The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Trujillo Men Claim
New Invasion Looms

CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican .Republic, July 2
(UPI) Preparations for a rr?w invasion of the Domin.
ican Republic are underway in Venezuela, Dominican
military Intelligence chief Col. John Abbes Garcia
charged last night.
. Abbas said the Dominican government had learn,
d that cargo ships had left Venezuela carrying arms
and recruits and may even now be en route to the
Dominican Republic.
Aneund Constanza, in the center of the island,
meanwhile, a 50.man garrison was preparing for a
ihowdown'battle with Cuban-led invaders sworn to die
rather than surrender.
Ther are believed to be 20 or 25 men left out of
a 65.man Invasion force who landed by air June 14
The others Have been killed.
Th holdouts around Constanza are believed com.
pletely cut off from the 10 men Who survived the beach
invasion June 19 on the north coast.
Central Dominican farmers contacted the airborne
invader by government request and urged them to sur.
render.
1e reply came back! "We will fight to the death
rather" than surrender."

Revsec Curundu Civilian
Housing-Policy Ezpaimd

X -revised housing policy assur assuring
ing assuring eual credit to civilian employ employ-i"for
i"for employ-i"for total years of federal serv service
ice service is now m effect to establish
eligibility for military quarters
within the Canal Zone, U.S. Army
Caribbean said today.
Adopted last month, the new po policy
licy policy establishes eligibility based on
points for federal service plus
points for an individual's grade m
service. Family size is an addi additional
tional additional factor in assigning housing
units of two-bedroom size or, larg-
er. . .
Authorities said the revised
Pope John
Issues Warning
In Encyclical
VATICAN CITY, July 2 (UPI)
Pope John XXHI today warn warned
ed warned that the world situation
'leaves in doubt whether one is
moving towards a solid and true
peace or running with extreme
blindness towards a new fright frightful
ful frightful war.
If a new war should break
ut, the power of monstrous present-day
weapon is such that no nothing
thing nothing would remain for any na nation
tion nation conquerors and conquered a a-like
like a-like but immense slaughter and
universal ruin." the Pope warn warned
ed warned in the first encyclical of Ms
reikn.
The Latin language encyclical
Will be known in church annals
r Hi mxmine words. "Ad Pe
ri r.aHurtram" (to the chair of
peter).
Ill the long document which
was review of the state of
the Catholic Church today, the
Pop, reiterated is 'tweet
hope" that the planned .cumin .cumin-leI
leI .cumin-leI council may help lead all j
Chrittians back to the Church
f Rome.
The Pontiff also sent his bless blessing
ing blessing to the 'many dear priests
and faithful" behind the Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain 'who are in exile, in concen concentration
tration concentration camps or in jail because
they would not betray their min-;
istry or commit apostasy from
their faith."
He urged better relations apos apostasy
tasy apostasy from their faith."
He urged better relations b b-tween
tween b-tween social claasea ;and help for
the poor and. for. the refugees.
The Pope said on the tubject of
peace: '
"Unless nations achieve a broth
erly union, necessarily based on
i" justice and nourished by charity,
the world situation will remain
Wrv srave.
I "Con.iKlo mn thrfnr rlcthtlv
oeoior sucn an uncertain suua
tion, which leaves in. doubt
whether, one Is moving towards
a solid and true peace or run
ninf with extreme blindness to to-wari
wari to-wari a new frightful war.

policy will determine assignments
to the first group of Capeheart
Housing units, now being com completed
pleted completed at Curundu, 40, of which
wiH be ready for occupancy by
October,
Big change, a military spokes spokesman
man spokesman said, is that an employe's to total
tal total years of Canal Zone service is
no longer a key factor in assign
ing priorit. Under the revised
plan, a worker with only a short
Deriod of service in the Canal Zone

but with many years of federil
service (including military serv service)"
ice)" service)" in other parts of the world
or the U.S. might displace a ve veteran
teran veteran Zonian whose total service
was slightly less.
Authorities emphasized, howev however,
er, however, that no family has lost quart quarters
ers quarters as a result of the policy change.
The practical effect of the change
has been that about 13 employes
dropped below the first ten places
on their respective waiting lists
for quarters, while individuals with
more service moved up. There
are waiting lists for 12 different
types of quarters ranging from one
to four bedroom units, army of officials
ficials officials said.
There have been ether adjust adjustments
ments adjustments en the waiting lists as em employes
ployes employes changed placet. The peo people
ple people affected have quarters al already
ready already and are applying to move
to larger units, or from frame
to concrete houses.
Credit has been equalized for
all years of federal service, both
military and civilian so that em employes
ployes employes of the same grade and years
of federal service now receive e e-quai
quai e-quai pointsv Previously, a indivi individual
dual individual received extra points for his
years in the Panama area as a
civilian employe of the Army or
Air Force.
The points credited for each
grade or pay level have been ad adjusted
justed adjusted so that there is reasonable
equality for the same pay rates
in both manual and non-manual
jobs. The scale for grade and pay
level has been chanced to a ranee
of & to 100 points from the old
scale of 9 to 129.
Flag-Waving
By FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The way
things are going the most spirited
patriotic disphiy around here on
July 4 will take place on the roof
of the capuol.
Starting at 12.01 a.m., when the
new 49-star flag becomes official,
a crew of -maybe 10 capital po police
lice police will lay aside their law books
and pistols and spell each other
for hours running flags up and
down a battery of five flag poles.
, According to capitol architect J.
George Stewart, this could go on
through the dawn's early light,
all day. and maybe into the night,
depending on certain factors like
whether you, too, want to get into
the act.
Based on present indications, at
least 1,000 Scout troops, Legian
posts, Chambers of Commerce,

Foirt

New Zone Phones
Won't Affect Calls
From Panama City
The new quarter million dollar
Canal Zone micro-wave relay sys system
tem system which will soon be a build build-yig
yig build-yig will literally put inter-Zone
phone calls up in the air.
Conventional telephone calls
pass through wires connected be between
tween between two points. But not so
with the new system which will
operate directly between Balboa
and Cristobal, via Gamboa and
Gatun.
One of the miracles of modern
nWirnnics is that sounds the
human ear cannot detect can j
sent through the air without
wires between the two points.
And this U exactly what the com coming
ing coming micro-wave transmission sys system
tem system will do. f
In all, the system initially will
send a maximum df 54 telephone
calls through 54 separate air
paths between Balboa and Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. And to make sure the calls
get there and get there loud e e-nough
nough e-nough to hear, the calls will pass
through "booster" stations at
Gamboa and Gatun along the
way. vi-jA-w.w-....
The route of the sound wave
itself is called a voice-channel.
As installed, the system will be
potentially capable of handling a a-bout
bout a-bout 225 of these voice-channels
and can even be wired later to
than now in service" by. cable.
Contrary to the hopes f
dreamers, the system will have
no effect whatever on Calls' fee.
tween Panama and the Canal
Zone. -i'
Bride, Groom to Go
To Altar Side by Side
In Belgian Wedding
BRUSSELS (UPI) Prince Al
bert of Liege will inaugurate new
ritual for weddings in Belgium
when he marries his 21-year-old
Italian sweetheart Princess Paoia
Ruffo di Calabria here today.-
Vnr thi first time a bride and
bridegroom will walk up the aisle
side by side, instead of being es
corted by their parents.
The new ritual, replacing tne
centuries-old tradition of the fath father
er father escorting the bride to the al
tar, has been decided upon Dy
an inter-diocesan decree oi Bel Belgian
gian Belgian churches.
It is possible because when Bel Belgian
gian Belgian couples enter church they
ar already leeallv married. All
church services must be preceded
by g civil service performed by
the mayor of the municipauiy in
which the bride or bridegroom
lives.
The wedding of king Baudo Baudo-uin's
uin's Baudo-uin's brother and heir presump presumptive,
tive, presumptive, 25-year-old prince Albert,
and Princess Paola, wljl be no
exception.
Instead of being legally mar married
ried married in a bleak registry office,
however, their civil wedding will
take place in a glittering salon
of Brussels Palace. The religious
ceremony will follow at ancient
St. Gudule's Church.
Albert will be given away by
his father ex-King Leopold and
Paola by hfr uncle Prince Fran Francesco.
cesco. Francesco. Her father is dead.

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Capitol Cops Set For Saturday Stint

and ordinary taxpayers are hop hoping
ing hoping to acquire the first 49-star
flag to be flown over the capitol.
Barring acts of God, like thun thunderstorms,
derstorms, thunderstorms, Stewart will see to it
they all get it, almost. Specifical Specifically,
ly, Specifically, each applicant will, receive a
49-star flag duly certified to have
been flown over the .capitol; the
first day on which this was legal.
Of course the first, first flag to
be flown over the capitol will go
to the new state of Alaska.
Stewart won't like me for this,
but actually it still isn't too lte
to put your name in the pot.
An air mail special to your Con-
S-essman, enclosing $5.80 to cover
e cost of a brand new, beauH
ful, 5 by 8 flag, or $2.35 for one
just as pretty but only 3 by 5, is
all that's required.
Just tell him you want
that has flown over tbe
flag
capitol

n

CESAR VEGA (left), leader of the Cuban invasion force which
surrendered at Nombre de Dios May 1, talks with Panama's
Director of Jails Lionel Brown aboard the COPA airliner which
took Vega and about 40 of his men back to Cuba. Upon arrival
home Vega, with two months personal experience in Panama
jails, attacked the slowness with which accused persons in Pan Pan-ami,
ami, Pan-ami, are brought to trail.
; ..

nvasion Chief

la nairia's Legal System

HAVANA, July (UPI)-Cesar
Vena, the leader f the Cuban
rebel inyaders who returned here
yesterday from' Panama, today
described Panama aajiymg in
name government
bloodthirsty type like Batitta't
wat. It maintain a horrible
tyttem f exploitation of 1h
people, to the .extent that If a
Panamanian It erretted and he
hat he influence he may, re remain
main remain in fail for tlx montht,
one er two years without being
brought to trial."
"There is no freedom at all
there." he added.
Commenting oh the failure of
the'invasion of Panama on April
25. Veea said it failed "because
the hundreds of Panamanian pa
triots who we were told would
join us did not show up; the gen
eral strike which had been prom
ised bv the Panamanians who
Dlanned the Invasion with us did
not materialize either."
He said that after their arriva1
at Nombre de Dios, the invader?
were visited by representatives of
the Cuban eovernment who told
of tiie damage their actions might
Ernie Cotton's
Funeral Will Be
3 pm Tomorrow
Funeral services will be held
at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Union Church for Ernest
C. Cotton, former superintendent
of the Panama Canal printing
plant, who died Tuesday night at
Coce Solo Hospital.
The services will be conducted
by the Rev. Henry Gustafson.
Committal services for the ash ashes
es ashes will be held by the Scottish
rite bodies at a later date.
Pallbearers for the funeral serv services
ices services will be: J. E. Erikson, R. H.
Fong, W, M. Badders, D. B. Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, D. A. WaddeU, Jr., W. P.
Garrett, R. G. Peterson, and F.
A. Chollar, all of whom are mem members
bers members of' the Cross Roads Shrine
Club, of which Mr. Cotton wai a
member.
on the bourtn of July. Me win
buy the flag in the House station stationery
ery stationery store (and those prices are
about half what ybu would pay
elsewhere) and pass it along in
its red, white and blue box to the
architects office.
As of Monday, that office was
awash in red, white and blue
boxes, awaiting the historic day.
Of course, there are always
some people who have to be dif different.
ferent. different. They are asking for the
last 48-star flags to be flown over
the heads of the Congress on July
3. But to get in on this you' will
have to supply vour own flag. The
stationery store is sold out of
these old-fashioned models.
Congress got into the flag busi business
ness business so long ago nobody remem remembers
bers remembers when. The original idea was
to award some worthy group the
tattered remains of the big 8 by
12 flags that fly rain or shine and

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Planned

Vega Raps
do tq the Cuban -revolution. This
made Vega's group decide to I
surrender, "even though we did
not renounce our convictions.
-decided to make the sacr
Ike and Mamie Plan
Camp David Party
To Mark Anniversary
WASHINGTON. July 2 (UPI -President
and Mn. Eisenhower
slip off to their retreat in the
Maryland mountains today to
continue celebration of their 43rd
wedding anniversary with an uld uld-fashioned
fashioned uld-fashioned house party for old
friends.
The couple was expected to
leave this afternoon for Came
David, Md., in the Catoctin moun mountains
tains mountains where they will be able t.
escape the muggy Washington
heat over the long July 4 week
end.
Eisenhower, then a first lieu lieutenant,
tenant, lieutenant, married Mamie Geneva
Doud in her frame house in Den
ver 43 years ago yesterday.
San Lorenzo Trip
On 4th Cancelled
A planned trip to Fort San Lo Lorenzo
renzo Lorenzo for the Fourth of July has
been cancelled due to unforessen
circumstances, it was announced
early this afternoon by Rev. Wal Wal-daba
daba Wal-daba Stewart. The outing was to
be sponsored by the Bethel Mis Mission
sion Mission Church of Paraiso.
Rev. Stewart stated that the
trip will be made at a later time.
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SECNI VISITS U.S.
ROME (UPI) Italian premier
Antonio Segni has accepted an in invitation
vitation invitation from President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to visit the United States in
September. The visit was billed
an opportunity for Italy and the
United States in September. The
visit was billed an opportunity for
Italy and the United States to en engage
gage engage in a "deep exchange of
views" on world problems.
24 hours daily from the East
West fronts of the Capitol.
and
But these didn't wear out fast
enough to meet the demand. So
along about 1937 some nrient
member just bought a new flag
and took It to the people in
charge.
"Just let it flutter s minute,
and then give me a letter to cer certify
tify certify that it did.''' he requested.
The word got around and Con Congress'
gress' Congress' flag business has been fly flying
ing flying high ever since. Last year
2,850 emblems went out, each
with an appropriate letter from
Stewart, certifying to its historic
flight.
Stewart, in his letter, doesn't
actually ay how. long the flag
flew in its honored position. If
asked, he says several minutes
afloat in the breeze is what he
shoots for but that when business
is hummine, something less may
have to suffice,

For

Alaska To Get Warm Reception
As Zone Raises 49-Star Flags
Fourth of July festivities on both sides of the Isthmus will run the aamut from do.

rades and patriotic speeches to picnics, baseball, fireworks and dances.
The Saturday holiday will be observed throughout Panama as well as on the Ca Canal
nal Canal ZoneTraditionally, the Panamanian government sets aside the Fourth of July as
a holiday, while the Zone government joins Panama in observing Nov. 3, the anniver-

sary or Panama s independence.
Government offices in both Panama and the Zone will be closed Saturday, as well
as most shops. A holiday feature in Panama will be the running of the Fourth of July1
classic at the President Remdn racetrack. The races will begin at 1 p.m., and the clas classic
sic classic is scheduled for 5:15.
The weekend, which will be a three.day holiday for most US government employes,
will also find fishing enthusiasts heading for deep waters and many seeking relaxation!
have made plans to visit beaches and vacation spots jn the Interior.
Members of the Diablo Camera Club will possibly be the longest-distance weekend,
travelers. The group plans to leave the Isthmus this afternoon to fly to Miami for a
weekend of sightseeing and picture-taking.
For those planning to stay close to home, here is a run-down of the various activities
scheduled for each community:

Balboa
An impressive parade is being
planned for Pacific siders by the
American Legion, sponsors of th?
Pacific Side community activities
for the Fourth celebration. The
groups will form at 10:30 a.m. at
Johnson Place, and will begin the
march at 11 a.m. to pass in re
view in front of the Balboa Serv-
ice Center.
The route, from Johnson Place,
will continue down fiarnabf Stieet
to Johnson Place
High ranking officials of the
government and military will take
the salutes from the reviewing
stand.
The American Legion Club at
Fort Amador will also be the scene
of a patriotic program, starting at
noon. The 79th Army Band will
provide music for the flag entry
ceremony, followed by n address
by Judge Guthrie Crowe.
; A family plate lunch will be
served at 1 p.m., followed by free
movies at 2 for the youngsters.
Athletic highlight of the day
will be a championship baseball
game at 2 p.m., with the Legion
team'battling the Veterans of For
eign Wars nine.
American Legion officials have
invited the public to attend the
festivities.
Fort Kobbe
Anyone for puaa, lomi or
pia? That's what the menu
full-fledged Hawaiian luau
hau hau-at
at hau-at a
will
the
feature Saturday evening at
Fort Kobbe Teen Club.
The eav island festivities
will
get underway at 5 p.m., when the
roasted pig will be taken f;om
the pit. That's the puaa. Other
exotic foods will include chicken
en luau (it's cooked in coconut
juice with otoe leaves), lomi (sal (salmon
mon (salmon with onions and tomatoes),
baked sweet potatoes, poi and hau hau-pia,
pia, hau-pia, a coconut pudding.
After dinner, Ruth Walea and
her troupe of Hawaiian dancers
will present a program of an ancient,
cient, ancient, modern, comic and imple
ment annces.
The event is being sponsored
by the Hui O Hawaii (Club of Ha Hawaii),
waii), Hawaii), of which Louis Decena of
Fort Amador is president. Provi Provisions
sions Provisions are being prepared for a
bout 250 guests, and only a few
are still available, club officials
said.
While this Fourth of July is the
first year 49 stars have graced the
U.S. flag, the Hawaiian contingent
is celebrating the forthcoming ad addition
dition addition of the 50th star, the one
which is soon to be added with
the statehood of Hawaii.
CFN Radio, TV
I
CFN-TV and radio have schedul-
ed special programs for Saturday
in observance of Fourth of July
and adoption of the new 49-star
flag.
At 9 a.m. a special radio remote
broadcast of the flag presentation
ceremony at Quarry Heights will
be broadcast. Also on radio will
be "To The Colors," a tribute to
Alaska at 5:45 p.m., followed by
a special message from President
Eisenhower at 7:55 p.m.
Television highlights include
films of tbe Balboa parade during
Panorama, while a radio tape is
slated for Panorama's radio fans.
At 6:30 p.m. an Independence Day
program is slated for CFN TV
Climaxing the IV coverage for the
holiday will be a special film mes
sage by President Eisenhower at
8 p.m. I

Quarry Heights
Formal raising of the new 49 49-star
star 49-star American flag by the defense
forces of the:.Canal Zone will be
centered at Quarry Heights Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.vf
U. Gen. Kidgely Uaitner, com commander
mander commander in chief Caribbean, will
present the flagto the Caribbean
Command, for the first time dis
playing Alaska as the 49th state
in the field o& etajfs
guard of 'honor; Ceremony, to which
the general public is invited at 9
a.m. on the parade ground of the
unified command headquarters at
Quarry Heights, simultaneously
with other initial displays' in the
Canal Zone on the 183rd Independ Independence
ence Independence Day of the United States.
Gaither will speak against a
background of all the flags of the
49 states, each to be flown accord according
ing according to entry date into the Union.
The flag of Delaware, the first
state which entered the Union in
1787, will receive the center place
of honor with the rest of the flags
following in numerical order right
and left of the honor position.
At the color changing ceremony,
the 48-star flag will be lowered
and the new 49-star flag will then
be raised to the National Anthem,
played by the 79th Army Band,
with a 21-gun salute being fired
by a battery of the 4th Gun Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, 517th Artillery.
After the flag has been raised
to full mast, the band will play
the state song of Alaska, "Alaska's
Flag."
Participating honor platoons of
the Army, Navy, Air Force and
Marines, stationed in the Canal
Zone, will present a colorful par
ade in tribute to the Stars and
Stripes.
At noon, for the first time, a 49-
gun salu'e will be fired by a bat
tery of the 4th Gun battalion from
the Post of Fort Amador.
Coco Solo
Festivities at Coco Solo wnl o o-pen
pen o-pen at 9 a.m., with a parade start starting
ing starting at the Coco Solo main gate
and continuing to Severn Road,
Calhoune Road, past the chapel
to Cushing Avenue. Johnston Ave Avenue
nue Avenue and concluding at the elemen elementary
tary elementary school.
Roger J. Rios will be the ?rnnd
marshal, and units participating
in the march will include the Air
Force Dand and contingents ol the
Army Navy, Veteran of Foreign
Wars and Auxiliary, American Le
gion, Girl, Boy and Sea Scouts.
The program at the school will
feature the raising of the 49 star
flag at 10 a m. Guest speairrs
will be Judge Lorcn B Ilillsinger
and Canal Zone Gov. William E.
Potter. The invocation will be iv iv-en
en iv-en by Rev. Robert Vignola and
the benediction by Pastor R. il-
i lick.
After
the
parade and speeches,
games
for all age groups will be
played, with ribbon awards tor
archery experts. Rides on boats,
kiddie cars and a fire engine will
be added attractions. Movies es especially
pecially especially for the children will be
shown from 2 to 4 p.m. in the newly-air
conditioned' theater.
Hot dogs, hamburgers, sodas and
coffee will be sold throughout the
day. Food-wise, the day's aclivi-
tips fpntnrp a huffet stinnpr at the
Breakers Club from 5:30 to 7:301
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scene of a shirtsleeve dance trom
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ,with a six piece
orchestra providing the music,

Panama City
The National Institute in Pana Panama
ma Panama City will present a program in
observance of the independence
anniversary 11 of the United Stales
at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Assem Assembly
bly Assembly hall of the college. Dr. Ismael
Garcia, principal, has extended
an invitation to U.S. citizens liv living
ing living on the Isthmus to attend.

After the singing of the school
hymn, by tb$ student body, the o o-pening
pening o-pening address will be given by
Alcides Linares- A diaraeW)5 diaraeW)5-dialogue
dialogue diaraeW)5-dialogue -wlBcludeCarra
ItCttftere as George Washington,
Clemente Henriquez as Patrick
Henry, Bertie Springer as Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Lincoln, Ricardo Jimenez as
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Magali Mi Mi-ro
ro Mi-ro as Eleanor Roosevelt, Alber Alber-to
to Alber-to Chandeck as The Common Man
and Carlos V. Romero as The Un
known Soldier. Piano selections
by Carlos Prescott.
Principal address of the pro program
gram program will be given by John De De-Noia,
Noia, De-Noia, cultural affairs officer of
the United States Information
Service in Panama,
Folk songs will be sung by mem members
bers members of the English Club, and the
national anthems of Panama and
the United States will conclude
the program.
Margarita
Margarita's Independence Day
parade will form at 8:30 at the
Knights of Columbus Club. The
parade is due to start at 8:45 and
will continue down Espave Ave Avenue
nue Avenue to Secdnd Street to Margari Margari-ta
ta Margari-ta Avenue. Moving down Marga
rita to Third Street, the parade
will disband at the South Marga Margarita
rita Margarita School, where patriotic exer exercises
cises exercises are planned for 9 a.m.
After the pledge of allegiance
by Miss Judy Griffon, the invoca invocation
tion invocation will be given by Rev. Henry
A. Gustafson. Gov. W. E. Potter
will also speak at this program,
and Rev. Michael Wye will pre present
sent present the benediction.
Small fry will eagerly await the
magic hour of 9:45. when rides on
a kiddie train, fire engine and
jeep will begin. Athletic events for
youngsters will start at 10, md
for adults at 11 a.m., and prizes
will be awarded by the Margari Margarita
ta Margarita Recreation Association.
As these activities are in pr
gress, a pungent scent drifting
from the barbecue pit of the
Elk's bohio (across from the South
Margarita School on Fort Gulick
Road) will whet appetites.
holders will be served from
a.m. to 2 p.m.
The whole steer was donated foj
the occasion by Colon business
man Albert Motta, and will be pre
pared and served by members of
the Cristobal Elks Lodge 1542
Tom Sellers, president of the
Cristobal Margarita Civic Council,
and general chairman of the Aiar
garita Fourth of July committee,
announced that a one dollar dona donation
tion donation will entitle all members)1 oTD
family to the barbecue and
chances on the door prizes. Th
tickets may be purchased at the
Margarita Retail Store and tht
Margarita Service Center during
operating hours until the Fourth.
and the money will be used to' de
ff av flvnnncoi rt h t i ktuuit, m

Ticket U

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Sellers said. V?

