The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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, ,h . PANAMA, B.- r.,' TUESDAY, JgNfi ll, 1957 ' u'i)',' a ' I T m 1 4 , ; v ((t imd.-J

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Headless Froq

Case Enshrouded
n Heavy Secrecy

CHICHESTER, England, June
UP) British .police-; en
shrouded th case 01 the head
Jess iroeman in, wartime secre
cy today on direct orders from
; the government of Prime Minis
ter Harold Macmiiian.
. .There were hints the U.S. Na Navy
vy Navy might be Involved- r- 1
A day and tiight -guard was
mounted at the mortuary where
the body lay and a, coroner's, W";
quest tailed for I p.m. was ex expected
pected expected to adjourn immediately
without.' statement,:,, v',- j$-Hr'
, The body- was generally be
lieved to be that of former Navy
frogman Lionel. (Buster) Grabb,
a naval hero who disappeared
beneath the Soviet cruiser ord'
zhonikid2e- during last year's Ni
kita v Khrushchev and Nikolai
Buleanin visit.
i Mrs. Margaret Crabb. 43-year-J
old ex-wife of the'Jioyai wavy
commander, was summoned to
QwcnV Prince, Philip
Accept Did To Visil
US This fen ('
. ... .V ,. i. .. .- ...
Qurrn LliZabLiiiTTTiuaTrince Tbi-
lip have accepted an invitation 10
- visit the United" States in October,
It .was learned today.-...
A simultaneous announcement
Washington and London of .the
r Visit had been expected, momenta
;Tiiy.'- : '' -'',:' .'
-1 There' hacf beenv a report that

the visit would be announced this
j, morning in simultaneous announce

ments from Washington. ; ana Lon London,
don, London, However.' a later- message

f rom London cabled" lot a pi t t-ponement
ponement t-ponement of the announcement for
: a a day or two," an authoritita-

fav source said.-The acceptance
; of the U.S, invitation remained in
affect. .' "'t- '"(. .' i
N0 xpianatioa .for- the "delay
was offered here, but: a dispatch
frontf London blamed 4 yesterday's
Canadian election upset for, caus-j
Ing the Jueen"s -American, .vsit
. scheduled to be re-studied, "4
There was a possibility that new
Canadian elections would be neces
sary this, fall, as th Cnservative
government wiu not nave a sma
Jority in.parusment., II this occur-.,
the Queen's visit ,,jnay be

. delayed or advanced to avoid lier

ber pretence in Ottawa during a po-
Ri:!!3 Frenchmen
In Cc.Tab Rcpris:!
ALGIERS. -June, 11 UP
rrench rioters stormed through!
AlEiers today and beat up Mos-

f 1 Urns in reprisals for recent reb-

ai bomb attacks. -
The rioters stoned both Euro-
ps.n and Moslem shops whoie
owners refusal to hoed a gener general
al general strike rail for today by ; the
rrench War -Veterans and Sta-tfen-s
Associations. '.
The young Frenchman slouted
let the army take vera Uiey
Sjr2d through the wmding
rtreeU. seeking 01 1 frizhtenci
Mosms in the second C?.y of
anti-Moslem rioting.
' Freach aatbotiUen bad moved
la extra paralrouoers t help
jHtect tbe Zjfl.Ors Arab tesi tesi--
- tesi-- te nu ef Aljriers, but they rer
unable t bait tba angry mobs
tin mediately. - 4
The French were ar.eered at

recent bomb ojtrsges, which 'elided Mrs. Cecihs Pinel Remon,
have Ukea 19 Uws In Aigena a-JAiwster ef Labor, Social Security
lone In tr.e past 10 days, aad in- and Publi: Health; Victor Navas,
r.atred by snch massacres ss the Minister oof Agriculture, C m m-aJajing
aJajing m-aJajing of 3G3 pro -rrench Mos- merce sod Industry, and CoL
lems st MPloaza. Carles O. Bruce, health director
rn horr.htnaa ai.it rhr at- ef the Panama Canal.

tacks o.r the Frnrh er paitl Point Four Agencies have been tries. Animals must stay at. the
0' the Nationalist' cU-lve for u-:-ve in asaisting Panama nih;CoroiaI keanel until alt dager of
dfndenc from rranre la el-;P'ns for the kenneU wnert am-their developing rabies has psse-

ar that U c

-rt.T. ..r . f ---r. Wnr-b of time. This is to.included George Edmaa, repre-
There ve.e few s.gr.a cf po..rs fur? ,bfT do Bot ri.!Mllting U.S. Ambasador JuT.an F.
irteiftrence However, a crc-.n b 4f.ef entry ilJarrinpon. Dr. Garcia Gmirrrei,
af ?C0 policemen &. h" -.o Dr jrr ToTienil director of regional chief of VSOal. Dr. Her Her-tbron
tbron Her-tbron around tvf s.rr.r.MT ral" 'the Intcrra?mnl Cojwraiive Pub-mel Rosa '.chief veterinary of Pair-.
iieca cf P'v;t,-':b- le jfi;!h Servire, spoae as fol-nama'a Deparunennt of Aaimsl
't 3'1-'rt L( f '. -?f. s k: Health and Dr. Robert Matbey.

