The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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::APANAKA OFFICE; rod. 2-0975. COLON 779

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00led ROord; Report SOi,,

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Vhe Canal's capacity was tap-
ped 'for its 'full Potential last406 Stranded Passengers-J
Wednesday Insofar as the &Ven &Venable
able &Venable plant is considered. accord-
Ing to alormal report made bY L ;
Capt. ,W.; C,Hughes. Jr.. Marine' eave Isthmus; More Soon
Director,- expressing praise to
operating ,personnel for a job
wen' done. ''
--
Loot Wecineeday. 38 ocean-go- -
All but 14 of 420 passengers
tug commercial Vessels made a
full transit. 'This was the larg- Rains Restore stranded here when an Italian
est 4iumber of vessels in this maritime strike stuck two Ital Italcategory
category Italcategory to make the Canal Sagging Level Ian flag liners at Cristobal early
transit in,one 'day since October this month have now been sent,
20.i 1934,'' when there were also to their destinations via other
38,ships of more than 300 tons
passing through the Canal. Of Gatun Lake carriers.
The remaining 14 are ex ex....
.... ex....

,
th Marine Director's re re'
' re' port Os showed that the 38
thins' last Wednesday includ included'
ed' included' five Clean-rut vessels, three
of theni marked for daylight
clear-cut transit.
On that day both lanes of Gal
ttni:' Locks were in full use for
24' hours and six crews were
used: The -Pacific 'Locks em employed
ployed employed eight trews and four
howl overtime was authorized.
The actual' results as com compared
pared compared 'to the Canal's calculated
Jos eCarbonel Peres, 52, a nat natlockage
lockage natlockage capacity was eaual to
the capacity calculated in the
short range study fpr existinz
facilities.

-1)11Canal ()Wilmer
Clarence Kiefer
Diesin:California., 2
,
News has 'been:received of the
death, of, Clarence E. Kiefer, Canal
ZOne, oldtimer which occurred
June II In'ioas 'Adige lea, California,
folloWitita Ildet Anew He.was-.64
yatreold,,v4,1tv ,.,,, --'-k- :;:xi, Id ., 4 el
,,,, ,-rtentr"Stintii104it be-wss rtnt:
liloyett:by the Titialtdiftinal,-Tni
, ig 4 viachinist V," in tlite flalboa
Mori,- end later es, a marine engi engineer
neer engineer with' the Dredging Division'.
Ile and ?di family were among
thellist, residents of' Gamboa when
It was established in 1937.
Since file retirement from Canal
Eline,service be has made Ns home
0,2200 Torntnee tOulevard, in Tanta-nee,
Cal., witlt his wife, Edith,
and daughter, Barbara.
,
',MI active in the Masonic Or Order,
der, Order, he wee awarded the honorary
degree of Knight Commander of
the Court of Honor by the Panama
Canal Consistory ,manyyears ago.
Ile wao also active in The Shriners.
Veterans of World War, I, National
Order of-Trench Rats, and Disa Disabled
bled Disabled Ainerican Veterans.
, ,
Masonic funeral services were
beld June 20 at Mottell's and Perk
Chapel in Long,Beack, Cal,: Inter Interted.
ted. Interted. servides,, with full', mllitarY
onors, were held June 23 at' Fort
osecrans National Cemetery,' at
Point Loma, in San Diego.
In addition to his wife and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, he la survived by a' sister, Mrs.
Alice Garner of Mt. Sterling, M.
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One of Mt newer 1.'organopbos
borous insecticides called Maio.
hien ir being used by the Canal
one Health Bureau in On attempt
0 combat th Otedes taentorhyn taentorhynhos;
hos; taentorhynhos; the vicious salt marsh mos mostittoes
tittoes mostittoes which have been 'invading
amtl Zona Communities on both
s7drs,ot the Istinnus. -.,v :.,,, .,.;
The Health Buresu has annolr.C annolr.Ced
ed annolr.Ced that the Insecticide Is being used
in I dosage as hesvy as safety will
pArmit in, the foggtnq machine;
which are tow passing through
each Canal Zone townsite on a
Rightly basit.1, , ,..
Bocauso of light or intormittont
rains, the invasion of this hard hardbiting
biting hardbiting ,, mosquitoes is more pro.
losgod lhatt, lotus! ', this year,
Health Bursae, authoritios have
tato& ', ,7
The Mosquitoes Which tan and
do 'fly up to 25 miles, otherge in
vast number tram distant awamPil
turned into.stagnant lagotml by the
first rains ef tha season. If heavy
rains occur, these stagnant lagoons
sre ...flushed 'out ,bitt if tiling art
' light,,,:is they have been se far this
year, the mosquitoes may continue
to breed. ,,' Effective ,, coats:11'1, In
these distant swamp -area it dm dmI
I dmI possible from both a financial and
' physical standpoint..., l'..- .'t ..,1,',,
The listdth Bureau his further
InnounCed that intensive' efforts
ire being made to prevent the mos mosguitoet,,'
guitoet,,' mosguitoet,,' from establishing them themgelves
gelves themgelves Ja. local ,,,nearby : breeding
areas. t ',, 4,'...' ,;-: ,.,t, 1. k
Canal Zois residents sta advised
to use' protactiVe Screening to the
fullest extent; ilteep windows luta
leree0 door' closed, and make el.
sctivo use of aerosol bombs and
otsett repellents,
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Fowl. 66 lbs:bagtaki

Heavy weekend rains brought
the level of Gatun Lake from a
low point of 82.85 feet to 82.96
feet by yesterday morning.
,The level of the lake dropped to
a nen, lotv for the Year over the
past week because of the largo
number of fillips making the Ca
nal tran and several days of
light or ntermittent rains in the
Gatun eke watershed area.
lie ship making a complete
trans! uses 160 acre feet (140
, acres, no foot deep) or 712 mil.
lion cubic feet of water.
Gatun Lake levels have been
much lower in past years. The
all.time low of 81.39 feet was
reached in both 1926 and 1933. A
low of 81.78 feet also was record.
ed July 20, 1957.

Souvenirs 01 Early
Canal Days Added
To' CI Library
Several souvenirs Of the early
Canal days were added recently to
the collection at the Canal Zone Library-Museum:
,Alt are 'zifts,from
oldtimekrisid'itit4t1
tit et thelterie le eli ixewtott-1
ally beautiful piect of Eastr Indian
textile. Thig was sent to the Library-Musium
bYL Mres, Daniel
Wright,whose husband was bead of
the Municipal Engineering Divi Division,
sion, Division, -, In en accompanying lefter,
she laid that, the fabric was the
gift of tore !of bee husband's em emplOyesale'appettred
plOyesale'appettred emplOyesale'appettred at the Wright
homeein full ceremonial dress to
make tbe presentation.
trother gift is ar ,inusual ink inkwell
well inkwell presented by Paul M. Tebbs,
of harrisburg, Pennsvivarna. The
bi-fe.is made, he said. from one of
the original ties if the Panama
Railroad while th ink container is
a brass oil cun from one of the
Railroad's Belgian 'ocimotiveq
7he third donation wal a collec collection
tion collection of correspon 'eve from John
R. Bingaman. ons of the first (if
the ,Canal organization's ,emnloYes
to Midis the waterway. He and J.
Wendell Greene swam the Canal in
installments in 1914., Since both
were working, they were able to
swim only on Sundays. It took them
seven weeks.
The correspondence includes let letters
ters letters from Col. George W. Goethals
and Secretary of War tindley Gar Garrison
rison Garrison giving permission to the two
Zonians for the Panama Canal

Cam Trip Brings
Death By Drowning
To Darien Farmer

The body of a 86-year old
Panamanian man reported miss missing
ing missing since Sunday wu found to toda
da toda iti the ship channel near
the-' Canal West Bank about
four miles north of 'Gamboa.
Discovery wu made by Dredg Dredging'
ing' Dredging' DIVISIOn employes while en
route to a work station by
lanch.
The body is that of "Ham"
Hubert Davis,' who occupied a
land-leasC,In the Parien area
of the Canal Zone.'
Davis spent Saturday night
Itlith his :son.", 'Herlington G.
Davis, a, Paraisa commissary
employe. visiting in the home
of Thomai Taylor at Gamboa.
' ; Early Sunday ,r morning the
elder Davis, set out bir Ovum
for his home,' a distance of a about
bout about five 'miles from .the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa landing..Herlington Davis
also set 'out for hth father's
home, but by train. At one
point along the trio he was a able
ble able ,to see ". his father maldno
has way. slowly by tayuco.
7 When his father had not ar arrived
rived arrived by midday, PSVIS set out
hi search With a borrowed ca cayuco.,
yuco., cayuco., lie'; found his father's
empty boat with all gear intact
but no sign of the man.
Police were ,notified, and be began
gan began a search of both banks of
the Oanal in,' the Clarnboa area.
But no sign of the bdoy was
found intil this' morning's dis discovery.
covery. discovery. 'Death is presumed. due to
drowning. btit an '..atitbPsY hu
been ordered.

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- AN INDEPENDENT nts ,vp...4 DAILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the pe. Ot;le Mime the truth ant! the wintry' is safe" -- Abraham Lincoln

All but 14 of 420 passengers.
stranded here when an Italian
maritime strike stuck two Ital ItalIan
Ian ItalIan flag liners at Cristobal early1
this month have, now bten se
to their destinations via other
carriers.
The remaining 14 ate ex expected
pected expected to leave by ship during
the next 48 hours, it was
learned today.
Both idled liners, the 10,000
ton Marco Polo and Antonlette
Usodimare, were idled hire by
June 10 when craws'struck the
vessels in sympathy with a na nationwide
tionwide nationwide Italian maritime de demand
mand demand for higher wages.
Operated by thr, Italian Line,
the two passenger ships regu regularly
larly regularly travel between southern
Italy and Santiago, Chile, with
seheduled intermediate stops.
The Marco Polo wag Chile Chilebound
bound Chilebound and her sister ship was
on her way to Italy when the
stoppage occurred..
Since the strike was called
more than 50 Italian-flag ves vessels
sels vessels have been halted at world
ports, including two crack lux luxury
ury luxury liners at New York.
All passenger seevire and
ships' maintainanee was eon..
tinued here, but with no ap apparent
parent apparent settlement. 16,,,.;sight..,
the line's officesAbere Wit;
began to arrange transfer pas passages
sages passages for those requesting
such transfer.
MOst passengers re -,-routed
here have continued their Jour Journeys
neys Journeys via commercial kir ettrT
tiers. 4,,

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"Satchmo" Armstrong, hia Olden
trumpet packed away in its case,
relaxed and rested today, recover recovering
ing recovering from a serious bout with pneu pneumonia.
monia. pneumonia. Apparently the danger was over
and all the world,faMous,inuician
has to do is take's long testi, nut
only to recover completely from
the virus pneumonia but also from
the general exhaustion brought on
by a series of ona-night stands.
An unhappy. and Eta somewhat
confusing sidellshrb:Oirmstronr
illness in tit mouniiin town td
Spoleto, Italy,' were I toles of
conflicting reportswhether be bad
a heart attack and whether he ever
was so close to ,death that he was
in a coma.
"These reports are" absurd,Dr.
Alexander Schiff, Armstringts per
sonal physician said. "rve said it
a hundred times:
"He suffered from virus pneumo pneumonia
nia pneumonia and did not have a heart attack."

Uncle Sam Ends,
Fiscal Year With
Record Deficit

WASHINGTOM. June 30(UPI)
Uncle $ain today winds up what
probably has been his most finan finandaily
daily finandaily trying business year in mod moderi
eri moderi times..
In the past 12 months the gov government
ernment government spent nearly 13 billion
dollars more than it collected in
tax revenues. That is the biggest
peacetime budget deficit on record.
It boosted the national debt to an
all-time high of 28.5 billion dollars
so high that President Eisenhower
has put debt reduction ahead of
cutting taxes.
The borrwing hccessary to cov cover
er cover 4he deficit and ray the govern government's
ment's government's bills has helped push the
trepsury into at &midi, corner. It
has told conrress that tt Duds per perMinden
Minden perMinden to Tahiti interest rates on
long-term bonds or it will be able
to sell only short-term securities,
which it considers potential infla inflation
tion inflation tinder.
Concerned overie threat et in inflation
flation inflation and the -issue of "fiscal te testoonsibilityin
stoonsibilityin testoonsibilityin the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration has been prodded by
the record deficit ,to 1 major- ef effort
fort effort to balaiice the budget dor fie fiecal
cal fiecal year 1960,i which !tarty tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. 4
Six months.ago thrchancel of a
blach-ink 'fiscal- MO melt, consid considered
ered considered slim. Today; they are thought
Final figures on budget revenues1
and expenditures for the pad 12
months will pot be, published for
several weeks.' .. 7

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AN INDEPENDENT grilt
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PANAMA, P.,. TEESDAT, MINE 30, 1959

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Florida Deputies Seize Three
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' liCtLYWOOD, Fla., June 30
(UPIY--Elheriff's deputies seized
three Men, a plane and an auto autoand,
and, autoand, Edward, and a sister. Una
fltabilv,, full of arms and am amMunition
Munition amMunition in a pre-dawn raid
today;
Joseph A.- Fortier. supervisinot
customs agent for the Miami
area, said the arrested men
were involved in an overall plot
to smuggle arms and men into
Cuba to overthrow the revolu revolutioriary
tioriary revolutioriary government of Fidel
Cott.

oban ExPrexy
Om,elled From
'School Post

HAVANA, June 30 (UPI) --
Ramn Grau San Martin, for former
mer former president of Cuba, was ex expelled
pelled expelled 'from his position as pro professor
fessor professor of physiology in the Ha Havana
vana Havana School of Medicine yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. A tribanal of two professors
and three students ousted Grau
mainly on the grounds he was
& candidate in the 1958 presi presidential
dential presidential elections held under the
regitne of ousted dictator Ful Fulgen,cio
gen,cio Fulgen,cio Batista.
Gran was president of Cuba
from 1944 to 1948.
Premier Fidel Castto return returned
ed returned from a long tour of the prov provinces
inces provinces yesterday during which he
expropriated the big ranches of
the Camaguey "cattle belt" and
ordered sstablishment of a num number
ber number of agricultural cooperatives.

hwasion Results

Shoin To ',newsmen
OitTrulillo Tour
,
CrUbAD TRUJILLO, (UPD
Oeneralluimo Rafael L. !Trujillo
hm indicated that his' troops,
assisted by machete-Wielding
peagants, still are searcbing .for
remnants of an invasion force
which 'landed in the
Rei.ublic earlier this month.
Ttujillo made the disclosure
wPilo4 personally conducting a
tont' ''!for.. two American news newsmen'
men' newsmen' to prore that the,attempt
tn overthrow Lis 'regime had
neen,.Snuff l out.'
' He ,showed what he s'aid were
reilea of a rebel landing attempt
on the northern coastlity. June
ig,..inclUding -,thotos of. sunken
invasionbarge, a gas ltity of'
burited,,:' ruested :Weapons
pUrportedly dirtied by:the rebels-;
ant the. 'corpse of rebel
field' leader rnrique Jimenez
Moya,
Trujillo wa,s auisted In the
demonstration by his son, Oen.
Rafaelf- TrUjillo, general staff
chiet

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One -of the men arrested was
identified as Carlos Manuel Za Zayas
yas Zayas Castro, 30; former editor of
La Libertad, a Santiago, Cuba,
newspaper. He gave a Miami
address.
- The Others were identified a4
Jose Carbonel Pereso 52, a nat natturalized
turalized natturalized Cuban-American, and
Robert J. Daunt, 38, the pilot
both of Miami.
Officers imponded two .55
caliber machineguns, four car carDines,
Dines, carDines, 19 army rifles, a .45 cal caliber
iber caliber automatic pistol and seve several
ral several boxes of ammunition.
The arrests were made short shortly
ly shortly after 2:30 a.m., when a resi resident
dent resident of the area became sus suspicious
picious suspicious of ,a plane landing at
that hour on the little-used
North Perry airport and called
the sheriff's office.
Deputies Clieff Moxley and
lOrval Schrank sped to the scene
where they found the plane. a
1Dlue and white Cessna 180. and
an automobile on the taxiway
Daunt was inside the plane
and the two Latins were inside
the car. The deputies said they
believed there was a fourth man
present who escaped.
The officers said Daunt told
them he was practicing land landings
ings landings and takeoffs. Both the pil pilot.
ot. pilot. and the Cubans denied
knowing each other. The armi
were uncovered in a search of
the car.
Fortier said the three men
would be charged under federal
statutes with attemptine: illegal
export of arms and amm-unition
conspiracy to illegally export
arms and with illegal possession
Of automatic weapons.
The customs officer said the
plane belonged to Richard Jaf Jaffe
fe Jaffe of Miami, known to be a among
mong among the anti-Castro forces
and admitted pilot of a plane
that has been dropping anti antiCastro
Castro antiCastro leaflets in Cuba.

, NEW YORK (UPI) Arthur
Godfrey and the man he calls
"the best announcer in the bus business,"
iness," business," Tony Marvin, have parted
company after 13 years.
Marvin was fired, but he said
he agreed with the wisdom of
Godfrey's move.
"I have absolutely no bitterness
toward Arthur," said Marvin after
disclosing the contents of a "Dear
Tony" letter written him last
Thursday by the 55-year-old radio
and Tv entertainer, now recuper
ating from a lung cancer opera operation
tion operation near Leesburg, Va. In t h
letter, Godfrey advised Marvin
tbat a new 'informal format"
for Godfrey's new CBS radio ser series,
ies, series, which starts Sept. 28, leaves
no room for an announcer.
Trade sources said that when
Godfrey returns after his ,bout
with lung cancer, sponsorI will in.

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Pooch Ptogram
Foi Shotsfr'Tag's
Opens Monday

1"THIS.,WON'T NUR, T',1111,1pH," Di K. C. Zimmerman, of the Division of ,VeterinarV Medicine
4eettrAto be tell144hfcaoPrehenstve nooch Who is about' to get hia annual rabies innoculation.
'Thitracene will 'be 'reenacted Es.n over the Canal Zone during July as the annual innoculation a against
gainst against rabies and registration of dogs in the Canal Zone gets under way. Teams will start the
rabies injections and registration on the Atlantic sift Monday..

Namely...

The annual program of vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination against rabies and licensing of
dogs in the Canal Zone will start
Monday morning at the North
Margarita Elementary School. The
hours will be from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m. and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The team of a veterinarian and
a representative of the License
Branch will tour Atlantic side com communities
munities communities during the week on the
knowing scheduln: Monnt Hope
Stadium, July 9: Coco Solo Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, July 10; and the
Gatun Fire Station July 13. The
hours will be the same at all these
stations.

Vaccinations will be started on
the Pacific side Ju-ty 16 when a
team sets up a station in the for
mer Aids to Navigation Bowling ir
Gamboa between the hours of 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 to 5 P.m
Other stations will be ttet up
during the same hours on July 17
in the Paraiso Scout Shack: and
on July 20 and 23 in the porte co cochere
chere cochere of the Balboa Junior High
School.

A $2 fee will be charged for vac vaccination
cination vaccination and registration. Ail dogs
over four months of age in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone must be vaccinated and
licensed by August 1.

ATLANTA (UMAtlanta Po Police
lice Police were searching today for a
thief who's not very nice and has
little love for his neighbors.
The thief stole wallets from Eva
Nicely Carrie Love and Jessie
Nabors.

sist that Godfrey do the selling
himself, in his own voice.
Marvin, in agreeing with this
assessment of Godfrey's r I e,
added, "I love the guy. I thank
God he's alive and I thank God
I'm yoUng enough to Continue
my ,own career. And hes right
The new format doesn't give me a
chance to do anything at all."
The announcer, who now does.
"The Sam Levenson Show' on
CBS-TV and the Robert Q. Lewis
show on CBS radio each morning,
added: ,"I'd feel like a bump on
a leg in the new format. I for one
am quite understanding of the si'-
uation. What can I say, I've hfIcl
a lot of fun and I've learnoo so
much from the guy."
Richard Krolikt Godfrey's per personal
sonal personal putlic relations man for the
pag year, revealed. that he, too,
has been dropped by Godfrey.

