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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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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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PANAMA, K. P., FRIDAY, JUNK 7, 1357

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P NORFOLK. VV
cannons boomed m
Hamnton, Roads today
. warsmps "",-, in
the free world arrives in
ne .nrt fr the be
, . MM9mm thrnuKUvu ...
" imnVnc tomorrow -of J
world's biggt peacetime
ed into line Are ae
; exhibit, ndvM4e by Sun Sun-'
' Sun-' expected to be to place Dy
day- Turkey.1 Italy,
Ships from i jjomi jjomi-nonmarlt,
nonmarlt, jjomi-nonmarlt, Colombia, ine
Into the. harbor y faclng
US. Navy ani.awAeht, senior
- to. Adm Jerauld 8 lt
naval JS the' ft
' -ntererl the por, u-tterv
iki 91-Bun salute.
, dav lor the arri
from- Z.Z, n& France.
- Peru, Portual no
f an m n il iw
i. h. review. r
w":r.;,n Belgium, t me
ta3.no-. urea,, tnJ
hv the Netherlands, wiu iiui.
i- The United States Navy wiu
be ifeprtseiuea oy
"TTviiw will 'J continue
through June IT, Highlight ot
th io-dav exhibit will be a re-
view by Deiense wkw
son on Wednesday, June 12.
JlurtCyCazccIca
Otif irlnir nnnis I
- rihTEMBA. japan, June 7 (UP)
A Japanese farmer, was enous
whea hit bya fragment of a, ba
zooka sheu on a u.a. m u
' oath. slopes of JMt. Fuji. ,jt was
. Hiroshi Katsumata, 22. of Go-

4s

'both legs. He tow pouc-
v.- iu. 7,,-in ranee to collect em?'

.k.ii. kii he thought fir-
mg had enaea ioi me u,. -.
Japanese scavengers have been
warned to Veen away from U.S.
firing ranges but they have dis dis-'
' dis-' re -ardent the warnings to .an f1"
fort to make a living. , ; ..
"off limits" regulations
nive not been .enforced by Japa Japanese
nese Japanese police even after the explo explosion
sion explosion of the Glrard case, involving
.w. hnntinff hv an American
soldier of a. Japanese woman col
lecting tmpty. sneus ou i ....y
Weir firin range la&t January.
450 Servicemen y:;
ii 'i...J tTn,
UirjuCCuunieu i wi
In House List
WASHTNGTONG, Jutie T (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A house Foreign Affairs subcom subcom-!hm
!hm subcom-!hm vii assembled a consoli
dated list of 450 American service servicemen
men servicemen believed captured by the com communists
munists communists ia Korea but never ac accounted
counted accounted for be Red negotiation. v
The names were previously puo puo--
- puo-- ished piecemeal by the Defense
Department but the Department
never assembled complete Lst.
The Department has said it pre presumed
sumed presumed all 450 are dead. It has paid
survivor benefits to tneir next oi
AmnA tnr Informa-
tion about the men have met with
u reioonse from the Communist!.
The list comprised 244 Army per
sonnel, 190 Air,orce, U Marines
and s Kavj. -;
Hearings Set
On Postal Workers
Pay Raise Dill
WASHINGTON, June 7 (IT)
The Hn Civil Serrice nt
Poet Office Committee tfwJr
. decided to bold bar!rf, i!art
. ln Jiine lj. en 1 t
the rv ef the ri.-n's IIS i J
HMtal as m
Tfce ?.r.r.ts ar e-f' 1
te la-n about two werts. I
' l"g before the corr- "e
29 sxi'-tal f yi'li 21 tf t' i
ident-caL Hies luld tnt
. jntat workers raises err
lor 4S tier reel and wou'l "?t
TSe ether fire t. : ou'1
e't In the Be'tbhnrhond ef
mllUoa dollars a Jtar.

s Warships Arrive

Poland Tp Receive
In US Asriculiurcl,
WASHINGTON. June"7 UTP).
today signed an aid agreement

regime $48,900,000 worth of agricultural products and mining ma

chinery.

The agreement, signed at the state Department toaay, in indicated
dicated indicated that an additional agreement for the shipment of $46,-

100,000 worh of surplus agricultural commodities would be signed

"as. soon as .possible. ';..-,.
v':. The Kxnnrt.Imnort (Bank will

loan-in the form of a Jine ef credit and another $18,900,000 -will

be provided-Poland for the purchase of U.S. cottony iats. ana, ou

for Polish currency..

Girard! Lawyers Preparing

For Defense'
T6KY0. June 7 (UP Japan
ese and American attorneys for
Army Specialist 3C William S.
Glrard said today they would
proceed with preparations Jor
his trial in a Japanese court de despite
spite despite a U.S. Federal Court order
holding it up. ' ; ; -'
Itsuro Havasni.. tne Japanese
criminal lawyer named by Glr Glrard
ard Glrard to be bis chief counsel.: said
"at present, there Is no concern
Wver that problem." t
Amarlcan sHorHtyt for U 2I'
yur-old Ottawa, IIU" soldier ob-
.tainod from a .Waahinflton 'Fadoral
Court yottorday an ordar inatruct inatruct-ing
ing inatruct-ing U.S. authorities to hold up da-
livery of Girard to Japan while If
read atgumentt-on the cnatitu
tionality of the move. The U.S. Sth
1 Army 'laid it hd net received
eftii jl notific.ion of the-'eiwuf
ot this morninf.
The 64-year-old lawyer tf To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo has 40 years experience in
criminal law and Is regarded as
one of the best attorneys In Jap
an He speaks no Engusn,",
In addition. Glrard has re-
Quested that MaJ. Stanley F. Le
vin of the 1st Cavalry Division s
judge advocate office serve as
his personal legal adviser, evin
was described by the Army as a
"qualified attorney" from Hol Hollywood,
lywood, Hollywood, Calif. v -
Japanese authorities' Indicted
Disability Relief
People Still Get)
Checks At Balboa
;..t ; ;- -:
.' AlP disability, relief 'pensioners
who have been receiving their
monthly checks at tne Balboa Post
Office will continue to do so for
the present,, it' wss announced to
day at Balboa. Heights. -the
only change is the distribu
tion of disability relief checks at
mis time is wai inose iew p e
sioners who were given their
checks at Building 69 on Roosevelt
Avenue in (Balboa :now receive
tbem at the new disability rehef
office in the former Ancon Fost
Office building. V
Thus is no chsnge in the proce procedure
dure procedure I t cashing the relief checks.
Pens: ers.will continue to cash
their i r ecks at the local banks.
it
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roit A.'.ttr.ir
I sa.l as lt cr.
:h southwest r
t
i.-..:t.5. .:.i :x
f - t
'a C"c't G

$43.9 I'Zizn
r.iinlns: Aid

Poland and the United States
that will provide the Gomulka
" J
t ;,
extend Poland a $30,000,000
tr'..
In Ja p Cou H
Girard in the accidental killing
of Mrs. .Naka Sakai, Jan. 30.
while she was scavenging scrap
metal on thf American, firing
range. The- official v charge is
"causing a death by "wounding"
and Girard could be '-sentenced
to anythine from a, few days to
20 years If convicted, r-
Lccd 5:3 To Iter
D:!::!j cl l!::ui.-;3 ;
Projccl Tcr.::!;!: V
De:tails of H proposed housing
project which will provide them
with low-rost-pre-fabrlcated
,, .M ..... ,S' t
night before members mk
900. AFCSME. CIO-AFL. ?
The maio apeakor tonight will he
James CarroH, legal counsel for the
union who has been visiting the
Isthmus to survey the housing proj project
ect project which will be sponsored by the
union. y,
Carroll arrived on the Isthmus
last -Sunday, together with A. M.
Zander, international represen representative,
tative, representative, who spent only two days
here. They came at the Invita Invitation
tion Invitation of Trans-Amer'can Indus Industries,
tries, Industries, ft Panama corporation
which has been selected to pro provide,
vide, provide, the pre-f abricated houses
for unions members.
' Local 900's president. Harold
WllUams said today that an ef effort
fort effort will .be made to pet their
workers properly organized so
that the housing program can be
worked out. -
Details of how It will work will
be discussed by the visiting un union
ion union official.
The meetlnr will be held t
the Rainbow City gymnasium.
: Bikes Pile Up -:
At Balboa Jail V
; Two boys bicycles are taking
up space in the Balboa Police
Station waiting lor tne own
t. .k.M MM ...
The cycles were found In the
Balboa area,, ana ponce wouia
like the owners to claim same
' a
Ws-: "T II r-.ovr e'--?
-e A- ar.ue -Oean ::-e
a. Ti-e r'; cf t,-t r.l
"as.. a;j frc-n r:y mouth.
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fr t.-.t C. fi. yT fronv

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Cop Not Guilty of

Oh Mother; Boy
'Ruling that a Canal Zone po policeman
liceman policeman Alexander J. McGUncey
was preserving the custody .of a
prisoner when he tried to dispel
an, unruly crowd m Rainbow ci city
ty city last month, Acting Cristobal
Magistrate Charles Garcia ab absolved
solved absolved the policeman of guilt-on
a battery charge.
The Magistrate yesterday told
a jammed courtroom, composed
mainly of Rainbow City, resi residents,
dents, residents, that McGlincey was mere merely
ly merely performing his duty. 1
He aald that It wa Jvery
clear" that the disobedience of a
Rainbow City youth, Frederick
McDonald, (who earlier In the
day jhad been found guilty .of
falling to obey an arresting of officer)
ficer) officer) resulted in the policeman's
ectlons.
. Breaking down several wit witnesses'
nesses' witnesses' stories rhat the crowd
was composed inatnly of chil children,
dren, children, : McGHncey's attorney,
William J. Sheridan, was able
to bring out the point that the
crowd was close to 200 people,
many of them. : adults. They
were making menacing, ges gestures
tures gestures towards the policeman,
alone on duty at the Barbuda
Intersection of Randolph Road.
' Sheridaa nolnted out that cot
one nerson in tne crowd came
forth to help tne pouceman, w-
tpougn many aanunea, iiuuuoi
testimony that they were aware
of the lack that he was about to
arrest McDonald when the inci
dent flared Bp. -
Th vouth admitted earlier
I.--iIM .ii ii.iwmiiii Mrinllnew'e
,, st tai. come forward and
ive his name.' McDonald, was
one oi a group oi iwcu v
crosswalk on May 24 when the
fracas occurred. In pursuing the
youth Who fled from the police policeman,
man, policeman, McGlincey threw his night
stick, and finally caught McDon McDonald,
ald, McDonald, who then began kicking him
and trying to escape from the
policeman's hold. 4
vesterdav. after; a procession
nf witnesses were called In the
first case 'Involving ww wainc
violation charge against; Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, the youth ; was found
guilty. ; ''."
Tmno-itlon-, of tentence was
suspended for a one-year period.
on condition mat ne noes nui,
violate any- laws of Panama, or
the Canal Zonev J- v
. Defense eounsel S. T. Fran Fran-kel,
kel, Fran-kel, in summing h ae,
made aa Impassioned plea for
the youth, whe he said was
chased by the policeman a
1f be were Teter WilUams ar
another notorious criminal
u. riaimed in his summation
that If McGlincey' wera a level-
(Contioued aa ragv j
Pcrcn nepsrfed
5!:ri:r. Kla-iaiix
lnAr;:r.!i33 ..V'
" tTrt Tin JANima June T
(Up) The newspaper Globo re reported
ported reported this week that ousted ex-
president iu u. ru
dered hU fouowers w -I7!u
k'jx Klac-type organization'
In tlna to punish his foes.
r s Buenos Aires corres corres-t
t corres-t said he had seen pa-
r s, inrludinr letters from Pe-
ron's on hand, ft'derlrra- aeents
of the deoosed tMctator to in increase
crease increase acts of whotare and ex extend
tend extend their errrent radio propa propa-rendo.
rendo. propa-rendo. camraien. "
"The most Impressive of the
documents wa one rennar to
n orpanl-atlon called PeonJe's
JuiUce whose initials In Ssa Ssa-I
I Ssa-I h JDP are he same as P P-ro"
ro" P-ro" '.. The G'ob sfor sa!d.
T: is org anlAn ws n
function In everr city or vil
lage... !'h a secret si. hoods
and lr.. -tion rites. Ir.ach ctlon
i n err.rc-ered to oass Isdgtnent
and erec-te sentncea"
r.v.vj ia nMers for the ere-
s':-n cr jnr aumonze r
rrrrvers to "execute the desth
per.al'.v la any manner" on Pe Perot!
rot! Perot! i fa It said to particular
t!-st "aU vrho took oart in the
d.5r'5r-re of Iva Peroa's
bp"' r?t
T.:t t 7 cf Mrs. Peroa. who
C 'i r rsncer In 1852. dlstp dlstp-from
from dlstp-from a shrine 1 Buenos
. after Petoa was aver-

Battery

On Probation
lli!!:n Florida,;: ;
I'rcdi Concerns
G:d For El Pcnema
v The Klrketty Hotels "Corpora "Corporation
tion "Corporation which has operated Hotel
El Panama since the capital cl
ty's top hostelry opened about
five years ago, may 'not ruii ilt
after the expiration or us pres
ent contract, It. was. learned to-
Klrkebv'a eontratt runs
throueh Dec 31. 1957. i
f Rumors .have been circulating
for some months that the board
ot directors of the hotel, were
considering, off era from Other op operators.
erators. operators. 'v "'-'i
A spokesman for1 the board
confirmed this todays ) ?
' Among'the offers being atudv
led Is one from the Hilton
chain, and others from hotel J
operating; concerns in Florida '!
-'ad;:Nvada.;vv"f
'Th6-' cpokesman added that
Klrkeby's bid to contlnue"oper-;
atloa of the luxury hotel 'was
being given full consideration a-long-wlth'
the othera:V.p'"-' RvM
f A meeting : of ; ht 300-6dd
stockholders T the owning; cor cor-poration
poration cor-poration has been announced for
June' 20. J : 3
Atthat time.'tne stockholders
are eperteif-to' authorta!e!!vU
board fcu.ie Its iud-'ment-ltt ne
gotiating a ne -.act.
If this occurs; a decision v be before
fore before the end of the month is ex-
Dected,-"r:'"-'.'V.irV; r'- rr:f
Hotel Mafiager Joseph Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham ; a. Kirkeby employe,
has been In the states tn -vacation
for several weeks,, the board
of directors spokesman saia.

A-Scientist$ Clash Over Ike's
.. ir.' V, 4t I,-.:- 1 "j t :--,
Report On Radiation Hazards

- WASHINGTON June 7 VP)
Two Atomic scienUsts clashed to today
day today over whether a report cited
by President Elsenhower a 'the
basls-i for continuing nuclear
weapons tests is "'seriously out of
date" and no longer valid, f. k-'
. Dr. Walter Selove, ( chairman
of the radiation hazard com committee
mittee committee of the National Federa Federation
tion Federation of Scientists, told a congres congressional
sional congressional atomic energy subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee studying fallout that the re report
port report was outdated. r .; ".
He suggested more recent
date would alter its t eoeln?
alona ;.
Dr. Schields Warren, former
director of the Atomic Energy
Commission's biology: and medW
cine division, countered that ne
knew otno.. new,' Information
which, would change the report's
conclusions. Wsrrea helped pre pre-tiare
tiare pre-tiare the report. '.
, The report was issued last Jane,
by the National Academy oi sci sciences.
ences. sciences.
- 4 It uJd In effect that the ra
diation basard was negligible
ander current twtinr rates.
' Elsenhower told a news confer conference
ence conference vesterdav he went by the
report in decidln to continue A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb and H-bomb testa.
The conflicting 'test lmonyj
came amid these other develop developments
ments developments an the fallout problem:
Ren..r:lintoa P. Anderson D-
NJft), a member of the House
Senate Atomic Committee, call
ed on Blsenhowwier to proposa
an aereement with Brltn tnd
Russia tnat would umit tne an
nual output o? fallout from
torolc tests. ' 1 ;
He aaUl something wast
dnno ate.
The Senate Internal Security
mkmmTiirtff auboensed Dr.
Linus C Pauling, Nobel Prlie
wnr.trt chemist. to find out
oreranlza-j
whether "Communist
Hons art ocx.iiia im K"--'""
. ceJn" Z.- rZZ.4
ljuuvh o A,hi

. . t'ther can be."'

Llomic Veaoons tests under an
airtight and too! proof inspec
tion" system,
Selove said Hessian atomic
tests last XU Increased the a-

THE PULSE ':
OF PANAMA

',THE NATIONAL LIBERAL
Party has decided to continue its
"elevated and patriotic'?; opposi
tion to the government of presi president
dent president Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
The decision was arrived at
during a meeting held Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night amid rumors that the
Liberals,' led by Gulllermo B.
Quljano, would accept an offer
to -iota forces with presiaent ae
la Guardia by demanding the
direction of one -ministry and
twov? autonomous atata institu-
Uonsiv'.;;tv;,:!;t.f::y'...r;V ?
? However, with former Presi Presidents
dents Presidents Enrique A. Jimenes and
Roberto F, Chlart and Other
prominent politicians present,
the Liberals v decided t not ; to
take sides in the present poli political
tical political conflict- brought about by
the resignation of Vice-President
Temlstocles Dias from the
National Patrlotlo Coalition.
Press reports today indicate
that 40; businessmen are in vol v
ed In smuffellne precious gems
into -'Panama in order td avoid
the payment of duty..
The eems and other Items
were discovered during a aearch
of packages consigned to-; local
businessmen by customs. k.
new' intl-nolsa elty ordl-;
aaneeis expected, to; be -Issued!
by tomorrow. The ordinance
ll embody all previous regu-.
lations governing the blowing
of auto horns, the playing iof
juke boxes and the use ef
loudspeakers. - i
Speculation wg. rife tfina ihat
u the Civil Aeronautics ueparw
r . . . 4 j. ..
ment win not give permission' tor
a plane loaded with sooo ids. oi
dynamite caps to una ai i ocu
men.
- The owners of the plane have
requested permission "for the
plane to land at Tocumen June
mm a a M I a I
11,10 iftaia on aiuvie v ;
mount of Strontlum-90
In the
U.S. soil by one-third. i
Strontium-90 Is the most
dangerous long-lived radloae-
tive material In worldwide a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic fallout..':-. f':, '.s
It enters the bones of man by
way of milk and the vegetables
he eats. Enough of it can cause
bone cancer and leukemia. .:
Dr Charles L. Dunham, pres
ent director of the AEC's biology
and medicine division, said sci science
ence science has found no way to get
strontlum-90 out of the blood
stream once it gets lodged there.
He said scientists are working on
the problem but progress "has
been discouraging."
Nearly all the scientists a-,
greed that research tha
biological affects of faJloat
should be stepped ap. V
- Selove said present Informa Information
tion Information about fallout la so uncer
tain that even the best estimates
could be wrong by, 1,000 per
cent -- -
.It jrobably will be a genera genera-Uoa,
Uoa, genera-Uoa, or so years, before we
know what, the effects are," be
said. "-. m '-i '- -" I
la Pasadena,' Calif., Pauling
said he would welcome the
chance to appear before the sub
committee. 1
"I would be pleased to have
the opportunity to help td edu educate
cate educate some of our representatives
In Washington ou this matter,"
ha said.
-- "I feel sure that It will do
some good to the world for me
to be able to tell them about the
dangers of atomic wars and of
fall-out radiation."
President Eisenhower told his
sews eanf erence y e s t erday
that maay af af the scientists
calling for aa end af aUmle
tests "seem te be getting awt
belr ews fields ef eoanp-
tenee. . ana n aooaa ic
- fflr
: nart Cf -wicked onranlaatioa.'
He said many are "as honest as
Pauling was accused by
the
House committee on U-Amert-csa
Activities In HS1 of partld-
patln? In Communist front ot ot-ganlzations.
ganlzations. ot-ganlzations.

I

East-West

0 Ballet Dancers
Offered By Russia:

i WAHIKIfiTDKI 'lnn 7
f o sar aai s vi i rpiiw i
today appeared sympathetic

ror cuirurai exenanges running rrom Doner dancers te'a
mining engineers,
. The, Soviet 35-point program includes' swapping I
tours by the Bolshoi Theatre Ballet troupe and the Phila- -delphia
Orchestra.
The United States cut off the East-West cultural ex-"

change program last fall after Russia crushed the Hun-.
garian revolt However, there have been a few exchanges
in recent months. - j -i- : f

: rive .doyier raaio experrs were expecreo ro arrive ifj,
the United States soon possibly today to attend tt
radio engineers conference-in Washington,, Four, U. S.
radio engineers recently attended a similar meeting in
Moscow Y;. -H' : )&YYY:-;-t

MOSCOW, a j v
Soviet "Ambassador- G'eorgi'l N'.
Zaroubln yesterday outlined -the
plan to William Lacey, specUl
assistant to. tne secretary oi
State for East-West exchanges.
The two-hour conference .was
arranged at Zaroubln's request.
we had an exhaustive discus
sion of the detail, of the Eastr'
West exchange program" Lacey
said through a spokesman. "If
negotiations continue to be suo
cesstuiMhere proDaDiy ,wm,u ne
mora "exchanges in the near iu
ture."- - i '
' Under the plait laid before the
State ; Department, the Sovietl
Union would send the- Boisnoi
Theatre Ballet troupe and roin
ing, chemical and other delega
tions to the unitea Biaies.
The Soviets proposed In re
turn that the Philadelphia eym
nhonv orchestra. .American ar
tiss, and American scientific and
technical personnel, visii we ou
vlet union t,-.l:v.j':.- r."-."-'''
zaroubln said ; he "made i.
number of specific ;: suggestions,
Including the proposal that the
Bolshoi Theatre Bauet.tne mov
scev folk, dance troupe, and sev
Civic Groups Ask
Latin Americans
ToCui
The rnnoress of Latin Ameri
can Clvlo Councils yesterday
called on all non-UJS. ciu?pns
residing on the canal zone to
cooperate .with the Civic Coun
cils in their eiiori w conwoi uic
operation' of contraDana acuvt
ties In their respective commu-
nltlee .... '' '.
Strongly denouncing this In Infraction
fraction Infraction of commissary regula regula-ttona
ttona regula-ttona sit its last meeting, the
instructed reoresenta
tive. of the different councils to
caution residents of the danger
involved from misuse or meir
fnmmixsarv and other privileges
and suggested that children be
properly Instructed about the
importance and proper use of
Mentifiro.tJon-iuivilece cards..
The coneress said It urges all
non-U-Scitizena and their de
pendents, residing on tne uansu
Zone, to refrain from joining
with lrresponsioie non-snai
Zone residents- In this Illegal
practice. . f "-t- w "-"
. vmniovea who assist, or whose
dependents assist. In jriolations
of this kind are recklessly and
unprofltably gambling with their
intMMt and wua uie present
and future welfare of their 1am-
lUes. the congress aaia. -.
Articles purcnasea mu oe ror
the personal use of the person
fnr hnm the nrivtlefe Is auth
orized or of the whoUy depend
ent and leeai memoers ox nia
Immediate family actually resid residing
ing residing with him,
viniatinne of these retrulatlon
are punishable by withdrawal of
employe privileges, suspension
without pay, or discharge from
service with objections to re-em
ri,wmnt nn the Canal Zona.
Residents were reouestd to
mnn-nmrtm wllh the QvlC COUn
ells In tbetr effort to control
contraband In La Boca, Paralso.
Santa Cms and Palnbow City.
The congress will hold anoth another
er another meeting to discuss further Its
plan to have the communities
mnre aware of. the daniers af
engaging la coovaDana.

