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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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CFS SECOND1 TERM; DECISION -EXPECTED
EARLY NEXT MONTH

WASHINGTON, Junt 20 (UP) A-Whit House official said today ha expects
President Eisenhower to issue new public statement' jpr his second term intentions
after, he leaves Walter Reed hospital.
The official, who cannot be quoted by name, predicted the statement Awill be issued
sometime between July 4 and July 15, probably while the President is convalescing
at his Gettysburg, Pa., farm. ;

Mr. Elsenhower, gradually le le-suming
suming le-suming his official duties al al-thnncrh
thnncrh al-thnncrh he faces at least one

more week in the hospital.
c-v,hh1rh conference today

with French foreign minister

rhrut.ian Pineau. 7

Plneau is winding' Bp three

Hav. f talM with State Depart;

ment officials to realign U.S. U.S.-French
French U.S.-French foreign policies. He was
accompanied to the president's

hOSDttal SUlte Dy secreuuj, yx

state John Foster Dulles. ;
Mr Fissnhower's doctors re

ported In i morning medical
bulletin that he had. good
night's rest and is continuing
his "very satisfactory progress
tntirarri rornverv: : "'.-"

He is still seven pounds light lighter
er lighter than when he entered the
hospital But white House press

secretary james u. nascny
doctors were not perturbed, about

this. ,f ;:';v'vV vv -'.-;; v-m:
. :r'"'
. The White House informant
. told the United Press that Ad Administration
ministration Administration political strate strategists
gists strategists believe it Js imperative imperative-that
that imperative-that Mr. Eisenhower act, as
oon as possible atfer leaving
the hospital, to clear up any;

douhs

for t

l
bo
er's
kOii 1;

f ""'Hit 1 -i

availability

'on.

e has

.u ; a

.enhow .enhow-.'
.' .enhow-.' operatiun

ounced. de

cision to seek re-election.
Republ!can leaders are con confident
fident confident that Mr. Eisenhower
will reaffirm his decision to
run, and will tell the American
people that the attack of ilei ileitis,
tis, ileitis, which sent him to' the bos bos-p'tal
p'tal bos-p'tal for surgery, has not
changed his belief that he is
physically able to take on an another
other another four years in the White
House.. '"
Mai. Gen. Leonard D fleaton

who operated on the President,

told newsmen June 9 tnat ne

did not think there is any med medical
ical medical reason for Mr. Eisenhower
to change his mind aoout a sec

ond term. : :

When reporters' asked ; the
president's doctors yesterday if
they still felt Mr. Elsenhower Is

able to' run again. Mai. Gen

Howard : McC. Snyder, White

House physician, patted H bat baton's
on's baton's shoulder and said: "This

fellow .answered that lor you."
The White House .' official's

forecast that Mr. Eisenhower's

French Set Up i
IW::Vi!lGd;

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June 20 CUP)

t ul Xiora yesterday's
r explosion off file

i of Australia has drifted
r I i.'and, it was official-
i t.i.iay. : 'n-'"-'-

. n,j.cr Iloward. Beale
i of the cloud from

a 5 f.onte Bello Islands

r Aiistialia proper, but

'y high altitude.

v' i. h and should not

i ,n," .beale said.
mnt was the first off!

t on widespread ru-

a tin the wind bad
( .ui in from the is-
t Australian physicist

s Oliphantf said lie is

i r y the cloud,
it k there is any dan

- ii. "The loss of radio-

vpry rapid.

tc clou-j loses most of
y m t a or three hours."

:r Divers
":J In Cut!
; .1 i9vera today
I ie inspect the ex ex-m;e
m;e ex-m;e caused to the
rr -. Fosna -whea
i t bank of the Ca
.una Reach last
"rd a hole lu her
s nm the ship's car car-a
a car-a king out today,
..inker was berthed
-rr the divers will
i. pection. ;.. -"
5 v tugs, the Fossa,
i jvelling southbound,
- .e transit ander her
'
not considered to be
ate fire haiard, but
e fireman was oa du du-'
' du-' i the dock. The leak leak-1
1 leak-1 was easily discern!-
v iter. .i-

! To Deliver
"V. N. J., June 20 (UP)

led in the country sur

ce loday bequeathed a
!ch whiskey to comedi-

1 iC'CtS.

t. Ferdinand, of Haw-

political statement will come
during the first part of July sur surprised
prised surprised some observers who had

thought an even earlier an

nouncement might be in. the

cards. ' ........ .: ..
The Republican national com
mlttee meets here Friday to dis discuss
cuss discuss nlans for the GOP conven

tion in San Francisco starting
Aug. 20. -

Committee chairman Leonard

W. Hall doubtless would like

very much to be able to tell the

GOP leaders officially that they

can be assured of ha7lnar Mr

Eisenhower at the head of the

ALGIERS. Algeria,' June 20 -(UPi
French marines and For

eign Leglonnairesr hacked by
rocket-firing planes moved Into

a zone near the Moroccan iron'

tier today with orders to estab establish
lish establish a no-man's land end shoot

everything; that moves in it

- Marines waded ashore In the
area around the town of Lour Lour-mel
mel Lour-mel to Join the legionnaires in
an attack designed to wipe out

an rebel activity in the area.
Fighting was concentrated In a
cave-pocked valley. -
Officials said the lan Is to
establish a "cordon sanltaire," a
no-man's land to prevent help
from reaching the rebels from
the Riff Mountains of Morocco.
Rebels fought back with auto automatic
matic automatic rifles and heavy machine
guns. The French reported there
are only about 40 rebels in the
region, but they are heavily

armed. s

Casualties were reported on

both aides. ,,,.,

Sailor Describes
Flash 01 II-Domb
Blast In Lcllcr

Air Force Employe
Dies In Oulpalisnl
Clinic Al Corgas ;
Tomas P. Abraham, t Panama

man employe of the Air Force
died of a heart attack yesterday

while in the outpatient clinic of

uorgas Hsopital.
Abrahams had complained of a
Haiti in hie rhcf ihm nityhf Kfnv

but. apparently was feeling better
in the morning the reported lor

work at ':.

According to a polic reoort. he

collapsed on the job and was rush

ed to Uorgas Hospital at 8:50 a.m.
Five minutes later, while in ; the

outpatient clinic, he died after
seizure.

.The body has been sent to the

uorgas Morgue for an autopsy.

Seven Il37 Employes

Join Cc.izl Service

' Seven new employes, one of the
from the United States, joined the

Canal organization during the first

two weeks in June according to

information from the Personnel

Bureau.
The jew employe from the Unit

ed States is Irene M. Dittberner,
of Portage. Wisconsin: who has

been employed as a nurse at uor

gas Hospital
Three of the new employes work

ed previously with the Canal orga

nization. They are Frances M.

Baltozer, clerk stenographer at
Gorgas Hospital; Joaquin E. Cruz,
clerk at Gorgas Hospital:' and Bo Bo-nita
nita Bo-nita Kodach, head dietitian at Co

co Solo Hospital. :
The names and positionso'f the
other three employes ire: Mary M.

Costello, clerk-typist,- engineering

Division; Graver C. Hatten, super
visory cargo clerk. Terminals Di

;ston; and Richard A. F 1 n c u a,

engineer. Engineering

Bad Checks

PC Man Left

Total $200

A civil action to recover 1200

Lin bad checks passed by Clar

ence G. Watts, a former Panama

Canal Co. employe, was .filed

this moraine- In the Balboa Mas-

lstrate's Court

Plaintiffs in the case ; are
Fred J. Busch who was given a

check lor J 150 and Reginald M

Hayden who received a $30
check. Both were in payment of
gambling debts incurred by
Watts. at the American Legion

Club. Both checks bounced.

As is customary in civil ac actions,
tions, actions, the defendant or his rep

resentative u permitted one

hour from the time the case is

called, to appear in court.

' Called for 9:30 today,, the case

was recessed until 10:30 at

which time neither .the defend

ant, who- resigned : from the

Lockj Division and left the Isth

mus on May 25, nor nis attor

ney appeared.
Judge John E. Demlng took
the case under advisement un until
til until further notice.
It was learned that the de defendant
fendant defendant has .returned to; bis
hom in Athens, Tennessee:
'Attorney David Roblea is hand

ling both the Hayden and

Busch's claims. T :

- nr.TNTnw. Tnwa June 20 fUPi

A 19-year-old sailor wrote hi. I tructurai

mother thai the flash from the Division.

recent H-bomb test in the Paci

fic was so brilliant "I could see
right through my arm like an

X-rav even though he wasi

ne&rly 30 miles away, it was dls.
closed today.

v...... .... r .. '."

Seaman Thomas McAndrews, A baby-who couldn't wait five

t !oII::r Gives Birth

On PenCcnal Unnch

or tn; minutes more, was born

op a

Passing Pilot
, Saw Fatal

Fire

Start

SA JUAN. P.R.. June 80 (UP)

A pilot who saw- a Venezuelan

passenger plane crash off the coast

of New Jersey today said the ill-

fated plane appeared to be engulf

ea in a oati oi tire.

Capt. Charies E. Fisher of
Ashville, N.C., pilot of a Puerto
Rice-bound E a s t e r Airlines
plane from New York City, gave
his version of the crash after his

plane completed its flight to Saa j

Fisher said he was informed by
New York's Idlewild control tower

that the Linea Aeropostal Venezo Venezo-lana
lana Venezo-lana plane was in trouble. A short

time later, he said, he saw the

plane flying at bis own altitude ot
MOO feet. -V 'VV. I
They were in front of ma, to

my leu and sughUy below;' Fish Fisher
er Fisher said. ' f -? ;'
He heard the LAV place advise
the Coast Guard it was beginning
to descended. The next report trora
the LAV plane was .that he was
leaving 8200 altitude and that be

was going to dump his gas.
"The LAV plane asked if it was

all right to dump the gas in that
area and New York advised him it
waa OK if the plane was over opea

water," inner saia.- .-".;,-
"The person making radio con con-tact
tact con-tact from i the (crippied( plane
bad ao note of anxiety ia a i a
voice aaif was very cool a a d
calm.. Ue, spoke good English
with a Lktin American accent.

"At this time we were abreast
of him. H. was to my kit. 'the

WORSt
; PLANE
CRASHES

Followlnar Is a list of civilian

and military plane crashes In

which 50 or more persons were
killed: ... ; i

329 killed Crash; of C-124

Cobemaster Ail Force plane

near Tokyo while! carrying u. 8.
servicemen back to Korea from

leave. June 18. 1953. vf

87 killed Crash of Air Force

C-124 Globemaster 9 a r r y Ing

American servicemen at Moses

Lake, wash;, Dec. 20, 1952.
80 killed Crash of Avro Tu Tudor
dor Tudor airliner near Cardiff, wales

Marcn 12, mo. ?
68 killed Crash Of U.S. Na Navy
vy Navy DC-8 at Honolulu, March 21
1955. V ..:V'

Was

Returning

To Idlewild

With Bad Engine

Fcr CypriiiS ;

LONDON, June 20 (UP) Tur Turkey
key Turkey has notified Britain that she
is strongly opposed to Britain's
projected new liberal constitu

tion for Cyprus, autnontauve
sources disclosed today.

- The Turkish warning came in

response to Britain's latest plan
to offer the island colony self-

rule with an assured Greek ma

jority. In an elected assembly

and to set a distant date for

self-determination.

Turkey has notified Britain

that she will oppose the idea of
a Greek majority in the assem assembly
bly assembly and that she wants equality
for 'Turks and Greeks and not
merely legal safeguards for the
minority, the sources said.

Haberdcslier 1 1ST

Shorn Britisher
Sales Technique

LONDON. June 20 (UP) For

mer President Truman, who used

to sell neckties in Missouri,, show

ed an English haberdasher how

it's done yesterday. ...

"Twirl it around your thumb

like this," Mr. Trumia told sales

man William Lewis. A perfect

knot."-
The former President had tone

into a famous downtown shop to

buy some souvenir ties for friends

in Independence. Mo.

He lunched with executives of

the Dc Beers diamond company in
London's gem district. He arrived
with an introduction from Kansas

1955.

58 killed Crash, of North

west Airlines DC-4 ; into Lake
Michigan June 24, 1950.
57 killed Crash of Israeli El

A Airlines Constellation shot
down by Bulgarian Communist

anti-aircraft batteries near pet-

rich. Bulgaria, July 27, 1955. r r-56
56 r-56 killed jCrasa of non non-scheduled
scheduled non-scheduled C-48 passene? trans transport
port transport at Elizabeth, .N.J., Dec 16,

', 55 killed Collision of P-38

fighter plane with Eastern Air Airlines
lines Airlines DC-4 at Natlonsl Airport
Washington, D.fJ., Nov. 1. 1949.

55 killed Crash of Trans-
WorltT Airlines Constclistlon on

' i ;. 31

, NEW YORK, June 30 (UP) A flqming Vfnczuefan
airline Super Constellation crashed and disappeared into
the Atlantic ocean today; killing 74 persons, in the worst
regular airline disaster in aviation history.-.-;1"'
The plane hurtled almost straiaht down Into enfm

... ..... ... i j I .nt Anlu auam MiH.it..' l'. L I I

on Kiiieo urasn ot uniieaj-"-- vi mimics iiyuig nme rrom a possiDie emer-
oftnri955"4 Urfmle 8encr ,an.din9 o New York's Idlewild airport. -66
killed Collision and crash C'ts pilot was trying desperately to return to land" be-

or two u.8. Air Force riying cause the plane had a faulty enaine.
Boxcars in Germany, Aug. 11.1 TU-. ...,L j. it n

. mi. iiuv.i me wuici wnn a cascaae of jianres
and spray It disappeared nose-down before the eyes of
horrified passengers aboard an Eastern Airlines plane
flyina to Puerto Rico and the crew of a Cnnsf dmrA AL

batross amphibian. ;

Venezuelans i

Will Conduct

Crash Inquiry V
NEW YORK, June 2ft (UP) A
spokesman for the Civil Aeronau Aeronautics
tics Aeronautics Board sairl torfjty n-'-1' f
a Cl.l-iCwiilfl I ..I! In i : J .. t.

stationed aboard one

ships closest to grouna sero, liaUnch this mornine hist before it Citv diamond merchants Fred and

Md his eyes were, dosed. and; reched Gjtun Aid to Naviga- George Goldman. r- vl

hidden In his arm and he was tjon Dock. - Earlier former Mayor Joseph

factor In the opposite direction, The blessed event' occurred at Clark of Philadelphia, hi wlteJ

wnen tne explosion wens on. J:40 a.m. The mother. Mrs. Victo- and two children had visited tne;

The light was so brignt tnat EkodsI. and her new former President in the Savov Ho-

even though I was facing the teven-oound son were taken to Co-

opposite airection ana nearly au co Solo Hospital wnere tneir con

mues away from ground sero i dition today is reponea as satmac-

eotilrf nee rleht through mv arm torv. : i

like an X-ray. My eyes were s&e was auenaea ny .a

closed, too," he said, r

tel. Mr. Truman also met Walter,
L. Gross, a soft drink manufactur manufacturer
er manufacturer of Cincinnati, Ohio. ,. . I
"Vn.iV. all- riaM tl i it

" 1

-Mi Andrew whn dinner with five minutes

his brother George, 20, was a-areached the dock. t
board the command ship USS The poppa is Estebsn HaU,

Estes, described the -H-bomb civilian-em pioye oi we Army.

blast to a letter to his motner,

Mrs., Ruth McAndrews, Clinton.

fellow, when Gross introduced himself as

) passenger on the launch, Dominga! Republican, "All you need is to.
I Palacio. The baby was born just be converted." v

before the launcn

He said sOme of the men a

board were told to "bury our
faces in the elbow Dockets of

our arms with our eye$ closed"
because there were not enough

dark goggles to go around

Baby Boys Appear,
To Postpone Pop's
Plans For Suicide

Teenagers Get New
Code Of Behavior;
Sheer Blouses Out

HICftSVILLE,v N.Y, June 20
(DP) A Parent-Teachers Assn
gave teenagers some fashion
hints todav that Included warn-

TJESSOUK. ; Egypt, June 20 inei acalnst sheer blouses, tleht

MCAnarews wrote mat iiw (UP) a outcner, iaviner oi reven skirts and sweaters, arid scanty

wnoie sea neniea on hs iar s aauenters. iook nis oreenant undereloth n for tr it s. and oun-

we could see and it wah still sup- wife to a hospital last week and tarees, black ; leather jacket

oosea to be nienttime. He mii hen asked nolle to arrest mm. md nirinpr hnnt for hovs.

v J., directed in his will he turned to look at the blast a-, fi think I will kill my wife if; a code of special behavior
t- pcutor deliver a case of ''ou. 20 seconds after it was she delivers another baby girl, drawn up by the association al al-t
t al-t Scotch" to Fields, "wher- fired. he said. ; ; so tabooed carrying weapon?
mgy b. vr. --';.-,. There 'was'a .real bright ball But as he told his story, his such as razor blades, scjuirt guns,
f li was dated Nov. 14, 1916. of gas which turned irom white brother rushed In to tell him he knives nail files and thumb
rlfd Christmas day of thejto pink to purple to orange in was the father of triplets. Ail. tacks and rejected smoking and

"A lew cii i a i ne I

diO CUtltMC'L 1 I MM V
wnile pull bfiiiiix
ry biict space m i
U'ial ot nut milui.
"1 Jioticed bir ruuai.i

were still blinking. A lew teconds
after we passed auieast, the oump-.

ing oegan. 5 ..
"Tbea all I could see was a
large ball of fire, 'the piane ap appeared
peared appeared to proceed oa course lor
a few seconds whea it maoe a a
rapt tura to the right iaen be
gaa what appeared to be long
anaUow oive. .

"Just site- the turn a small ball

of 'lire, when compared with the

mass, fell from the piane. nt con continued
tinued continued the oive for a snort wnile

and then seemed to be making a

shallow, slightly climbing turn to

the left. A tew seconds later three

more amall lire bails dropped irom

the mass.

"tbe mass appeared to conti continue
nue continue upward for a few moments,
then arc over and drop straigni

The Eastern Airlines pilot said

there was no 'explosion untu the
crippled South American piase

struck: tne water.

1'hero was a large explosion

and lire on impact lasting as one

larse mass for some 30 seconds

ana divided into one good-size tire

with four or five smaller one,

fisher said.
- "We circled In shallow turns,
The Coast Guard was out of ra

dio range with New York. New
York picked us both up on radar,

giving me out position, wnicn i rc
layea to the Coast Guard."
Tito-SoyietTalks
End In Pink Cloud
Of Friendly Words

MOSCOW, June -20 (UP)
Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia and
Russia" leaders ended top level
talks today with a rosy-worded

joint announcement of "a new

stage" in relations between the

two communist countries.
Tito and Soviet Premier Niko

lal Bulganln signed the joint

communique F reviewing their
talks In the Kremlin. .''

The arrival in the UJ8.S.R. of

the Yugoslav delegation headed
by Tito will be a new stage in
the development of the relation relationship
ship relationship between the two countries,
it said. v -.:

" "-T liii. i' "nrm 'i e 1 i, found twti of several
3 kUIeu -a. Craall of U.S.. Alf hnrtl v, -'j

Only minutes before, radio op

erators manning the air-rescue
circuit heard the pilot Jubilant Jubilantly
ly Jubilantly report he had sighted the

shore. -"W?.

A U.S. Navy transport, the
Lt. Robert Craig, recovered
two bodies and reported it
had sighted aeveral more. It
transferred the bodies to-the
Coast Guard cutter Ta maroa
and rfnmed its course to
! iff f .t.ri...t ii .'

A i l uard patrcl bodt MUe ine W-nnie area of tlic tc

IflPtol niM. .1 L. .... 1 M.

ai more, "",r j VI U,B vniieq siatcs.
' f 4 Under international civil aviation

1 -;' i f ioi7 H Another. Coas buard cutter, I uiations the crash therefore is
Jf '; iv,.i2 .i. QenUaji, was en route from rnl""e' ff the Venezuelan gov
. .';:L'lleA-T crash o can. Mav. New Jersey to the, er"ment to investigate, he said.-

s i en Amines uu-f on mouniain in . :j -tt However, tne SDOkoaman aaM TT

1 anlfiwk kin m.u Ot. t Ail 1 uv-TT wa

jear,

France Will Send
110 Jets To India
PARIS, June 26 (UP) France
has signed a contract to shin a re

ported 110 supersonic Mystere IVj

Jet fighters to India, it was dis

closed yesterday.

Colombia, Feb, 15. 1947.

S3 killed Crash of Eastern
Airlines DC-4n near Port Depos Deposit
it Deposit If .1 If. A :

, S3 killed Crash of chartered un. a

dragging operation, .bout 1! fStWSrm
.. vt-Jvide whatever help thev can.-

we W1U couwiiue oeiutu;ii;i iru. .nnl,m,ii ......!

is ahso ute v no' T" V """V'l'1

M.ne,ori,Sa? ,Uan' Puwto,Sn,TommandoI the Ta-

!- 53 kUled w Crash "of United maroa

Tiuh A,rVi Toi7 The airliner had some women

SzWd Crash at sea of,!"!. cn"drf ",,5""!:"

French transport plane 400 miles. .k"". lZ.?A7Z

off Cape Verde Islands, Aug;, lj

hope, said IA cmar. RooertlD an. d pro...a ...(., ..m

1948.

82 killed i- Crash of Pan

American Airways DC-4 off San

Juan, Puerto Rico, April 11. 1952.

sa aiiieo crasn of u.s. c-

124 Globemaster on mountain In

Alaska. Nov. 23. 1952.

. so kiued crash of capital

Airlines DC-4 at Lookout Rock

Vai June 13. 1947.

so Killed w. crash or united

Airlines DC-4 near Port Depos

tain NaUonal Park, Coio., June

30, 195L:- '

50 killed Crash of Pan A

merican World Airways plane In

Brazilian jungle. April so. issz.

50 killed Crash of United

Airlines DC-6B near Decoto, Cal-J

AUg. i, 131.