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CANADIAN WHISKY
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Rohilat

West Berlin customs officers
reported that ..tho communist
slow mottob tactics began just
before midnight last night. Each
car or truck Posing through
the communist checkpoint at
Dre !linden on the outskirts of
the etty was dellayed for hours.
Early today traffic wgs lam lammed
med lammed for 112 miles and 4 took
three hours or mgre for each
driver 'to get communist- per permission
mission permission to cross.
Traffic going to Berlin RD RDnarently
narently RDnarently was being handled
with normal dispatch at Helm Helmsteelt
steelt Helmsteelt where the 110-mile trio
through East Germany starts.
The normar-delay at this check checkpoint
point checkpoint is,rttsually tholtotkplin tholtotkplinThOrAlssito
ThOrAlssito tholtotkplinThOrAlssito Shows
Versaffilly During
Short Range Test

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., June 30
---(UPI)---The Air Force demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated the range flexibility of its
versatile Thor ballistic missile last
night with a successful 350-mile
flight of the intermediate range
weapon.
It was the first test of the Thor
over such a short range. The mis missile's
sile's missile's maximum range is 1.790
(statuted miles, although it has
flown further.
The flight did not work out as
Florida east coast photographers
had hoped but the Air rOttce- said
preliminary data indicated' the
missile "appeared to achieve most
of its test objectives."
Before the launching at 9:37 p.m.
EST, the Air Force said the body
of the Thor should have been visi visible
ble visible to Florida east coast observers
as a meteor-like object re-entering
the earth's atmosphere.
But reporters at Cape Canaveral,
Jacksonville, and Miami waited in
vain to gee the climax of the
fli ght.
The Thor launching followed by
only 11 hours the successful flight
of another Polaris test rocket. The
Navy said the test vehicle, a fore forerunner
runner forerunner of the U.S. submarine
launched ballistic missile, appar apparently
ently apparently achieved test objectives set
out for it.

Strauss Resigns
Effective Taday
WASIIINCITON. June 30 (UPI)
The White House announcert
the formal resignation of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Comrrierce Lewis L
Strauss. effective at sthe end ot
business today.

Deep-Throated Tony Marvin Gets Heave-Ho
With PR Man As Godfrey Arranges New Show

I

"He wrote me that his plans for
the new season do not require the
services of a personal public rela relations
tions relations man." said Kro lik, who kept
newsmen appraised of Godfrey's
condition before and after the can cancer
cer cancer operation. Godfrey's publicity
will be handled by a CBS official
in the future.
Marvin, a native New Yorker
who has been an opera singer, ac actor
tor actor and promipent radio-TV an announcer,
nouncer, announcer, joined Godfrey in. Au August.
gust. August. 1946. He is considered the
last of Godfrey's famous broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting "friends" to be dis discharged.
charged. discharged. The roll call of one-tim,-!
Godfrey "regulars" includes Jun
'us La Rosa, Marion Marlow
Ann Simms, the Mariners, Frank
Parker, the McGuire sisters and
Haleloke, Last August, Jeannette
'Davis; retired after 12 years with
Godfrey. And now, Marvin goes.

FIVE CENTS

Outbound Berlin
Traffic Slowed
At Checkpoint

PC Retail Stores
To Shill Schedule
For Holiday Week

BERLIN, June 30 (UPI) The East German Com Communists
munists Communists were reported today to have begun slowing out outbound
bound outbound Berlin traffic, apparently in retaliation for that
West German decision to hold its presidential elections
here tomorrow.

The Communist regime threatened to blockade West
Berlin if the electionsivere held here and the.Soviet lhao'n
sent notes to the Wetern allies Friday complaining that
the elections would sabotage possibilities of an East-West
agreement at Geneva.

All Panama Canal Company re retail
tail retail stores will be open on Friday,
and will be closed on Indepen Independence
dence Independence Day, Saturday, July 4, -it
has been announced by the Sup Supply
ply Supply Division.
In order to avoid three-day
closing in certain ariasethe fol-,
lowing schedule wiD lipplrfortbe
week attluly-oskthroullit Irtd3'12
3 Balboa...OM Monday, I Jul3r 11;
closed Watinesdayo; July 8; e
DiabloOpen Wednesday,' juir
8; closed Monday July
GamboaOpen Monday, Zuly
closed Wednesday, July 8,
Rainbow City--Open 'Monday,
July 8; Closed Thursday, Jidy
(Monday section open Thursday),
Margarita Coco Solo, Paratso,
Regular work week.

Blazing Jet Smashes
In Wiwi School;
Many Killed, Hud

NAHA, Okinawa, June 30--(UPD
A U.S. Air Force jet fighter,
in flames and abandoned by its
two-man crew, crashed and explo6
ed today in a crowded housing a area,
rea, area, touching off a chain of firet
that killed and wounded scores of
Japanese.
The Air liorce reported nine per persons
sons persons killed and 74 injured, 62 of
whom required hospital treatment.
It was feared the death toll
would mount because of serious
burns inflicted on some of the vie vietims.
tims. vietims. The F-100 Super Sabre smashed
into a schoolhouse and then bounc bounced
ed bounced into the housing area, spewing :
flaming wreckage in all directions.
Four houses were destroyed by
flames and 30 others damaged. The
schoolhouse windows were smashI
ed but it was not badly damaged
The crash was expected to have
major political repercussions .be .because
cause .because of a Socialist and Left-wing
campaign to force withdrawal of
the Air Force on grounds freepient
accidents endangered the lives of
Japanese and Okinawan& Lt. Grit
Robert W. Burns, commander et
the U.S. Fifth Air Force, 'itn1
nounced in Tokyo he would
here and conduct a personal inVeMi
tica tion.
The Air Force identified thelpill
lot as Cant. John G. Schmitt, Jr.
He was flying with a passenger,
still not identified by the Air
Force, when the plane caught fire
and they parachuted to safety. t

qP Telephnirte MOn
liforl Ler, Dies
Karl Levy. assistant superin
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ment of the Fuerza v Luz Com
pany died suddenly last Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening.
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ton. Jamaice, in 1894 and cams
to Colon with his parents as a
small boy. He began his tele,.
phone career in 1918 and work
ed In Colon, Cuba and ColoMbia
before' Joining Fuerza y tut irt
1949.
He contributed greatly
building the present dav tele.
Phone system had oarticipated
in a Many, worthy (muses snow..
sored Perianth Litmer
Club.
Mr. Le7y) is servived by'
, wife Beittriz, two stria, Kart
Abrahams of New York Cittekiik$

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Prosontod by Ms Departmont
of Christian Education of the
1 Episcopal Church in the Mis
sionary Diocoso of tho Pans.
' ma Canal Zone.
FOLLY TO BE WISE
, "Where Mon are your wile
mon? Lot them toll you and
make known what the Lord of
" Nests has purposod against
vow, 1

MISPLACED GiNEROSITY

RSV.

Egypt wee framed for its wis wis41
41 wis41 ii0M. So e of our nsalms and
4 proverb draw heavily upon it.
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1 Yet th prophe see.; the day
1 when this wisdom will backfire
t and be,Come ethnic'. The orophe orophe,;
,; orophe,; ey came true. For centuries E E.
. E. gYnt was a catspaw in world po po!Rice,
!Rice, po!Rice, a prey to the dominant

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4-our Panama City offices.

BOX

Hey, what's tjl this talk in the Mail Box about giving one of the
looks to Harmoin Arosemena? What an example oi misplaced gen generoisity,
eroisity, generoisity, Does not everyone know that what Harmodio wants he takes.
Ain't he the big engineer behind the taking of Rio Hato? Surely we
haven't forgotten, least of all the military, that he was the master mastermind
mind mastermind who mustered the 9000 knives in the plaza and prevented the
U.S. from spending some 030 million dollars in that flee-bitten
place.
I don't know how it is around here but anywhere else in the
world when you step on the military's tozs somebody is in for a bid
time.
And, while Fin at this crank-letter, let me add that in this world
of double talk and politica! hypocrisy all I can say is Thank God
for Gov. Potter.

El Entregao.

COLON SEAPORT
Sir:
"Well, Wisher" (Mail Box, June 26) asked whether a Panama Panamarun
run Panamarun dock cou!d handle freight faster and more cheaply than the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal docks presently operated by the Panama Canal Company. 1
, think this question can be best left to the US and other shipping com compataies,
pataies, compataies, who will provide the answer by routing their ships to where where:
: where: ver they can get the best service, once a Panama-run deep water
dock is in operaVon.
At the Siorrie time we might see a reversal of a trend which has
: been so harmful to Colon the post war custom of expense-con
scious shipping lines bypassing Cristobal, which up to 1945 was one
of the world's bwiest and most prosperous ports.
The Colon Sezport Bill put forward by Minister of Government
and Justice Jose D. Bazan when he was an Assemblyman could be
: the salvaticn. of Colon, and provide a shot in the arm for the econ econ,
, econ, omy of the entire republic.
The 512,000,000 estimated cost of such a seaport would be recov recovered
ered recovered in little mon than two years once the port is in operation. Apd
once Panama has, a good seaport of its own. there's 5100,000,000 of
i foreign capital waiting to be invested in the Colon Free Zone and the
: country et large.
"Well Wisher" must know that smaller nations than Panama
build arid operate their own firet-class ports successfully. Why does
he think Panama could not do likewise?
considet hie refereneeq to ealaries to he out of line, considering
; the strategems the US authorities are resorting to avoid paying Pan Pan,
, Pan, esr apianc equal wages to US citizene doing the same or less work on
1 the Canal Zone. and considering that ekilled rates in Panama are in
4iWanv eksee hister than thnv are on the
, if "Well Wieher" le all that interested in wiges, rould (ifOoine
Practical gomi by looking into the eaeee of eont,artors working on
Zonn on Minimum Wage lobe who have paid skilled workers only
n-nts to So CPTlic an hour but at the pnd of the, inh have comnell
0,1 'heee workers to sign clearances setting out their pay as 51 an
' hour.
Ginger Know All.

SUMMIT HOUSING
suggestr-the U.S. Army abondon 413aittillanr-houslag-33nthe,
Zone. It is my opinion that all federal employes should be given'
a housing allowance. Therefore each, individual family could live
where ,they wanted to. They could also buy or rent as thev see
fit.
This would relieve the U.S. government of a great moral
Plnd financial burden, attract better and more competent per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, and satisfy the majority of the people.
This prattice has been worked out and is still being used by
several other agencies of the government,,along with many:Other
prittate industries represented overseas,- r
I might add it has proven very successful.

Dreamer.

CURUNDU HOUSING
Whoever dreamed up the new housing list for civilian hous housing
ing housing in Curundu must be either a drunk, a dope addict or just
;)lain crazy.
I cars't possibly imagine anyone in his right mind, Issuing
tuch an undemocratic policy.
Another Peon.

1 DAILY "A1-11)11A11()m 1

What is the criterion of true
wisdom? It comes out in the
challenge of the prophet. "Let
them tell what the Lord has pur purposed."
posed." purposed." Egypt could not see its
place in God's plan and so it per perished.
ished. perished. Is our age any better? Amer American
ican American "know-how" is the wonder
of, the world, but how far do we
known God's purpose? Are we
using our God-given discoveries
aright or will they boomerang in
our Jaces? It is folly to be wise
unless our wisdom is concerned
with God.
It is like a azor bladed. It
must be sharp, but unless you
use It according to directions yol
get badly cut. Our world is like
a blade of exceeding sharpness
Onless we follow the directions
of God we shall come to grief.
As, indeed. our atomic physicists
have taught us.

We regret to announce that as from
July 1st we are closing our Colon
:office.

We take this opportunity to thank
',our customers for their patronage
;and to offer our services to them in

COLON MOTORS, INC.

Labor News 1
And
Comments I

They have bfen sensitive to any
suggestion that their alliance
would be smashed before or even
during a long strike. When the
other day Dave McDonald, the u union
nion union president, told some Senat Senators
ors Senators that, he thought Inland Steel
Co. might crack, the, story leak leaked.
ed. leaked. Tha company's exeeutives
were furious. Some of their col colleagues
leagues colleagues passed on story refute refutetions,
tions, refutetions, No one would break.
'rhe basic story, of this indus industrial
trial industrial war, It was reported, Is In
the fact that the,steel industry no
longer wants to be the "fall guy"
nnd 'Oro the Mama from all sides
for inflating the dollar.
Th-y have Raid ovar and over
again, they have the right to
stand natand apparently they
mean it.

lly VICTOR RIE5111.
NEW YORK Behind this
tournament of steel giants is tne
unwfu .,,ory cot ine finfusay's bit--
Lerness over toeing ,orced for
mor. Loan Ai year. to yead
the coast-to-coast union without a
figat.
During those 20 years of pres pressure
sure pressure 'ruin nhe rouse, ,ne
steet industry's executive suites
nave oeen oesiegeo wiLh pr.-
tests tram o t he r inciustriatosts
enarging that Big Steel was al always
ways always breaking the wage line
iorcing the rest of the nation's
business to go as steel went.
Typical of what happened be behind
hind behind the closed doors of big busi business
ness business was the secret visit of form former
er former General M o t or s president
Charles E. Wilson to the execu executives
tives executives in the world's steel capital
Pittsburgh.
Wilson, back in 1950, took a
reading on the recurring steel
crises. He was concerned. Mere
might not be sufficient metal for
the vital auto industry.
Then, as now, there was strike
fever. Wilson conferred with Wal Walter
ter Walter Reuther and the late Phil
Murray, then president of the
Steel Union. The GM chief asked
what he could do to help. The
labor chiefs said do some "mis "missionary
sionary "missionary work with the manage management
ment management in the steel industry." Wil Wilson
son Wilson said he'd try. He called the
steel executives to a dinner in
Pittsburgh. He went. He ate. He
talked. But hardly did he con conquer.
quer. conquer. The next day he reported
to Reuthsr and Murray.
"I had an awful time," Wilson
recounted. "I have never been
abused as I was there. They said
they wouldn't be in trrouble in the
steel industry now with the labor
bosses if we hlrin't onnosssd the
labor bosses in Detroit."
The steel industry said what
was needed was less appease appeasement.
ment. appeasement. But there as no show showdown.
down. showdown. Then or, for the next de decade.
cade. decade. In each crisis the White
House pressured a handful of top
steel executives into a settlement.
These were good settlements for
the union and there as labor
peace for a while.
The rank-and-file steelmaker be became
came became the world's highest paid
mass industry worket. '19a3 the
industry paid out a package in increase
crease increase of nine eents an hour. In
1954 the hike was 12 cents ael
hour. In '55 the increase jumped
to 15.2 cents.

Then the industry wearied of
annual battiing. In '56 theY talitP)
ed the current contracta three threeyear
year threeyear pact. This handed the union
the biggest wage package in his history
tory history 61.6 cents an hour more
or almost 425 a week. Thus the
total Increase in wage and fringe
benefits. from '53 to this week has
been a billion dollars a year.
But something happened in '55
and '56 which, though little no noticed
ticed noticed by the folks on Main Street,
began the showdown of today. A
former school teacher and Yale
Law Journal editor, Roger Miles
Blough, was elected chairman of
ooard of he U.S. Steel Corp.
He began supervising the con-
tract negotiations.
In 1956 steel got tougher with
the union. There was a 6-day
strike. But President Eisenhower
permitted three cabinet members
to telephone stet! executives and
urge them to settle. Thus the big
package increase.
Bough and his...people decided
it wouldn't happen again. In the
past month, both the President
, and the Vice President of he
U.S. in private conversation pledgd
ed there would be no secret pres pressuring
suring pressuring this time. But such pres pressure
sure pressure would have done little goOd.
For some three years now,
Bough and steel executives of oth other
er other firms have traveled and con conferred
ferred conferred and set up their solid front.
'rhey pledged that, no one would
break the front as some had la
Previous years in New York,
Washington, Pittsburgh and Cleveland.

1,

We Have Almost Nothing to Worry About

Walter WinchellIn New York

Edward Coke, an Englishman
visiting Paris in 172-5, saw a beau-I
taut horse pulling a cart. .He
bought the animal which went
into racihg history books as the,
Godolphin Barb, the great-great-1
grandaddy of every thorougnbred
iacing today...Not only is the
Godolphin Bard the great grand granddaddy,
daddy, granddaddy, but there is more percent percentage
age percentage of his blood (intermarriage)
racing today than in any other
thoroughbred. ?The legend
that Edward Coke bought him
because the driver was beating
him unmercifully, but this has
never 'been documented. .There
is no doubt, however, that every
thoroughbred race on every race racetrack
track racetrack today is nothing more or
less than another contest among
descendants of that horse.
While the following story has
never ,tmeit atithaticatedvdt
believed by many sportsmen.
According to the myth, Mohain-1
med wished to confer on thC
world a race of great and beau-,
tiful,steedsA.,.He had the. coun country
try country combed for one thousand -bf
its best mares. .When they .fi .finallY
nallY .finallY were assembled and given
stiff military training they were
placed in a corral by a river.
For days they thirsted for wa waterwithin
terwithin waterwithin sight of ituntil all
were in dire straits. ?Then the
corral gates were opened and all
:stampeded to the river.
they reacked the water's edge a
bougle bhge "halt". .Nine ttun ttundred
dred ttundred and ninety-three refused the
command. Seven maresready
to be faithful unto deathstop deathstopped
ped deathstopped trembling in their tracks.
From those seven, all Arab
1 thoroughbreds are desceneded.

Only two centuries ago animals
could be arrested and indicted
for crimes. They were subpoe subpoena'd.
na'd. subpoena'd. provided with counsel, and
sometimes asked to provide bail.
Ile mice of T,u7erno were
once indicted. .Their counsel
refused to produce them 'in court
until bond (to keen the pear)
was posted for the cats.
motion was granted. Since no
one would post bond for the cats
the indictment was (-mashed.
In Sentencing the animals, their
youth and reputation wtsre taken
into consideration. .A donkey,
sent,nced to deRth In France (in
1750), was pardoned at the last
' moment. Because of its good
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What the law says, and what
the courts do, of course, are two
different things. .For example
to shoot and kill a man (with in intent
tent intent to do so) is ordinarily mur murder
der murder in the first degree. .But a around
round around 1890- two men got into ,a.
lethal fight on the North Carolina-Tennessee
border. .0ne
the men fled to the Tennessee
side. .The victor's bullet killed
him as he crossed the border.

The North Carolina authorities
indicted him for murder.. The ac-,
cused answered that he killed riotl
one in North Carolina, hence thei
state lacked jurisdiction.
On this technicality he was ac-
quitted. .13ut when a woman in
California sent a box of poison-1
ed chocolates to another woman
in Delaware, the sender was
trihd, convicted I And hanged
California. Although sh4ii 1114
never left that state.

Going to prison may not be so
unpleasant. in Los Angeles it-an
architect gets his. way. .The L.
A. city fathers are planning d
new clink. .They told him that
it must have 3300 cells, but thitl
he must keep expenses down. IL
So, he designed a hoosegow with
3300 cells but none with bars or
windows. .He said that if you
have no windows you need no
bars, and that should keep ex expenses
penses expenses down. explained
that the prisoners would get their
fresh air from the prison's air',
conditioning. .Howev?r, the citY
fathers fear that public opinion
would be aroused over an air airconditioned
conditioned airconditioned jail.
They are thinking it over.
--
Ivar Bryce, producer of a British-made
film named "The Boy
and the Bridge," ins'ructed his
co-producer, Kevin McClory, to
find the most intelligent seagull
in the world, .To star in that
44cture. Ile not only uncovered
the most remarkable seagull in
history, but a deeply human std.
ry as well, because Sammy Sea Seagull
gull Seagull received all the love and
training of a child who was lost.
When the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thorner died, both were paralyz paralyzed
ed paralyzed by grief. .0ne night, Thorp Thorper
er Thorper (a drug clerk) was caught ir
a driving storm. .He found a
seagull that had broken a wing
when blown from a telegriph
wire. .The Thorners nursed it
until it was fully mended, They

gave it all their affection as they
i.rained it to be one of the fami family.
ly. family. .Sammy eats with them, is
fond of small toys and enjoys
playing hide-and-seek. .1-le also
pecks out notes on the piano.
He hag learned how to "talk"
(with his varying squawks) and
the Thorners can make them themselves
selves themselves understood to Sammy in
the same manner.