-r rrrr iC---'"s'-ru"iri-i

mon

Chichester for Ihe inquest and a
possible identification z. or tne
body which has lain beneath the
waters for' 14 months. She said
Crabb had two deformed toes: ;
, But any official finding re remained
mained remained secret and the British
press fell back on the specula speculation
tion speculation which has marked the
: cold war mystery from the be beginning.
ginning. beginning. One,; the Daily ; J. Ex--
, press,, said -Crabb :v bad died
while carrying out a hush hush;
assignment for the U.S. Navy.
The unusual, security precau
tions in effect at the mortuai7
gave an unusual cloak-and-aag
eer aspect to the case and in
creased belief the body was that
of Crabb who iwas as famed lor
his monocle and swagger suck
as he was fat -Jus courage, j
Even, the -usual custodian ,01
the jnortuary, Tracey White, -was
locked ; out. lie said the lJollce
ceiled on him and "said tha in
n circumstances was I to go to
the mortuary until I got further
instructions.? "; 't 'v '-
Crabb's death was- never offi
ciary confirmed: The Admiralty
irim tUH h ltsBnrearpjl while
divine, hear the Soviet cruiser
reoorted to be of secret new, de
sign below the waterline nd
said he was presumed? to be
dead.,- r 'C?V,
The '-AaiTaaity-ana: tne gjv-
ernmRnt, through then Prime
Minister Sir Anthony: Eden, de
nied that crabb was on assign
ment "j--. .s'--
Eden apologized, to the Rus Russians
sians Russians after they .'protested and
said 'disciplinary action" would
be taken (.gainst those responsi responsible
ble responsible what action.' if any, --was
taken, never was disclosed,
The Rusf-iacs Ibald they sw a
frogman surface near one Jof
their ships, but denied, that they
had done anything to him. They
brushed off as ridiculous charg charges
es charges at the. t'.-ne that crabb had
been takei alive and spiritei o
Russia. -v-V-''iVuV'''f. v'.-',";
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Domsh:Visi
' COPENHAGEN. "Denmark (UP)
-Queea.Ingrid snd her Three
daughters will fly to England on a
private, visit -next weekv It was
understood that the Queen wants
to find an English school for her
second daughter, Benedikte, -13.
RP Opens New

To Tighten Quarantine

Panama's modern animal pound
for does, cats- and other animals
brought into the republic was of-
nciauy msueursted v-sterdav.
The. Quarantine and boardine
txenncis in tne Uid Panama area
are said to be highly modern, sur
passing u some respects, those
maintained at Corozal for many
years oy canai sone authorities.
Opening of the kennels, and
stricter enforcement of Panama
laws for quarantine of imported
animals, marts a Dig step for forward
ward forward toward protecting the tx-o-
ple of both Panama and the Ca
nal Zone against toe dread disease
of rabies. ;
. Thi disease, sometime call called
ed called "hydraphebia," is cam mon
in auntri narrti and south af
Fn4ma. Caita RUa has had ef
laasl faur human daaths from it
rhis ytar. Catae have else Kaw Kaw-d
d Kaw-d up to Celembta.
The enthusiastic group which
iii(4 tha kennala vastrrdiv is-
in Is brought into te Eepublic
-At aideaunr, t ta tim

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

ATTORNEY Nicolas Peres, who
recently set oft a series of w i 1 d
specualtions. regarding i the 1955
assassination of President Jose A.
Kemon. has been acquitted of the
charge of rendering false testimo
ny. i
' Decision was handed down yes
terday in the Sixth Circuit Court.
It was based on Perez retraction
of statements to the effect that
he had new evidence pointing to
the assassins of tbe late Presi
dent.
Mayor Jose A. Cajar E se al a
yesterday issued an anti-noise or ordinance
dinance ordinance providing fines of from
$25 to $50 for infractions. -
The ordinance Drohibits the 0-
peration of juke boxes and sound
trucks unless a permit is issued
and the volume of the sound equip
ment baa been adjusted and seal
ed by experts designated, by the
city g6vernment,-'';;':';r'-.,i:,:?.?.
The us f sidawalK loutptaK.
r by stores and radio Stations
lo I is Mnnl by tha .1 dacrte,
and advertising sound trucks
may .'not operate between p.m.
nd .m'':-':jfijri -i'7.f j
k Unnecessary horn blowing at
night, and tbe blowing of automo
bile; horns; m hospital' or f scnooi
areas, m addition to tne use 01
horns to attract passengers is also
strictly, prohibited 4 by the r ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. 'V v t .n-r-Boisterous
parties and the plsy-
ing of music or singing within 200
meters of any place wher a bo body
dy body is lying to await burial .7 also
is strictly prohiimed -.,:
The ordinance established a fee
of $3 for the adjustment of the
volume on juke boxes and other
sound equipment.
Five em..".-.innnns vi:je raid
ed vestordav by inspectors of the
internal lievenue Department, but
only three- arrests were made, al although
though although thf inspectors are positive
that the places are regular jam-
Diing aens,-
The three arrests were made in
the one place, where three Chi
nese men were couna .pipying .- in
tan."
One newspaper reported today
the -finding of a e a c h e in the
mountains 01 tne province ot ve-
raguas containing more man, aw
lbs. of pure gold.
Tho find is said to have t off
search in the area for additional
cache. "."-"' "l
. Height Of Love ;
: TJHEMAN, England, June 11
(UP)- Lan Seager, 38, and three
feet tall; was married Saturday
to Anne Burrough, 23, and five
feet six inches tall. ?'We are- in
love and our hearts and hopes are
like those anyone else." Seager
ssid..- .v..;
Aninial Pound
, . 'r-f:- :'.'.''"-"
tatiofl ever te Mr. Raman,' the
Republic i Panama enjoy the
repvtatie tH bainf free ef : ra
bias, a aittMtian which exists In
few countries aS the -World. -. ;
"Tbe Canal Zone, -which has
maintained a Quarantine for dogs.
is. also rabies-free. But up to now
Panama haa not had the means
of controlling this disease.
- In 'reply inc.. Mrs. Remon said
"lit accepting this atvarantine
for des and cot, I wish- to
call attention te the cooperation
hotwaon tho United State, and
Panama which ovary day trow
closer, for the benefit and sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction of both cowntrioav" .'
'. Veterinarians and public health
people have for years made no
secret si their fears that infected
animals arriving in the Republic
via planes, or small coastal ves
sels, might develop rabies here.
Besides the danger from house-i
bold pets, taaiei has spread to
tne' smaller wild animala of tbe
forest in many countries.
- In port of tho United State,
for example, rabid fax r
recurring problem. They haw
caatod many human death.
The Canal Zone has maintain
ed a strict quarantine for several
decade apainst pets arriving
from the SJates, or other eoun-
fed.
'cVef veUnaariaJI Ot U UUi

