The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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FlamesJ'At

r An, "Honest John", rocknwa Tira irom n.miwi
thtunortjing In th first te.t f th projectile and itaear
in a tropical area outside the continental -United States.
" The tremendous back blast of the rocket immediately

t k 1 a Ur
4 cloud of 'dust
t..o's -a c- 14 seeA 85 i
and flew out cf, siht toward
. Honest Johrf was fired In the
-presence of a group of 29 student
. .......in. Ti r nun tries
. OIUUC19 icirav""'
of South and Central America.
Most tf them were senior offi officers
cers officers attending the Command and
. General; Staff Course at the
TISARCARIB School, Ft GullCk.
MaJifienv Thomas U nar
I United states Amy Caribbean
.m.ji lu ni d jflnca..
, jr. obsenred in
rocket from helicopters which
A- were oft to one sMo oi f ne iir-
in site... ,-'''" K" 1
? The rocket vas fired about
tt,T- TTSwnAB.TB ollicers
witnessed the firing from; the
; launching feite. r
' The launching aea was loc.at-
- ed near -Gatun Lake, in ine
. Honest John wit tired la a
V direction slightly west of north
.and struck;, the. target area
" within the training; area, well
oath of Ft. Sherman,
j Th. roiectile 4id. not carry a
Rockets of this type have been
assigned to, United states troops
In South Korea, and in Europe.
nut todav's test wast was me
DriYcr tivcrScil M
ll 1 ff I MM ;
Up Alia Ltai.i.J
5CCH3 UI ACCLCni x
Tranrln nmo fathwaltC. 8
Panamanian- driver who slipped
int the ReoubRc after a car he
aa driving was involved in a
minor accident "on TlvolT Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, returned- to the Zone and
voluntarily jave himself up yes
trrlAv. i
Brathwal be told' the court he
'iari not Intendrd to avoid re
ponsibility..but had gone to et
nmich fund io take care of
whatever he might be fined la
h ranal Zone courts.' -
In Balboa Magistrate's' Court
today he was lined jia lor ieav ieav-ing
ing ieav-ing the scene rf an accident,
nlus another flQ lor driving
without a licence.
TivoU Motors, the firm by
which Erathwait is employed.
aereed to take rare of 135 dam

ees.io the ou.er car lBVOivea;,, 1j p,si tne 171 nuu;on
in the coUdon, jmark at about S p a. today the

Living It Up
ION. -ON. Juw (IT) Arthur

K:?Hlcr, 51. author of "Darknensj I ut tv.ree tr.. -i a year. -at
Noon.' pijiHpl innocent today .p laU rrvi'sr rerun in AprU

tn tharre 4 tmr.v and dacierous

tirivirj ithout

' .

Sher

man
- throu jn whicn me projec-
v!.
d quickly Into the sky
itstarget
ttinriBRf. ,-Tnhn arrived .In Cris
tobal Mav 25 aboard a unitea
Fruit .ComDany -ship, nr was
transferred.; to r a -! mechanized
landing craft 'which transported
if to Ft Sherman, wnere n wa
taken ashore.
The mobile rocket launcher; is
27 ft.- long I and : weighs tnree
tons. It sets off a 763 miuimeier
projectile. ;
. Tne TncKet is urea irom wic
launcher which tan carry a, live
projectile-as it moves Into posi
tion. 1 '
After, firing., the launcner can
move out in a few minutes.
Trum:ns Gsi Look
Al 1st Grandchild ;
raw YORK. June 6 (UP)
nvirmer President and Mrs. Tru
man s:et their first iook toaaj
at their, first grandchilcL
The 'Trumans, who entramea
from Independence, Mo., seven.
hours after learning that daugn daugn-ter
ter daugn-ter Margaret had given birth to
a bov yesterday, were due to. ar
rive here about aoon today.
With them, ; they brougni a
baseball- and; a baseball glove,
presented to the former presi
dent during a SWJpover yesteruaj
at St. Louis. Truman Indicated,
however,. that he would prefer
t see his grandson grow op to
become a rmciaA rather than
a ballplayer. ; : . . :...
L.' L-i .14 itir. t.

thTbc VoHoVrinThTooteps'Mexico, f
and become President, he said: nW-&-t)SrUr

J, WOUIU" V WIS" uq
body. I would beJi.lW.to see

him become a vjs. benawr pu. provided by the 60th Army
being president is toomuch oifMercises are schedul-

a Duruen ior o.uywuu; -
How did it feel to be a grand
father? r
"Fine Mr. Truman replied,
"There's no controversy.'
. Does he favor naming th tVt
pound boy for him?
."I havea't got a thing to do
with It," he said. ; I
Population Of US
As Of Today:
171 Million :
WASIILNGTONV Jwe 6 (VP)
The powilaUM of the United
. 1 Census Bureaa eumated yeiter yeiter-Iday.
Iday. yeiter-Iday.
I n twreau estimated that the
t . populat is irtcrear.cg
of 330 co-a'.ed liULtl.vA juaerv

4 cans.

Japan Courts
Radically
Different

TOKYO, June 8 (UP)-U. S.
Army Specialist William S. Gir Gir-ard
ard Gir-ard will "face a radically differ different
ent different court with a radically differ
ent, set. of legal ground rules"
when Japan : tries him on man manslaughter
slaughter manslaughter charges, American le legal
gal legal experts here jaid today.
The Prosecution can appeal to
a higher court if he is acquitted,
contrary to the Anglo-Saxon ban
on placing a man in oouoie
jeopardy. ; His very demeanor
could mean a lot. with a contrite
manner and an apology for the
"crime" apt to reduce, the sen sentence:
tence: sentence: .VV-4V'v,r':V.-v'-i-''-'' ''
kGeoree A-tPurriess. one of the
senior American attorneys in
Jarjan. said the Japanese: Judi
cial system has ."'surprising dif
ferences when compared wiin
m .. .. n. ill VT. ll-i
American or janusn iaw xib uo
ed the principal two. .
First. Janan has no Jury Bys
tern. All trials are before judges
who render the final verdict.
, "Second, there are no rules of
evidence, as we know them in
England or- the United States.
Rumor, hearsay and even emo emotional
tional emotional outburst are permitted In
a Japanese court trlaLVv j .;
But Purness explained that
"rules of evidence'' are actually
designed to protect laymen on a
Jury andv Japanese judges be
lieve they can alK tna cnan
from the wheat.. - :
"The third major difference Is
the .position of the Japanese
judges, pro.'-.ecutcts'snS defense
counsels," iurness saia.
- The judges do. most of the
questioning, along with the pro'-
secutor, but the position ol the
defense counsel in. a Japanese
court never compares in prestlgr
with the prosecutor or ,w
judge.Hv ,
HeJ said the-' Judge-' 'usually
seem to" trust the prosecutor
more than the defense counsel.,
Another attorney said .uirara
would be judged .."verr heayily"
by 1 "hlsvattltude towaras .ine
court, and towards the. alleged
offense." fv- .. '. l.-.-i- :"
"If a' defendant la arrogant or
defiant in a Japanese court, he
usually receives a much atiffer
sentence on conviction than one
who is contrite and modest.1
"That eroes back to the tradi
tional Japanese belief that apo-j
logics for wrong deeds are Vital Vitally
ly Vitally important," he aald. .
Furness said he haa had
black-market and fraud cases
i rair fin for as much as two
years in the district courts and
that Jt IS usual; proceouro w
hear a case about one nour a
months' 4 !'.; : :

thirint- eraduatioii exercises, at.la,' communications 0165 course-

Fort Gulick tomorrow, tha 427th
t .tin American student will re
ceive his diploma from the U. 5.
iArmy Caribbean cnooi.;
1 Three hundred and twenty-eight
-j.ni. fwtm Ap0ntin. Bolivia.
p.hUv-rf. Ric, Cuba, the
Reoublic. Ecuador. 1
Salvador.-. Guatemala, Honduras,
Officials of nauons wnn siuaenia
l.i l th .a. will t
metonieM1
cuss win pariiei-
u s ic
( fegia t j p m
." .... ....
studenU receiving honor awards
i, earh ot divisions are: IX.
Col. Jtolaado Gonzales Murdoch of
Paracuar. command and. ataff
coure ; IX. Augusua t-auarao ka karate
rate karate Guerrero from Mexico, artil-
lerv officers' basie course; IX. Ma
riano Rare Ovallo from Guatema-

A- r T .Imaae the. suggesuoa louowmi
nme I O V-Ut I Cpe-president Eisenhower's stato

At FisTiy Ceremony
's

NrWYORIt. June ( (UP) -ilweapoa testa only 11 tied to aifyora thete divisions tt is possible
Annie a misnamed male pen-; foolproof system to "forever ban .for atudent to receive a com-...1-
i L'i mf ih rfhhnn tnria! th t" of such wespoof tn war. nUta baste understanding of the

. M.-mHnT, Mnmnr.iu fro- v.l
. .Hum at c.cmer in-andl!
. m a a ,.

old aquarium at BatUry park, U Into the air and the way to do
. w- k i.ti.t 1. tit trt VL." a aubcommlttee

.c.r,., Vo hifir. thmrh th
rtbon Instead cf cutting it The
,n J a
a i-f.L

Govt. Calls Five Witnesses
At Rainbow City. Case Opens

, A Canal Zone policeman took the
stand this morning in the tense,
jam packed Courtroom of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Magistrate's Court tovtesti tovtesti-fy.
fy. tovtesti-fy. against a Rainbow City boy
charged with ''willfully and mali maliciously
ciously maliciously disregarding the directions
of 'a poHce--office.? :i;--sy-.'fv;;..-
Police oncer Alexander J. Mc Mc-Glincey,
Glincey, Mc-Glincey, ;who- has been charged
with battery by the boy's mother
as an outgrowtn oi toe inciaeni,
was the first of five government
witneses who appeared : in ... fte
case against 16-year-old Frederick
MacDonald (
The government rested Its case
shortly- before noon and the court
recessed until this afternoon when
the defense counsel S. T. Frankel
has 12- witness listed to appear.
vJv 7:1S today t h e v Cristobal
courtroom was jammed with spec
tators and. policemen Had to be
posted at the entrances to keep
order and limit further entrance.
McGlincey. took the stand to tei
tlfy how the boy disobeyed his ins instructions
tructions instructions at a Rainbow ,City cross crosswalk
walk crosswalk and turned and ran when he
called him to ask him his name.
The police officer 'said he was
surrounded by a belligerent crowd
of about 300 people when ho tried
to make the arrest. He testified
that he threw his nightstick at the
boy as he ran and held him by his
belt when, he finally caught him
" McGlincey said he was first at
tacked with an umbrella ,by the
boy sister as he tried to subdue

Reds L6ak:.Sccrcfs Charging

US Misuse Of I
-LONDON, June f fUP) The
United States has developed, a
"meteorological bomb" to turn
the weather into. a weapon, the
Soviet Union charged today;
A broadcast' by Moscow Radio
made the charge la leaking de-.
tails of yesterday' proceedings
at the five-power London- dis disarmament
armament disarmament conference.
' The broadcast also 'disclosed
that Soviet delegate-' ValerUn
Zorin told the parley that a nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons, ban should be
based on trust rather than In Inspection.
spection. Inspection. : -.-,-....-- t"V.
In alUcing that tho Unltod Statoa
was frying to tho woathor aa a
, woapoo, Moacow JtaJio- oootoal a
Saviat aciONtist UtMit4 only
r
"Profoaior farforov." It ouoHS f
4orov at aayina too U.S. woa aaal
Infl OMtooroloaicat boMfe taM'
bio of cauaiof droothra tai alowoo.
our m aliaa torritory, thoa o
atroying crooa ovor a vaat area 4
ciutinf otkor dmf." 'v
Federov was also- Quoted as
saying VS.
scientists were "go
IB. cvuilliuuiiauvu. v ui ti. vvu.
T-Sgt. 2nd Class Ziro Angel Naval
Pulgar of Venezuela, radio main
tenance course; gi. mi), i uscar
Jimenes Ramirei of Costa Rica.
radio operators' course; and Capt.
Bernardo Anglarrul 5. from Boli Bolivia,
via, Bolivia, engineer officers' course.
Solon Suggeslj Ike
Ask Limil2lion 01
Radioaclive Fallout
WASHINGTON, June I (UP)-
n ,.. rvM
oca. vuuwu r. nuuu cru .1

M.) suggested today that Presi- F'; tt
j J.r..k. .'ablution- devoted to training U.S

u'".r."
ot raaioacuT. iuou irum

dear test. .' ,'tioaa in tho latest techniques

Anderson, a member oi uic
mlttee ana iu iormer cnaumaH,
made the. suggestkm following
tow his
vora- a
ment yesterday. The President

news conierence ne i- fantry weapons and ucucs,. corn corn-total
total corn-total baa on nuclearlm.cltj0ni and food service

andc?raan. however, aald "we
mnrt do some thin to limit the!
.-MTit At fimtirm nroducts roinc
til the atomic rroun haa been
hearing conracUrr testimony oa
.v.- A.r- rrnm TAt
jacUTe falioct frca cudeax tea

t
break away from Jh policeman i
soon anerwaras jie was'auaca-
n hv the-mother- Mrs. Verona
MacDonald. McGlincey said.? The
policeman admitted, pulling his gun
and kicking at ner curing n
struggle, because it was "the only
limt." ha li frs
McGlincey, who has been on tne
force for five years testified, he
h.A heen asaiffned to that beat'on
ly the day the before the incident
occurred last May Z4
, Bfnrr the voverhment restea us
case and, the court recessed until
this afternoon, the court neara its
timonv from Juan Rodriguez, i
Camp Coiner resioeni, ana nis ton,
Nilo, who is a student in the same
school with Frederick.'.; 5.
Rodriguez testified that. be4, saw
tne incident from some distance a a-wiv.
wiv. a-wiv. hil hia son testified that he
had seen the defendant -disregard
police instructions at the cross
walk 5 on orevious occasions, 'v.
.The jdase wa s y continued .? -until
this afternoon. The ,battery charge
against : McGlincey t will probably
be acheduled to come Uo tomor
row. In that case Mrs.'. McDonald
charges the f officer with hitting
and kicking her. v
js far back as xould be remem
bered this is thelrst time a charge
of battery has been filed .against
a Canal Tone policeman as a. re
Suit i of an incident which- occur
red during the performance of his
duty
yeai her Bomb"
lng off half-cocked'' In this, be
cause Tia one naa control over
the weather. He added that any.
one who tried 'to unleash a storm
over the territory of a hostile
country "might get 20 time the
MM M t -J;.
' The Soviet leak of the- sun
posedly secret proceedings came
as the conference itself went in
to recess .until next Tuesday,
The adjournment-came after
deadlock developed over India's
request to send a representative
here to explain. Its views on dls
armament and over German-So.
viet differences on president Ei
senhower'a "open skies" inspec
tioq.plan....rf'
Punk Thief Sough t
-UPollce searched lor park
thief today, Joe A. Wincke plant planted
ed planted a hedge of punk trees in front
of his home Monday: He said
someone stole' them: during the
night. ;i -. , ..-
"Othersare: Sgt Jose R. Alva)
rado SUva,1: Honduras, engineer t
NCO course; Sub it. Valentin Jime Jimenes
nes Jimenes Carvajal, Colombia, infantry
tactics course; MaJ. Rodrigo Es-Ulance'-
Herrera, Costa Rica, mo motor
tor motor officers' course; and 1st Sgt.
Oscar Moatacere Baca, Peru,
wheel Vehicle mechanics course.
Over 90S invitations were- sent
to High officials ef the. Panama
nian government, tne aipiomauc
corps, the Guardia Nacional, Ca
nal Zone government oinciais ana
high ranking officers of the U. S.
Armed Forces 1o the "Canal Zone.
1 Because of the large number of
invitations and students, the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies may be attended only by
mvitatiea. ..' T2,..n0
i Since tho School s oeginninc
In
- . i
troa- to an- exclusive Spanish
. of tt, Latin American
. ,, .mooriti br the U-
nltod Statri Annv.
InstructioB is offered la eight a
cademic divisions. The include ar
tillery, 'automotive, command and
taff, -engineer, miliUry police', in-
essential ooerstiona of the army.
Since the School .enrolls ealy
atudenta of SDanish speaking A-
menca. hokfs a muque jmiuw
of being the only U.S. epersted
docted clusiTely for foreign na
tjenals. ni
i The rixt citif if scTieatuea

Frederick; who kept trying to

Warships Set
Tq Protect;;.

British5 Trade
London, June s (up)
The Admiralty served notice to
day, that British warships win be
ready to "afford protection" to
British merchant vessels trading
With Red China- r
i A spokesman declined specific
comment on yesterday's Nation
alist j ? .blockade- and warnings
from Formosa but declared Brit
lsh merchant ships, can always
call' for protection- on the high
seas, v :j i
1 Authoritative sources added,'
however, that the' Royal Navy,
keeps a warship on sentry duty
near1 the Formosa Straits
whenever the "political tem temperature"
perature" temperature" 'indicated possible
troubles. t
It was learned that the Brit
ish have two cruisers, a destroy
er squadron and a frigate squad.
ron on duty in Far Eastern wa
ters at present. J i
Earlier, the Chinese National
ist 1 government : warned .that
British vessels entering Commu
nist China .ports do so at tneir
own risk. j
'The warning. Issued by a high
military spokesman, coincided
with the formal easing by Brit
ain of the strategic goods embar
. R Yr:' v
The spokesman. Rear Aamf uu
Ho-tu, declared! the British ac
ETAti' Hanlavarf tha l?T1Mrl
tion would not change the
seven-year-old Nationalist policy
designed to seal off China ports.
President Chiaar Kai-shek'f
nnmn HK rmA II- Thin.
government declared alt China
mainland parts closed to lor lor-eign
eign lor-eign vessels, on Feb.: 12, 1950.
The edict covered rail ports
' South from Manchuria' to the
Indochina border. ',. e
f v:!'t v,-t4- ,V:
Since then Nationalist war warships
ships warships :;and' shore batterieson
Matsu and 'Quemoy islands have
enforced a cartial blockade.' A
number'! British and other for foreign
eign foreign ships have been damaged
by gunfire,;.-?. ft
, ; Taipei reports earlier this year
said the Nationalists had decid decided
ed decided to stop firing on British ves vessels
sels vessels in a move to promote closer
relations between the two coun countries.
tries. countries. .-; itii": '.
t But published Reports here to today
day today said Nationalist armed forc forces
es forces were under orders to block all
ships tryipg to carry-i- strategic
materials to China. V ;. .,
Despita the long Nationalist
naval blockade directed against
China trade, foreign vessels have
had access to ? the' ports of
Shanghai and .enchow.; The
blockade action. has been effec effec-i
i effec-i Continued o ras M)
r

A BOUYl FLAG is presented to Col. Gtaek Perea (right),
tSSSSS-JfS vl Army hK&?!SSffi
r.t col Joree Vidaurre In recognition cf the school
&?ontritlonl t. Ttnter-American relatioivs. ti U
U. CoL Robert H, Xowxuend. assistant niMtt)

Govt Must

Show Cause In
Girarti Cefe&i
.1 . 4, I

' WASHINGTON; June 6 (U?) A FederaUudge to.
day directed U.S.. authorities to show cause why an A A-merican'
merican' A-merican' soldier accused: of staying a Japanese woman
should not be returned to the United States.
The, soldier Army. Specialist 3c William S.. Girard
of Ottawa; 111. is about to be turned over to the Japanese
for trial there on charges of killing the Japanese woman :
while she was scavenging on an army firing range t
Federal Judge Joseph C. McGarraghy directed U.S.
authorities to show cause after Girard's attorneys peti petitioned
tioned petitioned him ; to order: Girardrs immediate return to tht
United Statei Jhe lawyers held that the shift to Japanese
courts was illegal and .unconstitutional.?;;'
, i : McGarraghy said, he could not do so without a "more
complete, record' ; W&?ffi:
Aceordinalvr he ordered more hearings next; Mon

day to determine whether Girard should be returned to

the United States.
Th action means u.s. auwon-
. .,., ,how ,eause why an or-
der for Girard's return
he issued.-. 'V.'f'.s-.t'cV1','
. i l
eiurn f pouw uuv
l7 xm M .... A. .t...J
V,cf;W

b'e Vclaivaiva)"nt to a U.S. a-fy

u.0rpus issue is resolve!,
IT t o I' in 1
.The Japanese trial is ,hovf ;; iet
for- June 21 Vli",;"l
nirrrT sttnrnev.
aan J v-ar-
roll of New York, argued that the
Kains md "a sacrili-.
cial lamb merely .for the purpose
of sppeasemem. i tu-J

thatSanes. ZT&tt&m' Ifc U v
mat Japanese cumin f thi MHmt ti nnlJ

flCostlys,;.;
Maintenance
MtLWAUK.,
. ....cm urtm .': Tun H
rtrov
wmii Fiecnner. au,
setter, in a divorce action cnam cnam-ed.hls
ed.hls cnam-ed.hls wife with' mlsmanage mlsmanage-ment
ment mlsmanage-ment of his affairs. ; Jlechner
said hU wife, Loretta, bought a
chair for 87 cents and then spent
$200 to fix it up.
Absorbing Work.
TOKYO. June 6 (UP) -Tokyo
poUceman yesterday srrested. a
man for picking the pocket h of
woman. Then he arrested the
- va n absorbed m
V VI r- ... 1
.i ;ttia (umatera she did not
know her pocket was being picked.
Tomorrow
;.
s
Jlk.aatillilaa

as those In the Untied States, the
case sets a precedent for all sol soldiers
diers soldiers wherever ihey are sent.
J -Carroll, contended that the tnia'
hap .tork-place n an: r-

the-.--hi,sJP, P'-i n-juris'iiri. ... .i-

-"On the omer tsau, u.s. Auor Auor-ney
ney Auor-ney Oliver Gasch argued that tho
area is not a military base but
merely a section reserved for part part-time
time part-time use of U.S. troops. He s a i d
fie Japanese army uses the same
area at other times..
GirMriPi f V.rf
do m civilian status and out ef
the jurisdiction not only of Japa
nese courtsbut i of U.S. military
authorities as well, the- Supreme
Court hag ruled that ex-service
:imcn may not be returned to mili.
v. m,
Ury custody to be tried for crimes
committed while in uniform. ..
ha- ViiNaa DMa4lf
DrACPnl f 7 ''FviiVMf : r
I IV4VIII V laAliloJII ,V
Al AMA Convcnllcn t
-4 .f . I
, A medical exhibit from the Cant
al Zone is now being shown at th
annual'- convention of the Ameri

can Medical Association In New
York, the first local presentation
before the AMA for a number ; of
years.. j- .... : 'CAi....
In New York, to attend tho con convention
vention convention and to present the exhibit
which they prepared, ar Dr. Ro Ro-dolfo
dolfo Ro-dolfo Young, chief of the Gore-as,
Hospital Chest Service, and Dr.

Ferruccio Bertoli, chief of Ana
tomical Pathology.
The exhibit is officiaUy titled
Histoplasmosis, as seen en th.
UU1UIUI IH au.iiia. a. r. m m nv
viewed hero this spring at th In
teramerican Medical Convention.
tusiopiasmosia, a oemgn iunj.ua
disease which attacks the lungs :
and other internal organs, was dis-
.nv.rrt nn th fcthmiia It mmm
first found by Dr. Samuel T. Dar Darling,
ling, Darling, first official chief of the Board
of Healthy Laboratory, and wss
the subject of a paper which .' ho
presented before the Medical- As
sociation of the Isthmian (.aaal
The exhibit consists of "view
boxes' of several cases of histo
plasmosis. The boxes contain I
rays of the disease as first seen.
accompanied by fouow-up X-rays,
These are correlated withla tn
view boxes with findings discover
ed in sttbaeqnent surgery, port portrayed
rayed portrayed by means of colored slides.
Cutoff In Cam boa
- . .
Electric Semce ; -Set
For Midnight
. Betweea mMnlght a4 t a. a.-na
na a.-na tomorrow, there will be aa
fattemptioa of eteetrtea ntrv-
Ice to the Santa Cm aa4 the
Dredging Drvtslea Areas, Gam-
boa. it was anaeence' toesy.
- This eeUgo 1 to fsciiltais
the -yele eemeraie jwe-
gram la these area

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By CREDE CALHOUN of al

MAKING A MOVir"

OF DON QUIXOTE k f 7'

2 sir: .,
2 Being an ardent baseball fan myself,,! became deeply dis dis-2
2 dis-2 gusted with the Jerk who wrote a letter In last night's Mail Bo
; column utterly denouncing the teenage baseball team going to
the States this summer. ,
Mister, I fall to understand your gripe, if you have any. But
It sure gets my dander up to hear a guy label all kids as "pam-
pered smart alecs." I have a strong hunch you don't even know
2 these boys individually, but have a lousy dislike for kids In gen-

4 erai. Ana yet you nave tne nerve to say "now orazen can. you get?"
3 Me I'm Just the opposite. I like kids and I know there are

a lot of good ones and usually you will find them playing ball.
All the more reason why it Is of great value to help them to
' make this trip to the States and I hope they come back winners
- just to show up guys like you and put you In your place, which
2 Isn't very high in my estimation. ;
m Mister, you aren't even fair or "honest. The Good Book says,
''Judge not. ledt ye be Judged." Your letter labels you. for what

2 you are mean, selfish, narrow-minded and small. Ypu- can t reap
true hanDiness with such an attitude toward vour fellow man.

I agree, mister, it is time for you to learn when and where to.

draw the line.
2 A Baseball Fan.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLI

Sir;

' The tornados have moved farther north and Iowa is getting

her share but the rains are still here. A lot of the land between
Z Del Rio and here got a drenching May 30 and 31, and in' most
of the Nueces basin a foot's day for'two daysfe J
1 ' We had company, George fiourwincand bride, on' a honey-
moon from California to their home at Salem, N J. Supposed to
arrive around 10 o'clock and Frank was out to meet them. I call-
2 cd him intold him noon would be soon enough. I was getting
weather reports every 15 minutes and at times doubted they
would make it, but near 1 o'clock they finally polled in. Mr.
Sourwlne Is an oldtimer on the Zone. He has been coming here

Z for the last ten years and finally made it. Was a neighbor .of

- jTanK's and daugnter in ew cristooai on FranK'ssecono wur
5 of service on the Zone. He, like many, didn't know that the world
and Texas was so large. '
5 From what I hear, Texas won't be the biggest state In the
s Union long, as they are about to pull Seward's Folly, Alaska, off
the shelf. Hate to give up our claim of superiority, but Alaska
has been on the shelf long enough.
For a long time we have been hollering 6r water, and now
0 the Governor bis to call a special session of the legislature on
floor control. f
2 The crop loss and damage run high in the millions, but an
Sold Jewish friend of mine says, there will arways be enough in
2 Texas to go around. 1 wV; r.;tv-!s 4'
Seems one of the best investments X have made is the TV
set. It's the first thing In the morning and is going long after
I en tr hurt. fS!"

X Rauto informs me two colleae nrotessors have invented Bla

"1 es that enable a person with the lowest vision to see w read

.'Esplandian." in iis splendid co

lufnn "SimDatiaa y Dilerencias."

objects to the project of making a

movie of The ingenious (jentleman

Don Quixote de la Mancha with the

leading parts caricatured py the

great Mexican comeaian, ;- vanun vanun-fiaa
fiaa vanun-fiaa Mario Moreno and the fam'

Atfe irVaTifVK tvaSliiin : l?artian1aat 1

VUO V IVUVU, .V4aA VVSAVSSA. vHHUWVi

He writes that he objects not be-

cause he does not like Cannulas

and Fernandel. "In fact," he adds

'they are my favorite actors, af

ter Charlie Chaplin.

