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The Superior Tribunal's rul ruling
ing ruling solved a legal conflict be between
tween between Herrera and District At Attorney
torney Attorney Dari0 Scmdoval who had
sought a treason indictment for
Roterto Arias 'and Other Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians Accused c)f organizing;
the invasion forte which land landed
ed landed on the Atlantic coast of Pan Panama
ama Panama on April 25.
Herrera -turned '40wri Sando Sandoval'
val' Sandoval' request, bin the latter irn irnInediately
Inediately irnInediately appealeci,the judge's
ruling to the Supericir Tribunal.
Althougti the tribunal vpheld
Herrera's- ruling; ft did notmen notmen,
uner sery tes w be held
et 10 cm. Wednesday at the Holy
Family Church in Margarita
for Mrs. Margaret Morris, who
died Sunday night at Coco Solo
Hospital. Mrs. Morris was the
wife of John 11;,,Morris, 'United
Fruit Company -manager in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. The funeral services will be
conducted by the Rev.' Michael
J. Wye. Burial at Mount Hope ce cemetery
metery cemetery will follow the church
Pallbearers for the funeral ser services
vices services will be Joseph Noonan, W.
Fritz Humphreys, Perry Fran Frantey,
tey, Frantey, Sam Puiller, Gilbert
Morland, Dr. Frank Raymnd, V.
T. Mains aril William Middlenas.
A Rosary service will be offer offered
ed offered this evening at .7 at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita church.,
In Polihcal feud
BG,NN Ger Many, June 23
(UM West Ger Man Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and Eco Economics
nomics Economics Minister Ludwig 'Erhard
met. privately for several hours
last night in an effort to patch
up their bitter quarrel, it was
The two men, wbo have work worked
ed worked hand in hand for the past
ten years ,to rebuild 13iermany,
then began ,feuding over Chris Christian
tian Christian Democratic party, leader leader.
. leader. ship, met with party par1W par1Wmentary
mentary par1Wmentary chairman Hein r c
Krone and Cologne banker Rob Robert
ert Robert Pferdinenge, cose friend
Krone and Pferdmenges were
understood to have told Ade Adenauer
nauer Adenauer that he should show in interest
terest interest ot party unity on the eve
of the presidential elettion.
The ruling Christian Denio Deniot,
t, Deniot, eratic party continued its strug.'
gle today to close the breach
between Erhard ariii Adenauer,
which haa threatened to split
, the party wide open; 'An at attempt
tempt attempt by the party',.; 40-man
executive yesterdal lel' flat.
Now' Hair This!
LONDON, June 23 (UPI)
Tradition Wrestled witli tempera temperature
ture temperature in Middlesex court today.
Sweating Magistrate O. S. MAc;-
, Leay removed his judge's wig and
allowed the'six lawyers and court
, clerk to follow suit
anal' 'craffrg tantm Sprf leads
Court Frees Cubans, Panamanians
Who Surrendered; 6 To Be Tried
The Second Superior Tribunal today ruled against a treason label for the charge
against the Panamanians who allegedly organized a Cubabased invasion of Panama
and ordered the release of some 89 Cubans and who surrendered unconditionally at
Nombre de Dios on May 1.
Five other Cubans and Panamanian stu-dent Jose Enrique Picans, who did not sun,
render and later engaged the National Guard in a brief encounter before they were cap.
tured near Mandinga several days later, were ordered to stand trial on a charge of at
tempting to oVerthrow the government.
The court also upheld Fifth Circuit Courth Judge Abelardo Herrera's order for the
release of American James N. Flynn and several Panamanians, including students lead leaders
ers leaders Bias Bloise Calderon and newsman Man uel Maria Valdes, who reportedly has been
refuged in the Canal Zone to avoid arrest.
tion Arias, who has been in the
Brazilian Embassy since April
19 awaiting a decision on a re request
quest request for his safeconduct to Bra Brazil.
zil. Brazil. It is believed that this is ber
cause he wat'not Mentioned i4
Sandoval's appeal to the Sut
The Cubans who surrendered
were placed under orders of the
Ministry of Foreign Relations for A
deportetion on the grounds that
they entered the country illegally.
Informed sources were of the,
opinion that this would take al
couple of days to handle the
legal formalities involved. Al Although,
though, Although, the deporting country
usually Aupplies, transportation
liaz.4e0Orteec AbtreNtxot trititek
torts thereAntty'brive beet some
agreement whereby Cuba would
provide the transportation for
The court's decision to free
those who surren dered was
Smuggled From UK
By Scolland Yard
LONDON, June 23 (UPI)
Klaus Fuchs, the man who gave
the West's atom bomb secrets
to the Rustians, was released
from prison today. Shortly aft afterwards,
erwards, afterwards, he left by plane for
Communist East Germany and
permanent residence behind the
Fuchs spent nine years in
Wakefield Prison for his crime.
He was released from Wake Wakefield
field Wakefield early today. Then, under a
heavy security blackout. he was
sped to London Airport by
Scotland Yard car and placed
aboard a Polish airliner bound
for East Berlin.
Scotland Yard used all the
stratagems at its command to
get Fuchs away from Wake Wakefield
field Wakefield and out of the country
with ss much secrecy as pos possible..
sible.. possible.. Home Office officials declined
to explain why the departure
was so ,hush-hush.
But the maneuver success successfully
fully successfully prevented reporters from
talking to the 48-veax-old nu nuvelear
velear nuvelear scientist before ne left
'Go Back To Work
Or tio Bargaining,'
Italy Tells Seamen
ROME (UPI) ---The Italian gov government
ernment government today bluntly warned
striking sailors that it would not
negotiate with them until they go
back to work.
It also threatened to requisition
More vessels in an effort to keep
Italian trade moving across the
Minister of Merchant Ma.
rine-Angelo Jorvolino told Pre Premier
mier Premier Antonito Segni that he would
not negotiate with the sailors un under
der under pressure.
Sailors and bank employes are
on Strike. The walkouts have par paralyzed
alyzed paralyzed the nation's sea commu communications.
nications. communications. and business has been
hampered by the lack of bank em.
ployes. Workers in other indus industries
tries industries threatenedvto join the walk walkout.
out. walkout. The first signs of violence in the
month-long trouble appeared to.
Some SOO Sft Hors hi Genoa
vlashed with police when they at attempted
tempted attempted to stop the transatlantic
liner Frederico C from leaving its
berth. Actually, the liner was just
switching to a new dock but Me
sailors evidently thnught it was
going to sea.
based on the provisions of leni leniency
ency leniency prescribed in the penal
code. Th's group includes six
8 pm Herter Tells
CHI And America
Of Geneva Coi lab
The Caribbean Forces radio
network Will broadcast US Sec Sectetary
tetary Sectetary of State Christian A.
Herter's report to the American
Ahti CientiNiatrif er"
eget' tinliatt.,44 rattio,-adsdress
be tarried' en,CFN begin,t
fling at 8 p.ra.
According to' Washington mes messages.
sages. messages. Herter will tell the Amer American
ican American pubnc that. the West still
is Willing to negotiate with Rus Russia
sia Russia on the German question,
but won't be -blackmailed. into
giving up its rights to remain
in West Berlin.
State Department sources said
the nationally televised speech
will find Herter striking a hope hopeful
ful hopeful but realistic stance in ,his
report on the Geneva foreign
He also likely will give his
views on the prospects for suc success
cess success when the conference re resumes
sumes resumes July 13 after a three threeweek
week threeweek "cooling off" recess.
Herter was prepared to tell
the nation that the West has
presented the Soviet with rea reasonable
sonable reasonable proposals for solving
the problems of a German peace
treaty and Western rights in
His speech will point out tl;at
Soviet refusal to accept the
Western proposals as a basis
for discussion brought negotia negotiations
tions negotiations to a halt after six weeks.
PAA Jet Airliner
Lands With Flat
LONDON. June 23 (UPI)
A Pan-American. Boeing 707 jet
liner with 119 passengers and
crew on a flight from New York
made a safe emergency landing
with a flat tire at London airport
A spokesman said the tire blew
out during the take-off from New
The plane carried full and
loadof 111 passengers and a crew
Potter To Speak
At Gamboa Meet
Gov. W. E. Potter meets in pu public
blic public session with officers of U.S.
citizen Civic Councils st Gamboa
tonight at 7:30.
Several items of general inte interest
rest interest will be on the governor's
Sy PRANK SLEAZES
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Most
everybody knows flying is safe,
except maybe off the coast of Ko Korea.
rea. Korea. And now they are trying to
work out something so we also
own count on survivhig the drive
to the airport.
Records of the National Safety
Council shows it's true what air airline
line airline pilots have been saying for
years. The riskiest part about Ey Eying
ing Eying is the driving, from home to
plane and vice versa.
With this in mind, a St. Louis
insurance firm currently is dis dispensing
pensing dispensing to air travelers here nu
"Lei the-ie'ople know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln
PANAMA, R, 26.. TUESDAY, RINE 23, 1959
SATELLITE OF VANGUARD mThis is the satellite case and instrument package of the Taw
guard rocket launched from Cape Cafiavetal, rla., yesterday.
Liik Ts Gt 'ffl-i4
At Hearing Friday
BATON ROUGE, La., June 23
(LTD Earl K. Long battled
a step further back toward the
Louisiana Governor's seat to today
day today by winning a public hear hearing
ing hearing Friday on whether he is
legally held as itisane
District, Judge Robert D. Jones
signed a writ, of habeas corpus
ordering the director of State
Hospitals to produce Long in
his court at Covington on the
morning ot 'June 26 for the
The 63-yeat-old Long, com committed
mitted committed to Southeastern State
Hospital as a schizophrenic
paranoid, will remain in cus custody
tody custody until he is brought into
But should Jones then rule
that he has been illegally com committed,
mitted, committed, Long will have the legal
power to grab the reins of gov government
ernment government including command of
the state police and National
Guard. Consensus is there will
be "hell to pay" if the irate
Long was reported by the hos hospital
pital hospital to be cooperating quietly
with some of the state's top
psychiatrists who were examin examining
ing examining him.
The allegations in the peti petition
tion petition for the habeas corpus writ
included one that he had been
given a hasty examination in a
"circus like atmosphere" in the
back seat of a police car with
a crowd pressing around and
two doctors talking to him for
only a few minutes.
It said state law requires that
full reasons and particulars be
given in writing why a patient
is ruled insane and that the
commitment papers on Long
stated only that he is in a "run
down condition" and "in, need
Meanwhile Louisiana's attor attorney
ney attorney general ruled yesterday that
Long is no longer chief execu executive,
tive, executive, but he left the door open
their longevity prospects on the
The firm has'parked its "SafeT-Coach"
at Washington National
Airport, primarily for the benefit
of the 300 drivers pf a local firm,
which it insures Ind which opee
ates cabs and limousines out of
the airport, but incidentally for
anybody passing through with
minutes to invest in saving a fend fender
er fender or maybe a life. )-.
ing is the driving, -from home to On boarding the bus you meet
plane and vice versa. first "the best safety device" yet
invonted. This, in a mirror, turns
With this in mind, a St. Louis out to be you. This flattery no
insurance fitm currently is dis- doubt is calculated to soften you
pensing to air travelers here nu- up for what is to come, the burden
merous hot tips lot improving of which it that the most lethal
for Long's return to power the
minute he is released from con confinement
finement confinement to a mental hospital.
Atty, Gen. Jack Gremillion
gave the formal opinion that Lt.
Uov. Lother Frazar, Long's
, iaithful subordinate, is now
head of the state government.
Gremillion's ruling said that
Frazar was now acting governor
of Louisiana "urral such time
as the inability of Governor
Long to act is removed." The at attorney
torney attorney general said it v, as Fra Frazar's
zar's Frazar's dul,y to carry out, the gov goveronr's
eronr's goveronr's work and the constitu constitutional
tional constitutional duty of inner state olii oliidais
dais oliidais t,o recognize him.
"It is funned' our opilliOn that
as of ,the date Uovernor Long
is released Irom conlinement
that his inability to act as gov governor
ernor governor for other cause is remov removed
ed removed and he would be reinstated
ipso facto by the nature of the
case, with all the prerrogatives
of that office."
There was the Question of
What would constitute "release
Gremillion ruled that the
commitment by District Judge
Fred S. Leblanc constituted suf sufficient
ficient sufficient cause to declare the in inability
ability inability of Governor Long to act,
Gremillion's ruling was im immediately
mediately immediately challenged by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Wade O. Martin
Jr an old foe who must attest
to the signature of the governor
on all executive documents.
Martin said flatly he still con conaidered
aidered conaidered Long governor until he,
himself, of some proper author authority
ity authority declares him incapable of
acting. Gremillion said there
Was no justification for a court
Martin produced photoestat
copies of the commitment pa papers,
pers, papers, which showed that the
reasons for commitment were
given only as "run down condi condition"
tion" condition" and 'in need of treat-,
weapon on the highway today also
can be you. 1
It depends on how you drive.
, Sealed beam headlights are
lihined Lit your eyes, after which
it takes three seconds to recover
vision enough to see a stop sign.
Next time, watch the edge of the
road instead of the oncoming
lights. This cuts your recovery
time in half. At 50 miles per hour,
that could save you to travel again
With the airlines.
In another test of your prospects
as a repeat customers at the air
ticket counter you put your foot
on tbe gas and your hand on the
wheel. You run up the apeedom apeedometc
etc apeedometc and watch for the light to
CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla
June 23 (UPI) -- A Vanguard sa satellite
tellite satellite designed to relay weallwr
information from orbit was des destroyed
troyed destroyed shortly after launching
yesterday because of a mechanic mechanical
al mechanical failure in the second stage of
the three-stage rocket.
The attempt was the tenth in
the hundred million dollar Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard project and the seventh to
Reliable sources said a compr?.s compr?.smon
mon compr?.smon regulator failed in the second'
stage of the rocket and the third
stage and its satellite cargo were
blown apart in the air.
The rocket blasted off at 4:16
p.m. The National Aeronautics
and Space Agency in Washington
announced 25 minutes later that
the second and third stages "ignited."
The new satellite, a 20 inch
moonlet, was represented the la latest
test latest of man's efforts to find out
how heat in the atmosphere causes
the earth's weather conditions.
To Marry Filmdom
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actres-dancer
and Sunset Strip restaurateur
Jack Denison, 46, were scheduled
to be married today at St. So Sophia's
phia's Sophia's Creek Orthodox Cathe Cathedral.
The Negro performer was di ditreed
treed ditreed in 1950 from Harold Nich Nicholas.
olas. Nicholas. She has a daughter, Caro Carolyn,
lyn, Carolyn, 15. Denison, who started his
leareer 25 years ago as a waiter
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in
New York, is ea Greek anestry.
turn red. When it does, you react
in 67-1.00ths of a second. The dial
shows.your car traveled 47 feet
while you got set to put on the
That was without the distrac distractions.
tions. distractions. Next time the instructor
sounds bells, horns, and sirens,
and flashes lights in various col
ors and places. This time when
the red light comes on, at a un unexpected
expected unexpected location, your reaction
is slower. You travel further be before
fore before hitting the brake.
"If you had been tailgating then.
and following an closer than ts
feet, you would have it him,"
comments Douglas Whetzel, safe safety
ty safety director for the transport firm
Tailgating is a a hackers' and
giXtleoatoi 74 rode ave.
'New 0 -ow
May Drop To IT
Rumors persisted today
the transit delays, but they
this afternoon. ;,'
Meifierhilerranat iontIN Gov.
William E. Potter emphatically de denied
nied denied charges that the mounting
traffic jam is a result of false econ economy,
omy, economy, lack of foresight or faulty
admintstartion of the world-famed
,..4-11$11WilaChittgglLetiILE, ha lua
additiond Crews,' higher effitiene
and the sbort-range improvement
program as marks of continued
growth and capacity in the Canal's
Potter admitted to a shortage of
at least 15 Canal pilots but insisted
every effort is being made to pro procure
cure procure them, and that eight new pi pilots
lots pilots have already been recruited.
Critics pointed out it will bo 12
months before new pilots would
bo functioning hero, since that is
the normal training period for
newly assigned pilots..
An authoritative Canal spokes spokesman
man spokesman today pointed out there have
been other traffic pile-ups at the
Canal, although never in peace peacetime
time peacetime history has it reached propor proport:ons
t:ons proport:ons of the past eight days.
Key factor in the jam has been
an eight-day influx of more than
42 super-carriers, more than doub doubling
ling doubling the average for the entire
month of May, the spokesman said.
Super-carriers present complicat complicatedecheduling
edecheduling complicatedecheduling problems since most'
are required to make one-way.,
daylight passage through Gaillard
Cut, and they cannot be passed in
As an examnie of the problem,
the 40,000-ton Ore Meridian, a 756-
foot ore carrier, transited a couple
of days ago. In addition to the re required
quired required single passage through Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard Cut, preventing any other
vessel's passage for 75 minutes,
the giant Meridian required 2
hours 37 minutes lockage time at
Gatun, compared to an average
lockage time there of 1 hour 20
Gatun Locks are held to be the
critical measure of Canal capaci capacity.
ty. capacity. It is there that ships pass
through the important. and most
time-ocnsuming, three-step lock lockage.
age. lockage. During the past eight days as
many as seven super-carriers have
been tallied among daily arrivals.
The Canal spokesman pointed
out that the present canal has a
rated capacity of 41 vessels dur
ing a 24 hour period. This figure
excludes transit of super-car.
Hers. For every supercarrier
scheduled as many as two "nor.
mal" transits would be lost from
the theoretkat maximum.
During the eight-day. traffic
buildup as many as 37 essels have
The To The Airport
truckers' term. In English, it
means snuffling the exhaust ipe
of the car in front, an offense
against which Whetzel said he is issues
sues issues regular warnings, apparently
with considerable effect. Be says
his transport firm, over a 14 year
period, has an unblemished re record
cord record for safety.
In other tests aboard the "SaleT-Coach"
your vision, hearing
depth reception, reaction time
and general judgement all are sub.
jected to question.
What constitutes a pa ssin g
grade in the course nobody said.
But if you conclude to park your
car next time and take a eau or
limousine to the airport, I wouldn't
be surprised if you got an A-plus
A Bahv Girl For
Slight improvement and it was indeed slight ---
the unprecedented Panamci Canal traffic jam was Seem
today as the total orrivals of ocean-going ships fell to 28:
The backlog of waiting vessels has mounted for eight
days, with the average running over 32 ships awaiting
transit. At one time during this period, 44 vessels of vari
ous types continued the sea queue.
The oae-dai abatement of arriving traffic, althragh
encouraging, is not enough to restore normal scheduling;
a Canal spokesman commented.
Tonight's holdovers are expected to be 19 ships, es
considerable improvement over yesterday's 27 and Stuir
day's high of 28 skips-riding anchor at each entrance- to
on shipping. line protests en
were still unconfirmed ettly
made the fransit but it has made
no dent in the backlog.
Canal authorities also poInt
the present eut-widgning project,
and-the allitlpate&knew thwitig.
"miles" as important factorsjp
k The cuttwidenhijrnootin 'IrOg;
4est along ythe Veltlank
pected ,to allow limited two,' 'way
mules will shave sometmhrlo2enetPehos:
passage, for one'super-carrierand
one smaller vessel, and the new
Fotif uleoadtcytkhf baoeegr weaaishdn aoeinotnhdni nelgirgnagwistiitiii me ee.t b e e
years before new style mules are
Although oceangoing fosses
aril averaging 24 hour waiting
periods before transit, costing
shipowners roughly MO for.oach,
waiting hour, there did nit yot
seem to bo any general flood of
complaints from. local shipping.
One agent with long experience,
on the shipping scene suggested an
ironic explanation for the lack of
So many cargo ships today are
operating at a loss there is often
little difference between a costly
wait at the Panama Canal inks
costly w,iit in port for cargo.
One cargo vessel recently passed
through the Canal from the Far
East en route to a Gulf port for a
bulk lead that would just about pay
for its long voyage made with
As partisans on both sides lash.
ed at each other, the clear fact re,
mained that for eight days the Big
Ditch has had a traffic jam the
proportions of which had not been
anticipated for at least 10 more
And today that jam was still..np.1
Edie Kovacc. More
r mars For Ernie
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Cigar.
smoking comedian Ernie KovaeS
had to pass out a few of hitvown
His actress-wife, Edie
gave birth to their first child, a
7pound, 7-ounce girl, Saturd
night at Ciclars of Lebanon Hos4
Mother and daughter were re,
ported doing well. No name hal
been chosen yet.
Lunch Hour Entr
Stomach feel a little Alija
at lunch today?
The food had nothing t0 dtt
with it, hydrographers st Balo
boa Heights advised.
Two distinct earth tremor,
close together, were recorded
at 12:15 p.m. and were glato
sifted as intensity lir oil tits
modified Mercall scale. Shockil
which result in damages art,
usually in the VII or Ins
tensities, the hydrographent
The shocks were felt all Gott :
the Pacific side, but wetA no
noticed on the Atlantic side4';
Many persons reported hearip
ing a rumbling round at,..,the
same time the tretnori were
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LOCAi It' Olt
PEN MON714 IN A DVANCII
.POR SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCI
:THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
The Mail Bon h an open forum for readers of The Panama American.
:Lefton are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the
eat day. Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited ta one page longt11.',
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
nil newspaper assumes 1.0 responsibility 'of stintninonti' 01
'expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
Propagandist "The Guiding Light" (Mail Box, June 18) sure
got his hand Lippea wnen his blast against tne Panama Line'
made print concuriently witn a reprim. of a New York news newspaper
paper newspaper editorial which, dribbling with bias. likewise advocated
tne abolition of the Line. Looks like the same avaricious and,
4.onopoly-seeking steamship companies of old are out to get in
some hot licks before tte era of give-away-to-big business comes
t, an end. Lord help the Canal employes if they should Win!
"The Guiding Light' must be quite riaive to use the old
cupidity approacn to hoodwink the Commy patrons and lure
tnem to his cause. Cornmy patrons remember the Great Ap Appeasement
peasement Appeasement Conference in San Francisco three 'years ago and
learned that the function of the present Commv ls to collect
taxes from the employes to pay the lion's share of running the
Canal Zone government.
Even if merchandise were landed here free there would be
?ID reduction in prices, merely a speed-up in tax eating projects
like new schools and Spanish-speaking training centers, more
teachers, air-conditionings, half million dollar consultant fees
and seven million dollar hospital-duplication programs tes care
or our dwindling employes.
Because the Governor perpetuated his tax collecting powers
by having successfully opposed in Congress all employe efforts
to Place a ceiling on Commy mark-ups, prices will remain just
Under ?pi-lama's level regardless of procurement costs, to obtain
the ma 4-0'ain tax possible without driving the taxpayers into
the weic,..aing arms of Panama's merchants.
So "The Guiding Light" is reviving the propaganda to
destroy the Panama Railroad to favor the trucking concern that
Is destroying the Trans-Isthmian 'Highway! Three years ago
Congress soundly slapped the ears of one Little Caesar that fell
for that line. Does he think all concerned haVe ost their me meMories
Mories meMories this soon? Frankly, "The uldikr Light's talent as a
propagandist stink. If I were one of his sponsors I'd demand
my money back.
I guess I'm probably a typical Army wife, and as such have
enjoyed the barbs directed at Pan Canal people in the Mailbox.
Vocally, I have even added some caustic comments of my own.
But last week, for the first time since I've been here, I sat
down and chatted with a long-time Zone wife whOse husband
bas been with the Canal company for MarlY.Sears. And I figur figured
ed figured out she doesn't have it so good atter' Mil In fact, she made
me mighty grateful that my husband does wear a uniform to
My admiration for this friend's lovely new ranch-style home
dwindled considerably when she told me the rent is more than
COO a month. That is unfurnished, and utilities are extra. The
electric bill is always more than $40 a month.
I, The sergsapd and glassed windows are wonderful tor letting
in the breezesjoutt- stte -salt ttley at!-44-410rain'sbitow in. A Apout
pout Apout this time -a ltoltIpt,wei bitewingrirttrrratfrelttitteced. then
a' figurine smashed to Ills ZINN..
My friend will.proloably live in her pretty house' until her
Ilusband retires. then, she said, an eviction notice will be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming promptly. And they will have to leave the Zone to find
It new home. After paying that awful rent for all three years.
they will have nothing to show for it.
My own quarters look a little shoddy by Comparison. But
they are looking better to me every day when I consider tilat
they are completely furnished, freshly-Painted and efficientiv
triaintained, and all for less than my PanCanal friend's rent
Her husband's income is larger than mine. but so are the
expenses. And by the time she pays the household bills, includ including
ing including the Balboa commissary prices arid medical bills. I doubt
that she has as much left as I do.
The gripers who are so quick to condemn in this colutnn
should learn a little more about the other side before they make
themselves look like idiots. They create bad feelings through
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis
sionarv Diocese of th. Panama
WHISTLE AS YOU WORK
"Therefore with joy shall ye
drew water out of the wells of
Do you whistle as you work?
nean in your daily job. not when
you air( pottering around the
house. The growing depersonali depersonalization
zation depersonalization nf our econimic life means
that human values are being
Few of us find joy or pleasure
' in our daily work. It is a chore to
done. INe do very little
:whistling on the job. This glum glummest;
mest; glummest; carries over into the rest of
'our life. Our atten7ts to have a
TAKE YOUR RECORD HOME WHILE
STILL PAYING FOR YOUR CLUB!
Central Ave. 7- Opposite La Merced Church
Tels. 2-2566 2-3364
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Poorer. Rut Richer.
good time become grim and
hectic. We need to recapture the
meaning of Christian joy for all
Here is where today's chapter
can help us. It finds pleasure in
the very place where we have
lost it. in the daily round of du duties.
ties. duties. Our test demands that when
Ihe Hebrewp draw water form
we,ls they do it with joy and
thanksgiving. All the water had
to be carried from the town well.
On a hot dusty day it could.
be hard work, but it was done
with a song.