IkeReturris.
Is Virtually

Nearly 1 Billion
Dollars Lost
j
By Stock Market
NEW YORK, June ll (UD
.Stocks moved" higher today
with Wall Street elated to hear
that President Eisenhower was
back .la bis office.;;?
NEW YORK; June 11 (UPW-The
stock market lost nearly a billion
dollars in the -value of its shares
yesterday as a result: of .President
Eisenhower's illness. t J
The first news of Mrs, Eisenhow
er's stomach upset sent stocks
plummeting. But the market start started
ed started a comeback at the first word
that the. President, appeared to be
on -uie menu. v,"v
v Tradmg on the New? York Stock
exchange was the. heaviest sine
Feb. 29, 1956. That was the day
Mrs. v Eisenhower 1 v announced he
would seek a second term, '-
The United Press waa movine
a story about a healthy stock
market increase when news of
Mrs. Eisenhower's new illness
broke. The item was interrupted
with a Washington Bulletin an
nouncing tho stomach upset and
it never was resumed. It, its place
went a story reporting a sharp
stock market drop. 1 h .",.f':
From 10 to 10:30 a.m.; the mar-
lUet .r ve.i ,.pv. tA toward a- new
high for the year. Word of Mr. Mr.-Eisenhower's
Eisenhower's Mr.-Eisenhower's illness hit the New
York Stock Exchange and Ameri American
can American Stock Exchange trading floors
at about J0:30 a.m. 'vv '. '1-
Prices slumped. Tickers at the

US Favors Monthly Radio-TV
Program To Soviet Union

WASHINOTON". June 11 (UP)
Secretary of State John Poster
Dulles said today tne umtea
SUtes favors a 30 minute
monthly radio-TV program on a
reciprocal basis with Russia, and
Is Interested In pressing this
plan on the Soviet, Union v'
He said the idea was first pro
nosed to the Soviet Union fay the
united States. Britain and
France at the Geneva Foreign
Ministers conference' in 1B55.
4 -. v 'ri,- '. (:. -'.iJ!
Dulles said lie has doubts as
to the value of a one-shot ap ap-pearance
pearance ap-pearance such as that of So-,
viet Communist party boss Ni Ni-kita,
kita, Ni-kita, Khrushchev on a recent
Amerlcaa radio television net network
work network program (CBS), ;:
Wa should have an opporta-
-nitv on a reaular reciprocal bas
is to speak to eacn owier ppo-i
pies," Dulles said- ', -.
- At hi Ji w eonlerence,!
Dulles .also; s-v, m
Disclosed that : the ew
American disarmament propos proposals
als proposals are being delayed while the
Tiirooeana decida whether a Eu
ropean open sues agreement
is feasible, some Europeans iso
feeL said, that it may be de desirable
sirable desirable to explore thr possibili possibility
ty possibility of political settlement, such
aa German reunification," be
fore -a cisarmament, more is
made. ', '
said the United StaUs : Is
willing to make solid proposals
on the Arctic area as a starter
toward disarmament if other
nations asree. But he said the-i
United SUtes attaches first im importance
portance importance to Its allies' views and
win not move on disarmament
just In order to make speed with
the covin union. r
Bath Plugs Scarce
IjDNDON. June 11 (UP) A

traveler te ia aovisea w-jwwaros tne sewer, o ne wa uu Sunday atternooo at Gor- ter. Mrs. Nye NorrU. of CrUto CrUto-hm
hm CrUto-hm tourists to bnnx -along latir.jorred to let so, 1 v. ir w.i n .h'.i. a M!,im tn

sk we r "P rr"!"".:ir"'??,:r.:

Jones, u a leuer 10 ine cui
Express, said bath plugs "are vir-
tually eee. existent ia the Soriet
. : 4k.. .. 44 - ,1J DiM.
mi existent u Ua Borm
Wiu

.... tM m-itk -uut ia:th earr -rr.Liai Into the sea

To Off ice.v:.
Recbyered:

WASHINGTON," June" 11 UP)
President Eisenhower return
ed to his office today ,. "virtually
recovered! from s stomach up-
set which. Kent-him In bed v all
day yesterday. v
i The "chief executive, stricken
SundiT nlrht "with naiioea : and
painful vomitlnr, returned 1 to
his desk a few minutes, before 10
a.m., anif went to work on ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated mall. -tltt:'i
On the recommehdatioh of his
doctor, Maj. Howard McC. Sny-j
der. the President took H. rela
tively easy today and scheduled
no official 'tmuafjif:
New York Stock Exchange feU be
hind bj. nearly 15 minutes and ,tne
mt rket lost -two biiuon dollars in
valuation of listed, shares before
recovering a billion of the lossi
On the American Exchange, the
tape lagged as much as uve mm
utesi Losses ranged to more than
$2 a share before, nodn,.-.fr7y.,.Ki.'
Then reassuring statements
came" from' Wsshington. .Th at
brought a sharp recovery from the
day's iowav-vivi-A
The sudden wavering of the mar?
ket marked, the third time stocks
have reacted to an Eisenhower
illness. On Sept: 26. 1955. two days
after- hu heart attack, the indus
trial average plunged 31.89 points
and sales totaled 7,720,000 shares.
The next day Sent. 27.. the in
dustrial, average -rallied by 10,37
points, on sales Of 5,500,000 shares.
Mr. Eisenhower c ueitis ; attack
on June 8, 1956, -set off .another
decline. The tape fell behind ,by
minutes, sales totaled 3,G..Q,Uuu
shares atrf the industrial average
dropped 7.70 points j 1
On the day last year Mr. Elsea
hower announced he would run a
gain, the tape ran 19 minutes late
with sales at 3,800,000 shares.
t 4
'Objected to a-proposal by
Sen. William F. Knowland that
the United States consider the
plan te -"neutralize Norway If
Soviet troops: are withdrawn
from. Hungary. Dulles aaid ho
fully shares Knowland' feel feeling
ing feeling that -every proper effort
should .be made to get Soviet
troops out ; of Hungary, and
that sense ?. way -should' be
found to test Soviet proposals
oa withdrawing troops.
But Dulles aaid he doubts If It
lS'Spproplate to suggest that a
nation (Norway)" which ; wants
security should be asked to give
Said Red China, which has
limited foreign buylnar power.
will concentrate on buying goods
of a higher strategic value now
that Britain has eased Its China
trade controls.' There is still
room for negotiation with the
British on the size of trade quo
tas which will be open to .Brit
ish-Red -Chinese trade. But
Dulles believes. In general, that
VS. views on trade with'; Red
China should be considered by
UJ3. alies because of the prima primary
ry primary rolo this government plays in
the Far East'... : ;
RP Boy Drowns
In SawcniBody
Still Hissing ;;
Crews of workmen and police
were still searching at 1 p.m. to
day, for the body or a iz-y ear ear-old
old ear-old boy who was washed Into a
sewer In the area of the Panama
Golf Club, yesterday afternoon.
The bov Arnulfo Cheng, went
ba thin? with a group cf bovs
from ban Francisco oe ta laieta
durlnr yesterdsya heavy ram

and probably struck his heed as; in the United states will be reo-i
he lumped Into brook which iresented by L. A. Ferguson, man-

empties into the sewer. His
companions report tnat one oi.m
them tried to hold on to him as
the current dragged Arnulfo
uiiuuiuui uic """
untU late lan night The
was
U, M,
was resumes uui morruni; -!
Kan-ltondinv tit :efl the areas where

, II''

Red Kiddle East
Peace! Plan, Due
For West Rebuff
LONDON. June 11 fUP, The
United States, Britain and France
handed notes to the Kremlin to
day replying to Moscow's recent
Mideast ""peace
sources disclosed.
I The West's replies were umjler.
I stood to have turned down, in ef
feet.' MOSCOW'S call for a foUr-DOW'
er declaration on theMiddle East,
They urged instead the- need for
a peaceful and genuine settlement
m tne explosive area, . (
:Dettli nf the notes were not
disclosed immediately. Their texts
are expected to be released tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The West's notes were drafted
In close consultation between
Washington, London and Paris.
Last week, the draft ot western
rephes- to Moscow s Mideast .'mas .'master
ter .'master plan" i were -i reviewed with
members of the five-power Bagh
dad i Mideast- Defense- Alliance at
the ministerial conference in Ka
rachi, V 1 i
, ;-v' ' t
Moscow's recent proposal called
for. a four power declaration by
Russia and the western y powers
condemning the use of force as
a means of solving disputes in the
Middle East. 7 k i.-Vr-t-'l ::
It called for, an undertaking: of
non-interference in ; the .domestic
affairs of the Mideast nations and
fop an arms .embargo. The price
for the West would be abandon
ment of the Baghdad Alliance,
its bases and the Eisenhower Doc
trine., V: .ffi .-r; ftC.
The Soviet "offer was, accom
panied ,by heavy attacks. on.Bric-
ain and ranee, ana on me j-.i
senhowet 4-Drnn-ine
RcadrCloscd; p
For Honest John
Firing Thursday
On Thursday, reads in the
Canal Zone west of Gatua
Loqkr In the Fort Sherman a a-rea,
rea, a-rea, te Include the Chagres
River, will again be closed to
traffic from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30
a.m., Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbeaa announced today, .
'vi ii :t.. -(! U'r. y:t ''....' ,y
The only road that will be
open during1 tne period is S-t
read between Fort; Sherman
and Gatun,- .'
The .restriction Is being lm lm-posed
posed lm-posed as a precautionary safe
ty measure while test firing ef
the Honest John rocket la is,
progress. -t .' .
Xssoa&e
fd! Assist n v
! Close' associates of Unison H
Crook during his many years of
service with the Panama Canal
organization will actively assist
in the funeral, services ... which
will be held at 4 o'clock tomor
row afternoon at ths-Balboa un
Inn Church. . . .
.The services will be conducted
hv the Rev. Oscar W. Olsen. cas
tor, and Interment will-be at
Oorozal Cemetert.
.Pall bearers and ushers at the
service will be employes and of officials
ficials officials of the various units over
which Mr. Crook bad supervision
as Supply and Employe Services
Director, .. -;
Tbe Uat ef honorary pan pan-bearers
bearers pan-bearers will be beaded by Gov.
W. E. rotter and LU Gov. H.
yf. Scbull, Jr. Tbe list will In Include
clude Include tbe prnclpef officials of
the Company- Geveranteat.
tepresenutlves frena .various
eemmenity erganisatloM
wblcb Mr. Crook had Ukea aa
active role, and repreeenta-
live, ef varies besieeM firms
aad orraaltaUens In Panama
wbe were elesely a eclated
with him during bis Canal ca
reer.
The Panama Caaal Co. wiU
rer of the New York Office.
ho jj arrivlnf la the Canal
ZoB tomorrow morning.
crook's death occurred
ferine a cerebral hemorrhags at
,. i c.thoa -
to.SV..',v.
t V. Z,, 'LT tm i
oe v.. w.
CarnaUian, H. J. Cnase. a. nu-