Trade

tlP Tk. Ilnitai fr.to
W ., af S a W M af tjf 1
to a big new Soviet proposal-
the United fttitea -
The' Soviet en vov-' mentlonea
tha PhUadelnhla Svmnhonv nr.'
chestra as one of the American
cultural groups which would be
invited to the Soviet Unlom, A
compeutive concert" In memo-
ry of Tschlakowsky 1 to ba hel4
Moscow cany next year.
4 ji inniiinsi er saw,aw
that the Soviet proposals In--'
elude a tour of -the United
States a year' age, and Soviet
violinist Leonid Slogan. r ;
i.i ' -' '.
The proposals also' covered an
exchange of mining, chemistry.
heavy machinery., radio and
medical scientists. Representa Representatives
tives Representatives of American and Soviet
colleges and universities also
would be exchanged.
Soviet officials said tha ap appoint
point appoint proposal Included soma
atiariraaflrkna. -vnmAm th. ttt-mtm t
Department In 1955 and 1956
and "soma new programs." Near Nearly
ly Nearly all of tha- exchanges would be begin
gin begin next year although ..soma
would occur this year.-
AI Gorcus:;
After Pilching ; j
From Dock Scalfoldi
A laborer for BUdon,' Inc. who
tcu on a. oviiwia aiuvnik a cca
above the surface ot tha water
at Dock 15 in Balboa yesteday
was considered to ba getting a
long well at Oorgas Hospital to-
dsy.VV' .'r
The injured Panamanian, Ar-
chibald Gordon, 23, was replac replacing
ing replacing wooden pilings at the dock,
working on a scaffold when one
end of it broke. Gordon fell with
the scaffold to a camel below..
, According to .a police report,
he was placed oa a litter nd
taken by 'the launch S-S. baa baa-gull
gull baa-gull to Dock 17, and .from ther
by ambulance to Gorgaa Hospi
tal where he was admitted for
observation of possible internal
mlurles. v : t ; "-
v.''. .Vr"; t.
Gordon resides at Parqua La
levra in. fanamsw ' v
Rumored Slayfnj
Of Priest :;Briziss
Poles To Streets1
- "WARSAW. roU4. isjaw T (Ul
Official raosrta ssraoaM re4ay.
tkM oacbed erOa oaaawaM m -the)
Soot oraof boeeoteS sa
ltu, roUaA rooootr
tear Hm roaaeroi eiayha ef a to-
bmo Caefcoi a. -
to Ik. to orKciol "natroa
oiorf si4
boate sd roMsod by --too
too --too tocioit took a4ac a tt
SJUolao eT wkoea so Soviet ""
auMaiM fe taeeeoastora m a-
Uoeaat W boaas ff mmh
ro oovor ot reuse, w mmmm
ot WeOTeUw tVaaoolk oaat a



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Sir. y,l'; ,
t It' Is a common saying that' the Isthmian weather never
ineei in soX respect, this is true but In other respects it
fSt ho? KWr-idi variances. We .have been
fin &S!iSSJ .Atlantic Jgffiffi

cause of the hard-packed eartn

on or tne variance!

of 1818-20 On May 10,

Labor Mews

And'

Comment

suss. ... ..v 1 firnt. relehratlon of ran-

Another variance iw""iS"Tta festivities last-

irday until midnight
Ntn fell that whole

eek. but there was a shower hww SLu-t. ,nrtd

.! ahowiot vic r- k i on

nir jam

'iomen. Celebrants cavorted

close. ao .11 niffht: some snatcn-

around in the day-time a"'JS' The beloved mayor, the
course, ham was done to the P" .,ometlmes spotty
Sometimes the dry B2fJ"l2t writer remembers

;3n Aeain toe wmer remembers a certain April 13 in tne
JtSfu&fito Colon and water was knee deep in

the streets.
1 4M.u.4l

' KVnmillH ilAlCT uivuvmw i

aatasUc to &e extreme, to that Dam, iw

! iv thir advanced.

Regarding the present usu.. w tired of saturat

o tne .an, T.' Vi, ind from

thU part: of the worKv wm" hl 77. tin tew

PSL- 111 of thrunited States, thus.

1VV"iD?"ri7."iSrhave fallen.on Texas and Okia-

r1 BMtdth Dune Nature permitted
IS" weaker to S? jSf '.wffitlnr.toriii'J.
a5 hWh water. Ve. fantastic but a bit intriguing.
VJSLATaoatt can hold onlv so much moisture.
TWa anfrM. i it V :'' .

itiniMl, when Texas, murmurinir over J Hm PW,
'J&tttetikm to see what tter could. do.

either mutt suffer.

1 Tfc n 1n 1831.

rou8n ,cpnw8ca--:- ..ii. ,-nurihes W no

VnthlB reSTJltea. r-io.ycr -I rj u.. m.

t i. uhmitin tnm are wiuucui urn.

ftoppera

1

11 is nos riuiD. .rv,.'" v noil

. ii HM.U, A con ATiT.iinin. nibS 1L VA U5

stoppers, rop whkuw fJV: ,.,rh too.

then he says -Texas is a wa wan.

Ittle.'

W. C. Hasklns

ANSWE1UN0 MR. WOOD

trt address Mr.

Thioueh your mucn.'reaa umj-pmww- th,.,.

?ne Any uay. . : .w. t n old time.

" - . . ixMrknristntTai nnn ujirsuicsi

than Just a causai vwiwr pcub"j yvu "-'r. 'QT.
BTthUot regular Adventist To begin you .fclfW stated

ou "attended tne morning wvico

F4$gfiX. that 7olt,

L.tM aiA4M Ait vrvirs' aisn tvnaL vne cniucu

KVEU1UK KA V 4W -

wuy cdupb v,r: rr:.-- did. that

as not given witn a wuung nerw t;
v.. ntTiDi vhv mention It as though H nas

ITyWZWcnrmYon brought out later to the
arucl. you also interpreted the meaning of the program very
eU Mto be isonsldere. a Jaltor "missionary worlt in the home
base." -Then your --xt observation la wortny of comment be because
cause because T5u turned "to a sister who sat beside" -you. That Is a
known fact that SDA address each other as -sister and bro brother,"
ther," brother," and you did not miss it to be a newcomer, but the next
statement attributed to this sister betrays your true identity
tor no "sister" addresses our leaders as "minister of the
church She is most likely to say the elder, or in this -case
Th pastor of the church."
i ; ohy do you resort to such charges and ommlsslons, con
lectures, etc., in order to expose yourself Jff'
malicious tale-bearer, a person fit to be charged with libel,; for
certainly your aim la singular: de. uation of character through
malice on your part; and that directed to one Individual, the
one you address as the "reverend gentleman. Certainly your
misrepresentation. of the facta, as tbev are known to those
present 1 enough evidence that your attack In such a manner,
through this column, which Is read' by myriads of PeoPj'J
biased and individualistic and has no resemblance of a heart
that Is yearning for a true revival to Godliness even ."as the
hart paateth after the water brooks, (so panteth my soul after
TMayay, Mr. Wood, that you have had much more lutk
than-sense as the saying commonly goes, because you .state
that yoa have intended many times to write to the Mall Box
buthave never done so before. May I ask Just what was to be
gained by this sudden burst of Journalistic feeling of Vslng the
Mall But It Is because you heard the pastor speak and did
not understand him, or did he touch a vibrant chord that you
would prefer he had not touched? As a visitor It would seem
.ttiat you have allowed yourself to be disturbed by the trivial
matter of misunderstanding amongst the church members, as
yinx say, "over what" you "do not know." If you are so
eislly disturbed not being baptized (I am taking your-word
lor it), what would you do, being baptized, and facing contro contro-ltarslal
ltarslal contro-ltarslal questions about your faith; persecution, as 8DA knows
1; slander, as only you can dish out?
Tour article has caused much comment, It has cast quite
a! momentary spell on many interested friends of SDA, and all
bemuse you gave a fat offering but did not get your money's
z en assure you that the pastor, as you later call him In
ybur article, has a forgiving heart, he Is an understanding In Individual.
dividual. Individual. Be has had to deal with problems that ran very
cep asea. Any mistake that he makes he is willing to eor eor-ct.
ct. eor-ct. If If can be proven that it Is a mistake. If you noticed
that he has not been living up to the teachings of his mother
What's the way I Interpret your last -paragraph),. call his at attention
tention attention to It in a private manner. The press Is not the place
&r you have not attained the perfection mentioned in Matthew
for it Surely you have your own problems to contend with
S.U, and what if you were to discover that the Mall Box ran
s dally series of all your doings, naming places, individuals,
etc with whom you have bad trouble. -.
Tou are "longing for the day when ministers win stop as as-lax
lax as-lax the hour of divine worship" (another evidence of year
knowledge of ayiventist) "to stone the people with words." This
statement If you don't realize It covers a vast territory. Tour
longing for the day when mlnlsers wUl stop. You have been
attending churches. Mr. Wood, with the sole objective ef giv giv-It.g
It.g giv-It.g a fat offering for criticism. For any soul .that Is In search
after God will not see In every minister, the art of stoning
people during the hour of worship. 7
J if your mind vw bent on worshipping God (your own
words) vou would not have left with bitterness to your heart
but-wlta the understanding that SDA does not condone and
spiow wrong-doing in the church, as much as they hate to have
to can attention publicly to It and at times -to withdraw the
h&d of fellowship. This should have been a lesson, of church
discipline on behalf of members to you. but what you ourht
alter roa saw and went away bitter. "-v. r
Just to show you that I am as. brave a you are' (you
e!alrjel to have signed your name to the letter), I am not
Kirninc my name, it's not necessary, but I will tell you where
eaa reach the pastor In e nest Ion If ycu so desire phone
rsnama If you want to discuss the matter call him
and arrange for a hearing he will listen io you with no hard
fUng. If you don't want to do that then be bold enough to
t.ve yr.nr address through this same paper and he will be glad
to rit'.t with you. Remember he Is a servant of God On your
behalf. .'' .-., .,

held last month and. the votes

counted. . v ,-

Exactly 56.587. members, out of

nearly a million, bothered to vote
for the presidency of the national
union. The low vote .was exactly

53,460 voter cast for one -of t h e

eight vice-presidents. .That was the
range of balloting. In tall good u u-nion.
nion. u-nion. .';' ,.

No Isolated case." this. I've hit

some 90 cities during this past

year and. always nave asked locsl

labor people how many turn put
at union meetings. In Gary, some

steel workers' leaders told me
they're happy if 200 out of 20,000

turn out That's the pattern. In
one city built around a big elec electronic;
tronic; electronic; plant employing 17,000 skillr

ea ana lntemneni- worxeri, les

than 90A attand mmttlnn. . kate it With tiaht-ShortS that CO tO

KNow there is1 wrfnuscle In'ttesiphe knee Is Jittie short .of erimlnaL

' By VICTOR RIKSIt,

You are disturbed about the

down-trodden workers. I'm dis

turbed about the down trodden

workers. Everybody it disturbed

about the down-trodden workers

everybody, that is, e x e e p t the

aown-iroaaen worxers.

Scandals inside labor break like

Texas tornadoes, but where Is the

proletariat? it gees to the mo

vies or to bowling alleys or re remains
mains remains as immobile and unmoved
as a museum mummy in front of

the TV set..

If the proletariat, still believes

it has northing to lose but i t s

cnains, it's obviously thinking on only
ly only of those stored away in the
trunks of its new cars."

So a loud Bronx cheer for the
pride of the proieteriat-4he Us Us-JKK),000
JKK),000 Us-JKK),000 union members whe ge
everywhere except to ther union
metlngt. Thus they lose by de default
fault default their righf to complain a a-bout
bout a-bout dictators, big dippers M
the tills and those union chlefa

who become landed 'gentry at

making a business out of en i
deal.
Lest this Bronx cheer sound as
carping as it is rsspoing. permit

me some mathematical musings to

prove mat moots millions care

not whether they become mlHions

of erooked union chiefs. And they
have little pride in the crusaders
who lead labor. There wax an

lection, for example, in the Im Impeccable
peccable Impeccable International Assn. of
Machinists, whose President. Al

J. Hayes, is also chairman of the

afl-cio Ethical. Practices Coro-

Every one of the union's 950.-

000 members had a ehanee to

vote in this poll which e o m e s

once every four years The union's
constitution requires that each of
the 2,000 locals, or lodges, hold

ana open session sometime : be.

twen April-1 and April 15 of the

. "Mr. Mao, I Presums?"

f

V,fA Service Inc.

W A iTf T9TY T Ml saeaeeA

Slacks Must Go.
; By BOB RUARK;:;

s

of

h:d.i!iyOsih;:gtc:j

Qnnv-6d.Qcu::

y PKSW IAHOL

lea- like the dew. and have come

to one' conclusion. Bermuda slacks

ss formal attire for females .nave

got to go.

i The divine female form has suf

fered through many .vicissitudes.

but never has such a concerted
attack on female beauty b ee a

launched by the fashioneert. I am

basically a leg man, although I

have bees known to gsxe upstairs

.with gratitude. sut my joyaity

,Un with the leg.

There mty be nothing more ar

chitecturally rewarding to the eye

than, a female, leg, whether u is

viewed Id most of Us entirety or

hinted at by camouflage. To trun

unions.. No thug's shoulders blot

out the doorwsy. There is nothing

to fear. Yet the members Just

don't-care.; f V

Perhaps k Is different In Team

sters circles. But these rank-and-file
Teamsters are mighty men.
If they turned out to meetings en

mss. they couldn't get pushed

around. But they don't. Some of

the largest locals with 5,000 dues-

payers get J50 to a session.

You've heard'' much about the
great rebellion against Dave
Beck. Whet rebellion? I've tri-'
el to fetal, as carefully as a one one-men
men one-men survey can, the number ef
locals in which somebody has
spoken up against the president
they can't even reach by phone
a recorded answering service -tells
you the man IS unevallable
I count some 80 locals, with a

membership of less than 100.000

which have had the -time to be become
come become Indignant. This, out of a a-bout
bout a-bout 1,000 locals with 1 1,500,000
duespayers. You call this a rebellion?-
.

Even labor's leadership Is wea

ry over rank-and-file'apathy. There
is George Harrison, leader of the

Railway Clerks, whom manv. be

lieve may some day succeed
George Mesny. Recently Harrison

got the following off his chest:

I don't think 10 oer cent of

the total. membership resds the
publications of the individual Orga

nizations.

"We spend more than 100 oofl a

year for two publications distribut

ed to our members and It ia quite

apparent -to me very lew or our
members read our publications.

The most difficult problem facing
the union movement today ia the
lack of direct contact between the

members and the officers. The
members refuse to attend (lodge)
meetings in substantial numbers

and they de not read the publica-J

uons or ine unions.

They are too busy wstchint

TV, listening to the radio or tak

ing a ride ia the family car and
engaging ia other amusements.

.we are endeavoring to correct

this condition. Frankly we have

not found the answer."

Seneebedy- had better find the
answer. The satisfied mem Wort,
vhe come out only t. retify e
contract giving them a raise,
ought te be toM we're all In this

(To abet the crime, with long socks

and tennis snoes. waving nouung

but naked knee to the. gaze, is e-

ventually going to shorten the
birthrate.- You- might as weU- go
.marry a basketbaU. player. :
. Breed beamed mothers ef
' four push grocery prams around
in public, wearing long shorts.
Coeds at fraternity house Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night brawls shew up in'
shorts. At a rediscovered sophe-;
more, I have learned that the
reck 'n roll Is 'now an art form,
. distinctly divorced f r e nv the
waits, the fextrot and the tange-
and believe mo, friends, the reck
'n roll is rough enough when the
rockin' fellers are wearing dres.
', ses.
Little girls are designed differ

ently from little boys, and a lady

like rear is not exactly delicate in
any kind of pants. There may -be
some dolls .who ean wear bikinis

te advantage, hut the average lass

would do well to cover more thsa

she shews. At least, she should go
nearly naked if she has the shape

for it, or go decently covered up

to her bigger, bumps don't show. J cured by the sweatshirts and. the

The female teenager today, 1 1
believe, ia the sloppiest bit of fur furniture
niture furniture it has been my misfortune
to see. All they. need is Army
shoes to look like Broadway Rose.
We pitched a Saturday party the.
other day at my, : old fraternity
house, with two count 'em, two two-separate
separate two-separate bands plus the juke box,
and all the prCtty Ghi Omegas and
Pi Phis and Tri Delt lassies show showed
ed showed up in sweatshirts B e r m u d a
shorts, long socks, and actually,
tennis-shoes. Twenty-odd years a a-go
go a-go we wouldn't have let them in
the door. ' -.,-; ;
The gfrls are lust as v t e 1 1 1.

maybe, prettier, but all. I. could
think of from a. rear View as they
danced was that' shorts give: the

impression of two P'-gs fighting
under a blanket, Whai antf oea-

ty they 'may have owned was ods

JUNE
16th ;
1 -mmmm. S

knobbly knees and the g olf in

socks and the more than "casual
footwear. Girls may be compound'

ed of sugar and spice but t h e
wrong sort of garb C o m e s but

strictly nails, snails, and 'puppy
dog tails.-
' Another thing that struck me
as I drove through the suburbs
of Washington, W 1 1 m I p g t e n,
Charlotte; Richmond and ': ether;
places Is that women go out In
public wearing the s o horrible r
pin -curl things end v looking
like a wrath that God wouldn't
want to be Identified ,with. Heav-,
ens to Elizabeth, a" girl, must
have hard, enough a time .snar-

I ng a sucker without gettipd her

self pp in a frightwig for public,
display.'" ,1 ft !.; -: ,.;

U Call me ant 'bid' scold! but In my

day my gals,' and all the. other
gals, made. a slight fetish out of
appearing as maidenly as. possi possible,
ble, possible, and not appearing socially as

gymnastic major or a fugiuve

from the' Rltsfon 'ahot-put'-.team,

They, wore 8kirts add .troubled a a-bout
bout a-bout their hair, and if at the beach

they shoved themselves into shorts
they were the shortest shorts that
decency would 'allow, add you
were "suddenly struck with the 1m 1m-presidn'
presidn' 1m-presidn' that i vision of delight
had appeared in a blinding flash
on t hprison,- ; -v
. .'.':. '..;.v..' :..''v
, All I can 'sa In warning to the
younger set is that the best dancer
on the floor, with the 1 prettiest
face,' would have been a delicious
dream in a dress at that party the
other night in the Phi Kap house,
but got up in her sweat shirt, ten tennis
nis tennis shops, and long shorts, she
merely looked like a slightly ac active
tive active cow.

washtwcton There's been a

kit in the oarers shout dilfereni

rionartrrtontnl nudnets. not mucn a

bout the President's own White

During the 1952 campaign, Ike
iid in stand on the rear platform

of his special train and tell how,

when he was a ooy in amii,
and hi hrnthflra droDDed a nickel.

It sunned through the cracks of

the porcn, ana tney got wwi u

hands and knees to ti&n it out.

r.anml F.Uinhnwer.tnld the StO-

ry over and over again u n t i 1

newsmen knew it py nean as u
illustration of how he would save
every nickel if elected.

The vear that JUte was eiectea

iOKt Um last mi. iinripr Truman

the cost of running the White

House was $1,883,000. This year
Tka it asking s2.051.000 for serv

ants, gardeners, .food and otner

housekeeping expenses ior we jjwo

budget.

The cost of his oaice nas in

creased even more.

The last year -of Truman, the

executive office cost $8,160,000.

Eisenhower's first year it was

$8,725,000. This year, 1957, it i

$10,715,000, and for next year the

President. Is -asking iz,q,wb.

This does not include his" two

helicopters 'which are charged to
the Defense Department, his priv private
ate private plane which is charged-to the
Air Force, his military aides and

starts which are charged to? tne

Pentagon, nor his chaufeurs which

are charged to the Army. The tele

graphers and code room cryptogra

phers 'were civilians under FDR

and Truman but were put under

the Army, by Ike. It now takes

double the num ber of Army per personnel
sonnel personnel to do what civilians once
did.. .- $W--r -SfV '',:;(;; ii; -fe.

Figures- on .the total White House

staff are not available. But it's
estimated that the over-all figure
has about doubled, though this do does
es does not show in the budget, because
so much personnel is borrowed

from other departments.
The White House has grown un under
der under each succeeding president to
that it now occupies the building
which once housed the entire State
War and Navy Departments, adja adjacent
cent adjacent to the White House. Plans
are even under discussion to tear
this building down and replace it
with a moaern office building in
order to", house the evergrowing
White House offices.

Chavek' Public Works Committee
on a bill to create a Federal Out Outdoor
door Outdoor Kecreation Commission
TWo months later, -Goslin's bad badly
ly badly battered letter finally turned up
on the desk of Sen. James E. Mur Murray
ray Murray (D. Mont.) one minute after
. . I'l

Murray naa convened toe aeannx

oa the .Outdoor Recreation Com

mission bill in jus senate interior
committee.
Here's' what had happened -" to
Goslin's two-month-old letter: r ;
' 1 It arrived in Ch-vez' office

on March, in, was then forwarded
via the Senate post office to Mur

ray, wnose Interior Committee had

Deen assigneu tne pui ,,- woica

Gosun was mterested. ; u c;
- 1 ' .V
3- By mistake,' the Senate "post

office sent the letter to former: D D-linois
linois D-linois Congressman James C. Mur

ray in Chicago.

3 Realizing the error, the ex-

Congressman marked the envelope

. A. A- n- T j. SM i

tor return to oeuaiw dames c.

Murray ; of Montana at the U.S.
Capitol in Washington. But in some
mysterious way it wound, up in the

Montana state capitoi in Helena.
4 The state canitol readdrss-

ed it to the U.S. Capitol in Wash

ington, but by error wrote "Con

gressman" James E. Murray .in- f
stead .of "Senator."

5 For' the second time t h a

Senate, post office in Washington
sent the letter to ex-Illinois Con

gressman Murray in Chicago.

6 Ex-Congressman Murray

gain readdressedV the envelope to
Senator Murray in Washington.

Hut for the third time the Senate

post office returned it' to ex-Con-

gressman Murray in Chicago.

. Finally. ex.- Congressman
Murray made sure that the let letter
ter letter would get te the Senator. He
placed the letter in a hew envoi-
ope. end addressed It to Senator
James E. Murray, Room II, Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Qffice Building, Washington,
.CV.-srC.V- rSjn-t f f-V
Senator Murray finally sot it on

May 15 two months after it;as

written, and Just one minute, after
the hearing at which Goslin want want-0,0.(0
0,0.(0 want-0,0.(0 testify 'had begun,y

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lamnn

Your good buy

arb mado
at a good jovclcr's

' WAMO'D CENTER 't ;
m ciNTPJu. Avinui, fauXm-

THEY NED BILLY GRAHAM

'U.S. Ambassador Charles Bohlen.

best informed, diplomat we have

eversent to. Kuala, got only nine

minutes ;with President Eisenhow

er .during; his recent stay in the

USA. Ike did not. seem particular
ly Interested ip talking to him fa fa-bout
bout fa-bout our chief rival.

IBarbara Ward. British-horn ail.

cnoress, got u, minutes, in great

oeiau. she twa tne. President a
bout her recent trip through Afri Africa.
ca. Africa. The President listened care.

fully, said nouung until the
end. Then- he remarked 1

'What those people need Is" Bil

ly uranam." .

.
- POSTAL GO-ROUND

A Colorado .official who waited

two ; months (without an answer

from Sen. Dennis Chavez (D. N.
M.) has finally learned why Cha Chavez
vez Chavez didn't answer hir letter It's
probably the greatest postal merry-go-round,
in Summerfield histo history.
ry. history. Jk-- ';r.-n ' !" v

f The State official. Ival V. Galin.

of the Upper Colorado River Com

mission, had written March 12,
asking permission to' testify before

, FORMOSA-GO-ROUNO
Latest State Department wise,

crack: "John Foster Dulles should

call on Bill Knowland. the Senator

from Formosa, and -ask for an of

ficial apology.',' ..Chiang has talk talked
ed talked about paying; the USA an offi official
cial official visit: this year,, It's now out out-Chiang
Chiang out-Chiang ia, Just is unpopular on
Formosa as Americans are. When
he first arrived,' his troops;" Were
credited with killing aome 60,000
native Formosans. The native For For-mosan
mosan For-mosan la indigenous-to the island
and J not Chinese. Fob m any
years Formosa wai under China,
then, it ,was iaken by Japanrfow
is under Chiang JCai-shek and the
USA. During air the talk of 'who

vemshould govern Formosa, nothing

has been said about the long-suffering
Formosanr people Maybe
they should govern, themselves .v.
Chiang's twd brother? .- in -. law ;

T. V. Soon g and H. H. Kunxi are

reputed to be among the wealthiest

men in the world. They live in

New York, havent been -to th e

Far East for years...Dean Ache-

son as Secretary -of State consis

tently argued that.- the Chinese

mainland could not be ; retaken
from Formosa. Presidents Truman
supported him. Acheson. claimed
Chiang's biggest mistake was in

failing to lift the poverty-stricken
masses of the Chinese people. As

a result he has no real. following

in China. .- .i t

i ''vllbleles Inlcramcrlcenos, S. A.
. , 1 .:" ... .' .!.( -r
' Thf sharehotdera ,of Hotelea Interamericanos, S. A
, ire ( hereby notified that; a Special Meeting; of aharo-.
holders will ba held at 8jOO p.m.t'-Thursday, Juna 20
1957 at tha Washington S&4pn, at the El Panama
Hotel situated at No. 111 Via Espafia, Panama City f
Panama, in order to approve .or" reject' a rasolution
authorizing tha Board of Plrectors to execute ft 6n-,
tract leasing'- the properties of ,tha company. pW

Panama City, Panama, Juno 7, 1957.?

