The Panama American


Material Information

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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

This item is only available as the following downloads:

Full Text


3J l-

1 list XEJJt

Sw! Wrestling, Ping Peng, Archery,
Tennis; C:sl: J?all Softball and Dancing in..
Canal ZoneSummer
Recreation Program
' A wide variety' of sports and playground 'activities
ranging from awimminj and wrestling to ping pong and
archet y will be offered during tjie summer vacation months
by the Canal Zone Division of Schools.-
Registration for the activities included In the exten extensive
sive extensive playground program ; will be held : at. the school
gymnasiums next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The
activities will start June 18 and will continue until Aug. 31.
j A full program "of "summer- swimming activities is
scheduled for. the Balboa, Gamboa. apd Catun swimming
pools. .

At Balboa activities will be held
from Monday through Friday. Ins Instruction
truction Instruction win be given in advanced
junior and senior life saving, and
water safety. There also will be
classes for beginners, swimmers,
intormpHiatii -swimmers in
addition to special help and work,
outs, and individual team help for
special groups.. v
The pool facilities will be open
from 7 to I p.m. Mondays and
Thursdays. '',"'
, At Gambot, swimming classes
will be fiiven "Monday through Fri
day from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon
for beginners,: intermediate swim
mers, swimmers, and advanced
swimmers. "
kt tha f.ntnn swimming pool,
classes will begin at a.m. and
continue to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thm-criav On Mondays and
Wednesdays, classes will begin at
lpm. and continue umu a p.u
Classes will bV; given for pre
school and kindergarten children,
beginner, intermediate swimmers,
and students from the Margarita
swim class- The pool will be open
eh fay from 3 to 3 p.m. n v v t!iro- h Fn ';iy for recrea
, ,!,.: tlS !"
' j of re- l.ihmus "U
, will be held, at the
tdrhui pool .in August.
In addition to swimming, play
ground and snorts activities
: .r:rnce Aid Fcr
A bill providing life Insurance
otectkra to Federal government
v orkers forced to leave their jobs
nf Inh-connected injuries.
. disabilities, was signed recent recent-,
, recent-, hv President Eisenhower, it
s learned today,
i ') ih nirf law. federal work-
s who were on unpaid leaves of
ence of more than one year
omatically had their life to to-f
f to-f ance policies cancelled at the
I .t ifi at time-" '
;he new law contmues the we
irance polices for as long as
employe it off the job, and
,ws compensation benefits from
t United States Employes' Corn Corn-nation
nation Corn-nation Board.
h n leeislation is retroac-
e to August 29, 1954. Thus it not
y applies to employes who have
i,e disabled since then, but it
will afford life insurance nrp-
:on to those who incur job job-,
, job-, nj-cted disabilities in the future.
; -se einployes will not have
t ) y?y any premiums in order to
, ve the continued life insur insur-s
s insur-s protection for; their ; benefi benefi-t
t benefi-t s. The same protection also
es in eases of employes who
I e compiled enough years of
. '. ,t-e to retire en a disability re re-,
, re-, aent. . .' ; v.
V ; Begin Troining
. .. ?Jo Hato 4
first unit of USARCAR1B to
i this year at Rio Hato is
'ed to move to the training
i Paturdav. Tank- Oomosny.
! t-fantry Regiment will leave
r be for the maneuver area
v for a two-week period of
I training. ;

t the Julv 1 the First Bat-ithe

" the 20th will go to Rio
f ( -ie n.onlh of souad. nlatoon
.inanv level tactical train-

rltide live firing. IGorgas' the youth was tranferred
rd BatlaLon is scheduled) to Santo .Tomas Hospital. His to tooth
oth tooth training cycle in Au-J juries were cuts on the forehead

i the second in September,


be offered at each of the gymnasi
ums and playgrounds as follows:
At Balboa, activities will begin
at 8 a.m. and continue to 6 p.m.
during which time there will be
archery, basketball, team sports,
tumbling, bowling, and table
games. Tuesday and "Thursday
nights Elks basketball games are
scheduled to 7 to 10 p.m.
A,The Ancon Playground schedule
will start at 1:30 a.m. and continue
until 4 p.m. Monday through Fri-,
day with such activities as basket basketball,
ball, basketball, supervised play, Softball, vol volleyball,
leyball, volleyball, ping., pong, shuffleboard.
square and modern dancing ior
girls, foul shooting, and handicraft
: At the Dltblo Helflhtt Cymna
.slum frwn t a.m. to 4 p.m. Merv
toy threwgh Friday there will b
archtry, tennis, basketball, table
tennis, shuffleboard, tumbling;
and wrestling. Twe nights each
. wek, Tuesday and Friday, teen
age games are scheduled. '-
Activities are scheduled from 8
m in S iv m Mondav through
Thursday at the Gamboa Gymnasi Gymnasium.
um. Gymnasium. They will include tennis, bas-
VV rf"-ry, KlCkDSlI, VOL
, t ana 1;l?,',-o?1'
i l activities will s
s'. ;.a a.m. fcdturd-rj. there wiil be
-ryi!1 T -y i i f a. pi. to 12
Wtuarvtiom T to 8 9M, adult night: and Thursday,
from 7 to 9 p.m.,- will be teen- ege
The Margarita Cymnaskim al also
so also will hava a full schedule from
I a.m. until S p.m. from Monday
through Friday. Activities? will
Include archery, baskatball, soft soft-ball,
ball, soft-ball, badminton, kickball a n d
uuir. t -
- wHncidav mornings will be
devoted to inter-playground games,
At the Cristobal Gymnasium, a
progranrof activities is scheduled
daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon Mon-Hivi
Hivi Mon-Hivi throueh Friday. They include
archery, basketbaU, voUeyball, su
pervised games ana league game,
. Ne fees will be charged for re registration
gistration registration in any ef the sports er
twcreational activities and there
will be ne charge for swimming
iMttrurfiafl. ..... "''r
free swimming Is limited, liow liow-mumr
mumr liow-mumr tn Knv and rirle holding wa
ter safety certificates and except
for attendance at swimming clas classes,
ses, classes, a child who has not passed the
ffinnr wimminf test must be
accompanied by a responsible per-1
Ycu'.h Kncckcd Dawn
Dy Pickup Truck
Trcz!:d At 6:rga$
A 12-year-old Panamanian stu student
dent student who was knocked down to
the pavement on Fourth of July
Avenue after he ran into a north northbound
bound northbound car, was treated for minor
Injuries at Gorges this morning,
and transferred to Santo Tomas
The youth, Jorge Barnett was
running on the sidewalk with some
other students and stemmed into
the street as. a Chevrolet pickup
owned by F. S. Rudesheim was
proceeding toward Ancon Pest
orfice. '''..-. I'v.i,
Police say the pickup driver.
Sidney A. Morrel), was driving the
car slowly and Morrell swerved
quickly to his left to avoid strik
ing the boy. The youth was hit by
the right front fender and knocked
to the pavement
Police investigation shows that
cause of the accident was due to
careless pedestrian, and no ac

Ha-ltion against the driver will be tak-

en. v ; -
Following an examination at

and the side ot us uce.

'Let the people

l IKE AND MAMIE GREET TOUNG REPUBUCANS Standing On the fcteps of the south
portico of the White House, President and Mrs. Eisenhower greet 350 i young Republican
" leaders who are in' Washington to attend a Young Republican training school

Record Number Of Honor Graduates

At BHS Commencement

The outstanding record of the
graduating class of Balba High
School places upon its members
an additional responsibility to up uphold
hold uphold that reputation in the years
to come, Senior Class president
Kenneth Wheeler told the grad graduates
uates graduates and an audience which filled
Balboa Theater for the commence
ment ceremonies last night
- Of the 177 beys end girls who
Vecelved their diplomas, 3? were
graduated with honors. This is
the largest number, both numer numerically
ically numerically and percentagewise, ef a a-ny,
ny, a-ny, Balboa High School graduat.
kia eta. J..
. The commencement exercises be
gan with an impressive procession.
aL led by four marshals from the
Junior Class: Owen Sutherland,
Danny Winklosky, Joan Degenaar
s'A Penny Pennington.'
1'he Lrst seniors to enter Were
members of 4he orchestra, follow followed
ed followed by the class speakers end the
president The honor '' graduates
were distingished by the whjte tosi
As is a custom at the high school
tha sraduation sneeches were giv
en by four ot the honor graduates
selected by the class. They were:
Mary Curtiswho spoke on "Our
Class in Scholarship;" Edward
Scott, who talked on "Our Class in
Student Government; Edward
Kirchmier. whose, subject was
"Our Class In Extra-Curricular Ac
tivities;" and Martha Hackett, who
discussed "Our Class in the Jru Jru-ture."
ture." Jru-ture." -' "-'
The speeches were followed by
the Class President's address. T.
F. Hoti. iPrincipal of the High
Srhnni BTMented the class to Sig-
nmi F. Eixer. Sunerintendent of
Schools who presented the diplo diplomas.
mas. diplomas. One. of the graduates was his
daughter, Elizabeth, who is known
to her classmates as "Becky.
During the exercises, the nigh
school 3 orchestra played the pro processional,
cessional, processional, a transcription from Von
Weber's "Concertstuck," the Trium
phal March from "Sigurd Jpnalf Jpnalf-ar"
ar" Jpnalf-ar" and the recessional, "Pomp
it rsronmstunre ." which is tra
ditional at Balboa High School.
' Another high eehoel tradition
was the singing by the graduates
f the Senior Class Seng, wrff.
tte by John McGlnnls, t Belboe
High School graduete with me
cUis ef IMS.
The mvocation was pronounced
h h. nw Pint C. Loeven. CM.
of St Mary's Musion, and the Be Benediction
nediction Benediction by the Rev ..William W.
Baldwin of St Andrew's Espiscopal
Church in CocoH. -j-r
The names of members of .we
graduating class follow:
u..Mt mit, Acker. Patricia
Janie Allen, Richard Walter Ang Ang-stadt,
stadt, Ang-stadt, Dixiana Isabel Awto. J-
via Maria nrjona, h ""-JT
Raymond Edward Bacot, Jos Bet Bet-fakJonn
fakJonn Bet-fakJonn Edward Bissett, William
George Black. Diana Merle i Blohm
Beverly Pstrecia Boyett, M 0 i rs
Eileen Brady, Frances Marlon
Mirhael Jordan Brandon,
"l''r:in. Bricefio. Clar-
"rr. Bright and J. Victor;
"VSli tim ttrown. William
vTIr, Richard Arthur Carattmu
Joseph Lawrence Cicero. Frank
Ray Claycomb, Jr; Joseph Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin Qemmons in. Margaret Louise
Cleve. Harry Francis Cody, Jr
William Thompson Coffey, Jr.,
Robert Charles Connor, Dorothy L.
Cotton, Beverly .Ann Crawford,
Fred k Critch.- Judith Marilyn
Crosby, Mary Virginia Cuiining-

knot the truth and the


ham, Judith Anna Curtis and Ma-
TV 4Lmmarnm Piistiei
Amson k. Davidson, Marceia ue ue-cilia
cilia ue-cilia de la Guardia, Miriam Ara
bella de la Lastra, James u JJes
Londes. Virgmia Cecilul Dl Bella.
Roberta G. Dillon, Peggy Ana Do
novan, Mane Agnes l)ube, Jon
David Ebbs, Daniel M; Eggleston,
Jr.. Henry Ernest Ehrman, Ithiel
Robert Eisenmann, Jr.. Alma R.
Ellis. A. Camille Ellis, Mary Mar-
jone iy, uzabetn juirsu sser.
Alfonso H. Estrada Berg, Rosario
Estrada, Jo Ann fiuper. uorman
LaFayette Fulton, Anna Rosa Gau-
diano and John Stephen uuids.
Martha La Hackett. Sharon Lea
Hammond, Agnes Diane Hannigan,
Joseph Christopher Hannigan, Jr
Norma Ruth Harmon, L. Bruce
Harned, Shirley Lee H a r n e d,
George Gardner Warns, JJorotny
Mae Hart, iitvlt U. Hasemann,
William Joseph Hatchett, Jr.; Pa-
tricu Anne Hauler. Auson aeain,
Juanell Marcile Henderson, Rene
Antonio Henrlquei, Enrique feang
Ho. tSaUv ) Mary Lee Hodges,
James Rahe Hots, Agnes Virginia
Howard, Robert Louis Hummer,
John Patrick Jenkins, and Julp
Ann Jensen. .
Ronald Arne Johansson, Albert
D. Jones. Gladys Marie Kaufmann,
Ann Marie Keller. Charlotte Louise
Kilbey, Edward Travis Kircnmier.
Jr.. Jeanene Kleasner. Dolores Ber
ta Kosan, Stephen R. Laidlaw, An
gela M. Lee, Ralph Herbert Leisy,
William Edward Lewis, Jr.. Eliza.
beth Ann Little, Bobby Lockaby,
Robert Lopes and AldncB Emma
nuel Lowe, Jr., Alien Lowne, jr.
John Fernie Madura. 1 John Jo
seph Magee, Linda Lee Malone,
Angelica G. Masassakis, Virginia
D.iib.wl 11.11, A tha M Sffirtfnftx
Margarita Martinet H., Rose Ann
Mother, Son
Mrs. Keith J. Lane oi New Cris
tobal and her son, Guy Lane, re received
ceived received high school diplomas last
night during the annual Cristobal
High School commencement exer exercises
cises exercises held in the Cristobal High
School auditorium. .-: u-
It was believed t be the
first time In the history ef the
school that e methar and sen.
have been graduated at the
same time. ...
Also amonc the 73 graduates
was Samuel Morris, a native of
San Bias Islands, who became one
nf the Canal Zone's star basketball
olayers during his high school;
career.. t-.. v.i.v,.
A large crowd of parents i and
friends attended the commence
ment exercises during which the
members of the graduating class,
the largest since before the war,
presented dinlomas by Charles A.
Dubbs, Director of Secondary Ed-

Speeches were given by lour otnonncea tne reneaicuon.

the 17 bonoi- students on the theme
"Bring me Men to Match my
Mountains." a theme., which was
selected by members of the Na
tional Honor Society commence
ment committee.
The theme was outlined by Rob
ert MacSparren, first speaker on
the proeram and president of tne
Senior Class, who pointed to the
pioneers among our ancestors and
urged his fellow graduates to be be-come
come be-come pioneers in a bigger and
hrichier future w h r a ninnra

would .till tw nMdeH to atimulateiGerchow. Timothy Jay Gilbert,

snd maintain democratic ideals.

ceKntry is $fen Ahrehm Lincoln.

McGarr, John Anthony McNatt, So-
nia Edith Mendota. Sirs Elena Mi
Uani, Dorothy Cecilia Monroe, flu flu-lip
lip flu-lip Neil Moolchan, Robert Anthony
Moreno, Charles Morris,, Michel
Henry ixanmad, uonne cveiyn
Naudts, Pasionaria Nararrete. Ca
rol Ann Mewman, Frank William
Newman, Hilda Maria Nufiex .G.,
and Isabel A. Oramat.
Cynthia C. On, Marts Osequeda,
Luis C. Pabon, Vernon Grover
Paige, John .Harold Perantie, Mel Mel-va
va Mel-va Nereids Pini6n. Raquel Pin
ion V. Cecilia Piicet B., Beatrix
Pollen, Mary Alice Price, Lei Ann
Rager. Shirley Ann Ransom, El Ellen
len Ellen Linda Rathman, James Wil William
liam William Reece. Virginia .Ruth Bern
hardt, Donald E. Rentfrow, Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Reyes, John Norton Reynolds
HI, Richard Lee BicWer, Emily
Josephine i.J.-r ,,-Fo

Adela Roseiuw-ix, Milton Rodn-uwi

gues, Kathleen Ann Ryan, and Mar,
garei Aonenne baaier. ... r; :
till S. Sanson. Anita Louise Sch
neider, Edward -Wiiliam 1 Scott,
James Heyward Selby, Jr., WU
Ham J. Sheridan, III, Carmen
Mercedes Smith, Diana Yamile So Soils,
ils, Soils, Jo Anne ScorrelL W. Harold
Sorrell. Alwyn William Sprague.
Diane Carls Staples, Kathleen Mar
caret Sterner. Janet WUma stock
ham, Dixie Lee Stoudnor, Ruth Ida
Straus. Rachel Ann Strickland.
John Henry Stucchio, Jr., and Pau-I
ia uean siuuvao,
Louise A. Tate,' Frances Anita
Thomoson. Barbara Yvonne Thrift,
David Dobbs Tucker, Lis Victo
ria Urrutia, Angela Valentine, Ja Ja-neth
neth Ja-neth Vicky Vinton, Patricia Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Wade. Dean Lawrence Wash
burn, Kenneth Ray Wheeler, Emi
ly Lola Wilkinson, ttuiy uisries
Winford, and Michael Witkin.

Graduate Together. From CHS

Other speakers were James Am Ambrose,
brose, Ambrose, who SDoke on "Men of
Strength," Pauline Plncus, speak
ing of "Men of Action;" sauy nor norland
land norland whose tonic was TMen for
Peace and Democracy;" and Mar-!
garet Leigh who spoke of "Men of
Loyalty." .". :
In addition to the speakers nam
ed those whd were graduated
with honors were Carolyn Jones,
Mart Jo Aycock. Rupert Chin,
Janet Crais. Diane Delaney. E-
dith Ann Eckhoff, Felipe Garcia,
Marva Henson, Richard Home,
Leida Kleefkens, Pstncla Leach
and Allen Robinette.
RuDert Chin and James Am-,
brose 'ranked first scholastically
in this year's graduating class.
The Rev. Noiand Alter, ot &i.
Margaret's Church of -MargariU
gave the invocation and the Rev.
John Tumulty of the Miraculous
Medal Church of Cristobal p ra
Music for the commencement
exercises was furnished by the
Senior ; Ensemble snd the HI g h
Srhnnl Orchestra.
The complete list of fradastos
follows:. ;
.James Edward Ambrose, Domi Domi-nadnr
nadnr Domi-nadnr B. Bazan Jimenez. George
W.4 Bland, John Brackins, Rupert
Stcs?hen Chin, Jay Arthur C a n
ninham, James Custer, Robert
uai,i n.:w Ui Patrick Dou-
gan, Louis LeBatard Elisey,
Charles Clayton Fears, Jr., Fell-
n. r..ri nrrii. fieorse Arthur
. ..11
'David Heres, Richard B.. Home,

; r , o

Official Statement
Tbt text' ef Presidential
press secretary James C Hag
erty's statement st 12:25 p.m.
en President Elsenhower's ill illness:
ness: illness: ... -,
'"The President has an at attack
tack attack ef Ileitis (Inflammation
ef the lower portion ef the
smell lntest'ne).
' "As s preeantionary mess
are, he Is belag taken to Wal Walter
ter Walter Reed hospital this after
noon, j ..
Hls blood pressure and
pulse are good. He has no fe fever..
ver.. fever.. There Is ne indication of
any heart trouble."
Negro Boycott
Of r.IIaml Buses,
Court Fight Seen
' MIAM, June I (UP) Miami
was threatened yesterday with a
possible bus boycott by Negroes.
; The Rev. Theo R. Gibson, pres
ident oi ine Miami cnapter ot the
National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People,
said yesterday a special commit
tee will present demands to offi
cials of 4he Miami Transit Co. to
end segregation practices.
If they don't come across we
will call a boycott or go to courts
or both," Gibson sold. "The strat
egy hasn't been worked out yet'
segregation is not rigidly en
forced now on Miami buses but
whites customarily sit in the front
and Negroes from rear to front
Often Negroes and white passen
gers sit side by side when buses
are crowded.
Under the law a Negro could
be arrested for taking a seat in
front of a .bus.
I TaHihassee, Fla., and M o a t
JLZTT' ,rB Hr.y m "c
rider stiifcci lad one
.threatened in Memphis, Tsnn.
Hazard tells
Tasks Ahead
"There has never been a time
in the history of America when its
progress and preservation depend depended
ed depended as much upon the determina determination,
tion, determination, the aggressiveness, the in-
sDiratlon. end the coursge of our
young men and women as it does
today, District Attorney Kowiand
K. Hazard told the graduating
class of the Canal Zone Junior
College during the commencement
exercises in the College Library
"Thla la aft b0 in avhirh til rift.
Anthony Clifton Howard, Guylea,
Robert Lane,. Edward Webb Law.
rence, Howard Lewis, and Ricar-
do Antonio Lorences
Floyd Polock McDermitt, Rob
ert Waters MacSparran, Jr., Sam
uel Iglesias Morris, Jr., Lake
Todd Palumbo, Francisco Luis
Pelaes, Jr., James Michael Red Redmond,
mond, Redmond, Armando U. Reeves, Allen
Warren Robinette uuuiermo Er
nesto Rodriguez T., L e o n s r d
Scrsnton, John Franklin Stephen Stephenson,
son, Stephenson, Lewis Arthur Taber, Mark
Charles Tiedie-Suaar.
Margaret Allen. Andrea Luree
Armstrong, Mary Josephine Ay Ay-cock.
cock. Ay-cock. Sarah Eunice Barfield.' Vir
ginia Carol Chin, Janet Louise
Craig. Joan Marie Curtis, Diane
Evelyn Delaney, Edith Ann Eck
hoff, Margaret Lene Evans, and
Elizabeth Patricia rears.
' Linda Lou Foster, Madelon Ann
Garrett, Marie Benedict Gibson,
Flora Agnes Harte. Caroline A
dele Hauser, Marva Teresa Hen-
son, Donna Jeanne Humpnrey,
Louise Elizabeth Johnson, Carolyn
Marr Jones.
. Shirley Anne Keepers, Leida Lo Lo-reeit
reeit Lo-reeit Kleefkens, Lea Nielson Lane,
Patricia Anne Leach, Margaret
Jean Leigh, Miretta Carlsen Lind-
sey, Sally June Morund, uary
fllive Orr. ,.
Doris Jane Pabon, Diane Carol
Peterson, Shirley Elaine Peterson,
Pauline Marie Pincus. Mary Jae-
queline Reaheter, Janice Lee Ros-
coe, Margaret Ann ttoooy, i.yaia
I Elaine Smith. Patricia Kay sun
1 1 ....I. T, .... .1 f iiHnt.
1CV. AllKCIB ADM aim, liuuwi
Robinson Young.

Mo Indication Of

Heart Trouble;
Reports Hageciy

v WASHINGTON, June 8 (UP) President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower has suffered "inflammation of the lower portion of the
small intestine," the White House announced today.

rress secretary James C. Hagerty said the President
will be taken ta Walter Reed hospital this afternoon as a
"precautionary measure."
Hagerty said there is "no indication of any heart
He said the inflammation, which caused White House
physician Dr. Howard Snyder to be called to the White
House at 2 a.m., is apparently not causing any "serious

He said the president's blood
pressure and pulse "are good,"
ana ne na no lever."
Hagerty said Cot Francis Pru-
itt chief medical officer at
Walter Reed, was called in by
snyaer about 11 a.m. and tne
two made a preliminary examin
ation oi tne president.
Asked about any medication.
Hagerty said the President was
given one intravenous Injection
oi dextrose sugar tnis morning.
He sua mere nas been -no
suggestion1 that food poisoning
was invoivea.
Hagerty' emphasized that the!
president is in eootf spirits and
said there is no cause for. con
cern. .' : :
A close trend of the Presl-
dent, who was in touch with
r. .
tne cisennowers early today, i
said MivKhMmtiowef appar- 4
ent'j at aon;tlitnt -Wch did
, not arree
witn mm. tre added
mat -tnere
I alarm."
k no causa for
CZJC Grads
Will Be Hard
cidinff battle fnr th
neans oi men has begun," Haz-
ard said. "The force, nf rfarirn...
--- vu.o essiu
nave ciasnea with the forces of
ugni wnat u left of the free
World IS looking to tha
States of Ame.kK: to you and to
me, for moral leadership.',
lie compared the future of A A-merican
merican A-merican youth to that of young'
m.n ..J 1 .1. r .
u wuiiicq in Ull DOViet u-
won ana commented:.
I em sure that you would net
trade yevr- uncertainties for the
deadly certainties that await
your young contemporaries In
the Soviet Union, fer these
your people this Is ne cent,
moncement, but the culmination
ef a period ef framing to fit
them Into the fixed mold ef
Communism. Their assignments
are likely to be sentences for
As he concluded hii aiMr ttia
U.S. District Attorney for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone suggested a program by
which the- graduates, and other
young men and women like thm
could protect the American way of1
lit. T AL a. .
me. in urn program ne included:
Loyal and devout adherence to A.
merican ideals and nrinrinli. n.
bedience to the law and the Ten
ummandmenta; an sctive r well well-informed
informed well-informed interest in eovernment-
acceptance of public office end of
sucn civic ouues as jury service;
selectivity in reading and listen listening;
ing; listening; and, above aU, active prac practice
tice practice of religion.
Hazard's address t wss a main
feature of the 22nd graduation ex exercises
ercises exercises of the Junior College, st
the conclusion of which diplomas
were awarded to 38 young men
and women. ;:.
: The exercises were opened
with processional followed by
an Invocation by the Rev. Ralk
er M. Alderton ef the Gamboa
Union Church. Miss Virginia
Kern, who later was given the
College's Honor Award, made an
address ef welcome in her posi position
tion position as president ef the graudat graudat-log
log graudat-log class.
The graduates were presented
Junior College, to Sigurd E. Es Es-ser,
ser, Es-ser, Superintendent of the Canal
by Roger C. Hackett, Dean of the
(Continued ea rage THREE)

nn cxm

Hasertv tnM nsmnM
Lnhte 7S v?01.8 Present will
EL hJ? Gettyurg farm with
iEl8,en?0wr 0 sorrow
morrdng Instead of today.
Hagerty disclosed that 'Vice
Sd.e.n! Richard S. Nixon f
t.r V?u "Ben mrormea of
toe Presldent'a stomach upset
"aid before any statement is
made effecting tha tr.M..
"we automatically inform the
Tice president? 'TT. .7T
' He said hn ral1rf Tf.n.
"cna ieft the message with
Nixon's secretary shout m
.m., snortiy before he made the
yuuuc nnouncement. j
E nh0WM attended the
White House press pbotorra.
phers dinner last n'gfat. Hir Hiring
ing Hiring about 11 nm I?.. J
..tat I..
-" wua tnt upst
fi?"1Cn about J n.m.