You can still commit treason
in the various states of the U Union
nion Union as well as against the feder federal
al federal government. .Treason against
the state of Michigan is the only
that state. .The wealthiest uni university
versity university in the U. S. is now the
Univ. of Texas which has pass passed
ed passed Harvard and Yale. .T h y
have a nest egg of merely a guar guarter
ter guarter of a billion. .U.. of Texas
has, considgrahly,,more. .0ver .0versleePing
sleePing .0versleePing is jtitit as bad ps ovet.;
eating. .Nifipproseifirittelf 380,000.
divorces were granted in the U.'
S. in 1958. similar number
were granted hi 1956 and '57.
Bikini wearers in New York
State are warned that an ancient
law prohibits wearing a bathing
suit ,witnout sleeves" Medi Medical
cal Medical experts calculate that one kiss
can transfer 50p000 germs.

Four American presidents were I
elected despite the fact they re-I
ceived fewer popular votes than'
their opponents. They were Lin Lincoin,
coin, Lincoin, Hayes, Harrison, and Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. ,Call-girls in London pay
no tax on their earnings. the
crown considers them "gifts".
.lieware of Linda Christian. She
kisses and tells. In Cosmopolitan
she reveals that one of her late
lovers "disliked hanging his
socks"- t YQu have an aver aversion
sion aversion to- earthquakes, the best
states to 6011 in are reportedly
West Virgi i a, Wisconsin and
North Dakota. In case you
think that hair on a man's chest
is a sign of masculinity, remem remember
ber remember that a Orilla has hair every
place but on his chest...lf you're
afraid of lightning then you're a
kerannophobiac.
Chicago moochers on park
benehes are fined. The money is
used to buy more benches. No
nlace on earth is more than 40
hours away by air. American
familiea have six billion dollars
a week to spend. .In Ceylon if
bridogroom's horoscopoe la un unfavorable
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tiovernor. flittiovernor. thmisfana
fondness aor aace-u'act gamoling.
s gig greatest retaxasadd, at
good many years E.ari Long nalia
veL' ianfasficany on Me.- :races,.
averagmg aoom 21 races,i
vial mree beat- on threePorae5
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with most people,. Internal Re Revenue
venue Revenue ooesn't .worry tpo much:a--
DOM betung izicome; But, one
Long's poiluctaeneaues
peu od the Our agems spout. nib
,autining and, ti.ey sent a 'squad
oi men to check over Ms winiungs
and losses. Earl aid -reporteu Lo
income irom R0 merelY
eveneu oit his losses against lus
winnings. 7- ,"
Tian, together,with the "contri-
butions" tne Governor Teceieed
from the ,eamSters to 'repeal the
right-to-Work law froth the steanr steanrship
ship steanrship operators to vetotthe
ppi Bar Pilota hill,,alrcame under
such rigorous tax- --scrutiny, that
Long appealed to 'the Treasury in
Washington for a .delay.
"This is more than one man
can take," he told his nephew,
Sen. Russell Long, shortly before
this mental crisis. "They've got 12
to 14 men working on me day and
night. Ive also got 139 legislators
nagging at me. These agents
ought to let me alone until the
Legislature is over, so can hand handle
le handle one problem at a time."
Senator Long tried to help out his
uncle by asking Commissioner of
Internal Revenue Dana Latham
for a delay of 60 days. But Lath Lathman
man Lathman refused even 30 days.
"We would be criticized," he
replied.

BRIBES OR 1
CONTRIBUTIONS?
Governor Long had argued to
Internal Revenue that the money
he had received was not bribes
but contributions for his re-election
campaign. And since the
Louisiana Constitution forbids a
governor from succeeding him himself,
self, himself, Long had to figure out some
way to get around the Constitu
lion. Having announced ;ast
spring that he would run, he
called a special meeting of the
Legislature, and was trying to
pass a voters registration bill
when he delivered the speech
which caused such a furor in
Louisiana.
Like his brother Huey, Who
died of an 'Assassin's bullet,
Long's chief PoliliCal support' his'
come from lower income voters.
The Negroes and poorer whites

the wedding by his infant broth brother,
er, brother, if he has one. The infant is
then wed to the bride.. .The
White House was modeled fltpr
ithe oalaqe of, Owe', 1:Puke sof 14e0-
sterm Ireland. .There are more
calories in margarine than but
ter. Four more. It you don't
think fame is fleeting, who was
Dr. Richard Shackbure. .He
wrote the lyrics to "Yankee Doo Doodle".
dle". Doodle". Norworth, who
wrote "Take Me Out To The Ball
Game," never saw one 3q
years after he' wrote the song.
His full name is Burl Ic le I,yan I,yanhoe
hoe I,yanhoe Ives. .They are calling the
new 48 story Time-Life building:
"Henry Luce's Monument to Himself."

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have:supported him to the. limit. t,
His brother Huey. introduced free :
textbooks, in Louisiana schoola tor
the first time in history; and Earl
deyhted ;52,000'received t'om
state's oil lands to raising' teach-',f
ere., salaHes.
However,-many Negroes have
been knocked off the registrit'ilas
roles ia Louisiana recently by tho.
White Citizens Counsels and Got-,
ernor Long proposed legislation to
protect,them and his other oweri
income supporters. The speech he
he delivered -in the course ,of de.
fending this bill was filmed by
Douglas Manship, president of
'station WBRZ in Baton Rouge
and shown on his station at 1.0:30
p.m.: after most juvenile viewers
are in bed.
1 The reactionfrom the Grott Grotternor's
ernor's Grotternor's point of viewwas not
good. The speech was liberally
sprinkled with profanity.' Some of
his stateinents which caused tho
greatest reaction pertained to
race relation; and the Negro's de desire
sire desire to keep Negro women away
from white men.
"About 1908, or '06," Governor
Long told the Legislature, "Ltad
an uncle who got killed.
"He'd been a good Man, good
to his family, good to me. He
taught me how to ride a horse.
Well, he got drunk one mght,
went down to the colored quarters
in Winfield, kicked a nigger
out of bed and he got into led.
The nigger man was so enraged
hp shot my pore uncle and he
died.
"Do you know, that's what the
colored people resent now most.
They want their womenfolk- left
alone."
The Governor claimed the Ne
gro was getting a bad deal in
Louisiana. In one part of his
speech he told of a white man who
had fathered ten Negro children.
Id Mr. Grundy Cooper, as
fine a man as God ever let live,
honest, straight, decent. lie had a
brother who had 10 nigger' chit.
dren.
"He couldn't leave them any
property, so he left them all of the
movables that the law avould al allow.
low. allow. He called them all in, isn't
that right, Mr. Dick Davis? lsn't
that true? The hell they don't say
it, it's the record. The don't saY
it. They call him poppa anz ma mama.
ma. mama. The anti-Long forces in' the Le Legislature
gislature Legislature claimed the bill protect.'
ing Negro voting, rights wits an
eftort, to,Arnposttintegitition. The
speeches againet4liong -Were
triolic.
"This' is an integratiOil move.
ent,' said the leader of the' oppo;t
sition. "It's aimed at Wreektni,
gregation in this otate..
We are fighting:t0.1teeln viol
mice out of the streetvoW NeW
OrtanWind,',..Batok,'Lltotna: ant
weXii t owlet's, nythin
stop us. Don't let the ambition of
one man drag us' down to .ruin,
That's where he's' going and
we're going to stay on top of him.
We know that peace and good will
in the south will be 'destroyed if
we don't stop this sort Of
We're going to fight him to ,the
"Let 'him makni'ivs peace vvith
God While there is still time
It was a feW days after this
that the Governor of Louisan
was taken to a mental institution
at Galveston, Tex.

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In 1956 steel g
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strike. But Pres
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Bough and his
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lowness tor race-tract goinglog. -the first time b
it, s gig greattik.retsXSOu;ti AT,4,r:lat devbted ;k52,000
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.t :-...t.-,-.:. .: I 11 .:. 4 --- .;,'6-y:.7,A.t!. 1 4'.,:, I, : ,..: -,.. averagmg about 21 races-, a 'nay, -iloweveri-ma
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from the seamsteri to 'repeat the sprinkled with
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At'systi :: right-to-Work law froth the
!:-s: --::-..-': '' ship operators to vetotthe' Missip. greatest yeact
race relations s
1:riarer ge .. ppi Bar Pilota bill, allcame under
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Caribbean Air Command. The installation was held at the Tivoli
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ter chapter representative; find W. E. Hall, secretary-treasurer. Directors
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On US Scholarships

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) to today
day today urged swift action to repeal
the loyalty oath requirement of
the National Defense Education
Act.
He said the provision i "repug "repugnant
nant "repugnant to our histctry" and imit
made several schools refuse to
participate in the program. Other
schools, Kennedy said, participate
reluctantly.

Kennedy spoke in the Senate lie
the U. S. Office of Education
named seven schools that Wive
refused to accept student loan
funds under the act b,ecaUSO" 01,
the loyalty requirement-.
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They were Gouchee. iCollege;-
Maryland; Sarah Lawrence' Col College,
lege, College, New York; Antioch College,
Wilmington College, Ohlo;-',Aee'd
College, Oregon; Bennington, Co1,1
lege, Vermont; and Amherst Ca:
lege, Massachusetts.
The bill, already .apprOvit.
unanimously by the Sinate Edu-.
cation Subcommittee June 4, is
now pending before the full Sen Senate
ate Senate Labor and Public Welfare
Committee.

The oath provision provides that
any student getting a, Federal
scholarship loan under the act
must sign an oath of allegiance
tc the United States and an affi affiuavit
uavit affiuavit that he is not a member
of any communist organization.

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SP,ARTA, Wis. (UPI)Arthur
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couple of head cuts, but he's not
complaining. Shaffer told nolice he
had a couple of beers and some somehow
how somehow wound up asleep between the
rails of the Chicago and North
Western Railway. A freight train
came along, and 20 cars rolled
over Shaffer. He crawled out with
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Brazil Students
Will Ask Chessman
Seri fence Commuted

SAO PAULO, Brazil, (UPI)
Students here announced today
they will ask President Jusce Juscelino
lino Juscelino KulYitschek to appeal to
Gov. Edmund D. Brown of Cal California
ifornia California to commute the death
sentence of convict-author Caryl
Chessman.

Chessman, 37, has been under
death sentence at San QUentin
prison in California since 1943
for kidnaping for the purpose
of robbery and rape. He has
written a best-selling book while
in prison.
The prisoner has received
stays of execution over the
years, including one from the
U.S. Supreme Court in June,
1957. The California Supreme
Court has received written
briefs on an appeal and cur currently
rently currently has the case ander sub submission.
mission. submission. No execution date has
been set.

Students in Sao Paulo and
Rio de Janeiro have started a
"save Chessman campaign,"
with the backing of the news newspaper
paper newspaper Ultima Hora, which is
published in both cities. The
students will march in the
streets and canvass various cul cultural
tural cultural and professional organiza organizations
tions organizations and the legislature to try
to enlist their support.
Brazilian Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Nelson Hungria recently
condemned capital punishment
and appealed to Brown to save
Chessman from execution.

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NEW JusNEW FGAA PREXY A. J. O'Leary, newly-elected President of seated next Ao him, top, appearing in the film "Visit to a .'aital111111""1-- 44
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PANAMA'S AMBASSADOR TO HOLY SEE
RETURNS TODAY FOR VACATION
rar?ma's Ambassador to the Holy See, Adolfo Arias Es Esphiosa,
phiosa, Esphiosa, and Mrs. Espinosa, returned to Panama from Rome
todarg for a vacation.

-alai Bleak lay Named
:o Tri Sigma Sorority
Miss Marie Bleaidey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bleak ley of
Margarita, has been initiated into
lo:EChapter of Tri Sigma. nation national
al national social sorority, at Colorado
State College at Greeley.
She is a freshman student, maj majoring
oring majoring in science, and is also a
member of Spur, honorary socie-,
ty for women, and its representa representative
tive representative to Associated Women Stu Students,
dents, Students, of the Shark Club, and the
Women's Residence Hall Councij.
She has been chosen one of the
ten outstanding freshmen women
In the college.
Birth Announcoment
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Owen
have announced the birth of their
first child. a son, on June 16. He
has: been named David H. Owen
Jr..
Mrs. Owen is the former Miss
Doris McKee. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. McKee of Balboa. The
paternal grandmother is Mrs. Owen
of Hialeah, Fla.
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Sca,dron Family Returns
Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. Scad Scadron:
ron: Scadron: with their children, Nancy,
Biclard and Roger, have return returned
ed returned tto their home in Panama.
Dance Jamboree
Set. For July 7
A jamboree for the medal group
will be given by Harnett and
Dupn Tuesday evening at 6:30 at
thw.American Legion Club.
iintertainment will include a jit jitterbug
terbug jitterbug contest, party games, nov novelty
elty novelty dances and refreshments. Jim Jimmy'
my' Jimmy' Dunn will act as master of
ceremonies.
Record invitation
Voice recordings on either disc
or tape will be made this evening
frIln 6 to 8 at the Balboa USO USOServicemen
Servicemen USOServicemen and their families
tirged to take advantage of the
opoortunity to Eave messages rec recorded
orded recorded to sent! to family or friends.
Sh6Roarding Time
IF,4r Tomorrow Changed
The Chinese Women's League
Pnnotinced the time for
boarding the ahlbSTor partial trnn trnnsitrof
sitrof trnnsitrof the Canal has been changed
to rm. tomorrow. The time ori originally
ginally originally was set for 4:30 p.m.
The outing will take about two
and a half hourF. ti-e T, e a o e
spokesman advisM. Those plan
Firmer CZ Teacher
Mrs. Ruth Randolph
Dies In States
News has been received on the
Isthmus of the death last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday of Mrs. George N. Randolph,
tht former Miss Ruth L. Morrison.
who taught English in the Canal
Zone schools from 1922 to 1924.
Mrs. Randolph. who was 66. died
at dter home in Starkville, Miss
Fitneral services were held there
he was horn in Frankfort, Ind.
and came to the Canal Zone in 1922
as a school teacher.
In addition to her husband, re retired
tired retired Army Colonel Randolph, she
is survived by three daughters and
a son.

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NEW YORK (UMPresident
Eisenhower flew to New York
for a tour of a huge Soviet ex exhibition
hibition exhibition yesterday and wound up
exchanging views on peacetul
us,s of atomic energy with So Soviet
viet Soviet Deputy Premier Fro' R. Koz Kozlov.
lov. Kozlov. Eisenhower, red-faced with the
scorching 95 degree tempero temperolure,
lure, temperolure, spent an hour at the New
York Coliseum, an exhibition hall
on Columbus Circle, tour-ing the
12-million dollar "Soviet Exhi
bition of Science, Technology and
Culture."
His guide and host was Kw lov,
who flew here Sunday froth Mos Moscow
cow Moscow to officially open the 40-day
exhibit Monday. The possibility
was raised that Kozlov had come
to the U. S. 'with new word fremn
the Kremlin on the- Berlin stale.
mate.
Conversing through interpreters,
Eisenhower and Koziov kept up a
running commentary during the
tour of the three-floors of ex exhibits
hibits exhibits of everx phase of Russian
life.
A. N. Mastil3W1Vellirset431' &glee,
al of the show;liest the& the visl:
tors, including V i e President
Richard MJ Nixaa and Henry
Cabot Lodge, S Ambass.idor
to the United Nations, to the So Soviet
viet Soviet space display.
The exhibit featured models of
the Sputniks the Russians have
put in,pAlit,asplind the earth and
the Lunk-reckeT;sent,Wpre
sians into space.
While Eisenhower was'' looking
at the Sputniks, someone men mentioned
tioned mentioned the Russian dog "Laiks,"
that was put into orbit in a satel satellite.
lite. satellite. "Well," Eisenhower said, "we
put a mouse up."
Eisenhower paused by the 1,u 1,unik
nik 1,unik modeland-said, "just think
of the many millions and millions
of miles."
Then he turned to the "atoms
for peace" section, pausing in
front of a 12-foot model of the So Soviet
viet Soviet atomic ice breaker Lenin.
"That's what we use atomic
energy for," Kozlov told the Pres Presider',
ider', Presider', "I have been preaching that
for six years," the President sdid,
putting on his glasses for a better
look al the model.
Eisenhower's presidential pitine
brought him to the Newark, N. J.,
airport. landing at 3:30 p.m.
in a record 100 degree tempera temperature.
ture. temperature. The President looked red redfaced
faced redfaced and uncomfortable and still
appeared so when he entered the
Coliseum at 3:50 p.m.
He appeared to cool off in the
air-conditioned exhibit hall and
was smiling and relaxed when he
left the building at 5 p.m. to re return
turn return to Washington.
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Members of organizations parti participating
cipating participating in the Fourth of July
parade at Coco Solo are reminded
of a meeting Thursday morning
at 10 at the main gate of Coco
Solo. The parade route will be
mapped and rehearsed.
The participants include repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Air Force band,
Army, Navy, VFW, and auxilia auxiliary
ry auxiliary American Legion, Girl, Boy,
Sea and Cub Scouts.
Emblem Club 52
The monthly business meeting of
Emblem Club 52 is planned for
Tuesday, July 7, at 7:30 p.m. at
the Elks Home.
Exhibit, Swaps
On Atomic Energy
During the tour, Eisenhower ad admired
mired admired a small cream and pink
Moskvich 423 station wagon and
several paintings. Under urging
by the Russians, he chose one
called "On a Raft" as his favor favorite.
ite. favorite. Eisenhower told Kozlov he' re recalled
called recalled making a tour of Lenin Leningrad
grad Leningrad a number of years ago and
seeing the home of a poet whose
na mehe could not refember.
"Pushkin," an interpreter sug suggested.
gested. suggested. When Eisenhower left, he shook
KozloV's hand and said, "thank
you for inviting me. It is a re remarkable
markable remarkable exhibit. I'm sure every everyone
one everyone will like it."
MARK MC KEE
Mark h. meheJ, son or Mr. and
Airs. ivictlee ta Dalboa,
was among canantates taking the
ie,A4b otaie odr examinations in
AUSLILI, 'i'exas, last week. 1. h e
Daitioa alumnus was
graduafea a montn ago trim the
Baylor lJniv2rsity Scnool ot Law,
4 cereiony afteoueu oy his liar liarentz.
entz. liarentz. fitle in law school, he was on
the stall ot the Baylor Law Re Review
view Review anu was elem.., oy students
ana prolessors as chief jusfice ot
the Baylor student court. Ile was
one of two Baylor students to be
listed in this year's "Who's Who
in American Colleges and Uni Universities."
versities." Universities." The new graduate is a member
of Phi Alpha Delta, legal frater fraternity,
nity, fraternity, and Alpha Chi, national
scholastic honor society.
In September he expects to re reveive
veive reveive a direct commission as a
first lieutenant in the Judge Ad Advocate
vocate Advocate General Department of
the Air Force.
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By GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA
Food and Markets Editor
Chilled, delicately flavored soups
are a summertime delight, espe especially
cially especially when served attractively.
A chilled cup, filled with cold
soup, set in a larger cup or soup
plate filled with cold soup, set in
a larger cup or soup plate fileled
with cracked ice, will take any
diner's mind off the heat.
Colory and Soo Food Bisquo
(Makes 4 sarvings)
One can (1 1-4 cups) condensed
cream of celery soup, 1 soup can
milk, 1 can (5-ounce size) labs labster,
ter, labster, drained and flaked; 1-4
teaspoon ground dill, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon chopped chives.
Combine all ingredients except
chives; heat. Cool and then chill
throughly. Serve in cold bowls
over chopped ice. Garnish with
chopped chives.
Other CQ01 soups for summer
which are ciplightful,, served over
dushed
'1. Lobster or crab mixed into
frozen condensed cream of
shrimp soup.
2. Frozen condensed potato
soup by itself with minced pars parsley.
ley. parsley. 3. Canned condensed cream of
chicken soup, topped with chives.
California Spicy Fruit Soup
Makes about 1( pint)
One (No. 303) can fruit cock cocktail,
tail, cocktail, 1-16 teaspoon salt, whole
cloves, 1 stick cinnamon, 2 cups
orange juice, 1-3 cup sugar, 2
Church To Sponsor
July Fourth Picnic
A gala Fourth of July pinic at
the Pacora townsite will be
sponsored by the Mount Puron
International Baptist Chur c h.
Music will be provided by Cha Chachi
chi Chachi Macias and his orchestra.
Buses are scheduled to leave
from 0 Street at 6:30 a.m. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets for the affair may be obtain obtained
ed obtained from church members.
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Chablis or other white dinner
wine.
Drain syrup from fruit cock cocktail
tail cocktail into saucepan. Add bait,
cloves, cinnamon and ortinge
juice. Bring to a boil; lower heat
and simmer about 5 minutes.
Blend sugar and cornstarco to together;
gether; together; stir into hot mixture.
Cook and stir until thickenea, a about
bout about 5 minutes. Rernove frof
heat, add wine and fruit cocktail
Chill thoroughly before serving.
Garnish each cup with a sprig of
fregh mint, if desired.
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If you want to stay companio companionable
nable companionable with the- young, here are
some things you must avoid as
you grow older:
Talking about how much better
life was back in the good cid
days. For the young the good
days are right now.
Dwelling on unpleasant subjects,
such as illness and death. Young
people don't like to dwell on the
grimmer aspects ttt life--
Making such statetheilts
don't know- What the young 'peo.
ple today are coming to."
Distrusting everything new and
clinging to the old ways of do doing
ing doing things just because that is
the way you've always done them.
Giving advice, no matter how
sound it is, unless it is asked for.
Making your health a main to topic
pic topic of conversation.
Being overly critical of others.
Letting yourself be easily hurt
tv slights that common sense
should tell you are unintention unintentional.
al. unintentional. Looking backward instead of
forward.
Giving up doing things you are
perfectly capable of doing, and
becoming dependent when y 0 u
don't have to be.
Having to be entertained all tile
time, instead of being interested
in so many things you don't have
time to feel lonely or neglect neglected.
ed. neglected. Being thoughtful of others snd
helpful in the many ways that
you can be.
Ignoring your age instead of
always dwelling on it. You can't
hope to be companionable with 1
the young unless your mit spirit
is young and hopeful instead of
tired and disillusioned.
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But my doctor isabout me.
Some time ago under the pre pretense
tense pretense that they had a 90 proof
ether they got me on an operating
table for some six hours, the most
sleep I've had in 25 years.
They peeked at my appendix,
patted my liver, tugged at my
kidneys, inspected each inch of
my colon, and had themselves a
gay time with my insides for the
afternocr..
1 woks up in my room hems hemstitched
titched hemstitched as though filo surgeon
was ,tryingto wiq first prize at
the County4art,101010001iW
, "Well, Doe," ?"1",askett:' '141tat
did you find wrong'?'
,lle looked at me sternly Ind
said, "You need glasses!"
My most recent operation came
after an insurance company ask asked
ed asked me to send them a deposit be before
fore before they sent .me the calendar.
I went to....Mt SinaLHAB1411
Los Angeles'iceompanied by
don Katleman, -'who wanted to
make sure that it wasn't blamed
on the El Rancho Vegas diet. The
official announcement was that I
had swallowed a shot glass.
I must say this operation was a
success. I lived.
My relations with doctors have
been slightly strained since' 'I
caught a cold in the neck from
watching my hot horses cool off
so suddenly.
Julie Podo41 told mo there
was a visiting orthopecik sue.
goon in town from Cincinnati. I
wont to see him and he pro.
scribed hot water compritss
Arturo, my favorite head wait.
et', hear aboutthit and called
me and said, "Darn nonsense.
Use cold water compresses." I
did it and the condition cleared
up in a few hours.
I went back to the surgeon and
told him this amazinr story. He
hemmed and .hawed, and finally
said, "That's strange. The head
waiter at the Beverly Hills Coun Country
try Country Club told me to use hot water
compresses."
My favorite- dietitian, Paul
Hochuli, introduced me to his fa famous
mous famous completely 100 per cent
quid diet which consists of vita vitamin
min vitamin pills dissolved in any form of
alcohol. You may not lose much
weight but, wow, what a crazy
feeling.
I have a secret. I have been in
training for some months to bet
one of the space men. It is well
known in the circles I move that
very few people have been higher
than I have.
I finally got to take the Lest.
The doctor there looked at me,
sadly and said, "Joe, as soon at
we get word that there are crap
tables on the moon, we'll put you
in the fiast rocket."
Operations in America don't
have the speculative aspects that
they do in other countries.
A young lady I know had her
appendix removed in Yugoslavia.

