The Panama American

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

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

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THE FLAGS of the United States and the 18 Latin American' republics represented at the
USAF School for Latin America led a review which was. held this morninsr at Albrootr in

I honor of the Latin American air force officials who will participate in the School's gradua-

wuu uciciuuiuca wjuiuuuw. iiic pursue wuwu inctuaea memoers or tne uariooean Air com-

maiia ana smaeius oi we usAr .sscnooi ior iaun America was xouowed by an aerial dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of C-123, KC-97, B-47, and F-84P aircraft. r . t

ALBROOSCSlSUPERSOIIIC AIRrSHOW

Big Boom, No Bust

, It was all boom and no bust at Albrook today, v i V
An F-84F Thunderstreak jet fighter, diving beyond
the speed of aound high over the field, provided a good
solid boom which, however, did not break anything so Tar
as could be learned up to press tirne

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The flag of the United States

vill be flown from all public

buildings in the Canal Zone to

morrow in observance of Flag

.Day.

1 The designation of June 14 as
Flag Da was made recently by
president Eisenhower in a Trocla Trocla-mation
mation Trocla-mation which called upon the peo

ple of the united States to observe
that day with special ceremonies.
"1 Formal presentation of a United
States flag which has flown o o-ver
ver o-ver the White House in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C., to the Canal Zone
Government will be made at 8o

(clock tomorrow morning at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights bj the Canal Zone

fDepartment of the American Le

gion.'-'' "'" V'-.'" ,'.'
t The flag" will be presented to
'Acting Governor H. W. Scbull, Jr.,

hy Legion commander ggeorge A.
Black, Jr. Following the ptesenta ptesenta-ion
ion ptesenta-ion the Acitng Governor will raise
lie flag on the Administration

Building flagpole. '

Canal Zone residents are Invit Invited
ed Invited to attend the brief presentation

ceremony, and flag raising. Black

will be aecqmpanied at the cere
monies by several of the top A
m eric an Legion officials.

t An address by Black will be
broadcast over CFN at 9 o'clock

tonight. i
!ii Driver Trc:i

Dcns 1.2x1. tbnday

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J jeais 6o v, .,3 tuiut-a on to to-dy.
dy. to-dy. It was part of a review In
honor of visiting Latin American

air force officials who will take

part tomorrow In the graduation

ceremonies of the U&A7 school

for Latin America, at Albrook.

Demonstrated for the first

time on the" Isthmus was the

technlaue of aerial refuellimr.

Both a B-47 Stratojet meaium

bomber and a Thunderstreak

flew low pver the field while at attached
tached attached to a,KCr7 aerial tankf.?.

Besides the plane which creat created
ed created the sonic, boom, a group of
four Tnhnderstreaks demon

strated high speed and forma formation
tion formation flying.-
The Stratojets making their
their first appearance on the

Isthmus, also made a high-speed
flypast.. -.. v

Ponderous tomnared to the

fast Jets were two C-123 car$c
aircraft demonstrated for the

Latin visltours, 1

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Thoueh the let show wan not

for the public, there were- few
people who did not get the idea
that their was aerial action over
the Pacific side about nine
o'clock today. :

Pehem Canal Lists
133 Posiibs Open

. Aproximately 130 positions are

presently vacant m the Panama
Canal organization and are a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable for flUing by transfer of
personnel In the organization.
The, current list of vacant po positions
sitions positions announced yesterday by
the Personnel Bureau covers a
wide variety of occupations In
field and offiqe work. ; -
'Most of the positletis listed
this wok are firf-nrn snrl lnrk-

July 1, ticpendeot on consolida consolidation
tion consolidation of. Canal zone fire lighting
forces.

Also listed are 30 positions as

Health Bureau
Lifts Charges
For First Aid

Charges for visits to the First
Aid Stations of the Canal Zone
Health Bureau will be discontinued
July 1 as a result of several modi.

ncations in the medical tariff an

nounced Tuesday by Colonel

uianes U. Jruce, Health Director.
Other principal changes in the
scale of charges next month are:
A revision of me per diem rates
at Gorgas and Coco Sole Hospital
to include mt average coif of
laboratory service and ditcen ditcen-tinuanc
tinuanc ditcen-tinuanc of sap rata chargts for
thasa aarvicas. : ; -Establishment
of aenarate rates

for Corozal Hospital 4

.uisconumianca of charges for
non-routine laboratory tests for
out-patients at the clinics.
Discontinuance of the present
charge of 125.00 a oint for fresh

blood as a result of the success

of the Red Cross blood bank pro program
gram program at the two hospitals.
Provision of specific charges for
several specialized services not

now listed in the tariff.

Revision of the charges for (fune (funeral
ral (funeral services to establish a direct
relationship between the rates and

tne services furnished. The rates

will be substantially the same as

those now in effect on an over-all

basis. i :

The elimination af Hie pratanf
charges of SO cants to $1.00 for
visits te the First Aid Station
Is expeateel to encourage mora
individual to go to the station
for minor conditions which era
now. neglected or for which pa
titnts go to the hospital Out-Pa-
fi- If f -r 1 inf, fsr.

GETTING CLEARANCE Presidential press secretary James
(Hagerty talks on the telephone with Col. Robert Brewer, For-
.ign Liaison Officer, Department of the Army, as he gets final
clearance beror maSinr nubile President Eisenhmwr' Mix

tion ol a tentative Soviet invitation for all U.S. military chiela
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Eisenhower May Sta rt

Sipping Liquids Today,

The increase In the per diem

rales for patients to cover labors

tory services will amout to 25
centl to $1.00 for Government em

ployes, and 52.60 for pnvate pay

en for five, months of lpatients. At present the laboratory

temporary employment These

positions are at Miraflores Locks

Where an additional operating

crew win pegin worx next Mon
day.

Other positions based on lo-J

callty rates listed are five clerl

cai and one chauffeur lobs. A
knowledge of typewriting or
stenography is required In four

oi me clerical positions.

Three towing locomotive Jobs,

aiso lor a nve-montn temporary

period, are listed for the Pacific
Locks. Other positions now open!

for transfer of Qualified appll

cants are four electrical engi engineering
neering engineering draftsmen, two mechan mechanical
ical mechanical engineers; and one each of

the following: chemist, clerk'

stenographer, electrical engineer,
general engineer, medical X-ray

technician, pipeline s u c t ion

dredge pump operator, orthoper

die technician, pamter-ooay re

pairman, physical therapist. po

liceman, sanitary engineer ana
staff nurse.

Congress AslccdTcr ?1,CS0.C:3

To Correct Pollution Of Canal

A1 special non-credit course 4

inver train ing will begin next
Monday in the Canal Zone Junior

College summer session, Dean
Soger C. Hackett announced to today.
day. today. The course will be open to all
American citizens who are, or Will
he, 17. years of age oh or before
June 18, but who will not have at attained
tained attained their, 18th birthday before
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Tifirafinnn fnr pnrnllino in h. g6

stourse. Enrollment will be limit limited
ed limited to 30 students. Regular tuition
rite will ha rharvpH

I The driver

The driver, training class Will

mt at fi-SO nn Mnnil s anil

Wednesdays in the Balboa; Hiehifor the modernization of

School shop building. The class pe- sewage- disposal of Pacific

WASHINGTON. June Wv (TJP)

The Army has requested Con

gress to appropriate $i,i)60,ooo as
the Defense Department's share

of a project to correct pollution

oi tne Panama canal, it was re

vealed, today.

Col. William It." Shuler. chief
of the construction division In
the office of the deputy Army
Chief of Staff for Logistics, said
the canal Zone government will

nanaie tne remainder of tne
cost t ) (.: ': ,.-.t v. ,.;
At present, he said, raw sew

is being .discharaed. un

treated, at several points In the
canal waters. -s--s; ',.,v;
The appropriation request is
to cover the Army; Navy and Air

Forcp share of an overall plan

tne

side

through La Boca and empty in
to the Canal at Pier 4. :"

The -f, entire ,' project la to be
completed In 1959. Work sched scheduled
uled scheduled for the coming fiscal year

include tne construction of a

treatment plant at Balboa, pump

stations ior Fort Amador, 15th
Naval District and Fort Clayton

and collector systems and force
mains for these three areas and

for Corozal.:1 ;s :

Similar installations for other

Pacific side communities are

scneauiea lor the fiscal year

A mill k. k. j I .t. rnnimiiniriAa It .wo. ..nriAratnnri

fliffl the ronrse will continue, for tnat Canals Zone govern govern-iiight
iiight govern-iiight weeks. ment, which activated the plan,!

I- ; ; ; wui contriDute S940.000.
Upon the satisfactory completion At present work Is in progress
td the course, students will be eli- on the construction of a sewage
t ible to apply for a Canal Zonelpumping station and the install-

Jriver's license. Ordinarily appli- atlon of approximately 5.C0O feetJ
lations for a driver's license are off orce main and outfali. at

tot accepted juntil the applicant is Balboa. The pumping station Is'
ii '. located next to thf Balboa Mag-
Paul R. Kuyoth, who teaches istrate's Court, with the equip-!
ihe driver training course in Bal- ment scheduled to be Installed,
'oa High School in the resular'next fall Th ninf Hn alii mn

chool year, wil be Ihe instructor, from the pumping station' sioa tower ff-Z,

flew Corozal Rdl
Step Site North i
Of Old location
Effective June 15, with the.
demolition and removal of the
Coroial station of the Panama
Railroad, passenger trains will
make the Corozal stop on flag
i at a point approximately 700 feet
north of the former location.
The new Coroial station stop
Is located midway between the
Army quartermaster and ord ordnance
nance ordnance road crossing at a shel

ter shed Just soutlr. of trans mis-

services are billed separately from
the Per diem charges. s

The charges for patient care at
Corozal Hospital are now the same
as those at the two general hos.

pitals. The establishment of a sep sep-arte
arte sep-arte rate "will mean a lowering of

these charges. The rates for Coro Corozal
zal Corozal Hospital will range from $1
to $3.50 a day for patients entitled

to Company-Government rates.
Lala To CcdlEcrly ;

To Rise Ibsenubs

Air YC2S la Court
Nathan A. Sterling had been no

late last Friday night, in fact un

til early Saturday morning. Since
he didn't have to go to work that

morning he decided to get some

extra sleep, maybe until around

noon or thereabouts.

However, Nathan's plan dtdnT

fit in with those of Clarence
Whyte with whom he shared a
room at 0709, La Boca.
Whyte had gone to bed fairly
early Friday night and by 9 a.m.
Saturday morning he was up and
about, listening to his bedside ra radio.
dio. radio.

The programs from thee Tadio

prevented the 29-year-old Sterling,
a Costa Rica from carrying out
his plans to sleep through the

morning so he decided to do some something
thing something about it When Whyte step

ped outside for a moment he pro-
ceeded to silence the radio by re

moving one of the tubes. However,
in his haste to remove the tube it

fell to th floor and broke. :
Whyte went to the police and
accused Sterling of malicious mis.
chief. :" ,,i-.r' I

In Balboa Magistrate's Court

this morning. Sterling was found

guilty of, the charge, Unit J u d g e

John E.; ueming suspenaeo im im-nnsition
nnsition im-nnsition of sentence for six months

on condition he gets the radio re

paired within 60 days.,, ,:?
Funeral Services
For Mabel A. Cave
Set For Tomorrow
.Funeral services for Mrsi. Mabel

A. Cave, of Gatun. who died yes

terday morning in Coco Solo Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, will be held tomorrow after

noon at 2 o'clock m the Colon Hos Hospital
pital Hospital Chapel on 2nd Street.
Special Eastern Star services
will be conducted by the members
of the Coral Chapter of Gatun. Fu Funeral
neral Funeral services will be conducted
by the Rev. R. M. Blakely, of the
Gatun-Union Church.

Interment will be at Mount Hone

Cemelar;,

WASHINGTON. June 13 (UP)

President Eisenhower may sip a
little liquid today for the first time
since his intestinal operation.'

Mr Eisenhower has been fed

- .' he v impiiI stir"ory !;
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ubie t.... ior a giaaui rcuira to

normal feeding, beginning today,

"Around the fourth post-operative

day we win start giving nun liquids
by the mouth," one of his surgeons,
Maj. Gen. Leonard D. Heatin, said
at s news conference a few hours

after the operation last Saturday,

Although he still was in some
pain,'- Mr. Eisenhower yesterday

continued his hospital room "hikes

which keep his muscles In tone
and generally aid in his recupera

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He also look up tha reins of
governmant mora and mora dur during
ing during what White House press sec secretary
retary secretary Jama C. Hagerty called
"another food day an the way to
recovery from the operation."
The surgery bypassed an intastin
al obstruction caused by an at
tack af Ileitis.

. Hagerty aid the President still

was taking limited mild sedation

to relieve j the pain., .

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Dov;nradad Vcrkcr

Congress has approved and sent

to the White House a bill to pro

tect downgraded Federal classi classified
fied classified employes against salary cuts.

according to word received by

Local 595, National Federation of

Federal Employes.

The Senate completed Congres

sional action on the measure last

week. The House bad approved the
bill last year. ., .J

President Eisenhower is expect

ed to sign tne cm into law, even

though the Civil Service Commis

sion had opposed it. CSC officials

said they would not recommend a

veto. .-

. The bill would protect classified

employes against salary; cuts
when the:.- jobs are downgraded

as a result of a reclassification or

dered by their agencies or the

Civil Service Commission. The

employes would not take a salary
cut so long as they remained in
the Job. Once the job was vacat vacated,
ed, vacated, the salary for the position
would be .reduced for the next
person to occupy it, in conform conformance
ance conformance with the downgrade.
Although the employes whose
jobs are downgraded would not
take a cut in salary, they would,
not be entitled to any more with withingrade
ingrade withingrade pay boosts as long as
they were in the job. Also, they
would not be entitled to any future
pay boosts that Congress might
vote tor Federal classified em employes
ployes employes unless Congress specifical specifically
ly specifically Included them in the bill.
The measure ,1s also retroactive
to July 1, 1954. Employes whose
jobs were downgraded between
that time and. the time the bill is
signed into law would be restored
to their old pay scales. However,
they would not receive any back
pay for the loss in compensation
during that period.

j But the pain decreases each

aay, Hagerty told reporters. "It

aiso decreases each day on his
walking exercises. But he is quite
conscious of the fact that he has

nau an operation.
?'' d::in'f LkI 1 il'9 up
and aoiug a jig, Hagarty addad addad-Mr.
Mr. addad-Mr. Eisenhower's- walking exec

ewes rooK mm to an easy chair
where, durmg one sitting up per-

ZZLSX '"r,i document
which he rested on hi ian,. ..,

The President read other officiaH

iirs ana mapped strategy to try

... '"mc m iureign aia program

. my-muided Congress.
7r. Hou' announead
that Mr. iisanhowar will ba un unable
able unable t attend rha Intar-Amari.
can meeting in Panama. City la.
tar this month if it goes ahead
on Mhadula.
' But the State TJphsHm

fled Panamanian President Rin.r.

oo Anas Kspinosa that Mr. Eisen-

nower ."would be. very happy" to
consider Arias' proposal to post postpone
pone postpone the session. Arias gnecesteH

delaying the' meeting for three

weeks.

The conference now in sehprtnlprt

to open June 25, the' anniversary

ui uie uejjinning oi me original
Panama conference in 1826. Arias
offered to delay it .until July 15,
anniversary of the end of the con conference.1
ference.1 conference.1 i ".'(; ,'-":

Mr. : Eisenhowers doctors have

said he should be able to resume
full activity in four to six weeks
after his operation.

Ailing

Ike Talk

Of later Date
For Bpte Meet
V, President Ricordo M. Arias' E. has instructed Pana Panamas
mas Panamas diplomatic representatives in other American re republics
publics republics to consult the respective chiefs of state reaardina

postponement of, the Presidential conference here.

r : l he opinion of the other chiefs of state will influence
any decision to be made regarding changes from the June)
25 and 26 conference dates. ,i
t President Eisenhower has informed President Arias
that, because of his i illness, he cannot now come to the
Panama presidential meet at that time, but that he would
be most pleased to consider the possibility of attending
such a meeting at a later date.
: ; lt has already been noted that, as the original Con Congress
gress Congress of Panama called in 1826 kby the Great Liberator,
Simon Bolivar, ran from June 25 to July 15, any confer conference
ence conference date before July 15 would be timely for an anniver anniversary
sary anniversary meet. ,i ','
There have been reports from the United States that
Bolivar's birthday, July 24, is also a possible date.
. It is understood that no change is being considered
in the anniversary meeting of the Organization of Amer American
ican American States, scheduled here next week. ,-

Galisn lalce Runaff

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Lalie basin between January and
May oi this year was 106 per cent

above average and equalled the

highest runoff for the four month

period in 43 years of record, ac

cording to the annual dry season
report issued by the Meteorlogical

ana uyarograpnic urancn. : t

During the same period tne to

tal runoff from the area above

Madden Dam was 93 per c e n t

above the 43-year average for

that area and" furnished 55 per
cent of the runoff for the entire
Gatun Lake basin. This was the
highest runoff for the period since

the formation of juadden Juaxe in

Runoff, meaning the amount of

water flowing into the lake from
rivers in the Gatun Lake drainage
basin, was high because of the
above-hormal rainfall According
to the report, the, dry season this
year was one of the two rainiest
on record while the month of Jan

uary was the third rainiest on rec
ord. ,v 'v.; ,;,

An abnormal amount of rain

fall also was recorded d u r i n g

March in the northern half of the

Canal Zone and in the Madden

Lake basin. Scattered showers oc

curred almost daily during the

last half of April.

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LATJGII OFF ROMANCE RUMORS Britain's Princess Mar-
garet is greeted by Prince Bertil of Sweden as she arrives in
Stockholm to join Queen ElizabetU; and theDuke of Edin Edinburgh,
burgh, Edinburgh, who are in Sweden on a sta viit. Both she and Prince
BertU laughed off rumors of a possible romance between
them, and after greeting the Princess, Bertil turned to' news newsmen
men newsmen and said, "Now you will have some Iun boys."-.

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Minister of Labor, Health and
Social Welfare Dr. Sergio Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales Ruiz today presented his
resignation to president Ricardo
Arias following publication of
statements allegedly made bv
the Minister before flying bark:
to Panama City after attending
a conference In David. Chiriqui.
President Arias immediately
accepted the resignation.
in his letter of resiznation.

Gonzalez Ruiz said the press and

raaio naa given prominence to

a conversation "which I thought
to be unimportant and which

has been Interpreted In many
ways." :

H9 declared th events had

placed him in an embarrassing
position and he presented his
resignation in order to leave it

up to President Arias to take

any action ne saw fit in event
the incident had caused hint

any inconveniences of impor

tance."

The Chlriaul correspondent of

the tabloid daUy "El Dla" haj

quoted Dr. Gonzalez Run as al allegedly,
legedly, allegedly, saying he had not re

signed nis post oecausef ne. u

just as shameless as all the oth

er members of the National Pa

triotic Coalition, bar none."

CZ Cancer Fund l

Contribute
Reach $13303

Contributions totaling ap-

nroxlmatelv $13,500 have been

reported In the Canal Zone Can Cancer
cer Cancer Fund drive for 1956, It waa

announced Tuesday.
Many of the Panama Canal
units still have not reported and

representatives have been urg:ed
to make their returns by 4:30
p.m. 'Thursday. Reports on con

tributions snouia be made to
Mra. French, .Treasurer of the

drive this year, at the Credit
Union Building in Balboa, phone

4213. -'.-..
AH contributions from Individ

uals and private business firraj
should be made to Bruce Cfc

penter, of the First National Ci

ty Bank in Balboa as soon as

possible.

