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

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

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riama jaP to return to their homes in (Alba. At
tured rebels who chose to retain his "barbudo"

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13r continued the fight
ley surrendered. Of Ofthe
the Ofthe accusation.
rebels included eight
and a Cuban. All
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orestall the invasion leade
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low their soil to be count
ise for invasion.
mded rebels, one of Mills!
lari, were brought to
and hospitalized un- TO

"Let the people knots the truth end the country is sale" Abraham Lincoln

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N MUFTI' Julia Herrera, sole girl member of
wasion forces which have been held in a Panama
e the Nombre de Dios incident, fills out the form
nded) at Tocumen Airport just before leaving for
d this morning. Her costume is in sharp contrast
Eitting coveralls she wore in the brief and ill-fated
)aign.
eieaci,12Wounded

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AN INI5EPENDENT

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The rebel leader was identified
, as Rafael Somarriba, a former
1 Nicaraguan National Guard lieu lieu'tenant.
'tenant. lieu'tenant. He was among the cap cap!tured.
!tured. cap!tured. A mixed Nicarguan Honduran
military commission has een
!,guarding the frontier since n
abortive airborne invasion of Ni Nicaragua
caragua Nicaragua from Costa Rica May 31
' and June
The Nicaraguan government of
President Luis Somoza and his
West Point-trained brother, Gen.
Anastasio Somoza, smashed the
revolt withthe capture of the ring ringleaders.
leaders. ringleaders. At the time, the Somozas charged
that other "communist-inspired"
plots were afoot to invade their
country.
111;gs Cotton in Tokyo
TOKYO (UPI)--Malinda Berry
the 1959 Maid of Cotton, arrived
in Tokyo yesterday from Bangkok,
Thailand, on her round-the-world
tour. Miss Berry was met by
irepresentatives of the Japanese
Cotton Industry Promotion Assn.
and presented with a bouquet by
Yoshiko Hirose, the 1959 Miss
Cotton of Japan.

PANAMA R. P., MONDAY, MINE 29, 1959

No Truth In
Herter Report
Gromyko

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MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
said today that statements made
by Secretary of State Christian
Herter in his report to the Ameri American
can American people on the Big Four Gene Geneva
va Geneva conference "do not contain a
single strain of truth."
He also charged in a statement
that stressed Russia's unyielding
position on Berlin that the West Western
ern Western powers planned the three threeweek
week threeweek recess at the Geneva. con conference
ference conference in advance and deliberat deliberately
ely deliberately sought an excuse to get it.
However, he said he thought the
talks did some good.
Gromyko said the United States,
Britain and France must "give
up their unrealistic conceptions"
to pave the way for a solution
of the Berlin crisis.
In a 15-page statement on the
Geneva conference, Gromyko re referred
ferred referred to the "strange assertions"
made by Herter in his radio-television
report to Americans that
Russia intended "to swallow West
Berlin and deprive its residents
of freedom."
"Such arguments do not con contain
tain contain a single strain of truth and
can in no way testify to the de desire
sire desire of objectively shedding light
on the Position of the Soviet
Union," Gromyko sal&
He reiterated the Soviet denials
that the proposals on Berlin sub submitted
mitted submitted at Geneva 'were "ultima "ultimatum0'
tum0' "ultimatum0' HS' saidAhe proposals Proved
,tbetatit oak.: b Intenta
inake,'unilateral solutions ortile
question of the rights of the West Western
ern Western rowers in Berlin" either !IOW
or after an agreed period in any
interim agreement. The Soviets
have demanded that the Allies get
out of Berlin in lft moots.
Gromyko said that thA Soviet
:Union "shares to a considerable
degree the appraisal of the pros prospects"
pects" prospects" of the conference by Brit British
ish British Foreign Minister Selwytt Lloyd
'who spoke about the Posaibility
of the success of the talks."
"There are initial points which
makp us hone for the positive
eonclusion of the work of the
Geneva conference," the Soviet
minister said.
"We would like to believe."
Gromyko added. "that the govern governinents
inents governinents of the Western powers will
take advantage of the intermis intermission
sion intermission in the work of the Geneva
conference...to appraise the So Soviet
viet Soviet nronosals more soundly. eive
tin their unrealistic conceptions
which make it difficult to achieve
agreement and on their part start
to nrepare an agreement whieh
wotild make the situation in Berlin
healthier and onen the road to
Dea cefi 11 settlement with Ger Germany."
many." Germany." HP gave no indication that the
Soviet Union would make anv,com anv,compromises
promises anv,compromises to match those he de demanded
manded demanded from the West.

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Set For Wednesdayi

The regular monthly Town Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at Diablo will take place
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo clubhouse.
Principal business on the agenda
will be a talk by Philip Steers,
Panama Canal Company comptrol comptroller,
ler, comptroller, who will discuss Canal -"Zone
housing rent structures, and an.
swer questions from the floor.
All residents of Diablo, Ancon,
Los Rios, Balboa and Balboa
Heights are urged to attend.

By CLAIRE COX
NEW YORK (UPDThousands
of young people are spurning the
luxury of summer vacatiom to
work as volunteers on church churchsponsored
sponsored churchsponsored projects ranging from
digging ditches to teaching tene tenement
ment tenement dwellers how to sew.
While headlines call attention to
outbursts of juvenile delinquency
in big cities, these young people
of all faiths are paying their own
way to travel great distances
just, to work haro for two months
either with no pay at all or
only enough to cover their ex expenses.
penses. expenses. They are serving in work
camps or youth caravans of are
on assignment -to individual proj projects.
ects. projects. Their labors include tering
for patients in mental hospitals,
painting churches, making toys,
building roads, farming and tak taking
ing taking children of working mothers
on mitidgs.
Some of the projects art spon

WAXILY NEWSPAPER
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REUNION IN RIO Roberto Arias greets his wife', British bal ballerina
lerina ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn, on her arrival in Rio de Janeiro.
Arias, who was refuged in the Brazilian Embassy in Panama
for two months, left for Rio last Thursday after receiving a
safe conduct from the Panama government.

Love lady Has 10-Point Word
On Friday's Holiday Status

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sSfirlfrolnn ovq,, the Otua .Pf etruverstmio It bk:juihstkixot;
forlita, ;Itily 3, as a holiday tor do not require that ,be ba on
Yes has duty.
US government fmplo
been clarified in an announce- An employe who is ordered
to report for duty Friday "for
ment by the AMeeiCan Federa Federapublic
public Federapublic reasons" and does not
tion of Government Employes,
comply will be charged with an- I
received today by Rufus Love Lovelady,
lady, Lovelady, president of Canal Lodge nual leave and is not entitled
14, AFGE., to a compensatory day off later.
The points emphasized in the
statement were:
An employe already on leave 10 000 mph Monkey
with pay will not be charged I
leave for Friday.
For employes on authorized To Gel SPCA Medal I
leave without pay, the July 3 1

order will not be of additional F
or Srace High,
benefit, but will be simply an another
other another leave-without-Pay day.

An employe who was sepa separated
rated separated from Federal service on
or before June 12, the day the
President signed the order, 1.011
receive regular compensation
for July 3 in his lump-sum leave
payment.
An employe whose regular
off-days are Friday and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday is entitled to a com compensatory
pensatory compensatory day off for Friday.
An employe who is required
to work Friday, a regularly
scheduled workday, will receive
straight-time pay.
If an. employe's overtime
day is Friday, July 3, he is not
entitled to overtime pay under
the new order, but is due for
overtime pay or a compensatory
day in accordance with other
statutory authority.
An employe whose overtime
day is Saturday is entitled to
premium pay for working July
4. However, if his agency is not
closed, he must be charged leave
if h edoes not work Friday,
July 3.
Employes receiving addi additional
tional additional annual compensation
for regularly scheduled OM'S
of duty will be charged leave
for being absent Friday, if
that day is within the sched scheduled
uled scheduled tour.
An employe getting com compensation
pensation compensation for irregular, un unscheduled
scheduled unscheduled hours of duty may be

Church Youngsters Show Faith

sored by individual churches.
Some are sponsored by several
churches who have banded to together.
gether. together. Others come under the
supervision of the National Coun Council
cil Council of Churches.
The activities may be locally,
nationally or internationally spon sponsored.
sored. sponsored. The Commission on Youth Proj Projects,
ects, Projects, with headquarters in New
York, has put out a 31-page cat catalogue
alogue catalogue of "service opportunities"
for young people, suggesting ways
to "invest your summer."
The Evangelical and Reformed
Church and the Methodist Church
are among those who send out
yeitith caravans each summer.
Each caravan conaists of a hand handful
ful handful of young people who spend
a week in a different area for
each of five or more weeks.
They help with church activi activities,
ties, activities, conduct Sunday services to
give ministers time off, make
surveys and refurbish thurch
buildings.

PENSACOLA, Fla. (UP1)---The
American Society for the Preven Prevention
tion Prevention of Cruelty to Animals win
give a medal today to the sur survivor
vivor survivor of last month's historic
space flight by two monkeys.
Monkey Baker will receive the
medal of recognition from Wil William
liam William Rockefeller of New York,
president of the organization de dedicated
dicated dedicated to protecting animals from
mistreatment.
Dr. Detrich Beischer, Ira of
the department of biochemistry of
the Naval Aviation School of Medi Medicine
cine Medicine here, will accept for Bal,.er
in ceremonies at the Pensacola
Naval Air Slation on the northwest
Florida Gulf of Mexico coast.
Baker, .a one pound squirrel
monkey, was prepared here for
the May 28 flight, 360 miles high
and 1.700 miles down the Atlantic
tracking range from Cape Cana Canaveral,
veral, Canaveral, Fla., at speeds up to 10,000
miles an hour.
She made the trip in a specially
equipped capsule, inside a Jupiter
missile nose cone, with a seven
pound rhesus monkey named Able.
Neither suffered injuries or bad
effects from the first space flight
of a primate.
But Able died June 1 during an
operation for removal of a ttny
recording device. Baker since has
undergone two successful oprra
tions for removal of small plat.
inum electrodes.

Work camps
church project.
denominations
these.

also are a big
Many different
participate in

Recruits at Congregational
Christian work camp in north
Dakota are building an Indian
camp center. A congregational
camp in Hugson, Calif. gathers
fruit windfalls, dries tilem and
ships them to the Orient. Another
group is building a road in the
Ozark mountains of Missouri.
A Methodist work camp is be being
ing being set up in the heart of Jersey
City, N.J., where students will
repair, clean and paint the La
layette Methodist parsonage.
The work camp movement grew
out of a 1914 essay written bY
William James on 'the Moral
Equivalent for War."
,
i'he first u os.' work camp was
se up in 1934, near Pittsburgh,
by the American Friends Service
Oimmittee, Se; establish a turni turni'
' turni' I
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Throughout the world
more people buy
SeagrantsVO.
than any other
imported whisky.

US Answers
With Charge
Of Meddling

BERLIN, June 29 (UPI) West German federal as.'
semblymen converged on West Berlin today for Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's election to choose a new West German president
despite a Russian warning that it would be "hostile pro provocation."
vocation." provocation." Pravda, the Russian Community party organ, had de demanded
manded demanded that the elections be held somewhere else be besides
sides besides this divided city, which is within the territory oc occupied
cupied occupied by the Communist East Germans.
In Washington, the State Department accused the
Russians of interfering in the internal affairs of West
Germany and of trying to put new obstacles in the way of,
a solution of the Berlin question. The department painted
out that the Russians did not object the last time presi presidential
dential presidential elections were held in West Berlin in 1954.

The assembly's 1,038 deputies
will choose a new successor to
President Theodor Reuss, who
is nearing the end of his seeond
five-year term.
Henrich Leubke, minister of a agriculture
griculture agriculture and a member of ihe
Christian Democratic Party of
Prime Minister Konrad Adenaper,
is practically assured of election
The other candidates are Carlo
Schmidt, a member ef the So-ialist
Party and vice president of
Patlietneftt'lititrsittiriktclteirr
member of the 'Free Democratic
Party and also vice preside0' of
the West German parlian4nt
Assembly members, began ar arriving
riving arriving bv plane for the Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday election with the full support

Confessed Rallis!
Shifted From Jail
For ialP-Ifeeninn

MONTGOMERY, Ala, (UPI)A
23-year-old Negro, who confgssed
he raped a 31-year old snci,olv
Prominent white woman Saturday
in her home near here, has been
transferred from the county jail
for "safe-keeping."
Clv'ef Dernitv Sheriff Richard
Goodwyn said he moved the sus susnect,
nect, susnect, Drewev Aaron of Rirkvilie,
Ala., after rereiving mvsterious
telnohone rail. Saturday night.
The unidentified caller asked
Geedwvn ;n wh;eh cell the pris prisoner
oner prisoner was being kept and the dep deputy
uty deputy renl,ed. "he's not in the coun county
ty county jail. moved him elsewhere
for safe-keeping."
Goodwyn said he had no knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of feeling running high over
the vicious attack. but the move
was an extra precaution for the
prisoner.
Montgomery County Sheriff Mac
Sim Butler said father of three
had given a detailed confession of
how he had attacked and kept the
32-year-old mother a prisoner in
her own home.
Aaron said in the statement he
shooed into the home on the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Montgomery while the
woman was watering the lawn. He
said he hid in a bedroom closet.
and when the woman discovered
him by opening the closet for a
baby dress, he attacked her.
The suspect said he dragged
the woman out onto the floor of
the bedroom, tied her hands and
feet and raped, het.

In Summer Labors

ture factory to give work to un unemployed
employed unemployed coal miners.
Now more than 100 different
groups sponsor sizable work
camps around the world. The
United Nations Educa ional
Scientific and Cultural Organiza Organization
tion Organization (UNESCO) coordinates tbe
international work activities of
40,000 young people every sum summer.
mer. summer. These international projects in include
clude include refurbishing a college at Le
Chambon, France. which was
first aided after World War 11 by
the Congregational Church and
number of groups. There Is a
road-building project at Yuquiyu,
Puerto Rico, and a work camp
devoted to health, home econom economics,
ics, economics, agriculture and literacy at
Tochimizolco, Mexico.
Young people are paying their
fares to go to Marseilles, France,
to go to Korea to construct a
vocational cchool and to to to
Bolivia to help Okinawan refugees
harvest their tic crops.

FIVE CENTS

Wayward Busses
Tracked Down
South Of Border

of the United States whito de
nounced as "tendentious" a for!
mal Soviet protest againit the
election.
West Germany, despite some
misgivings by Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer, was holding its' presi
dential election in West bberlin ag
a symbol of Western determma
tion to remain in the Communist,
encircled city. Technically, West
Berlin is not part of the West
German 'Federal szqtepubAief,;alo
'thougrIlrest' Bertiners4 use iffelt
German passports, k,
Soviet 'foreignf minister Adroit
A. Gromyko 'denounced the elm
tioM yesterday in a statement iti
Moscow. lie said it was a scheme
designed to "make rougher" the,
work of the Big Four foreign min..
isters in trying to reach a settle.
ment of the Berlin crisis.
The East-German Communists
have threatened to make troub,0
Gerhard Eisler, bail-jumping fut.
itive from U. S. justice and now
the East German propaganda.
chief threatened a new blockade
of the city.
Few West German leaders be
lieved the Reds would carry out
their threat to seal off the land
approaches to West Berlin to keep
Nie assembly members out. But
just in case, most assemblimeis
were flying from Bonn to Tempeli.,
hof Airport in the heart of West
Berlin.
Russia sent formal notes of pro
test to West Germany and the
Western Big Three powers against
the site of the election to choose choosea
a choosea successor to retiring President
Theodor Reuss.
In Washington, a State Departk
ment spokesman said the U. S.-.
was "amazed by this tendentious
Soviet objection."

MEXICO CITY, (UPI) Two' of
three "wayward busses" that vans
ished under a purported purchase
deal in the U.S. have been lotatect
in Mexico, federal police soureelli
said today. The third was atilt
missing.
One has been simpounded
dad Miguel Aleman, state of Tao'
mulipas, and another has been les
cated in the private garagek
Mexico City business firm. 44"'',,
U.S. consular officials saidiltelt :.
had been hotified of the bus diaaps'
pearance by attorneys for Handal
Turner of Spartanburg, S.C.
They added that a format re;'
quest to Mexican authorities fat
return of the busses will be made
as soon as necessary document
are received from Turner. Thie
can be done under the stolen ear
treaty in effect between tho tw,
countries.
Police here have given orders
that the bus in Mexico Cit not
moved from qs present location,
It was reported here that a Tent 4.
slate warrant is out for a Texan'
man who supposedly master-mindo.
ed the deal from Laredo, TexaS4
Police declared they understool
the man telephoned to Turner, tells
ing him he had prospective purs
chasers, and they wanted to take :
the vehicles out for a "trial ruks,..
They never came back. Whethey
there actually were prospective'
purchasers or they were merely,
imaginary and part of a planned
theft has not been determined.:,,,
The bus in Mexico City was Ole
livered to a Mexico City firm Init
possible purchase after ittdriostel
offered by an atidaimiallad

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up their unrealistic conceptions" ,.?..:, s.'-''..,1'..,:s.s.4:,4,,:,..:,-k;4,: ,:- ,
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odbye to their "host," Maj. Jose D. Pinilla, chief to pave the way for a solution .,.,;.!.
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of the Berlin crisis. :-,::: :- '-'t!:,. ::V.,',,,.'- s.:,.::,,,VMV:',4tANiP uermany and of trying to put new obstacles in the way of,
nama jail to return to their homes in Cuba. At In a 15-Page statement on the ',:' ',.;;)r,,::,,,,,k,.s.'..Vii'. ... ....k'i,-.,,Y4',.......0a,km.s.,.,,,r4itt Ili a solution of the Bedin question. The department pointed I
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out that the Russians did not object the last time presl preslferred
ferred preslferred to the "strange assertions"
dential elections were held in West Berlin in 1954.
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made by Herter in his radio-tele- REUNION IN RIO Roberto Arias greets his wife', British bat bat.
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n-Ae.... mese 1' E b 1 Panama
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Arias who was refuged in the Bram Ian m assy n
The assembly's 1,038 deputies of- the United States white de-.
will choose a new 'successor to nounced as "tendentious" a for!
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th 1 ft for Rio last Thursday after receiving a
President Theodor Ileuss, wh,o mai Soviet protest againtit the
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tain a single strain of truth and five-year term. West Germany, despite some' 1 ;
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Christi-an Democratic Party of dential election in West bberlin all i
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The other candidates are Csrlo encircled city. Technically, West 't
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Moscow. He said it was a scheme
Party and also t vice president' of ,. reit:1k minister Abdrat
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men Federamen y e I, to report for duty Friday "for Aasemb y
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nual leave and is not entitled g Four foreign min.'
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lady, president of Canal Lodge
to a compensatory day off later.
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with PaY w Shifted From Jail
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For employes on 9,uthorized s
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of the city.
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leave without pay, the July 3
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he anhe raped a 21-year old somily approaches to WetwtBu I :.
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order will not oe of additional For Srace Flight
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were flying from Bonn to Tempelir,
r.:1 Agi: ''''iM.:H:'H :-. "':::;..i:':;:,:3iN:.::iZii:iii:i:i:i,ii:iii:,:.:::: conclusion of the work of t.
other leave-without-pay day. 23-year-old Negro. who -: eir reat to seal off
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.1 sepa.1 ' s' 'vs.' ,, :,:'":iii""".&:':,:::',::::''.:.:.,,!ftlni;iR:.WA minister said.
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12 th day the American Society for the PrevenT
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rated from Federal service on PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI)--The 1
st Germany and the ,:'
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receive regular compensation give a medal today to, eh. coric
for "safe-keeping." hof A.
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President signed the order, Will tion of Cruelty to Animals wi,
I transferred from the county Jail
Cb'ef Dereity Sheriff Richard Berlin. ...
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aid he moved the sus- Russia sent formal not :
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Aaron of Biirkv.ille. test to We es of pro, ',
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Monkey Baker will receive the 0"tldwyn s
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d 1 .f reco nition from Wiil WiilAneilct'
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bear. gi-r:
Mere is an old saying that, at the moment. I can't Quite
recall the exact words. But, I believe it goes something like tens:
"Icou can lead a horse io water but you can't make him drink."
(i'ernans it was another animal -I can't rememoer.)
anynow, it oilers the same philosophy, and I would con consider
sider consider "Ginger Know All" (Mail Box. June 27) in the same cate category
gory category as the subject in that phrase. 'Ginger" undoubtly reads
the newspapers daily, but, for some reason or the other. the
rewspapey aoes not serve him the purpose for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. In other and simplified words, "Ginger" reads the news
but doesn't appear to grasp intellectually what is cortained in
-Qinger," probably has also been exposed to some degree
of education,history in particularI'm certain, but. obvious obviously.
ly. obviously. he doesn't seem to demonstrate any portion of it. Another
oetriment in his character is that he seems sadly incompetent
in exercisin-g his privilege to think, speak and act as a free, and
honest mana man who can distinguish the vast difference be between
tween between reality and false dreams. "Ginger," I'm afraid. seems
enslaved to the latter.
In summarizing all of 'Ginger's" letters in which he over overpatrioticly
patrioticly overpatrioticly praises his government I am forced to arrive at the
regretable conclusion that he is a psychopathic chauvinist.
There simply couldn't be a greater PanaManian patriot than he
by the manner in which he consistently raves about the supre supreMacy
Macy supreMacy of his government's administration and whatnot. It would
be,.a shame if he isn't elected president next term for undoubt undoubtly
ly undoubtly he appears to hold a high margin of intelligence over an
estimated 80 per cent of the populace. I wonder how much pesos
the present and previous governments have invested in him
to have produced such dynamic "patriotism?"
His letters usually are self-contradicting and in turn at atteMpt
teMpt atteMpt to distort facts and people's opinions.
-First to begin with, in his first paragraph in his last letter
:Mine 27th) he alleges that the U.S. federal government stinks
ivoie than his does. I suggest that he do some research and
compare these two government's activities and progress during
1,he last 20 yearsthen go wash his mouth,
Dicept for the unjustified treatment's of Negroes and Jews,
the U.S. has given its people more than any other nation ever
has given its own people.
In his second paragraph he alleged that I've overlooked the
U,B. name-callings of Castrowhen he has readI'm Quite sure
iimy letters criticizing the U.S. attitudes towards Castro and
the Cubansbefore and after the rebels' vietorY
In' his third paragraph he now calls Castro a murderer and
an out spoken blood-thirsty challengerwhile he completely dis disregardcertainly
regardcertainly disregardcertainly not forgottenthe cause of Castro's rage. He
disregarded to state also that, in general, all Cubans rallied for
the executionsand with cause. He disregarded most important,
of all to state that the U.S. in their greatest hypocrital imper impertinance
tinance impertinance had caused Castro's outburst because they objected to
the executions of mass-murderers but not to the Batiatan
slaughters in which the U.S. were virtually accomplices by 81M 81Mplying
plying 81Mplying arms and other aids to Batista.
In his fourth paragraph he spoke the truthfor once.
In his fifth paragraph he claims he's confused by what
ranamanians consider patriotic. He claims the over-throwing of
governments, moving of Presidents, sympathizing with "invaders"
On the part of PanarnanianS is a puzzle to him. Why does any any(me
(me any(me while purchasing a pair of shoes tries one on and finding
it too tight or too loose,, (sometimes too expensive or nt low
quality) refuses it, then tries on another. and so forth? The
feet are the peoplethe countrymenand the pair of shoes. the
government. (Or perhaps "Ginger" always walks out 0f the stores
with the first pair of shoes offered to him?)
(Now, of course, I only used "a pair of shoes" in comparison
to a government 'figurately so as to make myself understood.
But, the principle is applied well, I believe.)
The Nombre de Dios and other inhabitants who sympathized
with the so-called 'invaders" knew what the invaders" were
here for. They considered the "invaders" shoemakers who had
come to assist other local shoemakersthe later, perhaps. were
over-ambitious "shoemakers"in adJusting the right shoe to
fitor to find the right pair.
In his sixth paragraph he asked an illogical question. His
question rated as good as: "If you were Dillinger and a cola
was coming after you, what would you have done?"
In his seventh paragraph he asked another illogical or ra rather
ther rather stupid question. But the answer is that two Guardias
weren't so worried for the Nombre de 'Dios villagers as they
pretended to be. They were worried for their own necks. Those
battle-experienced Cuban guerrillas could have handled our secend-rate
Guardias effectively had not the OAS intervened to
aid Panamaand the Guardia knew it!
In his eight and ninth paragraph he made a stupid remark
to end his letter.
Nobody has branded, so far, the Guardia's surrounding the
"invaders" at Nombre de Dios as a cowardly maneuver as
I'Ginger" believes. But they do brand cowardly the manner in
which the Guardias "charged" so confidently and "courageous "courageously"
ly" "courageously" after the "invaders" were being shipped away. Also the
manner in the which the Guardias made a big display of "cou "courage"
rage" "courage" whenever they had "captured" one or two "invaders" or
rebels who had either surrendered or were completely fatigat fatigated.
ed. fatigated. Such "courage" is surely inc;'mparable.
"Ginger" places all sorts of praises on his government that
in the minds of sensible persons it is extremely difficult to
fathom the depths of his ignoranceor, as I've said, psycho psychopathis
pathis psychopathis chauvinism. He. repeatedly continues to overlookor dis disregardthe
regardthe disregardthe detriments In his countrymen's financial, physical.
political, moral and other conditions in his blinded and illogical
haste to defend his country's status. It's completely beyond the
stage of reason the lengths he goes to at times only to have
somebody duly inform him in the Mail Box that the rope he's
trying to stretch across the horizon just doesn't reach that far.
I'm dumb-founded and slightly sympathetic to have discover discovered
ed discovered that any one person can possess such a tremendous amount
of ignorance, stupidity, false dreamsand worst of all. lack of
honesty to himself.
However, I must say that "Ginger" has great potentialities
for he does possess a knowledge of history. politics and laws.
.1-le should apply these assets to his advantage by trying to see
things as ..they really arenot as he wish them to besand I'm
quite certain he will amazed even himself at discovering the
dynamic resources within himself.

