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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00788
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Al ARD PROM IKE In a ceremony In the White Hmue Ro culating back ay
garden, Preeldent Eisenhower presents Gen. Matthew B. Ridg- civlUan employeea
w the third Oak Leaf Cluster on his Distinguahed Service visions o the
MedaL The general's wife and six-year-old son, Matthew, look on. clasifled Aploye
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from Washington and are go-I
ing ahead with computations in I
order to begin payment.
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Se S first to act yesterday ero. wasrd
In Open Area, Governor Asks :thzPiwfned
was received on the Isthmus
r that the pay bill was signed by
o President Eenhower. company
Permits will not be issued for "Parents are urged to em- officials estimated that their
the igale of fireworks in the Ca- phasiae the dangers involved 1600 classified employes would
ni Zone and parents have been and to discourage the tdcrf e receFvin their back pay by
turk wo discourage their chil- inate and unsupered fir-. the middle of July.
drt the indiscriminate and nag of explosive l orks.
uqsupnvlsed firing of explosive "The firing of frecrackers, Both the Navy, which has 265
?l2woU in the celebration of torpedoes, bomb., and other ex- and the Air Force, which lists
Independence Day this year. plosive fireworks will be erm 134 civilians, indicated that they
'iiu "ou ted only on the leg1! ho iday of were not authorized to begin
Tl*announcement concerning Iependence Day. Suly 4th, and computations until official word
flwewrks for the Fourth Of July tam only In open areas, i.e., In eame from Washington.
wa contained in a circular ls- areas other than within or un- ..We are geared to do it all
aued by Governor 8eybold this der living quarter r other that's lacking is the go-ahead,"
week at Balboa Heights. The buildings. the Navy added.
c anlar baking the saleof fire- "Canal Zone pole, otf fior --s-
works follows: have been lnstruoted to take Se r An Changes
"hee annual celkebration of In- appropriate action to stop any ge
dependence B s quite fre- uiagfe practftce that come to
Saueh auu numbvaw eri of ter ateti. othtt Atstf ,

the White House for the President's signature tody bI
which will liberalize travel allowances for U. S.c ct

Mainland. .
The bill would authorize the government to pay
ICENE At Cincinnatl, injured motorcyclist Lloyd Blowers, 47, is comforted by a much as $334 per round trip on travel to the United Strtf
Being hit by an automobile. Blowers, who was driving his motorbike frum bis instead of the present allowance of $100 per roundI tr4
i of Pensaqola, Fla., to New York, suffered a fractured leg. Several pasersby itood r i which t tal d not m a
aly until police arrived. in circumstances 1 which the traveler do not make u .
of the government's own ships, accordmg to La Vert L
,* r m MDilweg, who was instrumental in obtaining its
,e Force R ti rem entS Take 3 M en The measure is the approprtions bill or theD-.
A. parr Aprtment of Commerce and related establishment. for
g 24 To 26 Years Service Apiece Fiscal yr 19o str tomorrow. ,
me. Canal employee, promoted to sergeant and trans- "'Previous to that he wrdit Cnre do.inted Iclnt a#Oo IMStoe vweS i
in are members of erred to the drilstobal Station. tor a year with the Atlati. dye House or vepovs, mecduant altnlt nSh l
Sme poUce Force, re- In 19450, he wa promoted to po- Locks Division. He was stationed for p anma teravel,.wHhic sor a rate bffu htei
the organization this lice ifeitenant. Since 1950 he in Balboa for several years' but been adopted earlier by the See- et seans ofna f
were given retire- has been a police captain and since 1935 has been stationed at ate Panama 8tniiyVZ 'r
teS for their o manv hu been in command of the the Canal Zone Penitentiary at snnl U(dMa*.. -Mas1mwwar'l uh.. a.--"' ----- L/-+,

-- l eeultinl rrn tMs re -et, httlr at- *W / Pa OiMe r a District.
PBoSc O .o r 'tenrtlotcafto e n sad Mrs. Fahnestook

IA Voe ttee l a- he. 0ne
a'-. Uthe, few .a,.

C ... tkS0 atitmo!u fota--._
e -arwart Mol ontirs ouly with
r*sr Bra e: iv Adanjetrtive ranch

25 eon; orn In "Providenced Rhode ta-e
C he rt, e r o l mnd, he ra one of th arfew aou
wee 1 its ,a i US three
a ed o nearby eof p-teastwlrng the
rpkmst, ~attoc' been flit id war sad hortig after
aa uaaugma cr of the h IUe force hit charge, he Joined the Na-
S 35? of Si~fe^ Kce i'tatoe to first on the vy e he remained for four
tooCaa tho n gave Ishusi-82.y
f s the local scbo^d 'B. porofaeff was "He served few months and Mrs. Metlv haJve
w shead- umes are being red at from the Port with the Ial stati. k jade any definite as
^^ ^Di nofSchools edeae0uioal. n in Ce .-Ult_ a.tc to ship's a. most of his er haa e to ere they will live fl
lASdtaireBuidgJn An- and o A aortthea & Co., and on the Atluantlei de. h etiremnt.
no eta meatatlon wao madr Arm lon 'h.ear med the necessary opera- "Within a year ter hirarv- lehardson ws born te

S e. % E. LaWSdilJ t&e
Chief d fts, U CARABIB, w
LL Gov. I. W. ScU1 Jr., acOep.
io.te ok m eha of the C
n8 aegoverament.
pr.s*nt when the transfer wad
made wars r, s er, superin.
ift of books
TW^^S&'-iar-ota larje

sles i. those countries. u W.
The books presented to the Di. Tody the
yiep of. Schools cover subjects asleave the ,
ateratuze, history, science, Efg- and tray
'sh ana other language, mathe. would join
m stics,- and l ects
6 weigoqe RP Stu
r said win 1To Obs o
be stito H Riu te .:
yd e y tca be AnniVen.
used. of them will be sent
to the ~ States schools since Students of
the e in English. ti Institut

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cardo Zozaya c

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berel he med the pollo. the otze
"He was stationed at Puetens for children 01*M
Miguel and then at. D mu isesath o. wa
for several years 8 was inns the age eet
eromoted to em u tr
mad adetctveon the
Cristobal Distri .. T o iS e B
Sates $14,50,S fa. ,
"In 1950 he was t eya as
detective and tsinstead ar1m
Balboa District. Tihe' li sedby te
he was promoted to. tirank of td $3,740,000 adt
dt!ctYe captain replacing Cap- expenses as
%IBruce iarqf or een- Senate o $3,5NJ .
fretectlve in lboa who re- proposed b House.
tired from service that year. T'he a alolae.o 1are I aJI
Captain and Mrs. Turner have the senatepovtaton
not made definite plans yet as ing Got. l B. 1.
to where they wvI make their the rank o major
future home. The Senate am. n -
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Con!6 Ceaselessly

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Ion spid USW preslrent
MeDiaald and John A.
chief negotiator for the
dlgest predeler, we rt

feithee rooms where stattistleians
fro both sides studied the eco-
nomie merits of the bargaining in
hopes of being able to report he
had reached a "general area of

Panama dnt Block Girl s

Marriage To Marine ad In Accident

A Panamanian father denied
day that he stood in the way
f his daughter's marriage to a
omgna Marine who was trans-
rrea.back to the States tn May
od has since been reported kill
d In an automobile accident.
,manuel Xfdlo, audt-
or for Hotel af n pro-
ueed an ofsSl doement to.
iy that his daugh-
Ir, Ji I was married
o B.l~r_ wer x. Brown, Jr.,
a before he
SE aew ats,
OB at 9mpLe a
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recuperating from the shock of
the tragedy..Yesterday she was
shown an enlarged photograph
of a ring and overcome when
she saw the ring matched her
The asto crash victim's ring
was one at the bridal set they
had purchased and had her in-
itials --J.A.. inscribed along
with the date May 21, 1955.
The giri's parents today said
that. had been the original date
set for the wedding, but it was
p oned until May 24 when a
s Ivil ceremony was per-
formed at their home. Tilte
day t, gown left for d4
at- tbhd ts young bride we
An @kns ab *. him sometime
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her son was wearing a ring
similar to the one described in
the reports when he left their
Ohio home en route to his Ma-
rine base. She asked the Red
Cross to contact her daughter-
in-law in Panama.
The gir'e parent wee also
in peeseaose of a letter sent
en June 17, whIch arrived at
AneiMo the day .f h. leei
dent. It wa addressed to .
Walter E. BrwMn, Jr., aws
signed: "As eve, year iut
According to i$flo, the mar-
lra e icate which h t-
I tl/ne eeud not be s be-'

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agreement" whe he s .ore McDonald warned there would W
a meeting of e e ilng be no extension of the contract
corn to npo4 mfbgress deadline "as things now stad." ni
of bisjks with Step hens since Both sides indicated that In th 31
last at. few hours remaining there ttit 11
-tthfl solved to carry on was a chance of hammering out a
eii n meetings until an I settlement boosting wages far the -
mit is reached, steelworkers who now earn an avr t
he tension at the bargaining ta. erage 2.25 as hour. tl
be spread to the mills w ee Stephenre said it was the "slu. pc
crews worked to bring pI>ction core section" of U. S. S8 toe I at
a bndUi utdown t h e that we work hard enough and to
mjwi deadline. we bot give, we'll produce agree-
Slal union omsclals at U. S. ment '
St S big nmill at nearby Home. McDonald said earlier there "is
stead Pa., ordered 8000 USW still amcpe time to conclude a set-
members there to show up at a tlement,' bqt he called for face.
mass meeting at 9 p.m. if no a.- to.face sessions with the six ma*-
greement is reached by early eve. Jor steel firm as the "only way."
ning. Several of ti firms rebuffed the
About 500 workers at Bethlehem offer -Bd said theit negotiators -B ",
Steel Corp's plat at Sparrows the scene were fuoy qualified to
Point Md. walked out 2U hours work out agreements with the 1,-
ahead of the deadline but union 00,0-mem0eber un wn.
officials said it was a "wldeat" The major companies have bene f
action and not authorized, trying to get McDoliald to definl
It was reported the men walked how much of an increase he meant
oat last night because they were by "substantial."
told they were not needed on the McDonald turned down the 10-
job today as a)result q. the grad. eamt offers as less than halft hst
ual plant sh on. won by the CIO United Ant Work-
The U. S. Steel negotiations with ers in their recent contract settle. U1
the union put te-company in it's ments, leading some Industry ob. v
traditional oew tug the co.- servers to believe he wa amsin
tract paarn for:t. entire steel for a a-cents-an.-hour iacrease.
at., The companies have beoa relu. tq
The remjected their initial tant to make big offers because to
offers i averaged more than the guaranteed pay rsettle at ia
1 end induClded an the automobile Inaustry wI h be.
r lt1emas of 86 came a contract issue with tlpm
Ijob dls m 1958.
^JBBB^If~top of 22 Hourlywyrt wt e^
,.: .,notract a p qme-
cc, i'*. cuind pv-U-w p MiBixBi'
^^^" : Jn0g la 1 8W BItrtO ii
by oezl o ear."
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S The Malln le is o e ferum ter raedes of The Panama AmeoieF1
tes are received rtefully and are handled in a wholly confldentil
if o4 ceatrabute letter don't be Impatlent 1i It doesn't appoee tie
west dy Lettes Lblihosed In the order resolved.
Story to keep the letters limited to on@ poge length.
stitty of Ietter writers is held In strictest confidence.
espepeM s enemies Go responsibility for statements ao epinew
epesed i lesttr from readers.
o -0
WyL vhy bave the Commiissaries been out of stack on 5o
-yP pOrtnt items Of frosted foods for the last month, such
I VrtB efrtilt julee, orange Juice, pineapple julee, chicken breasts,
clkep drumsaticks, obicken wings, chicken pot pies, soups, beans,
o'Wagus, lima.s, brocolli, mixed vegetables, squash, green peas,
ainaeh and more?
And dried fruits too. Just about no raisins or prines.
S hoe responsibility iP this? What is being done about It?
I 0W do we know it will not continue to happen?
Vy. is the quality ot so many cold storage things being
lowered? So0 many seeond brands, and poorer meats. The gro-
series arc excellent and we all like them. Why not the cold stor-
ace too?
Why R. L. Sullivan, general manager?
w,. Henry

I hope to get some lilht shed on an atMon which is brewing
In the Silver Employes Death Benefit Association, that is a sug -
gstion to invest the association's funds in Panama. This has al-
w wys been considered an unwise action by out-going presidents,
V it with the election of the present president negotiations are
bein made to do so.
I, t is often said 'Tools rush in where angels fear to tre4d."
Who is who in this ease?
Those who have steered the destinies of this ageooistlon from
Saration until now have left a very fine record of accom-
Sent. I hoee the general membership will be giWded by the
*1st zn0tive and not be allowed to be veiled with the ambition
Alfred A. Grat

Star for Half a Century,

.,He's Still Going Strong


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$45 MADION AVE NIW Yaw. 1f7? N. V.
e4A&_ v MAIL
i SIx MON.I IN AVAIWA .- I- 2.0 0.a.so
iae OHr vaam. mIe s~Ivae 1._.SO _4.00

of their worker.
The Detroit formula obtained by
Walter Reuther was the beginning.
Almost every major contracteign
e,' since has had radical change
in it, reaching farther than
Dbtroit auto pats. . .
Almost unnoticed, for exant6,
Is the oi tanker contract signed
the other-day. The document end.
e4 a waterfront strike and began
a: new era. It created a S0-montg
year for 12 months' pay.
This was won by the liensed
men aboard the tankers operated
by some of the biggest ol com-
panies. Under the agreement, the
marine engineers, the masters, the
mates, the pilots, and the radio
operators work five months and
get 30 days paid vacation. Then
five months on and one month
off again.
The unlicensed men aboard ship,
the deckhands, for example, get a
28-day vacation. It won't be lon
before they ask-and probably get
-the 10-month year. FFr0m the
maritime field, the demand will
seep into other industries and
other national contracts sooner or
later. These boys are on the
march. The fight for the 10-miOnth
year was led by the CIO Marine
Engineers Union-whoste cunsel is
Lee Pressman. .
But this isn't alk There ae
other union gAins in the tankers',
renewed contract-gains wh ic h
cost the operators some $25 a week
per man. Easily the biggest in-
crease of the year.,
The next biggest pay package
will be handed out by the giant
steel industry to some 00,000 CIO
Steelworkers. They'll get pay in-
creases ranging from $5 to i ll a
week or 12 1-2 to 27 1-2 cents-an
hour. Accompanying this will be
a promise-either public or con-
fidential-by Big Steel ti study the
Guaranteed Annual Wage. A joint
committee will be set up, manned
by union and management ex.
perts, to work out a formula for
une 1950.
Many insider i bettit g that
the 1,000,000 steel and fabricating
workers will be covered by a real
guaranteed yearly wage of some
sort beginning next summer.
From then on out it will be just
a matter of time before all mass
Indutries-from meat-packing to
textile weaving-get some version
of G.A.W. I say some version be-
fause every union seems to have
its own precedent for company
payments to men who aren't
Take the copper field for ex-
ample. Thee e left-wing Mine,
Mill and Smelter workers union
has a gimmick of its own in this
area so vital to our defenses and
aircraft. This union now is making
strike plans it such outfits as Ana-
conda Copper, American Brass
Co., the Kennecott Copper Co. in
Utah, Nevada, Arizona and New
Mexico, Phelps Dodge and the
American Smelting and Refining
Co. ,
The union's contracts with the
copper industry expire next Thurs-
day sight. What the union wants,
among other things, is something
it calls "lost time pay." This is
another version of the Detroit for-
mula, only far more costly.
In the union's words, lost time
pay is to cover. "the worker who
is forced off the job by accident,
illness or layoff so that his in-
come continues at no less t h a n
$60 a week." There is no deadlint
-so it can be presumed that these
men want the $60 for the duration
of their unemplOyment.
The difference between this and
other formulas is the union's de-
mand for what is virtually a $60
guarantee to cover illness and ac-
cident, as well as layoffs. Fur.
thermore, the $60 may be the
equivalent of a full week's pay,
not Just 65 or 80 percent of take
home pay as Reuther demanded.
So the gimmicks roll on, each
topping the ether. 1955 may be
Davy Crockett's year. But this is
a more far-reaching frontier than
ever he did see.