No reports have been received

on contributions by U.5. Army
personnel as the drive for USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB ; has been e x t e nded
through Wednesday.
. It is planned to make a final
accounting In this year's cam

paign on Friday oi mis wees.
The following list shows con
trlbutions reported to date:
canaal organization ... $8 064.31

15th Naval District 1,240.00

Cairc 2,450 00

Individuals ........... 1.200.0C
Business firms ... .136 OC

Total v

, ,13,49041

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f The Ml Ihm mm brum tar teaeii tt The Pium Aatericea.
latter ere rsaeivee' aretefaUv eie UadM m m wmU? ceatieaatial
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the Mail box

AN OFFICES AND
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Tha -nmmnnt nt vtrfiv tne
ama American, on a piece by
tops in command of the Army
forces, reminded me or a former
r.on Mat-.thpu; r siriffwav.
known commanding general we

in my modest book he was one of me oesi. tre am nui. Bn w
heavily for the social side of this liiglily social, center, but he
always knew the score,.

Compared to his previous commanas ana pomnwuuj mi
were to follow, the local assignment was a cinch. It gave Gen Gen-era!
era! Gen-era! Ridgway time to enjoy the family, life that Is not always
given to soldiers, and to indulge some of his hobbies, one of

which was me poetry 01 nousman ana iupuub, iw uwwu.
While he was a soldier first, his interests and sympathies went
well beyond his professional life. . : ; ,' ... W
General Rldgway has been known as "a soldier's 'soldier,''
and like General McGarr, he believed, in the mission and f f-fectiveness
fectiveness f-fectiveness of the foot soldier. .. v ::.
But he did not make a fetish, of that .belief as is shown
by his command of paratroopers, .which was like giving ;wings
to the foot soldiers. Percy, the Potman, and the recent mam mam-moth
moth mam-moth press conference of secretary of Defense Wilson, sent me
to a review of General Ridgways memoirs, which bear the sim simple
ple simple but appropriate title, "Soldier." ; .
Now the fact that Secretary Wilson Is adept at putting his
foot in his mouth has no relation to the mission of the foot
soldier. General Rldgway and I agreed about some poets and
poetry ind we are in essential agreement about Secretary Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. --'
The review to which 'I have referred was written' by' Briga

dier General Thomas R. Phillips, who says; "His (Ridgway's)
-bete noir, secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson, is more apt
to be remembered fifty years from now because he is in Ridg Ridgway's
way's Ridgway's book than for anything he has done as Secretary-of Defense.-,-
; "'''..-... '.-v'.;
Secretary Wilson's recent mammoth press conference Is. In
a way, explained by General Rldgway, who wrote: "in the midst
of the morning briefings, .with a dozen problems pressing for
decision, I would receive a telephone call that Mr. Wilson wish wished
ed wished to see me at once. . So we would file upstairs, where usual usually
ly usually we would find our opposite numbers Tn the other armed
services, for Mr. Wilson was fond of a large audience, and of
lengthy and often rambling discussion of topics having no di direct
rect direct relation to the subject for which we had been assembled.
By contrast it was a pleasure to work with his able deputy,
Robert Anderson." .
General Rldgway, In contrast to that great Republican,
General Douglas MacArthur, was a maverick so far as partisan
politics are concerned. His refusal to see military policies in
the proper political light caused most of his trouble as Chief
of Staff. On that score he was not infrequently at 8dds with
his Commander-in-Chief. ? ; ? ... .;
. f'As a combat soldier," General Rldgway writes: ft have
been shot at from ambush, and bombed by planes which I
thought t bs friendly, both of which are experiences" which
are. momentarily junsettllng. I do not recall, however,, that I
ever feJt-a' greater sense of surprise end shock than when I
read in President Eiaerihower's State of the Union Menage 'in
195 that: The defense program for 1955.. 1 vis based oh a new
military program unanimously recommJnded by the Joint Chiefs
of Staff. General Rldgway denies that he ever concurred in
the program. "-:-(
While General Rldgway had a distinguished and honorable
. career as a soldier and leader before he came to Panama, he
surely increased that distinction and honor after leaving the
Isthmus. Now let us have General Phillips, reviewing General
Ridgway's book in The Reporter, present some confirmation of
the above amateur opinion. in i ?
, "When Ridgway,'r he writes, "took over the defeated Eighth
Army in Korea, rebuilt its confidence in itself, and finally at attacked
tacked attacked and drove a superior foree of Reds back over the 38th
parallel, he accomplished one of the greatest military feats in
American history. He tells of it modestly, praising only the
magnificent Eighth Army., But it was Ridgways determination,
his knowledge as a commander, and, as always,, his presence at
the front with his men where the going was the hardest that
put the Eighth Army on the attack. , v. r
. Now' don't forget that the same army, had been utterly
routed by the same foe and under, the supreme command of
that great Republican general, Douglas MacArthur, who operat operated
ed operated hi issuing orders from Tokyo. Neiertheless, President Tru Truman
man Truman is still criticized, for, removing MacArthur and replacing
him with Rldgway. ,
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General McGarr, until recently
locally on the unity of defense
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Labor News
And
Comment

By VICTOf RUStX
' There is a bloc of npmiwratic
labor chiefs who, though they are
realists, now believe they can de
feat President Eisenhower next
fall or cut so heavily into hU
vote that uiey .can capture Con
sress easily.
This political optimism springs
out of pessimism over the coun
try s pocketbooks this summer.
The labor men believe there's
a vacation time depression just
around the corner.
They see this silencing of our
roaring lush times destroying the
nation's belief in the "perpetual
prosperity" of the Eisenhower ad-
'- i rr-i 1 . : w
muusirauon. laey pian io put me
recession on Ike's policies and
they believe they can cut sharply
into his personal popularity.'.
Their gloomy
vmirlilr I nn
economic conditions.
VUUUK VU
which they
expect will give the big cities
the summertime blues, is based on
news from Detroit. At the last
official count there were upwards
of 148,000 Jobless m the automobile
industry most of them in tne
Motor City Actually, (they say,)
there are now closer to 200,000 or
more unemployed, laid-off tem
norarilv or workinc on a short
week. The labor leaaers see wis
seriously affecting the steel in
dustrv which is pulling up ware.
houses with Inventories of many
tvoes of steel.
If things go son lor a wnue in
the steel industry, there will be
tougher bargaining between" Big
steel and Bic Steel Labor. Some
of the union chiefs at the AFL-CIO
hieh cbmmsnd sessions in washing.
ton this week were talking of a
nnasibla full scale steel strike, une
source said such a walkout might
even run for six weeks,
Such a stoppage of. the steel
mills, if it comes, won't start unui
August 1, for you can expect 30-
day extension oi tne wage con contract
tract contract from July 1 to August L
A six weeks strike would carry
the struggle right into the presi presidential
dential presidential campaign.
There could be as many as 650,
000 men out. Just what effect this

would have on the election no one. never be known has turned in
can now tell, v v-v.VT : lone of America's most brilliant

, : v I
One thing is certain President
Eisenhower is not intervening now,;
has no intention of moving in or
permitting the White House to get
into the steel act and does v not
plan to move even if there should
be a strike.
I recall that the first question i
put to him in his first press con-
. ... .J Jmm'
terence aiier ne revuineu ; wvn
Paris was his attitude on a steel
strik back there in 1952. Eisen
hower replied that if he were presi president,
dent, president, he'd remain neutral and let
both sides work out their prob
lems. He's doing just that.
So the labor men beueve tnai
the Sinkers .- nut, getting sny help
from the White House as they H
in past administrations when i'Dft
and HSi were josmgiy reieneu
to in labor circles as "mighty good
business agents". might vote a-
gainst Ike. 'V
" The auto and steel workers make
a nnwerful nolitical bloc right a-
orosx tha country in a score of
industrial cities.
The labor ooliticos nave only
recently begun thinking in these
terms, i or up to uie past sw
wek thev did not believe there d
be either a recession or a strike.
In all fairness, it should be pointed
out that neither management nor
labor wants these two horsemen
of th. Apocalypse racing wwaras
il
; But politics Is politics and the
ir.tpoi.t nf the Democratic-labor
bloc will be blaming the Republi
cans for this. Their earner nouu nouu-cal
cal nouu-cal pessimism has been changed
to Optimism Dy ieir cuuuiii;
pessimism. As a result, they plan
to At into tha camoaian a lot
more deeply than they had origi
nally intended.
There seems to be no doubt now.
as there was a few weeks ago.
that the AFL-CIO will run its
special convention of some 140
national union presidents. Over
iasi weesena, ai iv ciu sun
members were telephoning hotels
in Atlantic City and Chicago see
king enough rooms -for such t
gathering. There plans now call
for a special convention late in
September which would.be au
thorized to endorse a presidential
candidate.
A few weeks ago nobody really
cared who would get the uem
ocratic nomination. Today the la
bor men, with the tough realism
of the country's shrewdest bar
gainers, are re-examining the en
tries in the big race. -Some
of them are still for Gov.
Averell Harriman. Sen. Stuart Sy
mington is coming up fast on the
outside. But the laborite attitude
towards Adlal Stevenson has chang
ed sharply in the past week. They
still think Stevenson is a little too
cold and intellectually snobbish for
them but they were surprised and
much impressed to see their 1952
candidate win in labor districts in
the Florida and California pri
maries,
So they're prepared to campaign
for him, too, if necessary, although
not too many weeks ago they
were threatening to take a walk
and sit on their hands, which is
politically if not physically pos
sible.
VOLCANO ON SUN
BERKELEY, Calif (UP)
Physicists in all parts of the world
observed recently what probably
was the most violent shower of
radiation from outer space ever
recorded, according to a Univer University
sity University of California scientist. The
cause of t's co rni ray shower,!
he said, was a volcano on the!
usvv C'.: k';::-'

"It's Hard

Mi -"life I1 uM
ZZEEzr ... .J-r: '; Jjilli
TTP-' 'St : NfA strict, iac. 1) , :

WASHINGTON fNEA) A
seven-year-old girl in Louisville,
JCv. whnAA ni m a will nrohahlv
diplomatic performances of the
year. It happened at Churchill
Downs race track.
Two of the ten Asian education
al leaders who had been brought
to the United States by the U.S.
National C o m m i s s.l o n for
UNESCO United Nations Ed
ucational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization had- been invited,
to see the races from the Louis Louisville
ville Louisville Courier Journal box.
In front of them was an Amer American
ican American family young father, moth mother,
er, mother, and three squirming young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, six to nine.
By the fourth race, the kids
were paying more attention to the
Asian visitors than thoy were to
a fioftes. Tne childrn s parents
were cbvipuaiy embarrassed.
.uu Jlay Birdwhistell. ; Univer
sity of Louisville anthropologist
and host to the group, finally
asked the little girl if she knew
who these people were.: She shook
her head, r i -? t
So they were introduced as Dr.
Sukit of Thailand, Dr. Truth of
iet Nam and his Parisian wife.
The next question was, 'Do you
know where those countries are?"
The iirl't eyes turned saucer-
sized. Again she shook her head.
"No," she said. "But I think
they're beautiful."
Shepherding one of these offi official
cial official delegations of fore! en visitor
arouna the united states always
involves a lot of complications.
The two-month tour of the ten
Asians turned out better than
most, says John McJennett of the
Mate Department.- who tccom
panied them. But it had Its mo moments
ments moments of fun and of tension as
scholars of ten cultures, from Pa
kistan to Indonesia, tried to agree
on what they saw in the U.S. ....
Df. Sukit, former Thai, cabinet
minister and university official.
nicknamed Dr. V. K. R. V. Rao
of India,. "Gabby," and called Dr.

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Pinf-Sized Diplomat
By PETER EDS0N :

Malalasekera of Ceylon, who wore
native instead of western dress,
"jura oi r araaise." .- ? -
Introducing h i m s e 1 f at San
Francis, Dr. Sukit said, "I
come from Thailand, sometimes
called Siam. However, I am nei neither
ther neither a twin nor a cat."
.In Washington, Dr. Rao, found
er of the New Delhi School of
Economics, and Dr. Mian Mo
hammed Sharif, of Ismalia Col
lege, Lahore, were stopped on the
street and asked by an elderly
American if they wete strangers
in the city.
.They told him that they were,
and that the. one came from In-
USSR To Be Ilichsr
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ProiscsAYcrkcrs
LONDON; June 13 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist Party Secret rt Nlkita
Khrushchev told a cheering crowd
of workers in Stalingrad yesterday
that although the United States, is
the. richest country in the world
today, ; "tomorrow we shall be
richer.".
Moscow Radio today Quoted ex.
perts of the Communist leader's
speech in Stalingrad were he, other-Russian
leaders and Yugosla
vian, rresiaent Tito received a
thunderous welcome.
The speech was made at the
site of the city's hydro-electric sta-
Uon to a group of workers,
"Abroad there are still people
wno.tmnk and some of them e-
ven say that things in the USSR
will develop so that it will be pos
sible to replace soviet power b;
capaitalism," Khrushchev sal
"Clan this happen comrades?"
Moscow Radio said there were
shouts of "No, they are far too
weak," "It'll never hapen," "let
them run their own countries.:'
Your

Brothers"

dia, and the other from Pakis-
tan.
A smile crossed the old man's
face as he thought of the rivalry
between their two countries over
Kashmir. VHow fine," he said,
"to see you walking together like
inis."
Drr Malalasekera. president of

h ZlZZ in nT ....T1 Kennedy then went to McClel McClel-hists,
hists, McClel-hists, commented in one session ls and nlainPH the situation.

that American comic books and
sexy Hollywood movies had given
him a serious misconcep misconception
tion misconception about life and customs in the
United States. ;
Philosophical Dr. Sharif, a gen
tle, quiet man, said he didn t have
this misconception because he
didn't read comic books and
hadn't gone to the movies.
In every American University
city the ten Asians v' .ItPd, there
v as a f'blie discusswn in. which
the probie ms of Asian-American
relations. Were hashed over They
took up such deep dish subjects
as the impact of technological
change on Old World cultures, ra racial
cial racial tensions, anti-colonialism,
neutralism, communism and so
on, and they got no place.;
. They went through this act at
San Francisco untu a grun, rea rea-faced,
faced, rea-faced, retired U.S.Army colonel
type got the floor and advised the
panel of experts In choleric tones:
"If you do not have -the full
solution to all these problems.
you simply are not intelligent
men."
That stopped the show.
GOLD FIND
WATERVLIET.' Mich." (UP)-
Susle Steward, five, and Paul
nthAav Jr aisht. found a
gold coin under a maple tree in
tne yard OI a neignoor. ine tnu-
dren played with the 188S coin all
day before their grandmother,!

Mrs. Jrrank TulOtson, nouceai"! mms ma wneai narvesi.

what it was. No one knows where
it carte from.
A Roman!
Host TONY FRIEDMAN

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nTi GAT?N"SenL,ohBHe",aw rnm is opposed to tiis
?".f Arkansaa, who can be, change. And BricKer has become
fnmlv 7 tougtt Prosecutm at-;quite diligent about aitendiig
: see.ms i be.? toewy i meetings of the Senate Com Com-tUgh
tUgh Com-tUgh Wlt?, yicf. merM Committee, though prevl
ident aon's so-caUed 'anchor, ously his attendance was soottv.

ui.u, iuurray wnouner. He nas
sunpoenaed Chotiner's records.
books, and bank accounts.
This came about after Chotiner
refused to turn his records over
to Bob Kennedy, brother of Sen.
Jack Kennedy of Massachusetts,
who is counsel of the Senate In
vestigating Committee. Kennedy
had phoned Chotiner to ask a
question about his activities on
behalf of -a West Coast Ariline
case. Chotiner refused to tell him
anything.
"Why, this is nothing but a po political
litical political fishing expedition," ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed the close friend and cam campaign
paign campaign manager It Vice President
Nixon. "I'm not going to tell you
anyining.
Actually, the McClellan com
mittee has leaned over backward
to treat Chotiner with kid gloves.
Though this same committee rode
roughshod oyer Gen. Harry
Vaugban and John Maragon
with some justice and though
a long list of witnesses were cross cross-examined
examined cross-examined and sometimes brow-l
beaten by the same committee
who Joe McCarthy wasr-chair
man, McCarthy et al were almost
obssquitus when Chotiner ap appeared
peared appeared before it.
CHOTINER'S INFLUENCE
Chotiner of course not only
managed Nixon's champaign for
the Senate in 1950, but his c a ni
ps un tor vice president, plus the
campaigns of several GOP con congressmen
gressmen congressmen in California. More re
cently has been a member of the
GOP national : committee cam
paign school. Chotiner has also
represented several criminals
with cases before the federal
government, plus airlines a debt debt-collecting
collecting debt-collecting agency, nand other cli
ents in need 01 an attorney with
influence.
All this caused counsel Kennedy
to get tough. After Chotiner re refused
fused refused to give him any infor information,
mation, information, Kennedy wrote Chotiner
a letter asking in black and white
for tie information requested,
also abbut other matters. Cho Chotiner
tiner Chotiner replied with a flat refusal
He claimed that Kennedy's re.
rsLin!Sl$ matters perUlning
McClellan promptly authorized
Kennedy to subpoena Chotiner's
papers. This was done.
NOTE It will be interesting
to, see how much influence Cho Chotiner
tiner Chotiner will be able to muster in
his own defense. He has been able
to muster quite a bit -for others,
so should have no trouble getting
such powerful figures as the vice
president of the United State nndj
Joe
:-y t to t-r
hiiii ii.
CONFLICT OF-, INTEREST?
GOP Sen. John Brickcr of Ohio,
whose Columbus law firm collects
legal fees from the Pennsylvania
Railroad, has taken in interest
ing stand regarding freight-car
snonage.
As of todav.. more freight rolls
toward New York than rolls away
from it. As a result Eastern rail-
roads have made money by re retaining,
taining, retaining, boxcars- owned by West Western
ern Western lines. They can do this pro
vided they pay the owners a mere
$2.40 a day, as required by the
Interstate Commerce Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. As a result, Sens. 'Andrew
Schoeppet (K., Kans.) and War Warren
ren Warren Magnuson (D., Wash.) c have
proposed that the ICC be nven
the power to penalize a railroad
which fails to return the freight
o.cars of another line. The mo
Posal would allow the ICC to
a: iu a peuauy
vel whenever a freight-car
shortage develops, as, for exam-
However, the Pennsylvania
Railroad, client of the Bricker
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games
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line :'
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24 Ledger entry 40
! 23 He and
24 Mischievous
chUd
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Worship
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83 Forever and
ever,
59 Mariner's
direction
60Hearing organ:
61 Dispatch

