The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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sengers panicked in a Ix n suo suo-w.y
w.y suo-w.y yesterday when r e r.der a-
ZeJogetieabr aed tU -m to leave
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Wdson Crook, n o i
' stroke last week v.
own" today is-1 r;
tcry pngrrn.
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atW to terror,
furnish Immediate, bed and board
for' about 100 families" evacuated
during one operation in the sierra
Maestra mountains.'
In Havana, authorities detained
Colam! :a 1 io;i !- itng SyS-
.1 r "ii vi ) w ere lwui2 aud, re
coruaig sidewalk interviews with
passersby. '.
The two ftien Peter K:a'lische
and Al Gritz,; both, of New-York,
said they were .asking people -on
the streets how they wouia vote
if general elections were held to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. They said most' of those
asked said they were Undecided.
Police released them within an
hour and told them they- could go
ahead with their' interviews, .-, ...
rope Keceives
?nm Pilnrimc
In Mass Audience
Vatican; trry; June s (up)-!
Pope PiusXJI received' 5,000 pil-
grrms "In a mass, audience and
blessed 10 000 others in St. Peter's
Square today.iii celebration of the
feast xlay xtf his namesake,;, t.
Eugene'.;; ; -y-..,L:

Illinois Proves : XidicoStilll Lives

Bucket Brigade Scrubs Monument

-1 LIDiae, TI1.K June 3 UP-The
name of Lidice,: which the Naiis
boasted was "extinguished' for forever"
ever" forever" in World War II. rose to new
glory today as a" sign of.-invincl-
ble faith in freedom.".-
The Chicago chapter' of ." the
Czechoslovakia National Council,
held a memorial service after a
bucket brigade scrubbed the bat
tered and chipped stone monu
ment in this community named
after the Czech village.
. ProL 'Francis Schwarxenberg
uloeized the martyrs of Lidice
who "died as witnesses to the
cause of freedom. Their sacrifice
should inspire all who fight for
freedom," be said. :
Schwarzenberi. a former prince
who gave np his title when be be became
came became a United States citizen last
vear. was the mam speaker at -the
reremonies. He formerly was the
Czech diplomatic representative
to the Vatican and now teaches at
Lowla University in Chicago.
f Hn year, at. Nxi efB efB-clal
clal efB-clal ftcinhard Heydrich, known
i rho "heneman," wa killed
by vfWertreund worVr at Udi Udi-a
a Udi-a mH eiileyo er Praeue.
TS Nazis retaliate by w-ehine-unnin9
deattv the 171
mmn mf the villae, mprin
women and child ran.

V -red at A montn Uier, this Jol EL,
i rt Ku!ubdivi&ion Umb known as Stern

ma aflfl ,i w
Park Gardens officially changed
its tame re Lidice and erected a
monument te pledge that 'Lidice
lives."
In this iw Tinag.'' Scbwar-
-renherg said, w wish aUo to

i t iu1e aU .meniats who did th Am "-aa military ot;;c;a.s ae ae--
- ae-- ' the permit the name of Lidtce te d;-;eui'.1 a soldier of anar.s.auih-
tkt tin. tie fact of the earUu'ter trarges sgalart ft Cteae,

Ike 6 In

Has Slipped

WASHINGTON. June 3 (UP)

President1 Eisenhower planned' to:tive and bur rank ana me,

eat "harmony" lunch with Housj:
Republicans todaybut ms parry
Chairman (frankly admitted that
Eisenhower' 'influence with i GOP
lawmakers has sliDned.' vk
t Eisenhower was scheduled to eat
a $1.19 chicken and potato salad
box lunch with GOP house mem
bers at the capitol. Host is House
Renublicanleader Joseph Mar
tin Jr. 1 who is trying to improve
Israeli President ?
Ikies Peace Move
Toward Arcb tlalions
'JERUSALEM, Israel, June -3
(UP) Tremler .. David Ben Ben-Ourlon
Ourlon Ben-Ourlon In what appeared to be
a peace feeler to the Arab ha ha-tlona
tlona ha-tlona said today Israel wished
to renew-and maintain normal
relations .with any nation, no
matter lta regime."
But he said "outbursts of en
mitv .nA nrnvocatlons bv cer
tain tiations" were still causing;
Israel "sorrow and anxiety."-
Ben-Gurion addressed tne
Knesset (Parliament) today in
a debate on the Elsenhower Doc
trine shortly after official
sources said Israel might renew
Its policy of retaliation against
EgJptian commando raids into
Israeli territory, . ,, ;
Mdst of Beri-Gurldn's speech
CTenlngr a six-hour foreign po
! vdebs.'te wsn devtd to et
. .nl -r 'Israel's a.. eience to
th" J .enhower Docuine. Ben
nurlnn M It. MtM a.rrTttA 111
order to a,!suTe Israel's security
and cottinued Immigration.
EdyptTo: Extend
Financial .Aid v
To Neutral Jordan
' CAIROi Xevnt..' June- S (UP)
Egyot witr -extend financial aid to
jordan anoer tne Arao soiiaarny
agreementn' conditioir' that King
Hussein t government muowr
nroeram of "positive neutrality,
a responsible finance mill i t r J
-4'evot lays down as a 'condi
tion for payment of financial aid
to Jordan under the Arab; solida solidarity
rity solidarity pact agreement that J o r d a n
should; abide by the principle of
positive neutrality,," the lontet
"We certainly wish to forgive
the Nazis, but we are not prepat.
ea w lorget, ne aaia. -
A "soap and water brigade
cleaned up the monument area
yesterday.' in preparation for the
ceremonies. .-; . ....
7 Last week a United' Press dis
patch stimulated national : interest
in Lidice,, 111., by revealing how
the patched -memorial was run
down, jttsed as a backstop for the
town'atonly baseball diamond, and
infested with dandelion and crab
grass.' : 'v v i. .-.
. t , .
U.S. May Be
By EDWARD K. KENNEDY
BANGKOK. Thailand--- Out Out-breaks
breaks Out-breaks of anti-Americanism in
the Fr East are seen here as a
disturbing siga all is not well in
our r ations with our Asiatic al allies
lies allies aad real danger may lie a a-head.
head. a-head. :
A'a sources say the United
States -wisely gave up "gunboat
diplomacy" in the Far East but
still dfmaada extratemtortal le legal
gal legal rights for Its servicemen and
other nationals abroad a poli
cy A.-'. seee as a hangover of co
lonial eTrtMoitatton.
Ai tr. formed UJ5. cruarters view
tht a.tuatiaa, the perils are sev
eral:
J. Popular resentment against
US. ue of extraterritorial ao ao-thorify
thorify ao-thorify can flare quickly Into
riot. s happened at Tatpl v hen

GOP IC hair man

(relations between the chief execu
ReDublican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn, in one of the frank
est such statements by a high-rank
ing party Official to date, recogmz
ed the fact that Eisenhower is not
exerting as much influence with
GOP congressmen this year as dur
ing hir lirst term. 1 -Appearing
on a TV program last
nignt, Aicorn saia nisiory on
, a i . .a a. a .a.--
shown "it is not unusual tor a
President to "wield less Influ
ence" with members of his party
during ms last term or omce.
'"'r, ...-,,
Noting .Eisenhower by eonstltn-
tional amendment cannot serve an
other term, Alcorn said "that must
necesaruy provide some ot tne
basis for the atmosphere that you
see today in the capitol."
; He. said, however, that w h e n
"the chips are down"!1 Republican
in Congress supported the Presi President.
dent. President. He -referred to th4. recent
House vote in which he said an
Anol!::r Ffebd
Svccps Thrcjgh
Fl. Vcrlh, Texas
DALLAS. Tex- June 3 CUP) H
A flash flood roiled- tnrougn
portions of Fort Worth yester yesterday
day yesterday but 4iot many persons had
to nee their homes tney naa
not been able to move back in
since the last flood. ,;
More rmin was expected f OT
Texas toaay,. where most rivers
are at flood stag or above. Two
persons? were ; feared dead In
yesterday's chapter of the two two-month,
month, two-month, lonf siege f v (violent
weather.'' a-'V r A '.r.:
Flood gates-' at lAke "texoma
between Texas and Oklahoma
were opened, sending -tons of
water-lntd the Red River. En Engineers
gineers Engineers kept the gates open as
long as possiDie, out water was
Dotting two ieet ovet ne spill
way and- rising. '-'V-v ,,
The River reached nidi flood
stages in West Central Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana last month. V -t
!. Fossil Creek rose; three' leet
in- is minutes irom the down'
pour, sending water into lash.
lonable homes in the Richard
Hiiis area at Fort Worth-,
But there were every- fewper
sons to be moved out Mnat re.
sldents hadn't been able 'to re return
turn return to their homes since they
were driven out by the last flood
flew U5 AinbassEor
Thcnipscn
Leaves For Vlmk!
WASHINOTOW. .Tnn .rrsli
ucweuyn b. mompson, new
American Ambassador to" Bua-
sia, reported to president Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower today before leaving to
take op his cost in Moscow?,
Thompson will go by-way '-of
vicnu u3 ciean Tip nia worK as
Ambassador to Austria. He will
fly to Vienna Wednav anrf
cave i or Moscow three or lour
, Thompson, a Russian language
succceas unaries E. Boh
ten in! the Moscow Past
He Explained that he returned
to this country primarily to pick
up hii daughter, Fernanda, 14,
who aVbeen in acool In Ralti-
morei ; , ,,

. :
in For Spot Of Trouble All

and refused to turn him over to
Chinese civil authority. -1
3. pro-American political lead leaders
ers leaders in Asian capitals who accept
the doctrine of extraterritoriali extraterritoriality
ty extraterritoriality run the risk of being branded ;
MR. uuppets and consequently
may face political suicide.
3. The enmese communis,
try swiftly to exploit anti-American
feeling by encouraging riots
and other incidents in capitals
throughout Asia. One knowledge able
official says the Red under underground
ground underground has been foiled thus, far
in desperate efforts to stir
bloody uprisings as a sequel U
the Taipei ariair.
It la believed tbe Communists
did not Inspire tbe Formooa
Hots, but only alert action in
Manila, Honr Korg and Bang Bangkok
kok Bangkok Is said to have alocked
popalar demonstration tpaf tpaf-red
red tpaf-red by tho Reds la these cities.
The Communist aim is to ois-
credit America generally la A-

"overwhelming majority''' of Re
nublicans voted to revoke- cuts in
the defense budeet while an "ov
erwhelming majority1.' of D i m o-
crsts packed, the jcuts,, t r
-- -r .' -, t'
M:cmill:n To Tcke
Ovn Dis2rn:nienl
Appeal To Sovbls ;
1 LONDON. June 3 UP British
Prime' Minister Harold Macmillan
will make a personal appeal to
the Russians this week ior agree-i
ment on partial disarmament as
the first step toward easing worio
tension, informed sources saia io io-dav.
dav. io-dav. 1 ' Y
' The Prime Mnister will make
his aoDeal in a long letter to So
viet Premier 'Nikolai Bulganin,
the sources said. Itis scheduled
for delivery to, W6sc0wv before
next weekends
' Macmillan was expected to point
out that Britain has taken a maj major
or major step to decrease tension by eas easing
ing easing the trade embargo on Red
China. The suggestion would be
implicit that Russia should ; now
take a step on its own.
'-: The Prime Minister's note will
reply to Bulganin's letter of April
2d The Bulganin letter contained
a general survey of the-, world
situation. It renewed previous So
viet sugegsuons for 'summit con contacts
tacts contacts and an appeal to renounce
the use of force in the Middle East.
Diplomats expected Macmillan
would, defer any action on a per
sonal meeting with the Soviet
leaders.
Cri!::.ii::lc3se
Evc.1 C:;;:r Cl3$l
Th:.T fiction Demb
CHRISTMAS ISLAND. June'.
(UP) Britain may continue
its Pacific ; H-bomb tests .for
some, weeks' and explode a 4e-vice-
even more powerful tban
the Megaton bomb set off last
Friday, informed sources said
today.- a, -!'!. ,, -, ;
Friday's bomb, second explod
ed in the test series, equalled
one-million j tons of TNT was
the larfest ever .-detonated by
Bntain. -,
,: Experts saw. Sir 'William Pen
ney, British s atom, researcn
chief ; who is. lrr charge of the
tests, may decide' to explode a
weapon, of even grater power
for tnese reasons: ;
i-The Valiant jet bomber
which-. dropped Friday's bomb
was success! ul 1n, avoiding fall;
out.-- ii .. i.v-" we s-j-y. :
. Success "of", the second blast
means a more complicated trig
ger mechanism may be tne a
next time '.'V.,i--'
The' second bomb, like the
flrt' wan ''clean" oroduclne
only a negligible amount s. iau.
PilgrirSHipiNow;
South Of Bermiida
Mayflower It scudded along, under
a fair wind at five knets today on
the long voyage from Plymouth,
eneiana. in .nrmouin. mass.
- The r 1-lica pilgrim ship radioed
its location as 500 miles due south
of Bermuda.; tt sailed from Brit Britain
ain Britain April 20. x
sia. if': serious d is turbances
emoted and local fovernmenta!
were driven to quell them with a
heavy show hf force, peiolns: and
Moscow would use the events to
blunt the effect of Ruu&i as
sault upon Kungary. : i
Besides the Taipei mcwent,
the firing on a U-8. Navy launch
in Thailand and the continuing
Japanese demonstrations against
nuclear tests poms up America s
current difficulties. In the Far
East- "' ,- --"..i.-'-'
s (, k v v.- 1
' Asia a authorities demand the
right to bring Americas nation nationals,
als, nationals, whether servicemen or not,
to trial forx crimes allegedly
committed on Asian soil They
identify exercise of this right as
important proof of the real In Independence
dependence Independence of their govern governments.
ments. governments. Many Ai lands do not have
the same 1'ir we have that they
will go Communist They aave

THE PULSE
".' ij --.". -- j?' W Mi' t;c

OF, PANAMA
i A CITY-WIDE cleanup cam
paign will be conducted by May
or uajar tauttia, bwiuuk wiwi n
room-to-room, house-to-house
orlye ln'Chorrillo.- ,. '
" Participating in the drive,
called "Operation Chorrillo" will
be Albert & Alcock, a United Na Nations
tions Nations urbanization expert, in ad
dition to local housing and city
oliiciais. j
, -.The mayor plans to use the
experiences gained during the
Chorrlllo cleanup drive in simi
lar campaigns throughout the
city. ;
4 SI Panama' America today
Cautioned President Ernesto oe
la Guardia to be careful about
Jending his presence to further,
commercial Interests. It also
criuclzed the practice of jeer jeering
ing jeering or booing the President or
otner public officials at public
functions. The paper also men-
tionea an mciueni si oaiur oaiur-nieht
nieht oaiur-nieht durinc which the win
ners of a basKetball game isued
to show np to receive a trophy
which Mr. de la Guardia was
scheduled to deliver to the
team.
Another newspaper today com-
pialneo that olliclal lotteiy
chance .tickets were being sold
for 30 cents instead of 20 cents
on Sunday mornings by unscru unscrupulous
pulous unscrupulous chance venaors.
U.S. ballistics expert Shelley
Bravermann was quoted today as
confirming th,at three r persons
llred weaDons at tne Juan Fran
co racetrack when president Ke
men was assassinated in 1955,
but only one used a schmeisser
machinegnn. N.l.,.-v
Special Election'
v
To Name Successor
To Sen. McCarthy
, MADISON. VWis.. June ? X (UP)
Gov. Vernon' Thomson of Wiscon
sin announced today that he n
call a special election to name a
inpraMnr In the. lata fienAJnsfnh
McCarthy: He said he'll set a date
by the end of this week., -. ;-, ( :
AF
Goes On
SAN ANTONIO. Tex:. June 3
(UP)r- A Pint ,: sized Au Force
instructor who wanu to De a min minister
ister minister faced a court-martial today
on charges of assaulting trainees.
Airman I-C wuuam t. r hod-
ert's Jr.. a 5-, llOpound tactical
instructor at Lackland Air Force
Base, last Tuesday was granted a
delay until today of the special
court martial because of unavaii
ability xi his counsel.
. Charges against HooerM-., grew
out of the death last August of ba
sic airman Robert Disenbacher of
Astoria, N.Y. -He is charged with
pulling Disenbacher from his minx
to the floor, striking him with his
hand and shoving his heaa ana do-
dv aeainst the wall. 4
Disenbacher died later, but his
death then was attributed to heat
exhaustion complicated by a kid-
nev 'ailment..' t -. -
In another charge; Roberts is al
leged to have kicked baste airman
George E, Walker, of. Springfield,
Mo., in the bead. ,.,;,
Roberts said his ambition Is to
be an episcopal .minister-and ex
i 1 1 1
Over Far East
'been coping with Red China tor
nearly a decade, and rightly or
wrongly feel they can handle
PeiDlne. What they seek Is the
chance to try on their own
People in Asia arth wise
bamboo vends with tbe big
wind" it never breaks bnt
rises again unharmed. Many
pro-Amerlean Asians believe
tbe United States can bend
with the relatively alight anti anti-American
American anti-American breete now blowing,
wltaeat sntfertae real damage.
They suggest we reappraise
our extraterritorial reoulremeaU
on a realistic basis and mocnry
them in keeping with the evi evident
dent evident political necessities in Asia Asia-Said
Said Asia-Said one official:
"You can back' tro lust a lit
tle bit without dlsenearine : In

Asia, and still remove yourseiiihrineinr to bear arainst It."

trom the nositloa of scapegoat
for every opposition faction to
tr.e various national
meats," ' :
govern-
.

Low Cost Plain
May Be Financed
Bif Parent Union :

Two officials from the AFL-CIO are here on the Isth
m us today to consider the possibility tf financing a big
low-cost housing project to be set up in Panama City for
members of their organization.
,.;;The object of the' up-until-now "secret mission o
the two officials Arnold Zander, international represent ;

tative of the AFCSME, CIO

James Carroll, was revealed today. ;
. Zander and .Carroll are here" at the mvitaf ion. of
Richard Fincke, president of the Trans-American Indus Industries,
tries, Industries, a corporation involved h setting up a pre-fabricated
housing industry in Panama. l .

-The union officials who .dis .discussed
cussed .discussed the matter in Washing Washington
ton Washington with Fincke last month, are
here now to make v an on-the-onnt.
aiirvev as to the needs, and
desires of their members with
regards to a low-cost housing
project, and also to get more de details
tails details on what is being offered
the .union by Trans-American
Industries.
Jose de la Rosa Castillo, presi president
dent president of Local on? which is com

posed of local-raters working forj1:
the- ArmfA Forces, .lo4','-

tw '", '
cood luea," and migt neip soive
the housing situation which ex
lsts in Panama.
w caid his prOurj was in fa
Vor of the proposed project and
met yesterday with the visiting
Officials to discuss tne man.
Castillo mentioned that back
in 1952 a similar attempt to get
low-cost housing for members of
Local 900 was made witn a iocai
contractor, Cesar Terrientes. for
an urbanization project which
would be located somewhere on
the Trana-lsthfflian nignway.
Instructor

Trial1 Fori Assault

pressed hope the court mar tial
, 1 1
would not affect such a future.
v. .mi I,. ...... Mm
He said he read passages from
aisu junk uciui uiuu i v
4VSU UUUI 1.11 C U1U1C.
Roberts, son of a retired army
colonel, said the air force theme
mow is "dont discipline dis
charge."
He' said he is "being made the
scapegoat."
"We have only four weeks to
get a man into shape, and
aren't allowed to do it," Roben
said.. He said, recruits sre being
pampered.
Roberts family and girl friend.
Jackie Schrader. all from Key
West, Fla., were on hand for the
court martial.
Free World Musi T
Assist Asia, Says
Far East Specialist
DURHAM," N C.. June 3 (UP)
The State Department's top
Far Eastern specialist warned
today of serious conseouenees U
the United States fails in its
responsibilities in Asia.
Russia la' aimlnc at world
domination through Southeast
Asia, tracing the blueprint of
Lenin, Walter 8. Robertson, As
sistant Secretary of State for
Fsr Eastern Affairs, said.
"Behind us there is no one-'
he said. "If we fail, there win
be no one to flu the breach."
- Speaking" at Duke University
Commencement Exercises, Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson streesed that "Asia must
be held against nressures of all
kinds that the Communist are
He added Quickly, however.
that it Is "only the Asians who
can hold A-ta but with the
(assistance e4 the Free World,"

- AFL, and his legal counsel,'

Howeverthls didn't work out, ha ;
said. s i j.
He believes that the present V
plan, which would offer a twoV
bedroom home for about $3,-,
500, may be more feasible. Al- -though
he has not yet discuss
ed details of the project, (as-
' tillo said that the member member-employe
employe member-employe who applies f or bous bousing
ing bousing would only have to -'pay a a-boot
boot a-boot $30 a month It-has not
yet been deeided what dow
payment, if any, would be re.
ir: i. j ,v- -, ...
.....
!"- vLiitine' la.
bkf ': oriiciaia, . u.tther-- with
Fincke, and representative of
Local 900 and 907 paid a courte courtesy
sy courtesy visit to President Ernesto de
la Guardia- Jr. V: . ; v
; If the housing plan is accept accepted,
ed, accepted, the international union In
Washington will finance the
entire project; Local unions
bore, it was learned, will be In :
charge I ot making monthly
collections from its members. -'
It was understood that the
housing company would proba probably
bly probably require a minimum of 1,000
units before the agreement can
be completed. i r
' Trans American 'industrlea
signed a long-term- lease with
the Colon Free Zone for a ten ten-acre
acre ten-acre tract of land on April. 14.
At that time, they specified that
they would set up a $250)00
housing plan on the free zone
site, and Work was to have been
begun shortly afterwards, :
The outfit said thit alt the
macninery for setting up the
Plant v&s being sent down from
Uv, ct.t.b k i
nlont. nraa' j K. 1 ,a iw.1 ana.
tractors.
Their aim, they said,, was
present Panama with a pre-fab-
ricated house not only suited to
tropical climate, but at such a
low cost that it could be placed
within, the reach of low income,
groups through a financing plan.
Until the two union oiuciais
5 arrived on the isthmus, no word
had been mentioned earlier as
to the i AFL-CIO's intentions
concerning the new projects -It
is understood that Zander
and Carroll will submit their
report to Washington. The on-
Ion there ; will then decide
whether or not te re ahead
with tbe project, based e the
visiting officials recommenda-
tlonsvj,.. 1 '-
Zander- was originally ached-,
uled to-tay on the Isthmus until
Wednesday; but because of other
commitments, It was understood
he will leave tomorrow nlgnu
Carroll win remain several days.
They expect to meet other union
representatives tomorrow.
Japanese Students
Threaten Britain a
With 'New Taipei
TOKYO, Juna (UP) Jspa Jspa-nese
nese Jspa-nese students marched on thee
British Embassy again today te
protest the hydrogen bomb tuts,
and leaders threatened a "new Tai Taipei"
pei" Taipei" antes Britain baits its Paci Pacific
fic Pacific blasts.
Police wore alerted to expert an
ontlaarht of about 5 Due atadonts
but only a handful of b a n a e r r-waving
waving r-waving demonstrator turned up at
tbe embassy eompownd.
A spokesman for the irna3
group threatened a "new Ti p-t""
when he was received, by K. W.
Selby. eennsenor of the ejnhr.
and C F.-Kiii. eoMasy seereta-
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COMMISSARY GOODS AND COLON
Sirs:

This is my second letter exposing those that cry about Com Commissary
missary Commissary goods entering Colon and how much business they are
losing meanwhile, they themselves purchase- commissary goods.
There Is a certain administrator of a super market who re

cently complained about contraband goods entering uoion. wen,
sir, have you ever checked on your own mother to see where she
buys her cigarettes. J will tell you right here that she buys three
or four cartons each week at the places where she plays bingo
In the various C.Z. clubs. You should clean your house first men
you can pass on to the ether man.
The greedy merchants said that their sales have dropped
but not one, not even the Chamber of Commerce, has tried to

Ilnd a justified reason. Don t you people realize tnat since me
various activities have closed on the Canal zone that there Is a
lower purchasing power even lower than when we had privileges.
I guess that this is too high for you to see. No wort, equals no
money v.'hlch equaW no purchasing;
Another reason Is that we are now -using native products,
rice, banana, yucca etc., Instead of your second-rate canned
stuff. We purchase from the Chinese for we get .better and
cheaper foodstuff than front'; your markets. -..

elephant so you will have to remain With it. How can about 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 Canal Zone employes out-purchase 050,000 people in Panama.