.. .olnglI even wore It to the -- Elaven r FMh's wall reminder: *
the parakeet" asked the 3rd boy. director.. .Nearly every nmut "...Window sign w a iy today a ft
..."D ious" said Mamma, "ut big at pad for b servi. i n a h ad h "Let Us l le ait Nht oIIUf the plajl "
so siall!"...Overheard in Gren. Women themselves at him Help Y With Yr Swlr"... A d O ftS I f .
wich Vllase: 1st Swish: "Heard 'and Soandns was differamL Erz-i MidwnAqrum w at
you had alght What happened?" scog that she is married.. .Tbo trantaoi, Crod r w d ,



S B Safier t. at ut he id iinot reveal to told hiscol
any of hcoeasue ftohatwelt necticut, "that Lpo re
mg 'g ote pe r e er 00notcomp ed by any
-! or bl radio pub i ety except their own
*At and be at noefo8004 Wa S being serve In the o H a ras
W w-made of th snaorrn e as are fpuli o for o
,qired by the naus t o racuoec 5sm members oi
act. they do not thk is
His wn Republican collea ue Satftactory and,. -
SII U trum Connecticut, Wsa nIt namtruraeu, ise in a C ong h b ."
-argued with him at some lengtkJ aDoes thi s .n
on the Senate floor, but toe more o a ll i Brod c
Senator Bush argued baca, the the th
S'CN more it became diear that he so Ow an to. ~t _man
cI LsV *thought the senate should be, in opportunity to Is iCengras
S*enez ecI, an eclusive m.nonau e a many persons hohave owing
Scu. families and who would to
cluo. serve in legislative bodies but can.
.not because the salaries do not
___- ,SENATOR PURTELL ARGUES ermit them to-do justice to their
f families "
This so Surprised his friend and "I simply say to the senator,"

of the prerequisites for member- wanted to do so should make aon-

WastIhingtp in toe mrongress should be ey from service lum r y
eiter inherited or acquired wealth Senator Bush s a formerW

before becoming a member of Con Street banker who hap raise ed.
m gress?" sorts of money for the Repubi N

a little abot the senator repeat the ques. party, and his GOP colleague from

hey were John J. McCloy. Brst above Bonn, the cover of Ger-Though thee had ben ate o, m
hih co" parried Bush of Counec- Connecticut knew it. Whaeth er
ray an Dr. Jas Bry1t Co]'"I think I had better repeat the'und, is not anown. But u

o, n e fe quest n," repen a- formPute of Cth knew that Bush, abefre ha eltq

bassador te Bonn. would woro aa nieht, McCtoy rle.chancellor rose tB respond to thexperienc nca bneet and Power. Fe th setthn
t gave them a ance, too te neticut. Is t the Senator'w opin.the union n Congress. haao been a dy i
pay tribute to ADr i ionn that one of the tests for abmlty rectdrh of Columbicoa Broadcasting,
l t ," o to serve inth the House or the Sea the Vanadium Corp. of iAmer.

Breal elder states n of Eurote should be either inherited or sla, Prudential tIsurance, te
acquired wealth?" .U.S..Guarantee Co., to Sim-
w tato reped Bush, "I would not was nmon doe i Corp., Rockbestos Products,

ald lt oN abIT e At ead r ad e or th a r mas l r. Md y the re swho ould be any such test and chairman of PFAMERS IN s a
the were John J. McCloy, first above the reavery of Ger- Thouh there had been amazing toe sch. find it impossible tero "In other Fewords," he remarked,

able posar Kgcomnr nernt tegrit. Heywa ham mread out. sa ro in Germany in n se t years, make e s meet. "he senator feels that if one
Sman an Dr. Ja mesing antrCo. "Sometie is-as on curry re.t j ob w as not yet done. esC Does the senato abve with wath a growing famil aay havin
neat, now the fa major role i twrm an, McCloy commented When the paUnite tar- Germanhe e that suol persons do hatno inherited or acqued
helpingbassador to reBonn. would work all t Mct re- chancellor rose to respond to theSe f culty in making both ends meet finds himself unable to meet the

t gave the aeto chance, tooii, alled. "We w Ud ath the sn ntroductions to the Washntyt on i view tihat ty have ans of h fm h o
pay tribute toDr. uer as the come up and sill not have finh Ieegotiatio tion In his to homes t o maintain an ae not tFo run for ofce
l ler tat a u the rebn Germas wod eh t cshat e kes w hes Tdo ingp educate their ldpon ws a a r Bush was to wise
n w that hure Johill has retlredy always b e Dr. Adenruer. w as not yet done in a few movi ng and at the S ame thime are trying to ly to admit this. He den.med,
ad the head of Europe's most "He G an vigor and he had In-p words that revealed his ldeep meet the demands of their con- it. But he made his position aite
stable postwar government. tegrty. ewashamma re nderou stand- i ermany in 0 years by gog back and forth lea r durin the debtes. that he
Thise marks an amazing trap- ing of the Unite States and its "The free world-and e"ePlally btwen their districts and Wash believed o ny the wealthy avould
Am eriy and Dr. James ryant Co de s-ashas the threa o of what may n"May I further ask the senator" "thany member hold alnnec-
era i e o r an pegotiations within opponent e seda rtl, "whether he ion s w th businessantuess
Inanteto wthe rebor n erman m ora ls- m whome the factor of time doet s not iksuch person should deny an orgpaInh tieons" her ured'l
MacThoy rahe the ears seem He i-as rt c.'t -et Fall members do not doso, bt of
bassador to Bonn. wow the la Dr. Cold work all nig his tribute o. thancelins. A aby or rose to respond tStino the Ray for the have been able t et their
ed, in retrospect they, have been G erma chancellortakintheg up "I think that all the people s a of p A Mian -Eating P oiranh Intdemands ts nator o fsamile ag esght
pasho trt e to Dr.denauer as the e stilof as high co- the free orld should krece th is in only 50. .The "commercial" in the law firms, radio and TV and then
McCloy succeeded Gen. Lucius misBuoner two years a wo-losted mind ... Thee should be i(o im- Arthur Murray's dance studio ele- newspaper business.
reClay, the milider star governor of Eo the r salities that ntributed to patience. Not aould the peoiplevrator: "Please Waltz To The "I think it'or Bush wasgood to have in

Ameri than Churone in as rocupied Ge. Dr. Aenuer's success. A chief at home weaken thea otatame rum aretol ally to admit this. He deoned
many. This marked the first one was his "sense of spiritual and position of their representatives- ear.aCongress men of afares w o
toward return to civilian con moral values." s w ho practice w.i es
and the head of urops 's most "He had or and he had in- words that renvealed his deep m edansiit thrate hi bs in er

le postwar government e He h ret underst o ponent b being over-ritial. Seekers: The dimly-lit RSP-ath Finally durienator Langer of Nt th
meThis, marks an amazuer. It as in t three zones, through hiniteas spoland its feel at I must say this toe shwfolks' after. heater spot. The Dakota beliterrupted to ashud
vast dinectors' room of the of economics and finance," because Unithese negotiations taiy be onmusic: Pano and bogo. .L Im. "Can the senator from.

Farben trust in Frankfurt. The said the ambassador. of decisive hho f w hat may be-on eale o there a miesenatoure ticut a member of this o e-
German had already served for rmBut there were three Germanys world and to etioer of the '. .on Deny orpatch who s a farmer?"s
. Though the20 years as mayor l-mayepr.' existo -- album Gypsy by Buh nameed Senotor W btof
ong anod difficult while they Dr. Conantin his tributetotherins . A Bab Lucky Th son's R them have been able telaware.r
d, in retrospect they have been G r m a n hnceor-takig up "I think that allthePoostn ie a m

ee Pk$ Oe 10 Ayo M(a n-recordaing, eme lion anretid a half chicken a year,
shtwhere oy eft off as higo- the free world should keep this in Lovers"... The "commercial in the l aw firms, radio an d TV ager, I refer-
ay, the military governor of the othr qualities that ontribale-ted to patience. Nothe Rockettes terpiguld the ator "Please toa member hink it's good this body whoin
qRavel's Bolero." Gets standing get up at 4 aim. d goes into the
ography cows
American zone in occupied Geor Dr. AdeNauer:s suceees. A ehic at home weaken the negotiating Rear." i congress men of affairs who know

many. This marked the first stop one was h "sense of spiritual an position of theirrepreseatives-- Bsh replidt is tho opat Sentbus n eyr
toward return to civilian control moral values." and thereby strengthen their P- R e ommendations to Diversion who practice ale grow er from."
McCoy recalled the first time he He has rebuilt coeutry out of ponents by being over-c al S i Seekers: The' dimly-lit RSVP-ai Frinally Senator Langer ofN o

met Dr. Adeauer. It a in t r.ee zones, thro ugh ed ywi e poti "I feel that I mst ar that DuwfoGodks, after- ter spot. TheDakota terrupted to a
vast direct rs' rom of the I. w.saronomsd oan finance, cause esn e neg oisoeals may e miric: Piano and bongo.. La Im. I"Cn e senator from a no.
The yet fhadreash memories-neever book!" her off, but rh-nh Theut there were ree ermany other need him l E Rockefeller But no s enator really qualified as
Adeldes ol to be l hnt o a NYo ve l: p ale. PLal. ... .e in w nheyo taighte. his l hand: h h.Luk hop som was o rae, oihean ofeDel& *m.. s :

own "secret places" overer of Gina Lu (for ilms), notable Id lke to ee you alone, tandhe
Am I a headednw recordomg,th ghme Bon and a hale chicken#mayear,'It

When, for y arid heart, I know e Pal Abraham Ger- said the husband...The director one of those inso acs who can't general it angared te Senate
Hale-the Rockettes terping to rips to a member of this body

Wh should my life end ttriton (antld there factors) re- Listen," whispered Mr. Husba when you're able to she straight that their Conne.t colleague,
When Her Majesty My Love lted in his being committee to "I've beeti wanting to have againn. At CerBltti's: She must who atsed a salary increasio
'forget Her face M i en ied fut ther movies used lady who needs coach ag. s from audiences.Encor-
And live ain. But I wonder. Abraham's music. The Germans I'll. cows.
Should I, in case... were told Abraham died in the y ,okay?"... SIDE GLANCES Bysh replied that Senatoybraitd,

Keep my teleph the Night: Aonet the answeringthe mU. S. They paid no royalties... millionaire apple grower from
Doservice on lhBall? PDoes al fought i d in court .. huea an toof-irk discovery: Who his friends are. an senator a b s a on

That miserable I fickle i ador- learned Abraham was free-e tri thO w InLindys:oudin. and -r
able went h might call! e get thee h m o money, they both er i n .. need him .Rock
-Elliot Horne as e to alllo Abraham to be Ma S5r S o r t er m
Squiterted" Friday. So e can e- ight inWea bistro e.'& Ir amb.

Celebs About Town: Dagmar tu to Germany mad flve lie a Chance. Ben Bard's dirce was
back in town to emulate Texas king.. .Wotte P Alex Pl, dis.owed in and headed Stress Jarcque n
owGuinan onsecret pl"asquerade Party" oeroGinLuu(for Lynn. His fdlike to star Ruth alone,,Ism" ^.. I ..hP-^ . ... ,,ro

..Van Hefln (in the Cub), the know b emo of aMidnighter: Ger- Roland) passedoyears ago...Con .. mia -' ... ,a..
star autograph target. .ke's in- true Lawrence' widower Co aled- fdental's circulation keeps aouazt er of lawyers and bus-
timates, Robert Woodruff and Wm dr. Rieaprd Aldrich, married Betty ing mag people. Next issue: 4,- 1 B
obinson (hlefta of Coca-Cola),Boy Morocco . It- 00,000.. Lovely Jarma Lewis (a or rn, nonene
at the Stork.. .Fran Keegan dec- matesn"rport the Charley Apple- tall Ava Gardner) is here to help
orating the Latin Quarter ringside, whites are putting it asunder.... exploit "The Cobweb" flicker. Her ben^beautiful a oupleof
where Johnnie Ray's holy-roly Bob Hope's tv diretor, Jim Jor- next picture: "Tender Trap" with
rocking raised the roof.. .Bill dan, and actress Peggy Knudsen Sinatra. .Hello Baby Dept: r -
Tabbert of "Fanny" (and scads of have parted. Jordan as the son of Dolores Vicki Silvers and husband
other casts) at the Actors' Fund Fibber McGee. He staged NBC's (she wrote "Learnin' The Blues")
performance of "Ankles Aweigh excellent "Remember 1938" last' expect their 3rd image. ..Tony f '
Ahead".. .Bob Hope hopping all Sabbath.. .Cliff Edwards (now iFarrell, producer of "Ankles k 'le
over town exploiting his new film, with Walt Disney) is doing all|Aweigh," invested $1,000,000 in
"7 Lttle aFoys". ..The Sidney right with Ruth Hetton Arthur Wall Street. .The "Love Me Or I
the cldpplause (at the Stork) for Shrike" s the Abrath Puam dier Prize punchline: "W hell broadcasts J
Sally DeMarco's enchanswering ma- lay to become a movie.. .Gordon rave to the nation!".. .Teensters y i .
borhaiceas. Sarah Churchill bak Scott (the new "Me, Taraa... ") have choked "George" for
troa London, where she instructed hadda be restrained from swise- "Solid." Its now "Pan, ma.
werce. dig Orson's wit .Eddie RickepB Anders dug up the l5Gs necessary
able wen backer's by the mongave the park tor "Almost Cr to open... I -
Salies In Our Alley: -lio t Ho ereedto Alexandria Leys. .T he Strip-Actress Marge Hart a Sea-. -
Kesa and Jack Marl both offer- Mario Lanua Bena eciht maIsa Jacobs w..l celebrate thr
ed the g about the a sons who has sunk...The McGuire iters 1th wedding ay next month-,
SMas a gifts. A diamond opekin at the Cop Nov. h... wth a divorce d' divorce was
back a in k stole ad a pars- Salary: 00.. .Bpky Ve ri --- rm *Jaue
keet. "Rowoo like the brac eute Wcnde dancer in "7 Heaven" Manhaan Mrals: The oxyen -
let?" asked the first so.. "Bee ann.. r Lypp r tank truck (Licnse 270)(star Ruth
yooVan Heflin (in em a b)clai the Memos ofs real dnighter: Geisthr- Ro the left rear: "Wld Goos" n.
"How dto Ikethe Bank stole Frieda Shlossbeum. haad o- the right: "Dead Duck"... hp