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DIAMOND NEEDLES
Reg; $30.00 ;

Now $14.75

s
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No. 9-13 Across La Merced Church
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rMU&Xr'V-W'ifcy''- ' ' '"

0

t

Quarter Trillion $s Is Dill
For American Goods; Services

NEW YORK (tP) Americans
tr going to1 heU out more than
"quarter of m .trilUon dolUri this
rear for goods and services.
This record 277 billion dollars
. fr .vprvthing automo-

' biles, houses, clothes, ic cream
sodas, haircuts, vacations and e e-,M
,M e-,M few bets on the ponies, u
Imagerabout WW Jot every
man, woman and child in the u u-nited
nited u-nited States.
' It will about 10 trillion dol.'
lars moro than wo spent I a at
-"will help keep the wheel r of
Industry humming along ai
21ertoveniin(
aes spending will add fuel to the
rise which fs expected to carry
the gross national product the
produced to a new peak of s
?alue of aU goods and services
biUion dollars this year. --.
Consumer spending is the most
Important cog In the wK.il six
ttmos the amount to be spond
1 en Industrial o x p a n i o n and
three times the outlay by gov-
, ernment. '
- tm niui KiKfts. tha consumer ap-

- pears to bo .better of financially
Ihaa ever before, posable ia-
4. ( warA hicb. Savings

and emoloyment art near their

; best levels. f
The iconomic outlook,' on the
: iiA 'fw months. a x o,

! hriirhtened considerably ana

many experts look for better busi busi-aess
aess busi-aess in the months ahead, r; v,'

AM those factors, economists
predict, will eombne to keep'
consumers in a buying mood.
" Industry is; expected, to, spend
some 37 billion dollars for expan expansion,
sion, expansion, a gain of a billion dollars

over 1956. Federal,' state and lo

cal agovernment will shell out -a
round 106 billion dollars up r more
than 6. billion dollars from last
yar.

The picture is not all res y,
however. The economy this year
has been going through e rolling
adjustment some industries de declining
clining declining and some edvencing.

The over-all result has been a

general -levelling off in the econo

my, ' i'

Inflation is another bugaboo. E-

conomists figure that at least
half the gains in spending this

year will be the result of higher

prices. The other half will reflect

increases in unit volume.

Living costs in the United- States

have hit new all-time high in each
of the. past eight months, and re

cent wage and price increases

leave little hope of an early re reversal,
versal, reversal, ,

Body On Pavement
Proves To Be Dad
LOS ANGELES, June 7 (Ut) I

Mrs.. Paul Oliphant, 35, was shop

ping, Wednesday when she was1 at attracted
tracted attracted to a crowd surrounding a

man sprawled in the street.
Glancing at the ma on t h e

pavement, she realized with a

shock that it was ., ner, tatner,
Morris Osterman, 67, who had
been hit by. a car while- .crossing
the street.,.
. t r i i i ; 't f i
' His condition was reported as
"satisfactory" by attendants at
Santa Monica Hospital, ..'

Reconciled Couple
Awoif Fifth Child ;
HOLLYWOOD, June 7 (TJP)-Ac

tress Jeanne Crane and Paul
Brinkman ; Wednesday t announced

the expected birth of-their fifth
child in November. ; ;

The iouple was reconciled New

Year s Eve after a notiy coniesi coniesi-ed
ed coniesi-ed divorce. They -were married In

-

Ilhlionalisl China

ANOTHFR CONQUEST Britain's Princess Margaret, whose

name has been linked romantically with a number of men since
J the end of her romance with Capt Peter Townsend, adds an an-"
" an-" other admirer in this-Cub Scout rubbing' his nose in bashful'
i admiration. The princess, as president of the Church of England
Youth. Council, visited the group of Girl Guides and Wolf Cub :
Scouts at the Harcliffe Housing Estate in Bristol, England.

"BOsWaLD iACOBY
Written for NEA Service; i

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Vl4i r. 'i"r- i'
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S!!Jtone vubimible
SMk (jWeet orth iEeet
1 tPFiM S .Pass
. I y s Tais-va Pass
gV.Te9tis.' Pass Pm
. eOpening ieeeV!4 -j.:'

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Shocked By Ike's
Stand en Red Trade
TAIPEI. June 7 ("UP) Nation

alist .Chinese' government v circles

expressed shock .: and amazement I

duly jrrenueui tiwciuronrci o
statements indicating, he favors a
relaxation of trade bans' with Red

Chiins.' ; 1
The Foreien Office withheld offi

cial comment, but other officials
privately expressed their d 1 a a p-

pointroent at Eisenhower's state statement
ment statement yesterday. -,
They-said the president's news
conference remarks Wednesday
apparently conflicted w i t h the
strong support the United States

has given the Chinese embargo at

the Pans talks. -..
The Nationalists have made
clear repeatedly their view that
Red. China has done nothing to
warrant relaxation of the embar embargo
go embargo imposed during the Korean
war. Vi", .:,.-.','''

Should include
4 WONDERFUL WEEKS

' , 13th Annual
Daily Vacation Billc School ;
JUNE 10 JUNE 25
: 9;00 11:30 A.M..
- ifree bus ride No tuition
' BIBLE STUDY GAMES HANDCRAFT.
SINGING REFRESHMENTS STORIES
1 4j TEACHERS AMPLE CLASSROOM
. ill"ENROLL TODAY :

CALL 2-1727' :

9th Annual

Taboga Island .Youth Camp
JULY 29 AUG- 10
912 years July 29 Aug. 3
13 up Aug. 5 Aug. 10
Trained counselors years f experience
camp nurse American style food
hiking swimming, r-shell collecting
. campf ires handcraft Bible sstudy. ti
pictures boating volleyball fishing
archery licensed lifeguard'

- REGISTER TOUAI

CALL 2-1727

'.- '",- .Sponsored by

First Baptist

BALBOA HEIGHT$rCZ.

VI M lit. M .!.

'Pedestrian
-Takes Revenae
HONG KONG, June 7 (UP)
Tsui Wan Hon, '20, admitted in
court today he had 'slashed tires
on 10 automobiles because he had
been run down by cars three
times, i

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ALL' LABELS

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Tel. 3-1285

T FOBGET- about- the bidding of
'today hand. lt bappens to be. a
" bridge problem which .occurs when
1 the contract is no-trumps -,
' The opening lead la the six of
lubs. Dummy- plays the seven ond
w Xsst the. deuce. Declarer wins
with his singleton i ace and the
problem Is to- make five. It is a
problem, therefore everyone knows
; where all the cards are,
i M you want 'the fun of working
this out stop here., If you want
the solution, here It is: ..
lead a heart to dummy's king;
return the -suit and finesse the
? lack Cash the two remaining
K hearU ond discard the eight of
v tlube Cram dummy. Be careful
' Bot to throw the four spot It Is a
- most Important card.
' The only .tough defense if if
West throws a diamond and East
a spade. Now you) take three dia dia-mood
mood dia-mood tricks and- the ace of
-padee. This gives you a total ef
; elne and joa- axe ready for ., the
iuule. ...
, y t .'-.'.'
- You Arrow list ia with a low
. apsde. He is down to clubs and

must lead mat suit. If' he plays
the king er Jack ef clubs dummy
- will make two club tricks. There-

-iere he plays the three spot West
must plsy the five and bow you
. are ready with that four ; that
you have -kept in dommy You
. must play that card.
West ie bow m the lead with
Ely the eight and a small epade
X. Ee must play one ef those
'trds whereupon yon takr the
last two tricks with the kiog and
, eevea.-

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Graduated strands from 14.95

were 70.00

in t

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Now $35.00

COSTUME
JEWELRY
Slashed
to 25

.LADIES
WATCH BANDS
' Solid GolJ

Were
17.50
21.00
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Extra Beauty Extra Value
Italian 18 kt. Gold
; Rings and Bracelets

Gold EARRII.'GS 50 OFF-x

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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1957
tv FOUR

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAlii NEWSPAPER

-

Social and ,Oti

erwi&e

; By .Staffers

&

anatna

T ;' ''"''U i ll.lt J. Y). 0.niAft

I JH mill to Mcrind Jf tUpu miwrmmmm

2-074 Lum 900 J 10

eWff

! :: -ft T. .y V -i
I it

L.t xr iTTPvnT At thi wedding of Miss Virginia Estrada Berg to Sgt. WlUiam
SSA2K!"ta& Posefwith'her attendants Misses Lollta Lowe, Lizzie f uazo.

1

I

RFCEPTION HONORS COL. AND MRS. PETER PEC A
SJING FINAL REVIEW HELD THIS MORNING

1 .. . vu In tinnnr nf COL Peter

! reception was held for the Colonel and his wife at the Al Al-Jbrook
Jbrook Al-Jbrook Officers' Club.

Officers' of jjsakuahim na inc,r w"c"
Col. and Mrs. Peca and their children Peter Jr,, Beatrice

J a t i. Ill luni Molldu on tne USWS Uiooons. xucy

r7to OctaaTNiw Yow, and visit JMt

gthe State before roca repwtMi
SFt. Bliss, Texas.

rs. Higmewar

Ftd At

Surprise Coffee
Mrs. Louis V..

Higbtower, wife

of Brie. General Hightower, was

honored by the members of the
Fort, Amador Amadors Wives
Club at a surprise coffee held on

...the name that

i wans lie most in gifts for menlw

M I N'S J E WELRY.-BELTS-AND.W A C J. E t S

"m. iiiniiiiMiiiiiwiitiiiiiiiii n i I m r.-. m

mat 1 1 hi -iirfrnffr

' f u-J. uittk frh cream

' i UD...J .iviu tlmnml

Qwlp stays sweet till the an Is
ur vour money back I

the terrace' of the Fort Amador

Officers' Club on Thursday morn

ing. Mrs. Hightower was present
ed with an engraved Paul Revere
bowl from the members of the

Club.

General and Mrs. Hightower are
being transferred1 to Quarry

Heights later in tne monin,
Miss Betty Bents T
Return- From -,

Art Studies In US

Mrs. Betty Bentz who has taugnt

art at the Balboa YMCA-USO for
several years will return to the

Canal Zone this week and resume

her classes at the "Y" on Mon Monday
day Monday June 10 at 7 p.m.

,Mrs; Bentz has been painting

in the Farnsworth School of Art

under the famous American paint

er, Jerry arnswortn.

Mrs. Bents is also planning a

Thursday morning class. These in

terested In enrolling may meet
Mrs. Bents Monday evening at
the Balboa YMCA-USO.
(Continued on Page &

Ijc sharp, it
as, i
JUNE 16-

Father's Day Gifts
from Felix's are that
Nice. Chooso your Gift
for Dad from the Hare,
Attractive assortment at
Felix B. Maduro
MAIN STORE ONLY
No. 22-06 Central Ave.
Phone 2-1771

frhe slim woo! knit suit will be seen In many sunny spots this
summer. This one Is elasticiied charcoal gray wool with deep
plunge back and cross straps that can be tied halter fashion.,
It's a Rose Marie Reid design. By GAILE PUGAS. NEA
Women's Editor. a:..; ,t

tuttmaett s
Whatever Happened
To The Lovely Bride?

Women are forever complaining

about how men change after mar-.

riage. .

Women change, too, accoramg 10

the men, and not always for the
better. Here are some of the not-

so-happy changes, -from.. a mans

point of view,

Before marriage she thought bis

job was important and utterly fas fascinating
cinating fascinating or so she led him to

believe. After marriage she

starts in to convince him he is o o-verworked
verworked o-verworked and underpaid. She re resents
sents resents the demands his job makes

upon time she thinks ought to oe

'hers.;. '.,';. ;

Before marriage she taucea in
glowing terms of "when we have a
home of our own.? After marriage
she talks -a bout how' bored
shr is with housework and the
same old routine, day after day.
' Before marriage she let-him be

himself., After marriage she starts
in trying to change him

Before marriage she wss gay
and vivacious. After marriage she

quit trying r to amuse and enter

tain him;-

WHO CARES ABOUT HIM? s A

Before marriage she looked her

very best for hlnu After marriage
she only dresses up for other peo people.
ple. people. v:
Before marriage she laughed gai gaily
ly gaily when he was in one of his "life
of the party", moods. After mar marriage
riage marriage if he cuts up a little she tells

self.' '.'-'';"';.;.':

' Before marriage she tried her

best to charm his family. After

marriage his parents became, her

in-laws and a cross to be borne.

Before marriage she seemed as

ready for adventure as he. After

marriage she started referring to
his dreams as "crary schemes."

Before marriage her job was a

job. After marriage it is the career
she gave up for him.

That s how marriage changes

some women and for the worse,

from a msn's point of view,-

Rici:l DisLTfcr.cc
Averted As I!::ro
Agrees To Sell Out

TOLEDO, Ohio, June 7 (UP)
A racial disturbance was avert averted
ed averted here Wednesday 'night when

a Negro car wasner agreed to

sell a house he had recently pur
chased in an all-white neighbor
hood.

A milling crowd of 500 resi

dents of the South Toledo resi

dentlal area gathered outside
the home of Jesse Lott. Violence

was ayerted when Lott decided,

to sell the new home for $7,000

to i adjoining A white property

owners.

At the heistht of the disturb

ance, 10 police cars containing au

officers responded to the riot

call. Lott, his wife and teen-age
daughter were unharmed, police
remained throughout the night
"I'm willine to take a one-to-

twd thousand dollar loss to get

out of here," Lott said. He re

fused to disclose how much he

paid for the home.

(13) and Rosem; coaies, james

Old Leg Vilh Yen

For Sombre Tunes

Dios From Gunshot

NEW YORKiJune 7 (UP) A

30-year-old ex-convict wno ap apparently
parently apparently had a yen .for somber

music was shot twice tnrougn
the head today on a quiet resi

dential street in Brooklyn.

The body of Roaldo Madonia,

whn hart a. strimr of 16 arrests

forburalary rane. assault and

other crimes, was found slump
ed 'in his car by a street sweep

Madonia had been free on bond

on a charge oi stealing money

orders from a post office

Connecticut.

Police said they found., a

blood-stained record album In

the rear seat of the car. The al album
bum album was titled: "Tristan and

Isolde, Prelude, Love: and. Death."

MOT I

PAasAcm rami

Tom con hova tollo-brown. fluffy-EtM paa paa-eakes
eakes paa-eakes whenem yon want them stow that Aaat
Joaiaa pancake saiz h pattod in the new aer aer-axtieally
axtieally aer-axtieally MaM tin! Ia the tin. Aunt Jeaaiaw
kps freak trndefinitdf. It's alvaye part and
mj M yeu can keep a supply handy all the tia.

WOKDEtrOL MjOTMCKT

Tsator the occanco mxy nwrphtt dt-Hmti, ko&Ura.
r -saack tbatf and eecullf on Fridays and
days during the year, your whole family will aajey a apooal
treat with Annt Jemima pwkaa. Se qmdc and eaey ta saaks
. . M Kpttidm and nuCy-iitht ewr thnrf
Bay a tia of Aaat Jemima paaeake saiz today M 7amU
eCOOOeatsngl "

- i a new touch '5
jh fortyour beauty-?

Ex-Canaster

For Police Attack

new yoRK, June t (up)

District Attorney Frank S. Ho Ho-gan
gan Ho-gan said today that ex-gangster
Mickey Cohen could not $e pros-

ecuuen ior criminal imei, m mis

state hecauso of therattack he
made on Los Angeles' police on a

recent television program.

Hogan said Cohen escaped

prosecution nere because the

comments he made on the show
were "ad lib." If he had read
from a prepared script, Cohen
would have been "In trouble,"
Hogan said.

m

BURT K. PHILLIPS of Boy Scout Troon 19, Fort Kobbe, and.
Nancy Griffin of Girl Scout Troop 19, also from Fort Kobby
present Colonel Frank D. Miller, Commanding Qfflcer: of the 4
20th Infantry Regiment, with complimentary tickets tp th

dance to be held at tne American juegiun nu w iun aaa-

dor. June 29, sponsored by the Pacific Side 4th of July, celebra-
tion Committee. (U.S.' Army Photo) a.'-'U

-V "ft "tl 5 I'D t X
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Scout News'

Svill Phone Calls
Thwart Suicide Try

Of Lockheed Worker

data at.to. Calif.: June 7 (UP)

Two quick telephone calls from

Pittsburgh were creaiieu u u -j
thuiartintr tfin suicide attempt

of a young Locaneea aircran winn winner
er winner separated from his wife.

Howard Beatty.23, telephoned

his friend i Byron Painter, .ay 01
Pitfshnrfh Wednesday -to talk to

him for the "last time.". .

Just before be' hung up Beatty

said' he was gomg to commnv sw
, lnhintr hia wrists.'-

Painter immediately called Beat-

ty's wife, Janice, In Los Angeies
nd learned that Beatty was stay-

in 0 at the Holiday' Inn, about 50

miles south of San Francisco.
A second quick call to Mountain

View police sent an emergency
squad rushing torthe inn. ,,

1 ,There policerfoundL Beatty with
his wrists slished n$ they pushed
him to Palo Alto Hospital. K
Dr. Alee S. MacKenzie said Beat

ty was1 "upset and needs psychia psychiatric
tric psychiatric care,'' .-t w.' .w-t

"I think he cut his wrists to at

tract attention and sympathy from

his estranged wife," MacKenzie

said.,r.--' ' '

The doctor said Beatty had slash

ed his wrists the previous night

."but didn't do much damage."

After school snack for Youngsters 1
' Midnight snack for Dad J"

CLOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

Local Council :v
IBS Will Meet
At Balnbow City k
A meeting of the Local Coun Council,
cil, Council, International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone, will be held at
the Rainbow City Scout Shack,
Building 6071, on Sunday morn morning
ing morning June 9, beginning at. 0 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. Members of the : Local
Council are urged to be present..

Jean Seaman ii Attend i '

Wyemint Camp

Jean Seaman, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Harry C. Seaman of New
Cristobal will be the Senior girl
Scout to represent the Canal Zone
in the All-States Encampment at
Cody, Wyoming August i-2i.f r

Only one candidate from e a e h

council is accepted, which makes
the selection quite an honor as the

requirements to be met are strict

and cancting.'' '.'

me gurt selected must possess 1

many skills, in advanced scouting
and be in the' best physical con

dition a the program will include .;
hiking 12 miles in altitudes uovto,
12,000 feet, carrying back packs';

from 20 to 23 pounds.

All essentiaL food, tents, sleeoinf

bags and other necessary equip-'

ment for a four-day tnn is carried

in the back-pack by each' girl
scout. '':. r -.",

i Other attractiohs will include a

trip to Yellowstone National Park, 1
horseback riding and a shopping
tour in Cody. ; : :
Jean plans to sefup an exhibit
of native Isthmian surroundings at

the camp, including the San-iBlas

Islands, Darien region, Panama
and the Canal Zone.- Also, -she in-
tends to show colored slides of col

orful and historical interest. -'

Round trio expenses and one

half of the tamp tuition' will be

paid by the canal zone Girl Scout v
Council.- -i": '-.v ,-

Jean has been a girl scout for

nine and one half years.'

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FRIDAY

A DRAMATIC MOMENT from "The desperate Hours" In which
Phil Sanders (left), leader. of the escaped, trio of convicts tries
to talk his younger brother, JDick Vandemore. into getting, ret
venire. The three-act thriller continues tonight and tomorrow'
' night,, starting at 8 p.m. at the Guild Playhouse, Tickets at.
$1 each may be obtained by calling Mrs, Emlaw at Balboa 4205. :

Law Alone No Answer To Race
Prejudice, Nixon Jells Women

ASHEVItLE. N.C.; June 7 (UP)
Tri. xtrasidont Richard M. Nlx-

TI nonArai Federation

f i women's Clubs convention

last night that the South's com community
munity community leaders must tackle the
li .i nitlal tirflllldice.

. I "We must not leave this field
to' extremists," Nlxoh said. He
urged that community ," leaders,
" both white and Negro ''assume
... noi rMnonsibllltv for

1 LIId vviov"1

removing the causes or raci
' prejudice.5 ' 1
'While endorsing President
Eisenhower's civU lights pro program:
gram: program: Nteon said ?jit may take
decades to achieve -equality yl
opportunity for our Negro citl citl-aes
aes citl-aes If we rely en law alone.
The convention rostrum also
was to become a sounding board
today for a warning by Mrs. Mar Martha
tha Martha A. Bhutt of Portland, Ore,
r..l .w th "National Edu-

Stlou Ai that; the .teacher

- shortage may uwi.
Mrs. Shull, in her Address pre
, foe delivery before- tn

ir-.,of.inn- BBth annual eon.

LONDON; June T (UP) Police
l t V. 1 X tlnKik. lAnillajl

before-the the makings of a luxuriant beard

"ederawonsAoowi -. uwi; wiuw u tuiwuun
wentloni predicted a 10 per "." plans to parsde him before a dis-

"u.u' rrmW or uaii

fled teachers graduating 4 from

Alleges uus year v i

artortage "wm remain- acute or

Ciirtnda Childrcivt
01 Cifch School."
7i!l St:no Psreda

Tomorrow morning
hildren, tf.V. He'
S?S the Curundu

Churea ior T"fc"rrm K.
school parade. The parade will be
" it,. riirption of P h 1 1 1 P

Vind Lot E. Bates. Military

-n-u.. aaom-t the llttdl

through f Curundu and Curundu
Heights v- r I'rJirim'iL

rt.a Hum or tne naraa wui w

: -Journeying With Chriit.'' At the
i 4 th. Tirxi the best- oec-

rated bike-will be picked, anda

PCiA uiiw wm
: Ciinriflv niArnintf in Sunday

SchooL Asurpriie awaita every
ne at the elose f the parsde: w
, The evening Bible School of the

: ehurch will begin on jjonoayr ana
run through June 21. From to
a awanlnir t k 1 1 B r 1 1.

youth end adults will gather la
the Bible School sponsored by the

'Second Teenager ;

Dies In Illinois i

Rncohnll r.nniPC, :;

EAST CHICAGO lad. (UP-A
lich school boy dropped deal -of
a .heart attack moments after
crossing borne plate to become
the second youth to n the
baMball diamond la the Ullnois Ullnois-ladtsna
ladtsna Ullnois-ladtsna area in as msny days.
The victims, both U, were avid
esMbsn fins.
Harold L. Bedinger- spparently
suffered a heart attack as he
crossed home plate la a gym'
class soflbeil game-at Wsihing Wsihing-loe
loe Wsihing-loe High School.
. A Vaodaha, ITL, hoy. Tommy
- Greer, was ktllea Tuesday when
he and another youth collided
chasing a pop fly in a Pony
League game at Vaadalia.

A major problem has been
the failure of teaching salaries
to keep, pace with salaries of
government and Industry, she
' said, but she expressed opti optimism
mism optimism -.i over v the prospect of
solving this and other teacher
problems, "' -f
, j .. it ( 'vV

floor fight Wednesday nver pro-

posea opposition 10 pay-as-you
see television bv switching to i

milder resolution ureinir -' that

Congress "insure" continued free

television ras it now exists.-

Buckinghsm Guard

Jadly Fondles

Forbidden Beard

Top Layer Republican Parley
Tailors 1958 Contest Plans

i

WASHINGTON. June 7 (UP)

The top layer of the ; Republican

Farty organization assemoiea o-

day to complete its preliminary
planning for the 1958 battle for con control
trol control of Congress, statehouses and

courtnouses.
The two day meetins-to be ad

dressed today by President Eisen

hower is tne climax of a series

of campaign planning conferences

set up by. Chan-man jucade Al

corn. t 1

Six regional conferences before

this national session have mirror

ed a growing turmoil within the
GOP over the Eisenhower budget

for' next year and the administra

tion program in' Congress.

. The basic objective of these
meetings has been to find ways to
overturn the historic rule that the

party controlling tne wmte House

loses congressional seats ; in mid

term elections. .'

Tho GOP. needs to gain seats

next year vto recapture control .of

tne House and senate.
While planning for next year, the
GOP has found itself plagued by

xinanciai trouoie.s

Alcorn admitted this week that

objections : to the President's re

cord peace-tiie budget had discour-

agea contrmutions to tne nenub-

ucan treasury, ;

This problem- has been aggravat

ed by the fact that the chairman

ship of the Republican finance com

mittee has' been vacant since J.
Clifford Folger resigned to accept

diplomatic post.
Alcorn hoped to fill this job at

the meeting here.