The Cristobal Yacht Ckrt) will
have open house from 2:30 to I
p.m., and will present a program
of boat races and water skiing.
Also at 2:30 will be a free movie
for children at the theater in the
Margarita Service Center.
Tie day's festivities at Marga
rita will end with a spectacular
aerial fireworks display, beginning
at R D.m. The Vcolorful show will
be the only official fireworks pro-
gram OB
state.
the iuuutm, seller



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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

isiffht is eei tins no better and sometimes I think I had better give

5t up, bu: 1 knok 1 have a tew friends that want to keep up with me
5nd I couiun'l do without the Hinkle's. If there js anything 1 would

Jike to know it comes and they don
Wo ai-P Piiin in hp uo auainst

jsmiling at the prospect of a Nicaraguan Canal. It's coming and I

"tyill live to see it
f We are having some real hot days and 100 is common.
i With u rniiM sharp thp reaches and cream with you and won

Avr if vnn ran m:, kp mil thin scribbling. I can't for I can't see all

ithe time. Time for some visitors
!for the auto. Till next week.
CZ WAGE
Sir:
Mmv nf ne are iimnrant of

the scenes in the Canal Zone. This Is so, and will remain that
way for a long time If someone does not break the weak link
and let the truth flow out. As Lincoln said, "Let the people know
the truth and the country is safe."
Knowledge and Information are acquired by reading, dlscus dlscus-rinir
rinir dlscus-rinir u-m-iH of fairs with others and listening to radios and tele-

Vision. But we should realize
. v I J ..

SOI puDiisnea Dy uie evciyuay wnwi. iuc vjw ...oK
rs try to bring the truth to the people at various opportunities.
I At present, reductlons-in-force and down-grandings are pre prevailing
vailing prevailing on a large Fcale. Employes are being offered positions
which are several grades and enormous sums below their present
rates of pay. They are actually being forced out, because ac
cepting one cut is opening the door to another.
J I have hefe a few examples with which I will try to clarify
what I have lust related to you:
' (1)' Shortly before the effective date of the new wage scale
an employe was given reductionin-force notice because his job
was being abolished. This employe was earning $1.23 per hour,
but he was offered another job at $0.92 ph. He readily accept accepted
ed accepted because he thought he could work himself up again, but he
tlid not get that chance. Within six weeks he was offered an another
other another job at $0.86 ph because of RIF. Poor fellow, losing faith
In himself, he accepted. Within another six weeks he learned
that he was going again, this time crossing the Isthmus, away
from home, with a cut to $0.67 ph. He realized then what had
occurred, but it was too late. If this employe had realized that
the US government Intended to deprive him of his benefits at
$1 23 ph he would have left instead of accepting the first action.
(2) An employe working at $1.23 ph for more than three
tears, received $1.67 ph with the new wage scale, which has yet
to be published officially, only to be-rtdtjed to $1-06 one week
later
(3 Another employe at grade M-8 and $r.99 ph was slashed
to grade M-3 and $0.67. it, .. ,
WMt do you think of these actions? Do you think them fair?
These are not the only changes in operations. All jobs earning
Jn excess of $1.06 p6 are considered security or sensitive, whereby
signifying these positions re limited to US citizens only. The
r.H in t.hp Pani 7,nn todav i. to have Panamanians In ware

housemen andlaborer positions. There positions do not offer sala-J
C . i i i ..Hunnu AM-MMmwt tVi iwir anri

Ties ior improving iivihk cuhuiwiu mm nuiiin.
needy to remain as Is. Well paid Panamanians will be very few
and will be employes in positions where a laggard cannot be
used, because the position calls for accuracy and production. Th s,
I am afraid, does not refer to the few US employes employed In
Canal organizations who are capably intelligent.
On a recent vacancy list there were 15 positions listed with
inly one over $1.00 ph as "non-sensitive." It is difficult to realize
n electrician (lineman), or cable splicer, or englneman (hoist
lg & portable) a sensitive position.
Less than two years ago the popUton of stock manager (post (poster)
er) (poster) was placed in grade 4, standardizing this position. Now it is
being resurveyed with the Intention of cutting the grade to 3.
Why is this being done? Is it because the salary is too high, or
because the individuals involved will live too independently, soon sooner
er sooner or later? Cutting this position to grade 3 will automatically
mean a cut of $0.61 ph.
L There are 13 stock managers at Ordnance, 11 at Quarter Quarter-piaster,
piaster, Quarter-piaster, six at Signal, others at Engineer, etc Should these em employes
ployes employes tender their resignations upon receipt of a cut (all at
once) it would certainly cause a rustle in the organizations. The
government surely would not enjoy this treatment.
Don't get cut if you can avoid holding the blade, friends!
Elia II.
' ERRORS OF PREJUDICE
Sir:
I always find the Mall Box interesting reading, especially

tehen one of the contributors disagrees with another,
f Here are two people who do know one another expressing
their views on the same subject. "A" says what he thinks and
then B" writes in to say that "A" is way off the track.
Since "A' la positive he is right, it can only follow that in his
Inind "B" must be wrong. "A" does not like some of the things
Which "B" wrote in and said about him so a small dislike is born
In "As' mind.
If "A" should answer the letter which B" wrote telling B
that he is next to an ape as far as intelligence goes, then "B"
has no choice but to dislike "A." We" now have the rather unique
actuation of two complete strangers not liking each other. But is
it really so unique?
? Let us imagine that by some trick of Fate that "A" and B"
are neighbors. They have always been good friends until one fine
Way one of them finds out that the other is the hated rival who
iald all those nasty things about him in the paper. In each of
heir minds there is a prejudice against the other. Prejudice )s
k pretty strong medicine. It does not recognize the individual,
Snly the group to which he belongs. So 'A" sees "B" In another
The basic reason for this whole problem is that the two men
not agree over orn particular point. "A" 1 angry at "B"
almply because "B" does not think the way "A" does. The reason
the situation of two strangers almost hating one another is not
Unique is because It is a part of our times.
! I am a member of organization "A." Members of party "B"
4lo hot think like we do therefore they are wrong. It is something
like taking a bite of some exotic new dish and finding It to be
Very tasty. When we ask what it is and find out it Is fried snail
It is all we can do to keep from vomiting.
4 If we stop to think for a minute and study the word "preju "prejudice"
dice" "prejudice" we find it breaks down into "prejudgement" to Judge a
man whom we have a never met and render a verdict of guilty
because of his bellfes.
. I am not trying to set myself apart from those who "pre "prejudge.
judge. "prejudge. I am as quilty as most. I only hope that the time will
come when we all become a little more aware of this grave error.
From awareness comes understanding, and from understanding
icomes the world peace that man has dreamed of since the be be-iglnnlng
iglnnlng be-iglnnlng of recorded time.
The Dreamer.
o
DITCH DIGGER
Blr:
J In recent months quite a large number of certificates and
old badges were being distributed to local rate employes who
have worked for 20 and 30 years for the Panam4 Canal govern
inent.
v I presume these men have given faithful service which war warrant
rant warrant such recognition and distinction. May I ask why some con consideration
sideration consideration is not given to the old retire ddltch diggers who built
the great waterway which is now earning thousands of dollars for
;the U-S. government. The old diggers also worked for 30 and 40
years which was no easy task. The men who receive these certi certificates
ficates certificates and badges just went in and found everything running
teasy.
j Why isn't tome consideration given to the men who had to
jwork everyday In rain, mud and sun to complete a Job that Is
hvell Done?
Why can't the governor and other high officials give us a
jbrealt by even presenting us with a metal badge for our services?
f Old Timer.

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lake the Mail Box to do it all. My
t miss mucn.
it soon. 1 can see Mark Tenny
from the crossroads. 'I'm looking
Pop Wright.
JUGGLING
the events taking place behind
that everything that happens Is
Tl,n "nflvnta OVo" inenAP

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RlfSEL
That not-so-ancient mariner Al
fred Bryant Renton Bridges (Har
ry, to you) has some plans for
the morning of Oct. 1, 1959, the
deadline for his moves to have
the nation's waterfront come up
in the murky dawn as idle ai a
painted ship upon a painted o-
cean. n
Bridges' trtajem calls for
shutting down every port from
Maine to Texas, every harbor
from western Canada to south of
the border. Not a ship would
move. Not an American vessel.
Not a foreign one. Not a bag
would be loaded.
The docks would clog. Goods
would bulg out the walls of
warehouses.. Freight would back
up. Railroads would embargo
their loadings at inland depots.
Harry Bridges would hang an
alba'ross around the neck of s.A' s.A'-merican
merican s.A'-merican commerce. 11
Harry B. and his boys in the
International Logshoremen's and
Warehousemen's Union have been
planning this for months. After
one skull session, Bridges and
his braintruster and comrada,
Louis Goldblatt, flew out of San
Francisco on June 21.
That was a Sunday, but they
knew just where to reach an old
friend, James Riddle Hoffa. They
were expected. The next day
Bridges and Goldblatt went
straight to Brother Hoffa's office,
where the electronic weather con conditioning
ditioning conditioning unit and sliding panels
devised by American capitalist in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity didn't dampen Bridges'
class conscious soul. There he
spoke softly almost crooned,
what has been described by a
witnessing wit as a "September
song."
Bridges turned to leaders of
the East Coast waterfront union,
the International Longhoremen's
Assn. They had been called in
by Brother Hoffa. Bridges said
there really wasn't much time.
Between them they could shut
down every American port on the
night of Sept. 30.
At that time the contracts cov
ering some 35,000 dockwallopers
on piers from Portland. Maine.
to Brownsville. Texas p x n i r e
There will be a strike. Everybo Everybody
dy Everybody on the inside of the famed wa
terfront expects one. Everybody
is preparing for it. Shippers and
mporters are stocking up.
This ILA stoppage is expected
to be fought over automation. On
the docks this means automatic
loading, speedier movement into
the hulls and the packaging of
loose cargo in huge containers.
Note the word "containerization."
Instead of hundreds of crates or
bags being loaded individually,
they'll firs' be packed in big met metal
al metal 'boxes."
New big loading gear will then
scoop up the containers instead
of slings waiting for broad-shoul
dered men to fote every bale.
The ILA's exoer's sav that this
containerization" will cu the
number of iobs in New York har
bor from some 24.000 to less
than 10.000. And the hrl" burlv
waterfront of old will become
merely a memory and an old
motion picture.
So the ILA's national headquar
ters is preparing to strike. There
will be much talk of this come
July 13 when th ILA's conven-
ion meets in Miami Beach.
Harry Bridges said to the ILA
leaders there under the beaming
Jim Hoffa that he could strike the
West Coast too. And right at the
same time. The contracts of
Bridges' Pacific-Hawaiian-Alaskan
Longshoremen's Union expired
June 15. Negotiations have been
sluggishly quiet so far.
Bridges explained he could let
these negotiations just roll along
until September. Then the cargo
heavers on both coasts could hit
the docks together. Hoffa oledg oledg-ed
ed oledg-ed the usual pledges. The Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters would support tte strikes.
ILA president Bill Bradley
came out to report that he told
Bridges never to darken the east eastern
ern eastern docks again. But September
is a few crises away and portly
Bill Bradley may not be the ILA
chief then.
However, Brother Hoffa did not
tell Brother Bridges not to dark darken
en darken his marble portals again. Yet
Hoffa knows that Harry Bridges
recently returned ifrom Tokyo.
There Bridges let up a permanent
world maritime federation. Most
of the affiliated unions are Com Communist
munist Communist controlled. Most are on
the record as spewing hatred at
the U.S.
They have a global headquar headquarters
ters headquarters there. In charge is Tomitaro
Kaneda, president of the All-Japan
Dock workers Union, devotees
of Peiping and Moscow. They
the maritime affiliates have
nromised not to unload U.S. ship
diverted from any of the atruck
U.S. ports.
It could all be as idle as a
painted ship upon a painted o o-cean.
cean. o-cean. RADAR RANOI BOOST ID
BALTIMORE (UPI) The O O-velopment
velopment O-velopment of a device to increase
the range of aircraft radar sys systems
tems systems by as much as five to ten
times in bad weather was an announced
nounced announced yesterday by Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Electric Corp. The compa company
ny company explained that the new mecha mechanism
nism mechanism filters out much of the "clut "clutter"
ter" "clutter" on radar screens created by
the reflection of storms and clouds
Called a "polarliation switch" the
device has been successfully test
ed, Westinghoust said.

Walter Winchell In

TVar WW: Well, vou sure start-
rf int nf work with Buddy Hack-
ett's diet and telling readers to
write him care of the paper lor
it. .We have many thousands of
letters, but Mrs. Hackett and his
doctor are beside themselves
with worry that you will make
people sick who try to follow it.
. .You must not mention the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's name, for one thing, and be because
cause because it is such a special diet
Uor one wh was so obese as
the comedian) It may not be
right for other. ,After many
frantic phone calls from Hackett
and his medic (they fear you re remembered
membered remembered it and had told it to
readers) I pledged you would fol follow
low follow their instructions, to wit:
First, all concerned must see
their own doctors; then they
must take blood tests and have
their doctor prescribe a auitable
diet.
Your item that Andre Previn
and singer Betty Bennett (his
long-time estranged mate) might
reconcile, looks like! Previn, who
is booked for Chicago's London
House in August, asked the own owners
ers owners of Mr. Kelly's there to book
RpIIv at thp eame time. . Our
Buffalo nnner will be haDDV to
know that Norma Douglas and
CBS were united. Contracts sign signed,
ed, signed, etc. Her first show will be.
the Andy Williams program Ju
ly 28.
Good feature story In Kathryn
Albertson, a 6 foot "gypsy" show show-gal.
gal. show-gal. She's the tallest one in the
travesty burlesque scene. She
wears only two Yule bells and a
boot to cover the essentials. She
also hits the highest note, an A A-flat.
flat. A-flat. A former opera singer. ..
Barney Gallant, who helped make
night club history, is in twon do doing
ing doing his book. He wants to discuss
some of the things that happen happened
ed happened to both of you. . Big teud
back-stage at "Sweet Bird Of
Youth." Because one of the cast
goes home early and won't wait
for the curtain calls. .Marsha
Dell, 22, the dazzling hatcheck
girl at Johnny's Keyboard, will
be rich after July 9. That's when
she weds Carl Burkes, wealihy
mfr.
If "On The Beach" Fred As As-laire's
laire's As-laire's next film with Ava Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, he calls her A-va. His daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's name is spelled the same
way but Daddy calls her Ahvah.
. .Martha Raye may get Ethel
ALARM

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Merman's role in the touring
company of "Gypsy". .1 see
Jacques Bergerac and Dorothy
Malone took out a wedding li license
cense license in Australia. Remember
all those denials.? .Time ma's
"cover" jinx doesn't take long
these days. Lewis Strauss made
the June 15th cover and was re rejected
jected rejected by the Senate 3 days lat later.
er. later. .You should warn periorni periorni-ers
ers periorni-ers about Havana. The casinos
pay good money but the deduc deductions
tions deductions Castro's gov't take almost
wipes it out, according to sever several
al several entertainers who called. .All
Hitchcock is very mysterious a a-bout
bout a-bout his next movie. I hear it'll
be based on Robert Bloch's sus suspense
pense suspense novel, "Pyscho,"
MAD Magazine, which satirizes
evervbodt. planned a take-oL on
fThe New" Yorker which special
izes in that theme. But that mag s
editors are unavailable for inter interviews.
views. interviews. .Long Island's Curtis
Swift called. Said it is, true that
Liz Schell was a weekend guest,
but the assumption by Liz's
friends that he'll be her 4th
groom suprisepV both. Still good
friends but he plans marrying an another.
other. another. '. .The Blue Angel, never
in the red, will shutter for a
month July 2nd. .Big fist fight at
the Friars Club. One combatant
was a comic whose club dulies
are to keep members from just
that!
Academy of Dramatic Arts stu student
dent student Carol Victoria Hancock has
given up fighting Broadway. She
becomes a bride tomorrow in
Palm Beach. The groom is schol scholarly
arly scholarly Benjamin Hoge of Staunton,
Va. He is with Scott Foresman,
Chicago publishers. .Alan Pesin,
author of "My Little Brother Gets
Away With Murder" (Citadel
Press), celebrates his birthday
on the 29th. He will be 111. .Su .Susan
san .Susan Cabot's front page publicity
(when King Hussein dated her)
has paid off. Many offers fnr
leads in films. .Considerable
mail from songwriters thanking
you for the column about Public
Domain. Especially from widows
. .Jack Herbert, the wit, phon phoned.
ed. phoned. Said you were the first to pub publish
lish publish his pepigrams and that last
week he had quips In the Satur Saturday
day Saturday Eve'g Post, Coronet and
Quote mag.
"There's Always a Murder" o o-pens
pens o-pens July 14th at Cedar Grove,

HOGs

CLOCK CLUB

'i ': .'-NEASemce, lnc.

New York
N. J. The featured role will be
played by Myrtle Verne, Girl
Friday to Dorothy Kilgallen.
"Mr. John," the renowned milli milliner,
ner, milliner, will also be in the casti. .
"Flower Drum Song" has paid
back investors. Quicker than any
of their memorable productions.
. ."Rednead" will have paid lor
us $300,000 cost July 4th. .Ten .Tennis
nis .Tennis circles hear that Mexican
beauty Yola Ramirez and Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Bill Knight are a blazing
romance. They met recently on
a mixed doubles court. .Ed Uh Uhlan
lan Uhlan thinks that many of the frontier-marshal
and private eye TV
offerings should be called "law-and-odor"
programs. .Biggest
real estate scramble in years is
taking place in Times Square.
Producers dickering to buy 42nd
Street "grind" houses to shelter
thejr Fall shows. ;
Tina Louise's mother (Betty
Myers), who has been in the
papers so much, is doing a book
titled "Lawyer On Short Notice"
. .Anna Maria Alberghetti and
Buddy Bregman, who planned
marriage. and s titan cancelled
things, still own a Hollywood
home they bought "when love
was new and each kiss an insoir-
ation". RarHnt'e nmhuir
Raoul Levy, has another dream-
ueaui unaer nis wing. She is Dan Danielle
ielle Danielle Gaubert. .Rumor persiss
that Robert Weitman will get the
spot Hub Robinson had at CBS.
. .Hollywood extras mav siriku
next month. .The Jed Harru1
(Bebe Allen) reconciles. .One of
the lemme leads in "Tarzan's
Greatest Adventure" is Scil'a
Gabel. Scilla is pronounced
Sheila. .Kav Staffnrrl
feld Girl and Powers model, js
uur irom inaia. Bagged a Ben Bengal
gal Bengal tiger with one shot.
Frankie Avalon's new record
"Boy Without A Girl," is prack prack-uly
uly prack-uly "O, Promise Me" in its mid midsection.
section. midsection. .Howcum Jerry Jewis
new movie, "Don't Give Up The
Ship." went inln a Ri-AnirK it,
ter without a Broadway deUuP
U .) C 1 .
."ui oieveus is kock Hud Hudson
son Hudson s current tee hee. .1 just re received
ceived received 35 Silver Hnllnrc n..
. -"'-.to iiwni JVUU-
yon Fund President Dan Parker.
ijins irom Mirror co workers
honoring his 35 VPirt fit tka
sports desk. .Variety's newest
staffer is ackchelly named Ho-
late ureeiey, .mey teu me the
bash held for Toots Shor's clos closing
ing closing was a dilly. Everyone was
sold cober. Two lushes were o-
verneard gabbing. "I can't
wait," one said, "till Toots opens
his new place". ."I can't wait,"
said the other, "till he closes it!
. .Marv Small
the Bway musical comedy stage
"u uci iiuaumiu are oi-
vorcing amicably after 17 years.
. .Your storv ahnnt thp nni.
dealer lady touched Henry Gar Gar-finkle
finkle Gar-finkle of the American and U U-nion
nion U-nion News firms. He's the build
er of that new apartment house.
"As a former newshnv hp
"I share your sympathy for her
uc oaiu lie win nein ner.
Your Girl Friday

