The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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', RECEIVES PIPLOMA Colon. National Guard" chlefc. MftJ,
v Pastor Ramoa.i (righf)i congratulates Sgt. Juani Echeverrla
v shortly after he received his diploma from MaJ Gen; Thomas
L. Ha'rrol (fleftk at graduation- exercises of the US.' Army
. .' rQVhhn cv,nni wart tiulic.V vesterdftv.: Enheverrin Is one

-' 1 i of the seven ranp.9.nians among the 328 students who, were
C' g'aduated' yesterday. (U.S. Army Photo)

NoimKbiean,

Hr.v3-Atomic Guns,

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"THS HAGUE, Hollands June
1 tUP) Arms and munitions axe
- continuously pouring ipto Com Com-'
' Com-' munist Ntfrth Korea and ? are
i: being stockpiled underground,
. south Korean- ambassador to

-. Washington You Chatt Yang

said here. todayv
"' Ha 'tojd press conference
'Ihat ever, since- the signing of
' the Korean armistice in 1953 the
V ; communists have been building
up their strength in North Ko-
rea and on ine unmese maw
Jand opposite. Formosa v

The Communists ; now- have
. three times .as many troops, in
Korea s th South Korean ter
: public and the UN, forces to-
gether. And they have the lat lat-'
' lat-' est arms available. Including a-

tomic weapons, ne aeciarea.
' The Ambassador emphasized
s that the Communists are still
ooerating on the doctrine that
; the masses of Asia must- be
-. brought v Into the Communist

: camp first, .
" "After that has happened, no-

body tan stop them he Bala.'
;( Ambassador .You expressed

; Always Excuses
' GREENPORT. N.YU June t 4
An investigator on the staff of the
&iffolk County district 'attorney's
office was a little late getting to
work Thursday. The investigator,
Harold R. Freeman, explained
that when he got up and., reached
for his trousers he discovered they
, were rone. So was his badge, gun
and $75, in cash. v

Panama Canal Engineers Con
Gal II ard i Cut) Night Lighting

f 1 -part cf the over-all review
. er the capacity problem of the
Panama Canal 'and specifically
to provide safer- navigational
. iaciliUea through Gaillard -Cut
: at night, plana are now being
' : made by the Panama Canal Co.
for the Installation of an ex experimental
perimental experimental system of "mild 11 11-lumlnation'
lumlnation' 11-lumlnation' between Culebra
and Empire reaches, distance
fol 3,400 feet. -
The plan calls for the lnstal lnstal--
- lnstal-- lation of an illumination system

which will provide good vtsibil-

rty of both bank lines and a! The experimental tnsta.liation
mild Illumination of the water-lwiU be used to develop future
way without glare to the pilots.! plans for lighting of the Cut and
This will be 'ione by the ue of i It the scheme, or some out out-fluorescent
fluorescent out-fluorescent llphts mounted on growth of it. Is successful a pro-
' steel rails rising approximately! rram for the Panama Canal

3d feet above the surface of the
water.
The lamps will be spaced ap approximately
proximately approximately 300 feet apart a-
long the outside cf the curve
between reaches and 400 feet a-

part along the Inside of thejtaln s!7e csn be allowed to paw
curve and on botfl niriei nf the each nthr tn thm i!tlt richt

cuarter-mile approaches. A slm-ja
J.ax system has been used suc-l

?ecfs

, the opinion that .there1 will
"never he a- global' war", but that
"morel united wars can be ex expected,
pected, expected, however without the use
ox atomic, weapona,"i.;" ;f
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ArlcnInjurctlrl
Aulo DemollshsdM
; The sedan driven by an A-
merlcan auditor of the Panama
Canal Comptroller's : office was
completely demolished yesterday
afternoon when it was nit by a
pick up truck in Bad. Francisco.
The employe, Jose Enrique
Corco said today that' he was
driving home from work when
the accident occurred on 10th
Street in Panama. He suffered
Contusions on hla aide.
The radiator of the pick up.
which was driven by Amador J.
Sanjur Abrego was crushed in.
He and a passenger .was also
hurt in the accident.
A Panama doctor, "Esqulvel
Valdez, Jr., certified yesterday
that there was absolutely no
trace of alcohol' on the person
of Corco. He examined the A'
merican shortly after the ac
cident occurred and issued the
statement at the request of the
Canal employe.
Corco said todav he was driv
ing his father's car. A 1949 Lin
coln sedan home from work. His
father, Miguel Corco was Just
appointed staff assistant to the
Comptroller effective June 15.
cessfully on waterways la the
United States. -
This section of the Cut
selected for the experiment be because
cause because it not only includes a
curve but at this point the Ca
nal channel narrows to a width
of from 300 to 500 feet.
There will be no change In
the present channel marker
lighting now used throughout
this area to delineate the prism.
sailing lines and turning points,
a system which Is considered
oulte adeouate for this nurnose
(Board cf Directors considera-
tion 1U be developed.
Panama Canal engineers feel
jthat some provision for lilumi-

'nation In Oiillard Cut m-ill belher

necessary before shins of a cer-
maneuver which is not per-
mined at present.

iiAGn few
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France Seeks
To End Suez
. -,
Boycott
CAIRO, June 8 (UPy-' Franc
is seeking an agreement with -gypt
on the question of transit dues
before ; French ships start- using
the Sues canal, the independent
newspaper A1 Shaab reported to today.
day. today. i' 1
The Cairo newspaper said
France has decided to end its ''uni
lateral" boycott of the 101-mile
waterway and has approached the
Egyptian government a b 0 u t it
through the Swiss Legation in Cai
ro. 1 he trench were reported, to
have proposed that their ships pay
canal tolls in free sterling.. ... .
A Swiss legation SDOkesman de
clined to comment on the report.
As the Swiss legation has a man
date to 'look' after British v a n d
French Interests in Egypt its po position
sition position t is rather -delicate,',.- tie
spokesman : said.'1 ijx: f w r;
The independent, newspaper El
A kh b a r. meanwhUe. reported
from Geneva that the French gov
ernment had contacted' Egyptian
representatives in : Switze r i a n d
through Swiss authorities. .
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Prci7j;r7JI5:J:;:.
To Ch::i3 C ":::f

s tr; ) i?(wraimght be !"""-!osett is tht bear-

!he crisis that t fk n
Jie downfall of Social
ay "I vi I h
t Tremier
Guv MoUet SDpsared all but over,
: Beurget Reared the last major
obstacle m his race -for- the Pre'
mier's chair yesterday when he
won a Socialist pledge to join his
cabinet. r -v
. Th Sedallst terlnf Commit Commit-tee
tee Commit-tee ami member ef Psrllament
votsd 51-M In his laver, but that
apparently healthy majority f t
M per cent was the bar mini
mum required ky. Socialist. Psrw,
ty ruli. 1 ,, '-,
... 5ocilit refusal te join Pierre
Pflimlin't' prepc-sad .govornment
forced him out ef the running. His,
party, the Social Democrats, was
expected to back Bourges' today
despite their sulky mood. It was
not at' all certain they would vo volunteer
lunteer volunteer to Join hi cabinet,
Bourges own radical party is be
hind him. and even dissident radi
cal leader Henri Queuuie called
him "a mend 01 radicals .01 eve
ry camp." J'
Most 01 tne otner parties appear
ed to favor bourges, if only to
bring, the crisis te a halt.
Run-Dovn Condillcn
PuijSen;Brldp$;
In Hosplfal For Rest
WASHINGTON. June I (UP)
Sen. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.), chair
man of the KepuD'ican roucy com committee,
mittee, committee, was in -Doctors' Hospital
today suffering from "complete ex
hauition' : "
-, A member Of hie staff saifl Brid
ies' nhvsician. Dr. Luther Snyder,
ordered him te the hospital yester
day to "take a complete rest lor a-!
bout a week." ..
But the staff member empha
sised Bridges' condition is fot se
rious.
"The Senator is all run-down,"
ha said. "He hut ran out of gas
becsuse he hss been working toe
hsrd all year." -
H ta d Snvder Had -to sisp nr.
Mr. Bridges into the hospital to
make sure be would get some resi
and not be bothered by people.
Snyder said Bridges- was doing
welL" He added 4be 58-year olC
Senator was not receiving any spe
cial treatment nor was n ea a
restricted diet. '
Asian-Type Flu
Discovered In 2 ;
Cases In U.S.
SANTA ANA. Calif, June I
(UP) A new kind of Influenza
which swept the Par East in
epidemic proportions may have
sprtad to. the United States.
Oranee County Health Offi
cer E. L. RusaeU Thursday re
ported two cases of flu appar apparently
ently apparently similar to the Asian type
were discovered in patients
The disease Is said to be mild
but csrrrinf with it a threat of
v-iwin'.:-tlnn whifh h rn?t

M in several deaths in tie rarjo"k ejtr.buted a

iast.

Aggressive
Have Hurt
WASHINGTON 'Jun ft (UP)i-
U-8. Attorney ; Oliver Gasch
charged -today that" lawyers
ngntinr ror Gl William 6. Gir
ard may have hurt hla defense
In J apanese jcourts by "aggress
ive actions'' in ms behftll.
Gasch, who is conducting the
government's fight ;tgainst a
move ta force Girard's return to
this country, told the United
Presa he ,1s ?'very regretful" at attorney
torney attorney rrt.alnd ; hv rtlrarri'
family foava subpenaed&U writ
tea recoraa in the case.'
Indicating the government may
seek to quash the subpena, Gasch
said however "it now looks as If
we" may have to- open ? up ,? the
whole thing,"
At the same time.- Briflf; Gen.
Charles L. Decker, assistant Ar
my Judge advocate general,-pre:
pared to go to Japan immediate
IF .W act as the Army's' official
observer In- the Girard trlkt Ar
my Secretary Wilbef M; Brucker
said sending Decker reflected the
Army's interest in the case," f
Gasch noted the Defense De
partment has been "very scrup
ulous '.'not to divulge evidence
which may be used in court for
fear of prejudicing the 21-year
old soldier's defense.' '.
H$ added the submenu move
"Is not going -to d 'Girard -any
Amont ker evldeftp whJchl
n a
s tV-st
a a 1
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Students lVso Crc;:cJ Irc.i CltLI.

VDENNA. Austria. Juhe g (UP)
Communist Hungary yesterday
released two 20-year-old Ameri
cam students who crossed the
Iron Curtain frontier from Aus
tria May 28 and were aelzed by
Red secret police'., "r'r---y
The two are Myron Apel Gil
bert, of walterboro, 8 C.r and
Warren William Hair; of North
Augusta. S.C., both students at
the University of South Caroll
na. It was announced officially
by the Reds that they wera.pt
lnr expelled from Hungary.
They were last seen nearly two
weeks ago when Communist bor
der guards took them into-cus
tody on the very first istep of a
planned "expedition" across tne
Iron Curtain. ; v ...-
A note from the, Hungarian
government of Premier Janos
Kadarr informed the US. lega
tion in Budapest that Hair and
Gilbert were being sent, out of
the country later today at the'
Nlckeladorf Austria, b 0 r a er
crossing point. -' v ;i i
They only wanted to hive a
look across the border into Com Communist
munist Communist Hungary," Jane de Pe Pedro,
dro, Pedro, an Australian female hiking
companion, said at the time of
their disappearance. She accom accompanied
panied accompanied them to the frontier on
their adventure, but decided not
to cross into Hungary.
Gilbert is a political science
W Quiz Prpg
By LTLK C. WILSON ..
WASHINGTON, June I tu)
The third birthday of -The SC,
000 Question" shall not pass
without, a reminder -that.
thoughtful citizens have been
getting a sugar-coated tax les lesson
son lesson from the popular TV pro
gram. i
It is a lesson In what the In Income
come Income tax at current rates does
to middle and upper bracket tax taxpayer.
payer. taxpayer. The S4,000 Question Question-early
early Question-early got a lot of free and inter interesting
esting interesting advertising oa its tax as aspects
pects aspects tn such unlikely places as
the columns of the Wall Street
Journal, the editorial pages of
The Saturday Evening Pest and
the raonuuy letter of New jori s
First National City Bank.
The First National had an em emphatic
phatic emphatic point of new about in income
come income tax rates. It waa that the
personal rates were confiscatory
to the poiat of discouraging In Individuals
dividuals Individuals from taking risks to
make more money.
Back there when the TV pro programs
grams programs was Just bginnlf. he
is tier WWCD
-isaid, mparts

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Actions May;
Girard i Case
l 1
Girard "enticed" Mrs. Nska 'Sa-
kai to pick up empty shell cases
on a U .8. firing range, then shot
her in the back with an empty
shell fired from-a. grenade
launcher, y - t
-High U.S. officials' told the
United Press that this question
was the key Issue- -ia., deciding
whether to surrender Girard to
the Japanese courts..
The subpena requires the rov
ernment to produce in court on
Tuesday ail written aata -navmg
anything to do run the case. 11
the government objects it can
try to get the court to quash JUie
subpena. v.... :. ,f
Harrington and Earl J. Car-1
roll of New York; who hat taken
the case without pay because of
his Interest in the ,aff aic '"Ob
tained temporary restraining
order in ,,deraj. district court
here Thursday barrtnr the gov
ernment froni" turning .' Girard
over to a Japanese court;
4 Federal Judge Joseph 1 C- Mc
Garragby v ordered the govern
ment to show cause next Tues
day why Gtra-rd- should not v be
returned to this country lor fur
ther consideration of his contro
versial case. It is then-that the
showdown over the government
records will come..
Girard. n Army specialist 3e
from Ottawa, ju., is stated to pe
tried, in a Japanese court in A
gust or later lor killing MrsSa'
kai;
student and Hair a Journalism
student.
Miss de Pedro, 22, who had ac accompanied
companied accompanied the Americas pair
for two months on a hitch-hik
ing trip across Europe, said they
apparently at first "only wanted
to have a look across into Com
.munlst Hungary." But they let
their, sense of adventure prevail
and crossed it. : :.T "'-
. Miss de : Pedro said Hair
"seemed to be the initiator of
the adventure.".,.
rrhe boys wanted to see the
Iron Curtain and promised to

return a. won a. JgS the hVd
prettF brunette aald. 'They aak- nt is interested in

ed me to notify the police and
th HA embassy if they were
not back by.Tuesday ,nlght.f
wii- and''. Gilbert vanished
to which Miss de Pedro referred
was May 2aV.. --cv
Chief Has A Boll!
DULUTH. Mian., June 9 IVT)-
A construction crew scared the
chief jailer ef the county Jail
Thursday when they dropped a 1, 1,-300
300 1,-300 pound steel ball. The ball
plunged through the street and la late
te late a tunnel connecting the court
bouse and the Jail. The Jailer wss
in the tunnel at the time.; r
"The program has provided
a vivid Uhtstratioa ef the way
confiscatory personal Income
' tax atea stack the earde a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst risk-taklnr Tenturea."
The bank calculated that a
contestant who was single and
had aa income of $4,000 annual
ly would have to win $448,711.11
to acquire $04400 of actual, take-
home prize money,
A tingle peraoa with $4,000 of
annual income would be assessed
$15,400 m taxee ii he reached
the $32,000 winning level This
would reduce hla actual prise
money to $18,600. If this contes contestant
tant contestant took the last, long step,
doubling his $3X000 into $64,000
the additional tax bite would be
$23 ,2S 2. The take-home prize
would be increased by only $S,
708.
TtioO the bank concluded,
"be is risking an assured $11,000
for a rhaace to win an addition additional
al additional $8,708.-
The bask arr4 that the
awe Us bUbsUs whit a iks iks-cearagee
cearagee iks-cearagee eeetestaaU f r sa
reaching frewt SIMM te $44. $44.-te
te $44.-te sppUee alee te fcaaiaeea-

Ike Is Candidate :-.-f.(W 0l'-?
Fdr 1957 tiobei Israel Spells Out f
Peace Prize' r ;

OSLO, Norway, June t (UP)
President Elsenhower has
been suggested as a candidate
for the 1957 Nobel Peace Prise
because of his "Indefatigable''
work Jn the cause of peace.
Eisenhower's name was pro proposed
posed proposed during a- parliamentary
debate Thursday night by
Finn Moe, chairman of the
Storting Foreign Affairs Com-;
mittee and Norwegian repre representative
sentative representative ob the,:, European
Council. 1 1, f
"I. could yery well imagine
the Nobel Peace Prise being a
warded Elsenhower, not the
president or the statesman, but
the. man Elsenhower," Moe
-'aid.;:,- t : ' -,
; .The five-member- committee
i award the 121,000 prlxe ia
appointed by the Storting. At
, present, three of its members
ara hlgh-rahkrng representai
tives of Moel ew" tabor Party
4
Enin::rr$ Club
llesrjGr.Pjollir
Siij'ifii1 trianiffemsnt m u s t
deal with peqple and not: just Vna
chines W- methods Govt Willism
v.. Pnttr told the montniyt meet
ing of the Eng'nerr Executive Club'
r t" 1: JJiaOia nci .11
r. '4
. T' ., t V H trnflucfil fey
Cd. R. 1 LsA.XARO Z.n
sineer. 1 he 1 ,meer & x c c u nve
Club includes some 45 engineers,
chiefs of dividions snd branches,
inri other kev personnel in the
U.S. Army Caribbean Eng i n e e r
OCCUUIU
f
1
In discussing the management of
mnloves. Potter said the morale
cannot be won In a moment, nor
can it be purchased at any price,
fin the other hand, it can be lost
once and for' all by a misbehavior,
. vJnnm "want iai get ahead and
be recognized, and be somebody,
the Governor added, and iney
should not be taken, for granted.
It is a good policy to refrsin from
doing anything thst can be done
by a subordinste, ne .saia.
W lfatinst reasons for productlvi-
tv.. Potter noted that wnenever
LUL ....Jhm t faalAit in Am-
h nonle. their hsppuiess, ana
K.lr inh latiifaetiott. Production is
io. h added, when the boss is
the production center, and thinks
only of production and not. about
the muscles, brains, and the talent
which makes tne Drams come eui.
Master's; Voice
CLEVELAND, June (UP)
lira. Leona Reiser answered the
telephone Thursdsy. It wss West
ern Union witn a singing leiegram
for Heinz. Mrs. Reiser called Heinz
te the phone-to take the birthday
greeting. She held the phone to
his ear while the dog wsgged his
tsiL

US Tax Lesson

'"..-. :s. -,1' '
men with entare capital who
rafeae te risk it by reason ef
tax Umitatleaa ear, their peseK
ble gala. ,. -The
Saturday Evening post re remarked
marked remarked that:-- ,. '. i
"What high taxatloa Is doing
to the free enterprise system is
a subject which Is about as In
teresting to the average man as
a treatise on medieval meta meta-physics."
physics." meta-physics." '. y.'., .'
The Tost contended, however,
that the famous TV show would
"cause millions ef persons to give
some wrought to the effect ci
the tax lawa on business." j r
Aboet the time this editorial
writer and others were geesa
ng that the TV shew weald
eeavtaee the veters that taxee
wrt tee high ea the weU-te
4; there was a reneewa ea the
tax reeerd ef the past 2$ years.
The trend waa the other way
with taxes steadily tooming oa
the big and Uttl fellow eiice.
The record showed that ia the
20 yeara from 1836. the govern
ment take from rtdlviauai in
come taxpayera had

uitipUedjof

4 Umea.

Through SueiCand

- JERUSALEM, Israeli SectorJune 8 (Ufrl-'lsa-'i
Premier: David Ben-Guriori warrfed trie Arabs. toJay, tl.-f
"force will be answered,wjth force" if they try to stop Is Israeli
raeli Israeli shipping in the contested Gulf oFAqabo. -' : :
! A test appeared neqr. The Israeli owned and operat operated
ed operated ship 'Atlit was en route from Djibouti", French Somoli Somoli-land,
land, Somoli-land, taV Elath, Israel vicf the Straits of Tirarf claimed by
Saudi Arabia and the Gulf claimed by Egypt."
; fsr'aeli navalvessels patrolled the gulf with orders to
returrf fire should the Argbsxjttack the small freiahter..

: II
Bew-Qurion also reiterated, Is
rael' intention of,' sending t
shin through the Suez Canal to
test Egypt's biockaae or ne wa-1
ianiA 4-m Tarekaall ve1tf -vl
til yy a v vj lot tus wiwv tu -. -r
;. "W shall send one of our own
ships through the-Suez -Canal,"
Ben-Gurion sald,( V
it wa the first time that Is
rael's stand on (ne canal naviga
tion issue naa oeen speneu ui
nnhilciv bv ; nen-ourlon. &i-
though in recent weeks his aides
have let IS be knon that Is Is-ai
ai Is-ai Intend to use.:the canal
and twlij -consider enyi attempt
to -stop, j vessels ,i,n ;.y
Tten-flurfflTL said ill Isrseir
navy -stands ready to protect
shipping m- tne Juuir.oi .AqHDa.
The gulf leads front the Red
Sea and the Straits of Tiran to
the southern most Israeli port
of Elath. nast Saudi Arabian,
Fcvntinn and Jordanian shore
lines. The Arab States claim the
straits and the gun as tnein ter territory.
ritory. territory. Iwael holds them to be
international waters open to au
nations. 'j: y-'K,' j.
An American tanker; the Kern
Hills, and several foreign ves
sels cnarterea oy israr" n
mad the run to Elatb. But, no
vessel owned and onwaren oy
Israel has yet made tne inn.
Hohdiiras-IIiceragua
Dispute Cohsldi
Jellied By OAS
i .'
"WASHINGTON. June S (USIS
Organization of American
fit.tj.. sources- today reported
the:total evacuation of the Honr
duras-Nlcaragua ooraer neme neme-ment
ment neme-ment of Mocoroh and it .vr .vr-roundings,
roundings, .vr-roundings, In accordance with
the OAS plan for maintaining
peace until the Honauras-ic-raaua
border, problem can .be
settled. vi-..,
wirHA Arias y, Panamanian
Ambassador to the United States
and chairman oi me
committee that is seeking a fi final
nal final settlement cabled the comh
tries' Foreign unusvei
the progress at Mocoron. and
asked them to help maintain the
neutral tone established there.
Tn. raa CounciL'actinff as a

"provisional organ oi ""IDistrict Court here where Kasper

terms of 'the Rio Pact, resolved
ii.. s-tA rive their special
tion" in vinis case
MmmiitM 30 davs for direct
n.ntitinn with Nicaragua and
Honduras on some means ef set
tling the proDiem. i
The OAS committee placed a
.niMinn nf neutral military
t iriii'"-
observers in charge oi a
rmtt from in Doracr. nuii-
duras and Nicatagua agreed to
the retreat after' tne ecu
a peace, mission to investigate.
The case went back to April
1$. when, according to a Hon-
duran allegation. ieruiiu
National Guard troops "Invad
ed" Honduras' oraciaa ..
department and captured mo-
Colorful Garbage
,
.CHICAGO, June $ (UP) Ch;
esgo's 29tk Ward boasts thst it
has the most colorful garbage cans
in the city. The cans were painted
Kelly sod shsmrock greee. red.
blue, yellow, orange sod ether
brieht colors bv youngsters as part
e "Make The Acjs SestrUiuT

Both EeVPt and Sandt Arahti
have proclaimed their Intention
or barring Israeli shipping frora
the gulf, although the key .Egyp .Egyptian
tian .Egyptian gun positionsat Sharm el
Sheikh are staffed, at present
ed by, United Nattpna forces..
On the canal issue, Ben-Gu
rlon indicated ylt V would pe n
step-by-step process. '4
He said Israel first would sen4!
In ships flying foreign flags ar 1
carrying' Israeli cargo. u ;
f ;'Bot we wilL' send our "own.
'shio through .the canaL too," hs
Wi V':--.t
I57-',V-C:J i..
LONDON, June 8 (UP) M
cow Radio today reported t i
death of Egor Koroyev "in 1 j
157th year" in the vlllaea of r i
mani in the Caucasus. -i-.
The broadcast said that Kor-
oyev, like, numerous other Rus Russians
sians Russians on whom Radio Moscow
has reported,, was the oldest
man in the world.
In the days when' 'Napoleon
was campaigning against the
Czars in 1812, Koroyev was a,
kitchen boy in the service o?
general' Aleksel Ermolon the
broadcast -said.,,- .....
Accordirte to Moscow ni
old Russians don't die the
Just fade.away. like old soldiers.
loaaya-Droaacast also- gave gave-prominent
prominent gave-prominent mention to Suleiman s
Arshba. who according to th
Tiflis Scientific Research InsU.
tute is 123 jrears old. has all but j
one of his teeth and spends hi ;
time, cultivating an orchard.
Kaspett: Allornsy;
Demand Access
To FBI Records v
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. June" I
(UP) An attorney for segrega
tionist John Kasper says he in intends
tends intends to demand a right te inspect
FBI recordsef government evid evidence
ence evidence concerning school integration
orders at Clinton, Tenn.
, J. Benjamin Simmons said N
Washington yesterday that he wi.l
file a petition Mondar ia the U.S.
facea a second trial for contempt
of court in connection witn the d.s d.s-orders.
orders. d.s-orders.
. Simmons said he will bsse ti t
demand on a U.S. Supreme Court
ruling last Monday that govern,
ment records used in federal en--,
inal trials must be submitted t
the defense. . ( ;
" Attorney Thomas Gore of Na-
yiHe, Tenn., heading a battery cf.
lawyers representing 15 ot&er
fendsnts in the contempt ci
said they, will decide next
whether te hie similar petition
Kasper and tne other are i '-
ed for trial July $ ea charges rf
conspiring to xlisrupt the ct::"-
erdered mtegrstion of the CI
High School last tH by intlmi
ing Negroes snd sumng epeac 1
strife.'
Simmons said that be will re reject
ject reject te any F3I evideece that
not first turned ever to him f r,
study in eccordsnce wuk tie I
pre nit Court niUt
- Ksper already tct a or-e y
prisee sentence for eooteraf t
court for his part ia noting i
broke out in lats Aur-i -i
ry September at the t t
school s Lrst intt iriied c." i
gaa.

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iaxt Jay. Uttara ara puUlshe' la the order feccivSd.
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t laWHy of latter writer, is held 1. iM mm.
J Thie ntwiMPar aesomea riaaaklllty far statement at pliiiM
oqHoaeed in lattara fram -readers.
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PANAMA LANDLORDS

ilr:
TYt .m another CKlngo serving

result of their taKing u" for r.nt In order to live
. PSK STOnrTaM. we .ee thi, ad each
fffw hear is goodwill UJSmSSL
goea to rent an apartment or chalet the yet a
theprice of rent for only two people xro uji
Panamanian .wm more in with a lax W ftW $15 to ,29

r uvea living wiwi uim -T-- nrineo
i less rept than was asked of the Gnngo. Foor Gi
COLON'S JUVENILE DELINQUENTS
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ne seems
aid and : outside, of private ca
fW whal about the hundred,
- 1 le" Tr

SKawiThoVn.
aught, foolishly trying to get rid of the noi ;v y ....
f'tt "a,n pi!"':l ivenlla"dlinauents is steadily growing, and
Is Tha ?umber of .JfMrest.d. You'can't place sev-

no one ama ilv.," Kr
mi hundred bovs behind oars
! Jubite nuuancea

' nowada s? ;When ylSi9 m
"rt WLfr them-

ther going to do for the .rest tjej may eem. It took a
-, But things arenV jwme noble American
humble woman named t-7.30zrtl f0r some poor or
.nidtera to nut together a provisional home wr omi

uona. Ana w "t.; ... r
to K,natriv wa have no clvic-mlnded ; Citizens interested
Sr?S. S SraalS TaalSv'So Kj bt
iiSn n Tthe local. cantln.,.compadre.: And after-

wards m have xo oasn or
, fcome from her canasta aessloa
- a
.'3
ROAD SIGNS
fir: ; v ...
.!.".-.''"'.. iv.

t it Ad never noucca mon rcu-
with ieonTIlae at th. Wheel butdld Jgg5
theer isnt mure than one aign on Madden Road that indicates
StSoasion.
Einaiiy I Just turned .where I thought I should and con con-ai
ai con-ai a -i- kiin f Kttf t ria nn tha riffht road.