The best laughter we have

enjoyed in the movie theatres we

owe to CanUnflas and i ernanaei,"

he says. "Chaplin is different.' He

was made us laugn, out m a cm cm-ferent
ferent cm-ferent way. And he always leaves

us sad. ;
I agree with him 'about Chaplin

Once, when he incited me to bit

of bad verse, I wrote; rie' walks
the line with his queer feet. Where

pathos and bathos meet." But this

piece is about the Knight .of the

doleful, countenance.
h f i ' 51 .V
"The writing of the consecrat consecrated,
ed, consecrated, the consecrated r- w o rki,
should bo defended by popular
action when their creator have
died," Esplandian declares, "and
tho copyright naa -expired end
there is no law to protect them.

"Quixote belongs to all of us who
have the Spanish language as f a
heritage. Don Quixote is lor all of
uixmore than a ficttoaal charac character;
ter; character; he is a symbol.".-" J.
It would be sacrilege to east the
gangling Fernandel as Don Quixo

te and CanUnflas as Sancho Pan.

ta, well fitted as they may appear
to be and great comedians as they
are. I doubt that Fernanda, could
convey the innate dignity, of the

great Knignt, or Cantuulas portray

the essential wisdom of his great

Sqvure. f.. ,y- ,!V t. i-t r

They might even east Marilyn

Monroe a. the peerless Dutcinea
del Toboso, and ;my -favorite mo movie
vie movie star, FrancU, the talking mule,
as that, matchless steed, Rosinan-

ta. In my opinion such casting

would be just as reasonable as the

players proposed fpr the leading
roles. ,. ... :

EsDlandlan may lay first claim

to Don. Quixote as Ja' heritage4 of

spanisn speaaung peopie, pui ne
must. share him. with the rest t. of

me worm as nas aureaay, o e e n

done, Don't forget that the great

storV has been translated Into

'more languages than any other

book except the .Bible,. t

, f ft V; f .

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By 01 W MARION

WASHINGTON The wheels of

; justice sometimes grind slow, v

Joe Nunan, who usen lo coueci
Itaxes from all of us. walked into

federal prison last week and be-

lean serving a five-vear term ior

falling to collect taxes from him him-self.
self. him-self.

The date was May 23, 1957.

It was 1945. about 12 years he-

fore, that I first suspected. J o e
Nunan was not on the up-and-up

as Commissioner of Internal Jtev-

enue. out in Madison, the state
I of Wisconsin had looked into Sen.

Joe McCarthy's taxes, found that
I he had failed to report his full

tirirnmA n nn m oriA mm anre nn .i- i .a :

""Wi" y-j na sworn to nicii tiAavn k

Pan Amartan has nawAn j. j

public record iu" i.fl. ?k Z

sr newspapermen can examine mi... ...k-ms.-j.: LT"r

Ing used any Influence with t h

Mexican uovernment to kee
Braniff Airways, Eastern Ai

kAwa, or any omer Competitor i
out of Mexico. Pan: Am owns 4

per cent of compania MTicr.. a.

Aviacion (CMA) and 20 per cei,1
of Aeronave de Mexirn ,uti

through Mexican directors, have
influence with the Mexican Gov

1 FRYOR DENIES
at. i . ' T a I

unarminK ran American rt.:

President Sam Pryor. however, ri.

nies this. He has looked m.

straight In the eye many times

Since the state of Wisconsin filei """ V

nrh tnflttpr am miihlii ror-nM i 1 . "''"f M'W OB6

can

I went to see

them,

Walter Wmchell

In Nen

? THE J BROADWAY SHOWS
i
( Long Day's 'Journey Into Night:
Eueene O'Neill explored the dark

ness to find light. Deep within the

region of the heart and s pint,

where faith' mingles with fear, the
playwright dramatized the torment
from which springs outer : deeds

and inner decisions. This is an au

tobiographicat drama the story of

a miserly father, a mother who

eeks refuge in drugs, an alcohol

trahs(ations,ovo4o9n nemoro
Irodlt the1 orlainaLthsn would

5 soon as I' fcAfsM tills. If Tean" tfet-phlfW taka7rAe.;i,:i f I h awina Bomilatien fhar

. Next week I am eoina to write a short hlstorv of. mv old I elooa not mail

neighbor la Boquete as he told it to me. He was ten years myf These translations are dull add

2 senior and waiiced in to San Antonio from segutn in ibbi peiore
It the railroad was finished to S.A. Railroads north' were already

2 operating and he continued his trip through Fort worth and
2 on West to El Paso. ;
It really looks like we are going to have some fair weather
I for a change. More about it next week. i

Hasta la otra semana.

Pop Wright.'

the

r
te tern
rn tern :
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. i-i .STAMP COLLECTOR

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1 hobby or pastime and who would care to exchange them with'

-tne. fernaps you nuwjtQi someone woo wuukj o.nBorBoi,po,sr
Whoever wishes to do so may get in touch with me by writ writing
ing writing to the address below: x

FrancU G. Gaudette,
n Veterans Parkway, v, t
' Uxbrldge,. Massachusetti, ';.' f ?
UNITED STATES -OF AMERICA

- I have correspondept-friends from many countries around
'the globe who collect and exchange stamps. It Is a solid bond
"f International friendship, good-will and mutual understanding.
. Very sincerely yours, ; -
' Francis G. Gaudette

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tiresome. Bat bow we have an Eng'

lish translation that presents the

novel in ail ue glory or tne origin
al. It was made by a great Amem

can scholar". Samuel Putnam, and

has been published (1949) by The

Viking Press, Mew York,

Some of the cheap .Spanish edi

tions are no better than the poor
English translations.! H ,Ukes -a
real Spanish icholarjto. read Don

uuixote in tne original. Even in

Spain, writes Rodriguez VM aria,

the modern reader of Don Quixote

encounters -certain difficulties

. Putnan explains that this Is for
the reason that it is so immersed
in Its nerlod. o filled with tonical

allusions, A classic ot infrequent

ly grows more and. more pbscure

in me course m ine cemuriea. xne
first volume ef Don Quixote was
published in lew and the second
in 1615). -And so it is not Strang,

he adds, that the ordinary, cultur cultured,
ed, cultured, twentieth century Spaniard
should stand in the need of on an an-notator,
notator, an-notator, a specialist, if the text of
Don Quixote is to be perfectly clear

to him

The author's language as well

often calls for clarification (I am

still quoting Putnam). Like Rabel Rabelais.
ais. Rabelais. Cervantes drew on the rich
and racy idiom of the people and,

in particular, the speech of the

AndalusUa country aider making

use eftea of' expressions that have

not been preserved in the lexicons
and must be run down to their
sources.

And that Is the job of the
scholar and specialist, and that,
is the job that Samuel Putnam
has done.
.. 'Is i
1 1 don't card bow "much you have
en toyed reading ton Quixote, yoa
will enjoy ft -more -in the Putnam

translation. This goes for Spanish

as we as Engisa readers of Tne
Panama Americaa.
And Just to give this piece aa
additional local touch, the wife ef
a defendant of Miguel Cervantes

Saavedrr the author of Don Qui

xote, spent a vacation last year ia

the Psnsmeme Hotel la Bequete..

Footnote Esplandiaa, (Gil Bias

Tejeira) is presently the private

secretary of xresident Ernesto oe

la Guardia. ;

Teacher Batting S
Average Perfect
vrtocuA. -wis., jaee (upy-

Th Vemoe County Teachers Col

lege graduate placement office is
batting ooo thousands.

Forty one of tne 44 June gradu

ates nave teaching positiotis wait waiting
ing waiting for them.

The ether three members ef the

class au coeds are to be
married. ,,.

ic brother arid O'Neill himself

an ailing young man with poetic
visions. Within their home the fam family
ily family engages in an anguished game
of private theatricals pretending
that Hell is a form of Life. .The
performances by Fredric March,
Florence Eldridge and Jason Ro Ro-bardsr
bardsr Ro-bardsr Jr., are overpowering A -in.;
their magnificence, O'Neill's high
tragedy, has. the compassion.1' and
spiritual fidelity essentia to clas classic
sic classic drama. For he knew that the

deepest,! most eloquent' iorjaiof
communication is the human heart.

' Auntie Mamt: This is Rosalind

Rusel's show. She is a rocket

bursting with shimmering frag

ments. She is a pinwheel spinning

across the stage. She Is a star
and a comet. The tempo is break

neck and some episodes hilarious.
The script is nothing more than. a

gossamer web of scenes involving

a zany lady who considers life a
gay party where the pretentious,
vain and absurd 'are demolished
with volleys' of laughter, And only

the sunlight of the spirit is a shim-

merine survivor. Without M 1 a a

Russell t would be a fandango of

airy nothings. With her. it is one

of the season's top clicks.

LI'I Abnerr The musical renllca

of Al Capp's zany world of Dog-
Satch 4s diverting show. Dasy
lae, LIT Abner and Co, were nev never
er never daffierr And the Hokura-Yokim
family is on a spree. Unfortunate Unfortunately,
ly, Unfortunately, the musical lacks the militant
and explicit satire of the comic
strip. It doesn't slwsvs transmit

the biting, ferocity of Capp's origi origi-aaL
aaL origi-aaL What, should be satirical la

frequently slapstick. However, it

has enough happy sounds and love lovely
ly lovely dolls to keep the gayety spin

ning. The musical's major aset is
Edie Adams, who properly attains
stardom In this, show! Radiating

beauty and Joy, Miss Adams Is a

WOTderfui Eye ..r:"

Visit ite a Small lant: There
are high moments lit every life
when the world seems like a toy
and all of us ere children. Play

wrtgnt .core VIdal has captured
seme ef the magic whimsy In a
spoof with serious undertones. It

concerns a tnerY fellow .from out-

errspace. wrio can do everything
from readlna minds to conversing
with cats. .The frolic Ii i aar.

sonal triumph for Cyril Ritchard,
the Jolly One from the P l,a n e t
Fun: On a par, with, Ritchard's
pranking is Eeklle Mayeheff's por.
h-ayal of Oenorat.PooofftKle
firat-flighter enjoyed .some of the

M.a..ivw urn -fas mere

mprossea wirn rno cast, in sum,
the most unusual ''. interplanetary
caper since the cow lumDd over

m Rolla Are Ringing: Judy Holll Holll-day's
day's Holll-day's ding-dong dilly. It has all
the qualities of a hit m u s i c a 1:
Merriment, lively lilts; jackrabbit
choreography, imagination, taste
and a jet pace. It is no longer

uewa w repon mat uiss Holliday
Is peerless in portrsying the ador adorable
able adorable dimwit. In this show, the star

iso demonstrates that she. has a
way with a song and dance. The
pattern of the musical mashes
beautifully: The harmonies, the de development
velopment development of the. story, the gam gam-uting
uting gam-uting of tho cast. Sydney Chaplin
makes a handsome, talented lead leading
ing leading man,, the script by Domden
snd Gren is just right what

merd can you ssk? Miss Holliday

portrays a gal wno loves huraanii
iy. After witnessing the show,- one
tiling is certain: You'll aedre her.

York

er Nunan to ask what he was eo-

, ing to ao aoout tne senator s fed

eral taxes. He replied:

"Oh. with a United States-Sen

ator I don't think we would, both

er,'

I asked Commissioner Nunan If

that wasn't setting one tax stan standard
dard standard for one group of citizens, an another
other another standard for. others. The

question didnt seem to worry

turn. v

Later, as I watched Nunan's

work, I became cenvincod he not

only set a different .standard of

tax collection for such important

people as Senators,: but also for
himself. I discovered, ''and pub published
lished published on March 27, 1952, the
srory ef Nunan's association

with mobster Frankie Costelio;

on March 28, his failure to pay
taxaa on a legal fee of. $25,000;
on April 19 of other revenue on

which ho failed to pay taxes;

en April 26. how he deposited

S100,000 on which ho failed to
pay any taxes at all. .

a wo years after Nunan was con

victed of tax' evasion. Last week,
three years later, after appealing

to the Court of Appeals and the

supreme court without' success,

rmSe Me3dcaa ubsidiarie8 t atop oth
ommision- er American airlines frnn.y.

ing Into Mexico.

nt aut.v uoiuinir mem ? nn

says Sam, his baby-blue evee WirJ

ing horrified at the thought.1 "All
they have to do is make arrange.'!.

uivuu -wua me Mexican uovern-

ment."''

rate Tables! Althonfh the

fine art of matured love is doom doomed
ed doomed by every human's brief pas pas-ssge
ssge pas-ssge on earth, playwright Terence

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;i : '.,-, ..i.-v! iiautueniB vuun wimoui success,
Rattigan has soueht ,a soDhlsticat- the prison doors finally clanged

ed approach to the oldest-newest shut on the man who set one stan stan-emotion.
emotion. stan-emotion. With wit and ; wisdom, dard of tax collection for b 1 g
with astute attention to, significant shots,4 another standard for the
details, he has sketched the' nor (general public. '- 1

trait ef a man and woman locked Note--Nunan was clerk to Judge

m an ancient shirmish"; in their Martin Manton one of the few

clasht the .fiery, sparks are ignit- U.S. Court of Appeals judges ever
ed by the brilliant emoting of Eric convicted of bribery. Nunan was

. "nui.u uu juargarei iieigmon. I "PimiuiBij i imvu; nuuscveu, ic

xun piay is rrequentiy thoughtful signea in mr, unaer lruman
and constantly entertaihinv De. ".- r-'

spite its high polish, the .themes CAB SECRECY.'
are never sunerficiaL Bpnpath thL f a v

gloss there is pity and' admiration The Civil Aeronautics Board,
for 'a world where" strangers are which decides who shall operate
lovers. .Mr; Rattisan is a fine hi, which Prize .air routes, has been

conducting,- an investigation of

"leaks."-it should .Priceless, tips

on new. air .routes, nave teen. leas
inff a th trtrVr miirksf i

Slimti1teniialir tWaa fATJ k aa s

nating quality that enables' t h e, been suppressing .certain secret
noman race to live In continuity, documents, some of which t h e
yiu ii""et,,-r' Lth,t public has a right to read." One
sustains.- hapoinevrthat Usrtfafa, ,,i,h j.,m.i k.. nnrnVintn

-VIOUVU UBJ I UU L. LU1UD UlbU

rrVV'",',"l nerroiwoysi Booniniy hands, and I intend to publish
foddei' for dramatists. noyellstsparts of It.. f V

acionnan, mar menea psycntatris v it pertauiS to alleged wire-puU-'1,
. 1 f1" Wim,ry subject i,, ng with the Mexican Government

the

torian of emotions.

- t 'i j .i. c

The Tunnel, of, Love (The fasel-

- rr"-" r ito i i hk wzin me juexican uoverumuu
charade: Sex. W Unhappily,1by pan American Airways to keep
Freudian fooling a frequentl!ether American airlines out of

However, here is what the

cret document, "which : Pan Am
doesn't want published, says about
the way Pan Am influenced the

Mexican Government to bar 'oth 'other
er 'other airlines. 1 j ;,-' "i
The document is a f nrmil

though still confidential report

written by Georsre A. Brnwanoii

who went to Mexico as "personal
representative of the President" to
investigate this in 1948.'
"By aU the tests which are "u "u-SUal
SUal "u-SUal in this COUntrV: wrnto Rrnwn.

ell, "there would seem to be cno
question but that Pan American
controls CMA." -;-

He then went into areat detail

to. show how ; CMA'a influence
with the Mexican Government was
the chief roadblock against a'hila a'hila-teral
teral a'hila-teral treaty with the United
States. 1

" I personally have no doubt
that if Pan American wished to
do so, it would be able- to re reverse
verse reverse the position which -CMA
has taken7 wrote. Browned lr
his 'confidential report "I also
believe that If CMA's t position
wore reversed, and if if auooort.

ed the proposol, bilateral;- the

agreement would bo executed in
short order. ft-n "-o4 -t H,,
"One' must bo. ver nlvj inn-

cluded Brownell, "and also disre disregard
gard disregard all DrinciDles established h

the SEC, JCCr and many, courts,
to assume that Pan American does,
not control CMA in all important
respects. ,

If. as I believe. CMA'a onnnsl.

fa'on is the chief- obstacle t to tho

Proposed bilateral airrmni am

has to be still -more naive to ex exempt
empt exempt and excuse Pan American
from responsibility in the premises."-,
" 'ti4,-.-i-.:.,.-iC,if). J ...

L Yet the charming ISam Pryor

ipoxs, at. you vUh-his baby blue
ieyea..and.aya; that Jin Am had

pouung.io 09 wita the. ease at

ail-r-absolutely nothing! i ...... .. f
.No wonder -Pan Am -went en iar-

ord so vigorously with -the CAB
to keep this document secret,..

more frantic than funny. Hewev

or, the escapade is fortunate In
haying Tom Ewell, wholes made

Mexico.'- ?'."

This document is stamped "Con

fidential," and the CAB issued a

fW' frtr,yin he reluctant special secrecy order, No. E-11109,
Lothario. His shuffle, glased ex-IMarch il,' 1957 Stating that this
preaion, ( his bewilderment ,dur- ( ocument "shall i be segregated
mg tho sinful goings-on are con from the public record and with-

7 i i V teld from pubhd disclosure'

script's deficiencies while giggling

ar mr. szweii s mischief-making.

Now Girl in Town: George Ab Abbott's
bott's Abbott's musical version pf O'NeiT's
"Anna Christie." The fusion rf

trsgedy with song-and-dance ecca ecca-tionaily
tionaily ecca-tionaily resembles a literagy shot

gun weaaing. The show is sustain sustained
ed sustained by a flame named Gwen Ver.

don, "who adds another bright di dimension
mension dimension to her stardom with a delicately-shaded
performance. Other

iesuve elements are represented
by the plavini ofThelma Rittn-

by the playing of Thelma Bitter

Mernu s Jubilant score and the
dancing revelry concocted by Bob
Fose. Among the-highlights are

suss vewon's plamtive chant, "It's
Good to Be Alive," and her duet
with. Georae Wallace. "n,ri v..

wee Your Eyes?" The tunes will
be close to your ears for msny
months. In brief, the shew is

ooa, ue star u Detter. -'

Hotel Paradise: Humor describes

manxina s aMurdJty, wit exposes

iarce sxeicnes a caricature

inis is pure exubersnt farce. U
is ludicrous and furious. And it is
merrily sparked by a superb buf buffoonBert
foonBert buffoonBert Lahr. Ha ha nit MM

in hanim-acarum Jokum. He is the
psst master of daffiness. The drol-

'"7 constant and the star la
full of the deviL Mr. Lahr is Km Km-pie
pie Km-pie SimoB who wears the cap-and
bells like a erown.
Hsptry Hunting: A trest for E E-the!
the! E-the! iferraaa fans.- The star is al always
ways always at her best, even when the
material isn't ..Psjama Game:
A shew you caa enjoy twice. .A
Moon for the Misbegotten: O'Neill
again immensely aided by the su superior
perior superior playing of Wendy HiDer.
Fraiichot Tone and Cyril Cunack.
Dma Yankees: The Mickey
Mantle of musicals. Jnherit the
wind: You'll alwsyt remember the
gwry and power of Paul Muni's
renins. J'o Time for Sergeants:
u yea like to laorb yogU love
tjjia ooe. .The Diary of Anne
Frank: See tt-ayour heart will
fTfr fnret it . The Happiest
Milhooaire: A pleasant lairpooe,
. .Tho Men. Happy Fella: The mu mu-je
je mu-je eouldnl be swtna . Sieg Sieg-few
few Sieg-few Follies: A so-so recapture of
toe grest shewmsn's ertrsTsgaa ertrsTsgaa-Bea
Bea ertrsTsgaa-Bea LilJie is UcfhiMe, tie
dons are teokabJe. .My Fair U U-5f:
5f: U-5f: Mere thae t roieal master master-J
J master-J one of toe titi-j-s j
landmarks

One reason for secrecy is that

Pan American Ajrways presurv
ed the. CAB for secrecy,': and
Pan Am employs people with in influence
fluence influence in Washington. It -has
hired, among others, the neph nephew
ew nephew of the President, Miltorl Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, Jr.; the former CAB
official Carroll Cone; Ike's for former
mer former undersecretary of Cm Cm-rnerce
rnerce Cm-rnerce Bob Murray; Iko's former
under-secretary of the Air Force,
Roger Lewis; former CAB Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Russel Adams; a n aT
former CAB. Commissioner Cla Clarence
rence Clarence Young.; - -.
The reason for Psn Am's desire

for secrecy is that it denies hay

I JUNE I
16th
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Answsr to Previous PuzzJ

ACROSS .;
1 Americaa elk
TLinucoline
bird
lSLeeaons
14 Venerate:
15 Newest
It Spheres of
" action
IT Heavenly
bodies
UMaaslve
IS horse
21 deer 1

22 Tibetan wild

OX'S

2S Cereal grain
21 Wis birds

31 Before

iSlEmlaaary

S4 River Wet
2 J Southern

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Central
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; 4Romaaroads
8 Taut &
S Devotee
.
Exaggerate
10 Common

comb- form) 21 hog
11 Ages 29 Maned beast
U Hardy' 40 Let it stand
heroine : 32 While
20 Asiatic wild 23 Mr. Cobb
beep 38 River
21 Leasehold 43 Annual
22 Sharp, quick income (Ft.)

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24 Sharp
23 Shout

4S Malayan'
ungulate
47Mud fiat

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' waste ; .- ;. -49
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fl Wander
32 Sketched :
S3 Steamers. -' 1 '"
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S3 Scatter, aa..--,

v .nay. -.
M Highways
: (

83 Ocean's

condition
37 rish eggs
33 Cooking
utensils

40 Lady Liters tt

tn Law .)
41 Powerful

exploctve
42 Threefold
(comb, xorm)
44PUlar
47 Cubic meter
U Covers with
animal tat
34 Dormant
MKarretJoa -37
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B0Mt- JtWvw i

..', hfraidine RAIGOZA (second from -fight), displays the "Army A'uantic distaff organ.
7 SM?JSr,S fhntv whlrh was oresented to her by Mrs. Edith Evans Csecond from

ISaW ColT bine, Perez (center), Ft. OXillck" commander;
! and Mrs WelnlaMcDuff' (right), new assistant jsone warden. The zone warden In the distaff
4 'f?f?l. f. .imiia to t.h nresirient nf civilian clubs and organizations.

Pchamo Lino
;' ; Cclilnss
;, t -, 1 j w
A Urge "number, of Canal' Zone
school teachers and Canal, Zone
residents ea route ,to the United
ctato. nn vacation are among vine

i J51, pasengers scheduled to sail

from vriswDai paiuivaj
York aboard the Panama liner
ourV passengers are booked for
rport-au-iTince, Haiti. They, are
Samuel K., Bartholomew, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Weaver Creole Ca Ca-binas
binas Ca-binas and son,:- f, '
'xne conipieie advance .passen .passen-sef
sef .passen-sef ii8tr wew or.ioilowi; !j
aiax Adcerman;. wrs. xMsairice
'w. Acly ana tnree cmiaren; taroi
I ABMrkOn; miss-juaura Atcnieyj
usguauaeii AycocK; mu. wu
Jirs. !iarvii J. tonun;Jars.;A tonun;Jars.;A-ti..
ti.. tonun;Jars.;A-ti.. Bouei Mrs'. hnooa dream
iua iwo -cnuuienj jubs jaty ? ..
torown ana son;'
William' is. Buciueyiailr.f.and mi mi-Xtanci';
Xtanci'; mi-Xtanci'; a casae ana daughter;
f Mrs. ttoem-ietta J.r;Cneek;ana ,tws
joaawijifjuw'V 1
ana 'two -'cmiaren: JC na u r s.
taiuf ill 'weaeei ; i- jniss1 JKirgmia
mgnam; Jir- ana mra.' nroia
f ti.ippre. anUi two cauuwn
and Au-s. Wiiuam .?iJunnuig ana
jw children; Jdiss vMaymie'
.-'itowaKiFMiiv,tiMi--:am.'Vswilliam
: u :.i M nn -two; amiaren:'tfaus
, -Tlitpf Mis' j'Ti'iielm l; K.
: Ooawm; Iviiss Maria" B. Gonzalez
j jmrs,' 'AUieua' iuv ttadarit andj
lon: 'Mrana-MVWCM
!Hamili6n and two cmiaieu;
.Bernaame U. Hanna; -Mri v,n 0
Mrs- tawara ,w naicneu,
Dorothy p.. Henry ? Mn and- Mrs.

i-reaelclt W. ; Jheusier ano" t wq
chilaren; .Miss velynvC Home;
- Mrvinurs,.lewvr;2Hummei
jmd son; '.Mr. antt Mrs, James a.
k;.iiuriur ad 4iursvau wi
Jenkins ana two cnilaren; wr.'anu
. Mrs.raulv .arSi, -i:,; i two
v children; Mr, "ana, Mrsr,,aul l.
Kenuou; mxS, 4 un i , Uvum;
Mr. nufco Ahre; jLrs.. Genevieve
tiong:' iutu" and n'S. wamcs A.. ir
? ons;,Mis Mary: urace aiCuonaid
- Mist Miiorea a.; icahon; Mr.
,-vftuiart JttcNai-; .- and Mrs.
v ;ari r; Maeot aud- wree cuilcuea;
' Mis' hazer;Matnewsj iis n:
loise Monroe; M. and Jrs., tiarry
2 fi. Nunley and two cnildren; ana,
JHr..and Mrs;,flugn. Overly; J
Anthony J. Pareti; John Pa Pa-feti
feti Pa-feti Mr.- and, Mrs Gustav t Pas Pas-kowj
kowj Pas-kowj Miss Dolores E..:Peter;' Mrs.
' Margaret K. Peterson; Mrf i and
Mrs, Frederick Saur and two chit
dren? Mr. and Mrs, John Weston
Seaquist; Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond
. M. Schneider and two- thildreni
Miss rEmilie Schwalb;-: Mr.-r a n d
. Mrs Earl C. Sharcik and two chil-
dren; Mr.-and Mrs- Horace L.
"Smith; Mr., ana Mrs.. Raymond C.
Smith; Artemia M. Sousi; Miss
. Bettj Joan Thomas; Mr. and Mrs.
John'U Vosa and daughter; Mr.
, and Mrs. Allen B. Ward "and two
children; .Mr and Mrs.. Francis
Washabaugh "and six children; Dr.
Maurice B: Winslead and son;
. and, James L. Wolf.- f"

' CIA TelephoW)
HEID IV LAllVG Eilh
Lr i.e H0un, 42, is shown
a:ir her arrest In Washing-tc-,
for the :ay:re cf her ex-r.a-.re..
Ziirao A Mushed. 44,
a V" -e cf America ar.nounc ar.nounc-tr.
tr. ar.nounc-tr. V.m i-:-"-r,i said tr.at sr.e
t:-. -t A-;'.f,.i wr.en r, can-e
tl : f t 8'1 bC3J.tf
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T A-', j-:-.':!