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One Kami ly

LO'S0S
m 'V "4 s'
In Je

welry

Aroused resfdents of Gamboa have aooealedf recent

f for more police protection, following a series of bur-
glaries. One theft resulted in the loss of over $1500 worth
of jewelry, .-'. ,. -,
According to' Balboa Heiglits,, Gov; W. E. Potter;
whenjjnotified by Gamboa Civic Council L member- of thf
lack of police protection, : took immediate action and or ordered;
dered; ordered; the posting of additional policemen. Previously, one
policeman in a patrol car was assigned to duty at Gam-

The 'most serious ot the three
u.,via44(a, occurred within tne
laao weeks, at thft'homeof
Mr.''; and' Mrs. jonn :
They'reported wxe-wei
nnl worth- S600. five '- watches
one ortl. sloo, and oth"'.1!
of jewelry totalling over $100.
yTheKburglarwho cutttu
kreen on a window ia the ear-
tvours of Bunaay,
stalked into the Hairison's bed-
!ea-rStne drawers, rum-
roum, 444 c
.tHnir througn cu
anc
es -rhln'S frantic.
fos.. aash
-oi r
trv-Dredgln;.,-.ttvlsioa
4.n,bnii at. around 3.20
W 4.
a.m
A I 1
by .noises and Jumped out ol
bed to catch sight of the bur
alar mhn was wearing a hat,
gloves and socks, but no shoes
According to Mrs. Harrison,
the burglar ran "like a streak
of lightning" down the back
steps of their cottage and out
of sights She said he even
took her husband's key chain
. and apparently tried to open
some of their locked desk
drawers, but either was un.
successful, or- was scared
away finally when Harrison
began stirring. ",
She said that on that Satur
day night she had been unable
to sleen and was awake until
1:30 Sunday morning. Her hus
band had suggested she take a
sleening pill.. She figured she
finally dozed off at aoout t.zi
Funeral Rites
lory, C. P. Shay and P. g. Thorn.
ton..' ......
Ushers will be J. C. Randall, T.
a. Rellhan, H. X. May and K. L.
SuUlvan.
Tbe list of honorary pallbear
ers follows: Gov. Potter, Lt-Oov.
Schull, R. O. Theriault, Captain
Warner 8. Rodimon, USN. CoL
Hugh M. Arnold. B. I. Ever son.
Henry 1 Donovan, Col. Charles
O. Bruce, Philip L Steers. Jr.,
Major David 8. Smith, P.' M.
Runnestrand. William O. Arey,
Jr John D. Hollen," .Paul A.
Bent, Oeorge Walsh, H. T. Por-antie,-
H. L, Anderson,, L D. HH HH-lUnl
lUnl HH-lUnl O O. Kellar. L. A.'rru A.'rru-son.
son. A.'rru-son. Harold Rerrie. E. L Fw Fw-cett.
cett. Fw-cett. Edward Gaskla, S. D. Cal Cal-lender.
lender. Cal-lender. Paid Do ran. George An-
rellnl, Artoro Motto, Richard E E-Pruhn,
Pruhn, E-Pruhn, Paul Gambottl. Roberto
Elsenmann and Luis CxNoli
Mr. crook was 48 years old at
the time of his death. A native
of Tazoo atr. MIjuu he had
jytn employed In th. Canal cr-
f anUition since 1828- Ail but a
eiiun tiuiv VI USeV avci vil wewca
mDloT Serried Bureta -whitfh
he has headed since Marrh of
last year when itwasVormed or
wre nrwuui'iui V, ,w uuum
He la sorvtved by hut 11 and
fhree children who are Balboa
High School students, and a sis-
relatives in the Caxal Zan- !-
dode Mr. and Mrs. W. X, Hollo-,
weH and their famTy or rvetl;
Heights, and a nephew, H 'th
-
Kerrta. aba Is emDlored ea the!