wtmm

Merry
Lit 1
WASHINGTON While most U.S.
diDlomais art: worrying, about. Ge
neva and Berlin, the .-pdwdef kj
in the Canbie8,B becomes itaotK
explosive. Approximately 400. Spall?
isn mercenaries)' supplied.: -f r o tti
General Ftnctf:mimU$ jails,,
are now in we. twrnimcan n.epuuri
lie, ready for in- attack do. CubaJ
With Fidel Castrp already having
launched an attack on TrujilW in
the Dominican, RepubBe.TiHijiAH)
now has an excuse for a' retalia retaliatory
tory retaliatory invasion. ;7r;rssr
The Spanish mercenaries were
paid $250 in spain before Ithey
left, are getting $50 a day regul-'
ar pay, are equipped with 50 Span Spanish
ish Spanish 150-mm. mortars, together with
ammunition p;u c.h a s e d :'lroni
France, and hafe been. holding ar artillery
tillery artillery practice within .earshot of
irujuio wiy.
Also churning the cafes and
streets of Trujillo City are a great
many Cuban army officers, exiled
by Castro, with more arriving ev every
ery every day. They ,are determined to
stage a comeback. Paradoxical
development is that they have
been demanding that ex-President
Batista, now in exile in the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic, lead them, and he
has refused. As an old army com commander,
mander, commander, he has shown them, in
terms of detailed strategy, how an
attempt to retake Cuba would on
ly lead to a blood bath.
The other day Batista was giv given
en given a veiled threat by i Trujillo
emissary that he would either
have to help lead an expedition to
invade Cuba or be surrendered to
Castro to stand trial. BatisK re refused
fused refused to encourage the expedition.
What happens to him t the hands
of his own ex-army officers, and
Trujillo remains to be seen.
BATTLE OVER BONDS
There was bitter, closed door
debate inside the Ways and Means
Committee o"er the question of
whether the Treasury shall be al allowed
lowed allowed to increase interest rates on
the government's long-term bonds
to the highest point since World
War I in order to persuade big in investment
vestment investment rouses to buy them.
Speaker Sam Ravburn came in
for attack by Remiblicans became
he had held a secret caucus with
Democrats regardine Eieenhower's
reouest for increased Interest
rates. The attacks on him aren't
to be published, but here is what
hanoened.
"T thought it was the province
of thie committee to deal with this
"uestinn." comnlained Republican
Rep. Dick Simpson of Pennsylva Pennsylvania.
nia. Pennsylvania. "We've got to do something.
The country is facing a financial
crisis with regard, to the national
debt. But there seem to be lit little
tle little point in the'comTnittee discuss discussing
ing discussing it here if you fellows have al already
ready already decided to reject the Presi President's
dent's President's phn under orders from
Speaker Rayburn and John Mc Mc-Cormack,
Cormack, Mc-Cormack, your majority leader."
"Sure, w? met with the Speak Speaker
er Speaker and John McCormack." .shot
hack the committee chairman,
Democrat Wilbur Mills of Arkan Arkansas.
sas. Arkansas. "What's wrong with that?
Yon fellows eetn do a lot if
conferring with Charlie Halleck
(the House GOP leader) on legis legislative
lative legislative noliries. but we don't com com-pl'!n
pl'!n com-pl'!n about it."
"Yes. but we thought you would
go a'op" with ihe Present's re
ouest. Wilbur." objected Bruce Al-
"er. the 'one Renubl'fan from
Texa:. "Has this meeting with the
Sneaker and MornrrnarV changed
vour mind' We d like to hve an
"nderstanding on whthor r o u
Democrats are goin? to do ome-
thirt ahnnt tv not"l debt, hv
accenting the President' nronosal.
or 'f vou are vng to sta'l around
and do nothing."
HELP FOR BIG BANKERS
"Listen. I am as concerned a-
bout Hie mounting national delit
s you are ant so. I hone, is eve eve-rv
rv eve-rv memVier o' Conpre" snannH
MilW. "NnN)dv is' sfall'ng. I nev never
er never havp i'"en a"fon" anv ass"".
ance tha T would eo lnnr w't1
(he Prc!dent's nronosal to reneal
the rei'li"" on fovornment bnn'U.
T am inclined tn think it m I h t
peln ia v;r Hankere more than it
would heir) the national eennomv.
if the Treasury Department were
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given blanketrppwer to increase in,
lerest rates op. bends."
?:mii, 1 JU just wondering if
the. necent -caucus with the Speak-
-..W.teiSfc .i. a i
uuiag reiiuorcea mat v.ew among
tftei Democratic members ot this
iommittee," needleo Aiger.
iam sure the meeting you
srifak about hasn't altered mv
I views on those of any other Demo
crat dm tbe committee," bristled
Mills. "You re jumping at con conclusions.
clusions. conclusions. Th trouble with, the
Whits House and its spokesmen in
Congress on this and other issues
is that you want all or nothing.
You won't get me to go alone on
"I'd like to make my own posi positron;
tron; positron; clear," declared Missouri's
-GOP Rep. Tom Curtis, amid the
quarreling. "In my opinion, our
Democratic friends have a right
to confer with their leaders any
me they want to. We Republic-
ajt;ao 11.
Nets The Republicans didn't
know, it, butjthe Democratic cau caucus
cus caucus with Sam Rayburn came to
no definite agreement, except that
Rayburn seemed anxious to help
his fellow Texan Secretary of the
Treasury Bob Anderson, increase
interest rates.
Several Democrats, including
Michigan's Thad Machrowicz, said
they would oppose any interest
rate increase' on government
bonds. Thev argued that this
would trigger an interest boost on
corporation bonds, with inflationa inflationary
ry inflationary results.
However. Rayburn insisted on
some action to avoid a fiscal "cris "crisis."
is." "crisis." He said Secretary Anderson
was worried over the "unsound
market position" of government
securities at current interest rates,
that foreign investors were becom becoming
ing becoming chary of U.S. bonds and might
start cashing them in exchange
for "gold."
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by the Department
of Christian E dire at Ion ef tha
Episcopal Church In the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.)
Phllipplans 2:7
SHIRT SLEEVES RELIGION
"But made himtalf of no rep reputation,
utation, reputation, and took uporf him tha
form of a servant, and wt
made in the likeness of men."
God commanded Isaiah to take
off his prophetic robe. He was to
go among the people or three
years garbed as a slave. Only so
would he be able to impress
God's message upon them.
Isaiah lived when the strong
walls of Jerusalem were crumb crumbling.
ling. crumbling. But so does our world today.
The old dogmas are tottering like
a siege-battered wall. Men are
journeying ink a strange land ai
they earn a living, make friends,
plan for the future. Life is being
built without benefit of old stan standards.
dards. standards. Just as Isaiah's people turned
to the broken reed of Egypt, so
our age hjrs clutched at straws
or yielded '. to despair. The world
needs the basic convictions which
the Christian faith has to offer.
But we must be able to speak in
terms white!) the world can under understand.
stand. understand. Is; Jjiurs a working, shirt
sleeves reugion able to meet the
world where it is. or merely a
Sunday go-to-meeting garb which
we wear on occasion?
REFUGEES PLAN STRIKE
BEIRUT Lebanon (UPI) Pal Palestinian
estinian Palestinian refugees in Lebanon ara
planning a hunger strike this
week durin? the visit of U.N. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Dag Hammar Hammar-skjold
skjold Hammar-skjold to the Middle East, accord according
ing according to Radio Damascus. The Arab
broadcast said the hunger strike
would protest Hammarskjold's re recent
cent recent statement that it weld t-ke
a good deal of time to return tha
refugees to,' their homes in what
is now Israel.
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Communist Threats Ignored in Luebke s! Wright Bros. Enter
Election as New W. German President !l Bid ?" fWoJk
o !AI Cristobal Station

Wright Brothers of Colon made
a low base bid of $20,806 on the

work of converting a portion of

BERLIN iUPIi Heinrich Lueb-1 Becker. .Twenty five delegates
ke of Chancellor Konrad Aden-, abstained.
Democrat- On thp second ballot, Scnmiat

un s .. no,. ...HI. U.U, ,n WOrK O

ic Union Wednesday was eieciru uum-ti ooo .j"" the former Cristobal Retail Sotre
president of West Germany. Tf7j a' tS the Cristobal RaiIroad Passcn-
Communis; threats to clamp a The 1,033 delegates ignored the station.

on WpsI Ber in during Lommunisi inreais au ss,

the elections for a successor to to come to Wes! Berlin for the
incumbent President T h e o d o r presidential elections. Five other
Heuss failed to materialize. delegates did not attend because
Luebke, Adenauer's 64-year-old ot illness.
minister of agriculture who is 'After his eection, Luebke told
little known outside of Germany, the delegates, "the main task of
was elected on the second ballot all Germans is to achieve a Ger Ger-by
by Ger-by the federal assembly. He pol-1 many reunited in justice and
led 526 votes or six more than freedom, and serving the peace of
nece'ssarv to win. the world."
Th. whitp-hairerl Luebke, a Bo- A few minutes later, opposition

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man Catholic, became the candi

date of the Christian Democratic
-Union (CDU) only two weeks ago,
after Adenauer changed his mind
about running for the figurehead
post.
Adenauer's switch had caused a
rtvllt within the party and it was
considered possible that some
members would show their re resentment
sentment resentment bv voting against Lueb Luebke
ke Luebke But the Christian Democrat
delegates voted solidly for Lueb Luebke
ke Luebke on the first ballot. And enough
other delegates switched to him
on the second ballot to give him
his; victory.
Luebke will be sworn In at a
joint meeting of the upper and
lower houses of parliament in
Bonn on Sept. 15. parliament
speaker Eugen Gerstenmaier an announced
nounced announced after the vote.
Heuss, 5, end his second five-year-term
on Sept. 12. But Lueb Lueb-ke'K
ke'K Lueb-ke'K uguratitfOpparently was
pusnea back to' coincide with the
10th anniversary of the formation
of the first West German govern government.
ment. government. Luebke polled 517 votes on the
first ballot to 385 for opposition
Socialist candidate Carlo Schmidt

hauer announced

Dress spokesman that the party
"accepts the decision of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Assembly".
"The Socialist party will treat
the new president, as his prede

cessor. withrtJoyalty and with ry,

spect." 01lennaur? said. j
Luebke has deal'h with agri agricultural
cultural agricultural affairs throughout h i s
adult life He was a prime mover
in the establishment of a sinele
national farm orcanization in 1996
and played a significant role in
the operation of the National
Farming Cooperatives since Aden Adenauer
auer Adenauer narhed' him' Wihister of Agrj Agrj-culture
culture Agrj-culture in T956.

Two other bidders, Morgan In

corporated and the Dillon Con Construction
struction Construction Company, entered offers
ranging from $27,000 to $29,340 on
the project. Bids were opened
yesterday afternoon in the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights.
The work should be completed
within approximately 120 days and
will include renvodeling the rear
half of the first floor of the for former
mer former retail store to provide room
for a passenger waiting room, of offices,
fices, offices, bgeago rooms and rail railroad
road railroad offices. The work also in includes
cludes includes the construction of a cov covered
ered covered concrete platform near the
ra'lroad tracks.
Other sections of the rnain floor
and all of the second floor will
be used later bv other units of
the Canal organization.

BRIDGES BOOSTS NIXON
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Styles Bridges (R-N.H.) said to today
day today he believes at this point that
Vice President Richard M. Nixon

is the "more logical" candidate

for the 1960 Republican Pres'den
9ial nomination. But Bridges,
chairman of the Senate Republi Republican
can Republican Policy Committee, said he

didn' know whether the plum

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umnlH en In Nixnn or Gov

and, 104 for Free Democrat Max son Rockefeller of NW York.

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COATZACOALCOS, Vera Cruz,
Mexico, July 2 (UPI) A crude
oil pipeline under repair explod explod-td
td explod-td last night into a square mile
of flame that wiped out the tiny
Hamlet of Monte Largo with hea heavy
vy heavy loss of life.
Authorities aid 12 persons were
killed and 100 injured, 16 of them

so seriously they were not ex expected
pected expected to live. Many were ranch

ers and their wives and children

who lived In ranch housss near

the scene.

Firemen brought the flames
under control at 4 a.m. after'
thev blazed so high through the
night they could be seen 60 miles
away.
Authorities of Pemex, a nation nationalized
alized nationalized petroleum company, said
the leak from the pipeline spread

crude ml over a huge are. It
went up instantly when a spark
caused gas to explode; they re reported.
ported. reported. K
Sixteen of the more seriously
injured were flown to Minatitlan
for treatment, including engineer
Guillermo Rodriguez of the Pe-

niured

Explosion

mex production department, in

charge of the crew. He died in a

hospital.

Bad weather set in today

grounding small planes used

transporting victims to outlymg

nospitals and making doubtful
the arrival of a speciaj planeload
of medicine and doctors dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched from Mexico City by President
Adolfo Lopez Mateos.
The spectacular blast and fire
occurred in the Ciudad Premex Premex-Minatitlan
Minatitlan Premex-Minatitlan crude oil line while a
Pemex crew was making re repairs.
pairs. repairs. The crew itself was killed
including Rodriguez and Antonio
Vieira and Jose Nunenz.
The governor of the state and
the chief justice left Mexico Ci City
ty City by plane to rush to the scene

and direct rescue operations.
Officials called it th worst
disaster in the 21-year history of
the" nationalized oil industry. '

Open Fire; Hydrants

Touch pftRldf?;
In Jpjerinf
NEWYOBK (UPI) A man
was sho; and a woman was in

jured last night in 'a riot ovet

ise of fire hydrants m a two-day
heat wave.
T. e street fight started when

occupants of a passing car were.

sprayed with water from an open
hydrant.
Four or five Negro men riding
in the open convertible stopped
the car and jumped out to pro pro-"st.
"st. pro-"st. A crowd gathered and fight,
ing broke out, during which two
shots were fired.
Pedro Delmaw, 23.. was hit in
h? groin by one bullet and was
reported in serious condition at
V. Luke's Hospital.
Edna Lucas 24, was hit on the
isick of the head with a stick or
loard. She was said to be in fair
"ondition at Knickerbocker Hospi Hospi-al
al Hospi-al where 30 stitches were taken in
her scalp.
Police said the Negroes fled be

fore o'ficers reached the scene.

The hydran' apparently was one
legally opend by the fire depart department
ment department so children could play in the
water-during hot weather.
The first hydrant riot, Monday
night, was directed at firemen
who had turnd off an illegally
opened hydrant. One fireman was
stabbed and another wes hit by a
garbage can thrown by a group
o 25 boys.
Fire Chief George David or ordered
dered ordered firemen to wear helmets
and be accompanied by a police policeman
man policeman hereafter when they go to
turn off illegally opened hydrants.

th wiSKJ if

LIGHT EATER The pretty
candles on Smudge's birthday'
cake hold little fascination for
the 12-year-old cat Like any
feline, it's the Cream he's after
in Worcester Park, England..

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4th OF JULY
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BANKRUPTCIES DROP
NEW YORK (UPI) Business

failures across the nation for the
week ended June 25 totaled 256

compared with 267 a week ago

and 335 in the same week last

year, Dun and Bradstreet Inc. re

ported Monday, insolvencies with
liabilities of $5,000 or more
amounted to 223 compared with
226 a week ago and 296 last year.

Costa Rican Society
Seals New Officers
At Gala Meeting
Recently elected officers of the
Costa Rican Philanthropical Group
were installed during gala
meeting at the 'Trench Society
Hal! last week.
Officers installed by the group
which was organized one year a a-go
go a-go are: A. McCalla, president;
E. Kerr, vice-nresident; H. Kerr,
secretary; E. Junier assistant sec secretary;
retary; secretary; A. Forbes, treasurer; D.
McCoy, business manager; J. Ju Junier.
nier. Junier. assistant business manager:
G. Stewart, chaplain; H. Coley
and I. Gavnor, trustees.
C. Small, installing master, de defined
fined defined the duties of each officer
while M. Charles, outgoing vice vice-president
president vice-president gave the address of wel welcome.
come. welcome. The program for the evening
included a reading. "The Ciflfew
Must Not Ring Tonight," by E E-leonor
leonor E-leonor McKenz!e a"d solos by Ju Julia
lia Julia Stewart and I. Brown.
After the installation of officers

the newly elected resident A.
McCall- listribi'tpd birthday cards
and gifts to Miss J. Ricketts,
Miss I. Taylor. Miss M. Alturna,
Mrs. J. Fennel. Mrs. T. Gaynor,
J. Junier. C. Whyte, L. Hall, and
A. Forbes,

Stereo Music
To Be Featured
Al JWB July 9
July 9 at 8 p.m. the USO-JWB
is presenting a Stereo Musical
Evening at the Armed Forces
Service Center, in Balboa.
As part of this non-technical,
non commercial demonstration

Man Eater Shark Tale
Revealed as Joke
By Ex-publicity Man
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.
(UPI) A self-styled "broken
down publicity hound" described
today how he made up and per perpetrated
petrated perpetrated a hoax about catching a
killer shark and finding a man's
wrist watch in its stomach.
Joe St. Dennis, 30-year-old ex-

race car driver, ex-stuntman. ex-

tugboat captain and now jobless
oublicity man. said his gruesome
tale which terrified thousands of

swimmers was just a "big, fat

hanpf hoax."
He was fired fro"i lis publicity
job when his employers learned
of the hoax.

"Man, I wanted injh news,"
Said the red-haired, freckled faced
St. Dennis. "With two swimmers
killed by sharks along th coast

this summer, this was a natural

and I proved as a Dublicity man
that peonle are gullible.
"I wnt to Catalina Island last
week. The next day some friends

on a plaasure boat offered me a

.the wonders of stereophonic sound

conducted by the National Elec-lr'!?e Jjack Jhere. I radioed on the

trie Center of Panama City,
there will be' a presentation to
enlighten the public and Introduce

the wonders of stereophonic sound
the New Sound.
As part of this demonstration, a
variety of stefeo"equipment and

stereo records will be feXttftpdl
and several of the most roVuIarf

systems will be exhibited and ex explained.
plained. explained. Upon termination of the dem demonstration,
onstration, demonstration, refreshments will be
served and the winner of a. spe special
cial special door prize announced.
This Stereo Presentation is a a-yailable
yailable a-yailable to the public. All serv servicemen
icemen servicemen and their families, as
well as interested persons from
the Canal Zone and Republic of
Panama, are welcome.

MISPLACED PHUIT STAND
MILWAUKEE (-UPI) Frank
Revella, 43. wSs arrested yester yesterday
day yesterday for selling watermelons, at $1
each, outside a supermarket. Po Police
lice Police said he'd stolen his stock In

side.

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Final arrangements are under
way for the St. Christopher's
Yoiing People variety program
next Sunday afternoon, at the
Jamaica Society hall.
Persons making plans to attend
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LOOKS VERY GOOD Carolyn Goebel of Salina, Kn., casts
an approving; eye over a local wheat field. Umbrella she's
carrying it to fend off both sun and rain. Thesa necessary
ingredients to a good crop have come to Kansas in abundance
this year. The federal government is forecasting an overall
wheat crop that will amount to 10 per cent above average.

JUST WHAT IT SAYS John J. Harth is really that way
when his outboard motorBOSt, "All Shook Up," races on
choppy water. The MdEsepequa Park, N.Y., skipper competed
in the 100-mile International Thousand Islands Marathon.

Thunderstorms, Heat Waves
Kick Off US Summer Weather

The atlantic Seaboard broiled
today in a persistent, early-summer
heat wave, and violent thun thunderstorms
derstorms thunderstorms hit wide sections of the
Midwest and Southeast.
The durable ...heat .jwave and
damaging storms took" a mount mounting
ing mounting toll of lives. At least eight
deaths had been attributed to the
weather since the hot weather
gripped the eastern half of the
nation last $eek 'end.
A construftfbif worker died of
"sunstroke" Tuesday on a job at
Irwin, Pa., and a 10-year-old Lit Little
tle Little League baseball player was
killed by a lightning bolt in an
Indianapolis, Ijd.. sandlot.
Six other deaths were blamed
on the weather two in New
York City, and one each in North
Carolina, New Jersey, South Car Carolina
olina Carolina and Tennessee.
The Weather Bureau in Chica Chicago
go Chicago said a da'cliinr o0ld air mass
would drift slightly southeastward

waFbaBcthaT"T"caught a 750-

Dound shark 12 feet long with a

wr'st watch in its stomach.
"Big joke. Ha, ha. ha. Not
reallv funny for me thoush," said

St. Dennis. "When we dock I'm
run crazy by news peonle want wanting
ing wanting a look-see at the wa'ch.

"Man, there isnowatch. So I

find this ieweler. Give him n plug,
please. What a sweet guy. He
gave me several nieces of an old
watch. I batted them wih a ham hammer
mer hammer and soaked 'em in acid to

make them look right, see?"
The watch fragments were

turned pvc to the sheriff's de department,
partment, department, in, Los Aneles last
Wednesdav vafid many hours were

oenf trving to trace trem to

thir suonnsed victim-owner.

The families of several missing

Persons wpre horror-s'riCKen at

th tho'iphtvtbir 'their Wed ones
mipht have been, "eaten by a
shark.

SIX LESSON IN LAW
LONDON rUPn .Tud R. E.
dentin re'csced l?-vear-old Robert
Suckling tn his father vesterdav
for. administration of "s'x of the
best" as rn'ilshmen for fhnn fhnn-breaTfing.
breaTfing. fhnn-breaTfing. "If he job is d"e
oronerlv. ho will ha"e to rfo his
Wnrk t;Tiw tin." Judge Seatoii
admonished the father.

30-Yr. Old Woman's
Nude Body Found
In Chicago Hotel

CHICAGO (UPI) The nuder
body of a woman about 30 years
old was found in a south side
hotel room today and police said
she had been beaten.
They asked authorities at Fay Fay-etteviile,
etteviile, Fay-etteviile, N.C., to check out her
identity in the bejieff she might
have come from there.
Capt. Frank Pape said she had
been beaten on the head. Her legs
were burned, but it appeared that
the burns might have been acci accidental.
dental. accidental. Her dress apparently had
caueht firp when she sat on a
lichted cigarette. The dress and
other garments were found lying
drenched wi'h water near a bath bathtub
tub bathtub c
The woman and a man regis regis-"rpfl
"rpfl regis-"rpfl n ho,n' "icht as
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoffman of
Elizabeth. N.J. r
A hotel clerfl fotind' the body
after a man called -anti asked for
a doctor. Th clerk went to h
room and found the woman lying
naked on the bed. Tfere was n
sjgn of the man, and ,police saH
they heieve4 he calledvsfer leav :
ing the hotel.1" :"
Robbory wc discnitited as the
nrobable motive. The woman's
oocketbook containinp' a dol'a'
'and some change wfis in the
room.

today and bring some cooling in
a band stretching from, eastern
Oklahoma to central Illinois.
Forecasters said hot, humid
weather could continue in the
South and most of the Eastern
Seaboard. Temperatures in the
heat belt Tuesday soared to 104
at Louisburg, N.C., 103 at Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. S.C.. and Richmond. Va., 102
at Raleigh. N.C. 101 at Danville,
Va., and Montgomery Ala.. 100
at Washington. D.C., and 94 as
far north as Boston.
North of the cool air front, the
mercurv dropped into the 30' s in
Wisconsin.
Th? Birmingham, Ala., suburb
of Center Poin ha'd i's sixth con consecutive
secutive consecutive day of water bower fail failure.
ure. failure. A water main hurst at Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, N.C, and cuf off water to
a Darehed residential section A
stafp of emergency was in effect
at Cornin". N Y whete a three-million-gallon
reservoir ran dry.
High winds ripped a roof from
a supermarket near Fuquay-Vari-na.
N.C. Tuesday riight and the
Raleih Weather Bureau said it
had renorts nf ha'l damage to
croos in Franklin County.
L'ghtnin" knocked two radio
stations off the air temirarily
and causpd several fires th
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storm knocked out a nower line
between Sunbury and Winfall,
N.C.
Thunderstorms and heavy rain
swept a wid" belt from New Mex Mexico
ico Mexico to the Great Lakes.

