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S WS AS SM LOOKM OT to ea, Mrs. Rig ,, (lower
ltJ recalls the anguish week she ppent worryjug about
I fate, O h*ta-db d-a eldest son, "Lee, who Sur years
Assailed for 'tUI qn the ytbt Palmoss. The men turned.
s*pafmely on ton e tIa gasa 'Inda after the yacht
. gathered heavy t an.'tilo,.. O hti trip also, she and
b*fr other two 4uildre, ari. 6 aM' John 8, will Rsit this
one out-at home...
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., 1O, ,4 *and L.eebe th rip can t sta -mem
xMwq Jp a d a centerr) conmatdO t lf
Sult a oSad Is -oot forward to h s nw-
ae aat on wiboud taw befwel fo .
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All of a sudden, Afon
was Awmh with a foan ofa
.unltSt ebpped with-white ,.
_ huSt Now lobby
a rts wartumat
.. r vallu bar was
by a group of businessmen weoa-
Ing kha uniforms and Ntal
offlaen' ets far from new.
Whait Ry wanted was a quick
b-r~a-soue newspapers and
to send home to the
AThn a quick run down to cen-
tal Avenue to we all they could
t their hp' eight hours here.
m mi.Ie amen, theme are
Uthe -B# 0 officers and
men bomo the three steoy-
t tB Which put In briefly
.B a out of Long Beah,.
"We're -o aa refresher cruise,
so we won't Jorget," said one
happy faced commander or
"You'll love Lima," a Zonian
"We're loving It all, every min-
ute," grnned his companion, not
quite grizzled but a bit broad In
Among the white hats boiling
over the curbstones there was
the usual proprtion of cameras
but a gl percentage oi
eY a t porty war l u
r Jackets. And when te
MIAMI BEACH, June 25- (UP)
-Police raided a card room at a
hotel today aPd found 13 elderly
worme playing 50-cent limit
"All of them were clutching
their hearts and threatening to
dIe on us, they were so scared,"
Detective Pat Perdue said.
Officers arrested the alleged
operator of the game, Rose Lea-
vy. and placed her under a $800
He said he was tipped off by
vious Vsuakers" of the game
n which only the house profited
by taking a big cut from each
pot. m4 I
MOLOTOV ADDRESSES UY Soviet Foreign Minister V. M,_ tov, speala at tUe U* an-
nlverpary session in San Francisco, Issues a, chn enge to the W rn Powers to agree on Rus-
sla' proposal, made Oi May 10, to stop the arms race. n the background are left to right); Dag
Hammerskjold, Eelco van Kleffens, and Andrew Cordler.
J -- M- -- --a-^^ >f i-~!J
Molotov Half-Heartedly Applauds
Dulles' United Nations Speech
S- a -
BAN FRANCISCO, June 25 He said Germany's "unnatural
(UP) Secretary of State John division" constituted a "grave m-
Foster Dulles was applauded 16 justice... and evil which cannot
times yesterday in his long- be Indefinitely prolonged."
awaited reply to Soviet Foreign A few minutes later Molotov
Mianer V. M. Molotov' "Your knd Dulles' et for 20 minutes
Sext" speech before accompanied at aH r
fto no ofn n
ftbohal dae9" alllauce ii sr.l* 'what
overMtss bases. wa discussed at this morning's
"The Uni ted t meeting.
"which in 1914 and :
sought safety 14 ne uti i a. The week-long "sweetness and
now learned by that hi aex- light" commemorative ceremo-
jerience that security 110J col- nie were disrupted oice again
iletlve action." following Dulles' speech when
Wft A4j. ..WOMADVSAL %- Us".
Molotov half Jheartd Joln-
ed in applause Dfor nly
at the be ing sand end at
Duales' speech. "
Following the speech M*otdv
told a reporter through an inte
"I commented on Mr. D -
speech June 32 (when i
Russia had always wanted
and left It ut to the We ,tOI
make the next move)."
Dunes rece)yed his.. bst
round of appliases when hie..l-
counted how collective secutity
under the Unitei Natlons chSr
stopped the tnese COamanist
march in Korea
"These (coective .ecntyl
systems conform to the chater
of the United Nations," Duies
iThey have attached no 'a-
tion; teyhey e threatened no
nation; and they thwast nte. a-
tlon that does anot ovetlthe fmd
and peoples onr which colletlrf
security stands guard." '
Dulles, speaking slowly Inide-
liberately, listed problemsN slto
be solved befqm a latn
can be found. t ",'
These problems Inla 4
Germany, the satellite s -
tries of easterft rpe, Cf
maumidst Ghbs, -tao ll
communisma api dirumua*
In that erde. c
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IX' rlwt -
eenie g Presluenut aeico van
leffens ruled Czech Foreign
minister Vaclav David out of or-
der, warning gm not to "stray
too far frot tftkibjedt."
Sedlnces For Two
A Panamanian contractor and
a Canal Co., employee who were
embroiled in a road block hassle
outside of Albrook -earlier this
week, were both found guilty
yesterday in the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court, but the Judge im-
posed a suspended sentence in
each case and placed each de-
fendant on one year probation.
The contractor, Jose E. Bhr-
man was found guilty of a, traf-
fic violation failure to keep
to the right when passing. He
was complaining witness against
Max M. Schoch, a Maintenance
Division employee who was found
guilty of battery.
The incident occurred outside
of the Albrook gate on a section
of Gaillard Highway which is
being reeauraced. Ehrman pull-
ed Mi car out of a line, and was
ac oated by Schoch-who Is in
charge of the repair work.
M to.he a
For GIs o0
WASHINGTON, June 25 (UP)
- A special HouIe comnmttei
has agreed Informally op legs-
latlon to bring all Servicelne
under the social security system
on the same basis as civilians.
The measure was drafted by
a committee set up to study the
overall problem of survivors ben-
eflite from military personnel.
It Is expected to be approved
formally and reported to the
House next Tuesday.
Local Rie High
Registration of students who
plan to attend the Rainbow City
Junior enlor High School and
the La Bo Hgh School will be
held July 5, ihas been an
nounced by the Division of
All students will report to
their respective homerooms at I
o'clock In the morning of July 5
to secure their clams schedules
to fll out registration cards, and
to, receive instructions. As oon
as registration has be. compmet.
ed at 9 a.m. student will arrive
at Ia Boca High Uchool from
Paralso and Santa Cruz shortly
bese 8 a.m. and depart at 9:30
nam. Regular full-day class and
bus schelules will egn at 8
o'clock Wednesday morning.
- I s
tegistrationl is not complete
All the regisration cards have
OW- signed by the reponslble
'Ont or guardian. For thecon-
ince of parents the Rainbow
" Junior-Senior High School
I be open between the hours
4 .m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday,
t for this purpose.
Parents or guardians who re-
side in the towns of Santa Cruz
or Paralso Elementary Schools
between 5 p.m. to sig cards.
Parents who live in L Boca
should go to the La Boca High
GStool during the same hours.
The school year in all the Lat-
in American Schools on the Ca-
nal Zone begins July and closes
on March 2, 1956.
La Boca Theater
Schedules 1 Show
As Of Tomorrow
Only we show nightly will be
hded at the La Seas thea-
tre* tomorrow, it was
a 2 day at the
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WASHINGTON,. June 25 (UP) U. S. offichWik-
Congressmen said today that Russia's attack od-n an '
icen. plans off Alaska raises a grave question dflou t
sincerity of the Soviet's recent peace gestures.
Diplomatic sources refused to speculate on what
fect the plane incident might have on the fbrthcqyM
Big Four conference.
But they said the tipoff may come in the kibd of n
the Russians maki to a protest Secretary of State
Foster Dulles delivered in a face-to-face meetith wltlH -
viet foreign minister V. M. Molotov at the Unitd fuWI
meeting in San Francisco yesterday. '.
Officials said if the Soviets reply is made G co
tory terms instead of witb the usual bitter cop~tercNR
placing the blame on the United States, the feident
have little effect at all on the Big Four meet.
Molotov told Dnulle he would The a et dt
make an investIgatioan-presum- wai on a oune
ablending a meaage to Uhe This baren ou
Kr_ i asking for Russia's s ow forms the noi
of the story-and then rep of America's de
back to the secretary ofte.the general o
President Eisenhow.wtourI !enulam d lsup ai
INow Hamsnhire andrine to. IM teI
r ulnthe fo
must be viewed with Pave
Sen. Wane L Morsem
tons CommtSm 7S
-u-aau nwrunce a t -
...aparenty their true I
(Contined Page I)
3iJ m a l
NI A asaid in iAndlr-
cwnese ee of the
.sI,2r. taa I h attack
wreda d. a at-
Inr cairtb ,"AUsonald
He said tbe attem e as a
The drew hado reason to
Hie thatd the atMkmle pain-
pon," e i aen inc
U S. goo have Sadl hor-
derse eet 48lu kead.
vance of the ith ou
cewth ne U. slihtl
bo shel lrt a..th
"The 10ae 1iltoave ben
c ame .repr PAtlaie Ita
the V., to tal r s
De artment here
Fed statagMs a
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SWU .M- ARMiAm*lai PR mEP& 1
_., 4, PAAMA. R. O P.
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useN am WAICAN, PANAMA
OFFPi1 Y. WrirctAL AVNag UZTW95N 12TH AND 13STH
I* Fins uv. JOSHUA G. POWISs. INC
a MaSW.Av. NEW VORK. (17) N. V.
F. IN 'eri.' m :-- I l.ITO t
V r SIX MOlTH4A IN APA ,0----- 660
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SU TO M ttl -- TilE tlADE OWN COLIUMNM
STHl MAIL BOX
The Mai S s e. e g ferm ter medens of The P1asse Aerfde
Li ten s received are uly eand ea handled I wholly asflidenth
me meIr. .,
If yeu eontribut e lane den't be Impetent If r doesn't eppeer
Letters e published i the order received.
try ** to keep th letgn lilmitedto o p ge 48n6th6
atf loner writer i h ld In strictest cnfdeame.
per eas wme responsibility for statements as epeh
the annual report of the "Silver Employes Death Benefli
Clon" for the year 14 I observed on the front page 1
i eP. D. A. Leon, president, to invest surplus fundsa01
;ttn ki real, estate,. "especially In providing suitable
.oi.e members to le" in the Republice of Panama, Ann
in loeal markets M well as foreign. I do not' happt
0. Leon personally, but I am skeptical of his suggestion
amy be more in th e mortar besides the pestle."
Cdnsidering-,, .a objects of this association, whi6b
It hbs been carrying .eViW r0 21 years, and being satisfied to caW-
ry on within Its limitdt sources of revenue, viz: members dus
ard investment in t.S. saving bonds; here comes this recom-
mcndation from the'president for going into the real estate busl-
neua. It leaves plenty cause for consideration.
Takling.$7 a year from a member and paying the sum of $800
$34 or $250 according to the class at joining was considered a
big risk, yet the association has been able to meet its obligations
u o the present with a little reserve fund on hand.
I wonder what those who thought the association a risk at
italrtception thinks of this suggestion of investing surplus funds
It just seem that the amount of reerve funds worries certain
- officers, and in order to escape the vigilance of Panama Canal
officials, who arrange pay-roll deduction for members, these as-
sociation officers are contriving ways and means of gettIng the
funds across the "Limit" to hide behind jurisdictional complica-
I discussing this suggestion with other members I am con-
vinced that this is not a popular wish of the general membership.
W imbers of other districts know nothing about this suggestion.
SA-w officers are active trying to put the suggestion in action.
1 KnowluK that the officials on the "Hlla" will not stand boy
il=see he association's funds thrown down the drain I am de-
AtidingR upon their action in this matter.
An Interested Member
tlo io at MiO t Hope when it is empty. Why not con-_
trate activities and clore off A larger amount of wasted hall
AK1 as well as half filled roomss.
.-. Not sn e~aginefr Just a tax payer
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% laterest Amnually on Savi4p Accemiat
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00-
Smake loans with guarantees on flrft mortgages
or other seourities
2c.-5c.-,$1M and 5.
deposits ore accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual I dt dpoit boDes, ffr jweIr and
'deeoumants, In 4 diffwent sides.
OFFm' IN PAIAMAs
O014M M INCH:
CARLOS MOrN.S vie
,A-A Y..A . .
~M snow * t" pn,.iM"if
Labr News a- -. w ..
Comment 1^i^i O6^'
Uy VWMOR RI.RL
At the request of several cabinet aI ,a
member, isI- a" a'easry%.
agents arc e poring over the amon f
port w leaders-on a womas to
Itron ranging trom wasuinpac0, '
IL U.", 10 We *eat Ca.aL
l in some instances, me federal t
inveaugawrs are going back a u .
e lu yeaLd in an e orit o bpae Up
any connectons atneteen i..e iaoor jobi n Italy of 2"- MUCL' 0
Sen anu te Uinoerworn ....a any or
1auet r trepo rt a con, egu-. a fI ia on
* mate or otawie u l t
This is what's happening. But
aoe no oio nas yet neen ounc d M a s
wmi nave to stay otz-une-recoru.eh
howeverr, nure is no OUu that Ii. Luce bad ot ftbe known "
dthe Jiat aucewi nW o et cos dur uing the I _o n30M.
a u .e auinome tax evasion or "n tiM that=. a g .b e
Sman ever, an sume instances a itU pro. 'B1Ir
i oo. onU. *u w mere as no uoub& red the rafe. late that ae w4O e-w
\a e oo ^ as store power ticians took her, l GIas.
rauceteerma-wag aeaA G"r n \m w be eH sarhe s,
has been warring on the Jusuceo We t t ear 0
'yts. ati suelalag atsacw a nott har In at t hbtat
01" y o u. U aiweney-general, /0: a-p;%es a wo n Wit y" th Ein
bu on o. er ca t ozutrs an tatlr mactwones atomade a
The Inevitable counter-offensive the vlee-prelMwmtal npminatim..Is
tby g ae y -t e by u& lwwrrWSaanttty.da thw arn ilfrts;atueere atirto dg. bIo rtD S b
,siowea-W i chi eal Mgyo1 n1 Ne- eIband's p.ems af d would be t errifi ef
*sue in l our ad"A ~peec"uas on -and -"&rMs. ado's suo me -d
sracteteeraig-wans au rgut mAuso support her. temlperature,whetheheatt
we presaentus campa4a next Je Martin is an earthy, pra o Colorado's cold winters w
e a Je Mlat in toBa n tky Iae-
by glamor. He aleo ho tremen. result of too much glass.
Brownell, in a speech not dos- nflaence inside Republic-.an Also, the critic s the
tge-eray -oteices. by tme country, circles. It -I newsworthy, themre- uist "
5 as, eu noU ce ta&c a wa i tore that he ap a lady vice ig .'
charge tat emocrauc am, dent might have voter appeal.
IracUn nae wo r r; years gnor A _iv So o ealso promised to do what he s there. jst A nr
moor raeuoterMg. eeould'to help M irs.t Lute, i e be an ttI good loult the Air
Sor over tvuWo )y~As now Brow- Though their eiversation waS,For e Acemy plans, according,
peA nas cad tpe ag y UA ggamg _o supposed to be secret, word of it to critical memprs of the House
I te moosn nse auog. Sue an leaked to the GOP national Com. I Armed Services Committee, That,
omary u, at as e a~eas ,Uraequest, rAt" n. Most party leaders let it however, isn't all. Here's th
,ue o'tra t SaSs unuena reqs T ,A be known priately that they worst news for secretary Talbdtt:
such aves tox mn. ue a u s. f 6 a D ow n Y wonder Uli.'t-se o I. ne c the Air Force f etball team may
openn at edssW au caues au, o- W ay Dow n Yon der "e d us they A1 Fore, brasl t col
e ,ctseteer a mon, ol be Irgar et Chse over the, Potsib a that reia
A we same tuale me o Oeasury it h of Maine y team. wont om toa
Dept awgens nave bedao prosom y co0B .Ae. Tas couls lead to a hot con- Sl to yolayn the hIa oy
tour leaders' incomes. 'Ie eu- venting fight next year between a lti ude. They w An
erai, usn a new sleAAque ero-- o th e two lia 1 ie Repusl elso whether any to
caied aets w9rUi.w'Aney line out ighcommand decay s to go for players c be Ipi nto t
how muw anma IS wuu, uay. NEW ORLEANSa-Ordinarily I' Miss Ella Brennan, my chaperone, in the bump joints, hady ladies a lad for second place. It might Air Fore Academ in view of
-uien tSey 1ieriate how muen ue am not allowed to visit New Or- still scolds'me for misconduct, and and panhandlers, give ou the also lad, to the mnd nation and the altitude. And w at. after all
was woru i jears agou, Aex taey leans, because of its bad influence if there is any extra chaperonage large hello and call you byname election of a Ca ole for vie would a rival to Annapols and
easote lsr ao .ucn a earn"g an on me, but Mama is off in Spain needed on the other side of Canal, and say: "How long have you "resident for the first time in West Point be like without a foot-
te lu-year p o ra ey uen see or London or somewhere, and I Mr. Weiss will provide it in the been home?" me a ni ng New istory-Mrs. Luce havingg been ball team?