634 iornoos llil
US In Five Conliis,
Ch:l!( Allies lli
. ,.-".
WASHINGTON, June 6 MUP
Z-Th weather Bureau said to

day a. record 634 tornadoes were
reported in tne uniwa omwo
during the first five months of
More than -10d lives were' lost
In the. stprms. .
: The bureau empnasizea vni vni-the
the vni-the sharp, Increase In the num number
ber number of tornadoes reported Is due
iifiv tn cxnansion of its storm
reporting network and does not
necessarily y jenecv u uuw
In the number or sroima.
v nroiiminnrv fieureav, showed.
that "324 of this year' tornadoes
wet renorted Jn May. The pre
vious high for May was 219 in
1955. The 624 toroaaoes reponcu
since Jan. 1 comparea wuu.
previous high of 392 in 1955-
April of 195T also saw a rec rec-cord
cord rec-cord of 236-tornadoes reported.
The previous, April record was
114 in 1956.
'During the first four months
of the- year, uie wmu
reau said, Texas had 95 torna
rio onrf Oklahoma had 46
rv, wnrsf io of life-in any
storm this year 89-occurred i in
Onstinor Helirhts at' th soutn-
em edge or Kansas Lity "u,
" T?tt nmbeof tdrtiadoes re-
XnrteA this vear continues at the
nresent pace, a new. reqord f or
the tmi is certain.
1 Those reported in recent years
were1 270 in 1952, 532 in 1953, 690
tn 1954' 870 in, 1955 and 823,. in
1956. ;;,vvk.-??rrCUv,
Red Envoy Confers
Wilh Egypt Money Money-Minister
Minister Money-Minister In Cairo ;
WlR6. iune (UP):- Soviet
Ambasador EuRueny D, Jfisselv
conferred with EgypUan finance
Minister Abdel Moneim ; Kaysounl
today pridr to. flying to mosc ow
for consuiiauons pijic.
ing on the fact that nusisa now
Egypt's' chief economic ouiwr
abroad. i : :- ' f,-.
The ,,meeUng was private. It
first was announced that Kisseiev
was on. vacation. Then Kaysounl
announced that ne ana w -basiador
had discused economic
relations just before tKisselev s
plane took off.
J Egypt is having problems witn
the Soviet Eastern fcuropesn
ellites," which are iis.ouo.uw t
debt to the Egyptian government.
The "Soviet and Czech ; arms
deals with Egypt In 1955 -were
based on payment of Egyptian
cotton, and other trade pacts were
icriwd- '
Th- Mtellites have been buying
laree auantities of cotton but
Egypt, hit by the four-month clos
ure of uie suez uanai ana me cost
of fi eh tine th Anglo-French and
Israeli invasions last fall, has not
been getting a like amount of
manufactured Roods in return.
Furthermore, cotton industry
sources here said the Soviet East
era Bloc sold Eeyptian eotton at
cut-rate prices to Egypt's tradi traditional
tional traditional markets in the West.
DipIomatnl,.ure mM Efypt
waa axioui to get more rondi
but still not become tied too tight-
1 to the Soviet economic system
They said this was a key Teason
in Egypt's decision tn neffotisU
resumption of trade relations rrth
Britain. ;
R"?ians To Fire
Rockets Fbr Data
LONDON. June rup)
ooftw Rd'o annmmced ev
tbat Porlet HrtWt
iM f!re

loo rW t-t 'V ohn H;rim oueEe s cstslogue as -Op-"
w't tie H.t. at- Tbester. Tbester.-the
the Tbester.-the International OeophysWl

Ter be'h'ni-nir Jul I. f
The Soviet fcroadcart esra

here said Cie rockeU wtwM be i,, traiuonal showboat hme hme-ser.t
ser.t hme-ser.t pt from bse in S:vla. t:p-li from act-.g to bvyu-.f the
Ar.terrM.-a ar in rra-r Jvt frvies.
Le-d cf the Arctic regn rr-'eaors Warren D. M.tcheC
The t-rc(-eft a'n '3 f-t ,r.j OJftnn Enrrs d.re.-t the ra ra-a
a ra-a ".'1 f' its flrrt artifl- rfr;i in the pro-fort -1 of two Jd Jd-':
': Jd-': f-'t t' :". frm a -e -- le o
r:-- Id t- e-,.strr ss r--.-.:i- fftr, fi "Lc, Lucre
'. I -T."

7

lullck LooKine on are Mrs.

(U.S. Army Photo)
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written f or NEA Service
NORTH
VJ4 , )
KJ Wf"
' EAST D
' T
WEST
CJ4
VKQJ
94 3.
J75
, A72
,: Q7S2
,. AQ10J
SOUTH
AAKlOtS 1
1013 1
A10S- "'
rf t f,f 1 4b 4 2
; Both sides vulnerable
East South West North
1 1 A 1 N.T, 3 A
Pass Pass I NX' Pass
3 Double Pastiv
Pass "" Pass 1
Opening letd-4 i '
. A' Bridgeport correspondent
wants, to know whether Jorth or
South was responsible for the
800 set on today's hand. i :
, West opened the five of tslubs
and dummy's, king fell te East's
Je.-iClub'were 'ontinued and
South trumped' the': third Jlead
and played three rounds of dia
monds. Tbe third diamond was
w uuiini ui uuiiiuij.
A heart lead was won by East's
ate. East led the fourth club and
South "and West" discarded
hearts. Now East led his single
ton trump whereupon there was
no way for declarer to avoid the
loss of two trumps and another
heart. This gave toff defense
seven tricks and 800 points. v,
I have" to give all the blamo to
South. North's raise was terrible
but he got away with it. No one
doubled two spades and he had
succeeded in pushing East and
West up to the three level,, AtJ
ui&t vvuii ana west weic
- L I k. TT A ... 1
overboard. True, if East went to
tnree ciamonds ne couia maxe
that contract by double dummy
play but the odds, would be great greatly
ly greatly against him. As for any other
thiee contract there waa no real
chance..
Now let us go back to the
South hand. South had a sound
overcall bat that was about all.
He had a balanced hand with
losera all over the lot Further.
more, he-had excellent defense
against hi opponents. Th ace
of dlamonas was a sure defensive
trick and the ten and eight of
diamonds were bound, to prove
annoying to declarer.
Common sense and prudence
should have told him that his
best chance for a profit was a
paaa, aot a bid. '
Luil, Lucre, liquor;
Live Again lii La$l :
'Shbvboal's- RcyIysI
HIRAM. Ohio (UP) A segment
of the nostalfic river hfe of the
Gay 90's will be revived June 12
whea the last floating showboat
la existence makes its annual ap ap-nearsnce
nearsnce ap-nearsnce on the Kanawha, Ohio
and Kentucky Rivera.
On that dat, Tom 1. Reynolds,
a veteran of 4$ years of abow abow-beetins.
beetins. abow-beetins. weisha anchor with a stu
dent crew to take his Majestic to
river towns in West Virginia, Ken
tucky and Indiana.
The season winds ce at North
Richmond, lnd Aug. 29 and 30.
A nine-student crew mans the
(bo v boat which serves Ss a Coat
ing drama elsssrom for-20 sre-
takin a rnuru iiktm tn
The students takmf tSe twe sev-
. ft umnier terms rerfinB

Sen. McCerlhy's Sed

MADISON; Wis.; June 6 (UPT
A cnirited orimary race, wnn
four Republicans and a like nutn, nutn,-ber
ber nutn,-ber of Democrats vying for nomi nominations,
nations, nominations, was seen today for ,the
special Wisconsin 'election to fill
the vacant senate seat of the, late
Joseph. R. McCarthy."s-t:f xX'fi
Gov? vernon w, inomswuv
the snecial election after
keeping politicians guessing about
bis plans since me nepuuutm ki-:
ator's death May 2. .
nats of th nrimarv and gen
eral elections will be set lateV this
mull Hnwpvpr observers said
the primary probably will be held
in July and the general election in
tha i-firet half of Aueust.rf McCar
thy's term would have enaeq m
wicKtnsin law reauires that the
all in election to fill a
Senate ..vacancy or leave the seat
vacant.., f 1
. A four-way RepuDUcan race was
assured when Rep. Alvin O'Konskl
announced his candidacy. Others
whA nreviouslv said they would
km fnr thn nomination were three
time Jov. Walter Kohler an "Ei
senhower Republican," u.. u o v.
Worn Knowleii. regarded as :-a
uberal member of the GOP bloc,
and former U.S. Rep, Olenn uavis,
a foHower of the party's McCar
thy wing. ) , ;
Kn Deinoerata TiSve' announced
their candidacies, but at least four
are considered almost certain 10
make the race. They 'are TJ. S.
Reps. Henry Reuss and aement
Zablocki, both of Milwaukee, Wil William
liam William Proxmire, three time guber
natorial candidate, and state sen.
Henry Maier, Democratic v floor
leader. 5 ; .(
Korean Wile, Bound
For Gl's Bedside
'Hales Everybody'.,;
TRAVIS AFB, Calif., June ; -fTTPV
mi Weary and worried Mrs.
Tae Moon Cherry, 20, Korean war
trriviMi here anoara a ny
ing Tiger airliner yesterday with
her year-old baby, both bound for
the bedside of her husband who
lingers between hfe and death in
Araansas. '.
"i hat varvbftdV and avsry-
Wng" an obviously tlrad Mrs.
Cherry told stwrnm' and pha pha-tographora
tographora pha-tographora fhreugh an Interpret'
Sh' showed signs of weariness
from her twice delayed trip from
Korea? Th first sop in .Tokyo. pc
M U m VfaKaf f aMfin Flat..
came fll with irus dysentery,. She.
herself was near exhaustion .when
she arrived; id Honolulu. ;
Doctors ordered her to remain
there three days. 1
The American Red Cross, which
is sponsoring the mercy flight,, had
arranged for her tot meet report-
era here, but she refused to have
her picture taken. She coverea ner
face witn a nanaKercniei ana
spanked the baby, when he
'mugged'' at the photographers,
Her husband, Havis V. Cherry,
lies near death at Hot Springs,
Ark.' He suffered critical injnes
in an automobile accident and doc doctors
tors doctors believed the sieht of his young
wife would spark his will to live.
Insufferable lECZEA
ppisappcar$( Rapidly ;
'MOOVE EMERALD OIL. In' addition
to twins such an xtraordlnary antl-
eptle that It kills f arma In laai than
no tlma. haa uch affective medicinal
qualltiea that eczema, ringworm, dand
ruff, .rhaumauc akin aiunenta ana erup erup-Uona
Uona erup-Uona dlaappaar a fur a few traatmanta.
for a lorn time It' haa' bean toeed
artth ccrfact beaUnf-of bolla, abacea-
ea and aoraa, MOtMHa EMERALD OIL
ia oa -eala at all reputable drafrtorae.
rr
i
Put zest ;
in yoiirlife!
Yaaaa m4 H4 raaT
Ctaas layaJ talatias. IhefS
(jaaa Barf km aataral trait
aerarvaadloiawlaairtaariaC,
IM. Ttofn eatf to praasft aM
v' a aca)cal that pel mmi la
, (tact tf lth aararal Beckafaa.
Royal
. U 7 ('or I ova f la vert
P'-v
.1

h'WJ

OTTAWA. 111. Mrs. Dorothy

Girard on the government's deci decision
sion decision to let her son, Army Special Specialist
ist Specialist 3-c William S. Girard, he tried
on a manslaughter charge by a
Japanese court:
It doesn't seem fair.,; The boys
enlist and then they treat V them
like dogs. My boy was acting ,1b
the line of duty." ; ;
ROME Premier Adone ZoU
in an attack on Italian' Commu Communists'
nists' Communists' and SociaHstsr. ".;v;'fe:;;;!
"If .Communism comes to Italy
there would be the same egime
01 xerror in nome as in Hungary.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala "Nine-
year-old Larry Cherry -. who sur
vived a plane crash which lulled
four members of his family: v
l was asleep, fi didnt know
what happened except the place
got all tore up,
1. 1 A 1 1
WASHINGTON Senate Repub
lican deader William f Know
land on the chances of Congress
approving additional postal funds
"Any appropriation our is toma
to have rough sledding. I don't
think Congress with alacrity ig
going, to vote additional funds.",
CHICAGO DrNormanvl Hil Hil-berry.i
berry.i Hil-berry.i director of the. Araonne
National Laboratpry calling motor
vemcie exhaust ; more daneerous
than radioactive fallout from nu
clear Domo testing:, ( 1
. '. ,, 'r-'....'.".,.' ..''....
' Franklv. Tm more concerned
about tetraethyl lead being tossed
from the auto exhausts than I am
about the present rata of fallout
in the United States."' '...,'
CORPUS CHRISTI. Te. FlnvH
R,, .Thorpe, 57, when, he and his
wife Ann, 1 41,.were arrested for
stealing 73t0OO in automobile 1J-
cen ies ,in aaicnigan in March,
1956: .
"W were tired of running anrf
glad It is over."
Germany Will Pay;
U5 $77,480,000
For Jroop Upkeep
'1 BONN. -Germany. Juneau (ttpi
The West German ravirnmunt
has agreed to pay the United
States $77,480,000 this year for
the, upkeep of i U.S, troops In
Germany, informed government
sources said today. 1
, Tne? reported sum was only
half .of the $154,780,000 original originallydemanded
lydemanded originallydemanded by,, the, united
Statea. informed sources .' said
that under the agreement'1 the
United, fitates would retain the
right to re-open negotiations for
additional payments after pet.
1
1
an Elections
Expected Jo Draw
TO Million Voters
VERA CRUZ Mexlco, June B -(UP)
Approximately 12 million
Mexicans will register' for next
year's presidential election. Inte-
rior Undersecretary Fernando Ro Roman
man Roman Lugo says.
.Lugo,, who is on vacation here
said his- estimate is bateri
participation of women voters for
the first time in a Mexican presi presidential
dential presidential election.
He said about 10 million of th
12 million registered voters are
expected to go to the polls.
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'Una' Car-'Una' students who have dis disappeared
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Curtaitv He and.": classmate
. Myron Gilbert a disappeared
1 while taking a" close-up look
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Proscculbn Rests
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"idertcurlMirlial
SAN, ANTONIO, iTex. (UP)
Defense .Witnesses were expected
10 testily today in behalf of ,Air
man 2C' WilUam Roberts Jr. at
his court martial on charges of
assaulting Air -Force trainees.
Six- airmen testified Mondav
mat noDercs, a- zz-year-oioy 110
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pound drill instructor from. Key
WestFla., slapped a. sick recruit
and baneed hia head, airainsf
foot locker at Lackland Air Force
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The recruit roberts allegedly
slapped, wa Robert Disenbacher
of Astoria, N. Y., who died last
Aug. za, xour flays after the 'al
leged incident. : He died of heat
stroke and kidnev failure. TnWt
is hot charged in connection with
his death. t 1
The prosecution 'rested its case
after presenting the six witneses.
A motion for an instructed verdict
of not guilty due o lack of evi-
aence was filed hy civilian de defense
fense defense -.attorney- Michael Rirlk,' but
ovsrruiea. :
Command Change
WASHINGTON. June'T fITP
Vice Adm. 1 Robert Goldthwaite,
deputy commander in chief of the
At antic Fleet, tcidaywas- named
chief of naval air training at
cuaacota, xia. j ..
. Rear Adm. "James S. RuselL
cniet,of-the- Bureau' of Aerqnau-
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I Hia ahilitv in Mvntifv Rhana
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Atf INDEPENDENT DAILT1 "NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, 2VXZ C, l;?'

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Albrcsli Announces

Vqccncy For Hen-US

Trrining A$sisl:nl

The Air Force announced yester-

day a vacant tsaining assistant

(survival)-, -position at aidtook ait;

Force Base lor flon-unitea states
citizens.'' ..

Applicants for the posiuon must

have complete a full four year

course in an accredited college or

I university including: or supplement-

I.-- "I t ... A 1 1 .J.w

fboks, there can be few to rival reIated t pracu!ai instruction
Pacific Ordeal," the story of the Jr. teaching. ,

of

the tug; Wallace R. Gray across
tha-Pacific' from Panama to

Manila.
The book, which was placed in
circulation this week by the Ca-

I Hal Zone Library, was written

-wittr force ana numor ny cap cap-tftln
tftln cap-tftln Kenneth Alnslle, who hasti hastily
ly hastily recruited his crew on the Pan Panama
ama Panama waterfront and with four

told wooden minesweepers in tow,
et out on the Gray with pros-

' peels of a peaceful voyage to
Manila, at six knots.
,1 The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
tiie Library this week follows:
Non-fiction New Techniques

for Church Fund Raising, pen,

dleton; America's Next Twenty
, Tears. Dnicker ; Trails ring

! America's Highways and By'

ways,. Hayes; search for Love,
.,Fteemani .Television, How It

I Works, Johnson ; Adenauer, Wey-i

mar; .too much, too soon, Bar Bar-rymore;
rymore; Bar-rymore; The Turn -of the Tide,

Brvant.

Fiction amine- List. Arnold:

fhe Fall, Camus; Never So Few,
Chamales; ; The Running Iron,

Illsh: Beware the curves, aara

rer; Mary of Scotland., Kehyonj

la-ight prlsoni Mortimer; The
prlar of Hemlock: Mulr; The

I'ub Crawler, Procter; Able pa paler
ler paler and Others. Whitehill. .ft

- Added to the Panama Collec Collec-jn
jn Collec-jn Canal Zone Junior Col

jege conquistador, 1S57; saiDoa

High School Zonian, 1067; Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Ordeal, Ainslie.
Children's Books Carol Car

ton, Bailey; Loblolly Farm,
Chastaln;. Ahoy, Peggy Stewart,
Dilliard; The House of Four Sea

sons, Duvoisin; Basketball Clown,
Jackson; Mr. peaceable Paints,
Welsgard; A Room for Cathy,

Woolley; First Book of Mytholo Mytholo-ry,
ry, Mytholo-ry, Greek; and Roman,,- Elgin;
Electronics, for I Young people,
BendiUk; ( Golf for r Boys and
Girls, Evans; nee Upon a Time;
"Oobbs; Sitting BulL.tvenon

, Colombian Pesa
To y-DcVcWd'di

COCtA;..-. CoI--r;bIa,-Ju..a 6

(UP) -i-.Tlnance Minister Anto

nio Alvarez Restrepo -says that
there is fcift doubt thai Colombia

will have to devalue its peso,
which i; currently worth 16 JS JS-cent
cent JS-cent on the free market

Alvarez told a businessmen's

convention-here that the precise
extent of the: necessary devalua

tion, cannot be determined until

mid-July. .. j--' :
He said the muddled financial
situation ha Inherited from the

regime of. busted ex-President

Gustavo a Rojas PJnllla left him
no choice but to devalue the peso
and Impose-rigid "austerity" on

Courses in psychology of learn

ing, teaching techniques or spe special
cial special methods pf teaching are espe especially
cially especially desirable; or four years of

exoerience which indicates knowl

edae of instructional methods and

techniques comparable to t h a t
which would have : been acquired
through successful completion of

a Jour-year course. .,;
I V,'

' Experience acceptable toward
meeting ths requirement may
have been gained as instructor co coadministration
administration coadministration assistant in an or-

sanized training program: teacher,

educational or vocational counselor
or agent technical experience and

or knowledge of plant and animal
life within the Panama, area and

a working knowledge of that, plant

and animal life life which la i lo

cated in other Central and South

American countries. A combina

tion of education and experience
totalling four years will meet

minimum requirement. Must have
a comprehensive knowledge of

English and Spanish.. i

Applications should be made on

Standard Form 57, "Application

for Federal Employment," which

may be obtained, at the Civilian

Personnel Office. Alb rook Air

Force Base.

Atoms-For-Pcace

Agreement Signed

By US, Ecuador

WASHTNOTON. June- (UPW

The United States and Ecuador

have- signed an "atoms-for-eace

agreement enabling Ecuador to

obtain a research reactor -and the

atomic fuel and technical informa

tion needed to run it..

The agreement is y, similar, to

pacts the United States has con'

eluded wun aoout 40 menaiy na

tions.. Under the terras of the a-

greement the 'United States will

furnish up to $350,000 of the pur

chase price of a reactor and give

Ecuador '13.2 pounds of enriched

uranium. : t"v.,s '- -v- ';--v

In addition, the United States

willv make-available quantities of

unclassiiied information on reactor

techniques.
.Ambassador Jose R- Chiriboga

signed for Ecuador.' Acting Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of State Roy R. Ru-

bottom-signed for the United
States..-' : .rVf t
Chiriboga told State Department
officials he- is confident atomic
energy will help his country devel

op electric power, which he said
is one of its greatest needs.-

The envoy told the United
Press afterwards he .expects the

Ecuadorean congress that meets

Aug. 10 to ratify the agreement.
The pact must lie 30 days with
the joint congressional committee
on atomic energy before entering

into .force.

M0 Fcx, Pkuxsih uty
J090 Kcs., Colon

Telephones: 2-3061 Panama

PRESENTS

JTeday,; Thursday June 7 ?
PJnV. '.- r
4:00 Feature Review 1 :

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-

- quests taken by pnonr

" tin 3:00) v

6:35 What's Your F, a t o r I

Kcvnvcu.
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen--
, tary (WRUL)
15 BLUE RIBBON SPOR T6
. r REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour tWRUL)
7:00 Goon Show vs:-il'-:v:
7:30 VOA Report From U A,
8:00 Elizabethan Theate-f j;
8:30 Take It From Hero -l
:00 You Asked For .' it f re-

quests -. taken' by pbonS:

10:30 Music From Hotel EI pan
-i: ama-:-v ":' H. ;, 'f':-

10:49 Temple Of Dreamt

11:00 Concert under, The Stars

12:00-Sign Off. -;,v..-iv.

Temerrew,' Friday, June f J

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"SERVING THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ....... ...Sails Cristobal, Jane IS
S.S. "SANTA OLrVIA Sails Cristobal, Jane 18
S.S. "SANTA MABGARrTA" Sails Cristobal, June 19
TO NEVV YORK V f '
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ........ Sails Cristobal, June 11
, S.S. "SANTA LTJISA" Sails Cristobal, Jane 1
SS. "SANTA ISABEL" Sails Cristobal, June IS
FROM U.S. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL U
SJTSANTA ANITA" ... ...Doe Balboa, Jane 11
8 A "SANTA CRUZ" ....... .........Due Balboa, Jaly 4
' TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA and U.S. -.
V. S. PACIFIC PORTS
SA "SANTA ANITA" Sails Cristobal, Jane 16
"SANTA CRUZ".;..., Sails Cristobal, Jaly 8

5- Loads Cargo at Cristobal
I PANAMA AGENCIES CO.

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock

ei v club (requests taken

by phone tui 7:00)
T:30 Mornlne- Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwoodj

8:80 Musical Reveille ;."

8:00 News .'.'"i".
8:15 Sacred Heart i ',v
8:30 As I See It

lQlOO-JENNIFER'S JOU R N A I

(Cutex and Odoronoi

10:05 Spins anleedles (re-

, quests taken by

nnona uu 8:30)

11:00 News ?

11:05 Spina And, Hlidlll

(cont'd) r s

11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 New

12:05 Luncheon Music-

12I15-M ELACH RINO MUS1-

. CAL (Nescafe)

12:30 Sweet And Sot

:oo News ,-.

1:15 Music Of Manhattan v

1:30 Sons Cf The Pioneer tJJ
1:43 Ponfi cf fr?nre f ;-.t

2:00 'rex a ke i :. a: .'..,

2:15 tp' v. ,;j ow?

3:00 1. me snow And His

KauiQow nancn Boys

3:15 Sammy Kaye Show.i
S .-30 Musio. For Frldar i f

4:00 Feature Review : WV "X-1

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-

v quests taken by phone

8:30 News :V,'J

5:35 What's Your f a t o r 1 1

(conrcn v

:oo Alien Jackson Commen

tary (WRUL)

15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

. Kiivisw (Patwt Been

6;30 Top Tunes-of the week

(WRUL) ..:.v.V'i.;-:

7:00 Thirty Minute Theater

7:30 VOA Report From VS.
8:00 Music By Roth :
. 8:30 Short Story Theater n

8:op Yon Asked jFor It (re (re-;
; (re-; quests taken by phone

' UU 7.'30) '-;
10:30 Cavalcade of America
11:00 Jars Till Midnight
12.00-eign Oft v

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TUC I 1CU lAADH TtuHin

in v ia an ffnrt f of r!hrl

Cominel, New York World-;

Telegram and Sun reporter,

who peeps from these enormous :
false--eyelashes. The two-inch
orb-awnings were copied front 1

those recently introduced by

Parisian designer Jacqueline
Dusmenil, who recommends f

them aaa subsltute for sunt
atom-. 1 !.:,.,-.- t 'S' ,S

Doomed Dog's Fate

Dimmed By Charge
01 Dissenling Mom

lsi::.-!:.i D:;:ij($

To II:!d ChlWs

Services On Sunday

Children's Day will be observ

f ed at the First Isthmian Baptist
Church on Sunday with a special

program at 3 p.m. under the di
Irection of Miss Avis Casely, super

intendent of the Sunday School.
The entire day will be dedicat

ed to children, and at all the preach

ing services the emphasis will be

on youtn.
I : The following services will be

held in connection with the Ob

servance: 9:45 a.m S u nd a y
School for all ages under the su su-perintendency
perintendency su-perintendency of Mis Casely. 11

a.m., divine worship with em

phasis on youth; 3 p.m., children's
program; 6 p.m., training union
with, Miss Mavis ; Catherwood as

director; 7 p.m., song service; 7:15

p.m., evening worship, i ; .,'

The preacher at the morning
and evening service1 will be the

Pastor of the church. Kev. S. A

Scarlett.- , l

Both the young people's and the

Sunday School choirs will furnish

music at. all the services Parents,
guardians and friends and the aen-

eral public are specially asked to
join with the children in their cele

brations at these services.'

Fin In Esq:::rc

Talent Contests ;

Set For Saturday

Finals in the first series of talent

quest contests held at the Cafe Es

quire will take place Saturday at

the Atlantic Theatre at 10:30 p.m.
Fourteen contestants -r 8 soloists
and six groups will vie for. top
honors in these categories. One

TAMPA. Fla. : (UP j Sympathy winner will be selected from each

.r i nnnmr ., i.- .... t, i- v, u,;-, . ,iy .n

mounted today in favor of spar-

iQK uouiueu ucimaii aucuunu i, .. .':.' it.. j

. 4. rrosram arransers nave iciieu

bS. traim-im $30 Wahoo for

Invar maVar Oinra nn!,. than lh !. eveuuilS uciuto mo wuwoi,

dr lovrr7. 'v The 'moyie wiU be "Steel Helmet"

irtii ki. v,4 tu t.A msieaa oi uio qtikiubuv puuuw

kXlltM UUO VVJCbUVII WOf TViVQU I ... . avi

w -. ..a ett "wo way uui. wmcn ium was

children bitten in the past five found unavailable at this late date,

animous. in favor of saving the r? W???. :?S

n.n ...wn. .. wmners...iney wm oe msirucieo

Ci'ty Judgi- Bob .Johnson Tsen-K $23J
fenced Rsnger to. die but bis own- rivm decision; Diction, show.

erMrs. Martha Allen, obtained a V "7.',. "SKX wiTi' hi nrh
tarAnn-.w and poise. Each will be worth a

execution. The Humane ) SocletyLInximum of 20 f
ha.annkan. nt n. Ranol'. h tie arise in any category for first

r;r, -r-"-.:-rr"v -T olaee. those involved will vii

t Rnf-f TM.iSi'iM n .-t.- again on Sunday at 10 p.m. in the

director pf 'Sl fW

oartment took: tna side of tha p"1' f

senting mother, saying the chil

dren1 who were bitten deserve
more sympathy than the, dog. t

cuIq Cuatro's show on June 11.