The nrM-aavM' blji -l.' '.

president was feellnn.
wa, unconcerned; He slept J-off
and on" dur in. tha niiv ri

said. : f tB w rf

ntzm ylte House photog.
raphers dinner last nie-ht m.
Elsenhower cUnedn
f.V. 1 ""nee, rissole bo.
Jw mfked green la,
lad. Ice cream nir. mWa
A red wine was served with din-
At the banauet iriaant,-.
and at the end of the eveninr
was cracking, jokes with BoS
gope master of ceremonies, for
the photographers' show. The
Chief Executive left the ban.
quet haU and returned to the
White House.
According te the President's
physicians, his recovery from
ails Sept. 24 heart attack last
year has been steady.
On last Sent. ZS. ha ntavait 1
holes of golf at the Cherry Hill
country club In Denver, then ate
a big hamburger with a slice of
fresh bermuda onion. He re.
turned in the later afternoon to
tne home or his mother-in-law,
Mrs. John S. Doud. whw. ha
painted for several hours.

In the early morning of Sept -2V
Mr. Eisenhower complained
of severe stomach i and chest
pains. Mrs. Eisenhower thought
it wss a digestive upset and
gave him milk of magnesia, at
the same time summoning any.
When Snyder arrived at the
Doud house he immediately diag.
(Continued en page eoL S ;
Prctcstats In

Cc!on:fc!a Cbta:

Hersh Trcatqtn!
BOGOTA, Colombia, June 8
(UP) The Evangelical Confeder.
ation of Colombia charged today
that there is "growing religious
persecution" sgainst protestant
denominations throughput the
country. :
The Confederation said two ad. :
ditional protestan churches had
been closed recently and a protes. ;
tant pastor arrested.
The Confederation's News Bui.
letin quoted from' the Raman
Catholic publication Aurora what
was purported to be an attack by
the apostolic vicar in the city of
Quibdo accusing protectants of
being fearful enemies of publie
peace, incubators of Communism,
assaulters of private property and
betrayers of our religion and our
motherland." . .. t

. J.

'f 1

,. ''..i F' v'& x..i :tn r'rf -'i.

1. M STtr P o Bo tS4. Panama m or P.
Ttlt'HOMt t-0740 LIMH .
COM-I Aoo-it. rNMIICAN, Panama
" 1 Footit titiNTATivt jhu a. rowiws. inc.
4i V" W N V.
Labor News
4 ss at a
sy Dr:-vf i

Footprint: l ij.j Sends of Springtimo




ta so

J I : i i 1 1 -1

t4 oa

v- li -j i. Au.m m MmttM at Tha Panimi AjMrkaa

UfM M MHhM. arat.hia- aad ara kMslad VwhoUv Caafia4U!

M m wttiaata kHNt daa be ""Mtiaat -Wt I

-Beat day Lattari ara avalis1 ia tha araar racaiva.
rkra trf ta kee letter limited ta HWfK
u a Luvu it... fa kU fat ltrictaat caafidaaca.

Th aaaaaw awawai aa neaaesikilitv Itataawaf ee eataiew

eKaewe4 fat IfMara Ira- ft-.

Sir: ; ....

Just a Guitar Keck," stuck hi out too iu. Why
doestft he have some answers il he 1 going to write, an not

use so many quotas.

mj v-'.. t.'tkint fiahamad' nrobablw down here in

PanaTa,Vthe Canal ZonT ieUy (the, ari two different

places tne us is supposed k db iuuuuh a -r;'
not because he loves the cjimate so micM Most of us are Mr
on Uncle Sam's orders and we don't need the aid of a few weii weii-meanlna:
meanlna: weii-meanlna: citizens, as Quitai Weak, suggested, to pa? ou way pack

to the states. s ?
...lw V. .A.n4 ilv tn pnH m back. Ill take it.

could use a vacation in the States where I could enjoy TV with
t...i. frch nff the air. and noi year-old film censored

by a bunch .pf dictators telling the Armed, Forces how to W

. coKr-u h tn tnnmnr thosa films, and Davs,' the money

to do so.l I think they are antiUed to a f J"f
product, instead of having the commercial replaced by a nerves

wracking interlude. There is beer music on rectus, A m au.
Why doesnt GuiUr Neck get himself an instrument and get on

CF1" ia supposedW an f rmee Porees itaUpft. Ara ttje? not
eapableropeiatSvR ft without aid .wpJW j
services ftaAd oi fwedoni lof all, majority, or Just a

n,.i,i naM u,ii Amaripan.i vou hit the nail on the head,

hutBOOd. Keen it up. Maybe NBC and PBS and ABO producers.

would Uke fcw Htterj m VVI PMseie our

way o uviag.
v 4 ftcelgmef Irani tha PA

Answer to Previous Puula

Musical Mom?nt$

l "My Gel -r"
f British bfby

Haw eynurts
i AHwd lw
I Mael genui
4 Fast taitiDa

f 6itptl coin

lSMalttovtrag l6moUi

iSMeaswe feer
el land auauaual
IS if? "01
Hllmh nweuld-be

10 ume in aajp. phygioi,,

18 ruzallna

28 Organ parts'
21 Boy
22. acaklda

14 Tidy
38 Froth

21 Orchestra's
36 Repair shoes'
33 Musical
- composition

34 Involve


36 Dawn goddess.

37 Bows sugbUy

40--iMtand i

dandy : r


42 severe
45 Muaeial enw

141 Migratory

81 Tura rUM
2 Century plan

i Press

14 Compass pain
SSGaDft '

U Good Queen

I "m1 g -Fl Y E ? e
k iTh' ttAjp'?l SaJnE
, an e. c Wl'" iPffiSa
a a b 'tT 5 5. E h PI
. 5grrf 'iff jgL,Tfterrl
; 1 k k ? "51 .'" J& N ?

21 Entry in a
26 Sailer

17 Quiver

t South f aciflq ?1 "nn covering

23 Comfort
24 WSdy plant
25 Nevada. ity
atCnnnnil -27

3,3 VnQph.iUi

38 Wish
46 Release
41 Rose fnll
. 'flower

43 Bridge
43 distant
prenx) ?
44G4 el love
45 Masculine
47 Tendon i

V48 ?ay fltteptjpn

(Qhest bone'

KlStaJ -

" IH)W
1 Seasoning
Toward tha



The sticky -fingered looters of

labor, who stand head and shoul shoulders
ders shoulders below their honest colleagues,

may toea find uenseives Msiog
their lush unions.

The honest men inside labor.

men of international prestige, no

loniter want the mobs out rub

bing on on them. And tnis past
week. is private conversations,

spokesnjea for (his group told just

that ta tha rest of the Af LrLlU

high command a few days before

they escorted ueir neignoor,
Fresident Eisenhower, through
their aew multimillion dollar buil building
ding building serosa front the White House.
It can now be reported that AFL-

CIO president George Meany and

the enuie Ethical fracuces com

mittee, wnicn was creaiea w oe

labor's own policing unit, hays

demsnded snd will get the
power during this week's execu executive,
tive, executive, eouncii sion for thi greue
t investigate corruotiop wher-

aua tt fasten."

u was Meany f imiMi wfl

brought in, g pln-for Unmedjate
anti-crime campaigns inside labor.
He demanded that the Ethical

PrscUces Camnwuee pe givefl we
green ttgM to move on its own
without wining specific u u-thnrization
thnrization u-thnrization from the nigh council.

une inma was ceriaiu. mcaui

and those close to h,im no longer

haVe ,ny mtentipn of permuting
their own respectability and world

renown to be expiouea oy eeriain
high officials of international

u"?"; .. u t ....

There is tne cse pi ma uimt'i
Workers Union, about which i n
have mof detu for you in
minute. The seoead ia eemmaad
of that union has been condemned

by a senate investigating- suiu-

taitwe. Yet ne w auu puwciiu.
and still ia office. Meany sad his
eolleagues now fel that it is their
duty to force the national Uundry
Workeia Uniea to rid nU of the

official of hsve the AFL-CIO rid
itself of the Laundry U.nun. yi

auggestioas for mmor surgery

nn't ApraniM. uaany uu

cunnAFtors are ready to oraer


If la tha future. U1S Pbi tu

Meaay ad the Ethteai Praotwe

group are aot respected py tea ran

of the m rasjor f vjy J"'"
ih.r. will ha one terrmt battle.

Meany nd hi ipae aoUesgues no
longer want the responsibility for
maintaining ethieal praebeea with

nq power to mpvf 6gsinst un unethical
ethical unethical ones,
rrfhmnn thev want a uat

promise that their Nconmenda-
Us, after investigation, wil b

seriously consiaerwi m rrji
memtte high eemmaad even, if
it means expelling msjor unions
from the AFIeie.

The decent elements r U5

and feel they hsve been
into lending their own prestige to
rhoifof mobs ind tooter. jth.y

a 365-page series of exposures ot
union wUre fpnd looting.
The. report, VM fas ued m AprU
t Sen. Paul Douglas, In ltt lor

. i Ana nfttmilall

xampie ne poinvs w wv,,"r j

daitiite whet the report terms th

XT .T J'Js,'i -- At Itll





m A T

. a . I

' u Sv i v A
tffr? -(. tt ."!'J
' -".f 1 MA $mc, Inc. fit

WASHINGTON There's more J. Edgar Hoover also wrote tha

to the friction between Secretary criminal division of the Justice
of State Dulles and disarmament Department stating that U.S. At-

Ambassador Hareld Stassea thaa toiaey Tuiio had asked for an in in-just
just in-just two important people rubbing veitigation. He said his agent in

Men other the wrong viz, new jersey m thera was no fed.
'ine feud gets dowu to tne basic" eral jurisdiction for him to inves inves-issue
issue inves-issue of whether we should co- tieate without an O.K. from the

operate ith Russia.; tJustke Department;" therefore

Stassea thinks we should talk to Hoover wanted to know wbrthar
the Russians more, isn't averse-the criminal division of the Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to having 'conferences with them.'tice Department wanted him U
believes their disarmament moves proceed. -can't
be discounted. Dulles," on i
the other band, is inclined to pooh- Officials of the criminal division

pooh everything the Russians do; examined the case, decided the

even their 1,200,000-man army cut. lacu were suspicious, that there
He believe that conferences with might bate been an obstruction of
the Russians get nowhere. - Jjusiice and that the Federal gov-
s more sympatheUc, now go to;

Qi more Utaa t Dulle?, and it -- K'Bwsa

Was to Massen that Khrushchev



This request Went to Ret Col-

Walter Winchell In Mew Yom




Sen. uoubibs t
caUy in mis case; T . .Thi em

Red Harrison and Kav Hendal

(his fair lad r)' starting hus

band ten teaal : a uu enter.

Billy reed's cozy Little Clut

tx-liov. uewey and ms vue

patiently waiting tor a table at
Cerutti's , ?onj Hente and

fiasco MUU W high.iijhooi
sweethearts at the Stork .

Johnnie Ras hailing a sab it S4th

and 6th at eventide , too vut

ton Daniel, Jra. (M. Truman) in
lha St. Mnriti Kamnalmavar's.

Did she get 250,006 for her menu

our m iood Housekeeping; .

Harold Lloyd and a (uonue seep seeping
ing seeping a midtown blondeveu ,
Jimmy Durante ia IOndy'a. "Me,
feist time in. a year! . v Paul
and Cissy Henry (representing
Beverly hills dais.) at th flax
and the Broadway kits . Mrs.
T, Mapville (Anita Roddy j;den,
his iOtb. wife) nd Hollywood ac actor
tor actor John Sutton V Gloria Van;

derbUt nd, Turhsa Pey, who, were
just signed for E. Chodoroy's new
play, ''The Spa, Rehearsals 'start

who TW A d back to the coast

Monday midnight, finding time to
visit, talent scout Joe f incu oi
20th Ontiiry-Fox'' JS r O a $ W 6 y

ftwau a. He recommended! her to

Darryi Zanuek . Most nobodies

ao pecome somepoaies rorget,

poodles along Central Park South Head Wife in a Harem ... The

. . "Hovi do l leokV' sue asuea enoice q aurope nanosomest

cwvumisi , uie, m ix-. amva,-

bexilement of over $300,000 was

lusion Vth".t" one of the

union officials, TlVuory
tary-treisurer of the (Laupjry
Workers) mterastlonat
W?.SSV.. t, utriaht embexxle-

h."1 vi: .. was fully

5rrn 'ad bv the subeommittee


Sallies In Our Alleys Noel Cow Cow-rd
rd Cow-rd and Cla.udette Colbert ended
a baautiful fnendshia during re

hearsals of their" TV appearanee

tor bis atmne apmt . viaun
bellowed:. "Don't tell me how to

aet this pirt. k Q w It back back-wardsr
wardsr back-wardsr t ; To v!$ k

gled, ''aa Oaeninf Act!

Memos of a Midnighter; Rober Roberta
ta Roberta tiherww (wh,e w.Wo4 deegcies
for The Breast) stars at the ops
tomorrow night, Syndicated eol eol-(im
(im eol-(im (spellbqun4 by her "dif(ernt
sound j waved their wends snd
here she is- 0n wy v,J'i v,J'i-bene
bene v,J'i-bene and the Moeamto. H'wood
, James MpKinley Bryant (of (often
ten (often itemed s aext marrying Sen-

ia Heme) told ei Morpeee, enum
he re-weds his Texas wife en the

13th, They were divorced last Aug.

,ii rencncanaaiaa eennsiFesa
Mae Sagaa (she delighted the B-

llnaslev patrons with her songs)

viQ marry Leoa Nerrls, bar ac accompanist
companist accompanist The D. A. has
complaint Involving a political

Daraaraoher. Aecuaed oi teiiui

t x. .... :

important peuueo aa wouia sun

rapping tnam M aomuinn.

tion" . Frank Costello has

asked I. B. Williams (Sea. Me

Carthy'g lawyer) to save him from

deportation. V

Midtown V1(drama: Katherine




spokep enemy pr."iciiur yw yw-lnv
lnv yw-lnv i heme euestioned bv the G-

m r my loynd i photo of

ner m pis. eeiongings

iweui II i auuuu riato ,

Mist Sa.rgfni, k. had an biteres biteres-ting
ting biteres-ting career . ModeJ agencies
here knew her as Sally Kenmorc

he, alway -trivejeo on a

Times Squaru Circle: Broadway-

ites wopder why Albert Marre's

name 14 missing irora tne uny

credits for ShangrlLa. He tti-

rcted . The Luther Randolphs

(he. aw HI the ShiUwar Cate)
have the aprt(;he , the f er-

amount Theatre ottered p. ?sinarra
most pf tne gross to. show his bl

ind Bulgaria- tipped off their plan

mae iae cevoiuiiuDary cut in

c sua u uia cu ariux.-.-- i: il.

n ( r..ii iiuca, tuiei ui uie iicuciai ci lines

to th. press that the meeting witbJ S."

Stassen was a vodaa brawl -,..,
iough there was no insinuation! Jf-iSj ?n wtn hfhSnrvmlat
$atStassen parUcipated "Ue? ,UDoa Ben J" m,te"enlidh 'ij
Stassea has been able to get SSft Depirtmeflt on, behall
Eisenhower's ear on these matters. negmeui,

proecK to RuSSi,. M.-Hp&-

me secretary even 7,
CHOTINER LAW PRACTICE j"'1 j0"-, someP1fc fa
- tween, the letter ws lost, side-
The more you look Into the "lsw"1' l SLrt. ut
pracUce" of Vice President Nix- V rther an important let let-on'.
on'. let-on'. camnaiBTi manaaen Murra t8r- 11 markert w.ia a Special
.ir,i, r- i Urgent Rackets."

JS SUSP tz-&T0?X
l'he more, also," you can "ppr-teW-t Nevertheless, the recoim
ciite the lte RegineUi's wisdom nidation to mvestigate the mys mys-in
in mys-in reaching from Camden, N-J-, det Hu" AbU
tn Los Angeles ; to imploy the Bel uPf. the msM
elose friend and campaign manag-Pent untult was too laUv,
er of the vice president when the ..
4ustice Department moved to do,1 Ul V incidenUUv, to
port him 'Whom the letter wss first sent,
n. i.' .,,.nt is from California. David 'Luce.

of what happened inside end ouU 1,et, m. JW-:'? T.etclVe toe letter,
side the Mticl department after," ls CaWrn.a i I n e y.
the .politically potent JLJSSS.

deBendently-made flicker. "John

riy. Concho" if he will make
a f erson,al App, tpe initltal week.
He may do it because he needs

t "lalna from California. Murrav Cho,

finer, Nixon's campaign managtr,

neU hid en urtea under IJf.?.!,"

4eniocrts when Attorney uener- V Vi,

school of the Republican national


Washineton and her ex groom

Walter Buchanan are making her

new hea.u (Peter Buck) flun
New York gets its first typically
Roman restaurant on W. 6tVh Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The Tontana D) Trevi (1
Corns in the Fountain). lt
branch of Rome's papular Res-.

taurant Met . rne con at amn
and-the Big Apple (Shield No.
18834) once tootled for such name
bands aa Ry McKinley and Boyd

Kaehurn ... in "My i air nay,r

James McGranery listed some

100 racketeer! and gangsters for
deportation. Depprtition was base4
upon Regineili's record of 16 ar arrests
rests arrests hetween WIT o4 1942, six
convictions, three prison sentences)
oad 4hrAA fino Thflra u; a a 1ca

. wt ... ,hi .hnM Smo tee with the power of subpoena

him czar of the Jersey under- should et t0 bottom of this
world, which battle" resulted in the 'strsnge case.

. rm.: v 1. 1 murQvf oi nve men in aouin run-

Vertex-gnlom Uielplito;,.:;:


' This geographic, iff in,ity doesnt
necessarily mean anything. But it
does mean that a Senate commit'

argent, flose, friend, of the mys mys-ayiously
ayiously mys-ayiously gising ,nd probably
lain frof. Jesus, do GUndes (eut-

ne I



We've iertQtja:Glft

. f

Ban im nw

heatd a woman

say aha has enough

Of eevrse not! And

our low "pinched budg

et" prices enable yon tt
make tne savings yen
oever thought were pos


1 m

V s



v ..v :





V attention not onlyjj

T A.- lAni aiLtaiaaii

tne j. 2-. vrr"., n:j.n,.a ser-

authorUies. "1 ve ststes.
The Douglss feport added. 9
action ns been taken.
"Mr. Jsmes a aUU

tressurer of me mm -

a. taadeauacy of present laws

.mit involved m

dinlnmatie passport . She wss

nnYa married to William McNally,

connected, with religious charities

you're pliying it!" A shew , Her most fxtitmg roie as
SI VII er toy1 bride wis th.e time she WM

a a




important conviction

For, while the FBI investigation
order was being delayed, RegmelU
finally got. his 'American citizen-. (
ship papers from Judge George T.

an Naame in Regmelli'S heme coun-


which the Justice Department ty, AUantic County, New Jersey,
haaod it dorwiHatinn nrdppadinPa OH June 21. 1953. i Naame IS UlB

was tor violation of the Mann I brother of an attorney for. Her
Aot in taking Louise Abate from man Kravitz, also represented by by-New
New by-New Jersey to Florida for immor- Murray Chotmer.) fit took almost
al purposes in 1952. Immigration a year untd April 1, 1956
officials? wanted to question Miss lor the New, Jersey Supreme Cour

AOate aDoul mis inp-and sun-; v

he most romantic show in town, folmd fed

poenaed, herT'Suddenlyv ahe-wasl





the hive-interest never ks.

Manhattan Hick Stoty: The sub

way trims recently carried, act-

verts, showing a seedy utUe rail railroad
road railroad station in a seedier town.

The caption, reed: "Who Wants

To Live In Podunk?",. . The

N.y, Times editorial page slapped
the ub,way execs' wrists com complaining
plaining complaining that Podunk qoesn't ex ex-is
is ex-is and beyer did , Webster's
Dictionary', backed upr the argu argument"
ment" argument" by describing Podunk as
"An imaginary small town taken

as. typical of placid dullness and
lack o contact with the progress
of the world" . The Great Know
It-Alls bad spoken! . Tee-hee
ai4 There is a Podunk
. It is a thriviof (ommupity
in Massachusetts . ,It is sit-

cheeated about 46 miles from
Cambridge . Where the pot-so-smart
Webster's Dieksh is published!

Almost four years affpn AVirney

The circumstances of her death General McGranery moved to da-

were suspicious, bhe was staying pon mm, me inr 1 1

in a motel in Margate, N J wacui ivaKineui eneu. i n i
she received the immigration aum-itimore hospital last t a.

mans and Reginelli i was' present r '. n 11 1

when she received it. Her testi

mony could have beeq extremely
damaging to him. One day Uter
she was found dead.
The coroner ruled the death
was caused by acute alcoholism,
but the U.S. attorney in Atlantic
City, Raymond, Del Tuffq, was
auspicious. He called in the F$I
and also wrote a letter to the
Justice Department in Washing

ton asking tor a

in.vstigauoa. :

AIR 'MAIL P0(4f ?S

OAKUND, Calif.,'- (UP) The
Air Mail Pioneer, aa organization
of the airmen and ground men
who pioneered the-ai mail, from
1918 to 1927, will hold, a national
convention here Sept, 13 and 14.
More than 256 aerial pioneers are

expected ta attend the convention

jugnugm pi Avia-

aaa u a"B VApvbtVH v

thorough FBI which will be a

tion Week.


found inYQiv' -uatbl.

n,,u.. . ,d jute ss

U tne ju9 "K-t. taealai

I, then u
tlew op- II

tkA natau iaiirua --tt. i

,: -p. ss

betilers inside laoor, si
S who wa.aU action U
AFL-CI0 high command.

? k'. Aaitioned


. . .- presents r
V W featuring
Beautiful Panamaniast Girli in Native Costumes
Dancing and Singing to Ppngmqnian Folklore.
They have Delighted Thousands of Tourist Visit Visit-ina
ina Visit-ina Panama.

" . ' ,,.M. .."'.
, starring t

I DorOthy BrQn$0n r-nynamle Son. StyUat,

MlQUIjtQ C0rCiQ-rnUUc yoodoo'at bt peat
Morip Cutierr?z
. : -k and

Other Outstanding Enfertaininent Features PJ


On Hand to Help;Mak youf Evening of
Dining, Dancing, Fun aud Laughter One
to Renumber j;
Your Fuvoritc. Hott


Heartbeat of the Weeks All of

Victor Riesel's doctors and bt.

Clair's hosp. refused to send him

I diu . Aviation tycoon Mer Merman
man Merman Fairehild new excitement
is heiress Zina Rachevskv

Toni Arden's handsome brother

Jan starts thrushing at the Voy

ager Koem tonignt. . Hunting Huntington
ton Huntington Hartford (AP heir),
whose bride insista en working for
a living, has an allowance of 81,-

000 daily i The Richard gan-

Lwrquiy naiuna luyu uiau. icui icui-perament
perament icui-perament trouble ypa the set of
"Tension at Tabled Rock" . .. A
jazzman in Bobby Hackett's rec record
ord record outfit is named Abraham Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln ... Editors fell hard for the
last MM fable; That Arthur Miller
was miffed "because she posed la

black tights1 One press agent
flipped: "I am indignant about

those nude calender pictures. But

I always save my indignation un-
tit" savAtenji distant

yta uuii eav wei

The Late Watch: Irony: Robert

Weede, Met star (starring m

"Hanpy Fella"), has to wear a

cast en his left foot almost

throughout the show. To build

strength fie eats many steaks, lie

nas vie gout m ms ngm ouv
"Too much nrotein." Said th

doctor. .- Bruce McClurp (ei
''ShangriLa") met Ethel Bell

when she was in "By the Result

ful Sea'' last season. They merge
Sunday at Swedish Emmanuel

Churcp in the Bronx ...The

Walter Futters (Better Bartley)
babv lived only g hours. Their

one yesr marriage perished with

it. .ynspotted by reporters was

M.s.H.. a. loveiv uunti wno ooar-

ded the same plane that took A G

l ia.m j s.aa a1:j-:.La -I V.anderbilt abroad, One of the

I WO vntpiere; jnpwi iv.wv,na lA.yy iviiuniijni ft we,ithiest womea of Indonesia.

ml'"'" i JJ
r iv r

, . e lifatiine of ptthtt
bjmmhI JMtty and hrillianca
oa t bagar . bacaua you
cad aitouth ta give bar th
baat , e Kaapiake Dia Diamond
mond Diamond Ring, Kegitterad and
Oamnntd PtUet by tha
Kaameka Crtiicta with
the 6ood HquiakapiB Seal.


a. said win

lonannnonnDnnnncJA iongt-une umg.

Teenagers, Matrons Swoon Over Elvis Presley
Presley himself Is deadly ser
ious about his career. He hasi
taken a Paramount screen test 1
the verdict is that he could be
another Marlon Brando. He works
hard, trying to improve his dic-i
tion. He takes longer to record!
than almost any other singer singer-three
three singer-three hours went into the making
oi just one side of his last record.
No. 1 Via Espaaa
TeL 3-03&3
So it would seem that Elvis
Presley is here to stay. If he can
last long enough, ,that is.
-the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to see!


' " y
: f

w.nim:: ft wg- :

CARE SHIPMENT RECEIVED A shipment of 20,000 CARE food crusade packages was re received
ceived received by Government and CARE officials Monday at Pier 6, Cristobal Shown at the cere ceremony
mony ceremony above are left to right); Robert WWelse, Jr., U. Consul in Colon; Everardo Duque,
manager of the Colon Free Zone; Eleanor R. Jacobs, CARE staff assistant in Panama; Gov.
Jose Maria Gonzalez, -of Colon; Eduardo Lanuza, assistant manager of the Free Zone, and
Ismael Cantera, chief of customs of Colon. ;


PRESLEY CLOSE CP: His fans sometimes want more than just his name on a piece of paper."

I aif 4 It V ,V
V; ih vr '-lirn It's 4 i'-J
-:. 4 i

rrrr: "XTIXG AN AGGREGATE of over 150 years career service to the Navy, these six of of-iicers
iicers of-iicers were honored a retirement ceremony held at the Fifteenth Naval District.
They are left to right, Lt. Cdrv Paul V.' Evans, Lt Cdr. Albert C Betters, Lt. Francis S. Motty, ;
Lt. Lloyd R. Burns, Lt. Leonard H. Long, and Lt. Wesley B. Young, aU USN. j
" - .'..,(. (U.S. Navy Photo)

Six Retiring Navy Officers

i Total 150 Years' Service

Six United States Naval offi officers
cers officers Wednesday completed a to total
tal total of over 150 years of career
service, when they were retired
In a brief ceremony at the Fif Fifteenth
teenth Fifteenth Naval District Headquarters.-
f V
nnnf AiSmiafna P St. Ancrplo.

ant. Fifteenth Naval District, in
speaking to 'the Navy personnel
and friends and guests of the
retiring officers, said the six

men had served "aboard

retiring officers was headed by
Lt. Cdr.-Albert C. Betters, 30
years, followed by Lt Francis S.
Mott. 27 years, Lt. Cdr. Paul V.
Evans, 26 years, Lt: Lloyd R R-Burns,
Burns, R-Burns, 23 years and Lts. Leon

ard H. Long and Wesley B-!