Now how much would it coat to put up a few signs, at least
at the Intersections?
And while I'm griping, I would like to say that I was utter utterly
ly utterly appalled by the decrepit conditions of the Port Captain';
Building on the Atlantic side. That place looks like it hasnt
had a coat of paint since the French were here. How come?
' Doeant the Canal have any pride in its official buildings? It
is eertalnly one big eyesore...
v ClrU Minded Sac

Holeles InlerameHcanos, S.A.
Tha shareholders of Hotales Interamaricanos, 8. A.
ara hereby notified that a Special Maatinf of share-
" holder will bo held at 8:00 pn., Thursday, J una 20,
1957 at tha Washington Safon, at tha El Panama
Hotel artuatad at No. 111 Via Esarta, Panama City,
Panama In order ta approve or reject a resolution
authorizing tha Board of Directors to execute a ton ton-tract
tract ton-tract leasing tha properties of the company.
Panama City, Panama, June 7, 157.
N ROBERTO HSENMANN,
I Y- 1 PraaWant., r :

Now VoC mNV,
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km imBrtlant if it dees.
my tame nw- .J"-
....... !., an

" thfttni dlt with cSU V

like ruffians in movie
":.r? Ir a-nTi hf cafes and
of Wr yourigster. M M
ttS who "run' in and out of
(iron ones, that is) ior ocmg
rono, 0.d
KTxct t mfS
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. a m a wita-m nun t ihuii uv
AT MADDEN
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Half a Column J
More Or Less H
Now and then

Sy CRIOI CALHOUN at al
Kaapinaj Tha Recard Straight.
Recently the BulletiJi "of tha O-
verseas Press Club of America
published a piece about Panama
that was- friendly and nostalgic
by Albert S. Keshen, who served
in the air force at Albrook Field
in World War IL
Amont other MooDers. ne ssid
that Panama had no libel 1 a.w s
Jules DuBois in a letter to the
Bulletin, set mm straigm on mat
one from personsi experience. ne
Oversess Press Club bssed in
New York Citv is composed of for
eisn correspondents. North and
South American and what have
von.
An old newspaper proverb de
fines a "foreicn correspondent" as
"a reporter with, amoeoic oysen oysen-tery."
tery." oysen-tery." 1 qualified for membership
on the second count. Just to kedp
th record atraieht I set the fol
lowing letter to the Bulletin.
Paar Editor:
As an old timer1 in Pansma, I
should like to set- the record
straight with regard to Albert
Kethen's piece in The Overseas
Press Bulletin of April 20.
There are libel laws in. Pans Pans-ma
ma Pans-ma now, but little heed is paid
to them. The Duque Family of
Panama was founded by the
late Tonus Gabriel Duque, a
Cuban, who became a U.S. citi citizen.
zen. citizen. His son, Tomas Gabriel, Jr.,
is now publisher of the Star
end Herald. There is no "f in
Luis Noli's name and be is still
with the AP here. He is about
to shove off on a junket to For Formosa
mosa Formosa as a guest of. the Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese Government.
- Panama now hai a cement
Slant. Dick Armstrong died here
i Gorgas Hospital. C h o m b o s
(not Zombot) are West Indian
Negroes. The Star and Herald
motto is "For the cause that
lacks assistance; For the future
in the distance; And the good
that I can do." Rufus Hardy is
still on the Job with the Panama
Canal.
.Credo Calhoun
Balboa Heights, CX
Then alone came Bill Engelke,
who will be remembered by the
elder members of the local press,
with the letter, that follows.
Dear Iditari -
I enjoyed Al Keshen's piece on
the Panama Canal Zone.
It's good to bear via C r e d c
Calhoun that Luis Noli and Ru Rufus
fus Rufus Hardy are still in harness.
But what's the word from Elea-,
nor Mcllhenny? Frank Smith?
Bill-Forbis? John Leonard?
'A The theater, that war forgot
thank th,e iLord) was' home to
many fine Journalists during the
war, and still is to some of them.
Maybe I'm the only sentimental sentimentalist
ist sentimentalist tthe crowd. but I miss 'em
every one.. '-'': ::'
1 C. (Sill) Ingelke
UP. Bureau- Mawger ;
Phiiadaiphie v '. r
Perhaos Eleanor Mcllhenny will
tall Bill what about her.
I do not know what has become
of .Frank Smith, correspondent of
the Chicago Times. Recently a
friend of mine, an 'the world's
S-eatest newspaper" (ask Jules
ubois for. the name) .in .Chicago,
wrote me that be had -sold his mo motor
tor motor ear to a John Leonard, who
ssid he knew me in: Panama. My
friend did not say what Johnny
waa (loins' or how.
Of course, bui rorois is one oi
tha editors of" Time magazine.
Both Eleanor and BUI are ex-Fa-!
oama American staffers.
SPRING SONO
ling tirra ling, let us sing to the
Spring, .
The season of generous impulse,
When the rise of the sap
Makes a Beck take the rap
To protect fiaer persons from in insult.
sult. insult. .. . ; i
Hey sing a song to the righting
ut wronf.
When gallant Congressional axes
In a Hurry oi uts -,
Extract all the guU
Of. whatever we pay for ia taxes.
Diae a dong ding, to Spring wa
will sing'
And to Ike, the accomplished
buck-passer,
Who, after a lag,
May return now to Dag
The Canal aad the Stria and
tha Nasser.
Tha Reporter
Diesels Preferred
CHICAGO, June (UP) Lo Locomotive
comotive Locomotive Engineer E. C Baxter,
70, completes a half century of
railroading this month with the
Chicago and Northwesters Railway
but fce'e not nostalgie about the
old coal borners. "These old
steam engines broke your back,"
Baxter said. They jarred you to
pieces. I'll take a sjiesel any day."

t, 1 DAY I
;
JUNE
16th
1

Walter Winched In

BROADWAY HI ART! SAT
Calebs About Town: .Pranchot
Tons and actress Dolores Dorn
Heft, in GaUby's adoring each
other. Wonder why they haven't
confirmed or denied the "secret"
marriage talk?. .Janet Blair,
whoae spacious terrace (on East
52nd Street) has pear, peach ap
tie and willow trees.-. .U, S. Sen
ator soarkmaa oi Alabama ana
his wife in Lindy's before witnes witnes-ing
ing witnes-ing "My Fair Lady". . Marlene
Detrich in Reuben's impatient o-
ver the tardy arrival of her daugh
ter s expected image. ..critic
John Mason Brown strolling at
58th and 5th in the Sabbath hear
JT.Buddy Adlar, 80th Ctntury-Fox
cniei, inspecting "Bens ara fting
ing" for the- Secohd time, "to
make sure". V .Sophie Tucker and
Edmund Goulding, the, director.
swapping nods with respective wor
shipers at El Morocco ... Gwen
Verdon. star of "New G i r 1 In
Town," hastening East on 46th afUj
er curtain-ome. Deal Arnar
strolling along Central Park South.
Sallias In Our Allay? One of
"The Follies" girls was showing
oil ner latest gift from her newest
conquest. ."This kind of mink."
she said, "is very herd to get".
"You mean heckled one of tha
gais, "very hard to explain!'; .
A Broadwayite, glad to be back
after a long stay in H'wood. look
ed at the Bright lights snd sigh-
ea: "iney ouanta charge S200 ad
mission 1"
Mldtawn Vlgnatte: It was Satur Saturday
day Saturday night along Broadway Snd the
throngs seemed more contested
than ever We were among the
crowd inening along near 49th and
The Big Apple. .Suddenly every-1
ens stepped bsek a bit...To make
room for a blind man going North
and a blind woman going South.
. .They were unescorted. No dogs
or companions. Just the familiar
canes snd cups. .You wondered
with no trouble whatever They
paused to exchange greetings snd
smiles. .The people were so

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touched by the scene they walked
on neglecting to drop a coin.
Mamas of a Mldnightert Mick Mick-ay
ay Mick-ay Cohen's biiarre quest for pu publicity
blicity publicity (which haa amaied : even
the Underworld) ia easily tinder
ateod whan your hear that Ban
Hacht ia writing his biography
with view toward tho big movie
money. .Society wonders if Ger
trude Aster (unwinding from John
acob Aster) will next wad social
to Sen o Col ett . .Patty Fowler.
understudy to tho hading lady in
"Visit To A Small Planet,'" ha a
left tha hit due to an Act of God.
. Louise Plske ia divorcing Bob
Rest, publicist. .Her friends say
Margaret Sullavan made a young
mint in tho. stock market in the
laat year -. ".Tommy Sands' date
has been teen-ager an Harris.
She will bo tho lead for tho new
CBS series ''Nancy Drew", M
an Galo will get $60,000 for 4
weeks' booking at tho Town and
Country in mid Oct ... Latest
coast feud: Barbara Nichols and
Jayne Manefiald. .Those screams
yew hear from London are Tellu
lah'e. The target Is Nancy Spain,
a eritle.
Stage Deer: Ava Gardner hasn't
given all of her time to W a 1 1 e r
Chiari between movie scenes in
Mexico. Arthur r Weber, wealthy
dress mfr, had several -dates with
her. .Farouk .geta depressed
when top model Carol LeClair gets
"too busy". .coasters report Jiu
mania's Princess Ghika is mad
about Gene Kelly. Not long ago
you saw her name in the eolyums
with Enrol Flynn's .,. The recon
ciliation is complete between the
Rod Steigers. They are prolong prolonging
ing prolonging their aecond honeymoon. .'.
Harold Lloyd, Jr. has Msrgsret
O'Brien aleellng... .Hoagy Carmi-
chael and Arleen Whelan duo'd at
Chandler's. .Ruth Waldo's love love-lines
lines love-lines made the Eden Roc set feel
food when she made her entrance.
The popular ,co host is Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, for. 24 years with the Stork
Club. .Dorothy Shsy, the Per Persian
sian Persian Room star, and Pops Whlt-
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taker (of The New Yorker mag)
had quite a scene. ;
. Cast of Characters: Dean Mar Martin
tin Martin feasted at Danny's Hideaway
but not until tho management
covered Jerry Lewis' largo photo
drummer, shelving it to study dra dramatic
matic dramatic acting. .Eddie Dean, fired
a few weeks ago aa a ewitchbeard
operator at tho Friars Club, ia the
author of Guy Mitchell's new dia dia-ellck,
ellck, dia-ellck, "Reck-e-Billy." A million million-copy
copy million-copy dirty. .Lisa Bourklng, own owner
er owner of the most frustrating role a a-ny
ny a-ny glamour girl over put up with
in tho forthcoming "Love in the
Afternoon.'' She appeara in scones
with Gary Cooper and Audrey Hop Hop-burn
burn Hop-burn but the audience never sees
hor face. .Benedict Arnod, Vth.
The first of his lan to use 'tho
name without a prefacing Initial.
Dining with two ladies at tho As Assembly
sembly Assembly on 43rd Street. .Gladys
Hampton, wife of the l
trying on a full length mink et
Bergderrs livtho W degree huml-
'TV-wro Smalltalk: The
GuJd Theater, (near the Music
Ie,ture hit film named
The Green Mas." Pri.n. v..
Wed on tho bill .i.r
Ingrid Bergman. They hiss when
uwwrg name appears: Ros-
seium. .Bela Lugosi's widow
sne isn't Jtsnan Donlevy's
companion. Lugosi had severnal
wives wmcn ia mixes up coast-
era. ..ioni Arden opens at tho
m;m juiv uin rnr X n.h Tk.
Cohan estate got only $20,000 for
uuwuig ueorge m i TV biog.
Kaian finally cut 25 minutes from
tc in LOI Lrewrt" Ann Wi
ward, the society wMnw u d..
is. They sav her mnt Mn.t.n
w.1 ex-iung i-eter of YugosU
I I-, ------ """
'. .carmen Lombardo and
pnnjr Gardner, his brother-in-Uw
(snd Guy'a vocalist). iim. u
' to-ihe msement of bands-
cause in a myaterv.
Curtain CalU- Tktii.
lew'. Tit wcuib-
tey s TV criUquo on page 35 of
The New Yorker. .florae o and
Lana, Mambo creators, at th n...
teau-Madrid. ; .Belafonte'a record.
tag of "Cocoanut Woman". Ja
pianist Barbara Carroll's scare
ura runnyiace,- a Verve n.
J?ebbio Reynolds and Leslie
Nielsen, a new dreambeat, bji U U-?"
?" U-?" Jsmmy and the Bachelor".
. .Bobby Hackett's new Capitol al-
uui. uouam jazx scene."
did not tell police of terrorists
woo sirong-armed their way into
"I oparunem in mid-May. They
beat up one of her eacorU.
Dob Durant U caroUng Carets
Matthews. .. Jane Russell's this
sort of gal: While her housekeep housekeeper
er housekeeper waa mendine tram nmu.
t. . rr
-.. rm net nurse. .When
a Houston (Texaa) tavern keeper
went berserk last week he faul faulty
ty faulty Shot tWO kin at iirr ... x..
Illinois Jaequet. Innocent bystand
er.. .nouunf uxe Being Sure:
Joanne Dru got a California abro abrogation
gation abrogation from Joha Ireland. Naxt
month be will get his in Josret.
. ""'w icpuntn boo ones
-uct un ne a nooeymoooing tn
nonda but neglects to report hi
bride s maJdn a a me. Tst-tat.- .
Have a weirdie: Dod, u c
man stripper. For weeks she ra-
. r- a Paria ca care.
re. care. Her big number; a widow ia
mourning diarobing. On her epea epea-g
g epea-g aight her husband eWped
vfn's choice for
Liat (ia -South Paeifie") Fraocoa
JI 1 f01" Fresch-ChiDese
gin. She has never acted before.
Buyers Teed Off
LOS ANGELES, Jhbo S (LTV (LTV-Ttiirteea
Ttiirteea (LTV-Ttiirteea persona wbe toreted S4.
500 ia George C Debay'a "perfect
golf awing" device are ted off.
They complained in court Wedoes Wedoes-day
day Wedoes-day thai too device was a bust.

washtnrtdn Mrs: 1 Joe Wil

liams, wife of the Chief of Staff
of the Submarine Force of the At
lantic Fleet, remarked to her hus
band the other day: "Youve
spent the day on a submarine. I
can smell vou."
Captain Williams, wno naa oeen
. r ....
cruising off the Atlantic coast
near the U. S. Navy's submarine
base at Groton. Conn., did n o t
smell of French perfume. His
clothes nad' a peculiar, out not un
pleasant odor of clean steel and
fusel oil. t
Sniffling my own clothes aa I
get homo from Groton, I kiaeed
my wife and expected to be
amolled too. I waa disappointed.
Mrs. P. asked no auspicious
question that might have given
mo an opening to toll her of my
deep-tee exploits on a killer-sub
marine, the USS Tiranto.
Despite that. I'm coing to write
about them. Maybe she'll read
the .column.
Actually the antt submarine
warfare work of the U.S. Navy is
one of its most important jobs.
For with Russia having a known
total of at least. 450 submarines,
and with subs now able to fire
guided missiles off the American
coast, this is the most dangerous
potential attack faced by the Unit
ed states.
Hitler, incidentally, had only 57
subs when he. started World War
II, and he almost put allied ship shipping
ping shipping out of commission.
HUMDRUM DIVE
r-1 -
Actually, however, diving under'
water on a killer-submarine is a
humdrum affair at least in
peacetime, It's still ; and motion
less, except lor the bum of the mo
tors. No waves. You'd think you
were sailing on an absolutely calm
sea. And since there are no port portholes
holes portholes to look out, you haven't the
ghost of. an idea where, you are.
When the sub iirst starts
to dive, you feel a gentle,' tilting
motion, ana you wonaer von
would happen if the Tirante should
b-AAift axt 1 ir n et aavmeinlr Intm h m
Avcp1 vat aa v XAif saaaasiva, aavv
bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. You
also wonder, when you start com
ing up,' what would happen If the
sub should bump into a last-rusu-
ing liner, .headed for New York,
After al), you're right in the trans
atlantic shipping lane. -"
But. Lt. Com. George Hacker,'
skipper of tho Tirante, doesn't
seem worried about a n v of
those things. Ho givea orders in
a quiet voice as if taking one of
hia three children out for a atroll
on the street of Baltimore where
he used to live.
"Take hor down, Jbn.t was his
command to Lieut. James -O'Keefe
of Nutley, N.J. O'Keefe barked a
couple of quick orders' jn the-conning
tower. Two enlisted : m e n
jumped down the hatch into the
control' room, sat beside' two
wheels which control tne tins ana
we nosed ouf way gently down to
ward the bottom ox the Atlantic.
,, Jf LkVISION UNDIR WAT BR
Except for the' dials on tho side
of the boat, the ordinary landlubber
like me couldn't have a ghost of
an idea how deep we were.
Keeping the boat exactly on the
same level aner aiving is orai orai-narily
narily orai-narily quite simple. However, we
were diving with television cam cameras
eras cameras focused on the ere w, and
once, when we rehearsed a shot,
a man at a wheel forgot It was
lust a rehearsal and started to
"take her down" deeper. Com
mander Hecker quickly reversed
him. '. : :-"- ... :
After we got down: we s n o r-
keld." This, again, is a relatively
simple process if you know how.
A snorkel, or long tube, is project projected
ed projected out from the sub,-just above
the surf see of the water, which
takes out exhaust fumes from the
engine, brings fresa air in. rne
snorkel was invented oy ue
Dutch and perfected by the Ger
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nitely. Without it, the crew must
sub can stay under water indefi-"

come to the surface .once a day
both for air and to charge the bat-
teries.

The problem on a 'Submarine is w

partly mechanical, partly human, i

When a crow or about so mow
live together in close, cramp
quarters, sometimes -weeks 1 en
end, they havo to understand -.
human nature.
During the war, Tokyo Rose da-':

scribed American submarine com-'
manders as ruthless Yankees who
smoked big black cigars and vir virtually
tually virtually ate little children. Actually,
the officers of the Tirante ara
youngsters in their twenties or ear early
ly early thirties, They never get excited,
know the first name of every crew

member, know how to' win respect.
and confidence. '. ,'-,

,- v. v a
, SUBMARINERS -I
. LIKB EACH OTHER ;
Submariners seem to like their

jobs. When I asked C. W. Williams r
of Cary ville, Tenn., why he had

been a submariner most of .Bis

life, he said: -..-'
"I guess it's the Association. You r
sort of get to know people. Tho
officers and men aU know each
other and stick together."

When Williams showed me tha

crew's living quarters, I marveled
at how they could work together '

below decks for long periods '. or
time. A submarine is about the
length of a football field. In fact,
it's a good wauc xrom dow io stern
and you get a lot of exercise lifting
your knees up under your chin, to

pass through tne compartment
doors which shut off one part of ;
tho ship from the. other in case
. a a a. j.. 'j. ..,..., it. iff ) ; ..

oi trouuiev f ,''v,..
But' most of the ship's space is

tsken up with machinery t o r p e-.
does, and fuel. In ? the torpedo
room, men sleep on top of the
torpedoes, under tha torpedoes, and
all around tho torpedoes. .

- In tho moss, tho crow eats in -three
shifts. Tha i cook operates
In a tiny apace, but tnrna out a--.- -maxingly
good "chow." An ico
cream frooior producea 4c
cream under water. Milk la al
produced under water and it
tastes lust as good aa any fresh
milk. I should knew. I am a dai-'.,
ryman.
Every inch Is utilized. Alorig tha

corridors are cases for maps, a
mergency instructions, codes and,
signals; Each man ha a s m a 1 1
locker,; plus a bag alongside Jiis
bunk for toilet articles. There are
no extensive wardrobes aboard -a
submarme. -
It's a cramped life. Yet most :

subm ariners dont t leave. They:
like it. Which is a. good Jthing .for '.
tho USA. -s'

For. when you see those long,
sleek-nosed greyhounds of t h e
deeo lined un alongside the docks
in Groton, plus submarine ; ten"
ders; net tenders, floating d r y
docks, moinoauea suds ana unnn-
ished subs, you begin to reauxo
how Intricate and all important -tho
submarine defenses of tha U
nited Ststes are. ..'''.r''
Spouse Confusion
HOLLYWOOD, June S (UP)
Broadway actor Ted Jordan's Ufa
haa become complicated since
Hollywood actor Ted Jordan mar
ried strip-teaser lau st. Mjyr.
"Hardly a week goes by that some
one doesn't cell me or ask me a
bout my wife, Lill," he said. Jor
dan, Broadway Tod, that is,, is
married to a brunette named Jo
snne Moore. ". ... ..
Tears On The Bus
SAN JOSE. Calif. June I (UP)-.
A busload of 91 children went to
school crying Wednesdsy. A 13-year-old
boy accidentally fired a,
tear gas pencil in the bus, tha
sheriff's office said. They did not
explain why the boy was carrying
a tear gas pencil. -
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Soufiem ; Foes Of Ikes Civil Rights Bill

Defeated In Last-Ditch Srt bthering Effort

M "WASHINGTON,' June 8 (UP)' -Southern
Democratic foes of i eS-

ident Eisenhower's civil tights bill

defeated in last-minute, surprise
effort to send the measure, back
. to the House Judiciary .Committee.

After an hour of tense Jockey-

', ing, Speaker Sam Bayburn ruiea
that the Dixie lawmakers had fail failed
ed failed to make a valid point. 1
The House then began 1 formal
debate on the controversial meas measure,
ure, measure, which is one ofthe key points
v in Eisenhower's legislative pro pro-;
; pro-; gram:The formal argunjentf will
continue through Monday.
i v b i' ', :'
T s: Under a new time table worked
out by both opponents and support support-:
: support-: era of the measure, the House will

T

begin voting on amendments next

Tuesday, take Wednesday ott, ana
then resume consideration of a a-mendments
mendments a-mendments on Thursday. ,
The Wednesday recess was de designed
signed designed ettei.aibla to give Heuse
members a chance to witness,
naval maneuvers at Portsmouth,
Va. on that day. But both friends f
and foes of the bill wore expect
ed to spend the day mustering
their forces, for the ahowdown
voting. i
iThe four point bill would (1)
create a residential civil rights

rnmmission: 2) establish a, Civil

rights division in the Justice De Department;
partment; Department; (31 authorize court suits
to protect civil rights and W
provide greater protections for mi-.

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. CoCY EUSSrWgMiu4 chief of ataff.'.U5 'Army Caribbean
- and Col. Peter S. peca (center) commanding officer. Fort
Clayton talk overa Apartment of the Army Award of Merit
for eafety earned by-. Fort Clayton during '1958 Looking on
U Bill itephan (left). safety director.! Fort- Clayton, whose,
work' wa instrumentaMn winning the award.' ; A9Cident fat.-
'In all categories ivere reduced by 45 per cent "In 195ft, Tt M ;
estimated, tha.t the reduction of accidents resulted In ; direct
aavinga to -the command of more than $36,00ff.; 5 According to
National Safety Council -estimates, this would bring indirect
savings of more than $148,000 (U.S. Army Photo) ; ; ;.

. Catholic Priest? Nabbed Ifor

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- iARAGAS,: Venezuela, June 8

(Vrj- f atner jese ju Anei xa xa-bara
bara xa-bara Roman Catholic Priest trav traveling
eling traveling on a, special Peruvian pass passport,
port, passport, has been, arrested here on
charges of plotting to smuggle
nearly $16 million worth of, coun counterfeit
terfeit counterfeit currency into Peru,, it. wai
announced today. ; -- :
When Arteta was arrested,., po police
lice police tentatively Identified him as
the Peruvian cultural attaches E-.
duardo- Garland Roel,' Pei'u's Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to C a r a e a si' confirmed
that the Priest had performed di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic duties "occasionally and
'to-.: yery;limited extent: i
Foreign Minister Jose Loreto A-.
rismendi said today, however, that
the Peruvian had no diplomatic
status.',, Loreto said Arteta'i pass passport
port passport was "the kind which govern
ments sometimes issue to persons
undertaking cultural missions.",
The Venezuelan' Security, Police
who arrested the Priest .found
bales of Counterfeit Peruvian 50
vand 500 sol bills in his possession.
The currency had. a face .value of
800 million Soles ($15.84 million).
, Arteta told police that he ', had
' planned ta use his special passport
to smuggle the bogus bills into
Peru. He said he was acting on
orders : from the : leftwing APRA
party,- whih he said was planning
" to V overthrow the (Peruvian) gov

ernment and4 abolish the arm v.".'

(In Limav APRA leader Manuel
Seoane said Arteta's" story is "gro

tesque' He said it must have been

invented by an .anti APRA Eroup

whicn. is "'using unwitting Vene

zuelan officials for a political

spneme.""-,1;';- ..r i r,:.

(Peru's Foreign Ministe Manuel

Cisneros Sanchez conferred with

Seoane and other Peruvian lead

ers after hearing of Arteta's ar

rest. No official comment was av

ailable immediately, but authorita

tive sources said Arteta is "mental "mentally
ly "mentally ill."). '. .... ;

Although Arteta'S credentials as

a Priest appeared to be bona fide,
a spokesman for the Caracas arch

diocese said the Peruvian had per

formed no. reugious functions dur

ing tus stay; Here, ;ft.:r;,,w.';;

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; : Big Business

,TALLAHASSEEf. FlaM June 8 -(UP)
, The Florida Railroad -and

Public Utilities Commission has a-

gr'eed to let the' Georgia Southern

and Florida Railroad stop pas

senger service on two trains be

tween PaIatka, Fla.r and Valdos-

ta, Ga. The company said It cost

$4,382 last year to provide service

that attracted .two passengers and

brought In a total revenue of XI.-

'if:

noritv votins riehts.

As the House prepared to begin

debate on the measure, Kep. How
ard Smith. (D-Va.). a leading op

ponent of the measure, arose to

complain that the House Judiciary

Committee nad suDmittea a aeiep
Hv rennrt n the hill. f,

He said the report failed to com

ply in two instances with a House

rule that it must include the exist

ing language of all laws that
would be changed by the pending
legislation. He demanded that the
bill be sent back to. the judiciary

group, which drafted it.

if successful, smiws maneuver

would have compelled the commit

tee to re-draft its report and then
send the bill on its second long
tortuous route to the, House floor

through Smith's House Rules Com

mittee. -That would have virtually

killed ita chance of passage this

vear. ? ? -'

... But after an nour of intense ar

gument over the House rules, Ray-

burn ruled that bmith's point was
not valid., He told a hushed House

that in the two instances cited,

no change in existing laws was

mvolved.

One section cited by Smith

would waive application of conflict
of interest laws to members and

advisers of the Civil Rights Com-
: : 1 c.:.l -: j .t. i

iuissiuu. oiiuin tuo me aim was

to let the commission hire mem members
bers members of the National Association
for Advancement of Colored Peo

ple. i, j (i

The other would provide for hir

ing a new assistant attorney gen

eral to handle civu rights matters.

Smith said this m effect amends

present law requiring such offi officials
cials officials to he lawyers, sinee no such
requirement was included. .".