It me man t, nuer mavesugation reckon I can sneak in a sly visit Roosevelt or Cap O'Leary will Awleens. .converted to the ( tholic faith
cou have put sdae as mucau as i nobody rats bn me, furnish it in the St. Charles. Nobody in Ney Orleans thinks while a member of aCongress. i aly as Congreisman
Shae om is wmast ti ea se an ire- The town never changes for me, Mr. Hip Guinle, the gentleman anything i n out of the ordina Hebertete taxp ayers will 1ve
Soruet on ae n tax reurnas. Unlike a lot of other things and from the Famous Door, is still I cite you an example. Noboy rs. Lace's cididacy. would to shel out $165,000 a year everll
i ithe prooea one saved more places. When my pal Owen Bren- doing things about the jazz bus- thought it was unusual, to a" alio solva one of the problems yoar, just for piping water over a
than no earneu anut cat expian nan showed up at the airport to iness to make an old Bourbon Brennan, who owis one ofp the teding to ause his son n the mutain tthe school.
toe increase i net worth, l ap- meet me, the same bartender said ret man proud to know the dif- ive finest restaurant in the' Repubn can party-Vice President This wht working,
parnaywas vioas ta me osuato Owen: "Oh, so yourboy terence. Apart from Teagarde I world,, standing on. street corner Nixon. A great many party lead. bridge-playing, fast- talking ,
tax laws and is sate or prose Ruark's comin hey." figure think that Santo Pecora blows me eating hot doigs-bu drg k .the powerful GOP mone-raisin Harold Talbott
nuion. Ing very little eke could get Bren- coolest slush pdimp in the buoines. ampa from h inst K t-. nwland contingent of fes w e te bidd
nan out t bed before six p.m. An Eg lisdame namedJerr ware. b had foresight are ig ly o opposed s n
thi Brownl spelled out in My colored J Linn is singing behind him, and r nwad. Irs h ltaudorl. at isotMn yare.a n vi*xtsopose
mis ates' bcenftp a on %be sou IHarry,, 4118r. has, sung that level since fWgtr a bottle of' the hst
e "und or e e, *'g bubbly, since de ei cmi no gem e- mAI35ORO RaAS
irin woyearsthet it the Door Is a e matn e tstw'e tlsuo n w" i fe.
1 r two ears young trumpet named George I "U easy th rh dad wra
a most strenuous eort to eiorce s of rd d b6 really blos. s ve saw tres bud a A Force
'switch. (8i6- %u1 a.to --uil tO bor an'AirereAe#-
S eral c naiaws aga the Cafe L now be Right next,' in the Mardi Grasit but noise ad crwds Tat I the eniseration
astac raceteers wno, o' any Laftte in ExilE, and Diamod Sia Davilla is still blowing avey dn dAi tnds, but New 4Orleans at being handed to the man at the
parts or tne country, havl stedt Jim has got very grand with arg a mount of claret, night br early ne tsl has mor thead of the Air Force today
anti posonce twe rem tlo s tweu huge new restaurant, and Owen is up and down the street my youth glamor fort me than all the Parses fast talking, hard working, ig
usumes management i laaor," rA o v ing, his fine Vaeux Carre endures. and romes combined. GOP money-raising, bridge-play-
nme attorney-generai aisertea. bo adding nouse to enormous new New Orleans is still the most- There is the comforting f"Weeli ng Harold Talbott.
"1'wenty years on virtual tolera. quarters pretty somon relaxed town I ever saw, and in the early dawn, that all the or it looks as if Talbott would
tion oy tue ieaerNt government oi But the apartment over the Ab. your. ego swells when you walk nice people are p ln bed, leaving tave to draw his Air Force Acade.
violence ann exi uOa m ti6e M sinthe House is still there, and iftup and down a certain boulevard the city clear for the bums. Busms my plans all over again. Con-
latiunsi between mess anolabor I lean out the window and holler, Iand everybody on the street-boot- like me who willet murdered ie a;reMmo-even u intimate that the
npo ordgriWtMs ma- evaaole result," someody will fetch the breakfast blacks, doormen, cops, hot-dog Mama finds ot Iran away 'West Poiat of the Air Force"
no comntla, coffee from across the street. venders, strippers going to work my secret city agap. awy u. w t e l h ce a Coad
Springs after all-though thIs
Here, then, is the attack on seems much less likely.
forer AWay- usneiai Il At any rate, Secretary Talbott
".art, kow ann dan OU S Uhas ealld a'metting*togo into the
.a uuaC Mc tra .tri. nitd o taten" whole thing and may well end in
for 1rance teeg, ties Is tWe rst t hearing up the architectural draw-
or ~,an suca, ta maan .a t L .... B PZ E ingI the istitution which Frank
wt oeco a e *a issue as y Peter Edo loyd Writ hasalreadydubbed
s 4M rgVNa s anme to o- "Talbott's viary and a "Fac-
agapy assu. A, tan oin-tory for airdmen."
A'. Pa m .EMERGENCY PRESS HEAD be comforting to know. Ithe press headquarters atithe end f ..
t ap a e oJ0 W etuorcement QUARTERS, Operation (not very) I Snyder allowed as how nothing of the Ule. Certain sanmen have not ON TOUR -Burm '-ai-'
ApskeMka was an open mnvus- Alert --(NEA).- Everybody here could be assumed till he "I'm wondering what I'm doing been so pu c about It, but In Comnist Prime Minister U
t Wos le hbouiflas and gangsters o wanted to take the simulated H- announced it. here," commenled eot veteran off-te-reeord meetings they hve Nu is on a world tour which,
ui,,trate ano Wo capa,~e control oe bomb attack oa 5t American cities In that case asked a reporter, White House reporter. "We're the been as vocal. when wishedd wll have takes'
hie ousmess on on oe o nae or seriously, but somehoww it just o Mr. Snyder simulate a ques- last to learn anhi g." "It looks e albk e hoteepes him to Israel, Yudea, Great
os tos Aoor organpataoa on the didn't come off. tion to the Department of Defense The news P o12 reporters puled to atr," rerarkd Britatim Japan and the Unviaer
smiaer, ot o*'o it wpe9l addes, In a huge, factory-type structure and ask ther if they were golong accompanying the President was, Poesaqa Prter Hardy of v~r- States. .e is due in Wiashuipg.
*" iere are three laws waich that had served as a temporary to simulate a retaliatory attack on in the meantime, doing much bet. ginla w h n he sw ome proposes ton for offelal talks with Presd-
eqgtltuA the, princIpal weapons government office building in the enemy? And who was the simu- ter. It relayed to press head- ir Force Church, which looked dent Eisenhower in June.
n the, ~ory of tue Dept. of World War II, 150 newsmen as- lated enemy? quarters such fllumiatlng bullet like a cross between a many-
Justice in comoattla this kind of sembled tor report on how the gov. Snyder said he would try. Four tins as this one abouneliy Mr. -
racketeering. e e o ent_ would function in case hours later h g.ot back the answer Snyder: .
"Two of them apply directly
the third indirectly. The first o0
these the Fedral Anti-Rack
eteernlg Statute, originally enact
ed ia 194. ..The second isSectiin
186 of the Labor Managemin
Relations Act 1947. . usually
called the Tart-Ha.ley Act. The
-third which applis indirectly, fA
the Federal Income Tax Law,'
the Attorney-Geoneral ai.
In the second case Brownell re
feared to what be belloveis am
anti-brbery section of Tat-Hart
ley. This, he believes, can be us.
as it was in the prosecution o
Joe Ryan, one-time leader of t
International Longshoremen' As
Obviously, unless Browne re
verse himself, there will be
mess of indletmeot Is the neo
year-t the FI. and Treasur
agents earth what Browsel be
levsm ia buried in some Mob-rM
Wasmnmgion was knocked out an Wfrom some unid uled source that "Me President has left the place
all the big shots evacuated. "retaliation was not a part of this where he has been for his own
Somebody had thoughtfully pro- exercise." Also, that even if there headquarters, with his staff. His
viced desks and typewriters in a was retaliation, the reporters relocatIon site as been moved."
g who alls were tinted wouldn't be told about it. Mimeoraphed handouts began
*a et wen. tA Who the enemy was that had at. appearing. There were 1 in the
Murray Synder assistant press tacked never was identified. first hours. One of them,
secretary at the White House, was At 1:30 Snyder announced that from D r of Defense, said
In charge with other information the President would broadcast for that Army research ngineers had
p r thDepartments one.minute at 3:00. The reporters deepd a new aerial tramway
Defense, A uture, Post went to lunch in the cafeteria pro- for ing supplies from ship to
trouble vided in the basement. shor. Department of Agriculture
wao there wa't any news. much. has devloped a new gas mask
to give out When they came back it was ds- filter.
Nevertheless r went into covered there was no radio or TV This was a help. It showed that
his act and calle N first press receiver in the place. The news even If the government was
confeaceCa right after the broadcasters had brought down bobd out, it cold still issue
alert Was' only tsansmiting equipment o as
H W t the President it was a couple of hours before The r x rams at Tl p.m.
had Secretary of the press headquarters found out "Orv. Vlts t Civil
Def oae WiM s taken off in a what the President said. D admnstrator, or
he Hbby had arrived Other bugs developed in rkid a ree in which he an-
. saf' at a on.-at center-. succession.. aif t t thecret
wherever that wa-l.n a station It was several hour after New altisu n e oi eim n t l.ib and
t wago., York was hlit before the press eoad that te euereise was a sumcess,
y (I mt on started quarters heard about it. It o mn though the results were
rain. n 4owni-40 yd4er' he]ad. veloped that tis was't the infor. egat
n Coud-It he u that the U.S, matm eaduarters after all. That Abut handout from Mrs.
Strategic Air Goamani nai emmu- waa moms VIM. else and It as- Lobby ab:om df that it had been
*, 'A .-'. aG'i ------ .... .. ---- "....
lated a retaugairy attack? It would emblem them relayed the news to a very stTmulatg oeerclise."
P. 4. CLASSIFIED
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The Atlaoe Sdeo
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Cdptan and Mrs. C Moomanwmy
CQk E THIRD WLRXT SAIL
I 14 h Molllne s l i. "
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IN a : M ai. waHad Armm.
Ma Matsrt J. Peterson. Supply
ens B'l onhp Serse
b H a V. Olandar. Pater..
iC raw Ca SID E
S .: -Saiuday. 26 t 5
.Thuroday. bao a
sdSW elamaia after o f 4s ma.e
ME n5Sdtir Club 616 pm. en
.L Wai aa.m
HoL Uissema: aSMi a.w. and 5100
N oaaml a 120 39I to 5.1 and
I trs tlunday bal pkat
Ha rt Dotion: T1 p.a. on
Catedaham Class Sill to 4:46 pj. on
OUR LADY OF FATIMA-Cxnun
BSunday Ma at m0 a.m.
Holy Dy Mr at 8:30 p.m.
Contesions: *O0 to 6:45 p.m. a Sat-
aC Clam:< Saturday 3:0 to 10
Sunday Mamae at 1.00 and :10 a.
HolyDay M at 6:00 p.m.
ekd e Mas ..: 0 a m.
Con W: ,Saturday 3:0 to 430 and
$%D to 7:11L
atechm Class: Sunday 140 to 400
MIraculous Medal Noveat T0A p.m.
Convert Istmctieo: Thursday 70
ST. VINCRNTqS-P sanm City
Sunday Mayses: 40 and S30 a.m.
Holy Day Mas : 8S3 and 510 p.m.
(It It fall on Saturday the Ma(ses are
6:00 and 8.- a.m.)
Confession: Saturday 310 to S0 aNnd
710 to 0 pm-. Thuradayi for pirst
F friday 710 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and St.a
tions of the CI: Friday 1TO pm.
Cateehim Class: Aft0 to SI: p an
Convert Celas: ~30 to :3 a.m. day nd
ST. TH1BR ESA'S -Caee
Sunday Mass: 830 ana.m
Holy Day 6 Ma: 0 anm. (It It falls
on Saturday ar- a.m.)
Catechm Clam: 30 to 5:90 pm. onan
otlS Dard HrtNovens: 5':00 to p.00
Confeslons: 8:0 to :30 na.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DT LA SALC-
Sunday Maase: s and *80 a m.
Weak Days Mass: :W Mon.. Thuam..
Fri. and Sat. Fist Priday mapa 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Massie: 6000 a.m. to 6.4
Confesslon: 130 to 4' ando .40 to
5*0 pm. on -Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena Fridayy nd
p.m. 's Year
aft&clism Classa;3:M p.m. 0 nSunday.
Convert Claass: ody 7:80 pm.
Sundaytrday Ma amt 8.
Col nfatiM : S to 30 and p.m.
Thursday before Friday 60 p.m..
Cateeh:m Claw: 3:15 pm. on Sunday.
Sacrloed Heart Novena: 740 p.m. on
Fon ida ai : p.m. on Thuday
Sunday Masses: 100. 330 nd 1016
Holy Day Mases: .106. 30 aam. and
ConfesalOa: Saturday 4e0 .to :00 and
7:00 to 610 Om. After Roeary each ewe-
Micuous Medal Novena: 160 and
5:0 p.m. on Monday.
Catecholo Class: After 54A mase on
-F'Pridah! Eappaltion all day Dur-
ing the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 16a.m. A
HOLT FAMILY CURC111-41lnarsu
Sunday IMa es 7:3 and *:30 am.
Holy Day MamaM: 610 am. and 540
Confeededs: 416 to 540 and 714 to
4.0 pM. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 11p0 pm.
Teen-age Club: 7:15 pm. on Wedlea-
Catehwn Class: 4:00 ?.;L Thursday.
First Friday Devotions. 7:00 pm.
BundaI Misme :4A5 and :00 a.m.
and s:435 p.m.
Conmsln am: Saturday 4:00 toS.1 and
7.*0 to 8:0 P.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
6:15 and 71.00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Mriday 7:15 p.m.
Sorrowful Mother:. Sunday 7:15 p.m.
Convert Clanu: 1:1 p.m. on Monday
Catechism Class 3aS to 4.00 p.m. an
OUR LADT O GOOD COUNSEL
Suay Maums 7s-0 and 130 a.m.
Hol Day. Mam a: *0 a.m. and 5.00
Consfsmonm 700 .p. on Saturday.
MMracuousbledaf Novena: 7:00 p.
Catechism "Cla S:0 p.m. On Sunday.
Secret Heart Novena: 710 p.m. on
Relgon las. ctlon: 410 p-m,. Thura-
LeMACULAy a COnaC SPON-datyan
Sudldy Mise: 73p and 616 a.m.
Holy Da7 Miase: 00 am. and 500
Confeasins; 6:30 to 7 0 Fsriday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:1 p.m.
Catechism Class: 3:45 to 6*0 p.m. en
ST. VINCEWFS-Ratalew aC
Sunday Mapal :3 6 a.m. and 8.6 a.m.
Holy D"y ame: 646 am. and 6:00
Confeeeio3 l4" to 14 W nd& 7.1 to
CA, Clas: 11600 aL .l Sunday.
MIacBuloUa Medal Novena: 1940 pi.
Weekly Stae. to all Churchesa
a to allows:
ebtath School.3l,1 amO M-,Dtvtn-Sv
ice. 1U" na. Youth's Meeting. 4106p m.
Service 1 p10 .
Pacific Sd.-Faamma Balboa
Distr lt _Pastor W.L Walr
I amek Domnihcal on
I en .... .................. *0 an.
Hoa_ Cni. m.ea ........ S. a, .
CHURCH OF 02 SAVIOURs
Third Street. Now CrIst3 ali
The 3ev. MIlton A. Cookion. Paster
Holy Coamunlon ........113 n.
Churh Schoof ........... 0 a.m.
Bible Class Morning Praye'
and Sermon .............. 1."0 a&.
Thin Sundayr. NHoly Caurmnl
Holy Communion ....... I aj.
SChoir eheaoo.l ......... OMW pan.
Chuch .C SL AadM
Thibl Rev. Williamor palw
Family Pravor and Church SoUtol.