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By ROBERT C. MARK

The nostalgia trees seem to be
in flagrant blossom of recent days
and I am reminded that I was
set upon by female footpads some
21 yeais a-past, and have corn cornpleted
pleted cornpleted a majority of years with
the same dame. Like a baseball
catcher making signals to a
knuckle-baller, she is not without
bruises, but she is still valiant.
The only reason I married this
broad was that I was very fond
of her parents, who fed me grud grudgingly
gingly grudgingly but amply wten I was try.
ing to persuade a succession of
newspaperq that I- was executive
material. The succession of news newspapers
papers newspapers kept insisting that mix mixed
ed mixed such a rich, gooey brand of
paste. and ran such a tidy er errand
rand errand for cokes and coffee. that I
was cony-boy material. I don't
know what the Washington (DC.)
Star pays its copy boys now. but
they paid me S12 a week for a
six-dav week. The News upped
me. They paid me $15.
What I started out to write be before
fore before sentiment attacked roe, due
to a recent visitation of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Webb, nonabrasive in inlaws,
laws, inlaws, was that the reason T tave
nut up with Mama, and Mama.
has put un with me for 71 years,
is completely due to a few prac practice
tice practice swings before matrimony
took over.
One of those reports that
knows everything says that 18
was the average marrying age
for gals last year. Brides and
bridegrooms are getting younger
all the time. Uncuriously enough,
the divorce rate rises as the mar marriage
riage marriage age lowers. people who
get married as adults seem to
stick to it longer than those who
stretch an early romance to a
ridiculous extreme which gener generally
ally generally includes children.
I am not an expert on my old
lady's early palpitations of the
coronary muscle, but I know of
at least four, maybe five, delici delicious
ous delicious excursions into immature ec ecstasy
stasy ecstasy that she made before she
settled on my profile as R eea eeafly
fly eeafly fixture around tho wigwam.
As for me, I fell in love with a
girl named Martha Something
when was six, and was a hope hopeless
less hopeless wastrel with my affectiona
for tte next 20 years. (I even got
into the writing dodgo due to
falling in love with a iournalism
student in my senior 'year at
school. She married a doctor.)
'rhe serious bit of this niece is
that I think the growine trend to toward
ward toward nremarital monoeamv ia a
bad thing for the youne candid candidates
ates candidates for a lifetime of. you should
pardon the nasty word. toenthrr toenthrrness.
ness. toenthrrness. You s'art roine steady at
14 or 15 and. golly gee. you'ro
bored stiff with each otter al almost
most almost before the law and biology
,take,over to spell a marriage cer

Glancing hack to my fifteenth
year, when I was in love with
girls named Mary, Helen, Jane.
and Funy, all in one summer, I
reckon I came upon enough rtirls
named Nan and Gracie and M r rian
ian rian and Loretta to have been the
biggest bigamist of the non-Mliglim
world if I had merely fol followed
lowed followed my fancy. I tell you. I lov loved
ed loved those dolls, with pure and
abiding passion. (I still do, but
they got so manv husbands that
it would he a little complicated.)
But I claim it was Fealthy. I
had the firs' dance with the eirl
I brung, and certainly the lao
dance, or somebody hxd to fittht
me. But in the meantime I was
bird-dogging around and casinl
the flock. What mean is I wasn't
married until I got married. I
didn't have that guilt-complex the
teeners have now with this going goingsteady
steady goingsteady a,nd early marriace busi business.
ness. business. I tad kissed more than one
girl before I sent for the preach
er.
I can cite You a set of nerson
al statistics. Not one of the gals
of whom I wax enamored has ex experienced
perienced experienced a divorce, to the best
of my knowidge. None got
married before they were of vot voting
ing voting ace. All have strtnninc sons
and clean-shaven. if slichtly bald
ine. husbands.
Women make a big thinc of
comparison shopninc. T think
nerhaps if they xi-Armed around a
little more critically when they're
mate-secking, they nicht hang on onto
to onto the same mate.
In mv case. of course. it's dif different.
ferent. different. Mv bride carried he- own
shoteon. and even toiler. when whenever
ever whenever I try ro run away, An beats
me until I cry like a child.

In the English masque of the
time of Queen Elizabeth and
James I, everything that Could
delight the eye and ear WI I"
brought upon the stage. Fairies,
satyrs and Greek gods danced'
about or paraded with meas measured
ured measured step to the light, gay,
' tunes of musieal instrtunenta.'
The masque was something
like a pageant. Xi grew out
of the old English custom of
"mumming," when disguised
revelers went from house to
house at Christmas time.
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Poem to His Honor, tho Mayor
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ditOtha ours on Murray
hill bo ruedoiy cnoppou uownit
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To rid tnis residential sactieo
ot ail its boauty?
Why snouid Jack bo sounding
ott trom stroot and stoopi
Tnat out-of...own trucks aro
mot important than people?
Margaret Fishback Antolini
Celebs About Town: Errol Flynn
dating Patrice Wymore (his long longtime
time longtime estranged wife) and spend spending
ing spending most the lime telling her
about his latest flame, 16...Hugh
O'Brian, as manly as they come,
using his hand to protect his
curls from the raindrops Joni
James iautograpting recordings of
"I S,111 Get Jearous" near the Co Colony
lony Colony Record Shop. Her 4th straight
click...Former screen star Dorothy
Mackail making like a slarlet ov over
er over the jazz at Basin Street East
...Jack Benny at Danny's Hidea Hideaway
way Hideaway being introduced to Mickey
Mantle and many other baseball
stars by Red Buttons...NBC news
star Chet Huntley and his bride
at Yonkers Raceway winning six
out of nine races...Anna Magnani
yakking away in Italian wi,h Lin Lindy's
dy's Lindy's waiter Pepi Gloria De
Haven looking havenly with her
diamond-and-emerald halo at "La
Plume"...Mary Pickford and Bud.
dy Rooers caught in a cloudbrush
(at "Destry"), sharing a cab
with strangers.

Sallies In Our Alley: At the Po Polonais.
lonais. Polonais. last nigh! they were chat chatting
ting chatting about the MAO awarded to
r,ibernce for beinn libeled by a
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breathlessly yells: 'Don't pay
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Barrymore Vignette: Pat Tobin
pays his respects to the "very
gracious" lady, who passed the
other day. "I send it along," he
adds, "because I know your
sense of humor will appreciate it.
It was back in the early 30s. I
was a dress-extra in a movie di directed
rected directed by Eddie Sutherland at
Paramount. I arrived with a
hangover and as they were shoot shooting
ing shooting exteriors, not interiors, I
found a lounge and went sound
asleep. About an hour hter I was
awakened by someone shaking
me. It was Ethel Barrymore.
Shelissid they were getting' rea ready
dy ready and that I had better do so.
too. I anolordred and thanked
her. 'Forget it.' she whispercd.
'we I3arrymores anorcciate what
menns to slriep the morning af after.'
ter.' after.'
Memos of aMidnigttert Don't
invite Betty Grable and Ford and
Hines to the same night club bill.
Started in Vegas Buddy Breg Bregman
man Bregman and Elaine Dunne have been
itemed by many of us. But isn't
her real baybee a young Los An Angeles
geles Angeles steel exec?... Fight People
will be surprised if the Patterson PattersonJohnsson
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Cast of Characters: Xavier Cu Cugat
gat Cugat is suing a Montreal mag for
using a saucy photo of his wife
(Ably- kane) on its cover wittout
permission... Jine Henderson (she
nlavs a tourist in "Suzie wong")
is the dghtr of the Bahamas Lord
Chief Justice... Stenhen Sondheim,
"Gypsy" lyricist. WOn 5 votes as
best word juggler in Variety's
noll of critics. Oscar Hammer Hammerstein
stein Hammerstein gave Sondhoim nointers on
writing song lyrics...Rita Grab le,
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Ag." was waiting for her cue
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Stage Door Grotieho Marx, in
town with his lovely wife and
'laughter Linda. says he's thromth
living at Proadway hotel. "The
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neonle vou ean't avoid ainne
once attractive street!"... Tommy
Tucker, former star bandleader,
who got $3.000 a week, now teach teaches
es teaches English at an Asbury Park
(N.J.) high school at that much
ner annum. Former St. Moritz
Hotel bandleader Eddie Varzos is
now a New Rochelle (N.Y.) psy psychoanalyst...
choanalyst... psychoanalyst... Fabian, the 16-yearold
rocknroller, will receive 675,-
000 for his movie debut at 20th
Century-Fox Barbara London,
show-giri in "Gypsy." is the after-curtain
date of Dennis Hill of
'he tobaccci clan. Marlon Bran Brando's
do's Brando's bongo drums at Hs Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village retreat exceed ,the
number you'd find in an instru instrument
ment instrument store... Beautiful Marguerite
James (Mrs. Teddy Powell.) who
'danced in the Broadway shows.
was script girl for "Middle Of
The Night."
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day's Holliday's new recording, "Your Kid
Sister" (Victor)...Pat Scots at the
Blue Angel. an exciting new
thrush...Danny Kaye's and Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Bel Geddes' warm nlaying in
"5 Pennies." (Bring Kleenex)
the spectacular fire scene on
stage at Radio City Music Hall.
The entire setting aPpears to go
un in flames, the magic of Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Braun, Oat theater's light lighting
ing lighting genius The Hall's movie,
"The Nun's Story" (Audrey Hen Henburn),
burn), Henburn), which may become the
biggest draw in that beautiful
theater's history.
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Eon's! "He's lonelier than a head headwaiter
waiter headwaiter with no hat check Eirl to
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gents have been scrutinizing the Tar TartinLeanngc,iaelepeaeciatilivyitleas
tinLeanngc,iaelepeaeciatilivyitleas TartinLeanngc,iaelepeaeciatilivyitleas neofw nGeomveernioire,,reir
built in Baton Rouge, and various '6"a"I
depolits in the City National his
Bank of Baton Rouge.
'ibis account contains an a- the
mount reported to be in excess of
$100,000, which Internal Revenue 4"..'"
has described as. bribes n d
Oa, but which the Governor des-1,
cribes as "campaign contribu- Ba'
non." Part of the money is re- v,4
ported to have come trom the "II'
teamsters at the time Goveenor 1
Long removed the right-to-work 0;
bill from the Louisiana statutelra,
books on July 21, 1956, shortly at-1 Int
ter he took office for his second o
term. The law had been passed for
July 21, 1954, when he was out of for
office. bli
'Also involved is a payment to
the Governor at the time he ve- thi
toed the Mississippi Bar Pilots sib
bill. When I asked Louis Rousell, 7al
the New Orleans oilman, what he au,
knew about this payment, he was a,
completely frank. for
"Earl Bennings brought $5,000 na,
to me to deliver to the Governor,
which I did." to
Bennings, he explained, repre- ve
sented a group of steamship com- fai
panies which didn't want the
Mississippi. Bar Pilots bill to be- ioi
come law. gu
"Did the Governor veto the tel
the bill?" I asked. Iv
"He did." siC
"Did you deliver the money be- ;de
fore or after he vetoed the bill?" ta:
"Just before." ea
"Did you tell the Governor that
1this was a campaign contribu contribulition?"
lition?" contribulition?" 1!
1 "N, I was just a messenger ,11
boy. I didn't tell him anything." ;!
"He has said that some of
these payments to him were
campaign funds for his re-election,
I Explained.- i
"That sounds like what they i
say in Baton Rouge, when you !,
pay $10,000 to a state legislator,"
replied the frank Mr. Rousell.
"If he's a lawyer, it's legal fee.
If he isn't, it's a bribe.'
"Have you made any affidavits
about this payment?' I ask ask"No,"
"No," ask"No," Rousell replied. "I was
subpoenaed to testify in front 1
of the intelligence unit of Inter-
ral Revenue and I told -mem
oust what happened. I told 3'oit.
Iflennings made an affidavit, but
I just testified."
In a state that takes its poll-
tics' rawarid its bourbon,4eartr,
in the morning, and were Earl's
brother Huey was shot down in
a corridor of the Capitol, Earl
Long has been a better than
average governor. He has increas increased
ed increased the pay of schoolteachers,
built better roads, championed la-1
borand in the latter case got
rewarded for it.
His troubles result from: No. I,
those rewards; No. 2, a recent
diet of dexedrine to pep him up,1
with sleeping pills to put him
to sleep, plus plentiful doses of;
bourbon and vodka in between',
No. 3, the estrangement of his
wife BlanChe.
Mrs. Long had been his most
loyal partner and supporter. But
recently estrangement resulted in
a bitter quarrel from which Mrs.
Long emerged severely beaten up.
Sh summoned two heavy-st nos

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WASHINGTON.No matter what pital orderlies to be on hand cont.:,
happens to the harassed and lianuy in the.' Executive MaLs
but after that the GovernoV
tat problems, he laces almost got more violent, ,'. kicked out i icertam
certam icertam income tax prosectition.iwin,30w panes, became so -obstre-,
beteaguere4 Gov. Earl Long's men Rion,
'perous -that his nephew, -Dr.. Ars
thur Long, was summoned -AI
mil In a th et earl ici tae, lly eywdo rtfooy hot hat, etv re to cacti, teprrirbonubolterem, dss
give him a series ,01 quieting
mental aisturoance. 'shots and send him .to Galveston,'
For wail over a year, a battery The Governor had built,- u p
gents have been scrutinizing th lar amount of morphine adminis-.
such an immunity that a gnu. :
0 fit e tiv eonvueer noare noaretered
tered noaretered to an ordinary m a a'
Long, especially a new home he, millit have killed him. From
tinof aanbociau
built in Baton Rouge, and varioui
: 12actilvnitetiersnal
Ga veston, Governor LOng phnned
nepolits in the City National his secretary ,in Baton Rouge:
Bank of Baton Rouge. "Blanche had better not be in
"this account contains an a- the -Executive Mansion when'. I,
mount reported to be in meat; of come back. She'd better' not be :
6100,000, which Internal Revenue in the new house. In fact, she'd
has described as. bribes a n d better not be in Eaton Rouge.'
Oa, but which the Governor des-1 Significantly, Mrs. Long- ,,I e f t
cribes as "campaign contribu- Baton Rouge two days age, lust
tion." Part ol the money is re- before the Governor's latest ,sa!
ported to have come trom the nity hearing.
teamsters at the time Goveenor But what weighed most heavily
Long removed the right-to-work on Long's mind wa s his income,
bill from the Louisiana statute 'tax troubles. He had argued t.. to
books on July 21, 1956, shortly at. Internal Revenue t h a t ..,-' the
ter he took office for his second ,zifts,, he had received -,,wcre
term. The law had been Nibs"' for campaign contributionzs there thereJuly
July thereJuly 21, 1954, when he was out of fore not income and nok taxa,-
office. ble.
-Also involved is a payment to His aripment ran aground 011
the Governor at the time he ve- the Louisiana Const i t u I i o a
toed the Mississippi Bar Pilots which prohibits a Governor- front
bill. When I asked Louis Rousell, ?succeeding himself. If he couldn't
the New Orleans oilman, what he succeed himselft how could bo
knew about this payment, he was accept campaign contributions
completely frank. for a reelection campaign, inter inter"Earl
"Earl inter"Earl Bennings brought $5,000 nal Revenue argued. This was
to me to deliver to the Governor, why Earl Long was maneuvering
which I did." to 'resign, let the Lieutenant Go.
Bennings, be explained, repre- vernor take over, then announce
sented a group of steamship com- for another term.
panies which didn't want the And it was Long's appeal to the
Mississippi. Bar Pilots bill to be- joint session of the State Le Lecome
come Lecome law. gislature which, when shown on
"Did the Governor veto the television, resulted in such over overthe
the overthe bill?" I asked. I whelming public reactiolt. The in in"He
"He in"He did." side story of this speech and more
"Did you deliver the money be-
, details regarding the Governor's
fore or after he vetoed the bill?" tax problems will be given in an
"Just before." early column. 0,
... .. .. .. .

walked out on him when she
found out his only charm was in
his wife's name" At Envoy:
"Let's put it this way.' You'd
have to be oversexed before you
could blow her a kiss"...At Ori Original
ginal Original Mario's: "There was more
applause when the popcorn ma madine
dine madine was fixeil than when the
picture ended" At the Lia le
Club: "She's as nasty as a crew crewcut
cut crewcut drunk."

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McElroy Says US, Russia Both In Trouble
With Efforts To Get ICBMs Ready For War

QUANTICO, Va. (UPI) De Deiense
iense Deiense Secretary Neil H. McElroy
reported at the weekend that both
the United States and Russia are
baying serious trouble getting
their intercontinental ballistic
missiles on a war-ready basis.
He revealed that there woutd be
a delay of at least 60 days in put putting
ting putting U.S., ICBM's in an operation operational
al operational state but said the Soviet Union
also was having "serious trouble"
witivits missiles. He said the two
countries may still-be neck andneck-
in the race to get the 'deadly
ocean-spanning weapons'
firing.
bleElroy discUssed tha
Program with' newimeni duting
the annual conference Whigh, de de-
- de- tensewaniaisits at itativAlartswi' iivse.
thelirst brealk-im the,seertcy 1
whicithad''atirsounded,the -threeday
meeting, he also announced
that the. joint chiefs of staff had
granted extraordinary powers to
the Continental Air Defense Com Command
mand Command to step up defenses against
a ,missile attack.
McElroy's announcement about
the delay in mounting operational
ICBM's, scheduled for July,
meant that the missiles would not
be On the firing line at their bases
until sometime in September.
The first Atlas missiles were
supposed to be ready for opera operational
tional operational use next month. McElroy
said the delay would be "at least
60 days but perhaps not much
longer."