But we have not seen the place
of God in work. As a result, its
meaning and therefore it3 joy
Remember Walt Disney's Sev Seven
en Seven Dwarfs whistling as they
worked. a modern example-of an
ancient human wisdom.
The Boot Pr,iced
records in town.
lands of music
12" Hi-Fi record
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' By VICTOR RIRSIL
NEW YORK During the icy
summit sessions behind virtually
sealed doors of New York's Rotel
Roosevelt Presidential suite,
spokesmen ler the steel industry
have told steel labor leaders in
cold, crisp, unmistakably, precise
words that the real issue m this
battle is labor's growing power.
Bluntly they said that the cri crisis
sis crisis whirls around more than wage
,increases. The fight is over in industry's
dustry's industry's right to say "no" to la la'
' la' bor somewhere, sometime. Tht
companies say this is the time
not only for actel but for most of
The steel industry position, as
expressed across the table to the
four spokesmen for the United
Steelworkers of America, was
and is that "there is no God
given or constitutional right
which says that a steelworker
must get a wage increase every
lest. on the anniversary of his
It can be reported on the high highest
est highest authority that the indus industry
try industry people expressed the view
that profits, prices and plant man
&gement are industry's busi business
ness business alone. The labor men were
told to run their union and per permit
mit permit the businessmen to run twir
This frank call for a showdwn
came during a meeting of the
eight men four from each side
who have closeted themselves
in secret sessions. But it can be
reported that the industry spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen relfect the attitude of
virtually the other company'
executives whom they brief re-'
gularly in suites in the Hotel
Biltmore a'cross the street and in
an East 42nd St. skYseraper
The industry's challenge to one
of the world's three or tour
most powerful unions was the
answer to a question from Steel
Union counsel Arthur Goldberg.
"What is your phitosophy?" he
asked the executives, headed by
the always cool R. Conrad Cooper,
executive vice president of U.S.
Steel Corp. "From what philoso philosophical
phical philosophical concepts do you bargain
with us?" Goldberg asked.
Reluctance on.the industry side
was as scarce as electric fans a among
mong among the Iskimos.
In effect, this is what Cop-er
said, slowly but quite assuredly:
Look, we believe that labor hats
gone too far. We believe the U,S.
is heading towards a laboristic
society. We believe that wages for
the moment are too high. We be believe
lieve believe it is our right for tile good
of the country to say "no." We
believe that labor has developed
such power that industr y' s
rights may be swept aside. It is
no longer ,a matter of wage4,
hours or working conditions, We
intend not to offer more then we
have, in one form or another be because
cause because we believe it is our right
not to do so if we think we have
given enough and that more will
hurt the industry and the coun country.
That was it. The talk turned to
matters all futile. Whether this
will lead to a strike the night
of June 30, the nation will
know within four or five days. We
won't have to wait for the dead deadline.
line. deadline. The union, in some fashion,
gives the companies notice it
plans to strike at least five days
in advance. It takes tbat much
time to cool off the fires in the
Last Monday night, Steel Union
leader Dave McDonald told
some 25 Senators during a, two twohour
hour twohour briefing in the Senate's fa family
mily family dining room that some u union
nion union officials already are talking
to some corporations about bank banking
ing banking the fires.
Some -of the Senators who
heard McDonald left with the
feeling that there would be a
long strike but not against all
companies. McDonald insinuated.
for example, that Inland Steel
The importance of a piece meal
strike which would keep mcial
pouring out of some mills is the
fact that President Eiseniumer
could not use the Taft-Bartley
Act immediately. Ile can't invoke
'the law's 80-day "ceollng off"
period unless there is an enier:
gency need for steel. If some stuff
rolls out, that emer gncy
might never cow.
So pickets may be potmding
the bricks around a crippled in industry
dustry industry for months. Such a show show.clown
.clown show.clown could take the U.S. out of
one era and into another more
better and more explosive.
In ancient Greek times
totle observed that, light trim.
tired in straight line. His
curicwity was stimulated When
he noted that ilte light that
came through a tiny hole in
the wail of a darkened room
cast on the opposite wall an
inverted image of the seen
outside. What he saw was
the phenomenon which makes
the modern camera possible.
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s tile be3tate seldom sees took the' Strauss.:appontassent. This ,'
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.. lett 'A;'-e,p';,4?4,, Thruston Morton of KentuCky,, do."
-4, ilinf ;,a,f,,,,,,,rd F
j.,7, :-y,,,41 ,, --- could get back to vote by commer "That's fair enough," Dirksen
cial plane. The others, Wallace irenlied. He urged, however, that
Bennett of Utah and Milton Young !''''' vote go over until the negt
of North Dakota, could notex- day.
cept by military jet. "No," replied Johnson "l''--c
' been yelling for a vofe. And we're
A call was made to the White
who going to vo'e tonight. I've been
House. Gen. Jerry Persons,
replaced Sherman Adams as as ascanetclunsgedthrs
canetclunsgedthrs ascanetclunsgedthrs ..
to eetleat ovnoete tofontimiat. wyeoeuk as anyd
sruiatohanttwopreAsildrenFtor, cweasietsasktedo flit;
,.,;-- rescue. Persons demurred. He said we'll
vour lait Senator, Milt Young, w;11
.,,, there were only two in the cowl cowl,A
,A cowl,A try. be here at 3:n0 a.m. We'll wait
for,. him and then vote."
eti. Tom Kuchel of California,
.NEA Srill. 'Cos 11
11 ( N
Unbeknownst to the others, Sen.
Norris Cotton of New Hampshire
walked into another office, picked
up the phone and called Admiral
"Do you want to be confirm confirm...
... confirm... . the Republican whip. came over
to the desk of Sen. Clint Ander Anderson
son Anderson of New Mexice who had been
master-minding Democratic etre.
PANAMA AMZRICAN AN INDEPINNENT DArLy tirwsmnt
ail, roil ;
NEA Serfica, lac.
I sure do wish I had known Dr.
Donald M. Brown, the well-known
botanist, who 'heads the biology
department of the Medical Evan Evangelists,
gelists, Evangelists, a Seventh Day Adventists
college near Los Angeles, was
going off to Kenya to study the
trade secrets of witch doctors.
What Dr. Brown waMs to discov discover
er discover is what drugs the witch doc doctors
tors doctors use to treat everything from
veneral disease to snakebite.
"There is no doubt some hocu hocupocus
pocus hocupocus is connected with many of
these cures," Dr. Brown is quot quoted
ed quoted as saying. "Still, there may
very well be some plants that
are used by the natives because
they do help certain disorders
by the chemicals they contain."
Dr. Brown cotild have saved
himself a lot of time and money
just by coming to see me, be because
cause because I am a graduate psychia psychiatristI
tristI psychiatristI mean witch doctor in
my own right, and can offer competent-
witnesses to- prove,it. but
since be's- aireadron' his WM
and intends to travel Africa bY
trailer with his wife, I will just
direct him to a man I know nam named
ed named Katunga, so Dr. Brown will
have no trouble finding him, for
Katunga fa a man of strong stand standing
ing standing in Machakos.
I do. not know how old Katun Katunga
ga Katunga is, maybe 100, but he' is as
mad as a snake, and occasional occasionally
ly occasionally bays like a hound when the
moon is full. But he is the best
skinner in the world, and is al almost
most almost twice as ugly as anybody I
ever knew. And he is a wizard
with the drugs.
Walter Winchell In
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Dorothy Dandridge and James
Dennison wed June 22nd in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood and then fl here for the
honeymoon. .Erich Maria Re Remarque,
marque, Remarque, the author, gave Paulet Paulette
te Paulette Goddard a big scare in a mid midtown
town midtown cafe when he almost keeled
over. He is reported a lot better
at his home. .Greta Thyssen's
set think she will wed Ron S;.arr,
youthful Broadway actor (now in
H'wood), in 3 weeks. British
society says Princess Mag's most
attentive friend is Dominic Eli it,
son of the Earl of Mint. But that
she won't wed anyone until she is
finished flinging. .The Duke ol
Bedford is said to be so indis indiscreet
creet indiscreet that U.S. newsmen in Lon London
don London expect atomics from his
beautiful duchess., Edith Plat
and Bob Travers kisseovered
each other at the Metrpole jazz
spot despite the lack of shmaltzy
fiddles. .Blues star Dinah Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's latest love is mending
from a facial slashing when the
girl he discarded for her blew up
20 stitches.. itich Wall Streeter
George Kearns (has a seat on the
Stock Exchange) weds "First im impresions"
presions" impresions" dancer Joanne Castel
on the 24th.
Mona Knox cancelled things
with her psychoanalyst beau.
The same medico who gave Kim
Novak her intellectual kicks.
Kim's greeter When her plant!
landed was director Richard
leged swain were asked. Dick
Cowell, now being divorced in Ve Vegas
gas Vegas by society's Gail Whitney,
shrugs it off by dining at the Voi Voisin
sin Voisin with Barbara Condos, recently
patted from Martha Raye's mgr...
Margie Johnson, the recent di divorcee,
vorcee, divorcee, has her next picked met.
He is J. Patterson Williams, a
midwest mint. Carmen Mac MacRae's
Rae's MacRae's overseas calls come from
Michael Gaudrey, a musician in
Paris. Rluesinger Ray Charles
has been cleared of paternity
charges in Atlanta. .Cab Callo Calloway's
way's Calloway's niece Carol and Weat Point Pointer
er Pointer Raymond C. Bough revealed
wedding plans at Bon Soil ..Copa
star Andy Williams, Who j.ist
opened there, already has two of
the chorines at war over him.
Ethel Barrymore's son. Sammy
Bewitched, But Cured
B; BOB HARK
For years before penicillin
came from Dr. Alexander Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, Katunga was renowned for
his speedy cure for gonorrhea, a
disease which heavily afflicts the
casually polygamous natives in
East Africa. Katunga, if he could
write, might have saved even Dr.
Fleming a lot of trouble. Kattin Kattinga's
ga's Kattinga's cure ,was just plain old mold,
accompanied by curses, year3 be before
fore before penicillin came on the scene.
Katunga knows about things ta
prevent childbirth, or to.prcvest
hemorrhaging at the time of par parturition
turition parturition of an infant. What he
calls it in his native Wakamba,
I can't imagine, but here we call
grows on grain. Katunga and
it ergot. It is a fungus which
all the witch doctors in the Ma Masai
sai Masai country have known about
this strange little fungus for hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of years.
Snake bite unless a mamba
or a big cobra smacks you in the
face is reasonably simple. you
take' a live. chicken and split it
and hold it over the bite,' after
cutting twice across the bite, and
the warmth of the still living
chicken will generally draw out
the poison. We do it a little bet better
ter better on safari with a suction cup,
but the principle's the same.
The basic theory of witch-doctoring
is not the actual remedy
so much as autosuggestion induc induced
ed induced by ceremony. In place of a
couch, we generally use an arch
made of banana fronds and su sugar
gar sugar cane. You make the patient
crawl through the arch seven
times, repeating the same thing
Colt, has gone daffy over a pretty
Swede. Mario Lanza assures the
rift spreaders that they are wrong
again. Linda Cristal, Argentina's
gift to Hollywood, is why William
Campbell wears that Big Grin....
France Nuyen, star of "Suzie
Wong," takes 8th Avenue for her
stroll home after the show to
avoid the gapers on Broadway.
Billboard's latest list of Top Ten
recording stars has only one na name
me name that reads familiar, Bobby
Darin. JR len Yowell, teevee ac actrees,
trees, actrees, is gretting her freedom in
Vegas. She will next wed an
Austrian writer .Linda Christian
tells pals she now has security.
Owns an entire Mexican town.
This is what comes from reading
magazine articles hurriedly.
Newsweek complained about the
many fund raising groups arKi
those that spend too much for ex expenses,
penses, expenses, but singled out the Runyon
Cancer Fund as the one group
that does not deduct a penny for
anything. For which, many thanks
Scott Brady of "Destry" get5
his name in the colyms dating
this-and-that doll. But Anne Ban Bancroft
croft Bancroft of "Seesaw" is the one that
keeps him puzzled Sirat, the
Siamese beaut -in "Suzie Wong."
weds N.Y. Univ. medical student
Arnold Golden at Suffern (N.Y.)
today. .Comic Comic Don Rick Rickles
les Rickles ("The Insultin' Sultan") had
the Sahara (Vegas) Louge celebs
hysterical with his astonishing
barbs at the newlywedded Mickey
Ronneys. seated ringside,
Cary Grant's latest dinner-date in
H'wood id Midge Foley, a writer
.Eleanor Roosevelt has accept accepted
ed accepted the post of National Chariman
for Gregg sherwood Dodge's plan planned
ned planned "Giristown, USA". .Don't
invite Milton Berle and Eddie
Fisher to the same party. The re result
sult result of a gag Berle pulled about
Liz at a stag affair. .Whitney
(Yankees) Ford now blows the
smoke rings from that Tway
Dolores Gray, star of "Des "Destry,"
try," "Destry," is shopping for a town
house. May purchase the one own owned
ed owned by perfume tycoon Sherman
Billingsley. .The cab drivers are
more depressed than ever,--con
vinced the taxi tax ta sure to go
seven times, and by the seventh
time he is apt to believe it him himself.
self. himself. Then there is the ceremonial
slaughtering of the black rooster,
or the sheep, or the goat, and
some very bitter native medicine
which I will not attempt to de describe
scribe describe here, for fear of infringing
on the American Mecial Assn.
But it tastes so nasty that it Just
has to be good for you.
It is practical also, in the best
old English tradition of the leech,
to nick the patient on the arm
and let him bleed a little to re reduce
duce reduce the hot humours in his
blood. The whole thing is really
very effective, because it Arens Arensfers
fers Arensfers evil spirits to the sheep or
goat, and afterward you can al always
ways always eat the sheep or the goat.
There are some things too sa sacred
cred sacred for me to reveal, but I must
say that causing a patient to
jump through a fire seven times
generally purifies a man, and al also
so also keeps off mosquitoes. There
are certain things you do with elephant-tail
hairs, rhino h o r ns,
and goat hooves whkh might get
me sued up in the High John the
But the basic thing is the beer.
No real ethical medicine man can
do any good for you unless you
bring him many calabashes of
the local beer, which ferments in
the stomach after drinking, and
induces a sort of trance that lasts
for days. If the patient shares in
the beverage, he almost never
sets up a howl when presented
with a bill calling for five fat fattailed
tailed fattailed sheep and a gang of goats.
through. .Temptus Fugits Dept:
Ethel Merman's lovely daughter
dancing with her beau at Jill
Koh Imar's 16th birthday party at
the Stork. ,Dr. Luis Varolt, Consul-General
of Cuba, and looker
Louise Santry had the Chateau ChateauMadrid
Madrid ChateauMadrid aficionadoes drooling.
Faith Domergue arrives from
H'wood on the 18th for 10 days.
Then to Yurrop where intimates
expect her to reconcile with bet
husband.. Marjorie Mitchell, a
youngster from Charlottesville,
Va., is the toast of foreign music
oracles. They call her "America's
female Van Cliburn". .Carol
Morris, ex-"Miss America," ap
pears in "Born To Be Loved' as
as a plain, bespectated dress dressmaker.
maker. dressmaker. Tommy Dorsey, jr. and Susan
Conway, a thrush from the coast,
made their own music snuggling
in a secluded corner of the African
Room. John Ireland's current
eyeful is Chris White. ."Porgy
and Bess," the next Sam Goldwun
epic, has put on sic extra ticket ticketsellers,
sellers, ticketsellers, so huge is the demand.
It's a Boy for the Joe Sayes, The
pater is the blind Scot jazz pianist
...Teresa Brewer is unhappy cAer
the billing for her summer 'EV
stir. They promised it would be
n ed for her but Tony Bennett
gets the billing. Why not name it
"'LB." and satisfy both?
Sonja Henie's ,new ski jacket is
made of white mink. ;For dining
at Ruby Foo's with the Maharahah
of Baroda, aetress Madeline Petit
got a diamond bracelet for desert.
Shelley Winters and husband An
thony Franc ion, in the rear row
of I nines Square movie Thurs.
day night, cooed and purred like
they just met. .',.Sammy Davis,
jr's most serious amour, they Say
la Irene Williams, lovely dghtr o!
composer Clarence Williams...
The local show-gal eyeful will
gather at Chicki James' cazy
pace on 56th tonight to help ce celebrate
lebrate celebrate her birthday. The
"John Paul Jones" party at Er.
Prince Ribs WAS jammed mill
the Sa Me belles. ..Iseph
ick, who gave up his parnership
in the famed law firm of Su:.
livan and Cromwell to enter the
priesthood, was ordained in
Washington over the weekend.
WASHINGTON --- Dranta''such
-a Lite nenate seldom sees took
.1ice behind the -scenes. when the
morld's No. J. deliberative- bod
-zany refused- confirmatioll Of a
Cabinet member of, ro ne-ot the
.,ew times in history. Seldom does
tre public get any sesse- of this
drama. They see the Senators de debate
bate debate on the floor...TheY fad the
tenseness the voting. But-,not
even the press is ,perraitted in
Senate cloakrooms. However. here
is what happened backstage as
the Senate voted on Lews L.
Strauss as Secretary of Com Commerce.
Republican leaders were 'lid 'liddling
dling 'liddling with GOP leader Sen. Ev Everett
erett Everett Dirksen of One of them,
Thruston Morton of KentuCky.
could get back to vote by commer
cial plane. The others, Wallace
Bennett of Utah and Milton Young
of North Dakota, could notex notexcept
cept notexcept by military Jet.
A call was made to the White
House. Gen. Jerry Persons, who
replaced Sherman Adams as as assistant
sistant assistant president, was asked to
rush two Air Force jets to the
rescue. Persons demurred. He said
there were only two in the coun country.
try. country. Unbeknownst to the others, Sen.
Norris Cotton of New Hampshire
walked into another office, picked
up the phone and called Admiral
"Do you want to be confirm confirmed?"
ed?" confirmed?" he asked. "If so, you'd bet better
ter better call the White House and put
the heat on them for two jets."
Strauss did. The two jets, one
a tanker, the other a Jet trainer,
broueht Bennett and Young to
Washingtonat le taxpayers'
As early as June 12, Sen. Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson had asked for una unanimous
nimous unanimous consent for a Senate vote.
He kept repeating the request. On
one occasion, Sen. Wayne Morse,
said he wanted to speak at length.
Finally. Johnson called Morse
aside. "Let's let the Republicans
do the objecting," he advised.
"They aren't ready for a vote:
and they want to put the excuse
"All right," replied Morse. "I'll
stay off the floor, or stay CM
the floor, or do whatever you
Johnson then asked unanimous
consent to vote after eight hours
of debate, divided equally. Re Reoublicans
oublicans Reoublicans looked hopefully at Morse
but he made objectiou. Rt;;;tct.
antly GOP leader Dirksei roiet
"I am afraid I must object," he
It was after this that Republic Republicans
ans Republicans frantically called the White
House to get jet planes to bring
in their absent Senators.
During the night debate ivhith
followed, Vice President Nixon was
huddling backstage trying to
thartef. some vo4es. Presiding
over the Senati in his olace was
Sen. Bob Bartlett. Alaska Demo Democrat.
crat. Democrat. Suddenly Nixon instructed
Sen. Andy SchoeDoel. Kansas Re Re"ublican.
"ublican. Re"ublican. to order Bartlett out of
tho chair and fait,. ovcr himself.
What Nixon feared was a mo
Mrs. Max Loew's divorcee set settlement
tlement settlement includea one free dinner a
week at her ex's Viennese Lantren
e-fe. .Dodi Lynn, fie exotic look.
er at the Latin Quarter. sourna
all staae-door Johns for Don 7..e.
ma, a dancer in rhe how. Mrs.
Clara Lindv benueathed $5,000 to
the Runyon fund.
A MPENAN, Lombok Island
(UPI) Tbe Indonesian news a agency
gency agency Pis said yesterday a 45-
year-old messenger in the Ioeal
Yovernment office on this east In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian isl-nd boo been mitrried
114 times. The agency said the
messenger, not identified "usuP1-
divoreed his wives after only
two or three months." It said he
hsd "only" eight children from
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El De Detheft,
theft, Detheft, rategy
cklor. footcklor. rou?s
tion,by Senator Johnson to table
the Strauss.:appoAn wont. ?his
could, not, be debated., It iced&
mean, an immediate 1, vote wag;
ttree ZOP Senators absent., SO
NiXOO wanted. e Jlepubliren pros
siding over- thesSenate,, tot a Des
MOCrat whq might rule 'favorably
- -JOHNSON GIVES A VOTE
John-89n, however, had n;
intention of calling for a vote te
table the Strabss nomination., Prkb
vat-ly he told Dirksen:
"I'm not going to rule -out a
motion to table,' he said, "bat
I'll give you my word that yoill
ret plenty of advance notice if I
"That's fair enough," Dirksen
renlied. He urged, however, that
vote go over until tte next
"No," replied Johnson
been yelling for a vofe. And we're
going to vo'e tonight. I've been
accused of liarasting and perse persecuting
cuting persecuting this man. I'velieen trying
to Pet a vote for a week and
we'll get one tonittht. You sav
your last Senator, Milt Young, will
be hPre at 3:lin a.m. We'll wait
for him and then vote."
Sen. Tom Kuchttl of California,
the Republican whip, came over
to the desk of Sen. Clint Ander Anderson
son Anderson of New Mexico who had been
master-minding Democratic otra otratetly.
tetly. otratetly. "How do you see it?" he
"As I see it," replied Anderson,
"Lyndon Johnson has nut you in
one heck of a box. Here is the
great liberal, Senator Javits of
New York, who crusaded against
filibusters, now filibustering. Here
is Goldwater filibustering. If you
Republicans want to filibuster for
two or three days you've set a
pattern for us and we can conti continue.
nue. continue. If you don't want to vote
nom on your man, we can
hold up the vote indefinitely?'
Actually, Driksen knew the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans didn't have the vote
even with all three obsentees. pre,
sent. He was stalling for time,
The Johnson forces thought they
had the votes, but weren't quite
sure. Inside a room just off the
Senate. Harry Byrd of Virginia,
Jim Eastland of Mississippi, an'
Bob Xerr of Oklahoma, all De Democrats
mocrats Democrats were sitting over their
bourbon, masterminding strategy
for the Strauss Repubhcons.
A senate functionary. who had
been with them finally brought
out the word: "They've only got
48 votes, and they're counting on
Muskie (Maine) and WilliamI
Thel Johnson forces,. Itnew ,these
NY bemodratic Senator hag 'beat
wavering but had finally made up
their minds 'to vote against
Strauss. That made 46 votes for
Strauss, even after Young of
North Dakota approached Dirksen
and offered to give the Repub7
Beans one pro-4trauss Democralle
votes. That eas why Mansfield of
Montana, who was present, pair paired
ed paired with the absent Young.
The vote was called. Nixon woe
in the chair ready to break a tie.
But there was no tie. It came
out as anti-Strauss forces expected-49
,to 48 against him.
Sen. Barry Goldwater woo livid
with rage. Jumping to his feet
he aPProached Sen. George Smath
ers of Florida, Democrat, who
had voted against Strauss. With,
out saying a word Goldwater
rushed Smaters his fists out.
Smothers. who is lean and athle athletic.
tic. athletic. turned the Arizona Senator
aside with his shoulder as a foot football
ball football runner turns off a tacklor.
"What's tho matter with you?"
he asked. "Do you want to step
Senator Goldwater apparently
had expected Smothers to vote
for Strauss, and was so wrouttht
lin he lost control of himself. He
turned and left the Senate floor.
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WASHMOTON. -June 23
(UPD--11'he Ho Use headed into
a new fight today' bver the same
states' rights bill It 'Ditesed last
year but which died in the Senv-'
ate by a single vote.
bM was expected to Win House
aPProval again -after two or
three days of debate. But op opponents
ponents opponents promised a tough bat battle
tle battle ever step of the way. in including
cluding including trying to persuade th,e
House not to take it U0 at all.
sit pewit 1st mum aqx,
keeping federal 'legislation
from nunifying 'state laws on
'the same 'sublects.
Last year the House. in ti Man
at certain Supreme Court deci decisMns.
sMns. decisMns. passed the -hill 241-155.
But the Senate recommitted a
slightly modified ,,version, bv-a
41-40 vote tirree days before the
Police Mold negro
'CIIICAGOrtine, 23; (UPI) --
Pblice held -a' 36-year-old Negro
today accused, of beating, kick
trig, lmifing tnd raping a mith
dle-aged Woman. realtor. ,'
They said two patrolmen sett setted.
ed. setted. James Collins, partly un un01051100
01051100 un01051100 bA-,tried to flee Set SettirdaY,
tirdaY, SettirdaY, TroW
building where the woman lav
nude' and nimiled.
The victim was reported in
ierious condition at county hos hospital,
pital, hospital, where she was moved aft afttreatm,ent
treatm,ent afttreatm,ent at. Michael Reese
ntspital '1 '6 iKIktilfe
ruises and It tibsSible ski111
The women,' a widow, told po police
lice police she drove to a South Side
address seeking a real estate
agent and, not finding him,
asked a paiseity, to inaulte
a tavern about the agene ."
She said Collins offered to
take her to the agent. then
pulled a knife on her and forc forced
ed forced her to accompany him into
the vacant building.
Patrolmen, Tracy 'Williams and
Marvin Berger, invetiglitingthe
Woman's auto left in front of
the building with its lights on.
heard her screams and seized
They said 'Collins had served
arprison sentence for rape and
had a record of arrests for as assault
sault assault rand burglary. -
In US Lessenin'g
NEW ,23 .(111)1Y--
Business -failures doss. the na nation
tion nation fot ,thd week ended 3une
18 totatedr,726WcoMpared 'With
295 a week Aastiltnd 290in the
same 1 week last yeat, Dun, 8a
Bradstreet,,,Dit. leportad today.