Rayburn said the first section
was a waiver not a change, in
present law. As for. the second,
he said no amendment of exist-.
ing law was involed. w: t
Ren. Kenneth B. Xeatinff YR.

N.Y.) said it was "significant"
that Smith -never had mentioned
his objection when the report was

considered oy tne Kuies Commit Committee
tee Committee which Smith heads. a

Smith, amihne. reminded .Keat

ing that "neither at that Ume, nor
at any other time, have I. been
willing or anxious to lend any aid
to the passage of this legislation."
The Southerners are musterine

their forces behipd a proposal to
guarantee jury trials for anyone

accused of contempt of court for
violating' a ourt- imoosed clvU

rights injunctions. Supporters' of

the measure are fearful they may
be successful.: iW' ..--f, i

Rep. Adam Clayton Powell fD.

N.Y.), a staunch supporter of the
bill, who is now in Bethesda, Md.,
navaj. hospital, xsent word to his
Democratic s colleagues that the
jury trial amendment would be

" .loaded gun at the voting rights
of -colored peple.'' r

la. the Senate, the Jury trial re

quirement- already has been writ written,
ten, written, into its version of the .bill by
the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Gossip Vs News
NEW YORK. June V. tTPY-

Evangelist Billy Graham said
Wednesday nieht' that mn r

bigger gossips than women -- but

wun a aiuerence. 1
"When women talk a Int ir

called gossip Graham Said. "But
when men do the talklns. "thev

Call it exchanging news," r

JUT'

nrp CTQFFT PARKING

I' Any oort is good enough thinks

i three-year-old Susan : O'Brien

as She parks ner .inree-wneeier;
in a curbside telephone booth lnj

; Brooklyn, N.Y. iam many ov
j her elders,. Susie finds outthat!
I her hike U a little too long tor
I the garage. . w

Two Rbosevclts

Hurt In Takeoff
Of Light Plane

FORT SCOTT, Kan. (UP)

Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. and his

pilot ; brother, Elliott, "were bruised
here when their light plane hit a
fence on -takeoff from the Fort
Scott Airport.

neither was seriously mjurea.
Elliott Roosevelt said the plane

developed a brake drag and -was
slowed by a puddle of -; water on

the wet runway. When lu1 saw
takeoff was impossible, he said, he

cut the engine, v J-

The Beechcraft Bonanza, a four-

passenger plane, was damaged in
the nose-and wings.'.-
Two passengers, James Smith
Jr., manager of Franklin Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's ranch near- Poughquag,
N.Y., and D. W Chittenden, ex executive
ecutive executive secretary of the Ameri American
can American Polled Hereford Asa., wore
also unharmed. . ''-.

Elliott is in the eSttle business

at'Meeker' Colo,:'i;.:l?,'' ; ;

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Georgia Mclhcdisl
Conference 0X'$
Integration HoVe

COUMBUS. Ga., une 8 (UP-

The South, Georgia Metnoaist
Conference today approved. 232 "to
132 a controversial f r e e O o m of
choice amendment despite a warn warning
ing warning by one churdh leader that : it
could lead to full integration ': of

white and Negro churches.
The amendment. which was a

dooted bv the Methodist -Church

at its annual meeting in Minnea

polis last year, provides that ne negro
gro negro churches could be admitted to
white Methodist conferences upon

approval of two-thirds of the

members of all churches involved,

the jurisdictional council and the

annual conference.
T f AviirloAvi m YnliiMriKiiei taw.

man, led the fight for passage of
the amendment on grounds: that
rejection of the measure would

repudiate the national leadership

cf the cnurcn.

One of the chief opponents of

the orooosal. Dr. H. T. Freeman

of Savannah, warned the del e-

eates that if the amendment was

approved, the conference would

be called on four years from now

to vote on full integration of m-

gro and white churches.
While the amendment was adopt

ed by the general conference it

still must be. voted on by e a e h
conference : throughout the nation
and a. two-thirds majority of all

the members voting must approve
the measure before it becomes
part of church law. '

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Longshoreman Kills

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F ::U.'r':i -ij.i:' i "ify-i'.1 :'
NEW 'YORK, JuneJ 8 (UP) A
39-year-old longshoreman stabbed
his wife to death with a hunting
knife today because he said, she
kept nagging him.
After the slaying, Joseph Gioia
telephoned police and told them,
"I just killed my wife." (Police
found the body of his wife. Mary.

33, sprawled on the kitchen floor

of -their sour-room ; apartment on
the lower East Side. She had been
stabbed several times in the chest
Gioia told police. he had argued
with his wife while watching tele television
vision television last night 'and the : argu argument
ment argument was resumed this morning.
Before killing his, wife, Gioia said
he took their' two small children

to the apartment of his mother

in the same ; building and told
them to stay there. :

- (NEA',Telephoto)
LEAVES COURT Teamsters
Union chief Dave Beck, leaves
U.S. District Court in Tacoma,
VVash., after pleading inno-'
cent to two counts of Income
tax evasion In 1950. Beck's
trial date will be seMater by
the court, clerk but It prob-
ably will comt' next. fall,'

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ATI RE VOIR Brigadier General E. W. Napier, Deputy Com Com-;
; Com-; CArlbbeangAir Command, and Mr. Napier departed
to Canal Zone yesterday morning, via MATO Aircraft. Jor
Charleston South Carolina. General Napier h hee" assign,
id u a member for the Air Force P'CT.5
c the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D C The
r Napiers have been on the Isthmus since August 1954.

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'MRS. FRANCES SANDER ELECTED PRESIDENT
JOf INTER-AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB
I Th lecn luncheon of the Inter-American Women's
f Club t the Union Club yesterdmy was hlghUghted by the
J launchinr of a guide book "Living at the Crossroads" and
i an exhibition f Japanese paintings.
- Mrs. Frances Sander was elected president, succeeding
U-Mrs. Matilde A. de la Guardla.

-ffhe retiring president, Mrs. Ma Ma-thUdre
thUdre Ma-thUdre A. de la Guardia, gave a
report ei the .Club's activities, in
'.Spanish, and Mrs. Peverly Fried Fried-.
. Fried-. ntsn repeated the; report in Eng Eng-.
. Eng-. lisbl Mrs. Constance Gerrans in-
troduced the officers choienv to
serve for the ensuing year. Those
m.mMmA mars- Mrt S n.

; der, president; Mrs.' Beverly Fried Fried-.
. Fried-. man, 1st vicewsideBtt Mrs. Te Te-'
' Te-' resa-de Burrell, 2nd vice-p r e s i i-:.
:. i-:. dent; Mrs. Lola de Velasquez, sec sec-i
i sec-i retary-S Danish: Mfs- Constance

Gerrans, secretary-English r M r s.
Gene Simpson, ; treasurer: Miss
; Mary ? C. Garcia de, Paredei, as-
i' suitant treasurer.
-Beard of Directors: Mrs. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Kramer, Mrs. Elsie Ogle&by,
Mrs. VicU McGrath, Mrs. Jean
. Scott, Mrs. Mary Arnold, Mrs.
' Marjorie Burgoon, Mrs.-Mercedes
de. fhen, Mrs. Lupita de Lewis,
Mrs. Derit de Fastlich, Mrs. Dei-

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sa de Gonzalez Revilla, Mrs. Cor-
rine de Robles and Mrs. Elma de
Carrlzo. Alternates: Mrs. Berverly
St. Angelo, Mrs. Sylva Carpenter,
Mrs. Julia Guardia, Mrs. Ida de A A-bad
bad A-bad and Mrs Eugenia de Moseo Moseo-so,
so, Moseo-so, Advisory; Mrs. Ruth Gomes,
Mrs. Virginia Boyd, Mrs. Marje
Daniels, Mrs. Maisie G r a kh a m,
Mrs.. Helen Adler, Mrs. Mathilda A.
de la Guardia. Mrsn Lupe de AUb-
ro and Mrs. Mary Q. de Galindo
"Living at the Crossroads" the
new guide book was compiled by
members of the club Helen Gun Gunner
ner Gunner Schull, Marjorle v Klngsland
Woodrull and Yolanda Camareno
de Sucre. Proceeds from the sale
of the book will go towards' the
club's charities.
An exhibition of Japanese paint
ings, done of silk, was held in
conjunction with the luncheon.
These pictures are on sale for the
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Wm W W 0 am mlf.
WON SCHOLARSHIP Miss
Diane Jacobs, who graduated
from Balboa High School this
week, won a scholarship ; for
four years' college in competi competition
tion competition with 1,800 students. She
will enter Radcllffe College,
Cambridge, Mass. in the fall.
Diane la the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Saul Jacobs of Pan
, ama City.
Sanches-Campanon
Wedding
Miss Lulsa Telia Campanon of
Barcelona, Spain, became the bride
of Mr. Louis Sanchez, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gregorio Sanchez of Las
Cumbres. last evening-at Sacred
Heart Chapel, Ancon. The Rev.
Micnaei j. wye, km. penormea
the ceremony and nuptial music
was played by Mrs. A g u a s E.
Hanmngan organist.
The bride was attended by' the
Misses Lizzie Suazo, Helen Ruth
Peek and Ann bella Sanchez, The
best man was Mr. James Adams.
Sponsors were' Mr. and Mrs.
William D. J. Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hasseth, Mr. and Mrs.
Ramon Suazo.
Miss Tello Campanon, who has
just arrived from Spain for her
marriage, has no .relatives in uus
country but has a brother, Mr.
carlo Teiio campanon, ana a sis sister.
ter. sister. Miss Antonia Tello C a m p a a-non,
non, a-non, in Barcelona
A wedding reception at the
Elks' Club followed the ceremony.
Guests were Dr. -and Mrs. Ger-
'Miss Telva Funs. MrA and- M r
Hoy P. Kirjc, Mr. and irtrav, J. U
Ruiz, Mrvand Mrs; T.-J. Bembe-
nek. Mr. and Mrs. G. T Williams
Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Amato, Mr.
and Mrs, Zellz 0. Blumberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris F.. Fusseu, Mr.
and Mrs. Abel Guibert, Mr. and
Mrs. Claude JBauchman; Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Lopez E., Mr. and
Mrs. acob Plicet. Miss Estrella de
la Pefia, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Vau-
cher, Mr and Mrs.' Dennis C a r-
doze, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Nieto,
Mr. and Mrs. I R. stempie. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Higven, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Paget, Mr. and Mrs.
Raul Moscoto. Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Obediente, Mr., and Mrs. G. Syl
vester. Mr. and. Mrs. H. n, ra-
bert. Captain Luis Arsuaga, Mr.
and Mrs. Dsvid Charles Ryna. Mr.
and Mrs. Orlando I Flye, Mr. and
Mrs. Georffe Rocos. Miss Maria
T. Comanto, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. steotienson. Mr. ana jurs. ar-
modi Dias Granados, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank J. Loughran, Miss
Marixenia Duque, Miss Da lis
Motcoso, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paredes,
Miss Emilia Gutierrez, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ponce,' Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E. Welboro. Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Bright. Jr.. Mr. D. J. Bur-
kett, Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo J.
Martinelll, Mr. and Mrs. Luis J.
Martinelli, Mr. and Mrs. Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Petition, Mr. R. Barbero, Mr.
Alfredo Terrazas, Miss Sylvia E.
Almanza, Mr. Gustavo Hernan Hernandez,
dez, Hernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L,
Fiske, and Mr. and Mrs. ames
F. MetcalL
(CONTPtPP Olf PAGR I)
St. Mary's School
Will Hold Summer
Religious Classes
Religious summer classes fer
children attending the public
ehoole-will ba held at St. Mary's
Mission School from 'Jane 10
through June 2S. Classes will be
from t to It In the mornlngg, and
regfrtrations will be accepted on
the first day of schooL
-Assisting tne sitters wiu me va various
rious various classes will be MVrs. R. P.
Tsffe. Mrs. S. B. Ander. Mrs. D.
J. Msrkun end Mrs. C W. Saucer,
and Misses Cecilia Dorfman. Su Susan
san Susan Barrett, Joaa Barrett and Sal Sally
ly Sally Eastman.

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CRISTOBAL! Amasican LMloo HalL
Bvrvicct Sunday 10:00 ja. 11 AO
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Sunday 4aO BJn
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Bunday School
Uiinilni Woiahln
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Prayar UrUna Wadnaa.
days ....... ........ .!
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warn
taa p-bl
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atarsarlta Avanua at U Btraat
Marsarlta, Canal Zona
Srv. tad A, Both, Fortal
Snndan School .............. a:4 a.BV
u;. U.mM ...... 11 SW
Baptist Trainins Onion J 3 P-m-
Bvontna Woiahip ...... i;
Prayar Sarvlcaa. WadncsdayS. VM t
trJW.Uk' latSral Fridays u, ,';, v
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Captain at ma. m. w '.
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10 feundiy School. 5
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auudlna Ma 100, Phonal S-2S&T
ll:uu uoiinaaa jaaauna.
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1J SalvaUee htaetinB
ABAiMO, CZ. -Bavay
A Mra. & L. Itoaalay
CuiAM SiMOk..
S.-flO Sunday SchooL
11:00 Kulinaai Maatlns
IM Sunday SchooL
I JO BalvaUoa HaaUnS.
SCaptala SyaUa Tayloa
JOLON THIRD STBXR
ISO aalvauon ataauns.
BAINBOW cm, CJL
ta.TayJ.GilL
it. Kitta and Jaatalca Streak
110 Ho,tnaaj Maatlne.
ll Sunday Scbaoir
IdO aalvatlfli
COLON CANTAAL
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Union Churcbs
TKB ATlAjmC BOB
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t .4i Chorea BenaoL
118 Worship Sarrioa.
I:tt sa, br. Touta fonoaslila,
88 bjb. J. Youth FaUowahia,
maroabita'
The ate, rmt ML W. Olaadar.
FlMaa s-ln.
l ot Sunday BSboaL
8J8 (mCb
rAcmc sidb-
Tha stk Vara W. Oana,
Balboa Std. at Saa Pa bio 84.
fan a B-1 1 at rhaiiaSi Otfiea
J8 Cboreh Sebooi Fro boa asrvtoa
Fanonaaa Dtaraaalon Groom.
SlJS Worship Samoa Tha AxsaBdad
a nil rar Mmary. KJnoai
frlnary and Cantor Daoas.
yjmiih tlsas Barasry sa
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Sunday lu ilia:
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tos as
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Bar. Samuel Waldon, JUnunor f
Sunday Sarrlcaa t a-m. and au eon.
unday School for all asw at PvBi
"Tour Invltatlan Ta Wanhla." r,
Tuaadav T i.m ya MaaUnt
Christian Suentist
rlrat Ctourcb ot Cbxut, aeieiiuat, Ascot
SaU Anew BOtuavara.
Sunday il.tw, ModnandaT SUM 4n.
trai caurca u cnrui. ncianon, tMatvoai
UU iio-aoi souvai
Sunday 11:00 am Wadnaaday M n.
Catholic
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ST. HAKr CHIIECH Balboa :
Sunday Ma 7:0 00, 10.W ana
"ilSw ''Sir tbmmt U-m
"conjteaiolti Saturdaiv "Sd0 to JOO
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thurroay. bafora
Flrrt Friday: 7:0- to S:00 pm
fcUraculoua Medal Novanai l P
Catachlam elaoM attar lb 8.-00
on Sunday. 1 i . mM
HtrA tscnooi atuoy ww
Wadnaaday. ?
inrn HicaBT Ancoh
Sunday Maaaaa: S AS. 70 A 80 a.m.
Holy Cay mamsi $ aov 4 M
I'??1 R.tnri ana to 8:00 and
7-JS to 8:0ft p-m. Thuraday batora fflnt
Friday ?uw p.ak
Sacrod Heart Pavotlona tipO p4
FrldayA
Citechla
Thurartay.
Claau SOS to M pjn. an
OUB LABI OF FATUU-Caraada
Sunday Maw at S:00 a.m.
Holy Day Man at S:30 p.m.
Sat,
conxoanonai b.uu wo ,a p-w
Jau
Catoehlcai Claaii Saturday 840 ta 10
" - : ST. iOmtgn-nlm
Sunday MaaMa at 7.-00 and f :U S-nv
- HolyDay Mau at S:00 pm
urbrf.w Mmmmsmr . An a.na-
ConltMiofwi Saturday SdO ta 440 and
a-ao .a 7 -JUL
Catachlra Clai Sunday SM to tHO
Miraculous Modal Moranat 70 pjn.
on Friday,
Convc
lnitructlonM' Thursday 10
art
IT. tTNCTWTB FansoiS City
. Sunday Manes: 6:00 and 8:80 a.m. .-Hni
Hni .-Hni h.v Massaai 1:30 and 8:00 pjn.
(tt it falls on Saturday tha Manas are
.traf Kxtirrds IM to 8:00 and
7:0tt to S:0 pnv Ifcursday bafora First
Miruuloua Modal Mo ana and Bta
m ih. rrnui Frldar 7:00 D.m.
Catechism Closet Altar 848 man ao
Convert Claau 8 JO pja."Tuasday aad
Thursday.
'AS
ST.
TftEKESA'B-OeaB
. Sunday
aan -Ml sa fin.
Holy Day
Mam 8.00 aja. 411 it tana
an Saturday 830 a.m.
CatscntaniCtoau S JO ta 10 a.m, an
Monday. '.... a....
Confoatiiwiii aw w mm, wf
St iOHH BAPTIST DB LA BA1XB
Parqno- Lcfavra
a.ao ana a JO a.m.
Elk n.n Man: 8:10 Moo- Thura..
FA and Sat. First Friday ntass: 80 a.m.
UaIV lav .vw w
jn. ;
Confnslonat 138 to 838 and t8 to
80. pjn. on wrai. t!1B
Miracuioua swhu mnw
Cataehlsm Clsnt 1:30 pm. on Bunday
at. nujusra La
CooTart Oa-TMonday 7 JO pja.
Sunday Man: 7:00 a-m.
Day
Tburaday brfira Firn Friday if-.
CateaCMeVS VlamtaJ w"
SaerodHoart Moonai 10 bju. an
Friday. mMm TtiiiaadaT
baa van v""."' w
ATLANTIC SIT
ST. JoarjH-a caisa
Bunda Maman 848. 88 and 8:18 am
Hot? i.TuSmt 848 and 88 am-
"cortjatl Batarday 48 to 88 and
Jtu'hlUl llavaaAt Wodn-d-y
8:18 and J8m.
and ThursoayA k
Catachhaa Ctnat Bunday JM
. rnM.itim nf Host Bla
fimfiN., I ... . ...
ad Sacrament aU day. iiapaatuoB a
m. baturaay snonuna.
first Saturday Drrotlons to oar lady
n Moaaaja aad Thursday 88 to
78 t-m,
nraartnyMta am At-d tataaal
. t -on atsaTHi iaji a ja.
uNrha siaanstiA 8 IA and
II .H
Cenfaastoaat Saturday 48 to 88 and
78 to 88 aav Ana susny aoan
oinA
Muatulooa sMri Woisaai SOS a
T a .1. Monoav.
Catacojasa t-iaaai uw
9Ftr7'Frtday rrpntW OS day eortns
Um actiool Tsar.
rtm feataa-oajl aaaaa as aw aaa.
an-t PSMTLT CyfTBCrl ta
CMmday staaaas
First Satnrsay
Sunday staaaas: H i
Wackday 1
Sanurday
TMtraralous
8 -OS a-n-i
... 78
Madal N
I pja
7 pj
Boiy Day
Ta am
S l pm
88 sa to
Monda.
Parish Family Bosary and
Panadiction 18 BAi
ar Wadnaaday.
Dtstnaaion Inoutry Croon 18 am
ar Friday.
Pat. Friday DrmObaw 78 sa
. ism pm
rr.
TtlC'SJUB aatoasa
C7y.
am am
HF Oay
88 am -n4 SC
pm
arraaSrooat aa
to 88 aad t8 H
8-0 p-jB. Saiuay.
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tcriATF rcrrr.o.v-ctaa
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Holy Day Man: SAW P-m,
Confandans: JO to 7:00 a am. an Sat
Caiachlntn C1aM,4K)0 o-m or Monday
OUB LAOl OF OOOO COUNSEL
- Oaaibaa
Sunda
i Manas: 1:00 and Sao a.m.
Holy
Day .Mama; 8:00' a-m. and f:0t
pjn
Conltaalona Saturday at 7.-00 aja and
oiwr au avoning aavouona.
Hantumi ov iDDoinxmant.
Miraauloua Madal Movanai 1.-08 OJA
on -ximaay. -,.
Sacred Uaart JNovanai A0 pja a
Friday.
duuihj kikwi. :ov a.ni. vn uu7.
Beliaioua Inatruetion Clan far Cbil.
arn: 4:uu p.m. on inunaay.
Relicloua Instruction for adults" (Con-
ductad W 6panlh)i 70 pja ap' Man
day.
Mnvan
Uutructlon or aaoointmont
Episccpjl
Tha BL BO.
8V Habot Goadoa, S.TJDX,
Tha Very Bar. Malnarl i. reionae,
. S S.TJbW Daaa
ANCON. tJL J'
THA CATHEDRAL OF ST. MJKJI
SUNDAYS
-I'Sri m ftnl fVimmunlnn.
8.-30 am Santa Communion (ta un-
. aay.
SdO Am, Church SchooL
am. Eacuala DominicaL
110 a ox. Mornina Pravar and Salmon
jioiy vommunion. ts imaua
oay.
70 pro.' Avenins Praya and Barmou
" WIDNZSOAVS
S JO a m. Holy Communioa.
70 pro, tvsnins frayer. .
' HOLT DAYS
80 am Holy Communion,
140 am Holy Cotnmuntnn. ...
tAiLY
8:18 a av Moralna Frsvar.
13:00 Muxday Muntaaary fray art. t
i i .- COCOU '
' Church of St. Aadraw
' The Bav. WUliam W. Baldirla.
Mast in Cham i
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ....... m f JSaas
ramiiy rrayer ana
Church School 8 JO I
Also Holy Communion Snd, i.
Sundav each month)
Moraine Prayer A Sermon 11.00
(Also Holy communioa 1st. -
Sunday each month). ;
WEDNtDAVS -
' Holy .Communion 1:08 84B.
" COatOSAI.,'- r
- Chapal at Tha Goad Shaphard
.'v-'.'.Tha. Sta. Claraaro W. bayas,
"V" Print la Cbarse 1
FRIDAYS ,i-'. 1
8:00 a.m. WomlnS Prsyar.
(H.C. iirtt Ftiday oaon MoBttt): 7
It liMI'i Ctauk''n
The Be. Joaa Spou, Fiisot 10, Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral
BuahariaV-ajul 'Bar.
moa
.... ............... aja.
Church
School
' Episcopal Xouns Chi
ChuxchmaB 80 p i
atvansona ana oajiuuu ,..
101
MONDAYS, TUXSDAYaV
and FRIDAYS-
Morning Frayaf and riory ; r
CnmmuniDn ....... 00 S.W1
Bvanins Prayor 18 P-m-
Woman'a Auxiliary, Snd and
4th Thursday 1M BJ.
wnnNXsnAVa A THIJBSDAYS
Holy Communioa j
Mornlna Prayar .......... f0 1
Evenlna Prayar ........... 70 P-m.
5A1UKUAZ3
Family Xucharist
OfUco of Compline ........
8:10 I
80
s'i-s'- 7jA; BOCA
' tU 9m Caanch
Tha Ka.' John Saaa. Frlast la caarf
SUNDAYS v:-V.'V
Mornms rreyaf ana vnunn
School v'i" "'
Choral Eucharist and Bar
mon .....a .' 18 -n
HoJ Baptism
Ivansoni and Addrsaa .... 70 BAA
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxuiary ..j...
THURSDAYS or FSAST CAYS
Holy wmununwo) ,...
' i.v FAtO'BECO -Chapal
of tha Holy Corn forte
Tan. U B. Shirlay. FUsot la Chara
THURSDAYS
S JO am. atoiy tosamunuaa.-.
'' MAROABITA
t rharch ad St- Marpra
Espa4 and Braces Bird.
The Be. Saass K. Baaaw, Bads
Sundays V: ..,
t8 ia Holy Cbmmuruaa '
' 8:48 am Church School .
Last Sunday ansa atonia. wy -ai-
munion.
THURSDAYS an HOLT DAYS S
8 JO a-m. Holy Cooamunion..
Chapel ol Oat Javwa;
WXDNBSDAYS ?
SJ8 am, Holy Coaimimloa
. . '. FABAIBO
. ttat Be. Allan B. Weatt,
Priest In Charm t
. ... Taa Ba. DaTtd A Osaatao,
- Vkat-
SURDATB .'
- 88 amAarat. fucharM t
-8 3 am Intent Baptism.
8 0 "lsb. Choren SeNwl
- frattd ta paiiain i
t i
80 am Youth W
allowable
I and Alalsaa
tnal and 4th WCDNESDAYS
IJO am woman auuaar
tar tiutld MorttnA,
aa Paart-a Chatek
to Tew, tal B. AMrtay,
Tin sw rata sl Araraa..
SUKDATU
8-08 em noty isnrummtv
. mm a.ma gjai haaaat A
ta.U a n Mornana Prayar and CtoaTCk
U-M oc Floty
T -oe tin.
TUESDAYS
I M i -y
si.mkMMii
e -00 a n Holy commurnaa
T -fia aia. taar'wa Prarer
nrt-RAT8 AJD rnlttATB
I I Hot
BOLT DATS
aa am Maty
CSBJtt CHTTTCtf O-TBX-SXA
. nmifii
, Ceonw BP.
IQsasiWe Hel Waasitoetont
The In, inmm Fr Fa
TJso Ba
SUNDAYS
see e m r-iy
8 a m s"mng Pia.er.
8 e am Cttanl jTwhanat eakd
!- am Orafrej 8-Hna.
78 pj
PESwxssAra
8- am Pt