Minnesota Democrat Urges Reiiction
Of Urgent $3-Billion Tax Extension Bill

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Eugene J. McCarthy t130
urg::d the Sen. yesterday to reject
an urgent three billion dollar tax
extension bill until the House ac accepts
cepts accepts a plan to repeal a special
tax advantage for stockholders.
McCarthy's move apparently
assured a stiff Senate fight over

Michigan. Cops flab
Teenagers Who Say
They Set Two Fires
HANCOCK, Mich. (UPI)---Police
said yesterday they have solved at
least two arsons and possibly
two others with the arrest of two
teen-age boys who admitted they
set the fires to complete a club
initiation ritual.
One of the boys, who is 12 years
old, said the other, who is 13,
put hint up to setting a $110,000
business district fire.
The 12-year-old said the older
boy Jtold him setting the fire was
the only way for him to get in
the club.
He said he planned to start a
fire on the shore of Portage Lake
near Ibis community at the tip
of Michigan's Upper PeninS11111.
But he decided the lake was toe
far away, so he set off a bonfire,
using kerosem, in a downtown
alley Thursday nighL The older
boy admitted helping him.
The boys also admitted setting
another fire the night beforc. in
back of a jewelry store, but fire firenen
nen firenen quenched that blaze before
it threatened any buildings.

TWO STATES ADDED
MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) -The Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Life Insurance Co. of Amer Amerlea
lea Amerlea said today it has been it itcensed
censed itcensed to do business in Ca lifor,
Ida and Arizona bringing to eight
, the number of states in which the
company is permitted to operate.

He also reported that testing of
the Atlas ICBM had been sus suspended
pended suspended temporarily because of
five successive failures in launch launching
ing launching attempts from Cape Canaver Canaveral,
al, Canaveral, Fla. He said the military
"technical people" believed they
knew the cause of the trouble and
that testing was scheduled to re resume
sume resume late in July.
The new powers for anti-missile
defense will create a military
staff for "continental air defense"
under Gen. Earle E. Partridge,
who is headquartered at Colorado
Springs, Colo. The new staff will
be in addition to the "North
American Air Defense" staff also
headed by Partridge.
Partridge, who had proposed the
bew,x-set- 40-kupr, will be P succeeded
:lest -; month by 'Gen. Laurence
Kuter.

McElroy said he did not know
specifically how the new author authority
ity authority would be used but he under understood
stood understood it to be an administrative
reorganization and that Partridge
was satisfied.
Discussing the significane of
America's ICBM delay McElroy
indicated be believes that the
United States and Russia each
may have about 10 of the ocean oceanspanning
spanning oceanspanning missiles in operational
shape by the end of this year.
But he said that 10 or even 100
missiles would not be enough to
enable the Soviets to launch an
effective attack, because "t h a t

the big tax bill when it reaches
the tloor, pernaps tomorrow. The
measure would extend high Ko Korean
rean Korean War tax rates another year
on corporations and such consum
er items as liquor, cigarettes and
new automobiles.
Although the rates are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to drop automatically tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow midnight, McCarthy scoffed
at the idea that congressional de delay
lay delay in sending the bill to the
White House would be cootly to
the already hard-pressed Treas Treasury.
ury. Treasury. He said corporation tax pay payments
ments payments would not be affected since
big firms pay on a delayed basis.
Congress could pass a simple res resolution
olution resolution extending the excise rates
for 30 days while House and Sen Senate
ate Senate negotiators work out a new
bill, he said.
Ale stockholder provision,
Which McCarthy sponsored, was
approved by the senate last
Thursday by a 47-31 vote. It would
repeal a 1954 tax law which per permits
mits permits stockholders to deduct 4 per
cent of their dividend income in
figuring their federal taxes.
The provision was tossed out,
however, by a joint House-Senate
conference committee. The con conferees
ferees conferees also sharply called down
other senate-appmved tax revi revisions.
sions. revisions. A proposal to wipe out the
10 per cent travel tax was cut in
half and Anit off until June 30.
1960.
But McCarth told 'United Press
International in a telephone inter interview
view interview that he thought there was at
least a chance of restoring the
dividend repealer in view of the
"fairly decisive vote" by which it
originally passed the Senate.
He said he believed the House
would back down on the issue if
the Senate stood firm.

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sell automatic data handling
equipment and control 'Wein'.

would not be enough to seri seriously
ously seriously degrade our ability to retali retaliate."
ate." retaliate." He explained that he did not
think the Soviets would launch
an attack that was certain to
bring nuclear destruction in re return.
turn. return. Asked what he would regard as
a "significant" number of ICBMs
for an attack, McElroy said it
would be "some hundreds." He
said the attacker would certainly
have to consider that not more
than 50 per cent of the missiles
would "go the distance."
McElroy said the delay in Atlas
testing was ordered to take "cor "corrective
rective "corrective measures" in the remain remaining
ing remaining Atlactest, models. On cam'
subjects, he said:
There is a danger that nucliar
warheads carried by U.S. Air De.
fense fighters will explode at high
altitude over populated areas but
this is less than the risk involved
in leaving the weapons behind.

Dorothy Malone,
Jacques Bergerac
Wed In Hong Kong

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
Dorothy Malone, 30, and actor
Jacques Bergerac, 32, were mar married
ried married at St. Theresa Church in
Hong Kong yesterday (Sunday) it
was disclosed here.
A business representative for
Miss Malone said she had received
a cablegram from the actress con confirming
firming confirming the marriage. It was the
first marriage for Miss Malone
and the second for Bergerac, who
formerly was married to actress
Ginger Rogers.
Miss Malone said in her mes message
sage message that she and Bergerac would
honeymoon in Hong kong and
Honolulu. The aetress is in the
Far East for shootine of the MGM
picture, "The Last Voyage." Ber Bergerat
gerat Bergerat is making personal appearances.

rApim AMKRICAN AN trimErraorra DAILY NEWSPMTS

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MEDAL WINNERSAwarded war service and Good Conduct medals in shipboard ceremonies aboard the Rodman-based mine mineSweeper
Sweeper mineSweeper USS Falcon this week were (from left) BMI George K. GM2 Billie G. Baker, ENI Howard G. Shouts, SO2
David A. Tryon, BM2 Harold Driggers, SK2 Lowell E. Webb. ENC Ervon CT. Donahoe, RMI David H. Tracy and EN3 Angovine M.
Dunn. Lt. Edward Sottak, Falcon captain, made the presenta-tions.

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little Rock School
Board Makes Ready
For integration

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)
The Little Rock School Board
made plans yesterday to open
four closed high schools this fall,
apparently with token integration,
despite warnings of Gov. Orval'
E. Faubus that it would again
provoke mob violence.
The board met in closed session
then issued a short gatement
saying student registration would
begin shortly under provisions of
a state pupil assignment law
which could prevent a lar ge
number of Negro students from
attending white high schools.
The board's action followa, a
grim prediction by Faubus that
if the federal government forced
integration this fall, "live ammu ammunition"
nition" ammunition" would have to be used.
Faubus also predicted "bomb
scares, trouble in the schools, in incidents
cidents incidents of various kinds, and a
great deal of friction outside the
schools." He said mob violence
might be worse than in 1957 when
President Eisenhower ordered pa paratroopers
ratroopers paratroopers flown in to restore order.

Faubus saM be would not use
"any arm of the state" to belt)
the government this fall. Pe said
he would not call out the National
Guard or use state police to quell
moh violence.
Many observers felt the gover governor's
nor's governor's statement was an open In Invitation
vitation Invitation for mob action.
Faubus' remarks came after
two mator setbacks in his fight
with the Federal government to
maintain segregated schools at
Little Rock.
Last week. a three-ituirle feder federal
al federal coort threw out two 19ml state
laws the. governor used to close thea
four bi,rh schools last veer and
Ivithllold state aid from the
sc),nol district.
school hoard said 'I'lmrs,lav
niduf wmild not appeal the Fed Fedprat
prat Fedprat court's ruling.

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Styles Bridge. Raps Defense Policy
Of Democratic Presidential Hopefuls

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Styles Bridges chided the Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's Democratic presiden ti al
hopefuls at the weekend for urg urging
ing urging greateer defense spending at
the same time the Democratic
controlled House was cutting Pre:
sident Eisenhower's budget.
The New Hampshire Republican
chairman of the Senate GOP Poli Policy
cy Policy committee, spoke out as one
ot his presumed targets, Sen. Stu Stuart
art Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) renewed
his attacks on administration mili military
tary military policy. He took particular
aim at the new master air de defense
fense defense plan.
For his part, Bridges said
"there are so many Democratic
candidates for president in the
Senate, you can't walk down the
aisle without falling over one."
He quickly added, however, that
"I don't think any of them ever
will be President."
He then, In effect, accused the
Democrats' of playing politics
nith defense.
Bridges noted that the House,
which, he said, "is about 2-to-1
Democratic," trimmed 400 million
dollars from Eisenhower's S39,-
200,000000 defense spending pro program
gram program for the 12 months startinf
Wednesday.
view of this, he said, some
of the Senate's Democratic presi presidential
dential presidential hopefuls shotild talk to
their Democratic colleagues in
Ihe House about the danger of
such a move.
He predicted the Senate would
restore the House cuts, including
200 million dollars for a new con conventionally
ventionally conventionally powered super air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier. In addition to the
cuts, the House bill re:jiggered the
President's budget to put more
emphasis on missiles.
Bridges did not mention by
name the Senate Democratic
hopefuls he had in mind. Men Mentioned
tioned Mentioned most frequently are Sens.
John F. Kennedy (Mass.), Hubert
H. Humphrey (Minn.), Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. iphnson of
Texas and Symington.
Symington, one of the sharpest
critics of administration military
policy, was interviewed for New

Army Announces
Firing Schedule
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, has announced additional
weapons firing scheduled for this
week.
Troops of B Company, lst Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20th Infantry, will
utilize Empire Range between 7
a.m. and midnight on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday.
Landscape targets will be used
for the 81mm mortar, rifles and
machine guns, with a maximum
altitude of 12,500 feet, and a max maximum
imum maximum horizontal range of 3500
yards: '

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York radio s t a ti on s by
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (R (RN.
N. (RN. Y.) who gave him a chance
to say whether he will be a can candidate.
didate. candidate. 'rhe Missouri Senator re refused
fused refused the chance.
But he said Eisenhower's new
master air defense program is
"wrong" because it over empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes defense at a time when this
country should be concentrating
on offensive weapons such as the
Strategic Air Command and missile-firing
submarines,
His statement was transcribed
before Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy announced Saturday that
there would be at least a 60-day
delay in putting the Atlas inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental missile on an opera operational
tional operational basis. But McElroy said
Russia also was having trouble
and said the two nations may be
neck-and-neck in the race to de develop
velop develop the big rockets.

Lonely Arab Prince
Suicides In Flames,
Was Under Trealme

1 MIAMI (UPI) A lonely Arab Arab'
' Arab' ian prince, who turned himself in into
to into a human torch Saturday night,
had been undergoing psychiatric
treatment for several weeks, auth authorities
orities authorities said today.
But Prince Thamer Ben Abdul
Aziz Saud, 2I-year-old brother of
King Saud of Saudi Arabia, seem seemed
ed seemed cheerful and untroubled on the
day of his death as he prepared
to take his landlord and wife to
dinner.
The young prince set himself
afire by pouring a coffee pot full
of gasoline over his body and
striking a match. He was found
screaming in his flaming anart anartment
ment anartment by the landlord, Dr. Faud
H. Hanna.
Police ruled the death a suicide.
and a medical examiner said it
aoprently was based on an old
Moslem custom. Dr. Joseph Da Davis
vis Davis said he understood it was
"not unusual" for persons in the
Middle East to kill themselves by
fire.
Hospital authorities confirmed
that young Aziz Saud had been
under the care of psychiatrists
for a number of months. He en entered
tered entered a Miami hospital in January
for about eight weeks of "psy "psychiatric
chiatric "psychiatric evaluation.'
Doctors declined to discuss de details
tails details of his illness, but the prince's
landlord described him as a "very
nice, but lonesome and moody
boy."
"He didn't have many friends
and he didn't go out very much,
except somtimes to swim and play
tennis, said Hanna. "Mostly, he
kept tolimkelf, watching' tOteltia,
ion or reading.

Berta de Medina
Carolina Mor'ales
Mrs. T.. H. Landon
Dorothy Cleghorn
Claudette Palmer
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01 Roaring lOs
Dies As He Dyed

WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (UPI)
The fiery death of Charlie (One (OneArm)
Arm) (OneArm) Wolfe, notorious gunman
and killer of the "roaring twen twenties,"
ties," twenties," was as violent as his life.
It was revealed today that
Wolfe was one of two men who
died in a mysterious explosion
and fire near here Tuesday. He
had lived quietly at nearby Dun Dunde
de Dunde esince 1943.
Wolfe, 67, and Jerry Hayes, 26,
died of burns received when an
explosion set off a fire in a home
in the Dundee Negro section.
Cause of tte explosion has never
been determined. Nor is it known
what the two white men were
doing there,
Wolfe's sister, Mrs. Harry E.
Gooderow, lonytime resident of
Dundee, confirmed today that
Wolfe was the former gunman
who was a member of the famed
Gerald Chapman George (Dutch)
Anderson gang that terrorized
Darts of the nation in the early
1920s.
Mes. Goodenow said that Wolfe,
especially when drinking, occa occasionally
sionally occasionally would talk about hts past
to his closest friends and would
nlan to return to Indiana where
he claimed to have hidden 8120,-
000.
Wolfe served 18 years of a life
sentence in the indiana State
Prison for his part in the mur murders
ders murders of a Muncie, Ind.. farmer
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hance. Thev were slain by close closerange
range closerange shotgun blasts in the head.
presumably because they had told
police the Chapman Anderson
aang had been hiding out at their
farm.
Wolfe was paroled in 1943 be beeause
eause beeause of poor health and came to
live here. where he worked aR a
citrus buyer. Once in 1057. Mrs.
Goodenow said he tried to buy
up all the eopies of n deteetive
ma,IP7ine which carried a story
tiif his old gang.

r,hurchm.en Pion
Cnnni Fxcursion

An excursion through the Ps Psnam
nam Psnam a Canal will be sponsored
Sunday by the Christian Service
Men. The boat will leave from
Balboa Pier 18 at 8 a.m., and
music, prizes, games and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be on-board attrac attractions
tions attractions of the outing.
Reservations should be made
with D. A. Pa Imes, Balboa Service
Center, or John Springer, Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3330.

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mus In early July for his new assignment in Washington, D.C. The event will be held at noon -.:il: :..).';:,::ki:Nii.::.: .: :, i;:::',:'' ".::,X:';::: .::'...':1:i:::,'.,::',::::.:..:,;!,:'..,,',: SOMA (D) similarity of sound, "Iota
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July 8 at the Fort Amador Offf- P1Igt,,::,::,':,,::::t:':1,,':,-,i,::: 4 i ;, ::,:: "' : : :,:1144:::ei:,:.:.: ,,::,i....i:: ,. 41 A Q 10 a a. synonymous with "vacatit
The Fort Kobbt Officers Club, cers Open M e a s. Reservations ;'.'''8,:.-,,::',.i.:::;:.:?::,,?. :::. ,f ::,:.i...ss .,:::,;:. ::. ::..i..:.i:::..:,:. ,.:,:,..ii,i,i::,:.::;iff,..-!--- Let me here and now di
was the scene of tfie afternoon Farewell Lunch Honors Se X I
El Salvador Ambassador should be made at the club office :':::: Aii: :':i:',:-:,':':: ,? -::,'',::':''::::':-: '' :':'':: ;-:' : '':':: :- .' g X 10 II them.
in the Tivoli Guest House or with i ::1::;:';-:,:'::':: ,z.: 4,.. :!..,,,,:-..-:,: ,!-:,,-;,,:.::: ::.,
pariy. Arrangements of deep red 4 A10 II
The Ambassador of El Salvador While they lie around th
were used atop ruffled white or- the co-chairman Mrs. Margarita .,,:::,!:1..::!.!:,::::::::.,k:.i..5:;:.:t. ... ,'..:-::: 4::::::.,:::..,::::.,:, .,, ,..::,.::::.:.;:,,.., ... .:. ;:"..:..
and Mrs. Alberto Morales were Trebaldos. of Panama. Both vulnerable,
gandy tablecloths. Silver candela-,
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energy to drag themseive
guests of .honor at a farewell ...::-'::1'''''''''''''''''': ,t.t.'' ''''''";:;':':'''''''''''':-' :,:,:;:, :':: :::''. South West Worth Iasi
bra, punch bowls and tea and Chasen's, they bemoan t
luncheon given at the Union Club
coffee service were arranged on
by members of the Diplomatic
' two serving tables. Meeti ng
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Corps assigned to Panama. by the
On behalf of all the club mem- ;:ZiX:':::::',::', ?.',': .,:::',,: ::.:::P:'.:::"''t'e'.,..4F'':::"'' ,,,,x5.,,::,-,,;::::: Opening leadV II Off again on locition, in
Central American countries. JWB Spanish Class tf.,..IEEk.: .;.: ..7,:.?;i1:...41::.!::::..::i.:;..e.:':i':::I::.:'.' : '' :i.e1.2':.i.::: I mountains of Colorado.
bers, Mrs. James H. Dickson Jr.,
president of the host club, pre- I The weekly Spanish class for :i;;-3,::.::iail .. 4:,:::,::,W:,,Q,:.,:;:.;,:::.::i; :::i .. :,10i::::,?:::,.::,....:: lakeand-stream studded I
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sented a shell-shsped silver bowl INaw JWB Art Class beginners will be held this eve- '":x':,?''-',5 - 'F.'",' to::,::i,i::::.:
Taking Reservations '''''''''''':"4:::...-'''''''''''':': '''''' ..' 1. A,'!Klii''.n:,,:'::::: The standard o p e n 1 n I no- of Michigan. And here
fling at 7:30 at the USO-JWB In ti....,,?',:-.:N::::',46::":',m'',:. ,'iik.,,...;;4.,: .;:.,, :,
to Mrs. Jones. A new art class is being plan- ',''''i''''''''':::;::':::::i: trump wax first developed and silick at home!"
Special guests at the tea were Balboa. Al'oM::'' ,::::::- ii,,-. ''' '': :,....::-,, -:it.s::.1-,::::::::.:: t-.::.-:;::,::::::::::::
ned at the USO-JWB, and Persons It has been announced that no t.:::'::'...":1.14:t:': ''''.1:it:'''''''.:4.a''''''' :,:',.:1'..'....11,:.,,'::.4.' "::;-:-..,,::.:,:ii:,:;::. ...i::x:,'::::,:::':::,ijI,i:,;': used by this writer and: his team. They're blissluily unam
Itrs. Charles L. Dasher, Mrs. interested in participating are ad- '.- '-'f,''''',Ni:: ::: 'ig,:::::nnigg'-:. mates in 1933 Tt5e requirements tht 18;to-13 hour dayS One
more students may enroll in the lc.ii'0 ''"4.;.Z1Akdi(4., ,..,:;::,-. '::...:,:::"'::ii:: -.::,?,3,,-,::Ninv:i.'
Hobert Haytt, Mrs. George F. vised to register personnally st t d II on location usually in so
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hlatter, Mrs. Cecil Himes, Mrs. I s hch is directed by Miss
. the Center or telephone the secret- c as- w I- -
'Cohn D. Coney. MrP J a m am,. Balboa 1072 Claudette de Villa-franca. IM's ..':'.....:' ''''''".'"Ni,:,'''!04.::;,:oi :: .. ,,;.ini:,,::,;m:,,,,,,, were when we first devised it hotel, wmcn may halve b
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Moore, Mrs. ismes Herriot, Mrs. The first meeting will be an- ,...:, ,::',: ii.,:r' Sior""';'1:: '7,,,::"44;'' ':.""'4::'::',m:::-'M':::4g'0':-':::'-':W : tin ough the years. days. and is now just del
Richard Dowell, Mrs. J a m e s flounced when the quo!, has been 1 ::::::,::::::,,,:::-.c, :::: The Roth-Stone system employs ProVide shelter from the
Whitener and Mrs. Charles Ear- filled, and a convenient meeting ,..,,,,,4.1:.1::i:Oicl '"'':::::Mk;::... :::,4',1!r::::'' ::,,;,:'.:',.4:0'::i:i;:,:M.'W-.. :,:::-: -
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1Y- .time will be decided. ''''''''..,..''''':::,:r:' i::':'::,:li:,:.::,:''';':,:::';:;M:::.:::.::,::::::-:::,....r..: ,....,,,,iv:ui,,,::,:r':::::.: : of their "isms" is,' npestribe seem to be obligatory on 1
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The guest list also included .'iM.5.ii'ii'::':-..; : -: :::.:.,::::i,::::.::iii.i::::::.,..,i,:,,::: 4::::::::..:....... s :;..:::::::
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during 'our Michlean loco
Ile Gross, Mrs. John C. Nicker- ToA Lonanventdnie,sedr:y
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sailing for AnatOmv of a Mttrder
, son. Mrs. John C. Nickerson.Sr.,
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CHAMPAGNE-TEA IS FAREWELL COMPLIMENT
TO WIFE OF 'COBBS'S COMMANDING OFFICER
A charming social event of last week was a champagne champagnetea
tea champagnetea given by members of the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club
In honor of Mrs. Ralph A. Jones Jr., wife of the commanding
officer of the post. Col. And Mrs. Jones are to leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in early July for his new assignment in Washington, D.C.
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The Fort Kobbt Officers ClUb
WAS the scene of tne afternoon Farewell Lunch Honors
El Salvador Ambassador
paNy. Arrangements of deep red
were used atop ruffled white or- The Ambassador of El Salvador
and Mrs. Alberto MoraleA were
gandy tablecloths. Silver candela
guests of honor at a farewell
bra, punch bowls and tea and
luncheon given at the Union Club
coffee service were arranged on
by members of the Diplomatic
two serving tables. Corps assigned to Panama. by the
On behalf of all the club mem mem.
. mem. Central American countries.