a"mi srhe burglar maj
may have
entered after that time since
he was spotted by Harrison an
hour later, ; ; .;-
- Mrs. Harrison said "today he
took $20 in cash from a drawer
and $18 from her husband
wallet. He, had to, enter their
bedroom in order to make off
with all the. Jewelry hei took,
she said.) Mrs." Harrison, who
described the burglar as bPin
"very bold,, but .neat," said that
none of hn .-lewelry was insur
s olbr J.ew
er.
Jnve-.. ui ue trl
'- glaries, said tori ty tnat i
involved the theft cf personal
things of "very little value.??
They declined to comment on
the Harrison burglary.
It was reported, frorA a reli reliable
able reliable source, -that the second
home burglarized was that of
a canal Zone' policeman, Karl
D. Glass, whose only loss was
the theft of his police badge,
taken off his uniform
. In the third burglary, about
$57 In cash was stolen. from
the wallet of Mrs. Henri E; Mo-'
ehrke. v The waUet was in a
Pu", 'Ting in her bedroom. -.
Thls burglary bore simUar-
ltle to the-tWO- Othera In t.haJI
a screen was cut to srain nt.rv
into the house, and it was ac-
compiisnea -during the early
morning hours while the r.
mUy was asleep-.. The burglar:
or burglars, entered Mrs. Mt
ehrke's bedroom In order5 to
take her wallet. The monn hii
not been recovered, it was; re
porceo- v j
uo. uuhns reaiaentre-1
"s "aav snat n iii.
been many years since they,
, have been plagued with bur,
glarier despite the fact that
only one policeman has bee
n duty In the town. -t
A meeting held by the Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa dvle CouncU resulted in
an appeal to the Governor for
more protection, 'it b. under understood
stood understood that he acted lnunediate lnunediate-ly
ly lnunediate-ly on their behalf. ,T
Press Sovleli Fcr
BONN. Germany. Juno ft vttwi
'Chancellor Konrad Adenaunr'a
government has again pressed the
Soviet Union for a full-dr
triatioo agreement on some ,oo
to 100,000 Germaa civilians still ia
Bessie. ',.
The text of the latest iBes a
memorandum te the Kremlin waa
released here today. Tho
banded te tbe Soviet Foreiga Of Office
fice Office bl MOSCOW on Satm-dar hr m
WI German Consulate officer.
l,."."1 memorsnmini
fidi LVZ'??
r,u. .r.
maa-SussisB trade talks expected
' t Wo. 1. ; j
tw.
iyiet German reliunn. m,A
be possihle until tbe repatriatioa
, I5M W1I ClCSreO up.
Saycd By Pickles
IfrLWAUXEE. Vis, June 11
(UP A sovel pies got iui. Utr Utr-f
f Utr-f tret Kenaeister, 49, &i of a
picile Saturdsy. A juasnv i:'-r
findins Mrs. Renmeister t,.:' cf
drunkeness. waivH a Jail wMew
an lwraed a '1 ffe
said that a barrel rf r
ins st would t? J u i 1

oaSanrraBciscoU4UiCaista .tcGaxsrstM 'wentUjii

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By VICT0R IESL
When man bites dogma, It's al always
ways always news. Especially when the
man is that veteran of the class
wars. -Earl Browder, once leader
of the American Communist Par Party,
ty, Party, and the dogma .: is Marxism,
piste of the Russian people.
Browder must De a whimsical
man these days for he is wearily
tolerant of those of us who seek
his knowledge of the Soviet orbit.
And after Comrade .Khrushchev's
Sunday TV prediction that we will
all be living under Socialism soon
enough, some of us ran to Brow
der Instead of the bomb shelters.
On what did the neo-Czsr of all
the Russias base his prediction
mat ue U.S. would be a Socialist
state in two generations? It
seems, to be Browder's opinion
that Khrushchev completely mis misunderstands
understands misunderstands American capitalism
and therefore has a warped view
of what is really developing
throughout the world. ...,,,
'j Khrushchev's misunderstanding
flrellft lln frnnv Ia rMmli.'. Jam.
matk belief Jn old fashioned Marx
From "this belief springs the
Conviction .that tW mint Ka
revolution an uprisina of the A.
raerican 'workmg class." -This.
according to Browder, is based on
two false premises Marx's theo
ries of ."impoverishment" and
'subsistence wages.r
Though Rrnwder ttrill iiMAk"' m
for this loose journalistic trahsla-
ro w me oogma, these theories,
in OUT dailv lartmn moan IUI
tho Russian dictator still believes
ion we poor get poorer and the
ncn get ncner. And that the big,
bad capitalists, whom proletarian
cartoonists love to draw as over
catoried. pot bellied, silk hatted
men In dollar-sign decorated vests,
Will DSV. tho worlMr inf
money to keep them aUve, with
just enough' strength to get them
to their machines and keep them
there all day." is-
Ann tthan tha '.im. -a
' thejr can, they will revolt. And
"v""u ca pi uv
Big oawster. and bread alone,
they will revolt. That's doemati
Marxism, Upon it. Comrade K.
oases. his Uradiptinn nt Cr.li
ISt America. .T ' .
XJrOWaar. who nnom 4mkMA 4V.
World WW tnr rhnnlili..i. ...
j. V y
fl Okatttl 0) At Maim 4a. HuwLtaa SJPf
ri V wT 8 on 1
ui. cnucism win
attemot in mat. viM 4k-. 1 1.
realism IB M.rriun UmiimIm k.
he will use Marx'a own sense of
realism to nunrtur th Mt-u
myths on which the Russian dicta-
ivr operaio. -j -vi.j-.
. This mythor example, 1 lays.
m.i. Deca- 1 "poor' grow poor
er and ti-a rich .ow richer, capi
talism has within itself the "seeds"
01 its own destruction The myth
says that these are "iron laws'
which- make Socialism 'tteviU-
we. -: ; 5 ; V
MOW this miffhf ha fh .nnt
some slick jest about 1he Marx-
Mis, u mesa views weren't held
by the most powerful band of men
on earwuie .Kremlin's Politburo.
If they, believed, instead, v that
our capitalism would become
sponger instead of weaker, they
might npt be so tough and might
not be draasins m tn th hrint
war ach season. -
It U unfortunate,, however, that
red D.affa or .Csiii. u i.
wvmiuiu wuiua .no
floating over the White Hout.
aoon, overshadowed another of his
replies as he faced the nation
Vei" th. rnlnmhl. d J
j.ura nwworx. The reohr whirfc
Z.SX rotort ZA a niLBttn. a & i.
. MMM ml
----- 1" "u VU LSI
iiiicBc yommumst government.
On. or tha niurf... ..1 .1
!u w comment on a
r" m J "?"liip sow be-
ucuaieu oenma Clo.arl iliun
in Peloins. Th! H.K.t. v..
red Chinese ruling circles for
ro"th.1. p?w"r??r ice the Red
viudbbo cnier, Mao Tse-tung -deU-
Polish Commiinfe 1.. r
of these speeches bsvabeoa eircu.
, -t ,ereiry uside China.
U theta tnaarhaa ..1 j
there eaa L TZZ,H L"
rweon tho masses of workers an
r. i!- CMHmmirt socie society
ty society Just as in a csoitaliait .v.i.f.
Aad, said Mao, in developing his
BCW theorv thara .k,.mk1
iuppretsloa of the wrk.rT
hold these differencoa.
ot suppression. Convince t h'e
Z' d??'t bMt th,n down a,
y did ta HunMry, Mao ha. been
SJ,ta Kremlin.
Otherwuo (hav'ii ........ n
against the Communist leadership
Give the workers a chanee to ex express
press express themselves in th.h
To thia IHtn..!..!. mm.
shake the Communist world than
Ue ctpiUlist world.

