The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Dr;-Roberto Arias, fOrrner' Panamanian Ambassador to London, was still refugeil
in the'Brielan Embassy. today although his safe conduct permit was authorized last
night 11;rinister,,of Government and Justice Jose D. Bazan.
, Iluillight'which should have ,taken Arias to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was more than
houteover:due at, 1 p.m. today and was not expected until around 5 p.m. from
HoustoN'Tee It "originally was scheduled to leave Tocumen for Rio at 12:45 a.m.
'. foreign, Minister' Miguel J. Moreno Jr., who issued the safexonduct permit after it
was authorized -by Bazan,'imphasized today that it was granted under the terms of the
:1954 Caracas convention on the right of asylum.
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BALLERINA GIVEN DEGREEWorld-renowned ballerina Dame
Margot Ironteyn is shown y.esterday leaving Sheldonian Theater
in Oxford, England, after receiving an honorary degree in music.

Margot Fonteym Canceis
Reservation To Brazii

LONDON, Awe 25 (UMBal.
lerina Margot Fonteyn cancelled a
last minute airline reservation to
Brazil today because she was not
convinced that her husband Dr.
Robert Arias was en route there
from Panama.
Reports of his departure have
tot yet been confirmed," she told
'United Press International from
ber Kensington homC
"My instinct tells me that he
still ig in Panama. The authori authorities
ties authorities may have intended te let him
go on the plane today but at the
last minute they, may have chang.
ed their, minds.'
Unconfirmed reports from Pa Panama
nama Panama City had said that Arias bad
been released from the Brazilian
Embassy. These reports prompted
the ballerina to book a reserve.
tion en le K.L.M. plane for Brazil
this 'afternoon.

Fag hi 01 Harlem
Paid Kids Pennies
For Burg ld Loot

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NEW YORK, lune 25 (UPD--
A 23-year-old ex-convict was
arrested today with a school of
small boys who told police he
bad trained them as burglars
and paid them in pennies for
thousands of dollars worth of
loot.

The eight youngsters, all Ne
Fuer, ranged in age from 9 to
14. They were charged with
juvenile delinquency.
, -The "Pagin," loseph Thomas,
23, 'also la Negro, was charged
With btleglary,, impairing the
morals of minori andteceitng
stolen, ttuods .. ,,
; POlice laid 'Thomas colleen colleen,
, colleen, trate& his ,.r4raining ' s,' liar liarlem
lem liarlem hardware supply house,
- the boys to cstt
, hn,es '111' the roof Of the build-,
mg and :ower ono of their nutn nutnber
ber nutnber throuph the hole te open a
Cuor a', window for the rot,. 1

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But after a morning of frantic
packing and waiting for confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of the reports, which was not
forthcoming, she decided to wait
until Saturday.

High, Rent, Boat Storage, Bug Battle
Headline Civic Council Discussions

Pacific side boat storage, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side rental structure, and
the Zonewide fight against flies
and insects were among the
items discussed during Gov. W.
E. Potter's June meeting with
U.S. Ci Vic Council officers!
Meeting in Gamboa in public
session Tuesday night, the gov governor
ernor governor told the Pacific Civic
Council he would be willing to
consider making land available
on the Pacific side for storing
boats owned by Zone residents,
but the Canal administration
'Could not consider erecting the
actual' boat shelter. Interested
boat owners, he suggested to
Pacific council president Sam
Roe, shOuld work out a method
among themselves to erect the
shelter.
Acting Coco Solo president
James O'Donnell questioned the
rental structure for concrete
quarters in his community. He
said two accountants at Coco
Solo had met with a member
of the controller's staff to ex explore
plore explore the rental base and it was
the council's opinion the Coco
Solo rents were not in line with
those of comparable quarters in
Balboa, The Gpvernor said a
breakdown was being made of
the cost factors used in cal calculating
culating calculating housing maintenance
costs.
- The governor, following a
previous complaint by Presi Presi,
, Presi, dent E. C. Blount of the Ga Ga.tun
.tun Ga.tun council, reviewed the con continning
tinning continning intensive ,search for,
and fight against. flies ono
other insects in the Zone.
He remarked that one breed

Arias has been refuged in the
Brazilian embassy since April
19.
In his note authorizing the
safe conduct permit, Bazan
made reference to a recent de decision
cision decision by the Secdnd Superior
Tribunal describing the recent
invasion of Panama from Cuba
and other local revolutionary
activities as political rather than
treasonable.
Meanwhile, arrangem en ts
were being made today for the
deportation of 89 Cubans who
formed part on an invasion
band which landed on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic coast on April 25.
The group was -ordered freed
by the Superior Tribunal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday because they had surren surrendered
dered surrendered unconditionally it Nom Nombre
bre Nombre de Dios to Panamanian au authorities
thorities authorities on May 1. Five other
Cubans' and one PanaManian,
who failed to surrender and
later engaged the National
Guard in an encounter in which
one Cliban was killed, were or ordere&to
dere&to ordere&to stand triali
' The main body of the Cubang
is bang held at the' Carcel Mo Modeloi,
deloi, Modeloi, but others are lodged An
other jails throughout there therepublic.
public. therepublic. te1
Attempts are being' In de -by
Mthan,':,TePrestnieSiVtabe,r144St
have, third' eoncentriteclh
Panama se that 'they' can be
ready for transportation to Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. The manner of transportation
has not been definitely decided
upon, but it is believed that
the Cuban government might,
supply planes to fly the Cubans
home.

FBI Nabs Vendor
In New Orleans
For San Juan Theft

NEW ORLEANS, Jttne 25 (UPI)
The FBI early today arrested a
22-year-old- news vendor charged
with stealing more than $6,000
from his employer in San Juan,
Puerto Rico, in 1957.
The man was identified as Jose
Collazo Colon, wanted for stealing
$6,183.13 from his boss at a hotel
news stand in San Juan and flee fleeing
ing fleeing with the money to New York
in January, 1957.
Collazo Colon was arreste as
he returned early today from an
outing at the beach. The FBI said
it was believed he was unemployed.

ing area and sore spot is near
Curundu. He declared the Canal
organization is trying to get it
controlled.
The governor reviewed the
Canal's garbage can cleaning
policy which includes the steam
washing and cleaning of gar garbage
bage garbage cans at the rate of NO or
more per month with the aver average
age average can cleaned once every
four months.
There was considerable Coun Council
cil Council and audience discussion re relating
lating relating to the new elementary
schools at Diablo Heights and
Los Rios.
Roe read a statement saying
that Superintendent of Schools
Sigurd E. Esser had been most
cooperative with the council in
its study and discussion of the
schools end, although the coun council
cil council was not in coinplete accord
with its findings, it agreed it
now was inadviseable. to hinder
plans for the building of the
schools.
Concern was expreised over
the fact that two small
schools are going to be built
instead of one big one which,
it was felt, would limit such
facilities as gymnasium, and
be more likely to cause Com Combined
bined Combined classes.
Tile governor explained tke
reasons for choosing two small
schools instead of building one
big one.
Other discussions revolved a around
round around air conditioning commis commissaries,
saries, commissaries, installing a soda toun tountain
tain tountain in the Diablo Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, and complaints involving
the servicing of appliances.

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is sale" -- Abraham Lincoln

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, NNE 25, 1959

NUCLEAR AGREEMENTRepresentatives of the United States and Panama are pictured yes yesyesterday
yesterday yesyesterday signing an agreemeat for cooperat,lon in research in the peaceful use of atomic energy.
Under the agreement, Panama will receivelinfor mation for design, construction and operation of
nucleat research reactors. Shown from left are Assistant Secretary of State for Interamerican
Affairs Roy R. Rubottopt Jr.; Ricardo M. Arias. Panama's Ambassador to the U.S : and John S.
Graham, commissioner (;)f the Atomic Energy Comission. (UPI Radiofoto)

,US,Ponama.SignNuciparPact

To Build Reseaich Center Here
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WASHINGTONlugs 2S 4111,-Ths,I,Tutted States:yesterday signet actimpment wful Pan,
411121ris-heigw $0411114,' Witt Yr CSIttsr-pir pckee of entre. -Oh ern,-
, r The center is already under' conittruction Uniiireirrirraama,
Under the agreement, the United States wil I supply Panama with information on "design,
construction and operation" of a nuclear resear oh reactor.
It also will make available up to six kilogra ms of enriched uranium and radiolsotopse for
research purposes in medical therapy, agricultu re and industry,

The agreement is known as
an "Atoms for Peace" pact. This
refers to a plan initiated by
President Eisenhower to foster
scientific cooperation among
free world nations.
The agreement with Panama
was signed in the State Depart Department's
ment's Department's diplomatic recep tion
room today.
Signing for Panama was Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Ricardo M. Arias.
For the United States Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of State Roy R.
Rubottom and Atomic Energy
Commissioner John S. Graham
signed.
Rubettem praised Panama
"for evidencing such a real
interest in its desire to devel develop
op develop and utilize Minnie energy
as a creative force ler im improving
proving improving the Wedi6.0 et its
people."
Discussing the new agree

Contractors Mailed
Hoke To Proceed
On Big Bridge Job

Formal notice to proceed on the
construction of the Canal bridge
substructure was mailed yesterday
by the Panama Canal Colnpany to
the firms Fruin-Colnon Internation International,
al, International, S.A. and LeBoeuf and Dougher Dougherty,
ty, Dougherty, Inc., which entered a joint low
bid of $2,943,960.80 on the prOect
The contract was signed by Gov.
W. E. Potter and the notice to pro proceed
ceed proceed by Lt. Col. R. D. Brown, En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Direc Director,
tor, Director, who is the Canal Company's
contracting officer.
Actual work on the project will
not begin. however, for approxi approximately
mately approximately six weeks until after the
arrival of basic equipment and the
establishing of a field office by the
company representatives. The old
La Boca elementary school has
been assigned by the Canal for
their use.
Col. D. B. Freeman (USA retir retired),
ed), retired), vice president of Fruin-Colnon
International, and Raymond E.
Flint, vice president and secretary
of Fruin-Colnon Contracting Com Company
pany Company of St. Louis, who were here
for the opening of the bids June 15,
plan to return to the isthmus short shortly.
ly. shortly. It is expected that Freeman will
be administrator In charge of the
construction work here.
,This is the first of two multimillion-dollar
contracts for the bridge
over the Canal. The other will be
the fabrication and erection of the
superstructure, a job that is expect expected
ed expected to cost in the neighborhctod of
$10.000,000.
The work included in this con contract
tract contract tonsists mainly in the con construction
struction construction of piers supporting the
superstructure which involve the
lacing of deep cofferdams in the
bay and drilling nf deep Masons
in the tank farm area.

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mento the assistant secretary
said:
'This agreement envisages
the enlargement of our coop cooperative
erative cooperative interehanOe in research
and in the application of one
of the most enormously power

Coco Solo Theater
To Open Tomorrow

'rhe Coco Solo Theater, which
has been closed since May 24 for
alterations and the installation of
air conditioning equipment, will be
opened tomorrow, it was announc announced
ed announced by the Supply Division.
The two opening night features
will be the "Gay Nineties," a mu musical
sical musical skit under the direction of
Victor Herr, and a sneak preview
of cme of the latest motion pictur pictures.
es. pictures. The program will start at 7

Two local artists, pianist Don
"Ivories" Randall and singer Ve Vent
nt Vent Beatrice Bennett, will appear
it the musical program.
The theater alterations, induct induct,
, induct, nig the installaton of the air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning equipment, have been
done under contract by Wright
Brothers of Colon.

Report Earthquake
Off Mexico Coast

NEW YORK, June 25 (UPI)--A
"slight earthquake" about 2,400
miles southwest of New York was
detected early today by Fordham
University sismographs.
The shocks of "moderate" in intensity
tensity intensity were felt at about 2:53 a.m.
and 2:59 a.m., the university said.
It said the tremor may have
been located off the coast of Mexico.

ful forces thus far known to
mankind.
"I believe that as a result of
this agreement x)ur two 'Peoples
will derive useful and lasting
benefits and as a consequence
there will be established a
sound basis for a future of en enduring
during enduring peace and progressive
developments."

Mysterious Fumes
Choke lonians,
Panama Residents

Where there is smoke there is
fire.
So reasoned Balboa firemen yes.
terday morning as they sped off
to investigate a series of telephone
calls reporting a strange cloud of
smoke floating over the Balboa
toWnship area.
The callers said the smoke or
gas made them choke. It even
caused one man to develop a sev severe
ere severe headache.
Firemen from the Balboa sta station,
tion, station, returning from a routine ins inspection
pection inspection at the Tivoli Guest House,
surveyed the situation at Albrook,
Fort Clayton, Balboa, and the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Pier area. They found nothng
and got little concrete information
from smoke in-their-eye witnesses.
Residents in Panama City liv living
ing living in apartment houses along
Fourth of July Ave. also reported
ttouble breathing by "somethng
like gas fumes." But no explana explanation
tion explanation of the mysterious fumes was
known.
The matter was serious enough,
however, to warrant a request for
assixtance from the Canal Zone
Health Bureau. After an investiga investigation
tion investigation in the area of the Pori Cant Cantain's
ain's Cantain's Building, health authorities
found nothing more tangible thaft
a slight acrid odor in Balboa.

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FIVE CENTS

Only 5 Shis
To Be Held
Over Tonight

Gov. William E. Potter announced today that the
record Panamti Canal traffic jam had come to an end.
Potter, who added that he was confident that the
Canal would be back to "normal" operation within a
week, made the announcement at a meeting with 17 kid
agents, representing more than 50 shipping lines.
His. statement was borne out by the figures. Only 10
ships remained as holdovers last night and less than five
are expected to remain at anchor outside the Canal to tonight.
night. tonight. Today's arrivals totalled 31, and 36 ships are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for transit.
Potter met with the agents in an effort to clear the
air of sharp criticism levelled at Panam6 Canal adminis administration
tration administration during a ten-day period that has brought the
worst traffic jam in peacetime history of the Canal.

Most outspoken of local critics
was Frank X. Zeimetz, local man manager
ager manager for Panama Agencies, a
Grace Line subsidiary, who yester yesterday
day yesterday charged the Canal Company
with false economy and lack of
foresight.
Zeimetz had also lashed at local
agents for their refusal to protest
costly layovers made necessapr by
the congestion.?
Pile 'AM acme
for as long as 52 hours. Many
agnets, however, said the average
wait was about 24 hours.

Shipping sources e s t I m ate
transit delays cost MO to MS
per hour for standard cargo ships
and about $200 perhour for su supercarriers.'
percarriers.' supercarriers.' At today's meeting Potter point pointed
ed pointed out the record influx of super supercarriers
carriers supercarriers since June 13 has been
nearly double the number for the
same period in May.
Most super-carriers re q u ire
clear-cut passage through Gaillard
Cut, during daylight hours, pre preventing
venting preventing movement of other vessels
for at least 75 minutes.
But super-carrier arrivals have
begun to fall off during the past
three days. In addition, both lanes
at Gatun have been operating on a
24 hour basis since Monday and
round-the-clock operation began
yesterday at Miraflores Locks.
The combinption of all operation operational
al operational factors and gradual decrease of
arrivals has cut the backlog from
a high point of 28 ships to only
five anticipated for tonight.
An official memo released at
todav's meeting showed that since
April 1 the Canal has absorbed an
increase of 700 transits over the
comparable period of 1958.

Cristobal Optical
Offices To Move
To New Location

The Cristobal Opticsi Section,
located for many years in the
rear of the former Cristobal Re Retail
tail Retail Slot will move to a new lo location
cation location in Tre Adminis (ration
Buildirr4 in Old CristoLal next
week
Saturday will be the last y
for the Optical Section to oporate
in the old site. The move will be
made over the weekend. The shop
will open dune 36 in Ityt office
formerly ocour,ik d by Canal
Treasury Office in Old Crirtolill

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Potter also emphasized the ar arrival
rival arrival aver ge during the traffic
jam has been 35 ocean-going ves vessels
sels vessels per day, 6 to 12 over the 1958
and 1959 averages.
The report accompanying tho
memo makes clear Canal our
thorities believe the record la
Arose through. o 'rare -combin -,,
lion of special clreumotencei a
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In an interview after the meet meeting
ing meeting Potter also emphasized that
the short term improvement pro program,
gram, program, initiated in August 1956, win
absorb even such traffic jams,an
has just occurred.
Of three major phases In Th.
short term improvement program
the first, partial widening of Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard Cut to allow limited two way
traffic under most conditions, is
underway and scheduled for com-'
pletion in 1961.
Snecial lighting equipment for
Gaillard Cut and the Locks, to al allow
low allow full 24-hour operation, will bi,
advertised for bids soon and should
be instAled by 1961
Improved, more powerful towing
mules are the last stage, schedtded
for operation sometime in 1962.
A shortage of Canal pilots has
also caused some concern, but
although additional pilots aro be.
ing recruited, Potter revealed
the overtime average for pilots
during June 1-13 has not boon es especially
pecially especially high.

For Balboa pilots this figure Wal
11.8 hours per week and for Cris..
tobal only 6.9 hours per week.
These figures reflect time over a
normal 40 hour work week.
But the Egures were hard to re reconcile
concile reconcile with a statement bv a vet veteran
eran veteran pilot who said "all pilots 'are
tiredeven exhaustedand very
unhapny about losing their one no nowork
work nowork day a woek."
Earlier this week Balboa Heights
announced temoorary cancellation
of regular relief days for all duty
Meanwhile, William S. Tyson, le legal
gal legal counsel for Local 30 (Canal j'i j'ilots)
lots) j'ilots) of the International Associa Association
tion Association of Masters, Mates Ar Pilots,
announced today he and spokesmen
ror the oilots will meet with Pot Potter
ter Potter tomorrow Morning.
Tyson, who flew here suddenly
from Washington Yesterday, did
not indicate the nature of tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's meeting

Gov. ?OTTER opens meeting with local shipping agents, to air conditions which led to costly Panama Canal traffic lanl

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SINGLE WAGE GRIPE
Sir:
A few mcinths ago many awaited the iMplementation of the
qdnal Zone fingie Wage with much entusiasm, and now that
eagermss has bezun to die. These same individuals are now
asging to "give me my old salary and my former privileges
(postal and tonunissary) and I'll be contented." Do you know
Why? Eyerytne was disillusioned by the, 'surface of a treat)!
Which covered a deceptive worm eating away.the foundation of
the lifetime dream of so many expectant employes.
Four months ago the Single Wage went into effect. There
Were nort-US citizen employes who were benefited by this change.
Although only a minority, it was acceptable realizing that if this'
few could break an invisible barrier others would derive benefits
at later opportunities. These opportunities are dying faster each'
day
Presently there is a resurvey of civilian jobs in progress.
The intention is to minimize the reduction-in-force lists by proc proce;ses
e;ses proce;ses of down-gradins. Employes were slated for RIF, but closer
investigations proved that releasing forty-nine employes each
month for six months would do more damage to operations than
good. A cut in pay would certainly save the required amount for
budgeting and' the personnel for accomplishing the operation
would remain. People who cannot think further than their noses
will quickly grasp at this opportunity, is it appropriately named.
because dear old Uncle Sam is giving everyone a little.' This is
not so, there are several US citizens employed as supervisors
VIO cannot tell the difference between their right hand and
third base, please don't speak of adding two and two I am say saying
ing saying the embarrasment, but their salaries range from $3.25
through $4.25 per hour.
Non-US citizens are remembered to be lt!,al whenever the
going gets rough. Sammy, please do not rely on this theont
anymore, the younger blood has received more light today than
the Uncle Toms of yesteryear. The forefathers who bowed and
laid carpets out lor you are dying: today the younger genera generation
tion generation kno1.1 that all men are equal. Don't push too hard, men
will take push until he can return it, so think three or four
times before you make your move.
Many years ago the Silver employes were really loyal, weren't
they? They worked hard, handled items that are now called
security and held positions that also are called security todav:
they tried very hard to show how good, sincere and faithful they
were. but the salaries they received were atrocious. Don't DRY
the Negro, neither try to take advantage of him any longer!
During World War II Panama Canal employes were promised
a refund after the war if they agreed to a small deduction from
their salary each pay period supporting the American troops.
This was agreed, but very shortly after the war the status of the
employes were changed from Federal employes so refund checks
were made only to US citizen employes. The old non-US em employes
ployes employes certainly allowed invariable and non-excusable misdeeds
to slip between their fingers.
Respect is shown to all. this shows breeding, pedigree andr
good manners, but it is not be-towed on the hog who was drag draggid
gid draggid up, regardless of race, ( lr or creed. If anyone demands
respect he should first show it. The days of any white man be being
ing being a boss for rton-US citizens,,regardless of his title, grade.
salary or potentiality, are over.
Think, Uncle Sammy, you maybe holding the handle. but
the tother man cast avoid being cut by-koleasing his vie on-the
blade. The knife is yours, you may hive it. f,-0
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JUSTICE FOR NEGROES
$ir:
Is there no room in the world for the Negro? His hands and
teet are constantly inspected to asnire the predominant forces
that the Negro will remain bound for another long period. Each
and every raceexcept the Negro, mind youcan call a country
their native land, and govern this lands,witb its people.
Negroes today who can pass as WhIte, dinr their and
hate to referred to as Negroes. They are not ashamed of the
race, but they are in a position to escape the abuse and incon inconlutnience
lutnience inconlutnience thrown at the Negro, and the mere fact of being look look:4
:4 look:4 uPon and criticized as being low and degradating. Will a
gegro ever become the President of the United States?
read Elia II's "Mercy for Rapists" (Mail BOX. June 18) and
certainly went for it 100 per cent. I don't think I am alone. for
many I have heard discussing this article. Elia had hardly Dut
hie pen to rest last week when another case appeared in the
newspaper. It is quite obvious that both these men are aware of
the fact that whites don't go to the electric-chair for raping a
Negro.
- Both men were held in jail and denied bond, Yet PrOSeCUtOr
LaWccn E. Glover said he would only attempt to keep, them un,
tiktheir trial, and neither fiend has denied the alleged attack.
bomehow, Lady Justice apparently iecognizes 'Negro against
whites, so, why don't we remove the blindfold from her eves?
Maybe someone has her bribed, that is not anything novel in
the United States, or is it?
Tile four previous sex offenders finally received a sentence
of life, yet do not be too confident of this. A parole after ten
Yeirs is Nal and will be in favor of these unmistakeably young
men. This is an injustice to humanity. Negroes even receive a
pebalty of fifty years for attempted rape or having an affair
wIth a tramp who is white.

Justice.