,e ca reer at Donaid Crimap, oldest member of the cast
S Jan Ford's CinemaScope production, "The Long Gray
e," the Columabia picture which stars Tyrone Power and
Maureen O'Hara, release nxt Monday 4th of July at the
r '"Lx" Theatre in color f Technicolor, parallels the history
of the motio picture. ry in the united States. Crisp
a earpd in his first at ust about the same time the
'iry "The Long ra Line" begins, shortly after the
tufn of the century, and he has been in pictures ever pince.
SAla the way 1 Oscar or his part in "How Green
Was My Valley," lso directed by John Ford who himself
wn one of his four Academy Awards for that picture.
Mr. Crisp appears In "Tha Long Gray Line" as the
sprightly Irish Immigrant father of Sergeant Marty Maher,
~aWhlet 4irctOr to generations of cadets at West Point and
the man around whom "The Lon g Gray Line" revolves.
Power plays Sergeant Maher, and Miss O'Hara his bride
who shared with him the friendship of thousands of West
SPoiterp through the -jears. Advt.
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Col. Robet Robertson. (left) director'of the Inter American
Getodetle Survey presents a $25 award and a Department of the
Army Juggutions Award Certificate to L. E. Bates, Jr., a carto-
graplhc draftematifor lAGS, for submission of a suggestion which
permitted more rapid and accurate drawing of cartographic
symbols on maps. Through extensive orientation of personnel on
the Suggestion Program, USARCARIB has been able to effect
savings of more than $67,000 in the current fiscal year.
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Irate Eisenhower Challenges

Democratic Legislative Claims

WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP)- est in discussing the record of the
President Eisenhower heatedly Democratic 84th ,Congress.
challenged Democratic legislative He called the roll of legislative
Claims today and reeled off a long areas in which he said no final
ist of bills he wants Congress to action had been taken, mentioning
ass before it adjourns for the such things as: highway construc-
ear. tion, his military reserve p r o-
y irked, the President said gram, housing, he a l t h, schools,
a statement issued Tuesday by foreign aid, refugee act amend-
Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon ments, water resources, customs
B. Johnson is proof "someone is simplification, the minimum
confused as to where credit lies wage, the atomic "peace" ah i ip
or blame" should be attached for and Hawaiian statehood.
actions of the Democratic-steered Sen. Johnsonr promptly retorted
Congress. the Senate has considered t h e
Johnson gave Democrats credit President's program very serious-
for pushing through a, large part ly but has not acted "like a bunch
of the President's legislative pro- of second lieutenants taking or-
gram. Johnson long has smarted ders."
under Mr. Eisenhower's remark Asserting that an aide prepared
during the 1954 election campaign the President's legislative 11is t,
that a Democratic victory would Johnson snapped: "After all, he
bring "cold war" between Con- spent last week in New England,
, gress- and the administration, and may not fully understand all
I The President fired back at a he was talking about."
newa, conference today at which Speaker Sam Rayburn said the
h.alfo,joked with reporters about Democrats '!"avw oun own pro-
hs political future and s p Oke gram and we are tarrying it out:",
hopefully of chances for w o r d He predicted the present Congress
peace and reasonable success at would "have one of the best rec-
the forthcoming Big Four meeting. words of any Congress since I've
In a thoughtful mood, he said been here.
he thinks chances of easing world Senate Democrats have rejected
tensions are better now than two the President's highway program
months ago. He saw no repercus- and substituted one of their own.
ions from the recent Russian at- The Senate also approved $1 an
tack on a Navy bomber of Alas- hour minimum wage in preference
ka. He said part of it may have to Mr. Eisenhower's recommend.
been due to a "misunderstand- ed 90 cents.
ing. On housing, the Senate voted a
But he also declared there can much larger public housing pro-
be "no real peace in the world" gram than the President wanted
until Soviet satellite nations are but the House'is expected to scale
freed. The problem, he sai, e said, is it down. Only periodic considers-
how far the United States is will- tion is being given the administra-
ing to go to help them-"you are tion's health proposals.
certainly not going to declare A Senate judiciary subcommittee
war." still is considering 10 proposed
During the political discussion, changes in the refugee law. The
the President sidestepped the military reserve pro gram has
question of whether he will seek been approved by the Ho us e
reelection. He would not even be Armed Services Committee but
drawn out when a reporter .noted faces trouble on the House floor.
that the crowds who greeted him The Senate has not acted on it
in New England recnetly seemed yet.
to want him to run. The President was especially
"Of course," he said with mock forceful in appealing for his high-
seriousness, "you possibly saw my way program and the military re.
friends along the roads, and we serve plan. Speaking of the re-
don't know who was behind in the serve plan which has run into an
alleys." anti-segregation f i g h t in the
The President was in dead earn- House, he declared: "This is vital
UNM I I i i I I

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alDte DY Jul 4.
*the *4y Paris ex Mrsin
bdby the M Colo-
ual P X Co. with ea qw w
uto p sed, a the first 10
days, the company has signed up
15 persons to make the trip.
Harvey Solomon, one of the
agency's three owners, said that
by the time the Offer end s, he
expects the number of trips to
France to go into the hundreds.
"People find it hard to under-
stand right now that this is on the
level," Solomon said, "but. now
that we've got the idea underway,
we expect it to snowball within a
week or 10 days."
The Parisian jaunt includes free
round-trip transportation f r om
Miami to France by air, reserva-
tions at a leading Paris hotel,
meals and guided tours.
"It's no gimmick," said Solo-
mon. "My partners-Burton and
Arthu Kahn-and myself ha ve
been working'on the idea for three
He said he has not set a dead-
line on the offer which will run
at least three months.
The Paris trip normally costs
about $1,200. Solomon said. "How-
ever, we were able to get reduced
rates because of the large nuim-
ber of trips for which we ate co0u
tracingg" he added.
One woman phoned the Miami
firm Tuesday from California. She
to all of us. Why are we foiling
around about it'"
As for his 1954 "cold war" re-
mark, the President said he was
trying to make the point of "How
are you goingto fix responsibility
for failure or success" with Con-
gress and the White House split
among rival parties.
The President made a lengthy
plea for his atomic peace ship. He
said it would be very useful i the
"war for peace." Congress today
refused to provide money for the
project but may get a chance to
vote on it agin.

Miss Hornett's
Charm School
CLASSES. For housewives
Monday thisough Friday for
3 weeks.
CLASSES. For business
'women 3 nites a week -or
S weeks.
CLASSES. For Teenagrs
Saturday ONLY 3 to 5 p.m.
for 5 weeks.
CLASSES. Limited to 8
students ONLY.
For father information and
registration. Call morning
Balboa 2-439 or Panama

plan hus caused other Mia u-.
tomobile dealers to "hol on the
bandwmn" with offers eonnect-
d wiA the purchase of sr new
. One dealer is offerIng 1,000
dshres of uranium stock with the
purchase of a new car. Another is
giving' away stock in Genetal Mo.
tors Cop.
Another agency came out this
week with an offef of "a free trip
to the moon-provided it is used
by July 4 on any space rocket
"Believe it or not," said H. E.
Chase, sales manager of Coral
Gables Lincoln-Mercury, which 'is
offering the lunar trip. "we have
increased our sales tremendous-
Miami dealers say they are not
boosting automobile prices for r
their offers. But all hedged when
asked whether a trade-in allow-
ance would be as high.

When your son starts going to
dances, try to impress him with
the fact that once at the dantce
he ought to dance. Boys who
accept invitations, to dances,
and then hang around together
In groups refusing.- to dance,
make life very difficult for girls.
Such boys are out of step.

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From the heart of the Arry; Columbia Pictures gave
you "From Here to Eternity." From the heart of the Navy,
Columbia Pictures gave you "The Caine Mutiny."
And now, from. the heart of all America, Columbia
Pictures gives you "THE LONG GRAY LINE!" "The Long
Gray Line" was made by John Ford, the only director
ever to win four Acadenmy Awards! "THE LONG GRAY
LINE" stars Tyrone Powerl Maureen O'Haral Co-stars
Robert Francisal Donald Crisp! Ward Bond! Betsy Palmerl
Phil Carey! And the entire West Point Corps of Cadets!
In CinemaScoie! In color by Technicolor! For the biggest
entertainment of the biggest screen, be sure to see "The
Long' Gray Line!" In great release next Monday 4th of
July t. the "LUX" Theatre. Adv.


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rPOW Who Came HomeAs Hero

First To Admit Collaboration

NEW YORK, June 3 (UP)-Aa ration. Dn faces a
Army corpoal who "as seatence'of life at hard
king of the State Fair he I
was welcomed as a hero after FPour other men have been tried'
nearly three years i a Koreanfon the same charges. Three were1
pris camp has become.,the f:rst couricted and one acquted.
former aptive to plead goty to 1
Seharges of collaborating with the eD. his pregnant wife at his
Sewmy. side, haltingly made hs co es
SCpl. Harold N. Duna, 2. ofsi 2 2 minutes alter hs court-
Brolyna. bung his head and ad-martial opened at Ft Jay on Gov-
n minted his guilt yesterday ermaor's Island. I
' mmnths after appearing as a key
. witness against a former fellow Then his statement was read to
prisoner, Cp. Claude Batchelor, in the eourt by assistant trial coam-
a Texas court-martial. sel LL Erwin B. Druc'er. In Inhe
Batdceklor has been sentenced to statement Dies admitted tha he l
o jobars at hard labor for coDa- bad agreed with the Comm sts
I- ---- that the Unied States had en-I
gated in germ warfare and had,
said the United States had Do
business fighting 1 Ko0rea. |
Dunm appeared to be exceeding-j
iy nervous during the proeedins.
He cracked hs kanukes. rubbed,
^L AX O Mhis. forehead and swallowed es
W irMi r NrA Service The w as he stood before a
S'court of seven Ebrean war veer-1
tans, including two former prisam-i
Ser. was in sharp ontrast to hisI
.NORT'l 23 arrival home min 1953 after his re-i
6K 9 S4-2 lease at Pammunjom in "Opera-
SQj 7 tioa Big Swvtch-"
*r .6AK l87 Douan received a hero's welcome
WEST EAST whe he gt omme to Brookiam.

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. h wall), North and South were
jpourted at having missed a
odwon siam. Just as natural,
ica. accused the other o under-
*"how could I bid any more?"
1kes jumw. "i ; anA t ave a pro-:
eaiung bki, yet I opened and,
a. ;shkiieu to a uixereuit suit."
*Jw/ cowd I oM a slaui: asked
Iota. "For all i knew we could,
si lose two heart tricks, anod
e'naps another trick as weiL"
'b sdlamn is very difficult to bid
am the ces are that most
have missed A alao.
it should have been
d the fault lies with North.
y Most players treat the.
S aift response as a sort of
cow ana require the most
bands torit. The the-
Is theycan exchange -
Sat a low JeveL There is
aid 'ro this Jow exemhai
This bhawd.North wants to
at least four spades and to
posahMities of More.
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cluOs and jump to four'
over three diamonds. Now
would know the importace'
sihgetmB heart and wouW'
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I-andn ..,p L 5. ,be was,
crowned ing of the New York!
;State Fair at Syracuse. He wore
tibe Purple Heart and Combat I-a
fantry Badge on his uniform that
The court martial did not end
with Dunams admission of glt.!
however. The jndes, ranging
Shrank frh captain to comel, be-
gan hearing al the evidence in the
case to determine whether D i
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irtV bn theb order of
Kq~d -^ wfte rr o tti e
sr'slur will be awarded a
I ddti, a radio has
d or use as a door
o Asarragea and his organ
Aertain.. provide music
l. A' defenoma burfet
id.by the Panama will
vd durin thui afternoon.
its may be purchased at
lt, or from members of the
eas Society. of the Republic

irff, L. sZiis, J. Lov
, T. Wr Doerman, G.

Cu=1"= =vth : I wI.rs. G. L. Johnson, a newcom-
Miem li4epenjdece Day in the or to the Isthmus, won the door
honor was Mr. Heary Somer- Ofh bey Departs .k
honor 'was Mr.- Hery Sommer I Off by plane early thisuefor
fround of Mercurios, who gave an Denmark was Mrs. Vlad Uir
s talk on prlou and hoy. wife of the CoMsal General
omin tboneis. of Debenmrk. Mr. Ishoy will Join
Members who ,attended we r e: her later in the summer.
Mesdapqes J. Cosgrove, R. L. Ea-
quivel, A. E. Gerans, J.. Hunt,I (Continued on page 1)

Housewarming Reception Set

By Unitarians For Tomorrow

letua Ao make it a vr gay -. -
Ft or the Gringos and The Unitarian Society will hold of members sharing the reswponsi
their gSuesta. a combt atib house warming bilty for the service, and of peri -
Red ..we .... welomig to new 'members an dica [y inviting guest 'speakers.
despedida for depT vacation. It also became the custom to
Atlo ea i tkp' laeon twill t at he nw coffee and a IeUowship ho~ra fol-
At af UoCalluClb h IUnitarian Center, "362" Anco lewg the speaker address.
P ma's Union Club which Boulevard t a m con These policies have been main-
nevr'w s its attraction no wat- u a atalned as basic procedure of the
ter hbw many other pleasant plac- This bu tldag formerly was oc- Society: C
es there are to congregate, will coupled by tWe ,irl Scouts in An- For the reception tomorrow eve-
be ahe scene of two gala affairs con: It is situated midway be-.ning, a cordial invitation is." ex-
en saturday evening tween Tivoll Avenue and Frangi. tended to all friends or well-wish-
At p a.m. tie Panama Lins pani Street, at the foot of Mameilers of the Society.
Club will be joned by their wive Place. .------
at bmnquetsu thf occasion, of
theinsta o nw officer o Recently, the Society held the Scout N ews
the-emsing yek.r Opene service inits now quar-"L
La. at & the Panans ter$. &s move. to a different lo- -
Red ntf is a big dance, -cation was the second in the eight a
with the usual music of the years of the group's existence, Cur Ca.
Cuban rchf,5tr,, La Sonora Man- and, like the earlier one, repre. Pac Hols oCircs
tncer Ttvistlag 'roupwill sented a milestone in its history. The Curundu Clubhous was a
a throughout hevenin Although Unitarianism d ates scene of gala activity -Tuesday
'.ckets for the Red Cross ene- back many centuries In the Old when Cub Pack 7 of Curundu, con
fit ae $1.50 er person I World, the Balboa chapter of the I sisting of five Dens, held a circus.
The benefit has the patronage of Church of the larger Fellowship, I The circus included all the usual
Mr Ol Aria, First Lady of the as,itwas originally named, was attractions including a parade e,
rs.B the first Unitarian body to be clowns, hoboes,. Siamese twin s,
ian" officials of Panisma and .established below the Rio Grande. Superman, dancing girls, far lady,
th C ianal and military agencies It ante-dates the lellowship-uiit tattooed mail, hula dancers, strong
are plann I into attno dthe dance. program of the American Unita- man, wild man and peep shows.
are paring 1 rian Association by almost two There was a lack of wild ani-
Dohet W' wives' Club years. tracing its formal history to males but his was covered by E-
E l-sy ,junditheo July 9, 1946, when the firstt of its ric the great, fabricated animals
at l o 0 regular Tuesday evening meetings from balloons and put on a iagce
The Doctors' Wives' Club )ld took place. sho for the entertainment of the
a luncheon at Kobbe Officers' Soon the group was fully orga. children and many adults who at-
Club yesterday Mrs, Averyynized, the present name had been tended.
i alubyes 'rd'y3 ad the guest of adopted ard the arrehment of Den 4 wpn the prize for the cos-,
g pro gathering in private : ea h a d tames. Credit must be given to
*; n-outgrown, : Den Mothl dts. McNif*5L
S-. '- t offered the use of s Wel- for an 81 pe. cent j ntitcub
Miss'Harn ett's fare Board USO NThe tendance. Mttn A 'f eb
fizst of the Sunday ms Mv- Is Den Moinr 1'
SS Harnh ,, S imn [.
05, ices ocred on ,947. The cireus ndb4with the s rv-
l o UCCSS They have ben he there un-in- ing of doughuts, 'popcorn and
terruptedly since that time, ex- pop.
Will open July 11, 9 a.m. cept on the rare occasions when
a planned activity was substitut- MORE MALE PATIENTS
Suite-111. El Panama lotel ed. CHICAGO (UP) More mena
Class limited to I students The motivating personalities in than women are hospitalized each
eni. "er u either luforma- founding the Unitarian Society of year, despite the fact that one-0
Balboa were Elmer C. Dunkel- sixth of all patients are childbirth
ties and reglstratiop. berg, his wife. Margaret, and her cases. According to Science Digest
... sistere, 'Miss Ellen M. Thomson. magazine a one-day check of 6..
l s -A1L.i.. e S!- Mr. Dunkelberg was selected by 539 hospitals showed that there
-ir ia.m. Pnama 3-1 the Society to act as its first Min- were 64,156 men and 564,432 worn-
ister. He introduced the practice en, or 77,724 more men.