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when-the subject of freteiit-fsr
penalties came up in a secret
committee session the other day.
i v aw suuiea lor, ume.
"The Eastern railroads are op opposed
posed opposed to this bilL" he insisted.!
s going to be expensive for
them if they have to pay a hicherl
per diem rate. 4
In order that I can consider!
the rnaner furiner, I'd luce to!
read the record and weuM hl-a tn!
uave mis put over uu tne next
session two weeks from now he
requested though he bad already
had considerable time to Study
tha ama
the ease.
The boxesr shortage Is se serious,
rious, serious, ad we've "got to do. some something"
thing" something" repeated Magnuson.
In the end, the committee de deferred
ferred deferred to senatorial courtesy and
granted Bricker's request,: .,..
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
postmaster General Summer-!
irau nai ioroiaaen postal em employees
ployees employees to comnlain Atriinet k.
Post Office except through their
ouiviiua. mey aiso area t al allowed
lowed allowed to furnish critical Informa-
uun 10 ue press ,- or to CnnJ.
gress without permissioh of their!
mses. mis u probably the
most brazen gag order ever
issued by. a government de-i
partment Both : nmiu.r.i;. ,i

Republican congressmen are up?
in arms over the Summerfield or-
der, which they fear may violate!
a citizen's constitutional right toJ.
petition Congress U.N, Sec-
"nr General Dag Hammarsk-i
jold will carry an American dis-i
armament plan in his hip pocket:
on his forthcoming trip to Mos4
cow. India is playing Russia."
agamst Britain in negotiations to to-get
get to-get modern j jet planes. Prime
Minister Nehru -1s- shopping fori!
Oie best deal . the NavyJias?
developed a wingless airliner fw

can take off vertically like a nd-l
icopier, ; yer ny 'lorward like an
ordmary plane. It may be the
lurerunner or luture commercial
ainmers, ao away with lon run
ways near big cities ,. . King
Saud has served a blunt ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum that the United States must
continue shipping arms to Saudi
Araoia or De kicked out of the
big Arab base at. Dhahran.
Red China Veb
Dl!!jj To
C!:::i If
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mumst Cliina disclosed today thats
it has proposes! a timetable to the'
United States for the convening
of a Wasbineton-PriDihB foreien
ministers conference. .. s
The proposal was made in a
document handed to U.S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador U, Alexis Johnson here on
May II. Its contents were disclos disclosed
ed disclosed today in a 1,200-word statement
released simultaneously in Gene- v
va and Peiping. , ;, :;:
Johnson and Red Chinese Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Wang Ping nan have
been conducting fruitless, talks;
here since last August on the qie&? ;
tion of renunciation of force in the
Formosa area. The only" progress
they have made has been on the -release
of soma of the Americana i
held prisoner in Red China. V

In Itt latest proposal. Red China !t

suggested that Secretary of State
Joim Foster Dulles and f Peiping :!
Premier and Foreign Minister ;
Chou En-lai meet withing two
months after their ambassadors
reach agreement on a draft pro- i
posal renouncing the use of force.'
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summers
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PAG2 TZZZ2

Taylor Denies Preference
For AF Guided Missile

Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
chief of staff, denied today that
he and the other military chiefs
regard the Air Force's Talos
guided, missile as superior to the
Army's Nlae.
Sen. Dennis Chavez (D-NM)
told newsmen yesterday after a
closed meeting of his Senate
Military Appropriations subcora
. mittee that the chiefs of the Ar
my. Navy and Air Force, includ
In? Taylor, "think Talos is the
best.". -
Without mentioning; Chavez
ty name. Taylor Issued a State
ment Bajfiug;
"As one of the chiefs men
tloned, I was not aware that any
such consensus of view had been
expressed. Personally, I am cf
- the opposite opinion."
Taylor added that press dis dispatches
patches dispatches on Chavez' comment
showed, "a misunderstanding as
t.A t.fe. VlW tf tVlA iPMlV XT n mr
ana Air Force chiefs of staff on
tne relative merits of the Nike
and Talos missiles."
Taylor's abatement Indicated
that Army officers still regard

their Nike s a superior weapon
to the Talos. The relative merits
of the two weapons has been a
source of friction between the

Army and the Air Force.
Chavez also told newsmen yes yesterday
terday yesterday that a showdown test
duel between the Nike and the
Talos would be staged in the
"not too distant future." But
top Air Force officers ruled out
the possibility of an early con
test between the two missiles.
One officer told the United
Press that a duel was impossible
because Talos "Is not even devel developed
oped developed yet." He said it will take
another year to develop the mis-l
sue to operational status.
MAKE DRIVEWAYS VISIBLE
LINCOLN. Neb. fUPI The
National Safety Council and the
U.S. Department of Agriculture!
urge larmers- to avoid planting
crops too ciose to, anveway. en entrances
trances entrances to eliminate ,a traffic men menace.
ace. menace. They urge farmers to keen
driveways clear and "sea what!
you're missing."

S

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Au!o SeIss Slum? ;
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., June
13 (UP) The boom in the home
improvement hucinA thi vdot
snouui en a inn a w fn nrrcct
the slowdown in auto production,
a leaarng authority on installment
nuance saia toaay.
Otto C. Lnreni asMMMats editm-
of the American Banker, told the
Pennsylvania State University i
consumer creoit summer institute
here that bankers are predicting
tne volume of home improvements
by mid-summer will be from 200 to
300 per cent greater than last
year. ;
Lorenz also declared that "nos-
sibly" 20 per cent of .last -year's
record production of. 8 million
cars "may have been sold on so so-called
called so-called substandard terms." x
However he said "a mandatory
consumer credit control would not
have curbed the disease which
caused substandard terms in 1955."
Rather, he added, it might have
Drought on a "severe depression."
"If banks and sales finance com companies
panies companies hadn't financed that 20 per
cent," he declared, "forced sales
and liquidations would nave made

AfedfclIGM
Ikckcl In (L:rra

S!Ir$ Aussia Vives
CANBERRA, Australia, June
13 (UP) An alleged rait r1rl
racxei is straining the parlia-
uicumry puaget, a memDer or
uie House or Representatives
complained trnlav.
DesDlte nolle denial nP t.
Doris mat a vlre rlnir Is flour
ishing In ffovernmenf named
inns and Cimiu In. the oonttnl at
Canberra, Laborite Rowland
james sam wives of lawmakers
are insisting on accompanying
their husbands to the city.-
' This Is hernminn nnl
since new Parliamentary allow allowances
ances allowances restrict travel for mem members'
bers' members' wives, James said..
The wives anns-rcntlv refuted
to believe police statements that
mere s "no concrete evidence"
to back newspaper charges of sex
and narcotics rings In Canberra.
such deen holes in th i hniinn
dollars net nrnrth r,t h 'n,nn.
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dealers that nnlv the
oeaiers wouia nave survived, and
dealer receiverships and bank bankruptcies
ruptcies bankruptcies might have plunged us in into
to into a business recession worse than
that of 1937-38."'

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3hajl we ivt him a Quarter and send him to bed?"

8 Touring Russians
Vish VlI Sfreel
Financiers Success
NEW YfiRTT June 1 irro

Eight Russians yesterday wished
Wall Street financier
land prosperity in your efforts."
! The touring Russian church
leaders, rubbed shoulders with cor corporation
poration corporation la wen and tmVarm
a lunch in a plush restaurant atop
the National City Bank Building in
the Wall Street district, favorite
whipping boy of Red propaganda.
"YOU are th representative, of
the financial world of America and
we wisn you success and prosperi prosperity'
ty' prosperity' in vour efforts laid MntmiiA.i
wan micoiai, second ranking pri primate
mate primate of the Russian Orthodox
cnurcn.
"We hone our friendshin will 1u
very strong and very deep and
will last forever." he told the fi-
nanciers.
The Russians, who arrived here
from Washington yesterday for a
three.dav visit, toured the finan
cial district before attending the
iuncn.
Those atte.nriine' the hmeh In.
eluded the National Citv RanV'
board of directors.
The tour was suggested by

POSTEL TRUCKS
WASHINGTON (UP) In
the event of enemy attack, soma
25,000 postal trucks will serve as
emergency ambulances, rescue
vehicles and for local transporta

tion, the Federal Civil Defense
Administration reports.
Charles C. Parlin, corporation at attorney
torney attorney and Methodist layman who
was among a deputation of nine
U.S. church leaders that visited
Moscow last month.
The 11-day. tour of the Russian
clergymen through a four-state
eastern area was sponsored by the
National Council of Churches. It
is the second part of a two-way
exchange initiated last March,
OXFORD"
Replacements
SPEAKERS
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Breai Down Cordon
To MobTifo Parfy

MOSCOW, June 13 (TJP)-Hund.
reds of thousands of cheering Rus Russian!
sian! Russian! broke through security lines
and nobbed Marshal Tito yester yesterday
day yesterday when he arrived In Stalingrad

, wun a pledge that Yugoslavia

er," with Russia.
T visiting Yugoslav President

accompanied by Soviet Communist
party chief JJikita Khrushchev, ar arrived
rived arrived in Stalingrad by train to a
wild welcome that disrupted their

louring scneauie.
The throng, pelting Tito and
Khrushchev with flowers, broke
through militia and Army cordons,
surrounded the statesmen and mov
ed off with them from the station
through the city, the Yugoslav
news agency Tan jug reported.
Moscow radio said the crowd,
which it estimated at "hundreds
1 of thousands," turned out despite
a 102-degree heat and delayed Ti Tito's
to's Tito's tour through the war-ravaged
city.
In a speech on the decorated
station platform, Tito paid tribute
to "this heroic city which inflicted
the most decisive blow upon the
Fascist invaders."
T wish you, dear comrades,
many successes in your construc constructive
tive constructive and creative work to achieve
an even better life and for the vic victory
tory victory of Communism throughout the
Soviet Union," the Yugoslav lead leader
er leader added. 1
"la peace as in war, Yugoslavia

must march shoulder-to-shoulder

Police Comb Caddie
For Clues To Brink;

Squealer's Slaying

BOSTON, June 13 (UP) Fin

gerprint experts today examined
a 1956 Cadillac found burning in a

railroad yard last night in a hunti

for clues to the gangland slaying

oi unnK s uuormer William t

CAmeron.
The automobile, bearine New'

Jersey license plates, was discov-f
ered aflame in the sprawling

New Haven railroad yard in Rox-f,
burv. The. car's owner, a Union V

Citv N.J wnmin visilinff -rola.

tives here, was being questioned

oy police. ,-i ..-..sfj

Authorities were hoDeful the au

tomobile would provide a link with

the murder early Sunday of Cam

eron, who was reported to have
had two bullets pumped into his
head because he "squealed" on
the hiding place of the last two

miflnnAto ftWActiul In iha tl 910 AAA

robbery. 1 -v- .-.-

Cameron allegedly rented a Dor

Chester apartment for Thomas F.

Richardson, 49, and James I. Fa-

herty, 45, and then tipped the FBI
to their whereabouts when he
wasn't paid for his services,

Richardson and Faherty were

capture May 18.

An eastern seaboard states a-

larm was out for three hoodlums

wanted in connection with Camer

on's killing. Two of the men were

reported seen by a couple parked

near the spot where Cameron s bo

dy was dumped.

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same goal, the goal of the victory
of Socialism."

Khrushchev paid tribute to "our

friend comrade Tito" and the "glo-

wjth the Soviet people toward the rious Yugoslav people."

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Wednesday, lane U. 1956
1:SS Sign on
J :0O Armed rorcct Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
' 4:30 Robert O. Lewta
4:45 Arthur Godfrey Tim
S.-00 Strike It Rich
1:30 Howdy Doody
4:00 New-Panorama
70 Mama v
:30 This is Yotir Llfl
:0O Eddie Cantor
SO Penny To A MiUloB
1:00 Crusadet
:S0 Big Picture
10:00 Boxing
M-00 News
11:!W Philco TV Playhome
12M Sign off.

Thursday, June 14, 1956
i:5 Sign on
3:00 Armed Forces Hour
4:00 Carry Moore
4:30 Robert Q. Lewis
4:45 Coke Time
5 KM Strike It Rich
5.30 Bob Crosby Show
4:00 Mews Panorama
7:00 Burns A Alien Show
7:30 Truth or Consequences
8:00 Robert Montgomery
8:00 Dragnet
t:30 Talent Scouts
10:00 Star 'Tonight
10:30 Red Buttons
11:00 News
1145 Masquerade Party
11:35 Whistler
12 05 Sign off.

"Wherever you look. . 1
you will see an EMERSON."

SIDE GLANCES

Bv Calbraith

Tja.a(.j.aM.en, '',
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x v side if th bank fails It won't hurt us a bit!" ',

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ptvai tiFTAILS for the annual 4th of July 'party In honor of the President of Panama were
niann iw th Board of Directors of the American Society at a recent meeting. This year's par-
w3 lb fheld in the patio of the El Panama Hotel and In case of rain, the Balboa room will c
SIvBiiftWt T A bafbecue-tyle dinner wiU be served and Lucho Azcarraga, and his orchestra
SwSSd?iSlSLrt at 7:30 p.m. .From, left-to right are Fred Gerhardt, Thomas,
miefbv DS Consul William E. Price, US Embassy Counselor R. Austin Acly, Scollay Moored
Bobert Jarrington, President Elton Todd, US Public Information Officer Harry a Casler,.
Robert Myron Fisher,- James Plata, and Dr Frank Raymond.

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PANAMERICAN QUEEN of the University of Florida, Charlot Charlotte
te Charlotte Potter, was the guest of honor at a recent dance held in
the Bella Vista Salon of the El Panama Hotel Master of Cere Ceremonies
monies Ceremonies Johnny Bee is seen here interviewing Miss Potter. The
young lady Is enjoying Panama so much that she has pro-.
longed her stay. ?

PRESIDENT OF PANAMA RICARDO ARIAS
AND MRS, ARIAS TO ENTERTAIN
" The President, of Panami and MrsvRkardo Arias are
ending eut Invitations for a birthday party in honor of their
dwrthV Miss OlrulU Arias which will take place at th Pre-

' ildentlal Palace on Friday from i:uu pin. -

'DttiMdida' Dlmwf
rRwbtn C. Hoods
Major General Reuben C Hood,
Commander of the. Caribbean Air
rnmil nd Mrs. Hood were

: ntertained with a 'despedida din

ner at $he El Panama Hoieroy
a groupof Air Forco. Base Otli Otli-'
' Otli-' cers and -their ;wives.4; i;
'MsjorLouUHeeth;;
Civtf Luncheon . r

Chief of Staff of the Caribbean

Command, gave a imicneou
Tuesday in honor of the Laun a a-merican
merican a-merican Air Force dignitaries who

are guests ot me varmueau u... u...-mand
mand u...-mand at the Army Navy. Club,

Fort Amador, ; ;

Mrs. Alberto Boydt wife of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, and
u.. iloinnHrn Remoa left on

-Monday for a short visit to Mia

m, pi Kavser who will leave

Mpyicb in the near future to

P take up his new post with Westtex

Company VVmDean, ws

with a lareweu iuncueuu t
eroup of his friends and associates
nmn. Mr. Kayser has

v.. oonrni minaser of the com

pany here in Panama for the past

: Cocktail Party 'ir-

A COCKlaU l"jr ill :
Ralph Will, Director of the Point

Four Mission to rnun, wm

jnerican Affau-s Institute at the
Union Club on Monday from 5.30

TO I PA
for New York .. ...

kBri the SS "Panama" f r o m

w KTcur York on Satur-

junior i-ouegB
accompanied by Mrs. Hackett and

, tneir canguw.

Te Taka Uo Now Post

Caotain Warner s. Kocumon arj

rived on tne istnmus uus weeK w

take up his new post as Marine

Director of tne Manama uanat

Company,

Rohim To The Isthmus

The 'Venezuelan Ambassador!

and Mrs. Estenan Cardona have

returned to the Isthmus from a

trip to the United States.

Embntv Lunchton

The Peruvian Ambassador ; ana

Mrs. German' Aramburu. save

luncheon-yesterday at the. Embas-

sv in honor of General Larios juo

ya Alvar ado. Chief of the Chilean

Air orce wno is a guest oi uie

Caribbean Command at AibrooK.
Laavtna On. Euronoan Tour ;'

Miss Bettv i'latau. aaugnter oi

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Flatau of

Panama City, graduated from the
Canal Zona Junior College as Val

edictorian of her class.

Miss Flatau will leave Thursday

accompanied by her sister- Miss
Patsy Flatau. for an extended

f 'llaniteit

- Before -answering a personal

letter, It Is a good Idea to reread

the letter you .are answering

That way you can be sure to
comment on the news In the
letter and also answer any ques

tions asked. --

Since it is difficult to remem remember
ber remember the contents of a letter, save

your letters until tne are an
swered. '(

Slim Fat Away
If ft ruins yoar Atfttr or nuik
you short of breath and idansara
your health, you till find It
to a half pound a day with Ui
n Hollywood maihod called
' OHK. No dmxllc dlrlrnf or
'r AV' hitr-' inf AkIi your

cn.-:t. 1 rr kciij- ana
allmmlng tomorrow.

visit relatives, They will return to

tne isthmus in September.

To Leave On Vacation

Sailing aboard the SS Pana

ma" on Saturday for States Side
vacations are Principal of the

Balboa Junior-Senior Hum School

Theo. F. Hots and family, r and

Captain Ernest B. Reinier, As

sistant Port Captain in Cristobal

Bridge Winners

Winners of the regular weekly

bridge games played at the Mar

garita Service Center on Monday
evening were: North and South,

first, Mr. Wally Gibson with Mr,
Julius Loeb; second Mrs. Irl San

ders with Mr. Sidney Passailgue

and third, 'Mrs. G, Bonzoumet
with Mrs. Woodruff East a n d

West, first, Mrs. Hayden Jones

with Mr. Melsmed:-second, Mr.

Norman and "ME. Fra kel' and
third, Mrs, Porter Mcllaa with

Mrs; Loeb.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Wal-

nio of Margarita announce the
birth of their second child, first
son, at the Coco Solo Hospital on
Monday. June 11. The baby has

been named Frederick James, Jr.
Mrs. Selma Wainio of Margari Margarita
ta Margarita is the baby's paternal grand grandmother
mother grandmother and Mrs Florence Kelle-

ger of Reading, Penn. is the ma-

tour of Europe where they will ternal grandmother.

Brbuwer Has Low
Bid For Painting
CZ Apartments ;

" The contract for the interior'
painting of eight apartments
and one house located in Ancon,
Balboa, -Diablo Heights. Gatun

and Margarita was awarded this
week to Servlclo Brower. ; which

company made a low offer of
$1,280 on the work.
The one house Included on the
paint schedule 'Is No; 8009 In
Margarita. ; -!
Apartments to be painted are
Nos 0201-A and 0437-O In An

con; Nos. 0764-J and 0839-B In

Balboa; Nos. 5341D and 6787-B
in Diablo Heights and No: 126-A

A11U A.VZ-D 111 UttlrUU. ...

CRATEPUL CITIZEN
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KALAMAZOO. Mich. -fUPW

averr, vanaer ? Roest, 65-year-old
Flint plasterer. 4nvited friends in

to celebrate his 50 years as an
American citizens -"Everything

nice- I, have ever; had came to
me In thisf. eountry,' he said. ''I
warjt everyone to ""know hovf i I

icei. ,

Grand Lodge
Officers To Pay
Official Visit

Eack tic tar iwhuloa to chte
coluaia tbould Hbaiilied is tyaa tyaa-wxUIca
wxUIca tyaa-wxUIca fsxB and mailed to oae mt
the hex nmbaa Uated aily la "S
ciai and Otbenwiae,' ar erlimed
by fcaad te Ue elflce. Notice mt
BMeUofi canaat to accepted ay teee-booe.