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESE,-
There will be a massive coastto-coast
steel strike. All over 1.h.
land thousands of furnaces rec,
glare will be darkened the night
of June 30.
This comes not from any crys crystal
tal crystal ball. It is the flat prediction of
the one man who will be the
strike's legal strategist the Man
whose every phrase the steel
executives analyze word by work.
He is soft spoken, tough bar bargaining
gaining bargaining Arthur Goldberg, the u union's
nion's union's chief counsel.
What is as significant as a
coughing. spell in a Smith Bros.
factory is the fact that Mr.
Goldberg cast his prediction in a
private briefing session for some
90 New York labor leaders last
Thursday night. It was not
meant for publication.
It was made in the samll audi auditorium
torium auditorium of the Waiter's Local One
headquarters right off T i me s
Square. The millions under Broad Broadway
way Broadway bright lights outside hid
no idea that the multi-billion
dollar question affecting the na nation,
tion, nation, even the world, was being
answered here.
There has been conjecture in inside
side inside the White House, inside a
thousand executive suites, inside
every national labor headquarters
over whether Steel Union chief
David McDonald and his counsel
would call for a strike of the en entire
tire entire industry or use a new tech technique,
nique, technique, the "selective strike' of a
few corporations, or have the u union
nion union members work without a
contract through the summer
and strike in September.
Goldberg told his frienels and
labor colleagues:
"July 1 (12:01), if there is no
contract, the steel plants will be
shot down."
Goldberg said the situa tion
would have been different if
Franklin D. Roosevelt or Harry
Truman were in the White
House. There would have been
pressure on the companies. But
with no pressure from President
Eisenhower, the companies and
the union will now have to bat battle
tle battle it out.
Thi3 column's inquiries corrobo corroborate
rate corroborate Mr. Goldberg's statement.
It can be reliably reported tram
the only source which can be
considered authentic there will
be no private telephone cads
from either the White House or
anyone in the Cabinet to any of
the steel corporations as there
were in '56,,nressuring for a set settlement
tlement settlement with the union.
It can positively be reported
that beginning ot ohis week, e're e'resident
sident e'resident Eisenhower's orders forbid
any interference behind t h e
scenes by any administration of-1
ficial. This did not, of course, in include
clude include the universally respec t e d
public efforts of Joseph Flane Flanegan's
gan's Flanegan's Federal Mediatin and' Con Conciliation
ciliation Conciliation Service. This is the im import
port import of several messages passed
on by the White House to t h e
highest industry executives in the
past few weeks.
And as of the moment, Pre President
sident President Eisenhower and his corps
of advisers plan to let the strike
roll for at least six weely, if it
starts Julyl. Then, -Only if there
is a real squeeze no defense
production and such spraw ling
industries as auto produc t o n,
will he move to give the pickets
Hartley injunction ordering the
strikers back to work.
Thus for the first time since
the steel union was launched in
the turbulence of the thirties,
it is in a fighl without the ad administration
ministration administration as its second. Mean Meanwhit?,
whit?, Meanwhit?, back a "little Geneva,"
the Hotel Roosevelt here, all this
was reflected in the corporations'
new bargaining technique. The
steel executives have been killing
the union with cold politeness
behing the closed doors.
For example, when negotia negotiations
tions negotiations first began on May 18, tile
union representatives were start startled
led startled to hear the company officills
lead in the applause for the cri critical
tical critical labor speeches. ,A union
man would arise and attack the
company on' some grievance. Ile
would demand that the corpora corporation
tion corporation right "this wrong."
The bloc of union committee committeemen
men committeemen would, of course, appllud
loudly. But the company officials
would beat them to it. They'd
actuall applaud the speech,
,smile and say nothing. No bat batties.
ties. batties. Just the reiteration of the in industry's
dustry's industry's position the time has
come when there will be no in increase
crease increase in production costs. That's
it.
It's strike time. Everywhere the
picket line schedules are ready
for posting. It will be a long hot
summer, even with the furnaces
down.

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In March 1831, at the age of
22, Abraham Lincoln set out to
take a boatload of produce to
New Orleans. Lincoln's clever,
ness saved the boat and cargo
when it was caught on. a dam
near the town of New Salem,
The boaes owner was so
pleased that he made him a
clerk in a store he opened in
the same New Salem.
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You are seldom struck by an
advertisement, especially when li
is designed to build character,
but some epople named Warner
and Swasey, who have been mak making
ing making precision machinery in Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland since 1880. had one in Nem
week a while back which stopped
me cold.
The headline: "How Much Fed Federal
eral Federal Aid Did the Pilgrims Get?"
And the body, if -Warner and
Swasey would be 'ito kind:
"They were in a depressed a area.
rea. area. No one guaranteed Atem
high prices for anything.' their
only roads and schools were built
by themselves, For security they
did their own savings, or starv starved.
ed. starved. "All they had was character.
All they did was work. All they
wanted was self-respect.
"The sum of,these three kilts
became Anierica. 4.14
''But what's going to be the
sum of the traits you see today
the traits of character or rath rath,er,
,er, rath,er, lack of it, that demand more
ononey for less work, put securi security
ty security above self respect pamper
self-pitying criminals instead of
punishing,1 them, give away re resourceOve
sourceOve resourceOve Aeperately need to
nr.)tect ourseives, listen to weak weaklings
lings weaklings that want government to
'ake care of nem when they
should take care of themselves?
"1,ong v(lirs of early American
self-respect rmi hard work built
America, tit thc traits you see
today can iltstioy it, in half the
time."
I reckon Mr. Bernard M. Ba Baruch
ruch Baruch couldn't have said it any
better, with Hubert Hoover and
Woodrow Wits,A called into the
conference. My day you pick up
a newspaper yi u will see a sad
reflection of ti e loss ol these
principles, spelled out on stories
of waste. of Congressional corrup corruption,
tion, corruption, of vveakners, of condone condonement
ment condonement of crime, of the flooding of
our gold from the country, of
giveaway wame to ungrateful for foreign
eign foreign countries, and needless sub subsidies
sidies subsidies and extEsive taxes in our
own land.
You are set ing stories in the
paper right now about the flow of
our gold to other lands, And about
such a severe imbalance of ex export
port export and import that it wouldn't
surprise me at all to see Ameri America
ca America enforce, someday soon, a cur currency
rency currency control which would limit
the amount of dollars you can
take out of the country on holi holiday.
day. holiday. Just as England, France,
and Spain did it.
No matter what the Russians
say, we more or less invented
and perfected the automobileat
least in its massive use among
the masses. But anybody who
looks around, him can see that
while we have bigger and better
tailfins, more and more chrome.
more and more horsepower that
you can't use under existing speed
laws, the French and the Eng English
lish English and the Germans have real really
ly really pulled a heavy muscle job on
Detroit. And not just in the luxu luxury
ry luxury two-seater snob Sobs alone.
I was shocked also by a com composite
posite composite picture of the really mas massive
sive massive mansions in Washington the
various unions have constructed
out of their check-off millions,
the better to persuade Congress
to see things their way. I have
been stunned by the unions' at attempt
tempt attempt to corral hospitals and e even
ven even police forces.
More and more the Necurity
aspects of a job, and how much
time for coffee breaks, how much
free hospitalization, sneak into
4:wid idea of a man taking on an
effort with both hands to see if
he could bend it into shape. E Even
ven Even in the prisons now they raise
a ruckus because of infringe infringement
ment infringement on television-watching time.
Any man i a fool not to want
security for himself and his lam lamay.
ay. lamay. but security is a thing that
should be earned, by thrift and
hard work. It is not a govern governmtntal
mtntal governmtntal gift. We have made any
rumber of enemies abroad by

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Pioneering Thoughts
By BOB MARK

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literally enforcing a phony secur- !concern for us seems indicated.
ity on undeserving people at the When -a pilgrim took his blun blunexpense
expense blunexpense of our own internal se- dertruss and went out after a tur turcurity.
curity. turcurity. Our vice-president gets key, he was really not concerned
spkt upon by the paople we help, with the psychic or economic wel weland
and weland our consular service has to fare of the local redskins. All le
hide from the people we 'bumb- wanted to do was get back to
ling!y try to help. The politicos Priscilla with the turkey, minus
generally wind up with the loot, an airow in his back.
and it mostly amounts to the fact
that we pay the tab as a procur procurer
er procurer for Trujillo's brat.
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It seems to me that we are
weaker internally and extepallY
t.han at any time I can remelt remeltber.
ber. remeltber. Perhaps the rockets work,
but the people don't seem to be
able to get off the pad. a little
less psychiatry, a little more
work, a little less worry over the
outside world and a little more

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TIRED BONGOING
LEAKSVILLE, N.C. (113I)---Pat
Fox's bongo drums were stolen
three months ago. Monday a
young, anonymous telephone call caller
er caller told him where he could find
them, and he did. "I guess he
lust got tired of the drums." Fox
said. "Or his parents did."

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STARCIN THE SUMMER SKY
Nature is no longer the solita solitary
ry solitary star of the summer panora panorama.
ma. panorama. It has been boldly cnalieng cnaliengea
ea cnaliengea by the remade efforts of mor mortals.
tals. mortals. Where the lofty grandeur of
trees dominated rolling hill s,
there are playhouses sprawled a-,
cross the latalocape. Babblinip
brooks mingle with the babble ofl
rehearsing -players. Greasapaint
is almost as common as grass
and the lilting serenade of birds
is echoed by the cooing of pro professional
fessional professional yodeler& There is hard hardly
ly hardly a path in the woods that
noesn't sprout a billboard. The
sun must share its shimmer with
spoWghts and the actors take
more bows thap flowers in the
breeze. Summer theatres blossom
in the meadows. Over hill Auld
dale comes the sound of dialog.
Applause is louder than the crowd crowding
ing crowding of roosters. The fields are a aFve
Fve aFve with guys and dolls studying
scripts.
Ethel Barrymore, who is now
making heaven a happier place
for angels, was devoted to the
theatre. It was her life and her
love. After clicking as a star,
she participated in Stunmer
stock tour. When a friend won wondered
dered wondered why she endured the rig rigors
ors rigors of "acting in a barn," the
Great Lady smiled: "If you love
the theatre, a barn is A palace."
The brightest star in the Sum Summer
mer Summer sky is Helen Hayes, who
will ignite a comedy with an un ungrammatical
grammatical ungrammatical title: "A Adven Adventure."
ture." Adventure." Miss Hayes has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated that it isn't only supreme
talent that makes a star, but al also
so also an inner drivealmost a com-,
pulsion for perfection. Some
years ago she appeared in
Shaw's "Caesar and Cleonatra"
and failed. Subsequently, Miss
Haves starred and clicked in
t'What Every ,Woman Knows."
"Coquette." "The Good Fairy,"
"Mary of Scotland" and "Victo "Victoria
ria "Victoria Regina." 'Despite the string
of triumphs, the star brooded a about
bout about her faPure "Caviar and
Cleopatra" for 15 years. Finally,
she had an opportunity to redeent
,bersell. In a Summer threatre she
once again starred is "C and C"
and won raves. Stars are al always
ways always try,ing to reach the stars;
'rhe Rooster Route will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be enlivened by )3ert
Lahr in "Du 'Barry Was a La,
dy." Mr. Lahr is a gifted funster
and a thoughtful one. Ask him
what makes a comedian great
and he explaiss: "He has a u u'
' u' nique method a unique personal
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Round Trip Excursion Fore
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of 111; good taste PCOS
out of the samcber'rek 01 apples
and some just stood', out.'Talenti
'There's 'tio;in-betweekl You eith
er have or yott haven't." !,
' Lahr, has a trait cOmmon
many 'clowns. He' is loonier,
As' he logitak.
is a business, a ueout busioesa,
If a man Aoesn't ,vorry, he
doesn't have' an interest nisi:,
Either he's a drunk or -,he, bor.
rows a buck. The &faience be.
tween .and any -other human
being is that I'D tell ow. my trou
Wes.

Shelley Winters fight up the
sky in a new drama; "A Piece of
Blue Sky". Ales rock...
et to the 'start begai -11011P.'
wood. She learned that Gerson ;
Kanin was auditioning .understu-,
dies for Judy Holliday's 'role in
"Born Yesterday," Shellex phoned .!
Kanin is New Vet rAS she. be'.
gan listing her. qualiftcaLions, the
jitters conouered her.She 'fluffed
an'd mumbled and &alb, hunt ;
up in confusion, Thakevening she
wrote an apologetic ekplanatioril
to Kanin. He replied that 'an AIM ;
derstudy had, been signed and
urged Shelley to uie .his letter 11'1
an introduction to his brother; :
movie. producer Mike KaMn;
M, 1Canints help, Shelley leaded
a role ,in the film, "A Doub;e1
Life," and was on her -way tet
the heights. -,

Working in playhouses &magi
the tumbleweeds isn't a lark. The;
discomforts are many.' Neverthe-
leis, love for the s theatre tOn'i
quer all. .ranchot- Tone, whol
is a millionaire, will spend the;
Summer touring in "Caesar and
Cleopatra." As Mr: Tone has ob observed:
served: observed: "Oh, the theatre will sur survive.
vive. survive. Only :in the -theatre cait
you get real tragic catharsict
Where else ean man get a
chance to do Oheckhov and 0'
Neill in one year? You couldn't.
do it in a lifetime of Hollywood."

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Hard work is the ineAtable se"
complice of success. Katherine
Cornell's skill was forged
Summer stock. During the early,
days of her career she perform performed
ed performed in rickety playhouses while
teinperatures soared to the infer inferno
no inferno vitit. While one,drama
played, the next week's offering
was rehearsed. The playing and
rehearsals demanded 12 to
hours daily effort. Out of that criti-v2
, ,, !,-1, -to
camoq titer. r114-

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the condonethe United States, or is it?
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Nature is no longer the sauta- out of the same 'barrel. of apples
ry star of the summer panora- and some just stood' nut.'Tsient-'
S ma. It has been boldly cnalleng- 'There's no in-betweew You eith
i ea by the aramatic efforts of mor- er have it or pit heyen't." !,
tall. Where the lofty grandeur of ,.
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WASMNGTON (UPI) -0 Sovietl
scientists told an international
health conference yesterday that
kve virus polio vaccine is safe, ef effective
fective effective 'and, has definite edvan-1
tages over: the Salk -killed-vicua
'ravine ;Ixteditt theUtuted,
VirnirVietinelutilien tea teaministered
ministered teaministered is snore 'than 2,250.0v
000 persons itt Russia during the
past,two years. Ithe first formal
scientific' report on the results
was presented by Dr. M.P. Chumak-0v,
direetor of the Polio Re Reimer&
imer& Reimer& -fristituts of Moscow, be,
fore a' 20-nation polio vaccine
conference. sponsored by he
World :Health Organisation.
He said the Soviet mass vaeci vaecination
nation vaecination program has yielded "con "convincing
vincing "convincing proof' that live virus
vaccine le ate.
Only' two definitely disposed
eases of politrartirtwo "dettilt)."
eaees have bees recorded r",lianong
children receiving ':trbe vaccine.
And Clunnako said evidence in,
dicates these,cases resulted from
spontaneous natural infection
rather...than from the vaccine.
Uve virus vacelms -.art not
eensed for use iri ttie United
States. The U.S. ,Public .1lealth
Service is not convinced they are
safe, and it believes Americans
should stiek for now it ,least to
the prtwen protection of Salk
shots.
Another pioneer researcher on
live virus vaccines, Dr. Herald R.
Cox of the tederle Laboratories,
told the conference he has deve developed
loped developed a successfin'"trivalent" vac vaccine
cine vaccine in which a single lose, tgkeu
by mouth, gives intnunity, to all
three type of polio; ,t
Previous 'studies haie Indl'eatia
that three separate doses of live
virus vaccine were requirelone
for each type. of vird'i,
Chumakov said Ali wb-oli
World is "grateful to Dr. Jonas

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Salk for hie great 'tontribution to
modern medicine" in developing
a killed virus polio vaccine. But
he said Salk vaccine "cannot be
considered quite satisfactory for
certain comities for eradication
of epidemic poliomyelitis."
Ile said the Salk vaccine falls
tot, sive. pretoctioo-to
14frlarge t Proportion-of 'Vaccines 'Vaccinesup
up 'Vaccinesup to 20. to 30 per cent? It is
costly to produce and hao to be
tulaninistered by iNection "which
is not very convement for mass
inoculations of millions of peo people."
ple." people." The most seriouadelect ef
killed virus vaccine,the Soviet
scientist said, is that it does, not
stop polio germs from circuleting
in the general. population and
causing epidemics among the un unvaccinated.
vaccinated. unvaccinated. WM Allied iivirus vaccine, he
ild,rprotent the va lited per per'son
'son per'son ligainorparalysis 'does not
prevent polio germs from multi multiplying
plying multiplying in his body and being
passed carlo others.
Chufakov said live virus vac vaceitiofte
eitiofte vaceitiofte ?Which the polio germs
Wove:leen weakened so that they
cle-not cause -paralysis but do
give itimunity to the disease disease"seemo
"seemo disease"seemo to us most. promising."

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WHAT'S UP DOC?
AUCKLAND, New Zealand.
(UPI) The' New Zealand Elmo&
casting Service' has withdrawn
from the air children's records
featuring characters speaking bad
grammar. Among them Is Bugs
Bunny.
A spokesman said' the banned
records had characters which
spoke with distorted vowels, and
the stories introduced idioms and
pronunciations below the accepted
standards ef good speech in New
Zealand.

.KUNAWAY. MONK ix, KIJJ-1D
LONDON ''(11PIY ,eicaped
monkey was shot yesterday on
government orders 'because it bad
been used In germ warfare ex experiment!
periment! experiment! and might infect per persons
sons persons who got near it. A farmer
spotted the 20-pound animal 'and
killed it.

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-.Q--,Senator Joseph S. ClariE (D (DP.a.)
P.a.) (DP.a.) called on Congress today
to track dovm on a "privileged
few", in business who abuSe tax taxexempt
exempt taxexempt expense accounts t pay
for lavish gilts, plush entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and even African safaxis.
Ile was one of four senators
urging' action on proposals de designed
signed designed to boost Treasury ,:evenue
bY 52,350,000,00 a year.
',The proposals were offered
amendments to- a, House Housepsssed
psssed Housepsssed bill to extend wartime
corporate and excise tax rates
another year.
The, administration appealed
for passage of the business businesssales
sales businesssales tax bill and coupled with
it a request that Congress grant
Ahe postal rate boost and gaso gasoline
line gasoline tax increase also sought by
PreSient Eisenhower.
'' Budget Director Maurice H.
Stant told the Senate Finance
Committee that failure to enact
the postal and gas tax bootss
would cost the Treasury more
than NO million dollars in anti anticipated
cipated anticipated revenues.

' DAILY
MEDITATION

(Prasented by. the Dapartmant
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church In Ma Mis
sionary Diocese of the Pans.
ma Canal Zane.)

1
St. Luke II:26
SATYRS IN THE CITY
"Then 'moth he, and taketh
te him seven ether spirits more
wicked than himself. .and the
last state of that mon Is worse
than the first."
There is a danger in reading
these diatribes against the na nations.
tions. nations. R can become a type of
projection by which we get rid
of our own sense of guilt. We
transfer it to those aonveniently
removed from us in space and
time.
This is a description of Baby Babylon.
lon. Babylon. Once the glory of kingdoms,
she is now reduced to the lair of
wild beasts and the home est de demons.
mons. demons. Satyrs dance In the eity.
But this ean be the fate tif any
man. Every MAU IS city. Like
Babylon we go merrily through
life with no thought for God or
man. We ignore the first and ex exploit
ploit exploit the second.
Yet ft h al building up to a
letdown. The day wiE come when
the enemy bereavement, sick
ness, losswill ravege our city
and lore will We
neglected to 'attract- if".inilid eta etasenry
senry etasenry of worthwhile activities
end enduring goals. Now we are
left to the ghosts and goblins,
haunted by regrets for what
might have been. The satyrs of
a misdirected fife danee it the
city.

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Me highway fund faces a big
deficit and the only alternative
to meeting it out of the 'Treas 'Treasury
ury 'Treasury would be for the President
to halt road-building allocations
to the States.
Stens. also urged the commit committee
tee committee to extend the 52 percent
corporate income tax rate and
present excise taxes on liquor,
autos and other items for a year
beyond July 1, when they are
due to drop.
The special levies were en enacted
acted enacted during the Korean war
and have been extended on a
year-to-year basis ever since.
,Clark urged approval of a
pair of amendments to the ex extension
tension extension bill to deal with taxes
on expens eaccounts.
Under present law, he said,
tax deductions have been alolw alolwed
ed alolwed on funds used to finance the
exchange of expensive gifts be between
tween between Hollywood film execu executives,
tives, executives, to pay for entertainment
at New York City's Stork CIA.
and at the Kentucky Derby and
New Orleans Mardi Gras.
Clark did not elaborate on his
reference to African safaris.

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ENGAGEMENT OF MISS JANICE LEE ROSCOE
TO RAYMOND W. BELL IS ANNOUNCED TODAY
Capt. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Roscoe of Margarita announce the
engagement of their daughter, Janice Lee Roscoe, to Mr. Ray.
mond W. Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Bell of Saco,
Maine.
The bride-elect was graduated from Cristbal High School
and the Chandler School Iv Women in Boston. She is presently
employed as a secretary at Boston University.
Mr. Bell was graduated from Thornton Academy and receiv
ed his bachelor's degree from Boston University.
The wedding is planned for August 16.
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US Embassy Official
Me Ambassador of Peru and
Mrs. Jose Francisco Mariategui
entertained at the embassy yes

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who are soon to leave for a new
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Chinese Women's League
To Sponsor Fair
For Children's Center
A festive fait, titled "One Week Weekend
end Weekend in China," will be sponsored
by the Chinese Women's League
of Panama July 31, August 2 and
3, it was announced today. The
event will be held at the Chinese
Club at Avenida Balboa in Pana Panama
ma Panama City.
The fair is being held to raise
funds for the construction of an
educational and recreational cen center
ter center for children The lot of land
has been granted to the League
by the Panama government.
Chinese art and other articles of
interest will be exhibited, and sur surprises
prises surprises and attractions are planned.

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the fair. Prizes include a washing
machine, hi-fi set, sewing machine
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Meeting
Gam and Mineral Society
Henry Sommerfreund of Pana Panama
ma Panama City, who was just return returned
ed returned from a trip to Europe, will be
guest speaker at the regular
meeting of the Canal Zone Gem
and Mineral Society tomorrow
evening at 7:30. The meeting will
be held in the club building in the
Balboa pier area.

JWB Batts Class
The batea classes held at the
Balhoa USO-JWB Service Center
will continue this evening at 7:30.
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as well as other interested per persons,
sons, persons, ar, invited to join the class
on any Thursday evening.