Sand Sermon .........and Sermon U a
I(MPdot Sunday. In Moutn).
/ M aWe & Sn es idays Mora Iay
Sth Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spar. PriBaest in Charge
Morning Prayer, 1st and 3r.
Sunday .................... 1010 a.m.
Holy communionn and Ser-
mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10 30 an..
Sunday School ..........2 :00 p.m.
Youth Feluowahip ......... .00 p.m.
/ n Pray.1 ........... 740 p.m.
W oman' Auxiliary. a 0d and
I4th Thurday, ...........1.. 7Jpa.
St. Peters Church
he Rev. John Spear. Priest In. Charge.
Choral Eueharist and Sermon 710 an.
Morning Prayer and Church School
Children'a Eucharist. rd Supdays 10
Holy Baptla 510 p.m.
Evensonlg and Sermn 110 p.m.
h. ew. AU ,e
SundaySechool .S.ay .
Vaith : 0 i roAthd a.0
Every Eanday:AO P aGm. HolbCor.
ST,. P UA, CaHU CB
Il0 a.m. Holy Communo .n ..Sa
.....< .... .M..T and Osa
10 a.m. Churnday School
Chr0 l.E. olar i voanSerm and n7.0
1"0 p Pm. vaeng Prayer: and and tnh
Monday: 7 pam. Youth Ma'tn.m
-S,. r C
C mm TANM
s a Jamesa Charebl
Bew.T. A. OaAeYsBa
Ho mmuiorm ..mfl.0.am. ea
Aea C Ae. rSA.
T. P aUL'S C aHURoi
p.laanis aeglo Amliad
sa koaR.- B"W.s.V P a. s
he Rev. Malmort I p eae.aaa Beeth
610 am. Holy Communion*.
7160 pm. Solemn Evensong and Un-
76 p-m. Evenvna Prayer and OaSind.
s a1 w.m. CA -rmato Cla
6asm. Ir.ns chas
1. MA14 FMA VGnIu,
LevT. Arnold C. laldock.
VX. LS.'s UL O Bi a
=0 AA CdoJ
Rev. Clarence W. Bayes
90y Som.luny m.......... a im 1 V
day School *.....* t.... ISeiS
:30SnP Bible oemn 6 pBm and* Su
woman's Anytuxillay Sad andauiaw
iMa. Jnonmmmnori WedwogaCa s s .I
CHURCH OF THE NAZAmENI
Mirnster W. A. Jordan
Box Ano C.Z. Balboa 602
Sunday chool ......... 9:45 a.m.
Morin Worblp ......... 100 a.m.
Youth Setoe ............ 6:45 p.m.
venling Service ........... M:30 p.m.
NJl.M.S. Service .......... I=0 p.m.
Priyer Meeting. Wed. .... 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUCH
PauI R.P., 23rd Street emt
SL n, Minister
Woo ..sh ............ 1:0 p.m.
gio_ Mee8 .........-, 1. .11:45
Meetlnsi T'uprd and sunfdy-
CHmusso O iM) CBmi
Of LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Maeman I
und meutinpV in the JWB-USO. LA
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
sod 830 a.m. Meeting; Sunday School.
.MS aL.; sacrament Meetins. 100 anm.
uUdn 200, Schoolhouse Road,
*n, Canal Zone.
Telephone, GatUn 24 or Crit6bal 287
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sac-
rennt Meeting 630 p.m. Prieshood
Meeting 410 p.m. Wednesday Prinary
6:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meat-
ing as announced.
it". Paul Holloway, Pastor
Office. Curundu 5105
Home., Curundu 7111
Sunday School ................ :45
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.
Youth Meeting .............. p.m.
Evening Wolhip .......... 7 p.m.
0UI CAliBUC C.4URC
Holy lohlus: Sunday at l I a .N
Tuaodrams tadiT and Tisusadas
M., a m
SAeramebt at Onctmela
Mk e irsUt t Sh aCh adm> C ~
St. a. I. eainse, 0. Dast. i
a ndae, a.m.
tateaa .deveft. a ...... *lif t .
'lowa Wo h ........... a.m.
Pma Widse a ........... 1t0 a.m.
54 First Street
Urbanhza"l1n NJ Carmen, Panami City.
ud-oIMa Talks anw Discusslun
Thursdays.................1M .. '
Uals 5t A Ito Streta
tsEr MIS SION1 CXURCHE
1et. Waldam C. Stewart. ralte
d TaMa. Ceundve 11 a.m.divine
oahip; 32 ipee.. School 1 2 .
dayqi 16 0 % P.. ltb and 10 Ets,
ar alaI, Calka &. Tr a.da
.T ... s.............. 0 a.m.
rening Worship ........... 7:30 p.m.
"N' and MartieMAna ua Ste.
4 1 WI e.. Post .
, o Wouht0 I ...........1030 a m.
*1011ditt Service ........ 7.30p.m.
Mae. UMaUe Biam. PNtar
S School ...........10:0S a.m.
emma Worship .......... a.m.
'0k S1ee0t. Lie Abael
1:- Use.lllme iUn. Plnowt l
Miay 'S ............. am.
intnin Woarhi ............IfI ml.
eanisg Service ............ 1:2 P.M.
ding Woaship ...........6 IJ a...
nday School .............. i am S.
I Srine Tburmday
Wet, C. 0. JarVi. J A Trotuma.
sarwi ARM heMd every Sunday 1i a.
6, !SIeS .L. T:13 pm. mod *84 pmm,
CM4, Mnba aet a ptae 616 Prm-
a& -h qe, |*B *&
Sd 'oraiol ........... ; a.< :.J
zou .ro.up ......... i" and 116
L NAVAL STATION, DODMAN
Sunday School (Building No. 1) lm
.u, a ..................... 3n 9.
S Yda ya...... ....... 7 .i 0
m ontnh.pimI y
Darl~ ................ 4
0 Maa s................. a
il ................ ..
Sunday ............... 7.... a.d :o
*U4 NWAVT STATION. XDMAN
Sunday Mra ........... : n.0
ally Maslan ....................4 pm.
oux Ala A rL aC aIse s
AlBRUUK AIR FORCL ASA
Saturday .................... p.m.
Saturday ... ............. :2 pm
Tuendsy ................... m.
DvMorine Worship ........... 11:00.
r ATL AN TIC SIDIo
Sunday School ............ *:30
Sunday School ..*............... 6*16
Morning Worship ............ 11:00
Church Time Nursery .........10:30
SSm.day Maws.............. 90 & 10:45
SSunday Mass ................... 11.0
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Daly Mass ..................... 700
Sunday Mass ..... ........... 600
Tuesday .................... p.m.
(Combined service for all men of Jew-
lab frith stationed on Atlane Side).
i* I I 'J I" l| .ie a-,
I He joined tb force in Miami
Beach nearly tW years ago and
'received one of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Co nmarce awards for
being the "most courteous cop"
during that pautlcular week.
Miss Silver ave her address as
Miami Beach Wad listed her par-
ents as residing in Philadelphia.
Ostreicher 29 jave his parents'
home as in. Chiago.
The couple were married by
County Judge Ceiel Connor in his
chambers about 10 a.m. Both said
it was their first marriage.
OULKEOt Go, J-j_ Is (tiP)
-A bu lh traf-
fle ietma a
t e0 o tcaw d border
teday and w ie*.~red aft-
Sa Whirlwind ,
The bride w 1 '- tIrver, n,
the dtug.ter t H S v e r,
vice president ..,f ge chain of
Food Fair grocr t-,ores. She is
t*e niece of..Sam11 friedland of
'ami BeacU, the residentt of
Fod Fair ..
The brlidegroo0, Orl Michael
Ostreicher, 20, t4Lq w officers
about midnlgkt he wa eloping
with Miss SUver, who had been
staying with the Friedlands in
Miami Beach for the last f ive
The Friedlands denied knowing
there was a romanpe' between
their niece and the poleeman.
The father of the bride said in
Philadelphia, however, "There's
nothing unusual about this mar-
riage. We'V ,talked it over with
Doris many times and she has our
Miss Silver did not return to the
Friedland's home Thursday night
but they said they thbuiaht she
was staying with friends. Howev-
er, they said they were not able
to Set in touch with her.
Ostreinher is about five feet 10
inches tall and has crew-out hair.
He attended grade and high
schools in Chicago and studied en-
gineering during 194,-4f at Roose-
velt Co)lege in Chicago.
meet to a|ppie . s I Ae t
roram of the group ofT e OT res-
enta eandidate O the Nation-
al Patriotic Coalitie Party.
Also invited as honored guests
are: Alejandro Remon, Minister
of Government and Justice; Bo-
liver E. Vallarino, commander in
chief of the National Guard; Lt.
Col. Saturnino Flores, Mayor Al-
fredo Aleman, Magistrate Vasquez
Diaz. Eric Del Valle, and others.
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Monday. Wednesdays.Frldays .ervlcos
are held from 7:15 om. to SJ8 p.m.
CIURCH OF _OD (PeMtqeestal)
Rev. B. E. Waston Overseer
Phone 4-428. Box SW. Gamboa
Churchee at Paralso. CZ. (RBaev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Coln0. R.P.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abelo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bayn). and
Catti6 (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Graooves).
Sunday and weekdays services at all
3MZIE LUTHIMAE CURMCH
I "The Chukch f the Lutiran Ben
The Rev. Herbert T. Bernlhal. Paste
S35 Balboa Lead, Balbea.
Phone Balboa MIS.
Sunday School and Junorl and Addi
Bible Clh ase t 0 amjn.: Worship Se v-
ice. 10:15 a.m. Regular covered dish sup-
per the second Sunday o f each mot
at the Lutheran Service Center at 510
p.m. Holy Communion the first Sunday
of each month. with a pre-communles
devotion and registration the Friday
previous at 7 p.m.
Regular services anr, Sunday School
every Sunday at 2:151 pm. at the Mar.
garita gymatsum, conducted by the Rov.
H. T thal of Balboa. Holy Comr.
munlon the first Sunday of ateh month'
CHURCH or TH rouRSqUAnu
*cheae OyhaOsMm i0lmrmEas t.L -&
So ,y w l i....... .'q1 .
Thu., Prayer Meeting in
Church In Panami City,
_(CoF Q St. and Madano
Alro ln ) ..,'............. 1:0 pJa
oev. T J.Tttle, St.
Phone: Col6n 1094-i
ThUinr., Spenish Service .... 710 p.m.
20M Amador Guerrero Lt.
Sunday School ............. 3:00 m.
Cor. Randolph and Klamouth Sts,
Rev. and Mrs. T. 1. Tattle,. petes
Mr. Paul rysen, Asat. pastor
Sunday School .............. :30 a.m.
Morlng Worhip ........... 1100 am.
Ivangeilitic Service ......... 7:20 p.m.
ruam. Gospel Service ..... 7"O1 p.m.
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126 Central Ave. o Muller Bldg.
* ,*" T1-
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v .ir r -.1 n ti .- .'j.a" / .' . .. .. . ---
N I'MCff rates 27th Birthday
D ZALLA8, T W raW I After two ruined years of op-
na al wms eebtated emratons, Bramnf.was incorpor.
27th bIrday Monday In an..tted in 1930. The airline reely-
tlo fphere of osperlty and d its first airmail contract In
grq for Texas-based 1934, between Chicago and Dal-
errlt and the entire cotnmer- las. Braniff reached the Gufi of
etal aviation industry. Mexico In 1935, through the
Since June 20, 1928, when the purchase of Long and Harmon
b1rst Braniff plane-..a tiny, five- Company.
place Stnon single engine The airline was granted its La-
made the first Braniff light tin American routes by the Cl-
from Oklahoma City to Tulsa, vil Aeronautics Board In 1946
bkla., Braniff has grown into and, after two years of planning
of the largest airlines in the and preparation, service was in-
U ld. augurated in 1948. In its 27th
S" .. ....year. the airline Is serving nine
SMonday, allalong its 15557 mnsor Latin Americane ties:
dles of routes, the occasion Havana. Cuba; Panama City,
Med by some 4.,000Braniff Panama; Gpayaquil, Ecuador;
es in 51 UlS. ctie an Lima-. Peru; La Paz, Bolivia: A-
Latin American contrite sunclon, Paraguay ; Buenos Ai-
e the Canadian border res. Argentina; and Sao Paulo
h the great Amorican and Rio de Janeiro. Brazil.
d as far south as Rio '
Janeiro and Buenos Aires.
Wtn days. before its birthday, COLLEGE BASEBALL
June JO, Braniff President
I& aBeard signed a 30-year PITTSFIELD, Mas. (UP) -
tragltW~ih.the City of Dallas The first intercollegiate baseball
St00W4,O1.000 home base game yas played here Joly 1, 1859.
thr.ue. The new Braniff IEach team had 13 players. Am- I
ad rs base will be built rherst defeated Williams College,.
m L eld, est.ot the f7.000,- 66 to 32, after 26 innings.
I0 nllas airportt terminal_
building that will be started
Braniff Airways, founded t. ,
the late T E Braniff in 192M.
grew Into one of the worid'E j 'v W
leading carriers under the guld- ..,
ce of Its founder and Beard,
pt. Ray C. Shrader. the air-
e's senior employee and now
vice president. C. 0. Adams
ee president and treasurer and
pt. R. V. Carleton. vice pres-
eeat In charge of operations ]-
ince the death of Mr. Braniff.
rred Jones of Oklahoma City
ha served the airline as chair-
.mnan of the board.
The merger of Braniff and ,
Aid-Continent airlines in 1952
was another major milestone in
the expansion of the carrier
throughout the American heart-
Tand. The president of Mid-Con-
tinent, J. W. Miller Is now exec-,
utive vice president of Braniff. ...
GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A.
the inauguration f a new service from
.CA NAID BOSTO N
S"to OISTOBAL vWAY PORTS
Fjit, .vl....,.......... S.S. "BEATE BOLTEN"
JUNE 25, 1955
Arrival, ,.,..... .' ..OOTM RUo s II
fr.? JULY 2, 19 .
tV rd -Arival ........... .8' UOtlST EQTNT "
S. AOUsT,. .B5 .
General Cargo Will Be Accepted for
CANADIAN PORTS and BOSTON,
"GEORGE RUSS" and
Wilford & McKay, Inc.
Masonic Building, Crlstobal, C. Z.
TELPONES CRImTOBAL 1998 1760 2535
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Whie Fleet
New Orleans Service
~m PANAMA AMI~~ 43 ~mI
*S.. "HIUERAS" ................................ S
8.8. "AGGERSBORG" .............. .............. JulyI
*8.8. .. AQUE" ....................................July 9
"8.S. "MORAZAN" ................................July 1I
8.8. "MARNA" .................................. July 18
.8. "LUMPA" .................................. July 19
"8.S. "HIBUERA" :............................... July 23
Handing KelrigerLed (hailled and General Cargo
New York Service
8.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ........................July 4
8.S. "MABELLA" ................................ July i
8.S. "MATAURA" .............................. July I
B.S. "ESPARTA" ................................ July 11
A Steam er .......................... ........... July 18
A Steamer ................ ................... July 21
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Seattle .......................$365.00
CRi TOBAL 2121
* PANAMA 2-2904
SHIP IN PORT!
/ WINDING BAY
Loading cargo for
Trujillo and San Juan.
iEFRE4RATEDjd DD U Srvnce
SHIPPERS IPORTiER TIS
For Selling D.tW sed Complete ScheaiCs
W. ANDREWS A cO.
Crlobal Telephones 2161 belBoa Telephone: 1258
MPECrLUE AND n MRIENDM
By. M st'/a ,.--Z:
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By V. T. HAMIN
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Help BT EDGAR MARTIN
CAPTAIN EAST Waiting By LESLIE TURNER
THE STOYT OF MARTHA WAY NE
Seekig a Favor
By WILSON SCRUGGI
That's Our Girl
' Underever Man
rtvi skUTr OFF r
By AL VERMEER
One More Chance
By JAY HEAVILY
'lUT BOA4DIG VO0tS MAJUOM 00UPOIT [013 WAS J. WitiMI
TNE AITfIS LET'6 ihJOT
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pARSER Mj E 16 CUT TOH ANSE T -YaO
SHOP- 'l?EMem 0 AD t A 6ECET CA' 3ua'
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U1* 8L ENGAGED TO WEDf
SY U O LANDO, FLORIDA
Cltt4' Lesley of Fort ClIeton an-
gse ia t oef daughter Nancy mIr, o h
ttof-tae, M Mrs. Rlal Padae
L elk family ifurd Iritgene,n
Wi ustV m sIlea BiIA School with
I Mr. ete waa formerly s' ionl at Al-
t._ .. .t a i .now l r la O nde, Florida.