Oginally each of the six was
an enlisted man, obtaining
their commissions through va various
rious various courses of naval advancement

' Betters has 'been


than 61 Navy ships of almost i Pacific Side shore patrol

every corneal ana service type
...a sizable fleet in itself. Their
duty afloat has been in addition
to service on staffs, stations and

advance bases in virtually all



Mott at headquarters, Caribbean
Command; Evans as command commanding
ing commanding officer of the harbor defense
unit, Cristobal; Burns as Ships
department officer at Rodman,

Uhe world areas where the Navy and Young and Long on the
Operates.- v (headquarters staff, v i.

in lengin, oi service uie list oi xne six oziicers ana ineir

Hot Verbal Fight
With Wife In Car
Enriches Coffers


city's coffers were enriched by

w oecause Leo r, KatKi had

not verbal battle with his wife

Appearing before City Judge

wuiis u. iiicKman, tee 30-year

oia motorist was accused oy po police
lice police of running! six traffic lights

ana driving parpy on the wrong
side of the street.

I was having an argument
with my wife, and I guess I blew

my top," explained Ratka.

Judge Hickman meted out a $60

line, while Mrs. Katka looked on

unhappily. ;

families are expected to leave
the Canal Zone aboard the

USNS Henry Gibbons next Tues-


Presley was singing in Washing

ton. As per usual with this latest
swoon-producer, he was rushed
by autograph hunters immediate immediately
ly immediately after his last number. But!

Presley s fans sometimes want

more than just his name on a

piece of paper.

A young woman of around 21

was in the forefront. She. carried

baby cradled in one arm. With

the other she reached up and

grabbed Presley by the collar

and started to pull.
"You must come home with

me," she shrieked. "You MUST

come home with me.
With Elvis Presley, sights like
this are commonplace He
arouses in many woman from

teen-agers' to matrons the

strongest urge since Frank Si

natra reigned supreme. Presley is
libido with a larynx, sex strum strumming
ming strumming a guitar, desire under the

sideburns. . --.?';.'.,
In a few short months, he's

popped out from a nowhere that
was a small folllowing in Tennes

see. He's run through several

Cadillacs and hundreds of fancy
shirts; he's the first pop singer

to have his album sell so well it
was listed among the single rec records;
ords; records; he's caused riots and edi editorials
torials editorials and money.
Pretty good for a man who
thought that maybe he'd be an
electrician. As a boy growing up
in Mississippi and Tennessee he
never thought about singing. His
father was a house painter so El

vis figured perhaps he d be an
electrician and maybe work with

his father on jobs. He's an only

child; they ve been close.

So close, in fact, that when a

Mother's Day was coming up,

Elvis went into a recording studio
to make, a record of one of bis

mother's favorite songs. The man

who ran the studio, Sam Phillips,

had a small record company
called "Sun" and he overheard
the boy in the booth and liked
what he overheard. Phillips got
Presley to make a record for him.

It was the start,

Four recoros and $35,000 later,
Presley was the propery of RCA,
who bought the contract from

PhUliDs. Then came his tremen

dous hit, "Heartbreak Hotel;'
and suddenly every place he sang

they had to call the cops, in Mm

neapolis. the promoter actually

had a clause put in the contract
that there had to be ten (10) po policemen
licemen policemen around every time the

party of the second part opened

his nearly mouth.

Presley, say students of his
style, is a phenomenon of these

times. He is a hillbilly singer

with overtpnes of rhythm and
blues. It's hard to define him,
just as it's hard' to understand
what he's singing. RCA says his

noor enunciation is a problem;

he can sing clearer, but, if he

does, he loses some of his drive.
They'd rather1 have the drive. ;

In person, he works himself up
to such a pitch he often collapses
after a show. He shakes and wig wig-lies
lies wig-lies and lumps and bumps; it's

like watching a strip-teaser and

&. i ;

ELVIS. PRESLEY IN ACTION: It's like watching a strip-teaser
and a malted milk machine at the same time.

Jt would hovt been better to send it by
, Pan American n-
Patwmoi 1 Street No. 5, TeU 2-M70; Colorn Satat Wdg, Tel. 1097

The perfect GIFT for
FATHER'S DAY Snnday, June 17lh
The New SCHICK "25"
s Shaves bo close it leaves nothing
on your face but a smile

x oiiiiiFi y

il i!,' 9111

3 k rail L t! i' !: EI ant .

With blanck and silver
caddie case. 110-220 AC-DC
Complete stock of parts


New Schick "25" the world's newest

by Schick inventors of electric shaving.

anaves in tne History or the face.


finest shaver

Gives the closest


Central Avenue No. "22-06

If youtwani to save )
money shop today ;
Beautiful reconditioned
furniture Just like
new at rock bottom
We also buy, sell and
trade new and used
No. 41 National Ave. ":
, TeL 3-4911

a malted milk machine at the

same time.
Doctors who've examined him
after these collapses say he's pos

itively neaaed for a physical or
mental breakdown. But he looks
the picture of health. And he's
gained tea pounds since fame
found him, which is strange be because
cause because his entire diet consists of
pork chops, mashed potatoes and

gravy. Even breakfast.

Presley's fame hasn't gone to

his head he's a modest easv-

to-handle performer but if has

none io ois pocaeioooK. tie s ran

tastically extravagant .At the
moment he owns three Cadillacs
a pink and a yellow convertible

and a sedan for business pur
"Het pretty hard on cars."

says one of his friends. "Wrecked

a lew. And the girls keep carv

ing their Initials in the Caddys'
The girls also raise hob with

the house he bought for his par

ents in. Memphis. His father, now

ss, is retired, me house keeps
being stripped of fence posts,
shrubs, porch stews, even paint

peelings which are scraped off

and presumably treasured by his
adoring fans.
Besides cars, Presley spends

much of bis loot oa clothes. He

has some 48 shirts he hasn't worn

yet stashed away at home. Late

ly, he's discovered jewelry and

the jewelry peddlers have dis.
covered him. He now owns a few
diamond rings. One recent day,
he impulsively bought an initialed
ring and was so ashamed he
wouldn't tell his manager how

much it cost.

Although he Is easy to handle
he doesn't smoke, drink or take

dope, despite rumors to the con

trary he does have one trouble

some habit He disappears. Un

less he is followed closely, he's
quite likely to vanish. He can
usually be found in the nearest
western movie or shooting gallery

or men s siore or uaauiae show

room. But he is also prone to

leave in. the company of a girl
He is unmarried.

Despite bis idiosyncrasies, RCA
and others predict hie thin? w

jmvis rresiey. a may be that he
is just a flash in the juke-box, but

eieran, snow ; DUSinesS people
loubt" jtTheVrfihinJrhe' hi. fh3

stuftVoX whicfc laatKjf,. fame'' is


For, Extra Sentiment. . v
Extra Value . Extra Easy Terms

Save at T H A I T I


i tAfl
I in Masculine J Oil

June 17th

In Masculine
14k gold setting

from $1.95

LONG KEYCIIAINS ......... . 0.75

v"- 2.50 to $21.00



-T-HN hl8-47 (137) Central Ave.- Z'




. ... mui "HI r f -1imiiiioiiii .miiii ii i i
ip- If ( C'l
pi KXi4r h
I H if i """""'i'.I'Im";...!-' it
It h t k -f If
v '. ir-i!11 .--ri


Where you BuyONE and Win ONE in our
Use our Easy Credit Terms

Buy on our CLUB

V-wri-; 4 Blinds
' r

You Just


Light as a Feather
Soft as Down

Costs no more than
ordinary TV

Open All Day Saturday For Your Shopping Convenience

f kz rev

j tux mxama amuucax as nfBirncrrxT paut MrtrspArra

rki.t lit MikiHA wv FranActs By WILSON SCECGCS f TES2T JLX3 TT3 nSATTJ -tJ C

HI ft

iHi(.l t-4V Maura I IpAico f it MAO $rcw,oo I 1 "VIkrara.s,rrro ' ----- ,, a r-, r :raUc,.i; ; 1
fyifew-T-M- mi Point; H's Best B Alt YCRMEZS ...3 .,-' .' . ,
'. - .. -' ." 1 1 rrscxin ajhi C3 rxzrra Last Besort "tt cr iSExsnx txossza : u
It's Toon Now Utotbatt U1 Y l -v "!
' I i ". Aim nam Hey! Watch It! OT.t EAKLDI
1 1

Bit Story

v h ''..-

British Socialists Protest
Sale Of Big Oil Farm To US

LONDON, June t (UP) The colony of Trinidad, source of most
government said yesterday it wel- of its oil.
comas American investments it The deal offers a potential boost

Britain but cast doubt on whether
it would approve the proposed sale
of the biggest British independent
oil firm to an American company

for tm million.

Socialist members of the House
nf Commons demanded govern

ment action to prevent the sale
of the huge Trinidad Oil Co., to
tha Texas Co. Several consorva-j

tives sided with the Socialisto p p-soaition
soaition p-soaition on grounds the deal

would be "a sell-out to the Amer Amer-'
' Amer-' ican dollar."
. Chancellor 4 the Exchequer'
Harold MacMillan uM thr- gov
rnmant would aontidar baanin
tha aala umler exlttinf law, tut
ha delayed an immediate yet or
' n answer' bacaust he ntadad
mora tlmt fa think It ever.
Hugh Gaitskell, leader of the
laboritt opposition, said the chan chancellor's
cellor's chancellor's vaguely-worded comment
apparently means the government
is "not very enthusiastic about

this deal, and will indeed try to
prevent it."
Trinidad stock nearly doubled
in value on the London exchange
vesterdav. skyrocketing $5.82 a

share on the strength of an an

nouncement that only the stock

holders' approval is needed to

complete the sale, -.....-..-.i..
The announcement, published
last night, caused Immediate con,
ern to both laberite and conserv conservative
ative conservative polhicane, because Trini Trinidad
dad Trinidad operates nearly half of Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's service stations.

The company also is the biggest

fltosterirTrue Life Adventures

urge ptofs op water-

to Britain's inflation-ridden econo

my, because the government would

collect the U.S. dollars and pay
the stockholders British currency.
Opposition to the sale appeared to
be based mainly on considerations

of national pride.
Britain's' exchange control law,
passed while the laborltes were

governing the country nine years
ago, gives MacMillan the power
to block the transaction if he choos chooses
es chooses to do so. r'K x


Carries On Fraud

Practices In Jail
MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay. June 8

(UP) A Judge disclosed today
that foreign exchange broker An.
gel Martinez, who is serving a sent

ence for unlawful operations, has
been able to carry on his business

Dy setting up a lull-fledged of

fice in the prison.

Judge Julio Cesar Espinosa said
Martinez first induced the prison
physician to certify to a non-exis

tent illness so he could be sent to

the infirmary where his operations
would be easier.
Then, Martinez, with the help
of penitentiary officials, obtained
a typewriter and carried on cor

respondence with the clients of his






'k1 ww-m-


J mm

Mr, MM A

fraudulent eomnanv.

Judge Espinosa saw to ft that

employer ia the British Caribbean Martinez's new office was closed.




Published through tha courtesy of

Ait. la. (Peru) No. 39-118 Tel. J-1650. Panama, R. P.
EMERSON Television and Radio

Friday, June S, 19SS
S M Sinn on
AnMd rents Hour
i m narrv llcmre

I :1S Bobert l UwiS

j 4:45 Jane rroman




IM SUike It Rich
SJO Roy ors
:0e Newe Panonma
7:00 Meet Millie
7J0 You Bet Your Lift
J40 Clat Conway Heur
:0 Justice
:Se Tw te The II0OC7
10 M Millionaire
i fM.eae QumUob
11 .-OS New 1
11:05 Dear Phoebe
245 Slfn off.



Saturday, Jane 9, 1958
1S5 sign on
S:0S Stg Tet
3:00 Aimed force! Hour
4 :00 Encore
5:00 Jamie
5:30 Professional Tither
.. (M Ne-aneramt
1:00 Life of Hiley
7:30 Foreign Intrigue
1:00 Bob Hope (bow
I 00 Dan(er
S:30 That7a My Bey
10:00 Pantomime Quia
10:30 Hit Pared
1140 Neva
11:05 Those Whltinf Glr'ii
11:35 Stage Show
12:05 Sign oil.

Wberever you look. .
you will see an EMERSON,"






Z dmetimS arjaATrres

o--w i, a-, r H

ii i I Ijlij

I onn "wwa ciKvax... vgffif iftA or?, w irsvat ifJ o the j uwfok)
"1 :' -! aaVI lupadfiu Nil A L-tkifr3 V ijflav-prTTrgrrrir- r JTrKrnsrvwTr'ir-i
I FEW VEWl AFTER Hf H fS. -r5k WPNT GST WtRRS A6WNi f y V C' rf IT) fUe!
V PtA,rn, POYLHWKIEO : JT Tift!) ViUCH'. VttKt HW) W


Be'i a Shy Modest Person


"It'l a good thing you're not elected by votes!?

Faltering Philip
PhUtfa Ufa to tilled emu bratsee,
r7el-worv steps end ran be sues,
trpatrs weald tastrtj his borne Vke new.
. A. Oasstfleds. srt the right elnV

;: ': : :v

6tW90UlHIr1CKlNlTH 1 n. rnn U AMPCOlMS 0. 4 i QV-i I WE'D HEAD BACK HOME- I
I OI20EK$ A CHAgee ; OM cg op DUST WMfL''! KKtZs
ERSeANTlOO sjegfegLwa...,. , TH6 mopel l
J .'A, 'I 1


- S, 1.

EE panasia AsirrjcAX ax iNrrrrxrrvT v. nr ktstspapeh v
pigx nn



': I


. N- i
J 1 1 J j
. : I
1 1
1 J
rj j
- 1 iiiiwii im iiiiimiiii riiii-vi it r r nrrrT tr

i i

Ti 1


ABOVE, the Rev. J. Kimball

Renew is shown placine the cov

eted God and Country medal on
the. uniform of Eagle Scout
Frank D. Miller, JrJ following

formal presentation by Dean

Mainert J. Peterson, tipper left

at an impressive ceremony our

ing the regular Sunday morning

service at the cathedral oi st

Luke in Ancon. In the lore lore-ground
ground lore-ground facing the altar are

Scout Miller's parents, Col. and
Mrs. F. D. Miller. The God and

Country medal can be earned by
a Boy Scout in the program of

A religious awards developed by
f practically every major faith in
recognition of a Scout's nartici-

! s pation in all that his church or

oyuKguguo oners mm. cacn oe-
nomination develops Its own re requirements
quirements requirements for earning the
award. t- : :,."";:-.
- Immediately following the a a-warding
warding a-warding of the medal, congratu

lations on behalf of the Scout

-organization and the entire con congregation
gregation congregation were expressed (left)

oy uou Mugn Arnoia who, as
Troon committee chairman, ore.

sented an inscribed prayer book

w bcous Muier.

T.""ry Engineers To Celebrate
::!:y Of United Ststcs Corps

....od Elates Army Corps
ers will celebrate its 181&t

on June 16. The Corps

ashed by a resolution of

. .mental Congress on June

, which provided for chief
1 and two- assistants e for

; Crahd Army." Late in the fol fol-;
; fol-; year, General Washington
i wrized to raise and organ-
( "ps of Engineers; On March

. r. ..i, the Congress authorized

Cwps as a separate command.
Throughout the 191 years of its
history the Corps has established

an outstanding record of accom

plishments and services both in
peace and war. ; ,.
By act of Congress In 1902 tht
President of ,the United States
was authorized to organize and
establish a Military Acadamy at
West Point; which was initially
composed af sovon Corps of En En-oineer
oineer En-oineer Officers, end- famainad
tha responsibility of the Corps
until 116a. .v.
The Corps of Engineers Unre Unresponsible
sponsible Unresponsible for, all Army and. Air
Force design and construction; the
improvement and control of navig navigable
able navigable streams, and maintenance and
operating improvements thereon;
l each erosion control; 'harbor con con-ciruction
ciruction con-ciruction and maintenance; engi-

J- i l' iii i '-
neering research and development;
maintenance iof all Army facilities
including operation of all utilities
thereon; military engineer training,
intelligence and supply operations;
mapping inducing such major pro projects
jects projects as the "Inter Amercan Geo

detic Survey"; all real estate trans

action tor tne Army ana Air f orce;
the Corps also performs many oth other
er other engineering and business type

services for the Department of De Defense.'
fense.' Defense.' Former responsibilities of

the corps that nave been transfer

red to other departments of the

Government include federal high highway
way highway design and construction, US
Topographic and Geodetic surveys
Weather Service. -
' '" Soma of tha outstanding con contributions
tributions contributions of tho Corps to tho
, poaco-timo development of the
United States include the Man
hattan Prelect under which the
release of atomic energy was
developed; construction of the
Panama Canal; construction of
major dams such as Grand
Coulee, Garrison, Ft. Peck, Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, and McNary; development,
operation and maintenance of ov
or 38,000 miles of. navigable m-
' land waterways; and construe
fion and maintenance of over 400

V safety first

MYSTIC; Conn. (UP) Fire Firemen
men Firemen had an easy time dousing
a blaze at the home of Albert
P 0 1 1 e r. He apparently- had
dropped a lighted cigarette into
a pile of clothes -r in. his bath bathtub.
tub. bathtub. r.V,, .;'; Vr7 .......

ports in tho United Statu. 1

The Corns ha nerfnrmoit nut.

siancunz muuarv construction feat

during' every major conflict in
which the. United States hat been

involved; these accomplishments

nave estaousnea the motto of the
Corps "Essayons" -"W will try"
throughout the world.

The Canal Zone Post of the So

ciety of American Military Engi Engineers
neers Engineers is celebrating the birthday
of the Corps with a dinner. dance

a. AiDrooK omcers Mess at 7:30
p.m. on Saturday, June 16. All en

gineers and their guests are wel

come and ticket sales are being

sponsored by the principal engi

neering societies in Manama and

the Canal Zone, e


UNION, Ore. (UP). Oregon's
shortest operating railroad, and
one of the shortest in the nation,
is the Union Railroad' of Oregon,
running only 2.S miles from here
to its Junction with the Union Pa

cific railroad.

Major Foreign Policy Defeat
Handed Eisenhower By, House


Tne House handed President Ei

senhower a major foreign policy

aeieat yesterday by smashing an

attempt to restore $800 million of

a Si.l billion cut in his foreign aid


bpurmng a new last-minute ap

peal by the President and strong

pleading by both GOP and Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders, the House voted

down the restoration move by an
overwhelming 192-112.

House Republican leader Joseph

W. Martin Jr. (Mass.) told news

men the administration would give
up its fight in the House although
final action on the aid bill was put

off until Monday.

'We were licked." Martin said


House Democratic leader John

W. McCormack (Mass.), who with

Martin and Speaker Sam Rayburn

fought eloquently for the increase.

said the administration will have

to pin its hopes now on the sen senate.
ate. senate. v. .. .. V i

The House, which met two hours

eariy in nopes oi completing ac action
tion action on the $3.8 billion aid bill,
decided at 4:45 P.m. to put it a-

side until today. The first major

test then likely will come on a

move to cut off aid to Yugoslavia.

Rep. Edna F. Kelly (D-N.T.),
who offered the amendment Just
before the House quit for the
day, said she was not prompted
by Marshal Tito's friendly visit
to Moscow but by tho fact that
he had sowed discord and neu neutralism
tralism neutralism throughout Europe,
Yesterday's vote was an extra

ordinary personal victory for

chairman James P. Richards (D-

S.C.), of the House Foreign Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Committee which ordered
the il l billion slash in the Presi

dent's original $4.9 billion a 1 d

program. -
Richards, who Is retiring after
this session, said the administra administration
tion administration has enough left-over aid mon money
ey money to keen the program going two

years even if no new funds are
. .. IT. 11 J .U Ha.aijl.nt'.

voieu. tie caueu uiv x t wiuu
insistence on more- money an "ex "executive's
ecutive's "executive's whim." ,';,
In a messaee to the capitbl just

beofre the vote, the President call called
ed called the $600 million' figure which
would have raised the committee
bill to $4.4 billion the ''minimum
amount" needed to assure the "vi

tal" defense buildup of the nee

world. v

Later, after the enucai .we,
Mr. Eisenhower conferred with

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles for 35 minutes at tha White

House. Dulles declined to say

whether the aid bill setDacx was

The House previously ver-

whelmingly rejected attemptsto
give the President the entire $4.9
billion he requested, and to chop
another $500 million from the $3.8

billion recommended py int torn-

mittee. ; . .

- Martin read to a nusnea nous
Mr. Eisenhower's Uth hour
warning that the committee cut
might "cripple oorantire effort"
to unite and strengthen 1 1
rAmmunlit- nations. V

I am deeply concerned that

our nation's security j.. will be
seriously impaired by the propos proposed
ed proposed cut," the President said.v
Raybiirn. throwing his prestige
into the fight, told the House he

was "afraid not to" approve xne

amount asked by ine rresia-au
i itn nnt want to see the flash

of guns and hear the ; hum of

planes over uua ivuuuji
the House. ,,1
nut the House heeded neither

its leaders, the fresiaeni, xne
nf State nor the U.S. Joint

Chiefs oi starx. au nave mw

the si J hiUion cut couia senousiy

impair U.S. foreign poucy.

mcnara aenounccu au,

hower's insistence on a higher aid

sum as an "executives whim
which would destroy one of the

checks and balances of our gov

Interrupted several times by ap

plause from fellow Democrats,

Kicnams said he had great re

spect and affection for Mr. Eisen

hower Just as he has had t or
Democratic presidents. But he
said that he didn't agree with

Democratic chief executives "all

of the time."

He said he was "deeply distress

ed and deeply disturbed'' at Mar

tin s and Rayburn s attitude. He

said they and other House leaders
who conferred with the President

on the aid bill Thursday "are
great men but they did not sit
through the hearings held by our


"They dont know anything a.

bout this bill" Richards declar

ed. All they know it that they

called us down to the White House
and told us that we want more

money." v, ..

While House Spells
Out Eisenhower's

Ileulralily Reniarks


The White House, clarifying Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's stand on "neu "neutrality,"
trality," "neutrality," said he "does not believe"
that nations Joining U.S. defense

pacts run greater jrisk of Commu

nis, auaca. ; ;v;

Instead, it said, he believes that

any country will enhance its own

security by becoming a member

of mutual security alliances.

It issued a special statement In
Mr. Eisenhower's behalf "supple "supplementing"
menting" "supplementing" his news conference re

marks on the suDject or smauer
nations who choose to remain neu

tral in the East-West struggle. It

said there had been some contu

sion as to what he meant

Sneaking of a nation that Is "tru

ly i neutral," the President told

his news conference:

"If it has announced Its military
association with another great

power, things could happen, to it,
difficulties along its borders and

people would say. "Good enough

for it Thev asked lor it"

In the later statement, the White
House repeated Mr. Eisenhower's

stand that "there arc special con

ditions which Justify political neu neutrality."
trality." neutrality." But it added that "no na

tion has the right to oe inauiereni

to the fate of another."
The President does not believe,"

it said, "that association for mu

tual security with tne united Mates
will involve any country in added

danger, but on the contrary, wm
provide added security on the bas basis
is basis of mutuality and scrupulous re

spect for the independence ,.- of


Grtte Lfo taskr,
Well Khdwh l!:rer


sexs uelircnienl

When Capt Vladimir Zemin
turned in his logbook for the last
time on June 1 it marked .the retire retirement,
ment, retirement, after 31 years of service, of

one of Grace Line s most colorful
shipmasters. He was well known

on the waterfront here.

Zernin was born in St Peters
burg, Russia, in 1891. and receiv

ed his professional training at the
Imperial Russian Naval Academy.
He became a lieutenant in t h e

imperial Naval Air Corps and lat

er, in World War I, he served with
the same rank in the naval forces
of Great Britain and was awarded
the Military Cross. He became a
naturalised U.S. citizen in 1924 and
a year later joined Grace Line as

third officer on the Santa Cruz.

He received his first command.

the Santa' Clara, in 1937. and until

the outbreak of World War II serv served
ed served as muter on such other well

known Grace Lone passenger ships
as the Santa Rosa, Santa Elena
and Santa Lucia. During the war

years, he made numerous trips to

and from south Pacific ports and

the United States. He took com command
mand command of the new cargo-passenger

snip, the santa Barbara, in 1947

and for most of ms last nine years

of service he has been a familiar
figure on the bridge of a number

of the company's ships serving the

--m of the west coast of South


While Zernin has played a role

L several marine rescues, per.
haps one of his most unique ex experiences
periences experiences must have been a few
years ago when his ship brought to

Nnw voit on their way home three
secretaries of the- Russian Embas.
by wau nad been declared persona
non grata by the government of
Chile. ..

Zernin, who resides with his wife

on Old Mine Road, High Bridge,
New Jersey, looks forward in his

retirement to resuming his youth youthful
ful youthful hobby of painting in watercolor

and oils. :

GclHiia Up niohls
If yea sufff from Gettlnf Up
N lrhta, Baokaeha, Ir Plni, Ix
t Vlfoor, MurouaiiMS or wak
nan you Bould htlp your Prostata
Gland ImraadlaUlr wkh ROQENA.
This wondar madlolna makaa
yoa ftal yovntar, atronfar and
alano wlthotttlnUrruptlon. Gat
ROOENAfrom Tourchtmiit todas.


Less Flight Time...
More Enjoyment Time




riii ru- ilium

30 DAY

Make your trip a part of

your vacation enjoyment. .
not just a means of getting there.

Lunch at charming Ran Ran-cho
cho Ran-cho Alegre in picturesque
San Jose. .Everything to
your taste. 1

Modern, Powerful Super Convair 340- used on all
. LACSA International Flights.

