M it h
lULJL-tU U li -ft
Hopes For Ike's
: Panama's President Ricardo
Arias today expressed sympathy
for ailing President Elsenhower,
'and at the ama time indicated
that the forthcoming meeting
of presidents of the American
Republic could be postponed.
u appears Mr;: jSUenhower's
-,iii rni out his at-
- tending the meeting June 25 and
26 as presently acuEuureu.
But Mr. Atlas pointed "out
that thB original Congress of
.Panama, called by Simon Bo,
livar, extended from June 25 to
July 15, 1826.
- 1 Accordingly, any postponement
th. T-..lrtnt.il meetlnz UP
to July 15 would stUl bring 1
within the anniversary perioa
There is still no medical infor infor-MAn
MAn infor-MAn ..in whether or not Mr.
Uiawuu a.-,vw ww 1
Eisenhower may b able to tray-
el by Jury is.
w. t,i ftM t deeriv. re
,v AVll. ui - -
,.f tUm (lln.c. nf President Eis-
. K1CI w -.
enhower, a great friend of Pan
ama ana aeaicaiea w uenjvw
cy. 11 v
t Vtnna fnr hl iwlft and com
plete recovery, for the benefit of
the people oi piorui. Amenta,
"and of world democracy.'
l" 1 ."
ho, s al
'tha ronferencc ol t u
most enthusiastic supporters.
He' was the first top official
t nkiliv leelafe himself 1 m
favor of Mr. Arias' idea that the
heads of state hold such a his historic
toric historic gathering. ; ; i( v v-One
One v-One of hU principal kims was
to exalt the role of the Organi Organization
zation Organization of American states (OAS)
as the world's first regional or organization
ganization organization to successfully pre prevent
vent prevent strife among its members
and effectively promote political
and economic cooperation!
llsmed As Deputy
Comptroller 01 PC
'r, nnnintmant nf Sfenhen V.
N. Powelson as deputy comptroller
of the Panama Canal Co. was an
nounced yesterday by comptroller
Philip L. Steers, Jr. the appoint appoint-becomes
becomes appoint-becomes effective June 15.
As deputy comptroller Powelson
- moves into. the position vacated by
Steers, when he was promoted to
comptroller last November. n
A native of New York City, Pow Powelson
elson Powelson comes to th Canal Zone
w.m vionna Austria, where he
' had been controller for the Inter
" national Cooperation Admlnistra
tion's mission since 1953. -u.
im a graduate of Harvard Col
I. hnirU a master's decree in
- business administration from New
York University and is a certified
..niintant Thirinff the war
he served as a traveUmg auditor
- and division chief accountant witn
the American Friends S a r f i c t
- DMsuicnn his iivm in Europe
since 194T. He was with CARE for
two years, with the Economic Co Co-operation
operation Co-operation Administration in
France, Sweden and Austria from
1949 to 1953, and comptroller for
'' the ICA,iiission to Austria since
Mr. and Mrs! Powelson have
"been assigned' quarters in JLos
Rios. They have one son, Stephen,
3 and three daughters, Rebecca,
9, Anne, 6 and Sally, a months.
Ernestito To Be,
Invited Jo Visit
SAN JUAN; Pit., June 9 (UP
r.i Miiftnc Marin todav an
nounced he will invite Ernesto
de la Ouardia jr., presiaeni-eieci
of Panama, to visit Puerto Rico
on July 25. on the occasion of
the celebration of the common commonwealth's
wealth's commonwealth's anniversary."
ua added that Panama was
.nn.iH.r!n tha astahlishment of
a development program such as
one now operating m rurw ta-
Mufiof Marin said he will also
invite Eugene Black, president
of the world bank, to witness
Puerto Ri"! social and econo economic
mic economic progress.
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: HOPES FOR PRESIDENTS RECOVERY
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NEW YORK, Juna 9 (UP) Tha nation forgot party differancaa today and x-.
pressed ita concern and hop for President Eisenhower's quick recovery.
Leaders of both parties have refrained from any statements as to the political
implications of the President's operation for an intestinal ailment.
' Former President Truman, vacationing in Paris, declared for himself and Dem
ocrats: "I sure hope it's not
vio President Richard M.
wivnn told SOO vounr ReDiibli-
Icans that the President "is go
ing to be back on the firing une
very" soon." ?
Nixon loined the young Re
publicans at their leadership
conference in a sueni prayer iur
Mr. Elsenhower's recovery He
stood riurins the ceremony with
eves closed and his h an d s
clenched Ugnuy benina ou
The vice president had spent
the day inconspicuously in the
background when the Preil Preil-dent'i
dent'i Preil-dent'i Illness and hospitalisa hospitalisation
tion hospitalisation wer announced.
Adlai Stevenson and Sen. Es-
; Tif- ll V.T a V:riVf; S'0 bMwl between two members
following their hard California f"th An,ericiB military assist assist-nrimarv
nrimarv assist-nrimarv ramDalen. exBressed .j
'T ihsm thi Roncern of everv-
one and their hfipe the Presi President
dent President will recover speedily and
completely," Stevenson said at
thm fianta Rarhsrft vnMt ranrh
where he is relaxing.1
I V V Maw ft at J''
: AT.fiTFBS Aloeri. .Tuna 9 ftTP
J Units of a French task force re
turning torueir oase from a iu iu-tile
tile iu-tile search for Nationalist outlaws
suddenly, wheeled today in s sur surprise
prise surprise attack to trp rebel bands in
the vilrl Klhvli Mnuntlinn '.
First rnnrt alrf ihnut 30 fh-
eis were ; auiea ana zs capiurea.
ine operation cosione uvea oi iwu
French soldiers. t
! Units of the 7th Mechanized Di
vision vere en route back to then then-base
base then-base from "Operation Basque,"
which involved about 6,000 French
traops earner this wee. -
Tha flrit phase of the apar
tien f ailad ta surprl
ale. iutim aoBararttlw
way. tha aoldiara found mostly
ampty villages, although at least
50 extramists ware killed during
-Returning to headquarters, Bri-I
gaae oen. KODert ueuisagariy sua
denly ordered his division and sup
porting units 10 turn ana aiucc
to the north.
The troops surrounded a triad triad-pnlar
pnlar triad-pnlar araa. Tnsiric the triaiiele
wr tha naV nf RAi All Hannah
traditional wild refuge of the Kaby
ne reoeis.. . .vr-a ;
Some 5,000 other French troops
nnsnefl anan in western Algeria.
Th niuratian ransad over annth-
" r o
' i -a i
cr irianguiar area i muca ivug,
trtohinff from Nemoura ti Mar-
nia and then along the frontier of
Morocco. i ,-t
' Turantv rahal hanifc rwra ha-
liavad roup tit in tha renter nf tha
trap. Officials said 56 Nationalists
were killed since the operation be began
gan began Wednesday night ;
" Meanwhile 7 3flA mnra f franrh
troops of the 20th Infantry Division
unaea in Algiers today.
SPECIAL DELIVERY Medical use of hypnotism waa dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated recently in Chicago. Mrs. Merrill G. Dillenbechs
joyfully holds up her baby. Donna, born while the mother was
in a hypnotic trance. The delivery by Caesarean section, to together
gether together with major surgery," in believed to be the first such ca
using hypnosis. Mrs. Dillenbeck
operation, and felt no pain.
It lA people
PARTY DIFFERENCES, T
serious. sure hope not.
vfanr at Palm Snrlnas on
tVi ralifnrnta desert Raid "I
hope and pray that the Presl-
aent is not leriuusiy ui x
loin with, all Americans in wish wishing
ing wishing him a speedy recovery
?Gov. Averell Harriman said
in-Albany, N.T that he was
Di3 In Machinegun
Balile In Saigon ;
SAIGON, June (UP)-A night nightclub
club nightclub brawl between two members
ance aim auvuuij kivuv nuywu
One of the Americans shot his
associate to death and waa later
killed by police submachine gun
fire. Another A m e r i e a a was
Tha 'battle started when an A
merlcaa named Clark and another m1c carrrlnt m tener tener-identified
identified tener-identified a, JSjffi&Fl
members of the military; assist-.v. ri.,v a
ami advisory fflim ffot into
an argument in the'iiouitui Com"
nightclub 1 y
TheV: carried IheVtwarrel out
iHa whara nnlira ;' aaid Clark
drew a Colt automatic and pump
ed bullets into liiDDon. uiooon xeu
dead en the pavemenw
... Another American wmea
mar waa woonaeo ujrui r '-
(arm $Clark, who nea to jt nearoy
Saigon police poured a n o m a
chine, gun fire into tM notei wen
C l.rappearea econa-.Wry
l Apparently mv wara xoppieo ..--. "Var iiVrnV to Bnena Bnena-fronTthe
fronTthe Bnena-fronTthe window and feU across If.011 her lourne' Buena-
'a "t 3
a high-tension wire netore crasn
lng to his deitn in tne sireei.
Police were stui invesugaung
Bcvan On H-bomb
CARDIFF, Wales', ; June
rTrDTjft wlnir T.ahorlta AnU-
rln Ttavait aaid fadav It would be
'madness" and "a crime against
iiiBinwu u. d
mankind" ir Britain, tort
mrongn wim piana w exiiiouoijuy pnth gov. Averen Hsrnmnn
lt flrat W.homh next vear. .iA e.mh. n (a fianlo. Tam-
nvan addramlnor a meeting
of South Wales miners, attacked
the announcement by Prime
Minister Anthony Eden that
Britain would hold H-bomb tri trial
al trial In the Pacific. ;
He urged that the British and
U.S. governments accent a so soviet
viet soviet offer to atoo all nuclear
"There can be agreement now
between the United states, Brit
aln and th flnvtet TTnlnn in atnn
all. further experiments' in nu
clear explosions,, Sevan saw.
says ane waicnea w awn
hnoit the truth end the
PANAMA, K. P SATURDAY JUNE 1S5
'enneerned tn hear about
"He has rriT nravera and tend
wishes for a speedy recovery
Too Lslo How, Dul
Tug Is Making Run
To Free Stuck Jhlj.
The tug Taboga was sent out
yesterday to help the Mexico; a
a cargo snip wnicn ran agrouno
about 90 miles north of Buena Buenaventura,
ventura, Buenaventura, but shortly after the
tug left here the vessel pulled
herself loose and proceeded t,to
Buenaventura, .' .' T
aerhrdlnir to wllford and Mc
Kay, agents for the ewner of the
T.lharlan-flav ahln Word WIS re
ceived too lata tq summon th
Taboga 10 turn naca. f t
7.rfane.saaT.Tne nei av s,- ...
a.rouud, : '
. i a.iinff atel.h .Colombia
tried to' pull the Mexico out, but
wa not iuccessfuL It was after
the tain attempt to' free the
cargo ship that the Panama Ca-
,-t- v0rdered to
t thi rat. of ; $100 per
!,. ,. , ,v J
The Taboga left last -night,
.nerted to return
"' 7 tonirtt or tomorrow.
here later tonight, or tomorrow.
The 208-n. long Mexico con
RcoseYcll, Jr.r In
As NY Dc.:d:l:g2l3
KEW YORK, June -(UP)-
Wanlrlln T) Roosevelt : Jr. Tt
eeived assurances yesterday that
ne win ne nunta as uu ui
vnrir at ate 'a 24 deleeates-at-
large to the Democratic Nation
Ttamneratla. aourcet reported
mat n assurancea wmo b'v"
and Carmine O. de Saplo, Tarn-
mannv leader and national
committeeman for Mew York.
nn,a niiaxt.lnn : of RoOSCVelt's
taiaet.inn was nromoted by PubJ
lished reporu maav ne wa ,DC
lng orpppea oecause) n w
firm represents the Dominican
Republic in the United States.
The firm was recently picket-
a kaeanaa of the- HlVSterlOUS
rfUannaaranea nf Dr. JeSUS de
Oalindea, Columbia.,, University
scholar, who naa puonsnea
jmilfil attaplc nn tha re-
glme of Generalissimo Rafael
revnlutlonarv leader In exile
from the republic has charged
that Gaimaei was mururrcu u
hia body was thrown Into the
rmara. nf the freiffhtef Fun-
daclon In New York harbor. Po
lice are Investigating tne cnarg-
Classes To Change
For La Boca Kids
Children attending !emealsrv
school at La Boca will report for
classes Monday morning in the
former La Boca High School
TKa trlntfa fit artninmafit rrnm
the old grade school building to
ine lormer mgn scnoot nuuauig u
being made over this weekend.
The removal of the high school
classes to the new building at Pa-
raian haa marfa nnaaihla tha liaa Of
the former La Boca high School
for the elementary school build building.
ing. building. ...'.v .:
country U ele AlreKem Lincoln.
By ANTHONY MUTO
Washington. June t (UPl
I aat aext to President Eisenhow
er at the White House photograph photograph-era
era photograph-era dinner Thursday night and had
an excellent chance to observe
him. The President ate sparing
ly. He seemed ia excellent health,
Mr. Eisenhower was full of ani animation
mation animation and enerav. He appeared
to enjoy the dinner and the show
Although tne rresiaent aie use
a man on a diet, be lnaicatea ne
aninvaH hia fnod
He had a fruit cup, a a man
broiled filet without sauce or
arniahmatit Of anv kind.
He bad a baked potato without
butter and plain vegetables with
uit hiittar or other larnishment.
He drank a cup of caffein-free
'He took only a eeremonlsl sip
of red wine.
All during dinner Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower csrried on an animated conver conversation
sation conversation with me and with. Henry
Rurraiiaha. mv successor as ores.
ident of the White House News
The President was particularly
favial when he got up to thank the
He related a story tnat eomeoian
Bob Hope had told him sometime
The dinner was pretty much off
the record so I won't quote the
President's remarks : ;
"canal ftone Junior; Cbllege
summer sessidn classes Will be begin
gin begin Monday, Dean JtogerC
Hackett announcea yeatciuBj.
- in aiementarv short-
W.4 alamentarv tVDlnff (tWO
sections),' and. intermediate typ-
lng wiu be hew m ne
livening eli'ssei will Include
elementary shorthand, interme intermediate,
diate, intermediate, shorthand, business Eng English,
lish, English, slide rule, elementary alge-
k.. hloh arhnnl leveU. first l-
uim ..a" t ' I
mester conege aigeora, i'w.Ku-
tra marennioffv. element mi i
Spanish, and elementary eonver-
...iwu-' " t
Saturday morning wasses wiu
meet for the first me on June
ia rh include enalneerlng,
drawing, machine drawing, sheet
metal drafting ana arcnueciurai
a niimher nf eourses listen on
the registration schedule" have
been cancelled on account m
Insufficient enrollment, ana sev several
eral several of the ones listed above will
alai Ka cancelled after their first
meeUngs if their enrollments do
nnt Maeh tha renuired minimum
by then. Additional enrollments
will be accepiea in au clauses.
The aummer session wiu iasi.
atvht weeks with classes meet
ing-on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays and,
Ul tne case oi wie engmeering
eigjuaa Raturdav morninas. The
last classes will meet on Thurs
day, Aug. I, ana saturaay. Aug.
SENATE-BOUND? It Is re reported
ported reported that Govt A. B. Chan-,
dler, of Kentucky, ia consid considering
ering considering giving Mrs. Alben Bark Bark-ley,
ley, Bark-ley, widow of the late senator,
. an interim appointment to hia
a .1 i.i.i,i,n,iiii. im.hi,.. n ...in,... iiwwiii
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First Words Td Doctor
After 2-Hour Operation;
Heart Stands Up Well
WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP). President Eisenhower underwent
major operation today to relieve a ''non-malignant" intestinal obstruc- 1
Hon. His heart stood up well and his condition was reported "most sat satisfactory.";.
isfactory.";. satisfactory.";. 1 t
Six hours after the two-hour orqeal, the President came out from"
under the ether.
"What a bellyache" were amon g his first words to his doctor.
A four-man team of crack military and1 civilian surgeons' performed the surgery
in operating room No. 6 at Walter Reed Army hospital. It was slightly more than 24
hours after Mr. Eisenhower was stricken at the White House with an attack of ileitis
or inflammation of the lower small intestine.
White House press secretary James C. Hagerty announced at 10:55 a.m.'that the
doctors had reported the President's condition was "continuing most satisfactorily."
"His spirits were good his morale high," Hagerty said. A
, He had announced in two earlier bulletins that the operation had been a succesi.
Hagerty said Mr. Elsenhower
"Is conscious of pain when he is
sn-'Ve," The d 'ftw-;' rie-said,
re... Led tnat ti -s rftm may
continue for several days.
Hagerty announced he would
Issue a more detailed -medical
bulletin later. 'The physicians,
who were up most of the .night,
were beginning .to arrive at 10
a m, for more consultations,'' he
Said. :;:':-:: '( .-..,-4 ''-T-
Tha operation tteran at 1:59,
a.m. after long ? consultaiiona
during the n'ghl among more
than a dozen attending physi physicians.
cians. physicians. It ended at 4:51 a.m.
Mr. Eisenhower was on the
Coffee In Fulurel
Panamanian ; producers of
enuind enffeaa .era imtifiwi hw
the Panama Canal Company Fr
day that the Supply and Services
Bureau is prepsred to start mak making
ing making regular purchases of locally
roasted products. v
Under a direct buying p i a n
which can be made effective im immediately,
mediately, immediately, the Panama C a n a t
Company desires to give, local iof.
fee roasters an opportunity to sun-
ply Canal Zone Commissaries with
those coffees now roasted, blended
and packaged in the Republic.
The blends which have been a-
vailable to the Commissary retail
trade in the past will continue to
be offered at least until such time
that the Panama producers are in
a position to also furnish coffee
blended and roasted to specifi specifications
cations specifications as required to meet the
demand for the present blends, or
pending a determination of the de
mand for the Panama coffees.
Meanwhile, the Company is mak
ing no award under the Invitation
for bids for roasted and blended
whole bean coffee which waa ad advertised
vertised advertised in April. .'.
Motorists Asked r
. .... ... f .. V ;., ; v
Now that June Is here agsln. Ca
nal Zone motorists received the
annual word of. warning from the
Canai Zone Police to be more
careful in driving through residen
The reason for the warning, of
course, is the fact that more than
6,000 Canal Zone school children
started their annual vacation
The stelice warninf called attan attan-tIm
tIm attan-tIm H the fact that tha release
ef several thousand thlldren dur during
ing during tha daylight haurs mcraasas
the danger ef accidents. During
the achael year thara ere cem cem-paratlvaly
paratlvaly cem-paratlvaly few childrea in the
.residential ereas end specie!
precautions.' ara taken near
scheais ta prevent accidents.
1 During the school vscation pe
riod, which will end this year on
September 7. the condition Is re
versed end motorists are request requested
ed requested to exercise caution in driving
through heavily populated ar
operating table, under ether, for.
one pour and 53 minutes while
an anxious world waited.
Hageity .ed,the Jlrt news
of the operation's success ihort-l
ty oeiore 3 a.m.i
By the time of his 10:55 a.m.
report, Hagerty (aid Mr. Eisen-,
hower had been awake "three
or four, times.", : V
As an indication of the
President's morale,' Hagerty
aaid Mai. Arthur Cohen, an
ident was awake, he smiled at
attending surgeon, "told this
"One of the times the Pres Pres-hlm
hlm Pres-hlm (Cohen) and said "What
a bellyache! i T
Hagerty aaid that Dr, Isa Isa-dor
dor Isa-dor Ravdln, Philadelphia sur surgeon
geon surgeon who performed the opera operation
tion operation and MaJ. Gen. Leonard D.
Heaton, Walter Reed command commander,'
er,' commander,' thought the pre sident's
three-word comment typified bis
mSi i. r
Hagerty aaid his ,10:55 l.m.
f."1"ncement wa on,y Pre"
iiminary report. He, promised
mr ed tummary later. Igeon cuts openings both above
! The White- House said it re-and below the obstruction and
ye,d J1 consWerW number", sutures them together, in this
of telephone calls throughout the way a. clear passageway, ia re-
nigni irom persons asking how, stored and the affected part oi
the president is and expressing the ileum no longer la used, al.
hope for his speedy recovery, (though It remains In the body,
rlowera beiran arriving at tha Thi wm,it a..i.iM .v.
hosplUl this morning.
Around ine world statesmen tlon "relieved" rather than re re-and
and re-and ordinary folks likewise ex-l moved diseased section of tht
pressed sympathy and hope. ileum rather than by-oass it.
HAIR-RAISING TO FUND-RAISING William Holden wfU
donate the moustache he wears in the film, The Proud and "'
Prof ane" to a charity auction in Atlanta, Oa. If you don't,
recognize him with the moustache, that's Holden, above, get getting
ting getting a painless leg splint for a make-believe wound durinf -tooting
of the picture in Hollywood.,' r:
In Tils ftrt announcement
fthortlr before .. in.. .-.
f said "the o ;ifra nun wa ir.
cessful" and Mr. ..Eisenhower
"left the operating tabla in ex-
. eellent condition.,5
in a slightly more detailed
bulletin at 5:53 a.m., Hagerty
said the doctors had reported 1
the operation had "relieved" an
intestinal obstruction "due t
Ileitis, a non-mallgnant disease."
In the bulletins, ther8 were
no official details on the nature
of the President's operation be
yond that it "relieved" the in in-testlnal
testlnal in-testlnal obstruction, :
However It waa learned from
one of the attending surgeoni
that the procedure used la call,
ed an "entero-enterostomy."
A leading surgeon ; told th
United Press this involves treat treating
ing treating a by-pass around the ob
strucUon in the ileum or small
In such an ooeration. nn ee.
tlon of the tube-like Ileum la ac.
tually removed, instead, the sur.
official bulletin, aaid .the onera-
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THE MAIL BOX
HUMILITY ON TV
is It that everyone who writes to The Panama Amer Amer-ears
ears Amer-ears to have such an extreme attitude? Specifically I
4n m nrrvOj r
refer to "Dam Mad American" and Ashamed."vDunng the past
years I have traveled through many cities of the United States
and have read a lot of "letters to the editor," but I ye never
read any with so much pent-up malice of man for his fellow
man as I have seen in the PA. .-f,,i
.t. mM.nt. in the zone seem ta have forgotten certain
words such as arbitration, humility, gratitude and gentleness.
Instead of airing their views in an-educated manner, they don t
hesitate to go off naifvcocKea on any suoject ui uv'
PreSTheseSM:alled Americans "isolated" here in the Zoneare
so weU paid and coddled by the PanCanal Company that writ writing
ing writing stupid letters with an extremist attitude seems to be their
favorite pastime and major problem in life. t
Dam Mad American, for instance, seems to be worried about
the American OIs here in the Zone and the fact that they are
getting short-changed on the TV programs. He also makes such
vague generalities as "a group in Panama has even had the
arrogance to go to TV dealers and ask them to sell to a selec selective
tive selective group," and, also states that there are TV stations all over
v. v.ora ihm Amertmn ot i.i located where cutting of
commercials does not exist" My, aren't we well traveled and
educated to have gathered all of these facts I
In reference to Ashamed, I have never read of a man so
hnvs that ha would reiuse a free uciwi out 01 ranum. wcu,
pin a medal on me here we have a man who doesn t hesitate
to acclaim his bravery. Here We have a man who is offended
because someone else takes offense at his bragging and boast boast-fulness
fulness boast-fulness in regard to his love for his country.