S s t for the wieddng.
rri Artist Rear Admiral and Mrd. M(ilton E.
Vi Ct l r Miere Miles.
V l .s weU known Brit-
ash lustrator xIv,, ar Ilved Priers Eaterta"
recei frtm allnaa and the U- Dr. and Mrs. Vern Prier and
ite ,n au after spending sever- Miss Sue Prier were hosts a st
aI there, painting in oils evening at a cocktail party and
and. A rs i. buffet in their New Cr iato bal
ic*es dine during th ose home to welcome Mr. and Mrs.
e saiin on the Cook- Lloyd. E Kirk who h returned
am-1atn Arts Club,- 001?rm to th Isthmus and to say 'good-
w end Mrs. oSherman re leaving.
?r. ,CisA*' show Sonsating of mwaaafts II ri7
se an4 IsghscaM" doam i water, .O'fc DiwULWwq'.;.
colors and'6oruras .in o P will o. I--------------------------
e he ee chil wish Welfare Board.
a on July 8. the Aanc Side
Noft~beuad Vacationers Mm'Seltze r
AM0g tSoee saying on the Cris.
toba .LIM ar a States vacation
we*,,?lt. end Mrs. Sherman C.
wa'D1d 1ir three children. t brings relf thars
the.&sie on the Atlantic Side.) CJAr 0fwan 9 Q
hkawer PM miss Carbone
~MfA CAr)boe whose aMr-
~rin to J Albritton Is today
WIt M at bridal shower
ai T a. lTr u eteu was
an dprodqcthp staff of
SYouth" were either
taloo-a Thursday evening ;by
Simply drp I or 2 tablets-into a
lowater, wtchtt f, drink it
Pl itnt-tting -' i
' lukaSetai soM
to cig soot hing
relief for your
, Heudache ond
Uj-t i1 tomach. KPU |
Not a 'ativ, *.mtu
tke it any timey TrI I
Tded amd Tre
pleaasI-Tailses Fusser, fee
anama I'wwatemala th s
a filt vIce pr a i
IkJ l.'Wiwams; secoa v
t s. 4Pgnes on;
er, Mrs. Brt
je; =apllan, Mrs. Louise
; ea Jiortan Mrs. Opam
members present. were:
s. violet mer, pat p re sl-
M; Uri; Ml-y Ingeike,M rM .
n MUiry, Mrs. Wylvia LA-
iter, liss, jenny Aedsmond;
s. nelem Hatten, and Mrs. Ly-
Nideal and daughters ol Bal-
A n". . ...... . kp d I .
and Jamaica. immediately after the installs-
In Pa"ama Miss Allan enjoyed tion,'siresemints were TserveO
a reublom with a former classmate "
at Barnard College, Mrs. Richard E n* Cub Enjoys
isThe. Cristol Emblem Clubb
Yestezlay, Miss Allan, Mrs. Eil held Its jtne social Tuesday eve-
senmana ad a small group oninat th tElks Home in raos
Isth uan newspaper and pluoie f ejihts. The hostesses were Mrs.
relUtlons men enjoyed une MsiniRUea Droste and Mrs. Tessie
at the Hotel El Panama as the Lowe.
guest of Mrs. Audrey Mimne, pub- The evening was spent playing
lic relations director for the ho- cars and doing Swedish Weav-
tel. ing. Prizes -were won by Mrs. Ger-
ry Cellucci Mrs. Helen Meriason,
Last evening Miss Allan was and Mrs. Virginia Russo".
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. WJl- Refreshments were served by
liam Boyd. the-hostesses at the close of the
Mile Alexanders AMnou Whose present were: Mrs. Ger-
Birth Of Son trude Allaier, Mrs. Gerry Celluc-I
Mr. and Mrs. M. Alexander of ci,.Mis. Millie Reccia, Mrs. Kath.
Puerto Rico, formerly Canal Zone erint Triable, Mrs. Helen Morri.
residents, announce the birth of son,'Mrs. Dorothy Facer Mrs.
their second child, a son, who has Fanny Kaplan Mrs. Mildreda
been named Richard. Dorste, Mrs. Tessie Lowe Mrs.
SMr. Alexander's mother, Mrs. Virginia Ruason, Mrs. Charlotte
Jack Johnson of Cocoli, has just Tully, and Mrs. Helen Crowell.
returned from Puerto Rico where
she visited her daughter and son- LAKE PEAK
In law. Paternal grandparents
were formerly Canal Zone r e s i- GRAND HAVEN, Mich. -(UP)-
dents also. Mrs. Alexander is the The level of Lake Michigan is ex
former Lois Johnson. pected to reach a peak of about
581u. feet in July, U. S. Army Engi.
Fp .... studentss neers feportc The level will be
Jackie Johnson has returned to about *n inch higher than last
C.. Lo spend the summer with year's peak and nine inches beloy
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jac k the:modern high of.582.69 feet in'
Johnson. He is student at the Unl- 1952. The all-time high level of
versity of Maryland where he was, S83.68.feet was set in Jule, 188..
lrsy to s why la tday's
mos!n pepuie make*g
He mmiw eae N nei HN s, e iNo iPiy peW-
vIlvdy powdi eu ffiindeI.a in-wne-
wNh Vwid S.wy O
It's the maie-up miracle that fles on with us
puff. Cmy-moath, dining r syig.
gacggoes on wish mach incasMe. smoch'
*s ai, deliasr a oThao what
vSutlfti booita bo-M Mt" look
A.A- - a
P OMOTEDI -T The.nomination
for promotion to brigadier general
f Air fMrce Col. Winlow, C.
Moere, above, assWtant Chief of
Staff, Plans and Operaltions Divi-
s3on, at Headquarters Ca ribbean
Command hee, has been forwar-
ed to the Senate by President Ei-
senhower, according to" inorma-
tion received here y sterday from
the Dearment of the Air Force.
- Morse arrived in the Panama
C. Z. last October. A few days
matter his assuming his new duties,
he was assigned as commander o
"OpearUton alud," the Joint U.S.
Armed Forces activity which
was organized t6 assist Honduras
recover from its disastrous floods
Prior to his assignment in Pana.
mas Colonel Morse served as Chief
of btaff, Headquarters Crew Train-
ing, Air Force, Randolph A I r
Foce Base, Texas. From May to
September, 1904 Colonel M o r s e
was Chief of the Air Proving
Ground at Elgin Field, Fla., and
from September 1=1 to February
1952, he was commanding officer
of the Air Force Armament Cen-
ter at that base.
Col. and Mrs.. Morse presently
reside at Quarry Heights Canal
Zone. Their daughter, Sally Ann,
graduated in June from- the Uni-
veihity of Miami (Miami, Fla.J
School of Success,
Will open July 11, 1 a.m.
Suite 111. El Panama Hotel
Class limited to $ students
only. For further Informa-
tion and registration.
Call mornings Balboa 2-4239
after 5 a.m. Panama 3-1660.
V.M Model ii
The Voice of Music m5 Portable effta
autbiultk high idelity recorded must
anywhere you wish! Exclusive V-.M
tone-o-amatic loudness control lets you
t' every M ler-frot 50 to e5,000pst
Two Hi-Fi speakers (woofer and twet-
or) ... handsome scuff-reistmat, water-
reisita leatherette. Choice of rose and
gray or richbrown.
7 & BDolivar Ave.
Co Tel. 40
Ldw amM wafM-
SIE THUB 1!
The t Csdd:CividcCoupei
will hod it l atlI'4th of July
eiMbration ea fSudky, July 3,
starting at 3 p.m te residence
of Mr. and M T Jenjdmin Chea.
Their home In'the'l Tran-lsth.
miea Higbyay about a mile be-
fore the entrance t6 Las Cumbre.
Admission will r *1 for adults,
5 cebts lor cl -
Celobrators r eofthe Unite 4
States' 1ndepenftebe Day told is
he words U b th'e com" litee:
'Bring your own grqb." The coun.
il will furnish tree'Beer ar d soda.
Thre willU .be fireworks, swim-
ming, the usual fun it- "cakes."
Lots of other aqU teu-ail free-
havt been piinpla1by the council.
All Las Cumb!eres eidents and
their guests Are IflvteM provided
the admission price sla paid.
The "vocal" of the Las Cum.
break area and surrounding en-
virons will be around to sed tick-
Las Cumbres residents Barbara
H. Schmitt and Bob Byrd also'
have tickets for sale.
Everyone starts out with five
.nses. The smort ones odd hose
ond comonvn **m*
It Onl# the largest sf ae e
otherwise bet your aei ..
It n tagS& I reauts deiredl
biutor t th jlc of Pama an ,
the Canl Ze -..
No 3 "A Strt Tel. M-2I1, Panama
.he new meeting place
of the late crowd!
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
mjdnite to 4:30 a.m. r'
the new "KING
of the KEYBOARD"
TRIO EL ARRANQUE
(Nightcap on the house at 4:30 am)
Ray also plays 10 2 a.m. Sun., Tues., Wed., Thurs.
B is tfles thlau aRi.
rp OUHO T iPD
0"1 WAY souD TI
liUs tax v-whom O nIO.
sy low ON "1
, Dayllght departuwe only
See and drive the smart new Ramblers A .i eatii.
hamndliat earpeet turning, handiest parking care a the
somd taody. rThria to w Continental- -bm- sw pidsd- .
S ~ performance in-W I and on the hilner. jaN*- pi
SStioa oitay I .. moW i-~tI m.imst i
fdgey fAmear- sg i any other co aN a de Yaiwl
n- lk.te .t.-.l price tacp e u va n an aian ..
pihm I &i Ow. -bUt I. M.o3. Af.
CYRN O, S. A. -
One Block FromnTivhoi i
For Informutien and reserv l.on, phaOe
A1ROVIA v AeI. P11, 15 t PS AMA MTIL
PANA M. I.. .rm.l, I.t.
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"NEWEST l1aEA" OR
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PHILLIPS Oaf" C"nCome,
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Pls Paenas I51177. Cdt*o
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BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.
WEST BANK LADIES I Nt
b-euty service* Gnall's COell
Clbhouse auty Shop. imperi-
-.ad, statelids,. auned oper-
ator. Navy 1 312,
Phone "-IB Cllo. '
FOR 0 fMTi- L.ft 2-.kof m
furoidoild ammnt. TTifli Ave-
nue. Call Iclkes 1mIt.
FO SAL:--1954 Bwick Roead-
meast RiviWra, *500 miles,
power it rini, power brakes,
lectrid windows and ot, twin
turbini., diffelow, rdie., hooter.,
E-Z eyq p e, white wills, back
.up lilghf, windshield washes
and Cavem. trim. 86-3115.
FOR SALE:--G anbgn minuet
Conole, Ibny. Crnckl, buti
elements, new coditio. Andeor
FOR SALE; Rollflex 73:5
coMted to r lens omiet with
ceiM -lenshode 4 R8lfflfsh
offchliment, Binectlar 7%50 with
a. Everything practically.b1and:
new. Phone CiAyton 42'9 after
1.700. .>, ..
IbrMel' frmished IksesM on
beackh t Seats Clam, Tuelepoe
TbommM. BAlhh 1772.
Baldwin's opertmeI for ant *t
lenr CIr. Pe malb ko 3611
for F= vi-l .0 '
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FOR RENTf..-M-ra apJtmat,
two bedrooms, 1ik. tww Iblth-
rooms, maidsM with bkA, liv-
ing and dindi r n cembhanltl ,
balcony with Hditng der .open-
ing, garage, watcdman aid ca-
taker service, children. Cqmpo
Alegre. Ttophue after 6 p.m.
q(RAL FOR SALE
F04 SALO:-- f7440 Westing-l
DUATION INSURANCE defroster Included, $S.t Phone'
DUCATION INSURANCE 2-3450. 1516 Akee St.. sal1s.
JIM RIDGE FOR SALE:-B- ga c.-
hoMneFy li0 ditin. washi mbg t +frL
I _. _. ft gvren porch hadea we*"* aide-
hone ar d. Telephone llslm 025.
FOR SALE--One double mahe-
U* m & D *klB ga"-,nsOak. Telephone Bl,. 2-
745 Buildin 8 10, Balboa
SSCOOS^UCCas FOR SALE:-Kelv.na 'r ffig r-
i 382-A. 2nd and Molendas.
,FOR SAL(.-Du-.andMy#@ Din-
ing Rom Table, China Closet,.
Buffet, Baby BNd, Foam Rubber'
SMatses and Springf, Sowing Ma.
chineine, Phone Albrook 3146.
.H ,FOR A.Et-Practically new fur.-
Sniture including bedroom set,
dining room set, sitting room et,
d t uit frigidaire, stove, washing machine
Ar Co ndtiond H -Sp S uio ts Il and many other household equip-
Danceo Hr. to 1 A noo n sets, all in perfect state. Bar-
Tel. 10b10 2-42S or passa 3-1 gain press, Inquire 44ith St. No.
S D EPN A37, Apt. .
STUDIO EL PANAMA HOTEL FOR SALE:-Li.ght mahogany
" I .. .' -- '' diningg room table and six chairs,,
in very good condition. Tel. 3-
08Mp SllB[G WTH 5434. 44thk Street No. 17.
+ "CH]O] C" iFOR SALE:-Hold hold furni-
1 0PRA Ttur1 piano wardrobe,. rdie.
I O L K RKA Cll Parsie 103, Apt. H, Tel. 4-
on. A. end 1 ,1O02I*LAC __,"
a e tr aua Tl.a-3- FOR SALE:--Gulbronsen studio
*t ro fL con6ole piano. Extre string
length end tropiclilaxd. Gd
condition. Phone Navy Paifi c
SPORTt AXTER. S.A. 3778. L '
hpI -- 2-25 2 FOR SALE: -Blankets --bed
| spr 2-e41 -s wallets watch Laud-
Learn RidOI *of 27x48, child's both. seat table
| PANAMA RIDINWGSCHOOL covers, ironing board, alarm
Riding & Jumping clasels W clock,s dihe kitchen utensils.
| to 5 p.m. Phone 1-0279 CenIok. hoe 1 2-1695.
OtWI SALE: Techiler lamps
"larbig .basl. 15.00 the pr.
1 Baby carriae, $10.00. Phone
hat.StUk Bamoo 35-213. .
FOR SALE:-1951 Buick Spe-
cial. 5 new tubele tireo, Radio.
Perfect condition. $300 cash
$700 finance. Tel. 2-0398 after
6 p.m. 2- 5.
FOR SALE:- 1I955 Ford Fair-
lane Crown Victoria, Purple
and white, standard shift, first
$2200 cash tokes it, small
trade accepted. 1948 Lincoln
Continental hardtop, partially
restored, body like now $1500.
Call Albook 6223, see at
FOR SALE: 1949 Pick-up
Forgo. %/4 ton, good tires, excel-
lent condition. Can be seen at
"El Congreio" gasoline station
or call 3-2328, Panama.
By Wtoon Army
Tbere will be special meetings
tomorrow, *t the Salvaton Army
Colon Central Corps, inonnection
with the Young People's 1st an-
The young people's da will
commence with an early morning
Service at 5 a.m., then followed
with the 11 a.m. Holiness meet-
ing and "live feast." at whbic
most of the yougp people are en-
couraged to attend and take part.
A program of musical and Ite-
rary itemB has been arangd by
Sr. Capt. C. Moonuawy, honoring
the 51st anniversary at3 p.m.,
and various churches will
pate. Mr. M et of
wM be the guest speaker R4Iv.
William H. Armsrog, ag.
tadmt ndlister of M O
Wuwrches wffl be UMt cha re.
At abt, a memorial ervieM
baori|tbse memory of US lo
Mn. SWd W 1
Isha jAW btw lh .- 1 -M
a-omme cla ss in Tap. Aerobalc
Lt. CYlno: Monday and Thonday
Illilding 194, loath Center.
Cocel: Twday and Friday 3:130 p.
m., CereU Clubhouse, Boy's cla
in Tap and Aerobatic.
Phone Ral. 2-4415.
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I Strtl No. 13
Mb of July Ave. A J IL
.MW* Alen...a Am. d-. N-IM.
IU La CarraMuilla
Ceatal Ave. 4U
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
f 1 Lottery rhai
wi- ,i.ar, fcdf ft /,,ia
FORa. Sir.9 -8- "
FOR SALl.--ed btswunap.
ew-ad ..yard. Bo.,,c,, ca, ,.
InrmvatO'.. TTmae Ha-wsm
Store there._ Tal. J-593i..J4uie
Asenen Ste 710, Apt. $a
FOR SALEP--Red bte. L tesvr
Panama, fivf two ba m for.