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On her return here it was die diecovered
covered diecovered that she was inadvertent inadvertently
ly inadvertently carrying with her some et the
equipment from the operating
room in Belgrade.
When she had a second operatiot
here to get rid of the sponges and
instruments, the Yugoslav Gov Government
ernment Government was mighty nice about
it. They refused to prosecute her
on charges of smuggling out their
medical equipment.
A friend of mine, Dr. Charles
Winick, the noted social scientiit,
tells me that there are fashions in
operations too. Appendectomies
are out. I mean the appendix
stays in. Tiiey just aren't. in
fashion.
In my campaign for health I've
learned to, hospital shop- ,At one
hospital, where I wentiln 'before
lid,-013104;5:1:War,told,Abat.:mr,
choices were rivet to five to Sur.'
vive. visited si nUmber Of boa-
pitals Mail I found one that lave
me much better odds.' .v AWO
one,
:Recently a -doctor siad ta me,
"Joe, you're a dipsomaniac.", I
sidd,:1What? I May drink, 4
but E,,trtainly.;alever,,stairted,
In m ad, I 'start to. sing and
I say "If you think soimd bad
now, you should listen to me
through a stethoscope."
A doctor in the audience took
advantage of this .invitation and
said, "You know, you're right."
11, said, '11,,don't want you
'drinking, smoking or gambling, or
staying up late at night."
I thought I'd better get an another
other another doctor's opinion and I final finally
ly finally found one who said, "Joe,
drink as much as you want.
smoke as much as you want.
rtay up all night, if you like."
You see, I like a doctor wIth
guts.
My drinking habits always
seem to come up dtoring an sm.
mination. described them like
this !Veil,' Doc, you've hear st.
bou; these cars that got 40 miles
from a gallon." ,,
Ile said, "Yes."
I said, "Well, I need it 1141110.11.
just to get me out of MY room.-
One doctor even went so far as
to send me to a psychiatrist-IN
discussed my case and said,
"You know, Joe, people who
gamble are sick., Gambling Is a
sickness."
I said, "Doc, you're looking at
an epidemic."

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THIEInGETE REVENGE
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ROMFORD, England (UPI)
Kim, the police dog, ttid his duty
and captured alleged house-breaker
gsmuel Smith, 41, a court was
told teday. -But, when Kim was
dmrpintith teok hiw revenge.
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testified.' Smith was remande,d inl

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TOtY0 The new
China News Agency said today
a well-preserved fossil of a huge
elephant, probably more than one
atillion years old, ha been un-earthed,
itt! noithwest China. The
fossil elePhant was 23 feet long
and 18 feet tall, the communist
ageaes said in a broadcast
'beamed to".1101tyo.',

SELASSIE MEETS NASSER 1
CAIRO (UPI) The third and
final mund of talks between Em Emperor
peror Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia
and President Gamal Abdel Nail Nailer
er Nailer ended jast night'Aftet
two hour medting"bfiAreen,
heads of state. An official spokes spokesman
man spokesman said today "the talks cov covered
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WINFIELD, La. Gov. Earl
K. Long, after announcing that he
plans to divorce his wife Blanche:
"She raised more hell than tbe
man who fired the shot heard
'round the world."
WASHINGTON Sen. Styles
Bridges (R-N.H.), reproaching the
Senge's Democratic presidential
aspirants for favoring bigher de defense
fense defense spending:
"There are so many Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic candidates for president in the
Senate, you can't walk down the
aisle without falling over one."
MELDRIM, Ga. David Par Parker,.
ker,. Parker,. victim of a train accident in
which two tank cars of butane
cooking gas exploded on a trestle
above a river recreation beach,
describing how the liquid' fire
gushed over the crowds benealh:
"I lyas swimming in the river
and I saw this train come acrosq
the trestle overhead. It jumped
the track. It spread a sheet of
fire a mile down the river. I saw
a lot of little kids screaming and
hollering in the water for help,
but I couldn't go get them,"

GROSS UNDER ARREST
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Harry
Gross, New York's former 20 mil million
lion million dollar bookmaking kingpin,
was under arrest yesterday on
suspicion of trying to kill his SC
year-old grandfather. Police said
Gross was booked after Harry
Black, his grandfather, was found
in his home severely beaten and
cut. Black was rushed to general
hospital, and was reported in very
serious condition.

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CHiCINNATI Ohio (DPI)
Live virus anti-polio vaccine must
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before it can be used in this
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by millions in other nations, ac according
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oper, developer, Dr. Albert Sabin.
Sabin said he would talk to of officials
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Mrs. Ana F. Lutz
Dies At Glendale
Mrs. Ana F. Lutz, 64, widow of
retired Panama Railroad employe
Carl M. Lutz, died in Los Angeles
June 24 and funeral rites were
held at Forest Lawn Memorial
Park, Glendale, Cal.
Since the death of her husband
in 1957, Mrs. Lutz had resided
in Los Angeles with her daughter
Mrs. Conchae Kelley at 1444
South Burnside Avenue. She is
survived also by Roger L. Kelley
of Chicago, a grandson.

BCKSTOPPING HIGHWAY
KYOTO, Japan (UPI)Shigeo
Tanaka is seriously thinking of
moving from his house at the bot bottom
tom bottom of an S-shaped curve off Hi Higashiyam
gashiyam Higashiyam Highway. In the last
two weeks, 10 motorcycles have
missed the turn and crashed into
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WASHINGTON COP') An Air
Force expert today trimmed
about a month from Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary 'Neil H. McEiroy's estimate
as to when tits big Atlas intereon intereonthientat
thientat intereonthientat ballistic missile Will be
combat ready.
The expert, Col. Carlo It. Tosti
of the Air Research and Develop Development
ment Development Command, gave the estiMate-at
a national convention on
Militant electronics, ParticipaMs
alschwere tolli about ,snooper eat eatellites
ellites eatellites which would ,make sneak
missile 'attacks ,impossible.
The Atlas 141tast,-been belai --PY"bugs",
which' resulted ,in ve
straight teet failures after a fairly
creditable sweetie record.
Tosti said the Air Force hoped
to have its first operational Atlas
"within the next month." Th at
would be late July or early Au AuMcElroy.
McElroy. AuMcElroy. said Sattutay at the
windup of, a top-level military
meeting at the,Quantito,,Va., Ma Marine
rine Marine Baas that the first Atlas was
not' expected t be on the firing
line until sometime in September.
The Defense Secretary said that
Rttssia also has been having trou trouble
ble trouble with its 5,000-mile rocket, how however,
ever, however, and that the 'United States
still ,maty Ite bt a neck,and neck
race with the Soilets to get the
Misaile ready for combat firing.
Tosti also said the Air Force
Dynasoar. a rocket-powered glider
designod to whip a man around
the world in a couple of hours,
will lead the way to space trans transports'
ports' transports' capable of "carrying us
from one point on the globe to an another
other another in a matter of minutes."
Rear Adm. Frank Birden, direc director
tor director of naval cominunications, fore foresaw
saw foresaw development of scientific
methods of surveillance w h eh
eventually will make the entire
world i village in which national
misbehavior will become almost
impossible.
Birden said this May totmd like
"a horrible invasion of privacy
but it will be more horrible to
those whci would break the
peace."

Girl's Cancer Death
tliy Have Triggered
Suicide Of Prince

MIAMI, Fla. (UPD 'Brooding
about the cancer death of a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Arabian girl may have been
behind the suicide of rich young
Arabian Prince Thamer
, Saud, who burned himself to
death in his bedroom here.
The 21-yeanold prince, who had
'1 $13.000 a month allowance, died
Saturday night after apparently
pouring a coffeepot full of taw
line 'over hiniself and strildng
snatch.'
'4k few hOurs before," accord..
ing to Ms landlord. Dr. R. not
Kama,' tlio prince hid shovm him
a girl's picture in an Arabian
roagazinr and commented in a
Iesisi" voice.
"'Why doctOr7 Why did she
' have to diewith cancer at such
a young age, when she was gifted
And had so much to live for?"
The girl ivas not iedentified.
, 'IThe orifice was a brother to the
, present King of Sauli Arabia and
one of 36 living Inns of former
Ring Ibn Saud.
EEE-PACED PATIENTS
LoNDON (INDThe West Sul Sulfolk
folk Sulfolk Federation, of Womens Dna
tute is asking the government to,
provide National Ilealth Service
doctors with soundproof walls. The
,, institute says that at present the
doctors' comments usually can be
, heard by everyone in the Waiting
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ut) kto 3.00() miles already promise
at least 15 minutes warning of
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ert Robert F. Wagner passed the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic buck today when Soviet
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By TED WILBER
With exactly 100 men and women golfers enter enterLg
Lg enterLg the list to qualify for the first animal ,Cafe Dunin
olf Tourney, the play in this ne 'eh tbittrittment
the Panama Golf Club seems assured of a com comiete
iete comiete success.

he advent of rain in recent
w eks over the fairways and
g ns at the Panama coarse re res
s res ted in very fine net scores in
b th men's flights as well as the
. la 'es' flight.
head was low net in the cham
pi nship flight with a net of 64,
It lowed by Bob Medinger with
6 and Colonel Hurr of Albrook
,. h 69. The cutoff in the first
fltght was 75, and of the seven,
prers with net .75's, five were
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h t-drawn to fill out the flight.
iv
T o of the 75's were not drawn,
a d were thus not listed for the
p irings.
the second men's nigh t,
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ke Maduro repeated his low
s ring to have a net 68, leading
.,- t 32 players in this flight. He
its followed by Campagnani and
E Jaen Guardia with 69's and
D lfer with 70.
the ladies' flight, young Lynn
J es paraded around the 18
h les to score a fine net 68. Her
c sest competitor was Jinny
n with 75.
' he complete qualifying lists
f low:
,
'irst Flight:
head 64, Medinger 67, Hurr 68,
'i H mbert Jr. 69, Jimmy Ridge 70,
Brun 70, Jimmy DesLondes Jr.
74, C. Paz Rodriguez 71, Paul Mo Moran
ran Moran 71, Mike Moreno 72, Sander
7 Morrice 72, Moho Aroseme Arosemen
n Arosemen 73, A. Paz Rodriguez 73, Ger Gertc
tc Gertc andeck 73, Mitten 73, Rey Val Val,
, Val, dqs 73, W. Hearne 73, Muller 73,
Nene Arias 74, Phiepoint 74,
Ktide 74, Billy Beeson 74, Dalton
74, Saarinen 74, Negro Arias 75,
C) Arosemena 75, Dr. Massot 75,
Timmy Jacks 75, Jimmy Des-1
1 ndes (Sr) 75. 1
econd Flight:
ike Maduro 68, C. Campagna Campagnani
ni Campagnani r. 69, E. Jaen Guardia 69,1
Bob Dilfer 70, Anderson 71, La-1
lo Arango 71, Holmes 72, G. Ga Galindo
lindo Galindo 72, Butzky 73, A. Arango 74,
Bob Rupp 74, Julio Valdes 74, Ro Rormagoza
rmagoza Rormagoza 741 Mullin 74, C. A. Sosa
, 75, A. Tapia 75, Mercer 75, Scrib Scribner
ner Scribner 75, Bob Chandler 78, E. de
, la Ossa 76, JoligitibBoyd 77, Wil Willis
lis Willis 77, Kent' i Mansfield 8,
Drum 78, Pah ad 79, J. R.
Garees 79, Capt. Hooberry 79, C.
Orillat 79, L. K. Baldwin 79,
Chick Kline 79, Paul Duran 81.
, The popular hermanos Duran
have announced that, as a spe special
cial special prize, all the players quail quailfying
fying quailfying in each flight will receive.
one potmd of Cafe Duran. Not
,k only a pound of Cafe Duran, quot quotes
es quotes hermano Pablo, but the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian players will receive the
,
Panama blend, and the North A Americans
mericans Americans will receive "American"
blend.
Playing for the beautiful silver
awards to be made to the win winner
ner winner and runner-up in each of the
-N, three flights, all lionatches will be
at 3-4ths the diffitence in handi handicaps,
caps, handicaps, match play. All matches,
which will be contested at 36
, holes in each of the three flights.
The semifinal and final round
36-hole matches may be played
on the Saturday and Sunday of
the weekend scheduled for the
last two rounds. The awards will
.
be made to the winners and runners-up
following the termination
of the final rounds.
. The schedule for the first round
matches, which should be com
0, pleted not later than Sunday, Ju Ju'
' Ju' ly 3, follows. All matches mot

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be posted not later than Sunday
evening of each weekend, at the
completion of each round.
Matches not played by each
Sunday will automatically de defaulted;
faulted; defaulted; no.matckes may be post postponed
poned postponed for.;eny'Illson (unless the
course is'declared closed by the
Tournament Committee, or other otherwise
wise otherwise by the Tournament Commit Committee
tee Committee only).
The winner of each witch is
responsible for to et tn g the
responsible for PV I t l'n g the
match.
Championship Flight: (Handi (Handicaps
caps (Handicaps from (1,113 ,115
Shead vs L. thandecIL P. Mo Moran
ran Moran vs Billy Beeson, Jimmy Ridge
vs Maurice Muller, M0110 Arose Arosemena
mena Arosemena vs Carla Aresemena, B.
Sander vs Al Saarinen, J. Des DesLondes
Londes DesLondes Jr. vs Ted Pierpoint, Ger Gerrang
rang Gerrang vs Tommy Jacks, Col. Hurr
vs Rey Valdet Bob Medinger vs
Mitten, Moreno vs Dalton, Le LeBrun
Brun LeBrun vs Nene Arias, A. Paz Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez vs Dr. Massot, Humbert,
Jr. vs W. Hearne, Morrice vs Ne Negro
gro Negro Arias, C. Paz Rodriguez vs
Capt. Kade, E. de la Guardia vs
J.0. Def Londes (Sr ).
Second Flight: (Handicaps from
12 to 24)
M. Maduro vs pr. Tapia, H.
Butzky vs P. Abed, Anderson vs
H. Willis, Romagoza vs L. K.
Baldwin, E. Jaen Guardia vs E.
de la Ossa,. Bob Rupp vs Capt.
Hooberr, Tolines 4 Mansfield,
Mullin vg Chandler, Campagna Campagnani
ni Campagnani Jr. vs Mercer, A. Arango vs
Garces, Lalo Arango vs Kent, S.
A. Sosa vs Chick Kline, Diller vs
Jorge Boyd, Julio Valdes vs 0-
rillac, Galindo vs Drum, Scrib Scribner
ner Scribner vs P. Duran.