Gentlemen, instead of airing your problems so boastfully
and arrogantly, why not temper your feelings and try to be a
real American as we like to think of Americans.
Instead of someone creating petty arguments by airing their
Individual grievances in such a harsh manner, why not soften
that hard tongue with humility, gratitude and patience.
, Those of us who read the PA for Information and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure do not enjoy such tripe as appears In the Mall Box from
certain private individuals. If you don't really have something
important to voice on an Intelligent level why not spare us
the boredom of having to read such trash?
, A Coco Solo Intellectburger
'it gives me great pleasure to announce at this time that
Orlando de la Guardia, the aiung ranama boiuo,
tag after a piesumed successful cardiac operation at Hahne Hahnemann
mann Hahnemann Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. v ,. eif..
The expense of sending Mr. De Ja Guardia to the States,
and his hospital costs, are being taken care of trough the
generous response pf the public of Panama and the Canal Zone
About fifty dollars more in contributions will assure a sufficient
. 'T&lS&Siim carf bt made direct
to the Chase Manhattan Bank, Balboa branch, or to the Club
de Claws, Cuerpo fle Bomberos, Panama or Local 13, Box 1059,
Bal AdditfirontribuUons to date are: Coco Bollte Firemen
116.25; Officers of the. Colon Bomberos $50 50; Lions Club $25.00;
AeroVlas Panama, SA., $103.05. Firemen of the City of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Local 22 donated six pints of blood or as much as may be
nwdeL R. G. Condon,
President, Local 13
I.A.F.F., Canal Zone.
SOMETHING TO AIM AT-Here's the Navy's newest all all-j
j all-j metal target plane, the XKDB-1, developed by Beech Aircraft'
"to Wichita, Kan. The drone is capable of out-of -sight, remote
control for surface-to-air and air-to-air target practice by
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By. VICTOR RIESEL
It haDDened in President Rin.
hower's private office some weeks
before 1 was sprung from the
hospital. It has not been reoorterf
so I put it on record because it
snows now deep an interest the
Chief Executive is taking in his
This is the year of Labor's edi-
nce complex and on any foggy
morning Mr. President can loox
out and get a clear view of some
brand new union, buildings. So Ike
has been reading up on just who
are ine men ot labor.
In April, the President decided
to meet one of these men who
doesn't take the Republican Party
as a personal insult. He is Maurice,
Hutcheson, leader of the Carpen Carpenters
ters Carpenters Brotherhood, who came to the
White House with one of his- aides.
The President had two important
advisers present and opened the
conversation by pointing out that
he had insisted on using union
labor in the renovation of his
Then Mr. Eisenhower turned to
Hutcheson and said he had been
reading about this fellow. James
nona, oi tne Teamsters. What's
he like, Ike asked.
One of the President's advisers
bluntly criticized Hoffa. "Hutch"
retorted that Hoffa was a friend
OfBillS. v j
Hutcheson then told the Presi
dent that there was considerable
difference of opinion over Hoffa
and that the Detroit Teamster had
his friends and his enemies inside
labor. The Carpenters' chief added
that there was always controversy
and that at the moment, for ex
ample, he disagreed sharply with
the AKL-CIO's leader, George Me-
any, on many issues.
The President grinned. He said
that he was certainly glad to hear
that there were differences of opin
ion in otner organizations besides
the Republican Party.
WeU, last week, the President
crossed the square and spoke at
the official ceremonies opening the
new AFL-CIO building-dedicated
to unity of both forces. He Kot a
chance to visit with neighbors and
chat privately for a while with
George Meany and Walter Reuth
er the day before the AFL-CIO
executive council opened its week week-long
long week-long meeting. But he never did get
to know anything about the dif difference
ference difference mentioned by Maurice
The word "difference" is an
understatement, fit in this case
only for the diplomatic language
one uses with the President of the
United States. .
There is a feud between- two
forces inside labor which makes
the Hatficld-McCoy thing look like
a completely rehearsed and fixed
wrestling match between two
The feud between the men be
hind George Meany and those be
hind Dave Beck and the Teams
ters has completely stalled the
actual merger of the AFL and CIO.
The technicalities are not im
portant here. ; But it is fact
that the world renowned merger
has broken down almost every everywhere
where everywhere outside of Washington.
There are those on the Teamster
Carpenters Construction Trades
bloc who predict that the AFL-
CIO will split wide open when
some unions take a walk. This is
no prediction on my part. I'm Just
reporting what many are saying
This bloc just doesn't want to
take orders from or be disciplined
by the new AFL-CIO national head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. It never took such orders
"in the old days." It wants George
Meany merely as the president
of the organization with no central
This group hasn't pulled Its
punches. Right across the country
in the past six weeks, Hutcheson
has taken out after Meany. In San
Francisco recently the Carpenters
"Meany was premature and Dl
considered talking about expulsion
(of the Teamsters) before tne tacts
were presented. Dangling suspen
sion and expulsion treats may
make hot headlines, but that's not
how we are going to organize the
unorganized . we won i give
up, our pact with the Teamsters
in 'or out of the AFL-CIO."
That's tough talk. But George
Meany has never shied from a
head on fight. He has made it
clear that he won't be a figure figurehead.
head. figurehead. I
This feud has a fuse and It
was lit this week by the Meany
and anti-Meany partisans in the
closed-door sessions of labor's high
command in Washington,
" LUCKY DAY
irrmisvTU.E. Kv. (UP) A
two-year-old boy was carried 25
feet when he was struck by a car
hor and escaDed with only minoi
injuries. Charles J. Brewer, 57,
thought his car had hit a box and
stopped' to investigate. He touna
Wilbur Lee Underwood Jr. hang hanging
ing hanging by his coat from the bumper
v;:r "'Hey, Pop. ." y'
By BOB RUARK
My most loathed enemy never
couia accuse me of being a man
of lofty moral principles, since I
believe that boys will be boys and
girls will help them in their car careers.
eers. careers. -
But I swear I am beginning to
become slightly nauseated at the
press coverage gives to the Aly
Khan and Porfirio Rubirosa Types,
and the accumulation of females
with whom they conduct brief
I don t know Aly Kahn. but I
do know and like Rubi. To like is
not necessarily to admire. What
I do get weary and sick of is the
enormous publicity given -to the
reading world concerning their in intimate,
timate, intimate, habits, and the latest doll
who has succumbed at too speed
to their reputation a j lady-kill
ers.' ; '. ; wv'r
They speak of Aly Khan and his
latest lady as if it were a com
bination of Pygmalion and Galatea.
or Cupid and Psyche, when all the
. r. . i .
urne h is jusi soma oroaa- ne mei
in a oar at Cannes, or nappened
to fetch along from Paris.
They call it romance, and sud
denly i get aoucted witn a pain
in the side from laughter.
Rubirosa, the good Lord knows,
has worked his way through a bat battalion
talion battalion of dames, and what he has
proved nobody knows, except the
axiom that Hammerstein once
stated In "South Pacific," which
is that broads are broad where
broads should be broad.-
But the gossip press treats the
cavorting of the lover lads as a
sort of World Series, and the name
of each fresh "model" or "movie
star" is given the dignity of an
engagement a "new romance,"
I believe it is often called by the
free-loading -gossipists wh hang
around the warm-Marnnt and tired
.canape sectors of ; New York,
Florida, California and Southern
Franc.r J V- '!"' l'?'.
The newest model occupies
about the same importance as the
cricket scores in London or the
World Series report in America.
What amuses me about this day
and age is that an activity which
used to shove you In the stocks
or if you are a doll, cause your
head to be shaved is now ap applauded
plauded applauded at top decibel by the in international
ternational international press. ; 1
I read a lot of gunk as part of
my Dusiness. Most of it seems to
deal with what new guy or gal
somebody in the glamor set is
' It has not been so long since
Rita Hayworth got roundly trounc
ed by the press for running around
the world with Aly Khan while
being in a state of what we call
temporary unmarriage, and also
while being accompanied by
s m a U childv of, a, previous mar marriage..."
riage..." marriage..." '...i'.'i V. '"
It was during this episodeV-pre-1
Aly.' pre Hay mes that I came
to tne defense of this lovely girl.
I wrote a column to the general
effect that you can't knock this
kid, for lo, she has succeeded
where uuumbus faued. She hat
found a new trade route to the
According. to the press of today,
sne am i lonesome, v
Walter Winchell In NewYoru
I DEMAND A RETRACTION" .occasionally replaces man-bites-
dog. .A rival editor once denied
"A vacuum cleaner demonstration? Yet Indeed, my
, fi.M mM, jjooa man; yonw ngu in.
J M 9.i?
Covering the human adventure
has its pitfalls for newspapermen.
The satisfaction of having a story
confirmed is exceeded only by the
frustration of having it denied
Frequently, the denials have a
tinge of suspicion. Harry Truman's
squirrel-head denial, for instance,
or Marilyn Monroe's original wmte
lies about her romance with Ar.
thur Miller. "Why, he's a married
man." she baby-stared. .The ul
timate in the daffy denial cate
gory happened some years ago: a
Presidential press secretary re
quested reporters to deny a report
that the Chief Executive was try
ing to censor reporters. Following
publication of the denials, the press
secretary once again cauea tn cor cor-resnandenU
resnandenU cor-resnandenU and repeated his den
ial of the censorship and then
asked that they refrain from eitner
publishing his original request or
Thl reporter has had the frus
trating experience of waiting, wait waiting
ing waiting and waiting to have his news
confirmed, despite denials and de
nials. The link between Hamilton
Fish isolationists and Nazi propa
gandists took a mere 15 years to
confirm. And it required one very
long year to confirm our polio
vaccine beat That not all of it
was safe. The controversy that fol
lowed was rough. But tney maae
Tir Cook-once returned from the
icy wastes to announce he had
discovered the North Pole. Dailies
around the globe hailed mm as a
hero. One British newspaper, How
ever, was skeptical about his story
nt nnhlished a denial. The paper
assigned repdrter Philip Gibbs to
interview Cook. .By a series of
wilv Questions. Gibbs debunked
Cook's claim and exposed him.
A thousand years ago (before
newspapers became dull gentle,
men) The Sun vigorously denied
a story in the N. Y. Times. Where
upon the Times thundered: "Will
the editor ot The sun .retract nis
misstatements and aplogize to
The Times, or does he prefer, by
refusing to take this honorable
course, to have these lies crammed
down his throat by The Times?"
In the competitive ferocity of
news-hunting, the opposition may
strive to force denials. Washing
ton correspondents (who
are scooped) have been known to
call the source of the news and
pressure him into denying the
an exclusive story in Joseph Pul
itzer's paper and coupled his denial
with an abusive attack against
the publisher, instructing bis edi editor
tor editor (on how to answer the attack)
Pulitzer shrewdly counseled:
"Treat the attacker with exquisite
politeness, assuming that he did
not Intentionally mislead his read
ers but 'was probably muled him himself."
self." himself." Which recalls our favorite warn warning:
ing: warning: Never deny the other fellow's
story. It might be truel .
The Hearst papers reported the
sinking of the British battleship
"Audacious" during World War L
The, story included a photo of the
sinking ship plus several eye-wit.
ness reports. The British Admiral
ty promptly denied it. lncreaioiy.
the Admiralty refused to deny its
denial until 4 years later when
it was confirmed. .censors, a
course, have made generous coif
tributions to such ludicrous incl
dents. They inspired the World
Vr II quip about the Ministry of
Information carrier-pigeon that was
leisurely flying to its destination
when it was jostled by a second
pigeon which shouted: "Get ( a
move on. ve got we oemau :
An amazing scoop confirmation
drama stars reporter Will Irwin
: .He waa among San Francisco's
top newsmen before migrating to
New York. When the quake stag staggered
gered staggered San Francisco Irwin was a
Big I4ly reporter, news irout u
scene oi tne aisasier wis ng-
ty DfiaW PtXAZtSON
WASHINGTON lyinff-distjiweiinskt. that th fcmrlc ft innrA.
telephone lines have bicn buniing priated before he would approve
lowed Reed's script .The scoop
This is the story of an editor
who captured a killer by wire I
ana confirmed a scoop. .The
Chicago American's pioneer edi
tor, M, Koenigsberg, learned that
a man fitting the description of a
tiguuve Killer had purchased a
railroad ticket from Boston to Los
Angeles. .The ed obtained the
names of all conductors scheduled
for the westbound trip that week
and sent them identical wires: A
description of the killer plus the
promuB u a lavisn reward.
The following day Koenigsberg
was rewarded with a wire from a
conductor who believed the had
spotted the murderer. He then
checked time-tables and learned
the train's next stop would be La
Junta, Colorado. Koenigsberg wired
his information to La Junta police
. . The editor then accented a
mighty risk. Before the train
reached La Junta he: went to
press wita Deadlines that the kill killer
er killer had been nabbed. Happily, his
ucuucuws were correct.
- Journalism's most famous eon.
onnauon was the consequence
of a 7-word assignment: "Take
wnat you want,; but dmd Livings.
tone." Thus began Henry M.
Stanley's epic adventure which
led to Dr. Livingstone. X-.Tbe
loiiowing is the final paragraph
of Stanley's great scoop: "What
ever the Doctor informed me, and
mat which l communicated to
him, I cannot correctly report,
for I found myself vazintf at him
mnntai-V. E B U i D D e d With these.aeeinf the wonderful fisnrs anH
sketchy reports, ne prooucea uce oi tne man at whose side
tailed stories of the quake Dasea now set in Central Africa. Every
on his own great knowledge of hair ot his head and beard, every
the city; The result was days wrinkle of his face, the wanness
of front-page sensations. His stor-0f ms features, and the slightly
les were lengmy sua ""iweanea iook ne wore, were all
and Washington over the question
oi AQiai Mevenson s record on old-
age pensions when be was a gov governor
ernor governor of Illinois.
f irst to pick up the telephone
were harassed Pat Brown, attor attorney
ney attorney general of California, and
worried Paul Ziffren of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, both top strategists of Ad-
lal's Clifornia camnaien. Thev
cauea iiicx rmnegan, Adlai s
campaign manager in Chicago, to
say that George McLain, powerful
leader of the old-age-pension
movement in Southern California,
nad published in his "National
Welfare Advocate" a scathing re
view w uovernor Stevenson's
pension record, showing that he
had vetoed a bill, for a 10 per
cent raise in Illinois, aid to the
Brown and Ziffren were wnrrlei
sick over what this would do to
the vote for Stevenson in Southern
Dick Finnegan promotlv did
some teleohonina of his own. He
called Congressmen Jimmy Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and Cecil King, both from
Southern California, both Steven
son delegates, and both friendsof
oiasier-cnampion George McLain.
Roosevelt and King promptly
buttonholed McLain in Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. They were in a good posi position
tion position to do this because both nave
introduced his bill to overhaul the
entire public assistance section of
the Social Security Act, This per pertains
tains pertains to aid for the aged, the
needy, the blind, the physically
handicapped, and dependent chil children.
dren. children. i
THI. "SHAME LIST"
What puts Stevenson somewhat
on the spot is that Senator Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver is the sponsor of this same
bill in the Senate.
Quite a hassle followed between
McLain, King and Roosevelt, de
spite the fact that McLain has
oeen a stanch backer of both
congressmen, and went down the
line tor Jimmy Roosevelt for gov
ernor in 1950.
Finally McLain compromised bv
publishing a 'statement' bv Con
gressman King praising Steven
son s recora lor old-age pensions.
McLain also omitted a previous
ly planned account of Stevenson's
record in okaying the "shame
U8t." '-i :...
However. McLain alun ran a
full-page photo of Kefauver on
Page 1 of his paper over the tac
tion "Kefauver Friend Of The
Needy," while' on the editorial
page he ran a letter from .War .Warren
ren .Warren Lamson. president of the Jl.
linois Pension Union Mving Ste.
venson's -record en pensions and
on the shame list The latter is
the list of-oldsters reeeivine rov
ernment aid,, which is made pub
lic in- Illinois, and which oldsters
bitterly resent. i
When McLain was asked bv this
writer why this information had
not ; come out reeardine Steven.
son in the 1952 campaign, he re replied:
I did not know about it until
I spoke in Chicago this spring and
was shown pictures of members
of the Illinois pension union nick
eting the executive mansion when
Stevenson was governor. I then
investigated the record in Spring-
tieia ana published it as soon
thereafter as I could.
My organization has 23 radio
stations in California which are
broadcasting the Stevenson rec
ord almost every day."
DIFINSI OF STEVENSON
Congressmen 7 Roosevelt and
King, defending Governor Steven
son, said: Un 134 occasions in
four, years the Republican letisla
ture of Illinois tried to pass bills
for roads, bridges, pensions with'
nut annrnnriatintf ma nt t fl.
--i---r a I M-JI-1
nance them. Governor Stevenson ,atluuae
credibly, they were also accurate
every detail was later con
.. F.nuallr fantastic is the following
classic: When correspondent John
PwH mvered the Mexican War he
mm nosed a yarn about a major
F . r'll At I
battle in wmcn rancno vuia, we
rebel leader, emerged victorious.
Heed narented the story while un
der the influence of harsh bev
erages. .competitors aemea mat
the battle naa usen piace. neea
explained his predicament to Vil Villa.
la. Villa. The rebel chief was intrigued
by the description of the battle,
since the tactics were sound. He
then proceeded to rescue Reed's
career. Villa gathered bis army
story, r In journalismt jdof -eat-dogand launched a battle which fol-
imparting intelligence to me
tne Knowledge I craved for so
much ever since I heard the words,
'Take what you want but find
As W. R. Hearst eace observed:
"Truth is not only stranger than
fiction, it is much more interest
DES MOINES (UP) Picnic
tip: If you plan to roast weiners
over an open fire, cover paper
plates with aluminum foil and
stick the long-banlded fork
through them. This gives an effec
tive nana smeia.
The facts; as tabulated bv the
California Institute of Social Wei- -fare,
.are that on Aug. S, 1951,
Stevenson vetoed House Bill No.
85 providing for a 10 per cent
increase for "food, clothing, and
personal incidentals" for the aged
and the needy.
But one month earlier, June 30,
1951, he vetoed amendment 2 of
Senate Bill 556 carrying a $14, $14,-300,000
300,000 $14,-300,000 appropriation to pay for
this 10 per cent increase.. Thus
he vetoed both the appropriation
and the authorization.
On July 28. 1951 Stevenson
required each County :. Depart Department
ment Department of Welfare to publish month monthly
ly monthly reports of those receiving pen pensions,
sions, pensions, disability assistance, blind
assistance; and aid to dependent
children. This is called th.
"shame list" and was passed con contingent
tingent contingent upon passage of a similar
iaw oy tne umgress in washing washing-ton.
ton. washing-ton. - -. ;
On Oct. 1. 1951. Con cress nassed
the Jenner Amendment which ac activated
tivated activated the "shame list", in Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. -
ILLINOIS VS 'CALIfORNIA'
The California Institute" nf Sn.
cial Welfare also compiled figures
showing that pensioners in Illinois
received an avers vn nf tfin un
o ww.ww w
erage of $70.11: that niinois re-
quires a lien on the oldster's home
while California doesn't that Il Illinois
linois Illinois allows a 0 sinele person to
have only $400 in personal prop property
erty property and $600 for married couples,
wniie laiuornia permits si.zuo lor
a single person and $2,000 for
married couples. -Stevenson
save as one reason'
for vetoing the increased assist assistance
ance assistance bill in 1951 the fact that
umaicis uu uunu people .naa av
enecuve lobby while the children'
did not -Children were omitted
from the bill ..
He has also said: "We oueht
to work out a system that en encourages
courages encourages an older person to work
if he wants to instead of discour discouraging
aging discouraging him. We ought to have a
program for training people who
have finished their regular work
to do things they want to thlniis
for which their age will be an
advantage instead of a handicap.
"It is high time we started re
building this whole program
around the central idea that we
VDtir ta marA IiFa maamnerfitl nrl
worth while, all the way through.,"
WINS REPORTING AWARD
Selig Greenberg, above, sUff
writer for the Providence, R. I,
Journal Bulletin, is one of fo-r
persons to win- the an t
Award for 1855; Greenberg won I
his award for articles on ,"Hor 1
mones" and Revolutinn m
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i Primary and Junior Dcota.
. j Church-time N unary for chSdrac
IM Junior-Hit Fetlowshln,
:M Post-High Fellowship.
1M Senior-Ufb FeUosrahln. f
Or.' Wallter M. Alderton. Minister.
Office Phone a-470Haoi dance Pbom
'. -I3. :
1:30 ia Church School.
10:40 am Moraine Worship Sarvtot.
ffBk MKTHUUtal CSUKCB
. lev. William H Armstraae
Mth SU Panasna Cttv
', IM ia Mirnlnr fravei and
IS.-00 p.ax Sunday Seboal
f :1S O-m Bvcnine Pravct ana Semai'
FMNin SU.THODIOT CHUBCM
Itb Street and Malrndaa Avanae. i
e. Samuel Waldca, Minister
Bds) ajn.-Morntnt Service and Botj
S p.aa Sunday Sebeot
I J pjn. -.Bvenuif Servtea.'
(Holy Communion lit Sundays!
Monday 1M am Praver Mesttna
KBr.NsXf M MrTUiHIWI cMUBUt
; f, atuunt
' M 2a aj. .-
I I'j Bldg. 9U
. I 1 Ancon Bred.
I 1 uajnav Place
. Ancoa :
- (out invikattoB
: :- liberal
V. -! MUHoa
. v. l :
Ratnbow ctty vz. .-,
, :. Bee Samuel falden. MttuMei
Suiiw nervlces a a nu .a pja
t School ft all aae. at t blsb
Taar tovnaaea T wsnwi wsnwi-Tuesaay
Tuesaay wsnwi-Tuesaay pa. Prajret Meeting,
' OardM al tfca asm fa irks as
v tM t Paaaasa eee Ceiea, RapveKc l Ptaaaja. aitassi aelcama
at eB twaea to saea ead araawa at tae erased strrlrn and to ehriltea :
A peklsr ternce. rhe rtas Paaesae Aianiaa tars a aire, fey
aaaaaaiaaliiaa. aaricea af heart at atottasa ead arkar refutoi aatrrihaa.
' tAtiapi are rerered frees Nat to Mae. Osaiasiasriiaa aevissj
aaty aae a Iwa narisliii an liatoa aaaat "Cefce. Charchea Aad
' Servtcaa.'" A epeciel irie tae laded tat aervsaea a Arsn peers.
An rNf baaw aad Ntrnl ataHaaa,
Mi'siefera. ckarct) aaoetarlea aad chaptona an eakad to tofena
' the eews desk ia wririae by Wea'aeadey aaaa at the latest M a ay
ckaaaat tat tae ceamt ataraay'l caarcb peae.
flr Csurcb at Christ. Sdanust Aneaf
tw Ancon aouievars.
aunday USO, aedmadav lis am;
iuuia Scktttf tda auaa
first cburce at Chrm, aciaatm, Crkrtaaa
IStn btreei m ooiivai niiu'w..