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. THURSDAYS
8:00 pm Evcnlns Praya and .Mditai
-"'fWfMT
8:00 a m. Children's Eucharist. 7
, SATURDAY" k
10:00 am Junior Confirmation Class.
7 JO pjn.; Complin and Meditation. .;
i"--"r bainbow crrt ' ;
L' Chart of SL Mary, tha Vtrsta
The Be. John A. SpaJdlns,
": fries ia Charge ,
SUNDAYS r -. ? '
Sung iuchsrUt..,, .,...., 740 a.m
ChurA School ........... .88 am
fcvens-iu and Ssrmoa .... 7J0.p.m
THURSDAY ..
.Holy Communion ..'..m., 70 an
' 'X BIO ABA JO '
. St. Christopher's Charca
J 10th Street. Parque Lefcvr
Tha Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
-, Priest In Chars
The Bv, Clarence A. Craswall,
r i v Ae
SUNDAYS
eo am Hoiyi communion. t k
7:10 a.m. Sung Xucharist and Srmen.
to JO e-m. Morning Prayer aud Church
School.
11:00 noon Holy Baptism.'
8:80 pm SvensonS an4 Sermon.
7 jo p-m. m one are. woman a aw
'S-.l-T-. .' .: . j a.4' .k .Uw.
. iW P-m, w u n j r vauaviviai w w
Kins. ,
"1 :80 pm Youta Fellowship.,,
WEDNESDAYS v
a.nn am. Hniv.tanimimion.v.:
7:00 p-m. Bvaning Prayer and Bsllgieuj
" :. insinicuona. j-
THURSDAYS 1 1 v
8:oo p.m. uirir manaiy oocieir.
8:00 p.m. 1st and Srd, Slnsletons.
SATURDAYS
8 JO am Junior coniirmsu on. viaaa..
OthS thsrcfcss :
CHURCH OF THB NAZABBNB i
. Ancon. C.Z. j--
Mtntstert Bev. Elmer O. Nla
Boa 88.' Ancon. CZ. Balboa 8601
Bunday Bchoor .: a.m
Morninf Worshln. :ia:? a.
Youth Seivlce .,,....,.
Evening Servica ...........
NJTmS. Servic
Prayar Meeling. Wad. ...
8:45 am
7:30 pm
70 p.m.
730 pm
' NAtlONAL 'BAPTIST CHUBCB
. Panama 8J, 33rd Street last 4
Be. SL. m. Browa. atlplttov
uivine wonmp ........... --
c X:00 Dm
unda Masses V.7..a....T. I'M Uitt
u, mOu. aup, SuaAay ksan,, a
U00
i i
JKHOTAH'B WITH ESSES
Uoetlnas Thursdaya at 7 JO PA
Sundays at 40 pm. Wire Mosaeeta.
aioca ooaa. aMUBsev'
ririntcH of jesus chbis
as HTTii.niT aaints (Me meal
Sunday maeunaa- w via m mw
otr Balboa Road.
Rimoa Scnool ....... ,s ivw ba
Sacrament-, MecUnd 8:00 pm.
Primary; Monday ........ 8 JO pm
Belief Society; Tuesday... so a m,
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 pm
.Telephone Balboa 4227. ;
. ai..,i nr.N.1, .. '
Suildin's 100, Schoolhous Rosd "Gstun,
(a-anai wi v.'"'" '
ahmda JchooL Sunday. 8 JCam
Sacrament meeting; Sunday 11:00 am
Priaathoorf meeting Wed..; 8 JO pm
Primary, Wadnosdsy: 8 JO pm
Keller society, as announces.
Telephone, Catus) 84 or Cristobal St7,
C7JBUN1JU PROTISTA !TP CTTURCTt
. "A Warm Hearted Church"
Mlltan K. Leiala, Minister
Phone Res. SS-Jlli Of. S3-S18S
Sunday School 8 JO am
(A elan for every ago)
Mamlnr WanhlD 110
Youth Fellowship 8:00 fto.
Eevening .worship j.wj pjn.
Prayer and Preft' (Wed i 70 pm
A thurch oumey is provide lor your
. --' Otis CATslOUC OtUBtBi
ely 'Bacbarlstr Sunday 0 18 am
uniisis Waannilara and Thusodays
830 am '
SoaramoM at UtMoaa (Haattaa ia.
nee) rtrat sunooi as
ao am,
aBbot.
PanaaaA A P.
Moa, D. A
Momma eMvoti' a .....m. oa am
s-.iinaAla Warasuai at 11. HO a
aunday Scbool at 0 pm
Uivine Sorrioa at .......... Ie em
BARAt trtrrrt ;-
SAHAI'S CLNTU : ,-84
84 ,-84 Final Strost.
UriMfltodoe El Carman. Panama cur,
- informal ei ewa ai,u.
Thursoaya,,.. ........ w...80 pm
Celea, ata a) siaai smm -.
f i aaaal aaa Baaoawl
Study Ciassaa. Thuxadaya, 18 Pm
prrssioN ctruRCal
. laoalaba AU Parslao. C.Z.
In Waldaaa H. Stewart,
Sunday: 110 am Worship Serriee.
80 am Sunday acneea.
T il aja. Coaoel Sarvlea.
Monday: 7 J8 Young People's Society
Wednesday! 70 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Tnnraoayt an cnotr neneaieai.
Fridjurt 7J0 Woman1 Mmtanary Sa
I. '..
.1
"J
TttW rwuBo of tuny
Mas SigHts) Btreat CoteA
Ba. O. W. riiaagitaav Fasta
Sunday Bchal 8J8 a.m
Momina Worsnip ......., I a m
NiAht Bsrrlsa 78 pm
, FIRST CHVBC7I OF OOO
. Jmilrs and TrmMd I
8Unrw Ch, Caaal Saaa
Ba. G. W. tjaoaaisaa. Fi
Morning Worship 8 08 em
Sunday School ........ I Am
Nlsat Snstte ............... 7 J8 pm
s 2, .TKB CHUPXII OP GOB .: r
f r flvw Pi Idaaata 1
Kn Maodo Bias. Fasca
Slnxtay iVhool J8 am
Momtns Wenhto ..mm. U am
Night Sanriee 7 J8 am
TBS CWUBOt OF COO BM AaJa
ataane Oaraaw 84 IW a.
Be, fa A. Ai hassa. Fra
9ufMl)aB eVsBea7 aaaerw a 3 sjtVssV
Morrung WaraoJa ........... I a-aa.
kiprit Servica ......m.... 78 p-m
cyn-acn w txt
J,. Be B E. a.lMJ-v O'l' aaat
Pbono 8 4JS, Baa J Cawaea
CaHsrcftw et Par. cJs a on
Mrs. Harmaa G. hr. C-lao. B-P
I R. fama-ta Laranc!, Pi Aaat
!.. o-4 Mra. rw Barnaet. an
C.u tSa an -. Cartnri Orat.
Sunaai aaa eraasdaja ajarnoo at aJ
C(nai"TT CTn.ltCal
KM P'-tert, CJ
tfui fawpal'
mrr. rtt V r ia nai
Pm rv -, CA.
raw 8-Ail
aar4t twi B a. Dteae p.
V r.-.: t. .-co .........a aaa
To S mnt-r T
E'-r- I w ,r ...... 7 aa
vie, ai 8.&y A Prtrer 1-4 pm

SATURDAY JUNE I,' 195

Posts Ccses
rActrio sma
.trots1ant
t i
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ...,.;,.' p-'OS-
Momlng Worship loop
: Church-tim Nursery School.. ,.1;08
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday. School (BUUdlns HA
128)- ,.....,., tar
Morning Worship ,. 10 JS
Thursday : Evening ; M14-Wk. -ftenric
...v.. TJOi
Youth Fellowahip-Sundij. 88
FORT KOBBt -P .

Sunday-: School 8:08
Morning Worship ............. 10:88
, Bvanins Worship (.....,7:08
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:88
Worship Servica, Bio Hat .... 8:18
"Christian Youth Fellowship' ,... 8:08
Soldiers" Fellowship, Tllurs. -. 7:08
flicor'a Christian Vnion Thurs. 8:08

ALBROOK AOt F0JICX BA8X '
Bunday School 830
Adult Bible Clsn (NCO Club),. 8 JO
Momina Wenhin 8 JO tt 10:48
KYoulb fellowship 840
VS. NAVAL STATION, Bodma r

Bunaay ecnooi m.. aw
Mormna Worship 118,
Holy Communioa.' First Bunday
ei Month), in

ttth ND HZADQUARTrjU CHAPit '?
. Momina Worship t
(Holy Communion First Sunday V.
of Month).
Naval .Radio Station, Summit,,,

.8
s-se
'8:38 '8:38-8
8 '8:38-8 28

"" tiataaue
FORT AMADOB f
Daily Msn ..........i,
Sunday Manes 7:00 A
!. ConfesiOona., Saturday .8 :3.
Sunday. '.d'aiA,e.-.axast JM A
FORT CLAYTON V .V V
Daily Man ....;..,..,...
. Sunday Massaa ....... ...7:48 Jk
-ConfonionaSaturday .. 8 JO
8:tt
8:00
8.08

FORTKOBBB '' r';t'
. Dally Man 8.18
Saturday- Maun 88
Sunday Mans S:M 11:48
; Monday Novena Devotions .......7:9
Conf enions-Saturday iM :m 7:38

COROZAL
Sunday
18J8
ALBROOK AIR FORCB SASI '
Daily Man 8:9
Saturday Man ............ .v.. 70
bunaay pisnaa tie ii:uo
Bunday
m- j 1
i:uo
7:08
18
Novena Services-Tuasdsy .......
,CceasionatuTday w, .......
U.S.. KAVAL STATION, kostea ;
eunoay aoaaa ,,......,r..." aaa
IITKOBBS .... ... .' '
oaiuraay ,,,........,.m. mmw
TJBOslWB, Balboa
aTMjSy ,,..v.....i4ja.,.l.. 7e
ALBROOK Am FORCB BASB-
Saturday-. si.,.-,. ...ito-diOf
WSO-jwb aiboBir r:.i..r...
BSiufaay. ,r. ........... ao
;V.:AAirTlC'7nDB ry.-r-rT'
I Protntaat a... : 'j :..'.,',
FORT DAVIS -t '.. .. "-n iv?V i-.- y:
Sunday School-Bids. WS 8:08
Morning Worship . . .. . . 10 J8
Pryer Fellowship Bldg.. 253 J

r XYBB Wednesday Post Chapelf 8 J8 a
', ChoiryTsotice--Wednesaa!y t3
" Post .Chapal f J8 f.

FORT -CULlCfT' "'
Sundays School -.... ...xt t 38
Morning Worship 10:48
Youth FaUowshtp, Sunday .... 8:38
Bible Study. Wadnosday. 7 J
Udiaa Chapo Guild, 1st Thwh tJS
tf S. NATAL' BTATIDBV Ceei Sola t
unaay acnooi. ............... :sa
Morning Worship U8
atoly Communioa First, funday,'. ;..
'-;.efMonthl ..vyf v
AM. a atria V
JJ"7 mass 9...., .. r.oa
Sunday Man 8:3
Confeniooj; Saturday ..,..., f. 8:8
;undv...M.v..v...........'.;i;tt
Slly Man M...v...... 7:08
turday Man ,........ .i..., 7:08
Sunday' Manet ....'. '7M8 At 10:18
, Cenfeesienv Sahirdsy ... 80 A) 78
U-B. NAVAL ST ATIOR, Caaa Bale' -
oauy sun ...... ana
Saturday Man ......... 8:38
Ssndsy.Man.......M...Mu,. 88
COCO BOLITO
aunoay
4- v
FORT CULiCat
Tuesday ;
BanvtajnnAeaet YoXP
' .a' : '-s Omk-tMaos ""j. J-. .;
Oreekr Orthodos service era eeneuci.
ad at the Chureh f tha Anunciatian,
Via BeHssrio Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panam4 City, RJ. and at
the Church ad St. Anthony. Avenida
Melandetv Cetan, lPn n oitemata Son.
day at 8:30. For further lnformatioa.
call the Office at the Army CnapUi
Stvcnlh Dijf
:".-
rr-j,
Weetl tarricn b-aB Clnirenat aB
SATURDAY I .. : f M
Saboath School 8 JO IAJ I
?ivtno Sarvtce 11:04 am.-ft
outha Meeting 4J pm ; I-
Wednesday Bibla Stud and Prayar
Sereica 7 JO pm v
Padfie 818 Fsnamd AS Balk Pr)eS'
Pastor W. R Wallar-TeL 88 8a- i
Caba Vereav Ave. J. W. aa as Oaaa Be.
it : i I f.
Oiorrnie Tata Wo. t
Pueblo Noa avA SB. tnlaiaa 8r
and '4th Sta. j s ;
PH Aaajo lttb pi. aa n
Balboa Chap! o44 Gavuea JU, Bai
lWIW.ll ltrrrt
Fsator Ruben Rul '
Panama. Cl DarIM Fa B
CnetooaL ltth A Bolivar Are.
Cambe rrtieJaa.
TeL No. 4-1 U
ieanoe Pranr
Parbway FHalani
auaam ve CaMa aad
Crsnebal DtatrM - V. :
Pastor NeklettTot ' ' 4
Coioa are at: a vansrai ato cma
sal lth A P-oi tr Ave.
CaasraJ aOicsi tattvuaa ane-Tts, a
ilsH Ba'Sare stoard 8" VBt-B La
Bor sVoad Balboa. CA BsbW
anal Lara-).
arri FrMay. 78 M
mm : ., -.
aa
IHflnas a
8aa and tJI.IW
Car
Rot 8KrKA pnel A
fea
and a?, S.u fas
City nna t am.
LfmtX.
a.ti
,
jTTtTrre itTwr ricj
ava.iM sum at t
Aa. p4wri P. Oa..
P-U. Ba 84. 8Kam x
P-mata sVfe, elan 88 la,
Ivrna 8.'. wr IS )t a m.
"T-rtr .ir at pwrarMa
at.ar Atfisraaai Cwnsi Sqwdag
4J pm"

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' THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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So cicit a rid

U.S. Ambasasder
Will fntertain
. A Buffet ninuar.Dane
. The- United States : Ambassador
and Mrs; Juliajt Harrihgton
will entertain a group u wuu
with ,t buffet followed by dancing
, at the Embassy Residence at La
Crest this evening. ? t i
Becky fsser
Brings Aynt.
BaeK for Vaeatlen
tyis Peck? Esser,
' H- .nl Mm F..
daruther of
Esser of An-
con-, returned from Concordia Col
lege to vMooreoeaa minn.,;
the baa completed her freshman
- year, to- spend the summer fW
fcef parents;
, i'$h Ws accompanied S-J
Biether-. sister M Mabel Eving Eving-Farm.
Farm. Eving-Farm. Dakota, who
lan to spend. A fliort notion
' ftisr ilkl AHma
Miss EUci Altmsa formerly
KaihAB Hi eh SchooL now a iraior
at UCLA arrives today from Calif California
ornia California to fpend the aiimmer, wac wac-,
, wac-, tion -with her parents Mr l a-d
Mrs. Warrr Altman of EJ Cangre-
Last Night """"
Ta,5ee
Trarata Hour'
Tonight ia the Ust performence
' Af the Theatre; 1 Guild's current
mrnrinrtinn. The Desperate Hour,
Some seats ire eTsllable and may
tr reservea ny-cauing u
ft.' Clayton '
HCO Wlvea Honer
.Tventyfour members : d the
rwt aayton N.C.O. WivW Club
attended a farewell Coffee Wednes
day, ia pernor of Mrs. Ter r r-Honor
Honor r-Honor arr Ouh President, nd
ulm ti. wiiVavann. Mrs.' Paea
via vrcsented a Grass llaan
; IiiIim U In addition to WOOd-
roso Coreage Wh tests of
owr, n cIub'WtilrJittMCtlMlp
decorated, wM- W) ot.muW-co-lorad
Uowers. The cejnter-nics, for.
, the Coffee Twe consistsd an
interestins: arrangement of Wmte
. Coffee ofes and iprayi fit White
apiflslVVapa
The Fart Clayton N.C.O. 'Wives'
Club held their regular monthly
business meeting last Tuesday in
the' fort Clayton 'N.C.Cv O-p a n
f ltyis Election f officer for the
Cat arfVI mmwrn PAaMI
J i'LiviJ

!o S;!;;C:!d Try:::i;

mis
ertrfocW'i wl2 a rna BtlnmaV
by N. Xicbard Naah. JPartorov
piwi ror ui piay era vvauuvfij
scheduled for July SI, and Aug. 1,
S fnd S In Jadwia QIL the eld
Fart Clapton theater. C a )a r 1 e s
' Trrwrti tor ."Tha1 Hafnmaker"
w19 ba held at Jadwia HaU" Sun-
tjay, Juna is, at I p.ra, aa4 Moo-
f7, na IT ,M I p4u,, ,v
', Trier to thr tryoirt' m Sunday
afternoon. taere .will ba ahU-Jwur
rrg apizational meeting i where ell
wo are tuterit4 la Joiairg the
Caribbean Hayers may apply far
SBemberahin. There la ao mebar
h'p fee; a an honorary member
the- grwop, the amy ratraiiva is
a fleilre ta participate in the pre-j
aueuaas,. wnetae- you unerest u
In acting, building sets, designing
sceaaty, painting flats,- awttng
Sgpis, or vnai-oare-yau.
. "A3 te embers of : Aa : mllitarp
tommunity. gov at am ant am-
Csyes and their dependents
yited to Join the oxganiutia
ta attend the tryoutv
art
ti'ii!: Yc;il:r
Tpni CI VcIra
T CALI, Colombia, Java I (UP)
ll-ytar-old bcr artia was
mJiwl-f for sertraJ soars yestero
fr toll yoca today ha was
IlijiareJ fry tia tamplraa
wt s 8iutt4 blood ont f his txma
HTora aelUng hlnj tree,
Victor lc'Caa Pardo,wr
itirr9axad oa his way -ta
; -i. was found la a street hare
lt tizhU Ha had not beta sa
flmsL'y fcnrt, but bis arms bora
WworxlJ Oat looked as if blood
ha4 baan aocJted oat of them.
c The bey told mSco tie

j forrtd Into a ear ry three men
; and drugged with an ether ether-oaked
oaked ether-oaked handkerchief. He said he
, ha Utile memory of whst hap-
f m4 aftjn S.t vat'I V waa

rick4 ty poUee.
rirtsis in icicnt r
Contest Tonight
Tonight at tha Atiantica
M a mmm a

tr. the finals of the wk!y Cft
- Iquirt t sleet Cntett w.U be s'l
as-14 eoctfrtaa's parade ta tse
wire ia -jt af a ehsaee ta
ftir on fe Cj-ruia Cuatra's Jum
shew ra .Jx.Pt IT a4 te wia the
' pntet it the r;nier ia tea
se ti rrrjn tit'isne.
O Tonights f-Hc'uo rj betla
v' !: th- a t: r--
il fr r-H h-ch H t-jra r J
f'i.'w ts k t- crrtft. Jv't Jv't-,
, Jv't-, ,'iuf t-m r-tt rrf""! safes, Itj
Pf:-.-; -.i4 h a "t rt.
rT t-r.e -J re 15 U t ra.

Otli et

crwiSe
1 r
next few months was held and the
fallowing officers were elected:
president, Mrs. Betty B r o g a n;
vice-president, Mrs, Angelina San
ehei; secretary, Mrs. Shirley Tay
lor. treasurer, Mrs. Maxinf
Stokes. !, 3
New Committee members were
elected as follows t program, chair.
man, f Mrs.. ; jt a y a Montgomery,
hospitality -chairman; Mrs.. Ern
Forkas,; ways and means chair
man. Mrs. Trudy Dykhuis. publici
ty chairman, Mrs. Dorothy Har
rell. The, Gub was honored with
the presence of three new mem
bers: Mrs. Maxine Stokes, Mr
Jean Mappin." and Mrs. Rosary
Bullock, Mrs. Louise Jessie attend
ed as a guest.
The next regular meeting wm
be a Social, Juna 21. Plans were
discussed for a- wutoana wut
Beach Party at Fort Xobba Beach
irons iBoa hours to 2330 hours.
Members and newcomers to- at
tend should -contact Mra. F a a
Montgomery, at S7-6112. before
wuna xu concerning jrajermtosi.
Cunmdu Women' Club
Hold Coffee
The Curundu women's Club held
with s, coffee, their monthly meet-
ing en Wednesdap morning. Mem
Bers attending witn Jre?ident Con
nie neicnarz, were ids mvuI7A
Thelma Valentine, Jean Grady,
Melida A. Bembenek. Marian Ma-
rohL Doris Soucy, Ann Shepherd,
Annabelle Leap and Son, Carolyn
Brown, Jo Therrell, Gloria Brown,
Alien, moaaj, ana isva supaan,
' i'L.'f1'-..,-!' aBWaaaaaaaBBaaMaaHlBaMBBaa -fi
6:rg:i Or. Sri:V
Ccri:;!:dDyUSA
Dr.' Frank T. Smith, assistant
chief of the Medieal Service at
Gorgas Hospital, is now a t diplo diplomat
mat diplomat of the American Board of In
ternal Medicine, word that ; Dr.
Smith has been certified by' the
Board was received at Gorges
jospita) yesterdayi?: t,s''?-:;
Accordwf o- board r a a J r e-
ments, a doctor must hara com-)
nietad four years of college, four
years of medical school, have sarr
ed as an intern cor ana year, a
resident lor three years and have
practiced his specialty for two
years peiore fie i eiigibia to take
the board examination. -.: :
Smith did his undergraduate
wara at in university of South
Carolina and received his M.D.
from- Harvard In IMS,' He served
his internship at Vsnderbilt Uni
versity Hospital in Nashville and
his resid-ncy at Boston Citv Hos.
pnai in aiassarnusasta, .-.
ii taiuo wi tup uuuiiui u
1S90, as a staff doctor and served
in that aosittoa) lor two rears. Ha
men returnaa U the UKe States
but bar been back on the Goraas
MBpia (w sinca ivn.
ix
Tol!:ld7h:fcf:7
Services Tcn::rrov7
The eWal communion at St Pa
tera church. La Boca, tomorrow
will commence at 7 a.m., with
the Bev. Roger BL Greene of the
Cathedral nf SU Luke aa celebrant
and preacher. :
Tomorrow 'feeing .Whftsondsr,
the celebration win fee held in obi
servanco of the Feast of Pant
eost ,.. '.-
At this servlee. the emfeneri of
the Zplscopal Young Churchmen,
comprised of the mala and female,
youth of the parish, will commune
in a group u accordance Wia
their monthly custom..
Following will ba morning pray
er and church school at I a.m.
Morning prayer is Intended for
the members of the parish as weD
as the church school pupils, aad
win be conducted by aaa of the
Uyreadera. .,

THE SAVINGS DAWK
'Institution GucnmUed by th St&$;
;?... ;, .:t ,,- v '':-::,::"
?t)tl IzttnzX 'Aisrtally eg Unbzt Accents
I A I NITI AL DEPOSIT $5.CO :
We make loans with guartrrteta on flral rn'ortxaxea
' or ether tttiirWtt, ;
CIIRISTf.lAS SAVIliGS
deposits cro ccccptcd thru a psrfod
, of 43 weeks v;
-' ,.' ... .....
Individual eifety eleposTt boxea,.for lewer And
- focumenta, In 4- different eliea, .

OfTJCE IN PANAMA
let Centra! Ave. at
career af T Street
G. A. De KUUX,
MaAaret

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By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for MUt Service
v--,, ...... ,W-
t- .NOKTH ,v SI
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, aAKQI
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WEST AVt .
-W7I'.;- diAQlOJ
JJOJ vV
4)1099; J -
ji v t totia o .t j i
. eAa t'" ri
1 14
No enr yulneraWe
Sawth West. North East
14, Pasf ;te .-Double
Past 1 SaV Pass
e Pass 4 Pass -S
a Past Pass Past :,
t Opening leadwV 3 y.
West opened the Jack of hearts
against a five-club contract to today.
day. today. It hel dthe trick and he
continued with the ten.
fiouta won with uu ace ana
drew trumps. Three rounda of
diamonds followed and when
that suit failed to break Sooth
ha dtn lose another heart trick
and aNBpade trick and was down
one,
sine three no-trumo could
have been thrown aeelnst the
wall North ana south were an
unhappy with the result. .&;.';:
North and South were one of
those extremely 'scientific part part-Bcrshlpa
Bcrshlpa part-Bcrshlpa who never like to do
anvthina the easy .way, And
considerable discussion ensued.
South suggested that if norm
had. bir three spades a over
South'a three diamonds tnen
South would have bid three no-
trumn. North replied that He eua
not feel thatlUs hand waa strong
enough fo cue bid enawf enawf-Mated
Mated enawf-Mated that rnavbe South should
have oia tnree spaaes, mseaa w
fiouth'a renlv was that he Also
did not feel that his hand was
strong enough for that oia, etc
to discussion, mien etui
been going on If it had not been,
lor west. - .
a brake ta and, v said nmw
simple, convenient way to cat
to three no-trump is for aotne aotne-one
one aotne-one to hid it. South had a com-,
pletely balanced hand with atop atop-nere
nere atop-nere ia both spades antf hearts.
Ail ha had to do waa to bid three
.i.tnima r,vir threa-clubs."
aw.i, w. 7 . Mm
Thm atraicht Una Is stll the
shortest .distaaoa tetveea two
points. '' i -
- fi Bjaajaaas,""aaaBaBaWa1SBBaaBBa fPT.
Caby Born
In Crowded
t
Interurbari Bus
JTiMA. tern. Tone fFT
saiome Liioue. a az-year-oiq rern-
vian bouaewife. cava birth to a
boy Monday on a crowded inter-
m-ban- bus outside Lime, 'J 1 1
said today.
When Mrs; Lwruee Jrasband ad
vised the bus driver of her plight.
ba put off an the other passengers
and. drove directly to an aid sta station.
tion. station. By the time he arrired,t he
poy bad been iwrn. . A
Mother and child were doing
well in a maternity hospital here
'Tokyo Rains
V KiH Threa ; i
TOETOi -Jane I VCt) Drench-
In e aramonteon rains and floods
ait Kyushu Wednesday, letting
three peraoBs dead, three nUslng
aad ene mmred. reDcrU reecbiag
here said today.
, COLC.f CAKtHj f
. Treat ft at eeraer.,
. ef lih ft.
CAlioS J'.CUYNTS V,
" f iV-isrT
ta 11.11
II ajat. te 11. it

ElrJsrly Widow
As Waslced Wen

ELLWOOD CITT, Pa June 8
(UP) PoUcarepor ted today
that four masked men entered
the home of an elderly widow
of a steel company executive
during the night, bound her with
sheets nad looted the noma oi
$38,000 worth of furs and jewel
ry, including a wrist watch val valued
ued valued at- IJO.OuOr ft
Victim of the robbery was Mrs.
J. W. Off et whose husband was
a top official of the local plant
or v& sieet corporation's
tlonsi Tube division until his
death five years. ago.
A neighbor. Mrs. Janet Huzl
nie, found Mrs. Offet bound in a
chair and the house ransacked
when she went to the' home ear
ly today after receiving a tele
nhone call from one of the ban
dits who eeid Mra. Offet was ill
Mrs. Offet told pollee she
beard a noise at her door a
bout 10:45 pjn. and when she
investigated found a man at
the entrance. He jerked open
the screen, door and entered,
forcing Mrs, Offet, who ; suf suffered
fered suffered a heart condition, back
late, the living room. Three
other men filed inv v-
Mrs. Offet said the robbers
were "courteous" and asked her
If aha would rather be tied in a
chair or in bed. One man went
to a bedroom and got several
sheets with which the men
bliadfolded Mrs. Offet and
bound her hands and feet, v;
Ruxsb Coy l!:!(c$
D:ci$ba On Liberty
SOTNOS Amis. June S (UP)
Tteanclo Orloff, n-year-old
son of Russian immigrants,
"chose freedom" here yesterday
rather than return with his par parents
ents parents to their homo behind ; the
Iron Curtain.
Young Orloff, preparing with
27 other Poles and Russians to
board the Italian liner Andread
C. for the trip back ta Europe,
balked et the last moment and
fled from the pier. His present
whereabouts are unknown. ;
- The other returnees, shep
herded by a tight-lipped Rus Russian
sian Russian who was said to be an of
ficial of the, soviet embassy,
sailed on achedulei ; A
-The Russian escort would gey
only that the one-time lmmi.
rants chanced their minds be
cause workers in Eastern Europe
have television -sets, -eara and
refrigerators. ."They lire better
Uiu workers la the west7
... fMmvMif

; FAST rKElOKT AKP fASSENQEIt jWtVICM
: """TO COLOhiBlAk kctJApob. peed and coils.
f.i.CUZCO' (Omits CelembtA and Ecuador) M;Jn IJ
8.8. TLAMiyCO" .fane

XO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAOENAJLA OVA IRA,
. K&G8T01CBAVANA, NASSAU. BERMVPA, SPAIN

AND FRANCB ..
M.T. EEWA PEL PACiriCO" li,oo Tens.) June U
fj. "KEINA DEL MAR UO.W Tons.)
(Ahr-Cendltloned) ,a..Aug. M
. totosi" ........t... .June 17