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(Dorothy Klee lien Is on va vacation
cation vacation Her guest columnist to today
day today is night club owner Sher Sherman
man Sherman Billingsley.)
For more ycars than I care to
admit sorre of the finest writing
geniuses of our day have been
badgering me to write a book.
It's a refrain that begins with
the late Damon Tunyon and
Meyer Berger and was picked up
by Westbrook Peg ler George Fra Frazier
zier Frazier Dorothy Kilgallen and Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Amory. Somehow I never
relished the idea of a book about
yours truly although we did have
a swell movie shot right here on
the premises tailed "S tork
Club.'
What made me see the light?
Had a premonition better do it
before someone else does. So
now 'I carry a pencil and pad a around
round around with me and am talking
my rpivate life away into a tape
recorder.
have
But let's look at the contents.
Many of my scribe Palls
said "Sherman why not make
it a spicy disclosure...take a few
swipes where they will do the
most good?" First place I have
no axe to grind and if I did I
wouldn't in public. But that
doesn't say the book won't be
peppercd with plenty of hot and
inside celebrityaoclety info.
It will chromele' heretofore offthe-record
incidents in my life
and the cast of characters who
helped weave this intricate pat pattern
tern pattern will share the limelight.
This tome may not read sm6oth sm6othly
ly sm6othly enough to rate literary ae aeclaim
claim aeclaim the epigrams may not
sparkle as brilliant as those of
my amfreres but I believe the
story If tire-I:stork will be capti.
vating one. Jor it's Horatio Al Alger
ger Alger all over again minus the au.
gar 'coating
I guess I will start when I was
a barefoot boy of six in Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma and the youngest of nine and
how my biggest problem wait
keeping a cache of 'candy stash stashed
ed stashed away for emergencies, how
picked plums, raised squabs,
washed dishes for a Mexican chi chili
li chili parlor and shooed flies off a
fat geezer who ran a soda pop
factory.
must have worked hard be.
cause al the tender age of 14
with savings from these variegat variegated
ed variegated ven;ures I acquired a half in.
terest in two drug stores. But
success surely spoiled Sherman
Billingsley because by the time
I was 17 bored with the drug'
dispensaries I swapped them for
a chain of groceries. An ,eyeQ
worse bore so reversed Aimee
Greeley and headed for tho big
bad East.
"Hayseeder" was the handle
they hung on me in those turbu turbulent
lent turbulent twenties or at least that's
what the city slickers thought un until
til until the apple-cheeked boy from
Oklahoma dug in for the long
null. Two months after bit New
York I was bad in drug stores
and within six months had be become
come become a chain store tycoon (well
practically).
As time went on my career
embraced such divergent Interests
as real estate, construction eat eateries
eries eateries and a saloon and that's
how the Stork was spawned.
in a pLish. hole in the wall on
West 58th Street.
I was off to a good start witty

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THE VbICE OF
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by Dorothy Killgallen

my' fabulous Stork, positive that
nothing could ,prevent my long
legged bird from occupying the
pinnacle I had pictured. the
most famous restaurant the
world has ever known
Moving to the East Side was re responsible
sponsible responsible for a metamorphosis in
thinking. I decided that my cli clientele
entele clientele would be strictly carriage
trade or nothing. This has reamin
ed my motto for quarter of a
centrury.
Observers of the day dubbed
me an avant garde restaurateur
due to my bag of super duper
techniques. A few "first" includ included
ed included introducing square and circu
tar cocktail bars to replace the
familiar rectangle; carpeting in
the bar area was first seen at
the Stork; ash trays with the
club's name scrawled on the side
made them into valuable souve souvenirs
nirs souvenirs while costly gifts ,to my ex exclusive
clusive exclusive customers put me in com competition
petition competition with Santa Claus.
Other innovations were in the
field of promotion most of which
was directed to young people in
good schools and colleges and
mailing lists were culled from
the Social Register and the Al Almanac
manac Almanac de Gotha.
Carefully highlighted in the
book will be my philosophy of
keeping the Stork so dignified
and repsectable that Mr. and
Mrs. Upper Crust can rest assur assured
ed assured that their teenage offsping
are being as carefully chaperon chaperoned
ed chaperoned as at a Sunday school picnic.
Believe it or not this passion for
perfect behavior on the part of
the patrons paid off as soon the
glitter circuit was channeling its
activities in our direction by the
carload.
Such renowened beauties as the
late Elanor "Cookie" Young, Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Baker, Brenda Frazer, Co-'
bins Wright Jr., Esme O'Brien
Gloria Vanderbilt and Oona O'-
Neill made the Stork their head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, We did (and etill do)
everything to keep our prize
guests amused, like launching the
first of the "society singers" with
Teddi Lynch later Mrs. Paull
Getty; hiring society girls to hen.'
dle our publicity on the theoryl
that they can best chronicle the
doings of their own set.
Of course I had a few head headaches
aches headaches to make this JO a conti continual
nual continual challenge, Once in the ear early
ly early dayr machinegun hoods Dutch
Schultz, Bo Weinberg And Julius
Martin waltzed in demanding
hag Mtereat langhed AMA they
Countered' with a guarantee of u uI
I uI Mon troubles. How prohetic I've
had them ever since.

Once I was forced to live in
the ch.!) buildings for t h re e
months iktithout emerging. .the
kidnapper "Mad Dog" Vincent
Coll was out to snatch me for
ransom Ironically enough it was
during that period that a gover governors'
nors' governors' convention was being held
in New York and in the course
of one nignt 40 governors drop dropped
ped dropped in to say hello never realiz realizing
ing realizing I was a virtual prisoner
The postscript of my book will
read "I've never done anything
in my life that wouldn't do o over
ver over again''

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South's played a trump to dum dummy,
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on the king of clubs and was now
ready to attack the diamond wit.
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NEWS

Chiriqui Ledge
is Reorganized
The honorary Chiriqui Lodge,
Order of the Arrow for Eoy
Scouts, was reorganized at a
special meeting last week.
Named officers at the reorga reorganization
nization reorganization meeting Were Frd Mq5C-'
ly, chief; Charles Rentz, 'V e e echief;
chief; echief; Archie Carroll, secretary;
Frank McLeod, treasurer; and B.
Stephan, assistant secretary.
The Order of the ,Arrow is an
honorary ,organization within the'
Canal Zene Boy Scout Council
that recognizes as members out outstanding
standing outstanding I t
During the 'reorgardiatioti meet'.
ing it was decided that all Scout
and Explorer Units may imme immediately
diately immediately elect candidates within
their units for induction into the
honorary order.
The induction ceremony will be
held at Camp Chagres -during
the first week of August. The
next general meeting of the
group will be held next Tuesday,
at 7 p.m. aCCamp Chagres.
The executive committee of the
Chiriqui Lodge, in addition to
the above named officers, con consists
sists consists of Dan Daniels, L, Blidd
llaberstick, Ed Oilman and Rus Russell
sell Russell Jones. Gary Bell is chairman
of the ceremony committee and
Carl Wide 11 is chairman of the
membership 'committee. Advisors
sre West Townsend, Vincent Ma Mari
ri Mari W. R. Price,, Frank Rudolf,
C. J. Holmes and' R. E. Cox.

Throo Sonior Scouts
Loss For Roundup
Three Senior Girl Scouts from
the Cana! Zone left Tocumen Air Airport
port Airport Wednesday for Miami, first
stop in their trip to the Girl
Scout Senior Roundup to be hpld
July 3 through 12 near Colorado
Springs, Colo.
Mary Anne Bowen and Marvel
davison of Balboa senior Troop
BO and Sydney Townsend of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Senior Troop 24 will be offi official
cial official representatives of the Canal
Zone Girl Scouts at the encamO encamOment.
ment. encamOment. A fourth representative,

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Jane Vianard of Balboa Senior
Troop 80, left for the States early
in June and will join the others
at the roundup. Ten thousand
teen-age gh-ls from all states and
territories of the United State
and from twenty, other countries
will 'pa rticipate.4 '611
'The Canal Zone Gem and Min Mineral
eral Mineral Society furnished the Sen...
ior Scouts with numerous tum tumbled
bled tumbled stones and rocks in the
rough to display, and trade, in ineluding
eluding ineluding samples of n the unusual
Guinea Point- black agate. Mrs.(
William Allen presented each'
light with takePtV tot,,-- renew',
nian pennies for ."awaps," -Mrs.
R. M. Walther helped them
make tembleques, John F. Fla.
tau donated picture postearda of
the area, and the public informa.
tion office of the Panama Canal
Company furnished literattire on
the Canal for the girls to ,clistri.
bute. Other i"swapa,!' indluding
postcards and small souvenirs of
Panama, were contributed by va various
rious various Girl Scout troops.
Projection slides showing scenes
from Panama and a tzip through
the Canal were loaned to the
girls by the Diablo Camera Club.
FrecrDeVi Sill taped a talk on
the history of the Canal, and the
Panama Canal Company furnish.
ed maps. Boyd Bros., nc., of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, presented each girl with
a pollera-clad doll.
Because they will want to talk
to girls from other countries,. the thegirls
girls thegirls learned eVery-day expres expressions
sions expressions in foreign' languages. Mrs.
Lunen Davis instructed them in
German, Mrs. Shirley Haselden
in French and Mrs.Leon R. Gray
in Japanese. The girls, already
know Spanish.
Camping instruction was given
by Miss Iola Arnold, Mrs. Mar.
garet Coate, Mrs. Valerie
Scluveter and Mrs. Bea Strode.
After the Roundup the four
girls will return to Alabama, Mai
ry Anne and Marve to Mobile
and Sydney and Jane to Bir.
mingham. There they will be
guests in the homes of Girl
Scouts before returning to the
Canal Zone early in August.

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' Arthur J. O'Leary, nestlyelect
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T'-of the Federal government ,Ac
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.tioduced by Lt. Col. A. A. Tisane,
outgoing president, at a dinner
meeting tomorrow- evening. The
event will be held in the"- Tern
goom of the Guest Rouse.
- James, rldton will announce
other election results, then pre.
sent new officers and directors
r, for the coming fiscal year.

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'Presentation of the association's
echolarship to James Benson, a
Canal. Zone Jtm for College) fresh.
man, will be a highlight of the
meeting.
Th 7:30 dbmer will be pre.
, ceded l)y a hospitality hour at
Tickets for members and guests
may be obtained from Bill Am.
brose, Corozal 2297; James Fulton
Balboa 1118; KatMeen McGuigan,
Balboa 2515; Bob Roche, Balboa
2535; or Lt. Col. TISOrle, Albrook
2221.

oallield Railroad Merger
Oposition Virtually Over

Associate Warden G. V. Rich Rich-
- Rich- ardson said it wasn't known if the
- ringleaders and their associates
were just malcontenti, if they
really Were tryint to escape or
if the riot broke out because of a
minor altercation.
"With thit type of mental pa patient
tient patient there is no way to know until
they tell us what caused the riot rioting,"
ing," rioting," Richardson said,
AS law officers unleashed their
assault on ths ward, rioters over overturned
turned overturned beds and chairs, poured
liquid soap on, the floors and start startad
ad startad several small fires.
The guards were put in one cell
facing the onrushing bulldozer so
they would be hit first if any shots
were fired. Settle said the entire
assault took only 12 minutes, but

Couple Who 'Left
Baty To Die' Get
6 Melds in Jail

ROANOKE, Jim 25 wri) ;-
, Opposition to a merger of the
Norfolk' and Western and the
Virginian Railways virtually col collapsed
lapsed collapsed today in a 45-minute Inter Inter,
, Inter, 'state Commerce Commission
(ICC) hearint
Anticipated object's frOM 'the
Princess Anne County, Va. board
of supervisors amounted to a for formality.
mality. formality.
, The board had adopted a reso resolution
lution resolution asking the ICC to delay its
, decision on the merger until the
protection of some 400 employes
of the two lines in the count)! was
assure&
Richard C. Webbon, executive
secretary of the board, said he
smderstood the employes are sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with job protection arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, but offered the rekolution
becaute of the board's instrue instruetons.
tons. instruetons. Some 10 witnetses, representing
governing bodies, Andustries and
industrial development groups
presented resolutioni or state statement
ment statement endonsing the proposed
merger.
The combination, whith hits
been overwhelmingly approved by
stockholders of the two lints,

SPRINGFIELD, Mo., June 25
(UPI) --The warden of the U.S.
Prison Medical Center said today
that three, men were ringleaders
, of the riot in which five guards
were held prisoner for 16 hours.
The riot was put down Tuesday
by a bulldozer and tear gas attack
by guards and policemen, who
freed the hostages. ,
,
'' Virden lusself 41.4SettlirsIsaid
there still was no explanation for
the Hot and probably would be
none until the rioters decide to
talk. Ie did not identify the ring ringIeaders
Ieaders ringIeaders but said he might do so
today.
Only SO of the 106 prisoners
confined in the homosexual wing
Of the sprawling hospital actively
participated in the outbreak.
The five gutrds held captive
said they had been positive they
were going to be killed in the fi final
nal final minutes before a five-pronged
assault forte of 125 lawmen broke
into the wing and freed them. The
prisoners had no guns. They were
armed with knives.
All five guards, stripped to their
shorts, were injured, one serious

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wotdd create a huge carrier with
2746 miles of track serving the
coal gelds of southwestern Vir Virgirlie
girlie Virgirlie and the port of Norfolk, Va.
Today's hearing was the second
of three before ICC Examiner
Paul C. Albus.
Four days of testimony were
last week in Washington and the
third and final hearing will be
held on Monday in Princeton, W.
'Va., headquarters of the Virgin Virginian.
ian. Virginian. The N and W is headquartered
in Roanike.
N and W president Stuart T,
Saunders was cross-examined
briefly by D Grove Moler, at-I
torney for the Mullins, W. Va.,'
Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber had Intervened in
the case becausc of protests from
a large portion of the Virginian
employes who constitute about 43
percent of the city's work force.
But Moler indicated after the
hearing the Chamber probably
would withdraw as an interventor.
Saunders said the merger would
put Ms line in "much better
competitive position" with coal
from "Iron! Cuartain countries,
natural gas and oil."

Five Hostage Prison Guards
Positive They'd Be Killed

that it was some time later be before
fore before prisoners were herded back
tO their pals with orders to clean
'them up.
As officers ramnied through a
heavy metal door the patients
used as a barricade, one guard,
William L. Fitch, 45, slipped out
to safety.
"Io the last five minutes before
we were freed," he said, "we felt
positive we Ave4.,,goieg le diet
Following to safety were Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Appleby, 85, Robert Rosen Rosendahl,
dahl, Rosendahl, 38, Charles Allen, 48, and
June, 87.
Rosendahl had severe scalp
laceration and WAR hospitalized,
believed in serious condition. The
other four guards suffered slight
knife wounds and were treated.

Shrimp Consumption
On Upgrade In US

Aimee Mit' 'are WIN more
shrimp.
That's the report of PIMA
shrimpman Leroy W. Watson, ex executive
ecutive executive vice-president of the
Pearl Island Seafood Co., just
back from the annual meeting of
the Shrimp Association of the
Americas in Mexico City.
U. S. consumption showed a
marked increase last year as a
result of shrimp being available
lo more varied and attractive
frozen lood packages, and the
public being more shrimp cons conscious,
cious, conscious, Watson said.
The delegates to the, Mexico
City meeting voted to stress
quality and raise sanitary con conditions
ditions conditions to a new high in order to
combat increased shrimp imports
to the United States by eastern
companies, Watson said.
Watson declared that his Pearl
Island Company's new p ling
equipment has put quality and
Bonita"' control on a par with
the finest plants in the world.
Watson and Eddie Edmonds, ge genersil
nersil genersil manager of Pearl Island,
were reelected directors of the
issociation of the Ame rice I,
whose goo members re pretent
shrimn interests in Mexico, the
United States and Panama.

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P1404.:Qh,Lpng 7 Terni:BdOs

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WASHINGTON, June 25 WM--
President Eisenhower, foreseeing
a long life for the foreign aid pro program,
gram, program, asked Congress today to
put military aid on a long-term
basis and give tbe Defense De DePartment
Partment DePartment control over it
The President :tent to the House
and Senate proposed changes in
the aid program which were rec recommented
ommented recommented by his spezial commit-,
tee on military assistaice.
The President said he probably
would put into effect himself 12
other changes not requiring legis legislative
lative legislative action.
In proposing that aid planning
be put on a long-term basis, Wil William
liam William H. Draper Jr.. head of the
committee, said: "We can't fight
a 100-year war, which I suppose
tbis is, by a year-to-year ap apprach."
prach." apprach." Neither Draper nor Eisenhower
said just how long they thought
the multi-billion dollar aid pro program
gram program would have to be continued.
But the chief executive said
that. acting on his own, he ex expected
pected expected to provide for the planning
mil;tary aid to allied nations
on a three-year and eVentually a
five-year basis.
To help, he asked Congress to
amend the mutual securitY law
so there would be "a oontinuing
authorization" for military aid
that would provide "a sound leg legislative
islative legislative framework for multi multiyear
year multiyear planning and programming.'

Eisenhower also said that mil mil!tray
!tray mil!tray aid should be included in
the defense budget "in order to
center responsibility for adminis administering
tering administering the program more positive positively
ly positively in the Defense Department."
The State and Defense depart department
ment department now share responsibility
for formulating military aid polities.

But Draper said theY frequently
quarrel over various programa.
As he put it, they sometimes exer exercise
cise exercise their responsibilities "in a
contentious rather than a fully
cooperative mermen!'
Even if planning and authoriza authorization
tion authorization of the aid program were
placed on a long-run basis, Con Congress
gress Congress still would have to provide
funds each year.
The President also endorsed the
Draper commitee's recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation that the Secretary of State
and US. ambassadors be given
greater voice in setting military
aid levels.
But once policy is established, it
said. defense officials should have
clearer authority to carry, out the
program, free of State Depart Department
ment Department interference. on military de details.
tails. details. t,wf !arf : t:'
The committee also urged that
military aid be reviewed constant constantly
ly constantly to eliminate outlays which no
longer benefit the nation's secu security.
rity. security. The committee is composed of
formo,,r government mlitary lead leaders.
ers. leaders. This wet "its 'second interitn1
report.
The President endorsed its pro proposals
posals proposals in letters to Speaker Sam
Rayburn and Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. NIX0,11.

Rio Abajo Pastor
Back From States

Rev. W. J. Johnson, pastor of
the Rio Abajo Church of God, has
just returned from the Internation International
al International Convention of the Church of
God held in Anderson, Indiana. He
WAS among over 20,000 persons
from throughout North America
and several foreign oountries who
attended.
In a message receiv-id here this
week, Dr. Lester A. Crose, secret secretary
ary secretary of the Missionary Board of the
Church of Crod, thanked Rev. John Johnson
son Johnson for representing Panama and
the Canal Zone Churches of God
in this year's convention. The mis missionary
sionary missionary board celebrated its 50th
anniversary this year.

Autopsy Confirms Suicide
Of TV Superman Reeves

HOLLYWOOD, (1.1PI) Coro Coroner
ner Coroner Theodore J. Curphey said
yesterday a "full and complete"
autopsy on TV Superman George
Reeves confirmed earlier police
findings that the actor was a
Fulcide.
"It is my opinion that the
wound was self-inflicted," the
Los Angeles County coroner said
following the second post-mortem
examination of Reeves'
body.
Police reopened their inves investigation
tigation investigation of the case Tuesday
and Curphey called for the sec second,
ond, second, more comprehensive autop autopsy.
sy. autopsy. Reeves was found shot to
death in his home June 16, and
police ruled the death a suicide
at that time.
"The examination of bones of
the head and Of the brain es establishes
tablishes establishes the fact that the fa fatal
tal fatal wound wu of a close. com compact
pact compact nature producing eyten eytensive
sive eytensive fractures of the skull and
marked damage along the
wound tract," Curphey said.
"From these findings, coupled
with reports supplied this office
by the pOlice, It 18 my opinion
that the wound was self-inflicted."

0504B Planning
New Art Course

A new class in art is being
planned at the USO-JWB.
in response to requests by
many Zonians, the Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa is
preparing to offer an art course
d enough students to form a
class are found.
Martin Farbman, a serviceman
stationed at Fort Amador, has
offered to teach the class. A New
York attorney in civilian life,
Farbman stued art 8A the Now
York University College of Eine
,Arts and at Pratt Institute of
New York. He has taught at the
Bfooklyn Museum and also wall.
bited in Brooklyn. He also studi studied
ed studied at the Museum of Modern Art.
Farbman, who has instructed
in oils and watercolors to group
classes is also prepared to assist
with charcoals and sketching.
Because of the proposed pro.
fessional status of this new
Course,' Ittudents 'Will' be asked to'
pay a small cherge, the 17SO 17SOJWB
JWB 17SOJWB said.
Anyone interested in the course
is asked to contact the USO USOJWB,
JWB, USOJWB, either b3r telephone (Bal (Balboa
boa (Balboa 1072), or in person, leaving
his name and telephone number.

GI Ville On Trial
In German Court
For Knifing Hubby

DARMSTADT, Germany June
23 ---.(111,I)Mrs. Emma tee Chea Cheaves,
ves, Cheaves, on trial here for man manslaughter,
slaughter, manslaughter, told a West German
clAurt today of her husband's af affair
fair affair with a German woman.
IVirs. Cheaves, the first Amer American
ican American defendent ever to face a
West German court, testified that
her husband drank, beat her
and boasted of his infidelity.
The 30-year-old Negro woman,
of Bainbridge, Ga., is on trial for
the aitt-ged stabbing of her hus husband,
band, husband, Sgt. Oliver Cheavea, 49, of
Heflin, Ala. last Aug. 15.
She said that ever since they
came to Germany in May, 195,
he came home late at night and
sometimes stayed away from
home for entire weekends.

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LOS ANGELES, June U WM)
Two large sharks were killed in
southern California coastal wet wet.,
., wet., I ers today. One had a man's
ltfirms Suicide watch in its stomach.
A boat captain, Joe St. Denis.
said the watch was badly, deter deteriorated
iorated deteriorated and could have been in in'man
'man in'man Reeves side the figh anywhere from 24
hours to as long es week or
two.
Tte shark was killed with four
blasts from a 3040 rifle about 11
Detectives conferred yester yestermiles
miles yestermiles off Catalina Island. The
day with Arthur Weissman, exe exewatch
watch exewatch was given to jeweler who
cutor of the actor's estate, con concerning
cerning concerning reports that about 55000 will
The shark was 12 1-2 feet Ione,
wu taken in a bifrglary of ettemot to identify it.
and weighed an estmated 750
Reeves' home after his Death.
Pounds. It was tnwed to.the island
They also questioned him con concerning
cerning concerning possible new leads on
the television performer's death. Latnsdbeclluyt.open. The watch was in
The second shark was more
Police said they learned that than 11 feet long. weighed 776
Reeves' fiance said in New York 001Indi anti was captnred a mile
and a half off the Beibos Diet
she took WOO in traveler's
checks from the house and when-it became tangled in s
fishing net and was harpooned.
gave them to her Los Angeles
Newa of the two killings came
attorney, Leon Kaplan. Kapian
confirmed the story and said as authoeitleit stennet4 offnrt it
the money would be turned over "al"' I'heritl nee rif ,ehich
to the estate. et at skin diver off San Diego
nine flaYS ago.
Attorney Milton Tyre said he Poliee doubted the watch cmild
had no prior knowledge of the have heirmeed m the diver. Pn PnWOO
WOO PnWOO in traveler's checks. bert L. Pamperin, 33 since he
Tyra said he would ask a was not wearing any lewelry.
hearing on Reeves' Will next
July 10 SIR WALTER SUS DRIVER
Lt. iarl Varce of West Los ATLANTA RIM George W.
Angeles police said detectives Rigdon, bus driver, was offi
Ray R. Darden arid Frank Gra- daily commended by the City
vante were Investigating pub- Transit ayetem for carrying a
lished reports of irregularities waitinq woman passenger across
in the case. la mud puddle so she could get on.

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As Cops Bag Boys, Bombs

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) .A1 Atter arresting the brothers at

cold-eyed college boy and his kid
Ibrother .surrendered meekly to
police yesterday in spite of warn warnings
ings warnings they had turned themselves
into "human bombs," and woul4
blow up anybody who tried to ar arrest
rest arrest them.
Jefferson County police, acting
on a telephone tip, found Joseph
Hecker, HI, hiding on,the roof of
Ms uncle's house at suburban
Fern -Creek, and a few minutes
later discovered his bro t n r,
James, 23, cowering behind a
eard box in a basement playroam.
Neither of them had any bombs
on their persons, or were armed
except for a pocket knife carried
by James.
'Me two brothers had been the
oblect of a police search since
Sunday, when they were caught
by a night watchman trying to
bruglarize a St. Louis, Mo., bowl bowling
ing bowling alley A third brother, Gerald,
20, was Raptured by the night nightwatohman.
watohman. nightwatohman. James said he threw a home homemade
made homemade bomb that blew a hole in
the bowling alley wall. He sald
he made five bombs and bsis t,,,o
of them hidden in the St. Louis
Arena adjoining the bowling Ri Riley.
ley. Riley. This statement touched off a
search of the arena by employes.
who found not two, but three
bombs, in the bowling alley area
of the building.