Sunday 11 M ajn. Wedoeaday iM pja
ST MABrS CHUBCB-Balbaa
Surv Masses: 114 10M and
"hTi. Masai: IA IM UJi ajn
ana : pjn.
j ftA nm Thuradaa, anon
First Fridw: M 1 to K)0j p
"rlhS' dav aft the I.-0. ataas
Eligb bcnOM auiuj w r
SACBEO HEABT Aaeea
Sunday Ma-ea: VSl
HolyDay maaaas: tM a.on. anJ l
P?- ... o .m u ko and
conieasiowi - .
7:15 to B OO pa. Thursday before First
Sacrea. oesn umrmm
oSSiIsm CUaii lill 'ta 441 pm on
OUst LADY OP FATIMA Cnraad
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m. v -HolyDay
Mass at 10 pjn.
rnnfagdana: a KM to I:4S DA OB Sat
Catechism ciasai eauaroaj
as. 1' ;: ;'
: ST. JOSEPH-Panlsa
Sunday Masses at 1:00 and 1:11 A
Holy Day Mass at KM p.a f
Weekday Masses: ... ''
Cnnfaasiona: Saturday I JO to 440 and
30 to.TJa J: mM to
Catechism watai aunaaj m"
Mlraculaut Medal' Novanai IM pjb.
Convert .uuBimwm imwr -
ST. TINCENTS Panassa City
.Sunday Masses: 4:00 and :I0 ajn.
HolyDay Mama: 8:30 and 4:00 pm
nt U r.if m Saturday the Masses arc
4:00 and iao a m i .
. ctiir.v i4A to 140 and
1 7 KM to 4:00 pm. Thursdays before first
uiou.'Me.Ul Honn. and Sto-
Hon of the cross: maay i.
Catechism Class: After 4 JO mas
rnnvart Oaati 4 J4 am Tuesday and
ST. THERMA'S CeeaB
u.i. fi.. Mam a:no am (It It falU
Monday. N ,..
Contesnoni ini w .v sua,
ST. JOSt PAFTifcf rtA SALLB
Parque Lefevn i
Sunday Masses: 4:30 and I AO rm,
Sr::tr'n. a-u Wan- Thura.
rri. ano oai. u : 5,
Holy nay aaaasa
. w a.n anA 1st to
CUIUesuuna: a.w 7 ..
Miraculous ancoai hbt
. . Kimda.
Cateenisra viass; m.ov r "-
Convert Cuuei: Monday 10 am
f ST.' THIBESK'S La Ben IX' -Sunday
Mass: 7 KX im
Hoi? Dy MM: 530 P.nv-
cateennm -" ..
Sacred Heart NovanaJ 10 m or
Convert ciaati i pj-,
Sunday Masses: 4:4. IM and Ml w
Hw bav Masses: 1:41 and 1:00 ajn
Confessions: Saturday 4M to IM and
TM to im pm ; .,
Miraculous ateoai novum new,
:1S and 7:00 pin.
Sacred Heart Novena: Prlday 7:11 PJ
c 1. ss.nlM fii wli'aa 7 -OA Djn.
ronvart Clam: 7:15 am on Mondays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:11 am to
11:45 a.m. s:uu pjn. w .w k
v. vmMiHMi Af Moat Bleat
ed Sacrament all day: Reposition at 130
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday uevouone w sue ur
Fatlma The Hoto Rosary IM a.m.
!. fnmniinlMI flMtnutlnm foT Chil-
Ar Unfuiava and Thuradan IM to
M pm .. ,: ;
anatamvAtm innll rvUfAnat
Sunday Masses: 7:00, IM and 1030 am
HolyDay Masses: (Ml IM am and
- bhniM aA ftfh'lM and
I7M to I KM pm. Alter nosary eacu
Ulaailaa Uarfal Rimml 1:11 and
7M pm. en Monday.
Catechism Oass: After IM Maa an
I vrwi aviiia Cmaitlsn an Aav durtni
the School Year.
Flral Saturday: nam at ao era.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH Matfarlta
Sundav Massca: 7M and 130 am
Holy Day Masma: IM am and 1:15
pm i .. -
Confession: 4M to IM and 7M to
IM pm Saturday.
Miraculous Meoai novena: im am.
an Monday. .-.,-...-
cnurcn History uraup every Tueaoay
at 73 pm
Teen-Aan Club: 730 D m an waanaa.
Catechism Clam: 4M pm Thursday.
First Friday Devotions: 7M pm..
Inauh-y-DiacuaaioD Group avary Fri
day 7 JO pm 1
ST. vTNCFJTTS-RahiBew CM
Sunday Maaaeas: 30 'a.m. and. IM
Holy Day Mason; IM am and IM
conieanont: in ta aM ana in to
IM p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Clam: 10:41 a m. on Sunday
Convert Claw every Monday at 7M
Miraculous Medal novena t ia am
Sacred Heart Rovana: in am an
t Sunday Mass: 1:15 am
Holy Day Mam: 5M pm
Confessions: I J to TM am an
CalacBiam Clam: 4M a-aa on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Manes: 7M and 130 -a.m.'
Holy Day Masses; IM am and IM
Conitasloni Saturday at 7M pm and
aner au evening oevouona.
Baptisms by appointment. ..
Miraculous Medal Novena: TM aja
on Tuesday. -.
Sacred Heart Novena f IM am en
sunaay senooi: 1:30 pm an Sunday
Rdirlous Instruction Class far Chil
dren: 4:00 pm on Thursday
fielisioun Instruction for adults (Con
ducted ia Spanish 1 1 IM p-m en Mor
convert uutrucuons py appointment.
the Caaai. Zaaev aad
The EL lev. B. Heker Geeeea, B.T
The Very Err. m. Bichard MaeDaaald
, ANCOI. CA.
THa CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
7:30 ajn holy Communion.
30 am Santa Communion Uth Sua
day;. '. ; ..
1:11 vn. Church SchooL :
1:45 a m. Escuela Dominical.
UM in. atornini Prayer and Sermon.
. ry iounuiuoa tiirstbun-
. day.).- ...
7M pm Evening Prayer and Sermon
IM am. Holy Communion. i
7M pre Evening Prayer.
, HOLY DAYS
IM aJb Holy Communion. vi
4'30 am Holy Communion.
i 1AILY -1:15
am Momina Praw .
UM Mi -da) Missionary Prayera
. voiavn vw UUH BAV1UUM
Third Street, New Cristobal
Tna BCV. Milton A. Conkann. l-
Holy Communion ....... TM am
Church School I JO am
Monti, t Prayer ,. ...
and, Sermon 11 KM SJa
(First Sunday. Holy Communion I
V caper Service and i
Youth Fellowahin Ika
Holy Communion ......... 1:30 am
Choir Rehearsal 1 30 pm
A House of Prayer for aJQ oeopie.
The lav. William W. BaMwia. Pried
SUNDAYS -1 -
Holy CommiMMoa '- i
Family Prayer and Church School.
1:30 am .,
Morning Prayer and Sarmoa U am.
IH C urst Sunday In Month 1.
Evening Prayer 130 pm
Weekday Praver 1.00 am
r Ckaael at the Gesd Shepherd
' Tk- Rev. Clarence W. Hayes
M am Every Friday; Moraine Pray
(fLC 1st Friday i
' Bt. Shawn's Chatla
The Rev. John Spear, Priest ia Charge
Momipf Prayer. 1st and ird.
Sunday 10 M aja
mon. gnd and 4th Sun days ,. tOM am
aunoay senooi :ue pm
Youth Fellowship 1:00 pm
avenma rravar ............ i :uu D.m.
Girls' Friendly Society ... I .DO am
Evening Prayer and Sarawa IM am
XHUMbUAXa j ,
Holy LonununloB IM tJD
Woman'a Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays IM pm
, LA BOCA
-. BL Peter'a Chanh
The Rev. John Spear, Priaat ta Charge,
Choral Eucharist and lemon 7M am
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:00 am. '
Children' Eucharist, Ird Sunday 10
-Holr'BaBflstJt IM jWWz
Evensong and Sermon 740 a.ia.
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS .'
Holy Communtoa 7KW a.m.
Evening Prayer 7M nm
except Saturday. Compline 7M pm
1st TUESDAYS 4k 3rd MONDAYS
Woman Auxiliary 730 pm
" Chorcb af St Margaret
Comet ot E.tpev4 Ave. Braaas Stvd.
The Bc. MUtaa A. Csekwa. Psates
130 anv Church School
1:30 a m Morning Prayer and demon
(1st Sw-davs, Holy Communion )
430 p.m. Confirmation Instruction.
riiAi aeAt ... r(
Chapel of The Holy Comforter
Ten. L, B. Shirley, Priest fat Charge
Every ruesaay 8:30 a.m. uoiy com.
' St Allan's Charch
Th. Rev. David 'A Oshene,
Priest In Charaa
4M am. Choral Eucharist a Sermon
MM naoit Infant Baptism
IM im. Church School
(held to Building 131)
SKtO pm Youth Fellowship
7 M m. Evansnng and Address.
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
730 pm. Woman Auxiliary and Al
tar Guild Meeting.
' PANAMA CITT
' St Paul' Charch
The Pen. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rectal
The Re. Fits R. AtwalL Daareai
SUNDAVL, . ,
IM am Holy Communion
0M am. Suna Eucharist at Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
SCDOOt.. .. ,.
12M noc Holy Bapttwn
7M n.m Solemn Veapan
4:30 a.m Holy. Coram union 1
M ik Holy CommunloB
' 7M pm Evening Praver
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 f m. Holy Communion
IM am Holy Communion.
. CHRIST CtTimCR BT-THE-IEA
, 'Colon, tar
' (Oppostt Hotel Waahmftonl
The Vim. Ms Inert J. Petersen, Rectet
The Rev Henry A. Blake
Associate Rector ' -SUNDAYS
M am Holy Communloa. 1
M am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
11:30 am Clnircb School B sari on.
7M pm Solemn Evanaon and Ser-
M am Holy Communion.
7:30 D.m Evening Prayer and
30 D.m Adult Conflrmattoa Clam
THuuauaia . .
IM pm Praver Guild.
SM am Children' EuemsM. .
10 M am Junior Confirmation Class.
TM' Dm. Omplm and Meditation.
IM am Holy Communion.
, RAINBOW CITt
ChnaJi el SL Mary, the vTrsta
1 The Rev. Jeha A. Spalding, i
Priest la Charge
Sung Eucharist ........... 7M am
Chur School 0:41am
Evens'eir and Sermon .... IM am
Holy communion. ........ im sm
; St Geai e Chard)
Tk Rev. Jha A. Spaldlag.
mem ra l unt
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy Ccmmunien .. 130 am
2nd ANP 4th SUNDAYS -.
Mornirg Prayer :
. and Sermon IM am
Church School, each Sua. 1430 am
it Chi ales si's Charch
10 Parana Lefevvt
.: TV- Rev Clarence W Rays. '
Priest to Charge
fVxv 'Onmmunlnr .. .. IMem
Sunday School ............ 1034 am
turn Wednaaaan em
Sao4lan I to aja "tnd A Ifh Sua
rvenms rYeyer HUM Stow I Om
- and 3rd Sunday
Woman'. Aiiviharv tno A 4b ejueMlav.
' am :
Evetnon and Sarmoa ..... IM pm
CHURCH OP THE RAZARENR
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Bee. Eraser O. Neb
Boa Arjcoo, C2. Balboa abOS
Sunday School 1:43 am
Mornui. Worship ......... 1030 ajn
Yodth ServM g:5 am
Evening Service .......... .. 7:30 pjn.
sjju service .......... inn pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 730 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
, Panama R P I3rd Street East
Rev. L BL ton, MlaMer
Divine Worship ........... IM am
Sunday School IM pm
Sunday Hi was .....7. 7:4i U:45
aut, MUajt svr. Suaoat scimms
Meetlnm Thursdavs at 730 pm and
sunaays at :uu pm. win memorial.
mm aiaibva Boaa. Balboa,
cmiRca or jrsus ctwis
OP LATTER-DAI SAINTS Msrmea
Sunda meetinaa to the JWB-USO. La
Boca Boao, aaiDoa. rrunary ana rriaav rriaav-bend
bend rriaav-bend 130 a.m. Meeting: Sunday School.
131 Ubj Sacrament Meeting, 1030 am
- AtlanOe Branch v-;":
Building 200. Schoolhoun Road.
Telephone. Gatiia 364 or CHatdbal KFI
Sundav School 10 M am Sunday Sac
rament Meeting 130 pm Prieshood
w a.M k WT.iIiimiI.. Jrinar.
430 pm Wednesday Relief society meet
ing aa aiumuicvu.
. MiMMWti ravraaaauia
.. CHURCH ;
- Roe. Paul Holloway, Pastor
Offlesk Curunda 5105
Home, Cunindu 7111 v'
Morning Worship .11 am
Youth Meeting 4 pm
Evening Worship I P-m
OLD CATHOLIC CBURCI 1
St, Baahael The Archangel
13th St West Na I
Holy Eucharist: Sunday al l am
Tuesday, WadMsday and tbursdav
430 am j-
Sacrament or Unction itinimt
vice) First Sunday of each month r
7M om .: i n
Hat! bet. Christum
Panaml b .f
R In I. JSna. U O BanOP ;
alarnui devotlo a ........ am
FeUowabip Worahn at UKW am
sunday scaooi at i" w
JivltM Service al ........... IM pm
BAIUl CENTER -J-J
IU Wirmt Slitttt
Urbanlzadon D Carmen, Panaml City
Iniormal TalaJ ana utseussian
Thursday. ..IM m
Ceiea, Mb A Fraat Street
(apsuir American Besaar)
Study Cla......Tburadays. 13 pm
' BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba SU Paralso, CX
Rev Waldaaa K Stewart, Pastar
Sunday: 11 M am Worship Service.
1:00 pm Sunday SchooL -7:11
pm Gospel Servica,
Monday: 730 Young Poople-t Society
Werineadav: 7M Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 1:00 cnoir nenearsai.
VriH.v: TM Woman'a Missionary So-
THE CHURCH OP GOB
734 Eighth Street Celoa
1 n tar Matf
Sunday Schol ,!w......... 4
Morning worship ...r.. ...... tu:ov
Night Service .l t;J0 P
, VTfnWT CHURCH OP tJOD 'v
Cat. Jamaica and Trinidad gta,
'' Rev. G. W. Graadlaaa. Paate
mal- ar 1.1. 1 eal am
muaiiuia nw.uf ...... a....,
Sunday School .........! MM am
nigni aervica ............... pan.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
- New Providence
Mr. Maad Warn Pastor
timit.v Sehool ........ 10M m
Moming worarup ............ i" ajn.
Night Service 730 pm
. TBI CHURCH OP GOD
Cot. "N" and Mariano Areseatena Its.
Rev. Wm t. Jehaaatv Paster
Sunday School IM am
Moming Worship ........... 10:30 am
Night Service 7M pm
THE CHURCH OP GOO M Ahsja
Monte Oecure Rd-llth SL
; a, a PattaT'' ''
Sunday Seheo JM
Night Servica 7M pm
, COMMUNTTT CHURCH
: Diablo Height, C.Z.
,' (Full Gospel)
Special Inglneer Bldg., Wabto Hdghte
sunoay ocnooi ...........
Worship Service 10JS a.m.
Youth Service "f"'
Evangelistic Service J.M pm.
Wed. Bible Study Prayer 7M p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD (PentoceaUD
Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer
Phone 4-423, box m ""
Church- lar.i.0, CZ. (Rev. and
MnT Hermn tt Whyte). Co.f-f-(Rev.
Fernando Lorence), Rio Aha);
!5 Z-a Ur. Charles Hamas), and
.-J Ur. Clirfard Grttral.
SSSfSi VdJ eervk- oB
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDB i
mornui VV"i ia40
rt.,,n.h.Ttmt Nurssrv School.... lw
FORT CLAJ run ,..
toe and Bible Claa .......... IM
FORTTCOBBE .I": i.
BUIHUII sBAAwran ... -
-11k ............. ....... 1T1W
r V.H 1 1 1 1 a wv uin"f r w w w -
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK ....
Advdt Bible Clasa"(NC6 Club).. 030
Morning wortnip ....... a j iv.j
w i WMhl. '1JQ
tin kiivlr. GTATinM. Rndman
Sunday bcnooi ................ -;
Momine Worshto UM
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
. i ,.
,r.v. am uvinarlRTiM rRAtfi.
MOly vommuTuon lmtNacvfauf ... tr
Mornmt Worship IM
Holy Communion Tint Sunday
of Month) ,; -j
Dally Msss 130
Sunday Masses 1:30 A 1:00
Confession. Saturday ...1:30 A 7:30
Sunday w.130 A IM
FORT CLAYTON i
lmjut aaaa ..........:.. :.
Sunday Masses ..........75 A OM
Confessions. Saturday. ...730 A IM
Bunoay aiaa .................. wv
FORT ROBBR v V;il!X;!.,VS'
Saturday Mam ................ IM
Sunday Masses ......... 7M A IM
Dally Mam 03T
No, 711) t A I3P
Confessions, Saturday (Building
COL. JOHN J. DAVIS, left, transferred the USARCARIB School
"Command Baton" to Col. Oinei Perez during change of com command
mand command ceremonies at Fort Qulick this week. Davis is departing
for the Armed Forces Staff college June 12. Perez became Latin
American School commandant and Army Atlantic commander.
:----.,. (U.S. Army Photo)
Hopes For Early Settlement Dimmer
As Steel Wage Talks End Third Day
NEW YORK: June 8 (UP) The
Bi Threa steel wane talks wound
up the third day of negotiations
in Mow vnrk vesterdiv amid dim
med hopei of an eiriy le.ne-
John A. Steoheng. vice presi
dent of U.S. Steel Corp. ind chief
n.antiainr laid management
hopei to have iti counter-proposals
to the union's demand! ready not
lator than. Wednesday of next
"We ire trying to get positions
so we cin 'deal inteUigenUy with
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
.7:45 A 11:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Maa ...
ALBROOK ATA FORCE BASE
ftxatlirflaaV -J-. wk n a.at.ttIMill
VSO-JWB (Balboa) ,.,
. i ATLANTIC SIDS
rtT TtAVTS 1
Moming Worship 11:00
Mldwaek FeUowahln, Thursday.. 7M
Sunday School ...........
Vouth Fellowship. Sunday
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola
Sunday senooi :
Daily Mam 730
Moming Worship 11M
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
' of Month) ;
'' -k .Catbll
Sunday Mast 1:30
Contentions. Sunday 1:45
Coniaationa, Saturday ...IM 7M
0.9, NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mast 7:00
Sunday Man IM
Weekly Services 'in J1 Chorrhaa as
follOW ..: ,.:v !...
Sabbath School 4:30 am
Divine Service 11 M am
Youths Mntmg 4M pm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7M om-..
Pacific Sid Panaml A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 213 3504
Cab Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Ossa No.
ChorrUlo 73th No. 17
Pueblo Nuevo 1-A SL bttwaea Ird
and 4th St.
Rio Abajo 11th SL No. 37
Balboa Chanel 0344 Gavilan Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday .only). .,
Spanish Churches FtaaaU aad
Pastor Ruben Ruil
Panama. Call Darlen No. 3
CristobaL llth A Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Prljoleai
Dbtrlet Patter A A. Grlnl
TeL No. 4-103
Gamboa Pram Parkway Frljola.
Atbntle Side Celoa and ..
Pastor Neblett-Tel. 34324
Colon 3rd St. Central Ave. Crist.
bal 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Cenb-al of fin: GavUan Road Tel. I-
Jewtm Welfare Board Bid 713-X U
Soca aoaii, Balboa. CX Rrbbl Nathan
Servle Friday, IM pm tUturday
I3C pm j -..v
(Sm M Hsttnts of Jewish nrvtcet
UPKer Oon Bean and Stations I.
Conireaation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave-
nida Cuba and 34th Street Bella Vista
Panama City. Berrien 4M pm
IFRDEMER LUTHERAN tTTURCB
Balboa Rnd al Wight Street
Re. Robert P. Gutslck, Paster
P.O. Box 464, Balboa.
Sunday School, Blbl clam IM a m
Divine Service 16:15 a.m.
"Divine Service at Marnrlla (In SI.
Margaret'! Episcopal Church) Sunday
4M pm" y .
all matters next week,' he told
a news conference.
David J. McDonald, president
of the United Steel Workers of
America, told reoorters both sides
are "trying to arrive at a meet
ing ot the minds." The present
contract involving 650,000 1 1 e e j I
worken ind 172 steel companies
expirei at midnight on June 30.
Industry experts said the cur current
rent current wage demands undoubtedly
will result in a big wage increase
for the steel worken and a maior
sttvl price hike that would affect
everything from 1957 model auto
mobiles to "the kitchen sink."
Veteran observers taid the fart
that the industry has not conclud concluded
ed concluded its counter-proposals puts a
damper on hopes a new contract
can be written in advance of the
June 30 strike deadline.
The union hat presented- a 22-
point package proposal to manage management,
ment, management, which it is estimated would
cost around 60 cents in hour per
man. However,-the experts calcu calculated
lated calculated that a settlement probably
will tall 'fori "package, increase
aj'f i vatiuug ai ccuia au uuur.
Present wages avenge $2.46 an
Thomn Campbell, editor and-
chief of the Iron Age,- a leading
iraae journal,- predicted such a
wage hike would have to be offset
by a $10 to $11 acrosst-he board
price hikeone of the biggest
single increases in nistory.
Statement On TVA
WASHINGTON. June 9 (UP)
The Senate Appropriation! Com Committee
mittee Committee yesterday formally object,
ed to letting the Tennessee Valley
Authority build new generating u
nits without coming to Congress
for permission and money. -The
committee took the stand In
a policy statement included in a
report on a 871 million dollar pub
lic works appropriations bill for
the fiscal year starting July 1.
The bill includes $5,30,000 re
quested by the administration for
The committee called It "un "unwise"
wise" "unwise" for TVA "to continue a poli policy
cy policy whereby units can be added at
existing plants without coming to
Longress tor aumonzauon : ana
funds." ' v
It urged the "appropriate Iegis
lative committee" to act on the
question swiftly to clear up the
situation before the next, appro
priation request. :
so lone as tne prevailing inter
oretation of the law permits TVA
to continue placing new units in
existing plants, it meant that the
plant in this area without losing
au control over its continuing ex
pansion," it said. t
. A STEP ...
in the right direction is through the door of the church!
SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:45 p.m. -s
Youth Challenge 7 p.m.' v
5 7:30 p.m.' 'Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer Services
Located in Special Engineering Division Administration Bldg,
(Temporary location while new church edifice is under construction)
Tib's Moscow Trip
May Cosl Hungary's
Rekosi His Job
VIENNA, June (UP) Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Tito' trip to Moscow may
cost Hungary's Communist party
boss bis job, informed sources
The arrival of a high Russian
diplomat in Budapest Thursday
night stirred up rumors that Tito
may nave demanded dismissal of
Hungary's Maty as Rakosi at part
payment for his reconciliation
with the Kremlin. j
Rakosi is one of the few ."Stalin
men" still in power in satellite
countries. An old-time enemy of
Tito, he. never haa complied with
the new party line welcoming the
Yugoslav leader back into the. So
M. A. Suslov, a member of thel
Presidium of the Soviet Coramu
nist party, arrived in Bucharest
Thursday night. Bucharest radio
said he was "on vacation" but he
called on Rakosi immediately,
probably with a message from the
Third (lass Tourist
Compromise is Seen
CANNES. France, June 9 (TJP)
The International Air Transport
Association conference, deadlock
ed on the issue of lower trans-Atlantic
air fares, may be extended,
a spokesman said yesterda.