Girl Scout Camp Registrations

neeistrauons for the Gui Scout

Camp Cazone have been extended
until Friday. We still have va.

vancies for Girls, both Scouts and

non-Scouts (between the ages of

11 and 16). u you are interested.

please contact the Girl Scout Of

fice. Balboa 2-1350. for further ln-J

formation.
NCO Wives Club Ft. Kobbo

The NCO Wives. Club, of Ft.

Kobbe will hold their monthly

business meeting tomorrow at 7:30

p.m. .- - ;

Guests may be brought by mem

bers as this is the end of the
membership drive.
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Cristobal Rainbow

There will be a meeting of Cris

tobal Assembly No. 2, Order of
the Rainbow -for Girls on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, at 7 p.m., at the

Cristobal Masonic Temple. This

wui oe a iormal meeting tor busi

ness and initiation. Miss Patricia
Leach, newly installed W o r t h y
Advisor, will preside.

ah eastern stars and Master

Masgns are invited to attend.
Bataa Class Registration
Registration for the new class In

Batea Decorating will take niece

at the USO-JWB Armed Forces

Service Center in Balboa, today at

r.w p.m. ine class will be under

the supervision of the well-known

instructor in Batea Decorating,

Mr Arthur McKray.

- An invitation Is extended to mil military
itary military personnel and their families
and to the public of the Canal
Znna anri th ttomihliff nt Panama

'. TVla Tfrmlon Tlctrlt rtroTMt- .1 . ...

v l,v regisiw ior wis new Class.
Lodge No. 4. IUOMFS, rriril

by Neville Quarless, will pay an!
official-visit to Alpha Lodge No.
35 tonight In a continuation of
its visits to all Isthmian Me-

cnanics lodges. :

xn grand loage visitors will

be welcomed by Osborne C. Quar-

less, ine ioaee's senior cast Il

lustrative Grand Master. Stan

ley G. Wallace, immediate past
District Grand Master will be

honored with a certifcate at-

testing to his status. In the or

der. ,..,,:.; s Vvv

Service Club Fort
Kobbe To Give
Summer Concert

The first of a series of Summer

Festival concerts, under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Fort Kobbe Service
Club is scheduled for Thursday
evening, June 14, at 8:15 p.m.
A full hour's variety program
featuring local entertainers in four
different categories has been an announced,
nounced, announced, by the Post Service Club
director, Mrs. Dorris B. Caldwell.
Opening the concert will be ac ac-cordianist
cordianist ac-cordianist Pfc. Carl La Bod a from
the 937th Engineer company. His
selections will include "Begin the

Beguin," "Beer Barrel Polka,"

Caravan and "Donkey, sere

nade. :

Miss Karen Magnuson, a stu

dent of the Anna Ludmilla dancing

studio in Panama, will present
two ballet numbers featuring a
waits and a country stile special specialty
ty specialty entitled "Hopok."
Balboa High School violinist, Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Nash, will share the spotlight
with his rendition of "Concerto
No. 1 in A Minor" by Accolay. His
piano accompanist will be Leon

Odenz. u ,-

HiehliBhtmg the concert will be

a series of duets by Pvt. Louis

Sherman, Fort Kobbe Protestant
choir director, and his wife, Mo-

zelie. Included in tneir selections
will be "Trip, -Trip, Trip," "My
Hero "Deaf Old Woman' and

"Bess. You is My woman, me

Shermans will be accompanied by
pianist Sp-3 Ben Whitten of the
539th M.P. company of Fort Clay

ton.

Requiem Mass
A requiem mass w'U be held
Saturday morning at 7 o'clock
in the Don Bosco Church for
the repose of the soul of, the
late Charles S. Lansiquot who
died recently.
A private school teacher for
several years before falling 11,
he is survived by his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Elvira '-s,

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TRANSPORTS BAXTER.VS-A.
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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at ky eppemtmenT.
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Treatment for Blood Circulation,
Nerve Relaxation Medical Gymnes Gymnes-tica
tica Gymnes-tica and Exaroisaa Poitura Correc Correction
tion Correction Special Foot Treatments. A.
Thomas, PhyaloiherapW. Hotel El
Panama Health Canter M jn. -7
p m. Tel. Panama 3-1660.

, national Symphony
:To Give Concert
l!:xl Vciissday
The National Symphony Oi;ctn Oi;ctn-tt
tt Oi;ctn-tt will give the second toncert
at the 1958 series next Wednesday
at the National' Theatre.
For the "- occasion, conductor
I Herbert de Castro has included
the Symphony No. 1, by Ludwig
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by the National Lottery, through
2 its general manager Dr. Carlos
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Special Audience
sFor U.P. Manager
Granted By Pope
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rope rius ah neia a special 10 10-1
1 10-1 1 minute audience yesterday for
and general European manager of
tne unuea rress.
' Curran was accompanied by his
wife and by Frank Eyrl, director
of European services for U.P.
The Pontiff asked Curran about
the health oi r resident Eisennow Eisennow-tr
tr Eisennow-tr and expressed hope for his
speedy recovery.
Pnrran eeirl no fnunrl tfi tfl-
year-old Pontiff to bo in apparent
nrwi health. v
"His handshake was firm and
his voice, clear and strong," Cur
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FOR SALE
Honsehold

FOR SALE: 25-cycle rcfriger.
tor. Remington portable type
writer, studio couch, metal beds,
table and chain, dresser, lamps.
Balboa 2-6319.
FOR SALE; lloaa'a living room
lurta, 4 pel. $45; mahojany h4,
prinf mattress $45. Phons lal lal-boa
boa lal-boa 2-2401.
' FOR SALE (-piece living mm
set $50; 5-piec chremt Jininj
sat $45. Call Ft. Clayton 4111.
FOR SALE: 1 1 tu. ft: Jarval
refrigeraree, (0-cycla, 50-poun4
(raaxini unit, only 9 months eld.
Phono lalhos 2-2401.
FOR SALE Wsitinghouso re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $50; 4-pieca soctios)l
court, PhQM 2-3121.
FOR SALE: Csucb, 2 matching
arm chair! $40; wooocn d reiser
, with mirror $12. Call -125 or
sot at 120-C, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: I tot sot, 21-giaco
Martha Wsihingtan pattern;
Venetian blinoi ni Anicor vio'
lets. 0932 Amador Ra. Phono
2-294.
FOR SALIx-25-cycle all-perce-lain
refrigerator See at 2530-D
Cocoli. Phone Nary 3071.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, fan
(both 25 cycles) ; bedroom suite..
0845 Gavilan Road. Phone 2 2-32S3
32S3 2-32S3 Balboa.
FOR SALE.-. Sears refrigerator
and washer, 25-cycle, $30 and
$25. Balboa 2-6322.
FOR SALE: RCA radio console'
with 1-speed record changer, in
perfect condition, Peru Avenue,
downstairs. Phono 3-3325.
t FOR SALE: Two Quartermaster
'twin springs and mattresses -for
twin beds. Call Balboa 2S15.
FOR SALE: 25-ycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator with defroster, 9'4 c. ft.
$50; 25-cycle 12" hon-oscillat-
. ing fan $5; 25-cycle Bendis au au-tomatic
tomatic au-tomatic washer, like new $11 0;
double bed Hollywood, no head. head.-hoard
hoard head.-hoard $20. House 5723-B, Dia Diablo
blo Diablo or tall 2-2869.
'FOR SALE: T dresser, metal
$5; bed, twin size, metal $5; 9' ,"
'refrigerator Westingheuse, all:
porcelain, good working condi condition
tion condition $40; dinette set consisting -of
1 table, porcelain fop with 1
extensions and 3 chairs," white -$10.
House 715-D. Piade. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phono 2-2922. Leaving i
Saturday 16th for States.
FOR SALE: Admiral TV 17-in.
table model. Call B3-2142.
US Will Reimburse
Vatican For Damage
01 World War II
- WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP) -The
Senate Foreign Relations Com
mittee today approved a bill to
pay the Vatican 4964,000 for dam damage
age damage accidentally caused by U. S.
arm4.Jprees in World War II to
Castel Gandolfo, the Pope i sum
mer residence near Rome.
Visiting Russian
Churchmen Lunch
In UN Dining Room
UNITED NATIONS, N.V.,June
13 (UP1 Eiffht visitin Ktiaxien
churchmen lunched at the ITnitnH
Nations yesterday as the guests of
tne iauonai council of the
Churchos of Christ 4a the U.S.A.
. .j 'i -. ,s'''
The visit of the Russians. led
by Metropolitan Nicolai, was not
official and they were not re
ceived by u.'J. dignitaries, They
ate in the delegates' dining room
and afterward took the regular
public tour oi tne u.in. neadqzuar-
ters. : .-.
CHOICti
ti; LOTS for
4a
SALE
Avt. Eloy Alfaro 15.159
' Ttl. 2-0610

FOR SALE
Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1933 Plymouth
Club Coupe, 15.000 miles. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus.' Take best offer.
Phone 2-1376.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet dump
truck, 4 yards, perfect mechani mechanical
cal mechanical condition, new paint; Dpdge
pickup Armyl, double trans transmission,'
mission,' transmission,' perfect mechanical con condition
dition condition $450; Crane, 5-ten,
swinging, perfect mechanical
condition; "Clark Forklift", 4 4-cylinder,
cylinder, 4-cylinder, 2-ton, perfect mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition $850; Dodge
truck, 3 -ton, ll-ft. platform,
5 erf est mechanical condition
900; Chevrolet Suburban Sta Station
tion Station Wagon 1951. 4-cylinder,
perfect mechanical condition.,
new paint $850. Autos Eisen Eisen-man,
man, Eisen-man, S.A., beside Coca Cola
Plant, Phone 2-2616. 2-4966.
FOR SALE: Pickup truck,
fen, 1946 Chevy, excellent run running
ning running shape, good rubber, $360.
Call Balboa 1304 at about 5:30
'p.m. '.-. :
FOR SALE t 1950 Bukk 4-dr.
sedan, new throughout, dynaflow
and radio. Mutt sell. Leaving.
Phone 83-2258 duty hours. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1739 after four. $525.
FOR SALE.- 1951 Ford Club
Coupe, excellent condition, 32, 32,-000
000 32,-000 miles $475. Call 2-5492.
FOR SALE: 1941 Cadillac, good
tires. 1524-H Gavilan Rd., 7-3
p.m. or after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE. 1950 Ford Six Tu-
' dor, runs like new, looks like a ;
Jewel $425. Pan. 2-529S.
FOR SALE: 1946 Hudson, food
transportation, good tiros. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2-2401,
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Sedan-
etts, shiny black finish, finest
- radio, scat coven, $375. Pan.
2-5298.
FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, origin original
al original owner, radio and heater. Will
sacrifice at $385. Phono 85"'
2145.
FOR SALE: '49 Cadillac, good
condition, duty paid. Must sail.
Leaving Isthmus. Real bargain.
0845 Gavilan Road, Phone 2 2-3283
3283 2-3283 Balboa. .
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth
-4-doer sedan $600. House 101 101-A,
A, 101-A, Gamboa. Phone 6-174.
FOR SALE? 1951 Ford Deluxe
sedan., excellent condition, duty
paid, Balboa 2-6322.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Ox Ox-fore,
fore, Ox-fore, duty paid. Phene 2-3878.
FOR SALE: 1941 Partial 6 6-cylinder.
cylinder. 6-cylinder. $75. Call Paraiso 4145,
New battery.
FOR $ALI: 1952 Chevrolet 4 4-deer,
deer, 4-deer, new paint, battery, brake,
radio, beater, covert $700. 121 121-I,
I, 121-I, Paraiso,
HST In Brussels
After Surprise
Visit To Louvre
BRUSSELS, June 13 (UP)-For-
mer President Truman and his
party arrived by train from Par.
is today to continue their, tour of
Europe.
Before leaving the French cap!
tal, Mr. Truman made a surprise
visit to the famous Louvre Mu
seum.
He made a quick survey of Its
art treasures, including Leonardo
da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" and the
sculptured "Winged Victory of
Samothrace."
At the Paris station, someone
showed Mr. Truman a cartoon from
a British newsnaner on the U. S.
presidential race. Mr. Truman
lnnkerl and lauehed.
"I've eot a collection of about
500 political cartoons dating back
to 1935," he said. "They make a
better history than a whole edito
rial page." :..;.
friendly:
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. BRIGHTER
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FOR RENT

Apartment
ATTENTION 0. 1.1 Just built -modern
furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wales,
Phono Panama 1-4941.
N FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance. Love- ;
ty residential section. Large liv living
ing living room, dining room, two bed bed--
- bed-- rooms, two baths, maid's guar-,
tors, locked garag. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
FOR RENT Furnished modern
apartment, ana' and two bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, screened, inspected. Call
2-3065. .
FOR RENT. .Furnished, screen- -ed,
Inspected 2-bedroom apart'
ment. hot water, good location,
suitable far two couplet $100.
Via Perrat 12. Phone Panama 3 3-6115.
6115. 3-6115. FOR RENT i Apartment $50,
in First Streeti Perejil No. 7-113.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
ment in II Cangrejs for 2 months
only, hot and cold water, TV set.
Call 8-5684.
FOR RENT: Best location new new-.
. new-. ly-painted two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, large balcony, Bella Viata.
Call 3-0934.
FOR RENTt Modern eno-bed-'
room apartment, hot water, stove,
r s f r i g a r atari air-cendttiened.
Campa Alegr. rPkene 3-4242
after 6 p.m. ik 'i
FOR RENT:- .Have cool com comfortable
fortable comfortable two-bedroom apartment
in Bella Vista, Willing share with
gentleman o couple Telephone
3-1589. ,' i-
FOR RENT: Meeem apartment.
Exclusive rosldentlat section.
Well ventilated. ;; Large porch,
living room, dining room,"2 bed- 1
rooms, bathroom, kitchen) laun laundry
dry laundry room, garage. Hat water
throughout. ; Wlter beater fur-
nishad. Screened. For informa information
tion information and appointment ',caH Pan-;
am 3-1650.
FOR RENT? Cemplatelr "-nlshtd
nlshtd "-nlshtd apartment $50. North
American neighbors,, r t g I a t
transportation. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT t July and August;
-bedroom apartment, 2' bath,
completely furnished. Near Ho-t
tel II Panama. 7th Street No. 7,
El Cangreje. 3-4896. . i
-t!
FOR RENT r2-bdroona, apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th Street No. 16, San
Franciue, Via Porras, Phono 3-
2457.,-. ' : :':
FOR RENTt Best located one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Clean
and Independent. 43rd Street
Wo. -13. -.$p.
FOR RENT. Unfurnished anart anart-'
' anart-' ment, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
2 baths, Btttiag dining loom,
kitchen, porch, garage $110.00,
at exclusive "El Cangrejo", G
Street No 2. See De Castro.,
Phen 2-1616. Ave. 9-42.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart
ment, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
2 baths, sitting dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage $100.00
et Bella Vista, N. Obarrio Street
No. 23, near "El laturro." See
De Castro. Phone 2-1616. Ave.
B 9-42. - f
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-.
ment, 2 bedrooms, gas stove, re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. Sella Vista. 43rd St.
No. 64.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
HOMI WANTED: 3 -year-old
altered female blond Cocker
Spaniel. Call Balboa 244 8 or see
at 6406-B. Los lies.
Egyptian, Jordan
Truce Violations
Charged By Israel
JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector
June 13 (UP) Israel yesterday
accused Egyptian and Jordanian
troops of opening fire on Israeli
installations in violation of the U-
nited Nations cease fire.
A military spokesman said an
Egyptian gun post in the Gaza
Strip poured medium machine sun
fire into the Nirim settlement lo
cated 2V4 miles from the southern
end of the Gaza Strip. There were
no casualties and the fire was not
returned, the spokesman said.
Philippine Prexy
To Ask Withdrawal
Of Some US Bases
MANILA, P.I., June 13 (UP)
president Ramon Aiagsaysay will
ask the United States to withdraw
its claims to some of the land com comprising
prising comprising U.S. bases In the Philip
pines, Informed sources said to
day.
They told United Press he would
present his request when he meets
with William Sebald, (U.S. deputy
assistant secretary of state for the

Far East tomorrow,

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CJ.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAU C.Z.
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical Clin Clinic.
ic. Clinic. Day and Night service. Op Opposite
posite Opposite Chase Bank. Telephone
2-3479.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Ranch Ranch-wagon,
wagon, Ranch-wagon, 6-cyl., no accessories,
45,000 miles, excellent condi condition
tion condition $1150; Philco freosor, 12
. cu. feet cap., 3 years old, perfect
running condition $250; dining'
room suite, bardreck maple, 5
chairs, table and hutch, beautiful
$250) living room rug, hooked,
' 9'xlS' $45; casual lounge chair
$ 1 0; upholstered chair $ 1 0; set
of Huetschenreuter chine $35;
men's matched golf clubs, 'Ralph
Guhdahl Irons,' 4 top notch
woods $100 or best offer. Call
84-4179 after 6 p.m. or see at
Qtrs. No; 306 ft. Kobbe.
FOR SALE: Fodders air-conditioners,
14 -hp.,- latest models.
Phone 2-0948.
DOGS TO GIVE AWAY to Amer America
ica America family. For information: Jo Jose
se Jose Francisco it la Otsa No. 24 24-35.
35. 24-35. Apt. 12.
FOR SALE: Two G.E. deluxe
220 volts 60-cycle one-ton win window
dow window type air-conditioner. Phone'
' i-0654. ',: v-
FOR SALE: Tools: table saw.
- Joiner, drill press, Jig saw, all
wmotors, work bench. Total:
$100. After 4:30, 803-X Em Empire
pire Empire St., Balboa,
.'V
Wanted to Buy
WILL BUY: German Police or
Shepherd puppy, male. Call Paul,
Phone 2-2226. ,'
WANTED TO BUY TweVescil TweVescil-'
' TweVescil-' lating fans for a church, no
, no smaller -than 1 2" (25 -cycle
K Balboa 2-2602.
31 -Year-Ofd Angel
Of Dien Biert Phu
Married Secretly
- T
PARIS. June 13 (UP -"The
Angel of Dien Bien Phu," Gen
evieve De Calard-Terraube, wis
married secretly Monday to the
French paratroop captain she fell
in love with on the battlefield of
Indochina.
The brunette nurse and Cpt.
Jean De Heaulme were unitot in
a civil ceremony at the town hall
of Paris' 12th district,
A religious ceremonv will be
held tomorrow in the church of
Saint Louis Des Invslides, whose
walls, are- hung with the tattered
banners of France's great battles.
; The Sl-year-old nurse tended the
tvnnnHrl in the vnrircleri fortress
of Dien Bien Phu for 47 days be before
fore before it fell to the Communist Viet
Minn. Then she refused to leave
her patients when her captors of
fered to release her.
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MAJ. GEN. REUBEN C. HOOD, JR., commander, Caribbean Air Command; Is shown with Latin American Air Force dignitaries
who i are Quests Si tho Caribbean Air Command thU week. The officlaU from Central and South America arrived at Alteook
Sunday to attend the USAF School for Latin America graduations ceremonies which will be held Thursday. A special brief brief-tag
tag brief-tag conducted for them yesterday morning by representatives of the Caribbean Air Command, International ClvU
Aviation Organization; the Air Research and Development Command, and the Air Rescue Service. This was followed by
S t faiajSiy Club which was given by Maj. Gen. lT. Heath chief of sta
a reception?hich wai held, last evening, by the -Caribbean Air Command at the Albrook Of ficers' club fA.rgf
are- (front row( Lt. Col Hector Caracc oil, chief of Honduran A.F.; Lt. Col, Jose Velasquez, chief of El Salvador A.F., cou
Eptfan Gen. Diego Barros Ortiz, ChUean AT.; Hood; Col. Armando Cortes i V Hanueva.
ffilSMrauK Col. Jose Saul Guerrero, chief of Venezuelan AT.: Lt. Col. O. Edouard Roy, chief of Hal-
UM A F (Second- row), Lt. Col. Carlos Marroquin, Guatemala AJF.; Lt Col. Gulllermo E. Corvo, Cuban AT.; Maj. Brig. Ivan
Cwpenter Fwrcfra. Brazilian AF.; Maj. Roger Bermudez, acUng chief of Nicaragua AT; i-.f?W:
chief of staff, Peruvian AT; Lt. Col. Andres Mejia M., Colombian AT; Lt. Col. Gonzalo Fernandez, Ecuadorean A.F Wt
pictured: Brig. Gen. Julio E-'Tejada. Dominican AT, . ; (Official USAF fboto)