HISTORICAL DEVIATION
CRYSTAL CITY. Mo. (UPI) (UPI)-Gerold
Gerold (UPI)-Gerold Burke and Graham Heikei
lost their canoe, paddles and $500
worth of camping equipment yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, for failing to follow '.heir
historical script. Burke and Heikea
were attempting to re-enact Peri
Marquette's 1673 exploration of
the Mississippi, from Lae Michi Michigan
gan Michigan toNetf Orleans. 71 ey had
left their equipment to hike into
town for provisions.
KOREAN POLICY UNCHANGED
SEOUL. Korea (UPI) Lt.
Gen. Carter B. Magruder, new
commander-in-chief of the United
Nations Cemmand, said today
there will be "no change in the
United States policy" in Korea.
Magruder, who becomes .a four four-star,
star, four-star, general to take Over the UNC
command from Gen. George
Decker, told newsmen no no--
- no-- arrival at Seoul City Airport
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John 6. Thompson, who replace Capt. David P. Larsen, right, ai commanding officer of the unit.
Larsen is returning to the U.S. to attend the Engineer Officers Advanced Course at Fort Belvoir,
Va. The new engineer commander formerly was the 538th Engineer (Construction) Battalion at
Fort Knox, Ky. (Army Photo)

Congress Sends Farm Bill Clamping
Limits On Price Supports To Ike

ITAUmiW4WLi v Wi w-
passed and sent to the White
House yesterday a $4,886,6000,0(10
farm bill wjiicb, .would clamp a
limit on price support benefits for
big growers for the first time.
The measure which was work worked
ed worked out by a joint conference com committee
mittee committee after the House and Senate
passed conflicting versions, first
was approved by the House by
voice vote. It, later passed the
Senate u the : aame shion but
only after more than an hour of
debate.
The President, who had sought
some ceiling on price support ben benefits,
efits, benefits, was expected to sign It into
law without undue delay:
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US Traffic Deaths Up
For Fiilh Straight
Monlh IISC Reports
CHICAGO' flJFtjrf'- Traffic
deaths increased forthe fifth
straight month in Mar. the Na

tional Safety CouncU reported
Tuesday, u aam tne raiarmmg
figures point to a 1959 death toll
significantly igher thata
1958 . y'"-:: "-
'No one ean help but be
iiirmul vp th wit traffic
deaths are' mounting,''.' the coun council
cil council aaid. :
It taid the toll this year-13,940
trnm Jannarv throuch Mav was
especially staggering now on the
eve oi. tne lourtn or juiy nouaa;
weekend, when hundreds of mo motorists
torists motorists are expected to die,
Tn th latv twn-dav fourth of
juiy weenena in iaoo, wu
271 persona were uuea on tne na
tion's highways.
The council said May, traffic
deaths increased by 8 per cent
over May 1958. There were 3,250
fatalities this May, compared to
3,010 in 1958.
However, the council said the
death rate remained at about 5.1
per 100 million miles of travel,
th limn k lait vr when rehi-
de traffic yas 6 per cent lower,
COURT ACTION CONDIMNED 1
AMMAN. Jordan (UPI) The
Grand Mufti of Jordan has con
demned the abolition of religious
courts by the French in Algeria.
He called the move "aggressive
and uniust" and said all Moslem
states should insist that the V.N.
Security Council "enable the Al Algerians
gerians Algerians to live freely their own
Moslem me.
eluding special fundi to buy per perishable
ishable perishable surpluses.
Tne ao.wo euppon eeuing was
a compromise between a tight
Senate approved limit and a
House approved proposal which
waa full of loopholes. Southerners,
who controlled the conference
committee which drafted the com compromise,
promise, compromise, ytit across two excep exceptions.
tions. exceptions. WeuM Irate Celling
One would permit any grower
to obtain a once support loan in
excess of $50,000, provided he
guaranteed to pay back the ex excess
cess excess over $50,000 within 12
months. The agriculture secretary
would be authorized to extend the
12-monl period.
The other exception would
erase the ceiling for farmers who
agreed to cut production. The sec secretary
retary secretary ef agriculture was -authorized
to apecify. 'the siMof' the
cut but it eould not exeeed SO per
cent.
The limit would not apply to
marketing cooperatives, some of
which handle price support loans
totaling millions of dollar for
hundreds ef farmers.
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Nasser Reaffirms Prohibition
On Israeli Shipping In Suez

. CAIRO (TJPI) President Ga-J
mal Abdel Nasser yesterday re reaffirmed
affirmed reaffirmed the ban on Israeli ship ship-Ding
Ding ship-Ding in the Suez Canal and said
the canal would remain barred to
Israel "regardless of the conse
tfmeirces."- y.
, The United Arab Republic lead
er accused Israel ot a "large "large-scale
scale "large-scale conspiracy" to sneak Is
raeli cargoes through the time
saving waterway, He was inter
yiewed by the newspaper Al Ah
ram.
Nasser discussed the canal is issue
sue issue as Lnited Nations Secretary Secretary-General
General Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold was
en route to discuss the specific
case of the Daiiish freighter Inge
Toft. The ahip was stopped when
it tried to transit the canal wiht
an Israeli cargo.
The cargo has remained aboard
pending a settlement of the dis dispute.
pute. dispute. Gen. Maxwell Taylor
Formally Ends Career
As Chief 01 Staff
WASHINGTON (UPI) Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor received his
third Distinguished Service Md Md-al
al Md-al at the White Hduse today and
formally ended his career as
Army chief of staff.
President Eisenhower personal
ly wesented Taylor with an oak
leaf cluster In lieu of the third
medal. The retiring general was
cited for "far-reaching new con-
ceDta of military organization
ana his contribution to moderni
zation of the armed forces.
A retreat review and parade in
Taylor's honor were scheduled'
this afternoon at nearby Ft.
Myer, Va.
Before pinning on the decora
tion the President looked at Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's chest, virtually covered with
campaign ribbons, and said:
"There's not much room left,
is there?".
With the medal fastened op, Ei
senhower said, "And along with,
it my thanks, and the best of
luck."
Taylor, 57, plans to remain in
Washington for the next three or
four months, completing a book
said to be critical of American
Military strategy and tactics and
of Pentagon procedures;
Taylor is being succeeded by
Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer as
Army chief of staff.

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Nasser charged Israel was guil guilty
ty guilty of a "wilful maneuver" by
ending the Danish ship to Poart

Said, the Mediterranean terminus
of the 110-mU canal, to seek
passage.
The president said Israel knew
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try entry but wanted to "liauidate" the
Palestine issue that has remained
between Israel and the Arab
world since the 1948 Palestine
War.
Nasser called the canal "one of
the remaining cards" in the
Arabs' hands.
Under the Cnntantinnnl Pnn
vention of 1888 be said, Egypt is
entitled to ban the canal to ene enemy
my enemy shipping. Israel, he said, is an
enemy of the Arab states.
"We shall continued to proceed
on our course' whatever the con consequences
sequences consequences may be." he said.
Nasser said the Israeli army
was "no proDiem.
"I am confident our army alone
can face it.
"Israeli may be able to launch
a quick surprise in any treacher treacherous
ous treacherous operation. ,But as for entering
a real battle, that's a different
matter he said.
The UAR president accused Is Israel
rael Israel oi plotting to "isolate" his
coantrv from the major powers.
He said Israel "imagines" that
it can present case to the U.N.
Security Council which the big
western powers will approve and
which Russia will not veto be because
cause because of a "chill" in Russian Russian-Arab
Arab Russian-Arab relations.
Actually, he said ther is no chill
in relations with Russia now and
"an American vote in favor of
Israel would create new problems
between the United States and
the Arabs." l
Nasser charged that Israel was
trying to infiltrate Africa and Asia
by shipping cargoes to countries
in those areas of the world. Such
shipping would be faster and
cheaper through the canal.
ACCIDENT BRINGS ARREST
TOKYO (UPI)-A minor high-
way accident has led to the ar
rest of a U.S. airman sought for
questioning in the theft of fire
arms from the u.5j. YoKota Air
Base, the Air Force announced
Monday. Airman 3C Lawrence T.
Davison, 19, South Williamsport,
Pa., was arrested by Japanese
police after a motorcycle he and
a Japanese girl' were riding skid
ded and threw both to the ground.

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UKS. HAGBORG'8 SCOUT WORK RECOGNIZED
LAV COFFEE GIVEN IN BALBOA THIS MORNING
Mrs. John E. Hagborg of Curundu was awarded a Girl
Scout "Thanks'' badge at a eoffea riven in her honor this
morninf by Mrs. R. S. Euper at her home in Balboa.
The badge, highest honor awarded to Girl Scout adult
t workers, recognised Mrs. Hagborg's 15 years of service with
,-, Scouts on the Isthmus. Presentation on behalf of the Girl
1 Scout Council was made by Mrs. T. S. McKibbon, secretary
. of the executive board.
Mr. and Mrs. Hagborg will leave the Zone in early August
Z to make their home in Los Angeles. Mrs. Hagborg hopes to
continue her work in Scouting there.
Also attending the coffee were members of the Executive
Board now on tne Isthmus and Mrs. R. M. Donley, Curundu
neighborhood chairman.

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To Wed Tomorrow
Of social interest on the Zone
will be the wedding tomorrow in
Laguna Beach, Fla., of Miss Rose Rosemary
mary Rosemary Chancey of Birmingham,
Ala., and James Anthony Jones,
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ho

race Jones, now of buifport,
Miss., formerly of Pedro Miguel

and Diablo Heights.
Mr. Jones was graduated from
Balboa High School and Alabama
Polytechnic Institute. He is now
employed by the OMM Radio Com Company
pany Company in Opelika, Ala.

Duplicate Bridge Winners
Mrs. F. Myers snd Mrs. T. Luce
claimed first place in the weekly
USO-JWB duplicate bridge ses session
sion session Tuesday 'evening.
Placing second were T. N. No Nolan
lan Nolan and C. E. Stevens. P. H.
Hodgson and J. David were third
and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Cole
fourth.

Tony Womble Leaves
For Naval Academy
Tony Womble. son of Mr. and

Mrs. T. W. Womble of Diablo

Heights, will leave the Isthmus to today
day today to enter the U.S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis, Md.
He was graduated grom Balboa
High School this spring, and re received
ceived received the Canal Zona appoint appointment
ment appointment to the Academy.

Meeting
The batea class, which has
been growing in attendance at
the Balboa USO-JWB, will meet
this evening at 7:30. Arthur
Mokray, authority on the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian art, is the volunteer ins instructor.
tructor. instructor. AH servicemen, as well
as the general public, are invited
to participate.

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Amateur Radio Atsn.
The Canal Zone Amateur Ra Radio
dio Radio Association will have its
monthly meeting at 7:30 this
evening at the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center In Balboa.
All members and pros p e c t i v e

members are urged to attend.

Homes! Domino Club
A special meeting of the Hor Hornets
nets Hornets Dominc Club will be held
this even'ne at 8 at House 211
Paraiso. All members, new, old
and prospective, are ur?ed to at attend
tend attend to register with the league
secretary.

BmtlrmA WAflrort

The regular monthly meeting of

the Canal 7-one Fetiren worK-

r Acanriation will be held Tueg

day. July 7. at 6:30 p.m. at tne
usual meet'np place. Tmoortant
b'ness will be transacted, and
all members are urged to attend.

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Research Expert Says Atomic Plane
Will Cost US At Least $10 Billion

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WASHINGTON Ctpi) Dr.
Herbert York, the Defense De Department's
partment's Department's research chief, be believes
lieves believes the overall price tag for
developing an atomic powered
plane will be at least 10 billion
dollars, it was disclosed yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The government plans to spend
about 150 million dollars on nuclear-powered
aircraft in the fis fiscal
cal fiscal year that began yesterday
This would bnng total spending
on the project so far to about one
billion dollars.
But York said in previously-

secret testimonv- just made public
bv a House ADDrooriations Sub

committee that this would be only
a drop in the bucket compared to

the Una cost. The scientist is di di-cector
cector di-cector of defense research and

engineering,

TAX RULLING APPEALED
LOS ANGELES (UPI) North
American Aviation Co. has asked
the U. S. Tax Court to overturn
a Renegotiation Board Decision

fthat the company earned $3,500,.-

000 in excess proms on govern government
ment government contracts in 1954 and 1955.

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4 Slory Fall Kills
US Denial Suregon
In Downtown Cairo

CAIRO U.A.R. (UPI) Police

yesterday investigated the

death of Dr. William E. Driskell,

longtime resident American den-

tal surgeon, who fell from the
balcony of his fourth floor clinic
on one of the busiest streets in

downtown Cairo Tuesday.

Driskell 66. came to Egypt

from Portland. Ore. about 40

years ago anr had lived here

since.

Driskell's nurse told police the

dentist looked perfectly normal

when he left h.m on the balcony
to go into the clinic to prepare
instruments for patient:
v A few minutes later the door door-keeper
keeper door-keeper of the building on Ema Ema-deldin
deldin Ema-deldin Street tang the bell and
told the nurse that the doctor had

fallen.

Ilild:3:rd i::fl Says
Sfis Was Tricked
Info Ilude Sequence
London (UPI) A British

movie executivt yesterdsy de

nied charges by German actress
Hildegard tfeff that she was
"tricked", into posing in the nude
for a film.
Miss Neff announced in Berlin
Tuesday that she will seek an in injunction
junction injunction against tiie Rank organ organization
ization organization to prevent the showing in
Germany of t film "Subway in
the Sky."
"I was supposed to be taking
a bath behind shower curtains
and wor. a bikini." Miss Neff

said. 'Muriel Box . ordered

everybody off the set and asked
me to shoot the scene without the
bikini.

Mrs. Box is. an executive of

Rank's. Britain s biggest moviemakers.

"The next shot," according to
Miss Neff, "was to be just
closeup head and shoulders. But

while 1 was in the shower they
anoarentlv changed the camera

lens and substituted a wide-angle
one which showed my whole

body."
Mrs. Box shrugged off Miss
Neffs charges as 7Tubbish."

She said "a: least 40 people

were present or the set and there
Were no trick ."
"We shot this scene- 23 times

for various technical reasons
I sm verv surprised at Miss

Neff's attitude in view of her

lack of inhibiton.
"She anneared in three nrevi

ous films in the nude, but she

is not seen 'n the nude hi this

one.

"It .nvtliino il in twi Hon in

the way of appncation oi nuciear
ng In flioht it will not be

done for less than 10 billion dol

lar nr mniA milium tnerenf.

he said. "That is going to be very

exiwnsive. if done."

His estimate reflected a major

inn far th administration s

refusal thus far to put the pro
pram nn s ieedun basis, as de

manaea oy some congressional
nriHf Thee rnmrremen fear

Russia will put an atomic plane

in ih air nerore mis cimiuiv.

xorx appeal ea June o auriut

closed herrings on the adminis

trations request tor appropria appropriations
tions appropriations totaling $1,563,000,000 for
military construction.
The scientist testified in support
of a $3,300,000 proposal to finish
a nuclear engineering test facility
at Wright Patterson Air Force
Base. ;
He said the amount sought for
the Wright-Ptterson testing lay layout
out layout "seems to be worthwhile."
York later gave the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee a written statement stating
that one object of the testing fa facilities
cilities facilities is to study the effects on
efluipmeijt of radiation from a nu nuclear
clear nuclear power plant.
AnotheT purpose, he said, Is to

determine the effect on equip

ment of the so-called Van Allen
Belt of radiaticn which surrounds

the earth and which poses a po-J

tential threat to space travelers.

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SPY FLEET REPORTED
TOKYO (UPI) Russia is us using
ing using a fleet of ships in the Pacific
to spy on the movements of U.S.
nuclear-powered submarines, the
Kyodo News Agency reported

Monday.
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First Popular Govt,

KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The first representative govern government
ment government and popularly elected par parliament
liament parliament of this ancient Himalayan

kingdom were sworn in yesier
A aw

,At the same time, King Mah-

endra promulgated tne nations
nnit.itiit.inn under

which the old Hindu monarchial

rule will be replaced Dy a unusn
.tifntinnal monarchy.

D..,,n.niimriihiH Kmrsla. tne

leader of Nepali Congress Party,

was sowrn in ss prime miniu-i
along with his 18-member cabinet

which includes one woman.
The congress party won 75 seats
of the -109 in the lower house k
parliament in the recect first pop popular
ular popular elections in Nepal.
Girls Hitchhike

Tfl.SeQ.Atfor Who

Alos, Wasn't There
Tjrw.r vwmn fUPlW Two ad-

vantnrffcnmi teen-age girls hit

H a pain vesterdav alter

hitphhiidne to see an actor who

wasn't here.
Jean Thacker, 18, of Vienna,
111., and Jean IJolman, 17, of Lon London,
don, London, England arrived Tuesday
from St Louis to see actor Hugh
O'Brian. But O'Brian is in New
Hampshire appearing in a sum summer
mer summer stock show.
"Well, we'll iust have to hitch hitchhike
hike hitchhike to New Hampshire then,"
said Mis Holmah, and off they
wnt

Miss Holman attended school
in the east lasl summer and said
she was leaving for England
July 9.

Negro Convicted In SC Rape
24 Hours Following White Man

BEAUFORT, S. C. (UPI) A

young Negro who was seeking
revenge" was convicted Monday
night in the attempted rape of a
white wonfttn in the same court
where only 24 hours earlier a
white Marine private waacjyivic waacjyivic-ted
ted waacjyivic-ted of. raping a Negro woman.
Both convictions carry the
mandatory death penalty, and

Circuit Judge J. Henry Johnson,
who heard both cases, is expected
to pronounce sentence Thursday.
Under South Carolina law, con conviction
viction conviction of rape and attempted
rape without a recommendation
of mercy carries an automatic
death penalty. The juries did not

recommend mercy.
An all-male jury of six Negroes
and six whites convicted Israel
Shame, 20 year- old Negro of
breaking) irftb the1 home- of a' 2t-vear-old
white housewife here last
May 6 and attempting to rape
her.
An all-white iury Monday con convicted
victed convicted Marine Pvt. Fred J. Davis,
22, of Atlajita, of raping a 47 47-vear
vear 47-vear old Negro woman last
April 7. v ..,,, ... i
If Davisls dectrnutert,i he will
probably become the first white

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man to die for raping a Negro in
the United States. Although the

U.S. Department of Justice said

it did not know for sure if it
would" be the first.

Southern officials could recall

no such precedent' as a white man

convicted for raping a Negro

without a recommendation of

mercy.
When asked by a reporter if the
fact that no white man has ever
been given the death penalty for
raping a Negro in the South would
have any bearing on his sentence,
Judge Johnson firmly said:
"It most certainly will not.
What's good enough for the goose
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Beaufort County Chief Deputy
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Sharps 'had been sentenced on a
peeping Tom charge involving the
residence in November 1957.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn.Police" Chief
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why police have less trouble with
flrunks during hot spells:
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weather would knock anybody
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NEW YORK Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller, welcoming members
of the Lions International in con convention
vention convention here:
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world in which we live."

CAIRO President Gamal Ab Ab-del
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THURSDAY, JTJLY t, 1959
Jt PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPES
PAG I SEVIN
lice Says 43-Year Marriage
Ge.S "Happier Every Yoar'
Rain, Sunshine, Fog And Wind
Are July Weather ingredients
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CHECKING IN Bringing down the curtain on the 1959 Navy
Relief Fund Drive, Bear Adm. Lewis S. Parks (right), the Navy's
ranking officer in the Canal Zone, accepts check for $4,803.96
from Cdr. Charles P. Concannon, drive chairman. The check
represented the net profit reaped by the Navy charity drive.

21 Public Schools Closed
To Avoid Integration Law

FARMVILLE, Va. (UPI)
Prince Edward County today
officially -closed its 21 public
schools to avoid the effects of an
integration decree,
The schools in effect closed in
definitely when the school term
ended early in June but the clo closure
sure closure become formal today
when the county began operating
under its new budget.
The school closures end public
education for more than 1.600
Negro students and 1,300 whites
in the "southside" Virginia coun county,
ty, county, a defendant in the Supreme
Court's historic 1954 desegrega desegregation
tion desegregation ruling. The action puts 70
white and 70 Negro teachers out

of work.
The county board of supervisors
J voted a month ago to close the

BOY CONFESSES ATTACK
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) A
12-year-old Negro boy was held in
county jail here yesterday after
confessing the knife-point rape of

a 7-year-old wiute girl. John W.
i Cole, investigator for the district
' attorney's office, said the boy,
I T..l, VUtkmtUiAltinA MUUi "tilt.:

mitted the attack after at first
denying it and saying he had been
present but only watched another
boy rape the girl.
4 a
f
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"When the weather gets hot and
wearisome, a wonderful idea Is
head for the beach. Unfortu Unfortunately
nately Unfortunately for these outdoor type
In Paris, tyery one seems to,
bavffottm the Jdea at onee..
lAPER OUTPUT RISING
BOSTON (UPIMtecord paper
production is expected this year
with mors price boosts likely this
fall,. according to the United, Busi Business
ness Business Service,); The. sharp increase
in newspaper advertising foreseen
for the second quarter, the serv service
ice service aaid, points to rise in the
ale of newsprint. However, it
added that 'overcapacity is dis discouraging
couraging discouraging price increases On
newsprint," i

rft't

I i t.

schools in defiance of an integra integration
tion integration "order handed down by the
Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap Appeals,
peals, Appeals, which canceled a seven seven-year
year seven-year integration delay granted bv
Federal judge Sterling Hutcheson
of Richmond.
The supervisors made their ac action
tion action final last Firday by adopting
a budget for the fiscal year start start-in
in start-in e todav with no mnnpv in.
eluded for education. The same
day, the Supreme Court refused
a Dtitition bv tho rnnrttv uhnnl
hoard asking a delay of the in integration
tegration integration order pending a full
appeal.
The white teachers have been
p r o m i s ed employment by the
Prince Edward School Founda Foundation
tion Foundation which plans to educate the
White students in makeshift facili facilities
ties facilities including rhiirrh tnH lnHso
halls.
No plans have been made to
educate the Necroes. and mnct nf
the Negro teachers plan to seek
jods eisewnere rather than await
the outcome of a suit promised
bv NAACP Attnmov nlivo- w
Psiti,, a,n.(,effoEt tdK; force the
couniy io appropriate school
money and operate integrated
classes.
New Violence Flares
In London Strike
Of Ink Manufacturers
LONDON mpn Vio1pn.
flared aeain vesterdav in th
strike of printing ink workers
wnicnt. tnreatenea to" force all of
Britain's newspapers to suspend
publication.
Police clashed with rimnnilrt.
ing strikers for the third time
this week in front of a printers'
ink plant in London. The demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators were dispersed onlv nftr
the arrival of police reinforce
ments. There was no report of in injuries.
juries. injuries. Negotiations were eninc on hp.
hind the scenes to prevent Britain
irom oecoming. a nation without
newspapers, but these effort
were given httle chance of sue-
ess.
The nation's provincial newspa newspapers
pers newspapers have been closed for a week
by a strike of some 150,000 print
ing employes.
No supplies pf-ink were deliv delivered
ered delivered to Fleet St. newspapers for
the third day. Some newspapers
appeared, in? 'emergency"
slfmmed-down issues and all
warned, i readers ";;that Thursdays
editions would be even thinner.
Even "hv rnnmrvlHv ninnlij
most British newspapers said
ttey. would not have any ink to
print with oy Monday.
. Th tlHV hpffan when nrintr
outside of London walked out to
enforce demands for a 10 per cent
wage increase and a 40-hour
week. Workers in the ink firms
were put on a day-to-day basis as
a result, and they too. walked out.
joaoor Minister an MacLeod
already hat ahulwlnnikt rliroct In.
terventlon at this itluo hnma.
less.; But his chief industrial com-
uuiMuner, reier oi. jonn wuson,
wss reported holding private talks
with the leaden of the Trade
Union" Congress.
'Hi hmI.;i iYm
Little Leaguer Hit
By LightninfiWhile
Playing Baseball
. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (ITP1-1
10-ysar-old tittle League baseball
Slayer who Insisted w playinf
. eplt rain was killed: by. a
lit of Ufhtaifli ute jresterdar
Ona III nil Tmmataa wa
burned seriously.
. Young Gary Klinger was play playing
ing playing third base when the lightning
struck. He died shortly afterward
in General Hospital. The bolt
ripped off hii clothes and tore a
hole four feet across and seven
Inches dean where h wn itand.
Ing." .., mi .-lifi!.,. .I,.,. ...
Robert, tockhart,, 11, who was
playing shortstop only 10 feet
away, was. knocked down and
burned severely; He was hospital

ized in fair condition.