BASEBALL BROADCASTS

Observer

Sir: '-c-Ay
JBasebaUtanr in this area have, for .several years past, been
treated to ft broadcast of ft game In either the National or Amer American
ican American Leacmes during the season. These Karnes follow a schedule

which appears in the local press. Broadcasts are made, as a rule, j.ooo a year by fixing Junior's

By VICTOR RIESEL

It s only natural for a success

ful and wealthy lather to take ius

sou inio uie uasinesb, t niiica it

exactly wnat Dave Beck, m., did
with 35-year-old xave Beck,' vr

Senior took tus boy into toe busi

ness tho union business by ap appointing
pointing appointing lura an international or organizer
ganizer organizer for the Teamsters Broth Brotherhood
erhood Brotherhood at a salary of $15,000 a

yean Plus, of course, the expens

es Denning sucn an m-auous iu
which sometimes kept the younger

man in Europe's best hotels where

tne plumbing is just not what it

should be.

It cad be revealed here that

Junior is still on the payroll: at
$300 a week, but I can't tell you

wnetDer no enarend thai Rrnthor.

hood for1 his swift and futile trip

inio uanaaa 10 escape tne senate

racketDusting committee s subpe-

na.

The elusive scion of I a b o r's
first tycoon has bean on the pay payroll
roll payroll since 152, when Senior took
over the national presidency, al although
though although Junior never even oris-',
nized a hike.
Through these arduous year a.

Junior released the tensior. of late

morning ruing by tripling or, qua quadrupling,
drupling, quadrupling, who knows, as a part partner
ner partner and business executive of sev several
eral several firms, including the one which
gave him a nickel for each case
of beer sold.

Decs senior aDDOinted Junior a

union organizer, oy virtue, if you

wiu excuse me tne word in this
context, of the power vested in
the Brotherhood's president by Ar Article
ticle Article S, Section 1 (e) of the con constitution
stitution constitution which says: "Organizers
while working under orders of the
General President shall be paid a
sum, fixed, by the General Presi.
dent at a rate not to exceed lai..

000 per year."

At that Senior saved the union

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Walter Winchell In New York

MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY

of daylight games only; when there Is no day game the broad

casts are canceled. ;
The broadcasts so far' this season have been something of
A disappointment for the fans, due to the frequent interruptions
and poor reception. The announcer at the Fort Clayton studio
of CFNvWhen the cacaohony of noise over, the radio gets too
oud, comes m with the statement that due to atmospheric con conditions
ditions conditions in this area the broadcast would have to be suspended
temporarily.
Sometime the suspension is temporary and sometimes per permanent
manent permanent The baseball fan may get an Inning r so at the start
la spite of the noise, and then he may not. CFN then calmly an announces
nounces announces that It will go cm with a program, of music, canned or
otherwise.- Now if the CFN announcers believe -that canned
music will satisfy a dyed-in-the-wool baseball fan they should

be undeceived., wo such ian gives a wnoop arjout music wubu

baseball la on tap,. f
It is hard to believe that "atmospheric condittona,, are al altogether
together altogether responsiblei. The Isthmus had fceen having one of Its

longest dry seasons Of record -with a dear, rree-oi-moisiure air,
yet the broadcast interruption Occurred Just the same.
This writer hai'llatfnod'.to. these baseball broadcasts a cou couple
ple couple of seasons now and dm in 1954 he missed not more than hall
a dozen of them and tor the,,'' of theai month period he
cannot recall toiota tfiift tousv v mterr' Jtiona, and those ft
short duration? aHrpljrJhefe) anot be such(4 wide difleence In
atmosoherle conditions between 4950 and so far In 1857. 2!,

The baseball-loving public appreciates these broadcasts but

hopes there is some way mo service can oe improved jo enaoic
listeners to hear the games according .to announcement. n
'::-'r Baseball Fan V.

Sir

, SAME OLD FACESK

fi,

Seems to me it's bad enough to force on the bored reading
public day after day pictures of the same old faces, but to pose
said famQlar physiognomies forever in front of tne same grand grandfather
father grandfather clock Is Just too much to stomach.
' Fick un the Panama American,; pick uo the Star and Herald,

f pick up the PanCanfti Review and you can always be sure of one
t thing your tired old eyes will be treated to the same old slgnt,
v to wit: The face of the Governor; the face of .the clock, and per per-3
3 per-3 haps ft couple of strained looking Zonians reaching for a piece
of parchment. -, -'

Ut S cnange our DacKgrouna, n no more.
Bored Stiff

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salary under the limit.

This being a new Job in 19 52,
Beck Sr. just didn't want Junior
to be lonely. So he also appointed
two of Junior's friends as organis organisers
ers organisers in the same price range with
expenses attached. They were
Mrs. Beck's nephew, Joseph Me Me-Avoy,
Avoy, Me-Avoy, and friend, Jack Stackpoole.
Now it so happened that the u u-nion
nion u-nion was a little over-staffed In

we organizing field for the!

raumeni oacK were in 1952. So
Senior found a mighty important

BBignineni ior tne two pals. This
was all mental, mlnrf VAIl Ha.lr

assigned the men to survey liters-

i j nunncs ana its reading habits
to discover Just what impact the
Teamsters' magazine was having
on the public, the truck drivers
and, the opinion makers.
"ft muerkave been quite tori
vey, for it lasted until recently
when Beck switched task for
the two. ",r
Senior ordered them te body.
did. They are still en the Team'
tors' payroll. ..
. Bejj'1 hd a little difficul difficulty
ty difficulty collecting their wages these
past two month because Teamt
Seeretary-Treasurw- Jnhn vL

afLtm iepUced Bwk the
nil P ,5xecuve Council, sud suddenly
denly suddenly decided that they couldnt
be found. Junior .nrl m. a :

toto hiding last inontt when the
Senate committo i...j ...u

uicre was just no sense in
tosWng out checks for men who
.eooWn-t be found -nywhe Where
In the past, Beek .Sr. used to
Pick up Junior's check as sort of
a personal service for the lad
Bern a smart business man
Beck Sr. decided that th ,ifest
place for this money was a
vault So he would caTb'juSor's
check and put the money away
for J sunny day at the t7el
track, or m Europe. Just in case

u V '"rgeacy and the
Beeks found they had to soead
their own dollars. a
And this could happen. It might
have occurred in Eurooe a 1
yrs back when SnToMoo'k Ju
wr on an i!l.rr...

&1tSS? or 0Uwr
It the Senate committee has the
toe it will ask Junior abZ hi.
contributions to th. J .r'

. ui i.ixm.wo Team Team-I
I Team-I 7f h did for them for th,
to with toehnlealltlee whil ft
Sft 5S2.WM ",r m!m

Dear WW: Yankees' star Billy

Martin says thanks for inviting
him with you on the town when
you thought he looked lonely the

other night. But since the copam
cident he must be in bed by mid'

night or suffer a fine. He said the

headlines made his mother cry.

That he feels awful for H a n k

sauer, wno was neiping nim cel

ebrate his birthday. I asked Billy

if he Aeard anyone make an in insulting
sulting insulting remark about Sammy, Da

vis, Jr. who was doing his act at
the time. Martin said someone (not
ft the Yankees table) called Sam Sammy
my Sammy a "Mau-Mau" but that nobody
wanted to make a fight out of it.
m The Mickey Cohen-Mike W a t

lace comments about the L6s An Angeles
geles Angeles police heads will probably
raise premiums on libel-insurance

again. Things seem to have chang changed
ed changed somewhat since you were call called
ed called :too controversial f r I
; v,:, i.,- i..
The friends of NinI )ye (for (former
mer (former wife of Baron Thyssen) be believe
lieve believe romance with Sadruddin

Khan (the Aga's youngest boy) is

over, ue s oeen with his mater in
Southern France since early A A-priL
priL A-priL Nina's been in Paris all that
time and he didn't bother to see

her, they say. .1 hear the late

Marquis de Portago's very weal

thy mother may send bundles cf

money to the families of t h 0 s a
killed when the Marouis lost eon.

rroi ot ius racer. .Linda, Chris Christian's
tian's Christian's other admirer, Belgian ten-

mstar rnmp washer, flew to Ma-

aria to .onsoie ner.

The 'Earl of Carnarvon-aoeialita

Ann Hunt wedding plans apparent apparently
ly apparently have hit a snag. .The date was
May 1. After almost ten years
apart Duke E 1 1 1 n g t o n's No.. 1
trumpeter (Shorty Baker) and Ma-

ry Lou Williams will make It le legal.
gal. legal. .It will be a Fall wedding

tor nancy itovard and uavia wii wii-son.
son. wii-son. His grandad was U. S. Am

bassador to Mexico. .Bruce. Ca Cabot,
bot, Cabot, a long time abroad, is expect expected
ed expected to return with a bride. She

may be Italian actress Olga Villi

a former Countess. ... Lorraine

Manville's moat attentive beau
(since she filed for divorce from

Chas. Baxter) is Cornelius Dres-

selhuys, her former husband.

' Guv Mitchell and his D a n 1 s h

bride win part tor a iewweKs.
She must go to Canada so she
can re-enter here under, the Can

adian quota and be a come a Yank

.They'd appreciate, a une on

that r-t to stop. wild rumors.:...

Bex Harrison .will, be NBC's host

for the Ford. spectacular: In Sept

To launch their new model,, the
Edsel. Every' narrator in, show

wacmNfiTOTJ Texas'.; Sen.

Lyndon Johnson, the astute ana
charming Democratic leader, has
mrsnmiva wav of putting his

nose almost against another Sen-

ator'Si then telling mm now mucn
he loves him and how Important

it is to work together. Lyndon was

busier than a bird dog doing this
during' the debate on cutting the
U.S. information tAgency p budget

recently.- 'A T'i::i,-Ai':& :'V

- 'i'wa nuddles were esDecially sig

nificant. They were with sen. jac

Kennedy of Massachusets. wnos

been boomed as vice presidential

runnins mate with Lyndon in

I960;, and Sen. Joe Clark of Pen Pennsylvania,
nsylvania, Pennsylvania, second Democratic ma mayor
yor mayor to be elected in Philadelphia
since the Civil Wat. v
. Previously Clark and Kennedy

had challenged Johnson's steam steamroller
roller steamroller tactics in cutting the; U.S.
information budget. Johnson pre presided
sided presided over the appropriations hear hearings
ings hearings on the U.S. Information A A-tency,
tency, A-tency, printed some 1,200 pages of
testimony, then expected his col colleagues
leagues colleagues to read it and vote intel

ligently in less than 24 hours.

HOT INTERCHANGE

" "The hearings comprise a book
of 1J231 paaes." complained Ken

nedy, "wnicn became available to

us on Monday.- i

"They became available this
morning," interjected -Senator

Smith of New Jersey, referring to

Wednesday. 1 1 i
"I would like to know how we
could be expected to know very

much about-the subject,'' ; conti continued
nued continued Kennedy.

"Are you questioning the Judge Judgement
ment Judgement of the committee?" shot
back Johnson. "If you'd been lis

tening you might learn somt
thing, ?'; '''

x t nava pen here ustenincj
for three hours," replied Ken Kennedy.
nedy. Kennedy. The Implication was that
he had learned little from John

biz hoped to get. that fancy pa;
inflftpot. .1 wondered what ha

pened to talented Joy p Hodges.

sne s tne insomniac aoim. tnose
Simonex TV commercial. .Mo .Movie
vie .Movie star Paul Newman, his es I
tranged .wife and, his girl friend

(Joanne Woodwat'd) an trying to

work out the divorce by going to
analysts. .Mrs.' Mel Torme isjll
which explains, the recent conclu-sion-Jumpirg.
'

troubles ,with the Investigating

LlSSL. on'. .oeech, (Part ef thla ex-

the same week hi ree'd t BenJ.
Franklin citation (for. Public

Service), from Illinois University.

change was later censored from

the Cengresional Record.)
Later Senator Clark ' expresed
the same, complaint, : ; ;
"I made every e n d e a v o r,
through the efforts of my s t a f f

ttneivni m as tt tVn Mat A hhUa ak

Hoffman"
h t.ir. ..f but I was unable to obtain them.'?

John Crosby mentioned Helen
Morgan's area! cenerositv when

neien was

Irv

suaded her to take out an annul
ty. Broker Max Reibeisen arrant

ed one with N.Y. Life. Ten years

later, wnen me policy matured,
Max. urged her to buy a guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed lifetime annuity. But Helen
insisted a lump sum be eiven to

her and she got a check for $75, $75,-000.
000. $75,-000. .Within one week she cava

away or spent ail or, it .cosmn

poUtah's August issue will be de
voted to tht. "Author! Author!'

crowd., .Lena Home's' little -eirl

(now 20) gets her first TV roll

ayn.iext month. .The reason actress

atevote on this before any Sena

tor could posimy reaa the near-i
ings. ... I
in contrast, Rep.s John BooneyJ
Brooklyn Democrat,, held 41 days
of careful hearings,, stuck to; pro4
paganda problems, ,4 not politics j

sIA can still function with his re re-commenaea
commenaea re-commenaea $105,000,000.

" nm auuiuuu B CU( flOWn .', to
C8U lyui nruui .nm. II .,

t.,.,.w. uun vt me most lm lm-pqrUnt
pqrUnt lm-pqrUnt U.S. propaganda in the
coid war will be eliminated just as
Russia is stepping up its cold-war

MODERN vs OLD GUARD 'OOF

Bill I&iowland of 'California- the

experienced iiepuDlican s e n a t

icauer. was ueuaiiHB r r 0 n m

Dick Neuberger, the Oregon Dem-

wr,r ai tne recent jnaianapolis
Gridiron Club dinner. Knowland
cmaed Neunerser on th faM h.f

the Democratic party was sp 1 i t
wluleL there was no, split among
Republicans.. i, ,.

Right," replied Neuberger.
There is no split amona? the Rn.

uuueans. xneyre alt against lib.

erau legislation. f,.v f,.v-.
. f,.v-. "The only difference b c t w

modern Republi cans and Old
Guard Republicans is that -.- Old
Republicans both sneak and vnt

against liberal legislation, w h i 1 e
modern Republicans only vote a
gainst it."

NICARAGUAN rLOT. '-

Only eight month atw n'm.

guan dictator Somou'i death
fronv an assasin's bullets, the Cu Cu-ban
ban Cu-ban Government ha. p r i v a t e 1 y

wxueu ma son ana successor,
President Luis Somoi th.r hi.

life may now be In danger. :

Oeoa. mv fault: aoddv.

Deniae ColleUe (of The

We said

Follies

was the dghtr of the wrong Papa

Her Daddy is Albert Schwing, a
traffic cop, .Dorothy Shay phon phoned.
ed. phoned. You told her to remind 'you

wnen Ketty Lester, a singer, open
ed here. She's at the Village Van Vanguard.
guard. Vanguard. May be the iSlut Angel
next .'.Yes, it's true about Look's
exec Shap Shapiro and his wife.
Separated, ho divorce planned at
this time. .Friends of Marilyn's
husband (Arthur: Miller) say he

will write a play about his curren

Geraldine' Brook, can be foun

rouna tne Steve Allen a hew

Herb Sargent, one of the writ

Johnson refilled that Clark

should tave asked him direct.
However, this' is no t the job of a
Senator He is supposed to have
hearings of important bills .sent

him automatically several day.,

u not a weex, in aayance in order

toote mtemgently

. ina truth, la

were not printed jt .di

mght, were notf ired to Can

toi rim untu Ttwfday, and most
Senator. ,did not see them, until

weanesaayjmorning, the day .they

neyr 10 vote. f? y,
"The fact that none irf th sPn

aiors nave nad time to read the

many page, of testimony to cut

tne neart out of an agency which
is ; viUl to the country's .interests
is almost Irresponsible-," complain-

eu oeaaior wise.ot ew Jersey.
RepubUcan; I '.

Later, Johnson was seen hud;

The Cubans clum' to hava:-tin.

covered an asassination plot a-1
gainst the younger Somoia. They
have even forwarded picture, to
Nicaragua of two Latin i.nm.

named Hernandez and Policarpo
allegedly have been paid to
kill the new Nlcaraguan chief.

I ne gunmen reportedly are
travelling en Dominican Rapub.
lie- passports, though the Cubans
did not suggest that dictator

Trufllo's government has any
thing to do with the alleged plot.
Young Somoza wa. inaugurated
as Nicaragua's President :, .earlier
last month. He has already order.

ed minor reforms and is consider

ed more Democratic than his lata
father,, '..

service

of the times

indeed.

l l mmi s

JUNE.
16th ."'

tVORKED nARD...
FOR YOUR MONEY?

Then
male If
work
v
for you I

s vy

'- A mil lion Acnericinj fcive found t way to
put their moQcy to work productively
for added income to jive it chance to
trowrhroufh letected Muttiai Funds. 1
. For jn the aoswer cosy be to actum ula ula-"
" ula-" tioo plan Ac in vestment of tmall turns
out of income. Many Mutual Funds have have-such
such have-such p!aas-o help jroo invest as lirde er
V u much as you wish each rnondi.
tCe'II be !ad to help you ret-the most
from four earned dollars. Phone or writ
today for details.
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i

Pattl Page was forced out ?o
the last show at the Latin Casino
PhiUy, because of severe largyngi
Us. First time she ever missed a
performance.' .Norma Douglas is

back from Buffalo, where The dling with, Democrat. Clark ami

....-r-r. v rvenneay. ne told HiemJ

Ass'n of here sent Sl.000 from It
recent Jy-Line Ball for the Rur-'
yon Cancer Fund. .Lynn Stanton
auditioned as the vocallure for
Richard Maltby's band, which'U
make a national tour. .1 was son

ry to see "Livin' The Lift" cloM nf Oreeon stoo T !' "euDer
at The Phoenix. These youngsters Se MwerfSf.,?.VOte ',lnrt
deserved a better fate. A lot bet 'crtticleader'nsP?i8lV! 5em 5em-ter,
ter, 5em-ter, in my opinion, than some -cf cr?uc, le,der Senate. j,
rtVL- the truth v. Lyndon (
Harper and Brothers will mihlia'i

Ben, Hecht's book about Charlie! """."!?son. not tell Ms

am Mat

ately. this was a naruxi.l

thfL ubcom.
mittee which recommended girt,
ting the U.S. Information Agen Agency
cy Agency he must have their vote. He
.9 it. .. i

fLl??'.Pemocrat''Neerger

MacArthur. hi. long-time collabo

rator, June 19. The advance copy

just came in. It contain, a lot of

the wit Charlie and Ben swapped
with Alex Woollcott, Gene Fowler
George Gershwin. Dorothy Parker
Noel Coward and the Marx Bros
. .A committee of 18 now r n n a

The Communist Party. They meet

once a montn. jtext date is.Ju-a
9. .Wm. Z. Foster, former cha
man, is now "Chairman Emeri
tus." He and, Eugene Dennis have
broken openly. .Geo. M. Cohan
Jr. and his sister Mary wrote the
book for a musical show. Mainly

aooui weir taientea latner.
The Dr. Albert Schwtitzer artl
cle, "If World Fails To End H

Tests" (which ran The Daily

worxer;, was reprinted in leaflet

coiieaauua was th, r..

f5tU,.n Penting his demand
th1a,tnth VS1A bude"e Wtted!
un at least t h r e e important
points, Johnson deliberately mir.
led ledow senators. Tney were:
h He charged that the USIA was
competing with American p t e s sa
competing with American pres.
associations, when two letters had
oeen reaa in the Hearings, from
the Associated rresa anu the in
ternational News Service, stating
this was not the case.
h j1 rged that USIA had
added 200 press employes, wnen
actually it employee Mi Filipino
and Lebanese printers and book book-mnde.
mnde. book-mnde. nipubusu pripaganoa a
Manial and Beirut,
S. Johnaon accuaed USIA of

rrT a wee on a la

oui. or tocai Keas. .A survey

by the communists themselves re reveals
veals reveals that nearly all the comrades

in Bonon are college people.

form and widely distributed In St'band Tv nrocram in

Louis by local Red A nmrn ahu ti- .k n .

uo puot anows on only
ly only had been staged in Mexico City.
However, Senators who had no

Actre.. Elaine Strich. I hear, via-'nn mZZLZZ ??""n na

tted The Vatican between seeneslw.. not tallta? thTtJum
of "Fwell To Arm. The S.r- what JohZL Sd teU toem and
di s crowd wonder if it means she told them eloouenSv w t
and actor Ben Gazzara will be a- USIA was headed hi ?i5.m t 1
ble to marry. Bea was divorced jxbVhiJlZ h
a year a to. .The Kenny Broa.' !T-..!. n,ern P-

loM hit "Love Letters In Th T. 1 P" HiiL

Sand,". Is now tied (in 1st place) L-non aat It. v'
With Presfev's "All Shnok tin 'rl"OI, te the 'El-

- r acunower Din a m n

. .Fran Warren resume, as Um'J'"1"' Rt
lead in the touring Paiamai. tniim bu! ,ooUsftl delivered
Game" at JUcaaVcity: 1 lJ?!5h.t? Haw.U

Geraldine Paige may return to

the Broadway lights ia "The

Stronges." It U luted for Fall
production.' .Georgia Rockefeller
will marry J. Harden Rose June

2. according to her gal paur a

round A.manoo'a. -Bo bo Rocke-l

feller is ever her flu attack. Those

daily bokavs are from M. Fa bray.