LACSA also Serves
Puerto Rico
Grand Cayman
San Salvador

S Credit Plan
(up to 5 months to pay)

For more Information see your Travel Agent or Call 2-3439

- (at noon or alter 5:00 pan. Tel. 2-O870).,


Sty Christopher's
Ccnipletes Plans ;

ror v-anai 1 rip

Plans are completed for an ex excursion
cursion excursion through the Panama Can

al on Julys, on behalf of St Chris

tophers Episcopal Church, it was
announced today.
The excursion is planned to give

those living in Panama an oppor

tunity m transit ana to enjoy 1
pleasant outing at the same time.

ine mission will provide music

and light refreshments free of

charge for all who make the trip.
Those who plan to f 0 should ap

ply for tneir tickets at tne church

without delay, a spokesman said.


4 -the boldest story of. love you've ever been permitted to see!


W s fciiosiv V ar a tm Watof w 1 iwiis





V V-

! i

Co-stars Bnrt Lancaster atad Anna Magnani, internathmaHy famous star, bring to vivid
I .e the tempestuoas lovers of Tennessee Williams' unusual and exciting hit play, The
l:oe Tattoo." In Paramount' VistaVlsion nroductlon. "THR ansa tatto t" wnv

ACADEMY AWARD PRIZES: The Best Actress, Anna Magnanl, the Best Photography and
the Best Decoration. The picture release will take place June 12 at, the Central Theatre.
- Advt,





enuine (,


usoVc V


PanamA Tels. 2-0787 2-5387 ;

' ;; m VSBDMlBlBulig J


. yr jr ...
( X

f -i.fc... '-'.X

Big SMOOTH Single Haad

for Closer, Cleaner Shaves
Preferred by men who have tried
. ; them all. Shaves beards TOUGH-AS-WIRE-yet
won't irritate the

tenderestskin. 5-YEAR FREE
Sunbeam's powerful REAL

Rich ivorv Sbavemastor
with gold electroplated
fittings and trim in lux luxurious
urious luxurious leather gift cast
with rich red velduroi



Hero's a git that pleases Dad
and every one. Perfect CON CONTROLLED
setting the diaL No constant
. watching. Foods are more de'
. Ikwus. Ideal for entertaining
ping; into any outlet Available
in 3 sues: lOttMlft', 12M!
Water sealed element.'-


(00KS 20 MORE
tbaa lessd Psa


' CCe A SbM.awIXal

Give him perfect eoffeo every time
automatically. Finest of all ways to
ke coffee. Set it, forget it Solid cop copper
per copper and chrome plated.)

" vM ':- .-' ., ,.


Sj (T 04 gp m mm -m -maw -w w - - -

r 1
I r A 1
1 j it
v-3 j U J
i .i.


4 v



f- I ...... i



DB. C. t. MIMCA.' .$ .$-OH.
OH. .$-OH. R. AVILA JR- M.D,
1 "rot 1-MU fanem
jtM hwce
PIMM 2-2451
T hr Winiw
bal U2 P ';,t'1
tudi .0 Panama Hoiei
schTUa rtaa
Will MlV ft Of cbttK
your t ERSONNFX f
Tel. $-l. Box WJ- 1
t. 8. Poreomiel only ; I"
1-2477 BalM
Uo and Exerch U!S A
tion Special Foot f1.
Thomas. Physiotherapist. .Hot" w
p5S HHH Cent" 10 a m. -7
p m. lei. Panama I-1W.
Canal Zone v
Parsons noncru, j T irlth the
required M.ll a said m1'!V Jh
necessary vouchers, in the offlc ofthe
av Ancon. vf"' ,h. to
Tf JJTViTtaSnrS bTsupoorWd
K too' mdt ol th ellrnart or
S'h, M that- STTten
kwiHnot the .ffUnt ;,
Dated this h dsy of Jn l'
jtatMns b
. Bid Ask

" Banc riduelario iit'
Biokmlgoa ....
, Cemento Panami .'.'., 7J WJt
Ccrvccerla Naclonal .... tt
Chlrlcana da Lech .... U
Clay co
Coca Cola
Cuentas Comerelale 1 1
Prrf. with Com. IS6
DaatUador Naclonal M
rinanelara Ishnefta
Prat with Com. M. v l0
Pwanzas, S. A.
Pref. whh Com, MO
- Fuerza y tu-Prf. . 71l .' r.
tomi 1 tut Com. A. t
Hotele lnteramriceo. 614
General da SCfur
Paname&a da Aceitee ... ; .-, M
Panamefia d flbraa ... K
PanameAa dd Seguroa .; H vtt
PanameAa da TaUM i. 1t II I't
Teatr Bellavistt ."....
Teatro Central 0

(Cfltrirherclal Notice i

1 sere ft, tt
Agendas Internal, da Puhlicacionoa
Maw S Letter PUm

taMl Am a
FOR SALIt 25yc1 mfiifere mfiifere-tor
tor mfiifere-tor $65; eooeh, 2 matching arm
tlain $50; tm4w aVone with
mirror $15. Call 0-125 m
at 120-C, 6mbM.
FOR SAL!.- a fl. Westiag Westiag-house
house Westiag-house f rigerstor, 1 1 a u I
con Own; mahogany china cfes cfes-af;
af; cfes-af; n 30-gei. mmI ari.m,
grave plants stand, on 15-gal.
1532-t Gavilaa Area.
FOR SALE 25-eel wfrhj wfrhj-tr
tr wfrhj-tr $35; a4 chair aat
$15; hA with aarMf m4 Mat Mat-tratt
tratt Mat-tratt $10; Vanv $5; mixalla mixalla-Mm
Mm mixalla-Mm funtifat $5. CaR 6a-
ba 6-221.
FOR SALE: WaatHifhatna r.
frigcrater $50; 4-piac Kctioa Kctioa-al
al Kctioa-al couch. Phone 2-3124 or 2 2-2(30.
2(30. 2-2(30.
FOR SAII: 12-ft, FrifiJair
Kka w, TlM 3 3-piict
piict 3-piict rfrnlrtfl raaaf auk with 4
chairs,' automitic tcna'ix wathar.
2 and tables. Owner bein trans trans-ferrea
ferrea trans-ferrea t States. Panama 2 2-1959.
1959. 2-1959. v-
FOR SALIsFriiidaira with -.
frestar ml clock $50, Easy
wathinf machine $70, Girrsrd
Mcra chanter $30. Call after
5 .m., 2-1441. Quarter 0I49
FOR SALE-Wraufht iron II II-m
m II-m r m fyrnitura: lectianal
couch, launf chair, comer ta ta-khr
khr ta-khr an tw en1 tables. GMd
eandithiii $100. Fort Clayton
1137. '-.-vv: .- .:
iti CLASS-iti Naw cenra bofini T a.m.
Jan I, Ralba Y.M.C.A. Fhon
evenings, :'
Vacat It laHraeM Dane Codrt Codrt-o
o Codrt-o for pre-teens and teenagers.
16'z hr. lessens and free danc
book far wily $10.00. Classes
will be held Saturday Only
Stirling June 9th. Register now
by calling Islb 2-42J9 f
Panama 1-HfO. Htrnort
, Dunn. ..y i :
11ARN SPANISH with Mrs. Ro Roman'
man' Roman' miS wanJarful 'inn..
afr)rtl'' Spanish system. Fifteen
years f successful srwnc
with vr 4000 pupils, fstudiair
tSt. 14-79. Phen 2-3021.
Ml i
DAY WORK Wanted for !-'
rent laandrais, hukeepr. Call
pressnf employer, Curnd293.
(Contiancdj frm rf 1)
nosed the trouble a coronary
thrombosii and put Mr. EUen EUen-however
however EUen-however into morphine-Induc
ed sleep, transferring him later
in me morninp; 10 ntzsimons
Arnyr hospital where he was
patient for aeven weeki.
Hagerty said the PMsident
had "no fever.'
Asked If Snyder was "concern
ed" about the president, Hager-
xy saia iinruy, 'no he- is noi.-
He aaaea, "tie is not concern.
ed other than that the President
has an upset stomach."
Since Mr. Elsenhower left
the hospital at Denver each
aaeceed'ng medical rep ert.
usually foilowin; extensive ex ex-amlnatlon,
amlnatlon, ex-amlnatlon, has been more ep ep-timistic
timistic ep-timistic m appraising the de degree
gree degree of his recovery, v
He underwent a two-da v ex
amlnatlon at waiter Reed ho
oital here last month. It was
"head-to-toe" examination and
the results announced by the
White House pictured Mr. Ellen
hower as beinp- in good basic
health with no signs of heart
Th President was hosnitalw-
ed from May 10 to May 12 when
his bhvslcians reported alter
extensive tests that "his p-ener-
al condition continues good."
The report said "mere were
no symptoms or findings of my myocardial
ocardial myocardial insufficiency (muscle
weakness) or coronary insuffi
ciency (angina)."
Tne arteries 01 me extremi
ties," the report continued,'
"showed no evidence of sclero
sis. The circulatory tone was
good. The president has shown
good tolerance in. increasing
physical activity over the past
six months since he departed
Fitzsimonj hospital."

j need the following "I" beam and will purchase
vtthirrr oither from local tock, or -for diroct ship ship-.
. ship-. rnent, not later than' 90 dayal 1
1 Seam 33" x 15-34" X 240 lb.' 11 5d mtrs.
, 1 Beam , same 13.00 mtrs.
4 Beams -same ...... 1 12.20 mtrs.
, Muebleria CASA SPARTON
s Central 26-79 '" 'y fit 2-4591


- its u CerraoeoUla
-l" Street
f W At I M. r
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
Crnbrkl 4-deer sedan. Very
(sod conditio. Extras, radi.
kreme vents, ndrd, seat
cvrs. largaia at $550, CaH 3 3-1577.
1577. 3-1577. FOR SALE: 1941 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door tedsn $350. .Call Frf Da Davis
vis Davis 17-4J0r $-il7.
FOR $ALEi 1953 OM Supr
"IS," duty paid, radio, automata
fa transmissmn, $1400. Call I-'
4170.-. -'.'v.,
FOR SALE) 1950 Stodebaker
Champion 2 -door $300. RafbM
FOR SALE: Due t trip. 1955
Ckvlef model 210 4-door VS.
cash $1675. Eugen Roberts.
Phn ffie Amador 5253 ami
2122. ahon heme Amador
FOR SALE: 1949 luicfc S S-dsnott
dsnott S-dsnott with radio, good condi condition
tion condition $379 cash. Terms f desired.
Panama 2-5291
FOR SALE1952Smgw Road Roadster,
ster, Roadster, A-1 condition; 1949 Hav
toy Davids 20" girl' bicyem.
2-377$ lalbea.
FOR SALE: Fo.r-door 1953
Chevrolet. 14.500 ml lit lib
new. Owner being trsmferred f
States. Panama 2-1959.
FOR SALE-Statin Wagon '51
Ckovrolet fw-dr, l-pass-ger,
xsllnr condition, Phm
rrt Kbb 6231.
Boat & Motors
FOR SALE: Rt, 12-ft.f new,
Eff 12-hp. motor new, trailer'
and accsueriei it all cast new
$661. Cmr see ft and mak
your Hr. Fr appeintmant sail
3-2506 after 5 p.m.
Position Offered
WANTED: Offle girl
f handling telephone calls and
paper work in English and Span Spanish.
ish. Spanish. ELGA, Pr Avasm 39-1 16.
Phn 3-1650
Oriaiuve) Seai-
CcniLcr I lovir. To
pcrr.L,23r J2?:::3
LONDON. June i fctlP) ''-BeS
muda and Jamaica have invited
British shipowners to consider mov
ing their base of operations to the
Islands to escape heavy taxation
at home, it was announced yester yesterday;
day; yesterday; -.. s : .;;;.-:
And today shipowners, who have
complained that British taxation is
too heavy to let them compete
with "Jlag-of-convenience" fleets.
were considering the DroDosals. i.
Viscount Simon, deputy President;
of the United Kingdom Chamber
of Shipping, announced the invita
tions yesterday.
He said N. N. Nethersole. Ja
maican finance minister, would
shortly Visit Britain and-had of offered
fered offered to discuss the moves with
shipowners. '
Bermuda has already been men
tioned by shipowners as a possible
haven for their heavily taxed misi
nesses. But up to now financial
circles believed that the main real
aim was to force tax concessions
out of the government
But if they don't cet the tax
cuts, shipping firms are expected to
give serious consideration to the
offers, n
Cunard steamship line officials
recently pointed out that the taxes
saved if tne line had operated un
der a "Dag of convenience" in
the last eight years would have
paid for 14 million pounds worth
01 new. snipping.
These fiaa countries, notamy u
beria and Panama, charge only
registration fees or. in some cases
lower taxes than those levied in
Britain. '-
A 4.000-word report on the growth
and implications of nags ot con
venience" is expected to be pub
lished shortly by the International
Chamber of Shipping.
State police investigated a nine-
car traffic accident on th Mer
ritt Parkway and found that the
motorists Involved came from
New York, New Jersey, Rhode

Island, and Massachusetts, none

was from Connecticut.

; : 3


14 Caml At.

- 1M Cemkal
ROX 2031, ANCON. C2
OX 1211, CRISTOkVAL. C.2.
Misce Uaneoiu
FOR SALE: Irand now Gonoril
Elect ri 10-fallen Uctric ht
water heater. Ideal hi bar, res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, barker shop r beauty
parlor. Phen 3-0654.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds for
cmnt )artrl mahogany buf-
ft; I twin sis mattress; iho
skates; 1947 Chevrolet al
truck, Phen 2-2957,
sale. Call a) Panama Riding
School, Old Panama.
FOR SALE: Rmingtn Ant- ;
leader, 12-a.; 16mm. mavi
camera, magasine. Phone 83 83-4144.
4144. 83-4144. FOR SALE Rey'l E"fwM "500
lultot" ffka nw, $350. Term.
Pkn 2-2394.
FOR SALE: Argus camera 3.5 3.5-35mm.,
35mm., 3.5-35mm., perfect and camp lot
with accessories. Central Avm
1 1-117, Third flesr, from 12 t
2 p.m. end 1 1 10 p.m. Abv
. David lar. ,..V .-,
FOR SALE. 1950 lukk
sedan, dynaflow, tadia, new
tires, seat covers, etc Must Mil,
$500; K-3S target pistel, new,
$60; Webster's New Interna International
tional International Dictionary, large $4. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone lalbea 1739 after 4 p.m.)
FOR SALE. I.S.A. motorcycle,
1953. 650 eel Juan I. Seta St.
N. 2. Telephone 2-5426 from
1:00 t 12:00 MM and
2:00 t 6:00 p.m.
Wanted to Buy
WOULD LIKE TO RUY Dacha Dacha-hind
hind Dacha-hind pup. Call Panama 3-0451
between 9-12
FOR RENT Vacation quarters,
Paitilla. From July 7 until Sept.
l ""13t "S-bsdrtom concrete homo
.. iy iriuu, incraaing
?-.7c iion. front and back pa-
tioer large backyard. Call 2-.
! "0620;i a.m. to 5 p.m.; 3-3166
after 5 M tu
FOR RENTl Vacatra .uartert
in Balboa, Jun 15 t Aug. 21.
CaH Balbaa 430S.
FOR RENT: Cmpltly fur- -nished
chalet, tw bedrooms,
maid' room. Guillerm Oliver'
effka, betid U Carmen Church,
Pasadena. -..
FOR RENT Furnished or a-
furnished chalet, tw bsdrooms,
Ihrmg-dining room, gang and
garden. No. 1 10 1 8th Street,
San Francitc. '.--"'i.t ; ,:
FOR R ENTs Vacation .uartrt
Jun 5 t Spt. 1. Camplaroly
furnished hous, kitcken, dining
and living room, 3 bodroome ( 1
air-conditioned) 2 baths,' maid's
quarters, large yard, garage. Le- :
bated Bella Vista. Phone 3-6757.
FOR RENT: 3-bdroom chalet
furnished, I residential section.
Maid's ream and bathroom, all
conveniences. Half black from
Golf Club end bus step. Phone
2-2175 or 3-2709.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Cangrejo: two ex excellent
cellent excellent lets 900 meters each.
High location upper part VI
Argentina Boulevard. Excellent
neighbor both tides. SH indivi individually
dually individually $10 pr meter or both at
$9.50. Call ffic phon 2-0364
Panamd. .,
FOR SAU: lot Just Am
semen Av.t suitable for cam
" panics that with to build oHIces.
Phon 2-1155 Office hours.
- I
Vending Machines
Now Disgorging ;
Worms For Fishing

i lilprf! I Afc.irf-.IICi DCCODTC f. .ll


now comes a
ing machine
worms, v
corn-operated vend

to dispense fishing

Mrs. Joyce Wood of Salem

Invented a machine which will de deliver
liver deliver to fishermen ; a supply of
worms id small ans.

Mrs, Wood, who has some 20,000
worms in barrels, boxes and other

containers, says she plans to


ply fishermen with several thou

sand worms daily during
fishing season. The vending

chines will be set at strategic

laces so aL the fisherman has to
o is deposit a coin in the slot and

out comes his bai."


Spend your week ds at Ri
Mar, th best bathing boech to
th Republic, with aN conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate price. Th
now management in anxioos r
serve yau.
beach hous. On mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceoaiide Catteeee,
Santo Clara. 435, Bolbe.
' Phone Pananso $-1877, Ctitt Ctitt-bol
bol Ctitt-bol 3-1673.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Cla-ra.
ra. Cla-ra. Shrapnel' comfortable bowses.
x Phono Thompson Balboa 1772.
ATTENTION & LI Juat built
modern fusstisb) apartmentt, 1,
. 2 bedieoms. hat, cold wale.
Phena Pom ma 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modm cod,
completely furnished apartnwnt
in xcllnt location, living
roam, dining nook, 1 bdfm
kitchen and bath. Far 3 months,
Jun to September. Ideal
fat responsible fndivrdual r cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rant. Call Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. to
9 a.m. 1 p.m. t 10 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished modem
apartment,, screened, inspected,
1 and 2 bedroom. CaR 2-3065.
FOR RENT: Apartment at "El
Ceugrejo," first fleer, sanitary
sarvk and garage, comfortable.
Recently constructed. Phon 2-
.2883. r
FOR RENT: Modem n-ked-room
apartment with built-in
kftckenett, stov, refrigerator,
hot water, air-conditioned, ex excellent
cellent excellent location. Camp Aktgr.
Phon after 6 p.m., 3-4242.
FOR RENT: Have cool com comfortable
fortable comfortable tw-bdroom partmt
In Bella Vista., Willing share
with gentleman or couple, Phen
3-1589. .vV.
FOR RENT Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment for 3 months.
Comer 46th Strt-Pargu Ur Ur-raca.
raca. Ur-raca. Price $75 a month, Phon
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
, apartment wrfrigrtor, perch.
dining room, bedroom, kitchen,
sanitary conveniences, 1 1 1 d.
screened, $55.
Apply 112 Via
Belisari Porta
near Roosevelt
l"' a t? 1
FOR RENTr Attractive apart
'' mnt I front Hatal El Panama.
" "Mercedes Building", Living-.
i dining room, bedroom, etc. Quiet
t h4hberheod. Refer Fat Hahon
tarn vicinity. Phon 3-1179 r
. FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
. ment with bathroom, light, gat
and telephone $65 and $60.
Hous 172 Sabanas, rear f Sa Sa-,
, Sa-, banat fir Station. Inquire Qul-
fano. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern apart'
tnents, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, maid's room, aaraoe $100
and $90. "Irma" Building, "F"
Street. El Cangrejo. Inquire Qul-
an. Phn 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart"
ment, cool, comfortable, 1 bed-'
room Pereiil, rSecond Street N.
II. Pfwn 3-2694.
FOR RENT- Coolest, best lo location,
cation, location, tw-bed room apartment,
large balcony, newly painted.
Bella Vista. Phen 3-0934.
FOR RENT. Furnished and un
furnished apartments available:.
Contact Alhambra Apartments,
1 0th Street. Phen 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment, unfur
nished, in pleasant surroundings:
living-dining room, 2 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, maid's loom, ge ge-rae.
rae. ge-rae. laundry facilities, hot wa
ter installation $90. Bella Vista,
house 32 44th Street. Phon 3-
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, 2-
bath apartment. Pleasant sur
roundings. Hot water, garage.
El Cangrejo section. Call 2-0321
l: L ,i t ... .v
FOR RENT- nNicery furnished
apartments: bedroom. Auto Auto-.
. Auto-. mobile Row. $80 monthly1. An
other Golf Heights. $70. Call
Panama 3-4382 after 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, concrete, gat stov. $60
including: cost f a as. North A-
' merican neighbors. Telephone
FQR RENT Commercial sit.
aosresimatslv 200 squar
tars. Caraor f "G" and 14th
Street West. half block from
Central Av. Inquir: Quijan,
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
furnished, cool, clean room with
delicious meals. Private both.
CaH 3-1789.

t. Poo. do ta OM At. He. 41
JU Iuhmh At; iMSfc
, H Street No. B

.At;, v ; y

Year Make
'52 FORD
. '48 'NASH

; '51 joASU :

'53 DODGE Station Yagori 800
'52 STUDEBAKER Fordor .V. .. 695.

Panama 1090

Colpan Motors Inc.
Four Friendly FORD, MERCURY and LINCOLN Dealer
PANAMA 2-1033 : . 4-6

. Par ULrre I Street
Via Perrae 111
Via aasaaa A,

ti OU.tt1 I '. v,i
AW -I '.,-v
riiiin i

47 Studebaker Convertible 100.

'51 HUDSON Fordor........ 395.

'47 BU1CK Fordor.. ...a 100.
'52 CHEVROLET Fordor ... 795.



Colpan brings you the Lottery Drawing Sunday




CUAIiimi Q


r iivt

Fordor. .$200.

.....ei. 875.

Fordor, err. 195.

T Mi w
-si .. f
Colon 1230 Kcs.




.'. m. PAX.f!.i Arrr.icAN an ixrirExrrxT eaily kewspafer

page srvo

. 'Miiiiifofr. : ji JIuIJlULA H: a 'ir(i)fi)M1
capitolio tivoli DHiVE-IIJ Theatre CECILIA THEATRE ... R, victoria
THE BROKEN ARROW Popular Night $1.11 FEB CARS Bank Nirht! 1280 00
; I - FfiRBiDDFV CARf rt v ' Everybody, herd 6a the screen at lst.,il v - WOMAN ..
x -Also:- i in ; (ling of The WUd Frontier) f ROGUE'S REGIMENT ALso:
'ANOTHER GOOD ANOTHER GOOD . Plus: The Best 01 all: : '-' - Also: ' ' V
' picture! picture! SUSAN SLEPT HERE : TARZAN and MAGIC FOUNTAIN geneviye "XD country

House Democrat's Accuse SoYernmsnt
Of Drive To Destroy Public Power
WASHINGTON, June (UP) Rp. Dante 8. Fascell (D-Fli
The Democratic majority of prepared additional views on th't
House committee accused the issue. He said private utilities
senhower administration yester- should not be condemned for re re-day
day re-day of a concerted drive to destroy fusing to enter into agreements to
publle power .and aet up a "com- carry power for cooperatives and
plete private power monopoly" inlother publie groups
!hLUni!ed ?'tes- '"'y r Private enterprise

" nepuDucao oimoruy accus- engagea in maiung a profit and

tcuiwiau iu mm m wuue u is doc unusual for a busi.


by Erekia Jottnron

Wirt Vi

: ?



i HOLLYWOOD NEA)r Nota-'fc, 'Maybe I'll kiss yea and slay

file ouotaDies: c a won.- manon Brando it

VAN HEFLIN. about bis post- other story. You believe be is

war roles at MGM: "I was re-gmng bis aU. Ho has overtones
jected by more women in five of let's face itei."

years tnan any man in msiory.
1 still have to fight this Hollywood

she feels about kids in grease greasepaint:
paint: greasepaint: "I think if they enjoy It like I
did, it's all right, but they
shouldn't be pushed into it, if
they don't like it, i loved it, I
never worked too hard and moth

er saw that I had a normal me.

DEBRA PAGET, about her fu future
ture future in the movies:.
"Not long ago I went to a pro producer's
ducer's producer's office for an interview
He gaped at me and exclaimed,
Good grief, I always thought
yoa were an Indian Girl.' Then

and tnere I oeciaea tu uw

ERR0L FLYNN, about doing
his own stunts in "The Big Boo Boodle":
dle": Boodle": ... ;-,3..:.V' -".:
"My wife was worried about it
But I told her nothing could pos-

sioiy nappen to me because my

agent jusi won t auow it.
JOI LANSING, on playing love

scenes: "! always give a. better

performance with older men. They
i know what they're doing and give
a girl confidence."
t Composer Dim itri Tiomkin,

about film musical scores: "I al

ways talk to the author of the

script first to find out what he's
trying to say. Then I try to help
him say it with music,"



&40 kcs., Panama Glr
; Telephone 2-3066



:WH7hir;k IZ nA Z more' "DePit tti t4 bout
nd. ""M!1 more sponsor pressure and the like, I
taWlU.g Bendii, on a 'tlniely to wmow
subject: "I don't 'believe actors Jo g f0
should be in politics. It's a good!very W niita-
r. t,'t .mm niinointf .tions in time and money put on
way to lose half your following. Ty ft Jerttin

wa MiRTF !ATOT after co-' "Seniousness that is impossible

..r:. -,uu bk in "Th.t'tn a highly budgeted feature-

Certain Feeling':
"Bob doesn't .really GIVE him himself
self himself in love scene. His Attitude

Written for NEA Service

length movie."

. 103
AK7S43 Al U



a 4 3





. eQlOIT
Neither side vul.
Wt North East

Pass 1 A Pass


3 A':'

3N.T. Pass Pass

Opening lead 3


. WrIHen tw NEA Service

: If you were unlucky enough to

be declarer M today's hand at

three no-trump, you'd need a pock pocketful
etful pocketful of1 horseshoes, and a large

portion of courage.

The actual declarer won the first
trick with the ace of hearts and
made the false safety play of cash

ing the ace of clubs. Nothing im

portant fell on, this trick, so South

had to take a spade finesse, as


The ten of spades held, and South

led another spade, finessing aum

my's jack. This won, but East's
discard proved that the spades

would never come in. Declarer

cashed the ace of spades and took

a club finesse.
The club finesse likewise sue
ceeded. but the suit failed to break.