Ladies' Flight:
Lynn Jones vs Ceci Heurtemat Heurtematte,
te, Heurtematte, Louise Jones vs Maggie Dal Dalton,
ton, Dalton, Pat Waring vs Rosie de la
Guardia, Alice French vs Bev
Differ, Jinny Senn vs Ceci P. fie
Remon, Nel lis Humphis vs A.
Harrington, Phyllis Mansfield vs
Sra. Ninomiyat Helen Owen vs
Hilda Mittidi
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Mizell, Cards 9 3 750
Antonelli, Giants 11 4 .73:,'
Newcombe, Reds 8 4 .667
Podres, Dodgers 8 4 .667
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Larsen.,Yank)14
Bhaw, White So
Me !Agit, Indians
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COLUIBUS.,14a. (UPI) Pete
Dawkins. Arrnys All-America foot football
ball football star and a Rhodes Scholar,
is scheduled to report to Ft. Ben Benning,
ning, Benning, Ga., soon for paratrooper
training. He trill undergo airborne
training hete'4efore departing for
England to study under his
Rhodesscholarship.

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Manuel Ycaza
Wins 4 Races;
Ussery Three
NEW YORK, Juno 30.---(UPI)
--Manuel Ycaze and Bobby Us Ussery,
sery, Ussery, two of the most successful
riders on tho New York Circuit
this season, accounted for sov soven
en soven victories behven them yos yosterday
terday yosterday to feature the Bolmont
racing program.
Yceza had four of the victo victories,
ries, victories, including both ends of a
$14.30 daily double. Hs scored on
Brickwork ($4.90) in the first
Make Sail ($4.30) in the socond,
Joe Jones ($2.80) in tits eight
and Taros King ($9.00) in the
ninth.
Ussery scored en Head Way
($630) in the third, Prize DIY
($8.70) in the, fourth and Judy
Jump Up in the featured allow allowance
ance allowance sprint for fillies and mares.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 175 official at bats)
National League
G AB
72 294
66 231
66 235
63 189
74 297
58 190
66 223
73 293
68 254
67 269
R H
54 112
40 80
49 81
26 64
52 100
36 64
37 74
48 94
43 81
40 85
Pct.
.381
.347
.345
.339
.337
.337
.332
321
.319
.316
Aaron, Mil.
White, St. L.
Gilliam, LA.
Cunn.
Cepeda, S.F.
Stuart, Pitt.
Logan, Mil.
Temple, Cin.
Boyer, St. L.
T. Tayl., Chi.
American League
Kuenn, Det. 68
Runnels, Bos. 68
Ka line, Det. 67
Fox, Chi. 71
Wood., Bal. 66
Mantle, N.Y. 65
Lopez, N.Y. 68
Will., K.C. 57
Allison, Wash. 71
Bridges, Det. 73
263
267
262
289
210
248
261
214
284
260
45 94
43 94
'44 90
39 94
27 67
52 78
43 77
31 63
47 83
25 76
.357
.352
.344
,325
.319
.306
.295
.294
.293
.292
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Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Demeter, Dodgers
,
AM1RICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Skowron, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Ka line. Tigers
Lemon, Senators
71
78
63
61
35
59
54
52
51
50
50
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Home Runs :
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinsop, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Stuart, Pirates
Cepeda, Giants
23
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21
17
16
16
16
16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wilhelm, Orioles
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
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Vowers following victory in the 0,000 added seven furlong Na Natjonal
tjonal Natjonal Red Cross Classic for two-year-olds. The son of Atabor Ataborksimbeta
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Margarita Junior
Basketball League

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nom m Standiri
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McGloin 3 0
Humphrey 3 1
Bosem a n 1 2
Tompkins 0 3
Top Ton High Scorers
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B. Gibson 30
J. McGloin 3 49
E. Donohue 3 42
J.' Boseman 2 41
D. Humphrey 3 37
H. ToMpkins 3
L. Palumbo 3 35
B. Weigle 2 28
Sanders 3 28
L. Hakanson 3 26
Tuesday June 23
Thd first game on Tuesday
night brought big Jim McGloin's
"Falions'" against Doti Htimphrity
"College Cristobal" in a fine round
MRA To Sponsor
Margarita July A
Celebration Events
The Margarita Recreation Pis Pissociation,
sociation, Pissociation, which has provided re recreation
creation recreation activities for many years
for children, teeners, and adults,
has announced two projects for
this week, election of officers
and a board of directors and
the anrstal sponsership of all
field events for the Fourth of July
celebration in Margarita.
Margaritans will have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to elect four officers
and eight members of the board
for a one year term tomorrow.
The voting will be held at the
Margarita Service Center during
the day and evening and it is ex expected
pected expected that the usual strong res response
ponse response from the public will be had.
For the Fourth the M.R.A. will
offer prizes for youngsters, teen teenagers
agers teenagers and grown-ups for the field
events it will conduct at t h e
South Margarita School. C
dren's events for both boys and
girls will be held from nine to
ieleven in the morning and the
adults will take over at that
time.
Adults and teener! will parti participate
cipate participate in egg-tossing and three threelegged
legged threelegged races for couples, sack and
ping pong on the spoon events
for men and for women and a
potato race for men.
There will be a 40 yard dash
and a 100 yard 4-man relay for
boys and for girls under nine
years of age, a 50 yard dash for
boys and for girls between 9 and
12 years; a 75 yard dash for
girls between 12 and 14, a 100
iyard dash for boys between 12
r and 14 and a 200 yard shuttle re relay
lay relay for girls between 9 and 14
Girls between 10 and 14 will
have a chance at the broad jump
and there will be a 3-legged race
for boys and for girls 9 to 10.
For boys 10 to 12 there willalso
be the eustomary potato bag
race.
The M.R.A. will give prizes to
the first three winners in each
race for the children, teeners and
adults. Everyone is invited to participate.

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ball contest. The first quarter
saw the Falcons jump off to a 2
point lead, 12-10.
With some fine play by the
College Cristobal team they were
able to keep the bigger team
sight--hall time-23-20. The third
quarter Big Jim got hot scoring
11 of his teams 19 points to pull
away 42-32.
Although outscored in the final
quarter the -Falcons had their'
lead and won out 56 to 47. A
The second game saw Bose Boserpan's
rpan's Boserpan's squad jump off to a first
period lead of 20 to 9, with the
help of some fine set shooting by
L. Palumbo and some lose ball
handling by the Tompkin's men.
The second quarter Saw some bet better
ter better 'ban. Leaving the floor' -at
half(' time Boasemail'38-23.' The'
biu-difference being L. Palumbo
16 points Pr Boseman's 14
points at th halt
The 'thiru saw a repeat
of the first Boseman's scoring 13
while the Tompkins men were
only able to net 4 points. The fi final
nal final score Boseman 59, Tompkin's
42.
High point man for the 'eve 'evening
ning 'evening was shared by the captains,
with 18 each.

The Kansas City Athletics scor scorThursday
Thursday scorThursday June 25 ed eight in the 10th inning to bettt
the Detroit Tigers, 10-3, in tbe
By far the best evening of At- I only other game in either league.
or Basketball this summer. The Errors by pitchers B a r n e y
ening game pitted Boseman's' &little and '''113011 SMith helpNI
id McGloin's Falcons. S o m e lhe Athletics-stage their big up uple
le uple shooting b) boseman was rising which also included dou douAched
Ached douAched by the Big men, McGloin bles by Kent Hadley and Ray
Id Gibson. The first quarter Boone and singles by Roger Ma Ma.
. Ma. Bud Daley, wile. worited 9 1-3 in inided
ided inided tied 13 up. The second ris, Bob Cerv and Frank House.
tarter, although a littler slow
. thee teams again matched flings, was- credited w i t h his
i'intshalf time score 23 all seeond defeat.

nior Basketball this summer. The,
opening game' pitted Boseman'a
and McGloin's Falcons. S o m
fine shooting b) boseman was
matched by the Big men, McGloin
and Gibson. The first quarter
ended tied 13 up. The second
quarter, although a littler slow slower,
er, slower, time teams again matched
pointshalf time score 23 all.
The third quarter opened with
Boseman's team still enjoying
their half time rest. Late in the
quarter Boseman was able to drop
in two quick baskets for a to total
tal total of 4 points for the 8 minutei
of rest. They never seemed to
come out of it and the Fa Icims
went on to win 47-38.
High man for the game was
Boseman with 23. Bill Gibson for
the winners with 20.
The final gime turned out to
be another fine contest after
what appeared to be a walk away.
The first quarter finished with
1 Humphrey's men on top by an
11 to 5 count. Don himself
counting fot 7 of them. The sec seclond,
lond, seclond, the ToMpkin's team closed
in by one ppint with the help of
some ine shooting by Weigle,
who hit the net for 10 points in
8 minutes. Half time 21,28,
Humphrey's team ahead.
The third and fourth quarters
were played on almost even
terms. The final score ending 54
Humphrey, 51 Tompkins. T h e
high score, however, for the eon eontest
test eontest was shared by Weigle and
Humphrey with 18 each.
Games are played each Tuesday
and Thursday. nights, double
headers on, each. The nubile is
invited to come up and watch
xnme fine round ball contest.
There is no admission charge.
Tuesday, June 30, will see Mc McGloin
Gloin McGloin vs. Tompkins Rama time
7 p.m. Night cap Humphrey vs.
Roseman.

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'Leave it to the Giants lespoil the
Podgers1 party!
!, Just when Walt Alston and his
-Los Angeles crew were beginning
to talk pennant, along Jcome, the
AiaMs to score a 6-4, 13-inning
'victory and end the longest win winning
ning winning streak of the year in the
National League at seven games.
- And so, instead of the Dodgers
'being in second place only a half
game behind the Milwaukee
-Braves, it's the Gianta in second
two percentage points ahead of
Los Angeles.
It was a typical, old-fashioned
Giant-Dodger game last night in
which five homers were hit, a
key player was injured in a freak
accident and the teams had to
battle three hours and minutes
before a decision was- reached.,
Thirteenth inning homers by
Jim Davenport and Willie Mays
finally broke it up and gave
, Mike McCormick his seventh
' victory of the year. McCormick
entered the game in tho ninth
inning and went the rest of the
way to best Stan Williams who
''took over from Sandy Koufax
in the 13th.
The victory may prove cost costly
ly costly to the Giants because slugging
first baseman, Orlando Cepeda
was struck in the, face by a liner
oft Willie Kirkland'u bat in the
13th and was taken to Daniel
Freeman HospitaL
The- Puerto Rican was crouch crouching
ing crouching in the "on deck", circle when
Kirkland's liner hit him. He left
the field under his own power but
X-rays, will be taken et the hos hos'pital.
'pital. hos'pital. ,
A crowd of 44,771 at Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles saw the Giants take a 1-0
lead in the first inning on a lead leadoff
off leadoff homer by ,Davenport only to
have the Dodgers' ,Kayo Jack
Sanford for a 2-1 lead in their
half of the frame. Kirkland's 13th
'homer with Mays on base put
San Francisco ahead in the top
of the third but the Dodgers re re'tired
'tired re'tired the score on Gil Hodges'
14th round-tripper a blow which
stretched Gil's ,bitting streak to
"14 games.
Stu Mil le't and Roger Craig
then pitched shutout ball until
the ninth when Jackie Brandt
tripled home a run that apparent apparently
ly apparently gave the Giants the win. But
once again, the Dodgers bounced
back and tied the score when Jim
Gilliam crossed on Carl Furl llo's
osacrifiee3Opli and tbm'e it stood
DaVenp8rt't ita '4 Mays' con connected
nected connected in the 1301.
lt was only Mays' llth homer
of the campaign but four of
them have been hit against the
Dodgers. The Giants' 42-33 rec record
ord record gives them a .560 percent percentage
age percentage while -the 4Dodgers1 43.34
markleaves'Ithem at 358. Each
is 1 1.2 gamer behind t h
Braves.
Foul Tip Kripcks
Cepda, round;
Suffers Sciie. Jaw
LOS ANGELES, June 30 (UPI)
Orlando Cepeaa, San Francisco
first baseman, had a sore jaw to today
day today but lipparently nothing more
serious after being knocked down
last night by a foul ball in the
Los Angeles Dodgers-San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Giants game.
Cepeda was taken to D niel
Freeman Hospital,in nearby Ingle Inglewood
wood Inglewood after the mishap and X-rayed.
A hospital- spokesman said
there was no fracture and Cepe Cepeda
da Cepeda was allowed to return to his
hotel roam.
hotel room. ;
Me foul drive came in the 13th
inning off the bat of teammate
Willie Kirkland while Cepeda was
standing on the deck circle. lie
'crumpled to the grottnd when the
ball caught him on the right side
of the jaw, ;ad the game wls
halted momentarily while win winers
ers winers and the whole Giant squad
crowded round him.
The plucky player seemed to
recov,er quitkly and only minutes
later joked kwith players as he
sat in the dugout before being
token, td the' hospital.
Th 'Giants Nijent on to Will the
game that same inning-6-4.
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National,. Leal
TEAMS W L P
Milwaukao 42, 30
San Francisco 42 33
Los Any las 43 34
Pittsburgh 38 37
Chicago -36 36 .5
St. Louis 34 38 .4
Cincinnati 32 ,41 .4
Phi ladalphia 26 44 .3:
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Philadelphl,
St. Louis at Chicago
Milwaukee at Cincinnati'
San Feo. at Los Angeles (
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13 Innings
(Night Gam.)
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Star AiStar balloting proved conclusive y
today how the mighty have
whether your particular batill
of muscles involves the New YOE
Yankees or such fading 'stars
Ted Williams and Stan Musial.
The All-Star teams, for the sec second
ond second year, 'were selected by tbe
men who know What, they're do doing.
ing. doing. They took it away from the
fans, who were stuffing variou;
ballot boxes, and put it in the
hands of the players, managers
and coaches.
The results were a revelation.
The Yankees, long' the scourge
of the American League, placed
only Moose AlKwrono on ;Met 4iglit
team.
Williams received only 10 votes
which left him far out of the run running.
ning. running. ONL YTHREE FOR MUMCAL
And Musial obtained a paltry
three votes,, each of which tolled
a requiem in their loneliness.
The results of the balloting, as
far as the once murderous Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were concerned, was a tip off
on the state of affairs in the cur current
rent current American League race. It
showed the growing disdain with
which the Yankees invidividually
are regarded even though the
team has started to look like a
faint carbon copy of those runa runaway
way runaway clubs of the past.
SkolArron won in a walk among
the American League first base basemen,
men, basemen, tabbing 153 votes against 72
for runnerup Vie Power of Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. But from there on, as far
as the Yankees were rated, the
world champions didn't come off'
too well.
Mickey Mantle was no better
than second choice among AL
centerfielers, Ills 100 votes losing
by 18 to Detroit's Al Ka line. This
may be explained partially by a
search for. defensive strength in
this one section of the bail park
but the vote speaks for itself.
And that took care of the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. BERRA RUNS THIRD
Yogi Berra, once compared with
such as Mickey Cochrane and Bill
Dickey, received only 20 votes as
Baltimore's Gus Triandos won Lhe
AL catching berth with 171 while
Chicago's Sherm Lollar wits sec second
ond second with 29. A split ticket may
have damaged Yogi because Els Elston
ton Elston Howard received 11 votes but
the handwriting looks startlingly
large on the wall.
Gil McDougald,, known the last
few years as the title man ofAhe
Yankee infield and his own mates'
"most valuable player," was able
to collect only four votes witiv a
scant three each for Norm Sie Siebern
bern Siebern and Tony Kubelt.
In contrast, counting the men
the players themselves voted ditto
the first and second teamspitch teamspitchers
ers teamspitchers asideCleveland, Detroit and
Chicago each had three represen
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5 Boston, A' 31',38 -4.443 812
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tatives. Cleveland had Minnie AM
noso and Rocky Colavi start.'
ing outfielders and Power on the
reserves. Detroit put Keine..
among the starters with Rocky:, ''
Bridges and Kuenn in reserve,..-
Chicago hit the first team 'walk
Nellie Fox and Luis Aparicio
rhile Lollar is the secen4 team
atcher , ).,1 l'P'
So much for tdhe mighty.
And individually, you have to
give a sigh for Williameand,Igul,.'
'1'he two-time batting, chant-
pion front Boston at 41 wits even",
mentioned in the same vOting
breath with Minos and,,:iyashing and,,:iyashing;ton'a
;ton'a and,,:iyashing;ton'a Jint 'Lemon, They,"ftw'143
and.'36 votes respectively.'Ted'a
10 look mighty small in corapati7:,it
sonand who ever thought they'd-1
see the day. ,,
Thin look at Stan the Idatetast
year he led them all with 201,
votes. This year three. This Ulna,.
it was San Francisco's Qrlandq;
Cepeda with 181
Frank Robinson' with Sr noth;',
ing goes on forever. The Yankees',
as well as Musial, can tell "you
that.
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After all, one year ago today,,x
those embattled and erstwhill,o.
Bronx Bombers were leading WI,
American League by a 'fat and
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DETROIT, June 30 (1.IPI)-0111V
fielder Al Ka line of the Detrod
Tigers was to be released ,today
from Henry Ford 'Hospital wheel!
he underwent corrective Burger
for a cheekbone fracture. .7,
.
Dr. Leslie Mitchell, who 'per;
formed the operation yesterdart
said Ka line and ,,his booming bat
may be back in the betroit lines
up by Thursday and definitely ni
later than the Feurth of July. I
Ka line VMS struck by a ball
throws by Baltimore's -BHP:
Gardner June 18 and was out of,-
aelion for six days. He undert,,,,
went surgery in Baltimore after t
the accident, but doctors here de-
eided a second operation Vas
eessary because Reline still -suf t
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tTP THE' AltChiciigo White Sox shorscstop tuts Aparicio
leaps high to avoid sliding yankee John Blanchard in the
third inning of the first Yankee-White Sox game at Comiskey
Park yesterday. Rightfielder Blanchard was forced at second
On Mickey Mantle's slow roller tA) White Sox second baseman
Nellie Fox. Chicago boat New York ,9-2 in the first game and
4-2 in the second.

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'Alejandro Perez topPed the list
of suspensions with an eigh meet
entorced vacation for carrying
Sie'., y Medio wide with Ali in
Si'urday's tenth race.
The, only other rider penalized
W115 Gilberto Montero who got a,
$5 fine for dropping his Whin
while riding Joyero in Saturday's
firt race.
Sunfair and ',ober la, which bled
from the nostrils during Satur SaturdaY's
daY's SaturdaY's first race were both sus suspende
pende suspende ter tWo 'meets each.
bac manager Pablo A. Tha;-
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tro-'T IV, Or rthing 4
Blae ,13e -,fri;ni S'a ur ay's Ulu.
rate when Black Bee's groom re refused'
fused' refused' to wear the uniform furnish furnished'
ed' furnished' by the racetrack for grooms I
oft racing days. 1
',Crews Hill,- which refused to
start for the third consecutive
fin we' suspended inclefinitit inclefinititii
ii inclefinititii by the. ,,stewerds. His case,
etas' referred, to the Panama
Gambling Control Board for a
definite ruling.
lichen, which is being allow allowed
ed allowed to race for a maximum of
five -tintes excluded from the bet bettitig.
titig. bettitig. in an entry or in a field. re refused
fused refused for the second time under
these conditions. He will be al

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lowed to refuse three more times
before being ruled off.
Quien Sera was scratched from
Sunday's fourth race by t h e
track's veterinarian after s h e
was found to be suffering from
diarrhea and fever. She was
placed-under the care of the race racetrack's
track's racetrack's veterinary clinic.
Playboy, which was found to
be slightly lame from a pain in
his left foreleg tendo n, was
scratched from Sunday's ninth
race by the vet.
Antonio Jordan has been givise
it vieturtbilro ofolhettith by the
Jrack's physician. Jordan was un under
der under suspension because of poor
health. He niay resume riding
this week.

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Mi Deseo's easy victory yester yesterday
day yesterday indicates that the highly rat rated
ed rated Argentine colt has finally
rounded into hii best form and
Will be a dangerous contender
Satilrday in the $3,000 Rdded one
mile and one-quarter Fourth of
July Classic.
Mi Deseo breezed to a four fourlength
length fourlength vicory in 1:20 for seven
furlongs. Bob. Constantino and
Buen Mom II are the horses Mi
Deseo will have to heat if he is
to register his first local classic
victory,

--ono--
Manuel Ycaza did it again.
Last Saturday, the classy Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian reinstran booted In'ention In'entionally
ally In'entionally to a world record-tying 1:If1-5
for' tip,. mil, in the t55 Onn
Warren Wright Memorial mile
race at Washington Park in Chi Chica
ca Chica go.