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THI BROADWAY
HOLLYWOOD LINK
Rev Billy Graham hat a corps
0f press agents rarely equaUed in
junes square miiory, .ccuiuiub v
ii Town oditors. Threo or ? four
L ki. -xninitor. jioMond on some
iitorlal departmenU at once and
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2:...u...... t. th. mna.Hank
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Paige, wnose marriage w Armur
stander didn't leu, it not yet a
J-rr.r Vt Jj v..
..n. J.a.HAJ Ua tllnarAl ItAI
JLfUUI Al wvvy uvviiu avi hmvbm
try. Lana Turner's latest pursuitor
is Machael Danto Young Warner's
actor. Aian jung wm do on u
Judy Carland "Palace show
when she plays the Prince of Wles
Theatre, London, starting, t S e p t.
20. i .Columbia Pictures decided
on Fredric March and Kim Novak
for "Middle of the Night,- the bit
that starred Edw. G. Robinson on
B'way for over a year. .Variety
lists "Very Special Baby", (which
ran S performances) as a hit be because
cause because backers got back their in investment.
vestment. investment. Kirk Douglas guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed it.
l -a '' V ." ..
Pl.ywrtahtt, have to eat, too:
Robert Weil, whose show "Raise
the Devil" may be on Broadway
a til 1 1 al.
10 at 44th and Broadway. One of
the furniture oil pitchmen. ,War-ner'a-
ought to pay Polly Btrgen
Story." Quite a trailer. .Tommy
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Sandal the newcomer favorite of
the teenagers; has them inscrib inscribing
ing inscribing their names and phone, num.
bers on the Roxy Theatre walls
near the stage door. &ln d y'a
hatchick BatDara Gilbert .will: oe
one of the leads, in the' touring
troupe of '"Pajama Game...Nan-
ov Wallrar urtll afar in "fV)Dter
and Brats" in Sept. Socialite hyn
Austin will ...back it for 1400,000.
. .we nave aootner ciene jazzo jazzo-phile
phile jazzo-phile In our midst. He is Father
Crowley- Follows. Dizzy Gillespie
closely. That band's No. 1 fan. .
Amarlffan ohnnia eirla a fa 4wttar
D.id than French chorines, who cet
only 15 per' flight to- war 1 o t s
les. i IVs a boy (Their third) for
tna mil Hivaa i.t i hov .1 winnvi
Marlene Dietrich ditr. I
if Ti' i
Nat (Kino) Cole, whose f 1 r s
straiant roie in a mm was warm
ly received, has selected the lead leading
ing leading lady- for his next movie. She
Is Barbara McNair. The f i 1 m;
'The W. C Handy Story", i JIunt JIunt-Ington
Ington JIunt-Ington Hartford, millionaire pro
ducer, is said to nave put 100, Jpig
Ones In "Las Veeas Notions' s
Slegel's romance with Countess Di
It XL. 1 .!tt.
rrasos. 0010- are no lunger wnu
ua V .Till Cnrav im mfwrv' tn dinar..
point the columni but she 1 1 y 1
'a. l...A).,aJ MM.n..ll..
ne im nut tuvuivtcu tumeiuiv"j
w4fh arlvfinaft aififl riafoa Anlv half
of the lads thej link her with. .
Vllai Vo von la Kill aI tKtraa the vi
Ue of his latest hit, "Fact In The
. I M. . I 1 1
urowa, ; me last namea m ine
adverts la Alexander Kirkland.
0:2 quick coat
ves eclorful beauty
lasting protecticn