M.V. -8ALAMANCA j;. ;.y.Jnno It
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT- '
KOIAL MAIL LINES LTD7H0LLAND
''T AMERICA LINK
r-J W NORTH f AQflO POETS
Kg. LOCH AVOIT ...unetl
M.T. "alRmANY ....June M

TO UKCONTOiENT

S.8. LOCH RTAN" '..
I J. lOCH GARTH
ALL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO

TELEPHONES! CRISTOBAL WS4S
PANAMA I S-11S7S BALBOA S4905

2toD2 xjou ifu&d

COINTREAU FRAPPE

; o C ;
Try H tonigkt i ter Dinner
:.' -,V. yon wfll Hkej it; ; V ;
- y- ?: it U
FINE DELICIOUS REFRESHING
end very DIGESTIVE DRINK

rtnirfon: CU.
f A5A?U ' e

Douhd In Sheet
Ransack House

i"1 i
1 Mrs. Offet said the intruders
demanded the location of a wall
safe. When ehe told them she
had none, they ransacked the 10 10-room
room 10-room house, emptying cupooards
and chests, and turning pvr
furniture. ,-.'
They found the- $20,OOQ watch.
which was stuaaea witn u am am-monds;
monds; am-monds; three"- diamond rings,
one valued at $2,500 and the out outers
ers outers at $1,600, and a cape and a
stole, both mink. They also WOK
$1$ from a purse.
Chbrch Cesl&ksr
Both Ccr.rjr.ism
And Cc?il:lism
MEXICO CITVi June (UP)
The three C's Communttm, Ca Capitalism
pitalism Capitalism and corruption are the
mam ODStaciea so ma om.v;n
thnile Chnrch'a Evangelical Mia
sion. Mexican church leaders said
today. 4
Tha rathnlle leaders are meeting
here preparatory to the "Second
World Congress of Secular Apos-
tleship" next October in Rome.
In a taint analysis of World con
ditinna tha church leaders decided
Communism oppresses the indivi
dual and negates Dbert wnue ca
pitallsm maantains abuse of liber
tv anil eirnlnltation.
They did not say what fault they
found with corruption, wmcn pre
sumably is just plain bad.
.V j mmmm mmmm immiiu i in,
Tcmpico Fbhormcn
Prpbsi US Dpsls
In 1 loxicsn Wafers
TAMPICO, Mexico, June 8
ttpi Local fishermen protest
ed to authorities today that
American boats reported operate
ing off this Gulf coaat port ere
trim Rnrntnca. uiaavs. aim nuua-
ton and Valley King, all out of
Brownsville, Tex. ;
Tha Ram Houston ana vanev
King had ibeen captured and
fined by Mexican authorities on
other occasions. i(
?A cameraman from the Tem Temple
ple Temple newspaper "El Mundo" who
photographed the America "pi-
rat,,r in rrTv.rat.ion .' said thev
were fishing about four miles
r
Yxrn rialms a nine-mile ter
ritorial Brnit, while the united
states recosmizes oomam over
only thref txUlei from the eot,
wnTAL C9AKTE1t It)
.,..liM II
.Jane 11
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

CYR.N0S, S. A.
CCLOH

, When a man's organization
asks the wives of several mem members
bers members to help with a project or
social event, it is thoughtful to
send them notes of appreciation.
Or if the wives Are present and
not just b e h I n d-the-scenes
workers, a word of thanks from
toe presiding officer can take
the place of a tbank-you note.
Church Of mtm
VillUoId Vclbn
Bible School Class
The Church of the Nazarene In
An con will begin its daily vacation
Bible School June 10 at 8:30 .m
to continue Monday through Fri Friday,
day, Friday, every day through June 21.
Classes are being planned for
ages 4-14. Mrs. Eva Fuller of Los
Rios, will be the instructor for
the Junlon pign age. Judy Fuller
will be her assistant, Mrs. Edith
Metheny and dsughter Sandra,
from Post of Coronal, will be
teaching the Junior Dept. ;
T.he Primary Dept. will be under
the leadership of Mrs. Alma Coo Cooper
per Cooper with Linda Breeding as help helper.
er. helper. Children of the Beginners De Department
partment Department will be taught by Mrs.
Marth Warner of Panama City;
she wilt be assisted by Jenny Liv Liv-ineston
ineston Liv-ineston also of Panama City.
A dally program has been plan planned
ned planned to interest the chi'dren. There
will be games, handcrafts, music
Bib'e stories and refreshments
1 Mr." Marvin Donaldson of Bsl Bsl-boa
boa Bsl-boa end Mrs. Tina Thornton
Diablo Terrace will be in charge
of games snd refreshments.' ;
Anyone having children to en enroll
roll enroll msy contact Paster Nelson.
Be Worry-Free
withMODESS
f ISawDaaiga

lliiilllillals;ta

I 1 nheaa). Xaepa the i 7, w ( , A

! ka fnak sad sweat,. . I i ;VV Ti I"
n lit eaathaa euabara. I I a ( 7LjiTl!

I toot fartatla. Buy! I VVlll I IrTTZZ, 4

j 7 - - igj u,,;-' T,

mmm J :

I'M I'' f :, -i. I. ' 1 I Xf fl V

mmm p J ? LmtT'y '?
5 ( fe I

1, I m- r:, --J i :

Scftar fbaa suae. It ghee yea
Sacra ahaorbesey mors comfort
aaoas acotecnoa.
Oa!y New Daafaa Moocae
fan ach woedarful Inxary, sack
eawa aacerify, na aave aa aaa
Vooess, fha wdtvj pnaeuioa
ehat prasn(s woRiea. Iwehw
aUaesaaaekbeav- -.
AaoSer hiftHruaCty product f
. ..... Si, ia saaaa aaa

$1. Christopher's :
Announces Specie
Pcnlccosl Services
. Special- services will be conduct-,
ed at St. Christopher's Episcopal

Church tomorrow, in observance of
fentecost-The-day's
activities will begin
with a celebration of the Holu
Communion at 6 a.m., followed by
the Sung Eucharist and sermon at
T:S0 a.m. At this service, ; the worn
en of the parish will present their
United Thank Offerings, and also
make their corporate communion.
At 10:30 a.., a sung Communion
service in Spanish will be conduct
ed for the children of the Church
Krhnnl r
The day will close with Solemn
Evensong, sermon, procession and
Te Deum.

.WEDNESDAY" the ?2th .

OPENING

A.

V .,f y Z of ,' V

v a . 11 1 i N.i-

auto rano ; at r t

On the Tranststhmlan

DOROTHY C1L4SE'S:
8UMMER SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ' 'J f 1 '
' TONIGHT AT THE BALBOA; Y JW.CJl.

Ages By Special Request
9 te S Boys Tumbling and
j Friday 9:30 10:30
3 to 6 Pre-School Beginners

. ... ,. .w J7.U1.
- 4 to 5 Non-Beginners Ballet and Tap Tuesday and
. Thursday 2:15 3:00 pan. i.
k 0 to SNon-Beginners BaUet and Tap Monday and1
' Wednesday 3 4 p.m. -0
to ia-Non-Beginners Ballfet Tuesday and Thursday""
..'S 4 p.m.
,9 to 12Intermediatea Ballet Only Tuesday and Thursdays
:'4 6 p.m. ;
Ballet and Modern Rhythms for Teenager Monday and .i
Wednesday 4 5 p.m.
'; '-'. "-'v 1 Also by popular request,.

uruicr wuvnnauon

--

i I Swv m mm aa,..! oiiw waowiiiii f ma, ;

Use it on rice See how delicious it is
. vrilH sea food, gphagetti, nicAt, ZZh
' salsds 7 ererythiBg. c i vV
- JAdd Bfissi KetcHnp- to H your meali
.and ererybody will be deb'ghted.

Evcnhclfsf B:p!ijnr

Si:l:d For SiindjA
Evangelist Owen U, Holness
will climax the f'rst phase of his
evangelistic effort in the big tent
with a baptism tomorrow at
a.mw at the Juan Diaz river. The
entrance to ba used will be 5th
Street. Over 120 individuals will be
baptised at that time and the bap-
tismii sermon will be delivered
by d Q. Gordon, presidnet oLlix
Central i American. Union, of' Sev
enth-Day Adventists," . '
Four ministers will nerfrom the
rite of baptism: They ares R."R.
Draehembergh, president of the
Panama Conference of SDA; Ger
aid Williams, secretary treasur treasurer;
er; treasurer; W. H. .Waller, pastof of the
English churches and Owen '111
Holness, visiting Evangelist. i
Hit hwav.NHr Kn :
' r
Rhythm Tuesday and
a.m.
Monday and Wednesdar
cau jura, mase, Balboa I75J.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

learns

) Cincinnati
Brooklyn .
Philadelphia
Milwaukee
St: Louis. .
i New York .'
Pittsburgh .
Chicago

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TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Chicago at Philadelphia
6t. Louis at New York
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

(Night uamei j

UUz uuu uui a a

: AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams .,, W L fct.

Chicago . 31 13

New York ....27-19
Detroit .... 25 23

GB

Cleveland

Boston .
Kansas City1
Baltimore

Washington

23 22
23 25
21 26
20 26
17 33

705

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.340 17

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

Cincinnati

Brooklyn 011200 11x 6 11 1
Kllppstein (2-5), Acker, Free Freeman
man Freeman and Bailey.
Craig (2-2) and Walker.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
, (Night Game)

Washtnfrtnn fill fit1 04(111 la

0 Cleveland 080 031 300-i- T 10

(Night Game)
Chicago 000 000 0000 3 :
Philadelphia 000 100 0Qx-l 4
Hillman (0-2), Lown and Nee
man.
Sanford (7-1) and Lopata.

Stobbs. Clevenjrer (4-0) and

Fitzgerald, Courtney.
Daley, Garcia, Tomanek ( (-1),
1), (-1), McLish, Pltula and Hegan,
Naragon.

Panama Hoop

League Opens

At Gym Tonite

i
by HERBERT MOISi

The Panama City Provincial Se

nior Basketball League will blow

the lid oil its 1957 season tonight
at. the Panama National Gym as

uiey present a twinbili leaturing in

the second event the current cham

pions and runners up, Ceveza
Halboa and Marlboro. (ex-Chester-

neld). .The curtain raiser of : the
evening will feature champions
and runners up also as Philip

Morris ana Jasiu vigor oi the

Women's League tangle in the di

staff opener. i i
Attracting attention is the re

ported balance of the top teams.

ine champs have lost the services

of Haul Kooner a 16 point player.

bihy ionen a good oall handler

and are expecting' to lose their

Dest hustler, uranK holness. Roon Roon-er
er Roon-er left for Chile some tine ago and

l'holness plans to leave to lurther

nis studies in the same country.

(Night Game)
Vlwankfi 028 000 3005 9 0

' Wft.hiirirh 000 000 000 0 7 2;

Spahn (6-3) and Crandali.
Purkey (4-4), Face, Swanson,
B. Smith and Rand.

(Night Game)
St Louis 001 002 000 02 5 9 1
New York 002 001 000 00 3 7 2
Jackson (7-2), Merritt a"d H.
Smith.
Barclay (2-5) and Katt, Wes-trum.

(Night Game)

New York 100 002 001P-3 7
Detroit 010 001 40X 6 10

Larsen (2-2), Grim and tow toward.
ard. toward. Bunning (5-1), Lary and House.
(Night Game)
(11- Innings)

Baltl. , 100 000 010 013 8 0
Chicago 000 001 100 00-2 12 2

, Ceccarelli, Zuverlnk (5-2) and
Triandos.-
Harshman (4-2) and Lollar.

HI KIIPS TRYING
Toledo (NIA) Sam Snesd ,1s
the only competitor who hat play played
ed played in all 11 United States Opens
since World War II and he'll be
in this year's test at Inverness.

WEDNESDAY

; THE 12th
Opening of
Central America's
first 3 minf car wash.
1;. .; : r
We wash your car
. automatically and, in
. only 3 minutes.
AUTO BAflO, S. A.
Trmnslsthmlan- Highway
, NEAR SEARS

(Night Game)

Boston 010 000 020 3 8 :
Kansas City 140 OOO.Olx 6 12 i
Nixon (3-2), porterfield, Min
arcln and White Daley.
Burnetje .4-3; and Smith.

Along The Fairways

GAMBOA GOLF AND COUNTRY

' CLUP NEWS
GAmbM Golf and Country
CWb to having i Crow-C'oan-try
Medal Play Golf Tourna Tournament:
ment: Tournament: for Its members that Is
being- sponsored by the' Na National
tional National Distilleries Inc. of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, makers of tht famons
Agewood Whiskey. IK
Tbte Is S three or four ball
match that to 4o be held the
week-end f June 15 and 14.
Three-quarters of the handi handicap
cap handicap that was fat effect on June
1. 1957 win be allowed.
The lady mernbers are also
Invited to play In this tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. There will be first, sec second
ond second and third place plus spot
prises for the men and also a
prise for the ladles.
This tournament should be
a lot of fun. So members, come
on -oat and try your skill.

Uaiuto nas improved witn the

acquisition of Arturo Agard a 20-

oua point man and the publicized
improvement of Ramon Reyes. Ci Ci-garruio
garruio Ci-garruio fanama imported a play player
er player from Costa Rica and this should

increase their chance for a better

0 position. Marlboro on the oth
1 ie rnana has lost the services of thr
i t rii

os Hyacinth and George Sewell.
iney nave picked up two Very pro promising
mising promising rookies in Emilio "Coton"
tozano and Leroy "Ding Dong

Bell" Oneal.

Tonight's contest between Balboa

and Marlboro (ex-Chesterlield) will

have the added attraction of pit

ting two of Colon's minor league

players. Roberto Rusty of terve terve-za
za terve-za Balboa and Emilio Lozano have

always been top players in the Co

lon and several controversies nave
arisen as to who is the better of
the two. Another rivalry that will
soon come to fore is one to involve
another Colonite that is making
the jump to the senior League.
This player is 6' 3" George Hall
who dons a Gallito uniform.
In six tangles last season Bal Balboa
boa Balboa was victorious in four over
Tom and, his team. In one game
so far this season, a practice affair,-
Marlboro easily beat the
Beermen who were without their
top players Perez and White.
Opening ;?ceremonlesy Witt i begin

t .7:30 p.m. tonignt.,

Elks Swim Championships
At Gamboa Pool 4th of July.

t
X
i vy 1 1 1. '..''!"""

The, first, annual Invitational
Elks' Lodge Nq. 1414 swimming

championships will be held at the

Gamboa swimming pool,; July
beginning at 9:30 a.m. -The
meet will be sponsored, b:

the Elks' Lodge No. 1414 of iBal

boa in cooperation with the Schools

Division .and will be conducted un under
der under the. rules of the Amateur Ath

ene Union of the United States.

The meet is open to members

of: the Armed Forces, their de

pendents, U.S. employes of the Ca

nal zone and students j of the U.S.

schools of the Canal Zone.

All distances are in yards.

Trophies will be awarded win

ners of first, second and third in

the individual events and mem

bers of the first place relay teams.

All individual winners will be con considered
sidered considered the Canal Zone champions

for 1957.

Entry forms will be available at

all U.fc.i rate swimming pools next

weea.

The list of events follows;-
1. 220-yd. F. S., Men.
2 i 100-yd. F. S.t Women."
. 25-yd. F. S.. Boys 7 years

and under

4 25-yd. F. S.. Girls 7 Vears

ana unaer. ,

5 25-yd. F. S.. ,Bovs 8 years

oia.

6 25-vd. F. S.. Girls vears

old,' it,.

CASSADY CLICKED

Detroit (NEA) As Detroit
rookiN. Howard. Cassady, Ohio
State's AQ America, broke into
the National Football League as
the Lions' second leading ground ground-gainer.
gainer. ground-gainer. V

Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today
BALBOA DIABLO HTS. 7:9t
Alr-Conditloned Jf?
.M 4.15 6:J9 :45 Ernest Borgnlne
THREE BRAVE MEN"
COth CENTURY.POX present Sunday Trapese''
tyektahl iwt Ey'-
'1 t, GATUN l:ts
mnmlffliiim s1"
U dtM,il MARGARITA 1:1$ -:4f
. V-X I Tyrone Powei
i v Kim Norsk
TT" j "The Eddy Dnchla Story i
' fVT TTl 1 Sen. Three Brave Men''
JLWri,', jli. CRISTOBAL 7:H
xr Air-Conditloned
ffnnTrn jennifer
iUlW V r iS. "BarretU ef Wlnpole Street"
V. w Cinemascope Color!
r- A XZc -ti Ala0 spowln 8un.-Mon.
Lm A I tlh nil I 'AAO :W 7:25
AHly V AX Teerh Afrfrnmenr and
HTr C r-V j ID MONK BARONI"
ViiN ENLVbCQPll j santa cruz t.n t.u
. 1 . WUllam Holden
Also Showing Sun.-Mon, I TROUP and PROFANE"
CAMP BIEKD 1:19 7:M TIGER and THE FLAME"
. "DANGEROUS MISSION"

SWIM STAR Fort Kobbe's Post : swimming meet recently'
was dominated bv the Second Battalion, but Alex Ikeda of

Headquarters an'd Headquarters Company, Provisional Batta Battalion,
lion, Battalion, was an exception. The fleet former, Washington Univer University
sity University of gt.' Louis star won the 100 meter free style In 1:12.5
and the 200 meter free style with a 2:39.2 clocking. 'Lt.' Col.
Ralph E Rose, Post executive officer, awards Ikeda one of his
trophies while other participants in the meet look on.
i ''. (U.S. Army Photo)

PAAF Basketball Loop Opens
Tonight At Albrook; Davis

Sanford, Craig Fire

Three Hitters To Give

Clubs Important Wins

n,'':': By MILTON RICHMAN ;
: NEW YORK, June a (UP)-The snarled'up Na National
tional National League race was tighter thnn nr n.t.

shoes today, with both the Dodgers and Phillies
threatening to step over the floundering, first-place
Kedlegs unless they hurry up and gea moye. on.

old.

25-yd. F. S., Boys' 9 years

s zs-yd. v. 8. ..Ulrls yeara

Old. (

10 23-vd. F. S Girls 10 vears

Old... '..-'I'

31 25-yd. F. S.. Boys 11 years

old. v .-.. t

12 25-yd. F. S.. Girls 11 vears

-u : ' .7,! '

13 50-yd. F. S.. Bovs 12 -vears

nM f

14 -r 50-yd. F. S. Girls 12 vears

OIU

F, 5 Boys 13 and
F. S., tJirls 13 and

Baltimore
Gardner 2b

Kell 3b

Williams lb

Nleman If

PUarclk rf

IIJWIUUO c .

Francona lf-rf

Pyburn cf

Brideweser ss

Ceccarelli p
Zuverlnk p ...1..

Totals

Chlcage

Esposlto is 4

Fox 2b
Minoso If 4
Lollar c 4
Phllley rf 5

Land Is cf ........ S

a-Northey 1

Rivera lb 2
Dropo lb S

Phillips 3b 9
Harshman p ..... 2

IFbiiahti

Ab R H Pe A
...... B-J 1 6 0

5 0 0 3 I
S 0 16 2

3 0 2 1 II
o i o a o

... so 1 11 II

... 4 0 1 10
... 5 0 2 4. 1
... 5 0 0 3 3

0 0 0 0 0

41 2 I 33 111

a l n

0 '3 2 :5

0.3 2 0

1 1 8 01

0 0 3 0
0 1.2 0

o o a o
0 0 8 0
0 15 0
0 2 2 4
1 0 0 :i

Totals
r
a Struck out

11th.

Baltimore

I WXUCBgO

SS 2 12 S3 14
for Landia in

100 000 010 013
000 001 100 002

Errors: J Fox, Phillips." RBI:
Triandoa, Dropo, Minoso, Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Francona. 2B: Esposlto,
Williams. Nleman. SB: Gardner,

Minoso. Landia. 8: Earslunan,

Fsnoslto. Mlfioso. DPI Esposlto-

Fox-Dropo: Trtandos-Brtdewe-

ser. LOB: Baltimore 8, Chicago
9. BB: Ceccarelli S, Harshmaa s.
SO: CeccareUl 5, Harshman 8.
Zuverlnk S. H1U off: Ceccarelli
11 in 8, Zuvermk 1 1 S. Runs
and earned runs: Ceccarelli 2-2;
Harshms.no 3-2, Zuverlnk 0-4. B:
Harshman. WP: ZuTertnk. (S-2).
LP; Harshman (4-2).

The season .Is here again and

baseball Is sweeping the coun

try. But here in Panama as you

all know we have a slight differ

ent sports calendar due to- the

climatic conditions. While the

Cincinnati Redlegs and the Chi

cago White Sox have been, pad

dine their league leads the serv

icemen In the Panma jurea have
been readying themselves for the

beginning of the 1957 Panama

Area Armed .Forces : oasxetoau

season. Ahi'.r-it '.

The final brellmlnarles to the

1957 PAAF league race were con

ducted at the Albrook AFB

eymnasium last week' in the

form of the annual Albrook In

Hvitfttlonal basketball -tourna

ment. -

Many things were learned from

this tourney- snd- lt appears as

though the PAAF cage season

might prove much more inter
estlnff than wu heretofore antl-

clpatea ..

Tonight at 7:30 the 1957 PAAF

cage season formally gets 'under

way with two opening night en

counters. Fort KObbe's Regulars,

last year's hooo champions in

vade the Albrook gym to- take on
the Flyers and Fort Amador's
Troopers will make the long trip

over to Ft Davis for an opening

encounter, with the Army Allan

tie Bushmasters. -The game was

slated to be played at Ft. Ama

dor but due to the fact that the
Amador gym Is not yet ready for
action, the game was transferred

to Davis.
vNext Wednesday night the

Amador five will clash with the
Ft Clayton Cavaliers at Ft

Clayton, in the tetter's initial

game of he season.
PAAF clay this year win con

sist of a round robin schedule In

- vrw YORK fUPl Ron Mur

phy, wbo has oeen bouncing oaci 0..

nd loru rrom m nrw teport.

Rangers 10 mt muwn,
sold to the Chicago BUek Hawks
in exchange for 22-year-old center
Hank Ciesla. Murphy, a 23-year-old
wing, scored seven goals and had

12 assists ust season m u iimrv
CimU netted meht foals In his

rookie season -wuh the Hawks.

Sports Briefs

LONDON (UP) Soviet runner

Albert Ivanor set a 30,000 -meter

world record of 1 hour, buih

utes, 1 second Thursday, accord

ing to a Tass rvn Agency re report
port report received here. Ivanov clipped
2.8 seconds off the former record
" by Antt Visktri in Finland on

1958; according te tte

1 CLEVELAND (UPVi-rirrt base baseman
man baseman Joe AltobelU, wbo refused to

go te uwumiie, nas oeen op

tioned by the Cleveland Indians to
the Columbus Jets instead. Allo-

belli went te Columbus under 24-

hourrecaU option,

which each team meets each of

the other, four squads six times.

Championship laurels will go to
the .best won-lost percentage at

the conclusion of the regulation

play on August 29.

Games will be held on Mon

days, Wednesdays and Saturdays

beginning at 7:30 p.m. In the

event of a first place dead-Iocs:

at the end of the season, a two-out-of
-three game series will be
conducted to determine the
champ. A one-game playoff will

settle any second place dispute.

Fort Kobbe's Regulars will be

out to cop their fourth straight

crown but lt looks as though Al

brook's Flyers and Fort Clayton's
Cavaliers will, be out to give
them? the stiff est kind of compe

tition to say the least

Albrook. the winner of, last

week's Albrook InvltatlonL and

Fort. Clayton, runrier-up In the

tourney definitely rate as the

top contenders for the crown.'

Last season's final standings

are as follows: Fort Kobbe, 18-2;

Fort Clayton, 17-3; Albrook AFB,

12-8: Army Atlantic, 8-12; Na

vy, 3-17 and Fort Amador, 2-13

1

WAIST ID SECONO There's
not a second's hesitation when

the veteran trainer, Charley

Goldman, climbs through the

ropes to doctor and freshen up

fighter. The upper nag bad an

taming everything required te

outside snap compartment con-

repair a cut or wbtnot

5TEflE

CAPITOLIO
He. ... ... Me
FallEXDLT
PERSCASION
- Also:
atrvo br THE

TIVOLI
Uc. 29c.
SANTIAGO
- Also:
BABT DOLL

CECILIA
BensaUonal Double reatures!
, Michel Ray in
. THE BRATS ONE
-j Also: v.

James MacArUior In
THE TOrXO grXAXCEX

RIO

15.

Xte.

LOTTERY NIGHT!
TAKE THE HIGH
GEOtNDS
Also:
HILLS OF HO

VICTORIA
lie. L

THE BATMAN (4-4)
THE. MOB

DOIKJE CTTT
WAGON

Today Encanto 135, 20
Triple Attraction!---
James Derren in -RrMBLE
ON THE DOCKS"
BU Davta in
torm crvrrR"
. Also: 8 SHORTS!
Today IDEAL J20 .70
John Bromfleld In
-HOT CARS CARS-Anthony
Anthony CARS-Anthony Quinn In
-MAN FROM DEL. RIO

15 50-yd

14 years, old.

16 50-yd
14 years old.

17 100-yd. Backstroke. Men:

is au-ya. uacKstroKe, women.

IV Z5 yd. ajackJtrokeJ.,,Boyf

and 10 years old. r e,

zo Z5-yd uaewtroke,' Girls
and 10 vears old. .

21 25-yd. Backstroke. Boy s 11

ana xt years oia. t
. 22 25-yd., Backstrokee, Girls U
nd 12 years old.
23 50-yd. Backstroke,. Boys 13

ana 14, years oia. ,t -24
,V 100-yd. Backstroke, Girls
13 and, 14 years old. ;-.-

23 loo-yd. Butterfly (Breast,
Men. .",.v -'. iv ..f

28 50-yd. Butterfly B r e a s t.

women. v re- f

27 25-yd. Butterfly Breast.

Bohs 9 and 10 years old. 1
28 25-yd. Butterfly BreSst

Girls 9 and 10 years old.

29 -'50-yd. (Butterfly' Breast.

Boys 11 and 12 years old,

Girls 11 and 12 years old,

31 ,-30 yd. Butterfly BreSst,
Boys 13 and 14 years old. .
32 50-yd. Butterfly vBreast,

vjuh u man it years oia ;
.33 r 100-yd. F. S., Men.'v;
34 U 50-yd. F. S Women.

35 100-yd. F. S. Relay (4x25).

m a ...

oys iv years ana unaer... ;

.36 100-yd. F. S. Relay (4x25)
Girls 10 years and under. '

37 100-yd. F. S.- Relay (4x25.

Boys U and 12 years old. ;
38 100-yd. -F. S. Relsy (4x23),

uu-is xx ana xn years oia. ?
39 200-yd. F. S. Relay (4x50).

Boys 13 and 14 years old.

40 200-yd. F. S. Relsy (4x50),

men. B .-j. ;. j j ,

Meet Regulations for Junior E-

vents: Age ss of July 1. 1957 will

determine eligibility for age group

events, maiviauais will oe allow

ed to swim in. three individual

vents m their own age group and
one relay. No swimmer will be al

lowed to swim out of his own age

group in any event except a re
lay. ,'-v" - fv: "-

, Meet Regulations for Senior E-

vents: All contestants may s wl m

in tnree evenu and one relay. ; ;
'. - , i I... . .-

Lead

ues

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

Richmond.-.