WAS the scene of tne afternoon e &rowan Luncn rio
111 Salvador Anibal
paNy. Arrangements of deep red
were used atop ruffled white or- The Ambassador (
and Mrs. Alberto
gandy tablecloths. Silver candela
guests of honor a
bra, punch bowls and tea and
luncheon given at 0
coffee service were arranged on
two serving tables. by members of th
C,orps assigned to P
On behalf of all the club mem memCentral
Central memCentral American (
bers, Mrs. James H. Dickson Jr.,
president of the host club, pre- II Now JWB Art Class
-
sented a shell-shsped silver bowl
- - 'Taking Rasorvations

to Mrs. Jones.
Special guests at the tea were
lirs. Charles L. Dasher, Mrs.
Robert Haytt, Mrs. George F.
"hlatter, Mrs. Cecil Himes, Mrs.
ohn D. Coney. Mrs. James
Moore, Mrs. Jsmes Herriot, Mrs.
Richard Dowell, Mrs. James
Whitener and Mrs. Charles Far Farb
b Farb The guest list also included
Mrs. Willism Eckles, Mrs, Les Leslie
lie Leslie Gross, Mrs. John C. Nicker Nickerson,
son, Nickerson, Mrs. John C. Nickerson. Sr.,
Mrs. Ferdinand Tate, Mrs. Clau Claudius
dius Claudius Beall, Mrs. Alnhonse Greedo,
Mrs, John Wright Jr.. Mrs. John
D. McElhenv. Mrs. Msrtin "--
',hick and Mrs. Wendell Knowles.
Mr. and Mrs. Aeiv Feted
At Dinner Party Tonlaht
Ths Minister or Japan and Mrs.
Ken Ninomiya will entertain Rt
the Jsosnese Legation this eve evening
ning evening with s dinner psrtv honoring
Mr. and Mrs. B. Anctin Aril
who are to sail for New York
Wednesday aboard the SS Cristo-lir.
Adv. Counselor of the U United
nited United States Embassy in Panama,
13s receitd a new assignment to
Washington.
Invitations issued Far
Cockta" Part, Tanioht
tligter of the United Ar Arab
ab Arab Republic in Plna Ma will en entertnin
tertnin entertnin tooleht ot his residence in
El Canereio. The informal cock cocktail
tail cocktail party is sct-i-,schiled for 7 p.m.
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A n-ew art class is being plan planned
ned planned at the USO-JVVB, and Persons
interested in participating are ad advised
vised advised to register personnally At
the Center or telephone the secret secretary.
ary. secretary. Balboa 1072
The first meeting will be an announced
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filled, and a convenient meeting
time will be decided.

Frobassv Metals
To Leave Wicingsdly
Arnow, ontic'or,er mailing for
New. York Wedneaday aboard the
Panamm liner SS Cristobal will be
the United States Ambamsador to
Panama Julian Fiske Ilarrinoton
nnd Mr.. itnrrington, snO the V,o V,ohassy
hassy V,ohassy Confine tor R. Austin Ae
Mrs. Ae ly and their son.
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Parking Violators
Have Heyday, Cops
Run Out Of Tickets
SAVANNAH, Ga. June 29 (UPI)
"I guess my face must be as
red as that Bag," the traffic cop
told a reporter with a nod toward
the red violation flag showing on
the meter beside a parked car,
, But she didn't stick the usual
,cardboard ticket under the car's
windshield.
"I've never seen so many vio violations
lations violations in my lite,- stun toe 'any
()Dicer, one of Savannan's
ler maids who usually uu nothing
but pass out the carunoards. "But
there was nothing I could no."
That;;mae laturdayt hekitsy
for,Savannah motorists. file ptilice
department had run out of park.
ing tickets.
This moroing an emergency sup supply
ply supply arrived from a printer with
assurance that a full supply would
be on hand later in ths day. The
cops and the meter maids began
passing out tickets again.
NO, IT'S NOT TOO LATE
For ambitious students
to enroll in
Dorothy Chase's
Summer Courses at the
Knights of Columbus Hail.
Ciasses for all ages from pre preschool
school preschool tots on upBeginners
Intermediates Advanced
BALLET TAP TOE
CHARACTER ACROBATIC
& TUMBLING

HOGnEmo830 Kcs.

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ear 1.34
Panama
auait pssimpt4 Is issvsssaof Len.
Limes 8:0'J aosol tO ,to 4
lAWC Cooking Grotto
Plans Ow Lunchoon
Plans for au tuncheon for
members of the !met-American
Women's Club have been annOttne annOttneed
ed annOttneed by the chairman, Mrs. Effie
Halsel.
The event will be held at noon
July 8 at the Fort Amador
cers Open M e as. Reservation's
Rhould be made at the club office
in the Tivoli Guest House or with
the co-chairman Mrs. Margarita
Trebaidos. of Panama.
Meeting
JINB Spanish Class
The weekly Spanish class for
beginners will be held this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 at the USO-JIVE In
Balboa.
It has been announced that no
more students may enroll in the
class. which is directed by Miss
Claudette de Villa-franca.
DAILY
MLD1TATION
(Presented y tho Depart Department
ment Department of Christian Education of
the Episcopal Church in the
missionary Diocese of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.)
St. Luko S:10
GOD'S FISHERMAN
"Pear not; from henceforth
thou shalt catch mon."
St. Peter could appreciate the
plight of the Egyptian fishermen
described in Isaiah 19. The
prophet foresees the day when
the Nile will dry up and those
who earn their living on its
waters will be cut off.
St. Peter had fished off the
shores of Galilee. There were
days when he had cast his nets
into the sea and caught nothing.
lie could share the dismay of the
Egyptian fishermen.
Anti so can we. Perhaps our
life has become a dried up Nile
from which all joy and hope !lave
departed. In the midst of fail failure
ure failure but sometimes at the very
moment of success there comes
this empty feeling. We cast our
nets into the waters without re,
suit.
But there is One wild' stands On,
the shore and guides us where
the school of fish may be found.
He calls out and asks us to
catch men, to be God's fisher fishermen.
men. fishermen. So he commanded St. Peter,
so He speaks to every Christian.
And when they had brought.
their ships to land, they forsook
all and followed him
FIRE SWEEPS SHIP
LOWESTOFT, England (UPI)---
Two Dutch salvage vessels raced
to the Suffolk coast yesterday to
stand by the fire swept British
freighter Staniel grounded on a
beach. The Dutch vessels arrived
alongside the Staniei as firemen
continued their nightlong light
against the blaze.
full of life
lIappinem; and vitality during
baby's early days are founded
upon a sound milk diet. In the
absence of baby's natural diet,
breast milk, Lactogen Is most
suitable alternative.
Lactogen is an all cow's milk
formula plus vitamins A and
D and iron.
thanks to 0
ACTOGEd
Prepared
by Nestle's
especially
for
Infant
feeding

PANAMA AMERICAli

THIRD FINGER, LEFT HANDSp. 4 Joe Edward Marrs places
the ring on the finger of his bride, the former Miss Maritza
Maldonado, in a nut:Alai service in the Fort Kobbe chapel. Cha Chaplain
plain Chaplain Louis J. Karry officiated. The bride attended Maria Inma Inmactlada
ctlada Inmactlada college and the University of Panama. The bridegroom
graduate of Nederland, Tex., High School, has been assigned
with the Army at Fort Kobbe for the past year. The newlyweds
are at home on Via Porras in Panama Cal.

Bodies Found in
May Help Uncover
SYDNEY, Australia (UPI)--The
discovery by skindivies yesterday
of a second shrouded body in
Sydney Harbor led police to be believe
lieve believe they are on the verge of
uncovering an international ring
engaged in smuggling Chinese
into Australia.
Another body, also shrouded,
was found Friday in the same
general area, near the Chinese
freighter Taiyuan.
An investigation was reported
underway in Tokyo, Hong Kong,
Sydney lend Brisbane into what
was called a "slave labOr" smug smuggling
gling smuggling racket.
Authorities sought the Taiyuan's
carpenter, Hwang Shu Sung, who
left the ship Friday following the
discovery of the first bedy. Police
believed that Hwang, who may
prove a vital link in the investi investigation,
gation, investigation, was en route to Brisbane.
"This case has some of the
most sinister aspects we have en
countered for many years," a se senior
nior senior police officer said.
Police doctors !aid both he
bodies recovered from the oily
harbor waters appeared to have
been drugged and drowned be before
fore before they were dropped in the
water.
They theorized five Chinese I
were hiding in the bilges of the
ship when customs agents board boarded
ed boarded the ship.
It was further theorized that
smuggling gang leaders became
fearful authorities would discover
and capture the stowaways and
flooded the bilges to kill them.
Police believe the bodies were
later shrou ed and dropped
through a Porthole. Frogmen yes yesterday
terday yesterday continued their search for
three more bodies.
Australian lqwe prohibit the im immigration
migration immigration of Chinese but officials
said Chinese on the mainland and
in Hong Kong were prepared to
sell themselves into virtual slay slayery
ery slayery to drug racketeers and rest

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tralia. Australia. A police spokesman refused to
confirm or deny reports circulat circulating
ing circulating Saturday night that police are
working on the theory the dead
Chinese were Communist espion espionage
age espionage agents who slipped into Hong
Kong from the mainland.
The reports said the agents be.
came "too hot to handle and
were murdered."
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Hoesain, 21, is the wife of a
diPlomat and an actress by
chance. A film company in Vi Vienna,
enna, Vienna, Austria, needed an Ori Oriental
ental Oriental girl for a movie, A call
to the Indonesian legation pro-.
duced Sotto. But she says she'di
rather remain a housewife thanl
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mates teammates in 1931, The requirements
for it are the same today as they
were when we first devised it
and its value has increased
tin ough the years.
The Roth-Stone mystem employs
this standard no-trump and one
of their "isms" is, "Describe
ybur hand with one bid whenever
possible."
They point out that today's
South hand should be opened dfie
no-trump in spite of the five-card
spade suit.
North has a normal raise to
two no-trump and South goes on
to game because of his three ten
spots.
With South as declarer there is
r.o real trouble about making the
no-trump game. A heart opening
gives him two heart tricks, four
hpades, two diamonds and a club
nnd any other lead is equally
heinful.
If South opens one spade North.
will resnond one- no-trump and
South will have to decide between
a rebid and a pass. If he rebids
'o two no-trump game will be
roached and probably made al-.
though a heart lead by East
should set the hand.
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Army Seeks Bodies
Of 9 Fliers Missing
Since World War
WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI)
A three-week investigation by
an American search team has re revived
vived revived hope that the bodies of nine
U. S. airmen whose B.24 bomber
crashed in the Libyan desert la
years ago may bc found, U. S.
Air Force headquarters here re.
ported today:
The investigation indicated that
all nine men parachuted safelY
from their crippled plane after e
World War Il mission but perished
in the burning desert while trying
to reach civilization.
According to the report issued
here, a special U. S. Army mor mortuary
tuary mortuary service team returned to
Wheelus Air Force in Libya with
information that the unidentified
remains of "about 10 persons't
were known to lie in an area
north of where its three-week
sefirch ended.
The tea m discovered a
"marker" trail of boots, para parachutes
chutes parachutes and other flight gear ex.
tending northward from the site
of the crash, 440 miles southeast
of Benghazi. The trail led toward
the area where the remains were
said to be tweed.
'Ito new evidenee, the Air Force
report said. revived "hope that
the hodiem...may soon be found."
It was assimed here that the
second phase of the search, in involving
volving involving helicopters and possibly,
bigger teems, would Irvin soon.
Cijlick NCO Club
Plans Music Event
For Saturday Night
The Non-Commissioned Officers
that of Fort Gu lick will present a
special program by Bob Stevens
and his orchestra to 8 p.m. Ss.
turday in the Cristobal Skyroom.
nig is the first of a series, Jai
tiated by the NCO club, which
will give residents of the Isthmus
an opportunity to see and heat
Stateside entertainment.
In, additln to tha Stevens'
Quintet, the program 'is to' in.
elude comedy, magic and dancing
acts from the National root.
light Parade which is touring
Army bases in the Canal Zona.
Tickets will be sold at the Elicit
1 and VFW Chiba on the Atlantitt
side and by club member'', Out-of
towners may contact Sgt. Karl
Stegman, 06-461 or 07-267, for
tickets.

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(Dorothy Kliga lion Is en va- 1
cation. tier guest columnist to- 1
day Is metien picture star 1
James Stewart.) 1
There's a popular fallacy n nMeng
Meng nMeng my stay-at-home riends in
Hollywood, that becauae of the
similarity of sound, "location" is
synonymous with "vacation."
Let me here and now disillunion
them.
While they lie around the swim swimming
ming swimming pool getting up sufficient
energy to drag themselves off to
Osten's, they bemoan their ill
luck.
"The luck of that Stewart guy!
Off again on location, in the cool
mountains of Colorado,' or the
lake-and-stream studded paradise
of Michigan. And here 'we are;
stuck at home!"
thTlit eiirtoe,18bihisosufrulidyaysunoanwe aorpeendost
on location, usually in some laS01
hotel, which may have been the
last word in the silver mining
days, and is now just adequate to
provide shelter from the snow,
sleet, wind or blistering sun which
'seem to be obligatory on all loca locations.
tions. locations. I was thinking of this recently
during our Michigan location for
"Anatomy of a Murder filmed
in its entirety in the Ishpeming IshpemingMarouetto
Marouetto IshpemingMarouetto area of the Upper Pe Peninsula.
ninsula. Peninsula. This region is so remote
that even Detroit. Lansing and
other Michigan cities feel it is
part of the polar ice cap.
I won't mention the weather,
which ranged ail the way from
a jolly 17 below to a sweltering
30. It snowed on us as late Is
the middle of May.
We filmed scenes in the Mar Marquette
quette Marquette County court house, then
in the local jail. where we work worked
ed worked in a cell slightly larger than
s Sunset Boulevard phone booth.
In fact, conditions were so crowd crowded,
ed, crowded, with camera technicians. Ben
Gazzara, director Otto Preminger
and yours truly, that a rumor
started we might have to release
prisoners.
Unhappily for the inmates, this
Droved to be :lust wishful think thinkitIC
itIC thinkitIC but, we were treated to one
delightful pleoe of humor.
Because of technical reasons
we had to shoot nne scene sev several
eral several timeq. After the final take,
one of the prlsonera cheerfully
onnouneed in a loud voice "4'
this rate, we'll ell be out of bere
Irfnre Stewart!"
This Incident, involving the re reshootinO
shootinO reshootinO of a scene, coils to mind
tho classic remark releye to me
tk,
hit 4oberiTsvlor trop or nf his
WAern lbegoont.v 5,s.. 51-",
,
. lkoettultil'of a efiatige tif sun
Ileiht,, Fildderl ousts of wind, hors.
es stering straight Into ti- came.
re, off-stasto noises and other rea reasons.
sons. reasons. s scene WI to be re-shot
many times. A lady spectator, ap

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time. Ile's eight-year-old Donnie Atkinson of Great tails
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SAM, HOW YOU'VE CHAMOEDA1t right so leg a
publicity man's idea of how Alaska Ind Bewail should look
saluting Uncle Sam. We cute aims?. Lett to right are Mel
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perently a tourist, approached
one of the crew and asked, "Tell
me, why do they take the same
scene over and over again",
Said the technician, deadpan,
"Lady, have you considered how
many theatres there are in this
country?" The lady, I'm told, de.
parted, .perfectly satisfied.
It was on location in the Colo.
redo Rockies that I first became
acquainted with what had hat
Tened to the American Indian,.
We were using about a hundred
Indiana. They arrived at location
wearing their everyday clothes,
montly sun-tans, leather jackets
and sports Aids. Dispatched to
Wardrobe, they were outfitted itt
appropriate loin cloths, feathers,
war paint and the usual trim trimming!.
ming!. trimming!.
For the next ,thirty minutes
they rushed around, taking pie,.
turee of each other, loudly thump.
ing their cheste and crying out,
"Lookit meI'm an IndianiN
Some time later I wee telling
this incident to Joel McCrea,' a
man also not unknown to the sad..
die. Joel in turn told me of the
time he was in Utah. also Yor
Western, which called for SO In
diens in the east.
A slight mixup with the goyim
ment Indian agent resulted in SO
Indians arriving at location, When
it was explained that only 50
were needed, the dioeruntled. 30
departed about half' a mile a away
way away promptly formed a chyle,
and went into their tribal r ain
dance.
I have only Joel's word for it,
but the dance worked. Rain fell
steadily for three days, halting
filming.
A similar incident. but not so
costly, occurred during the film filming
ing filming of a Clark Gable film in Wy
ming. The adorn. with time on
their hands Sundays, formed a
baseball team, includinff the late
John Hodiak (who could have
been a professional ball player,
he was so good), James Whit"
more, Ricardo Montalban, and J.
Carrot Naish.
They were challenged by a
team formed by the Indians in
the film. who made an in enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm what thev aonarently lock locked
ed locked in exoorience. BY the end of
the seventh Inning the liollvwood
actors were leading 11-2., At thiq
point an old Indian WOrrittn. lined
and seamed of face, stopped by
to inouire the score.
W1011 told the news. she pulled
her black shawl around her head,
closed her erg. awl began' mum mumMing
Ming mumMing in'n'le forma ot' incantation.
fintohott tor appeal- tto Unit
Ucentlo(httir-latherlitrAthr-ertri,
of the eighth '', Inning which
time fh,s Scnro atom:11241 In fay-
or of th Indiano. -,
Don't atk tn., to ovnlain
merely reporting. Strange things
happen on location.

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BADGES AWARDED Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr.. commanding officer, lst Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, pins a mechanic's badge on Mc. Martin F. Peatana Jr., battle group maintenance sergeant.
In the background are mechanics from Headquartera and Headquarters Company who also -received
badges. At right is 1st Lt. John W. King, executive officer of Headquarte.1 and Headquarters
COMPanY. WS Army Photo)

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Dortralt 1)Ot was dont bY, Romeo minter Knoell' ,Perlirtr'
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GOES VOR SIX MOREHis right hand raised in sommn oath, Navy DM3 Richard M. Jeffries
(right) reenlists for six more veers in the NaVy aS Capt. Kenneth W. Hines. Rodman Naval
Eitation Commanding officer, adthinisters the oath. A native of Denver, Colo., Jeffries is at at..
.. at.. tached to4 the VA. Caribbean Command at Qu arry Heichts.

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et Upo9 Baitimore Cops

BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) A
beer sodden mob of about Int
teen-aged boys and girls set.upor
police at the weekend after of officers
ficers officers had rescued an Uneo lisetotit
half-naked and possibiy raped girl
from tha scene 13! a vild party.
Several young girls stood On the
eldolines shouting obscenities at
the police and yelling at their
tougt young boyfriends to "kill
Iem," while the unconscious girl
ley clad only in a biotin to a
police car.
Polls said that a birthday
party the girl had been attending
in the Brooklyn section had
been crashed by a gang of un uninvited
invited uninvited boys. The youths who were
invited started fighfing on t h e
oreet and in Broolyn park with
tho gate raahers. Neighbors
called police.
Police said all of the tteen-agers

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Ike, Nixon Urge Congress
To Approve Inflation Curbs

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhowei and Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon werned
last night of a "serious risk"
of further price rises and urged
the Democratic Congress anew to
approve the administration's infla inflation
tion inflation curbs.
Nixon's special cabinet commit committee
tee committee on "price stability" aubmitted
an interim report to the, President
asserting that the nation now is
at a "critical juncture" because
of inflationary pressures and con congressional
gressional congressional sentiment for "Irres "Irresponsibip
ponsibip "Irresponsibip spending."
On the optimistic side, the re report
port report hinted that some tax relief
"can Perhaps be realized soon."
But it gave no details except to
note that "studies are now under underway
way underway with a view to proposing
changes in our tax laws at the
appropriate time."

House Democratic Leader John
1 W. McCormack (Mass.) immedi immediately
ately immediately summed up the general 're 'reaction
action 'reaction of his party by accusing
the President of trying to blame
Congress for his own administra administraI
I administraI tion's nollcie8.
McCormack said Congregs Can
sistentiv bad voted less moneY
than Eisenhower sought and add added:
ed: added: "We will do so Again this'
year,"
Rep. Chet Hafted fD-Calit.)
, called' the Nixon renort. A contin
',Minn of GOP efforts "to Neste
-Tonle . and pin the spending

twolved are whit& Officers, who
sad their nigutsticks to subdue
..ie you,hs, said only one teen teentiger
tiger teentiger was badly bruised. One po policeman
liceman policeman was bruised on the face.
Police found the 19-year-old girl
1nconacious in the house. They
careed her to their squad car.
Moments later, the battle was on.
A total of 10 county police ears
snd three Mit. polite cars PEI
o the scene, where policeman
and ?suit toughs engaged in
pitched battle.
Tyto officers were treated at a
hospital for minor injuries and
Another suffered a bruised leg.
Eleven of the boys were arrested.
When she regained conscious consciousness,
ness, consciousness, the 19-year iSM girl told po police
lice police the passed out after having
only one drink. Witnesses said one
of the boys raped her.