Another job to be filled is that

The GOP has long viewed the one-

party South with a ; hungry look

and has set up a committee" of

southern state chairmen and na national
tional national committee members to find
ways to chip away at Democratic

strengtn in tne region,
;;, i, I' i ; s . .. i w m
Army Tc:m$ Off
To IJicsragua
For 69 Day Slay

Two mobile training teams will

leave US Army Caribbean during

the next week fot-JJicaragua for

approximately 60 days under tne

Military Assistance urogram.
"An ordance vehicU team will
assist the host government motor
pool personnel in reorganizing the

present facility ana introducing s

system which will insure more ef efficient
ficient efficient operations. .'
A General SuddIv team will as

sist in establishment of policies and
procedures for a supply system
and management techniques. This

team' will also help Nicarsguan

supply personnel set up storage fac-
ilites. i J
Personnel for the vehicle team

that will leave for Nicaragua are
CWO Charles Shoemaker, US Ar

my Ordance Service from r o r t
Gulick and M-Sgt. Marvin Methe-

ny of 17th Ord. Co. 8
Personnel for the supply team
re CWO Gordon R. Schuetz, 17th

Carmen Bright, garter-

ninlmorv rtABrrl ' : 5. '."- 1

wjiuaa j
Pean, attached to the division of
T ..Ja. knkkUe whA fl1lrl Rlllr.

eurrentlingham 'Palscej tlashed with the

Itraaiuon ui uie wuiu wu cuu cuu-iservstive
iservstive cuu-iservstive police force by turning

up ior nuty wiin-'wrnsaen. c
. Tt attnaanded early this

week when the growth was eight

days oia. 1
"It lust Isn't done, old boy," the
bobbyV boss told him. '
, n.m oitntamtiri that there's

'nothing in police regulations ban

ning "Dearas, PUS ni aupwnuicnu aupwnuicnu-ent
ent aupwnuicnu-ent ruled that it looked untidy and
inU him tn shava it nff. Besides.

the superintendent said, he was

UUUUVUlg inucil' U a v aug r
hirsute ornament and refusing to
remove it. '-.'
And -anvwsv.' bobbles beards

would get in the way of their hel
met chin-straps.

i UN Member-
Accidentblly ;
Shoots Arab 1
CATRO 'June k OJPWA Danish

member of the U. N. Emergency

Force accidentally shot snd killed
sn Arab resident of the Gaza Strip

Wednesday, UNEF hesdqnarters
ssld today.
Tha announcamenL -whlrK &A

not win nama of tha anMiar. (dan.

tified the victim as JUfik Moham Moham-ed
ed Moham-ed Idwan. He was shot at a check
post near the northern limit of the

truce- cmareauon ine between
Gaza and Israel.

ON SALE at
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Ord.'. Co.

master section and. Thomas Vale,

southern campaign director. Engineer section.

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. Historic Names

Answer to Previous Puz2le

1ST

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I His victim
9 Former i
President
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; IS Likewise
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J The .of
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4 Memoranda 1
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Linkletter
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7 Icelandic saga
. Looks
f suggestively

i: North and
South

10 In a Una

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17 Staff

; II Persian
prince
r 1 19 Constricts
" 31 Vended
JM"My Gal

M Dad's mate
7 Bird's home
29 Heap

'12 Ascended

'34 Straightened'

'36 Hoax
37Steid(
i 38 Dash '
39 Perches
41 Male child
' 42 Hur
44 Promontory
,48 Colls.'
49 Japanese city
83 Pitch -i
34 Jousted ; ,'
SS Rome -.:
JuUet
97 Measure of
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JJ Nevada city

99 Legal matters

0 Prevaricated
fl Superlative
, suffixes
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1 Arrived
3 Caustic f v

16 Laundry

machine
20 Speedy
i2 Gives
temporarily
24 Seasoning
25 Spoken
26 Talking birds

28 Savor
30 Apollo's
mother
3J Britain's
Anthony
33 Sounder

mentally

45 Metric
, measure
46 Asterisk
47 Window, pari.
48 Places ; .'
50 Affirmatives

81 Lease.

35 School period 52 Japanese
40 Make certain 1 plants i
43 Pertaining to 63 Football's
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
' FRIDAY, JUNE 7T 1957,

Socia( and

Mk and Mr. Rufus Hardy
Saturn From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rufus Hardy of
Ancon returned from a .vacation
, to the States on board the SS An
ton yesterday.
- Hmdred Guests
Attend Shower
KjIi. Shirley Keepers
' Mis Shirley Anne Keepers, of
ftatun has horfored at a kitchen
ahW miscellaneous shower given in
the basement of the Gatun Union
Church, on Friday ev ning by
, Mrs. R. A. Aldrieh.
One hundred, euests were invit-
4 to honor the oooular bride e
Wt whose marriage to Dale W.
Taylor will be solemnized at sev
en o'clock this evening at the Gat
un Union Church.
,The refreshment table held an
attractive arrangement of white
ivrff roses and white tapers in
silver holders. A miniature bride
and groom and bridal party was
centered on the piano which held
' baskets .of -hand made flowers.
The guest of .honor was seated in
a Special chair decorated in silver
and white and a decorated water
ing can hung overhead.
ISThe gifts were presented to the
gi;est of honor on a tea cart
' cleverly decorated to represent the
bride-elect's kitchen.
Informal game's with prizes
dire played during the evening
followed by late refreshments. Lyn-
aGeyer won the prize for the
t drawing of Dale proposing
tet Shirley and Mrs. F. Harvey
Smith, Jr. won the prize for the
best drawing of Shirley greeting!
Dale on his recent return from a
CAP IT QUO
He,. i He.
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Drop in with your friends to enjoy our
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Ollt

erwi&e
rmm(ontinuJ
sea trip to Puerto Rico. Mrs. J,
F. Greening, Mrs. F, R. McDer McDer-mitt
mitt McDer-mitt and Mrs. Charles E. H err-
in an judged the drawings which
were made in a darkened room.
Many laughs were provided
when Claire White wno had re
corded everything said i by the
guest of honor, as she opened her
gifts read these back to the guests.
The hostess was assisted .during
the evening by Mrs. W. D. John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, Mrs. Richard L. Pennington,
Mrs. George E. Mitchell, and the
Misses Grace Argo, Claire White,
Linda Cunningham and Marion
Leach.
Mr. And Mrs. Swisher
Announce Birth
Of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swisher
of New Cristobal announce the
birth of their first child, a daugh
ter Luanne, Wednesday May 29
at Coco Solo Hospital.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Cooke of Gam-
boa.
50 Members ;?
Of Miami C. of C.
Here For Visit
About SO members of the- Mia
mi Beaeh Chamber of Commerce
are scheduled to arrive via APA
today.
They will stay at the Hotel El
Panama, and plan to see some of
the interior of Panama during
tneir visit.
During their stay they will be
entertainned by the Colon Cham
ber of Commerce and the Free
Zone at luncheon at the Strangers'
Club.
They will return to Miami on
Thursday.
(Continued on Pag 7

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TOKYO (UP) Japanese police
maintained a close watch today
at the home of an-American who
said lie received telephoned and
written threats against the lives
of his four young children. ?'
The American, Douglas F. Scott,
returned to his job at the U.S.
naval base at Yokosuka uncertain
whether a fiend was stalking his
rt van riiride to take un a
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Sure,-you probably, have "friends
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reels, guns, or whatever you may
happen to need. -Tney vmay dc
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thev may thinlt you re a nui
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once.
Rmamlier -many.,
sports en
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tain certain ttossessions they iecreny
hate to lend them.-
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Glenn Ford In
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children or whether the threats

were someone's idea of a joke.
Scott strung up a barbed wire
barricade around his home in
Kamakura after receiving warn
ings that his children would ; be
"cut into little pieces" unles be
paid some 3 million yen (about
Japanese police at Kamakura
said patrolmen asigned to the
area were ordered to keen a soec
ial watch on the home and. that
other "precautions" .were being
taken.-
"We believe the story," a police
spokesman- said. J
Two of the, Scott children were
sent off to; a" friend's home.-The
other two remained in the house
with Mrs. Scott, a Honolulu-born
Nisei.
Scott called the : United Press
Wednesday night and appealed for
help. -
He said bis wife received a tele telephone
phone telephone call on May 27 in which
a 'man warned "we are going to
cut your children into little pieces
unless you comply witn our letter
tomorrow. f
Scott "said he was inclined to
think the rough-voiced caller who
identified himself as "Graziano'
was a crank until the crude mes
sage he promised arrived the. fol following
lowing following day.,,. . :
' "Therf I became really wor
ried," he said.
The message consisted of two
pages of a Time magazine article
witn letters and words under
lined. Jt read: Tlace an adver
tisement in the Japan Times
keyed to Zirata'i name. We want
3 million yen. Say you want to
buy it." :
One Sentry
Shoots Other
To Death
DISS, England June T (UP)-
one sentry-shot another to death
at uns eastern England army-
camp last nignt, apparently in the
belief the victim was an Irish Re
publican Army raider.
. Army spokesman said an un
Identified sentry shot and killed
Pvt. John Twohigg when he saw
someuung moving in tne dark.
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Workers l!ill:d
In Highway Crash

I
FAYETTEVILLE. N.C.. June
(UP) An old truck jammed with
mitrratory workers pulled into the
path of a trailer trucK today, ana
is persons were biiea.
It nossibly was the worst crash
of its type in American history.
ttignteen otners were injured.
The" dead were Ditched sprawl
ing-on the highway and into the
weeas aiongsiae,,' several aiea w
the flimes that engulfed the bean
pickers truck as it, slewed into a
ditch., All the victims were Negro.
The white driver of the .other
truck survived. 4 ..
t Worst SJnee W '
The worst orevlous -collision be
tween two trucks took 10 lives in
Texas In August of 1947. Doctors
tending several critically injured
said the toil in today's crash easi
ly could reach. 20. "" ',
"There" were 11 dead sprawled
all over the highway.'-reported
Sheriff L.L. Guy of Cumberland
County,' one of the first to reach
he scene. Two others were burned
to death in the wreckage. ;
- -Four
died later in hospitals. A
"Many of the -bodies' in the road
were disfieured bv burns and mu
tilation, Identification was tedious
and many of the victims, who fol
lowed the crops for a meager liv living,
ing, living, were known only by,such first
names as George, Tom or Dick.
Four of the dead were women
and one a M-months-old child. Th
infant, ChaHes tee Freeman, died
at a hospital. His mother and his
granamotner, identified as Retha
Freeman, 48, of Ft. Pierce, Fla.,
ww wen wuieut . ,
Driver Killed
Three- Negroes ridine- In tha eab
of the workers' truck, Including
junior macxey OI ia ia-hokee,
hokee, ia-hokee, Fla., and Henderson, N.C.
were killed. Mackey and Lewis
Wesley, boss of the workers. wra
thrown from the cab but Harrison
Head. Jr.. 23. Ft. Vallev. c w.
pinnea in me iruct and cremated
, ue woners irucK naa left a
migratory workers eamp near Mt.
Olive, N.C.,' at daybreak, is pas.
sengers crowded into a space 8 by
IS feet. It was four mil, from
aeaunauon at UUSn.. N.C. when
tragedy struck. 1 :
Requiem Masi :
A reoniem hlrh mau will ha
held at St Vincent de Paul's
Chnrch Monday morning at
o'clock for the ksom t ih
onl of the Jate yClaicyt5 M.
George, who died several yeaxa
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r PRESENTS
Today, Friday, June 1 s
4:00 Featuri Review '' c
t:30 Wnat's Your uavorlte (re
Quests taken by pnone
" 'mi 3:uo)
5:S0-r.Ne ; f f''1
6:35 What's your FAT of iU
.. 1 .. (cont'd!
6:00 Musical Interlude-'
6:15 Musical Interlude
REVIEW (Pabst .eer)
6:30 .Your. Dancing party
,7:00 Thirty-Minute, T.h e atei
' (BBC. I
1:30 VOA Report from. US.,
8:00-Music By Roth -
8:30 Hancock'a Half -Hour
9:00 You Afiked For it tre tre-r
r tre-r quests takes oy phone
tiu 7:au; j
9:30 You Asked For It
tre-
10:30 CaUiwtf All Forces i
11:00 J az Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off. -i
Tomorrow. Saturday,' June I
1:00 Sign1 On Alarm Clock
- -Club (requests taken
' ""'ty thrnetiii 7:00)"
7:30 Jatz Salon
8:15 The Hour of St. Francis
8:30 Musical Reveille
:00 Newa-
'8 rt5 The Christopher!
8:30 As I See Jt
10:00 News -
10:05 SdIm And. Needles (re
quests takon by phont
till 8:30
11:30 BBC' Jazz Club
U:05Spint a o 0 Neadiei
- (cont'd) '
11:30 Journey into Space
12:00 New ,
TM,
12:05 Luncheon Music :
12:30 New Tune Tim
l:0O-New T). ; ,
1:15 Serenade in Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Lea Brown Show
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
9:30 Paris Star Time v
8:00 Concert On The MaH
,:30-Musle For Saturday
'i:04lnterlude (15 Mmj)
:ia cnurcn or enrut
!lftwhf. Yourl-avorlU (re
till 3:00
I: js What's your r a t o i i t
(cont'd)
6:00 Guest Star
1:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
' RIVITW (Pabst Bier) -1:30
Manhattan Melodlea
:4 De It Yonrsel ;
7:00 Much-Binding ; ;
7:4dVOA Report from US.
:0CM5turday Night Danclni
.. Party -- .. .
1:30 Educating Archie ; ;
t:00 Your Hit Parade -:v
:39 Rav's A Lauh
10:QO Music From Hotel FJ pan-
10:30 Owl's Nest (request! -r.
taken by phono throngh
out programs
-1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Off.
-V
7:00 TObAVl 9.-00
POPlJLAIt NIGHT!
U per-CARt
, ,. .... ...... . i-v
. Charlton Heston In
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TO TECHNICOLOR!
4
TOMORROW
SUNDAY! E
1
"WEEKEND RELEASE 1
I uoraon nucnae m m
Oklahoma;; I
1 TlXHNICOIX)R J
Gordon MacRae In
Showing ot Your Sonict
CinUr Thtattrs Tonight
BALBOA :1, :!, 1:11 '
"SMItXV 1
btARLn irrs. i:ee
rXJXLT AND MR V ;
Late show 10:30 p n- j
"DIAL M FOR MCBUIR
kiAMBOA 7:tl
"STAR OF LVEIA-
GATTN 7:e
-MOBY ricx"
MARGARITA : :
STOsUfrOYrR TUX NILSj
Lata show 10: J9 bh." -.
FRANCIS IN Tl! K
HACKTED EOLSE
CRISTOBAL 7:11
-WALK TKR FROCO LAXD'
FARATSO :1I :
I "ROAD TO fcrXVYR"
LA ROCA Y
-CnaBinr Yr Teftreanee'
Tertls of Tbe WUd-ms
SANTA CRVZ :1I 7:
-TrRKOR Hir an I
"Itrt Fnfonnsivre"
CAMP WTTRD :15 f :ie
.TASTLi I CC.M ALn i

iliOLLY

M

MOVIES TV RADIO
by, Enkln Johnson

HOLLYWOOD (NEA Holly
woodites are talking about: Betsy
Blair. -who just won a, Las Vegas
divorce and $500,000 from Gene
Kelly, headed for Europe to -live
and .wed again; x
Jayne Mansfield's six-year old
daughter. Jayne Mane, playing
role with mama in "Will Succsess
Spotf -Rock Hunter?" "It's npw al
most, a family affair with Jayne's
boy friend, Mickey Hargita, also
in uie casw
Core Schsry's confession in h'e
Aeportec mairaiioe mat ne was
fired from MGM as; head- of Jro.
duction because he Was an '' egg
head Say he was told he. made
ftoo A say-speeches, rote too ma
ny articles and should' not Aave
participated in- the 1958 presiden
tial campaign. j r ,.
' r- f f.: ti 1 1 i i V A. ..V t '.V ''-
' Reports are that Helen Hayes'
son,. James MacArthur,- wants "to
quit school, get married and be become
come become a full-time aetor..But mama
wants1 him to win his .degree") at
Harvard -...A survev report that
the- Oscar telecast in, March-, cut
movie attendance by SO- per.-cent.
.'.) it -' .(,' .f.
Alfred Hitchcock feelins better
following, two trips to, the hospital
ana quipping: "i think I'U throw a
party ior my post-operaUve gas
pains." t ..., i r 1 1
. SAMMY, DAVIS, Jr.' plannbig" an
early mirriage. The girl is ChiU
Rivera, the dancer headed for
Broad way in .Kartha Kitt' how-
Lillian Roth Shelving hr niirhf.
club; act "for her. own. TV; show.
The late Humphrey Bogart'a 'rac 'racing
ing 'racing yacht," the Sautana; 4dVerus-
ea ior sale in tne Los Angelel news
Sophia Loiea's arrival In Holly-
wuou who Doy inena uano f onti4
woe-ducked out on photographeri
at the Los Angeles airport,-? i
When, someone alrH t.-RAMm-
'What's Gina Lollobrigida doing?'
Space ffcfmcf 5aid
Solution To Paf.it v
DrippbgiOiiM;
T
' yy? "fWi on
you jaint your eelllngs? The
remeay u aimpie. Just; wear s
cuMue junior apace neimet.
Mrs. Grace. JPendlebury of
naxuora, conn came up with
mm uhcuiobs lUl IDQ K Alt
brouarht har an the way to the
nnaja or sno i annual "Mra,
Homemaker contest! wher-40
contestant rr matchln hOuso-
now nmw tor tne uu to pe a a-waided
waided a-waided tonight
: Twamen horned into thi com competition
petition competition this si year Lawrence
Wahlstrom of Los Arigeles,and
Ralnh R. Stoddard of wear tiixt-
ford, Mass. Both profess to.feel
no embflrrs-ssment at the. possi possibility
bility possibility of .being- named "Mra.
Homemaktr. j v.
Wahlatrom'a household hint
hay to do with tho problem of
avoldina- banftifur tour flnarera
when driving tacks. His aolution
is to (tick the tack, throueh an1
Of dl Bliry drink atraw &nd
noio. a wnercTer jrou want to
onvt n in.
A man with five children and
row crana cnuaren. wanistram
vmq naa claim to fame ta his
invention, the tSo nothing" ma machine.
chine. machine. It is an unbelievably com
Plicated aeriea of gears, levera.
movue parte and wheels which
accomplishes absolutely nothing.
Stoddard, a former valet i
feeling pretty big about his suc success
cess success since his wife, Dorothy,!
dun BTOcauon er -entcrina-
c on teste and this is the first one
he ever tried. His hint: ."Frayed
sweater caffs may be replaced by
cuffs of discarded socks.''

The finrt performance ef Xatbarlnt Berbon't tirr;
a pewarfsJ, iF-.manatlj taveative rhlncterixtttee y Sort
Lantacter; brtUaat npart by the eatlre ee-etarHef crt;
and a nica. t marinr rUrr tbit nt frem h h-Unl
Unl h-Unl Crama te b'lh ramer make Tbt RlnTikT" arr
,nTle far. thif BiarrB ftHere THI R4IVMAKLR
which CriS ON WtDXtSDAT IX AT TKA CX.MK-IL
- Avt.

riw e .-." --n r r i i it

M r:

VaUV GtTSOMi
ICHAMPACWI.
I TOO
a
at her first press "conference she
answered:-
'"Well, I hardly know her. .But
1 think she's resting.",
Line of dialoc between Natalia
Wood and Boh Hope that was cut
from his last TV show:- Natalie j
"Elvis and J are not ready for mar
nage." Hope: "I just saw him-and
he looked ready to me.'' i U
The Did movie, Manhattan Melo Melo-.
. Melo-. Lana Turner hirine a tiitnr tnr
Maybe you remember it as i'th
film John Dillinger-wepfctoisee in
Chicago the night the lady,'- in in-red"
red" in-red" tipped off the. FBI. Dillinger
was JdUed by FBI guns in (the Chi Chi-cago
cago Chi-cago melodrama that followed.
Martha Rave's first trin a um.
lywood in years -to star "in the
VBaby Snooks" telefilm pilot' reel
' Lana urner hirin tutovt iap
her : daughter Cheryl, who 'made'
recent headlines running, wa y
KAY KENDALL and Tti WrH.-
son planning'' to tie the marriage'
knot this 'summer,. 'iMGM'r an
(lounc'einent that it will filnr An.
tea- w-minute film spectaculars for
Fred Astaire and Juchr ''"iGfarlanif
are penciled In for two of t h e
hows.. If Judy returns ta MCiM it
b. thf year's most Ironical
note. She blames much of her mix'
ed-up life on the studio of her child'
hood in a turrent miTm. .y
tide. "The RearM..-''
-' "i. '-.,'.' '.,-ilU,'iiX.B.i.
Wanda Mendrix hiW
paint after a three year retire- -ment.
She appeared on TV'g cfi cfi-m
m cfi-m opposite John' Ireland' in "A "A-valanche
valanche "A-valanche at DevU'e'-pau." ;
"I ib told me,-i-. will'
nteutt in an avalanche 'of vmore
TV and movie roles?? ...Eva Gabor
posing with SlOo,ooo worth of her
own she said Jewelry in a stu
di publicity photo. C "x?1 C
..ni.'0. hone," she.
explained "because I .didn't want
to be obnoxious.?.

i it ... i ... i ii i

ii x M l i k i

Toriswcr Ma

I IIA'r f Vflialaaa
WlW J VIIIIWImIi
Of Sunday Sth::l
On Sunday eyenlng at the 7:3(i
evangelistic 1 service, Rev. Wll
Ham H. Beeby will bring a "mes "message
sage "message to' reply to the LUe Maga
zlne criticism of Sunday School
work that It Is the most wast wasted
ed wasted nour of the week,' The mes mes-ege
ege mes-ege Is entitled "An Anw t
life's' Charge Against The Bun Bun-day.
day. Bun-day. Sschool.'' f
. Facts, figures and results of
Sunday Schol wMk uncovered by'
competent -authorities give evi evidence
dence evidence that the magaHne article,
was backed by Inadequate and and-biased
biased and-biased Investigation: the crltl-:
clsm while true In aOme' eases
lgaored a wealth of contrary ev evidence,
idence, evidence, Beeby feels.,'
a im io:40 morning service
the pastor Will brlnv a meaiaa.
from n Timothy, "The Reminia-.
cence of a worthwhiia iife
Sunday school at t:30 provides
a das for every ago with the
entire school working during the
summer months and all vaca vacationing
tioning vacationing teachers provided with ft'
trained substitute. ; '
' Enrollments for dally vacation
Bible School and Camp Tmbogft
wlllbe taken drain the fiunda
School period. The .Bible School
opens Monday at t a.m.! anvano
needing transportation may cn
2-1727. The eamp cpeag on July
zy ana proviae week each for
Junior boys and girls and youns
people, information can be had
by calling the church office dur during
ing during working hours. c i

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.raro At; JUNE t,1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN r- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAFES
PAGE 8
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.Social : and 0,tli

(Zontinuid

' Cristobal Women'
' Club Plans
'Golden Girl' Dane
Ihe Cristobal Woman't Club is
planning, a -"Golden Girl Dance"
to be Jield at the Hotel Washing Washington
ton Washington on Friday, June 14, from a
to ll-p.m.
"he main feature of the dance
will be -i contest among daugh daughter
ter daughter of Woman's Club members to
select a Golden Girl to help' cele cele-;
; cele-; brate the Fiftieth Anniversary of

the Club,- which will take place
later this year. Contestants must

be from this year's graquaung

class or of colleee ace.

Mrs. George Roth, chairman of
the dance,1 has announced t h a t

; music will be furnisnea oy we
Koyal Sultans. Admission will be
fifty cents per person, and there
will be a doororize. Tickets will

be so'd by club members- and
. will also be awailable at the door.

The public is cordially Jnvitea.
Mr! ll F. Mellhenny -'
Batnrna Pram Stataa

Mr. 1 F;i Mellhenny of Diablo
. Heights returned by plane yester

day from, a visit to me suiti
where' he attended the graduation

of his son David irom Kice lnsu lnsu-i:
i: lnsu-i: tu.te in Houston, Texas.
Visiters ' -i
Fntartalnarf t

Mr. and Mrs..' tuis E. Wong and
the A.-P. Lim family f Colon
have as their house guest Mr. and

Mrs. Peter S. Golding. ana .Mr. A-

lexander P. Mm who arrived from
Almirante a few days ago to at

tend the .graduation of Alice P.
' lim.
iAlso visiting the lim and Wong
family is Miss Juanita Brungardt,
editor of the Beta Sigma Phi mag magazine
azine magazine of Kansas City. Miss Brun Brungardt
gardt Brungardt will be here for about two
weeks : ki
,Mr., and Mrs.: Peter S. Golding
entertained on Tuesday evening
with family dinner, party for
Miss Brungardt. Mrs. Golding is
the former AvieHe Pauline Lim.
On Wednesday Open House was
, held In honor of Miss Alice Lim,
who graduated with high honors-

- from Cristobal High School., 1 1

Y'Xmons those riresent were:. Mr.

and Mrs. Alvin P. Lim, Mr., and

Mrs. Alexander P. Lim Jr.. Mr.