. It was Indicated that the sched scheduled
uled scheduled three weeks meeting time
will be insufficient to reach a com compromise
promise compromise agreement on the propoi-
ed fare cut.
Focal point of the discussion! Is
Pan American Airways' proposal
for a "third class tourist service
which would carry more passen passen-sers
sers passen-sers per plane at a 25 per cent re
duction in present charges.
The proposal has the approval
of.the American Civil Aeronautics
Board but it opposed by a group
of European airlines led by Air
Reports from the secret meeting
indicated British Overseas Air Airways
ways Airways Corp., has lined up with Pan
American while a third group in including
cluding including Trans World Airlines, re-
THE ROSE TATTOO i
the boldest story of love you
OPENING JUNE 12
THF PirTIIRF THAT WON 3 OSCARS, r
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savinti Accounts
"',s .-t,r, .. ..
We maki loans with guarantees on first mortagis
or othsr sscurities.
25c. -50c. -$1.00 and $5.00.
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Q. A. De R0UX,
From t:00 ajn. to U:S9 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from l:M ajn. to 12:14 ?Jn.
YOLK ARE INVITED
, ,tO' worship, at the.
Rev. Carl V Thompson Minister
, (Preaching art interdenominational
. full-gospel message)
Leader Is Dead
Death Is In Paris
PARIS, June (UP) Marga.
ret Thompson Biddle, heiress and
a leader of American society ia
Paris, died unexpectedly yester yesterday
day yesterday at her fashionable horn here.'
She wai 60 yean old. Death
was caused by cerebral hernorr,
airs. Biddle was the former wife
of Anthony Drexel Biddle Jr.
wealthy Philadelphian and ambas ambassador,
sador, ambassador, and was the daughter of
CoL William Boyc, Thompson,
who accumulated his money as a
mining magnate and then multi multiplied
plied multiplied it in Wall Street brokerage
houses. -i v-
She wai born neir one of her
father! mining campi at Helena,
Mont, in 1890. -v ?..
She and her first husband, Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Schultx, had two children,
Theodore Jr., now living in Fort-.
tainebleau, France, and Margaret,
the former Countess Alexis Hones'.)
lone, who is the wife of American
singer Morton Downey. -. ...
She later wai married to BidV
dle, U. S. ambassador to Norway,
and Poland before World War II,,
ambassador to France at the tinva
of the Naxi invasion and Ameri-.
can representative to European'
governments-in-exile during t h t
Mn. Biddle returned to Parii
after the liberation, where 4hf
reigned as acknowledged rand
dame of American lociety. Her r
marriage to Biddle wai dissolved,
and Biddle remarried in 1946V v
PETOSKEY, Mich. (UP A
The City Council railed parking;
ticket fines from a dime to 25
cent! after Justice Y. Jesperson
said motorist! who get parking
tickets just laugh when they find
out the fine ii only 10 centi. ...
. nn el
No. 1 Via Espafia
vt over been rrmitted to tail
AT THE CENTRAL
Front St. at corner
of 1th St.
CARLOS M0UYNES V,
Worship Service 10:45 a.m.
Evangelistic 7S30 p.m.
J .n rim.
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House Votes To Cut US Aid
To Tito; Leaves Door Open
WASHINGTON, June (UP)
The House voted yesterday 10 cut
offvall US. aid to Yugoslavia un unless
less unless President Eisenhower decides
Marshal Tito is still "independent"
of Russia and hasn't changed to toward
ward toward this country. ; t J
The overwhelming 183 3 vote
leaves the way open for the Presi President
dent President to continue aid to Communist
Yugoslavia if the administration's
'"re-evaluation" of the program
finds it durable, ? v
The action wa taken'' at the
House continued 'voting on 1 1 a
pared-down $3,800,000,000 aid bill
Jr F.icAnhnwpr suffered a Stun
ning setback '.Thursday when the
Mouse refused to restore a com
promise $600,000,000 Of a $1,100,.
000,000 cut in his $4,900,, pro program.
The House yesterday overrode
thnon mhn mintHl tn half all Bid to
" v v
Tilo unconditioally because of nis
current kiRs-ana-mane-up van w
Moscow. Tito was variously de denounced
nounced denounced as "ruthless dictator"
and a "Russian stooge." t
. But Rep. James P. Richards
(D-S.C), who led the successful
.ki ThuroHM aoainst restoring
the fund slash, yesterday took up
the cudgels against a flat ban on
aid to Tito. ' m
u. !! her WDX "no SUKT
nf drivins Tito back into
Russia'a corner than by "kicking
n..i.nM TSfn fnuln not neces
. JCVI.4 .
arily be blamed for wanting to
be friendly won Kussia, iicumu
u nt tn tut friends with
Russia if we can and lift the
pal lof an atomic waf from the
Rirhard. rhairmm ,' of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
also remarked that Tito was the
only Communist who ."thumbed
his nose at Stalin and lived to teu
it." He doubted such a man would
knuckle under to Russia's new
The voting came on an amend-
m.nl h Ran FHllI F TTdllv Tt.
N.Y.) to forbid all aid to Tito. Rep.
Harrison A. Williams (D-N.Y.)
moved to revise this to give the
president the final say. 6
His amendment carried 123-95.
Th RniicB then went on to ap
prove the modified Kelly amend
ment 183-3,, '
fkf9&ite True Life Adventures
Under the proviso as finally a a-dopted,
dopted, a-dopted, aid to Yugoslavia would
be halted unless the President de decided:
cided: decided: 1 that Yugoslavia's poli policies
cies policies have not been changed by Ti Tito's
to's Tito's visit to Russia; 2 Yugosla Yugoslavia
via Yugoslavia Is still "independent" of Rus
sia; and 3 continued aid to Yu Yu-would
would Yu-would he to the best inter
est of the United SUtes.
' PROVIDENCE. R.I. (UP)
Brown University oaseoau coacn
Wilfred ("Leftv") Lefebre was
one of the few major .. league
rookies to hit a home run on his
;,.et im. at hat H clouted the
round-tripper in his debut in the
Boston Kea sox uneup agHuui
Washington in June, 1938. iur
thermore, Lefevre was a pitcher.
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Saturday, June 1956
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HI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPEXDEXT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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THE FORMER NINA MARIS BROWN and August J. Koslk followinc their wedding ceremony
s,',:5 taJboa Union Church, recently. The bvide is the daughter, of Mr. Emma JE. Brown of V
carundu, C. Z., and the late John L. Brown.". The groom is the son of Mrs. A. J. Kosilc of
New York and. the late August J. Kosik. The young, couple spent a wedding trip at Playai
Orande They ill be at home to their friends in Curundu after JUP3 18th,, Mr, Kosik a em-
ployed at Civil Aeronautics, Balboa Heights. - f -.,
MINISTER OF SWITZERLAND -
RECEIVED Ilf SPECIAL AUDIENCE
The Minister of Switierland, Pierre Fraricois-Bmener,
' was received in special audience by the Foreign Minister,
Alberto Boyd, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Also present
'I was Chief of Protocol Camilo Salcedo Levy. f-T.".
" "Mr. and Mrs. Broegger who have arrived from Caracas,
I plan to remain in Panama for ten days. Accompanied by
- 4Vi. etc fAnaiil Snhrt A Vndinrsr. the Minister and Mrs.
Broegger will make a tour of the interior and, in particular,
the Swiss Colony in tne province oi ininqui.
Panama's Ambassador to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, J. J. Vallarino and Mrs.
VaUarino arrived last night from
Washington, D, C to spend' a va vacation
cation vacation on the V Isthmus visiting
ally and friends.
Point Four Visitor
In Panama to observe to Point
Four- Program activities in this
country is Mr, Hiram S. Phillips,
Director of Public Amdinistration
front the. Technical Cooperation
Administration in Washington, D.
c; t ;;;;
Returns To : limmus ; 1- -.
Dr4 A. E. Gerrans, Balboa Dis District
trict District Dentist, has returned from
a .hurried visit to the United
States and will be back at his of office
fice office on Monday morning.
Miss Brenda Lloyd has left for
Miami, Fla., where she will Join
her parents Mr. and Mrs. John
The new. Argentinian Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador to Paaama, -Samuel Allperin,
arrived at 7:30 this morning by
plant from Buenos Aires.
At Unitod States Embassy '.
The United States Ambassador
who will be married on June 16.
About 2? guests were present.
Back From Visit
following officers were elected
for the next six months; president,
Mrs. Nancy Johnson, : vice-presi
dnet, Mrs..Cenme Hosking, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Mrs, Geneva Mason; trea.
surer, Mrs.; Jessie Hess; board of
governors, Mrs. Connie Jones,
Mrs. Candy Gardner, Mrs. Lee
Hunter and Mrs. Mae Pelkey.
The semi-annual installation din dinner
ner dinner dance will be held Saturday,
June 16, in the Bamboo Room of
the club. v
Mrs. Hosking welcomed two
members: Mrs. Lee Hunter ; and
Mrs. Josephine Orsini.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duran of Golf! m.,;i rnih,im p v
Heights have returned to the Isth-DuMan Janifl Finnegan. Lola Be Be-mus
mus Be-mus after visiting their son Paul,fner), rjaisy Gonjalez, Clara Hol Hol-Jr.
Jr. Hol-Jr. at Annapolis. Midshipman Pau :,mDBU-h Candy Gardner, Jessie
Duran will, take part in a naval !He. fConnie Hosking. Geneva
Mason, Nancy -Johnson, Carmen
Lugo, Helen Luker, Ruth Mangan,
Lucille Marrero, Carol Milne, Mae
Pelkey, Louise Sanderson, Ursula
surt the success of the Beaux Arts
Ball to be held at the Army-Navy
Club, For Amador, on Saturday,
June 16. The purpose of this ball
is- to raise funds for an art schol scholarship
arship scholarship for some worthy and tal talented
ented talented youngster to be elected by
th T.pafMie This year's ball fea
turing the Art of, Dressing, will be
caUsed the "Peek-A-Boo Ball."
: For those who plan to attend
wide choice of costume ideas is
available, such as native dress of
any country, peasant costume, gay
nineties, period, historical, mod modern,
ern, modern, uniforms, and comic. Origi
nal paintings donated by League
members will be the prizes given
far th best national, period, or
mmUrn lostume. and perhaps, oth
and Mrs. Julian- Fisko Harrington! ers. Music for the affair will be
cruise to the Scandinavian coun
tries shortly. ; :f
Plans For "Pook-A-Boo Ball".
AUJ u Spence, Jean Steffens, Joanna
The Atlantic side members of, York Frances Gilbert. Connie
operating enthusiastically in tick ticket
et ticket sales, posters, costumes and
last minute detaus in order io in
entertained last night at the Em
bassy Residence on La Crestg with
dinner dance. y
Loavo For Europe' : i
Mr. and Mrs. George Arias have
left-by plane for Europe w h e r e
Mf. Arias will represent Panama
at the 39th Reunion of Interna International
tional International Organization of Labor at Ge Ge-nevaSwitzerland.
nevaSwitzerland. Ge-nevaSwitzerland. Mr. and Jlrs.
Arias will also spend some time
in Spain,' Italy and France.
Thirteenth Birthday Party
Miss Dorothy (Dody) Moses was. European Tour
fiven a birthday supper party Dy
er parents Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Moses last night at their home to
celebrate ber thirteenth birthday.
After dinner Dody and her thirty
young guests attended movie at
me "Auto Cine." ;
fnraichaH hv ljirtin AzcarTSEa
Tickets for the ball are $100 and
are obtainable from Mrs. L, H.
Stroup. 2-1300. or Mrs. O. C. Hy Hy-ers,
ers, Hy-ers, 2-3053. For table reservations
call Army-Navy Club, or Mrs. O.
Return Hero For Vacation
Mr. GuiUcrmo Chapman has re returned
turned returned to Panama to spend the
summer vacation with hie p a r r-ents
ents r-ents Dr. and Mrs." Guillermo O.
Chapman of Bella Vista.
Mr and Mrs. irvm uenneu
have departed the Isthmus on an
extensive European cruise. They
expect to be away for a couple of
linen Shower Honors
Miss Emily RMoy .r
, Cynthia Orr and Miss Gm Gm-ny
ny Gm-ny di Bella were co.bostesse at
a linen shower at the Army-Navy
Club recently for Miss Emily Riley
Fort Culick NCO Wives t
Elocf OHicors ,';
The Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Club held their regular monthly
business meeting recently at the
club with Mrs. Connie Hosking pre presiding,
siding, presiding, i
! During the business meeting the!
Jones, Marilyn Williams, and A-
lice Stachowiak. f
The 'White Elephant was won
by Mrs. Geneva Mason.
Refreshment were served by
hostesses Carol Milne, Lucille Ma
rrero, Connie Hosking, ano vanay
From Miami ",.;
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Hennrlck Hennrlck-son
son Hennrlck-son have returned from a visit to
Arthur Parris Dies
In liosplfal; Burial
- Arthur Parris, a retired Panama
Canal employe, died Thursday at
the Santo Tomas Hospital wnere ne
was admitted after a lingering iu
ness. v "-.;'"v;
An nldtim resident of Chorri
llo Mrs, Parris had participated in
the choirs of the Edith Cavell
Friendly Society and the Universal
Negro improvement associbuuu.
rnnoral services will be conduc
ts tomorrow evening at the Bible
Truth Church ood, tnorriuo,
at 4 o'clock. He was a member of
the United Health and Bar ail
Scheme of Panama, under whose
auspices funeral arrangements are
being made. - 4
ui urvivMi nv his ions. An
thony and Vicente, and two grand
children. ; .
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THE RECENTLY REORGANIZED CtJRCNDU DISTAFFERS proved their capabilities in Red
Joker n, the Isthmus-wide Disaster Control exercise held last week. Under newly elected
Distaff Council members, the. Curundu group has made a spirited contribution to the Disas Disaster
ter Disaster Control program at Greater Fort Clayton. Council members shown are (I. to r.) Mrs. Ted
J, Benbenek, vice-president; Mrs. Ernest WoUtarsky, president; Mrs. William C, Kongable,
vice-president, and Uis.p Conrad Maner, recording secretary. The Curundu women are busy
now with a full schedule of Red Cross classes.
t&A W&tt ;
MEN STAND UP FOR RIGHT
TO SIT AT HOME IN COMFORT
A number of men readers' have
said "Amen" to a recent column
of mine in which I said that the
crying need in homes today is to
mane room for Fapa.
Most of the letters and post
cards' had i pathetic ring.
take this one. for instance: "Re
garding your article about what
man can call exclusively his in
his own home, you hit the nail
right on the head.
'I am allowed one whole closet
in my. home: so I am better off
than many of my fellow husbands.
"Why ia it that women don t
like leather furniture? Some day,!
maybe. I can have a leather chair
and desk of my own." '-.vy t
You could have that desk and
chair right' now. And other hus
bands, too, could have the articles
of furniture and the space they
need for living u they would only
stand up to their wives and say:
- .MHW, i am going 10 pics, oui
my own easy chair. If you want
to go along' to choose a color that
will fit. in with the colon scheme;
all bright; ,,. i A
"But I'm going to get the kind
of chair I -want. And it doesn't
make any difference torn wheth whether
er whether or not the neighbors would like
it, an interior decorator would ap-
Memorial services will be con conducted
ducted conducted at Revival Hour Mission
on Jose Domingo Espinar street
hero tomorrow at 7.30 p.m. for the
late Mrs. Millicent (Ella) Elouise
Wade, with Rev. Ina Amms offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. -.
Mr. and Mrs. Julio Archibold,
daughter and son-in-law; Miss Mil Millicent
licent Millicent Wade, daughter and the de deceased's
ceased's deceased's grand-children are spons sponsoring
oring sponsoring the service.
prove of it, or whether or not it
looks like something in a decora decorating
ting decorating journal.
"I want it to SIT in."
Homo la Not A Showcase
The average woman today does
a fine job of making her home
attractive. She studies and learns
and imitates and asks advice.
And she usually comes up with
pleasing furniture arrangements
ana choices ot colors.
. But while she is busy creating
a picture, she sometimes forgets
that a home isn't designed just
for show or to please her eye
only. ''-: '
A home Is to live in. And who
has a better right to have a say-so
in what makes it livable than Dad,
who is paying4 off the mortgage?
SO don't be1 timid, men. Your
comfort is every bit as important
as your wue s idea oi Ub& aream
Acts Like Maic
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ly fragrant Cuticura
Talcum contains do do-odoraat
odoraat do-odoraat aittiMptie
C-S (Hoiachloro (Hoiachloro-phana).
phana). (Hoiachloro-phana). Kaapa Iho
akin frasb and wt
haat and diaper raah.
foot irritatkma, Buyl
"shadow government" in London
until last June, said he had accept accepted
ed accepted the Communist Polish regime's
invitation to exiles. -He
said he would explain the
"complicated reason'' in a stale
ment later. 4
LONDON. June f fUP) A ..-,.,1
"prime minister" of the anti-Corn- "J1 E ?, E TV
munist Polish government-in-exils PHILADELPHIA (LPl The
announced today he plans to re- Lmversity of Pennsylvania an an-turn
turn an-turn to Poland nounced it is able to accommff-
Stanislaw Mackiewicz, prewar date 50 per cent more engineering
Polish politician who headed the students thsn are now enrolled.
THE ROSE TATTOO
-the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to sot!
OPENING JUNE 12 AT THE CENTRAL
THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 OSCARS
i SPECIAL SALE
reduced from 20 to 30
, Beside tht "Bella Vista" Theater
PAN AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO., INC.;
Notice of Annual Meeting of Stockholders ;
Narice ii hereby given thai the Annual Moating of the StockheM-,
en of Panamerican Invattmant Company, Inc., a cerporatiao ot the
Reoublw of Panama, will be held an the 5th day of July. 19S6 aC
10 o'clock in the ferenaon at the effice of the Corporation, Avenia'a
General fiim Na. 29, Maaica, D.f. Maiko, for the purpaM at: 1
1. Canfirminf the cltctian af the aHicers of the Corporatiao far
. the part year.-
2. Examination af the Corporation'! balance ahaet far the pait year
and, If found to be in order approval thereof.'
J, To receive and coniiear a report af the acts af the Directert,
offican ana' manafamant af the Corporation during the past
yar and, if feund to be in order, to approve iuch acttl
4. flection of Directors for the following fiscal year af the Car
5. To consider and act upon iuch other buiinatt It may properly
ha brought before the meeting. -'
Dated: May 30. 1956
Should you not be present at the meeting kindly forward yaur
proay w early at possible,
IRVING W. SARGENT
Secretary and Treasurer.
Glazed Ham, Cold Turkey
Right For Large Buffet
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iinsawMsiajs MiiitiaiaMiit Kuu:k&.li,h ymmmmmmmmmmmmmmam
PEAUTMXX GLAZED, poneletw nam with porsVeUr alicod
cold roast tarker toake a koadootno kniTet for sv wedding.
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NIA Food and Markoos Editor
r.BAT) RAPIDS. Mich. (UP)
A sign on a safe saying it was
unlocked and containeo omy rec records
ords records failed to halt a burglar who
broke into the Howard R. -David-.
r n. rnlled the safe to an
other room, opened it, examined
A large wedding luncheon at
home calls for careful planning
and a written time taoie.
-We asked Mrs,; Beth Bailey Mc
Lean .of Chicago, director of home
economics department of Swift
and Company, to tell us how she
managed the buffet for 60 guests
wnen ner daughter Janet was mar married.
ried. married. ,- ':.;,.': ':.;,.':-Here
Here ':.;,.':-Here Is her experienced advice:
Select foods that can be
prepared a day or two in advance
with only rolls and coffee needing
last-minute heating. Select and ar
range tne serving platters on tne
buffet table a week or more ahead
of time. Consider the right size
and shape. If color is used, keep
the color scheme m mind lor the
dishes as well as the food. Paste
a label on each platter and write
on it the name of the food. Sketch
the platter arrangement so that
the lastminute placing of the food
can be dona quickly and in the
set up small tables with linen.
silver and classes the day before.
Cover with plastic cloths to keep
tree or dust and in place.
Koast an unstuffed 24 to 25-
pound turkey one or two days be-
the contents and then leit wnenforer Mrvjce .This size bird will
he was satisiiea conuineu uu bout' 7 hours m a slow
money. oven (325 degrees r.. Brush well
with salad oil. Cool quickly. Cover
with foil and keep in the refriger
ator. At service time, nave an ex experienced
perienced experienced carver serve each guest.
Use a canned boneless ham. Cut
a 12 to 13-pound ham into uniform
V4-inch slices, then cut through the
center lengthwise to make 60 to 70
servings. Tie the ham into shape
wnn airing ana piece n on a race
set over foil or a cookie sheet.
To glaze: Make 1-ouart of straw
berry flavored gelatin according to
the package directions. Stir and
cool until the gelatin is the thick
ness of coffee cream. Pour the
gelatin over the cold ham to form
a smooth glaze on top and on the
Cut strawberries in half and ar arrange
range arrange in a flower pattern on top of
the ham. Pour half teaspoon of
gelatin over each berry petal. Let
set until glaze is firm, then keep
cold until service time. Slide tha
ham onto an oblong platter and
garnish with tender lettuce or
The feature of wedding refresh refreshments
ments refreshments is the glorious wedding
cake. This may be placed on the
cleared buffet table for the cere ceremonial
monial ceremonial cutting of the first slice by
the bride and groom. It is wise to
have an experienced cake cutter
finish the slicing.
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Made to Measure Suits for Men and Women
Across from the "El Panama'' Hotel
C0D SlSiajGIKrS 9
tATTT.2ATr TCITZ V.Z1
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
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tlvoH Uth'et J'T Ave, Jte. J
(Mill iMn eeol PlaygNBH
rTTel. S-U ranama
. RETIREMENT, LIFE
'' Phon Paaaam S-S55S
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S-A.
Packer Shlppen .Meyer
Phones 2-2451 2-2562.
'L PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
t 5 9-0279
ar by ointmmf.
W ehapa r,r""
T Umoiie McUvy Maehtam-
tor. kihu ,,
t TABS A STEP TOWARD
- NEW BEAUTY
VMCA BEAUTY SALON
VElMA DARNELL, Mgr.
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SWEDISH MEDICAL MAUAOS
Weetrle Cabinet B.-' Violet Kay
Treatment lor Blood Circulation.
Nerve Relaxation Medical Gyninaa Gyninaa-rlca
rlca Gyninaa-rlca and Exerdsee Feature Correc Correction
tion Correction Special Foot eatmente. A.
Thomas. PhyaleOierapbL Hotel all
Panama Health Center 10 a.m. -7.
pjn. Tel. Panama 1-1SM. i
; j Alice In Brief
' iNORMAN, Okl. (UP) -'The
laiiVitai nf Dr. Elbridse
D.' Phelps, University of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma law professor, wanted to
read Auce m, wonaerwnu.