CASA ZALDO

the home of Cheir uncle, D. T.
Jones, police disarmed a bomb,:
they found on the dashboard of a-,
car hidden in a wooded area
nearby. The brothers had drives :
the car, belonging to their lath--!:
er, from Missouri, arriving here hereearly
early hereearly Monday morning.
,
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Pollee were 'told that Junes has
attended Washington Unlverbitr
in St. Louis and that he served.,
with an Army demolition., squats:,
in Germany.

James was placed in a cell In
the Jefferson jail while Joseph
was held at children's center,
pending arrival of Missouri authorities.

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J. : :rot the Federal government,. AC- meeung. s , pre. a long Ide for the foi-el n aid ro' ers todav. One had a man's 1143 utrY Liam 'Au Lieu taivimscivre ustr mows itt I woouea area. s '--
1 : --4 gountants Associatibn, will be in- The -7:30 dbmer will be
gram, esked Congress today to
14 P I Autopsy Confirms Suicide into "human bombs," and would nearby. The brothers had driven e ss .'
watch in its stomach. blow up anybody who tried to ar- the car, belonging to their lath-Ss '-' '.
n .. )1,.. oduced by Lt. Col A. A. Tisoce, ceded by i hospitality hour at
put ntilitary aid on a long-term A boat caPtain, Joe St. Detds,
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' ,', butgoing president, :at s a dinner 6:30.-es said the watch was badly, deter deter,
, deter, basis and give tbe Defense ,D,e- Tv
I. -, 7-, sneeting tomorrow, evening. Thu Tickets for members and guests iorated and could have been in- Jefferson County police, acting early Monday morning
on a telephone tip, found Joseph
,s. . s -, event -will be held in the! Fern may,. be obtained Irom Bill Am- Partment control Over it.
The President sent to the House Superman Reeves Hecker, 18, hiding on ,the roof of
fawbromt Police were told that Janie bas7::':: i,
.--- -; goom el the Tivoli Gued House. brose, Corozal 2297;. James Fulton
and Senate proposed changes in s side the nth anywhere from 24
litnunters,
Ms uncle's houae at suburban attended Wathington Univs
mar t
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Bob Roche. Balboa the aid program which were rec- hours to as long Ss week or
two. rieternr -erdiscetokv,erenedd hies
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',, for the cbming fiscal year. 2221. tee on military assistance. HOLLYWOOD, (1.7PI) Coro- Detectives conferred yestet yestet,
, yestet, e blasts from a 30-30 rifle about 11 James, 23, cowering behind a in Germany. ,,
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Neither of them had any bombs James was placed in a tell In'
, will ttempt to identif it. :-
would put into effect himself is autopsy on Tv superman George cerning reports that about $5000 a Y on their persons, or were armed the Jefferson jail while Joseph s
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..,....o other changes not requiring legis- Reeves confirmed earlier police wu taken in a burglary of
lative action,
In proposing that aid planning euicide.,
findings that the actor wu it Reeves' home after his aeath
They also questioned him con conbe
be conbe put on a long-term basis, Wil- "It is my opinion that the cerning pouible new leads on
.liam H. Draper Jr.. head of the wound was self-inflicted," the the television performer's death.
committee, said: "We can't fight Los Angeles County coroner said
a 100-year war, which I suppose following the second post-more Police said they learned that The shark was 12 1-2 feet Ion,'
and weighed an estmated 750 by James.
Pounds. It wastnwed to,the island
and cut open. The watch was in
its belly.
The second shark was mere except for a pocket knife carried was held at children's center,e ,':
The two brothers had been the
object of a police search since
Sunday, when they were caught
pending arrival of Missouri att- -.
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by a nieht watchman tr in t fkin a'r a um, 'mil a i Tri ,: ,,
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than 11 feet long. weighed 776 Y t iste, i i 'a mei i tete LA I G
ooends anti was captered a mile bruglanze a St. Louis, Mo., owl- -,
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' ROANOKE, June 25 (UPI) e- d create a huge carrier with this is, by a year-to-year ap- tem examination of Reeves' Reeves' fiance said in New York
prach." , body. she took WOO in traveler's and a 1
a hal off the Be bna Diet ing alley A third brother, Gerald,
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For ambitious studetits
20 was cap ured by the night night'
' night' G itto to a merger of the 2746, miles of track serving the Police reopened their inves- checks from the house and ----
when- it became tangled in a to enroll in ; ,'. i
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, -' Norfolk' Aind western am the coat ewe of southwestern Vir- Neither praiser nor Eisenhower tigation of the case Tuesday gave them to her Los Angeles fistine net end waft eereooned.
James said he threw a h -,,,
, s .s: s Virginian Railways virtually col- ghee and'the port of Norfolk, Va. said just how long they thought and Curphey called for the sec- attorney, Leon Kaplan. Kaphin New' et the twe "line' 'ewe mad b b th t bl h nia Of y ases '.
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lapsed todae in a45-minute Inter- Toeay's heartne mil the second the multi-billion dollar aid pro- ond, more comprehensive autop- confirmed the story and said as euthorities stennet4 "I'lesseenrt.; the towreg a. ella a1111 a Hs3le !td1 i
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, 'state s Cominerce: PIIMMISSiOn of three tsefore7 ;cc Examiner gram would have to be contineed. ay. Reeves was found shot to the money would be turned over "eines "Ilrirl n" ne "th--I i'l' he made live PomY bwa 'd tele ?el,' Summer Courses at die si
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(ICC): hetrint- Paul C. Alb But the chief executive said death in his home June le. and te the estate. et at skin diver off San Diego a an s
of them hidden in the St. Louis
r' Knights of Columbus HalL
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Anticipated ohjectien from 'the rour days of testimony were that. acting on his own, he ex- police- ruled the death a suicide nine slaYS ago. 1,
.. Classe fo all
Arena adjoining the bowling iii- S r ages frommrs frommrs'.,
'., frommrs'., s Princess Anne CoutitY, Va. board last week in Washington and the pected to provide for the planning at that time. Attorney Milton Tyre said he Poliee doubted tho watch Id
coil ley. school tots on up-Beginnere i. s
of supervisore amOtmted to a for- third- and linal heefine will be .of milttary aid to allied tuitions 'Me examination of bones of had no
petits'. --- held on Monda in Princeton, W on
' The board had adopted a reso- Va., headquarters of the Virgin- st
Y a three-year and eventually a the head and Of the brain eseee-year
basis. tablishes the fact that the fa- prior knowledge or the ,eive eelne
$4000 in treveler's checks, 'sad '1 thn dlyrt Pn- This statement touched off a
bert L. Pamterin 33 since he
Tyre said he would ask it was not wearing any lewelry.
- search of the arena by employes. Intermediates Advanced .."
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, svho found not two, but three
lution asking the ICC to delay its hue To help, he asked Congress to tat wound wu of a close) come hearing on Reeves' Will next CHARACTER ACROB no ;,5;'
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' decision on the merger until the The N and w is headquartered amend the mutual security law Pact nature producing eyten- - -- SIR WALTIR PIUS DRIVER bombs, in the bowling alley area
of the building. & TUMBLING ,s :
' protection of some 400 employes le Roanike. so there would be "a continuing sive fractures of the skull and Lt. Earl Varce of West Los ATLANTA RIM -George W. '
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of the tWo lines in the county was N and W president Stuart T. authorization" for military aid marked damage a I o n g the Angeles police said detectives Rigdon, 0 bus driver. was off'. 1 s.,1
assured. '' Saunders was cross-examined that would provide "a sound leg- wound tract," Curphey said. Ray E. Darden arid Frank Gra- chilly commended by the City N..................................m....m...............,..m, '';
, Richard C. Webbon, executive briefly by D Grove Meter, at- islative framework Mr multi- "From these findings, coupled vante were investigating pub- Transit sysfem for carrying e , ,,
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, tmderstood the employes are sat- Chamber of Commerce. ming.' by the police, it is my opinion in the case.. la mud puddle so she could get on.
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'allied with job protection arrange- The chamber had intervened in that the wound was self-inflict-
men but offered the rekolution the case because of protests from Eisenhower also said that mil- ed." 4 .i
beeaute of the board's instrue a large portion of the Virginian itray aid should be included in ir.:0.,--07-S---.1..., i
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, tons. .. ,' employes who constitute about 45 the defense budget "in order to sessee sie;sees 1
, Some 10 witseises, representing percent of -the city's work force. center responsibility for admires. 0504VB Planning NI'''' -;-----'1 -- 7110111Tv
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governing. bodies, Andustries and :But Stoler indicated after the tering -the program 'more positive- le. -,,,, ,-,,,,:..-----. ,,,,,,,ere , t is
industrial development g r o u p a hearing the Chamber probably ly in the Defense Department." sS:5,--- ----:(11--- ,,,, f VASES t ,.
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presented resolutioni or state- would withdraw as an interventor. The State and Defense depart- New Art Course ,t, if .,-,,,,,
FIGURINES ..
,, anent endonsing the proposed Saunders said the merger would ment now share responsibility --. --,,,,,sioill ese e ... QUINK
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The potThe combination, whith hit competitive position" with coal kies. A new class in art is being
f DINNER SETS
been ovenvhelmingly approved by from "Iron! Cuartain countries, planned at the USO-JW13.
, to R K
0 P A ..0'"'t ,, Washable Royal Blue
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stockholders of the two lints, natural gas and oil." But Draper said thee frequently In response to requeste by ..,- ss, amps- s Washabte ()chill washes easily
quarrel over various programa. many Zonians, the Armed Forces Ise'', front clothing and lingers. Vor
.-,--' ..-- aosO safety-WuhableQuink. korner. AND MANY OTHER USEFUL ITEMS FOR
As he put it, they sometimes exer- Service Center in Balboa is ...i
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Five Hostage Prison Guar s cise their responsibilitien
contentious rather than a fully It
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enough a udents to form a menence-Perrnanent guink,
pen cleansing licalv-X. ,
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DON'T MISS IT!
. I Even if planning and authorize- Martin Farbman, a serviceman OUINK INK iS A PRODUCT Ott THE PARKIN OlIN COMPANV
nilor Positive They d Be Killed tion of the aid program were stationed at Fort Amador, has e............ ,.............., ese........... s,,.......,,,.,---,.... se-se....,-... ).
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iarly placed on a long-run basis, Con- offered to teach the class. A New Prices Drastically Slashed!
hers. areas still would have to provide York attorney in civilian life, ' ,.s I
sand o -- funds each year. Farbman stued art at the Now COME to:
and
' SPRINGFIELD, Mo., June 25 that it was some time later be The Preaident also endorsed the York Univereity College of Eine i ; i I
atet and at Pratt Institute of scENTRAL THEATRE
(UPI) --eThe warden of the U.S. fore prisciners were herded back 'Draper commitee's recommenda- :S's
tries tew Y k. If h
or e as taught at the 'stets 111ORRISON'S
Prison Medical Center said Wee te their Pale With, Prders to clean tion that the Secretary of State Bf k
, oo lyn Museum and also exhi e-- ,,,-,7 -, N ': A
Mi.: that three, men were ringleaders them up. and U.S. ambassadors be given 4th of July and "J" Street ,"
, of the riot in which five guards As officers ramnied throu bited in Brooklyn He also studi studigh
gh studigh a greater voice in setting military d 1
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were held prisoner for 16 hours. heavy metal door the patients aid levels. e Fatot)hmesnMuseemo ohfalMogternucA "I'm willing 1
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the The riot was put down Tuesday used as a. bArterlicales, solLeprourdi iBaiudt odnecfeenreliocfvfic
iisalesstgahboluireda,vit in oaes and' wn
watercolors to group k ..
in. by a bulldozer and tear gas attack Witham L d h e ,
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classes is also prepared to assist Near Santa Ana Plaza a'
sual ' ho to safety
by guards and policemen, w il : clearer authority to carry, out the wsh
i charcoals and sketching. to give her k
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lire,: freed the hostages.. s e ,, e , n the laid five minutes before Program, free of State Depart- -Because of the proposed pro i A ZALDO'sle Calidonla i 4
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. .,)! ,f i.,.,:, , ., ,, we were freed," he said, "we felt ment tnterference on military de- feast
eieb' ' k 0,, onal status of this new i
' ss's Virden Russell sOseSettlwasaid' positive we Averasgolog,.to diet tails. reef s agrf 1; eour lid nt 'Will 'be d ' '
se.' e s 'sake to ' s" '' s". a I tiny -la v.,0-1,rm
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the Hot and probably wesuld be ard Appleby, 55, Robert Rosen- The committee also urged that s'wei said.
q
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Fia none until the rioters decide to dahl, 38, Charles Allen, 48, and military aid be reviewed constant- Anyone inter ted i
r es n the course ,,.-, wtth no 4,,, ..i,
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of talk. lie did not identify the ring- , ly to eliminate outlays which no is asked to contact the USO "4' .47N4,- 1
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leaden but laid he might do so Rosendahl had a severe scalp longer benefit the nation's secu- JWB, e .. A -.,
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ep one (Ba i 44 i
nal today. laceration and was hospitalized, :Sty. boa 1072), or in person, leaving
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ihs All five guards, stripped to their That's the re rt of Panama
.a. shorts, were injured, one HMOS- ,. Po
unrimpman Leroy W. Watson, ex- ves, on trial here for man- -,,,
ith 1Y- ecutive vice-president of the Rev. W. J Johnson, pastor of slaughter, told a West German s. I
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, ar jus returned from the Internation- fair with a German woman.
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e tion of the Church of IVIrs. Cheaves, the first Amer- 0
whoscexciting fife you ii share
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Se- leaders and their associates the Shrimp Association of the
nng -et . .t
God held in Anderson, Indiana. He ican defendent ever to face a l
a were just malcontenti, if they Americas in Mexico City. in FANNIE HURST'S daring 1 ,, --,
's. really were tryitig to escape or U. S. consumption showed a WAS among over 20,000 persons West German court, testified that ,
he if the riot -broke out because of a marked increase last year as a from throughout North America her husband drank, beat her bes Weller
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!nt minor altercation. result of shrimp being available and several foreign oountries who and boasted of his infidelity.
ty le more varied and attractive attended. The 30-year-old Negro woman, ,
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1Y "With Oda tyre of inental pie frozen food packages, and the In a message receiv'ed here this of Bainbridge, Ga., is on trial for es -- es es es A.,. s 1 sss .i
tient there is no way to know until public being more shrimp eons. week, Dr. Lester A. Crose, secret- the altrged stabbing of her hus- cation of ire ..
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me," Richardson iaid, The delegates to the Mexieo Church of Crod, thanked Rev. John. Heflin, Ala. last Aug. 15. CO 0 s S ' P se' 1
0 son for representing Panama and She Fold that ever sinee they ;sr's:44X e'''' ?,
City meeting voted to' stress
t. AI law officers unleashed their lit d
ua y an raise sanitary con- the Canal Zone Churches of God came to Germany in May, 1957,
eliessee i
r assault on the ward, rioters over- Lions to a new high in order to
in this year's convention. The mis- he came 'home late at nitht and SOON ON THE MOTION PICTURE SCREEN ?x,
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e liquid soap on-the flors and start- to the United States by eSstern anniversary this year. home for entire weekends.
e ed several small fires. os ,.
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teem eed see la& na 11 and sees podding ere
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Pali' Ridihts

Moves Orioles Td,AVithin
Half-Game Of Fii-sf Place

By MILTON RICHARDS
NEW YORK, June 25 (UPI) Paul Richards
is maldng Oscar of the 'Waldorf look like sntall pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, considering the fantastic results he's getting by
mixing a pinch of chicken salad with some old leftovers.

And if you think that dish is
for the birds, better have a look
at the American Leegue vend vendings.
ings. vendings. They show Baltimore's onrush
ing Oroiles only a half-game out
of first place and with more vic victories
tories victories than any other team in the
nt had for a ball club thst is
laS in the league in hitting, next nexttojast
tojast nexttojast in fielding and loaded down
wUt .such castoffs as Skinuy
Brown, Walt Dropo, Billy Loes and
Jim Finigan.
All of them played important
roles in Baltimore's 74 victory
olear Cleveland last night and
today ailother discard, Hoyt Wil Wilhelm,
helm, Wilhelm, sets a chance to boost
the'' Orioles into first place
hen he goes against the Indi
The Orioles broke a 4-4 tie
wheh they came up with three
runs in the ninth. Herb Score, the
loger, departed in that frame after
yiOlding singles to Billy Gardner
artd Gene Woodling. Bob Boyd
btinted both runners along and
when reliever Dick Brodowski
threw the ball into right field,
twoituns scored and Boyd took
third. Finigan then drove in Boyd
WI' a sacrifice fly.
Gtis.',Triandos, Dropo--playing
hi& first game after coming from
ancinhati--and Gardner each
hoMered with the bases empty in
the foUrth and Bob Nieman con connected
nected connected in the sixth.
Brown, who posted his fifth vic victory;
tory; victory; held the Tribe to five hits
before bowing out for a pinch hit hitter
ter hitter in the ninth. Loes retired
the side in order in the ninth.
Tito Franeona and Minnie Mino Minos
s Minos homered for the Indians.
The Athletics downed the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee s4-3; the Senators whipped
the White Sox, 4-2, and the Red
Sox beat the Tigers, 4-2, in oth other
er other Al. games.
Milwaukee retained its two two,game
,game two,game lead in the National League
with a 4-0 win over St Louis in
a game cut to seven innings be because
cause because of rain; San Francisco nip
ped Pittsburgh, 4-3; Los Angeles
made it three, in a row over Phi9-6,'
and Cincinnati
blanked Chicago, 5-0.

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STARTS SATURDAY!

Knuckleballer Bud Daley of the
A's checked the Yankees on seven
hits as he racked up his seventh
victory with the aid of a two-run
homer by Dick Williams. Roger
Maris singled home the decisive
run in the seventh off reliever
Jim Coates although 'Jim Bron Bronstad
stad Bronstad was the loser. Elston How
ard hit a two-run homer for the
Yankees, who stayed two games
off the pace.
Mike Froniele's fine relief job
saved Jack Harshman's second
victory as Boston beat Detroit.
Harshman held the Tigers to five
hits in 6 1-3 innings, then For Fornieles
nieles Fornieles came on and didn't give
up a hit the rest of the way. Don
Buddin and Pete Rwmels each
collected three hits. Don Mossi
was the losing pitcher.
Washington capitalized on three
singles and two errors to score
three runs in the ninth and de defeat
feat defeat Dick Donovan of chicago.
Earl Torgeson and Luis Aparicio
were guilty of the errors after
Donovan had held the Senators
to one run over the first eight in invenger
venger invenger won his foruth game.
Hank Aaron smashed his 20th
homer with two on in the first
inning for tho Braves and it was
that's all, brother, as far as
the Cardinals wore concerned.
Aaron's blow came off rookie
Dick Riiketts hillowing Bill Bru Bruton's
ton's Bruton's single and a walk to Ed Eddie
die Eddie Mathews.
The Braves added another run
in the same, inning and Joey Jay
went on to blank St. Louis on
eight hits for his third victory.
The Giants won their game
from the Pirates when Leon Wag Wagner's
ner's Wagner's ninth inning pon fly with
Re bases foil fell safely. Center
fielder Bill Virdon, charged with
an error, and second baseman
Rill Mazroski collided on the play.
Dick Stitart hit his. 1Sth homer
for the. Pirates and Willie Kirk Kirkfor
for Kirkfor the Clants. Re Reland
land Reland his 12th
liever Mike McCormick was the
winner and Bennie Daniels the
loser.
Wally Meon's two-run homer in
the sixth inning broke a R-A tie
betwe.n tte Dodgers and Phillies.
Don Demeter Allen provided Los
Angelesr:Mtlf" lin"1144tialre0
when he'liomere'd.off loser min
Cardwell In the seventh. Wally
Post and Valmv Thomas each
homered for the Phils. Roger
Craig went the first six innings
for ttin Dodgers and earned his
second victory.
Jim Itrocner of the Reds held
the Clibq .fri, four' gaining
his second yictortt. riticirmoi
knocked out loser Dick Drott with
four 'rons in the first inning. the
key hlow being FA Ralley's hom homer.
er. homer. Frank Rohinson had two lino.
bles and single for the Reds,
who collected nine hits.

IMPS- WINNIMS
BOSTON, (UPI) Jockey
Warren Snyder had three win winners
ners winners at Suffolk Downs Monday.
Snyder's triple included Puzzler,
Sung litter and Massacre in the
feature race.

BALBOA THEATER

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PANAMA COLON

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Carib Federation
Baseball Delegates
Arriving Today

Delegates representing the coun countries
tries countries of the Caribbean Baseball
Federation were scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive here today for conferences
which will be held at Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama Hilton from tomorrow through
Sunday.
The 12th Caribbean Series will be
held at the Olympic Stadium in
February 1960.
Dr. Arturo Bengochea, president
of the Cuban Winter League, Julio
de Arcos and Fernando Rodriguez
Bellas make up the Cuban delega delegation;
tion; delegation; Carlos Garcia de la Noceda,
president of the. Puerto Rican
League, and Ramon Cuevas, presi presidnet
dnet presidnet of the Santurce club, will rep represent
resent represent Puerto Rico; and Dr. Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Fernandez and William
Pfafen are Venezuela's delegates.
Panama's delegates are Dr. Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Aleman, vice-president of the
Panama League; Dr. Eduardo Al Alfaro,
faro, Alfaro, commissioner; Carlos Eleta,
owner of the Marlboro club; Raul
Arango Jr. and Eric Arturo Delva DelvaIle,
Ile, DelvaIle, owners of the Cocle Sugar
Kings; Felix Luciani, general man manager
ager manager of ,Cerveza Balboa and Angel
Grimas, vice-president of Carta
Vieja.

3110 Pounds Best
Total in Diablo
Lifting Contest

Fred LeVee hoisted a total of
640 pounds in the military press,
115 in the squat, 800 hi bench
press and amassed a curl total of
520 pounds. His combined total
was 3110 lbs. good enough for
first plate in the initial "body
building surprise day" at the
Diablo Gymnasium.
This contest consisted of each
individual executing ten repeti repetitions
tions repetitions in each of the above noted
lifts. The formulas for estabiish estabiishing
ing estabiishing the winner was "poundage
multiplied by number of repeti repetitions."
tions." repetitions." The total for each con
testant in the four exercises in.
dieated the winner.
Gary Hutchinson took second
plate honors with a total of 3070
lbs. Fred Mohl's total of 3000 lbs.
netted him the third place spot.
Anyone wishing to take part in
the Diablo Body Building Pro Program
gram Program may do so by showing up
in the downstairs "muscle cham
ber" in the Diablo Gyinua Gyinuamum.
mum. Gyinuamum. Each participant must have
a note of permission-, from his
parents.