Anesworth-Kidd and son Douglas
Kidd (who is back from school in

New Orleans). Mr. tuaa is Hu
charge of the Agriculture j. Dent.

for the Fruit Co. In Almirante. AW

so resent were the Misses: Vir

ginia Dignam, Greta MOng, Auro Aurora
ra Aurora X 1 A 1 T 1 'f II. V.. 1 1 j.

re lAin, Ariene .udi, mi. fuuu
Vm Ummi.i Marurin 'TIrr "'Rnv.

lan. Victor. Miar achl and Andrew,

' W.. Coliek' j
HCQf Wives PUrt I -f t h

The Ft. Gulick NCO Y-W fV e i

Club held their regular monthly
business meeting Tuesday evening
at the NCO club with Mrs.. Hester

Hartley, presiding, -.v-i.,
Mrs. Connie .Hosking gave an
interesting report on visiting one
of the native villages which the
club has taken for its charity.
Plans were also made for a Pia Pia-za
za Pia-za Dinner for the monthly social
with their husbands as guests. 1
Mrs. Hartley welcomed Mrs.
Nora Perry as a new member.
Members attending were the
Mesdames: Candy Gardner, Con Connie
nie Connie Hosking, Rita Gomez, Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Orsini, Louise Sanderson, A
lice Stachowiak, Betty Townsend.
Irmgard Morrison, Viola .Hirn,
Veda Van Pelt, -Hester Hartley,
Audrey -Barsi, .and Ann Lunsford.
Mrs. Ann' Lunsford won ... the,
white elephant '
Hostesses for the evening were;
Viola Hirn, Josephine Orsini,-Hester
Hartley.'-', -
BlIM.At NatiMMl
Theatre Tenight ' r;
And Sunday Afternoon
A ballet function will be p r e e-sented
sented e-sented tonight and Sunday after
noon at the National Theatre.

.The Gladys Heurtematte School
of Dance will stage on scene the
"Little Red Riding Hood" (La Ca Ca-perucita
perucita Ca-perucita Roja) the beautiful tale
well-known to every child.
Mrs. Nitzia Cucalon de ; Martin,
who- is in charge of the Heurte Heurtematte
matte Heurtematte School, has been rehearsing
this ballet. :
Ballet has become very popular
in Panama and Canal Zone, and
many American girls have devel developed
oped developed into good dancers. Because
of this many are expected to at attend
tend attend the "Utile Red Riding Hood"
ballet. v
Reservations may be In ado at
Gladys Heurtematto School, tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 1-1570.
Prices Friday, Sunday: Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra seats tl.oo, TS eents; box
seats ll.w, 75 cents; dress-circle
7 rents, 50 cents; gallery 25
coats and 25 cents.
' t '" '
Ft. kebbo Offiooro'' V If;
Wives AUet .-
Members of the Ft Xobbe Offl Offl-eers'
eers' Offl-eers' Wives' Oub gathered yester yesterday
day yesterday at the Ft Eobbe Officers'

Club for the regular monthly busi business
ness business meeting and coffee. Hostess Hostesses
es Hostesses for the day were Mesdames
Don R. George, Chairman, Edgar
E. Danley and Harold Mattice.. In
cooperation with the American Le Legion,
gion, Legion, tickets to the 4th of July
Celebration Fund Drive dance

fsnhpdnlai. for June 29 at the .? A.

merican Legion Club, were sold
at the cotiee., Numbers of the
dance tickets were used for the

drawing of the single door prize,

which was a lovely large silver
oowi won by Mrs. Marvin Foster.
"Guests welcomed to the meeting
hv Mrs. Otto E. Feierlein. Presi

dent, included Mesdames Robert

Mathias. Guillermo Airall, Edward

Davis. Marvin Foster. Robert

Gilliam, Marion R. Smith, Thom Thomas
as Thomas R. Smith and Walton W. Buck Buckley,
ley, Buckley, who is in the Canal Zone
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry
L. Chisolm. Mrs. Marion R. Smith
and Mri. Robert Mathla were al also
so also welcomed as new members to
the club. In view of their forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming departure from Ft. Kobbe,
Mrs. F. B. Simmons, Mrs.' J. F.

Schless and Mrs. J. B. F lores
were bid farewell and presented

with wood rose corsages oy Mrs

Feierlein.- v'

In lieu of the recular ttionthly

luncheon for June, Mrs. Feierlam

announced there will be a tare-

wall in honor of Mrs.' Frank

D; Miller, Honorary President, on
Juno 20, to which all officers'

wives on the post.oi tx, k.oddo are

cordiauy invited to attena.
Mr. And Mrs. Robbins

Announce Birth

OF Sen 1

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robbins

of ta Anireles. a California, an

nounce the birth of, their first

child, a boy, Robert Bradshaw on

Memorial Day
Mrs. Robbins Is the former Miss

Lvla Lou Womack daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Lyle Womack, former
residents of the Canal Zone now

livina in Los Anseles.-

i;r. KODeri, ivoDoins oi imb bit

geles. is, the paternal granotauier.

CITAATION GIVEN Inside f
Citation Civen
10 Millionth
BehcficiarV
NEW YORK, June 7 (UP) Mrs.
Jane Gavin of New York, received
a personal letter from President
Eisenhower today at special cer ceremony
emony ceremony i citing her as the 10-mil-lionth
person to receive Social Se Security
curity Security benefits.. t,
Mrs. Gavin; a 3-yer-old widow,,
alsojeceived. juyment for ,hvr two
childreri Joseph. 7.ahd' Patricia,

10.' She will, be" given, the maxi maximum
mum maximum benefit of 1200 amonth. Her

husband was fatally, injured April
20. f 1 .v. 4 -

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mation, information, on airport diagrams as just
one of their many important-jobs.
; The Public Information Office of
the airways, their job is to get all
available data to the pilots, and
get It right' ... V ;.f, ,
Here at Fort Kobbe; it Is a three three-man
man three-man organization; Or. more cor

rectly, a two-man and one-woman
organization. Miss Anne lu Ratz,
publications clerk and g e n e r a 1

Kooa wui aniDasaaor, arnvea

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this year, making the office co
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Rounding outt he erouo is alr

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Balboa Woman's Club
Cerd Group)

Meets Thursday "'

The card group -of the Balboa

Woman's Club will hold its next

meeting Thursday June 13 at 12:30

p.m at the Tivou Guest House.

xnose withinc to attena are asx-

ed to call one of the hostesses

before Wednesday.

Hostesses tre Mrs. uanda ren-

nlngton 3-4428, Mrs, Phil Euper 2-

4442 and Mrs Evelyn Johnstone
2-37W.

designed for the use of the aviator
in preflight planning, as well as

under both visual and instrument

conditions. Contained in the man manual
ual manual are such phases of flying as
navigation, planning, conversion,
and radio procedure charts.-
Jeppesen's massive five volumes
also include information on the
aforementioned airport diagrams,

emergency operating procedures,

meteroioglcal data, and air traf

fic control patterns. ,, ;
' The 937th Engineer Company (A (A-viation
viation (A-viation Detachment boast s a
large group of pilots.' The number
of manuals necesary to keep
them abreast of all th latest dev

elopments in their field is stag staggering.,
gering., staggering., But this la Just what flight

information does.

And not only for those with the
f37fh. In addition they keep post posted
ed posted other pilots throughout, t h o
Canal Zone; at Fort Brooke and
Fort Buchanan, Puorte Rico; and
one lone soul in Rio do Janeiro.
The end result is a cratifyine

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two assistants, ilignt safety begins

witn xugnt uuormauon

Dizblo Shullerbugs
To Splash, Flash
At Hotel El Panama
Mmhr nt the Diablo Camera

rinh will h miesta of the Hotel E)

Panama tomorrow. Marlin Jacobs

the assistant manager, will act as

host and tour director. ,e ; win
guide the photographers through
the. multitude of rooms, corridors
and plant, explaining the purpose
and function of each. .
i. shnttprhno-a will Thotoeranh the

hotel and its working units dur during
ing during the morning educational tour.
The evening hours will be devoted

to a social garnering at we vane
fla Club and swimming pooL
There they will enjoy a plunge,
followed by a barbecue.
The day's activities of flash and
splash in the hotel and its spacious
vrnunHa ihnnlri hrlnv forth soma

prize-winning photos for the parti parti-ctaanta
ctaanta parti-ctaanta in future nation-wide oho-

tographic competitions. Reserva

tions tor tne tour nave oeen maae
by 35 members and their guests.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NFVVs. t
FRIDAY,' JUNE t,' 1357.
riUiidalPla y Tourney This Wi

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NATIONAL LEA G UK

; 1 earns

Cincinnati ,
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
St. Louis .
New York .
Pittsburgh
Chicago .

W L

29 17
26 T7
27 18
25 19
22 21
20 27
15 30
13 28

Pet.

.630
.605
.600
.568
.512
.426

GB

14

Teams

Chicago
New York

l'2 Cleveland

AMERICAN LEAGUE

3

5VV

9V4

.333 13 V4

.317 13,

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TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N)
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at New York (N)

jr (Night Game)

Cincinnati 010 000 1002 & 0
Philadelphia 002 211 OOx 6 10 0

r:
I Gross (4-2), Fowler, Nuxhail
and Bailey.

Roberts (6-6) and Lopata

Milwaukee
New York

000 000 0000
101 000 OOx 2

Buhl (4-2), Jolly and Rice.
Gomez (7-3) and Katt.

St. Louis
Pittsburgh

030 300 0006 12
000 000 0000 6

Detroit

Boston '.
Kansas City
Baltimore
Washington

w I.

31 12
27 18
23 21
24 23
23 24
20 26
19 26

Pet GB

.721 j,
.600 5

523 8ft

.511 fl
.489 10

.435 12i2

.422 13

Don Byerly New
Vice-President Of

Abemathy, S: A.

16 33. .337 18

TODAY'S GAMES '
Baltimore at Chicago (N
New York at JJetroit (N) ',
Washington at Cleveland NJ
Boston at Kansas City (N)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

New York 240 051 00214 20
Cleveland 001 101 002 5 0

Kucks (3-5) and Howard.'
Garcia (1-3), Tomanek. Mc-

Lish, Agulrre, Pitula and 'Nixon-

Boston 011 000 0002 7
Chicago O0100O20X 3 10

Sisler (4-3) and White. : v
Wilson (6-2) and Battey.

5 V i t M,

-rev--. u-s-j

Two-Day 18-Hole Tournament

To Be Held At Brazos Brook

.' This weekend. June 8-9, features 'an 18-hole

medal play tournament at the Brazos Brook Coun

try Club which players cah enter as many times as

they wish.

Washington 201 300 OOO 6 9

Detroit 040 001 UxX. 12 2
Ramos, Byerly (2-1.) and Fltz-j

gerald.

Hoeft, Sleater (2-0) and House.

DON BYERLY

Don Byerly has recently been

appointed vice-president or ad

emathy. S.A. Sporting Goods

(formerly Servlcios y Ventas

Abernathy).

1 Dickson (2-2) and H. Smith
Kline (1-8), O'Brien, Pepper,
Xing and Foiles.

(Night Game)
Chicago at Brooklyn
(Postponed, fog).

(Night Game)

Baltimore 100 103 0308 9 0
Kansas City 000 101 1003 10 0

Johnson
Triandos.

(4-5), Zuverlnk and

Garver (4-4). Coleman, Duren,

Trucks, Kellner and Smith.

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developed at the famed
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Byerly accepted a position

wth Abernathy one year ago.

He came here from Guantanamo
Naval Base, Cuba where he was

the Special Service Officer.
Be graduated from Southwest Southwestern
ern Southwestern University in 1952; receiv receiving
ing receiving his B.S. degree in physical
education. He played baseball
for four years, some basketball
and also football. In 1953 he
played pro baseball with Laredo,
Texas.
He has -also participated in
many golfing events. Golf is
now his favorite sport.- He is
qualified in every field of sports.
' Other new employes of Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy S.A. Sporting Goods are
Ernesto A. Achron from the

Kobbe Exchange, Roslta de Vas-

quez, formerly a cashier won
the Hotel El Panama; Eleanor
Small, stenographer, and Clau Claudius
dius Claudius Taylor, stock control: Iva
M. Lawrence Is now assistant of

fice manager. (PA-C) f
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'Major League
Leaders
LEAD lira BATTERS
(Based on 125 Official at Bate)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player aad club c a rh Pet

Muslal, St Louis 4a 177 29 64 .362

Hodges, B'klyn 43 167 23 60 .359

Fondy, Pitts. 39 160 21 37 .356
Groat, Pitts. 32 128 16 45 .352
Robinson, Cinci. 44 187 37 65 .348

ClmOll, B'Klyn 34 142 20 49 .345

Jimmy Raymond, chairman of

the tournament committee, an

'nounces that this attraction is

I Isponsored by the Danish brewers

of the famous Tubore Beer

tnrougn tneir local agents, we
Henriquez Co. of Colon.

Twenty-four cases of Tuborg

Beer will be distributed equally
amone three fllEhts so that the

high handicap players are bound

to take home some of we loot. -The
first flight will be for
those with handicaps ranging

from 0-8, the second flight for

9-16 and the third for those with
a handicap of 17 and over, a
Low gross and low net scorers

in each flight win two cases

each., competitors with second

and third best low gross and low
net in all flights will receive one

case each.

Nobody will be permitted7 to

win more than one prize.

The tournament committee re

quests l that all -com petitors
strictly observe the rules of goif

and single putt, in order to -avow

disqualification. r ,-'

There Is no entry lee for this
tournament, players are request
ed to place their ;hame "on the
entry sheet which appears on

the bulletin board before teeing

off. ;

Mays, N.Y.

Thomas, Pitts.
Bailey, ClncL
Aaron, MIL

46 176 34 60 Ml

44 177 18 60 J39

44 141 30 47 .333
45 193 37 64 .332

Minor Leagues

lis i ERNATIONAL LEAGUE
(13 Innings) ;

Toronto ,..':

001 010 000 000 2 4 8 0

Richmond k

100000 0010001-3 11 0
Schmitz, Crimian (12), Jordan

(13) and Chiti. HR's: RoseUi. Go Go-(13)
(13) Go-(13) and ChltL HR's: Roseili. Go-

liat. WP: Crlmlan, Lp:james,; ;

Buffalo 000 000 0000 4 0
Miami 000110 02X 4 9 0

Craddock, Nagy (8) and As

tro th; Bunker and Bucha. LP:

Craddock.,

Rochester 010 000 0001 4 3

Havana 210 001 Oil 5 8 0,1

Lovenguth,, R. BiayiocK i3J,

Markell (8) and Green; Amor

and Izquitrdo. HR's: Green, Cha

con, Moreloai LFy Lovenguin.

Montreal 010 020 00o-a 0

Columbus 020 000 Ux 4 6 O
Grob and Roseboro; Brown,

Grunewald (5) and Kravlta, Pet Peterson
erson Peterson (2). HR: AltobellLs WP:
Grunewald. -'

Ford Frickr Giles
Harridge To Meet
House Commiliee

washtnirtON fUPV-Baseball

Pnmmlssioner ;Ford Prick ana

mutar lea sue .Presidents Warren

fin, and Will Harridue .; have

hpn iiskpil to aDDear before the

House Judiciary,. Committee on

June 17. t

Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y., chair-

mn nf Tfin rnmmuiee.. law iuc

top baseball brass will be" asked
about the possible shift of the
Brooklyn Dodgers and New York
Giants to .California as well as

the game in general and money
transactions. :

' Celer's committee is investigate
ng the game with an eye on pos possible
sible possible anti-trust legislation.

Sports Briefs

CLEVELAND, (UP)-Rudy Spit Spit-zenbergerf
zenbergerf Spit-zenbergerf k junior at the Univer University
sity University of Houston, has pased up his
final vear of college eligibility to

sign a profesional contract with
the Cleveland Browns. The 6-foot-1,
230-pounder will be used as an

ofensive guard ,wn tne, Browns.
. BOSTON (UP) ,Dave Deroin

stole the show during Tuesday's

annual, pen house day at the
Suffolk Downs race track. A total

of 30,828 fans were admitted free

ana watcnea ueroin nae xour win winners
ners winners on the nine-rsce program.

qshot

Roberts Gives Philly Loh

Flag Hopes 'Shot In The Arm':

Chisox' Nellie Fox Packs
, w :
tittle Something Extra

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Williams, Bos. 42 145 2fr 57 .393
Mantle, N.Y. 45 152 41 56 .368
Fox, Chicago 44 167 32 60 .359
DemaestrL K.C. 43 134 17 43 .321
Simpson, K.C. 41 144 20 45 J13
Wertz, Cleve. 43 148 25 46 .311

Lemon, Wash. 47 177 23 54 .305

MCD'gald, N.Y. 40 148 27 45 .304

Boyd, BaltL 44 138 26 42 .304
Power, K.C. 36 125 15 38 .302

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Aaron, Braves 13
Moon, Cards .11

10
10
10

Snider, Dodgers

Muslal, Cards

Mays, Giants .....

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yanks 13
Williams, Red Sox 12
Zernlal, Athletics 11
Slevers, Senators .,11
8klzas, Athletics ... 8 :
Skowron, Yanks ........ 8
RUNS BATTED Df
NATIONAL LEAGUE 'r.
-Muslal; Cards 39
Aaron, Braves 88
Hoak. Redlegs ..35
Fnrillo. Dodgers 33

BelL Redlegs (....32
Robinson, Redlegs 32
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Slevers. Senators 38
f Skowroa, Yanks ... S3
Mantle, Yanks 32.
Mlfioso, "White 8ox 32,
, jeoseivRed Sox 30
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f Based I DeW")
W L ret
Acker, Redlegs ...... J 57
Banford, Phils 1 57
Shaatx, Yanks ..... 8 1 -57
Donovan. W. ft. 1 33
Pierce. White Sox t 418

LOS ANGELES (VP) Pttcber

Roa Negrsy, iarmwl oot te tfle
Los Angeles Angels by tke Breok Breok-lv'
lv' Breok-lv' Dodeera early this season.

packed his bsgs agaia today. He

has bcea traasierea w at. rani

of the Americas Association to
make room on the Lot A&glet

rorrr for eutseuer Tom Safiel

By OSCAR PRALIY

NEW YORK (UP) You have to

pack a little something extra to

make a big trip into the sporting
big time.

this nss been proved often, tor
the little guys always find the
going rougg. Yet they couldn't
hold down such mighty mites as
Phil Rizzuto, Bob Toski, Chet
Forte, Bitsy Grant,' Sammy Lee

and uavey O'Brien.
Take, ior instance the chewing
tpbacco kid.

Lbs Angeles Bound
Brooklyn Dodgers
Know About Smog

BROOKLYN, June 7 (UP)
The Brooklyn Dodgers are sure
today they could react to Los
Angeles famed smog, as If they
never left home.. 5 i,
The Dodrers haven't left
Brooklyn sot 'yet, at least
oat they knew all about smog.
Tby and the Cabs were
lost for aa boar and 28 min-
, a tea Da It last sdght before tho
ampircs called off their gamo

at CDDeu field. ; a

OfflclaUy. the umDlres called

it off because everybody was la
a fog. And, for once, Dodger

President Walter CMallrv

me reuow wno s naa ail Brook

ryn in a foe for the last month

couian't De Diamed. The weath

er bureau reported It was a gen

eral eonauiou uiai enveloped

New York City and curtailed

movements at airports, high

ways, etc ; ." v

The mist had already started

to creep la over the field when
the game started 'at 8 p.m.

(K-S.T.) and It became so bad in

the second Inning 'that left-

fielder-Bob Speake of the Cuba hibition

te rouune 117 ou vj oariey
Neal drop for a double.
' At this potat, Inflelder Bob Bobby
by Bobby Morgaa tamed to empire
Dusty Borreas aad pleaded:
"Call tfaae. It's a bad oat hero i
this taabar will sever ed tf
they keep hHUnr the ban ta
tba air

1 knew the ball was up there Dykes once said

somewhere," aald a perplexed, nine Inst like him

Speake. "But I Just couldn't find) If tne White Sox did. they'd be

This, of course, Is Nellie Fox,
the mighty atom of the Chicago
White Sox. A of Tuesday night
he was no less than second In the
American League batting lists
with a fat .357 average.
. Nellie is the current Eddie Stan-

ky. They used to say of the In

domitable Stanky that "he caa't
run, cant hit, cant throw but
he's the fuy who'll beat you."

But at the moment don't tell

those American League pitchers
little Nellie cant hit. The five-

foot,' eight-inch inflelder is mur

dering them.

Under the microscope, he has

manv drawbacks. Hia arm Isn't

too strong and. even thoueh he's

hitting, he doesnt look impressive

st tne plate. Be misses the double

play occasionally and he doesn't

L.24L JLl 1 11 Xj a x l w

hh oau out ex tne para, tit
didn't hit his first major league

homer, as a matter of fact, until

nis mm time at oat.

Nor is Nellie too ooDUlar imoni

his maes. There are some who
call him "showboat", because of
his constant hustle and holler. The
reason is obvious. He makes too
many of his 'mates look lazy.
The little nan eaueht an with

the lowly erstwhile Philadelphia

Atneucs only as a war-time snare.

Nellie was only 16 when his dad
finally gave in to his pleadings

and took him to the A's camp at
Frederick. Md.. for a trvouL Th

late Connie Mack admired his
spunk and tho cisar lurtinr from

he round, beaming kisser and

assigned him to the ilaneaster

farm club.

Had Mvch to Loans
Nellie still had a lot to learn",

even about givmf it that all-out

effort. When be reported 1st for
a game, Lancaster manager Lea
Blackburne benched him for two
days. Ever since then. Fox has
been the first man on deck and
the last to leave. And he goes
with the throttle wida eoen all thm

time.. v. .

The White Sox were a bit anolo-

getic about bis acquisition for the
1950 season, but they soon tot

over that And they toon learned

aDout ais spirit In one spring ex exhibition
hibition exhibition game he. hid a tooth

knocked out Nellie wouldn't have

it fixed until season's end "be "because
cause "because ft might interfere with my
playing." . 1 j
His average over the years Is j
.294, o.uite tome behind bis cur-1

Tent .357. And, while he mar not j

last long ia that ratified atmos atmosphere,
phere, atmosphere, bell be trying. As Jimmy i

I d like to have

NEW YORK, June 7 UP) UP)-Robin
Robin UP)-Robin Roberts Brave the Phila

delphia Phillies' long-shot pen

nant hopes a ?'shot in the arm"

today with proof he can still win

tne big ones.

The 30-year-old right-hander.

who wound up last season with a

disappointing 19-18 record ana

4.45 earned run average, came

through-With a sharp eight-hit

ter last night to Rive the Phil

lies a 6-2 victory over the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs. The victory

moved the Phillies to within a

game and a half of first-place

Cincinnati and marked the first

time in more than a month that

the Redlegs dropped a series.

A year ago today, Roberts
had dropped three straight
games and had a 5-7 record."
But last Bight's win was his
third in a row and squared his
current record at 6-6. He's
hurled eight complete games
and beaten the top contenders
Cincinnati, Brooklyn and

Milwaukee once each.
The St. Louis Cardinals beat

the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0, and
the New York Giants downed

the Braves, 2-0, in the other Na National
tional National League games. Chicago at

Brooklyn was called off after an

inning and a half when a dense

log .enveloped Eboets new ana

made It Impossible to follow the

bail.

The Chicago White Sox main

tained their five-game Ameri American
can American League lead with a 3-2 win

over the Boston Red Sox while

tne secona-piace H e w yorx
Yankees ; also made It four

straight victories r when hey

routed the Cleveland Indians,
14-5. The Detroit Tigers beat

the Washington Senators, 7-0,
and the Baltimore Orioles whip

ped the Kansas City .A's, 8-3, in
other a.Li activity. ;

Roberts, who posted the 185th
victory of his career and now
stands 27-13 lifetime against the

Redlegs, was backed by a 10-hlt
attack that Included homers by

Stan Lopata, Bob Bowman and
Rip Repulski. Roberts struck out
two and walked only one as he

yielded single tallies in the sec

ond and seventh innings.; Don

Gross suffered his' second defeat

as the Phillies ran their record

to 13-6 since May 16.,
, ii iv- ,-".' i
Stan Muslal whacked two
doubles to raise his average to
.361 and take over tbe N.L. bat batting
ting batting lead. St. Louis' 41-year-old
Murry Dickson, pitched a six six-hitter
hitter six-hitter and contributed two hits
to the Cardinals' 12-hit attack
that dealt Ron Kline his eighth
loss. The win was St Louis'
seventh in .10 games. ,
Ruben Gomez became the

N.L.'s first seven-game winner
with a nifty four-hitter that
paved the way for the Braves'
fifth loss In seven games. Red
Schoendienst walloped his eighth
homer of the year for the Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. Bob Buhl, a four-game win

ner, suffered his second defeat.
Minnie : Minoso's two-run sev seventh
enth seventh inning homer enabled the
White Sox to overcome a 2-1
deficit and present 35-year-old
Jim Wilson with his sixth vic

tory.. Wilson limited the Red Sox
to seven hits and struck; out five
as he hurled, the fourth straight

complete game by a white sox
pitcher. The White Sox have
now played .800-ball (20-5) since

May 8. Dave Sisler was the loser,

Bill Skowron knocked In five
runs with, four bits and Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Mantle clubbed bis 13th
homer of the year to lead1 the
Yankees' season-high assault
of 20 hits on five Cleveland
pitchers. Johnny Kucks went
the distance for the Yankees
to win his fifth decision. The
loss was the j fourth straight
and seventh in eight games for
the Indians.
Frank House 'homered In the

eighth inning to give the Tigers
their winning run after relief
pitcher Lou Sleater scored : the 4.
tying run In the seventh. Billy -Hoeft
also homered for Detroit r'
while Roy. Sievers, A.L. R3.I.
leader, slugged his 11th round-
tripper for the Senators, Th
win was Sleater's second.
.,- ' 'i
. Home runsby Billy Gardner
and Bob Nieman sparked Baltic
more's nine-hit attack 'which en-.
abled Connie Johnson to gain
credit for his fourth -win. Tho
Orioles scored three runs in the
sixth and eighth" innings as they
taesed Ned Garver with his

fourth defeat. Bob Oerv homered
for the Athletics.-

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in redeem himself for his poor showing in last Sun

day General Remon Classic by, resuming his win winning
ning winning ways in the featured $1000 seven-furlong "spe-
rial" for a group" of the track's best sprinters at the
President Remon racetrack. ; :

; Bias Ajuirre,' ubuI, 'viH be
in h saddle of the chunky four-

year-old chestnut on of Satrap -Princess
Scarlett. Last week's 4th

nir finish in the IT .500 added Re

mon Classic was Surumeno's worst

rerformance since. reacning top

form in Panama. He should do
considerably better against this
weaker field.