DiUin- hastiiv fatted down a
number from the card index file
1 4 tv,. .HonHant referred him to
I1U .nu-- -'
.the business library for that par
it th- itmlnMa library a libraii
T (k. .hnv nf "Alice in
Wonderland" all right in Gregg
" 'UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
' Canal Zona
bnlted Btatea District Conrt Tor
The District at The Canal Zona
fit it matter of the Estate ol James
Partbr- Rooe. riitari.
prooaie.no. i .vT.f ,n
Public Notice nerroj
fmona havlna clalma agalnrt
SS Boberte. deceaaed, are hereby
rSrid to file aaid claims, with the
neceasarr Touchers, in the office of the
ctertrfthVunited SUtea Dilbrlct Court
at AnconT Canal Zone, or to exhibit
them, with the necessary ouchera, to
SrundirSir Atoiratrixln the
Office of Arias, rabrega Wbrega. at
NoTM Central Avenue. Panami City,
upataira of the First National ClBank.
Pkrnma City, on or before the 12i day
by the arna. h
jnade which are not credited and that
JSSSt .no off-tstoth. asm. to the
knowledge 01 me "".
, rUd this Sth day of Juno Wv
TWffBla KnewWest Boberb)
.: .... Administratrix.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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; fuerza J tua Cnra ...
Cenaral Bafuroa ....
Pannmefla da Acaltaa ...
Pansmefla da Hbraa. ... ....
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Agendas tnternal. da Publication
. Bet I Lottrry Plasav .- -k
Carta! An. a
FOR SALIW Wastingheusa re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $50; 4-piece aactioa aactioa-al
al aactioa-al coach. Phono 2-3124 or 2-
2630. ...v -i.,:.
FOR SALE: 12-ft. Frigidsira
Uka new, Tappan fai stove, 3 3-pieca
pieca 3-pieca dining room suite with 4
chair, automatic Bendix washer,
2 and fables. Owner being traas-
ferred fa Stataa. Panama 2 2-'
' 2-' 1959. ... -,o.
FOR SALI-Frigidiir with dt dt-r
r dt-r roster and clock $50, Easy
washing machine $70, Girrird
record changer $30. Call after
5 p.m., 2-1441. Quartan 0849,
FOR SALEr Wrought iron liv living
ing living room furniture: sectional
couch, lounge chair, corner fa fable
ble fable and two end tablet.- Good
conditio $100. Forf Clayton
FOR SALE:- Living room tat,
table,- chain, double bed, sofa,
refrigerator, stove. Buyer will
have option to apartment. "De "De-veaux"
veaux" "De-veaux" Bldg., apartment B, next
to Hotel El Panama.
FOR SALE: Wringer type
washing machine, 60-cycle;
partable Singer sewing machine;1
formica top table, 3 chain. 2
lounging chain with matching
ottoman, and tablet, foam rub rubber
ber rubber cushions, utility kitchen cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, desk lamp, hat box, G.E.
iron, waffle Iron, Underwood
typewriter lS-inch carriage, all
in vary good condition. Leaving
Isthmus. Priced for quick sale.
Phone 83-6212, Qtn. 201 5-A,
FOR SALE: Household goods.
Call Ft. Clayton 4181.
, FOR SALE: Black bamboo liv living
ing living room set. See at Calle Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay and 49th St., Bella Vhta.
FOR SALE: 9-cu. ft. Wetting Wetting-house
house Wetting-house 25-cycle refrigerator, 6
metal Quartermaster chain, lib lib-rary
rary lib-rary table, metal chest f draw drawers,
ers, drawers, dresser and mirror. Phone
Balbee 2991. 563-8.' CoretaL
FOR SALE: Sponge-lika liv living
ing living room set, like new. Call
Phone 3-6600 t-.- 't"-.-;;....
FOR SALE-Ratfan dining roam
set, complete 6 piece $40. 32nd
Street No. 1 4. v
FOR SALE : Refrigerator, wash wash-i
i wash-i ar, fan (all 25 cycles); bed bedroom
room bedroom suite, Singer sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. 0845 Gavilan Read. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3283 Balboa
FOR SALE: Thor semi-automatic
washing machine, good con condition
dition condition $100. Panama 3-2387
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Ford "A" motor
and 60-hp. motor complete.
5440 Diablo, 2-3188
FOR SALE: I95S Elgin ouf ouf-hoerd
hoerd ouf-hoerd motor 7'i-hp., never bean
aaed $110. Call 85-4189.
Dirurinrn aairt ljaiaji
i r runenwev nnw nun.- "-" 1 -- u.
especially it you make a ptf of yoorself. The Hwo-headad" j
pie, above, is actually two pigs, each with .one head. They j
Ibelonc to a larmer at Turen,
f colonies established by
BIG BRASS. SMALL SAIL
' suable call for the water, even if it's- only a pond, British
Admiral Sir George Creasy gives a gentle push to a model fl
Jt sailboat m Paris. France. "The tin flet launcfrinar took- niar i
AJ reception given by General and Mrs. Alfred M. Gruenther. J
. atv ra
4ta at Jaly At. J (.
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
Cranbrook) 4-doer sedan. Very
good condition. Extras, radio,
k re me-vents, andercoetod, seat
coven. Bargain at $550, Call 3 3-1577.
1577. 3-1577. FOR SALE: 1 948 Plymouth 4 4-doer
doer 4-doer sedan $350. Call Fart Da Davis
vis Davis 87-480 er 5-317.
FOR SALE: 1953 Old Super;
"88," duty paid, radio, automat automatic
ic automatic transmission, $1400. Call 3 3-4870.
4870. 3-4870. FOR SALE. 1950 Studebakar
Champion 2-door $300. Balboa
FOR SALE. Due to trip. 1955
Chevrolet model 210 4-door V8,
cash $1675. Eugene Roberta.
Phone office Amador 5253 and
2122,' phone home Amador
FOR SALE: 1949 Bukk Se Se-danette
danette Se-danette with radio, good condi condition
tion condition $375 cash. Terms if desired.
FOR SALE: 1952 Singer Road Road-star,
star, Road-star, A-1 condition; 1949 Har Har-ley
ley Har-ley Davidson 20" girl's! bicycle.
FOR SALE: Four-door 1953
Chevrolet. 14,500 miles like
new. Owner being transferred to
State. Panama 2-1959.
FOR SALE: Station Wagon '51
Chevrolet four-door, 8-passen-
gar, excellent condition. Phon
Fort Kobba 6231.
FOR SALE: 1951 Cadillac, au automatic
tomatic automatic transmission and 1950
Ford, both in very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Mr. Drachanbergr Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1859.
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge 4dr.
Sedan $250. 2-1496 or 881
Morgan Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Singer, per perfect
fect perfect condition, 11,000 milaa.
578-E Curundu,, Phene S3 S3-4I8S.
4I8S. S3-4I8S. fv:. v
j FOR SALE 1949 Nash, good
condition, $170. 2-1633.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash 2-doer.
Tires nearly new, good motor,
low mileage, $200 cash. Curun Curundu
du Curundu 7162.
FOR SALE: 1953 Fiat 4-door
aadan. Lew mileage, perfect eon-1
dition, duty paid, $495! Call
Panama 3-1186 before 5 a.m.,
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobil
. Holiday Super Deluxe Hardtop,
hydramatk, radio, $800. Phone
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge 4-dr.
sedan, 8-cyl. Coronet, lest than
11,000 miles, in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, i. Phone 83-6212, Qtrs.
201 5-A, Curundu.
FOR SALE: '49 Cadillac, good
condition. Mutt soil this week.
Leaving Isthmus Real bargain.
0845 Gavilan Road. Phene 2 2-3283
3283 2-3283 Balboa. v
A t StSilM
kM KffM- than mi
Venezuela, one of the large
the Venezuelan gwernment.
BOAT Succumbing to the lrre-
( s 3
At. Bt Me. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIOOS
. l Caaaml Are. ...
. FARMACIA LUX
Ml Caatral AraaM
BOX 2031, AN CON, CX
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: Brand new General
Electric S0-f alien electric hat
water heater. Ideal far bar, res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, barber shop -ar beauty
parlor. Phene S-06S4.
FOR SALE. Venetian bliadt for
cement quartan; mahogany buf buffet;
fet; buffet; I twin size snattrest; shoe
skate; 1947 Chevrolet pa a el
truck. Phene 2-2957. U
SMALL NATIVE J HORSES for
tale. Call at Panami Riding
School, Old Panama. V
FOR SALE: Remington Auto Autoloader,
loader, Autoloader, t2-ga.f 1 6mm. movie
camera, magazine. Phone 83-
FOR SALEr Royal Enfield "500
Bullet" like new, 4350. Term.
Phene 2-2394, :
FOR SALE 1950 Bukk 4-door
sedan, dynaflow, radio, new i
tires, seat coven, ate. Mutt sell,
$500; X-3S target pistol, new,
$60; Webster's New Interna International
tional International Dictionary, large $4. Tel-'
ephene Balboa 1739 after 4 p.m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
Sealed bids, for opening (a pub public,
lic, public, will be received at the office,.:
of Superintendent of Storehous Storehouses,
es, Storehouses, Balbea, for the following
INVITATION No. 285 Rubber
bands, binden for various uses,
card and transfer eases, hecto hectograph
graph hectograph clay, paper clips, irregular'
curves, typewriter key euthiena,
erasers, eyelets, paper fasteners,
f ilea, paper folders, varietn type
of ink, inkwella and covers, num numbers,
bers, numbers, finger pa's, addreaaograph
machine, telegraph and record-,
fng' paper,-' pencils, penholders,
pen eats, pen points, eyelet plier. ;
visible file Index peckers, bind-
Ing peers, pencil point preteerere.
pa pencil racks, typewriter,
adding snachlne- and ticket detet
ribbons, slid rules, lead seals,
eye shade, staples. Index tabs
and triangular scales, TO BI
OPENED 10:30 a.m., June 12,
1956. ; ...
INVITATION Me. 286 lalt
dressing and Kejuid preaervatlva,
lubricating g r e o s o, technical
grade and Menhaden fish oil, lu lubricant,
bricant, lubricant, Insulating felt, tap gat gathering,
hering, gathering, gaskets, packing, medi medium
um medium hard rubber, and apenges.
TO IE OPENED 2:30 p.m., June
'12; 1956.' ;"';-: "i'.-:
INVITATION Nov 2S7-rlnJ-tng
and sbrasiv wheels. TO BE
OPENED 9:00 a.m., Juno, 15,
' 1956.' 'i.i,,;-;:''.-';'
INVITATION Na. 280 Parte
fort chuck, drill, grinder, ham hammer,
mer, hammer, bolder-en, nut aatter, pav paving
ing paving breaker, sand rammer scalar
and wrench; fcammen and rede
and bits. TO BE OPENED 10:30
a.m., June 15, 1956. : i
INVITATION 281 Wrought
iron, alloy, carbon, drill, ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, spring end tool steel.',
TO BE OPENED 2:30 p.m., Jan
Invitations may ba obtained from ;
off ic af Superintendent of St re rehouses,
houses, rehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE-One each air-con-ditioner
Frigldaire 1-hp, Phlleo
-hp., Chrysler Airtemp Vl
hp excellent condition. Also
varnua household items. Call
Panama 3-1774 or tee at J-83
Fedorica. Boyd.'. '-
FOR SALE Mr. Car Owner, be
fully informed. Do yea know
Johnston guaranteed ante re repairs?
pairs? repairs? Phon 456-A. 16 Melen Melen-dea.
dea. Melen-dea. Colon. v
FOR SALE: VM. HI-FI racerd
player, portable, like new. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0272 Panama. ; .
FOR SALE: Hammond Spinet
organ, excellent condition. Priced
t aall. Phene Childress, Panama
WEDDING AHEAD A cere ceremony
mony ceremony and wedding belli are at
the end of tot bus ride for
Peggy Ann Garner. The former
child star is touring with the
play, "Bus Stop. Shell wed
Albert Salmi wben the tour
concludes. He's her outage
ttsro. a wan.
ATTENTION U JtJat bnatt
modem furnished asjertaunt. I,
2 bedraoma, bet, c4d wataa
Phon Pemaaaa 8-4941.
FOR RENT! Modem cool,
completely famished isimMBt
in excellent location, living
ream, dining nook, I bedreem,
kitchen aad bath. For S months,
S June to Septeaaber. Ideal
far. responsible Individual er can can-pi.
pi. can-pi. Reasonable rent. Call Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. to
9 a.m. 1 p.m. t 10 p.m.
FOR RENT: Apartment at ll
Cangmjo," first floor, saaitary
service and garage, emfertabi.
Recently ceastnicted. Phon 2 2-2883.
2883. 2-2883. FOR RENT. Have cool
fortable twe-aedreem apartment
in Bella Vista. Wilting ehare)
with gentlenua er eeuple. Phene)
FOR RENTr Nicely furnished
apartment wref rigerater, perch,
dining room, bedreem, kitchen,
unitary convenience, tiled.
screened, $55. Apply 112 Via J
Balisari Parras near Roosevelt
Theater. -: .-.--i,',-.:,.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool, comfortable, 1 bed bedreem
reem bedreem Perejll, Second Street Na.
II. Phone 3-2694.
FOR RENTr Coolest, beet re re-cat
cat re-cat ie a, two-bad room '.apartment,
large balcony, newly Minted.
Sella Vista. Phene 3r0934.
FOR RENTr Famished and n n-fnmiahed
fnmiahed n-fnmiahed apartments available.
Contact Alhambr Apartments,
10th Street. Phono 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, concrete, gaa eteve, $60
including sect of gas. North .A .A-merican
merican .A-merican naighbera. Telephone
FOR RENT: Modem twa-bed-rm
apartment, perch, living-
dining rm, maid'a and laundry
aaem, ecreeaed and bet water.
For further dataile plea eaH
1-494S or 8-6737.
1 FOR RENTr-Furnished er km-
furniahed one-bed ream modern
aparfsnant, gang. 168 Via Bel Bel-atari
atari Bel-atari Pwas.'t.-'.;'..,'.1X!1''"
FOR RENTi Unfambbed a a-paitntent,
paitntent, a-paitntent, private entrance. L eve every
ry every residential eectien. Large liv living
ing living rm, dining teem, two bad bad-swents.
swents. bad-swents. tw hatha, maid'a quar quartan,
tan, quartan, locked garage. Carl Pana Panama
ma Panama 1-0873 between 12-2. ''
FOR RENTr Furnished a am am-furniahed
furniahed am-furniahed apartment, mdaaend-
, ant, reasanabla price. Vista' Har-
. a. ,i. mt
anoaa, Kicarae mire rnen
l-5229..i l:,;!,.',:., ;
FOR RENTr 2 -bedreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living reeea, dining rm,
kitchen. 13th Street, Sen Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Via Perres. Phone 3-2457.'
FOR RENT Furnished apart
eaent, living-dining ream, 2 bad bad-reams,
reams, bad-reams, gas etova, mfrigarator,
Bella Vista. 43rd Street Na. 64.
FOR RENT Attrsctiv, snW snW-r
r snW-r Z-bdraem apartatent, nseid'a
ream, freat terrace, hot water
heeter. Near II Panama Hotel.
FOR RENTr Twe-badroem fur furniahed
niahed furniahed apartment, Cerraequill
637, Phone 3-2737, $65.
FOR RENTr Beet located --
mens furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street N.
Relallen Of llslhi
Probed By Survey
EAST LANSING. Mich. fTJPj
Tall students arent necessarily
the most intelligent student, aor
is the class dune always short
aavwwywi. li 7.m T iniUBIU,
director of child develooment at
s 1 11 i m a 'amaaai u
Michigan State University, believes
neignt maturity does hav some
relation to mental maturity.
Millard said a child's I.O. is not
vvukiu, nam en vuuu ucT4Vfl yur"
ioally and socially his I.Q. changes.
BrVnttant awrtilf rlatralAna mheM
me inaiviauars personal-social
development may be affected by
tne aegree wmcn uiese various
measurable aspects of a child's
parallel each other in ; starting;
points, rates 01 progress ana iev
ultinc Aft nainta. r
Millard used a xnmn of 40 dots
to measure the relationship be
tween intelligence level and height
level. They were given several
measurements over a six-year pe-l
noa.-f- " i
Each-boy's height at 10 years
was divided by the estimated max maximum
imum maximum height he would attain and
this future was called "the Per
centage of height development at
As- 10- v.:
After calculating the height ma
turity tor eacn hoy, Miuaro, men
averaged the percentages of the
40 boys to obtain a group average.
Each boy's percentage was di divided
vided divided fcy the group average' and
the resulting figure for each boy
was called the "height I.Q." When
that was established, there was a
relationship with, the boy' actual
i. Pea. mm la Ossa Ar. Ba. 41
aaa aimaiii Are, am t t
RESORTS FOR: RENT FOR SALE
Foster's cottages a) ism Hoiise Real EststQ
' fcufh glJM 0w lllat 0sMt Cat i i t
aiaw. Balbea 186C. POR RENTt Vacation aarmra e FOR SALEr Cangreje: two ex- 1
' bew. Jane 15 to Aug. 28. ; celleM let 900 meters aach,
PHIUIPS Oeeawaid Cettagee, faB Balboa 4308. High location upper pot Via
Saat) Clara. I 435, Sekac .M ,.NTV 1! Argentina Boulevard. Excellent
Phe. P.m 8-1877. Cissta- s !tt2FPZtt ""
balS-1678, tZ2LmuiLmf $10 per saeteV ar both at
sa. Shnpnel'a ewnttertabla haute. ? ir-cnditienedl 2 baths, maid'a ' '.
Phone Thompson Salboa 1772. carters, large yard, garag. La- FOR SALE: Let an Juote Are-
Sperm year vraek and. at Ria ela Viw.. Phene 3-6757. Ajb,
Mar. the beat bathin, beech in FOR RENT Modem 3-bedmom Kj! ,tt'MU'
th Republic; with aH aenvo- h,t, furnnhW, screened, din- fh" boars.
niences. Moshwata pricee. The : ing-living room, outside terrace.
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milaalW'1 aame addreea. lent Isundma. houkeeper. Call
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yera af sacceeaful experience "Altec del Golf" r CarrasquilU. WANTi T keep your ar
with vr 4000 pupibu Ettadian- Living roam, 2 bedrooms, hitch- while yen em an leave. WIN pay 1
to St. 14-79. then 2-3021. an, garage and ample apace tor reasonable tent for na. Call G. I
FOR RENT 3-670- Lij: i ; :
FOR RENT: Campa Altgre,
furnished, cool, clean room with
delicious meals. Private bath.
Wanted to Buy
WOULD LIKE TO BUY Deche.
bund pap Call Panama 1-0451
between 9-12 tMrnings.
For Albzny Port
ALBANY. N. Y. f BP) A
bright future to seen for th Al Albany
bany Albany Port District.
- Chairman Michael J. Powers ex
the Albany Port District Commis Commission'
sion' Commission' sees "a great growth indus industrially,"
trially," industrially," when the Hudson River
i deepened so that the largest af
uacp-uiau, Dcua-guuig cargo
nip can maie ui; trip.
Conrres Ban authorhed end
rresidant Elsenhower has an-;
provea tne S3i,tZ8,ooo project which
awaits only tn appronnation..
Aioany, once one 01 the most
assarvi mu aaa aaaa yvavsta swuvUSJU trnu
early peak a center of Erie Canal-
fmrlAHant inlmae1 wuutm -wtsaaht earn
UllrinAfl. PlVaBa hmnttl(f lTAtAUAt
uuubvh Tv a aiv w o v a
witn tn aovent 01 oeep-drait steel
ships the Albany port, began to
10s us traa.
t 1 iia-a w ettv
. u inn. wv. juuvu a, Olllltu
signed bill creating the Albany
m . i. 1 a 1 JL- .mm
run wiauics, sdo, in mi worai
began on dredging the channel to
v teet -
However, th problem which
will be eliminated by the new
dredging project ha been that
ships with, freat cargo capacity
cannot take on a full load without
creating a navigational ha sard in
thn nrasent channel.
Thm' new- deepenlntf protect.
which calls for dredging of the
channel to 82 feet, will allow the
largest cargo hip easy access to
The project already has encour
aged new business. An asphalt
nlant of the American Oil Com-
nanv is currently under construc
tion. In addition to asphalt, mo
lasses Is a large industry in th
Albany Port District; three com companies
panies companies hsv a combined storage
eanacitv of 11 million gallons.
There is also a giant grain ele
vator which can store 13,500,000
'When the deepening project Is
completed, fort jJistrict omciais
expect Albany to be one ot tne na
bon a major seaporu. v.
ROCHESTER. N.Y.' TJP) A
quicker and mora economical
method to speed ud developments
in printed circuitry has been per
fected ay the Haioia uo.
Br usinf it dry vrocesi COPT'
Ins? method xerography the
company claims results up to 14
times faster and possiuy 10 times
eheaoer than oraviour method;
Prated circuitry is a process to
create the involved systems of
circuits in radio and TV sets and,
various electronic devices. It re-
S laces the arduous Job of laving
own and soldering myriad wires.
Haloid -researen scientist vr.
Frederick A. Schwertx disclosed
the new use of xerography
nrocess aeveionea dt naioia somo
a j ww v a
time ago xor use in inausiry ior
eoDvini and m medicine lor
quick X-ray picture.
Xeroersohv '-- depends on elee-
iromagneuc iorca aor cuyruis, u
comparison with conventional wet
photographic methods. Instead of
a film negative, there is an In Invisible
visible Invisible ,f latent" Image' made up
nf a marantic field.. -.
This image is dusted with black
powder, which cling to the field
and create a visual image.' The
power, in turn, is transferred to
a copper-clad sneettrrom wmcn
th printed -circuitry tcnu
FARMACIA- EL BATURRO
" Partaa Lef ana 1 1 treat
t FARMACIA -SAS'
x KOVEDADES ATH1S
. TU IspeAa At.
if .- v.. I lijl J v
v A, 1 J I
SP-S PHILIP A. SUIXINS JR.
for aivlna- an instruction at th
School (PADCS), Fort Clayton.
meaDie suit wmcn gives protecuon gainst gas, germs ana
radiation. The Clayton school has been set up to train a hard
core 01 pefaausi in cbr deiense and it boasts a very capable
j and well qualified faculty of Its own.'. r '-?!
, (TJ.SArmy Photo)
Faculty Of Service School
CreditTo Army Assignment
The faculty of the Panama A-
rea Damage' Control School (PAD
CS) at Ft. Clayton is glowing testi
mony: to the efficiency of the Ar-
mrs .'Qassuicauon and Assign
men Department- Hade up of
men with first class civilian edu
cations a well as highly trained
and experleced professional, men.
the group is eminently able to per perform
form perform its task of training person
nel in CBK defense.
Among the school s instructors
is SP3 Philip A. Sullins, Jr of
Orsngeburg. S. C-Holding a U.S.
in Chemistry from the Citadel, Sul
lins is the school s Academic Chief
BU)7VlfiaUlv Mtll(alMVUBt A V V SV W at) I
critiques and scheduled. He is also
in charge of the assignment and
ana akWvt ial Mit aBVtBIWa inrntlAVhal WJ1Atar
training oz oiner instructors.
