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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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AnnRESrs r.EPUBLICAN GATHERING President Elsenhower, addressing, the clos closing
ing closing setion ol : a 'two-dav Republican Party con ference In Washington late; last week, urged
th! American people "to see to it that the derense budget Is adequate", to maUitaiapeaCe
to tht world 5 m he background was the slogan- for the meeting ,r-...

treasury
In Will 76
WASHINGTON, June- 10 (Up)
A Houe subcommittee held hear-tn.-lav
on a bill that would es-
VnitPii States
tablish
a tuna in in
row iur
the company, told U.o bcvmmit bcvmmit-the
the bcvmmit-the bill would amend a parf
of the Canal Zone code, w B cn
, Sv, the charter charter granted
' company by Congress ltt1948;
The suDComnuuec ""rL.:".
! .1. and s Fisheries
and Fisheries
Mercpani juaiiuo

'.ii)rid to maintain unrf of $10,
! ,000,000 In thf U.S, Treasury,'
' oaintt which it can borrow. How.
, J;.", Whitman tld H r
' fr..t to tho U.$. O ovornmon of
" $24800 por year. In thit f Mfio".
If h novor borrowed agawat
'tftw new bill wovili eliminate in interest
terest interest payments apd.eliminate the
$10,000,000 ceiling, he, said, ,1ms
- would 'give the company authori authority
ty authority to borrow in excess of $10,000,--
000 if. necesary la an Emergen Emergency.'
cy.' Emergency.' ; -;. ::V-t
Whitman eniphasiied that the
' company aeeds "borrowing author author-'
' author-' ity" to enable it to meet emergen emergen-'
' emergen-' cies that arise when Congres is
. not In session, 4i ; v v
Tho bill fa axiwteti to roach
tha Houa floor by tho ond ol
,, this month, JWhitmarv-tolel Unit Unit--
- Unit-- td Press aftor th hearing. Ho
aid ho was confident th bill,
would pass tHo Hout but ha
' said ho was not eptlmiitie a a-bout
bout a-bout its chancac In th Sanato
. The bill also provides for pay

Forncr Gl Gets Tcn-dcy Jdl Tern
Fcr Lcltcrinu In Curiindu Quarters

An ex-GI who now lives in Pa-
eama, but is unemployed -- today
was found 'guilty of loitering -round
the Curunde transit quart quarters,
ers, quarters, and was sentenced in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court to spend the
.next 10 days in jail.
Cbarles R. Voelker, 25 -year
'. eld American, pleaded ruilty to
the charge which was tb out
growth of an incident that occur
red FridiY ihortlv after n o o n.
when he was found in one of the
rooms to the building holding a
camera which did not belong to
v.-
Lona Kewball of Kio Ab a J 0,
caretaker of the Cu rendu tran-
it uarters, testified today thati
ia irk. ramnW, ar fit fh
building, and had never giTen
Vnrlker a room there.
When she first sroited a Hgt-.t en
la the bathroom of room 16, which;
is unoccupied, she said she rarr"-.
a tne floor and Heard a strarr?
wce answer that he'd be r
eut." A aecood rap brought W k
r into view, and she ased t.'T
ht he was do.rg there. Se f :
apparently had ""-e,k- z r---rd
up in a towl. Urr'-S
tn be a camera which s.1 t
c-fendant damped cn th her
yr beiore rururg cut ol t fc t
r--i..'
m id u i-n !y
t tH pKn ca'l --
y f t rt t I r-

Fund

For

Aid Panama Canal

ment of excess' funds bf the vor-
poriation into the U.S. Treasury as
dividends. ;
An- official o the : Government
Accounting Olfice GAO) testified
that if w.'s un'nr for the Canal
Cob)hi v n ve 1o pay rtffnt
on the $10.UO,U0Q fund, especially
i.uice the company has never had
recourse -to it inc,e it: was set
up. t '
Representative M. P Sheehan of
Illinois rejected the GAO official's
argurmfht by saying the taxpayer's
benefitted by the yearly interest
collected from the, Canal Compny.
Sheehan said it would be unwise

Cops Hunt Burglars
Preying onMiWary

',Canal Zone. Police were busy to
day investigating ;two burglaries
on m 1 1,1 1 siry-reservations. The
goods, burglarized totalled several
thousand dollars' which have" oc occurred
curred occurred within a two-week period. i
j '- .'V'-4'V '
1 The' more Tecent one occurred
early Sunday morning when the F.
Kobbe "Officers,'' Open Mess' was
entered, and $1,200 was stolen from
a closed safe'. . '"y -. 7: -.
,'-'!v.. f r .-' ..; .'.'w-'vr;-''
" On My 28, the Naval Post. Ex Exchange
change Exchange at Rodman was broken in into
to into and jewelry and other .merch an-
lie! Whilaat the. to I phono, sh
aid that Voelker pushed tho re receiver
ceiver receiver out of her hand and ran
out of tho building.
The long haired young defend defendant
ant defendant took the stand to testify that
be went to tne tmuding to see a
viewer to use. After speaking with
viewer o use. After speaking with
his friend 'whom he identified
as John Thursday, "he said the
man left for work.
Voelker testified that he went up
to tne imra uoor 10 use me louet. 1
He entered room IS because the
in ... .i.r .n w Tiit i.n I
a camera lying on the bed "out of
curiosity."
lie said he had been drying his
hanrlc with tAivel hnlftina'
te camera when he walked out'?
(of the bathroom and was confront-
ed by the caretaker. ... i
lie admitted that he probabl"
l -uWnt have be a there, but he
to .1 t"e Judre mat u ft felt ie
had d ne something wrong,
he
wvj in't hsve run away.
I c 1 not koock 4he phone out
f vrr ., be today,. "but
I r 1 the receiver buttoe
-ra he bopped a bus and
Panama.
e he knew the clnhhoute
. he said that he 'decided
"i iro to strsiehten out
r. The manager told him
s warrant tt for r
ron Voelker esme!
-ued on page 81 .v 1

"Lei f&e people know the truth end the

" "I Red Vow
Useless
-Dulles

Emergency

to give the Canal Company an un
limited fund from which to bor borrow
row borrow for emergency purposes.
The Illinois Congressman pointed
out that in most raws 'the compa company
ny company rouH come 6 r!'- to Con Con-?
? Con-? emu, ;,ty 1,.. .s wouiu
be aiipropnatcd. '
' Robert Maxwtli of tho Treasu Treasury
ry Treasury Doparjtmonr tostifiad that' as
a businois practice ,"thoro Is no
justification in haying tho Canal
ompany' pay Intorast on t h
fund W has nt wsod to : date.'?
Hewtvor, ho taid Congress had
ms'da th provision and the
'Trasry followed th ruls:
diz worth somewhere 1 itwud
1000 4nd 5flOQ waf Ukea
Police said, today tta some of
the property, from the FX had been
recovered yesterday in Panama
City, and would be-, turned over, to
them later" -today.,f The exact a a-mount
mount a-mount stolen-rom .the exchange
has not yet been ideterlnined al
though post exchange officials be
gan immediately-taking a v com complete
plete complete inventory. Initial figures) ran
to $2,000, but it was believed the
loss may eventually com up to
$5,oog..? Y jtas'rVl. J'?.
. A .: -
.-,.''-"
Detectives said today they had
indications it was. not- "an. inside
job," but probably the work of two
or three men not, employes at the
exchange.- . ;-
-- (' ... '- '.
Screens leading to the-restaurant
area of the exchange had
been cut in an attempt to enter the
retail store. Juke boxes and pin-
ball machines were tampered with.
police said, and the burglars final
ly managed to ret Into the retail
store from the roof to the rear of
the building.
The exchange oficer, Lt.'A. D.
Sartor. who discovered the bur
glary, left today on reassignment
to the States. There is also a new
civilian manager E. Trembly, who
: r t, !,
the. former B1n8fr,
resigned. He also left for the States
this week.
Reesrding the Army burglary at
Ft. Kobbe, a spokesman said to-
Jt A w Dot hnowa how
ouuouig waa ewereo.
." Investig atioa disclosed there
were no doors or windows forced
open. .. .-
The Army said the building was
entered between 12:15 a.m. whea
th club closed, and 8 15 a.m. Sun
day when the club steward opea-
ed tne Duiuung. 1 ne money was
Ukea from a field safe after the
! lock had been broken.
'
. Military police ar stul tsresU-
gsting th case.
No arrests
either esse.
hsve bees Bade ia

5

PANAMA, R P., MONDAY. JUNE 10, 1957

WASHINGTON, Juno 10 (UP)
Secretary of Stat John Foster
Dulles said today that the Unit,
ed States will never d I s a r m m-."merely
."merely m-."merely because of Soviet prom promises"
ises" promises" to behave. v
-Dulles said it '' would be 4 "reck
less folly" for this nation to do
that. -
He 1 said, however, that the unit
ed States is "actively seeking.
through y united Nations ... proce
dures, ways whereby armaments
can be safely reduced."
The task of world disarmament.
Dulles said, "is immensely compli complicated
cated complicated by the fact that it is not
safe for 'us to alter and weaken
the military : dispositions w h i c h
protect us merely because of So
viet promises. There must be de
pendable supervision and control of
alt promises' and procedures to
assure that we may not be -victim
ized by promises that ''are illuso
ry"'' , -,' A
. Dulles told tho eommlrtee that
Russian leaders have constantly
propagandised the world about
peace and disarmament. V-
"tBut we do not yet know wheth whether
er whether they are in fact willing to ac accept
cept accept the safeguards and procedures
which will make disarmament safe
for the free nations and make, it
prudent to base- peace more on
disarmament and less on deter deter-ent
ent deter-ent and defensive strength and co cohesion."
hesion." cohesion."
He said the United States can nev never
er never forppf that international Com-
."Ui.'s'n Ins seaed by force or l!ie
l.ireat ol. force nearly 20 nd.ions
with populations of about' 900 mil
lion people.; He said these nations
were seized before creation of the
free world's mutualsecurity and
- He Said Russia's record "shows
what folly it would .be for us to a
gree to dismantle our common
defense system in reuanee on un unsupervised
supervised unsupervised Soviet promises.
Ltire Of Commy
Spells Downfall :
Of R. P, Youth 7j
' An affinity : for hanging a-
round commissaries in the Canal
Zone was responsible today for
Panamanian youth being aent
10 ine Baiooa jau to serve a 15-
Lday jail sentence.
r M.r a 1 x A
t iwi ecem io iiaTc trauaicrieu
your base of operations from La
Boca to Paraiso," said Balboa,
Magistrate John E. Deming to
day, after he found Nelson A-
rango guilty of loitering in front
kf the Paraiso Commissary. 'X
. Tbe li-year-old defendant
was warned In January te stay
away from the commlasarfea
. eince he had no purchase priv priv-lleges.
lleges. priv-lleges. At that time he waa
lined and given m suspended
jail sentence en condition that
he stay away, bat two months
later he appeared again before
the Magistrate,- and his sea-;
tence waa revoked. H served
15. days.' "1 r'-'- -7 ''; .'-s-t
Th youth, who was barefoot barefooted
ed barefooted and wore a ragged shirt in
court today, pleaded not guilty
to the charge--and claimed-he
"didn't go la or, buy anything
there. .'....'. ..
Said the Judge: "Didn't I tell
you to stay away from the. com
missaries?' Deming remarked
that he disliked sentencing the
boy In the absence of his par parents,
ents, parents, but Ar&ngo, who spoke
broken English aald his parents
milit nnt nnuthlv anneae un
father is blind, he said, and his
mother works all day.
At first the defendant said ne'
went to Paraiso to visit his god
mother. A witness,' 'who sald shr.
was the mother of Arango's god godmother,
mother, godmother, testified that her
daughter lives in Chilibre and
does sometimes come to Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso to visit her. But she disclaim disclaimed
ed disclaimed any knowledge of the fccy's
visit last Friday afternoon, v
At eee point te the testimo testimony
ny testimony she yelled eat: "Liar, yen
are aet telling the truth at
all!" She referred te the
yeeth's story that she
eat kins to parcbaee
Items ha the commissary.
Walking away from the witness
stand she kept repeating to
Spanish "Mentira. mentlra, un un-Ul
Ul un-Ul the clerk of the court had to
caution her to rt'isia from makj
leg remark.' . :"

ternary U e'

tfry t Abrehem Lincoln. f

CI Flags At Half-Mast
Will Honor Wilson Crdbfc

As a mark of official respect to
the late Wilson H., Crook, flags on
public buildings and floating ? e
quipment of the Canal Company
have been ordered by the Govern
or to be flown at half mast on
Wednesday, the, day of the funer funeral
al funeral k -"j t
i (Old timer on the Isthmus,
could not remember when this
mark of respect was ever shown
before to a deceased Company
Government, official.) ' .'
Funeral services for Mr. Crook,
whose death occurred late yester
day afternoon at Gorgas Hospital,
will he held at 4 p.m. Wednesday
at the Balboa Union Church.
The services will be conducted by
the Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, pastor of
the church.. Interment will be at
Corozal Cemetery,
' Mr. Crook, Director of the Sup-!
ply and Employe Service '.Bureau
of the Panama Canal:. Company,
died at 5:45 p.nw in Gorgas Hospi
tal where, he had been a patient
suice jay He, was s years 01a.
Mr. Crook suffered .cerebral
hemorrhage at his home pi .At;
mador Road, Balboa,' the morn morning
ing morning of May 29. He was taken to,
Gorgas Hospital1 and although he
was considered, as being sri;
eurly III since, his admission,
held his wn vnfil Sunday after-
noon when his condition sudden suddenly
ly suddenly became worse. -i
I f t f t r J
One. of the most-widely -known
of the Canal organization's top
echelon.. Mr. Crook was a familiar
figure on both sides of the- Isth
mus. He was fmnnely intejre .'-ed
i &11 Piitises ol community acivi.
ies especially those having to do
LwTlt! ?fm?:.?th,t,,I
United States and Latin. American
communities. .Not long" before he
became ill,, he was 'honored at a
ceremony at Rainbow City where
his organization had made a build
ing available for the use of the
InternationaL Boy Scouts. v
i Among his msny contributions to
community me in the. Canal zone,
one of the most notable was the
summer1 recreation program, s He
was largely wsmrmentai for. the
successful launching of this : pro
gram several years ago and work
ed untiringly on the'progrsm when
it wss. being organized and in its
early .stages, v v. '-: ;'
A native of Yazoo City, Misslp-
pi, he never lost his native Deep
South accent in the 28 years of his
isthmian residence. He came here
in the early part of 1929 and work worked
ed worked briefly as a mail clerk on the
Panama Railroad before he join joined
ed joined the Commissary Division as a
cierK., '-." .'w! ? : '. --
fie worked his way up through
various posts In that division
and hv145 was mad 'Assistant
Supervisor of t h o Commissary Commissary-Division's
Division's Commissary-Division's retail stares. 1
' Four years lster be was-transferred
to the Then "Division of
Clubhouser as Assistant Director.
He was appointed Director .of
Clubhouses in 1949 and headed that
division until June, 1954, when' be
was made jjirector of tne Commu
nity Services Bureau.. ; J
Since March. 1956. when that
Bureau was consolidated with the
Supply Bureau, he had headed the
combined operations as Director!
of the Supply and Employ Serv Service.
ice. Service. Bureau. f: .. ; V.V
I UT W1B LMh yC.I 111 UUil Ul Uia
W. .V. mmm .. -1. -, VI.
time and extort pas been spent on
icit: Acts In

Airecf In Fisherman Trial

o
Pointing out that most peoplt
go to the Mud Flats area of Oav
il&n Road tar "t'lifdt acttvlttea "i

Balboa Magistrate John K. Dem-'i.ed. ., .. ,,
ting today refused to accept the! This morning, a policeman

excuse or a lunermaa wno a-: a.
he toad gone there "on a mis-

iios. ... .uil Bp
According to the defendant.! t
Cosmaa C Price. 4J-ye.r-c:d He told th Judge that the ar

Panamanian, his "mis." ion" was
to answer the call of raUire. lie
oleaded not tuilty to a charge ef
vagrancy, but was fined $5 by
the Judge who told Price: "Yc-.-r
excuse 4or being there is net suf-
fldent- -- -
' The bearded fUhfro-aa was
oticed areeed the area en
May'ti A Cal 7ne p'!r.
. man wbe aaw him kepi ra'.f
foe Price te eome '-'. set
defeedaet beat mn-i-f i-t
.the snd flats, end f;" 'y eTer
te the Panama side.
Two Ouare a Ns'::-M X''.'.' X''.'.'-men
men X''.'.'-men asked the Z"'" r-j

&rfcom Xincoln

I
7vY ;,
" ',k K -i ; (i v.'J-i. ;
WILSON CROOK? :
problems connected with the re
duction of the Bureau's operations
bebausa of the Treaty provisions
which withdrew privilege (torn
(Continued on rage a.
THE PULSE :
OF PANAMA
ACCORt)INO'to Paul Arani
rr-ie- 01 u.e r ire J
r.t.
h is!
expected, to pasa througlb Pan
ama with a dangerous cargo of
8,000 pounds of dynamite 5 dees
not fulfill all of the safety pre4
cautions necessary to prevent;an
explosion. It will not. be given
permission to land" at Tocumen.
. The plane will be en route, to
La Paz. Bolivia, from St. Peters
burgh, Florida AC A Airlines j-e-
auested permission for it. to land
at Tocumen. Arango raid if the
proper, precautions are not .ta
ken., he would recommend a re
routing of the plane to land, at
Rio Hato instead or at Tocumen.
The clean-up. campaign Jor
Operation Chorrillo Is in full
swing. A meeting between Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian officials and members
of several i VS. agencies was
held today, in the Mayor's -,lOf
fie In fnrmnlet nlana tnr :th
operation. Jt la believed that 15
trucks from DACA Will be used
to. help in f mopping -'-ap the
dirty sector of the ttity ,-f
Persons -who cut down trees'
from now on. Without getting
official permission from the
Mayor's office, will be subject to
tines ol 1200. It was announced,
The drastic measure was taken
in view of many- complaints filed
IA the Mayor's faff Ice against .the
illegal cutting down, of trees, in
the city, A committee from the
Mayor's Office Is. also consulting
with gardeners at Summit to get
Information too what tvr of
trees are most suitable for
planting in the city. Several civic
group nave atso votea to coop
-i . .
erate wltn the committee in
helping to beautify Panama.
MU(d Flats i
'
ed that he was looking for the
fugitive they also tried to appre-
hend him but Prio Tial alreadv
stated, price came into tne sia
tion voluntarily end gave hlm-
resting cfjicer "had It against
me, sr-d called the officer a
"msVante .- hat- the policeman
t-..,' 1 tiat he could tiave
arr" J the defendant oa many
occ s
iwsrr.
tut let him off with a
i ta suy away from the
lare
htm asked by th Jadge
t e rae away freea the po--n,
the- flsberaaae ae
J: n tbeeght It best te
A ef bis way."
"
1
1 the Judge asked: "Do
j out ef his way by going
-stetL'y te the place
h you've bees told to

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Fmgertm

T rouble Is
Ivor Ileitis i

WASHINGTONJune.lOCUP) President 'Eisen.
hpwer is suffering from dn upset stomach' and. was fsre-r
ed to cancel all engagements today. L (
Eisenhower vomited three or: four times during the
nighty according to White House press secretary Jarrfes
C Hagerty. but was feeling more comfortable thinnorn-

The PrPcirfpnf hne hoar.

yation of the White House physician Maf..Gena Howard
McC. Snyder, since 10:20 p.rn last night. ,