New York Suburb
Fighting Annual
Battle With USSR

NEW YORK. June 20 fUPl

The school district of suburban

sengers were aboard, in addition

to Venezuelans ano Americans.
It was bound for Venezuela. ;
The' Llnea Aeropostal Vene Vene-tolana
tolana Vene-tolana (LAV) alrl'ner was at attempting
tempting attempting to limp back to New
York with one of Its. four en en-'
' en-' tines crippled. The Co a $ t
Guard Albatross wag escorting
it when It suddenly plunged
down. $VvZ:r':
The airline's New York gen

eral manager, jose R. Roncajo-

made public shortly bv Jamea

V. Bernardo, assistant to the re-1-gional
director of the CAA in
New York.. .wwa

Multiple Wives j
Costly Luxuryf
Churchman Warns lj
DJAKARTA." Indoneiii.'.Tfin

20 (UP) Two cannot lives
cheaply as one, a Religion s Min Ministry
istry Ministry official warned todav JU
esnecially if the two are wives
with one husband, v;
"A man with a mnnthlv nalar

Of only 500 ruDlahs ile thr

lo, said the crash was tne line oenmieiy couiu "rot live live-first
first live-first on the international routM th two wives," Nasaruddhi
it operate between Venezuela; Wtlf told a women's group.
and Havana, Miami, Lisbon,- Ma- 'Many divorce case3 nmrnt
drid, Rome, Lima an 1 New York (Indonesians re due to the fitt
He said the line had can-ied t the system of polygamy
more than 140,000 passengers o l n been improperly .' put into
5000 flight between New Yor t practice -
and Caracas since 1948 without He said many broken homes
serious Incident. occurred because the husband
The lost plane's captain Luis Fuld not afford the "multl-wifa

Plata, s president of the Ven-Muxury. ,-.,, , --

ezueian pilots Association. Ron-

eajoio said, and has logged
some 12.000 hours of flying time

since mo. j,, ,

William B.-Dunn ;
Funereil Tomorrow ;

Glen Cove was in the midst of itsllne's "slncerest sympathies" to! Wlliam B Dunn, retired civilian
annual battle with Russia today, relatives of the passengers; and fnwloye of the Army, died recent recent-Each
Each recent-Each year the Soviets have rtJmm m.mk.r. r 9 Iv in th cSB n.li.

fused to pay local property tax-) ."According, to present reports W years old.

. u- u A. "T"' r,um tne coast Guard, there are no r.. "unn. was we known a-

w,,, uicy ujo over or survivors, Roncajolo said. I
diplomatic uses Irf i And a-h
year, a lien is placed on the pro- m g a a
perty, sold at auction and boupht'Xpnfnf fillJim ;

vim iv veil u ,:

by Joseph Hams, a realtor who

calls this his bobby,

The Russians claim the proper

ty should be tax-exempt. Last

year, after falling in arrears, they
settled Dec. 23 for $41,000. The

school district said another lien

will be placed on the property if

the Soviets fail to ante up again

oy June 30. ... -.

No New Date

Set For Meeting
Of Presidents

tabng old timers on the Isthmus
He. operated-the Tivoli Garage ht
Panama many years ego and work worked
ed worked for the United Fruit Company
in Bocas del Tore before he was
employed by the Army. He retir retired
ed retired front government rvlce fn
1946. :-. ', il ;
r Since his retirement, he has been
residing! In Panama. Citv.
Graveside services will be held
lAMAfHAlM OMAMa!..-. L a? A I I a A

ninrNf atww'-t... tr,'"""" .C10 at

. ,ur ;,urozai cemetery. The Serv ers
--Armed sentrtM tndiv vnrH4 v.. J.....S v u

3J

Pro-Pcronislai

Latin American embassies where
prominent pro peronist rebels
sought refuse in the wake of the
abortive counter-revolution two
weeks ago.- . -'

The government posted Sentries
with bayoneted rifles outside the

Haitian, and Crista Blcn FmhJ

ine government or ransma yes- sies as a precaution against possi-

wui De conducted bv Rev. Oscar

w. uisen ot the Balboa Union
Church. ,- .--.

Pinball Ganq WorJ

Tprrnrizes Tokyo"

TOKYO; June 20 (UP) A

land war with samurai swords ter terrorized
rorized terrorized northwest Tokyo yester i v.

it oroKe out among three clans

terfay officially announced the ble vipilant riiH nn rehol rofn.

DOStDOnment nf f h

The conclusior of the deal was scheduled to b held her. June m.' Kn .rmi r fichtinir for control of th chrinir.

snnounced here, but there were no 2 - Iftaul Tanco, one of the rebel lead- Pachinko fplnbsll) business.'.
official figures on the number of. No new date has been set. era, but he was released by the Gangsters using heavy two-han4-

pianes invoivea. military sources, ine postponement was the re. government and returned to sane-1 d swords have attacked a n d

said the order would run to

jets.

The sources said the aircraft
would be shipped to India over the
next two- years under a contract
signed last week.

no suit of consultations with the other.tuarv in the Haitian Embassv

lm.ri... ..... IL. - :

nmciiLfln nvpuutics un uic
feasibility of putting off the meet meeting
ing meeting until a Inter dale because of
the Sudden illness of the President

Eisenhower.

President Pedro B. Aramburu's
government is expected to grant
the refugee rebels "safe-conduct"
into exile. i

wounded three members of rival
gangs in (he last three days. A
fourth racketeer was kidnaped and
an Innocent citizen waa beaten
when he was mistaken for gang
member. -' -,



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U POLITICS, PRESS AGENTS AND MEDICINE

Qualifications for discussing medicine are meagre,- but
trare no less comprehensive than those of James Hagertv
-. vr.iimX,!. ... Rn far i'v had. two minor ana.

nurSfht run took me to the banks of the Styx, and a .major;

opcSEtlbn followed by a hemorrage, almost maa?
ttor Sharon. Yet I leel surer of myielf when discussing po-j
W23?d PreM 8ents' ?:'riKi.:ii-'.:- -i'-yl -1.'
" Jtpeiinitlt yottne Jlrngerty, I have nm
I eontrottabiriir pulse to cafi him Doctor or President. Now let
-SfMrttch l to the American Medical Association which i may be
'presumed to have the best in the way of medical information.
The jne-tlme ultra-conservative A.M.A. has gone political in a
INnwiyT- Skeptics might suspect that it Is becoming mor po po-;
; po-; ileal than medical.
" Recently Dr. David Allman, president-elect of Uie American
liedical Association, announced publicly not only his diagnosis
Tnd prognostication with reference to what John F. Dulles calls
President Eisenhower's "indisposition," but also all of the i Pres Pres-Uent'a
Uent'a Pres-Uent'a political opponents, Republican or Democratic. Gentle
Readers, that covers a lot of ground. ? ., ,N' f
IS "When President Elsenhower recovers," Dr. Allman- Wd, "he
fflU be In better physical condition than any of his political op op-jjonents,
jjonents, op-jjonents, Republican or Democratic, have been at any time in
-their lives." t r1'-
!! The record does not show whether Dr. Anman has examin examined
ed examined President Eisenhower or any of his "political opponents
-trtit it must bs presumed that he has a medical history of each
She of them since birth, in order to make such a comprehen comprehensive,
sive, comprehensive, statement. One begins to wonder whether some doctors,
l&e Allman and the laconic Paul Dudley White, are not beat beat-tie
tie beat-tie the public relations experts and press agents now in charge
M the government at their own game.
' JJ James Reston. chief Washington correspondent of The New
Vork Times, pretends to see heart attacks and major ; operations operations-fis
fis operations-fis necessary political preparation for office. But "Scotty to
.use his kennel name, Is not always above spoofing. He dlag dlag-jtfoses
jtfoses dlag-jtfoses the recent failures of -Senator Estes-Kelauver.ln medical,
i hot political' terms. x ; : -v-. ; -, :

; "Kefauvtr alone," Reston writes, "the old 'Iron man of the
Tennessee football team,rsuffers from perfect health, and, there-
Fore is eliminated." ., !-"'f-(: .-.--a
It -. .- ," ,. f?.... t;.-''
Great a was the; publicity build-up of President ..Eisen ..Eisenhower's
hower's ..Eisenhower's recent operation, it might be considered as a flop, be-
fcduse of th, f aUure to tak full advanUge of it as political
fcopaganda. -In he first place the operation should have been,
Erected by Robert Montgomery and it should have been tele-,
iised and broadcast on a-natJon-wlde hook-up. "l.;.
: There should have, been a politically potent script for the
Sectors and nurses. Background music of organ music (sacred)
and camp-meeting hymns should have been supplied. It might
ffcve been arranged for the President to sign an official paper
taring the operation. t t

I! And certainly Vice President Nixon and Len Hall, chairman
ef the Republican National Committee, should have supplied a
fjinninjt commentary with the right political pitch. s
' Fortunately president Eisenhower is setting new records in
licovery, despite the failure, or semi-failure of his press agents.
-In fact the reports of his recovery and rejuvenation have been
unprecedented that I shouldn't be surprised, if the famous
Doctor Spock is made the White House physician, or at least
assistant to General Snyder.
',, Crede Calhoun

Walter Winchell
In New York

The Broadway Sahara lowered

the asbestos on .toe season's fi

nale at ue wrnier uaraen ana
Barr'mor( Theater . .- "Shan-

en-La" tat the Garden) was

nailed by some critics as a song-and-dance
Utopia with most in
violent dissent '. The salutes

were unanimous, however, for the

acting of Dennis lung, Shirley Ya
miguchi, Martyn Green and Har

old Lang . Miss Yamaguchi'i

tender and graceful make-believ

ing comforted tht toiyums.tars
and orbs which could not enjoy
tne ponaerous 1st Act . Critic
Walter Kerr's yawn: "It's rather
deadly." He also punned that the

title should nave Deen: 'bhangri

Lassitude" . His opinion con

flicted with critic William Hawk

ins' cheer: "A most extraordinary
agreeable evening" . The last

1st Night was ai the Barrymore

where "New faces of "56" was

bright, brisk and breezy a good
deal of the time '. . 'Ihe entire

cast cave professional accounts

of themselves especially T. C.
Jones, a distaff impersonator, The
best since Julian Eitinge. His

mimicry of Miss Bankbeau is hil

arious. His stage presence, poist

and authority are refreshing to

spectators bored stiff with semi

pros T Billie Hayes, Tiger
naynes, Virginia Martin, Franca
Baldwin, Inga Swenson, Dana
Sosa, Maggie Smith, Ann Henry
and Jane connell are some of the

other delightful people In it, with

a very special winx for buzanne
Bernard, v v

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MAUD Jill

as

ANOTHER ALL, STAR FLOOR SHOW
FEATURING
Iflfjr. ficliarcl &aJlunt
A GREAT SINGER
Feaiured on the Ed Sullivan
Toast of the To W show
, This will he- the last two presentations ;
. ol Mr. Bradburn

L

tierrez

f Dynamic Little Sony; .,
1 Stylist from Bostons u
) '"
Thrilling Tenor

it '. w

! IfUffirto Cjtiliet

Tht Club. Atlas Panamanian Folk lor Group ;
' ANDJNTRODUCING V;
For the first time in this Area
. mAdel mJ4ar$orJ
The little rebel from Norfolk," Virginia, ,;.
tinging and dancing her way into you' heart ; ;
ANOTHER CLUB ATLAS FIRST.

(i AND REMEMBER": YOU CAN AFFORD
jj TO COME TO THE ATLAS
J Where good Ft lends get together
IITVVO SHOWS: and Midnight
!! jso COVER OR .MINIMUM

. The iCinemagic: Paddy Chayef Chayef-Iky
Iky Chayef-Iky again has Marty k Co, tra

;disua9 in "The Catered .Afiair.T

Genuinely poignant and Often hu:

morous tne mm is acngnuuuy

uiayea by Debbie Reynolds. Bette

Davis and Ernest Borgnine . i

'terror at Night", jstrives for

sasos and attracts yawns

"Unidentilied Flying Objects" is
a gee-whizzer about the strangest
phenomenon since.' the Dish ran

away witn tne spoon. lying tu
cers. of course . .f'The Raw

hide Years" is a better than av

erage frontier fable- . Tne

Black Sheep" and "The creep

ing Unknown" are nightmares you

probably slept through petore.-

had a realism and poetry, rarely

encountered m TV drama. vine
first "Studio One" production by

Robert Herndge.

. . "Television Theatre lun lun-mitted
mitted lun-mitted a drama about juve de delinks.
links. delinks. Realistic enough to make
you shiver, . "The Magic Horn"

was one of those fantasies that

required soap bubble treatment.

Unnappuy, most episodes seemed

heavier than medicine balls ..

Wendy Barne's chatter is always

wendyful . Art Llnkletter in

terviews with youngsters make de

lightful amusement.
" Stane Door: Citv D1 esk? are trv

ing to. "contact BarbaraBel "Gei-'

des' mate (in raree) to check the

rumored rift. The "Cat on a Hot

Tin Roof star plans going there

to stme the talk . luott Nu

gent dghtr Nancy has a merger

proposal from a medico she met

in Rome . Mrs. Charles Holden
is at N.Y. hasp for surgery, to
remedy polio-damage. Mr. Holden
is the El Morocco batoneer. Har Harlem
lem Harlem singer Royce Wallace is mend

ing after a heart scare. Her inter

racial marriage to socialite. A. Ou

terbridge rocked Bermuda society

last winter . Friends are hope

ful Mrs.' Gil Turner will think it

over. He is the Philly boxer .
The Little Club crowed toasted

Mayor Wagner's chum E. Lewis,

(tne realtor), and his bride, Prin

cess Roxanne Mourzinzewa of

Monaco ... The Buddy Riches
(Marie Allison) are Onderful again
. . Helen Keane (CBS casting di director
rector director eloped with Gene Wood (of
the comedy team Dana 4 Wood)
last week . Vignette in the Sher Sherry
ry Sherry Netherlands lobby; Kim Novak
urging her mother 16 take a stroll
so she could be alone with Mac
Krim for some foyer privacy.

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Ballplayers Beef
: By BOB.RUARK a

I do love ballplayersf .and have and -confesses t to having been, he oiyned a white shirt. The rest

since .was a raw youth watching
them scatter those Ill-cent tips like
so much money jand 'wearing. those

10-day vblue- shirts to save on the

laundry. Especially, I used to love1

mm cuaiiKe ia appcuic. :
When' the club was paying, in
spring training, man! Two sirloins
were, an hors d'oeuvre. Later on,
when the ballplayers were pay paying,
ing, paying, one hamburger aad a solid
complaint. Plus a nickel tip.
This naturally wouldn't apply to
the' rather- seldom class of the
trade, like DiMaggio or Grecnberg
or Stanley Harris." It would apply
more to a Mister Duke Snider,
who has been sobbing his heart

out in Collier's lately, resting his

head on a ghost. Seldom have I
ever read a more plaintive piece,

.v.M. iSnidrri,,' who feis.a positive
talent for'' HrlkirigMiit in World

Series, seem to be the most ill ill-used
used ill-used athlete ever to wend his way
from the south end of a mule or
the icarrtankerous handle of a gas-,
numo. ; ":' rK

The oniy tnmgs mat wr, Miner

docs not like about bis chosen pro
fession are managers, fans, re.

and opposing pitchers.

frightened by a Pullman as a cal- of. his fugitives from -share-crop-i

lowtyoutn. urcnins, ne says, peat ping were-easily distinguishable

him with akate keys and, marbles,
inflicting eaormouji pain to i his
psythe. .nv;S --i,?
Mr.'" Snider- does not like the
food he basto at when he- trav travels.
els. travels. 'What Mr. -Saider likes is mon money,
ey, money, which makes, him the perfect
ballplayer.

The. title of Mr. Snider's weepsi

is "T 'Play Baseball for Money,
Not Fun.". He complains that he
has to spend his life away irom
his wife, and that Charlie Dressen
was little, 'less than a beast, end
the food sits uneasy on his stom stomach,
ach, stomach, and that he chokes up in the
clutches,- and the fans are horri horrible,
ble, horrible, and; the dreadful writers-who
cever .these artists-jjre -t all agjp

". Their Mr5nidi!- -mentions- fhatJ

earn SQ grand a year, or-he'd sure
look' for. it,. ".,'-',';. s-
, He's even -met 'Isome nicer
types of fans.M W1V call me- an
umpire. ;
I have not encountered such a
perfect type of ballplayer- since
the old days, when I used to hold

up the pillars-In the lobby of the

The jmell of North Carolina farm
adhered. f r'f
1 1 spent' years ; trying, to under understand
stand understand ballplayers and finally gave
the effort back to Ring Lardner,
the only man who ever approach approached
ed approached a true knowledge of the busi business,
ness, business, r- . j '
- j 1
I never knew "a pitcher who
wouldn't knock down bis mother,
if his earned-run average were at
SWke: '';
I never knew a hitter who' didn't
criticize the Louisville Slugger
people for putting holes in the bat.
And I knew very few players who
ever realized how lucky they were
to be" emancipated from the mule.

: They work six, months a year,'
hunt arid fish and sign testimoni testimonials
als testimonials fort heo ther half at a sport

So infantile the players still wear
short pants, identifying them as
boys. They are. largely absent of
thought, or they, wouldn't need
managers. a
And still they complain. They

have always complained. This is
why I appreciate Mr. Snider, He
is a ballplayer, all the way, and

porters

WaIi miviw fhv may th nar

thinner these days, too. 'jAngebilt in Orlando, Fla., when he would still be good as; partner

Mr., snjder does not like travel you could tell Bucky Hams from to uie mule, rne muic, naturally,
which is necessary in his trade,! his flock merely by the fact that would be referred to as the brains.

Political Comebacks
By PETER J EDSON

TVASHINTON (NEA) Three land election and It was a factor the vice presidency.

attempts at political comebacks nfjin Tydings' defeat j ;-1 This is such a risky business,
"Atit" whn want In h 'lnt'' hieh.l A vietnrv for Tvdinll this vpxr hnwvr that Jnhn Sharman Pntn.

light this year's election races foi ,would therefore be not only a per-ler. Kentucky's former GOP, gov-

35 U.S. Senate seats.

It ; is traditional In American

political folklore that public offi officials"
cials" officials" who leave office f or ; any

uv i.T.mVh?,lffc.H;! Take C0orl.doSiormer Secre.
ley. in Esquire ne confesses he was ., m -a.i,.ii; rk.i..

edn VJSU'Sr US ffi nMS-TO the-rce to
VVrld Report ?Su 'J tuS', .H 5?"

KhnKhSJv h V.ii. w.iin'Sen. Eugene D. Millikin:?, v Istration 'parinetshlp" power pol-1
of Khrushchev, who caUs -S aim . Rf.rtnah tVonM be iri V .. J

a murderer . Time's medical
history of the candidates creates

the Impression that X-rays 'may
replace ballots . People .today
quotes' Dr. 5 Kinsey's startleK "If
a child is more than 3 or 4 months

old the parents have already lost
valuable time and opportunity for

sex

A victory for Brarinah would be

a severe repudiaticuSbf.the Eisenhower-Benson
farm policies. On
the other hand, a Brannan defeat
would be a sure" sigh that Colorado

a repudiation of McCarthyisnr by
the Free State voters.
Take Oregon." Ex-Gov, Douglas
McKay resigned his job as Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Interior in the Eisenhower
cabinet to ran against "the incum incumbent,
bent, incumbent, now-Democratic Sen. Wayne
Mors
If McKay 'wins, it will be an en.

dorsement of Eisenhower admin

icies.

A Morse victory, on the other
hand, would be a severe repudia repudiation1;
tion1; repudiation1; of the Eisenhower-McKay
electric power and 'water resource

voters at least ire noUyet ready Dolieiei. For Sen. Morse has been

for the Brannan plan. Ip leadihg advocate of public power

Take Maryiann. uemocratic ex-; development.' c pas supportea

Millard Tydings wants to the Hell Canyon high dam project

federal power development.

ui.i.t;iii" ri...i.-j sen

ir---.wu-,":Klmeto a comeback tliere and un

Duchess of Windsor'. statement ?fati"1 TT"! iP V.J.
ithat she will sue him f he U5e,MarthaU, Butler. ; yh o 'deafeated
any of. the material he gathered Tydings six years ago. .

I while working for her. "Why lM. jn tnis vjm race., wis

(would L use it My book isn't11"?1 Mcv-arwyism.-zyainpa '7-,c "k,tVu;

going to -be fiction!" fPjeswea i"? IP'-J, i Z ST

Communist Infiltration of govern- (mil and came through, success success-ment.
ment. success-ment. The Wisconsin senator later fully1. He was elected to the Senate
threw, his Influence .into the Mary- in, 1954, two years after leaving

for

and'he his ODDOsed the low dams

which Idaho Power Co. ha,s been
authorized to construct on the
Snake River. ; r j

The latft Sen. Albcn Karkley tD-
S iL 1 a, iv.'. I '-jf

Stairway to the Stars: Sandy
Wilson wha imnnrted "Rov Frinri"

ffui yiwmvij. get vua nunc nae
for a London revue in the Spnne.

,Sheran away with the notices

recently in "The Littlest Revue"
which exits tonight after s brief
f ight . j The rumor persists
that Martin a Lewis will split
after all. Too rich . Jayne
Mansfield Informs us that her ro romance
mance romance with the Muscle-Man is real.
''I'm not,".; she phoned, "dating
anyone else. We hope to marry
One day" . Mrs. Ben Gazzara,
thev say. will sive him that di-

, vorce soon . A well-known mem

ber of a famed and long-time pop

ular orchestra is about to be hit
with a paternity suit by a young
lady dwelling at the Beaux Arts
. . Marion Colby has her first
dramaic role in "Reclining Fig Figure"
ure" Figure" opposite Luther Adler and
Sam'Jaffe in Miami Beach at the
Roosevelt Playhouse Margia
T)ian rrnnrt la JOth nn t tha. 2.1th

! f 11.. ,.4...'.. I. ,Cl... L.

to Fury" starring Forrest Tucker
and Marl Blanchard ... Ray
Bourbon, long time female imper impersonator,
sonator, impersonator, who recently became a
female (via surgery), wears male
attire in daylight.

to try for a comeback as successor

to Sen. Barkley this year. Cooper
will keep his present job as am ambassador
bassador ambassador to India. He considers it
important to provide continuity of
U.S. foreign policy in that key
country.
There has been speculation that
Ex-Gov. Thorn j E. Dewy of New
York might be the Republican
candidate against the incumbent
Democratic Sen. Herbert Lehman,
who is up for reelection. That

would be considerable of a come

back for Dewey, twice defeated
GOP presidential candidate, v

Ex-Gov. Herman Talmadfe of

eorgia is making a sure political

comeback by default in succeeding
the retiring Sen.. Welter George, George,-:
: George,-: Two other governors have also
announced they will try to extend

their political careers by fore in;
their way into the Senate. ; v, ;r(
Democratic Gov. Frank J.