Calumet Farm's On-And-On, co cofavorite
favorite cofavorite Nvith Intentionally and
ridden by Steve Brooks, was sec second..
ond.. second.. It was th-. fourth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive that Ycaza had ridden R win winner
ner winner in a stakes race worth 50,-
000 or more.

On--
Two hiahly racwi throuahkr-ds.
Pretoria! and Bien, arrivod last
Saturday from Lima. csoru.
Preorial. avow' bY Joss Roo,-
lio (Pinky) Arias, anti Rion,
fho nversrtY of Robort S. (Bob)
Lawlor, both have scored vie.
tortes over the sonsational thros

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Sports Briefs

The 1959 edition of the Elk's
ennual Fourth of July Swimming
meet will take place next Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, July 4, in the Gamboa Po.,1-
All activities will be under the
direction of that grand old pa
triot of Gamboa, Charles J. Con Connor,
nor, Connor, with the assistance of ntany
,volunteer Ellts who will serve as
meet officials.
Many swim stars of past years
have already Signed up for the
big aquatic event and it is antici anticipated
pated anticipated that many unsung water watersprites
sprites watersprites will put in appearances.
The Armed Forces will be repre represented
sented represented by many of the military
lads who will be on hand to dis display
play display their aquatic skill.
Events have been set up to in in,
, in, elude boys and girls and man
and women in all ages from tod toddlers
dlers toddlers to adults. Competitition will
be held in the breast stroke, the
back stroke, butterfly, and free
style. Children under eight years
of age will be restricted to par participation
ticipation participation in the free style events.
The meet will be operated un under
der under A.A.U. rules although mem membership
bership membership in that organization is
not required. Cups will be a awarded
warded awarded to the winners first and
second places while the third
placers will receive medals.
An entry blank can be picked
up at any of the U.S. Gymna Gymnasiums
siums Gymnasiums or pools. All entrus must
be in the hands of meet officials
by 8 p.m., July 1. This Annual e event
vent event is a part of the extensive
Youth Activities Program of the
Benevolent and Protective Order
.of Elks, Lodge 1414 Balboa, C.Z.

DEMAESTR1 INJURED
KANSAS art (UP1)--Shortstop
Joe Demaestri will be lost
to the Kansas City Athletics for
several days because of an in injured
jured injured ankle. Demaestri was hit by
a ball in practice Saturday night
and the ankle stiffened during the
game. It was swollen Sunday and
he Ias 4treqd rito ALout3be.game,
wfth the.Washiilgton Eenatorn.

year-old Bob at the San Felipe
racetrack.
Gilberto Vasquez, brother of
former saddle star Alfredo Vas Vasquez
quez Vasquez who has been forced into
retirement because of a shoulder,
injury, is, back 'on As Isthmus
since last Saturday. Vasquez, who
over 50 races during the pat two
years at the Hipodromo de las
Americas and Tijuana, is unde undecided
cided undecided whether to ride here before
returning to Mexico.
o0o
Many turfites, including this
writer, are of the opinion that
the wrong jockey was suspended
after Saturday's tenth race in
which Ali scored a big upset. A Alejandro
lejandro Alejandro Perez, who guided Ali to
victory, was penalized with eight
meets for allegedly "taking Siete
y Medici (Baeza up) wide on the
stretch turn and in the homestretch."

It appeared to us that All
was always more than a knath
in front of Siete y Medi extent
in the last few yards of the
race. Therefor, how could All
possibly have taken Stele y
Mafia wide?

We have always been an ar ardent
dent ardent and outspoken Baeza fan
but, in this case, it is our opi opinion
nion opinion that there has been a mis miscarriage
carriage miscarriage of justice. It appeared
to us that Baez did his best not
to win yet succeeded in convine convineing
ing convineing a few neople that he was try--
ing to win.

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". .And the unvanquished
shall fall." Thus Riley's league.
leading hoopsters lived up to the
age old parabel and suffered not
only their first loss of the season
but their second, in last week's
play in the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government Basketball League.
These two consecutive losses
by "The Gentlemen" throws the
league race into a much closer
contention between the other
three quintets, with only two
games separatingthe league lead leader
er leader and the eller dwellers. Abdiel
Flynn's Vagabonds wre the first
to wipe the name of "undefeat "undefeated",
ed", "undefeated", from the team standings by
edging the Riley hoopsters in a,
very close, hard-fought 74-72 vic victory.
tory. victory. The score was'36-36 at h a 1 f ftime,
time, ftime, but with 6' 5" "Grillo" Re-.
yes controlling both backboards
and hitting consistently from the
free-throw line, the Vagabonds
mitintained a slight edge in the,
'aeon thrOughoutA the' total second
half. And in a ,real thriller, the,
fighting VagabOnds prevailed as
'the buzzer went off, ending the
game and inflicting the first loss
upon the Rileymen.
, Leading the victorious Vagabons
'in the scoring column was Big
,Griyo Reyes with 21 big points,
including 7 free-throws; and the
leagues leading individual scorer,
Raymond "Moss" Nesbitt with 20
markers in the scoring race. A Alain
lain Alain it was the Rileymen's "Big
1Three" who led the losers in the
scoring column, with Jack Peran Perantie
tie Perantie hitting the cords for 18 points,
closely followed by anny Wink lo losky
sky losky with 17 points and Bob Best
with 14 for the good.
To add further grief to the Ri Rileymens
leymens Rileymens earlier def ea t, the
week's biggest upset took place
in the last game of the week
when Bill Delamater's Veteran's
stunned the league-leading Gentle Gentlemen,
men, Gentlemen, and sent them down to
their second straight defeat by
la 56-54 score.
' Eager to recoup their loss ear earlier
lier earlier in the week, the Gentlemen
Set out to make short work of the
'Veteran's. But, with desire to
Isbove the-Rileymen further down
In the loss column, utilizing a
'highly effective fast-break offense,
the Veterans took a 29-22 lead at
lhalf-time, and a lopsided eye-opening
51-30 lead at the end of
the third quarter.
In an amazing display of shoot shooting
ing shooting accuracy, the Gents counter countered
ed countered the Veteran's time-consuming
tactics by hitting the hoop for 24
points in the fourth and last quar quarter
ter quarter while the Veterans were gar garnering
nering garnering only 5 points in the scor

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CONTRASTPanama bantaii, .:ght contender'Toto Marra (left)
grins confidently, while, ranking Cuban 118-pound Manuel Ar Armenteros
menteros Armenteros appears 'dejected, es both boxers await the verdict after
their thrilling ten-round bout at the- ()Wrote Stadium Sundav
night. Ibarra got' the nod' rem one judge and the referee. while
the other judge voted a draw, to cop a split tecision. The victory
was Toto's third since coming back from retirement under the
tutelage of trainer Audrey (Colo) Woodruff. (Photo Mendoza)

Riley Quintet Suffers First
Losses In Government League

ing column. Bkt, with the score
tied 54-54 with eight seconds left
to play, stylish Wally Trout Zak Zaked
ed Zaked a shot and passed to forward
Bert Joyce who hit with a shot
from the side with just two sec seconds
onds seconds remaining on the clock, to
give the Veterans a well-earned
58-54 victory and send the Dela.
meter quintet into a tie for sec second
ond second place in the league standings.
Leading the Veterans in the
scoring was Walter Trout with
19 points closely followed by Bert
Joyce with 16 points, and George
"Lefty" Tocherman with 11 mark markers
ers markers for the evening's play. Lead Leading
ing Leading the losers was wee 'Ill Donny
Alexander with 18 points and
Jack Perantie with 17
points.
In another thriller, with 2 sec seconds
onds seconds remaining, Fred Raybournc
hit with a 25-foot one-hander as
the buzzer went off ending the
game to give his teammates the
winning points in a hard earned
67-67 victory over Flynn's Vaga Vaga,
, Vaga, bonds.

Leading the victorious Execu Executives
tives Executives was Roy Culbreth with t7
points,, Doug "Jugiping",,,PaiRlE
with, 416-- points cli na center Fred
Raybourne with 14 for the good
side. The hard-fighting Vagabonds
were led in the scoring column
by Oscar "Small One" Kouraney
with 18 points, "Moss" Nesbitt
with 16 points and the Flynn
'hoopster's leading rebound ace,
3ill Joyce, with 16 points.
Bill Delamater's Veterans won
their second game of the week
with an impressive 66-60 win over
Dick Gayer's Executives. Again
it was the able and consistent
Wally Trout who led the victors
in the scoring with 18 big points,
and again Trout was closely fol followed
lowed followed by Bert Joyce with 16
points for the good side in the
scoring column. Roy Culbreth
led th losing Exec cause with a
commendable 21 points, closely
followed by his flashy c,aptain
Dick Gayer with 14 points an
Doug Pajak with 13.
In the individual scoring race.
the league's No. 1 scorer, Ray
Nesbitt, cracked the cen tury
mark to be the first one thus far
this season to score 100 points.
The Gent's Jack Perantie jump jumped
ed jumped from the number four posi position
tion position from the number six position.

A new face is seen for the first
time in the league's top ten scor scorers
ers scorers in the person of the Exec's
Roy Culbreth who is tied -With
teammate Doug Pajak. The
league-leading Gent's Donny Alex Alexander
ander Alexander still has the leagues best
points-per-game average with a
sizzling 19 points a game aver.
age per game. As the season pro progresses.
gresses. progresses. it now can be said that
the teams have been "leveled"
and now the championship is up
for any of .the four competing
'quintets. The play displayed this
past week is substantial proof to
that prediction.
This week's games:
Monday: Flynn vs. Delamater.
Tuesday: Riley vs. Gayer.
Wednesday: Flynn vs. Riley.
Thursday: Geyer vs. Delameter.
Ten Top Scorers
Playor G Pts.
Nesbitt, Ray (F) 6 109
Perantie, Jack (R) 6 92
Joyce, Bert (D) 24
Winklosky, Dan (R) 6 30
Trout, Wally D)( 5 80
Tocherman, George (D) 5 79
Alexander, Don (R) 4 76
Mak, Doug (G) 5 71
Culbreth, Roy (G) 4 73
Best, Bob (R) 8 09
Gayer, Dick (G) 4 64
Carratini, C. (F) 5 64
Raybourceo Fred (G) 6 SO

GIANTS FARM SHIPLEY

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)---Jee
Shipley, a right handed rookie
pitcher with the San Francisco
Giants, was shipped to the Phoe Phoenix
nix Phoenix farm club in the Pacific Coast
League today on 24-hour rc;all
Shipley, who had no record with
the Giants, appeared in 18 games
and had an earned run average

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BALBOA MUMS LIAOLIE
The summer sessions of the
Balboa Mixed League con tinue
every tomorrow 6vening, it the
Balboa Bowler-ama.
The last two Wednesday meet meetings
ings meetings featured blind and hodge hodgepodge
podge hodgepodge types of bowling. In the
nlind bowling test, a curtain was
drawn across the lanes, thus
obstructing the bowler's vision
from seeing the pins. Tinis the
bowler was forced to roll front
memory or "spot" bowl.
The curtain was no obstacle to
Raul Alvarado or Vic Ortiz, be because
cause because both scored 500 scratch Fe Feries,
ries, Feries, Raur beating Vic 515. In the
women's division, Ginny Deveau
lugged the loot av4Y--,
The hodge-podge eveSt. consist consisted
ed consisted o f three different 'types of
kegling. First was the "head-pin."
The bowler had one ball to knock
off the headpin. If the nead neadpin
pin neadpin remained standing and all of
the other nine pins were down,
the bowler scored a big zero
The next round consisted of a
game that all duffer bowlers have
been advocating for de cade s,
namely getting two tries to pick
up the spares, instead of the cus customary
tomary customary one throw.
Concluding the night's fun was
a round of "splits." For every
split the tosser of the rubber ball
received a bonus of ten to his
score. As an additional bonus. ten
pins were given for every con conversion
version conversion of a split to a spare. Just
when the keglers were trying
to get the splits, the splits refus refused
ed refused to come up.
Vic Ortiz took the honors an
the award for the men in the
hodge-podge, and Helen Glud for
the women.
Tomorrow, the Balboa Mixed
Leaguers will hold their annual
Handicap Sweepstakes.

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waivers on 35-year-old pitcher
Russ Meyer for the purposa of
giving the veteran hurler his un
conditional release. lie pitched 21
innings and gave up 22 hits and
II earned runs for the A's this
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1 Resorts
Fester cottages, between Santa
Clara and Rio Nato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866
Baletwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
PHILLIPS Oceantmt Cottages
Santa Clara It. de P. Pitons Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Crittobal 1-1673.
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IHouses I
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom residence,
prevoiusly occupied by Bolivian
Minister in Ecuador A v No
28. Livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, office, two bathroom,
maid's room with service, wash
tubs, garage, inside patio, hot
water in all services, direct tele telephone
phone telephone line. For inspection, ,see
at Ecuador Avenue No. 30 or Fri Fribrega
brega Fribrega at 29 East Street, rear Mer Mercado
cado Mercado Vasco.
FOR RENT:Large chalet with
scabious grounds and outbuild outbuildings.
ings. outbuildings. Suitable for residence or
business. Tel. 3-7307.
FOR RENT: Recently-painted
thatet, situated on high terrain,
very cool, well lighted, two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. White house, End of Via
Espalia beside Radio Miramar.
Call Panami 2-1155 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT:Recently built cha chalet,
let, chalet, three bedrooms, hot water,
air conditioner. 7th. Street No.
11 corner SOth, Street, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. "OR RENT: Completely tur turmilked
milked turmilked chalet, 2 bedroom, living
o o m, diningroom, kitchen,
itiatill room, garage, etc. $1175.
05th. Street No. 41. Tel. 3-
.4994.
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Rooms
4:flt RENT: Urge furnished
rooms. inquire Peru Ave. No.
34. atter 5 o.m
10It RENT:Large bright fur furonishcd
onishcd furonishcd resin, independent en entrance,
trance, entrance, semi-private bath. Via Es Eslash
lash Eslash y Pereiil (Bella Vista). call
3-1081.
tommerdal Sites
FOR R 1 N T:Office space,
Mercedes building, above Avenida
Balboa's Post Office, with terrace
floors, acoustic ceiling, private
bathroom. watchman, very rea reasonable
sonable reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054.
Rbchester's Keegan
First Hurler To Win
T!in Game,s, In 1.1.
NEW YORK, June 30 (UM
Aighthander Bob Keegan of the
Rochester Red Wings became the
first International League pitcher
to reach the 10-victory mark this
season when he hurled the Wings
to ;4-1 victory over the Miami
Marlins last night at Rochester
. The former American League
star, returning to form after he heing
ing heing routed in his last two starts,
se ttered four hits and blanked
th Marlins afer hey nicked him
fo a Isingle run in the first in
ning. Gene Green provided the
yriargin of victory with a bases basesempty
empty basesempty homer in the fifth inning.
Ilhe win enabled the second
pla e Red Wings to remain I NV i r ran
an ran -a-half games behind the pace pacemet
met pacemet ing Buffalo Bisons, who top
pe Havana, 5-2, in last night-
on1S, other action. Homers by Don
Landrum and Jack Phillips nelp nelped
ed nelped :Chris Short to his eighth win
of ithe year at Buffalo, although
11,,, 'needed relief from Don Erick
sort when the Cubans rallied for
two runs in the ninth.

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FOR RENT:Complettely fur furfurnished
furnished furfurnished apartment, 2 bedroom,
livingroom, diningroom, large
porch. Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware. Exclusive
revidential section. Bella Vista.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT:--Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive two bedroom apartment.
With all conveniences, near Pan Panama
ama Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre. Tel.
3-0702.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment or furnished room.
Best residential section. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:Furnitiledi or unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished apartment in Cangreio,
two bedroom, maid's room with
service. garage. hot water. Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro Street, La Caste lia liana
na liana Building. Tel. 2-2883 or 3-
'318
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment bedroom, livingroom, din diningroom.
ingroom. diningroom. kitchen. $85.00. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Phone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:Luxurious apart apartment,
ment, apartment, American style in the best
residential sector. Two bedrooms,
porch, beautiful, living-dining
room, kitchen, laundry room,
maid's room. Phone 3-1107 from
9 :00 a.m. to 12 nosskand 1:00
p.m.to 6:00 p.m.
FOR RENT: Cangreio: Fully
furnished modern cool one room
apartment, hot water, balcony,
garage, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, well ventilated
Miami blinds. two bedroom, with
closets, livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, refrigerator, stove, hot
water, balcony. 43rd. Street No.
27, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:-A,Campletely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two bedrooms,
two bathe, livingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, kitchen, front and back
porches, maid's bath, garage and
hot water. Edificio La Aurora,
55th Street corner of Via Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, Apartment No. 3, El Can Cangreio.
greio. Cangreio. Available for two months.
Call 3-6870 of 3-,4891.
,
FOR FtENT:c 'Two Imdroom
apartment, one with air condi conditioner.
tioner. conditioner. livingroom, diningroom,
hot water connection. El Cangre Cangreio.
io. Cangreio. Tel. 3-3052.
FOR RENT:--2nd, floor Duplex,
three bedroom, Ito water, large,
cool, new and garaign. El Cangre CangreJo.
Jo. CangreJo. Tgli 3-6589, z-
FOR RENT:Modern furnished
apartments. 51 St. number 30.
Call 3-6480 or 4-1449.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious;
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs, garage, etc.
Djrect line telephone installation.
so difficult to get now. Very cool.
Enquire beside Guatemalan Em Embassy
bassy Embassy on 51 Street.
Contest Day
At Matrarita
Wednesday was "contest day"
at Margarita. Prizes were award awarded
ed awarded for archery, foul shooting,
bingo and chess.
Billy McLeod, Robert Will, Les Leslie
lie Leslie High ley, Hugo Tompkinsd an
Nancy Hopkins were the lucky
winners in the archery shoot.
The foul shooting contestants
were divided ituo their leagues
and first and second high men
wore awarded prizes. LA) J. Wal Walnio,
nio, Walnio, G. Irving (Ili L. Tompkins,
B. Walker WI L. Iligh lev, R. San Sanders
ders Sanders MI Tern Tobin J..) P. Mc McBride,
Bride, McBride, B. McLeod.
Challenge contests were held
all day Wednesday for quiet
games, pingo cong and tennis.
MONEY NO OBJECT
LONDON A thief
broke into Mrs. G. thixtable's
today. ignored money and val valuables.
uables. valuables. but walked off with two
rut glass dishes of fresh fruit and
a brand-uew set of curtains Mrs
Ituxtable had just put up.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
,Governmetit Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES ITP TO 36 Mo.
On nPIV cars
I AGENCY DEH LINGER 1
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All TTves of Auto Insurance
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CARDS SIGN DUNN
CHICAGO ULMBilly Dunn, a
rookie quarterback from South( rn
Methodist University, has signed
his first pro cont ract with t
Ohicago Cardinals of the National
Fool League. Dunn, the sk v
enth quarterback signed by the
Cardina ls, coin pleted 34 of 69
passes for SMU last fall for a
gain of 481 yards.