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LEADING
HirrERs

(Basoci on 175 official at bats)
1
National League
G AB R H Pct.
'Aaron, Ml. 68 280' 52 109 .389
White, St. L. 61 211 37 75 .356
Cepeda, S. F. 69 276 49 92 .333
Jvloon, L. A. 61 223 41 74 .332
Temple, Cin. 68 269 47 89 .331
' Stuart, Pitt. 54 178 34 58 .326
Gilliam, L. A. 61 218 42 70 .321
Burgess, Pitt. 56 190 21 61 .321
'Pinson, Cin. 68 278 55 89 .320
1 Hoak, Pitt. 73 270 33 86 .319
St. L. 66 257 44 85 .319
Logan. Mil. 82 210 25 87 .319

American League

Kuenn, Det. 60
Ka line, Det. 62
Runnels, Bog. 63
Wood ling, Bal 61
Fox, Chicago 66
Williams &C. 52
Mantle, N.Y. 60
Lopez, N.Y. 63
Aparicio, Chi. 65
Malzone, Bos. 65

239
242
247
191
270
194
228
241
255
255

37
37
41
25
36
29
51
38
48
44

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Demeter, Dodgers

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox

Home ,Runs ;

NATIONAL L EAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Stuart, Pirates
Demeter, Dodgers
eepeda, Giants
Boyer, Cards

86
84
84
63
87
60
70
72
76
76

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles

.360
.347
.340
.330
.322
.309
.307
.299
.298
.298

67
66
60

57
53

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52
48
47
47

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RACE DRIVER RECOVERED

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
Ray Crawford of Pasadena, Calif.
was discharged from Methodist
Hospital Tuesday where he recu recuperated
perated recuperated from injuries suffered dur during
ing during the 1959 Indianapolis 500-mile
auto race. Crawford sustained bro broken
ken broken rib! and spine injuries when
his car hit a wall during the race.

TUE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPEND' NE DALYINIM4PAP12-

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01 medo Lea& Nin Americans
Into Wimbledon' Seconorik&''und

NEW YORK (UPI) This was
at a cocktail party a few years
back at West Point and, Army
brass being Army brass, the
general's wife was in an uncontest
ed gallop of loquacity.
Tilt. colonels' wives sat around
waiting their turn to add their
convenational two bits worth. The
majors' wives were thinking about
what they'd say when it came
their turn to dip in an oar and
the lieutenants' wives were com completely
pletely completely relaxed because in this
kind of league one bar only
buys you the privilege of silent at attendance.
tendance. attendance. The general's wife was dogging
it right up to the star-bound hilt
with a tale concerning a meal in
Arabia at which an Arab chief
served a pig with an apple in its
baked jowls as the piece de resis resistance.
tance. resistance. She pronounced it on all cylin cylinders
ders cylinders as "pea ahs day resist resistance"
ance" resistance" and it was straight out of
Vassar.
Then, ignoring the other gals of
fhe military club, she turned to a
ufm-A-rmy visitor and asked the
doll:
"My deah, what did you do this
awfta-noon?"
The doll never batted an eye but
shot rirht hack:
"I went ovah to the pahk and
s-w-a-n g!"

SITUATION IN REVERSE

The heavyweight title fight be between
tween between Floyd Patterson and Inge Ingemar
mar Ingemar Johansson, to be contested
tonight at Yankee Stadium, is
this kind of a situation in reverse.
Everything has been "swang "swanging"
ing" "swanging" but the "pea ahs day resist resistance."
ance." resistance."
Up to right now, the matter of
whether Patterson can whip Ingo
or vice versa has been strictly
secondary. Nobody would be sur surprised
prised surprised If they go on in the semi semifinal
final semifinal and two lawyers square off
in the main event with a jury of
12 good men and true debating the
outcome for hours afterwards in
true judicial style.
This one actually should be cov covered
ered covered by guys from the courthouse
and Broadway beats. The celebri celebrities
ties celebrities always crowd the act and the
hardest punches throwncounting
both training compashave been
by guys ev,ringing injuctions.

EVERYBODY HALED TO
COURT

Eddie Machen, a one-time ehal
lenger who was powdered into ob obscurity
scurity obscurity by Johansson, haled every

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body into federal court claiming
lie had a rematch agreement with
the Swede. Ingo shook everybody
up by developing back trouble and
this only served as a brief remin reminder
der reminder that the purpose of the whole
thing was scheduled for a prize
ring, There was more legal jock jockeying
eying jockeying over a manager foisted off
on Ingo; Cus D'Amato, Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's Svengali, threatened to
Move the fight out of New York;
one set of backers packed their
ati00,600 and went home; and
there was a controversy over tele,
vision,and other rights.
Magazines played up the magic
financial maneuverings of person
able Bill Rosensohn, the boy pro promoter.
moter. promoter. D'Amato frothed at the
mouth because he wasn't getting
his share ,of publicity. Press
agents growled that nobody would
say anything except before a court
stenographer. It was a mess.
But now It can be revealed, as
they say in the True Story and
Detective magazines, that there
really are two guys named Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and Johansson who are
fighters and that they will box for
the heavvweieht championship ot
the world tonight.
Nobody is betting big sums
however, that some new judicial
element won't crowd into the act
just before the bell rings. After
all, neither the state Supreme
Court of South Dakota nor tbe,
National Boxing Assn. have 'been
heard from yet. Nor tthe ASPCA.
The lates bulletin is that the
fight will go on. At last the "Ira "Iraahs
ahs "Iraahs day resist-ance" has a fight fighting
ing fighting chance to take over.

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 7 or more decisions)

National Leagyo
Face, Pirates 2
Mizell, CardMals
Antonelli, Giants
Burdette, Braves
Newcombe, Reds
Law, Pirates
Amorkon League
Larsen, Yankees
Wilhelm, Orioles
Lary, Tigers
Grant, Indians
Shaw, White Sox
Brown, Orioles

W Pct.
11 0 1.400;
9 3 .75&
10 4 .715
11 5 .688
8 4 .667
8 4 .667

ft 1 .857
9 2 .818
8 3 .727
5 2 .714
5 2 .714
5 2 .714

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WIMBLEDON, England (UPI)
Top-seeded Alex Olmedo led nine
American survivors into second secondround
round secondround matches in men's singles in
the Wimbledon tennis champion championships
ships championships today and at least five of
them appeared headed for a rough
time.
Olmedo, the Peruvian who pac paced
ed paced the -United States to victory in
last year's Davis Cup challenge
round, was expected to win under
wraps in his .match against Rod Rodney
ney Rodney Mandelstam of South Africa.
But fellow Davis Cupper Barry
MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, was up
against a potentially dangerous foe
in Wladislaw Skonecki, Poland's
ace and a tourney-wise veterson.
Jack Frost of Monterey, Calif.,
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Earl Buchholz Jr., the St. Louis,
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Gerrard of New Zealand, and
former Stanford quarterback Jon
Douglas of Santa Monica, Calif.,
was pitted against a strong Aus Australian
tralian Australian squad paernber, Bob Hewitt.

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The other U.S. m,,mMalcolm
Fox of Baltimore, Md., Jacques
Grigry of Alhambra, Calif., and
Myrn F:ranks of Los Angeles
faced lesser-known'Europeans.
Also scheduled today were four
second-rouild involving Americans.
Playing in these were Beverly
Reitz of Long Beach, Calif., Bel Belmar
mar Belmar Gunderson of Chambersburg,
Pa., Darlene Hard of Montebello,
Calif. and Karo Fageros of Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, Fla.
Two other U.S. girl, Joan John Johnson
son Johnson of Wyandotte, Mich., and Mi Mimi
mi Mimi Arnold of Redwood City, Calif..
have gained the second round and
two others, Janet Hopps of Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, Wash. and Sally Moore of
Bakersfield', Calif., have reached
the third round, but they were not
scheduled today.

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CLASSY CUBAN Bantamweight
Manuel Armenteros, ranked sixth
by Ring Magazine and seventh
by the National ,Boxing Associa Association
tion Association of America among the top
fighters of the world in his divi division,
sion, division, is in Panama for a series
of bouts against local boxers.
The Cuban, a resident of Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, makes his debut against To
to Ibarra Sunday night at the
Olympic Stadium He is staled
to give a workout-exhibition at
the National Gym ,tonighl, during
an amateur boxing program be between
tween between Panama City and Colon
fighters. Tonight's card is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to get underway at 8:30.

NAME ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
CHICAGO, (UPI) Loyola
University has named head bas basketball
ketball basketball coach George Ireland to
succeed Rev. John Biert, SI. as
athletic director of the school.
Ireland, who will remain as
court coach, has led Loyola
teams to 97 ,victotries and 94
losses in eight yesrs;
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San Francisco .39 11 SS7 2 ),;
Los Angeles 39 33 J42 3
Pittsburgh 37: 34 -.14,521 414
Chicago 34 lf:,500 !,;-
Cincinnati 31,37 t;o0156
St. Louis 4 27'4443 9V2.,
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NATIONAL IJA9UE
Chicago at Cincinneti4N,)2,,'
St. Louis at Milwaukee:4";
Phiadelphia at Lbs Angelet' (N)
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
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Pittsburgh 010 000 011-4 '4f 3
San Fco. -' 100 002 001-4 11 1
Friend, Face, Daniels (44);
Porterfield y Foles.
Antonelli, Worthington, Mc McCormick
Cormick McCormick (5-7) and Landrith.
(Night Game)
(Called end of 7th, rain)
St. Louis 000 000 0-0 8 2
Milwaukee 400 000 0-4 7 2
Ricketts (0-3), Cheney and H.
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Jay (3-5) and Crandall.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 100 000-0 4 0
Cincinnati 400 010 00x-5 9 -0
Drott (1-2), HiliMan, Morehead,
Singleton and S. Taylor.
Brosnan (3-3) and Bailey.

(Night Gams)
Philadelphia 010 104 000-8 11 0
Los Angeles' 330 002 10x-9 10 4
Semproch, Meyer (1), Cardwell
(3), Farrell (8) and Thomas.
Craig, Labine (7) and Roseboro.
WPCraig (2-0). LPCardwell (0-
2). HRPost (9th), Thomas (1st),
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Top flight basketball will return
to Colon tonight as two of the fa favorite
vorite favorite teams square off on the new newly
ly newly and bright131 pattneit 'Boor 'of oilie
Colon Arena at 7:30 p.m.
The league, will get off with a
big bang as top officials from the
Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama will be on hand. Top fig figure
ure figure will be Lt. Col. Alejandro (To (Toto)
to) (Toto) Remon who will toss out the
traditional "first ball" to get this
1959 season underway:
This organization is divided into
three categories, viz., senior, mi minor
nor minor and ladies loops. Four teams
will toe the wire for the Senior
League crown while it is reported
that pretty close to eleven will bat battle
tle battle it out for the minor league title.
Three well-balanced teams will
bring back female basketball to
Colon.
MARLBORO VS CERVEZA BAL BALBOA
BOA BALBOA IN OPENER

The. Senior League activities are
commanding attention as several
of the players are top bracket in
the country and residents of Co lop
who will be playing at home for
the first time. Most of these play players
ers players made their claim to fame in
the highly publicized Panama City
league.
In the Marlboro roster are the
likes of Arturo Agard, Bogen (Pa (Papi)
pi) (Papi) Aikman, Jose Julio Noel, rook rookies
ies rookies Bobby Taylor and Othway Mas Massiah.
siah. Massiah. To face them will be the Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa squad which will be
led by the Marlboro ex-players Er-,
nesto Taylor and Luis (Tito) Ar Ardines.
dines. Ardines. It should be reported here that

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Clovoiand 35 22 .347
'Baltimore ' 30 31' .537 It
Chicago 35 31' .530
Now York 34:. 32 .515 2
Detroit 34 33i.507,
Boston 30'45 ,,.462 514
.gansas City 29..",'.321.453 41
,Washingtori 30 371.";;44$
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Washington at Chicago
Baltimore at Cleveland
Boston at Detroit:-.4

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Boston 000 01 210-4 10 1
Detroit 000 000 200-5 5 1
Hershman (24), Fornieles 'and
Daley. ,
Mossi (5-3), Schultz and Wilson.
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Chicago 100 010 000-2 6 t
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Kemmerer, Clevenger (4-1)4:
Griggs, and Courtney.
Donovan (4-5) and Lollar. 4:
(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 301,005-7 0
Cleveland 200.101-000-4 8 '14.4
Brown (5-2), Loci and Triandcks:
Score (7-5), Brodvisid a n
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Kansas City 000 120 10x-4 8 41,-
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Daley (1-6) and Rouse.

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tling it out for top honors in Panv
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hard-fought basketball should be on
tap tonight when Marlboro yersu,
erveza Balboa.
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FEMALE LEAGUE OPENS 1
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MONDAY

League President Sonny Celii
announced in the meeting last nigitt
that the Girls League will, blow the.
lid off On Monday, June 29, as nor
representatives of Rainbow Cityt
now sponsored bv Panama Sports Sportsman,
man, Sportsman, Carlos Eleta and named,,
"Mentolados" will go against the,
representatives of San Bias Islands,
the Cuna Indians.
These teams have battled several
times in pre-season contests ant,
have always excited the fans In Os,
tendance.
One other team, yet tmsponsored,
will make up this female league..
Games in this league will be:
nlayed on Mondavs, Tuesdays and andThursdays
Thursdays andThursdays and all contests of the
three leagues will be in the Colon.:
Arena. ' so
Current and reasonable prIcelt,
will be charged at the games. The,
doors of the Colon Arena will bo:
opened from Illonight to accoMb
modate the expected 'groWd;
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rODAV ENCANTO,451
WAH001, S11500
Edmond O'Brien irV
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Peter Grave9 in
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BALBOA 6:15 8:10 DIABLO HTS. 7:00 i
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1 Wit Jennifer Jones
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DEBORAH KERR Friday "Warlock" ,,
DAVID NIVEN
JEAN SEBERG
MINE DENIONGEON mAnciAltrrA 1:00
I BoNJOUIVIRISIESSE 1' George Tobias -. ' ""
GEORIXHORNE .....- ' Bob Hope'
JULIETTE GRECO Yams CHIAN '"
with IAARTITA ININT a "The Seven Little Foys" 1
' Fri. "Last Stagecoach Vest" 4rriday "Snoifire". ,,.
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7:00 "The True Story of Lynn Stuart" -.
Friday "The Tunnel of Love" ,.
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"The Creature 1:00 ."1111ULLWIIIII"
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BOA IN OPENER will make UP this female league..
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' t :: 4filliiiill: NEWS Fox,,Chicago 66 270 36 87 .322 AMOft: irtiiiielp.im The- Senior League. activities are nlayed on Mondavs, Tuesdays and and1
1 and1 :' EVENTS. Williams &C. 52 194 29 80 .309
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Tii: st: latft(figt !, (7,P, : Mantle, N.Y. 60 228 51 70 .307 ...fr...7143,4.?:..:....y... VAILLtlil,,.:''')0.1''. of the players are top bracket in three leagues will be in the ColOtt:
; 4. Lopez, N.Y. 63 241 38 72 .299 :,.,i'..4.-..0.,..41;... tryt,.)0.'i::. ..4?,.nt''',,,177,g, the country and residents of Colon Arena. ' so
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tilsvMUIN 7.1,M ) OF ALL TIME I ers made their claim to fame in doors of the Colon Arena will- late.
CLASSY CUBAN Bantamweight the highly Publicized Panama Cit opened from 6' tonight: te Mimi)
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by the National ,Boxing Associa Association
tion Association of America among the top
fighters of the world in his divi division,
sion, division, is in Panama for a series
of bouts against local boxers.
The Cuban, a resident of Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, makes his debut against To
to Ibarra Sunday night at the
Olympic Stadium He is staled
league. Y modate the expected'er0A; ': i4
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likes of Arturo Agard, Rogelio (Pa- ,o11111,11 I.,
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TlitritSDA-Y,. JUNE 2,8, ..2852

4t

Floyd Patterson

,
ing Ingentar Johinsson for' the
first time, a gracious, handsome handsomeIx,
Ix, handsomeIx, masculine, affable, prize fight fighter
er fighter with a firm handshake, a
friendly inquisitive smile.
"You see the pictures, and so
you think I cannot .1(ight?' he
aid, tne tope anettiatindt
1.it amused heckler.
The heavyweight- challenger
was, of course, referring to the
films of his fight wiith Britain's
Joe Erskine in Sweden last year.
It becomes more and more, ep epparent
parent epparent now that we are the only
American sportswriter who has
seen these films.
Unlike the films. showing. Eddie
Machen being destroyed in less
than a round. .the ones gener-,
ally shottn for promotional pur purposes.'
poses.' purposes.' -ftertdo- not itztake
hanssn, tk, iteg 494 This :had
been 'the trit- (If onT
"You were right," he agreed,'
speaking in halting, but precise
English. "I was not very good
ageinst Erskine. I have what
you call 'the alibi' but I do not
offer It in the., .how do you
se?. :in the improper sense.
","I had rippefi, ',the, skin Off the
knuckles' of'. thy 'hind (EA...note:
We were munching" pre preluncheon
luncheon preluncheon cocktail at the moment,
and disremember whether he I Ientailed
entailed Ientailed 'Ito tight or the left
bsnd a; ir vir.i been so denuct.
a) This was painful and I did
not fight bold11.9 It Was not neces
sIty anwaY'. 'Erskine.' War not
dengerous. And, remember, did
win quite easily.
:Which he did, with the referee
stopping it in the 13th; The incl..
(tent ,wis being disclosed for the
grit time.' One;'of Ms aids ex,
planted! "To Ingemar it, was not
important. Besides, it might have
Wien misconstrued. think he hecirie
cirie hecirie of 'what you: wrote he felt
obliged- to" tell You."

The BLACK Mark
Johinsson -has' been meticulous meticulouscareful
careful meticulouscareful to- guard against criti critiettm
ettm critiettm since Ms disqualification for
'Oefusing to fight' in the '52 0-
Irmo les. Afteneeven years, Jes Jesse
se Jesse Abramson persuaded him to
give his side of the stay here
tbe other day. The trainer and
leader of the Swedish team in instructed
structed instructed him to fight defensively,
to make- his opponent, Eddie San Santiers,
tiers, Santiers, an American, come to him,
watch for',,ak,oppning,,,,thelloannot
t4e right, This he had done, ex except
cept except for the openng -never came,
itt)d after- two rounds of back
Wicking, the bout was stopped.
12e unpleasant affair still sears
Ms memory.
""I make no excuses for mY-''
it;if," the Swede told Abramson,
"Sut cannot' forgive' our teeth
leader for., noLpointing out I was
following his instruction and this,
to' this day, hchas not done."
'The episode is recurrently ex
burned in champion Floyd Patter Patteraon's
aon's Patteraon's camp, with 'undertones
which impugn Ihe challenger's ar ardor
dor ardor for battle. The aforemention aforementioned
ed aforementioned aid had something to say a about
bout about this, too. "At least, inge ingeMir
Mir ingeMir was a tine Pasteur, which
is more than can be-said of Floyd
(an Olympic minner .the Ramo
year), ,
"By strict,.:01ympic standards,.
Floyd was actually ,4 Pro. His
manager had him on 'salary for
months preceding the 'games and
hi worked out doily against spar sparring
ring sparring partners with extensive pro
aiperience.,
"Tn fact, this It what the offi offidais
dais offidais had in mind when they pro proposed
posed proposed competitors; pledge' in writ writing
ing writing not lo capitalize- their -honors
commercially.- The- officials had
prior, knowledge some of the
boxers intended to,- do this. One
of them was Patterson. And two
Months after the Games he was,
octive in-the pro. rings,"
Worked 112 Round
the adverse hatter A..
br.-soon's unorthodox training
idhedule has evoked, the YOunli,

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by
JOE WILLIAMS

01

I.M10MOMIMMMO

GitOSAING ER ..-rWe wera -.did work 192 rounds. and is

'clearly. fit. If ,anything, he may
have overdone It. We thought he
looked drawn and was incapable
Af buoyancy in his final workout.
Once again the aid elucidated:
'That's his custom. He drives
himself. hard, and perhaps at
times, gets down too fine physic physicAy.
Ay. physicAy. But he always leaves him himSW
SW himSW ample time to retain his
strength and energy. And this he
does by the very simple means
Af rest. From now until the fight,
only mild calisthenics. Just e enough
nough enough to keep the muscles loose
and supple."
'The challenger has been living
in luxurious quarters, accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by members of his family.
Also in residence is his beau beau,teous
,teous beau,teous bride-to-bei, Again the help
fat aid: '"Thill appears to be most
eretsitell000erAbbereokbut sot in. our
country. A prison-like life may
be all right for Floyd. It would
be ruinous of Ingemar. Our man
know what he's doing, and you
may be sure he's full aware of
the tremendous tasks involved."

Three-Way Tie In
Diablo Tumbling
Surprise Day

-111te Diablo Tumbling C 1 u b,
sometimes referred to as Brown's
Clowns and sometimes known as
the Diablo Spooks (houses haunt.
ed at reasonable prices), en.-
joyed their second "surprise day"
Tuesday in the ,form of a "blind
bogey' tumbling match.
this ,type of contest the tum tumblers
blers tumblers are not informed as to
the point value of each Kunt
until after the contest. Another
unusual characteristic of ibis
type .of ,grading is that the most
difficult exercises are not ne necessarily
cessarily necessarily weighted the heaviebt or
are the easy ones given less point
value,
A cbntest of this type gives the
less taleried members of the
group a better opportunity to
win a prize in the same manner
as a "blind bogey" golf match
gives the high handicap player a
better chance of winning in
golf.
The highest rating "S pook s"
this week were Francie Gale,
Susan Trim and Juin VanLoon all
of whom earned first place
lauresi. "Spooks" of the lower va variety
riety variety were Gail Albritton and
Fran Digmlan each of whom
scared up enough points for sec second
ond second place. I,n the third place po position
sition position came' Ed DeVeau, Dotal&
DeVeau and Dolly Marcheck.
Several. of Mown's- most ta talented
lented talented ClowA's ,did not gain a
win, place or show position this
Week it,ndhave entered claims f
"foul" with suggestions that the
,bogey 'was not the only ene blind
at this affair.
AM). Elimination
Swim Meet Set
fortatun Pool

- --
-,Competitive swill; work outs
tve held ,eyery,Tuesday and
Thursday' from' ; p.m to 2 in
'preparatian for the elimination
meet, on .July,31 at the Gatun
roviraining, root root-
- root- entrants Waist have their
kA.1.1. registration up to date in
t.iltier 'to be eligible to compete.
0 -three- swimmers with the
fasteit times in each event will
be eligible to enter the A.A.U. Jr.
Olympic meet at Gamboa on Aug.
7, 1959.
For those who are also interest interested
ed interested in -the 4th of July meet
sponsored by tbe Elks Club at the
Ga,mboa 1Peol, application forms
are available at the Gatun Pool.
Gatun Pool will be closed for
cleaning. 'tomorrow June 28.

1

IM,.1M.E

Thunderstorms
Predicted For
Fight 'Tonight

i
B JACK CUDDY

NEW' YORK, June 25(121)--
Possible thunderstorms are pre predicted
dicted predicted for the Floyd Patterson-Ingemar
Johansson heavyweight title
fight tonight, but promoter Bill Ro Rosensohn
sensohn Rosensohn insists, "The fight will go
on if I have to wait till midnight.
The only thing that can possibly
postpone the Yankee Stadium bout
until tolnorrow is a "Persistent de deluge,"
luge," deluge," Rosemohn declared.
The international 15-rounder be between
tween between chamnion Patterson and
chellenger Johansson of Sweden is
scheduled to start at 9:30 p.m.
Psnama time.

