The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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GOP Strategist
Under Probe
By US Senators

GOV, WILLIAM E. POTTER is Introduced by Lt., Gen. William
K Harrison, Jr, commander-in-chief. Caribbean command, W
Mai. W. T. Schless of Fort Guiles: during Joint Honor Guard
ceremony held at the Post or Quarry Heights by the Caribbean
Command yesterday for the new Governor of the Canal Zone.
Bchless served as troop commander for toe U. S. Army, U. 0.
Air rorce U. 8. Navy and U. S. Marine Corps troops which par participated
ticipated participated in the ceremony. Potter flew, back to Omaha early
this morning after a busy three days on the Isthmus He will
teturn with Mrs. Potter and their two daughters aboard the
- Cristobal June 20. x V '- :
(U.S. Army photo) ;

New Paraiso High School

Will Begin Classes

Monday

- n..... wrtTt wirVn Monday In!

the new Paraiso High School for
" the 476 students who have been
attending school In La Boca.
" opening of the new high
school on the Pacific SioV.wiU
follow the transfer of school fa fa-'
' fa-' clHtlej over this week-end. vr
One of the most modern
.chool plants m the Cnal Zone

" school 1. ...eriy tised . a
storehouse. It was co -Pg-constructed
by Dillon and Hlck-
- man, Panama Contractors, at a
total coat of $125,000 Iron Jjlans
prepared by the" ahitrturai
'.itaffpf .the Engineering pivi-
' The main high ichool bufld bufld-"
" bufld-" ing, which contains ten regular
.i..mt u adioined by m

' sound-proot music room and
Ann.iAn.(trucuon building-

lor shop classes. The two builoV

- ings are connecwu uj ."v.v-
passageway.
The ; classrooms ... are sound sound-khuim
khuim sound-khuim with hisrh celotex ceil

ings- and partitions of concrete

them are equipped with light

green blackboards wrucn reuuc
ir4 .train and which are being

t,,A tar the first time In the

The new Paraiso high school

Want to Buy a Warship?

US Navy Is Trying To Get Rid
Of 107 Of Them

Sovbl &Tib3$$y
Snoop Goes Home
for Won" :

, WASHINGTON,, June J (UP)
Vlsdimir Mikheev, the Soviet Em Em-'
' Em-' bsssy statistician who tried to get
i information from US., government

employes, has gone nome lor

' Sergei Bogomolov, Soviet embts-

: sy third secretary, saia xooay inn
th induirinff statistician and bis

Ifsmily left quietly several days a
'H h cone out of the country,'

f Bogomolov said. "I heard he 'went

to vacation.
Mikheev's departure was volun

- tary as far as the -United States
i concerned. But some U. S.

'authorities think his "vacation"
Irom his Washington post wilt be

Mikheev becam center -of
controversy when it was disclos

ed that he -sought : informauon

from air force economist Sidney

Hatkin, then suspended on secun-

. ty grounds but now oaca on me
federal payroll." Two government
- librarians also said Mikheev con-

tacted them in bu quest lor special

' Ren. Frances? E. "Walter ; (D

pa.), chairman of the house tin-1

American acuvuif s eomminee, cal called
led called on the state department to de declare
clare declare the Russian "persona non
grata" and to strip him of diplo diplo-inatii
inatii diplo-inatii Immunity he could be

railed before the -committee, for

questioning.
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Strike Activity
Near Postwar Low

WASHINGTON June 2 (UP)

. Strike activity in April was close
to a postwar low for the month,
the Labor ; Department reported
Wednesday. It said 450 strikes id idled
led idled 210,000 workers and cost 1!4
million man-hours of work last
montht ".'

Is 'more conveniently located for
the majority of the Latin Amer American
ican American atudents on the Pacific

Ride. Rua service will be fur

nlshed for those students living

in La Boca and Santa Cms.

At present, plana are being
made to dedicate the new build-ins-
in formal ceremonies to be

held June 18. Details will be an-

nounced : t.

With the transfer of the high

school to Paraiso, the building

at La Bocg-will be used lor tne
elementary and Junior '- high
school la that community. This
transfer will take place later
during. the month:
lllingary Denies

Ulndszenly Has
Been Med Again

VIENNA. June 2 (UP) -The

Hungarian Embassy in Vienna last
night denied reports that Hungari Hungarian
an Hungarian Catholic Primate Joseph Car

dinal Mindsienty had been put

back in jail.

"Anv reports that Cardinal

Mindsienty has been re-arrested by

Hungarian state police and return

ed to prison are untrue," tne Hun

garian announcement saia.

r

The brief -statement said the

Hunearian government has not

changed the decisions it took on

Mindszentv's case Isst summer.

Thst was when he was released

from prison.

Cardinal Mindszenty : was ar

rested in 1948 and freed
July 15. W55. but ordered to

stay at the summer resid resid-enea
enea resid-enea of Catholic Hunearian bishops.

; Austrian Catholic Churcn circles
and officials of the Papal Nuncio

here also "doubted" reports Minds

zenty had been arrested again.

Thev said thev had received no

information to substantiate the sto

ry, Iirst puonsnea oy me ucrman
Catholic News Agency.

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UP) -Senate
investigators 'are quietly
looking into the legal practice of
GOP campaign strategist Murray
M. Chotiner since the Republicans
took over the White House. v

Informed sources said Chotiner

protested that the Senate Investi Investigating
gating Investigating Subcommittee is going into

his relations with some clients

who had nothing to do with govern

ment. He wrote to Sub-committee
Chairman John L. McClellan CD CD-Ark.),
Ark.), CD-Ark.), balking at giving names of
his clients, the fees they psid or

tne goverment officials be contact
ed about their eases. -y

Chotiner, a Beverly Hills, Calif.,

attorney, was campaign manager

Vice President Richard H. .Nixon

and a political worker for Sen. Wil

liam F. Knowland (R-Calif.) and

former Gov, Earl Warren of Cali-

fornia, now Chief Justice of the

United States. -;

Chotiner wrote to McClellan that

it would be "unfair" to five the in

formation the subcommittee seeks

because neither he nor his clients

were charged with misconduct.

Subcommittee counsel Robert F.

Kennedy and investigator Carmine
S. Bellino were absent from their

offices yesterday and reported to

be in California. Bellino is an ac

countant who specializes in analys

is of witnesses' bank accounts and

records. ... :,.v;

Chotiner testified Msy 2 thst

he tslked with ths White House

staff shout preWcms nt some rsf

i-ututs. Ke denied he pffd in

fluence or mentioned N i d 0 h't

name oat behalf of his clients in

his contacts with the government, j
The White House said tht vll vll-ents
ents vll-ents -wer North American Air

lines and. California Central. Air

lines. President Eisenhower sub

sequently absolved his aides of any

wrongdoing.

ped up in 4he subcommittee's in

vestigation -of reported graft in

government uniform contracts. In-

vestigatora jwere told he received

fees from blacklisted contractors

Herman and Samuel Kravitz-ind

Joseph Joey Abrams. i

cnouner- said he also represent

ed Marco Realnelli in a deporta

tion case. Reginelli who was de

scribed by Kennedy as the too

hoodlum in the Philadelphia-N e w

Jersey area died last week.

WASHINGTON. June 2-(UP)

The Navy wants to sell, scrap

or even sink 107 older war warships
ships warships now gathering dust In' the

mothball fleet.

Included is the famed air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier Enterprise the
"Big E" and several ether
Ships which helped smash
Japan In World War n.

Navy Undersecretary Thomas

S. Gates Jr., asked Congress for

permission to dispose of tne ves

sels in letters to Vic. President

Richard M. Nixon and Speaker

Sam Rayburn.'. 'U f; -i

He said it is "no longer econo

mical" for the Navy to keep

them.".-v, v."-:,..;.- J

Also on Gates' list were two

pre-Peari Harbor battleships

the cauiorrua ana tne Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee 10-cruisers. 10 escort air

craft carriers ana a dozen sub

marines.
Landing ships and other am

phlbloua craft complete the to

tal. ..

Gates said all the ships now

are receiving "minimum main-

Marine Bureau
Employes Boost
CZ Cancer Fund

Ar(jviiLti3 Covfe---"

Premises Report

On Percn Purchase

BUENOS AIRES, June 2 (UP)

Sensational revelations are

promised in official circles about
alleged scandals in the way Pe Pe-ron
ron Pe-ron boueht out the French and

British railroads in 1948-48 for

$130,000,000. ;;

Government investigators in

a 150-page report about to be
released are said to claim the

real value of the railroads in the

statu thev were in at the time.

was far beiow tne price acwiauy

The report is said to blame
the late Miguel Miranda S pe-

ron'a "economic czar" Orlando
Marogllo, then head of the Cen Central
tral Central Bank, the then Foreign
Minister, Dr. Juan Atilio Bramu Bramu-glla;
glla; Bramu-glla; col. Juan F. Castro and
Juan E. Maegl who were later

made Ministers of Transport,

and Peronist legislators wno

okayed, the deal in congress.

Columnist Prods

Security Steps

Taken For Queen

LONDON. June 2 (UP) -A col

umnist for the London Daily
Sketch said yesterday it f 'would
have been so easy" to toss a
bomb at Queen Elizabeth during

the trooping of the colors Thurs Thursday
day Thursday despite the security precsu precsu-tions
tions precsu-tions to protect her against possi-

Die lyprun vengeance. ;
Simon Ward ssid he disguised

himself as -an "assassin unshsv-

en. tieless" and carried a "bomb'

wrapped in brown paper "to test
how secure the security wss."

'Nobody challenged me," Wsrd
said. More than a thousand police

men and olainclothesmen guarded

the Queen when she rode, in her
official psrade Thursday.

I waved my 'oomo' imaer tne

noses of two constsoies," wara
aid. "I asked their advice on

where to stand so I could be near
as possible to the Queen.

" 'Over mere, i tnma, sir,- sua

aha Mn.t.hiA Aniiffiniriv -in

Queen rode by barely IS feet a-

way, alone I raised my oomo- to
lobbing position. No heavy hand
fell on my shoulder." Ward conti

nued.

''It would have been so easy.

if there is supposed to be securi

ty it ought to be better than this,

he ssid.

Contribution! to the Canal
2oneXan.cer. Fund totaling $2, $2,-014
014 $2,-014 have been received from

eaioioyes in the Marine Bureau.

with two of the smaller units of

the bureau still to report,

Announcement- of tn bit

boost to the cancer Fund from

Marine Bureau employes was

made Friday by L. M. Brockman

Chairman of the 1956 Caneer

Fund drive. The total from th?

bureau is one of the largest ever

received in any campaign bf this
nature from. a single unit of

the Canal organization.

It was also announced Friday

afternoon taht employes of the
Governor's Office made 100 per

cent participation record. There

are 28 employes in the office

with total contributions from

them being 2131-50. :

in addition to tne reports

from tne two Canal units, con

tribution! from 14 business

firms on the Isthmus totaling
$428 have been received. The

preliminary report on these con

tributions was made by Bruce

carpenter, manager of the Bal

boa Branch of the First Nation National
al National City Bank who is Chairman
of the Business Firms Commit

tee.

State Of Grace

BERLIN, June 2 (UP) A news-

psper ssid todsy Princess Grace
of Monaco is expecting a child in

January. r
The West Berlin, tsbloid "B-l"

said the former Miss Grace' Kelly
consulted a Spanish gynecologist

during her recent visit to Madrid,

In Philadelphia, ner iatner,

John B. Kelly, said "We know no

thing about it." .:V -The
newspsper attributed the re

port to sources close to the Monaco
court. It said the official announce announcement
ment announcement was expected later this
month.
The sctress wss married to

Prince Rainier of Monaco Apri) 19,

Deaih March

Drill Sergeant

Qui Of Brig

A Vmir L( niiisT A C

tenance" as part of the Navy's

reserve 'mothball" fleet.

He sent Congress a 'draft bill

which would let the Navy sell
the ships to a "friendly for foreign
eign foreign government for defense
purposes," scrap them, or dis dispose
pose dispose of them by "sinking at
setoff other means of disposal
are not feasible or economical economically
ly economically sound."

Under present law the shins

also could be sold for non-military
purposes. But they would

have to be stripped of their arm armament
ament armament first. 1 ;

The bill also would authorize

the Navy to send 'Congress each

Jan. 1 a similar list of worn-out

warships. The Navy then could
dispose of them after March 1
unless Congress vetoed the idea.

Gates said the nlan would a

void the heavy cost of keeping

sucn snips seawortny.

ite saia u aiso will enable "a

very thin scattering of nerson

nel "to take care of some 2,000

ouier snips in tne reserve fleet.

me undersecretary said the
Navy made "no mistake" In

plae'ng the ships in the re reserve
serve reserve fleet originally," but
aome of them have now out.
lived their usefulness."

Another vessel on th.

Mat was the USS Mississippi,!

S-.4V.B uavuesiup now classed as

n auxiliary. f

The Mlssisslnnl waa wnttv

employed as a test ship for guid-
0n ltnltieiltaiai

dlurtlrig
For Change

Boy Scouls, Grads

AlsolnSfar Role
In Ike's Farmlovn

GETTYSBURG. Pa. J June f

(UP) President Eisenhower, Get-

(ysourg s number one ciuzen. shar

ed the town today with thousands

or oy scouts and holiday-bent
old grads,,". .,v.,j-.

The president Planned a ouiet

weexend at nis farm with Mrs.

Eisenhower and her mother, Mrs.
John S. Doud. He honed to nlsv

some golf. But in town things were
booming. -? -.

Troops of Boy Scouts 3.000 stroni

converged on the nearby Civil War
battlefield for their annual Lincoln

pilgrimage ceremonies.

The program postponed Since

February because of bsd weather

included a parsde through town

sna speecnes at tne battlefield site

where President Lincoln delivered

his famed Gettysburg address.

Lt. Gov. Roy E. Furmsn of Penn

sylvania was scheduled to stand
where Lincoln once stood and five

gne principal speecn.

Gov. George Leader of Peimsyl

vsnia was scheduled to spesk lat

er in the day at the 124th com commencement
mencement commencement exercises at Gettys-

sburg couege. - .

Thousands of old grads and par.
ents of the graduating class crowd

ed the town's two hotels and near

by motor courts (or commence commencement
ment commencement weekend..",.. -v

Mr. Eisenhower drove from

Washington to his farm yester

day. He wss expected to return to
the White House late tomorrow or

early Monday. It was his third

trip to his fsrm in less than
week. v ;

Mrs. Eisenhower drove here

from Washington Thursday. Her
mother had remained at the farm
after an earlier trip. -

YORK. Jlin 9 fTTPV

Harlow H. 'Curtice, president of

uenof-ai motors Corp., received the
top compensation among corpora.
Hon executives lsst year, Business

nrm reponea lOOSy. : i

ine. magnine listed Curtics's
1201,409 in salary and $575,000 In
stock bonus, payable In five e e-ajual
ajual e-ajual annual installments. "" :

. After tsxes, 'however, Curtice's

compensstion dwindled to 1121,328.
Two other cornorstion execu

tives topped the f 700,000 mark lsst

year. ,. ...
They were' Albert Bridle

board chairman of General Motors,
$701,525, and Eugene R. Grace,

board chairman of Bethlehem Steel
Corp., $705,923.

Crawford' H. Greenewalt, presi

dent of E. I. du Pont de Nemours

a Co., was the fourth highest psid

exscuuve si su,oiy. .

PARRIS ISLAND, S. C, June 2
(UP) A drill sergeant who led
six Marine recruits on a disciplin disciplinary
ary disciplinary death march has been reiess-

ed from the brig ny oraer w we
Navy it was disclosed today, r
While awaiting his court martial
on July 14, Staff Sgt. Matthew C.
McKeon, has been put on tempora temporary
ry temporary duty in the chaplain's office ac according
cording according to Capt. Ralph C. Wood,
public relations officer at this boot
camp base. fr
Wnnri cald that McKeon's attorn

eys obtained his release through

.Writtarv Charles Thomas alter

their petition had been turnea aown

by Mai. Gen. Homer L. uuenoerg,

new Farns island commanaaiu

The sergesnt who commanded a
nlatnon thst lost six men in a swir

ling tidal creek last April 8 was let
out of the brig nine days ago,

Wood said when his status wss
changed to "restruction in lieu of

arrest.'" v
That mesns that Me Keen can
leave tha base at niM and live
with his family In Pert Royal,
some four miles from the Par
rli Island Marine reservation.

McKeon has a wife and two

small children.

He i not allowed to travel more

than 10 miles from the main gate
of the base.
The sergesnt hss been assigned
to duty ss clerk to the Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic chaplain on the base, Wood

said. McKeon himself is a lawo
lie. :; ':

nn Anril s. McKeon abruptly

ordered his men to fall out and

tnnk them an a hike in the dark

n in "teach them discipline.-

When the sergeant waded -into

treacherous lu'ubon Creek" his 73

men followed him blindly and six

nt them did not. come out.

Survivors said that McK eon
worked heroically to save his men

whxn -ha realized thev were in

At court of inquiry recommended

court martial of the si-year-oio

nnn-com on several counts, inciuo

ing manslaughter, and charged

that McKeon was under the in

finnr nf vodka to an "undeter

mined degree'' when he!- ordered

and led. the oeatn msren.'

With Same Jobs,

Weapons, Uniform

SAN FRANCISCO, June 2 (UP) A U.S. Air Forct

general called for an end to the public airing of inter-.
service controversies last night and said the day may come
when all servicemen will wear the same uniform.

In a speech before the Aviation Writers Association.

Gen. Thomar-D. White, Air Force vice Chief of Staffalso
called for "more complete unification" of the armed

orces. f.

"We need a military organization that will help us
II to be free of conflicting service loyalties and confusing

influences," White told the writers at their annual con convention.
vention. convention. 1 v

He foresaw a day when the Army, Navy and Air Force
II may use the same weapons, have the same abilities

and limitations and attempt the same jobs.

Cargo Rales Boost r
Commercial Moves
IntcIcnFjrb Zc::

Error Present
In Service Cener
Theater Proqrani

The Service Center Theater pro

gram just relessed to box olders
inadvertantlv lists the Balboa High

School Graduation Exercises in

Balboa Theater Friday June t, This
is in error snd should have been

listed as Thursday June 7. Exer
cises will begin at T p.m. with ad admission
mission admission by invitation. The Acade Academy
my Academy award picture Marty schedul

ed for Thursday will be shown on

Friday.

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IN MEMORY President Eisenhower walks alone from St
John's Episcopal Church, across Lafayette park from the White
House after offering silent prayers in the church for divine
guidance on Memorial Day. Behind him are Treasury Secre Secretary
tary Secretary George Humphrey, Defense Secretary Charles Wilson, Alt
Force Secretary Donald Quarles and some Secret Service men.

"If that happens," he said.

oerhaos we certainly would

find it advisable to standardize

uniforms and streamline the
oraniation." -.

: More integrated commands
like the Continental Air Defense

Command, in which au tnree

services participate, and xne

free transfer of tnen between

services were steps White advo

cated to bring about better uni unification
fication unification of the services.

If servicemen could transfer

from one force to another, he

said, they would "think a little
more objectively about the re requirements
quirements requirements of defense and less
about gaining or keeping weap weapons
ons weapons and missions for their own

particular branch.".

Sound Conditioning

Bid To Locd! Firm;

Schools To Benefit

' A bid of 113.966 was entered

bv H. I. Home for the work of

sound conditioning some of the
older type schools in the Canal

Zone. Mr. Homa was tne pniy

contractor to make an offer on

th. project for which bids were

opened Friday morning in tne

Administration Building at sat-

boa Heights. v
The work will Involve the in installation
stallation installation of acoustic material in
the Balboa Junior High School,
and the Gamboa, North Margar

ita, and Diablo Heights Elemen

tary schools.

The specifications can for tne

acoustic treatment of the corri corridors
dors corridors and stairs of the Balboa
junior High School, the Gamboa
and North Margarita Elementary
schools. Asphalt tile floors and

kdftustlc tile ceilings will be in

stalled in some of the classrooms

of the same schools.

At the- Diablo Heights Ele

mentary School, where the work

of sound conditioning was De De-gun
gun De-gun last year as an experiment,
further sound treatment will be

done with the installation of a

coustic ceilings and linoleum

floors in some or tne ciass

rooms.--

The work will be done during

the summer vacation .. months

with August 31, as the comple
tion date. .,"

; ; : "-
Booming- CQmmercisI activity in
the Colon Free Trade Zone el Pa Panama
nama Panama wlil; get ft new boost from
air cargo rate reductions up to aO
per cent Inaugurated by. Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican World Airways. .f ;
The reductions apply on general
cargo from Panama to Central A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, and on certain specifie
commodities from Panama to Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. The latter rates also apply to
Central American points.
The rsti slashes were worked
out by company eargo officials in
linewith PAA's policy of doinf
all possible to encourage the
growth of the Free Trade Zone,
Pan American officials said.
Some of the .commoditeg oa
which reduced tariffs have bees
ordered are autos, drugs, chemi chemicals,
cals, chemicals, radios, cosmetics, office ap-
Sliances, electric machinery and
ousehold goods.
Largely as the result of buslne'si

generated through the Fr Trad

Zone, Colon is one of the msjor
csrgo cities' on Pan American's

worldwide network. With

tion of only 52,000, it stands 12th in

tout volume of csrgo handled a a-mong
mong a-mong all cities on PAA routes
just behind Paris and head of Ma Ma-nils
nils Ma-nils and Havana.

ShinmAnli armal K. Cll fcrfu

the Free Trade Zone to all parts pf
Latin America. Eurooe and tha

Far East hsve brought Colon- the
distinction of being the first and

to date only city. in PAA's Latin
American Division in which csrgo

revenue exceeds passenger reve

nue. :

In 1955. S.202.450 pounds were

dispatched from the Colon Free

Trade Zone by PAA.