South therefore made three tricks

in each black suit and the ace of

hearts. The opponents then took

over, and South was down two,

South should realize that he
needs eisht tricks 'in the black

suits to make, the game. Both

fuvsses must work, and one suit

must be entirely developed ana

run. ....
Onre South comes to this eon

elusion he must see the best line

of play. He must lead a spade to

dummy's jack at the second- trick

in order to try a eiuo finesse
When this succeeds, he must fi

nesse the queen of spades,, cash

the ace of spades, and take a sec

ond club finesse, me duos tnen

run. and South makes his nine


Jeffrey Hunter: "A girl ao long longer
er longer marries a man for better or
for worse but for mere or less."
my films finish with' a good
moral,- I'm happy. I'll never

make a movie with a bad moral.''


As for mv mouto. Deint open

all the .time, I even sleep with it


Monuomerv nut. exoiaimne

why he stayed away from Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood for three years before ac

cepting the lead in "Rainteee


The one and only reason I

stayed away from Hollywood is

that I could not find a picture

with the right ingredients. It isn't

just story.- Directors and players

are also very important."

Marlon Brando: '"Anybody can

$infl in a movie. You sing one

note at a time. Yon sing that one

note until it's right and they put

Mr all together, they rk on' W

electronically and when yon nit a
clinker rnear clinker they bring

the music np and turn tne oiais
and crank the machine. They can
make an anteater sing in Holly Hollywood."
wood." Hollywood." ;


det of NBC: "Television cannot

advance by aping Hollywood nor
by confining itself to stereotype
programming. The path .to better

TV lines in home-discriminatmg

selection of programs by the au

dience, and this is tne pam tne
public seems to be following."


, I
i 1 I
I'' ' '

' Today, Friday, June I
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
till 3:00)

S:35-What'g Youf Favorite

6:00-Allen Jackson, Commen
.' tanr -.


REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:S0Your Dancing Party
6:45-M E L A C H R INO MUSI-
. CALE (Nescafe)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from US.
8:00 Music By Roth .-8:30
8:30 .-8:30 Short Story Theater
A:00 You Asked For It r r-:
: r-: quests taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 9
AM v
C:00-Sign On Alarm Cloca
Club (requests tken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jaz Salon -8:15
The Christopher
8:30 Musical Reveille f r
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 As I See
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 8:30)
11:05 spins And Needles
. (cont'd)
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:30 New Tune Time
.1:00 News v
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans s
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time ... ., ...
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday ;
4:00 Feature Reviews

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-i
i (re-i quests taken by phone

till 3:D0)
5:30 News 1

5:35 What's Your Favorite

(cont'd) ?.
6:00 Guest Star


. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Dolt Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from US.

8:00 Saturday Njgbt Dancing

. ri bjr r
AOrinoatlni. avViU N

5:00 Your Hit Parade t
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama
10:30 Owl's Nest (reauests

' taken by phone through

out program; ? -1:00
a.m. Sunday Sign X)ff.


By Calbnith

fT't' 7 .....


"Prttty harp car you've got there, young; tnanl What
kind of grades do you get in school?"

Tenor Frenk Perker
Leaving Godfrey
In Friendly Parting
Tenor Frank Parker is leaving Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Godfrey id a friendly part parting
ing parting after six years' association.
It is most gratifying to me not
losing Arthur's friendship, which
goes back long before I started
working for him," Parker said,
"This means a great deal to me
and it will be wonderful to be a
guest on Arthur's show."
A CBS spokesman said there
was no comment from Godfrey,

who has fired more than 20 mem members
bers members of his "family" in the past
three years, including singer Juli Julius
us Julius LaRosa in October, 1953.
''Mr. Godfrey notified Frank
Parker and .other members of the
cast how they would be used on
the shows when their contracts
were up. He thought everyone was

satisfied witn n. k

'Pmt PrV Tittn't rBntlflefl

Mn Godfrey that he was displeas-j

ed, nnd it is only tnrougn me news newspapers
papers newspapers that Mr. Godfrey learned a.
bout this." ...
Parker, 53, said he would leave
the Godfrey team after June 30,
when his present contract expires.
He expects to work on a TV drama

HEADY PRAISE-When a 21-year-old
Parisienne .wins ac acclaim
claim acclaim -as "Queen of the Paris
Market," the news Just can't
be kept under her hat even a
king-sized lob like this one.
When not reigning as market
: queen, Henriette Savart helps
her parents in a nearby cafe.

Saturday, Sunday & Monday


r W w v


Musei thru United Artists



7 2

Dr. Albifu (enspos,

ISIjll Parclyzcdr

To Relurn To Prison

, SAN JUAN, P.R.; June 8 (UP) (UP)-Dr,
Dr, (UP)-Dr, Pedro Albiiu Campos, leader
of the violently anti-American Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Party, -will be returned to
prison this week after spending
seversl months at the Presbyteri-

sn Hospital, it was announced to

day. ...
Dr. Eduardo MontiUa. head nhv

sician at the hospital, said Albtzu's

health was mifch better and that
two other prisoners had been train

ed specially to take tare of Albizu
at the penitentiary.
Albizu's cell has been equipped
especially with a hospital bed and

other facilities to fit his condition,
it was said.
Dr. Montilla said Albizu's trans transfer
fer transfer from the hospital to the prison
will be iriade secretly to avoid anv

possible Nationalist demonstrations.

Albizu suffered a stroke on
March 29 as 1 result of which his
left side was paralyzed and he lost
his speech. His condition was coin,
plicated by arteriosclerosis and
heart disease.
A Harvard graduate, Albizu was
sentenced to 81 years in prison for
the Nationalist revolt of 1950 in
which 33 persons were killed. v
After serving three years, lie
was pardoned by Gov. Luis Mufioz
Marin when he began showing
signs of mental disturbance. How However,
ever, However, he was ordered back to jail
in March 1954 after he sought to
justify the shooting of five U. S.
representatives by Puerto Riean
Nationalists in Washington aa "an
act of sublime heroism."
He said at the time that he con considered
sidered considered himself "at war with the
United States."

series and schedule
ing engagements.

outside sing-




Radiantly happyr 18-year-old
Amabile Battistello, formerly
blind, steps into a world of
light and vision, following con convalescence
valescence convalescence from a corneal
transplant. The girl "inherit-
ed" her priceless gift from the -late
Italian priest Don Carlo
Gnocchl, who. willed his evet

to the blind.


venomous attack on private en

terprise" and a "shocking mis

use"! of congressional power for
political purposes.

The Democrats, members of the

House Government Operations
Committee, issued a blistering
150-page report calling on Presi

dent Eisenhower to fire Interior

Undersecretary Clarence A. Davis
and Assistant Secretary Clarence
A. Davis and Assistant Secretary

Fred G. AandahL
They also demanded a "full "full-scale
scale "full-scale joint investigation" by both

Houses of Congress to find out if

ncssman to do business with his
competitiors," Fascall said, "it
would be ridiculous to assume
that he would not try to get the
bent possible deal for himself.".
Fascell said the private utilities
should be heard by Congress,
. The conflicting reports we r e e-based
based e-based on 18 days of etormev hear hearings
ings hearings last year in Springfield, Mo.,
Atlanta, Ga., Denver, Colo., Idaho
Falls. Ida., Saa Francisco, Calif., -and
Washington, D.C. They were
held by a subcommittee headed by
Rep. Earl Chudoff (D-fa.),

private power firms are making Aandahl and former Interior Sec!
aa "organized effort to influence rotary Douglas McKay of a "brex "brex-the
the "brex-the federal administration, t h e'en attempt" to subvert the law by
Congress, the governments of the.favoring private utilities la fh
states and the political life of the; sale of federal power. -T
natinn I kl... ..u .l? ..t... ...... ...

-- m me aamuusirauon s

nepuDucans on tne a memDeriDroarsm ia "idenUcal" with that

committee charged that the Dem

ocratte report was a "textbook

for socialism," composed of "in

discriminate, unrestrained attacks

upon private industry, government

officials, businessmen, state gov.

of private power companies, and
is "completely coordinated in each

region of the country" with that

ICi' the power firms.

The Republicans accused the

Democrats of "hit-and-run" tac-

ernmentt, state agencies, courts tjcl whereby witnesses were hand hand-and
and hand-and Congress itself. picked in(1 c01hed, charges were
PtyKld '.u leder1 ,clBeW,alred and administration officials
attacked by the Democrats .h.n ,. .n

months later.

'sincerely, earnestly and honest

ly" trying to administer their re responsibilities
sponsibilities responsibilities "to the best of their
ability." '." ,-
The Democratic maiority was
headed by Rep. William L. Daw
son (D-lll.) committee chair
man. The GOP minority was
headed by Rep. Clare I. Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman (R-Mich.), former s h a I r

Parker joined the Godfrey, or

gtmzation in 1949 for a series of

appearances as a guesst singer.

then became a regular member of
the Wednesday night "Friends"

show, which m being dropped by
CBS after July 25.
The singer's decision to leave
was believed to stem from God Godfrey's
frey's Godfrey's outline, for a new format
for the "Friends" show next sea season.
son. season. "Friends" has shown a steady
decline in the television ratings
since the appearance of the rival
show, "Disneyland," in Novem November.
ber. November. 1954. Godfrey was known to

have favored unveiling new talent,

on future sbows. v
"Godfrey has more than given
me my. chance and opportunity to
become re-acquainted with the
public,' Parker said. "I hope the
new talent gets the same break
1 '. U v

-the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to iee!



The Democratic report accus accused
ed accused the administration of favor favor-private
private favor-private utilities in specific e -rn
of the nation. . r
SOUTHEAST: Democratic
chargeVThe Interior Department
"suppressed" an opinion by Attor.
ney General Herbert Brownell Jr.
upholding the right of electric co cooperatives
operatives cooperatives to first call on federal
power. This -was in connection
with power from the Clark Hill,
dam in Georgia. The Interior De Department
partment Department then "cooperated with?
the Georgia Power Co. in "bait "baiting
ing "baiting a trap" aimed at trying to
lure the co-ops into an unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable arrangement with the. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Power Co. r i i

BALBOA 4:30 1:15 S:0
Academy Award Winners -best
actor in the best picture,


Sntorday "lacy Gallant

DIABLO HT3. : & 1M c
Judy Holllday
Jack Lemmon -"IT
Ten-thirty show tonight
Creature With The Atom
Brain" '
SatiirdnT "The Far HorUong"

John Agar .
Mara Corday
"It Should Hannen Tt You"

Humphrey Bogart
Aldo Ray
peter Ustinov
Joan Bennett
fiatnrdav "Show Boat"

MARGARITA 6:15 ft 8:25
The Mighty Musical of the
Ten-thirty show tonight tonight-"The
"The tonight-"The Big Heat
BtnrdT "Flnrer Man"

CRISTOBAL 6:15 ft 1:05
Randolrth. Scott
"The Treasure of
Pane ho Vllle"

PARAISO Bob Hone, in
Th Seven Little Fovs"

LA BOCA "It Came from
Beneath the Sea" ft "Al
Jennlnrs of Oklahoma"

Yvonne De Carlo, In
"Border River"

CAMP BIERD S: 16 ft 7:56
"Duel on the Mississippi"

i -' ii
Vinnrrm a tl i '4
' could I ff 1
-; NBVCR BE I 1 7 1
' '8ATI$FIED!i jf'. 'A
ho waotod i f fi- ?
vorythtng 0 ",
MONEY,-, tiff i I
r 1





Throughout the entire line 1

' 4 s the big niw BIvederi r tht most ltmoroui can


U;,.. e.

, over to bear the PLYMOUTH nsms.


"A wide selection of gem-like exterior finishes and gorfepui :

matching fabrics ia alto available In the Savoy models.
In the new PLYMOUTH Plaza models, thert it no need to
aaorifice beauty and glamour. 7
Clamorous new Belvedere Savoy and Plaza Suburbans tnd
Commercial Utilitet mark their owners unmistakably as
thoae who know and appreciate gracious living;




Exciting Dramatic Where the old and the new worlds meet.


a n 7
( : r
0 -U,

long famous as a land of coffee, ell,
emeralds and orchids The beautiful
land where enchanting surprise meets

you every hour.

Only direct

four-motored Douglas
Luxurious servicei


tu m

The Oldest Airline of the Americas
Pan American World Airways Systems
See yeur Travel Ageht or call
nr office TeL t-295

" ')


'' np,r,Tir.w
7 f 134, Panama
social and Jlhenvi5e
By Staffers
Box 5037, Jwn
aatVa far Wlatlaal la till
eeluma UKui4 aabmme ke
wiiiica form mi auileS t eaa at
tha box lumber! Html feiljr ta fe fecial
cial fecial and OUwnwia. ec UTrW
by IumI la tli ainca. waucae
aMUud mm o occeajed fcy tote-


i ,1'

V ' :


t ;J

11U ...

, Hi

" V "m,..iii.....,w.1 .inu.nnu m i vf"'

Tf thara la someone knocklnr

at your door wnen you are last lasting
ing lasting on the telephone and there
nn nna alsa tn tniwer the door.

say quickly to the person on the

otner end oi tne une, -May i
call back later? There Is some

one at the door." ;

Bat be sure ta call pack as

quickly as possible.

MRS: UONEI, McGAKR (left) receives a gift
Amador Officers' Wives' Club, at a farewell
Fort Amador, yesterday. The gift was from
Isthmus, and ladies lrom each of the clubs
! Ladies forminsr the reception line were Mrs.

nwjddents of the various clubs. The party w

to Mrs. McOarr. Major General and Mrs. Mc

from Mrs. Gines Perez, President of the Fort
tea held in her honor at the Army-Navy Club,
the combined Officers' Wives' Clubs on the
were present to bid Mrs. McGarr farewell.
McGarr, Mrs. Louis V. Hightower, and the

as climaxed with the presentation oi tne u
Garr will leave for the States on Friday.
(U.S. Army photo)

away outfit was a smartly tailored
gray cotton suit with white acces accessories.
sories. accessories. On the young couple's re return
turn return frnm thm Tntorifw tnAV will

be at home to their friends on First!

btreet, uirunau.

ter of Mrs. Emma Brown of Cu-

rundu and the late Mr. John L.I
Rrnwn .Qhi was fwirn anH rniapH

in the Canal Zone, graduating
from Balboa High School in 19S5.

ximi a minvrir nf tnc lM.Vii

freshman class at Balboa Junior


Mr Aiimicr ITnsilr la frnm t h

Bronx, New York. He is presently
1 "i 1 4.. 1 L

empioyea wiu uu i eiidoi



Mr and Mrs Divirt TTartwell

of Cocoli entertained with a fare

well dinner party at tneu resi residence
dence residence in honor of Mrs. Maria A-
marlnr whn ia Tetiirnino In MpYirn

where she is Councellor of of the

Panama Embassy. She wui em emplane
plane emplane for Mexico City on Monday.

Raturnina Cram Varatinn

. Miss Olive Brooks who has been

away on vacation for the past
three months visiting in the United
States and Mexico, will return on

tne as "ranama on weanesaa;

Varanrsll I.nnchmtn 'i 1

Mica rv-w rhavpn win host

ess at a luncheon at her home in
Bella Vista recently. The luncheon
was a farewell for Miss Elvita
Tribaldos who Is leaving shortly

for the States to continue ner sui


0 .liiMiSn 4a ferhmna

t -ur and Mn Knhprt Kummelll

of Panama wul return lrom ine

United States on the SS "f anama

due here on Wednesday.

(Continued on Page !))

lOnarrv WIsflita WonMl'l Onk

I Tha mmilir mactins and coffee

of the Quarry Heights Women's
I Club will be held at :30 a.m.

Wednesday, June 13th at Quarry

Heignts uuicers uuo.

Tnr oanrallatirmi BleiM call One

of the following hostesses prior to

noon Tuesday, June uu; m r a
Crum 82-2261, Mrs. Lane M-5133

or Mrs. May &3ZO, ; :

Giiihmm WaaraaHaa Hoard :


Tha Ctimmar Harraation rTO-

w.n, Ttnarrf ITS Tate) will meet

tnmnrrnw morninO' at 10:30 at the

Post Headquarters Building No.

214" at Fort liuucK. uemDers oi au
communities who are interested
in this program are urgently re

quested to aiieno k.

INSTALLATION or A NEW PRESIDENT for: the Intef American Women's Club took pla
on Wednesday at tot lvolt Quest House when the club elected a new committee f or th
rmtayw Outgolnr president Ruth. Com ex (left), hands over the badge of office to
Sfwlr"ected Preddent, Mrs. Matilda A. de la Guardla (right). From left to right art;
Mrs Gwcia de Paredes. Mrs. Lollta Mufi ox de Velaqu, Mrs. Harold W. Sander. Mri.. Mri..-Ruthmez,
Ruthmez, Mri..-Ruthmez, Mrs. MatUda de la Guardla, Miss Ced Heurtematte and Mrs. Otto Hausmann. .

P V ....,'-

- a i
a. aat-t .1 mm i '" mmanmrr-

The United States Ambassadoc and Mrs. Julian Flske
i Harrinrton entertained with a farewell luncheon, at the Em-
bassy Residence on La Cresta In honor of General and Mrs,
Reuben C. Hiod who will be leaving shortly for the States.

Miss Nina Brewrr Becemet Bride
Of Mr. August J-Kosik' P
Siiss Nina Brown became the

bride of August J. Kosik during
an impressive double ring cere ceremony
mony ceremony at the Balboa Union Ghurch,
on Sunday, June 3rd, at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Oscar Olsen officiated.
Tha church waa hpnntifullv dec

orated with green palms, calla lil lil-lies,
lies, lil-lies, white asters and dainty ba baby's
by's baby's breath. Miniature rose trees
outlined the news and a fern cov

ered trellis was illuminated by
tiers of candles.
Tha hriria wnra a Ions' sleeved.

floor length gown of Chantilly lace
and pleated nylon over satin, and
a short veil of illusion over a white

npnrl Juliet can. Her onlv iewel-

r" wai a lovely pearl necklance, a

gut oi tne groom. &ne cameo, a
naantifitl hniinnat oi red roses'.

Th. matmn hnnnr Mn fl V!

Dillman, wore a ballerina length
i gowii of pink nylon lace over pink
taffeta, with pink mitten gloves
arid shoes. She carried a nosegay

. of yellow roses. v

Drtdaamaula tha W!d VarMa

Rnrlcro i anH Paula Rnllivan. were

: j a: 11-. i. u ii : 1 .11.

lueuiicauy aiyieu uaueruia icugui

cowng ot nvion lace over laneia.

in anntrnatina anlnra it crraan and

vallnw with matchina m i 1 1 e n

mImiam .nil nkn.r r ... V. n AahiJ

uliet caps. They carried nosegays
of pink roses. 5
The mother of the bride was at attractively
tractively attractively attired in a pale blue

valvar ; amhnccan atraar lanarn

dress with white accessories. She

wore a corsage oi yeuow roses..

rreceeaing ue weaaine ceremo

my, Miss Ann Livingston sang

"Because" and "The Lord's Pray Prayer."
er." Prayer." Mr. Victor Harr recited "How

Do I Love Thee?" by Elizabeth

Barrett Browning. ,

Knllnunnor Tha wannintf raramiv.

ny a reception was held at the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Oub, Fort Ama

dor. Miss Ann unomas was in
charge of the bride's book, Mrs.

Le ceu ana mrs. a. u. vouins

the wedding cake, and Mrs. Ge Gerald
rald Gerald anH Mrs Kldnn Phalan

assisted with the buffet and cof-

Mm r i VanHiaf- tfrand

xw. a

mother of the bride and Mrs. Yane

Leves, the bride s aunts were re-
mnnciM. tnr tha hpaiit.ifill decora

tions at the church and reception

hill ...... '.

The young couple left on their
wedding trip Immediately follow following
ing following the recepyon. The bride's going


Many other useful
Leather and Plastic
Prices drastically slashed!

ti r.cTC A 1 1 FT In London.

British TV gets a neiping mim

from this trucif-Borne nyorauuo
nlotfnrm fnv outdoor telCViSUlC.

Movina? in all directions, the

niatform pan raixa a camera'

- . 1 ,L.

man 40 reel, enramauua un

naad for acaSoldinf in man

ahnta. Tha cameraman

raises and lowers the platform

with foot ptosis ana rouns u

with knee-operataa coniroi.

Hazard Tells

- (Continued from Parrl) ;

7nn Schools who: awarded '.flie

. Uiaa Rattr FlataU. a

High Honor graduate was Valedic

torian and Miss carmen vara wa


n... nanariiatinn Civen bf

the Rev. .William Livingston, whose

daughter, Ann, was an nonor graa
t- Tlkaral Arta

ua kC ui, m""

In addition to Miss riatau ana
Miss Vales, high honor graduates
...... MilHraH Damaratl. MISS

Kam, Mary Rose, and Michael
Zimmerman. ;

Honor graduates were voivn
Bring, Teresa ; Chutis, Mrs.
.r. Mallr. Maraarita Laterraca,

Miss Livingsten, James Max

well, Mrs. Many wiouanotr,
Kurt Meazel, Mrs. llllia Ray
mer, Duaiw Rigby, anel Justm
Wong. -.-::
The entire, graduating class in.

Valvia Ttrincai. : fBA) TlTIII

Chutis (BA), Mfldred Damerou

(Sec), Albert Evans (Ut), Jsrnes Jsrnes-tin
tin Jsrnes-tin Evans (Sec). Betty Flatau

(BA), WiUiam P. Fuller (LA),

Roger Gamboa (Sti), cnanes w

veUi (SE), Thomas liregg

Hatchett (LA), Mrs. Sara :J H0U1

(BA), Curtis Jennes w vitki vitki-nia
nia vitki-nia Kam (SEC), Margarita Lator-
.... (Til Tnaa 1m fSEl. Ann

Livingston LA), Jamea Maxwell

(LA), uianes Mcuiaae b., -dele
Meissner (LA), Mrs. MoUy
u.ii.i., nil Kurt Men set

IAWaiaaeaJ'a, aaaaa.y i
(SE), Shirley Million (LA), Yvette

Miro (BA), xavia noirao. on,,
CoraUa Noriega (Sec), Mrs. Lillia
n.mar fT.AV Huana Riebv (BA).

Emma Robles (BA), Mary -Rose

(LA), Phyllis sager jiaecj, uiona
c...n vcat Alvca Thomas (LA).

vaia fSaaV. Justin Wong

(LA), RosaUe Young (BA), and

Michael, zimmeraan

., :V v ( f-t
----" i j
t t' T '- vrv i

.8i.:a..:.sihiiMaatiiiM mn iaaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaar

li simn iii n


mmmw rjjljj II I

f 1 AnTiiAnriMs ruArc ssysf -. I

, J VI. E.pana No. 27 182 VKIWLIIl. JnUW II

it I I I ftW-

11 y II m I IHHaTaaa-

l Children't clothing
'I I Gifts ana novelties. - :; yX A

; Wr vJ THC

- -v 'r 1 r '( vw
. . 1 i j
f ;
f I Hi


a cooJ, diiferant pldc

. .to atf


jrolden fritd in;A

with jfreneh fries
' ' vegeUbl



PROFESSOR BERNARDO LOMBARDO, Panama's leading au authority
thority authority on atomic energy whd recently represented hi counter counter-at
at counter-at the Atomiu. Energy .Conference held In Geneva, will be the
guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Panama Chapter
of International House June 13. The meeting will be held thla
month In the auditorium of the United States Information
Service, on Avenlda Central 35-02, at 7:30 p.m. Lombardo will
speak on the importance and significance of atomic energy.
and will describe Its numerous applications for peaceful pur-
poses.: His lecture will be Illustrated with color films oh atomic
energy developments. 'The public Is cordially Invited by tha
Panama Chapter of International .House to hear Lombardo
speak. In the above photo, Lombardo Is shown examining one
of the 64 panels of the ."Atoms For peace" exhibit In the main
. i....niM n f K. TTnfvarait.v nf PanamlL. This PX

blblW which has toured many countries of the world, open".

10 Uie PUDUS HUIU aiuua o. ; awv




i.Kctice cf Annual Meeting of Stockholders
" Notio I hereby glvm'thit tha'Aenual MtMing af th Stockho!..
nj af raaamarkaa Invattmtnt Company, Inc., a corporation of tl.
- RepuUie of Panama, will M -Mi Id Sth y of July. 1956
" 10 o'clock In tho fortnoon at the office of the- Corporation, Avonida
Gonoral t rim Ne. 29, Maxko, D.F. Moaico, for th purpot ef:
1. Coalkmint the electiee-ef the off lean ef the Corporation for
-Hi pa year. '''
2 uminatHM of tli Corporation' balanc ilioot far the past yea
, ane, if foun4 to be ia ardor approval tharoof. , r 1
I. To rtcalv and contidor report of th act ef the Dimeter,'
VoHicara and manatemont of the Corpo ration during tho psat
yoar and, ff found to be in order, to approve such act. A
'"A. Iladiea of Director for the following iiacal year ef the, Cor
Operation. f i ' &r
r 5.' To caaiidor and act upoa inch ether kwiinoM as may properly
, be brf ht before the mooHnf.
Dated: May SO. U56 '
" Should you net bo praaant at the motin kindly forward year
-pm,-rt, , IRIN6w.$AWINT
. v ', ',-:, :r Secretary and Treasurer.