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label unjustifiably on the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic congress" in hopes of win winning
ning winning the 1960 elections.
The cabinet level committee in insisted,
sisted, insisted, however that "our econ economy
omy economy is now at a critical juncture
urgently requiring action to fore forestall
stall forestall inflation."
The interim report said that un unless
less unless such action is taken now "we
face a serious risk of price in increases
creases increases which not only would be
directly harmful to American
families but would also seriously
endanger the healthy prosperity
now developing."
Eisenhower, in endorsing the
committee's findings, not only re released
leased released the report to the public,
but sent a COPY to each member
of Congress.
He also sent a presidential
statement cans upon the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic controller Congress to
speed consideration of proposals
which he previously made and
which the committee reaffirmed.
The President seld the report
was "Importapt to all Anleri Anlericans."
cans." Anlericans." He Asked the House anti
flenste members to egain consid consider
er consider the anti-infistion measures
which be submitted.
The committee reported unani unaniMOUSIV
MOUSIV unaniMOUSIV that with business at rec record
ord record highs and "rising vigorously,"
the nationel econnmy pnw re renuires
nuires renuires teflon to forestall idleHon.

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RALLY 'ROUND', BOYSThe nada of 'the Five Flags in
Pensacola, Plc, gets under way as the city celebrates its
quadracentennial. Flagbearers are, left to right, Ann Morse
with Spanish flag; Dottie Culvert, Confederate; Shirley Wise,
'United States; Sylvia Martin, British, and Ferrell Wehner,
French. Fiesta conuteninrates years of rule under each flag.

1NHEN IN PARIS-4Citht Patterson, 16-yesvold Arizona girl,
nes mad it big in Paris fashion modeling, film says Patio
, photographers lova ocrazy American girls.", "So, I've become a
ellitY American silts, Itathi
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TO BUILD SCHOOLS
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (UPI)--
Two new schools in Stony Point
and Haverstraw, N.Y. will be built
by the Xreisier Borg Construe.
tion Co., White Plains. at an esti estimated
mated estimated total cost of $2,084,000, it
was announced today.
LXPLOSION I(ILLS SIX
AACHEN. Germany WM-- Of Officials
ficials Officials of the Goulay mines a!
nearby Wuerselen said today six
coal miners were killed and one
was injured in an explosion
Thursday night.

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DEAN Anco n-born rtoman
Catholic priest Marcos McGrath
has been named dean of the fa faculty
culty faculty of theology of Chile's Uni University
versity University of Santiago, it has been
announced. The eon of American
parents, Father McGrath took
preparatory studies in Panama
and the US before finishing his
training in Chile and the States.
He WU ordained to the priest priesthood
hood priesthood in 1949. Later he took cours courses
es courses in France, Italy, Germany and
Spain. Father McGrath's father
was the late John McGrath. His
mother is Mrs. Harry Scheibler.
Brothers are John T., Eugene
and Robert McGrath.

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ANNOUNCE WITH DEEP RECENT THE DEATH OF
MR. JOHN R. WEIR,

high official and esteemed member of these firms. Burial will take
place at 10:30 a.m., on Tuesday, June 30, at the Corozal Cemetery;
and all offices of our firms will remain closed during the morning.

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By RICHARD FONTANA
prrrsBuRG (UPI) Mickey
Wright, the slender, blonde bomb bomber
er bomber from San Diego, Calif., w)II
seek tA) make it two in a row
when she sets out to defend her
Ladies PGA title at French Lick,
Ind., next month.
Fulfilling her pre tournament
predictions, Miss Wright success successfully
fully successfully defended her 'National -Women's
Open crown this past week
end at nearby Churchill Valley
Country Club with a record 287
for 72 holes.
That broke 'the previous low
score, 290, which Miss Wright also
set in winning the open last year
at Forest Lake Country Cluo,
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Next stop on the pro tour is the
PGA tourney at Frenc'h Lick, and
Miss Wright again will be cast in
the role of defending champion.
She won the PGA last year when
it was played over the same
Churchill Valley course where she
repeated in the Open.
The golf experts among the
tmales here were pretty Nv e I I
agreed Sunday that with youth,

By Jack Cuddy
; NEW YORK (UPI) Dimpled
Ingemar Johansson, brand new
: world heavyweight champion,
....said Saturday he expects to beat
Floyd Patterson again in their
September return bout, "because
of weaknesses in his peek-a-boo
defense."
' Burly brown-haired Ingemar who
floored Patterson seven times in
the third round Friday night for
!' a technical knockout, indicated the
: September bout also would be
staged at Yankee Stadium when
be said:
.4 "I'll train again at Grossinger's."
1 It was at Grossinger, N. Y.,
: where he groomed for his smashing
upset over Patterson before 21,061.
And it was at Grossinger where
a lie carefully held back his right
fist, now called the "Goteborg
',n, Thunderbolt."
t. However, promotor Bill Rosen Rosen.
. Rosen. sohn who estimated he lost
about $40,000 on the fight which
. had been postponed Thursday night
- because of rain said he wouldn't
pick the city for the return bout
until about July 20. But he ad ad.
. ad. nutted he already was studying
the Yankee ball Club's home
schedule for September.
Rosensohn and lrwing B. Kahn,
Patterson and.Ingemar will receive
the largest purses of their careers
from Friday night's bout even
before the movie money comes
in. They figured about $622,000 for
ex-champion Floyd and about
331,000 far above his $100,600
guarantee for the new king of
the heavyweights.
Patterson's previous largest
purse was $301,382 for his fourth

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'Will Defend Ladies PGA
!Championship In July

Brazos 'Brook
Flag Tourney
July 3 And 4

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I strength and length going for her,
'the West Coast slammer figured i
I to dominate ladies golf for some 1 The Brazos Book Country C
Itime 10 come.
I ., have scheduled a further I
, Miss Wright's long garne pain tournament for Friday, July
t-)ff for her in the Open since she and Saturday, July 4, and '1
I was 20 to 30 yards longer off the petitors can enter as many tir
tee than her fellow pros. And she as they wish oae dollar er
'hit them straight. fee for each 18 holes of pl
Full handicap will be allowed,
' lier play around the greens also
'was better than in the past. In
Saturday's final 36 holes, in which The tournament committee 11
she fired rounds of one-under-Par follow through with an ev
69 and one-over 71, she had only sponsored by the Dunlop Com
59 putts, ny through their local age
Miss Wright's win made San Agencias Doel. Ten dozen Dun
'Diego the capital of the golfing balls will be distributed to
the new lucky ones. Details of this tou
'worid, since Bill Casper,
ament are now being iro
men's Open champ, hails from the
'.same home town. out by Messrs. Hause, Wainio i
Alberga and a announcem
Louise Suggs, of Sea Ishnd,
will be placed on the Bull(
,Ga.,, who held a two-stroke lead
Board within a few days.
1 on the field going into Saturday's
final rounds, finished runner up in
the Open with 289. Tied for third The Club recently announi
the successful completion of
at 292 were Joyce Ziske, Water Watergge,
gge, Watergge, membership drive which has
ford, Wis., Marlene Bauer Ha
the membership
women's pro at Churchill Valley, suited in
and Ruth Jessen, Seattle, Wash. taining a reduction of $4
Patty Berg, West Chicago, ill. month in dues. Over forty r
was sixth with 296. Betsy IlawTs. members were signed up and e
currently many of the CI
Spartanburg, S. C., was seventh
with 297. house charges for refreshmci
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Johansson Expects to Defeat
Patterson in Return Bout
Says Floyd's Defense 'Weak'

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defense against Roy Harris at
Los Angeles last August.
, The figures announced Saturday
l'ar stadium receipts were: rota'
attendance 21,961; paid attendance,
.18,215; gross gate, $470,712; net
gate, $407,139; federal taxes,
S40,067; state taxes, $23,505.
Johansson was guaranteed $100,000
against 20 percent of, the net gate
and 20 per cent of theater-TV,
radio and movies. Patterson gets
30 per cent of the net gate and
"sliding percentages up to 80 per
cent" on theater-TV, radio ani
movies.
Watching the movies on the fight
at his suite in the Commodore
Hotel Saturday Ingemar remarked
that the peek-a-boo defense used
by Patterson was "weak."
Ingemar, in tan slacks and gray
T-shirt, illustrated by hoiding
forearms ,upright before his face.
"Like this you are nolding your
hands where you expect the
punches to come before the
punches start. That's wrong. It's
much better to hold your nands
some place else, where it's easy
to move them quickly to block
punches when they start. That way
you don't leave the openings."
"Do you epect to knock out
Floyd again" he was wasked
I expect to beat him jtist
as I expected to b,eat him
before the first fight. Ive got the
same chance next time I had last
night. Yes, I'll know more alicut
him but he'll know more about
me, too."
The new champ and his family
plan to fly to Miami, Fla., Monday
for a reast. He is scheduled to
return to Sweden late late next
week to attend to his various

The Brazos Book Country Club
have scheduled a further flag
tournament for Friday, July .3
and Saturday, July 4, and cof cofpetitors
petitors cofpetitors can enter as many times
as they wish oae dollar entry
fee for each 18 holes of play.
Full handicap will be allowed.
The tournament committee will
follow through with an event,
sponsored by the Dunlop Compa Company
ny Company through their local agents,
Agencias Doel. Ten dozen Dunlop
balls will be distributed to the
lucky ones. Details of this tourn tournament
ament tournament are now being ironed
out by Messrs. Hause, Wainio and
Alberga and a announcement
will be placed on the Bulletin
Board within a few days.
The Club recently announced
the successful completion of a
membership drive which has re resulted
sulted resulted in the membership ob obtaining
taining obtaining a reduction of $4 per
nionth in dues. Over forty new
members were signed up and con concurrently
currently concurrently many of the Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse charges for refreshmcnts,
cigarettes etc., have been slashed.

Returfing of the 15th fairway
is nearing completion and a dou double
ble double row of flowering shrubs are
to be planted to separate the
14th and 15th fairways which,
while beautifying the landscape,
wilt also provide a hazard for the
unwary.

All-South American
Olmedo-Ayala Match
At Wimbledon Today

WIMBLEDON England (UPI)
Top-seeded Alex Olmedo of Peru
and Los Angeles and sixth-seeded
Luis Ayala of Chile will clash in
an all-South American quarter quarterfinal
final quarterfinal today to open the second
week of the Wimbledon tennis
championships.

After a day of rest Sunday, the
tournament w;li resume with 01-
medo the odds-on favorite.in mne's
singles meeting Ayala in the first
center court match.

All four men's singles quarter quarterfinals
finals quarterfinals are scheduled Monday.
Fifth-seeded Barry MacKay of
Dayton, Ohio, the only native nativeborn
born nativeborn United States player who
reached the men's quarter-finals,
will meet second-seeded Neale
Fraser of Australia in the second
match on the No. 1 court.
In the other quarter-finals,
fourth-seeded Bobby Wilson of
'Britain will meet eighth-seeded
Roy Emerson of Australia and
Rod Laver of Australia will play
Jean Cirude Molinari of France.
The women's quarter-finals are
scheduled for Tuesday. Fourth Fourthseeded
seeded Fourthseeded Datlene Hard Monte Montebello.
bello. Montebello. Cella.. plays eighth-seeded
Ann Haydon of Britain and Sally
Moore 3t Bakersfield, Calif., meets
Yolanda 13.,milez of Mexico in the
matches imolving U. S. players.

enterprises in Goteborg. He said
he would return weeks before
his title defense to train.
Johansson's return-bout contract
provides that his entire purse be
held in escrow until he gives
Patterson his return shot at the
title within 90 days. Rosensohn
said escrow agents will be ap appointed
pointed appointed immediately.

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,By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Transformed Toto Ibarra, Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's top bantamweight contend contender,
er, contender, today hoped for world recog recognition
nition recognition following his sensational
ten-round decision win over rank ranking
ing ranking Cuban 118-pounder Manuel
Armenteros at the Olympic Stad Stadium
ium Stadium last night.
Armenteros, an eight-year resi resident
dent resident of Mexico, is rated among
the top ten bantams by the Na National
tional National Boxing Association of A.
merica and Ring Magazine.
Ibarra, who quit the ring in
disgust about 16 months ago af after
ter after being kayoed by champion
Edwin Sykes in a title bout, rack racked
ed racked up his third straight win since
coming out of retirement four
months ago.
The Chiriqui born 22-year-old,
who before his return was known
as a super slugger, but lacking in
defense tactics, gave a lot of
credit to trainer Aubrey (Coio)
Woodruff, for the fighter's recent
successes
Woodruff. considered in many
quarters as the best local condi conditioner
tioner conditioner in the business, is the man
who took Marra under his care
since the boxer hit the comeback
trail.
In all instances lbarra has
been the underdog in his last
three appearances against
Claudio Martino, Hector Hicks,
and Armenteros. And In' each
case he has made the experts
and isthmian fight fens look
bad by copping the verdicts.
barra, who weighed 119 1-4 to
the Cuban's 118 1-2. outhosed
and outgunned his foreign too,

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GYMKHANA Members of the Pakama Sports Car Club are shown congratulatinff the winner
of an event at the recently, held gymkhana at Rio Hato. The Panama Sports Car Club will
join with the Canal Zone's VW Glub and the Isthmian Sports Car Club to hold a gymkhana
at the President Remon racetrack on Fourth of JU1Y, COMmencing at 10 a.m.

Piccolino Whips Pops To Cop
National Red Cross Classic

BULLSEYE Panama bantamweight contender Toto Ibarra
connects with a right cross to the head of ranking Cuban 118-
pounder Manuel Armenteros whom he decisioned in a ten tenrounder
rounder tenrounder at the Olympic Stadium last night. The victory was
Toto's third straight since coming back from a year's retire retirement
ment retirement four months ago.

'New' Toto lbarra Upsets
Highly Rated Armenteros

The Haras Carinthia's promis promising
ing promising colt Piccolino yesterday was
sent out in vastly improved form
and raced to an impressive two twolength
length twolength victory in the $2.000 added
seven furlong National Red Cross
Classic for imported two-year olds
at, the President, Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. The rain-Soaked sand track was
a bit faster than usual yesterday
and as a result Piccolino turned
the seven furlongs in 1:26 2-5
fastest clocking for the distance
by any two-year-old locally this
year.
Pops, which only a fortnight a ago
go ago beat Piccolino by a neck af after
ter after the pair had hooked up in a
head and head duel from the
start, this time had a five-oonid
pull in the weights but was no
match for the winner. He set the
nace in hand hut could not match
Piccolino in the drive.
Puerto ,Madero, ,which went off
the overwhelming miduels favor favorite
ite favorite mostly because he was rid ridden
den ridden by saddle ace Braulio Bae Baeza,
za, Baeza, faded badly in tl-p stretch
and lost third olIce to Tierral af after
ter after being close to Pops most of
the distance.

- Pim lino, under a confident
and good ride by Heliodoro Gus Gustines.
tines. Gustines. naid $6.80 to win. The Piecolino-Pops
ouiniela raid $580.
Gustines plso won the srconda srcondary
ry srcondary attraction with mutuels fav favorite
orite favorite Deauville but was not the
dav's saddlr star.
Leading jockey Baeza hoofed
home five winners to ouSh his to total
tal total for the semester to 137 ele eleven
ven eleven shy of his own record. 13ae 13aeza
za 13aeza won eight over the werkend
as compared to runnerlin
nes aix. Gustines ninned susnend susnended
ed susnended Sandino Hernandez for second
nlace in the siv-month jockey con contest
test contest 41 to 40:
T,a Brisa. one of Baeza's five
winners. returned tte hest divid dividend
end dividend of the afternoon $13 60. The
T,3 Ttrisa-Albirenso double paid
4.00toos for the day.
The dividends:

National League

TEAMS
Clevoland
Chicago
Baltimort
Detroit
Now York
Washington
Boston
Kansas City

W L
39 30
39 32
38 34
37 35
36 35
32 39
31 39
30 38

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Pct. GB
.565
.549 1
.528 212
.514 312
.507 4
.452 8
.443 812
.441 812

Today's Games
San Fco. at Los Angeles CO
Only game scheduled.

Yesterday's Results
(First Game)
Boston 001 000 300-4 9 0
Cleveland 013 000 10x-5 9 1
Delocko Harshman (2-7) and
Daley, White.
Bell, Perry (2-1) and Nixon.
(Second Game)
Boston 000 000 000-0 2 0
Cleveland 000 000 10x-1 7 2
Wills (2-4) and White.
Score (8-5) and Brown.
(First Gems
New York 000 002 000-2 9 2
Chicago 000 014 40x-9 10 1
Ford (7-5), Coates and Berra.
Wynn (11-5) and Battey.
--
(Scond Game)
New York 000 000 011-2 5 0
Chicago 310 000 00x-4 9 0
Larsen (6-2), Bronstad, Terry,
Shantz, Ditmar and Berra.
Donovan (5-5), Lown and Lollar.

Baltimore 010 100 000-2 6 0
Detroit 012 013 00x-7 10 1
Pappas (7-4), Fischer and Tri Triandos.
andos. Triandos. Mossi (6-3) and Berberet.
Washington 201 000 301-7 10 0
Kansas City 000 001 020-3 S 1
Kemmerer (5-6) and Naragon.
Reed (0-1), Sturdivant, Dickson,
Meyer, Kucks and Chili.

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kONDAY, 'MINE il;

American League

TEAMS
Milwaukao
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Chkago
St. Louis
Cincinnati
Philadelphia

(First Game)
St. Louis
Cincinnati

W L
42 30' 1.583
43 33 -.56611
41 33 .554 2
38 37 .50V 5
36 '36
34 38 .472 8
32 41 .438 10111
26 44 .371 ''''

Today's Games
Kansas City at Detroit
Only game scheduled
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 000 100 000-1 5 I
Milwaukee 000 200 00x-2 5 1
Hillman (3-8), Elston, Henry
and Neeman.
Pizarro (1-1) and Crandak
Philadelphia MO 000 000-0 7 I
San Francisco 301 000 02x-6 10 0
Semproch 2-(6), Cardwell, Vey.
er, Robinson and Thomas.
Antonelli (11-4) and Landrith.

700 011 000.-,9 10
100 140 010-4 1'5 3

Bridges Cheney, Blaylock (CO,
McDaniel and H. Smith.
Nuxha (3-7), Peiia, Arroy
Acker, Lawrence and Dotterel..
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(Second Game)
St. Louis 200 lig 491111 le A

oi. Louis 200 115 020-11 15 0
Cincinnati 000 000 800-8 IS 1
Ricketts (1-3), McDaniel, Jeff.
coat and Katt, H. Staith.

Schmidt (1-2), Lawrence, A-rroYo,
Nwthall, O'Toole, Purkey
Bailey, Dotterer.

Pittsburgh 010 000 021-4 10 1
Los Angeles 010 510 02x-9 11 2
Friend (3-10), Daniel, Porterfield
and Foiles.
McDevitt (7-0), Drysale din
oseboro.

Results Of Second, Weekly
Bilboa Swimming 'Mel'elt

Summerford 34 points. 2. I o'd y
Summerford 30 points. 3., Gerali
Starr 4 points.
11 and 12 year olds: 1. Roark
Summerford 40 points, 2. G AT y
Vaueher 17 points, 3. Duke Wii
son 14 points
13 and 14 year olds: 1. Jim
Dykes 30 points, 2. Jill) Wiison 22
points, 3. Garth Feeney 14 points.
14 and 16 year ()Ids: 1. Harry
Van Loon 35 points.

Game-Of-The7 Week
Broadcast Here By
61 llelle tollipany

Isthmian basehalt fins c a n
hear the "Game of -the Week"
broadcast here every 'Saturday in
Spanish by popular Buck Canel,
Cabalgata Deportiva 'Gillette an.
nouncer, and various Latin A
rican announcers, Allred from the
United States.

made him miss repeatedly, count counterpounched,
erpounched, counterpounched, covered up and block blocked
ed blocked effectively jn earning his po popular
pular popular victory.
The crowd booed lustily when
it was announced that one of the
judges, Freddy Middleton, had
voted a 96-96 draw.

The other judge, Felipe Caza Cazabon,
bon, Cazabon, scored it 100-91 for Marra
and referee Rogelio Pinzon gave
the verdict to the Panatnanian
97-96. The Panama American had
Toto on top 98-93.
Armenteros, who like his victor
was gentlemanly during the hec hectic
tic hectic battle, 'admitted his loss and
congratulated Ibarra when it was
all over.

"You beat me fair and square
in a good, close fight," the 29-
year-old warrior told Toto 'Take
good care of yourself," he added.
The most thrilling rounds were
the eighth and the tenth. Both
boys bled Tote about the eyes
and Armenteros from the nose
from the eighth until the end.
When the gong sounded to end
the scrap, the boxers had been gos
ing at each other furiously for at
least 60 seconds and the Cuban's
mouthpiece flew some 30 seconds
before the match came a halt:
A crowd of 2404 persons, a dis disappointment
appointment disappointment to the promoters,
paid $2196 to watch the thriller.
The concensus was that threaten threatening
ing threatening weather kept many away
from the outdoor larena.
Thom woo no official knock.
downs although lbarra was sont
to his haunchos In Hui third
'rim a from a right to the jaw.
Ho bouncod

FIRST RACE
1Domiti $4.20. $3.20
2Tangamea t9.40
SECOND RACE
1Renata $5.80, $3.20
2Lenero $5.40
First Double: $11.20
THIRD RACE
1Chalia $2.60. $2.20
2Silvana $2.20
FOURTH RACE
1Alanita $2.60, $2.20
2Reina Negra $2.60
Ou S4.20
FIFTH RACE
1.--an Vicente $9.80. $4.20
2Don Briqidn t3.no
SIXTH RACE
1La Brisa $13.60, $5
2Tarases t2.40
SEVENTH RACE
1-1-Albirzense $8, $3.20
2Posiblemente $3
Second Double: SO4.60
EIGHTH RACE
1Piceo lino tn.80, $3.80
2Pops $3.80
Guiniela: SSA)
NINTH RACE
1Deauvill, $3.40. $2.80
2Double Four $5
One-Two: Sid.90
TENTH RACE
1-141 Desert $3.20,'$2.20
2Blaneor t2,0
ELEVENTH RACE
1Platsnn tn. t3
2Lo Mosencn
Ono Two: $9
and Pinzon did not
count.
Marra said that he was hit
hard many times during the bout
bid he took the most damagaing
blow in the sixth when he receiv received
ed received a stiff left to the jaw that rat rattled
tled rattled his teeth.
In the other bouts: Vicente Wor
rell, 127 1-2, took a split decision
from Valentin Brown, 120 3-4: Roi Roily
ly Roily McKay, 131. kayoed Juan Cha ChaCOn.
COn. ChaCOn. 135 1-2, In 1:02 of the second
of a scheduled four-rounder; and
Ernesto Campbell, 119 1-2, gained
a unanimous verdict from Rober Roberto
to Roberto del Cid, 120, in a four-round af affair.
fair. affair.