RESORTS

Baldwin's' furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Smith. Balboa 381.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach heuse. One mil past Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Ocaensid Cottage,
Santa Clare. Bex 435, Bolboo,
Phone Panoma 3-1877, Cricte
bol 3-1673.
WANTED
Houses
WANTED: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house er chalet (2 or 3
bedrooms) in suburbs, Paitilla
preferred. Call Rewley 2-0680,
I a.m. to 4 p.m.; 3-5810 after
4 p.m.'-
Panama Line
Sailing
The Panama liner Panama is
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
for New York Saturday with 130
passengers, most of them Ca-1
nal employes en route to the
United states on vacation. Five
passencers are booked for Port-
au-Prince. Haiti, 1
Amonst the passengers for New
Yorlf are Roger C. Hcakett, Dean
of the canal Zpne junior tw twin
in twin g;eTheodore F. Hotz, Principal
of the Balboa junior-Senior
High School; and Capt. Ernest
B. Rainier, Assistant Pott Cap
tain In Cristobal They are ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their" families.
Those en route to port-ait-Prince
are Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Bleyer; Jackie Ertel; and Mrs,
Helen Sragee and son.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs, Ross A. Aldrich and
two children; Mr. nd Mrs. Reg Reginald
inald Reginald D. Armstrong and daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; James J. Boughner; Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bossard; Mr.
and Mrs. Johri G. Boswell and 4
Children; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
J,. Breheney;;Mr. and Mrs. jo
seph- J. Cicero and, 2. chUdrenr
Mr. and Mrs. v John A. Cooprr
and 3 children: Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Dorey; Miss Margaret Dou
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Doyle, Jr., and 2 children; Mr.
and Mrs.. Curtis Dragoo; Mrs.
Eula R. Driscoll; Donald K. Es
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Fairchild; Samuel olazer; and
Mr. and Mrs. BiUie B. Gray and
2 cniidren. .
Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Hackett
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Harned: Miss Mary Harrison;
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hertgen; Flo-
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Tourist Flees Red
Parly, Asks Asylo
Of Austrian Police
AnwuTwa t- io tttj s...

trianpoiice bounced toda that Churchill and myself that the
Soviet tourist Vladimir Zolotareyiweral?on'11''ould De .1
fled the first political party of Bus- ,T.he fad'i ".".f i
. r. . I.lftimail 4haf Pllool hull tirHAfl lha

sian wurisis in Austria. He wants
itn nmmiirriitn tn thn ITnitoH !tta
The. Soviet engineer was travel-
ing together with 29 other Soviet
tourists tne nrst private, group
to visit Austria In 18 years. : ;.
During : a siehtseeing t r i o of,
Vienna yesterday Zolotarev took
the first chance to leave the group
and to a-eport at 4he- police lead-
quarters, wlier he asked lor noli-
tical asylum.
Soviet ambassador to Austria A.
A. SmirnOv has asked Austrian
authorities for an interview with
the refugee. However, the request
nas not yet Deen answered oy po police
lice police who are witholding Zolotarev'
whereabouts. r
and Mn, and Mrsl Walter G. Pet Peterson
erson Peterson and 3. children.
Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest B. Rain Rainier
ier Rainier and 2 children; Mrs. John A.
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Miss Jessie Rogers; Mr. and Mrs.
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Russia Chargss US 1
Used A-Domb In '45 i
As Political Move
it,
TOKYO, June 13 (UP) -Russia!
charged yesterday the U n i t e d
States dropped atom bombs on Ui-f
roshima and Nagasaki near the;
end of World War II for "purely
political" reasons after rejecting'
a Soviet plea against their use,
A Soviet broadcast, heard in
Tokyo, eharged1 theVe was no mtl-
itary reason at the time of th
A-bombs in August 1945, for usin
the bombs against" 'the. Japanese
cities. .-. "...'. t
In Paris, former President!
Truman called the radio Moscow'
charge "a lie." Mr. Truman,- who
ordered the bombs dropped, said;
"no .one at that time even knew
we had an atomic bomb." I
"Stalin knew we had a weapon
but he did not know what it was,";
Mr. Truman added. "He was in'.
'complete agreement wnn Mr. win-.
." t r 1(
unuea awes not 10 use me aiura-j
ic bombs against the two cities.
But the Soviet plea was rejected,
j the broadcast alleged,
It said the United States used
the A-bomb for ''political-reason" j
for the Influence it would" have.
on other nations of tne worm. K i
. s resutt r,dl?uM0'cT.. ,1
" many ens m uiuu.?
peaceful" cituens were killed in
Dom Dings.
U.S. officials in Washington pin
ned a oronasanda label on Kus.
sia's charge. AV ".:''
Officials said .the soviets. appa-
rently are trying 4o drive a wedge,,
between the United States and Ja Japan
pan Japan by capitalizing on Japanese
sensitivity to wie iuj" ulv
omic weapons, nussia oa
trying for soma tuna to woo Ja-
pan.. i
Winston Churchill
Guest Of Honor
At Monaco Palace

MONACO, June 13 (UP) -Win-I
ston Churchill wai guest of honor
today at the first official luncheon
given by Prince Rainier and Prtj
cess Grace of Monaco, "r
The lunch -was held in the mam j
dining room of the Monacan pal-s

ace.
Churchill was accompanied by
hie nctresn dauehter. baran. msf

publisher, Emery Reeves and Mrs
Reeves, and the British consul in
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TZJ. PANAMA AMERICAN AM independent daili newspaper
PACE SEVEN
Exploded Cotlls
Of Bubbly .Halts
Honeymoon Tour
four days.
Mrs. Janet B. McShane, 24,
Ottawa, said she and her h u
band, Gerald, 25, had put a bott
of champagne on ice in their qua!
ters when it exploded.
A piece of glass struck M r I
McShane, the former Janet W
kinson. on the left side of ha
face. She was taken to Harrisburj
Hospital for treatment.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Palm
Springs Movies have been billed
wiin sweeten snorts on many a
theater marquee but leave it to
Bob Hope, Palm Springs and some
shrewd press agents to put a mov movie
ie movie premiere audience IN shorts!
Bermuda and sun shorts on Bob
and bis celebrity audience, that is
. Even a couple of formal pairs in
white brocaded silk on t local ten tennis
nis tennis pro and his date. -,
Sur,novgh, it was the first
movie premiere requiring knee
make-up. All th glamor dells
stooped to pat en' powdor so no
om could meows "Dahling, you've
got a shiny kneel"
But I can now report one movie
queen not only has had her face
lifted her knees have been lifted,
..too.-,! -. ..
Hope's Now Paramount comedy,
"That Certain reeling," brought
out the knees in assorted sizes and
knobs for the world's first "Ber "Bermuda
muda "Bermuda : Shorts" movie premiere
here in this winter resort city
where the mereury starts soaring
this time of the year.
. But with Hope on the screen in
a slick comedy and in person all
over town, the laugh meter went
the. highest
. It was M degrees at I p.m. out.
side tho town's Plata Thoater. on
Palm Canyon Drive when tho .first
guo'sts started arriving in electric
GOLF CARTS. This premiere,
folks a throe-day, living-it-up af affair
fair affair for 100 press, radio and TV
guest of Paramount and tho
Palm Springs Chamber of Com Commercewas
mercewas Commercewas as original as a Hope
monologue and as-sharp as his
quip to tho audience about his own
Bermuda c ., ';.
"Before TV I could afford long
.pants." '. '- ;;v:'v;'
The Golf Carts skidding up to
the theater' for the charity pre premiere
miere premiere were as appropriate as the
display of assorted knees in this
town where Charley Farrell rules
the tennis crowd, Hope reigns
over the golfing set and Phil Har-
,.; nil tho hnrtpnrtcrs.
X?rZ7? U 'r,,m.mpntr
for Bob's guests after an outdoor I
, j: ... nun wail

'vfnrM-,M who voted against

next day by a preview cocktail

Song Stylist Louise Lamb to Sing
10 Numbers On Father's Day Program

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. ; FEATURED ARTIST: song stylist Louise Lamb.
Popular song stylist Louiseemceed by Kingston's top a ma.
Lamb will be the featured artist, teur talent scout. Vere Johns, as

of a Father's Day program to be
presented by the Junior Llks on
Sunday at the Pacific Service Cen
ter. The program will get under-

way a 3 p.m. ture six instrumental selections,
i (lit addition to accompanying Miss
Miss Lamb, who will appea- Lamb,
with the Carol Greaves Trio. will.

sing ten numbers including, two
calypsoes.,
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Before coming U rede in Pa-
naina a few years ago, tne Ja-um-
can-born singer thr,lied a:.-(Lenc-j
es throughout the Can jbean is-
, land, haying apirid at s-ne o;
the lead n ho.a p'' hie!ubs ei J

theaters." She sans 4 varily shows

party and dinner at the swank

IBilt more Hotel and a late supper
snow at me vni uu nignt ciuo.
Just show up at tho O'Oonnoll
Golf, Course today at 10 a.m.,"
Hopo reminded his guosts at 1:45
in tho morning "and you'll win
handsome trophy."
It should have boon' a Purple
Heart!
Hope arrived on schedule what
a man! but his electric cart was
dargging with three bags, two un under
der under his eyes. So was mine but
luckily I had that certain feeling
(you're welcome. Bob) in the
putting department. There's now a
big "Champion'! trophy in my den.
But my friends seeing it for the
first time may be puzzled. The
small engraving irint says, "Stolen
From Bob Hope." Anythingfor-a
gag-Hope. :'t:'v -:'.-';'
Hope, in fact, took a dim view
of the colfine abilities of all his
Hollywood guests. Some of the
handicaps, not mentioning the
round of parties, required the
same number of figures used to
balance Hope s, bank account.
"Turn in vour seer cards,1
Hod advised everyone before tho
divots atorted flying, ."and then go
to tho no co station and confess.
Lator in the day thoro was a line
oh the police station, as wll as at
tho theater where Hope's now
m..' i slivind.
But I'll, have to confess 1 that
Hodo is the world's greatest flip
lnmat. so are nis Dress asenis.
There WAS a trophy for all the
golfers in what laughingly will be
remembered as "Bob Hope's
Racket Squad Open." Documented
by the Better Business Bureau, of
course.,;,-vi ..
Movie press agents just don t
take chances. 1 Neither" does Bob
Hope. As the last guests departed
HoDe headed for a local tire aery.
in. itatinn "I want to be ready,'
k. iri "for the next Bermuda
shorts premiere. I'm going to have
my knees recappea. ; ..y.
- THF'WITNST
Bob Hope sold
it: t-Jr
miU af I II crv Tomorrow.
re-
Ifs
Bulganin.
well as with showman Dudley Mc McMillan.
Millan. McMillan. The Carol Greaves trio, will lee
I.'sted on guest artist on the
Father's Day program U Philip
IGres.1, ace drummer of the Ua-
rence Martin band, who will, offer
s vibraharp solo. .
.
proseeis of the program will go
nto the EuU Si'io'arship Commit
tec fund to combat h-ve i."e delin

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Today, Wednesday, June 13
P M. ,
A fMi Feature Review
4:30 What' Your Favorite (re-
- quesU taken ty pnoac
till 3:00) :
8:30 News
5:35-what' Your Favorite
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a nn t h. announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON. SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party
:45-M E L A C H R1NO MUSI MUSI-3'
3' MUSI-3' CALE (Nescafe)
7:00-Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
3:00 Music By Roth
6:30 Musical Theater
9;00 You Asked For It (re (requeststaken
queststaken (requeststaken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jaa Till Midnight
12:00-Sign Off. 1 t
Tomorrow, Thursday, June It
A.M.' .".,' i
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
1 Club (requests taken
' by phone ua 7:00) .1
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8rl5-Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille.
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9:30 As I See It
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12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
I J;15 Music Of Manhattan1
r l:30-r-Sons Of The pioneer
l:45Splrit Of The Vikings'
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show '
2:30 Much-B i n d i n g-In-The-
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1 Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
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- till 3:00) I
5:30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 To b announced-
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REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here', To Veterans
6:45 Do It Yourself
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7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
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ll:00-Concert Under The start
12:00-Slgn Off.
Peel T. S. Eliot
Rushed To Hospital
Vilh llD'ri Alfcck
LONDON, June 12 (UP)
American-born poet T. 8. Eliot
was rushed to a London hospital
suffering from recurrent heart
ailment today when h returned
from his annual trip to the
United States,
Eliot, a 68-3fear-oid Nobel orize
winner for literature, has been
afflicted for some time with an
abnormally rapid heart beat.
known medically as tachycardia.
His secretary described today
Illness as a ''alight recurrence."
Eliot was taken from the liner
Queen Mary in a wheel chair
and rushed by ambulance to the
French Hospital in London. A
hospital spokesman' said the
poet-author, stricken two days
out from New York, was "much
better."
A native of St. Louis, Mo., he
settled in England in 1011. He
had just completed a six-week
visit to the United Statdej, one
oi his annua pilgrimage to his
nomeiana to teach and visit.
FIRE CA' L
CHARLESTON W vVa (UP)
Fir Capt. Kenneth Burdette
w on juty tt gtation No 4 when
ne got a call from headquarters to
answer an alarm at 927 Woodhav-
en Drive, his own address. For
tunately.t it was a minor blaxe1
in an overheated clothes drver
'and liamin v pnnfinpH in th

Hypnotized Patient Undergoes
Successful Operation On Lung

Chicago, june 13 (UP) A doc doctor
tor doctor told yesterday of a drastic,
i ,a-hui- iung operation in which
the patient was anesthetized by
hypnosis. ;
Dr. Milton J. Mirmer chief of
anesthesiology at Cedars of Le Lebanon
banon Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles,
described the dramatic operation
in a paper presented at the 105th
annual meeting of the American
Medical Association.
Marmor said the patient, a 25 j
year-old woman, underwent tho j
operation Jan. 17, IMS, for re removal
moval removal of a tumor from th loft
lung, a major surgical procedure
in which th chest cavity Is laid
open. Hypnotism was used as
the principal anesthetic, support supported
ed supported by muicle-relaxing drugs and.
analgesics.
The patient was hypnotized at
10 a.m. and was taken to the o o-perating
perating o-perating room half an hour lat
er. Hypnotic suggestion was con
tinued through the course of the o-
peration, Harmer said.
In such an operation breathing
must be. minimized, ho said, and
when hypnotic suggestion failed to
achieve that result a relaxing
drug, succinylcholine, was ad administered
ministered administered by injection.
Marmer said hypnotic sugges suggestion
tion suggestion was continued through the
course of closing the wound., and
the operation ended at 1 p.m.
Tho pationt was given a post,
hypnotic suggestion t th affect
that her pest aperitive discern
ort would bo minor ond that deep
a breathing would ho asy for hor.
' She' was told to sloop for two
hours and then awaken, Marmor
said. :
"The post "- operative course
was uneventful," he said. "The
amount of narcotics used after
surgery was minimal, and the pa
tient was discharged on Jan. 25 in
excellent condition. Hypnosis has
much to offer the anestheiologist,"
he declared.
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"Hypnosis is a successful auxi

liary measure for inducing anes anesthesia
thesia anesthesia and can effect anesthesia
alone, he said. But he added
that ideally, it should be used in
combination with chemical a
gents. v
Marmer said hypnosis "minimiz
es fear and apprehension, and is
valuable as an adjunct to the mea measures
sures measures commonly employed in sed sedation
ation sedation before and after operation."
Furthermore, he said it can be
used on patients who cannot toler-
at echemical anesthetics.
Another advantage, Marmor
said, is that post-hypnotic sug suggestion
gestion suggestion can help the patient
through discomfort after the e e-poretion
poretion e-poretion by "reducing or elimi eliminating
nating eliminating nausea, vomiting and
pain."
Marmer said the first surgical
operation performed on a hypno hypnotized
tized hypnotized patient was carried out in
1821. -Hypnotism continued to be
usedra surgery until 1850, be said.
but declined in popularity when
ether and chloroform were devel developed.
oped. developed. In recent years, he said, new in interest
terest interest has been expressed in hyp hypnotism
notism hypnotism by the medical profession.

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Daniels Cleared Of
Harlem Ilighl Club
Shooting Charges
NEW YORK, June 13 (UP)
Singer Billy Daniels was cleared
yesterday of charges resulting
from a Harlem night club shoot shooting.
ing. shooting. ;
Judge Jacob Gould Schurman
said the District Attorney's office
did not show Daniels had a gun,
and he dismissed the indictment.'
Schurman said the key witness
against Daniels, Romona .Davis,
sister of Sammy Davis Jr., gave
"four different versions" of the
shooting to the grand jury.
Daniels, 40, was accused of
shooting James Jackson, 33, a
Negro fight trainer, but Jackson
testified he was woundec by an un unidentified
identified unidentified person.
Miss Davis said Daniels had a
weapon, flourished it and an announced
nounced announced he was going to shoot
someone. In a squabble later in

the evening, Daniels actually fired
it, Miss Davis testified.
Schurman said, however,' that
the testimony supported "the fact
that the defendant had no gun;
such is the testimony of Jackson,
who was shot." 7 v 4
District Attorney t Frank S.
Ilocan said hi office would ap appeal
peal appeal the dismissal.
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FAREWELL DINNER HONORS GENERAL A P0UP of Albrook Air Forca officora and their wivea gavt a
AIJA IIDC' DEIIDEIJ f: UffT ID dinnerparty at the El Panama Hotel In honor of Major Cent
AMU MKj. KCUOCll L nUUL, JK. 1 eral Reuben C. Hood, Jr Commander of the Caribbeait Air 1
Command and Mrs. Hood, who are leaving the Isthmus toon. From left to right, front row: Mrs. H. B. Webb,
Mrs. D.T Jones, Mrs, R. C. Hood, Jr., Mrs. E. W. Napier, Mrs. P. A Zartman, Mrs. E. M. Rammage. Back
Row: Mrs. V. M. Sink, Mrs. S. C. Calbreath, Mrs. H. E. Moore, Mrs. C. E. Wilson, Mrs. J, W. Oberdorf, Mrs.