Lausche of Ohio is trying to un

seat Republican, sen; George ai

der, Republican Gov. Arthur Las;

lie of Washington is running

against Democratic ben. Warren

Magnuson.

WASHINGTON L v;.

President Nixon's campaigH man manager,
ager, manager, Murray Chotiner, called in
the press last week and claimed
he was being persecuted by the

senate invesuntintf ivimnnitu

I he had just received an interest

ing report from Fresno, Califor California.
nia. California.
There, Senate' counsel Bob. Ken

nedy and committee accountant

Carmine Bellino had begun dig

ging into the strange case of a
cense granted to Station KFRE
after the FCC examiner, Basil
P. Cooper, had recommended a
license for S t a t i o a K A R M.
What the committee wanted to
establish was the part Mur Murray
ray Murray Chotiner played in changing
the Federal Communications Com

mission's vote in the granting of

i iv license worm a million ooi.

lars. ; .: r-: ;
After examiner Cooper recom recommended
mended recommended for KARM, Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Doerfer, Webster and
Mack voted for it competitor,
KFRE. Commissioners Hyde and
Bartley voted, not to award the
TV license to either; while Mc Mc-Connaughey
Connaughey Mc-Connaughey and Lee voted for
KARM.. ,., ..
At the last minute, however,

Commissioner Lee, close friend of
McCarthy's who was investigated

for the part he played in the Mc

Carthy purge of Senator Tydings

of Maryland, switched his Vote to

KFRE. This gave the necessary

majority of four votes., v,

Since Chotiner has refused to

tell the Senate Investigating Com

mittee who his clients have been.

Senate investigators went to Fres Fresno
no Fresno and examined the books of

KFRE to see how much, if any anything,
thing, anything, Chotiner was paid as a man
of influence to secure this val valuable
uable valuable TV license.
That's why, Chotiner. was yell yelling,
ing, yelling, i ;
.. v.. . '. ;S
( EX-KING MICHAEL

Washington officials didn't know

when they received former King

Michael of Rumania that a Fort

uguese court had just decreed Mi Michael
chael Michael had no rights to the throne
of Rumania if it is ever re restored
stored restored nor any rights to the

fortune of his father. ; : r

; Instead, the Portuguese court
ruled Wat Michael's half-brother,
Mircea Lambrino, first son of

Kins Carol, was the lawful heir.

Lambrino was born after Carol
eloped to Odessa and married
Zizi Lambrino. Later the marriage
was annulled, and Carol married

Prihcess Helen of Greece, mother

nf ex-Kin? Michael. They separ-

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aten, ana uaroi iook up wiui nn
famous mistress, the redheaded
Madame ( M a g d a n Lupescu,

to whom he was finally married.

I Madame i,upescu, now living
.... 4 1 u 4. TnvfnMl .4,.. iho.il

trvins' -to- obtain Carol's onetime

fortune, hepce the litigation as to

who is his rightful neir.

Ex-King Michael has appealed

the; Portuguese court's decree, but
lost. In Washington, however, he
didn't seem too much concerned.
Now 35 vears old. he is married

to Princess Anne of Denmark; he

has three daughters, makes nis

home in Switzerland, would not go

to his father's funeral, will have

nothing to do with Madame Lu

pescu, is engrossed in airplanes

and things mecnanicau
IKI'S SURPRISINO
NEUJRALISM
Hianeellor Adenauer of Ger

many," who has been battling

against German neutralists to
build up a West German army,

had hi hertsi(l conference wun

Prlriint F.isenhower lust after

Ike threw this unwitting monkey

wrench into German plans lor re rearmament:
armament: rearmament: s
"If a nation becomes truly a
neutral." Eisenhower told his

pres conference, : and becomes

the vicum oi aggression tne
world is' outraged." But if a na

tion is allied with a great power,

continued the President, "thinji
could happen to it."
Such a military alliance to a
great power. the irnitrf Ruto.

I is what Adenauer and the State

Department. have been preaching
in Germany.- The United States
has also made such an alliance
as its foundation policy in NATO
.and SEATO. So the fact that the
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ism,, gave just the -.ammunition
Adenauer's Social Democrats need needed
ed needed to block a German army.
All. this was why State Depart,
ment officials were so flabbergast
ed when Ike made his orcss-enn.

ference statement. Diplomats

from the Philippines, Thailand,
Japan were both flabbergasted
and horror-struck. Japan is now
dickering with Russia over a new
treaty. Japanese Socialists want
inch a treatv Janinec frinrti nf

the U.S.A. don't. Ike's neutralist

statement knocked the ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition right out of our friends'
hands. . ; -. -.

Premier U Nu of Burma, one onetime
time onetime advocate of neutralism, has
just resigned, amid -reports that
neutralism didn't pay. He hasn't
liked the way the Russian embas embassy
sy embassy in Rangoon has been spread

ing propaganda through Burma.
' PHILIPPINE ANSWER
Inside explanation .given for
Ike's off-the-cuff, statement was
that he had sat with Secretary of
State Dulles the night before "lis
tening to him appeal to congress congressmen
men congressmen for aid to such, neutralist na nations
tions nations as' India and Yugoslavia.
Dulles had pleaded that this was
not the time, to cut off these na.
lions; that these countries had not

yet chosen sides, but they would

line up against the U.S.A. It sud

denly aid were cut off. ; 1

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Having listened to Dulles' elo

quent, arguments and being anx-;

ious ; to get his aid program
through Congress, the President
got a bit confused at his press
conference and went overboard
for neutralism' much more than
advisers ever expected.

Among ;those Teadjng Ike's
words with horror was Philippine'
here General Carlos- Romulo,'

ambassador to the U.S.A. and
stanch friend of Americans. Speak Speaking
ing Speaking at the University of Richmond
just three days before, he had
given this advance answer to Ike's
neutralism: .;i i
"I am disturbed by the new
neutralism,"- he said. '"Neutralism
is like a bear chasing a hus husband,
band, husband, with the wife calling to
them both: 'Go to it bear; go to
it husband. -
,Remei.ber the message' Thorn Thorn-as
as Thorn-as Jefferson and his fellow rebels
gave to Asia and to the world:
take sides. Freedom is precious

defend it! It is not cheap, or

easy, or neutral. It is dear and
hard and leal. Take sides or
you will lose it."
That was how a lot of allied
diplomats felt about Ike's neutral neutrality
ity neutrality statement.

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taper At Dick Kilburn,-12, rides along, Brad Crems, 13, balances on. the rear fender, left,'
throws a leg over Dick' shoulder, center, and ends up astride his partner's neck. Warning to
' bike riders who read this: DONT try this stunt on a street where there's any auto trafficl

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instrument j
9 Musical j
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12 Spoken 1
13 Chills and
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14 Label "5t;
15 Terpen
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17 Exist
II British
. Columbian
Indian
19 Moon goddess
21 Sieve
23 Chemical salt
24 Dance step
2T Mounds used
by golfers
29 Be borne
32 Charm
34 Pressed
36 Ebb f
37 Hang
38 Noun suffix
39 Let it stand
41 Oriental coin
42 Swiss canton
44 Norse god
48 Pistol holder
49 Loos

M Malt beverage

84 Height
58 Pan
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37 Pronoun
St Japanese
outcasts'
59 Drunkard
80 Pack
91 Foot part

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2 Region
J Hindu
t garment
4 Snow vehicles
' 3 Have (Scot.)
' 9 Related 1
' through male

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I Nuisances
9 Birds ;
10 Pastry
11 Awry
16 Lured

20 Biblical nam 33
22 Festival 35
24 Peel 40

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46 Headgear
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46 Give forth
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Sales figures for the Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican export business of The
Gillette Company topped all re records
cords records last year, and show a steady
increase thus far in 1956 according
to information released at the close
of the company's annual Latin A-

merican three-day sales meeting
held at El Panama. ; J
Company officials and represen representatives
tatives representatives discussed annual sales ob-
!ectives, operations and advertis advertis-ne
ne advertis-ne in 17 Latin American countries

for the company'! razors and

Mate pens which were added to, can

Gillete operations when it bought
the Paper-Mate Company last

year -'- ;'
On Wednesday afternoon, the en

tire group of 21 conferees went to

Colon to visit the company s Free
Zone offices (Cia. Interamericana
Gillette) which were the first to be
set up in the Free Zone, and which
this year celebrated five years of
operation. ; -..: V j

Attending the sessions, were sev

eral Gillette Officials from the

countries. They included: I.

Scout Afevs

Solons Cut Debt Ceiling By
$3 Billion; Nix Tax Relief

Last Sunday was a red letter
day for Troop No. 13, Internation International
al International Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone
of Rainbow Citv. when thv

brated the fifth anniversary of the' WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP) '"permanent" ceiling of 275 billion
granting of their charter as unitlTne House Ways and Means Com- dollars.
of the youth organization. t mittee bar unanimously approved Committee Chairman Jere Coop Coop-Joined
Joined Coop-Joined by other units of the At-' oiu to cut national debt ceil- er (D-Tenn.) said the measure
lantie District numbering appna-l"1 Dy oimm dollars.. It acted would be called up for House ac ac-imately
imately ac-imately 160 boys, headed by tlafter the administration again clos-tion later this week. Swift House

drum and bugle corps- with neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood commissioner Verneel A.

Laing, Sr., in command; together

they paraded from the Rainbow Ci-

ed the door on an income tax re-s and Senate approval is likely.

duetion this year.

"Secretary of the Treasury George
M.. Humphrey told the committee

Humphrey told the committee

it "will take careful manage management"
ment" management" for the voveramtnt tn

ty scout shack to the St. Vincent 1 it present nor anticipat- erate under the new ceiling but

e teiieves n can Be done.
"If this becomes imDossible."

he said, "we shall advise the Con-

as a ai reduc- gresa promptly."

I lie said toe government's suc

cess "in living within this eeiline

Sandbank, Latin American Division

manager, and Juan A. Faura, ex export
port export advertising manager from

Gillette a principal offices in Bos

ton; B. F. Eibner, manager. Cia.

interamericana Gillette, Colon Free by president Ellis L, Fawcett and
Zone: Raul Gasteazora. Latin -A-o' .. n j

ocoui executive- nayuiuuu wnugc

R. C. Church where they attended

the I a.m. Mass. The Mass attend attendance
ance attendance was followed by ah impres

sive flag raising ceremony held in I

ironi ot me scout snack.
Highlighting the day's, celebra celebration
tion celebration was the reassembling of the
Atlantic Troops personnel at the
scout shack at 3:15 o'clock in the
afternoon where a "Court of Hon Honor"
or" Honor" was held with the youngsters
entertaining their parents and
friends; with a delightful program
of appropriate songs and recita.
tions with Oswald L. McKeniie as
chairman. 1

The program included short talks

ed budget surpluses Justify a tax
cut. He added that he naional e-

conomy does no need an Inflaion-

ary simulan such
ion. -''.

"I feel very sure there Is noth-

Zone; Raul Gasteazoro, Latin A

merican field sales manager, for
Paper-Mate division; V. N. Aubert,

who were present in which they

'complimented the officers of Troop

ing in the situation dffecting' the will depend on great restraint by

ecoauinj- u jusuiy cui u us oou the congress ana the admitt admitting
ing admitting in the situation affecting the istration in expenditures."
economy to justify a cut at this "On the basis of present esti-

ome, : ne saia. ... o- ..

. Humphrey reiterated the admin
ktratiea's pesitioa that thee x x-Pc
Pc x-Pc ted tl,SM,m,Oo sorplus at
the end ef this fiscal year June 30
should be ased te reduce the
kage aational debt He estimat estimated
ed estimated the debt at that time will total
about 271 billion dollars.

The committee's debt bill

Ton! products during the first1 nited States and Panama, in add!

day. Discussions the second and i tion to sales managers and repre repre-third
third repre-third days 'also included Paper sentatives from other Latin Ameri-

Kern from Venezuela; S. L. Shory,
G. Piedrahita. A. Cifuentes. E.

U-! Eusse and H. Rangel from Colom

bia; A. A. basteiio Peru; N. Stron-j

made over the years and for keep

ing the boys together in such splen splendid
did splendid esprit de corps.

Opened with invocation ny ns-

lrff10 Kk0: Md fcSK EdVard GVeV the

South American Travel Promoted
On Denver Radio And TV

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During a visit to Denver, Colorado, to address that city's
World Trade Club, Edward G. Bern, vice president of traffic
and sales of Panagra (Pan American-Grace Airways), third
from left; took time out to appear on radio and television
programs to promote travel from the middle west to South
America through the airline's new 30 per cent group excursion
fare. Above, with Don Berrard (center) Pan American World
Airways, District Sales Manager, he is interviewed by Pet
Smyth e popular commentator on station KOA-TV..
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Political Favoritism'

I Plant Deal

Charged

WASHINGTON, June 20- (UP)

A riouse Investigating Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee today accused toe
Eisenhower Administration of
using ''political favoritism" In
awarding a $13 million contract
to expand the government's
nickel piant in Cuba.
The i 'committee also accus accused
ed accused the justice Department of
improperly withholding from
Const i ss certain papers which,
it sail, might disclose further
"irregulanues." ? v' :.-;
The House Government Oper Operations
ations Operations cabcommittee, headed by
Rep. Jack Brooks (D-Tex.), said
the Administration's delay In

awarding the expansion con contract
tract contract cost the government 10
million pounds In : critically
needed nickel ior its strategic
stockpiles. ...
The cubcommlttee made the
statement In reporting to the
House its findings in its In Investigation
vestigation Investigation of the Nicaro nickel
plant. -.. '-v : '.- i
Tolitlcal and private influ influence
ence influence played an active fole in
the awarding of the construc construction
tion construction subcontract," ,th report
aid. pji-
r -m.Ih, in a separate state-

!, said he would not "oe "oe-!
! "oe-! or endorse any cover-up
, t vor iiism, corruption', or
! fraud. . whether it -I
publicans or Demo Demo-."
." Demo-." He added that tha
.ini.ttee's- findings were
! ed on sworn testimony

t aumeniary eviaence.

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Republican National Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, including (then Air
Force Secretary Harold) Tal Talbot
bot Talbot and Mr. Bernard MV
Shanley (Secretary to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower).
The subcommittee said Cremer

was sure he had convinced Hall
that his company arid its offi

cers "had a satisfactory Kepuo Kepuo-lican
lican Kepuo-lican background." .

The subcommittee strongly

protested against the Justice

Department's withholding micro

films of Cremer's private papers
lrom the subcommittee. It said
testimony showed that some or

iginals of Cremer's papers have
disappeared and may have been
"willfully stolen" by government
officers.
The subcommittee also said
that the insurance brokerage
contract covering the expansion
contract was awarded "jin the

New Iodine Is
Non-poisonous
Non-staining,

PHILADELPHIA. June 20 (UP)

A non-stinging, non-stainina and

non poisonous new iodine which

is effective against n e a r 1 y all
forms of infection was announced

yesterday.' .-;!'.,"
The new antiseptic, tested by a
number of eastern hospitals dur during
ing during the past several years, is be

ing distributed under the name I I-sodine
sodine I-sodine by the Isodine Pbarmacal

endorsed by the administration. It

temporary ceil-

dollars for the

maies," ne aaaea, mere is no

leeway for reduction in tax rates

Humphrey testified the adminis administration
tration administration was able to keep under the
281 billion dollar ceiling this year

Dy omy -a narrow margin on oc

casions. He said the margin" on
occasions. He said the margin was
"closer than is prudent in handline

me government's operations efu
w" cently." ; .

ing of 278 billion

MO JOB PROBLEM

NEW HAVEN, Conn..' (UP)

1957 fiscal year which starts July

L This i 3 biUion dollar -ceiling .The Culinary Institute of America

wnicn expires June mi. ; reported that each of its 156 grad

me new cemne u nowevur. s itn h .t.nn.j a: h..

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deserving scouts of Troop No. 13,
who bad distinguished themselves
in scoutcraft to receive promotion
to higher positions in the troop
unit Pacific district commissioner

Pearl E, Ford and Edward Green

made the nresentation. t

Group Scoutmaster Ivan Evering
of Troop N. 13, in a short address,
took the opportunity te thank all

who in one way or another contri

huted fat the success of the day's

celebration and made an impres-
.i. j u

Siva appeal to tat parcuu- ui uic
bovs nresent requesting their con

tinued moral and financial support

in carrying out the program of the

organization In the Interest of the

vouths of the community.

. in aaaiuon w r awceu, ueorgc
and. Ford, other invited guests to

the program included Will am
Jump, 1 council coordinator; Sibert

Haynes, unrora nicnaros,; tii

rence Kins, trnest nryan, caair

Cant'" Dnvr HpI.

- . man and members respectively of

two rnuaaeipma brotnersr ue the troop committee, and represen-

late Dr. Herman Shelanski, and
Dr. Morris Shelanski, research fel

low at the Philadelphia General

Hospital now on active duty with
the Navy Medical. Dept. at Beth-

seda, Md., discovered the anusep-
tic accidentally in. 1949 while work

ing at the industrial toxicology lab-.

oratories nere
... ...

They .found it retained all the

useful properties of iodine yet was'

non-toxic even ,u swallowed acci

dentally, .would not stain skin or
clothing, could be washed off,easi-

ly anok. wpuw noi aeierioraie. s

Quadruplets Born ;
To Italian Pair;

Mom Says (Bravo'
ROME; June 20 (UPr Quadra

plets were born yesterday to the

23-year-old wife of an unemployed

marue cutter.

Clinie authorities said nrettv

Mrs. Velia Betolassini gave birth
to three boys and a girl. The in infants,
fants, infants, ranging in weight from 14
pounds to 3V4 pounds, were placed
in an incubator.. v
Mother and quadruplets were

reported in good condition. The

father, Mauro Bertolassini, 24, ap

peared dismayed at first bat

cheered up when his mother hug

ged mm and said: "Bravo, my son,

oravo, my uiue my.

tatives of Troops Mos.

4.

1. 2, 3 and

basis of political favoritism It
went to the Balmer it Moore
Insurance Agency of Chicago.
William J. Balmer, one of the
partners, is a long-time friend
of Mansure. fi- ;:-;i","

Scaffolding Gives
Killing Two Men
In Everett, Mass.

' EVERETT. Mass., June 10 (UP)

Two men were killed and seven
others were injured today when t a
scaffolding gave way, dropping

inem so reel oown a steam gener generator
ator generator plant chimney were building.

Witnesses said the men were

pouring a section of a concrete
chimney at the Boston Edison Ci.
plant when- the wooden platform
inside the -cimney "suddenly- let

go with a crash." j
"Nobody saw them go," said
Edward Murray, a spokesman for

tne contracting firm that is build

ing ue piant. There -was just a

big, crash when the staging hit

the bottom of the chimney."
4 US Soldiers :

Burned In Blast
Near Bordeaux

BORDEAUX. Prance. Juna M

ivn roar U.S. sold era -suffer.

ed burns today when an amnhibl

ous vehicle blew up while being

iuueieu. .,. : ..
Officials said work detail at
Camp Nodex 50 miles north of here

was loading gasoline from three
2,000 gallon tank trucks into five five-gallon
gallon five-gallon cans and placing them in

the amphibious vehicle., ,! .
Someone started the enstne and

the vehicle blew up, setting, fire

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e subcommittee recom recom-1
1 recom-1 tnat the Justice De-

- 1 1 take whatever legal

i warranted to prosecute
' tions of Jaw in the
Kt awarding. It 'also re re-i
i re-i d that the Justice De-
.t study the subcommit-

cord of testimony to de-

v hether penury was

""d by any witnesses, v.
; j million contract was
acted by' the General
s Administration (OSA)
i to Merritt-Chapman &

' ? a construction firm con con-1
1 con-1 l- financier Louis Wolf Wolf-f
f Wolf-f i. s. i the Frederick Snare
f "other construction
J i. ( was then headed by
l l F. Mansure, -who re re-f
f re-f for "personal reasons"
t t ruary during the sub sub-t
t sub-t e's investigation :t
committee report said
V lall Cremer, vice pres-
1 i the Snare Corporation,
i i that his company had
t o v Republican National
' i .n Leonard W. Hall that
it v is not a "new deal-fair
crry company. ,l
"I.i order to satisfy Mr. Hall
on this score the report said,
"Snare asked several promi- i
nent people to contact the'

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soviet Captivity

WAKKANAI, Northern 3m
June 20 (UP) Flflv Janr

fishermen, the largest group cap captured
tured captured by Russia ince It claimed

we right to police fishing waters

mi nonneast Asia last March, re returned
turned returned here today from Soviet ca.

?' The five ahibs In which thev had

been arrested by the Russian and

their captains remained behind in

soviet hands,
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received sentences ranging from 18

months to three years. U
The fisbermen anil their ttnv rnH

boats were seized bv the Soviet in

the Japan Sea, near the, Siberian

coast during the month of May.
State Wants Staff

Of Va. Hospital ;

j To Have Licenses

, ALEXANDRIA, Va June 20

fUP). The full-time staff of
I :Alexaudrla's general hospital
I finn( K In innrt. tnmnrrnnr in

answer charges of practicing
i medicinV without state licenses.
Stg tax examiner A. E.En E.En-.
. E.En-. 8ramytsterday swore out war war-!
! war-! rants against the entire staff of

15 interns and residents. En En-Rram
Rram En-Rram said he had told the hos hos-pitaJ.June
pitaJ.June hos-pitaJ.June 4 that the staff had
1o have the licenses, which cost
from $15 tq $25.
But, Hospital Sunt Charles M.

I Goss said, "tax people" told him
. hj,ctors all young for-

French Reds Lift
Veil Of Silence i

On Stalin Crimes

PARIS June 20 fUPV Th.