. J thought I, saw Ana Woodward
(whose husband wa. accidentally
.hot dead ia their home) at the

tod and M a d i o a Hamburger

Heaven. Very attractive pereoo,
. .Erria Preaiey's annuities guaran guarantee
tee guarantee hisa S50Q a week for life aft

er his S3tb year. .This is also

Fata Domino's year. He is ooH

28. Just got his royilt? check
(SSS.OOCt for the first S month of

ST. .Editors now raipw

blasting the New DeaL A man who

Deaa 10 get sppropriauons from a
Democratic Con grass doesat
mike such a speech.
Johnson tore him te
Meee. an cemmlttoe heaHnga.
carcety M m testify, put mi mi-We.
We. mi-We. ahead ef aa,., antJ
the Imoortance It plays Or the
!!Ir W,L: Ltrtom w wit.
TV,"1 firt a-laee but when
rigT
Then Johnaon cut almnt m n..

eent out ef the LSU budget re request
quest request and demanded that the Sen-

gens fooled them acain. Their r.

wed each other flash srcarentlv

waa to promote hi. new Lira th

name ef which will coat the unit!

Bartok and ojtjiuaband Kurt Jur-rte Teur Girl Friday,

Canal Zone Resident

. .Military, Personnel
. tt
V Aiding 'n the Canal Zone

f t or .n Panama)

mm youh
IliSUMCE
AS LITTLE AS
$6oo
PER MONTH
' FOR s..';
FULL COMPREHENSIVE
; AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE COVERAGE
Pay M down when taking
eat policy budget balance
of payments ever months.
TAKE AS LONG AS -10
MONTHS TO PA YI

General Ajcnfs for
United States
FideGty & Guaranty Co.
'P CALL PAXAMA
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P. O. Ex SC5, Panama



Sk'fef.Vaultf Being Tested

lnrOperatiotv 'Plumbbpb'

' Edwin U Mosler, Jr., president the opinion that "it i necessary
of the Mosler Safe Company, to obtain more information ai.to

protection will withstand the s nu-

(which has- bm&fWgJ.

years) announcea vouy

Boydi Brewers, inc.,
..tit.tivaa in Panama, that tne

strength and protection qualities of
vault safe will be P"0 un"
clear explosion test atth Nevada
,v T,.,i nrnunri nf the Atomic

' Energy Commission at Nevada in
' conjunction with the: Civil Defense
Administration. rV,
- This test which represent an in-
vestigation of the degree re resistance
sistance resistance of the matemU con construction
struction construction against a .close range
nuclear explosion; will be ;wndurt-.
ed because of the interest of banks
" and insurance companies in pro-,
t.otinv thir documents and Iiies

' of extreme value and importance.

'Mosler said the company- has
been cooperating with the.direc.
i tors of the Civil Defense Adminis Administration
tration Administration in a series of tests of sim-

" ilar nature for the past; tntie

years. The Mosler activity in the

field oi atomic uers w
1937 when the company, together
- with Prof. E. 0. Lawrence, won
the Nobel prire for their parcipa parcipa-tion
tion parcipa-tion in the construction of one of
the first cyclotrons used for the
separation of the atom.
The structure, to be tested con consists
sists consists of a vault, safe, especially
designed and constructed of, steel
' and sealed with a reinforced door
tlO inches thick. ("Century"' mod-
Tl)i" A ,3 & 1 -)''' k
. -Inasmuch as thelKoslef vault
- safe resisted xthe first atomic ex ex-i
i ex-i plosion of Hiroshima, Mosler Is of

rleir efefcts under the more pre

cise conditions of controlled tests:
' These tests will "indicate the
extent to which the heat and pres pressure
sure pressure of the explosion will affect
the structure which has been de designed
signed designed to successfully give effec effective
tive effective protection against a nuclear
explosion,;: Mosler ,,ivt'i.'.?4
Based upon existing data; of nu nuclear
clear nuclear : effects on present weapons
and advanced engineering knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, thr vault should, effectively
rit : f nuclear explosion.

There is ia possibility ? that the

heat and pressure may cause

certain damage ana aisngunuwn
to the structure. Nevertheles it
is also believed that the v limited
damage anticipated has, been ac accurately
curately accurately estimated.-. The additional
data which will be obtained as a
result of these tests will augment
known engineering knowledge and
aid in achieving adequate protec protection
tion protection for life and property. 4

1 Other important projects in en engineering
gineering engineering which have been accom accomplished
plished accomplished by the Mosler Contpany
are the design and construction of
the world's largest, vault safes for
the National Archives of Washing Washington
ton Washington in 1950. v T h i s installation,
which weighs 50 tonsprotects the
most valuable documents of the
nation the Constitution, the Bill of
Rights, the Declaration of Inde Inde-pendence.The
pendence.The Inde-pendence.The company has a I s o
constructed the vaults which pro protect
tect protect the nation's gold at Fort
Knox. h, i ri 1

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COMPLETE RESTYLING is done to Mrs. O. Maduro by leading hairdresser Mr. Frederick here
on agoodwill tour sponsored by Helen Curtis beauty -products. A hairstyle show was held
last night at El Panama. ' ..',-'

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In Pushbulfcn War;
Lord Tedder Skies

TORQUAY; England, June 3 3-(UP)
(UP) 3-(UP) The airman will be just as
necesary in a pushbutton war as
he was in the days of the Battle of
Britain, retired Marshal of the

Royal Air Force Lord Tedder said

today. 1 i
Tedder told a conference of the
Royal Air F ore e Association,
which haa. worried that hundreds
of British airmen will become "re "redundant"
dundant" "redundant" in the age of guided mis missiles,
siles, missiles, t'the idea that we are all go going
ing going to. sit in dugouts and press buU

tons is just fantasy." ,
"Take my word for it." he' said.

"there are going to be airplanes
and the military airplanes too as
far ahead as we can see.-' He add added
ed added that any changes would be "e "e-volutionary
volutionary "e-volutionary rather than revolution

ary." f, ; -Tedder
commented about missil

es after the association called for
a study of its employment serv services
ices services "to ensure that the maximum

assistance be given to all ex-R.A.F.
and W.R.A.F. personnel In the ev

ent of redundancy becoming a na national
tional national problem.", f j ,

An effective remedy For

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: Thlf nccelltnt anUiapUe. kn tt n
throughout th Amtricu u MOONE

EMERALD OIL, It so Hactiv In the
trntmont of ikln dlscties that : the
Itching of cnm atopi with tht tint
low application --i
MOONE EMERALD OIL ta haimlau

and ploaaant to use and la auch a pow powerful
erful powerful and penetrating antiaepUe that
even the most, stubborn cases respond
to its affects. Iff on sal at all drug-
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prayer during a "fast-breaking festival" in Woking, England Moslem? from southern England flocked to mosque.,. on a 6et FUm ls one fibout iranSport trucks.

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MONDAY, JUNE S, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT' DAILY "NEWSPAPER
- page rm

7.1 tiling Tim?

I ; Answer to fWiou Puzzle

, ACROSS 4MoreusuBl J, Jt fT
i K Innlm Oil I 1

s V 1 Tim. period
- 4 Time cutest t..ti

-Bin quick time wFlnWT
. 12 Exist SDeadV4.
' , 13 Prayer endk. ttMte&
' 14 Singing voice mrcnu.k mh'

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s;iEc:t Gcnr.::n Girls C'rdda Chcnco

To Dcrp'Fsts As Cch" Secretary ;,

' 20 British
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iarewem

' 19 Woody slants 28 Otherwise 42 Selves

23 Wireless eiwui. muijt la
9i Proriatnrr 31 Eagle' nests" California

21 Go astray animal 83 Dams 44 Impediment
, 22 Spoken 25 Russian city Water nymph 46 Jason's ship-1
,'24 Had on jfl Priseilla's '40 Musical 47 Uncovered
, Rjssian sea joftn r Instrument -. 48 Male deer
. 27 Suffix 27 Same '-41 Hemp 60 Three (prefix)
30 Trying ...

experience
32 rVaste time

34 Rented ,,

'T: "'. '' A 1 .t -4.

36 Soar. 1
A 37 Nevada city
' 39 Leg Joint

, i40 Twining plant

41 Placed

. 42 Follow
43 Dried grapes.
49 Mob men
,51 Carve
' 52 Jewel
' ,53 Baltic gulf

' Oklahoma
- 65 Stuffing
, r Ingredient
86 Sacred image
67 Limb- 1
DOWN,
1 1 Move rapidly

S Region
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f today y

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Mrs. Allan Burial
, ites 'At Corozal

Set for Wednesday By British

fAttlee, 44 Others

Flown To Belgrade

tine

Mrs. Alexander Allant resident
of Panama City died, last night in
1 Gorgas Hospital. r

ijunal services will be held flight

, neuncsaay ai j:ao p.m. at Coro-
i" Mrs. ,AHaa -wis a member of St.
Paul's Church. She is survived by
ildren:-, Georgej Norman and
Miriaw,, and three grandchildren.

BERLIN, June 3 (UP) The

best paying jobs for women in tne

Soviet Zone are going begging.

.' In Communist East Germany

no one wants to be the boss sec
retarv.

' The job is turned down: by East

German women despite the high

pay and a very good change of

marrying tne boss.

It's considered more dangerous

than mountain climbing. in a blu
zard. t-"-y ':,--':X'rw. 'a, y'i,' '-

Many secretaries have gotten a
bonus of imprisonment or even

death. They either shared the fate

of their bosses when the ; boses

fell from grace, or they were

made scapegoats in the intrigue

so common in cpmmunist nations.
, ', In most nations the ob of
. retaryjp the Premier or foreign
minister would be sought after.
BuHn East Germany, they don't
last long enough to gather Ma Material
terial Material for their memoirs. '- t-f-r

Premier Otto Grotewohl's first
secretary. Else Neueebauer: was

jailed in 1949 on undisclosed chare-

es ana nag not been heard from

Since.;-C:i .njivj ViZWyi
Her successor, E Hi- Barczatis,
was beheaded for alleged espion espionage
age espionage last year at the age jof 43.
Deputy Premier Otto Nuschke's
secretary, Eva Engmann, got lz
years imprisonment in 1952 at the
age of 23.;;:;; :: r-;i (:, m-
When foreign-Minister G e org
Dertinger was arrested as spy
in 1953 the secret police not only
arrested his secretary at the time
but the girl who used to be his
secretary, too. f-'h'.ii
, Two ether secretaries now are
In communist ails awaiting tri trial,
al, trial, according te the West Car.

LONDON, June '3 (UP) -inaugurated
nlanp jiArviVo t Tnm.

munist ; Eastern Europe with a
flight carrying former Prjime Min Minister
ister Minister Clement Attlee and 44 other

passengers to Belgrade.

Earl; Attlee, accompanied by

ms wue, saia ne would visit
Yugoslav President Tito. ',: ',

man government They are the
secretaries to Reconstruction
Minister Heinz Winkler and de deputy
puty deputy Coal and Power Minister
Rolf Jeczmionka.

The secretary to Fritz Selbmann

before he was promoted from Hea

vy Indystry Minister to Deputy

vy Industry Minister to Deputy

a driver s mistake.

Johanna Buechner, Selbmann's
secretary, was being taken under

guard from East Berlin to a Dres

den jail when the driver by mis-

take drove into west Berun. ane

shouted for help and West Berlin

police freed her. ,
Those who don't get arrested ap appear
pear appear to marry the bos.
Among the East German leaders
who have married their secreta secretaries
ries secretaries are Communist Party leader
Walter Ulbricht, Premier Grote Grote-waohl,
waohl, Grote-waohl, Defense Minister Willi
Stoph, Transport Minister ; Erwin
Kramer and Health Minister Luit Luit-pold
pold Luit-pold Steidle. (
Army Slates Three
New Study Classes
The Fort Clayton 'Army Educa Education
tion Education Center has announced three

new off-duty group study, clases
n Bllf tVl ArtK nviSna kImha

try and mechanical drawing.

auio mecnimci and plane geo geometry
metry geometry .will begin Monday, June 10,
at 7 p.m. and will meet each Mon

day from 7 to 3 P.m. for an eight.

week period. Mechanical drawing
will start Tuesday evening, June
11, at 7 and will continue each Tues
day for eight weeks. ,

HAM AND EGGS There's no thought of fowl play on this farm near Four Oaks, N.C., where
hen and sow call barnyard truce to settle down for a nap In the warm spring iunshine

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16th

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- wUl start June 8th a.m. for BEGINNERS
at Balboa YM.CA.
LATIN AND ADVANCE CLASSES 1
In Rock n Roll, Bop ft Dig with
; FLIPS AND LIFTS
" will be held at WIRZ STUDIO '
, Thqrsday, June 13th, 10:00 a.m.
V i Classes are atill open. For further information
call Balboa t-4239
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MONDAT,' JUNE S, 195X

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' LOVELY JUNE BRIDE Mrs. Paul MOser, the former Miss Erin Maragem Branham became;
E tnt bride of Mr. Paul Moser at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, Balboa Saturday afternoon.
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ITAmwiAMBASSADTVgfVcEm CTLEBRATE
ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY -OF- Rit'BLIO OfTlTAL r. ;
Th Ambassador of Itslj Dr. RJcardo Moeeatl and Mrs. Mos Mos-caU
caU Mos-caU far a reception at ths Embassy for members of the Italian
Colony in Panami yesterday' to celebrate the 11th" Anniversary
of .the founding of the Italian Republic. r

and Mrs l!vr IDghtower, Lt. CoL
snd Mrs. F. B. Simmons Jr., Lt
Cdr. T. J. Emmett, U.S.N. and

Hall Ml rarewell At
Quarry Heights Officers' Club
. Quarry Heights' Officers Club
was the scene of a gay "Hail and
Farewell" party Saturday night.
; Being welcomed were Brig. Gen.

Capt. and Mrs. L. C. Wooten. Fare Farewells
wells Farewells .were said to Msj. Gen. and

Mrs. E. P. Richter, USAF, Lt. Col i-tMFeir second child, a daughter

and Mrs. B. Watsorf, Lt Col.
and Mrs. J. Fears, UAF, MaJ.
and Mrs. S. Coffin and Lt. Cdr.
and Mrs. C. H. Hoke. f
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- Lucho Azcsrraga, who has. Just
returned from a Stateside vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, played for dancing. ''

Mrs. and Mrs. Danielsen Announce

Birth Of Daughter
,: Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Daniel Daniel-sen
sen Daniel-sen of Gatun announce the birth of

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. A WIDOW who has done a fine
ob of making a satisfactory life
or herself has this advice for

vidows who are physically and

manually able to completely re

organize their lives, when they

ire ie ,aione. f i
"If the house you are livins in

is too large for you or-df it is in
an inconvenient or lonely location,

choose your; new; neighborhood

carefully vWi:,-'S;is:'!'Z &

'Take into consideration such

facts as whether or not there are

other, older persons' in the ; neigh
borhood.1 A neiehborhood consist

ing entirely of young couples with
young children, busy with the ma many
ny many demands upon their t i m e,
could be a rather lonely place for

the older person, living alone.
. "Also. try to pick a neiehbor

hood that is convenient to town

or within easy walking distance of

shopping center. It will make

life easier for you, a fact that will
become increasingly important the

longer you live.
"Once you have moved into your
new neighborhood, make every
effort to become a real part of it.

Be ulck to invite the casual eaU- trips, to the West,

Gere.:.! Prcbjknl

IDisfcap Cri!::izc$ ..V

Red D:n On Travel

BERLIN. June 3 (UP) Evan

gelical Bisnop otto Dibeuus in I

I sermon in East .Berhn- today crl

tizied a Communist ban on student

er in for a cup of. tea or coffee

Have treats on hand for the chil

dren.

' v. SHOW THE WAY

TO FRIENDSHIPS

"OVERLOOK small annoyances,

Dibelius said the ban filled him

with 'sorrow and pam.
He said it was extremely regret

table' that the East German Gov
ariiment in announcing the ban de

scribed West Germany as Part icf

t.hft "pnvmv fnvoitfn.nntinns

Cheria Lee Saturday at Coco Solo

Hospital.

Maternal grandparents are Mr,

and Mrs. Waiter a. Daniels of Be

11a Vista, Panama. i

Paternal grandparents are Mr.

and Mrs. H, J. Davidson of Park

Ridge, 111. , : j

Branaham-Meser Weddina :

Miss nn Margem Branham

became the bride of Mr. Paul

Moser at a double ring ceremony

Saturday afternoon, at the Redee

mer Lutheran Church, Balboa.

itev. Konert uusick officiated

asisted by Rev. Charles D. Mo

ser of Long Island, New York.

brother of the groom who came

nere tor the wedding. v

The bride, who was given in

marriage by Walter Peterson, was

lovely in a ballerine length gown
of white chantilly lace over taffe-

made with a fitted bodice and

sweetheart ; neckhne encrusted

with seed pearls and rhinestones.
The hemline of the sown was seal.

loped and the' long, sleeves came
to a point over the back of the
hand. Her fingertip veil was at attached
tached attached to a circle of orange blo blo-soms.
soms. blo-soms. She carried a bouquet of
sweetheart roses and Baby's
breath.

Mrs. Abbie da Linara s. the

gram of nuptial music and also
accompanied the soloist, Mrs.
Maxwell T. Smith, who sang O,
Perfect Love and The Lord's Pray-

The vows were taken before the

altar' beautifully decorated with

palms, whit gladioli and lilies, v

ane Dnoe'a only attendant was where."

in j. -j ..i

Me anoccasional late partV. lihu: ny

JS' ,,',l'llr with enmity and heigh-

, "Take everv ooDbrtunitv t ;rto amerences. .. , : ,

little kindnesses for your t helgh-l Dibelius is bishon of all nf Hmr.

v"AboveaU, don't be critical or Cal Churches ha is Nominal harf nf

bm-s. A wail t what you do not 0OW ,St T We,8t"

ffi ?, "reni,10 De Hit seat -is in West Berlin, but

That sTood a; '.M .'.i. he. ?CH Sunday of ev

needed, ince. each year XheU 3 Church "
so many widows faced with the ....

problem of tryhing to live alnne L.i." ,.""an?m.muni" V

and not be too lonely.- rS

. vn w ja.vv.ij utctll A1UJU C Vatll-
ing. the ,ban on trips to the West.

her niece, Miss Virginia Ann, Yoss,
of Fruithurst, Ala. Her dress was
of DuBarry, Rose taffeta with
matching accessories and she car

ried a bouquet of white roses cen

terea witn pmk carnations.
'?'.' I

mt Lu&e raiumno served as

best man. Ushers were Richard

Vonover ana xrtvor Simons.

I Sh2d6vs ;

Cajl Over IblyV

Republic Day Ribs

.VIEW tBOM THE PARK of The Mother Churchi: The' it
'isSTJ'SWiW today &

wi r rinna emuce i$ me extension. de-
dlcatea in 1906. Its; orgaji. which ha iVao i.r. T.
the largest church oreana in th

,tag buUding is ihe-orlgiHaTe
its own organ and rhime twr w oo, .wxwi

Christian Scientists Gather

For. Annual Meeting In Doston

The bride is the daughter of the
late Mn and Mrs, James M. Bran-

uam vi BamMon Ataoama
Mr. Moser is the son of Mrs

liam Moser of ; PotUviile, Penn

sylvania ana the late Mr, Moser.
3 Both the bride and groom are

witn ine aivision ot schools.-,

(Continue; on Page 7) v

NY Solon Asks jke

To Call Meeting j

Of Church Leaders

ROME, June 3 fUPV" Italian's

celebrated the 11th birthdav

and their Republic yesterday, but fate

yjl. oi weir government rested on Mo-

uarcnisis- -ana Fascists' support.

The paradoxical situation in the

nation's : Parhament east a nnliti.

cai snaaow over nationwide Repub Republic
lic Republic Day celebrations,; climaxed by

mamipoin mmtary parade down

Home s Avenue of the Tmtrii

coram m me presence of Pres

went uiovanni Gronchi and top

The holiday caused a

adjournment In a senate Hhi

on the government program of

premier Aaone zou s one party
Cabinet. The debate waa Yn.t.H

to wind up tomorrow with a con confidence
fidence confidence vote in wich onlv the Mo.

WASHiJNiiiurv. June s (i!Pi uarcmsia ana nen-H'aricts mnM

join forces .with Zoli'a : rrhrit.n

oay asaea rresiaeni .isisennower "cwucrais.

X .A. .. -I .., .. i'

w -sponsor a meeting oi ; tn .,::si.:.-r-'t,v-:', V''.t.,yi

world's religious leaders "to or. 1 Thia would be ennitph fn mi

ganize a collective security cacti to win the test But a nowprfnl

for the protection of the souls of tion in Zoli's partv 'hearfl. hv

mankind." former'Prfemier Mario Scelhi.

...nu ,u ujv ,cugiuMB' upaucimi uiuioctt .m ujq mall X aSClSv WU0

cuuia issue a niinuesio inai wouia uisiixei tne Ma nf enmtina

he a "philosophical rail vine noint I the riehL

iui men ut apuuuai ueuet every-1 uib aemaua.

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SCHOOL OF DANCING
Register now for lummtr classes in rot ballet,
tap and acrobatic dancing. Clashes for children
of all ages.
Knights of Columbus Hall v ; Balboa
- Residence phono 2-2363;
'Member of Dance Masters of America,. Inc. '?