Col. Thomas E. Mattingly, heart
specialist from Waiter Keed Army
Medical Center went to the White
House tnis morning and tested tne
President by electrocardiograph
"purely for precautionary purpos purposes."
es." purposes." .-
Hagerty said the President's con
dition apparently resulted from
something he. ate. '. i
There was no indication that the
"digestive upset is related in any,
way'! to Eisenhower'a 135U ileitis

operation or us mw awi ,!., m valuation of listed shares to to-Hagerty
Hagerty to-Hagerty said.- c T' r pay on news of President r- ri-

fiui.k Imii ,aciiy
ne year n
the -day after ,hi
ileitis opera-
. ., After Teporters ndticed that
'scheduled presidential, visitors
were eome on to the President's of
fice by the front entrance but lev-.
ing through! other exits wis morn
ing Hagerty cauea tne newsmen
to his pffice shortly after 10- a.m.
and made this announcement; ";
The President had an upset sto stomach
mach stomach early this .morning appar apparently
ently apparently caused by something he ate.
which disagreed with him.
, Dr. Snyder recommended, that
th President remain in oed.
,i"The president's temperature is
nnrm at as is his blood 1 pressure
Electrocardiograph tracings show
un chaneea trom tne many mat
have been made since ms recovery
frm Me heart attack.-' j .-'
f "There Is ao indication that this
rfiffeative unset Is related m any
way to the President's recent o-
Deration or to mi nei--
Heurtematte Calls
At US Statevbept;
LtIwaSHTNGTOI,: Juhe' lO (UPA
Mx Heurtematte, Minister of tov
emment and Justice, for Panama,
paid a courtesr call today on Un Under
der Under Secretary of State. Christian
t i He vVs accompanied Tarta-
maniaa Ambassador Ricaroo a-
rias.-- ...A;,.,3St:.l
The minister csme nere over
the'weok end to meet his son.
Msx, Jr., who has just nnisneu
school, and take him back to Pa
nama."; v i t i- -f

JLniii-"'ii' awnsw 'e''e'satasaapaaaj ' 'refc
W KtW TOBK. TO SEE THtTlt -GRAXDCTfTLD Jorr r
PresHent Harry s. Truman answers newsmen a ques.iors
Mrs. Truman looks on after their arrival Ij. New York ta
their daughter, Margaret, and her re born bsby b-y.

center is Mart aret'e husband. Clifton Daruei. ie
be sa-ned CUtoa.. Truman Daniel, r

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StpcksDrop
$iyBillibn
NEW YORK," June 10 (UP)
stocks lost more-than $1 billion
. nnwer'i t inea
15 minutes. v V .., t
, It was -the sharpest drop since
Feb. 11.; The 1 market, made its
1957 lows on Feb, 12 and has
been rising almost steadily since.
Ili- opened, higher today and ad
vanced further in the first half
hour. v
.t. One-half hour after the open.
Ing,: the major groups showed
gains ranging to more than $3 a
share.; ., ;.;
A few minutes after .traders
heard ithe Eisenhower bulletin
the market turned down abrupt
ly, tosses extended to more than
$4 a share in Amerada oil, a re
cent strong- spot. : f ""-..'
International Business Ma Machines
chines Machines in the -hlghrpricecL group
fell$5.50;,M1- -;
Sun-PofefcdHzfr
WASHINGTON,' June' lft (UPi (UPi-The
The (UPi-The Army said today it may soon
have a helmet radio that will run
for a year merely by being exroa
ed to sunlight.
The Kghtweight transmitter -snd
eAAitiirA im KaatntT 1aciamaH mt f ha
U.S Army Signal Engineerlni? La Laboratories
boratories Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, N.
J, The (Army j said experiments
show that solar battenes, wich
convert hght into electricity, can
powtr the tiny helmet-housed ra-
Tne cry cells now; useu in mm
helmet rsdio last less, than a day
when ia continuous use. ,
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ONLY THE YOUNG WERE DISGRUNTLED

. 4 una. In rpnlv tn "DlSSaDOinted G.I.".

, i i patient in Oorgas tor a major operation, a year ago
imo During the timi I m had
rter my oDcraUon, I honestly don't believe I could have had

r'SSriSTiS fSno hpTuf elsewhere

i y-xi i ... hntnhi. nnlninn. imnnsslble.

I uf After my operaUon, I waVat time'sln pain and definitely not
' freeable. I waTfar from being an ideal patient at that particular
Se. despite aU that, believe me, I received first class treatment

i T Thflkdy who had the night duty most of this time, treated

ers of her own family. In my particular case I wore one of those
Ightgowns that go on front ways back. This very ingenious gar gar-wnt
wnt gar-wnt had tb be changed several times during the night, and is
iob usually left to the wardboys. The nurse on night duty was

lght there, eacn time, maKing aura umi mu we VuuiV, tio,
ottles and,' yards of plastic tubing, not to mention the needles,
wra all In place. When you are sick enough to have a strange
idy pull off one of those contraptions and not give a hoot, be-
Uva ma Yniotnr vnii'ra 1rlr

f,ln my ward at this time were at least 18 service men, first

Wee graders ana youngsters jusi in irom uie oum. iu wuj
Isgruntled group were the youngsters with minor ailments.
: ; On one of my previous visits to Oorgas, there was a Pfc In
ay ward who suffered from some kind of rash, which tended to
fet worse whenever acids were consumed. On two occasions to

ly knowledge, when the run naa ciearea up, ana ne was aue ror
Eschars, he drank several Klasses of orange juice. I believe m

he venacmar tms is cauea "uoia BncKing.-

; I'm sure U "Dissapointed o.i." had been really sick nis story
rould have been different
To the wardboys, nurses, Interns and doctors of Gorgas Hos Hos-Ul
Ul Hos-Ul thanks again.
j Very Contented Patient.
JOIN THE DROP DEAD CLUB

I Tlrd of living? Obey these rules!
I 1, Go to the office evenings, Saturdays, Sundays and holi-

days. Your job comes first, personal considerations are
secondary. 5
2. Take the briefcase home evenings and weekends!. You can

i review au uie utmoies ana worries at your leisure.
I. Never say no accept all invitations to meetings, banquets,

; commiuees etcetera. r
i 4.- If you hold night meetings, be on the lob earlv next morn.

; tag. This Impresses the boss. Tomorrow night is another

i -. meeung.
vjf .Dont eat restful, relaxing meals always plan a confer

Half a Column.
More Or Less
Now and Then

Imagine That! Whistle-Stopping Already!"

-ence for the meal hour, prsh.aut ndrab a quickie..

nru xiwmav nunung, goiii

i fcowlini". hilliArda. mU an4

.: t '"""'I wm a wmuo 01 umo ana money.
71. Helieye its poor policy to take all of the vacation allowed

. vcep m ioucn wim ins oince dally. X r s
. Never delegate: tesponslbllity to others carry ;the entire
. Josvd jrourself at all times, 'c s N S
' ?ii TTt ,or trv"n. "ork all day and drive
k next morning's appointments.
, 10. Above all, after your customers have gone to bed, get
! -.rft "Port nd orders in the mall to the home office.
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By CREDI CALHOUN

GRINGOS MARCH FOR
RED CROSS

The time of arrival of the good

ship Lisholt at Balboa from Lot

Angeles next Thursday will deter

mine whether I march In the Red

Cross Parade. Dona Mercedes G

de la Guardia, whose husband has

"boteiia" in the "Palacio de las

Cams," has Invited the Ameri
can Society of the Republic of Pa

nama to march. An invitation from

the First Lady of Panama is the

equivalent' of a command ner

tormance, ,i c 1

President T. E. Oele&bv of the

American Society has passed the
invitation m to the other members

or .the society including the writer,
He! says that All of the Board mem'

bets who can do so will participate
and "I would like to urge you s
a member also to take part in this

parade if you can conveniently do

soi lor as you well know, the Red

cross nus a vital neea in ue com

munity. : -. ,$-

The Red Cross does lust that and

the need it great. Here is a chari

ty I that does not ask Questions a

bout race or religion or oolitic

before extending help. I already

nave a nice little collection of fled

Cross tags and if marching will

neip, I'll oo that too. although, na

turally, I'll probably be out of

siep, i

''If you can conveniently do ao."

is me ruD, as the Sefiora is re

turning from a visit with old Can
al Zone friends in California,

Charles and Belmina Lee, (Charles
was Panama Railroad and. ; well
known to merchants' snd other

shippers in Panama) The P h 1 1

Lupfers, Meade Boltons, the Miss

es rrost. Sara and Leslie Hersh

et'ai Also CoU; George Goethals,

mja, ano xaaie Booth, iauo ex

PRR, who left here so long ago not

many rememDer tnem.
But, if the Lisholt arrives about
the time that the members of the
American Society are eollecflnff in

the Parque Belisario Porras a-

round 9 a.m., I wont be there. If

tne benora had to come home a a-loneLin.
loneLin. a-loneLin. UH from the shipj well,
Id better have lunch and dinner
down town. I've watched many

parades in Panama and I'll be dis disappointed
appointed disappointed if I miss the chsnce to
march in this one. Most likely
some onlookers with rioe om.

toes and eggs in their pockets will

InfklifpfttjUialMiM illinmiwniiL

WASHINGTON 1 he nation re-1 -i,:,r, j f -: -v,.. tat.

cenuv macea wream on i c i

es of heroes who fought for freedom.

Out near Joliet. there Is a back

stop for a baseball diamond. Oncejmswoman from Brooklyn roJe.

lit was a monument to tnose wno

l l

i van v s i
mo.e. I, a shn
eJ i-p ; e &tan s v

"cd for
J ami walk-

t .: Con-

Walter Winchell In Mew York

died for freedom. Once WendeU

Willkie. candidate for J President,

dedicated it. Millions of Americans

acclaimed it. News reels and news

I papers featured it.

It was a monument to 173 izecns

murdered by- Hitler.

They had rebeued lor freedom

In J942, shortly after Pearl Har

bor, the people in the little Czech
village of Lidice had given shelter

to other Czechs who had killed

Relnhard Heydrich, the l Gestapo

deputy chief, the hangman of Nazi-

occupied Czechoslovakia. ,

in revenge, every man in the

village of Lidice was rounded up
by Hitler's SS Elite Corps. There
were 173 of them. Troop s u r r-rnunrfed
rnunrfed r-rnunrfed tha villair rnt nff all

roads, and then moved In. women

and children were puea into trucks

ana cartea on : to concentration

camns.. "Educational Institutions.

the Nazis called them. The 173

men were lined up before a wall

and shot.

The village of Lidice was wiped

out.

The free world revolted against

(that massacre. In America, the

late Gael Sullivan proposed nam

ling a. new housing development

near Joliet, IlL. "Lidice." WendeU

Willkie. who came to dedicate it,

said:

"This is a symbol of freedom we

have sworn to remember."

Franklin Roosevelt i telegraphed

from the White Housed ;

"On h June ; 30 the Nazi govern

ment announced the murder of a

word Lidice ... In the United
States we have adopted that word.
The name and town Lidice now be

comes an everlasting -reminder, .
of human freedom.,r

(But the other dav a Czech re

fugee, Charles Bunan, who sur

csvsxfr.iNT J:irr:Ti$Ts
Government scientists trtj-

to circulate a petition against con continued
tinued continued H-bomb tests suddenly
iounci their constitutional right 'of
free petition yanked from under
them at the national institutes of

xxciiiu mat wtcii.

About naif oi the scienti

medical experts at the Health In Institutes,
stitutes, Institutes, a government

liethesda, Md.. had signed. Ih iw.

tition when suddenly Ur. r'rancis
Arnold, a dentist working with the
Institute of Dental Research, sciz-
ed it. He refused to return t.h f

tition on the ground that was Do Doing
ing Doing circulated on Eovernment nm.

pei-ty and on government time.
This trovfd a terrific back back-atg
atg back-atg forort t tha Health In In-atifott,
atifott, In-atifott, where many Institutes.,
whtra many ,scintisf j have sn
how Strontium J5 in H bomb
fall out increases leukemia and
other forms of cancar. Many doc doctors
tors doctors also fait strongly regarding
tha Eisenhower pot.tion taken
last fall against Adlai Steven,
son's proposal to ban H bomb'
,,t if Russia would agree,
ur. Arnold was not available tnr

comment. Hnwvar rtr t,.. a

onannon. directnr rf tha M.U...1 :.; i

wealth Institutes, confirmed the
fact that the petition had; been
confiscated by Dr. ; Arnold I a n f
that it had not been returned, i.e
said he had suDDorted Dr imnU'.

confiscation ot the petition be because
cause because government scientist? should
not be allowed to circulate a poli poli-Ucal
Ucal poli-Ucal petition.
Asked whether scientists lost the
power of engaging in polities mere mere-ly.
ly. mere-ly. because they worked for the
government. Dr. Shannon rtr.tH

somewhat. He said he was in I

delicate position, but that he wou'd

THI BROADWAY LIGHTS

Deal Arnaz, at the Colony, ; re

vealed that Ford will pay him and
Lucy $2,500,000 for only S one-hour

TV filmed shows next FalL JJa-

Silu Productions is now Eastman

Kodak's No. 1 buyer of film. .
Harry Belafonte documents his dis

dain for caiypso on his new long

playing platter by not including a-

ny of those that made mm wealth
ier. The. highlight of his reper-

:. lm lak .. ..-1. KtlL.J mU.

S w.n'S., .i 7 .? rayLSaints Come Marching in". .Ob
S?"1 dmire". r in-erv,tion while 1 e w 1 a g; -Gun

every one oi ll
Add you, if yoi
AienSs. can, join
ssitbe partus.

stance.

. I hone that other Mmiun t

the American Society are not on
the same spot that I am and that

every one ot them will be there.

you meet the require-

in ine society as well

tr to -ZlSjr -tr- e ei Heavenly" f which started! en

ls&. SK Shoestring; of ,onlyj IOO); w 11 1

55.''. exclusive ef U

'"Gun

Fight at O.K. Corral": When Kirk
DOuglas starts : cughing to does

th audience. .There's a special
telephone line backstage at "The
Ziecfeld Follies? lust .for the

itage-doorman te.a nnounee visitors

to write a book about Eugene O' O'Neillsince
Neillsince O'Neillsince it might violate pri private
vate private confidences. .About a dozen

biogs about the playwright are

being written, .In the credits for
the screen version of "Hatful of
Rain" author Mike Gazzo is now
Michael' Vincents Gazzo. i ;Count
Basie will feature "HRH Boogie"
at the Waldorf's Starlight Roof.

He wrote it for Princess Marga Margaret
ret Margaret after she broke royal tradition
by sitting through two of his shows
in Londom .''Will Success Spoil
Rock Hunter?" (on Broadway)

lampooned H'wood. The movie
version twits TV. .Eddie Can

tor's biogrsphy, "Tske My Life,"
includes a glowing testimonial to
Al olson. The author confesses

Olson was his idol, v 'When Cvri

wjnaruse dances witn Astau-e in

filmed 11 years ago.

vived Hitler snd escapes the Com

munists. went to Lidice. 111. That.-eturn the petition to th iu.t.

Errol word had been stamped ion the.tf they agreed to circulate it only

Flvnn'a atand-in fnr nnrk' mn- minds and hearts of freedom -lov

vie, "The Sun Also Rises' (film- in Czechs. They remembered the
ed in Mexico, is Pancho Villa's Hitler massacre. They remember remember-son.
son. remember-son. .Since the French failed to 100 Pledge of Willkie and Roose-
U. i l .1. Wolta, "on nlBKlatinM aMminln t

WU1 U1V (UP priZC Vl mO f lllU WWs.bj; iVUllUUCJ. WA
Festival),' they are claiming the fredmC;j;. wit V:ri'Zi
U.S. winner, "Friendly P s r s u a- But m Lidice, 111., he found that
sion." aa their own fin tha m. reminder serving as a baseball

that director Wm. Wyler was born bacitstop. Around its base were
and educated in France. Silly not wreaths, but cigarette butts

And the youngsters who stenoed

up to bat had no idea that a lew
feet away stood a monument to

17a heroes heroes who were shot

eypsy Rose Lee's new book.

UVDsy." made tha r a n n fl a a

Broadway producers before publi-

fo Lady PeeHBei LillieK ."S)m-L"Silk Stockings' she': wesrs low

neeiea shoes. y.t:-:- v.

Ooerge Cobol

cation with -no takers. After the
sugary reviews aha unn'rf tha

price to $100,000. . .The cancella cancellation
tion cancellation of Arlene Francis "Horn"

f.ro"ni was the 56th pink-slip of

win v ll"''' r -atone, of the J.
Walter ThOm ncKn lit asanau t.

the author ot hhoit parodiei of' hit
songsyou hear in the Ford com-

merciais.- tie recenUy wrote hit

Bocas del Toro, Colon and the Ter Territory
ritory Territory of the Ban Bias. And here

ui run:
1' mA Bot ceivlng siiy sala salary
ry salary from the Sovornmant nf tha tr

"te! I States, the Panama Canal, or
the Panama Railroad Company,
except as ststed below:
(b) Reserve officer not on active
duty, retired members nf tha ....

ernm.nt larvlaa .i..ji .. .?

uikiuuiug vreureo
Panama Railroad employes,' and
members of the Diplomate and
Consular Service."
v. T' you wtnt now the
object, here it Is: ,

ball be to kooe alive amongst
eyr members the patriotic spirit
of eur country the United
S,.- to fester
friendly rotations between Pane.
m,?" end Amarleans, end re
aaals tn dovolo-ing the common
jlal end cultural relations be.
twoen the two peoples; and to
remote acquaintanceship a a-monf
monf a-monf st eur mombors.
But tha imrvM-tanf- kt- i avi.

, r HUUH 111 ml.
instance ,1s to get in tier, -sud
help The Pgnsma Red, Cross.

worawyou march or not. It would

w we a you aia DOU.

; Holcles Inlcramericanos, S. A.
I ,Th aharehoWera of Hoteles Interamerlcanos, 8. A.
Are hereby rotifiad that Special Meeting of share-1
holder will be held at 8:00 pjm Thursday, June 20,
;19S7 it the Waahlncton Scton, at the El Panama';
I Hatel sftuated at No. 111 Via Espaia. Panama City,
Panama In order ta approve or reject a resolution
avtharblne; tha Board ef Directors te execute a eon-;
; tract teaeinf tha properties at tha company.
Panama City, Panama, June t, 1957. w
; ; K0BERT0 DSEXMANN, :
President.

; pay
I JUNE I

Both produce by Stella-H o4 1,
who Is white. .E. Fisher's re

cording of '.'Did You Close Your

Eyta,", :. (from "New Girl In

Town") is the best thing that's
hsppened to Eddie since Debbie.
i '
Whan Vict., Kama tirmt lanital

b the U.S. fronKth Old Country

he wss broke. He returns from a a-broad
broad a-broad again July t-rone of the
richest men in show business. He
has bookings for. 12 months gua

ranteeing a million dollars. .The
highest paid performer in show-

ms history probably is Sinatra. He
will gross about IS million over
the next S years, they ssy. .The
leading femme roles in two musi musical
cal musical hits were created by the same
actress yesre ago. Psuline Lord.
She .starred in ".'Anna Christie"
(now 'Most Haony Fella"). .

Brando's quoter, "If there sre 200

wlir ke werklni tV! Vi Uon? h

w v u' i aias recorded, viria.

inwi. IV ,IWI 9 imm Ifimi' wnmn
he's ever worked In the past. De

spite tne fate ef many c o m l.c s,

( - - w utivn-
Last d ft fAOArHevV "JmwtJ

Ity's disk-jockey poll reports it i s

oi3 on the list already.? .Mau-

whe sufterod frn ,"ever i'chatMsHHreiS ...i0n
sure-. ; .The y.un, actr...... 7n 'flJS'''-"Maay

the Shakesperean summer -stock Barrmor7fnin.H u w
troupe are already copying Kam-'ed".0" fr?inellft fif0 h i1
atine Hepburn's rehaaTsa I clothes. iSv ifi!n Ji.?.utiul wo"-

White ducks and man's white

shirt. ..Kate will star In two of

the Bard'a playa. .Sam Leveno'a lnuZ L
eorformance a. a sports editor ta.Ye 5!o ultlT 1h'7 J.1
out

flold-MeCoy atatut-TV has been I J 1."!?' 't, m,tr
HallwwaaJ'a .!.. ....... On. .Music fflM II tkl

iminyva l"'n SW Bj W

stars, writers and directors,

Ihai.SlMuiar' (lnn. 1 .. B..IJ,

sono-atvl rHi at Cafti Sahbra. !fQ, ,n tdie, while the

' When' Celeste Helm, the Cotillion v...,

Room star, auditioned for "Okla- li k'Y TLZL V."?"'. Pr

of In. i..vi : pr.Tion (a
.fV: leoklno agency), rum. aw.. v.4

The Now York crowd back from

Ma
doing

season
ITS o"

-w rock end ro.I1 rVbe, l,
FulK ,n,mpr,J"!t' Many 5 of them are
'M, composed i tho ,tudi, while h.