Speedy Patterson of Rockville
Center, N.Y., became a longer fa favorite
vorite favorite today st 5-1, as the odds
jumped from 4-1. It was "even
money" thst the bout doesn't last
eight comnlete l'oundg TePAre legs
o. the winner, and 11-5 that it does
no' last 15,
Patterson. making his fifth de deJense
Jense deJense of thp crown claims he is
eager to win impressively over the
unbeaten Swede. champion of Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Such a victory would help
dispell pnv suspicions that he may
be "cheese" 0111711,4m
Handsome. burly Johanssen
clairnel pileut detrmination o
win tbs thsmnienshie harpigelly
and Drove that tbass se bit coml.
tryman wbe bp,1 h.-10,4 hire
ceese After the 1,52 Olympics
wens wronc
Tf he beats Patterson. he would
become the firat Swedish born
world champion in InV division.
end tho first foreign heavy world'
champion since giant Primo 'car 'carnera
nera 'carnera of Pstv lost the title to Max 1
riser in 104.
There will be no bome-tolegision:
but the fight will ba ramrou-nirl.
east to hpmes by ARC. The n'ele n'elenromnter
nromnter n'elenromnter CornorPtion wilt cend the
bout 'bv closed-circuit Tv to 170
theaters and arenas in 135 cities,
where 550.000 seats are available.
Aevance sales indicate the gross
seat receipts will approximate
$1,400,000.

Tale Of The Tape

NEW YORK, June 24(UP11
The tale of Om tape on world
hoavywoight champion Froyd Pat.
terson e.nd Swodish challengor In.
gemar Johansson follows:
Pattorson Johansson
24 years age 26 years
'IL lbs. weight (probable) 197 lbs.
5' 11" height 6, w,
40,, chost (normal) 43"

42"
2212"
2112"
15I2"
1412"
12"

6,,

1234"
1612"
912"

chest (expanded)
waitt
thigh
calf
biceps
forearm
wrist
fist
neck
ankle

45"
34"
24"
16"
1612"
15"

7,,
1312"
17"
10"

Patferson. 24, is a long favorite
becatise of his speed and punch. He
knocked out 16 of his last 17 oppo opponents.
nents. opponents. He is favored also because
brown-haired, fair complexioned
Johanson, 26, was unimpressive in
training. Deopite his reputed thun thunderbolt
derbolt thunderbolt of a right fist, he never
scored a knockdown in 151 rounds
of sparring for this bout.
Johansson, seeking his 22nd
straight professional victory and
his 14th knockout, amazed the box boxing
ing boxing world last Sept. 14 by belting
out California's Eddie Machen in
the first round. At that time Ma Machen
chen Machen was unbeaten and the top
contender. That quick kayo earned
"Ingo" tonight's title shot.
Patterson, smaller and lighter
than the Swodo, inks his 23rd
straight wirt and his 36th victory
in 37 bouts. 146 lost but ono, on
a questionable decision to ox-light
hoavywoight champion Joey
Maxim, Juno 7, 1954.
Patterson is expected to get the
largest purse of his career for to tonight's
night's tonight's fight, probably more than
5400,000.
Johanson was guaranteed $100,-
00e against 20 Der cent of the net
gate, Plus 350,000 of the Tv money.
nium 20 per cent tof "promotional
.nets" from theater-TV, radio and
movies.
In case Johanson wins the title,
he is contracted to give Patteraon
a return shot within 90 days, And
the entire purse will be held In es escrow
crow escrow until the contract is fulfilled.
Six-ounce gloves will be worn to tonight.
night. tonight. Three ring officials will
score on a rounds basis. back-stopped
by the four-point oystem under
which a round winner gets one or
more points and the loser none.

ItIDNEYSInust
CLEANoutlICIDS

Tour body cleans oitt excess acids
and poisonous wastes in your blood
through millions of tiny delicate tubes
or filters in the kidneys. When germs
ktvade theme delicate tubes and irrl irrltete
tete irrltete the bladder, making you suffer
from the diecomforte resulting trom
these infections, then you feel 014
tired, nervous and don d. Try
Cysts end get effective relief front
Pulse ailments. Cysts combats
germs. cleans out excess acids front
kidneys and bladder and soothes irri.
toted tissues. Ask for-ernes front
your druggist todaY and see iloW
much better sod happier you will feel
agent. Get Cystes from your druintio

TEE PANAPAA AMERWAN AN INDENENDWIe bAtLyNEwsrAnut

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CASH ON THE LINEAndy Kosco, left, became the fifth player in Detroit history to ge
more than 00.000 for signing when the 17-year-old outfielder, fresh from a high schooij
near Youngstown, 0., was paid $60,000. He was sought by 15 major league clubs. Cleve-I
Ian's newest bonus baby, Johnny McLane, 21-year-old flychaser out of the 'University of
.Southern California. shows batting form which netted him $50.000.He was sent to Mobile.'

Armenteros Thrills Colonites;
To Work Out At Gym Tonight

SALVADOR MELENDEZ
(Panami)

A double treat awaits boxing
fans who take in the amateur
fight program slated to begin at
8:30 tonight14 at Ake Nationl Gym.
Apart froM the regular live livebout
bout livebout card on Which Panama fight fighters
ers fighters will meet Colonites, sixth sixthranking
ranking sixthranking bantamweight Cuban Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Armenteros will provide tl,e
spectators with an odhibition

Norris, Machen
Suing Floyd-Ingo
For Million Dollars

NEW YORK (UPI) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight contender Eddie Machen
and James D. Norris' Chicago
Stadium corporation are suing the
principals in tonight's hea v y
weight championship bout for
more than I million dollars.
That sum is being asked in fed federal
eral federal court as damages for Inge Ingemar
mar Ingemar Johansson's failure to give
Machen a return bout before meet meeting
ing meeting heavyweight champion Floyd
Patterson.
The suit, which was filed Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, was the second legal action
taken by Machen in connection
with the alleged return-bout con contract.
tract. contract. Earlier, the Redding, Calif.
fighter had been turned down in
federal court in his request for an
injuction that would forbid Jo
hansson to fight Patterson.
Machen alleges that Johansson
is bound by s return-bout contract
signed in Goteborg, Sweden, on
Sept. 13, 1958, two days before
Swedish Johansson knocked out
Machen in the first round of their
bout there,
Johansson contended in the ear earlier
lier earlier action that he was not bound
by the contract because Edwin
Ahlquist who signed the pact.
"on behal'" of Johansson, had no.
legal right to do so and because
was signed "under duress."

Guaracheros
Set To Meet
Navy Cagers

The U. S. Navv All Stars are
ready to meet Los Gliaracheros
de Colon in the annual Indenewl-nee
of the United States of A America
merica America Basketbell Classic.
The game will be sponsored by
the debutantes of the Club Les
Orquideas on Thursdav. July 2.
in the Claodi. Lowp r:Vtrinfinflinl
of tho Abel Bravo College, com commencing
mencing commencing at 8 p.m.
The proceeds will be turned ()-
Ivor to the Feint vincent de Paul
Nuns' Chsirty Fund.
Tivinbridge C. Dsvis. tr. s. eon
sul in Colon, will head the largo
'group of Zonians who will attend
this sports event.
The elites of the Om will he
ones from 8 o.m. to aecomodste
the early hrs. Lots o' narki-ke
soace will be availabl!. sod
there will be comirwe,,s lem4
service 1,efore and after the
game.

I workout during the break be beftween
ftween beftween the semiimal and the head headliner.
liner. headliner. Atlantic siders saw the visitor,
who fights local bantamweight
Toto Ibarra in a ten-rounder at
the Olympic Stadium Sunday
night, put on what was more a
show than a sparring session at
Colon's Everardo Nunez Gym
yesterday afternoon.
Armenteros, who arrived from
Mexico Tuesday,. trained for the
first time on the Isthmus and the
crowd which jammed the Utile
gym squealed its delight as the
23-year-old Negro went through
his "act."
The Cuban, now a resident
Mexico, boxed and clowned
through four rounds against fly.
weight champion Manhattan Kid
and Colon amateur flyweight Es Esteban
teban Esteban (biros.
The sparring session consisted
mostly of allowing the youngsters
to punch away at will to the Cu Cuban's
ban's Cuban's body and whenever they
tried to land blows to the head
the classy-looking invader watild
hob and weave and adroitly shift
the punches to have his s p a r rMates
Mates rMates fahrfirir breet."''..
Another of his routines which
had tlhe watchers applauding vas
Armenteros getting down, almost
on one knee, while the local lads
tried futilely to connect to a fast fastmoving
moving fastmoving head that was an elu elusive
sive elusive target.
Tonight Armenteros will "box"
three or four rounds with slog slogging
ging slogging Antonio (Corazon de To Toro)
ro) Toro) Gonzales and tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 he will go through his
first afternoon drill on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side at the National Gym.
Tonight's program, arranged by
the Chorrillo Amateur Boxing
Club, follows: Salvador Melendez,
Panama, vs. Fernando Wilson,
Colon, 128 pounds, four rounds.
Visitation Caceres, Panama, vs.
,Esteban Quiros, Colo n, 112
pounds, four rounds.
Sugar Ray Robinson, Panama,
Iv& Enrique Brown, Colon, 129
pounds, three rounds.
, Juan Nieto, Panama vs. Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo McKay, Colon, 135 pounds,
three rounds.
Pedro Caceres, Panama, vs Pa Paiblo
iblo Paiblo Vanegas, Colon, three rounds,
105 pounds.
Prices are 25 cents, general
admission; 50 cents, ringside, and
ladies, and children, 10 cents.

OF

FERNANDO WILSON
(Colon)

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BASKETBALL
The opening round of PI a y yground
ground yground Basketball games will be
played this Friday morning, Joie
26. Balboa B, C,' D and E Leagu Leaguers
ers Leaguers will play at Ancon. Diab!o
League Teams will travel to
Gamboa. The remainder of OR.
Summer Basketball Schedule is
as follows:

Friday July 10 Balboa at
Diablo, Gamboa at Ancon.
Friday July 17 Balboa at
Gamboa, Ancon at Diablo.
Friday July 24 Daiblo at
Balboa, Ancon at Gamboa.
Friday July 31 Diablo al
Ancon, Gamboa at Baboa.
1 Friday Aug. Gamboa at
Diabo, Ancon at Balboa.
The Pacific Side elimination
tournament Avill be held during
the week of Aug. 10, and the Ca
nal Zone Championships will be
determined on Aug. 17, 18 and 19.
Both of tihese events will be held
at the Balboa Gymnasium.

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Starting time:
7:00 p.m.

Friday, June 26

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.7:00 p.m. 'may, June
SNEAK PREVIEW--
FIRST ISTHMIAN SHOWING OF A
FAMILY COMEI,

featuring

Admiss;6n
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"Ivories" Randel plus
"Beatrice" Bennett
and her
"Goy Nineties" Friends
Under the Direction of VICTOR HERR

Visok of Juno 18
Special Notice
Tonight all teams will be bowl bowling
ing bowling at Balboa and back on regular
league schedule.
Tonight starts the second half of
our 22 week schedule with the first
seven teams all jammed up for lst
place. Cafe Duran in No. 7 spot on only
ly only 6 points out and the last team
starting to move up only 13 out.
How about that, what a league.

BALBOA MEN'S SUMMER
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Team Standings

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Wan Lest
Kent Cigarettes 2R IR
Balboa Beer 27 17
Tivoli Travels 27 17
Zenith TY. 25 19
Lincoln Life 21 21
Good Year Tires 21 21
Cafe Duran 22 22
Blue Star 20 24
Pensi Cola 1912 2'0'2
Astra Products 151 20
Martini Vermouth 1712 9(112
Hillman Cars 15 29
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1st High Team 3 Games (HDCP)
CarS 1141
Pepsi Col a g19?
Zenith T.V 3102
lst High Team Game
Martini Vermouth 1103
Cafe Duran 1077
Balboa Beer 1045
1st High Ind. 3 COIMOS (Seratchi
meLane and Soyster
T. Keeler t117
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High it'd. Oarno

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McLane..
J. Palm
R. Nnyty
lst High Ind. Avorages
McLane
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Bob King

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217
215
232

175
174
171
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172

Kent Cloarottas 0, Paosi Cola 4
This was a fine hiyh scoring
match, boll teams well over the
2400 mark scratch. After moving
out in front most of the lst. half,
Kent has dropped their last 12
points.
The Cola boys really poured out
the Pepsi and were not to be de denied
nied denied winning all 4 points. Bnice
Hassler. team captain and bowling
anchor had one of his best nights,
Wigt, a i,e,,,,bi,10.175fl rot ,FSD0p, Pe7
mena also came through with s Dig
552. Ely was high for 1Cent.
Balboa Boor 4, Zenith TN. 0
The suds boys, one of the hottest
teams in the league jumped on the
TA. boys in another high scoring
match. Zenith bowled,2440 scratch.
but were out bowled 2W, Both
Luttenherger and Palm were high

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THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY

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Klumpp the old pro, had a gooct
night with 502. DeVeau wag high
for Zenith with a good 544 and Dick
Soysier 534. Al Bele just missed
with 494.

Astra Products 3, Tivoli Travois
Astra took advantage of Tivoli
having a bad night and won three
points. McLane rolling thf! On
500 series in the match was high
for Aqtra with 504. Burton was high
for Tivoli with 485.

The Ins. boys also jumped on
Blue Star when the dairy t'ovil
were having a bad night. roPlig
'7:37 scratch to their 2060. The
bandican in this match was close
171 tn 179 so thp boys were all even
Points in. T Keeler WRA high for
Lincoln with 516 and Lickfeld higtt
rot Blue Star,

Hillman Cars 3, Good Year Tires 1,
The ear bovg camP to life and
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wAc the (fun with A fine
565. Cortv P.tPe bovine, fine
gpp got, Aliso h;,,h fno tho t I r't bOVS
with 57A J, 11-renen had 516 and
Swedo ToelFort sts.

Ca$si Doran 1. Mari ini Vormouth 1
This was also s high scoring
match and closor than filo final out
como shaws. Msrtiri gat off to a
000d start wionitrt tho first game
hy lg pins. The handican in this
match ",f1K also even. 164 to 167.,
Tilos caffeo boys howeuer, Rot irisV
and blended in a little more hot
oar, and tank tho secand bv 106 and
the last hy 11. R Nauey. anehar
tor Duran was hioh bic!
Lachman also hod KTI chuck Ph Phcamber"
camber" Phcamber" anchor for Martini was
high with 501.

Wayne, Albritton
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Free Throw Contest
Star At biablo Gym
Tiny Wayne Albritton gave a
soectacular demonstration of
foul shooting in compiling a tP tPcord
cord tPcord of 23 successful shoots in '25
attempts. Wayne missed only
his. first God fifteenth try.....44The,.,
ner-up to Albritton in "E" Leafine
tompetition was Rusty Smit:t
4illo made 16 for 25.
The, foul shooting for the
ger boys was foul 4150 Panzer
was top man with 13 for 25.
John Patterson took seeorkl, place
wi t h it good shots out of
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FOR RENT:Two bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely f u rnishe d,
spacious grounds. air-conditioned.
TN.. hot water, 6 months. Tel.
3-1407.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom residence,
prevoiusly occupied by Bolivian
Minister in Ecuador Avenue No.
28. Livingroom, diningroom
kitchen, office, two bathroom,
maid's room with service, wash
,tubs. garage, inside patio, hot
';rater in all services, direct tele telephone
phone telephone line. For inspection. see
at Ecuador Avenue No. 30 or F6-
brega at 29 Earit Street, rear Mer Mercado
cado Mercado Vasco.
FOR RENT: Furnished house
en "En Cangreio" with swimming
pool, call 3-0912.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two bedroom chalet, !iv !ivIngroom,
Ingroom, !ivIngroom, diningroom. kitchen,
maid's room. garage, etc. 5185.
95th Street No. 43. Tel. 3-4994.
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Good condition, one persons.
meals if desires. lust. Aroseme Arosemeno,
no, Arosemeno, 3 1 Street No. 9.
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at Justo Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information r-2141.
FOR RENTt 116.80 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 Sir Sirvicio,
vicio, Sirvicio, S235.00. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
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FOR RENT: Luxurious assort assortment,
ment, assortment, all iences, in the
best residential zone, two bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. large porch, livingroom
magnificent, independent, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, laundress 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:Nice 3 apartment,
2 room kitchenette with bath at
34 Q Street. For information Met Metropole
ropole Metropole Bar.
FOR RENT:In building just
built. Modern apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, individual wash tubs and
clothes lines. $100.00, $95.00,
and $90.00 with special discount
for advance rent. House No. 13-
152 Avenida 7a., Central op opposite
posite opposite "Almacen Chambonnet."
For information: 8th street No.
5-30, Quijano. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment and other con conveniences,
veniences, conveniences, very large. in elegant
residential sone. Call 7 to 12
noon and from 1:30 to 4:00,
Tel. 3-0406, Panama.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, hot water, beautiful
and modern house. El Cangre Cangreio,
io, Cangreio, Tel. 3-6589.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, dinette.
large kitchen. front and back
porches. garage. "1." Street and
Via Argentina. El Cangreio. Tel.
3-6170. 2-2379.
,
FOR RENT: Completely and
nicely furnished house and
apartment in Bella Vista. Phone
3-0553.
FOR RENT:--All-screened. mod modern
ern modern and attractive two-bedroom
apartment, covering entire, up upper
per upper floor of new and lovely two twostory
story twostory building at Nuevo Campo
Alegre. Living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, maid's rodm with bathroom,
space for laundering, cold and hot
water, garage. Added attraction
of over 80 square meters of ter terrace.
race. terrace. Good view co& Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Telephone 3-7599.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or furnished room.
Best Tasidefifigil section. 43rd
Street Nis 13.
FOR RENT:---Furnished or unfur unfurn
n unfurn ished aoattment in Cowgirl.
twe bedroom. maid's room with
service, garage. hot water. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro Street. La Caste lia lian
n lian a Building. Tel. 2-2883 or ;-
1318.
fOR RENTI--furnished apart apartment
ment apartment modern, clean building. Ar Arany
any Arany approved. C ient loca location.
tion. location. Automobilo Row No. 36.
Girl Falls Asleep,
Misses Hew 'World
Underwater Record
PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI) A
pretty 24-year-old former photo photographers
graphers photographers model set a new state
underwater endurance record
yesterday but failed to crack the
world mark.
Mrs. Jayne Baldsare went to
sleep and had to swim to the
survace of her nine-foot tank
when she lost her oxygen feeding
mouthpiece and gulped a mouth mouthful
ful mouthful of water.
She had been under water 35
hours and 59 minutes.
The world record is 50 hours,
three minutes and 43 seconds.
However, she set a new state
mark, breaking the old record of
28 hours and 53 minutes set in
1957 at Miami's Seaquarium. The
world record was set last month
by Mrs. Larry Jones at North Northridge,
ridge, Northridge, Calif.
Mrs. Baldsare, wife of a civilian
motion picture director for the
Army Signal Corps at Ft. Rucker,
Ala., undertook to stay under
water for 72 hours as a part of
the Fiesta of Five Flags celebra celebration
tion celebration here.
1 AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE CO.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AMU DUMMER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Ali Types of Auto Insurance
SION BONUS PITCHER
CINCINNATI, Ohio, (UPI)
Larry Duval, a 19-yearold pitcher
from Lora-, Va., has signed a
"very high" bonus contract with
the Cincinnati Reds. The young
ster, who tossed three nohitters in
high school, will be assigned to
Nashville of the Southern Assn.

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11 Automobiles
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FOR SALE:-1950 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, good condition.
8250.00, Cristobal 3-1343.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford V-8
Custom 300, 2-door Sedan. Per.
fed. condition, 16,000 miles.
Price 81900 will consider all of offers.
fers. offers. Must sell before June 30.
Contact Mcilvaine, House 248-D
Coco Solo. Phone 36-356. For
demonstration on Pacific or At Attlantic
tlantic Attlantic side.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
convertible Impala coupe, model
1767, 'color Harbor Blue top,
equipped with Turboglide, push
button radio, and w.w. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida, on or about july 11,
1959. $2,776.00. Call Mrs.
Brown Panam 2-1759 from 2:00
to 5:30 p.m. or jack Kerr, Colon
800.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ford Sun liner
convertible, Thunderbird engine,
power steering, Fordomatic, ra radio,
dio, radio, duty paid, SI 550 Navy
3519.
FOR SALE:--1952 4 door Ph-
mouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 ol,
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 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, hydramatic
and radio 't575 Balboa 6378 or
6444 7:30 3:30.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Bel-Air sedan, two tone paint,
w g w., 2,800 miles, like new,
S2,300. Phone Balboa 2-2744,
inquire 0599-A, Bayano St. An Ancon.
con. Ancon. IBoats CI Motors
FOR SALE: 14' Fiberglassed
runabout, 1.958, 35 horse out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer, accessories, $650.
0433 Ancon, phone, Balboa 6326
or 6412.
FOR SALE:Runabout, 13 feet,
15 hop.. Evinrude, trailer, con controls,
trols, controls, complete. $400. Clayton
2281.
FOR SALE:-0-25 h.u. Eyinrude
5175.00, uhope Balboa 1816,
anytime, house 0859-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:--Bludworth under underwater
water underwater metal treasure locator,
brand new. Tel. 3-1214.
Gen. Cods Flies
To South America
On 8-Day Mission
Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts,
Caribbeas command chief of staff,
this week left on an 8-day official
visit to Ecuador, Bolivia, and Co Colombia.
lombia. Colombia. Representing the commander-inchief
Caribbean, Coutts will meet
with military mission and state
department officials in these coun countries
tries countries on matters of mutual inter interest.
est. interest. The Caribbean command has
responsibility for the U.S. Milita Military
ry Military Assistance Program (MAP) in
Latin America.
Among those Coutts was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to confer with were the E Ecuadorian
cuadorian Ecuadorian Minister of Defense, the
Bolivian commander in chief of
the Armed Forces, officials at the
Bolivian Military Academy, and
the Colombian Minister of War.
His tour, which also Includes
stops in Peru, will serve to fami familiarize
liarize familiarize him and his party with
these countries through visits to
several different cities, the Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights joint command said.
Caribbean command staff mem members
bers members on the trip include Lt. Col.
William A. Franks, plans and oper operations
ations operations officer, J-4; Cdr. Francis
R. Sanborn, military assistance
Programming officer. J-3; a n d
Maj. Lawrence M. Meier, secret secretary
ary secretary of the Joint Staff.
Staff officers from the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean accompanying the,
official party are Maj. Prudencio I
D. Illibarri and Maj. William 11.1
Fleshman.
Rio Abalo Church
Will Host Sunday
School Convention
The Rio Ahajo Church of God
located on 16th Street will be host
Sunday to the various congrega congregations
tions congregations of The Church of God on the
Isthmus for their annual Sunday
School convention. This year the
theme is "Charging the Enernson
Fortress by Teachers of The
Rook."
The theme scripture chosen is
Ephesians 6:17 -----"And take the
helmet of salvation, and the sword
a the Spirit, which is the word of
God."
The nitblic is invited to the serv servires.
ires. servires. The opening devotional xerv xervice
ice xervice will begin at 9:30 a.m. and
the closing service. R Singspira Singspiration,
tion, Singspiration, will start at 2:30.
A color motion picture entitled
"Bearer of the hook" will be
shown at 10 a Ill the film has been
made available hy the American
flihip Society.
0110Wing the film Rev. Wm.
1 ivingston will deliver the mea meagage
gage meagage of the day. A nanel discus discus,ion
,ion discus,ion on the theme led by Rey. G.
IN. Grandison will be held at, 1:30
p,tn.