The Stud Buena Fers speedy Go Go-netino
netino Go-netino is considered the No. 1 con

tender for Surumeno and could go
all the way under the competent
handling ot jockey ; Alfredo Yas Yas-quer.
quer. Yas-quer. Surumeno will pack 120 as
compared to 118 for Gonetino.
The other scheduled starters are
Kensington, Gavilan and Co in a a-tose.
tose. a-tose. -.
: Kensington, probably the fastest
starter at the modern racetrack,

ets in Under a. relatively light 109
while Gavilan and Comatose, will
tote the feather or 105.
little Heliodoro Gustines will

try to get Kensington off on top

and keen him there the entire di

stance. Jose M. Bravo will do the
bootine aboard the fractious Gavi

lan and hustling Francisco Gatica

will ride Comatose.

The secondary attraction, a $500

six furlong sorint for fifth series

imported throuehbreds. could be

the race on the program. This

race, which will pe the ninth and
last on the card, is a wide open

contest in which every scheduled
starter except Clybem rates an

even chance on paper. The entries

are Joe s riddling, umviungo, it it-brero
brero it-brero II, IguazU), Clybern, Orna Ornamental
mental Ornamental Star. Jaquimazo and the

Gramilla-Semozada entry;

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HOOFBEATS

k 7AVliPU A YANKEE PLAVlft .YvvM
fill li IT if te"'Mfi&"8 I Nj, tA.

I Vl i iVhsLJrJ IT' COMOklM Tft
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bnly three newcomers, are
scfieduled to' tww Into local Vac
Ing this weekepd. They are the
Argentine thoroughbreds Mikel
and -Chulpa and the' native Cu-
Mket'i" 'ree-year-bld grey

coit by Muodon-Keruiea, is own.

ed by the Stud Buena Fe and

trained by Luis H. Farrugia. He
Is slated to make his first local

? tan in sunaay s second race.
Chulpa is also n entry, for.
Sanday's aeeoni race. She Is a
thre-year-old bay daughter

Oof Itey Del -Boique-Chulapa.

She is the property- of the
Stad Para saagr and MeinaJ MeinaJ-do
do MeinaJ-do Diai it In charge : of her;
training. "'A'rfv'ii'u ; ;

Cuca is a' thoroughbred prod-

nct of the Luis Martini Haras

Carlnthia In- Cerro Punta,t;hin

qui. she ft a powerfully built

two-year-oia bay onspring of

Barretin-Dotagal. Frank X. Zei

nets la her owner and Isaac
"Maestro" Gustines does the

I training-. She is a scheduled
atarter In omorrow'f third race
tor native anaidens; '"
Joaquin Him has 'turned his
filly Mrs. Halllgan over to Oerar Oerar-do
do Oerar-do Molina. Eustacio Garcia de
Paredes formerly trained the
once-promising Irish-bred. v;
' Greco te another animal With
a new trainer. Cyril Marrett
take orer the conditioning
, chores of Mrs. Violeta Young's
Chilean horse. Jose P. Ramos
was previously listed as Greco's
'trainer. ., V :,:V-:1'M
The stud Pura Sangre, owners
4k tfHfilna 1i nMti1r4 PlanT-

cha. The latter Is also a three-

year-old Argentine filly. She 'is
a bay daughter of Mosqueton Mosqueton-Clavelera.
Clavelera. Mosqueton-Clavelera. Melnaldo Dial,, -of
course, will train her.
, The poorly performing Peni-Tlan-bred
hone Tiburon will al also
so also race under the colors of the
Stud Pura Sangre.
' Currita has a new owner. She
was bought this week by Mrs.
Ottlla de Moreno. Her husband,
Manuel, will train' the disap

pointing daughter, of R o y a i

Coup-Purple Spray.
; oOo

Joe. Fichoto. 6cala"Mls and

Cervecero will race with bOnk
ers beginning this week..,,., v--

Ruben Vasquez, the track's
leading rider, is within striking
distance of the semestral record

of 82 wins held by Alfredo Vas

ques (no kin of Ruben), with
eight meets left in this month,

ituoen snouia pe aoie to ses
new mark.' -K;;-
He already has 72 victories.
''V'!:;v- oOo i.

The 4 list of owners of the

classy Chiroke is steadily dwin

dlingi- The Stud, .Colon Boys,

owners of Chiroke, originally to totaled
taled totaled ten but the number was
reduced to nine before the horse

even arnvea in Panamas ;
Soon after chiroke started
racing two of the nine remain remaining
ing remaining 'owners sold '. out, leaving

seven.

; Thia morning, r a reliable
source Informed this writer
that Ernesto (Totl) Estenos
and Miguel "Mike- Tang have
also sold out their shares In
the brilliant racer. Thus, In
future, the five remaining
owners, of Chiroke will divide
bigger portions of his win win-ninrs.
ninrs. win-ninrs. :-:'Vi ;!

Somo "local turf "writers have

begun to call Chiroke the local
track champion. This writer will
never accept Chiroke or ; any
other horse as a track champion
until he has proven that he can

give, away weight ana still win.

we are of the opinion ; mat

Chiroke is- the best horse on the
Isthmus, at present but he must

prove that he can beat the op

position at least at even weignts

thus far Chiroke has been en

joying the weight-for-age scale

advantage classics.'

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hone

St..

Comment

Jeckyt

1st Race 8th Series Imp. 1 Pgs.Pnrse $40
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Ocala Miss A. Vasquei 118 Will score soon
2 Melrose O. Sanchez 110 Usually disappoints
3 Empire Cross B. -Agul. lis -Long overdue
4 Socorrlto & Carvajal 108 Could score again
5 Bacana A. Reyes R. 105x Doesn't seem likely
8-r-DianaUcia J., M. Bravo 108 Better chance now; .:
7 Danielo c- H.' Gustines 105x'Jt-Showing Improvement
2nd Race 8th Series Jmp T Fgs.1: Purse f 408
; ; . 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
;1---Tiequest V' y,"CasUlloi,115 ji-High class prospect
; 2 Little Fool E- Dario 103 -Ran Well in last ,.
5 Grand Finish." A. Vas. J115 U.Horsato beat here"
4 Cartillero H. Gustines HOxHss strongest finish
6 Globe Trotter Aguirre 110 Good recent races

, OMs

Pol Closes 1:80

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Cricket fJevs

' ALL STAR GAM! DRAWN
? i it i i" .'., ;
(By H. P. Mlarxrtt), ;

The more than five hundred cric

ket enthusiasts who braved the in inclemency
clemency inclemency -of the weather to wit
nes last Sunday's Atlantic Paci Pacific
fic Pacific All Star encounter at Mount
Hope, enjoyed an afternoon of
thrilling cricket despite the fact
that the match, a nin and tuck af

fair,, ended in a draw. ,

Batting first on a wicket miH

soggy by a heavy morning down downpour,
pour, downpour, the visitors got off to a poor
start; the first wicket falling for
zero when. A. Kerr wm p-mbM h

Drakes off the bowling of K. Grif-

uui. w wise pannered s. Camp-

vmo' wicseis, ana notn rils

piayea a. variety of frnt. h

epi me spectators cheering bu t

wim ui score at as, Campbell mis mistimed
timed mistimed one -Of C. DeSmim'. nf.r.

ings and was brilliantly eaught by

"'' 4 1 ; , j i - , r
' J". M i -1.1?

iZAAUU ULr Lr"

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3rd Race Non-Winners Nat. 8 F.I
ONE TWO

Purse 8258

1 Mayrlta B. Aguirre 110 Good early' speed

2 Guacamaya J, M. Bravo 108 Not good enough

3 aoiaen Moon H. Ruiz 108 ns strong tunsn
4 Angellta P. Gatica 100 Sure to finish last
5 Cuca ; ' C. Ruiz 110 Barretin-Dotagal
6 -Yoylta ; s Jv Phillips 118 Debut was revealing

4th Race "G" Natives 8 Fgs.
' v .r:- :'"';.;-' QUIND3LA

.1 Certamen ; G. Montero 105x-i-Conld surprise
2 Don Grau A Vasquez 113 -rForm, indicates
3 Mr. Jack ; G. Sanchez 14flHasn't shown much
4 Bugaba H. Gustines 100xNo. 1 contender -8
(La Gazza Ladra Bravo 108 Should be close up
8 (Montero A Reyes R- 107x--Quit badly last 2

v Purse 1271

5th Race "E", Natives 5 Fga

J

Purse S27S

The Irish-bred racers, King's

Park and French Shoe, are ex

pected to' arrive at-. Cristobal

June 14.

- sSaaday's sixth face wiU be
the Tlandicav El Panami A A-snerlea
snerlea A-snerlea one of the eo-fea-turet
of the day's program.
The owner of the wianer of
- the serea-fsrlong sprint will
receive a silver trophy donated
by Dr. Harmodio Arias Jr. who
wiU personally present the lov loving
ing loving cup st the post-race cere-

"!le-, . decide what program if any
The winning jocker wlalso' VtomZn. if the

rica sports editor 'Guillermo
Rolla wia present the "bat" to

the rider.

Included on Sunday's card are

the 82,000 added Press Classic
for t w o-y e a r-olds and the

"Handle b DU del Locutor" (Ra

dio Announcer's Day Handicap).
AH the other races will be In

honor of the leading isthmian

Tul be donated to the winning
t-wners and Jockeys of each race.

ooo
Tb American mare Chora
has retired frojii eomjtl eomjtl-tx.
tx. eomjtl-tx. She was recently t to
the Panama National Geard
stables f r breeding parposes. 1

Junior Golf

The Question of organized golf

for youngsters has oeen aiscussea

pro and con lor many wno are in interested
terested interested in golf for boys. Many

plans have been offered, discuss

ed, discarded and as a result no
conclusive steps have been adopt

ed., - -- -.v-
Une arcument has been brought

forth, namely, sufficient boys

would not respond or be interest

ed to warrant Junior Golf. Those

who are enthusiastic, claim that

golf would attract as many young youngsters
sters youngsters as Little League baseball at attracts..
tracts.. attracts.. To get started, it has been

decided to let tne ooys settle use
difference of opinion.
Through the cooperation of this

newspaper, an application blank is
printed at the eua ot this column.
Would all boys between ages 8 and
14 signify their desire to play goif

during the coming vacation sea

son, till out this tuank?. -Tne
boy does not have to own

any cluba or baliii Nor does he

have to have golfing experience,

The only requirement would be

the desire and determination to

play golf during the summer va

catin.

The response from the boys will

to

re

sponse is excellent from the boys,
a separate program would be a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted for the little ladies of the
family. ;

toy's Name .'. ..
AgO '... 4 mm Mm f

f. O. lex No. ...

Ptfst Office ... ...
Name of Your School'...
Hail this to:
Los Chid
Box 542S, Panama, E. de P.

1 Tinela

I 2 Julie

9 ranara
4 Vilma P
5 Soberano

R. Crlstian lis Could score this time
A. Gonzalez 108 Usually close' tip -R.'
Vasquez 113 Should win easily
B. Aguirrft 113 Gets real test here
F. Gatica 102 Seems outclased v ;

8th Race gth Series Imp. 1 Fgs. Purse $408

. FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE.

1 Oro Purlto'' M. Hurley 115 Returns from layoff-

2 Don Brlgido vO. Monte. 107z We like him here .
3 Tiny Brook J. Phillips 110 Nothing recenUy.
4 Camberwell R. Vasquez 118 Good recent races ?
5 Coronation pay A, Vas. 113 Showing- improvement
6 Panzaretta F. Gatica 110 Rscini to best form

-7 Bradomin B. Aguirre 112 Danger card this time

g Te.Gano t ; 108 Nothing in months

7th Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.. '. -Paras 81888

. , L, j ; 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE, ; (-
1 Gonelino A Vasquez 118 May go all the way
2 Gavilan J, M. Bravo 105 Returns in rood shano

' 3 Kensington H. Gustines 109x Could make it too

Comatose F Gatica 105 Well trained for this
5 Surumeno-. B.- Aguirre 120 Seems best here,.' :
Sth Raes a.f, Natives f FgsJ ' r' ", WrsV fas 1
v. QUINIELA V .

1 CurriU
2 Bagdad
3 AEbony
4 Mellizo
5 Fichoto'
6 FUoa

J. M. Bravo 105 Good early speed
, A GonzaJej 113 Usually runner-op -v
' O. Montero HOx Returns from layoff
; H. Gustines 107x-i-Seems "sure thing.
A Tears 110 Fastest at getaway
- A Vergara 118 Could be upset winner

8th Race 5th Series Imp. 8 Frs.

ONE TWO

Psm85M

1 Joes Fiddling Sanchez 110 Enjoying rare form
2 Chivllingo B. Aguirre 113 Could make it hers
3 Febrero II H- Gustines 105x Usually in the mone;
4 Iguani A Vasquez 115 Distance handicaps
5 Clybern J. M. Bravo 113 Bad trailer thus far

8 Ornamental 8. H. Ruiz 100 Reportedly improved

7 Jaquimazo F. Gatica 105 Strong effort in last

8 (Grtmllla R. vasquez lis Last was excellent-.

9 (Remozada O. Montero HOx Not good enough

EVEN
" 81
21
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Editor: CCNTUCO CARCSAffT

Mike went on to become.. f h

game's outstanding batsman ..

tributing 62 runs, not out, to his

(.vain m luiai or H7 g if ihi, t..m.lH

ing batsmen, E. Holder scored ,3
L. Roberts 2. 0. Rollnv a Tom

mott 1, and E. Thomas fl. v.. w.ria

R. Prince, and J. AllvnA f.uJ

to get off the mark and were all

lor tne dreaded cipher.
The Atlantic i1H v fl

u.iuijf (mien unaerway before 3

wii-ncu icu jor ii runs; A Crtich
low was cautrht hv nminv k-,,

ler Alleyene while thorn as bowl
lng from the opposite end prompt-

x uuaw.neu successively,
Griffith and S.Hewitt.

A. Hamlin cam in in turn ffia

tide somewhat a h vmii-A

pom Dowiers with lofty "sixes,"

vjrui n runs oeiore losing -his
wicket (4 for 48). S. Harwood add-

eu w mucn needed runs, C. De
SOUS 4. A.i Dralr Jl r. Sm.n

8, anoV P. Harper 1. The'tot out

uwino were w, uesouza and A.
Dennis; and the scoreboard read

JU "Yacca" Roberta u th.

most successful bowler for the vi-

siting Eleven. His SDeedv n!

viu.ii ueuytnei iorced tne oppos opposing
ing opposing batsmen on the defensive as
he garnered 3 wicket tar amn.

J. Alleyne earned 1 for 24 E. Thom

as lor zz, and R. Price 2 for

For the Atlantic iidwr 1 "pm

Dennis exhibited splendid farm

wnn a csptured wickets for 25 runs

iv. uriHitn toot 2 for 21, C. De

SK)uza 1 for 11, G. Small 1 for

i, .ids An critchiow,. l for 15.
: v 11 "1 1' 1 I iV-i
On The Alleys. .

ORCHIOI OP THI NAVY

"--lv :' i.- 1 ,. j '
One Of their summr nmblmii

al projects will be bowling for the
youngsters.,The Junior pin busters

wm pe uusnt tne rudiments nf

ono 01 the -most recreational pas
timer in the Zone:

The program will be Inaugurat Inaugurated
ed Inaugurated during the coming vacation sea

son, aiso, tne six lanes at the 14ND
Bowling Centers have lust been

resurfaced and more and more
bowlers are going over to Amsdor
to try the "new" alleys.
The ever Dooular ABC

on the Isthmus, Jack Vossby name
has put the alleys to a test and
the lanes have been given the A A-merican
merican A-merican Bowling Congress stamp
of approval; ''

Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO

1 Empire. Cross
2 Tieqsest
3 Mayritav
4 Don Graa
5 Taaara
8 Don Brlglde
7 Gonetino '.
8 MellUe
9 Chlviliage ;

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Golden Mooa
' Montero (e)
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. Bradomln
. -y gsrsmeno
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
rtuu.ix, 4irK Tt 1937
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
1,1 V
'this space is for sale.
As little as flff a. month!:
Or a much at" you wish.
FOrHNFORMATION TELEPHONE i-074
v Ok.' Box- 52M Tel. S-fat
Panama ,.
Lesson
41
Boats & Motors

Houses

FOR RENT: Modern horn, 3
fcadroemi, large kitchen, living
room, dining room, perch on
tide, hoi, cold water, maid'a
room, garage. Large yard, front
and back. Via Porras, house No.
9 1 -A. For information call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa SI 16.
FOR. RENT: Chalet Bella Viata.
For information, phone Panama
3-3305 morning or .after 7 p.m.
Resorts
Take a Jungle Jim. Jaunt
3 DAYS EXCURSION 3 DAYS
. To San Bias lilandi and Porto Porto-belo.
belo. Porto-belo. Aboard the cruiser "Pttea "Pttea-dora."
dora." "Pttea-dora." Sight-teeing Indian .vhV
lagea. the mini of Old Pertobelo.
Swimming, One night aboard and
ne night at Hotel San Blai.
Leave Balboa, pier. 17, Friday,
June 14th,' 6:45 a.m. Leave Co Colon,
lon, Colon, Stranger Club, Friday 14th,
9:00 p.m. Return to Colon late
Sunday afternoon. Thoie who
with to go tJirough the Panama
Canal only, $7.00 each panon,
including luncfi. $40.00 for the
three (3) days. Will clow thii
excursion Wedneiday. Phone
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660
days; 3-1326 nights. Jungle Jim
Jaunt Hotel El Panama.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
, jbeadi house. On mile past Ca Ca-in.
in. Ca-in. Phone Balboa 1866.
!. PHILLIES OCeanside Cottage
, Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, da fV Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673-
; Reserve WOW. Inexpensive
atltffing vacations, S a n t a
.'Clare Beach. Shrapnel' fur-'
airshed houteti Phone Balboa
11772.. :
Commercial Sites
OFFICES FOR RENT-for Im Im-Tmediate
Tmediate Im-Tmediate eccupency, 3 office of
;frm 55 to 60m?. Will rtnt all
raaparartly or half of .each of --f
ice. Ideally ehapad for placing ef
standard office furniture. Rent
JrTTudaa lr?8Mii ioning. tight,
. -water, anrrr service and night
'watchman, ,' Attractive location
facing. Panama Bay, on Avenida
Belboarr earner f 32nd Street.
Within a few blocks ef Ranks,
Post Office end British and A A-marica
marica A-marica Embassies. Telephone
3-0238 (business hours).
LEGAL NOTICE
Unite Statas District Court Tar The-
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
sUndolph H. McLaughlin, Libelant.
vs. M V. Tropic Trader, Respondent
. In Admiralty No. 4521 Libel in Rem
w tier cms, on trie 3 th day of June. 157,
Randolph H. McLaughlan filed a Libel
in Rem in the District Court ot the
United States for-the Balboa District of.
the Canal Zone against the Motor Ves Vessel
sel Vessel Tropic Trader, her tackle, apparel,
boilers, furniture, etc., in a cause of
Wages. Civil and Maritime, in the sum
or 13441 OO:
And whereas, by virtue of pre cess In
aue lorm 01 law. to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 25th day of June. 1957,
I have seised and taken -the aatd Motor
Vessel Tropic Trader, and hsve her In
my custody:
Notice la hereby given, -that a District
court win oe held In the united Court
Room in the town of Ancon, Canal Zone,
en the 23th day of June. 157, for the
trial of said pitwlsta. and the owner
er owners, end all persons who may
hsve or claim any interest are hereby
ciiea dc ana appear at we tune and
place aforesaid, to show cause, if any
they have, why a final decree should
not pass aa prayed.
Joseph 1. Klncald
L ,u b.a.e Marshal.
Anron, Canal Zone
June T, 147
De Castro and Rabies
Proctors for Libelant.
FOR. RENT:
Airy, modern 8 bedroom, 2
bathroom apartment, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid'a room with
bath, hot water, carafe.
rSt58.M. Can 2-8321, business
hoars.
ELECTRONICS
CONSULTANTS
TOR. SERVICE. Call
2-2374
Mobile Equipment
Sbre) U Share CesnmsnJ.
An CBitmicsUe
TnntiBtessen Systeeaa
TELE RAD

Apartments

ATTENTION. O, 1.1 Jut by
modem furnished apartment, I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold water,'
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two bathi, Irving-dining
room, kitchen, maid'
room with own bath,. 'washrubs
garag,, and hot water facilitiea.
For further detail! call Panama'
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO G0N-
ZALEZ N.. S.i A,-. --.
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartments,
ments, apartments, "Edificio Davaaux," B
Street, El Cangrajo, next re Ho Ho-tel
tel Ho-tel El Panami. See caretaker on
premises. Miguel Hive. Phone
"3-4844. ,!..,-,,;
FOR RENT 1 Spacious two-bed- i
room unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictricr, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours. ''j '.j-it
FOR RENT: Modem one-bad
room apartments, living room, 1
dinipg room. Building recently
built, opposite "Colegio Javier,"""
3rd Street, Perajil, $70. Inquire
th Street No. 5-30. Jhona 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718.
FOR RENTt I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
furnished. Second Street, Carras Carras-quilla
quilla Carras-quilla No. 35, $65. Inquire 8th 8th-Street
Street 8th-Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Modern 3-bd-room
apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room with 'bath;
living and dining room,. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Campo Alegre.
Phone between 7 and I,, p.m..
FOR R!NT Unfurnished ene ene-bedroom.
bedroom. ene-bedroom. apartments,, cool, v with
tea, view, 52nd Street No. 1-22,
former Uruguay Street.
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, living-dining
room, hot water, garage." j"
Street. El Caagrejo, nar"Coie nar"Coie-Jio
Jio nar"Coie-Jio La Salle," $85. Inquire Stb
Street No. 5i30.. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences,' North A A-nterican
nterican A-nterican neighbors, $50. Via b b-pana
pana b-pana 82nd Street No. 48.. Phone
,3-071. .., .v v
-sen
FOR RENT: One ana" rwe.ed-raomrfivfng-dinmg
room-apartments.
Furnished or unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New Alhambra Apartments.
Telephone 1386 Colon.
Oil Shares Gaitf
In Spirifed. Rally 1
Recouped Losses
NEW YORK. June 7 CUP) -Oil
shares scored eains'raneinn to 3
points yesterday to lead a spirited
rally that just about restored the
market loses of the first three ses
sions this week.
Tbe oils, particularly those com
panies with vast stores of natural
tas, metr heavy demand, and it
was said much of the buying was
by institutional investors lookine
for good cains in net income this
year. Passage of the natural gas
bill has been just about been writ written
ten written off as a prospect this year.
Sunray Midcontinent. Phillin
Petroleum,' Standard OU Indiana
and Royal Dutch topped the ac-
uve lisi, uains in tne oils ran a-
round 3 points in Indiana Stand Standard,
ard, Standard, Amerada, General American
around 2 in PhUlios. Wilcox a
point to 2 in Gulf. Pure Oil. Pali.
forma Standard and Si. Andard of
Jersey.
Specialty steels were itronr
with Lutasn, Jones and Laughlin,
Universal Cyclops, Copperweld
ana national up a point or more.
Central of Georgia stood out in
the rails with a gain of 3 points.
In tbe average group, Canadian
Pacific rose point; Kansas Cit Cit-y
y Cit-y Southern lost 4.
Market activity picked up sharp sharply
ly sharply to 2,300,000 shares, heaviest in
two weeks, from 1,940,000 yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The Dow-Jones averages showed
30 industrials up 2.48 points at
504.55 20 rail off 0.04 at 144.95;
15 Utilities -off 0.18 at 73.59 and 65
stocks up 0.44 at 175.21.
Having trouble with
your cor washing?
FromWdnt$day tht 12th
your problems will
be over
OPENING OF
AUTO BAfiO, S. A.
Oa the
TraiuMbmia Hlrtaway :
... KEAR SEAES
Only S tninates t wash
. yew cr!