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MILITANT MOTHER-Graphically demonstrating her'mother love,- lioness "Topsy" snarls at
the camera from her cage in Pittsburgh's Highland .Park.Zoo.jLThehugebastwas protecting :!

heij new-born cubs in the bacxground. r TTrT -tJTlSSKBtu

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WASHINGTON. June 8 (UP)

The U.S. Export Import Bank

FCnrrcl Services

JoeseoW Millena'of Chlvsaiva .r.e.ed .W. nd' Honduras S3

lld wirdv. it Gorsaa- Hosni- muuon lor me consurucuon u
med ,yesteraay-tat uorga a ospi- v faciliti

, Funeral services will be held at iBrfTs.m.TLt rw.0i,
the' Comal .Chanel tomorrow at lLiS!.!?;

nm? hurial will fnllnur at l-ao.

-j -. IMnnrtiiraM Chnrnt Tl'Affaira Har.

ir.. jBiuens is survived cy six r. Mi--Z?.ZtZi uu-
v.k.... TA.Jhin. los Hidalgo represented his coun

mxzrOymri try'imUitary; junU government at

Albertha one son, Sylvester, and

IT grandchildren.,. j

Paraiso Children
To Conduct Days
Church Services

j; v Items in three towns.'
The Church of God of Paraiso I

The agreement provides -for the

use of f 1.73 million to construct
access roads in the upper Guaya-

pe valley, bringing new lands in into
to into productive use, The other $1.25
million is to be' used to provide
sanitary water supplies for 28 com

munities and improve sewer sys-

Central American
Diet Improving, ;

Says UN Official

' MEXICO Cmr. June 8 (VP)

The diet of the peonies of Mexico.

central America and the Caribbean

region is slowly but steadily im improving,
proving, improving, a Mexican official of the

u.N. Food and Agriculture Orga Organization
nization Organization says. 5 f

Agricultural engineer AHnlfn

Alarcon. regional FAO director for

Northern Latin America, said the
diet improvement 'augurs Well

lor the progress of future genera
tiOnS." "' f.'C: l':J i-fi 4 .i 'i-Xj ;

Alarcon' mentioned several in

stances of countries which hive
gained great benefits from aid ex

tended by FAOi.-vr- -.-ss
i "For example," he sVid, s "Sari
Salvador has t made remarkable

progress in improving its coffee

plantations. Costa Ric is a coun'
try with living standards ; m u H
higher than those normal in Latin
America; Mexico has been men mentioned
tioned mentioned as a country that has made

great advances in its agriculture
and industry. $ 'a

y

CARE, Launches Fifth Program
To Feed RP's Underpriyileged

CASE.- in coordination with the

Ministry of Labor, Social Welfare,
and Public Health,, recently began

their fifth program of food distri-

dution to schools, institutions, and

families within- the KepuDnci

Under the terms of the' contract,

five million. -pounds of commodi

ties, of which one-half will be pow

dered milk and one-half processed

cheese, will oe distributed to ap

proximately 184,000 beneficiaries
throughout the cities and towns of

Panama over an eight-month .pe .period.
riod. .period. 1 's y;7.h-,.S',.:V' ..1 i

Jn general'the division of bene

ficiaries-' will be as followaU l2Br
000 school children, 72,000 inmates
of hospital! and institutions- of. so social
cial social welfare, and 7,700 needy fam

ilies who cannot be reached ,by

other means.. n

These commodities are donated

by the people of the United States
through their Department of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture and CARE,, a non profit
voluntary agency, will act as dis

tributing agent as it nas done witn
the previous programs. J e
v Jn an interview held with Boh
Clark, the new. chief of the CARE

TWoy Incanto J5 -'.IJ

. WAHOOt 8U8.N
" Oreer Oarson in
"SCANDAL AT SCOURIE
Joseph Cotten in
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Today IDEAL 20 .10
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- Oreta Oarbo lri v
"ANNA KAREN INA

lifDRjVr.iNl

is celebrating- Children's d a y

Sunday with young people officiat

ing at all the services of the day.

The loan carries 3 per cent in-

terest if it is repaid in dollars and

4 per cent if it ia repaid in Hon

invited.

& TODAY i"
A Great Attraction!
Ingrtd BERGMAN ta
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Representatives from all church- duran lomniraa. eurrentlv wnrth a.

c in sxprciea xo oe present ail bout SO cents arh -.A

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Car Pedigree Tgs

Devised By Mexico

To Stop Smuggling

"MEXICO CITY, June 8 (UP)

Treasury officials intent on putting
S stop to sutomobile smuggling

ssy that in future only drivers

whose cars display their' "pedi

grees" will be able to get Mexican
license platea.
Every legitimately-imported mo motor
tor motor vehicle will be required to dis display
play display a sticker listing the number
f its import permit and the port
of entry through which it came in into
to into Mexico, the treasury announce announcement
ment announcement said.
Literally thousands 'of automo automobiles
biles automobiles have been smuggled into
Mexico in recent years, officials
said. They estimated that the ile ile-gal
gal ile-gal traffic is costing the treasury
"thousands of pesos a year."
Boston Globe
Buys' Goodwill
Of Defunct Post r
BOSTON, June 8 (UP)' The
Boston Globe today bought the
name and goodwill of the defunct
Boton Post at public auction for
$10X00.
Included in the sale was the
Post'a morgue, clipping Lie and
library. j
The successful bid was ty
attorney Ahrin M. Wilkinson, who
rerre"ld the Globe. The bid
wt accepted by Aaron Krock,
aortioner.
Tbe bid mart approved by

le court, usually only a formaa-

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HAPPY FELLA Anton Ko Ko-lomijzew,
lomijzew, Ko-lomijzew, onetime-Russian Cos Cossack,
sack, Cossack, twirls his mustache as
he casts an approving look en
New York from a port hole Of
the TJSNS transport Gen. W. C
Langfltt. Kolomijzew, 65, was
one of 1,042 refugees brought to
the U.S. aboard the Langfltt.
They are the last refugees to be
admitted to the U.S. under the
Refugee Relief Act of 1853.

Elderly Physician
Hikes To Protest

Glaim Of Mesons
VALENCIA; Venezuela: Jurte 6

CUP) -i An 86-year-old' German

physician who doesnt believe Si Simon
mon Simon Bolivar was a Mason has
completed a nine-day.' 112 m i 1 e

hike here from Caracas in protestl

against a Masonic counterclaim.

Dr. Luliua Demmer was in good

shape at the end. of his "death
march" except lor a pulled ten tendon
don tendon in his left leg. : ,v ' -:

The Masonic Lodge in Caracas

roused Demmer's ire -recently by
claiming to have discovered that
the South" American liberator was
a member of the lodge. :

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mission in Panama, he asked that
the investment which the Panama
nian government has in these food
programs be emphasized., F I o m
the port of loading in the United
States,-, the government of Pana-"
ma pays all. costs of transporta transportation
tion transportation from ocean, freight, to t h e

time, it ..ia given to the .ultimate

beneuciaryi whether. he Is. located

in Panama. Colon, the San Bias

Islands., or in the nthen numprniia

distribution points, from the Costa
Rican border to and' including Da
nen.. Also, the government pays

approximately two-thirds of all
administrative costs' tiecessarv to

Operate the CARE mission in Pa-
nkvat. !' '"V1". '.

Therefore' these Vunnlementary

feeding programs which have been
broueht tn Panama thrnutth CARK

are actually' the result "of the co coordination
ordination coordination and cooperation' of -the
people of Panama and the United
States through their respective
governments. It 1st believed that

this concept of mutual cooperation
should be dearly 'understood in
order that proper ; recognition be
accorded to all those responsible

xor me conunueu success oi ues
activities,- - ';,

Dvia. where he -was in charee of

CARE operations for the past

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4' India Ny'Seek:; -US
Aid Agdjnst
ir Flu, Epidemic
: NEW DELHI, India J June 8
(UP) The Indian trovernment

was reported, yesterday r ta- bt

preparing to.'seek UA help to

comoav an innuenza epidemic
that-appeared to be getting out
of control. .; ?
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' Thirty-five deaths" have been
reported in New Delhi, Bombay
and Calcutta. In New Delhi, 800
new cases were recorded In tht

last 24 hours.

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!",T rn1' tamf? In HERNDON. (left) ,; executive officer,. Quartermaster aectlon, .-UArmy,
' KrifiSi SeSita Lloyd -romllnson (second from .left), a certificate for having accrued
-km holrsf sick leave during his employment at the Fort Gullck Army commissary to uews.
, n held there recently.' Others who received "500-hour" certificates are. -.(len ; to. righ"
5??Si Tomlinson) Vte V SulUvan eodore A. Hewitt nd Gladstone E. Cimeron., Iktag
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Modeling

ie of France's top models in-

' eluding one from the house oi
! rhristiait Dior are in town:h. to

work, play and hop-ior.'i ,;
-1 jeans. -'!
' I French .manufacturert i-TOake the
1: jean aH Jright, "but only ? copies
; of the American ones,"i explained
Gisele : Stern, the red haired
' tmember of a Iriumvirata whicli
5 : apparently Hikes orighial. i?heth"
: r-r'by Lanvni or tevi.o' t'
; Gisele acted as" apokesmanr.fqr
: the three because herlJEngushia
"" adequate, my French Js inade-
; miate, and the other two Lucky
'. pronounced loo key Janichevski
and Olivia Czeaux, i peak -only
French.-'
J,,-The three 'Came 'to Manhattan
, f 3r a "Heart, of Fashion Heart of
Paris'" fashion show co-sponsored,
by Sabena Airlines and Cone Mills
'textile jnanufacturers. They-' are
.ataying on for a few days to sight-.
: 1 see, take onr any other modeling
jobs they can. find, and shop s not
only for blue jeans but fur ; lug-
' gage, summer cottons and nylon
. lingerie.': :..VV "''"'f-'ii
,i The three arfthojties ,cprapa4
. with American sshipnt .iiodcls,
who usually are five feet 4seyen
- inches and -taller. And all have
minute .waists .none. .measuring
'over 19 inches. T-uckyr a divorcee
' and "mother-of a "15-year-ol4 girl,
la the veteran of the group, once
! .modeled for Hemes who gave her

Memorial Day. Toll
'.':?"":'''anCAGO UP) A fmal "couni
'," today showed traffic, accidents ov
J er the long Memorial pay week
end took 428 lives, but the Katio--'
nal Safety Council still was able
to credit America's motorists for
. an "admirable" performance.
The tounctf had estimated that
.450 persons would die overt the
four-day holiday, w
. "Drivers aid traffic enforce enforce-'
' enforce-' ment agencies deserve a big pat
on the back for a good job," said

y -oaieiy w)uncu resident Wed

. uearoorn. . -

tiii nictaame, and1 has been .wifih
Dior 'for 'eight ftmwzjpt&tf-'
' She recently opened a school for
"What you w o u 1 d

call here a charm ;;scho9l,M,;' said

Gisele, who was one o ner pupus.
Ttii'hree'said1 modeling in -the

United' States is harder work than
in Paris, "Where we do nothing
for ourselves, except put on our

maKeup., 'i
."We do not fret with' snaps and
zippers. someone dresses us,'?
said Gisele. "Even our coiffures
are done for us,", but they added
the- pay rate Js Jflwer tack home.
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The three decided they nave not
had time to reach any conclusions
about American men, and only a
few about; American women.. -:
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."Here, every woman is wearing
mink,"? said Gisele, rand big hats
in the 'morning vjikrstav garden
partyi" -i;fi "-;
' American 'women's lega are
very beautiful," said Olivia.- w
. "Formidable!", said Lucky; j.i
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Death Exaggerated
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' PENSACOLA (UPV? Sheriff
Emmett Shelby said 'today a 34-year-old
Negro bartender whose
"death" allegedly netted another
Negro over $10,000 in" life insur
ance is alive and is now In jail.
'On" May 25' R.;'D. Johnson, 44,
was e h a i g e d with lraud and
grand larceny involving a fraudu fraudulent
lent fraudulent death certificate .on Eugene

H,. Upton. ;.f;.;f.;,;-.7:,;.;,.j

TJnton was : discovered alive

Monday In the heme 'of Johnson's
mother, and was booked as an
accessory; to the fraud. J '! ;

Johnsoli 'had allegedly collected

$10,500 from two insurance com companies
panies companies and had two other poli policies
cies policies on Upton worth $4,000. Shelby
said' when the two men were
brought lace to face Johnson de developed
veloped developed a "very sudden. ease of

. laryngitis.' -",,'.

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b Dcinictin Rep.
i Washington! 'June (UP)

The State Department assured ( a
House Foreign Affaus subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee today -that it is pressing its
inquiry into charges that an Amer American
ican American citizen was murdered by the
Trujilloegimei in the Dominican

? The subcommittee met behind

closed doors with acting assistant

secretary of states Boy a nicnara
Ruhottom.! It issued a ; atatement

later asserting that thert are Vob-

vioua inconsistencies ; jn ,tne con-
travondiil .case. ..JWMs,

, Chairman Brooks' Hays. (D-Ark.)

told reporters .the; State Depart-
i. 1 l. J .U nnmini.an

mem nas aa&eu uib muiuui.
Republic for additional information
in the case, which involves Gerald

Lester Murphy, ana Jesus uaiin-
dez.:--s '.! pi: ;;, tfiS-.,.' !f:'f,!&sl''i'.
Mnrnhv Was the nilot who al

legedly flew Galindez to the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic a year ago. Ga Galindez,
lindez, Galindez, an exile from the Trujillo

regime, was lecturing at loiumoui
University at the time. snl

' Both men subsequently d i s a p-

peared. ; Rep. Charles Porter U U-Ore.)
Ore.) U-Ore.) charged last month in a

sDeech on the House floor that

they kad been liquidated by ; the

fDomlnican 'government. He asked

the state department, to looic into

tne caaav ;c r- s-r,'v : j

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Deciding On Indiifi
LONpON1,, June' 6 (UP The
five-power disarmament confer conference
ence conference broke up for a six-day reces
today without deciding 'on India's
demand to enter the talks. r "? ;
The request from India threaten
ed a sudden East-West split. Rus Russia
sia Russia supported, it and the west op opposed
posed opposed it, V : '
But no decision was taken pend pend-ine
ine pend-ine a lone recess for Britain's

Whitmonday weekend national ho holiday.
liday. holiday. The talks resume next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Diplomats believed U.S. dele delegate
gate delegate Harold Stassen would be rea ready,
dy, ready, to begin presenting the new
American first step partial disar disarmed
med disarmed plan then. v

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RDXIEJ Miss. UP) Belay that

purse Lafitte'a not '0 gold is not

only buried it's going deeper and
deeper, v- - ',''.'
Since Reba Dove found a "prl-.
vate map" showing where -Jean
LaFitte'a pot was buried oh his
land, that curse has cost treasure
hunters a lot of digging and up upwards
wards upwards of $50,000 in cash.

. Dove 30 years ago found tne pot
not many feet below the surface,

he believed, but the lid it must

measure at least six teet acros
was to big to ift up through the
small hole, j - t

Veuld-Be Burglar

Loses Pents In Fan;

Has To Be Rescued

CHICAGO iviv-K would be

burelar had to be nulled-from an

exhaust fan in a, tavern early to today,
day, today, and lost both his dignity jand

his pants in tne process.
Arthur. Bonnivier, 28, told fire firemen
men firemen who came to rescue him that
he climbed on the garage of the
Tiny Tan, stepped onto an air con

ditioner, fell headfirst into the fan

and became trapped pall in and
half out. "
In efforts to extricate-himself.

he said,' he lost "his' pants. : v
Robert D. Leonardis, part own owner
er owner of the establishment, said when
he came to work thia morning,
he heard a cry for help.
"Hey, bud, help me out of this
thing, will you?" pleaded a voice

from eight feet above Leonardis.

"I'm homuri" .7

Leonardis said he ran to the

fire department, brought men' and

equipment to chop out the frame framework
work framework and free Bonnivier.. But he
still was encased in the steel rim
of the Jan. 1 ;

Bonnivier was taken to m nearby
factory where torches freed him

from the rinv to county hospital
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wucie uc wb uBnieu lor uruises,
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ami uuauy 10 me pouce station
where he was held aa a, burglary

suspect; j ) r
r Tool Of Trade
1 NEW YORK, June 6 (Upj-Pol-ice
.arrested an Indian frn-

orderly condnrt vhn thm annt.

ted a tomahawk dangling from his

. 'But the Indian. IVIlllam W nr..

un, 4o, convinced authorities Mon-

aay ne was not on .the warpath.

after he explained that the little

Sb e was; tool Ot hi tOUit
:'$ pineapple crater,'-: ..--

Dove's brother Walter.' who took

over the treasure-digging corpora

tion when Dove died m 1951. said

rain delayed enlarging the hole 30

years ago and also washed- out

a thin layer of limestone on which
the heavy pot rested.

uy the time Keba Dove could

enlarge the hole the pot had sunk
into the quicksand below; And ev ever
er ever since, Walter Dove said, every
digging operation bringrmore rain
that. seems to plunge the pot deep-
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! Now j the- hole is- big enough to

swallow an ofice building and to

attract sightseers from m lies
around, but tha" "gold-filled" pot

still eludes the diggers.

Last Friday workers "for Ruel

Traxierwho is supplying a dredge

and barge for the operation, re reported
ported reported they had reached a metal
object six feet 'Wide, but. then it

oegan to ram, r .

If the rain ever stoos.' Trailer

said, he will sink a caisson around
the object' in the quicksand if the
rain ever stops.-

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Solo B02I Trip

Across A!l:nlic

Builds Character

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There's nothing like a solo voy voyage
age voyage across the Atlantic in a small
boat to build up character and

self 'reliance, a young engineer

advised today after completing a

,000-miie, ocean crossing. ; v j
Sporting a foot-long beard -and
i shaggy head of blond hair.

Richard Dreselly, 32, of Falmouth,
Me landed here late Monday af after
ter after 64 days at sea in his 30-foot
sloop. "v- .

Dreselly said he made th trip
'just for the sport of it',' but said

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MRS. NAOMI wOLPf (seated), chief librarian. at Fort Kobbe,
and Mrs- June Oversofi, assistant librarian, admire an. Army 1
Special Services certificate of accomplishment the. library re"
ceived recentlyi The Fort Kobbe library was awarded honor honorable
able honorable mention-in the recent Army-wide library-publicity contest.
U.S. Army Photo) 1

he feels it has made a better man
out of him.

"I think it does something, to. a

person's character," he observed.

"It teaches you to do things tnat
are; difficult .', and to do them

alone. You've got problems to
meet anl the 'Way you respond
either makes' you or breaks you."
The first thing Dreselly did af after
ter after clearing immigration' was to
spend $2.50 of his last $8 getting a

haircut and shaving his beard. He

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complained about the high cost,
pointing out that his last shave
and haircut in the -Balearic Is?
lands near Spain cost only t
cents,
"The toughest part of the trip,"
he said, "was fixing the top mast
one: day. 'when- it. broke off during
some heavy weather. It was the
hardest thing I. ever did in my
life to' climb up the 30-foot mast
to do the job." v

Going, Going Cons

CAIRO. June 5 (UP) .-ForBief

King Farouk's collection of nts' i
covers and razor blade eart.
will be placed on the 'auct
block next autumn along wi, t
iewels once owned vby membc

of the ousted, royal family, m

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AMBASSADOR OF FRANCE GIVES COCKTAIL PARTY
IN HONOR OF US COUNSELLOR AND FAMILY Y
f The Ambassador of France in Panama Lionel Vasse and Mrs.
Tasse have issued invitations to a cocktail party to be held this
evening at'the Embassy residence on La Cresta in honor of the
"ounsellor of the Unite States Embassy Robert Austin Aclyhis

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overnor Potter

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At Toastmasters' Dinner :Ji
A Governor William E. Potter was
h. ffupet of honor at the regular

cami.mnnthlv dinner meeting of

the Isthmian Toastmaster's Club
No. 1788, Toastmasters Internation International
al International on Tuesday evening, in the
Fern Room of the Ttvoli Guest
House.

REGISTRATION
Ballroom Dance Classes

Friday, June 7th
Cristobal TJVI.C.A.
to 11:00 m. v

Toastmaster of the-' evening was

D. J. W. Hos; ,Topi Master, Fred

erick -K Bauer, j and General E-

valuatori1 Frank Fureyv Speecnes

were given Dy Kon uy, Isaac
Harrouche, Benjamin Rosales and
Fordham D. Tabor. Guest speak

er was Governor Potter w n o s e
topic was VThe Art of Speaking."

Best speaker or tne evening' awara

went to Fordham P. Tabor whose
topic was "Inheritance of Free Freedom."
dom." Freedom."

The Ambatador
Of Braill Gives

Coektail Party

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The Ambassador of Brazil Agul Agul-Inaldo
Inaldo Agul-Inaldo Boulitreau Fragoa gave a

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"i ia visiting hc.r.

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Rummage Sale

Will Benefit

Bella Vista Home
A Rummage Sale, for the bene

fit of the Bella Vista Children's

Home, will be held Saturday, June

15, at Bishop. MomrHau of the
Cathedral of St. Luke, An e on,
from 8 a.m. to i p.m.
The benefit is sponsored by the
Board of- Administrators of the
Children's Home, and General

vuiunao in cuarse oi arranse

Merits in Mrs. Charles B. Morgan

of Corozal. A special feature of

the day will be a "White Ele
phant" table. ;

Persons having articles of used
clothing and household effects they
wish to danate, or items for the
"White Elepba.nt" table, are asked
to leave their contributions at

Disnop juoms waii or Jfl o r g a n s
Gardens in Corozal. Arrangements
for collection can be made by

lucpaunuig Mts. Morgan at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2390.

Serving on the eommitt with

Mrs. Morgan are Mrs. Elmerv G.
Ahbott, Mrs. R. H. Greene, '. Mrs.
R. M. Lovelace. Mrs. FrnV rv

Miller, Miss Qaire E. Ogden. Miss

Mainert

eee,
Mr.

William F. Robinson: Mr.' R.int.

Shuev, Mrs. William fN. Taylor
and Mrs. James ,G. jOwnsend.
Cafhelis Oaiwhtora" ; te

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Installation of officerl. for t b

GIRLS don't have any childhood

tnsse aays,. i recently Heard a
sweet-faced grandmother remark.

And I think she hss a point. -' i
They don't have very much. Ma

ny of' them get their first perma-
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SChOOl.:A.'.'.-(. i-vl-h'

At an age when they should be

climbing trees and skipping rone.

their mothers are training and

grooming- them for future "popu-

larity. 1 ;

By the time they are through

junior high they are bored with

formal dances, a corsage it just

another ounch of flowers, and they
are looking at the label instead of

the dress when they go shopping.
They can't even eat with enojoy enojoy-ment
ment enojoy-ment because, with even more
self-control than their mothers,

they are counting calories.
Unless they have old fashioned

mothera and lew of them to

they completely miss the child

hood stage of being tomboya.

' '"NO FUN,
. JUST. FALSE STANDARDS
THEY are' hair conscious, figure
conscious, clothes conscious and
popularity conscious. "-v

But they suit their mothers,
who keep- pushing them ahead so
fast they never know what ehild-

nooa reaiiy is.

Soya ;are luckier.' But even they

are having to start 'dating before

iney reauy. give a noot aoout gins

because-the girls mothers are

giving dances for their daughters.
It is sad that today's mothers

hold little regard for Childhood

they can t wait for their daughters
to srowuD but keen-Bushine them

toward adult waya and adult Stan-

darad. j,

Why eant they let them be ehfl.

aren until tney decide for them

selves that they want te be grown-

Restriction on Hilltary Spcndin

Not Crippling, t Says Wilson Aids

wiuer, iss Claire E. Ogden,
Florence Retersop. Mrs. Ma

i

WASHINGTON, June (UP)

Deputy Defense Secretary Donald
A. Queries conceded today that he

originally opposed ueiense secre secretary
tary secretary Charles X. Wilson's new
directive; temporarily restricting

military pending.

(Bui he told a Senate Appropria Appropria-tins
tins Appropria-tins subcommittee he now be

lievos the matter can be worked

out ao that it "will not hava a
great impact," on. Air forca pro

grams. : V.,,
Quarles, whe recently took over
i Wilson's too lieutenant, said his

opposition stemmed from his pre previous
vious previous job as secretary of the Air
Force, which would be hardest hit
by the directive

Catholic Daughters of America,
Court Santa Maria, No. 447, took
nlaea at the June fourth meeting

hlH mt Rt Marv'a Church Hall.

Balboa. Retiring r a n a Kegeni. uon ooiiar cuioacK wnen ne was

Wilson en May "i erdared a
100, million dollar held hack In
Army,. Navy and Air Farce buy.
int for the remainder of the cur current
rent current fiscal year, thus clamping

Hewn on Air reree "installment

buylnj."

Tha Air Tore has been openly

critical of the directive and has

picked up support from some

members, of tha subcommittee, no

tably Sen. Stuart Symington (D

WV tWB, UJ, V4. HUM1
ry himself. v.

Symington charged it would seri

ously crippie Air orce procure'

mem prosrams -.

Ouarles. who appeared caught

in me middle of the controversy,

said the impact of the directive

would depend largely en the De

fense Department'! disposition of

objections tiled by the various

services. v---.urifrw'';.

He m'i he eoposed the 500 mil-

BROWNIE TROOP Prownle Troop 17 ef Diablo Ha Ifhta b sbewa yith fes sponsors a-d auasta at tli'air'
last maoting-of tha yaar. 1st row (sitting) left te rigktt Sandra Shirley, Mary Ellxabath, Pope, Sandra Bow '
n, Sandra Spinney. 2nd raw kneeling! loft to right: Carol Leigh Smith. Gloria Duke, Mary Ann Wink- ''
losky, Mary Margot Tarstanion. rd row (standing) left te right: Pamala Mlehal, Jennie Rieach, Halan Jaaaj
Waldron, Nancy Huldrquitt, Linda Faavlay, Donna Sesrle. 4th raw (standing) loft te right: Mise atrial

- .ini, una nana, aaoiarrics saciien, same- lama noipirai, mn. v. t. lararanaon. irooe Laadah
Dr. Dnnlk. Wil.. i J... I -.JI-..I.. .1.. T LI U.I ' r

wf v..,,,,, uwviwf fa fraatairica Htiwif mriw .niai wtvmnmtf

Mrs. Eldermae Duff, presided o-

ver tne installation ceremoxuea our
ine which the newly elected offr

cers assumed their respective as-

signments : ,,. j
Mrs. Porothy Rose received the
tavel of the Grand Regent. She

will be assisted by Mrs. Anita

Thompson, vie grand regent;
Mrs. Marion Araov prophetes;

Mrs.' Rosev DeBiaseJlon ttor:

Mrs.' Phyllis Best financial secre-

tary; Mrs. Fauiine taeun, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; Miss Mary E. Murphy, his historian;
torian; historian; Mrs. Helen Wise, lecturer;
Mrs. Ceil Waldorf, sentinel Mrs.
Dolores Chaput, organist; and Mrs.
Maybella Clcmmons. Miss Cathe

rine Terlercio, Mrs, Frede Coy

and Mrs. Anna Taverns, Trustees.

Following the nuslnes meeting

refreshments were served and a
pleasant social hour- was enjoyed,
by aU members. v

(Continued on" rag 1)

I rlfca 0m-' I New

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sV 1" ; 4 I. HI

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' JUNE- ;S

Vr J I lfifh I iXtecT

(Mm i ll! u

I m "... t r 1

Li

fc..- i-et.ttry but 'Tiot too strong

ly" because it only applied to a

snon perioa. t

Quarles said he did not agree

with statements by Assistant-De

fense Secretary Wilfred jr. McNeil

mat tne Air f orce had oeen amity

of abuses in buying- practices.