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower said yesterday
on his 43rd wedding anniversary
that the only formula he had for
a successful marriage was that
it "gets happier as the years go
by."
The President made the com comment
ment comment after grinning and blushing
a bit at the lead-off question at

years of successful marriage.
After a pause, the President-!
lowed as how hef did noKhave
"any formula." Then he'added
"I can just say its-been a very
happy experience tin&J. . speak speaking
ing speaking from . the advantage of
my years. I would say this: that
a successful marriage, I think,
gets hapier as the years so by."
It was jn 1916 in th old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned frame house of Mam'e
Geneva Doud in Denver, Colo.,
that s.t. Lt. Eisenhower nut a
platinum and orange blossom
ring on his bride's finger.
It was learned yesterday hat
the happy occasion was re-lived
Expert Rolls Out
More Red Carnel
Than He Rolls Back
LONDON (UPD Frank
Emery, who claimed he never let
a "Royal foot get wet" in
years, today rolled up his
last red carpet and retired.
Emery's job was rolling out the
red carpets for Britisn monarens
and visiting royalty, He started
as a lad of 20i
Compared to Emery, Sir Walter
Raleigh was a rank amateur.
Raleieh once spread his cape
over some mud so Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth I wouldn't dirty her shoes.
But Emery, 85, has rolled out
miles and miles of carpet for
every British monarch since King
George V.
Emefy, who is prouder of his
red carpet record than his earlier
stardom as a national-known soc soccer
cer soccer nlaver. said his only com
plaint was against souvenir hunt hunters.
ers. hunters. 'I've come to think that sou souvenir
venir souvenir hunters are pests." he said.
"Every time we rolled out a
really long red carpet, we always
got a good deal less back when
we rolled it up.
Narcotics. Violator
Gets Sentence Cut
For Talking fCof;
ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI) Gov.
Nelson Rockefeller today re
duced the prison sentence of a
narcotics violator who testified
against bigwme racketeer Vito
Genovese. J
The com mutation went to Nel Nelson
son Nelson Cantellops who was serving
time for attempted felonious pos possession
session possession of narcotics with intent to
sell, Rockefeller reduced Cantel
lops' minimum sentence from
three and one-half yers to two
years and eight days so that he
may be released when the state
parole board meets July 16 at
Sing Sine.
Otherwise he would not have
hsen eligible for parole until next
Fpbruary.
Rockefeller said Federal authori authorities,
ties, authorities, who had requested n com commutation
mutation commutation had promised that he
man would be provided with all
protection he needed.
The trial at which Cantellops
tetified resulted in a prison t,rm
on narcotics chsrges for Gen Genovese.
ovese. Genovese. I

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in part at a private White House
party Monday night complete
with organ, white carpet and
bridal veil.
The unpublicized celebration
came at the Eisenhower's fare farewell
well farewell party for former commerce
Secretary Lewis L. Straus and

JamejKR. Kilhan, retiring White
se science Adviser.
Eisenhower was said to have
told the guests of honor that the
first part of the evening belonged
to them.
But he Said the" latter part was
reserved for six others who were
present and who all were cele celebrating
brating celebrating wedding anniversaries
Defense Secretary and Mrs. Neil
McElroy; Army -Surgeon General
and Mrs. Leonard Heaton and the
Eisenhowers.
The McElroys were married 30
years ago on Monday and the
Heatons celebrated their anniver anniversary
sary anniversary Tuesday.
The three "brides" then left
the state dining room. Then, in
a surprise reported to have been
arranged by one of Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's aides, they donned three
short bridal veils and took bridal
bouquets.
As an organist played the wed wed-din
din wed-din march the three women
wa'ked to the eaf ballroom. On
their arrival, the scarlet coated
Marine Band broke into a waltz.
The McElroys and Heatons took
floor as the Eisenhowers watched.
Another observance was ached
uled for this weekend when the
Eisenhowers, planned an old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned house prtv for friends
at Camp David, Md.
TSST AERIAL JEEP
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Pia Pia-secki
secki Pia-secki Aircraft Corp. announced
the successful test flight of a jet jet-powered
powered jet-powered "aerial jeep" that hov hovers,
ers, hovers, takes off vertically and ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers in mid-air at an altitude
of 30 feet.
eV jr
SOLID BACKINO-Braaaa-
I ville, rrencn uongo, ww
1 leaves no doubt as to bis poli poli-'
' poli-' tical persuasion. He's wearinf
portrait of French Premier
Charles de Gaulle on the, back
t bia wild-oatterned i shirt.
Occasion was a locaI,Iectlon.J
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are based on past records and may

be expected to occur in the Canal
Zone and vicinity during this
month.
WEATHER: Moderate to heavy
showers may be expected over the
Isthmus during July, but there is
considerable range between the
wettest and driest July on record.
Totals for the month range from
3.15 inches to 15.82 inches at Bal
boa Heights, 5.69 to 22.52 inches at
Madden Dam and 4.40 to 27.68 inch inches
es inches at Cristobal.
Measurable rain will likely oc occur
cur occur on 19 days distributed over 57
hours at Balboa Heights, about one
half of which will occur between
noon and 8 p.m. At Cristobal, the
average is 25 days and a, total of
105 hours, but the rainfall is more
evently distributed with percentag percentages
es percentages of day and nighttime showers
approximately equal.
The average total rainfall for the
month is 7.48 inches at Balboa
Heights, 12.38 inches at Madden
Dam and 15.56 inches at Cristobal
TEMPERATURE: The monthly
mean air temperature will average
80 degrees over the Isthmus. The
daily maximum and minimum will
be about 85 and 76 degrees, respec respectively
tively respectively on the Atlantic side, and 87
and 74 degrees on the Pacific side.
The highest temperature on rec record
ord record for July is 95 degrees and the
lowest is 67 degrees.
, HUMIDITY: The relative humid humidity
ity humidity will average about 86 percent
on both coasts. The mean daily
humidity will range between 74 and
94 percent.
SUNSHINE: There will be an av average
erage average of five hours of sunshine
daily with one or two days with no
sunshine at all.
FOGS: Nightime and early morn morning
ing morning fogs may be expected quite fre frequently
quently frequently over the Gaillard Cut sec section
tion section of the Canal and the central
section of the Isthmus along the
Trans-Isthmian Highway, but rare rarely
ly rarely at either Canal entrance. Most
of the fogs form around midnight
and will dissipate by 8:30 a. m
WINDS: Light variable winds
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THURSDAY, JULY ft. 11
Four-Hit 4-0 Shutout
terry Jti

PAOS 1ICHT

Stengel Convinced Things
booking Up For Yankees
Bj MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) Don't just stand
there do something and now that Ralph Terry
finally has, Casey Stengel is convinced things are
looking up for the Yankees.

tha seventh. Four singles,

.iigotta find me another pitch-

or hofnrp W call si "i

there again," Casey ha.
saying all along.
Steneel never mentioned
Jmes but the implication

plain he was waiting on
who was obtained from
City oh May 26.
-V- W.vear-old

naX had not-diWurshed him-

up

been

atfy
was

Terry,

Kansas

right

...Ho.iiariv since tnen,

5eu 1"""V"--'1-J ,:u 4hp

but

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swer an-swer to Casey's P".1"1

ho n trhea a iuui-im-

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truck out six o""

alked

4 0 victory over Bal-

only

and

into fifth

had occupied

berth for 70

of

their

Sox
one

g tv.-
Pain

ter,

nnlv one in a

tjmore.
That victory was only the
first for Terry since coming
a.. tk. A't. but it moved the

Yankees into third place

three games off the pace

dromed the urioies

nlace after they

a first-division

consecutive days.
Norm Siebern and Gil McDou McDou-iri
iri McDou-iri rh homered as Skinny

Brown suffered his third loss

the season and tne urioies
fourth in a row.
The second place white
-...,a riovpianri's lead to

cam with a 6-5 victory over the
Indians: Washington beat Boston.
4-1; and Detroit defeated Kansas
Ci'v 5-4.
In the National League Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia nipped Pittsburgh, 1-0.
-fViirnan moved within a nan-

game, of fourth Place with
ilnniemil flVPf St. LOUIS.

postponed the only other schedul scheduled
ed scheduled game between Milwaukke and
Cincinnati.
Turk Lown had to put nown a
ninth-inning rally by the Indians
to save the White Sox victory.
Lown retired the side in order
after. Woodie Held's two-run hom homer
er homer in-the ninth off Cerrv Staley
had drawn the Tribe within a run
of the White Sox. Starter Barrv
Latman was credited with his
second victory. Tito Francona
and Earl Torgeon also hoTie.
Jim (Mudcat) Grant was the los loser.
er. loser. Camilo Pascual paced the Sen Senators
ators Senators to their third straight victo victory
ry victory with a four-hitter over the
reeling Red Sox, who lost th? ir
fourth in a row and their sixth
game in the last seven. Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, scored all of its runs off Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Casale. including a three-run
rallv in the seventh high lighted
ny Harmon Killehrew's two run
douple. It was Pascual's seventh
vicTry against the same number
of losses.
Detroit started Iaul Foytack
;'had a one-hitter until the eighth
against Kansas Citv but then re required
quired required Ray Narleski's aid in the
ninth after tagged for homer by
Kent Kadley and Bob Cerv.
The A's wound ud wlh six
hit and Foytack with his sev sev-.
. sev-. ni victory. Detroit clinched
the game by routing loser Ned
Carver aith a four-run rally in

a

double by Harvey Kuenn ana
an error by Hahley produced
th four runs. Neil Chrisley
homered in tht fourth for the
Tigers' first run.
Gene Conley out-pitched Ronnie
Kline in the Phils' triumph over
the Pirates. Conley hurled a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter and struck out eight in
bringing his record to 6-4. The
Phillies scored the only run of
the game with two out in the
third inning when Joe Koppe
walked, stole second and came
around on Richie Ashburn's sin single.
gle. single. Kline, who gave up five of
Philadelphia's six hits in the sev seven
en seven innings he worked, suffered
his sixth loss against six victo victories.
ries. victories. Bobby Thomson's ninth-inning
single scored Ernie Banks from
second base with the run that
gave the Cubs their victory over
the cards Thomson came
through with his game winning
hit off reliever Lindy McDaniel,
who was tagged with his ninth
loss against six victories. St.
Louis had a 5-1 lead until Chi Chicago
cago Chicago tied the score with a four four-run
run four-run rally in the eighth to chase
strrter Ernie Broglio. Don El El-ston.
ston. El-ston. the Cubs' third pitcher,
won his fifth game in six deci:
sions.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Bated en 190 official at bats)
National League

Aaron, Mil

White, St. L

Gilliam, LA

Cepeda, SF
Logan, Mil

C'ng'h'm. St. L

Temple, Cinci

Stuart. Pitts

Boyer, St. L

KoDinson, unci

GABKH Pet.
73 298 55 113 .379
68 240 43 86 .358
67 237 49 82 346
75 301 52 102 .339
66 223 27 74 .332

65 199 27
74 298 50
60 199 36
70 260 44
73 270 51

66 .532
98 3i9
64 .322
82 .315
85 .315

American League

Kuenn, Det

Runnels, Bos

Kaline, Det

Fox, Chi

Woodling, Bait

Mantle, NY

Bridges, Det
Skowron, NY
Power, Cleve

C AB R H Pet.
68 271 46 96 .354

70 275 44
67 262 44
73 296 40
68 217 28
66 25 252
75 267 26
64 250 32
71 281 58

97 .353
90 .344
95 .321
68 .313
78 .310
79 .296
74 .296
82 .292

Sports Briefs

SOCCER ENTRIES SOAR
CHICAGO (UPI) The Pan
American soccer championship
this summer has drawn a proba probable
ble probable entry of 14 or 15 nations. The
ble elimination schedule with the
size of the1 field has forced a dou dou-winners
winners dou-winners playing a separate round
robin schedule for the title.

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
Dem'ter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards

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

Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Stuart, Pirates
Cepeda, Giants

BY RUNNERS WIN

Brigham Young's Dean bunaei i
and Dalf cfrtoe4leJ
ruesdav in an lnlernafionar traclU

TAMPERE. Findland (UPI)
Rrieham Young's Dean Lundell

a

TiieaHa v

and field meet. Limdell won the
800-meter event in 1:54.0. while
i nno trmV the 400-meter contest !n

!50.2 seconds.

FULLBACK BROWN SUED
CLEVELAND Ohio (UPI) T
Cleveland Browns fullback Jim
Brown is being sued for $10,000
by a parking lot attendant for al allegedly
legedly allegedly striking him when asked
for a parking receipt.
KONOW SAILING WINNER
OSLO. Norwav (UPI) Magnus

Konow. former .Olympic sailing

champion, won the six-meter class
in the Aing Olav Cup regatta at
Hankoe Tuesday.

Four Roses

71
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Mantle, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon. Senators

72
63
65
51
55
55

63
54
52
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16
16
16
16

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San Bias Indian Women jfajto
Debut Tonight At Colon Arena

By HERBERT MOISI
In continuation of the Female
Basketball League of Colon, the
San Bals Cuna Indian team will
make its 1959 debut tonight a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Rainbow City Mento Mento-lados
lados Mento-lados club. In the opener of this

three-team league, M t n t o lados

lost to Deportivo Iris by a close
35 to 29 score.
Interest in this gam stems
from the fact that for the first
time in the history of local bas basketball
ketball basketball a complete Indian fe female
male female team will nake a formal ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Interest is also high be because
cause because of the fact that the Rain

bow City girls showed prite

but failed to produce as expect

ed. Several will be returning to
watch them in action as they
played a type ball that several
fans called exciting.

Games are played every Mon

day and Thursday beginning at
7:45 and will always precede a
Senior League contest.

Tonight closeout affair will be

between the highly popular Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro team and Powells Garage.
Both club has gone out to the

court once, Marloboro m a kj n g
their debut a thrilling 57 to 53

victory over Cerveza Balboa and
Powells losing in their debut be before
fore before Pepsi Cola to the score of
61 to 50. v
In this Senior league game, the
likes of Papsy Aikman, Julio
Noel, Carlos Hyacinth, Othway
Massiah and Robert Taylor will
be seen playing in the Marlboro
White and Red Jersey while Po Powells
wells Powells will send out Antonio Qui Qui-fiones,
fiones, Qui-fiones, Patricio Harrison and To
mas Bracho to stem the tide of
this reputedly fast-breaking team
DAVE WHITE AND WILFRED
BARROW HONORED
The front office of the Mento Mento-lados
lados Mento-lados girls basketball team will
honor the residents of Rainbow
City by dedicating this contest
against the Cuna Indias to
them. To receive this honor for
the Canal Zoners will be their

International Marlin-Sailfish
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COLON

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI)

The Toronto Maple Leafs climb climbed
ed climbed out of the International
League cellar for the first time
since May 21 by winning a Domi Dominion
nion Dominion Day doubleheader last over
the Richmond Vees.
Toronto, now only a half-game
out of sixth place, beat Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, 5-1, in the first game on
Ron Negray's two-hitter and made
it a clean sweep with a 4-3 night nightcap
cap nightcap victory. The win was Ne Negray's
gray's Negray's seventh in 13 decisions.
DonNf&nson, with help from
Pat Scantlebury won his th'rd
gam of the season. He has lost
eight.
Another vin bill played in Can Canada
ada Canada saw Columbus and Montreal
split. The- Jets took the opener
6-4, as Tim Burgess clouted a
three-run homer in the ninth in
ning. Bob Lennon's homer in the
second inning was all Rene Val Val-des
des Val-des needed as the Royals halved
the day's activities wilh a 2-0
nightcap verdict.
Havana and Buffalo were post
noned by rain. Miami held a 5 1
lead over Rochester when rain
halted proceedings after three in
nings.
The linescores:

At least 10 people will be out
fishing the first weekend of the
VII International Marlin and Sail Sail-fish
fish Sail-fish Tournament which got off
to a start yesterday, and will last
until Aug. 2. This is the record
turnout for the first week of any
month long fishing tournament in
Panama. The event is sponsored

by the Marlin Club, Club de Yates
y Pesca and Panama Rod and

Reel Club.
Seventeen outboard motorboats

with an average of three persons

aboard are leaving from Panama
and the Canal Zone tomorrow to
spend the weekend at the Perlas
Islands fishing. The Army's land

ing craft will be out at Perry

Bay in the Perlas Islands, at 3
p.m. tomorrow afternoon and will
stay until 9, a.m. Sunday carrying
the tournament's ice and gasoline
for the convenience of fishermen.
Sales will be for cash only and
fuel will be sold only to partici participants
pants participants In the tournament, for
which reason they are advised to
carry their receipts of inscrip inscription.
tion. inscription. Among the outboard motorboat
fishjerntenj are: Roger Adams, M.

McCullough, Bob Lessiack, Paul

Mohl and son, Billy de la Mater,
bill Nickisher and Bill Nickish Nickish-er
er Nickish-er Jr., Ernesto de la Guardia

III, Harry Strunz Jr., Roosevelt
Thayer, Rodolfo Causadlas. Boris
Allara Tony leggiere, Edward
Abbot and Arlene de Abbott,

and Abbott Jr., Pedro Alvarado.

Eduardo Vejas, Jorge Morales, A-

nibal Casis Neira, Ramon Lom

bardo, Manuel Jose Paredes, A-

quilino Vallarino, Eduardo Alfaro,

Luis M. Hernandez, Maximo Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Juan Arreta, Juan Ouinte Ouinte-ro,
ro, Ouinte-ro, Hernando Barcenas, Cecilio
Moreno Jr., Maximo Luque Jr.,
FederTco Bremmer, Body Sun,
Roberto Bremmer, Jose Garcia
Francisco Leyton, Carlos A. De-

( First Game)
Columbus 100 001 0047 11
Montreal 012 000 0003 7

Lines, Giel (9) and Baich;
sorda and Teed. WP Lines.
Parris, Burgess.

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Richmond 001 000 0001 2 0
Toronto 120 000 02 5 10 1
Monroe and D. Johnston; ne ne-gray
gray ne-gray and Thompson. HRLeja.

(Second Game, 7 Innings)
Columbus 000 000 0-) 2 0
Montreal 011 000 x 2 5 1
fiibbon. Held (3) Jimenez (6)
and llnll; Valdes and Williams.
LP fiibbon. HR Lennon.

(Second Game, 7 innings)
Richmond 101 001 03 10 1
Toronto 002 200 x 4 10 1
Dick, Crba (4) Green (6) and
Shantz; Don Johnson, Scantlebu Scantlebu-ry
ry Scantlebu-ry (7) and Henry. WP Don John Johnson.
son. Johnson. LP Dick. HR Leja.

DR.IVE-IN

TODAY

ROc.
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9:00

nis, AiciDiades Acnurra, usvaiao
Vasquez, William Neuman, Mar Marco
co Marco de Obaldia, Salustiano Chacon,

Emilio Viggiano, Jorge Aieman,

Juan Jose Garcia y Ramon Mi Mi-dence,
dence, Mi-dence, Mauricio Menashe, Enri Enrique
que Enrique Diaz and Javier Casis.

Other boats leaving are: ine
"La Ray" with H. E. Robinson
and John Dworak Jr. Fred En En-gel,
gel, En-gel, Boyd W. Ferry; the "Nauti

lus" with Milton and chubby

Wright, the "Maruquel" with Car

los Brin Jr., James Boyd, Rober

to Perei and Sammy Boyd; the
"Huskv" with Mike Maduro, Rey

Valdes and Miguel Aued, the "Se-1

ri" with Frank Violette, Frai

StocKion, nerDeri rrescou, anu
Espina Newball, the "Soltura"
with Ken Middleton, Arturo Vial,
and Bob Noney; The "Flying
Scot" with Charles J. Robertson
and S. St. Richard G. Shaffer;
Aidarita 1288 with P. O. Broome;
and Caiman II with Ted Schmidt
Louis $hmidt Jr., and Fred
Rouse of Miami, Jack Hamlin of
of Miami.
The Army has six boats out,
the Q 56, Q 638, and 3 J Boats,
as well.. as., their Inspection boat,
darttlnra' total'"of 31 people;

while the Air Forcfclh as 18 people

going out on their boats.
Carta Vieia Is supplying a bot

tie of their famous rum to each

boat in the tournament.
The tournament committee wish

es to remind everyone that the

$5.00 entrance fee entitles one tp

fish as many times as desired

during the tournament.

The 37 beautiful prizes for the

tournament are being displayed
for a week in the windows of the
Fuerza y Luz in Panama. There
will be no ties, but first fish of a

class caught will be the winner.

Everyone, is urged to enter their
catches. Turn in cards at the

clubs.

Marciano To Go On Exhibition
Tour; May Try To Comeback

o

By JACK CUDDY

possibly
It was

NEW YORK (UPI) Rocky
Marciano will begin test-training
next week for a European tour
hat' pxoected to include some

sparring exhibitions and
lead fb fa comeback,

learned today.
He'll fly' to Europe late this
month.
The 33-year-old "Brockton
blockbuster," who retire unde undefeated
feated undefeated on April 27, 1956, has been
issuing denials that he plans to
return to the ring. It's true: He
won't come back if he can t get
into satisfactory condition.
He now weighs 220 pounds, al almost
most almost 32 more than his 188u when
he last defended the world heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight crown on a ninth-round
knockout over Archie Moore,
Sept. 21, 1955.
If he can pare down and get
"sharp" again, there's a good
chance he may challenge next
June against the winner of the
September return bout between
champion Ineemar Johansson and
ex-champ Floyd Patterson.
You see, Rocky's long contract
with manager Al Weill expired on
June 16, and he now can sign his
own agreements or get a new
manager or advisor. His advisor
now Is Vic Marsttlo of Newark.
N.J. who resurrected Jersey
Joe Walcott from the scrapheap
but lost him before he became

champion.

When Rocky retired he had the

only perfect record of any heavy

cnamp in ring history: 49 straieht

professional victories, including 43

xnocKouts. He was a terrific
puncher, particularly with the
right hand. He was remarkably
rugged. He had unusual stamina

and an effective bob-weave style
Should he recapture the heaw

weight title, he would be the first

man to do it.

Marsulo will accompany Rocky
on his European tour, it was

learned. Kocky and ex-champion
Walcott, from who he won the

title in 1952, are slated for a spar

ring exhibition at Rome In

August.

I heir tour is slated to include

England, Denmark, Norway and

hweden. Just which countries will

oe visited first was not disclosed.
There's a chance an early August

exhibition with Walcott might be
given at Goteborg, Sweden, with
Johansson as referee.

president iand-vice-ewesident, Dave
E. White and Wilfred Barrow.
The FO decided on these hard hardworking
working hardworking civi ,'kaders for this
honor ai 'a testimony 'of acknowl acknowledgement
edgement acknowledgement of a job that ii being
well-done.
Game thime is 7:45 p.m. in the
Colon Arena.

Cricket News

SEYMOUR AGENCY CRICKET
CLUB TO DEDICATE
GAME TO W. (DOC) FORD
ON JULY 12
After two years X)f rest, the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Cricket Club will play the
Atlantic champions, the Surrey
Cricket Club at Mt. Hope Ball
Park on July 12.
The Seymour boys are getting

m shape ana are confident that
they will give' the Atlantic cham champions
pions champions a real battle from start to
finish, where the best man wins.

There will be further informa

tion about the game later.

Another meeting will be held

next Week to discuss further plans

about this special game which

will be played, and why.

All cricket lovers are asked to
come and see this game be because
cause because it is felt that it is going to
be one of the best games that
they have seen for a long time,
and also for the veteran cricket cricketer,
er, cricketer, W. (Doc) Ford, fpr whom this
game is dedicated.

PACIFIC CRICKET NEWS
The following- cricketers are
reminded through this medium to
prepare themselves to attend a
meeting in July either the first or
second seek, the exact time and
place will be announced In anoth another
er another issue.
The purpose of the meeting
will be nomination and election of
officers for the cricket club which

rTLQ M fit

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

National League

teams ;
Milwaukee

San Francisco

Los Angeles
Pittsburgh

Chicago
St. Louis

Cincinnati
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- Today's Games
San Francisco at Chicago
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (-TC)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)
Yesterday's Results

St. Louis
Chicago

Broglio

Smith.
Buzhardt, Henry,
and Neeman.

003 002 0005 11. 0
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McDaniel (8-8) and S.