Toronto i.
Buffalo .
Miami -. ; ;
Rochester
Havana i

Columbus

Montreal ...

W L

32 17
27 20
28 20
24 24
24 37
23 27,
22 28
18 31

ret GB

X53
J74 41
.565 4ft
.500 7ft
.471 9

.480 8ft

.440 10Va
J40 15

Rookie pitcher Jack: Sanford

is the fellow who' may. help the

numea norn m on tne lead He

nuriea. xnem to within a half

game of first place last night

wnen ne strucK out 13 batters in

beating the Chlcasro Cubs. 1 -n.

lor nis seventn victory.

Not to be outdone, Rotter

tsxinny) craig also led Brooklyn
to within a half-game of. the ton

With a threchit 6-3 triumph over

cincmnau.vcralg; whol pitched

ms jirst complete .game in 18
Starts, gave the Dodgers their
fourth straight 1 victory while

handingthe Redlegs their fourth

loss in the last five games.

The Milwaukee t Braves ", also
contributed to the general bottle-neck
in the league standings
by climbing to. within two games
of first place with a 5-0 victory
over Pittsburgh.-,' while th Bt.

iNiis cardinals moved within

4ft games of the ton with an 11

inning 6-3 triumph, over the New

xorK Giants. ,

In the American League. Bal

timore beat Chicago, 3-2 in 11
Innings but the White Sox lost
no ground' as the Detroit Tigers
beat the runnerup Yankees, 8-3.
Zuverlnk was the whining pitchi pitchier
er pitchier and Jack Harshman the loser.
' A' four-run rally by Detroit in

the seventh, inning knocked out
Yankee starter Don Larsen and

put an end to New York's four-

game winning streak. Frank BoU
ling's two-run single off reliever :
Bob Grim highlighted the TU
gers winning rally. Jim Bunnlns;
struck out ,10 batters In' notch notching
ing notching his 10th triumph.,- Mickey
Mantle hit his 14th homer for
the Yanks and J. W. Porter cnn. L

nected for Detroit.
.Washington ripped six Cleve
land pitchers for, 16 hits, include
ing three by big Jim Lemon in :

fashioning its victorv. Rorkv

Colavlto's second homer of the

game witn one on in the seventh -tied
the score; for Cleveland at J
7-7 but. the Senators rallied for
four runs off Dick Tomanek in
the eighth. t-,

Chuck Stobbs. who has lost 1ft

straight games this season, had ?
his first victory of the vear in 7

his grasp when the Senators led-

i- going into uie last naif,' -or

the seventh, but the Indians

tied the score and reliever Tru?: -man
' Clevenger- picked, mp the
triumph. f

Catcher Hal Smith of Kansas

City connected for a homer, two

doubles and single in, his club's
victory over Boston. Rookie Milt
Graff of the A's drove ; In "two
runs and scored what proved to
be-the winning run as' Wally
Burnette went the route for the;
victory Wlllard Nixon was the
loser. .-, ; ...
'.i I

1 r3fi

BALBOA SUMMtR LIAOUI LIAOUI-.
. LIAOUI-. TIAM STANDINGS

Albrook Flyers r

Clayton Carbiness
Cocoli Palms
Rodman Rollers

Los Rios Rivers i
Corozal Chiefs
Diablo Devils v
Farian Fans ... 'j
Ancon Anchors

Amador Sailors

Balboa Boas

Curundu Comets

WON" LOST

18 t

16
16
'15
15
14
11.
11
9
9
7

12

12

. 13
13
14
16
17

.19
21

Genial Larry Rudy of the j Los

Rios Rivers was in the spotlight

inursoay nigni at tne a a o o a
Lanes when be rolled the season's

high -game of. 267. His ball really

carried the mail in the final game

ot tne evening. v

He snared in the first frame al

ter a 9 pin hit, then had a turkey,

and in the fifth frame came up
with a T pin hit which he spared.
The next seven' throws were
strikes. Out of 12 balls he- had ten

strikes. :.' .-

Besides this high game of 267,

Larry had a 206 and 170 games

which save him a total of 643. His

267 erased the previous high mark

of 242 set by .Todd several weeks

ago. but his series was not good

nough to overcome the 660 made

by Coffee three weeks ago.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Rochester 000 040 0004 S
Miami 000 020 000-3 9 :

G. Blaylock-mnd Green Say

der, Lipetrl (5), Anderson (8)

and Bucha. LP: Snyder. HR: G.

Blaylock.

"(First Game( :

Buffalo OO0 000 0 X) 4 2

Havana 020 012 x 5 8 2

Hahn and Noble: Cueilar and

sierra, hr: sierra.

' (Second Game)

Buffalo 000 100 2104 I 1
Havana ; 000 000 000 3 2
Herbert and As troth; Coeche,
Hatten (7), Ramlres (9) and
Gartla.'LP: Cueche. HR: Ortix.

- Albreek 4 Ancen I
The league leading Flyers main

tained their blistering pace in the

circuit by .swamping the Ancon

anchors Bowling three consistent

games, all over the 800 mark, was

too much for the anchors whose

weight was not good enough to
drag down the Flyers.

The teadoff and anchor men for

the Alb rooks were tops 'la the
match.! The -"sick" -and shot up
Richie had a. healthy 507 and Kil

ler KiUgallen bad a 517 series. For
the Ancons. "Mr 8 B," Bowling

the next two fame and tots! pins
not because they, rolled well but
because the Comets were all burn burned
ed burned out. The loss buried the Comet
deeper in the .ersUr of. the league
standings.

Farfan 2 Redman 1

e I

The Farfan fanned themselves te
a 3 to 1 edse over the Rnii.n Wn.

Rodman. .After takinc th -. fin

two games, one of which was a
942 the v. relaxed mil th An.-

took advantage of the lapse by

me last, game.. v:
For the winning Fan : -!.,

Brown was tops with 553 and Seint
was next with .502. But both of
these bovs had to tika a h-

to Pop Curly Bates who had e 559
series. It 'wss not Curiyi fiulj
that his teammates did not do bet-

m iu iaw win column. f

Paced by Bower's 502 snd W.t."

sons 513, Corosal Chiefs chalked ,V
three wins on the credit side-of -the.
ledger. The only blot for tho v'
chiefs was in the miHHi..

when the Cocoli Palms took their
solopomt. One top notch bowler -K
by the name of Chuck McGar-:
vey of the Palm nftr.A .

his Worst nights since hia hnolln

on the Isthmus. Reliable sources ',
have it that afterThursdsy night
anyone making a reasonable offer
could buy a balL bag and shoes br -contacting
Chuck. Nn k. v....

bow some struggling bowlers feel.

Lee ''Wee I take I" Jj V
- ,' i
This was the. match .i.k.

Larry Rudy was trownrA thm ri.e. '

Pin of the night Larry's 206 gam
in the first session, was not good
enough to overcome the Boas who
coiled themselves for a 4 pin win.
However., the Rivera vi-fint

for 23 pin sdvsntsge in the second

ymn, ana wim Kuoy flooding the

Bud Balcer,-was the leader with a alleys with strikes in hia n.m

501. This match did not produce a able 267 game the'Boai -war a

Toronto 810 010 0002 10 0
Columbus 000 100 04x 12 1
' Robinson, Tiff enaoer (8
Qrimsley (4) and Rosed; Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Kuxava (9 and. Peterson
WP: Douglas. LP: Robinson. KR:
Nelson.
Montreal at Richmond I

sing 1200 game.

Clayton 4 Amader 9

The Clayton Carbines took over

undisputed possession of the run

ner up spot in the league stand

ings when they sun tne Am a

dor sailors. The four point win for

the Carbines, prevented the Al

brook Flyers from further fains.
The Amador crew had the same

identical total pinfall as tee m-l

vincible Flyers, 2447; for the lat latter,
ter, latter, the figure was good for a vic victory
tory victory but for the sailors it was a

sock on the chin for four points.

The Clayton tesm was hot with

four teammstes going over the 500

mark. Tony Luttenherg contributed

a

orownee in tne third g a m e h

more -than a century of maples.
For the crushless Boas,. 'Custom
House" Lowanme bad a 508, and
Sullivan a 508. For the Rivers the
closest- competitor- to1 Rudy's 64S
was Dick Soysters,5074- .- s
. HONO'tOLL l" V
Six tHmdrad Ciwh RwcFy tj
Budy 267, 208, Brown 234. Stur-

es 217. Coffe 202 Knock Hi Lntr

tenberger 222, Almeda 5.

rive leading howlers baa aa"

official averagee for six weeks

i4see zni f
Lane 18S

Almeds 183

564 set. Lane .536, Almeda 500'Balcer 14 r

and Bove 500, only Carter missedr Toiand in .-

this select group. For lh luckless! Closing thoortt A slip by a
Amador Sailor. Richie Knock was typesetter really give the readers

supreme with 529, nosing out Dick

Bliss' 523 and Harvey Lehman sett

led for a 506.

of the bowUng news m a I e e a 1
newspaper, a few ebucUcs.- The
name of a Bowlerette t e e as is
BUSTLES, bat the tuH.

DiifcU 3 Curwndw 1 iiHH another "S" and aiarf tr

Snearheaded by B.Uy tb Kid ; B I'STLLSS. -

Coffey, took the last twe games Your reporter bas been reaa.

nd the "TP a for thre markers. Itured that this is far from tk

The cellar occupants, Curundu- C-itruth with thee ladies, and thoe
mets shot their bolt in the rrt' skeptics iy witneis tit km.

Came wn Ibry rolled s S3, in !ts of tha fair sex serf arm ire

hich CFN Jrry Sturres brad-iTVer!tv tTeoirrs at tia ii

I (Pot tpoeL. rsin)

cast aJly 217. The LtvCs won Bowiera ma and jue Utaa.rtS)



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEYEIH
7raitiers

SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1957

Prep

momervveira Siege In Jackson $ vamp

' r ' v ' (NEA Telephoto)
'GETTING TO BE A HABIT Veteran golfer gammy Snead
v points proudly to his trophy after winning the Palm Beach;
I Bound Robin golf tournament at the Wykagyl Country XJolf
' Club at New Rochelle, N.Y. Snead fired a four-under-par 67
' on the IJnal round to overhaul Doug Ford and win the event.
It was the fifth time Snead had won the tourney. 1

JOE WILLIAMS

'AN AL SETBACK In all the clamor over the Giants and
' Dodgera hitting the western, trail, the fact that the American
, League has apparently been shut-out in an important terrlto
rial struggle has attracted little attention. Once Los" Angeles-and
vfianFranciscn are definitely ore-emDted. that's It. There are

no other: communities In that region capable af supporting big

Tieague baseball. For expansion or replacement purposes inc. u.

.-.must iqw jooj; elsewhere.' ...

' FRANCHISE IS OPEN To New York, for Instance Despite
' .-statements to the contrary, we understand that if an American
uLeague club wants to. take over where the Dodgers are; presum presumably
ably presumably lea vlncr off. the Yankees wouldn't have to ba consulted.

even as a matter of form. So far as baseball law Is, concerned,
Brooklyn we are told, is regarded as a separate city and as
such may be drafted by any big league club. The Redlegs deny

-reports they would be Interested. Washington, pn the other, hand,
would go anywhere, .'.but It's a" moot Question If the Senators

. can qualify as a, big league club- s

AL IN .BROOKLYN Having lost out on the" coast, unless

.all nortenis deceive, wouldn't it be smart for the AL to strength'

en its handjiatgjfeater,,jnetrppjDlltan;areal In.dueJ;Jme an

4tf fkniiVU avnmaaf lrir.vt" mlnht ha f a attirm Ai that. Vnnlfl HVOl

'.--Wit pea hysteria oi the historic oiants-Doagers xeua. rar irom
' v opposing such, a. move, the Yankees would probably be all for It.

They certainly need no one-to ten tnem now prouiame me

. the years, v.-.
.' v THE1ARK PROBLEM Would an AL club find It any easier
to latch on tor satisfactory park site than Walter 0Malley
AiA nr Vina in 1nt9 Knt nwpssnrllv Rtill. we decline to be-

lievt this is an Insoluble uroblem. Nor are we altogether con-

- vlnced that It's economically lmpracticable'tor a privately oper

vkted concern to build its own plant. Remember this Is a point

: ;elftn a position where the city or state can tell him how to

- j&nirci4K wnmn ciunn xhk reuouuiE. nc wuuiu xiiaisb via uluiuiuk

, tut juwu pwiav uuv uictc buu( ,' :

SLEEPINO AND SLIPPING The AL as it is constituted

is not notably dynamic or forward looking, hence the Uke

Jlhood of its drafting Brooklyn territorial rights cannot be con

unecay in st. ixjuis ana rouaaepnia 10 uu aaaea proni ana

.prestige of NL rivals. The only one of these intramural fights

tne Aii won was in Boston, where tne Kea box- cnasea we

' Braves out of town. As it turned cut, this was the most glorious

.reverse -In the history of the NL. Moving to. Milwaukee, the

Braves almost immediately replaced lager beer and knockwurst

- in puouc idolatry, in each or the last tnree seasons, tney piayea

jiiviv misui bVTV 41.11UU11 1 uniu, niiu vuvui v. w ivij vmiv

In' the majors'. In contrast. Washington, another decaying AL

. -c.ud,. arew &U3,&, 52538 and 431,647 in, 54, 'si ana o. -;
. S V.? ' ....i jt-. '.'''

; v IT COULD HAPPEN HERE The mere thought of New York

without any National League reoresentation whatever seems pre

jposicreus, yet. n couia nappen, as we ve lnaicaiea.'Bui no mat matter
ter matter how the situation la final Iv resolved. New Yorv is throueh

s a three-club city. The trend has been in that direction for

some time.' As late as '52 there were four two-club cities in base'

ball. Now -there's only one, Chicago. In each Instance, there was
dual representation, AL and NL. Would the big town support

two American League clubs? Well, it supported two Mu cluDs

' By JIMMY BRESLIN
V

NEW YORK (NEA) W Whitey
Bimstein sat at the bar i lew

doors up from Stillman s Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium and read a newspaper. It al

ways is a shock to see this trainer

of fighters do anything- requiring

eyesight because Whitey keeps his

eyelids at half-mast and even those

who know him figure he s always

asleep. r

"I'm gettin' myself prepared.'

he announced, "for going u away

to a training camp with Hurri

cane Jackson." -He
ordered a drink.

Upstairs, on the gym floor, Fred

die crown, his partner, chewed on

the stub of a cigar ana clasped h
hands behind his back as he watch
ed Tommy" Jackson throw off a lot

of energy with a shadow boxing

routine tnat was Kind of a hybrid

cross between an interpretive tap
dance and a man with a fresh

case of poison ivy:

Well be away about seven

weeks," he said. "And no time

oil tor sood behavior. Me. ana

Whitey'lT split it up. It's .all

right around here. I mean you

work with him, then when : it s
done, you get away from the guy
and go home. But in camp ...

reaoie snruggea his snouiaers.
Bimtteln and Brewn were con

ditioning themselves for another
torturous session" of being closeted

under the same roof with Jackson

for an extended period of time,

in the annais oi iisuana. there

may have been numerous better

heavyweights than the Jackson

wna is to box 13 rounds lor rioya

Patterson's heavyweight title in

New York, July 29.

But no fighter ever was harder

to get along with In a training

camp. When Jackson goes to -a

UWr UllUtt i 1UI JIIUU1C1, .. I ......Jin.
Li. I?..-... t.. and the hammering are crowding

Ith.. jii.i. tv,-I in an Kid Gavilan but the appar-

telephone never stops ringing. And ently -ageless hawk jt Havana
Thoma. i Gaorei JeTts?n. his still is dreaming of another shot

ma. calls hlm. jiever stopt trying t welterweight xrowa nt .xost

to Dress training routine. .-

I XUQ MQVi IS lU'-VW uau

mmmmm I memory of tne ring, nu iaco nas

: the pounded out flatness oi a ain-

ner mate and ms ears' are oeni

and twisted irom ine counues

blows he has' taken during a 15

"But i am oniy 31, ne pro

tests, "so the years of the fight-
Uif maan nnthin '

Knewa Broken Premises

Boating no Sport to Campbell)
Who Seeks 250 Speed Record

Donald .Campbell

Aging Kid Gavilan Still

Dreams Of Title Shot

By $SCAR f RALBY f

NEW YORK, (UP) The hours

re-

inr is 'all he knows and he

fuses to believe he is over the hill.
.(T ant nnlv 91 ka ahni,.

M VM..T WA, .IV 01. A MAO.

By JIMMY. BRESLIN.

NEW YORK (NEA) Donald
Campbell is an intense, 37-year-old

Scot who lives in a substantial sec

tion of London with his wife and
child and has a tool manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing business and is in insurance as
part of Lloyd's of London. On this
basis, he is of interest to the sports
writer for, as he points, out, "my
father began newspaper, libel in insurance."
surance." insurance." The fact that Campbell will at

tempt to push his motorboat, Blue-!
bird, to a world record speed of
over 250 miles per hour at Cana Cana-daigua
daigua Cana-daigua Lake, near Rochester,' N,

Y., in July also is of a sports pace

nature, you'd think.'

OUT Of DOOnS tcith

IHi!

VnaturaC toismi
TO RBTRIBVS

' jjiiblb KMiiie. wiiiiiiKiiRnii ui nunr

- 4
.i.

By JOB STITSON
' t Oof Iditer

f. boldly, stability under gunfire.

curatery,and .natural desire to re retrieve,
trieve, retrieve, to hand. .

- JUDGING a cocker spaniel trial, r.i ,,n nt tmiav. rwvr hut-

I Was pleased by the auality of en-1 ntir ntrv small, thmitfh it.

tries in the Field Dog stake. Iwa. oualified. Th nlaeinsi ; wera

This relatively Hew Stake Was! a field hren ivlr lirtt ; twnrh

estabUshed to a encourage ; novice hred cockers second and third and
owners to run dogs. neid bred cocker fourth.

DOgS Were tO be judged in ac-l Thoir nwnra oan mm nvpr ith.

cordance with their desire to hunt,'er of the bench bred dogs in the
evidence of nose, lack of gun- aeld and be proud of their honesty
shyness and natural retrieving in.w(irvp th-v niv n

stmct. Somewhere among the No cocker with the boldness to
thousands of cockers in each state !worjt these dogs did is likely
!$iithJJ?U0?.. t be a psychological problem, a
shll retain the desirable funcional it i, true of many- of their breth breth-characteristics
characteristics breth-characteristics of the breed s her-ern. .,- ( ( ;

The Field Dog stake- was design-

But Csmpbell stlf.ned w h n 1 1

"'"ve w fubvvsaim BUUIlC9

per

this was mentioned. H put down S"? 1-. JES? "SX C.'-T
his drink, stuffed hi. ciear tntn P." worth. while, and,

talking.

haps, occasionally- use the combi combination
nation combination of bench conformation and

Jaeksoa

Bimstela

KISS EM OOODBY Are the Giants and Dodgers infallibly

committed to departing our shores? We would have to think so.

OTtfalley's attitude toward the politicos ln recent days would

for them. Now it's the sharp edge of his -tongue. His manner

Is clearly not that of a fellow who thinks he still has a chance

to drive home the winning run. ,

r

i

SHOULDER TO THE TAPE M:k AfortiM, r,rht. put.'hi.
nx.,aor to th tape to win the 100-yard djh in the Ch Ch-f""
f"" Ch-f"" R;yi at Wodto. A close ccmd u Orlando Haaely
Okiahoma A. and M, tryi"? to tnrtt the ribbmi. Denm
qLlT-yV tliirxl. The i reno St.te --g tme ail 8 J aeconds.

Gavilan gets a chance of sorts

to realize his dream when he

meets Vince Martinet at Jersey

City's Roosevelt Stadium on June
17. Tha winner is hoping for a

shot at champion Carmen Basilio
V... .n.lt I- ,k. InfaraMuiii afata

If the food should be broiled, he

... ..a jaj 1 '; I W aMV Ultuuts, uv0awa ..aaBa)f
wants it fried in a flood of fat. m,tt.r what the nromiaes. Basilio

.l I prefers a crack at middleweight

1 nhamntAfi Dtv 1?AKtnAn ...

fighter himself tries,;'; 3nitem 'Whether you liki his flashy ma-

-."f 'aaaBaBBaa ; f j 4taV' .1 . t. At. i

The rule tt'tt never leave Tom- "". e.n .W0I!vit!

my by himself. The fighter know. ""rV v" S."
thfs and in the past has had quite tt&:,iKj.T.,Jh1!2
a bit of fun taking walks. Bimstein t,r h!T,. wS't nfe
Rrn ..rrnmnaniM him each But.he.n", Waiting .for

With this Ditch well iHvr

Campbell pointed out that,. "Once
you attain a speed of 200. miles
or over on water you ventura in.

to in unknown, rin 1952, John R,
PnKl. I im :i .. .. .

wra icu u uuiues per -. nour
with his Crusader at Irh N

Ci i mi.. .

ovuuano. xne ooat msintegrated.
Cobb was gone. Then Mario Vega
tried it at Lake Como in Italy and

no aams unng Happened. i
"The thing we looselv rail th

iWlfaa V.M-1.J ...... J .1 i

.m L. J i ,oents. And this is whst I am out
stiU good. I have a long wsy toito explore and defeat."

go yetau tne way to the tiue

You kind of have to hope' he

maxes

an ash tray and began'

Sorrv but this ia not imrt " m UCI"-" eumormauon ana
he snK W. cold Jblotded1.!! 2t F

calculated experiment

the unknown." 1

into f V- " uojecuve in

Giants, Dodgers

Get $5 Million
N.Y; TV Offer

a never held rematcbe ver since

or Brown accompanies him each

uu. u-j. .. They were almost two yeare of

fa ,n l.t umDt lor. the Kid. He became

All ftCVMlia, ftaau,j H.L- Li

ai-M UTuu dIm-' Tmm w.ik.l wno rougni in we oacit-

rimn to tnwn a mile and a nail v

. 1. 1. t 1 1 I. I IlilluUECi refill 1L iN-van in annur

away to ouy a wie. no uruno iv t .
when he tried to fly it. So he head- f h n1 J

era

ed rieht back to town to buy an

other. He did this a couple of more

times and Bimstein who was

with him at-this time, wound up

wobbly-legged, bis bald head dunn

ed in a sink.

KM Leoks Ahead

"Not se." he fumes

I fight. Ten times

"Ten times

l.win.vTen
goes against

i cIj l.ui Jt I times the decision

..... I IMA Pn m a.mMi,.-. ..w L v.. J

ita m..i in ta iTtnai, rrnm i .u .ivt.ju.ui.io ear lub xvr-ii

reporters and photographers. Af-e wma. .j f ecora pook,.. sb

ter chasing him a few times, -. V;.' i
whitev decided no 10 per cent T?'. :'-.wth .IM; recdrded

of anv ourse was worth this. pouts behind him and a mark of

. a a ' Jt 11U tHlimnha e-. 1 1 1 a.

Warn im Ft Willi 11 inTOrtTI Blil. I v iuiuyiifu 1UUOCIIO 1UUK DlfE

uo there on MU Everest f CT0 busy yesrt but with an

Thia time. Bimatein and Brown unaiterswy sunny, disposition

claim, "the setup will be modified. cans me noruon wstead. Fight-

"His mother aint com in,' Whi

tey notes. "She used to get mad

if we yelled at him."
whiter Bimstein always nas de

scribed it as "doing a bit," street

talk for a prison sentence. tsut

with the heavyweight caampion caampion-hio
hio caampion-hio as the prize he can be expect

ed to taae k au once more.

I like the oougn," ne empna

sizes. -':..''.-."''

Players Jo Csl Oil

Easier ThsstiYanXees

'By BEANS RIARSON
WrittM for Hi A Service

QUESTION: A runner M third

starts for home, thea returns te
the baa as tbe b a 1 1 e r hiu a

(rounder down the third base line.

The ball bopa up and hits the run

ner oa the shoulder. He is suna-

ing on third bsse. What is
call here? Bob RosKer.

Answer: The rvoner fa eof. Tke

Vatter ati a amsl. Stnad'mt en

the f deatnt remevo tne eae eae-tr
tr eae-tr mi beint tur when hit by a
battee fcalL
Q. With three fcafis and" t w a

strikes oft the first batter ia the
fame, the pitcher calls time and
pleads, that his arm hurts. Can be

MEMPHIS. Tenn.,(UP) Offi

cials of the Nashville baseball
team Indicated today that three
Southern Asociation, players, who
police said made : like the New
York Yankees io A Memphis. bar,
will get Off a lot easier than the

major league brawlers.

The tnree wasnvuie p i a y e r s,

two of them former major leagu leaguers,
ers, leaguers, were charged with disorderly
conduct, disturbing the peace and
reaistinf arrest following a south

ern-style, minor league version of

the Yankee nightclub scuffle. -.

The six Ysrvkee players involved

In the New York nightclub scuf

fle were fined a total of 15.500 by

the the New York front office.

However, offieiala of the Nash

ville club indicated that they

would not fine their three stars,

Tommy Brown, a former Brook

lyn Dodger infielder, Stan Palys,
who played with the Phillies and

NEW YORK' (UP) Max Kan-

tor, a. New .York television operas
tor, disclosed a $5,000,000 a year
pay-as-you-see television offer to
the Giants and Dodeeri today if

they remain here t ..

Kantor. president of the Indnx.

trial Television Co.,' said he hsd
sent' teleerami ta Horace Stnn.

ham, president of the Giants, and
Walter O'Malley, president of the
Dodgers, latt Monday. Since they
had not acknowledeed rerint nf

me teiegrams, jiantor said he
was making the offer, public.;
The Giants and Dodgers report report-fdly
fdly report-fdly have shown greater Interest
in moving their clnh. tn fK- w.

Coast because of

w oy uie on

Corp, to televise all. home fc ies
on a similar psy-ss-you-see basis.
....... -1 "-..;..? 1 - .-
, nder Kantor's "proposal, each
dub would receive .$2,500,000 for
the same deal. Kantor said that
he was interested in making the

aws wuer m ue .new Yorit Yan

va iui nsnia wmeir games.

Reporls;

Cash Seillemenl:

Vilh Grid Brom

'...'- : ; i

WINNIPEG VUPWTh WInnln.-

Blue Bombers announced last

mgni may nave received a cash
Settlement "in five fiVnr."

the Qeveland Browns for "inter "inter-ference"
ference" "inter-ference" in 1355 with Bobby Free-

uian, ivrmer Auourn quarterback.

wim itusseii. nrednt nf h.

nr... . :

nrsicrn j-ootoau Confrnra l,th

inusea uj aivuige : the exact
smoung of the settlement which
wss made out df court after the
Bombers threatened to sue the
Browns for damao- Kni h..i.

dicated the sum bore a r.l.t inn-

ship to the $32,000 los the Bom-

"ci i uicurrea in 11155.

, y n 1 ? 1
Freeman "and Jart rw-vi...

another; former Aobura player!
did not live un in their onn..

said these violations contributed to
tbe club'e operating loss thst sea-

So far, Campbell has been able
to push Bluebird to 225 miles per
hour at Lake Coniston in England
last summer. In 1955, he hit 21$
at Lake Mead,, Nevada. v
AtHs 1 Is telnt for his version of
the jackpot this, time and the natu natural
ral natural question is, of course, why any anybody
body anybody with a normal life'exDertan.

cy would put all on the line just to
go fast over water. For. as Camp Camp-Dell
Dell Camp-Dell notes, break-inn. vn fin.a.ui.

ly is a triumph. And alorv u 11.

mited to a smallish circle of fellow

ieeu mercnants.fi
It all beffan fnr fimnUl

his father, the, late Sir Malcolm

amppeu, an auto and motorboat

fwmi recoro noioer, died la 194$,
Af the lut nt him ..u i. v.