Friday morning at the Balboa
Pool. A few prizes found no own owners
ers owners because there were not e enough
nough enough contestants in some groups.
If there are any swimmers who
would care to compete in the re remaining
maining remaining three meets, they will
still be eligible for the final tro trophies.
phies. trophies. The next meet will be held
on Friday, July 20.
To close the meet, competitors
crossed the pool fully dressed, re removed
moved removed their soggy clothing and
the first one to swim back claim claimed
ed claimed the candy. The Horse and Rid Rider
er Rider competition. filch proved so
popular at the fiest meet. was re repeated
peated repeated and played with enthu enthusiasm.
siasm. enthusiasm. More of these games are
planned for the next meet.
The results of the meet and
the number of points earned are
as follows:
Girls: 6 years and under: none
7 and 8 year olds. 1. Florence
Thompson 11 points. 2. Gwimm
Doyle 10 points.
9 and 10 year olds: 1. Jane
Wilson 18 points. 2. Mary Thomp Thompson
son Thompson 14 points, 3. Phyllis McIl McIlhenny
henny McIlhenny 1 point.
11 and 12 year olds: 1. Bonnie
Crowell 16 points, 2. Vivianne Ko Kosan
san Kosan 12 points, 3. Pat Basham 6
points.
13 and 14 year olds: 1. Carolyn
Ca mby 10 points.
15 and 16 year olds: 1. Danielle
Harned 5 points.
Boys: 6 years and under: none.
7 and 8 year olds: 1. David
Bullock 18 points, 2. Bruce McIl McIlhenny
henny McIlhenny 14 points, 3. John Thomp Thompson
son Thompson 4 points.
9 and 10 year olds: 1. Duncan
Summerford 18 points, 2. Jody
Summerford 14 points, 3. Gerald
Starr 3 points
11 and 12 year olds: 1. Roark
Summerford 20 points, 2. Duke
Wilson 10 points, 3. Gary Vauch Vaucher
er Vaucher 5 points.
13 and 14 yeat olds: 1. Jim
Dykes '15, points. 2. Jim Wilson
10 points, 3. Garth Feeney 9
points,
15 and 1R year olds: 1. Harry
Van Loon 20 pOints.
The total points for the first two
swim meets in the first 3 posi positions
tions positions in each age group are as
follows:
Girls:
7 and 8 year olds: 1. Florence
Thompson 31 points, 2. Gwinn
Dovle 10 points.
9 and 10 year olds: 1. Jane Wil Wilson
son Wilson 31 points, 2. Mazy Thompson
30 points, 3. Phyllis McIlbenny 2
points.
11 and 12 year Olds: 1. Vivianne
Kosan 28 points, 2. Bonnie Cor Corwell
well Corwell 19 points, 3. Nancy Chadwick
13 points.
13 and 14 year olds. 1. Nancy
Morency and Jane Hearn 13
points each, 2. Carolyn Camby 10
points, 3. Marilyn Camby 1 point.
15 and 16 year olds: 1. Danielle
Harned 10 points.
Boys:
7 and 8 year olds: 1. David
Bullock 36 points, 2. Bruce Melt Meltbenny
benny Meltbenny 28 points, 3. John Thomp
son 5 points. ,'
I and 10 year olds: 1. Damn

.
,
The games are earned by
Onda Popular, 990 )Ce., inme inmediately
diately inmediately after the, local horseraces
every Saturday after 6:30 p.m.
Schedule for the remainder of
the season which ends Sept. 28
before the World Series, includes:
Date Game to be ,broadeasted
July 4 Washington, vs Yankees
July 7 All Stars Game
July 11 Yankees at ,Boston
July 18 Chicago vs Yankees
July 25 Pittsbtu.gh at Milwaukee
Aug. 1 Kansas City,at Washing
,
Aug.8 Chicago at Washington
Aug. 15 Boston vs Yankees
Aug. 22 San Fico. at
phia
Aug. 29 Yankees at Washington
Sept. 5 Pittsburgh at Philadelt
phia
Sept. 12 Detroit vs. Ytokeei
Sept. 19 Boston vs. Yankees
Sept. 26 Baltimore vs. Yankees
Panamanian sports announcer
Tomas Cupas, who has broadcast
many games for the Cabalgata
Gillette, will broadcast the July 4
game of Washington vs. t e
Yankees. He also will be one of the
announcers for the All Star
Game en July t'
All major boxing matches also
aft broadeasted in Spanish direct,-
ly from ringside in the United
States bat,,), the Cabalgata
portly& Matte.
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TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Po.
lice held severe suspects yesters
day for questioning the theft of
0,000 worth of jewelry from Met.
ropolitan Oper star Blanche Theo
bom. The jewelry was found Sat.
urday night in a police jeep
pirked outside of International
House, while officers were inside
interrogating employes of the the.,
ater where the robbery Oteutred
Tuesday.

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'BOSTON NEA) Jacob Nei Neison
son Neison Fox has left his mark on
every baseball, field he has play played
ed played tn.
,,,, Nellie Fox chews tobacco.
Fox, pepperpot second baseman
of the Chicago White Sox, stood
, toutside the batting cage squirt-ing
juice at a 45-degree angle as
he spoke about the virtues of
chewing the weed.
0 "It r el a x e s me," he sail.
vGves me something to do while
'Waiting for a play.
, "I had my first chew when
' "I was 16 but my mother didn't
know about it. My f a t h e r
-chewed all the time. I didn't
use his. Bought my own.
"I became a steady chewer inl
1944 when I was with Lancaster 1
in the Easter League.
"I've swallowed 'the stuff many"
times," Foxie grimaced. "M a d e
'me sick. You get sicker if you
. take a drink of watex on top of
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"Some pIayers mix toba cco
imd gum. I take mine straight
except for maxin it with a
... ,plug. Get more juice, that way."
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scenething to spray on the grass,
':':What good is the juice?

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(gird illdoto.rs, To Particildt In IMarlin, Selilfish Tourne

PANAMA TRACK COACHES Carlos Peter Belizaire and Henry Jones (encircled). Ph Ysical
education. professors from Panama, are wrong a group of olympic track coaches front four fourteen
teen fourteen countries who arrived in the United States on June 1 for a four-month tour that will
Include the Pan American Games in Chicago, and a coaching workshop .at New York Univer University's
sity's University's graduate camp. They are in the United States, invited by the International Recreation
Association of New York in conjunction with the Department of State, to learn what, they can
,of AMeriCan coaching methods in preparation for the Olympic games to be held in Rome
Maid year. In the above photo, Jim Kehoe, University of Maryland, talks to the group about
'running and jumping on an international basis. Shown standing ,from left to right, are:
Edward Christian Nyako, Ghana; Youra Abdoulin, Iran; Sindulto Aviero Stark, Paraguay; Os Oscar
car Oscar Henrir Jones, Parlarna; Kim Chang-Keum, Korea: and seated, in the same order, Carlos
Peter Bel zaire, Panama; Olguiz Rodriguez, Uruguay: Brigid() Iriarte, Venezuela; Taj Ahmed
ithan, Pakistan; Mohamed Mamoun, Morocco, and Jim Kehoe.

By JOHN MORRISSEY

"I use it on my glove," Nellie
said. "Rub it in. It's pretty good
sfulf."
When aman comes barrelling
into second base isnt it possible
that he might accidentally knock
the juice out of Nellie's nouth
and have it land in his eye?
"That used to happen,' Nellie
admitted.

But does if stil happen?
"No comment."
Quite a few players chew to.
bacco but Fox calls Rocky
Bridges, the Detroit shortstop,
the champion.
"Our entire infield uses the
stuff," Nellie pointed out. "Har "Harvey
vey "Harvey Kuenn of the Tigers is a
superior tobacco chewer.
"I use between a pack and
a pack and a half during a game.
Depends on how things are go going.
ing. going. Use it in the off-season, too,
when I go hunting. I also smoke
cigars, but cut them down cv
one a day.
"I don't believe there's any
difference between a fellow who
chews gum and one who uscs
tobacco. say every man to his
taste squirt). Licorice m ekes
me sick."
,Hew doss Neitie's wife feel
about him walking around with
a mouth of tobacco?
"Well," he laughed, "she
doesn't ay anything about it any
more I'm safe as long as
don't use it in, the house. She's
careful of her rugs.
"Our pitcher Dick Donovan,"
Nellie Fox concluded, "used to
chew. Doesn't any more. Ile got
married."

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Considerable enthusiasm h a
been engenerred among the own.
ers of outboard motor boat!
to take part in the forthcoming
Itu International Marlin and
Sailfish Tournament which begins
July 1st. and last through Au August
gust August 2nd. As previously an announced
nounced announced the tournament is not'
restricted to members of Darting
clubs, but is open to anyone fill filling
ing filling out an entry blank.
On Emily, July 3, a flotilla of
about twenty outboard motor
boat will leave the Club de Yates
de Peaces, across from the Amer American
ican American -Embassy in Panama City,
to fish in the Perlas Islands. To
Imre advantage of a high tile
the boats will leave shortly belore
noon. Several boats will be e equipped
quipped equipped with radio to cont.act
larger boats in case of difficul
ties.
The fleet of outboards is
scheduled to pass the end of the
A:mador ,Causeway about noon
and will ,head directly to PErry
Bey, which is the anchorage at
Pedro Gonzalez, Perlas Islan a.
Little fishing will be done until
the boats arrive in sight of the
Islands. It is expected that the
trip to Perry Bay will take three
hours.
Smaller individual groups of
outboards may leave Friday, Ju July.
ly. July. 3rd to take advantage of
the 4th of July holiday.
Ihe tournament Committee re requests
quests requests that all boats going out to
the Perlas be in tip-top shape to
avoid the danger of losing po power
wer power at sea, as well as to avoid
having to make someone tow the
boat back to port.
At Perry's Bay there ivill be a
landing craft of the U.S. Army
on which the Tournament Com
mittee will have a supply of ice,
gas and water. There will be no
oil aboard the craft, so the out outboard
board outboard participants are urged to
carry a sufficient 'supply of oil.
There will be a gasoline boat and
pump for refueling of boats.
Boat owners will pay cash for
,their purchases. The gas, thmuf,iti
a spedical arrangement Will be
"duty free."
A certified scale svill be on
shore at Perry'5 Bay with a care caretaker
taker caretaker to weigh catches for the
;urky fishermen. Fish entry
blanks will also be available al although
though although participants are asked to
deliver them personally to the of
flee of Mrs. Audrey Kline in the
Panama Insurance Co. Building in
Panama, or Miss Judy at the
Balboa Yacht Club.
The landing craft will be &vat &vatlable
lable &vatlable through the .courtesy of
the Army on the first and third
weekend of the tournament.
Anyone wishing to enter the
tournament may tt blanks at
the Club de Yates y Pesca and at
the Balboa Yacht Club,

ROUTER Ilryrol Burleson
broke a National Amateur Ath Athfor
for Athfor 19 yea,rs by running 1,500
!offs Union record which stood.
meters in 3 minutes, 47.5 sec secconds.
conds. secconds. He is a University of O Orem
rem Orem frosh.

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VFW Teener Carnival
At Athrook Tomorrow

2
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By MARK BRANDON
The final round-up of workees
for the County Fair and Carnival,
sponsored by the VFW Teens TeensBaseball
Baseball TeensBaseball Committee, to raise
funds for the team selected to re represent
present represent the Isthmus in the United
States at the regular annual
VFW Tournament, will be held
Monday evening June 29 at sev seven
en seven at Hanger 6, Albrook AFB
All Members of the VFW and
interested workers for the carni carnival
val carnival are URGED 41 be. present
at Monday evenings meeting for
the. final arrangements and dress
rehearsal for the Carnival which
will formally open Tues d a y.
June 30, at six p.m. The South
gate, adjacent to Hanger 6, will
be opened for the convenience of
the public who are urged to
use this gate enroute to the fair.
Games of skill, chance and
pure fun will be featured on the
midway, plus added attract ions
for specislists. The driving range
for golfers and duffers with
right and left handed clubs pro provided,
vided, provided, 'Pitchers', all varieties, can
try their arm at the baseball
pitch. There are penny pitches,
nickel pitches and milk bottte
pitches. Pinball games banked in
a row, Hoop La and Ring Toss,
Balloon Contests and raffles for
attractive prizes.
Foodl- Hot dogs, hambur g e r s,
french fries, soft drinks and cold
beer. Snow Cones, cotton can candy
dy candy and pop corn for large and
small fry. Home baked products
will be featured Friday and Sa
turday, July 3-4 at a Cake Booth.
Cakes, pies, pastries and assort assorted
ed assorted baked goods for home 0011-
sumption or by the piece to eat
on the spot.
Commerical Booths will house
the products of many merchants
.from Panama, among them Tro Tropelco,
pelco, Tropelco, Mr. Mocray, Bateas, Indus Industrias
trias Industrias Lacteas, SA, Agenda El
Mundo, Sears, Panama Cigarettes,
Cervecia Nacional and Elga. Com Competent
petent Competent attendants will furnish in interesting
teresting interesting information on t h e
merchandise displayed.
A "white elephant" booth for
the bargain minded will carry
items of assorted type and price.
Anyone interested in "dumping"
losable items are weicOme to con conItribute
Itribute conItribute to this booth! Rolling

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0059
0159
0259
0389
0459
0559
0659
0759
0459
0959

Prizes Pio.
156.00 1059
2,600.00 1159
1$6.00 1259
156.00 1359
156.00 1459
156.00 1559
156.00 1659
156.00 1759
156.00 1859
156.00 1959

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0158 260.00

9149 130.00
9150 130.00

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0879 156.00

4470 104.00
4871 104.00

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156.00
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156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
158.00
156.00
156.00
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First Prize.
Second Prize
Third Prize.

9151 130.00
9152 130.00

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1879 156.00 2879 156.00
4872 104.00 4874 104.00
4873 104.00 4875 104.00

WITNESSES: Julian JulioCeti. 47-32741
Luis Lav G.Ced. 50-390

Drawing

No.
2059
2159
2259
2359
2459
2559
2659
2750
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pins, muffin tins, dishes and
glasses, phonograph records and
rkees dinner frocksyou name it we
nivel, might have it!
eene- The merry-go-round at t h e
is e backdoor for the youngest west west,o
,o west,o re- erners, while real live ponies, un unrnited
rnited unrnited der the auspices of a local rid ridnnual
nnual ridnnual ing club, will be on hand for the
held mature cowpokes.
sev- Juke boxes will furnish rock
'n roll or the Tennessee waltz for
and midway dancing, throughout the
carni- carnival, which will be opened
sent June 30 at six p.m. and will run
g for through July 5. Tuesday, Wednes Wednesdress
dress Wednesdress day and Thursday the grounds
which will be opened at six p.m. FridaY,
d a y Saturday and Sunday the fair
South will be in full swing from noon
will each day.
ice of Have fun art the fair and at the
I to !ame tim e help VFW send
fair. Ihe local b a s e b all team to
and the U.S for a month long invit invitn
n invitn the ed tour and the final playoffs
o n s of the VFW, Teener Tournament
range at Hershey Pennsylvania in Au Auwith
with Auwith gust.
pro- The general public, all sizes
I, can and ages will find entertainment
seball at the Fair. Let's have a ball!
idles, Booster tickets are still on sale
bottte and will be until the last local
ed in game is played when the draw drawToss,
Toss, drawToss, ing will be held for the three va vas
s vas for luable prizes offered.

ONLY TWO WINNERS
SYR,ACUSE, N. Y. (NEA lOn
ly two schools have won the in intercollegiate
tercollegiate intercollegiate Rowing Association
Regatta varsity featue since the
race was moved to Syracuse in
1952. Navy won the first three
years, Cornell from 1955 through
'59.

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PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2103, June 28, 1959

The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

Prises No.
156.00 3059
52,000.00 3159
156.00 1 3259
156.00 3359
156.00 3459
156.00 3559
156.00 3659
156.00 3759
IMMO 3859
150.00 3959

2158 260.00

9153 130.00
9154 130.00

NOTE. The winning ticket' with the last cipher and with the two last
ciphers apply only to the First Prize.
The First Prize and the 2nd and nrd Prizes ere drawn separately The op
proximations are calculated on the Find. Second and Third prizes In case
a ticket should carry thy numbers of each prize. the holder ix entitled to
claim IDIVMPTI1 fnr exch.

DRAWN OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, June 28, 1959

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Approximations Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

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2168 260.00

9155 130.00
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Fraction Ileket

Prizes
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
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156.00
156.00
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150.00

No.
4059
4159
4259
4359
4459
4550
4959
4759
4959
4959

3879 156.00

4474 104.00
4477 104.00

2159
9158
4879

Prizes 1 No.
150.00 5059
2,600 00 5159
158.00 5259

156.00
IS8.00
156.60
191.00

5359
5459
5559
5959

159.00 9750
Isom 5950
159.90 I 5059

4159 29040
9157 130.09
9159 130.00

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5679 156.00

40711 104.00
4800 104.00

59 $11.00 $220.00
58 3.00 60.00
79 2.00 40.00
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOuT

Pri7PS
156.00
2,600.00
156.60
156.00
156.06
156.00
156.06

Nn.
6059
6159
6259
8359
6459
6559
6650

150.04 I 0759
14.04 00511
156.00 0959

series "A" and "B"

s 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
.:1; 7,800.00

1- cum
156.00
2.600.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.06
156.00
1511.00
156.00

No.
7059
7159
7259
7359
7459
7559
7659
7759
7959
7959

515A 264.80 6156 280.00
9184 136.00 0182 130.08
9161 130.46 2163 130.44

9184 134.00 I 9182 134.44
4161 130.44 I 9183 130.44

Derived From Third Vrize

$
MO 156.00
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471R1 104.00
01,112 104.60

9
MO 156.00

4A83 iO4.00
4AA4 104.00

Prizes No.
156.00 R059
2,600.00 R159
156.04 8259
156.00 R359
156.00 R459
156.00 R559
156.04 R659
156.00 11759
15601 11159
156.00 R959

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury, JOEL MEDINA

DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

7,800.00

Prizes
154.00
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
1511.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00

71511 260.00
- -
0164 130.011
9165 130.00

6
68710 156.00

4AR5 104.80
4ARA 104.80

lairCOND P1117,F
IS Approxinuitmns. ......... 8 150,00 each one
Prizes. 500 AO each one

No.
9059
9159
9259
9359
9459
9559
9650
9759
9959

Prizes
156.00
2,500.06
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
1511.66
156.00
156.00

Pommommoti
61511 260.00
9166 130.00
9161 130.00

4474 144.00
4487 104.00
4484 104.00

Prize-winning Numbers of )esterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The lst Panama, 2nd Panama and 3rd In Chiriqui.
The Nine Hundred tickets ending in 9 and not incl uded In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars (952.00) each
The whole ticket has fitty-two pieces which comptises the two series "A" & "8"

RICARDO VALLARINO PABLO A. PINEL M.
Notary Public, Panama Secretary

The prizes will be paid in accordance with the Official List of Panam tri:o
the offices of the National Reneficieni Lottery nitnated on Central Avenise

PLAN OF EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING No. 2104 WHIC1C
WILL TARE PLACE SUNDAY, JULY 5. 1959
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The Whole Ticket has 50 Pieces
FIRST PRIZE
1 First PEI
I Second Pratt 1100.000 00
30.04)0.00
I Third Prize, 15.000 00
111 Approximations, 91.000 00 each nne 114.000 00-,a
ft Prizes. snoo 00 each nne 4530100
90 Prizes, 30000 each one mono oo
900 Prizes. 100.00 each one 90.000.00 os
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4.5n0 00
4.500 nt,

THIRD PRIZE
ApproximatIchs II 200 00 each one 3,600 (PO
0 Prizek 300.00 each one 2,700 00
10170 Peirce Total ....... 040,3041W

Price of a whole ticket $50.00
Price of a fiftieth-part $ 1.00

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LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Clinton Tale, Plaintfff vs. Phyllis Jean
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To the above-named defendant.
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Deputy Clerk
To Phyllis Jean Tate
The foregoing stuninon, ,et ved
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Judge. United States District Court fo:
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
June 11, 1959, and entered and filed
In this action in the office of the Clerk
of said United States District Court for
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959.
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closets, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, refrigerator, stove, hot
water, balcony. 43rd. Street No.
27, Bella Vista.
WANTED
WANTED: Employment for
good houtekeeped. Phone Gatlin
415.
1 Motorcycles I
' FOR SALE: Lertsbretts motor
scooter, new, $300. Cali Cumin Cumindu
du Cumindu 4198.
Olmedo Advances
To Seinifinals
At Wimbledon
.
WIMBLEDON, Eng., June 29 --
(UPI)-- Top-seeded Alex Olmedo
became the first South American
ever to reach the singles semifin semifinals
als semifinals of the Wimbledon tennis cham.
pionships when he eliminated Luis
Ayala of Chile, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3,
today.
Olmedo, a Peruvian who now
resides in Los Angeles, displayed
the same gritty tactics against A
yala that he used in leading the
United States Davis Cup team to
victory over Australia in last
year's challenge round.
Only in the second set did 01-
medo allow his fellow South-A
merican to take the play away
from him. But "The Chief," as he
is known to his Davis Cup team
nates regained his mastery in the
third set, then chased Ayala off
he court in the fourth set.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Emniovea
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
OMHOMEY!'
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
Low RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new earl
ACIENCV DEHLIMER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4914 3-4985
All Ttpet ot Auto Insurance
BOSTONIANS VISIT EIRE
DUBLIN (UPI) Twenly-four
members of the Eire Society of
Boston arrived al Shannon Airport
yesterday for a two-week educa educational
tional educational tour of Ireland. Six other
members of the party, including
Society President Henry Weldon,
were left behind in Roston be because
cause because they could not get rescr,;a rescr,;aions
ions rescr,;aions on the plane. They will ar
me today.