He said "I believe we proceeded
not only legally but ethically .
and properly" in contracting when

uf wa au avkiuujr.
Symington renewed Us vcharae

that the Eisenhower adminiatra

uon was subordinating defense

programs to fiscal policies. He
told Quarles the Wilson directive

was hurting the Defense' Depart'

ment s own request for restore

tion of House cuts in the new mil'
itary budget. if

Symmuton said the admmistra

tion wss taking an J'Alice in Won

derland approach to budgeting by

setting rortn wnat n considered an

adequate defense program, and

then not permitting funds to be

spent to jinance lu ' w

t for the nght start in life

Baby Reeds EMU
: the best milk!

Pare, safe Kuu milk is especially
recommended by doctors for in infant
fant infant feeding. Only the best fresh
cow's milk la selected for EuaL
It contains all the nourishing
kToodneas that baby need to grow
strong and healthy. Kux is easier
te digest, tool ,
Kuu is woaderf ully convenient
because 70a use only What you
need at a time.
Teiay-imyTlXM-ilibtttmilh

)rr7,,w,,w,w, Baraara. Sw aMtart at f klekaal

- ewiitr snaatls, ana aa B1m, se

(a Ma 1

ft A L

VTfAMM
AOOfS

tut I

1

the best milk

Needlotsofpep?

Drink.

Th Juicea of I t JfrrtBt, ftriim ftriim-frasci
frasci ftriim-frasci vte rtabasa ea CMODalad aBes
tfcjg faaaoos drink. Yountara kxre
au krre'y tarer, ea4 tanve oa iss
vitania-packtd

gwBlnasa. At mm f
tint ar ta L V -antala
V-S gives I'
them tba refrttk-
aaent tkty vaat,

CUTICURA TALCUH

! Able like Magic i

- Iff tha softeeV fmeet, most delightfully I
' firsiast talcum rou cm rxiy. At the same l

A tima it Is lastingly deodorant and astisep- I

tic, Yes, magical C-8 (peachlqrophene)'. ,4 I :
1' in new Caticura Talcum keeps the akin t
freeh a street, roHevesstmbuni, prevents ; I
, A S ..I .-. S

ana relieves aw raaaeaj ana ouaer eaus f
irritations. Wonderful for baby and every- ll'l
orw. Buy Cuticura Talcum today.

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NIW'CIRLv SCOUT The Brownie Fly-ep aaramony wee ene ef the
feature attractions at the recent Fort Gulick Girt Scout Court ef Awards
program hald at the For Culick C"peL Herf Laura Fostar (cantor)
rpats ana ef the Girl Seoul oaths prior te her being accepted at a full full-fledged
fledged full-fledged Gir Scout. Other in the picture ere (left) Mrs. Katharine
Killie, Trooo 4 Scout Loader and (right) Elisabeth Thomas whe acted aa
Laura's "dig litter" or sponsor at the ceremonies (U.S. Army Pheta)
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THAT WAS "RICH

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SERVED LAST NIGHT!

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that jives you DEEPER coffet flavor. Try it!

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end ask him cbout :
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pretaJne enS energy. s)e eeay te prepr, tool
SpechettI with Meatballs
aWSWWTrt?TT-xSia ta.H.w a I Wlag ml
by rrtANCO-Arrr:iCAM m-iiwiws y

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Brownie Troop

jives rany

t

At DUblo

On their last meeting of tha

year. Brownie Troop ?7 of Dla-
bio Heights, composed of Diablo,
and Los Bios third grade girls, ;
wer hostesses' at a party glvea
at the Dtablo Qlrt Scout house.?.

Tneir special auest were r:Df r

Dorothy Wilson, resident in pe, ;
diatrics and Miss Beatrix H.. da

Bernal, head nurse oX tha pedia-
tries section, both of Santo To

mas Hospital of Panama jClty.

as tneir last community serv

ice project for the year, -the girls,'
had made spool dolls and also
happiness folders which included

a oolorlnf book and pack et tray-

ona in. each folder The mate

rials (ox these- gifts were. pur

chasea with money ; the girls

had mads during the year' from
the sale of Girl Scout cookies

ad calendars,:- tr?-.:;-;-3t ?:

The girls had also purchased a

carton of Girl Scout cookies
with their money to be given, to y
the children fit the Hospital a- :
long with the spool dolls and

folders.": -v-

Dr. Wilson' and Miss da Bernai,

on behalf of Santo Tomas Hos

pital, accepted ths gifts from T-:

the Brownies. Y,;t:.K

Tree SI New Cristobal i V

Holds Court e Awerde y

Girl Scout Troop 99 eeierjrsiea
the completion of a satisfactory
year with its Court Of Wards lsst

week at the Cristobal Methodist

church in New Cristobal.

A croup of over so p a r e n 1 s,

scouts and other members of fsm :

ilies related to seouters, were in

attendance to witness tha very

impressive ceremony. ;

The meeting opened witn a osg 4

ceremony," followed by different
scouts leading the assembly .in

favorite songs. Abbs McClelland

and Susan Boncoumet alternated

as mistresss of ceremony with

Mrs. S. r. Msson, district chair
man, assisting in the toresentatioa

of awards. A summary of thf

year's activities was given by San- -dra
Woodruff.

The following badges were a

warded: -. ... v

Adventurer Betty Favne. Lis

Hsnna Evelyn Hawthorne, Bonnie
ChnmttA rfk Cmith Pi A m A m

Collins, Susan Bonzoumet, Sandra

Woodruff and Carol norland. Play

er Susaa Bonzoumet and Sandri
Woodruff. Reader Carol Sesraaa

and Anne McUellsnd. Wild Plant
Lis Hanna. Cat and dog t Brtty

Payne. Out door cook Ivelyn
Hawthorne and Betty Payne. Back
yard Camper Zvelyn -Hawthorn

nd Betty Payne. Writer Sandra

Woodruff. Dancer Anne MeClel-

Iand. Prints-Carol Seaman. Camo

craft Cookie Smith and Brenda
Collins. Musician Carol Seaman..

Minstrel-Carol Seamsa and Anno
Mcdetland.

Ranis completed were:' Second

Class; Carol Morland. First class;.
Susan Bonzoumet Lit Hanna An.

ne Mcaelland. Sandra Woodruff.

Brenda Collins snd Cookie Smith,

carol Minis received the Curv Curved
ed Curved Bsr, the highest rank in the
intermediate program, completing
special requirements in the field

Arts and crafts.

Pive year pins were rresentea

to the following scouts snd a-

dulu: Sutaa Bonzoumrt, Liz Han
s, Carol Seaman, Mrs. Harry
Sramao, Cookie Smith. Brenda

Couias, Betty Payne, Mrs. James

ivpe sad Zvelya Hswtbone.

K;iiat rt tfra year Iccluded

three overnitht csnspist tri. a

picnic, Chnstmss party, two !oce

irt:s, rnic:pitni ta te Trick-

t uy t aEi wia siadri
ooru3 ss narrator, ewf-jr'. re

the f.af cerrtiory in the Ir'-'-T.-ia

ally and plans for marct-r m

Memonal Day rara-ie. P r e-

ad tha aoartah- fe

etf iucluflH tK rs-rvrj s-1 c

wtem warj 1
jrstion of two coil r ti s



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, JUNE 195T
fir'i''..';'.:1'.-.. ,i'

rSdciat arid Otlt

4rwi6e

Mis Ednj Hart
graduates From
Teachers' College
j MiSs 'Edna L. Hart of Bslboa
Heights,! daughter of Mr, a n q
iMrs. Mai R. Hart, Balboa Heights,
pi a candidate, for the bachelor of
science degree in elementary, edu

cation curriculum at the e m-i

!mencement exercises of the State

University Teaehers' College .at

,Fredonia, which will" be held Sun
jday afternoon. 1 ;

1

MISS EDNA X. HART, daugh-
ter of Mrand: Mrs; Max
" Hart of Balboa Heights will
graduate from the State Uni University
versity University Teachers Colleee at

predonla, New York, next Sm-i

aay. ene; nas accepted posi.
; tiort as teacher in the fourth,
grade in the Riverside Public
Schools at Riverside, Califor.

. Sccut News
(Continued From Page 6)
r .' .. ,
gift for a local orphanage,: assist assisting
ing assisting with a Christmas party for a
group of San Bias children and aid aiding
ing aiding Brownie Troop 9 with its Ten Tenderfoot,
derfoot, Tenderfoot, requirements.
Special .mention was made -of
the time.1; effort and material of

' parents and past leaders.-' The

girjs surprised Mrs. James yayne
andvMrs. JE. .F.; McClelland.; with
Sifts. The Court closed with t a e
aervinx of cookies and, punch. :.,,'

Senior $lrt Scout Troop W'y.fe;
Visit fan Bias Islands -j ?f
- Senior Girt Scout Troop fli f
New Cristobal under the leader leadership
ship leadership of Mrs.'R, E. Cox took a three
day trip to the San" Bias'-Islands
''See Raider., Mr Cotf llsbne

comoanied the trooi nl t-A

The following scouts enjoyed the
trip: Beth Bialkowskfc Karen

Coate,' Eileen Cox. Kathleen "Cox
(first aider )v Carol Flenniken (se (senior
nior (senior life guard), Ruby Hall,. Mar

ina Johnson, fatncia Dawson. Ca Carolyn,
rolyn, Carolyn, MeGann, Katie O'B r i e n,
Jean Seaman and j Mary. Louise
Wsshabaughv: K vav.
-The troop .visited Porvenuv the
"check-in", point for the San Bias
Islands; .a copra factory on anoth another
er another island; the' island of Carti upon
which there is a typical San Bias
Village; and Chief Charlie's island.
Shell necklaces, dolls, conch shells,
spears, canes, boats,, and molas
were purchased. from the natives
by the scouts. v
One of the scouts hroueht a nort.

able radio Phonocraoh alone so

that everyone on the trip could en enjoy
joy enjoy it.
On the way home Cpt. Parker
docked at Porto Belle so that the
scouts could visit the church, and
the old fortifications. i ......

Senior Girl Scout TrimS i.

grateful to Capt. Parker and the
Panama Canal Yacht Club, with with-out
out with-out whose cooperation they could
never have had such a .wonderful
experience,. ,,, -., ,

iru Hart has been active In

Mummers Dramatic Club, Execu Executive
tive Executive Board, Counsellors, and teas
elected to Kappa Delta -Pi. honor honorary
ary honorary society for scholarship, ..'She
has accepted a position as a teach teacher
er teacher in the fourth grade in the Riv

erside .funic- Bcnoois ai suver
side, California.
Open House 4

For Q'Connous
Tomorrow NieM "" 1
Mr. and Mrs. 'John W.- O'Co n n-neli,
neli, n-neli, who are leaving the Isthmus

on Sunday to resiae in me oiaies,
win hn feted 1 an "Ooen House"

on Friday evening between I and
10 o'cIock, at "House 2240-B, Carf
St., Balboa. All friends of the cou cou-nlff
nlff cou-nlff are cordially invited to ittend.

k Mr. O'Connell,' Immediate Past
rommandar of the American Le

gion, retired May 31 from the rt
name' Kailroad.- The U'ConnelU

have been, on the Isthmus since
mi

Catholic Daughters

Moor in Cristobal

The Catholic Daughters of Amer

Ira r.hnrt Our Lady of the Mira

riwom Medal NO. SY4..neia meir

installation of officers for 1957-W

at' thir retfular monthly meeting

An Monday in the hall of the Mi

raculous Medal Church. Officers

for this term are as follows

Grand Recent. Mrs. Angelina

Ng, Vice-Regent, Mrs. Rita Wsh-

abaugh. Prophetess. rs. ia w

eas Lecturer. Miss Colomba Lu

que; Historian Mrs. Marie U r y;

Sentinel. Mrs. Julia Drum; Xrus

tees; Mrs. Sylvia Lelaidier, Mrs.

Marjorle f aimer ana jars.. ,yu
tbia Lyew, and Organist, Miss. A

mints Meienaei.

- Installins- officer was Mrs, El-

dermae Duff, Territorial Deputy,
Other members present were:

Mesdames Eugenie Borden, Lucille
Pabon, Marie Bice, Mxlne Logan,
Laura Craig, Agnes Simon, Jessie
Stokes; and the Misses Dorothy

&am and Ana Benjamin,
The Rev. Father John Tumelty,

C. M.. gave an interesting talk on

"Inquiry Forum" which is nein
weekly at the Miraculous -Medal
Church.
. Immediately after the -meeting
refreshments were served by Miss
Carmen Calogne, Miss' Colomba
Luque, Mrs. Agnes Simon and
Mrs. Jessie Stokes, i

Rotlroment r'arly
For Mrj A. I. iock

Slated For June 2S
. Mr. A. Earl Beck.. Superintend

ent of the Terminals Division, will

be honored at a retirement party

on Tuesday, June 25, at the JElks

mor Anyone -lTif crested in ; at

tcndins please call Cristobal 1826

between the hours of a.m. and

4 p.m. for reservations on or ne
fort Jfune JM.

Rabbi Wltkin v f-' S '

Will Spoak , , ,.
At VM.CJk. '

The World's Great ReUgloua"

series will bold its fifth session at

the Balboa Y.M.C.A U-S.O. to-

nitrht at T-Srt n m:

Rabbi Witkin will soeak on the

subject of Judaism, dealing with

the meaning and tradition of S.T1S

years.; roe lecture wui oe uius

I

OH Sl:di$ b::rl:

Firmer Tcr.3 h ;
Dull MsrSicI Trcfo

KRW vrRK.June B (UP -De

mand for oil stocks and a handful
of special issues imparted a firm firmer
er firmer tone to a basically routine end
dull stock market session yesterday.'-"
'-! t:' tKt-.J&J, i'r
With little in the news to in:
fluence market opinion, traders
lacked Incentive and volume re reflected
flected reflected their hesitancy, dropping
to low since April 16.

Approximately l,940,ooo snares
changed hands : compared with 2,-

200,000 Tuesday.

Oils stood out as the bast of the

erouo performers with gams rang

ing over 2 points in Amerada and
General American of Texas, a
point to 2 in Texas Co., Continen
tal, Wilcox and Gettys, with the
last up 1 14 to 35 1-4 on the day's

secona Heaviest turnover, s union
Oil of California, off a ; fraction,

was top- active stock.;,''

Rails met selective dtmiad

which lifted Louisville and Nash

ville 2 to 80: Nashville, Chattanoo Chattanooga
ga Chattanooga and SL Louis 6 3-4 to 116 1-2;
Central of Georgia 2 points to 47

There was some modest selling

in' tobaccos following the latest
smoking-cancer publicity. Ameri

can Tobacco lost a point to 71 j-z.
Industrials, pulled down by al

lowance for ex-dividends, and loss

es in American Tobacco and Goo
year, finished off .W point on v

erage at 502.07 rails up .13 at
144.99; utilities up'.OJ at 73.75 and

the 65 stocks composite average

Ott M at 174.77. .V.

Of a total 1,137 issues trsded,

503 were lower, 367 higher, 267 un

changed with 49 new lows ana 38

newhigns .- ,r ,, t

QUEEN' OF FLOWIRS Miw Fsblola Valatquai ralgne4 a 'Quaeii ef
the Flower" at the rfance fallowing the Newer Show held at the Arts
and Science Building Friday. '', .

Yca'vo Proved II,

h Tells

Vill:33 In M:xico

Prod To Co l!:r,:d
After Czech Town

-ran jF.nnNTMrt LIDICE. Mexi

co, June 6 (UP) Residents of this
suburban village are p r o u d to
h it failed after the Cxeeh vil

lage razed by the Naiis in lMl

but most of them continue to cau u

merely "San Jeronlmo."

' The- villa fe of 2.000 inhabitants

ahmit ,10 miles from the center

of Mexico City, otf the roaa- to

Cuernavaca. It is located in the val valley
ley valley of Mexico and is included

The villa cers. who raise fruits

and flowers, are also proud of their

nine-room prim airy school, attend

ed bv some 420 pupils .under 10

teachers, 1

The name changing ceremony

took place In the yard of the

school, wmcn naa oniy six rwm
at the time; It was attended by of

ficials of the Czech Legation, mu municipal
nicipal municipal authorities, and members

of the now-aetunct jaexicsn-uzeuii
Association. A commemo r a ti v e
plaque in front of the ll

reads:-

"in memorv nf Lidice, martyr

town destroyed by the. Nazis. Lidi Lidice
ce Lidice rises again in Czechoslovakia,

Mexico ano vno wnoe wprio,
The wartime Czech minister, at
the time on a visit to San Jerno Jerno-nimo,
nimo, Jerno-nimo, found that the town remind reminded
ed reminded him very much of the Czech
village. He then contacted munici municipal
pal municipal authorities and it was agreed
that the town be renamed San Je Jeronlmo
ronlmo Jeronlmo Lidice.
' At the1 time of the ceremony, the
Czech minister made a gift to the
school which aided its .expansion
to nine rooms. v

-

Letters Moan So Much ; C.

..... i ..
AM" '' si g?l. '.

More wnen i ou
. rinnt?c criiiKimTc J

,' ; s.1 wkUJi. ji s iMwij v

ill US FQK V'?v jf n

SS2SA OiMefAS Ativ nun j j

KODAK PANAMA, Ltd.
rr .,-PANAMA,''", ? COLOK"

err v i

my

4kV 1 1

A

trated with colored sUdes. v.

Rabbi Witkut is a graduate b of

Theological seminaries in bath

New York and Jerusalem. He has

been In the Canal Zone for twen

ty years and is at present Direc

tor of the saipoa j.w.jj. u.a.u.

and Auxiliary chaplain in botn the

U.S. Army andCaribbean A t r

Command.'; v-

There is' no charge for these

lectures which are open to the

pubuc... j r j t: .:

BOSTOK. June! (trP) -U De

fense secretary. Charles E. Wil Wilson's'
son's' Wilson's' friends .a,ppftresntly keep
telling him he is. hunt pollti
Hon

; The defense chief, ,Vho has
knack for stirring up controver

sies with pithy jremarKs, wm

OOP v dinner hqw.
friend recently .were, discussing
Wilson's lack Of. pollticalknow pollticalknow-how.
how. pollticalknow-how. Wilson conceded that he Is
no politician. '

""yes, cn&rue, we
stand" that,'' the friend plied.

"TJnt- urhftt Wft. DOu t unaersianvi

is why you think. Jwwt have to

keep proving It again o agam,
Youngest London
Quadruplet: Dies ;v
Others Doing Fine'
inymcnt. iunn (UPV Car

ol, fourth-bora of the Phil quad quad-rupletspdied
rupletspdied quad-rupletspdied yesterday in Queen
Charlotte Hospital. ; ;
Ti Carol was, the largest of the
four girl born Monday to Mrs.
Cecilia Philp, tt, -wife of a Lon

don bookmaker. She weighed 4

pounds 3 ounces. Doctors had re reported
ported reported earlier that she was not
responding if) treatment. ,
The mother and the three
ether girls were reported in sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory condition, !i; -.

Wedding Rash Seen
COLUMBUS, Ohio. June 9 (UP)
-Franklin County probate Judge
Roscoe R. Walcutt must be ex expecting
pecting expecting a rash of June brides. He
ordered the marriage license bu bureau
reau bureau to remain open evenings
two. days., week.,;-. .t:TV'f;'rV;t

purr ...

BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES
wUl start June Sth 9 a.m. for BEGINNERS
at Balboa Y.M.C.A.
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Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT 'f

v l liril T ti ,,

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet

- i AMERICAN LEAGUE
GB Teams w L Pet,

Cincinnati
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
, Milwaukee t
St. Louis v.
New York
; Pittsburgh

tumcago

2

4ft

3

.. .29 16 .644
, V 26 17 .606
:.. 26 18 .591
.... 25 18 .581
. 21 21 .500

, V19 27 .413 10Va

, 15 29 .341 13
i 13 28 .317 .14

TODAY'S GAMES' J"H

i Milwaukee at rjlew York
J, St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Bro9kly (N)
' YESTEftDAVS RESULTS
; .Milwaukee' 403 100 0109 9 1
New York 310 300 010 8 13 0

Chicago ... 30 12

New York . 26 1
Cleveland . 23 20
Boston ..... 23 23
Detroit ... 23 23
Kansas City ., 20 25
Baltimore . 18 26

Washington

GB

.714 -.591
5

.535

.500 9
.500 9

.444 lltf

.409 13

16 32 -333 17

Pizarro, -Johnson (3-1). Phil

lips and CrandalL :
Burnside, Ridzlk (0-2), Gris Gris-som,
som, Gris-som, Davis, Miller and Thomas,
Katt.

(Nlghf Game)
Cincinnati 100 000 001 02 4

-dPhlla. 001 001 000 002

2

1

J Jeficoat, Hacker, Klippstein (2 (2-J4):,
J4):, (2-J4):, and. Bailey.
5 Simmons, Farrell,,: (3-2) and
Lopata. r
,.' (Night Game)
Chicago" OOOOOOOOOt-O 5 1
' Brooklyn 000.001 03x-4.U .' II
""Kaiser (1-3), Llttlefield, El-!

' Btfla, Lown and Neeman. ; ;
Drysdale (5-2) and Campanel Campanel-Ja.
Ja. Campanel-Ja. j A ' (Night Game)
&Lotilfl ; 400 000 0105 9 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 1001 5 1
McDaniel (5-2) and H. Smith.

.Friend .. (3-6). Arroyo and

Foiles, Rand.
1 v

- .-TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
New Yorkat Cleveland
Baltimore at Kansas City

' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Boston .101 000 000 2 8
Chicago 1 100 020 12x 6 11

Brewer (6-5), Chakales and
White. -
Donovan (5-1) atd Lollar.
Washv-tlOO 000 001 00-2 9 0
Detroit ; 0p0 001 010 JW 11 1

J KemnlererPcual.M-S) and

Courtney.- ,- r
14, Foytatl;(6)tnd House.
(Night Game)
New York 000 471 010-13 16 1
Cleveland 100 010 100 3 7 1
Shanta 6-l) and Berra, How-

BTdL'v.;-..-.-.' ..y.: :.: r .
v-Wynn.; (66) Aguirref McLlsh
and Hean.
(Night Game) i
Baltimore 100 000 1002 6 0

Kansas City 110 100 OOx 3 8
Moore iZrti and iawios.

Portocarrero (2-1), Morgan

and Smith.

depello Cops
psom Derby;

Ballymoss 2nd

Gil Turner Decisions Bahama

Hospital With Injury

Enters

. vnww v mm. r rrr r-r m -r-nry "-r

COACH OF YEAR

J East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Charles Schmitter of Michigan
State was named fencing coach
of the year for 1957. by members
of the National Fencing Coaches
Association.,

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RANSISTHMIAN HICHWAY

; EPSOW, England June iVT)

Favored Crepello beat American-1

owned hauymoss yesterday by a

length and a half to -win the' Eng-

usn uerDy at oaas oi 6 to 4,
" t r 1

'; Ballymoss, 33 to T shot ewntcf

by John MacShain'iof Philadal-

phli, took socond placo by

length and-a-half ovor Pip f

' Ptict, a 100 to I Shot owned hy

ravros Niarenot of erooco.

Crenello5. owned W' Sii Victor

Sassoon, already won the first leg!

oi Mgiana s "triple crown" of the

tun on Moy l when, he captured I
the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket.

He went to the post yesterday as
one of the hottest favorites in the

uemy in the last 10 years. 7-7

; The Derby holds world ; .wide

interest annually because holders

oi certain Irish sweeDstake tie.

Kets win small fortunes on it.

- trepello's victory in the 178th

running of tfte mile-and-a-half clas

sic 'dispeUed any lost ; lingering

uuuum loai ne 1BCKM1 tnn stamina

for long distance racing," t
The result provided a ; "dpuble'
for both the winning owner and

jocitey. jfinza scored for Sir Vic

tor Sasoon in 1953, while jockev

tester Piggott was, aboard Nev

er oay uie.Twno, won the race in
1954- for his American

ie nooert sterling Clark.
J,e WM tm-,n flny;, but
cnllly. blustery weather. ani

watched by an estimated rrnluVffl CRISTOBAL

200.000 headed by Queen, Elizabeth V i'l ,: ;
Queen Mother Eli7& fSSH ?ti?teia J" i Hay outpointed

ess of Glowester- Prince PhiliDlhlm''el1 the;bpst hotgunne ottl

uiuiig me aDsentees as heJ 7 "v:- m
was attending a weddine in, Cer.l two-day Canal Zone State Shoot
mono mlu" tv.. ru.fAkol 1n. r-lnVi

' on June 1 and 2.

It was a big disappointment for J Hay was .closely, and hoUyJ

ine yueen, who has yet to win one pursued by "Windy" Sellers. MCa-

m Britain's classic horse races, lie Janson. and R. C. Casanova,

tier entry, Doutelle, never was but the phenomenally accurate

prominent in the race, and hopes captain topped every event and
?L.,T(!uteUe w.ouJd improve on won all the A.T.A. trophies, gra-

row -." ?. pi,c,n 10 the ciously leaving the locaUy pro
1953 event awMvL tariA m hi.. aii

070 nounH."? of button among, other" deserving
LPun -ISfcL the though less deadly shooters. He

vva4 JlS,eU IftOUnda hrnlre.a terrific 10H f 200 tar-

J

PLAY PEN -kliss Busher' chestnut fflly foal cuts up with 1 1
her dam at Maine Chanca Farm, hard by Lexington in the j
Blue Grass, The youngster i by Derby winner, Jet Pilot.1 f

Gun L Club Notes

winner

(W2.276).

Majorat

Leaders

gets from 18 yards, 94 of 100
from his 23 yard handicap sta station,
tion, station, and 8a from 50 pairs of

doubles thrown, aggregating 'S80
ex 400 for over-all high gunl

Smiling nature granted '.near

perfect shooting weather,, only a
few showers mopSehtarfly toter-j

ruDtine ; the proceedings, ana

- LEADIltG BATJEES'

(Based on 100 Official' feat,)

NATIONAL LEAGDkV

Bl.-. ..... V

wjcr ana ciuh k ma

Musial, St Louis 42 173 25 82 is5

run, 43 173 18 60 .347
Cimoll. B'klyn -34 i ?i So l!j

Robinson, Clncl. 43 183 38 83 Jul

SSf 13730 46 J36
Aaron, MIL 44 189 37 63 J33

AMERICAN LEAGUE W
WUlIams. Bos. 41 142 28 57 r.401
Mantle, N.Y. 44 149 38 94 .362
Fox. Chicago 43 ii sn ro

S'troit 36 121 11 39 422
WertzJ Cleve. 42 145 25 46 317
pemaestrl. K.C. 44 129 17 40 ,310
Mauch. Boston 34 13 17 A mo

Simpson, K.C. 4014019 4 307
Power, K.C. 35 124 15 38 '.308

targets behaved ;, with a good

sepse of i the seriousness

business at hand. .

Maury Holmes "Won' the covef covef-ed
ed covef-ed ; second i spot In -the handicap
list by breaking 24 in "a. shooU
oft. with .."Calle" Sanson,,. Bill
Brandl and "CallecitQ';, Sanson,
15-year-old Junior expert, all

having tied t 92. x v

- R. C. Casanova burned in a

.''tirs-t on,, doubles,- his .4a ex ,50
being the- nearest to a perfect
round of doubles ever tired on a

Zone field, and his : total,: 86,
ranking next to Hay's top score.
Third place in : this toughest
event was shared by "Calle"

Janson and Tom Sellers, at 85.
Paul Cisharoon. Sr.. vetjeran

and venerated, chamolon oil for

mer years, showed 1 himself i still

a dangerous contenaer. ms over

all score vof 362 standing strong

in, 5th nlace. Disharoon. Jr.: ttu

ly a chip off the old block,, end

ed at 361. i

The full record Is tabulated in

order of over-all standings ex

cent for those : who did not

to shoot uie enure

MIAMI BEACH, June; 6 (UP)
Gil Turner's unrelenting fists

won him an upset split decision
over Blmlnl's Yams. Bahama In

a 10-round fight last night, put
his manager ordered him to

hospital with a painful head in

Jury which doctors said wag not

serious.