' letngor is rendering the a 1 1 e g e d
ion fflt !"

.mmr KocKwoii, Proa..

so that youngsters far away in an

other country could play baseball

in ireeaom. ? i .
BROOKLYNITI DIDN'T DOD6I
Congresswomsn Edna Kelly (D..

N.Y.) had an unpublicized brush

with Russia's Peputy Foreign Min

ister Mixoyan me ether nay while
both happened1 to be staying at the

Amnassaoor iurantx Hotel in vien

Mri. Kelly was in Austria stu

dying : the Hungarian r a f u g e e

nroDiem. Mixoyan had been sent
by the Kremlin to. woo .theAus .theAus-trians.
trians. .theAus-trians. k'

One evening, Mrs. Kelly step

ped into the h 0 1 e I'g telephone
booth sized elevator Just at Mi Mi-koyan's
koyan's Mi-koyan's party arrived,, The hotel
Wl t fTAt AkAt sreiB kaf. sA7jtrk.oe

beckoned to Mrs. Kelly to vacate
the elevator snd make room for
the Soviet big shot, v -, ;

Airs. Kelly firmly stood 'her

ground.

I'm Sorry! I'm sorry!" 1 h a the Senate restoring cuts

said. Then turning to the elevator by 'the House.

m their homes and not. on govern
ment property.
Dr. Shannon did not mention' the
Eisenhower-Stevenson rfht. 1...

fall regarding the banning of H-

r WASHINGTON PIPELINB'
Disarmament nemHatm- n iu

Stassen has full authority to limit,
but not abolish. H 1 hnmh t..

President Eisenhower instructed
Stassen to" meet the Russians half -way.
on the problem of curbing
nuclear tests... The American' Em-
bassy has reported that rnmmn.

nist Chief Khrushchev is now in '

iuu comroi or tne Kremlin. He suf-
fCrCd a setback after the Hungarian

revolution, but the Embassy
claims. Khrushchev has restored

nimseu as nussia'S backsttge dic dictator
tator dictator White House Aide Gabriel
Hague, fewho wrote some o( the
President's budget speeches, tried
them out in advance on his own
audiences. The material that went
over in his speeches he late-,; in.

corporated into 'the President's
speeches...Ike has complained pri privately
vately privately that his real trouble with
Congress is caused bv the 22nd

mendment. which Umits Presidents
to 6nly two ternis ...Senate Leader
Lyndon Johnson has urged Senate
conferees to fight for tha hlr.

possible budget cuts in ironing out V
differences with the House. He told
them privately that the voters are
demanding, budget cuts and ; the
Senate should share the -- credit ;

for. them. He is .tired, be, said, of

mad

. Chairman ef
"?.,it-i0ri- rd. -Devg alrbanka. wKa

homa!" it followed 4 years,

tensive singing lessons.

filing composer Richard

richer In Britain, (with pe a.

conctttiena irt movie r thai,
new ewna e factar kaM

tDreme CrlMe Ceerge JeaniNf.ianUc life is crowded with heart-i DonT bV7.V23
then is. different. He announces I aches. .."Interlude'! is a re-make LrTtSZl aE.i,kt 8I

tin. eiquire ) that he spurned offers of "When Tomorrow -Co m e l'jerahlp,' ot several bvsTnoaea

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tary. Grant fwha

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i'mt ta to tltlaof a new
t';.wrdoln,ge originated
with -ticket broker Gee. Solotaire
--and was popularixed la eoly eoly-raycry:
raycry: eoly-raycry: The IdenUty
of "Mag Edwards," co-author of
( George Abbott's new production,
rTee Many Doctor-.- It la actual actual-ly
ly actual-ly the nom de plume used by a
New York medico. .A blind men men-lf
lf men-lf "V rtrT food voice pa patrols
trols patrols Shubert Alley a lot of the
time (during intermission) and

in.s uie runes from "Belli Are
Ringing". ,Budd Schulberg's pre preference
ference preference for EU WaUaeh to appear
JRr n'f "wUat Make, Sammy
Run?" (as we noted) was blue blue-pencil'd
pencil'd blue-pencil'd by United Artists.
When Oscsr Hawmertroln, II
oegaa his career 0 years age
this 1 monthas asst stage mjT.
of "You're la Love"-be had to

I'nwnise ma namesake nncle that
he Wouldn't try to m-ita a 1

tor one year. (Relatiyes!). .N.
talla Daryll, the girt who had bar
head sfaayed te win a role in the
movie. "Girt ta the Kremlin," u
in town. She -.- a ..

Jolsen is renowsH toB bit, -Mara-my,'
Is now published by I differ different
ent different Cms. The widows ef the writ writer
er writer (Walter Donaldson and Joe
Yeuni) placed the renewals with
competitors. .Her friends wonder
What Aarv Plrkar'a h a V a' J

mks ef bar enote: "Mirnir
nrtjs a besutiful friendship.- He's
a rreochmao-a TV writer. Xw Xw-rectwo:
rectwo: Xw-rectwo: When -Ne Tims Tor fcer-

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2-Voiced Vivian

BUR K. PHILLIPS of Boy Scout Troop 16, Fort Kobbe,- and
? Nancy Griffin of Girl Scout Troop 19, also from Fort Kobbe,
present Col. Frank D. Miller, commanding officer of the 20th
' Infantrv Regiment,' with complimentary tickets to the dance
, i to be held at the American Legion Hall at Fort1 Amador' June1
' f 29; Thd ball is sponsored by the Pacific side Fourth1 of July
' 1 Celebration Committee. (U.S. Army Photo)

British Laborite
Reported Planning
' Visit To Moscow.
XONDON.'June 10 (UP) Aneu Aneu-,.rin
,.rin Aneu-,.rin 'Bevan( probable British for for-'
' for-' eign secretary in any Labour Par-
ty government, is expected to vi vi-'
' vi-' tut Poland and Russia in Septem

ber, the Sunday .Times saia to
day :v

, Sevan was not available for

' comment,',

" The Sunday Times -said Beyan
and his. wife, Miss Jennie Lee, M.
P., were invited to Moscow by So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and
" Communist Party Secretary Nikita
' Khrushchev The report said.; the
Bevans were- also likely to visit
' Polish Communist Party Secretary

: Wladyslaw Goniulka in Warsaw,
Ernjliana Webster4
Funeral Service
Set For Tomorrow.
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' Services -for Mrs. Emilina'Web Emilina'Web-ater,
ater, Emilina'Web-ater, who died 'Saturday,1 will be
' held at 2:30 w.nM tomorrow at

' the s Christian1 (Mission Gtrachapali

Church un. t24th' Street? Interment-
will be' at. 4 p.m.,-at Pueblo Nue-
She- is-, survived by; tWo dautfh-

ters, VioletWilliamsand D a 1 1 y

Five Teenagers Die:
Vh:n Speeding Car
Ccronix Info Ravine

MCKEESPORT. Pa, June-8-

(UP) Five teenage-boys were

here after m 1 d me r t 1 when

their speeding automobile left' a
highway; caromed off a tree and

hurtled them 75 feet into a ravine

Two other boys were seriously

injured. s r
The accident occurred on a

narrow,? winding road in suburban

White Oak, about 10 miles south south-est
est south-est of Pittsburgh, ,"',
Killed were twin, brothers Wil William
liam William and JEarl Forman, IS; James
Beswick; 15; Joseph Johns, 15 and
James Ginther, 16F all of East 31c-

KeesportK Pa, j

In. serious condition at MacKees-

port Hospital with multiple iniu-l

nes were Clifford. Wessel, 18, the

driver of the car; and C h a r 1 e s
King.x 15, also from. East, McKees-

port, k i'ii" tvij-..fci 1 1

Police quoted v.Wessej as sayim

mat a speeamg autonjooue i na
forced his ca; off the- road. V

By DICK KLEINEFt

NEW YORK (NEA) About a

year and a half ago, operatic so

prano Vivian Delia Chiesa- was

singing a concert m St. Louis

When it came time for an en

core, insteaa of doing one of the

usual classical things,-' she r sang

the current pop hit, "Hey, There,"

' "I was chagrined," she recalls.
"I got a bigger hand for that than

anything else I'd sung.' And after

all the work I'd put in on the o o-pera
pera o-pera arias, too."
This started the wheels turning,
and they're still spinning. Only
now they're records her records.
Pop. f

She's billed as vvivienne on

her pop record' debut, a song call
ed "Haunted Heart'.' on a ; new
label, VIP. in which she's a part-

ner. If you've heard it, you may

oe surprisea to- learn mat Vivian
Delia Chiesa, a soprano, is -t h e
real ViVienne, who sings in a rich

and mellow contralto. J
"1 have two voice," she say.
"Originally, as a girl in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, : I sang in this, low v 0 i c'e.
Then, when I started taking
sons, I ; developod tho soprano.
I won a contest jn Chicago' and
tho priio was;: my on r a d I
show. That was as a'., soprano..
Thoy hoard my pop vole and,
wanted mo fo do i pop show,
too.' But I was just a punk kid;
I wanted opera an dopora only."'

She sot her wislu She sang for

many yeay with top opera com

panies, and was a long-time raaio

favorite. But she still like to sing

pop songs, which was the' reason

for the St., Louis encore.
She'll continue to be Vivian Del-

la Chiesa, operatic soprano, as

welli :as ViVinne. pop contralto.

The two names are used -because
she feels jier real name On a pop

la Del, m;?ht 'scare the public."
And there's also the very real
possibility that disc jockies might
not be able to pronounce it and

therefore not play it.-

; So ViVienne is here to stay. It's

a nice change irom Jblvis.- :

n

. Pat Boone

Delia Chiesa

t-f '-'r f A -i i

Hinds three-sons, Ernest, 'James
and Kenneth -TVebsterr 3. antl "iunf

grandchildren.' s But tney didn't always, m a ke

Tod Heath, England's most po

pular) band leader who's getting

more and more popular here. too.

has this to, sas about band lead leaders
ers leaders who augment their, groups
when-' they make records:

"We record with the same 17

men. we-always, use in person. I
think augmenting a. band for rec records
ords records or using echo chambers or
anything unusual like that is
cheating.. People who go to see
you in a concert hall should be a a-ble
ble a-ble to hear a song exactly as it
is on a record.''-v ,-v

Jig' secondary source of in

come for. recording artists espe

cially groupsis4tha.sing"wgem4

menai. t ine jvieno-L.arKs 1 are i a

case in point they've made up tor

$20,000 on a single ingie. Th e
mora, it's, played,, the .morto they

that much. They started out in the

jungle, business when they were
broke. The first one they did was

ror a meat packer in Albany, N.
Y. and they were paid off with a

Lyears supply of cold cuts. jf r

And that, as it haDDens. is. a lot

ot Doiogna, . v 4

v- Pat Boon oivos some of the

credit for his booming career to
Teresa (Brewer- who probably

uoesnt even Know, aoout it. a i ..

t, Aoout six years ago, Pat saw

a film short featuring Teresa sing-

lng "uio Man Mose and "Music,

Music, Music," And he" said to

himself, 'If a kid like that can

do it,; so cad L s

"Presto, a star is born, (Presto

loos six years, or course.;

DICK'S PICKS: If there's Mife

in the calypso trend yet, Harry
Belafonte should have -a big hit
in "Cocoanut W 0 m a n" (RCA).

Otfters; "Ring My PhoneT (Tom'

my Sands, Capitol); i ''Almost

Eighteen" (Robert Wagner. Liber-

tp); "The Girl with .the Golden

Braids"1 (Perry Como, RCA)
"The Gypsy In My Soul1' (Dean

Jones, ,MGM); "Fool's Errand"
(Dolores 'Gray.'. Capitol); 'N w

Verve) "Swing Pretty Mama'1

(The Flairs. Antler):- "A Fallen

Star'' (Jimmy N e w m a n, Dot);
"Warm and Tender" (Lerov

Homes, MGM), --

Britain's Guided Missile 'Seaslug'c
Will Cope With Enemy At Any Height

The ship to-air guided missile

known; as "Seaslug," which has

been developed for the British

Navy, is able to engage enemy

oombers "at any height at which

modern aircraft are capable of-o-perating."'
r This was announced today when
the Admiralty released further de details
tails details of the weapon.. It was stated
that this is the medium range wea

pon of which the' House of Com Commons
mons Commons was informed in the recent
Naval Estimates debate. ;

v" Its duty Is to engage bombers
which ovado fighter defenses of

th Fleet. Targets are dotoctod
by long rang radar and subse subsequently
quently subsequently plotted for range, height
and. bearing. Propulsion consists
of a 'motor .and four boosts, the
latter being jettisoned after the
missile .reaches supersonic
spods. t" ( t

Following proving tests In Wales

and r Woomers in Australian Sea-

siug nas Deen tired at sea since
the Navy's v guided weaDons shio

H.M.S. Girdle Ness was commis

sioned last July-"The vast maior-

ny 01 tne iirings nas been success-

from positions within a ship with

out any men needing to be in ex exposed
posed exposed places. It needs a far small'
er crew for firing than is in, the
conventional gun turret in a maj major
or major Warship. A large number of of

ficers and men, however, are en

gaged in maintenance and prepar preparation
ation preparation for firing. The missiles are

fired from a triple-launcher, which

is automatically led from a ma magazine
gazine magazine below decks.
' The Seaslug will first be fitted in
the four guided weapon destroyers
already ordered by the Admiral-

ful,"- states the Admiralty.

seasiug is operated and 1

fired

"Sticks and Strings In Hi '-' Fi'

(Vik)i Buddy Breeman and 'his

orchestra play hits from "Funny
Face" and other Gershwin tunes
(Verve); lush strings at work on
"Magic- Violins"- featuring Helmut
Zacharias and his grouo (Deccal-

Dick Hyman does wonders with
his organ and a rhythm accompa accompaniment
niment accompaniment on "Red Sails In the Sun

set (MGM).

Excellent new classical avmnhn,

nio releases Beecham and the

iioyal Philharmonie play Sibelius'
Symphony No. 7. plus his Pelleas

et Melisande and The Oceanides
(Angel)' Malko and: the Philhar-

moma Orchestra play Prokofieff'a

Symphonies Nos. 1 (Classical) and

7 (RCA); Mitropoulos ? and i t h e

rnunarmonic-aympnony ot Wew
York play Vaughan Williams' in interesting
teresting interesting Symphony No. 4 in F F-Minor
Minor F-Minor (Columbia). 1

Pleasant Instrumental albums

for pleasant spring 1 evenings J
Marty Gold makes lovely music

witn violins guitars, xylophones,
marimbas and" vibraphones on

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I SOROPTIMISTS AT LUNCHEON Members of the Soroptimlsis Club are shown at a luncheon'
eld recently at "La Hacienda" In the Las Cumbres. .rem left io rlfrt are1 Mrs. Edith
t Dentsch. Mrs. Ckulta Wrirht,Mlss Mabel Schneider, Mrs. Gloria Etedara, Mrs. ShKey Smith,
- I Mrs. Mary Coleman, Mrs. Lynn Wheeler, Mrs. Venle Hull, Miss Rosita Palaelos, Mrs. Otllla. Te- 5
Jelra, Mrs. Emily Price, Mrs. Audrey E. KUne, Miss Bea Simonis, Mlsa Zoralda Brandso, Mrs.
! Adelaide Elscnmann, Mrs. Berta Moscote. "r' frw y -rVtWi.

tival of Flowers held recently at the Arts and Scienqe Build Build-tog
tog Build-tog in Bella Vista is this arrangement of driftwood and wood-
. ..'i1 3 m HAiiAa .Vw T n nun tn M m .11...

MEETINGS

t CARDENAS RIVER GARDEN CLUB WILL HONOR
j MRS. LOUIS HEATH AX DINNER TOMORROW1 NIGHT :
Tho Cardenas RlTer Garden Club will hold a dinner party
I party tomorrow evening at Morgan's Gardens, Miraf lores, In
I honor of Mrs. Louis Heath, wife of the Chief of Staff Carib Carib-I
I Carib-I bean Command, who will soon be leaving the Isthmus.
Mrs; Heath has been president of the Garden Club for

Dinner will be servea Drompuy i i i tom.

limner win nrj KfTCU uiusuuvu b s v i ?wv au7 aiiiuviia

if aw Avitiri anil lhp frleni1 from S o'Hnnk

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; Mrs. Aqwilino Boyd
f Will Be Honored
I At Tea
The ladies of the Diplomatic
i Corps will give a tea at the Union

! honor of Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife Great Britain, Dr. Roberto Arias

of the Minister of Foreign Rela

tions.

Ambassador To Britain
Hero For Visit

The Ambassador of Panama to

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UJiilll

the name that

meart5 tfte most in ffi75 or mere
MEN'S JEWEtRY, BELTS AND WAllETS

has arrived in Panama frXon-

oon jor a visit.

Colombian 'Ambassador
Enraln At UnUn rink

The Ambassdor of Colombia in
Panama, Dr. Raul H. Barrios and
Mri. Barrint jntrtainri at itiniur

last evening at the Union Club- in

nunor oi mo juaguirate oi tne su supreme
preme supreme Court "of Justice of Colom-
nia. Tr AlhArtA Tall as raniniu

and the Attorney General, of Co-

luuiuia aua jura, rineros wno are
visiting in Panama. -'Guests includ-

eu Kuvernmeni owaau ana mem
bers of the Diplomatic Corps.

Mr. Morton Lowin
Recolvos Follewshla 'jt
From Princeton f
ilff. Mnrtnn TjbvIii' .0raliiilaA

from Princeton University today

("rrvinH cut inm im nnnnn in

ence. He was awafded a thru

year jeuowsmp in electronics en-
ffln..rl.rt at rl will A.U. LI. a

"""B, auu wui juir jgrcp
uato work at Princeton.
Mr Uwht was- the first soldier
in rnmnW th TJSIT il.irtim.

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peso course nere wnue no was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ft. Clayton for two

years.
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i ne li narnea io me lormer Su Su-kl
kl Su-kl Altman,. whose parent live in
El Cangrejo. i-r
The couple may eome here for
a short visit durinct the month nf

August I

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Spanish; Refugee

Cellist Recovers
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(roni Heart Spell

"SAN JUAN P. R. Jiinn 10 IXTP

i Pablo Casals,' Spanish refugee
cellist-who suffered a heart at

tack: hero April 16,' has recovered
Sufficiently to take hriof nrallra nH

practice on the oiano and cello, i

i. was Buaouacea loaav.

ilr.- Jose Passatarnna thai rt.l t .

year-Old musician's nhnainian nijU L

Casals is weU enough to strdU for Meets Wadndav

iv minutes a dav alnno tha haaoh mu. ..

outside his ho,.:fi;"i r.n.'??01 .?

'lowad to .mr mSTrT fhTJk. .T?5fSera..lnAP,1f'

.n- ,v-Wu av.au.ua a p uje Quarry Heights Officers' Club.
DianO. J. Thnu nnahl. t mitA ... -.1.

Passalacou. eatimat 1 1, t t one;

wfll take inothir ka ' f"58: K.?9

hi natian WTZZZ M.ZZ V-0? Mrs. W

h-.n'. rrooacsr W-3H7.

-w wtiai j uiluiMUUJI, UO BUU61'

ea.eigni weess ago. .-.