1 ... ... ..uici a Ux
longings were being carted away,
a friend came in and showed Don-

aia a paragraph in the .ia'a M.

Pr- ft.fhowed that Henry Kaiser
Was buildinff an all.alnri... v...

the Umted States with an eye
toward breaking Sir Malcolm's rie
Ord. 1 ;''. ....

We'll live if n.M

said. That started it. He' looked up

".u.t win, nan hp a . . i

Li .... -wi.cv wna
his father and thv ,t.i l..

Shw2. Si M,roln' 10-yeai-old

7 .jua venicie its first

....,...'..-.
..... ...

ne nearly made it the first
time." he ssys. "I had it up to

il vutnmt ahead when

... wupu .oecame full of smoke.

waiuini on whinrvarf t

tf nd4began to hit my

r. m uv me Dusmes at
SilaiVl Tha boat
swerved ta tiweiit. tt..

, A.iai couia
iV"JoaJi' ere, but

"These tWnei." c.mmn

if" little room for
them. This lint asm. aia k"i

-..-v... we .re aooui to enter."
dr.li-"Tbe,i JtP1tt it, the
drawing board and slide rule
are more imnortant- k.. .n

tiling t-trv enthua m

of thing f "" ,ort
rl..!":0', DJ wind

u, a Dlffn.maaMil

o u ,"in "hner speed
Csmpbell feela it .

a aa ai W4-I dig M LJ4
cal certataty the 250 will be hit.

T uiat, ne wants to reach

-w uu waver ano 400 on land.

Sports Driefs

KANSAS Citv Me ftiPvn-:.

Boyer. only bontu bahv linuH t.

the Athletics in Ksnsss City, was
sent to the New York v.v.

Tuesday aight to complete the 11 11-player
player 11-player deal the clubs made Feb,
1.

The Yankees "a sained tha m.

year-old second baseman to their
Binghamton. N. Y.. farm rhih 4a

the. Class A Eastern League.

Cockers ' are a heternirpnanii

bunch of 'field or useles bench
dogs
The Pleasant anrnrica an m.

try which, granted, was unfinish unfinished
ed unfinished as to regularity of pattert, re retrieving
trieving retrieving finesses and handling, but
showed marked industry, ability to

.
.t -
I , -, .....

Cincinnati and is eurrently lead-
ing Southern Association hitters,!
snd rebf pitcher Csl Howe.- 1

The three were arrested early.

Wednesday morning at the Hob

retire without completing the job Nob Tavern, where they went fori

a few beers after Tuesday mebt s

Nashville Memphis game as
rained out.

They were found c a 1 1 1 r of

charges SDd fined $52 each. But

Nahnie club oficials indicated

I that the 1eam wouMn't add any

snore Lr.ft oa the players.

on one batter? Norm a a Elber-

field.

A. Yat, H the vmstre is con

vinced that ho is Woitimatehr in

pam. Ooy In caae of Injury is a
(fartinf ottchor oarwilftad to re

tire b9r comoloHnvi tha lk

bottor.

mm.

6

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FOR
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to White Owls? Never-no,
tMvar to our knowledge haa t
thr been a dear ao K.kt

tad mild with so snuch rati.
ttitfywt florin. .'
flight up and soo why
White Owre "Flavor Cen Cen-troT
troT Cen-troT is snaldng agar history!
It aseanst Field-by-field pIw
tioa of tobacco, caae-bycaaa
etiriag, box-by-bos eosdU
taotiing to give you top fla flavor
vor flavor ta every White Owl yon

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TiN.NlkU.I.Mr,,dt;

SAVE TIME ANDM0NIY:
Washing your car in 3 minutes;
AUTO BAN0, S. A.
On th Transfcthsnlaa Highway!
NEAR SEARS '.'. ,-;:
OPENING1 V 5
WEDNESDAY ht 12th

Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
Join our Informal CLUB 4:30 for the late crowd
. In tha air-conditioned comfort of our Bilboa Bar
'. --."- -. . ,'-.' '-. ;

? : MUSIC BY THE v
CAROL CLEAVES TRIO
. "mi
Nljhlcip oo-the-hoBSc at 4 JO sua.

CAROL also ylsys the yUne to the lUJboa. Rar
It sjb. to S ausj Saav, Taea, Wed. Thara,



MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
am utti. tit mbnih! Hamilton JmuU

7-"
L;;'-S;:li!:Fv;lvE!iD.S
' THIS SPACE' IS FOR SALE "V'
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
Or xi much a to wish j.
P.O. Box (2M- Tel. 1-7061
Lesson

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T Real Estate

Houses

FOR RENT: Modern horn, I
bedrooms, lira e kitchen, livinf
room, dining room, porch
sidi, hot, -cold water, maid's
room, araae. Laree yard, front
and back. Via Form, house No.
91 -A. For information call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3116.
FOR HINT: Clialer Bella Vista.
For information, phono Panama
3-3305 morning or after 7 p.m.
FOR ftENTFurnished 2-bod-room
chalet,ror two couples.
Campo Altgro, 6 1st Street No.
, 4. Phono 3-2795. $65.
FOR RENT: Small ftirtihhed
ckalot, to married coupla $75
48th Stroat No. 25-8,; Bella Vii Vii-ta.
ta. Vii-ta. Phoiia 3-725 U
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom duplex houie,
-very cool, Campo Alegre. Easy
washing machine. 'Westinghousa
dryer $250. Phone 3-5024.
Take a Jungle Jim Jaunt
3 DAYS EXCURSION 3 DAYS
, To San Bias Islands and Porto-
bale. Aboard the cruiser "Pases
dors." Sight-seeing Indian vil villages,
lages, villages, the ruins f Old Portobelo.
Swimming. One night aboard and
ne night at Hotel San Bias.
Leave Balboa, pier 17, Friday,
' Juno 14th, 6:45 a.m. Leave Co Colon,
lon, Colon, Strangers Club, Friday 14th,
9:00 p.m. Return to Colon late
Sunday afternoon. Those who
wish to go through the Panama
Canal only,. $7.00 each person,
including June. $40.00 for the
thro (J)- days. Will erase this
excursion "Wednesday. Phone
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660
days; 3-1320 nights. Jungle Jim
Jaunt Hotel El Panama.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and UrgT
beach house. On mile pas Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Ocoanside Cottageo
Santa Clara. Box 1170 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R.-do. P. Phono Panama
MI77, Cristobal 3-173.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
atisffing vacations, .Santa
Clara Beach Shrapnel's fur.
mines nouses, r no net Balboa
1772. r
St. Luke's Saturday
For Children's Home
A rummage sale, th precedes

Resorts

irora wnicn wm De usea to Duy
. needed- supplies for the Bella
Vista Children's Home of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, will be held next Saturday,

at the cathedral of St. Luke, In
Bishop Morris Hall, An coo. The

. sais win start, at b aJn. ana con
i.tinue u,ntll 5 p.m.
Thn benefit is helno- crtven nn

. der the auspices of the board of
-administrators of the' Children's

xiuuw, wiu jsrun i caairman in
eharge'of arra-ngements Is Mrs.
Charier PM organ of tterozal.
t .,: J' --,'; .-v- -'
A variety, of. bargains In used
household- effects, and clothing
will be offered lor sale, and a
Whlte KlephantTtable will be a
special-feature of the day. All
Interested persons are Invited to
Jrttendj.S? v-
i;vy. v.- :.
THE BEST
GARBAGE CANS
are mad by
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS
Having rroublt, virJi
your car vashing?
From Wednesday the 12th
your problems, will
be over
J OPENING OF
AUTO BACO, 5. A.
Oa the
'Tranitmia frifhwayi
REAR SEARS
Osry 1 snlnates to wash
T year eart

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Pans ma 3-4941.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N.. S. A.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, "Edificie Deveaux," B
Street, El Cangrajo, next to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. Sao caretaker en
premises. Miguel Hive, Phone
J"4844aA
FOR RENT r Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, living-dining
room, hot water, garage. "J"
Street, El Cangrejo, near "Cole "Cole-Jio
Jio "Cole-Jio La Sailed $85. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, North At
merican neighbors, $50. Via Is-,
pana 82nd Street No. 48. Phono
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Furnished or unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New Alhambre Apartments.
Telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished one one-bedroom
bedroom one-bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
-a-
FOR RENT: Furnished modern)
apartment, two bedrooms, two
J!,- !' two '. Rant
$130. Cangrejo. Calls 3-6932,
4 to 7 p.m.
FOR RENTS 1-bedroom apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment with living room, dining
room, front balcony, dry closets
and garage, good residential sec section
tion section of Bella Vista, cool and
met, suitable for married eeu eeu-ple.
ple. eeu-ple. Rent $70. Phone Panama 3 3-0763
0763 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment apartment-one
one apartment-one badrsam. Ji-i-- ....
. . r ....p vm, a r
ler.:.nd balcony. 48th K No. 1
. pr. no. J..
CairC Misdoners
To Hold Conference
Starting On Monday
The annual. 'Parlhtutan II.
Command Mission fnnfr(mn
will be held at Albrook Air Force
Base starting Monday, to last
through Friday, June 14. The
conference deals with the logis logistical
tical logistical phase of the military as assistance
sistance assistance program.
Personnel from th is ttr air
Force Missions la Latin Ameri
ca; Heaaquartera TJSAF, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, DC.! Headquarters Air
Material. Command- ani vtav.
weir Air Force Base will attend
we meetings.
USAF TersannpT ktatnnA in
Latin America who- will take'
wui, in we conierenca raciuae
ou B. K. Armstrono-. Rrall-
CoL J, C. Osgood, Bolivia; Col
H. W. Terry, Chile; Col. Q. M.
Clugston, Colombia; CoL L. S.
Dysinger. Cuba; Col. 8. Hale,
Dominican ReDublic: Col. J C.
Robinson jr., Ecuador; Col. F. W.
navin, uuaiemaia; col R. Ria Ria-Ott,
Ott, Ria-Ott, El Salvador; Col. E. E.
die. Haiti: Col. J. P i.vln Hnn.
auras; Ma). B. E. Bailey, Nicar Nicaragua;
agua; Nicaragua; CoL D. L. Wilhelm Jr.,
Paraguay; CoL O. W. Criss Jr,
Peru; Col. R. O. Mltterllng, Uru Uruguay;
guay; Uruguay; and Lt Col. T. A. FouU,
Jr., Venezuela
MaJ Gen. Truman H. Landon,
commanaer, Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, will welcome conferees
Monday morning as the meetings
get under way
Cops Nab Comrade
NEW YORK, June 8 (UP) -Two
policemen cruising in an un unmarked
marked unmarked police car spotted a mo motorist
torist motorist making aa illegal U turn
and enoMtincr n - i. u-
1 ft m-nmj ,u WTC VfUSllC
direction. After a chase they halt-
eu uie violator, it was another un unmarked
marked unmarked police car.
DAYS LEFT
' FOE
FATHER'S DAY

JtfAILTPo?,,?1". F OITB AGENTS OR OUK OFFICES AT 13-37

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FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANdsV-i. Fo. da
yt0,?.1?- 81fe4 No FARMACIA EL. BATURRO Pijae Lefevrc

Automobiles
FOR SALE t Convertible Cadil Cadillac,
lac, Cadillac, 1 95 1 r with radio, whitewall
tires and A-1 condition through throughout
out throughout for only $1500. Call from S
a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1 MK or 3 3-3341.
3341. 3-3341. Atfer 5 p.m. 3-3069
FOR SAJ.E: Two 1956 Hillman
; Minx Sedans. Low mileage, ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally 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 Ford, new
paint, tires, battery, seat covers.
1950 Hudson. Phone Balboa
1235 after 4:30.
FOR SALE: Model A Ford
1956 Plymouth. Lots extras,"
41600. Trade for older car.
2524-A, Cocoli. Phono 3077.
FOR SALE: Leaving Panama,
Plymouth Belvedere 1955 Sta Station
tion Station Wagon; Zenith radio con con-sola;
sola; con-sola; 2 1 -inch G.E. television
console. Cell 3-6563 or 3-6430.
FOR SALE: 1947 Pontiae se sedan
dan sedan with good rubber, transmis transmission
sion transmission recently everhsulcd, Balboa
2-6371.
FOR SALE: Cadillac Coupe De
Villa. Custom built at the Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac factory. Equipment, continen continental
tal continental kit, radio, tinted glass, power
steering, poysr brakes, electric
windows, electric seat, electronic
eye, heater, purchased September
1954, 23,000 actual mhos. Same
model today would ce $6400.
will sacrifice for $3200 and con consider
sider consider nice clean car in trade. Also
$1600 letter of credit on a now
Ford or Mercury, will sell for
$1200. I'm leaving, must sell
one. Plesse call 3-2447 between
6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
4-door Super "88." Hydramatic,
radio, boater. Leaving Isthmus.
Must sell. Albrpok 6281.
FOR SALE: 1955 4. dr. Dodge
(Klngswsy), ,P h o e 1-1122.
House 8548, Margarita,
FOR SALE: ,52,Hudn Com Commodore
modore Commodore "8" 4-doov sedan. Hy Hydramatic,
dramatic, Hydramatic, radio, heifer, dlree-
tienal lights, undercoat. A one one-owner
owner one-owner car In good condition. Will
sell oa terms te Zonian or serv-
, Iceman, no banks or finance -companies
to deal with, v Homo
-phone, Albrook 7201' duty ?
phone, Curundu 4256.
FOR SALE. 1947 Cadillac Sport
Coupe, good condition, price
$345. 65S-B. Curenda Heights.
FOR SALE. New 1957 Olds Olds-mobile
mobile Olds-mobile Super Holiday, 2000 -miles,
hydramatic, power stees stees-ing,
ing, stees-ing, power brakes radio, heater,
w-s-w, many other extras. Phone
Dr. Ralph Adams, Bslboa 6432.
FOR SALE. 1951 Ford 4-door
sedan, excellent condition, low
mileage. Original owner leaving.
Phone Gamboa 438.
FOR SAL!: 1951 Srudebakar
Champion, good motor, radio,
heater. $325. Call Balboa 6389.
FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Hard Hardtop.
top. Hardtop. New tiros and battery.
2-1872.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1952
Panel half-tan in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Can bo financed. $750.
Phone 2-2217.
FOR SALE. 1952 Ford V-8.
four doors, standard shift. Five
new tiros, radio. Car like new,
not a scratch oa it. Doty paid.
$700, down payment .$350.
Phone Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 2-door
sedan, mist green, new seat cov covert,
ert, covert, good interior and exterior,
radio. Good boy for $425. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 4134.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Custom
Tudor Six $1850. 2-2893.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
1950 Chevrolet 2-door aedan,
radio, $275.00. Coco Sent 86 86-C,
C, 86-C, Looser.
TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S.
Packers Shippers
Pboooa 2245 1 2-2562
Leans Riding at -PANAMA
RIDINfi SCHOOL
Rid rag a Jaaapiag Claaaas dafly
i to 5 p aa. PboM 2-2451
e by apsslntmsnl.
LIFE INSURANCE
JLM RIDGE
Oeoerai Acent
Gibraltar Ufa Ins. Co. -for
rates and information
TeL PatuUBA tSSl
CHIROPRACTOR
. Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East S4th Street 6
acraaa frera Lu Theatre
Hews B.H tun. U 12:N
t:H P-aa. to) :N Jw.
TeL ranama 3-2Z72.
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Miscellaneous
MOTOR AL SALES a SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE'
i LARCkST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA.
- OIOS AND T.V. SETS ON
vTHE ISTHMUS. INVERS.IO-'
NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38. .'
VTECHO" QUALITY corrugated
galvanised aheets, 36 BG 2' x 6
special galvanised finish, $1.25
per SHEET. PAN AMERICAN ;
CONTRACTORS, INC., P.O. Box
4489. Phone Panama 3-5471 or
. 3-6707.
WE OFFER:. COPPER WATER
TUBING, 12," ,58", 34"
Type K L, TIN LEAD SOLDER
4060 and 5050 Alloy, 1 -lb.,
and 5 lb. Spools, 1 lb. Bars.
LEAD CAULKING WOOL Bast
for Plumbing. LEAD SHEETS
18" and 364-1 thick. LEAD
INGOTS sixes: 3 lb25 lb.,
50 lb., 100 lb. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS,' INC., P.O. Box
44(9. Phone Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707.
FOR SALE. 34' ton air-conditioner,
25-eycle, $95; G.E. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, $35. Phone Balboa
1235 after 4:30.
FOR SALE: Slide projector;.
Golde, master modal, 500 watt.
25-60 cycle AC or DC. Projects )
mm, jyo. x y4 Up to 3 'x 'x-4'2
4'2 'x-4'2 with case, like new $55.
Phone Gambea 193.
FOR SALE: Linoleum $4, radio
table $7.50, 25-cy. adding ma ma-china
china ma-china $15, dressing table fr scat
$50, Venetian blinds $2.50, 25 25-cy.
cy. 25-cy. air conditioner $90, bamboo
ahades $1, 1951 Ford, 1950
Hudson. Phone 2-1235.
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Cocker
Spaniel, I year eld, female, won wonderful
derful wonderful pet for children, $20."
y House 76-A, New Cristobal. S
FOR SALE: Rattan tofa, Apex
wringer-type washer, vHemke.'
power mower blade rotary
type, 4-cycle Briggs a Strattoai 1
engine. All 9 months uisdv per-
feet condition, ; 1 955 Red 8
White Buick, Special Riviera t
-,. Dynaflew and accessories, perfect
, "; Ca !7-723Z et 17 17-4106,
4106, 17-4106, . iJ:'.. t'i
: FOR $ALE -w I95J Chevrolet
; Hardtop with pewerglido t -highoet
offer. Green 9x12 light
rag. 12 Venetian blind. Balboa
2-6316.
FOR SALE: Complete Cere drill
equipment NX core. Call Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma 3-7124, between 2-JT p.m. ;
' . i hi 1 1, a
FOR 'SALE: I AKC registered
Boxer puppy, 6 weeks, female,
$85. Phone Navy 3732.
FOR SALE. Hi-Fi Revere tape
recorder, model Tit 1 00, like,
new $125. Phone 83-2203.
FOR SALE) Duncan; Phyfe
couch $75, two metal complete
bode $15 each, two metal dress dressers
ers dressers with mirror $5 each, metal
vanity desk $5, mahogany book-
case a. tec Solite, S6-C
-4-
FOR SALEs 1950 Ford 4-door
and 24" RCA Television eat.
Beat offers. Aloe misc.. toys and
household items. 519 Manxanille
St, Ancon, CZ,, .. ;
TBI
NEW
canon
uueeaMSi
Model V
With F 1.2 Lent
at
VI. Balls! ..
ranaani N. Iork
Col4a
LIBERAL
TRADE-INS
on Rny
; USED v
REFRIGERATOR
- ." for our-;
1957 Frigidaire
Refrigerator 1957
- CALL TODAY v j
' BRANCH :
ECONOCAS
' BRANCH
TeL i-tCSS TrveU Ave. lt-?t
wjrh borh garage, omvojr
m btgti cool tocawrv. aH
fa D Ceoojreie. Same
o"ssoif'Jao ggVnMBdj) 9flCdj)
2-0321. efror rHia boors
2-3525.

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Home Articles
'FOR SALE: Gulbransen Studio
piano- $500, refrigerator, fence,:
chairs, radio, dressers, new beds;
miscellaneous" household Hems.
1 539-B, Mango St., off Amador
s Road.Vtfefei.'ix'' 'A
FOR SALE: Bamboo bar 6'x2
.. with hanging bamboo wall back backing,
ing, backing, 3 glass shelves $45. Ams Ams-.
. Ams-. dor 4235.
FOR SALE Modern three-piece
living room set, I baby's crib,:
Phone Panama 3-4387. ;
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Westing Westing-.house.
.house. Westing-.house. 9-foot refrigerator,' excel excel-.
. excel-. -lent condition, new unit,; Phone
Gamboa 438.
FOR SALE: Baby crib, excel excellent
lent excellent condition.' : House 0855-B,
Balboa. C.Z. Phono 2-3177.
n FOR SALE: Bargain ori ac account
count account of trip; bedroom set, ma mail
il mail hegany, five pieces; dining room
set, five pieces, mahogany;' liv liv--
- liv-- ing room overstuffed set, six
pieces. Phono 2-2217.
PERSONALS
WILL COUPLE who bought mar mar-.
. mar-. bla top table Gamboa please
phone Curundu 7196?
Boars & Motors
FOR SALI: 25-hp.' Johnson
outboard meter, completely
overhauled, $250. Home phone
84-5153. office 82-3166.
FOR SALE Auxiliary sloops.
24x6' 5x4. Leaving, must sail.
Call 3-2447 6 p.m..te p.m.
FOR SALEr To tha highest bid bidder,
der, bidder, 2 power (awn mowers. May
be seen at Fort Clayton Officers'
Club, Ft. Clayton, C.2. Call 87 87-9281.
9281. 87-9281. All bids must be fa by
30 June. 4957 v ,,
mm
Panama Lino
pQlllnoo-i;
College Studenti 'rstiirninir rA th
vanai xone lor tna: summer vara.
tion represent the majority of the
133 passengers scheduled to tail
from New York Tusday for Cristo
bal aboard, the, Panama Liner
urcstobai.
Among: the oasseneers are Jo-
sepn M. cooke, Panama Canal
vmgmng y: Engineer, with Mrs.
Cooke and their three .' children:
end Miss Jo- Ann Potter, daughter
uorernor ana uri. w. fi. Fot
ter. : -u-
There are 15 DatsenMra nnnlrMl
for Port-au-Prince: Haiti. ?
The comnleta advance nassnffq
r
Mrs. DolotuW Adams Mills All-
zabeth Barker; Mrs- Gladys Behr Behr-man;
man; Behr-man; Robert Blackmail; Edward
Boak; Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Bor Bor-ger;
ger; Bor-ger; .. Miss Frances Brandl; Mr.
and Mra. Fred H. Brooks; Mra.
Felicia Chen de Chan; Miss EUda
Maria Chan; Miss Ana Teresa
Chan; Miss. Carole F. Chase; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Clasulli and daughter;
Mr. 'and Mrs. James Co nr 07;
Miss Mildred Conroy; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Cooke and three
children; Miss Cynthia, Cowderr:
Mr. and Mrs., Charles K. Cross
snd son; Miss Katherine J. Cross;
Joseph Crowley: Edward J. C'u 1 1-len;
len; 1-len; Mrs. Juamta F. Day; -Miss
Mary M. Day; Mrs. Eunice Del
valle; Miss Peggy A.Donovan) and
Mrs. Richard Duncan and two chil
dren. :
Miss Shirley Eddy; Mrs. Grace
Edmonson; Miss Louise Edmon
son; Miss Evelyn Edwards: Miss
Mary Marjorie Ely; Mr. and Mrs.
John B. farrow snd thre chit
dren; Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Fried
una; suss uertruae usnu; mt
Msaelon A. Garrett; Miss Con
stance A.' Glassburn; Robin L Go
mez; Rodrigo Gonzalez; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph A. Guthrie and three
children; Morris Haran) Sion G.
Hararri; Mr. and Mrs. Robert P.
Hazelhurst, Jr.. and three chil
idren; Edward J. Henrique z, Jr.;
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H e a r y:
Miss Helen Herzberg: Mrs. Jenny
Hicks; William S. Hinkle; Mrs.
Emily Holub; Miss Doris Holub;
Mr and Mra. Uirlwl V TTnw.rH-
iMiss Norma Ann Jenks: Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Johengen;- Miss Anns
L. Johnson; Miss Emilie Jurado;
Gabriel Jurado- Miss Laura Kelly;
and Frank H. Lerchen, r.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. MeeKenzie,
Jr.; Miss Rita Maduro; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles K. Misserly; Mr.
snd Mrs. Waker OJi ter: :
Mrs. Florence OTeil; Miss Shir-j
ley Patterson; Mr. and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Perry; Miss Je Aaa Potter;
Patrick J. lidge; Miss Chatherine
Ridge; Norbert Michael Scbom Scbom-mer;
mer; Scbom-mer; Miss Esperaaza Serrano; Al Alfred
fred Alfred Sieburth; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert J. SikorvkJ and five children;
r. L. Smoot; Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
Snyder; Mrs. Erene Spitzer; Miss
Janet Stockham; Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne L. TTueme: Theodore Vn.
Thieme; Tbimas Thieme; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert V. Wagner: Miss
Louise Wagner; Mr. and Mrs. 8ed 8ed-ford
ford 8ed-ford F. eatberf ord; Normaa U
White; Mr. and Mrs. Maori ee
Wiener; Mr. and Mrs. Rank wa wader
der wader sod son; and Hi. and Mrs.
MiUoa B. Zeiiex. '.