Dreos shirts in white and
colors, famous name ...... 2.95
Dress shirts hite sizes 18,
1I 19, 20, famous names .. 1.95
Ties ....................from .75
Undershirts .............. .50
Belts .................... .. S66
Walets, famous names ........ .75
Seeks ...............from .25
Sw pteras .................. 2.25
Seaoh shorts ................ 1.50

Ladi e dresses ...........from
Bloua ....."....... ...from
Woolen sweater ..........from
Nylon stockings ..........from
Slips, long, famous names .....
Slips short ..............from
Nightgowns .............from
Coro Jewelry ............from
Bathing suits,
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NEA Food asd artels Editor
The tinkle of ice and tall glasses Tropical Punech
of fresh fruit drinks will be a wel- (Yield: Slightly more ,tha 1
come sound on any hot day. Fr4j qart),
zen concentrate for lemonade from
Califo.rna provides fine fresh fla-, One (6-ounce) can frodze con-
vor .for these drinks and is so etrate for lemonade, 1 (6-
muh easier than squeezing iund) 'an frozen" pineapple juie,
lemons. i cubes, 1 tall bottle sparkling
R w rries i Lm Comln concentrate for lemon-
Fresh strawberries, frozen coin- de with pineapple juice. Mix well;
centrate for lemonade, cracked add'ice cubes and sparkling water.
ice.. '" '
Make A pitcherful of lemonade
by adding water according to the '
directions Oi the can of frozen con-
entrate. Wash and hull strawber-
ries. Then, in tall glasses, layer
the-'strawberries in cracked ice
(this way they will stay floating
in the glass and not sink). Fil
glasses with lemonade, and serve.
Ramspbeeroy mnade Crush
Sal serving)
Two tablespoons mashed sweet-
ened raspberries, 2 tablespo t I
crushed iCe, plain or spa0ki0 g h.
Mash. raspberrie aanf sweeten -
jo taste. In -eah tall glass use 2 0 I
jtablospoons k_ crushed. rp- = ,
4 -0

ill each -glass with crushed ice
and -plain or sparbliAg water, Stir
and serve immediately.
Lemonade and Grape Juice
Lemonade and grape juice have
a real taste affinity. For a cool,
refreshing summer drink, place 2
or 3 tablespoons frozen concen-
trate for lemonade in bottom of a
tall glass; fill glass with grape
jule and ice.


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whIle he Inspects ft in'a mirror'
-sa, .T1 ,take t" sand 1iA-
mediately forgets tb- whole Was.

The great sMse of relf wh& a
daughter who has been afraid she
pight not be invited to a s
dance gets the all important n
call and begin to bUbble instead
of droop? man assumes' that
any boy in his right mind would
be proud to take his daughter any-
where she might want to go.
The joy of working out a color
scheme for a room and having it
turn out Just the way it was visu-
alized, down to the last distinctive
touch? A mpn just sees that it
looks better than it did be fore
without seeing ony of the dream
or the hard work that went ino
creating the room as it is.
The deep sense of pride and sat-
isfaction a woman feels when a
new and complicated dish turns out
just the way she hoped it would.
A man dismisses it lightly with,
'This is good. What is It, any-
Yes, sir. There are a lot of pure
ly feminine satisfaetioni that men
don't share. So why should any
women ever envy them their own
special enthusiasm?

Creamy. extuel Rich, mellow
flovorl Every package of RKeyel
Pudding offers more Wod energy
than a full pint of millk. Four big
servings from each package. When
you 3hop-ask for Royol Pudding.'

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Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
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Phone Panama 2-0552


Art Conditioned Studio Suite 111
Dance Hr. 5 to 10 p.m.
Chum School 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Tel. Balboa 2-423 or PanamA 3-160


Drs. A. and I. OlLLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
U Ptrk Avemnu Tl. 3-1
.E (block fro n tiah'eS

Pheke Skippen Moye |
Phs. 2-2451 2.2542
Larm Riding t t
RIll & Jumping cleasm dolly
S3 t 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.

* Match-Stick Bamboo
* Venetian Blinds
* Traverse Curtains
* Glasn or Wood Jalousies

E Call 2-3063 or 3-4904
Estimhates Given Without



Distributed by
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Central Ave. (between Kodak
1btldlns & Fifth Av. Store).

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- ^ oxm mANCON, c.Z.
FOR SALE: Proetica vly w.. IS. I -I-AN.N, C.Z.
furniture including bedrenm 'fte...., f e
dining m.MG.Nl s01, lttigLWIstT formerly prefewie
Frigidaire, wishingl m4It a C3vll hilf "e Muski, will
many other houseld equip- abie t bhigem and advanced
meant all in perfect 9sditien. studtsll. orslain price. Inqul 44th St. me. *
No. 37, Apt. K. ,---

FOR SALE:- Phlippine R .tema
5-piece lvingn rmm t, tbthr-.
strand. Cheap. Cell Curundu

FOR SALE:-Twin bde metal,
innespring .,mottreis, matehinig
dresser, night teble and chet eo
drnwr $55; twln be i.ll,
coil spring and p~ea -met-
tresses, matching large rock esa-
plo drwsoer with mirror $45;
bdreom set mehogeny, twin
beds with box spring (and Ptte

hogan with hair $9; cabinet
oak with adjustble s*helve $8;
Gov. Winlsrep lr-ge desk me-

needs recovering $15; plastic
covered wod ea Hlet,4 shelves
$6; Crosley refriJerater, needs
new motor unit S8; large ma-
hogany coffee table $6 All in
Ancen. Phone Balbe6 4893.
FOR SALE:- 1 pair metachstck
bamboo dreoas (7 by 12 ft.)
with two-way traverse rds $30;
Japanese hooked rug 410 by 14
ft.) $50; electric bottle stftrUs-
or $2.75. 573- 1 Curundu Ht.
Phone 83-4181.
FOR SALE: Zenith portable
battery or 110 volt AC-DC. like
new. Call Bolboa 4123.

FOR SALE: Dining room eot
(solid makeheny) 10- chairs,
buffet, table Opes to set 10,'
excellent condition; also 16 sip-
gei window aluminum venetin,
blinds. Call affer 4 p.m. at,
NHou 42 Isf Street, Ponrqu L-'

FOR SALU: Devonpor chair
$35; 4-pc. Ratten $25; 48-bau
accordion $75; twin high chtir
combination $20. Fort beOvi
87-428. ,

FOR SALE:-Mehlgany hd and
spring, double; single bed, spring
and mattress; couch frame with
book-ends; refrigerator, 25-cy-
cle; PFckerd with 5 good tires.
.720-D, Frado.

FOR SALiE:- 3-wek-old Com-
my double bed, meters, $20.
2396-D, Cocoli.

SPosition Offered

WANTED:--Compant st*noe- .
rather, able to take dietetien in
Sponish and English, go qd spell-
inF. Permanent eositin. Colman-
bia Pictures, Eusebie Merales
Avenue. .

FOR SALE.:- v -x r puppioe.

ietanm O1, Apartuw t C.

FOR SM :--Afrtlcm VM
* ces ad up. 1190-1 Mar
Io. 'Ihnme 3-7il. '

FOR SAL --.1950 Cadillac i
four-deer sedan with an th
tru: hydremanl trnmmit
kydraulic window lifts. lirec
al clht.l back-up lights.
od pilent. owd tiege Ce
.*)toet goditkin. Wil I
for Ilder molaeolr.aI.O d
ditdel. If yeu age o4 f AO
prisns that w*eal Iiteo0
geod Cadillac with jlAM mi
call 83-3281 for e lnaimtm

FO SALE:-1 C sik Press
2 V4o 1/ i'4 C amewii- fle
venrilqtesi-,rol; oae pa-hp
cyclt 'mtor, reversible, vbr
-949 Buick 4-doer, Dyu' a
toer. Phone BaOlbe 1806.

Real Estate

WE BUY, Sell and, Menage I
[etae. "The Imperial tea
Cathedral Ples. Peonme. T
phane 2-0157.

FOR SALE:- Leaving PMan
five two-bedroom furnished
toages aStei Clare eeach. 14
for organization or busVn
lbea 2-3050.

building lite in Corro Campi
everloking Panamo Boy
etMra!nding mountains. cliH
cool, water rights. Sultablet
week-end' ebia; elevotin
feet. Will consider eonm
offer, term or trade. Call I
boa l.3167 aftfet 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Nice let of lesn
El Valle,t IIa0 q. alsh., 32 a
along str*at Iging t H4
Cempestre and 32 mrs. *I
speed; one* /4-hp. 25 cycle 9
Phone 2-1809, J. G. afteill


FOR SALE:-- H.D.- moarey
excellnet condition. Call 0. N
Iis 3-1874 er 5-547 eft a
p.m. .

When In Rome Making Movies

Expect Problems

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- ,Canal Zone
lsMl Wui SIlx -Divisimn
ltbh maer of tve estate of
aftowitz dt essed.
to creditors. Probate NC
F Moit ties hereby give
PaU n' A tor of the
pter qot orof iha
S adee ont zare required
*m wtlh te' nemmsry vouchen
e WC of the United
Court for the District
*I Zone at Ancen. Canal Zone
Mt hm with the necessary
i thse office of the Public
ier, Roam hi. ChIl Affairs
L Amon. Cmnl one, not late
Snot so primntem by -m
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Smdaking a picture with a predmnlnantl European Zimi
en-scene In Europe ia all to the god in its predominar
phases, but things are likely to get a little tough' wh
"Ma In Rome, you try to film a HZlywood party or a New Yor
film premiere.
SIThis Was the lesson learned by the Wumpany that ma
"THI BAREFOOT CONTESBA" in Rome and other par
1 of I1". The Technicolor film, written and directed .
I, J em. iL. makiewica, opens next Monday 4th of July s
the ""CNThAL" Theatre ,with A GaOrdner, Haumphrw
Eota# ct dmond O'Brien in the cast through Unit
aHti of THE BAROOT Q A -m"Mi
a a p e ~ onteint-l -ado P rils, Madrid. Rome,
l velot talMi lRIYiera towns of fan ReaUs and Partof i

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FOR SALI--1950 Jaq "Laud
Revse." p ect rmnnimnig edi- -
fin. Can be sen et "La Me-
enma" IMe ea StatiMon M 50tlh
tret, Bell. Vista.
FOR SALE--1954 Mercry Sa-
. tie W oes. 1955 Ford Country
Sedan. aIlb e2-3050.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
Club Coupe. Low mileage, ex-
cellent condition. eadie, ever-
drive. Albre.k 2106, Qurters

FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrelet
Business Coupn god rubber,
paint practically new, upheloery
now Ideal tm'rAs tti2n. riedJ


AtF &-L. JM* bui
M i2s p~eat. W ,
Phmes Pastl w,~.
-P-k I t WI-- n* d an -e-
fuMisd 2- 4.e inds.
Apertme"IL. Ckt ALHAM-
Phone Io8 Colr.
FOR RINTs--'.Laqe 2.biedem
furmishid apartment. $95. Tiv-
oli Avmow. CCall Iboe. 166.

FOR RENT:-Fer a cmple or a
bachelor, the Ideal I bedroom
*pebtment, lad wfter, Mnar Ho-
tel El Paneme. lay te fumranh.
Call 1-3421 from C ta I .m

Ph"eie Pa.m -171., dvle.

pe~ Sema Clae. Law mkr s--
PhI a Ueak Itif.
WILLIAM)' Snsm CAl lem
Coew. --w 'rke, r M m-
tlen, 2-4dMri. che. kh
3050 .

Beldwin's apertte for wo t
Senta Cbta. Phone Siebe idol
for reservatiO.

Shmp l's fumnabed he"s
boech a* Seoa C Te.leapei
Thiempm, Baboe 1772.

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a"t, C fo Fr Ae .
-TwAg adul.. FPr hnfea- I
to. eSHO: Jean lbrat, Pan"m

..Bil & Motors
LOST & FOUND FOR SALE--23' e*Muo. f
LOIT: Smlal bld Cocker equipped 4 dknks. For, ihfoie.
S pneld, e dP. H and daemenetme, 2p-e5
"Loy Call& deYie -85.2152
CD.4 ; Q -.4:30 Cands FOR SALE: 19' Wef, ead
832t15. Lest .t A., mear- aditleam. Inqumire Belbea Yahr
ot,. IReumd $10. F* L Com. Clus .. 2 ,2402