Elston (5-1)

(Night Game
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 I 0
Philadelphia 001 000 OOx 6 0
Kline (6-6), Face and Burgess.
Conley (6-4) and Thomai.

(Night Game)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (post (postponed,
poned, (postponed, rain).

Only 'games scheduled.

is in process of organizing.
Appended below are the names
of the players who are request requested
ed requested to be prepared; C. LasbJey,
C. Temple, F. Williams, C. Bel Bel-grave,
grave, Bel-grave, E. Roberts, W. Samuels,
C. Bynoe, S. Campbell, P. Den Den-nis,
nis, Den-nis, G. Brown, C. Cook, R. Best,
I. Roberts and H. Kerr.

Haney Picks Musial As Reserve
To Round Out NL All-Star Team

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) -Manager
Fred Haney chose Stan
Syne'c'tbdajr-in eelecting the re reserves
serves reserves and pitchers to round out
the National League All-Star team.
Although the 38-year-old St. oil oil-is
is oil-is Cardinals star received only
three votes in the major leaguers
balloting for the starting posi positions,
tions, positions, Haney felt "old pro" Musial
would- be a handy man to have on
the1 Veoctf'far the' July 7 All-Star
game at Pittsburgh.
And if there were any senti sentiment
ment sentiment involved, who could be be-brudge
brudge be-brudge the honor to Stan-The-Man,
who has been a prominent fixture
in 16 consecutive All-Star classics
No other player has participated
in as many. In those 16 games,
Musial compiled a .315 batting
average and holds the All-Star
records for home runs (five), hits
(17) and total bases (34).
Cepeda, Robinson Ahead
With a .259 batting average that
includes seven homers and 29
runs batted in this season, Musial
finished far back of. starting first
baseman Orlando Cepeda of the
San Francisco Giants and runner runner-up
up runner-up Frank Robinson of the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Reds, when the players, man managers
agers managers and coaches voted for the
first team.
In picking the seven NL pitcn pitcn-ers,
ers, pitcn-ers, Haney tapped Lew Burdette
(11-6) and Warren Spahn (10-8),
the two aces from his own Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee staff: Elroy Face of the
Pittsburgh Pirates, who has won
12 games in relief without a loss;
Don Drysadle (8-5) of the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Dodgers, Johnny Antonelli
(11-4) of the Giants, Vinegar Bend
Mizell (9-3) of the Cards, and
Gene Conley (5-47 of the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies.
Haney picked the staff after
studying recommendations from
the seven other league managers.
The seven pitchers have a com combined
bined combined record of 66 victories and
30 defeats.
FAVORED POLL LEADERS
For reserves. Haney generally
favored those plavers who finished
cppnnrl in thp maior leaeuers' poll.

When Rocky returns from thelThp nnlv evcentions were Musial

tour, he's expected to decide jand shortstoo Dick Groat of the
whether to attempt a comeback 'Pittsburgh Pirates, who was chos chos-Promoter
Promoter chos-Promoter Bill Rosensohn saidjen over voting runnerup Roy Mc Mc-today:
today: Mc-today: "If Johansson koens fi"Millan of the Reds,
title in his September fight with In addition to Musial and Groat,
Patterson, Rockv rertainlv would the infield reserves are Robinson
be a welcome addition to the con- Ken Boyer of the Cardinals and
tenders' ranks. Of course, he Bill Mazeroski of the Pirates. The
would have to prove himself o starting infield will be Cepeda
the public before making a title at first, Johnny Temple of Cin Cin-bid
bid Cin-bid next year." cinnati at second, Ernie Banks of

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the Chicago Cubs at short and Ed

Mathews of the Braves at third.

The three outfield standbys

picKed Dy.,aney, were ijoe, Cuu-.

mngham and Bill White of the

Cards and Vada Pinson of the

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will be Hank Aaron of the Braves,
Willie Mays of the Giants and

Wally Moon of the Dodgers.

Catchers Smoky Burgess of the
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The Cards thus had the biggest
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American League

TEAMS

Cleveland
Chicago
New York

Detroit
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Terry (8-5) and Berra.
Brown (5-3), Loei and Triandoa.

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NATIONAL

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Mizell, Cards
Antonelli, Giants
Newcombe, Reds
Poares, Dodgers
AMERICAN
Wilhelm, Orioles
McLish, Indians
Larsen, Yankees
Shaw, White Sox
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PARAISO 1:00

"LIFE BEGINS
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"THIS ISLAND
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Icamp Blerd 7:00

"The Creature
Walks Among
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MATINEES TOMORROW!

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THURSDAY, JULY I, 1959

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Gym Contest
Benefit Affair

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5700 MATERIEL LEAGUE
ALBROOK A. F. B.

Tigers

Loafers
Hils and Mrs
Jumpers
Katz N Jammers
Kooi Kats
Unlucky Five
Rolling Five

The U.S. Navy Alt-Stars will
take en the Los Guaracheres
in the annual basketball c asiic
in commemoration of the Inde Independence
pendence Independence of the United States
of America tonight in the Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Lowe Gymnasium of the A A-bel
bel A-bel Bravo College, commencing
at 8 p.m.
The game is a benefit of the

St. Vincent Do Paul Sisters of (separated them from first plac I

W L
33 19
3.1 19
32 20
27 25
23 29
22 30
20 32
18 34

Tigers 3 Kool Kats. 1

The Tigers closed the gap that

High Team 1 Games, (Hdcp.)
Hidman Cars 313
Martini Vermouth 3130
Pepsi Cola 3122
High Team Game
Kent Cigarettes 1122
Cafe Duran 107
Zenith T.V. 10C
High Ind. 3 Games (Scratch)

Dick Soyster, anchor, was nigh
for Zenith with 509, John Barbour
502.
R. King anchor for Tigh with
522 and Burton had 507.

ity'ki L'NES Mrs. Larry E. Jones reeled in the eight eight-foot,
foot, eight-foot, 157-pound blue marlin at the left. Son, Larry Jr 13
topped Mom with the 10-foot, 284-pounder. Captain Jones'
Skipper of his own boat, stands behind daughter Rockv'
after the outing off Hatteras, N. C. He take? out parties!

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Charity Poor People's Fund

and Is being sponsored by the
Club Las Orquideas.
The U. S. Consul In Colon,
Bainbridge C. Davis, will throw
out the first ball and also will
present the prixes to the win winning
ning winning team. The public is spe specially
cially specially invited to attend and co cooperate
operate cooperate with such noble cause.
Besides the high R. P. Gov Government
ernment Government officials that will be
in attendance, scores of Canal
Zone dignitaries will also at attend
tend attend this good neighbor affair
which is inetnded to bring Pa Panamanians
namanians Panamanians and.Zonians clo.tr
together. Constant sports activi activities
ties activities of this nature is one of the
best ways.
The gates of the gym will be
opened from 6 p.m. to accom accommodate
modate accommodate eary fans.

iu
w
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.of

already valued at some $400,000.
lngemar Johansson is the Think Thinking
ing Thinking .nan's 1'uy, Sweden's answer
to Gene Tunney Denipsey made
lunney a millionaire, it nothing
else, there's gold in Patterson's
chin, and the protean mineralo mineralogist
gist mineralogist has designs on it. With dy dynamite,
namite, dynamite, as has been demonstrat demonstrated,
ed, demonstrated, the task is made simple.

Can the Swede do it again?
Why not? Hasn't he the power,
the strength, the combat intuition
...ami doesn't he 'love me ihum-

ey? Here s a revealing lnsigm.
Shortly after the stirring melo

drama in Yankee Stadium, ne

motored to midtown Manhattan
accompanied by his peach cake,
Birgit Lundgren, and a friend
who has just composed and puo puo-lished
lished puo-lished a book: "How to Train and
Box ... by lngemar Johansson.
Only minutes before the Vivaci-

t,.c vikino had acauirea me

world's heavyweight championship

nH thp most i.DOUlent pay uaj

his career, but .wnat was iuj

main enthusiasm as wecar sn

over rain-slick streets, througn
low-dipping fog?
"You'll be surprised," smiled
our informant. "The book. And
what winning the title would
mean in stimulating sales."
The t ede is too big and too
strong for. Floyd Patterson,- who
is little more than a tight' hea heavyweight,
vyweight, heavyweight, and when he's in con con-j,T;
j,T; con-j,T; onH cnmnptltivelv eager,

, inures to beat the American est city in the world? I can so

w-r nine times out of 10. easily believe it," he murmurs

The return maicn wuu me 1..-

HIS OWN MANAGER
Johansson is like Tunney in an another
other another way; he calls the plays.
When he testified that his father
was his manager, in a legal ac action
tion action involving an alleged prior
0h?mltnte'ht,'-hewwa8',lnerely en engaging
gaging engaging parental flattery. Johans Johansson's
son's Johansson's manager is Johansson.
So, when the young man says
he desires to train again at Gros Gros-singers
singers Gros-singers and is delighted with
New York, the return will be
held here. And, of course, he is

now in a position to dictate. Sig

Manuel Ycaza
Boots Home
Five Winners

by winning three points from the

Kool Kats and putting them themselves
selves themselves in a tie for that top spot.
The Koo' Kats opened with a
win, but cooled off, so that the
Tigers took the next three mark markers.
ers. markers. Only four maple pins sepa separated
rated separated the two squads in the TP
column.
For the Bengals, the female
spades was more deadly with
the pins, because the two ladies
flashed the best scoring from;
Grace Moss tallied 518 hdcp and
Billie Ketree 502 hdcp.

McLanc and Soyster
T. Keeler and h. Zost
R. Novey

High Ind. Game

H. Zost
McLane
J. Palm

ii21
o!7
606

24i
237

Martini Vermouth 4
Balboa Beer 0
This was another case of one

iteam gelling hot, Martini rolling
I a 2563 scra;ch. The suds hoys
! rolled average, but were no
j match for Martini. The closest
game came in the 2nd when Bal

boa missed by 26 pins.
Chuck Ehremberg, anchor for
Martini, was the big gun with ,1
fine 568. Alvarez had a good 539
and Lowande had 512. Tony Lut Lut-lemberber
lemberber Lut-lemberber anchor for Balbo
was high with a good 530 andysf.
Palm haH Vi

236 1 Palm had 504.

High ,lnd. Ave. T.P.

Curly Bates
McLane
R. Soyster,
C. Ehremberg
Ely

Lincoln Life 3
Astra Products 1

It was Tnssjjjame formula with
the Kooi Kats, with a pair of tiie
fair sex producing the scoring
punch; Helen Mingin smacked a
506 hdcp and teenager Carolce
Rouse, showed up her pop and the
other adults with a whopping
528 hdcp. The men on both squads
sat back and let the gals carry
the burden.
Loafers 0 Jumpers 4

The three point advantage the

01 tuo by only 6 pins. R. Champ
saur a new comer rolled th inn

Loafers enjoyed in holding down;n'gn game (242) of the night was

174 bM2

174 ii284! The Ins. boys besetted Astn
17i )-;u(i with their Anchor man H. Zost
173 o2'i7 returning to form, rolling the

173 3089 high game (245) and high serifs

for the night (617). The 245 was
hiph for thp epaenn anri K17 liorl

Kent Cigarettes 3 Keeler for season 2nd hieh serins

Hillman Cars 1 I All (Hpsp spnrpc unrp spratMi w.

Lane was high lor Astra wi'li
Kent after losing all 4 points 3 492.
weeks in a row finally got Hack!
in the win column, by roolin; a Blue Star 4
hot 2571 scratch. Undef this Cafe Duran 0
bombardment Hillman managed
to take the last game. The dairy boys jumped on the
tt n.i,,.. u coffee boys for all 4 points, get-
wV th Z C fru Ken,'IK hack in the winners column
hut mi.dnl'S." WL h 3 30t 594 I However Duran bowled good l,:n l,:n-jusi
jusi l,:n-jusi missing ine charmed circle 1 ine a 2339 scratrh sprips rtnh

Mathias another newcomer

high for Blue Star with
552. Sutton was high for

first place, evaporated" when they 1 next with a good 542 series. Alva-1 with a bie
....... l -.. 1 ---- v.. v.- t iraHn had Aaz r... fru.T " ""

were slaughtered by the Jumpers

for all four points.

The best score the Loafers put

NEW YORK. July 2 (UPI) r was ni Dy memoer 01

MamiPi Vpa,,. weaner sex, uene carom.

bid lor runner-up nonors ai lie, ?e m"le colntngent L 1 e
mont. hooted h,L ,,.. .lumpers saved face for the men

vesterdav lo raisp hU mppiino 1... 'ne. 'ea8ue

tal to 42.

Dedar Brook won the $28,300
Shevlin Stakes by a length and
three-quarters.
Panamanian-born Ycaia now
if five behind the injured Eddie
Arcaro. Bobby Ussery leads
with 68.
Ycaza starled his streak with
Doe ($8.50) in the second race and
followed aboard. How, Ar. Things
($7.10) in the fourth, Matisse
($8.00), Tufanhai ($3.10) in the
sixth and Past Due ($4.60) in the
eighth.
Ada L. Rice's Cedar Brook
had to battle a fast closing Seven
Corners before winning the seven seven-furlong
furlong seven-furlong Shevlin. Waltz, the pre

viously undefeated favorite,

when Jim Wil

liams found lanes 7 and 8 at

Albrook to his liking and posted
a 547 scratch and 595 hdcp set
John Woods made a 555 hdcp.

rado had 495. Ray Thompson ,i

so a newcomer for Hillman was
high with 477.

- fittip daffiness re-arroused,

can scarcely miss the million-dollar-
gate categW;t"'--ffcl1

For the first time since "-"-lary
rights became a part of the
prize-fight language, on-the spot
attendance should challenge pre-

etectronic age totals wnen cioseu
circuit was a term more sugges suggestive
tive suggestive of a burlesque wheel than
TV For the second Louis-Schmel-ing
bout 66,227 paid $940,096. Al Almost
most Almost of a certainty this would be
gurpsassed.
Our theme, keep in mind, is
still why the Swede can do it a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. The ancillary rights, i.e., in income
come income from theater TV. radio and
motion pictures, make the incen incentive
tive incentive all the more compelling.
Granted adequate facilities, and
benign weather, this phase of the
promotion could .do $5 million.
ANOTHER TUNNEY
Now you can be sure that a
fighter Who concerns himself with
a comparatively insignificant mer merchandise
chandise merchandise activity in the hour of
his greatest, most profitable tri triumph,
umph, triumph, can be counted- on to be
physically fit and mentally, reso resolute
lute resolute for the return. And that he'll

take every possibly precaution to

see the now of riches is not jeo
cardized.

We hasten to add that the new

champion, whose right hand, incidentally,-wrought
as much cons consternation
ternation consternation among the experts as
among the Patterson-D'Amato-Oc-tupus
II axis, is no miserly wor worshipper
shipper worshipper of mammon. It must
have cost what fiscal authorities
like to describe as a tidy sum to
fly his family here, along with
assorted relatives and the beau beauteous
teous beauteous Birgit, and to maintain
them in the exotic necessities of
life for weeks. Only the house,
we are told, was on the cuff.
This is a class guy who trav travels
els travels top drawer, demands the best
and willingly pays. But he's no
spendthrift, much Jess a sucker,
and to him mabeV todav princi principally
pally principally means an opportunity to ex expand
pand expand fledging back-home business,

was

ii viz uitiaic. u& ,1 , ... ..,.

nificant, too, is the awe he holds! ,"u,er r'"u"len8in "ro

for The Big Town: ..." The rich- "dLe-

Cedar Brook grabbed the lead
at the end of a half mile and

margin .Tf TcW her "f with an even
margin entering the stretch. The for the Fives
colt faded a bit at the finish but

EV0." tolMJ-S. He RelSn9 Rlv, Kitz N j,mmr,

wam ?.ou. 04. w ana n.ou arrows

Regardless of what happens
from here on in, this blank killer
;is the sports world No. 1 story.
How he overcame the stigma of

cowardice to become an interna

tional hero, is a belie ve-it-or-not;

how the experts gave him the
brush is more of th same, but

for different reasons, some of

which we hope to expose in an another
other another sermon.

UnLucky Five 3 Hits and Mrs. 1
Another favorite bit the dust,

when the lowly Unlucky Five

came back strong after dropping
the first round, and took the

Hits and Mrs for the next thrte

points. The Unlucky Five receiv

ed an assist from. toe. hahdifcab

per, who issued to then 54 pins

per game, ana they one point by
22, another by 18, and the total

pins by 11.
The Worthen family came in

to their own for the losers;

Marge toppled 518 pins hdcp,

ana lice 551 hdcp. jerry Ried loin

ed the Worthens with a 529

However it was the leadoff man

for the Unlucky Five that stole

the show with a rousing 608

hdcp. Marcella Uppleman uried

500

Tivoli Travels 2
Zenith T.V. 2
This was one of the best hiph
scoring matches, Zenith 2345 and
Tivoli 2305 scratch. Tivoli l.-,k
the 1st game 960 to 930. Zenith
came back taking the 2nd and
building up pin fall. Tivoli howev
er took the last game splitting
the series.

Pepsi Cola 3
Good Year Tires 1

The Cola boys bowling ,.' th
plenty o( Pepsi took the tire boys
for 3 points. Although Good Yen Yen-out
out Yen-out bowled Pepsi 2409 to 2:184
scratch were 011. pointed vith
handicap. Bruce Ilassler anchor
for Pepsi was high with 519 V.
Demena had 512.
Lou Ileureux a newcomer
was high for Good Year with 527,
Curly had 524 and J. Bur'oon
had 505.

By OSCAR FR ALE Y

NEVv VuKK (UPI) Refection., 1 speed of logo's 'tree trunk" legs,
on "THE" right hand: i.iej. moeu him in and out mh
EveryDoJy st.h wants to know .the frenzisd grace of a berserk
about lngemar Johansson's right oallei master. i'he man can really
hand, the only dlierenre be.ug'sprim .
that since he knocked out Floyd4 ihe cutest questign thrown it
Patterson to win the world heavv jingo during th. post-fight presi
weight title they believe all the! party was: "What's wrone with

stories. American training methods?"
The punch, as seen from this .b-j.
corner with an over Ingo's-shoul-j HARPOONED ABOUT RIGHT
der view, was readied much like.
Rob:n Hood pullinz his bow to full' during his training, the Swede
leverage as he got ready to pink Wds harpooned from all sides and
on' of King John's henchmen even his own trainer, Whitey Bim Bim-lngo's
lngo's Bim-lngo's fist was the head of the stel,n' mlld'' criticized his refusal
arrow and all v0n can siv in theto thow,hls right hand as well
final analysis is that it must he ?s tne 'adies' dayvahd home-cook-the
sreatesl thin? s;nce TNT lnf atmosphere in Ingo's camp,
have knocked Patterson flat on his lngemar trained r,rossin"pr'i
bark on" of 'h swankiest Catskill re-
1 sorts, and the hotel received a
it was one of the most fearsome. lot of unfavorable and unfair men men-driving
driving men-driving punches these tired, oldtion as contributing to his boxing
red-rimmed eyes ever have seen, j drlinouency. Ingo did see several
I1 retrospect the mere fact th ;t or thp floor shows and he d:H ta ta-Paltrcon
Paltrcon ta-Paltrcon rose, again and again 'ckle the rhumba several times
like a run'iway yoyo is a test'-, w;1b his fiancep Hh- Cipro ivas

no monkey business with his
trainin" Tgimn jnH no -pm-nds
wer- made 01 his time. He simply
fieured himself that a b;t of re relaxation
laxation relaxation was good for him.
In?n only grinned when they
asked "what's wrong with Amen Amen-ran
ran Amen-ran 'rair1-"- "o)'..Ht'" Then he
merp'v rTlied thit "pveryone
shoii'H train -j he sees f't which
is "'Hat I Ho."
Johansson Hid 'ee1 o'le" 'id
snsnici'IS as th- result of all this
charn-booti"" and as nish'v re reluctant
luctant reluctant to disruss his nlans and

1 Irs 'r-in-'rio. TVis that rifht h?nd

was the best keDt serr't nf the
h'lvipg ages
V- T 11,1 t If,,, rh w),en
hp -liil h rlwln'l m;inl I, Ivrt his
-nnyr:'irT nnrt"rc Tf h, hd
'lirn'"'' t'1 .-in' 'nin'nrt
they'd hive been thp "inl hnsfed
"n h-iph of heak benders in r'ng,.
annals.
Because the ounch he f'nall" did
nut on display Was the mnft
Vihal ri"ht hand sincp invention
f thp triajpr fneer.

monial to tiis insiinciive courage
and gameness. Refause the man
was really lathered .
TREE TRUNK LEGS

One of tiie items which legis legislated
lated legislated against Johansson 'n the
pre-fight speculation was that he

was declared bv some to have

1 finj? "'rep trunk lees which limiti
Duran1' h:s agility Thos who tV,t

pictures of h's fight with Eddip
Machen knew, howevpr, that he
could move like a jack rabbit in
a nrairie fire.
Th' was nrdved indisputably bv
the fart that. whil he ftnnr"'

Patterson seven :mes in the third

1

rounr' it wis nniv '11:1 wnon '""

means that there still wer "!7
-ttronf'c remaining nd ir P"!)''
Cnldstpin hadn't intervened. I'igo

! m;,,ht have destroyed thp rhamn

It seemed like the longest round
'n historv, as it was, and von
kept wondering why the bell didn't
ring. The answer was in th

Alonq The Fairway?
Last Thursday's Ladies Day
Tournament at Amador was par participated
ticipated participated in by 13 lady golfers.
Full handicap was used and the

ladies were allowed to strike off

all stokes over par on holes five

and 12.

Pearl Trim won low gross with

an 83.v

In the first flight Jean Sullivan

won first place with a net 70.

Alyce French came in second with

a 71, and Nell Humphries plac

ed third with a 72.

Mary Faison's 70 won first

place in the second flight. Kay

Herre won second place with a

71, and Eve Monteath came in

third with a 72.
"Ethel Perantie's 30 putts won
the putting tournament for the
day.

After the golf a no host lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was held at Amador Officer's
dub in honor of Eve Monteath
who is -leaving Panama July 9.

A- gift of China was presented

.ve by the Club Members, and
many thanks offered for her
work on the handicap committee
and various club activities.
The luncheon was followed by
an afternoon of bridge. Ethel Pe Pe-rantie
rantie Pe-rantie won high score and proved
she is as sharp at the bridge ta table,
ble, table, as she is on the golf course.

Helen-. Owens won. second high

score and third place went to

Mary Faison.

the board.

Elizabelh Watches
New Providence
Win Queen' Plate

TORONTO, Ont. (UPI) New
Providence, a big bay colt who
loves a crowd, is the new Queen's
Plate champion today because he
broke away from the pck just at
the right time W win the 100th
renewal of the cojveted stake race.

The mild upset' victory climaxed
a historic afternoon in Canadian
sports history when Queen Eliza
beth became the second monarch
in history to see the Plate, which
was endowed with a pirze of 50
guineas by Queen Victoria.

Starting Tuesday night, July 7,
at the Curundu Bowling Center,
there will be free bowling instruc instructions
tions instructions plus bowling.
Instruction nights will be Tues

day, Wednesday and Friday. Pri Private
vate Private instructions can be arranged
with "Curly" Bates or the Club

house management.
Classes for different groups will
be formed.

6:00 p.m. till 7:30 p.m., small
fry ana juniors.
7:30 p.m. till 9:30 addlts.