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AGENTS

IAutomobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
88, power steering, hydramatic
and radio. iSS75. Balboa 6378 or
6444. 7:30 3:30.
FOR SALE:--1957 Pontiac two
door hardtop, Superchiet two
tone, white side walls, other ex extras.
tras. extras. Call 84-5129 or see at
Qtrs. 861-D Fort Kobbe.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to
1953 Plymouth or Chevrolet, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2029-A, phone 83-6172.
RSONALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A' DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
GEORGE D. BARB It., HI.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho-Kinesiology,
14-49 Ave. 13. Estudiante,
2B, 9 to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 2-
3985. 8v aPpointment.
Ike May Get Right
To Hike Interest
On Govt. Bonds
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Ways and Means Com Committee
mittee Committee today tentatively approved
a Democratic plan to give Presi President,
dent, President, Ike. discretionary author authority
ity authority to eliminate fhe interest ceil ceilings
ings ceilings on government bonds.
Under the plan, the President
would he authorized to eliminate
the ceiling when he felt such a
move would be "in the national
interest." TVe responsiblTity for
ar interest rate hike would thus
be placed on the administration.
The Democratic proposal i a
modified version of the Presi President's
dent's President's request He sought outrigt
repeal of the present 412 per cent
limit on long-term federal bonds
and the 3.26 per cent ceiling on
the savings bonds purchased by
Tillions of Americans through
ayroll deductions.
The administration's proposal
was designed to make these se securities
curities securities more attractive to inves investors
tors investors who now are able to get a
better return on private securi securities.
ties. securities. Committee members said they
had not yet decided whether to
make the President's discretion discretionary
ary discretionary authority permanent or to
write a cut-off date into their
plan.
Committee Chairman Wilbur D.
Mills tD-Ark.) and Treasury Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Robert B. Anderson were
reported to have reached agree agreement
ment agreement on the modified plan during
conferences in the nast few days.
It was understood that Ander Anderson
son Anderson took the position he would
nrefer enactment of the adminis administrntion's
trntion's administrntion's original proposal but,
railing to get that, he would ac accept
cept accept the alternate plan.
Chorrrilln Church's
Chorrera Outing
'rhe Younc4 Peonies Lea Frue of
the Pentescostni Fnirth Church
of God. Chorrillo, is schedulin
July 4 outing to El Traneehi Traneehito.
to. Traneehito. near Chorrera.
Ruses will leave the church 0
',kith Street West. Chorrillo.
7.30 a m.. returning at 5.30
rn.
Tickets Rt. 80 cents for adulho
and 5n conts for children mnY
be bought from any member of
the church.
I
NO110; In (ONTRAnoRs
MOBS
INV! FATION TO BID
The American Legion Club.
Post No. 1, Inc., proposes to
make certain changes and
alterN ions to the building
occupied by them at Fort
Amador, Canal Zone.
These changes will consist
mainly of Construction of
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 nsm July 30,
1959.
The club reserves the right
to relect anv or all bids.
P. L. ROLAND
Contracting Of ficer
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LIBRERIA ERITORIAL CARIBE
21-42 "Pt' Avenue. Tol. 2-5474
B I d Hotel International
BIBLES, CHRISTIAN LITERA LITERATURES.
TURES. LITERATURES. Evangelical Records.
FOR SALE :Gasoline driven
electric plant, 9kv, 110220
volts. 1 phase. S250.00 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3630.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
331 discount On all fishing
tackles. This is not a sale, but
permanent reduction of price.
ABERNATHY, S.A.
Across side street from II Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel.
AIR CONDITIONERS
DUTY FREE FROM OUR STOCK
IN THE COLON FREE ZONE
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE.
FROM $179.50 UP.
ERA, S. A. Tel. 3-7895
P. O. Box 910 Panama
FOR SALE:Mahogany counter
with cashier's cage and chair Ilit
21 ft., very appropiate for office
or store, also 3 show sssss and
3 piece living room set, Colon
Motors, 10th. St. Colon.
FOR SALE:-9 passenger 1954
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Cochran, Byram High School whiz
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to the state class C baseball
crown this spring, has been signed
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zation. organization. Cochran will report to the
Orioles' Bluefield, W. Va., farm
club in this Class D Appalachian
League this week.

Two Escape
In Watered-Down

WASHINGTON (1J13I)A House HouseSenate
Senate HouseSenate conference committee
today approved a watered -down
version, of a proposal to impose
a $50,000 ceiling on price support
loans on each crop grown by any
one farmer.
The provision, however, would
give big growers two escape
hatchesneither of which had
been included in earlier Senate
and House moves to tighten up
on the government's multi-billion
dollar farm price support outlays.
It also would exclude sugar and
wool.
The conferees took the action
in approving a $4,686,600,000 mon money
ey money bill to finance farm spending
and loans dt.r;ng the 12 months
starting tomorrow. The meas measure,
ure, measure, cut about 78 million dollars
below President. Eisenhower's re request,
quest, request, went back to the full House
and Senate for approval.
Rep. Jamie Whitten (D-Miss)
chairman of the House Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee
attempted to get action on the
compromise without waiting for
the usual 24-kur delay.
Rep. Walter IL Judd (11-Minn)

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Stopgap Federal Airport Aid Bill
Counters GOP Spendthrift Charges

0
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower today signed
into law a stop-gap federal airport
aid bill which congressional Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats deliberately had tailored to
meet Republican "budget-busting"
charges.
The President vetoed a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic airport bill last year. He
found only one major fault with
the new legislation, which would
continue federal aid to airports at
an annual rate of 65 million dol dollars
lars dollars for the next two years.
He said in t statement that the
measure treats Alaska as a ter territory
ritory territory rather than a state which
would cost it about half the funds
it otherwise would teceive. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower called for "prompt corree correetive
tive correetive action by the Congress."
The President, who opposes use
ot- federal funda4orrairport ter terminals,
minals, terminals, noted that the bill barred
government aid for airport park parking
ing parking facilities, bars and lounges,
night clubs, private club' and
commercial offices.
He said the bill was "not as
conclusive" with respect to other
parts of airport terminals but
that he believed it gave the, fed federal
eral federal airport administrator power
to limit such outlays to facilities
Hatches For
-r
Price
blocked Whitten's move, declaring
members should have a chance.to
study the compromise bill. Hi s
action raised the possibility of, a
floor fight over the "loopholes"
written into the price support
ceiling
Southern lawmakers had lob lobbied
bied lobbied to get the conferees to soften
the crack-down on price support
loans, prestur ably to help big
southern cotton farmers.
One escape hatch would let an
individual farmer get more than
S50,000 in support loans per cron
if he agreed to cut output by up
to 20 per cent or a level fixed
by the Secretary ot Agriculture.
The other would let a farmer
get more than the $50.000 if he
agreed to repay all amounts over
the new limit.
The House had voted a $.50.000
per crop ceiling without the two
escape routes. The Senate had ap approved
proved approved stiffei limit a ceiling
of $.50.000 for supports on all crops
grown by any one farmer. It
also lacked the two escapes.
Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.)
chairman of the Senate Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Appropriations Subcommit
,,
July 5
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for "the safety, comfort or con convenience"
venience" convenience" of air travelers.
The President said that if the
bill had not provided the admin.
istratr with this "broad author authority,"
ity," authority," much of the funds authorized
by the measure could have been
forced into airport projects which
had no relation to air safety.
The airport bill originally was
one of a series of bills on which
there was broad disagreement be between
tween between the White- House and the
Democratic controlled Congress.
The most important of these, a
big multi-billion dollar housing
bill, still ix on Eisenhower's desk.
The Democrats at first viewed
the airport bill as an important
anti recession measure. T h
Senate passed a four-year, 465
million dollar ,, program. T h e
House scaled 3t,, down to a four fouryear
year fouryear 297 million dollar plat). Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower wanted 120 million over
two years.
The house and Senate bills
wound up in a joint conference
committee. It was unable to reach
agreement. however, and demo democratic
cratic democratic leaders, aware that bus business
iness business was improving anyway, hit
on the idea of sharply scaling
down the nrogram to meet GOP
"spendthrift" charges.
Big Farmers
Support Plan
tee, said, the-t. Compromise would
apply the...lirifit only to crops of officially
ficially officially declared '01 be in surplus.
He said this would exclude sugar
and wool.
Russell also said the new limit
would not apply to dairy product
leans or to support loans to farm farmer
er farmer cooperatives.
The 94,686,600.000 total in the
authorization bill was about 4-million
dollars below the figure ap approved
proved approved by the Senate and about
30-million dollars over the amount
voted by the House.
The measurf authorized 375
million dollars in Soil Sank Coon Coonservation
servation Coonservation Reserve Payments in
fiscal 1960 enough to tak e an
additional 5-million acres out of
production. It was exactly what
Eisenhower asked. The House had
approved 325 million dollars and
the Senate 550 million dollars.
The conferees exceeded an ad administration
ministration administration reouest by providing
19 MiiliOn dollars for flood pre prevention
vention prevention projects and $22,750,000
for watershed protection.
The measure also includes al almost
most almost 10 millior dollars for poul poultry
try poultry inspection. a cut of about
9400.000 from the administration
request and 110 million dollars
for tehool lunch programs, 10 mil million
lion million dollars over Fisenhower's
budget
NO Gels Hew
Post To Succeed
George F, Welsh
Gordon 'M. Frick, who has
been. executive secretary to thr
Canal Zone Civilian Personnel
Policy Coordinating Board for
the past year, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed chief of the Employment and
Ifti7ization Division of the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau, it was announc announced
ed announced today by Edward A. Donlan
Personnel Directen.
He will succeed George Ir.
Welsh, who tetired from the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization last month.
At the same time, it was an announced
nounced announced that Daniel J. Paolucci,
coordinator of the Pcrsonnel
Proprams Staff, would become
assistant to the Personne Di Direct
rect Direct or.
Frick, a native of Peru, Ind.,
has been with the Canal organ organization
ization organization since 1941).

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Q. Through inheritance I ac acquired
quired acquired Massachusetts Investment
Trust, Chemical Fund, Commtmi Commtmity
ty Commtmity Public Service, Manufacturers
Trued, Indiana Gas, Northern In Indianal.
dianal. Indianal. The latter two I sold and
bought American-Marietta. ,I am
40, with one child and a $4,0001
mortgage on a $24,000 Mime. No
savings to mention. Are these
stocks too conservative?
A. The stocks may be a bit too
conservative for a young man of
40, but the rest of your fianancial
position isn't. A good-sized mort mortgage
gage mortgage and "no savings to men mention"
tion" mention" don't make for a cozy pic picture.
ture. picture. I think you could convert some
of the more conservative issues
to a cash fundif you don't want
to apply some against that sub substantial
stantial substantial mortgage. The two mu mutual
tual mutual funds would give you
growth potential.
Q. I am a widow, dependent on
dividends and social security. I
hold A.T. and T, Corn Products,
Foremost Dairies, Gen. Motors,
Gen. Telephone, Gillette, Grace,
Norio Id and Western, Philip Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Reynolds 'Tobacco, Union
Oil, Union Tank Car and Virgi Virginian
nian Virginian RR. Some friends are warn warning
ing warning me to sell the common shares
and buy either preferred& or
bonds. e
A. From 'It qualitypOltit
view, you have very little to wOr wOrry
ry wOrry about. These are all leading
securities.
As to your friends' fear of a
market drop: it could happen,
'although your stocks are far
from the most vulnerable.'
You don't give your age and
that makes considerable differ difference.
ence. difference. If you are a widow of SO, I
would be reluctant to suggest
preferreds or bonds because you
would then be fixing your income
from securities for the remain remainder
der remainder of your life. If we have suts-'
stantial inflation.'of prices la,,Vie
next 20 years or so, that might
make it very difficult for you
since preferreds and bonds. will
not pay more when living costs
rise, while common shares may
and often do.
If you are a widOw of SO and
your writing doesnj tindleatirthat
and were worrreit- about a drop
in the market then there might
be some reason for switching in into
to into the greater safety of prefer preferreds
reds preferreds and bonds.
One point your friends haven't
raised: several of your fine quali quality
ty quality issues are rather low payers
becaue they plow a lot of their
earnings bac,k into the business.
If you were interested in more
income these could be sold and
the proceeds put into some top
grade retail and utility stocks.
For the top prize in the loose
talk, non sequitur department, I
quote from a company, offering
oil and gas leasesprobably one
of the riskiest of all investments:
". .Ford Motors was eagerly
subscribed. .at 641h. Since then
the stock dropped below 2 nd
every 100share- buyyer bad, a
loss of over $1.,.200,,,,i,,4,',As,:21 Aefol;-
sequence 'market ,operathrs In
great numbers are turning to
oil leases."
Who ya kiddin7
Correction: In a recent col colUTrin
UTrin colUTrin about the big difference be between
tween between prices on the N.Y. and
Midwest exchanges. we pulled an
inexcusable boner in saying the
Chicago market closes later
than New York.
In a gentle letter. James E.
Day. president of the midwest,
points out that the exchange has
sYnchroni7ed its hours with that
of New York.
He also finds that on the day
in question there was no 3-4 noint
difference in th. closing twice of
Standard of California (as our
reader claimed). but 1-4 point.
And finally he explains that a
stock mav sell on the midwest
during a low point in both mar markets
kets markets and may not sell azpin for
the balance of the day, while the
New York -market is recovering
at the close.
For all of which, our humble
thankc

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CRISTOBAL
Joe Kueter, Cristobal G u nt
Club's genial, scheming, sharp,.
admired dean bf, Skeet-ers. with
his war-cry of "How miany'll you
glinme'?' provoked tvVo other 25-
or-more "straights" while stretch stretching
ing stretching 'his own' string out to 30
consecutive kills at the shotgun
rites tomorrow afternoon,
June 24. Art Sutton shattered 28
without missing. and "hobby"1
Keller lapped to 25,
One neophyte, Pat Lincol tt,,
found his U.S. gun balks at im-'
ported ammo, but got off enough'
excellent shots to show he's a
"comer" if be keeps trying.
It. C. Casanova 24
W. Johnatbit' 24,
J. C. Llatinger 23,
C. Hayward (410'i '20 i
G. Lopp (20-ga.) 20
Chollar 20
Jim Mitchell 19
"Doc" Moore 18
The next trophy shoot comes
soon Sunday, July 5. at 10:30
a.m., a 50-bird contest for the
Leonard M. Campbell Memorial. i

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STCK: PRICES:;
NEW YORK, June 30-(tIPIj :-
Industrial stocks edged toward
their all-time average today at a
fairly brisk opening.
ACF Ind
Advocate itsbestos
Alteghany,Corp
Aluminium;,Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas FAO
AVCO Mfg 1-$,,
Beth Steed
Bettinger Corp,
Bicroft Uranlunt
British Pet 4
Burroughs
Canadian, Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork end Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du ',Pont
El Paso'Naturaj gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo- Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Elecirks
General Motors
General Plywood
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
e 1
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and gas
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobilo
Sperrytland,
Standard Oil NJ
Sterling Precision
Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prods
Textron
Underwood
United Canso 4511,,,,z
US Rubber,
US Steel k
Westinghouse Else
Wheeling Steel
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3514
5914
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249
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514
814b
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Byrd Sets Record
,
As Virginta s
,
Senior Senator
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Harry F. Byrd, 72 years old but
young .enough to start "another
buor, day" with a toda7
huttr.up a new irecord of service
as Senator frotm, the state of Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. Byrd's tenure in the U.S. sen senate
ate senate passed the Virginia record of
26 years, three months and 115
days set by the late Sen. Carter
Glass, who died on May 28, 1946.
"I feel complimented," Byrd
told a reporter shortly after he
reached his Washingrton office
this morning. "I'm so devoted
to Virginia that being the senior
Senator front Virginia means
more to me than anything else
Byrd, who -was 72 on June 10,
won reelection to another six-year
term last November.
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prepared by the Meteorological
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Pop Lami CAnal COMparty:
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Low 73 TS
HUMIDITY:
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Low 67 81
WIND:
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RAIN (inches) T .11
WATER TEMP: ,,
(inner harbors) 88
LAKE ILEVATIONS:
Gatun Laka 22.95
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MELDRIM, Ga., June 30 (UP1)--The deaths of four small children pushed the toll from a ghastly sweep of
flaming gas across a Georgia river resort to 19 today. A fullscale investigation of the railroad tank car tragedy was
started.
Five victims, burned as if by flamethrowers, died yesterday in a Savannah, Ga., hospital. Four were children
Michael Bland, 12, Barbara Hales, 14, Terry Lane, 9, and Wayne Smith, 3. At least eight of the disaster victims were
Fourteen bodies were recovered on the shore or in the water 25 feet beneath a blazing wooden railroad trestle
prior to Sunday midnight. A dozen of the more than a score of injured were critically burned, and as some succumb
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Authorites said there apparent apparenty
y apparenty were no other bodies missing
yr unaccounted for at the fire firegackened
gackened firegackened scene near here.
The scene, a fish camp on the
idal Ogeechee River, was probed
with grrappling hooks and by skin
livers
The wreckage of 15 derailed
!reight cars also was searched.
Two of the cars, filled with bu butane
tane butane cooking gas, broke open
the cars were afire and the re released
leased released gas exploded in a sheet
of flame that turned the victims
into human torches.
Seaboard Airline Railroad offi officials
cials officials on the scene said prelimina preliminary
ry preliminary examination of the wreckage
disclosed no evidence of what
caused the blast.
Rep. Prince Preston (1)-Ga.) in
Washington asked the Irderstate
Commerce Commission to conauct
a: full-scale investigation.
, At least eight of the victims
were related, attending a family
reunion.
Anott-er couple, man and wife,
died while they sat fishing.
Three victims were trapped and
horned to death .ili (Me of nine
aUtomobiles parked along the
beach beneath the trestle and
cattvht in the spewing flames.
Conductor Ira L. Hines, who
was in the caboose of the 124-car
freieht train, said he saw the
train begin to pile up as it rum rumbled
bled rumbled over the trestle.
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',William Kimble, "you'd better
say your prayers now because
we're gone."
Gas, like a ghostly white fog,
spewed from the ruptured tank
cars "like water coming out of a
fire hydrant under tremendous
pressure," Hines said.
Streams of gas shot off both
1 ides of the trestle, and Hines said
g,-gegan yelling to the swimmers
nti waders below to warm them
of the danger.

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"Then there was a tremend tremendous
ous tremendous explosion and flames were
everywhere. F ire was every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Fire was everywhere.
There was o n tremendous
sheet of flame," Hines said.
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the caboose and sbut the windows
and doors. "I thought I was going
to be roasted alive," he said.
The fire flashed across the fin finacre
acre finacre resort known as Harvey's
Fish Camp, a popular watering
spot for rural South Georgia fam families.
ilies. families. There were more than 100 men,
women and children at the river,
seeking relief from the heat.
Those who heard the "f11110Y,
bumping noise" of the train on
the trestle apparently were un unaware
aware unaware of danger, then were unable
to escape when gas shot over the
area. Many said they thought the
"white stuff" was poison.
A spark, a cooking fire or even
a cigaret touched off the gas
and it lit the river and the beach
in searing blue flame.
A man, his wife and child were
found dead in the charred remains
of their earseared by heat -so in intense
tense intense it melted the door-handles.
The two tank cars. their shells
ripped open, were still burning on
the riverbank 12 hours after the
tragedy.
Broepzman of Richmond,
Va., general manager of the rail railroad,
road, railroad, said an inspection of the
cars and the scene failed to in indicate
dicate indicate what caused the accident.
"We haven't found any track
condition or car condition to cause
it," he said. "All we have seen ap appeared
peared appeared in good order."
W. W. (Will) Beasley, a farm farmer
er farmer who lives near the fish camp,
found the bodies of his son, his
daughter-in-law and six month
old grill'initilOOP, Iiih Wi Wiley,
ley, Wiley, 21, his wife, Reba, 20, and
daughter Linda Jean.
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Long Said Healthith
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In Mind Than Body
COVINGTON, La., June 30 (UPI) Gov. Earl K. Lang Is a
victim of a nervous breakdown from overwork, his psychiatrists
reported, but they warned him that even so he is in better shape
mentally than physically.
The psychiatrists borrowed Long's own words last, night to
tell him that he is a sick man and may get worse, afthouth he
is now rational.
Physically, the psychiatrists said, he Is suffetg from the
effects of a small stroke, or series of strokes and his heart is still
laboring from the effects of an attack he suffered nine years ago
while chasing a hog.
The psychiatrists refused to guarantee be will get well, but
said there is now "nothing that would indicate that the governor
cannot make another comeback.