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r n w. 0 l p. IrLI I Wa.lllo ..... .. ..pa p.m.iv f ic| ...... ll l [.l'lmIoe n rln|'f9U |
t. seHl, only $600. SMOOT & -rmClida's Samea Clara emb -
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Phem. 800 FOR RENT-padem...el, Cettle. MModerm esveam i ,----
black Colon. scened 2 bedem, 2- bth moderate rates. Phene Im b=
. ptment, age, md's rm 6-441. SMALL TOWN GIRL AVA
aien, FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet end service. Camps Alegre. Pe-.
tie- Deluxe Sedan. excellent e di i am a 3.01171. FOR RENT LOVES TO GO BAREFOOT
etc. ties, now paint JA. now tirugs- LOVES1T GO BAREFOOT
or in oaly $995. SMOOT & HUNNI- PpR RINT:-Larse 2-bedrem R
trde CUTT, S.A.,. Phone 800 Coles. furnished palrtent, Tivell Ave-
on- nme. Panama 1-1515, between 5
Fthe FR SALE:J -953 Ddge 4- And 6 p.m. I/ FOR tENT: Saitifully fur-
get a deer Soden, low milesee, good nishoed large oom, kitchen. S l.
y, times, new past job. largain for FOR RENT.--. Vu semfrtable ht Ylo a, Mexico Ave.f Phom
nt. only $1050. SMOOT & HUN- and furnished apartment. Esy 3-01551.
SNICUTT, S.A., Phone 800 ,e- transportation. Neort America
nbmin le; neighbors. $50. Call -0471. FOR RENT: Furnished lrp,
h; I cLIesa,'-el room, privates bLth

flew, i.me, low mileege, priced to ell. N. 9. Phone 2.-403. No. 35-19. lower.
Mut be seen to be ppireclt. FOR RENT.-F-urnishad and well FOR RENT:-G..-ienspected fur-
Clly $500. SMOOT & HU NNI located department for a couple. nished ena-re*m opertment with
CUTT, S.A.. Phone 00 Colon. Cell 3-1405. hitchIn, rq~ripgretr. Areos from
OR SALE:- 194 Studebaoker Apa:Ame i n bns step, 17-11, Fourth
*R SALE t tlk .FOR -RENT: o--- Aprtments in f July Ave. Phone 2-5133.
el"tt, oitl Cptranlportltonl. Leot Slbwnas aod Ceaoiquill4,
trw good,. bargi fn or only 0. Information studi? t St. an e
17. SMOOT& UNNICUTT, No. 100. Phe 2-150 or 3-HelpWanted
Rali SA., Phone 800 Coh i. o0".
SSA on . .. 3WANTED. Coonk with rfelr-
le.- FOR SALE: -1954 Cheelt I FOR RIN:-.C-m"fortable in- Temr- op t ree-
$.-BAir 4-doer, medie, w/w tim. furnished 2-bedreme aptm nt. cf.a sleep at job. Aestl aemnen
ma nphon, 2-4454. e, int waterlid's r, a-
Lvinl462; n.rPint $1P00 takes Pesch, dinig-Iiv poFeee, kUtah- pfairly, herl# e Hf 33ghts- O Po
Iwo. __p__e 2-4454. w rage. 44th Street No. 37, sOU- ..
10el FQR SALE: 1950 Cl3vreast SA UILDING. Apply Apartmnt WANTD: Meid..Geneml
Sedn Delne, oed toe, nw emer"P" for inhfmeatin. huskeepin for children. Ref-
0. SeanDeluxe.goiero$, wwde e k Ava OGrdner Is perfectly-cast pr the greatest r 'of
Pa O job, Oxcelt, he m. st he cknow areer 's "THE RPOTa Un

eg eii f Dsor anly$00 Phrs and O CAL:. as5fa Pjaerad rpmO hot w:tf Piarno i3h-2279. fplmo r beve leaea t aoCV AL"a next Monday 4th of"JIly.
nate der sedan, 2-7radie, ts ver ma. F delt .n stave. fvat nove or not-and most readers will fall into
and FOR .SAL. ,1949,.Pkrd- FOlR RN- Furni shed rt
4 r s odsC "p e, r a d i o ,l er e J u a n t at o t. v i a
Pod PCoupie,, excell .od!nn Francs. ,aO -yj c
ble Phnoe 5-40. .presPent ton directed by Joseps Manklew c. Ava par
al- FOR SAL 940 FdCe. IF u wa elenltlmn- tradrcabaret entertainer who Is catapulted to
FORyAo:o $0F Cl mode mI)4 near El epen, -tar -by Hollywood director and who- becomes a
St Very mgood adito, $200, Caell, "ae 1'. fb at aulu international personalitywhenhe marries n
d h 2-550. ples elt -119. Itall an count.an
datt"'en2ower Ad"
Wil FOR SALES:-1952 Chrysler 4- FOR RINT:-B'autifulS.irnish- CoL Charles -Bruce, who Was .
eo door in excellent conditioe. Price ad apartment in wendewful Ila- recently appointed Canal Zone

... ,,.0ss._.o, A, "o-'n Ow r Denmes'n dover 1, p
ng $13250. phose P hanm 2003. on: two bedroom fully equip health directoft, i anOg the' th ow0mv'

L ORi SALE:-- Cu1950hl rj O m. .uingM arn est l o retoted fort todaYdfrom New Yoork forc*tO I p
Sol-Air Sport Coups(kepj) at least meyear. Inquire44th alu thePanamale on
four new tires, s#per' s 5 ehn Street No.37, At.K.the rucelaccompaniedr byrhiswfer p o e
*nooeme t Delrse ain fonr only FOR RENT:-24 Io-I mod- and their two young chpdren. hil.lditovrOn g" Dixon-Yates oNexotiationsA
$750. Dity paid. Phone Colon era furnished apartment: =stTting T-e ncn willsawit aiu
1- 462; eftor 5 p.m. Phiene Colon rnIm, d"ime room, po kitc- passenger list. There Atre -
66. na7nd areemit 46th Sle r n eetsengers listedto salf'oa tia iain GTON, tDJun -s30 r k
6..-N -f Nit No.+42. Information: call addition to-those destined W N J .West Memhi .Ark., whicbh*01
- FOR SALE: 9nd new 955 31 rr 429.. the C hanal Zone. i a resident E en hower has den e supply power to the TVA.d e
a ,*t Dealers Sling Pie FOR RENT --bedroom fur- ployes are amopg the passengers. he has tried to cover up" infor.- ixon-Yates tr c t accused
ha ~t 4A. oies Co6s1m. rL iate $e6i sitting room. mota of whom are returningm ation about g over nme nt negota. outhes of concealing WenIlls
PIne Paname a2-4721. S2 btom toilet and parole from vacationrs in the States. i des lig to e xon. s role thedeal Afterwards, he

savI priat sot t s 2 ss oractss tod euda
I U t i 4ite .. e. 45.. Call Amo te Canal.officials arel ie PO.%er o ract ad a look at the buru'l
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker 0979 or 2-1477. Ahur. O'Lea, chle o the e, te resent iles
a ch esempmon gad e nd-titn, e r 2d enylot l h.d
e. Priced no ,al. Phone 2- FOR RENT: ,- Adpart Accountinr Division, with Mr.s. served oti oe w ill reject .re- President Eisenhower today ac.

fr AL Mt l iO ep -O'Leary and their son Mand -John quest by congressional investiga caused Kefauver of raising an issue
1806. meat, pO with 2 F Oster, chief of the Wage andrs. otowiet rdhifor tiae dt they, nodttint to. the Dixon Yates-
WIBE Nroms and E.clets, wi dows and j ftio. Dtowonand i children; ae i intaed o vi e arn. project. Hle s that allth.
23 HFOR SA --Sesod bac ept- dor wired sains mequitd a, Pers Connel a nd Bureau. meat floe. ator has to t n#Oa teernmg W n.
ad unmtil 4 p.m. Jugy 1, 1955, s hot' water.fr igeeter t a .
I 1/I-toe tn take tme's d nl .- lSi enn ellerdonf Morrrcist aml Dr ti lead as d C n ea tsse agr : i

Serves rigsht to react any d or l .p hen 27, -43rd'Stet. Mien. Chan ,rlotteL.Allen.R ob d eans t l t o e..a Pa-
_.4 r__.__-_for__ sBr-are utda ti wessoull t ig e hl
bidsa. UNION OIL COMPANY. .g Vista. lePim3-349. ert R. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Br eau f& m cess to mel .tkbh, l ed I
eBox 1174 Phnedm P th*e 2- a isdonsky,. an e atwo children: filing. y -stemA- A. tnd-pa-ralye. t t -e .hal e
enR alE: 6, ins peveth-, fApartment $40 t.-Mrs. Madelyn Baier; J. Wilul Iproess fovrmen A.... lS_." a I M
b d e m .. .. d fr r requent to B e nt; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick He t ol p t d. a nws. Ph l S 4 li Iee M w do I.r
FOR SAe Must potain. 2034 Via hpaie so- ns and children; Miss r.Bar- instructed BudgetDirector -
4pBuic doordy bones). Phe 3.152. bars M. Bogiornl Mrs. tJ land .uthget ipatket available all nuI
wi thetras Saeri-fiacew30 r. beth I. Brown and 3 children: budget 'papers pertinent to th -e eI hN
2-63 13 Anon. FOR RENT :- F ru is part- Col. and Mrs. Charles 0. ruc lDixon.Yat ete mtter. But that, .tt W, ttefihepli y
IMnt, Including refrigerater; and 2 children; Mr. and M lrs.- F. said,- Is hr as e Iaren ,go. T t ..' e meninar d -e
FOR SALE:--1 1 oh seden, parch, parljr-d^m^ma roomfs L n O.. .. as Xa U he 1The m1 *aWMn dafl
Oo entPl- m o lae s-291. roo, hish..5 S .. Bryan: Mr. aind Mrs, .4. C The ?reaidnt said id government ficena w-oba ts
oensd cndsile. fina. t-291.p omakic heS.e. il-I r. Budd;,and Miss Barbr urt le including his own, A e anniversary -Sunday attend-
H Teoter Mi. Virgin Campbell Dr. "fi d wlith eve kInd of person-.ing the 9 o'clock. servst-a t-o
pionsh_ but top-s.eded To etr.R obert A.ChM. pman;_Mis, u-na a] note." He iWd it wQot del, ....... will_-iad.
r-.aFOnR RINTs- Furnished part- Chapmtan; Msl Carole F. Chase; e ie:, dran ethe tiA Ot dist -Church followed ..
e ments. Ras"uabloe price, Phoe Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Clisbee;: amansyto me.a-I -hink brunch. In.e 6i fte by.. I
Lii edB -- h - o -4871. Mr. and Mrs. George. C.ole- 0I r a t, -' Ceit le Pae i eni
s"mi-ina.ls Ken Rs----l and m. lan: Mr. and Mrsa.Frank Cooke:whenallt.was. -atvhea;=t&
KReaclesWe o m s WtrANTD Mr. and Mrs. Charles a "Cras hi own 6 t061. Other activities of e
nDr ruand 2 children; John W. Cruik- remenina de Beeneflea' in
shank; John R. DeGrummond, "Ypu cannot drag thosetgbervancc of. its anniveriury In-

Montnbllotalie., 'l8-3,u ...ardrer. ir.andMrs Ge Eo, 'S n s anvs
Wlubledon finals Miw_. q u. Jr.; Mrs._May U. ..odsOn,.;JAAe .ouf ad pU .them before tePu-,ude the presentatio of &-Jay-
Wimbled fifo.atWANTs TO..UY. Second C.Drawnbaughn, Mr. andbrs. Jlit with tie. to anybody, ande ,in. t .. o. o.f theTIt
WIMI LEDON, England. Jutie hand n.tr u ..preiferablylikeg- Hprry -c. Egolf and 2 children;,we are not going t9:do it." the.,1 _or at ,-tI-- ,,, -
30 IOUP -LoIae Brough of Bev- ,ish, 250 to 150 , Phone Cui- WIAq Hazel Fles; M r:d 'ks'W Presitkit' sgid ba.by ia-orn at 3anto Tonoas Hes-
erly Hills, Calif.. reached the tebal 2302. Clarene L. Polles and daughter; K o luver. who ameused the laud-it. meon.. Jlt atn of.a.. an
Women' singlesfinals tbdy at .. Mr. and Ur. 1 n1 erbertorat; W t O oBi".ia "n afs.. 1,h Mnta,.-
ithe WiAmbedo tennis ed ha i- Ton a- Pt D. norer; Mis Marion dl, "r the Prsident-o a d Psy .atric hospital. 3Bot
tpionsh ial but top-s eeed TonyG ordner;r and Mr. and Mrs. enatt .pec ",Tuday for deny-lr"a tOna willbad
Trabert and Vic Seixas were ,.Carlet". Hlett 4. k il m U h ,access. to ., _ts. Te M7U ,
eliminated'in the me n a .Mdouble U mtr anMr:d Mr. T4e i .,eliM n-
semi- n.ala.byK en Rosr.,wll a- nd M. Olenn rand d__s er' r~r..d i .a
I _oeale fser of A'stopramla.. o Mr.and Mrs. axI irtur d u,.. --a..bythentitn i 5vme
MI b rough palinea the wom- daughters; Mr.'Oand Mhr. Osaea outhy.0 Wa, ct, K f"[w grow WAWiljl .ole-
en'as finals f or the seventh 'time -. lawkLns; Leo Holuan;; Mr. mad vert a~i .t U y abluD.t"-
tby defeatiynng Darlene Rard oL.r aMrs.G us Hornig; M& Prancue s f t. Ad
m moItebefloi Calif. 6-3, 8-8. Her r *M or.. G.1EAr Mr. and Mrs. ero-stae... l --ak_
Sopponenforo .aturday's final .. J .ohnson; Mr. and Mrs. Abert J.. w2. ,#inv..d bar. KtsMI "tk
will be the winner of today Joyce ahd son; M.sdMsi. a-safgaais 4.n 1 tll,
e- other elfialbetween i. Lesser: Dr nJI1 aseqb.eitautr.tke
.n /Hartof _Co.al Gables.. Fla.._and Loua;Mr. and M -. ohn C. Au:tt,
Dev 'ly Baker Ieltz of Long urow" "a rTurtau'w-or" j 4P.M
ck Beach. Calif. Mr. andMrs.L o Fr. ll ":-to ..
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e s I1I.- IrI rl --- yho turned his collar around for they tacked a "Mr." In tont of.
and n w Richard Burton will play the Ty so many price roles, he laughs, his name in all the advel'tising.
Power role and Lana Turner the that "I thought maybe I would be -
S- H LLY W O O D .* part that Myrna Loy created in ordained." Bobby Van, the song-and-nc
v --.-- nrP the remake of "The Rains Came." It started on TV ith Ruth Ro- star, had his nose and ears pret.
*--""ti --- o -- now titled; "The Rains of Ranchi- man in "The Chao ." He was tied up by a New York plastic
- By ERSKINE JOHNSON and then repeat the hues starting William Demarest, who manag- .pur." asked by the produce iMhe m surging eon.
from the eyelashes up. Ied Al Jolson's life in two blo- When I talked to Lana about ldt, e"i ov Those art
SIva Ho e st IYound Paul Veno HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol- Like a half line of bice undergraphies, is now collection 10 per she said: "This is a realdame.t eaty role Thoe TV Alice Gobel-Jeff onne
we. fdhome for t h I ly wood and GrapeVine: Rush for the blinkers, blne and green shad- cent of Liberace in "SincerelyWhen she sees a man she likes eaty roe / -was saddened by the pas-ing of
sum h Wera a of Mr.'Enterta inlof ri Hed s the paint pots, gals, and get your ows on eyelids, green mascasa Yours." she tells her husband. 'Take off "Dinner at Eight" in TV's Front her beloved uncle, who raised er.
Mecel McNi v at al rtae dinn Paul Ven o of ur his ttle rain ow eyes! on eyeashes and traces of the somewhere, dear. I'll join you in Row Center series was his latest. She flew to his bedside in Pro.8
,er gtv a InBlboem, en. retained a group of his uNutle It's the latest fad with movie same colors in the eyebrows. Or a The Laura Elliot who just sold two weeks.' Now he goes to Columbia for a dence, R. I., when he was lia-
The Itst ilded M s s ri Sen at .e urd u ursea belles, according to facial expert symphony 'ot violet,- chartreuse a screenplay, "Little If" to U-I, There's a new label on Pat gangster part in "Inside Detroit.",pitalized. His death followed her
Ana sw Miss S ila Sciol on Monday. Aida Grey, who started it and and gold. is the former Paramount cutie O'Brien's make-u kit-"Heavy.' .--- return to Hollywood by a few
Fearl. Miss nV a Selby, Miss says: "It's wonderful for women Shades of Theda Bars, who who asked for a release from her Yup. the same 0Frien who spe.1 The Desert Inn in Vegas was so days.
Fearo Miss lb, Miss The apply occasion was his fifth over 30 t replace the coloring smeared black around her orbs in emoting chores a year ago.
Mr. Fred Sill, Jr., Mr. Bruce birthday. and highlights that fade as she the silent era. -- _
TQuinq Mr,- ob Hentceg ril, andby grows older. Preview Bulletin: Warners'
Mr.hiy Tucker. Tmoatherg wa rraene L. e Warpaint, says Aida, belongs Esther Williams kicked up her "Land of the Pharoahs" has more
.- .---." his mother, Mrs. Irene L. Veno. around the peepers and nowhere. heels in a round of Paris night spectacle per square inch than
Ba l AI ladles-. else. The trick is to find just whatI rlubs but photogs slipped through anything yet. Joan Collins, the R E E0,0 eOto en s
Na via l Today colors nature has put into the eyes the inlognito curtain she tried to ritish sex-dazzler, emerges as a
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Gale Robbins and her arrhitect
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announcement but the Palm Springs realtor is
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the Court Sancta Maria No. 447,1 question. Says he: "We really
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: PRICED TO SELL .. Only $400.00.