"nkhd coselt at1 Sows Clara
Beach. Ideal for Oraeftsimn r
business. JallMe 24090.,
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FOR SALE:--1954 Chevrolet
Tudor Sedan. Low milage. In
excellent condition. Telephone
FOR SALE:-1954 Mercury Sta-
tiona Wagon. 1955 Ford Country
Sedan. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE:--Seailed bids acs.cept.-
ed until 4:00 p.m. July 1, 1955
for two used 1947 Chevrolet I '/ a
ton stake trucks. Seller reserves
right to reject any or all bids.
Union Oil Company, Box 1174,
Panama. Telephone 2-0771.
FOR SALE.-51 Buick Conver-
tible. DynefloW, electric window
lifts, low mileage, excellent con.
dition. ill $l at real bargain.
Call Lt., *l. Sowell, Ft. Claytfn,
7281. L '
FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4-
Dr. sedan, good tires, good paint,
leather upholstery, radio. Tel. 3-
FOR SA :-1950 Oldsmebile
V-8 Hydirmatic. Albrook 3146.
FOR SALE -1 1951 4 door
.Seo L MrMris Miner. Call Bal-
FOR SALE:-1941 Chevy, exep-
tional condition throughout. Ori-
Sinai black finish, clean, runs
perfect, excellent rubber. Owner
leaving Isthmus. Phone 25-3111.
FOR SALI-195-I0 Jep- "Leand
Rever." "rfWeat nlin eondi -
fion. Cal .: "" T.* t "Len M-
doena" ,ne Go6 Si $ n4 on. S0
Street. Belle Vila.
FOR SALli 194t Cevolet
Deluxe, good tire. iod nd,
tion. Priced to sell. Phone 86-
3191 or B6-.7115.
FOR REll i" bdro um
apartmeat'fmh, d 50th stOr*t
No. 50. Amb plyptaln.
Gramlk'1 Santa Cir Beach
rCoftees. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates- Pmwne GIANo
FOR lALIl--'4? Ford, very good
CoMditiON, only 29,000 m. radio-
seat coven $500 or best offer.
Call Albrook 86-2166. Ask for
FOR SALS:-A couple of peki-
nee puppies. Can be seean at Eat
I lth St. No. 8-15.
FOR RENT.-4,SautuMlNy fur-:....-
SALES OPPORTUNITY FOR TOP nished apartment in wonderful fOR RINT:--Chlet. two bad-
GRADE ENLISTED MILITARY location; tW bedrro as,ftly rooms, kitchen., living rMm.
PERSONNEL! Earn $100.00-per- equipped al so"is kitchen th porch, garage, etc. Furmiihed.
month, or more, selling Auto.- washing machine. Must M ,rt- Sen Francisco. Call Sunday 3-
mobile insurance duringafter du- ed for at least one year. Inquire 2930.
ty hours el yourpost or bass for 44th St. No. 73T, Apt."-K'.
the 'Continental Casualty Com- -._ ...... --
pany of Chicago, Il., one of FOi RET'hrnshed pt FOR RENT
America's largest, strongest cornm- ment, $50.00. Frqt ue +trons F R N
panims. Call Panama 2-388-for portation, Nath Ame rieRoo
interview. neighbors. Pay *s p yday. Telo-]_ O
FOR SALE:-Horses for riding on -0 FOR RENT:--Nicely furnishkd
and general use. CoamilAf A. PO FORRENT:-3o o, T aScreened ph vi o b
,rras. Panama, Tel.: Office 3- FOR R o entrancequiet neighborhood.
64H. Residence: 3-0434. ment in Sa bones, $30 100. P- No. 34, 46th st. -
ply Estudiante St. N4o., 100.
Telephone 2-1508--3-0850. FOR RENT:-One room; for of-
FOR SALE: One Hemmond faceor person,. Central Ave-
electric organ model D. appro- FOR RENT:-Reedy vto b ec- na 13-142.
private for church or night club, upied on July lt. modern, cool-
reasonably priced. Coll Colon 1 bedroom apartment i ppos
phone 33. Raymond Clinic building. Cll WANTED
3-3421 from '6:00 -to 8:00 WANTED
FOR SALE:--AKC registered Sunday in the m inin. Miseelfnaeo-,
.Toy Bostonowll +puppies; o _: "I! .I
regisoere prielt en at FOR RENT:- -1ro bo0ut*iful
stud. G entl Bloiss cole Navy opartment in RMo Ap1i* en WANTtD-Small i ,record
'No. 5010-A. r. t-4ocoli0 it
4812. At Sa*e Clara week ; Moin hihway No. 5010-A. layer. 5-482* ar .
eands. __ Telepkone 3O-2068. i T WANTED:-Pertner for publi-
FOR SALE- e s, P.rt Aire- i ft business; will -rn sr -ch
dole. may. bei"optroalso, q go wlo 145T .e .
..No 5 El Ci'."e'te .Coll. 'D", He Ip ,nte& .-"--g,4 .
WANTED:- Maid-cook, clean, .
- OST & FO- UND c 't, four & "m "....d'
r-----.. .. ...--i m- 5437-B Endieott St., Diable. S
'LOST.'--Dog Cocker spanej fe-. .,'
4kplo,`erigkt brown Small. Call WANTED,.-Maid to ae ce
013-2121 Hovus daytime 85- of 3 chuiden ft.m-9:.0'sim.
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JUDGE AND WIFE MISSING Florida Pdlice are nves aey lead a trdump piotuS gvhothe d
the mysterious disapearance of Judge sad Mrs. C .,E.C hilling- opponent rus mpthat giv ig Ot
,,worth (above) who vanished from. their bloodtainedocaf younown chQo.ring aQr .-ltm you n
e~ttke at West Palm Beach, Ha. Inwv~tg r- fn R ^ go about your business I nhe oth.
sat' "We are working on the theory th at they .re. ear allowing the opponent to u
and carried away either by boat or by crar. take h trick wheneverhe e likesn c
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Wltrrival at London's Guidha8 for-t h W evlgf -
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I PrlUctos de Madera, S.A. Smart girls and women realize
| .=*I that there Il a technique to ev-
ICentral Ave. (between Kodak everything and that il the a-
baing F ifth Ave. Store) sentials for bringing out natural
beauty son be acquired through
properly supervised'L training.
Chrusrm -claues for girls and
Canal Zone Dental PoeClinie n ore starting now in the
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S. ew studio in 'El Cengrejo.
Dr C. A. Roy D.D.S. Telephone Lin" Seams Poname
Dr .A.Ry 3-0327. 1
Deanture-hbrldge work-alw bratsve -032...
Tivolt4th of July No. t2tA4 the basis of sex under the bill and
(ppos e Ancon School .Playi*0d ) Sen. Sam Englehardt said "it is
Telephone 1.201l-P1as thought that this would certainly
......... be done in the event of a general
"J i r "M'' ~ mixing of rices in school."
C. Z. CAR OWNERS! Shortly after passage of the
thth e the year to buy Conti- measure. Sen. Albert Davis intro-
pnolc y M. ity ooto h,-ua a* de a resolution calling -for im- .
onty peanhment Of the Supreme Court
b justices, accusing them of "an
unconstitutional usurpation of leg-
islative authority" in the court's
The resolution said the court
AONI rulings were "based solely and
ou .',,, ,, ,-plone on psychological, 5 socologi-
z,6,i OMM,, en ^ggja cal and anthropological consider-
n.'^^a nations" and accused the, justices
"" gB Of "reckless disregard of their of-
rahnm InsMune Coo In. c. ficial oaths and public duty."
L,.n elAvoen*e Davis called for suspension. of
hone .ma auns-2s1 1the rules so that the resolution
(Anow from Ance o rat Oice) could be voted on immediately but
Sthe Senate agreed to send it to
the rules committee for further
A LArW SCO O L DA i study.I
AN*N [ATTIN SCHOOL OF DANCB I
There is no single answer to
theme questions. The important
thing is to keep both possibilities
ind so tha you can choose
whichever fits the hand better.
. In today' hand South must
have a clear head to solve the
problem and courage to adopt the
solution. It isn't possib le to play
"scared bridge" successfully.
West opened the king of spades.
continued with the queen, and
run in the dummy, and South
netL orew two rounds of trumps
with the ace and king. Disap-
pointed b the bad trump break
South cashed the top clubs and led
the jack of clups from dummy.
East produced the queen, and
It was now time to make the
fateful decision. If South ignored
Eabt's sure trump trick, he could
lfebad diaond to the dummy,
Omi return a dub. East would ruff,
xad South could discard a dia-.
mond. The defenders would then
get another diamond, and the con-
tract wel be defeated.
South decided not to ignore lie
hih trump. He cashed the ae
at arts and led isa last
diKarding both low liri-i
om the dummy. fast wMo b
jackof hearts but didn't have
:4115m60 a0 dUM N trek
FRANCONIA, N.B, Jube 25 achieve was the Ib-f ''-
JP)-President Eisenhower said peace on earth', g-ood*off- '
day that only a 'strong nation "If we are sufficiently devoted
an cooperate with other nations to the cause of peace, to tfie nd,
Maintain world peace. of progress of which I amsak ",the
"Weakness cannot cooperate, President said, "we will be. tirig,
Yut can0only bg,;'" ht said. and then. we wiU l ebe a;'b lo.
Standing below one of America's operate with others w ,el -'
great natural monuments, t h e strength <,h coopaera .t-wA i-_
reat Stone Face in the White -cannot cooperate, it cau nly I,1
[ountains of New Hampshire, the we will be able to coo-rate
resident addressed some 2,5 0 0 to help lead the world toward
persons gathered at Franconia promised goal."
; ] Mr. Eisenhower stressed, h4j
The ceremony commemorated contention that a mueh fased eth
he 15th anniversary of the dis- source of -national streng i the.
very of "the old man of the n anderstandin of te atias"
Mountains a nue granite rag and needs other aoa s t ths-
earg a resemblahce to a hu- than eneentratin of material
n face atop Cannon Mountain. gains- at Jr mt to-nw
After his address- there,, Presi- r *
fnt Eisenhower motored to Before speakin' at ITr n ,!
WhitefieldJiH NO Notch Mr Eisanber atiK
Mr. Eisehwerspent the after- Lincoln, "e town ofa'o t
oon -a*yuig golt at a luxurious the President Sherman, A d 1-
mountain, resort ,near* Whitefield where he'paid itribufte to-tf~~*
uti he was, e out. A larg ber two m-loan in- te l
rowd of to s-watched.- him .as the oe who-i odtld.
lay. credit ftr keeping the''." :
The President now the third from 'atumbljg to+
lay of his six-day N ew* :England ; ---- ..... "
Bur. told his audieftq that th : :' .h ..
greatest progress .mm nkh could
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Presents Amigos Del Pueblo
Los Amigom del Pueblo Club
will observe its first anniversary
tonight at the Pacific Service
Center with a dance and the
Cancers coronation of Queen Elvira I.
Chaer victor Boa's orchestra will pro-
fiers vide music for the dance.
y Cabinet CHATTANOOOA, Tenn. June
25 (UP i John H. Reneau, who
claims he's never been late for
work in 36 years of carrying the
-p ll said today his firstN o"
on retiring next Thursday WiM
be to "throw the alarm clock in
Bthe i rbsae can."
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MONTGOMERY, Ala., June
(UP-The Alabama Senate una-
nimously passed a bill aimed at
continuing school segregation to-
dAy. then received a resolution
calling for the impeachment of
U.S. Supreire Court Justices.
By a 32-0 vote, the upper house
passed a mnasare gratg almost
ualmtod power to, ocal school
boards for the, placeemin of stu-
dents. The bll aI-o dated that
o studentwi, eO 'be opleted o
tted schodis where there is "-co-
a. I of the rae4."
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex' opora for you-'The Jewel Sons,'
-- clusevely Yours: There a new from Linda Christian."
oad.. .. .evl-i-B to thank inshape to is ..... with tem! burst of eelluold juvenile dlHn. Ilona Massey heads for Mexico
tw 11tostap the pwith a theat quency recomn up on the acren after her Las Vegs singing to di-
Winft''P m ame" ruling mar. cess energy of theirs and they like . .e ..out a Cause at vorce hubby Charles Walker.
ly IOn.e tiee han ome to Sto hit me in the stomachn" mue again bring out the "exces-I Bob Hope about his Aust ralian
wel ating,'w.o it t umehMa csretl oThere itr nt rehearsals as ive violence' blue pencils. tour: "The beat audience I ever
-ll .ady le' aBd e suhe. re re n ehe sale e Ibis .time its James (East of had in my life was in an army
da, h -G lla r., who ogram the ay of the show, and EdenI Dean packing a switch camp there. Military police were
mae a ar. rou. Tats a compromseieand, in one scene, hurl- guarding all the doors and nobody
is binl ne star. ,_nlook around. That's a compromise lng his father down a flight ofIcould get out.
Theother will be Pat Marshall, some thought the kids shouldn't stairs following an aument. f
_lnto Wo over for Jas Paige see the place until camera time But the censors black out the ---
theot other first break OBto preserve their spontaneous ren- c D i "they'll be Danny aye had t'ehis
the Bteve Ao program. This is'actions and others held out forviolence Dean thinks ..l. b., Danny Kaye liad to revam his
a-compound Ictiure. fuller rehearsals, doing the country an stic. act at the London Paladium,
S., ---- p The spopeD y i still there. .It'Dean's private theory after which might be a tip-off to stars
8u t -panelists: Dag-' Oace, as a onme-on for th eexti playing the role; laying eggs on U.S. personal-ap-
ar But Cobb's place abo wyhel they. were goijg to Since juvenile delinquency is pearance tours. He arrived with
01 Ialsqqerade Party," and visit a dairy farn. t ny asked ---I .*'n i-olence it is justified all new material but the first au-
Dealk iMwL .W fll a for Aud. .Pd if he'd 1I to milk a bow. violence. We picture a very real dience convinced him the British
reayMeadoWs op "The Name's '"No," said Pud, firmly. m.L.aL.ou tnat exists i nthis coun-.wanted the old stuff he's been do-
the '.$ It'l be interesting I Some say this is the finest edu- try-something that should be dien"- ennvin" -I him the British
to Ise wNa.t rtef pauelist Dag- national program now offered chil- stamped out. Movies like 'The wanted the old stuff he's been do-
mar he. Iows all the Idren. Sonny thinKs it la education-. Blackboard Jungle' and 'Rebel' ing since 1939. Now he's giving
as is dbe at ask. al only iadlreetly. can help." it to em.
Ig ll "There'd I difftence between
.-. ,being. taught and learning," he Any arguments?
Evey so often, a. children's pro- say's. "We don't try.to teach any- Added fuel on the Dean Martin-! Lizabeth Scott's a puzzlement to
gram adromes abag.tba, hapilf thing, but the clil-ren-learn." Jerry Lewis feud fire: Dean's 10 friends and former associates.
appealS. both. to:t a .1 kil ae- Stm* an d Ms aoxA nre.eipeet- years older than Jerry and likes to, More Garbo-ish for real than any
selves tand to110. the "authorities bg their first chld, in October. take it easy between movies and other star in Movietown these
wno grit.. i1 their. well- d iated a "WhDm. t b gan to.leook like I was,TV shows. Eager Beaver Jerry, days.
blesn. it was "Din- g ng to make a career out of do. like all comics. needs an audience Selected Shorts: Jimmy Cagney
co ir. l. a ig a-shitreis program, he sys, and favors night clubs and tours. wrote a check for $1000o000 for for-
the latt iso Cw-TwV'i e s Take "we deoieded- w d betd r start --- mer Ambassador Richard Patter-
a 'ri- ... ..., buildingig up qur. wn lL Joan Caulfield tossed a splashy son's Milbrook, N. J., far .