French, Communist Party today

lore away tne ornciai veil of si

lence on Stalin's "crimes" but
pointedly remarked that he was
not to blame for all the sins of

nis regime. ,

-i In, the first official party an announcement
nouncement announcement on Stalin since the
publication of Khrushchev's at-

iacK :m western newspapers
French Communist v leaders re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly admitted that their.

iumier mm riaa ciay reel.
But they added sharo'v : "Tt

wouia, however, be unjust today
to attribute to. Stalin alone ev everything
erything everything that was negative in
the activity of the soviet Un-

ion-s communist Party."
; This was regarded as a direct
reflection on staling heirs who
had served under him while he
was alive, i ,. ;
The announcement vn 'mido

TtnAAntiitMM1

statement by the narty's Politbu Politburo
ro Politburo published on the front cape of

loaays -Humanite," tne com
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T. MILUON'.MILE ADVICE

HARTFOR, Conn. (TJP
Cited for driving one million miles

without scratching a fender, taxi
driver Irving Weiner advised:
"Just take your time but not

too much time. Be cautious and

you'll be all right."

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CANAL ZONE ART LEAGUE HOLDS SIXTH ; '
ilCCESsH'L BEAUX ARTS BALL AT AMADOR :
A peppermint candy c irl attired in red-and-white strip striped
ed striped bath towel was one of the hits of the evening at the bth
annual Beaux Arts Ball' sponsored b? the Canal Zone Art
League. This yeart fa crowd fUed the Ft. Amador Club
'' Saturday' night and expanded onto the outdoor terrace tot
moonlit dancing. s .-
Mrs. Norman Wylie, who with her husband Dr. Wylle won
the prize for the most original costume, just "washed those
men right out of her hair" all evening;. Fluffy suds, quite
renewable, lasted the evening, gave tne attractive matron
the appearance of wearing a wnite wig between washings.
The Vvylies were awarded Dorothy Thornton'g painting en- ;.
titled "rrangipanl.", t
More than $200 was raised by the v A t-
trusts to oeii ueiray tne cow u son, hy the retiring president, Mrs.
an aunual an scuuursuip. u h Connie Hosking. :
stevenson ot we aaanuc sioe was I The guests of honor were: 'Lt

Bolek, President of the American

If You Feel Social Failure
You Can't Help Refected.Boy

IT: MRS. '.MURIEL' LAW fNCE! pasteurised milk conditioned-ir.

,. -? 5. lanusepttc toys and. comic books.

iiure-year-oia sieve attends a she cannot guarantee him com

Lesion Auxiliary. Department ofi'1!001 wnose .tudents elect class pletely sterile contacts with human
" A v ft III avaril flm Am a I i ja 1 a. 4. .t

Panama. She will he assisted y'Z". "" f w. "" . -; t
nthAr non.rtmnt nffirura md Past J08. re U encour.ged to seek nom- Though psychiatrist are workine

Unit Presidents.- lmJ.UoiL.. .' 'on it lUU shares some instincts

A pot-luck supper, will also be an' ujf icacuer asaeu wwn ue wou and snare, utt

cuutiii'uip winner;

event of the evening,

Those invited include the De

partment officers of both the A-

merican Legion and American Le

gion Auxiliary and their iamuies,
Legionnaires and their families.
I t -' 1 3 1 ',

Group Planning Congress
At Luncheon

The local Committee for the Inter-American
Congress of Munici

palities to be held in Panama Ci City
ty City met today at the Club Atlas to
formulate plans.

Municiapl leaders, from all over

. ?

I Col. Carr, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Town, the the Western Hemisphere are

her class, "Which boys and girls

want to Decome candidates for
class president?'" Hands were

raised. So were those of hopeful

treasurers and secretaries. But
Steve announced no political in-

these animal mobsters, the nice
children in Steve's class sensed
weakness in him and rushed to
tear him down. That this shocked

him is natural.

But that it should have so shock-

bch Ut far tadoalaa k this
aaluau ihwlS tahaiittaa la tit tit-writtca
writtca tit-writtca tmrm aiU mtilt U W
tk knc HmWn lfclr4 AmUy In "So.
;cwl u Olitnwiit, M 4Uvtrc
hy ku4 to Ut afllc Nstlrw tt
aMtuoti caAMt a cctU ay UU-
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Gem And Minerals' 1
Group Meets Friday :
The Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society will hold their
regular monthly meeting at 7:30
P.m. on rrldav in th. niahin

I Service Center.

Members are reminded to bring
their specimens of petrified
wood and other pseudomorphs.
Visitors are welcome.

outBts at Uie oail included cos- send, and Father Fraser,

turned leveieis ti-om rauama and The members and their husbands
tne iiold Coast as weiL au ra- were seated at a U-shaped table
Cuic cuuiiuutuUc ou tue decorated with orchids and greed
stfmoert ot we Art iaue uad foliage.. . , t
douuA weir, woiba a jirues Memoers and their husbands

wuicn were awarueu in u uuiu- wn0 attended were: Sfc and Mrs.

expected at the Congress schedul-' though two weeks have passed, the

uur iiimseu nas never menuonea

it., His mother writes, "the teach-

it. His mother writes, "the teach teach-in
in teach-in e about it How can I do this?"
By recovering from your own
fear of his social failure.'

A child who keeps such a hurt

terest. "Why, Steven," his teacher ed bis teacher and mother, I dont
acirtVl 111 Blimrieal "'l vma wanf I l a I l ai.

wunw aaa flMiNWt, WVU V J VU Waaub
to try. out for class office?" V

"Aw, who'd vote for him?"

someone inquired loudly. And was
instantly echoed by crieso f "He'd
be no good! Why ask him?""

In dismay,1 Steve's tea eh en
promptly telephoned his mother to
report, this cruet experience. But

ed, to start Aug. 2.

Airman Francis Richard Barr
To Enter Religious Order
Airman First Class Francis Rich Richard
ard Richard Barr. the son of Mrs. M. Fran

ks, fuetuiies, Auree uoor prizes Duncan, Sgt. and Mrs, Fmuegan, cis Barr of Balboa, and the late
were given. sgt and airs. Benero, Sfc. and Mr. Robert Warren Barr, has been
iur the costume contest Mr, Gonzaiez. M-Set and Mra'received into the Order of Discalc-

weire wrs.. William Jtucaer, wuoot Gardner, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Hess, d Carmelites, Province' of 'Mary

immaculate, f v
He will begin his training In St
Joseph's. Seminary, Peterborough,
N. H. After one year m St. Jo

seph's Seminary he -will enter the
novitiate in Brookline, Mass., for a
year. From Brookline he will go
to Holy Hill Monastery, Hubertus,
Wis.; for1 four years of Philosophy,

and then on to Washington, V. C.
for four years of theology, and or
dination,

Airman Barr entered the Afr

tuo ..uug-couluauuau Miu tit- sgtand Mrs. faosKing.'M-Sgt. ana
val District, airs. u. vuicauoy aa Mr,; Aiaj0n sgt. ano-Mrs.tiomei,
. xulxs, iy., uie mm.) goet o sfc-i nd Mrs Hunter, srfc. and

. iiwbs ana airs, uuuuie wwe, .ffc orsm, i.sgt..and MrsJour.-

aua -iiss uorouiy ".' son, Sfc. and Mrs. ugo, M-sgt.
nama. - ano Mrs. LuKer.-M-figt. and Mis.
.ues the Wylies, wmners in M4rrero, Air. and Mrs. Mune,
vacuus categories wee: ; . anQ mit feutey, M-bgt. ou Mis.
-euod; u. it. l0rru ,nomeo, M-6gt. and Mis. aieLeas,
"Diamond Jim wauy, ie ecori- 5lt and ms uora, hgt. and Mrs.
eu uie viet. uui, wno s u ana 4 mr
, Mr, K. K. Morn, uiamona tM Mrs.-winiams, arj and Mrs,
va a water coior by raw Co oy, t Marilyn Coi-

auonai uress; mbj. ,auu a".,Dul.n Mr. riara Houenoueh ana' Anan arr entered tne' Air
Gu, a. xritoae cosiuweu as ;;m-;Qj fn i""81' "atl, Force in September, 1952. and took
dia' were awaraeu Muriel h,mALj'tM h. orni;Jhis three months basic training at

?TJ&ill The TV Girl. we 0Jf
oievens anu Mrs. McNama- bftliaM. DauBBter j
ta-won ,c.tsy Tayior roster New of!.Tn. ;
uuv - I Mr. and Mrs. rancis J.Haydel
' '"f''v x. lof bilu neaton street, e urs
Most Humorous: Mr and jrs announce u!e birth of
F. it. Jonnson won. Mrs. iteeves .; u...

stiU life. Mrs. Johnson (fete) was ilTffm hll en nam- k- Rtui?in? to States in Jan-

attired m fed. ugnts anu a peea-a- 0 .... ..... juary mm, ne was assignea to
boo tulle apron., .... Tne m.Vrn'.r.ndn.renrfs a J r?" AiF Co.m.mnd P?"""

woor prized Were awarded to Ann Mr and Mrr AiDert saarinen oi ier" m "ma.n. weo- m.Juiy oi me
.i... ,v. ... i:nohi. tnnn. "r. ano Mrs. Aioen aaarmen oi mr i. w.. n trinsfpr.

in, k., Trt. nstarnal Bl-annnarant, . 0

understand unless they are as

young as he In experience. And un

accustomed to judging between
good and evil, have simply failed
to register the times mob feeling

has struck out at them,

Instead of contempt,. they seem
to feel such respect for the evil
this experience. of Steve's, I can
only ask, "Where have you been
all your lives that you are so scar scared
ed scared of .rejection?" ',..' ,t i

LIVE WITH 'EM

Sampson A.F.B., N.Y. He was then

assigned to twelve .'weeks techni

cal training in the communications

center specialist course at rrancis
E. Warren A.F.B.. Chevenne. Wvo.

From Cheyenne hwas was assigned

to Hamilton A.F.B., San Rafael,

Lai., and from there to Adak, Alas

lumu-. ..ii n . oa mi

Johnson; Mrs.J Z ,7 h.7 Um We5.t0.Y".A i r

w ... w If'AMal HIM I t1lATAa H I Ifl M

SalDas. who won

'ment 'r by Pete

Lawrence; Baaca, who carried off ad Jr n H
Hugh 'Lmn'a "tiuayacan;" and ue V' " 1
Mrs. Henriette Shaw, wh0t t o o Jt Outstanding Citisens
;home some ceramic goblets by R., Receivill4 citiienshin

X. Morris. I Awards ionight

Stmi.Annuil Installation Banquet
Held For Ft. Culick NCO Wives
( The Fort Gulick NCO Wives Club
held t' "T semi-amv installation

batuj l 1' p
the c! Sa
1 M-t. Ccu., j
master cf ce
i' The newly e.
the coming tt'rm

i.ooiu of

. .is served as
..$. -. :
ted officers for
are: ;' President,

Mrs. nancy Johnson; Vice Presi President,
dent, President, Mrs. Connie Hosking; Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, Mrs. Geneva Mason; Trea Treasurer,
surer, Treasurer, ...rs. Jessie Hell; Board of
Governors, Mrs. Connie Jones;
Mrs. Candy Gardner, Mrs. Lee
Hunter and Mrs. Mae Pelkey.
: The retiring officers were: Pres President
ident President Mrs. Connie Hosking, Vice
Presidet, Mrs. Joanna York; Sec Secretary,
retary, Secretary, Mrs. Jams Finnegan, trea

surer. Airs, caroi imine; noara oi
Governors, Mrs. Clara H o J 1 e n-

Candy Gardner, Airs,

where he was stationed until

discharge.

his

He was a member of the 1952

graduating class of Balboa, High

The American Legion Auxiliary, Lk,ni

Elbert S. Waid Unit ino. 2, has n.
nounced that Americanism Awards RluaA m.!. n,--. i 1 ;
will be presented tonight to three SwSSLuy
outstanding citizen.. m. thtaBal. A gnort shirt dance will be n-ld
lojne. -... .M ) Saturday at the Army-Navy !Ciub

..ine.twaro.wiu oe given w at Fdrt Amtdor frora, :W until

vmnA. wioerg. r.j anu r. jj.,, Organ music wiUbopro-

to M'r. C mT Wu7onT Jr, oTFort v,dett Lucno Axcarr.ga,

uuuck. (Cohtlnned oa Pag. 1)

a iiv aaudi tat vaa aaa a wvvj-
nitioh of outstanding endeavor m
promoting gooa citizensnip among
the youtn of the Canal Zone.
Mr. WiDerg and Mr. Carpenter
are being honored particularly lor
their work in Cub' Scouts and

Boy Scouts and Mr. Wilson is be- GAL DISH IN FAMOUS

ing honored for his work in Boy's BOURGUIGNONNI ... ... ...
State and with youth groups. I .v.
.The Award, ceremony will be' By CAYNOR MADDOX
held at the American Legion Post NEA Food, and Markets Editor
home in Cristobal at o:30 p.m. ; ,' 1

v u ut rnAr rmmAm HTva itaI nwititf tha auorvlc rornmnnv I ajvcu vuuikuikuuiuib J3 m i

Louise Sanderson, and Mrs. Lucille new officers of- the American Le-," vSIku rnlteV
Marrc i. gion" Auxiliary, Elbert S. Waid U- H"18 Yudf.blci Proprteto' .of the

The C "'f'l was presented to the nit No. 2 will be installed. The In In-Iieiv
Iieiv In-Iieiv president,- JMrs. Nancy John- stalling Officer will be .Mrs. Vera

NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UP1

Wntnmolnffist Neelv Turner of the

secret from his parent does so to; Connecticut Arigicultural Experi-

protect mmseu. weaxenea oy ieariment station says gardeners have
of his own worthlessness, he, in to "learn to live with insects' be be-no
no be-no condition to deal with the par' cause "2,000 or' so species drop
ent's, too. i 'in." He admitted that hi. garden

ue avoids agitated concern over has bugs, too.

mm lor uie same reason you oy oy-pass
pass oy-pass a rickety chair when you stub
your toe avoidance of more pain.
Rather than entrust his weakness
to someone who believes it fatal,
he prefers to lick the wound him himself
self himself In solitude. '
If Steve's mother has no encour encouragement
agement encouragement that can take the sting
out of this experience, she'd better
get some quick.. t.'
For though sh eao offer Steve

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internationally famous Restaurant

Maxim's in Pans, to tell our June
bride, how to prepare It a. the
French do. This is what Monsieur
Vaudable, now visiting the United

States, told us:

For six servings, use two pounds

of top round of beef, cut into two two-inch
inch two-inch squares. Peel a dozen white

onions; wash a dozen small mush,
rooms; pare, then dice three car carrots.
rots. carrots.

Into a Dutch oven, or a deep
saucepan with a close-fitting cover,

drop three tablespoonfuls of butter,

or a half dozen one-inch squares

of salt pork. When melted and hot,
add the beef. Saute until browned

nicely on auV sides. Mow u you
like, warm three, or four taoie taoie-spoonsful,
spoonsful, taoie-spoonsful, of brandy in a small

saucepan; Light (Carefully) with a

match, and pour it over the beef.

Let it burn out (This improves
flavor even more). Then remove

the beef from the Dutch oven. In

the same fat in which you

browned the beef, Saute the veg vegetables
etables vegetables nnal they begin to brown.
Remove them to a piate (refrig (refrigerate
erate (refrigerate tnem while the meat cooks).

Into the fat left in the Dutch even.

stir three tablespoonfuls flour and
brown it. Then stir in cup beef

bouillon and tt cup burgundy. Cook

untu slightly thickened. .; :
Mow add your choice of season
ing. For tomato, stir in a tea

spoon or two of tomato paste, no

more. If you prefer neros, add a
pmciio f marjoram or thyme for
both instead of tomato. Dont add
more. Remember that it is easy
to add more if yon like, but not
at all easy to correct seasoning
when too much has been added.

If you like, you may also add

V4 cup frozen Marcnand de vin
sauce that has been- heated in
small saucepan. r s
Now return the beef to the Dutch
oven. Cover! Simmer gently two
hours. Add the vegetables. Cover.
Simmer one hour longer.
Remember Boeuf Bourguignonne
when you want something special
for a party. Taste, even better if
you make it the day ahead and
reheat it Wonderful dish for help help-yourself
yourself help-yourself buffet dinners. In France
it is always accompanied with a

tangy green salad and a glass of

red wine. t . ;

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STAMFORD; Conn. -(UP) k
housing development offered with
each $27,000 home a stove, refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator and a used car..:,

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EVERY-WEDNESDAY from 7j30 p.m.
XUdlO and hU ORCHESTRA Vila play T

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Alr-con'dltloned Bella Vista Room i J
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Want to make your wife feel
like bride again? All right, here',
the way to set her moonina over

how wonderful you are and how

lucKy she is to be your wife:
Telephone her from work for no
reason at' all not to remind her
to take your suit to the cleaners
or to ask her to- go to the bank
but just to talk.- While you're
talking ask some quesions that
show you've been thinking about
ber and are interested in what

.he', doing. v

If you cat afford it and can ar arrange
range arrange it, plan a weekend trip for

just tne two oi you. start oa m a
relaxed, v carefree- mood, Discuss
no poblemr during tfiev entire

weekend. Just enjoy each other's
compapy..
If that is loo "nig ari undertaking!

make t date with your wife to go
out to dinner and dancing or to a
show. Don't suggest taking- anyone

eise atong. ion is a oate, remem remember
ber remember -t '

Tell Her What She Like. TO Hear
' Pay her some personal compli

ments, sne iiKes to near she is a
good cook or a good manager or
a good mother; of course. But the
kind of cmpliment at will bring

a dreamy look to her eyes is tell,
ins: her' how pretty she looks.

Your wife -i probably hustles

around trying to make an evening

easy and pleasant for you when
you come home from the office
completely bushed. You don't even
have to tell her.- She knows. So
how about noticing when she looks

as u she ha. had a rough dayT

Then pitch in to help- with the
evening .chores so that the can get

.om. rest. More important, sn. li

feel loved and protectee v

Tell her you want to discus, t
business, matter with her because

you want HER idea.. When she

eivM them., listen resDectfullv

Shell be pleased and you miy be

surprised at ner insight, s

ItY easf.to make a' wife feel
like a bride. All a husband has to

do is to treat her lute. one. even

if Just -occasionally.

kJ6 and your

baby can

both

sleep

well

f f

2

when a -woman'.- club or or

ganization invite. man to
sneak to them, it U courteous to

Invite hi. wife a. a .peclal

guest She can accept tne invi invitation
tation invitation or not as .he chooses, but

she should be -asked.

i Anu ana aivum uric m pv,ow.-

ai xiivimimuii, nvm jmj. m ............
to the speaker to bring bis wife.

v

Even when his teeth are coming,

5 you and baby need not lose any sleep because he
f ? ' is Hot and restless.' Give him Ashton & Parsons
.'Infants' Powders. They soothe swollen gum. and

f relieve wind in the stomach.

.... .... .....
They lielp keep baby health'

- and happy and you
will have no worries.

Give

Mton

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CASA ZALDO ;
Coital Ave.

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SAL!.- I tea set, 21 -piece
Martha Washington pattern;
Venetian; alines an. African vio violets.
lets. violets. 09)2 Amador U. Phone
2-2964.
MR SALE: Living Mem art,
eUaiag nm sot, full becl. I vary-
thin, $125. Call Mn. Seregeia,
13-7132, hours 7 a.m. to 3:45.
FOR SALt: 25-cvcle refrigera refrigera-tor
tor refrigera-tor $65; kitchen tahla tt chain
920; double M fr mattress $20
baby crib 4 mattress $20; 1949
Fere! $275. PboiM Gambaa 6495.
Met SALE: Mahogany dining
want at, vary good condition.
Na. 54 at 50th Straat in front
ef II latum. ; v
FOR SALE: w. Gat tafratotar
$55, anartmiat liza atav-.$30,
piaca living raam & $45.
CaH Alhraok 215. A- 4

Eng

meers Society Official

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. micumvc. iuui-ay- scneauie ine local ouicert, in addition to
nas beep prepared for William H. Arnold And Carboneli, include Eob Eob-WMly
WMly Eob-WMly executive secretary of the ert J. Risberg, second vice-presi-Amencan
Society of qvU Edgi- dent; David L. Hartwell, secreta-

""i .nmves at locumen
airport tomorrow morning at 7:30
to visit the Panama section of AS-
CE. ;::..,!
Accompanied by his wife and
daughter. Wisely will be -met at
the airport by Col. Hugh M. Ar Arnold.
nold. Arnold. President of the Panama iw.
tlon of th American Society of;
Civil Engineers, and Mrs. Arnold
and by Celso Carboneli, first vice
President Of the Panama spot inn nf
the ASCE and president of the Pa
nama aociety oi Engineers and Ar
cbitects. and Mrs. Carboneli.
A nativ of Coulterviltn Til.
Wisely is a graduate of the Univer
sity or iuidois, from which he holds
iwo degrees. He has been an as assistant
sistant assistant engineer in the Illinnit Stat
Water Survey, assistant sanitary
engineer in tne minois Department
of Public Health, and engineer-
manaeer or tne urbana anrt ram
paign Sanitary District. ;
From 7944 until ftio irtt f thit,
year when- he beeame auiat
secretary of ASCE, Wisely was exe executive
cutive executive secretary of the Federation
oi 2ewage, ana industrial Wastes
Assiauons. and editor of its joorn
a1."Sewaee and Industrial Watt..1
He is a special lecturer in civil n
nois. and author and pn-inlhnr nf
nois and author and co-authoro i
many technical papers.
In 1842 h receiveit the
Allen Award of the Federation of
sewage Works Associations, and he
hag been on the Ohio River Valley
Water Sanitation Commission.
Wiselv will" be the ffnest aoealc.
er at tomorrow's meeting of the
Panama Rotary Club after which
he will make a launch trip from
Pedro (Miguel through GaJlard
Cut to Gamboa. ?- i
On Fridav merninc he will visit
the Panama Canal affain molrine
a tour of XliraOores Locks.
Tomorrow, evening, the Wisely!
bill be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jo.
seuh M. Cooke for cocktaila anA
will also attend the reception be
ing lenaerea lut new vanai zone
Governor at the Tivoli Guest House.
At noon on ryiaay the visiting
engineering official will attend an
uv.ius. .uuvuwu a. ui vu
Guest House when he will have the
nnnnrtunitv tn disBa Snrintv mat.
rr-
ters with the officers of the Pana-
ma-oacuvor .-t- -.. i

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LOURDES PHARMACY
IH La Caraeaaina
FARMACIA LOMBARD:
fte. M Sweet
' MORRISON