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I s. "SANTA ISABEL" SeSCs rtobal, C. Z., Jdly 5 kline,. .Tig ers..... 5_. 3-" I3lowe, Brickson (), Hahn -(10),. ISa
S.L ,"SANTA MARIA" ...Sals Crlstobal, C. z., i"ly1 5 K AARITA 3:15 5:10 8tump (10) and Streaull. Wp
u~s.L wrra uMAA" ... ss Ctob, C. Z., July 12 '." .. Ja'h oTE :UIMiller. LP-Marlowe. ._ ., -K yr !U-,
FROM U. S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST Mantle, ankees....... 65 tt . erfi .U ard "| Del-
I* TO CENTRAL AMERICA mSnider, Dodgers' .. .60 .. --R oc es." __01 32 i- 1I
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL. C. Z. Bruton, Braves ......... S 7 C s .. CL :1-8:20 savan a M o 104 011-13 a .
LS ATA CRUz" ........Due Balboa, C. Z. July 6 Giliam, Dodgers ........ 8 ., .* Rochester 011302010 10 1 .. -
*LL. TA ADELA" ....... Due Balboa, C. Z., July Kaline, Tigers ............ 5 ii C C c- (6)2 S a obu )M .c.h 1 I I
f *. Clile. --c-''. I ( W Beanuebry (), Bra(o ( .11 I -" ..... jiis0i ilk ili/I
HITi rs !11 S- sdinfe t. a...,, and Noble; XellY; Baylock 13)
FM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE Kallne, T gers ......... 101 (6)., 6s- )dU -:- Q-o
SWI ,04S!T CENTRAL AMFRICA & U. S. PACIFIC Aaron, Braves.......... o Ra WP-&Sc .-ebury. LATE I
A-IAMTA CUUZ. ......Sails Cristbal, C. Z., July-15 Smith. Indians ......... 98 7:4 LOCA :N Mackin so. HR--Garca, Clark.
1 M ueller, Giants ........: "113 A STORY- DIABLO'H--'- .
Fox,1White Box..........93
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N.. 3-M N Newcom b ,.'" Dodgers 13 1 will a a" levin d mtow o -, at
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2 Homers, Drives In Campanella; Crown to Jimmy Carfer
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All Of Team's 6 Runs Fractured Knee -NATIONAL IAGU
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C L D1 lht by d erfet Chaepoirern Mlwaukee
TheyBmlMa n. Dd ight, by dee11,a eform New York ...3 37 .47 17 and
By CARL LUNDQUIST ota e ater, as e the eeh cii n Barn split Ne innate ...32 35 .47 17 t* ....10
NEW YORK, June 30 (UP)--Say hey! Shine up h st n completee fra ture rTh nesw I chamon, whofo Lou31 37 .456 190o rt y ". lh
NEW YORW J V a E Bchad-soug cn.4 h hghnssissf.33.y51
that halo. D t off the superman loa. Get that ably ld rt or 15 days. o hting or ghtweghtttburgh ...23 4 1 2 Baltimore .

That H Kid baseball's waukpe'r slugcin bee. Lew Bur- In the lame agk anst the Car. ha a t te rivalchance Pcneaulphl 2 3 4 19_ I
door ajar in the Hall of Fame and pu tMeet isbein m and certainly to a swimmg the referee and one of the (mtOame)
s orn hope iislayed mont of the season in t I fans. Charles Connor will ct as ds, while their at his TODAY'S GAMES Bre '
Crockett stories back in the comics. ile May. e,

n w. ** o mmee and the physical Edu- Starter and referee, noted a draw. The Unitt lwaukee 2224 1 0 New Yr

t nantchs.H dhit Musiar' homer tied the score -H 'cation and Recreation Branc h. The list of the officials is a Press sore heard had It Smith Plt1 r r (ovin, (.-)p
d the t at 2all, accounting for two runs The committee is composed o Ca- follows: and Carte 1 ook. Don and he
ho8^ rs slia% job of hl8 career, in the sixth and the Cardinals ^^^iH~ik .nal Zone residents who, as in the! Starter and Referee Charles The fight started slowly, but nB"u r Cdoop r.-5) rn. Ttrlw (10-6? iadSii' Si
rn I "l six runs in a Iput over five more In the eighth, p are unselfishly givmg their, Connor. In the last five rounds there was Burdette (8-8) and Cr.dai. y^1^ *(l W B
nd d ro th Dod rs In one on a homer by Wally Moon f time and effort to make tis 4th iClerk of Course-Mikuli. a steady exchange of punches ,,,, --
tory over ge of July a memorable occasion. Recorder- rst. between both boxers. 8mith' g aeyd
S n a nday July 4 at 2:00 p.m. the Asst. Recorder-Mr. riger seconds had to restrain Ohm c ames sc uled200 Be

S ? i oppnent runners moving &aternoons entertainment will get: Head Timer-Charles Magee. when the battle was over, be- i0. 1 New York10 00fnffS""
All.Amernob oyOm f 15ican it brok e dete, a hl toeok a 5-0 lead with f i t n osf wi th a ang as the men and Timer-oCase caue all Canal Zonewnted topeopel- M1" Sc (4-4)gin te llum nd P alEa M '_7'
loose last night in a way La 3lveson"yathomerptoosHankSauersInlfoul ball.Swimming Meethis being i adneDandy certainlyto aIswimmmig the.referee and one of the (Night Game i ame)

Gint fans a forlorn hope that the second, te cond at s eRoy women, boys and girls of the Ca- Timer-Nancy Kariger tinue hitting Carter. Jurge and Sth

wibasenall slggitne a b Sm e hldd pnal Zone and Armed Forces co.i Head Judge-Mr. Anderson Smith used hs right hand Ku
wi^ntr. ^La ^ ihtn th senou oron / "pete in this annual swimming Judge-Herb Raybourne. sparingly, but his strong left LaPalme, Wrghto1), Kon-
rated in llpm ,y have a ha, e In win. egra Cmttee ad the t oul eet Judge-Joe Cand e y often penetrated the chaUing iLawrence, ax, Smth (3) ntya Berr
e ent e hit two.MusIei homer tied hescore catiSom e very good entries hB ra n nnTheClemmons. guard of the ficals is loser. haand Burbrink.

?the shtol hr on been received for the men andt Awards-.Hutchings. After ha cautious start, Smith C---roit 0r ,15 0
homers, including the first at 2-all, accountingfortwo runs -. The committee iscomposed of Ca- follows: 14a nd CaCet 42 . PoletooSer.), Andre, Hllkt -.ion ( ,-81 II Utt., Me

lost s control an i career, i n the sixth and the Cardit nails al Zone residents whoa n the 100 Life Guard-Dorman Fulton. started the at tautk d won (Neht e. Da nd an , 002 --1
n a ns in a l put hoer. five more in the eighth past, are unselfishly giving th Medals will be awarded to the rounds th three, four and t ive ew aYor 004010 1006 11 (-3) and
rank droe ve In te one on a homer by tere ane everal of 4o 195 Bal th Clerk of Cowinnrs in each before the exchampion realized Broklyn 00000001-

ShaBrooklyn Morjn with sriled kboa High School swimming team vent. Trophies will be awarded to that he was behind. The win Keegan and Mohim
wns Ruben Gomez, his opponent, runnler.%moving afternoons entertainment will get! Head Timer-Charles Magee. when the battle was over, be- Louis 110 024-4).12 B oe 10d

ly. Clm Labt P et who ican winter The hs took 5-0 leadfew who areIda Straus, Bob the high competitors in each of andner cut his opponent over both ome (5-3 and Katt.
23b taimesRl to pitc h a colof lastra a;l:d'h the second as Ro Conn women, boys and girls of the Ca- te diiir men, en, n the fourth Labne (-2 Koufa and Ransa ity 0000 1
ate. Lseas nigt they lO malle hit a bases-loaded triple nal Zone and Armed FNohmad. -Head Judge mr. And person aftr that concentrate his alker Cleveland 214 8
0 in te e and that was enough fr Rn ete in this annual a3 meter diver, phles w be on display in Balboa blows to that area. ong lefthant
,0m g, th re hits a Negra o to stick it out for a five- mee competi-Service Center. y carter, who thought he could (Night named AstBoth
1ht I NAnnouncer--JaClemmons. guard of the loser.

ise hits in this event. All ties should be dropped o easily s he did ve burgh 0001020003 5 1 Fer (),
Th Yankee tned tHeading the list f ofiials whot the Boa siin ooo or ars ao men andt Awards-Huthing s. After a cautious start, Smith i 1 man, Wght
Amenrin hLeninth after whlch and Tom Saffell hit P ittburgh w omens relay teams and thie Life to Dave 300Guard-Dorman ultboa, tC. tfe in the sixth frame winnl h.. -
Frank lert drove Ir thel ome ryar free style Amon those en- Medals will be awarded to the rounds two, three, four and five ewoklleld (2-00, 00 e, 100p- (Ni ht ame)

Sbra nin flle.rst droae oin th l loe ... Y .- a1 T1y Emblem lbper, Donos and Atl Bostony100 (
SI tered are several of the 1955 Bal three place winners in each e- before the ex-champon realized 1 -, arn,

BrooklyntrundwithiolpensatboaHighSchoolswmmingteamvent.Trohieswile Bt h n whe h miashd. The00
fly. Clem Labine, who has failedain- Goe S (5-3), and Ktt
.23 timeto itch a c complete Elks b p fewwho l ae-Ida aus, Bobthe a m. Tgh om titors in each oner cut his opponent over both Labine (,'6-2), Koa and .. C 1 2o. .

h n tsle u .Kobbe, Tops In Jungle q "ly l; A-MayIng 8
msinhei Connor Judy Engelkeu.. l I ., W aru are ra ision meng, A lso ys,eyes In the fourth stanzaynd
gasme s ean e i y Bill Halvosa, Albert Nohmad. ad gs mdals and r ter thatgd, lcocenrater, 1t hs Walker.. Cle 2 0 T S na (l-6 o r .ni I

1 0 -0 inoth us 1 ato d nh rentLg sueo -t I A Map 1Ib8 hadl o 1 PSgram Al Dible
c- Innatl -5 as Stan (The o all William Hatchett, 3 meter diver, phies will be on display in Balboa blows to that area. i e willlger 2b 2 0 1 1
lallaste hme f all ice the Little ague origin Fort oe which "majors" intff Again Fort Kobbe led the way re t th has agreed tt ..... 2 Approximately

2.500th major league hit, and the C. Bradshw ... 0 0 0 n nated in the Canal Zone. He won jungle warfare training, has prov- on May 12 when seven teams from give Carter a return match In omez p ........ 4 2 2 2 0 ages 8 to.16 arc enrolled In the
P'-il's topped Pittsburgh. -3 Stewart 2 1 2 5 the Most Valuable Player award en again that when it comes to the Panama are were entered in 0 days. tennis program in progress
e Yankees who now have atson ... 2 4 20 in his second and last year tion in this event All entes should be dropped off beat Smith easily as he did five Totals 38 6 1 1 15 at the D-4), onni Court
American League lead to five Heading the list of officials who at the Balboa swimminmgpoool or years ago in Cincinnati, came to Philadelphia 050 001 00x--6 .9 1man, wight and FOiles.

defeated the Baltlmoroles e Lowill be donating their time to th a w aled Hh sorer 3001 boa, C. le n theii sixth frame, winning 8:00 to 10:00 each mo
times in 12 ames this year.meet is Chr1es Conor. wwlepon. team was Cpl. J.J. Graves, th r "Dund ad theInext threrookyn I.

4.ained their open victory on League Founder Jim Mcloin at On checking the record books comany.gy (2-0) nd forehand and backh
measuring date, by beating the Player fg ft pf t
punehless Orioles, 9-2 and73, R.. Caldwell.......6 4 1 16oe-aPnadrmh

rey steou per- ........ foKor the first hal o te Life- Bebll de Kobbe earn he lost only one round, fre-0 0 3 rokes, aong t co
ane a his an Cn Pots lowed as te ee b player liners have: got off to a lyingsecd lac e PAAF series l U Eleenf t n court e e

y. Believer Tom Morgan scored ro come ou. o he Atlantic Little star in defending their 1954 Pana- behind the strong Special Troope -nlder cf ....... 4 0 1 3 0 the first two weeks next In line
wVtv ssr. o is ., s g oronio % ,,:: i s ; s .- ^
Kansas City retarded third D. Hule t. ....... 0 0 0 y wh a recod o Fro r .... 3 0 0 1 0 Ra a
place Cleveland with a 12-4 R. Mikulch....... 0 31 0 a uVFW-TEENERa BPLAYERNe Y lrk 0ste t h th

int a G .......... 0ayW0 A B ected for he 1955 PAAF All- OR whie Ca rte 31 i 1lLec.4 If.....15 w, W hin ton. 1 years of ag 90 ed Id cales at 134'. Maya cf .......4 2 2 4 2 3 1
in other National ag u Totals 11 5 6 27 above in the uniform of he se sMueller ....... lnd

game Milwaukehoe closed in on Park Indians a io r a school ch w n al e e o .playground will have on

th Hh hs and we hs aver Outstanding pl er again this repr native battery wi th th e Brooklyn Dodgers, has entry in each of the following
o p lBa yhce C o wd C n 2 0 2 Shreveport, Louisi ana l to seasonaced second behind to Laura Slas and add wrr Tearller im ....... 5 0
cinnati, 9-5 as Stan (The Man) R. Bisho......... 0 0 0 0 year, has been in or ganized base bn

Musical bla ted a homer for hs J coenhaver....... 0 04 ball since the Little League origia Fort Kobbe, which majors in Agiin Fort Kobbe led the way regained it. hSme t ha-fs agreed to Ksatt e ..........cf4 0 0 2 0 As uder 14 yeas o
2,-,0th mao, lu h i, and t P Wa- ....... 0 0 0 that i h Canal Zone e an won the d nnt egient jungle warfare training, has prove on May 1 when seven teams from give Carter a return match in Gomez p 2 2 0 aes 8 toe1 are nr l e
.. .... .... .o r leag u e ..it. a nd th e C ........ 0 0 0 inm e ..... ..22 2

P"' 's topped P ttsburgh. 6-3. Stewart .........2 14 co 2 5 the Monst Valuable Player award en again that ewhen t comes to t be Panama are wereentered N. 11 d ays t igt as Trto Lckman to Harr- T
'n e Yankes whpo ow have f F. Wdratso .......9 2 4 0 0 n hs second and last ynear of Lit the "mi 3 or leagues, it is a ver- Ithe USARCARIB pistol champion- te M e L t th lea wlo and