Yesterday's ceremonies tnarVaif

ma inn anniversary of the June
2, 1946, referendum which ousted
the monarchy and proclaimed Ita

ly a JtepuDUc. ; .-

REGISTRATION,
Ballroom Dance Classes

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Gratitude tor the healtaur dow.

er of the Christ, Truth was the
keynote as more than1 S.Q00
Christian5 Scientist "from many

parts of the world met today for

xne annual meeting or The Motn-

er Church, The First Church of

Christ. Scientist. in Boston.

Mass. 1 -, ;
' Humanity is saining freedom

sin, and limitation v- through

jrowwi in spiritual unaerstand unaerstand-ng.
ng. unaerstand-ng. The Christian Science

Board of Directors declared In a
special statement.' --y;,.':
World conflicts and upheavals

are caused tj. resistance to the
Christ Truth, the directors told

the gathering. They said that
the "light of the Christ is today
dispelling the darkness of mate material
rial material sense and its fear, ignorance,

ana supersiiuon." ;t-!
.Commenting on the Dhenome

nal progress mankind has made
in breaking the barriers of limi limitation
tation limitation in all fields of .thought

ana enaeavor, the directors em-
Ehaslzed that "true progress can
e measured only by arowth in

spiritual understanding and by

Named President or The
Mother Church for the com com-ing
ing com-ing year 'was Miss Mabe Eea
Lucas of Brookline, Mass., s
Christian Science practitioner
active in the healing work of
the denomination for over SO
years. She succeeds Clifford A.
Woodard of Cambridge, Mass.
The need for individual spir spiritual
itual spiritual growth waSsjinderscored
by the incoming president who
said that, universal harmony
depends upon the' Individual

impression of spiritual love and

selflessness which Ine ludes

overcoming the "petty irrita

tions and frustrations of daily
Bring.' v

Retiring i president Woodard

pointed out the. Importance of

working-for" world peace based

not upon lorce nut upon right

eousness ana justice. "Since

Christian Scientists have recelv-

ed countless blessings through

in vower or prayer, we nave a

special responsibility to pray ear

nestly ana persistently lor tne

peace of the world," he de

clared. -' -.

Bearlnsr witness to the heal

ing power of prayer were the TV

and radio programs in the series

How cnristian science Heaia"
which were carried by over 1, 1,-000
000 1,-000 stations during the year, it
was announced.. The urograms

included first hand accounts of

MISS MABEL HUCN LUCAS

the 'heailng' of alcoholism; 'drus;
addiction,' cancer, duodenal ul ulcers,
cers, ulcers, rheum atln. fvr

fever, brok 'rt bones, burns, deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, blindness, goiter, perni pernicious
cious pernicious anemia, heart trouble, par paralytic
alytic paralytic sdnal menincttla

cident injuries pronounced fatal.
Reports of the Drosreaa nf th.

world-wide activities of the de denomination,
nomination, denomination, which has more
than 3,200 branches, were made c
by key officials. v

Hungarian refugees and Ke
rean orphans as well as the
needy in Kentucky and Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma flood and tornado areas
were among those receiving as assistance
sistance assistance from the relief fund
of The Mother Church, it was
announced. ;
New branches- added "tiirlna

the year include 'those in. Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Hills, New South Wales, Aus Australia:
tralia: Australia: Christchurch. Hampshire.

England; Bremen-Nord (Vege (Vege-sack),
sack), (Vege-sack), and Mannheim,' i (Jerma-i""
ny; Halsingborg Sweden; Point
Claire, Quebec, Canada; and O
takl, New Zealand, it' was re-
ported. v ,' -, .. J
An "excelleBt- increased was

reported in sales of the Chris

tian science textbook, "Scienc
and Health with KeV to- the

Scriptures" by Mary Baker Ed-
dy, the Discoverer and rounder

of Christian Science.
Also reported was an increase
in the circulation of The Chris-

nomination's International -daily
newspaper. ...,; .-.

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Social and

r Mr. and Mr. M. Prt
, Mar "From Wyoming ;
Mr ind Mrs M. R. Post Of WJT'
-' oming arrived-at Tocumen Friday
i iaht from Mpxino CitV. The Posts
. motored through Mexico, including
uicit. tn nmilffi. before, flying
' nere. Air. rosi uhs .,......
j ,.,ih t,A cf onHorrt nit Co." for
mm
' thlrfu oar Th(V Will D tfte
- hnn cmpsta f i.t. Col. and Mrs.
, H. W Post at Quarry Heights in
l the Canal Zone. .' i
, : t'
. Mrs. Virginia Stich Leaves
U.iort In Denver. ColO,
m viroinin stirh of Los Bios
and her daughter, Ann, left last
. vmV hv hifltm for Miami, where
.they Will spend several days. From
' ihom thv will travel to Denver,
' Cdloradd where 'they will b the
. guests' of CoL arid Mrs. a. w.
- Doan:
. r-Ai '. Tnan whii was formerly
' Superintendent it "Gdrgas Hospital
is at hraaent director of .Fitzsim-
mons General Hospital in- Denver j
" Mrs. Stich,' who is the librarian
at Gorges Hospital,: ana Ann, ox-
npcr la .. do awax ,a.
' Mr. and Mrs: Oliver .V.
lMnnn Birth Of Son
- Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver ol
Ithaca,' New York, announce the
hirth of their first child, a son,
. .Michael Conrad, on May 13th in J-
,tbaca..' ,M :.t. ia T
Maternal grandparents are the
Rev. Luman Marsh and the late
Mrst Marsh of Casoer. Wyoming,
il and'the naternal grandparents, Mr.4

ana iars. wauer wuver ui uaiuua.
DAR Flag Day
., Luncheon, Juno 15
, v The Panama Canal C h p t T,
'- Daughters ot the American Revo Revo-'
' Revo-' lution,- will hold a Flag Day lunch lunch-pon
pon lunch-pon on Saturday. June 15. at 12:30

3 p.m. in the Garden Room of the
.iivoli Guest House. "kK
r1-. Following the luncheon, a meet meet--
- meet-- ing will be held and election, and
installation' of .jiew officers a nd
1 .Xitecuuvc jpumu wit?uiL"ia
take 'place. 1 ;
ladies eligible to become members
KWHa.cs., Colon

. Telephones I-306B Panama-
",, '. 1063 Colon- t
Today, Monday, May H'i
. P.M. "(
a-nruFeature Review

4:30-Wbat'a Your Favorite (r (r-f
f (r-f , j. jjueststakefl toy phont

f :30.Newa - '".-
S :35 What'g Your FvOf
i (cont'd
e:00 Allen Jackson COmmen

'' :1SMBLUS RIBBON SPORTS

U. 4m till 3:00) ": ;v
.a r ,tw REVIEW tPtbst Beer),
k 6:30 WRXrtj Rebroadcast I

7:00 Over To You V : ;
7:30 VOA Report From JDA ;
l:00 Music By Roth ;
8:30 Proudly we Hau -,
9 :00 You Asked For It (ro (ro-y
y (ro-y .. iuesta takaa by phont
1 tUl 7:30) y
0:20 Cavalcad Ot America :
- 1:00 Concert Under Tn Start
,2:00 Sign Qtt u.wry
, Tomorrow, Tueaday, May 18 ;
A.M.
4:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
w club (requests taken
' ; by phone till 7:00) '
7:30 Mornine Salon concert
8:15 Church In The Wild wood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News -t:
15 Sacred Heart
B-30-.Af I See It
1U;00 JENNIFER'S JOURNAL
. (Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spin and Needles (re-
; quests taken by phont
'JL till 8:30) , i- 1
11:00 New
11:05 Spina and Nttdlt
, .(cont'd) .'" ;
li:3u Meet xn juiieruiuier
1J:00 Newt ,w
'V
U:05 Lunehttae Melodies
12:10 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Muaie Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March J
3:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:11 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Sonjrs From The Shows
8:00 Hark Enow And His Raln-
bow Ranch Boys t
2:15 Sammy Kake Show
2:30 Music For Monday ; v.
4:38 What's Your FavariU
(r t j u nts taken- hy
phon tUl 3:00)
:30 Newt-. i
5:35 What's Your Favarltt
(cont'd) f i
1:00 Allen Jackson Commen
tarv
:15 BLtK" RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Bffr!
8:30 On stare America
1 (WRtXr :
7:00 Interlude For Monlc
7:15 OW CHRISTIAN 8JC1
ENCE HEALS --.'--7:30
VOA Kfrort Fmm DS.
:P3 Wcrid Of .Jszz
SO-Ltfe With The Lyons...
00 Yon Arked ror It' rt rt-,
, rt-, cet uten cy phcn
" t,.l 7'jv
1 rl Tr'r rrc Help El Pn-
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Vrt ams
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Olli

er.wide
linmd
Uon
of the D.A.R. are cordially invited
to attend. Members may. bring
guests. , i '
Atlantic Camora Club To Hold
Annual Salon At Weekend
Mr. R. E. Parker, president of
the Atlantic Camera Club an announces
nounces announces that plans are well under
way for. the Annual Salon that is
scheduled for Saturday, $ u n d a y
and Monday at 8:00 p.m. and Sun Sunday
day Sunday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the
Club 7041, Mount Hope. ;
The Salon is1 the last function of
the outgoing officers, and will fea feature
ture feature Color Slides and Black and
Wnite Prints in. General, Nature
and Portrait clases. Awards will
be presented to the winners in all
clases on Saturday evening.
, Guests-are urged to attend.
Recently elected officers for the
coming year are; Mrs. Elaine
Heyd, president; Chester Harrold,
Jr., vice T president; R. E, Par Parker,
ker, Parker, 2nd vice-psesjdent; Mrs. Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Condon, secretary; -and Jesse
Jreise, treasurer..'
Mrs.S Wolf FotodTT't
With Baby Showoe ,,
. Mrs. Alex Potniknff hncto.
at, baby shower given at- her
mime w m vangrejo lor Mrs.' Wer Werner
ner Werner Wolf. -'
.4M iiouB was aecorated with
pmk and blue ribbons for the oc-
vo,m, auoui oa; xadies attended,
BriaVr.B Arrives f f 1
For Wedding
Mir?" Rude daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniei Rudge of
iJaiooa. arrived on i TiiPt.
i?-urZS2rL, aer marriage
to be solemnized on Jhm 17 u.
Balboa Union Church.
tt have been fe8ued
for the,? weddmg. but all Vfrtonrf.
.ItlSS yg4I50upl6 are invited to
atiena both the rpromnnv .u.
reception which will follow at the
"uor umcers Uuh.
Mr. FOX Will rrW in
SUtei 0nT,:" ""f
:.(!(
..' .;.-vj.'..4.i ;,
St. Mary's Student
B I. . ""w
'it-'"';
th- .hSS' ,at which Members of
the graduating class'of, St. Mary's
Paruchau scnool maae tneir cor cor-porate
porate cor-porate communion, twk plac n
nd$ hiorning at St; Ma?". m?8
ion, Baiboa with the Rev' Joseph
S'1-' tne ceieorant,
. Following the Mass, the class re re-turnea
turnea re-turnea to tue school whereia breait breait-tast
tast breait-tast was served to the group to the
Emma prmcipal, and of.-th gra gra-cage.
cage. gra-cage. C. M. anrf lav i,..k...
-... .uUUi, Ainieucs,, Aoarei
ses wer given bv
iey, iiaaine Herring, ttaiys Brenlif
An assemoiy w ths um- v.iir.i
took nln. i ,1,- us
aner. me oreaatasf tt KJ Z.
awards in athletics wr
"" w mv-jtw u iviimiitid
t.UPK. "HI Will.
. -mouy Was r
man inn TZ. ;v' -r-Biuwa
league Jaseoaji assob.- J.
' wuviM ux a.ilM 1-. a .-
MB na 6;X,t
ivv aau kjunaa Jaukie- .tii i
traucisiiofjiuiin.... ..... ... 'i"uu
n k.- ..I bOuaittu
ira i A.'iM.
"rs. e. Uiamis, aof. auu Mr l!
man and Jars, W mase- IT
operauve, otn auu oin iuiaesroan
Z v -3 eresa uemau
and Eowu iaoi; tropaies nonatZ
Mri-ougnraa. au?
Mr h. jfraumieim and- aar
BhquaUUes. &. andCaS'
ro,l Pieman ana Coanes es v I
and Kit Price; tropnie, donat g
Mrs. Dorothy Chase,' Mr. and Mrs
fug.P.Brown,Mrs.JLAM:
w.,-h0i?,tlc Achievement, Ma-
Thes trophiea were donated by
b Pn Jd Mrs. s Anker and UMrs.
Lt?thou,ei,Token were pre pre-nted
nted pre-nted to stoud leadon tv.CCL
NancTc- .Hdricks,
Firth Kirni W .Vw' Axeman and
S:1?!""" those
studehta riim""
tors. ref fcy U mstruc-
Th araduatina t. .
11 dayToutinTto f.bog
mm
hit tmetinim lm aJ.
ealaata HmM Mbain m
TPnifm Htm m4
fc a Ikt 4i)y m -J.
- OtWwiw,- M MrrU
H the mtHct, NotkM M
i
Eaocwtiv IrancH Of Cristobal
Woman's Club) Will Mn
' The Executive branch of ft
-CrUlobal Woman's Qub will meet
in coe Med cross Room in Cristo,
aai at a.m. tomorrow. ; it
Kapa fifffwa Phi v
WiW Mt FthUv -AU
Kappa Sisma Fraternity me
bcr( pi tne Panama Alumni Chap Chapter
ter Chapter are reminded that there will
be a meeting ia the White Heath-.
t League, of the O.K. A mi go
Drive lna at 8:30 p m. Friday. 1
Ar-y new Ktppa Sigma men are
invtlfl to attend pleate contact
!be folio-- j b: ?is. Gustavo Ro Ro-ptara
ptara Ro-ptara ssnia. Te'. F-'" 2-1530, JUinr
I Arthsns, 'ill. tL Cajton, T-4.C1.

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By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
; y ,,
' The just arrived picture mag
azlne was on the chair where How Howard's
ard's Howard's big 1 sister ; had dropped it
when she ran o answer, the tele telephone.
phone. telephone. , .
It had opened to some colored
photographs of missiles. Howard
was ploughing through one of the
captions when his sister returned.
Because he'd long resented her
first lelaim to the mseazine. lie re
fused' to surrender it. Running t:
he's got my magazine again. Make1
him give. 4 - t 4 r
Authority spoke." It went 'on
speakmg over Howard's protests.
Said his mother, "You shouldn't
have' started reading it when you
knew1 she hadn't finished iU 111
tell you something else. I'm sick
and tired of falling over those gal galoshes
oshes galoshes of yours in the pantry. Go
on take them up to your elo-
set.
'f- As 'Howard obeyed,' he muttered,
"Go soak., your" head, why don't
you?",. .'-!."-
His mother ignored thia release
of resentment
- 1. x 1 J 1 V
But she had a horribly unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant feeling' that' she'd' don the
wrong things. -" '"
' For- her parents had never Ig Ignored
nored Ignored their children's -protests of
resentment.- When hey," inflicted
what their offspring felt was in
justice, they always met a resent resentful
ful resentful protest with the q u e s 1 1 0 n,
"What's that? What did I hear you
!:See howthey
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CL0BEL0q;.V
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. It was a rhetorical one. The'pa The'pa-rents
rents The'pa-rents of Howard's mother had no
interest whatever; in what their
angry children had said. What they
wanted was denial of what had
been said. And they usually got it
because they consistently punished
:ack talk."
So' JlowardV mother felt weak)
mindeM and "uncomfortable in her herself
self herself or peemitting it to him. ,
Though she's-read many 'child
psychology -bpoks urging us to al allow.
low. allow. Howard Jo protest obedience
when he submits to it, her trust of
her personal experience's authori authority
ty authority ovtrwhelmed the books' author,
ity in her mind. Just as though
she'dc never, read them, she felt
increasing resentment at Howard
for involving ; her 4n ; failure ; to
maintain the parental discipline
made trustworthy kto her by her
own experience.- tj ?; f
That she wasn't even iwan nf
her resentment is a point in favor
of the; books.
7
It's how they fall us, however.
We can't possibly be peaceful with
children's resentful protests until
we've accepted our own protest protesting
ing protesting feelings with content.
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piace flowers on the gidves ai.
Corozal cemetery ana. an Ar Army
my Army Mother dedicates a wreath
to fallen heroes at a ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony at. Paraiso aa part ot the
Memorial Day observance in
the Canal Zone.
(Photos by Cleveland Roberts)
benator Lalls i
For Conference;
To! Figh t Grime
WASHINGTON, June 23 (UP)-
Sen.:,-John M. Butler (R-Mc'
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forcemenf ; authorities to ma r" Middle' of the top of no no-plans
plans no-plans for fighting the "dangerous W"?, popular with some los los-increase
increase los-increase in major crimes." i J"8 players but' winning players
Butler,- a member of the Senate snln like plague
Judiciary Committee,, said he basf The modern expert leads the low low-asked,
asked, low-asked, appropriate subcommittees est Partner, cannot tell if he holds
to Reexamine; all fedtraL crimi'.three, prjwr but neither can de de-nal
nal de-nal laws with a view to strengthi1 clarcr, P.or can declarer tell if the
ening. them) -and to increasing leader. holds, and high cards In the

penalties, provided thereunder.".
. Butler said in his weekly news
letter! hat he has suffeested tn1

President Eisenhower that a co. card heart suit and chose his low low-ference
ference low-ference be held to provide est card,. the deuce in today's hand,
"needed momeU"ra, vis't- i l The play went eight-nine-queen
cohesion" for a broad anti-crime and declarer had a problem. He
program. needed four heart tricks or a club

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Wife's lleid; Fears
Hypnotic Influence
HAMM, Germany, June' 3 (UP)
A 38-year-old doctor confessed to
cutting off his wife's head yester
day because he felt he was under
her hypnotic influence.
Police found the 33-year old
woman's head severed completely
when they reached the couple's
apartment in asnwer to neighbors'
calls. t
. Names of the' couple will not be
released until charges are filed.
The death weapon is believed to
be a surgeon's scalpel, a 1 ;
: The doctor was standing next to
his wife's body when police enter entered.
ed. entered. "I did it she had to go," he
told them. The couple had four
children.
finese for his contract.
Bnrlarnr -nlavArl tha fhra&
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dummy's ten. This lost to the
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finesed the queen and when that
lost to tne King he was down one
trick.
Perhans South mtsnlavpr? : tha
hand but if West had opened the
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By Fred Down

NEW YORK, June 3 (UP) Add Dick Farrell to Jack
5andford and Don Cardwell and the dark-Horse Philadel

phia Phillies are getting the best rookie pitching the Na National
tional National Leagues has seen since Jim Turner and Lou Fette.
each won 20 games for the Boston Braves back in 1937.

Farrell, a 6 foot, 3-inch right

hander from Brooklmej Mass., pic

ked up his third victory of the sea-

son yesterday wnen tne. rnwiies

beat the Brooklyn Dodgers. 5-3,
and moved to within two1 games
of the first place Cincinnati Red Red-legs.
legs. Red-legs. It was the Phillies' third
straight over the Dodgers and
their 11th victory in their last 1
games.
The Redlegs clobbered the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs, 6-4, for their seventh
straight : wis over the Bruins but
then lost the nightcap, to t the
three hit pitching of Bob Rush

and Don Elston. The third place

taking over for Bob Miller, now

has a 3-1 record. He, Sanford and

Cardwell have combined for a 12-

3 mark so far this year and have

transformed a team that thejex?

perts said was headed for the sec second
ond second division into a dangerous pen pennant
nant pennant threat. Sanford shut out the

Dodgers, 3-0, Saturday night.

' Farrell. and Stan Lopata horn-,
red for tha Phillies' key blows
at Don Nawcom be suffered his

fifth loss compared to four wins.
Farrell now has appeared in 10
games, as a relief Specialist and
is credited with two ''saves" in
addition to his three victories.

Bob Thurman hit a grand slam

Major League

LEADING BATTER

(Based on 100 Official at Bats)

' NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and club cab th Pet

Fondy. Pitts. 35145 20 54 .372

Muslal, St. Louis 40 167 24 60 ,.359
Robinson, CincL 41 175 35 62 .354

Groat, Pitts. 32 128 16 45 .352

Bailey, Clncl. 41 131 28 45 .344
Cimoli, B'klyn 31 132 23 45 .341
Hodges, B'klyn 40 157 17 53 .338
Thomas. Pitts. 40 161 17 54 .335

Mays, New York 42 162 30 54 .333

H. Smith, St. L. 3Q 111 13 37 .333

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

!UwauKee Braves aownea me bi. homer and George Crowe also

tMuia aruiunis, a-i, uu x nomered as the Redlegs rallied in

bur eh Pirates swept the New

York Giants, 3-2 and 2-0, in the
other National League games.
Tie Chicago White Sox split
their doubleheader with the De De-trdit
trdit De-trdit Tigers, winning 4-1, after a
3-1 defeat to retain their five-game
lead in, the Airferican League.
The second place New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees bounced back from a 3-2 los
to down the, Baltimore Orioles, 4-1,
(be Kansas City Athletics whipped
the Cleveland Indians, 8-2, and the

Boston Red Sox scored a 5-3 vlcto-

their opener to give Hershell Free-

ma.his third win but the Cubs got
three hit pitching from Bob Rush
and rookie Don Elston in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Elston took over when Rush
suffered a pulled muscle in his
right leg in the sixth inning and
shut out the Redlegs until they
scored one run in the ninth; The
win was Rush's first after 'six
straight losses.

Bob Buhl, aided by Ernie John

Son s ninth, inning relief work.

Williams, Bos. 39 135 27 55 .407

Fox, Chicago 41 154 31 55 .357
Mantle, N.Y. 42 140 34 48 .343

Bertoia. Detroit 35 117 11 38 .325

Mauch, Boston 32 13017 42 .323

Triandos, Balti. 31 119 14 38 .319
Wertz, Cleve. 40 137 24 43 .314

Colavito, Cleve. 37 125 18 39 .312

Demaestri, K.C. 42 122 17 38 .311
Sievers, Wash. 46176 29 54 .307
Boyd, Balti. 41 137 26 42 .307

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE

VICTORY BOUND The Stud Col6n Boys" brilliant raeer Chlroke more than made up for his
upset loss to Surumeno in the President's Classic by racing to an easy three-and-one-half
length victory In yesterday's $7,500 added one-mlle-and-eighth General Rem6n Classic at
the President Remen race track. He is shown here galloping home midway- down the home homestretch
stretch homestretch with Embassy In closest pursuit and Posiblemente third, along the Inner rail. They
finished In this same order. Ruben Vasquez rode Chiroke.'Alfreda Vaaquez Vas aboard Em-,
bassy and Crlstlan JRebolledo iiad the leg up on Posiblemente.

