. La. to doter.-
mine whether Long' is being I
gaily held in the stets hospital.'
at nearby Mandeville.
Included on the list of witnestee I
were Mrs-Blanche LOng, the OA
ernor's wbohael' him coml
mitted; IA. GOV; tether Fratte,
Atty. Gen. Jack Gremillion, and
Jesse Bankston, director of state
hospitals.
Attorney Joe Arthur Sims said
in an interview in his home at
Hammond, near Baton Rouge, that
doctors at Southeastern Louisistitit
Hopital might Wile to the heir
ing with:, a -ertifi,cate saying
wolild hijurida tti the graved;
voiced governor's tondition to 09;
duce him in court.
In that case, Simi be
would hire 'doctors of his will
exaMine Lang to tie whether'.
public hearing would hurt him.;
Sims said his'east before Judge
trt'ellinbpellt toti.pirrvr taitILbatnwgcliusidherd
illegally because:
oecause; --
He received only a tasty elv
amination in a "circus-like atm
phere" in the back of a police ell
that tended to excite him. ,
The papers on which Long wat
committed say only that he warit
a "run-down condition" and 'in
need of treitmnt. ,0
The two doctors who examined
him left more than 100 detailed
psychiatric questions on the papeis
unanswered.
Sims said that if these points
are rejected by Judge Jones, the
hearing will turn into a sanit
hearing and he will contend that
, if Long,was insane.Whin he wig
ceimiritted, he his nOW,tecovera
and 'should be ritleated.
Long's fdllowers in the Legisli
ture flocked Baton Rouge yes yesterday
terday yesterday and closeted themselVis
with Lt. Gov.. Frazar;. who is still
backing-awaY frem th'e acting goV
efnor's Job- while -LW is away.
A reliable iouree who asked not
td be identified said- they were
'scared as hell'? that Long would
come roaring back to Baton Rouge
Friday and accuse them of taldng
part in his troubles.

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