Pope Is Resuming
Regular Schedule

VATICAN CITY. June 2 (UP)

Pope Pms XII will resume his re regular
gular regular schedule of audiences today

after two days of rest.

The Vatican announced today

that the 80-yearo-ld Tope had re

covered quickly, from an attack of

utigue. "y

Boy, Uncle Rescued
From Mutlllal Trap

By Balboa Firemen
Canal Zone fire fighters yes.

terday saved a seven-year-old
boy and his father from sinking

in the black mudflats oti tne
area In Balboa.
The boy. Ernesto Nunez, went
hunting for clams yesterday
afternoon with an uncle who was
not Identified. As they went out
farther the uncle found the mud -.

getting thicker and started back,
telling the boy to follow him.
However, the boy bogged down
in the mud after struggling un unsuccessfully
successfully unsuccessfully to follow his uncle.
His father, Glicerio, came to the

rescue when he learned ot tne
boys plight, but he, too, found it
difficult to make his way to the
shore after removing the boy
from the quicksand-like mud
Balboa firemen, who were no notified
tified notified of the situation, came to

the rescue and removed the bey
and his father from the slimy

a pre-

, He appeared briefly at hU" study
window yesterday to bless 4 crowd

of some 5,000 persons standing in.

the rain in St. Peter s bquare.
Observers said his voice sound

ed stronger then during a similar

aooearsnce vesterdsy. V

The Pope will observe bis name!

itiw tnmnrrAW hv receiving thou-

.nrf nt nilorlm in St PeUr'a black HlUd bV making

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Sir:

C0MMEBCIA1 NOTICE

: There sure has been a lot of fuss kicked up over the past

two-three days about this here television thing so I guess

lots of yore readers will be plumb happy to no that I amt
' cemplalnin'. -".v.
Altho I ben out Canal Zone way two-three times to see all
them nice clean streets were the mangoes rot on the trees an
eussin aint allowd, I want you to no Im one of them pore crit

ters what lives on the "rong side or me iracss" use mat ieuer
"Oitar Nek" was talkin about in yesterday's colum.
where I live thev cot three an four storey bohlos hemmin

me In on all sides, an not bavin the hunnert or so smackers

It would set me back to get a areal right spang on top of this
here bohlo Im livln at, this is what I get on my TV set: a real
fancy all over pattern like herringbone tweed with Interesting
white dashes chasin thru it now an then to relieve the- mono monotony
tony monotony and, sometimes, somethin that looks like nothln so much
as the cross section of a slag heap.
But mostly I get this here black snow which Is very soothln

an comfortin to sit in front of an jook at ior nqurs ana noura.

J Onetime this here snow cleared up fer Just a mlnlt an a
purty girl come on warblin real good but Just as I startid to
set up she suddenly begun to sprout another hed an I swar,

ifn that their curten oi snow naanc cum aown again reai quica
I woulda ben set plumb of fen my victuals for two-three days.;
Another time this guy with most of him stlckin out In
': front and starin eyeballs like a horse with fitts popped outta
kh herringbone an shouted somethin so rude that I liked to

of swallered my plug. They say his name Is Jimmy Gleasen,

or some such, an he makes millions of bucks a year carryln on
:an cussra" out his ole lady In frunta everybody which you

wouldnt get nothin for on this siae oi the iracu except, may
h tmn.thr month in 1ft 11. ::

Me, I dont no, I like my TV Just fine the way It IS an I
dont want nobody messin around with It Just so's I. kin get

things like this here guy, an others with haircuts that iook nice
they was scalped by nearsighted Indians, tellin me I gotta
smoke theyr brand of korn flakes becus It cleaner, fer gosh
;sakest Panamanian Hillbilly

CHOICE CUTS

' Both writers to" the Mall Box May 30 criticizing the dele deletion
tion deletion of commercials from TV here afe right 100 correct
but we can do nothing about it. a
I like TV a lot, but now that it is cut it Is a disgrace to
the American stockholders of the USA. I heard in the street
about a complete blackout on TV for Panama, Is this true? v
, ... . stockholder

Peter Edson
. f ............ ..
In
Washington

WASHINGTON (NEA) Au

tomobile and home budding indus industries
tries industries are taking the 1 e a d in
criticizing the April 14 Federal

ivow ? woitAa suucasc Air uur

count rates on loans to their mem

ber banks. But both industries are
having a hard time proving that

iney nave Been nun Dj tne r&B

tight money policy.

General Motors President Har.

low M. Curtice declared recently

tnat teaerai neserve s "very re

strictive" current credit policy

was a major factor in reduced
auto sales. But this last Federal

Reserve rise in interest rates has

not been passed on to GM cus

tomers, and no further increases

are contemplated now,

The last Increase in General

Motors Acceptance Corp. interest
rates was in December. Wholesale

interest rates on loans to dealers

were then advanced from to tt

per cent Retail financing charges
were advanced at the same time

by SO cents equivalent of one-half

per cent to $8 on each $100 boi
rowed by the new cat purchaser

But this increase was made only
in a few areas not country-wide

Even though the last DRB inter

est raise has not been passed on.

the point which Curtice makes is

tnat a tight money policy goes

right across the country, reduces

ousiness commence and so retards

consumer spending.

ine f ederal neserve 's answer

to this philosophy is that if money

were made available to everyone

wanting a loan, the country would

soon nave runaway inflation.

Tne Washington angle is that the

auto companies' present distress is
largely their own fault for over overselling
selling overselling the market last year. And

few buyers have a large enough
equity in their cars at the end of

a year to trade in every year.

macing mucn tne same kind M

argument as Curtice. President

Joseph B. Haverstick of National

Assn. of Homebuuders blames
Federal Reserve policy for the re

cent turndown in new housing

starts. ,

Pinned down by reporters, how

ever, Haverstick admitted that a

rising interest rate on mortgage

ioans was not tne most appreci appreciable'
able' appreciable' factor in any housing price
rise. .

Somebody Isn't an Amateur Any More

Side glances

By Calbraith

X

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"I'm through with men! After all the pages I wrots.
about him in my diary and he doesn't even invite me v
to havt a soda!" u

SPANISH COURSE
at the UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
Spanish Course for English speaking people at the
University of Panama from June 4th to July 13th.
Classes on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday In
periods of 60 minutes. BEGINNERS from 9 to 10 aim.
ADVANCED from 10 to 1 1 a.m. Registration at Sec Secretary's
retary's Secretary's office from 9 to 12 and from 4 to 7 p.m.
Special attention dedicated to conversational practice.

PANAMA AMERICAN
dan's odo

Federal Housing and Veterans

Administration mortgage loan in

terest rates are fixed by law and
have not advanced. They cover
most of the new housing-built.
The N.A.H.B. president reported
some evidence that mortgage com

panies are -being more Selective in

their loans; They- are charging- a

higher discount rate to borrowers

wanting low down payments and
longer terms.' But the increased

costs of building materials and

labor and the greatly increased

cost of land were admitted to be
the principal causes of higher
prices.'? -r "" .-
- Furthermore, Haverstick admit

ted that sales might pick up at the
end of this summer. SuddIv and

demand ior new housing are now
about f ia balance. The vacancy
rate is Just about stationary at 2.3
per cent. There is great interest
reported in housing for new fam families
ilies families and only a few areas are

overbuilt; -.';.

" So in jumping on Federal Re

serve credit policies, the auto and

nousing industry leaders are

Judged in Washington as possibly
whipping the wrong boy. -Actually,
there is considersble

misunderstanding on the Federal
Reserve action. Adjustments in in interest
terest interest discount rates are not dic

tated from Washington. They are

made in It separate Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve District cities. The board of
each bank is required to meet!

every two weeks on interest rates.

The Federal Reserve Board of

Governors, meeting in Washing

ton, has power to veto actions of

the 12 regional banks. But the last
time Washington overruled a re regional
gional regional bank Chicago was in the

1920 s, so ill the talk about noliu-

cal pressure being applied to make
the Federal Reserve change its
credit policy is meaningless. The

bank is. completely independent;

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WASHINGTON. June 1 (UPV-

Wage negotiations affecting 30,000
Western Union employes outside

New York City today were ad

Journed until Monday. A strike
call apparently was still possible
at any time.
A strike threat involving, 40,000
employes in New York City was
temporarily postponed. Western
Union officials said negotiations
would resume in New York to tonight.
night. tonight. The eomnany's wage contracts

! expired at midnight last night

The AFL-UO commercial Tele Telegraphers
graphers Telegraphers Union (CTU) represents
all telegraphers around the coun country
try country except in New York City. The
American Communications Asso Association
ciation Association (Ind.), represents the New

York employes. : v
The ACA announced a 30 day
extention of its contract follow following
ing following a mass meeting of the New
York employes this morning.
Company officials said there is
no contract extension agreement
with the CTU. Thus the threat of

a nationwide strike still exists.
The CTU has issued strike In Instructions
structions Instructions to its locals. So far,
rh fnmnonv tiiil thprft has hn

n sign -of -walkout-reunion ffi I whe

cials refused to talk to reporters

The Gen. Omar Bradlevs din'

ing with leading Lady Pat Mar-

s&au at the Plau Oak Room

Alter enjoying ber song
art in "Mr. Wonderful.'' Jack
Dempsey acting as his famed

spot's Best Ad. Sits at a table

where pedestrians can see him

Julie Andrews, the "Fair Lady"
star, strolling along 5th Ave. Not

yet famous enough to oe Recogniz Recognized
ed Recognized by hoi-polloi ... F. Sinatra's

Very Special Friend Peggy Con-I

nelly in the Stork Club. A Fort

Worth brunette, whose first record

ing album: bearing her name) ar

rives next weeK...Susan Hayward
at the Comooser. No makeuo.

plain cloth coat, specs with thick-1

window...Uauaette Colbert hav having
ing having a real Mahtza ball at Lindy's

...VUuv wuw wuiiuauuu vuce auvi
Belle-of Broadway, and her hugeJ

Banasome groom at t-i Morocco

before winging abroad. Still a stun stunning
ning stunning looker.t.Movle critic Kate

Cameron ana Mrs. j.m. ranerson
(with kin) at Leone's enjoying a

Bon Voyage feast on the eve of

their departure via tne unnstotoro

Colombo ... Look's landlord M.

Cowles and his new bride in The

Little Club back from the honey
moon. ... '. ;.

Sallies in Our Alley: Eyebrows

at The Fishermen's Net were rais

ed high when a middle-aged swish
came in with a starlet ..."How

absurd." groaned Bui Tabbert.

"Why, he's old enough to be her

Momerr...urynie toy, arguing

with a pint-sized film exec,

squelched: "If you don't shut up
I'll press the 'Down' button on your

elevator saoesc;,':;;-;; ;
Broadway Defeat: She was from

a small utuo rown...ner suiciae

story the other morning (in the
West 50s) said she left notes, which

the Dolice didn't mske public

She had been struggling for years,
we learned, trying to break through
the Broadway gates... Two of her
girl friend paused at the 51st corn

er to ask the allnight Presscar

lads if they knew hat the note

said. .."Sorry, we don t mow. wny

did she take her life some fel

ler?'! one of us asked...'No,' was

the reply, "nothing UKe mat"
"Broke?

"No. her family always sent

enough"..."Then whyT"..."She was
explained one lass, "what too many
nice girls from small towns are in
New York. Very Lonely,"

Memos of a Midnighter: Insiders
renort that Mrs. Rex Harrison

(Lili Palmer) has decided against

divorce He is ridmg the Clouds

with Kay Kendall, who will wait-

u-out...rnii buyers' program mem

ber Tomi Romer had Prince

Mireili (of Naples) acting his urge

at ionsignore...Joan loinns Hash

ed a 25 -. karat bauble on the
proper finger at Versailles. From

Artnur Loew, Jr....That was

wealthy Carlos Aleman with Love Lovely
ly Lovely Dolores Del Rio at the Polonaise
...It's a son for the Miguel Riberos
in Miami Beach. Mother is the

niece of Cuba's ex-President' C,

Pno Socarras, in exile ...Shirley
Yamaguchi (with "Shangri-La")
hasn't made any plans to divorce
her Noguchi. They Ait experiment experimenting
ing experimenting apart ... ..
Singer -Monica Boyar and

actor Leslie Nielson (he plays

opposite Debbie Reynolds in his

next metro movie) were .quietly
unknotted j, week: ago.',..;, ;

'Vignette:. He is rated the" N.

1 man in his profession . .' Broad

way and Hollywood celebs spend

largei cab fares to devour a hot

pastrami sandwich where he

works e, '. For 50 weeks every

year ne stanas Deiund tne counter
slicing delicatessen . He is so
artful at it he receives the tallest
wages of any slicer in his. field
. . Then, after standing, stand

ing and standing (for 50 weeks a
year) he goes to Vegas for a 2

around the courtroom and recog recognised
nised recognised lawyer B. G. Nemeroff .
"Will you defend Theis?" said His
Honor . Mr. Nemeroff assumed
the assignment immediately .
That was on a Friday ;. . On
Monday (after studying the record
day and night over the weekend)

Nemeroff delivered a powerful
cross-examination of the State's
psychiatrist, who claimed the de defendant
fendant defendant was sane ... Nemeroif

created "the reasonable doubt"
and saved him from the chair.

The d. a. accepted a 2nd Degree

murder plea ... Theis got 20

years to- life v . Why is it a

paragraph here? .. Because
lawyer Nemeroff (doing his duty)

defended a man who killed Myron
Hough ... Nemeroff 's friendl

. .... ., .., ? : .
Broadway Owl: Al Simmons,
the baseball star who Passed the

other day, took his' name from a
sign h saw in a. small town,

Summons Hardware Co." He was
born Harry Syzmanskl The
bikini Jams Paiga wears at the
New Frontier (Vegas) resembles
a shrunken kerchief ... CerutU's
new spot is only a fortnight young
and is packing them in . The

Blue Angel lounge, playing to

folks who prefer -a nip to enter

tainment, now charges only 70c

!:2 17ass:i::sto:
iRRY-GO-ROUIID

WASHINGTON Vtn Im.rt.n

Airways, which knnw hnw

people with influence almost as

well as it knows how to fly air airplanes,
planes, airplanes, has recently hired three
interesting people. They are:

1. The nephew of President Ei-I

Washington are now wondering
Just what they should do.
PENNY-PINCHING
. DOESNT PAY
Perlny-Dinching Pnrnrr.t.m.

John Taber of New York has' car-

-...b. .... TlfV U J IIU1UIOU, UVW

rf.T.U Vt.A. L Tv"!.;": "er -.30 p. m. The censors

ueira.

Times Sauare Circle: Every

young hopeful aspired for the im important
portant important role of the Boy in Heming Hemingway's
way's Hemingway's "The Old Man and the Sea"
film. It went to Felipe Pazos, who
never acted on a stage, screen or

network . Life will devote the
June 11 cover (and 5 full pages)

to iuzans'discovery, Carroll Bak Baker
er Baker in the "Baby Doll" flicker .

rnotopiay reports trns sign in a

movie exec's office: "In Holly

wood you have no enemies. Just

stupid friends" . A not-long-ago
growl from the col'm

Cartoonist D. Barry and dancer

Lynn O'Neill are uh-huhneys

Jose Ferrer is keeping it in the
family. Just cast his 11-year-old

sister-in-law Gail Stone (Rose

mary uooneys sister) in "The
Great Man." Her movie debut .
Actress Kim Hunter- keeps that
girlish glow on her cheeks with

cocoa-nutter.

Melodrama: It happened last

week ... At the murder trial of
Don Theis, charged with slaying
Myron Hough. Fred Engelels. de

fense counsel,' suddenly.' was
stricken and could not continue

Judge W. H. Munson looked Gallagher.

Anita Ekberg and Phyllis Kirk
(who ackchelly socked each other)
in ''Back From Eternity." Too
much shOOwing It's a boy

at the Gerald Greens. Pop produces

NBC-tv s "Today."' Mamy was
Marie Pomposelii, formerly with
Int'l News . .The Illinois Jac Jac-quets
quets Jac-quets (he's the jazi star) have a
splituation. t r.' v"-",

The Late Watch: They say Tal

lulah will get the all-time fee

in Summer theaters. $8,200 per
plus a per cent V v Nat (King)
Cole's wages at the Cocoanut
Grove (L. A.) will be $20,000 per
. . Sales exec Robert Wilner weds
Susan Jackter, whose father is
Ass't Gen.' Sales Mgr. of Columbia
Pix '. . Elizabeth Ardcn's ex
(Prince Michael Evlanofi)
rumored merging with another
mint A blueblood from Chile ,
Nat Hiken, who writes and pro produces
duces produces Phil Silvers' program, gets
a larger hunk of the coin than

the star Y T. C Jones (a fe

male impersonator) in "New
Faces" does an impression of Tal-

lulah that must get him shot .
Helen Gallagher and a "Pa jama

Game" stage-hand are Boy-Meets

senhower, Milton Eisenhower, Jr. ried money-saving to the point
Robert Murray, former un- where it has boomeranged against
dersecretary of commerce and the his own political future. He pried
man who helped get the White so diligently, and at time so niu

fairly, into Sampson Air Base in
his own district near Geneva, N.Y
that the Air, Force got fed up and
ordered the base closed down.
Now Taber is frantically trying
to keep the base open or move
Mitchell Field from Long Island
to his district to take Sampsonl
place neither of which will be
too economical
Taber, who at TS'is'the oldest
member of the appropriations
committee and sometimes its
chairman, has cut down on funds

for the Voice of America at the
same time that both President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and President Truman

were urging more means of com combating
bating combating Russian propaganda. He cut

down on the Food and Drug Ad Administration
ministration Administration after that agency had
incurred the wrath of a Taber
constituent whose raspberries
were too carefully inspected by
Food and Drug.

And he acted as If Samnson

Base was his own personal do

main. For years he fussed and

fumed at Air Force officers, ac accusing
cusing accusing them of everything from
waste to outright graft. Taber has
had F r a n c I s Mentillo, sal salary
ary salary $4,707, (who is supposed to
be working for the. House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Committee but is seldom
seen near the capital) constantly
prying into- the; base. -
Once Taber accused an Air
Force major of using government
materials to build a cabin cruiser,
but never rectified his accusation
after the charge was disproved.
Again when Congress appro

priated $5,000,000 for emergency
government housing at Sampson
Base, Taber got the contracts can canceled
celed canceled on the ground that' the bids
were too high. .. '.?:; ;-'r
Finally.- Tabef .' demanded .the

firing of three civilians and three
majors, though investigation had
failed to prove any of the charges
against them. One man, Albert L.
Hitchman, who got so irked at
Taber that he blew his top, did
get fired even though four days
earlier he had received s com commendation
mendation commendation from Commanding, Gen
oral Whltecliff E. Steele. v

Yet after, all. his interference,
Taber now elaims that he wants
Sampson Air Base left open, or
Mitchell Field moved in to replace
it. :
NOTE It's an election year
and Taber faces -though opposition.

House to reverse, temnnrarilv

Civil Aeronautics ruling for North

west Airlines and against Pan

American.

3. Roger Lewis, former

tant secretary of the Air Force,

wiiu uciu &ej posiuon in ine
Eisenhower administration when
important contracts were given to

ran Am on guided missiles and

overhauling Air Force motors.

Tne interesting thing to watch

is whether these new and influ-

entiai persons will cause the White
House and the CAB now to

side with Pan American when it

comes to awarding the Great Cir

cle Route via Alaska to Japan.

ttonnweat Airlines originally

was given tnis route at a tune
when Fan Americas could have

got it but dida't apply. Instead it

took wnat looked like the more
lucrative route across the. Pacific

via Honolulu. . ..

WHITI HOUSf REVERSES
But as transocean planes im,

proved, the Grest Circle Route has

become the most efficient to Ja

pan: so Pan Americas has had

astute, charming Vice President

Sam Pryor camping eut in Wash

ington trying to get Pan Am the

ngnt to fly this route.

Just a year ago. the CAB award

ed the route to Northwest Airlines

for seven years. Whereupon,. Sec

retary of Commerce Sin

clair Weeks, who, like Pryor, has
served on the finance committee
of the Republican national com committee,
mittee, committee, persuaded the White House

to reverse the CAB decision. He
also got reversed a CAB decision

to let Northwest continue its route

from Seattle to Honolulu. Under

secretary of Commerce Murray
helped Weeks in persuading the
White House:
However, this caused such a
furor that President Eisenhower
stepped in personally and reversed
his own White House advisers.1
Since last year's failure, Pan
Am has hired Ike's own nephew,
plus the assistant secretary of the
Air Force, plus Undersecretary of
Commerce Murray, the man who
intervened at the White House so

effectively in favor of Fan Amer American
ican American a vear ago. ... '.

Fan-Am has now applied to the

CAB for the richt to.fly the" Great

Circle Route -over 'the back of

Northwest. The 4 hearings are in
progress and it will be Interesting
to see what happens.
' DAR AND ELIZABETH
' V 'BINTHLIY, s
The Daughters of the American

Revolution are in a dither over

Elizabeth Bentley, confessed es

pionage courier,, who now has ap

plied for membership in the DAR.
Her application for membership,
which was received in Washington,

was transmitted as a matter of
routine to Louisiana, where Miss

Bentley is teaching near Opel Opel-ousas.
ousas. Opel-ousas. But the ran into opposition
from the DAR's Louisiana state
regency. Some of the ladies felt
that the fact that she had acted
as a courier for passing war se secrets
crets secrets from the U.S. gonernment to
her lover, Russian spy Jacob Golos,
did not qualify her as a' Daughter
of the American Revolution, even
though she had now repented and
testified to expose others.
So her application was returned
by the Louisiana regent, Mrs. Wil William
liam William E. Hicks, of Shreveport, un unapproved.
approved. unapproved. DAR headquarters in

WISCONSIN TRAFFIC
MADISON. Wis; (UP) -The

Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Depart

ment recorded more man lu.uuv
traffic law violations against driv

ers in the state during 1955.