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Aaron, Braves
Moon, Cards ..
Snider; Dodgers

Musiai, cards
Crowe, Redlegs ..
Bailey, Redlegs .
Robinson, Redlegs

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10
9
9
8
8
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in other A.L. activity.

Farrell, who yielded only three
hits in the last five innings after

ry over the Washington Senators WOn his iourth game as the BraVes

iook over tnird place and dropped
the Dodgers to fourth. Johnson
took over in the ninth after Buhl
walked the first two batters and

pitcned out of the jam without
score.,

Ronnie JKline won his first game
in thd opener and Bob Purkey hur hurled
led hurled a four hitter in the nightcap

a me jriraies swept tneu first
doubleheader of the season. Willie
Mays stretched his hitting streak
to 21 games in the opener but was

auweu uf iour ai-oats .Dy Turkey

uie secona game.,

Even Better
At Lacrosse

, SYRACUSE (NEA) Jimmy

Brown is going to be a unanimous
All-America in a second sport
lacrosse. , .,.-
The 220 pound halfback who
paced Syracuse 'to and through
,the Cotton Bowl football game
'last season led the. Orange la la-eros
eros la-eros squad to one af J&i 9at
. JWith Brown, the four -letter
;man, heading the scoring parade
fid playing, bang-up defense, Roy I
.yimmons' stickwielders roirel

through nine regular -season
, games without a setback.
' "I consider Brown by compari

son more of an All America in

Jack Harshman's four-hlttr i.

abled the White Sox to split their

oume-neaaer. alter Al Kaune stag-

k-'ci naii. isi vvv nomer-

ea Tor the White Sox in the second

game after Kaline smashed three
singles and a double

au uetroit s runs in, the first game.
t Ralph Terry turned in a three three-hitter
hitter three-hitter and Mickev Mantlo Vnri

Berra and Elston Howard homer-

ea ior tne Yankees after ex-Yan

Kee JJUl Wight flipped a three-bjt-

licrosse than in football," says tet in the Opener. Terry struck out

"" MiuuwiiB. yur wamea uiree to post, his

' Brown of Manbasset, Long Is Is-t
t Is-t land, scored 43 points in Syra

cuse'! football game with Colgate
. ior a new national record last au autumn.
tumn. autumn. In lacrosse scoring sprees,
i the husky midfielder turned in sev sev-e
e sev-e scores against Colgate, sic a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst RPI and five another time.

Today EncantO' 35, .20
Robert Mltchum in
."Heavens ICnow Mr. Allison"
In Cinemascope"

James Craig In

fWomen of Pltcalrn Island"

Today IDEAL 20 .70
J Walter Pldgeon in
"SCANDAL AT SCOURIE"
( Ann Harding in
' "UNKNOWN MAN"

nrst Dig leaeue shutnnf r.ar.

Kell, needing three hits to reach
2,000 for his career, went hitless
mJl 'P durin the bargain bill i
w ,A'8 taSed relief ace Ray
Narleski with his first defeat when
they scored six runs in the eighth
inning. Bob Cerv's three-run triple
was the big Mow of fhe frame
which brousht ex-Yanks iui.ir.

i.i.iycniiuu ma ursi victory of the
season. Narleski hadn't allowed an

earnea run in it previous appear
ances.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
William's, Red Sox ......
Mantle. Yanks

Sievers, Senators
Zernial, Athletics
Skizas, Athletics .......
Boiling, Tigers ; .....

wertz, maians
Jensen, Red Sox

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RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Furillo, Dodgers v. .. .
Hoak, Redlegs .... ii. ...
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

36
35
33
33
32

36

30

led Williams blasted hi. I9fh

homer of the year with two aboard
in the eighth inning to provide the

nea tox witn a come-from-behind

victory. Williams' blow eame off

rearo Kamos and dealt the Wish.

ington right bander only his third
los to the Red Sox in 12 lifetime

decisions. Williams had been fitted
for the goat's role in the game as
a result of a base-running mistak

and misolaved ball in th

before he homered.

Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight

BALBOA 6:15 8.25 diablo hts. 7:m
Alr-Condltloned Lee 3: Cobb
- ii Patricia Medina
tmw tir tut "MIAMI EXPOSE"
CMS OF THE C Tnes. -Bridges At Toko-Ri"
WDRLB'S CREATE. f)f Margarita c.is 7m
LOVE STOKIESr JX'ii Beverly Garland
A 'V Walter Abel
, ,, "THE STEEL JUNGLE
nJOS Tnes. "Flnjerprints Don't
IOHN GIELGUD Lie"
Sart rmmwmf nrftriia ifcrtim I
CRISTOBAL 1:M
II ;!! -; 1 Alr-CondiUoned
I Bob Hope
'"'Hs.) .t44; I Katharine Hepburn
J I "THE IRON PETTICOAT"
Teesday "Odonse" Tuesday The Boss"
PARAISO 4:15-7:55 SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:5
'M-' "Gunning Per Vengeance"
"Den't Kntk The Reck "Perils of The Wilderness"

CAMP BIERD .- William Holden Deborah Kerr
:U $:U '; "THE PROUD AND PROFANE"

Sievers, Senators
Jensen. Red Sox .'

Minoso,4Whtie go :... -29

iollal, White SoF.U.... 274
Werti, Indians ........ 27

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Trucks, Athletics
Acker, Redlegs .

sanrora, pruis .
Shantz, Yanks .
Pierce White Sox

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Pet.
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Chiroke Romos n Geh. Remon

Classic) E mbgssy;

Runherup

The Stud Colon Boys' classy Ir

ish bred chestnut con Chiroke
yesterday added $6,525 to his earn earnings
ings earnings by romping to a three-and-a-

half f length victory in : the $7,500

added one-mile-and-one-eighth Ge

neral Jose Antonio Remon. Classic
yesterday afternoon before a large

crowd at the modern President Be

mon racetrack.

A series of pre-classic acts were

held before the running of the an
nual event which honors the mem

ory of the great late statesman,

military leader and sportsman;

Members of the Remon family and

President Ernesto de la Guardia

Jr. unveiled an oil painting of Gen.
Remon and Alejandro "Toto" Jte-

mon publicly thanked the : large

crowd for attending the runnine of

the classic and unveiling ceremo-

aies. t t .

Ruben Vasquez.n on Chiroke.'

took no chances this time. Off well.

he urged Chiroke onlv sufficiently

to keep alongside Surumeno and
took command entering the back-

suet cn aitnougn still going tn hand.
Some three furlongs out Chiroke

moved into commanding rlead
which he -gradually increased : in

thej-un to the wirejuntilhe crossed
the iihish line. by ahjostf f ear
lengths In front f!Embasy. Po Posiblemente
siblemente Posiblemente was third, Surumeno

fourth, Minuendo-fifth and Michi
ripa last.- ,'

v Bmoasy set tne early pace.

ana responded nobly when call called
ed called to finish sscond by two lengths
ahead ef lhe highly "rated Posi Posiblemente.
blemente. Posiblemente. The latter was; ; in
turn, three full lengths in front

Of surumeno which harely out outlasted
lasted outlasted Minuendo by a nose for
fourth place. Michiripa, which
wound up last, trailed aM the way
and never was prominent.'

Chiroke's time was 1:51 4-5 one

and one-fifth second off Polemon's
track record. Vasquez also scored
with Bacancito to be the day's on

ly- rmer to win more man once;
His victory aboard the latter caus

ed an uproar because his 1 mount

veered snarply toward the inner

rail after pasing Grand Finish and

taking command, Grand Finish

wound up second. The "protest"
sign was. flashed' and an investiga investigation
tion investigation -of the incident held by the
stewards. There was no disqualifi disqualification,
cation, disqualification, ., Syu:. -Chiroke's
12.80 win dividend Wis

the ... day's lowest in an afternoon
that was almost a clean sweep for
the favorites. Full Moon's $13.20
was the biggest win payoff. ..

' 1 FIRST RArR-VWW if

ri-Barffe Roval i3.R0. M

" 2-Rutilante $5.20

1 SECOND RACE
f 1-Manandoagua $2.80, $2.20
2-Panzaretta $2.40 a
t; Double: $6.40
"J THIRD RACE
1-Full Moon $13.20, $3.40
"2-Bagdad $2.40 v-'
, 'One-Two: $23.40 7
FOURTH RACEJ

1-Janina (Excluded froth betting)

z-uon urau 54, 52.40
3-Bugaba $2.60
- Quiniela: $6

) -, FIFTH RACE

1-Bacancito $3, $2.40 : S,

: 2-Grand Finish' pM
SIXTH RACE"''''
1-Tiequest $5, $3.40
. 2-Contralor $4.80
X;7ifi'&, ;, Double: $9.80
SEVENTH RACE
1- Socorrito $5.60, $2.60-
2- Grimilda $2.40
- VJuiniela:;$4.80"

v" r '"" EIGHTH RACE''

I-Chiroke 12.80r 12.M -W ittj

' 2-Embatjy- $3.80v? -i(li

A) ,.' One-Two: $9 '

, ''NINTH RACE' trfjlo))

1- Embrtljada', $5.60 $3.40
2- Empire Honey $3.60. ?- b-r

Outside

Interests

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COWDRAY PARK, England,

June 2 (UP) Two Argentine

polo players were in a represen
tative Windsor Park team, cap

tained by Prince Phillip, which
was beaten six goals to four and
one-half by India at Cowdray

pars: y ester aay; . ...

This five-chukker match, ior

the Smith Ryland Cud. was the

first high-handicap tournament

to oe aeciaea at uowaray. uus

season. v. .-

Ouillermo Gonl. who last week

helped, his home dub Media Lu
na to make, a winning debut In

England, was called in because
of tfce shortage,, through injur injuries,
ies, injuries, of other Windsor high-goal
men. "Tito" Lalor, who plays for
one of the Windsor-based clubs,

Friar Park, has represented
Windsor before.
Both Gonl and Lalor proved
good value for their handicaps

of four and six goals respective-

ly. Gonl, playing at number one,
scored two goals, and Lalor

(number two) got one.;
Colonel H. Guinness ( number
three) got the other Windsor

goal, while Prince Philip, play

we In what. for him. was the

unusual position of back, did not

score.
India conceded half a goal on

handicap, and in a keen game,

just nad we advantage or tneir
opponent. With both teams well
mounted, and favorable -ground

L conditions, there was some grand

gauoping.

Among rTTDce rnuip's mounts

Bother AAantl

By HARRY RAYSON

,W IUK& (IMA) It Was
rather astonishing that some of
the boys practically wrote off the

Yankees as early as late May after
the world champions bad lost four

out of five and dropped all of four

games Off tne pace.

"Complacency, too much money,

too many outside interests." it was

pointed out.

"It's -easy to see how a club

which has won seven pennants in
eight years could be well satisfied
with itself,", says Fresco Thomp

son, tne OKI infieiaer who runs the

Brooklyn farms, "but you can de-.
pend on Casey Stengel to knock

mat out of their heads. Or Case

will keep shouting. 'You're not that

good.'

"And throw that mind off their
game Junk into the nearest inci incinerator.
nerator. incinerator. There's nothing like a ball

game to get the good competitors
mind off everything else for three

hours or so. 1

"The hitter is too busy thinking

about base hits. The pitcher is con.

centrating on now ta get the other
guys out. Take it from an eld troup

er, the ballplayer forgets au his
headaches once be climbs into u-

niform. I've known them to dis
miss financial trouble, family ill'

nets, marital squabbles, practical

ly everything. :

"Why should the Yankees have
any more business problems away

from the park than other well-

paid ballplayers? Most of them

have little busines of one kind or

soother. '-- ;

Mickey Mantle is so concerned

about the motel be ls building.

merchandising deals, endorse-

ments and appearances that bis
batting average-has plummeted to

.36L From what I have seen of this

young man, be doesn't even know

Dont

and Panics

was one of the Argentine ponies I what highway the motel be is build-

which he bought from last sea- ing is on.'
son's visi tone, the Loa indios1 "The greatest of ballplayers
club."( -x .- -'have been good business nea. Ty

man six days during the entire

year to extra curricular activi
ties." testifies Booker RrnH 't.

"They'll have to count 00 some-

ming more tnan that to check the

xanxees' adds Fresco Thompson.

: They have too much pitching

maa puuen ana too stoura defense,
The Dodgers look forward tn mf.

ing no other club in the World Se

ries, iney exnect to see th v.n.

kees again win' going away in the
American League, v.,

"The Yankees have too many
guys who can beat you with- one
swing.. t.
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. "And an occasional television ap appearance
pearance appearance or sales pitch on the out outside
side outside isn't coins tn rut thm

a. a. a 1 T. wwast

ro in ower xeuows' size.

earn

Cincinnati

Philadelphia

Milwaukee ,
Brooklyn
St. Louis
New York ,
Chicago i--.;

Pittsburgh

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25 16
24 17
23 17
20 20l
18 25
13 26
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Pet.
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.610
.583
.575
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.317 14

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New York
Cleveland ;
Boston
Detroit '; ,
Kansas City
Baltimore .
Washington

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.TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
New York at Pittsburgh (N)
Only games scheduled. 1
' YESTERDAY' RESULTS
(First. Rump)

New York 000 ni 1 non 9 a 1

rikisuurgn 000 300 OOx 3 :u 7 ft

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8

AMERICAN LEAGUE

t v i, ret
. 28 12, ,700
'. 24 18 .571
, 23 la .561
. 23 21 .523
. 22' 22 .500

. 19 24 -42 10V&

, 15 81 -J26 1ft

' TODAY'S GAMES
No games scheduled..
7' l;; 'r 4 7i''V"f ;
(YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Detroit -.010 100 010-4 12
Chicago. 000 000 0101 g

JBarclav (2-4). Rlririlr ; anH

westrum. - n nar

Vlln. 11 IV .

wit, Arruyo ana Kana J

UUlUnO 14.1) '. TUIaam.

House ,, .(5-Jlj i x

rwener (3-3), Howell and Loi--

1 (Second nim.i

ew orx 000 000 0000 4 1 1

x-ii-voourgn oou Oil 00x 2 9 0

xiuinojae ll-xi. K1QZ1K. Drl

som and Westrum.

rurxey; (4-3) .and Foiles.

." (First. RumH

Chicago 'f 040 000 0004
Cincinnati! 010 500 OOx 6

Drabowskv (2-s. mitn

weiieia, town and Neenan.

(

9-
8
Lit.

!' ;;v,. (Second Oa.mAV'iV'.if

ciiicago 102 001 0004 5 8 : 2

viucuinau uiuoufl 01 n 2 s i

Rush (1-6); Elston and ? Nee

Sanchez,; Nuxhalt and Burgess.

at. juouis 000 000 010-1 8 1

wuir.uiw j. uua UlAJ UUX 3 8 0

Jackson (6-2 'and H.- Smith.
Buhl (4fl), Johnson and Rice.

Brooklyn k. 000 100 0203 8 0
Philadelphia 001 300 Olx 5 7 v0

jNewcom.be (4-5) and Walker.
Miller. Farrell (2-1) and Lo

pata,. .,..;.,,., v:;:, vv,rf-"- iW', 1

- (Second GameJ" -Detroit
.... 100 000 0001 4
Chicago 120 001 OOx 4 8 l-
Foytack .(5-4), .sieater and
WHson. &
, Haj-shman (4-1) and Battey. '.
Cleveland 010 000 0102 8 0
Kansas City 000 001 16x 8 15 0
i;WaNarle6kl Mossi
and Naragon. ,t
Kellner. McDfirmntf. n.iw .a.

smith. j ?
Boston" s 100 000 1305 10 'l
Washington : 000 001 200 12 O

eusce, Delock (3-4); and White.
'Ramos, (4-4). BVerlv. 'wvd.

and Berberet.

' (First Game) r-
Baltimore 020 010 0003 9 l
New York 1 101 000 0002" 3 . s
Wight (1-2) and Ginsberir

Ditmar (2-1), Larsen ann Ber-

ra.

"... (Second Game) T
Baltimore floo onn nnaA ."t

New York 400 000 OOx 4 7 ft"

Brown (l-3; orvii riii.

Ii Zuverlnk and Triandos.

ierry u-0) and Berra.

OUT OFDOOnS plth

m

NO SUCH THING AS "SFRINC

IN FLY ROD

By AL McCLANI
Pishing Editof 'T

t vf of the path of the rod tip. j

A FLY. ROD. has no power

either stored or usable.

Pure logic can explode the myth

that a rod adds anything to a cast.

Tne fly rod does everything it

Can at the instant of deepest bend!

which is simultaneous with your
highest tip speed, and in conse

quence with the highest speed of

the line or other projectile be it

plug spinner, frog or-sinker. i, ;

Obviously, a rod cannot straigh

ten under load as long as it's add adding
ing adding velocity to said projectile. At
the instant' tip1 and acquired line
speed are identical, the rod ceases
to bend and becomes the ideal phi

losophical, stiff unbending lever.

Seg

lira

4 4

Casey SteartlT'

Cobb made several millions In

stocks while leading the American

League in batting and base steal

ing. Any manager would like to
have players bothered like his two

restaurants annoy Stan MusiaL."

CAPITOLIO
ZS. 2C
Spanish Program!
PABLO f CAROLINA'
with Pedro Infante
. Also:
LOR HUOS DE
RANCH O GtAXDE

TIVOLI
C 24c
1 1 r i r i
- Also: -GUNFIRE

CECILIA
Great Double Program! :
FRIENDLY PERSUASION
with Gary Cooper
t Also: f vv
WORLD- WITHOUT END
- with Hugh Marlowe

MO

85c.

Xtc.

..The Bharkfighten
'..VAJao:
i PLIGHT TO
HONG KONG
' wit Rory Calhoun

VICTORIA

25c 15c

DONT KNOCK
THE ROCK ;
Also:. ;;;
STORM OVER
JUE NILE

It

Mantle is fhe player whose

services off the field are .most
sought today. No player ever ap

proached the Oklahoma Kid for

business opportunities outside of
baseball" according to Frank Scott.

j woo pooxs vi majors leaguers.

Joe DiMaggie was big.- So are
Ted Williams and Mesial, but the
latter are now handicapped by
age, for the merchandiser de demands
mands demands contracts that will carry

for three or four years.
Mantle picks up $70,000 a' year
in addition to bis baseball salary.
He endorses eigarets, milk, a
milk mixture, a soft drink. Jack Jackets
ets Jackets and slacks and a T shirt He
has five toy items, including a
baseball game. His name is on j
a pen and a pencil. :
"Yet ewtskte f Ms 14 appear appearances
ances appearances to accept 14 different a a-,
, a-, wards in six weeks during the off offseason,
season, offseason, Mantle doesa't devote ;rort

Ken Rosewall
fn Met Singles

Colorful little Pancho Segura
of Ecuador last night used his
two-handed style to good ad advantage
vantage advantage to defeat Australia's
one-time amateur champion now
turned pro. Ken Rosewall, 8-4,
4-6, 8-3 at the Hotel El Panama
tennis court
The ether singles match was
abbreviated professional
et in wbtch the winner is the
first U wla elfht games. Din-
ny Pails ef AastralU turned by
teur promoter Jack Kramer 8-
L j
Rosewall and Palls latr (mid.

ed to whip Segura aad Kramer
In straight sets 7-5, 6-3 tn the
doubles match that wound up
the troun's two-da at&iwt nn th

Isthmus.

The four tonrtnv inn1a nm.'

fesslonals were achedulMl tn

leave for Boeota. room hi tw

day. ...

Saturday ait bt, Roaewall
tanied back tk veieraa ra
mer 4-4. 4-S while Serarm also

ever the agist; Pails 4-1,
6-1 te set va Ust ntrhfa

scbedale. Last rltht the win win-ter
ter win-ter Reeewall a4 Srwra
t each etber while losers
played the other wiUK
Segura and Kramer won
Saturdays double e-4, 8-J.
All the matches were featured
by brills t sbcM of J varieties
and lerj:ry tc. ''..'j.

The fly line moves end wise

through the air. The rod Is still

fighting the full an resistance

which put a bend into it- in 'the

first place a -fly rod will bend

when flexed whether it has a line

attached or not -.
, . 'J.V'.V. .v-. ''
At the Instant of highest tip
snd line speed the inertia of rest
hss .been transformed into the in inertia
ertia inertia of motion and for a split
second no longer exists except as
momentum. .,
The instant your band com commands
mands commands the rod to BO forewarn

and the embryo line loop is form formed,
ed, formed, the cast is GONE, the rod U tn

collapse, gyrating with harmonic

vibrations. w .

' You cant nuth a tin frnni h.

bind. The loop it formed and it

extends at a tangent to the circle

m The most the tip cad do'l ffev
fleet the base of the loop and by
its own wiggling obstruct or hind- .'
ef Ihe ,flow -outgoing line which
at the instant of highest top speed
was already running through the
guides. -.. :
K'::ivr';vi':f i v i 'I v
Rod and line 'trtuhn

different directions the Hn a.

uig up and out and I the rod going 7 :
down! v ev"-i

Spring "power in a flv mA U

non existent The Prilal mytm-a

stored in a rod which is bent to-
the limit is about one mosquito r
power and non nf it

7. w f)WO Alt IIP
e"tlctur?f fter th cast 4

t; . un resutance.
i Air resistance a caster hi tn : ?

ercome. -- - : 7:

BURT LANCASTER
Joan Fontaine In
KISS THE BLOOD
OFF MY HANDS

Tomorrow'T

ID RIVE-1 Ml

I SS TODAY
I - BURT LANCASTER B

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I
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER.

r 1327; j MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1957
PAGE NINE
Rocky Nelson s .tloi BaiGives Humherio

hi

V.

NEW YORK. June 3 (UP)

Slender Rocky Nelson of .Toron

to, who ttas waded tnrougn nine
jmajor league trials and 15 rnl rnl-hor
hor rnl-hor league seasons, Is single-handedly
disputing the claim
fthax. t.ha T.Mfa ar "too Old" to

wln ? another international

eague pennant 1

Tha Toronto first-baseman

slashed his 10th home run
Sunday to five the Leafs a 4-3

friiimnh nvip the Montreal

Royals. Nelson's lO-hming blast

gave starter-nnisner nuuiu nuuiu-to
to nuuiu-to Robinson his eighth tri triumph,
umph, triumph, high for the league, and
Budged Toronto to within lYi
games of first place, Richmond

jjpiRon anA. Toronto were both

Islow-startinir a this seasons hut

I are. now squared away. The 33 33-liuouu
liuouu 33-liuouu Msknn hM hammered

Iflv homers in the past weight

days while the Leafs have" cop copped
ped copped seven of their last 10 con contests.
tests. contests. They i 1 were winning the

second game of their doume doume-header
header doume-header with Montreal, 7-0,' yes yesterday
terday yesterday when the game was call called
ed called after six innings due to ft cur curfew
few curfew and wlll.be completed later.