.e f iMlet_. I1o.. mpl. Each When w hae li sqvlt flJ be pLarty for the "My Favorite Hus- Tom Neal of the Neal:Barbara
week, Fosl takes two ptleas-able to' guarantee a dtite au. band" company after the last stan.- a ,i.- Fr-nchot Tone headlines,
ant y, Fl q d diene.." z .. Only invited guests who didn't is said to be giving up acting to
Ginger el a trip some- show up were Barry Nelson, her uceome an 'BI sleut.h ack
where. r y rams to come, for I J etnaIli dWl! 'c Phillip, costar, and his wife. Barry sound- Entratter and JoePasternak are
exam ree trippers wil the c ai4 t bl. INC-TV's' ed off about the dramatic gravy huddling on *Weekend in Las Ve-
visit a-t iato.,.a road build- ",Home" how ll pend Au- going Joan's way not too long ago gas." ,,ocationscenes will be shot
in ga R. lv ane hangar, a gaut in .iadr, .Paris, the and asked ut of the shw. lat the Sands Hotel.
telephone pa and, possibly, French Riviera, me and Lon- a
the B b Jamoree in Can- don filing cookigc, structions. This It Hollywaod, Mrs. Jones: | Mark June 19 as the 50th annl-
ada.s look, ask ques- r They'1l e seek ,m "ome"' The Italian Restaurant in the Val. versary of the world's first all mo-
tions, try- "out. Its funtfor next fai o lees are by ley where Jack Webb dines now tion picture theater, the Nickelo-
the vie f.or the partli1- aext Oetet yo eup your features "Pizza Webb." ,leon, in Pittsburgh.The latt Sen.
pants, t u_. g.odloo' j lch' lrlAte f a ind -a- a John P. Harris was the owner. The
,Moi re aoo i ise.u e *. sandwich. The Witnet: Overheard: *"Nolw good old days at the movies-no
blag A dthere'sin .actre. a who make popcorn i ..!ri ? Ilku1ll-
e time of his lifeyoutdsoe'oaisted0' 1 o t ing asingle-name'billin a ILib-
tht he, lbi time op is ont's pra Cameos' is about 'words." race and Garbo for is Warner
ea# .. i kes a. d sito embark for Europe on a great ,t i ffe scrilpt: Ray Biaily, ot ilm. "Serenade." I've been think-
Glaner fld sheir company a d tenor hunt. Seems there's a short- TV's.Cheerleaders, says it TVdnning ng the studio would bill it this
inqaliveuu .imulaE.lg ad age of good operatic tenors and wait-SU selions with the .stul way:
gel as much kick as su Vinti hopes to find a few in the audience: "We will now sing sot-M "Lanza Sings-at Last."
oat f the places they dark recesses of Italian opera
"I've always ,had a liking or houses.
children," Sonny says. "And they __
like me. It's a certain attitude I Each year, on the anniversary SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE
think-not talking down to them,, of his entry lnto TV (and he
not thinking oT them as too preco- was one of the first to enter), ,CENTER THEATRES TODAY
clous. But, boy, you've got to be Dennis James throws a tre- I
)medausl l rty on his beautiful I LARI.n WT :15- 7M Ge A 8,
- -' +" - Im ~na sI Am bi I~mnifn llrII~rrl llTg 4.1-1 .A #2Alll.rll I~ll
back lwsa orrlooi IOg s
SI Peters Day. land Sound. This year it wai a
beefsteak affair, and such as
S'Herb Shriner, Arnold Stang, Paul
To. SU V ONv bertson, Bert Parks, Phil Foster
aU-.me d brought their wives
NexI Weidnesdayl and appetites.
nV~l ....~ g|They all hope that there are
i many more anniversaries to
The parish of StPeter's in come .Also beefsteaks.
the TrPGy depopulating town 1
La Bena Will celebrate another Dick's Quickie: Gary Crosbyh
annual patronal festival on says he turned down an offer to
Wensday, St. Peter's Day. star in a picture, 'Son of White
14 tribute to the patron saint Christmas.
of the church, there wlU be 1Ho- -
ty coeamnuop at 7.,a.m., cele- Herb Shriner ("Two For the
brated by the Rev. John Spear. Money," CBS-TV); There was one.
A special service of Evensong girl back home who was real glam.
is planned for 7:30 P.m. that orous. She always had a flair for
a. Ret. Clarence W. Hayes, wearing clothes. Even when she
prieat l charge of St. Christo- was a baby, she wore a plunging
pher's,church, Rio Aba.o, will be diaper.
the-ouet preacher. ... o.
The observance will take on ai
soell atmosphere with a recep-
tlon to be held in the parish hall
following this service. Herbert
L.-Moore, who recently returned
frome minary, will be guest of
hoopr o4 this occasion, during l
wech a short prograne will be
sermon By Moore
Moore, a candldata for holy
sedera, willU be the preacher at
t~e choral Eucharist at 7 o'clock
tontorrow morning and Father
pear will officiate.
While a theological student at
ei -e Hell, Iioon fll preach-
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Braves Utilize Homers,
Good Pitching For Wi
Against Crippled Bums
NEW YORK, June,
trying to bring downi a jei
but the Milwaukee' Brav
hope.today of stopping
The raves beat the Dodgers
at thdir own game last night
utilizing big home run blasts and
strong ittchfin fr- a 8-2 tr.-,
umphtr t cut Brooklyn's first
lace lead to 13 games. Lew Bur-
ette scattered nine hits to gaa-i
his fifth victory and the Brave
strategists saw hopeful signs in
the fact that it was their fourth
stralgbt route-going .job by a
The homers were by Ed Mat-
hews, a 485-fobt drive to right
field for the longest ever hit in
Milwaukee, and by Del Crandall
and Hank.Aaron. All came off
Carl Eajine, who suffered lis
fourth 'defeat against eight wins.
Beyond that these things al-
so made MUw-tiaee hopeful.
The Dodgers presented a crip-
pled l Out which had Roy
Campaneila playing part time
on an injured knew Id Duke
Snlder sitting It out. also with
a bum knee. Billy o fe and
Johnny Podres are out of the
starting pitching rotation in-
defInitely with arm trouble
and Russ Meyer is bothered
with a pain in the neck.
The pace setting Yankees
stayed two games ahead of Chi-
cago in the American League
when they defeated the Indians,
2-1, in 10 innings on Irv Noren's
homer while the White Box edg-
ed 'Bosto, 3-2, 6O a run driven
(a on Nelos Fox's bloop single in
ape seventh. The Athletics top-
ped the Orioles, 2-0, on a colla-
25 (UP)-It may h. like
'L 2 1- --t *J I I--* p'
t bomfer with a oean hW iicnmuiO ...-27 .401
es suddenly saw a faint Syracu5 41 79
the high-living Brooklyn ,TDAY .E
boration shutout in: iWch Tom na 0 00-
Gor.man finished u por Arnold Columbus 000 001.o U...4 8 i
Portocarrero Whe I arm. be- SanchIc 8cantlebury (9) and
,'an to bother him 8gi. De-)
troit shook up the nations capl- Noble; ume. -Romberger. (8)
tal with an 18-7 triumph over and iurris. WP-K berer. LP
Washington 'that included a six- --ndi. HR-Krynouki.
run rally in the third, five runs "-
in the fourth, two In the littn Buffalo 000 011 000--48 3
and four more in the sixt. Tornto ,,, .nn,4 1n,,- t5- I
In the other National League Toronto 004 10031x- 15 1
games, the Redlegs beat the Stump, Criante 41, Hahn
Phils -0 on Joe Nuxhall's sec- (tump, rist. ante '(4), Ha t
ond shutout in a row, a four-hit- Miller iand Berberet. LP-St mp.;
ter, after Philly won the open- M ler and B- bet- --Stum,.
er, 8-6, io a hit-fest. The Giants -
toplped the Cardinals 1-0 on Rur- (14 in,..i
ben Oomez' six-hit shutout and Richmonl
Whitey Lockman's homer and 00.00 0 0 0 01-2 8 1
Chicago pounded out a 10-3 tri- syra0cuse
Umph over the Pirates that In- Syra nncnunse- a
clued EBale Banks' 16th omr. 9
'The andians left 15 men on Habenicht, V elle (i), 8 arr|
base and couldn't score after Pi e (1) and Wtling-r
a wild throw by Andy' Carey ton.; M64eadL veijh (1
gave them their only' run in and Lonnett. WP-Lyveigkuth.
the first inning. Yogi Berra LP---Star
tied It up for the Yankees at ---
1-1 with his 18th homer in the
seventh before Noren's game- Rochester 000 001 000-1 5 1
breaking blast. Montreal 001600 lOx-- 13 1
Walt Dropo homered for Chi- .,
cago preceding the winning hit Helm,'Moford (4), Ludwig f8)
by Fox and the d White; Craig n- and Buch.
livened matters further by pull- LP-Heim. HR-Neal.
ing the hidden ball trick on
Sammy White at second. Short-
stop Al Carrasquel tagged him BACK BREAKING
out. in the ninth. BACK-BREAKING
went nearly 500 feet for Wash- ute while negotiating a four.mile
ington.ut It was Washington's tcou- e
seventh straight defeat.
The Orioles collected only homer in Cincinnati's first ame
four hits from Kansas City's defeat as did Smokey Burgess.
pitching in suffering their Banks drove in three huns with
seventh shutout in 11 games. his. homer and two singles to
Gome, turning in his finest pace the Cubfor. walker ooper i
ob of the year for his fifth vi- also homered for Chicago andur-mi
at St. Louis. -- 1
Nuxhall, who shutout Pitts- YESTERDAY'S STAR R-
burgh Orin hiles collect stayed only homered bn Gome of the Giants firso
hitting support omKansas City'Klus- ptchefeat as dix-it okey utrgest
ewki'ob of thend year for fifthally over the Cardials, striking and
Post's th. t o hit a out eight and walking none.ts burgh.
oPost'S l fthpat hit. a out eiglat and walUdng none.LI
Intrnationa IVFW Teener ti dt i"if
League On/v $ 700 $2,00 Godl
O-nlv $ 700a[ $ p G 1.
Toronto ,.. ..42 24
Montreal .... 40 26
Havana .. 41 27
Columbus ... 33 34
Rochester ... 31 34
Buffalo .; 27 38
. 15 U4
JIR IA, I
The fund -
send .the teo
ore wees to
nt that the
be raied for
'HME IS THE HERO Jack Fleck, new National Oten :champ,
embraces hbia father, Louis. at Davenport, iowa, after arriving
from tan Fraicisco, where he Von the title.
Panma Boxing Commission
Penalizes Martin, Brown,
West For Duping Public
Boxing promoter Enrique Mar-
tin and New Orleans lightweights
Joe, Brown and, Juntus, West
were found guilty of fraud last
night by the -nanama, Bosng
Commission at a special meeting
called to consider thi case oi
the fighter who used the name
of Nat "Killer" Jackson in his
bout with Brown at the Panama
Gym ast Thur4ay0.
Mai.n had .ppmoted $he pro-
gram which waa sponsored by
the physical ucatn apd
Sports Department, because prO-
; IS Ii POSSIBLE for VCEROY dgret io
4 d of Tb~eIhaSA
', -A -, T -..:,w; lies ,: ... .
[. ;'i....._" ,' .. ,. .* ,. ^ ^ -
look .r .^'b
ceeds were to be used to help
build children's playgrounds in
Panama. The program was a fi-
nancial loss and the Physical
Education Department received
Martin was fined $25 and
suspended one year from box-
ing activities; Brown also was
fined $25 and given a six-
month suspension; and' West
who was tried In absentia wan
meted a $25 fine and a three-
year FOspn ~ Vn
SThe Eong iommlssion ad-
mitted that its office had been
careless in not verifying the
Identity of West. They said,
however, that because the bene-
fit program had the backing of
government officials, they felt
that everything must have been
on the level. "As humans," they
said, "we are subject to error."
Martin insisted throughout the
hearing that he was duped by
West's manager, Seymour Ferl-
na, who made him believe that
West and.Jackson were the same
person, West being his real name
and "Killer" Jackson his fight-
Martin argued that if he had
known that it was not the real
"Killer" Jackson, but an almost
unknown mediocre fighter who
came to box Brown, he would
not have agreed to pay West
Brown readily admitted that
he knew all along that West was
not Jackson. He maintained how-
ever, that Martin and others
knew of the situation, and he
(Brown) took it for granted that
some officials knew also and
since no one asked him any
questions, he thought it best to
DurIn tine late stages of the
three-hour meeting, Brown, who
up to then had spoken in low,
respectful tones, became irked
because he felt he was being
asked the same questions ever
and over, and throwing down a
copy of yesterday's The Panama
American on the table around
which officials sat, he almost
shouted, "Every thinZ in that
story is true, with.the exception
of the part about West being
forced at gunpoint."
Brown was referring to
United Pres story from New
Orlesis ln which West said
Martin to hai to use the
nam oft Jadkom.
LiOM a State boxing com-
missioj chairman Tom ttleton
was quoted in the story a say-
ing, I wold say from the re-
port submitted to us that West
was BR alir forced at gunpiant
to represent .himself as Jack-
The Boxing Commisson ex-
plained that its members had
been particularly lenient. with
Brown because he had cooper-
ated fully during the hearing
and appeared to be penitent and
Broew apologized for the
wrong he eommitted and stat-
ed tat he would lke very
mnh to ,sepething to
maSE up foe the art he play-
edI I te. tera. e add he felt
brhut the wbeW affair
Stht he was sure
4 0a aamb way.
said he Is offer-
Sto t children's
fund for only one
f# -. .
; 'c 'g ':
The Na jd Brewery, as
usual, coniuted generously to
this community project.
In the Canal Zone, The NCO
Clubs cnta1 to be the main
source of raising funds. The NCO
Club at Fort dayton, through
their efforts raised $57.25, where-
s the NCO Club at Fort Ama-
dr took In $38.
This week's contributors:
NCO at Clayton ........ $57.25
National Brewery ....... 50.00
NCO at Amador ........ 38.00
Cardoze and undo ... 20.00
Geo. F. Novey and Co. .. 20.00
W. T. Coffee ............ 10.00
George Wills ........... 5.00
Charles Abernathy ...... 500
Sarqh de la Pena ....... 5.00
Agenda Crawford ....... 3.00
Mildred Abreu .......... 1.00
By Lefty Bill Miller
NEW YORK, June 25-(UP),
Toronto's already formidable
pitching staff may be fortified
by still another strong pitcher-
Bill Miller-n the Maple Leafs'
efforts to beat off the challeng-
es of the Montreal Royals and
Havana Sugar Kings in the in-
ternational League race."-
Miller, a strong southpaw,
turned ian eight-hit, 9-2 vic-
tory last night as the Maple
Leafs downed the Buffalo Bisons
and restored their grip on first
place to a gamb and a half.
The Royals took over second
place via an 8-1 conquest of the
Rochester Royals while the Sug-
ar Kings dropped from second' to
third. when they bowed to the
Columbus Jets, 3-2. The Syra-
cuse Chiefs won a 14-nting
thriller; 3-2, over:the Richmbnil
VitAginlaa in ae0-other game. .
MUlter's sturdy. itching was
backed by a I5-hit attack on
four Buffalo pitchers a s the Ma-
ple Leafs cored their fourth vic-
tory :in five games.
Penn Boxing Moguls
Shift To Harrisburg
For Dope Case Ruling
PHILADELPHIA, June 25-
(UP) The Pennsylvania
Athletic Commission, despite
attacks that It is an illegal
body, shifted Its operations to
the state capital at Harrisburg
today for a decision in Its in-
vestigation of the "blackout"
bout of Harold Johnson and
Chairman James n. (Sleepy
Jim) Crowley, former member
of the "Four Horsemen of No-
tre Dame," said the Commis-
slon will study briefs and the
volumninua testimony of nine
days of hearings next Tuesday
and Wednesda and "probably
a/rive a aa dechsio by the end
of next week."
. ---- -- ... .
show& atomg other it--, a
tty s 6n"4"d Ml.
L mii MLh. Lynn M ii
YE9T.B* B3USULTS ,
(N eight O "
Brooklyn W0g100100-2 9 2
Milwaukee 1 000 10x-8 S O
Erakfae (8-t, Hghes, Kou-
fax, .Lablne, :Utbak and Ccm-
panella, Walker ...
Burdette (5-8. amd Crandall.
(Night Game) ''
New York 000100000--. 3 0
St. Louis "000000 000-0 6 0
Gomez (4-3) and Katt.
Poholsky (1-3), LaPalme,
Wright and Burbrink.
Philadelphia 000302 030-8 8 1
Cincinnati 010011030-6 14 1
Negray (1-0), Meyer and Lo-
Minarcin (4-3), Klippstein,
Black, Freeman and Burgess.
Philadelphia O 000-0 4 0
Cincinnati 020 0001-30x-- 10 1
Dickson (5-8), Zipper and
Nuxhall(7-4)- and Landrith.
Pittsburgh 010100100- 3 8 1
Chicago 0051103 0-10 14 1
Friend (3S4), Purkey, Face and
Mlner (6-3) alind Cooper.
MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
Br UNITED PRESS
(Based on 41 offielal at bats)
Player and club Ab r h Pet.