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Mrs. William N. : Taylor,
outgoing Regent, presents
rave) to Mrs. Jens Nilsen,

newly elected Regent of
the Panama Canal Chapter; i
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luncheon held recently at
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iiMif Trt BiiiiT i mmiDC : 11 doesn't even look easy,, does It. Mrs. "Pete" Johnson will tell you it
HOW TO : PAIlll A PILIUKC i$n't-and she should know! For Mrs. Johnson Is well known both her,
and abroad as a talented painted. Original oils'by members of the Canal Art League will be given as-: cqstumt
prizes at the Beaux Arts Ball on Saturday at the Army-Navy Club.



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EITHTH GRADE GRADUATION Graduation exercises for the eighth grade of St: Mary' School in Bal-
tVCD"IC CC IT CT II A DV'C boa, were he,d at St Mary' Cnurch on Jun Left t0 ri8ht: Douglas
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CZ CDATCC )TU AIIHIWCDC ADV a recePti.on ne,t recently at the Washington Hotel in Colon. President
ICLEdKAiCO XJlH AhIiIVCKoAKI V 0f tKe Association,. Julio Salas, is replying here to a congratulatory
peechtnade by .Colon's governor, J. M. Gonzalez. From eft to right are' the Venezuelan Consul Cilberto Ghersi,
Governor of Colon, J, Gonzalez, President Julio Salas, Mrs. Salas, MrV Pedro Calonge, and President of the

Panama Consular Association, Estrada Berg.'

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Mrs. Luis C. Prieto, past' organizing Regent; Mrs.. William N.Taylor, outgoing Regent; Mrs-John Muller, Historian.

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TiTDXESDAY, JUNE 1J, 1351
Lefty Hurls 4-Hitter
?or"3rd Straight Win
IDver Chicago 'Cousins
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

THE FAXAJIA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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V NEW YORK, June 13 (UP) The Chicago
White Sox escaped the humiliation of a no-hitter,
but they'll never win the American League pennant
until they do something about Whitey Ford.

That much Was dear toK?;. preserv"

. T,. waka of Ford's four-hit. 4-2,

"Vfctory over the White Sox at
Yankee Stadium Tuesday night
the Yankees' sixth win in six
i, meetings with the Sox this year
nd Ford's 16th triumph against

only three losses to tnem uuiuig

bis career. ...
x.'rTbe cocky, pint-sized lefty,
who now has beaten Chicago
three times thte season, had
the Sox hitless until Nellie Fox
opened the seventh Inning with
a slow bouncer through the
middle. With the pressure off,
Ford allowed two runs in that
frame before taking hold again
to save the victory.
i Hnnt path about missing a

no-hitter." beamed Ford v aft"

the game. What really mares
me happy lx that the win busted
a two-game losing streak. In
past seasons prolonged losing
streak always cost me my

. chances at winning 20 games
J f tiU instnor streak stopped

r' fast and now, with eight victo

ries, I'm bacx on me peam.
mrri'. win also boosted tne

Yankees' American League lead

tor AW games over tne seconu-

6 place Cieveiana maians, w
.dropped a 9-7 slugfest to Boston,

v ana live games utw wi's
4 vm! Ttprra slnclpd home

r Yankee run to' the first inning
1 and Andy Carey's two-run homer

r in the second maae it a-u. uiucj
singled home another tally in
V the sixth to offset Chicago's

' seventh-inning runs singled a-

..Walt Dropo. ...
., Cleveland had a 5-4 lead
j taver Boston, after six lnnines
v'ron a two-run homer -by Vie
Werti and a three-run blast by
V-'Al Rosen. But Boston teed off
1 for five runs in the seventh
V inning, Including thrte on
,Ted Lepcio's homer, to clinch
' iV't win. Frnk Sullivan gain,

..ri ms mio victory ana
anKaMil hU third InSM.

The see-saw National League
, race saw the Pittsburgh Pirates

A regain first piace wun a 4-3 vic vic-'
' vic-' tory over Cincinnati, which
J dropped Into second place, a
half-game behind. Cincinnati

cored mice ruus 111 uic mau
nlng with Gus Bell's triple the
Jcey blow, but Jack Shepard and
; Bflb Clemente each tagged Joe

Nuxhall for a two-run homer in
the fifth Inning to give the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates a, lead that relievers Roy

ert the rest of the way

The oncomine Brooklyn Dodg

ers took third place away from
the St. Loui Cardinals with a

6-4 victory, their third straight

and seventh in the last nine

games. Duke Snlder's 14th hom

er, his third in two games, lea
Brooklyn at bat while Bobby
Morgan and Ken Boyer hit Card

homers,, tne 15th ior Boyer;
Carl Ersklne was the winner in

relief, his first victory since
pitching a no-hitter exactly one

montn ago.
. In other National League
games, the Philadelphia Phil Phillies
lies Phillies handed the Milwaukee
Braves their. 10th loss in the
last 13 games, 5-2, with a f've f've-run
run f've-run fifth Inning rally that in included
cluded included Willie Jones' two-run
homer, and Monte. Irvin drove

In four runs with a bomer ana
a double to give the Chicago
Cubs an 8-5 win over his old
New York Giant teammates.
Under the Washington lights,
Kansas City won the longest
game of the year four hours.

42 minutes by scoring six runs
in the 15th inning to down

Washington, 9-3. Harry Simpr

son, who had homered in the

12th Inning in vain, tripled with

the bags loaded in the 15th. The

time of game was only 12 min

utes short of the American

League record.

Bury Hoeft of the Detroit Ti

gers sained hi s seventh win

with a seven-hitter as the Tigers
took advantage of .13 hits and

five errors to beat ; Baltimore,

8-1,

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V.F.W. TEENER ALL STARS-rPANAMA CANAL ZONE 1956 Left to right: P. Corrlgan, C. McGriff, T. Webb. F. AmmiratL J.
Godsey, M. Schoch, B. Gibson, P. Corrigan, Sr., manager; J. Thompson,, coach; Lt. Pernlgotti, C. French, J. McGraw, G, Barbier
C. Chase, N. Pederson, D. Humphrey. This team will play at the National VFW Teener Touranment In Hershey, Penn, in August.
The VFW campaign to raise funds to defray expenses is well underway. To date $1177.25 has been raised. $4000 Is the goal of the
.:'. -.-.' .:. committee.'.

Leaders
In The Majors

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 100 official at bats)
national; LEAGCK

Player and Club g ab r h pet

Repulski, "St. L. 33 111 22 42 .378

Long, Pitts. 50 185 37 69 .373

Clemente, pitts. 41 129 22 46 .357

Boyer, St. L. '52 207 41 71 .343
Bailey, Clncl. 40 123 19 42 .341

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Mantle, N. Y.- 52 196 52 76 .388
Maxwell, Det. 41 128 29 48 .375

Kuenn, Det. 46 188 30 68 .362
Vernon, Bos. 40 142 23 50 .352
Berra, N. Y. 43 164 33.57 .348

HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 21
Long, Pirates ............ 17
Berra, Yanks .....16
Boyer, Cards 15

(Four tied with 14)

YESTERDAY'S STAR Mon Monte
te Monte Irvin of the Cubs, who
drove In four runs with a
homer and a double and scored
the deciding run in an 8-5 win
over the Giants.
' TEXAS GOLF RANGE

Dallas. Tex. (NEA) There

are 50 golf courses, existing or
being built, within a 50-mile radius
of Dallas. Seven new ones are eith either
er either finished or under way in the

Houston area.

NATIONAL AMPUTEE

SYRACUSE (NEA) The Lake

Shore Yacht and Country Club

of Syracuse will be the scene of
the National Amputee Amateur

Golf Tournament, Aug. 24-25.

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There if no more wholesome and pleasing drink
than good Scotch Whisky and there is no finer

Scotch than "Black & White". Distilled and
bottled in Scotland, "Black & White" is
Scotch-.af its best. Remember to ask for
"Black i White" next time you call for Scotch,

Distilled and Bottled in Scotland

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SCOTCH .VH1SICY

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RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks
Boyer, Cards
Long, Pirates ...........
Berra, Yanks ............
Musial, Cards

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46
43
42

RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 52
Boyer, cards ........ .... 41
'Yost, Senators r.;. a ... 40
Blasingame, Cards ...... 39
Bauer, Yanks ........... 38
Snider, Dodgers ......... 38

HITS
Mantle, Yanks 76
Boyer, Cards 71
Long, Pirates 69
Kuenn, Tigers ..68
Ashburn, Phils 63
Moon, Cards, 63

PITCHING"

(Based on .5

Decisions)
W L Pet

Lawrence. Redlegs .. 7 0 1.000

Brewer, Red Sox 9 1 .900
Wilson, White Sox ... 8 2 .800

Pierce, White Sox ... 8 2 .800
Freeman. Redlegs ;.. 4 1 .800

McDanlel, Cards ..... 4 1 .800
Labine, Dodgers ..... 4 1 -800

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SWIMMING MEDAL WINNER Awarding Sp-3 Lewis Sims of 'C company, 20th Infantry'
Regiment a swimming, medal, for Uking first place in the 100 meter back stroke anl third
place in the diving, durjng the recent post level swimming .tourney is Lt. Col. Conrad Under Under-dahl
dahl Under-dahl 1st battalion commander, while Lt. Mize Johnson C. O. of ''C" company looks

Byron Must Win On Sunday

To Stay In RP Fight Picture

Battlln Byron Cumberbatch,

the Panama City bantamweight;

who fights Claudlo Martinez in

a ten-round, 119-pound feature

Dout at tne colon Arena sun sun-day
day sun-day night, will have to win if he
Is to remain prominent in the

local boxing picture.

Tne veteran cumoerbatcn
was on the losing end in his
two last appearances, and a
defeat by Martinet Sunday
could mean curtains for the
Calldonia battler, who, at the
ripe ageutf 32, has been a pro professional
fessional professional for over 12 years.

Cumberbatch fought 118-pound

champion Melvin Bourne for the
title Jan. 29, and was TKO ed by

his roughhouse opponent In the

seventh of a scheduled 15-rounder.

He suffered a cut on the side

of the right eye in the fourth
and another under the left eye eyebrow
brow eyebrow in the sixth. His corner
claimed the injuries were caused

by putts, but., be that as lt may,
the fact was that cumberbatch
was a badly beaten and bleeding
boxer when the fight was stoD-

pea.

Cumberbatch's next try was
March 25 against slugging To To-to
to To-to Ibarra, who turned boxer
that night to gain a 'unani 'unanimous
mous 'unanimous verdict in an impressive
performance.
Since that time the "Pride of
Calldonia" has been inactive. He

has been working out under the

guidance of his trainer, vie Hill.

and his camp feels that he is
a sure winner In Sunday's

match. t

Although Cumberbatch has

fought frequently in the feath

erweignt class over the years,

ne expecu to encounter no Oil

ficulty in making the weight
limit of 119 pounds. He was

down to 118 pounds for his ti

tle matcn with Bourne.

A total of four bouts will be

offered Sunday. General admis-J

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Swedish Cavalry Officer Wins

Toughest Olympic Riding Test

STOCKHOLM. June 13 (UP) front in yesterday's dressage

petrus Kastenman, a aweaisn compeuuon, nor Kastenman

Mzii lc2;cs. American Lc2-f-3

Teams

Pittsburgh .
Cincinnati

Brooklyn .

St. Louis .
Milwaukee

cnicago .
New York ,'

Philadelphia

W L Pet
.28 20 .583
.28 21 .571
:27 21 .563
.29 23 .558
.22 20 .524
.19 27 .413
.19 28 .404
.18 30 J75

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New York
Cleveland
Chicago ;
Boston
Detroit

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TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelpnla at Milwaukee W
New York at Chicago
Only games scheduled."

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

New York 200 102 0005 11 S

Chicago 000 303 20x 8 .90

Worthlnerton ) f2.v MpPoIiI

wuiieim, KiaziK ana Katt, wes

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Mlnner (2-S). Tlwn T.an.

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Pittsburgh 000 040 0004 8 1

uincinnau sou 000 0003 8 1

Friend. Face vnt nH

Foiles.

' Nuxhall (3-6), Fowler, Free Freeman
man Freeman and Bailey.

Philadelphia 000 050 00,0-5 8 1
Milwaukee 000 200 0002 .7 1

Haddix (4-2) and Lopata.

Buhl (5-3). Rnrriptfa Tnllv

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oieaier ana.Lranaaii.

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Brooklvn am noi anrvn o 1

St. Louis r v 100 020 0104 11 S

Dickson ft-ftt fnllnm Tanlrann

Konstanty and Sarnl.

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Pet GB
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.490 7V
.472 iyt
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Washington .23

Kansas City .21

TODAY'S GAMER
Kansas City at Washington
" Detroit at Baltimore
, Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

iNignt oame)
Chicago ; 000 000 2002 4 1
New York 120 001 OOx 4 8 0
Donovan (3-2),.. Howell and
Lollar.

Ford (8-3) and Berra. v
(Night Game)" '
Cleveland 020 030 0207 9 0
Boston 310 000 50X 9 14 1
Wynn (6-3), Daley and Heean.
Sullivan (5-3), Slsler, Hurd
and Daley. ' -
(Nieht Game!

Detroit v 002 000 0608 13 0

Baltimore 000 000 0107 7 5
Hoeft (7-2), and House.
; Wight (3-6), Pallca and Smith.
(Night Game)-.
Kansas city
000 000 lin nni ono 11

Washington

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Santiago, Harrington, Gorman
(4-2), Crimian and Thompson.
. Stewart. st.nhh

kales (4-4), Clevenger and Court-

Fourth International Marlin,
Sailfish Tourney This Month

The Panama Port anil Bpi1

Cluh ha annonnrprf it fnnrth

international Marlin and Sa l-

iisn Tournament which will
start oa June 29 and last until

Juiv 30. 1

Anvone nn th Tst.hmnt ni frnm

other countries may enter the

rournampnr. hv navinc t.h in.

scrlption' fee, and may fish fori

as rew or as manv riava as ip.

isired. '

A list of th rrt7P whrh will

uc awaruea iouows:

Marlin Black, Saver, Striped
a) Black
1st and 2nd prize, 30 lb. test
1st and 2nd prize, 50 lb. test
1st and 2nd prize, 80 lb. test

1st and 2nH nriz. TTnlfmiteri

(biggest fish)

b) Silver
1st prize, 30 lb. test
1st prize, 50 lb. test
1st prize, 80 lb. test
'1st prize. Unlimited (basest

flshK

cavalry officer,-won the tough-

est endurance rldln? test in
Olympic equestrian history to today
day today as Jonathan Burton of Fort

Polk, La., was carried off in
course almost unconscious.

The United States and 10 of
the 19 others ,k dropped out or
the team competition during

this 22.6-mile section of tne eru

elling three-day event. Fifty-six
riders started the ride in a pour

ing rain but many of tne men

and their mounts, tumbled over
obstacles, fell into the water

barriers, lost their way In mud

dy forest trials, or gave up in
exhaustion. i
Britain, with Queen Elizabeth

sloshing through the rain and

mud to cheer her countrymen,

held the team lead. But neither
the Britons, who wenKto the

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have won any medals yet The
endurance test was the second
division of the three-day event,
which ends tomorrow with
jumping competition in the

Olympic Stadium.

The U.S. team fell out of the
team competition when Frank

irony 01 Birmingham, Mich.

was disqualified. Drop Dead,
Duffy's mount got fed up with
the grind and refused to take
one of the water Jumps. ? The
horse refused four tunes and th
Judges then told Duffy he was

uiruugn.
A nation falls out of the team

cumpeuuon wnen one or more
of its three riders falls, drops

out ur is xusquauiiea. --,
Arctic Tern Is

Top Traveler

Of Wild Fowl
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though ,600,000 reports of banded

Dims mat nave been recovered re

veal a large general pattern ,of

movemeni, mere nave been sever several
al several notable diversions.

A pmtau duck banded in North

Dakota was killed in South Amer.

tea. Another was shot on a Pacific
Island three months after it had

been banded in California' 4.500

miles distant A third was baeeed

in England 21 days after being
banded in Labrador.

The champion traveler is the

Arctic tern. Its annual round-trip
migration of 25,000 miles extends
from the Arctic- to the Antarctic.
Several of these terns banded in
North America turned up in

southern and northern Africa.

e) Striped'
1st prize, 30 lb. test
1st prize, 50 lb. test
1st prize, 80 lb. test
1st nrize. Unlimited fRWpil

fish) "!
Mako Shark
1st prize, Unlimited
SaSrish

Larppst sail fish nn nn in nnrl

including 15 tnreaa, 50 lb. text
line.

AhV U Ma &1U Ul 1 mt Ullirfl.ll I JI i

lb. test

1st and 2nd nrize. 6 thread vni

lb. test

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'v 1st and 2nd prize, 9 thread, 30
lb. test ..-,.,,
1st and 2nd nri i thraaif

50 lb. test
Most Sailfish Released In On

Day By A Fisherman
'1 Hard luck or Consolation
prize - -.
Largest, other 'species:
4 prizes, dolphin, on 3, 1 f
and 15 thread V
, 1 prize, tuna -1
prize, wahoo
. 1 prize, amberjack

Most Outstanding Catch Df

xournament a Trophy Award-

ed by The Panama Rod and
Reel Club
There will hn fnnllTw faMlltlp.

at piiias Bay anchorage and at
Cocnx Point

points will be there and at Co Co-cos
cos Co-cos in the Perlas Islands.
A large number of Miami fish fishermen
ermen fishermen have slfrnftUrl hli In.

tention of entering the tourna

ment, ana considerable interest

nas wen shown 1n Venezuela ad
Uruguay. Sine Panama I mmh

a central point in the nemlsphere

u is nopea mat tne tournament
will gain in Latin American en entrants
trants entrants as time goes on. -.

Members of pverv fkhinw flnh

In Panama and the Canaf Zona

are being invited to participate.
A grouo of Chiriqui sportsmen

aiso wu enter tne torneo.

Tournament chairman fnr th

Panama Rod and Rppf rlnh l

Ken Middleton, and any inquiries-
may be addressed tn him at

Hotel El Panama. 1

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Thnrstv jHdv HolH-lav. In "BORN YESTERDAY"

DIABLO HTS.
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Wm. Campbell MRmie Van Doren
Keenan Wvnn

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Thiirxdiiv 'TWTS IS MY LOVE"

GAMBOA
7:00

Jane Wyman & Charlton Heston
"THE TENDER TRAP?

MAPG4MTA John'Aear & Mara Corday
6:158:0IL "TARANTULAS
-:' Thursday "LET'S DO TT AGAIN"

Anne Baxter ft Rock, Hudson-

CRISTOBAL
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Thursday The Academy Award Picture "MARTY
PARAISO :15 8:00 John Carrol, in "THE FLAME"
LA BOCA "Indestructible Man" & "LOUISIANA'' -
SANTA CRUZ "NAKED ALIBI A "NIGHT MONSTER"
CAMP BIERD Joel McCrea ft Yvonne de Carlo "BOR "BORDER
DER "BORDER RIVER"

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By HARRY GRAYSON
1MVHFSTER. NY. (NEA) All

the more areomDlished solfers do

not turn professional.

twenty-seven 01 ujera pose me
atrnnvest amateur threat in the, U-

nited States Open in 23 years in

Kocnester, June 14-ie. inai many
qualified, but Dick Chapman of
Pinehurst withdrew. Harvie Ward

was automatically eligible as 'the

isauonai Amateur cnampion.