Instiverfela with tabilities of
$5000 or more amounted to 226
compared, With 254 a Wdek aso
and 461 last'aear.
Bankruptcies itv Canada dr0P dr0Pped
ped dr0Pped to, 21 Irony 32 -the prior week
and compared with 27 in the
, 1958 week.
HO:iiti:DiOsin-With.:-NOFray On Once-Paiii
- -- ,. ,,,,.,, .. ;:.,, ,.
Staieas1 Rights )3ill; kpproval Anticipated
Me new bill's:in controver controversial
sial controversial leatureb only,741words long,
says courts shall not hold that
federal-, Jaws exclude state laws
in- the safe field unless Con Congress,
gress, Congress, specifirally says so or un unless
less unless there is an irreconcillable
conflict with the federal legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. o$
, It would -apply to' pll laws.
present, ind -future.
Rep'. John 'V. Lindsay (It (ItN.Y.)
N.Y.) (ItN.Y.) protested that more time
was,allotted, for debate "on a
bill no one understands" than
on the forelpi al4 bill.
,The Justite. Depaitment OD ODposes
poses ODposes the 'measure as "danger.,
ous'' legislation which would
cause confusion and might sub subordinate
ordinate subordinate federal laws' to state
ktatt4es.. But hackers contend
that it 'XatrelY-1':reiffirms the
ittent,Pf the' Constittition..
The bill has produced splits
in both parties, with southern
Democrats stipporting it and
northern Democrat Jighting it
The,liouse 00P tolre'commit tolre'committee
tee tolre'committee endorsed it'last' week de despite
spite despite administration oblections,
The 00P split caused ReP.
Emanuel Celler 03,-N.Y.) to re recheck
check recheck the Justice Department
, SHANNON. Ireland. June 23
(UPIlA lour-engined American
cargo ViA110, Ward 4311to,,jlanies
as it prepared to take off for
New York today.
All eight persons aboard es escaped
caped escaped unhurt through anemer anemergency
gency anemergency exit..
Six dogs in kennels aboard
the EartrAMericAnIDC43 plane
Wereo traPPed luirued to
The plane, under charter. was
en route from Frankfurt, Ger Germany.
many. Germany. to New York. It stormed
at Shannon to refuel. The fire
flared as the plane waited at
the" 'end of, the runway for
clearance tO take' Off.
Pilot Capt. ft. Ituem,' of Doy DoytanniUotts,
tanniUotts, DoytanniUotts, pp3s 'ea 'utaolsat
was OK as we prepared for
takeoff but suddenly the No. 4
engine took fire and it instant instantly
ly instantly spread."
"We were down that emer emergency
gency emergency chute in 30 seconds," he
A Shannon fire engine fight fighting
ing fighting the blaze aboard the plane
alp caught fire and was burn burn.
Drama Group Will
Hear Fred Berest
Me US0-31VB drama class
will meet this evening at the
Armed Forces Service Center in
k. Fred Berea.. will speak to the
group On various phaaes of dra drama
ma drama and the stage. All members
are urged toattent.
KIKNG ii4 LtiXEMBOURG
LUXEMBOURG (UPI) King
Baudouin of the Belgians Tuesday
began za three-day,state visit to
this tiny grand duebyi It Vat S his
second-qstater visit,in,,os many
motiths; Lasttmonth te toured the
Major Steel Strike
Looms A's 1,800 Go
Home In Pi burgh
TEE PANAMA ammuciut AN DiDEPENDENT DAME NEWSPAPER
- hen La- tin American Schools
Announ' ce 6 Honor Students
and the Budget Bureau. Celler;
a leading foe of the billy. said
he received permission to4tate
that both are "still opposed."
Celler said the bill would'be a
"stab in the back" to federai
civil rights and labor legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. The bill, sponsored by Hen.
Howard W. Smith (D-Va.). also
contains a provision to counter counteract
act counteract a Supreme Court ruling that
states cannot prosecute sedition
against the federal government.
This provision says specificallv
that states can -proceed under
their own anti-subersive laws.
A wildcat strike at the...Tones
& Laughlin Steel Corporation's
big South Side plant closed the
open hearth department Mon Monday
day Monday and. threatened to idle the
entire 12,000-man work force.,
The 1,8000 open bearth work workers,
ers, workers, mempers of United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers Local 1272home local
of USW President David .1. Mc McDonaldwalked
Donaldwalked McDonaldwalked off the lop on
the midnight shift in a dispute
over incentive pay and set un
picket lines at,tbe plant'f,,three
They' permitted employes of
other departments to enter the
plant, but works' manager Wal Walter
ter Walter Lewis said it was "only a
matter of time" until the en entire
tire entire works would be shut down.
Closing of the open, hearth
department halted the produc production
tion production of ingots.
A company spokesman said
other department would con continue
tinue continue to operate while they had
steel to work with. but that
"there is not much steel stock stockpiled
piled stockpiled at a mill."
No furnaces were beinv bank banked,
ed, banked, but the company began cut cutting
ting cutting back production at its
Hazelwood plant, just across the
Monongalela River from ths
South Side wOrks, by "fanning"
the furnaces -which supply r the
molton iron for the open'hearts
Fanning means the minimum of
"You can Only store no much
molton iron," a spokesman ex explained.
plained. explained. The work stoppage came nine
days before the nationwide steel
strike deadline. Workers in the
basis steel industry are set to
strike at midnight, June 30, if
current negotiations in New
York fall to achieve agreement
on a new contract.
Lewis said the walkout was an
"illegal wildcat strike in clear
violation of the no-strike clause
in Our labor contract." He said
that "while grievance procedure
exists to settle any such issues.
no grieilince has been filed in
The company and the union
had been conducting discussions
over the incentive Day issue in.
recent weeks. Workers in the o open
pen open hearth department com complained
plained complained that ,changeS in com computation
putation computation of production figures
cut their Incentive oay.
The first marking period of Ca- In. the Raidnow City Junior
nal Zone Latin American schools Iligh.Scflool the "A" honor roll
if-nded on June 12, 1959. --. listed the-names of four students.
- ,- .. Fifteen-students made the "B"
'' honor roll, :-,---
fire in Rome Ho lel,.
Kills Threel- One - ph Dennis.
In" ;the Rainbow City Senior
Bigh School 'Abe "A" honor all
g I I was omprised of three students,
Seriously Injured Fourteen students made the "B"
, honor roll.
''B" honor students included:
ROME (11PI)-- Fire swept the Leopold Veit, Zeleta Price,
servant quarters of a. hotel early' Elvira ,-',Brathwaite, Constancia
yesterday and three frightened jlarnett;',Enrique Rhoden, Ma Machambermaids
chambermaids Machambermaids leaped from,:fifth rik,'Gordon, Diana Dale, Yvonne
floor windows to their deaths. Gourneti- Winston D. McFarlane,
, Mother three women and One, Diana' ,Atherlye, Frances McKn McKnman,
man, McKnman, all of the hotel staff, aid- non:,Sylvia Sewell, Jose Moreno,
,fered injuries and burns. Vercinicczi, Rsemond, Senia
. , Josephir,.,
- Some 170 guests, 'about .half of ,,The- "A" honor students were:
them, Americans.- eiacuated their -Edwin Josephs, Arlene Simons,
rooms at the Ambassadors Hotei Annette cordova.
in', -On -orderly fashion ;when the lalaking the "B" honor roll were
Ronald l'arker, Claudette Hus Husfire
fire Husfire was discovered.'''Ther" Mate
neyer, reached Ole' Vest! rooms., band, Arthur Trottman, Gasphine
hoWever. and none, of, the-KUellts Edwards, Jostlyn Guerrero, Glen
- Watson, Canute Cockburn, Mar Mar.
. Mar. garet Smith, Lucy Rosemond, Ty Tytie
tie Tytie tire broke out-as the result
rone Hunter, James Guerrero, Ro.
of a short circuit in the escalator.
land Josephs, Pauline McFarlane,
It spread rapidly along the vice.
The fire broke out as Ms result
of a short circuit in the escalator.
It spread rapidly along the escala escalator
tor escalator shaft.
Four women of the hotel staff
climbed out of fifth floor windows
in panit before fire engines ar arrived.
rived. arrived. Police said they saw them
cling to window ledges for a few
spconds and then let go.
One of the women was killed
instantly and two others died in
a hospital. The fourth, who fell
on the top of a parked car, was
in serious condition.
May Be Propulsion
For US Space Ship
LOS ANC-1221s. June 23 (UPI)
Research is underway in a
top-secret US proJect to devel develop
op develop a 1000-ton space ship propel-
led by "atomic firecrackers."
The project was outlined to today
day today by Air Force and scientific
sources who described, the idea
as "something like setting -off
firecrackers behind a tin can
only this will use one hell of. a
The Advanced Research Proj Projects
ects Projects Agency (ARPA). which has
a one million dollar study un underway
derway underway at the John Jay Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins Laboratory of General
Dynamics in San Diego. Calif..'
has revealed only that it is proH
posed to drive the craft "by a'
series of -small nuclear eXPIO
SOuroes here laid the idea
vas 'las simple as sounds.",
,,.'"'Yoitjust set 0,14;e0We.botnt)t
behind the ship," ti scientist
said. "Not all at once. but in
small ackages in order to con control
trol control the ship's acceleration."
The informants, who declin declined
ed declined to be identified because of
the tight security wraps on the
project, said studies were un-op
0 AVM 13.101811 oltit Aehuop
signing such a craft.
uT A Double Treat AS
'Keep Your Humor,'
'Governors Off To
Russia Told By Ike
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhovmr today advised
nine state governors "not to get
too mad" during the forthcoming
visit to Russia.
The governors called at the
White House preparatory to leav leaving
ing leaving Tuesday for Moscow and a
three-week tour of the Soviet U Union.
nion. Union. Before seeing Eisenhower they
were briefed on U.S.-Soviet rela relations
tions relations by Secretary of State Chris Christian
tian Christian A. Herter, Undersecretary C.
Douglas Dillon, and Director
George Allen ofthe United States
Utah Gov. George D. ayde said
Herter seemed pessimistic over
the now-recessed Big Four fo foreign
reign foreign ministers' conference on
Gov. LeRoy Collins of Florid's,
chairman of the delegation, said
he sensed in the meeting with
Eisenhower disappointment over
the lack of progress at Geneva
'But .011 hoipes that progress
ean be made, consistent the
principles we stand for."
Collins added the President's
parting advice was, "Stay in good
humor in Russia." Collins said he
quipped back that as long as the
Russians don't say unrrhi; bad
anything-1;a atellt tents?.
Other governors in the group
were John E. Davis of North Da.
kota, Luther Hodges of North Ca Carolina,
rolina, Carolina, Stephen McNichols of Co Colorado,
lorado, Colorado, Robert Meyner of New
Jersey, Robert E. Smylie of Idaho
William G. Stratton of Illinots,
am Ceell trnklefrwood' of "wtst
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DEPARTING Winging his
way to the States today is
Navy Lt. Cdr. Robert Van Os Osdol
dol Osdol (above), material, division
officer in the Rodman Naval
Station Supply and fiscal de department
partment department for the last two
years. The 1947 Naval Acade Academy
my Academy graduate left by military
aircraft with his, wife Shirley
and two children, Valerie, 10,
and Robert, 2. has been
assigned to the Navy's Forms
and Publications Supply Cen Center
ter Center at Byron, Ga.
flew Trial Ordered
For Fla. Deaf Mule
Sen fenced To Die
OCALA, Fla. (UPI)--Deaf mute
Philip Singer was transferred
here from Raiford State Prison
yesterday to stand trial again in
the murder of a county prosecu prosecutor's
tor's prosecutor's wife three years ago.
The new trial, which was order ordered
ed ordered by the -State Supreme Court
last February, begins at 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday before Circuit Judge D.
R. Smight. A 72-man venire al already
ready already ,has been selected.
Singer, 43-year- old handyman,
is charged with the revenge slay slaying
ing slaying of the wife af Alachua County
Prosecutor Osee Fagan Aug. 23,
He was convicted at a widely widelypublicized
publicized widelypublicized trial in Gainesville and
sentenced to die in the electric
chair. But the high court threw out
convidtion, basing its decision on
prejudicial r e m ark 8 made by
State Prosecutor Ted E. Duncan
Duncan, who was re-assigned to
prosecute the case by Gov. Le LeRoy
Roy LeRoy Collins last week, told the
jury he feared for the life of his
own family if Singer were sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to prison and was ever
freed. The coutt ruled Singer did
not have a fair'ehanee to receive
a recommendation for mercy at
Since the Supreme Court ruling,
Circuit Judge John A. H. Humph Humphree
ree Humphree changed the site from Ala Alachua
chua Alachua to Marion County.
By Adding Quads
GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI)A
32-year-old plumber's wife yes yesterday
terday yesterday gave birth to quadruplets
two boys and two girls.
A Royal Meternity Hos pi t al
Hospital spokesman said M r a.
Jean Colo was in excellent condi condition
tion condition and tho quads in fairly sa satisfactory
tisfactory satisfactory condition. They were
born a month prematurely.
Th babies range in weight
from four pounds, one ounce to
four pounds. eight ounces.
Mrs. Cole and her husband, Al Albert
bert Albert 29, already have a daughter
and timee sons, ranging in age
from 18 months to years.
EQUALITY FOR ALL
MANCHESTER, England (UM
The city health committee has
voted to remove penny-in-tile-slot
locks on ptplic rest rooms for
women as 'another step towards
equality between the sexes."
Frangipani St. On front of Stadium) I Tills. 2-480-2-4508
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1 strike at midnight, June 30, if A A
Business Failures Hear Fred Berest current negotiations in New
, York fail to achieve agreement ,,
In US teitening The USO-JWB drama class On a new contract. ,
- will meet this evening at the Lewis said the walkout was an Y Y completely installed wall-tom..
NEW ,r0RICIDne ,23 .CLIPIY-- Armed Forces Service Center in "illegal wildcat strike in clear
Business Ittilnrea ',Strout the na- Balboa it 8 'PAIL ' violation of the no-strike clause 1'
tion for Ahd week ended June k, Fred Berest- will speak to the in Our labor contract." He said
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same :week last Sear,, Dun. 8a are urged to"attent. no grieitince has been filed in P.M. NOON r 4 ji 4
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$5000 or more amounted to 226 LUXEMBOURG (UPI) King had been conducting discussions
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compared, tvith 254 a gifek ago Baudouin of the Belgiarrs Tuesday over the ingentive DEW issue in
and ,,28,1,1ast.",,,year , began 'a three-day state visit to recent weeks. Workers in the o- ' if, ,,
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ped to 21-front 32 -the prior week second- qatate r visit ,in,,as many olained that ,changeh in cam- 0
and compared s with 27 in the months.. Laattmonth it& toured the putation or production figures Ri, G ,,,J!, , ,,
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ROME (IIPI) Fire wept the Leopold 'Welch, Zeleta Price, ''' gatitZli.frki:: t It
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DEPARTING 'Winging his 1 .4., ,,,a,,,
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dol McKndol (above), material' division
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s e n i a officer in the Rodman Naval It
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. FOR OVERSEAS JETSNew 25-mall Me raft Abet iodates in ame seconds Li-ittiestroaletY. -4
,' Some 170 guests, about half of ,,,,The-laA" honor students were: partment for the last two
, emeot fee commercial jet overseas Midst& The. raft, made of two-ply rubberize, d ,111,icmo-,71.
Edwin Josephs, Arlene Simons, years. The 1947 Naval Acade Acadees
es Acadees theses being tested fleet New yorle City.. It's equipped with lishirtg gear, flares trot aid them, Americans eiacuated their
my graduate left by military Los cHARRos zAmoRA,, ;
aircraft with his wife Shirley
' kit, slow food, etc.'..The rata are packed in lightweight packages about three feet' SOttare.,1-tr, ropms at the Ambassadors
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Rotel. Annette Cordova.
- Ronald I'arker, Claudette Hus- and two children, Valerie, 10,
and Robert, Z Ile has been
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and Publications Supply Cen- THE SERENADING SENSATIONS ,,
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rone Hunter, James Guerrero, Ro Roflew
flew Roflew Trial Ordeied .,..,.
, of a short circuit in the escalator. Delicious food, finest wines and liquors
land Josephs, Paulhie McFarlane,
It spread rapidly along the escala- bar open day and night 1
, ' -.F Al -' ;:;,,,
' v, ,' 1 :, 111ft ,- ... d tor shaft. Gloria Gordon. is Join the Lottery get together every Sunday morning -
States, Nights i ; pprovai Anticipate
Four women of the hotel staff
climbed out of fifth floor windews IF
Keep Your Humor For Fla. Deaf Mule Music nightly and from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunda!'
Specie! lunches daily $1.00 Monday thru Saturday "J"
in panit before fire engines ar- 1
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-rived. Police said they saw them s
' WASHINGTON, -June 23 I-1 The new bill'arra controverl and the Budget Bureau. cella', Snienced To Die
cling to window ledges for a ,-,-,
(1.111)The Holise headed into sial feature, only-,74 iwords long, a leading foe of the bulk said
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41-40 vote three
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today accused' o
trig, knirtng tnd
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ed James Colli
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take her to ti
pulled a knife o:
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the va,cant build
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Marvin Berger, i
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the building wit
heard her scree
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had a record of
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:1;IIIRS. RALPH A. JONES TO BE HONORED
("1",AT ILDBBE OFFICERS WIVES TEA TOMORROW
Mrs. Ralph A. Jones Jr., wife of the commanding officer
of Fort Kobbe, will be honored at a champagne-tea given bY
the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club tomorrow afternoon.
-"'"" The event will be held at two o'clock in the Fort Kobbe Of Of.
. Of. -,,-, Deers Club.
Colonel and Mrs. Jones plan to leave the Isthmus in
-' early July for his new assignment in Washington. D.C.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club
Members of the Charity Card
, Group of the Balboa Woman's
"Club are reminded of a no-host
card party Thursday at noon at
the Fort Amador Officers Open
Reservations should be made
by noon Wednesday with Mrs.
resa Luce, Balboa 1488. or Mrs.
, Gertrude Smouse Panama 3-6465.
Cristobal Grad L
For Stow' Vacation
Raymond Keith Ku lig, son of
Joyce Ku lig of Colon, left the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on the SS Transcaribbean for
Norfolk, Va., where he will join
biq father. Lt. Cdr. Raymond
Ku lig of Glen Burnie, Md.
-4After a summer vacation, he
-Will enter Georgia Institute of
Technology. He was graduated
from Cristobal High School this
Mrs. Dickson Ra-Installad
As Kobba CV Wives President
Mrs. James H. Dickson Jr. was
re-installed as president of the
Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club
during a meeting last week at the
Kobbe Officers Club. The honor
was re-conferred by Mrs. Ralph
A. Jones Jr., honorary president
of the club.
Officers who will serve with
Mrs. Dickson are Mrs. John J.
Bohdan, vice president; Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry E. Schwartz, secretary; Mrs.
Thad McMillan, treasurer; and
Mrs. Edward Turk, assistant se secretarytreasurer.
An exhibition of Panamanian
handcrafts. made by members
under the instruction of Mrs. Do Doris
ris Doris Caldwell and Mrs. Lucille Tay
'Ior, featured bateas, polleras,
montunas and drawn tablecloths.
Woodrose corsages were pre presented
sented presented to club members who are
soon to leave On Isthmus. Mrs.
Jones is moving to Washington
D.C.: Mrs. Gerald J. Beshens to
Fort Brar,q. N.0 : Mrs. John L.
Lewis to Fort Leavenworth. Kans.
Mrs. P. R. T,ascola to Fort Hen Henning.
ning. Henning. Ga.: Mrs. RobertChedeqter
to the Dominican Republic: Mrs.
John M. Hanna to Columbus.
Ohio: Mrs. Raymond Banks fo the
University of Pittsburg; Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert MeClenachan to Lebanon.
Tenn.: Mrs. Edward Chasteney to
Both breakfast and luncheon de delicacies
licacies delicacies were on the menu for the
Pallanterican Import S A
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All Makes Alt Models
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aftaa aeta teadred
get it at your grocer's
brunch, for which Mrs. Johnny
Price, Mrs. P. D. Milani 'and
New members introduced by
Mrs. Dickson were Grace Hodg Hodgson,
son, Hodgson, Kathy Dodd, Dee Oliver and
Emily Conklin. NewcoMers to the
Isthmus and guests who attended attendeded
ed attendeded were Jo Lunsford, Jean Ulster
Julie Armitage, Mrs. Craigin of
Arlington, Va., mother of Cockle;
Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Roberson,
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Caldwell.
Has Lashian Show
The ballroom of the Fort Gulick
NCO Club was the scene of a
fishion show sponsored by the
Atlantic Side Newcomers Club.
Fashions from Maduro's of Colon
were modeled by members of the
Commentary on the fabrics and
colors was presented by Mrs. Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Whitsell. Piano music was
played by Percival Thomas, and
vocalists for the occasion were
Mrs James Roane and Phillip
Models included Mrs. Philip
Judson, Mrs. Walt Reinheimer,
Mrs. Oilbur Tontine, Mrs. Cecil
Himes, Mrs. Ronald Moore, Mrs.
E. J. Berger, Mrs. James Roane,
Mrs. Robert Wilcox, Mrs. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Merrill. Mrs. Ted Brown, Mrs.
Roy Lindnuist. Mrs. Larry Clark.
DianP Nolte, Lesley Berger, Ruth
Ann Ilimes and Nancy Chaphe.
The Canal Zone Summer Re Recreation
creation Recreation Board (US-rate) will
meet this evening at 7:30 at the
Civil Affairs Building. Plans for
the program will be finalized, and
United Fund shares distributed.
Representatives of interested
communities are invited to attend
to discuss plans and problems in incidental
cidental incidental to the recreation program.
Duplicate Bridge will be played
this evening at 7:30 at the ITS0-
31VB Service Center in Balboa.
Participants are urged to be
prompt, as latecomers will dis disturb
turb disturb the games In session. All
servicemen and their families are
invited to attend.
TOKYO (UPI) Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist engineers have salvaged
a 5,000-ton Chinese cruiser sunk
in 1937 in the Yangtse River dur during
ing during the -Sino-Japanese war, the
Communist New China Nevi's A Agency
gency Agency said yesterday.
The agendy said the 346-foot
long cruiser "Haiyung" will be
rebuilt and converted into a sea seagoing
going seagoing salvage Alp. The cruiser
was among 34 ships sunk by re retreating
treating retreating Chinese forces in the
Yangtse northWest of Shanghai.
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(Dorothy )(ligation Is on vacs vacstion.
tion. vacstion. Pinch-hitting for her today
is TV performer Shari Lowe.)
SHARI LEWIS WRITES
For years I was the viedni of
mad, impetuous impulses I so
enjoyed performing for cluldren
that I felt it was wrorig of me to
accept money afteT having bad
such a good time. Ah, but, that
was when I was knee hign to a
grasshopper. Now that I've
grown almost as tall as the largest
of that species, I've managed to
overcome those unsound instincts.
And today although I spend a
great deal of my time performing
for adultsI still find children the
most delicious audience. They're
so responsive! In live perform
ance (in theatres and sehools)
their exuberant reactions can be
measured in many ways, by their
laughters, their participation and
In TV performance, audience
response is frequently measared
in terms of numbers, but is per perhaps
haps perhaps more accurately gauged by
the individual viewers loyaity.
One grandmother wrote: "My
three-year-old grandson has start started
ed started his day with you -ever since he
was born. When our TV set was
taken out for repair, you were still
doing your daily show, but by the
time it was returned, you had gone
off the air. The next mormng be
searched for you in vain, then
weepingly told his mother: 'The
TV repahman took Shari out of
our set make him put her
As any parent knows, working
with children Is a two-way street.
You stimulate them, they stimul stimulate
ate stimulate you. Their favorite questions
are the basic "why?" a n d
"how?". I remember the time
we showed a hundred eggs in an
incubator actually hatching be before
fore before the cameras. This particular
program prompted a young listen listener
er listener to write to me saying, "I
watched your television program
where the chickens came out of
the shells. How did you put them
inside in the first place?" (I
looked it up and now I know the
answer, but how can I tell
This same show, incidentally, al also
so also brought a letter from an irate
mother: "My husband and I have
always been pleased with the level
of entertainment you have provid providied
ied providied for our children. However
since last Saturday, when you so
clearly showed them the little
chickens hatching from the eggs,
I have all I ca do to get them in
eat either an egg or chicken. Will
you please either-inform them on
your program that no little
chicken is sacrificed when they
eat a soft boiled or scrambled egg,
or come here seven days a week
and feed them yourself."
I appreciate how concerned this
mother must have felt, but on the
other hand there wasn't anything
I could do to help her, because
since that show I've been having
trouble eating eggs myself.
I frequently discover that the
children's problems are the same
as mine. For example, in this
complex and capable world it
sometimes seems impossible to
think of anything that one can do
that has not been done before and
better. However, craft projects
that are simple enough for me to
conceive and complete are espe especially
cially especially satisfying. This easy-to-do
it yourself approach has evolved
into my new puppet book, and
one of the most popular segments
Di our program. The creation of
an elementary puppet from
scrap material is gratifying be because
cause because the material itself, having
no intrinsic value, does not de demand
mand demand an artistic success. The on only
ly only requirements is that the final
g Easy does the driving! $
No clutch! No ohijil 0;
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
product be recognizable as an
Pp delighted by the youngsters'
rapport with Lamb Chop slid
Charley Horse.- Not that I don't
believe in themI do! But tne
PuPPfts are allowed to exist on
their own in the child's eye view
of things, while I remainin a se separate
parate separate entity. Lamb Chop even
gets letters addressed to her. A
, recent one read: "I'm having a
Birthday Party next week. I
would like you to come bring
Charley Horse. I would invite
Shari, too, but I know she is bu busy
sy busy on Television."
This sability to believe is both
precious and dangerous. A child
gets emotionally very involved
in the situation of the momant,
and cannot recall reality as we do,
by saying, "It's not really hap happening,
pening, happening, it's only make believe."