AGENTS:

I Automobiles
1
FOR SALE:-1958 Edsel hard
top, 2 door sedan. 11.500 miles.
power steering, power brakes,
auto, transmission, radio, heater,
345 h p., undercoated. Excellent
condition. 52550.00. Will C011-
sider trade. Curundu 83-7139.
FOR SALE:-1951 4 door Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. Dependable transportation.
Phone Balboa 1662 or House
5511-B Diablo.
FOR SALE:Cadillac 4 door se sedan.
dan. sedan. $150. A classic, well pro
d, phone Balboa 1662 or
house 55114, Diablo.
FOR SALE:-1952 4 door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Cranbook sedan, 6 ply
tires, both body and engine in
fine condition, Tel, 6-511 or,
house No. 0267, Apt. C. Clam Clamboa,
boa, Clamboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, hydramatic
and radio. $575. Balboa 6378 or
6444. 7:30 3:30.
,
FOR SALE:-55 Chevrolet. hv hvdromatic.
dromatic. hvdromatic. radio. 2 tone (black
and white) 2-10 model. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Call Balboa 1835.
FOR SALE:-1957 Chevrolet 2.
door. 1510-A Calabash Street.
Gavilin Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford Fair lane
500 Special, Thunderttird motor.
heater and blower, magic bar, ra radio,
dio, radio, clock, power brakes and
steering, windshield washer, back backup
up backup lights, other extras. Qtrs.,
334-A Albrook. Phone 3134.
.
FOR SALE:-1955 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan. 6 cyl. Tel. 2-1275.
6333-A, Los Rios.
.
FOR SALE:-1958 two tone,
two door Ford. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, reasonable priced. Phone 5-
565. Can be seen at house 255-A
Sitrion, Gatun.
FOR SALE:-1957 Pontiac two
door hardtop, Superchief two
tone, white side walls, other (01(
tras. Call 84-5129, or see at
Qtrs. 861-D Fort Kobbe.
I Special Offers I
,
Old established Hong Konk
firm wishes to contact reliable
importers, wholesalers and stores
interested in importing Hong
Kong manufactured men's, wo women's
men's women's and children's wear. En Enquire
quire Enquire please, in English, to
SWEDISH TRADING CO. LTD
PO. BOX 108, HONG KONG.
.
Eavesdroppers Study
8-Day Conversafions
Of Suace-ship Gobs
PHILADELPHIA. June 29
(UPI) Navy psychologists stud studied
ied studied today the secretly-recorded
conversations of six young sail sailors
ors sailors during the eight days they
spent in a simulated space-ship
cabin at the Philadelphia naval
base.
The six volunteers emerged at
the weekend from a steel chamber
in which they tested new oxygen
equipment for long-d urati on
flights into spare.
The new apparatus kept the
same air in the cabin life sus sustaining
taining sustaining by a chemical granule
which absorbed carbon dioxide
and released oxygen.
"It's pretty good to be out. I'll
tell you that," Boh Breithaupt, ap apnrentice
nrentice apnrentice said. Breithaupt was
greeted by his parents who were
on hand to help celebrate his 19th
birthday.
During their eight days of con confinement.
finement. confinement. the reactions and con conversations
versations conversations of the sailors were re recorded
corded recorded without their knowledge.
They were without entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of any kind and their meal
times were mixed deliberately to
add to their confusion.
Psychologists said the six were
cheerful. but contused about time.
Some believed another day re remained
mained remained before the eight days
were up.
0
I
' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
& BUILDERS
INVI TATION TO BID
The American Legion Club.
Post No. I, Inc., proposes to
make certain changes and
altel 1011F tO I he building
occupied bv them at Fort
Arnador, CRI1R1 Zone.
These changes will consist
mainly of - Construction or
a new kitchen and remodel remodeling
ing remodeling the bar.
Most all the work will be
on the main or street floor.
,
Plans and specification may
be had by contracting the
club manager or Mr. P L.
Roland At 2-2949, or at Build Building
ing Building No. 8 Industrial Division
Area.
Bids will be opened at the
club at 4:30 n.m. July 30.
31)59.
'
The club reserves the right
to retect any or all bids.
i
P. L. ROLAND
Cont rart trig Officer

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Miscellaneous I
FOR SALLHamilton clothes
dryar. Good condition, $60.00.
Phone Albrook 6219.
LIBRERIA ERITORIAL CARIBE
21-42 "0" A Tel. 2-5474
Besid Hotel International
BIBLES, CHRISTIAN LITERA LITERATURES.
TURES. LITERATURES. Evangelical Records.
FOR SALE:Zenith radio phone
console and records. Set of
-Bookhouse" for children. Maple
desk, clarinet. bamboo chaise
1 2 Hutch cabinets, 2 yard
chairs and tab Phone Baiboa
1662 or house 5511-8, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Two exhaust fans.
60 cycle, 440 volts, 5 h.P. Mav
be seen at Ft. Clayton, Officers
Club Building T-38. New, have
never been used. Sealed bids will
be opened at I p.m. Friday 110th
July.
FOR SALE:Magic Chef ial,
stove, $75. RCA refrigerator,
both excellent condition. phone
3-7018.
FOR SALE :Gasoline driven
electric plant, 9kv, 110220
volts. 1 phase. S250.00 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3630.
FOR SALE:Eastern sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, almost new, $50.00, radio
pick-up, $15.00, Paulus Lefevro
6th Street No. 32 Apt. 16.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
331 (10 discount On all fishing
tackles. This is not a sale, but
permanent reduction of price.
ABERNATHY, IA.
Across side groat from III Parma.
ma Hotel.
SERVICES 1
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TY. radio. Hi-Ili anti
transistors.
We do more Work. because Wo
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue llo. 111-20.
U.S. Television
Means reliability
better service,
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
WE NEW reupholster ell types of
furniture. We remake mattres mattresses
ses mattresses as new (pick up and &liven,
same day). Call us for free esti estimate
mate estimate HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
National Ave. 41. Tel. 3-4911,
3-7348.
Protect your home and proper.
ty against hind damags.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
I PERSONALS I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
LOSTClarinet in Black Case if
fond cell Balboa 3569. Reward
to finder.
1 Animals
1
FOR SALE:Boston Terrier pup puppies,
pies, puppies, AKC registered. Cali Nant
3986, between 9:00 a.m. and
7:00 p.m.

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York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
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Home Articles I

FOR SALLRugs lot large sizes.
"last" gas clothes drier, Mangle
ironer. All items In excellent
condition. Phone 3-6775.
FOR SALE:Panama Steel Com Company,
pany, Company, class A preferred with com common
mon common share', $10.00. Phone 3-
,2440, 3-5417.
FOR SALE.;---Frisidaire 11 cu.
ft., top freozinp compartment. I4
ton air-conditioner. $tove. All in
excellent condition. Phone 3-
2308, Panama.
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;
mode rig vanity willree mirror
39.00; lovely dinette pets-formica
t o p 75.00 child's wardrobe,
39.00; metal dressers 15.00;
mattresses 6 50, k
WOO; ARMY COTS 5.50; pil pillows
lows pillows 1.25. CREDIT TERMS.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE. Ave.
Nacional 41, Tol. 3-7148, 3-
4911.
FOR SALE:Double bed, bon
spring mattress and trams 5,70
Call 2-4327 boom 5:30 and
9:00 p.m.
US Racks Up
in Past 30
---- 0
WASHINGTON (UPI) T e!
U.S. government this week will
rack up a shameful record of 26'
Treasury deficits in 30 years. The
1959 fiscal year ends at midnight
tomorrow.
Thirty years ago this week the
people of the United States, were
about to learn that their federal
government had been frugally ad administered
ministered administered through another year.
The people could not have cared
less because frugally was the way
government should be and always
'had been administered.
Back 30 years ago, however,
there wag no thought that the gov government
ernment government soon would be spending
itself into trouble like a shore
leave sailor.
Such a thought would have been
incredible in 1929. There would
have been public protest against
it.
Low Vatites, Treasull turpluies
and atibstantial reductions of the
national debt were what the Itoti
ers long had demanded and re received
ceived received from their public servants.
The 26 deficit years in the past 30
would have been as unthinkable
back there in the 1920s as is in incredible
credible incredible now the thought that def deficit
icit deficit spending may go on and on
to do irreparable damage to the
American way of life.
Maybe it can't happen here. But,
it ist A thing called creeoing in inflation.
flation. inflation. The citizens will be play playing
ing playing a cruel practical joke oti
themselves if they,have no inter interest
est interest this week in the splatter of
1959 fiscal year-end figures from
the U.S. Treasury.
There has been, of course, in
the Past 12 months another round
of inflationary deficit spending
The Treasury has gone abont 13
billions more into the red and the
national debt is so swollen that it
costs about eight billion a year to
pay the interest.
The government has had to
borrnw desolte eollection of taxes
in the multi-hillions of dollars.
For the total sum of those taxes
during 30 veers there is nO nu numerical
merical numerical comparison in this world,
only in the astronomical statistics
of outer space.
All of this is dull stuff. Not so
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July 4 July 9
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Classified Page closes 11:31
a.m. Mon. to Fri.. 11 a.m.
Sat., 2 pin. Sat. for Sun.
Office open 8-5 weekdays.
Real Estate I
FOR SALLLeto 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipimirome
Urbanization- acron the Remo
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, 20W01110, water main and
electricity. CaN W. Mc Banton.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SA1.11:Beautiful 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
m. 9th. Street No. 28, San
Francisco.
FOR SALE:-2700 m2 at Gor Gorgons
gons Gorgons on bluff overlooking beach.
Good well, house in need of re repairs.
pairs. repairs. $1250 cash. Call Balboa
4140 after 6:00.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 12
au. ft., with deep freeze, auto automatic
matic automatic defrost; playpen with pad,
habee-tenda high chair. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4348.
Miscellaneous
Girls! Be not dismayed if your
hair resembles steel wool or a
tired broom. Pat Smith can re recondition
condition recondition those haystack locks.
Gene 11's Beauty Shop, Coco 11
Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
26 Deficits
Fiscal Years
dull is this explosive fad: This
deficit spending already has be begun
gun begun to rattle and shake the U.S.
economy. And, unless the trend
is corrected, the U.S. economy
may be rattled and shaken be beyond
yond beyond repair. That would be the
point of no return for the Ameri American
can American way of life and the represen representative
tative representative Republican form of gov government
ernment government established by the U.S.
Constitution.
The American economy is
judged considerably in terms of
the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar,
as of now, is not quite a 50-cent
piece compared to its purchasing
power just 20 years ago. It is
worth today about 48 cents.
The 17X. government is a going
concern right ,enough, but going
where? On the ...record of the, past
80 years ft is going toward great
trouble if it continues to live be beyond
yond beyond its income.
.
SUMMER BRIDERope Al&
rich Rockefeller of New York,
, granddaughter of the late John
Rockefeller, will marry in
July. She'll wed John Spencer,
son of the late Professor Theo..
tdore Spencer .of Harvard tr.

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Documents Show US Knew In Advance
Of Hitler's Plan To Invade Russia

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States knew a year in
advance that Hitler planned to
scrap the Soviet-Nazi non-aggression
pact and invade Russia, ac according
cording according to diplomatic documents
rqade public today by the State
Department.
The papers also revealed that
French officials sharply criticized
Britain for withdrawing fighter
planes during the battle for France
in 1940. A Belgian diplomat, in
turn, blamed France for the Nazi
breakthrough in Belgium.
Dispatches to Washington from
U. S. embassies in Moscow and
Berlin reported behind-thescenes
distrust and plotting against one
another by Hitler and the late
Soviet Premier Josef Stalin dur during
ing during the 22 months the non-aggression
pact was in effect.
On June 1, 1940, the U. S.
minister in Sweden, Frederick Ao
Sterling, wired Secretary of State
Cordell Hull that "absolutely re-1
liable sources" reported that Ger Germany
many Germany was "busily working out
plans for attack on Russia to be-1
gin as soon as the Western powers
were defeated."
Hitler invaded the Soviet Union
a year later without waiting for
the defeat of the Western Allies.
A Sept. 28, 1940, dispatch from
Laurence Steinhardt, U. S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the Soviet Union,
quoted German embassy sources
as saying "in strictest confidence"

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NEW YORK, June 27 (UPI)
Common stock is becoming the
prime investment of Amerita.
Bonds continue in disrepute.
This situation reflects the infla inflation
tion inflation potential ahead and inflation
ah-eady here an inflation that
has reduced thi value of the dol dollar
lar dollar to half of what it once was in
terms of purchasing power.
A new record high of 12,500,000
persons now own common stocks,
a stock exchange survey revelasJ
This jump from 8,630,000 share-I
owners in 1956 surprised stock
exchange officials and it was de described
scribed described by exchange President
Keith Funston as "a quiet econo economic
mic economic revolution that is reshaping
America."
Now a new form of annuity is
in the making for sale to indivi individuals.
duals. individuals. It is the variable annuity wirkh
represents a chunk of common
stock investment with income va varying
rying varying with the income of the
stock and its price.
The state of New Jersey has
validated the variable annuity
and soon these funds will be on
sale by Jersey's insurance com companies.
panies. companies. They will be regulated as are
the stock exchanges by the Se Securities
curities Securities and Exchange Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. In selling variable ennuities.
the insurance companies will
have to enter the stock market
and purchase shares ags nst
which they will seH the annuities.
This adds another puurchaser to
the long list seeking common
stocks.
Regular pension funds have
been addinz common stocks to
their portfolios, particularly since
1950 when New York state per permitted
mitted permitted this type of invement
the extent of 35 percent of pen pension
sion pension funds.
Regular pension funds present presently
ly presently have assets of around 24 bil billion
lion billion dollars and cover 19 million
individuals. They are growing at
a rate of one million individuals
a year.
If a strong demand should de develop
velop develop for the variable annuities
they will 'compete with 'mutual
funds whose assets now aggre aggregate
gate aggregate around 15 billion dollars of
which a large percentage is in
common stocks, and they will
compete to some extent with life
insurance.
Life insurance eompanies also
are investors in common 'stocks
to a small ercentag 1of pheir
assets.
Itwould appear that common
stocks might develop shortages
with all this investing going on
in them. It is costing corpora corporations
tions corporations more and more in interest
coupons on bonds for financing.
They may turn to stocks.
When a corporation floats stock
to raise money for expansion and
rehabilitation of plant, it must
pay taxes on the dividends it
pays on stocks.
When it finances through bonds,
the interest it pays on bonds is
Richardson Talks
On Stock Exchange
Procedure Tonight
A discussion of the New York
Stock Exchangeits organization
and procedures is on the agenda
at the weekly USO-JIVB Investment
Clinic tonight.
Under 'the direction of C. T.
Richardson, Jr., this group meets
each Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa and has proved so popular
that any additional participation
cannot be accepted.
All registered -participants are
urged to attend this week's session.
that Germany might be at war
with Russia by spring.
Behind the facade of solidarity,
the diplomatic papers show, Ger German
man German and Russian officials deeply
distrusted each other.
Alexander Kirk, U. S. charge
d'affaires in Berlin, reported on
Jan. 31, 1940, that Hitler secretly
had advised German newspaper
editors not to go overboard in re reporting
porting reporting close German-Soviet rela relations.
tions. relations. They were urged to keep
in mind the possibility of "a re reorientation
orientation reorientation of present German pol policy."
icy." policy." A few days later, Ambassador
Steinhardt wrote of German com complaints
plaints complaints in Moscow that the So Soviets
viets Soviets were difficult to deal with
and that their promises "are no notoriously
toriously notoriously short of their perfor performance."
mance." performance." The dispatches show that Ger.
many feared Russia would en encourage
courage encourage Britain to continue the
war against the Nazis and that
Berlin was considering going to
Finland's aid if the Soviet Union
renewed its war against the Scan Scandanavian
danavian Scandanavian country.
Ambassador Steinhardt said on
Nov. 15, 1940, that Moscow
leaders had been told that British
air raids were destroying German
laustry, that German vicbry
chances were dimming and the
only country that would "really
win the war" was Russia.

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tax exempt.
, Hence with the corporation tam
at 52 percent of net profits, the
government pays more than kali
the interest.
But as the cost of bond finans finansingnterest
ingnterest finansingnterest tostrises, a point
is reached where it is profitable
to float stocks. This situation is
fast approaching.
When new stock Issues enter
the market, they naturally com-t
pete with other existing issues,
and hence there might be a price
leavening process. --t,
,
This whole process of building
up for old age is getting to be
pretty complicated. It involve,
,not only decisions of whether IS!
invest in common stocks, mutual'
funds, variable or regular annul.
ties or in bonds.
There also is the pcoblem fil
Jlow much life insirrance to buy
because the sum which is paid to
the beneficiary is fixed in ths poi-4
icy, it is subject to erosion or in4
nation. Some financial experts
are recommending changes Is lb.,
surance investment.
Things are getting to at point
where the average man may
have to seek invesment COUnliel
to provide for the period nor
age 65.
Todays Opem.ng
STOCK PRICES
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.
NEW YORK, June 29 (UPI) ..'i
Stocks opened firm today la mod
erate trading.
i
ACF Ind 50 I
Advocate Ashistos 275b
Allegheny Corp. 11
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid 58
Amer Motors 43
Amer Tel and 'Pei 7914
Anaconda Copper 62
Arkansas Fuel 113b
AVCO Mfg 1514
Beth Steel 55
Bellinger Corp 11b
Bicroll Uranium 58b
British Pet 1 15-19
Burroughs 8514
Canadian Eagle ----..,
Celanese 3814
Cerro de Pasco 2914
Chicago Great West 4114b
Chrysler 6914
Cities Service 5114
Coastal Carib. 0-...01
Colgate Palm:Ave 11,---0
Colorado Fuel le
,Creole Pet 48
fCzown,Cark and beat 2234
Cuban Venezuelan 04 7-11
Du Pont 140
El PasoNatural Cas 22;4
Fairchild Engine 7
Fargo Oil $ 5-19
Felmont Pet gig
General Dynamiee 55
General Electrie 111b 111bGeneral
General 111bGeneral Motors 5114
General Plywood 23
Gulf Oil 109
Harsco Sleet 32b
Hayden Newport 1914
Howe Sound 20
Imperial Oil 4214
Intl Pet 23b
Montrose Chem '1434b
New Eng 'rel and Tst 177
Northrop Air 39
Olin Mathieson 3314
Pancoastal 3
,
Pan Israel 5-16
Phillips Pet 4614
Pure Oil 41
RCA 6514
Reynolds Metal 103
Royal Dutch Shell 42
San Jacinto El.m.,
Servo Corp 30
Shell Transp 18
sSiingeniaalirOoililand Gas Mg"
Socony Mobile 44
, Sperry Rand 2514
Standard Oil NJ 507s
Sterling Precision 37s
Studebaker-Packard 11710
Superior Oil 1800
Texas Gulf Prods 35
Textron 25141
Underwood 2512b
United Canso OR 1 9-16
US Rubber ., 621
US Steel 9914
Westinghouse Elee 91b ',,
Wheeling Steel et
LLOYD 600
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REAL AND REELIn a remarkable make-up job, John
Russell (right), better known as the star of the "Lawman"
TV series, was transformed into the famed Sioux warrior, Chief
Gall, for his starring role with Clint Walker in Warner Bros.
"Yellowstone Kelly." ge poses with a real Indian chief, Chief
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MONEY FOR THE MODELSThe famed House of Conover
modeling agency in New York City is involved in a court fight.
Models Carol Michaels, left, and Betty (Lorna) Gil lam, right,
claim some of their fees have not been paid. In court owner
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NEW YORK (LTDSteel wage
negotiatiotls were resumed yester yesterday
day yesterday withoo.t the pressure of an im immediate
mediate immediate strike threat. Quick agree
ment was reached to put the talks
on a tacpped-ut schedule.
The bargaining got undenvay
again p more relaxed atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere following President Eisen Eisenh
h Eisenh 0 We r'p personal intervention,
which brought a two week
extension of a strike deadline
from midnight Tuesday until mid midnight
night midnight June 14.
The two top-level four-man ne negotiatIrie
gotiatIrie negotiatIrie teams met fnr 75 min minutes
utes minutes and recessed until Wednes Wednesdav
dav Wednesdav mooing to allow time to
take care of technical details in'
connection iiith the extension of
'Weather Or Not'
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!! union contracts with the 12 ma major
jor major steel companies and "to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate simitai extensions with
some 70 additional steel com com.
. com. names not represented in these
! negotiations.' a joint industry-union
statement said.
"The conferences will resume
then on a stepped up schedule
v-ith botn morning and afternoon
meetings scheduled for each day
until further notice," the state statement
ment statement said.
David J. M(Donald. president
! of the United Steelworkers union,
announced the union's 33-member
executive board was to meet at 10
a.m. today. The meeting was
to be followed with a session of
I the union s full 171-man wage pol policy
icy policy committee.
Sunday's negotiating meeting
! began at 2:05 p.m. at the Rome Rome'
' Rome' velt Hotel. McDonaid greeted the
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, industry representatives cordially
and made a point of shaking
hands first with R. Conrad Cooper
1 executive vice president of U. S.
Steel and chief of the companies'
negotiators. and then with the
! three other team members.
The liscussions were broken off
Friday when McDonald said he
would not meet further with Coop Cooper's
er's Cooper's team because of its "fili "filibustering"
bustering" "filibustering" tactics. He asked to
bargain with tne 12 major steel
companies separately, which the!
industry refused.
At that time McDonald stated
that thOre was "nothing on the
bargaining table."
For eight weeks both sides had
adherea to adamant positions. The
industry stood by its offer of a
one-year Extension of the present
contracts with no increase in
pay or benefits for the workers. 1
McDonald insisted on a "substan- I
tial" increase in wages and other
fringe i ems.
But as late as last Wednesday
he put forth what he termed a
"realistic" and "non-inflationary"
proposal. Industry's team, how however,
ever, however, rejected this proposal and
negotiations ran into a itleadlock.
After McDonald failed in an at attempt
tempt attempt to set up separate meetings
with the chief executives of the
12 major steel companies. the
negotiations had bogged down to
the point where it seemed that a
strike a few days hence was in inevitable.
evitable. inevitable. Attempts at that point to ar arrange
range arrange an extension of negotiations
beyond the strike deadline with without
out without a walkout reached an impasse
when McDonald insisted that any
benefits won during such negotia negotiations
tions negotiations should be retroactive to the
original strike date. Industry re refused
fused refused this demand.
Then Saturday President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower appealed to union and man management
agement management to "bargain without in interruption
terruption interruption of production" until a
new contract was agreed upon.
McDonald dropped his demand
for retroactivit7 in bowing to Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's plea and agreed to con conduct
duct conduct the talks unconditionally with without
out without a strike for two weeks, thus
extending industry contracts,
which were to expire to expire
at midnight June 30.
Two weeks McDonald said,
would give ample time to con conclude
clude conclude new collective bargaining
agreements "in good faith negotia negotiations."
tions." negotiations." Management subsequently an announced
nounced announced it was willing and glad
to go along with the extension ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. This situatior brought the two!
bargaining teams back to the con-1
ference table Sunday afternoon.
They have been in negotiations off
and on since May 5.
In Washington. Sen. Stuart Sy Symington
mington Symington fD-Me ) renewed his sug suggestion
gestion suggestion that President Eisenhower
call a "domestic summit confer conference"
ence" conference" with union and manage management
ment management officials to try to work out
a steel agreement.
Symington brought up the pro proposal
posal proposal in a television interview
which was filmed for New York
'stations before the two-week
strike deadline extension was won
by President Eisenhower. The
President had rejected the idea
previously. however. and there
was little likelihood that he would
view it any more favorably now.
Flack ;ifs Par Pills
Should Protect Kids
From Plastic Bans
TAMPA, Fla. (UP1)--The pro problem
blem problem of death causing plastic
bags should he solved with ease
by the plastic industry, a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the National Dry Cleaning
Inoitoto said today.
Bill Browne, the organization's
director of public relations, ad admitted
mitted admitted the controversial bags had
given him his biggest headache.
But he said they should not be
banned.
Instead, Browne said the Plastic
industry should be given the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to solve the problem.
De said a stiffer material might
be used or the bags could be per perforated
forated perforated with small holes to pre prevent
vent prevent death by suffociation
Browne, speaking to the Florida
Institute of Laundering and
Cleaning. said people still want
the plastic bags "even if they are
dangerous."
Be said 42 of the 64 Plastic bag
deaths since the first of the year
Involv d children under six
mon.lbs old and suggested hat
parents keep the bags out of
reach of infants.