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SonV.'!? .r.7 Vu"...' f" taHA MUJO-Central Ave. 45 a LOUKDES PHARMACY 1S2 La Carrasqullla e rABMACIA LOM LOM-BAROO
BAROO LOM-BAROO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul Av A J Kl m r.EiviH srnvirc a .ti.mii u -a iiiMini cinnna njiiui iu 1 a

l-UX 164 Central Avanue
X v. Tit "
Automobiles
FOR SALI: Convartibl Cadil Cadillac,
lac, Cadillac, 1 95 1 : with radio, whirawall
tires and A-l condition throufh-.1
out for only $1500. Call from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141 r 3"
3341. Alftr $ p.m. 3-3069. :':
FOR SALE: Two 1956 Hillman
Minx Sedans. Low mileage, sx sx-csptionally
csptionally sx-csptionally good buys. For infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4568. 8:30 8:30-12
12 8:30-12 noon, 2-5 p.m.
FOR SALI: 1951 1 Ford, new
paint, tiros; battery, seat cover.
1950 Hudson. Phone Balboa
1235 after 4:30.
FOR SALE: Ford 4-door Sla Sla-tjon'
tjon' Sla-tjon' Wagon,; Fordomatic, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Must sell. Best
offer; Ft. Clayton 87-3104.
FOR SALE:. Model A Ford
1956 Ply moh. Lots extras,
$1600. Trade for older 1 car.
2524-A, Cocoli. Phone 3077.
FOR SALE: -1952 Chevrolet 2 2-.
. 2-. dr. sedan, radio, heater, seat cov covers,
ers, covers, excellent condition, $550 or
btst offer. Phone Kobbe 3118.
FOR SALE: '51 Mercury, good
condition. Must tell, owner Itav
ing Panama. Ideal transportation.
Call 2-4541, Turner.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford V-8 se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent appearance, me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition and tires. Call
Balboa 3337.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
Commander Hardtop Sport Cou Coupe,
pe, Coupe, very good condition. Must
sell. 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Sport Sedan, .ww tire, four four-barrel
barrel four-barrel carbureter, fully equipped.
Will finance. Mouse. 22f 5iB,f
Balboa; Crr St. ;
FOR. SALE: Leaving Panama;1
Plymouth. Bttvtdere 195S .Sta
Jion Wagon Zenith radio con-;
sole; 21 -inch: G.E. television
console. Call 3-6563 er 3-643Q.
1 7: A '?f'.
FOR SALE :-i 47 .FmSiaciVr!
dan with gobd rubber, trsnsmrr
'.wnn sjbvh tnoosv, rrsnsmrf".
recently liVerhailW. Balboii
17.1 -. : : ?';iv jfrA
sior
2-63 7 L,
FOR SALE-Cadillae Coupe Do
Ville Custom built at the Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac factory v Equipment, continen continen-tal
tal continen-tal kit, radio, tinted glass, power
steering, power brakes, electric
windows," electric -teat," electronic
eye, heater, purchased September
1954, 23,000 actual miles. Same 1
model today wouW cost $6400,
will sacrifice for $3200 and con consider
sider consider nice clean car in trade. Also .-$1600
$1600 .-$1600 letter ef credit on a new
Ford or Mercury, will tell for ';
$1200. I'm leaving, mutt tell
one. Please call 3-2447 between
6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Viero Viero-ria,
ria, Viero-ria, 'engine and tires in excellent
condition, body in good shape.'
Priced to sell, good transporta transportation
tion transportation at $495. Phone 87-6194 or
see at 419-A, Fort Clayton.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
4-door Super "88." Hydramatk.
radio, heater. Leaving Isthmus.
Must sell. Albrook 6281.
FOR SALE: 1955 4-dr. Dodge
(Kingsway). Phone 3-1322.
House 8548, Margarita.
FOR SALE'52 Hudson Com-,
modore "8" 4-doer sedan. Hy Hy-dramatic,
dramatic, Hy-dramatic, radio, heater, direct
tional lights, undercoat. A one one-owner
owner one-owner car hi good condition. Will
sail on trms re Zonian or aerv
keman, ne banks or finance
companies te deal with. .Homo phone,
Albrook 7201;. duty
phono, Curundu 4256.'.
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillac Sport
Coupe, good condition,' price.'
$345. 658-B. Curunde Height.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Olds-'
mobile Super Holiday. 2000
miles, hydrostatic, power afoot
mg, power brakes, radio, haete,
w-a-w. many order extra. Phone
Dr. Ralph Adams. Balboa 6432.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 4-doer
a dan, xcoltont condition, low :
mileage. Original owner reeving.
Phone Gamboa 438.
FOR SALE: 1951 Sredobakev
4jpeVA4s6g18B4Bv 4j)8j)6xr 1916)49 BatBqjSp
bearer, $325. Cad Balboa 6389.
FOR SALEs
. top. Now
2-1872.
1952 Boies Hard.
and battery.
Wtm Tone flroro Im
BODY REDFCENQ
McLrT Sstcsilnrs. Mmwrnf
tcra ateth snls mm I,
miri OcKs, mrt anew,
0RT0PEDIA MAC10NAL
st Avrtvm Am iso -mi
Do. ojCHOiX trasses
TtANSPORTtS BAXTER, t. A
ettesleP sa eartsrB84BSts84 s eri4srPBJgs9
2.2451 22562
Lear Ritir at
PANAMA tlDIN6 5CMOC1
tJ4imm e )mmpi CI sans alslly
IttS .aa, faawe 2-2451
a attslaeaiaaS.

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. ra. da

WAvlA XL BATUBRO f axqns Latevr
Miscellaneous
' MOTOR AL SALES 4 SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGhST STOCK OF TUBES I
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS and t.v. sets on
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES QENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW Nft 38. i lii ;
"TECHO" QUALITY corrugated
galvanised sheets, 36- BG 2' x 6',
special galvanised finish, $1.25
per SHEET. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC. P.O. Bos
4489. Phone Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707. .,
WI OFFER: COPPER WATER
TUBIN0, 12," 58", 14"
Type K fr L, TIN LEAD SOLDER
4060 end 5050 Alloy, I lb.,
and 5 lb. Spools, 1 lb. Bart.
LEAD CAULKING WOOL Best
for Plumbing. LEAD SHEETS
18T nd 364" thick. LEAD
INGOTS sixes: 3 lb.," 25 lb.
50 lb., 100 lb. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS, INC., P.O. Bos
4489Phene Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707. '',
FIRE SALE Buch Pros camera.
M.5 Wollenisklen flash, range range-finder
finder range-finder magaiines, a tot ef lenses,
list $266, for $150; Speed Gra Graphic
phic Graphic 4x5 $125 like now. Inter,
national Jewelry. Inc., 155 Cen Central
tral Central Ave., Camera Center.
FOR SALE: 34 ton air-conditioner,
25-cycle, $95; G.E.! re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, s $35. Phone Balboa
1235 after 4:30.
t FOR SALE; Slide projector,
Golde, master model, 500 watt,
25-60 cycle AC or DC. Projects
35 mm, 2 x 24 up to I'ax I'ax-S;4ya
S;4ya I'ax-S;4ya with case, like new $55.
Phone Gamboa 193.
FOR SALE: Linoleum $4, radio
table $7.50. 25-ey. adding ma i
chin $15, dressing table fr aeat1
$50; vetiaHan blinds $2.50, 25-
oyair conditioner $90, bamboo
jhadel,:iJ5t Ford. 950 1
HudsoiiJ-Phpne.1235, 5s.; ;
FOR SALE Pedigreed Cocker
Spaniel, I year old, female, wen.
derflte for 'children, ; $20.
, House.? l-A. New Cristobal. .
FOR SALE OR RENTji- Beauty
salon and dresseiaking estabtish estabtish-mentN
mentN estabtish-mentN 8 years ef integrity. -Easy
payments. Phone n 2-4178.
vs.
Mother
5o She Won't Tell
Ot Theft
DONCASTER, England, June 7
(UP) Laborer James ,W. Storrs,
27, .confessed in court today that
he murdered his mother to -pre
vent her. from, telling police he
stole 85.60 from her.: :
The body of Mrs. Nellie Storrs,
69, was xound under a bed on
April 24, the day after she was
beaten and strangled. Storrs sur
rendered to police.
His statement read in court said
he was a "bit short of brass so
he took money from his mother
with "every intention of paying it
back." He said he later heard his
mother telling a -neighbor she
would go to the police.
LIFE BSSDRANCE
-.. ; esJl ' ' ''
JLt KIDQE Z
General Aftent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Fanaxna B-B53
;, CHIROPRACTOR.;
, Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
. East 34th Street
. across from Lux Theatre
': Bears : sjii. te ll:M
o-', 8:00 p.m. te 8:08 p.m. --TeL
TeL --TeL Panama 8-3272.
'. '" ; free '
doionstrations
. en .. :"
NECCHI -SUPER-NOVA
J
Sewing JIachlnes 1
FREE SEWINQ LESSONS
..Z Given at V, "t
' .BRANCH"
ECONOGAS V
BRANCH
, 'Tlverl Ave. H-71 :-'
TeL 2Z61t
DAMLWBOQUETE
EXCURSION
SCXDAT, JUNE 22
riDANQCE TRAVEL
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la Ossa Ava. Mo. 41 a FOTO nOMY-Jiurta Arasenwna An. and .1.1 SL a FARMACIA

I Strati FARMACIA "SAS"-Vla
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Gulbransan Studio
.. piano. $500, refrigerator, fences
'. chairs,: radio, dressers, new beds.
miscellaneous household rtem.
1S39-B, Mange St.. off Amador
-?'oad. t''v k-
FOR SALE: Bamboo bar 6'x2';
", with hanging bamboo wait back
Ing, 3 glass shelves $45. Ama-
.P:.dor.'4235.:'.ii:i)-'.;rH:.!,-i
FOR SALE : Modern three:pico
..Jiving room set, 1 baby s Cnb.
Phone Panama 3-4387. L
FOR SALE 60-eyele Westing- i
( House. 9-foot ret ngerator, excel-1
lent Condition, new ainit. Phone f
Qaniboa 4i a.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, axcef-,
lent condition. House 0855-B,'.
Balboa, C.I, Phone 2-3177.
FOR SALE :--' Kitchen, utanlils'
; bed linen, iron,,. Venetian blinda.i.
Christmas' tree, lights, dacora-
' tions. Mnmif 1 Sellina aul. Sal-
boa 2-4139. . A
PERSONALS
. WILL COUPLE who bought mar-v
' ..: viv v- rvp raoiat' uim.il
phone Curundu 7I96r
Real Estate
FOR SALE: J Tnrea-bedroom
house, with 4 two baths, i living )
,mn, mnvMIt I WW
mater ef land in Golf Height.
For information calr frm 8 a.m.
fe 5 p.,. 3-1141 or 3-3341.
After 5, p.m. 3-3069.?
7
1 : -i i I
REV. RALPH L. WYSOhlff 1.1

$1,licenlly PPQinted .' pastorof are William Proxmire,thrice de de-the
the de-the HJhurch of the Nazarerfe-.in feated gubernatorial candidate-

Margarita. 'Kev:- and Mn.' Hyiong
wma uim bwit- jpuiuicB, weoown
, exv-jsia' 'bajiiiiv If tliO s n i
Zom irom I)BburT."Gonn, Naza
ran. jthiin-h. .a I .
j i .r M cuuuuci-
ed. at, thej Margarita school .gym-
nasium with Sunday School at :5
..ii. iruiuiv 'U'ig u .nri
sabbath. ,v:
.
i-
"ii m; nanwM,
To Meet Al Diablo
' 1
rnnr and all nlhm miih
mi hi, uniaiu w. iof-

vnluntMr their imiM. rfinH Kl""ey 4

Canal Zone summer recreation pro-
Pram, ara rtminrUrl ht h. I
will be a meetina of the Summer
Recreation Committee at' 10 0'-
clock Saturday -monuag in t h e 1
Diablo Clubhouse.
The meetuis is beini called in
order to coordinate the varloua ar
uviucs Deing piannea ror me sum-1
mer. ana mass plans. lor tie over-1
au program
Registratien for raH CanaI' Zone
school children- in -grades one -to
eight Inclusive is now beinc held
at the Lower Margarita School
on tne Atlantic side an at both
Ancon and Balboa Elementary
Schools on tbe Pacific side. The
deadline for registration bat been
set for June IS. ---.:-
The sumnier recreatioa program
is a Community Chest acUvitiy.
. 9 DAYS LEFT
FATHER'S DAY

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Ponas 111 JXOVE0ADES ATHIS Bosldt

SERVICES
, BAHIA'S SALOON (Bar Res Restaurant)
taurant) Restaurant) Presents every night,
. except Monday two floor shows
at 9:30 and 12:30 a.m. Their
preductioa "Carnival at the Ba Ba-hia"
hia" Ba-hia" is a beautiful show, ; with
Ricardo Dias, Sonia Zulara, Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Mitre and Twe-Gun Smokey.
Regular pricer v with no cover
charge and air conditioner. Ba Ba-hia's
hia's Ba-hia's Saloon en Balboa Avenue,
Panama.
The best dinner and .drinks
are served in eur modern air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, cafeteria, frill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla.
se S de Maye,
Miscellaneous
WILL EXCHANGE 1954 VlnV
cent motorcycle, 1000 e., re-t
: cently everhaulad, all parts new. i
Preferably 500 cc. 650 mr:
J Harley Davidson last choice. Tel-
ephon Z-0740, Donade. from
to 12. neon. 2 to 4:30 a.m. 'r
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO -BOX
1211. CRISTOBAL, CX-
Yon need not buy a TV SETI 1
ii ot ; reaponaaie pncai.
fll 2-2374. v -f
ForMcQrlhS
Calletffw
MADTSOW. Wi.. June 7 fUPU-
6ov Vernon W Thomson, yester yesterday
day yesterday called a Special election to .be
held Aug. 27 to choose a succesor
to the late Sen, Joseph R. McCir-
.Thomson's announcement came
on the eve of the state Republi
can convention at LaCross where
at least four announced GOP can candidates
didates candidates fort nomination will be vy?
ingjor supports v- tff.-'
At least four ft Detnocrtta have
indicated they also will be candl.
dates for the seat left vacant by
McCarthy's death. ...
The opposing candidates 'will be
chosen in party primaries' to be
held July' 30. f, --:
,. ,( j,' ... -e";fc r;. : ,'- '','.-;,,;....'.
iReDublictna who have nnnunparf
they wilt run in the primary are
Walter Kohler, three times gover governor
nor governor of the : state and ah "Eisen "Eisenhower
hower "Eisenhower Republican"; Lt. Gov. War Warren.
ren. Warren. Knowles; "ex-Rep. Glenn Dav-
t ..U ,-Cf, SUV 111 .U A,Oa8JU,
Tjl-lv- nmnrr.tl. ,n-.-..
Rep. Henry Reuss; Rep. Clement
wqci: na' aiiit n. Henrv
I 41 ellfp
I -. -.1 1
I w -.
racvarujy t seai nas Deen va-
cant since, his .death of a -llvr
aUment May 2.omsonendeoa
mnnui nr srwrnilatiAn ,k-.
I vvvw-w-.VM rv.u. 111. .11-
I uiiiiirni uiai-ne. WOUld Ctll
special eiecuonw
Cfaclnnatf
Ab R H lo
4-0.0 :
Temple Sb ...
Truman rl
Bell ef
wrAmm iav 1 m
r.Mw.A w -
. e
f?b J
McMillan ga ..... 2
d-Lynch 1
croas P v.-.......' 1
-Burgess ,w . . 1
Jb Jeffcoat 0
Jwler n ........ 0
c-8chult i... 1
2
0 0
Nuzhall n ....... o
-
Totals J4
I I 24 10
, rhlladelphla
lAshhnrn ,t
1- 1
0 1
8
1
Hamner 2b ......
Lopata c
Bouchee lb
Jones lb
Repnlskl It- ......
Bowman rf, ......
1 12
e
reraandea as ..... 2
Roberts p 2
Totals1
21 6 10 27 12
a Singled for Gross In 5th.
b Ran for Burgess la 5th.
e Grounded out for rowler In
7th..; ; .'
d Rolled out for McMillan la
9th. ; .. v
Cincinnati
010 000 100 2,
Philadelphia
002 211 OOx 6
" RBI:Hoak, Bailey, Lopata 2
Bowmaa 2, Bouchee, RepuUkL
2b; Crowe, Bailey. 2b: Hoar. HR:
Lopata, Bowman, RepuUkL SB:
Robinson 2, McMillan. DP: Mc McMillan
Millan McMillan Temple Crowe, LOB:
Philadelphia 2, Cladnnati C BB:
Roberts L, Gross 1. NuxhaU I.
SO: Roberts 2. Gross 4. NuxhaU
1 4 .
KuxhaU 1-2. Runs and earnea
runs: Roberta 2-1 Gross 4-4,
rowler 2-2. WP: Roberts il-.
LP; Gross (4-2).

LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Pretoen
Balboa 2-4239..v Harnett and'
' Donn.

' Spanish -' classes, T" conversation, 1:
given by experienced teacher. ..
, Call evenings, Mrs, Scott, 3- L
0782.
' WANTED TO BUY Small tec tec-,
, tec-, end hand car, in very 'good con.
dition. Call Panama 3-3034.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Fully experienced
cook. Good salary, small family.
-Mutt sleep in. Needless apply'
without references, ,5th vA venue
No.41-15. 1 .

Ilev Ships For Panama Cruise Season

(PA-C) BOYD Brothers. Inc..
general agents of the AROSAJ
LINE, have announced-that the
line Js planning to make- Cris
tobal a port of call during the
coming cruise season., The shJDs
which will, be callint. at the
Isthmus will be the AROSA
SKY, the AROSA SUN and
AROSA STAB.- The AROSA
SKY.' thg-flagahlD-of the line
will begin her cruise season on
December 20th and continue
untU mid-April -The AROSA
SUN and "AROSA STAR WlU
cruise from Miami beginning in
January. .. ,,v;,.,.i;t;:j.
AIl three vessels- are 'brftentlv
In rthe trans-Atlantle, tfiervlce i
vEbOTCii iionn -runenca e una
porta In Great Britain and1 Pon-
Mrs. Mary Brown
Returns Home $
r;GZ Visit
if
-f.-'v,
trs.. Mary. Brown of Prnnuiim
New York, returned home yes-
ieraay alter v arpendlng-.v three
muawB j visiungr ner- family in
ranama. na SDenr. hsrnnHn.
here accompanied bv
Roland and daring her stay was
ww guest, gr ner mouier, riorit
ta Thompson . tv.
Cop NqifGiiilty
'Contained trom' Fart
1)
neaaea oiricer, he 'would have
remained on the scene when the
youth ran away, conducted the
cmiaren across the street, ; and
vnen later asked some of ; the
people there. "who was. that
smarr-aieck kld"f
Frankel said that-nrrnHnfv
cuuia xiave Kone oacit tfta i nrrt
aay to scnool and : made the
proper complaints to parents and
icacners. ii-.ii r ( ,,
The lawyer Intimated that
pernaps Police CaDt K. S. Shin.
ley would now conduct a nrlvate
Investigation Into the matter to
see K Jhe policeman deserves
any disciplinary action.
Frankel added: "All this evl
dence we have heard could have
been avoided If Mr. McGllneev
had known how to conduct him
self as a policeman."
The first case was finally dis disposed
posed disposed of at 4:10 p.m. it began at
8:30 a.m. while groups of curi curious
ous curious spectators who could -not
enter the overcrowded court-:
room milled about outside the
building waiting for the decision.
Several of the witnesses, all
Rainbow City residents or neigh neighbors
bors neighbors of the McDonald family,
who appeared to testify In the

2.nrst case, were recalled in the
1 second. -'

- The seeend ease Involved the
battery charge arajnst Mc Mc-Glincey,
Glincey, Mc-Glincey, filed by Mrs. Veream
McDeaald, the yMth's mother.
Sheridan- aianaged to show
that Mrs. McDonald was hyster-
leal aod excited when she bee sn
pushing the officer who tried to
keep rat hold oa Frederick.
MCDonsJds l5ter also tried to
wrest the youth from McOUn-
ceys hold. Several spectators
pushed forward, pressing e-a the
policefnan. evidence abowed.
One of the witnesses stated that
the aister used the top of- her
umbrella to butt the policesiaa
and release his hold on McDon McDonald.
ald. McDonald. There were ehoekle In Te
court whea Sheridan confronted
one of the witnesses who testi testified
fied testified that the policeman kicked
Mrs. McDonald In the buttocks.
Where did this word come
from do you always ute It,"
ha asked, Tbe witaess replied In

FOR SALE: 14 Runabout fully
equipped many extras, 25-hp.
Evinrudt, $450. SI 00-D, Mar.
garlta. Phone 3-1373, 4 to 7
. p.m. t it ' '

FOR SALE: 25-hp. Jehnto
outboard : mete r,- completely
overhauled, $250. Home phone
84-5153, office 82-3166.
FOR SALE: Auxiliary sleep,
, 24x6' 54. Leaving,- must aall.
Call 3-2447, 6 p.m. 1 9 p.m.
FOR SALE. New outboard mo-!
tor $90. 706-D, Xurundu, next
to twlmming pool. ''., .; !?
fffOH SALE: Te the hightst bid.
' dar,- 2 power lawn mowers. May
-I bo sen at Fort-Clayton; Officers'
Club, Ft. Clayton C.Z. Call 87.
v 9281. All bida must be is by
30 June. 1957, .'
. If'

tlnental Europe, s The AROSA
SKY -was f built In 1949. ; by
"Chantiers Navals de la Clo Clo-tat,"
tat," Clo-tat," and. wag formerly the-Me
sagerie Maritime liner, LA MAR MARSEILLAISE,'
SEILLAISE,' MARSEILLAISE,' which operated be-,
tween France and the Far East..
She was refitted for the AROSA
Line by the Soclete Des,' Ateliers
Terrln at Marseilles, v where
many JuXury ieaturea were add-
i ; According to Soyd Brothers,
the :xart schedule -for these
vessels.' for the coming cruiseJK
season-.'haavjnot "yet been def i-vU
nltely set, but Cristobal wlU be
ona. of th)-porta "on the itlner
ary -The' AROSA SKY will' car carry
ry carry about '830 -passengers.'

jQuoteynq

uote
LONDON" OCvening'. Standard
erjtie Ramsden Grieg on Soviet
party bow Khrushchev's television
.interviewi'': 'Mr-' i'.fM:'

, -"Nikita 1 Sergeyevitch Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev is assort of .Yul Brynner of
the USSR. it:J'
Myr-' YORK Dr. Jlebert Ber Ber-ger,
ger, Ber-ger, chairman of the New York
state Medical Society's committee
on narcotics and alcohol addiction,,,
charging before the American Me Medical
dical Medical Assn. that, athletes may have have-used
used have-used stimulant, drugs to help them

run four minute miles:
The recent rash of four-minute
miles is no coincidence. When I
was a college boy the four minute-
mil was an unlikely as fly
ing' to the moon." : .-? ,
NEW YORK Don Bowden. the
nation's first sub four-minute mil mil-er
er mil-er on a charge that the- recent
flurry of four-minute miles was
due to the use of stimulant drugs:
"The coaches and athletes I
know have too much integrity to
use. flrugs. ;-f v ,.-; ,. s;
BOSTON w Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson on the rise of
Communism:.
'Due to our international ool
icies snd our strong defense there
is reason to believe that the rise.
of Communism hat reached and,
passed its peak uT spite of Mr.
Soviet party boss Nikit S. Khru Khrushchev's
shchev's Khrushchev's recent forecast."
ASHEVTLLE. N.C. Vice Preav
ident Richard JL, Nixon urging
white snd Negro leaders in the
South to remove the causes of ra- :
cial prejudice: '"''v
it may use decades "to achieve
equality ef opportunity-for your
Negro citizens If we rely on law
alone. And that type nf struggle
in tun could leave 4 leraev of
bitterneas which wonld poison our

nation ana nun our prestige
broad." -. .' ., ;
NEW YORK Evangelist Billy Z
Graham ea racial prejudice:'
"Man looks on 4he outward ap

pearance of his feiiew ma a, God
on the iaside. We are made of one-
blood all the nations of us. Jesua
bad none of the bigotries that we
have. I fear that there is bigotry
even in some of our couches to-
aay.
WASHINGTON President Ek
aenhower en a suggestion that the
time might be ripe for a realign realignment
ment realignment of the major political per
ties: ,-
"I am busy. I am working hard.
I havent-any time for such stuff
as that r
the' affirmative.
Garcia found that the police
man was "not guilty of bat rr.
and that he was dearly "on'-r
trying to carry out his duty i
preserving Use custody ef a pris prisoner.