Jaa v J T v g I Wln-(invited to take advantage of these

"" ywucu uy uifwcij instructions.

millionaire ana industrialist e. k.
Taylor and his wife, the $51,625
winner's share of the record $77,-

300 purse.

Twenty years ago, her father,
the late King George VI presented
the guineas and the $3,000 troohv

to the late George McCullagh, pub

lisher ot tne Toronto Globe and
Mail, who owned th winnine

Archworth.

In a match in which there was

only a three pin difference in

the handicap, the Katz N Jam

mers had two big games and this
carried them to a three point

pickup. With four of the five

Katz throwing 500 hdeo sets, the

Rolling Five were rolled into the

cellare spot of the the league

For the Katz, Harold Thiapen

siartea on tne 500 paraae, with

a 511, Mary Gomez followed with

a 513, her husband Julio was utxt

with 543 and Martha Serafin

504. Only the anchor man, Andv

Serafin was exclusive society, from
the exclusive society. For the

basemsnteers, Bill Fish flashed a

556 and Jewel Fayette filled in
with her 531, both Jidcp.

ELIMINATE KIDUEY TROUBLE
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That increased the colt's earn

ings to $84,500. He also won the

$28,000 Cup and Saucer last year,

me top race for two year olds.
Leadine Belmont rider Bob Us Ussery,
sery, Ussery, subbing for the injured Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro. held New Providence
in restraint for the first four fur furlongs,
longs, furlongs, and then eased off a tight
hold to let him get In front at
the three-quarter pole. He was
four lengths ahead of the 20-horse
pack going into, fhe stretch, and
eased off silently to beat Conn
Smvthe's Major Flight by a length
and a quarter.

ALLEN SETS SPUD MARK

BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE
WmIc f June 25
With the second half under way
still finds Kent Cigarettes out in
front by 2 points. Tivoli Travels
moved back into 2nd place.
Blue Star moved uo from 8th
to 6th, Pepsi Cola 9th to 8th and
Martini 11th to 10th. In the High

3 game series team, found Mar Martini
tini Martini 2nd, Pepsi Cola 3rd. Hillman

still in 1st. Changs ui the High

team series was Kent in 1st and
Zenith 3rd.

Taam Standings

Kent Cigarettes

nvou Travels

Balboa Beer

Zenith T.V.

Lincoln Life

DAYTON A BEACH. Fla. (UPI)
Johnny Allen of Red Snrines.1

in.l.., estaonsned a Daytona Inter-iBlue Star
national Speedway record during a Good Year Tires
practice run Tuesday with a ime' Pepsi Cola
of 135.623 miles per hour. Allen's Cafe Duran
new mark was set while praetic- Martini Vermouth
Ing, for Saturday's NASCAR late Astra Products
model stock car race. JHillman Cars

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a.m. Mon. is Pri., 11 a.m.
Sat., 1 p.m. gat. for Sun.
Office open S-5 weekdays.
LEAVE TOOK AD WITH OST. OF OUR AGENTS OB OUR OFFICES AT 13-tt "H SWEET, PANAMA t- LIBRER1A FRECIADO I Straat U a AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No 3 Lottery Plaia CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDESVhaRMACY 182 La Carraaqnilla FARMACIA LOM-BARDO-S'o.
26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J Si. a, LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. k FARMACIA EST A DOS UNIDOS 149 Central At.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Centra) Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. da la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMV-Jasta Annawu Ave. and S3 St. ft FAR FAR-MAC
MAC FAR-MAC 1A VAN DER JIS SO Street No. -53 a FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrai 111 NOVfcUADES A THIS
Beside Bella Vkta Theatre and Branch at Minima Stipe Market on Via Espafti COLON OFFICE: 15th and Amador Guerrero No. 14X11 Tel. 43L

,4AGB TEN

orts
between Santa
Hato. New low
Balboa 1866
BaldVin'i furnished aparfmenti
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
PHILLIPS Oceanude Cottage.
Santa Clara R da P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Cristobal 3-1673
Houses
FOR RENT: Completely ur ur-lished
lished ur-lished three bedroom residence,
prevoiully occupied by Bolivian
Minister in Ecuador Avenue No.
28. Livincjroom, dinincjroom,
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 F6 F6-brega
brega F6-brega at 29 East Street, rear Mer Mer-cado
cado Mer-cado Vasco.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, 2 bedroom, living living-r
r living-r e m, diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room, garage, etc. $L75.
95th Street No. 43. Tel 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. FOR RENT: Residence in "La
Cresta". Three bedrooms and
two baths. Maid's room with bath.
Living-diningroom. Garage. Lo Located
cated Located near the French Embassy.
For information call 2-0893 or
2,-0894.
Commercial Sites
FOR REN 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.
BANK BITES ON ID
SAVANNAH, Ga. (UPI) A
bank customer whipped out his
false teeth yesterday to estab establish
lish establish his identity. It worked. A
bank spokesman said the former
GI's dentures carried the same
serial number as the veteran's
pension check he wanted to cash.
'ROYAL" PUB
LONDON (UPI) Pub keeper
Alan Carl is having his usual
tourist-sea son troubles a host
of inquiring telephone calls. Carl's
pub is called, and listed in the
telephone book as, Windsor Cas Castle.
tle. Castle. CENSURE CENSORS
LONDON (UPI) British tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers were up in arms today at
the censors who banned a sexy
French film from London thea theatres.
tres. theatres. Why, they demanded, should
they pay $7.70 for the censors' bus
ride to see Kozlov 7-1 TM.

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LINGUISTS WIN UNIVERSITY SPANISH AWARD Languages
are a (alent for these two University of Miami June graduates,
winners of the Spanish Major Award presented annually bv
Wilbur L. Morrison, executive vice president In charge of Pan
American World Airways' Latin American Division. Miss Herta
Helen Ladenheim speaks Spanish, French, German, Russian
and English and Leo N. Rinaldi speaks Spanish, French and
English. Mr. Morrison, right, presenting the silver plaques,
established the award in 1953 to encourage the studv of Spanish
by college students as a means of creating closer bonds be between
tween between the Americas.

Commercial Guide"!

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LIFE INSURANCE
rail
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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ow
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Apartments

FOR RENT: El Cangrejo, very
cool, comfortable furnished, two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building. 3-1033.
FOR RENT: Very modern two
bedroom apartment, best loca location
tion location Call 2-2466 during office
hours.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo: Fully
furnished modern cool one room
apartment, hot water, balcony,
garage, etc. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two bedrooms,
two baths, liyingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, 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 Cangrejo.
grejo. Cangrejo. Available for two months.
Call 3-6870 or 3-4899.
FOR RENT: 2nd. floor Duplex,
three bedroom, hot water, large,
cool, new and garden. El Cangre Cangrejo
jo Cangrejo Tel. 3-6589
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.
Direct line telephone installation,
so diHicult to get now. Very cool.
Enquire beside Guatemalan Em Embassy
bassy Embassy on 51 Street;,
FOR RENT: G.I, approved,
furnished apartment, modern
building, screened, convenient
location. Automobile Row, No.
36. Tel. 3-6855,: after 7, 2 2-5046.
5046. 2-5046.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment parlor, diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, porch, garage, til tiled,
ed, tiled, screened. $55.00. Apply No.
112 Via Belisario Porras, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
RHINOS TO MET
LONDON (UPI) The second
rhinoceros ever born in captivity
was en route to Milwaukee, Wis.,
yesterday to meet the first rhino
ever born in captivity. Zoo offi officials
cials officials shooed the union would pro produce
duce produce a third.
FORECASTER RETIRES
LONDON (UPI) Weather
forecaster William Marshall re retired
tired retired yesterday after a 39-year-career.
His final forecast was for
rain.
NEW MACHINE MADE
CHICAGO (UPI) International
Harvester Co. announced it is be beginning
ginning beginning limited production of a
machine that will pick and shell
four rows of corn at one time or
twice, as many as any machine
currently on the market. The unit
hooks onto the front of a self self-propelled
propelled self-propelled combine.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
I'sed Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Pbone 3-4984 3-4985
All Type of Auto Insurance
SECOND CONTRACT GIVEN
NEW YORK (UPI) Sperry
Rand Corp. has announced that
its Sperry Utah Engineering Lab Laboratory,
oratory, Laboratory, Suit Lake City, has been
awarded a second defense con
tract in less than a week, totaling
$14,300,000 for development of the
Sergeant missile, it adds to a
eontracl of $17,800,000 received a
few days ago.

Automobiles

FOR SALE: Station wagon,
1953 Plymouth $450 00; Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile 6 cylinder, 1950, new
tires, radio, $250.00, 2049-A,
third street Curundu.
FOR SALE: 55 Ford, two door,
excellent condition, call Navy
3554
FOR SALE: 1957 Pontiac two
door hardtop, Supsrchief two
tone, white side wills, other ex extras.
tras. extras. Call 84-5129 or see at
Qtrs. 861 -D Fort Kobbe.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
Bel-Air, 4 door, sport sedan,
powerglide. radio, w.w. tires,
$1 350. House 1 5 I 2 A. Balboa.
Tel. 1389.
WANTED
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to
1953 Plymouth or Chevrolet, Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2029-A, phone 83-6172.
WANTED: Maid for house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and cooking, must be
neat and experienced. House
6260, Los Rios.
PERSO'NALS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER 'A' DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Kasper Rests While
Wailing For Second
Trip lo Penitentiary
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) -Segregationist
John kasper re
lavi'd at a fripnri's homp here to
day awaiting a federal court j
mandate so he can go hack to
prison for the second time.
Kasper. a central figure in
rioting at the integrated Clinton,
Tenn. high school, is free on
bond but faces a six-month fed federal
eral federal jail term for criminal con contempt
tempt contempt which grew out of the 1957
racial disorders in Tennessee.
The U.S. Supreme Court re refused
fused refused Monday to review his con conviction.
viction. conviction. When Kasper, 28, tried to sur surrender
render surrender to U:Sv Marshal Charles
Prescott here Tuesday he was
turned down because the officer
had not received authorization
from Knoxville where Kasper was
convicted.
Retired Adm. John Crommelin
of Monteomerv and Lee Foster
of Knoxville, who put up bond
for Kasper, accompanied him to
the marshal's office. Court offi officials
cials officials said it might be 30 days
before Kasper can be taken into
custody.
Kasper said, "I plan to give
myself up here in Montgomery."
He said he will relax at Crom
melin's house.
"This is the second time I have
been railroaded to prison fur
freedom of speech and I am sa
tisfied that it will be the last
said Kasper.
"I feel that the American
peonle understand what is hao
pening under our judicial dicta dictatorship.
torship. dictatorship. Justice in the federal
courts has become a farce a
ioke. They won't even hear the
questions of law that we raised in
defense of the First Amend Amendment."
ment." Amendment." Kasper got out of federal pr
son last summer after serving
nine-months of a one-year term
on another charge of contempt.
Servicio Brouwer
Enters Lowest Bids
On Paint Contracts
Servicio Brouwer, a Tanama
paint contractor, entered a low
offer totaling $77,422 on two of
the three schedules covering the
maintenance interior paint work
in quarters in U.S. communities
in the Canal one for the com
ing vear. The Tropical Paint Inc
made a low bid of $37,225 on
schedule B of the contract.
Other bids were entered by
Guardia and Company, Pacific
Contractors, and Anthony Ijeg
giere. The bids were opened
Wednesdav afternoon in the Ad
I ministration Building at Balboa
! Heights.
The paint work, to be done as
directed during a period extend extending
ing extending from the date of receipt of
notice to proceed until July 30
I960, will include walls, ceilings,
floors, hallways, and stairways,
of U.S. quarters on both sdies of
the Isthmus.
This is the third time (hat the
Rrnuwer Company has been the
low bidder on this open-end type
of maintenance paint work in the
Canal Zone. This company was
low on all three scheduled of the
contract awarded last May and
on two of the six-month contracts
awarded in January 1958.
The quarters to be paointed by
the Brouwer Company on this
contract are located in Old Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Margarita, Galun, Coco So Solo
lo Solo Balboa, Balboa Heights, and
Ancon. The Tropical Paint Com Company
pany Company was low on the painting of
quarters in Gamboa, Corozal, Los
Rios and Diablo Heights.

Miscellaneous

AIR CONDITIONERS
DUTY FREE FROM OUR STOCK
IN THE COLON FREE ZONE
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE.
FROM $179.50 UP.
ERA, S A. Tel. 3-789$
P. O. Box 910 Panama
FOR SALE: Maternity and baby
clothes, store "Stork" owner un unable
able unable to attend it personally. Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to Arosemena Avenue in front of
Royal Crown. For information
apply on premises.
FOR SALE: Office safe 500
Lbs. Inside dimensions 20x16x12
inches. Masonic Temple Bldg
Cristobal, C.Z. room 11, or Tel.
36-633.
NOTICE TO FISHERMEN
331 discount on all fishing
tackles. This is not a sale, but
permanent reduction of price.
ABERNATHY, I A.
Across side street from II Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel.
FOR SALE: 9 passenger 1954
Ford, station wagon. 14 ft. alu aluminum
minum aluminum boat, 7Vj horsepower
Evinrude motor. Kelly 3-0010 or
Las Cumbret 2065.
SERVICES
WE NEW reupholiter all typet of
furniture. We remake mattrei mattrei-tes
tes mattrei-tes ai new (pick up and delivery
tame day). Call ui for free esti estimate
mate estimate HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
National Ave. 41. Tel. 3-4911,
3-7348.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Experts in TV, radio. Hi-Fi and
transistori.
We do more Work, because we
do it the best.
Phone 2-1905.
Crawford Agencies.
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.

Art Dealers Get French Oils
For Bargain' Total $613,200

LONDON (UPI) Art dealers
;J 'n..ri.in" tntol nf MIS 200
pdiu a waiftwi" '
yesterday for 29 French paint-
ings irum uie wimum
multi-millionaire Walter P. Chrys
ler, Jr. ...
The 50 year-oid Chrysler said he
was "quite satisnea wun me
.,!" ot Cnthohv'c Auction House.
even though he had hoped to get
$870,000 tor his paintings, many ol
them famous impressionist works.
Chrysler sold the paintings to
..-.ic fund,, for the rairehase of
new works of art for the Chrysler
Art Gallery, at Provincetown,
Mass. He began spending the pro-
. j i i u.. ..:. A,,
ceeas lmmeuiaieiy, uujiuk nu-
guste Rodin's portrait-bust ot
George wynanam, ai me same
auction sale, for $980.
Autioneer feier wuson soiu m
paintings at the auction many of
them reluctantly because of the
low prices they were bringing, for
a total of $1,024,996.
Stateside
Opens Here
A Stateside variety show pre presenting
senting presenting "The Kids From Home"
will make a tour of military bas bases
es bases in the Canal Zone between Ju July
ly July 4 and July 9. The group of co'
legiate entertainers is traveling
under sponsorship of the Profes Professional
sional Professional Entertainment Branch De
partment of the Army and De Department
partment Department of Defense.
The U.S. Army Caribbean Spe Special
cial Special services office announced
the following bookings: Saturday,
July 4, Albrook Air Force Base
Theater. 7 p.m.; Sunday For!
Kobbe Theater. 8:30 p.m.; Mon
day, Fort Gulick Theater. 6:30
p.m.; Tuesday, Rodman Naval
Station Theater, 7:30 p.m.;
Wednesday, Cummings Hall, 15th
Naval District, 7:30 p.m and
Thursday, Jadwin Hall, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. 8:30 p.m. 8
In addition, ward" shows v. ill be
given at Gorgas and Coco Solo
Hospitals and appearances a
some batteries of the 4th Gun
Battalion, 517th Artillery, ure
scheduled. The group will be pre presented
sented presented over CFN-TV at 5:45 p.m.
Friday, July 3.
Admission for all performances
is free and Ihe shows are oper,
to all authorized theater patrons.
Ten girls and 10 men are in
the east of "the Kids From
Home," Dr. J. Clement Shuler of
Amherst College produced the
show after screening talent from
260 American colleges and univer
slties to select (he best for the
production. The unit, which or?
viotisly toured military bases in
the Pacific and Europe, will be
making its first appearance in
the Panama Area. From here
the troupe will travel lo Puerto
luro and Bermuda.
Also making Army theater ap appearances
pearances appearances during the coming
week tinder auspices of the Spe

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Refrigerator and
freexer, double door 13.1 cubic
feet, good condition, $190.00.
Panama 3-5085, leaving Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. (3-5085).
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
table with six chair buffet. Solid
mahogany. 243-C, Coca Solo 36-
760.
FOR SALE: 2 mahogany vanity
dressers with benches and mirrors.
1 old sewing machine, 1 night
stand, assorted lamps, Wasting Wasting-house
house Wasting-house roaster, Mirromatic pres pressure
sure pressure cooker. Sunbeam coffe
master, electric motor, 1 h p., 1
p h. 60 cycle 220-440-V, house
551, Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: SALTERINI PORCH
SET 150.00; SALTERINI
CHAISSE LOUNGE 48.00; beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Chinese screen 89.00; mod modern
ern modern living room sets 135.00; Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood beds (new stylea ) 69.00;
modern vanity w large mirror
39.00; lovely dinette eets-formica
top 75.00 child's wardrobe,
39.00; metal dressers 15.00;
mattresses 6.50; kerosene ttoves
19.00; ARMY COTS 5.50; pil pillows
lows pillows 1.25. CREDIT TERMS.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE. Ave.
N .clonal 41. Tel. 1-7148. 1 1-4911.
4911. 1-4911. FOR SALE: Double bed, box
spring mattress and frame $20.
Call 2-4327 between 5:30 and
9:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 12
eu. ft., with deep froeme, auto automatic
matic automatic defrost; playpen with pad,
babee-tenda high chair. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4383.
VOLCANO ERUPTS
TOKYO (UPI) 8 Mount Asama
volcano erupted 100 miles north north-meet
meet north-meet nf Tnkvn yesterday. SDew-
ing smoke and ashes thousands
of feet in the air. No property
damage was reported.
TIMELY ANNOUNCEMENT
NEW YORK (UPI) As the tem temperature
perature temperature hovered at 95 yesterday
day, Eastern Air Lines announced
triumphantly that it will soon be
equipped with under-pavement
hot water pipes to melt any snow
that falls on its new premises at
Idlewild Airport.
Sotheby s spokesmen made no
attempt to hid their disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment over the low sales to t a 1,
compared with the world record
prices that have stunned the art
world over the past week.
The experts had predicted that
scores of price records would be
set. But the hard-headed dealers
jamming three galleries w ere
cautions in the bidding and the
world's nighesl -priced names in
painting went like summer dress dresses
es dresses at a fall sale.
The only real excitement came
when George Braque's extremely
Cubistic "Fenime A La Mando Mandoline,
line, Mandoline, "a fractured image in har harmonizing
monizing harmonizing browns, was sold to
Swiss dealer for $100,800.
It was the highest price ever
paid for a Braque.
One drawing, a sheet of studies
by Henry-Edmond Cross, went for
just $14.
Variety Show
On July Fourth
cial Services Office will be the
"National Footlight Parade," fea featuring
turing featuring dancer Peggy Adams, ma magician
gician magician Jack Pyle, humorist Jack
Styles and the Bob Stevens (tiin.
tet.
Shows will be given at Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Theater at 6:30 p.m. and
at Jadwin Hall, Fort Claytop, at
8:30 p.m., both on Monday, July
6; at the Fort Gulick Theater at 7
p.m., Wednesday and at Fort
Kobbe Theater 8:15 p.m., Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. PERSHING QUEEN Blond
Judy Tifenberg, 20, a sopho sophomore
more sophomore t Penn State University,
has been selected National
Queen of Pershing Rifles, crack
military drill society. The Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, N.Y, girl is from Utvifc

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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lata 500 end 1.000
meters, in the Nuava Hipodromo
Urbanisation acroea the Ramon
Racetrack. AM lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Cad W. McBarneH
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, liyingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1.800
m. 9th. Street Ne. 28, San
Francisco.
FOR SALE: On double lot in
Santa Clara, bast location, next
to church: 2 bedroom chalet,,
livingroom, bath, kitchen, large
porch, garage, fully furnished
with 6 bads, G.E. refrigerator,
Rockgas, electric light and water,
for only $2,450.00 cash. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-5079.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Comfortable rooms
for responsible couple and stu students.
dents. students. Uruguay Street and 48th.
Tel. 1-6506.
Flamenco AA Guns
Practice Firing
Over Bay Monday
Anti-aireraft enns nn Vlamfm
Island will fire over Panama Bay
on iwonaay, July 8, using high
explosive shells as part of regu regular
lar regular training, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean announced tnrlav Firing in
this area is conducted periodic al-
Persons likely to be out on the
bay or flying1 in the vicinity of
Flamenco Island are warned that
the firing will extend a maxi maximum
mum maximum horizontal range of 16.6
miles from 143 degrees (between
south southeast and southeast) to
83 degrees (almost due east)
from the island. The maximum
altitude will be 60,500 feet. Firing
due east) from the island. The
maximum altitude will h an snn
t -- ..... w ,jrj
feet. Firing will last from 8 a.m.
io a p.m.
From Monday through Friday
July 6 throu3RJD, during the
hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., there
will be general weapons activity
including carbine firing at the
Fort Sherman Known Distance
Range. Maximum altitude Is 12, 12,-500
500 12,-500 feet and the maximum range
is 3500 yards.
EXCESSIVE OBEDIENCE
PARIS, 111. (UPI)-Frederick
Ross, 34, obeyed with an excess
of alacrity a patrolman's order
that he drive to the police station
for a check of his driving license.
The patrolman, roaring up behind
him at the station, wrote out four
tickets for speeding 60 miles an
hour; running through two stop
signs, and illegal parking.. Total
penalties, $80.
EXECUTIVE DUTIES
T.HNnnN f TTPT1 Mmk.. r
Parliament Reg Moss said yester-
aay ne win take up with rhe air
minister the complaint of a con-
atitnonr in the Dm.I k- r-
... tut. Hwjoi ."111 XU1V.C.
A cadet pilot wrote Moss that the
DAP 1.1. :
ja waoiuig ma engineering
and physics degrees. He's been
assigned, he said, to examine the
crass and null artv Ttra-lnnot
blades out of lawns.

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OKAY DOAK Another entry in the VTOL (vorticirt fa'ke--rr and land field has fust been
successfully flight tested. The Doak 16 known in'the Army as VZ-4DA VTOIr Was put

uirougn an pnasea oi yciulhi biiu iiurizuiuni nignt hi, uiwaius iyc-ixriK..ailL. i.wo ailCted Ian
propellers, connected by shafts to a single 840-h.p. turbine engine Behind the pilot, lift ihe craft
straight up, lower left. The pilot then swivels the fans', top, through 80 degrees and the Doolc
Aircraft Co. product goes into forward flight, lower rlfht, the same as a conventional airplane.

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Negro Boy Killed
In Electric Dryer;
Murder Discounted

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (UPI)
Police today discounted murder
in the death of a young Negro boy
whose charred, mangled body
was found tumbling in an electric
dryer at a self service laundry.
Homicide Inspector E. B. Meals
said Jeronie Anthony Brown, 7,
apparently clinibed into the dryer
and closed the door because he
wanted to ride in the drum.
Meals said a coin had stuo$
in the machine, permitting Jhe'
machine to be turned off and oh
merely by opening and closing
the door. He said housewives Bad
apparently been using the dryer
free for some tifne before the
gruesome incident
The boy's mother, Mrs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Gale Brown, charged her son
was the victim of a cruel prank
by other children. She said he
was mentally retarded, but "he
feared heat and fire, and would
not have crawled into the dryer."