Ikdefeated the Baltorlolek. W. Hall ............ 1 0 1 2 eue py t ristob in stry regiment rifhele teams finith washed PAAF team which latscoreronthe won over more than half ther schedule to on als t
times in 12 games thi year, Totals 14 4 12 3612 andiwas described by Litle pon. team w0 las rCpl. J.. Graves, on "e U .Koufax o8yn I g.
gained their opening victory -on t eagaue C. Around rent Jon to hGl ati On cecng te record boos company. 31 ad te for Jak Criml an limited Rich - K.. ne 9 in fd ad
Bob Turley's ll-strikeout per- the testimonial dinner which fol..for the first half of '55. the Life- Baueball-mipde. Kobbe earne GilliRees -2b.......3 0 0 3 4 strokes, alon with courts o

an.th a tw n hor N. gam or b q t lowed as "the greatest bll player li ners have: ot off to a lymingseod place in i cormei d o fe h n the sen- ea .
na Canal Piloto I a Chalks Upf 4e.n

.Reliever Tom Morglanscored mto come out of the Atlantic Little star in defenDERS championships. hion the Istrongnning opener and then John- ae s 1 0 1h T cket o wesr Illinois' four home
is fifth triumph withbases-loaded Aclose hard fought ame all B UNITED PRESS Thrree weeks of dallly practice e son duplicated the feat Ivn the ee n3. pch footl bame are head of last
In the nightcap over the fledg-W. player g8that year, to get a record not yet one-two in rile competition:.took.games behind the troopers in reg- VII0 For r oes. lb ....... 3 0 .1 11 3 The sern d .
ling Orioles whose top hitter. M. Lebun..........30 0 0 0 equaled, and his batting average otoprwonorsinisIfmming; pled ular season play with a record of -0n0llo ...... 3 0 0 1 te fl o nte strting

Dave Pope, is batting .2r2. GilB Walker e f t.......e 0e s 0 forof the two yearseofLtle League two pistolmen ot .he chain ion.9-l e ... sason when a new record was
MDougmald hit Gma n, tworn B.last 3 minutes unil .7 1 1 plabo y ws near B IA 19 e swimmers, June 12 squad; ahe n Se ted for the 9 PA ba hAllim th i NW Y K, Jne (UP) b-Kel.ne ....... 0 0ooet 9 .
ip fourth game. 4 seconds to go the Eble League as a corded second place i Panama a- Star Frst team were Jose Rsealker c ... 3 0 0 4 0
second game. Bill Skowron bat- J. Pottery..........10 0 1 0. member of the Buick team. He rea baseball, softball and golf. I rio, pitcher, and Lloyd W ilox,

ed in hr first ame rs C w ......... won an lt none, struc out at le n the ieiers a il ie ta ats e iao ite a-e...
l Kaline had a tre -run J. Rowan......... 1 0 3 and batted a phenomenal .514. n sporting at the Fort Clayton the bpool.- handed second team births.Monteal routed yracuse f pnd 2d rouns).
er and two other hits, boost- Fitzgerald....... 0 0 0 with the same team he won ktbal courts. Last year's Panincud Bill In t s e ard Jly

aeagec 9 and lost none had 48 strikeouts, ma Area Armed Forces champs, nie Lennon, second base a n itheon 1 ea 28 1
s victory. He ao became Toas 8 6 42 hit6 home runs and 5 doubles, the 195 edition is showing all in-Mares and C. Wheeler, third base, Rochto win 20 gamester, -Grounded out for Labne In

the fl t-major lea e player to comil ig a batting a e of dications of "being the tam ton and Frank Waldeng outfield. 8e MT
as the C-hitnar. The Coca Cola .370. V During 1955 Wayne played beat" for the second yearin th urg the softball inter po rst Not Gamsince Luke Hamin, who bSacrifice fly for Borkowki T

Store five rung.n the with the Cristobaland FairPark row. championship finals. Fort Kobbe's went on to a big .league careerIn 9th.
t o ve ltsin ; AMER N L Outstandin lyer i n th representatives batter with the Brooklyn Dodgers, h-
t-to .gl"o u Billy Hoeft aollptiing T. Cost .............2 0 2 4HighwS oa rTro h rlner wo 0 ilt
OO for i e h v y. D. I ......... 0es were by no means equal to season is big Howie McCallen, who04th FA, placed second behihurleWon0,rrors Terwiler
Billy oodan delivered a .......... his fabulous preceedig 4 ears he was last years scoring leader.Fort Amador. Johnsonds virtually a cinch tYO CHEE... s under 14 years of

t~ doubl ai h anCve A Richmond 110000000-2 B 3 0
. y Goe brnd. the Staacy............ 4 0 4 816ated a quality of baseball Both McCallen and Joe Clarizio When the PAAF golf t o u r n a-.It this year. The 6-foot, 4-einch, 'r a a "1 r f 5 a c Der 14 years of.l oer
Sthri,.n .a te..........u u uhwill make himi a formidableof the 33rd Infantry regiment were meant came to a close in April, the20-poundright-hander record- fice fly-Kellert. Doubeplays- 4 ye

jt ar andtriple .. ........ 1 oetitor and something to rec-. chosen PAAF players of the weekFort Kobbe sextet laced second. d No. lat gt Toronto ckma a ;
r uns wNtf, a..arm dp.. W. W.ilkinson .......1 1 2.kon with in Hershey. in a recent poll. Low man on the team was FFC whipped Richmond, 4-2 and 7-2, Terwilliger to Harris. Left on-t,,,- rle wl pa il and Al
Soo, No. for W ra...... 0 Campanella, Members of the two 33rd Infan- Dale Bean who qualified for the ancusthe Maple eafs still have baseNew York 10 Brooklyn 7.a wiai

| q b Banka, Cubs ........... 18 BALBOA 6:15 8:10 oroSool.yn snew Montreal 3012300x-9 13 0i
Kan Dlo.. -IW. Hallg..........1 0 1 2 try regiment rifle teams finished PAAF team which later won over more than half their schedule to Bases on balls_-Gomez 5, La- set t two t

Ks t_ EEKLY SERVICE FROM NEW YORK Mantle, ankeeswo in Panama Area compe- the Ailles. Sergeant Bean Farrell, Spring (5) and Er_ ofeutt S se.,
batamen O Gus Zernial with his Totals 14 4 12 32 MtAMathewstBraves .... 18 |n ar eaAU BtLLh Rgnhota. LP-Farel
th hon er and triple, Harry tiA oal tio in Aril. The teams, led by a. 70 on the last round to bran g Labine 4. Hits off-Labine 9 in
Lpsm. Sh an two-run homer No. rme-.DAcore by quarters Capt. Jac C. Burch, went on to 73his total to a 301 and a tie for Jack Crimlan limited Rich- 8; Koufax 2 in 1. Runs nd R
"nd run-voring single and JIM N 6-4 a nd 22 ur IAOR LA R shoot in the Caribbean Command third place in individual competi- Mond to five hits in the seven- earned ru-- -Gome- 1 and 1,ckAPsales Illns foEr hm
annMa LAG e RS championships ITon inning opener and then John- Labe 1ne1 and 5. Hits by pitch -n es ar s f
o l with a bases-loaded Aclose hard fought game all l By UU TED PRESS Three weeks of daily practice son duplicated the feat in the Gomez (Ree.e). WP.Gomes -easonbwhen a new record was
oy antzWEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE core was tiedfor the..... 9 sessions payed off for FortKbbe nightcap as the Maple Leafs (5-3 LP- b (6-1).
hiWES fourth game. 40 seconds to go the Emblem n .......... antryartillery team coped, first. rage.
Hank Aaron hit two homers.Club went ahead. on111ofialtb ipla) e in the PAAF nwimminl
nd td..Mathews and Joe Ad-.--o. 2 game-score by quarters" meet at the Fort Clayton pool. Montreal routed Syracuse, 9-1,
eock delivered on each i1 MIl- 10-4, 21-10, 31-24 and 42-32. NATIONAL LEAGUE 12 Post representatives placed i Columbus beat Buffalo, 5-4, and B I [4 A STARTS

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othe reale of te Ro
,o1 *Wi adt. uame, ad wre in r.dAnM for A.
kKllso 'na-"OiAL motv t, a melnt.aash Ma
Sof the old tbay Coat
deal of the flint Irreveence p orts writer manifest
ofthe extraosiary isa pofeeiwenal attitude, but
e was an honest fure ofslamay, irritation and

They felt they already had r their otQy. 8mnd had c
Earlier with a so. a remarkable reversal In form from his 79
S,* dabefr.. Julius oraw, a former Open chlip, had 48a o
lqwed a 1. And Tommy Bolt, who -fired a opening round ..
hat kidded to asmore comproealble 77.
tjut INe flUck wMI a .story-a -unique story because he
V&&the man0no knew. or Immediate writing purpose ittl,
S ond what appeared on the score card. "Jack

n s eglf wrlto from the Middle West had little bak-
teil They eould't say feI lsu hew oldbe
h started ,. wh be hbd .won thlmg.yef
he. e had bee playing. One rememe e a U -
SdiisOpe i. tthes .Chieago district, but what heo sred nk

eny, Ileek 'was the man from nowhere the darkest dark
bse ast. ever sted out as a threat at the midway majk
S ro ling with the deadline and time .diffet l, the best
S etrn i co do on Fleck wus* one over Ilthtly
*ttsWsat:. po ticaUly they consoled themselves that he
wouldn't be lo enough to worry about, anyway. m re-
Oet t n thre have bean ahumbar of Johnny Jumps-ups who
ateimrtely flashed and fizzled.

There was a wagging of knowing heads, always an interest-
ins journ&azJ ritual, when Fleck carded a 75. for his third
round. Thir was more his speed. His first round was 76. The-
oarMcally, he was still in contention, oly three shots back of
2 iogaW the aece-setter as the final started.
Few stars, and so unknowns, spot. Regan, even an agingt
igan, three shots, and catch him. Fleek's itidon was seare,
ly deaL It was like beinr only three Inehea short In trying t
ehl bottomless gerge.
But Fleck, as the world knows by now, went on to do the
|, balbM e ..* *ot l to tateh eogan san a 4 to beat hbl,
| aiUM the sOarenbaiid the rashness of a Judgment which ftx-
ed hs true speed at 75. And, of course, he did not do the Impes-

If the assignment had been impossible, obviously Fleck would
have. failed. There ought to be an editoril bqn of the use of
L thliwerd by any port writer. Particularly In golf copy. The.
*IrHalbile hu been happening in golf since 1913 when Ouitnet
S bes Vardon ad Ray.
S *
Sdtoluding the w1, lek hit the ball S tawes in playing
o hoe It woul a Slaver has to sce it awUy thin to
IL 2ldJ ut one from all the rest, and say, "This Is the On,,
that did ti." -
The shot Fleck cherishes the most, you will learn later In
his personal account of one of the great ehsatplonships of all
time. I didn't get to see all his shots. Like moat of the other
wrUit, was only dimly aware a man by the name of Fleck Was
even in the field until his G was posted on the seote beard.
Thel circumstances were such that it would be futile to try
to diseeant the importaaee of the No. 7 iron second he -lyed J'
th Heaom green in the fourth round, a shot from the frboa# tat
Wded hole high, some 6 feet from the pl%. This had to be aft
absolt m feet shot if he was to have a chance for the tit"n
putt Oerwise he was beaten.
Weighed for its psychological effect, the deuce he got eo
the abort eighth for a half, had, I thought, a profoundly
eta on the result of the playoff. Boann haddrpp a a
1q0ter for a bird, his first on this hole in th championship.
rlek's arching iron had settled, like a poached eg, 8 teet
from the.cup. If he missed, the battle would be all even.
putt was simple enough though many 8-footers are missed under
nr4aure. How would Fleck react to Hogan's long one?-that was
e ouestion.
The answer wasn't long coming. Wasting no time, the Mir-
acle Man from the Corn Belt. got his line. gave the ball a brisk
fl"'ttan and down It went
He- couldn't have been more poised or confident ift he had
been playing a friendly match with a neighbor back in Iowa.
To him the great Hogan was just another guy. And by way ot
e'rShasis. he won the very next hole with a bird to go I up.
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s resolved a M lil fd r t*e
t 1eavywegt title te2t.
Ad it may Mtpns te oe lm-
f a ocky larelano-Ar-
b scheduled for
Lto Wst.ave
September probably at New
York until the latest offer
pmPed up. I-B-C offlelals '-
to name t dly makinre
re offer but admit t t from
one of five already under "co-
sideraties. Those five are Chl-
cae, I Angeles, New Or-
leans, Mlwake and Houston.
One repceeentatlvo of the I-
B-C calls the Offer-"probably
te largest guarantee ever
mad4 for any Iit."
The signing mh.eduled for
y may be postponed atUl
Friday or even next week.

VFW Teeners

Get More Help

To help the VFW to raise suf-
ficient funds to send a group of
teeners to Hershey, pa., four
Pahama commercial establish-
mtents have contributed prizeato
the George W. Goethals, VFW
Post at Cocoll for their open
house event, scheduled for the
weekend, starting Friday after-
noon and concluding Monday at
National Distillers contributed
several bottles of their products,
Hallman S.A. has sent over a ta-
ble lamp, Casa Fastlich has do-
nated an imported cuckoo clock
and Tahiti contributed a cigar-
s"t ew

The VFW open house will be
held in Cooo rain or shine.
Those expecting to witness the
firework display on the Fourth,
a&e reminded that one of the
most aantageous spots on the
Zone to msee such a lspay is on
the West Bank, riOjht atthe Co-
coll post of the VFIW.
e dav, an vftatlon was
received from the Brooklyn
D aenL eunent lSada, in W
Zone VFPWteenage ball players
to +_be -their.zuaaf _. players
al" abbets end wl be In-
troduced to all the players in
the dugout.


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QUITTING TIME-Traded to &lew7 an by eltmIor
central Pennsylvania hills, and rested-for good, he
jury the 35-year-old infielderJncued slidig.



ll4ly Cox went home to Newport, In the
Note the bandage to protect the leg in-

To Teach Son To Be Bal!playe

e ,imThrow Accurately, Feli
back from an overseas trip
the Air Force ... .His tri
took him to Emgland, France,
man and North Africa, wham
h6l service offfals set up
.e_. agues for living on
to'ybases ... There are 90 t
in action there w, with moe
come. .The olumbus Indus
Little League stard off with
of the season's betr relief p
Mg jobs...Joe Patton of the
stedt club came on in the e
inning with the bases loaded,
Out andI the score tied. . A
up ft two strikebqts, an
sandwiched in between, brc
him out of the imning with
one run home ..
Week's Question: Whjtl is
minimum distance for a h
run in Little League?-Bob
Answer: 150 feet.

TF-.0.OFF-Owe Pae Pennell sends the ball soaring Into the
m. at t The catcher Is another ght-year-i
old, eo Crawfedea. arn e members Little League farm
team, set ap adst'rtl for very young boysx

B JIMMY BRESLIN the league with .336 last season
NEI Staff Correspondent when he was hit with bulbar polio
in September.
I Bob Feller was brought up on He made a fine comeback and
baseball by his father and at 16 It was more than just another
he was a major leaguer. 'game to folks around the Chi.
Every Little League coach or, cago suburb when Jimmy took
parent should be interested in the the field.
way the Indians' strikeout sultan .
Is handling the baseball future of Small Talk: A couple of top.
Stevie, his 9-year-old son. notch football names, Crazy Legs
Hirsch and Glenn Davis, former.
"I tell him to eat, sleep and live members of the L os Angeles
baseball," Bob says. (Rams, coach teams in the Studio
Stevie is in a small fry pro. City LL in Hollywood, Calif. . .
gram at Gates Mills, 0. 'Commissioner Car Stoz just
"It isn't a franchised L ittl e --
League," his father note s, "be- j
cause we started too late. But
we'll have everything set for the
next season.