Turner, 26-year-old Phlladel-

phian, suffered a torn vein un

der the skin of his forehead and

t

Error, Bad Bounce-Pave i

Way For Cincinnati Win:;

; ; , By MILTON RICHMAN

NEW YORK, June 6 (UP)' Birdie Teobetts
ukes to kill'em with kindness, so first he says the
Phillies can "go all the way" and then his Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati Redlegs promptly go out and beat Philadelphia to

move iwo games anead again in the frantic Vational

jjcaguc pcniiain race. .;.,-

terlng through, the defensive

maneuvers of the swarthy Ba

hamian before 2,068 fans at the
Miami Beach Auditorium. The
bout was nationally televised.

Turner, was taken to Mt. Sinai

Hospital to spend the night vn

der observation at the request of

his manager, George Katz. The!
hospital said at midnight most

of the swelling In Turner's fore

head had gone down and he was

feeling fine."' Dr. Samuel Ka

plan said he did not believe the

injury; was !serious.;;:vi;5,:y.:i: Y1

I believe one of the veins In

side the skin is .broken, causing

blood clot. But it's not inside

the skull,' satd Kaplan.

That's the way It happened

last mgnt,

Extra Innings-

Cincinnati

Temple 2b

Grammas

POSt It 4,..,,t

ACKer p.,,

Thurmah

Klippstein p t.... 0
BeU cf i 5
Robinson If, lb 4

Crowe lb ..,.. 4
d-Henrich It a.ii 0'
gLynch If 1
Bailey e .;. ,..;, 3
Hoak 3b .......... 4
McMillan ss-r.....4
Jeffcoat pi 2

b-Schult V
c-Whlsenant . i 1

2b ,3

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Totals

38

Vphaaelphta;;

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C. janson," Sr. .'
R. CLCasanpvSi .1. ..
P. M.'Disharpon, sr:
P;' M. Disharoon, jr.
L Holmes, Sr.
B. cunninghBjm .'.
W; E. Jones
L.'R. Loga
N. P. Keller
W.. M. Brandl

13. H. H. Shacklett..r

14. ., r.v Chollar ..... &

IL.T.Lelsy .,
J. iA Stewart

G.' Hardlson

2,

5.
8.'

is
10.
ii.

12.

J. C. Lastlnger

C. janson, jr.

Lee Carf
J. Kueter
D" Parker ,.,rt.....
M. Holmes, Jr.
Art Sutton

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. J192
;i89
W9
191
, 197
. .189
190
,182'
178
,171
'165
187
'-176
168
161

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Over-all
, 380
. 368 v
. 366
. 365 1

362 -36f
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359.;
357
348
342
341" V
338
321
313
296 r,

Handicap Doubles
. (100) (50 pairs)
94 88 y
. 91. 85
92 85
90 86
89 82
88 '76..
92 178
.91 78
'.jM 74
90 75
79 83 ;
92 68
81 69
78 70
84 45.
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Repulski rf ,lf 5
Bouchee lb r ".. 5
Jones 3b i.trlt-i'...- 3

Anderson If

Lopata o v i f
Fernandez ss .V.
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Simmons p ',

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TYiandn. 5t?m it J74 23 55 -305 wearT df ring the Isthmian .Trapshooting, Association meeting

which followed uie coniesv. miuiusiasuc memoers re-ciccica
Cant. Hav as president for the ensuing year, Janson as. vice-

president and Maury Holmes as secretary-treasurer.

Trlandos, Baia; 33 128 14 39 405

HOME RUNS v-4
NATIONAL LEAGUE

.
10
18'
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Aaron, Braves
Moon, cards
Snider, Dodger. g,
MusiaL Cards
Mays, Giants
' AMERICAN LEA CUE

; Winiama, Red Scat 13
ManUe .Yanks ih,..,,, 13
Zernlai, Athletic toM- n
8levers, Sena tors 10
Sklas, AthleUcs ;....- I
'. SCNS BATTED El
. NATIONAL LEAGUst
Aaron, Braves v,.,..., 38
MusiaL Cards 37
Hoak Redlegs ..,...,., 34
PuriUo, Dodgers ... S3

Kooinson. Kecuegs .... 32

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Mino80, white Sox ,.30

Wertt, Incuaas 29
LoUar. White Sox 28
Mantle,. Tanks ..,...,. 28-'
Skowron. Yanks ........ 28'

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(Based m S Dectsienc)
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Acker.' Redlegs 6 I
Sanford. pruls ..,. 8.1.
Shanti. Yanks ..... 6 1
Donovan. W. S. .... 5 1

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
last of 12 articles written for
NEA Service and The Panama

American by Ed Dudley, profes

sional of the Augusta nauonai,
who include President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower among his famous, pupils.
By ED DUDLiY'
FIND out how well you hav to

play t enjoy golf : '
j I doat believe it follows that
: tie. lower the score the more fun
lyou have. What you understand
'about the game at the stage you
lr in gives you the. full benefit benefit-I
I benefit-I There is too much confusion in
tb. average phtyer's mind, as to
what he's really trying to attain.
'Are you a once a-monta .or a
nc'- a-week golfer? Do you play
every day? Are you a fair, good
tr great golfer? You know the

answer. ,.

Studv the same in the manner

beat suiting your category. You Devote all the time you can to

cant play like a Bobby Jones, a practicing the method of play tTiat
Pet. Sam Snead or a Ben Hogin, so suits you best 'using the fund fund-857
857 fund-857 n-hy try to master a technique mentals discused in these articles
W7 fyg which you are. totally onequip- to accomplish your end..
857 pe$? - This is not a comprom"?e.''Yfu
-833 Develcm vonr owa outtir.e will set more out of o!f in th s

a possible concussion while bit-?01 ? am' Tebbetts,

uii masoci paycxuiwgish, praisea
the Phillies to the skies, point pointing
ing pointing put they might even-win It

an, especially now ; that they

have a smoothie such as Chico

Fernandej at shortstops So what

happens?r,;4A.i:;fi7..s v,
'.'.V Fernandez, who has been
1 playing brilliantly ; for the
, Phils, commits an llth-inning -error
that helps the Redlegs to
a 4-2 victory and a two-game
' lead in the race again.

. Qua Bell started the llth by
being safe on Fernandez bobble.
With one out i pinch- hitte? Jerry
Lynch lined an apparent single
to center field but the ball took
a bad hop past Richie- Ashburn

for three bases;- scoring BeU. Roy
McMillan- singled home th sec
ond run of the Inning off loser

Dick Farrell and reliever John Johnny
ny Johnny Klippstein was credited with
the triumph,
ul beat 'em with my bench,w

Tebbetts said "I

Maybe so, but that bit- of psy
choloev didn't hurt, either

Brooklyn ; took over : second
place by beating Chicago,' 4-0, at

jersey, uty: St. lows aeieaiea

Pittsburgh. 5-1,' and Milwaukee

nipped .thtf NeW, Yorkk Giants,

8r& ;.:;.i::'H''f
The Chicago White Sox main.

talned their five-game -lead In

the American Leaeue with a 6

decision ovef the Boston Red

Sox; the New York Yankees

crushed the Cleveland inaians,

13-3: Detroit licked Washington,

3-2, In 11, innings, and Kansas

City defeated Baltimore,, 3-2.

Don Drysdale, the ; Dodgers'

20-year-old slde-armerv set the

Cubs down on five hits in pitch

ing his first major league snui snui-out.
out. snui-out. Don Kaiser blanked the

Dodgers until the sixth whenj

they nut together a waix, uuse

snider" sinKie s ana a saennce

fly for ; one run; and .Brooklyn

added three more runs in tne
eighth with the help of gnlder's

triple. .i'wirA.-'t?.-

- The Cardinals hopped on n n-rate
rate n-rate starter Bob Friend for
four runs in the first Inning,
Del Ennls driving In 'two of
them with a tases-loaded sin single,
gle, single, and Wally Moon produced
St Louis' final run In the sev seventh
enth seventh with his 11th homer off,
relief pitcher Luis Arroyo. Lin Lin-dy
dy Lin-dy .McDaniel snapped h Pitts Pitts-burgh's
burgh's Pitts-burgh's v four-game :' winning
streak by. giving up only, five
hits while striking ont eight, t
Nine home runs were hit in the

Braves' victory over, the Giants,

inchidlna- a three-run homer By

reliever Ernie Johnson, who was

credited with the victory,, joe

Adcock and Bobby Thomson also

homered for MUwaukee wnue

Red Schoendienst and Hank
Sauer each hit two homers for

th- ntftnU and Willie Mays ana

Whltey Lockman one apiece, -ine

Braves' winning run m n
eiehth. however, resulted on a

triple y rookie Bob Malkums

and catcher Ray.. js.a.pw

bau. V' ;
nirk "Donovan pitched

White Sox to ,their seventh vie

Totals

40

2 733 14

a Fouled out for Temple In

3rd.' '.' t-
7 b Singled for Jeff coat
Still if ,v v 'Hit-it

: c Ran for Schuit in 8tn.-
d Ran for Crowe in 9th.

z Steuck. : out for .Acker In

10th. r.vi-i'yki. ,t-..-if.-

f Filed out for Simmons

loth.'-. '-:.

a- TriDled for Henries m inn.

h Struck out for Fernandes In

lith, ; v.i'"

Cincinnati.
Philadelphia

100 000 001 024
001 001 000 002

Errors Fernandea 2,' Repulski.
RBI: Bell, Crowe, Lynch, McMil McMillan,
lan, McMillan, Repulski, Bouchee.' Doubles:
Post. Hamner. Triple : Lynch.

HR: Bouchee. 'Sacrifice: Gram
mas. Ballev. Doubleplays: Jones

Hamner-Bouchee; Fernandes-

Hamner-Bouchee. Left on base:

Philadelnhla 9. Cincinnati T.

Bases on balls: Simmon 3, Far.
rell 1 Jeff coat. 2, Klippstein 2

a rv Simmons 2. jencoat 3, Acs,-

er 2, KMppstein 2. Hits off: Sim Simmons
mons Simmons 7-10, Farrell 2-1, .Jeffcpat

t. Acker 1-2, Kuppsiem i-

Puna and earned runs r tammona

1. FarreU 2-2, jeiicos

holding the Red So to eight
hits. The. White Sox went ahead
to stay with two runs in th
fifth,-. Billy Klaus' ; error allow
int one of the run to score and
Tom Brewer forcing In the other
run when he walked Jim Landis

with the bases full. ..

Qll McDougald was lh biz

gun In the Yankees triumph over
the Indians as he drove In five

runs. with, a pair, of homers and

a single. Mickey Mantle and Rill

Skowron also homered In th
Yankees' 16-hlt attackk on start
er Early Wynn and three subse subsequent
quent subsequent relievers.-: Bobby ShanU
went all the way for his sixth

victory although nicked for
homers by Jim Hegan and Chi Chico
co Chico Carrasquel. J -
The victory proved costly for
the Yankees when catcher Yo Yogi
gi Yogi Berr suffered an apparent
fractured nose during the sec second
ond second inning. A foul, tip off Jhe
bat of Larry Raines struck the
bar of his mask and the im impact
pact impact of the ball smashed th
bar of the mask against Ber-

: ra s nose. s--'&.-?.'i'
Al Kaline'adbuble foUowed by
Bill Tuttle's single gave the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers their extra-inning win over
the Senators. Charley Maxwell
homered in the .eighth to, give
Detroit starter Frank Lary a 2-1
lead but Washington: tied th

score in the ninth. Paul Foytack,

was the winner and camuo pas pas-cual
cual pas-cual the loser, Eddie Yost hom homered
ered homered for Washington. -i-t.x
' Home runs by Gus Zernlai and

Lou Sklzas provided the punch
for Arnie Portocarrero to beat

the. orioles, although Tom Mor

gan naa w oe summonea rrom.
the Kansas City bullpen in the the-eighth,
eighth, the-eighth, Sklzas' homer in the 4th

proyedi the deciding wallop off

loser Jlay Moore., HDD.. Niemati

homered for Baltimore.

Achile Pclil Wins

ir

WP ; Kuppsteia i x-;

rell J3-2).

2-2.

LP: Far-

" ty BEANS HIARDON
Writtm for NEA Srvic
QUESTION: The' batter Knes

bit between outfielder, in run runner
ner runner from first base goes around

third and trie for hom. T
throw has him beaten, but the
catcher drops tb balL The batter

moves to third base, is d given

a triple? George Manone.

Amwtr: No, lve wm cioit
nry for doubU. ' -o
with two strikes on a batter.

he foul tips a pitch. It slams into

the catcher a chest protector, mm
bounces no. The catcher grabs it

Is the batter out? Bob Larkins.

A. N, ful tip an f
caught H H lcdM ke tha eateh eateh-rs
rs eateh-rs auipmant r rabewndt aft.
f atrtkint U.
- Q. With three dsEs and two

strikes, the batter steps out of the
box. The umpire tells him to

step in. He refuses. The umpire
orders the pitcher to deliver. He

does, but fire wildly pan me

catcher. Cin the batter go

trst? Piul Heins.

Tennis Championship

Achile Petit, Panamanian attend

ing Huston Tillotson College at

Austin, Texas,' wound up this sea season
son season as the southwest, "southcentral
and midwest Inter collegiate sin

gles champion.

Playing at Tussegee u., aisdb-

ma, Peut met ana easily oeieaxect
Charley (Wilhams from Florida

State U. 6-2, 6-2.- Williams has a
flat first serve that travels about

is a twist that shapes the bail like

an egg with a lot or spins. Again
disnlavine his ability. Petit Po

lished off Claude Wilson from Chi.
cago, attending Florida A sod M.
University. 6-4; 5-7. 6-2 to win the

southcentral and midwest tht m-
pionship. v k : w ;
He is scheduled 4t 'represent
thea districts, colleset and uni

thiversities at the annual Collegiate

Nationals at Wilberforce Universi-
ty, In Ohio, in August this year.
He was also awarded the "Lon
nle Bell Award" ta large trophy)

thej as the most outstanding athlete of

the year -on the campus at Huston-

tory In the last eight games by Tillotson. -.

Pitcher

Glenn Cox Parlaying

Home Runs; Complete Games

For Fourth Trial At

NEW YORK.1 June I (UP)

Glenn (Jingles) Cox,. a beeiy.

eight year International t-eague

pitching veteran wno uuuwu w
br,. trials, is parlaying

home runs and complete games to
make sure he's granted a fourtn.
The six-foot, one-inch, 203-pound
Buffalo Bisons right-hander staged
another one man-exhibition last

night as he pitched and siuggeo
the Bisons to a 24 victory over
the Miami Marlins which nudged
Buffalo within 1-2 -game of third
place Toronto.
v. '-."'I

Cox, who admitted at the start
of the season, "It's now or never
for me to make tb majors, iix iix-hitted
hitted iix-hitted Miami and slugged his fifth
homer, a came winning blow, to

receive credit for his fifth win in

six decisions. The Bison bulwark
was yielded hist two runs in his

last three starts, all complete win

ning performances and his bat nas
accounted for fiv times th run

production of the opposition.
The big game of the cicht be between
tween between league leading Richmond
an runner-op Toronto Was rained
out. A seventh inning homer by
Gary Geieer five Rochester a 4-3

to triumph over Havani and the
j Montreal Rcvs'c tr Trl Co! v".

Majors
. . T-

The linescores and standings:

Teams-
Richmond
Toronto
Buffalo

Miami . V
Rochester ,.

Havana .

Columbus 0

Montreal .

W L Prt.GB
SI 16 .660
26 IS 81 IVt
25 It Jbi 4
23 23 -.500 7Vi
23 2 .469
21 26 .447 10
20 28- .41T11H
IS 30 -346 14 Vi

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Buffalo 000 000 1102 5 0

Miami 100 000 0001 8 0

Cox and Noble; Qualters.

I Paige (9) and Bucha. LP; Qual Qual-ten.
ten. Qual-ten. B&1: Cox, Eastern ;

Montreal C20 001410 8 12 I
Columbus, 000 104 0027 9 1
Collum, Crtstante e, Vargas
(7) and Roseboro; Klldoo, Bnrts Bnrts-chy
chy Bnrts-chy (7) and Kravlts. VP: crts crtstante.
tante. crtstante. LP: JCldoa
Rochester "000 012 loi-4 13 2
Havana 200 000 I0x S 6 2
Mackinson, Wright C7) ar;i
Oreen; Scentlebury, Lsne T)
and IrQtrlerdo. Garcia (7). V'T:
Mackirjx. LP; Scactlftury. 2'
Burgs, E'r.

f Pier4 White Ete ... 9 2 -411 stroke Uiroush triti and error, -way

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Gay Brewer Tops U.S. Open ;
QiiaUfiers IBut Sairi; Snead:

NEW YORK. June (UP) --Na

tional (coring honors .went tto Gay

Brewer of Cincinnati dm tne nap
piest of 142 qualifiers-: for. the U.S.
UDea chamoionshiD .today was 45

year-old Samuel Jackson Snead

of White Sulphur Springs. W. Va

'A couple of hours before Brewer
.posted a spectacular. 67-66-133 at

Uncinnau,' sneaa iook we i iirsi

steD In Jus ions crusaae -10 win

' the elusive Open crown Monday

wnen ha tied Uick Mayer of St,

- Petersburg. Fla.. for the lead in

the tougneat of U trials across the
- nation -with 69-72-141 t, at -: White
Plains, N.Y tovr he can breathe
' easily until the Open begins to un

wind at xoieao s Inverness .-, uuo

on June 13.; v,

"sou got to get in before you
. can thinit about winning," said
bueau, who uas been runner up
, three times and tied- for second

- ouce in tne oniy major 1 tourna

ineut he never has won.

,'ine 142 wno qualmed Monday

Joined ,1V exempt players headed

ut ueieuding : caampiun Cary Aim

uiecoti, JPGa cnamu Jockie. Burke

aim jmtisu upen ctiampion reter

'inomsoa in tne starting field at
lnverues along with Hawaiian
' Ted Makaiena, woo qualified at

Honolulu on May 27.
n.ison Qualify

Byron Nelson, 1939 Open cbam

pio, pics-ea up auer one round
at iaoas, 'rex., and Don January

a iso tailed mere, jay Heoert of

bauforo, 'la., misea at White

: hums. Bob Kosburg ot Sao Itafr
cisco and the veteran Lawson Lit-

tie i9o wutner taaea at San uran

cocot Mary f orgo of Uuca, N.

1 ana raul tiarney ot'Boiton,
Mas., missed at Cleveland .while

At MStieunK ot Groeinger, M.Y

and Skee Kiegel of Viilaoova, Fan

were casuatuec at rtuiadelptiia.

At White Plains, Gene Littler of
Paim springy caul., oareiy maae

it at lw without beuig forced into
a piayotf when amateur Klliet

Simpson of Bronxville, N.Y., who

naa i, witnorw. oow tinster tinster-wakl
wakl tinster-wakl of TeqvesU, Fla slipped in

ay winning a uve-way piayotf for

ue utn puce at Cincinnati.

Gerry fceseirmg of loronto.
One, with 64-70-134 at Buffalo and

Pat Schwab of Dayton, 65-69-134

Giants' Pitcher
Davis Has Only
To Yell 'Uncl2

NIW YORK, Jun. i (UP)
Jim Davis, nwfy-cquirH N.w
Yk Giant pitcher, rww has
ly t ytt "wncl." H h nds
htip.
Marv CritMm, 3V yr M
s'ttnt rif specialist, is tH. 11 11-yr
yr 11-yr td Davit' vncl.
Davis, a left handed knwckk knwckk-fciller,
fciller, knwckk-fciller, was acquired frem tK. St.
Lou I Cardinal today fer a awm awm-ttimd
ttimd awm-ttimd bfwen JlS.Ctf and
S"? r5. Ta mtkt rom far him,
C -' e- e-d i? M-dr
J A' i r t i ta f' r rn-.
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' m' "iff. ,'

rat Cincinnati.' were Brewer's clos

i . .

est pursuers for the nauon-wiae

lead. f r

George Fazio' of Clementon; .N.
J., led the Philadelphia section
with 67-69436.? Don Fairfield of

Casey, 111.; led the tough trial at

Cleveland with 69-67-136.-

. Wersham Makes It
Lew Worsham of Oakmont. Pa

winner, in 1947,- ledthe Pittsburgh

section with 138, and Bob. Prall of

Eugene.. Ore with 72-66-138 j at

Portland, led o;the amateurs na

Uonally. ...;'..:.

Following Snead and Mayer

safely into the starting field by

qualifying easily at White Plains

were .Jimmy Demaret. Mike Fet-

chict Gene Sarazen. Fred Haw

kins, Tommy Bolt and Mike Sou-

Shelley Mayfield and Vic Ghez

zi qualified at another New York

site. Ed Porky- Oliver made it at

Marlon, Mass., while Frank Stran-

aban, Walter Burkemo and Chick

Herbert ran one-two-three among

iz quauuers at Detroit. Roberto de

vicenzo of Mexico City finally qua

lifted by leading the Dallaj section

Wlth.142.

Gardner Dickinson, George Bay

er, Lloyd Mangrum 1946 winner

and Bo Winlnger made it at Cleve

land.

And Sam Park Jr.. who won at

Oakmont. Pa., in 1935. failed to

qualify at Pittsburgh. ... r .

'Somebody's Going

To Got Knocked Oaf

NEW YORK (UP) -"Some

body s sure com' to'tet knocked

out this time," young Floyd Pat

terson said today as he resumed

training for his heavyweight title
defense against Tommy (Hurri

cane) Jackson at the Polo Grounds

July 29.

And the wink thst accompanied

his statement beded evil for chal

lenger Tommy, who had lost a
split 12-round decision" to Patter Patterson
son Patterson last June, before Floyd' be became
came became champion.
Twenty-two-year old Floyd re

turned to his camp at Greenwood
Lake, N.Y., today as Emil Lence's
new promotional organization es

tablished temporary quarters on

est 53rd St and swung into ac

tion. ,

Promoter Lence gave the green

light to his outfit Monday by an announcing
nouncing announcing the July 28 date, and the

durance of ti75,000 from the

NBC network and General Motors,
the sponsor. In addition be pre predicted
dicted predicted a gross gate of at 1 e a s t

JSno.OOO. r
The champion will get 40 per
rent of all Bet receipts; Jackson,
20 per cent
The Patterson-Jackson ht will
be televised and broadcast nation

ally to bomes although thre will
be a TV blackmrt on a loo mile

radius of the PoJo Grounds,
j Twenty-five-ye ar-ofd Jackson, a
;4 1 vv'.'"' e. resumed trsmirg to today
day today at f..:',r-,i's Gymnasium; hut
' r f ? :' to a cr ry

Dc3sn t Like
; ,. '. :- '. t
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Idea Of Being
'Kicked Out'
By FRANK EID6I JR j

MIAMI (UP) Boxmg'f James
D, iNoms is as pugnacious as a
hunerv heavyweight about the

ticrhr im' havim with the courts

ever control of the International

Boxing Club. -i .-.
Morris, a pug-nosed Irish -American
who is president of the 1BC,

told United Press It is Jiot the

lfiea of civine ud a lucrative bus!

ness which trouDles him so much.

lie said he might even "be willing
to walk away from it if I could

get things straightened out."

"dot I don ? ii k. rn. iaea er
anyon. kicking mt Ut," stress stressed
ed stressed the prsmoter, wh. admitted
the I BC. grossed mora ; than a
half-million dollar last year for
him and his partner,. A r t h u r
Wirtzct Chicago,-,
A federal court has found Mor

ris guilty of monopoly in the1 con conduct
duct conduct of title fights and now threat

ens to dissolve his boxing empire.:
Federal Judge Sylvester ityan
revealed in New York Monday he
has set June 24 as the date when
he will announce his decision on
what action shall be taken 1 to
break up the IBC." ... y i

Norris, talking easily tout- deci

sively at the i:00-acre Sprinehill

tarm ne u, minding here tor his
race horses, .said he would fight
all the way to the U. S. Supreme

Court if necesasry to reatain hu
control of boxing.
1 He said he regarded his job as

head of the IBC as "a challenge."

"They claim the, IBC has shut
out the small fight clubs." he

said in an informal interview.

"That's a laugh. We didn't hurt

the clubs. Television did. In fact,
I subsidize a few small fight clubs
as much as $800, a week to keep

them going as a place for the

fighters to get'stsrted,'

' rv. never had anyen. chal challenge
lenge challenge my integrity befere r- in

tiers, racing er any ef my ether
butinetcf. I've been a member
ef the Steckl Exchange far many
y.ars." ..- .
He said he was "sick" nf irhi.

clsm hurled his way,, by "profes "professional
sional "professional knockers" who have alwava

L"mad.e boxing the whipping 1 hoy

l.'CAA To 5es If

Rcvrding Virluj

b Going (o Psy Off ;
CHICAGO (UP) 1 Thft National

Collegiate Athletic Assn.' sat back

today to see if its oolicv of ra

ws ram g virtue was rgoing to pay

The NCAA's 10-man uolicv-cre

ating council, three members nf

wmco were absent, voted over the
week end to restore "full rights

ano pnvueffes" to Texas A and M

l: .f. a

woicn naa oeen pieced,, on one

year's probation and total inelisi

1 1 -

ouiiy in May, lase. t -The
NCAA said it waa reinitat

ing the. Aggies despite the fact it
had proof of at least one rule in

fraction made aven after last

Mays penalty. v
NCAA Executive Secretary Wat

ter Byers said the council decid

ed to return the Acmes to full

status because Texaa A amd M.

officials had made "a number of
corrective measures" since, the
NCAA first clamped a lid on the
school'! athletic program last
May. .

"The enunrtl ; mniA 4.v

lish the ider that it ia aa radv

i i ...

w icwaru oonesi llienpil to
clear no a situation a a it la

penalize wrongdoing," Byers ssid.
The group also voted at the

same meeting to place the Uni

versity oi umana on one year a
probation and to declare Montana

State College on probation and

ruuy ineugibie.
Omaha was penalized for uslna

two professional baseball players
1. , -.

vn ia iwiuiu team uesDiie re.

peated wcaa letters of warning

Montana State, located at Coze Coze-man,
man, Coze-man, had the book thrown at it
for playinz in the non-inrlinnH

Aluminum uowi last Icember.
In other action Saturdav. the

NCAA council decided to return

the University of Oklahoma. Mis

sissippi College and the Univrtt

ut juiuh w iuii ngniM. me uree
had been on- probation but were
due to come off this May, so the
council's action was more or less

routine.

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C:i::c!i:!l PrctCco
till In Cci:n Tcf.:i3
y HERBERT MOiSK

COLON Marloboro' Cigarettes

and Gallito will meet tonight; m a

B ox inn R rod uces Different
Breed of Tm These Days

By OSCAR F.RALEY

we Gymnasium' of the (tie changing character of the fight they were to meet with creampuffs
College, in Colon.lThe Mob .- t 20 paces but you couldn't hard-
eonsidered thetop Icon-I- f 'f J. if be blamed for absorbing -luch

he could have; seen the Alphonse

, i i ano uaston duck and wing put on
NEW YORK : June "5 (UP V-This bv these two eharmini eladiators.

pre season practice game in the it a tale of tabbies and tigers and The articles of war didn't say that

Claudia Lowe

Abel Bravo

teams are inn.iHerii

tenders xor, tne ranama. rrovinciai i mere waa uay m iuo juih.uui u uu cuw,: j ..