"j. :" jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

V A heavenly new pattern

Fresh aftd new as die morning
sky... clear and twinkling
as the heavens at midnight-
. that's Celeste. Not Just another
flatware pattern, hut a work of
art in sterling. Decorative
motif is rich-yet gracefully
restrained and is incised to
; impart a brilliant, hand-wrought
look. Celeste a heavenly new ,,
partem for someone you
love ... or for youl i


" 'There's not a woman who's tried Aunt
. Jamkaa FaBoak Mix who didn't please her herself
self herself (and family) with these light and fluffy,
.wotMUrfuL Aust Jomaaa dooi itM thing for
yew, lint, -aost ef the work Is eliminated.
Yon make puctbi tha vseitm quick war
with Aunt Jemima. And when you. follow the
- Bpli toatrtwticM eajrefully, off your griddle
, come the most appetising, smoothextured
Cpmeakesyoeuldlinagu. VV"-.'K?
So boa better cook... ajidilotaofeom-
. t. .. Talwia Panaaka tAX


Leading Silversmiths Since 1831


. ewe)



' i y ii

: aaaaBBBBiaBBBBaBaaaaaBaBBaaaBaaaBBaaaaaaMaBaaaBaaaaaiaaaMaaaaaaaaaMaaiaMaaBa

.u a
f ,:

QlllaUi'-f-V aolfroWr- -


Socia l and Ott
4al)(cclotli Ss 4Lo Slanlzcl

, AaaoaHcf mfnt Frttm
Cwmtt For Bhnd
Mrs. Nathan Sharp and her com committee
mittee committee wish to thank the mer merchants
chants merchants of Panama and Colon along
with individuals from these cities
and the Canal Zone for their gen generosity
erosity generosity which helped to make tin
annual benefit affair for the Sehool
for the Blind of the Salvation Ar Army
my Army in Panama and the Lighthouse
ia Israel a success. The affair was
held at the USO-JW? .Armed froc-

cs service Center.
St Mary's To Hold Gradoatka
Exert Is ei Today
Junior and Senior Hlh com
neneement exercises of St Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Academy will begin this eve evening
ning evening at T:3Q, and elementary
griaei tut noiq cioeuij exercises
at a.m. if v
, Priies wifl be distributed tonight
after the conclusion of the pro program.
gram. program. They are a gold medal do-
atea ey tne tuiignti of toiumous
which will be presented to Elvira
Chee Chong, senior student, for
the highest average In the study
of religioa; a gold medal donated
by the Catholic Daughters of A A-m
m A-m erica for the highest study of re
ligion in uie jBiermeaute graaes
which will be awarded to A lira
Barrios: a sold medal donated by
Mr. Mario Julio for the highest
average in Spanish, which wm be
awarded to Miriam Ochoa; a gold
medal which has been donated by
the Aeademy for the highest av average
erage average in conduct which will be a a-warded
warded a-warded to Gertrude Serko, a sen
ior; a gold medal donated by the
Academy for the highest average
ia Conduct and Scholarship is in
termediate grades and a medal
donated by the Alumnae Associa
tion of st Mary s Academy far
loyalty te the school, which will
, be awarded to Maria NspoUtano,
t senior,-. : v- -. :. .- .-,
Other prats will be awarded to
Students for Conduct, Scholarship,
Attendance, and important sub
jects in i.nusn ano apanum,
Semi-Monthly Candlelight
Dance At JWB-VSO
' The semi monthly candlelight
dance will be held en Sunday, at
the I SOJUB Armed Forces Serv.
tee Center at S p.m. :
Dancing ta latest recorded- hit;
tunes will be enjoyed at this dance
which will be attended by the
young ladies of the USCMWB Club
NBA Feed and Markets Editor
'. Herea ; delightful wedding
breakfast The main feature is
chicken with, almonds served in
patty shells.
Menu for Wedding Breakfasts
Grape-melon cocktail, chicken
almondlne, green peas, hot rolls
and butter, assorted relishes, ice
cream, wewms came,' couee.
Mabel Stegner, distinguished
New York home economist,
worked it out for ,lVi, i ,,j
She says. "Chicken, the tradi
tional dish for special occasions, is-l
given a note of distinction by the
addition of toasted almonds and a
dash t inffef, v.
"This dish lands itself to chafing
eUsh service very nicely.
"To keep the flavor delicate and
the work at a minimum, chicken
breasts were used. They may be
purchased frosea or fresh killed,
since many stores BOW have chick chicken
en chicken parts available.
"Your weddinf cake cost will
vary aeeordiag to personal
wisnes. ,-,
Chicken With Almonds
--.-- (Makes 12 servings)
Six tablespoons butter, 1 cup
finely diced onion, S cups chicken
broth. 1 teaspoon salt, V teaspoon
pepper, 1 teaspoon ginger, I cups
cooked chicken, cubed, ? t-ounce
eans sliced broiled mushrooms, 3
tablespoons cornstarch, tvs eups
blanched almonds, toasted and
slivered, ti cup green pepper.:
Melt butter in chicken fryer or
Dutch oven. Add onion and cook
ever low heat for 4 minutes, stir stirring
ring stirring frequently. Add broth and
aeasonings and chicken. Drain and
add mushrooms. Combine and add
mushroom broth and cornstarch.
Blend well and cook, stirring con con-atantly,
atantly, con-atantly, until mixture thickens.
Stir in. almonds and green pepper.
Serve over toast points, patty
shells, or pastry shells.
1 A noted medical authority
' aays erpactant mothers should
' drink plenty of wholesome milk
daily. Milk supplies them with
tha calcium and phosphorus
they used for themselves and
for proper development of their
baby's teeth and bones.
I- ivr Him thi
'WB W V-

to at-
GRADUATE Cadet Ensign
James s. Powell, son of Mr. and
Mrs, jann H. Powell of Ft Am
ador, graduated from Admiral
rarragut Academy at St Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. Fla., pa May 26 alter six
year8 of study. For his last three
years, lie was. award aed riband
for academic efficlencv. At the
commencement exercises Powell
was awarded the Quarterbaqk
Ciub tneaal as the outstanding
cadet in scholarship. Leadarshlo
ana auueuc aouny. Along with
me meaaj ne was presented a!
1100 sa vines bond.
He played on the varsity Toot-
ball, baseball, and .basketball!
teams for four yws, and was a
member of the Farragut Matef,
the academy's crack drill team,
for three years. He also wbn the
American Legion Award in his
freshman year, was a memhur
oi tne nonor council, was treas-.'
urer or tne junior c ass. and
president ox uie Monogram Club.
In Intradural activities, Jim
in whalehoatlnir.
track, tennis, volleyball, basket-
Dall. awlmmino anri llin t

Military personnel and -t
families are cordially invited

I i i

Ho plans to continue hiau-Hure upholstery, ara available in
cation at Vanderbllt UniversityJ00,orfu, Print Md wteresUng tex-
riiMi Ru tha vsiprl thai faKrin am

It doesn't take the mother ef a
teen-age daughter long to get the
hang of what her daughter actu actually
ally actually means by her, extravagant
"But Mother, everybody Is
going" means, "everybody is
busy telling their mothers that
'everybody is going.'" .
'l hate him, spoken about a
boy who for weeks has been mo,
nopoluing the family's sofa sad
telephone simply means, "we had
fight today but, maybe, he'll
call up tonight and everything will
be all right.
"AH the girls are goin? to get
Sicertain this or ascertain that"
means, two or three of her close
friends decided they would hll buy
such-and-such, IF, they- could con con-vinee
vinee con-vinee their mothers of the neces necessity
sity necessity for the purchase. j
"I'll die if I dont get to go. 1'B
simply- die'' means, "i want to
be able to go if something better
doesn't come along.'Nv
-averynoay says it was the best
party this year" refers to any
party the teen-ager didn't get to
go to because Mama had some
old-fashioned notion abouK a
daughter's staying at home once
ir. a while. .
More Double, Talk
"You and Dad never let me do
anything" is 'the typical reaction
to being denied anything no mat matter
ter matter how unimportant it is. '.'But
I said I would and I can't break
my promise. You've always told
me not to break a promise."-This
does not refer to doing the dishes
or straightening up her room, but
to taking the car to pick up s
friend or for going to a movie,
The technique here is to promise
first and ask permission later.
"You're the nicest mother in
the world" simply means, you've
said "Yes'' when she thought you
might say "No."
And, 'you dont want me to
hare any fun at all" .simply
means, you've said "No" when
she bad a faint hope you might
possibly be persuaded to say
"Yes" if she tried every trick, in!
tha book.

6iU3 -'

-. Giva your baby healthful Klira milk
. to trow on! r-
Pure, safe Klim supplies dependable
nourishment for babies. A special proo proo-'
' proo-' eas makes Klim easier to digest, and in

the tin Klim keeps safely without r
. frigoratioo so it's wonderfully eonven
sent and practical!



M 1

Homemade tote blanket fashioned frem ear rebe makes a;
versatile accessory for the camper-picnicker. Rebe, backed
with vinyl fabric, doubles as tablecloth and warm, dama-proof v
ground cover. . :

NEA Staff Writer
I If yours is a family in love with
the great outdoors, una of the hn-
diest accessories for frequent and
impromptu outings is the rugged,
waterproof tote blanket which you
make yourself.
' The directions are so simple
that you'll find the ob can be i
done in jig time en your sewing
machine. Just stlch fabric bach bached
ed bached or "supported" vinyl to one
side ef your car robe. Use the
leftover strip far a belted carry carrying
ing carrying strap for a bolted carrying
strep. (Now, why didn't I think
ef that before?)
Sturdy vinyl fabrics, such as
are used in automobile and funu'
usually 34 inches wide. Many ear
robes are 50x60 inches, according
to the Vinyl Fabrics Institute, so
you can see there will be a gene generous
rous generous strip left over. Allow one-half
inch more than the measurement
of the blanket for turning in a
hem on all four sides. Turn under
the bent along width of vinyl and
sew to width of blanket, wrong
sides togemer. r.
To blend or contrast with the
car robe, you'll have your choice


TO rrS7 FIT Y0U.1 Q

l 71 i 4J

apirin the preferred standard of eccu i frin mitl,m
rata dosage measure. ChUdrea Ui. its Tl A L ll ?FW
on -e flavor. Accept no aubstitute

at St. Jm .nh Amirin For Childnm. io..

- --.-r r-
jroatsra wmut sujm asmum eoa


Take advantage of our large assortment of
DRESSES for ladies ........ from 1.45
skirts 1.25
Beautiful PETTICOATS . ... .. 1.89
BLOUSES .7 . 777.77. f roin" 0.50
Childrens PAJAMAS (Chinese style) 1.39
25 DISCOUNT for the first time on
- Take Advantage


Ave. 7a. Central 17-18 (Opposite Savings Bank)


of designs in a range that includes
top grain bide effects, woven
straw patterns, embossed dam.
asks. printed shantungs, nubby
tweeds, abstracts and metallic
motifs. Vinyl side of the. blanket
will be waterproof and resistant to
scuffing and soiling. The damp-
cloth, and mild soap treatment
kepps it dean and looking like
new, ..'.'' (: ;!'.
Spread the blanket, vinyl side
down, on beach or grass to pro protect
tect protect sitters from dampness and
chill. Even the littlest youngster
can sprawl, safe and warm, in
the sun. Or, turn vinyl side up
and use the topside as an easily
mopped-up Cloth for picnic lunches.-
Fishermen or boating 4 enthu enthusiasts
siasts enthusiasts can use the blanket to wrap
up against chilly spray.. Encour Encourage
age Encourage the swimmers to take it along
to the pool, not only to sunbathe
on while there but, if they return
home in wet suits, to protect ear
upholstery from soaking an route,
f raffor ttom maiiwren,
bar oontllpaUan,
bedabo, InA
klnblomlihti, (t HIGAI.ON
from roar ebomlit to4r
KIQALON l rl tonlo to thj
' l ': nnha.. "S
ctMuaaii j

I I'


::j: ::, ;;::::i: y.


A CHECK FOR $500 contributed to the Canal Zone Cancer
Fund by members of the Canal Zone Police Division is present presented
ed presented to Mrs. Beatrice French, Canal Zona Canper Fund Treas Treasurer
urer Treasurer by O. L. Koonti, Police Division administrative assistant
(right). Other present are, left to right, D. A. Waddell, Jr., of
the Cristobal Police, who was in charge of the drive, on the
Atlantic aide: MaJ. R. W. Griffith, chief of the Canal Zone
Police; Capt. B. A. Darden, commander, of the Balboa. District
The contribution brought the total amount collected to date in
this year's Cancer Fund drive to $11,125.- Other large contri contributions
butions contributions received were $2,450 from the Caribbean Air Command,,
$1,200 representing individual donations and $510 from business
firms In the Canal Zone.

, Mod.' 5921 Band
ft Tubes
A-f iff
Mod. 3643 3
Mod. 3644 9

Central jnd 21st E. St. Tels. 2-1830 2-1833

: yili

6r Jie fune derided



$ 52.00 1
Bands 5 Tubes
' I rr
1 I
-- a
Bands 5 Tubes
U"' I

s . . t
take time to enjoy the dividends
of pleasure at El Panama!

Sunday lata risers lovsrour ;
What couJi be better? Choice of complimentary cock-1
. tall, delicious brunch menu, with organ music by.
Ll'CHO AZCARRAGA and entertainment by tRIC
THE GREAT, balloon man and magician! ;

enjoy yourself
it's cheaper than
yew think at
Call MiIIt iTuUi, J-1109
lor. reumUmt.

SPECIAL $36.00
Mod. 3601 2 Bands 9 Tubal



,4 mp0
' Ts"

f li' mmmm
' urn-": 1 c-

SPECIAL $55.60

Mod, 3655 6 Bands

SPECIAL $76.00

C7' V'. i
Mod. 3649 4 Bands


to tha latest
American and ,,i
Latin American tunes
played by
' Clarence MARTIN'S ;
very night In tha X

All for $2.25 per person "j
A Klrkcby Hold
Jf"m --
5 Tubas
- "'
5 Tubes

m I

Members of ;





One Mik Special Tops Juan Franco Caid

Town's Wall, Rosier

Mossadeq, Tony Clash

t Four of the Juan Franco race track's best horses
are scheduled to match strides in tomorrow's fea featured
tured featured $1000 "Special" for Classes A and B imported
thoroughbreds.' ; '

and last Sunday a miserable fourth
in the General Remon Classic. He
was a nose victor over Polemon in

the Guardia Nacional Classic.
Off part performances. Rosier
should turn in creditable race
tomorrow. Guillerme Sanches,
who rode him last week, will a a-aabi
aabi a-aabi handle R osier's rein.

Town's Wall will tote 118 pounds
as compared to 115 for Mossadeq,
us for Rosier and 103 for Tony.

The latter could take advantage of

the handicap to streak home the

winner. -Ten
other races are included en

the program.
La Boca Sports

rtnl feiriinff trark eh im Dion

' ship candidate Polemon is missing
from this group of the track's

' hrifxhtt lnminarlp.

. Town's WalL second to Polemon

last Sundav In the $7,500 added

nonoral Jnsn A. Remon Classic

is expected to go off the mutuels
. favorite. He will again be ridden

h Chilean iockev Fernando Alva

rez who bungled his chances last

week. i ;
Second choice tn the betting
should be the Stud Mlura's
i stout-hearted Mossadeq, new tn
the throat of a prolonged slump.
t Ruben, "Caliche" Vasquei will
km in Mossadea'a saddle.

' Consistent Tony, winner of nine

races this year, gets another

chance to crasn tne winner s cir circle
cle circle against the track's top-notch-

er. Steadily improving Braulio
Baeza will ride Archie Obaarrio's


Disappointing Rosier will most
likely go off the outsider in the

race. Tbis at times- impressive Ar

gentine racer has the experts puz-

sied. His only times out oi me

money in Panama have been das
sic races.
Hot wai far back in the Francis

co Arias Paredes Classic, wound

VP fifth In -the President's uassic

Juan Franco Tips


t Trirreme
3 Rabiblanco
4 Kitty
5 Tacera
. Daniel
i Eiko
. 9 Ornamental I
10 Rosier
. 11 Artnador :

(e Love's G.
Don Gran (e)
J Folletito
Febrero II
.(e) Bradomirt
Town's Wall
Royal Emblem


The La Boca Jr. High Schoolers

are still living up to expectations
with a victory over Rainbow City
school by a score of 2-4 to take

the first game of the interschool

soccer league. 4

When the game started, consi considering
dering considering the size of Rainbow City's
boys, it appeared that the La Bo

ca team would be outclassed, sud suddenly
denly suddenly La Boca came to life with
Oliver Livingston, Carlos Earle

and Traidio Fernandez mixing

some live comDinations enaDie
Livingston to seore La Boca first

Silver City has one great oppor

tunity to even the score that failed.

In the second half the defense of
La Boca became stronger until the

last ten minutes of play when Car

los Earle slipped through the de

fense" of Suver City's boys to en

sure La Boca victory, i ;

Next Wednesday La Boca will

take on Santa Cruz at home, while

Paraiso travel over to Rainbow

City. V.;-.v

4 k



7 v-v-v---



Ifs macb for you ...

M30Dr k fh whh start
for SB com at dtssrioimasni taets.

km sbo look of ks handsome

cIFmI enjoy the knury

I yoiiH know

with she finest of work work-Isaioeised',
Isaioeised', work-Isaioeised', . for perma-

I ft. On sale at better store, "wwi

I WAAfj'wlAM(


Htfls) fcraVtoft wtn ana's wbhe and fancy ahirts, ties, haadto-

, aoortswea, alaokt, swiea trunks and boys' wni.

Juan Franco Graded Entries

P.P. Bom

Jockey Wgt COMMENT


1st Race "H2a. Imp. V Fgs. Parse $40 Pool Closes 12:45

1 Qullacova, .' A. Ycaza 115 Easy win last 1

J Devonshire C. G. Monte. 103x Id new-hands now

J Tiny Brook A. Vasquea 113 .Reportedly ready
4 Copadora O. De Leon 112x Galloped in last

5 Camberwell A. Gonzales, 113 wiu score soon
6 Loves Girdle R. Vasquea 115 Form indicates v '-
7 Ponton F. Hidalgo 105 Should be close up
8 Suzerain J. Phillips 112 Not ready yet

9 INewbrighton J. Gongora 115 Best chance in mud

10-(NescliIfe 113 Has strong fimsn




3- 2
4- 1


2nd Race "G" Imp. 1 FfS- Purse $45 Pool Closes 1:15


1 CoDar G, Montero 103x Not against these

i ir.tnam, :i vi 114 RiV in tnn fnrm

3 White Apron B. Aguure 113 Last was revealing

4 Iguazu C. KU!Z 110 uangerous in muu

5 oenlzanto V. castuio na usuauy ciose up,
8 Blue Comet A.Credidio llOx Returns in fair shape


3rd Race C Nafc'ves Fgs. Purse $325

Pool Closes 1:45

1 Valarla L. Gutierrez 117x-Returns from layoff
2 Apache .A. Gonzales 108 -Rough going here
3 Dr. Bill B. Agulrre 111 -Will fight it out
4 Rabiblanco B. Baez 113 Racing to top form
5 (Don Grau A. Credldlo 101x Hard to beat now

6 (Petite G. Montero 112x Rates good chance too



3 2
v 3-2


4th Race MH" Natives 4J4 Fg- P' $275 Pool Closes 2:20

ILadv Dancer F- Hldaleo 114 Was never better
2 Puna Rorra J. Peves 11 Sates rood rhsnce

3 Tollee Girl C. Itfle-Mas loa wn well in last

4 Fuen
Snnn Jaime
a K'tty

7 FolJetito
8 Destello

A. GnifMes 1f4 Distance suits style
J. Phillips 1H' Needs more distance
R. Vastus HI Tmnrwive win last
F. Sanchez !ix-wiu fight it out
B. Aguirre 113 Excluded from betting

' 2-1



5th Race "Non-Winners" 4'4 F. Purse $250 Pool Closes 1:55

1 Polito

Plsck B'e
3 Onlden P.

5 Erlmax

6 Cachita

7 Tacera

J. Phll!tos 1011 Has strons f nish
V. Castillo 110 Should beat these-
A. Credidio flfix Has shown nothing ;
F. Sanchez 97x Not much either?, ;
B. Baeza inn Should be close up
R, vasanez 110 Runs well at times i
F. Hidalgo 112 Unknown quantity





Sth Race "H2a. Imp. Vt Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Close, 3:35

1 After Me

2 Valley Star

3 Paauiro

4 Don Danl ;

5 Danielo
8 Golden W. ;


8- 5ay Soot
9- 4rish Profit


7th Race "G

... .(
V. Ortega 118 Usually disappoints 10-1
B. Aeuirie 113 Distance to liking 2-1

G. Prescott 108 Nothing to date 15-1

S. Carvajal 11 Ox Weak-hearted quitter v 10-1
R. Vasauez 113 Form indicates 3-2
J. Phillips 108 Returns from layoff 20-1
A. Mena 115 Is in-and.outer 5-1

A. ureaiaio lonx Daneerous this time 4-1
F. Alvarez 115 Could score at nrice 8-1
,J A. Ycaza 112 Nothing to indicate -J 25-1
M; -j t i rti
K .t.J )fx
.W U..J '',' (I1 ,V; T
' Imp. 7 Fgs. Parse: $450 ..y Pool Closes 4:05


1 Febrero II A. Vasquez 118 Could make It now
2 uematodos J. Cadoean 115 Poor recent races

3 Florera H. Gustines lOlx Rider onlv handican

4 Dona Beatrlz B. Baeza 106 Usually dose up
5 Coral G. Montero 107x Doesn't seem likely
6 Greco C. Iglesias 108 Would pay off
7 Elko R. Vasquez 118 Hard to beat here



8th Race TH Natives V Fgs. Purse $275 Pool rioses 4:40


1 Mochlto
2 Winsaba
3 Tan Lady

4 Bugaba

A. Enrique 118 Stops In stretch
' F. Hidalgo 110 Could get up here
A. Gonzales 106 Must go lower
S. Camlfd HOx-Will fight it out

5 Cara de Sapo V. Brown 111 Nothing recently
6 Bagdad . B. Baeza 115 Has strong finish.
7 Metto '" V. Ortega 114 Improving slowly
8 Bull Flea .G. Montero HOx Was never better





3- 1
4- 1


9th Race "F" Imp. IH ,Ff9. Purse $500

Pool Closes 5:15

1 Lucho E. Darlo
2 Postinovlch A. Credidio
3 Bradomin R. Gamero
4 Lifeboat A. Valdivla
5 -Moon Beam -G. Montero
8 Fuerte ,' L. Gutierre
7 Encachada F. Sanchez
8 (Ornamental S. B. Baeza
9 (Don Cuto A. Ycaza

113 Not on recent starts
107x Would pay nice odds
110 Ready for pay off
118 Early speed only
HOx Surprised in last
lOlx Poor recent races
lOlx Usually close up
108 Depends on start
113 Back in top form










: (NBA Telephoto)
WAITING Th Air Force' Parry O'Brien looks on In disap disappointment
pointment disappointment after checking with Pacific AAU. officials In Stock Stockton,
ton, Stockton, Calif., to aee If his 61-foot, -toch ahotput would 1 be
counted as a new world's record. However, It was ruled Jhat
the new mark could not be counted officially because it was
made In an exhibition throw, after competing his "legal
throws In which CBrlen'a best mark was 60-feet, -lnch.


Going After The Whhefish
Fishing Editor
AHhniiffh Rftrkv Mountin white-

fish are caught every day on ar ar-tifiii
tifiii ar-tifiii lnr anil live bait in west

ern waters, their eastern relative,

the common wnite-usn, remains
unannoyed on the bottom of deep
cold lakes. ;

This choice food nsn is not nara

Master .Your Gamet

Let Trap Shot
Be Well Belted

10th Race "Special" Imp. 1 MilePnrse $1000 Pool Closes 5:40

1 Rosier O. Sanchez 113 Usually disappoints
2 Tony y B. Baeza 103 Consistent racer
3 Mossadeq R, Vasquez 115 Better this week
4 Towns Wall F.Alvarez 118 Should score off last

11th Race "!" Imp. T Fn-

1 IncalcA
2 Dawn Song

3-D. Ducness

Purse $75

- B. Baeza 110 Rates fair chance
A. Credldlo 103x Good early speed
G. Vasquez lOOx Nothing recently

4 R. Emblem O. Montero 103x Could go all the way

5 Armador A. Ycaza 115 Weak effort in last
6 Choya E. Ortega 105 Should be close up
7 Single Slipper O. Chanis 108 Form indicates





Master of the Matters
Written for NEA Service),,
Executing? a tran shot' trv to hit

the sand with the back of the club-


This permits the flange of the
wedge to slide through the sand
rather than dig into it, as if would

with a normal niblick.

Backspin is inevitable when the

ball is struck in this manner.

Since you strike the sand at

least two inches behind the ball,
swing with a good deal more force

than normally. A trap shot of 40

feet has to be swung at as hard

as a pitch of 40 yards.
To maintain a firm stance, wig wiggle
gle wiggle the feet into the sand.
The outside in arc is accom accomplished
plished accomplished with an open stance, suit

able allowance being made for the

resulting pu uh by aiming to the

to catch, but it does require con

siderable preparation starting

with the baited-buoy.

An empty five gallon can

makes an ideal buoy and this

should be anchored over gravel or

rock bottom, never over mud. Inj
the spring, you will fish in 30 to
50 feet of water and in the sum summer,
mer, summer, from 50 to 100 feet, so get a

countour map of the lake and find
out where the likely sports are

located, : ; v

Around your buoy scatter a can

of sweet corn, boiled rice, or skin

ned bits of sucker or chum. This

will attract the whitefish.s ia

After the buoy has been baited

for two or three days, gradually

reduce the amount of chum, or
the food will spoil and whitefish
will avoid the place.' With the

buoy baited you are ready to go

to worn. ,,: ..j

You can use any kind of 1 light

rod or handline for the matter,

Line and sinker must be light j

just heavy enough to carry- the
bait to the bottom. Whitefish have
small mouths so the hook should
be a No. 8 or No. 10. i

There- are many baits that you

can use. out a piece oi sucxer

meat or salt pork is probably the

best Whitefish travel in schools
and if especially hungry they will

bite briskly. If the school is small,

they may take their time and nib

ble or simply suck at the bait.

They do feed better early in the

morning and from late afternoon

until sundown, however, especial

ly, in the summer. c

If vnii don't start ffettine fish

right away, try jiggling the bait

up and down, just raise it a toot
off the bottoni and lower it; keep
reDeatint! this motion until the

fish hits.

Th imnnrtant thintf tn remem.

ber is that once hooked, the white-
fioh mnet hm nlavod Vfrv tfentlv.

Bring him up slowly as they have
delicate mouths and fall off the

hook quite easily.

(Distributed by nea service)

left of the target -Since
vour concentration is di

rected to the sand behind tit, the

ball is played to the front of cen
tor.". .

All trap shots should be played

with the same oasic action.
Play the ball to suit the condi

tions of a particular shot rather

than alter your awing.

: NEXT: In practice, ebserve the
results as the flange slides through
the vsaiML

SO YOU WANNA KNOW whatever became of Dick Wake Wakefield?
field? Wakefield? (Come now, you know you do.) -Well, baseball's first
big-shot bonus baby has come down with an alarming seizure
of politics and wants Michigan voters to send him to Congress.
Probably on the ground he's been everywhere else, if It's any
consolation to Leo -The Lip, the Kremlin goea for operation
shakewell, too. Latest evidence Is the benching of Molotof,
Couldn't go to his left anymore.
W A- .-T--
Best guess among the golf knowing Is that John Hay Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins is paying Hogan and Snead $20,000 minimum to dress np
his Canada Cup matches for the London debut. At regular
rates, they would be splitting $3000. Since their matches serve
to valid competitive point, the idea must be to reveal that such
spectacularly obscure persons as Hassan Hassanein of Egypt,
Ugo (Istay) Grappasonnl of Italy and Hyong Chui Park,-have
In some unaccountable way come Into possession of a set of old
golf sticks. v
.ACTUALLY, HALF THE STARTING field In Hopkins Inter International,
national, International, or the One World Putting Bee, would probably havt
a tough time qualifying for the UjS. National Juniors. Com Competence
petence Competence Is secondary to geography. The top pair from the tiny
republic of Outer Scrofulas may not be able to shoot 300 be between
tween between them, but still are welcomed as converts to global golf.
Apparently, Hopkins' approach to. the brotherhood of man Ideal
Is through the long tee shot and the short chip to the green.
And It's interesting to note that when he Is not promoting
good will in golf, he's manufacturing atomic propelled tuba and
jet combat planes.