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Church cf Christ
W. W. Burrow. Evaagellst
Telephone 3-3403
BALBOA: tSil. Balboa Road.
Services Sunday lli U UL
CRISTOBAL: Amcktn Legion Haa
Services Sunday UM U.-00
IUO AB Houee Me. MM to
Sunde- i. JO u

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Unitarian
. SUM
. UM-AJu Al I
ousts
1 lUJtl Ui
Bid 33
Ancon Blvd.
MamayjPlace
: (ou
IDVllStiOD
liberal
religion.
col0U BAPTIST CHURCH
r WV" gruji Boa
'""ffcaaa WJU
'gutiday Bchool ...
Mormul WoranlB,
Trainini Union
Evaninl WonbiP ,....
t:4S IA
X1:UU axn axn-CMI
CMI axn-CMI pJB.
5da, ....... :
nt BATTIST CHUBCB
Balboa Uaigbta, C Z
S Aneon Boulevard
Bnwat "B" Balboa HalBbli
Son Balboa
, Jliaaa JL Baabf, raftai
gundaf Bcaool
IMU
laornint Worahlp .'
Bapuattralnlna OoloB..i
00
Kvantalla lis aafwoa
laoBia
rrayai imbai.
,'WMA Bttto Stady
Ml
Ho,-. BrotharnoM M -a
Monday ta mooin) ..- 1
, ran BAPTIST cw
' llariaritt Avanna at ith BtraM
- Margarita, Canal Zo
Sunday gooa J
B.A., H A, al BUliu r,
I rldaya
t M pin
s
f aaJaaml raatl-
' TBI F ACITIC WDB L
fAWAMA Cm . .
Captain Mrf. H. Grant
tt rabruary Stiaat, Phonos -M0
. U:00 HollnoM .MoeUii
K Sunday BchooL :
1:10 Sarvatloo MoitinB'
LA BOC C2.
jrataaant Pansy Caaipban
BuUdind Ua. 1080, Phono;
U:00 llolinM Meatlni, .,.
S:00 Sunday School.
- ia Salvation. Maatto rr ; v
FABAiSO, C.8. J -,
Envoy A Mn, C L. Moidey
Culana Sueet
. 1:00 HlineoJ Mettta 5
" 108 Sviiday School.
'.. IdO SalvaUoa MoattoB ,;
i XUI, ATLANTIC B
COIOS CENTRAL ;
BealoT I apl. and Mra, C MootBawinj
lalh StraaU Phone: S8-7U.
11 KM Holtncaa Meetlnfi
I'M Sunday School.
T:0 Salvation Mcetln v : -0t
COLON 1HIBD STBEET
SCaptain. Syilln Taylor
11:00 Holincaa Mmtlna,-
' : J -00 Sunday School. -,
1 :S0 SklvaUoB MottlnB
bain bow em. CX -"
St Kitta and Jamaica BtraaV
)1M Homaa Matting
K)0 Pi-JKlay School. ,;
T:0 Salvation Meeting.
Ur.:cn Churches
Tker aB Piatettaaal aaaaanta wtta
awily ta aaaaatiala. Bbarty ta aaa.
: aawittal aad eharty ta ell tklafi
THK ATLANTIC BIDS
CAT0H
Bar. aUy BUkaly, raatot
phena MM .- t
t lS Church School. 1 i ;
11:00 Worahip Sa tea, :
S:4S p.m. Sr. Youth Folio .hip.
KH p.m. Je, Touta Faiiowahip. y
HARGARITA
Tha Bev, Paul 8. W. Olandor Parka.
pbuoa s-lata. ..-y
30 Bible School.
. 10 :U Worahip aarrlea and Cfaurth-thM
J0 Xaofh fDctdtm
' THB T AdPIO STDB
' BALBOA
The Bev. Oetaf W. Olaan, Pas ass
. Balboa Bd. at San Pablo St
Phone 3-186 Church Office 2-3231
40 Church School Proa but service
- Paraonan Discundon Gtoutx
MM Worahip Service The bpanded
, paaaion xor nursery, rvinoersanan
PrimarV' and Junior Devta.
i Church-time Buraory tec dbildran
' under 3.
IM Junior-High PeOows hip.
M Post-Hi fh Fellowahlp. .
IM Seuiasviugh FeilovrshlPb
OAMBOA'"v"'"'-
Dr. Walker at Alderton. MlnMer.
Office Phono B-430-Baaidanoa Phone
' 0-130.
JO am CTrareh SchoaL
10:a am Morning Worahip Serviea.
lwOs.wsaAS
F.
THE WFTHOnntT CHUBCB
. (Brlticb Conference I
Bav. William H. Aim'iana
lath St. Panama Citv
IM am Morning Prayer and
KM am Sundav ScboaL
1 :1S sn. Bventnf Prava a pnd
I gaiMTI atcirlODitit IMVtHM
i lib Street and Melendea Avenoa,
1 Colon. BJ
Bav. Samuel Walden. Mrdstar
tM am asnrnhm Service ma Heiy
CommuiunB,
g p m. Sunday aVhooL
1:11 am Evesunf
Cloly Commanion 1st Sundays)
onday. IM pm Prayer Waetina,
KBENixn prrTHonnrt CHUBCB
Bamhow City. CZ
Beat gMsai Waiueav KlabM--.
Branoae bervicas am and a:i am
ubov Schfml i'r all agea at -30 pm
"ee iavitarwHS Ta vaeia.'
Tuesday 1 pm. Pray as Meeting.

Ch arches at tha m- teifbs as

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a ail novate m mm! mm at Hi ermid mnitm. erne) te arribaa
A peeler service. Mm The fa urn Aawrtcea IMa a slew, by
sjaasmiaariiai. till af Bean at wanhes aad etae sag ale sti-iaa.
eah ene as twe nagngitiiai ata eated aadai "Otha Canrcbca And
Services A special lasting a) lacUjdad to lorueas of An peers.
Air rvc base aad Naval er.rl.aa. ," v'"
'- Atioeirefa, duirca aecierertcs end cheplenat an asked te iatena
Mia news desk ia wrrtiaf bt Wedaaaawy aaaa at. the Uteet at aay
' taaagai far the easiaa Setatecrs cherta page. i

Christian Scientist
CHKItmAN aUKNIA UMiKUUS
.-! Church at Christ. Scientist Ancor
MO Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11 .00, Wednesday SM M
Sundav School 0 JO am
tn ckurrk M UiM, WlW, W
13th Street-A BoUvai Highway t
8uM Srfvont Star, aaa "'
Sunday 11 KM am, Wednesday IM M.
Catholic
' BT. HAB1TB CHUBCH-Balbaa
Sunday Haai VM. M. lM and
12:00 ajn.
Holy Day Hiiw tft IMk U J am
Confeaaions: Saturday, la l
and 7:00 to 8cW p.i.,Thurday. Utera
first Friday: is :w (
Miraculoua lawtal Nora : 10 o
on Mondaya, ' 4
Catachiam c lta tha 0 Bla-
"HfhScbool ittldt CU J0 P-, at)
Wadoaiday. ;.. ..
' BACKED HKABT A
a. u.--i' IAS. 7 JO A M IA
Holy Day minai: it a, and 1:00
Saturda I'JB ta I KM and
7:1S td 00 p.m. Thurtday baiora flrat
ViAm inn B.m.
Sariad Uaart Darotionu 140 Ma. an
o!uchla Oaaw tOi ta 4:tt a on
Thuisday. .. a. v,1'"'' ':--,- V-
OUK tADT Of FAIMA C-raada
Sunday Maw at 1:00 a.m.
HolyDay Ma- at I JO djb. ;
Contaauona: (:00 ta M pja. on Sit-
" . i . j wi tn
cauauan uaa iu
' 1 ST. JOSEPH Paralae -Sunday
Maaaa at IM and IOI aJa.
HolyDay Man at. (:00 p m.
Conitniona: Saturday 1 JO ta 4 JO and
130 to r-30.' .L,
1 atff nym viaavi auwv mrV"
Miraculoua Medal Hovanai 10 pm
'---. .M
Convart JonruciniaH aaunwr ..w
' OT. vTNCENTB PaaanM City i
Sunday Massea: 0:00 and I -JO ajn.
Hnivna Maxaea: 1:10 and IM PJB.
(It It talte on Saturday tna Maaaaa arc
IKK) and 30 a.m.
Confeariont: Saturday 1K to IK and
7 KM to 1:00 pjn. Tburadaya Mora Firat
rrictay iao pm
lilraeuioua aieou n.
H m of ha fh-aa! FrldaV TttO PA.
Catechiaa CUbm Alter IJO maa en
Convert Oaaai IM p Tueeday aad
Tburaday. ;
i ST. THIBFBAI CeeeB
SV. ft.; uirM arn'Ot B fall.
on Saturday-:30 a.m.V Jj
Catwhiam Ciaafi ,m a;.
Coiuawonat a.w o
ST. JOHa BAPT1S1 DB LA
...... Paraae Letevn t .. (l
Slw'n.- Maaa: f JO Moo, ThurA.
Pri. and Bat Pint Friclay maaa: 10 a m.
Holy Day Maaaeai H" .T"
P"(5rJaailo"! I ta 40 and 1
.m BatiiMav
Miraculoua jnaaai wi.. " -
O-"?-.-. i .m. a- Bundav
utiacnuni vio,. "
Convert Oaaai aaonoay l
ST, THERMIT l
ehnwhv Ml
Maaas Tv a.
JTsahtrdav 1:30 to IM (M
Thursday Bel ore """",,"
Sacred Uaart Nonrenal IM pm on
Friday. .. w s.v
Conven uassn iw s :
" ATLANTIC STDB IV:,
BT. Iinixn a
.j u.. i as. aKMandt:Ilam
fiolv bay Maaaea: M and 10. am
i.tt .
Omfesslon.: Saturday 4M ta IM and
MiraculotPMedat Havana! Weintaday
e.tc iA v-on n.m.
Sunday Evening Services IM pm
Convert Class: 1:11 pm an Mondays
and Thuradaya, '' ... i J.
Catecluara uaas: nunoay iv:
11:45 a m. 3:00 pm. e:w P-m.
i v-i. Tvn.irinn al Most Bli
ed Sacrament aU day. Reposition at IM
am. Saturday morning. ;
riH. fiaiitrrtav Devotiarai Te ns laoi
of Fathna The Holy Rosary 40 a.m.
vi rm,mn fmrirnctloni for chil-
Mondava and Thuradaya IM to
7M pa,';;;-
uni Aim MFOAL-rrrtohal
Sunday Massea: 1:00, :00 and MM am
HolyDay Massea: 4 KM. IM am and
S:1S D.m.
. r.falM! Batirrdav IM ta IM and
7M to IM pm. Altar Rosary each eve-
Miraculous Medal Novenat tdl and
7KX) p.m. on Monday.
Catechtea Ciass: Aftaf IM ataaj an
rt'Prldty Exposition an day during
the School Year.
Pint Saturday; mesa ai a sat
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Marfarlta
Sunday Maame: 7M and J0 a.m.
Holy Day Maaaea: IM am. and IIS
P'CoffesslonsT 10 IM and IM to
S00 pm. Saturday. "'"
Miraculoua Medal Hovenai IM p.m
on Monday. '
Church History Group every Tuesday
at 7M pm
TeenvAage uuoi ia pm an tieou
Catachiam dtsa: M p.m; Thursdsy.
First Friday Devotions: j ne p.m. .:
Inoutrv-Discuaslon Croup every Fri
day IM pm, :
a srevrpMTa lihli. ritv
SuncUy Massea: IM am. and IM
am. ... .,'
Holy Day Maseeai ani am ana am
Mtm. -
Confessions: 4M ta IM and IM to
IM am, Sartmlay.
ratarhiam i:iaas: io:aa a.m. on anmosv
Convert Oasa every Monday at IM
pm.
Miraculoua Medal Rovanal IM pm
on Tuesday.
Sacred Heart H ovens I I pm an
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCTPTIOK Ur
Sunday Mass: I:1S am
Holv Dav Mass: 10 am.
Confaaaiona: SM to TM P.m an Sat
urday.
Catachiam daaat AM pm on Monday.
V OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sundav Ma: 7M and IM am.
Holy Day Maaaea: AO am and IM
in
CoTireastons Saturday at IM pm and
after all evening aevouona.
Bantiama bv aODolntment
Miraculous Medal Movenai IM pm
on Tuesdav.
Sacred Heart Rovanat IM pm an
Friday.
Kimdav Bchool: IM o m. on Buntv,
Religious Instruction Class for Chil
dren! a:0o n m on Thursdav.
Rellaioua Instruction for adults (Con
ducted in Spanish.): ram pm en aton.
dy- . : ':.-. .
Convert Lnsirucuona ay appomuaem.

rba Canal Zee, aad tBt Nrmlael

Episccpil
Tha Bt Bev. a Beaar Ctoedea, B.T.D,
The Very Bar. M Richard alaeDeaald
AMCtift. CJ
; THK CATHEDRAL OP ST.
UJKB
. SUNDAYS ...
1 30 pja fioly Communion.
a 40 aja Karrta Communion (4th Sun
I I day).
:1 Church School. ,
a.ia Iscuela Dominical.
11 M am. Morninf Prayer and Sermon.
f.oiy twnmunion, (rim aun-
. navV. - ...
IM pnv Evening Prayer and Sermon.
W UNDAX5
JO aaa. Holy Conununion. -'".'
IM p ra Ivtnlng Prayer. '"
HOLY DAYS
0:00 a Jn Holy Communion. ',
I JO am Holy Communion, ;
DAILY V'
:1I a aa. Momlni Pravet
U:M Mi -daj Missionary Prayeri.
CHURCH OF OUB SAVIOUB V
Third Street New Cristobal
The Bav. Mill A. p-
SUNDAVo i
Holy Communioo .....i... 130 am
Churtb School I JO am.
Morruif Prayer
and Sermon 11.-00 aja.
(Firat Bunday. Holv Communion)
Vesper Serv ice and f v. '"
Youth rrllowabiB I KM Km
WEDNESDAYS t i
Holy Communion I J ajat
Choir Behearaal TJO aim.
now or trayer s an people.
COCOU
Ctnri af Hi a
Tha Bav. William W, Balawia.
. ia Cham
SUHDAYS V-
CHoly Communion
Family Prayer and Church School,
9:30 am
Afomini Prayer and sermon U am
IH.a tfrst Sunday tn Month).
Evening Prayer 730 pm -Weekday
Praver 0:00 am
4BOZAl
Caapet at the Good Shepherd
la. Bev. Clareaea f. Hay at
IM am. Every Friday; M omnia fray
iBJC 1st Friday, i
. OAMBOA v
' Bt' Biaaaa'a Choxh "
Tha' Rev. John Spear. Priest to Charge
SUNDAYS "
Momina Pravar. 1st and 3rd.
Sundays MM am
tioiv ".ommunion ana oer
mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays .. MM am
tfunoay senooi ........... a:w sa
Youth Fellowship ......... IM pm
Evening. Pravar .... IM pm
Giruf Friendly society ... I .Da
WEDNESDAYS
Evening Pravar lad Banaoa I m
THURSDAYS ; ; !::
Holy cmmunion a am
Woman's Auxiliarv. 2nd and
4th Thursdays IMpm
,' LA BOCA
It. Paier'a hnrrh
The Bev. John Spear. Priest h) Charge.
. NUAii
Choral Eurharlst and Sermon 7:00 am
Momma Prayer and Church School
10:00 a.m. t i
ChUdren'P Btioharlgt, Bra awoaya is
Holy Baptism tM pm.
Evensong and Sermon TM a.m.
MONDAYS THRU 'SATURDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 70 Ml
Evening Prayer 1:00 nm.
ex cent Saturdavs. Comnlina1 IM pm.
1st TUESDAYS 4k 3rd MONDAYS
Woaup't Auxiliary I pm
iTV MARGARITA i
Chareh at St Margaret
Corner ai Eipave Ave, Brsios Blvd.
The v. Miltea A. Caaasaa. Paataf
SUNDAfS i
:30 an. Church School
a: 30 am Morning Praver and datuson
(1st Sundays, Holy Communion) ..'
aa am vonnrmanon insirucuosas.
raiAi aasju
Oisael af Tha Holv CeattsHeP
Yea. L. B. Shirley, Priest at Charge
Every Tuesday l:30 aaa. noiy besa
;.,.-,. PABAISO ,,
' Bt Albaa's Chareh -.
v; Mm Bev. David A. Osaetaa,
Priest In Charge
hi ihinAva
0 a. in. Choral Eucnariai as aeraaon
120 noon mtant wpusm
10 a.m. Church School
(held tn Building 131)
10 pm Youth Fellowship
TM m. Evensong end Adoyeje,
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS m .:
IM dm. Woman's Auxiliary and AI'
tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
Bt. Paul's Chanrh :
Tha Tea. Lemael B. Shirley.Baetae
Tha Rev. Fits atiweu. u
SUNDAYL
tin am now ranrnunion
am myn. Buna Eucharist 4s
10:43 a nt. Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 nec Holy Bsptlart
TM tim Solemn Vespers
TUESDAYS
1:30 a m noiy irnmunioB
WEDNESDAYS i
M am. Holy Communion
T'DO njn. Evening Prever
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
t:30 t m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
:00 Ana. rtoqr trmrmriioa.
CHURCH n-TBB-SKA:
' EinspaJ .
: 1 Colon. B. de P
(Oopoatte Hotel WasMngton)
The Vea. Maiaert J. Pete. Bectea
Taa Bev Henry A. Blake
; Assectate Recter i .
SUNDAYS .
'fat a.aa. Hdrv Cnmmtnrldb.
M am Choral Eucharist and
10:30 am Church School Sen
IM pm Solemn Bvanasng and
'' WaJWESDATS ':
KM am Holv Caromuntat
lra SLaa. Evening Prayer and
M am Adult Confirmation CI
THURSDAYS.
M pm Praver Guild.
t FRIDAYS i
IM Ut Children's Eucharist'
SATURDAYS ,,
10M am Junior Conllrmatlon Clam
IM nm Comoltne and liediUtioa.
M 9m- HOLY DAYS
M La. Holy Commimha, ,
RAINBOW an
. Chan of St Mary. the. virgin
The Bev. Jeha A. saUlag,
Priest ia CAarsa
rirnrtAva
Simm aucnansi .. i mo a.m.
Church School ...... mix : am
Evenrmr and Sermon .... IM pm
THimsn AYfc ..
Holy Coranranion. ........ imtav
GATUN -Bt
fleorgg'g Caanb
. Tha Bev. Jeha A,
PrlMt la Charge
tat AND tn! SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ......... aaa am
tad AND 4th SUNDAYS
Mnmifff Pleses
and Sen on M ajnJ
Church School, each Sua. 10 JO am
aun anavo
M. Caitsleabas'a Cawrcav '
U St Parooe Lefewe
Taa Bev Clareeire W. Bay SB,
Priest tn Charge
More Cornmantop ... ....... tM em
Sunday School UM am
I. ,H
anrriwwn ivs
Baml a. I ta I pm Bad 4fh Sua-
Tventns Praver Birda
at and "Mmdava --
Woman. Auxiliarv and A ttfe I
tm am
Evananng and larmon ..M IM PJ

Othtr Churchss
cavBca op tub hazabenb
Ancon. C.2.
Mlatjtar: Bev. FJaac O. N aba aba-Boa
Boa aba-Boa ae, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 0)
Sunday School ........... t:S aJB
Momma Warship 10 JO a m
Youth Service IAS pjn
Evening Service .......... 1:M pm
HJMS. Servica .......... 10 p.m
Prayer Meetinf, Wad. .... 7 J4 pm
': RATIONAL BAPTIST CHtBCB
. Pananu tit., 23rd Street Kaat
Bev. ffL BL. ant 'm. !.