I hsve found that children ex exposed
posed exposed to programs of violence are
not relieved of their own ten tensions,
sions, tensions, but rather left upset and
restless. I feel that parents must
censure shows of undue hysteria
in order to protect their children.
Because they indentify so com completely,
pletely, completely, youngsters tend to iniitate
what they see on the screen
and this sometimes puts the per performers
formers performers on the 'spot. My favorite
letter reads: "My mother says I
have to eat all vegetables if I
want to grow to be big like you.
Please stand up some day so I
can see bow much more I have 1
This note hangs over my desk
and this responsibility hangs
(but not heavily) on my shoulders.
Mrs. America Is
Pretty Des Moines
Mother 01 Four
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.
Slinging up ner chil children
dren children right comes first with the
new Mrs. America, a pretty
blue-eyed housewife from Des
Mrs. Margaret J. Priebe, 36,
mother of four, won over 50
other candidates here Saturday
night. She was chosen on the
basis of her overall ability as a
homemaker and attractiveness.
"l" had no idea I wouid win,"
nhe said. "I still can't believe
Her first thoughts alit.: the
were of her two boys and twit)
girls bac khome. "They were so
excited all they could do was
cry," she said after a fest phone
The tall, slender, greying
mother won an estimated $13,-
NO In prizes, including every everytiiing
tiiing everytiiing from a kitchen sink to a
swimming pool and a MOO sav savings
ings savings .bond.
Runnersup were Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Stokes of Michigan and
Mrs. Vernell Jones of Wilwau Wilwaukee.
kee. Wilwaukee. Three other finalists were
Mrs. Ellen Purnell of Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Mary Ann Dowsett
of Hawaii, and Mrs. Billie Jean
Simpson of North Carolina.
Mis. MargareG J. Hartman of
Alaska was named Mrs. Con Congeniality
geniality Congeniality by her fellow contestants.
An active PTA and church
worker, the new Mrs. America
teaches a Sunday school class
for four year olds in Des
Moines. She is president elect
of the Des Moines pTA council.
Her four children are Mar Margaret,
garet, Margaret, 14, Gregory, Doug lag,
7, and Karen Jane, 3.
with YALE MiSSien
will streamline Our handlin operations
YALEINDUSTRIAL LIFT TRUCKS
A. Powell, S.A.
PHONE 74 COLON CENTRAL AVE. 15,207
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written fr NIA Service
Opening lead-4 5.
No one vulnerable
Booth Mast North East
111.7', Pass 311.T. Pass
South has a perfectly normal
opening no trump and almost
any two players will land at three
no-trump with the North-South
The right way to get there is the
simple way. North should raise di directly
rectly directly to the no-trump game. He
does have a good five-card
mond suit but there is no reason
for him to bid it. Why feel around
with and li-trick contract when
you have a hand that will do just
as well at a nine-trick level?
The slam bang player will
make four no-trump quickly and
easily. He will win East's ten of
clubs with his queen and run off
live diamond tricks, one spade,,
two hearts and two clubs for a
total of ten.
In duplicate the expert will do
the same except maybe he will
work out some sort of end play
or pseudo squeeze and make
five-odd. In rubber bridge the ex
pert will only make three-odd.
Here's how the expert will
lose a trick. He Will Win the first
club and play a diamond to the
ace. Then the expert will lead
a lou; diamond from dummy. He
has seen such things a CI suit
break and since four diamond
tricks- will give him his game he
will use this safety nlay in order
to ensure his costract.
QThe bidding has been:
Smith West North East
11 a Pass 2 N.T. Pass
34 Pass 4 Pau
You, South, hold:
AC934,K: 411ES 4Klds
What do you do?
four no-trump. This
must be Blackwood and if Your
partner shows as maw as two
sees you will bid six spades.
Them should, be a, good Why for,
it because be has ishown max-
imum two no-trump ad good
!spades. If be shows three aces
you wiU stM bid six sondes only.
Again your partner has re re,
, re, sponded two no-trump to your
one spade bid. This time you
What do you do?
USO-JWB Will Cut
Records For Gl's
Supervised voice recording on
dies or tape will be the offgr offgrings
ings offgrings of tilt USO-JWS this even evening
ing evening from 6 to 8 p.m.
Two volunteer technicians will
be on hand to assist servicemen
and their dependents to make re recordings
cordings recordings for themselves or their
A WAR REMINDER
LONDON (UPI) A nation nationwide
wide nationwide survey has revealed that
about 500 unexploded World 'War
II German bombs are still bing
where they fell in various parts
of Britain. Home Office experts
said 200 are huge "blockbusters."
They said the government planned
to leave the bombs alone until
they rust away or are unearthed
in construction operations.
So tome in
PARS, MUMEL LAWRENCE
'Chief cause at the rise in schnol
violence is that school have been
"forced Winnow custodial du duties
ties duties -for large numbers of delin delinquent
quent delinquent and emotionally disburbed
children," reports tre -Senate sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee investigating juvenile
Let's digest :this official find.
if we do, we'll stop branding
our schoolteachers as osoft" and
"pgressivi." --We'll stop rharing
4. ust teach Melvin bow. to'read,
write- and do Elms and atop con concerning
cerning concerning yourself With the Pwbole
Lest they lose the jols, teach teachers
ers teachers have not roared back, "Send
us whole children and we won't
have to struggle with their anxie anxieties
ties anxieties and rages day after ay.
We'R be able to demand concentra concentration
tion concentration On those three R's you adore
without wondering who's gOing
to blow up, play hookey or devel develop
op develop a facial tic. We won't have to
return to school ourselves every
summer to leant, the newest can.
TrESDAY, ItNE 23,
: dy-coated technique dor seducing
your children into using their
It's never been a question 0I
the comparative value if new
teaching methods and the old
ones. For years now the real ttues.
tion has been "How, can I get
anything over to these restless,
preoccupied, kids who bring', to
my- overcrowded class the effecta
of family confusion, parental 0.
verindulgence,the whole iclimata
of adult self-doubt in which most
of them Zve?'"
rt we want teachers. 'to teach
we can't also ask them to act as
social workers. In their new
methods is their confused answer
to our demand that they do a
double job. The subtle tech.
Wiques don't work because upset
children are alerted-to them at
What we all need to do, teach.
ers and public alike,is to stop
blaming each other for social
changes we could not control,
and acknowledge that special py pychological
chological pychological skills are the equip.
ment for teaching many of to today's
day's today's youngsters.
TO nit iEA Kg AGAINOnetime merchant sailor James
Gamer still relaxes occasionallSr in nautical garb. The star of 1
television's "Maverick" series goes down to the sea spat la
kis latest movie, "Lip Periscope."
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,,, BOBBY the Owl says
fl Don't forget our
Saturday, kale 27
We're going to give away lot of woil,derful prizes
Automoblie Rdur and M. St.
., ...., tO 1 Noir t boor V V f 5
.:41 dk-1, iy OSWALD JACOBY
LIE, A !' -Is; Written fer NIA Service
,, 12-' N.'4 -0!
4 'i !,,,''' 4., by Dorothy Killgallen 'NORTH SS
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Johnny (Dorothy Kilgallon Is on vacs- product be recognizable as an 41:8
Ti 'and Non. Pinch-hitting for her today amusing puppet. WEST NAST
is TV performer Shari Lewis.) I'm dehghted by the youngsters' 46 62
ced by rapport with Lamb Chop and rt4 2
1,C) a 5
! Hodg- SHARI LEWIS WRITES Charley Horse.- Not that I don't g 9 a 1104
i to the For
ver and believe in themI do! But tne 4K1754 10 62
years I was the vicOnt of Punnets are allowed to exist on
ttended- mad, impetuous impulses I so their own in the child's eye view
Leister enjoyed performing for cluidren of things, while I remainin a se- ,d1A1176.
IF A X 2
Light of that I felt it was wrorig of me to parate entity. Lamb Chop cven
7 6 5
Cockle; accept money after having had gets letters addressed to her. A
iberson, such a good time. Ah, but, that recent one read: "I'm having a
Cald- was when I was knee hign to a Birthday Party next week. I No one vulnerable
, grasshopper. Now that I've would like you to come bring Sonth Most North East
grown almost as tall as the largest Charley Horse. I would invite 2 NT, Pass 314.T. Pass
of that species, I've managed to Shari, too, but I know she is bu- Pass PASS'
overcome those unsound instincts. sY on Television." Opening lead-4 5.
Gulick And today although I spend a This sability to believe is both
precious and dangerous. A child I
o of a great deal of my time performing
gets emotionally very involved
r the for adultsI still find children the
Club. most delicious audience. They're in the situation of the momant, South has a perfectly normal
. and cannot recall reality as we do,
f Colon so responsive! In live perform opening no trump and almost
no-trump with the North-South
, of the awe (in theatres and Khoo's) "It's not really Imp. any two players will land at three
IgnisnagY,inigr's only make believe.
their exuberant reactions can be
I halve found that children ex exics
ics exics and measured in many ways, by their rands.
. simple way. North should raise di dirs.
rs. dirs. MI- laughters, their participation and posed to programs of violence are The right way to get there is the
not relieved of their own ten
rectly to the no-trump game. He
ie was excited giggles.
sions, but rather left upset and
were In TV performance, audience restless. I feel that parents must does have a good Sive-card dia diaPhillip
Phillip diaPhillip response is frequently measdred censure shows of undue hysteria mond suit but there is no reason
in terms of numbers, but is per- in order to protect their children. for him to bid it. Why feel around
plan haps more accurately gauged by Because they indentify so corn- with and 11-trick contract when
laimai, the individual viewers loyaity. PletelY Youngsters tend to iniitate You have a hand that will do just
, Cecil One grandmother wrote: hly what they see on the screen as well at a nine-trick level?
formers on the 'spot. My favorite make four no-trump quickly and
!, Mrs. three-year-old grandson has start- and this sometimes puts the per- The slam bang player will
Roane, ed his day with you ever since he
have to eat all vegetables if I clubs with his queen and run off
Clay- was horn. When our TV set was letter reads: "My mother says I easily. He will win East's ten of
want to grow to be big like you. live diamond tricks, one spade,,
1, Mrs. dtaokinegli oyuoturfodrarielypasihro, wyo,ubuwterbeysthtliel
Please stand up some day so I two hearts and two clubs for a
time it was returned, you had gene
can see bow much more I have total of ten.
;phRell.th off the air. The next morning be
searched for you in vain, then
and this responsibility
weepingly told his mother: 'The This note hangs over my desk In duplicate the expert will do
work out some sort of end play
TV repahman took Shari out of bangs the same except maybe he will
our set make him put her (but not heavily) on my Shoulders.
Mrs, America Is or pseudo squeeze and make
r Re- As any parent knows, working five-odd. In rubber bridge the ex
will with children Is a two-way street. pert will only make three-odd.
You stimulate them, they stimul- v Here's how the expert will
ate you. Their favorite questions e lose a trick. He Will Win the first
d, and are the basic "why?' a n d
Pretty Des Moines club and play a diamond to the
ited. "how?". I remember the time ace. Then the expert will lead
we showed a hundred eggs in an M a loW diamond from dummy. He
incubator actually hatching be- other 01 Four has seen such things a CI suit
fore the cameras. This particular break and since four diamond
ma tst einncl
program prompted a young listen- tricks- will give him his game he
will use this safety nlay in order
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er proer to write to me saying, "I FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.
watched your television program to ensure his costract.
where the chickens came out of (UPI) Bringing up aer chil children
dren children right comes first with the
the shells. How did you put them 211
plaved new Mrs. America, a pretty
uso inside in the first place?" u blue-eyed housewife from Des
alboa. looked it up and now I know the Moines, Iowa. iNeCIIRDSiymedt
A be answer, but how can I tell Mrs. Margaret J. Priebe, 36,
- her?) mother of four, won over 50
1 dis- Q--The bidding bas been:
1. All This same show, incidentally, al- other candidates here Saturday a.... wed N
are so brought a letter from an irate night. She was chosen on the r: n Pass 2 N.T. Pass
mother: "My husband and I have basis of her overall ability as a 3; Pass 4 4 Pau
always been pleased with the level homemaker and attractiveness. ?
of entertainment you have provid- "J had no idea I wouid win," You, South, hold:
ed for our children. However nhe said. "I still can't believe A Q 6 2 6 11,K 2 62E 6 4K .11 es
cam since last Saturday, when you so it." What do you do?
Lvaged clearly showed them the little ka-Bid four no-trunip This
sunk chickens hatching from the eggs, Her first thoughts alto': the must be IllackwOod and if your
r dur- I have all I ca do te get them in naticnally-televised coronation partner shows as many as two
, the eat either an egg or chicken. Will were of her two boys and two I sees you will bid six spade&
q. A- You please either 'inform them on girls bac Ithome. "They, were go, 1 rbegasboold, be a, good play toe
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:::ITESDAY; ItNE 13;
',WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?--Two baby hooded seals seem down at the mouth
latter they were placed on exidbition at the New York Aquarium at Coney Island. The inJants,-though
only three weeks old, weigh 100 pounds 'each and are described as "ferocious."
I 111' tants,- though only throe weeks
1800 Kids Lose En.
1800 Kids Lose Entire School Year
Because Of intifirition Shutdowns
, thetr sc
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Secretary Arthur S. Flemming re rePorted
Ported rePorted Yesterday that 1800 students
I Virginia ud Arkansas suffeed
a "lost year" of education because
their schools were shut down in in in',
', in', tegration disputes.
Ile said the group that received
no schooling of any kind during tbe
academic year just ended ,were
part of a total of 16,300 students in inthe
the inthe two states who lost 1,890,000
puoil days of school.
The rest, about 14,500 were "ex "exposed"
posed" "exposed" "makeshift" arrange arrangements.
, The secretary of Health, Educe,
tion and Welfare said the only con conchision
chision conchision to be drawn from the stat statistics
istics statistics is that "we cannot and must
tot slatn shut our school doors in
the faces of our children and young
He told a 'news conference be
was making the figures public "in
elf hope that these effects will be
carefully weighed and studied by
all Americans, particularly by
school officials, school board mem members,
bers, members, parents, and others directly
concerned" with the operation of
For the students who ga no
schooling at all, Flemming said, "it
has clearly been a lost year for inteliectual-
growth and develop-1
, QUEEN NORMA 1
The grand coronation and royal
ball of Norma I, elected queen last
week in the Fruit ;contest of St. M-,
ban'tf Eniseopal.. church, will be,
held.' Friday niht at :the Faralso
gymnasium. The. Willie Moro Or Orchesrta
chesrta Orchesrta will furnish the music.
Miss' Norma lones, representing
"apple," .garnered a total of 28,501
votes, to win' the contest. She was
aponsored by the Men's Club.
She. was followed by Dorna Davis
(pineapple) with 15,170 vots, Cyn Cyn.
. Cyn. thia Atherley (grape) 13,069; and
Norma Brwon (mango) 10,060.
Elaborate arrangem'ents are be being
ing being made' for the coronation cere-moniei.
Friends and members of
'the church planning to attend have
been urged to make reservations.
A door prize, as well as other 'priz 'prizes,
es, 'prizes, will be awarded at the function..
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, CLASS PALACE IN THE FORET--A fanciful strticture is the new Commons Building at "I 1 ,,
.., Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio, The. modern building on the college's wooded camput ,,1
, features a dining room "floating in the trees," and a sun porch-entranceway made of concrete 1
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CLASS PALACE IN THE .OREST-7A fanciful strUcture is the new Commons Building at "I
'Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio, The modern building on the college's wooded campue
features a dining room "floating in the trees," and a sun porch-entranceway made of concrete 1
lily pads. nil $800,000 building was designed by Danish-bom atchitect Victor Chrilit4Pers,j
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Flemming said the situation has
improved "markedly" in recent
Nine Virginia schools shut down
in September re-opened in Febru February,
ary, February, he said, although 1050 Warren
County students did not attend
their integrated high school after it
riemming noted that Virginia
GOv., S. Lindsay Almond recently
Called for an all-out fight to pre preserve
serve preserve the public school system in
his state as being ''indispensable to
the strength and security of the na nation,"
tion," nation," He said he hoped Almond's
counsel would prevail.
In Little Rock, Ark., he said, four
schools remained closed through throughout
out throughout the school year.
However, he Said he was "heart "heartened"
ened" "heartened" by the recent court decision
in Arkansas 4, invalidating the law
under which Gov. Orval E. Faubus
Closed the schools.
By MARIE DAERR
Having a great-grandmother is
no longer ilsunusual in America.
Four-generation families are
"typical" of till's country today,
according to Dr. Wilma Dona Donahue,
hue, Donahue, chairman of the University
of Michigan's division of geron gerontology.
tology. gerontology. ...And, this woman expert on
aging predicts, the five' and' six sixgeneration
generation sixgeneration family may become
"One survey of college stud students
ents students showed that nearly half
had a total of sovon or more
living Parents, grandparents and
g roatgrandparants," Dr. Dona.
hoto said. "Family lifo has length lengthnod
nod lengthnod strikingly in tho last 50
"Newlyweds of 1900 could ex expect
pect expect an average of 30 years to together.
gether. together. Ncov this figure h a 8
climbed to 43 years."
Other statistics have changed,
too. according tc Dr. Donahue.
"Women have more chanceQ to
work." Dr. Donahue said. "The
result is that social institutions
have taken .over itlatlY of the
traditional family lobs women
used to do. These include care of
the sick. entertainment. educa education
tion education and relirdous instructioo."
Average family site is smaller,
Dr. nonalme rointed out.
"The ehild-bnarino ,ears have
bitirs redured co hale Ow, form-.
lir figure." she said. "The fa.
mliv Is health:sr.
"'Better health has eut the fa fatnilv
tnilv fatnilv molls hit by death some 40
Per cent since 1900,, vrodav. onl 6
nereent of thote widowed are
under 4N years old."
All these faetors have helped
produce what Dr. Donahue cells
th "empty nest the situatino
created when children have left
home for eollege. a lob, new fa families
milies families of their own.
"That time should be emaider emaidered
ed emaidered the age of onportunity," she
P.oiri. "It should be a time for ex exciting"
citing" exciting" exploration and develop development
ment development of talents that were ne negleeted
gleeted negleeted before
"New leisure time shonld be
used to promote growth. If it is
isn't, it will Produce boredom
something that. in turn, e a
lead to mental illness.'
QSly mother-in-law's first
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XXIII Sunday blessed 78
new priests from all continents
and told them to "be always in
movement, seek force through
prayer, go forward."
The 'Pope addressed 35 new
priests graduated from Romets
North American College ano 43
from the Propaganda Fide Col.
lege in mass audience.
"Go and teach, not only with
your words but with your livcs,"
the Pope told the priests.
CORNELL GETS GRANT
ITHACA, N. Y. (UPI)--Cornell
University has received a grant
of $50,000 in unrestricted funds
from B.F. Goodrich Fund, Akron,
Ohio, Deane W. Ma lott, Univer University
sity University President announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The grant was given in
-honor of John L. Co llyer, chair chairman
man chairman of the board of B. F. Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich who served as .chairman of
the Cornell board of trustees
husband died in 1950. She re remarried
married remarried in 1957 She became 65
on Feb. 14, 1959. Her second hus husband
band husband receives only a small So Social
cial Social Security check. Is she eligi eligible
ble eligible for any Social Security
through her first husband?--Mrs.
A. D. M.
AYour mother4n-law Is ell.
through Mr second husband
When a wife reaches 65, she
can collect 10 per cent of the
amount her husband gets. If
she has not yet applied, she
should do so immediate:y at her
nearest Social Security office.
QCan you tell me hOW can
get in touch with the Commission
on the Ministry to Aging Per Persons
sons Persons o the California-Nevada
Council of Churches, about which
you wrote?Mrs. R. S. P
AAddrass your letter to 83
McAllister St., San Francisco 2,
WASHINGTON -- Secretary
of State Christian A. Herter, on
the' Geneva foreign ministers
"In all the discussion, my
Western colleagues and I had
foremost in mind the freedom
of the more than two million
people of West Berlin."
LONDON Autor-editor Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Muggeridge, rebut ting
evangelist Billy Graham's con contention
tention contention that New York's Central
Park is more moral than Lon London's
don's London's Hyde Park:
"If alter dusk few couples
venture to take advantage of
such privacy as Cent"al Park
affords, it is out of fear rather
GETTYSBURG, Pa. Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, on giving S5
to his frequent caddy, Roy Fair Fairman,
man, Fairman, 13, whose church attend attendance
ance attendance prevented him from cad caddying
dying caddying for the President:
' "Here, Roy., That's for going
to church today."
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LONDON, Jtme 23 (UPI)
British bird watchers protested
today to tbe RO,yal Soctety for
the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals that rpecialty food
shops were serving canned spar sparrows
rows sparrows in at least two different
The canned sparr o w s in
bright yellow cans are display displayed
ed displayed alongside such other deli delicacies
cacies delicacies as chocolate covered
ants, caterpillar canapes and
A spokesman at London's up uppercrust
percrust uppercrust Harrod's department
store said the sparrows come in
two flavors barbecued spar sparrows
rows sparrows from Japan and smoked
sparrows from Hong Cong.
"Some people have expressed
disapproval of our selling this
skewered sparrow," the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said, "but on the other
band others happen to like It.
have sent my tenth order to
The spokesman admitted the
sparrow wasn't bis choice of
cliSh "It has a strong flavor
of cotton seed oil which it is
Yale Foolball Star
Joseph P. Crowley
Cries Passpod Woes
TOKIO, June 23 (UPI) For Former
mer Former Yale football star Joseph
P. Crowley, cleared by a Japan Japanese
ese Japanese court of charges he murder murdered
ed murdered his brother-in-law, said to today
day today that the US Embassy was
holding up his passport and
preventing him from going
The Hamden, Conn, business businessman
man businessman telegraphed US Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Douglas MacArthur II, a
Yale man himself, asking his
"cooperation" in returning the
The 49-year-old Crowley said
he was anxious to get home to
his three children.
A three-man court Sunday ac acquitted
quitted acquitted him of manslaughter in
the death of his brother-in-law,
T. A. De. Jones Jr., son of the
late Yale coach Tad Jones. The
t.:al had dragged on for 11
'De prosecution, which accus accused
ed accused Crowley of killing Jones in
a. hotel loom drunken brawl,
has the light of appeal. But
Crowley mild he felt vindicated.
"1 see no reason why, after
more than a year. I must re remain
main remain in Japan," Crowley said.
MERGER PLANS SCRAPPED
NEW YORK (UPI) Servome Servomechanisms,
chanisms, Servomechanisms, Inc., Los Angeles, and
taboratory for Electronics; -Inc.,
Boston, announced Tuesday they
have scrapped an agreement ail ailing
ing ailing for the consolidation of the
two companies this summer
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measures 35-25-35. Arlene Andrewaths, 19, right, is none other than "Miss Late Show." She's
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PHOMOTIONCol, C. J. Tippett, a USAFF Reservist assigned
to Headquarters Caribbean Air Command, recently completed
his annual two-week active duty training period at Albrook. Lt.
Col. Robert B Jarrell (left) CAlre's Deputy Chief of Staff,
Operations, held Tippett pin on his new silver eagles
as evidence of his recent promotion to Colonel in the reserve
component of the USAF. Tippett is the' South American rep representative
resentative representative for the International Civilian Aviation Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, an agency of the United Nations. Lima, Peru, is the home
of this well-known sportsman and fishing champion. He holds
the world record for rooster fish caught on 15 thread line and
is also record holder of the Cabo Blanco Club, Peru, for black
marlin and big eye tuna. (USAF Photo)
CITES RED BUILDUP
SEOUL, Korea (UPIlCommu (UPIlCommunist
nist (UPIlCommunist North Korea has more than
800 military planes, including 10q
Soviet-type jet bombers and about
60 MIMI jet fighters, a top-ranking
South Korean air force officer
Lt. Gen. Kim Chang Kyu, chief
of staff of the ROK air force,
tcgd a news conference that the
Communist air power built up in
violation of the Korean armistice
"cannot be underestimated."
CONTRACTS BOOST JOBS
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI) Two
contracts totaling more than one
million dollars have been awarded
to the American Machine and
Foundry Company's Cheektowaga
plant and will result in a boost
in employment at the firm ,it was
BOMBAY, India (UPDSkoda,
an industrial firm in communist
Czechoslovakia, has contracted to
build a 60-million dollar forge and
foundry plant-at Ranchi, East In
dia,. It,. was announced TUeSdaYs
Offrcials 'said Skoda also was' In Interested
terested Interested in manufacturing auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles in India and planned to
submit a plan to the Indian gov government
ernment government soon.
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of New York, Agricultural and
Technical Institute at Cobleskill,
N.Y., with the degree of Associ Associate
ate Associate in Applied Science. He ma majored
jored majored in agricultural production.
During his senior year, his name
was on the Dean's list at the mid
and final terms. He was active
in the Livestock Club, the Stu Studefit
defit Studefit Chile! "lissoelation' a
member of Zeta Alpha Phi fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and fraternity representa representative
tive representative for the World University
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Bomb-136aring 13urglar Brothers',
Evading Wary St. Louis Police
ST. LOUIS; Mo. June (UPDPo
lice hunted warily today for two
brothers believed to be armed
with homemade bonbs that might
be rigged to explode if the pair
were captured and forced to ralae
The brothers, James Hecker,
23, and Joseph 18, were sought
for an attempted burglary and
bombing of the St. Louis Arena
Police Lt. Arthur Sullivan said
the brothers were believed to be
carrying four dynamite bombs
with delayed fuses which could be
activated by a piece of string.,
He said the Heckers probably
were carrying the explosives in
their pockets or strapped to their
State highway patrolmen, city
and county police were warned to
keep their distance if they cor cornered
nered cornered the padr because there was
a "possibility" the bombs were
fashioned to go off if the fugLives
raised their hands in surrender.