Paraiso To Get
Classroom For
Handicapped Kids
Bids are now being solicited by
the Panama Canal Company for
the construction of a new class classroom
room classroom for handicapped children at
the Paraiso Elementary School.;

The bids will be opened July
in the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights.
The new room will be a con concrete
crete concrete addition, 45 by 27 feet in
size, attached to the main build building
ing building of the Paraiso Elementary
School.
Included in the specifications
are the installation of cupboards,
chalkboards, corkboards cabinets
for supplies, counters ana utili utilities.
ties. utilities. The new room should be com completed
pleted completed in approximately three
months.
TOO OLD George Burns has
been making the night club
tour lately by explaining, "I'm
too old to retire." There is talk
about him making a new TV
how this fall.

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Today's Opening
STOCKzi'PRICES

NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI)' -Stocks
carried their rise into fur further
ther further new record high territory at
a moderately active, opening t
day.

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Alleghany Corp
Aluminium Lira
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TWO FIRMS ACQUIRED
HOUSTON, Texas (UPI)-Assv
ciated Oil a Gas Co. has con.
tracted to. acquire Timberland ex ex-plorajon
plorajon ex-plorajon Co. and South-Tex Corp,
through art exchange of stock. As Associated
sociated Associated will exchange. 107,317
shares to Timberland and issu
162,500 shares for South-Tex, th
announcement said.

PRICE CHANGE MADE
NEW YORK (UPI) Revert
Copper -and Brass Inc. announced
it is making major revisions in
its extra charges for its copper
and brass rolling mill producti
that It said could bring "substan "substantial"
tial" "substantial" savings to its customers on
wide rolled strip and slight in increases
creases increases in narrower width groups.

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and Culture at the New York
exhibit.

Bubbling Russian Bigshot Talks Friendship,
Does Nothing To Ease Tension Over Berlin

WASHINGTON Julv 8 (UPI)
Soviet first deputy premier Frol
R Kozlov todav entered the last
UP of a Washington visit which
i nmrinred much geniality hut
in tne n,asi-vvei urau-
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' on Berlin.
Top American officials saia
the affable Russian's public dis display
play display of friendliness masks a
tough political position that of offers
fers offers no hope of any relaxation
of Russian Cold War pressures
any where along the Iron Cur-
-The. hnhhlinc Russian, they add
ed, wants to talk about peace but
obviously has no authority to do
anvthing to promote it.
the meaning ot Kozlnv's visit j
will be discussed later today when
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prepared by the Meteorological
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Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High
Low
86
75
8b
78
HUMIDITY:
High
Low
97
73
95
86
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otfanax. mph) NW 16
mklli (inches) 0
WATER TE7WP:
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Nixon. President

Vke President
to right) chat at the Soviet
Coliseum. The President flew in
President Eisenhower meets at
the White House with Secretary of
Stale Christian A. Herter defense
secretary Neil H. McElroy and
other top American officials.
Eisenhower told Koiloy at a
face-to-faee White House meet meeting
ing meeting yesterday that the United
States and its allies intend to
stay in Berlin despite Commu Communist
nist Communist threats.
American officials said
President also told Kozlov
that!
the presently recessed Foreign
Ministers meeting in Geneva had
not yet produced any results jus-
uivuik a minimum Minium in-
enre with Soviet Premier Nikita
S Khrushchev.
The President apparently got
his points across without offend
ing his guest during a 70-miniite j
meeting. Kozlov left the confer-1
ence saving hp had a "wonder
ful" conversation with the Presi
dent.
The Soviet official, an ebullient
representative of the Kremlin,
said they talked of many things
but "the cardinal question was a
question of peace and I hope
peace will prevail throughout the
world."
But there was no sign that Koz-
lnv vinlriprt nn nnintc in
... ru
luir aim uie coin war ap
narentlv was iust ahont where it
I had been.
i Putting in an especially busv
day, Kozlov had lunch on Capitol
Hill with members of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee and
topped it off as guest of honor at
a dinner given by Vice President
Richard M. Nixon in the Presi
dent's guest house
Th PrciHt oWti., w
his meeting with Kozlov, publicly
.... .v. '...v. i,, ..jiiiiu, mill C(
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spoMerl out the Western position
at his news conference. He said
the 1'nited States would stand
firmly behind its "basic" position
on the explosive Berlin and Ger German
man German unification problems.
Lightning Boll Hits
15 Ft. Gordon 61s
Standing in Puddles
AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI) -Fifteen
i Ft. Gordon soldiers, seven of
! them hospitalized, were treated
today for injuries ranging
from bad burns to a leg fracture
dealt by a bolt of lightning.
Pvt. Jerome Struttin of Free-
port, N. Y., knocked unconscious
by the bolt, was removed from
the critical list.
nttior Vinc-nit lrlin
be ng released a ntVrvals Thev'
weTe8 confined to tt bat hlS
(tal All 15 received first aid treat-
men) for injuring ranging from
burns to shock.
The bolt struck during a cloud cloudburst
burst cloudburst in an area where most of the
men were standing in pools of
rainwater yesterday. The light light-nine
nine light-nine ripped clothing and boots off
some of (hp men
The boM was the second ,'to in in-jurP
jurP in-jurP Ft. Cordon soldAers.
Lightning injured 20 soldieis last
.tune 23 in an MP bivoua'c area
of the military reservation.

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Eisenhower and Soviet First

exhibit or science iecnnoiogy
from Washington to visit the
At the same time, he said the
United States "certainly will at-1
tempt to promote and develop
some ideas that we hope will be
, fruitful" in solving East West
(problems within areas in which
I this country can be flexible.
But he disagreed with Soviet
'Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy-
ko's assertion earlier this week
that the Foreign Minister meet meeting
ing meeting rrrade some progress before
recessing until July 13. Eisenhow-

the'er said he couldn't quite see the

reason for Gromyko's conclusion.
All this Eisenhower reportly got
across to Kozlov during their talk.
It added tip to a general reaffirm reaffirm-mation
mation reaffirm-mation of the. West's cold war po position,
sition, position, especially its refusal to
bow to Soviet demands to get
out of Red-encircled Berlin.
The failure of Kozlov to offer
any new Soviet proposals for
breaking the Berlin deadlock
strengthened the belief of U. S.
officials that Russia, like the West
intends to leave the issue where
it is until the Foreign Ministers
resume their talks.
Kozlov talked of nothing but
"peace" in discussing his meet
ing with the President. Standing
in me wnne House lobby, his
voice booming through the room,
he clenched his fists and gestured
emphatically in calling for eood-
"e repeated nis remarns tor
...;n tt- .
tv
cameras.
As he left the lobby, and again
as ne entered his limousine, the
.Soviet official raised his right
hand high and shouted "dosvidan-
ya. (Goodbye.)
i.oziov, regarded by some as
the eventual successor to Khrush Khrushchev,
chev, Khrushchev, went to the White House
direct from an hour-long meeting
wim Herter at the State Depart
Mieiu. nener also sai in on rne
Herter also sat
UIl, I. II
"line II
louse talks.

Ben-Gurion May Resign
Anyway Although He Won

JERUSALEM, Israel (UPI)
Premier David Ben-Gurion
yesterday won parliamentary en endorsement
dorsement endorsement for his controversial
arms deal with West Germany,
but he nonetheless was expected
to hand in the resignation of his
four-party coalition government.
The vote for the arms plan was
57 to 45.
Ben-Gurion had warned that if
he did not get the backing of all
the coalition parties for the agree agreement
ment agreement to sell 250,000 grenade
aunchers to West Germany, Be
would quit.
Thp leftist Ahdut Avoda nd
MaPfm ParUes. two of the four
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Gunon's resignation appeared in inevitable
evitable inevitable because the leftist parties
had deliberately flouted his warn warning
ing warning as wll as instructions from
the cabinet.
It was expected, however, that
President Itzak Ren-Zvi would ask
Ben-Gurion to try and form a
new government since his Mapai
party holds the largest blocs of
seats in parliament although it
does not control a majority.
Ben-Gurion would remain as
caretaker premier while trying to
form a new cabinet, possibly an
other coalition, this time with
parties that supported him in the
parliament yesterday.
Should he fail, informed sources,
said Kinance Minister Levi Esh Esh-kol
kol Esh-kol of 'i the Mapai would succeed
him. In that event, Ben-Gurion
is expected to retire for a second
time to his home in the Negev
Desert.
In addition to his own partv and
the General Zionists, Ben-Gurion
was supported bv the progressive
party on the emotionally-loaded
arms deal.
Voting against the motion, in

Five USARCARIB
Officers Take Over
Hew Assignments
Five officers have recently as assumed
sumed assumed new duties with USARCA-
Col. Edward M. Blight, the
new Assistant Chief of Staff, g g-1,
1, g-1, comes from Headquarters, 5th
U.S. Army, Chicago, 111., and is
replacing Col. Walter J. Preston
Jr., who is returning to the Unit United
ed United States for retirement.
Col. Cecil H. Davidson, from
Headquarters, ist Logistics Com Command,
mand, Command, Fort Bragg, N.C., has be become
come become transportation officer, re
lieving Maj. Henry H. Konvicka,
the acting transportation officer:
The new director of IAGS, Col
Earl L. Icke, formerly with the
office of the Chief of Engineers,
U.S. Army, Washington, D.C., is
replacing Col. Ferdinand J. Tate,
whose new post will be with the
Office of the assistant Secretary
nf nefpnse ( Research and Engi

neering), Washington, D.C.
Col. Robert H. Rhine, assistant
(
clief of staff, G-2, succeeds col.
Alphonse A. Greene, who is going
to the United states for retire retirement.
ment. retirement. Rhine was previously as assigned
signed assigned to Headquarters, 6th U.S.
Army, the Presidio of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Calif.
Col. Alexander J. Sutherland
became USARCARIB inspector
general yesteray, replacing Col.
Hugh P. Osborne, who is depart departing
ing departing for reassignment to the 6th
Region, U.S. Army Air Defense
Command, Fort Baker, Calif.
Since his arrival in the Canal
none Jan. 3, Sutherland has serv
ed vs chief umpire for Exercise
Banyan Tree and as special as
sistant to the commanding gener general.
al. general. Prior to this assignment, he
was commanding officer of Fort
Guchanan, P.R.
Annulled Anullmenl
Tangles IAffaire
Bergman-Rosseilini
PARIS, July 2 (UPD-Roberto
Rossellini's Paris lawyer said to today
day today Rossellini was likely to win
permanent custody of his children
after a Rome appeals court deci decision
sion decision maintaining the validity of
his marriage to Ingrid Bergman.
The Rome court reversed an
earlier annulment of the Mexican
mrriage of the Swedish movie ac actress
tress actress and the Italian Mm produc producer.
er. producer. The Paris lawyer, Robert Bad Bad-inter,
inter, Bad-inter, said that in the eyes of Ital Italian
ian Italian justice Miss Bergman commit committed
ted committed bigamy by marrying Swedish
impresario Lars Schmidt, after the
annulment of her Mexican mar marriage.
riage. marriage. Badinter claimed the Rome ap appeals
peals appeals court decision gave Rossel Rossellini
lini Rossellini a powerful argument to obtain
custody of his three children with
Miss Bergman: Robertino 10, and
twin daughters Isabella and In Ingrid,
grid, Ingrid, 7.
NAVY ENDS CONTRACT,;
BEVERLY, Mass. fUPD-Mefal
Hydrides, Inc. announced the
Navy terminated June 25 its 9
million dollar contract to supply
sodium borohydride after about
one half the contracted amount
had been delivered.- The chemical
is a high energy fuel base.
addition to the Ahdut Avoda and
Mapam, where the opposition Her-
ut, the religious parties and the!
Communists whose motion of no no-confidence
confidence no-confidence in Ben-Gurion was re rejected
jected rejected by the Knesset Tuesday.
In the oebate that preceded the
vote on Ben-Gurion's own motion
for approval, the white-haired pre premier
mier premier accused the opposition of
"sabotaging" Israeli security.
Hp pointed ud thp threat from
the United Arab Republic which
he said now has nine submarines
and other Soviet-supplied military
equipment.
He implied the gale of weannns
to European countries, including
West Germany, was important be because
cause because of the equipment Israel
needed for defensive purposes.
"We cannot get weapons with
words or win security with slo slogans,"
gans," slogans," Ben-Gurion said. "We now
face a severe threat from (U.A.R.
President Gamal Abdel) Nasser
who has been liberally armed by
Russia."
Ben-Gurion said the only ques question
tion question hp asked himself was:"wh9t
is good for Israel?"
In a world divided into blocs
and political alignments. Israel
stands alone, be said, and added:
"we need friends. .but friendship
depends on trust."
Replying to opposition charges
that the sale of weapons to Ger
mans desecrated the memory of
the 6 million Jews killed by the
Nans, Ben-Gurion said:
We cannot restore the nix mil-
lion to life. But we can prevent
a recurrence not by demagogery
but by ensuring strength and se security
curity security for Israel
He noted that France, "this
country's best friend." wis
strengthening relations with West
Germany, 'even though French Frenchman
man Frenchman haven't forgotten what Ger Ger-mnn
mnn Ger-mnn have done to them."
"Although they don't love each
other,'" he added, "they need
each other."

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(NEA Telephoto)
'A REAL DOLL' Under a: shower of ticker tape and confetti,
Queen Elizabeth II and' Pritice Philip w.ave as they drive
through the streets of Toronto, Canada. Thousands of people'
shouted "she's a real doll" as the Queen rode past them.

Lady Baden-Powell

At Girl Scouts' Gatun Campsite

Next week Lady Baden-Powell,
widow of the founder of Scouting,
will plant a tree at a new camp
site at Gatun, a campsite destin
ed for the use of 1200 Canal Zone.
Girl Scouts enrolled in 68 troops,
Forty-savan years ago na
first Girt Scout troop in tha U U-nitad
nitad U-nitad States bagan with a mem membership
bership membership of nine.
Sir Robert Baden-Powell, who
organized the Boy Scouts in Eng England
land England in 1908, helped organize the
first group of Girl Guides there
in 1909.
Jrs. Juliette .Low met Lard. "Baden-Powell
in Scotland, observed
Girl Guide activities there, and
started the first Girl Scout troop
in the United States and Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, Georgia, in 1912.
The Girl Scouts of the USA
now numbers more than 2,300,000
members nd. belongs
uicii
World Association of Girl
and Girl Scouts.
On tha lithmus there ware at
first only a fw "lone" troops,
but Girl Scouting expanded in
1934 whan two troops were or organized
ganized organized on Army bases and
five in civilian communities.
In 1936. 65 eirls attended
"Camo Harriet Morrow," first
Girl Scout camp on the Isthmus.
In 1948 the Atlantic and Pacific
side Girl Scouts reorganized to
form a single Council.
Lady Baden-Powell's 1948 vis vis-It
It vis-It to tha Zona was memorabi
for all Isthmus Girl Scouts.
E. R. Kimmel. a Gamboa ama amateur
teur amateur radio operator and husband
of a Girl Scout leader, learned
from an Australian "ham", that
Lady Baden-Powell's ship would
transit the Canal. She was invit invited
ed invited to visit the Zone that day."
Disembarking at Balboa she at attended
tended attended a Panamanian-style lunch luncheon
eon luncheon at Girl Scout "Camp Harriet
Morrow" then in session at Fort
Kobbe, went to tea at the Brit British
ish British Embassy to talk with people
of Panama interested in estab establishing
lishing establishing Girl Guides, visited, at
the Canal Zone Governor's man mansion,
sion, mansion, attended a Girl Scout din dinner,
ner, dinner, and enjoyed a large and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic rally of all Girl Scout
troops at Balboa High School
Gymansium.
The following morning she
caught up with her ship at Gat Gatun.
un. Gatun. In tha years since her '.visit.
Girl Scout enrollment has
climbed steadily and special op opportunities
portunities opportunities for Girls Scouts
. have increased.
One vear Miss Mi'i Sigel was
sent, through the Juliette Low
fund, to "Our Chalet" meeting
place in Switzerland of the World
Association.
In 956 eight Senior Scouts at
tended Roundun in Michigan.
In 1957 Miss Carolyn Corn went

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LADY BADEN POWELL
to Juliette Low World Camp
in
Canada.
This year four Senior Scouts
are attending-Roundup in Colora Colorado
do Colorado July 3-lZ,;,H'?"
Intermediate Girl scouts have
been sent to various All States
Encampments in the United
States.
Opportunities for camping here
on the Isthmus have been varied
and numerous, both overnight
camping and day camps, but for
.itfjiV; years a permanent camp
his. been lacking.
The site at Gatun is now being
cleared and waterpipes are be
ing installed.
Plans are to complete shower
and toilet facilities, and provide
shelter for cooking, so that by
1960 all Canal Zone Girl Scouts
may pitch their tents in a camp
of their own.
Brigitte, Hubby
Plan To Resume
Upset Honeymoon
ST. TROPEZ, France (UPD (UPD-June
June (UPD-June Bride Brigitte Bardot and
film actor Jacques Charrier made
plans yesterday for resumption
of their honeymoon after he re recovers
covers recovers from an emergency ap appendectomy.
pendectomy. appendectomy. Charrier was reported resting
comfortably and in no danger
after his operation at the St.
Tropez "Oasis Clinic Tuesday.
Charrier is expected to be out
of the hospital and back at
Brigitte's yillr "La Madrague" in
a few days. The couole have
rented a medieval castle near
Nice where they plan to spend
the summer.
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Louisiana slong
Has Heart Mack

COVINGTON, La., Jffly" 2
laboring und6r the ttrairi of

stroke, suffered a "slirht heart failure" lt niht.

His medical staff, augmented by a heart specialiOt and

a newjfcjwatrist,- was-tteljr eoncernedrespedaHy be.
cause it is difficult to keep the? 63.year.6ltf governor from

exerting himself. .
','We are, concerned, bouthis condition," Dr. Victor
Leif announced after an oxygen tank had been wheeled into
Long's room. r fv
Long said yesterday his ltrange4 wifepianche had
been reported tryingjtoJiijl..maJlJtOvkUUiimiMc she
suspected he was cavorting aroundowith-isanethep' woman.
She denied it "categorically" and long later said he;
didn't put much stock in the report anyway.

He announced that he was going
to reopen his campaign for reelec
tion Saturday by making four
speeches and going to a beauty
contest.
He went out for. a drive, and a
"good old-fashioned country din dinner"
ner" dinner" actually lurch and return
ed to his "capitol" in a motel a a-bout
bout a-bout 6 p.m.
Long apparently suffered tha
heart attack later in the evening,
His heart has not recovered
completely frem an attack ha
suffered in 1950 while chasing a
pig near his "little pea patch"
farm in North Louisiana.
Long answered his wife's charge
that he threatened her life by say saying
ing saying he heard that 10 months ago
she tried to hire someone to kill
him. He claimed she was1 jealous.
Mrs. Long, in seclusion at Bat Baton
on Baton Rouge, had her attorney ''cat
egorically" deny the 63-year'-bia
governor s charge. Long later said
he doubted that the report he re
ceived was true,
She claimed in a counter sen
aration suit filed Tuesday that
Long threatent d her life last
month. She said she had witnesses.
In a 3 a.m. interview yesterday
Long said Mrs Long "tried'to
hire somebody to kill me 10
months ago." He said she "told
Ore Ship Crewmen
Nix Union Orders,
Shut Down Mining
NEW YORK, July 2 (UPI) A
strike of steel union crewmen
halted Great Lakes iron ore ship
ments to some of the nation's
largest steel mills today and shut
down a million-ton-a-week mining
operation despite union orders to
continue work during a two-week
contract extension.
Another 25,000 steelworkers were
threatened with lay-off in a. Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Coal and Wocn 6.; ITCI)
dispute witha small railroad u u-nion
nion u-nion which refused to accept the
two-week truce agreed to by the
United Steel workers of America
(USW). ... . .
Two Pennsylvania steel walkoiijs
were ended lasi night after delay delaying'
ing' delaying' the resumption of contract
talks here between four men teams
representing the union and the na
tion's 12 major steel producers..
Negotiators finally met for two
hours yesterday afternoon but
made no public report on .tUeir
talks.
Bargaining was scheduled to re resume
sume resume later today.
The ore shutdown was .caused
by the walkout of members of the
USW's local 5000, who man the
Great Lakes ore ships.
, t ...
The local's negotiating commit
tee was said to have refused una unanimously
nimously unanimously to accede to the truce
agreement.
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(UPI) Gov. Earl K. Long,
a nervous breakdown and a
him to uring along both a shot shotgun
gun shotgun and a pistol. Now what doea '.
that sound like to you?" He said
his wue iuspeted him of "mesa "mesa-ing
ing "mesa-ing around" with other women,
The overnb entranced from
his wit'e since she had him com-.
mitted to a nuntal hospital after
agreeing to hi? release from a'
Galveston, Tex psychiatric treat treatment
ment treatment center, granted the' Inter-
view at hi motel room here.
Long c. had; ."talked himself
breatheless on the telephone
to the extent that oxveen
was released in his room running
state business, conferring with his"
lawyers and Slate officials and
organising a forthcoming political :
campaign. s r, t
Long said he.. doubted that the'
report that .his wifa attempted tf
have nim killed was true.
Long explain d that Leo Coco:
an official of d bank at Moreau.
ville, La., brought him the report
that, his. wife had reproached
man nc masked )e man to kill
him.
He said Coco said he got the
information directly from the man
and Lonp named the man.
'Miss Blance (his wife) is
jealous of all women who work
for me," he said. "How can an '.
old man, like me -take care of.
three or "foui women let alone
one? I'm doing a bum job at
that.".
A reporter asked about reports
that the internal revenue service
had gone through the safety de
posii dox ot Mrs. ura Russei
Schley pretty Alexandria, La.
prnwic relation voroan, to sea5
whether she had any of his cam
paign tunas Hidden away.
"Mrs. Schley never had any of
my campaign money," ha said.
Long set up a temporary state
capitol here last Friday after
using his executive powers to get
out of a nearcy mental hospital.
At his 3 a-m. interview,' he taid
he is going to suf Dr. Arthur Long,
who was described as his cousin
and who helped Mrs. Long get hHn
into John Sealy Hospitafs psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric ward in Galveston May
30. Z
"That's right," he said. "Aipl
Fm gping .ta .sue, RusseU too).
Whatever.,! tola;, fheapsy in Texai
was under threat."
"Russell" is bis 40-year-old nep nephew,
hew, nephew, U. S. Sen. Russell Long
(D-La) Before the governor left
Texas for aNew-Orieasa hospital
Junef 16 3 he Jignefl. an agreement
not to hold anyone responsible for
taking him -to Texas'
The governor said nis 51-year-old
wife really doesn't want any
alimony, although when he retires
he will split his $234-a-month pe
sion with her.
"When she gets her part, she'll
still have more than Uncle Earl,"
he said. ,'
Long said he is going to Baton
Rouge, the state capital, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow or Saturday.
Long alsoisaid:
Sen. Long (son of the latt
Huey P, (Kingfish) Long, "is burn,
ing flp to be governor."
"So -isl.Blarche."
, He is goin" to call a special
session ot ; tb state legislature
Aug. 1 "to "take all the locks off
the doors'' of Louisiana's mental
hospitals '"
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