SUNDAY:
Divme Worship :S0 am
Sunday School 1:00 u
Sunday Masses M V l.ii U;4&
HH. MO)
0 am
- jehovah-a wrrNttncB
MeeUnja Thursdava at 1 JO nm, and
sunmji si a.-uu rim. wn Memorial.
80t BalUa Boad. Balboa,
cnvRCR of nsus christ
OP LATTKB-DAI SAINTS (MoroNni
Suodav meetinaa tn the JWB-USU. U
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest
hood 1 JO am. Meetina: Sunday School.
$16 iaj Sacrament Meeting 10 JA am
i AtlaatJe atraaeh .'
Building 200, Schoolhouso Bead,
Gatun. Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatiia 364 or Cristobal 2M7
Sunday school io:oo am Sunday o-
rement Meeting (30 pm Priethood
Meeting ( 30 p.m Wednesday ih-inary
6:30 pm Wednesday Belief society meeU
mg as announces. (
, ..,, vustusieitf s vraoiausa
.' '' CHUKCM
' Ba. PaU Holloway, Paitaa
".' ..Oflice, Curundu 3103 r,
. Home, Curundu 111 V
Sunday School ...... :4S
Morning 'Worship M........ 11 am
Youth Meeting pm
Svaning Worship I pm
' V OLD CATHOLIC CBURC I '
. Bt Ba abaci Taa Arckaagal t
1 Uth St West Na 1 V
Rely Eucharist: Sunday al IM IB
Tuaadava. Wadneadava and rburdava
HdO am
Sacrament ot Unction iHeaimg bar.
Ice) Pint Sunday al each aaonth at
fianbel. UnMlaa Chan
Panama B.P
Bt Ba
.1- .s-oea. D 0
etrjciattnA
Mortuna devoUo a. ........ OKSV an
FelloanbJp Wonhn aj a UW am
junday senooi at ........i... iwta,
oivma Sarvica a IMP.
- BARA1 CBirKB
r; BAHAFS CENTEB ,i' V!'
A4 First Street ? ''
Urbanlfaddn -EI Carmen, Panam City,
inlormal Taun) and uiscuaaione
Thursdays........ v.. 10 a
. Celea, lib Ptaat Itieeb) ;
v (apstalrs Amerlcaa Bassar) :
Study Cuwaea......Tburdaa. 1 JO
, BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St, Paralao, CZ.
Bev .Waldaba H. Stewart, Pasta
Sunday: UM am Worship Service.
IM p ro, Sunday School. -T;ll
pm. Gospel Service. :""- lf
Mondav: 7 JO Young PeoDle'l Bodety'
Wednesday: IM Mid-weak Christian
yeuowanip. ;
Thuradav at atm Rtnaarsal.
Friday! IM Woman's Missionary a-
,.!-.'"-'.;v': THK CHIIRCH Of'UbB.-f'f
' !iea.a iri.K.ih e.-. ru
Bev. G. W. Graaaisea. Pastor''1','
Simdsy Schol ............... tn 1".
Mornmg Worship M...s.....'10:30 am.
itigat cernca ij
PTRIT CHURCH OP GOB
vH(
Mr. Jamaica and Trlnlead an
Balnbew City, Canal Bona
Bev. G. W. Graaaisea. Pasta
Morning Worship ........... M am
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Sarvica ............... 7M pm
' THB CHURCH OP GOD
. New Providence
Mrs. Maaaa Himaa. Paster
Similsv Bchool 10 M am
Morning worsnip it w mm.
Night Sarvica IM pm
THE CHURCH OP 00D:
7 Panam City
Car. "N"
and Mariana
ta
mev. was. j.
Pastor
Sunday School ...
..... t:3o am
Morning worsnip
Night aarelcf ....
10W IsRle
..... IMpm
THE OICBCH OP GOD Bla Aaaje
Meate Oecure sm-isui ax.
Bev. Was. J. Jshniaa. raster
RimdaV Srhao .............. JO mM
Morning Worship 10:30 am.
Night Servise IM pm
CHUBCB OF TWr. F0UR5QUABB
' COS PEL
t' (Full Gospel)
i BALBOA "..;.V,
At wahem Lodge. Balboa Road at La
Boca Rd. Bev. and Mia. Carl V. Thomp
son, Pastors.
Bimdav School
........... .10M am
Morning' Worship
.........liaia am
VMitlt. service ............
e:ae pm
EvangelteUs Service 101 f-i
CHUBCH Off GOD (PsatsrasraD
Rev. a B. Watson. Overseer
n m l'H am Ml flamhiMS :
Churches at Faraiso. CZ. (Rev. and
u ii. n Whviai. rioau tLr.
(Rev. Fernando Lorence Rlo Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Havnes), and
Otivl (Bev. and Mra, Clifford Greaves j.
Sunday and weekdays services at aO
ehurenaa,
Posts end Bases
PACTTIC SIDB
Sunday acnooi ................. v
UMiin, Wnrahln 1003
Churah-Tlme Nursery School.... UM
PORT CLAYTON .
IM) 10
Morning Worship UUI
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet-.
tne and Bible Class IM
PORTKOBBE ,
cn.w kmm lamiiiiiBe n
Till IM
Miwnlna Warehln ............... 10:45
Evening Worshin .............. IM
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday Bchool e:w
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Morning Worship ....... S:1S A W
Youth PeUowship ........ ...... 1:30
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gladden the hearts of all pltyers
who Use elegant defensive play.
The key play wag made by Charles
J. Solomon ox Fnuadeipnia.
west opened the three- of hearts.
and Charlie won with the ace of
hearts in the East position. He
then; considered his chances of de
feating: the contract '
It was clear tnat the hearts were
hopeless.' It was equally clear that
West had only imau clubs for mi
raise in that. luiL Had he, held
even the jack of clubs,' We$t would
have led tnat guit rawer tnan ven
ture into the -unknown with a heart
opening lead.
Diamonds and tpaaes were len.
Charlie had a shrewd suspicion
about the diamonds, since many a
Ho-trumper is based on a long and
solid minor tun. This left tpaaes.
' The PhlladelDhia master drew a
deen breath" and led the deuce of
spades back at the second uick.
South played low, West finessed
the eight;' and dummy won with
the ten. Ai you will soon see, this
was no time for west to piay
"third hand high.'
Declarer next led- a club from
dummy, and East stepped up with
the ace. He returned a nean to
West's king, and West properly led
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Sabbath School f :30 am t
Divine Service 11 M am.
Youth's Meeting 4M nm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
service 7 :ss a.m.
Pacific Bids Psnssai A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. M J 330
Cabo Verda, Ave. J. P. da la Oasa Ho.
11.
Chorrillo 25th no. 27
Pueblo Nueva 3-A It beta sea Srd
and 4th Sta,
Bio Abajo 11th Bt Ho. 27
Balboa Chanel 0344 Gavllaa Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Ckarcbea Paaaaat aad
Crbtabela fiMrlet
Pastor Ruben Bui.
Panama, Cane Danen no. a
Cristobal, lfth A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A.PrlJolm
Dlstrtct Paster A. A. Grlsxle .'
TeL Ne. a-102 . .-'.
Gamboa Pram rsrswsy anjoiar.
Atlantic Side Colon aad
Cristobal District -
Pastor Neblett-Tel. 33 32I
Colon Srd St. A Central Ave. Cristo
bal Uth as Bolivar Ave..
Central eftlcai uavuaD swao sei. w
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Jewish
jmrtra Welfare Board Bid. TI2-XU
Boca Road, Balboa. C.Z. RabM Nathan
Wltkin Director.' .
Servie Friday. l pm aaiuroay,
(Sea ai listings af Jewish ess-rices
under rant, aases ana siauonst.
Congreaatien Kol Shearlth ttreat Ave.
nlda Cuba and 36th Street, Bella vista,
Panama City, aervices in pm
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BTFPFMrB LUTHERAN CWURCB
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
Bev. Boberi P. Gasslek, Paster
P.O. Box 44. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible class M am
riiwin ImHm lA'IK a.m.
Tina SjnKt at Mai gal Its
Margaret's Episcopal Church) Sunday
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WINNERS of the Fort Kobbe 19s6 Safety Poster and Slogan contest, which ended May 10,
were recently announced and presented awards by Col Robert E. Coffey, former regimental
commander ot the inactivated 33d Infantry Regiment- First prize, a cash sward of $10, to
Pfc. Von Milliner of the 8616 DU, on left. Copping second prize was Sp- Donald E. Long
of Heavy Mortar Company, 20th Infantry Regiment, on right, who received Ifc Entries wers
Judged on the basis of originality, appropriateness and quality of presentation. '-.;"
i (U.S. Army rnoto)

St. Paul Knights
To Visit Colon's
Christ Church
Officers and members of the
Knights of St Paul, of Panama Ci City,
ty, City, will visit Christ Church By
the-Sea in Colon on this coming
aunaay. ( ,
They' will attend the 9 o'clock
choral Eucharist, which will be
celebrated by the Rev. Henry A.
Blake, present priest-in-charge of
the parish, who will also preach
the sermon.
The schedule for the day will Ih
dude the early Communion serv
ice at 6o clock, and Evensong ana
Sermon at 7:30 p.m..
Requiem Mass
A requiem mast will be held
next Saturday morning at 4 a.m.
at St. Paul's Church for tha ra ra-poiA
poiA ra-poiA of tha soul of tha Ut Mr.
Leanna Shirley. 1
the queen of spades.. This trapped
South's jack and dummy's king at
bne and the same time, giving the
defenders three spade, tricks. South
was down two-, at -a contract that
seemed to be unbeatable.

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NATO Citizens Conference'
Would Bench Military Brass

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPV (UPV-Sen
Sen (UPV-Sen Hubert H. Humphrey said to today
day today he will propose that the Unit

ed States take the lead in calling
a new "citizens conference" of aU

North Atlantic Treaty Organiza

tion nations.,., ,.,. ,.

The Minnesota Democrat, a
member of- the. Senate foreign
Belationa committee, said he is
drafting a resolution proposing
uch a conference with the dele delegations
gations delegations to be made up mostly of
private citizens from NATO na

tions instead of diplomatic or mil!
tary leaders.
Humphrey said he thought such,
a meeting would do much to fur further
ther further .the broadeaiog of NATO
iato an economic and political
alliance rather thai a purely
military onion.

He said he had not worked out

final details of his proposal but

hoped it might be tacked onto the
foreign aid authorization bill which

the foreign relations group is cur
rentlv considering.

The Senate committee would up

its public hearings on the aid mea

sure yesterday with testimony by
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, out

come NATO commander.

He strongly urged the senators
against going along with a House

committee cut of si miuon in tne
S3.1 billion asked by President Ei

senhower for military aid in his

SO billion foreien aid reauest.

The House is expected to begin

debate late next week: on its com

mittee-approved buL

Gruenther said he "could not
five a guarantee" that present
North Atlantic treaty forces are
strong enough to defend western
Europe from Russian attack.
The four-star general told the

Senate Foreign Relations Commit

tee Russian competition is setting

keener all the time.

He said any substantial cut in

the President's original' aid re

quest -wouia nave a deteriorating
effect" on the NATO partnership
and work "to the disadvantage of
the United States."
; "Nothing has Ukea place oa
, the Sovief side which justifies a

reuueuoa m uie fuanoeu pro programs,"
grams," programs," be said.
Foreien aid chief John B. Hoi-

lister called the House committee

action "unfortunate." The House
group voted to cut one billion dol dollars
lars dollars from the President's 3 billion
dollar military aid program and
100 million dollars from his econo economic
mic economic aid request..,
Hollister told a news conference
that the cut if allowed to stand stand-could
could stand-could be "very serious." He said
it would "slow down" the delivery
of weapons and equipment to
NATO allies.

Gruenther, who is retiring later
this year, said the outlook for
NATO is "moderately bright." -He
said that while the orga organization
nization organization has shortcomings, NATO
i still regarded by the Russians
as a "considerable threat" to
their objectives.
. He said "we should be able to
give a reasonable guarantee" that
NATO forces can defend western
Europe "when we have the Ger German
man German contribution" of 12 land divi divisions,
sions, divisions, 1300 aircraft, and small na naval
val naval forces.
But Gruenther said it will take
three or four years before the
German forces can be integrated
into NATO.
In the meantime, he said, allied
leaders are relying upon "atomic
strategy" to defend western Europe.

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Logan on behalf of th Cristobal
Women'i Club. '.'

I Approximately lixty ladies, it it-tended
tended it-tended the luncheon..
Mrs. J. $. Cetp, New Preside-l j
Of Catholic Women' Club
' Mrs. J. S. Comp of Fort Kobbe
!was elected president of the Ca-;
tholic Women'! Club at the Club's:
(regular meeting recently. Other
new officers elected a term of six'
! month veer Mrs. S. E. Ortiz Of

Fort Clayton, Secretary; and Mrs.;

r. J. sumvan 01 fori uayion,
Treasurer.
Returns To Panama ... i.
Dr. Erasmo da la Guardia ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his daughter Maria Mariana,
na, Mariana, has returned from the Urutec

States.

Far wall Luncheon Honors
Miss Dorothy Brick-man
Miss Dorothy Brickman was ten.
dered a farewell luncheon by a
group of her friends at the Tivoli
Guest House recently. Those who
attended were Mrs. Helen Silver Silver-ton.
ton. Silver-ton. Pvt. and Mrs. Louis Sherman,

Mrs W It Kpvmnur. Mr (ierta

Stern, Mrs. Percy Shaw, Mrs. tt-

na Toiedano, Mrs. tyivia ver

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it unit Zislis, Mrs. George Daniels,
Mrs. Mvron Fisher. Mrs. Cecil Fk

aanaue. mrs. ueriruue r rank

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AT THE SPRING CEREMONLAL- of the Abou Saad Shrine Temple at Ancon, held recently,
Director ol Second Section H. Vance Howard (left) and Director of Abou Sood Temple Ac Ac-tlvitles
tlvitles Ac-tlvitles Earl Engel (right) seem to be enjoying the evenlng'g activities.

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MISS RITA IRENE NOVEY, daughter of Mr i IW

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TheNr Vacation with her family. N.
attending ;th SMtortv5gJlJ Junior College, Buena

BRITISH EMBASSY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY v ;
- OF HJO. QUEEN ELIZABETH II
. On Thnraday when the Birthday of Her Majesty Queen
EliaaEth II wS 'officially eelebrated, the B
and Mrs. Ian Henderson gave a morning reception for Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Authorities, Head, of Diplomatic Missions in Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama and Civil and Military Authorities f the Canal Zone
and ther wives. Mr. Henderson toasted the President of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and His Excellency the Minister f oi Forelan Af f aira,
Don Alberta Boyd, toasted The Queen. i i
In the afternoon the British Ambassador and Mrs. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson gave a reception for members of the British Common,
wealth Communities In Panama. Toasts were offered for tho
PreVident of Panama and the Queen and the Ambassador
rave a short address, British filma were shown Including
- ana of the Queen's Tour of. Nigeria. . 3 f . ;
rV, : '"-ador read out the-following tlerrms:
"; M l.er'Mj.ty tie Qurm, Ruckinthairt S'alace, London.
British Community In Panama desirew to convey their
humblo duty and their loyal and heartfelt food wishes on
fhVtccasion of Your Majesty'! BirthdayHenderson. ?, f
Her Maiestr'f gracious reply was as follows t
, British "Ambassador, PanamaJ. send you ft
thanks for your kind message en tht celebration of my Birth
dayj Elisabeth,- . -'pa V"1- r'

Viscountess Davidson -tv. : i -Honored
With Tea Party ..
. Last Tuesday tht ladies of the
- British-Aid Society gave-a tea at
the Panama Golf Club m honor of
Viscountess Davidson, to which
they invited the Committee of the
Junta Femenina de Beneficencia
and members of the Inter-Amen-can
Women's Club. : "
The Chairman of the ; British
Aid Society, Mrs. Scott, intro introduced
duced introduced the Speaker and presented
her with a corsage in the name
of the other members. Lady Da Da-tidson
tidson Da-tidson then gavo a most mterest-
ing address on a "Tour of- the
Houses of Parliament" adding a
brief survey on the woman s role
in Parliament in reply to a ques question
tion question from Mrs. Henderson, British
Ambassadress. ., ..'
1 Mra. Elisa Heurtematte then re returned
turned returned thanks and Mrs. Warner,
President of the- Junta Femenina
de Beneficencia, presented Lady
Davidson with a bouquet from her
Society. The ladies ended the pro pro-eeedingt
eeedingt pro-eeedingt by singing "Happy Birth-
day to you" on discovering it was
Lady Davidson's birthday.

CANCKR STUDY
LOS ANGELES (UP) Two
UCLA tesearchera report- that dt dt-abetie
abetie dt-abetie mice, afflicted with cancer,
live longer than non-diabetic mice
Further, Dr. Ralph McKee and
Joanna Jehl of the department of
vhsiological chemistry said' the tu tumor
mor tumor grows much' more slowly in
diabetic mice than in non-diabetic
. ones, s s j .-

Italian Embassy Reception
Thi Evanina

The Italian Ambassador and

Mrs. Ricardo Moscoti will enter

tain with a rrntinn whirh will

celebrate the Anniversary of. the

founding of tne Italian moassy ai

ine.umDassyresiaenca uus eve
ning from 6 to 9 p.m. f:
Governor nd Mrs. Gonzales
fiiva filnnar

The Governor of the Canal Zone

and Mrs. Jose Maria uonzaiez
were hosts at a dinner at their
hAiriA Isct nioM tnr a 0rnnn of

friends, from Panama and the Ca

nal zone.

Entertains With Dinner
Un Oiiknihs Am Ariaa nfr-

tained last night at her home with
a small dinner party for friends

who are leaving the Isthmus short-

V.

Luncheon Is Given For
Mrc Oaaraa Enaalka

The Cristobal Women's Club
sponsored a luncheon at the Hotel
Washington recently horning Mrs.
George Engelke, Past President
snd Honorary- Member of the
Club." Mrs. Engelke and her hus husband,
band, husband, Mr. G. N. Engelke, who is
rwlirin frnm the rnnimiuir T)lv-

vision, will be leaving the Isthmus

soon to maae ineir norae in nen-
tonville, Arkansss.
Mrs. Eneelke was nreiented

(with two gifts,' one from her felr

low ciud memDers and menas,
and the other from Mrs. Arthur,

Women's Club enjoyed another ve

ry successful party at me nonie
of Mrs. Lawrence Adler in Campo
Alesre. Panama City. Hostesses

for the occasion were mrs. rem
Bolton and Mrs. Adler. Entire pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of these functions are used
for chsrities sponsored by 1he

Daniel! club. Members and guests parti

cipating were Mesdamei bomse
u.l..,t Rlinrh SrhillinlT. Af-

Kaplan. Mrs. Abbie nes Hearon, Grattice Otten, Mar-;

Lucas, garet jonnsion, marge yuncj,

Rose Casey, neoa aioisin,
Nordeng, Jo Hughes, Helen Child-;
ress, Maria Days, Mary Aanesen,;
m.... mpIt Pfstrv Parker. Hel-i

en Quinlan, Martha Hamilton,
Pniiv Mirhaelis. Marion Wilkins

June 14 at the Army' and Navy

Club at rort Amador at 12:30 p.m.
Hostesses will ha Mrs. Jnspnh W

Casey and Mrs.. Murray Klipper.

ama Mra Helen R. Adler. Mrs.

Helen Bernstein, Miss Sarah Bom-

berg, Mrs. Leonard procKman,
Mrs. Zelia Blumbere. Miss Sheila

Mrs. D.H. Cantor, Mrs. Edward Gladys DiPasca, Florence Klipper

uooian, Mrs. vesiai morna, am.

Roy Morden, Mrs. Edward Mara,
Mr niit Movers. Mrs. Frank Mil

ler, Mrs. Thomas McKibbon, Mrs.

Hugn A. uveroy, miss sue rnor,

Mrs. Wilfred Furay, Mrs. narry
Paine. Mrs. Patsy Ryan, and Mrs.

Nathan Sharpe.

A muKiral oronam was nresent-

ed after the luncheon. Pvt. and
Mrs. Louis Sherman gave a reci recital
tal recital of songs accompanied on the
piano by SP3 Ben Whitten. r
Miss Brickman will be leaving
the Isthmus shortly for the States.

Vacation In The States
Mr and Mr. Robert Tomsn ac

companied bjK their on Frank

and Koy len yesteraay xor ine.t-.
nited States to spend a vacation.,
Sami-Month Candlelight

Dance At jwi-uw
The semi monthly Candlelight
Dance- will be held on Sunday, at

l p.m. at tne ttu-jvu Armea
Forces Service Center,- Music to
latest recorded hit tunes will be
ninv1 Th vnuns ladies of the

USO-JWB Club have been invited

to this affair. :
An invitation is extended to mili

tary personnel and their families

to attend.,;,,:. ... ; x-'

Regular Services
At Saint Paul's
' CArvIfaaT lit AhclVainia AP ttla

first Sunday after Trinity will be

hem at st. ram s uiurcn sunoay.
Th firct nf thei will ha a rela.

bration of Holy Communion at 6

a.m... at wnicn ume tne memDers
of the Woman's Auxiliary, Altar
Guild and the Fleur-de Lis Socie Society
ty Society will make their monthly cor

porate commumun.
' The final service of the day will
be Evensong and sermon at 7 p.m.

TO BEST f IT YOUR

CHILD'S HEEDS SljflSfM

I v. Kh -m.

CLOVERBL00M
BUTTER
;:,.-;:;..i:yjfl,i.,:,,;,r-,,.
...
f
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(APISERUM)
With instructions In English. Small Shipment just'
arrived. Order in tima ona box of this Magic Food
tvtrybody U talking about 24 vials for $25.00.
SUCRE Y DEHJAtia Va. llda.
Tal. 3575 '. 30th St No. 4-90
In front of Contro Medico

ch tablet cob tains lJi' gralna of pure

". aapinn the preferred standard of accu-

a., j tnj irillll

re- flavor. Accept no aubatitote I 4 "'i4, I

get St Jos.ph Aspirm For Childrea. a nouZt '
- aaiutaafamaaWMiiaMajaaii I .., f(lt';

Ceo Gloriously

loft Cliln In 7c3ajG J

When yon start 'using Cuticura Soap and
Cuticura Ointment-blackheads, oily shins, ex
temally caused pimples and rashes clear up. -la
Just 7 dayf your akin begins to look soft,
frash, lar, radiant Get Cuticura Soap and'
Ointment at druggists right away and do try
new Cuticura Talcum and new greaseless

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TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHTS :
LAST PRESENTATIONS OF
LOS CANTABROS
Guitars, Spanish nose flute, accordion, violins, and thf
powerful, melodious voice of JOSELITO are all part of
their terrific, entertaining actl-
f Exclusively In The Bella Vista Room,
8:30 11:30 p.m.

Reserve your table now
No Cover No Minimum

I 1 AJ

JUNE 17
O TIE x
(We recommend the
SPHINX tie made in Vienna)
O FANCY JEWELRY
wcts, BELTS

Just say:
CHARGE IT

THt AMtRlCAII BAZAAR
Haberdashers and Tailors to
Men of Good Taste"
No. 25 & 71 Central Ave.
Hotel El Panama
Panama 5th of May Plaza
Opposite Railroad Station
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Hut ill all in tit intetiit
of Lzttei leMuca fat
yU4A tinuant of century

ELECTRIC SERVICE
Will be off in the following areas

San Francisco, Altos, del Golf, La
Carrasqiiilla, Paitilla, Rio Abajo,
El Coco, Urbanizacion Obarrio and
Vista Hennosa :.
from 6:00 a.m. to 6:45 a.m.
on Sunday, June 3rd.