Chalk lettered admonition at W. Tourth St subway stop:
"Godot Go Home." Try to catch Jimmy Demaret on TV. Will
help your golf and your disposition at the same time, Walter
Kelley tells the column X-ray plates show Prince John's frae-
tare is completely healed, but he adds the winner of the rleh
Garden State last fall (gross value $282,370) won't start until
September. The Elmendorf colt was a standout prospect or
the Triple Crown and may still be the best 3-year-old around.
Questions thai stump as: Will success really spoil Rock Hunter?
Why did Mamie Stover leave San Francisco? What happened
to Willie Mays' batting eye? And who invented the inverted
salad bowls our gals are wearing for hats this spring?

EVERY MANAGER I'VE TALKED with in recent days agrees
there is more jack rabbit in the ball now In use in the major
than they ever saw. Charley Dressen says it's got more get up
and go than a golf balL and no doubt he wishes he could say
as much for some of bis Senators. The home-run totals form
only part of the evidence. Balls are hit past lnfielders they -don't
even have time to get a glove on, and fly hawks like
Mantle, Mays and Plersall are losing decisions to triples they
snared for outs a year ago. Equipment In every sport Is being;
constantly unproved and refined, with the tempo of perform perform-ance
ance perform-ance accelerated In turn, so why should baseball be the one
sport not to participate in this wide sweep of scientific progress?
The manufacturers stoutly deny there has been any change in
the ball. This Is tantamount to saying they have done noth-
ing to better their product In the past 35 years. Is that the
meaning they want us to get?
I ". ..
' In all fairness, it must be admitted that of all those County :
bums, Tito's got the best tailor. The Yanks dropped both ends -of
a double-header Sunday, and last we hear Mel Allen was,
undecided whether to fire general manager Weiss' or StengeL
Reports that mid-Victorian Belmont is going modern must bo
true. Jass Age won Saturday's feature. How's that? -Ob, Bel Belmont
mont Belmont won't get to Dixieland until 1986. Meet the man in the
gray flannel face. Had six straight losers at the track, and.
even his favorite tout walked out on him, ' '- -.

777 7T

'(' A sc.

2 -' V

VJ -A-KLM serves aU major citiMol
Europt stopovers arranged

.vw l i ... 9tf fel hltemMtiH EM VMsV hflst feasalslst

- W "" HVIC KLM fAMAMA, s4a, I

' nWAriN '


FlTfrtTJlO ,1

Aun ail riranoB

Now KLM offers you the fastad
most direct route to Europt
non-stop to Bermuda
Your choice of KLM's famoufl
' De Luxe Service or economical
Tourist Class

Prepare your every day drink with BACARDI, Anejo, or Carta de Oro in High Ball, Ginger Ale or Soda.

10 bail' A Coddail
" f i 1 ' V
BACARDI COLLINS: Take the juice of halt a native lemon, a tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful of sugar and a jigger of BACARDI WHITE LABEL Pour
info shaker filled with cracked ice and shake" thoroughly. Strain
contents into Collins glass with two or more lumps ff ice. Fill re remainder
mainder remainder of glass with soda water, stir with spoon and serve.


Js 0i(v Milwaukee Hurler
To Dent Champs This Year
And Has Done It 3 Times

sl-!:si Waiter son Pits Skill Against

Durability Tonight

NEW YORK. June 8 (UP)-Boh BuWi ability
to beat the Brooklyn Dodera stamped Mm today as
the ace of the Milwaukee pitching staff and the f eh
low who is keeping; the Bravea in the ti$htly-bunclv
ed National League race.

Tht 27-ye.r-old ligM-hindet'Bem hit hU 16th homer of the

L-I-a k.vinii VAtrAn nars year iuu ium vu T

Lew Burdette, Warren Pah
and oene Conley in the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee mound letup but hi 4-1 de decision
cision decision over tha Df'iy88'""
day teve him, h lollop JW-
WU flj Milwaukee
pitcher to heat the wrld cham champion
pion champion this year-anrlhe has done
ft three, times In three trie3
a He leade the Braves' staff
with tlu victories and, t ,il

n w'tha nnW nltcher o

win -a game 'JfiiJ
-j .. im he halted

a Milwaukee, three.-gartje. lpslng-
Buhl yielded onl
and f out walks yesterday a the

ed possession ol "V
only twe game behind the firrt-

helped win his own f me wtt;h
a two-run- double, that c wjl
iv J rinrl Ersk-lne

suffered his fourth, straight loss

since he uucpea aewmu
Wtfcr pf His career MW 1



f-Hatfreld 3b ....
Fox 2D 5

Minoso If ........ 4

Philley lb-rf .,,.

Doby cl ,.. a
Lollar e .......... I

c-Phillips .. ...... 0
Moss c ........... 1


Ab R H To

110 2

DroDO lb


poiiet p

Aoariclo ss

; 5 e

Donovan p 3 6

Wilson p o o
e-Ryierl (,:;ti

Totals ;

l '--"gaffr, -j- 7- L

32 1 19 IT 13





Cincinnati Redlegs May Be

qneedut Of Home Park

By A Traffic BotUewek

and Hank Bau-1 also nomereq 19a o .
for the Yankees: Bob Turley Hera cf
went the route lot the first time h-Snyder

this year to win nis tnira m. nun'tf u
" n it Vila Clausra IK

irA relief annearancs. Drotect-

c4 th lead ior two Innings aa

tht Balumora onoiea tnaea f

am InalTle Tra It WIT.n

5 decision over the Cleveland Luttrey w

t41- rim Trianrt.-t TitQ Stone D .

Francoca and WUUe Miranoa, a-j-vw mcj
had two hits each for the Orio- b-Plfws ...
les, cal Mclish suffered the loss Chakalea p
for the Indians who me tha Ramos p

Yankees at Yankee Stadium tWlesler p




Sievers lb i 1 10
Paula rf j.r,...;.- J .0 4 i
Olson rf 6 0 d 4

Tha oldest nrofessional bawball

? team in the country the Cin Cin-"
" Cin-" cinnati Redlegs may be squees squees-"ied
"ied squees-"ied out pf th.eir home park by
1 traffic bottleneck.
" irVia'I'c tha nrnsnot that lrll

Fleld., And, he said, an' offer to

move nip ?rnpnse w anonw
city might as he put it 'be
. tn resist. .unless

vvxs smiavm -
something Is done about parking,
' Crosley's general manager,-

r.nh Paul told newsmen ia-

Lenion If




. ..... t

Alwav rated a potential
staa. Buhl ewei has wH W
. ihas) 3 f awe W rPS0 M
inrt thf patera, U ttffj
The hard-hitting Redles. whn

haven't won . penna,nt svnw
1946, took tv first nlaae wnn
fhey cam ttoji
down the Philadelphia VhiWX
.,. It was
trlumnh ninth In WmM
fflr cinelnnatj. ;
Catcher Smokr BvrM snan,
pe4 W tie with a homer to
Soen.tM eigW nn8 5nd,

. when" Ray : MpMUW ?
, jphnny Temple; tr"Ja ; end
. Frank Robinson's sjicrlfica 'fly
added two talliei Jo BuhP.

' fourth Cincinnati pitcher, re,
tnr Vila thlrrf W1T1.

The Chlcaeo Cubs vacated tn?

' ..n tjw tjiibVi vrtna a

six-hittr to heat the pirates 5r Tptalu

2. and d'op; the lojeri into tnra
nW The idle PL Louis Card!-.

nais arein second. ,,.

a.uiiiv i",r'"
ho""t. It'r'n ansVlw sln?W


Ninth-inning tripiu w ele

Fw and Dava Pauley plus two

saerfict flies enavea ne uni uni-white
white uni-white Hot ta heat the

Washington Senators..?:, and

Ted Lepcio sing lea nems we
Winning run in the 10th inning

as th Boston nea box oownr.


1 w.n .tftlamont tnHav hv iof thstr 11 n mQVA IOQfc HI

DaHIm. AnmA Dnnrsal r V A M lpV J tmnsf tht franchise at 11118 i h -out Hpp1ind tn cam-

ment on prosley's statement.
Meanwhile, Cincinnati city of


2 It had

in iim i.i sax IIIIIV H. I I.IU31C1 UWU'

? ed th.eH, Toflay, Crqsiey said the

iun snld before that

f the Redlegs would stay w Cin-

A ..., n m IakM A m W2l


.folala '-r r 14 I 11 7 12!
a Singled for Stons In Tth.
b-Ran fou Courtney in 1th.
c-f-Ran for Lollar in 8th.
d Ran for Dropo in th.
ritad nut far wllsaa in 8th.

f Grounded out for Espositq

ithf Dfitrqit Tigers. 6-9, In otkjer taStt.

uouia rsaiei pieaeq up ma j . K-
second win for the White Sox' h-Grounded out for Heraog

Iwhile Frank SulUvan wrrq his m stn.

fourth for tee PSor hehin -;

11 AnA A, .AA C

iv first-baseman1 uuu uai juu a

. nhservlna miininlnal assistance

S to th.e Brves in 14ilwa;tkee and

the a j in Kansas cjty naa m
U t 1 n ttlm "efrtM

0 IU1 WVVllflMB MH

tit wjwvriMflw f(H 1
think hit"

Croslev went on to complain

of the lack of parking space a-

ound me su.uuu : sea. wusicy

flcials h.av set VB meeting! with

the club to cuscuss wys v
mean of incraaslna space fcr

nQrl :

The city auinores sJ m'j
has i tantatlvalv nronosect a

uSlf-mlllinn dollar outlay for

uarkW acUiis if the club and

tne siaqiutn IV swum0

would match re


X'-CTTT rrTfV 4 Tna. I TTT

Youn FloTd Patterson pits his

xnm. seiii ana miiicn a a i o j-

Tommy (Hurricane) Jsckson'a,
slaDstick durability tonicht in their

heavyweight" flimiaation fight at

Madison square uaraen.
The winner probably will meet
vrin Archie Moore' for the va

cant crown in September.

Mtterawi a M. smm, f. ? .,
boitin U Straiaht victories and

if J- to narntst tne nvmetno.
ram Ren iotkaway, M.V., ha

hi TV.radia (NBC) 12-rOUlMOf.

A rrnwri nf n.OOO and a Bate of

$60,080 were forecast today by

Harry sjjspn, manaEin airee airee-tor
tor airee-tor of the International Boimg
riuh. la addition, the TV radio

vield is $75,000. Each fighter is

guarsnteed at lea ww

Wimo e, explosive rawerson, m


i """"" T"

I fc.f I jT hid M. A UK.

ea I

aiaI kym I

imI .1.... n.MAH Cltnrrlaai kn Vaf

nop anq jpfie jenspn f Wyr?nE: rC3Z

jlow! W . iUBv., W Dropo, p aufa. Her-

Berra, wha hit his Ilh hmer
?' je5fln and fourth la aa
many games as the Yankees
crushed, foe AtMf-tlcj, 1-, , ,,
Tighf fjhl

Indiaas Ab J'WW' V
Carrasquel 3 0 r) lr f
Avila 2b 4 0 0 i i

mith if .,,, I Q
vitqrt mikm ? ?



a. pmth if


I Wert



T e.HFv p i-MMiit,


nnn nips : a naricin. Hpnoir

n es sievarx. k'os. pniuev. sacw

fipe flvr Tlohv. Minosc Lollar.

Paula, Rivera, sacrtnee; v ryyijf

narlrlo Double nlavs: stone-

.uttrell-ievers; YostrRvnnels,
lievers: Donovan t Fox Drone:

Fok-Ap5irlcip i Bropo. Left w

oase; wmte box jsenmors o.
Bases on balls: Stone 3, Dono Donovan
van Donovan 1, Wilsqn-1, CJia.ka!w 2. k).0.:

Wllsnn 1 lt off- llnnnvan 10.

0 i. Wilson 1.4-S Pollet 0,2.

5 Stone ift-7, phakales 0-0, pa pa-mpa
mpa pa-mpa 24 1-1 Wiesler 1,2-21. Buns
und; fjarned runs: pcpnyaii 5-i,
0 finnm i-S. rhakalex H.o t?amos

Kits by pitch? Donovan hH

i stone, wr: rouei 1-4-4.1, l?
? nos (3-4). .

Sicareile Races To Easy
Victory In Qalcs Stakes

WPsnM irriff June 8 (UP)

Madami Busy VQlterrt'l filly, Si

careile, rompea nome an
winner of the l?8th renewal t
th. nut. stakes today to win

tha seeond ol tha top prizes at

the three-day mees nera luuuy.
Blca'reUe; ridden by F r d

Palmer, in winning V 0 day's

event, the fourtn nasaia nuioo
race on the calendar, 'cava
thir gftaofid con-

I l WMlVn vw'"a
isecptive win, Uvandin having

won tna ueroy
Wednesday. .r
The bay filly aoored m three

llen.h; vln w 'the

steered by Serge Boulenger. with
yasmln, the entry of Afy Khan.

ridtten py jean



StLeuls .' .

MUwaukaa .

New York- v




I ft
U .600
la J&&1
ia -Ml
II 'ioa
28 49

2ft .304 19Va




New York







17 J57 lOii'Kansa Ci

w i rct-ra.
.22 W .350 S

- .408 11V?

.23 22
.20 24
.i n

71 ia tha tins' most lm

. 1 ... 1 W . 1 1 '

young heavyweight, rne uiympic

middieweigw wmnpion w aa
lost bnt one of his, ?ft pTofesvooal
hnnin(i that one on a very

jquestiopsWe decision of hght

neavyweigni cnanipiun yucj

WV H rfgtverea. ai nocouia,

Floyd wod bo vrM V 1
mu 'W9r arwe then 1-1, had
pa been mer tHorouoNy teied
against aeivirweisht pieilt'v
Ko mef only four hoavios, nd
he wis Shifted frm. the Haht,
hesvy rsaks to the

nl two roentM JWf W

Philadelphia at Chicago
Brooklyn at Ctnelnnatt (K)
Ne( York at MUwaukea (11
Pittsburgh at St. Loula (N)

SMnkhm' onaioadoo 1 4

Milwaukee 900 013 OOx 4 10 1

Erskrne 2-o, tenmwi nv nv-buck
buck nv-buck an,d CampaaeBa, ,

Bum i3-zrana wn".

renktd fpym,

llo-ht ha wsa xtavinar on. but

SiprfUf wept on to. win easily

Horn banian ana 4mi (if
th?e n4 l lngih respepWvf respepWvf-ly.
ly. respepWvf-ly. In tW9 minutes, 42 seoonds.

Tne total vaiqe pi tne race was
11,780 sterling ( $46,984 of whieh
tite winning owner received 15,-

Panama Boiers Cop

Two 01 Three Bouts
Agalhsl Colon ledi

100 000 100 a a
011 012 OOx 5 11


'to I 1 V e 1 attark

, -'' i "!,1 a t
tv ,t'.t : .!. 'i f hv

" v.l..: tit Pirate have
1 t tare 0 af 1heir last loaf,
lha victory was Rash's fifth.
In the American league, the
New -Yotk Yankees stretched
thalr first-place le4 to 4V,
5ames when they pummelled tht
lansas City Athletics, 9-1. Yogi

n.n i 9
' 1 1 1 S t ?
........ 4

Hale lb

K"U 3b ..
" 'nan If

rin? If .;,,. 6

ana,.. e ....... 4

Francona, rf ...... 4

PybuTft cf

w ranqa. .,..
Wight p ..,... I
iivejinl 8 u.,... 1

ypiGub League

nlace nx lengths furtlw ythe opening of the flaht season

mmr p nn iwern it'r r l i.n riHaniK nahiuiiaii vijaas.

ot tlje first' threp placing; ll Former Isthmian amateur fly-

thla classic norse race. weign cjihibpuii i,uicu pv-

The race was run in rainy, aeclsionea ren AFrn w
wind weather with tn9 Ctsti)m-j50lan; natlohRl 112-poun4 eham-

(Based an 100 official at baU)
. ..... j... , .,,

I Indians



1 I
1 1
. a
i a
0 4
0 I

Totals ."' 32 8 10 it 10
a-poubled for MoLlsh in th

1 02Q 001
202 00(

i ooo a


SUMMARY w Errors t vAvlla.

A." Smith. Miranda." RBI: Kell.

Triandos a, Busby (Biisby scored
on double-play in 3rd), penbles:
Nieman, Miranda, f( a r a gon.
Triples: Busby: stolen base: Ad

ams, Francona, Pybum. Sacrl Sacrl-fica
fica Sacrl-fica flv Hiranrta nauhla-nlava-

Carrasquel-Avlla-Wertx. Left on

bases: Indians 6. Orwes 7. Bas

as on balls: McUsh 1. Feller "2.

Wight 2. Zuverink 1. S.O.: Mc-

Plarar and Hub a- ab I h act

Re'pulskl. St.l;33 111 ?J 42 ;878 Lish 2, Feller 1, Wight 5, Zuvec-

BoyeF, Ht. Louis 1H 18 01 .3BHiit a. iw on: Mcusn t-, rei-

nt a Ttti is in? ib a a sss ler s- wiant s.-7 (inren nne

nlementa Pitta 3R 107 18 28 JSS

Bailey, cinci. : 36 112 17 37 .330


Mantle. N Y. 48 181 80 73

Maxwell, pet.
Vernon, Boa.
Kuenp, pet.'


38 113 27 43 Ml

35 134 2 47 379

4S 187 30 68 .364
39 14$ 33 12 .351

B,erra, If.


Mantle, xsnits

Berra, Yanks
Long, Pirates

: Boyer, cards

Post, Redlegs
'fcauer, Yanks

Mantle. Yanks
Eoyer, Cards
ong. Pirates .'. .
Berra, Yanks
Simpson, Athletics
Sievers, Senators ". ... . .
"Muslal, Cards ...........

Pnh T enpne haskehhall will

start on MOQday, une 11, at th.

tJamoR yym. 4nW isagua is iv
all hnva hetween the aaea of 8

nnH 14 vearx vhn attended 6a-

r r v ri; iiT

nai tone Knm m taiuy4 ftv

con, uiapip, pr gi. wsjry a.

Some 3(1 hnva have nlreadv

sine4"up'fQr tie league nd

mose wpq naveni pon sq yet
ara 11 raet tn pnma ty, the Ralhaa

I'M w.w
Gym at 2:30 Monday afternoon

so mat tney cap Pfi piacen pn

Miq ivotvt. .."

In ortHltinn a clarnlnir nn thU

Munuay, vnere wm aiso oa ao(Df
haaketh&ll drilla and aamea nlav.

ed Thla will ha tha hpplnnina of

serening of players before they

are piacea on me team rosters.
Actual league play . will. start
later in the montp.

nn. o.VilnnQhl rippsse. nn ''l a

OlfS Day" Pfmg qisraiuru
ralneoats and umbrellas.
The rrowd wns cppsiderabiy
smallpj than on Perhv pav but

today's race was aaein whu.u
hv th- Dnppn Mother. FlizflbPth.

princess Margaret .and, Prjpc??a
AlKandra.- '2 -i

The foirteep runes wn" rai
carried 126 pounds.-FOt off to a
tood start and Honeylhrht pulc-
lv tnnlr nnmmand. from Camera.

Hustle. Yasmin. uaraen buii
and Pharqah's Daughter.

After a quarter or a m nvn-

viiht raoeci ciear w mum,

naldera. Yasmin. F 0 1 lowing

Breeze and ajcarelle.

Rounding Tattennam corner

into the Straight Hpneylgnt was

einseiy presses By Yasmin. Bwa Bwa-relle,
relle, Bwa-relle, Caldera and No Pretendnr,

nlrir innff.armed Jackson. 24.

i rated secopa, onur one noica
..i.,m Aroh Mnnre. Prsne

ing Tommy-msster of Ue double

uppercui wui mw" o....m..
nonuciv the ilanelins-arm defense.

h nortnoinal. motion flailinc and

Other fopfy teenniques -s attained

ma nign ransmg oy psyiuit mu
who were svpposeKJ fa fl,ttM him

quicsiy. ...

Columbus Intrigues

Rooters Vilh 10-1

Win Over Toronto
SFW1 vnnlt. June f (UP)' The

Columbus Jets, one of baseball's
M'homa wned'v minor Itague fran

chises, intrigued ttieir wci saas
today with an W-bit 10-1 triumph

Panama amaUut boxers last oyer Toronto in wwen wwrnng

Ight took two of three bouts aripucner je saeis t mm
ilnst colon's' best amateurs In fiv. bits. f

in the. IaterMtiqnsl Lesgu, hut
hv nnlv half a came over the Jets.

The' key blow in" tha victory was

a three rua aqmer oy rwper k

lapoik in the fifth inmna

The league leading Montreal



wane (4-21. McMahaa. Munget,

King and Follea.

Hush (S-2) anatanoirtn.

Philadelphia 300 020 000-1 10

Cincinnati, 030 000 23x 8 1.1

Detroft at WSshlnatoa (K v
Kansas City at Baltimore IN)
Cleveland; at New York (Ms
Chn'at, Bostor i '; ; v

a Cleveland 020 000 000a a 1

Baltimore 202 000 Olx 3 ID

Wight (3-8), Zuverink and?
Triandos, -v. v-.

Haddix, Meyer, R.' Millet (i-11,
Negray, Slmmoaa nd Lopata.
- teffonat t.aPalma. Fowler.

Nuxhall (3-5) . Freeman and.


ChicaM SOfl 001 0137 IS 1

Washington 000 Oil 800-811 1

Donovan, wuson, roue jri
a.pd LoU,a,r, Moss. . (
i Rtoht nhakales. Ramoa (1-4).

W?is" and Btrberev l'; c

i!4 km :'!


Turley (3-2), and Berra.- ; ;

nlnn m the et fltilit of the

Anin Thla contest was a

Royals improved their status with

Khf; slue estTom start to 8-3 7 triumph oVer the V.rgini.n.
thrilUng sluglest 'rom stars to nihm(n., in ,whirh Yii.-ht hand-

'mlin. ,. I, um n-rr: n .ll the wav for

Patroclnio Allen of Colon out-!8" "k! -..MS

oolnted Panama's Pedro "rZ .p.

in a l2-pound battle.

Honeylighf began to weaken

it nrt wnL wan

" 'i. ma ii u .......

furiiipes out, first round.

ler S-4. Wli?ht S7 (faced one

batte in fithl. Zuverink 0-2.

Runs and earned runs Mclish

4-2, -Feller 1-0, Wight 2-1. Pass Passed
ed Passed ball: Averlll. W P l Wight (3-

soon after th

reached and two

Sloarell went en from Yasmin

and jaalau, this trla draw'.n? a

wqjr irom iioneyngni, pn Hi
f Atei -..'. :'r'

Coming to the final


..iKctii T ail for Vlrenta t Best

turned hack Colon's Ff nley

Honker, whn also substituted for

Andres Alien. Tnese ooys sjus-

eed it out in the 135-pound dlvi-

nh rioui's n r s l n 1 o ciarx

punched out a unanimous deci decision
sion decision over the veteran Roberto
niaa of Panama City in the 112

pound class.

The only xnoagout or n ove ove-nlng
nlng ove-nlng was scored by Felix Jlme
nax of Panama who stepped

rhirinnl'. Rrihartn roncfnclon

was; in iwa minutes 18 seconds ol the

tha last three inninfli. Clvda Par-

ris ana bod wuson nn juomresi
homess; .)
Ia the only other game; sixth
place Buffalo topped last place Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, 5-4. J

The double header between Ro Rochester
chester Rochester an4 Miami in F'qrida was
rined oqt..

Only fames scheduled.
si i
' ' 1 A

i 1&

I av s-A




. l:

l3Q'iooooqo-B fa il

010 102 810 1-4 II 1

! Detroit


Larr. Mass. Aber (2-J) and

House. v,'.

Silvan, (4-3) m W

SV,55p earned' by Nashua as a
rf.fryesr-oi4 U the largest A a a-mount
mount a-mount ever wop by eny horse ,1a
one season,. ',

loth; tucontO'

Susan Haywasd, m -ITJL
. Jeii Richard, in
in CinemaScopei : ;

rioay oi i ne ronf r.i.pi

, ensptprs lu-it
-n. r' Th law"
r.' T. ivrs-



rfjh ysri irio yauVe bi aatmltted teasel t )


niniea waa awarded a troDhV

by physical education instructor

oscar euman as in oeai. dux
d. aI tha avanina .-while .- nr.

, ..' i-
rlonp, Manuel Ferrer presented Archer

- tMiiii w iHC riuu n4nenrj ; Mnuei r crrcr prcariimu ai tnc
jSicerelJe had drawn we!l ahead with a trophy for being the "bes
nf tan. a il Va.miN A A ttami i-ak ta 1 r..'

. m 'f r l"Q4AA fvilt Wafl.

rsrullch Celt

Bc!d nu!:r Wins

Fourth Strchht


Mantle "Vank-a .......

Bauer, Yanks 38
nnver. Cards.... 38

Blaslngame, Cards ...... 37

Yost, senators


Mantle, Yanks
Kuenn, Tigers ........
Boyer, Cards
tone;, Piratei
Ashburn, Phils

. 73
. 68
, 63
. 51

(Rased on 8 Decisions I

'. W L Pet

Lawrence; Redlegs ,. 7 8 1-000

Brewer, Red 8o , 8 1
McDaniel, Cards ,,.,4 1
Ford., Yankees ...... 18
Lemon, Indians ..... 7 2
Pierce, WWtff Box .-13

"The league will be made np of
8 teams, with 1Q bovs ta a Uam.