"The bombs pack a wallop,"
Sullivan said, "and they could
probably kill if they were thrown
at a person or went off in a
Police said the brothers were
believed to have fled the city, at
least for a time, Sunday night.
James called a friend, William
Robertson, 19, by long distance
telephone during the evening to
seek information about a third
brother, Gerald, 20, who was
seized by police shortly after the
There was a possibility, howev however,
er, however, that James and Joseph re returned
turned returned to St. Louis avter placing
Gerald Hecker was quoted as
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saying his brothers "had, other
bombs and were prepared to use
them." t :
The three brothers were saught
in the lxnvling alley euly StWer
by Thomas Williams, logjdght
watchman. He took them to the
superintendent's office and start,
ed telephone police. ;
One of the brotheri threw a
bomb at Williams. It whizzed over
his shoulder, struck a wa2 and
exploded. The blast knocked ,a,
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damage, but Williams and the
would be burglars escaped
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It's Do mean triek, too, when
you tonsider that the 23-year-old
southpaw speedballer thinks noth nothing
ing nothing of striking out 10 times in a
row or going a full aeasoo with
one or two hits.
It's a joke, son, when he's hit hittin'
tin' hittin' but it's not so funny when
Sandy' is pitchingand getting
the ball anywhere near the plate.
Koufax, a Brooklyn-born 320,000-
bonus baby who once sprained an
' ankle When he "tripped over the
foul kitie" at Ebbests Field, looked
like he firraaly is coming of age a
a Major League pitcher last night
'when te struck out 16 batters
while pitching the Dodgers to a
(1-2 victory over the Philadelphia
Koufax performance fell one
strikeout shy of tho National
League mark set by Dizzy Dean
in 1933 but he did earn a couple
of lines in the record book:
The 16 strikeouts snapped the
Major League record of 14 for a
night, game previously held by
Johnny Vander Meer, Bob Feller,
Bob Turley and Sam Jones.
The total of 16 strikeouts in
one gmne also equalled the all alltime'rnark
time'rnark alltime'rnark by a left-hander
shared by Rube Waddell, Nap
Rucker, Jack Harshamn and
At the same time the toill
equalled the club single-game
strikeout record held by any Dodg Dodger
er Dodger pitcherin this ease, Rucker,
July 24, 1909.
Kotifax' brilliant effort may or
rnay'not herald a new pitching
star 'for the Dodgers. As far
bacipas 1955 Koufax struck out 14
Cinciimati Reds in one game and
he bas struck out more than 10
batters in several games. Yet he
alwas has been ati in-and-outer
starter for the Dodgers and last
night's victory was only his 24th
as : big leaguer in a five-year
ca r. His record this year is 4-1
so was sub-.500 pitcher the last
Equfax struck out at least-one
batter ig every inning up to the
nint. Three strikeouts in the final
franie would have set a new major
league mark, two would have tied
Fe lltr's exciting record and one
you'll have tied Dean's NI.
mart. But he couldn't get them.
At one of the worst hitters in
bastiball history, Koufax is con constantly
stantly constantly kidded by Ms teammates
but keems to enjoy it as mcuh as
theywdo. In fact the computes his
batting average by keeping track
of le munber of foulrather than
hit e makes during a season.
P aps more amazing than his
pitc lig performance last night
wassothe fact he went 1-for-4 at the
plategetting a sharp single to
right field in the second inning.
The Dodgers clinched the victo victory
ry victory hen they scored three runs
in fifth inninik,,the key blows
; By FRED DOWN
- NEW YORK, June 23 (UPI) They always
said it couldn't be done but Sandy Koufax can
make rival batsmen look like worse hitters than he is.
a two-run single by Gil Hodges
and a run-producing single by
John Rosebero. The Dodgers
made only nine hits compared to
10 of the Phi Ries but they got even
walks. Eight Dodgers struck out,
the game total of 24 for both clubs
equalling a major league record.
Mickey Monti drovo in six
runs with two homors and a
triplo to load tho Now York
Yankoos to an 114 victory over
the Kansas City Athletics and
rookio Eddie Fishor won his
malor loagua debut as tho- San
F rancisco Giants downod tho
Pittsburgh Piratos, 4-1, in tho
only other big luaus action.
Mantle sent the Yankees off win winning
ning winning with a two-run homer in the
first inning, tripled with tvvo
aboard in the fifth and connect connected
ed connected for his second two-run homer
in the seventh. Bill Skowron also
homered for the Yankees to help
pitcher Bobby Shantz win his sec.
Fisher yielded only three hits in
seven innings and Al Worthing Worthington
ton Worthington cleaned up in the eighth and
ninth for him. The Giants handed
Ron Kline his fourth loss by scor scoring
ing scoring four runs in the seventh inning.
Jack Brandt started the rally with
a double and other key blows were
a triple by pinch-hitter Leon Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and a double by Willie Kirkland.
NEW YORK (UPI)-- Ingmar
Johnassen is in position today to
bail out all the foreign boxers
who for years have been suspect
when they climbed through the
ropes in, American ,Nrity
There is a variety of reasons
why fistic immigrants are given
the jaundicede ye. Foremost is
that most of them have been
Only three, of all the more re recent
cent recent jumbo sized hnports, gave a
decent a voOsomoljtemsolv es
when, a Thuriay
night against Floyd Patterson,
they made a bid for the yeavy yeavywei,ght
wei,ght yeavywei,ght title.
These were Max Schmeling,
Tommy Farr and Arturo Godoy.
"Herr Mox" pulled off his big bigupset
upset bigupset by stopping the young Joe
Louis in '1936 but-buildup' teivard
a title fight. But be lived to re regret
gret regret it when Louis got to him
ATROCIOUS IN TRAINING
Farr looked atrocious in train training,
ing, training, which exactly what they
' LEADING ',
White, St. L
Moon, L A.
Cimoli, St. L.
(Bawl on 175 official at bats)
G AB R H Pct.
,aron, Mil. N 276 50 108 .391
Mite, St. L 59 203 36 73 .360
pada, S.F. 67 269 48 91 .338
loon, L A. 59 216 38 72 .333
'emple, Cin. 66 261 46 88 .330
'inson, Cin. 88 272 55 89 327
argess, Pitt. 54 185 21 60 .324
St. L. 63 2S5 44 83 .322
L.A. 59111 40 88 .322
ioak. Pitt. 70 260 33 83 .319
Ka line, Det.
Wood ling, Balt.
G AB R H Pct.
Det. 58 231 36 83 .359
e, Det. 61 239 37 M .351
els, Boa. 61 239 38 80 .335
Chic. 64 262 35 86 .328
ling, Balt. 59 187 23 61 .326
le, N.Y. 58 220 50 69 .314
ims, KC. 50 188 27 58 .309
r, Clev. 62 247 51 73 .296
Det. 65 230 22 88 -296
t, N.Y. 61,232 37 68 .293
Runs Batted in
have been saying about Ingemer.
But he did go out end give Louis
a fierce tussle for 15 rounds.
Godoy went 15 with, Louis, too,
although he was a 10 to 1 under undergodoy.
godoy. undergodoy. But some of the others creat created
ed created a lasting, suspicion as to the
fistic ability of the visiting gla gladiators.
diators. gladiators. George Carpentier was
an tmderweight heavyweight
when he went against Jack Demp
sty in 1921 aeW the buildup, was
so' good that it drew the first
million-dollar gate. The "Orchid
Man" belted Dempsey one good
one and then was punded into
The more recent imports have
been even worse. Only four years
ago, England sent tie a bUrly lad
named Don Cockell and Rocky
Mercian belted him clean back
to Picadilly. The aroma of that
one wee only overcome by the
unpleasaM attar of Patterson's
recent "fight" with Brian London.
SPORTING, NOT BUSINESS
There are many reasons why
the invaders have failed, so of often,
ten, often, to live up to expectations.
The first of these is that boxing
in Europe too long has been con conducted
ducted conducted from a sporting angle in instead
stead instead of being the pugilistic busi business
ness business that it is on these shores.
There is, in those parts, a notice noticeable
able noticeable lack of good trainers and
sparring partners, and they were
reluctant to dispose of the stand standup
up standup style of boxing ala John L.
Sullivan. The bob and weave
caught them fist-footed.
The ham donnies from abroad
were so inept that, at One time,
the New York Boxing Commis Commission
sion Commission had a rule that foreign
blokes had to have a demostra demostration
tion demostration bout irn some smaller club
before they could be put into a
big time attraction. The barn
door was kept locked until they
proved they could knock it down.
Johansson lookcs like a man of
a different stamp and there is a
feeling in this corner that he
might surprise a lot of people,
including Floyd Patterson.
Ingo is no worse than 4 to 1.
He crumpled Eddie Machen with
a murderous right hand and Bat Batterson
terson Batterson is known to be open and
allerge to a right hand clobber
on the shiskers. But regardless
of the outcome, Johansson fig figures
ures figures to give Patterson the best
challenge he has had yetand do
something for the foreign contin contingent
gent contingent in the process.
APARICIO RETURNS TO DUTY
CHICAGO (UPI) Shortstop
Luis Aparicio, who missed action
in Sunday's Chicago-Boston game
because of a sprained ankle, re returns
turns returns to the White Sox lineup tonight.
TEN PANAMA AMTRICAN AN INDYMIDYNT DAILY NEWSPAPEZ'
By ROBERT MAIL
WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI)
Eighteen-year-old Earl Butch Buch Buchholz
holz Buchholz of St. Louis, in severe pain
every time he stroked his service,
upset Italy's third-seedd Nicola
Pietrangeli in four sizzling sets
yesterday and gained the second
round of the Wimbledcm tennis
championships' along with U. S.
Davis Cupperi Alet Olmedo and
Out of a hospital only a week
after a minor operation that left
his stomach muscles sore to the
touch, Buchholz put the blast on
the Italian ace 6-4, 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 in
one of the greatest opening day up upseta
seta upseta since the end of World War
The throng of 15,000 decked around
the famed center gave him a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous ovation.
Olmedo, the lithe Peruvian who
almost single-handedly routed the
Australian Davis Cup team last
winter ,won as he pleased over
Warren Woodcock of Australia, 6-2,
6-4. 6-3, in the day's final center
court match. Mackay, the fifth fifthseeded
seeded fifthseeded giant from Dayton, Ohio,
was slightly off form but ousted Ian
By DICK BACON
STE, DOROTHEE, Que. (UPI)
Doug Gangbusters Eord, who
thought he "forgot how to wn,"
today reigned as the 50th Canadi Canadian
an Canadian Open golf champion.
Fora. goll's most consistent
money winner who wanted "to
win so bad I could taste it," fi finally
nally finally came home a wmner Sun Sunday
day Sunday when he shot a pressure two twounder
under twounder par 70 to beat out three
other U.S. pros by two shott
PAG champion Dow Finsterwald
Masters Champion Art Wall, and
Bo Wininger, Odessa, Tex., pro
who came from way back to join
Ford, 36-year-old native of New
Haven, Conn.; now playing out of
Paradise, Fla., started tne final
day with rounds of 68-69-69, one
shot back of the leaders, Finster Finsterwald
wald Finsterwald and the young Aussie, 23-
fear-old Bruce Crampton. only
took the fast playing Ford two
holes to catch Finsterwald as the
two went around in a threesome
with Bob Rosburg, Palo Alto,
Calif., runnerup in last week's
The new winner, who has 1104V
won better than 22,000 in 14 ap appearance's,
pearance's, appearance's, figured at the start of
the Canadian Open that "I've been
playing so good it scares me,"
be mascalculated when it came to
forecasting a wnner. Entering the
final round Ford, who fis now the
third leading monye winnerboth
this year and also in the post war
years-figured it "would take a
68 to win today."
"I guess I was a little off," he
said with a happy grin.
The victory was worth 3,500
dollars to Ford and Increased his
earnings to $19,335.57, moving him
from sixth to third place behind
Wa 11:ind Billy Casper, Jr., Apple
ValleY, Calif., the U.S. Open win winner
ner winner who finished this tourney 74-
Wall came home with an even
1par 72, three Motu behind Ford
Cuba's Armenteros To Arrive
,..7, i :i L;--.-
NAME THE CAMERonnie Retton, left, and Ducky Bo lyard
switched from basketball, in which they helped West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia to be the runner-up in the National Collegiate Athletic
Msociation Tournargent. Shortstop Retton, captain in both
sports, katted 333. Catcher-first Damon Bo lyard hit .377.
Buchholz Joins lined, McKay
in Wimbledon Second Round
Vermaak of South Africa, 6-2, 6-2,
Six other Americans also ad advanced
vanced advanced but two more, including
1950 winner Budge Patty of Los
Angeles, were beaten. Jon Douglas
of Santa Monica, Calif., former
Stanford quarterback, ousted Pat Patty,
ty, Patty, 4-6; 6-1, 6-1, 6-0.
Gardner Mu lloy of Coral Gables,
Fla., 45-year-old U. S. veterans
champion; Myron. Franks of ,Los
Angeles, Jack Frost of Monterey,
Calif., Malcolm Fox of Baltimore,
and Jack Grigry of Alhambra,
Calif., all won their openers.
The first Russian players ever to
compete in the Wimbledon senior
singles both yirere beaten. Jean
Grinda of France eliminated An Andrei
drei Andrei Potanin, 6-1, 6-3. 6-1 and big
Abe Segal of South Africa walloped
Toomas Lejus, No. 1 in Russia,
6-3, 6-4, 7-5.
Pietrangeli was the only casual casualty
ty casualty among the eight seeded players'
In addition te top-seeded Olmedo
and Mackay, No? 5, Neale Fraser
of Australia, Bobby Wilson of Eng England,
land, England, Luis Ayala of Chile, Kurt
Nielsen of Denmark nd Roy Em Emerson
erson Emerson of Australia moved ahead
with comparative ease.
Doug Ford Scores MI-Wing
Victory in Canadian Open
for a three way tie for second
place with Wininger, and Finster Finsterwald.
wald. Finsterwald. Four shots back of the new Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Open champion were Don
Fairfield, 63-hole leader Crampton
Tied at 281 were Paul Harney,
a winner on this same course two
years ago in the Labatt Open;
Billy Maxwell, Odessa, Tex., and
Jay Hebert, Sanford, Fla.
Stan Leonard the 50-year-old
shotmaker from Vancouver, was
the top Canadian for the eighth
time as he shot a six-under 282
to tie with'Ken Venturi, Daly City,
Calif., and Tommy Bolt, Crystal
(Based on 7 or more decisions)
W L Pci
Face, Pirates 11 0 1.0(
Mizell, Cardinals 9 3 75
Antonelli, Giants 10 4 .7
Burdette. Braves 11 5 .6(
Newcombe, Reds 8 4 .6(
Straw, White Sox
GIANTS SIGN SCHMIDT
NEW YORK (UPI) The ,New
York Giants have signed, Bob
Schmidt, a 6-4, 245-pound linedlan
from Minnesota, to a 1959 contract.
Schmidt, obtained from the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Cardinals last year, probably
will be used as an offensive end.
Cuba was expected to invade Pa Panama
nama Panama tonight, in the
persofiT et ba'ntimilteight Manuel
Armenteros; ratking Cuban re resident
sident resident of Mexico.
The invader will not go is to ac actual
tual actual combat, however, until Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at the Olympic Stadium
when he clashes with Panama 11.8-
pounder Toto Ibarra, the first of
three local warriors against whom
he will see action.
The weight limit for Stmday's
ten-round skirmish is 120 pounds.
Armenteros, a 23-year-old Ne Negro,
gro, Negro, has been a resident of the
land of the Aztecs for more than
Trained and managed by Mexi Mexican
can Mexican Juan Pelaez, he has become
prominent enough to be rated
sixth in the world by the Ring
Magazine and seventh by the Na National
tional National &ming Association of Ame America.
rica. America. A five-year veteran with over
30 fights under his belt, the pug
from the Pearl of the Antilles has
won approximately 25 of his
Int League Lead
One of his losses came at the
hands of Mexican bantamweight
king Joe Becerra, who fights world
118-pound monarch Alphonse Half Halffor
for Halffor the title in Los Angeles Ju July
ly July 8.
Plans call for Armenteros to
meet local bantamweight champ
Edwin Sykes on July 12, and top
contender Hector Hicks on July
The Cuban, who stands 5 ft. 6
in. tall, will work out at the Colon
Arena Thursday or Friday. His
regular training camp will be set
up at the National Gym.
Ibarra earned a fight with the
classy Cuban on the basis of his
ten-round decision over Hicks a
couple of months ago.
It was the second straight vic victory
tory victory for the Chiricano, who deci decisioned
sioned decisioned Claudio0Martinez in the
first bout of a comeback attempt
after going inte retirement for a
General admission for Sunday's
four-round program is 51.50.
L Pet GB
89 31 .557
36 32 .529 VA
38 31 .551 1,it
36 32 .529 112
36 34 .514 212
35 35 .500 314
33 36 .438 5
23 37 .464 6
27 40 .403 10
NEW YORK, June 23 (UP)
It was Buffado's turn today to
the lead International League.
The Bisons turned n a 4-3 vic victory
tory victory over Richmond last night to
regain the lead that has been
passesd back and forth between
the two teams for the last two
Ricrmond took a 3-1 lead on
Bobby Deakin's three-run homer
ih the fourth inning, but Buffalo
bounced back with three in the
sixth to take over first place by
'a half game.
The Miami Marlins gained
ground in their inane with Ro Rochester
chester Rochester for third place by white white'washing
'washing white'washing Montreal on Jim Ar Archer's
cher's Archer's three-hitter. The Red
Wings' lead over Miami was nar narrowed
rowed narrowed to a game as they lost a
10-3 decision to Columbus.
-In the other game played, two tworun
run tworun homers la), Bob Wilson, Dave
Pope and Jim Altobelli powered
'the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 8-2
win over the Havana Sugar Kings.
ItitE DRIVER KILLED
LAGRANGE, Ga. MP') Odus
Lamarr Hewell, 36, of Atlanta, was
killed Sunday during a tuneup spin
for the day's regularly scheduled
sports car race. Howell's car went
int oa curve too fast and it flipped
end over end.
1 TODAY ENCANTO -25-15
' WAHOO! $115.00
Susan Cabot in
John Ireland in
National League '-,1
W L Pct. GB
Milwaukoa 38 28 .576
San Francesco 38 30 .559 1
Los Angolos 37 33 329 3
Pittsburgh 36 33 .522 312
Chicago 33 33 .500 5
St. Louis 30 35 .462 712
Cincinnati 30 36 .455 8
Philadelphia .391 12'
Pittsburgh at San Francisco (14)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N)
Chicago M Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh 000 000 100-1 4 1
San Pc. 000 000 40x-4 8 0
Kline (6-4), Porterfield and
Fisher (1-0) and Schmidt,
Philadelphia 010 010 000-2 10 1
Los Angeles 100 030 20x-6 9 0
Owens, Robinson (8) and Thom
Koufai (4-1) and loseboro. LP
Cleo Burns Wins PVVGA1
June Golf Championship
By M. DALTON
Cleo Burns rklayed an almost i
flawless game last Saturday et
the Ft. Davis Golf Club, in the
June PWGA tournament. Just
one !Mort putt came between Cleo
and even par, Pearl Trim turned
an even par for the first nine but
cooled off on the last nine.
Although only twenty lady golf golfers
ers golfers turned out, Saturday's tour tournament
nament tournament was one of the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable on record. Most of the
credit for this goes to Louis Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, the PWGA represenative
9f the Davis club. Louise not on,'
ly selected outstanding prizes, but
she arranged for all participants
to receive one.
to receive one.
Attractive items were very
generously donated by the tol tollowing
lowing tollowing Colon merchants:
Bazar Bomban the French Ba Bazaar,
zaar, Bazaar, Flor de Bombay, Estrella
del Este, Surany's, Radio Center,
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Last Wednesday night proved
rough for the top teams as they
were taken to the cleaners by
the lower teams, starting with
Cerveza Balboa, .who dropped 3
points to Crawford Agencies. The
hope of getting out of the cellar
gave this team all the spark that
was needed to defeat the Beer Beerman.
man. Beerman. Top scores for, Craw Crawford
ford Crawford Agencies were turned in by
Saenz 406 and Opio 402, ror. the
Cerveceros Spiros rolled a 428
and Hernandez a 420.
American Supply, still holding
on to second place, dropped all
4 points to Gultpride. The Wild Wildcatters
catters Wildcatters lead by Hodge with 489
series and second by Segura with
a 395 are putting on the speed
on the stretch hoping to finish in
first. For the Suppliers trying
their best to save at least a point
were Michael with a top score of
447 and right on his heels was
Morado with a 445.
Mercurio and Marlboro set out
to take all 4 points from each oth other,
er, other, with the Jewelers almost
succeeding. As it turned out they
collected 3 points from the Smok Smokers,
ers, Smokers, much to the latter's regret.
But that is the way the ball rolls
down the alleys. For Mercurio
Bees ler was the big gun with a
444 series and Teal came in Var Vargas
gas Vargas and Shaefer 383, and De La
Torres' 379 were good enougn to
salvage a game.
Volkswagen, with most of its
men in South America, just did
field 3 men by bringing in a new'
man. Welcome to the Lea gu e,
Sgt. Andy Ortega. EVern then VW'
proved no match against La Mas-1
cota who saw a most welcome'
opportunity to gain a little ground
to get closer to the top. As it
turned, out the Custom TailoerS
took all 4 points with Crespin
and Trevino providing the bean,
ammunition, 430 and 426 respec respectively.
tively. respectively. For Volkswagen ,Doc
many led with a 376 and Chavez
helped with a 336 and Ortega
pitching in ,a 334.
Team standing are as followt:
American League League4
4 League4 ,,-
Nes; York at Kansas City
Washington at Chicago 09 ,;,-i41'
Boston at Detroit (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Yesterday's Results ",1
New York 100 240 310-11 14
Kansas City 000 240 000-6 10 0
Mr ley, Shantz (2-2) and Berrav
Herbert (4-7), Sturdivant, Grittit
Dickson and Chiti.
Only gams scheduled.
--Owens (4-5) MRAnderson
Only limos scheduled. -10
Jhangame end 11011811 91 In
dia. National Distillers' also dr""'"'
nated a bottle of scotch which :
was very much apprediated
The highlight et the day !wax ..,
the presentation to Louise
nolds of a life membership certl-
hate in the PWGA. Louise ons:;t
of the few charter members of "I
PWGA now on the Isthmus, ,,
leaving soon to make her home s
in the United States. The best'.
wishes of all the golfing girls ge):,,,,,";
with her. Another rememberance
presented to Louise wall Pairig;;tet Pairig;;tetpollen
pollen Pairig;;tetpollen figurines tom' an- the 3
members of PWGA.
PWGA is losizig another enthu enthugestic
gestic enthugestic golfer when Eve Monteath
leaves in Judy. We hope the Motk,,,
teaths have another tour in Pau- 1'
"'Following C1eo who,' naturally:
took low gross and low net honr''
ors with her 73 were Bev Dilfer;:'
with a net 66, Connie Bishop neV.
70, Pearl Trim net 71, and,
Reynolds net 73.
Pearl also won 6 prize' for thli
least number of putts (27). This ,
prize, a lovely silver plate, t(t
well as several others were do.
nations of Louise from her pat::".
sonal collection. ,.$.at
PWGA 'members appreciate the:'
warm welcimie extended by de
staff of the Ft. Davis Club antl,,,L"
the use of their fine golf course.
The July PWGA tournament,
will be held at the Gamboa Golf
Club. Just an advance notice tti,
you who are planning to play
there can start eating your wheat.T.4
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: t night's victory was only his 24th
But he did go out end give Louis
bail out all the foreign boxers
By ROBERT MLIBIL
Y a fierce tussle for 15 rounds.
1, as : big leaguer in a five-year who for ears have been suspect
3V4erm6a3a.k of South Africa, 6-2, 8-2, 'J.., ., ........................................................... .... .:.,e1;:al
i to.' ca r. His record this year is 4-1
ri when they climbed through the Godoy went 15 with, Louis, too, WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI) Six other Americans also ad- MANUEL ARMENTIROS
i u se was sub-.500 pitcher the last ropes in Anieflean 4ingileo., 1 0 although he was st 10 to 1 under- Eighteen-year-old Earl Butch Buch- vanced but two more, including ,,,', o
lt; four 'seasons. There is a variety of reasons 20doy.
holz of St. Louis, in severe pain 1950 winner Budge Patty of Los One of his losses came at the
Wile ability of the visiting gla- Pietrangeli in four sizzling sete Stanford quarterback, ousted Pat- 118-pound monarch Alphonse Half Half''.
''. Half''. baittgetlrfaellte setvriericyk icntnlit ngetupit;Ittost-tInthee whY
: fra e would have set a new major
' league mark, two would have tied
Felltr's exciting record and one
; r woule have tied Dean's NI.
the jaundicede ye. Foremost is
grade-A turkeys. ed la ti
Only three, of all the more re-
cent jumbo sized hnports, gave a hen h
decent a IStemnives a B. eg, suspicion. as to the upset Italy s third-seedd NICOI of Santa Monica, Cahf., former king Joe Becerra, who fights world
diators Geor e Ca entier was d t 4-6. 6-1 6-1 6-0
g. rP yesterday and gained the seen y ,
an tmderweight heavyweight round of the Wimbledcm tennis Gardner Mulloy of Coral Gables, ly 8.
mi for the title in Los Angeles Ju Juw
w Juw went spinet Jack Demp championships along with U. S. Fite, 45-year-old U.' S. veteran Plans call for Armenteros to
fistic immigrants are given But some of the .otohers creat- every time it,e stroked his seryice, Angeles, were .beaten. Jon Douglas hands of Mexican baotamweight
' ml. Three strikeouts in the final that most of them have been
4fd ; .' mart. But he couldn't get them.