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-60-cycra SilvarHn
1 6-htch tahla Nlavitien, gaad
condition $80. Phan Rodman
3504. v
FOR SALE Maytag wa.hor and 1
drytr, automatic, vary liHl tua,
60-cycla; air-conditionar "Cold "Cold-aaat"
aaat" "Cold-aaat" l3-ha. 60 cyclat, aavan
mantha uta with a 5-yaar gaar-
laat affar. Laaving lth lth-ajiua
ajiua lth-ajiua and must sell befor Juno
25. Phana 3-1540. Corner of
14th and tolivar Sta Pacific
Prata luilding, Colon.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
pvapies,, $25. each. Fart Kahh
5241. ...
FOR SALE: Upright plana
$160, 25-cyele Thar washing
; machine. Phana Navy 2380.
i FOR SALE-Opright plana, ideal
1 tor par at playroom. May ha
Man at 2507-D, Cowl!. Phana
4-306. ? 4v-,.. ;.f --. v
Tomorrow
The local officers, In addition to
ry-treasurer; Nelson E. Wise, past
president; ana uuuiermo Jtodri Jtodri-gicr,
gicr, Jtodri-gicr, past president. m ,y;,.
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrt.
Wisely and their daughter will be
guests of honor at an American
Society of Civil F.neinnra cathar.
;ing at the Tivoli Guest House at
Wiselv wiM rlevnta all nf Satur
day to" f tour of Madden Dani,
me Aiianuc siae communities and
Fort San Lorenzo. On Saturday
flieht ha will ha hnnnrsil at t
ception at the home of Carboneli
in ranama
Udoii his denarturn-ifSimito if.
ternoon Wisely will continue his
trip mio oouin America where he
wiU visit other ASCE chapters. :
Smithsonian Gets
Rhodesian Birds
WASHINGTON (UpV L The
"Dark f! n n t i n a a J.
brighter. Light has been shed on
the little-known grasslands of
northern Rhodesia with a scien
tific collection of nearlv 7 on hWAm
acauired bv thn- Smithenni an Tn-
SUlUUOn. vt-'i.;'r'M!f9"i
.The Afriran fiirde nma anaxlaa
Of Whiph ar nnt in ha fmiiul tit
any U.S. National Museum, were!
gatnerea by natives under the su.
pervision of Maj. E.L. Haydock
wno woraea for several years
from his headquarters at Luan Luan-shya,.
shya,. Luan-shya,. the Institution stated.
Dr. Herbert frieHmann KiirsW
qf birds, said, the collection is- a
good general representation of a
little known part of the world,
ornithologically speaking. ,t
Prominent in the collection are
numerous species of African
weaverbirds, finch-like birds who
ouiid eiaoorate nests of interlaced
grass and other vegetation, and
n ouiiuuus, uic Aincao version 01
hummingbirds because of their
mall i,a mnA llifs .At.i:
hw. m w.v ....cjiuua; : utciaiu;
colors. Actually the two groups
ate oniy remotely related.
LucCiic;
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MISCELUNEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2011, ANCON, CZ.
0X1211. CRISTOaVAlV CX
DR. VYINDEHAKI Medical Clin Clin-k,Day
k,Day Clin-k,Day and Night ierrke. Oppo Opposite
site Opposite Chaaa Bank. Phana 2-3479
Panama.'- .-,.'.,'
FOR SALE i
Antomobiles
FOR SAU.wClosa 1953 OiaV-.
relet Tudor "210' aarraa.
tenet waw, reaie, heate new
seat cavara, aaaienahlai price, i
alhea 1129. -
FOR SALE: '52 WiHya, Station
Wagon, 6-cyl, avardriva; pood
conditioa with only 41,000
miles. AaptMk. 2197, ,i ', I
FOR SALE: Hurry! Rod 1952
Ferd CeavertrVIt going for $695.
Enlisted man leaving 25 June.
CaH No. 84-1165 after 5 p.m.
ar sea at 2530-A, Cocoli. v
. FOR SALE: Oldimehile Holi Holi-day
day Holi-day "9S" Stipar Dalnae 195U''
, Hydramatic, radio, origina awn. r
er, Mm tall hy June 26. Maka
ffer. CaU Paeaeit 1-3477 day.
time., ;':
FOR SALEThia waeli. J1 Ferd
V-l Peluxa.Sadaa, gxtellent
shape. Balboa 2-6322. e
FOR SALI-1949 Far 4-deer'.'
law mileage, condition of thla
r above average; else. 1952'
Morris Oxford, mechanical eon-':'
ditien good, f dirty paid. Yeer
cheico $475. Balhaa I57t
YOU'LL WANT rhir 1950 Tn Tn-e"or
e"or Tn-e"or Ford, radie $415. Haute k
KSl-A, CecaH.Phane Nevy
FOR SALE? J 95 1 Pantiat 2 2-deor
deor 2-deor sedan. xcaptratial candid
ent leaded with eattasy 31,000 7
miles,, new tiros. Mint be aeon
to ho appreciated. 2507-D, a-r
eoli. Phone 4-306 : ,i. :.
Couple Is MorriedV
By Nightwatchmon
: vjs.PTtx. HVVY At
il.mi D.m.. rm n- wrto,i.
Kev. Mar-inn Ailrin ri I. .1.. j
I wr. xiauCU:
aw accustomed rounds as watch
man at the Merchandise Mart,
tOOk lm a BiM. anil m.n.i.J
Ann Mathews and Billv Cnv ..
That over, Adkins congratulated
uia eminia lain aMa ... hi. s;t.i.
picked up" a time clock, and re
sumed his duties as a night watch
man. m vu ininsug of tomor
row when he bad a job to do as
school traffic officer. .' t
The Merchandise Mart is a big
wholesale clothing house, and Ad-
aula siuu -mn mm m v. n i n
man there regularly. He has been
a traffic officer since school start started.
ed. started. He has been an ordained Bap Baptist
tist Baptist minister for 22 years. -.,
Miaa Uathan '. Sn .
Prairie, Tex., has known Adkins
since sne was just a child attend
ing church where he preached
That's why ehe wanted -him to
marry her to Frazier, 28, 'of Pas-
ttira T If T) ... aji.i 1 u
., ... ,- nua.uis cuuian (
get off on the night of the wed-
ding.
.....-..
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aSO 1110 detArminni iiAimis. Varaawif
to Aim on the lob ind he took
time out to marry them.
m, V.
hours of sleep a day between his
vnv jui as nauic omcer ana
night watchman. He leaves ; the
Mart at 4:30 a m on ;nnH mil
drives to Matoy, Okla. ;
mere he teaches Sunday School,
Preaches and nerfnrma alt v tha
other functions of a Baptist
Church pastor arriving back in
Dallas .in time for his, job as a
watchman. - r
He isn't called on often: to per-
iorm weaaings on the job; the
one in which he married Fraxier
and Miss. 'Mathews was the first
at the Mart.--in fact. It was so
late the bride's 'mother couldn't
attend, v- - -? e
HAIRLINE ACCUR AC Y Y-'AmasinsT
'AmasinsT Y-'AmasinsT new mechanical
hands do a make-up and hair hairdo
do hairdo Job cm pretty Ruth, Feld Feld-.
. Feld-. heira in SchenecUdy, K.Y.
, Called "Yes-Man" by the Gen Gen-i
i Gen-i end Electric engineers who de
, i veloped it, the eJectro-hydraulic
, : system has twin machinae, each
with two arms, two hands and
.three fingers.
" --."MaajaaaaBi

Only a few dose friend f .the. fsn n Mms Dayis;i

couple, several phbtographers. M:4; Uc .DuP"i M- Kenneth
some radio people and a mynah Ffrrier; m n.d Mri' w?lter
bird named 'Happy were- there. FIgcher 5 MiM ,0 Ana
Happy, whistled shrilly a few Mr- M11 Oagnon; Mr., and!
times, but everything els. -went Mr- Dulddio Gonzalez; Mr. Eli I
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OR OUR OFFICES

FOR RENT
Apartsieaif
ATTINTIOM at L!
medera fvraisked saitmaaa. I,
w a on roe ma, sot, cold wates.
faene Paaaaaa 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartments $40
and) $25. Jaae Agustiw Aranga
Street 5010-A. laauire eame
address, Apt. 12 er 7th Street
Na. 3. Parejue Lefevre. -. ;
FOR R(NT-f arnkhed 1-bed-room
apartment daplex hotua,
garage, fenced yard. CaH ftam.
baa .20. s
FOR RENT: Oaplex apartments
.-2 bedroom, living roam, alining
ream, maid's room. Very p ratty
and cool, modem, hot water.. Rj Rj-carda
carda Rj-carda Arias Street, Cajnpe Ale-,
i grp. near Hotel Panama, Phana
$-0294.,' :r..y
FOR RENTMad'are one-had-room
apartment, hat water, arove,
r e f r i g e rater, air-eoaditionad. i
Camaa Alapre. Phone after dj.
p.m.. 3-4242. j-tr fv."v
FOR RINT Furnnhad aaadera
, apartments, acteaaed, ietpaatad.,
one and ta bedrooms. Call i-
1065. '. ...
FOR RENT: Famished aparf aparf-mont:
mont: aparf-mont: 2 hadreaW, 2 baths, best
section lella Vista, fram Aa-
: fust 1st far 5 te iVi -meMht.
Phana 1-0510. ,;! ;
V. FOR RENT j Attractive apart apart-!;
!; apart-!; ment in front Hotel El Panama,.
Mercedes nllding," Living.
, dining room, bedroom, eta Quiet
i neighborhood. Rofaf Fata Hat-
' son. same vicinity. Phana 3 3-VII7tv
VII7tv 3-VII7tv 1-6012. ; 'i
, FOR RINTr Apartment, Hnfnr Hnfnr-i
i Hnfnr-i nishod, hi pleasant earreandings: : ;
Kvmg-dinmf eaam, 2 hadreema,;
2 bathreome. maid's ream, go-"
.; rage, laundry facilrriot, bat WS WS-,
, WS-, tor mstailatiaa $90. aalla YisN,
; mtuaa 12 44th Street. Phone $.;?
0115 ...
FOR RENT i Nicely furnished
one-hidroom apartment. Auta-i
mobile Raw. $75 monthhj CaH
Panama 1-4312' after 7 p.m.v
fu RENT. ComaHotery far-i
aished aparlmanr $50. ,Cieytea:
neighhart, regular transportatiea.;
Phone I-047I.C .-',';.' ;
FOR tRENTt Twe-room eprt-;
ment, Rie Abajo, $35. Phone 3n
4250.' V '?.'; ;':
FOR RENTt Screened furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment 1 bedroom, com completely
pletely completely furnished, hot water, near
traespeitatien, leaatad at "El:
Cangrefs," available at aaea.
Call 1-4644 or 3-0741 between;
I p.m. and 7 p.m.. "v ;
Panama! Line
- tl ...
The Panama liner Cristobal Is
" ruma luiet urinuoii is
scheduled to sail from cristobf 1
SSaturriav fn !, Vnpt ivltk H
w v awa -vsweoj awim VT'waa W
I Taa. ttUhn rPaxirfl aaTd4 dmfavVitV Mateansrara
for Port iu Prinr w-itl
i T w- V-'f'-;?
' tv ;
Thai -entS OPJAt aPf TAT DAW a. It
rrmcc are; Jonn a. riiTwi Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Noah; Angsl No
Venn.' sTi enMdt 1 rwa TndJmU Oiaa-i
4M ef .uaa XVVBPViia,:
kl.i.-.mJ SW J as H.1
I View, ftUia JVUe- KUU dJUS. DKUlljCJ
IM4.AH&
QbUliXe e
The eomnlete advance naasen-
ger list for NewTork follotvs:
Mrs. Monteith K. AUeyne; 1ST.
and Mrs. A. V. Broft: Mr. and
I Mrs. Aurie H. "Rvrd and two
children; Miss Mary Elisabeth
uare; Mr. ana mts. cnanes h.
Crosby and two. children; Mr
and Mrs oeoree rieLura yr
and Mrs. Richard J. Danielsen
ana oauenMr:- Mrs. came Dan
Ish and son; Miss Susan Davis
Mrs. Dulcldio Gonzalez: Mr
H: Graham: Mr. EfraH -nuiiri
Miss Helene Healy; Miss Rose-
marie T.a Rocmie- Mi. Tst.her
Levy; Mr. Gerardo Levy; Mrs.
Maria ixirences and son; Mrs.
Emma... fl UaTjiiiphan. Mrt
Ttosemarv MacKav- nr arili lirr.
Edmund V.' Matys and aon;- Mr.
uewi e. Myers; Mrs. Tperesa
S. OUara and Rev. and Mrs.
Paul H. W. Olander and son. v.
Mlsa Hilda feahenhannr nir
Martha Eunice Richard and two
children; Mrs. John A. Rogers
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.!
Charles, FV Schonert and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
H. .Sc.ranton: Mr. Wnlf RarVn
Miss Gertrude Serko; .Mr. and
Mrs. tynn strauora and three
children; Mr. James W. 8udda.l
bv: Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Ta-
blate; Mr.' Alfredo Tablate Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Trout; Mr. i
A. j. van rem; Mr. and Mrs.
Wnrden Tt. Waitea: Ml mtarM.;
ret Waldron; Miss Bertha Wien-J
oerg; miss aamer Weinberg;
mlis Julia Welnerr Mr. nnnatri
L. weyeneth; Mr. aid Tracy P.!
White and two children; Rev.;
Francis X Williams and; Mr.
and Mrs. Herman wohl.

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at Santa Clare Beach. Tefe
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moderate rates. Phana 6amhee
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PcrlsyTo
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it the Sixth annual M7'b
vi a. uu uulji.. a i a nciii'r ni uiin r l
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l2?-.fe5i5 Miaml ,U1
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Presiding rill ha fmilta
Pol Jr.; of fian Juan, Puerto B-
co. vr. Lois Maenaao or Hava Havana,
na, Havana, director pf the world Bank,
ii bp iv avv st r. naa. vse-vrwenTav eYTnaaAm-. j.
opening the first business ses
sion. ;?: -f- ..f.tify
Travel documentation him nf
the prime stumbling blocks for
years in, Increasing the flow of
vuuxuua ootweea me Americas
is the aublect of a talk hv John
C. O'Neal, clearance sunerlnten-
dent of Pan Ame,rlcan i World
Airways' LaUn American Divi
sion.
O'Neal, who renrssonten the
United. States: and Pan Ameri
can at the recent Tnter-Amerl.
c,an TrvI Congress in Ran Jo-
a, voaia xtica, win. snow, me i
Drocresa achieved xinc loin in
simplifying Lstin Aiinerican trty.l
1 documents. -. l
Pan America it ia eim a'
leader in the flfht tn cut travel
red tape as one of: the best!
means-or, stimulating air traf-l
fid- Its aim la 4n redncn nraxnnt
reauirementa so that nnlv nrnhf
of citizenship, a simple landing
eira ana a world health certifi certificate
cate certificate will he reftulrait tni travel
throughout Latin America.
Alsd taklns art In th thren.
day mee tlne 1 Miami'a Mavr.r
i Randall Christmas', who has
Inst' returned from a iK-Aav
swing; through South America;
Alfred Canel weneral manager
I of the Miami Chamber of Com
merce; woody xepner, city of
Miami,-- oirecxor" or puDUcity;
Clinton 74. WhitfleM nf imfca
!BMienanag wesu inaies. second
vice president, Chamber of Com-
I awvAl- a. 1 a. i ..
vice Dresiaem. cnemnm
mere of tho amnrira
; mil. e t.... m ai i
wwJUO V. lOKaXCO. Ul JlOnrilbOn
Vawwmla aTlMla.d. fan a? a
iTnfi.iatrv d"m- l
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-or or me Btntmas Develonment
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Dulles Warns Senate Committee
Against Cuts In Foreign Aid Bill

l'f 3-JWI Service Dance : .National Orchestra
t:n.j .h..j.w Concert Ten aht

The' monthly Orchestra Dance! With an expected lull house, the
a be hc!d at the USO-JWfi Arm-National Orchestra will give t h e
.t rM. r.ntw ct Sun. second concert of the series tor

ear. June 24. front P.m. to 11:1956, tonight at the National Thea-

p.m

Music will ne played by the po-

pular George ililler a Com do. ine
young ladies of the USO-JWB Club
have been invited to this popular
monthly affair. : J -Sponsors
for the dance are Mr.
and Mrt. William Homa and Mr.

and Mrs. Murray Klipper of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. C. r Mr. and. Mrs. Saul

Wynshaw of Cocoli, G. Z.; and Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Halman, of Pa Panama
nama Panama City, r, p. ; - -k
mrHiat invitation is extended

-lo servicemen and their families to'

attend. :: '',""' ':yl'X-
DiaMe Camera Clue ;
kVokends At Taboee
Jiembers and guests of the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Camera Club spent the Week Weekend
end Weekend fln Taboci Island on photo-

field tour. Two hikes to

Joints of interest on the island, and
a rowboat trip around the north
hnr m Included in the activi-

4i. nianniuf fnr the'nhotosraphers.

Mrs. Charles :Brandl and daughter
Frances, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
n.rt for and Mrs. E u g e

twi"- Mr and Mrs. Jasper Lee

Mvrs. Mrs. Regma Thomason,

tr. FUermiA Duff and daughter,

Antoinette, Mrs. Ann Cunningham,
-m.. M.ri. MeNeff. Mrs.- F a y e

Minton, Miss Beatrice Simons, and
the Messrs. John Vaucher, Robert
Callendar, and R. ,E. LBrowff

A field trip Dy airpianc wm
made to Cartagena, Colombia, on
June 30 and July 1. ':'

tre, beginning s:30 p.m.
One of Panama's outstanding
Dianist. Emita Rodrlcuei de Ja-

cobson, wiU play Leber's Concier-

to in F Minor, in tne secona num number
ber number of the program. i .;
Weber was a genius of the ro romantic
mantic romantic era, and his work will be
well interpreted by a sensible and
inspired pianist m Emita Rodri-

Sale of tickets are- very well ad ad-anAit
anAit ad-anAit and reservations can .be

marin hv calline Department of

Fin. Art. TeL 2-0258.

imnii narkinff facilities and spe

cial vigilance are provided by the
National Guard.

840 kcs., Panama Gty,
Telephone 2-3068 :
presents

WASHINGTON. June 20 fTJFY Dulles warhed that the Soviet

i Secretary of State John Foster Dul- "new look" foreign policy does not

les said yesterday and substantial decrease the need lor the am pro pro-cut
cut pro-cut in the. foreign. aid program gram. .-
would "weaken the entire structure "While there are encouraging
of tht Free World alliances." signs within the Soviet bloc," he
. . -. "j said, "we should stick to the pol-

in another appeal for tho tuu icies which have brought us this

J4,8w,ooo,ooo appropriation, he toio; far." 5 -V
the Senate Appropriations Commit : v, ,;".
Ue that any large reduction now e mad. a special plea for con-

tiwt. vMnesdav. Jane 0 would come "at a time when retinued aid to Marshall Tito's Yu

m wHuvencsa uuers uiijm,iiiusjcti gosiavia. Bom tne senate a n a

4 00 Feature Review of achlevmg solid results."( J House bill would ban further aid
a nwhat't Your Favorite tre- li.'i' J to Tito unless President Eisenhow-

n iesti taken by Dhone' Jm,ms "J oer-eP detetmined Yugoslavia ia ac
' ?,T. immed. The House recently passed tuaUv indetendent of Russia.

' ,00,000,000 authorization. The Dulles emphasized the "eisdom

2'2rt:.. "V . ..fiti aenaieroreign neiauons Mjraraii- 0f helping Yugoslavia so long as

0;3a wui.s iwi i

(com O)

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6:00-r-To be nnounc'a. on the measure next week. Some.

a 4,sw,uoo,uw auuiorizauon. ino Dulles emphasized the "eisdom
. i r 1 1 SMte foreign Relations Commit 0f helping Yugoslavia so long ai
V ltee yesterday approved a 4 bil-ijt geeks to maintain genuine in
"' Mob Br bill. The Senate will act dependence."

6:15 BLUE RIBBON BTUKIO
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) -6:30
Your Dancing party
6:45-M E t & C H RINQ MUS1 MUS1-CALE
CALE MUS1-CALE (Nescafe) '
7:00-Halls Of Ivy i-JZ.,
.lo VOA Report from; o..S- ,-
8:00 Music By Roth
8.30 Musical Theater

Minueto. Al- o-hnVon Asked For', tT-.tf-

Adagio, Alle j ,Tfs quests-tak??i by. jjhonf

-a j,uii l:M) v-i'-w -,-.fV4
iO:36-Cavalcade' Of Amerlc t
11 :00-jaj Till Midnight.'. y w.i-vi

12:00-5lgn Oil,

Th. fnllnwini? is theDroCratn

1 Symphony No. 1 in C, Ma

ter, L. Van Beetnoven; Aaaagiu
mnlto-Allesro con brio. Andante

.nthil con motto. Minueto. Al

legr molto vivace;

gro moito vivace. -,
' INTIRMSZZO

- .' tVni&rUteW in F MiOOP.

C w. Weber,: I? VhtW. Thursday. June'tl

. - ,

A.M' r

jAComr cm bhipti

By OSWALD JACOBY
rVrittea for NEA Service

1

fettuoso, Tempo di marcia, rres-

to. ''v i- 1
- .Soloist: Emita de Jacobs
i Brazilian Dance, .Camargo
Guarnlerl .
4 Homage to Garcia Lorca,

5 Capricho interiorano, RoqueJ

Cordero. ..-,, . -,
The concert Is sponsored by jw jw-teria
teria jw-teria National de Beneficencia.

mm

possibilities in blending one's style
with those of ; others. I like; to get
out and work wuh the guests on

my show. It keeps me fresh."

Inside Behind the headlines that
Marilyn Monroe will star in "The

Jean Harlow Story" for 20th Cen

tury-Fox. Miss Wiggle Hips is the
first star ever approved for the

film biography by Jean's mother,

Mrs. Jean Hello, bhe il collect
bundle for the movie rights.