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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1557.
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1957.

PIVrXET

P'kHti Rnflif TM RuL. .d.:: Amy Reveals Km

AFTER THE ROCKET BLAST t At Ft. Sherman yesterday, Latin American officer 'students
Df the USARCAREB school inspected the "Honest John' shortly after it had fired a rocket
which landed in the target area near Gatun Lake. Army officials and Panama newsmen were
among those who Witnessed the launching. (U.S- Army Photo)

34 Canal Zone Scouts Leave Tomorrow
For Two-Week Encampment At El Vblcan
V. Ahmit 34 scouts will leave the i staff members are from' Fort,-- r-

Canal Zone tomorrow for a three- Clayton.
STv trin to Cbid El Volcan, near Three sessions of two weeks

j the Costa mean Doraer. uoji wa .e iiiauueu iui un cui),

Turned Union's $40,000 To Own Use

(from TtoodS 4. Diablo; 15, Al

Ihwfftk Air Force Base: and 19,

Ij Fort Amador will spend wo
b weeks at the :amp inaugurating

.'the summer season.

.wDBDartine about 2:30 tomorrow

T afternoon: the scouts will ride in a

convoy; oi zotn uuanxry yenicic.
alieea.' six 2Mr ton trucks,, a tank

ikwlr and an. ambulance

IS rharffn f the iionvov-' will be

jaJ. John F. Harth; executive of.

Z' fleer m n iZWB s aecono tsaua.
,!llon assisted! by isl- Lt.' Robert
; L..JMoore,regtmenUl communica-
'tions flfficw;-., '' vr t'ki:

" TfhU-yMf.th rup will canu
-wt Jr,tw nighlt n1ht. way;
I pin th first, night at Rid
Mt; and at La almat 'a
' tmalt town in tht intarior the
" stcML";Tlwj'cntingtnt U xv
wctd t ifeach El Volcan
' time Matirfay afternewi.
Two. adult leader will aecompa-

ny. tha-seouU and remain w i t-h
i r them xiuruia the two-week : period.

They are CoWdr. Richard A. Sex-

' ton, tftb Naval District, for Troop
VV is-, and M-SeL Robert C. Trahan,

5700th Materiel Squadron, Albrook
'iAirJorce Base, for Troop 15.
' The scouts will be greeted by

1st VL Ennis A.-Viereck, Jr., of

; the 'U.S. '-Army Ordnance Service,
' and his volunteer camp staff: Sic.

Charles 'AiStUlwell. Sp3 Robert

J. Kohlbeck and Sp3 David E

Sampson, of the 17th Ordnance
Company: SpS Harlan R. Edle-

m an, U.S. Army Medical Service ;
Pfc. Ralph I Bell,. Battery B,
903rd AAA Battalion; Sp3 Nobert
Opyd, U.S. Army Signal Service;
and 6p2 James W.-Garner, Com Company
pany Company G, 20th Infantry. Garner, if
from Fort Kobbe while the other

The second group of scouts will

leave in a 20th Infantry- convoy
for El Volcan about June 22. ar

riving June 24. Then the first
group will be returned by the con-,
voy. A similar schedule will be

followed with the third group leav
ing about July 6.

Weather Or Not

This weather: repert for the
24 hours ending I a.m. tbday,
it prepared by the Meteor!
sua) and Hyarographie branch
rtfc Panama Canal Company:

alba Cristobal

' Balboa Crlst6bal

TFMPiRATURI:
High ......... ;
Uw M.
HIMiDITYi
Hla-h 7
SI

17
77

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(max. nph)
RAIN (inches)
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SATURDAY,

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JUNE I

S5

11:19 pm:

LOW
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TCDAY! i .75 .40
1:1 4:ir. (:35 : jn.

n$t:2AXCE SET TO KUSIC!

tng-21d! Joyooa high-jinx 1

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Jib Crane, Houses,
Gravel Plant Put
Up For Bidding

Nineteen miscellaneous buildings
located on both sides of the Isth Isthmus,,
mus,, Isthmus,, the gravel plant at Gamboa,
some fencing, and jib crane in
the Balboa Industrial Area, are
currently being advertsied by the
Panama Canal Company lor sale

and removal.

Bidr on. the various items, will

be opened the morning of June 19

in the Administration (Building at
Balboa Heights.
The buildings listed, for sale In Include
clude Include 12 buildings located in the
VbIKao Inrliiaiwlct 1 kA tiuA im.

APsaavci luuuaiiini at -x ou u-
tures in the Balboa oil tank farm

area: a gasoline storage shed lo

cated in the aid Maintenance Di

vision yard at Corozo Street: a

railroad waiting shed -at the Sum Summit
mit Summit railroad station the former
Service Center building at Camp
Bierd two buildings on Taboga

Street in Old Cristobal; and a
building in the Maintenance Divi

sion area in Old Cristobal.

The Gamboa gravel plant which

is being put up for sale and dem demolition
olition demolition includes the tail tower,
the i control house, a steel must,

the screemng and washing struc

ture, a storage shed a spur of
railroad track.
The fence for sale is a combi combination
nation combination of corrugated iron sheets
and cyclone fencing enclosing the
area adjacent to the building for

sale in Old Cristobal.

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ivuiiuci vi nideu

Army Ends Visit
On Isihmian Soil

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JLV KARM ALBERBHETTI

Premature Quinls
Succumb Vilhin
Twenty-Four Hours
VILLA DI JOAO BELO. Mo

zambiaue. June 7 (UP) Quintu

plets born prematurely yesterday

to a native woman an died to today,
day, today, a spokesman for the re

gional hospital said

Dr. Antonio Moreira. director

of the regional hospital here
told the United Press:

"The Infants did not have any

chance of survival from trie out

set. They, had no resistance, and
all died within 24 hours of be being
ing being born."

He said the mother was well

and In no danger.

AF Weather Plane

Sights Mayflower
NearProvincetown
OTIS Am FORCE BASE. Mass

June 7 (UP) An Air Force

weather patrol plane siehted the

Mayflower n about 350 miles

south of Province town, Mass.,
today.
The tiny replica of the Pil Pil-Tim
Tim Pil-Tim vessel appeared first as a
"blio" on the radar screen. MaJ

W"ium Simpson said.

Then throueh a small hole

In a rather souo sky. there she

was right below," Simpson said.

Classes 'N Lasses

I CHICAGO, June J (UP Lane

wit glasses with dark, ornate

frame are "sophisticsted aid
worldly.' Girls with plain, rimless
or goid-CDed rims tend to wear

rotuervatnr but expensive clothes.
The Optical Manufacturers Assa.
her made the judgments but re reserved
served reserved the most telling comment
for last. Corner decorations on

CoL Aaron Zeev, one of -"the

founders of the Israel. Army,
who. spent a week: visiting" Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, left yesterday to continue

nis jaun American tour."

The high Israeli bffidai'made

an inspection tour of, Miraflo-

res Locks before he left,-, and

cauea on several fanama gov

ernment officials 5; during his

stay.

Zeev was sent by the Israel
government on a two-month

tour. He left for Nicaragua and

uosia Kica yesterday, jitter hair hairing
ing hairing already visited Argentina,

wine, Hrazu ana Colombia. -After
completing hU Latin A.

merican tour, he will spend six
weeks in the United States on

a military inspection trip. ;

During Ms Panama stay he

was escorted by the new Israel

Consul of Panama, Aaron Eisen.

4Ih Of Jury Group

Has $400 Promised;

For.$3,0Q0 Project

Tirst reoorta of tha'Parifir

side Independence Day Celebra

tion committee show S300 woth

of tickets have been sold for the
June 29 fund-raising dance. '

The committee, composed of "re "representative'
presentative' "representative' from Zone, e i i c
and military groups, has set its

sights oo raising 13.000 to out a-

eross the Fourth of July program

wmca wui center in Balboa. 1

At their last meeting in the fort

Amador American Lesion Club

the Committee representatives fil

ed initial reports showing $300 in
ticket sales.

In addition to the ticket sales.

in commute was informed at
its last meeting that the American

Legion Has promised a $100 coo-

tributioa in support of the 1 1 d e-

peodence Day program.. The big
dance will b held ia the Amador

Legiofl Club. :
Som highlights of th program
include a swim meet, parade, and
aa impmriv display of fireworks

oo Sosa Hill.
Alfred J. Gsovin, chairmaa of
the committee, called the e z t

committee meeting for TuesdsyJ

Jure 11, at toe 'Amador Legioa

He urg-

WASHINGTON. -June 7 (UP)

The Senate Labor Rackets. Com

mittee said today that former vice

president George L. Stuart of the

Bakers Union spent, more i than

$40,Q00 of union funds for personal

items, with some of the money

going to a woman not on the un

ion payroll. ,

committee uvestigator George

M. Kapecky also testified tfiat two

locals of the union bought three

Cadillacs, a auick and a Chevrolet

sports car for more than $7,000 in
1954-56 as "suitable gifts", for
Stuart and Union President James

G. Cross. '.
Promptly haled before the' com committee,
mittee, committee, Stuart, who recently re

signed under -fire, refused even to

say if he was ever connected with
the unions He took refuge in the

Fifth Amendment's protection
gainst possible self-incrimination.'

After btuart refused to answer.

committee investigator James M

Mundy took the witness stand to

testify on Stuart's personal use of

umon tunos.

' H said his $40,000 stimat of
Stuart's spending included th
union leader's shar of th auto auto-mebils.
mebils. auto-mebils. -As
the gray haired, sun-tanned

Stuart listened intently, Mundy

testified that Stuart bought "a $61
Bl airline ticket in 1955 for a flight

from Los Angeles to Portland, Ore.
ostensibly for himself.

But Mundy said the passenger

actually was a ,'Kay Lower."

i m said Stuart also sent a $200

money order to Los Angeles in

March,. 1956, -purportedly: for ; a

strike donation.". But Mundv said

the-money actually went to a "Mrs.
E. K., Thorpe'' who, h aid, "'is
also known as Kay Lower."

Mundy cid not further identify
the woman, except to comment

that she was not on the ; union's

payroll,

Committee counsel Robert F.

Kennedy asked Mundy If the mon money
ey money order was sent "at the behest"
of. the vnion president, Cross.
Mundy replied that it was.''
Mundy testified that Stuart also
got from the union-prepayment of
a $1,450 union loan to- a former
union official; a $27S air condition

er, two dehumidifiers worth $188, $188,-58;
58; $188,-58; a pearl necklace, bracelet and

earrings worth $780; a $375 cock-

tan set: a $95 pair: of cufflinks:.

three suits and an overcoat cost

ing 43u; ana a oea and mgh fideu-

ty pnonogrspn costing $539.
Investigator Murphy, wh mad,
a search of th union' records,
teld th committee about, th au au-tmbll
tmbll au-tmbll aifis t Stuart, and:
Crss. '

He said the union locals lOO and

sou oougni: r i

One Cadillac for Stuart
at a cost of $6,515;

One Buck for Stuart in Mv

uk9, at a cost ot $1,146,86;
Two Cadillacs for'. Cross and

Stuart in December. 1955. at a cost

of $13,100.18. Kapecky aaid the

cost was written off on th union's

books as "joint organizational ex

penses,

In a complicated 1956 deal Ka Kapecky
pecky Kapecky testified, the' locals voted to

give another Cadillac to Cross but

mat. Stuart actually got th car.

He said each local donated S2.-.

14J.IW. ". r

But in the deaL Kaoeckv laid.

Stuart traded in his four-months-

old Cadillac, making the net cost

of the new Cadillac onlv $712.34.

He said the balance of $3,575 was

refunded to Stuart, who used it

to buy a Chevrolet Corvette sports

car. 1

Anthony ConfortL president of

tli union's big Chicago Local 1,

wnicn was I armed oy merging

iocsis iou, local aoo and other u

nits,' testified that local 300 also

bugbt a Cadillac for Stuart in

1953 as a,"suitable gift" or the

union vice president

conforti, who insisted he never

used union funds for his own oer

sonai use, was confronted by a

statement oy Kennedy that he has. tee that Stuart ran the Bakers'

urawn 4s,ujs irom the umon smceiumon' like a "nation ai dictator

union

.officers

1953 for expenses,

H conceded he had not report,
erf this expense money on hi in income
come income tax returns.
But he insisted the monpv mpriv

ly was repaid to him for legitimate
union expenses and was not extra
income, - V-
Coforti also told the commit-

ship" which dipped into
funds and dumped local

who opposed him.
He said he once gave Stuart $6, $6,-750
750 $6,-750 in union funds for an organiz organizing
ing organizing drive among emoloves of a

baking company the Salerno-Mc-

Gowen Co., i 1955.

ncKup 3ro pgn; iitut the

: v - (NEA TelephOto)
ISSUJB REPORT ON SMOKING t Dr. E. .Cuyler Hammond
(left),, a director of the-American Cancer Society, and Dr.
Daniel Horn", his assistant, look at their charts Jn New York,
after announcing the results of then organization's four-year
statistical study on smoking at the annual meeting -of the
American Medical Association. The report couplea- smoking
with premature death and said that the rate of death from'
all, causes, was higher among smokers than non -smokers.

AmencanrSmbking

Despite Record Of Lung

in 1954

Negro Abandons
Fight To Enter :
Georgia School V:

oUictic nra reveil that a worn a Cub. starhni at T:30 o.m

is leminine, Ryiuun, youthful, po- embers of th public to at
pular, iateUigeot and capable.' ,tend. ; 7

ATLANTA, June 7 (UP) The

even-year legal fight of Necro

Horace warn to enter the Unl

verslty of Georgia Uw school was

at an end today, at least tem

porarily. .
Ward'i attorney, Austin T.

WaJden, said Ward had aban abandoned
doned abandoned his efforts to transfer,

from the Northwestern Unlver
slty law school.

Waldea said the legal battle
may be renewed later "but for

the present tune lt ha been

dropped."

Federal Judge Frank Hooper

last February ruled against Ward
In a climax to his long struggle
to enter th all-white university
The deadline for appealing
Hooper's artioa U higher courts

ha expired, 1

SvASHINGTON 'June 7 (UP)

Americans are smoking more cig

arettes thsn ever despite reports

indicating a link between smox

ing and lung cancer,,, a govern

ment tobacco expert said today.

The official, an Agriculture De

partment marketing specialist

ssid smokers will consume -399

billion cigarettes by Jun 30, end

of the fiscal year. This would be
3 per cent more than the 387 bil

lion smoked in the preceding year.

The official did not predict what

impact the latest report by the

American Cancer Society would
have. But he noted that previous

warnings caused only a tempora

ry drop a consumption, ., .'- .-'
Thsocity Mid in a "report
Tuesday n four-yar ; study

Queen Elizabeth
Gains First Win!
In Classic Race!

EPSOM. England. June 6 (UP)

Queen Elizabeth won One of

England a classic horse races for

the first time today as her filly

Carozza, won the Oaks Stakes,

with Silken Glider second' and

Rose Royale II 'third.

Carozza won In a photo fin

ish, with Rose Royale II three
lengths back.. In 2 minutes 27 27-33
33 27-33 seconds..

that parsons wh smoke ar; 10

times more likely to die of lunq
cancer than non-smokers. It-at-s
said fhr is a "claahc u t"
association btwn emoking nd
many thr ailments.
J V r t
1 The government expert said a
decline in smoking in 1953-54 coin

cided 5 with newspaper stories,
magazine articles and television
program concerning smoking and
lung cancer. At that time, cigar

ette Consumption dropped to- 378
billion af reaching 397 billion a

- earlier. ? '
The eUv.-t of the 1953-54 can-

cer, scare wore off." he s a i d.

Cigarette consumrMJon leveled-off

for a time, and in the. last i two

jeri uic rise resumed.. ..

In the last vears we have

had on three xr four occasions : a

Durst or new evidence ot a possi-

dw. cancer-cijareue linx, out it
has not affected the upturn.'1 In

fact, an interim report ,by the can

cer society in 1955 apparently had
no effect' t .

The specialist attributed the rise

in cigarette smoking, to- an in

crease in the basic population a
greater smoking rate among all
smoker age-groups, and a hike in

the number of7 persons mo-rtly

women who hive. just started to

smoke. 4 . -J

Eleven fillies started the one

and one-half-mile run at Epsom
Downs with Rose Royale H. win

ner of the 1000 Guineas, the bet

ting favorite ai 11 to 10 odds at

Phong:

Af Guiick, Davis
;', 1 WM-B:,
A change in dialuiii procedures
affecting telephones -connected v to
the Fort Guiick and Fort' William
D.. Davis telephone exchanges will
become effective at midnight June

14, -tteaaouarters, U.S.- Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean announced today. ; ?

If caiung .within the rort. Gu

iick and Fort Davis telphone ex

changes, look in the directory tor

thev number desired. Chance the

first number .. '8" -to "O" and dial

the remaining four Bumliersv
"To' Call to Pacific telephone ex exchanges
changes exchanges from Fort Guiick a n d
Fort Davis, look in the directory

for desired number.' Do not dial a

"O." Dial the number eaxctly s
hsted. tor example, to, c a 1 1
from Fort Guiick to the executive
officer, Signal Section, : Corozal,
dial 85-2110," the. announcement
said.,
There 'is- no change if calling
Panama Canal, Navy or Panama,
To call from the Pacific Area
to Fort Guiick of Fort Davis,
look up in the directory the num number
ber number desired. Dial ,W for J" or t
Guiick and "07" for Fort Davis.

then only the last threeSigits of
the number. For example: to call
from Corozal to Fort Guiick Post

signal utuce,. oiai us-zio. ?

f here is- no change- in calling

within Pacific area exchanges, nor

to Panama Canal, Wavy or Pans

ma. v :

Panama Canal and Navy ; sub

scribers using the Army telephone

system to call transisthmian. I or

calling Army numbers v in the' At

lantic Area,'-should modify, their

dialing procedure in accord

tne aoove. f-. 5rv?

with

Farewell Reyiewi!
Honors Chylon'sV:
Col. Peler Peca

.--.V .,-;,r-.vi ,,:

A farewell review was given In

honor of Col. Peter S. Peca. com.

mandtag officer of Fort Clayton,
this morning;, followed by -a re

ception at the Tort Clayton Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club. k ,-':.'.'-

The review was comprised of

troops from the 65th AAA Group

and Technical Service organiza

tiona of Fort Clayton and was

conducted at the artillery Quad-
ranfle.''i'5" ;;' ''' -Peca.
vho will depart via US-

NS Gibbons on Monday, has
been in the' Canal Zone since
August, 1954, and served as chief
of Military Missions until Nov.

2, 1959. when he assumed the
duties of commanding officer of
Fort Clayton and the 65th AAA
Group.. ,f ',

TMor to reporting to his new
assignment at Fort Bliss, CoL
and Mrs. Peca and their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Beatrice, and two sons. Pe Peter
ter Peter Jr. and Louis, will spend a
short vacation at their home In

Octavia. N.Y., and throughout
the United States visiting; rela

tives ana ineiiua ,-
Maanem Blast

, .- .
ni"res Five ;
In Buenos Aires S
' BUENOS AIRES, June T (UP)

A ..truck loaded with mag

nesium exploded in downtown
Buenos Aires today, lnjurtnr
five persons and strewing debrir

over a sauare block. Police said
the explosion was accidental.

ABOARD V'. S. S. SARATOGA.'

June 7 (UP) The JVavy yesterday
staged an unprecedented tross-

country flight to prove it can
quick'y reinforce Atlantic Fleet u-

niis wiin earner -nasea j p i a n e a ; :
from the .Pacific. .' r

, VKV1 utivil, UlOk Ml IIS Skill U

m history,, jet fighters And heavy
attack bombers took ; off from tha
carrier Bon Homme Richard near
San Diego,; Calif,; -on' V' goo-mil ;;
nori-stop flight, to the decks of the ;
Carrier Saratoga ;,i f Atlantic 'waltSl
ters off Florida. . r- ,'

The camer-to'camer flight. 'was 'v

part of an Intensive "24-hour : show ;
of atomic-age naval oower stased

for Eisenhower, Secretary of Stat i i' f
John" Foster- Dulles, 'DefenseSec' v

retary uiariea ,rWilson and oth?

fer lugh- government-jplficials a

poaro tne baratoga-.!v.;r-.'wsi;:,j."?.
ParticiDatin!! . in the '.' historia

flight were two F8JI Crusader jet
fighters and two A3D Sky War- pJr
riors, described as ;"the most pow; -erful
nava i; attack' bombers .ever ;
built for ; earner oper tions.:ri:cS;l
f -Th purpos of th flight was ? 1
to demonstrate i that tk N a v

tin nuirllu xltiM-M u...

. 7- -J ...... . .1 .!

OH-Gran .. rrom on ocean to -nothr
without reiyinq n land

s or in rinimi vanai.
'? JEisephower boarded -the

60,009-ton ': Saratoga, pride of the
iVavjfi at MaypoiviiFia after an
early; morning flight: from Wash

'Dgion. During the day and nignt
he saw the Navy's newest fighting
.machines" in action' ,v-1, vv:a?K-

Before the cross-country 'planes

arrived, the" Saratoga demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated "the new technique" of. "extern "external
al "external delivery" of .atomic bombs.
tack bombers ;o a r e d off the
dec'js 'with, the simulate!, ais aio

bombs tigged beneath; their : bet

:? In dropping the bom b s- the
planes used the "Over thfl shaul-!: f
der" technique of flipping the ex- :
plosives' on target vand. 1 rapidly
looping, out f the lyay tf ; the
bJask.w t '';ImI,- 4 Va' $i
The. 19 vessels: participating in : i
the exercise. : including the emli. 1

ers .Northampton and, Boston, also

showed Off thelf 'guided missiles,'
antf -, submarine devices and de-

fenses against atomic b o m b s.;

Capt. Robert B. Moore command-T
ed the 3,695-man Saratoga. ;

ype ,oi- tne cmei purposetfnif -fhBl I

operation was to. show? how: the.f

... io jwuuis now, io : suryiv ;

and fight in. atomic warfare It
also was, aimed at frainer tho V

Saratogi's men for duty ,with the V"' ;
Sixth Fleet ln th' Mediterranean I

later this .yearX ;f -A :.,

Bandiiry Causes

7?Deathsl
In Bogora l

-5

BOGOTA. i June t :' (TIP)! lAri :

6utbunst of .political "bandltrv"

in Southern and Central Colom, ;

hla-caused at least 77'deatha

in the past:.weekr it wa report-:
d todav.' vr. --s-y;

The casualty 'figure did v not
inCludeilS persons killed early'
this -.: week- In A the nmvi-nria I

town of Calcedonla In political
feuding not t officially regarded
as banditry. ....

GOP Contributions Starting

To Pour In, Sayk Chairman

WASHINGTON. June T OJPV

The Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn said today that coo-

post-time. Carozza went off- at tributions are beginning to pour in

low w m ana eucen uuaer was as a result of recent headlines a

20 to 1.

It was a 'double for jockey
Lester Piegott and trainer Noel
Murless, since they won the Der Derby
by Derby with Crepello.

bout -the

troubles.

"I feel we've broken the
jam." Alcorn told reoorters.

Alcora also announced that for

mer isavy- Secretary, Charles S.

party's money-collecting

log-

Alcora (old a dosed "session of

th national mmraift that B.

publicans do not help their party f

"Dy nign lighting' tne diiierent l

Shades of opinion which tiaturaUy

exist within an organization as

large, aa far-flung, and as vigor

ous as ours.

Alcora announced that the na-L

tiona 1 committee's executive com

Pieeott thus became onlv the

second jockey in history to win jan effort ia recapture control

Thomas has been picked to dirct,mittee had approved Southern T A''
fund-raising for the 195 Republic- regional campaign director. .His j-w fjj

fy

of choice has been cleared with the

President.

Alcora said the GOP has

"real possibility" of gaining eiM

house seats in the normaiiy Dem-

next year and

both the Derby Stakes and the i Congress.

Oaks, duplicating the feat off Alcora discussed the Republicsn!
Australian Rae Johnston who financial situatioa at e news con-

scored mi douole in ISM witn;ferenee while GOP leaders from

usjcador in tne Deroy and As-throughout the countrv w-e h- Wrttir snnth

mrno in. me 'ginning a two CSV session to d;s- "mavbe aomrtim' il ran win a v

The race was worth 19,060 ster-icws 1958 campaign plamine. This "Southern Senate seat He also x- I

. MiCTTuoa w a iui ow-up LTT-f M-u toe oeuei uai in iteouo-, .-. .....

omrse of 16.101 steriine (t45.-'ef six recntlv-eld re-ionl coo-l eans wouid have a ood rhM' Jt..!

2 eolng to the Queen wnc fcrences. President Eisenhower of winnin eovenorii n in ir.

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