Kaline, Detroit 83 250 S624 .37"
Kuenn, Detroit' 4 217 35 "13 .336
Fox, Chicago 88 259 38 88 .320
!Doby Cleveland 54 208 3 865 .313
Power, K. City 58 2254 -70 J11
Ashburn, Phll& 56 217 41 78 .369
C'nella, Bklyn. 84 240 42 81 .338
Mueller, N.Y. 2 258 28 86 .333
Klus'ski, Cincl. 62 245 41 81 .331
Aaron, Mllwau. 688 272 43 89 .327
Snider, Dodgers ......... 23
Kluasewski, Redleg ..... 22
Campanella, Dodgers .... 19
Mantle, Yankees ........ 18
Mays, Giants............ 17
RUNS BATTED IN
Snider, Dodgers .......
Campanella, Dodgers ...
Ennis, Phillies ........
Kluszewski, Redlegs .....
Kaline, Tigers .........
Mantle, Yankees ........
Mantle, Yankees ........
Smith, Indins .......
Snider, Dodgers .........
Bruton, Braves ..........
Gilli4m, Dodgers ........
Kaline, Tigers .........
Aaron, Braves .......
Smith, Indiana ..........
Fox, White Sox ........
(Based on 7. Decisions)
Dcombe, Dodgers 12 1
iovan, W.S. .... 9 2
in, Indians .....9 2
oyo. Cardinals .. 8 2
a, Dodgers ...... 7 2
PaMn Wm2), Humd amfttf.
Cl'velitd OO 0
New York 000000400 4
Garcia (3-9) and Naragon,
Kucks, Konstanty (8-Q) and
Kansas City 000020000-2 4 0
Baltimore 000000000-0 4 -2
POrtocarreo (2-3), Georman
and Astroth. -
B" ovin (1-4.), Mfoore and
Indians 'AB RR0OA
Smith 3b ........ 4-' 0 3 1
Aa 2b ....5.. 8 1 1 2 a
ob ct .......:.: 4 0 3 7 0
Rosen lb ....... 4 0 0 9 0
Woodligif...... o '2 0
Pb :yrf. .f ...4 .0 0 0
Strckland u .... 4' 0 1 1
totals 3 1 108 8
McDougld 1 2 8
Bauer rt ...... 0' 2 .0
Mantle f ...... 4 f 0 3 0
Berra c ......... 4 1 1 3 0
Skowr'on lb ..... 4 1 10 1
Noten If ........ 4 2 3 0
Carey 3b 0...... 0 1
Hunter sk ....... o0 o f
a-loward ........ # 0 o '
b-Rtiutoss..,. 0 1 0
Uccksp ... I r b0
c-Robinson ...... 1 0 0 0
Konstantyp ...... 0 0 %0
Totals 32 2t 853017
"'V-Oz e out in 10th1.wt wn-
ning rml scoed..
a-Base on balls for' dnter In
b-Ran for Howard hi "b.
c-Hit into double play :.r
Kucks in 8th.
d-Completed strikeout for Na-
ragon In 10th.
Program rTo- Ofl
Monday At Baboa Y
50 The annual children's swim-
ming program of the Balboa
Y.M.C.A.-U.S.O. will open on
63 Monday,.Jue 27. Clawe for
59 children from 8 to 12 yem at
59 age will be held each nornng
55 Mondays through Thursdays for
53 two months.
Ida straus and Bob Featon .
the instructors and will conduct
94 classes fdr beginners at |:I
89 each morning, for interlpe4fttal
86 at 10:00 a.m. and for advanced
86 at 11:00 a.m.
83 Private lessons can also bewar
ranged for by appointment.:
Those wishing to enroll chi-
dren may call the Balboa ..M4.
Pet. A. for information or register
.923 directly at the "Y".
g.818 All registrants shQuld be at
.818 the Y.M.C. Monday mornMU.Ut
.800 9:00 to determine which m fs
.778 they quality for.
FLOTA MERCANTE ;
GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. A
Aeepting GCenral Cargo Per:
NAST COAST AN GULF PORTS U. S. A.
SaWlnlgs: Every Fifteen ays for:
Houston and New Orleans
Sailing: Vy Ten Days for:
New Ycrk Philadelphia Baltimore
(Gulf Vemebs call at VRACRUZ and TAMPCO
(MEXICO) ewy six weeks)
Monthly sailings from BALBOA to CENTRAL
AMERICAN PORTS and U, 8. WEST
COAST OfTS. :
Monthly sailings fro m ALBOA
to BUENAVENTURA, MANITA and GUAYASU".
Wilford & McKy;Inc.
Mlas e .MM k e <3-016. X.
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S'-onto Todoay- .35. .20
Stewart Grapger Grace
Leslie Caron, in "ULI"
'DEAL .Today .20. 10
Paulette God4ard, in
'Charge of The Lancers"
Ricardo MontalbAn, In,
"SARACEN BLAD .
i __i___ly _C_~_ II___ ~ ~ I L____~~_
-. Jl. Ld
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..... . . .
t 1ION ?h Af Statei
Pro Redskins About S rt
Jill se ve r a
y TA or
avert young WASINTOi-(NEA) ioe
, never we. t end, -i.
Be% Hoganu a the ex- '- to
ot ct ,."1 a .es oef a ,..ref d br the gm1e A ca .n brk w, a o.
Sma Francisco, but the kanen says
ambition wu there Il George Da paid him under
$16,0W amn*tla, points to the club
Itan was. Flck's daer alo by taking on ecrmt efid John Car-
o- a ond tdlesitive of the our cs at A b i..e only $5. below h s.
4asthe amforlof him four-and-
a-half sqpl one, &r&Ig. Fleck UN CLUB
te youngster named NsO-
a .o .a wX.. hs. pen/ NOTES
overruled 'ae, he
I Wd, Craig. after Crala -- IL*"*
WO d.. /CRISTOB'AL
IN PERSONAL AP PEARANCE, ar be combined
Fleck perhaps best c be desltrp-akeet shoot at the- GCrsto-
t a ed a a bigger editor of H an. ie a un Club rage on Sunday.
Jak And ingb g the Opea a %t OroUnd p tea Wpe dete eas, ia n
modest chap who hab e corn 1arm wil l acnsdt 50
belt s.xited was not unlike the .reat 6det a nd priss will
matches sw be Hbwaed according to thel
Sr e ae Standing six-feet-an e, be is as lightrvt an h. 24S ytm mle rak o g te ep G sAS a1t be
a an I A the ly gaunt swarthy. sbarp-feature b..e. or, n teenew -al l
Sman wil dark brown hair. h younger shooters to n.
Fo tt _e, To compete for the prizes, nheo.f.h
ad anything In- the past,.
-"-!"ry t A.T.A. and the Canal Zone
merl weeut fuetrendao fn t o ju eh te FLC E H h ae polan ting Associato10)n L rn DAYth indon' s rteachde" bigg asS while ye ongsters et used to standing In evigh etin of t gate. e tean e
b reoh Twas a c paoeef th peo ndpe Tae Hog oe need ta e nttrege g ua iktes histtron it is not neces- t.s on thel r tact I. hu e An stunt a r a ntle reld on he ardle to make s h jue
Stheve b wing into a pronounced follw ag to the h R "e., a sat. d led starter hs done bs r..
*Il dlded and ofog ta lwdde ame ornehunron to. c do p reang o thi raompeted l .u t o p sh
Ju on.oaoiue gws in 52, Ed a in54 and now Jack throwough. fr By BNEA Service The principal at the lMoymouth So a failure to start can oniyu That's why starting crews
bnPnegbin at onl0.m. Pvbhark school on the New Je blamed on the horse, one such atent teachers.
r ooth les d weller Ind the B w grea Of nsQ er-nin. Be Flek ra le d yon oe oeaef his foir enr Oreor e ew
the ats has definitely en r fi and Itsmmer, but school bells sore or example, is Starter EI rghtenend or tangled in the te A an theeak with al on a
s fub rouh was suymdoic F te eJnd o HnfreO we t i e Roland Casanova has been are ringing at the nations running die Btind, who has the help of nine I once is likely to be a bad starter eve ne and afid
S ub rou weaas syoca n ered moeem of the e to take in ... hotter on the seet range than horse tracks. assistants. The students are two.- for the rest of his career. 'has done his ob.
Sno nl tho B s wle r a nt pn layed cas though e were broke one hundred an- thirt the difficult ant of properly using, ear-old. preparing for their rnac.- on
e Jbn w u tow le ift thar a Nyo e o doein & trance, and noh t even eogan fou targets straight missing his the e se tarting gate. ihg heduts d lfcler horses wgoe O D S
Se ver found a beer way to c. next bird, b only five birds ing. hae bh diafri oe rty in rse gate. hn oU a le d s O
Scaf n owin and caust heosgre t consterntihena behind Joe Raueter's record, It's natural for a thoroughbred Blind ha i the newcomer led a-
er tan rarities, the oros Furgol and Flecks threaten o Flck, a friday, mild-manner SOieIe go. of one hundred to run, but the juvenile has to be round the gate for is15 mutes, i l
became the epamonplace. ed fellow, i s a busg a phaysi c a and thirty ni..... ne taught to run from a standing ust to show the steed there Isol Eitor IR!lM
IS isr fret obvious that whena Fleck can coly Out 1e ue cndion He bn smoke and Complete .ore for enes-lstart in s iron and steel contrap. nothing to fear.
When So break par three tie on one of the st eactn takes nhing strnger Than i le day o.......... l llow:IamThe col o fl i
I a (e nly to that dead rough and brooding trees) the cream And tea. He ver .g an nearly eet te. h c d orfiuly s leto at o r ba
p en 4 baeen played over, form, A Applied to Probability He has, the perfect golfing e- (25 targets) .lig m ts seaoed. r. m. tan bee GOer A
*. the. trkt eIan. m i e C. o .......... 1 oin or o. eg e. |h e lp.r ohpd dadd 11 otll to stn fe
a tehem 0 1110 .. p.ramens He doe't bubble over,th c, taerh fre a tn e an oter obt aSS 1 t r,
V o STor eigt i years the stenciled headline has nor is he any part u i an introvert. R. Casanova ..........24 asisan sate tl to him ge cts B AIT
;a I T p o i e I s wmal b a la 4c ed Wid Sel er ly. K i ndness is the teachers's big-h ou nt
been: eat Uorgtn and Take It An.d The co mpong rhe mmban He's wel bp nced- in set o wmtee Windy s sellers .......... 23 oIf do te leest asmes wl geknegrt w hits e _Dyork oaLuThemple- lNe cl
oI wh pl i ng w ho pltayerla mei t me n aon Take It our, b twe 23e da s her ll when a thef it e nt e ms i. size of a mmite Yo h e lrval
nk that ers and set th one: Open Champ ionship Wide pen i Jo the uetr ............. 23 At h ae. d es h fav T e on a st asset wl n sec seos get hsed By AL MeCLANE n r
atrin. eouse all i indication = t to = ost sh a eltuou p. i FLECK APErlAPS HAS made Art Button (410) ........ 23 gate. Veteran exercise boys calle Fishing Editora
T o there m he good Plaers in 7g olf Atday tan evor--an N a year. u o Just like Shorty Schearayder .... 21 s re
Thee roes. pAnyte g e. o eto playing toe thanm ber- o and o bpo am year blok-r in a sore- Bill Clark ............ 19 on their tact in handling. ONE of the best natural bass
onga h. for On nt t o OhF courses, ooersee, abe They umaa be y oua at a ......... .. 1 rom seaces base rcstoarydy pen. The Dbso dlyoprnoblyo hre
iwr Irlelt oes Anytime. thue e haven tour p ov ie f t pb t anyu ir th e horse gets past this baits is the hellgramnite. Dow
en old mm --and the tto Sto Farc from Texu s s an old man deat home and drivinghe a middle W. Johnston ...... o oe nnt t
I h oas e.-a. eau-rd ihn h om -the s-ignificahe there for, 1 clam ear -a i the........ a .. B. a1 By B aEANS REARDON stage without difficulty, the rear at your local bait emporium the
ydlearsoef hasurned t in ths space and are falter foacda n ca ` 14aet gate is cloud.rte br lack o are and near' m taea aow in a
to e Iall readeled as you have Fad h Is da hlloy tt ........ ... .....11 I. Tears win Nx Si an g relpetr erd the crniger" oer sod e might, .be own .as -
Sthe at plbe, munici a Joe Cook ............. 11 he Written for r he ie lr an I mont the
I Thre pl eion ar Gen "g 'a t a -ta a M l M t er e and oe n re n o dI bm a fear, the pr0 y m y-a t Jeist, 1 l t
IU do" w.- o H- m Iew up at t:30 a. ca man on second le t le batt l ..e the re's no reason why you cante o un t a
I ,Yr .a, *,izardry is scarcely needed to count the number ain to oes the ol_. shop of th e Windy Sellers. .........25 hits down ther ht t ied _; h sato. The Nxt. ce w n r is Th hce a taco te Is ythe la hr
on who.e-laera i golf. Cy whole plaer Is mean o i ewhi 0sldn thc t drsy hiem B r .. ........2bonsahtlnia sa Thea wat.r.ne athe oo orm but n e -utTh hgemea s atlelr aa
ve ot n the bag Aa matter of fact, the now feumetris husband scaled there Bird Stephenson ..... as the umpire rules t fair The a straight line so s nt to in- ofo a lar e-winged insec a
nTer ro that ilttes aghainS t the developn heights. A brother-in-law, Curly Orady Hardison the ao catcher rips his mask off to argue terfere with youngsters on ether called "Dobson fy, te and the total '
ty ,sn of a the l I the eupai m oaer Waay, os- t and rand t e l Cook ..... 0 As he does so, the umpire thumbs side. An assistant starter has a wing spread mbay measure four b i -l
aent of the failly .equ lpped shot makers sWye i m t..o vl assetan ntt th o iCoes atd ...". ... 20al "o
The pros y the pen for prestige the Chamber of Co pro at the Duck Creek course, so, Mrs. ill Clark........15 him out of the game The runner e hold on the bridle to make inches from tip to tip. -
Sanont t coue you see, muipal o D ven- lker ................. 15 from second base races toward the sure the peagreen c o m es out The Dobson fly probably lives
r ih y ent c ad m soenm tol y monre han ou o pto a r. O Mrs. B. 8teheun ... .. plate. The first baseman throws straight and with head' high. about one week and appears to .
theyts aren't ed on to pwclahy more uln toth uer oe, a r rCr Two years ago, Fleck was offer- tceots oi k, p is a fol uf Mrs S be more abundant during t h e
shots ate most. S thehe catcher has been Finally, it's time to practice a months of June and July. Th
MIddlecoff has pointed ouL In tspace, and are faced with Me ed a job at private club in the ene awe un r stress and h
Sa e pt ae Cs w aapeothrown out of the game. Wh hat real start. The horse is taught rt r foundean srea s as
entif,,ally placed traps and tough, peating rough, they are quad Cities, which have happ men nd0hetdplaen ereer to the Steiw.s aend tre so theor in the oag the ai inity ofelctrict igts r
w ed...... ....-- .--,tin of 0,0 0o V m happens here?- Sheldon Stei. reond to the rngig of a loud te vicinty of electric lights. 0soe time. After their two years
wj i_,wi. ,,vee Ion aRdd bell on top of the gate. The bell ,and 11 month sst
There i s a implication from Gene Saranen: "it Isn't that bei o ngo R d. thoe ooe. The bal r1-mro 'se a t ay in the wat, .
they don't know how to ik the shots, for these fellows spend Est moine, but the new oen or Alli S Answer: The 'runner must re-and doors are conoiled by n From two to three thou sa l l a
yours .o.f wiwtho e,,ery cub._hatwhs tn t, champion turned it down to tour lure to third base. The Instantlelectrical trigger held in the hand eggs are deposited on leave.ter in May or June and enter a
S u t eve u.W wp ms a y s much he d d wor on e catcher was tossed out, the of the starter who works from a stones, and other obJects aove short resting sge, after whih the
are wa o u mt payg cer. sm ot u.ner pre eywis em a game stopped. high stand just in front of the ate the water; these are found in adult insect emerges and fi
S n wat "t all 'e dFleck didn't make expenses on u t bed the safety of the I n I d e white jelly-like mass about theway. The complelecycler
Parnthetically, Sarazen i bet unfairly criticized for leav- the tour, but the result was un- Q. When a relief pitcher enters ra.. size of a nickel. You have pro-qures three years.