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Each netlea for huluaiaii lm thai

column (hould ba tubmittt d M
typa-writtao form and mailed
tha has mumiKm iuJ J.ll

.Bllf .n ,v7
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hsnd to the offica. Notices at
' Meetings cannot be accepted by
talaphena. :.y;:;r.:r-:. S

Percentage of Cane. ',

- Editor's Note: In a series of
by-lined articles, appearing in
the Christian Science Mntror of
Boston, Mass., W. E. Potter,
Governor of the Canal Zone, and
president of the Panama Canal
company, gives his views on the
Canal and its relationships. This
is the third of four Monitor art!-'-..
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. By W. E. POTTER
Since the first chin tranefi In

iwi, ue Jfanama Canal has ploy ployed
ed ployed A trulv siffnifirant mk h flu

maustnai growth of the United
Statesv.?,:
- Without thi watarwav whlK L

a tribute to America's engineering
genius, the markets and mat.

rials of the East Coast of South
America would not be economics -ly
available to the West Coast of
the 'United Stafaa AnA thm,

I the West. Coast of South America

likewise wnuM

ly available to our eastern indus

trial complex.

it may not ue generally reahz-

ToJay, it h t' i wnIJ's lanrest

corrcr iii'"0i t r. A- !, r to the
&UC4 cn.sis, ou i.. ; .ii exceeded

ed but our trans with I. a tin A

- -1 j untune
ica exceeds that of any t h e r liave nseu from tve to 49 timet

uauv witu ov per ceui oiiiin'ir j;iewHr icvti.

our imports coming from our
irienvj south of the border.

11 is impossiDie to estimate how

We of tile canl r'i rit lafiv

that ail. or even a r .?wr nnr.mn

of these items so v.. 1 to our so-

many Hundreds of factories would, curity ana uiuis:' ';U l i Laces tran

uuacu uu now many nunareos sn jne ranama Cin;.i
nf IniHtlaiul. 1 .. V I tt . L ....

Ot tnoUSanda Of wnrk-ara

come unemploped if some of the

on
be

essential materials we depend

irom iaun America were to

cut ou xrom us.
, Drastic as the effects of the
closing of the Sues were on Eng England
land England end Prance, they could be
more than duplicated In the U U-nited
nited U-nited States if the Panama Canal
wore to close.

Before World War II, the United

But thil we can av: nani A.

merican inc'.'; ry uts in o n o
form or am,; r the varied ..
santial materiafs v!Lh pass
tnrough the canal.' .;.;,.-;
We are well aware that another
world -war nr Iuitp-kita iirrii-aemn

could shrink canai UdLic to a
trickle, lint it in -niiunv nhvmui-

I sincerely believe, that a long e

is oi peace anu prosperity,-auca
as we now are witnessing, could

States WAS a net exnorter nf rnn. within tno nnvt i voai .,.ii

vcr ana cruue ou.

Methodists Vote To Let Negro

Churches Join In Conferences

e) r

LAKETJVNT1 Fta Jim. in TroUtfc .'s At.--

-7 rii IT .., ,, X v f" i'cisiu gurerujug uuuv, it na
L.. Tha IrlAiHrl. UAhnitl .nl.w l.i i i .

i J, .iuvu vwuu -i aireauy oeen approvea oy tne gen-

ence has approved bp a' vote: of

dot-M a proposal tnat regional con conferences
ferences conferences be, allowed to accept Ne Negro
gro Negro churches into their jurisdic-

uons. -i-v.'.v-v.; :

SmriA. lieleffataa in tha HWh -n.

nil a 1 innfarn..A flnoftriKnJ ,k a

posal as a means of preventing in-

icsiauou in courcn congregauons
because it in effect: iriva "atatac

rights" to each conference.,'

w Hivswiaaw) TV H AA Jfa0WV
with little debate, was posed as

leral conference.

Those opposing "the proposal
argued that I twould eventually
load to integration en the con.
gregation level. Supporter claim
od it would, go S long way -toward
easing pressure for church
integration by allowing those
conferences that- wish to. accept
Negro churches, L

iit ici(Uri iro ariArinnnff tha ann

Iference, which opened with th e

I Cyprus Government

Of Greek Mayors

NICOSIA. June 10 riTPI The

Cyprus Government today accused
Greek Cvnrint ntavnr with ,m.

doninff and defenriinv anti.nritich

lerrorism on toe island as a poll
tical weannn. i.

In a statement issued in reply to

tne mayors' statement that tha

terrorism is" only the exaspera

tion of Greek Cypriotv who hsve
lost patience 'the government said

it denlored the mavnra' attitiula

lin .failinff tA rlannunna tarrnricta

aal 'rA...... TT-j: i i: .t.i-1

into a man's private office, it is attitude will be condemned by ma-1

kuiu icuua am f 1 1 1 1 in nataw an ir itii i viAnnia k a anH .-l.

her, and to rise again whel she opinio;abroad;,aid the state-

v t vd arm uiau uiav usnisk. sir mn rnanr v

busv 'or too imnnrtnnt fnF siihl Tha j riJ

M ' r -" f tun uw:iuru aisu UVllltSU-. Hi'

lormauty, IegaUons that Harding wants to

. ., A whitewash any of his off leers
But a eentlemart never innnharraA ih ill

mint A- liui lmfiM4.nt 4a U I I -i

. iivwm m auuw Djjc-'ers, saying ji u contrary io tne

with little debate, was posed as 37 Xi -.pr!r WJW
!an amendment to the naUooal read?1 ew pastoral assign assign-church
church assign-church constitution. It must a be- 'V'lif 'V'''": ;
raified by a two thirds vote of TheRer. George A. Poster of

raified by a two thirds vote of

itbe conferences plus a two thirds

vote of th Central Jurisdiction,

OYcrioaoed Circuit

Causes 3 Children

To Burn To Death

CHIHAOn. Jime 10 fTTPThra

young children burned to death to

ners iu an apartment lire apparent

ly causen nv an overloaded elertrl.

leal .circuit.- ul ':)' ..

. The victims. P a ul E d.w a r d

Yates., 12. and his brother. Loins

:wayr-. 10, ana mcnara Le, s,

jof the family's second floor apart

ment on t-nicago s norm side.

V.'' .A,

WHEN

' af.'.l-:!a a.-.-).. v'

a woman visitor comes

Fort Lauderdale a Mured tha Aa

eearea that. Kfethnrliat vAiith

camns would not b affected hv

adoption of the : amendment "In
anv Wav imleiea : thai ranfaranoa

accepts Negro churches.
Prior to the. 'vote. Hichnit Jnhn

Branscomb said, "In my opinion
this amendment is worthp of our
most careful and most: Christian
consideration and 1 wmiM lib tnr

i us io jooK at it prayerfully." ;

King's Clothes

At Variance

At Gala Banquet

AMMAN. Jordan, June 10 i"UP

Younff Kin HnaAnln nf TrJ..

last night feted King aud of Sau-
Hi Arahia it'. ..no.

. Jtnorner son. Knmm zn. tiimntnwnera wnne oinner iartt nf th

fronr a window and suffered a pos- west brushed shoolders with flow-

. ... i f i inif aMf a witu. .u .

- n- Si'
Burroughs service never runs dr))
Peak business machine efficiency year in and year
out is assured with the Burroughs Service Agreement
Machines are inspected irgularly by hfgUy trained f
technicians to guarantee continuous, smocrth-runnirjg
operation. For the details .

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cigarettes

-FILTER I )S- y V

.a.-

- FINER

f

sible hrnkea baek

LTh-flame were diamvarwt liw

tne anouier, Mrs. Birgie Yates, 37,
who awakened her hmbtnrt

Charles, 40. They tried to Jresch

tne young cnuaren out were .driv

en Dace Dy tne names. v ;

mine outer lajniues' .were routed
AS. s.k ..O ' T

by the blaze.

I he'll v- '-v
be proud

:

n si nAvnRi 'M

LA --s?

' KING SIZE

1 1 Wop

TOO!

JUNE 16th

rather'a Day Gtfta
, from Felix's are that
' Nice, Choose yov Gift
for Dad from tha Hogc,
Attractive assortment at
Felix B.M:f:ro
' MAIN STORK ONLY
Ne. Zl-N Central Ave.
Fhone 2-1772

linif White robes of the F..t

I iat .Jordan king, host to Baud
on a state visit that atarra v.

terdav. wnera a aatra

wnne snarsssm cunner jacket with

goiaen epaulettes showing his rank
as the. armv's commander in

chief Sail inn th taHii...tl

L " a- w -utk.ull.J
I white robes of an Arab monarch.
Fireworks lit the sky and music"
by an Arsb Legion Band plaved in
an aloovo while tha kinoa Veatari

in nusseiu s paiace.

AW . tA gnatitt Mint in
deodornnts bring yon

. Slide Dec!reat

Ils wore eeoaoaalealt Tie
handy cwtrtt ease givea yon
more deodorant for tow
;..lt's easy to too op to the
vary and. Wita ona quick stroke
ODO-RO-NO wipee away
pleasant odor end check pertpi pertpi-ratioa
ratioa pertpi-ratioa all day Try ODO-ROiO
la the eiecagt new swiyaj case
...as aaAdy aa year lipstick.

ODO-RO'DO

si

Wilbtoa1uW

.enjoy their
rich full flavor

vnnvconuy.

: BY AN ENTIRIIY

. NEW PKCCESS!

the canal's fraf'in.

1-ast feceraoer, we saw -the bit
lionth ton of earfn trarxnl tha nu

ll A i. That mum i-arvn umnht . I

enough, loaded freight cars to en

cu-cie tne earm seven times al tne

equator. 1 ' - . r

particularly significant,
think, is that one-third et t h,r
canal's billion tons of cargo has'
passed througn the waterway
since the close of tne war.. .,
And

vvU j A SIWUV VTtaT-.
tairai Of all tnniiaa tia ehinnai

from, or was destined for. United

ptates ports.

Martling as these statistics aire,
at the moment tnere is noend
in sight as to the erowth nnihiii.

ties, iasi year tne amount ot car-'
go shipped through the waterway
rose to an au-Ume high of root
than 45 millinn tons' In M arfh.

au' previous recoras ior- tratiio
through the 'waterway were bro
sea wuen eu8 ocean-going' cumniejr
cial vessels transiteu the canaL

iwo-imios or mo feioi ton nag
in the Atlantic to Pacific move
menr in tne oosiwar acu an.

been composed of 10 commwi.

ties' f

'iney are mineral Oils, coal and

COAe. itUil auu fcmtil lilai.iliai-.Ti. -.'.

pnosphates, soyoeans and Soybean

prouuets, sugai', sulphur,- paper

ana paper products, cement and -ammouiuui
compounds.

vt tonnage muvins m the oddo-

silo lurecwuii, vu pvr cent w 4 s
tompnsea 01 10 : commodities -ore,
'luuioti-, imneiiii oii,; wueat,
sugar, nitrate ol soda, canned

luoua, Dananas, various" metais,

ana refrigerated cargo.
MairthJ. bacauso Of new' mining':
finds id Chile and Peru, ore ton;.
ue passing Miougn tno canal
has sorpSssed the tiva million.
ton average tor tne past rnree
years..,"'.,.;. -sv h, t
, '", '..' ...".,' .- "k
The monumental ernhnmlp . nn. :

pulation, ana poliUcaixnangeS now

unaer way urougn tne world
made estimates aoout tha canal S

luture nusiness crowin nazarnnns.

to lay the least. ; : l jiy
1 But just a sew facts, I feel, jus-i
tlfy my belief tnat luture business
uu-ousji tiaa,. canal mav ho ewn

greater than the rosiest estimates.

- lauw mciuue tne surruig econo economic
mic economic changes taking place in the
many Aiaun-Americaii natiuns

nations with which we .- conduct

most of our foreign traue, mucn of
which transits the canala.

And. aii'hlai maaS alaniflranl at :

all, th onor a I popwlstion
growth figures by a two-io on
ratio. .".....-.
Sharinr and keeninff nara with

this great growth, 1 lorecast, will
Ka flsAa IinikJkii Xi D t4 rwi im

Iplement that makes it possible will
oe 1U vital waterway, tne ana-i
ma CanaL . -.
ia tna final ArtlI I ariU ttaena

the question of canal tolls and tho tho-probiem
probiem tho-probiem ot cadal capacity whictt :.
ia beins! challenffed hv torlav'a an.

persizeu esrgp carriers ana tank
ers. -

Princess Anne ;
Wears Mother's

Made-Over 'Dresses

liONDON- Juna in Tmv'lri.

cess Anna has revaataH tk. un.a

------ ...1
of the Royal sewing bag.:

ine six year old Princess wai
comDlimented on ana M

CS. The TOUnr Prlnceaa rmnKmA

th dress was not new that it

was cw nown xrom one of her moth mother's.
er's. mother's. :: .'.-.....
A London niwtn.ti.. v e..'

7 t -r-K- .J'c oiup.
dsy Dispatch published pieturea
of the Princess and Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Showinf them in tha

outfit. t. .,
I Tbe aewspaper said this lanot
tmusnaL It said that nearly all
Princess Anne's summer dressei
this year ar iii ii .. .i-.u

es the Queen wore on her Nigerian
toor.
It rerjorted (hat .1 .a

Princess Margaret's clothes it

raaae over ior litue Anne.

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Calais Caa. tttttm ad la,ls
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Social a,J OtL

erwide

Miss Gertrude Sarko
Brings Friend
rere For Visit
iliis GprtrnfiB Serto. former stu

dent of -Criiitoial 1: :h S.scool,

whose Barents are Air. and Airs,

G. Serko of Colon arrived Satur

day from CULA with a girl friend
AIiss Judv I,.mtzer of Ecuador.

'Mis fcinizpn will stay cu the

- Isthmus for about a week.
:,Mis Jayne Truckenport
1$ Chol-an Freshman
-r Queen At RP University .

Truckenport, ex-

change student from Buffalo New

York was chosen iresnman yueeu

at the University of Panama.
Leslie Ann Klissal
Celebrates
.feirthfUv

r T acm a Ann Missall. daughter of

. Captain and Mrs. AI. W. Alissall of

Albrook field, ceieDraiea ner
birthday on Sunday with party re refreshments
freshments refreshments at the Alissall quarters

followed by an afternoon of Skat

ing t the Balboa itouerarome.
-I Eniovine the afternoon with Les-

"!"e, whose most exciting birthday
, present was a pair of shoe skates,
were her sister, Janice, Sharon
Smith, Priscilla Miller, Mary- Lou

- McGowan., Bunny Henderson, Ka Ka-thy
thy Ka-thy Stauffer, Mary Kay Adams,
Mary "Ann and Jo Ann Knottek,
-Dick O'Quinn, Dennis Connor, Da David
vid David Sterling, John Kevard and Les Leslie'!
lie'! Leslie'! brother, Scott.,
. Matinee Sessions:,
41 Rollerdreme 4 j
During Vacation
' The (Balboa Rollerdrome is offer offering
ing offering two matinee sessions this week
between the hours of 2 p.m. and 4

v.m. Wednesday i and Friday. If

' these sessions are successful they

will be continued .throughout the

school vacation.

Rd Ai:d Fcrccs
Tcrn:d 01 Lc:!to
rii!ifry Secrets ;
" MOSCOW, June 10 ((UP) The
newspaper Soviet Aviation .today
warned members of the armed
forces in an editorial to be more
cautious in guarding military -ee-crets.
yti:i i
The newspaper said "some serv servicemen
icemen servicemen (till do not display proper
vigilance, and violate rules of
keeping military'' secrets." It add added
ed added that they sometimes lose offi official
cial official documents containing secrets,
and talk too much in conversation
. with stranger, and ia private tor tors'
s' tors' rsp0&dcnc yi45 'W ,noiiV"T
t "-,'? 4 ''TJ" i-;fA "i.v ..,'-"'
"They forget that an experienc-ad-
spy can occasionally draw im important
portant important information from what ap-
- pears to be hsrmless conversa conversations
tions conversations about, A unit's life, personnel
r and military techniques, Soviet
Aviation said.- It added that this

laxity occurs where .officers and

.. party organizations fan to. ao .... e e-:
: e-: aough to- combat complacency-and

. carelessness among toe men.

' .Besides urging Intensification of

Communist education, the maga-

xine advised that military objec objectives
tives objectives to- airfields. and garrisons be

jnore aretuuy guarded.

Bake Sale
At Kol Shearlth -,
Crmmunitv Hall

The Sisterhood of'KoI Shearith

is having a bake sale, from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Com
munity Hall Avenue 5 34-16.
The public is invited. s t
Registration Open ''
For Summer Recreation ;-
On Atlantic Side

Summer1 Recreation Handicrafts
for the Atlantic Side will be taught

from July 7 through August 17.

Classes will take care of students
from, first through eighth grade.
They wiU.be held Wednedays and
Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30

a.m. 1 v -
Registration; which began today
at Margarita and Cristobal schools

will close Saturday.
Cuba, Fishing
Featured On USO-JWB s' '

The USQ-JWB Armed .Forces
Service Center continues' with its

Know-Your-Neeighbor Seriea to

night at 8 o'clock.
Cuba and the surrounding Ca

rlbbean Isses will be the highlight
of the bi-weekly program, during
which time three air traveling bags

will once again be donated to three

people, by

World Airways, with whose cooper

lrcky peopi

Pan American

ation .the colored and colorful

films and slides are being present
es. -'

" In'ardition, a special feature on

Fabulous Fishing will -be shown.

Ttfe film is a mastery of salt-air

beauty and charm and will delight
even the most recalcitrant of fish fishermen.
ermen. fishermen. ,"
' The time and place once again:
Monday, Juna 10, at 8 l.m. at the

USO-JWB Armed Forces Service

Center.

Canadian Citizens
Cast Votes Today;
Tough Fight Seen
OTTAWA. June 10 (UPV-Cana.

dian voters go to the polla today
to pick a, government. ; x

The four major political parties

wound up their campaign efforts
Saturday. v ..

Veteran political-observers .say

Prime. Minister Louis St, Laurent
and his Liberal Party may face
tough fight to stayi n office.

1

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

WEST"

A None

NORTH D)' 1
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va ?
None .-.
AK9764
EAST .' J
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VAKQJI7SI1086
A84 . 10976,532
t3 1 '10 ,(
- SOUTH -V
V A AKJB8 ;'",
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, North and South vulnerable 7
North ', last ) Seatk West
.1 -. Pass lV
.5 Pass 7 V
Pass Pass 7 Pass
Pass, Pass
i V Opening lead f K

a V4 tr ( it t it ; i i

AIY old friend Lea Hazen -was

awakened from a sound leep at

about three in the morning. A va

lued client was on the phone with
a question.

"You now eignt hearts to ine

ace king-queen-jack: three dia diamonds
monds diamonds to the ace and two little
clubs. Your vulnerable opponents
are bidding spades and eventual

ly go to seven over your seven
hearts What do you lead?"

Without a moment hesitation

Lee replied, "The ace of heartsl"

A shocked gaso came over, the

phone. "Why?"

''You woulcn t be canine me at

three in the morning if your ace of

diamonds hadn't been trumped."

If you consider the actual bid

ding of the hand the ace of hearts
is probably the right lead anyway.

. why ufl worm lau .to Dia tour

no trump? Because he held a
void 'suit. Why did he fail' to cue
bid- hearts? Because he held : a
heart. Why did.he fail to .eue bid

hearts? Because he held a heart.
Why did be fail to double' seven
hearts? Because he hoped- South

would hold thd a?e or uearti .and
bid seven., v ;.:' i,

Whv-did South'so' to aeven? Be

cause he was sure that his part partner
ner partner was void in one of the red suits
and South hoped, that West would
make the wrong lead. t

FmaUy. why am 1 snowing this

crary hand?

Just look at the date on. your

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BED RIDING HOOD BALLETMemBers or in o uiaaye Heunemauee scnooi ot nauei mre
ahown during a performance the "Little Red Eliding- Hood", at the National Theatre last week.

newspaper.