( seY in 1921 arM limo buildup. was Davis Cuppere Alel Olmedoand champion; Myron, Franks of ,Los meet local bantamweight champ
in- when, a InganOr niuradaY so' good that it drew the first Barry Mackay. Angeles, Jack Frost of Monterey, Edwin Sykes on July 12, and top
' t At, one of the worst bitters night against Floyd Patterson,
. ,, million-dollar gate. The "Orchid Out of a hospital only a week Calif., Malcolm Fox of Baltimore, contender Hector Hicks on July
basciball history, Koufax is eon- they made a bid for the YeavY- Man" belted Dempsey one good after a minor operation that left and Jack Grigry of Alhambra, 26.
4 stantly kidded by Ms teammates
but keems to enjoy it as mcuh as ....r one and then was punded into his stomach muscles sore to the Calif., all won their openers. The Cuban, who &tends 5 ft. a
Trine were Max Schmeling, limbo.
touch, Buchholz put the blast on The first Russian players ever to in. tall, will work out at the Colon
i thepodo. In fact the computes his
Tommy Farr and Arturo Godoy. The more recent imports have the Italian ace 6-4, 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 in compete in the Wimbledon senior Arena Thursday or Friday. His
6,, batting average by keeping track
1! of le number of foulrather than "Herr Mox" pulledtheoff his brig brigu
u brigu t b to in been even worse. Only four years one of the greatest opening day up- singles both were beaten. Jean regular training camp will be set
I hit e makes during a season. Tr's 371;36Pti -build"uuttlewjar71 ago, England sent tie a btirly lad Bete since the end of World War II. Grinda of France eliminated An- up at the National Gym.
P aps more amazing than his u.
a gtilitsteelnfighht. BLountiChe livect. tohre. named Don Cockell and Rocky The throng of 15,000 decked around drei Potanin, 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 and big Ibarra earned a fight with the
Mercian belted him clean back the famed center gave him a tre- Abe Segal of South Africa walloped classy Cuban on the basis of his
' pitc .ng performance last night
t.. wasethe fact he went 1-for-4 at the Fe' l. w en Is get se nn to Picadilly. The aroma of that mendous ovation.
Men Toomas Lejus, No. 1 in Russia, ten-round decision over Hicks a
! plategetting a sharp single to one wu only overcome by the 6-3, 6-4, 7-5. couple of months ago.
' nght field in the second inning. ATROCIOUS IN TRAINING unpleasaM attar of Patterson's Olmedo, the lithe Peruvian wbo Pietrangeli was the only casual- It was the second straight vie viet,
t, viet, The Dodgers clinched the victo- recent "fight" with Brian Lon- almost single-handedly routed the ty among the eight seeded players' tory for the Chiricano, who deci deci,
, deci, fny ,heri theiynnIneaorectibethirteeye
. broetl'ss ingFarr lioccetilkehdt. earcetilyous
wlInat trttieny- don.
6 Australian Davis Cup team last In addition te top-seeded Olmedo sioned Claudictiltaltinez in the
winter ,won as he pleased over and Mackay, No? 5, Neale Fraser first bout of a comeback attempt
SPORTING, NOT BUSINESS Warren Woodcock of Australia, 6-2, of Australia, Bobby Wilson of Eng- after going int retirement for a
6-4. 6-3, In the day's final center land, Luis Ayala of Chile, Kurt year.
There are many reasons why court match. Mackay, the fifth- Nielsen of Denmark .nd Roy Em- General admission for Sunday's
?, SERVICE CENTER TEHATERS TODAY tee invaders have failed, so of- seeded giant from Dayton, Ohio, erson of Australia moved ahead four-round program is 31.50.
, ten, to live up to expectations. was slightly off form but ousted Ian with comparative ease.
e The first of these is that boxing
1,04130A 6:15 8:30 DIABLO HTS. S:30 7:00 in Europe too long has been con con,
, con, ..o
ti t AIR-CONDITIONED ducted from a sportino angle in- D
William Holden stead of being the pugilistic busi
-,V Ace' C oug Ford Scores Thrilling Int League Lead
, 3:-.$7',, ness that it is on these shores.
,, 4 A 1 10 I. Maggie McNamara
' ( 'at tijkli. ,,,, There is, in thos: jade, a notice noticeable
able noticeable lack of g trainers and I
' 1111' -' ,, -eto.,k "THE MOON IS BLUE" sparring partners, and they were I INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
14" ..41, ''''''''''' ..
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reluctant to dispose of the stand- Victory in Canadian Open Teams L Pct. GB
. ,. ,,,, II ,, Wed. "Return To Warbow" up atyle of boxing ala John L.
tinware The bob and weave ----- o Buffalo
Rochester 89 31 .557
11 "f- 4,ri, ,,
for a three way tie for second
Richmond 36 32 .529 11A
-eel', aiiIM,1 caught them flat-footed.
By DICK BACON
place with Wininger, and Finster 38 31 .551 tol
t i .,,i,,,
!, ',,. :.' The ham donnies from abroad 36 32 .529 11,1
, 1 te ,,. I MARGARITA 11:30 7:00 were so inept that, at One time, STE, DOROTHEE, Que. (UPI) weld. Miami 36 34 .514 21A
i ,. ., oot ), !. Co-Feature
A''''' ',. the New York Boxing Commis- Doug Gangbusters Ford, who Four shots back of the newpCe. HT0ervoanntao 35 35 .500 31A
Columbus 33 36 .438 5
, ',1,,, , YOUNG
e; WILD! John Saxon
''THE RESTLESS YEARS" sion had a rule that foreign thought he "forgot how to wn." nadian Open champion were Don
blokes had to have a demostra- today reigned as tile 50th Canacti- Fairfield, 63-hole leader Cram ton
tion bout in some smaller club an open golf nampion.
before they eould be put into a Forte goll's most consistent
. and Rosburg. Montreal 23 37 .464 6
27 40 .403 10
, big time attraction. The barn ,money winner who wanted "to Tied at 281 were Paul Harney, NEW YORK, June 23 (UP)
i 1 Wed. "This Angry Age" Wed. "My Son John" door was kept locked until they win so bad I could taste it," fi- a winner on this same course two
proved they could knock it down. natty came home a wmner Sun- years ago in the Labatt Open; It was Buffedo's turn today tc
the lead International League.
Johansson lookcs like a man of day when he shot a pressure two- Billy Maxwell, Odessa, Tex., and The Bisons turned n a 4-3 vic
' Y a different stamp and there is a under par 70 to beat out three Jay Ilebert, Sanford, Fla. tory over Richmond last night to
1 AMBOA Phil Carey Catherine McLeod
' terwald shotmaker from Vancouver, was
feelieg in this comer that lie other U.S. pros by two shott Stan Leonard the 50-year-old regain tine lead that has beer
' 700 "RETURN TO WARBOW"
passesd back aond forth betweei
might surprise a lot of people, PAG champion Dow Fins
, Wednesday "Party Girl"
Masters Champion Art Wall, and the top Caoriadian for the eighth the two teams for the last two
m --. including Floyd Patterson.
ime as he shot a six-under 282
Ingo is no worse than 4 to 1. Bo Wininger, Odessa, Tex., pro t weeks.
Ricrmond took, a 3-1 lead oi
He crumpled Eddie Machen with who came from way back to jOin to tie with'Ken Venturi, Deb' City,
r MARGARITA Nat "King" Cole Pearl Bailey
Bobby Deakin's three-run home
' 0 "ST. LOUIS BLUES" a murderous right hand and Bat- the runnersup. Calif., and Tommy Bolt, Crystal
1") Thursday "The True Story of Lynn Stuart" terson is known to be open and Ford, 36-year-old native of New River, Fla. ih the fourth inning, but Buffalo
allerge to a right hand clobber Haven, Conn ; now playing out of bounced back with three in tho
on die shiskers. But regardless Paradise, Fla., started tne final sixth to take over first place te
I o'o, og ; .,
of the outcome, Johansson fig- day with rounds of 68-69-69, one 'a half game.
1!i6'. t PARAISO 7:00, SANTA CRUZ CAMP BIERD urn to give Patterson the best shot back of the leaders, Finster- LEADING The Miami Marlins gaineo
if "RETURN TO 7:00 7:00 challenge he has had yetand do ground in their eattie with Ro
P,';o .1, WARBOW" and "ONE something for the foreign contin- fear-old Bruce Crampton. trey
weld and the young Aussie, 23-
PITCHERS chster for third place by white
4,' !60,t "WOMAN'S MILLION "Scotland Yard
'0 gent in the process. took the fast playing Ford two -washing Montreal on Jim Ar
, T i PRISON" B.C." Inspector"
holes to catch Finsterwald as the cher's three-hitter. The Reo
two went around in a threesome (Based on 7 or more decisions) VVings' lead over Miami was nar
...:, oil 4 OP' MATINEES TOMORROW! i(-- APARICIO RETURNS TO DUTY with Bob Rosburg, Palo Alto, rowed to a game as they lost i
NATIONAL LEAGUE 10-3 decision to Colembus.
,,. 4 Calif., runnerup in last week's
6:, 1, CHICAGO (UPI) Shortstop us. Open. W L Pct. -In the other game played, two
2:00 p.m. MARGARITA 2:30 p.m. Face, Pirates
Luis Aparielo, who missed action The new winner, who has SWAN 11 0 1.000 run homers by Bob Wilson, Day,
,,, ,. o BALBOA
BREED" in Sunday's Chicago-Boston 0
because of a sprained ankle, re reeame
eame reeame won better than 22,000 in 14 ap- Mizell, Cardinals
Antonelli, Giants 9 3 750 Pope and Jim Attobelli powereo
10 4 .715 the Toronto Maple Leafs to a ti tiro
ro tiro o l'HELL'Sd OrerisPOI ST" 0
, ,, i
. .., --- turns to the White Sox lineup to- pearances, figured at the start of
Newcombe, Reds 11 5 .088 win over the Havana Sugar Kings
' ;. ...,,, night. the Canadian Open that "I've bee,,n.
8 4 .667
i playing so good it scares me
be mascalculated when it came to
AMERICAN LEAGUE ItAS DRIVER KILLED
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I V'''. ODAY n IF DOCIAITEICii-- T final round Ford, who is now the
third leading monye whinerboth Wilhelm, Orioles
DAy years-figured it "would take a Laryt Tigers 6 1 .ar'''
9 2 .818
8 3 ,I21
""I Lamarr Hewett, 36, of Atlanta, wa
for the day's regularly schedule,
, forecasting a wnner. Entering the
LAGRANGE, Ga. (UPI) Odu
, (1121 II this year and also in the post war Fischer, Senators 6 2 .750 killed Sunday during a tuneup spi
.. .- 4."ea.e; i 68 to win today." Molise Tigers
! "I guess I was a little off," he Shaw, White Sox 5 2 .7 4 sports ear race. Howell's car wer
5 2 .7 I int oa curve too fast and it flippe
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CAPITOLIO VICTORIA RIO nid with a happy grin. Grant, Indians
...i': '2Se. 30c. 26c. 15e. 1Sc. 160. The victory was worth 3,500 5 2 .7 4 end over end.
t ''.. '1' RANK! 6115.00 Only For,Adultst dollars to Ford end increased his GIANTS SIGN SCHMIDY '1 IC:Iti'r 1
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ARMAS de 'WILIER earnings to $19,335.57, moving him TODAY ENCANTO -25 -15
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o 1K G OF THE WILD RETURN OF JACK PEARL OF SOUTH Almo: Valley, Calif., the U.S. Open win- Schmidt, a 6-4, 245-pound lineritan "SORORITY GIRL,'
ner who finished this tourney 74- from Minnesota, to a 1959 contract.
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:: strikeout shy of the National Robinson, Reds 58 r' .:: :54 W1,11 CIFFI WA.IllatrAl td. .0
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ton cleaned up in the eighth and Allison, Senators 48 .:"
Bob Turley and Sam Jones.
ninth for him. The Giants handed Lemon. Senators
The total of 16 strikeouts in
Itnn KlinP his fourth loss by scor- Mantis Viontramm AL ;;:;i: V "Ze : 44:
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1 KICK COMINOJuan Rodriguez not only felt this way about
missing a putt. The senor wasn't precisely delighted when he
failed to qualify for the United S,tates Open Championship at
J Winged Foot, June 11-13, after corning from Puerto Rico.
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Irdoesn't always' take two to
tango. The common excuse for
Floyd Patterson's poor gates is
that his competition has been tin.
attrtttive. Hell, Jack Dempsey
outdrew him in exhibitions.
and years after he- was cham champloi
ploi champloi too.
WM) was Kingfish Levinskyl
A ludicrous clown. Yet Dempsey
dreW, 23,322 pakl for a playful
onur-rounder wirh him. That's
toil people than Patterson has
plazeA tobi the ilesh
his live championship anga g
',wilts. His top draw was against
:4ut Shoot, 21,650.,
Joi .Louis was also a draw on
his -Own. The Bum-of-the-Month
tour accurately described the ea eatibet,
tibet, eatibet, of his opposition, yet An sev several.,
eral., several., arenas the gate count ex exceedtid
ceedtid exceedtid Patterson's average as
champion. And if the point be
rallied that admission prices were
lower, let's examine Ate 'subject
from-another angle. .
Tony Galento had been beaten
20 Ulric; and stopped twic e,
Scarcely the stuff of which ring
immrtality is made. Still, Louis
in the other corner, 34,852 paid
$333,308 to attend. This was 13,-1
000 pore in people, $99,125 more ;
in Money, than Patterson drew 1
svithunbeaten Roy Harris.
One, 'more example and the ju jury
ry jury can take over. TallYi Mauril Maurillo
lo Maurillo lost to lightheavies like Ilitly
Soose and Gus Lesnevich and
Was twice beaten by Jimmy Bi Biting.
ting. Biting. Matched with Louis 38,489
put i.-Ic .5,060 in the box office to
see4im stopped in one round.
Taus the .record refines the
daim that mediocre challengers
slut Patterson's turnstiles fig fig,urelit
,urelit fig,urelit There a lot more to it than
that Patterson doesn't send you,
its if cats sty. He lacks the per perloud
loud perloud magnetism, the dynamic
quality Which exeltes Imagination
Indmicreates the Urge to see him
sintly as an exeiting performer.
Ettraordinary ability will 431-
ways assert ktelfand the pub public
lic public ill respond in spite of
whaeky direction and fumbling
exploitation. Against Archie Moore,
Patterson was brilliant; in all
' aubtequent appearances he h es
runethe gainut front apathy to
Nnt. since Mickey, Cotten, made
a glt611lor the aanellty 61 tht'
' home, have so many Tv. sets
1 anaPPed off Se quickly a athe
the athe land as on Derby Eve
ahn Yatterson sieve defended
against blubbery Brian London.
Vitas this a carry job? It may
wan have been., And if k was.,
, It does the champion use for
e? Pattection, parrofing his'
'.i : 48Seri Signor Fliplid, is now
' ttScking the press: If 'be is the
: 'OW draw 'in heavyweight histo histoO'r,Ithe.
O'r,Ithe. histoO'r,Ithe. sporta writers a,re to
) t 1,
n,,',' (A) ,11boon as I knocked citIt
,,Moore, the writers called him an
' Old Aran. Comment: WW1's. he
WA ,I1 and beCause be was, ,and
ola 'ecently' been Ouiverized by
I Itpelty Mercian, we Ticked 'Pat,
.,,terrh: What's' more,. bet him.
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never the pains ot sumatism,
'Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumbago, Sole
rut, Stiet mmiolss and swolls
ointop maim you miserable, gst
OMIND from gour druggist at
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' testis roller 66 You elm else world
Stud live In comfort, Don't matte
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(BY "HOrricane Jackson is the
No. 1 contender. I beat him and
what do the writers say? Jack JackSOn
SOn JackSOn was washed up, and, besides,
never was any good." Comment:
Whatever ability the champion
possesses is debased by his use
of this oafish punching bag al a any
ny any kind of criterion.
(C) "They don't call Johansson
a bum now, but if I beat him, I
guess they will." Comment: As
the young Swede has never
fought here, who Can tell? May
NO TIME FOR TEARS
Patterson's pique is understand understandable.
able. understandable. Even if he isn't sensational
at least he wins consistently.
AndA it isn't tils -fault the compe competition
tition competition isn't very good. But in
view of his low-voltage perform performances,
ances, performances, one must wonder how he'd
react to a top level challenge.
To compensate for his artistic
anguish, Patterso has had a se serene
rene serene and,-1,,ardijit cqreet. Pew
heavywetght chimpion have got
so much for beating so little.
Moore's the only pro he's met.
TV revenue has put Patterson
in the big money class. If he had
to depend on what his, fights
drew at the gate be'd be far
down the list. The Peter Rade Rademacher
macher Rademacher box office, $243,000, is
still Ms high. He drew only $228,-
145 with Moore, Whereas Mercia Mercian
n Mercian drew $948,117 with 61,574
paid. Put your crying towel -away,
Floyd. Just make sure no nobody,.
body,. nobody,. wakes up.
The Margarita Summer Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Basketball League got under
way Thursday night with the
four teams -taking part in the
The first game saw Don
Humphrey's "Cristobal College"
team take the better of John
Boseman's to the tune of 41 to
30, The first quarter was close 11
to 10, Humphrey's team up.
From there they started to move
a-way with a half time score of
21 to 17 end third quarter 31 to
Humphrey's team seemed
balanced with most of the scor scoring
ing scoring coming from four men,
Humphrey, Donohue, Sanders and
Wainio. Donohue was high wan
For Boseman's team the scor scoring
ing scoring was limited to three men,
McGOff, Jacques and L. Palum Palumbo.
bo. Palumbo. Palumbo was high with 11.
Boseman's absence was missed,
his scoring power could have
made the difference.
The second game pitted Jim
McGloirt's "Falcons," with a iull
teem, against slightly undernarn undernarned
ed undernarned Hugo Tompkin's. The "Fal "Falcons'
cons' "Falcons' juinped off to a first guar guarter
ter guarter lead of 14 to 6 and were nev never
er never pushed after that. Half score
wes-23 to 18.
High point man fin. the Fel Feltons
tons Feltons was Capt. McGloin with 18
followed closely by Bill Gibson
High man for Tompkins was
Hakanson with 10 followed by
Kleefkins, B. Will and Tompkin
with 8 each.
The next game will see Jim
McGloin's "Falcons" match snots
with Don Humphrey's "Cristobal
College" Tuesday June 23, game
time 7 p.m. Immediately after
completion of the first game Hu Hugo
go Hugo Tompkin's team with tussle
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In Best Shape
Of His Career
By JACK CUDDY
CHATHAM, : N. J. (UPI)
Heavyweight Champion Floyd Pat Patterson
terson Patterson finished training yesterday
and announced, "I'm shooting for
recognition Thursday nightI'm
shooting the works."
He said he was "more eager'' for
this fifth defense against Swedish
Ingemar Johansson at Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium than for any fight since he
won the vacant title in his 1956
match with Archie Moore.
Floyd, weighing 182 pounds, look looked
ed looked lightning-fast in two round of
sparring here at Entail's Camp.
Before bout 130 spectators, in including
cluding including 28 sports Writers, Pitterson
sparred one round each with Bill
Tate of Chicago and Lou Jones of
He concentrated on sliding under
left jabs and straight rights and
battering his opponents with salvos
of hooks to the body and head.
When he had finished sparring
and six rounds of gvninasium ex exercises,
ercises, exercises, a sports writer said, "I
suonose you are glad this is over."
"No," the champion replied.
"I'll feel 'like boxing tomorrow and
the next day. but I know should
not do it and won't do it. because
then I would lose my eagerness for
Reftrrine to his desire for tiree4
ognition" Floyd said he hoped fer fervently
vently fervently that the nubile some daY
would recognize him as a good
champion, "even if it takes me 25
or 30 more fights."
He explained that ,in his four pre previous
vious previous defenses against PUTTIOR110
Jackson, Pete Rademacher, Roy
Harriq and Brien London, he did
not achieve recognition for two
reasons: First. the sports writers
referred to these challengers as
"bums," and second, because he
was not too imoressive himself.
"But I feel :00 per cent sharper
now than I did before the,fight
with London on May 1," he said.
"I'll certainly try to do my best a against
gainst against Johansson. How long' the
fight lasts depends on him. If he
lets me, I'll take him out in a
He grinned and added, "but of
course, he might take me out, too."
Trainer Dan Florio said: "He is
in the very best shape of his ca career.
reer. career. He's terrific."
Cooper Title Threat
in Pro Het Tourney,
Claim Mamma Iva
FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPI)
Aussie Ashley Cooner is a real ti title
tle title threat in the $15,000 Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament of Chamnions nro tennis com comnetition..according
netition..according comnetition..according til rookie Dr
Sam Giammalva of Houston, Tex.
Conner advanced to the seeond
round Sundav by downing Giam Giammaim
maim Giammaim 11-1. 6-3, while fellow Aussie
Mal Anderson defeated southpaw
Mervyn Rose of Australia. 6-2, 8-4.
Tournament players took a day
nff yesterday and resume compe competition
tition competition todav with Anderson opnosing
Lew Toad of Australia and pro
ehamnion Pancbo Gonzales meet meetino
ino meetino KIM Rosewall of Australia.
In the only doubles match Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Anderson and Cowper defeat defeated
ed defeated Giammalva and Pancho Segu Segura,
ra, Segura, 6-4, 6-3.
The singles victories of Cooper
and Anderson moved them up to
the second round along with six
other contestants who previously
had earned their bertha.
The tournament is an elimination
affair. rather then the round-robin
nlay that la usually followed on the
nro tennis Nor. At stake is a $3.000
first prize in single.. Hoad is top topseeded
seeded topseeded and Gonzales second.
Hard4o-see high-house targets
were hard to hit, too, at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Gun Club's Skeet shooting
of Stine 17, some gunners resort resorting
ing resorting to ingenious and novel im imnrovisations
nrovisations imnrovisations to obtain a view of
Russ Norris' "elevation zero"
stance, or squat, at the number
eight post paid cif in pulverized
clay. while W. W. Rowland suc successfully
cessfully successfully tolved She post a e v en
problem by peeking through the
Misers of one hand and shooting
with the other.
Walter Johnston, whoever, walk walked
ed walked off with the day's high score
of 23, and used conventional meth methctds
ctds methctds all the way:
The Test of the tale ig star AlY
R. C. Casanova 22
Jos Rueter 12
J. D. Shiolds
Ave Suton (20. la.), 11
J. C. Lastingor
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HELP FROM SIDELINEAn official gets into the act with body English as William Vrage
of Bemidji, Minn., State clears the bar at six feet eight inches in Sioux Falls, S.D. The per performance
formance performance wins the high iumo at th,e NAIA Track and Field Meet for smaller colleges.
The President Remon racetrack
stewards and patrol judges had
probably their busiest weekend 0,
the year as the Jockeys went
wild with foul riding.
The stewards meted out sus suspensions
pensions suspensions galore. Bad boy Oscar
Bravo topped the list with a to total
tal total of 28 meets. The apparently
reformed Sandino Hernandez was
the runnerup with a total of 16
Other suspended riders were
Ruben Vasquez, Aamdo Credidio
Julio Rodriguez, Juan Pii'd to Dila
and Julio Jimenez Jr. Each of
these got eight meets, ex..ept Ji
menez who got sit.
Bravo got eight meets for
Saturday's second race in
which he and Hernandez fouled
each other while riding Tien
and Montesco respactively. Bra Bravo
vo Bravo was slappod with an addi additional
tional additional 20 (twonty) when he
caused a big uproar in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's tenth race while rid:ng
Bravo deliberately and persist.
ently carried Constantino wide
with Pan Tostado while his en-
trymatr, Siete y Medio, went on
ittie with some' thitigleff."The'
'stewards then disqualified Siete
y Medio on tine basis of a ruling
which states that if any horse of
an entry com,mits an infraction
that in the stewards' opinion af affected
fected affected the result of the race, all
of the horses in the entry can
Hernandez got eight mtets for
the Tierral-Montesco incident and
was slapped with eight more for
crowding Ciria with Tuti Fruti
when tie latter bore in down the
homestretch in Saturday'fr fourth
Vasquez was also penalized
with eight meets for allowing his
mount, King Size, to change
course in the homestretch in Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's fifth race. King Size first
went wide entering the home4
stretch, taking San Vicente along
with him, then veered towards
the inner rail.
Julio Rodriguez, who rode Titi Titita
ta Titita to victory in Saturday's first
race, was guilty of allowing his
mount to shift from the outside
to the inside. He got eight meets
for the maneuver.
Juan Pablo Diaz, who lost con control
trol control of Rego lana in Saturday's
sixth race, got eight meets after
his mount swerved from the out outside
side outside to the inside.
Juni Jimenez Jr. was set
down six meets for crossing Te Teloreo
loreo Teloreo with Liner in Sunday's
Credidio got eight meets for
taking Tatin wide with Granade Granadero
ro Granadero in Sunday's ninth race. Cre Credidio
didio Credidio tiled lodged a foul claim a against
gainst against Virgilio Castillo, who had
the leg up on Tatin, after his
mount was nosed out. The reault reaulting
ing reaulting investigation proved that
Credidio was the guilty party.
Rolando Cruz got a $.5 fine for
using detective gear while riding
Tanganica in Saturday's seventh
Eustacio Garcia de Paredes
netted a $10 fine for being dis
respctful to the weight ludge.
This occurred after Granadaro
lost to Tann.
Trainer Jose O. Mendoza had
to pay $5 for not using the cor correct
rect correct colors on Otorongo in Sun Sunday'a
day'a Sunday'a seventh race.
I $1.....re HEAVY
1 tangly wit)
1 For tough.
tea ea ma am .....
Alin, Inventor of
E. A T S I Floyd-Ingmar
Sorgeant liattle To- Top
Trainer Luis H. Farrugia had 11W i
1 shell out $10 for a similar of-1
nse with Cervecero arta Zapu. 1 eek s Boxing
to shell out $10 for a similar of offense
fense offense with Cervecero anti Zapu Zaputon
ton Zaputon in Stmday's eleiventh race.