Img TVie*ers around the nation with the impression Hogan had folded on the trying Lake Course Rntry blanks for the Atlantic a game, does he have to make one Many a horse player, seeing his ably seen these white patcheS i. hen used for bait they can
won at the end of the regulation 72 holes StUr9y, and Ignor- of the Olympic Club of San Fran- Aid sAnnual Fourth of July pitch to a batter or must he stay choice left at the post, b I a M e On streamide boulders hundrsbe aed In mnp mo,
I g the blity that Fleck, who was still out, might still catch Cisco. swimming meet are now avail- In until the batter either is put the starting ate for failure to o- of and it is avisabe to hook them
Ha&ie an. One of Jack Fleck's courses Is able. They may be had at Gatun, out or reaches base safely-Andy pen. The eggs develop into youn
Trhe S pitfpl l into which anypne might have fallen the Credit d.Isd, but he no lonp Coco Solo and Fort Davis swim-
nics it ,Parbazel wi, because he has been through so many of has to put anything an the cuff. Ming Pool$, or at local gymna-
a.se d the stagg os theo arr fce Te picer mut pose of Contrary to popular convention, found under stones In swift rif-rough e md low
i n t a.l oser r e se the ua i u neg.o I ds teIa harmenr ac ed. en/ rih. one batter. the gate is operated by a Iak of fles .and are taken for bai yboth endto wrout.
job. an to ber cmpledts f .italy nevo l on .exe- u sI electric Magnets hold te turig over stones and placig meen o t
ldt. m a sports mkne over to a person who actaly l f 100yard free style L teeague managers who have no pressed, i shuts off the ele"ctriciydon o. to ch hganm td t e then
I clrsMOtE T oAN MECH NICS h 'neld for children of the various Dressen. nkeys. they can lve out of water ortheay wil ren a live.
SIo cls to the skin hod Ii too fimuetl betryed hr anl .. ...3 i I m thanl 2 hours w ith E/l L PANAME ...O
Imerinatlon that overrles a slvely latelligence. The Olymple V
eure was made to order for his log woods and pin-point Irons. Convenient schedules and excellent service frum
r cloe to pa. n any of h four ro ds Fifth of a series Pan to Bogot, vi Medellin, with N0
Utler made the Old Orapd Blammer look good at DBalusrol last W t CHANGE OF PL ANE.
summer by coming within a stroke of tying FurgoL Olympic was
a course Maldelly S ted to his game. 'e was 0 over pr at IT happened i the last round of I i f
tMe finish, the Isto Greater Groensboro. N. Mournt fin ut l
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WW W WM`&en ure. This remains to. be seen. 4t oo bl, l World ol uerground Te Wlest Al
aMke book on him as of now. you'd say he's ame fe a as relaiv41y r O Werl4 Culture! Po. American Wrd A
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AN INDEPENDENT DAILY
ALGIERS. Algeria, June L the ope know se truth and Pie country in 4" i Abraoam. "Ail
rines, commandos, Infantrymen
rebel strongholds today in the big- --- i
1o years ago. M oSalk
Reported tMore al Vaccine Avale
sands of suspects have been round
'rebel terroerismin this key aredoy.at ad s A onthe
ane ty wasrgented that his nation
would never surrender Itd Cb- WASHING ree inoculation 25-gram UP It possible m e by alne li y on doses a freed Rortt would be week or 10 e ecret o th Am. events sumt ys resa on e
r leras. een lirapin badly because of Lilly is understood to have made ublc bu.. erledem
Inhabited North territories -The government announced would be released In the next a big hel to the foundation. Job
tof fanaticaloimper'ialism.", yesterday that it may release week or 10 days if toe final data The foundation already has And it is xpetetd to be Aev-
speakin Marseillesr polio vaccine n ext -particularly on final contain shipped enough vaccinomplete the second al more wee or a nonth be- om pete
charged that "certain f o r e I g n week. insiders said the action er tests-na in order," the agen- the round of first shotin all 48 fore majrTysicks start COrn
couin the desolate Aures ountains considerable amount of vac- any oe tme.several mut If illiveral eral mllon doseses c san the next h llil.
i n central Alsurgenta. forine diat a secret ulameetiong Thur. -ea weaun
French motorized infantry and This would be a major bost The government h eas not re- It also has nt eee716,00 shots tyice A
e and armerie units were re- for the Nat ional Foundation e f or leased any vaccine since June 6 into eight Southern andouth- w ithea t
an et vd 5, o..a -e A r iat w n approved more than ,- western states to start e e 8 (P)Theor trip to New England, congratulates Wilburrl- gr o w tI e n ed t
e al units of parachunasts Partilularly e0as!:ar o elop e sal m po rm k ob aseo
Alger rom transport plane bee- t limpin badly because of Lilly s understood to havertcate n the fourthpublic but It iestimatednftered by rincton a a na- a pec ad t mure ay
French lanes took off to pound the vaccine shorage. well over million more doses that th cellor et the Rockele on e a sutotes need not
rebe marines and inConstantry. ne The Nationalwestitute of nearly ovide for a eleons will be made early approval each resident to spend he ton
inuspected of belonging to te e lu- h Ipreitn WesterneaceT e Pr the Personinel Director. Gesdencat an C stituhion of should have potmtap et
hive htrebel aromy inthe region had stereo id the government's Officials emhaized there omatc soshotrces sad te shots to complete cncernng hs dv al choe or n merely to the t to
een arrested. Seven rebe trying vaccine e learance ommittee re- no way ofl al understanding emergound the program s being furnshe e comparable educational the agency and/or ern
to flee were shot dead. viewed the testing data on a much vace will be released at Thus, even the release of prnpal anal t service as e a-
n the desolate Aures Mountains "consid werable" ademo n ths o nt a of any e f several m eras with Presimillion unit and applcaIons for the a- Accordtheto a copy of the an- wards, however, arethe
mte navy ed at a dent Elsenhower and British wards shou be submitted prior nounceme from P rn ceton ed to subdie gont r
ala pamer On ony she Navy identified the Nep- 'prime Minister Anthony Edenh to July 22 to the personnel Universt, the type of candidate search that should be, fucted
Hjt tune as a model designed chir- ;r- Government officials with- Training Offier In the Balboa desired and conditions under on a normal on-duty i or
After ead ly for anti-submarid ne nd p- the held comment on the report. Heights Adminstraton Building, which the awards are made as that should be throu
s trolmssion .^ But normal sources said Ade- The Roc kef eer Public Ser- follows: currently available rO S
Sstantine Department and start d crashed but made no menf settlement involving confessions outstanding public service by l- performed has been distin- ed antlatdth
uned from a rock into the tion of the Russian attack. The IIIII to Russia is envioned, re-uni- vllan i e executive branch Ished by te tual matur- imatetenwase
arc of native village in B each yester Air Forcthe agency aid, because a art of t. o the Federal Government and leadership, character and a
sonuIAdmialrrallthery fotiLONDON, 25 r en it tried tort ityli again being gi- tablishen atnd who eviden se the htarevihd'en to li-
Iunits of parachutists particularly on final safety tests Western Big Three nations wereefthto employes of the Panama ty under a grant from s valu intOr genita pi, .
n ide after his head struck near lltes reported today there would bhave aeno nuance and advancement to R of ela sincere interest anle f u eulo n esIm o
phe sandy bottom. t enes b- ne caught yire. anhtnee"plen nderstanding Allied deal with the Soviets at those in the s service rsmersece as a careerno r a eiof n ft r byte grad-
t enPhilv center of re-I from the manufacturers. ci-nriconadi dn r aniherl th a mhionor the Rockefee llter optional trust,. C ieed n r
bel activity, and Tamalous t- Wo join Most of this Is expected In th -e anb' roapea c K ettlement o e Awards r wnh Thewa rs aren ietouatresm ofaoef re o. rne
raso, was swimming with his word of the Incident Thursday (A Tephoto) ad be t year, It was annonedunceod creed, coltr or national orlgn. upon f e astoom D nl
friends yesterday morning t h eMigs Imp er a te Personnela a INSPECTS DAMAGE A tine Predent Juan Peron allay West German fears tat e ester is Pa Tr r or
sive dumped from ahe rok into the mountn inn outside Rutland, talks with Gen. Franklin Lunero as they tour es of Soviet offers of "neutralhe ull information concdence of demonstrated value of throh the head of e vart
been arpparesntly struck his head b t Aftre r the Preoident finiIed BLeo' -I, dm .ed b bomb lailt wek ihort ired revolt-u rnfL in 11n eventua C ah s thee- mloye to the government ous Diiono, and Bureag.
to flee wesuch force that he suffer- a speech in Franconia t heainiotcac, oei c ud v
ril prlysis on one side. N.. he demonstrated na spe al from the Westancisco speechan- the A I *
Stelephe trale arked near- earlier ts weeksviet Foresi- units and applicatdge Guthrie ons for the a- According to a copy On
u st sdent Eisenhower and British wards should be submitted prior nouncent
SwimmerhParotyzo nOThe Navy Lrentified the Nop6 Ministerptoyo p hm a_ d nen rieinot
SMIt wte .nnce with a sote of the tohie- r l / u I omitted any reference to Ger conviction agaList James a. Red- er ihopea u -
75c 75c. est oflf terls who saimned n Government offt. i als with l prsenta- mond, a Panam the Canalboa desired and conditi
Sthe Washington e of n- on of R as blueprinthe report. Heights Adiniyesterday maon Buidint ch the awards aremae u e
Bottom At F Herbert A eneva Big Formasour "summit"d d- n i-n't T he Rockefeller Public Serv- folloWoIs: AIc n choo s
Hooversanihthttep enauer won Allied support for hinrioAwardsp c onsumed but the effect on theta
Thursoumdayrnihtbthmatheplnoen-suggation that If any.package to Rive special recognition to federal ceer employ s
TODAY Present with H er were De- ing concessions outstandingvidua l which determines in- orae been -
plunged from a rock nto the ti of the Russian attackharles E. Thel- The Russian s envisioned. rhas be-ni- aviation the executive branched by intet
after at Farfean Beach yester Air Force -said the pla n crashed" e gfation must be a part of It. of the Federal Government and o td le haersactr O an ,a
,ysuffredPri antriendtolnde tona beacgThis- would imply an assur- toestablishincentives for conti- competence and who ,even hi isthe
one side after his head struck near Gambel after stRadford ance thato discourage would beesto nuance and even new teachers have been of the Chares school to prin-
heandy tttentaff, and Deputy Defense e Junees Allied deal with the Sviet thosJan o as yet to which ofe in the service.bal Mag n one's an Amer n and Junior High erce al areer
Ivan ot in Parisd, w th rtary Roberort Anerson. D. Peron was reported todayto mn s would rea r d The program undertakenond schTie rools, according to an Other tran: Mss
oniered to be in ,fair0cond- Hagertn conferred bythe tur welephonebew n o oe would be # 406dan experinmed1ta0 nouncement thipse wep from the Mabel McFarquhar from a t-
ton today at orga his hospital were not inov er in Washington federal poe onditn his reorganed Butobserverare on for an overall owhe ge yes- been assignmployed to the elementary entry school
he out stepo sy Mr. Eisenhowe P nt reached The reportedunderstancabinet.Ei a ofavit hSn new ntchers te: Hazel rcieAnd ab
rao, was swimming with his word of the downing of the U.S. pay- T. dn education, communcatinsanlorti
| rslepbwt*) ashsaid --b e MTOny gglcT *heess sential crite isa Paoc, Trainig Qihie r ormen
fe when mhenin to occu o Seems Low Bidder ;?n*. *"ad Irns seviet haD dehw pnce of d n emonstt f thr h theheadsC othe v
Shejumped from a rock into the m ont renoutide Rutland, (right I ta with Gen. rankn Lueros they r at S o oaliab, and Byron Lee. Bo High School to Bo
water. Vt'Buenidst oAiresldnoUm .ndCom n o A last cabntnith r ti reot m Severhl chnngs In ssign-Junior High School; Cigtfdnmhunt
SHe apparently struck hshea After the Presidentl finished to Anthony ggiere, ith n of- ubmittes hr i ted t responseIn the West. hht l Zone lce Ltn-Amrcn chool t or th Prlo men to Pa -
withISuch force that he suffer- a SpeCh in FranconiaN otchS ay*r opd- enhio ta Fac i s eet Say os eoven ou r
ed partial paralysis on one slide. N.H., he stepped Into a special in'E his SntWcse
telephone trailer parked near- dn earlier this week, Soviet For- Judge Guthrie F. Crowei n o 1 Tweachers
by and had a tepone eon- r' eign Minister ,VM Molotov upholding a drunken driving '
atfoence with some of the high-C CP er n S rhopp ingthe ro unm d omitted any reference. to Ger- conviction against James F. Red-
I1 c75c. est officials who asse smbledIneMa unification IShn his presenta- ond, a Panam s Canal admea-i
the Washington office -of Un- h on tion of Russia's blueprint for the Lumoesedayintinedah h l
L*,der Secretary ofnSetat HBrbertn C eb eGeneva Big Four "summit"bcon- s oier, yestera moantaon hat lcoh AmOerica
Hooi v peroc.FrrdC6 rd ineerWinEiste1s Therence. consumed but the effect on the
fense Secretary oitrles ot W nCo--tructoDirtor th n The Russianlntehebecons d toe -reyaecr Pr Opn
son, Admiral Arthur W.Ra.dfurd to discourage Westerntn Eleven new teachers h been Of th Chagres scoo to princi-
1:82:06:7,P chairman of the Joint Chefs of BUENOS AIRES rtninaL There was no concrete Inda -ope for an over-all setl en ha appehiapp t to the stafoftCial
TEME TREmSS 1 -... M T. We're gonna be in movies" ,w sR e ays Oth ,eroee In t h e
E TI I v THE MOST W the cry taken up this morn- ent t chool i
(Ah!... es Belles a1chantes) BALBOA TIDES ingby an enthusiastic group-of Gen. Longfellow th
Rh1RUTH LEeeiS ICsl Bone Girl Scouts and ---Ik tof the School a int
S In Color by Technicolor! SUNDAY.' JUNE 26, 1955 I RUTHLESS Brownl ecomptin his second tour of I borne Para
Proiited For Minors! a:14 a I he started ot th duty wit this duty withe Canal or gan-ato r.
Prohibited For Minors! at, they thought te tion, Brig. Gen. Don LongftowP C W ta l
R___ ^ I1,51 ,.. D4 r i G. ROBINSON were lust going on a trip though Capal Zone Health director, is e tt u Il do a 1w1~M
the Canal on the tug. schduled to leave the Isthmus L, Jaune (UP)- ,
-p m r mi Hm im "M of all times But they discovered they were Monday for Washington, D.C., ident So m-I wained"-n "
Sd Being "sho"ht"in Icolor for the new where he will assume his new this ftL Anlversary of th
Thursday CENTRAL *I wat Disney's Children's News- duties in the Office of the Bur- first war Agalst Comu
SE 30th T R L 30th I eel. an hourly television show geon General of the Army. that ComyAhigh nations
i AT THE I which will appear on the States He will be succeeded here as talking pee st pan to A A V
THE BEST DOUBLE FEATURE IN THE X I TV n I network within three Health Director by Col. Charles quer ae World. A Y -
months. The Disney newsreel, O. Bruce. who is expected to ar-O
HISTORY OF THE MOTION PICTURE! 1 (LwhJ hor ts Out of Hodly- rive on the Isthmus July 6 from Communisthe | .
I wood.W ill. *ftsr exclusive news Washington. D.C. where ht, was said in- a09100
The Bag Uhstering H(eadlin-Hot. Story o -O about from all over othe n duty In the Office of the ee- not wVl
Nw Yors Vice and Vonce M chnt w wK. Tetary of the Army. purp of M s KIRK luA. ElT
| New Yos Vic, and ^Vilce o U II I The ri, today ranged from Peading the arrival of Bruce -woi D.RVI ROLAND
With a Vivid and Excit ng Prama of f ,o var.U rogand camnd e Cal. Howard W. Dores a Am a l
Old West... ot tropsImqthe CAWn.A Zone, ad health ddrecitor, in addl- d= .
According to yetthful repor- 4oft behis other duties.
SI WARMRBROB presents -aer aboLrdU' y sang songs. en- his 1 arrival in the
DD pa ed the view, and chatted ex- nal in 1952. & eLo, elw
*"NW YO ALAN LADD. citedly over the fact that they o ur and a half e nrs s
S| n. DL="1 D were performin fror television. the Preventive MediSn I
"DRUM Erl Aw aD. 1m. Pamond, mls In the office of thA
."R a GAmerican resident of Pan General of the Army. a
g woms CINEMASCOPE! obe i arItsignment ons
Wtreo phon d _ead I W i lfe a amen throu~ About two pears as ga
Stereop-.oic d T.- e, gm eys for DinemL the staff of tb -
a ,- a' & m ,.r i '