WEDNESDAY, th 12th,

uv 1

Tv;o Prbsls )iM
htcnieinisi China
Will Co Freed Scon

' HONG KONG, June JL (UP)

Two of the eight Americans still

-imprisoned in Communist China

are supposed to be freed this
month. - v

They are Jesuit Priests John A.

Houle, 43, and Charles J. McCar McCarthy,
thy, McCarthy, 48. Both were arrested June
15, 1953. in Shanghai and later
entenced to four years in jail.
k If the Communists stick to the

feattem of the past year, the two

meats win Da let out or jau ia
afternoon of June 14, They are be
ing held in a' house in Shanghai
where they were put a year ago
after pending time in infamous
Warfl .Road Prinson.
Of .the' six four civilians and
two priests tm jailed in Red Chi China,:
na,: China,: two received life sentence,
one got so years, another IS
: years. The two Priests both got
five year terms and are due for,
freedom next year, I

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Lola O. Tom
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Mrs, O. Knewlea
Stanley Linda :
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Perry Albertaon
laabel Bnsbear '
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Milwaukee
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New -York,
Pittsburgh
Chicato
.392 11 Va
.333 14
26 13
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee vs. Brooklyn (N)
tr" At Jersey City)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
Only games scheduled.
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
: (First Game)
Chicago 000 000 3317
Philadelphia 003 000 0003
Drott (4-6), Lown and.
Nee
d's,
(Second Game)
Chicago 010 200 0104
Philadelphia 101010 020 4
Snrkbowski and Neeman.
Haddix, MUler, rarreU,
and
Lopa.ta.
(First Game)
fit. Louis 000 020 000-2 9 0
New York 100 000 0001 4 0
MleeU (1-3) and Lanaritn.
MUler (0-2), Grissom and
Katt.
; J
fRerond Game)
L. Louis 202 006000-rlO 11 1
NeWYork 000 201 310 7 14 1
iMcDanlel (6-2). Wehmeier,
Wilhelm and Gooper, Landrlth. Landrlth.-Burnside
Burnside Landrlth.-Burnside (1-4), Rldzik, Antb Antb-nelli.
nelli. Antb-nelli. McCormlck, Davis., and
Westrum.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 010 000 2003 5 0
Brooklyn 000 001 000 1 9 0
: Lawrence Acker ana
pHiley.
SDryidkle
(5-3), Labine and
Walker, Campanella.-
I (Second Game)
Cincinnati 410 010 0018 6 0
Brooklyn 000 000 0000 6 0
Jtffcoat (5-2) and Bailey..
Roebuck (0-1), Lehman, La
'- bine, Bessent and Walker.
bine, Be
w
(First Game)
(11 Tnn(nM)
Milwaukee 000 000 100 012 5 0
Pittsburgh 100 000 000 00 rl 6 3
Trowbridge (1-0), Johnson and
Cnlndall. -I- n
,firlend (3-7) and Rand, FoUes.
r (Second Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 1023 4 0
Pittsburgh 101000 21X 5 12 1
Pizarro (2-5), Conley (8) and
Rice.
. 'Kline (2-8), Face and Rand.
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J ; TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE
j E.S. ."SANTA -MARIA" ,,r Sails Cristobal, June It
?S-S. "SANTA OLIVIA" Sails Cristobal, June 18
; S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" Sails CristobaL June 19
" TO NEW YORK s
S-S. "SANTA BARBARA ..Sails Cristobal, June 11
' S.S. "SANTA LUIS A" ,.. Sails Cristobal, Job 19
i S.S "SANTA ISABEL" ...... Sails Cristobal, June 25
I FROM U.S. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL

'S.B. "SANTA ANITA" ,Due Balboa, June 11
i S.&. "SANTA CRUZ" tDue Balboa, July 4
i TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA and U.S.
U. S. PACIFIC PORTS ;
'S.8. "SANTA ANITA" Saib Cristobal, Jute II
-SJL "SANTA CBCZ Sails Cristobal, July g
Leads Carge at Cristobal

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CORAL SEA

Teams j
Chicago
New York
Cleveland
Detroit ..
Boston-. i

26 24 .520
25 25 ..500
Baltimore
22 27 .449 11
21 28 .429 12
18 35 .340 17
Kansas City
Washington
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit
Boston at Kansas City
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)'
Baltimore 012 02r020 7 11
Chicago 000120 2005 10
Moore, Zuverlnk (6-2) and
Trlandos, Ginsberg.
Fischer. Staley, Howell, Kee-
gan (1-3), LaPalme and Battey.
fSecond Game)
Baltimore 000 000 0325 10
Chicago 000 000 0000 6
.-OTJell (1-0) and Ginsberg.
Donovan (5-2) and Lollar,
New York
Detroit
000 000 320 5 '.-fl
102 010 0004 10 2
Sturdlvant, Ditmar, Grim (6f (6f-2)
2) (6f-2) Kucks and Howard. C
Maas, Sleater (2-1) and Houses
(First Game)
Washington
000 010 0102 6
000 400 30X 7 11
Cleveland
Kemmerer (6-3), Hernandez,
Kyde and Courtney. -Wynn
(7-6) and Naragon.
(Second Game)
Washington
010 000 303 7 12
200 en 011 10
0
C!evelaTitr
Ramos, K e m m e rep (1-3),
Stobbs, Cleveneger and Court-
' (First Game)
Boston 200 020 0138 13 0
Kansas City 301 000 0004 8 0
Riiinvan (3-4) and White.

Morgan, Host (0-2) and Smith.Shante, Yanks

(second uame)
Boston 000 022 2039 11 II
Kansas City 001 00 00405 10 0 1
Susce (4-1), Delock,
Porter-
field and Daley.
McDermott "(1-2), Duren, Got
man, Coleman and Tnompson.
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Major League

LEADIUCJ BATTERS
'i ' V t
(Basedn 125 Official at Bats)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club ah f'h Pet
Hodges. Bklyn 47 182 27 66 .363
Musial, St. Louis 47493 27 69 58
oroavws.-'.:--,:.;t4 128 16 45 .352
Fondy,, Pitts.. :?S 42 172 21 60 349
Bailey, Cinci,;- 48 153 32 61 ".333
ThomasPitts. 47 190 18 63 J32
Robinson,. Cinci. 48 202 38 66 .327
Clmoir,,Bklyo 38 159 27 52 .327
MayS,.N Y- ,V:50 190 36 82 .326
H. Smith, St, L. 35 132 14 43 J326
American League
Williams, Bos. 44 151 81'. Btf 391
Fox, Chicago 48 165 35 67 .362
Mantle, N. y.
Boyd, BaJti.
48 161 42 57 ..354
47 147 29 48 .327
47 165 30 53 .321
48 146 20 46 .315
44 156 22 49 .314
51 195 23 61 313
46 178 26 54 .303
Wertz, Cleve.
Demaestrl, K.C.
Simpson, K C.
Lemon, Wash.
Skowron, N.Y.
Power, K.C.
37126 15 38 .302
HOME RUNS. v'
NATIONAL LEAGUE f
Aaronf; Braves Lu 15
, Musial, Cards i;,. ...... 12
, Sauer,. Giants; 11
, Moon, cards . . .... ...11
(Five tied with 15 apiece)'
! AMERICA!. LEAGUE
, fc'nr ; ,.. v'W
j Mahtle, Yanks. 4 14
5 Williams, Red Sox ....... 13
! Zemial, Athletics 12
Sievers, Senators U
: cjKizas, Ainieiics ..... 9
Skowron, Yanks i. 8
( RCNS BATTED IN ..
NATIONAL LEAGUE .. ,;
Musial, Cards
Aaron, Braves ,,
Hoak, Redlegs
' Furillo, Dodgers
45
40
38
33
33
33
Robinson, Redlegs
Bell, JRedlegs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sife-?ers," Senatort
i. 40 n
1f
Wertz, Indians
39
35
34
Mlfioso, White Sox
6kowron 'Yanks
Mantle,, Yanks
PITCHING
(Based
on 8
Decisions)
W L Pet
! it 'f
Sanforcl.'Phlls
7;
... 6'
... 8
...10
... 5
... 5
.875
.857
.857
.833
.833
Acker, Redlegs
Pierce. White Sox
Burning, Tigers
Schmidt, caros
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Fourth Of July Swimming
Championships Shaping Up

By C. Z.1KIPHUTH
The Balboa Chapter of Elk
Lodge No., 1414 is going all out to
make this championship swimming
meet an Initial success. It is their
hope that it will catch on as an an
nual affair j and that Canal Zone
swimmers will look forward to this
annual competition designed to de
termine, champions in every age
category 01 the two sexes. :
r
The meet will be- conducted in
the- Gamboa pool where the events
can be run in yards and thus re
ceive official sanction of the Na
tional A A U committee in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States. Starting at 9:30 a.ra,
on the morning of July Fourth, the
meet should be over in about one
hour and 50 -minutes. On asking
tne Gamboa Chamber or Com
merce why the meet will be held
m the morning, they came tin
wiu tne ciaim mat it never in tne
Tommy Cupas Joins
US Radio llelvork's
Latin Sports Sfaff :
Sportscaster Tomas Alberts
(Tommy) Cupas has been add added
ed added to the staff of Latin Amer American
ican American radio announcers which
broadcasts major league base baseball
ball baseball games In Spanish out of
the United States,, it was re revealed
vealed revealed over the weekend
Cupas, who is one of Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's top baseball announc announcers,
ers, announcers, will leave ; by plane for
the UJS. twice each month! to
work Saturday game as
partner of Buck Canel, thm
"most famous baseball voice of
Latin America." ;-
Arrangements eall for Cupas
to leave Panama on Fridays
and return homo on Sunday
nights.
lie TcbcrAii uuinwcvr, wuv
is the, first Panamanian- to be
given this honor, celebrated
his appointment yesterday by
pitching a no-hit-no-run soft-
ball contest as his Panama Ci City
ty City team swamped a Colon
quad 18-0 at Santa Rita ball
park in the annual game be between
tween between Panama aad Colon ra radio
dio radio announcers.
Yesterday was Radio An Announcers
nouncers Announcers Day in Panama.
bits
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DETROIT, June 10 (UP)
The right knee of Ralph Terry,
New York Yankee right-hander.
was "locked" when he awakened
Sunday and trainer Qua Mauch
said the 21-year-old rookie may"!
be lost to the team for a week.
Mauch will -use heat treatment
on the knee.
,.: WEDNESDAY.
:.'.THE 12th
. M,,;5:00 p.nu ....
Opening of
' i Central America's
first 3 min. car wash.
We wash your car
' automatically and in f
; only 3 minutes. J
AUTO DAHO, J. A.
Transisthmiaa Hhway
r NEAR SEARS
VICTORIA
25e- IS.
SKABENGA '.
MAGNIFICENT
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BEBE HOLMES, iSix-year-old
swimmer 1 from, Gamboa who
won the free style- event for
Bix-year-blds In the annual
Youth Day meet' held last
month.
valley of the Chagres in the morn
ing.
Although' many, of our youne
swimmers have departed for tne
States' on' vacation, the movement
of college stuaenta back this way
will more than offset this loss. Next
week we wi. give you a fun uown
on some of these comDetitors who
win oe m me meet. .,-!!.
Today we'll tell you. about voune
Bebe doimes wnose picture is
printed with this story. Although
stie is a six year-old she w i 1 1
have ta compete in .the seven-year-
old free style, event,-and rig&i now
I'want to. warn the- other,, seven
year old girls.- t, -iv.v.;
She is quit. proficient in all
strokes, add jrou see her here set
ting set for- a sprine lap. Folks it
wiu oe wortn- tne trip to Gamboa
just td see this little -miss knife
through: the ; water with perfee
rymym ana xorm. sue nas amaz
ing speed for a youngsters .-s
All-Arounder Deal
Doing Best To Help
Surging Rochester
NEW YORK.' June 10 1, (UP)-
Fresnman manager Ellis "C o t t-ton"
ton" t-ton" ieai oi aocuuster, wuo prom promised
ised promised Ked Wing fans. J'Give me the
noi ses ana. i n. win;' is aouig his
best to keep his word even if it
means he nas to put on the catch
ing harness himsetf ?i
iiormauy a pucner. Deal cot be
oina w. nai aunaay to catca bod
rfiayiocrs seven-mi, l-o triumpn
over Miami that capped, a f o u r r-game
game r-game .ttocnester sweep over the
Marlins ana zoomeu tue aetending
iniernaudnal ieague puiyuu vuu-
pions into lourtn piace. Kocnester
won tne openerj bv. in 11 iuiuuks
The switch-hitting Oklahoman al
so pickea up a reuet stmg victoryv'
over Miami Saturday night. Dur
ing the dnve that has tacen tne
wings out of the -league cellar to
tn urst oivision, deal nas also tak
en the Wings out of the league
Cellar to tne first division, Deal
has also taken a crack at third
base and played tne outfield in
addition to masterminding the
team.-, - ; ; c"
. KnucklebalUng Fred Kippr a 20-
game winner with Montreal last
year but-winless- in seven deci
sions in 1957, broke the ice with a
4-1. eight-hitter over league-leading
Richmond. The Vees Royals
secona game was rained out,
Toronto moved one-half game
closer to Richmond, splitting a
doubleheader with Columbia, 4-5,
7-2. Johnny Schmitz burled the To Toronto
ronto Toronto victory in the nightcap while
a one-inning rebel sunt gave Co
lumbus' Cob Kazava "his second
win in the -opener. : ,"t
Lou Kretlow. reeemlv acoaired
by Buffalo from' the Pacific Coast
Leafue. made an- auspicious de
but. He Outdueled Havana's Orlan
do Pena. allowinc the Sucar Kines
but two hits in the Bisons 1-0 vic
tory. The Sugar Kings Jammed e e-leveB
leveB e-leveB runs across the piste in the
second ana vara tnninrs 01 me
nightcs to scussh Buffalo. 12-2
Home runs .by Dan Moreion and
Owar Sierra highlighted Havana's
i3-hit attack oa three Buffalo
pitchers. t.
Today Encanto 35, 20
Triple Attraetlonl Attraetlonl-James
James Attraetlonl-James Darren in -"RUMBLE
ON THE DOCKS"
Bette Davis in
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Today -tpEAL- 20 -'JO
Robert Taylor in
"Many Rivera Te Crow
' Van Johnson in
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The Haras Carmthia's once bea
ten bay filly Raeazza yesterday af

ternoon raced to a three length,
victory in the $2,000 added : Press
Classic for two year olds at the

resident Bemon racetrack,
f The odds on mutuels favor
if at, the entry of Sera Bueho'and
?ht.?.
.nimou. Utec rvVi turf
k.rf -,-urf
.! .liJj r r
Ragazza brokV'ot top u "wn-
taken by Sera Bueno two furlongs
after the start -but .the latter could
not keep up the hot pace 'and soon
fell bacK but was good enough
save the placet from his poorly
performing staoiemate. Manando-
agua and entrymate ; Matriculado

were lourtn ana wtn woue rneiwnite sox, 7-5 and 5-0.

Gipsy- trailed throughout; v i v
-wuiucr a uiue lur uie ix iut-
longs was. a s n a d d v 1:12 1-5.
speanmg umes, nauve jiuy at-
gyla- a stablemate of aazza-
steooed seven fiirlniwa in l-?ft tn
,f ul : t'
held by Apache and Esteban. This
was tne special event in honor of
tne Panama Tribune
The day's most thrilling windup
was a three-way photo-finish. Em-
brujada scored byan eyelash over
&aair and imbassy while the slim'
mest of margins also separted the
secona ana inira place iinisners
This thriller Was the ninth
race
whicn
was, the 'Handicap La Jio-
UtfmhVX-
i
The' "El Pirn ma America
Hsndictp" went te Vedette In
another shriller, Dr. :' Harmedio
Ari ; Jr. presented a silver fro-,
phy to Vedette' owner while El
Panama. America sport editor
Guillormo Roll orcttniod a
whip, to iockey Julie Rodriguei.
ine erst race was tne "Handi-
cap La Nacion" and was won by
was uic nauut
Riscal. Paauetito surarised In the
"Handicap El Pais." Sandokan,
which raced out of the betting, ea-
sily copped the "'Handicap Mundo

Grafico. V, Pinino romped in -vthelstart of hla three-year major

"uanaicap ici y i a. r uermamo
triumphed in the "Handicap La
csireua ae ranama ana ar
jaravo captured, tne HandicaDdal.
del
xwvuui. r r::,.,t;.
. Thedivldends! IS?,
ri : ? first KkckY:;-'-:
1 JOscal 14.20, J.20 L't-vt
zVVeofansa $5.20.. W :
- SECOND RACE w
1 PaquetiU gll.40, 5.80,
2- Chulpa $3.60. r
- First Double: 150.80,,
'V .. THIRD RACE
1 Sandokan (excluded from bet
ting), '-.if.v-. v,v.. Vv;:..:;il-;.
2 Linda Susy I21J0,, 7.40.
3 Folletito $3.20. f w
' -"':'One.Two:''$62.40 -1
- 'f! 'FOCRTH RACE 4 .1
1 Pinino $9, 6.40. .:, .yV JJ,
2 Eneachada $4-80.;''"-' ftiV't'
- Quiniela: $22.60
t :"rii. FIFTH RACE
.ft-..
J Argyla $3, 2.20. ?
-S'l
2 Yosikito $2.80. iS
SIXTH RACE
1 Vedette S6.40. 4.28.
2 Fifito $7.
; SEVENTH RACE
1 Germanlo $6.20y 3.80. -
2 Rosier $5.
Second Double: $25.80
' EIGHTH RACE
1 Mar Bravo $2.60, 2.20.
2 Cypress Bull $2JtO.
Qulniela: $440
NINTH RACE
1 Embrujada $47.80, 7.80.
2 Kadlr $4.60. ;' V
: One-Two: $19f.4i t-;
TENTH RACE 'v
1- Ragasia $5.60, 2.40. '"-
2 Sera Bueno $2.26. ft
Gems Would Lead; ;
SallyLeaguD
Endurance vcaFI:g$
CHARLOTTE, June 10 (CP)
if pennants were awarded for en
durance, not victories Ernie
White's Columbia Gems would be
leading the South Atlantic League.
The Gems have engaged in two
16 inning games in the past three
dayl. losing both by one run and
using both to the two top teams
in the loop. Charlotte, the number
two club, edged Columbia C 5
Thursday, and Augusta, the league
leader, nosed but the Gems Satur-
dap night 4-3. '.
The victory gave the Tigers the
firmest grip they've held oa first
place in several days. Knoxville
won both halves of a doublebead doublebead-er
er doublebead-er with Charlotte 4-1 and 3-2. Jim
Clingaa and Manuel Gonxalez turn turned
ed turned in sparkling mound stints .for
the Smokies. ;
Jose Montalvo wss held score
less and hitless in three times at
bat ia the tfrst game. He did not
take part in the nightcap. -
Meanwhile.. Jacksonville's Phil
MUley-and Macon's Dave Oliphant
pitched well to stake their teams
to victories over Savanna and
Columbus. The Braves beat the
Redlegs 5-2, while Macon took the
Foxes 4-3 in 12 innings.
1
KANSAS CITY, Mo, June 10
(UP) -The Kansas City Athlet-i

ica have mailed rigr.t-handed
! Pitcher Jack Urban from Denver
j of the American Association. He
won three trres anJ lwt two

Van!: I7in

Spiced By

" f By Milton Richman
NEW YORK, June 10 (UP) Only a t-rH rfH!