Another faculty memaer is
Ovt. Joseph A. Spedale of New
Orleans, La Pvt. Spedale ha a
B.S. in Physic and aa M.A. la
Education from Loyola Univer University
sity University tax New Orleans.' He a a
peat tw years doing Cancer
Research at the Talaae Uni University
versity University Medical School and a
Sear ef Medicine at L.S.U. At
ie PADCS he teaches a anmber
el eoorses such as aa lastrodue lastrodue-ductioa
ductioa lastrodue-ductioa to Biological Warfare
aad Type ef Biological Warfare
Agenta. f -::
SPS James P. Black; hails from
Brooklyn. N.Y. and holds a B.S.
degree from Brooklyn Polytechni-j
rat Institute. At present be is
7 f 1 ,!J A
teacmng a course in scu aiu auu.
rrotecuon agauui agenta
which aims at acquainting the in individual
dividual individual foot soldier with tech-
ninuea of Annrovisation and utili
zation, of materials readily avail
able for CBR defense., -A
anraduate of Drexel College m
Philadelphia, Pvt. Owen. B- Carlin
of Rutherford, N.J., has a B.S. de
gree m cnemicai juigmeermg
Now at tne ciayton scnoot ne is an
instructor in the use of chemical
agents in war.1 - 5
PFC Francis A. Scheda ef Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, N.Y. graduated with a B.S.
fat Physics from Canisius. Col College.
lege. College. Later be did graduate work
at L-S.U. and then worked for
ease aa- a-aeat -traas--
prepares to don a tu mask be-
Panama Area Damaaa Control
Sullina I wearing an "taper-
far specialist and for Bell Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft as aa electronics engineer
in the field of guided missile.
His courses at the PADCS in include
clude include aa tntroductiow to nuclear
physics and method ef defenae
against radiological weapons.
New York City and Fordham TJ-
niversity graduated Sp3 Michael J.
Flaherty with a B.S. degree ia
Chemistry. At Clayton. Flaherty
has been teaching courses in .the
tactical use. of CBR weapons.- ;
PFC Eugene J." Crans of Grand
Rapids, Michigan and Air .Fore
Master Serceant Rocco R.. Chil-
letti of Binghamton,- N.Y. -round
out the school's ucuity. sgt. Chii-
letti i sa veteran of 18 years : of
service in th Army and Air Force.
His professional experience h a
given him a very nne oacKgrouna
for his classes. At the present time
he instructs students in the use of
Radiac Instruments such as gel gel-ger
ger gel-ger counters, ate PFC E v a a a
teaches a course in th detection
and combatting of poisonous gaa
es. Like Sgt Chiiletti, Crans -ia a
trained veteran, having spend 8
Sears in the Airborne and thia
1st year in the jChemicat Corps.
Finally, the scientific and pro professional
fessional professional background of the in instructors
structors instructors doe not eclipse that' of
their commanding officer. For
Lt, CoL John G. AppeL the school
commandant, holds t B& ia
Chemical .Engineering from--Rose
Polytechnical- Institut in Indiana
while Major Howard G. Schade,
the Assistant Commandant, -, has
his B.S. in Industrial- Engineering
from Upsala College, JtJ- his M.
A. FROM American .University,
Washington, D.C. and is now writ writings
ings writings his PHD thesis for George
Washington University a Is a ia
APPEARANCE COMES FIRST
GRAND : RAPIDS, ?MichJuP)
Police said a man arrested for
driving 50 miles an hour didnt
have either hand on the steering
wheel as a patrol car pulled along
side of him. He was using both
hands to comb hi hauythe report.
SATURDAY, JUXE S. 1936
TEX PANAMA AMERICAN A3 LNDEPEXEEST DAILT NEWSPAPER
Lauren Bacall, in
. THE RAIN
Charlton Heston, In'
I In VistaVlslon!
- Also:' "t
i GREEN BUDA
DRIVE -!fl Theatre
MARK STEVEN'S, in
Everybody's hero on the screen at last...!
(Kinr of The Wild Frontier)
Plus: The Best of all:
TARZAN and MAGIC FOUNTAIN
At 9:00 p.m.
Chapters: 10 12
CRIME DR. MANHUNT
THE FLAME OF
y net crn
I THE ROSE TATTO O C "; 4
r -the boldest story at tovt you'v er bten permitted tojee!, : M I
OPENING JUNE 12 AT THE CENTRAL
THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 OSCARS
UQYltS TV lADIO
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA) Holly-j "Overheard in a Cocktail Lounge,'
wood and GraDeVibe: Sterling brodght bim this telegram: "Con
Hayden is scoffing at rumors that
an ailing back la uniting the mov movie
ie movie roles' he can play. Leaping
around in a atw spy thriller,
"five Steps to Terror," Sterling
ays a team of medics has green green-lighted
lighted green-lighted all future action roles for
The ailin back, one fthose "I-
gratulations. We Heed the money
Your loving wife." :
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Joan
Caulfield: "I'm too frank. I speak
too freely when a bit of diplomacy
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS
JONES: One of those extras rid
ins in a shrieking cavalcade of
is the result of a World war U cowwkes in "The Searchers"- is
iafarv whea the star was with their. V. Whitney, the multi-million
oss. he made a parachute Jnmp sire whose company produced the
behind enemy lines and laugns, film. That md desire to play cow-
An Italian nobleman, Count Ma Mario
rio Mario Bandini, Is in a romantic spin
over Kim Novak, following her to
London from .Rome. Insiders are
predicting he'll even show up in
New York early in June when Kim
returns to the United States for the
nremiero of "The Eddie Duchin
Story,"., . ..
If Errol Rival 'puts the half half-completed
completed half-completed "'William Tell" before
the cameras again, he will have
to teniae, the lad who played his
son. The film was shelved three
vears aeo and the Italian boy ac-
tr who nlaved the role is now
taiw than F.rroL A national mag
azine, by the way, has asked
Flyntf to write an article "Women
I Have tiovea. un screen, wuu.
boys and Indians, don 'tcha know,
The storv is being told about
studio owner who turned down an
after-taxes profit of $5,000,000 for
the sale of bis studio, "wny, wny,
asked a puzzled friend, "couldnt
you be happy to retire with $5,-OOO.OOOe"
By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
Th etnrfin hnss. never exactly
a popular fellow in Hollywood,
shrugged his shoulders sna re,-niid--"St
T sell out and retire
So who would come to dinnere'Vi
Jeff Morrow doesn't think Anita
F.Vhere will like. it. One of the
ininii9 starlets in his' British star
ring lilm "The, Table in the Cor
ner! tailed herself Nita.XBerg
off THE SOUND TRACK:; Loi
Gilbert Koiana is ai we wwu-vosteuo piays a maeVi uuu t-
polishing stage on "Blood on the
Horns," the f Urn, biography of his
matador father screenplayed by
Niven Busch. -The yarn u doui
a working bullfighter; vsaya' Git Git-berV
berV Git-berV "and not one of those Fla Flamenco
menco Flamenco uys. My father risked his
life' every Sunday in a small town
in Mexico so the family could eat
Roland, who will play the role of
his father oppoiite, a boy; sof,mne
as himself, sas: J
nival operator always, adopting
cr animals : and D( e P 1 e in
-"Dance WithiWe Henry.""'Uk'a
Marty at the tircus," explains
: Audie Murphy's Independent
mevie about the Jevils of narcotics
will be based o nUnele Sam't in investigations
vestigations investigations 'He's- been qnieUy
working with1 government agents
on hte subject i The Barbara
l i.nm 'Hunter divorce tave
her legal i custody of ; their f our-
yeaf-eld Chris but sue s aiiowm
i.. mtA in ifoth i nicinre.iipif t naveiine bw,m
i tin .wfdi. it everv min-tuhMifvM- hw wishes. Kermtt
I. t- .:. wi'i "m It' '"imicrat'on de-
(UI.C. r 1 .: 1 I 1
f j l.c w 1 iiincm
a a j t ;
- SOUTH f
North-Sou lh vul.
East Sooth West
Double Pass I A
Pass JN.T. Pass
Opening lead A I
South would have had no trou
ble against a spade opening lead
in today's hand. He begins with
six solid diamonds and two aces,
and a spade lead would develop
his ninth trick. The club opening
lead was far more troublesome.
If South, tried to knock out the
ace of spades, the enemy would
take four club tricks. H South did
nothing about the spades, he could
take only eight tricks.
There is a way out. south pro
ceeded to win tne first trick with
the ace of clubs and run the six
diamonds. East bad to find five
East began hf discarding two
spades and two hearts. Nothing;
hurt him. until the last diamond;
was led from the dummy;--
East couldn't discard a club, fori
that was the setting trick. South!
would be able to lead a spade, I
giving up one spade and only three i
a-i55K.ji 1.41 u hi i W9 wpiiv mm mil mi i .in mmmmmm
if ( i
it 1 i
fi1 I r
irtf iiftr- i in aK. W.
SWEATER LETTER CIRLS-Tho three granddaughters of
Sen. John J. WUliams (R-Del). leave no doubt as to their fa favorite
vorite favorite candidate in this year's election. The girls, daughters of
Mr and Mrs. J R Baker of Millsboro. DeU are Holly, 4; Lor a,
7; and Janet, 10. oamw&ifr-
Promoted To Sp-3
With US Army
BAD KREUZNACH, Germany
Carlos D. Abrahams, 26, whose
wife, Cynthia, lives at Rich
mond, cam., recenuy was pro promoted
moted promoted to specialist third class
while serving with tne 2nd-Evacuation
Hospital in Germany.
Abranams, a medical main maintenance
tenance maintenance man, entered the Army
in August 1954 and completed
basic training at -Fort Sam
Houston, Tex., before arriving
overseas in May 1955.
ue is a 1S54 graduate of paci pacific
fic pacific Union College and a former
mechanical engineer for the
Roberts Engineering Co. in El
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ce-
cllio Abrahams, live at Sabanl-
tas, colon, R.P.
Aurora Lodee No. 523. IBPOEW
hold nomination and election of
officers for the July December
term Monday night with Mike
Lazarus, Grand District Deputy
for the Republic of Panama and
Canal Zone presiding.
The nomination and elections
were hotly contested with the fol following
lowing following results:
Federico Hawkins, esteemed
leading knight (re-elected). Theo-
philous King, esteemed loyal
knight; E. Davis, esteemed lectur-
D. Hyde, inner guard and Samuel
Fields, tyler (re-elected), Ronald
Smith, who had been acting sec secretary
retary secretary since March, was elected
as financial secretary.
TODAY - TODAY
, ANOTHER U. A. RELEASE!
W -- 1
MIDNIGHT SHOW! ' V
ANTHONY QUINN nd PEGGY CASTLE, In
How about' that- Frencn coome
Genevieve Page, who wul be Hol Holly
ly Holly wood-bound soonft 'The beauty
who played opposite Boh Mitchum
in the full-length "Foreign 'In 'Intrigue,?,
trigue,?, 'Intrigue,?, i was asked about bust
measurements. i : "
"I "have 'no interest in dimen dimensions,"
sions," dimensions," shrugged Genevieve. ."I
even aenl my butl to buy my
The Witnet: A cocktail party for
Murray' Arnold's piano' album,
I bow nuny !.! a cars to admit
to the U.S. Uiis year 't nr
, VISITING DOCTORS
' FIFE i LAKE( Micb.',tUP)For
2i years- thii northern Michigan
itv flidn't have, a doctor.
Village officials raised 'tnonev to
remoaei a uumuus
and two doctors from Kalkaska
in nncn branch offices
Thev come to town 'four
mornings and two nights a week,
IT COULD ONLY HAPPEN IN TEXAS
story of the moat
amazing paople In
- 'ALSO SHOWING MONDAY! 6:15 ft :34
nARf n HTS Fred MacMurray Charlton Heston
. . Donna Reed
c:u :si FAR HORIZONS"
1 1 . Sunday "TRACK OF THE CAT"
si. on a Judy Holllday and Jack Lemmon
tis "IT SHOULD HAPPEN TO YOU"
- Sunday "STRANGE LADY IN TOWN"
rATIIht i The mighty musical of the Mlsslssippil
Si "SHOW BOAT"
. Sunday "THREE STRIPES IN THE SUN" :..
MARGARITA ?nk r?dJ,Ig?" Castl? V
i CIS ft 100 FINGER MAN
. Sunday "THE FAR HORIZONS"
Rory Calhoun Shelly Winters
, Gilbert Roland
TThe Treasure of Pancho Villa"
Sunday ft Monday "TEXAS LADY"
t:U ft 1:15
; PARAtSO "It Came From Beneath The Sea" ft "Al Jen-
nings of Oklahoma" f
S 8ANTA CLARA -Robert Ryan to The City Beneath the Sea'
! AMP BIERD "The Killer's Kiss" ft "THE PROWLER"
East couldn't discard the ace of
spades, for obvious reasons. East
therefore had to .discard a, third
heart.' in "Xhe hope that West could
take care of that suit,. -i i. f
South had noticed the fall of the
eight,, the jack, and then the queen
of hearts. He had also noticed
East's evident distress. South there.
fore continued by cashing the ace
of hearts. This dropped the king,
setting up South's ten as his ninth
trick. - ...
To Be Offered
At JWB Tomorrow
The monthly "Variety NI arht"i
at.the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center tomorrow at 8 p.m.
will offer a varied program of en entertainment.,
tertainment., entertainment., Pvt. Bernard Cohen
of Fort Clayton will act as master
The nroffram inrlnri- Acrnr.
dion selections bv SPi Paul T. Rn.
da of the 37th Engr., JAGS. Fort
Clayton; barber shop music by
the Pan Can Alley quartet; chor
al singing oy tne Fine Arts choral
group of the 1953 Lo Boca Jr. High
School Glee Club;; violin selections
by A-2C Ernest Guelielmo with
S-Sgt. William Johnson as accom
panist ana vocal selections by
Pvt. and Mrs. Lewish Sherman.
TV Hold Picnic
The United Health and Burial
Scheme of Panama will hold its
fifth annual picnic to Puerto Pilon
on the. Fourth, of July. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements are being made to have all
busses leave in convoy from the
Sugar Bowl at 7:30 a.m.
Tickets may be obtained from
any member of the Scheme or pur purchased
chased purchased at the Sugar BowL
The picture that,
won I Academy
RELEASE JUNE 12 at the
: v The boldest story
of love you have ever
been permitted to see I
ahw rtmritt MARISA PAVAN BEN COOPER
: wllk Vlnlinia Qrrr Jo Via FUt Saiulro Oilio Dirmtodl by
, DANIEL MANN Rnwnalar by TENNESSEE WILUAM9
AdwtaUaM by HAL KANTER
Bw4m (h Itaar, THE RO8K
TATTOO" by Tunm WUliaaw
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presents at your favorite nightclub
CLUB HAPPY LAND
' the famous international-dance troupe
Mith lovely LITA ENHART originator of the "Mexiconga' t
and talented AMILCAR CORTES primer bailarin
38:30 & 11:30 p.m. 1:30 a.m.
TEZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPEXDFNT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JTXE f, 1SJ
Fneud Becomes Mahrs First Tern-Game Whinev
Pirate Hurler Sets Sights
On Surpassing Grimes' 25
Victories For Pittsburgh
By FRED DOWN
; NEW YORK, June 9 (UP) Bob Friend gained
the honor of being the major leagues' first ten-game
winner today and set his sights on becoming the
Pittsburgh Pirates 4 biggest winner since Burleigh
Editor:, CONRADO SARCEANT
To Gain Championship Chance
By JACK CUDDY :
Grimes notched 25 victories in 1928.
The ia-year-old" right-hander
trained his loth decision of tne
season, when he shut out the St
Louis Cardinals, 2-0, in u in in-niniri
niniri in-niniri last nlrtit to Ditch the Pi
rates into undisputed possession
or second place, a was menu s
second shutout In two tries a-
ralnst the Cardinals and he al-
n. hu tossed four one-run
rames In a brilliant 10-3 cam
paign, r i
The Pirates have had only
four 20-eame Dltchinu seasons
tnK orimes' 25-eame cam
paign, Ray Kremer scoring 20 in
1930. Truett Sewell notching 81
In both 1943 and 1944 and Mur-
ry Dickson gaining 20 in isi.
, The 40-year-old Dickson was
the hard-luck losing pitcher
' last night, matching pitch for
pitch with Friend for 1 In Innings.
nings. Innings. During that period he
' finned 'ght batters and
walked only one while Friend
' struck out nine and issued four
bases en balls.
In the 11th, however, Dick
Cole and BUI' Vlrdon singled
with toe out. Dickson retired
Let Walls but then Dale Long,
coming through as he so often
hu h Friend's eames, broke the
scoreless deadlock with a sin
gle. Frank Thomas followed with
another single to give r nerni an
f Friend, who struck out Stan
Musial with the bases filled to
ret out of trouble la the 10th,
retired the Cardinals in order in
! The Cincinnati Redlegs re
tained possession of first place
when they beat the Brooklyn
Dodgers. 6-4r for their fifth tri triumph
umph triumph without a loss against the
world champions this season. A
crowd of 28.864 saw Johnny
Temple drive In three runs and
IS&ovm incanto J5
1 Susan Hayward, in
1 Jeff Richards, In
"IT 8 A DOG'S LIFE
; in Cinemascope I
today IDEAL 20 .W
I Marion uranao, in
OX THE WATERFRONT'
i cornel Wilde, In
Ed Bailey deliver a two-run
homer for the Redlegs. Frank
Robinson also homered for Cin
cinnati and Duke snider. Rocky
Nelson and Roy Campanella hit
round-trlppers for the Dodgers.
'. Johnny Klippstein yielded
seven hits in scoring his sixth
victory of the year and th'rd
in three tries against the
Bill White and Willie Mays hit
homers to lead the New : York
Giants to a 7-2 triumph over the
Milwaukee Braves. The victory
snapped a three-came Giant los
ing streak and handed the
Braves their, seventh defeat In
Robin Roberts suffered his
seventh loss hi 12 decisions and
was ejected from a game for the
first time in his career as tne
Chicago Cubs defeated the Phil
adelphia pniuies, 8-4, in, tne out outer
er outer National League same. Ernie
Banks and Walt Moryn homered
for the Cubs, who have won six
of their last eight games 1 and
lead the last-place Phillies by a
game and a half.-. ;.
In the American League, Ear
ly Wynn hurled a five-hitter, as
the Cleveland Indians beat the
New York Yankees, 9-0, .and
sliced their lead to 3V4 frames
A crowd of 50,853 witnessed the
Billy Hoeft hurled a six-nitter
for his sixth win to give the De Detroit
troit Detroit Titers a 7-0 victory over-the
Washington Senators. Wayne
Belardl and Al Kallne homered
for the -Tigers. Hoeft ; fanned
seven and allowed one baserun-
ner to reach third base.
Billy Klaus' seventh inning
double broke a 3-3 tie and the
Boston Red Sox went on to
down the Chicago White Sox, 6 6-3.
3. 6-3. Willard Nixon went the dis
tance for bis second win and
Bob Keegan suffered the loss.
Sherman Lollar tied a major
leasrue mark bv beta ; hit by
three pitched balls.
Hector Brown yiemed oniy two
hits In 6V4 innings of relief as
the Baltimore Orioles shaded the
Kansas City Athletics, 6-3. Geo.
Kell and Willie Miranda led Bal Baltimore's
timore's Baltimore's 14-bit attack with three
hits each. -.r ?
' YESTERDAY'S STAR Bob
' Friend -of the Pirates, who
f beat the Cardinals, 1-0, in 11
Innings to become the majors'
first 10 game winner of the
Arnold So well f
MIDDLE MAN Arnie Sowell
of the University of Pittsburgh
is the choice of international ex experts
perts experts to win the Olympic 800 me meters.
ters. meters. 1 ; .-,-.--;.-
home you heard .'t'
piano bass and drum :
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnlte to 4:30 a.m. in the
air-conditioned Bajboa Bar.
Nightcap on-tlie-house at 4:30 a.m.)
George also plays the piano
l 10 p.m. 2 jn. Sun., Tues., Wed. Thurs.
In The Majors
(Based on 100 official at bats)
Player and Club ab f h pet
Long, Pitts. 48 170 34 65 .382
Repulski, St. L 33 111 22 42 .378
Boyer, St Louis 47 189 38 67 -.354
Clemente, Pitts. 37 112 18 39 .348
Bailey, Clncl. 37 116 18 38 .328
Mantle, N. Y. 49 185 50 74 .400
Maxwell, Del 38 113 27 43 .381
Vernon, Bos. 36 127 22 47 .370
Kuenn, Det. 45 187 30 68 .364
Berra, N. Y. 40 151 33 53 ,353
ifc. iWx,,,,;. mimm .,.i,i.. !.!
f TODAY'S GAMES 'V
Pittsburgh at St Louis
Brooklyn at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Chicago'
New York at Milwaukee
Thanks to the two judges,
Fatterson won what actually
was a very one-sided decision
while Kessler somehow voted
for Jackson, six rounds to I've
with one even. ,
TTe.W vnfa .inn. 1 rltK
Jackson's ability to rot the dls-
utucc, were me oniy .two sur
IirlSM Of th .vanfm D..
calmly iubilant Pattrnn YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
fessed no amazement, .at the Philadelphia 100 300 000 4 9
latter MrfArm.nu nhlpaorn Ah(i 10(1 Mir. 7
. yw.v.u.M . .V...WH&V -
"I never rilrt think- t'j i..k Rnherti AMI. Mever and Lo-
- - u V
iiim ouv said the former Olym- PaMU
ic uiwnpion wno now will meet
ii in jarrni . v.
Marclano's abdicated title come Landrith.
"That Jarksnn im m l rviffht Game)
Tnm T1llffh..t . .... I nwvr.lrllM A
ne n lirH tn .if i
... - : wy sua actual-1
ly I needed to go the 12 rounds Campanella.
PW" omeuung to myself
and to the fans." .
That ; was. Vitlmnn .oU
i miu ma
ANOTHER HITCHCOCK William M. Hitchcock. 17, cord
foTHJhtleT Hilhnrt Brookville in his bow j poo
plaVer at Bethpaee.1 Long island, "x Young Hitchcock s father
I0-Boaler Tommy. -ws rajed .by many as the same s eratsi,
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? (Air-Conditloned) June 1
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FORD CO. I"''! BALBOA Term. Bldg. TeL 2-1905
Mantle, Yanks . . . ... . 21
Berra, Yanks ( 16
Long, Pirates 16
Boyer, Cards ... 14
Post, Redlegs 13
Banks, Cubs . ;.. ... .7. 13
Bauer, Yanks 13
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ...... 52
Boyer, Cards ............ 48
Long, Pirates 44
Berra, Yanks 42
Simpson, Athletics ...... 39
,; r? RUNS
Mantle, Yanks . 60
Bauer, Yanks . . . .,, . 38
Boyer, Cards 38
Blaslngame, Cards . 37
Yost, Senators ......... ;.,36
'4:tr 'jV:,,;-. HITS -k'
Mantle; Yanks .i,V74f
' Kuenn. Tlgers i f 68V
Boyer, Cards ,........,.67
Long, Pirates .. .. . u. 65
Ashburn, Phils ,,.. 57
(Based on 6 Decisions)
W L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs... 7 0 1.000
Brewer, Red Sox .... 8 1 .8
McDanlel, Cards .... 4 1 .800
Lemon, Indians 7 2 778
Wilson, White Sox ... 7 2 .778
Pierce, White Sox .. 7 2 .778
The finals of. the Lucky Strike
a m n v All niiiTu w in u 1 1 lir w
will- be played tomorrow at the
oamooa uoii uiun.