It takes a lot cf work to keep
pace with your demands for more
and more electricity. Every year
new facilities, must be planned

" I t .. - , a f
for and added to enable us to meet the growing electric heeds of Panama. "7
So, please consider this brief interruption of your electric service as a sign of growth ; ; ',
and progress. The work will be done at a time when it will cause the least inconve-
nience to you. A short interruption now will mean more power and more dependable '

service for you in the future. '

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DR. R, AVILA JK, M.O.
TWJ Uta-et ily Ave, nA"
(MMlto Aneoa Scaool Jlajtjosnm)
vr s.i remit Daiuiu
.RETIREMENT, LIFE
pUCATIOM INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
Phona Panama t-0551
TRANSORTIS BAXTER. S.A.
-; packets snipper '"yr;
5 Phones 2-2451 2-2562.
.;., Learn Riding at
MANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridi.fWaai,fcil
i te S a m. Phoaa J-0279
ar a ppwrmT.
HARNETT & DUNN
, u.finAnu nANCK STUDIO
i WnrO UNTIL 100 LEABN"
Iji Balboat W2 at Paa.t
studio tl ranama nuiw
WS will relieve Tear"
fOOI-TBOUBLa
; catm, MllouaMi. aaila
; -CHIROPODIST--,
r. Ekholli trained
0RTEPED1A NACIONAL
Jut AiaaanaM ra.
BUSINESS MEN
will oWt tn of chuff.
soar PERSONNLpr6blem
TAKE A STEP TOWARD
NKW BEAUTX
YMCA BEAUTY SALON
VELMA DARNELL, Mft.
V. 8. Personnel only
1-3677 BlDO
Rose Weds Actress
Joyce Malhevs
Privately Today
i NEW YORK, June
Showman Billy Rose aid yester
j u. 11 marrv former C'
trei Joyce Mathews' -tody t the
The 56-yeaMld Ro would not
reveal the place chosen for. tte
"No preii coverage. notograh notograh-or
or notograh-or rtatementa he aald. "For
once in my We I'd like little
W e
Miw Mathews, 38, became front
page news in 1951 when
SdVwrist d .emrf to Jump
Eerfeld Theater. She later was
aTamed es the "other woman" in.
KA divorce Mtigatlon with
Hose. His first Jrtf. wae come-
S Mthew1 whose first lw
iri was Col Gomalo Gomes, son
IJ'venVwela" dictator, jjm
from TV emeriaiuM
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LIBRERIA ERECIADO
. V t tn No. U
'-. -. - -.'I1.-,
Agenda Internal. de Publicacionas
No. t Lottery rina ,.
, CASAZALDO '
. Central Ave. U

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Livinf nam Mt.
. cattam built by Krohltr, icl
knt conditio, taat carart in-
cludad. fH $400.00. will iicri-i
fiea at $200.00. Call Albraak
86-4119
FOR SALE: Wrought iron tac-
tioaal furniturt, 3-pic couch,
loung chair, cornor tibia, 2 and
tibl, innar spring ravanibla
cushions. Excalalnt canditioa,
$125.00. Call Ft. Clayton 3137.
FOR SALE: Child's clothes ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, 4 drawars and ctasat far
drassat ar suits $5. Phono Bain
boa 2708.
FOR SALE: Complata btdtoom
sot $150; vanity dranarand saat
$50. Phono Balboa 2408
FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room suita: couch, 2 chairs, cot cot-faa
faa cot-faa labia $45; mahogany bod,
mattress and springs $45; scat scat-tar
tar scat-tar rugs; 36-inch formica top
tabla, 3 chairs $20; Kenmora
portable sawing machine $50;
25-cycla 9-cu. ft refrigerator
$35. House 0257.A, Gambea.
Phona 6-277.
FOR SALE: Ona 25-cycla
cu. ft. 6.E. refrigerator $25.
Apt. C, house 1574, phona 2 2-3320
3320 2-3320 after 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Semi-automatic
Thor washing machine, 25-cyda.
Phone Rodman 3456.
FOR SALE: Custom-made liv living
ing living room sat, plastic upholstery,
perfect condition $175.' Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 3219.
FOR SALE: 60-eycle 10-eu. ft.
Servel refrigerator, 40-lb, fraei fraei-ing
ing fraei-ing unit, 9 months aid; mahog mahogany
any mahogany double bed, springs, foam
rubber mattress. Phana Balbaa
2-2401.
FOR SALE: Notge 12' refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, automatic defrosting,
.. rust praef construction, 80-lb.
fraaiar compartmant, 5 -year
guarantee, 60-cycla $285; Ken
mar automatic washer $135.
Phana Balbaa 4228.
ii inn ii mimii'rrtittir-irfii
FOR SALE; Stadia couch.
aaens fait double bad $185;
Fodders air conditioner $125;
Calorie gat trove $75; Venetian
blinds, bam baa screens. AH
kerne In excellent condition, but
cannot fit in new apartment.
Phana 1-1773.
FOR SALE. 25-cycla automat automatic
ic automatic changer, perfect cenditian
with G.E. pickup $35; 8x10,
9x12 grass rugs, blue, like new
$15. Phone 2-3290.
FOR .SALE: Easy automatic
washing machine in perfect can
dition, enly 9 months aid. Ave.
Perv 37-48.
FOR SALE: 25-cycla O.E re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $40. Good condition.
Phana Balbaa 6320. 1
FOR SALE. 25.o cycle refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, couch and chair sat, bed
and dresser, miscellaneous fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Raasanabla. Call Gambea
6-228.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, 9-ft., atalnlesa
interior, 25-cycla. Gambea
0256-C Phana 6-495.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 60-eycle
eycle 60-eycle $60. 0813 Plank St. Bal Balbaa
baa Balbaa 2-4491.
FOR SALE Small curved ever
etufM aafa; aafa. 5 foam rubber
ceshieas, covered in washable
ninforcad plastic; matching large
large iab chair, foam rubber;
bookcase; 2 Chinese figurine
lamp and shades; brenxe can
deUbrar lamp and shade; email
lined ak desk; 5 large H'6en
ehairt, mahogany. Very good
prices. No. 11 Jose Gabriel Du Du-eua,
eua, Du-eua, la Cretta. Rennert family.
FOR SALE: Dresser with mirror
$18, vanity dresser $12, Ken Ken-.mora,
.mora, Ken-.mora, washer $20. portable
clotheslines $6. 83-2246.
Helicopter Guides
Veapon Carrier
To Shore By Radio
OCEANSIDE. Calif fTTPV
Marine officers at Camn Penrll.
lon recenuT cimnieted mirppfni
testing "of a hew amphibious va-
mcie, armea wun a los-mm.
howitzer gun, which can be put
asaora wunoui a numan crew,
In place of soldiers, the amphib amphibious
ious amphibious craft has a complex radio
receiving unit which receives or
ders from a helicopter maneuver
ing overnead.
Officials said the demonstrations
snowed that remote helicopter con
iroi can sun tne vehicle's en engines,
gines, engines, drive it through the surf I
ana oring it ashore and into firing
position over an, obstacle course.
Remote control from a helicop
ter offers better observation of I
surf and beach conditions and
probably will eliminate the capsiz
ing factor which long has plagued
amphibious landings in which the
landing craft are controlled by hu.
man crews,, a spokesman said,

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YOU CAN PLACE

AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES

LOURDES PHARMACY
, in U Caaata.ulua
FARMACIA L0M8ARD0
HMV Ureal"
MORRISON :
4th of July At. J St.

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1949 Stud-baker.
Must tall this weekend. Excel
lent meter, paint job, radio,,
overdrive, tut cfven, etc. Yeu
nama the price. Dr. Lang,' Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6367.
FOR SALE. 1948 CHdsmobile
Series 98 2-deor. Clean through -aut,
$450.00. Will finance. 356
Apt. 1 1, Ancen (next to Ancon
Commissary).
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion, 2-door, $325.00,'
Balboa 3101
FOR SALE. 1950 Dodge Cor Coronet
onet Coronet 4-doer sedan, gyromatic,
excellent condition, looks like
new, 42,000 miles. Call 82 82-4160
4160 82-4160 during working hours, 82 82-2265
2265 82-2265 afterwards.
FOR SALE: 1947 Packard se sedan,
dan, sedan, clean interior, good condi condition
tion condition $200. Phone Diablo Hts.
3516.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
deluxe 4-door sedan, excellent
condition $525. Phona Navy
3297.
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard da da-luxe
luxe da-luxe 4-door sedan. All extras.
Make offer: Albrook 7277
FOR SALE.- '4 Chewy. Solid
body, very good motor end tires
$150. Call Panama 2-5298.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, very good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Call Cristobal 1249.
FOR SALE: 1953 Singer, per perfect
fect perfect condition, only 11,000
miles. Can be teen anytime at
578-E -Curundu. Phona 83 83-4183.
4183. 83-4183. FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Station Wagon 4-door, S-pas
Sanger, good condition. Phona
Balbaa 1642. i
Solons May Try
1U UiwUVl.,
Ib7
TVA Appropriations
WASHINGTON. Jnna TTDV.
An attempt may be made to block
any new atDrorjriatinn tnr (,.
Tennessee Valley Authority rend-
uig settlement of a dispute over
cunsurucuon 01 new power units,
oenaie source said yesterday.
The source said some lawmaV,
6rs are exolorintf wavx tn ti
TVA's proposed 5,300,000 dollar ap appropriation
propriation appropriation for the coming fiscal
year and force a showdown on
the latest hassle over the big pub public
lic public power system. :
At issue is whether TVA may
use funds derived from nower
sales to build additional units to
existing steam generating plants
without specific Congressional ap approval.
proval. approval.
TVA and Its friends in Congress
say it has the authority. It is sw
ing- aneaa witn plans to add three
new units to two existing steam
generating, plants in the TVA svs-
tern John Sevier and Johnson Johnson-ville,
ville, Johnson-ville, ;.,,
But critics of TVA insist that!
under an act of the GOP-control-
led 80th Congress any new power
facility whether an addition to an
existing plant or a new project
musi oe ciearea wiin congress.
The fight, which was aired in
Congress earlier this year,, flared
again Thursday before a Senate
Appropriations subcommittee. One
memDer, sen. nan js, juundt ik ik-S.D.),
S.D.), ik-S.D.), bitterly denounced TVA of officials
ficials officials for going ahead with plans
to build the additional power units
without first getting specific Con
gressional approval.
Bankers Extend
Defense Plans;
Ask Dispersals
WASHINGTON. June tUP)-
The-Senate Banking Committee
voted yesterday to extend the de
fense production act two more
years with the provision that the
government should encourage dis dispersal
persal dispersal of defense industries..
The legislation contains basic
authority tot material allocations
and defense production incentives.
now scheduled to expire on June
30. The House Thursday approved
the administration's request for a
two-year extension of the law.
The Senate committee added an
amendment sponsored by Sen,
Wallace F. Bennett (R-Utah.) urg
ing that the principle of dispersal
be followed in locating defense
plants built with government aid.
The amendment was opposed by
Sen. Prescott Bush (R-Conn.) who
told reporters he will fight it on
the Senate floor.
The committee also approved
and amendment by Sen. Wayne
Morse "(R.Ore.) giving the Presi President
dent President broader authority to allocate
materials in short supply, such as
nickel.
DANGER AFOOT
JACKSON, Mich. (UP) -Mrs.
Mabel Moore, 78, broke her
right Jcs in a fall to the, sidewalk
after colliding with a hit-and-run
'pedestrian. -.. : ;

PANAMA AMERICAN AN

YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY

1 LEWIS SERVICE
At. TivoU Ho. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
141 Caetral At.
; V FARMACIA LUX 7
Ht Central Awm

MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
Mr. Car Owner be fully inform informed.
ed. informed. Da yeu know about John Johnston
ston Johnston guaranteed Auto repairs?
Phana 456-A Melondox, Colon.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 9-cu. ft. Wetting Wetting-house
house Wetting-house refrigerator, 25-cycla. $7 5;
mahogany double bod, spring fir
mattress $100; single bad, spring
& mattress $35;' Bendix auta-
math: washing machine, less than
3 years eld, excellent condition,
25-cycle $200; dining set, light
eak, 6 chain,, buffet, table with
2 extension leaves $75; electric electrical
al electrical equipment, lathe, bench, taw,
tharpening outfit, under, motors
$100 for all. 873 Morgan Ave..
Balboa. Phone Balboa 2736 after
5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Federal enlarger,
35mm, to 2V4'lVt, misc. phete
gadgets. Oil Balbaa 3353.
FOR SALE: Beautiful pedigreed
Siamese kittens, reatonabla. Call
Naval Station, Coca Sola exten extension
sion extension $55.
FOR SALE: 4x5 Omega D-2
enlarger with 35mm. attachment
and lent $150; baby stroller $5;
nursery chair $4; 2 small metal
' kitchen chairs $3 each. Phona
5-465.
FOR SALE.- Small piano, Spin Spinet
et Spinet type. 9th Street, house 9075,
Colon, v
FOR SALE: Ona 410-gauga
Winchester pump shotgun, al almost
most almost new. Call Balboa 1723.
Haute 1556-B, Balsa St.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS I
FOR SALE 1
Sealed bids, far opening In pub
lie, will be received at the affica
af Superintendent af Storehous Storehous-ae,
ae, Storehous-ae, Balbaa,. far the following
Hems: - -INVITATION
No. 271 Band
aw mill part) blades; blower
part',' -retard I erg instrument
ehartt; and chasers (diet), TO
BE OPENED 10:30 A.M., JUNI
5. 1956.
INVITATION Na. 277 Pumpt
and pump parts; velvet; nestle
parts; meter parts; diaphragms;
arbors; bearings; eating, rings;
bowling equipment and parts;
motion picture machine parti;
billiard and peal equipment and
auppliet; coils; compressor parti'
condensers; condenting units;
central parts; cooler parts; 3
blade fans; seam filler; refriger refrigeration
ation refrigeration fittings; gages; gaskets;
faa pulleys; receivers; valves;
ke cream cabinet parts; faun
tain and carbonator parts. TO
B OPENED 2:30 P.M., JUNI
5. 1956.
INVITATION No. 278 Cot
ton rope; hautp lines; manila
rape; pine and metal mouldings;
aluminum Jalousies; drainboards;'
clock accessories; wire' cloth:
eatery shoes; English and Span
ith signs; filtan; potato cutter
blocks; caka circlet; corrosion
resistant ttaelwtre; drinking cup
dispensers; paper doilet; meat
f rinding machine parts; frying
pant; steak tenderers; bread
elicer parti; fountain equipment
parti; glass washing machine
parts; ice' .crushing machine
parts; meat chapping machine
, parts; potato cutting machine
parts; chinaware; wire rape; alu aluminum
minum aluminum -wire; lead wire; founding
wire; and photpher-bronxe wire.
TO BE OPENED 10:30 A.M..
JUNE 8. 1956.
INVITATION No. 279 Hand
- barrel truck; truck parti; fer ferrules;
rules; ferrules; auta guide parts; braxing
alley; carbon; cell part; elec electrodes;
trodes; electrodes; brassing flux; generator
parts; electrode bolder parts; Jaw
plates; welding rods; alloy; cut
ting tips; torch parts; tubing;
valve parti; metallising wire;
spraying machine parts; soda
. dispensers and bakers' cape; and
cotton duck. TO BE OPENED
2:30 P.M., JUNE 8, 1956.
Invitations may be obtained
from office af Superintendent at
. Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
Rbjas Is Lowest
In Contract Bid
A contract 'for the Interior
painting of six apartments and
two houses located In Ancon,
Balboa, Diablo Heights, Corozal,
and Margarita was awarded this
week to Daniel Rojas, ; by the
Panama Canal Company.
Mr. Roias entered a low bid
of $1,550 on the project.
Apartments included on tne
paint schedule are: Nos. 218-B
and 221-A In Ancon; No. 0778-J
In Balboa; Nos. 5533-C and 5775T
a m DiaDio neignu; ana no.
8049-L in Margarita.
nouses to be painted are no.
5187 in Diablo Heights and No.
562 in Corozal.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
; 4-door, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, power brakes, shaded
glass, radio, WSW. Duty
paid. $1500.00. Can be fin-
ancav Phone Pan. 2-4171h-

EST) EFEVD ENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION 6. I.! Just built
medora furnished aawrtaientt, 1,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold w a t a B
Phone Panaata 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Madera cool,
.completely furnished apartment
in excellent location, living
room, dining nook, I bedroom,
kitchen and bath. For 3 months,
8 June ta 8 September. Ideal -for
responsible individual ar can
pie. .Reasonable rent. Call Tela-
phone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. ta
9 a.m. 1 p.m. ta 10 p.m.
FOR RENT:! bedroom apart
ment, living ream, dining room,
kitchen. 13th St. San Francitca,
Via Perm. Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENTs-Furaithod apart
ment. $50.00., Clayton neighbors,
regular transportation, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0471. 1
FOR RENT: Bert located one
poo in furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
No, 13.
FOR. RENT: 2 bedroom apart
ment, living-dining- room, terv.
ants quartan with bathroom,
garage, hot and cold water, in
stallatien. New apartment haus
at Juaa Franca, Santuarle street.
Phona 3-0908, 3-0918, 3-1062
FOR RENT The ideal. 1 -bedroom
apartment for a bachelor
or a couple, easy td furnish, hot
water. Near El Panama Hotel;
$65. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Campa Alegre: 2 2-badroom
badroom 2-badroom apartment,, living-dining
room combined, maid't Monty
hot water. Phona 3-0972 Pan
ama.
EIGHTY DOLLARS far 2-bedroom
apartment. Bast location
large bafcany,, cool. Phone 8 8-0934.
0934. 8-0934. VACATION QUARTERS, three
bedrooms, furnithed, June 9 to.
Sept. 12. Only $6$ me. Balbaa
X-3638.
FOR RENT Completely .fur
ithed modern apartment: liv
ing-dining room, ana bedroom,
kitchen. From June 15th, I ta
6 months. Phone 3-0379.
FOR RENT r Furnished apart
ment, $65.00 and $55.00. Mil
ftaty inspected. Via Perns 99.
Phona 3-2068.
FOR RENT Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment t bedroom, living, roam,
kitchen, balcony, centrally locat located,
ed, located, $75. Phone 3-2930.
FOR RENT: Furnished nice a a-partmant:
partmant: a-partmant: Frigidaira, stove, ate,
bedroom, kitchen, living room
$75. Gat included. Phona I I-2930.
2930. I-2930. VACATION QUARTERS in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa June 9 to September 5.
Reatonabla renf. Call Balbaa
3167
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment: kitchen, gat.
atove, refrigerator. Ground floor
private heme, garden. Bulla Vis Vis-ta,
ta, Vis-ta, near park, but. Phana 3 3-1146.
1146. 3-1146.
FOR RENT.- Nice tmaH apart apartment
ment apartment In chalet. Apply Via Par Par-rat,
rat, Par-rat, Sea Francitca, 12th Street
No. B. .- . ... ......
FOR RENT: Unfurnwhed a
paitment, private entrance.- Leva
hr residential tectiden. Large liv living
ing living ream, dining ream, twa bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two baths, maid't quar.
tan, locked garage. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
Plastic Limbs ;
Now Made For
Tiny Infants 7
LOS ANGELES -(UP) Chil
dren born without arms and hands
can be helped most bv fittin them
with plastic limbs as early as four
months after their birth. :
Frank Harland, administrator of I
the Child Prosthetics Project of
me university 01 California Here,
said, new-prosthetic devices have
been devised to help crippled chil
dren grow up wun a near normal
physical capacity and outlook.
Harland, who described one of
the new devices as a tiny, plastic
hand, said the "fitting of infants
with artificial arms and hands is
ton recently completed successful
searcn snowed tnat a child of four
to six months can be fitted with!
the devices with the best effects.
"If the prosthesis is delayed un-l
til a child lour or five years
old,, he may resent," Harland ex explained.
plained. explained. "He may also have
learned compensatory, habits
which would further complicate
his adjustment to a prosthetic de
vice-;' t
PALYINO IT SAFI
BIG RAPIDS, Mich. '-(UP)--A
police' department campaign to
teach children not to accept rides
from strangers really took, hold
with Glen Newton, an elementary
school student. Glen's orincioal
spotted the little boy after school
one day and offered him a ride
home. "Oh, no," Glen answered,
"My parents and teachers told me
never 10 get to a.car. wiui any-
body. .