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IMiscellaneous 1
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pontoons 48. East 25 Street,
Calidonia, Gonsilei-Espino S.A.
FOR SALE:Two exhaust fans,
60 cycle. 440 volts, 5 hi). Mat
be seen at Ft. Clayton, Officers
Club Building T-38. New. have
never been used. Sealed bids will
be opened at 1 p.m. Friday 10th
July.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV. radio. Hi-Fi and
transistors.
We do more Work, because we
do it 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.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damag o.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emargincy or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
WE NEW reupholster all types of
furniture. We remake mattres mattresses
ses mattresses as new (pick up and deliverv
same day). Call us for free esti estimate
mate estimate HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
National Ave. 41. 'rel. 3-4911,
3-7348.
Balboa Cubs to Take
'Know your Neighbor' Tone
Cub Scout Pack 2, of Balboa, is
sponsoring a "Your Neighbor" tour
of Panama City on Saturday, for
members of the pack and any boys
who are interested in the Cub
Scouting Progrram.
This supervised guided tour by
chartered bus will take about six
hours, and many points of histo historical
rical historical interest will bsi visited.
Any boy attending Ancon orBal orBalboa
boa orBalboa Schools between the ages of
8 and 11 who would be interested
in finding out more about the Cub
scouting program and attending
this tour is invited to call the fol following
lowing following for complete information:
Mr. McCauley Balboa 2-1580; Mr.
King, Balboa 2-2386; Mrs. Hat Hattrick,
trick, Hattrick, Panama 3-7024.
Benefit For Manna
Bible Institute
Planned On Friday
A program to benefit the Matt
na Bible Institute School of Pa Panama
nama Panama will be held tomorrow night
at the Christian Mission of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The "kick-off'' program will In Introduce
troduce Introduce the "stewardship certific certificate
ate certificate plan," it was asnounced by
the new board of directors.
Special vocal numbers will be
rendered by the institute. The Rev.
Reginald Wheatley, interim direc director
tor director of the Panamerican Institute,
will be guest speaker.
Friends of the Institute are In Invited
vited Invited to attend the program which
will begin at 7:30 p.m.

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IIEREDIA June 20 June 25
LIMON June 21 July 2
COMAYAGUA July 4 July 9
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Weekly sallings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle

SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM
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To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return $400.00

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Home Articles
FOR SALE :Clothes dryer, 59
Norge, electric, like new. MO.
Albrook 7133.
FOR SALE:Four piece living
room, se in upholstery $250.00.
2-4338, 460 Austin.
FOR SALE:--G.E. refrigerator.
$50. Small deep from M.
Good condition. Call 3-1773.
FOR SALE:--SALTERINI PORCH
SET 150.00; SALTERINI
CHAISSE LOUNGE 48.00; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Chinese screen 89.00; mod modern
ern modern living room sets 135.00; Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood beds (new styles) 69.00;
modern vanity wlarge mirror
39.00; lovely dinette gets-formica
t p 75.00 child's wardrobe,
39.00; rttetal dressers 15.00;
mattresses 6.50; her eeeee stoves
1900; ARMY COTS 5.50; pil pillows
lows pillows 1.25. CREDIT TERMS.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE, Ave.
Nacional 41, Tel. 3-7348, 3-
4911.
IMotorcycles
FOR SALE:Motorzyclo Mak
Blizzard 250cc. Tol. )(Wig. Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 P.m.
LOST:Billfold with important
papers lost in the vicinity of Ca Calle
lle Calle Manuel kali No. 7. Campo
Alegre. Billfold had a triangule
with an "S" in center. Wh
returns it will be rewarded. Call
Panama 3-0683.
Long-Time Resident
Dudley Hinds Dies
After Brief Illness
Dudley S. Hinds, 72, who mi migrated
grated migrated to the Isthmas in 1906 dol doling
ing doling the early Construction Days.
died at the Panama Hospital Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday after a brief illness. He
was a retired employe of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company and made
his home in Rio Abaio.
He was a member of the Loyal
Victor Odd Fellows Lodge and the
Silver Employe Death Benefit As Association.
sociation. Association. Survivors include his
widow Mrs Jane Hinds, two sons,
POnald end ignatiel
daughters Oltriind Agattittlfinds
and Mrs, Menne Carter: five
grandthildie and several ether
relatA 78.
The body will be taken to the
lodge hall tomorrow afternoon at
2:30, and from there to St. Paul's
Church for funeral services at 3
p.m. Interment will be at Jardin
de Paz cemetery at 4 p.m.
Music Appreciation
Co'urse Holds First
Mee ling At JWB
A new music appreciation course
sponsored by the USO-J1VB will
have its first meeting at 8 o'clock
this evening, at the Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa.
Conducted by Prof. Zdenka Fisch Fischman
man Fischman of the staff of the University
of Panama, this new group will
meet every fourth Thursday. The
subject of this week's class "Pro "Program
gram "Program Music versus Absolute Mu Music."
sic." Music." Those who have not yet register registered,
ed, registered, may do so on this evening.
Sails Arrives
Cristobal
Sails Cristobal
Arrives
FREEDER SERVICE
Every (15) Days
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Classified rage eloses11:36
Mon.,to Fri. 11 a.m.
Sal, 2 iLlitr-:Sat. tor Sun.
fifties Opiin't-Sweekdays.
111 Real Estate
FOR SALE:Z:1.4i 500 and 1.000
boaters, in the Neon Hipadromo
Urbanization, tweet the Ramon
Racetrack. Alt:tots with street
fronts. sewage, water main and
elearicity Cali W. McBarnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALLBeautiful residence.
4 bedroom, livingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1,800
in. 9th. Street No. 28, San
FranCiSCO
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN.
Three hectare, of land wIth mo modern
dern modern house, concrete: two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
maid's room, bot water. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished. refrigerator,
etc. Oft Cerro Azul Highway.
Phone 4-1128.
Misceilaneous I
EXPERIENCE DRESSMAKER has
time available for other clients.
Call Pan. 3-6176 between 8 a.
m. to 4 p.m.
Business Establishments. Choice
space still available for display
at NI.F.W. teener carnival, Al Albrook
brook Albrook Field, June 30 July 5. Call
Curundu 6233, for information.
AIR CONDITIONERS
DUTY FREE FROM OUR STOCK
IN THE COLON FREE ZONE
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE.
FROM $179.50 UP.
ERA, S. A. Tel. 3-7895
P. O. Box 910 Panama
Animals
FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup pupov's.
ov's. pupov's. AKC registered. Cali Navy
3986, between 9:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m.
DONALD PONDER, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Weigle Jr. of
Margarita, recently received his
bachelor of arts degree in for foreign
eign foreign trade and Spanish from
Mississippi Southern College. A
Navy veteran, Ponder was grad graduated
uated graduated from Cristobal High School
and also 'attended Bryant' Busi Business
ness Business Co lige and the University
oi Guanajato in Mexico. He is
residing temporarily in New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. Paraiso Township
Plans Bible Quiz
Sing On Saturday
A Bible Quiz Singspiration will
be featured Saturday night at the
Paraiso Gymnasium.
Three students of the Manna Bi Bible
ble Bible Institute of Panama, Cleophas
Clarke, Leon Brown and Joseph
Bishop, have been selected to ask
the questions. The entire audience
will take part and prizes will be
awarded. In addition, a sing of
gospel songs and choruses will be
held.
The Kings Four, The Fine Arts
Coral Group, and others will par participate.
ticipate. participate. The Rev. S. N. Brown of
the Panama Baptist Church will
be the guest speaker.
The program A sponsored by tile
Youth Council of the Bethel Mis Mission
sion Mission Church for the benefit of
young people. The general public
invited.
Report Marilyn
(Monroe, Thal Is)
Fine After Surgery
NEW YORK (UPI) Marilyn
Monroe was reported in "splen "splendid
did "splendid condition" today at Lenox Hill
Hospital where she underwent
gynecological surgery Tuesday.
The beautiful blonde's husband,
playwright Arthur Miller, said he
expected she would be able to go
home tomorrow.
"Mrs. Miller had a comfortable
night. She will be allowed out of
bed this morning. Her condition
is ,most satisfactory," her doctor
reported in a Morning bulletin.
The gynecologist who perform performed
ed performed what he said was "corrective
surgery," Dr. Mortimer Rodgens,
said the actress was "in splendid
condition. She's doing fine."
Rodgers said there was "no
evidence of pregnacy."
Miss Monroe has had two mis miscarriages
carriages miscarriages since her marriage to
Miller and underwent surgery
bout two years ago following the
first of them.

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By SAM SHULSKY
Q. 1 wonder how long the Ives.
ent interest in common stocks
can continue. .1 am used to
seeing eight per cent- common
stock yields and two per,cent mu municipal
nicipal municipal yields. ..so Ijind today's
arrangements a-bit stirprising.
To fight inflation one ,can't ac accept
cept accept a ridiculously lew return on
a stock, say 2.5 pet cent, just
hedge against the pOssible rise
in the price of beef. So what's
wrong witheXakingadvantage of.
relatively-high; tat-exempt yields.
.and the- possibility that more
investment money may become
available, thus:casing an appre appreciation
ciation appreciation or the 4ecurities involv involved?
ed? involved? A. These are excerptir from a
lengthy, well-thought out :letter
on investing.
The answer, as would he ex expected,
pected, expected, can't be given in a word
or a sentence.
The current stock market(and
the market for the last several
years) has been moved to a
large degree by an almost uni universal
versal universal lack of faith in the future
of the U.S. dollar. This helps ex explain
plain explain 'the rush into common
stocks without much thoughts as
to whether. the shares yield five
per cent, three per cent or,,ro
per cent at all. The threat of
steadily rising prices as the dol dollar
lar dollar loses value has been enough
to lift the stock market averag averages
es averages to the highest prices In histo history.
ry. history. I can well understand the a amazement
mazement amazement of so'ber, old time in investors
vestors investors who think a good, solid
common share should yield five
or six per cent whereas a tax taxexempt
exempt taxexempt municipal should sell on
a two or three per cent basis.
But such an order of things
can he sunnorted only on the ba basis
sis basis that the bond is safer than
the stock. And the rub has been
that in recent years it hasn't
been.
A gilt-edged bond Is no longer
gilt-edged if the $1,000 you are
repaid at maturity will buy only
60 per cent of the $1.000 you, 'out
into the bond originallv.
fear has led to the "Commonr
stocks-atrany-priee" philosophy of
the last few years.
How Iiing will' )1t continuerIT
don't know. Many experienced
market watchers feel we've seen
this year's highs. Others talk of
further advances. There's a lot
of mob psychology invol.ved here
just as there has been in ev every
ery every speculative bubble in histo history.
ry. history. But one thing seems certain!
Putting aside for the moment
temporary setbacks in the mar market
ket market and corrections of over-zealousness.
in any "glamor stock"
areas, you must expect a fright frightened
ened frightened people to want equities,
rather than dollars, just so long
as our Various gofernmentslo-;
cal, state and Federal contl-;
nue to depreciate the dollar by
borrowing and pouring out mon money
ey money as though it were going out of
style. 4
.
t seemt the srasf mole moleity
ity moleity of our reit4enry prefers it
that wayot at east has not
made much of'a complaint. Day
after day We'tead of waste and
misuse of public moneys, but no
one seems to care; least of all
our elected representatives. And
as far as the electrorate itself is
concrned, it seems to have lost
its sense of indignation,

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisentiower warned Congress
yesterday that work on the na nation's
tion's nation's superhighway network will
start coming to a halt next month
unless it provides new funds. He
called anew far a hike of 1 1-2
cents in the federal gasoline tax.
In a sigtement released by the
White House, the President said
that without quick action to re replenish
plenish replenish the highway trust fund,
work on the 41,000-mile highway
system would cease in 36 states
and the District of Columbia with within
in within a year.
Ten states New York, Calif California,
ornia, California, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, Florida, New Hampshire,
Vermont and Oregonwould have
to stop issuing new contracts dur during
ing during the next three months, he said.
"We are on the verge of a stale stalemate
mate stalemate in the orderly development
of our vital interstate road net network,"
work," network," the Presidcmt warned.
"This is a critical situation ...and
one which should give great con concern
cern concern to every motorist." ,,,
In prodding Congress again to
enact the gasoline tax bike he
recommended last January, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower made clear he was not in interested
terested interested in either of two alterna alternative
tive alternative financing plans advanced by
Democrats. He said they "wopld
be unacceptable to me."
One simply would repeal the re requirement
quirement requirement that the highway, prO prOeram
eram prOeram be kept on a pay-es-yOulo
basis and let work proceed despite
the deficit.
The other would use existing

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NEW YORK (UPI) Although
brokers generally agree there will ,,
be a summer rally this year,
SOM'ff express' teas view it wilt be
on a selective rather than a gen general
eral general basis.
This means the investor is fac faced
ed faced with the task of choosing the:4'
right stocks. Brolters in recent-
days have beet' listing issues,
they feel win be ,,,the market lead-
ers in a summrise.
Hayden, Stoncand Co. uys high higher
er higher price levels are indicated for
such stocks as Bethlehem, U.S.,
Lukens and Copperweld in the
steels; Joy Manufacturing, Food:,
Machinery and, Cincinnati Milling
in the machinery group: Southern
Pacific, Northern!' Pacific and Il Illinois
linois Illinois CentralStrithe rails; Ford,
Chrysler anti Aireerican Motors in
the autos; and- Monsanto in the
chemicals. -7 ;
In the event of a strong sum summer
mer summer upsurge, -Walston and Co.
feels the following stocks could
participate in the advance: Chug.,
ler, Bethlehem, Westinghouse, Na National
tional National Distillers, American Cyna Cynamid,
mid, Cynamid, Kennecott, Anaconda, Du DuPont,
Pont, DuPont, Allis-Ohalmers, Johns-Manville,
Caterpillar Tractor, and Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore and Ohio.
Swift and Co. is a depressed
"big" stock that could do a lot
better over the next 6 to 12 months,
says W. E. Hutton and Co. It es estimates
timates estimates Dayton Rubber earnings
could a,pproach 'S3 a share this
year against $1.19 a year ago.

F131, Police Hab
Ex-con Caughorn,
Houdin' Of South
anMANN hid (VIM
Seven-times escaper Lonas Ray
Caughorn was on the inside look looking
ing looking out atain today, waiting ex extradition
tradition extradition t rom a Cleveland jail to
face a variety of charges in three
Southern states.
Caughorn, 33, was iaptured by
Cleveland police and FBI agents'
Tuesday as hn left the apartment'
of a girl friend. Detective Capt.
Patrick O'Malley 'aid Caughorn
apparently had been living in the
Cleveland., area for the past 10
4114044,Vfirts
,,.,,'Thottttgltatte wits held on a fed.
Warrant charging unlaWful
ZUVAiliroll1014 confinement. His.
magi plated nnder $20,000 bond.
The handiome Caughorn, formes
restaurant chef and "ladies man,"
left a trail of broken prison doors
and tangled romances throughout
the South. His seventh and latest
jail escape occurred day 11 in
Knoxville, Tenn:, when hilOcon.
fronted gtiards with a smuggled.
pistol. His wife, who was visiting
him at the time, was held or
questioning.
Caughorn, who previously es escaped
caped escaped from jails in Tennessee,
Xreorgia and Louisiana six times,
'wati;n114,Abbxville jail on ear
eLtrgrii.4
r droPping from sight for, a
few days, Caughorn was spotted
by police mowing grass at a rela relative's
tive's relative's home in Tennessee. But ha
faded Into the Woods when officers
104410, ,1."14
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ville, Jacksonville, jewelry store was held
up. The proprietor identified Caug Caughorn
horn Caughorn as the gunman who stepped
into a ear and.;fled toward Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Fla. Police in that city
jumped Caughorn. and his compa companion,
nion, companion, capturing The Tatter, but a again
gain again the mercurial Lonas Ray,
the Houdini of the South, eluded
the dragnet
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revenueslif the Treasury to offset
the deficit-
Eisenhower said these proposal,
"would solve nothing."
"They would either increase the
size of the highway fund deficit
by further postponing the pay-a,
you-go principle, or reduce: the
general revenues available for oth other
er other essential programs," he said.
Despite the President's new Plea
it was almost certain Congress
would not increase the federal gas
tax, which now totals three eent,
a gallon.
Democratic leaders in the NOUS'
where gos tax legislation must
originate', already have turned
thumbs 001NO 'On the increase.
l'he-Ifonee-,Publ,ic Works Com Committee
mittee Committee more ,than month ago ov overrode
errode overrode GOP ,opposition and voted
24-10 to permit Continued alloca allocation
tion allocation of new' 'highway funds WS
summer despite th'e impending de;
licit Congress then would have no
alternative but to appropriate ger gereral,
eral, gereral, funds fmm the treasury.
Shortly before the President',
statement Was issued. Chairman
Charles A.' Buckley (D-N.Y.)
this committee, said congressionat
testimony- showed 29 states are
"stronglv opposed to any increase"
in the gas tait.
Buckley, in a letter to Chairman
Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) of the
tax-writing House Ways and Mean,.
Committee, Also took issue with in indirect
direct indirect assertions by the W h t
liouse tbat motorists yant the Iss,
tax hiked.

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an old print showing Henry Comstock, right, at the Mount
Davidson, Nev., site of the rich silver deposit discovered June 8,
1859. Stamp will go on sale in Virginia City, Nev., June 8.

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litiEN VISITS SCHOOLAs her schoolmates stand in formation. a little girl presents flowers
to,Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Marguerite Bourgeois School in Quebec City, Cana Cana.
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Philip.

Suspense
Of Angry
Mrs. Earl Long
Flees Louisiana,
Fears Husband
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BATON ROUGE, La., June 25
(UPI) The first ladv of the
state of LOIliSialla last night
fled its borders and her hus husband's
band's husband's fight to regain his execu executive
tive executive powers from a mental hos hospital,:
pital,: hospital,: tit9c
"IVIrs. Blanche Long, whose
destination was not known.
was known to fear what a
psychiatrist termed the "hom "homicidal
icidal "homicidal tendencies" of hey hus husband.
band. husband. Gov. Earl Long.
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Her, daParSre WM not ex extOutt
tOutt extOutt to intortere with sanity
caring lot .Long stheduled for
tomorrow. githoUg4,She signed
the comMitment ,Impers and
had ..tWin subpeneeti.ge a wit witnet:1E0,11e
net:1E0,11e witnet:1E0,11e bellaing.
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As Mrs. Long fled, the Proos
WerS being carried in for a
.' drama to be played beneath a
, viftialc., etball hoop to determine
Whether ber husband is fit to
be governor.
t Irbe scene was set for heads
40 roll if the answer is "yes."
The decision weighed on the
Shoulders of a soft-spoken
iudge. his face deeply lined and
naing horm-rimmed glasses.
hewas an appointee of Earl's
rother Huey's hand-picked suc suciessor
iessor suciessor in 1936.
tiihe judge's name is Robert
. Jones.
,, Whether he is a "Longman"
IA if moot question. He has been
23' years on the bench, appoint appointed
ed appointed first and elected three times
without opposition.
In Louisiana, if he has Earl
iong's disfavor, he would have
'ell opposed.
-He has just heard two mur murder,
der, murder, trials and, for the first
time, passed the death sen sentence.
tence. sentence. '''",,When it rains it pours," he
;ad 'yesterday.
The question very simply
wits: Is Earl Long insane?
--Jones will have to answer that
question.
:, Earl Long says he is com com,pletely
,pletely com,pletely competent to resume
titheiresponsibilities of his of-lice.
He says he was "kidnap "kidnaped"
ed" "kidnaped" by his wife and others.
Ile says he has been impeach impeached
ed impeached xithout a hearing and Dut
in At state mental hospital un unableLto
ableLto unableLto communicate with his
alq1.4
nie attorney, Joe Arthur
Sint, spoke out on Earl's con conditton
ditton conditton yesterday for the first
time since be was committed.
abOuting and screaming, as a
Sehfiophrenic paranoic.
Slits is one of three non-medical
peopIP who have seen Earl
Lohc in the hospital since he
Wan committed last Thursdav
Sims today has suboenaed
LOng's wife and the Ih-utenart
governor of Louisiana plus 10
others to appear at the hearing
Mt& Blanche Long asked for
her -,bushand's commitment
the lieutenant governor has
defined to take over power
ferp his nolitical chieftain.
LeUislana today is without, a
goynor.
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.:.,. Earl Long says he is corn- Til CENTRAL enate permission yesterday to vim a matter tney mignt nave act- he endured in silence and vindi- sian-Aigerian noroer r rent:it
o rect an error in the congres- tied themselves.
csiornal record's account about "It is a sad commentary that eates his stand of trying the case nlanes strafed the infiltrators late
in the court and not in the news- Tuesday right.
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Langalis of Panama City; Mr. and
,pletely competent to resump virt a dcbatc over the Commodity an entire month of the court's papers." arty vest,?rday morning, the
, RELEASE! Credit Corp. time and energy has been devot- Mulligan added that Stokowski rebels infiltrated through French
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. titheiresponsibilities of his of ofI
I ofI he
In i record the name came ed almost exclusively to the res. and Mrs. R. Moran of Panama; -..t.
had failed to win the increased defenses around this city. annar annar,
, annar, i lice. He says he was "kidnap- A 0:75 0.40 out "Communist Credit Corp." elution of problems which ma- Sp4 and Mrs. R., L. Sullivan of Dia- TODAY,'.75 : 40 'A':
; I ed" .by his wife and others. 1 custody be originally went to court finny reformed and clashed with a
, i 10 says he has been Impeach-I y Shows: 1:00, 3:21, i for in seeking a change in a 1955 French commando unit. blo; Mr. and Mrs. F. St. J. Whit- 1:30, 3:10, 5:05, 7:00, 9400 11.1;1
t in f anam i r
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custody arrangement. For alorsst five hours, the corn corned
ed corned xithout a hearing and Dut 6:07, 8:55 p.m. Mrs W V Malcolm of Panama
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' in let state mental hospital un
able' to communicate with his II rail .NIMOMftittOMMENNEN T T "This aspect of Justice Nathan's mandos and rebels fought in close
City; M-Sgt. and Mrs. D. J. 0'. ''''''
.a, I decision may require f u r t her quarter combat in tangled vine vinei
i vinei Connor of Ft. Clayton and CW04 -". '''
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fitt study." Mulligan said. vards and orchards close to the
MO attorney, Joe Arthur isigC1711g11 0 na Rh n 0 and Mrs. M. J. Roberson of Fort ... A tr..--',4$ t.-
Stokowski started the court hat- Bone airfield.
1 Kobbe. '''' C., "'' 5
gill spoke out on Earl's con- tie with R suit demandinc that his The commandos finally herded
D RELEASE D time with the boys be increased the rebels into a field, four miles .,
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time since he was committed. 7406 ft
Gl.;02 ;:la g from five months to six months pori south of Bone, bounded on three rSalchnio1 In r
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4 sheuting and screaming, as a A A'
one-week R year. He wound up with sides by ti meandering river.
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sChteophrenic paranoic. 0.75 0.40 While troops kept the rebel
l'i '. 0111. month. DOUBLE
THE STAGE TOPS
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Y Be also hail asked for formalize- force pinned for three hours, ili
barrelful f, i
i SIMS is one of three non-medical
people who have seen Earl t SHOWS: 3:10 4:48 6:58 7:58 P.M, rontfilion Takes
Lollg in the hospital since he THE BOOK! tion oi an informal arrAngement wave after wave of fighter-bomb- of high ''''''
- he had made with Miss Vanderbilt ers strafed and bombed them. wide and I) ,...
Wan committed last ThursdaY. THE PICTURE TOPS --,..1
C.) to see the boys everv day, either Residents -of Bone, awakened by Turn For Worse ransom k j
' )8Ims today has suboenaed IL I (t.' 'c at her home or his. Ile wound Iln the sound of rifle and automatic hilarity! '
LOng's wife and the litutenant THE PLAY! -,,,,, k- 1.4.4.) r, 1
,, with the rialit to see the boys only fire shortlyater 4 a.m., gathered
governor of Louisiana plus 10 1, Attec't t, ,ilt ' Aile Aileothers
others Aileothers to appear at the nearing ', ,,X,e0111' i' Nls,):10 on WeelrAndS. ir the stteets to watch the planes SPOLETO, Italy, June 25 (ITO CC3 C"'""21 I
mow 4
nom 0,,1. In addition. Stokowski bad asked in action. The crunch of bombs Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong took
., IR& Blanche Long asked for AIM el
, .fr In bo allow oti tn take the bovs mit and the hiss and whistle of rockets a turn for the worse last night and OPE, 1101
i het' ,busband's commitment TECHNICOLOR
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N. ,A.t,,,,i ', 4 nf the, country. Th, iwirtp riopd,he echoed through the city suburbs. his bout with bronchial pneumo- liost
''' the lieutenant governor has a A,:ikVsttrf O.'s,'
1. defined to take over Dower ..-", 07i -1. '.. emelt! take them anywhere in the Shortly after noon, the SOUnd of nia was complicated by a heart
n 1 ferp his nolitical chieftain. -, ', ;
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,,1 VP 0 A 4:101,4,4-, turned to their bases. A doctor's communique this
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r LOUINIana today is without, a ; .,-, 4r i 4411 Si
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Mounts At Prospect
Gov. Long Going Free