T iiiir Rtrlke'a return to ffOlf
tournaments has been a big suc
cess so far. ... ; k k ..
The pairings wnrcn were uswo
earlier uua wwn uv-
best in eolf to all who come out
to watch. Let's make this last
day one to remember, come on
out to Gamboa and cheer for the
man of your choice.
Presentation of the beautiful
silver prizes donated by Lucky
Makibbm shortly after the com-
pietion oi tne iasv mavcu. m wm
be a treat to those who have not
seen the silver prizes to witness
this presentation. i-
: LUCKy Struce awo mviiea out
and all to the cocktail party
that will start as soon as the
presentation of prizes Is com completed.
pleted. completed. You havep't tasted man man-hattang
hattang man-hattang and martinis until you
hm tvinri t.hnsA mada hv our
club president, Harry Munyon
tlended with Genius;
& Mellowed with Age
Tn Mar kfatesiT
i Wlsatwt ir
IsvrWk WhtskT DietineM
Warn, teartuwin m LU. tt
FINEST SCOTCH WHISKY
CIA. HINNIOUIZ, S.A,
AVfNIDA SOUVAA 7I COLON j
For Wexl Week
Registration, for the summer
program or activities at the
Balboa Gymnasium will hn h,irf
on Tuesdav. Wednexriav Winr..
aay and Friday; jvme. Ji, 13 14
Children who are Interested In
takine Dart in the ar-tivltiP. thi.
summer .shold register at the
uym on one of these days; be-
jween, me nours oi a.m. and
12 noon. The nrocram will nff
clally get started on the 18th. of
Basketball Is th nn .an
uu to uie aDove. imormatlon
Boys who are int.prpstei in niav.
ing in one of the three basket basketball
ball basketball leagues at the tTVm 4 Vila
summer should watch the news
papers ior information on this
pnase oi tne program.
The Elks Leaie tnr f tiih
avuuui ooys wm conunue their
practice games during the week
Of June llth tn 1t.h ctarMr .f
J p.m. The Intermediate League
juiugr mgn ooys WW play
practice games during the week
awuunjr as i p.m. eacn nay.
The Cub T.PHo-1il tnr nnvm Ksi.
tween the ages of 8 and 12 Will
play their practice games dur during
ing during the week- tarfin t a nm
Registration for these leagues
i Ashburn, cf
Lopata, c ......,.....
Ennis, If ..,.
Mever. n ....
So remember, see you at tne has already been held, but boys
presentation of prizes at the desiring to sign up for one of
completion of this year's Lucky thenv should come to the wm
during the times listed lor the
practice games. -; :
The other activltlM that, n.m h
offered this summer for children
peiween a ana 12 years.of age:
archerv. tumhlinu lrflma tsnv
Ab R n f Ports. For the teenagers
- T Visa M.tll la Mkll.Mi..ie
NEW YORK. June 9-(UPI
Flovd Patterson, a tan tleer with
lancing fists, beat both Tommy
Jackson and Harry Kessler last
night to move within one step
01 in nea vvweiirui. cnammuu-
shlp of the world.
jacKSon, equipped only with a
pair of red 'leather mittens and
a DumDkln-sized heart, van the
opponent Kessler, who must
have been watching some other
fight, was the referee.
Teams 1 ',-W L .Pet.
Cincinnati . 28 18 .609
(Pittsburgh ,.26 118 591
St. Louis .27 20 Al
Milwaukee I .21 '. 17 ; 553
Brooklyn ,, ,23 21 523
New York . .18 26 .4US
Chlcaro . .16 28 J81
Philadelphia-.. .15" 29
New York .
Patterson added., i knew he'd Cincinnati
he wiped an unmarked f ace st- Louis 000 000 000 000 6
3?tflerlle go a distance
(or U 3D nrvinia w....
- ADnnrntl Mm, Vnrk-
fk. ii e among "r 7
i5e 155 spectators saw it like Milwaukee
ine third man. in th ri- m. s v
risolcln. J- .w8. nui
vcw torrent nr utA
Kssler explained, "In most of
the rounds, Jackson led for
fJh tnree Mhiutes. To
me, it's; a 1 question f how
manr punches make up for
at It Yet th; k".1""?
,tlon but that Patterson battered
j.i.merciiessiy, hurt ,blm
often, several times had him on
the vergeof dream street and
never once wn hnrf .i
From mV'aoaf 'd....-
lit m. ttn'T. nln rn...J. 1
'two and. one evn: vni. t
was.'itu Uie majority, lU54'tcl
! TOnrthtnfrtnn .'. Rirt-ttb vtri. Ann minnn n it a
McCall and Westrum. Washington 000 000 0000 6 2
, Crone (4-3). Sleater,. MurffJ Hoeft (6-2) and House.
Jolly, Johnson, Phillips and Pascual (27), Stewart, Clev
er andau. enger and FitzOerald.
Mlksls, 3b .
Baker, 2b ..
Banks, ss ....
King, If ..j,..
Moryn, rf '..
I Kaiser, p 1 0
0 1 tnere wui be voUeyball, bowllnp.
l ipiuiuj, ( vcBin aporw, games
0 iltumblins; and individual pports!
llhere wiU also be a limited num-
12 ,er 01 tawe s games such, as
0 0 cnecxers, scrabhie, domines, and
10 n'ng pong available during the
n o day. .-,
O il Reidstration v for all activities
0 2 except tne basketball will start
0 0 on uesday, June 12, and continue
a a throiio-h IPrlriav Tun. ic
j -9 to 12 noon. Activities will start
A A UU 4UI1B 10.
Bcb Bbyfctk llurk
Over Stasr Kings
NEW YORK. June O fTTPi.
A brilliant two-hit shutout hv
Bob Blaylock moved th Prh Pa
ter Red Wings within 2V4 games
"i jinst piace in tne. intanauon
The 21-VCar-oM rhrhthanHar
from Chattanooea. Okla.. was
giren a two-run lead in the sec second
ond second when catcher Dick Rand
Clouted a homer with nn man
on against Vicente Amor of the
uuoan sugar Kings and ne made
that margin stand up all the
way for a 2-0 decision. The
wings collected only four hits
i The win enabled Rochester to
gam ground as league-leading
Montreal dropped a 10-lnnlne.
3-2 decision to Columbus. Ray
Herbert Ditched all the war for
an eight-hit victory.
in otner games last night,
lanky Don Cardwell of the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins Ditched a three-hit
shutout over Buffalo, 8-0, and
Toronto blasted 16 hits for a 10-
3 victory over Richmond.
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: On a nla at Urn.
how much leeway i Hvn th it.h
erblocking th.Vunn?- J.ck K WV
NEW YnRTT Inm 0 liro
U --. 1 vt
a' a 1 1 ne hicr nnr.QAa mn tArim. Im
... i v w r .
. jstaxe races at rive trades.
I m A. A. A. a 1
30 5 7
' a Singled for Kazanski In
b Struckout for Meyer In 9th.
160 800 000
. 400 100 00x-5
SUMMARY Errors. King,
Roberts. RBI. Lorata.' Banks. 3.
Morvn. Greenerass. Roberts. 2b:
Lopata, Jones. HR: Banks, Mo-j
ryn. st wrusenant, vaienunetu.
SF: Greengrass. Left on base:
Philadelphia 8. Chicago 7. Base
on balls:. Kaiser 2, Roberts 2,
Mever 2. Valentlnettil. Strike
outs: Kaiser 1. Robert 2. Meyer
1. Valentinettl J. HO- Kaiser in
3 2-3. Roberts 5 in 3 1-3. Valen-
imetti 3 in 5 1-3, Meyer 2 in 4 2 2-3.
3. 2-3. Runs anri flamed Runs- Wol.
ser 4-4, Roberts 5-4, Valentinettl
Ton attraction Is the ssn nnn
added Argonaut Handlcan at
Hollywood Part. "Swaps" carries
top weight of 128 pounds against
seven other including "nnhhv
iBrocato" and "Porterhouse."
The Preakness winner Calu Calu-met
met Calu-met Farm's "Fablus" tops a
field of 11 three.vear.nMa in the
Leonard Richard Stakes at Del
aware park.-other stake favo
rites are- Princess Turia to the
Poaching' Cluh American rtak-a
for three-year-old fillies at Bel
mont ram... "swoons son" m
the Chicagoan Stakes for three-year-olds
-at Balmoral... and
"Fisherman" In the Macomber
Memorial Handicap over the
Suffolk Downs Turf Course,:
tinettl (2-1). Loser: Roberts (5 (5-7).
7). (5-7). Umpires: Boggess, Dixon,
nAVMian Plnalll IHrn.. 4an A
0-0, Meyer 0-0. Winner: Valen- tendance; 5.068. .. : .t,
Q. A game was called' because
01 rain after 30 minutes. On an-
other occasion, the teams waited
more than an hour before cancel
ing. Isnt there any time limit on
now long you wait? Joe Reif.
A. Umpires are supposed to watt
a half hour. After 30 minutes, it
is up to their lodgment whether
to call the game er wait further.
Q. A foul ball is hit aloaide
wira oase. me uurd baseman
moves into the coaching box to
grab it Does the coach have to
vacate the box or can he remain
there? Lou Weston.
A. He must aet out ef the wav
er it is interference. :
Kaiser, Valentinettl (2-1) and
000 201 001-4 T 1
100 020 12X-6 11 0
Labine (3-1)- and
, .- .-
" 1 4 eio
. TODAY'S GAMES '.
Cleveland at New York "' .:
Chicaeo at Boston
K. City at Baltimore (2. D-N)
Detroit at Washington (N) :v
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ;
(Nleht Game) 1
Cleveland 120 030 0309 12 8
New York 000 000 0000 5 1
Wynn (6-2) and Hegan.
Ford (7-3). Mnnernrintt inil
Kansas City 003 000 0003 6-1
uaiiunore 150 000 OOx 6 14 1
Dltmar (4-5), Crlmian, Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, Burtschy- and Thomp-
Klippsteln (6-2) and Bailey.1
000 000 000 02 2 11
(2-0) and Tri-
Friend (10-3) and Foiles.
Dickson (3-5) and Sarni.
014 010 100-7 10
000 200 000-2 7
0 (Night Game)
Chicago 002 001000 S
Boston 101 100 20x 5
Keegan (2-3), Howell
II Nixon (2-2) and white.
1 09 Canal Zone Residents
Complete Water Safely;
And First Aid Cqursej
, H i 1 I
wnv v. irneiri. renresentative
of the American National Red
Cross from Washington, has
completed his lnstructl 0 n a 1
courses in water saiety ana iirst
.1 4w. A-n.1 Vati and ViAS
Ucnial AArttfli-otP. nf instructor-
ship to 109 residents of the Ca-
The first aid instructors are
..mHtmA 4n AnnriiHt. tnnlnr
IJU.l.llU w y ..u.u... .
standard and advanced first aid
courses, xm water saieiy iu-
atntr4i arta niittllflieH til trinfilirt:
classes in beginner, lnwrmeai-
- 1 J-.- a
arsi nrimmpr nnvanran ewnrii
mer, Junior and senior life sav saving.
ing. saving. .'- -W....-... it.
Kneip Is well pleased with the
results attained and feels that
the Canal Zone is staffed with
instructors caoable of carrying;
on the Red Cross Prowam to
both first aid and water safety.
At a graduation ceremony held
in the nhftnt.fr TTnnxa Tuesdav
evening, June 5, the following
people were presented certlf l
Red Cross F?rst Aid Instructors
Canal zone Chapter
Kathleen M Adams. H! 15. Al-
bln, willo O. Anker, Osmond Na-
mamei ausoti, fioitn Kooeria
Balblrnle, Peter James Barr,
Ttettv T.ee Rarrasan Tsmael A.
Barrera, Frank Joseph Barlett,
Mary Louise Bayer, Elizabeth
Ann RealL Frank Rerrv. Patrick
H. Boggs, John J. Bouma, Grace
H. Bowers, Robert Edmond Bou Bou-dreau,
dreau, Bou-dreau, Raymond Herbert Busta-
V.Q H A TX7a Ha V ro rf r vann.fh
R. Coleman, Richard G. Condon,
e. lu. cotton, Kiizaoeui Agee ua ua-vis,
vis, ua-vis, Newton L. Despain, Joseph
F. Dolan, Bruno L. Emanuele,
Janis Louise Ftonegan, f P. F.
Granam, Marion Francis Green,
Phyllis Mae Haack, Hugh D.
Hale, Carlton F. Hallett, Roirer
E. Hamor. Jlmmle Catherine
Hardin, Herman Hessel, Reed
Edwin Hopkins, Jr., Thomas Al-
er w. Watklmt Robert Xt, Wel Wel-born,
born, Wel-born, Ray W, Wheeler. .'.
- Red Cross Water gafety
. Canal Zone Chapter
Edward Clark Allen, novt. Tin.
mas Allen, Coryne Power An- ..
aerson, itos e, Anaerson, iiene
C M. Arbogast, clement La La-monte
monte La-monte Arthur. Bettv Barraa.
so, Javan Bayer, Arnold Benja
min, KODert m. Briage, Charles
Douelas Cheek Jim l.lnvd rlnra-
RalDh Edward nnnine pt.t.
Marie Dunning, Thomas H. Iv-'
ans, jr., jams Louise Ftonegan.
Ronald E. Dreeman, Robert F.
Gould, Jerrold James Haals,
Johnny M. Harris, John Earl
Herchenroder, Shirley Anna
Herrine. Hone nniinveii nimn
John David Jenkins, Oliver P.
.eown, jr., Thomas Allen Kipp,
Edward c. Leswing, Gloria Don Donna
na Donna j Lincoln Mlrilvn UttiM,
Marsh, Alice Madeline McGann,
nuuiua uvia MCKoy, jr., Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Ann Mever. Jack Marvin
Parsons, Oleg Igorevlch Reoutt,
Maurice Alfred Rondeau, Donald
ruowr rcusseu, jr.,- Franx H;
Schmitt, Willard Smith, Howard
Paul Schultx. Beatrice n sun
Julius B, Shevlin, John L.Sisson,
uoroiny j smitn, Peggy Alice
Smith, Ronald Cedric Smith,
RandOlnh fitarlinv Vranlr
Charles Synaklewltz, Julio Nick
i uiwui, cod wmston van win winkle,
kle, winkle, Peter Klaug Weber, Edgar
Answer: Th. e.th-, ... wv Robert Bwrn KBox, Am Jane
the elate aa Ian. k. ha. ""UJooti. wauace LeRoy Luys-
b.ll or is to the ict ef catching H. t ZIJS
Ha caiwM ki-b k. vL,!i bert Mohl, Helen L. Newhard,
the ball hV. h m. " H.iReynplds,John F..Rlce.
Q. With two out and
- -'-golf;::''. y
Four Americana have rearheif
the quarter-finals of the French
Amateur Golf Championship.
Survivors Include Doug gan ganders
ders ganders of Miami Beach ...Jack
Penrose of Miami . Gene An
drews of Pacific Palisades Call.
fornia...and Colonel Wilson
Johnston of Portland, Oregon
mere were 11 American losers
:.slx in the third round yester
day morning and five in the
MUlicent D Rice, Henry Edward First upset of the tournament
Oallna DlnhnrJ wji fltaHHMa I
came to the afternoon, whea
iVllUlUVtlf MJ. AVAVa
1-1 inn sir
V:.. .v. w.i.."7.. iseiiner. Richard B. Simnsnn
The runner tn third h.rf fan. P01?" Canady Small, Theodore Italian amateur chamDlon Fran-
to touch second. He is but on an sinittJL-' AiIrecl Mlx Stanko-co Bevlone beat Walker Cupper
tiwi, v. s. owciia, ucurx:a joe uonraa or Kan Antonio. Te.
appeal. Is the batter credited with SSl nJ! a 5,.GTgi?S- Conraj'
a hit? Lou Barasch. ( Todd, George A. Tully, jr Horn- as, 3-and-l.
' ft & Opaa Niaatlr freai
- CRAP TABUS
1 POKER s
, BAR SERVICE
ll I e7
VT AJtuCaaalHaaiat Salaa
SATURDAY, JTXE 1938
TSZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN ENTJEFEXDEXT DAILY NEWSFAFEB
BadCoMldii9f K.nock R ing Out 0
" (NEA Telepboto)
OCT AT THIRD Bill Virdon, Pirates outfielder, slides Into
tE bL Tttemnted .teal In the sepon d lng,ofth
' Pittsburgh-Chicago Cubs game at Chicago. Catcher Howe
Landrith threw to Eddie Mlksls who made the putout. The
? .. a Pirates won the game, 8-3.
, u BIG TIME COLLEGE FOOTBALL I a buiness, d
could be more unbusiness like than to walk away from "MN.
This explains why the Amy-Notre Dame "newal U be
ed in Philadelphia instead of Yankee Stadium. Here thg
do around $460,000. There, the take will be closer to $ mO.MO.
ToTme of us who have' watched the ame "mm 'rom
seedUna into a nerennlal of heroic proportions against the Man Man-KS'sStolfJand
KS'sStolfJand Man-KS'sStolfJand not without Jg?
vial assist from the metropolitan press, it might be added. . vat
loss Of the lively classic th.' bl town.
sport. Only coiumma is iw u ;- J.Tfhark. the
ministration seems more Interested In halos Jhan halfbacks, the
Lions (the what??) can't last much .toWv . tn
Whether Army and Notre :'StSSKm :'StSSKm-left
left :'StSSKm-left off 10 year, ago. their massive clash fl lUnt acwm
pllshments suu iresn in nrauuw ;m have elven the
It would be sophomorlc ito a,
No public obligation remains once services are fuUy rendered.
TAfc,LV"u, 4a Arm and Notre
rector f athletic .and. head cowsn. wnu ,
Sshrtss w.s srwa?
. . ;.:' M1T0U W?0 VV IP 1?
PiVl CTiVl rv .Alii
It developed the L Mayor -and the "ft
Mayor'. jpoitesman Yyiihi Sta.
: general beamed ine "e'" ntV. theT
Sans- 1) M tacV" seating capacity from 66,000 t. 74 IM;
(21 fix 1 T the teams practically got a free ride. They
Mrt even bother showing them. Pickett la said to have known
rfinhia choice, but he makes it clear himself that the big one
deipnia crtoic? out n ,...,.. .. ..- 200.000." he point-
WBS U1B lK U6" .
ed out. '
ly HARRY GRAYSON
NIA $prt Editor
NEW YORK (NEAj-Sim Boird Boird-Diin
Diin Boird-Diin didn't raise his boy, Larry,
to be a Lghter, but at 20 he has
beaten two world champions and is
the best liehtweieht in the world.
Young Botrdman, who left
Frankie Ryff for dead in the
ninth round of an exciting battle
at Madison Square Garden the
other night, reverses the usual
procedure. The popular and long long-established
established long-established script is for the young youngster1
ster1 youngster1 to come from the ranks of the
under-privileged, battling for grub
Boardman comes from a good
family, didn't have to bust beaks
for a living, became a prize fighter
against the wishes of his parents.
As a matter of fact, Sam Board Board-man,
man, Board-man, ex-pugilist, actually flatten flattened
ed flattened his 15-year-old son in a last
desperate attempt to knock him
out of the profession ue out man
"I'll take this from you,. Pop"
said the kid. letting up, "but no
one else is going to give it to me.
His family life unhappy, Sam
Boardman left his New Haven
borne at 15. He tramped around
the country, fighting as a light light-weiiht
weiiht light-weiiht under different names
wherever he could set by as a 10-
year-old posing as 18, giving away
tons of weight and getting $15 and
swift kick when promised sw.
Drifting back to Connecticut,
Sam Boardman finally achieved
mt measure of success in ousi
ness as a bedding and furniture
manufacturer, owner of a trans
portation franchise and currently
nrnnrietor of a drive-in restaurant
t Mtroorouen. it mues east w
Hartford. He has two daughter
mil an older son who is in me
Niw after two vears of college.
When Larry was 0, Sam made
the mistake of buying him a pair
of gloves. The lad was a pro
from the outset, you tee.
NET CAIN Capt Louise Brmigh, lefVand her doubles
peVnerTshirley fry. hold the Wightman Cup they will help
the United Sutes team defend against the British aide at
Wimbledon. June 15-lf. Then tho Wimbledon Championships.
THE ROSE TATTOO
-the boldest story of love you've ever been permitted to see!
V OPENING JUNE 12 AT THE CENTRAL
THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 OSCARS
LONG AND SHORT OF IT
J WITH BA8S Z4H4A6
J AbtXCATtO, UP FRONT
4j IN TUg COLf QUitsl
ME, TOO )
Master Your Game.
Hitting Behind The Ball
. w ani
yZSrNtA BEACMf XS
By JACKII BURKI
Master ef the Masters
Written for NEA Service
IF the ball Is buried in a trap,
close the face of the club to force
If the ball is lying clean enough
U be chipped, blast it anyway.
If the shot csus tor a ioi ox o-
tmce. d iv the ball baca far en
ough so it can be hit before the
ssnd, even to the point wne you
are almost topping it.
Since hitting behina toe oau u
such an entirely flillerent pro procedure
cedure procedure from the normal shot, it
is wise to practice it. Draw a line
fiolia behind the ball.
Concentrating on in is rui
than the ball, observe tte results
as the flange slides inrougn u
sand. This isn't permitted in actual
i. f enurxe. for under the
Open Site Calls For fill Shots
That Champion Should Make
NEXT! Larry Boardman re returns
turns returns te his reraer and tecend.
Al Larey. after knerkinf eut
Frankie Ryf at the Garden.
"He'd pay kids a nickel or a
dime to fight him." recalls Dad
Boardman, "and each year it got
worse. When he was 15 and in
last Hampton, Conn., High, kids
were being hurt and parents
complaining to the principal. That's
when I tried to knock fighting out
oi us head."
Convinced that his boy was not
interested in anything else, the eld elder
er elder Boardman converted a barn in
to a gymnasium and schooled Lar
ry for nine months, lie tooK urn
sounds off the boy. sent him a
gainst Connecticut semi-profession
als at 124 pounds. He knocked out
five and beat the other.
The elder Boardman then had
(a find an area where an accom
olished fichter going into his 17th
birthday could get work. That
meant Florida. You knew the rest
snd the record 15 knockouts, 10
decisions and z detests u w out
"When Larry knocked out Den
nis Fat Brady and beat Arm and
Savoie late last year." recalls Sam
Boardman, "I either had to lay
him off or send him against the
best.' r. -
"So, when Tony DeMsrco took
sick. I jumped at the chance to
match Larry with Wallace (Bud)
Smith, the lightweight cnampion
in Boston. That out of the way.
told Sam Silverman, the promoter,
to get Sandy Saddler, the feather
Sam Boardman of necessity rusn
ed his boy. Larry, but knew all the
time that he had the best equip equipped
ped equipped and most satisfactory light
weight since,. Tony tanzonerl.-
By HARRY ORAYSON
ROCHESTER;1 N. Y. NEA)--Robert
Trent Jones, famous golf
architect, explains the pressing up
of the East Course of the Oak Hill
Country Club in Rochester for the
United States Open Chsmpionship,
11.1 a :
"Each hole was analyzed in re-
lation to the. shot values and the
abpt-making ot tne expen u
bring out a quality of play that
would make the winner that play player,
er, player, who has played the best through
out four rounds," y m,,tr
Asaii old timer once remark-
d: "Iff hardly unfair to asa m
champion to maae au m
That s wny sues ox uw wyuu
"rigged up," as the touring profes professionals
sionals professionals often complain.