AT 57 t4H" STREET

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
k 1. Fee. da In Cos Am Hi U
, FOTO DOMY
" Jatlo AjwcuHBa At, and n Si.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS
, M Stmt Ne. H

FOR RENT
Houses .'
FOR RENT: C Z. vacation
'quarters, 4 bedrooms Las Riaa,
June 16-Sept. 5. Balbaa 3101.
FOR RENT 3 bedroom chalet,
furnished, screened Bothaaia
635. Inquire Tel. 2-0107 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. 1
FOR RENT: Vacation quartan
June 15 ta Sept. 1, Completely
furnished house, kitchen, dining
and living room, 3 bedrooms (I
air-conditioned) , 2 hatha, maid's
quartan, large yard, garage. Lo Located
cated Located Bulla Vista. Phone 3-6757.
FOR RENT s--Vacatioa quartan,
Paitilia. From July 7 until Sept.
13: 3-btdroem concrete haute
- completely furnished, including
. refrigerator. Front end back pa
tiot, largo backyard. Call 2 2-0620,
0620, 2-0620, 8 a.m. ta 5 p.m.; 3-3866
after S p.m.
FOR RENT: Beautiful 4-bed-room
residence: outside terrace,
garden. Corner Federke Boyd
Ave., and Via EspaAa. May be
inspected new. Near Hotel II
Panama. Phone Balbaa 2870.
FOR RENT: Furnithed haute.
Wettwood Farm, 4 miles from
Arraijan Check Statian, Thatch Thatcher
er Thatcher Highway.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Reomi, $45-$50.
East 22nd Street Locale for of office
fice office Phone 2-1508. 3-0850.
FOR RENT: Camp Alegre.
Nicely furnished cool room with
delicious meals, private bath.'
Call 3-1789
Air Acreage Will Go
On Sale In Chicago
CHICAGO (UPV- Anyone in-
terested in buying 17 acres up in
the air. -
Illinois Central Railroad authori authorities
ties authorities eaid they are ready to sell
that much to interested buyers.
A company representative.Arth
ur Carlson, said that with the pur purchase
chase purchase of 3 1-3 acres for $2,270,000
by the builders of the Prudential
buildine the. pioneer work has
been don and any. future negoti
ations would be simpler.
Carlson said 1 the Prudential
building, a mammoth new struc structure,
ture, structure, was the first step in the de
velopment of the original 80-acre
tract ove.v. liimois Central prop
erty, and that promoters have
been considering further develop-
mtnt,
I. Censineers did not say what
the air rights would cost buyers,
but they said that past estimates
had rangea from, SO to 200 million
dollars for the whola tract,
Carlson- said the air property
extends over I C.-owned land from
Randolph Street south to the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago River and east to Lake Mich Michigan.
igan. Michigan. He said as far back as the
1930's promoters 'talked about the
construction of a Chicago Radio
City there, or apartment hotels, or
new and bigger eniee- mnuungs.
New Seed Laws
Effective
In N.Y. State
GENEVA. N. Y. --(UP)- If
you're planning to buy some seed
for that .backyard garden, here's
some sound advice:. "Read before
you buy"
Dr. b. e. uarx. neaa 01 tne
department of seed investigation
at the Cornell experiment station,!
recently explained the New York
state seed law which went into ef effect
fect effect the first of the year.
The new seed Jaw contains
numerous revisions and-soma en
tirely new, features,': aaid Dr.
Clark. .'.
"But the law is primarily-a li
beling law," he added.
"Tbis means tnat its nenenu
will go mostly to those who read
the label carefully before they
buy."
or example, u a seea nas neen
traat-d. it is now necessary to
label the packet with the name of I
the treatment or tne purpose, xor
which the seed was treated.
Airman Knows
Eyerv Rivet s
On Starfire Jet
NIAGARA FALLS. N. (W)
Staff Sgt. Floyd H. Bach knows
hi airDlanes.
One of a group of jelementary
school pupfls tourin? the 136th
Fighter-Interceptor Squadron ta-1
stallation asked the non-com now
manv rivets were used in putting
together an F-94-B Starfire jet. I
"Exactlv 921,000,". replied Sift
Bach without a moment's hesita hesitation
tion hesitation as the youngsters gaped at
him in amazement'
The airman, it seems, had done
a little private research on the
matter, figuring that someone
would com up with the poser
some day.

PANAMA

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
rump letem I Stood
. FARMACIA "SAS"
.v.' ; Via hntlU .. '.
- NOVEDADES ATHIS
, TU batae Am.
RESORTS
Spend. your, week ends at Rie
Mar, th beet bathing beach ia
the Republic, with all canva canva-aiencet.
aiencet. canva-aiencet. Madarata price. The'
new management bj anxiut ta
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable bout.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Otaaaaid Ottagea,
Santa Clara. Baa 435. Balbaa.
Phana Panama 1-1877. Critra Critra-bel
bel Critra-bel 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Balboa 1866
Spend your weekends at Santa
Clara Cosine Hotel, drinking,
dining and dancing.
HelpAVanted
WANTED-Geed Uundrets and
heuscwerker able to da light,
ceokmg for. bachelor. Write Boa
286 Ancon, CX far interview.

SOFT TOUCH UPSTICK

ADDS THREE
V
all
1

Soft Touch ty Ton!, a relatively new riser fa the highly
competitive $76 million dollar lipstick market, has added three
new shades ta its line: pink, Light Red and Deep Red.
"These new fashion shades, together with, the previous
favorites Rose, Red and Coral offer a bread eolor selec selec-tion,
tion, selec-tion, but not so large a line as te be -hard for a retailer ta
stock," according te Walter G. Willie, ylcepresldent in charge
of sales. . (Commercial Advt)

Leading Studsnts
-Ii 'I .1 atji-.- B

At an assembly held on the school steps last week; the'-athv
letle program of St. Mary's Parochial School, Balboa, was ter-
mtnated for the school year with the awarding of certificate
of merit and trophies to outstanding students of the -fifth,
sixth, seventh and eighth, grades. Mr. Louis Glud, Panahia
City business man; well' known for hi interest In the field of
athletics -for young people, made the presentation assisted by by-Mr.
Mr. by-Mr. Fred Mohl and Mrs. Wm. Klrkland, instructors of the boy'
and girl's groups respectively.
Receiving trophies were: Beat all around student for flrls,'
Ruth Thompson, trophy donated by Mr. and Mrs.' Wm. Kirk-
land; leadership; seventh and eighth grade group, Marlon Brad Bradley,'
ley,' Bradley,' trophy donated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reynolds; leader-'
ship, fifth and sixth grade group, Mary Ridge trophy donated
by Milton Halley; most improved student, Josephine Company.'
trophy donated by Captain and Mrs. Anker; most cooperative cooperative-student,
student, cooperative-student, Brenda Barnthouse, trophy donated by Mr. and Mra,
Joseph Kinkaid;, best all around boy student, Victor Dubois,"
"trophy donated by Louis F. Glud; most cooperative students
Thomas Kaska, trophy donated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Treraw

Way; most Improved student, Victor Putaturo, trophy donated
by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohl; leadership, fifth and sixth grade
group, Robert McGrath, trophy donated by Mr. and Mrs. Wei-

WeMamii! atjauviiiifai) ajvivuui aauu W4(UU6 RAtSUV 1UUI JTCeVA M "g
troDhy donated by Mr. and Mrs. Toman. An additional num.-

ber of students received Certificates of Merit it! these categories;

GOP Cczphccncy

To Ike's Hc-EIcclIcn, r Says lllxca

WASHINGTON. June 2 (UP)
Vice President Richard N. Nixon
said yesterday President Eisenhow
er can win a bigger victory in No-!
vember than he won in 1952 u tne
Republicans get out a big vote.
He called it a "Dig U," saying
there is danger of a light vote when
people are satisfied.
Mion said ue people luce me
GOP slogan of peace and prosperi
ty "and want it continued for four
morn veara" desnite Democratic
sneers that it is a product of "Madi
son Avenue" advertising writers.
GOP party workers must get out
a big vote for the President to ca
pitalize on tins sentiment, ne taia
"If we do not have a bit! vote,
he said, we run a risk that a min-j
onty will decide wno snau oe pres
ident and who snau control ue
Senate and House"
Mr. Eisenhower also stressed the;
importance of electing a Republic
an congress yesterday in assuring
the citizens be. will do everyuung
he can to assure a GOP sweep.
The President also warned against
complacency;
Nixon sooke at closing sessions
of a national conference of the "Ci-
tizens for Eisenhower' organiza
tion. He was given an enthusiastic

gATCSDAY, JO'X it, Kit

FOR
12 WORDS
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SAL!: B.SJW motorcycle,
153, 650 c. Juan B, Seta St
Ne. 2. Telephone 2-5426 frona
8:00 ta 12:00 naaa and fraaa
. 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. .'..- 1
FOR SALEw195I AJS meter
' cycle, 500cc aingla cylinder,
$200 ar best offer. .Phn 1
507. ..
LESSONS
BALLROOM DANCING CLASS ;
tS. New courta begin 7 p.m. -Jim
8, Balbaa Y.M.C.A.' Phona
, PATRICIA jRAYMER 25 3700
evenings.- ,' (',
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors rt.'x
FOR SALE- 1955 Elgin, out;
board motor, never been used-'
$120. Can 85-41 89.
T
NEW SHADES
JtK
Of St lory's 'J;
' am 'aea ' r v'-
Greatest Threat"
reception, although the group wTfl
not endorse him as Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's running mate until after the
uup national convention. .
The Republican National Com Committee
mittee Committee was disclosed to be con
sidering a suggestion that the San
Francisco convention be cut from
four days to three.
White House Press Seeretarw
James C. Hagerty told the citizens
the Democrats are "desperate and
haveat any issues." He said the
campaign will be rough and dirt;
because "they're going to throw
everything in the book'rat the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans with a "shotgun approach
hoping they will hit something."
Richard L. .Tobin, public- rela relations
tions relations director for the group, said
Republican workers must impress
upon Negro voters that continued
Democratic control of Congress will
mean that important committees
will still be run by "bigoted South
ern political hacks.
Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's economic adviser, told
the organization the President is a
chamcion of "sound economics
and has demonstrated "it is per.
- jsible to be president and to be right
aoout economics.



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SATTRDAT, JCNE 2, 195
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At the Theatres
FOR VILLA!
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THE SPIDER WEB
UJ-RORY .1 SHELLEY I GILBERT 4
' LOTTERY NIGHT!
Dale Robertson, in
SON OF SINBAD
- Also: .'
, Chapters 1-9
AL JENNINGS OF
OKLAHOMA
. CHAIN OF
WALT DISNEY'S
Humphrey Bogart (
Aldo Ray, in
WERE NO ANGELS
in VlsUVislon
HEADLINE HUNTERS
rjPWAT TVYITRT.HI
John WATNE Lauren BACALL, ia
BLOOD ALLEY
, In Cinemascope! Also:
Jane WTMAN -. Van JOHNSON, in
V(iUlWUil liaatlUlH nVWlilW
. DAVY CROCKETT
(King of The Frontier)
In COLOR by TECHNICOLOR!
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PICTURES!
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MIRACLE IN Trie RAIN
CIRCUMSTANCES
with Fess PARKER Buddy EBSEN
MARRY ME AGAIN
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Special Committee to Aid Small
Business Concerns Is Concreted

-LnvAnra 0f cancer detection work used at Gorgasand.
JnnSS HosnitaS Tare being demonstrated by Maj. John M. M.-Kohl
Kohl M.-Kohl SteSolo?lst"t Gorgas. JWottif on j BP -3 Howard

EPS

, HOLLYWOCD' (NEAi On-
Revolt of Jeanne Grain' VWhy
v.V '. rM.i... hav tn leave

. koine?" But a real puwler behind

th scenes m movieiowu
taocWown-anWr.

LoSwd'.HolIywol

, newsman;
i.. :. ..' .m4 nf :Pnl ai

v. '.vhT turned $25,000

r""rr".n Tt eariv $500,000

New, according te her em-
. iuui. ran-

tribute te er wppert

their four eniwren
then 10 yean et marriage, and
Jhi; obiocted when she gave her

nether money.

"Tea ana Sympathy" on the
straw-hat circuit. . Rita Hay-

worth's telling pals sne'U maae
her home in Pans from now on.

Cinerama" will have competition
,m new dual camera

.1.T IW ThriUarama. Devel

Sped in Tex... suh where every
T.r. I-- l.:wAi anil httr. :

lm"? 2. hnnV V Eurone In

June w
ti s movie ever fumed in

-r story of m

Veu"' offirer who

SSTWi'S. WMtar when
w AJS!r 5S5S

i wins iw"7" t.j
: r....t..j tib iim nnxteri had

her likeness slimmed almost to
that f Gary Cooper posed for
.photo with Gary in Pans. No
resemblanee. ,End.f publicity
etunt, ,
THfi WTTNET: Huso' Morgan's
Hllinfl about the wo real down
t silting en the curb,Jeok.ng
7 ..J "Mm., dad" Said

no, "h that the moon or the sun
JT'therer' "Man," replied the

-A., "don't asK mo. I w I

round here." "'

wissmwriTTiN. June 2 (UP)

President Eisenhower set unj a

special Cabinet commute ray
to strengthen the nation's 4 miJ miJ-u
u miJ-u .moii hucinssa pnncfmj and

HJll Oliiau wuu.mv h
make it easier for new ones to

get a foothold.

Tliere nate ueen ocmouuo

i uiii avtiiv w o

They have charged that small

firms especially are noi geiung
their share of the general pros-

perity., ,

'COMMITTEE MEMBERS
NAMED
Mr. Elsenhower nicked Dr. Ar

thur F. Burns, his chief econo econo-BHntcnr
BHntcnr econo-BHntcnr tn ha chairman of

WT"- ww w
the new committee. Other mem

bers are the secretaries or in

tense. Commerce ana Lsoor;
ruf.ni. MnhllWfr Arthur Flem-

mlng, Small Business Adminis

trator wenaeii b. earnes, ana
Housins Administrator Albert

M. Cole.
tr VlcanVlmirar J5M the rOITl

U1UVU.1I"..
mlttee will submit recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations for eovernment action

a nri If narnunrv. nmnosftd lee

cki.u, i

Islation "to strengmen me ecu ecu-nomlc
nomlc ecu-nomlc position of small business businesses
es businesses and to foster their sound de

velopment."

White House Pres. secretary

Tama r TTaffprtv was asked

IH aaxa. wlj v -"p -t

whether establishment Of tne

itfAA rpflprt.pfi ftdministra

tion concern over tne xauure oi

many smau businesses eacu

year. He saia mis was not nec necessarily
essarily necessarily so: ; Hagerty said ; the
President wanted a cabinet-lev?l
committee working on the prob

lems oi (m.u duwicm. :

SMALL OUTFITS' LOSE
GROUND v

Tli. TiarnnpraHi. pnntrolled

n .1 ivmw
Senate Small. Business Commit-:
tee said in its report on condi

tions last year mat tne maraew
place was being taken over by
hl anrnnrftMnnx. It aald this was

the "most conspicuous develop

ment" or l.aa as iar as mu

business was concerned.

troduclngf new products and new

processes.

CITE SMALL FIRMS RECORD'

Cooper Declines Senate Race

In Key Kentucky Sectioning

TT.TTVr.TON: Kv.. June 2 (UP)

John Sherman Cooper's detision

to not run lor tne unexpired am am-ate
ate am-ate term of the late Alben W, Bark Bark-iav
iav Bark-iav mi nait of (loom over a

He also said that in smaUl meeting of the RepubUcan Mate

firms manv men and women: Central Committee meeung nere io-

rlrifV a oln n tV nrt Con-

structlvely In the business world.

'Pn t.haaa anit related rea

sons, government policies tnat

make it easier for new business businesses
es businesses to be established and that

foster the growth of small eon

finn.f a niMaihl. iltermte choiC-

es to Coooer now include: Eldonll

S. Dummitt. a Lexmgton lawyer;

Paul Blaier. an ou company e-

vantiv- state Sen. Ed Warmer, i

Albany, Ky.; and state Rep. Henry j

Heyburn, Lomsvuie.. (

j.v j The commiuee may aiso aeouc;

m.. .Mhiiiftrin, Tn innii. wna uhiiv 10 ciu ai-aiv wmwunw wi

. nn.ivn miu' hnsnital for a name a nominee. In such a case,

TCCMHieo.oi

. ta A I r. r A TODAY

BfLOUr only

TOMORROW (Sun.) & MONDAY:

2:S.
4:30
(:30
t:3l

physical checkup, will be formally

announcea u ine mecuui

Dewev Daniel. GOP atate chair-

cerns enhance the welfare of; man. said Friday wat

the whole economy," he saw. ... rv-

Il SeUU Uiav nivB-M- '

. i i -

a movement cenamiy wouio uo i
started to try to induce Cooper to!
chanse his mind by a convention;

draft.

Georse J. Burner, vice presi

dent of the National Federation

of independent Business, called

estaoiisnment oi tne special
committee a "forward step."

SWw.v :.:-&.:-
f j :.
- ; w'
"1
f7

Linda Christian has been living

It-: nil in Moviln CltV With' tWO

dates the ever-present Edmund
Diininm and Antonnr Patino. the

South American tin king. Linda,

it's said, may appear in a movie
to be filmed south of the border.

SHORT TAKES: Hollywood

hears that Rita Gam (one of

r.nM Vollv'a hriiiesmaidsi is SUlr

nun than inst Monaco

fatigue. A very ill girl. . Janet

Blair about her coast-to-coast com

muting from New York for movies
.-j infiim.. l live in New York

but my home is really American

Airlines. . nea ssKeuoa
that in Russia they have a radio

program for their new commis commissars
sars commissars entitled "Seen for a Day.?

tn low th rnmmlttee Said.

wmi w-

small producers earned 2.3 cents
per dollar of sales compared
with 57 rents for the bleeest

mflmifnrt.iirers Last VtSr. It

said, this had cnangea to u.vd
cents for small firms compared
with .7.2 cents for the largest

onnparni

In a letter to Burna, Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower said small businesses are

in KHtinamlit 4fif liifmi1 1v '- T.nt

economic system, frequently W-

JJOMINATED Fred A.. Sea-

ton, Deputy Assisiaui. to
President, is shown outside
the White Hduse after he was
nominated by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to be secretary of Inte Interior,
rior, Interior, seaton was named to
succeed Douglas McKay, who
resigned to run for senator in
Oregon.
HOMI IMPROVEMENT!

- r.r mirv.RTV.Tt utn (UP

City officials here, anxious to

"improve the iooks oi me ciiy,
issued statement reminding
hnmenwnera that "Dalnting. re-

hinslina nr rlinhnardlnl

nil nnt increiu the assessment'

niu avw w wv.

. and therefore "we nope wis

will stimulate home improve

ments."

AAV MU M'W 0
the committee of Cooper's reasons

UJ II1US.V UVVOU1

The withdrawal or Mper, wo
was twice U.S. Senator from Ken.

tucky, poses a knotty problem lor

the committee raemuei w

meeting to choose a eanaioair wi
the four years remaining of Bark-

ley's term. ; . 1,.,; ,u

ir..t V aatllnVW H SBnl I lall "! IClf.

that a national ticket composea oil
President Elsenhower and V i e e
President Nixon coupled with a

senatoml ucset ot;
former Assistant Secretary of State

Thruston B. Morton would have

been unbeatable m wovemoer.

Morton, a iormer,vnres'"""'

was nominstea to oppo.
Earle C. Clements in the primary

election Tuesday. .
The national republican organiza organization's
tion's organization's hopes to gain both Kentucky
c ...i. in Nnvember were

aciiai-c -

dealt a severe diow aiso. wmw
tion of the Senate next January
aii Henend 6h the outcome

of the Kentucky race.

The Republicans nave iew
sibilities for the Senate nomination,
i : j-- rAMi. orhn nave the atate-

wide appeal of such possible demo-

.a. Aminaoa mm tiii inn uu v

CmUC IIUIiisaiv-iv
Lawrence W. Wetherby or Wilson

Wyatt, former Federal musing au-
miniatrafnr from Louisville.

Some of the names, being men-

. LESSON

' PROVIDENCE, RJ -UP--After
fining Edwin Cull, 31, $5 for.

driving his 1932 car wiuioui iena iena-mrm
mrm iena-mrm tha -inrisa turned to the de-

eta, ;

fanHsnt. a -..suDsutme SCHOOL,

t..W and uid: "Write. 'I Willi

.v... ... I I

not drive again without lenoers

100 times.

PISRFUMSO C'
DYNAMITE I : J V w
ClAUDEnE (X)LBKlly-:
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TiaHnOt.oi

THIS

Jones

IS HOLLYWOOD, Mrs.

Sine in a Hollywood Boulevard
novelty store has a concealed
music box, ''Lovely to Look At
1,11a the air at 120 pounds or nndar.
Over 120 pounds and if "Sixteen
aaam IS ", V...

Not In The Scripts Jerry Lewis
at the testimonial dinner for vet.

ran star Jean Hersnou.

. ini 99 m , sa
iaw Jack Warnof giving wait.

i$4t tip. Not W satn-fw. f

lives."

Hampton Suing

For 3 Millions
MFUT vnnir Juno 2 fUP

Band leader. Lionel Hampton yes

terday filed suit lor 3 muuon col collars
lars collars against a bus company and
the Firestone Tire Co., because
of an accident which occurred in
New Mexico ia 1955.

Plaintiffs in the federal suit do do-;a
;a do-;a Hamntnn were his wife, Cla-

oiuv. -.- r" . (

Hv. and 27 members ot ms w

chestra and tneairicai nuup.
Named with Firestone was the
Charter Coach Corp. of Newark,
N.J.

tv. .nit aM thai n a m v l v u

phartered a bus to tour the oun-

i i ti. iri,tnna tomoany

furnished the tires on a rental ba-

"u October,' 1955, while en route
. i. XI M a ritrht front

tire blew out and the bus skidded

off the highway ana miu
,i:th rat fnree and vio

lence, causing injury to the pas

sengers," the suit cnaig-

r nn. T;.vvi rarlcnn wilt have

competition m the living deparU

ent.loiiywooa -wux "'-;--
titled, "The Woman With Three
Lives." . Llbby Holman will
hold Montgomery Cuffs hands
during his convalescing following
that auto accident. . Jack Lar Larson
son Larson is hsiling TV for taking him

out ot tne lype-eaauns "'""t
Jack: "I was always the jerk in
those Warner Bros, pictures 1
made years ago." .
It's a dirty trick on Jack now
that all those pictures will be on
nl .nn I.ataat aNin OH MW

X V ,WU.
old movies for home screens, ny

the way, is 2,000 recently sold and
a nnn mnra tn ffn.

i iitian Bnth i emne dramatic

-ta a movie this summer titled,.'!

New Asst. Plans

Officer Arrives

arrived in the Canal Zone last

Sunday for duty at huhu-

Is assigned as assistant ruu

rl m

vwrw tj receiving his present

assignment he was on duty at

MacDonaiQ S iamuy wi
In the Canal Zone in the near

future.