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Pacific Side Fourth Of July
Fun includes Parade, Picnic

The Pacific district of the Amer Amer,
, Amer, ican Legion will hold its traditional
'celebration of Independence Day
Saturday in conjunction with
many other veterans' and fraternal
organizations.
A huge parade in Balboa begin beginning
ning beginning at 11 a.m. will get festivities
off to a start, beginning at Johnson
Place, proceeding down Barnaby
Place to Balboa Road, turning
right to the Clubhouse, passing the
reviewing stand in that area and
returning to the starting point via
the Prado.
Participating will be the 79th Ar Army
my Army Band and an all-service color
guard. Other organizations march marching
ing marching with the Legion will be the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled
American Veterans, Fleet Reserve
Association, Boy and Girl Scouts,
Knights of Columbus, Shriners,
Lions Club and many others.
Among the military and civil civillen
len civillen personnel on the reviewing
stand will be 82-year-old Charles
S. Williams, one of the few re remaining
maining remaining Isthmian veterans of the
Spanish-American War.
Immediately after the parade,
the community is invited to the
Israeli Politicos
Irked By Arms Deal
With West Germany
JERUSALEM. Israel (UPI)
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
,threatened today to resign if
,his coalition partx-rs refuse to
vote support for an arms deal
with West Germany.
Ben-Gurion made the threat at
a stormy cabinet session on the
'eve of a vote of confidence de debate
bate debate in the Knesset (narliament)
'On Israel's deal to sell West Ger Ger,many
,many Ger,many 250,000 Israeli-made gre greInade
Inade greInade throwers.
The deal split the nation and
Ben-Gurion's three-party coalition
of his own Mapai party, the lett letting
ing letting Ahdut Avoda and the
Mapam Party.
National religious organizations
and the opposition Herut Party
clamored that the deal offends
Jewish conscience, recalling the
massacre of Jews by Nazi Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Ben-Gurion. staunchly insisting
that the deal and others like it
with the 'Bonn government are es essential
sential essential to Israel's economy, told
his own party he would rather
retire to his Negev retrea' if his
coalition partners failed to sup support
port support him in the Knesset.
Ben-Gurion's Mapai has a ma majority
jority majority in the cabinet, but control's
only one third nt the Knesset
seats. Down for hearing
are R COMMtlnigt noentiridenee
motion and a lierut motion for
debate.
Ben-Gurion charged that the
two Ahdut ministers did not ()p ()pomp
omp ()pomp the deal when it came be before
fore before the cabinet last December.
But Wilt said the party execu executive
tive executive opposed the deal and voted
against it in the Knesset Security
Committee as soon att they be became
came became aware of it.
They said only secrecy rules
prevented them from speaking
out, hut felt they now wern free
to critici7e following publication
of the dcal in German newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, Der Spieeel
WEATHER AIDS NUDISTS
LONDOV 111)--flot summer
weather yesterday boomed t h e
British nudist mn' business.
Charles Mar Aside, 74-year old
dean of Brilkh nudist eaMOPad eaMOPaders.
ers. eaMOPaders. said So0 to gtto nersons !lave
heen showinr his ftertnr,l ftertnr,lshire
shire ftertnr,lshire camp on re4n1 Sundsys. U Usually
sually Usually only ,t)(iiit 300 nudistC ain ainpear,
pear, ainpear, he said.
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American Legion Post No. 1 club clubhouse
house clubhouse at Fort Amador to continue
the celebrations. Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe will be introduced by mas master
ter master of ceremonies Dan Pagenta of
the Legion Post, and will speak on
the Declaration of Independence
and its meaning to young Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. Following these services, an ex extensive
tensive extensive series of recreational activ activities
ities activities has been planned. A family
picnic lunch with beverages will be
served for a nominal fee. Edward
Coyle, American Legion institu institutional
tional institutional representative to the scout scouting
ing scouting program, will supervise Boy
Scout-directed games on the front
lawn. Free movies will be shown
on the first floor of the club, cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of W. Lewis Simpson, local
manager of MGM films and an ac active
tive active Legionnaire.
Salvation Army's
Rio Alm lo Hall
Kickoff Wednesday
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
a special dedication service is
slated to take place at lith Street
off Via Esparla in Rio Abajo. Out Outgoing
going Outgoing Sectional officer Maj. J.
Sundberg and the Incoming Sec Sectional
tional Sectional officer Senior.Capt. E. Roos,
as well as all Salvation Army offi officers,
cers, officers, workers and members in the
Canal Zone and in the Republic of
Panama as well as members will
ther at the Salvation Army lot
purchased some two years ago in
Rio Abajo to dedicate the site for
future operation of Corps work.
A large concrete hall as well as
officer's quarters next to it will be
constructed beginning next week.
The apparent low bidder for the
oject is Chain Singh, who is
ready to start the day following the
dedication ceremony.
The project is expected to be
ready to start the day following the
dedication ceremony.
The project is expected to be
ready the first part of October dur during
ing during which month the National Com Commneder
mneder Commneder of the Salvation Army in
the United States is slated to be
present for a great opening event
of the Salvation Army's work in
Rio Abajo.
He is Commissioner Norman S.
Marshall from New York. He will
be returning from South America
where he will represent the Inter International
national International Leader Gen. W. Kitching
in conducting annual congresses at
Santiago, Chile, and Buenos Aires.

Loyal Forces Get Paratroop Assist,
Smash Bolivian Oil Town Uprising

LA PAZ, Bolivia (UPI) Loyal'
troops backed up by airborne re-1
inforcements have smashed a one oneday
day oneday rebellion in the rich oil city
of Santa Cruz, the government
said at the weekend. 1
A government radio broadcast!
from the southeastern oil center'
said revolt leaders had fled and.
order prevailed. There were no
reports of further fighting.
The government had indicat
ed that the r e bel s, ailed- I
ly led by Jose Gil Re y e s of I
the Santa Cruz Youth Movement,'
had seized control of much of ;
downtown Santa Cruz and were,
cruising the streets. But govern.'
ment forces held the vital airport.:
The rebels struck with an "arm.I
ed attack" on the federal police
barracks in the city Friday. One',
policeman was killeij and two,
wounded in the firefight.
Geti. J. Vargas Tapia, con.

Experts

No Factor in New York Rape Cas:

NEW YORK, June 29 (UPI)--Did "revenge for Tallahassee" have anything to do
year.old white girl by a band of Negro teen.agers in a New York schoolyard?
No, say some New York authorities who have investigated the case. Not likley,
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sociologist.
Racial tension? Not an issue, the investigators and families of the children say.
Background and living conditions of the teenagers? A factor, the experts state, yet
Why then, did the six boysranging in age from 14 to 17seize the girl, drag
side stair landing, knock her down and two of them sexually assault her?

Louisiana's Officially-Sane
Gov. Long Looks Over His Farm

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WINNFIELD, La. June 29
(UPI) Gov. Earl K. Long got
out of bed at 6 a.m. yesterday
with the approval of his psychia psychiatrist
trist psychiatrist and walked across his farm
to where a Negro plowhand was
urging a mule on with shouts of
"Git up, Lucky Git up"
The 63-year-old governor, who
freed himself from a state men mental
tal mental hospital Friday with his exe executive
cutive executive powers, watched the Negro
and his mule prepare the field for
planting.
"Governor Long rested better
Saturday night than he has in
days," said Dr. Paul Pratt, the
psychiatrist who is staying with
Long in his tin-roofed country
home.
"He Is very cooperative. Hs
had orange juice and toast for
breakfast and thought about
going to church, but decided it
might upset him, and I agreed."
Dr. Pratt admitted that he and
the governor had "disagreed on
lots of things."
Although he did not say what
they were, one thing could have
been the circuitous route the
The
Judge's Bench
Two PanaMa nian s, one a
young woman, with lengthy pre previous
vious previous records in police court,
were sent to jail today for pe periods
riods periods of 30 days.
Everardo G. Chen, 32, wos
convicted of loitering for the
fourth Utile this year. Each of offense
fense offense occurred in Ancon. Maria
del Valle, 22, with a record of
12 convictions at Cristobal Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court, was foand guilty
today of loitering without pro proper
per proper business in the Canal Zone.
A Panamanian woman, Ivy
Viola Simmons, 44, was found
guilty of trespassing at the
Gamboa Commissary and fined
$10.
John H. Powell, 49, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was assesed $15 for doing
60 in a 40 inph zone of Gaillard
Highway.
Ladrick M. Wilkie, 40, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined 615 after
he was found guilty of driving
an Army truck too closely be behind
hind behind another vehicle, contribut contributing
ing contributing to a three-way pile up on
the Gaillard Highwayq. No one
was Injured in the accident, but
all three vehicles sustained
some damage.
British Discover
Cheaper Method
To Make A-Bombs
LONDON (UPI)---British scien scientists
tists scientists have discovered a cheaper
way of producing atomic explo explosives
sives explosives which will save Britain
$280,000,000 a year, the Sunday
Dispatch reported.
The newspaper story said scien scientists
tists scientists working with nuclear bomb
chief Sir William Penney have
discovered a chrap method of
producing plutonium, a key fis fissionable
sionable fissionable element in nuclear weap weapons
ons weapons production.
Britain will supply plutonium to
the United States under a recently-concluded
agreement.

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Loyal!mander-in-chief of the Army, and
le re-1 Gen. Javier Cerruto, commander
a one- of the Air Force, directed govern governI
I governI city ment operations at the scene.
iment 'Santa Cruz is one of Bolivia's
!largest cities and has been a
idcast'ehronic seat of unrest against the
!enter regime of President Herman Siles.
and Although political observers in
'e nO La Paz said the motives of the
rebels were not clear, there have
been recent complaints that the
dicat I government has been neglecting
ailed- I the economic problems of the city.
s of The government charged that
ment,' the "oligarchy" was behind the
h of uprising. This is the word used
were. by Sites to describe the tin mining
wern-!interests who ran the country tin.
molt til his National Revolutionary
'arm-I Movement roPe to power in 1952
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police and nationalized the mines.
One', Interior Minister Walter Gue Guetwo
two Guetwo vara said the government was
I trying to stmoress the rebels withcom-
lout major bloodshed.

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governor took Saturday be between
tween between Covington, La., where he
had set up a temporary state
capital in a motel, and Winn Winnfield.
field. Winnfield. It took him about 11 hours to
travel the 200 miles in his black
air-conditioned Cadillac.
State Police Capt. Douglas Dur Durrett,
rett, Durrett, who drove the car, refused
to say what points Long visited
between Covington and Winnfield,
which is in north Louisiana.
Part of his journey took him
through south west Mississippi.
Dr. Pratt said Long will return
to Covington this afternoon and
that the governor will return to
his office in the capitol in Baton
Rouge on Friday.
The last time Long saw the
capitol was May 28.
His wife, Blanche, alarmed
by a tirade before the legislat legislature,
ure, legislature, and other actions, had
him put under beavy sedation
the following day and on May
30 had him flown to John Sealy
Hospital in Galveston, Tex.
He managed to get out of John
Sealy on June 18 by promising to
seek mental treatment in Ochsner
Foundation Clinic in New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. Ile staved less than 24 hours be before
fore before bolting out of the hospital and
rushing off to Baton Rouge in an
attempt to take over the state gov government.
ernment. government. But Long got no further than
the East Baton Rouge Parish
(county) Courthouse where two
doctors examined him in the back
seat of his car, agreed that he
needed mental treatment, and
rushed him off to a state mental
institution near Covington.
He got out of that hospital Fri Friday
day Friday by firing the superintendent
of the hospital and the director
of state hospitals and replacing
them with men who agreed
with him that he is sane.
But Long voluntarily retained
three of the top psychiatrists in
the state to treat him and they
permitted Long to leave Covington
for a weekend on his farm in Winn Winnfield.
field. Winnfield. Dr. Pratt and a blonde nurse
who called herself "Miss Jett"
stay with Long constantly.
Miss Jett was out of regular un uniform
iform uniform yesterday and was wearing
turquoise pedal-pushers and a
tan blouse.
After seeing how the plowing
and planting was getting along.
T,ong sat down on the screened
back porch of his frame home and
let the south breeze cool him.
Hawaii On Verne
Of Beino 50111 Star
In American Flag
HONOLULU (UPI) Hawaii
today s:ood on the verge of
statehood, having proved to the
world in a Congress-ordered pleb plebiscite
iscite plebiscite that its inhabitants wanted
to become the 50th state.
The vote in Saturday's election
was an overwhelming 18 to 1 in
favor of the statehood the islands
have been seeking for more than
50 years.
Nearly complete returns on the
statehood question showed a yes
vote of 121,567 with only 7,313 votes
cast against addiog star number
50 of the American flag.
In combination with the plebis plebiscite,
cite, plebiscite, islanders also made it a pri
mary election to name the candi candidates
dates candidates to run for Congress and
state offices in the general elec election
tion election of July 28. Within 30 days
after that election President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower will name the date for
admission of Hawaii into the
ionprobably sometime in Octo October.
ber. October. Democratic candidates for most
federal and state offices showed
surprising strength in the Pri Primary
mary Primary vote for statewide nomina nominations.
tions. nominations. The vote indicated that Republi Republicans
cans Republicans will have to fight hard if
they want to maintain minority in interests
terests interests in the new state at the
general election a month later.
In the prim ar y Republicans
were unopnosed in all principal
jobs, and Democratic races came
out just about as predicted al although
though although some winners' margins
were greater and others smaller
thau anticipated.

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Raciai Tension:

At a magistrate's hearing this
week to determine whether the
case should be sent to the grand
jury for possible indictments, a
fraternization factor was brought
out by the defense when it was
testified that a few days before
the assault, the girlwhose name
authorities are withholding was
kissed and hugged by the 16-yearold,
Jacob Bethea, whom she
identified as the leader of the at attackers.
tackers. attackers. In response to a question from
the bench she said she "must
have" kissed Bethea back. She
also testified that on that occa occa1
1 occa1 sion she had promised him inti intiI
I intiI macies later on, but she said this
was just to put him off that night
and that she didn't mean it.
The factors were not the same
as in the Tallahassee case where
Jour young white men raped a
Negro coed. were tried and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to life imprisonment. But
the Tallahassee case nevertheless
Anatle its influence felt in the
hearing room.
The sch,00l the white girl at attends,
tends, attends, and was attacked in. is iti
a neighborhood where people are
neither terribly rich nor terribly
Poor. It's a mixed neighborhood.
The school population is 9 per
cent Negro. 54.4 per cent Puerto
Rican, and 36.6 per cent white.
Three of the alleged attackers
once went to school there and
now attend an automotive trade
school from which they have
been suspended. A fourth Is a
messenger.
The school isn't considered a
problem school. The neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood isn't considered having more
than a normail number of broken
homes and wayward youngsters.
If it did, the school would have
been put on a list of 200 problem
schools, said George Lent of the
Department of Education.
There is a night recreation pro program
gram program at the school for adults and
childre n. But the schoolyard,
strictly speaking, Is an extension
of the street and anyone can get
in. The gates are not locked at
night between March 15 and Dec.
1.
Police, discounting racial ten tension
sion tension in the case, said the boys'
parents were "shocked and dis disheartened"
heartened" disheartened" by the crime and have
cooperated fully with the author authorities.
ities. authorities. The boys live in modest apart apartments
ments apartments or in parts .of big houses
that have been made into apart apartments.
ments. apartments. In some of the families,
both parents work.
The g;r1 lives in a modest one onefamily
family onefamily dwtIling that has -a Small
yard, a luxury in the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Her parents are "sick and
hysterical" over- the incident.
"They are Italian and don't un-,
derstand our courts; they wantl
justice," Detective Matthew Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham said,
The Tallahassee coed rape case
got into the official court record
when the lawyers argued for the
exclusion of reporters from the
hearing.
Attorney Bernard Fintz, defend defending
ing defending John Rich, 16, said one New
York paper, in an editorial, al already
ready already has called this a "Talla "Tallahassee
hassee "Tallahassee case" in reverse. The
other boys in court were Henry
Stokes, 16, Bethea, and Edward
Jacobs, 17. The two younger boys
were not named.
A sociologist, Dr. David Abra Abrahamsen,
hamsen, Abrahamsen, was asked about the pos possibility
sibility possibility that the Tallahassee affair
had given the boy ideas.
At an unconscious level. he
said, it could have been one of
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would act out of revenge, &Mg
to a white girl what white gas
did to a Negro girl.
There are many, arty other,
factors in mass sexual WOW,
said Dr. Abrahamsen. He is .pro---
fessor at the New School for ...S0-4
cial Research nd a consultant
for the New York State Biebtar,
Hygiene Depatment. In eases:
such as this, he said, boys Mot
go after a girl in an impulst:lo:
act out frustrations. 141,4
Such acting- out, be said, usuai-4
ly is symptomatic of psyphol
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up.
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Normal children, accordintatti
Dr. Abrahamsen, find other ',out:
letsIike recreation, track, bti
ball, football.
"But sometimes," he said, Plit
body is stronger than the
and the mind gives in toll
body's drive. It's a terrible thitg:
sex crimes. If these people can't
release their emotions in a Ifori
mal way they do it in an llud
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"Gang sex may he a part of
this. The boys compete to "tell
which one is best. Usually. ,it's
a sign that they're not comple14131
grown up at the sexual levelv,1
The NAACP said, through Rgni
ry Lee Moon, director of putditt
relations:
"Theqe boys are entitled tA,-4
fair Irial just as were the We
hassee boys. We anticipate
a trial in New York City-.
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groes who commit crimes -and
whites who commit crimes; that
there are white victims and that
there are Negro victim. Our cog,
cern i for equal telt. play."--
.He said the NAACP, et.:this
time, has sno intention ot -geittust
into the case.
Red Paper Charg!S
US Senators Arel:
Fanning Cold War
MOSCOW (UPI) The &Met
Army newspaper "Red ,Stae't
changed yesterday American:tom
gressmen with "fanning ,the
flames of the cold war and ria
oning international relations.1---
The paper was commenting' on
the recent public sessions hi
Washington of the sub-committee
of the Joint' Committee on Atomie
Energy.
"Red Star" said congressmen
decided to shock Americans with
the fantastic picture of a MISS
atomic attack against the US,
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