More than $100,000 wai spent in
polishing Osk Hill's East Course
for the 56th edition of the Open. It
has been made lw yarns
00 more than what the layout was
for the U.S. Amateur of M.
The East Course messurei
wayards and par la IMS to
And from tne iooss m uuu.,
whst it will take to win- par golf,
or 280. It goes without ssying that
the winner has to wrap four good
.,4. wether. The East Course
jivuaaa o -n
now is a true test even for a Ben
Hogan at the top ot ms im. ;
u. karJi recMnisea the
-i '7V. h. nn. whrre he had a
4 bagging the 42 Rochester O-
sen and tnat pnenomenw iv j.
.frArdinarV BOlfeT WSS the
...u l in nne-nutt frecnS.
xCf.ni f sirwiv irani uavc
' i. MM A
added." points out Rooen
' KniiBT n was nruuiu aw
. While both the Olympic
and Oak Hill are tree-lined, the
trees here come into more conflict
and will be a greater hazard at
many holes than were those in
'Oak Hill Is probably the most
throughly tree.Iined course since
Dr. Cary Middlecoff won at Me Me-dinah
dinah Me-dinah in 1949," ssys Jones. "These
tree-lined fairways are in no way
Club, unfair, however, and for the most
part punish only shots that are
"Oak Hill has a gently undulat
ing rolling character more in
keeping with the terrain of Merion
than with that of any of the recent
Open Championship courses."
The East Course of the Oak Hill
Country Club is a dramatic bat battlefield
tlefield battlefield for a tremendous field.
STIADY THERE, Brooklyn
pitching has been hot-and cold,
but Clem Labin.e nas been hit.
bard in only one relief job.
rules the sand may not be touched'
by either hand of club before thew
Shot. : ?
Most teachers agree you must &
follow through to play the trap 1
hot properly. Since the follow s
through is the inevitable result of :
hitting down on the ball, you need..
only concern yourself with learn-'
ing the technique of doing just that,
Combined with an open stance.
a downward blow won't permit you .:
to quit on it.
First think only of getting the
ball out of a trap.
Then give consideration to hovr
well you csn do this. ..
NEXT: Until a teller acquires'
confidence in the trap shot, the
tsrget should be the entire greet..
Swing To Left
ROCHESTER. N. Y. (NEA)
The 1956 Americsn Bowling Coii
gress singles championship wit"1'
won by a left-hander for the second
year in a row. r"?
George Wade, 33, rolled 744 ln
Rochester on games of 258, 247 and
239. Last year's winner was south :
psw Eddie Gerzine of Milwaukee,-
with 736. The only other portside1;
titleholder was Msrshall Levey of of-Indianapolis,
Indianapolis, of-Indianapolis, who prevailed with"
824 in 1907. ..,.:
Wade, who mansges a keglinf
establishment in Steubenville, OJT
had 24 strikes and nine spares, k-w
Wade hsd carried two 7 pin for;-'
..iv. h. ornuM have established
an all-time record aurpaMing thj.
775 bowled by te Jouglsrd ot De' V-
'trolt in St. iraui in x ?
News Of The
Jenei. '"ROUgO Was
play demandmfcf accuracies from
the tee. Greens were tightened and
framed with dunes to creaw j-
s tions esuing ror surr "",..
m.. v..t rAnr it uhlike the
Olympic Club of San Francisco,
where Jack Fleck beat Hogan in
the play-off a year ago.
"It's unlike the Olympic Club
, several respects," fji"
Jones the trouble maker. The
...... The texture of the rough
will not be quite as evere as it
wss at the Olympic Club due to
the different type, oi graa
ral to each site."
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TH 5AN1TUB CO.. NEWPORT If 1 1
DIES IN FOOL Olympic
free-style swimming prospect
John Glover. 22, of Larclimont,
N.Y, collapsed and died of an
apparent heart attack at New
Haven, Conn. Glover was work
ing out in Yale's payne wmi
ney pol when he suddenly
rested against the edge of the
pool and went limp.
CARTA VIE JA
CONTINUES TO PAY
Prizes for June
3 60.00 (AccumuUted)
DHIINK THE BEST AND WIN MANY DOIJARS
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VINICOLA IJCOREHA and UEST1LEKIA CENTRAL
Mr. Antilln finiret resident nf finahitn Rnr.aa rlel Torn was the Inr.kv winner nf tha9nl nrWa of .t19nAA
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1CFYS TO THE NEW PARAISO HIGH SCHOOL building were presented to Sigurd E. Esser.
SuDertatendent of Schools, after the building was accepted from the contractor. Presenting
th.?keK and Inspection Division. Oeft to
Ji?ht in the Uckerbund, are: Ellis Fawcett, principal of the Paratso High School; Henry L. ;
Donovan Civil AffSStotctor; W" W. Dillon, of the firm of Dillon and Hickman contractor
Iot toe construction of the school building; Col. Hugh M. Arnold, Engineering and Construe- ;
tonectorrcharlej Ta Dubbs. director of Secondary Education; and Kenneth Heliums, Pa-,
ciflc area inspector for the Contract and Inspection Division.
Keef-beating Adlai Turns To Wooing
Uncommitted Convention Delegates
WASHINGTON, June 8 (UP) --now credits Stevenson with 377
AHiai E. Stevenson, fresh trom
his smashing California primary
victory, turned his attention yes yesterday
terday yesterday to uncommitted- delegates
in his drive to win the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic presidential nomination.
His chief campaign advisers will
confer in Chicago this week-end a a-bout
bout a-bout ways of wooing delegates who
are uncommitted, are still to be
' m urhn are. nledsed to fa-
vorite son candidates on the first
' Tht Stavtnson goal U a taeond
r third ballot victory. M;
p..r. f.Hy eorialn
STShm 450 first b.H.t vot
at tht mtional eonvontion. Ho
iTnitiH P r e 1 1 tabulahon
If o fellow sows wild oots long
nough he'll get to looking jeedy.
votes from committed delegates or
those known to prefer him on the
first Ballot. j
This does not include a sizable
block of Southern delegates who
lean toward him as a middle-of-
the-road candidate. -While
Stevenson's campaign ad
visers are mapping their strategy
in Chicago, the former Illinois gov governor
ernor governor will remain in California for
a holiday., He apparently need a
rt after hii bruisini nrimary bat-
tit with Sen.. Estes Kefauver (D-
Many! Oemteratt btlitvt Kt Kt-ftuvtr
ftuvtr Kt-ftuvtr was killed off by his shin
nln0 dtftat In California but tht,
Ttnnttstt Otmtcrat Insists ha
will ctniinut in tht ract
Stevenson's advisers are so con
fident that their man had .nut
Kefauver out of the .race tney
otii.iiv r tveini delegates com-
mittori tn mm on me iirsi unuut
but not tied firmly thereafter.
These include 28 conventions
votes from Indiana and 18 from
. Stevenson and his backers now
r.n Averell Harnman of
New York as their chief opposi opposition.
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo )
may become a formidable dark
hri. hut onlv if the Stevenson
camnaien falls apart.
The Stevenson group will give
hi attention to 10 states
.;k onnvrntinn votes. Which
H1UI -. ..... 1,1
hnn neieeaies. i m
wiU be named by state conven
tions or executive committees.
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GREAT LOVE SONGS t
If f I f
h h i 1
Sen. Estes Kefauver
These states are New Mexidb.
Arizona. Tennessee, Washington.
Kentucky, Mississippi, Colorado,
Virginia and Arkansas. New York
still must select delegates at large
with -12. votes. : -v-h-y,
Also considered fertile territory
by the Stevenson backers art Mas-
sachusets, whose 40 votes "are
committee to Rep. John W. Mc-
Cermack (D-Mass.) on the first
ballot, and New Jersey, which has
35V uncommitted votes.
Jay ne Throb
NEW YORK. June (UP) Ac
tress Javne Mansfield showered
kisses today on the blackened left
eye which : muscle man Miciey
Hareitav received in a fight in
Mae West's dressing room.
I irk. wrin
tieht-fiUina red wool dress, met
the six-foot-two, co-ouna nargi-
tay as he arrived here from
Washington after being fired by
Miss West. The strong-man liffcd
Jayne up and held her in his arms
shortly, after he stepped from an
HarBitav claimed Miss Whest
fired him from his job on her show
because of his romance with Miss
Mansfield. Miss West has said she
had planned to get a new muscle
man anyway, ,.
In any ease, Hargitay deaied
today that he aid Chuck Krsus Krsus-er,
er, Krsus-er, another heavy in the Mat
West show, had fought aver
Miss West. ..
"Nt It-year-old fellow would
fight over a nearly 70-year-old
woman," Hargitay said.
Javne chorused. "He did not hit
Krauser one .time. He did not try
to. He would have killed tht man
and what would Mickey do with
murder ran on his shoulders?'
Krauser has a build similar to
Hargitay. Krauser is six feet two
and weighs zzu.
"Mm aald to me that I would
have to get on the phone, call all
thm newsnaoers ana SSV inai uiu
romance was stricuy a -pumici-
ty stunt She was very mad. 1 couia
nt An if Hartrittv said.
Hargitay has known Jayne for
threa weeks. "This is a natural
thins- between a man and a worn
an," be told reporters. "When we
met. I Kit mat 1 anew ner wr
long time. Nothing like this ever
happened to me before. Our per personalities
sonalities personalities match. There is a vibra vibration
tion vibration between us."
I lillon Eisenhower
Resigns As Chief
Of PeiinsylYunia U
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., June
(UP) Dr. Milton s. Eisenhower,
who aerwed the federal govern
ment in advisory capacities under
thret presidents, last night an
nounced ma resignation as proi
dent of Pennsylvania SUte Univer
sity for personal reasons."
AN INDEPENDENT CHS DAILY NEWSPAPFP :
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, B. P SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1956
Bargain-Counter Buying Of Freedom
Isn't Insurance Enouah Sez Dulles
AMES,' la., June 9 (UP) Sec- "When dealing with the peace I speech was entitled "The Cost of .dation," obviously referring to Rua
.. r ct.i. Tk. ct. n..ll..i.J . it.:. -.:;.. u ;.Id.... d..; si..i..., u w
retary of State John Foster Dulles
warned today that deep foreign
aid cuts may increase "the risk of
war. i :
He said the foreign aid program,
which the House cut by $1.1 bil billion,
lion, billion, is a vital part of this country's
$40 billion 'peace insurance policy'
which includes national defense as
well as overseas aid.
Both are expensive but neces
sary, he declared.
Dulles made no direct refer
ence to the House cut but he made
an impassioned plea for the aid
program. The administration hopes
the cut will be at least partly re restored
stored restored by the Senate.
'. Dulltt alsa said "a ntw day
may bt dawning" in Russia that
will load tvtntutlly to a decent
But ht cautiantd that "it won't
com this ytar tr tht next." Ht
tmphasiztd tht United S 1 1 1 1 s
must kttp its guard up for tht
Commenting on foriegn aid cuts,
and security of this natiion, it is! Peace." President Eisenhower told sia.
risky to seek bargain-counter
prices. Cut prices may not save
money except by increasing the
risk of war."
Dulles made the statements in
a major foreign policy address
prepared for commencement exer
cises at Iowa State College. His
his news conference last Wednes- "But there are signs that a new
day that he had read the speech day may be dawning," he said.
in advance and strongly endorsed
Dulles said no responsible U.S.
administration ever will put faith
in "protestations of peace and good
will that have no dependable foun-
Hoax Sea Bailie
Ends In Arrest;
A Save Face
! . J i
FIRST REEDER Enough to
make a Venetian blind is this
Paris-designed swimsuit, made
it reeds tied with two-way
stretch fabric. Topping the cre creation
ation creation is a lamp-shade-type hat
made of the same materiel.
4:21 a.m. 10:46 t.m
4:47 p.m 11:10 p.m.
, AGNES D. BANNIGAN
AWARD WINNERS Agnes
Diane Hannigan, 17, was an announced
nounced announced last night as the win winner
ner winner of the $500 scholarship a a-ward
ward a-ward made annually by the
Balboa Lions Club. The daugh daugh-ter
ter daugh-ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.
Hannigan of Balboa, she was
graduated Thursday from Balboa-
High School with her
twin brother Joseph C, Jr.
She will attend Colorado State
Teachers' College at Greeley,
Colo., and will major in busi business
ness business education. ,.
The educator's announcement
waa disclosed shortly after he left
the Penn State campus by plane
for the bedside of his ailing broth brother.
er. brother. President Eisenhower, at Wal-j
tpr Reed Army hospital.
ir.inhnwer told university trus
tees in a letter dated June 7 his
resignation will be tf fective "no
later than December 31." He ssid
be wss resigning with "utmost re
Dr. Eisenhower explained verbal verbally
ly verbally he had reached his decision as
inn mm a month aco. He said he
honed tht public would not link
the action with the illness of h
The letter nf resignation empas
hized Dr. Eisenhower had not
Hriderf uoon his future professional
resDonsibilitv. To forestall "heed
less speculation." he said he had
"no intention of joining tht staff
f ), Hsrl onvcrnment.
r.nnrBa H. Dieke. president of
the board of trustees, expressed
regret and said the board will ask
nr. Eisenhower to reconsider his
vThere is nothing this board
would not do to keep the services
of Dr. Eisenhower." Diekt said.
Snow And Heat
ROME, June 9 (UP) -A wintry
storm dumped 18 inches of snow
on the Italian Alps today. A heat
wave bbstered Sicily off Italy'!
Tht temperature dropped to 21
degrees in tht .Formazza Valley
and saow fell as far south as the
Pescocostanzo area in the Apen Apennines
nines Apennines 90 miles east of Rome. Sicily
sweltered in heat that reached 86
degrees in the shade.
SEOUL, Korea, June I (UP)
National nolice arrested th com
mander of the South Korean Coast
Guard yesterday and charged him
with a hoax that caused an inter international
national international incident.
They, said Kim Ok Kung, 47,
officially reported a "sea battle"
that never took place.
The false report resalted In
tht Republic of Korea charging
Commnnist China with open ag aggression.
gression. aggression. Korea's military chiefs
announced they would "shoot
and. sink" aay Communist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese fishing vessel crossing Ko Korea's
rea's Korea's claimed 44-mile sea border.
Polict said tht hoax was an ef
fort to "save face" and explain a
way the embarrassing loss of four
Last Dec. 25 a Coast Guard pa
trol boat captured a Chinese fish
ing vessel. Four Coast Guardsmen
went aboard while tht vessel was
being towed to port'
The Chinese crew overpowered
tht guards, cut the tow line and
escaped without a shot being fir fired,
ed, fired, police said yesterday.
. To cover the incident, ponce
said. Kim ordered the commander
of the patrol boat to tire a ma
chine stun into his own craft and
report that he had been attacked
by a fleet of armed Chinese Com
munist vessels. The official report
said the four Coast Guardsmen
were lost in the "intense" five
and one-half hour battle.
llftxA. i ii iiisimsiissaaaistJafaattw iW -w-.
MAJ, GEN. LIONEL C. McGARR waves farewell at Fort Kobbe
yesterday after a review in his honor. Almost 4000 troops of
.the United States Army Caribbean were on hand to say good goodbye
bye goodbye to the general, who left last night for the States. Md.nrr
will become Commandant of the Command and General Staff
College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, July IS. Succeeding him as
USARCARIB's commanding general will be MaJ. Gen, Thomas
, .-.7.M. L. Harrold, who will arrive later this month. ;
- (U.S. Army Photo)
- : ;-; ' ''
New Army Chief Commander
Harrold Due Here June 25
' ' ? ' , :."
Mai. Gen. Lionel C. McGarr. other than Gen. McGarr. included
who for two .vean ; commanded Mai. Rnhert F. Sink rhairman nf
U. S. Army men stationed here ( the U.S. delegation of the Joint!
left the Isthmus last night for f Brazilian-U.S. Military District;
new duty post. Brig. Gen. William J. Berbeck,
The general has been assigned commanding eenerat of the An
as Commandant of the Command titles and the military district of
The Soviet rulers now profess to
renounce the doctrine that violence
is a necessary part of their .for .foreign
eign .foreign policy." : V
- Ht noted that Stalin is being
dtsanctifitd, tht Christian Biblt
is bting published again in Rue
ti for the first time in yaars
and tht Russian people art get getting
ting getting mort personal ttcurity.
Both in Russia and the captive
nations, he said, there is an "in "intense"
tense" "intense" demand for more freedom
from fear, r '
"Out of all of this there may
come not this year, or next year,
but some year a government
which is responsive to the just as-
pirations of the people and which
renounces expansionist goals,
"Enough is happening to make
us confident that if we remain
strong,, if we support freedom and
make evident the blessings of lib
erty, that policy will prevail.
Nevertheless, Dulles said, the U.
nited States will have to continue
its mutual security and defense
programs "so long as the danger
persists." He said Russia is now 1
spending 20 per cent of its nation national
al national output for 'military and foreign
policy purposes hostile to the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, As long as this is so,
he said, "we may have to expend
about 10 per cent of our gross na
tional product, as we are now do doing,
ing, doing, lor peace insurance' purpos
and General Staff College at Fort
Gen. McGarr' s successor, Maj.
Gen. Thomas L! Harrold, will ar arrive
rive arrive here June 25 to assume com command.
mand. command. He Js now serving as com commander
mander commander of the III Corps Armored
at Fort Sill, Okla.
Brie. Gen. Louis V. Hightower,
the USARCARIB .Chief of Staff, is
Puerto Rico; and Brig. Gen. High-
In addition, the command's Gl,
G2, G3, G4 and aides-de camp
were included in the review party.
Ten aircraft, both helicopter and
fixed wing, fle? is Si'by salute.
SixIcCsi Db In Full
As Trt;:dy Strikes
Two Festive Perlbs
MADRID, June i XV?) -Sixteen
persons, including five children,
died last night when a building
floor collapsed and sent 60 wed wedding
ding wedding guests crashing into the midst
of a party celebrating the baptism
of a baby. ".,-' k
Thirty six persons were injured,
two critically. Police and firemen
worked throughout the night pull,
ine bodies from the ruins. ,
The floor collapsed shortly af after
ter after i p.m. in an ancient building
in the north side of Madrid. It came
as the guests on the second floor
were dancing to celebrate the wed wedding
ding wedding of a young Madrid couple.
In the floor below, a party was
toasting the future of a baby bap baptized
tized baptized that day. r -s? -;
The young married couple es-
caped with their lives. The fate
of the baby, or its parents, was un unknown.
known. unknown. .....
The patrol boat later struck a acting as commanding general
rock and sank. The resulting in
vestigation led to discovery of the
hoax, police soid.
Kim resigned yesterday and was
NEW GEOLOGY PHASE
LOS ANGELES (UP)
University of California scientist
believes that geology is entering a
new uhase as an experimental sci
ence rather than a purely de
scriptive one. Dr. George C. Ken
Yesterday morning. Gen. Mc,
Garr witnessed a mass farewell at1
Fort Kobbe in hia honor.
Men, vehicles and supporting air
sections of the Army massed for
the review held at the Kobbe air airstrip.
strip. airstrip. And altogether, more than
250 vehicles and more than 5,000
:" 'A men took part in the parade.
The dismounted, motorized and
aerial review included troops of
the 20th Infantry at Fort Kobbe;
the 65th AAA Group at on uiay-
" j.. r iT ton: Headauarters and Headquar-
the Institute of Geophysics on tht.terj Detachment at Fort Amador,
university campus here, said tht P"000'1, J0? JTAkr-.n
duplicaUSg of rock-making pres- Clayton the U.S. Army Cantatas
sures and temperatures in tit lab- School for totoe ri
.r.r. u nnf.ii. th. m.v tn'dents. and the Inter American
more nrecise underatanduia 01, ueuueui. pui
Jiock formations and their origin.
Cuban Jackpof Hit By Hotel men, Casinos
And $$$-Seeking Islanders In Gambling
HAVANA, Cuba, June 9 (UP) cional said they were "very pleas- tin, Nat Kong Cole, Maurice Che Che-Cuba
Cuba Che-Cuba hit a multi-million-dollar ed" with the first few months' o- valier, and Dorothy Dandridge to
iackpot when the government .gave Derations. They began to make keep vacationists entertained.
hotels permission to open gambling plans for new and more elaborate! The gambling casinos offer a
Under the command of Colonel
Peter S. Peca. tht troops march
ed review before approximately i,-
-Members of the reviewing party,
At Smog Figures
BERKELEY, Calif. -(UP)- A
:. v:. ..... . ,. I k. k.t.i ,k ...h.L,. MM v.ri.rv .. ,.,.. Th., University of California scientist
The casinos flourished and tour- ling profits exceeded expectations.! have roulette, dice,; chemin dt h" jondgcted research on i smog
1st traffic boomed. Hotelmen said) A number of new hoteU also art, fer, slot machines, horse racifg.1 showing, that the amount of pol-
thsu una haH atiarw inmiT 1 v. nlannrf ti. ni-Avirla fnp lha virrw rtnff racinff: lottery niimhen boli.i lUtaMS U U1C aiT OVCr a OefKiey
cationist could ask for sea, sunbling bonanza that has hit CubaJta. jai alai and even cock fights.
luxury, and now gambling.
Dice tables and roulette are cred credited
ited credited with luring 24 per cent more
visitors to the Caribbean Island
this year than last when 260,000 va vacationists
cationists vacationists swarmed to Havana and
other Cuban cities.
Vacationists are leaving $75,000, $75,000,-000
000 $75,000,-000 a year at the resort hotels and
the casinos and other tourist at attractions.
tractions. attractions. Operaloriw6fbuOCTa'rtTTI-,
sino Internacional at tht Hotel Na-
Th. sovernment allocated funds For the non-gambler there are
for a general public works pro- almost as many attractions, includ-
gram to maxe md more aitrac- mimui8, usuuik, guuuig,
five to the tourist who is content
to pay stiff hotel bills for the privi privilege
lege privilege of gambling. :
New noels, new roads, beach
improvements and. motels are un under
der under construction or planned.
The influx of gambling money
has boosted business in fhe night
rlnha is well as in the hotels.
They are contracting (or auch high.
priced entertainment as iony Mar
baseball, yachting, tennis, and
favorite pastime in Havana
nasta. ". '" ' .1-" ;
if these don't appeal to the visi visitor,
tor, visitor, Havana resorts try to lure a
vacationist through his stomach.
They claim they have some of he
top chefs in the world and offer a
cuisine that ranges from native
cookery,tQ g y arietyplEuropean
residential section varies in what
seems to be a highly predictable
. Dr. Bernard D. Tebbens found
there is a significant increase in
air pollutants during November,
December and January over the
other nine months. He found also
that Tuesdays and- Fridays are
the smoggiest and that Sundays
are the -. cleanest days of the
week. His research shows that
daily peaks of air pollution occur
most" Irequentlyat noontime
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1:15, 3:10, 5:05, 7:00, 1:55 p.m.
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