Charles DQUgias or a ea a

.V

Harris, crlstante (2) and

Rnpboro: Robinson anq St.

Claire. L?: cristante. HR's; Pa?,
ris, Nelson. ' ;J - i

Second Game. 5 innings, sus suspended
pended suspended because of Sunday, cur curfew)
few) curfew) -' ,' - i
Montreal.-- 000 OOO--O 5 ,'1

-rnrnnto 103 03x 7 12

; vnnras. Barker (3). Harris (6)

and Ronning; Grimsley and Ro-

selli. HR:.Goiiat. , :
' (Second Game, 7 Innings)
Buffalo 000 000 06 6
Rochester 000 210 X 3 1 4

' Hahn and Noble: Deal and

Green. 4 , i

T..tfaTn inn Ann oao 10 9 1

Rochester 000 000 110 2 9 2
firaddock and Astfoth; G.,

Blaylock, R. Blaylock (8), Mar Mar-kell
kell Mar-kell (99 and Green, Teed (2)
LP;,G. Blaylock, HR: Clark.

Miami -Havana

riniraf rjml .?

500 000 001-- 1 0
noo 022 1005 12 5

T.tnptrl 5). False (6),

seven-game i coiumous ,!.inKi;,"; rnnW (D) and -Mc-

! wvw, f i M- tn cnonr. pnurv im nun lot

Alt iww w-

Richmond that braked ay seven

irnmn Vap win skein., : j '":: i

. Plaver-manaeer Cotton Deal

alv-hltted th Buffalo Bisons. 3

o after the Bisons had ripped

his Rochester Red wings, io-z,
I In the doubleheader opener. Walt

Craddock, Buffalo soutnpaw,
jipb ttewd nine hits to Pick r up

his sixth triumph In seven deci

sions in the first fame.

-The Miami Marlins had to
use five pitchers to make a
five-run first inning stand up
as they finally subdued Hava Havana.
na. Havana. 6-5. to give Hank Mason

" his first win since May 5. Eml-

llo Cueche outdoelea starter starter-loser'
loser' starter-loser' Dick Bunker and Harry
Anderson to give Havana 2-0
nightcap victory. 1
i ; v f f C j
" The standings and llnesores:,

Teams Vf L -Pet. GB

Richmond"
Toronto iii
Buffalo
Miami .
Rochester
Havana, .
Columbus.'.'

f Montreal

29 16

1 26 16
. 23 18
23 21
22 25
20 25
. 18 27
.' 15 28

-Pet.
.644
.619
.561
.523
.4681
.444

, .400 11
.349,13

5
5a
8

9 :

onierdo. Garcia (7)

son; LPJ Pena. HR

WP: Ma-

Escalera.

(Second Game)
. oooooooooo
-; 000 00110X 2 4

Miami
Havana

Bunker, Anderson (8) and Sulr
livan; Cueche and Izcmierdo.
LP: Bunker. HR: Alvarez. -.

Columbus -.
Richmond

002 P10 2005
000 100 0023

"YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(rtrsf bame 10 Innings)
Montreal 20 100 000 0 3 6 : 0
' nAJ. AftA MM 4 A H

Toronto ,. vdi uuu uuu i

, Douglas and Peterson; post,
Nardella (6), Dixon (8) and Chi Chi-ti.
ti. Chi-ti. LP: Post.
.., B i i .. .?
Sports Shorts

' AtLTIMl,MARK ,Ji
NEW YORIC (NEA) The 191p

Giants set the all time .major
league baseball record for conse consecutive
cutive consecutive victories with 26 from
Sept., T to 30. y, ;
' $15,000 CAMBLK "f

CAMDEN, N.J. (NEA) Tb

FLOWERS -THAT DLOOr.V III 1112 SFHIG

THERE MUST

BE 'SOMETHlMGt
ABOUT THAT,
CINCINNATI
WHICH
. CAUSES
TRANSPLANTED

J ) 'T r-wl V Xvv f 441

Tebbetts Shoi-ln-Arm :

By HARRY GRAYSON

NEW YORK NEA) What does

3 t
by

'X''" A,

JOE WILLIAMS

"Until Tex Rlckard stole his spot In the limelight. Sunny
h.. nt h San Francisco fleht trust, was the

N 1 Procter f prise fight. In the United State,-
"t if.. MM.nnh v ram across in reading "The Magnlfl

,kik nnimrt, t tx f ull-leneth nlcture of George

. j mfn.inrii Mrnhipr nrnmoter of nlsiorio ring

IjC WIS AKJLMU, jjiuiiiouiwi ft ..---, -- -- ..
. ... -,i raAAv InwAntii, nf fViJi mil-

4 brawls buuaer oimwubou oquc r,v. Vl.nh.

Hon dollar gate and preaecessor oi

: pnd .'the, currently, embatuea Jim jhviiv, W.VT

flowers. j 5 fv. -. been' attracted "to'thls

took TbS lS title rr'-fS rRickard wasn't magnificent In the pop pop-tSflSntai
tSflSntai pop-tSflSntai -ol thlword and he certeinwas in no aense
, a rube., .This doesn't mean, however that there wash t a story
la lft:;reactton;to Charles 'Sda
ZA .n, ntrt : hm h Introduced U to.RIckard as a

roVboya Tthe age of "ll. as f ;W &itti&
ri a prominent figure In the frenetic and itobW ?eR
,--ys; also. : with his vignettes of Rlckard's private life, Ms

hiohost.nrired meeting was made pi-Hi.. Thhi.tti feed transDlanted

by William Hal. Bishop, who. hal: I ballplayers in Cnwimiati?-.-''-:;.
tefed Rscetracker from H1 Price! .,

lHeadleyfor $15,000. i liThe Reds have had so mueh

rf tOOa lortune u comDiunu gumm

ed in traaes or ouierwuso csun csun-ly
ly csun-ly acquired that there is reason
to-suspect the Rhineland has been

tnnsfnrmed into a sort OI anan-

gri-la. Withered baseball flowers
most certainly have blososmed on

the bank of the Omo. t

1 The latest are .Warren Hacker

and Don Hoak. Hacker always

was considered to possess the po

tentials a Cub. The removal pi

a plantar wart from the bottom of

his foot enabled toe styusn ngni-

hander to get off on the winning

side

and he was in a real crouch. We like an election repeater after a

" i, i t

KM

-SERVING THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY

ITieras ana wt huwihiuuu r" : i .4.4 nick.
. IneviUbly. a substantial narf of the book Is
rrd's wise fight activities.. It was here that the author lost ua.
j in 'iMb tiin mt vnu. realize all nm-

rMt knows about Rkkard Is what he's read and heard. Some
of his aources couldn't have been too well Informed. V,
:? Oa the endless subject of Jack Dempsey and. Harry Wills.

f5 'ThePc6mmisslon,: being political appointees, e subject
Aikanff k-nA th nrHpM wr for TeX Of matCIl

rmDseV- with Wills. 'That pleased thousands of Negro voters

in New York.- But the orders, were countermanded- eacn i wc
Tex and the two Jacks agreed to give Wills, his title shot"
' j ,' .r. ... ,
"' .......S. FOR THE RECORD i
; It orobably smacks of querulousness to note that Jacx
Kearns "The two Jacks") was no longer associated with Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey at the time but to keep pur ducks In line It Is necessary.
A much more imoortant fact is that Rlckard. .and Rlckard
alone. . ruled wit Wills as an opponent for Dempsey, and
neither Albany, the commission nor anybody else ever had his
agreement that such a match yould. or could be .made
. Generally, Dempsey is depicted as the culprit In this one;
Wills was too tough so he chose Gene Tunney, etc, etc. In "The
Magnificent Rube- we are asked to believe- that vacillating
commission blocked Wills.. What nonsense! v
- W11U was the bait with whom Jim Farley, who was soon U
be known as a "Klnr (F. D. R.) Maker". . and who was the
SonSSTon?. sought to steal the Harlem vote Hon. the tradi traditional
tional traditional Reoublicaa creel And because F'rd '''"tj?
mant, Farley forced the Dempsey-Tanney fight ut of New York.
s He wound na with Harlem, though.
Posterity can never say we didn't do our dernest to cor correct
rect correct this stubborn misconception. To repeat, Dempsey really
5idn'4 want Tunney; he had been out of action for three years;
he wanted to start is comeback against an older, slower fight-,
"SJSLJfSYiilWard had nromoted the fight In j

which the Negro. Jack Johnson, knocked out the white i man, Jim
'."rfries. Race rioU erupted 'in many parts of the country.
ickard thought it unwise to invite a possible repetition and
;houghtful racial leaders concurred. For the record Hills met
Jack Sharkey, took a beating, and fouled out in the 13UL
- All through the book the author salutes Rlckards honesty,
aeoenaence and stand-up qualities.- Factually recorded, this
. -ddent would have rendered proud and proper .service to his
" -lenient. r : ... '
' ALL EHOOK CP t
; It may be of particular interest to those who have a fond--ss
for tne delicacy to know that In some chapters there Is
so a heavy content of pure tripe.
For example. Rlckard is represented as so desolate over the
afeat of Dempsey in the Battle of the Long Count that he
on't attend a party honoring Tunney. . v.
Benny Leonard said to hint In the Sherman Hotel lobby,
rnsliim? Tbev're all eelebratinr.

Cl"brafmt l,at?- demanded Rickard bitterly, as be tara

ca - ,.,, a I

Of foijrye, r.: s fTf-ify ir.e wav any rroToier wu

Van drasrn ll..S rcr.e aoa m m

1 Hoak is the- one Manager Teb:

betts and. his staff havo done an-

Uther, grand job on. The third

baseman who couldn't ouy a nit

as a Dodger ancra uid was oatung

a screaming .352. is already being

tabbed as the most improved ma major
jor major league player.:;

"WI DIDNT OIVI HOAK a

happy pill or anything like that,"
said. Tebbetts, a man of a few
million words when the subject is
baseball. "Don wasn't getting any

where with the stance he had, so
we changed it What could he
lose? His old sstanca had him
locked up on certain pitches. He
couldn't get into the ball, blocked

himself out and was easy to pitch

to. His feet were spread too muchj

straightened him. up and movd
him back in 'the batter's box.
"Mental rehabilitation figured
heavily on all the men who found
the way in Cincinnati. .';

"Others had talked- to Hoak, of
course, but wo got Mm after ; he
had experienced a frightful year

and was in a deep recession, ne
was In a frame of mind to accept

advice and do anything. When be

started to bang the ball, be nat

urally felt that he got help; im

mediately and Kept ngm on go-

, t. f -tr

A- Tebbetts shot in the arm 'Is

worth a drug store full of happy

pills' smiles Hoak, t ?

f RACTICALLY.. THE ENTIRE

Ditching staff was pasesd along to

the Reds by others Brooks Law

rence and the other half of ; the

entry, Hersh Freeman, and John

ny Klippstein, Hal .'Jeff coat and

Hhcker. So were Gust Bell., and
George Crowe, who filled in so ac acceptably
ceptably acceptably for Ted KJuszewski. i ;

' Careful handling pt personal

problems extends beyong Crosley
Field. Gabe Paul had one end of
the backbone of his club .when
Branch Rickey of the Pirates, ex ex-asDerated
asDerated ex-asDerated at the family transpor

tation problems of Bell, swapped
the young center fielder for three
guys named Cat Abrams, Gail

Henley, and Joe Rossi. General

Manager raui saw wine iinanc iinanc-ins
ins iinanc-ins of a Bell home in Cincinnati

and gave the young man employ

ment during ue on-season.

The Reds, who bounced nacx

bad' start,: are a striking example
of what an alert front office can
do' with a manager who u n d e r r-stands
stands r-stands and works at his business.

Steady Loser Stpbbs Can 't See

One Touch Of Humor In. Plight

By JIMMY BR ISDN

Last year, Stobbs averaged' only

ifwn uallra Dam In n i ...

NEW YORK (NEA) Its was, son --something practically pbe-

vuutfc oiuuus nsi' ueeir i i i n g i nomenai wnn a cluD of Washing Washing-himself,
himself, Washing-himself, a new season, Like any, ton's caliber. He gave up 54 dur

ing the season. This year he yield-

player with a losing team,' btobos,
the Washington left-hander, : had

made a point of- forgetting 1956
when spring training began.
. Stobbs had lost his final five

games of the season In September
and the last thing on his mind, as

he took the mound against the

Yankees on opening day. was what

I nart of this had in store for .him

nine straight losses.

bo be was firing like a new man

st Yankee Stadium, But nothing

was going his way and the Yan

kees got a run In the last of tne

nintn and Stobbs' seven-hitter, with

seven struceouts ana oniy two

walks, went down the dram. '.
frnm 'thara h twfnt, on tit Inaa

eight more and he couldn't do a

mine about it. eitner. lor tne &en.

ators gave him the grand total of
five runa during the streak.

Stobbs was on a bus -from the

park and somebody sitting next

m him asked tne pitcher what .t

was like to lose all those games

Thhero isn't a laugh to the

whole business, if that's what you

mean," the big, crew-cut' xia an

swered. "Everything goes wrong

.real wrong, we had i a -rauy

going in Cleveland and Jim Lem Lemon
on Lemon siid into second base. The um
pire said be was safe. Lemon
thought he was Called out. He

jumped up to argue and was tag-,

ged out.

It's bound to affect ever;

you do." You start thinking

things which shouldn't be on

mind when you're pitching. I

two strikes on a batter and

sets a hit. Shouldn't happen. Bui

it does and I get to thinking about

it. I should be telling myseix a a-bout
bout a-bout the batter up there. But I'm

thinking about my trouble.

edj 21 in nine fames.

'You 'can't5 give lt'up- Stobbs
says, "You come-in after losing
and you feel real low. But t h e
minute you get out of the dress dressing
ing dressing room you got to think of the
next Ume, Get ready for it In your
mind. i '.'
"That's the big thing when- 4
Pitcher is losing how he thinks
He won't stay around long if he
lets it get him. I don't mean for forget
get forget it. Nobody can do that. I
mean change the outlook start

saying you'll start winning, then
concentrate on that"
"He's going to win." Eddie Yost,
the veteran third baseman, cut in.
'-'V
"He's too good a pitcher.' Dizzy
Dean never would have made the
majors if Jie came in and got as
msny rim as we give Chuck
It'll get better.".
Chuck Stobbs didn't even smile -when
somebody suggested keep keeping
ing keeping his hotel room windows lock locked
ed locked if things didn't look up In a a-hurry.
hurry. a-hurry. ,f
' ' '
To the pitcher, losing consistent.";
Iy is too serious even for small!
talk. n

IKE'S PRO... No. 10
Twist Feet Into Sand

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"I nujh too hard. Whert I pitch

good. I'm always around, the plate.

Now I find I'm aiming. I look to

get the pitch too good. And 1 wind
up in trouble. Like a guy walking

down flight of starts. Lo it auto

matically and you re down oetore

you know it. But think of what
you're doing and you wind up on
your face.", i a n 1

- EDITOR'S NOTE; This Is the
tenth of 11 articles written, for
NEA Sorlco and The Panama:
American by Ed Dudley, prefes
llonal ef the Augusta National,
who includesPresident B I s e n n-howtr
howtr n-howtr amen his. famous pupilar
, By ED DUDLEY
.ON a sand shot the feel of the
swing should be one of an unhur

ried style. .

It should be a tairiy tuu swing,
definitely down and behind the
ball and firm, but not hard. The
difference between firm and hard

mt-hSL stressed too strongly.

The olaVer inust learn the Hiffer'

ence between'the two feelings. ;
The stance is open to perhaps 'a
30 degree angle to the line of
flight .

The grip is tne same as on otner
shots,rbut the club face' is held
at a definite right angle.
The ball is played off the left
instep.' :' ': ' '
The feet are not only, firmly

planted. They should be twisted
firmly o they dig into the sand
to insure perfect balance. This Is

most important ana tne norm.

r

There are exceptions to. the rule,

of course, but such variations
should of necessity come after,
learning the norm, r
The actual hitting of the. sand.
however that the degree of effi efficiency
ciency efficiency to- which, he might aspire
naturally belongs to the element,
of time. -.'".,

(NEXT; Wester shets. ,,;

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Houses Apartments

FOR HINT r Mod elialer
Balls Vitta. Phone 3-3305, rse-
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceorislde Corteges
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal J-WJ.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. 0 mil part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1366.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT; Cornor litot, eee
trelly locatad. Idaal for office,
clinic or small ,store. Raatdnabla
prices now, With or without air
condition. Inquire, comer 37th
St. and Cuba Avenue, ana block
from the Finance Ministry and
Panama Hospital. Phona 3-1074.
T
Red Kangaroo Courl
; Condemns, Executes
Hungarian Rebel
WTWWWii June 1 fUPl A Com
' anunist Hungarian kangaroo court
condemned a,man and woman for
"counter f evolutionary" activities
yesterday ana, tnesman was, m-
mediately taken but and executed,
k was diiclosea toaayi
i rnnimiinist controlled Radio Bu
dapest aaid a military tribunal at
a Szekszard; norm oi we auumem
'"knnrian itv of Pad. passed sen
tence o;h Sanor Bada and Mrs. Ist-
ivan r ureai.
Her "sentence wa postponed
pending an appeal for clemency,
the raflio saicu
5 'The eeort Wat one) of a num.
" bar ostabllshod by the Soviet
- puppet regime of Premier Janoe
' Kadar to mete out twift ana
'' stem penalties te rebels during

T siJJ J?r0?"m wins' aponsor-

5 Peci "wat a ieat'of raer cv-
ii. Ain k.. fir.t wmIt nf the

refMt 'anctrtmeHi tlefti st ,rt jJe-nagtea) f ducation of ,Des ,Des-'
' ,Des-' ties the Soviets crushed after their pnond Daniels, a young Panama-

counter-attack on Nor 4he rH
fgion around Pecs, However, re-
mained rebel; troagheld for
fweeks afterward.
" The radio gave details of
'the aUeged enmet f Bad and
' Mrs. Furedu
Meanwhile, refugees arriving In
Austria 'from Hungary today re--ported
rida .spread rumors In
i Budapest that the Kadar regime
has arrested former President Zot
, tan Tildy. ,:
!XW..JCfugees said there were
teportsv that TUdy, not a innmu innmu-nit,
nit, innmu-nit, would be placed on. rlal,
partly because be refused to lend
bis name te Kadar'a government.
Nothing bad been' heard of Til-
dy, the first Hungarian' premier
after. World War U and s leader
of' the Smallholder party, since
the Nagy regime; ell luidef uv
aiaa guns.
Gutierrez Scores
2-Round Knockout
pyer Joey Abastof.
HOLLYWOOD, June 3 (UP),
Alvaro Gutierrez, 145, of Mexico
City. scored a quick and impres impressive
sive impressive second round knockout over
Joejr- Abasta, 142, Azusa, Calif.,
Saturday night in a scheduled 10-
rouad main event at. Hollywood Le

gion- Stadium. .-
Ggtierm. wbe bad lest -to- Ra Ramon1
mon1 Ramon1 Tiscareno in his only local
showing prior to Saturday night,
caught Abasta with a smashing
. left book te the jaw and sent him
flying through the ropes and onto
' the apron where he was counted
i eut at X:U.

- FOR RENT: i
Airy anodern 3 ted ream, t
Bntnreom apartment, bal
een y, snald'a room with
bath, bet water, garage.
$lM.lt. CaO 34321. besiness
' noars.
JUNE
16th
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ATTENTION, 0. U Jusr built
: ntodeni fvrniihad opoitmonls, IV
2 bedrooms, hot, cald water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: A three-bedroonr
apartment,, with two bathi, liv-ing-dinihg
room, kitchsn, maid't
room with own bath, weshtuba,
garage,, and, hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama.'
3-1292 CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A: ,
FOR --RENT: -Nicely- furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
porch, parior-diningroom, bed-c
- room, kitchen. Tiled,- screened.
555.00, Apply No. 112, Via Be Be-lisario
lisario Be-lisario Porras near Roosevelt
Theatre. i
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apart-msnr
msnr apart-msnr furnished, w2 baths, for
2 months. Call 3-6932 from. 4
to 7 p.m., Cangrefo. W;'V,,
FOR RENTt Modem 8-bed-reom
apartment with 2 bath
rooms, maid's room with bath,
living and dining room. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Campo Alogre.
Phone between 7 and p.m.,
3-7192. ,:,,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Vista Harmota with light
and gas. Phono 3-3589. '
FOR RENT: Furnished modem
apartment in Belle Vista. Three
femiljr bedroom, two baths,
moid' room and bath, all con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Cell during business
boars, Panama 2-2159,-.
Two ;!f ish G iyin g
Ih-Cofpn .?
A program of classical 'music
has been arranged by Elaine Ca Ca-nalos
nalos Ca-nalos de Wunderlich, violinist, and
Hans Janowitz, pianist, two well well-known
known well-known artiste, for theif 'Atlantic
Side appearance at the Rex thea.
4re in Colon on Thursday evening,
June 8, at tn'clocki.,;;., i
fa my We music Mnoiarship Fund
I Cammittee. a erouD resnonaihi
ma tenor who is now ;a student
t the Huston Tillotson College in
Austin, Tes. vProceds -from r the
concert will be applied to the fund
for. bis education.
Both artists hav naaf.t
mg in Europe under famous tutors,
uu mve aisuoEuisnea tntmoiv.
as soloists and teachers of music
here and abroad.
Their Colon recital win a
With a grOUD Of Dian 'anlne 1
Prof. Janowiu enf wiU elose with
a '- group of violin selections by
Mrs. Wunderlich. ;
r
Refiiciani
o Bar Trespassers
rem Fnng Ranges
TOKYO, June S fTJP) japa japa-nese
nese japa-nese police inaction against tres trespassers
passers trespassers hag left U.S. firm.- rang
es in Japan ""wide open and ripe"
for more incidents between the
two -countries, an 'American "Ar-
aiy. wiicer saia toaay,-s
The Officer, who asked not to
do wenunea,- said UJ5. officers
here are annoyed with Japanese
criticism over the accidental
killing; of a Japanese woman
who was reported stealing scrap
metal on the American range
last Jan. 30.
He said JaDane.se rwilic inac
tion, plus lack of cooperation by
locrJ Japanese authorities h
resiutca in every nnnr rnnir in
Japan being almost "completely
infiltrated- by Japanese citizens
wno sieai scrap metal to sell on
a local market.
A yoanr Americsji soldier, Sp.
3rd CUss William S. Girard of
Ottawa, HL, U to the middle
of a masbrooming IJ.S.-Japa-nese
dispute that developed
after he accidentally killed a
woman on an American firing
range.
t.iMUM. .rn.i.i. jj.j

MtltSr7&nifnw.tn a systematic cam-

that Girard "lured" the woman

onto the range and dmand thatr"1 Z."" Pfk

ne M tried In a Jinanrw om.rt
VS. authorities, i n c I udinaj
CJtrardv commanding officer,!
nave si iea mat cirard was "on
duty" at the time and therefore
any trial should be handled by
American authorities.
A U. 8th Army spokesznaa
said today that American miil-i
Ury commanders have reoeat-ia

i edly protested to Japanese ao-jup of the tews, a gambling resort1 101110 Chan,- Edward Byron CU CU-i
i CU-i thorttles even before the Glr-j near Montreal. Jford, Jr Ruth E. Coppenhaver,

ard case to keen Janan& el.
rUlans off American firing rang-
ea.
jespiie uie protears. tneed

sposcsiuan swa, Japanese scrapicar their D-Hots.
hanUrs are illegally on tbef Three of the six couDfil tests
ranees whenever "we fire a went to members of the Virilmr

gnn." .