BATON ROUGE, La. June 25'
(UPI) Earl K. Long's lawyer
moved into this tense capital city
today and began behind-the-scene,
talks designed to free the govern governor
or governor from a state mental hospital
possibly before a scheduled habeas
corpus hearing tomorrow.
Suspense built up at reports a
revengeful and angrY governor
might get out.
Attorney Joe Arthw Sims, for
years one of Long's staunchest
backers, said he ca'me to Baton
Rouge on a routine automobile
accident case for a client.
But as soon as it was finished
he went to the Capitol House
Hotel overlooking the Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, the center of intrigue and
bargaining in Louisiana politics.
There he began earnest conver conversations
sations conversations in the dining roim.
Sims was asked whether he in intended
tended intended to go to District Judge
Frank Leblanc who committed
Long and asked for a reversal of
a commitment.
"I do not intend to do that," he
said.
"Does that mean you will not
take any further action to free
Governor Long until tomorrow's
hearing?" he was asked.
"No, you cannot say that,"
Sims replied. "I cannot say at this
time what action I will take.
"I have just issued two more
subpenas for the Friday hearing.
One is for 'the deputy. who 'drove
Governor Long to the courthouse
the night he was taken into cus custody."
tody." custody." Sims already had subpenaed tile
lieutenant governor, the attorney
general and persons involved in'
Long's detention.
State officials were plainly
frightened at what might hap happen
pen happen if a revengeful Long is freed
and moves against those he says
"kidnaped" him.
If Leblanc should reverse the
commitment. Long would--get out
immediately with no need for the
habeas corpus hearing schedtiled
to be held tomorrow in a junior
high school gymnasium converted
into a temporary courtroom at
Covington, La.
The morning bulletin from
Southeastern Hospital at Mande Mandeville
ville Mandeville where Long is held said:
"Governor Long's condition is
unchanged, his physicians report
this morning. He continues co cooperative."
operative." cooperative." State Atty. Gen. Jack GermilH
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lion was one of those who moved
to protect themselves.
Gremillion went to Shreveport
and his office issued a statement
by him that said he had no inten intention
tion intention of battling against the gov governor
ernor governor to keep him in the hospital.
Gremillion said that impression
had been given but that he wanted
to make it "crystal clear" he was
required by the state constitution
to represent the State Department
of Hospitals, against whom Long
brought suit.
"My office will represent the
aforesaid a,gency and personnel
and present their legal positions
in this matter to the twenty-second
judicial court not in the spirit
of opposing Governor Long's re release
lease release if waTra.uteA,t in seeing
that the etitirt'IOS661Vtlie law and
facts of the case before it in ord order
er order that it may properly decide the
issues," he said.
"If, in the opinion of the court,
Governor IA)ng should be releas released
ed released I can only reiterate what I
have said all along that my cOn cOncern
cern cOncern is to perform our duties to
the best of our ability fairly aud
impartially and that whatever de decision
cision decision is made, that it will be in
the best interest of Governor
Long's health and welfare."
Hopes Dwindle For
Mis 5ing Persons
In Norwav Blaze
VOSSESTRAND, orway, June
25 (UPI1Discovery of more bo bodies
dies bodies today sank hope for persons
reported missing in a blaze that
swept the American tourist-packed
Stalheim Hotel.
Police found three bodies in the
charred wreckage of the four-story,
wooden hotel this morning.
The discovery raised the known
dead in Tuesday's fire to 13. Po Police
lice Police said 11 nersons remained
missing but added they had little
hone of finding hem alive.
Norwegian Police Commissioner
Johannes Haugland ordered troops
to search woodlands near this
tourist-favored west coast village.
The area has already been vain vainly
ly vainly hunted for lost survivors.
Crprlit where Due
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Sen.
Allen J. El lender D-La. won swift
Senate nermission yesterday to
correct an error in the congres congressional
sional congressional record's account about
a debate over the Commodity
Credit Corp.
In the record the name came
out "Communist Credit Corp."

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"WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES"

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BURL IVES, ACADEMY AWARD WINNER AS THE
BEST ACTOR OF 1959

Bout Rescheduled
For Tomorrow
Because Of Rain

NEW YORK; June 25 (UM
The world heavyweight title
light between champion Floyd
Patterson and Ingemar Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson has been postponed
until tomorrow night because
of rain and the watersoased
condition of Yankee Stadium.
The announce m ent was
made today by promoter Bill
Itosensohn, who said that if
the same situation prevails
tomorrow, a new date would
have to be decided upon.
Patterson weighed in at 182
pounds to 196 for the chat chatienger
ienger chatienger this morning.
Argentine Officers
Under House Arrest
By Frondizi Govt.
BUENOS AMES, June 25
(UPI) Eleven high-ranking
officers, including a number of
leaders of the 1955 revolution,
have ignored orders to report
to authorities investigating a
new plot against the govern government.
ment. government. War Secretary Hector Solanas
Pacheco told newsmen last
night that the list includes five
generals and six officers of
lesser rank. An admiral previ previously
ously previously had been reported in
house arrest.
Principal figures among the
men who failed to report are
Gen& Arturo Ossorio Arena,
former war ,minister
Police Col. Desiderio Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez Suares, was denounced in
parliament last week as a lead leader
er leader of a new anti-government
plot.
The navy anOnunced yester yesterday
day yesterday that Arturo kial, a former
navy undersecretary, is under
house arrest while authorities
investigate his recent activities.
Interior Minister Alfredo Vi Vitolo
tolo Vitolo said last nignt that Presi President
dent President Arturo Frondizi has suc successfully
cessfully successfully weathered the politico politicomilitary
military politicomilitary crisis. that appeared
likely at one time to force his
resignation.

Gloria Vanderbilt Decisions
Stbkvvski In Cutdy Fight

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NEW YORK, June 25(UPI)
Heiress Gloria Vanderbilt, whose
own mother was ruled "unfit" to
r ar her 25 years ago, won her
child custody battle against con conductor
ductor conductor Leopold Stokowski today.
But the judge who ruled in the
case scolded the couple for bring bringing
ing bringing their troubles to court.
New York Supreme Court Justice
Edgar J. Nathan said he could not
rule that either the heiress or her
ex-husband were unfit parents, de despite
spite despite the angry charges they made
against one another at the outset
of their fight over their two young
sons.
But the judge said it would be in
the best interests of Chris, 7, and
Stan, 8, if their mother had com complete
plete complete custody, with generous visi visitation
tation visitation rights to the father.
The decision cut sharply the a amount
mount amount of time the co'nductor may
spend with the boys each yer and
gave Miss Vanderbilt. now the wife
of movie and television director
Sidney Lumet, full say in aU mat matters
ters matters affecting the children.
Neither pprent was in court
when the judge handed down his
decision, in which he berated them
for taking up his valuable time
with a matter they might have set settled
tled settled themselves.
"It is a sad commentary that
an entire month of the court's
time and energy has been devot devoted
ed devoted almost exclusively to the res.
elution of problems which ma
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giving them 24 hours to accept a contract extension or face being laid off before the strike deadline,"" tAr-l't5I,' ',' g
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Eisenhower s Bond Proposals
. companies would. have to start those companr p r 0 phials two
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shutting down their blast furnaces weeks ago ind authorized 'Union hf-..'
Friday if the union decided not to ficers to call a strike ,if no now.o.--,'
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o accept a contract extension. The greement existed when the Ow.'"
projected steel truce included a tracts expire at,,,nlidigebt sext''
proviso that either side could end Tuesda,,- - -ftt, r,,'t ,, .,,,4,
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the extension upon 10 days written
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to bweonds more proposal. Neither side would say that ne- ion as had been' ported ,durtot
gotiation meetings had been sched- the day and said the cothpanies 4dir
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ing their interest ceiling has current limit of 414 percend uled. not plan ot make any new offer.t, ''.:
attractive to buyers by remov- The request to wipe out thet
been flatly rejected by House interest on government bon .s A union spokesman revealed that The U. S., Steel executive warnedt
Democratic 1 e a d e r s, it was was part of a three-bill fi- at this stage of the game in previ, that unless the -union accepts 04
learned today. nancing package submitted bX ous negotiations, the union already contract e x t e n s i o n plan ;t0t,
locals establishing an orderly pro, begin shutting down the mills tin&
The decision to scuttle the Eisenhower two weeks ago. n had sent instructions to its various day, the companies will have,te
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"We have not done that this "Since the companies do not w.itnt,
Committee Democrats, Speaker national debt ceiling. year," the spokesman said. "That a strike' and since. it appears tat
Sam Rayburn (Tex.) and House It would permit the, debt hto helps to explain Cooper's ultima- there is no possibility of an ape&
rise to 295 billion dol ars. T e
Democratic leader John W. Mc- tum to accept the contract exten- ment by tomorrow,'? Cooper sigid;
ceiling now is 283 billion dol dolCormack
Cormack dolCormack (Mass.). sion by tomorrow or face a shut "the companies have proposed that
Treasury Secretary Robert B. lars. down of the plants." operations continue without diving
Anderson, who is leading the The third proposal to elim- McDonald, althotrgh he would not tions during the pendancy of sego.
fight for Eisenhower's plan, met t t
inante the 3.26 percent in et'es comment on the contract 'extension tiations."
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WASHINGTON, June 25 (UPI)
President Eisenhower's plan
to make government bonds more
attractive to buyers by remov removing
ing removing their interest ceiling has
been flatly rejected by House
Democratic leader s, it was
learned today.
The decision to scuttle the
President's proposal was reach reached
ed reached on Tuesday at a secret cau caucus
cus caucus of House Ways and Means
Committee Democrats, Speaker
Sam Rayburn (Tex.) and House
Democratic leader John W. Mc McCormack
Cormack McCormack (Mass.).
Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson, who is leading the
fight for Eisenhower's plan, met
with the full Ways and Means
Committee, but would say noth nothing
ing nothing to newsmen afterwards.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D (DArk.)
Ark.) (DArk.) said Anderson would meet
with the corrunittee again.M0A again.M0Aday.
day. again.M0Aday.
Members ref use d- to say
whether Anderson had been
told to submit alternative leg legislation,
islation, legislation, but some said it should
have been clear from the start
that the President's plan would
be unacceptable.
The 10 Republicans on the
25-member committee were un
1 ture, intelligent parents should
be able to work out themselves
for the sake of the children," Na Nathan
than Nathan said.
,"E is a total victory," said Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Krakower, attorney for Miss
Vanderbilt. "It is clearly a total
victory for Mrs. Lumet and I am
confident that the welfare of the
children has been served."
Speaking for Stokowski, who
claims to be 77 but is described as
85 by his for3ner wife, attorney
William G. Mulligan said the deci decision
sion decision had rejected Miss Vanderbilt's
effort to deprive Stokowski "alto "altogether"
gether" "altogether" of his right to have his
sons with him.
"The decision achieves Mr. Sto Stokowski
kowski Stokowski No. 1 aim, to get these won wonderful
derful wonderful boys out of the hot city -of
New York every summer and al allows
lows allows him to take them anywhere
in the United States of his own free
choice.
"It achieves Mr. Stokowski's
aim to insure that these boys
have the continuing benefit of
their father's companionship and
paretital influence throughout the
year.
"Incidentally, it clears Mr. Sto Stokowski's
kowski's Stokowski's good name from all the
irresponsible name-calling which
he endured in silence and vindi vindicates
cates vindicates his stand of trying the ease
in the court and not in the news newspapers."
papers." newspapers." Mulligan added that Stokowski
had failed to win the increased
eustody he originally went to court
for in seeking a change in a 1955
cutiedy arraneement.
"This aspect of Justice Nathan's
decision may require f ur t her
study." Mulligan said.
Stokowski started the court bat battle
tle battle with R suit demandine that his
time with the boys be increased
from five months to six months end'
one-week R year. He wound up with'
Onl. month.
Be slso had asked for formaliza formalization
tion formalization oi an informal arrangement
he had made with Miss Vanderbilt
to see the boys everv day. either
at her home or his. Ile wound l'n
with the right to see the boys only
on weekonds.
In armition. Stokowski hod asketl
to bo allowed to take the lures out
of the country. Thf itylrte
emelt! toke them anywhere in the
united States but not anywhere
else.
Miss Vanderbilt, In renlying
Stokowski's suit. had demanded
that he be allowed in have the boys
with bim only two weeks a year.
Stokowaki ClitOst;artsel fit.
nest of Miss Varorhilt. who ell.
vorce4 him In MS. to hay full
custody of tho boys. He raised
the matter of her having been
under a psychiatrist's care et ens
time.
Miss VRnderbilt unleashed a se series
ries series of attacks on Stokowski, ac accusing
cusing accusing him of hirine detectives to
watch het and of being an abusive
tyrant.
She likened him tn an old worn wornan
an wornan and said he Ind "old world litth
century Ruperstitions" aboW children.

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derstood to be solidly behind
the President on the interest
proposal.
The request to wipe out the
current limit of 414 percent
interest on government bonds
was part of a three-bill fi financing
nancing financing package submitted bx
Eisenhower two weeks ago.
The House quickly passed and
sent to the Senate Eisenhower's
request for an increase in the
national debt ceiling.
It would permit the debt to
rise to 295 billion dollars. The
ceiling now is 283 billion dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The third proposal to elim eliminate
inate eliminate the 3.26 percent interest
ceiling on government savings
bonds was stalled behind the
more controversial request to
wipe out the interest barrier on
the regular bonds.
The administration said Con Congress
gress Congress must wipe out the 414
percent ceiling on bonds matur maturing
ing maturing in more than five years be because
cause because buyers can get a better
return on other securities.
This, it said, forces the
Treasury to resort to short shortJerni
Jerni shortJerni securities which have no
inieresC ceiiing The adminis administration
tration administration says this feeds infla inflation.
tion. inflation. Democrats argue that remov removing
ing removing the interest ceiling on long longterm
term longterm bonds would be just as
damaging. They say all interest
rates would follow government
biOndS AlDward AnA produce a
new round of inflation.
French Trap
Algerian
Suicide Band
BONE, Algeria, June 25--(UPI)--
1 French troops and planes trapped
and massacred an Algerian rebel
"suicide" band yesterday in an
eight-hour pitched battle on the
outskirts of this port city in east eastern
ern eastern Algeria. t
An official report said that 44 of
the 60-man rebel force were killed
in the fighting. It made no men mention
tion mention of the fate of the other rebels
or French casualties.
It was the most spectacular
clash since -the French army
forced the Algerian rebels to re resort
sort resort to guerilla warfare more
than two years ago.
It also marked the first rebel at attempt
tempt attempt to attack this key city in the
French deefnse network.
Military sources said the rebel
1unit was sootted when it crossed
the electrified barrier on the Tuni'siap-Algeria"n
border. French
Manes strafed the infiltrators late
Tuesday right.
arty vest?rday morning, the
rebels infiltrated through French
defenses around this city. annar annarehtly
ehtly annarehtly reformed and clashed with a
FrPnch commando unit.
For almIst five hours, the com commandos
mandos commandos and rebels fought in close
quarter combat in tangled vine vine.
. vine. vards and orchards close to the
Bone airfield.
The commandos finally herded
the rebels into a field, four miles
south of Bone, bounded on three
sides by ti meandering river.
While troops kept the rebel
force pinned for three hours,
wave after wave of fighter-bombers
strafed and bombed them.
Residents 4)f Bone, awakened by
the sound of rifle and automatic
fire shortlyater 4 a.m., gathered
ir the stteets to watch the planes
in action. The crunch of bombs
and the hiss and whistle of rockets
echoed through the city suburbs.
Shortly after noon, the sound of
firing died away and the planes re returned
turned returned to their bases.
A short time later, an official an announcement
nouncement announcement said the battle was
over.
Spanish Classes
Are Offered Free
In Panama City
Free night classes In Spanish
will begin Monday at the Carlos
A Mendoza School in the Mexico
School Building in Panama City.
Classes will be held from 7 to
9 p.m. Monday through Friday un underethe
derethe underethe direttion of Moises More Moreno,
no, Moreno, school coordinator.
The school is located at B Ave.
and 10th St.

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R. Conrad Cooper, executive vice
president of U. S. Steel Corp. and
the industry's chief negotiator, an announced
nounced announced the ultimatum. He said the
companies would. have to start
shutting down their blast furnaces
Friday if the union decided not to
accept a contract extension. The
projected steel truce included a
proviso that either side could end
the extension upon 10 days written
notice.
Neither side would say that ne negotiation
gotiation negotiation meetings had been sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. A union spokesman revealed that
at this stage of the game in previ previous
ous previous negotiations, the union already
had sent instructions to its various
locals establishing an orderly pro procedure
cedure procedure for banking the furnaces.
"We have not done that this
year," the spokesman said. "That
helps to explain Cooper's ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum to accept the contract exten extension
sion extension by tomorrow or face a shut
down of the plants."
McDonald, althotrgh he would not
comment on the contract 'extension
plan, did point out that it carried
no provision for any retroactivity
of any new agreement negotiated.
McDonald-said following yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's meeting that the union had
made a "non-inflationary proposal
to the companies of a specific char character."
acter." character." Cooper retorted that "we have
seen no union proposal which
provides any possible chance of
concluding labor agreements."
He added that the companies' po position
sition position that there is- no employ employment
ment employment cost Increases "is unchang unchanged."
ed." unchanged." McDonald said the companies
Little League
Boys 14, Girls 9
LITTLE LEAGUE P-10 uld
Fourteen boys and nine girls
were born at Gorgas Hospital dur during
ing during the week which ended at mid midnight
night midnight Monday. Fathers of five of
the babies are natives of the Canal
Zone. During this same period 186
'patients were admitted and 182
were discharged, according to the
hospital report.
Parents of the second generation
Zonians are Mr. and Mrs. O. S.
Green of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. Gordon of Pedro Miguel: Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Rocker of Los Rios;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Blackman of
Gamboa to whom daughters were
born; and Mr. and Mrs.. L. E.
Small of Panama City, whose ba baby
by baby is a boy.
Tbe other boys were born to Mr.
and Mrs. G. H, Bailey of Coco li;
Mr. and Mrs.- J. H. Hooker of Pan Panama
ama Panama City: Ale and Mrs. A. J. Fris Frisby
by Frisby of Rodman: Dr. and Mrs. F. L.
Pollard of Balboa: Sgt. and Mrs.
R. E. Pensyl of Coco li: and Sp4
and' Mrs. L. E. Cooper; Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Jarvis: Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Small and Maj. and Mrs. K.
O. West of Panama City.
Parents of the other girls are Lt.
and Mrs. N. H. Miller of Ft. Koh Kohbe;
be; Kohbe; Ale and Mrs. J. M. Juarbe of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Langalis of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. R. Emiliani of Panama; Mr.
and Mrs. R. Moran of Panama;
Sp4 and Mrs. R:4L. Sullivan of Dia Diablo;
blo; Diablo; Mr. and Mrs. F. St. J. Whit Whittingham
tingham Whittingham of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Malcolm of Panama
City; M-Sgt. and Mrs. D. J. O'-
Connor of Ft. Clayton and CW04
and Mrs. M. J. Roberson of Fort
Kobbe.
rSalchmo' In Grave
rontfilion Takes
Turn For Worse
SPOLETO, Italy, June 25 (ITO
Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong took
a turn for the worse last night and
his bout with bronchial pneumo pneumonia
nia pneumonia was complicated by a heart
condition.
A doctor's communique this
morning said the jazz king en encountered
countered encountered a ,crisia about 2,o'clock
this morning. By 7 cm. his con condition
dition condition Was "stationary" and had
showed only "slight improvement"
by 10:40 a.m.
But again later his condition
took another turn for the worse.
A hospital spokesman said he was
in "grave" condition.
Three heart specialists were ur urgently
gently urgently summoned from 'Rome.
They Were expected to make a
decision on whether Armstrong
shOuld be moved to the Italian ca capital
pital capital for more intensive treatment
in the International Hospital there
Armstrong's wife, Lucille,: his
inanager and his personal el'octor
remained at his bedside during
the day.

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McDonald wag equally adaman
He said he would tell the wags
Policy Committee today that "wit
have no agreement, that we bay
no collective bargaining meeting:
scheduled."
The 33-mnn Executive Board :e4t
the Wage Policy Committee, hi
scheduled to meet today at tht
Roosevelt Hotel. The full commit:
tee is to convene at 2 p.m.
I Weather Or Nof
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This weather report for the 24
hours ending ton. today le
prepared by the Metterologleal
and Hydrographie Branch-el th.t,
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Balboa Cristobal.
TEMPERATURE:
High 92 BS
Low 74 80
HUMIDITY:
High,,,,,.,-., 97 93
tow 62 t 1
WIND:
(max. mph) N-12 NE-12
RAIN (Inches) .17
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 8,3
LAKE ELEVATIONS;
Gatun Lake b 82.93
Madden Dam 21709,
milmpimmb
BALBOA tibES
FRIDAY. JUNE, 26
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Time Ht.
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2:15 p.m 14.9 ft.
Low
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2:06 p.m 1.8 ft.
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