ton -could ask for more excitement than thr :J Tm--

stormiest Sunday of the major Icr-jus secson. : . :

no marter what happens to te your dish of teal, it
all there nn rh mom,

"'I there on the menu
For those who like home runs.
f woaic oi vincinnau hit-one
in each-eame to helo th Red-.
eeJ,1dou"eheaet S0Ia
Brooklyn, 3-1 and 3-0 and re-
wwW;.itmO0ilV We
Mrl?"''';" V-0"BkMr-- ;
tol ,or those who like to see the
"two ieua" Knoca. oir the "biz
guy," mere was tne, onoies two
victories 1 over V the V first-place
And for those who prefer their
maseDan spicea WHn some Ilsu
miff a th
trblt as the. Yankees defeated
the Tigers, 5-4, In a game that
-i .T B r
aimuafc xesuiteQ la a riot
There was even a "Babe
Herman" type steal of second
with the bases full in the Detroit-New
York g-ame a n d
what's, more,;;. it helped the
Yanks win. Tt. ...o.
Elsewhere on the big league
scene, : the. Cardinals climbed to
w 1 1 hi n.f t h ree-and-one-half
games of the National i League
'lead by 'weeping twinbiU from
the New York' Gianto, 2-1 and
1Q-7:; Milwaukee beat Pittsburgh
In the; first game, 2-1, but the
jfiraies won the mghttap 5-3
Hoak put, on a one-mah show
m helping the Redlees move a
head of the pack in the N.L. race
again by; a game and a half. His
two-run: homer in the seventh
i.i .
t?"in ?r ne opener on Don
frysaaie snapped a 1-1 tie, and
" lurowe ;conneciea lor
"onjers in, the second game off
Ed Roebuck, making the first
ague career. srooKS Lawrence
was the Winner in the operier and
aai jencoat in the nightcap.
The .. white so .-..Amerir.ai
jueague ieadr dwinoued to four-
ancL-one-half 'nameg as a result
ui uicir two losses lome on-
olesJ Homers by Tito Francona
and Bob Nieman oaced Balti
. a i i . i .
more to its first game victory as
reliever George Zuverlnk posted
his sixth triumnh. Bill O'Dell
struck out 11 and held Chicago
to six hits in; the finale.
Two injuries 'marred the
nightcap, George Keli suffered a
possible x skull fracture when
struck by one of Dick Donovan's
pitches and Francona! broke his
left index finger while trvino- to
field a ground ball. - '. I
The Yankees won; their same
after trailing 4-0.. With the
score tied 4-4 In the eighth -and
the bases full, Hank Bauer tried
to steal second. By the time the
Tigers got through throwing the
ball around. Bill Skowron scored
tne deciding run t from third
Frank .Boiling, Charley Maxwell
ana Earl Torgeson homered for
the Tigers while skowron and
Bauer homered forthe Yanks,
Members of both teams came
charging onto the field in the
third lnniBsr when Rav Boone
and Yankee : starter Tom Stur
dlvant engaged in a' fist fight.
Boone claimed Sturdlvant, had
thrown at his head. Both were
ejected from the game and the
victory went, to .reliever Bob
Grim.: .' -';
Wllmer Mlzell of the Cards
won bis first game of the season
with a four-hitter over the GI
ants in the opener Del Ennis
homered for St. Louis. Then the
Redblrds reeled off their sixth
straight .victory when they ral rallied
lied rallied for six runs in the sixth in
ning of the nightcan. Lindy m&
Daniel was credited with the
victory although reauirint re
lief. Stan Musial and Don Muelr
ler hit homers.
Johnny Logan singled home
Felix Man UHa for the Braves
11-lnnlng victory over the Pirates
in the first game. Bob Friend.
wno suffered his seventh loss,
gave up only, five hits. Bob Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge waa the winner although
Ernie Johnson relieved him in
the 11th. Ronnie Kline held the
Braves hltless until one out in
the seventh inning of the night
cap and eve though he was the
winner, he needed Roy Face's
help when the Braves rallied for
two runs In the ninth.
The Cubs beat the Phils
when Ernie Banks hit a three-
Showing At Your Seryce
BALBOA 4:15 8:31
Alr-CondlUonyl v
Deborah Kerr
Robert Mltchum
"HeareB Knows Mr. Allison"
Tuesday The San"
LKlSTOSAL
7:M
Air-CoBUtloned
PARAISO 6:15 8:25
Alan 134
"MeCONNTLL STr.T"
CAM? Blir.D S;13

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Fisi
yestsrday.'

run homer off Robin Robert
in the eighth inning. Rookie
Dick Drott was the winner. l
the nightcap, the Cubs went
ahead with a run in the 13th' i
inning, 5-4, but the game waa f
halted because of Pennsylva. ';'
nia Sundav nrfA i j

( the score reverted to the ninth.,

rvey iiauaix of the Phillies
nicked for a two-run homer :4
by Cai Neeman. ,r-s ,
Home runs bv Te T.ri "L

WUUams'ena:
Wed Frank Sullivan of the Red
iox-to beat Kansas City in that
saU, tepcio, Billy Klaus and Diclc
Gernert connected in the night
cap to Itlve Georee Simr .Tr fh.

victory: f-o"

Roy Sievers hlnch homr with

one on in the ninth won the -nightcan
for Washington

EarlyWynn had nitrheH a .iv

hitter in, winning the opener for -the.
Indians. Russ Kemmerer.
who started the first. game for
Washington and was the loser. A
was credited, with the victory, hi
the nightcap, vie Wertj and -Roger
Maris: each hit two hom hom-ers
ers hom-ers for. Cleveland in the second kr
game.- , A ."

Minor Leagues
9""" J
Teams
Richmond
Toronto ,
Buffalo .
Rochester
Miami
Havana
Columbus ...
Montreal
M L
33 18
28 22
27 22
27 27
24 27
25 28'
24 29 ..
17 32

Fct. GUV
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.560 4i
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.471 -.472
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
... (First Game) ;
Mpntreal
Richmond
010 030 0004 12
010 000 0001 t
Klpn and Roseboro: KlW Ni
delia(7 and ChitL LP: Kite. v

(Second Game) ,1 ,',
(Ppstponed, rain) ; y'
' - '.!-
i (First GamM" v

Toronto 7 000 002 1104 t
Qolumbua- 101 002 001 11 t

. Grlmsley, Grlmlan (6); Tlefen
auer (7), Johnson (8) and Rosel
li, St: Claire (8); Kildoo, Burts- -chy
, (7), Kuzava (OX and "peter-
son. WP: Kuzava. LP: Johnspu.
HR's: O'Brien, Rac, St., Claire.,' V
(Second Ganie,! 7 Innings) i
Toronto 311 200 07 4 0
Columbus, ; 000 000 23 fcv I t.
' v: V-1':' V- l i t-
Schmlta and Hoselll; onrne-
wald, Burtschy (2), sawyer i(4) r k
and Peterson. LP: Gmnwald.

HR's: Jok. Jethroe.- :.'.-- s
, (First Game. 7'Tnnlns-sl-'.-
Buffalo j-; 010 000 01 ft 0
Havana 1 000 000 OO 2 s)
Kretlow and Noble Pana anil
Sierra, j: ,-"v ;: ,: ''
Buffalo 020 000 000 2 Y
Havana C5 001 OOx 12 13' o
Drews. Santiago )'-, rn'mt
(4) and Astroth; Ramlrea. Cue-
che 2) and Sierra, Garcia 8)
WP: Cueche. u: Drew. HR's:
More Jon, Sierra.
First Game. 11 irinitifsV
Rochester 000 000 113 01 6 12
Miami 400 000 001 005 14 3
MarkeH, Greason (6). Delf (V
Rlcketta (8), Wright (9) and
Green, Teed (9); Qu alters. An
derson (9) Mason (9) and Sulli Sullivan.
van. Sullivan. WP: Wright. LP: Mason.
(Second Gamev
Rochester 000 001 23 7 1
Miami 000 000 0 0 7 O-
R. Blaylock
and Deal; Paige
land Bucha.
Center Theatres Tonight
MRLO BTS. 7:f i
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Toes. Ihe Sea Chase"
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Europeans' Interest In Golf ;
Amazes Pro Jimmy Thomson:-
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ality In

Sports

1 ' (NEA Telephoto)
mis S,r.Wr?!

oi- wie c r" r-. o.,rPPahiv following WO

the Brooklyn Dodgers,
Tatni meeting In Ch

by

JOE WILLIAMS

asms sa si e5S5sB?w-
returned the prize tight bVaflark was warning!

U A1UOWU . .j thw wai III B uiuwiw
t,nttPn heavvweieht champion, and to waB u i of

Pr-.'J.':,L.. o'.'Hnini the' revealing: Patterson would

-one mm v-i, pnin Grounds July aw. ov
Hnrrlcane Jackson at the Polo ,n the

ITe ust. begun -to tte&";n fif w0vd Patterson, the practically
D'Amato is the custodian Jtjloyi er 'ftt luncheon

mrant W
e defens
'doing t1

tab ($175,000.) t t- 4i th, -uttle rtant

D'Amato aamirmgi ;-- z,"t inches tall. Is 4
er. Little U right. He's only If teraon

r.ar. .W." ha. had success i m .oca M-"". prlmarl

any -magnitude;" Byrus acitnowicuu iT & ich
Kn Bucceronl, which he presented W ?4.. ,a.:7ff;atcn-

IXbls-will be his suit ouwo.w. ,, ,,;r;

To Individualism

LONDON. June 10 (UP)-Pravda

today attackea a cu oi we per
ennnlitn ill MMirtg.

Rorim Mnficow's home service

broadcast a Pravda article ia

which the Russian Communist par

ty newspaper warnea;

"An ma .nvH.n fw iw
wrong practice which still exists
in individual sports societies
where the whole attention it do.
voted to individual, famous rec
aril halrfars.'

"Thu ltreneth of Soviet r sport,

.. .. .. . ,,

Ues in us mass oauux.
In the srticle i entitled "T b e
Summer Sports Season," Pravda
said tnat ooviet sports men had
achieved a great deal but that in
some tields; sucn as light sports
like iwimmine and cycling, they

still tail short oi tbreign compeU
tinn

"Therefore it is important not
to become conceited," Pravda said

"not to take comtort m counimg
h mpHaU won. but to develop a

rHHrfll flDDroach' to the state of

every type of sport
Pravua said contests so far this
year showed that much work was
still to be done, that tootballers as
uiaII lieht athletes were not

making the most of their possibili possibility

"All this haDDens mainly be

cause leaders of sports collectives
and trainers are not promoting suf suf-f.Montw
f.Montw suf-f.Montw nnr talented youth, which

would show creat achievements if

trained systemaucauy anq. perw

Alex Miteff
Choice! to Beat

WilliBe

smanoff

NEW YORK,' June 10 (UP) A
i jwitpff nnhnaten vounB Argen'

tina heavyweight, seeks his ninth

straight victory tonight in a 10 10-rounder
rounder 10-rounder with more- experienced
Willi Besmanoff of Germany at St.
Nicholas Arena. 1
It will be televised by Dumont

at 10:30 -p m.

SMALL CLUB SAMARITAN

? : : s: ... viun him :hen he savs that in

taw.

a jjeslre to -spreaa wb'wwm, :. ,.;
tampion. I could do it. to fact,
It was th. ffildffi take his walk

included me cusmissiu m ,wui' - t
r"'SlstS?ttons!- snapped the gray haired square' jawed, dark,
.: r : "l.v--!5i.r-tinri hua nften been challenged In

levei-eyea man uv.v.. -
thlV rowdv old business, but never his Integrity. v
B pealed how Al WeiU, then manager of Rocky Marciano,

Unknowingly played a major par

I'SSJ harthe f eal 'between Norri. and Weal
, Ott the level, and not a contrived
rybody else believed to the beginitag, I realised I ould whip

was

ve

Norrla' p&U bung out was i w g"'" " V,. j.v
Marciano. I knew thla word would get to him on the double.
It did, toe. Next day, er maybe the day after, I got caU
klM tXm t-rtaa asV til HA hnsllteSB With Uft.

' It la itandard procedure to compel the challenger to sign
for a return fight in the event of victory Thla hadn't been

done In the Patterson-Archie Moor iignt. v ,k ,
. TWdnt Norris request such contract?" - : ;
D'Amato said he dldnt care to answer the question. ; v
i- would you have signed If such a contract had been-oi-fired?--.
. v-:.'- ;;:,v
Th man sald .no.
You figure It out, v.; '...
' : : STDLL OWES 15,00 V. ' .'
' la apite of the fact that D'Amato charges Norrla was brutal brutal-Tr
Tr brutal-Tr uncooperative, he admits the .promoter made him loans to-

i tiling $37,000. He says he was to make repayment at $5000 In

tervals, out iNorris wiumeia we mwi iiuuum uur ui aauorc
tight ........
, D'Amato denied tbls contributed to the break. In fact,
their relations continued so-eonrenlallr be went back later and
Mt the arm en Norris for S15.O00 more, s
' Was there an understanding that this constituted a binder
for Patterson! next fight?"
D'Amato vigorously shook his head. . 1 weald aot have
accented the money ander those conditions."
Patterson's manager volunteered the information that he
hasn't yet paid Norris. . "But he knows I'm good for it" If
that's so. what's Blir Jim worrying obout All he's losing is the

heavyweight champion. v-

PAtJAWA AMERICAN

r

' PnlneMentallv. the. last opponent

for each was veteran Archi Mc-

Rrlit nf Trenton. ai oi.

Nick's. Miteff, 22, won a split de de-MrRriile
MrRriile de-MrRriile on Dee. 10.

before returning to Argentina 'to
cet married. Alex hasiTt fought

since then. 'r

' Mnuipver" Ale Is a slight favor

ite at 6-5 to beat 24 year-old Bes

manoff because thet uerman- wsv
a imanlmnllK decision to McBrfde

nn Mav 20. and aDPeared badly off-

form. That oeieat oroae ioeiniu-

off'i winnmg string at u straigni
and dropped him out of the top 10
rankings. He had been rated num number
ber number nine. Miteff has; no( yet gin gin-ed,the
ed,the gin-ed,the top 10. :i r,i.r 1

' Miteff.' former Pan

amateur chamDion. is the smarter

boxer and apparently the harder

Duncher. Four of tus eignt victo-

riea were by knockouts. Besman

off had 13 kayoes wane winning

of his 50 fights. r ; v-

.i i i hi

; pURNING UR THE-TRACK- Although this might be mistaken for a wake of a runner mak mak-.)
.) mak-.) t ing the old description come true, this fiery cinder path Is actually getting a warm-up before
; a meet Gasoline fires were set to dry wet spots on the Kansas State Teachers' course, v

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I ;: tuici WAVBob Feller ihowa Birmingham. Ala.. Little Leaeuers how to out big stuff

- baseball. The old American League strikeout king is on a nation-wide tour as the head pre-

feasor of clinics for youngsters. Here's, a, teacher who commands attention.

iy OSCAR FRAL,EY

NEW YORK (UP) That thing

you see "off in the wild blue

yonder'Ma a golf balL 4 ,

mat s toe wora irom long -nit

ting jimmy -Thomson, the one onetime
time onetime .tournament ace Just back

from a five-week clinical teaching

totuMor the Air rorce The slug

0tntf VlAr hit in. Kia.l ,M hv.nn.

a MX w ... v.uv. .UVbj
Germany, England and North Af

rica and came home amazed,

"I've never seen such interest."

he says.t "and they don't just

" r--A oro hit a bau. Thev

want to know how and why, so

vit can no it tnemseives.

And,' from the questions aimed

at.1 him during a half-hour daily

question and answer period, Jim

my could tell that U eyes were

turned homeward. Because the
two most r e p e a t e d questions
were;. i H-v''

Is Ben Hoean still a threat in

the U.S. Open? .A.U

Who's going to-be the best of

the young golfers7

Three'i,Teeet;7;''
"I told them' tht Hogan. Sam

Snead and Cary Middlecoff 'stilfll

are the three men you've got to
beat to win the Open," Jimmy
says, "And. that the new leader
should come from among such as
DoW Fmsterwald, Mike Souchak,
Arnold Palmer. Gene Littler. Mike

Fetchik or Jay Hebert'

Thomson, national manager of

golf promotion for A. G. Spalding.

cherishes two memories In partic particular
ular particular from this trip. I

One was that-in Londonj prior-
to the British Amateur, he played
a round with Air Force Sgt. Har Harold
old Harold Ridgeley who finished a dark
horse runner-up in that tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. The other was that he took
off two days for a surprise visit
to his parents in North Berwick,
Scotland, whom he hadn't' seen 'in

U0 .years.,, it .' :r

"Rioge'iey is' i teal fine player player-and
and player-and a classy, guy," Thomson re
lates. "We commented that .he
had the game to cause a lot-oC
trouble in the British Am atetrrtv

and he sure did."

,' Dad ftill Teaches' ;
A nephew of Jack White, who

won toe Bntisn Open in lwH,;;
Thomson also is the son of i pro.j

His dad, Wilfred Thomson, oper--

ateS the North Berwick Gou tiutu

and. ; at 72. still teaches on th

Scottish 'moors.

Army women, he noticed, are

more wholeheartedly devoted to

the game than their stay-at-home

American sisters.

Maybe it's because there is so r

much less to do," he said, "but,

whatever the reason, it seema',
that almost everybody at the Air ,a
Force bases plays golf, from th..
privates right on up o the gcn-j"!
erals and their wives."
Ridgeley, the man who went all
the way to the finals of the rit-
'h Amateur, is a good example "'
And, with ; courses and driving)
ranges at every base, the Air.
Force really has the ball off ia, :
the wild blue yonder. :

orts

CHANTTLLY. mnce, June 10

(UP) Cerlaoles. a three-year.

old thoroughbred owned by Ba

ron d Rothschild, defeated Ka Ka-lldtla
lldtla Ka-lldtla bv three-ouarters of a

length Sunday la the $24,714 Prix

d Diane at th (;nanuuy course

berijw Jun lfl (UP)

Budge Patty of Los Angeles and
Paris defeated Milan Braaovlc
of oermanr. 7-8. 6-4. 7-5, and

Warren Woodcock defeated .fel

low Australian Bob Howe, 6-1.

7.s 6-2. is tne men s singles

semi-finals yesterday at Berlin's

International Team Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament ::,',

sr. TJ3TJIS. June 10 (UP)

Th St Louis Cardinals sold the
remaining 1.000 bleacher and
pavllloa seats for the July All-

star game tnree noun uw wi
ticket offices, opened Sunday at
Bosch Stadium,

.i, i D Y "
W,IH hr NIA SerVic

OTrFSTTON Please defin the

strike zone, Jack Curtis..: i.

; Answer: ine space ever. en7
part of the' plate between fthe
batter's armpitc.and the top of
his knees When he assume! his
natural statical f . ; 'lk

o. A line drive rlchochets off

tii Ti-ir of the third base umpire

aanriinir n the foul line back" of

the bag. The Dau easuy m i g n i
have been foul had. it not struck

the umpire. What s tne uecisioo,

--Lesue wuusms.