'HOLLYWOOD (NEO Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively o.irs: I Uyo,d was a
little -late getting into tde Bridey:
Murphy act, but now Movietown
hypnotists, and press a gents j are
making up for lost time. One
hypnotist is even appearing at a
local night club, putting. customers
in trances, but sofar there' no
record that he's been able to put
the whammy on the saloon s ,own ,own-r
r ,own-r for a round of freed rinks, or

,ven uoeamB u. B,Won. Katleman, ewntr of the
,h"L rravion according toi H Kenelie Vegas Hotel, where
Kathryn: Grason, accoroing w Jm tPp,.riiM for the

lomeooay s p 0j mpteenth time, recalls the last
-been hypnotized into W comedian ap-
a vhF. vwv into "Biving up bosineu for us and when he left
talked Phylhs Kk mto giving up ynik Mmtmb,r Bi
weets and t,.k'.r.nk don, "I insisted he let me drive
; A hyPn list who W J him' f th, tr,,B 0( I
Sm.tr. into r,f'"?.' told him how much we all loved
!': heV r.wU Pr.y THIS lm. About rwe hour later, I re re-IE,I
IE,I re-IE,I Pf''y. 'ji H. celved a wire from Joe. en the

rashes Si" rf?.
mavie version of Jtne J"1. 5 1 w,;m.h"

L idcy "irphy. me oacuKruuuu
music of the Wm, according to
Paramount, wiU be a little louder
than normal. As it was explained
t0"VVe don't want to put the udi-
'"ctura'hKerf Isn't ; the happy

inn.ara la DO aoout im

double for her in

re-

Yi itir

l e King and I", after she

f -i nmst of tne songs. .
T ; i costarrbig of 'Rita
i-i tni Bob Mitchum in

i n Lclow.f on

you haven't

TWIN TROUBLE

6:00-lgn Cn Aiaim ua
,?CMib) (reauesta, taken

-o(Lvvnin0 fialon Concert

8:15 Churchvto, The:WMwo
8:3o4-Muslcal Reveille,
8:00 News
JSSacred Heart
9:30A8.I See It

10:00 New
10:0' Spin nd Needles re

quests laaen ny puoe
till 8:30) . '

it 'nnNewa : .

11:05 Spins ANdles

tconvoi
11:30 Meet Tha Entertainer

12:00 Newi ,

12:05Lunchtlme Melodjea
12:30-Sweet And HoJ; t

;i5-Jvtuslc Of ikanWtan "; J

l;30 sona uiTine.jfionewi
J:45-Spirit Of The VikUigt j
' 2:00 Tex Beneke Show
5:15 Freddy Martin Show
:30-Much-B 1 n 4.1 n. g-In-The.
' i r. Marsh m .- i i-

3:00 Hank Snow .And His

3 RalnbOw Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (r

quests taken by phone

' till 3:00)
A: MNews

5:35 what's Your Favorite

(cont'd)
8:00 To b announced

8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6 :30 Here'. To Veterans
8:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from D.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For it ; (re

quests taken by phone

" till 7:30) (
Id: 30 Music From Hotel El pan
ama

10:45 Temple Of Dreams

Democrats are expected to press) The State Department announc

for a reduction in military aid .a meanwhile, that Dulles will

funds. i make a majir foreign policy speech
"-- . .j Thursday, before a Kiwanis inter-
A Senate-House conference1 com-national mpptinu in San Francis-

mittee eventually-will have to fe c0.
solve the differences between the v
Senate and House versions. ( -.! Hollister tola the committee he
agrees with Dulles that the new
. Both the House nd Senate bills' Soviet policy of sweetness and
merely' authorize the monev. smiles should not have any effect
Dulles and Director John B.-HoV on the U.S. aid program.

1?tr nt th International Cnonpri! r

AflmlnlatratiAil whfrh nnrat

ilWHIIUliW rn" ' vvv.w. .

fes the program, appeoled for the Communist goals have changed.

"full amount in closed .door, testimo.; he said. 'We cannot sateiy mier-

nv oeiore ine approprisnuns Kcoupv im uiju.aw vwu vwu-The
The vwu-The committee later releaseasumiiomic penetration, as- an abandon abandon-maries
maries abandon-maries of their testimony., Vment of' military aggression.1 ; ;

WEST

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Both sides vul.
North "East South
2 Pass ; 3
..Pass'
7 Double 7 N.T.
Pasa Double Pass
Pass
; Opening lead J

West
Pass
Pasg
Pass
Pass

Auditions: This Friday t;

3 to S
' In the
Bella,
jVisU
Room

p. IB.

A sUtktbjr 8t ," ' :,

Lcc!(V Winner Of The Second

Prlza:0f t7cn Carta Vieja

1

. : ' k Ul:00 Concert Under The Stars
?MMn5,NSUJUE LrJiOO-Sign Off.

ami mu nciuji, iiTricu-uw
twins, aren't sure they like the
fact that twins usually figure in
coincidences. Dell was hit by a

car Aorll 19 at an intersection

I, is a surprise to itouy itouy-i
i itouy-i They expected the cast cast-i
i cast-i turn into a eosparring
British star Glynis

. Va, v in Hollywood for

ray They Gave Ba-
" t..ie'a the doll cur cur-;
; cur-; i her American hus-
' ; fh. riivnrce court.

' ?rd at a Movietownj

. s r t Wis way u,
a 1 ..ng, she'd be con-
r of the late James
ne a one-hour spec spec-,
, spec-, 'w t:..s falL Just before
(f his last movie,
" . Jeanne Crain had

l v Paul Brinkman to

) : I f.!e those sensation sensation-'is
'is sensation-'is to her divorce
r i jr;es adultery,
s i nonsupport al al-f
f al-f tossed fan magazine
-i a uinic. The Brink-

! all the film polls as

. : 'e." -.

h "Did yew hear
msgaxin for hype-

HOT MELONS

" HARTFORD, Conn. -v (UP)

near her home, adoui a momn;Ynuiin ween ourgiars iwit- iiw iiw-latr
latr iiw-latr Lamar was hit by a car at ed a railroad ear at the regional
the aims intersection. They suf-1 market. Each time they took 50

jocation in tered cut 4nd bnm. watermelons..

r

sv''

V.

to J
the
bu.l

to si;

s It calledr
T::S SCRIPT: Bob
a long-lasting career

t which some comic

v i$ amazingly simple. It's
a 1 al;hy respect for al!:
r talented people in show:
Any comedian who trie- ;
n an hour show himself

A-

w

'A
1

B-ucCiIcg

bCfiSOG

can f art looking for a burial plot.)

it lust ran t be done on a regular;

4

3 Wmmt i

L,..:.,-;At

f

r

I haven't heard from Hard Luck

Joe for quite a while, but we can't

"There is no evidence that the "ft relating one of his misad-

vcmuiea uu ruuay tae inuieeiuo.

Joe told the biddmi of today s

hand and asked what opening lead

was demanded by .the double. He

bad the East hanJ;

"Spade," we told him. unhesi

tatingly.

rnanK you," said Joe. with

feeling. "See how unlucky I was,
My partner didn't have a spade,

an h. .nnlHn't l.aH An. Ctill

everything would have been alt

right if my partner bad led a dia

mond or a club. The heart lead

gave declarer a finesse he couldn't

take for himself, and this was his

thirteenth trick."

"Very unlucky, we sympa

thized.

Joe wandered off looking for an

other sympathetic ear. Meanwhile

we did a little mental arithmetic.
South had scored 2490 for making

the doubled grand slam in no no-trnmp.,
trnmp., no-trnmp., Joe could have scored 100
points for beating seven spades one
trick-if he had simply passed in

stead of doubling. The double cost
his partnership 3590 points apiece.

A player who makes doubles of
this kind doesn't have to wait ior

Friday the Thirteenth to find an

i
, .-. NsSMMieaaN

Angel G. Grimes, "Manager of Destileria Central, S. A."
handle to Mr. Luken Forbes, States Bonus for $400.00 which
was the Second Trice of The "Ron Carta VleJa' Raffle
according to the Lottery Drawing- of June 17. Mr. Forbes,
the Incky winner, got his ticket at the Liberal Bar in Cm Cm-lidonia,
lidonia, Cm-lidonia, s (Commercial Notice)

A HILARIOUS

NEW LOOK

at LIFEh

71 p&2SE3

i. IT l w mr. auwmw IT

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i-DLial

WE CONGRATULATE

1

Toe SINDiCATO of

BARTENDERS and WAITERS

' tod wish them etery
'. ) ; : 1
bckoss with their free
.',... ,-.
cotrrM'bi iostructions new
beiiis conducted for Par
teadert and Waiters.
. We recommend thin
course to anyone interested.

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Judy HoIIIday, in "BORN YESTERDAY"

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The Body Hubby
To Settle Marital
Fight Out Of Court

SATfTrA MONICA; Calif.. Junef JO
(UP) Shoe magnate Harry Karl
yesterday dropped his divorce suit
against ex-actress Marie (The Bo Body)
dy) Body) MacDonald. ,
Friends said they were settling
their long marital fight out ; of
court.
Karl and the former cheesecake
queen of .the movies, will sign a
property settlement guaranteeing
her $24,000 'a year, friends said.
Miss McDonald, expecting a child
in September, now has agreed te

file her own suit for divorce
which Karl will not contest.
They, first were married nine

years ago. They had numerous sep separations,
arations, separations, were divorced in 1954 and

remarried lr. June, 1955.
. They separated again March 2.
Police were called May 9 w h e n

Miss McDonald tried to move
back into. Kail's house and claim claimed
ed claimed he punched her in the stomach.
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TT2 PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DART NFSVSPAFnt
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Dickson iWoMdtf
St. Louis Fans Still Angry
Righthander Hurled Cards ;
to Last Pennant In 1946;
ilanks Dodgers On 3 Hits

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L m NEW YORK, June 20 (UP) Murry Dickson
heBed pitch the St.' Louis Cardinals to their last Na National
tional National League pennant ten years ago and today, at
40,3ie wouldn't mind history repeating itself at all.

B&k In 1946, Dickson used his
iastHMll to win; last night he
relicfl mainly on his knuckler to
post three-hit 6-0 victory over
lb Codgers and boost the Cards
to within a mere three percen percentage;
tage; percentage; point of the National
League lead.
Dickson's shutout was the first
against Brooklyn- this season
and it was also the first against
fch rkviffm it Ebbets Field
alnce he, himself, blanked them
as a member of tne Flumes on
Aug. 23, 1954." J-.
Stan Musial and Bobby Mor Morgan
gan Morgan each clipped Sandy Kouf ax
for two-run homers In the first
tnntair and Dickson had clear
tailing from then on as he faced
only 32. batters and did not per permit
mit permit a base runner to reach sec second
ond second until two were out In the
ninth. ?
TMckmn struck out seven and
walked only three. The only
Dodger batter who gave him any
trouble was ree wee eesc, cui cui-lector
lector cui-lector of all three Brooklyn hits
' The Invn won (hair fourth
Sim in a raw near nuw mjntftr
Frt4 Hanty climbed H within
Mlf-flO" with
J-l triamph avat the Hntn, wha
4ntp4 ta fawrth alace.
Lefty Lou Sleater, summoned
to Lew Burdette's relief with two
out and runners on second and
third in the ninth, struck out
Bill Virdon to save Burdette's
sixth victory. Hank Aaron and
Bill Bruton each drove In two
runs as Bob Friend absorbed nls
fourth defeat against 11 victo
ries.
Del Ennls' 11th homer with
one on highlighted a four-run
rally In the eighth Inning that
cave the Phillies a 4-2 decision
over leatrue-leadlne Cincinnati,
Johnny Klippstein had a three three-hit
hit three-hit .shutout until the eighth
when, a walk, a single by Marv
Blaytock and Stan Lopata's tri triple
ple triple "tied the score. Ennls then
followed with his homer, which
wa4he 244th of his career with
tha Phillies and broke the previ previous
ous previous xlub record of 243 held by
Chit- Klein. Jack Meyer pitch pitched
ed pitched t.e last two Innings, struck
out-lour batters and was re re-waMfd
waMfd re-waMfd with his fourth-victory.
Southpaw Johnny Antonelu of
theGiants shut out' the Cubs
2-On five hits while striking
eutaSeven batters and walking
none.. The Giants got to Bob
RukbJTor a run in the second in in-nlnMn
nlnMn in-nlnMn Willie Mays' triple and
BllfSarniV sacrifice fly, then
added, another run in the sev seventh
enth seventh on a walk, a sacrifice and
a single by Daryl Spencer.
In the American League, the
pace-setting Yankees reeled off
their sixth straight victory when
they beat their No. 1 nemesis.
Frank Lary of the Tigers, 5-3. i
Lary, a three-time winner over
the Yanks this season, had a 3-0
lean going into the seventh when
New York tied the score on Yo-!
Ki Berra's double, singles by Irvi
Noren; and pinch hitter Elston
Howard, a walk, an error and an
infield out. Another double by
Berra, plus a walk and two sin singles
gles singles added a Yankee run in the
eighth and winning pitcher
Tommy Byrne homered In the
ninth.! ..
Itft-handw Billy Pitrca of tha
Whita So hacama tha firtt Amer American
ican American League. chr ta. win 10
famee whan ha defeated the Ori Ori-elea,
elea, Ori-elea, 5-1, with the aid ef hemeia
y Minnie MMaie and Larry Daby.
1erce scattered eight hits and
arrack ewt aifht at ha heat the
MMd-tce White Sex within
5ft fames ef tha Ysnkstt.
Home runs by Vic Wert and
U Smlthn helped the Indians

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snap a six-game losing streak
with a 9-7 triumph over the Bed
Sox. Wertz' 16th homer with two
on climaxed a six-run uprising
in the second inning but it was
Smith's two-run homer in the
fourth that turned out to be the
decisive blow. Bob Lemon notch notched
ed notched his eighth victory although
knocked out in the ninth when
the Red Sox rallied for three

runs. Tea wpcio nomerea. ior
Boston.
-Roy Slevers drove In five runs
with his 16th and 17th homers
to lead Washington to a 10-5
victory over Kansas City. Bunky
Stewart went the route for the
Senators to gain, his third vic victory
tory victory although he gave up hom homers
ers homers to Hector Lopez, Harry
Simpson and Joe DeMaestrL Jo Jose
se Jose Santiago was the loser. w
YESTERDAY'SSTAR Mur Murry
ry Murry Dickson of the Cardinal!
for his threehit 6-0 victory
over the Dodgers.
Burned By Byrne
New York
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Slebern II
Mantle cf
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Skowron lb
Noren rf .
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Carey 3b
Coleman 2b
a-Howard
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Grim p ..
Byrne p
Sturdlvant
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Totals
36 5 11 27 12
Detroit
Bolline: 2b ....... 4
Belardi lb 3
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Kallnerf ......... 5
Maxwell If 3
Boone 3b ........ 2
House c t...,i,.., 3
c-Kennedy 1
Porter c ......... 0
Tuttle cf 3
Brideweser as .... 4
Lary p 3
Aber p i.'... ...... 0
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Totals
34 3 10 27 13
a Singled for Coleman in 7th.
b Ran for Howard In 7th.
c Grounded out for House in
8th.
' d Force out for Noren In 9th.
e Grounded out for Aber in
9th.
f Ran for Belardi In 9th.
New York
Detroit
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020 001, 0003
SUMMARY Errors: .Tuttle
2. RBI: Noren, Howard, Byrne
2, Carey, Brideweser 2, Tuttle.
Doubles:. McDougald, Berra 2
Maxwell HR: Byrne. Sacrifice:
Slebern. Double plays: Coleman
to McDougald to Skowron; Mo
Dougald to Coleman to Skow.
ron. Left on base: New York 10;
Detroit 9. Bases On balls: Grim
2, Byrne 2, Lary 3, Aber 2. S.O.:
Grim 1, Byrne 4, Sturdlvant 1,
Lary 4. Hits off Grim: 5 in 2 2-3:
Byrne 5 in 6, Sturdlvant 0 in
1-3; Lary 11 in 8 (faced two
batters in 9th Inning) ; Aber 0 In
1. Runs and earned runs: Grim
2 and 2: Byrne 1 and l; Lary 5
and 4. Hit by pitch: Grim hit
Boiling. WP: Byrne (3-1). LP
Lary (4-7).
COLON

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V..' Casey Stengel
HOT TIME Casey Stengel
sponges himself off. -contending
it's-tdugh enough invading the
west with, the Mew York Yankees
without running into a heat wave.
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Miami Min$p
Dowhteireal H
To Take 3rd In It 3
'OTiwr YORK.5 June 20 (UP)
Don't look now but the Miami
Marlins ami .moving right up
. n r o u g h 'tne iniernauonaj
League standings.
Last and- hopelessly flounder floundering
ing floundering 1ps than a. month aeo. to
day the Marlins are pegged only
sl cnmol harlr of th leadinff
Montreal Royals. Last night, it
was oene snyaer s turn star
in the "hero a day" surge. The
25-year-old lefthander weather weather-Ad
Ad weather-Ad several touch Innlnes.- but
hung on for a 4-3 victory.
The win' was the second
straight for the Marlins, but
better still, their sixth in the
last seven eames. and it boosted
them into third place ahead of
the Toronto Maple Leais.
Ed Bouchee's bases empty
homer in the seventh inning
proved the margin of victory. It
was his fifth of the season.
The Rochester Red Wings and
Richmond Virginians split a
pair of games, the Wings win winning
ning winning the opener. 6-2,: after rout routing
ing routing manager Ed Lopat in three
innings, and the Virginians won
the nigmcap, a-..: vui
A four-run ninth-lnnlntr rally
highlighted by homers by Floyd
Bevan and Owen Friend enabled
the Havana Sugar Kings to edge
the Toronto Maple Leafs, 5-3
and the uuiiaio Bisons downed
the Columbus Jets, 4-2, In other
games. 1 ;
Panama Senior
Basketball Loop
In Three-Vay Tie
By HERBERT MOISI
By yirtue of a Chesterfield vic
tory over the hapless Royal Crown
outfit 88-59 and a thrilling two two-point
point two-point win (66-64) of Gallito over
the hustling Cerveza Balboa, the
Panama Senior Basketball Loop is
now deadlocked with three teams
tied for first place. "
Rodolfo Tom's Smokers hardly
wdrked up a sweat as they started
fast and furious with a blistering
pace that had the RC Sodamen al
most gasless. Once again Chester
field clayed chamDlonshiD basket
ball as they displayed skillful ball-
handling, sharpshooting and decep
tive footwork around and under the
basket. :v ', r : !-
The victory could not be attri
buted to any one player, mis au
out victory effort-was an all.team
contribution for the first time this
season.
Tha .CltevterOeM players stayed
on to watch the second came as
Gaflitos and Balboa squared off
to a contest that could have widen
ed the Beermen's league leader leadership
ship leadership or drbp'them into a three-way
first place tie. The Smokers and
all those present watched from the
edge of their seats as uauuo ana
Balboa Beer battled to a thrilling
finish. ;
Gallito started fast but slowed
down before the onrushing beer beer-men.
men. beer-men. In the second half things hap
pened fast and often and when the
smoke cleared, Gallito had wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up a thriller 68-64 and the PS-
BBL was in a tnree way ue..,
Ray Stanley Leads l
Inln Annual National
Marbles ToQrnamenf
ASBURY PARK, N., June 0
i UP) Ray Stanley of Roanoke.
V.-stepped out in front .today
to pace competition in the 32nd
annual national marbles tour
nament here.
Stanley had a 22-3 record for
two day's play. His .880 percen
tage was tops In the boy's divi division.
sion. division. 'Fred Brown of Beckly, W.
Va., stood second with a 20-6
mark, while .Robert r Ivery. of
Long Branch. N.J., was 1 third
with a 19-8 output.
Lynette Watkins of, Philadel

Tebbetts Thinks First

Club With 'Hot Streak'
Will GbpTNl Pennant

y JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UP) Cincinnati
manager Birdie Tebbetts says
that the first team to nut toge
ther "a hot streak" probably will
win the National League pen
nant- ;-
"ActuaUy" Tebbetts pointed
out, "no dub is exactly setting
the league on fire at the mo moment
ment moment The Pirates were going
real good for a time but lately'
they ran into some trouoie.
Tan, might say the ne""ant la
u fer frees and any ana wha fttt
' hot can win it. Wa have aa teed
crack at it at aiqref 'am. I han han-ectly
ectly han-ectly think that the firtt club which
can win 12 er IS eamea in raw
cauld fle all tha way t the wire.
Ud to now; none of. the Na
tional League clubs has been
able to put together a solid win
ning string.. Brooxiyn and Cin
cinnati show the best winning
clusters so far each with six in
a row. ;;,.-v. -.Ur s"'"::
But Milwaukee out an end to
the Dodgers' winning streak last
Sunday while the Redlegs had
their six-game string snapped
by Brooklyn on May 2.
The best wmnma streak the
Braves were able te muster ta far
this aaatan ender deposed manager
Charlie Grimm was five straight;
Pittiburfh, tha early season sensa sensation,
tion, sensation, and Chicsto, have each been
able to win only fear In a tow,
while tha best that either St. Loubv
Philadelphia er New York could do
was three straight.
"Baseball is a came of momem
turn," Tebbetts said. "You get
Into the winning swing and
everything you do turns out all
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Art Ar agon... at least in Calif or
nia. ;
The first act by the newly newly-formed
formed newly-formed California Boxing Com
mission was to turn thumbs
down on the proposal The rea reason
son reason the difference in weight.
The Commission pointed out that
Robinson weighed 159 and one-
half for his title bout witn bo
bo Olson while Aragon has trou
ble eettlne as high as 148
pounds. ...
- in the heawwelBht division
Johnny Summerlln With 12
straight wins is a slight (5-7)
favorite over Bob Satterfield to tonight
night tonight at Chicago. Suuinierlin Is
ranked fifth, v., Satterfield,
elsrhth. :
The top ranked heavyweight heavyweight-Archie
Archie heavyweight-Archie Moore says he has
been offered $50,000 to fight
James i. Parker In Toronto next
month. Manager Jack Kearns
says the match is "almost cer-
tain, k ?
t "
' IVta TT B t.1iTiM awvYf
a vrv n bite j c,-oiiiv. gvi
pros Ben Hogan and Sam
I Cm A Von. 1ekt W 1nisa fni
Hogan ana sneaa win repre-
phia led the girl's division with
a 21-4 mark and an .840 percen percentage.
tage. percentage. The nlav Is divided Into seven
leagues in which 44 of the na-
tion s best marbles shooters are
competine in a five-day contest
to choose a national champion.
The -matches will wind up Friday.-
.
Established 189
II

SCOTCH WHISKY

(HACOONALO MUIR UMITIO, Ototillars, Laltk, traU4

right. The Dodgers had that mo momentum
mentum momentum early last season when
they won 10 in a row right at

the start of the season.
"They got off so fast and so
well that no one ever was able
to catch 'em again. So far this
year, though, no club has shown
a tendency to go out and run
away from all of tne othersi
'.if the race keeps en going the
way it hat bean, it. might not be
decided Until the last few days ef
the season."
The conspicuous lack of
lengthy winning streaks by any
club in the National League has
Knada for a tight race and con
sideraoie interest among the
fans but It hasn't added to the
various managers' peace of mind.
'A manager tries every way
he Knows how to come up with a
winning combination,'' Tebbetts
said. "'When he finally gets that
combination he likes to keep it
and hopes that none of his men
get hurt
."lutantil yea arrive at that com com-'
' com-' binition, yea try a different fallow
at this nositiea and a different-ene
at that one.
"Then, sometimes' overnight,
your ball club starts to fsH and
'tu begin winnina ball earnes."
As for his own Cincinnati
club, ; Tebbetts feels the same
way now that he did during
spring training.
"I said then that we had a
chance to go all the way if our
pitching came arouno," he de
clared. "It still eoes and I still
think that the first club to get
off on a real good winning streak
nrfll nln It all
TV V Ul W
Shorts
sent the United states in the
Canada Cup matches starting
aunoay, piaying against two
man teams from 28 other na
tions. The American team of Ed
Furgol and Chick Harbert won
the uue last year.
Hotran and Snead nrobahlv
will pass up the British Open
wnicn xoiiows tne Canada Cup
maicnes. Neitner one of us,"
said Hogan, "Is playinar our best
game now." Snead said he will
pass up the British Open unless
he -plays well" in the Canada
Cup matches. : ; ,, ,;. .
. TENNIS
American mn -nilll nsf smi-nnA
billinir in thk WlmhlArinn
Championships starting Monday
' The seeding committee has
rSnketf the Australian vhi t-lrio
Lew Hoad and Ken Rosewall
one-two. only three American
men ar seeded.. .Hutfoa Pottv
fourth, Ham Richardson sixth
ano vie seixas eighth. American
women did much better, with
defending chamnion Tjini
Brough seeded first... Beverly
Baser Fieitz second. . Althea
Gibson fourth. : .J?hirlpv Fro
fifth. .and Dorothv Head Tfnodc
sevenui.
American tennln nfflrlnls hnv
votea Rill Tl Men t.ha orontusf
player ever produced in the U.S.
country. Tilden received 324 of a
possible 350 points in a poll of 35
Officials Of thft TTnit.fr! Stltp
Lawn Tennis Association. Round-
lna out th ton in in th vntinar
were Don Budge jack Kramer J
Bin jonnston. f.ils worth v np
IV.--.-1 1 , I
iruiuiiu uunziues, jtteu MCLaugn-
n. wuiiam Larnea, Norris wu
Hams and Bobby Riggs.