Thev will nlay their eames at

the Balboa, Gymnasium In the

afternoons, starting at 4 p.m.
Coaches for the six Cub
League teams will he selected.

frpm W oidef boys wno are
playirlg in the Elks League this
year. They will be assigned -tq
the Cub teams so that the
younger boys will have the ben

efit or ineir coacning ana anuwi anuwi-edg
edg anuwi-edg during the season.,

NEW YORK. June '8-(UPi,-

Here'a a name tn enter In the

future book for next year's tri triple
ple triple crown event... ''Bold Ruler-

oi tne- wneatiey staoie.
The two-year-old son of "Nai "Nai-ruliah"
ruliah" "Nai-ruliah" turned in a dashing per

formanr. Wedneadav at Rel.

mont to win the 834,000 Juvenile
fltakea. .one nf tha outstanding

i,WO-yearMq test.

nf ennrae with twA.vear-nlfl'B

there's many a slip between ohe
vininrm an4 tha vfevt rare nut

off Wednesday'sTace, Bold Ru-'Cr

could weu be we ruier ot tne
irraduatinc class next ve?

JEddie Arcaro rode Bold Ruler
over five furlongs in 56 seconds

nat...ust one inth oi a second
off the track record. He laid off

the pace, opened up with one

furlong to go and zoomed on to
beat "King Hairan" bv a leotth

without' efraininor ttnlri Ruler'i

stablemate "Supernatural"

nmsnea uura, nv wngtns oacx.
Arrarn likea what he has seen

of Bold Ruler in four straight
wins. And trainer Sunny Jim
Fitraimmnna think Rold Ruler

Sag:n,ill ha annt.hea 'alaihua D la.

778 i wy, he seems to be colt worth

under way. It is important tha,t

all boys who are between the
ages of 8 nd 1), and apt
to nlav Puh Learua Basketball

this summer be at the Balboa

oym Mopqay, ns i, :au



After the players have been

wreciieu, uir aix am? wiu ua
formed and leagu play win fe

f x j


Grat '.White. Fleet:


Orleans Service
iFa.a aim



MMt.MMMo.i. i .-June


riein1' ...Jiat II

MARNAT . 1 1 . . 1 1 . f . i . i funf 18

..... .........June ti

MORAEAN" ...... ....Mf. uue 2

-TIVIVFjS" !t.... ,,..(.,.,. ,JuJ4 ?2
IBAQ a o o a ef o. f f f t 4Wly

Also. Handling Refrigerated and Chilled, Canto

New York Service


S.S. HERFDI A' '. i'i ..V.: .. .. . .7.. ,T. June "11

S.S. CHOLVTECAt .... ... ..... .... , , XH Ju 'I



S.8, "PARISMINA" .July I



Weekly sailings of twelve passes get allies to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco -and;

Special round trip lares froni Cristobal te New YK,
( ; San Frawi'PO and Seattle,
To New York and Return ..,,,,,.. 1240.00
- To $an. Francisco and Seattle ....... $365.00

2121 PANAMA 2-2904




qhly muuNE mir
Prices To Go!


Ve rccosnraend yo'4
p Wolk.Qyer (V Horleih Shoes

o Tropicq), Linen Qr Rayon Suits
b T To use r s "7 '

. ..ifi

Special Attention to Quentai

Np, U Central Ay?, Only : :

i -i,


: I
.Rccd si:ry cn p.jj 77
Monday Is First Day Of School Here
For Summer Session Of LSU Program


l J M f : i

- i
4 X
- v
1 hi
1 i
( 4

' 8

Monday is the first day of school
here for many officers, enlisted
men, their dependents and U. S.
.itiT.n. nrnlled in the summer

session of the Louisiana State ,U-
. whii. th rest' of the schools
' here are turning their students
- loose on vacations LSU students
will be studying five courses Jn
psychology, English and mathema mathematics.
tics. mathematics. j ;.'(. V ttf-
Registration was accomplished.
' Thursday and Friday nights. How However,
ever, However, late applicator may be sub-
nutted Dy conwcim ""r
m-MBirtative at the -Fort Clayton
Education Center.-
Some 80 officers h the command.
are now enrolled in the program,
wording towaro. a
five' students of the school-away-
.nhii havo been- urged to
11 Ulil Jin""' t
A letter distributed by the Chief
of Staff's office last week urged
participation and said current De
partment oi mw ""-.
Soviet Handbook
Gives; Population
As 2002 Million. v
, MOSCOW, June 8 UP) Bus Bus-sia's
sia's Bus-sia's first statistical handbook in
many years gave the nations po population
pulation population yesterday as 200.2 million,
an ; unexpectedly low figure that
may mean Soviet war losses were
twice the usuauy esumaieu
lion men,
The latest Western estimate, ad admittedly
mittedly admittedly an informed guess, had
pieced Russia's population at 218
million. The Soviet figures indicat indicator
or indicator thom wnuld he. morethan 250
million Russians' if it were not for
World War II. '
' The U.S. Census Bureau esti estimated.
mated. estimated. America's population- on
JIarch I at 167,181.000.
. The handbook, published by the
government statistical board, said
99S per cent of Russia's adults
ra mpmhpra nf some kind of co
operative group figure wnicn
said proves there is no longer any
of boureeois city landown
ers or Kulaks individually prosper
on form opt in the U.S.S.R.'
it estimated Russia's a t P B
pjralation, at 87 million persons,
43.4 per cent. .of the- total,- and
wan more ihan 50 million are en-
gared in some type of study;
It tokes o mogicion to. get o
robbtt out of o rtot, but onyone
con let the cot out of the bog.
1A0 4:10 6:35 9:00 p.m.

v - K'vJ 7 US'


ses belief that "concerned com commissioned
missioned commissioned personnel should pro program
gram program and undertake studies to toward
ward toward a degree.'!
During this sammer session,
three professor from the LSU
campus will come here to conduct

their classes: Dr. Paul Yougn, JJr.
Paul Rees and Dr. Harriet Young.
Classes are being held at Fort
Clayton, Fort Xobbe, Albrook Air
Force Base and Fort Davis four
nights a week until the ; summer
term ends Aug. 3.
Dr. Young will, teach two psy
chology classes psychology 56
and 59. The 56-course will be held
Monday and Wednesday nights at
Davis, the other course on Tues-j
days and Thursdays at Kobbe.
Dr. Rees is also teaching two
courseg, Mathematics I, college al-
gebra, is slated twice-weekly at
aabrook. The other, plane trigono trigonometry,
metry, trigonometry, is at Clayton class set for
Tuesday and Thursday.
Dr. Young will conduct English
composition classes on Mondays
and Wednesdays at Clayton. En
glish lb and lc is a required LSU
course for a degree.
Mollet Wins Third
Vote Of Confidence
PARIS, June 8 (UP) Socialist
Premier Guy MoHet won his third
vote of confidence in recent days
today, the latest two on hit plan
to increase old age pensions.
He won one confidence vote on
the pension bill this morning by
276 to 133, and a second one 'a few
pours later by 544 to 39.
Last Tuesday, Mollet won a con
fidence' vote based on his entire
domestic and foreign policy by
279 to 59.
The Communists abstained in
Tuesday's vote, but they returned
to support the Socialist-dominated
government in today's vote.
Mae AYest Is
Between Boy
WAfiHINOTON, June 8 (UP)
Muscular Mickey Hargitay. the
1956 "Mr. Universe." charged to
clay that he was knocked out by
Mae West's boy triend last night
in i brawl in her- night ciud
aressing room. .. ..
Hargitayf a member of Mae'a
muscle man "cnorus line," filed
assault charges against Chuck
Kraiir, another "one of the
- .. a result of A back-
1 L ;i:a at a local n'"ht-
lUe fi!.t started 'du,, a
ews ; conference that AoS
West had called te dissengage
herself from any romantic
entanglement bet e e n Mr.
Universe' and Jayne Mans
field, blonde Broadway -e
treea..-'-'-.."- '-
' According; to witnesses, Hargi Hargitay
tay Hargitay showed up. at the meeting
complaining that Miss west had
fired him to make room In her
troupe for the upcoming Mr.
Universe of 1957. ; f
Krauser, his protective instinct
blossoming Into full flower, tip tipped
ped tipped his Greek god torso to Har Har-gitay'r
gitay'r Har-gitay'r Greek god torso, flexed
his bulging bleep and let fly a
iight to Hargltay's handsome
chin. It took two stitches; to
patch him ud.
Miss West herself was bowled
over in the resulting jnelee.
At a hearing before corpora corporation
tion corporation counsel Kenneth Wood to today,
day, today, Hargitay, who hires out his
biceps for display purposes and
not for combat, said it was fall
like a dream."
"I was knocked out for a mln mln-ute,"
ute," mln-ute," he said. "I was falling all
over chairs."
Krauser testified he hit
Hargitay' "in self-defense.. .He
kept telling ene lie on top of 1

Carib Command Group Off
To All-Army Talent Finals

The Army's top entertainers
from installations me wonai
over, inciuuing wie ariDueHu
Command, will converge on Ft.
Dlx. N.J.. this week toDrepara-
tlon for the All-Army talent IU
nals.--: ".j.t., v-'
It will be the second straight
year for Ft.. Dlx to host the an annual
nual annual show. ;,
More than. .120 performers.
representing the best soiaier-tai-
ent In 12 stateside and overseas
commands, are vying for 18 win
ners' places and appearances on
the Ed suuivan -Toast oi the
Town" television show.
-Judging the show will be Ar
chie Mleyer,' ex-Arthur Godfrey
musician and now president of
Cadence Records; Robert Grif
fith, co-producer of two Broad
way hit musicals, "Damn Yan Yankees"
kees" Yankees" and "Pajama Game"; and
Paul Ackerman. an editor of
' Billboard magazine. .;
A military version of the "Os "Oscar"
car" "Oscar" will go to winners in six
categories vocal and instru
mental soloist,
vocal and instru
mental group, and specialty
former and group and second

and third place finishers will representatives.

"Let the people

Rock Slide Crushes Big Niagara Plant;

Shocked Survivors

(UP) The remaining section of
the huge Schoellkopf hydroelectric
plant stood in double jeopardy to today.
day. today. It was feared it would fall vic victim
tim victim either of another rock slide or
the after effects of slides which al already
ready already had crumbled two.third of
Hundreds of tons of rocks tore
loose from the wall of the lewer
Niagara gorge yesterday. They
thundered down on the Niagara
Mohawk Power Corporation's giant
plant. . .. .. . --.
, One workman, Identified as
Richard Draper, 39, of Lewisten,
N.YW was missing and believed
dead. Thirty-nine ether workmen
scrambled te safety as gigantic
boulders crashed down en me
Four of' them were treated for
shock at local hospitals and re released..
leased.. released.. i
Only the "Station A" section of
the plant, located a ,quaner mue
below the famed cataract along
the American shore, survived
Charles J. Wick, administrative

Central Fjgure In Brawl

Friend1 And
! Georce Klferman. another one
of Miss West's muscle men, who
acted as a sort of reieree reieree-medlalor,
medlalor, reieree-medlalor, said he ; didnt see
Hargitay make any "threaten "threatening
ing "threatening gestures." He attributed the
bout to the fact that Krauser
was "emotionally Involved with
Miss West." ; -;y-
Meanwhile, back in Miss
West's hotel roon the celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated dispenser af high-octane sex
histronics cheerfully admitted
that she and Krauser are in in-firtvi
firtvi in-firtvi fmntionallv Involved.
A 1 ir l-' -t r 1 1 romdT
For Insulting The
MADRID. June 8 (UP) A
judge today sentenced an Amer
ican bullflgnter to six years- im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment on a charge of "in "in-sultlnu
sultlnu "in-sultlnu the SDanlsh nation."
Harry Whitney, oi auswh,
Tex., staggered by the severity
of the sentence, immediately
called on the American Embassy
for help.
Whitney had admitted using
"strong words" after a collision
between his automobile and a
motorbike on Madrid's Gran
His exact words were not re
ported in court But at bis trial,
before a iudee and without a
jury, he said he had spoken In
the heat of anger ana was sorry
for his remarks. ;
The toll verdict banded
down against Whitney was six
years and ene day of Impris Imprisonment,
onment, Imprisonment, loss ef all rights in
cdve scrolls for their efforts.
competition begins tomorrow
and lasts three days. The win
nerg from the Panama and An
tilles areas left for the States
last week. -.;-;
The group includes:
Eddie Edwards of Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, the winner In the vocal so solo
lo solo category; the Midnighters of
Fort Amador; a azi combo made
up of -Don Ramey, jack Cole,
Dwignt vance ana Ed Overton:
and the Kobbe Kombo, which
won In the instrumental group,
made up .of Leonard Davis, pet peter
er peter PetrlU. John L. Nicholson,
Donaia jacx ana am Leaiue.
The Puerto Rican arouD in
cludes Jack ("The Fertilizer
Kid") Northrop of Henry Bar
racks, a winner in the novelty
category; Joseph Debrenski, Jr.,
tne v instrumental soio winner:
and the vocal aroun wlnnlmt
team of Gerald Darraw, George
Demme, Donald J, Adams, and
Jim K. Barnett.
Coaching the Caribbean win-

per-mera Is Mlas Ruth Blackwell, the
command' snedal aarvkes ren.

knot the truth end the

vice president of the company's!
western division, said the rest of
the station's facilities will be a
tnt Iah if (ha Mtinn ti flnndMrl
beyond salvage.
Known lots at the moment was
listed at 144.000,000 by a compa company
ny company spekatman.'
Authorities feared additional
slides might occur because a
terminal building atop the gorge
had boon undermined byyester
dav'a tildes.
The remaining portion of the
plant could conceivably be in the
oath of anv future slide. '.
Dr. Austin c. McTigue, nationai-
ly-known seismologist and chair
man of the Canislus College pnys
ids department in Buffalo, said he
believed yesterday's rockfall was
caused by a "very small'.' earth
Dr. McTiaue said It was "just
another release of the elastic strain
in the earth" in the area. j
He theorized there was t defi
nite patten of earth disturbances
in an area stretching from Anna,
Ohio, to the north as far as Mas
sena, N.Y., and Toronto, Ont
Mr. Universe
was the first time two men had
fought over her, Miss West
dropped her husky voice two
full octaves and snodesthr.,w
plied: ... v-
"No, but not In public like
this before. I prefer doing
things behind dosed doors,'
She said her quarrel with
Hargitay was over publicity
stories in which she was repre represented
sented represented as being jealous of his
purported affection for. Miss
Mansfield. j
Mae west jealous over an an-rl,tr
rl,tr an-rl,tr v -n's chairrs? Never!
U" I tul ..4 lvl
Spanish llatidn'
Spain, and payment ef costs.
- Whitney was charged with
"insults to the Spanish, nation"
during a tiff following the traf traffic
fic traffic Incident in Madrid's prind prind-pal
pal prind-pal thoroughfare last month.
A dispute with bystanders fol followed
lowed followed in which Whitney admit
ted he used some "strong words.
Even his defense counsd had
conceded that a six-month jail
But the Sl-year-old Texas
bullfighter was shocked by the
severity of the sentence actual
ly imposed. ,s, is,:;
Mutterlna that "this is a ter
rible exaggeration.' Whitney
leit the court the territorial
audience and went to the
United States Embassy to discuss
we situauon, v, .
- .rvV-t.-oV-.--.W.-:.
He said he wanted to appeal
the decision.
The Spanish authorities aave
him four or five days to report
to jau. 1
Whitney came to Spain several
years aao to trv his hand aa a
Duiingnter. He fought in nunor
contests in Madrid and in the
provinces. But he did not achieve
fame before critical -Spanish
audiences. Tall and thin, he had
a rood style as a bullfighter,
critics said, but lacked the Span Span-lard's
lard's Span-lard's inborn "feeling" for the
art of. the torero. In recent
months he has been helping; to
run a restaurant ior Americans
in Madrid.
5Catun Farmers
Haled Into Gpurt:;
For Clearing Land
Five farmers from tha r.iiim
Lake area today were broueht in
to the Cristobal Magistrate's Court
for clearing land without authoriz
ation. i.4i..,....;:.v...;.;.....w
The men were charsed with
"malicious inhirv te real'nroser.1
ty," and the imposition of their
sentence was suspended. They
were each placed on ode tear nro-
bttion however. . .
Defendants m the joint charge
were Lorenzo Bonilla. 44. Maxlmi-
no taraoauoi 34, Marcos Duran, 18,
Juea Ruiz, 31, all Panamanians,
And one Colombian. Ansel Alvoli-
da, 60.

country u safe9 'Abraham IXncoln.

"It looks -to me like a series of
I echelon faults, he said. By faults.
he said he meant cracks in the
I irth r
Water war first noticed
Ing inte the plant about 10:36 a.m.
edt yesterday. The c e m p a a y
spokesman said the seeping wa water
ter water apparently undermined the
reck wall, causing the slide.
Queen Eliztbclh II
Greeted h Sweden;
Tight G::rd Formed
Sweden greeted Queen Elizabeth
II with a wide-open welcome and
an air tignt guard today,
The tight guard against Cypriot
assassins in me uritisn isles ex
tended to Sweden. Informed sourc
es said police had ; investigated
some 13,000 foreigners here before
toe Queen arrived. , c
, Sweden's 17 lunatic asylums
were instructed to withhold leave
from patients during the first Brit British
ish British roal visit in 48 years.
fouce estimated a euarter of a
million persons turned out in
Stockholm to cheer the arrival of
Oueen Elizabeth and the Duke of
Edinburgh, nephew of Sweden's
Queen Louise, j
A heavy fog bad delayed the
royal yacht Britannia but the sun
was blazing in Stockholm,
King Guastaf and Queen Louise
greeted the visitors. They rode in
horse-drawn carnages to the roy
al castle Bands and ; cheering
throngs lined the streets in a wel
come rivaling the coronation pro
cession.. -,..v. .;
Ambulance sirens blended with
God Save the Queen as swooning
spectators were taken out of the
heat. -.. ...
Three hundred Swedish
.uice .; b- 1 the rnval
in a nuMary t;i--it
mild crUicism from h
(li ew
JK f.w. J
..Hundreds of small craft escorted
the Queen's yacht te port
Ex-Ccnvicl Kills
I.f3v$boyf 2 Olhcrs
A! Chi Jazz Spol
CHICAGO, June 1 (UP) An
alleged ex-convict, armed with a
double-barreled shotgun, shot and
killed three persons at a north
side jazz spot early today:
- Two of his victims were oa the
floor, begging for mercy, when he
fired. v-r
The other was a newsboy" who
happened to bump inte the killer
as helled. .rv:.t.: ? :
The victims included Max Ep Epstein,
stein, Epstein, 54, co-owner of the Miracle
Bar where the shooting occurred,
and a young woman named Lois,
who operated the cocktail lounge's
"X game." The newsboy was not
immediately Menuned.
Detective Paul Doleman said the
killer was tentatively identified as
Lawrence Newman, 28, believed to
be an ex-convict who associates
with other ex-cons.
He fled northward on foot down
a long alley -which runs beside the
elevated tracks. Police- threw a
dragnet over the area, which in
cluded the swank Laiesnore a a-partmenti.
partmenti. a-partmenti. ,
Japanese Doctor
Deliberately Dies;.
From Penicillin
TOKYO, June (UP) Japs Japs-aese
aese Japs-aese doctor died in agony from
penicillin poisoning that others
might use the wonder drug and
Dr. Yasuo Ogasawara deliber
ately 1 a j e e t e d the antibiotic
Wednesday although he knew he
was, allergic to it in an effort to
describe the symptoms. He used
an experimental drug that con contained
tained contained penicillin but was designed
to combat poisoning.
He voluntarily became a guinea
pig after several eases of penicil penicillin
lin penicillin poisoning had been reDorted in
Ogasawara lived In aeonv for
90 minutes, describing in detail to
medical assistants the faintness
and paralysis that gripped him.
From his dying words the as
sistants will trv to learn more a-

bout penicillin poisoning.


To Safety
Several of the workmen who es
:aped were sent to the plant to
investigate the seepage.
"There was no panic but we
all ran," Jack Smithson. 30. of
Niagara Falls,, one of the work
men, tolq reporters.
"I thought I was scared in Ko Korea
rea Korea but it wasn't like this," Chris
Nelson, 25, another workman who
was in the Marines, said.
. "All I know is that the walls and
ceiling started to come down and
I ran like hell. I didn't stop for
anything. I was really scared.

Army To Discharge 475,000' Reservists
Transfer 500,000 More To Standby Status

in a move to further build a
truly ready reserve force, the
Army will discharge 475,000 res
ervists and transfer an addi
tional 500,000 reservists from the
ready to the standby reserve
aunns- tne next nscai year, ac
cording to the Department of
the Army.
The Army's readv reserve
screening program Is designed
to Insure the minimum attrition
of Individuals and units upon
The result will be te retain
In the ready reserve only those
who meet service standards of
fitness, and possess the requir- :
ed mlitary qualifications 1st
appropriate, trades and sue-
e'alties, and who will be avail-,
ble when called for military;
service daring, a national
emergency, 'f.i-ii'i .r,;, 4
The program will also remove
irom tne ready reserve those
whose call to military service
would seriously impair produc
tion and research vital to the
military effort or activities nec-
r,n,""i!',ce cf
I "re t 1 1 v ids t
ciiuicul i,,i..iy gii.1.1 or volun volunteer
teer volunteer for ready eeserve service.
' Slmilary. reservists whose re
call to active dutv would create
extreme personal or community
hardship will be transferred to
the standby reserve.
The ready reserve Includes
those units and Individuals re.
sjulred and aval lable fot
prompt entry on active dntv in
any 'expansion ef the aetive :
Amy In time of war, er In
tame of national emergency
Fcnz!iccl Ap;rc:cli
To Iteckl Arcn;:nl
By l!s7$a:n"
S. Pope, Louisville, Ky., newspa newspaper
per newspaper executive, yesterday criticized
- isnaucai impatience on both
sides of the racial issue.
On one side Is a type of "dema "demagogue
gogue "demagogue who is trvinff to win or kwt
putuic office, or best a competitor
or safeguard some small counter-
ten feeling of power ever other,"
he said.
"He savs there will nww k
desegregation in the South, but
except in rare eases ef outright
idiocy he probably knows better.
He has seen desegregation start
But Pooe. executive editor of
the Louisville Courier Journal
and Louisville Times, told the Em
ory University graduating class
that "the intellectual and doctri doctrinal
nal doctrinal integrationist with his magic
wand will offer you almost as
reckless a solution. He sees no no-obstacle
obstacle no-obstacle but stubborness; Just o o-bev
bev o-bev the Commandments, he savs."
Pope said the transition period
u. race relations, DFOUgnt to a
crisis by the Supreme Court's I
school decision of 1954 should be I
one of patience and understanding'
on all sides. v, j
."Fanatical Impatience in this
period can be a sort of bigotry it-!
self," he said. "Whether they are;
good or evil, barriers hold back
something, just as a dam holds
back water. But if a dam is found
to be illegal, you dont dynamite!
it until the valley below can pre-!
pare iiseu. ;
Pope urged young people to join
"a multitude of white Southerners
who are decent, honorable and
perplexed and who have no pat:
formulas. 1
"They don't want to defy the
dictates of the courts or of civil
and social evolution." he said.

SE55-A?D SSRT 0F r Robert Allan Stewart (right) of
n !&n' c- top man ta 0,6 1958 graduating class of the
'SSUSfT A?demy West Point, NY, shakes handi with
JohnF. f-etn. last man In the dass. Army Secretary Wilber
Brucker Landed out the diplomas and commissions to the 480
graduates and toM them that the threat of armed aggression
v will keep the UjS. heavily armed for years tccome. 4-

declared by Congress, er pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed by the President, or
when otherwise authorised bf
law.--'. :V ;,. f
The ready reserve will be re
quired ior eany deployment:
The 'standby reserve Includes
lb Trceps Close
Down Russian
bpicie Cen!:r
TEHRAN. Iran. Jim cttpv
Iranian troops occupied a Soviet
oil installation in northeast Iran
Tuesday, closin? down "nn nt
last. Soviet espionage centers m
Iran," a high government official
saia yesterday, t -'
He said the two Soviet execu executives
tives executives and 15 native employes mak making
ing making up the staff of the disputed
Khuryan field were brought here
under guard. The seizure ended
weeks of futile efforts to talk the
Russiansjinto leaving the are.
There was no report of yiolence
or casualties in- the seizure of thp1
v h r t 1
s ea
embassy has L ed a iuiii.a com complaint,
plaint, complaint, against the- Iranian action.
However, Russia is not expected
to make a major-issue of it be
cause of the impending Moscow
visit of Shah Mohammed B i z s
Kamevi and Queen Soraya.
The Russian propaganda radio,
which has often criticized Iran's
pro-Western policies, recently has
been pouring out glowing f 0 r e e-casts
casts e-casts of the warm welcome the
Iranian sovereigns can expect in
the Soviet capital.
Soviet authorities agreed 18
months ago to close down their
oil installations in Iran,, but they
apparently felt the agreement did
hot cover Khuryan. 1
4:66 6:53 -:M p.m.

1.75 snl

34 4:66 6:53 : n.m. 1 1 1

j Ql-

Individuals ayallable for Invol Involuntary
untary Involuntary employment In the ex-:
panslon of the active Army only
upon declaration of war or a na national
tional national emergency declared by
the congress, or when otherwise
authorized by law. ...
Standby reservists' will be re recalled
called recalled to duty only after selec--tlve
service has determined that
they are available, for aetive
duty. . i- h
The screening procedures will
bring the Army reserve,; includ including
ing including the Army. National : Guard,
within thestrength ceiling of
1,692,000 authorized bv th De

partment of Defense under the
Reserve Forces Act of 1955.
Strength of the Army ready
reserve by the end of this '.
month, it Is estimated, will be
1,885,000 exclusive of the Ar Army
my Army National Guard.
The strength of the standby
reserve,: on which there is no
ceilings will be about 8,500 on
June 30.' :.'. :
Army National Guard strength
by June 30 will be approximate approximately
ly approximately 407,000. .
f Reservists to be diN liar
S'C. those who in-i--. ; 1
or s'z-yer rfser? .,
posed of Korean vat
who are now established In t ; r
occupation and community 3.
Many would be due. for routine
discharge within the next year.
Priority for transfer of reserv reservists
ists reservists to the standby reserve will
be based on combat service and
the amount .of ready reserve ob obligation
ligation obligation remaining.
HIGH (: 10W
1:38 a.m. t,-t a.m.
3:53 a.m. 10:24 p.m.
:15,3:10, 5:05,7:00, 8:55 pan.
"square jy:;:iE"
" f.l A f.1 C O
V :


t s

f 4