PeoDle who havt tramped fair

ways as long as Francis Ouimet

agree that this country has more
superlative simon-pures than ever
before, and all of them were not
interested in the Open. Joe Conrad

and uoug banders remained a a-broad
broad a-broad for the French Amateur.

for instance.

The Eddie .Lowery entry, as
they would say at the track, will
take a lot of beating over the East

Course of the Oak Hill Country

Club. In cue you are not up on
aiirh thif10 the Tsiwerv entry in

composed of Harvie Ward and Ken
Ventud, and they are amateurs.
There isn't a tougher pair in the

field of 162. ,t!

ftiu-h a Lean lusaa aa Cene

Sarazen rather fancies the Lowery

entry. .

n hiu vwma "b'1 J itgMuwi
the Open at the Olympic Club of
San FranpUra a veir tan and

led the first two rounds," recalls

Sarazen. "Young venturt came out
of the Army to give Lowery a one one-two
two one-two punch. That was made perfect perfectly
ly perfectly clear when Venturt had to

blow up late in the going to lose
this year's Masters to Jackie

Burke.

"Venturt was very unset about

that, and baa the game with which
to hoimee back.

'Lowerv knows how to Dreoare

goiters for Dig one. warn ana
Venturt do not tee off over-golfed
... . is

HoU I

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Yard 445 J90 20S 571 440 170 4 432 41S 3495

.. ni atranre thine

To the connoisseurs oi u. o ,Jet once

about Hurricane Jacason Vctlon alM, ,ong

rVvd Pattern lUght to the Garden n like so many of the touring pros."
F TShn. tr welaht; had tot to do with It: Tippg WM oef, caddie
' if. Miv kelson had a, surprisingly long pull of 15tt the home grown lad re re-scales
scales re-scales at 183, iSf Cfnaii tn surrender, posed nUM, .h. Rritjek .tm. Harrv

" -r . ; -j l. a- nlav-ou tor tne upen at i n e

indeed, the weight m-.mJJ'SSl Club- BrookUne, in 1913.

Hob 10

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Master Your Game...

Play Shot You Can Make.

By JACKIE BURKE
Master of the Master
Written for NEA Service

I

rue Tom mi P Hera Is a map of the East Course ever which Jack neck Is defending the
THE TBPy?krSJli!JS.ill V ii.. oTir hiii Country Club la Rochester, N. Y.

Uniiea outiea vven vumi"r v

'w.U.i1ghti and lets to theia a Wir, T,rb.r, ,nd the

tew of which even seemed to make direct Mnw u University North crotto. and
ienMUve nerve center that the profession caUa the button, yei yenturi g natiyf ,e ,ut
enauvenet v ta Jackson, or even bring nun terv in Snn Franc sco.

tohVtoees ."-'r;. ... andmstdo.ll right because they
vo ma ui . eau.nn'a nunchtaB DOW- are totally disinterested in golf's
v.fnTtiiv. this was no tribute to Patn".P1innir. r.ii

U.tmt JZii-i to the Both have played a great deal
- other things, and save JSSMSn with Byron Nelsor, who spends
. ilL 4w nf BeneraUne any violence cm n own. .,, i- sn Franc sco.

WU&W. S S lock had. been more cooperame enanc ; -a, ord"Byron., compact.

-Patterson would have scored Mfw" Va al- upright, well-controlled one-piece

ttal? W ST Tell funded ending the round. m ,.

ro"As it watAV former Olympic oeTln the toS Wr ---tb. given consider-
to decisively u to make it no contest, "J1
KS -71 iniit Herislon. due to a 6-5-1 vote by referee uarry Tavlor. a dent st

' KeT favoring Jackson. er&h .Totted to S fuP,and- Calif- "u,ld, be-4adark
of this gentleman's competence, the sooner be tt reineaW hom He won tne Caufornia Ama-
.. i "es T aii1 tT hftt.tftf r- t- -r- v ..- ,t ... AAimta n iimiit and Until

I arm 1 w-i. -r v.: : wm VUMl"v --
, ;e .. I- : ..: Venturis splurge in the Masters

!. A.C-fr-SS.f fr':.: '; '.V'T-' Ji'llV was rated the finest, player in

C'i f i t i i FLOYD STILL UNTESTED:" f.ix;3 state where mat type aoouna.

"" ' a .t.H.viKA AnnA. I fiana t sKlliaaatrlaM aI Atlflntft

Because Patterson had been ed a form7 pro" who Earned amateur
nents by a manager wto..ffi1Lnntatfd.to the status. Is an experienced, -strong

a bruliant prospeci, n;,"hr-MS30a.- player. John Garrett is a college
that he had faced no formidable opposiuon. - k"?. T Phii tuatttn

.-And since Jackson "SS rf LaJoll., cihl' a remarkable
Louis and Marciano, tiwwi to this pnents junior., A '
- etlll, the young man can do i no more than t0chim. Tnere are other crack amateurs
they give him, and UvL h had to do ro quuiy iu hagn,t bwm
- pionship was to beat The AntoaV then It cannot he saia w mby gjnce John Good.
be failed. . ....utentw fast nace bt two man bounced down in front at
This -HhiiM North Shore Glen View- niS
men who were perfectly mmJJL he was capable of 1933,, but the simon pures lead
aupremeiy confident, appearedjo believe h i was capao ddle
stopping Jackson early, and tore tato him BetT llth the when you haven't a Bobby
' ;.n ith loltinr combinations to the. beta, wrown i wn w R HnBiii in full

B;d of a WMwlfbt He : & Zrl to MkC. picket the winner of the
putting Jackson away, though hrhtinf in Open is even more difficult than

backtracked steadily. y:,.":'.;, ,;.,;;,i,,,,;;..-:;:.':.1;; ;( ,..,: jBut Harvie-Ward and Ken Ven.

- nti 'ce and Jackson's sporadic aweepingswtags to teri have the shots to make very

the vreWnning ;to -Sl

, anyaUacKWorinyoiwu,-"- haye

- ersiouw

feofcourseia

. hearty and J-TL'j woufd

SS tf 'iSrra and therefoJe be wo'uld not

let her down.

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Lynn Lovenguth

Giving Toronto

'Shot In Arm'

NOTHING SMALL HERE Jimmy Blair. Little League nret

oaseman m Vancouver,-. t wj "h fiu
hitter as Larry Sutuki gives him the ooh and ahh treatment.

Utile League

Cuts Repair Bill

Trouble, mental or physical
miict he eAftnnered hv thinking Of

what you can do rather than what

you might do.
T was acared of the seventh hole

at Riviera, near Los Angeles. It

has a dog-leg fairway Denaing len
in riaht an narrnw vol can hardly

walk down it without stepping into
trouble. I tried time after time to

fae a driver around the dog leg.

The KnU Un't verv lnn. I felt

that a good, solid tee shot would

set up a birdie. ; .....
A fade with a driver is idiotic
reoarHleca nf who attemotS it. I

bogeyed the hole more often than

no;.

T. mvaelf nf trvlnd to ateer

the hall. I abandoned the driver Common aense and a bit of lma-

and hit mv tee shot with a four liination will accomplish What

wood. This meant some sacnucej can't be describee; in ao enure tn-

the green instead of a seven. But 4w

since my atempis a seumg up ai uuiv, Pi;
birdie with the driver were get-; you know you can play, not; no

ting bogeys, it seemed the only re- you nope you can piay.
course. The results were natu- ..

ral: steady pars and eventually what: awiax ana enjoy ypur
my share of birdies. ,'owa game. ,-

KVXO vnnif .Tune 1!t(TTP)

Lynn Lovenguth, who compuea

a neat i.m carneu-ruu nveiugc
with Syracuse last year in the
International League, Is giving
the Toronto Mania Leaf a "shot

I in the arm" this season.

The 32-year-old rignt-hander
frnm rnmdpn N Y., tossed UD a

three-hitter Tuesday night to

give the Lean a o-3 victory over
the fnhimhiK Jeta artd third

nlare in the atandines. The loss

dropped the jets to fourth, a

half-game in back oi tne Leais.
The victory was Lovenguth's
eighth against four losses.

Kell Repliaces Boone

As Top Vote-GetterA
For 3rd Base In A.L.I

NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) I the baseball classic which yjU

fleorce Kell of the Baltimore! be held this year ai.onium

Orioles replaced Ray Boone of Stadium In Washington, Jury 10.

Kell toDped Boone. 2,902 votes to

,2,212.

the Detroit Tigers today as the

No. l vote-getier amone; Amen.

can League tnird oasemen m um; . im.r.
hallotinS for the 1958 Ma or Sever of the e m erw Amjr i

fiaffiVe All-Stkr tame lean League reaaers in
League A-bwr game. Lear'a ot.inr atarted at the r no.

The Kell-for-Boone switch Jsitlons in the 195S game. -Titfy

are: Micsey veruuii, oukvuji, e
first base; Nellie Fox. Chicago,

at second: Harvey Kuenn. ve
troit, at third; Ted Williami,
Boston; Mantle and Al Kalln.
Detroit, In the outfield; and

vanraientefi the nniv channe a

mong the leaders in the second

tabulation of votes apnouncea oy
Pnmmiaalnnrr Ford Frlck'S Of

fice. The first tally of fan votes,
im,4iMfrAt kM nwinani.n and

rm.. .tH..Al bn1. nnMOe( roHIn anri talevlslnn atfttlOtlg. WSS

their first-nlaee lead hv A half." announced last Saturday.

game over tne Kocnesw mu

Wings by defeating the Rich- Mickey Mantle of, 'the New

mono Virginians. 4-s, wnue-, wmxur iun, uij

Red Wlne divided a pair o;

games with the Miami Maruira.

Rocnester won ine opener, o-a,
nn hnmsra hv fpnp f!rpPTl find

Tom Burgess and the Marlins

took the nightcap, 13-4, on nom nom-ers
ers nom-ers by Ben Tompkins, Larry No-

vak and Micsey jwiceioua.
The Havana Sugar Kings and
fh nnffaln Rlaona ftl.o divided

something, so w. got together and g'

stanea a junior miss League. iou"""-' . j tv,.
can't find a kid in the neighbor- bottom of the seventh i and the
hood to go to the store for you any Sugar Kings the nightcap. 3-0,
more. They're all out playing! behind a seven hitter by Don

nrtritn aemlv arave the Impression that her

loved wBno r

.... .11 v,r. at-t. ij k-nnw sooner or later. ana u

. cSwwiTS Yet em she will bet it back on Patter-

ton the next time na siarw. ,

' By JIMMY BEESLIN i
.. NEA Staff Correspondent
The good that Little League
Baseball does for kids is as a rule,
one of those things, which can't be
measured.

But Robert J. O'Connor, chief of
police in Bayonne, N.J., has found
a way. He counts window panes.

"In 1951. the damage to school
windows during the summer re recess
cess recess ran to a couple of thousand
dollars," Chief O'Connor syas.

"Kimu had notrmff to on ao uiev

hang around the school yard and

bust windows, r rom mere, iney u
go on to other, things.. We were
busy all aummer ;

Hlir .TnA V9V ir I1I1W. J

jliwo v
Prxnnnf feovfl Mho kirifi flTft tOO DU

WU'IVI owjaif v -
. rtisirtnii hail The h 11 for bro

ken school windows is less than

$100 these days."

Bayonne is an

80.000 located 45 minutes irom -j---,, ... .-, r"" A V-riVl. ..-

downtown New York City. Idle - aj" th. White Sw'Srt.

summer hours, in a town sucn as,. --.-.-- h.lrt tn the

Berra, catcher

Bchoendienst. shortstop. ErWe
Banks of the Chicago Cubs, and

center nemer uuxe unianr or xre
Brooklyn Dodgers ftrs the or'y
National 1 Leamit leaders who

were in the 19.15 starting lineup.
The bther leaders at their post

uon are:.uai Long,.fuuDurpa,

at, urs DBsej ulkti xjnyer. ri..
Louis, at third; Rip Repuli,
st Louis, left field: Man MuM-l.

Al (Red) Schoendienst, St. St. Louis, right iiem; ann ncy

Louis Cardinals second' base-campaneiia. prooKiyn. caterer,

man. led Nauonai League pmy- im twm .nw v-
or. in the haiiotinp- with 8.348 race was for left field, where

wo r. -- ... ... ....

hnme run leader, remained the

moat nnnuiar choice among au

the mnlnr leao-iiera. Mantled to

toi nf a rs votex for American

League center fielder was tops.

while teammate yogi uerra was
i. j.u 0 anil v. .: '!

W1UI l,OU.

Hv BEANS REARD0N

24 Years in National League

Written for NEA service

QtiPSTrnNr With a runner on

Krmt the hatter hita a flv to richt

The runner holds up between first
and second. The batter rounds first
The outfielder drops the ball, then

hall."

, Bayonee's S m a 11 Fry circuit
v atarted hv the Deoartmant

jof Parks to give any kid who

man i matte a utue League team
a chance to play.

Richt now. its big stars ar a

brother battery,' Pete and Bob

Kocmalskl. Bob is 9 and pitches.

Pete 11 tinea the catcninff. in

their first outing, Bob tossed a no-

hitter

Gross and Rudy Minarcin.

Along The Fairwav;

GOLF NEWS FltOM THE
AMADOR LADIES
By "MO"'

" Golfing became impossible on
the fifteenth hnle laat Thursday

'180-and kids-15,000 in the LL Tournament had to be postponed
Svlvia Pnhen. who helns imtil Turi .11 ;

keep things going smoothly in that Those of us who lacked the
area, has an interesting observa- courage to brave the weather

iion. ..r,r.. jayooid axfjo give a- rousing
' indnrfriai eitv of' "Most of 016 Pe0p,e J"min ha cheer to the girls who did try to
'45nSiTem.rW.?,l,a.d0l,,! hm.. PiPlay. Alyce French,. Betty Hay-
45 mmutes irom . . fee iararet ttntln Jeanne

votes Repuisn naa z.s : votm.
mki ti- n, thlril ha co nnlEnnla of PhiladelDhla. I.fl39 And

the American League team wasFrank Thomas' or .Pittsburgh,
the closest of any position for 'U81.. ,..?h s;"--,'v

PANAMA AMERICAN

w f hro-nave Deena nir." wr Slmms shrely deserve a

and false fire a

;':.-,;: sai. tnr rTISTOMEltS i

.i f; i' r - lino uuilioiuoi vuvvm
; thMui it anlHlv into the stands

B-.niHAn ii tn hnw Patterson rr.ieht do against Archie ... ... ,k. ,lnn... .Hvanee?

Moore if they come togethef in September wUh Rocky Marcla-GaVwilSrr.

t?. no'rH'en 1 nw?r: T.thirt ars.ona.

two bates

tha stands.

but in a situation such at this the

umnlra cannot advance tne rirtr

nos aDanaonea neavjwnin wvwu Jr" T,"" Answer: to mira 1
second to the sensation Induced by ftndlng the Garden abloom tMir, You got
with that rare avis among present-day ring addicts, the live, Tu throw into
il.W mbwImi Alictnmr v.: V,....:.. ,, .la...a!. ..aL

Ther. were some 12.000 of the species In the old arena,

truly an extraordinary turnout tor a fight In these days when farther, than third.
TV channels are cluttered with free fisticuffs and promoters "q Dattw ,wins at a wild pitch
work both sides of the street at the same time. ; for the third strike, then makes
The event had maestie imprimatur of our boxing commit- .. ay How would you secure
inn .. n official tten toward fillinr the vacancy. Thi was nnh Rrvant.

done so as to assure both Patterson and The Animal that they A ltriktwt and on error for

were not fighting merely lor money, a miscvncepuoo u v pHchor, The pitcher la nor
common among fighters today. -.. ..Lk.raad wim a wild pitch.

- Additionally, the chairman of the commission took time oir
from his literary efforts to attend in person. He sat directly

in front of Joe DiMagglo, but without his formais, that is to
say, his gleaming armor and white plume, the chairman was
not readily identifiable.
A report was in circulation at ringside that his next con contribution
tribution contribution as an author will be called "How I Emerged Triumr
tmant In My Epic Struggle With Tex Sullivan." It could not

be immediately confirmed. ,

ken windows

larms.
in the five veara that Little

League has been in Bayonne, it

has grown to a point wnere i,w

youngsters are up to tneir eart in

"We have every kind oi league

you can name" reports Morris

"Rosie" Bosenoerg, atjaumv
Times -ennrta editor.

"We have Little League ami
Babe Ruth League and a new wrin-kle-a
SmaU Fry League. This
season the girls started to ask for

a maior held to the

nrncrram The Soc DlaV the CubS

i in an intra-city game, each sum-!

mer ana pass tne proceeu w ni-

Ue League.

ST-, a

BE

Oat Hitntrf tram

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POKER

SLOT MACHINES

BAR SERVICE

' aUr-CoodltloacO Satae

charged with a wilt) pitch.

Arrived Late. ;

but Dined VcII

, ks-w YORK (NEA) Midafter-

Inoon charged down, the Belmont

n..l 4-aPI tA nfil. AWIICO KJU.

Find and Nashua and win hit first
. . a ..

Stymie did not win a stakes un

til four, went on to earn aio,.
Three eight-year-olds won stakes
. u.Mi Did Rntrh.

k.a.H hi. tint at five and has

passed tne jiwj.wu mi
j le.hlnnmera in 1955

went to Dark Damsel which at

nine became a stares winner iyi

firet time at Loneacres i

Seattle. Blaze Fi.ce became a

Hakes winner at seven ai eiucu-

nial, Liiueion, yoio. oiura

way won nis tirst swsei i iuu'
lat vear a eight was still

winning stakes,, bringing his earn

"Hlp-Hlp-Hooray, from the rest
of us sissies. ...
We are looking forward to
! a. aa.a . .. Mil a M

. ..,. ,,, next xnursaay s Biina ; eogcy
Around Mmneapol s. they a" t Tournament. Happy golfing to

you. au. Hope to see you next
Thursday.

Bretton Motto

Is Recalled By

His Tragic End

rvnrir.n cmfai wlion Tihn,

ny Bratton, pen (files, was com committed
mitted committed to a state mental institu institution
tion institution in Ccbicago, those 0a the box

ing beat rememoereu one oi nis
best lines. v
Johnny B, as he was called, al al-wavi
wavi al-wavi would utter it when somebo

dy would refer to the numerous
and mysterious losses he piled up.
I ....... a a! .t. II L.1J

. wnen youro uirougn, ma
snap, "they don't askyou how ma ma-mo
mo ma-mo Biiva van heat Thev Want to

know how much you got in your
. i . i j . i

wait for George Mikan to make
his annual appearance as an um-
nlre Rnh Reiri. who directs a LL

in that city, is publicity man for

U1C uruiesaiUlltti uanncwion

meapolis Lakers. He brings ueorge
out to work on) game a year.

Sports Shorts

PULLED UP
T.AWRENCE. Kans. (NEA)

Mill Mierier aiiffereri a : aliehtlv

pulled muscle in hit throwing arm

a few days oeiore tne urane ao ao-lava
lava ao-lava with the result that t h e

Kansan skidded to his seasonal
low of 52 feet 11 inches in the

shotput.. .