Earth Tremors

(lock Iceland

uirvTr.TAtmr. Toeland. Jun

ttoi ieiv Khrn earth trem-

lors rocked southwest Iceland to

day. There were no reports oi

damage.
. rha shnlta wera centered A

hnnt on TYiitp tmith of- Revkia-

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-PAGE EIGHT

rex tax Am, American an independent daiii newspaper
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1S5I
1ZZ11
Pirates Could Lead
Ziop For IstTMe
In lEight Long Years
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 2 (UP) Those incredible
Pittsbtif ffh Pirates were on the very threshold today

of the "promised land" first place in the National I
. j xi i ii : u ii ur

jueague -ana ij uiey can matte me jump,
the first time in eight years.

Throwing irfi opening day,
thi Plratei haven't known what
lt'i like to be on top tines May
10. 1948.

Butihe amaiing Buccaneers

hrivitd to within a half came of

first place last night, moving in.
to second place over the Cardi

nals by coming irom Demna to
beat league-leading Milwaukee,
Veteran warren Spahn of the
Braves nursed a 1-0 lead until
fire eighth -when the Pirates put
two men on base with two out.
Bespectacled, Lee Walls then
tied off for his fourth homer of
fie campaign and Dale Long
followed with his 15th circuit
I Bob Mend, who left the same

tr k pinch runner in the 8th.
ruck out eight batters and
; fare up five Bits In posting his
Bnth triumph. Nellie King
; ManVaif the- Rraven nn nna' hit

Erer the last two frames.
. ;pob Miller stopped an eighth-

mmng cardinal tnreat to neip
IJuthpaw Curt Simmons of the
Bhillies get credit for a 5-2 vic victory.
tory. victory.
8Lmmon regfatered his see see-Md
Md see-Md Vfcrtary but Miller bailed
; him rat in the eighth when
- the Cards narrowed th Phil
3es margin to 3-2 and stop,
ed St. Louis the rest of the
way. The Phils scored what
proved to be the deciding ran
ia the third inning- off Tom
Poholsky when Stan Lopsta
tripled and scored on Del En
sis' infield hit.
. A good relief pitching job by
Bteve RidzUc paved the way for
a J-2 victory by the Giants over

the Redlegs. Rldilk took over
tot Giant starter Joe Margoneri
In'the third Inning and held Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati until the ninth when
Hijyt Wllhelm and Johnny Mc Mc-cau
cau Mc-cau were called on to, throttle a

ztnai Remeg tnreat. Joe nux

ma- wriM loser, anrao our-

gwand Ray JCaitj5qp jwmer-eii.

Gen Baker's two-run homer
tt the 15th inning gave the last last-place
place last-place Cubs a 4-2 decision over
the fifth-place Dodgers. The de delist
list delist was charged to Ed Roe-j
Mielr tha fourth TVufoar n1tr.h.

; who replaced Sal Maglle after

ague had walked two batters.

Rum ion, was the winner. Er

nie Banks and Duke Snider also
homered.
Bob. Kennedys grand-slam
homer was the key blow in De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's 8-S victory over the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. DesDite the loss, the Yan

kees remained 6W games In

front in the American League

race. Kennedy hit his homer off

Tommy Burke in tn0 mm m m-ninsr
ninsr m-ninsr and with a 6-1 lead, the

Tigers had clear sailing there-

alter. Aitnougn mcxea iot nom-

ers by Ed Robinson ana Byrne,

Frank Lary went the distance

for Detroit and registered his

fourth victory, three of which
have been over the Yankees, j

Pitcher Connie Johnson and
outfielder Bob Nieman, recent recently
ly recently traded by the Whit Sox to
the Orioles, did. their former
teammates dirt as they com combined
bined combined to lead Baltimore to a
2-2 victory over Chic ago.
Johnson hurled a five-hitter
for his first victory while
Nieman drove In all three Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore runs with a pair of sin
lies off Bob Keeran. :

Left-hander Bob Wiesler of

the Senators pitched his first
complete game in the majors in
beating Bob Lemon of the In Indians,
dians, Indians, 5-3. The loss was Cleve

land's fourth straight ana oaa-

ly. it was Lemon's namesake.

Washingon outfielder Jim Lem

on, who drove in the aeciaing
run in the seventh with a sin

gle. Bob Lemon, who-' suffered
his second defeat, homered for
the Indians. The victory was
Wlesler's first.

Tom Brewer, the right-handed

ace of the Red Sox pitching
staff, hurled a five-hitter a-

gainst the K.C. athletics. xne

Red Sox, hopped on rookie Troy

aernagfr lor two runs in me

second inning on three singles

and a sacrifice fly and that
proved enough tor Brewer, who
registered his sixth straight vic victory
tory victory and seventh of -the season.

Ted Lepcio and Jim riersau pac

ed Boston's 15-hit attack with

three hits apiece.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Lee
Walls of the Pirates, whose
three-ran homer in the eighth
inning was the b'g blow in 9
4-1 victory ever the Braves. ..

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Paul Haha

NEW TWIST Paul Hahn,
professes to be puzzled, but the

trick, golfer hits the ball 250 yards

with this triple-jointed wood. It
also comes in handy shooting be behind
hind behind trees.

Leaders
In The Majors

LEADING BATTERS
Based on 100 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and Club g ab r h pet

Long. Pitts. 39 149 29 57 .383

Boyer, St. Louis 40160 31 59 .369

Aaron, Mil. 30 115 23 40 .348
Moon, St. Louis 40 140 30 47 .336
Walls, Pitts. 36 110 23 37 .336

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Mantle, N. Y. 43 160 45 67 .419

Maxwell, Det. 33 104 24 39 .375

Kuenn, Detroit 40 165 23 57 .345

Berra, N. Y. 35 132 24 44 .333
Goodman, Bos. 40 159 29 51 .321

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Teams
Milwaukee r

Pittsburgh

St. XiOUlS v
Cincinnati
Brooklyn v
New York
Philadelphia,.

umcago ..u

. (NEA Telephoto) r
THEY'RE OFF! This overhead view shows the start of the 40th running of the Indiana Indianapolis
polis Indianapolis 500-mile Speedyay Classic. Jim Rathman is driving the front car, and right behind
are Pat O'Conner and Pat Flaherty. -.

S i

HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 20
Long, pirates 15
Boyer, Cards 12
Banks, Cubs 12
Berra, Yankees ., 12
Sievers, Senators ........ 12
Bauer, yanks 12.

. RUNS BATTED Di
Mantle, Yanks .........
Boyer, Cards
Long, "Pirates
Muslal, Cards
Berra, Yanks

50
41
40
35
35

RUNS
Mantle, Yanks ,.

Bauer, Yanks ....
Blaslngame, Cards
Sievers, Senators
McDougald, Yanks

45
35
33
32
32

, If HITS

Mantle, Tanks

Boyer, Cards

iiong, riftties ....... ...i
. Kuenn, Tigers . ..
Goodman, Red Sox ,...

f ixchiNG.
t (Based oa Decisions)

67
59
57
57
51'

:-HW,-i "Pet

Lawrence, Redlegs, .M 8 E- 0 1000
Ford. Yanks ....u.. 1.1 75

Brewer, Red Sox .... 7 1 .875
Friend. Pirates 9 2 .818

Lemon, Indians'...... 6

Kucks, Yanks 6
Wilson. White Sox ... 8

Pierce, White Sox ... 6

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RIGHT SIDE UP When he lost control of his car early in
the Indianapolis Speedway Classic, Paul Russp banged into the
southwest turn.vRusso Jumped out of the vehicle-and itan
across the track to get out of the way of other drivers.

Stengel Grumbles About

sou .ffvv r

Punk Yankee Pitching

NEW YORK, June i-(UP) 1

The manager of the New Yorx
Yankees Is a tough man to
please. j
The Yankees hold a six and
one-half game bulge but Casey
Stengel grumbled "It's surpris surprisingbecause
ingbecause surprisingbecause our, pitching has

been puns.

English Schoolboy
leading In Finals

Of British Amateur

TROON! Scotland. June 2

(tjp i- John Beharrell, 18-year-

old English schoolboy, led Leslie
Taylor of Scotland, 4 up, today

after 18 holes or tneir 36-noie

final in the British Amateur

Golf Tournament.

The morning roono .was
played In a drisillng ra'n, with
a cold stiff breeie whipping

the ancient Troon course. A
kited bagpiper playing Scot Scottish
tish Scottish airs led the finalists out
to the first tee.
Taylor, a 32-year-old sales.

man, played poor goii in me
morning round and young Be Beharrell
harrell Beharrell did not have to produce
anything spectacular In order to
forge his four-hole lead at the
lunch intermission.

After Taylor had noled out a

30-yard chip shot to even the
match on the third hole; Dehar-
..11 .n.nt fh. nevt. three. The

1GU IVbUI VHO j ...

Scot bunkered the fourth, over-

chipped on the fiftn, and lana lana-ed
ed lana-ed in two bunkers on the sixth
to take a seven.

Beharrell went 4 up when
Taylor missed a four-foot putt
on the e'ghth, but the Scot
won back a hole at the ninth
when Beharrell missed a two
looter..-. .-:,,v s
Tavlor continued to nlay erra

tically on the incoming nine. He

failed on a nve-1001 puti 10 lose

th 10th. then won tne inn

when he canned a 30-footer for

a birdie. Beharrell went 4 un

again at the 15th when the Scot

Dunicered a snort su-yara we
shot, the English youth lost the

17th wnen he missea a rour-ioot

putt, and then took the 18th
when Taylor failed to sink a

flve-fo6ter. "I ' " ""

A glum crowd of about 2,500
Scots followed the pair around
on the morning round.

ii.' (,,'.;.iv;iL.i.. ; ..

Stengel admitted It was lucky

for the Yankees that Mickey
Mantle is so hot at the plate.

The Yankee skipper explained I

"I have two or tnree pitcner?
Who should be going good and

aren't straigntenea out. me
staff is all mixed up."

- a
Rteno-ei doesn't mention any

names but the record speaks for

Itself. Whltey Ford,, with a
seven and one record, is the lone
tnnriniit The others Tommy

Bvrne. Don Larsen, Bob Turley

and company haye been dlsap

polntments.

rh vanlreK manager repeat

ed "We've been lucky to do it

without the pitching."

Speaking of pitching, there is
a Boston right-hander who has
a ; rather unusual preference

when facing the Yankees. Tom

Brewer would rather face Man'

tie who leads the league in six

hitting rienartmentx x n a n

catcher Yom Berra. Ana bw

Ron De.aney,
Gunnar Nielsen

In 3:59

insisted that-in a clutch spot-

most leaeue Ditchers, would a

gree with him. ..

Brewer explained 'Mantle is

tremendous. You can strike him
out three times and the fourth
time he homers on you. But get

two strikes on Manue ana you
can make him go for a bad,
breaking pitch." ; The- Bed Sox
star continued-V'Berra may go
for bad pitches at the start but
Yogi doesn't go for that had

pitch with two struces on mm." 1

Brewer has a record of seven

wins and one loss just the op opposite
posite opposite of his Memorial Day rec record
ord record last year but he insisted he
is pitching the same way.- He
then admitted one slight change.
Brewer said pitching coach

Dave Ferriss made a suggestion

during spring training. Ferriss
told Brewer to slow down his
delivery. Brewer laughed "I did

and night turned into day."

COMPTON. Calif.. June 2

(UP) Ireland's1 Ron Delaney

and Denmark's Gunnar Nielsen
today were added to the list of

athletes who have run a mile in

less than four minutes.

The two runners, co-holders of

the world J 1,500 meters. last

night became the seventh and

eighth mllers to turn the feat

when they ran at the 17th an

nuai compton Relays. Delany

ran the distance in 3:59 while

Nielsen was timed in 3:59.1.

It was the 14th time that

better iJ than : four-minute mile

has been 'recorded. The great
Australian distance star John
Landy, w,6fld record holder at

3:58, nas done the trick six

times, '

Delaney brought' the crowd of

9,300 spectators. -'to'-- their leet
with, .hls brilliapt spurt in the
final 200. yards. Pp to that stage

he had ne,ver been in first place,

Frea uwyer, 01 me u.s was

third in 4:00.1 minutes and Boh

by Seaman, also of the U.S., fin

ished fourth fin- 4:01.4.

Neither Delaney nor Nielsen

had been under four minutes

previously, -..although, the Irish Irishman.
man. Irishman. had competed against Lan

dy when his countryman v Jim
Bailey beat hi mrecently at the

Los Angeles Coliseum in 3:58.8.

Delaney was nervous before

the start of the race and ; ad

mltted after winning, "My train trainer,
er, trainer, James Elliott, had more

faith in me than I had myself."

He attributed his victory to

new pair of spike shoes given to
him before tbe-racev.- :He e was

having difficulty ,wlth his old

TODAY'S GAMER
New York at Cincinnati
Brooklyn at .Chicago (2)
'Philadelphia at St Louis v
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Bkln. 000 000 020 000 0002 10
Chi. 000 000 200 000 0024 8 i

CraiET. Lablne. Maslie. Roe-

buck X 1-2) and Campanella.

Brosnan. Lown. Valentinetti.

uavis, jones (2-4) ana Lanantn.

(Night Game '.'

New York 000 012 0003 7 0
Cincinnati 010 000001-2 10 1

Marironerl. Rldzik (2-1). Wil-

helm, McCall and Katt, wes-trum-
-

Nuxhall (1-5), Fowler and Bur

gess.

(Night Game) 1

Philadelphia 201 000 0025 I I

si. iiOui 000 000 1102 7 3

Simmons (2-3). R. MIRm-.' and

LOData

Poholsky (3-3), 8chmidt Jack-

1"

BOXING

Former Heavyweight' Cham'

Dion Ezard Charles apparently

has an outdoor match lined up

at Phoenix. Reports- in pnoenix

say Charles a frequent loser I

recently will fight Zora Folley

on June 26 in the open.

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PANAMA
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pair which, had.

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some twisted

Ilalicml League

w
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;23
.21
.19
.16
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Pet
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i95
75
53
J28
.432
J71

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2
3

6V4

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American. Les-

Teams 1

New York
Chicago
Clevellnd .:,
Boston t :

Baltimore
Detroit ...
Washington
Kansas City

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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Baltimore :
Kansas City at Boston
Detroit at New York
Cleveland at Washington (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

(Night Game) x
Chicago 000 000 10t 2 5

BHSimore 201 000 OOx 3 8

(NiRhtCamelt .r 't

Pittsburgh 000 000 040-4 9 0
Milwaukee : 000 010 0001 8 n

Tiena (-Z), King and Folles

bpann (3-4). Johnson anil;

Crandall.'

Keeean (2-2) Consneirra anl

Loiiar: ; ;-

Johnson (1-1) and Trlandos.
(Night Game) t
Kansas Citly 000 000 000 0 5 0'
Boston 020 001 llx 5 15 0
Herrlage tl-4), Shanta,- Crim Crim-lan
lan Crim-lan and Ginsberg.
. Brewer (7-1) and White.
(Night Game)
Cleveland Olioonnni 1

Washington 000 021 llx 6 jt j

Lemon
Hegan.

NarleskI

and

Welsler (1-2)-Fltz
Gerald., j

and Berberet,

Detroit 000 240 0008
New York 000 102 0003

Lary (4-5) and Wilson.
Byrne (2-1) and Berra.'

FoCTMeweight Champ

iBfaUon ComrSitted

Mental Institution

To

California Governor
Given Free Hand In

Revamping Boxing

LOg ANGELES, June 2 (UP)

Gov. Goodwin J. Knieht' to

day had a "free hand" to revise
California boxing and wrestling

regulations with tne announce

ment that -all five members of
the State Athletic Commission

were submitting their reslgna

tlons. -t

The commissioners': action

followed a state investigation

which revealed purse spiitung

and at least .a dozen anegea
''flxed, fights. ' '

The governor stressea yester yesterday
day yesterday that as far as he knew there

had been "no 1 accusauons 01

misconduct" against we com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. There was no indication he
requested the resignations. He
hai cairi earlier he did not be

lieve the commissioners actually
had enough time to properly
oversee boxing in addition 'to
their private business. He indl-r
cated adoption of. a. full-time,
paid commission patterned after
that of New York might be con

sidered. --. ,.

Knight said he thougnt ine
resiirrmtlnn "micrht be a sten In

the right direction" since it
would give him a clean slate to
start with. 1

Commission Chairman Nor Norman
man Norman O. Houston, of Los Angeles,

said the commissioners felt "the
governor should be given a free
hand in any type of reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization which he feels he wants."

Resigning. with Houston were
members Edward I. Beck. .Los
Angeles; Dan O. Kilroy, Sacra Sacramento;
mento; Sacramento; S. Thomas Bucciarelli,
Arlineton. Calif., and Josenh

Phillips, San Francisco. Phillips
announced, his .resignation, first
and the others followed suit

after a fourway telephone con
ference. v

CHICAGO. June 2 (UPW SI

years ago, when Johnny Bratton

wag weiierweignt cnamplon of
the world, he talked about call calling
ing calling it a career while he was still
healthy.

In those 'days. Bratton said.

"If you fizht too lonr. vou mav

lose your marbles. .That he

said "won't happen to me."

Toaay. Bratton 29 years old

was committed to a state men

tal Institution In Illinois.-

Durlncr his career. Bratton

earned more than $300,000. But.

it went. Where? Nobody seems

to know. Friends told a Judge in

unicago mat Bratton is penni penniless.
less. penniless. Doctors testified that the
former champ is a sick man
mentally and needs treatment

judge waiter Stevens then

directed that Bratton be sent to
the state Instituion at Manteno,
Illinois. Bratton didn't attend

he hearing. He waited outside,

The former welterweight king

told a friend, "I kind 01 none
they can help me." r

One of the five members has

resigned from California's Box Boxing
ing Boxing commission' as a result of a

recent investigation.

Commission member Joseph

Phillips forwarded his resigna

tion to Governor Goodwin

Knight yesterday In 1 letter
that called the findings of the

investigation "shocking.' Phil Phillips
lips Phillips said that as a result of ev evidence,
idence, evidence, including fixed fights-
the commission, "has lost pub
11c confidence." ,,
Attorney James Cox who con con-ducted
ducted con-ducted the Investigation has
proposed a three-man commis commission
sion commission for California, presumably

pamea aiier tne New York
setup. Cox also hag suggested a
close alliance between the box-

uig wuiimaaiuus VI new JfOrK
and California.

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Washington, D.C, have four- of
the records heing .offered, for
approval as the best in the
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' MILWAUKEE, Wis, June S
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NEW YORK (NEA) Dale Long

had treated Brooklyn pitchers as

though he were enjoying batting
Dractice. whea the Pittsburgh first

baseman went on a program that

follows games at Ebbets Field.

Don Newcombe was tne uoager

snswennt auesuons by fans.

The quiz concluded, isewcomoe

turned to Long and said: "I just

want to ask you one wing. Did

Branch Rickey try to make a left left-handed
handed left-handed catcher wit of you?"

Long replied in the affirmative.
Newcombe shook his head.

Watching Long now, that seems

as incredible as the first 11 years

of his career. Other players stag staggered
gered staggered around for years before

cracking .the headlines in the ma

ors, but none naa sucn an extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary run as the big first sack

er Casey Stengel found on Green

Bav. Wis., sandiots alter tne ureen

Bay Packers onered to taie mm

directly from prep school into pro

fessional football. -: rv

LONG WILL NEVIR crash

baseball's Hall of Fame, but he
has put a baseball in Cooperstown
the one be belted for his seventh
home run in as many consecutive

cames. None of tne many Hants

of tne game before mm did mat.

Even tne St. Louis Browns at

their worst turned Long back.

This in the same season that

Rickey attempted to finally get

some mileaee out of Long as a

left-handed catcher, and insisted it
wasn't a gag. The Missourian had

been around tor seven years

then.

What suddenly transformed

Long from a spotty minor leaguer
to the most respected batter-, in
the National League, its leader in

home runs and runs-batted-in7

"Dale Just corrected a common

ailment." explains Brancn Mickey.

Jr. "As Andy Seminick of the

Phillies oolnted out tne outer asy.

Ditchers no longer get him out

pitching high and tight That pitch

has Dotnerea a tot at niners.

RICKbTtV JR VIC! PRISI

DENT in charee of Buccaneer

branches, recalls that, Dolph Ca Ca-milli
milli Ca-milli was retarded by the same
fault, had to learn to lay off the

high and tight pitcn. oeiore start

ing a highly productive 10 year

stretch with the Phillies and Dodg

ers, i

"The bitch is usually a ball and

they'd strike out." be recollects.

"All Lone has done is cut .down

his strikeouts. He quit overswing overswing-ing,
ing, overswing-ing, started to meet the ball. The

sheer oower waa always mere, a

isn't exactly healthy for pitchers
ta come downstairs on him."

Makin the slow "arrival" of

Loni. now 30.. all the more,. tin

usual is the fact that he is no part
of a Zeke Bonura at first base or
a truck horse on the bases. His
running speed is only a little be

low average. He is a, good field fielder
er fielder with fine hands.," ,.

LONO CRIDITS IOIBY 6RA

6AN for his develooment with Hol

lywood of tne pacific toast

It is a fact that Long never naa

much chance in the big leagues
until Fred Haney started to string

along with mm on Memorial way

of last year. :' :

Dale Lone would like to nave

his break be an object lesson.

Looking at his record, players

should' never live up ana mag

nates should give the hired hand

a fair trial.

By BEANS RIARDON
24 Years, in National League
Written Hr NIA Service

question: With a runner on

second base, the pitcher hiu the
batter. The ball bounces back to

the base of the stands. The run

ner comes home. A play is made
on him, too late, and during it the

batter-runner goes to second base.

Is this legal or is it a dead ball
the moment it hits the batter?

Lou Webber.

Answer: It is a deed ball the
moment it hits the better. Run Runners
ners Runners may advance only when
forced. Se- the runner hero must
stay et second base end the bat
tor takes first.