"Stevie is an Infielder, but I
work with him on throwing. The
main thing for him to learn is
control. Get the ball where you
want it-and get it there with a
smooth motl6n. That's the b I
thing. I don't want him throwing
with a herky-jerky motion."
"I don't show him anything a-
bout hitting," Feller smiles. "I'm
a lousy hitter so I leave him a-
lone along that line."
DEAD Harry Agganis, 25 If the younger Feller is a long
first baseman of the Boston ball hitter he has no worries a-
Red Sox, died at a -hoslpltal in bout breaking windows. The Fel.
Cambridge, Mas. Agganis had ler home at'Gates Mills has 29 a-
been a baseball and football acres of open space. I
star at Boston University. Fu- I
neral services were scheduled The Polio Day returns haven't
to be held for him today,. reached the halfway mark, b ut
Little League and National Foun-'
h A nation for Infantile Paralysis of-
n e Alleys.. ficials expect to elear 100,000.
The benefit game had a lot of
It's the "Hotroda" against the meaning to It at Helper, U ta h-
"Scarcecrowa" on the 33d In- especially when Wayne Dimmick
fantry regiment's bowling a11s took the mound to pitch. Wayne,
as Fort obbe's mixed league 11, went the distance, quite an Julius or
"rolls*" Into its second week of a accomplishment for a youngster
22 week series, who was stricken with polio and Twelfth of a series
The Post's annual bowling had his arm in a brace until this; By JULIUS BOOS
season commenced Tu e sday, season. Written for NEA fSrvice
June 21, under the supervision It was the same at Elmwood
of Maj. H. Ball, executive offi- Park, Ill., when Jimmy Sadilek It's difficult to understand how
cer of USARCARfB engineers bounced around second base in an experienced golfer ho ha 9
and president of the local the North Elm Little League's been playing regularly can six
league. Assisting him as league Polo Game. Jimmy was leading putt a green.
vice president is Capt. Louis -- But I did, and it cost me $400.
Luer t c f for it put me out of the money by
Legue teams eonsist of off. -one shot in this year's Los Ange-
cen, enlisted and civilian person les Open.
nel. There are eight teams in all It happened on the 16th, when
in competition and each team is my second shot stopped on the
composed of two men and two green 20 feet back of theh ole.
women. I putted four feet past the bole
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Shows Signs Of Settlement

BUENOS AIRES, June 30 (UP)ilast year. He was also under oh-
.antiago Luis Cardianl Copelloservation for possible ieart and
resumed control of the Rom an kidney disease.
tholic hierarchy in Argentina to- As an added indication of the
ay on the heels of a government government's new conciiatory at-
hakeup that could mean an early titude towards the Roman Catho-
d to the bitter church-state con- lie church, authorities in Buenos
Atroversy. Aires and Catamarca provinces
The 75-year old Archbishop of ordered aq offices of the Catholic
suenos Aires and primate of Ar- Action Organiation returned to
ntina had been unable to carry the militant civilian group.
his full duties recently because -"
f illness. The Right Rev. Manuel T
&to, who as auxiliary Bishop of British Tell hangg
luenos Aires was acting head of
She church, was deported by the Nav" v EcrA
.Gyernment June 15. Navy May EI0 d0o d
S Tato and the Right Rev. Ramon -
iovoa, canon deacon of the !Arch-.J Dm.i.
ocese, were accused by the govR1d-y1*u d Shipping
rnlment of inciting disorders and
.xpelled. The expulsion led to the TAIPEI, June 30 (UP) -Auto-
ommunication of President ritative sources in this Nationalist -
Uan D. Peron and other officials Chinese stronghold today predict-
volved ed ."difficulties" if British war-
It was understood that Peron at ships try to escort "illegal" ship-
esterday's cabinet meeting ac- ping into Communist Chin e ae e
*is 16 ministers The entire cabi-
t handed in resignations follow- The sources said the Nationa-
the abortive June 16 Navy-led list government will not lift its
olt. I blockade of the Red China coast.
Th6'official state radio said that The British government report-
itaister of interior Angel Borlen- ed yesterday it has warned Na- SF,. THOMA,
s8 resignation was "irrevoca- tionalist China that British war. T-raF V T rH a
,." leaving Peron no alternative ships will be used, if necessary, 5o;"feTra
,t to accept it I to protect British.merchant ships .. ...
?Informed sources said P ero n engaged in trade with Red China. o rctiii
lso had accepted the resignations Britain sent a protest to Nation. decorated for
three other members of his 16- alist China last week after the meals daily Vt
ancabinet. They were Transpor- British Inchjuia and Helikon were miaes fromoth
on Minister Juan Maggi, Agri- intercepted off the Red Chinese lefL. C.O. of ,
ure Minister Carlos H organ port of Foochow. andJ
Education Minister Armando;
en Ban Martin. The Nationalist government de-
4n order ending the state of lined official comment today on t
e, or modified martial la w the protest and yesterday's state-
e out of what observers called ment by BriiaiUk4oreign under- Itrrin
seon's "farewell" meeting with secretary Robert Turton. .
-_S old cabinet, all members ofI Informed sources here said it
lah submitted resignations last was hoped the incidents wo u Id :
eek: Therd was no immediate cause no friction between "poten- O \
I nouncement on who would re- trial allies." The sources empha- YC
dace those whose resignations Isized that Turton said B r tish t h
are accepted. ships would protect United King-
Army Minister Franklin Lucero dom ships "on their lawful occa- Preparing a
announced that the joint gen- sons. Meals each da
staff of all the armed forces. The sources said they took this me als each da
bwn as the "Command of the to mean that shipments of strate- conditions--h
orces of Repression," was dis- gic materials would be considered infantry regCo
ved when the state of siege was unlawful. .the Co endal
IntTo The Nationalists, It was claimed, metal pendant
u ucero had been chief of t he, were interested primarily In keep sei- vice,duri"n
nt staff, which was ordered by ing strategic food out of Red ,l2- 2 to June 1,
;. ron to put down the revolt. na and especially out of the "in- Rc"Ipient-
0 D solution of the command was evasion coast" from Foocho w Sfc Thomas J.
as an indication that Peron shoutward to Swatow.
Confident a 11I elements in- I p
ed in the revolt were now BALBOA TIDES 1f I
v /leunder control. vs- 6 .
Cardinal Copeno had been in a FRIDAY, JULY 1 _LI D vises
~as&tal since January. He suf- HIGH LOW
.ed- three broken ribs when he 1:02 .m. 6:55 m viss
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S J. KING, right, mess steward of 7437 AU. Jungle
ning center, on receiving the Commendation Rib-
al pendant, is congratulated by Lt. Col.A. D. Dick-
ast commander, 33d Infantry regiment. King was
his part in- preparation and distribution of 1300
n numerous training areas ranging from one to 25
e kitchen. Looking on are Capt. Grady M. Vickery,
7437 AU. and Capt. Raymond M. White, adjutant
former 7437 AU C.O. (U.S. Army photo)

ig Deeds Rewarded,

Chief Gets Medal

approximately 1300
ay-under adverse
s earned a 33d
ietn mess steward
itlon Ribbon with
I for "meritorious
; the period Nov.
f the award was
King, mess stew-

low Plan

ium Siles

Housewives who go to the Pan-
ama Canal Commissary stores to
buy linoleum for their kitchens
or rugs for their living rooms
will soon be saved the inconve-
nience of measuring the floors
in advance.
The new sefice will be pro-
vided as the result of an em-
ploye suggestion submitted by
Fritz C. Bourne, local-rate em-
ploye in the housewares sectionI
of Balboa Commissary. He sug-
gested that a portfolio of floor
plans of the principal types of
quarters be made available In
all of the housewares. sections
so that measurements for house-
hold furnishings could be made
by the customer at the store.
The Incentive Awards Com-
mittee has authorized an award
of $10 to Bourne for his sugges-
Arrangements are now being
made to collect portfolios of the
various' types of floor plan of
quarters and these-will be made
available in those commiYsary
stores which sell hquehold
The adoption of the employee
suggestion Is expected to prove
a great convenience to many
customers who often have to re-
turn home and make exact
measurements before buying
rugs or other floor coverings.

Loyal Troops Drive

Rebel Hoa Haos

Out Of Vietnam
SAIGON, Indochina, June (UP)
-Premier Ngo Dinh Diem'sa loyal
troops drove the rebel Hoa Hab
armies out of free Vietnam today
in the biggest victory of the civil
war, the Defense Ministry an-
Troops loyal to the American-
backed premier hacked into the
heart of the seven mountain area
held by the rebels in 48 hours of
resolute hand-to-hand fighting and
then shattered the resistance with
a mighty air and artillery b a r-
The Defense Ministry said the
rebel religious sect. a group of
fanatical buddhists led by Gen. Ba
Cut, fled in disorder into neigh-
boring Cambodia where they faced
Internment. Rebel lakes were de.
scribed as heavy.
The scene of the fighting was:
the rich Cochinchina area which i
supplies most of the rice and fish
(or Saigon, 120 miles to the east.
Diem's victory over the rebel
chieftain cemented his control o-
ver free Vietnam where he has
deWsated in combat the dissident
Sao Hao sect and the Binh Xuyen
gang of ex-river pirates who con-
trolled Saigon for ears.
I strpUWgthened i hand for
fomtg ta iale government to
rub e _ft .ai ha."lf of.Viet-

ard of 7437 AU, Jungle Warfare
Training center.
King, with 12 cooks under his
supervision, feeds approximate-
ly 400 enlisted men and"5 offi-
cers at each sitting His duties
include storage, preparation and
serving- of. T d at the Jungle
warfare Training center.
During an average training
day, King serves chow in as
many as eight different train-
ing areas-from one to 25 miles
from his kitchen.
Coupled with the problem of
transporting food to otlying
outposts is the constant effort
to keep rations hot until served.
Because .of tf sergeant's "su-
perior consistency in carrying
out his many duties and obliga-
tions In a highly competent
manner, the success of the mis-
salon of JWTC has been added
"The commendable service
rendered by the award winner
throughout this period reflects
grqat credit on himself and the
military service" read the cita-
The award was presented by
Lt. Col. D. D. Dickson, acting
regimental commander.

Russian Tanker

Slays In Philippine

Waters Ovemithi
MANILA; June SO-(UP) -
Philippine' government officials
said today that an oqean-golng
Russian tanker entered Philip-
pine waters and ancnored-over-
night ust off a small Mindanao
c stal town.
' hey said the ship was Identi-
fied as the 10,060-ton Gronney.
Customs Commissioner Man-
uel P. Manahan ordered an im-
mediate investigation and the
Philippine navy and air fWteb
were called in to help.
A competent source in the De-
partment of Defense said the
Philippine Air Force and Navy
units havr been ordered to stop
the ship if they find It in Phil-
ippine waters.I
But the tanker which.weighed
anchor at dawn had not been re-
ported resighted.
Government officials who have
recently expressed concern a-
bout apparent communist efforts
to revive infiltration and sub-
versive activities in Mindanao
were concerned that personnel
or equipment of some nature
might have been loaded off by
the tanker.
Units of the Philippine cons-
tabulary were formed for a care-
ful search of the area today.

Brouwer Seems Low
On Pointing Job
At Post Office '
Bids fMr the exteo pantti
of the Balboa Post Oice were
opened at Balboa Heights Wed-
nesday with fervicloe Brmuwr,
Panama contractor, entering ap-
parent low bid of $1148.
Five bids for this k w
received, the other offers ..3
entered by the Tr
Company, Inc.. Ant y
glere. W. T.. Coffey,and
eisco OaGd.
Bids wer also opened for mi-
nor interior paint work at the
Rainbow City Junior hNKh sWmol
a building. _

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NEW YORK, June 30 (UP) -
Russip's Foreign Minister V. M.
Molotov yesterday. Jovially ended
what may be his last visit to the
United States with irishes of
"peace, prosperity and',vell be-
in" for every American,
The MysearzoDd veteran Bolshe-
vist, who has been rumored on the
verge of etiriig ione official
Kremlin life declared lhis convic-
tion that both Amerleans mid tus-
slans want peace aa=rthea sailed
e stocky Molotov stll d is-
aed the good humored "new
look"he has exhibited during his
two-week United States visit, in
which he has tqlxed an umprece-
dented amount of sightseig with
his tough-minded dipomacy. .
Moloiov visited museums,
strolled along the Waterfront,
modeled a 10-gal on cowboy hat in
Denber, visited a steel mill and
the Chicago stockyvads, and spent
his last night In the nation'i big-
gest city viewing '1Cmerama Ho-
liday" at a Broadway movie
house. "
During the San Francisco Unit-
ed Nations meeting, he sought out
Secretary of State John F ost e r
Dulles to offer Russia's apologies
for the shooting down of an Amer-
ican Navy plane.
He also held his first news con-
ference in 10 years.
Upon his arrival here from the
West Coast Tuesday, he Adrove
many miles out on Long Island to
call on Bernard BaruNe, Wall
Street capitalist and adviser', to
president, and Invite him to visit
the Kremlin.

Milton. Eisenhower
On TIwM1th
European Vacation
30-(UP)-Milton 8. sZenhow-
er, president of Penn. State Col-
lege and brother of the Presi-
dent arrived yesterday for a two-
month European vacation.
Eisenhower travelled aboard
the liner United States with bis
daughter Ruth. He said his plans
are vague, but that he intends
to stop off in Edinburgh, where
he was U.S. Vice-Consul 1924
through 192W8
He side-stepped q u e stiona
from British newsmen about his
famous brother.
"It has long been my policy
never to discuss him," he said.
MOUND CITY, ll. (UP) -
The first Inmate to escape
escape from.-the Pulaski County
jail here since Sheriff Robert Aid.
rich took office last fall was a 12-
year-old boy being held for ju-
venile authorities. He slipped out
itHrough an 8-by-14-inch food slot
in the cell door and then through
the cell block door which Aldrlc
left open for better ventilation for
the jail's lone inmate.

On previous visits to the United been his final words in America.
States, Molotev has been aloof, "First of all," he said "I wpuld
stiff and somber. But on this trip like to express my gratitude far
he has appeared to be friendly the warm reception and the attb-
and interested in many phases of tion given the delegation of the
life in America far afield from USSR.
diplomacy. "We have b e c o m e convinced
He also mixed more than usual that here in the United States, as
with the other U.N. diplomats at well as in the Soviet Union, there
Ban Francisco and played host to are many,. very many people who
many at his rented suburban wish the peoples to ive together
mansion there. in peace and amity.

When Molotov boarded the Brit-
ish Liner Queen Elizabeth yester-
day, he still seemed to be in high
spirits. He waved to cameramen
and walked to a battery of micro-
phones to deliver what may have

"la peace" on hi'ar 1
here aboard the Queen C U aULU
June 15, ad he married t thea m
with him aOot the acoi aa
Whid Molotov walked up t;he
gangplank, he was hse4 -by a
crowd oo th% prommeodi bht
appeared to tai o tto
"Nor dido e seem oe bp
ets on the street nfeaot the
Hudson River pier.

"Permit me to wish the Ameri- The pickets carried sis depict
can people peace, prosperity and ing the, late Apdrei Viahif
well be6ng." sky as a Make, labels Melotig
He spoke in Russian through an a "murdeter"'and Ca g ev
interpreter. Sovit representative "a gra
Molotov brought w I s h e s afor ed spy." .




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