. .... i U La.. X1.a.. 1 I I ... 1 ...

League crown and snouia ireat pase wnen your uo hjihw iwivcu
Colon fans to an, accurate preview Ik what he was talked like what
of what will happen w h,e n t the he was and. acted like 'what he
league opena on-Saturday.AGameiwll-:in. or out oft-- rin He

' Last season.' the' Raymond K

staged' an early season .runaway, j0?'""". t fu

winning seven' ot-tneir Jirst eignt ; Remmber i i0me of them -and
games Then tha root caved-in and i TAM TAn
Gallito. without the services of you.gtt the idea. l Two-Ton Tony

Kam, just qualified foe the iihal Galento,' rough Rocky.', Graziano,

playoff. Here they i played -.tinderjraucous Max "Baer, snarling Tom

tneir veteran arvAuonso ,rra- my jr,w- or tha Irascible Lew

zer, jinismng ui(ro peniqa erveza JinvW -alboa
and Chesterfield. Tbii .Ches l-'

'.These' were realJy'.rtUers, from

the barrel who walked Ilka a man

and-could 4molder any bunt in

the .Woild," .right down .through

the rollicking' lists., Call ,'enj pugs
or mugs ,or almost anything1 you
choose but they' were fighting men
who walked as tall.is the fought.

terfield, team was: renamed for the

upcoming season and is now,cau

"This Colon club siaye'd close to

tfie top during the entire 1956. sea-

on ana went into the unais favor favorites
ites favorites to win, A few of their top play players
ers players failed In the clutch games

thus the second place finish. Com

ing from behind in the playoff
standings, Chesterfield forced the

series into an extra day by defeat

ing the current .champions, ;-Cer-veza
Balboa. k

Both these teams are owned by

sportsman Carlos Eleta who has
sone all out to regain the title his

Chesterfield relinquished last sea

son. Bay Kam's-Gallito team has
already received its uniforms and

will wear them for the first time

in Colon against Rodolfo Tom and

his Marlboro Reds'" ",

. Threwgh this medium Kam la
notifying his playera that ha
wants them ta bring their cm cm-plet.
plet. cm-plet. new uniferms "fer this
gam..
In their four pre season: games

hus fan Marlboro has k a p t ; a teams to- win..

..V

Which 'made 'if particularly in-

congrous Monday when Floyd Pat

terson and Tommy Jackson, two

"tigers' of a LslighUy.; different

stripe, signed to joust for the hea- sMendent.

vywetght title' at the Polo Grounds

oh July 29. 1

........

Galento would have gaj

"Im, not fioine to ssv, I'll beat

him," quoth Jackson; once known

as "Hurricane" before ha subsid

ed into a conversational zephyr.

i m not boastmg." ,

' Sartorially Jackson would have

drawn no more than a blank stare

from: Graziano. His duckbill hair

cut and tiny moustache were sen

sational, 1 topping off a gray suit.

yellow silk shirt, sedate black tie

and a gold tiebar as big as a 5hoS
hone nowshoe, ( ,, s 4
! HI. CanH.1 Mian l

' 1 j 1
-Floyd. 'noted for his gentle mien

and velvety voice, then turned his

attention ,to the impending hostu

"The' first time we boxed' it was

a hard, fight,!', he- said, smoothing

ms blue suit ano fixing the snowy
white handkerchief peeping with

equal modesty from -his breast

pocket. "It should be more diffi

cult this time for both of us,V

"TROPHIES

JewelUrc s

vyo accept special ordert at largo discounts '1

k"'

igged. If

Their tone werel elegsntly' re

strained' and. this bout, being pro

moted, by dress desisner, -Emil

Lence, both gentlemen were, re-

Emily Post', would ."have been

proud of them. ,,..' ,

clean' slats' while Gallito has lost

their two.- Once a rain, however.

many people close to the' game

are picking on of these- Elett One" thing sure, lt' a different

Ton'v dalento w o U 1 d h a v a

thought they both were a eounle

of ,"panty-waist bums I'd moider
ii da same night." : v

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Phon. 1-7251.
FOR RENTs w MooVn cliilet 1
with J bdroomfK dining room,.'
furnished r unf urniihed, octad
in Botinia.,011 3-5736.
FOR RENTr-SpMipui raiidonca,
2 (loon, ittidr. ttrraeo, te. Fur-
niihed or irtfurniehed. Ctmpm
Alegra, Via f tpi. Fhont 3
0983. 'i'- ' tt
FOR RENT: Modorn homo, 3;
droomtk. largo kitchen, living
room, dining room, or"
ida, hot, !. eold watar, maid'a
room, garaga. iirga yard, front
and back. Vl Porraa,1 house No
91 -A. For Information call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Jli.:!:'f'-i:ls;"'-'
FOR RENT:--Chalat Be1la( Yirta,
For information, phono Panama '.
8-3305 morning or after 7 p.m.
"FOR RENT: 3-bedroom chalet. .'I
recently conrtruettd, maid'a
room. 1 5th Street No. 13. Sin
Francisco. Phone 3-4396.
FOR RENT House, ground or ;
top floor, furnished or unfur-,
nished, occupancy end of June.l;
12fh Street Ne. 13,5 Sa Francis Francis-co.
co. Francis-co. Phone 3-4396. f
FOR RENTt Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bodroom duplex house.
Easy washing machine, Westing Westing-hoiise
hoiise Westing-hoiise Jryer; -Ouaranteod nr
cool, best location, Campo Ale-
. gre. Phone J-0J24".
Resorts
f Reserve NOW. ? lnxpenlv
t 1 atisffingl vacatlent Sa tvt
- Clara Beach. Shraprval'a fur fur-niihecl
niihecl fur-niihecl houMt. Phona Balboa;
1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, and Urge
' beach house. One mile pact, Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS -Oceansida Cottegee
Santa Clara. h Box 1890 Pana Pana-,
, Pana-, ma, R. da Pi Phono Panama
3-1877, CriatobaH-1673.
Baldwin'a fofnithed apart,
went t. Santa, Clara Beaelv,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3wly
-I 111 "" ''. ''.7
Moscow Announces
Rockets fb feather
Stratosphere Data
si- .- 1
LONDON, June 6 (UP) Moscow
Badio announced today that So Soviet
viet Soviet scientists, would lira 100
rockets into the stratosphere to
collect scientific data during the
International Geophysical Year
beginning July 1.
The Soviet broadcast heard here
iaid the rockets would be sent up
from bases in Siberia, Antarctica
and In Franz Josef Land of the
Arctic region. ; 'j
The broadcast also said that
Russia would fire its first artifi artificial
cial artificial earth satellite from a spot as
close to the equator as possible.
i LEGAL NOTICE
United states or- America
: Canal Zone
. t'nlted States District Court Far
. Tin District of The Canal Zone
-1 Cristobal Division
lit the Matter of the Adoption of
V Kicbard Mark Deal, a minor under the
as of 14 year, vs. Wilson Lee DeaL
ho. S13T Civil Citation,
j To: Wilson Lee Deal
; Yeu are hereby required to appear
efore the United State District court
tor the District of the Canal Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Cristobal, at the Courtroom
thereof. In Cristobal. Canal Zone on
. the 10th day of AuausL 1S5T, at S
o'clock in, the forenoon of that day.
. than and there to show cause, if any
you have, why Ceorce S. Bouse should
' not proceed with the hearlnf of hit pe petition
tition petition for the adoption of the above
named minor.
WHnea. the Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe. Judge. United State District

Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
, this 4th day of June. 1K7.
C. T. McCornlch. Jr.
Clerk of Court
fly DevM M. Jenkine
" j Deputy Clerk.
To: Wilaaai lee Deal
Tho Sareanlni citation is served up-

i en you by publication pursuant to the
toroer or the Honorable Guthrie
' Crowe, Judge. United State District
Court for the District of the Cartel Zone.
dated the Slot day of May. last, and
i entered and filed In fhla ecSVoa In the
t o fire of the Clerk of the -United State
I District Court DtvMoa of Cristobal, on
. 4J BVJ saw
a UtaT HI en ai-T( iw.-f
C. T. MHTmlck, Jr.
Wy DavM Pt. Jeaktae
Deputy Clerk.
, FOR RENT:
Airy, anoder J bedreora. t
aVathraajaa apartment," bal-l-eny.
raald's revn with
balls. bt water,, garage.
SlSBJt. Call 2-4J21, basiaesa
boara. -
SPARE PARTS
FOR OUTBOARD MOTORS
WEST BEND tvnd
ELC1M
Available at
RODELAG, S. A.
Art. Jn(e ArvwmeHS,
fan Grrerrs BW!f.

ATTENTION. 0, I.I Jus built;
modern furnishae apartments, I,
2 badroems, hpt, cold water.
Phone Panama J-,4941.

; FOR RENT) A three-bedroom
-apartment, with twa baths, liv
ins-dining room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, wathtubt,
'garage,' and hot water facilities.
i For further details call Panama
3-1292.' CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N S. A.
FOR .RENT: Modem apart apartments,
ments, apartments, "Edificio Deveaux," B
Street, El Cangrejo, next to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. See caretaker
. premises, Miguel Hive, Phone
3-4844.'
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unf urnishad apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENTi Modern one-bedroom
apartments, living room,
- dining room. '.Building recently
built, opposite "Colegio Javier,"
3rd Street, Perejil, $70. Inquire
8th Street No, 5-30.-Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. -H-,.
fOR RENT; I -bedroom apart apartment,'
ment,' apartment,' living room, fining room,
i furnished. Second Street, Carras Carras-quilla
quilla Carras-quilla NOi -35, S65 Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Modern and cool
furnished apartment, dishes, lin linen,
en, linen, pott and pant, hot water, ga garage.
rage. garage. Phone it-5356. i
FOR RENT: Fumihed modern
: apartment In Bella Vista, three
family bedroomt, two baths,
maid' room and bath, all con conveniences.,
veniences., conveniences., Call during business
hours, Panama 2-2159.
Radical Socialist
Allempls To Form
llev French Cabinel
,;' i'it Wait'
PARIS,' June 6 fUP) -U. Radi
cal Socialist Maurice Bourses-
Maunourx, defense rhlnlstar 1 in
ht toppiedgovernment of i Guy
MoneL fcgreeXioiJglitvttviy to
foifi I ewi c:blnet"i totisolve
France'Ndeepenln7 political- cri crisis.'"
sis.'" crisis.'" ; -'VX:. ;;- -A ir;'' '. :
President Rene Caty named
BouTf es-Maunourr as Premier Premier-desirnate
desirnate Premier-desirnate -after the ( preyious
H candidate, Catholic '. Popular
'Republican MRP' leader Pierre
Pfllmlln, formally abandoned
his efforts te organise a new
-aroTernmenL-"'
Pfllmlln had been tryine for
five clays and appeared on the
point of success. But he aban
doned his attempts when the key
Socialist Party steering commit
tee voted, 74 to 22, against back
ing the popular Republican lead
er. ..
Coty then swune the political
wheel full cycle and asked Mol Mol-let
let Mol-let himself to try to form a cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, Mollet, who was toppled
May 21 jn av National Assembly
conf lrJence vote, refused.
Coty finally turned to the Rad Radical
ical Radical Socialists.. He first asked
Rene Bllleres, outgoing education,
minister. Bllleres turned down
the job on the grounds he was
not the 'right member of the
Radical Party for the task.
Physfcisf Proposes
Sperm Stockpile
WASHINGTON. June 5 (UP)
Physicist Ralph E. Lapp proposed
today that the government consid
er setung up a "sperm bank
which could be used for human
reproductive purposes in event of
nuciear attack.
He told a congressional subcom
mittee on radiation the sperm
stockpile "is the kind of considera
tion rou inevitably come up
against" in thinking about the gen
etic effects of nuclear war.
Lapp estimated a 2,500-megaton
bomb attack eventually would
cause 18 million defective chil-i
dren, 120 million still births and!
140 embryonic deaths.1
He said a stockpile of uncontam-
Subcomraittee Chairman Chet
HolifieM ID-Calif called Lapp's
'-" 1 munl hut said It "ac
cents the gravity of nuclear war-
tare." --,..
10 DA VS LOT
FATHER'S DAY

' s

LKAVB TOLU AD WITH ONE OP OUB

INTERNAL. OE PUBLICACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZAU( i
tiuL.Ni 2A H" Slrret m MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J SL L,

FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS 5S Street Mo. S3
the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles-'
FOR' SALE: Convertible Cadil Cadil-Jac;
Jac; Cadil-Jac; T95I. with radio,, whitevall
tires and A-1 condition through-
out for only $1500. Call from S
' a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141 or 3 3-'3341,
'3341, 3-'3341, Atfer 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR 1 $AL: "Two 1956 Hillman
Minx. Sedans.,, Lowf mileage, ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally good buys. For infor-
motion call Tel, 3-4568 8:30 8:30-12
12 8:30-12 noon, 2-5 p.m..5
FOR SALI:- 1951 Ford, new
paint, tires, battery, scat covert,
1950 : Hudton. Phone Balboa
1235 after 4:30, i)
FOR SALE: Ford 4-door Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, Fordomatic, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Mutt sell. Best 1
offer. Ft. Clayton 8J-3I04. t-l.
FOR SALE-1956 Austin,, ex ex-cellent
cellent ex-cellent condition. Leaving, must
sell, $750 or highest offer.
Phone Balboa 4445.
FOR SALE: Model A Ford
1956' Plymouth.! Lets extras,
$1600. Trade' for older car,;
2524-A, Cocoll. Phone 3077. :
FOR SALE 1948 Chevrolet 4-.
dr, sedan. Owner leaving, $250, Vr
Phone 2-1515 Balboa.
FOR SALE.-1952 Chevrolet 2 2-t
t 2-t dr. sedan, radio, heater, teat eov eov-'
' eov-' ers, excellent condition, '$550 or
best offer.' PhonOyKobba 3118.
FOR SALE: '51 Mercury, good
' condition. Must tell, owner leav leaving
ing leaving Panama. Ideal transportation.
Call -2-4541, Turner,
FOR SALE: -1949 Ford V-8 sa-
alan, excellent appearance,:, "ms-.
cbanical condition and tiret. Call
Balboa 3337.
FOR SALE: 1953,Studebake
Commander Hardtop Sport Cou Coupe
pe Coupe very good condition; r Must
sell. j!956 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Sport Sedan, ww tiret, four four-barrel
barrel four-barrel carburetor, fully equipped.
Will financeV Hodte 2245-B,
BalDO. C,rr- 5tv ? ?
ana ma,
Plymouth. BaWtdoro) 1955 Sta.'
tion Wagonf Zenith radio con-
solo? 21-inch G.E. ; television
console, Calf 3-6563 or 3-6544.
FOR SALE- 1947;Pontia se se-din
din se-din wfth good rubber, trsnsmis-v
sion recently overhauled.. Balboa-:
2-6371. i
..FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Coro,
' net 4-door, radio, w-s w., tiret, ,-'
$350. Phone Quarry Heights 82-'t
i'5285. -V ': 'Cr;::H.
FOR SALE s 1948 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master Convertible," dyna'f low, ra-
die, accessories, power equipped.
New battery and brakes. Media-
nicaF condition very good, $255,
5607-B, Diablo. Phona 2-1412.'
FOR SALE -Cadillac Coupe De
' Villa. Custom built at the Cadil-
' lac factory. Equipment, continon- ''s
tal kit, radio," tinted glass, power
steering, power brakes, electric
windows, electric seat, electronic
eye, hearer, purchased September -1954,
23,000 actual miles. Same
, model today would cost $6400,
will sacrifice for $3200 and con-
' aider nice clean car in trade Also
$1600 letter of credit en a' new. ."
Ford or Mercury, will sell for
$1200. I'm leaving, must' sell
ne. Please cell 3-2447 between,
6 p.m. and 9 p.m. -."Vt
Are yea going the right direction
for your Auto repairs? Go to
1 6th St. Melendes. Garage
Johnston guaranteed auto re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Tel'456-A, Cole. f r
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers -V Shippers -' Movers
Phones 2 245 1 j-f.2 562
' Leara' Riding at '
PANAMA- RIDING SCHOOL.
Riding (r Jompin Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. v' Phone 2-2451
m by appousrmoat. .
LIFE INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
General Agent i
, Gibraltar f Ofa Ins. Co.
for rates and inlormstioa
. TeL Paaama, t-53
CHIROPRACTOR V
'Dr. GERALDO 1 IIM ;
East 34th Street C "'
across from Lai; Theatre)
- Hoars a.m. te 12:M
S:M p.m. tm : p.m.
TeL Panama S-2"t.
THE
NEW
earn on
Model y.
Wfth F 1.2 Lena
i t siiiii
Panami
ft lark
Celoa

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fa. do

FARMACIA EL BATURRO Faroue LelCvre I

Miscellaneous
MOTOR A L SALES i SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGbST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA
DIOS tAND T.V., SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-.
. INVERSIO-. NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
"TECHO" QUALITY corrugated
' galvanized sheets, 36 BG V x 6',
special galvanised finish, $1.25 i
jer SHEET.. PAN .AMERICAN ;
CONTRACTORS, INC., P.O. Baa
4489. Phone Panama 3-5471 pf
3-6707j;' U W;&ti
WE OFFER:- COPPER WATER
4 TUBING,' 12," 58", 34'
Type K r L, TIN LEAD SOLDER
4060 and 5050 Alloy, 1 Its.'..
and 5 lb. Spools, I lb. Bars.
LEAD CAULKING WOOL Best
for Plumbing. LEAD SHEETS
"18" and 364" thick, LEAD
INGOTS sixes: 3 lb 25 lb.,
50 fb., 100 lb. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC.. P.O. Box
4489. Phone Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707. r
j FOR SALE: Pure bred male
, Dalmatian dog, excellent for
breeding, good pet. Call 3-4955
I after 4:00.
FOR SALE.w Small piano, mod modern,
ern, modern, in good condition. 34th St.
No. 6-33. Lux Building.-
FIRE SALE: Buch Press camera,
f.4.5 Wollensaklen flasb, range range-finder
finder range-finder magazines, a lot of lenses,
list $266, for-$150; Speed Gra Graphic
phic Graphic 4x5 $125 like new. Inter International
national International Jewelry, Inc., 155 Cen Central
tral Central Ave., Camera Center.
FOR SALE: 34. ton air-conditioner,
25-cycle, $95; G.E. re-v
frigerator, $35. Phone. Balboa
1235 after -4:30.
FOR SALE; 60-cycle- Westing-t-
house washer $75; 21" Philce
TV, antenna and lead-la wire,
$200, 83-5187.
t
OR SALE :-r-RaHan sofa, Apex
wringer-typf twather, f Homke
powpr mower 1 8't, blade rotarf
: type,. 4-cvcle Brloas flr StraHen
h engine. All J months- used, per- f
v feet : ;ondirionl 1 955 T Red f
White Buick, Special Riviera,'
; Dynaflow and accessories, perfect
condition. Call 87-7232 ee 87 87-'
' 87-' 4106. vi-. 1 ..
FOR SALE: ;' Slide T prelector,
Golde; matter model, 500 waM,
2 5-60- cycle A-C- or DC Projects
,35 mm, 2' x 2 up te SVax SVax-S
S SVax-S 4 Vr with', case, like new $5$,
rnone laamaoa 1
"j'J
To Extend Campaign
Afler ICY. Triumph
NEW YORK. June 'OrP
Billyroraham brought the first?
three weeks of his New Vork
Crusade to a triumphant v close
Tuesday night with the comment
that "not In 40 years, have the
Christians and their 'churches
been so- gloriously united to save
their fellow men."
"Never before In my ministry
have I seen God move so won
derfully, so gloriously to save
STMen a-yTaM
vangellst .aid. ;
WrJ tv.o iii:nn .Vr..,orri
His
evangelist
More than 17,500 persons heard
Graham's sermon on covetous-
ness in Madison Sauare Garden.
The sermon was to have marked
the midpoint in the crusade, out
graham announced Monday the
ivlval will run three weeks long
er than planned, until July 21.
Attendance at the sermons m
Ihe first 21 days has run over
the 374,500 mark, or an average
r.f iiaki nlehtlv. Tuesday night's

538 "decisions lor Christ" brought BOSTON, June 8 (UP) De De-Graham's
Graham's De-Graham's total of conversions td'fense Secretary Charles E. Wil-

12 148 or an average of 578 eacn
nichL ) s. ...
LIBERAL
TRADE-INS
?" ', en any' ."
. USED
REFRIGERATOR
?r r?foK our
' 1937 FrigIdaire
Refrigerator 1957
CALL TODAY
"V BRANCH .:
s ECONOCAS
BRANQl-
TeL 1-22X TivoU Ave. ll 't
D AVID-B OQUETE
EXCURSION.
SrXDAT, JTNE 23
riDANQlTB TRAVEL
Tel. Tan. 21Ml'

Vt 1S-J -H STREET, PANAMA- LIBRERIA PRECIADO-7 Sireef No. II ENCIAS
0 Central Ave. 45 LOURDfcS PHARMAC1'-182 La CarraSqui llav
LiwiS SERVICE-Ave. TivoU No. 4 FARMAUA ES1ADOS N tfS AS.
I. Fo. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 a FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemens Ave. and 33 St. FAKM-i-J

la OssaAve.
Street a FABMACIA "SAS" Via Porwa
Home Articles
, FOR SALE: Gulbranten Studio
piano $500, refrigerator,, fence,
chairs, radio, dressers, new beds,
-miscellaneous : household items.
1539-B, Mango St., off Amador'
':. R6ad.:;ivV'l' i i.-ti-xW'ikl
t FOR SALE) Dining room set'
and bedroom let, one year old,
Give away price. Gas stove, Nec Nec-chi
chi Nec-chi machine. Phone 3-5295. -'
. FOR SALE: -4-' Modern studio ;
couches $59,', bunk -beds com-
plete $55,. porch sett ;: $45.
chrome dinette .sets 99, mahog A
. any dining room "sets $65, mod modern
ern modern mahogany wardrobes $69,
springs $12.50, mattreuet $15,
linoleumt $6.95, pillows $1.95,
large locker $8.50. Also, lovely
wrought iron living and dining jr
room sett, refrigerators, detkt,
: bookcases, youth beds, etc' Cash
or t Credit. Household Exchange, -No.
41, National Ave,, Tela. 3-
-491 i,f 3-7348.-v;;v.:;:', '. :
Real Estate
; FOR SALE: Three-bedroom
house !wilh two baths, living
. room dining room, kitchen, two
maids.' rooms with bath fir 2000
; meters f land Jit Golf Heights."
For information call from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. 3-1141 or 3-3341.
After 5 p.m. 3-3069.
Blonde Submits To.
Sexual Advances
To Save Her Child
' NEW YORK.'june fUP) A
burglar broke into, an apartment
early today and forced a blonde
to submit to his sexual advances
Dyrinreatening.; to; Jtnue.! ner
three-year-old, son.-j2? v -Ali:-
xne woman wm nonce,, sne
would not testify against' the
man If her name was made pub public.
lic. public. Sh was described only as a
36-y ear-old sister of a fiomn
Catholic priest. She said she and
her' husband were separated. ;
Her screams awakened neigh neighbors
bors neighbors in a WMt Side Manhattan
residential ( area early today.
Neighbors summoned police. '
v The blonde told police vthe
burglar brandished a knife at
her child and she submitted to
him to protect the youngster.
Tb,e ,man then fle
The man then fled. ; j ,
(Conttnned trum fs-ea D r.'
tiv?,' however, against southern
mainland areas. ,f, -hytr-jVi'..
: :; .' X : '" ptJ:tT?
The key Nationalist offshore
w,.na Hoj enu.e? n.-
T ?rn?.e" wu"' !T
oii we nwpy purv oi a-
moy, and, to a lesser degree,
Swatow. ,' ' .''.-''.
The smaller off shore Island 't)t
Matsu controls sea approaches
to ports along the Fukien Prov
Ince coast. ; 1 1 i
! Britain announced last Thurs
AVXJS
lowed to go to Russia and the
Eastern European satellites.
$100-PIafe Diners1 1
Heir Wilson Defend
Military Aid Budget
- son saia last nigm me aanger vi
.miniary comuci in me neit iw
the Communists abandon their
Idea- 6i '"conversion, by ; the
sword." '. '-
.
- Speaking at a $100-a-plate Re
ed President Eisenhower's rec-
ord budget and pointed out that
the military aid program Is one
lof the nation's most Important
icontribuuons to xree woria, se-
7 .
curity.
it. 1
"If the Communists are will-
ing w give up ineir laea
ia -rrtn t,i. i. .u..i Hm-

oeaVlU. wuui nue Ma Viral i j ,
d .H? Hit W-rW 'e rfr As morning rush hour crowds
reccgnlse that danger of ml- h f ptinterf need
litary. action has not ad, wafTold below him. Firemen
lessened, in lact It may -wel S Hmdet. from an
mean that over the next several aerU1 drlcr ,nd frj him. ,
years the danger may even be

increased.
I tuvii u u m
'to beUeve that the rise of Com-1
i
cue. a recent forecast.-

Soviet Party Chief K'.kita S 1" U
Khmsnchev predicts over CBS take, he gave It np for )os t. Then
television network last Sunday ;RcaT'i father went out to by
that the grandchildren ef hi5,"nie chop fuey. Inf.ud'a
American viewers Lvs tn-;cKan?. was the b..l t taa
tier socialism. beta ia Ftckj's cc c-. v

1U NOVEDAUm Ai

SERVICES'
. BAHIA'S $ALOON (Bar fr Res Res-1
1 Res-1 taurant) Presents- every, night,,
,v except Monday two floor shows
at 9:30 and 12:30 a.m. Their
production "Carnival at the Ba Ba-hia'
hia' Ba-hia' is a beautiful show, with
; Ricardo Diax, Sonia Zuleta, Gla-
dys Mitre end Two-Gun Smokey,
Regular prices with no cover
; charge and air conditioner, Ba-''
hit's Saloon y en Balboa Avenue,
Panama.
, The bait" dinners and drinks
' are served jn our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteriagrill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pie-
sa S da Mayo.,
Miscellaneous
.WILL EXCHANGE: 1954 Vin Vin-jCent
jCent Vin-jCent motorcycle,. 1000 cc re recently
cently recently overhauled, all parts new.
Preferably 500 ce.k, 650 cc. er
Harley Davidson last choice, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-0740, Donado, from 9
lo 12 noon 2 te 4:30 p.m.' M I
ALCOHOLIC! ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. 'CRISTOBAL, CX
Don't miss this week's game. See
ft on a RENTED TV Nominal fee
nlyl Call ,2-2373.
Airman Punished
For Yanking Sick
Recruit From Bed
SAN ANTONIO. Tex. June
(UP) A court-martial reduced Air
man 2C William Roberts: Jr. one
gi-ade An rank yesterday and fin-
win aiuu lur ynnKing a sick re recruit
cruit recruit from his bunk four days be before
fore before the recruit died, ' : T
Robert, whe is. -5 feet, Inches
tall and weighs 110 Bounds. was
not 'accused of any resDonsibilitv
fop. the death of the recruit, Rob-
en, jJisenoacner ot Astoru, N: .Y,
f RoberVs fsther' aald I he ; beUev
ed that the trial was fair and im
partial and tfiat the sentence was
fair. He said that, speating; also
for his son, he was "vary happy
about the outcome." .,. i
Russian Long-Range
Subs Cross Channql;
For Unknown Shores
''. t,,' u
f LONDON, June 9 (UPI Soviet
long-range submarines passed
through the English, Channel for
an unknown destination last
night, the Admiralty disclosed
toaay. c . ..
The submarines were believed
to be of the latest type with a
displacement of some 2000 tons
and capable of cruising at long
range over extensive periods of
timer.
- .'The Admiralty said three of
the submarines, escorted by
minesweepers, were sighted,
1 The movement of Soviet sub
marines through the channel
touched off speculation about
their destination In government
quarters, but official comment
-" .rTT trr -7. i'
Rope Around I!eckf
Buildlhg Painler v i
HangsjOjiories
NEW -YORK. June 6 fUPV A
building painter unwillingly did a
rope trick today which outdid most
circus acts. He hung upside dowa
10 stories over Times Square
, M mm v4ctH arAllnri hit
,u U N J lW V. k.wwhw
neck;,: .'.
MUton Hinden, 35, escaped with
only rope burns on hu neck after
his painting scaffold collapsed He
graooea ope oi ki
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rn ninv on unui itkucu wj avuv-
to hang on until rescued by fire
men and fellow workers.
Hi n den was one of a crew givmg
the A si or Theater a face unmg
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POSITION OFFERED;--- Parma Parma-.
. Parma-. nent position open with estab established
lished established firm for ambitious man;
must speak English anav Spanish.
'Call Panama 3-1287 for inter inter-view
view inter-view between 7 and 4.