WESTERN OPEN

CAH Fill YOUR SEEDS!

tic 3 1 enn wrBn ijtnow now mucn you goi ID yuur
SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) -The Docket If you'ro undefeated nd

WeeUofi Anan flnlt PhAmnirMU l. M..u a. k.an

ifcaiciu wpu r- lUruftB. yvu iv m uuui.

snip Will DC acciaea uver uw nc-

sidio course

Oct. 11-15

it J.s- I

i ew

vnaniiT punTnr.RAPHS serve as a warm, Intimate room

divider. This one. designed by a F"a 'fcJ'fZ!
portraits back to back, brass chains and two-by-four studs to
' creato a gallery that divides without crowding. v

Bratton ran through

more than $300,000.

, i Susan Havward. ih l I

"I'LL CRT TOMORROW TOMORROW-Jeff
Jeff TOMORROW-Jeff Richards, In i
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. HONOR ADENAUER AT YALE German Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer (left) talks with A. Whitney Grlswold, president of
"Yale University, after Adenauer was awarded an honorary
'Doctor of Laws degree at the university's commencement
' exercises at New Haven, Conn.

17-Year Locusts, Caddis Flies
Plague Residents Of Midwest
,-r. t. i'fTTPJ.A!sects"in treetops causes a whir

q 7
niaeue ui crui""B s
sects buzzed about the heads
. -octHonto in narts 6f Illinois, In
diana. Iowa and Wisconsin to-
This is the year of the 17-year
locost for1 Northern Illinois, In Indiana
diana Indiana and Southern Wisconsin.
nnt.he MlssissiDDi River, Keo.
kuk. Iowa, was plagued by clouds
':cf tiny "river bugs" or caddis
-flies.-: N;::v
v Entomologists say the 17-year
locusts are not ac.uany wcusus,
although similar in appearance
to the grasshopper-type insect.
The insects, which appeared out
of the ground abou. a weeK ago,
are'properry Known as yen-m-cal
.cicadas, the experts said.
rricarfas in some sections are
'm thick they almost cover the
bark of trees on which they lay
their eggs. At Williams Bay,
Wis,, State Entomologist E. L.
Chambers said, "you cant put a
finger down without touching
one."
A. heavy infestation of the ln-i
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.'ii.;" -.i in
;ing "Tn.6nrAe
the noise Is maddening. To oth others,
ers, others, it is a fas,clnatins sound
heard only a few times in a life lifetime.
time. lifetime. It's caused by male cicadas
vibrating the undersections of
their abdomens as sort cf a mat
Etli Bum w..at..w w ww f-
ing call to the females.
. Mrs. John MacArthur of Val
paraiso. Ind.. said they made,
such a din it was "almost lmpos.
sible to think."
. The experts predict the sound
and the cicadas will vanish in
about six weeks for another 17
years once the eggs are laid..
The insects in Keokuk are a
different matter. The caddis fly.
known locally as the "river dur,1
has been swarming Into the
town every night from the Mis
sissippi river bank.
The tlnv insects are not stop
ped by window screens. They fly
directly into houses and hover
around burning lamps, TV tubes,
or any thins that sheds light.
State entomologists have been
unable to come up with a sure
fire solution to the problem.
Wile Of Pagan's
Beauty Conlesi
KARACHI, June 13 (UP)
Pakistan's "First Lady" bowed
to centuries old custom last
night and asked the sponsors to
call off the country's first na nationwide
tionwide nationwide beauty contest.
The Begum Iskander Mirza
stepped Into the midst of what
has become a national lssu
here, where custom rules women
should remain concealeq behind
veus.
Relifiou leaders ncTOnftrier
anH a flood nf IpMpm tn iriitor.i
haye complained the contest
would disgrace Pakistan In the
eyes of the Islamic world. I
Tn a statement tn nwKmn J
the President's i Iranian-born
wife said: 'I have been receiving
many letters and telegram ask
ing me to Intercede and request
the committee... to abandon the
Idea of the beauty contest.
' "After a great deal of thought
I now appeal to the committee
to bow to public opinion and a
bandon the beauty contest."
The contest was to pick a Pak
istani girl for the Miss Universe
Contest at Long Beach, Califor California..
nia.. California.. '", 'V; ";.
Divorced Playmate
Of Marilyn Still
Mum Over Romance
NEW YORK Ju,ne 13 (UP) --Playwright
Playwright --Playwright Arthur Miller, who
won a divorce in Nevada Monday,
returned here yesterday, still
mum about his romance with Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn Monroe.
- It a my business, frankly,
Miller told reporters.
The actress was 'not at the air airport
port airport to meet Miller who said it
was possible he might see her "in
a. day-or so.".
Asked if be planned to write a
vehicle" for Miss Monroe. Miller
said he would "be delighted to do
it, nut t don't know how to write
a vehicle for a partcilar indivi
dual." .' -;,.'.,1,!--'.
n wm 1 1 in 1
v It's o real kindness to trust a
woman with O secret, because
she feels so important when she
tellsit.:- v

'It tA people

Mat TEAS

Pero

nist

Was Slated To Be President

BUENOS AIRES, June 13,
(UP) A flrlne sauad executed
Peronlst Gen. Juan Jose Valle
last nicrht for his attempt to
overthrow th Argentine eovern
ment by revolution and install
himself ax nresident.
Valle was executed under the
martial law lmrjosed In tne wane
of the abortive weekend upris
ing a total of 45 rebels have
been executed by firing squads
so far. -;
Valle was one of three men
officially Identified by the Ar
gentine government as the lead leaders
ers leaders of the 12-hour uprising.
Only one is still at large
Gen. Raul Tanco, who like va
lle, was cashiered from the ar
my for Peronlst sympathies.
Raul-Lagomarslno, multlmil
llnnaire industrialist named as
the civilian leader in the conspi conspiracy
racy conspiracy to overthrow the govern government
ment government of President Pedro E. A-
ramburu. was arrested Monday
Valle was slated to becomej
president of Argentina had tne.
rebellion succeeded. He was cap-
ti,Mit n rinwntram ttiienos Aires,
earlv vesterdav. He was' tried
and sentenced to death by a
military court martial a
few.
hours later.
t.7nm. Valle was escorted
under heavy guard from the 1st
Enrollment Re-Opens
For CZJC Course
In Auto-Mechanics
The ranal Zone Junior Col
lege Summer Session course in
auto mechanic which was can
celled last Monday on account
of Insufficient enrollment has
been re-opened for further en-
rnllmcnta at the rtnuest Of a
number of prospective students,'
Dean Roger C Hackett an-j
nounced today. If a sufficient
number enroll by June 20. ine
course will begin on saiuraay
morning, June 23. The class will
meet from 8 until noon on Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays and will continue for
eleht weeks.
Last year this class wag so
nopnlar that it was necessary to
divide it into two sections. Paul
R. Kuyoth, of the Balboa Hich
School faculty, who taught the
cours then will again be the in
atmrtor
Auto mechanics will be prima primarily
rily primarily a. lahtoratorv course conduct-
ed chiefly on an Individual neio
basis. Students who have dlffi-
culty In making repairs on their
own cars will be given special
attention and instruetions on
how to. make needed rcbairs
properly.,
Those students, however, who.
are not Interested In working on
their own cars will be offered a
chance to obtain information
and experience in the ooeratlon
of the engine lathe, milling ma machine,
chine, machine, shaner. oxy acetylene wel
der, sheet metal machines and'
the automotive valve recondi reconditioning
tioning reconditioning machine, In addition' to
a number of other pieces of
equipment.
Women, as well as men, are
eligible to enroll In the course.
Enrollments for the course
ma ybe mad In the Junior col college
lege college office any week-day and tn
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday evenings.
US Navy Recruiting
Special Personnel
For Reserve Duties
A special program has bsen es established
tablished established by the Navy to recruit
qualified men and women for war wartime
time wartime telecommunications censor censorship
ship censorship duties in the Naval Reserve.
A limited number of applications
will be accepted for advanced en enlisted
listed enlisted ratings up to and including
chief petty officer.
' These rttings do not involve ac active
tive active duty except in the event of e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency and the activation of the
sjpecial program to which person personnel
nel personnel holding such ratings will be
assigned. : ,.-: .,- 1 '
Persons havine experience In
the fields of export-import, finance,
communications, shipping, press or
broadcasting are eligible for con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Men and women who
are bi-lingual are particularly de desired.
sired. desired. Those who are Interested and
possess the qualifications outlin
ed above may obtain further in information
formation information about this program from
U. S. Naval Station Rodman, or
Headquarters, 15th Jfaval District,

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. F WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1958

Reb

Motorized Division headquarters
in Buenos Aires. At 10 p.m., the
government announced he had
been executed.-
Valle was director-general of
engineers in of the Argentine
army until the i overthrow of
former dictator Juan D. Peron.
A government announcement
also reported the execution of
cashiered army lieutenant Juan
Alberto Abadie, convicted of kill
ing a policeman during the
fighting at La Plata. Abadie was
executed by a firing' squad made
up oi federal policemen.
Little League
Boys 11 Girls 9
Eleven boys : and nine girls
were born at Gorgas Hospital
durinir the week endlnsr at mld-
niirht June 11. ecrnrriinc to the
regular hospital report. During
the same period 203 patients
were admitted and 179. were dis
charged.
The names and, addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
were:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L.'1 Pow Powell,
ell, Powell, of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard O. Bernard, of Farfan;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Vaughn.
(of Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. Harold
r. Eckstein, of Pedro Miguel; Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest T. Gooble, of
Fort Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs. Paul
B. Holloway. of Curundu: ; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert R. Denny, of
Cocoli; S-Sgi and Mrs. Ollie F.
Cook, of Rousseau; Mr. and Mrs.
Jose Chamorro, of Panama CM

ty; Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Brath- u?n Personnel stationed or em em-walte,
walte, em-walte, of La Boca and Mr. and'P10 l f Gulick Fort Davis
Mrs. Charles A. Alexander, of and Coco S0"10 re bemg offered

Paraiso. i ; 4 ; 1 v
. !y :. -v y .y

Girl babies were born to the prpugh July 30. Eligible children
following: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sclude those who have completed
D. M. Anthony, of Panama ritvl018 but have not en-

Mr. and Mrs. Allan R. Small. of,tere(I 1116 nmtn

Panama City: Mr. and Mrs. Dar.
rel D. Jaqua, of Locona; Mr. and
Mrs. Adolphus J. Bennett. of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. Mar Mar-tin
tin Mar-tin A. Adams, of cocoll; Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth A. Mellen, of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. Rupert O.
Berkeley, of Panama Cityf Mr.
and Mrs. Robert W. Mil wood. of.

Panama City; and Lt. and MrsJFort Gulick S e r v i c e club on

Francis B. Plencner. of Fort:
Clayton.
HAIR OIL,
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich, i-i
wvy a- sign readme "Com-
Dlete
front
Lubrication" is across the
OT Imi harhArehnr. h.M
une ouiiding once was a service!

station and the old sign was never struction are scheduled to be held
removed. A smaller sign identifies at the Fort Davis gym on Tues Tues-it
it Tues-it as a barbershop. 'day and Fridays. Mrs. Albert

TODAY
0.75
TFIVTRAT
JJL J x wLUnLLr

THE PICTURE THAT WON 3 ACADEMY AWARD!
The boldest story of love you have ever been
permitted to see...! ."
hVISTAVISION!

ii,ifclrl;
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country is safe' Abraham Lincoln.

I Chief Shot.

TRIP INTERRUPTED BY UPRISING Argentine President
; Pedro E. Aramburu waves as he returns to Buenos Aires from
a provincial tour that was interrupted by an unsuccessful re revolt.
volt. revolt. A government spokesman said 45 persons were executed
and. three rebels were killed in fighting, with scores of pro pro-Peron
Peron pro-Peron rebels awaiting trial.

Su m me r ; Recreation Programs Planned

At Kobbe Gulick, Davis,

Boys and girls of Army and civi
an elaborate summer recreation
program tor tne period July 2
Enrollment will be conducted at
the Fort Gulick Special Services
Office, and the adjutant's Office,
764th AAA battalion. Enrollment
fee will be $1.20 per child. Children
may be signed Up later but will be
required- to- pay $1.50. ''. v
Classes in ceramics will be con-
ducted on the second floor of the
Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Boys basketball will be offered
in the Fort Davis gym on Wednes
days and Thursdays and will be 0-
pea to youths in the fifth through
the eighth grades, inclusive. This
activity is under the direction of
Mrs. Devine Hart man. M-Set.
Fricker," Fort Gulick's" Special,
xrvir0 will corvci a InctrtiMnr
Girls basketball games and in-
RELEASE
0.40
Shows: 1:15
3:42
. 6:09 S:50 o.m
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wm CENTS

A1
Stetz, assisted by Fricker, will di
rect gins piay.
Boys in the fifth through
eighth grade level will be given
Softball Instruction at both Da Davie
vie Davie end Gulick. Other classes of offered
fered offered are golf, w I m m ing,
leothtrcr.fr, textile painting,
bowling end gardening. Each
project will be supervised
quolifitd instructor.
by
Transportation between Fort
Gulick, Fort Davis and Coco Soli Soli-to
to Soli-to will be the responsibility of in.
dividuals concerned. A commer
cial bus line will establish special
routes to accomodate participants.
Mrs. Harry Mason will, serve as
overall chairman for the Atlantic
Area". Mrs. Harvey Yoder is serv
ing as- sub-chairman for Fort Da
vis and Mrs. Eugene Wallace is
holding the same position at Coco
Solito. Miss Mary Allen, from the
Post Special Services office will
serve as secretary, f ii-...4iJf;,
, Meanwhile, orating "reedin',
wrhln' and .'rithmetic" off their
sletes for enothor year, appoxi appoxi-metoly
metoly appoxi-metoly 250 Fort Kobbe young youngsters
sters youngsters from the first through the
sixth grades completed registra registration
tion registration for the Post's annual sum-
mer recreation program recent recently.
ly. recently. 'T',.'
Sponsored by the Youth Activi Activities
ties Activities Council organization and su supervised
pervised supervised by Mrs. Bettv Griffin,
the summer program, begpinning
July 2, consists of a series of
proiects desiimed to provide chil chil-with
with chil-with educatiional entertainment
during the vacation period.?-
Emphasizing participation In
summer snorts, this year's agenda
will ieclude instruction in baseball.
tennis, soccer and swimming for
beginner, intermediate a-n d ad.
vance groups. Also scheduled are
classes in arts and crafts and
wood carving.
Some 350 bateas have been pur purchased
chased purchased through the Youth Activi Activities'
ties' Activities' fund for the arts and crafts
classes. The youngsters will de design
sign design and paint their own patterns
on the native Panamanian dishes.
The children will also receive
wood carving Instructions to in
clude the making of book ends,
pin-up shelves, waste paper bas baskets
kets baskets and bamboo planters.
Also slated are free movies
which will be presented as part of
tne summer activities every Tues
day at the Post .theater, during
July and August. ; t v
Highlighting the summer pref prefect
ect prefect will be a doll end pot con con-tost
tost con-tost mi en "end of summer"
party celebration at the Fort
Kobbe school, when awards will
be presented to the outstanding
participants in the competitive
towrts events held throughout
the course.
Cooperating with the Youth Ac
tivities Council in presenting this
BAIJiOA TTHES
THURSDAY, JUNE 14
HIGH
LOW

1:01 a.m.
1:21 ...

1:40 a m
,2:14 a-as.

WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP)

secretary of state John Foster
Dulles said yesterday he fears the
Kremlin's, denunciation of Josef
Stalin are nothing but an attempt
"to persuade the subject peoples
that, the present dictatorship is
good." '.' -,- r
He told a news conf erence "we
can hope" that attacks on the late
Stalin by Communist party chief
Nikita Khrushchev "will mark
the beginning of a change away
from mat Malm system of dicta-,
torship." . i
"But that, I fear, may not be
his pupose," Dulles said.
"The purpose may be merely to
persuade the subject peoples that
the present dictatorship is good
because it condemns the past dic
tator snip. ; - ;
In prtpated ttafemtnf read
te reporters,' Dullot said "there
is only one cure for the o V i 1
of the imposed Soviet dictator dictatorship
ship dictatorship that is government which
derives Hi powers from the con consent
sent consent of the governed.""'.
"The evils which Khrushchev
exposes and condemns are not
merely due to the personality of
Stalin," he said, "but due to a
system which implements a phil
osophy which considers human
beings as tools of the state,- to be
exploited for the elorification of
tne state." :
He conceded here ere enceu'r
aging signs of e greater demand
for political freedom in the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union. -" ;.-.
But so far, he said, he has seen
no evidence of change in the Rus Russian
sian Russian dictatorship.- v
Dulles also declared flatly there
is po difference between his views
on -neutralism and those expressed
oy President Eisenhower. -y
Last week, Dules said that ex-
cent in exceptional cases neutral
ism is "immoral and shortsight
ed.- :
The President conceded that
there maw be some risks involved
for nations which join collective
security pacts and be was not
surprised that some tations want
to remain neutral. -' j
The two statements caused con
siderable confusion. The White
House issued, a clarifying state
ment saying the President be
lieves that collective security a
Coco Solifo
program are volunteer members
from the Kobbe Teen Age Club,
Officers' Wives', Club and NCO
Wives' Club. i- i?:f:'.,
Assisting in the nroiect are
Mrs. Myrtle Mangles, supervisor
oi suppues, Mrs. Virginia Brink,
party chairman, Mrs. v Mary
Branch, registration. chairman.
and Mrs. Alice Kreug, sports di
rector. . :

r0DAYLUX
BING CROSBY & GRACE KELLY- ;., i
"COUNTHY GIRL" v
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Ti

OPEMiriG
TOMORROW

FROM BEHIND THE
SINFUL SHADOWS
r OF A CORRUPT CITY

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BERCDICT I0GUUS

JOHN PAYNE ARLENE

unii.ni ii tusu-uicE fiiui

At LAN OWAN-U4itHl iLf C.t N tOldt tMCAUt

greements afford member nations
greater protection against aggression.-
-

Dulles said his ideas and those
expressed by the President were
the same, with some difference in
language.. ; ... .
oui ne oeciuied to restate his
Tmsmnn nn rrn.. J
rise to further misunderstandings.
b uuiius ii wnnia mve
urr tn AA- k.,i .i . .
X. "v "ucuicr uie joint
Chiefs of Staff should Visit R us1
-He assugmed the Defense De Department's
partment's Department's View .UfB-a rarAtaA
m Monday's White House state statement
ment statement declining a tentative Soviet
invitation for now at least;
, 1 l ..!.'
A-Bomb Survivors
To Uhderqo Study
By Alien Doctors
TOKYa Jnn ivnnn : n.-
' - w A x 111J CB
JaDanSA inrle nrkj.' i
iwagasaM atom-bomb will give
,v..va , iu cwuniries a chance
-may nrst nand the effects of
, ""f11 "uu nasn ourns.
The Nagasaki chapter' of the
Japan Council for Prohibiting At
omic and Hydrogen Bombs has ac-
cepted invitations for the girls to
Visit the 10 fnrpiirn Miintrim TV-i
Hiroshima chapter of the council
naa reiused similar invitations.
y
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A'
CAPT. WA".Ea S. ROD1MON
arrived in the canal zone this
week for duty as Marine Di Director
rector Director of the Panama s canal
Company. He will Succeed
Capt. Frank A. Munroe, jr.,
who will be reassigned to duty
at the ; Puget Sound Naval
Shipyard; in Bremerton, Wash-
ington. Rodtmon, a native of
Massachusetts, has had 27
years of active duty with the
y-S. Navy.
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