Fortunately, Diocese, also train trained
ed trained by Farrugia, won the race
Betting at the racetrack dipped
over the weekend to only $112,-
708. Saturday fans wagered SSC,-
556 while on Sunday things were
much better when $62,202 were
pushed through the pari-mutuel
Win Tough 24-Hour
te Mans Auto Race
' LE MANS, trance (UM Car Carroll
roll Carroll Shelby of Dallas, Tex., and
Great Britain's Roy Salvadori
won the gruelling 24 hour Le
Mans auto race in an Aston-Martin
Sunday after the leading I Italian
talian Italian made Ferrari dropped out
avo 'Minor accidents
marred the race which hit worE
wide headlines in 1955 when a se series
ries series of crashed resulted in 83
Shelby and Salvadori covered
2,695.698 miles over the winding
course for an official clocking of,
112.502 miles an hour but. diu not.
take ovef the lead until a Fer Ferrari
rari Ferrari piloted by Phil Hill of Los
Angeles, Calif., and Olivie: Gen Gendebien
debien Gendebien of Belgium was ilrad ijut
because of a -lubrication failure.
An Aston Martin driver by
Maurice Trintignant and Pierre
Frere of France, finished second
and the Baelgian national team of
Jacques Swaters and Leon Dern
ier was third in a Ferrari George
Arents of Coconut Grove, Fla.,
and Belgium's Georges Billett
were fourth in a Farrari and Bob
Crossman of West Nyack, N, Y.
and Fernand Tavano of France
were fifth in a France.
The gruelling paced forced some
of the world's greatest dreivers
drop outincluding Britain's Stir Stirling
ling Stirling Moss and Jack Fairman
in an Aston-Martin, Britain's
Yvor Bueb and Bruce Ha !ford in
a Lister-Jaguar and Franetes Jean
Behra and Dan Gurney of Ri Riverside,
verside, Riverside, Calif., in a Ferrari.
Moss, one of the favorites to
win the race was forced to quit
only five hours and 10 miwites
after the start because of an oil oilpipe
pipe oilpipe lead. He walked disgustedly
away from his ear after mecha mechanics
nics mechanics examined it.
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NEW YORK (UPI) --Three in
ternational fights, topped by the
big Floyd Patterson Ingeniar
Johansson heavyweight title
match, feature this week's box boxing.
ing. boxing. In his fifth defense of the hea heavy
vy heavy crown, Patterson is favored
at 16-5 to beat all-winning Johans Johansson,
son, Johansson, the question mark from
Sweden, at Yankee St adium
Thursday night in a 15-roundev
!hat will be televised only to
theaters ,and arenas, however, i
will be broadcast tO homes by
THE "TIGER" IN ACTION
Tomorrow night's home TV
ABC 10-rounder brings together
lightweight contender Bobby Scan Scanlon
lon Scanlon of San Francisco and Mario
Vecchiato, champion of Italy, at
the Chicago Stadium. Scanlon.
ranked seventh among contenders
ette rgeibtihiltbxitir Asn., is
favored at 8-5 over unranked Yee Yeechiato.
"It's "even 'money" for midule
weights Ralph Tiger Jones of St.
Albans, N.Y., and Victor Zalazar
of Argentina at Madison Some
Garden Friday mightai Their 10,
rounder will be televised 3nd
broadcast nationally to homes by
NBC. Jones is ranked 10th by The
Ring magazine. Zalaza,r a knock knockout
out knockout specialist, is unrated.
For Thursday's Patterson Jo Johansson
hansson Johansson fight, bringing toget.er
the hardest punchers in the hea heavy
vy heavy division, the betting is 2-1 that
the bout doesn't last its 15 rounds.
regardless of the winner. It's
even money that Johansson does
not go the route, and it's 6-1 that
Patterson d-o-e-s finish.
INGO PREDICTS VICTORY
Promoter Bill Rosensohn ex expects
pects expects at least 40.000 fans and a
gate of at least $600,000. The Tele-prompter
the fight on closed-circug TV to
170 "locations" in 135 American
and Canadian cities, has 550,000
Handsome Ingemar, seeking his
22nd straight victory and 14th
knockout, finighed his sparring
sessions Saturday and predicted
victory "by knockout or by
Patterson of Rockville and his
manager both predcited his 36Ih
victory in 37 bouts; also his 27th
kayo. He knocked out 16 of his
last 17 opponents.
Patterson experts to weigh a
bout 182 pounds, probably 16 less
than the challenger, who stands
six-feet and one-half inch.
If Olmedo Wins Wimbledon
Title, British Will Consider.'
It Victory For Native Peru
By ROBERT C. DOWSOP1
WIMBLEDON tUPI)-- One of
Britain's leading sportwri!ers
the Wimbledon tennis champion championships
ships championships that if Alex Olmedo winds
the men's title it will be regarded
here as a victory for his native
Peru and not for the U. S. on
whose team he is enrolied.
A flurry of smears at the ince
dominant U. S. having to -lendlease"
a stEtr from another coun
try dotted the fairly general fore forecasts
casts forecasts that sometime in the tlot-lodistant
fuure Wimbledon will be
come an open tournament of a amateurs
mateurs amateurs and pros.
The Daily Mall's Roy McKelvie
placed this possibility at about
Iwo years may but others pl-
dieted it would happen within the
ALEX SEEDED FIRST
Olmedo, the crew cut No. 1
men's seed, was the majorily
Choice as the next singles cham champion
pion champion but most experts felt the No.
1 women's seed Christine Truman
19, of Britain was still a year or
They thought she would suc succumb
cumb succumb to America's Darlene Hard
of Beverly Fleitt if Britin's
NO. 2 seed, Angela Mortimer.
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Olmedo's game has not impres impressed
sed impressed local experts who emphasized
that his reputation is based large largely
ly largely on two Davis Cup singles wins
in Australia. In his losing matih
against Ramanthan Krishman oi
Idia in the London champion champions'lips
s'lips champions'lips last week he showed a weak weakness
ness weakness to the backhand and was
thrown off this stride when the
Indian hammered back his big
128 PLAYERS ENTERED
But he is favorite, said Jim
Manning, widely-read ColUnInISt Of
the Sunday Dispatch, simply be
cause the standard of men'a play
is so low this year.
A total of 128 amateurs re!'re
senting 32 countries will be re
presented in the 73rd men's sin singles
gles singles championships.
The program stars Monday
with 64 matchesfour on each of
Olmedo heads the contingent of
22 Americans-11 men and 11
women. He opposes W a r en
Woodcock of Australia on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Earl Buchholz of St. Louis
plays Italy's Nicola Pietratigel
and Barry MacKay of Dayton. O Ohio
hio Ohio opposes South Africa's Van
Vermaak in other first round
matches involving United States
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Phone Panama 2-070 for
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
Fester cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
ilitos. Phone Balboa 1866.
.-Beldwin's furnished apartment'
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
PH I LLIPS Oceanside Cottages
' Santa Clara 11. de P. Plkone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3- 11177 Cristoi pal 3-1673.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely furnish' d,
spacious "rounds, air-conditioned
T.V., hot water, 6 months. Tel.
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you hare a commercial FARAEACA 1,11X-224XtArriltra. 4,NHOIJSE;101170 EXCHANGE-J. Pea. ge ia, Goaa Ave. Ne.,at i0TO.DOMY.--.194 LirertiolualtatTNAve, aunt ciet7trairtvite- Sat, $ p'.21." Sat. for Sun.
contract. MACIA,VAN DER pg---.54 Strett Na.i 113 FARMACIA EL BATE:IMOParties Leitirre 7 Street 0 lEARMACiA 411AS"Vis Pomo 111 NOVEDADES NUS-. .' alisewp. orAiiiii 4
Beside,Hella Vista peatre sad 'ratio at Minimax Saps Market es Vta SApoS COLON OFFICE: IStk sad Amadei Guerrero No. 14121 ... TeL, 432. ,. Office open 8-5 weekdays.
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Foster cottages. bowies Santa FOR RENT:Furnished apart- FOR SALE:Morris Minor 1958, FOR SALL.--RCA Hi-Pi Record fOR SALh--4957 konntore Dow FOR SALLLate 500 and 1.000
Clara and Rio Nato. New low manes in Cantraie,-or unfornisit- only 2,000 miles, showrctom con- Player and Radio, Diamond luxe dryer $175.00, Of host of- motors. le the Nuevo Hialsdromfb 1 ..
6,.; ,rittos. Phone Balboa 1866. ad. two bedroom, livingroom, dition, $1,300. Tel. 3-6507. needle, 10-watt amplifier 15" fez, Alirro'ok 864102. Ismaili, Urbanizatiot across-Hag Ramon GUIDE 1,4 N,. isTocK, pRicEs
-Baldwin's furnished apartments and balcony around. maid's room
FOR SALE:--49 Studebaker 6 Speaker, Antique, white cabinet condition. ' Raattrack. MI iota with street
at Santa Clara Beach. Telophone 1 with service, garage and hot wa- excellent condition. Call Balboa fronts. towage, water min and .1
starlit' coupe, black, radio, star- FOR SALLGold bond minton
c-.,:L it.k. tO7 i tar A Morin NwArra Urns. La 2788. eveninos .1,1...1.- 0.-111 tit LA .11 -....a. -
I I FOR RENT: --- Completely fur furnished
nished furnished throe bdroom residence.
prevoiusly occupied by Bolivian
PAInister in Ecuador A No.
28. Livingroom, diningroom,
kitchen, office, hvo bathroom,
I maid's room with servke, wash
tubs. sarage, inside patio, hot
0' water in all services, direct tele telet
t telet phone line. For inspection, sae
Mrs. Prieto at Ecuador Avenue
; No. 30 or Fibres' at 29 East St.,
rear Mercado Vasco.
ICommercial Sites 1
FOR RENT:---Local commercial
at Justo Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT: 116.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran Franeipani
eipani Franeipani Street, close to Auto Ser Servicio,
vicio, Servicio, S235.00. Phone 2-0481
WANTED:Wish to place on on:iterioncad
:iterioncad on:iterioncad cook-housokoopor. un unable
able unable to live in. Balboa 2-6355.
-WANTED TO RENT: Beach
iggttage for use July and August
lox 4156 Panama.
WANTED:Vacation quartors, first
"Wools in August. 3 bedroom, Wil Wil.
. Wil. ;Mans, Balboa 2-3546.
aVANTED TO BUY:-1950 Ply Ply.notouth
.notouth Ply.notouth or Chevrolet, not too it it:Pensive.
:Pensive. it:Pensive. Second street 2029-sk
LC4trundo. Rhone 113-6172.
"Ifa lima, from Perm( 20th
;41oe Carl Erickson, Balboa, YMCA
"Tuesday Ione 23rd 7 to P.m.
)14fANTEDI Woman 25-45
rim for loousatwork, ironing,
laundry, cookbig, liva in. $40.00
.inonth, phono 2-6388, 12 noon
ft.lio 4:00 p.m. only.
SALE:Boston Terrier pup
4pe 2, AKC regiBttred Call NavV
4986. batwaen 9:00 a.m. to
4:101t SAL11:--1 have five lovely
aPtench Poodle puppies for sale,
LTAKC registered. Call Panama 3-
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tot. Panama 2-0552
Monday film Friday
0:00 a.m. to 12.00
2:00 p.m- to 5:00
liattarday: 0:00 cm. to 1210
Yana ntertra PI
, ---J '"""' '''' -""P --- of the St. Louis Cardinals estab estabV:
V: estabV: 1230 p.m.
I have caused extensive damagt to
crops in Communist North Vel
Ninagmh,eare7ording to reports rea het: iished a major league record for
two-base hits Sunday when he
' slammed two doubles against the
, HOG-YCN Pittsburgh Pirates. The first, num num4
4 num4 f "...'' Every Sunday Similar reports of heavy (lop ber 652, broke the former league
i'v N:. 'damage also have eome from mark held by the great Honus
I';'. ... Commu,nist China. Wigner of the Pirates.
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INTERNAL. DE FILNLICACONES o. 3 Lottery Mara CASA ZALDO--Cestral AVai 41 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Carrasqui Ha FARMACIA LOM LOMBARDOMo.
BARDOMo. LOMBARDOMo. 36 "II" Street 1110Ra10N-4th of July Avs, & .1 at. LEIV1S SERVICSAve. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACLI ESTADOS 1INM-,142 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-144,Xentrad Ara. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-1. tea. sis la, Oaaa Ave. No. ,41 FOTO DOMYJaets Areamena Ave. mad n St. FAR.
MACIA,VAN DER MS-44 Street 04 13 FARMACIA EL BATURROParque Letevre 7 Street FAMMACIA rilAS"Vis Perms 111 NOVEDILDES 41.121111
Beside,ISella Vista Theatre and sepia at Minimax Septa Market ea Via Saved COLON OFFICE: Mk and Amadei GUMMI No. 1421 .m TM. 432. ,.
FOR RENT:---Flornished apart apartments
ments apartments in Cangrsio.-or unturnish unturnishad.
ad. unturnishad. two bedroom, livingroom,
and balcony around. maid's room
with service, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Alberto Navarro Street, La
Casts liana Building. Tit Is. 2-2883
FOR RENT:--Beautiful Duplex
apartment, porch, terraces, gar gardens.
dens. gardens. Casa Vallarine, Transisth Transisthmian.
mian. Transisthmian. Avenida No. 9. Phone 4-
FOR RENT: Well furnishel
two bedroom apartment, one bed bedroom
room bedroom air-cosditiosed, located in
Campo Alegre, near Et Panami
Hilton For 8 months, $175.00
monthly Call 2-2128 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Luxurious aPart aPartment,
ment, aPartment, all conveniences, in the
best residential zone, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, large porch, livingroom
magnificent. independent, kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. laundress room maid's
room. Information, Tel. 1-1107
from 7 a m. to 11 a.m. and from
12 1110011 te 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: $80.00, modern
furnished apartment. 51st. num number
ber number 30. Call 4-1449 or 3-6480.
FOR RENT:Nice 3 apartment,
2 room kitchenette with bath at
34 Q Street. For information Mei Meiropole
ropole Meiropole Bar.
FOR RENT:--In building just
built. Modern apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, individual wash tubs and
clothes $100100, $95.00,
and $90.00 gritIo. epeeist, sliegos nt
for ad ient, Heim Se. 41)
152 Avenida 7a., 'Ceara! 'op 'opposite
posite 'opposite "Almaren Chambonnet."
For information: 8th street No.
5-30, QUijaritt. Phone 2-2718.
LOST:Mynah bird, black with
yellow walltes, orange dolor bill,
and yellow lege, white spot en
gogitthvietk4C101111, kW, tbnittillo
wolf whistles, anyone seeing this
bird please call Balboa 3026.
BONUS BABY Tim McCat-N.1er,
17, received eongratufi
latory messages in Memphis
after being signed by the St.'
Louis Cardinals for a bonus
in excess of $60,0000. A school
boy catcher, he was assigned
to Keokuk, la., Class D club.
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Tyres of Auto Insurance
AIN RUINS CROPS
SAIG9N, Viet Nam (UM
4tleavy rains and strong winds
aye caused extensive damagt to
erops in Communist North Viet
Nam, according to reports reach reaching
ing reaching here.
Similar reports of heavy (top
damage also have eome from
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FOR SALE:Morris Minor 1958,
only 2,000 miles, showrctom con condition,
dition, condition, $1,300. Tel. 3-6507.
FOR SALE:-49 Studebaker 6
starlit' coups, black, radio, ow owdrive,
drive, owdrive, very glean. Call Ft. Clay.
FOR SALE:--1957 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, Fordomatic radio,
power steering, trunks unit, air airconditionin.
conditionin. airconditionin. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:--1950 Hudson, 4-
door, good transportation, S200.
Call Balboa 6-412 or Balboa 6-
326, evenings only.
FOR SALE:-54 Mercury Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, two door, hardtop, Merc Mercomatic,
omatic, Mercomatic, w.s.w, extras, 37,000
miles. Balboa 6426.
FOR SALE-1950 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, good condition.
$250 00, Cristobal 3-1343.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford V-8
Custom 300. 2-door Sedan. Per Perfect
fect Perfect condition, 16.000 miles.
Price $1900 will consider all of offers
fers offers Must sell before June 30.
Contact Mclivaine. Hciuse 248-D
Coco Solo. Phone 36-356. For
demonstration on Pacific or At Attlantic
tlantic Attlantic side.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
convertible Impala couoe, model
1767, color Harbor Blue top,
equipped with Turboglide, push
button radio, and wow. tires,
available for delivery at Miami,
Florida, on or about lutv 11.
1959. 52,776 00, Call Mrs.
Brown Panami 2-1759 from 2:00
to 5 :3 0 p m. or Jack Kerr, Colon
FOR SALF:-1956 Ford Sun liner
convertible, Thunderbird engine,
Power tteerino. Fordornoic. ra radio.
dio. radio. duty paid, Si 550. Navy
FOR SALE: -, 1959 Chevrolet
Bel-Air sedan, two tone paint,
w s w., 2,800 miles, like new,
$2300. Phone Balboa 2-2744,
inquire 0599-A, Sayan St. An AnCCM.
CCM. AnCCM. SERVICES
Experts in TV, radio. Hi-Fl and
We do mom Work. because we
do it. theAseithe 'bkad Ntu. Sal
PhonW VTIOS7" -,"'"
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20,
n4 rastifio '111041.
Phone 9-7601 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect demos e.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency of motnthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boots Cr Motors 1
FOR SALE:-30' cutter "Nord "Nordstar"
star" "Nordstar" Balboa Yacht Club. Carl Carlson,
son, Carlson, Balboa 3548.
FOR SALE: 14' Fibers; Jailed
runabout, 1958, 35 horse out outboard,
board, outboard, trailer, accessories, $65O
0433 Anson, phone, Balboa 6326
or 6412. ,.
FOR SALE:Runabout, 13 feet.
15 kis., Evinrude, trailer, con controls,
trols, controls, complete. 8400. Clayton
Bids On Addilions
To Balboa Commy
A low base bid of $83,778.10
was offered by the Isthmian
Constructors Inc. on additions
and renovations which will in increase
crease increase the floor space of the
Balboa retail stA)re. The bids
were opened yesterday in the
Administration Building in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
The Isthmian Constructors
also made a low bid of $2374 on
the construction and installa installation
tion installation of new display cases.
Bids on the project also were
teieu by Wrigh Brothers of
Colon and Bildon Incorporated
The work to be done at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa will consist mainly of the
construction of two new floors
at the rear of the main build building
ing building in the area now used as a
loading plat! orm.
The addition will increase the
floor space in the grocery see seetion
tion seetion and will lead to the even eventual
tual eventual increase in the flour space
in the ;tress section on the sec second
ond second flObr of the retail store.
MUSIAL SETS DOUBLES MARK
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Stan Musial
of the St. Louis Cardinals estab established
lished established a major league record for
two-base hits Sunday when he
slammed two doubles against the
Pittsburgh Pirates. The first, num number
ber number 652, broke the former league
mark held by the great Honus
Wigner of the Pirates.
VIZ 1PANAMA AMERICAN AN
FOR SALE:RCA Hi-Fi Record
Player and Radio, Diamond
needle, 10-watt amplifier 15"
Speaker, Antique, white cabinet
excellent condition. Call Balboa
FOR SALE:General Electric
Monitor Top Porcelain Retries,-
ator New Unit Bridge Tables
One easy Spin Dryer Washing
Machine. Phone 6-103 House
FOR SALE:Iron pipe 24 and
28'. Pon t 48. East 25 Street,
Calidonia, Gonzilez-Espino S.A.
FOR SALE:Remington portable
typewriter. Excellent coodition,
535.00. 2235 Carr Street, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, C. Z.
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DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
GEORGE D. BARB Ir., H.E.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques,
niques, techniques, Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho-Kinesielogy,
14-49 Ave. 13, Estudiante,
21). 9 to 1 and 3 to 8. Tel. 2-
3985. Bv appointment.
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! GOOD SHOW, OLD BOY!--Eddie Hopkins of the Bolton
Nanderers flies through the air with the greatest of ease to
make a save duringthe International Match with Italy at
LYembley Stadium, hardlq Loudon. More than 90,00 cheerJ
Resigns As Trend
To Righl Confinues
BUENOS AIRES, June 23
(UPI) President Arturo Fron Frondizi's
dizi's Frondizi's entire cabinet resigned
last night, clearing tne way for
reorganization of the govern government
ment government in the current politico politicomilitary
military politicomilitary crisis.
Frondizi immediately rejected
the resignation of the secre secretaries
taries secretaries of war ,navy and air.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
HEREIA June 20 June 25
LIMON June 27 July 2
COMAYAGUA July 4 July 9
ERA BERLANGA July 11 July 10
ESPARTA July 18 July 23
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo )
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
IIPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return 5275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return $400.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA,2-2904
INDEPENDENT DATLE NEWSPAPIES
!OR SALE:-...1957 konmore
luxe dryer, $175.00, or boot of offor.
for. offor. Al brook $63102. losollont
FOR SALLGold bend minion
plates, dropleaf mahouany table.
maple table, bed, chest of draw drawers,
ers, drawers, bird cage, Venetian blinds,
lamps, dishes. Slier H u s
5711-C, Shonts St.. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Leaving country,
mahogany dining table, seat eight
Phone 3-3485. Panama.
FOR SALE:--livingroom couch,
chair, refrigerator, 3 stepdown
tables Rattan, largo diningroom
table, 10 chairs. buffet, 2 end
tables, several other itemsall
low priced. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALLMatch stick bamboo 1
drapes, studio couch. glidor. beds,
bamb o furniture, mahogany
chairs, miscall 819X-A,
Croton St. Balboa.
FOR SALLClothes dryer, 59
Norge, electric, like new. $150.
FOR SALE:Motoroyclo Maio
Blizzard 250cc. Tel. 'Colic Co Colon
lon Colon 830. 12:00 noon 6:00 to.m.
Well-informed sourcem predict predicted
ed predicted he will retain at least four
of the cabinet's civilian mem members
bers members as well.
The cabinet shakeup, Argen Argentina's
tina's Argentina's second in a month, is ex expected
pected expected to continue the trend to
the right which has character characterized
ized characterized Frondizi's policies since he
broke with the Peronists and
Communists whose votes Insur Insured
ed Insured his election last year.
Interior Minister Alfredo Vi Vitolo
tolo Vitolo said the resignations were
with the military pressura which
has rocked the government dur during
ing during the past week.
June 16 June 24
June 23 July 1
June 20 July
July 7 July 15
July 14 July 22
Every (ILO Days
Chi Milled Figs closes 11:38
a.m. Men.--is Fri., 11 a.m.
Sat, p.m." Sat. tor Sum
Office open 8-5 weekdays.
FOR 5.611:---Loto 500 and 1.000
meters. in the Nuevo HipOdrome
Urbanization acroas-the Ramon
Racetrack. Al tote with street
treats. sewage, water main and
electricity. CaN W. Mci lateen.
FOR SALE:Residenco at Los
Angel's, three bedrooms, two
porches, terrace, independent
maid's room. 38,000 down pay payment.
ment. payment. Phone 3-6697 from 2:00
FOR SALE:--Modern Chalet
Magnificent area. 95 street Pai Paitilla
tilla Paitilla No. 45. Two bedrooms.
livingroom, big kitchen, maid's
room, beautiful lawn, garaim
600 square meters: Mortage
$6500 Cala de Ahorros. $10,000
cash. Phone 3-22P4.
FOR SALE:--Beautiful residence.
4 bedroom, Rvingroom, dining diningroom,
room, diningroom, library, recreation room,
large kitchen, pantry, maid's
room with service, hot water, ter terrace,
race, terrace, garden, garage, land 1.800
m. 9th. Street No. 21, San
Nursery School, open all summor.
Call Balboa 1214.
DI-GAS. Gets rid of mildew end
mold American SuPOIY. 13-06
EXPERIENCE DRESSMAKER has
time available for other clients.
Call Pan. 3-6176 between 8 e.
on. to 4 owl.
Business Establishments. Choice
spat still available for displas,
at VIM. teener carnival, Al Alb;ook
b;ook Alb;ook Field, June-30 July S. Call
Curundu 6233, for information.
Hagerty Res ling
WASHINGTON, June 23 (UPI)
White House Press Secre tarY
James C. Hagerty was reported
making satisfactory progress to today
day today following an operation for
removal of an acutely inflamed
taheb,,ttperation, performed yes yesterdaylby
terdaylby yesterdaylby Army Surgeon General
Maj. ,Gen. Leonard D. Heaton,
was reported successful. Hagerty
was said to be resting ,as com comfortably
fortably comfortably as could be expected.
He was to remain is a post-operati6e
room at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center until this
afternoon. He then will be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the hospital section re reserved
served reserved for top officials and rank rankim
im rankim military officers.
Hagerty had not felt well for
several days before entering the
hospital yesterday morning. As Associate
sociate Associate Press Secretary Anne
Wheaton said he suffered some
symptoms over the weekend and,
continued to feel uncomfortable.
She said physicians decided then
on an immediate operation.
Heaton is. the physician who
performed President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's 1956 Ileitis operation.
I CHECK Marlene Bauer
Magge makes the yeomen's
jprofessional tour under the,
watchful eyes of husband, Bob.
LOWESTOFT, England (UPI)--
Jams Downing, 27, climbed a 127-
foot ladder yesterday to rescue
a stranded cat and weakly asked
for a cup el tea whom he de deocended.
ocended. deocended. ean't stand heigh," he
INVITED TO MOVIE SET
VIENNA (UPI)Italian sdreen
star Sophia Loren has invited So Soviet
viet Soviet Defense Minister Marshal
Rodion Malinovsky to sit in on
the filming of her latest movie
"Olympics." Mabnovsky current currentlly
lly currentlly is on a state visit to Austria,
Iwhere the Paramount production
is being shot on location.