A. If a a fair hall because r

struck the umpire while he was.
In faiterritory. -v "'

- "I0." base their decision ia regard to

an Infield fly, Peter waxman.
A. An infield fry is a fair balk
not including e line drive er
bunt, which con' be caught by
an Infielder with ordinary effort
when first and Second bases are
occupied before two re out. .'
O.' The batter walks with th e

bases full, forcing in a run, v but
the man forced in goes to- the
dugout without touching the plate.
Can anything be done about that,

Wack Hendricks. -

A. No, Th man Is entitle t
score. ' !..'."."'

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Campo Alegre, 61st Street No.
4. Phono 3-2795. $65.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
chalet, to married cooplo $75.
48th Strott No. 25-B. Belle Vit Vit-ti.
ti. Vit-ti. Phono 3-725l.
FOR RENT: Complotoly fur fur-Hisheet
Hisheet fur-Hisheet eoncrotfl house (chalet),
2 bedrooms. Road facing Faitilla
Airfield, No. 109. Call 1-0553.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceaislde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
T.Ira Junale Jim Jaunt
3 DAYS EXCURSION 3 DAYS
To San Bias Islands and Porto Porto-feelo.
feelo. Porto-feelo. Aboard the cruiser "Posca "Posca-dora."
dora." "Posca-dora." Sight-seeing Indian vil villages,
lages, villages, the ruins of Old Pertpbelo.
Swimming. One night aboard and
one night at Hotel San Bias.
Leave Balboa, pier 17, Friday,
June 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 lunch. $40.00 for the
three (3) days. Will close this
excursion Wednesday. Phone
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660
days; 3-1326 nights. Jungle Jim
Jaunt Hotel El Panama.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach he One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
Practice On Clouds
jHelps Captain Land
Crippled AF
!' TRAVIS AFB, Calif., June 10--l(UP)
An Air Force captain made
practice landings on the clouds
Inr tnn Vinurs here: before, bring
ing his crippled R36pmber;in for
a perfect landing. j
' fh.r- W 27. men aboard the
S million dollar craft when the 20-

' 'j 1UUV UUUW
' tina inntnirtion flight.' k

- fait mirma a rou-
The cool-headed pilot, Cant- Al Albert
bert Albert D. McKinnon of the 31st
' Bomb Squadron, said he did a
"lot of soul searching" before at-
tempting me wiiunk; ; -.
McKinnon said the rudder fell
ft at 15,000 feet while the plane
wai banking in a turn. For the
" next two hours, he said, he made
1 "practice landings" on the clouds.
McKinnon said he then decided
he could land without a major
mishap.
1 Fire and ambulance crews stood
by while McKinnon, unable to
bank the giant plane, made a
wide, flaiv- 15-mile -turn to line up
with the 'wnway4 ;,; v";.
j)clopei
For American Visit
Of QueenElirabelii
LONDON, Jii' 10 iW--The
News Chronicle reported today
the United States Is now. defin definitely
itely definitely set for Oct, J8-2L,-
The v New Chronicle 'aald an
official- announcement of the
visit would be-made "within a
day o twov" 'j
In a storr from ltt New York
correspondent." t the newspaper
aau mat toe tjueen win leave
for Canada Tarly In October and
then arrive at Jamestown,: Va.,
for settlement celebrations there
.Oct. 16.
Following the Jamestown Yisit
the Queen and Prince Phillip
will be the guests of President
and Mrs.-Eisenhower In Wash Washington
ington Washington for three days, the paper
said.
I Having troub! with
' your tor washing?
From Wednesday the 12th
n at l:M fJL
; your problems will
i ,be over
I OPENING OF
AUTO BAfiO, S. A.
' Oa the
Traastirthmiasi Highway
, EAK SCARS
taiaatea t waah
yar ar!

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms., hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
.room with own bath, wathtubi,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further detail call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-menti,
menti, apart-menti, "Edificio Deveaux,"
Street, El Cangrejo, next to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panami. See caretaker en
premises. Miguel -Hire, Phono
3-4844.
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bod-room
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment, all conveniences, North A-'
morican neighbors, $50. Via Es Es-pana
pana Es-pana 82nd Street No. 48. Phono
3-0471. I
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Furnished or unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New Alhambra Apartments.
Telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT Furnished modern,
apartment, two bedrooms, two
baths for two months. Rent
$130. Cangrajo. Calle 3-6932,
4 to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment
oho bedroom,) dining room, par par-lor,
lor, par-lor, and balcony. 48th St.: No.
23," Apt. No. 2.
FOR RENT: Apartment, living,
dining room and one: bedroom
kitchen. Via fspena, Parous Le Le-fevre).
fevre). Le-fevre). Phone 3-1209.
FOR RENT: Famished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dininf
room, spacious, enclosed porch,
pantry and kitchen. To responsi responsible
ble responsible person. For 5 months. Tale Tale-phone
phone Tale-phone 3-5649.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, hot water,
large dining and living room, se separate
parate separate maid's room with bath,
garage, unfurnished, in high cool
locality, all screened, with bal-
Cony, in El Cangrejo. Telephoned
oHico hours, 3-0321.
f OR RENT i Very nicely
aished two-bad room apartment,
Rear Panama Hotel and Via la la-.
. la-. pafta. Call 3-3884. i
Uncle Of Murdered
Italian Beauty
Under "Legal fire..,
ROME). June 10 (XTP wn.
Montesri uncle Giusenn
possible jail sentences of two or
more years was expected today
to come under heavy pressure to
any wnai ne was doing on the day
on which hif niece was last seen
alive four years ago.
Giuseppe Montesi has hddin
cused of criminal sla
employes of his printing shop
whom he accused of lying In con connection
nection connection with an alihi ha
During the mammoth Venice tri--al
into the death nf tha .k.i.'
Mn,.- 1 u KV'JT
ymuij wDose aeatn rocked
the nation, Montesi gave two ali alibis,
bis, alibis, both of which were fir oven
Brazil, Germany ;
Soccer Teams Tie
MUENSTER,. Germany, June 10
(UP) The Brazilian football team
Bonsucesso of Jtio de Janeiro last
night tied two two with the local
Preussen team in an exhibition
match. ,1.. j.,.
At half-time the score was one one-one.
one. one-one. The South American visitors, at
earuer matcn last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at Mannheim, thrilled the
spectators with their excellent ball
treatment, interspersed with artis artistic
tic artistic soloist performances.
The Brazilians over long stretch stretches
es stretches had built up field superiority.
However, the Muenster side threw
everybody into the detenu han
danger loomed and thwarted sev several
eral several fine-Brazilian scoring oppor-'
tunities. vy I
6 DAYS LEFT
FOR
FATHER'S DAY

I

LRAVB YOUR AD

Snm tniPIrfr" O.UB OFFICES AT 13-ST -IT STREET, PANAMA- LIBRER1 A FBECIADO T Street U. 1 A6ENCIA!
.SSiS1 -NiLLot.t' ff f CASAJEAUJO Central Ave. 4S LOUKDtS PH ARM AC Y-J82 L Carrasqullla FARMACIA. LOM
"B'' Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. a J St. a i.f.wis SFRVirv. tiw.ii v a ciRMirrt risi anns UNinoA 14S Central Ave

INTERNAL. DE
BARDO No. 28 "B'' Street
I 1S4 Central Avenue
tha'aSf "vtTTli 8?"t S' B
we tMua vista iBeatre.,Jl,i4 k. .t,
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Convertible Cadil Cadillac.
lac. Cadillac. 1951,: with radio,' whitawall
tires and A-1 condition through-.,
out for only $1500.' Call from
a.m. to 5 p.m. i.lMI or I I-3341.
3341. I-3341. Arfer 5 a.m. 3-3069.
.FOR SALE. 1955 4-dr. Dodge
(Kingsway).. Phone 3-1322,
House 8548, Margarita.
J FOR SALE: 195 1 Studabaker
Champion, good motor, radio;'
heater, $325. Call Balboa 6389.
FOR SALE: .1951 ; Ford like like-new.
new. like-new. 1950 ; Hudson duty paid. ;,;
Bargain. Phone 2-1235.
FOR SALE; 1956 Ford Fair Fair-lane,
lane, Fair-lane, excellent condition, $1,850
(Curundu credit). Phones Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, office 86-3155.
FOR SALE: 1949. Ford Coupe.
' Clean, good working condition,
good ; tires, $285.00. Tel. AU
brook 3208 or 3185.
FOR SALE: ; Station wagon,
1 957 v Chevrolet "210", 7000
miles, $1800, 0277-A, Gamboa,
t Photo lA6T.itt,
FOR SALE: 1 949 Ford 4-door.
radio, good condition, $350,
0420-B. Aneon, 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet '2-
door sedan, very good condition,
$375. Phone 2-1833 (Los
Rios). . x-
FOR SALE: 19.52 Lincoln 4-dr.
Capri, new tires and battery, new new-paint,
paint, new-paint, $895. 702-J, Locona,
Phone Navy 3517.
FOR SALE: Model A Ford,
1956 Plymouth, lot extras,
$1600. Trade for older car.
2524-A, Cocoli, Phone 3077.
FOR SALE: Cash, reason trip,
1955 Chevrolet, power glide,
two-tone, two doors, 7000 miles.
Albright, Phone 1477. Colon.
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A.
Packers I Shippers Movers
Phone 2245 1 2-2562
. i learn Riding at t'
j PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
(Riding $ Jumping Clatse daily
i to $ .., phone 2-2451
! 1 tor by appeinrmant.
i LIFE INSURANCE r
i call
JIM RIDGE k r
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
tot rates and Information
TeL fanama M195S
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 6
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tel. Fanama 3-3272.
DAVID-BOQUETE
EXCURSION
SUNDAY, JUNE 2S
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
TeL Pan. 2-1661
Nw canon
CAMBMAai
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
ffcxlunifa
Ll.ltllll ..V
Panami N. Xork Colon
LIBERAL
TRA0E.INS
' on any
! USED
REFRIGERATOR
s ,,: for our
? 1957 Frigidaire
? Refrigerator 1957
! '.;. CALL TODAY
j BRANCH
t ECONOCAS
BRANQI
TeL t-UZS TItU Ave. 11-71
Electricity Kills;
Barefoot. Driller
WEST PALM BEACH. Tl. June
10 (UP) Ralph Mitchell Baker.'
22, was electrocuted Friday when,
He attempted to operate an e:ec-
tne drill while standing barefoot barefooted
ed barefooted '.on a concrete floor.

HOUSEHOLD rxmiNRr i. a-

ARSACIA W BATURBO Parque IXevre
, v. t, ,
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE; 1 955 Chevrolet
- Hardtop with powarglide to
highest offer. Green 9x12 light
' rug. 1 2 Venetian blind, Balboa
2-6316. j
FOR SALE: Pekingnesa ; dogs.
92nd St. and 2nd Avenue No.'
108. Phone 3-0441. (
FOR SALE i Complete Core drill
equipment NX core. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-7124, between 2-5 p.m.
TOY FOX TERRIER PUPEIES.
A.K.C. registered. 4 males, six
weeks old, Lively, intelligent,
beautifully- marked, tail bobbed.
$75. Phone Ft. Kobbe'6276.
FOR SALE: Heath Kit' TV
sweep generator, completely as assembled
sembled assembled $40; Thayer play pen,
excellent condition, $10. 0420 0420-B,
B, 0420-B, Ancen, 2-3651.
FOR SALE 21 -inch Philce tel television,
evision, television, complete with outdoor
antenna $150; 2 500x16 tires,'
new, $10 each. Call 6146 Al-
' brook, after 3:30.
CZtlggstit h
(Contraned- trom V$n X
inon residents of the Canal Zone.
Mr.. Crook was 'married tn the
former Phyllis Hersh, whose fathr
er was at one time. Electrical En
gineer for The Panama CimL
Xhey have a son, Michael, 18. who
was graduated from Balboa High
acnooi last Wednesday, and twins,
Douglas and Phyllis, 15. A sister,
irs. xvye worns, jives in Cristo Cristobal;
bal; Cristobal; a nephew, Hugh Norris, is E E-conomist
conomist E-conomist for The Canal organiza
tion., s. X ,, ,:
In his message ordering that
flags be flown at half mast on
Wednesday, the Governor made
the following- remarks: "The nu-
omely death of Wilson H. Crook
took from the Panama Canal or organization
ganization organization one of its key person personnel.
nel. personnel. The loss will be keenly felt
in our official family as indeed it
will in all walks of Jifejn the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, t i
' "I was deeply concerned by
hie, sudden Illness and hi, death
meant the low of a clot person
al friend whose personal qualia
,tis hadny deep-admiration, r
'Mr. Crook established an en
viable record with the Canal, ris
ing by Jus own ability irom one of
the' lowest jobs to one pi the high highest
est highest rank; I had the neatest re
spect for his business acumen, bis
personal integrity, and his con consuming
suming consuming desire to further the best
interests of the Company r Govern
ment., '.....!"'. f );
... ... t .-''..';'-.
TTie outstahdintr record achlpv
ed by him is an example of the
u:u : i a .
uiu (iruiesaiunai sou personal ao ao-ilities
ilities ao-ilities that have .made the Canal
organization one of the imt re
spected in the world.
"In behalf of the entire Canal
organization, I extend sympathy to
an memoers of Mr. crook's fami family,
ly, family, many of whom are lone-time
resiriahta nf tha Pinal Tnna
Baghdad Conspiracy
Report Arouses Ire
Of Syrian Prefer
DAMASCUS, Syria, June 10
(UP) Syrian Premier Sabir As
sail said today that "all Bag Bagdad
dad Bagdad pact conspiracies against
Syria will meet with failure."
He was commenting to report
ers on press reports alleging that
tne. pacts recent council meet meeting
ing meeting in Karachi "discussed plans
to change the present Syrian re regime."
gime." regime." ., ..
Assail said; "An conspiracies
by the Bagdad pact imperialis
tic allies against Syria or Egypt
will meet with failure because
both -'Arab powers are resolved
to carry on their common ob objectives
jectives objectives regardless of what .ob .obstacles
stacles .obstacles are placed Vfore them."
1 1

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LANCASTER aa the Ralnnaikee refk, tooth, big big-fisted
fisted big-fisted gov he wants U tear the wrle1 apart and put it
Urrtbrr aialn bis way no mmaUer what! HEPBURN her
mast tremendous performance... it's the crowing glory of
tir-r crest career. She's the wwnis s tried to tasne the
Rainmaker! See "THE RAIXMAKFR," irUrriaig Bart Larw Larw-rater
rater Larw-rater and Kalharine Hr-nsrrrt tn VrrtaYbtion ana Tebr4l Tebr4l-eelor
eelor Tebr4l-eelor which OFt.NS ON HtDNESDAT li AT THE CENTRAL.

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I Street FARMAC1A "SAS" Via Penas 1U NOVEDADES ATUIS -. Beside
. ,v .-a s' 1 f V ,

Home Articles
FOR SALE: (Call Balboa 2 2-i
i 2-i 2443 1 West inghouse refrigers refrigers-tor,
tor, refrigers-tor, 9 eu. ft., in good condition,
? 25-cydV Bendix washing ma ma-.chine,
.chine, ma-.chine, automatic, 25-cycle; stu studio
dio studio couch," dresser; 2 metal beds
.with mattress; vanity; 3 lamps
(floor); Venetian blinds; side sideboard
board sideboard (metal). ; s '
FOR SALE: Two Simmons twin
beds, coil springs $15. 64)0,
Los Rios. . f,
. FOR SALE: Mahogany dining
teom table and 4 chairs $25.
: 752-0, Balboa Road. Phone 2 2-2408.
2408. 2-2408.
FOR SALE-rPiano; eak dining
table! Quartermaster beds, desk,
miscellaneoutA items. 2 1698
Balboa. 1
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Johnson 30-hp.'
-' outboard, new' condition,, never
used in salt water, $325. Bal.
2-3325 after 4 p.m. .',

Agricult

To Plan RP Credit Conference

Arriving from' Havana today
will be Dr. Edwin C. Johnson, as
sistant deputy director of the
arm Credit Administration; in
Washington. D.. C. to, assist with
the planning of an international con
ference on agricultural credit to
be held, in Panama in .Movepiber,
Johnson,, who is on special de
tail to Punto Cuatro as consultant
for thisconference, has consider
able experience in preparing pro programs
grams programs for similar conferences, hav
ing assisted with the First Interna International.
tional. International. Panel of Experts on Supervised-Agricultural-Credit
in Asun
cion, Paraguay,- in December,
1953, with the Far East Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural CrediUWorkshop; held in1 the
Philippines in 1956, and with the
Latin- America Area. Agriculture
Conference, held in San-Joieoi-ta
Rica in July 1956.'
-This conference, which, Is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the International Cooper Cooperation
ation Cooperation Administration, or Punto Cua
tro as' it.; is generally known Tin
Panama. Minister ". of Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry, Victor
M. Navas has offered hia full sun
port and Mario de Diego, general
manager of the instituto de r omen
Albrook Surgeon
fells 01 Teniidnj ;
Inltocal FligWsr ;
The Flight Surgeon Xoo;s at
tha Route": was the title of a -re
search oaoer Presented y bVt : Dr
Hamilton B- Webb. Caribbean. Air
Command Surgeon, at the Aero-
Medical Association annual meet
ine in -Denver recently. t f
Dr. Webb and bis staff have
been studying the effects of f ying
in Central and South American on
aircrews of the Caribbean Air
Command for the oast two years,
He illustrated the hieh sports of
his presentation witlr colored slides
of South America. -s
The Aero-Medical Association, Is
a special socirtv on-a viaurm. oi
the American Medical Association.
Over 1.000 flieht surgeons, from
the United States and many for
eign' countries, both civil and mil'
itary, attended the meeting,
halrl in Denver.
Dr, Webb's research aaalyied the
problems of tensions, w e a t h r,
climate and altitude on the pilots
flying on this- area.
Also duringf he meetintf, Webb
conducted a two-hour seminar ,on
this 'subject with students ft m
the advancer course of the TJSAF
School of Aviation Medicln-. from
Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.

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SERVICES
"PANAMA 2-4616 IS THE
'NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV-'
- ICE. Call before 7 p.m.- for same :
: day service. Local calls $2.50.
Also radio!': hi-fi and general
electronic reoairs.
r4-
BAHIA'S SALOON (Bar & Res.;
-' taurant) -Presents every .night,1'
except Mondaytwo floor Shows. ;
at 9:30 and 12:30 a.m. Their.
production. "Carnival at the Ba-.
".: hia'.'. J beautiful show, with
: Constantino, Sonia Zuleta, Gla- '.
,. dy, Mitre and Two-Gun Smokey..
Regular, price with ne cover v
Charge and air. conditioner Ba-
hia's Saloon on' Bnlboa Avenue, f:
. Panama.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
' ; CHEAPEST EDUCATION AVAIL-
ABLE! Rent a TV only pennies,
per day: Call 2-2374.

ure Expert Due Today
Tit' m .it.

to Economic,' has also offered the
valuable services of the agency
wmcn he directs. 1
1 V Technical assistance In agri agricultural
cultural agricultural credit and in ceopera
fives In Panama is a joint acti activity
vity activity of Punto Cvatre and the Ins Institute
titute Institute de Foments, Economic and
Is an important o hits of the
broad program in agriculture be. U
ing carried en in Panama.'
Assisting Johnson during his stav
in Panama will be Wilrireri d. Pur.
dy, agricultural-credit specialist oi
runto vuatro u Panama, attach
ed as technical advisor to the Ins
tituto de Fomento Economico. -.-
Delegates from all the Latin A-
merican countries will be invited
by (he- Panamanian government to
participate .in Collaboration w i t h
Panto ua4ro.juMthis international
comerence: on, aaricuiiurai credit.
The conference will orovide an. ex
cellent opportunity to- demonstrate
tne "progress that F an ama has
made, in agricultural" and cooDera
tive credit under the. Instituto de
Fomento Economico. I
I This conference will also make
possible an ,exehange of informa
tion on successful methods t and
experiences in the development and
operation of successful agricultur
Former G I Gets i t
(Continued Xrbm irate It
6 '. jv 'r k ? i ,"v .-V':
back to Curundu and reported to
,k: ia: - :(
wo muiiari"- auuioriuea. - a
I had no intention of enterine
(be room, to steal the camera,1; he
told the Judge in his own delense.
1 tVot are not accused of steal
ing a camera, said Demin.
, "But I don't think I am guitty
oi loitering. 1 was there at some
one's; Invitation.'' j 'y..
Said the Judge: "Loitering
means hanging around. You've
boon doing that since early this
year, hanging around places
where you have no authorisation
to be." ,- ;. (
- A police office submitted" two
reports to the Judge which point
er out mat the former GI had been
soliciting- money from various
cnurcn groups, and fraternal or
ganizations on the Zone. Earlv
this year he faced the Magistrate
on a vagrancy charge. He was
picked up in front of the- Port
Captain's Building in Balboa that
time, and on his -claim that he
was looking for work there, the
Judge found him not guilty.
" Since then. Voetker has not been
employed. He claims to have a
cedula and permission to live in
Panama with hit Panamanian
wife, who appeared in court to
day. V . -' '-
In sentencing the American, de
fendant, Deming remarked: -If
it weren't for the fact that
yon had interfered with the wom woman
an woman who was on the phote, I would
have given yo a different sent
ence. But I feel that action show
ed your guilt," ...
'When the Judge t told Voelk Voelk-that
that Voelk-that he had tne right to appeal
the 10 day lad sentence, the de
fendant replied: A
1 II take the ten days."
French Bases
Established
InAntarctic
PARIS. June 19 (UP) Vro
French bases are now establish established
ed established la the Antarctic area and are
preparing to exchange reports
wim similar American and Rus Russian
sian Russian expeditions during the In International
ternational International Geophysical Tear
beginning July L
The main French base Is in
Adelle Land and tha second base
is lot) miles inland.