. WANTED : Expert fork-lift op op-,
, op-, orator. Apply George F. Novcy.f
Inc.; ','Apartado"' 923, Panama.
Phone 3-0140.
WANTED: Two salesladies
, selling new -and used cars.. See
. Jack Weir, Smoot '-. Paredes.
Chevrolet Buick Oldsmobile
1 1 7 T
TP.
1111 I M(r)
WANTED TO BUY: Reasona Reasonably
bly Reasonably priced Venetian blinds, fan
25-cyc. Call Cristobal 2977.
WANTED POSITION: A for for-,
, for-, mar P.C. Army engineer civilian
employe,.; good Jiealth, habits,
would like a job as coordinator- -'
labor foreman or paint foreman 1
- er what have you? : Worked
- around construction jobs for over
' 30 years and can handle merr and
produce. Salary reasonable. Will
pay own transportation and ex expenses
penses expenses to job site. Can furnish i-.
.references. Age ,' 45. Address
3204 S.W. 23rd Terrace, Miami,'
Florida. Reply by air mail er tel- ;
egram c.o.d.
Algerian Problem
May Flare Up, Says
Eisenhower Envoy
i WASHINGON, June (UP.
Former Rep.. James Richards
(D-S.C). who ; returned recently
from a Middle East tour as spe special
cial special envoy of President Eisenhow
er, said today the. fighting in Al
geria could flare up into a real
brush fire." .' iY-ul' "'
Richards told a National Press
Club lunch of his visits to 15 Mid
east, countries 'as spokesman V- for
the ".Eisenhower .Doctrinei Durine
the question-and-answer period he
was aspea ir ne discussed the Al Algerian1
gerian1 Algerian1 problem With any of those
governments. jHa skirted the ques
tion. --.f : tJ.s.v JK '.r-
"But I tan: say this," he''4dde
"tne f x rencn-Aigerlan problem is
one of the most serious in that
part of the world, and it can' get
more serious, it can break out
into a real brush fire."

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JOB WITH, A FUTURE After more than a decade as a
teacher and scholar, Charles $.. Wehrer. 42, above, resigned
as superintendent of schools in Shandon. Calif.', .16 become an
apprentice truck driver. Wehrer, who admits he is not yet
food warehouseman or truck driver, said his $6,600 per year
teaching salary left him -in debt and that his new career, with
drivers earning up to $15,000 annually, offered more of a futur:

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THE "FEEL OF SPRING Miss Phyllis. Esser. Uacher
with the Xinoergarten froup cf the Guild for the Jewi.a El;nd,
heios a biind child. ho name has ben m-ithheld on rr rr-ouest,
ouest, rr-ouest, f-t' t,c "fei- f spring jn New York City's Cer'ral
Park:. The six'-?esr-o'3 f rl, bcrn t:'.rd. ft r.f r cn ip
cf the sur.ry s-'f-e hy t.-.a. t .rf tf- t""s, l-vcs a.-i f -r-v.

Domestic Employment
WANTED:. Housekeeper-cook,
. to sleep in. Must have refer-
encet and medical J certificate,
- House 7-61, 80th Street, El Car
i men, after 4 :00. ;
WANTED: Fully experienced
cook. Good salary, small family.
.'Must sleep in. Needless apply
without, references.1- 5th Avenue
No. 41-15. V
Boats.fr Motors
FOR SALE: 14' Runabout fully
s equipped, many extras, 25-hp.
, Evinrude, $450. 8100-D, Mar Mar-'
' Mar-' garita. Phone 3-1373, 4 to 7
p.m.,'
FOR SALE; 25-hp. Johnson
outboard mole r, completely
overhauled, $250. Home phona
-84-5153, office 82-3166.
. FOR SALE: Auxiliary sloops,
; 24x6'. 5x4. Leaving, must selL
Call 3-2447, 6 p.m. te 9 p'.m.
' FOR SALE: New outboard mo motor
tor motor $90. 706-B, Curundu, next
to swimming pool. i
Peron Spokesman
Denies Arrival
Of Nelly Rivas
CARACAS, Venezuela, June 6
(UP)-A spokesman for Argentine
ex-President Juan D. Pernn haa
denied that the deposed dictator's
teen-ace mistress has coma here
to join mm. ; :; : ,j
Pablo Vicente. .Peron's secreta
ry, said reports that lS-year-o 1 d
iieuy mvas arrived 1 by air the
otner day are "totally false."'
ine Venezuelan security, police
said they have ""no knowledge" of
The- sultry "brunette became Pe Peron's
ron's Peron's mistress in 1953. when 4 she
was 14. He installed her in a luxu
rious; apartment near one of his
mansions in Buenos Aires and kept
her there uriul he Was overthrown
in 195JU V- r-"-' ,A -;
.v lyW-vXi' -,"'""vj':':.
A.(ln;rBuenoiAIresr' Nelly's par
ents said she is in Cordoba prov province
ince province recovering from the effects
ttof a : recent operation..
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; ATTEND HARMONY IUNCHION Priidnf Eiienhowcr and Rap. Joitpk Martin (R-Man.), Houia Min Min-,V
,V Min-,V 'trity Leader, "dij in" to i oof, eld-fathiontJ $ 1.19 chicken and porate salad box lunch In the Houia
' iCaucua Room, in Waihingten Martin wai host at the harmony luncheon which waa given in an attempt to
'."Jmprove telationa between the Chief Executive and the GOP rank and file.

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Govt:
Report

To Make Close Study

On Cigarette

Smoking

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'Washington, .jun (UP)
AXgovenim$nt health spokesman
said today that government" x x-perts
perts x-perts will make a close study '" of
tha. American Cancer Society' re

port linking cigarette smoking to

ranrer and other ailments.

. jHe said it was '"very likely the

Natioal Institutes of Health, and

arm of the U.S. Public Health

Service. would evaluate the re'

- port. But lie said this would 'take

some time."
'The spokesman noted that the
'evidence against cigarette amok
:''inrg waa baaed only on statlstic statlstic-.
. statlstic-. al.data thus far.

: t Vt needs to be tested in the
laboratory," he said. He conceded,

However, that the statistical evi-
Bt9im raiciul "mo! an1 Avimic"

WUUlIb IICHU IIIVU1CIH,

' He- xaid th miestinn nt nnitthle

links' between smoking and cancer

ami other ailments already is. un under;
der; under; intensive government investi-
ration He termed it "an inescap

. aoie? proDiem witn which we

should and must be deeply t o n-

' the spokesman skid the Ameri

can 'Cancer Society's final report

on us iour-year siuay of iss.ooo
men. made public yesterday, fol follows
lows follows '"basically the same lines"
as another report disclosed sever several
al several weeks ago.
The previous report, made
. ointly by experts rfhe Ameri American
can American Cancer Society, the Ameri American
can American Heart Assn., th National

Cancer Innatitute and the Na-
tionel Heart lnstitute-th latter
two government agencies
showed correlation only between

cigarettes and lung cancer,
- The cancer society's survey yes yesterday
terday yesterday reoorted not nnlv a

tacular relationship' between the
smoking habit and lung cancer"
"but; also a "clear-cut association"
i between cigarette smoking and
other ailments, principally the Ra Ration's
tion's Ration's No. 1 killer-coronary artery
disease.

Athletes, Students Said
Using Stimulant Drugs"

NEW YORK, June 6 (UP) The ed such use of other "similar sti

American Medical Assn.. yester-1 mutants, however.

day launched an investigation of I Amphetamine is used. as an in

nkn.rln. Jt "plinnlrinrf" Una A fifim.

charges of "shocking W use of stim

ulant drugs by athletes, including

school children, to improve their

performances. ; &t?,'f

The AMA's House of Delegates,

governing body of the powerful

organization, instructed the AMA
Board of Trustees to determine
the extent of "indiscriminate" use

of stimulants that can produce

antisocial behavior"', and cause

serious p h y s i c a 1 and mental

changes. t k i

The House of Delegates, meet

ing aurmg tne AMA s 106th an
miisY rnnvAntinn haMi; sla-A aUI

vwmm aawv, mov .IIU'
cized "misleading" television A and

raoio patent medicine advertise-

mentt and urged mtri r-arofnl

screening of such ds.

The NtW York1 dMocrattnn

Drougnt up the subject of stimu

lant arugs but its resolution was

suDstituted with a more strongly

wurueu proposal, as adopted, the
resolution singled out amphetamine
as an undesirable stimulant in

use by athletes. It also disaporov

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Awful Truth Is:

Geo; Washington
Was Tax Dodger
ALEXAlfbRlA Va June ft fTTPl

That fellow who chopped down

a cnerry uee and then had to s;o
blabbing about It to everyone
was still up to his old tricks at
the age of 82.
The only difference was he
had switched fields: Instead of
tree chopping he was tax dode-

lng. :
A newly-found dustv Alnan.

drla record book tells the awful
truth: George Washington didn't

pay nis local taxes In 1794.
The book: listed him as being
delinquent nine pounds.
That's the wav tha book mit

A. . M

ii : jjeiinquent, pounds ,. o

wuningron. it amn t even say

u. wasmngton, president, cur currently
rently currently doing business In the na national
tional national capital at Philadelphia,
Apparently in Alexandria they
weren't easily Impressed in those
days.
But Washington followed true
to form. He couldn't tell a lie.
The record book shows he paid
up in full.
Assistant City Manager Eu

gene Barnwell said he discovered
the old tax book Tuesday while
shuffling through some long long-forgottea
forgottea long-forgottea documents.

halant or spray for head colds,
hay fever' and similar com
plaints. The AMA charged it al also
so also is being -used as a stimulant
for parson with no ailments.

The AMA .reference committee

on hygiene, public health and in

dustnal health said it had heard

testimony "painting a shocking

picture oi widespread "and indis indiscriminate
criminate indiscriminate use of stimulants, such

as amphetamine, to. improve the

ALGIERS.-Algeria, June (t (UP)

French. troops routed a' powerful

rebel, army unit in Nortnern Al Algeria
geria Algeria yesterday 'after a fierce two-

day battle in which 12& insurgents
were reported killed and six cap captured.
tured. captured. t si -' -.

Official : front: reports t said : the

French, captured a cOhsiderable

supply of xebei-: arms, including

rockets.-It was the first time the

French, had admitted ; officially

tha t the insurgents possessed

Irockets. t - ; i

Ofifcials said 10 French soldiers

were killed and 15 wounded in the

I bloody clash in the Kabylie moun moun-tain
tain moun-tain area east of AlgiersOne of

the French dead was an army

captain. - -

The battle began Monday morn'-

ling when a French army column
ran into a marauding insurgent

unit in the barren hills between

Fort National and A 1 1 1 g a: 65

miles east of Algiers.

Reports from the. area said the

French troops, after stiff and cost

ly fighting, managed to rout the
I rebels i from their mountain hide

outs.

Army : sources said the battle.

completed with the rebel rout, in

dicated the insurgents were trying

to sneak back toward the Algiers

area at an costs.

The French used reserves from

adjoining posts to crush the trsD

ped rebel band. Only a few of the

i insurgents managed to escape, ar

my sources said., But the rebels
shot down a French helicoDter

guraing troops to Uieir positions.

The French' reports said that in

addition to rockets, rebel weaDonn

seized included 11 submachine
guns, 32 rifles, 24 shotguns, nine

piaiuisi a au mm, mortar and 25

mortar shells.

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Let the people know the truth and the country is safe t- Abraham' Lincoln;

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. THURSDAY, JUNE 61957

FIVE CENTS

Fuse Lighted By Truman .

Little League

Boyi 10; mi

Ten boys and six' girls were

penormance oi athletes in com-ihnm nit.i j

ttes:;'wi"

Amnh'k&min; OS P 1M patients were admit.

ulants are leititUHgtV medications. l wfr.91Scnal:eI

tle committee 'said,1 but shduld be ri r,.m.. 'i J '"2
given only 'by 'prescription in the tVaLdun!
treatment of specific ilments. ; 'J!? ; bbJfea

ine report said thu'AMA cmm. i. a. ,uib-

cil on drugs has taken a stand S?11' 01 Panama City; Bgt and
repeatedly against the use of these s; A- N- arrett, JII,' of Coco Coco-substances
substances Coco-substances by normal persons. nr 'Mr. and Mrs.. J, M.: Stanton,

And it-recalled that the National Jr 01 Forl Kot)Dei Lt. and Mrs.
Education Asn. has 1 disapproved! H-,c Beachanv, of fori Clayton;

administration of drugs to stimu- Mr' na Mrs- O. O. Mikeat, of Cu

late athletes to ereater artivitv rundu: Canf. and Mrs. W. R.

The resolution on television nri Bond, Jr.. of Fort Kobbe- Mr.

radio advertising was included in and Mrs.,H. L. West, .of Pana-

cuiuMiiuee repon siaung that a ma city; v Mr, ana Mrs. a. a.

aeiinue proDiem exists and -needs Blandlord, of Panama City; Mr,
correction. 1 . ind un r i nnm r cno.

The public Is constantly exposed ma City; and Mr nd Mrs. W,
to "misleading advertising'' hula lUlln rnii

a j I V vv4

yuivcjrura oi paieni medicines, the

resolution sara iTie ri in,i. I -ii. i i-

""""i ae treatment of a in. Mr w d t ir,.i,.i

variety, or -ailments ?or mi n,n,.jn. .

linm i vui uuvu, jvn. nun jaia. xaiKuci

I iwui Bujr, oi i-niiuiiia; jvir. ana
Mrs. A. A. Peters, of Panama Ci

ty; sgt. ana Mrs. Charles Lewis,
ol Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.

I A. F. Hogan, oi Panama City:

and Mr. and Mrs. L A. Ollvares,

oi Panama city,

Big; Business Disenchanted Witm Ik

Crackdown On Anti-Trust Lav Violators

'WASHINGTON? June 6 (UP)

The' charge that the .. Eisenhower
administration is by. and for big
business may sag somewhat under
weight of Justice Department acti

vity in the antitrust field.

This ; week's Supreme Court

blockbuster held that v Pu Pont

ownership of 23 Per cent Of Gen

eral Motors stock was in violation

of the anti-trust laws.'
- Newspaper readers who skin

the big headlines en route to the

sports and comic pages easily
could be convinced thereby that
the Eisenhower Department of Jus

tice had moved in hard on the two

ikes'- Civil Rights Measure

Gets Boost Up Legal Ladder

WASHINGTON; June 6 (UP)

Th House gave President Eisen

hower's; civil rights bill another

push up the legislative ladder to

day- by agreeing -to the ground

rules under wmcn it win De considered.

The chamber voted 290 to 117

for a resolution allowing four days

of talk on the controversial mea

sure with uniimieo amendments
permitted after the general debate

ends.

Southerners made no .move to

Ichange the ground rules or, delay

the resolution, although tney am

vote gai8t it Last 'year, .when

mmilat bill reached the .House

floor, the Dixie bloc tried to stall
adoption of the rules for consider

ing ikv.-.-v..

This time, House leaders ob

tained an advance agreement : to

avoid a rules V talkathon. .The
Southerners aereed- not to resort

ta delaying tactics in exchahge for

a .-promise that lormai aeoate
would not begin until tomorrow.
" The absence of fireworks Jn
the preliminary stages did not
mean the new measure was out

of stormy water. Foe ware
standing by with about, three
dozen amendments to throw at
the bill when the debate ends
next Monday. :':!

Warming up for the fight ahead,

Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY),
GOP floor manager for, the v,bill,
called it a "very moderate propos proposal"
al" proposal" which was watered down
from the civil rights bill passed
by the House last year; That
measure died in the Senate. '
' Rep, William M. Colmer ? (D (D-Miss.),
Miss.), (D-Miss.), a leader of the opposition

forces, agreed the bill was "im

proved' over last year s version

great corporations commonly most overtones of wry humor,1' Republic

closely indentified with" the admin

istration, ; ,,
: Far down in the Du Pont i-Gen-eral
Motors story, if at all, was
the information: that the fuse on
this blockbuster was lighted way
back In 1949 by the Truman- ad administration
ministration administration Department of Jus Justice.
tice. Justice. The attorney general at that

time wasriom v; uark, now an

a ssocute justice of the. Supreme

vourt.; Uark s earlier i connection
with the ease explains whyvhe did
not participate in the high court's
judgment of it. '

: Eisenhower's Justice Depart-,

ment did, of course, .share in
the prosecution of the Du Pont'
General Motors case Whether
Attorney General Herbert Brow
nail Jr. "would have begun tha
suit can be no more now than a
matter of speculation. The- hard
fact is that he brought it to suc successful
cessful successful conclusion. " c
The charee that the Eisenhower

administration is bv and for hie

Business is a Democratic

cans have been heard to say that

urowneu eontmes his anti-trust ao
tions to the administration's best
friends. That feeling among some
Republicans is part of the expla
nation of the current disenchant-'
ment of many big businesmen
with- the Eisenhower administra ;
tion. ,
Browned has filed some big
suit. Ha hauled the American
Newspaper Publisher Assn.- into
court' on charges of price fixing
In. the field" of -.advertising.
Brownell got a consent- deere
which tha department considera te
have been-a. victory. That ac''
tion sometime is cited by per
sons who would defend the Ei-y -senhower
administration against,
th assertion that i tfosters th'
devotion In th United S tat sf
of a one-party press.
The Truman administration wai'v

counted nQ friend of big business r
During President Truman's las-;
four White House years, his Jus
tice Department filed 109 civil am

a Democratic indict

ment and decidedly in the field of i73 criminal anti-trust suits for
political controversy ; between the total of Is?

but said "it still sets up a Gesta- 'ft and right wings, of American f ; During the first four Eisenhowei
po.'' He said it had one new fea political thinkings ;j''':'',i:E:.;vJyew!;:tlie.Jilstic(f Denartment fil

ture under which "the right of A somewhat different complaint .d 94 civil and 69 criminal anti

neard sometimes among ? Republi-,, trust cases for a total' of 16 3
cans 4s that the. Eisenhower :: Jus- Brownell, the Eisenhower attornej
tice Department under Brownell general, fhas gone after big gamt
has been over-conscientious in hail-' about as big as any stalked u
ing big business before the bar of the, courts by Truman administra
justice. Partly in anger bufc with tion prosecutors. :-f t

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' myjALKKGHETTl ;
'iiHR SLEZUC Fill. HX7SD

Ticklish Operation
Of Kuclear Blasts
Takes Short Recess

LAS VEGAS, Ney June 9 (UP
--Atomic Energy Commission
scientists took a rest today from

tne ticKiisn operation of deton
atlng nuclear devices after com.
pleting the third test In aa ex
tensive spring-summer series.

The'' next shot was tentatively
scheduled for Tuesday mornlnsr.

with a press briefing set for 3:30
p.m. Monday.
The third device in the series.

possibly a "trigger" for an H H-bomb,
bomb, H-bomb, was set off yesterday
morning from- a platform sus suspended
pended suspended from a balloon raised 500

feet above the Yucca Flat test

site, 73 miles northwest of here.

. Observers reported the device
was one of the smallest ever set
off In the United States. Its

tis. blasts estimated to have' beea
i cnin cr ur riot l utLi to 1000 tn f tnt, sent

up s iire-Dsui wmcn lasiea -ess
than a minute. The flash was
barely visible here 1
The test was the first time the
AEC hail used an anchored bal balloon
loon balloon as a platform Xor a deton detonation.
ation. detonation. The balloon cost about
$15,000 as compared to aa esti estimated
mated estimated $300,000 for the normally
used steel tower. - i
Dr. Gerald Johnson, test direc director,
tor, director, aaid the shot was "quit
successful from a technical viewpoint.-
'
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.
Annulment Erases
Marriage By Mail
? BUENOS AIRES. June fCP)

Y A 24-yeer-old Greek w a a

Tuesdsy won aa aRmimenr i
her mail order marriage U a ?$
year-old Argentine who seat her a
pbetegrapa. take when he was 34.
Although the coup! lived togeth together
er together for mor thaa five years,- the
aauTUf was never eoasuiaated.

This weather rprT for th
24 nwr ending I a.m. today,
sar4i by th Mterlw
ffKel and Hyeratraphic Branch
of th Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal

K Balkaa Cristobal

TFMPIIATUXI:

High ..
Law .....
HUMiDITY:
High ....

Law

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(SMlVBpa)
RAIN (iBcbea)

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Ltt

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3:X f,

Singer SeesRed

LOS ANGELES. June 6 (UP)-

Slnger Darla Hood divorced her

husband, Robert, yes terday.
Miss Hood, who recently record recorded
ed recorded 1 Wanna Be Free," decided
on a divorce after her husband
told her the tell-tale marks on
his shirt collar were made by
red Ink.

Florida newsman
Chosen To Lecture
In Latin America
WASHINGTON.' June 8 UP)

Tjiv1 Frisbie. Bartow. Fla.. news

niDer editor, has been selected to

HofiuAP a aeries of lectures in

Spanish and French for the State
rwartment this summer in six

Caribbean and Latin American

countries. ,
The announcement of Fnsbie s

appointment came from the office

of Sen. Spessard L. Holiana. ;.u
said Frisbie will speak before pro-i

fesional civic ana stuaeni

groups in Panama, Uruguay, Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala

and Haiti between July i a a u
Aug. 22.,- ...
vi.Kia A9 Im alitor nt tha Polk

County Democrat. His topics on
the tour will include freedom of
the press in this country, duties
of tha press to the. public, and

interpretive reporting vs biased

writing.

jury trial can b denied.''

: This was a reference to th
section authorizing th govern government
ment government te seek Injunctions to pre
vent Civil rights violations. Per Persons
sons Persons accused of violating such
ln unctions could be tried' far
contempt of court by a 'federal
iudga rather than a Jury. ',
v.- .-'. v-':. j'.' :?..,:
; Rep. Hugh Schott (R-Pa.) charg

ed that southerners opposing the

provision were not fighting' for a
jury trial, but the right to" violate

the law. He said jury trials have

never been accorded as a right

in civil contempt proceedings.

Rep: Martin Dies (D-Tex.) charg

ed primarily to appeal to the Ne

gro vote." He said it was, not

needed to ? protect votmg rights

and challenged any member of

the House to cite any case where
a Negro had ; been denied the
right to vote;'!-- 't '.;' .-..aw r
Colmer warned members from
areas outside the South that the
bill could backfire on them; : He
said it would further extend the
arm of the Federal government
"into yur state as well as mine."

Cuba $eeks Peace
With Rebel Force;
Use Of Gas Denied

Grace Line In
To Republic of Pensm

- CPACJ-The onl .wekryr dl
rect, ocean freight service, ex

clusively under ,, theiAmerican

fit? wia be- TnalntaliTea'by

moaern "C" type Ireighters:

flag, from New York,', PhiladeltTAi the SANTA; ELIS A, the SAN-

phia and 'Baltimore to the Re

publio of Panama, and the Ca

nal Zone, will be inaugurated on
June 12th with the sailing from

New York or the, Grace. Line's

SANTA OLIVIA, it was announc announced
ed announced today by. PANAMA -AGENCIES
CO. t '?..'.., :m

The new service. t which, pro

vides for an ocean transit time

of only five days, four hours, is

another addition ; to the trans transportation
portation transportation facilities which Grace

Line is offering, to shippers over
its Uiter-American trade routes.

thi
th

SANTA OLIVIA, the SANTA RL

TA INES and the SANTA MER

CEDES all of which also -carrj"
eight to twelve passengers; anc
the chartered .: Victory tvpi
freighter, the CUBA VICTORY,.
Business people concernet :
with this vital area which linki
North, Cehtral and South Amer

lea, ard Is the scene of increag.

ing industrial and agricultura
activity, may' now avail them

selves of a regular direct weeklj.
service to the Isthmus sallinj
Wednesday,- P.M. i- arriving Ca Canal
nal Canal Monday, P.M.

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WIICOMIB SACK TO IAKTH Still Um4-H canl. Hi, yaaela
la which be rase t a racers b'W at 9C.OO0 toe ta imW btttoM
asseasiaw. Ca. I Kiwiatar ta artUt bv Maj. David mtm
after m4' im a Mar Weaver. Mnm. KiHiafai aa rced re cat
jbaat mm fiifbj artar bia wnnUmi with the auad failed.

HAVANA, June 6 (UPV- The

Cuban army's chief of staff said
today the government has no in

tention of using poisonous mustard

gas mats campaign to extermin exterminate
ate exterminate the rebels in Southeastern Cu Cuba.
ba. Cuba. ... v-
Maj.. Gen. Francisco Tabernilla
told newsmen that no stocks of
the deadly gas developed during
World War I are. available, in this
country. v
Early today, an Army com communique
munique communique denied reports that Cu

ban warplanes have been bomb bombing
ing bombing and strafing rebel positions in
the Maestra Mountains, principal

target of the government cam

paign. -t .. t
The official announcement said

tne only air action In the area i

so far has consisted of 'inspec 'inspection
tion 'inspection flights."-

A parliamentary subcommittee

today drew up. a resolution call

ing for a ''cease fire" in South

eastern Cuba while mediators try
to work out a solution to the con conflict.

The resolution proposes the ap

pointment of a committee to visit

the Maestra Mountains and con

fer with rebel leaders. ;

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FASCINATION -DREW
WOMEN
TO HIS ARMS
...DESPITE
THEMSELVES?

Tahiti NuP Crew
To Attempt Return
Trip Next Autumn

VALPARAISO. Chile. June I

un trie oe Bisschop. 64 year year-old
old year-old French man Khipwrerked re

cently while tryms to tail a lot

raft here from Haluti, aaid today
he and bis four maa crew will at attempt
tempt attempt the return tnp -m ttiree or

tour motitLi.
Buachop aaid ha and bis compa companions
nions companions pla to sail from Cai'ao. Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, over the approximate tries fol followed
lowed followed by the raft "Koo-Tiki.'
The Frenchmaa's storm -dam ag aged
ed aged raft "Tahiti Not" wai being

towed ty a Ou!at fritatt when it

i 1

j broke up. All five crtwrnea were

'rescued.

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