The psychiatrists Drs. Rob Robert
ert Robert Heath, Charles Watkins and
Victor Leif told Long What
was wrong with him in a motel
room conference after he had
returned from a weekend at his
"i Ale pea patCh" his-farm
in Winnifield, La.
Long, 63, went along with
everything except their diag diagnosi
nosi diagnosi sthat he had suffered a
.,truke.
"I want to tell you that I
respect these men and they're
d3ing what they think is
right," he sal& "Bur I highly
diasgree. I never suffered a
strcke in my life.'
Long, beset by troubles which
include a near breakdown, com commitment
mitment commitment to a mental hospital.
plans to divorce his wife and a
leaky farmhouse roof, was light lighthearted.
hearted. lighthearted. There were new troubles, too,
on the horizon. New Orleans
Dist. Atty. Richard A. Dowling
announced he had ordered in investigators
vestigators investigators to look into charges
that an agent for a steamship
company gave Long $5000 in
1956.
Long took over four units of
the Pine Manor Motel here last
Friday after getting out of the
Southeast State Mental Hospital
at Mandeville, La., by firing the
hospital superinten dent and
state director of hospitals.
Leaving Winnifield, I 'f
was more concerned about his
farm and a leak in the bed bedroom
room bedroom roof than in the charge
he received money from the
steamship line.
Columnist Drew Pearson said
that Earl S. Binnings, the
steamship agent, gave the $5000
to Louis J. Rousse'', an oilman,
to give to Long.. -
Roussel' said he delivered the
money and that Long later ve vetoed
toed vetoed a bill affecting Mississippi
River pilots.
Binnings said he had already
made a sworn statement to the
Internal Revenue Service about

Court Nixes Ban On Movie
Of lady Chatter ley's Lover'

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
sharply divided Supreme Court
wound p its 1958-59 term yester yesterday
day yesterday by striking down the govern government's
ment's government's industrial security pro program
gram program and the New York State
ban on the movie, "Lady Chat Chatterley's
terley's Chatterley's Lover."
But it ordered additional argu arguments
ments arguments next term on the constitu constitutionality
tionality constitutionality of the Smith Act's
"membership" provision which
makes it a crime knowingly to
belong to an organization dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to the violent overthrow of the
government.
In a flood of decisions before
adjourning until October, the
court held, 5-4, that radio and
television broadcasters are not
subject to libel suits for the
statements made by political can candidates
didates candidates appearing on their sta stations.
tions. stations. The stations also may not
censor such speeches.
In another ease, the court ruled
that even lesser federal officials
have "absolute immunity" from
libel suits over statements in the
conduct of their official duties.
Hitherto, the immunity privilege
covered only cabinet officers.
In all, the court handed down
31 decisions in the final session
of its nine-month term. In re recent
cent recent weeks, the court has clari clarified
fied clarified some of the 1957 internal
security decisions that aroused
the ire of Communist investiga investigators
tors investigators in Congress.
In many cases, the vote was
5-4, with a new more conserva conservative
tive conservative majority replacing the old so socalled
called socalled "Warren court."
The decision in the industrint

WASHINGTON (UPI) The Justice Earl Warren held that
sharp13' divided Supreme Court neither the President nor con conwound
wound conwound p its 1958-59 term yester- gress had authorized the program
day by striking down the govern- whic h requires security clear clearment's
ment's clearment's industrial security pro- ances for some 3 million private
gram and the New York State workers in defense plants.
ban on the movie, "Lady Chat- The challenge to the program
terley's Lover." was filed by William L. Greene,
But it ordered additional arp- an aeronautical engineer. He was
ments next term on the constitu- dismissed from his $18,000-a-year
tionality of the Smith Act's post as vice president of Engi Engi"membership"
"membership" Engi"membership" provision which neering Research Corp., River Rivermakes
makes Rivermakes it a crime knowingly to dale, Md., in 1953 after the Navy
'belong to an organization dedicat- withheld his security clearance.
ed to the violent overthrow of the The court was unanimous in
government. knocking down the ban on "Lady
In a flood of decisions before Chatterley's Lover," a move about
adjourning until October, the an illicit affair betwen the wife
court held, 5-4, that radio and of an English industrialist and
television broadcasters are not the family game keeper. Justice
subject to libel suits for the Potter Stewart held for the ma mastatements
statements mastatements made by political can- jority that the ban violated the
didates appearing on their sta- constitution's "free spech" guar guartions.
tions. guartions. The stations also may not antee.
censor such speeches. But the court split, 6-3, in strik strikIn
In strikIn another case, the court r.u.l.ed leg down those provisions of the
that even lesser federal officials New York State censorship law
have "absolute immunity" from under which the mov ie was
libel suits over statements in the banned as tending to portray sex sexconduct
conduct sexconduct of their official duties. ual immorality as an acceptable
Hitherto, the immunity privilege behavior pattern.
covered only cabinet officers. The Smith Act case involved
in all, the court handed down Junious Irving Scales, former
31 decisions in the final session Communist party leader in the
of its nine-month term. In re- Carolinas who was convicted of
cent weeks, the court has clari- being a narty member knowing
fled some of the 1957 internal the party's subversive objectives.
security decisions that aroused He drew a six-year prison sen senthe
the senthe ire of Communist investiga- tence.
tors in Congress. The court already has upheld
In many cases, the vote was to advocate v iolent revolution.
5-4, with a new more conserva- Act making it a crime to conspire
live majority replacing the old so-,to advocate v i lent revolution.
called "Warren court." I These provisions have formed the
1
The decision in the industrial basis of most nrosecutions of
security ease was 8-1, with only Communist leaders. But it has
Justice Tom C. Clark dissenting. never ruled on the "member "memberSpeaking
Speaking "memberSpeaking for the majority, Chief ship" sectimi.

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the money and did not consider
a bribe.
Dowling ordered his inves investigators
tigators investigators to find out,whother the
money was a bribe and wlytther
it changed hands in New !Dr
leans. He said if he thinks
law was broken, he will hand
the case over to the grand jury.
Long announced Sunday that
tie is going to divoree his wife
Blanche, whom he married
nearly 27 years ago.
Be said she Is "the most
jealous woman God ever Out
on this earth" and blames
her for throwing him into the
psychiatric ward of John Sealy
Hospital In Galveston, Tex.,
and the Southeastern State
Hospital at Mandeville.
Mrs. Long wu reported tO
hilt left the State list etk
in fear that her husband would
take revenge on her when he
got cut of the mental hospital.
She was reported to have
since slipped back to Baton
Rouge, the state capital, but
could not be located there.
Little League
Boys 2, Girls 2
Two boys and two girls were
born at Coco Solo Hospital during
the week which ended Wednesday,
according to the hospital report.
During this same period, 56 pa,-
tientts were admitted and 86 wert
discharged.
Parents of the boys are Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Callender, -of Colon;
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barker, of
Rainbow City.
The girls were born to Sgt. and
Mrs. Robert L i n k, of Gulick
Heights; and Sgt. and Mrs. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace Miller, of Fort Davis.
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Lew W. Mcilvaine, assistant hcld at the time of nis retire- and attended the Canal Zone '
us pply officer, Sales and Serv- ment. school. He held a number of , ,-1,, ,, 7.------- 1
CENTRAC
League yiceearBsmIcmholespalyndDelivighion; 31 Cerspaell will live in Oak summer jobs with the Canal 0r- ' -, .,,,-
8 t days. Ridge, Ore. ganization aria was permanent- T
Percy A. Lawrence, foreman Lawrence was born in St. ly employed fri 1924 as a helper
On ':,--,
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p 1r s lock operator Locks iViSiOn: 19 Kitts, British West Indies, and cablesplicer in the Electrical Di DiYeNaallat'wm
YeNaallat'wm DiYeNaallat'wm In oatehyse nasnodn ,13e ide ca yrs.
t i liti
cs az enn aHtuer os.leirzveedd Dwniitthe dull eS tua tess visAloi n
Of his service has been in fli WEEKENDI7:
cian, Electrical Division; 19 Navy during the first World the Electrical Division as a wire- Au 0:75 --,0.40
,, ,.
years, eight months and five War and was employed by the man, a cablesplicer anti a dis- r Shows: 1:00,2:210,
days. Canal organization in 1940 as tribution foreman.. Since Feb- ,6;914 11:55, PAL,' :,
Id two girls were Claude B. Strobridge, leader a wIremanin, the Electrical Di- ruary, he has been a, leader ,,
,..-
)10 Hospital during electrician, Electrical Division; vision in Cristobal. He was electrician. He and Mrs. Stro- 0,, r, r 1,,,,-4
ended Wednesday, 35 years and 24 days. transferred to the Atlantic locks bridge have left the Isthmus Ay I
e hospital report. Benoit, the senior man in in 1946 as a towing locomotive but they have not decided where Nill i
ne period, 56 pa- point of service among those operator and was promoted to they will live.
GI) ne ers am. t ra,en:
nitted and 86 wert ii
retiring during June, was born lock operator leader in 1952.
in Thibodaux, La. He came to He and Mrs. Lawrence and DEATH TOLL RISES ,,- ri, .
eLAtoUIFFemEoNa,
boys are Mr. and the Canal Zone in 1915 as a their son, Arthur, will go to
Three more deaths have brought i 4' 'Pk o'"t 1 '.
Bender, of Colon; machinist in the Mechanical Florida where they plan to live.
1. Carl Barker, of DivIsion shops in Btlboa. He Malvaine, a member of a
nthear liter t 43 d d '' '
was later employed as a well-known Canal Zone family,
tsotdlialyin Thehsepa2e81,,, fpweersoonfs thinejmurein '......
PnY01;e:Pli.ssiai'):idn 'It, : t 1.1 "1: : "::
ROSA' 1111Di
) born to Sgt. and craneman. Since 1052 he has was born in Creston, O. and
, i n k, of Gulick been a bridge crane operator came to the Canal Zone in 1927 i fi,
e crasn. eig
ht days ago
arde .- '.7",11 RUSSELL ''.!
,,,,14;
0.. and Mrs. Wal- in the Industrial Division in as foreman at the La Boca '-
critical condition ,,,,--.
i'ort Davis. Cristobal. commisary. He later was trans- ; ,),-,,,
Mr. and Mrs. Benoit are leav- ferred to the Commissary Divi- ,1
. ni g the Isthmus July 8 on a sion Headquarters at Mount dimmvath ,,,
v 41.,
I Moilte Panama liner and will make Hope as assistant to the buyer
their home in New Orleans. of wholesale toys and later was 4,
, t. No i
Fraser it a native of Buffalo. assistant manager of that sec- Ili 01 11 4 .. 01
O 0 ,.
; Lover? N.Y. He came to the Isthmus in tion. ,,,of
1908 with his family, who lived For many years Mellvaine
I ,,,-.
in Cristobal. He held a series of has attended the New York THURSDAY ,, The picture topl'::
summer vacation jobs with the Toy Fair and has purchased '- the play! .,,,,
yeanirredennt hneoldc thcoant ACramnayl and served with the US. most of the toys sold.pin the
durtrig the first World Canal Zone retail stores. In The picture tog ::
mized the program
. War. In 1924, he resigned his 1958 he was made manager of 1 t I the bookL ;A,.
)s security clear-
position with the Canal and re- tbe Dalboa'Retail Housewares I go for 7dget,
turned to the United States. For and Wholesale Housewares WO!" Dick Clark ,.,,..
Technirattio -.'
3 million private .
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PRICES: 60c. 30c. i , ', :' ,Techoltatir ;t:
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betwen the wife -, : .:,.: ( ,,),,, 1 Shows: 3;13, 4:23,
industrialist and ' '411: ..,,,,'" ItilriqOst. '141
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te keeper. Justice 1 i ',W..,1,f l'' "".0' :I ,"::NtV; ;''':"" 'i:
held for tho ma-1 ,,,;11::)-.4-7: j, ',..AIN:tt-,,; .-,.t.:.v:;;- ,, A
ban violated the (....,:' ':',.., : )i.,:::,&i.,-- .,..iii.:,,, :::'-,,
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split, 6-3, in strik- Pelmet Ons WHOM APTIS1:1111 la 1 :: '..:7: t i::.:::4:,:::::"!: ',.::
provisions of the , :t:k,.,: : :' ,:,,,k:;' 41111,M11141R1
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the movie was "....'"u".. PENS TOMORROW! t-
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RETIRING FROM PCFour of the seven employes who were retired from active service with
the Canal organization during the month of June, are shown with Gov. W. E. Potter during a
special retirement ceremony held the governor's office at Balboa Heights. From left are Bert
J. Benoit, bridge crane operator, Industrial Division; Lew W. Mcilvaine, assistant supply of officer,
ficer, officer, Supply Division: Potter; Claude Strobridge, leader electrician, Electrical Division, and
James A. Fraser. construction management engineer, Dredging Division.

Seven Long-Time Canal Employes Get
Service Certificates At Retirement

Seven Canal employes, three
of whom have more than 50
years of Canal service, retired
from the Canal organizakion
during the month of June and'
were presented with certificates
attesting to their years of serv service..
ice.. service..
The complete list of those're those'retiring,
tiring, those'retiring, their positions and the
length of their Canal service
follow:
Bert J. Benoit, bridge crane
operator, Industrial Division; 36
yeais, seveia months and 25
days.
James A. Fraser, construction
management engineer, Dridging
Division; 28 years, 10 months
and six days.
Lorenz F. Cierspach, lock op operator,
erator, operator, Locks iViSiOn; 4 years,
11 months and two days.
Lew W. McIlvaine, assistant
supply officer, Sales and Serv Service
ice Service Branch, Supply Division; 31
years, 11 months and eight days.
Percy A. Lawrence, foreman
lock operator Locks DiVISiOn; 19
years, two months and 13 days.
William J. Stevenson, electri electrician,
cian, electrician, Electrical Division; 19
years, eight months and five
days.
Claude B. Strobridge, leader
electrician, Electrical Division;
35 years and 24 days.
Benoit, the senior man in
point of service among those
retiring during June, was born
in Thibodaux, La. He came to
the Canal Zone in 1915 as a
machinist in the Mechanical
Division shops in Bilboa. He
was later employed as a
craneman. Since 1052 he has
been a bridge crane operator
in the Industrial Division in
Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. Benoit are leav leaving
ing leaving the Isthmus July 8 on a
Panama liner and will make
their home in New Orleans.
Fraser it a native of Buffalo.
N.Y. He came to the Isthmus in
1908 with his family, who lived
in Cristobal. He held a series of
summer vacation jobs with the
Canal and served with the U.S.
Army during the first World
War. In 1924, he resigned his
position with the Canal and re returned
turned returned to the United States. For
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seven years he was county engi engineer
neer engineer in Harrodsburg, Ky.
He was reemployed by the
Canal organization in 1940 and
worked two years in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C. as an inspector lin
charge of procurement in the
Canal organization before com coming
ing coming to the Canal Zone as super supervisor
visor supervisor in the Dredging Division.
He was promoted to comirue comiruetion
tion comiruetion and maintenance superin superintendent
tendent superintendent in 1951 and has been
construction management engi engineer
neer engineer since 1956.
Mr. and Mrs. Fraser plan to
make their home in St Petersburg-,
Florida.'
Gerspach was born in Port Portland,
land, Portland, Ore., and has been with
the Canal organization since
1954. He came to the Canal
Zone as an operator on the
Atlantic locks, a posit;on he
Itcld at the time of his retire retirement.
ment. retirement. Gerspaeb will live in Oak
Ridge, Ore.
Lawrence was born in St.
Kitts, British West Indies, and
is a naturalized United ,States
citizen. He served with the U.S.
Navy during the first World
War and was employed by the
Canal organization in 1940 as
a wIremanAn, the Electrical Di Division
vision Division in Cristobal. He was
transferred to the Atlantic locks
in 1946 as a towing locomotive
operator and was promoted to
lock operator leader in 1952.
He and Mrs. Lawrence and
their son, Arthur, will go to
Florida where they plan to live.
McIlvaine, a member of a
well-known Canal Zone family,
was born in Creston, O. and
came to the Canal Zone in 1927
as foreman at the La Boca
commisary. He later was trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Commissary Divi Division
sion Division Headquarters at Mount
Hope as assistant to the buyer
of wholesale toys and later was
assistant manager of that sec section.
tion. section. For many years Mollmine
has attended the New York
Toy Fair and has purchased
most of the toys soldAn the
Canal Zone retail stores. In
1958 he was made manager of
tbe Balboa'Retail Housewares
and Wholesale Housewares
PRICES: 60c. 30c
TODA
Y
3:00, 4:15, 5:45, 7:20, 9:00 p.m.
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Section. He and Mrs. Men Menvaine
vaine Menvaine plan to make their
home in Florida.
Stevenson was born in Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, N.J., and is a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War He was
employed by the Canal in 19391
as a wirernan, in the Electrical
Division and was transferred to
the Dredging Division in 1943:
Since that time he has been
employed as a hydraulic grader
operator and ry a wireman in
the Dridging Division and the
Electrical Division. He has been
with the Electrical Division
since 1954.
He and Mrs. StVensOn arid
their daughter, Martha, plan to
make their home in Greenville,
S.C.
Strobridge is a native of
Rochester, N.Y. He came to tihe
Isthmus with hiv. family in 1908
and attended the Canal Zone
school. He held a number of
summer jobs with the Canal or organization
ganization organization an4 was permanent permanently
ly permanently employed lb 1924 as a helper
cablesplicer in the Electrical Di Division.
vision. Division. Al of his service has been in
the Electrical Division as a wire wireman,
man, wireman, a cablesplicer and a dis distribution
tribution distribution foreman.. Since Feb February,
ruary, February, he has been a leader
electrician. He and Mrs. Stro Strobridge
bridge Strobridge have left the Isthmus
but they have not decided where
they will live.
,
DEATH TOLL RISES
LAUFFEN, Germany CUPI)
Three more deaths have brought
the toll in a bus-train collision
near here to 43 dead, police said
today. The 28 persons injured
in the crash eight days ago are
still in hospital five of them in
critical condition.
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crate moved OW the gola,Of hive
ites for the two new US., Sena
seats from Hawaii- today nt I r
suit of primarr voting which' a
companied !, the,. territory's L eve
whelming, plebiscite, vote favor
statehood. ,.4 ' .-' 1
Hawaii voters turned,.ant In, re
artl numbers Saturday and et
133,54 votes In favor vratateb
and Only 7,931 sgainst-,-1,17 to
ratio that eNeeeded the 'hopes':
even -the most artlent,f':atateh
supporters. 0 ;'. ,, ';'. ,,'"i'
, ..,
'; 3ut also significant was the
toting in, the party pritnaries whic
actmopanied the plebiscite. At
Sample, John A. Burns ran awe
with the Democratic primary lo
governor with 69,152 votes, win
Republican William r. QUInn poll
ed only 49,431. ".17"
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Political observers :here' poi
to this antother results atindlOt
ing a general Democratic- vict
in the general eleetion July 28.M.,
The vote ,,en ',statehood will-b
presented to President Eisenhoviari
who is .expected to .antlhe terrify terrifyry's
ry's terrifyry's ;admission to tha -union 2or,
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An all-night search of wild eoulti4,
, try by- 501' veteran! woOdsmen pidt,
ed by .bloodbounds......Wit.tewaried.
today when ,3-yearold, Garol :to411
Huila, of 'Niagara, Wis., a!'
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found safe.
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The little blue-eyed blonde I.,
exhausted but otherwise
harmed. Searchers came, ,,
her on a roadway in the: d :
woodlands northeapt; of 4', Norrit
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title a I 'IncitiC iijithler niother
and father, Mi. thd:Mrs, Joseph
Van Huila. at theNcorws Lake
picnic area. Sh apparilitirms
dered away. int the woods.' ', -.'
Iloodhoutid Which :hid -trale'd
!he little girl tO th trachermil
swamp area Sunday !might linit
lost the trail, picked it'up: stale
... 3 ni. A '1 It
this morning. ...... r,
They followed the new trail
northeast from the lake and cam 1:
across Carol at the Mgt ,41411 ,,':
black-top county road. -.; i
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