Oueei:

NEW YORK, June 2(P-(UP-

St Louis Cardinal fans still are
angry about Frank Lane's latest
trade.
General v manager Lane sent
an all-time St Louis hero Red
Schoendienst to the New York
Giants, alone with Bill Sarnl
Jackie Brandt and Dick Little-
Held. In return, the Cards sot
Aivin Dane, wnitey LocKman
Don Liddle and Ray Katt
The deal was supposed to pro produce
duce produce capable first baseman in
the person of Lockman. But
Whitey has been playing the
outfield while Stan Musial covers
first And Musial has a deep-
aciuca gruage against being a
Th. I j
aiic iniix ill Mr nru innrnaran
by the fact that Schoendienst
hit his first hnmr nf th. ...cnn
in his first game as a Giant,
w"ie urn. ana LiOCKman came
UD With thrPB rrnr n thoi
lirsi, appeaarnce as Redblrds.
A xnnrta wrltnr In fv. cf r
I ... H1C uw.
Post-Disnatch unlrl "rjn. init
- muu Alio I1B-
sumptuous, perhaps, to try to
val K1 -.UJ Ii a .: .
" imuu. Ana k writer in
tha St. Tlllt Rlnka.TMmni.t
- T M.MV-uviUVl
iwiu noooay in tne deal is go-
lnc to assume t.h nlnxa In fVia
c. ..WWW
hearts of the fans that Red
ovuuenaienst neid. .and that's
I trVM- !..,-. aj
Vine Tails at Mllnranlrpa .an
wondering about a switch on
vneu: team tne replacement of
manacrer Charli r.Hmm witn
Fred Haney. The sports editor
uie muwausee journal Russ
Lynch said owner Lou perini
eave the fan hinv mum v.t
blaming them for Grimm's -re
Jts"vu, liyncn saia-rTerltl
could ha vn done it mith
grace and admitted that it wrs
his own decisionr instead cf
holdlnsr Milwauk n to fha no
tion as a city of poor sports
wuuoc outrageous dooj and cat catcalls
calls catcalls forced flrimm fn raslnM
- iv .u.a
And the sports editor of the Mil-
wuuKce oenunei uoyd Larson
Said. "I hftta tn if hum..
unmms 'resignaUon" means
me oia win-or-else spirit has
uiuuipnea in sports s agin."
Leaders
In The Majors'
;,; ;.'!.'" V1;':.!!
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 125 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and rink ai h .t
i m vi.t
Ulne. Pitts. Ha 1QO IQ tn icn
BaUey, CincL 44 133 20 46 .346
DJyer. hu h. 57 225 44 76 338
Clemente, pittj 47 151 23 50 531
muuu, a. 85 194 37 64 .330
A Mr TO 4 M f vi fTTW
Mantle, N. Y. 59 225 60 85 .378
Maxweii, Det. 47 150 37 54 .360
Vernon. Boa. .45 mo it k
Kuenn, Det. 49 192 30 68 .35'
Berra, y. u 60 19. 35 65 339
HOME RUNS ".
Mantle, Yanks 25
Slevers, Senators 17
Berra, Yanks 17
Long, Pirates 17
Wertz, Indians :..,.;., 16
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 62
Boyer Cards 50
Musial, Cards ........... 49
Wertz, Indians 49
Slevers, Senators ....... 49
RUNS
Mantle, Yanks 60
McDougald. Yanks ...... 44
Boyer, Cards 44
Lopez, Athletics ......... 43
Yost, Senators 43
' HITS -Mantle,
Yanks .......... 85
Boyer, Cards : 76
Lemon, Senators ; 74
Simpson, Athletics 70
Long, pirates 70
Ashburn, Phils ,. 70
"""" "V PITCHING""
(Based on 6 Decisions)
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 8 0 1.00C!
Brewer, Red box 9 1 .900
Pierce. White sox ,,. in 2 .833
Freeman, Redlegs ... 5 1 .833
Labine, Dodgers .... 5 I .833
Along The Fairways
v GOLF NEWS FROM THE
. AMADOR, LADIES
Last Thursday wax a beauti
ful day for golf and the girls
enjoyed a 'Medal Play Tourna
ment with 34 handicap.
winners were:
Sylva Carpenter, low. gross.
Alyce French, low net.
Liz Hadley, second low net
Jeanne Morris, third low net
Mar go Sewell, low putts.
It was a nleasure tn hava our
friends from other clubs eniov
Ladies Day with us and we hope
that they will join us again soon.
Tomorrow a Tee ; to Green
Tournament win be played. Hap Happy
py Happy golfing to you all See you to-i

morrow.

TX
Teams W L Pet GB
Cincinnati ,31 24 564
St Louis .32 25 561
Milwaukee . .28 22 560
Pittsburgh .30 24 .556 Vi
crooKiyn ,Z9 24 547
Chicago . .22 30 .423 7
New York , .22 32 .407 8V,
tiv.ii i.i .... .
i-iuiaueipuia .21 34 .382 10
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Brooklyn
Chicago at New York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
.:'".'"';''''; '-' :' :iK
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Nieht Game)
Cincinnati nnn nnn onnlo i a
Philadelphia 000 000 04x 4 6 8
&uppstein JMuxhau and
Bureess. v
s.. Miller, Meyer (4-2) and Lo-
(Nlcht Game) 1
St Louis ; 400 000 2006 9 0
Brooklyn 11 000 000 000-0 1 1
. Dickson (4-8) and Smith.
. KOUfax 11-1 1. Rpssen'-- Diu.
buck, Drysdale and Cam'panella.
flfisrhtnnmaj ."';
Chicacn . nnn nnn nnn n ; 4
a -r WWV VUU UVIi f U 4
New York 010 000 lOx a it 1
Rush (6-3), Lown and Chid
AntonelU (6-5) and Sarnl.
(wipht nimii
O--- -Ul. J
lUfilwnnlraa rim Ain mn m
Pittsburgh. 200 000 001-3 10
L Burdette (6-3). t sleater ani
urHnuaii. 1 J
fTiena ui-4), Hunger and
snepard, Kravita. 1

Gun, Club Notes

The Canal Tnna Pnllna
v.. vv. p 1 a 1 u 1
team took dead aim on the Balboa
Gun Club last Saturday morning
and soundly defeated them by a
score 01 1823 to 1732. r, ,
Of emirs iha Pnli k
,- w vuv uU IV,
bring in "'Honorary Policeman'
Port Capt Tony 1 Roessler with
high score of 195 for the match to
set the pace. Then to add insult to
injury Capt Roessler brought his
wile along to tell him where to
shoot. She even threatens! tn molr
him ea without limi-h if ha Hiring
(follow her instructions. Rumors are
uiai uie bun uud will process
Capt. Roessler's application fo r
weiuuRrsnin verv xnnn.
Bob Blades was tied with Knob-
ny Keller for second high with a
193 each. Pete Proback and Sid
Hayes had a 191 and Railroader
Mcllvaine had a 190.
Scores foDows:
GUN CLUB
N. F. Keller -
C. Mcllvaine
Fred Wells
S. B. Duke
P. Anderson r
, W. Bass
P. Medling
, Earl Taylor r
Bob Newcomer
V. Morgan
P. Dexter
Pfc. Mathews
' POLICE
Tony Roessler
Bob Blades
193
190
184
184
182
179
164
154
. 153
149
144
V 127
195
193

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Teams W L r
New York .39 20 .f
C3
Chicago , .30 22 5
5'i
11
Boswn . ,29 27 .5
Cleveland 'jM .29 27 .5
Baltimore .28 31 .4
Detroit .27 30 ,4
Kansas City 23 35 -5
Washington ,25 38 J
37 154
S7 15
. TODAY'S GAMZ3
Baltimore at Chicago
Washington at K. City (N)l
New York at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland 48)
YESTERDAYS RESTTT
(Night Game)
Baltimore. t 00l 000 0001 8
Chicago 002 02100X 5 7
Moore (5-5, Ferraress
Smith.

and'

Pierce (10-2) and LoIIar. j'
New York' nnnnnnn 11

Detroit 020 001000-3 10 J -Grim,
Byrne (3-1), Sturd.vant
and Berra. i
! Lary (4-7). Aber and House,
Porter. .

(Kierht nama) :

Boston 200 0CO 113-7 t
Cleveland 160 200 00x-9 9 1
mPflck (2-1), Kiely, euer and -White.
. 0. f

Lemon (8-4), Mossfand Nara Nara-gon.
gon. Nara-gon. . I
(Nleht namat f

Wa&- 432100 00010 15
K. City O22 00O001 5 10
Santlnarn in t r.ii
rington, Gorman and Thomp
son. ,, ,w
1
191
191
"187
181
181
181
158
' 157
Sid Hayes -n :
Pete Proback
Bob Toland
Lt. D. Howerth
Hi. Overall
. Bob Mills
Mart LeVeea
Jesse Gettle
Clarence Priest
Stanley Wafts
123
The hieh in
o iii vai-u
team was used to determine the
winner. Many shot in this match
who have not fired, for many
months but all had a good time.
ine caiDoa tfun Club announced
that it Would hold an KTP i
ed pistol match 0 a.m. July 4 at
ranan wange. This would be slow,
time, and rapid fire matches with
22 Cal.. Nat. Match rv.nr with
Centerfire. The entrance fee $3.25.
Arrives
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. TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PACE ELZTTt"
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THE DIG ONE

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Diamond Diggings
By Victor Gray

: V't 1;' ::C I AMERICAN LEAGUE
-rI' ti. .rii-miit last week cams up with everything

t vuiv i. j t-v. irtmt

from the sublime to the Mdicuious. t nw

were Detroit's 2-to-0 shutout over aaiumure u tu"v"
when Paul Foytack and Steve Oromeck spaced out seven Wto,
and Friday's l-to-0 thriller won by tfce yverir?k Jd
letic, In which five hurlers saw action M to tSe
Ferrkrese for the winners, and Kretlow and Harrington lor the

Uosers Chicago's i7tor0 shutout over Washington, wun:
ir?oWrr:-i 1& ,-mrniii .th. four-hit ob. took

-place on Saturday.- .'y f -vVl:' ':- J'
Among the strange thtag were .the 88 Wte toatremttj
A fmm the fcUDDOsed superior Cleveland pitching, 61 oi tnese
by the Red a five?Bame 5erles. TheCarmine Hose also
outdid themselves by battering enemy "cWnrior totarof
Icctiveness as the opposition garnered 102 hits,, good for 6
rUIThe New York Yankees copped the weekly honors, winning
five out of six. . r

This week's play:

New York.
Boston -.
Baltimore. -1,
Chicago.
Detroit. s.
Kansas City.
Washington.
Cleveland.
TOTALS.

G.
. 6
, 7
, 6
,
. 8
, 7

, I.
W.
5
5;
3
3
a.
l

Opponents

L.
t
2
2
i
3
4
6

Pet.
.833
.714
-.667
.571'.
.500'
.429
.250
.143,

R.
32
54
20
48
-26
35
28
36

H.
56
'103
53
. 69
56
73
69
53

E.
5
. 8
9
Iff
3
"8
10
7.

R.
17
41
18
28
27
28
69
51

1 31
64
54
64
70'
59
102
88

E.
9
6
3
6
7
9
8
10

.27 27

279 532 60 279 532 60

Season's totals

New York.
Chicago. .'
Boston.
Cleveland.
Detroit. .
Baltimore.
Kansas City.
Washington.

TOTALS.

I, . Opponents

G. W. L. Pet. R. H. E. R. H. E.
.57 37 20 .649 333 524 62 245 463 f 69
.50 28 22 .560 243 473 ; 36 212 451 1 60
.55 29 26 .527 281 562 62 283 488 45
55 28 27 .509 265 444 : v 50 207 460 49
.55 27 28 .491 282 519 51 259 508 I 42
.57 28 29 .491 s 207 448 60 262 490 t 64
56 22 34 .393 258 482 58 296 5U9 f 54
.61 24 37 .393 275 535 67 383 593 54

446

.223 223

2151 3087 446 2151 3087

(Includes games of Sunday, June 17)
NATIONAL LEAGUE k

TTifciirv,t;ni thm rvpnt of the National Leaeue was the

change of mrnagers made by the Milwaukee Braves. Charlie
Grimm, after several years of trying, finally ave up, resigning
in favor of coach Fred Haney. ,The Braves, showed their appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for the change by downing the Dodgers twice In, Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's twinbill at Brooklyn. The dogfight continues in the cir circuit
cuit circuit with any one .of the, five top clubs liable to cop the, lau laurels
rels laurels -i-. '' -S""' ''
Brooklyn Dodgers, and. Chicago Cubs walked off with -the
honms laot week with four triumphs in six games, Worthy of
n--; i is jcx Adcock's three home runs in Sundays twin bill.
Joe was the big show in the double win for the Warriors as his
two hf iPfs in the first game drove In four runs In the 5-to-4
win i 1 is solo in the second put Milwaukee ahead in the sec second
ond second r : u st v.-hich they won 3 to L

" e v-fks activities:

By BEANS REARDON
24 Yiars in NatiensI League
, Written for NEA Service

QUESTION: Chlcaso's Wriaicv

Field has ivy on its outfield wall.

is there any special ground rule
covering balls which become stuck

in it? Charles Roche. y

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK, (NEA) Althea
Gibson, the feminine counterpart oi
baseball's Jackie Robinson, has the
game with which to -write more
tennis history.

Miss Gibson, the first member of

ner race to compete in our Nation
al Championships and at Wimble

don, is for the first time tourna

ment-hardened for the two ma

or tests. The spindly youne wom

an from Harlem sails into the All All-England
England All-England Championships, June 25-

July 7, after having been on the
trail for several months and the

winner of 15 tournaments, the last

eight in a row. v ; ;

A State Department good will
tour of Asia and Europe finally

gave Miss dibson. now 28, the op

portunity she so richly deserved.

miss uioson, wno nrst attract attracted
ed attracted attention as a youngster play

ing paddle tennis, first invaded
Wimbledon and Forest Hills in
1951, after winning more Ameri

can Tennis Association girls' and

women's titles than she could

count. ; ':

No one who saw it will forget the
contest between Louise Brough and
Miss Gibson in the latter's first ap

pearance in the National Champion

ships on erass courts in 1351.

It was in the second round, and

Miss Gibson was within one game

of victory over the former cham
pion when a torrential storm par'

alyzed play for the afternoon.

Miss Brough, a tough campaign

er, came back the next day to

prevail, 6-1, 3-6, 9-7. T

It has takei the best players to
stop Miss Gibson in the National
Championships. Doris Hart put her

out in the third round in 1952, Mau

reen Connolly in the quarter-fin
als in '53. Mrs. Helen Perez,' seed

ed No. 7, beat her in the first round

in '54, ana Mrs. Beverly Bauer

Fleitz in the third round last fall.
Until this season, school teach

ing has not permitted Miss .Gib

son- sufficient time to prepare pro

perly for the more important num-

oers. .
Shirley Frv and Miss Broueh.

this cQuntry's'lop two, were just
off the boat when Miss Gibson re

pulsed them more recently in Eng
land. Mrs. Fleitz and Mrs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Head Knode are other Ameri Americans
cans Americans in the thick of things at Wimbledon,

Elks League
Basketball

First Game

Wolverines

ft ft pf t

Morris, K. .......... 6 0 4 12
French, C. ........... 0 0 1 C
Mead. R. i 3-1 3 7

Delgado, P. .......... 4 8 5 16
Hamilton, B. ........ 4 4 1 12
Lagassie, A. ......... 1 0 1 2

Totals

IS 13 15 49

Hawkeyes c

Fearon, B. .......... 2

Reyes, L. ........... 2

Barbier, O. ......... 5
Thompson, L. ....... 1

Chan!", R i

Totals

12 6 16 30

Second Game

Wildcats
Barbara, R. ....
Kirklahd. O. ....
Toussleh, S. ...
Schock, M.
Cunningham,- E.
Hele, B.

ft ft pf t

7 2 5 16

.... 3
.... 1
.... 0
.... 1
.... 1

Totals

IS" 3'10 29

Badgers'

Sutherland,,' O". ....!. 5 1
Nahmand, A. ........ 2 0 3
Morris, J. ...........4 1 .0
Dolan, W. ...... i.' 0 0 0
Watson, J. 2:0 0
Cunningham. 0 -0 0
Womble. T. 1 P. 0
Des Londes, D 0 2 .0

More Strikeouts Than Hits
Feller Incorporated Himself;

i "z in""n I- ri i i
,a
mf!l'$ H-x, : -tr.
!1 v Hi-::; yv

STRIKEOUT STORY Bob feller came eut of Iowa as a fuuy-cheeked farm boy t bcome

uie greaieai pucner oi our .time ana is stilt a strong-armed man after Z years.

Totals

i By BARRY GRAYSON 1 1 lords save lifetime. No one matched ought to do it. Now you take I rest
" I him for a game or a season. It is j for 24 hours and then go right out
new YORK (NEAl It was an astonishing fact that in seven and pitch. Don't worrv about it'

just 20 years ago that ItODeir wu- campaigns, ne iirucK out mure
liam Andrew Feller came off the batters thai, he allowed hits.

Iowa farm to establish himself ra- v 9.

pidly as the greatest pitcher of thisl When he broke Rube Waddell s
r nv nthpr time. i major league seasonal strikeout

I And at 37. Boh Feller, who broke mark with 348 in 1946, and went

15 8 4 38 int0 the American League at 17, 'on a long tour that' fall, for 'tax

An interesting note Is that Miss

Gibson has never won a set from
Bev Fleitz of the ambidextrous
forehand and no backhand.. Mrs.
Fleitz's unorthodox Style has been
a stumbling block, as Miss Gibson
bowed, 6-1, 6-3, at Wimbledon in

? I '51 and, 6-2, 6:2, at tne west siae
This Is covered by, Tennis Club last autumn. ;

which allows two

S :S ;

Answer: No.

the rule book.

bases.

Q.lVith a runner on second, the

batter hits a ground ball toward
short. The runner heads .for third.

but as he comes in line with the,

ball and the fielder he hesitates or
slows down in order to shield the

fielder's vision. When the ball is

past him, the runner continues to
third. Isn't this interference? i

George O'Brien.'

A. It is never called that way

As long as Hie runner does net go
out ef his way te hamper the field fielder,
er, fielder, he is ust playing smart baseball.

Q. A runner tries to steal sec

ond. The catcher's throw is in time
to get him, but is wild and the run runner
ner runner is safe. Do you give the catch catcher
er catcher an error? Adam Schmidt,

A.- Net unless the

vances another base.

runner ad

Q. What pitcher holds the rec record
ord record for most wild pitches in a

game and a season? -.
A. One of the best control pitch'

era of all time does Walter John John-soe.
soe. John-soe. In 1910 he was charged with

21 wild pitches, and four years lat

er he had his big inning with four.

' HOT HOOSIERS

Bloomington, Ind. (NEA) An
Indiana basketball player has led
the Big Ten in shooting in five of

the last 10 seasons.

The tail and raney Miss Gibson

is of;excellent speed. She has- a

good serve and an extraordinary
forecourt game for a woman, an
exceptionally long reach making

net hard to nass at the net

Her triumphal tour has given her

the confidence to take fun advant advantage
age advantage of all the equipment needed.
Miss Gibson is not lacking in
competitive urge and fire. She is
an all-round athlete, good at bas

ketball, softball and other games

while attending wuiiston uign 01

Wilmington, N. v.; ana norma a.
and M. Colleee in Tallahassee. She

is deeply appreciative of what liberal-minded
executives of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States Lawn Tennis Associa

tion did.
As a New York newspaper com

mented editorially, Althea Gibson

is a credit to the sport, and an un unusually
usually unusually good envoy for her country.
She is part and parcel of real A A-mericl,
mericl, A-mericl, which works for what' if
gets and plays hard and well to
win.