Q. How do you score the plsy

when a cateher miases a third
strike, allowing the runner to
reach first base? Bob Buckley.

A. He m charged wfm an error.
O. How many have hit 58 home

runs during a major league sea

sen? Ralph Lambert.

Two Hank treener a n 4
Jimmv Foxx.

Q. How many have managed the

Yankees since Joe McCarthy aad

who are they? Russell Donner.

A. Four Bill Dickey, Johnny
Noun, Bucky Harris end Casey
Steneel.

Q. How many major league

clubs was Lippy Leo Dumber

with?-Eddie Philbm.

A. Five .The Yankees, Reds
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professional semi-professional ball in South Dakota this summer. He is expected to be given a big bonus bv a
maior league club. His father was the other half of the brother act with Diazy and Cards

Fight Crowd Not Sold On Sugar:

'Robinson Champ Of Only Olson 9

By JMMY BRESLTN
NEW YORK (NEA) When Ray

Robinson stepped off a triain from

California at New York's Grand

Central Station, he found one of the

strangest welcoming committees a

champion has received.

' "We hive the money to guaran

tee him, and that ia the only thing

that would stop us from winning

the title," said Marv Jensen, who

manaeea liene tullmer.

"lhe commission should make

him light my guy. Robinson
wouldn't have a chance and be

knows it," said Bob Melnick, who

tniides KalDh Tiser Jones.

"Make the match and we'll have
a championship again," yelled Jo
De John for his' Carmen Basilio.
Those around Bobby Boyd in

Chicago began figuring for a good
match that would put their boy in
the picture. i
From one end of boxing to the

other, it seems, anybody who has
a middleweight feels all that : is

needed to-win the .title is a siened

contract with sugar Ray Room

aon.

"He's only the champion of

Bobo Olson," they yell.
Nat Fleischer," the ring his

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torian, compares it to- the 1946 you tell him of the many who think

welterweight tangle.. That was Robinson got -away with murder
when Al Weill and Marty Servo in his comeback.
owned the 147-pound title. Every-' "He is old, yes," Braca says,

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easy. : r him about 19 instead of 38. I

Robinson remembers the situs- know, he couldn t hurt anybody all
tion. He was No. 1 in line. through his comeb ck and we told
Robinson now goes on pride, but him to quit particularly after
any thoughts that the greeting be lost to Tieer Jones and took a

would ruffle him are quickly tos- decision from Johnny Lombardo in

ku vui. !iincinnau. ne looxea awiui a-
' "I hooe a lot of oeonle think gainst Imharrloit was in MinTi

some, of these fellows can beat of '55.

me," he says. "That would bring.
customers in the house. Training "But he seemed to know more
for Olson, I ran five miles in 45 about himself than we did. He
minutes every morning. Thai's the wanted to keep going and he knock knock-same
same knock-same time as it takes to go 15 ed out Ted Olla in three, beat
rounds. Garth Panter and Rocky Castellani
"All. the people are telling me and that was an impressive one
how tired I looked in the third and and then hit Olson,
fourth Tounds of the second fight I "Robinson is about five times

Some say I looked like I was fall, the fighter he was against Jones."
ing apart. That was on TV. I i
"It was different in the ring. I The question is, then, whether
just stopped doing things so Olson Robinson has come along or

would get some confidence and merely found a soft touch in Olson

start throwing a lew leads. That si Fullmer, who won a hot one

By JACKIE BURKE
Master of the Masters
Written for NEA Service
NEVER underestimate the pow

er of suggestion in golf.

How often have' you seen a golf

er being painfully careful not to
hit the ball out of bounds who did
just that? Few people shank who
did not have a shank in mind. Few
are chronic slicers who do not

have an apparition of a slice par

ade across their imagination.

Discipline your thouaht to the

type of shot you want. You don't

care to have your opponent sneers

who do not have an apparition of

a slice parade across their imagin
tion.

Discipline your thought to the
tvoe of shot vou want. You don't

care to have your opponent sug-'

gest that you are about to shank.!
Whv. then suggest it to yourself?

Thinking is preparation for the
shot, not part of it. I
But you have W hit the ball.
Nothing can be more important 1
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thought in mind as I addressed
the ball. Two and I'm dead. The
one thought is always the same:
"Hit the ball!"
And elementarv as it may be.

too many players fail to keep in
which is supposed to be the key to
Robinson.
Until Ray Robinson defends
again, you can see him two ways
as a bona-fide great back in
shape or. as the ancient cham champion
pion champion of weak-chinned Bobo Ol Olson
son Olson and a sitting duck tor a
strong kid.

mind that there are II holes to
a game not 17V4.

The last putt must be played as

deliberately as the first drive. .(
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kv wranciscO. June J

, 'TJP) Sen. Estes Kefauver moy moy-a
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today in his bid for Democratic
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California primary but

Adlal Stevenson wasn't far oe

l as the Tennessee senator
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ocratlc organization, which sup

ports Steven son, ana was

promptly accused of playing a
"professional underdog" In an

effort to win sympathy votes.

He chareed that the state's

Democratic leaders were unable
to win offices for the party "in
spite of the fact there is a Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic majority in this state of

nearly a million voters."

The lanky senator said the

leaders were using the Steven

son campaign to keep control of

the party In California, ..
, William H, Orrlck Jr.; north.

era California campaign chair chairman
man chairman for Stevenson, Immediately
accused Kef auver of abandoning
the issues to campaign "on a
platform of personal vilification
of Governor Stevenson." ;
"As to the completely discred discredited
ited discredited bossism charge," Orrick
said,' "Kefauver is again trying
to win sympathy by playing the

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He has used the same bankrupt

tactics in otner states without
success."

BOMBAY. June 2 (UP) Po

lice today charged into a stone stone-throwing
throwing stone-throwing "peaceful resistance"

crowd of 50,000 marchers who

were nrotestlne the decision of

Prime Minister Jawaharlai Neh Nehru's
ru's Nehru's government to turn Bombay
into a federally-run district.

First reports said two or three

persons were injured, police ar

rested 689 persons, mostly dem

onstrators.

The trouble started when the

thousands of Maharastrian sym

pathizers attempted to move to

ward the entrance to a camp
where Nehru's ruling Congress
Party was holding Its conven

tion. """ .- : . ,.

Other demonstrators already

were squatting on the ground
outside the campsite. Both

groups represented the Maha

rastrian speaking population

which wants Bombay included

in a new state set up along lan language
guage language lines.

When the demonstra tort

moved forward to put their pro protest
test protest to Nehru, the police moved
in and pushed them back. The
crowd was driven Into an empty
field.-

When Its members started

throwing stones, the police re

taliated with a charge in which

they used their clubs freely.

While this was going on, Neh

ru was addressing the conven

tion. He said tnat.sucn stone stone-throwing
throwing stone-throwing type of violence "will
be put down, even if It costs my

government,

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Texan Millionaire,
Presidential Adviser
Dies Aged 82 Years

HOUSTON, Tex. June S tUPH

Jesse Holman Jones, a Tennessee

farm boy who built a $100 million
fortune in Texts and served as a

cabinet member and adviser to

presidents, died last night atv the

age OI 02. f t !.;-.::,','

Jones had been critically ill al

most a week. A nephew, John T.
Jones, said his uncle passed away

President ( Roosevelt -once- de

scribed Jenes as "the only man in
Washington who csn. and does, say
yes' and 'ao' intelligently 24 hours
a day.",- v

Jones never got beyond gram grammar
mar grammar school, although in later life
a dozen colleges and universities

give him honorary degrees.

Funeral arrangements were being

maae loaay.

His survivors included his Wife.

the former Marv Gibbs of Hexia.

Tex., whom he married in 1920.
They had no children.

Physicians blamed death on ure uremic
mic uremic poisoning. Jones underwent an

operation March 28 for a kidney
blockage, but was released from

St. Luke's hospital, where his con

dition steadily grew worse. He was

under an oxygen tent most of yes-

icraay ana aiea at a:30 p.m.
"Texas has lost one of its truly
great men," Gov. Allan Shivers

of Texas said. "Jesse Jones has

long been a great American and
an outstanding Texas citizen."
"Following many years of re

markable success in the fields of

business, finance and statecraft, he

dedicated the last several years of

nis me io numannarian endeavors
in the world.

"His contribution to the progress
of his state will long stand' as a

guiae to tnose who seek to- serve
the public welfare in future years.

I navt lost a close nersonal

inena.

MOSCOW. June 2 (UP) V. M.

Molotov.' strong right arm of the

late Josef Stalin, resigned as for

eign minister yesterday. He was

succeeded by Dmitri Sbepuov, ed editor
itor editor of the official Communist par party
ty party newspaper Pravda, and anja-

postle of the new "competitive co

existence. -,.-.

Molotov's resignation came on

the eve of the visit to Moscow by

Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia. Molo Molotov
tov Molotov was foreign minister when the

Cominform- "disowned" Tito in

Molotov wis one of the last of

the "old Bolsheviks" in the post post-Stalin
Stalin post-Stalin government. His resignation

had been expected by the West
since denunciation of the Stalin

cult of the personality"-one-man

rule at the recent Communist

party Congress in Moscow.

It was the first mar chant
In the top level of the Sovitt
government since Nikolai Bui Bui-anki
anki Bui-anki succeeded Cearal Malen.
key at premier early last year.

The announcement by the Pre:

sidium of the Supreme Soviet
(Parliament) did. not say whether

the veteran, diplomat also would
resign from his other posts. He
is a first deputy, premier along

with.Ansstai Mikoyan, Lazar Ka
fanovic and Maxim Saburov.

Western observers said Molo

tov's resignation would permit him

to retire into the background dur

ing the Tito visit As foreign min minister,
ister, minister, he most certainly would have

had to participate prominent in
the various functions ; scheduled

for Tito. r v -:
.Melotev once served briefly at
premier f the Soviet Union, but
stepped down te serve as for foreign
eign foreign minister for Stalin. "Old
Iron-Pants," as he was seme-

times called, was recognised by
western statesmen as one ef the
most skilled diplomats ef the
post-war era. '3'--:

U.S. Secretary of State John

Foster Dulles, in his book "War

and Peace." labeled Molotov one

of the canniest diplomats he ever

saw in action.
Shepilov long has been consider

ed by informed observers of the
Soviet scene as the man to re replace
place replace Molotov. More and more he
has come forward recently as the
man whose ideas are in line with
the competitive co-existence" the theories
ories theories espoused by Premier Niko.

lai Bulganin and Communist par-,

ty Chief Nikita Khrushchev.

Shepuov, 49, is a new-generanon

n

l!

revolutionary. -He began his rise

under Stalin and in the early
1950's headed the "agit-prop" de department
partment department of the party which laid
down the party propaganda line.1
he toe ever as editor ef the
official Communist party organ 1
Pravda in 1952. He brightened it
somewhat by introducing car
toons and photographs but the
newspaper remained the mouth,
pioce for the all-powerful. Soviet
Communist party.
' As editor of Pravda, Shepilov

was a chief communist theoreti

cian and as chairman of the for

eign affairs committee in one
House of the Supreme Soviet, or

Parliament, he had been an ex expert
pert expert on Joreign policy.

Molotov is an assumed name

that means "the hammer." He
was one of those who, with Stalin,

brought' the present Communist
nation out of the ruins of revo

lution. .'

Molotov's position since the de denunciation
nunciation denunciation of Stalin had been an anomalous.
omalous. anomalous. He was the strong dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic arm that implemented the
Stalin foreign policies which

Khrushchev said made the Soviet

Union ait island in the world.

' Since the attack on Stalin, MoL

otov has made several statements

adjusting his past position to the
new Kremlin line.. But it became
clear in April that he no longer
was the primary spokesman on

Soviet foreign policy.

But West Interprets Resignation As Wooing
Overtone To Russia-Visiting Marshal Tito

WASHINGTON. June 2 (UP)

Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mo

lotov s resignation was seen by

U.S. officials today 'as a major

Kremlin effort to woo Marshal

Tito of Yugoslavia back into the

Russian camp.
They doubted that the promo promotion
tion promotion 6f Dimitri Shepilov to Molo

tov's' post heralded any dangerous

snin m aoviei puutj
West, They said any resulting po policy
licy policy chsnges should be in the di direction
rection direction of "competitive coexist coexistence"
ence" coexistence" between East and West.

fcongrossioni woor
od little Surprise. Chairman Wal Wal-.r
.r Wal-.r r. Caarao I D-Oa.i of the

Senete'Peroign Rolationt Commit

toe said there had boon a fooling
"in inner elrelot bore for torn
time that Melotev was e the
wait ut" .. v j. ;L

Molotov has been known to.be
in bad grace with the new Soviet

leaders almost irom tne ume uiey
took over. HU "resignation d
the Kremlin of the man who sym symbolized
bolized symbolized to the world Stalin's tough
nniixiM tnward the West.

George said Molotov is "a pret-

rv touEn oia oism -r

.1.. nnt wnrki

harmony" with other Soviet lead-an important behind-the-scenes role

ers.

- Kxperts' en Russia,, while net
surprised by the shift, were in intrigued
trigued intrigued by its timing. They noted
that H coincided with Tito's first
visit to Russia since Kit ouster
from the Soviet camp by Stalin,
Molotov a Co. back in 1941.
. "This is a fine present for Ti

to," one-' high-ranking diplomat

saio, ::' y -. :- '-".-((

Experts recalled that Molotov
was foreign minister at the time

Tito ; was denounced as a traitor

for his anti-Moscow-type Commu

nism.

in that deal.

Molotov stubbed his ideological

toe for sure after Stalin died. He

said Russia was building the foun foundations
dations foundations of Socialism a task most
good Reds thought had been com completed.
pleted. completed. Molotov apologized last
fall, touching off rumors he was
through.;;;.''1. ftMMs ,i

UNITED NATIONS, N Y Juno
2 (UP) -Britain, deSrtedbV ft
ii-ji? elr nt declaration of
Middle East policy, debated today
to yield to Arab pressuri
nd water down still further the
Palestine resolution it has pending
before the U.N. Security Council"
. The ar.bs succodod in block,
ing a vet. yesterday end the
council adiournod until Monday
aftornoon with Britain under

""' prossure re deiet a key
pessag, to whkh th, AMb J
lected vehemently.
, The paragraph, appearing a
the preamble of the BriUsh resolu.
cite, the "need to create eon eon-drtwns
drtwns eon-drtwns in which a peaceful settle-
ment on a mutually acceptable
basis of the dispute between the
parties (in Palestine) can be made.

rus contend that this
paragraph, even though if dots
pP"r,i" eporative part,
f the resolution, would open the
way for new concessions to Is-
thP i"?1' hat "y 80lutin to
the Palestine nrnhl.m u

fn W0? U N- decisions,
some of which Israel h. 1"

The paragraph in question was
taken from the Anglo-Russian com com-mumque
mumque com-mumque issued, after the London
talks in April between SovleUead.
".N'klt S. Khrushchev ,d Ni Ni-kolai
kolai Ni-kolai Bulganm and British Prime
Minister Anthony Eden.
.-.';.,' -.( (;;,o;:
"Lii'1"'?? In Mselution
con front od Soviet embassador
y A-Soko' wlith the dilom.
m' J ebandoning tha establish-
? ?UM1i.l! ,,!pporT far Arbs i
P the United Nations or ignor ignor-big
big ignor-big the words ef tho communi communi-Ve
Ve communi-Ve signed by hit Kremlin chiefs.

Venszuclzn Uke
1S53

" MARACAIBd-Venezueta, June 2

Late Vesterdv R.Knlou i.:.

lot with the Arabs again and an-

uuuncea support lor an Iranian a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment to delete the entire pa pa-ragaraph
ragaraph pa-ragaraph from the BriUsh resolu-
UOn. v-r.; --I

AVpuldLike

To Tour Britain

J

IN A RUT-Sally Forrest, once
hailed by Hollywood as "just
like the girl next door," seems
caught in the never-ending
cycle of "nice girl" roles. That's,
the type the plays in her latest
film, "While The City.Sleeps."
Sally, above, is struggling to
keep from being typed. She
wants to try some livelier roles.

"not working in strict

Trade Union
Leader Dies
In NY Hospital
NEW YORK, June J (UPV-
Wnll IS um nf tha Unit

ed States' principal trade union

leaders, died yesterday in w e w
York hospital. He served for al al-miut
miut al-miut X veart as vice-president of

the American Federation of Labor.
After the merger of the A. F L.

and C.I.O. be was eiectea vice'
president of the joint executive
committee. ifrf.... r
Woll was responsible for the or organization
ganization organization of the A.F.L.'s Union
Labor Life Insurance Company and
was president of it from 1925 until
1955.

SLAP HAPPY Katy Jurads
above, tossed an ad lib slap atf
Anthony Quinn during the film film-ing
ing film-ing of their new movie, "The
Lonely Gunman." The fiery'
Katy fired when she thought
Quinn slapped her too hard
during one of the scenes. Quinn
refrained from retaliating and
the show went on.

You sometimes wonder If the
missing link between, animal ond
civilized mon isn't us. ; ono

Collective Fine Hifs
Cypriol Residents;
Bombing Continuing

NICOSIA, Cyprus, June 2 (UP)
British authorities today slapped
a collective fine of $140,000 on the

10,000 Greek Cypriot residents of

tne port city of Famagusta, hot

oea oi anu-untisn acuvlues.

' The city has been the site of 136

attacks on British troops and ci
vilians in the last seven months

Eleven persons were killed and 77

injured in the Incidents, which

included 119 separate bombing at attacks.

Violence and sabotage contin

ued. A member of the British secu security
rity security force wss attacked by an as assailant
sailant assailant on the streets of Limassol
and suffered an injured hand. A

bomb was tossed at a police sta

tion in Tims but failed to clear the
anti-bomb fence around the build building
ing building and exploded harmlessly a
gainst the wire. 4
Saboteurs cut power lines in
two major cities during the night

and under cover of darkness made
bomb attacks against. British
troops. v

Saboteurs knocked out tne lights
in Lanarca for 25 minutes by pitch,
ing a chain attached to a rope ov

er a high tension line nesr the ci

ty. In the ensuing blackout, raid raiders
ers raiders tossed two bombs at British

soldiers. Both were duds. One hit
a British soldier, on the head but
failed to explode.' -A
power break in Limassol last-

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LONDON, Jone 2 (UP) The
gaily Express, im a dispatch from
today that Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese Premier fVinn r

(UP)f- Lake Maracsibo, a S.OOO,"'0"1! like to visit Britain.

When Premier Nikolai Bnlfniii fluare mile body? or fresh water,Ly?Pss correspondent Re-

and nartv boss Nikita Khruschev bec,m n InlBd today. ; Au- "e cwu caoied that Chou spoke
.P. "i.lj" .Cn!!tthoritiei ftoenerf i SS-mntwIaen rh. to a groun Of tourinff Britmii. .t

touSBdmfa solIt!Bel Unkin Gu" Ve-iB;ltis.'e8tion party commemor-
"r ule -uw neigraaB spilt,! rJk. jatinir Omm F .k.k. hikj

Molotov was left at home. Neither, Caribbean

did he accompany the Soviet lead leaders
ers leaders on their trips to Red Chins,

India, Burma, Afghanistan, and

Shepilov' went to Belgrade with

Khruschev and Bulganin. He also

visited Red China with them in

1954 after Stalin died.
About a year ago, Shepilov head headed
ed headed a Soviet mission to Egypt about
the time the Soviet bloc was con concluding
cluding concluding an arms deal with Cairo.

Some experts believed he played

Cub Seoul Loses
Bolh Arms Afler

ing

r

Completion of the 53 million del

ating Queen Elizabeth's birthday

yesieroay. v

He quoted Chou. as saying such

lar project permits sea-going ves- visit depends on the British gov-

seis tree passage tn and out of the ernment. y
oil-rich lake. It necessitated dig-. ."You see, there appear to be
ging a 600-foot-wide channel across certain difficulties," Chou said. ;
the sand bar which formerly bar-1 Prime Minister Anthony. Eden I
red passage. .told the House of Commons last

The Shell Oil Compnay tanker
Kermia was the first ship to use
the new facility. ...

month that he did not believe a
visit to Britain by Communist Chi China's
na's China's leaders would ; serve any
"useful purpose" at this time.

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LONDON. June 7 (UP) A

year-old Cub Scout was near death

today from a mangling by an en.

raged lion at Whipsnade zoo.

Tony Murphy lost both arms to
the slashing claws and fangs of
the lion, and witnesses said only
quick action by a priest who hit
the lion's nose, saved tha boy's
life..; v;-: ..:;.:;';.
.-.: '-.-V---.V
Tony was in a party visiting the

too under supervision of Father

Ronald Aylward. The boy climbed
over a safety fence and began i
teasing-three lion -by beating on

the cage bars.
One lion stuck out a paw ; and
pulled Tony in against the cages
Other Scouts screamed for "Skip "Skipper,"
per," "Skipper," the Priest, at the Hon slash slashed
ed slashed snd clawed the boy.
Alward hurdled the railing and
beat at the lion with an iron bar
he picked up. One heavy blow a a-cross
cross a-cross the nose loosened the lion's

grip and he pulled the boy to safe-:

"All the time I wat fighting the
lion, I remember Tony kept call calling
ing calling 'Skipper." Aylward taid he
wis not crying "He certainly has
what it takes."
One of the Priest's hands was
treated for deep scratches ftom
the lion's claws.

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' Edward E. Fluharty, a retired

Panama Canal employe, died yes yesterday
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tal, Hospital, where he had been a patient
since May 24. He Wat 71 years
oW. ,.;-:..,
Born at Big Springs, W. Va., Mr.
Fluharty came to the Isthmus in

1907 to work as a nmekeeper. in
1907 he became a pay clerk and
later served as paymaster until
his retirement in 1940.
He is survived by his daughter,
Mrs. Edna Hummer, of Balboa. Fu Fu-noral
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