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By SAM IHULSKY
Q. I feel that convertible bonds
offer the advantages of common
stock growth plus the protection
of a blong, a fixed return. How However,
ever, However, so many are selling at pre
miums that'it is -difficult to se select
lect select those that are attractive at
A. ou're';'right, of course. The
convertible debenture does have
two-way appeal. And you're also
right that many are selling at
premiumC. That is only natural
with the 'stock market at n,high
You can find convertible bonds
that are not selling at a premium.
In most eases, however, this is
because the stock is still well be beloW
loW beloW the conversion pricefor ex example,
ample, example, Lowenstein 4 3-8s, Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Northwestern 4V2s, Fairbanks FairbanksMorse
Morse FairbanksMorse 534, Capital Airlines 14.
Others around the conversion
priceand with premiums around
10 pointsinclude Dresser 412,
Allegheny Ludlum 4s, Scotss Pa Paper
per Paper 3s.
Convertibles are a highly, spe specialized
cialized specialized field. I would be reluc reluctant
tant reluctant to advise anyone to buy
them on price alone. (In fact, I
feel the same way about any se security.)
curity.) security.) You shoultUdiscuss your
problem'Avith .8 reputable broker
who can paint out the specific plus
and signs on each issue.
Keep in mind, convertible de debenture
benture debenture sells on a combination of
two bases; its CdtiVerSiOn Privi Privilege
lege Privilege (and "that depends upon, how
close the common stock to, or
how much it is above the conver conversion
sion conversion level); and the bond's own
investment value (how is rates
as a straight bond). You need ex expert
pert expert evaluation for these.
Q. We have never owned any
stock. Now my son, 15, has a few
hundred dollars in the bank.
Would some seven per cent reap..
ty bonds be a better investment?
A. I don't think so. ,
If the bny h'as $300,in the ibauk
he eollects about $10 a year m in interest.
terest. interest. If you put the money in into
to into the bond he will get $21 a year.
It would seem to me that eith either
er either you keep the money,, in the
bank,,,where it is ready,4t.,a, mo moment
ment moment s notice, or you. teit-11, into
some securities in a growth in
Wall Street I
NEW YORK, (UPD The
consensus in Wail Street is that
there will 'be it summer rally
Brokers reason thit'the rriar4
ket has successfully absorbed a
lot of selling in recent months,
indicating a strong underlying
They now look for a,Jeriod
of irregularity' in': stck -OriceS
during which the market will
set the stage for its next test
of the recent highs in the Dow DowJones
Jones DowJones averages.
Bache and Co. sums uo senti sentiment
ment sentiment with the ObserVation that
it is likely 'MOte' backing and
fillin gwill be witnested as a
base is built from which an at attempt
tempt attempt at matching the 1959
high in the averages can be
There is significant underly underlying
ing underlying strength to push prices
higher and "we feel that a test
of the former high is now in
the offing," says Van Alstyne,
Noel and Co.
Value ',Litie survey feels the
oil inchistry is passing into
"troubled tittles" with the re result
sult result oircompany earnings likely
will display limited growth and
heightened irregularity., It says
oil stocks probably will game to
be thotight of primarily as in income
come income "'producers rather than
capital gain issues.
Since the start of this year,
the National Securities Series
a group of seven mutual funds
has increased its holdings of
Copper and Tobacco sotcks and
tome public utilities.
The Pacific Steam navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
- TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND ennx
610 ASELMIVUIVAIN IL
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" litwittplalY
S.S. "LOCH GARTH" June SI
S.S. "LOCH LOYAL" intv
ikLL SAIL1NGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE wrrm) ------grerNngonat
Cristobal 3-18545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 3-1815
tiEiDAY, Itnat 12;
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NEW YORK, Jtme 23 (UPI
Stocks opened a shade easier a
balance today in m 0 d sr st t t
AOF hid 1101)
,. Advocate Asbestos 275b
, Allegbany Copr 11
Muminitim Ltd 34
,:Amer Cyanamid 5546
, Amer Motors 39'
Amer Tel and Tel 7S
Anaconda Copper 93
Arkansas Fuel ,, $444b
AVCO Mfg ,' 15
Beth Steel MI6
Bettimer Corp llb
' Bicroft Uranium 90b
British Pet 13-111
Canadian Engle 10b
Cerro de Page0 110444
Chicago Great West ill
Coastal Caribe 146
Colgate Palmolive 35
Colorado Fuel 29
Creole Pet 48
Crown Cork and Seal NI
Cuban Venezuelan ON
Du- Pont .. i4;ii
El Paso Natural Gas 31
Farchild Engine 7b
Fargo Oil 514b
Felmont Pet 9
General Electric 79
General Motors 49
General Plywood 2414
Gull Oil 109
Herm Steel 40b
Hayden Newport 1846
Howe Sotind 181A
' Imperial Oil 4046
Montrose Ohem 14
New Eng Tel and WI 193b
Northrop Mr 34b
Olin Mathieson 91
Pan Israel 5-19
Phillips Pet 44b
Reynolds- Vete! 100
- Royal Dutth'Shell 41
Servo Corp 2710
Shell' Transp 18
Singel Oil atid Gal 39
Sinclair Oil IN
Standard Oil NJ 40
Sterling Precicion 31
Superior Oil 1,790b
Texas GuN Prods 111;410
United Canso ON 144b
US Rubber itt
US Steel 99
Westinghouse Ellee 91
Wheeling Steel 91
dustry able in I field fal
which the boy is interested. He
will then have the fun of watch,
ing his stock, receiving dividend
checks (die amount is not impor.
tant) and, most of all, receiving
renrts describing die affairs el
an industry in wMch he is inter intereste&
este& intereste& All this combined with the
hope that his capital will grow
over the years.
Q. My daughter, K, begin beginming
ming beginming work.and will be able to
save, $50 to $100 a month. Should
she buy insurance and, if se,
what kind? Or should she buy
A. There, have been several let letters
ters letters recently which seem to indi indicate
cate indicate there is a choice betwen
buying life insurance and com common
mon common stocks. Frankly, I onn't goo
Anyone who has others depend dependent
ent dependent upon him must have insur.
ance and even those who are' foot footloose
loose footloose ;Ind fancy-free should con consider
sider consider it as a program which is
best set up as early as possible
and which may be converted in into
to into special forms of protection tit
The ideal program, of ours
consists of insurance first and e equity
quity equity investments later. You
don't indicate your daughter's re.
sponsibilities, but iven if she ban
none now she snight wsmt to con
sider basic policy now. She ought
to consult an insurance agent for
that. Later she might madder
MN. "SALINAS" June
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR"
(20,225 Tons) t 1 , LI, t Aug. 14
TO tTNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU', BERMUDA. SPAIN
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
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maintenance. An outline of the continents is painted on.
left workers erect a smaller version.
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subcommittee study at a distance of a little more than i,:,,- .:::::,.:,i,,,i,: m iLow,... ..4 ,:tioocn .... ...:., .....:.:;:4:,..,. DAIIPON, Ga., June 23 (UPI) The youths said one .of thde
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!WASHINGTON (UPI) A de- and U.S. retaliatory bombing of
Uwe expert told Congress yes- the aggressor's hemeland, t h e
terday that much of the world's 'total megatonnage is this hypo hypopopulation
population hypopopulation could survive the ra-khetical war adds up to 4,000.
iiqactive fallout hazard created As the bearings went into their
by, "a very large-scale" nuclear second day, the subiommittee
War. sought to learn from expert wit witDr.
Dr. witDr. Frank Shelton painted a nesses details of what a nuclear
word picture of the horror and war would do to human beings.
clainag,e that blast, fire and radia
titin would inflict on the na- The survivors of the A-bombing
titans attacked and possibly their : of Hiroshima and Nagasaki have
inimediate meighbors. given the world much infor infor,But
,But infor,But he said the radioactive mation precisely to radia ti on
particles spewed into the upper, dosage because they lack detail detailagnosphere,
agnosphere, detailagnosphere, which would spread 1 ed information on just what dose
rotind lhe world and descend the two wartime bombs deli delislOwly,
slOwly, delislOwly, would not seriously threat vered at certain distances.
the survival of everybody.
Shelton is the 3I-year-old tech-1 In discussing the radiation ,haz,
pica director of the Penta-' ard from such an attack, Shelton
gon's Defense Atomic Support A- estimated that low-level radiation
rncy. He was the lead-off wit- from a signal 10-megaton bomb
ness bofore a congressional a-1 would kill every exposed person
tomic energy suncommittee study at a distance of a little more than
ing the effects of nuclear war- l two miles.
Meanwhile. experts said that Residual radiation from fission
more atomic tests are needed to products would deliver an accu accufill
fill accufill gaps in knowledge of what an l mulated dose of 780 roentgens
H-bomb war would do to the in 48 hours to every unpretect unpretectwarring
warring unpretectwarring nations and to the ed person in a 1,300-square mile
world. area. All of these would die.
The s.ubcom mittee was told Shelton also made it clear that
that a major nuclear attack on: non combatant nations close
enough to the target countries to
the United States would destro
or make unusable for varying pe- be caught in the snort-term local
fallout, might suffer greatly. This
riods half the nation's total
dwellings. type of fallout comes down in a
matter of hours, days or weeks
For the purpose of the hear
ings., the su committee assumed after an explosion.
that on a "typical October day" The lethal area for this type of
fallout from a 10-megaton bomb
an 'iggressor hit 224 target areas,
the United States with 2601 would be 1,500 square miles, he
H-Bombs ranging in power from
one to 10 megatons. One megaton,
equals one million tons of TN-T. 32
, Counting bombs dropped on Killed Mostly
Allied targets in Western Europe
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31 Killed, Mostly
Norway Hotel Fire
VOESSESIRAND, Norway, June
23 (UPI) Fire destroyed the
packed Stalheini Touribt Hotel
today end Was rfFIPTI tMe
killed many of tile 0 MeriL
can tourists, visiting there.
Police feared the death toll
would exceed 32 and that most
of the victims would be Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. They said they had rec recovereql,
overeql, recovereql, ysem, INclies, and that
more 7,, WA; ?it S othier persons
vvere missing and feared dead.
There were 147 guests and
about 50 Norwegian employes
in the 50-year-old four-story
wooden hotel when lire lashed
through the building at 3 a.m.
and trapned many persons Ic
At least 35 persons were taken
to hospitals, many of them men
and women between the ages
of 50 and 60 who had come to
this resort area 50 miles north northeast
east northeast of Bergen to view the
country's famous fiords.
Police hoped that some of
the missing had left the hotel
grounds and had merely failed
to report their absence. But
they could not be sure until
they searched the remains of
the tourist inn that was built
here at the turn of the cen century.
tury. century. The search for more victims
was extremely difficult and
dangerous in the still-smouldering
TODD'S It z..1,,
HOSPITALIZED Unable to attend the funeral for her aunt,
actress Ethel Barrymore, is Diana Barrymore, sihown resting in
Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. She is being treated for sec.
ond degree burns on her right leg, the results of a kitchen ac aceident.
eident. aceident. (UPI Ritcliofoto)
With Tear Gas
DURBAN, South Africa, June
23 (UPI) Police tear-gassed
200 demonstrating African wom women
en women yesterday in new out busts
of trouble in thirracially-tense
Police were alerted for pos possible
sible possible further demonstrations in
districts where at least four A Africans
fricans Africans have been killed and
scores wounded in rioting since
A cretild Of t00 Aftitan
en in Kwa Mashn Tw, northeast
of Burban proper demonstrated
outside the municipal building
and threatened to cut the wa water
ter water pipes that supply the town.
The women protested the me metering
tering metering of water in the district.
When they ignored orders to
disperse, police hurled three
tear gas shells into their midst.
The women fled.
Officials charged that the
women were led by three key
figures in earlier demonstrations
in Durban proper last week.
Another demonstration broke
out at Claremont, 10 miles north
of Durban, where 1000 Africans
milled around the municipal
bus depot. T h e y called for a
boycott of bus service and mu municipal
nicipal municipal buses were withdrawn
Durban itself NM reported
tense but quiet.
As a result of the rioting, po police
lice police have closed African beer
halls in Burban for 10 days
Many of the rioting women had
demanded closing of the halls
to keep their menfolk home.
NEW YORK, June 23 (UM
Actrees Marilyn Monroe under.
went a gynecological operation at
Lenox Hill Hospital this morning.
Her doctor said her conditions was
Miss Monroe, wife of playwright
Arthur Miller, entered the ho,;pi ho,;pital
tal ho,;pital yesterday afternoon. Miller
accompanied the toctrees to the
hospital and was with her after
the operation this morning.
The blonde actrees has tried to
have children, but recently suffer.
ed a second miscarriage while
making the movie "Some Like it
"AUNTIE MAME" is just what the doctoror doctorordered...
dered... doctorordered... iS One of the really important laugh laughfest
fest laughfest tides ofTlany years. It's different... "you will
enjoy'it," ic44 the doctor. See ROSALIND RUSSELL'
in "AUNTIE MAME" in Technicolor. OPENS TO TOMORROW
MORROW TOMORROW AT THE CENTRAL.
Paid To Actiess
high mass was celebrated today
for Ethel Barrymore. the last
member of America's royal fami family
ly family of the theater.
' Top stars of -the entertainment
world joined family-friends Sun,.
day night when rosary was recit recited
ed recited at the Catholic Church of the
Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills
for Miss Barrymore, 79 who died
Wednesday from a heart ail ailment.
ment. ailment. Interment was in the same
crypt holding the remains of her
two famous brothers, John and
Lieonel, who comprised the theat theatrical
rical theatrical royal family with Ethel.
John Barrymore died in 19,R
and Lionel in'1954.'
St. Lawrence Canal Opening Nearer
As Elizabeth Reaches Quebec City.
QUEBEC CITY, June 23(UPI)
Queen Elizabeth neared the high highlight
light highlight of her tour today when she
sailed into French Canada, where
she will join President Eisenhower
Friday to open the St. Lawrence
The yacht Britannia tied up at
Wolfe's Cove in Quebec City.
Four howitzers boomed a Royal
Salute as the Queen left the vessel
and walked to a dais and stood at
attention while the National An Anthem
them Anthem was played.
Followed by her husband, Prince
Philip, the Queen shook hands with
a line of dignitaries and reviewed
an honor guard 'before setting off
in a motorcade to tour the city.
The Queen and Prince began a
45-day, 100-city tour of Canada last
Since their arrival, there has
been some criticism of the way
the tour was planned and some
of the Queen, herself.
Dave Garroway, US television
star, and the Canadian Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting Corporation traded barbs as a
result of a controversy over a Can Canadian
adian Canadian TV star's critical remarks
about the Queen on Garroway's
show last week.
The Canadian star, Joyce David Davidsoil.
soil. Davidsoil. resigned from her CBC job
after being criticized for saying
that most Canadians were differ
Life Terms For Four Whit
Leave NAACP Chieftains
death penalty. . ,,,,
The youths have 60 days to file notice of an appeal. But their attorneys said they will not appeal the sentence-,
although one called it "much too severe."
The parents of the 19-year-old rape victim, whose name cannot be published under Florida law, commended.
the sentence. 0,0 Vo
Florida NAACP secretary Robert Saunders of Tampa said Florida Negro leaders also were content with the 014:i
come of the widely-publicized case, regarded by many as a test whether the South has a "double standard" r,
juistiie for whites and blacks.
Scare Shooting At Negroes
Finds 4 On Murder Charges
DALTON, Ga., June 23 (UPI)
Police tiled murder charges
today against four white youths
accused of killing an 11-yearold
Negro boy with shots in intended
tended intended to "scare" a grout) of
Sheriff Donald McArthur said
the boys claimed the Negroes
threatened them when they
drove into a yard driveway to
turn their car around last Fri Friday
day Friday night. It was the scene of
a Negro fish frY.
The boys returned shortly
after midnight with two -12,
gauge, single-barreled shot gims
frorn their home and fired into
the air "just to scare them,"
they told McArthur.
On learigng later Saturday
. that- the 'bby, !Tommy Dwight,
,Ilem had died of a shotgun blast'hi,
NlaY received at the scene. the boys
last surrendered voluntarily and ad adarni
arni adarni mitted their part in the alter altercation,
cation, altercation, McArthur said.
The youths were listed as
nent T.,eroy Gentry, 22; Kermit Prit PritSun
Sun PritSun ehett Jr., 18; Herschel ElkinS.
ecit- 18: and Billy Joe Bolen, 17.
the They were held without bond
Hills for grand jury action.
died McArthur quoted the youths
ail- as saying they found themselves
on a deadend street and were
!breed to time the driveway for
ame turning around.
her A number of Negroes were
and gathered in the yard for one of
tat- the numerous outdoor fish fries
Wel. the Negroes hold, partly to sell
fish sandwiches to passerby and
1942 partly as social events, Mc McArthur
Arthur McArthur said.
ent to the visit of the Queen and
Garrowey, on his "Today" show
broadcast from New York, hinted
yesterday that he thought free.
dom of speech might not be cher,
ished in Canada as much as it is
in the US.
A CRC spokesman said Garroway
was "fatuous and misinformed."
He said CBC had suggested Miss
Davidson take time off but only for
her own welfare. If the pressure
for her return continued to mount,
he said, "we'll be forced to an announce
nounce announce she will be back next
In Montreal, Leslie Roberts, a
well-known Canadian writer, criti criticized
cized criticized tour planners for failing to
carry out the Queen's wish to Meet
as many Canadian people as possi possible.
ble. possible. "As on previous occasions, the
stuffed shirts have taken over,"
Roberts said in a letter to the
Montreal authorities, meanwhile,
ordered a hearing tonight for two
men charged with ripping down
Royal tour decorations in a suburb
in protest against the tour.
Police said the men ripped flags,
shields and streamers 'from their
moorings and threw them in the
"WIND ACROSS THE EVERGLADES" the adventure-crammed
Technicolor film saga of the re renegade
negade renegade plume hunter who foraged for rare birds
deep within Florida's mysterious 'Glades at the turn
of the century, will be exhibited at the LUX ON
THURSDAY. Starring BURL IVES, Academy Award
Winner as the Best Actor of 1959.
The youths said one of the
Negroes brandished a knife and
one said he had to roll up the
car, window to avoid being slug slugged
ged slugged by another.
216 bulled At
a Junior College
For Summer School
A class enrollment of 276 stu students
dents students has been reported for the
Canal Zone Junior College sum summer
mer summer session which started June 8
and will continue until August 1.
The enrollment is only three
less than last year when there
were 279 students registered for
the Junior College summer, class classes,
es, classes, accorcing to Division of
This year the most popular
courses were those in the cum cummercial
mercial cummercial field with 131 students re regis'tred
gis'tred regis'tred for elements ry tyoin g
and 30 enrolled in elementary
shorthand. Two classes in conver conversational
sational conversational Spanish opened on the
Miss Frances Fanning, super supervisor
visor supervisor of the U.S. Schools, is direc director
tor director of the Junior College Summer
Hit By Pneumonia
SPOLETO, Italy, June 23--
(UPI)--American jazz king Louis
Armstrong suffered an attack
of pneumonia today hpurs after
arriving in this medieval city
for an American-European Fes Festival.
tival. Festival. He was taken to a hospital
and a specialist was summoned
from the nearby town of Peru Perugia
gia Perugia to ex-amine him.
American composer Gincario
Menotti, organizer of the festi festival
val festival and Armstrong hosi, denied
reports that Armstrong had suf suffered
fered suffered a heart attack.
"No, it is pneumonia," Menot Menotti
ti Menotti said. "I am not saving that
it is a good thing, but it is
Red Chinese Say
Visa For Harriman
MOSCOW, June 23 (UPI)
Former New York Gov. Averell
Harriman said today Communist
China had refused him a visa to
enter the country because the
state of relations betweens the
United States and China made it
He said the Chinese Embassy
in Moscow told him to try again
next year when "it might be con convenient."
venient." convenient." Harriman, a former US. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Moscow, was closing
a six-week, 16,000-mile tour of the
Soviet Union. He was scheduled
to leave for home Friday, after a
conference toniorrow wirh Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev.
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In New York, NAACP executive
secretary Roy Wilkins said Walker
"set a precedent svhich we hope
other Southern jurists will emu emulate."
late." emulate." "He vindicated those Southern
whites who believe that lustice
must be color blind," Wilkins
The victim's minister, the Rev.
David H. Brooks, said the case was
"a turning point in the direction of
"But I cannot help thinking of
the four Negroes now in the death
house at our state prison for rap raping
ing raping white women," he said.
Judge Walker could have given
the four white rapists a lighter
prison term or even let them off on
"Yours was a horrible and de deplorable
plorable deplorable crime," Walker told the
defendants as they stood before
him in silence, broken only by the
sobbing of relatives.
All four Willon T. Collins Collinsworth,
worth, Collinsworth, 23, Patrick Scarborough,
20, David E. Beagles, 18, and 011ie
Stoutamire, 16had confessed ab abducting
ducting abducting the girl at gunnoint on the
night of her spring college formal
dance and raping her seven times.
In Marianna. Fla., about 50 miles
northwest of here, Negro Tiiny
Lee Clark was sentenced to life in
prison yesterday for the rape of an
elderly white woman.
The white youths were allowed a
short farewell visit with their fam families
ilies families in the nearly empty couttreOrn
and then were transported 1111Me
Speeding was the chief charge
lodav at Balboa Magistrate's
Court as an 4,merican youth
and two Panamanian drivers
clre-,x, varying fines for the of offense.
fense. offense. David E. Tate, 13, a Panama
Canal job trainee, was fined $10
for doing 55 in a 40 mph zone
along Gaillard Highway. Carlos
Isioriega, 23, was also fined $10,
for traveling 35 mph along
Frangipani Street, where the
limit is 25 mph. And rilfrain A Arosemena,
rosemena, Arosemena, 32, was nicked $15 for
mph zone of Thatcher Highway.
Zone operator's license, while
In other business before the
court, Luis E. Guizado, 20-yearold
Panamanian, drcw a $10
fine for failure to have a Canal
taries of war, navy and air.
driving in the Zone.
Lionel G 41, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $25 and
sentenced to 30 days in jail for
tresspassing. Mitchell has a long
record in tbe Canal Zone,
reaching back to 1944.
Manuel P. Garces, 31, Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian bus driver, was found
guilty for the fifth time of over overloading
loading overloading his bus with more pas pasEhgers
Ehgers pasEhgers than the seating capa capacity
city capacity allows. He was fined $25
and his Canal Zone driver's li license
cense license suspended for a period of
y Shows: 1:15. 3:10,
5:05, 7:00, 9 p.m.
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diately to the state penitentiary4.711
miles away. f ,IP ti
Florida law allows parole after,'
six months,:!buf lifers sonviehIC.
of rape custeniarily servo 'Moo
least 10 years. ..
The rape victiM.wat not In tholt
courtroom. She took the witned
stand during the four-day trial ant
told the all-white male jury ShIli I
submitted to the mass rape kw
cause she feared for her life.
No white man has ever bOtirro I
electrocuted in Florida for ria.:
ing a Negro. 1
The four youths were' broira
here secretly from Raiford Sunftl
night and newsmen were not nob.
fied what was was about to tall
place until 30 minutes before th
judge walked into the Courtro064-
The room was almost empty. -',.igh
Judge Walker, whose conduc
the trial drew praise from while
and Negroes alike, was solemaill
he strode to the bench and ordeal:
the four defendants to rise. 41ot
nrou have been found guilty
rape," he said. "Is there any me
son why sentence should not nolt)
Edell youth in his turn rerille
quietly, "No sir."
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They showed no emotion, .414,
though Collinsworth cried earlisr:
when his attractive wife and ttiOnt
yecr-old ,son rushed up to hint,' 1
The youths were not handcuffe
and were allowed the freedortt
the courtroom as they huddled ,,,
relative s, Mr .i..finaLlartw011. ::
Of Nixon Family
Revealed in Book
WASHINGTON, Juno 23 (UPI)
Vice Pres,ixlent Richard M. Nixon.
like many an ordinary citizen.
lives from paycheck bo paycheck,
it was disclosed, today,
In a new biography, "Richard
Nixon, A Political and Perugia;
Portrait," by Earl Mazo, Wash Washington
ington Washington political writer for the Netr
York Herald Tribtme, Nixon
gives this account of his fmanelai fmanelai"I
"I fmanelai"I came to :Washington 12 years
ago with $10,000 in governmeht
bonds, my GI life insurance, a
1946 Ford, furniture and $14.1100
worth of life inglranCe.
"I own no stocks or bonds. vai
only real PrePeal hive &nit!'
terest in ,is the 011ie in witiclii
we live. in Washington. The ptkr ptkrchase
chase ptkrchase price was $75,000, and I
have a $50,000 mortgage On Of 1,
with interest at 5 per cent.
"We have only that amount7tof
money in the bank which is ne neceSary
ceSary neceSary for current expenses. 114
only other things have are,-t a
1955 OldsmObile, our furniture ijia
what one columnist likes to refer
to as "the fabulous gifts" I hit f
received on my trips around tit,
"My wife owns nothing. We-ietually
spend everything we got ;
That is the way it has to be,v;If
I am to do my job properly. i
Nixon makes $35,000 a year mut
receives a $10,000 annual expense-account.
Both it and his aa aalary
lary aalary are fully taxable.'
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chard M. Nixon.,
ck bo paycheck,
Mazo, Wash Washiter
iter Washiter for the Net"'
ribtme, Nixon 4
of his fman043:
hington 12 years
re and $14,300
s or bonds. 3,110
r 1 have an "in "intouse
touse "intouse wnicli
aeon. The pur pur275,000,
275,000, pur275,000, and
ortgage on :tt2
per cent. A..,
that a mount t'Ot
kk which is ne
it expenses. nit
t have are,-.t
ur furniture ijid
;t likes to refer
is gifts" hit.
rips around pali
thK)tilining gwe. Vigoet
it has to be,t:if
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,000 a year and
10 annual ex.
h it and his a-