. ; a 1 1 t J la.

, x. ' remains a Strong-armea man. A- purposes reuer iouna u neeesaary
- 'ny practical baseball man will tell to becomt. the only ballplayer who
' In the opening game pi the you that Feller would still Win con- ever incorporated himself. There
evening, the Wolverines over- sistenUy if given the bppOrtunity. were so many by-products that, a
wbelmingly defeated the Hawk- He doesn't get it often enough with company was required to keep t
eyes 49-30. Throughout the the Indians, who are overloaded of them,
game, the Wolverines overplayed With accomplished pitchers. i .TT,, .
5ielr rival Hawkeyes, which Had not Feller lost four peak Few know that Fe lcr's illustrl illustrl-were
were illustrl-were hampered by committing years because of World War II, ous career was nearly nipped be be-1
1 be-1 fnni.K T.pari- Hiirinn ufhtrh tii TTiannpH bsHle 'ore it had narclly star ted.

ing the Wolverines were P. De!- station in the South Pacific, his There was a sudden flash of
eado. K; Morris and B. Hamll- record would have excelled that of Pain in the region of the right el el-ton,
ton, el-ton, with 16, 12 and 12 points re- all. the fabled handcuff kings be- bow," says Bob, recalling a start

snoot u v For t.nn lnsintr hswf. lore n m. .B .-, --r"

eyes G Barbier scored 111 The book shows that the top pitch 24, 1937.
noints r .ers were and are most efficient v ... : ..
i;uijim. , i.n tu. ;fth in thir inih neimn' It was more than two months be

t- .v,. .. in. onrta.' Feller won 24. 27 and 25 games be. fore Feller pitched again. two

Ail LUC OtbViiU '-'V'B ie L e.T mnntHa rf w.cnwsi i a mm n rfin rf eA

prs riofeatpri the wildcats bv a 're ne joinea me wavy, a wncn ...v..v..o """'.
ers acieaied me wuacais oy .,mBJ.llt K. ,Urte(1 firinK un. cret trips to doctors, worry, trial

score of 38-29. This was the Sam ft, his iifth full and failure. Cy Slapnicka, who

eame of the night, as the Badg- ...son in the maiors, the only class signed Feller took, the youngster

trailing In the first two pe-'of hasebaU he.fver Knew.- speciaiisg m wniwauKee nu

riods, came o lUe and led i starting tlii season, Feller had! Then1: SUiaft Belt, at the time
two points at the end of the won games. So, it is not un-sports editor of the Cleveland
Ihlrd. From then on, it was the reasonable to assume that had not Presi, suggested Doc A. L, Austin,
RaHimr. it lh wav Thev were Bob taken time out for the vastly a bonesetter with a shabby office
2 -K tn ner'" eriou busines w,r' 4ne J"t a short distance from old
sparked fcy the excellent r per .. h. exceeded Christy Ma- League Park. ,s i

formances of O. Sutherland and thewson's 375 victories and crowd
J Morris, scoring 17 and v led Walter Johnson's 414. Only onei' Doe Austin ran bis strong fing-
points respectively. For the losj .UrVDd "BbM
tag Wildcats, R. Barbara score! Young, with 511 back in the dark "Hmmm," he hmmed,""thls
1 . .. 1 1 ..1 1 1 it ...1,

ages. ; ' 1 ooy U1U" uy"e 18 uul Vl lw utk"
And it must be' reembered that et. Hold on, sonny." -th
everything, including vthe lively He grasped young Feller's

Badgers meet the Wolvertaes In baU and shortened fences, was, wrist with his right hand, the el el-7u
7u el-7u - ,i 1 m iv,. 'stacked against the pitchers whenibow with his left, He gave the arm
the first game, and at 8.00, the t fiirtv-faced a audden twist. Feller still can feel

Wildcats meet the Hawkeyes in kin i... 'the moment of excruciating pain.

the second game. Feller -holds all strikeout rec- "There," said Doc Austin, -tnat

Todo Encanto .35

' SPANISH DOUBLE!
' ; Cantlnflas, in
"ABAJO EL TELON"
Fernando Fernandez, in
"LOS MARGARITOS"

Today IDEAL 20

Silvia Pinal, In
' "UN EXTRARO EN LA
ESCALERA."
Tin-Tan. in
"ISLA DE MUJERES"

Opponents

:i.
,Uia.
ce.
i.

New York.
TOTALS'

G.
.6
. 6
,5
. 7
. 8
. 5
. 6
. 7

L.
2
2
2
3
4
3
4
5

.25 25

's totals:

Tit
(
I
t.

t"urah.;
ii'inmui. '..
jcklyn. ". ..
Louis. ..

Milwaukee.
Chicago.
Npw York
Phiiadclphia.
TOTALS.

r g.
.52
.53
'.52
.56
.48
.51.
.53
-.53

W.
30
30"
29
31
26
22
21-
20

L.
22
23
23;
25
22
29
32
33

Pet.
.667
.667
.600
.571
.500
.400
.333
.289

Pet.
.577
.566
.558
.554
.542
.431
,'.398
-.377

R.
27
35
22
39
.31
16
22
24

R.
53
56-
34
67
64
33
60
61

E.
3
5
4
5
&
1
8
9

R.
24
32
15
33
32
16
32
32

H.
49 1
57 ;
46 ;
67 i
75.!
41 i
42
56?

213 433 42 216 433 42

R.
246
273
236
283
225
234.
187
232

H.
460
490
434
550
420
441
424
431

E.
48
49
44
58
52
36
60
48

Opponents

R. H. E.

432
495
421
481
403
495
430

208
261
218
258
199
285
226

272 483

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"WiU it be all right if I throw

curves?" Feller asked, nfbBinl
the elbow.

"Throw anything you want,'

Austin assured him.

Bob Feller did.

Doe

a

16 points.

Thursday night at 7:00,

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NEW MANAGER Fred a
ney,-former Braves' coach, jU
shown In New York after-Hw?
was named manager of tl
team. Haney replaced charity
Grimm as. the Milwaukee skrpVT
per, .-.

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Btanlft
"El Conqujacor"

superb cuisine
and service

Known throughout the Americas forjhe excellence of its
international cuisine, is well as its friendly attention to passengers,
Braniff offers both first class and tourist 4-engine Douglas flights

I to the U.S.A. -

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Only the "El Conquistador'' flights offer Braniff sarvica to

uenos Aires

GUAYAQUIL
Call your trove ogenf or Iranifh Avenida Tivolf 18, telephone 2-0975,
Hotel El Panami 3-1660, Ext. 130, or Panama 3-4726, ..
Colon Ticket Office, telephone 779 or 797.

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.209 209
1923 3850 3S3 1923 3850 393.
(Includes games of Sunday, June 17)

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rHAWAHAN BEACH BOY?1
Curves to the contrary. Gall
: Young, above, is WaiWki't first
female "beach boy.' She's been.
i hired at the Halekulani beadv
to hek visitors, with surfing;
outrider canoe rides, eatama
ran trips and akin divingv

Ike Loans Cartoon
Collection To Aid
Savings Bond Sale
1 NEW Y0R1C' June 20 (UP)
President Eisenhower's personal
collection of cartoons will be pub

lished m book form to stimulate
the ialeCof U.S. savings bonds,, it

was-.announced today., .,
Frederick' Fell Inc., a New York
publishing firm, said the book,- a
non-profit project to encourage the
public to buy savings bonds, would
;om out July A,,
1 Loaned lo the publishintr house
Yiv -th Presiripnt. the collection

includes portraits, caricatures and'

niraorous impressions or me rniei
j- eativ by 95 artists, members
of the National Cartoonists Sock
ety? r
tr i ' i-
i rr BALBOA TIDES ,
' TrIURSDAY.JUNI ?! '; -I
.HIGH' LOW i
2:29, i.m -. 8:30 a.m.
:J7 p.m. 4 9:00 p.m,'

AN INDEPENDENT

DAILY KEWSPAFEK

attain Mtttrai

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe9' Abraham Lincoln,

Year Needed To Gear Up
Faster" B-52 Production

1

3 1st YEAR

PANAMA, K. P WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1958

FITS CENTS

Steel Talks In Crucial Statie

With

NEW YORK, June 20 (UP)-Thc

United Steel Workers of America

met individually with seven maj

or steel producers today in an ef-

Strife Deadline Looming

WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP)
Gen. Nathan F. Twining said
today It will take about a year
to "gear up" for faster B-52 jet
bomber production, even vita
the extra funds proposed by the
Senate Appropriations .Commit .Committee.
tee. .Committee.
The Air Force chief of staff

made the statement when asked
by a reporter to comment on
the committee's action Monday

adding $1,160,000,000 to the ad administration's
ministration's administration's defense budget
for Air Force use.-

The committee specifically
earmarked 800 million dollars
of tbe increase for procuring
modern warplanes such as the

B-52.

Famed IBM Leader,
Thomas J. Valsori,

Dies Ai Age Of 82

NEW YORK, June 20 (UP)

Thomas J. Watson Sr., 82,-. who
built the billion dollar Interna International
tional International Business Machines Corp.
from an economically-shaky firm
he borrowed $40,000 to put on its

feet in 1914. died yesterday.

He was taken from his newi

Canaan, Conn, home and hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized here Sunday. Death was at attributed
tributed attributed to a heart attack.
Watson, whose slogan "think"
nonpars on wall and desk signs

and memo cads throughout the

company's extensive operations in

America and 15 ouier countries,

was known as "the world's great,
est salesman." ,i
But he said he made his great great-st
st great-st sale 42 years ago hw new,ie:ht:

est sale 42 years ago nwne, who who-out
out who-out sufficient collateral, hevbor
rowed- $40,000 from the Guar
anty Trust Co. of New York to get
IBM under way. An investment of
less than $3,000 in 100 shares of
stock at that time would be worth

$2,164,000 now. Dividends over the
period would have amounted to

$209,000.

A native of Campbell,; jn. k.j
Watson began his career on a Fri
day the 13th as a $6 a week book book-keener
keener book-keener in a market at Painted

Post.. N.Y But his aptitude for

sellings soon led him to .becomeH

a salesman for a dealer in sewing

machines and musical Instruments

-TODAY o CENTRAL-
LAST SHOWING! 0.75 & 0.49
, SHOWS 1:15 3:42 6:08 8:50 P.M.
ANNA MAGNANI & BURT LANCASTER,
"THE ROSE TATTOO"

OPENING TOMOROW

l 1 ,Tha story
I cop
(t iV I wo used
mm ; f u
mm k..n vi2j

: (mm fiowenns neons

i ; JOSEPH
S COTTEU

; RHONDA
FLEMIUG

WENDELL
COREY i

H A ..... 1

.

f ALAN HALE

f

fort to end a deadlock

contract terms for 650,000

workers.

The union conducted negotiations
on a company by company basis
in hopes of piercing the industry's
solid front.
Joiqt' contract talks between the
USW and the industry's big three
bogged down last week and have

been recessed indefinitely.

The union met separately with
the big three U.S. Steel, Bethle Bethlehem
hem Bethlehem Steel,, Republic Steel and

with Jones and Laughlin Steel, In Inland
land Inland Steel, Allegheny Ludlum Steel,

and Crucible Steel. It will meet
later today in New York with Arm Arm-co
co Arm-co Steel and Pittsburgh Steel, and

m Detroit with Great Lakes bteel.

With only ten days left before
the June 30 strike deadline barg bargaining
aining bargaining talks have entered th
crucial stage with both sides stilt
deadlocked en most major con contract
tract contract issues.
The industry has set up what ap

pears to be a solid front in offering

a five year no-strike contract of

fer to the union. The USW unamm
ouslv rejected the offer as "shcok

ingly-inadequate" and gave USW
President David J. McDonald the

green light to call a strike to en
fnrpp its demands. ;

1 Union strategists were hoping 'to

negotiate new contracts to avert a
crinoline steel strike when the cur

rent union contracts with the, steel

industry expire.

An air of tenseness prevailed

during the talks.
"Union and manaeement nego

tiators have drawn definite battle-

line and neither side shows an

inclination ;to hield." a union
spokesman said. ','Kight now, they

appear to be. bargaining from ir irreconcilable
reconcilable irreconcilable positions.'
"Something had better give with within
in within the next 10 days," he added.
. An informed Industry spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the union's divide-and.
eonouar tactics would run into

stonewall opposition from the
nation'i basic steel producers,
The union called for the indi

vidual talks after wint negotia-

tine Katuieen the union and the

industry's big three-U.a. a i e e i,

nethiohem steel and Renublic Steel

hit a serious snag last week and
a,ro .reesed Sunday. The union

said it was adamantjy opposea iu

a five-year contract ana aehcriueu
the industry's overall proposals as

snocKingiy unum.
The in comoanies which met at

the Roosevelt Hotel, with the union

yesterday included me pig u".

on new They presented the union with the union's entire VA million mem-

gap "very

MARTIAL I
ABOLISH1:
IN EGYPT

CAIRO, June 20 (UP) -Gamal
A. Nasser told f
ed 100,000 wildly-chpoi
ans today that his mil'?
ment has abolished t:
law that had been in :
since the start of World
The Premier spoke

sia is closing the
rapidly."

Unless more money is spent
on Air Force research, he said i
the United States will fall behind
Soviet air power In quality as it
already has in quantity.
Putt also said the United
States ha a 'firm' nrnnrlm tnr

ballistic missile develoDment but audience deluding v

has been hampered by lack of oreign Minister Dm;;-!
research facilities. Informed sourctt sa.J
; There is no shortags of funds' 5d1",rri1 B ,"
for this project. I dMl Mp finance t' i

Senate Hepublicans concededi "!,m rti? "d 0 r trfP-l
that Democrats will succeed in "J" l"nnt pregra.-n.
increasing Air Force appropria-l Nasser was reported stuiymg thi
tions over administration objec-,0"" I
tions. (
But thev are'wnrktno' nn l Nasser said the abolition o.,

"We can always use more compromise that would wovide means uie ena o;
money," Twining said. MWe did something less than the $i.i60 p1?s censorship in EgyPt EgyPt-not
not EgyPt-not ask for it. but we can use 000,000, annroved bv the annrrwl The Premier's speech to a hue!

it." ipnanons committee.

He made clear,, however, ine, aen.. styles Bridges (R-N-HT),

committee s proposal wuwu tun "iia.uiK uur memoer

tat
pti
rn
tia

i

e at
vie
'ov
- ov
St

crowd in Republic Square

ateel contract proposals similar on ba- bers. analvzine his motives for W result in anv immediate speed committee, said he wonlrt intr last British soldier from the

sic economic, issues. : jecting industry's contract offer, tin of B-52 nroduction, which duce an amendment tn anhH.- CB 8P--.:

V

4 yww-;.
ijl ttrniui ii TT'i "

hieh;

lighted the "liberation" ceremonial

nf th celebrating the departure of this

out;

many basic steel producers under
one roof

David J. McDonald, president
of the USW, told a press confer conference
ence conference the union stands "ready
willing and available" to meet
with management negotiators
around the. clock in an effort to
reach a new agreement for fSO, fSO,-000
000 fSO,-000 tteelworkers, before June 30,
McDonald gave .reporters a co

py of a letter. he had written to

The' union spokesman said it was The union chief said the letter w rwmtvntji riaim 1 falllntr be-itute a 500. mliiinn t

ure nisi uiuc iu lusiuiy mai neiso- aesiEnea to Eive lis members "the hind Russian outnui

uaupns were conauciea With so straieht facts, rather than indus-S-nnpe bombers. ...

try propaganda." 1 Farller. the subcommittee re-

ihe companies said their .offer, leased previous testimony .by Lv.

calls for a package increase of 17
2-3 cents an hour during the first
year and 65 cents an our over the
five-year-termo f the pact! : v
McDonald, who previously term termed
ed termed these figures "pur bunk,"" said
in the letter that even "charitable
calculations by union statisticians

can raise the packageo ffer .to on

ly 45.3 cents an hour."

Gen. Donald L. Putt, Air Force

long-. crease for the $1,160,000 000 He Wl" b Ni,'t ,,, Pch

said he hoped to have both GOP D,Mr ,n '"on aniay that;
and Democratic sponsorship t xP,e,,cl m,k him preii-s
, Jne "mendment would include' dnt -r-: ; I
100 million Hniior. i Foreicn euests at the rallv m

development chiefi who recom-350 miUion dollars for aircraft !'uded U-S Ambassador Henry A

menaea an aaaitiontu zso mu- wurement, so million dollars fi. ,ICI"CU "UM ven- ,Vt

ior operations and matntnonn,o"an nouenson ana anepuov.

and 20 million dollar w I Earlier in the day, Robertsb

sonnel.

llort dollars for research

Putt said development of
new weapons bas been slowed
down by lack of funds and red
tape. He said he believer the
United States Is still ahead fn
technological progress but Rus-

V.

:-.;.

GET WITH IT-LET YOUR HAIR DOWM-Georgr.Malenkpv, left, whose locks just do Vhat
comes naturally, may not realize the international fuss he's created, Hi coiffure, marked by;
a tumbling, weaving bang over the Tight forehead, has swept London. And recently, Princess
Margaret was seen with a ."Malenkov curl" at a London baD. White beauticians in this court-
try think the new cut will go over ig" with the eollege and high school girls,' they want want-another
another want-another name for It Giving it Georgi's name doesn't sit well with VS. girls. .Marie Barrt v
i" employe in a Denver atore, right, displays the new hair style in a proper feminine settin.

$1.6 Billion School Construction Bill

Appears Assured Of Committee Approval

WINS REPORTING AWARD
Mrs. Joan Geyer of the
Provo, Utah, Daily Herald has
received a 1953 Albert Lasker

Medical Journalism- Award for I
her series of articles on men-
tal illness. She .is the only!
woman honored with this :
award for 1955, and her paper j
is the. first with- fewer than;
50,000 readers to be thus hon-
ored tor outstanding medicali
reporting. -. S

had toured Canal Zone instaila

tions operated by private Briiis
contractors,' while Shcpilov visite
the iron and steel plant beinj bull
by a West German firm, in suburt
an Helwan.

. Nasser told the mass meeting
that Egypt ls willing to accapt
economic and military. aid from
anyone Intensifying belief that:
Shepilev's visit will result in in in-creased'
creased' in-creased' shipments of arms and
money from the Communist
world. -..-
' "We are" determined to prolec

our country against aggression,
Nasser said. f

"This requires strengthening ou

national army and developing on

national economy. Whoever is wii

ing to help us in this is welcome.

Funeral Services
For James Gilder
Set For Tomorrow

Funeral Services for James F
Gilder will be held tomorrow start
ing at 9 a.m. at the Church of th
Holy Family in Margarita. Burt
will follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery
Pallbearers will include Fran'
Scott, John Coffey, Harry Dockerv
Milford Bailey, Thomas G. Rel;
han, Donald Bruce, Edward Spin
ney- and Howard Finnegan. i
'. All friends have been invited t

attend the services,

r

WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP)

Rep. Howard W. Smith (D-Va.) as

sailed the Federal school aid bill

yesterday as "half-baked and cock-;
eyed'1, but conceded the H o u s

Rules Committee probably will ap

prove it.
Smith is chairman of the rules

group, where the $1,600,000,000

school construction measure had
been pigeonholed and all but given

up for dead. It was dusted off

fof new hearings last week after
a committee revolt against Smith's
leadership r - 1 -'

Clearance by the committee is

required to get the measure to the
House floor.
' Action has been delayed main mainly
ly mainly because of threatened moves
to deny .. Federal aid to states
that continue racial segregation
in their schools..
Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey CD-

MIGHTY INK-DRINKER In
.New York, Cathy Hild take
mighty pen in hand to remind
you of the "Pen-Mightier-Than
Sword" campaign, kicked off
by Letters From America Week.
"". The campaign is to combat
anti-American propaganda
abroad by having Americans
tell the true story of life tn the
United States in letters to
friends and relatives overseas.

.COOL NIGHT 1

DES MOINES (UP) Just

before the train carrying Des

Moines businessmen on their an

nual good will tour of central
Iowa : left the station, one man

asked another to help him put up
a 50-pound chunk of ice in one of
the berths When the helper de decided
cided decided to eo to bed. he found the

tee was in his berth.

H trt ,u, 1 PftCfS: .75 & .40
&SLMi TODAY

1:30, 3:25, 5:15, 7:05, 9:05 p.m.

earing ti:e r:o?JiLS AJiD vxi:m( )

$ .Alii today's great (A
MV! ;.Scutest! ;:Kvi

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yah JSHNSctoa conoj-LTH kc:an iack

DELUXE

snttoeHONic sow

W.Va.), one of tbe sponsors, told
the committee he had not pressed
for action earlier bee a u s e he
wasn't sure enough vote were tin.

ed up in the House to pass it.

tie saia lie now is "reasonably
sure" it will be annroved.

Smith; a member of the South

ern bloc opposing the-bill, said it
ought to be sent back to the Edu Education
cation Education and Labor Committee for
correction of numerous "defects."
But he said it was obvious the
rules group would clear it

Rep. Ray J. Madden (D Ind.)

protested Smith's suggestion T and

warneu memuers against trying

to una excuses for delaying and
postponing needed legislation.?
Rep. William M. Colmer (D-

Miss.) joined Smith in attacking

the bill. He said it would be Va

rather tragic mistake to get into

this type of legislation.
- Colmer quoted from a 149 Ut Utter
ter Utter fram President Eisenhower,
then president of Columbia Uni University,
versity, University, in which Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower said he would "flatly oppose"
any grant by the Federal gov.
rnmant for school .purposes to
all the states.
He said he would support Feder

al aid for areas that can't meet

their own school needs.

"Unless we are careful," Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower said, -''even the great
and necessary educational proces processes
ses processes in our country will become yet
another vehicle by which the be

lievers in paternalism, if not out outright
right outright socialism, will gain still ad
ditional power for the central gov
ernment." '

The bill currently under study is
a modification of one recommend

ed to Congress by the President,

Mr. Eisenhower's bill, however,
would have related the aid to state

need, giving more to the poorer

1 states. As approved by the Educa Education
tion Education and Labor Committee the aid

would be distributed according to
'the number of school age children.

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