PRECIADO 1 Street No. 13 AGENCIES

SERVICES
The bast dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-'
' air-' conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel. Internacinal "Pla "Pla-,,xa
,,xa "Pla-,,xa S'da Mayo. t
i PANAMA 2-4616 IS, THE
' NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,
, EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERy.
ICE.; Call before 7 p.m. for same
. day service: Local calls $2.50.
Also- radio, : i hi-fi : and j general
electronic repairs.
' BAHIA'S SALOON (Bar Res-
taursnt) -Presents' every night, :'
except Monday two floor shows
at 9:30 and 12:30 a.m. Their
' production "Carnival at the Ba-
hia" is a beautiful show, with
Constantino, Sonla Zuleta, Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Mitre and Two-Gun Smokey.
Regular prices with no Cover ;
charge and air conditioner. Ba- ,j
his's Saloon on Biilboa Avenue, ;
Panama.' ';''''':''y-':;-f'f v-.
' Miscellaneous
. WILL EXCHANGE: 1954 Vin Vincent
cent Vincent motorcycle, (000 .i re recently
cently recently overhauled all parts new,
Preferably 500 cc, 650 ee. or
Harley Davidson last choice. Tel-
. ephono 2-0740, Donado, from, 9
to 12 noon, 2 to 4:30 p.m. .;
'ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
1 DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
The-news, sports, 'variety music
In your house on a RENTED TV
you ca afford. Call 2-2374.
COL. JOSEPH F. ESCVDE h&s
assumed his duties as the-new
PJ3.;Army Caribbean chemical
Officer. Prior to his assign assignment
ment assignment here. Escude served as
; deputy commander of the
Cnemical Corps, Research and
Development Command, Army
Chemical Center. Mr! Thin l
i the second tour pf duty in the
canal zone for the chemical
officers in 1948 and 1847 he
served as liaison officer for the
,San S Jose Project, a research
. project conducted on Ban Jose
v Island, . ..
Curundu Resident :
Refuses To Comment
OirlRepoHed
, : ;' v- v.
' An "American electrician i for
the Army had "no comment" to
make today on a report that he
was held up by a masked bandit
in. the outskirts of Pueblo Nuevo
In Panama Thursday night.
'Carl Faulkner. 43-year-old Cu
rundu resident said today "the
less said the better1 when asked
for his version of the Incident
It was reported that Faulkner
arrived at the Santo Tomas Hos
pital emergency dispensary at
11:43 Din. on Thursday with a
wound In his left hand.
Upon beinr questioned, Faulk
ner told authorities there that
he had been attacked by a
masked bandit who carried a
knife and -forced him to give up
all the money he was carrying.
The exact a meant takes from
the Americas' was got revealed.
Neither were. the circumstanc circumstances
es circumstances which led ap to the armed
attack, which eearred near
the area knows aa Pan de Aim Aim-car
car Aim-car la PaebU Kseve.
V SPARE PARTS
FOR OUTBOARD MOTORS
BENDtrid.
v ELGIN'
Available at
RODEIAG, J.A.
, Ave. Jnste Arosefnesa,
Sas Grrorie Bide.
Tela. 2-4133 J-tlSS

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fr t,

: LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239.. Harnett and
vDunn. -,

u Spanish classes, converHtion,'
4 given by experienced teacher,
j-'Call evenings, Mrs, .Scott, 3 3-"
" 3-" 0782. .' v
; WANTED TO BUY: SmaH see-s
end hand car, in very good con- ? i
dition. Call Panama 3-3034. r j
Domestic Employment
WANTED; Dependable hoGse
keeperij-must.be able to cook, j
8027-C Second St., Margirita,

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COL. DICK: KING (right), transportation officer. f TJ.S. Army
Caribbean, and Mrs. King pose with their son, cadet Lyell E.
King, at a review held for Col. Peter s. peca of Fort Clayton.
Young King arrived in the Canal' Zone1 last Friday morning.
He is a -second classman, at 'the UJ3. Military Academy t
. v .West Point. (U.S. Army Photo)' i

Gold, Smuggling Intrigue Arouse;
Speculation In Brazilian Mystery

RIO DE JANEIRO. June 8 fUP)
Twenty solid gold bars, rumors
of smuggling and political intrigue
and the question 'of ownership of
the gold are the ingredients of a
mystery that has been the talk
of (Brazil foe the past two months.
The gold, whose worth has hot
been estimated officially, was found
April 7. in the wreckage of a back
woods Brazilian airliner that crash
ed on a flight from Bage to Porto
Alegre.- y. '.
All 40 persons aboard were Kill
ed in the crash and the fire that
followed. The wreckage wss so
entangled that' it. was impossible
immediately ; to determine which
passenger had. been carrying the
gold Wars. -.
The police of three nations tack
led the task of trying to determine
tne origin-of the treasure,;
The orobleml now rests in- th
hands: of the Brazilian courts,: and
the gold rests in a safe at the Var Var-ig'
ig' Var-ig' Airlines bffice J in Bage pend pending
ing pending a decision on Us ownership.-
The first theory advanced- by po
lice was that the gold belonged to
one of the international smugglers
that operate along the borders of
Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.
This belief was supported by the
fact that other items found in the
wreckage included ill watches and
13 portable typewriters.
Imported watches and typ writers
are onlp slightly less valuable than
pure gold in Brazil. Police in this
country and' in Uruguay are- still
trying to sort out these items, as
well as the gold bsrs.
Police- in Argentina got into the
act when the newspaper La Ma
riana, : of Montevideo, came up
with the theory that Carlos A. Vie-
giano, the only Argentine-on the
plane, was carrying the gold from
Bage to Rio de Janeiro to finance
the subversive activities otPeron otPeron-ist
ist otPeron-ist -refugees. - v
Ultimately, police decided that
Viggiano -was neither a Peronist

'HIE RAII.'MAKER" FULFILLS f H0MISE
bFEX(iTi;;GFiiiiEiiiERTAi:::;E:iT

The grffplnr stry of a
the ranch girl he teaches to
rsnrr id rvam&rinc nrpsiia
Raio maker," a movi that may
honors. Aerliimed, folioo-jpf it

of the year's treat Tortures, which CTENS OS WLDXtS WLDXtS-DAT
DAT WLDXtS-DAT II AT THE CENTRAL.

FOR SALE: Three-bedroom
house with two baths, livinf
room, dining room, kitchen, two
maids' rooms with bath 6 2000
maters of land In Golf Heiahts. :

r Vot information call from S a.m.
to $ p.m. 3-1141 or 3-3341.
After 5 p,m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE: Two-apartmanl
building, no dealers. Houje No.
103. El Carmen. Phono 3-0759.
.REAL BARGAIN: Only $554
, down payment,.., $28 monthly,
i one-bedroom cement bungalow.
10th St. Rio Abajo. PATTER
SON, 36 East St. No. 15 near
Panama Hospital, 3-1114.-"
Motorcycles"
FOR SALE; Cushman. Eagle
motorscooter, recently overhaul'
ad, $90. Call Navy 3111.
4, F

nor the, owner of the gold, and thatsj
line of Investigation was droppedH

The Bank4 of Brazil denied rum rumors
ors rumors 'Unking it with the mystery
treasure.'-:.; 'i-v'i'- ''i:..
No claimant for the-gold appear appeared
ed appeared for more than a month.. Early;
in May; however, an attorney;
came forward with the claim that
iue aula oeionKeu 10 J acuiio vu-
rrea, who was bringing it in from
Uruguay fori "private reasons."
-In a petition asking that ?t he
gold be turned over to Correa's
heirs, the attornep argued that
the- Brazilian businessman could
not 1 be. considered a smuggler
because no law forbids imports of
rrn 1 W n A u..,(
The peUtibnTjs pending ,in ;
courts. I-?i:.i;'3' ;
the
Airman Cops Wild,
Smashes Florida-
Post Of f ice Lobb)
' TAMPA! Fla.. June 8 flWA
Macdill Air Force Base airman,
apparently berserk from liauor.
was held under $1,500 bond today
on charges of smashins? -tin the
local post office lobby. -,
Harold E.. Bewell. 19: of Poinl
Pleasant, W. Va:, Was charged
with destroying $100 worth of ov
ernment property late Wednesday
night j--- -i i:
He is accused of turning over:
two counters, breaking down 8
glass-encases bulletin board, tear-
ing two telephones com a .wall,
knocking out an inch-thick slsb
of marble, throwing glue into aa
ejectrie fan, tearing down a verv -etian
blind and scattering brokea
glass over the floor,
mh-tsl!f cos wtts and
b e Vsotiful trims Part I-an-
ia m mrnwriBir ii.kai, 1 r it:
well ran off with Urp screes jl
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Canal Playing Vital Role in Industry;
US, Sole Authority Of Isthmian Strip

Iditor'c Not:
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appearing
tha Christian Seianee Manitor
Batten, Ma. W. i. t 1 1 a r,
Gevarner of tha Canai Zona and
praaidant of tha Panama Canal
Company, iva hi viawa btt tha
Canal nd it ralationahip. Thi
it tha firat of favr-Manitor arti arti-clat.
clat. arti-clat. .'
By W, fl POTTIR
With the- fireit forcei for nation
alism, elf-detertninationr and rev revolution
olution revolution taking over the world'
headline in recent years, we a
ly tended to overlook the vital
rola playea ny we ranama vni
m tne worm ana unuea omn in industrial
dustrial industrial complex. ,
Tor moro than 40 year th. ca
nal haa onerated In what once
wai a iuncle peat hole 1 with a
,clean, quiet efficiency that never
ce a sea to amaze visitors.
- A treaty that perhaps is unique
in world history between one of
th world's ereatest powers and
- one of the smallest made the ca ca-'
' ca-' nal possible. Y
Recent world conditions, howev however,
er, however, have turned the spotlight on
the strategic 50-mil-long water water-way
way water-way cut through the heart of Pa Panama
nama Panama and connecting the Pacific
'and Atlantic Oceans,
Returns' toUmelight
Before tha Suez crisis, the Pana Pana-nia
nia Pana-nia Canal bad dropped from the
world's limehght. The exceptions
were occasional headlines involving
the sea-level versus lock-type ca
nal controversy, when an in
crease in shipping tolls was hinted,
,when there was a threatened rock
- slide as in 1954, or an anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary such as last December-. when
the one billionth ton of goods mov moved
ed moved through the canaL
But the Suex crisis focused the
; attention of the world on the Pana Pana-,
, Pana-, ma Canal not to guestion its' o o-'
' o-' Derating efficiency, Jut its legal
atatus. '.
i In short, not because of Its ex-
. emplary service to world shipping
and national defense for four de de-cadet,
cadet, de-cadet, but because ot the aeizure
of a great waterway on the other
' aide of the world, the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal was thrust into the news.
The key question raised, of
' course, was could this happen to
the 'Big Ditch"?
Without attempting to forecast
the course of world events in fu-
tyre decades, my answer would
have to be, "No, this could not
happen to the Panama CanaL
Unique Legal Statu
I say this without equivocation
because nowhere else in the world
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1957

is there an area of land or wa
ter with the same legal status as
the 10-mile-wide strip of land
known as the Canal Zone.
There is a wide misbelief that
the canal is "leased" from Pana Panama
ma Panama for an annual "rental." We
neither lease it nor pay rent for
it.
In the 1903 Convention which
conveyed the use of the Canal
Zone to the United States, there
is used the word 'grant" (not
'.'lease") and the grant is ''in per
petuity."
For this grant, the United
States paid Panama 10 million
dollars outright and established an
annuity of S250.000 a year effec
tive 10 years after ratification.
This annuity has Since been in
creased to l,930,000 annually.
Tne united Mates at tne time
of the 1903 Convention also com
pensated individual landowners in
the Canal Zone for the rights and
titles of their property.
Dual Payment Made
In effect, the United States paid
for the right and also bought the
land..
The 1903 treaty was ratified by
the two governments and has not
been basically altered by subse subsequent
quent subsequent agreements between them.
Thus we see that the Canal
Zone is territory under the juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction of the United States, a ju
risdiction which admittedly has
been modified by subsequent trea treaties,
ties, treaties, and that it can be regarded
aa a possession for puposes of ap applying
plying applying United States statutes.
To clear up any misconceptions,
would like to .discuss further the
treaties between the United States,
and Panama regarding the Canal
Zone. v
Article n of the- 1903 treaty
says, "The Republic of Panama
grants to the United States in per perpetuity
petuity perpetuity th use, occupation, and
control of a tone of land 'and land
under water for the construction,
maintenance, operation sanitation,
and protection of said canaL .ex
tending' to the distance of five
miles on each aide of the center
line of the canal to be construct constructed.
ed. constructed. .
Pul Authority Granted
Under Article HI, "The Republic
of Panama grants to the United
Statea all the rights, power, and
Miguel Corco Named
Stall Assistant
To The Comptroller
Miguel Corco haa been appoint
ed staff assistant to the comptrol
ter effective June 15, ic cording to
a circular issued bp Philip L.
Steers, Jrn comptroller.
I In this new position on the Comp
troller's immediate staff, Corco
will develop special reports and a-
naiyaea related to financial oper
ations, based on his though and
practical knowledge not only of
the accounting system of the pre present
sent present organization but also of the
accounting history of the old Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal enterprises, Mr.
Steers said.
Corco is a native of Olet, Spain.
He served with the United States
srmed forces during the Fi r s t
World War and is a naturalized ci citizen
tizen citizen of the United States. He has
been continuously employed in the
office of the Comptroller, Account Accounting
ing Accounting Division, since June 1919, in
various capacitiea, his most re recent
cent recent assignment being as chief of
the reporting and special analysis
staff.
John E. Fisher haa been design
ated chief of the reporting and spe special
cial special analysis staff, in addition to
nia present duties as assistant chief
accountant.
Lonesome Skipper
I In 30-Foot Ketch
Heading For Zone
HAMILTON, Bermnda, June
(UP)-C f ImK ef Swem Swem-c4t,
c4t, Swem-c4t, MM., who ts tm Mil
ten around the world, eheved
ff rj Bermvde thi wttk In
M 9Mt fcetcfcj FiaWler' Croww
Beaten (hi in aWrmude for
wofrfiM after 12 atay veraf
froM ttw United Stetes. Fretn
here, he sttan ta tail tttrvh tH
Wm( Indie to Panama Canal
and then Wad ecr the Pad Pad-fit
fit Pad-fit e Avtri. -i
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country is ttfe" Abraham Lincoln.

authority within the zone mention
ed and described in Article II of
this agreement increased the an annuity
nuity annuity to $1,930,000. But neither of
these two treaties changed the ba
sic legal status' of the Canal Zone.
1 think it is interesting to note
at thia point that although many
Manama politicians have ssugest ssugest-ed
ed ssugest-ed internationalization of tha ea
nal, the Panamanian Government
never has. And in view of the cla
rity of the existing treaty, I do
not consider it likely t h a t any
sucn suggestion will be made offi
cially.
Difference in Status
I hope I have made it clear
there-is no analogy between the
status of the Panama and Suez
Canals. The' Suez was under pri
vate ownership on a concession
basis with a very definite time
limit.
In addition. Eevnt retained re
versionary rights in th Suez con
cession whereas the grants by Pa Panama
nama Panama to the United States were in
perpetuity.
A number of other Mints were
involved in the, 1930 and 1955 trea-
tiea which I would like to m e n-
tion briefly because they will
have a bearing on future articles.
Under the 1936 treaty, the Unit
ed States aereed to limit the Ex
ercise of its rights in the zone by
defining and limitine those enti
tled to 'conduct private business
enterprises in the zone and those
entitled to purchase aad free-entry
privileges In the 1955 agree
ment, limitations aiso were plac placed
ed placed on the sales of merchandise to
vessels in canal waters. v
These restricions are of consi
derable importance to the x o n
resident since they remove-any a a-bility
bility a-bility to engage in private busi
ness.' They also make ', necessarv
the engaging in such small nor

Bakery Prexy's Giggling Girl
Friend Invokes 5th Amendment

WASHINGTON. June 8 (UP)
Kay Lower, a comely brunette
described as the "girl friend" of
President James O. Cross of the
Bakery Workers Union, refused
to tell Senate racket Investiga Investigators
tors Investigators today how she happened
to show up at union conven conventions.
tions. conventions. Miss Lower, tall in a trim
gray suit and white hat, con conceded
ceded conceded under questioning she
was paid for help in organizing
big Los Angeles bakery chain.
But she invoked the Fifth A A-mendment
mendment A-mendment when asked what
else she did for the union.
Giggling and having trouble
remembering the right phrases
for pleading possible self-incrimination,
she refused to ay
whether she knew Cross or
what she was doing at a string
of Bakery Union conventions
from Miami, Fla., to Portland,
Ore., with stops at way stations
like Ottumwa, Iowa.
Sb av her at La Ae Aetata
tata Aetata but rtmd to ay whether
th eaia paid fcer Still.
Albert Barclay, former office
manager of Bakery Workera' Lo
cal 37 in Los Angeles, testified
earlier that the union paid I7
a week to a uaay orgamzer-
wbo was the "girl friend" of the
union president. Ha identified
her as "Elsie K. Lowers
Barclay said she alio was
given use of one of the unions
cars and was "supposed" to.be
working at organizing but that
he did not know of any work
she did.
The committee produced an
affidavit from- a Los Angeles
jeweler, Stephen Knight, which
said that Kay Lower. purchased
a man's diamond ring from him
and paid the last installment
on it with a $500 check from the
Bakers' Union, - I
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark) said Knight's affidavit
apparently contradicted testi testimony
mony testimony of John D. Nelson, acting
trustee of Local 37. He ordered
a copy of Nelson's testimony
sent to the Justice Department
and said If Nelson was rullty of
perjury he should get Judicial
attention.". j
Miss Lower's appearance cap
ped these other developments:
Uaian vice ii' Ma Krai Krai-ani
ani Krai-ani ejencoo1 be aelvd i 1
OOO t kr a m
I
liaaar" ia
lt year. The ca
way ra ae4 t
. aiaiiii amd wl;n by effi effi-cian
cian effi-cian of Nw Yfc Ucal I.
Albert Barclay of Redorido
Beach, Calif, a former employ

NEWSPAPER

FITS GENTS
mal private enterprise activities
as may be necessary by the Unit
ed States entity operating the ca
nal. -
Trad Coo to Panama
The main effect has been' teH
cause a large amount of trade to
cross into Panama. In future
years this trade will grow with
the good result of lessening 'the
need for 'large activities of "gov "government,
ernment, "government, in business."
Not only did the 1955 treaty in
crease tne annuity to $1,930,000,
but it promised that properties
owned by the United States with within
in within the Republic of Panama, and
valued at 25 million dollars, would
oe u-ansierrea to ranama.
Furthermore, it promised that
we would build a bride which
will cost around 20 : million dol
lars xtvtr the Pacific end of the
canai, and as of Jan. 1 this A year
barred from the zone's commis
saries Panamanian emblovea of
the zone living in Panama, retired
unnea states citizen and non-citizen
zone employes living in Pana
ma, and others.
This has cut th tone's commis
sary business almost 14 million
dollars a year, business which os
tensibly has been taken over by
ranamanian Business establish
ments. v i i
The 1955 treaty also nermitted
ranama to tax its citizens em employed
ployed employed by United States Govern
ment agencies in the zone and na
tionals of third countries employ
ed by such agencies but residing
in ranama. ., ;t. tj. ;:':..,.
Knowledge oflnese baste eon
troll is necessarp1' to understand
not oniy tne way of life in t h e
zone, but also the restrictions on
free enterprise which usually is
inherent in "the demneatie wav nt
iif .... . i
2 f J1" Local 3V charg charged
ed charged that the union maintains a
"goon squad." He said local as assistant
sistant assistant trustee John D. Nelson
and another "goon-squad" mem
b.nc beat up a 14-year-old
boy during a labor dispute,
tK8?? ?,d h5 M tatroduced
??r. KV wer at Portland.
2htr. 6i?.k?ry ?fk meeting
where he was having a drink
with Cross and union vice pres pres-lA"l
lA"l pres-lA"l Oeprge L. Stuart at a
cocktail lounge.
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Ikes Thanks,
Pleases Navy

Search Force
ABOARD U. S. S. SARATOGA
June 8 (UP) President Eisenhow
er extended his "oersonal and nf.
ficial thanks"- yesterday to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic task force that cut shot a
training exercise in his honor to
engage in a real search -and res
cue mission. r ; 1
Speaking from the 60,000 ton
Saratoga just before it : returned
to port, the President congratu
lated the men and officer w h o
took part in the air-sea. search for
two wavy, pilots who were froeeri
to ditch in the 'Atlanic Thursday
nigh a .be neigh i of h.e maneu-
I
- On of th "pilot was f n d
aliv and wall. Th body of the
second wa found several hour
later. Thy wr en reutne
training mission nd wer. not
pert of th xrci witnessed by
the President. i v .'
Cmdf. J. E, Tefft; flying a De Demon'
mon' Demon' jet fighter on a routine train
ing tmssiong from; Jacksonville,
ia., was picked ud by heucooter
after he was spotted floating on a
raft : off the Georgia coast. His
condition was described as "very
good." '. ;
'The body of the second nilot was
found by a Coast Guard, plane Off
the Georgia coast, only about 20
miles from whee he was picked
up. his name was withheld pend
ing notincauon or next of :
Presidential, press i ecretary
James C. Hagerty said Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower was" deeply distressed by the
news and would send a message
to the pilot's next of kin "express
ing bis heartfelt sympathy and
that of the- officers and men -of
the Navy." ,., ,.',:.:-;
Fuel treubl forced down the
two lot. pilot. Sixteen ef the If
warships nggd In th train train-ing
ing train-ing xrclss wr dispatched in
the urgent air and aea rch.; ;
y -' ; V'--'".-; .v-.,'.
The President' expressed his ap
preciation for the curtailed but
''interesting" exercises staged for
him and three cabinet officers
during the overnight cruise,
He extended his special thanks
"to an of you for your many cour
tesies during, these few hours we
have been able to be with you."
Shortly after" bis i farewell from
his headquarters aboard the Sara
toga, the huge carrier returned to
Mayport. Fla., and the President
left for Washington to keep a
speaking engsgement before a Re
publican party gathering.
Ft. Sherman -Roads
Closed Monday AM
For Rocket Firing
On Monday rd In th Canal
Zone wt f 6twn Locks in th
Port Sherman area, to include
th Chagres River, will be clos closed
ed closed to traffic from 7:30 a.m.' to
10:30 a.m.. Headquarters, U. S.
Army Caribbean announced to to-day.
day. to-day. The only read ttiat will be
open durin the period ia S-2 read
between Pert Sherman and Ca-
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The rstrictin I being Imp,
d as a Breutinry sateti
mswr whil tt firing of the
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;. MISS MARTHA HALPHEN AND PETE BUNXH WITH FISH

Attractive young Martha Halphen
of Panama and Pet Buncb of Los
Angeles', Cal., fishing aboard the
Soltura Wednesday with Air. and
Mrs. Ken Middleton, caught what
is believed to b two world's rec record
ord record sailfish within one hour of each
other. The fish were caught' off
Bona Island, about ,25 miles from
Panama City, i i i-Miss
Miss i-Miss Halphen taught a 155 W
lb. sailfish in the 12-lb. class, set
ting a new record for women; She
took on hour and 44 minutes to
land her fish. One hour later Buncb
using the same rod and reel,, land-
eu ma aauusn in fu muiuiea. ;
' Bunch beat the tie record held
by Frank Baxter of Miami and
I. A.' Hershann,' whan h land landed
ed landed a 152Mi lb, sailfish in the
U lb. clas. Prank Baxter, who
frequently fishes in Panama wa water
ter water caught Ma sail in Pinas Bay
in v',E-' i-yi
There are already 10 world's rec
ords held in Panama. If these two
catches are judged records, Pane-
Economy Merger W
Cetilral Airicl
RPr Hexlcclrcrl
MEXICO CITY June S, '(UP)-i
Tonid,- Arellano, president of; the
Mexican industrial Trust, aaia to today
day today the organizatin of a six-nation
Consuls' Association has brought
the Trust's plan for an economic
merger of Mexico, Central Ameri America
ca America and Panama a step nearer real reality.
ity. reality. '
Arellano was elected sn Tionora Tionora-ry
ry Tionora-ry president of the consuls' group
when it was formed Tuesday in
recognition of the Trust's efforts
to-promote, the "Mexcsp" merger.
The following" consuls Wer -let-ted
to regular office In the as association:
sociation: association: Guillermo Barquero, Ni Nicaragua;
caragua; Nicaragua; president; Ricardo Valla Valla-rino,
rino, Valla-rino, Panama, vice president; Ar Armando
mando Armando Costa,. El Salvador, trea treasurer:
surer: treasurer: Enrioue de Leon Lara, Gua
temala, Alejandro Andino, Hondu Honduras,
ras, Honduras, and Victor J.- Monje, CosU
.Rica, directors. .f
The Mexcsp plan call a for a
j Joint banking system V finance in
dustrial ocvetopmen in au acven
j member nations; a customs union;
i a joint merchant marine and the
issue of a common tourist card
good throughout th area.
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3 Civil Defense f
Town site Meets
Listed Next Week
- -
The towns of Rainbow City, Gsm
boa and Santa Crus will bold their
monthly Civil Defense meetinirs
June' 12 and U. Wednesday and
rhurday respectively.
Th ladies of Rainbow City wiS
meet at the School at 0:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Th ladies of Gamboa
will meet at the Civic Center at
8:30 a.m. Thursdsy. Th ladie of
Santa Crus will meet at th Serv Service
ice Service Center at 1:00 p.m. Thursdsy.
All members of the townsitet
Civil Defense Volunteer Corp are
urged to attend. The general pub public
lic public is iarrted,

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m will add only 'one more,, since
Bunch will b knocking one out to
better it' ...-r.C. r
While thi lint used by "the sports
fishermen has not yet been, sent
to th International Game Fish As
sociation to be tested, Middleton,
owner of the Soltura, had it tested
locally and found it under 12 lbs.
If, however," th. I.G.F.A, r u I a
that is over 12 lbs. Marta will still
have world's, record for women in
the 20 lb. class, but Pete Bunch's
catch will be topped by A. Hall's
record with bis 158 pounder
The Panama Rod and Reel Club
which is sponsoring the fifth inter international
national international marlin and sailfish tourn tournament
ament tournament July 15 to Aug. 18, is giv giving
ing giving Miss Halphen and Bunch each
a certificate of catch.
IISII
Mil Be Chrlsf ened
Cliffon T. Dsn! el
NEW VORK". June fUPWThe
two day old erandson of former
President-Truman today held the
name of Clifton Truman DanieL -.-Selection
of the name was an announced
nounced announced last night by the father,
Clifton .Daniel,, a member of the
news staff of th New York Times.
The child, he said, waa named for
his two grandfathers, E. Clifton
Daniel Of Zebulon. N.C.. and the
former. President.
Prodigy Receives
M.D. At Age Of 18
CORDOBA,' Argentina, June g
(UP) An 18 year old nrodiff.
both of, whose parents ar physi physicians,
cians, physicians, received his, M.D. degree
from the university her today.
Dr. Arturo Suarez Navarro fin finished"
ished" finished" his primary schooling when
he was 0, received his high school
diploma-.at 13, and plunged at once
into pre-medical studies.
-vHe has-e acholarshin for ad
vanced cardiology t th Universi University
ty University of Buenos Aires.
Weather Or Not
.
Thi wetrtr report for the
34 hour anding t a.m. today,
sr ptepared 'by fh Mreie Mreie-fical
fical Mreie-fical and Hyoraeraphic Branch
f the Partam Canal Cempanv:
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; WASHINGTON, June 8 (UP J
A House Appropriations subcom
mittee, tanghng anew with Post
master General Arthur; S u m'r 1
merfield. refused today to' eiv
immediate consideration to Presi :
dent1- Eisenhower's request 'fof
$149,500,000 in extra postal funds;
. aummeriieiQ appeareq at a clo.
ed-door subcommittee hearing 'to
testify in support of the iunds,.
which Eisenhower said Mondav are
needed to prevent a cutback in
mail service July 1. But the four.
man subcommittee sent the posU
master general home to eet mora

information. l v

Chairman J. Vaughan Gary; (Di.
Va.) said Summerfield was not
prepared to answer subcommittee
questions on just what reductions
in service he planned in the event'
the extra money was not provid
ed.-Summerfield was ordered to
come back Tuesday with the an answers,
swers, answers, v. V ; i j X
, Va.;"- ,r, tv j "i 1
Th money would be In addl '
tlon te $3,192,000,000 already vot
ed by Congress to run the post J
office in the new fiscal year
' starting July 1. Eisenhower said
In his Monday request te Con- ':
gross that it was needed be because
cause because of a sharp Increase in mail
volume,;' l ; ; -f j s
Summerfield clashed with the
Gary subcommittee earlier thia

year when te requested aft extra '.
4 minion dollars to tide .the Post
Office .Department oyer for the
latter -part of the current fiscal

yeari--j;rH- ?-y
Neither Summerfield norEisen
hower have said just what mail
cutbacks will be ordered if their
new request-is not granted. But
the Post Office Advisory Board, a'
civilian group has said It" .would
be necessary to halt Saturday
mail deliveries, close hundreds of
smalls post offices and teduce th
volume and kino" Of mail handled.
SummerfieldL who came td to a

day's subcommittee session flanks
ed by a dozeji sides' and i a d e n
With- charts and statistics," declin
ed to comment on; the postpone ;

ment. He had barely started pre-
senting his caso when he meetinif
was adjourned.

Gary said SummerfiefoT w
ready to talk only about why he '.
needed- the, extr meny. M ,. ..
said th : postmaster ) gnf t 1
could not y how he would &JJ
fundi already provided if th x ;
tra money was not forthcoming. .
J'The subcommittee is not try ..

ing to be stubborn," Gary s a i A.
"It just wants the facts- I don't
see how you can say the appro appropriation
priation appropriation is inadequate until yoU
know the plan for using it." ,
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