WTsI?Rn?Z2.? 0t,"r-AT 13-37

RinftM. m 5m1iL ,VI' .u,ul1"" v, u O PHARMACY) La Carrasqullla rAHMACM. LOM-
?AfH97;i0-.?fJ-.85' ',0BBJ80N.T?!?J?.,.-,,L O ira SERVICE-Ato. MvoU No. 4 PAKMACIA ESIADOS UNIDOS 1 Central Ave

vak nwiSZrSLlrZ. b ,7 AB"irJ?Al?,i!-,.
Yr, iSsSSTTl.--?? M "ABMACIA X BATUBBO-rfanoe Lefevra

.Automobiles
FOR SALI;--1950 Buiek Super'
Riviera, excellent condition, ra-;.
dio, dynaflow, heater, ate. New,
tires, only $475. Phono 5-505,
Gatun 265-B. i
FOR SALE; 1956 Austin A-J0,
2 doori':' excellent condition. .'
Owner leaving for States, will sell
at reasonable price, Phone Bal-.
boa 4445 or Balboa 24 It. :
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-,
doer sedan. Call Qtrs phone Al-v
brook 3227; or, office phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4252 or 3265. t
FOR SALE 1954 Ford 4-door
station wagon, 9-passenger, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Phone Fort
Clayton 87-31 04. Price $1500.
FOR SALE 1953 Kaiser Man
hattan, overdrive, heater, under-v
coated. Good -tires.' Call Balboa
3673 or Qtrs. 2726-B, Coeoli.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hillman con convertible,
vertible, convertible, cheap ' transportation, transportation,-$300.
$300. transportation,-$300. Phone Albrook 3192,
FOR SAL E Several buses of
different sixes et prices to suit
your pocket. Contact the Canal ;
Zone Bus Service, Curundu.
FOR SALE: '53 4-dr.' Hillman
sedan, duty paid. Albrook 7228
efter 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: '56 Hillman 4-dr.
sedan, radio, excellent condition.
Albrook 7228 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontile Eight
4-door sedan, good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Leaving, must is II. Call Z
2341.
"Slim Tonr figure down V
BODI REDUCING
"McLevy Machines. Massage
8team Bath malr and temale
Medical belts, orlh braces.
0RT0PEDIA NACI0NAL
f H 'nste Aresemena S-ttlT
noyu, minea (uuropedlstx
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers ; Movers
' '"ones 2-2451 2-2562
, AMnf Wdlnf .afV,,
PANAMA i RiaiNaT SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Classes dally
I to 5 p.m. Phone 2-245 1'
" of appointment, v.t ; S
IJl INSURANCE
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4
JLM ridge
General Ajrerit
Gibraltar tile Ins. Co.
tor rates and Information
s TeL Panama 1-0532
"CHIROPRACTOR
Dr, GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 8
across from Lnx Theatre
Hours '9:00 a.m. to 12:08
2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tel. Panama 3-3272.
FREE
DEMONSTRATIONS
. "T on ;
NECCHI-
SUPER-NOVA
Sewing Machines
FREE SEWING LESSONS
f Given at
BRANCH ;'
ECONOGAS
branch" :
T170I1 Ate. 18-78
TeL628
Quote Unquote
VILLE JACQUfr CAKTLER,
QueH June 3 (UP) The newly newly-elected
elected newly-elected "cleanup" mayor keot the
riot act in force In this ramblintr
town today after an outbreak of i
violence and vandalism in Satur.
aar s mumcipal elections.
vtlgn. ? early : Friday
wo w we
polls.
Montreal police, cooperating
with the municpality's 25 man
force, arrested 20 persons. They
were released on $50 bail after .be
ing arraigned on charges of vi violence.
olence. violence. t:"i ..
The new mayor. .Louis Chsnv
berland, is a member of the Vigi-I
lance League whe campaigned ea
reform do1tt advoeatfn i..n
Chamberland polled 887 votes
more than his opponent. Lee Re-J
millard. Only 4500 ef the muniri-
nihtv'a 11.000 liriKla neera kr.l
tbe camoam of terrorism n
Uague.' . I

Miscellaneous

MOTOR AL SALES i SER.
yiCE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARCbST STOCK OF TUBES'
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA-
DIOS AND T:V SETS .i ON t
THE ISTHMUS. V IMVERSIO.
NES ,' CENERALES, ; AUTO-,
MOBILE ROW No. 3I.-V -j-. ; s
FOR SALE9 booka "Funck. cV -Wagnalls"
encyclopedia;', brand :
new, $30. Phone Panama 2-
3016. -'z:t:'::''
FOR SALE-Cocker Spaniel re-
gistered, lass than a year, old,
$25. Phone 2-2785 Balbee.
"TECHO" QUALITY, corrugated
galvanised sheets, 36 BG V a 6',
special galvanised finish, $1.25
per SHEET. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC. P.O. Boa
4489. phone Panama 3-5471 or
1-6707. ,-.,3k-:;'
; ;WE OFFER: COPPER WATER
TUBING, 12." 58'V 34'
Type K L, TIN LEAfj SOLDER
4060, and 5050 A Hoy,' IHS. i
and 5 lb. Spools, I lb. Bars."
LEAD CAULKING WOOLBartJ?
',f.,fl,,mb'"' LIAD SHEETS
3M" ,h,ek- LEAD
INGOTS siias: 3 lb., 25 lb.,
50100 lb. PAN AMERICAN
,ACTORS.INC.iP.O;B.,
Plackmailer Sought
In Threatened Grab
Of Heire$j Child
SRESGIA, Jtaly, June S (UP)
Police tried today to-identify a
njysterious blaclcniaiier who 'has
been threatening to kidnap the
daughter of a -soccer nool million.
;t?k,laJi'i'ridow Marietta Che Che-.u
.u Che-.u won 2-21l,200 collars
soccer pool AprU 21, began
receiving threatening letters 15
""'Chaza for i,600u dollars, or
j """ anap .ner eight-year-old,
daughter, Norma.
oBc:iavi1beii cloftelyv guard guarding
ing guarding Mrs Gheza's home in nearby
Marone,. and escorting little Nor Nor-ma
ma Nor-ma to school and back, since the
first letter arrived. -They question question-ea
ea question-ea a number of rnn. t
fort to pin downhe blackmailers J
o'"' ai ' ':"
The 182 membera
ing olass of Balboa High School
wiu receive men diploma
Wednesday night at 8 p.m. during
the annual commencement exer
cises to De neid in the Balboa.
Theater.
The graduates -will be nresented
by Theo. F. HoU orincinal hf th
Balboa High School, to Roger W.
uminge, asistant superintendent
of the Canal Zone school, whs
will award the diplomas.
The theme of the commencement
will be "We, the Seniors," and the
student speaker will.be James
Watson, who will talk on- "Our
Preparation"; Melinda Marshall'
speaitmg "our Ubiigatiods,''; Ow
en Sutherland, on "Our Aim s.
and Marcia Lewis 'speaking, on
"Our Gratitude' Gerald Durfee,
president of the senior class, also
will be one of the speakers.
The Invocation will be given" by
Rabbi Nathan Witkin and the Rev.
John D. RuUedge CM., will
give the Benediction, v ;
Music for the greduation exer exercises
cises exercises will be furnished by t h e
Balboa High School orchestra
under thd direction ef, Victor A.
Herr. Richard Richerdson will
play a saxophone sole, "Sole
Clesieue Modernex." t
Tickets will be necessary for ad
mission to the exercises, it was
announced. ;
The complete list of 1957 grad graduates
uates graduates follows: :
Irene Abadi, Lillian Rebecca A A-belL
belL A-belL Nancy Acly, Patricia Helen
Adams, James Walter Albin, To Tomes
mes Tomes Dan Alexander, Texana -Allen,
Eda Edelmira Altuna, Yvette
Amar,- Marcia Cecilia Archibald,
Leopolde D. Arosemena. Charles
Noun Ashley, Ivonne Marie Azca
rraga, Louis J. Barbier, Jr June
Carol Barlow, Jose Guillermo
Barr. Rachel Elizabeth Barr. Ed
na Louise Beasley. David Salomon
Behar, James Edward Benson,
Helen Shirley Bishop, Joseph
Frank Blackburn-N.S., Doris Jean
Bieakley, Robert Borgstede. and
Cesar Alberto-Bouza.
Agnes Esther Brin. Rose Bteh,
Cesar Auguste Campagnani, Jr
James August Carlin, Carmen Ele
na Casira. Vilma Edith Casva. Je-
seoh David Chalmers. Roberta Ae-
Carolyn Anne Cora, Emereneiana
Cosca, Ralph Wellington Cox, Har Harriett
riett Harriett Critch,' Brenda Mary C a
ningham. Be tie Louise Davis.
Joan Blair Degenaar, Leon Dobrol
wolskL Wuliam Edward D o 1 a a,
Carrie Jeanne Doner, James Lau Laurie
rie Laurie Doran. David Potter Dreanan.
Gerald Armani Durfee, Madeline

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Cornel Wilde Keeps Eye On Future,
Branches Out For Wider Experience

HOLLYWOOD." June 3 fUP
Cornel Wilde has no one but him
self to" blame it his new movie
isn't a smash hit. He was produc producer,
er, producer, 'writer, star, director and edi editor
tor editor of "The Devil's Hairpin,"
Wilde can't even complain
aooui nis leading iaay she's Jean
Wallace, his real-life spouse.' v
' Looking t a little : punchy from
his exertions as a one-man movie
studio, the handsome actor ad-
I mits making his own pictures is
.i aozen not
irons. .' u '- 2. k
You never have a mlnnt t
relax,'! the big -guy grinned. "I've
worxea irom seven in- the morn morning
ing morning untU seven ,at night without
a moment: on. .. .".i.. :
'It's a Brind. As .n',;'"i
cou a always get in a; few naps
while- the crew set nn nu.
Kiie,., uui noi anymore." ; ,-
Why. then. do Wi),i :v.a.i.
himself iout He'- doesnt need the
"Even If. I was 'broker that J
ernment wouldn't r let mBi : tta
' "The real reason I'm kr.nhu.
out in so many directions "is (hat
1 want to remain active after my
?? edin8 ""n re over.
1 m looking ahead 15 year or
so to the time whfn in r ....
tors will be. worrying jibout how
- v: ' 14 'i'
M,5eI:beren rnd William Hub-
uuiu jcumvnason, Jr. -
Barbar Anne Elich, Judith Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn JEngelke Edith. Estrada, Jen Jen-ette
ette Jen-ette Bradshaw FahrubeL Maurice
Fallenbaum, Michael Patrick Fal-
, paroara jee Farbman, James
Glaros FarrelL Jr., Robert ord
- vuivi manuei rer-
nandez..Jr.. John HniH..
Peggy Marie Foiles, Clinton Kenl
nedy Fulleton, Joseph Carre Gal-
'rlew E-er Garri-
do. Mildred Roee fiihh. sh.ii.
Anne GUbert, Marie Loiae Girard.
M I liar, A na f .. n
ITrZ VT oara v. ureen,
Ralph Ricard Grasau. Jr H.i-ri!
son Cleveland Griffin, Rodger Wil-
ur vitmiu, jr. ana uarolyn Hail.
George Henry Hamilton, Jr.,
Robert Barry Hamilton,' Lendy O O-ve
ve O-ve Harris, Audrey Diane Hearne,
Christian William Hearon, Rose
Adele Hensler, Minerva Dfana
Herrera Marilyn Kay Howard,
Phoebe Jean Hughes, Margery Ma Marie
rie Marie Icke, Diane Margaret Jacobs,
Linda Marie Jacobs, Donna 3ean
Jenkins, Mamie Lynne Jones, Mel Mel-ba
ba Mel-ba C. Jones, Marilyd Beth KeL,
Elma Victoria Kent, Susan 1im
beth Kxapp, Caroll English Och Och-er;
er; Och-er; Jr., James Stanberry Xraemer, j
Robert Gerhardt Laatz. Jr Eric
Viggo Larsen, Marcia Simpoa
Lewis, Nils Linfors, Jr. and Pa
tricia Ann iar.
"Mary Grace Lombana. Martin
Lopez, Jr., Melinda Marshall, Ju Julia
lia Julia Ann May, Judith Ann McCul McCul-lough,
lough, McCul-lough, Geraidine McGriff, Robert
Thompson McMath, Ronald Ernest
Mead, jiadia Mendieta R.. Doro
thy A. Metzger, Carrie EUie Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Gladys E. Miller, SUka Mire Mire-ya
ya Mire-ya MUla, Evelyn MobL Jean Me-
lyneaux, tUxabeth Dale Monagea,
Frank Ritchie More, Jr., And. Ra
quel Moreno, George Joseph Mo Moreno,
reno, Moreno, Jr., Kenneth Lee Al orris,
uail susaa JdulUrkey, Charles
Michael Napier, Helen Jane Jsniafa
Nit a, Jeaaette Diana Orr and Niza
Esther Pasamante.
Sheila Eileen Peterson. 'Mary
Frances Pennington, Carol An Pe-
ranue, jayne Kuth Petersoa, Vic
tor at. fiUi, Felix Adolfo PoDeri,
Suzan Kuth Potter, Luis. Carlos
Pros peri, Jr., Nincy Frost Purdy.
Joseph Edward PustU, Robert
Winiield Rennie, Loo is Robert Be-
yes, Virginia Reynolds, Richard,
Kent Richardson, Carol Keith Boo Boo-erta,
erta, Boo-erta, Charles Louis Robinson, Ar Ar-cedio
cedio Ar-cedio Franeis todaniche, O I g a
Mercedes Rodriroex. Patricia Cosv
suelo Samson, Herbert Baymood
Schneider, William Thomas Sears.
Carlos R. Seise, Eleanor Dean
Seiby. Alien C, Sheppard. Jr. and
Robert Luis Shires.

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Lesson
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1 Rome-1 n Conversational System, be beginners
ginners beginners and advanced pupils.
Leiions: Mornings,' efterneona
, and evenings. 4th of July Ave-
nne T-1-3 52, in front of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights. ?
they look, When my1 acting days
are over I .don't want to. settle
"own on a chicken .farm. (
'"A man doesn't have to worry
about his appearance or his age
when he's working behind the
cameras, wuae conperiprf
His first two independent ef'
ions, "istorm Fear"' and "The
Big Combo," were made, on his
uwn rine i uevil'a Haii-Wn ; 4
iiiaue w, conjunction with Para-
. . rwna
"The studin' will ri..'
DIin, but-.I,Wn it," Wilde went
on. "Think of ill tn mnJl i
saved by not havings to- hire a
separate producer director wrlt wrlt-er
er wrlt-er (and starv v
. 1 m not being funny. The sal
res wouw have been terrific.'
No empire guilder, Wiide a
one-time medical student, .has no
plans for expanding his .Theodora
Productions to. the scale of jhs
Wayne's BaUae Prnriitlnn.
Burt Lancaster growing organil
' r two pictorer a Vear "are
pieniy,; ne said. "I'm enjoying
'i!r r ,BUt ny more work
wuuiq oe ousmess, not fun
w .?..nVy d,yi "n -ctor are
over, 1 11 have aomtthimr t
"""r. .""n 100 Pver my old press
.. o
p-mv-mm
; Judith Marions Sigl," Nancy Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Simon. Carolvn Hn 6m. 11
Aileen F Smith. John Henry
Smith, John Bradford Stevens,
Martha -Marie Stevenaon, Robert
"W1" airumpi, caret Ann Styles,
Owen Chariea Sutherland,.Michael
"jrue layier, Benjamin Lester
JJ onert Ernest Tooth-
c"'!,.C,iude?e J? Tousiseh,
Sandra Marcia Turner, Laura U U-rriola,
rriola, U-rriola, Raquel Urriola, Carol Ann
X?n,miyf,r' Ethel L; Vo. Wayne
Jr., John Richard WibeL Nor Nor-ert
ert Nor-ert wills,. Daniel Goehring Winklo-
"j, -una r.awara winkloskv Ii
fl?.0!?;"" Withrow Wood,
Richard Wells WriffK w.irr'.
Erne 2ora,Jr. "- -r 7"?
East 6ernians;Drafl;
Sfucfenfs For Vcrk
Fear Trips To VesI
BERLIN. June J t1TP r..t
German Communiai, tnAmw ai
ly drafted students far aunt rnm
work to keep them from viaitinsr
. ...". t, -i
Bertold Handwerker, Communist
Party Central Committee member,
said university students "should"
mmA -1 il
trcuu m wecs. ui uieir vacauoe I
wursana m mines, lactones and
farms sad high scboo: stodenta
four weeks.-
- ..
He said it wis the students' du
ty te show their loyalty to the gov
ernment through such deeds as va
cation wort. i.
Commonist atudenU' meeting on
East Berlin. His speech was die-'
closed today.' ; k t
.Resolution backing handwork
era proposal immediately were
passed by aumeruus Soviet xone
schools and universities. This was
ea indication that great pressure
would be Placed on yovths to get
then te sign vp.
The Communist prees said 15,-
008 stodents alreedy have vohia vohia-teered
teered vohia-teered U "aid the building of Se-1
The Commenirts bave banned
student trips to West Germany and
other NATO nations ea tk rroundi
Uve West wul recrut students ss
spies,

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Dispute Over Dice Game Point

Winds Up In Wild Gun Battle

" BRIDGEPORT. Conn.: June 3
(UP) An argument over a point
in a dice game broke out into a
wild gun battle- early today m. a
social club, killing an: ex-convict
and wounding two Others.
ix-convict Albert Furtado. 34.
was found dead on the .' floor v of
the Hollow A. C. Social .Club. -He
had been shot seven times in the
bead, chest, arras and legs'.
Police were led to the scene ef
the battle by James Dellamara-
gio, 46, alias "The Potent teeth-
er Kid," who stumbled into St.
Vincenf s hospital) suffering from
bullet wound.!"- iSV'-s""
Thh other injured man was Vin-
tent Di Orio. 2S. co-owner of the
ciubt He was reported in critical
condition and DeUamarggio in fair
condition .- t'-'-i"- 'iJ-
Capt John Carroll said the fiehi
was apparently between 1 Furtado
andDi. Orio with Delia marggio' a
viciira of circumsunce.
Secret Pep or$ Pose;
Peculiar PrcLJCo-n i:
For Harvard Profits
WASHINGTON. June 23 fUPi
Harvard University has plaintive plaintively
ly plaintively appealed to the governm ent to
please help it get rid of a vast
heap- of secret wartime docu
ments, some ox them so hush-
hush 'nobody at, the school dares
iook -at them."
Haryard took its case to Chair
man John Moss (D-Calif l-of
tne House Government' Informa
tion subcommittee. Moss appealed
to uetense secretary Charles E.
Wilson to come to Harvard's aid.
The university's Widener Li Library
brary Library has been trying for40 years
Ttei na ot the, documents, only
be thwarted by red taoe. It
caa't return -them to the Kovern-I
ment, it can't burn- them and it
can't give them away.
And it is costing Harvard $1,200
a year just to store the papers in
badly-needed library space. y
Moss told Wilson in a letter that
the problem .should, be one of the
first tackled by Rear Adm. John
M. Hoskins, newly' appointed by
Wilson to handle, -the task- of re
moving the secrecy label from old,
military documents. . -r
The material accumulated while
World War II research projects'
were going on at Harvard, it oc occupies
cupies occupies a space equal to a room
70 by 100 feet, packed from floor
to ceiung. v i
Moea aaid some of the narjer
probably have been declassified
iBut no one now at Harvard has
the -necessary government rlear rlear-ance
ance rlear-ance -to inspect the documents.
Thus, Moss said, Harvard finds
itself required to store and pro protect
tect protect papers "which no one st Har-
vara can look at, and which Har Harvard
vard Harvard cant get declassified, cant
return to the 'government, cant
give away and cant bum."
He asked Wilson 1 to determine
who has title to the papers, how

they can be reviewed and re-! cials. Among the witnesses will
classified, and how Harvard can be Cross, former Vice President
get authority to dispose 'of them i George Stuart, and Anthony Con Con-without
without Con-without ."risk'." forti, a local official. .