Lesson

, Spanish classes, conversation,
' given, by experienced teacher.
Call evenings, Mrs. Scott, 3 3-0782.
0782. 3-0782. t r i,
" r" -
WANTSDi Venetian blinds,
for' -porch of Barncrbuy Prado
type building. In fair condiiton.
Balboa 2-4413.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Dependable house
keeper, must be able to cook.
8027-C Second St., Margarita.,
al credit institutions,; capable of
meeting the problems ; associated
with rural credit. ;
Emphasis will be' placed on
those methods which have succeed succeeded,
ed, succeeded, in- helping the smaller farmers
on whom most Latin ; American
countries depend for the m a i o r
part, or their local food production
ana tnevaeveiopment oi tneir nat natural
ural natural resources.- f

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TESTERDAT" AFTERNOON.-. Major General Salvador Noya,
Commander in-Chief of the Peruvian Air Force (left), and his
assistant Colonel RJcardo Vigil (right)- arrived at Albrobk Air
Force Ease to witness-:the graduation exercises XJf the USAF
School for Latin America to be held Thursday.eneral Noya
was greeted by Colonel, Paul A. Zartman, Chief; of Staff,
fix Caribbean Air Command. Official USAF Photo)
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ABBOTT and COSTELLO BAT
OUT LAUGH AFTER LAUGH!

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" Tha"t any comedy team. Bud Abbott and Lou CosteUo,
who haven't made a movie in too long a time, are back on
"tha screen walloping out laukh after laugh in their newest
' comedy, -Dance With Me, Henry," which OPENS TOMOR TOMORROW
ROW TOMORROW AT THE LUX. "DANCE WITH ME, HENRY" marks a
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5 ROME. June 10 (UPJA par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary committee met today
to check an apparent confidence
- tote miscount which could top

' ; pie rremier; Aaaiie tiuuo wiw

flav-01d government anaaoice

'Italy into premature general.
, lections.,.
The 16-man committee of tne
Chamber of Deputies will make
, formal recount of -. Friday's
confidence rote which endorsed
ZoU as premier. The committee
- will announce iU Jindlhgs tor
jmorrow,, i, f r
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"recount would show two- aepu.

' ties were recorded as abstaining

wnen tney aciuaiiy- voiea a a-'
' a-' .gainst ZoU In the s confidence

ter

i This would raise the majority
' Zoli needed to pass the test from

8 to 282 votes,

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democrats and the right-wing

Monarchists totalled 281 i
tare majority- under' the origin

aj count but one too little under

a miscount. 1
j ZoU won technical confort-

"nble majority of 305 Totes,, but
24 of these were .-'nee-Fascist

, votes -which he had promised
cot to-accept. '-y
y '-y Political leaders expected Zoli

2-once condemned to death by

Mussolini's Fascists to resign

rather: than reverse his promise
; s .arm infj v nfflAit u-.unn l. J- t.hu

' itrengto f ot the neo-Fasdsts

votes. i ...'
The likely "result of the pre.
taler's fall would be general elec

. lions this autumn, half a year

ahead or scneauie.

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PANAMA,: R. P., MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1957

FITS CENT

Suez

Crisis

Justified UN's

President Plans To S ii:!: Vc

In Decision Japs .W ill Tnr GirorcJ

WASHINGTON, June 10 (UP).

Tr C., Relihan
Acting Manager. ;
Of Com rriy Division
' T. O. Relihan; Superintendent

f the General Product Branch

f the .Commissary Division, will
act as General Manager of the
i Commissary -and Service Center
Division during; the absence of
1 R. L. Sullivan.

m Sullivan began leave of ab ab-,
, ab-, aence Monday and plans' to join
his family jtnvfchej United States

curing uiy. t vr : WK,

Existence; US Envoy Avers

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., June
10 (UP) If the United Nations

does nothing; more in its entire
existence, Its success in averting
a major, war during last fall's

Suez crisis 'more than 'Justifies

the effort and expense put Into

the organization, VS. Ambassa

dor Henry capot Lodge said yesterday.

Lodge spoke during the com

mencement exercises of Williams

College, at which he received an

honorary doctorate of laws.

la the Hungariaa crisis, he
said, the best that could be
done by the : UJi. was not
enough and although Commu Communism
nism Communism was dealt a "body blow"
by the condemnation of Rus
sla's "brutality 1 Hungary,
"neither the U.N.' nor the U.S.
was able to liberate the tor tortured
tured tortured Hungariaa people.'.'

"But the inability of the Unit

ed-Nations or the United

Statesto liberate Hungary does

not mean that there is a dou double
ble double standard of morality at the
U.N.. he said. "The UJ4. has a

single moral standard, embodied
in the charter."

"The United States Is power

ful, the U.N. is influential, but it

is not a super-government and
it cannot make its will immedi immediately
ately immediately effective against the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union any more than It
would be able to do so against
the United States.
"lt has to face the realities of
power in the world. Among those
realities, u the fact that the. So Soviet
viet Soviet Union Is' one of the world's
two greatest military powers and

that it is totally callous to mor moral
al moral values.
"The U-Ncan no more Change
that tact in the short run that
a mountain climber can change
the height of Mt. Everest. .
As far as the United States

and the Soviet Union are con

cerned, the UN. must depend

on their voluntarily acting in
a just manner. Inasmuch as

Justice is a virtue unknown to
the Communist mind, we can cannot
not cannot have justice in "the entire

Work Stalled On Key Measures
Due For Congressional Action

WASHINGTON. June 10 (UP)

Action on major legislation in

Congress lay dormant as of tnis

morning, as key measures bogf

eed down In committee or paus

ed f qr additional data. The gen
eral status follows: :

CIVIL RIGHTS: ; House con

tlnues debate next week on ra

cial rights bill. : Companion

measure, still in Senate com

mittee.. ";. :-

SCHOOLS: Five-year, $1,500,

000.000 school aid bill still a

waits clearance by House Rules

Committee. No Senate action

pending.

HOUSING: senate House

conferees seeking agreement on

compromise Billion dollar-plus

housing expansion program.'

I STATEHOOD: House Interior

uommiuee nas approved Aiai Aiai-kaa
kaa Aiai-kaa statehood. Action pending
ia -1 eemmlttees on Hawaiian
statehood. --'

Ike Proclaims June 14 Flag Day,v
Urges Show Of Stars And Stripes

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The tltt on the United Ststes

will be flown Friday from all pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie buildings and other appropriate
plsees in the Canal Zone in honor

of the 180th anniversary of the a a-doption
doption a-doption of the flag by the Conti Continental
nental Continental Congress. )
Governor W. E. Potter called at attention
tention attention of United States citizens
living in the Canal Zone to the
proclamation issued by President
Eisenhower asking all citizens to

observe Flag Day and urging that
the flax be disp'ayed on public
buildin". ?i homes and ether suit-

Die places.
The fieaiilent's proclamation fol
lows:

."Whereas June 14. 1857, marks

the one hundred and eiehtleth an.

niversary of the adoption by the
Continental .Congress of the flag

of the United States of America;

and
"Whereas this banner has be.

come the svmbol of our freedom

and unity as a Nation, our way of

life as a people, and the principles
which have guided as throughout

Our history; and

"Where I we have adopted the

custom of observing June 14 each

year with ceremonies designed to
commemorate the birth of our
flag and to demostrate our grati gratitude
tude gratitude for the blessings we enjoy as
American eitizens: and
"Whereas the Congress, by a
joint resolution approved August 3,
1049 (63 Stat. 492), has designated
June 14 of each year as Flag Day

and has requested the President to
issue annually a proclamation call calling
ing calling for its observance:
"Now, thwfo-e. I, Dwight D. Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, President of the Un' -Ststes
of America, do hereby call

upon the appropriate officials of

the f ederal Government, and

State and local officials to ar

range for the display of the flag1 of
our Republic on all public buildings

on Flag Day, June 14, 1957; ana i
urge the people to display our col

ors at their homes or other suit

able places on that day, and to re recall
call recall whenever they see the flag
the privileges and responsibilities

of citizenship symbolized by the

Stars and Stripes."

Little League

Boys 4; Girls 4

Eight babies were born; In Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during the week

ending at midnight Wednesday,

according to the regular hospi

tal report. During that period 70

patients were admitted ana 01

discharged.

Babies were bora to the fol

lowing United States citizens:

A-3c and Mrs. Rlcardo Plnzon, of
Colon, son: Mr. and Mrs. Rich

ard Danlelson. of Gatun, daugh

ter: 6P-3 and Mrs. Chad wick

Raines, of Coco Sollto. daughter;

CdL and Mrs, John Glazier, of

coco Sollto. son: Sgt. and Mrs.

James Melton, of Coco 8ollto,

daughter.

Babies were born to the fol

lowing citizens: Mr. and Mrs. 81

moa Andrade, of Coioa, son- Mr.
and Mrs. Au gusto Brown, of Co

lon, daughter; and Mr. and Mrs.
Aurelio Parra, of Brazos Heights,

Weather Or Not

I Tomorrow Tuesday ot

. tfio Central, for the last

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Midnight Express
Crashes Hear Rome

ROME. June 10 (UP) About

40 persons were injured least

when a crowded express tram
trained at SO miles per hour bite ;
a shuttling engine m midnight
darknets was tnaa two miles

from Rome cemetery.

Several of the 171 passengers of
the Aacoaa-Rome expres jump jumped
ed jumped from traia windows fat panic
fter the crash at the suburban

TuburtiBi statioa.

Aabulances with eresmlng si- v

rcss rushed the t injured pas-:

engeri and raimaysaea to bpt bpt-tals.
tals. bpt-tals. Doctors said three of them

appeared ia serieos eooditioa.

The Aocona-Kene express, one
hour behind schedule, iu speed

ing ia oa taat same track at X
mph ia aa effort to irtii pari
of tht time kwt. It collided fcead-

wiih Ue ecgine.

OAS: House Commerce Com

mlttee continues hearings on
natural gas pricing bill, senate

action postponed until next year.'

, DEFENSE: Senate action pend

lng on House-passed $33 billion

dollar, defense appropriation.

. POSTAL: House vote pending

on bill to Increase postage rates

462 million dollars a year. Pas

sage expected. Senate approval

aouptrul.
- : .A

WAGE: Bills to extend dollar-

an-hour national minimum wage

to 0 million more workers pend
inir in committees.

LAND GRAB: Senate Interior

Committee expected to report

soon House-passed .bill to curb

military land wlthdrawwals.

MERGERS; House action
pending on bill requiring ad advance
vance advance notice to government oa
mergers involving 10 million
dollars or more. 1- J- 4
' 1 ' s
DISABILITY: House Judiciary.

Committee continues considera

tion of i presidential disability

bills, v 'f;

' BANKS: House action pend

ing on Senate-passed bill to
modernize federal banking laws.

PENSIONS: House action

pending on Senate-passed bill to
grant former presidents $25,000-a-year
retirement pay.

Work Brigades
Started
New Nation

world or in the entire U.N
so long as we have Communism.

5 "The U.N. cannot compel the
Soviet Union to act in any Jorum

to mobilize world opinion against

Soviet Injustice. There is much

In our experience to show that

over the years these mobiliza

tions have some effect, and we

shall nersevere W tnem." ;

"in the case of Egypt, Nthe

U.N., thanks to the civilized re

spect for: world opinion shown

by Britain, France and Israel, a

cnievea a conspicuous success m

causing the world to take a turn

away from war.

."If the U.N. never does an

other thins in its whole exis

tence, this one achievement will
have more than justified the

expense and the trouble that we

have put into n..:.

The case or Britain, France

and Israel is radically different

(from that of. Russia in. Hunga

ry) The way In which they

heeded world opinion reflects

treat credit on them and reflects

the fact that they are on a high higher
er higher plane of civilization,,.

, i Y. i mi. :

ACCRA. Ghana. June Id (UP)

The government of this new

ly-independent African nation
Diana to set tin national work

brigades to work on government

projects and cut down mush mushrooming
rooming mushrooming unemployment.
' Membership in the work brig brigades
ades brigades will be voluntary and ooen

to all men up to 45 years of age. word puzzles, died Friday.

Alfred L Casline
Dies AI Gofgas 1

Afler Long Illness

Alfred L. Castine, airways oper operation
ation operation specialist with the Civil Ae Aeronautics
ronautics Aeronautics Administration,' died at
Gorgss Hospital at 4:45 a.m. Mon Mon-dav
dav Mon-dav after a long illness.. He iwss

49 yesrs old. ,
i A native of Indiana,. Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, Castine had been en the Isth

mus since 1937 when be was dis discharged
charged discharged from: active service with

the U.S. Army. From 1937 to 1945

he was employed here with the
Press Wireless Service : of New

York. ?

, He joined thr C1VU Aeronautics
Administration in 1945. !i: '
Surviving him is his sister, Mrs.

Lillian Moore, of Mineral r Point,

Pennsylvania:
. Funeral services will be an
nounced later. X

president Eisenhower s e e s no

choice but to "stick to is guns on

tne Oirard case, it was learned

authoritative today. v 1

Louis (rirard. older brother of

embattled GI William S. Girard.

sped here aboard the Pennsylva

nia railroad's "Uberty Limited"

train from Ottawa, 111., in a bid
for a face-to-face appeal to Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower not to let his brother be tri--ed
by a Japanese court.
The older Girard, '. accompanied
by his wife Shirley, carried ,325
protest petitions, siened hv ilmmt

7,000 persons protesting the U.S.

oecision to, let Japan try the 21-year-old
Army specialist whose
case has aroused an international
furore.
Eisenhower wss rerirexehteri

taking the position that thi iTnif.

ea, states Has made its decision to

turn WilKa m over to Japan for

ujaf uu uas eiveu iis wora as a

I r

. SP.S WILLIAM GIRARD

nattion and cannot renege how.
j The "Girard :cae may be head

ed for' a major court test in this

country over .'confidential' govern government
ment government documents. I ;'

WANTS TO BE WITH HER CHILDREN Mt Mrs. Dorothy Gir'
ard, mother of U.S. Army Specialist ,3ic-William GirardJ21,l

who la scheduled "to- go on trial In a Japanese court on i t il
manslailPhtr rharsp' Ptnhrare hpr snn Tniiia in t.hplrf nmd

at Ottawa, 111., after returning from the State IHospital In
;.: Peoria, whert she had been a voluntary patient, 1 urs, Girard
?y. decided that she- woul4 f'be better off" with her children..
vThe- United Press was Informed men! to "show cause tomoror:
the government jvill, move in fed- why, Girard should, not be return return-eral
eral return-eral district court ihere tomorrow ed from Japan.- r
to .quash subpenas obtained by Gi- ' ?
rafd's defense attorneys calling ""f ' 1

nrnduMinn in -rniirt of

records in xne case, ; r-- .w'
Instead the., government will pre

sent -affidavits' containing o tt 1 y

statements of law and facts in the
cas. '-r'V
These will be turned over to fed

eral Judee Joseph C. McGarra

ghy who-has ordered the govern-

Word Puzzle
Originator
Dies At 85
St '. -1- .; .... 'i

' NEW1 YORK Mrs. Elizabeth
Seelman Kingsley,- 85, originator

of the Kingley "Double -Crostic

Put Body jii Pressure Cooker Brain
In Qeep Freeze; You II Live i Longer

o

TUNBRIDGK WELLS, Eni

me 10 (UP) Put your body in
"pressure cooker" and your

brain in partial deep freeze and
add 20 years to your life, a Brit

ish doctor .has recommended.

The Reynolds News reported

today that Dr Erie St. John Ly

burn has devised a system for

prolonging life that he has rec

ommended for use la Britain's
socialized medicine clinics.

Dr. Lyburn's system Involves

subjecting the body to Intense

heat while keeping a cool head.

According to the Reynolds

News,' the patient Is placed in
what the physician calls his

pressure cooker." The body Is

steamed at 142 degrees. ,

The patient s bead is enclosed

In another compartment, separ separated
ated separated from the sweat box by a
collar of ice. The temperature in
the head compartments Is kept
at a cold 17 degrees. . ,-
Dr. Lyburn reports -. that 20
minutes of the hot-and-cold
treatment adds from 10 to 20
years to a man's life.
'The 52-year-old v Dublln-bom

doctor said 17JS00 persons have
received his treatment during
the last five years and scores of

universities, hospitals, clinics

both sides of the Iron Curtain

have asked for- descriptions of

the system. ,-.,

Dr. Lyburn. contend, however.

that the British Medical Asso

ciation is "afraid of something
new."

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TOP SPELLERS COMPETE i This .whs the scene in the De-,
partment of Commerce auditorium in Washington of the
30th annual National Spelling Bee, sponsored by Scrlpps-How-

ard newspapers.' in,' this picture, Leslie

Chicago; Is spelling,

Jensen, .representing

The pronouneer ; ls Benson S. Alleman
(center of stage). v. i ;,

Girls Will Spend

On School, Tcelh

WASHINGTON. June 10 (UP)

Two top-notch girl spellers

.60-30
TODAY!

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ins Champlonshln Jo Washing

ton. Sandra Owen of, Navarre,
Ohio, and Dana Bennett of Den

ver. Colorado, used p tne juag

es 630-word list plus a special
11 -word supplementary list Both

tlris will get a first prize of
$1,000 In cash, a trophy eiro and

a wekeend trio to New York.

The winners Dana Bennet and

Sandra Owens planned today to
1 ie their priz money for fur further
ther further education and, teeth
straightening. -.
! Dana, 13. from Denver. Colo.,
land Sandra. 14. from Navsn-e,

Ohio, tied for top honors Ftl Ftl-darin
darin Ftl-darin the ouehe5t soelUne- fl-

ni since the contests began In
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' The end came after ludees had
'used ro their. official 830-word
list and 11 words on a special
supplementary list.
j Both rirls tripped tip on the
! word "schsppe," which means. a
silk scarf, and contest officials
decided to declare It a draw. It
was the second time the bee,
sponsored by the Fcripps-How-sxd
Newspapers, ended In a tie.

: DuU winners in 1850 were Di

sea Reytrd of Clerelmnd
Colquitt Dean of Atlaxts,

Ingrid, Rwsellinl ;
WillSlzga Second
SiciHEiHt Ifqneidc
i TAORMINA, Italy, Jun 10
(UP) Ingrld Bergman and Ro-

Deno Kossemni wm nave a sec-

have tied for the National SPeUJond honeymoon" In Sicily that

wm quasn rumors 01 an impend impending
ing impending divorce, reliable sources said
here today. :
These sources said the movie
couple, "artistically split" by
news reports of RosseUinl's ro romance
mance romance with an Indian beautv.

will choose Sicily for the site of
their reunion .in memory of the
passionate days of eight years

ago when they fell In love dur

ing the shooting of their li.ni,

Strombou." -.
Reliable sources said a wealthy

Sicilian Industrialist friend of
the pair will lend them his villa
oa Taormina's Mazzaro Beach,

12,000 Refugees
Will Spend Year
In Austria
; VIENNA. June 10 CCP)? '-

12.000 Hun srartan refugees

still be in Austria at the er.d c:
the current year, a Mir''ry C
Interior spokesman s:d la;t
week.
Karl Grubhofer, serr''-- r'.
state at the ministrv. 5? i ;
also are 110. 000 c;5: rA r
mm -h(T were In A;;"::j i;

andithe Hunearlan up; i
ilast Octobet,

Last Day! w .75 .--.4O
, 2:40, A:i5, 6j40, 9:00 p.m.

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WEDNESDAY

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PLUNDER!
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