. Be made a name for h!If anot every woman he met
...this man they now call "Murter!" What fsecination drew
women te his arms... despite themselves? Mhit made men
Tn-ht. er fear, oe follow him? What was the secret he left
kortfd In the shadow of Suntimon Street? See Tony Cur Curtis.
tis. Curtis. Martha I'Tr. Charles Bicklord and Kalhrrn Grent In
"MISTFR CORT Cinemsore anil enlor, which OrENS
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Farm, '20 hectares,
near Arraian Customs. Modem
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1339, Balboa.
Det. Laeut. Joseph Walsh sale
later the fight apparently started!
over an argument about a point to
ne maae in a aice game. .Furta .Furtado
do .Furtado was throwing the dice at tha
time and apparently was losing a
cbnsiderable amount ... of money.
Lieut. Walsh said, one of the own owners
ers owners of the club .called the cams
Land sent everyone out.. .
-. Walsh said Furtado returned te
the club a short time later and
demended entry from Di Orio.
Di Orio opened the door and
T asked Detlemerggio arid anoth another
er another bystander, Emilion Anmmcio Anmmcio-1
1 Anmmcio-1 to,.68-ef Sfretford, to leave,
'Then, the shooting broke eut. -'Annunciation
t alsq was taken ti
St; Vincent's ; hospital complaining
of a bullet woundin 4he a r m,
but hospital attendants said : hi
had not been i shot. .The scratch
was received when. he made a hur hurried
ried hurried attempt to leave -the club and
brushed, against a rusty padlock
hasp.o v t
, Furtado r 't'was released from
state prison six months' ago after
Serving a sentence for a holdup.
Poteen said tno. arrests would be
made untilit is determined
whether Di Orio will live. ; a
AFL-CIO Official
Predicts Ouster
Of Tesinsfers VP
WASHINGTON1. June. 23 (UP ) )-WUliam
WUliam )-WUliam F. Schnitzler, AFL- CIO
secretary-treasurer said f o d a j
that Teamsters ..Vice President
Sidney Brenhan inuSt be ousted J
from- his post vu the. Teamsteri
are to remain in the AFL-CIO.
But he said he doubts if thi
Teamsters will have any hesitan-,
cy in ousting Prennan, a Minne
apolis, Minn.f union .omciai wns
was convicted of accepting mone
from an employerv'yj V
-Schnitzler was questioned aooui
corruption charges against the
Teamsters .and other unions In I
WTOP-TV television program,
"City Side." He told his question? :
ers. that; C. -.-r::--, "' '-
-He favors legislation to re
quire "full disclosure of tns
administration of health' and wet
fare and other union funds. -
The disclosure of corruption.
charges against Bakers Union
President James G. Cross "'elim
inates hinv" from eligibility to
continue in his union post Schnitz
ler, a member .' of the Bakers
Union, said the charges v "were C.
just ss shocking to me as to
everyone else.""-
. There "must -be something
seriously wrong with our judicial
system", because there has been
no criminal prosecution of a Laun-
dry Workers' Union official ac-
cused of embezzling money rom
the union s health, and welfare
fund.' '"-' .- v .' 'i .'
The Senate Labor Rackets Com-
mittee will begin hearings this
week on corruption charges
against the Bakers' Union offi

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TEST LANDING

(NEA TeleDhoto)

One of the two small helicopters -which -will be used bv President. Elsen

hower makes a test landine on the south l?rou nds of the White House., The Chief Executive

vi Ji,4iot expected to make persenal use of the -'copters until the Civil Defense, evacuation test
in mid-July. .'K- i V ' .' t ,'.

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Second

Set Off
O f Series

7 LAS VEC3AS, Nev. June 1
(UP) j The Atomic Energy
Commission exploded another
; atomic test device at the Neva-
da proving grounds yesterday
before dawn.
5 ."Sasterday'a "shot," as the sci scientists,
entists, scientists, call .j these blasts was
triggered atop, a 300rfoot tower
-at 4:55 a.m..,to .become, the sec second
ond second blast in the longest aeries
of nuclear test detonations ever

held by any country, including
Russia. The series Is scheduled

to have 20 shots in all and carry

through summer into September

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blasts that was set off after three

days of postponements while the
scientists waited out unfavora

ble weather and winds.
. Veteran observers of these ex

perimental blasts at the proving
grounds,' which lies --75 miles

northwest of Las Vegas, calcu

lated. lt as being in the range of

two xiiotons. Tnis, u about, one

tenth the explosive force of the
World War II atomic bombs that

devastated Hiroshima and Na
gasaki.
-

Small though yesterday's

mast was, as atomic bombs go.
it kicked out a mighty roar and
a flash clearly seen, in Las Ve Ve-gsa,
gsa, Ve-gsa, where the gamblers still
were clustered around the gam gaming
ing gaming tables yesterday morning.
The primary purpose of the
experiment is to determine the
effect of the brilliant atomic

flash on the eyes of animals.

Numerous pigs. dogs, .rabbits

and mice all anaesthetized

were scattered at distances from
ground zero for varied experi-

what hazards exist for human

eyes in the event of nuclear war.
The scientists already are a a-cutely
cutely a-cutely aware of the problem of
"flash blindness" and In the past
have v,. provided newsmen, and
other observers with dark glass glasses
es glasses so dark they are opaque in
normal minllirht. "TVia wornlnaa

are printed by, tKe, A-E-C that

iauure to use the dark glasses
or turn your back ori the flash
can result in at the very least
temporary blindness. A -The
shot was closed to news
media on the proving grounds

dui witnesses on nearby Angers
Peak, approximately 40 miles

irom the blast, saw a fireball

churning upward' and forming

me iammar musnrom cioua. The

lirebau was estimated tu be aD

proximately 500 feet In diame.

er. i

Because of the smallness of

the detonation, the scientists ex.

pected even less fall-out nroblem

man irom xuesoays series
opener explosion, which was rat

ed as 10 kllotons or equivalent

ments which scientists hope will to about 10,000 tons of TNT.

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No 'Meatax Cuts' For Fore jgn
Aid Program, Demo Chief Says

WASHINGTON, June 2 (VT)t

senate Democratic Leader Lvndon

a. jonnson predicted today Con Congress
gress Congress will refrain from votinf a

ny "meatax cuts" In President Ei

senhowers $3,865,000,000 foreian

aia program.

Bt, no told. It will not grant
any long-rango "blank chock"
for spending. , r ;

billion dollars" from Eisenhower's

Clay ton Powell
Falls III While
Preaching Sermon
NEW YORK, June S -T(UP)-Rep.
Adam Clayton Powell : Jr.,
48, Negro minister, became nl
while delivering a sermon at bis
Harlem church yesterday and t as
rushed to a hospital. His physi

cian said he may have suffered

a heart attack.
'Powell, husband of Negro pia

nist Hazel Scott, was delivering

the noon sermon at his Abyssinian

jpapusi vnurcn wnen be was

stricken.

s Physicians were called and

rushed him to New York hospital
by automobile.

v Doctors said Powell was' aV vie-

um. oi "overwork, over exertinn

and possibly av heart condition.

H was given a "general check

up and was allowed to im onlv

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MPs On Your Tail!

Don'l Cringe; If ; ;i;
May Mean Back N

When you're followed bv a Mili

tary Police vehicle on the post of

r on xv-ODDe, it may well mean
you're in line for a pat on the back
as Courteous Driver of the Month.

As M-Sgt. Clyde B. Shaw of the
TC Army Aircraft Field Mainten

ance Detachment discovered last
week, the Fort Kobbe Military Po Police
lice Police are as interested in giving out
this kind of citation ks any other
type. v .

In fact, thev sometimes mat

two selections a month when cour courtesy
tesy courtesy has been particularly evident
on the post ..
- With his selection as Courteous
Driver for the Month, of May, Sgt.

snaw joined the growing list of

housewives, officers and enlisted
men who have been commended
for their- demonstration of i a f a

driving habits, courtesy to pedes

trians, ana observance of traffic

rules, since the campaign wa In

augurated in December of 1 a a t

year.

"The award Is not granted until
an individual has been observed
for a substantial penod of time, to
determine if the driver is, indeed,
courteous at ail times under all
conditions. Emphasis is placed on

courtesy towards children

Undoubtedly a well earned feel.

lng of pride goes alonr with the
other symbols of recoenition -a

letter irom Col. Frank -D. MUler,

nasi (ommiMn1 nr trnrt KnhHa

and annonncemant of the award

in the post dady bulletin.

In addition. Set.' Shaw win m

his name engraved oa a plaque plaque-placed
placed plaque-placed alongside those honoris

the previously selected Drivers of

tne Month in the lobby of the

NEW YORK, June S (UP)The

com war moved into the Amen

can living room yesterday. Soviet

Communist Party Boss Nikita S

Khrushchev turned U. S. televi television
sion television star to lay down a new obal obal-lenge
lenge obal-lenge to the West. r. ,,
The pudgy,? balding first 'secre

tary of the Russian Communist

Party sat at his desk in the Krem

hn and boldly offered to test the

Soviet hold over Eastern Europe
With a radical new international

version of "double or nothing."

He said the- Russians would pull

their troops out ot East Germany,
Poland and Hungary to. prove that

tne communist regime in Hunga Hungary
ry Hungary could stand on its own two feet

.without an assist from. Moscow

' But this could be done' only for

a price, he said..
The price?
U. S. "withdrawal from West
Germany and Franco.

' Khrushchev also replied to the

new vtirstismau step", U. S. ap approach
proach approach to -nuclear disarmament
with the statement that he did not
know details but:
VWe are quite prepared to limit
ourselves to some small istep, in instead
stead instead of going after a comprehen comprehensive
sive comprehensive agreement at once;' so that
that small step -might, lead to
something bigger."
Khrushchev also renewed his

demands that the Iron Curtain be

lowered) but he said it would have

to be taken away by the West be

cause the west put it there. He
asked for actions to "normalize"
Russian-U.S. relations through dis

armament, elimination of trade

restrictions and a widespread cul cultural
tural cultural exchange. I I I

A war now would he a "calami "calamity"
ty" "calamity" for all the world, he said, but
more for the. Western part than

the Eastern part because -com
munism would survive and capi capitalism
talism capitalism would not.

. The face that already was

iammar, to Americans through
newspaper and magazine photos
and newsreels was beamed to the
nation"on film by the Columbia
Broadcasting System on its '.'Face
The Nation" TV show.-
. "Wo' want to compote w 1 1 h
you," he said, "and in that com?
petition wo want to have t h o
most healthy forces come into

tho forefront. .- .and J cart pro.
phosy that your grandchildren In
America will live under social-
ism. ( ,
it ."We -believe that Oiiri. unrfalist

system will be victorious, but that

system on anyone. We simply be

lieve that the people of each coun

try themselves will : come to rea realize
lize realize that that system is best ,' for

them."4 y : i

US;icjeb:G.aoEiels

. linrushchev faced the s nation
from his office. He refused to
wear makeuD. savin? ho upt a

close shave followed by, plenty of

laituiu yvwupr every aay. He de-

cunea to auow his furniture to be
rearranged for the show because

ne neneves strictly in realism.' He
Would not allow anyone to smoke
in his presence.
So, sitting in front of nlctn

. i i .. ... .i . : . -t

ttfnin ana iviarx ana behind t h e

telephones, one green v and one

wnite, that link his voice with all

of the "soviet Union, Khrushchev

uirnea on his famous charm for

xne huge American TV audirir

For one hour he answered aues-

uuus pui iu mm oy tt. j cutler,
Moscow correspondent of the New
York Herald Tribune, and Daniel
Schorr, Moscow correspondent for
CBS, and i show moderator Stuart'
Novins. v i

funds.

Son. Allen J. Illondor (D La.),
also a committee member a Id
ho believe that Cangroas '. can
cut Eisenhower's S7 1,800,000,001
pending bodgot by from 4 to
4V Wllien jMlara. V

He aaid that the bulk of this

I'- Jcut ahmiln Am in funli 4m

senate KemiDucan Leader wii- Armd .orvir Rut k. .m k.

!lm FKnowland joined in preH $3,800,000,000 foreign aid budget.

uicunB sirups wui oe uea to can oe trimmed by from tl.lOQ, tl.lOQ,-the
the tl.lOQ,-the administration's request for a 000,000 to $1,200,000,000.
long-range continuing loan proj Ellender aaid on the ABC tele
gram for future economic aid to, vision program "Celebrity pj

loreign nations. I rade," that he thinks Congreas "il

Mowu.no, an outspoiten roe- oi determined to make a.substan-

aia 10 aaarsoai mo a fuimmunist i rial cut in the bodget He said tho
government in Yugoslavia, a JsolPresident's television talks in iU

precuciea anotner anemnt wui do hhir "mirf. at n r .

mine w uan aucn assisiance- tl mu" -.

me iuicign aia dui uus year, rie Tho vminpn i!rt aiwrtW. mo

did not say whetherhe will lead:milli doUars renrosented euta ia

aucn a ngnt as he did Ust year.- hani nrnpr.m. nrr-rih4 h. i.

The Senate F"i8n Relations' ,uc, veterans benefiU and puW

"' iu uiugiaiu w in funds Will have to ho nrnvkl.

day. Johnson aaid he hopes it wiu mA if this ntaratvakw mmvao

. Kill cl-. .7 r''

a wau sctavaj iw otrilLj HC-, CLnT

request ror joo,uw,vw m ,new rort Kobbo theaUr: teatimonv to

his contribution to the safety of

roadways of ma community.

tion some time "next week.

The House Foreign Affairs Com

mittee' also scheduled a public

session today to bear witnesses dis-1

cuss the economic phase of
nation' -foreign aid program.

Johnson declined to predict

mach, if any. Congress will

trim from Claonhowor'o alree-oty-wKifhod
oVwa aid figut of
34o5,M,008 for the 13 months
tarring July 1. The Texas Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat aaid only ho think tho
committee will recommend a
"oound". program with no
"moat-ox outs.
Meantime, tho Council of Stat

enmabera of. Commerce said uh

day that about 40 per cent of tho!

t ouuon collars House a 1 a a a in

Some coniTesiional experts con

sidered the council' saving esti

mate too optimistic. Thev 1 said

real aavutri' m th nruisnt'

budget to date are even imaDer

than the organization figures

wouia maicato.

Father Divine
Provt?d Livinn

V Ptrrr inn smi t

Father Divine ic ab've. Apparent Apparently
ly Apparently to disprove numerous recent
rumors that he had died, the Negro-cult
leader made an aopear-l

ance yesterday at the Circle Mis

sion to Downtown Philadelphia.

rawer Divine greeted a crowd
of his followers gathered on the

street below a second-floor balco

ny.
Mother Divine and atx secre secretaries
taries secretaries stood ea the balcony with
him. .-. ;'':

r Khruschhav competed on A A-merican
merican A-merican television with the NBC

"Zoo Parade" show featuring a
..disqussion of "understanding wild,
life this summer," and an ABC
-documentary on deep sea diving.
Ahrushchev placialy answered
most of the questions, .occasion-;
ally smiling and once or t w i c e
laughing outright. He sat with his

hands or arms folded 'most of the
time, becoming exercised o n 1 y
once, and that was when the So Soviet
viet Soviet as a drawing card for -t h e

satellites was questioned. t
"Let's have a test." he exclaim

ed. 'Why don't you withdraw your
troops from Germany and France,
and we will withdraw ours from
Germany, Poland a n d Hungary,
a nd, you will see that the Kjanos
Kadar regime, which is- the peo

ple's, regime An Hungary, -j- will
iiouiisn tor ages to come.''
He was', asked if the movo
would include; an air' inspection
system to control such an agree agree-memV
memV agree-memV .
"You see,' Khrushchev. re'pUed
that" is a-aifferennt matter.
".-. really, this inspection is
a desire to Deek into thp hod

of one's neighbor when ti

down the curtains of- his room. room.-But
But room.-But if you do want" that let's

come to art-' agreement about tHie

lpspection, but under .certain mu mutual
tual mutual conditions."

Any. conditions would ha VP tft Via

reached ,in international negotia negotiation
tion negotiation he said; .'

In addition to .an Phfyravina an.f

bust of, Leninf a picture of Lenin
and a '.. picture of Karl Ma

Khrushchev's office wa decorat

w wun models of the Russian jet
airliner Tupolev.104 and a" new
four-engine turbo, : prop transport
Called thp "Illrro.n

Border Violations
Hide Israeli Rift, v
Egyptian Charges:;
: CAIRO. June 3 (UP Govern

ment information director Ahdel

Kadar Hatem charged today that

me Israeli government has launch launched
ed launched a series of armed infiltrations

into the Gaza strip to divert atten attention
tion attention from internal rifts in the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli government,
i He listed three charges of ? al alleged
leged alleged infiltration by Israeli troops
in the past month. i

U5AF Pilol Rides;

D:lloon To llijb :

18-r-!ie:AI!ilude

MINNEAPOLIS, Minii. June '.
(UP) An Air Force captain soar
ed a record 18 miles into space in- ?
a balloon flight, yesterday, Ho re
mained at that height' for ( nearly
two hours. ,- i ,
Capt. Joe Kittinger, 28, 1 of Hill- :
man. Air Force Base, N.M., said
he couH f-et the eastern shore of
Lake Michigan more th 4 n 300
miles away when he hit the record
altitude for a balloon ascension. v
The red haired pilot ascended
to. more than 96.000 feet and re remained
mained remained aloft until he was ordered ,;
down because of a breakdown -4n
radio communications. He had
been scheduled to stay; at" t h a t
heieht for about six hours..-
The previous record balloon al
titude was 72,395 feet, set last Nov.

8 in a launching near Rapid City;,
S.D. c 4
Kittinger's record was about 30,
000 feet short, of the highest alti- i
tude man has ever reached. The J
altitude record for manned air-
craft is .128,000 fet, Set by the Air
Force rocket plane X-2..

THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYIIIG SAUCERS!

UNVEILED An oil painting of the late president Jose An.
tonlo Remon Is unveiled by President Ernesto -de la Quardia
Jr. at the -President Remon racetrack. Attending the brief
ceremefnv were the late President's' widow. Mrs. Cecilia Plnel
Remon, and his brother, Alejandro Remon, in addition .to
other persons. The painting, by Panamanian artist Juan -Manuel
Cedefto, hangs in one of the main rooms of the
..-' racetrack. '. w.

County of Los Aneelf

State of California. Af f idav.

Every1 scene,, every ".wore

every moment or this motia

picture is true.-: This is th;

way it happened. Not a word

not an. incident has been al altered
tered altered or -'fictionaUzeU" The

r films of the 'Unidentified

Flylngr Obj ects" that ybu will
see, are actual prints of the
nrienrtaf nn th oTxr.f ffim

w- -0". UVl U AAAIA.OI Tt tit ML C&IUWVM .JWH
taken by the actual observers TH CENTRAL)- THEATRE.

i ', ... -,
om; the public. We .repeat,
; ery scene, every word, every
lghtened moment Is the
iraight, unvarnished truth!
Signature.' Clarence Greene
ind, Russell Rouse.v Subscrib Subscribed
ed Subscribed and sworn to. before me
this' 14th day5 of April, -J956.
Amelia $C. Munay,- Notary
Public in and for said Countv
and State, This documentary
will be exhlbed SOON AT

and until now, .kept secret!

Advt

Spokesman Denies Baudoins

Yen For Italian Princess 01

BRUSSELS, June 8(UP) An

official palace spokesman s today
denied rumors that King Baudouin
had asked for the hand of Prin

cess Sandra Torlonia of Italy.

The king! and the princess have

never met. This is just one more

of a spate of rumors concerning

the king," he said.

He said the original rumor was
printed by an Italian magaxine
(Oggi) several days' ago and lat

er picked up by the British- press.

Ch inese Reds ; See British

ActioniAs Defiance Of US

Dates for this month ihfn

sleeve meetings with United Sutes

and Latia Americaa Civic Covn Covn-cil
cil Covn-cil officers were announced by
Gov. W. E. Potter today.
The Governor wiQ moot witk the
Latin Americaa officera at I a m

President Eisenhower's budget ao Wednesdav. Juno If la the hnani

far '"will not Bocetsarily produce room of the Adminixtratioa Kuild-

any savings." .'log. ...

It also said "a worthwhile taxi The mectin with th TT c M

reduction" may be out of the ooea-f munitv offieerB vitl take niiM mt

tion even if tho congressional eco-i 1 n.m Pridav. Jdm n L k

axanatriva jucccods ia anavun- i' board roonu r .

Shirtsleeve Meets
a

Slated By Potter

LONDON. June t- IUP)-.The!aion followinc th antl-Amerl-

Chlneso ConununUts yesterday eao demonstratioa In Formosa"

aeacnoed Bntam t reiaxauoa or ian monta
Its Chinese trade embargo aa The broadcast qouted the for for-open
open for-open defiance of the United 'eign affairs commentator of the
State. iKwangming Dairy as noting
Radio Peiplcg, monitored here, Britain 'a decision was applauded
aid slackening the embargo to. in many countries. "Official

allow a freer flow pf non-stra

tegic roods between Britain and
the chiaeae mainland was com

mented on ia pelplnfa teadtng

newspaper.

"Observer." a columnist In the

Peoples Dally, wrote that "the

waabiagton bosaea are already:

fearing a chain reaction among

other countries which would fol

low suit and no longer trail be

hind the United states." the

broadcast said. "Observer" de

scribed th move aa "another

blew to tho UA pocy oa acs"-

Washlngtoa was the only excep

Woo," the commentator, aaid.
"But peace-loving people know
that whatever the American
magnates deplore bo in the
latereau of peace." -,
A Ta Runt pao commentary
said the British move ahowed
that the VS. embargo policy waa
ln o process of parafvsia." the
broadcast reported. it added
that ""the worldwide support of(
th BrtUah decision clearly dem-j
onstratd the present-day trend;
la IfiternaUoaail afialra4

"We had heard about the arti article
cle article in Italy but it waa so fantas fantastic
tic fantastic we did not bother to deny it at
that time," the spokesman said.
- The magazine reported that Prin

cess Beatrix of Holland on a re

cent visit to Rome served as in intermediary.
termediary. intermediary.
"This also untrue as King Bau Baudouin
douin Baudouin and Princess Beatrix nave
not met for several years," the
spokesman said.
A London columnist had report

ed yesterday that the beautiful I I-taliaa
taliaa I-taliaa princess had refused to mar

ry King Badouin because she is ia
love with the son of an Italian in industrialist

Tho Ephrain Hardcastle column

ia the Sunday Express said Prin

ces Sandra Torlonia, 21, is feud

ing her parents over her refusal

of the 27 year old Belgium king.

The column said Princes San

dra, a golden haired beauty who is
a great-great granddaughter of
Britain's Queen Victoria, is in lore
with wealthy 28 year old Roberto

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King Badouin asked for the hand

of the Princess almost 4 1 a r e e ;

)(-;n ago, the Express si id, and
Franco and Princess Alessaodro,

Torlonia, her parents, approve
the match.
Prince Sandra, however, ha
been deaf to tho eotreaUe of her

father and her mother, diuhter

tho late King Alotuo

The feud first took the

of noisy argument ia Rom

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