Nev York
When the Group Theatre flourish flourished
ed flourished both played in "Men an White"
. :.Kirklanri had th. title role.
Kazan had a bit. 1
"Career," which almost closed
after Z weekl for lack nf fiinria la
now. rated Greenwich- Village's' on
ly turnaway nit. Thanks to critic
Brooks Atkinson who labeled 'it:
"The most candid play we've bad
about like in the commercial thea-
trea". .Count Rasip Sarah Vans.
han and the Haitian Mnnn
ers star in the Starlight R o o f s
new ,aiypso garnivar? Monday
night.; Sounds like a natural click,
m .Martin Starr. wh wmraii u
Hollywood news on the air for' 23
years m xsew York,, is a; bargain
for any of the networks.' Mutual's
new, shift in programming makes
s i"ui : aianujg..; jMOnaay.?,'
.' .Kenneth Wa 70 a n .
the Broadwav prodiiclnff rank.
next season, is actress Margaret
mZu air f. ouiDno- i each For
ourton Tneafrp raminrf. nn.
m -- .mini, a,, uti
l UC OKV. KrltlOH tmnnrf -f
,41.. "'"' vi
S?'.!'?;1 ?ie. y the R.A.
w joame ot JBntam. Daft
uuccuoo. x,xceuent acung,
Th. Watt Siita Ctn. T..-Jl
oernstem s new nrariuctinn .hayi.
uled tor the.- Fau, will rehearse
weir, uancers pours day. U
sual renearial tfma u a Th.
. iL.
oumtuor esuvai xneatre (it o-
pens in tentrai Park Juno loj will
have no roof.. The hack-sra a a a
Pay in? $9,000 nor waalr for rl
insurance., 'rue.; underwriters will
pay iot au e.oou aeau (at full box
Office price) if .washed out .Net .Net-work
work .Net-work Colored Man. Darki... Mi.
sah, etc. This baa has affected
many. of Stephen Foster's immor immortals
tals immortals such as "01' Blacks Joe,"
"Swanee River." "Thaf. wh. i.
Babied Ar Born,M etc.-. 'Peyton
r- auuor u r a c a Metauous
CavO' Manric. 7n1nfnn kiul- nt-..
, -- m i, puU uyci
view foe Cosmopolian. Her frank-
mm -vm. 4.1 O 1
17 .ena.uonai Views On H W 0 0 0
and New York 'mnralit will ha
.Topie:"A" on both coists
Baseball lana from In Vranala.
eo can't see the N.Y- Ciants mov-
no ow rnere. "Tiu weathers too
cold and dam. far nlah
. .The Wm. Morris Aeency plans
dviioup rar me recently forme,
comedy team, of Sid Gould and
Ralph YewM. Th. lattar'a mmM.
mo, f took at 'Mr" la a click. ;
Ceno Cava lleroy owner of the
iwenk Colony rottaorant,' la this
kind of boot. Ho Isn? too big to
lieht cutlemers cigars. Jeamet
tee awrhor of "Career,"' finally
ditcloeod that Tommy I well's ca career
reer career intolred it. Laa ... mi
the isfaio-ianeoors when Kwell
r i veer itch". .Cha .Cha-volo
volo .Cha-volo and her vuttar start at the
Bluo Anool thlo week, she ttarred
for rnontht ot the elegant La
Peria Clwb in Acapwice'a Hotel El
Mireoer-. ., .Oaomar anubhaal a
Lendim aKaw huuu
... ,nrw
hor toy poodle would have to stay
m 0 aeond. A BrMafc -...i-.i
Mrs.- JfM Lobuia hrAm V.
er Champion, shrugs off the re reports
ports reports that their anlifuatinn i.
permsnent thing. He U a 1 w a y s
welcome, ana aava at - t
lem home .. ."Sainf jn" r,.
eer XXto Preminger wing'd back
to Europe- without his wife,' whe
wu win mm wnen she f a 1 1 y
mends-frpm surgery. Phyllis
Kirk's No. 1 and K'a 9
medico One on eacn roast j
John Jscob Astor's long-Ume ro-i
manca Iai.h. cm:.v T
. onuio, u SOW IDO
Saored nr film c t i i t
m. Xady Elizabeth CarsUira,!
- vvu.io w yueen tuiabeti, la bo-1
ulf SOniraMt imiiul u.w.u i-;.
by movie actor Donald McEnney. I
. .They-eaa kid sad teste Liber-!
ace but he's enjoying- the last!
leugb with Helen Wood of "The
follies." She tied up the phone i
for aa hour at The tpindletop
long kistancing bia.

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WASHINGTON i Sen. Lvndon
Johnson (D., Tex.) and Jack Ken
nefly (D., Mass.), who have been
uoiuing nanas across the Mason-
uixon tone, almosc broke up tne
season's most promising political
romance the other day.
- Alter a snort period of pouting.
Sen. George Smathers (D.. f'la.)
acted as cupid and persuaaea
them to kiss and make up. So
they are still a potentially promis promising
ing promising team for president and vice
president on the Democrat tick ticket
et ticket ta 1960. x 7 T
Layable Lyndon began courting
young Kennedy at the Chicago
convention (att year and thower thower-ed
ed thower-ed him with enough i southern
vote to come near winning the
vice presidential nomination
from Ettes Kefauver. Later, Ken-,
nody came to Lyndon's rescue
when a small band of northern
Democrats threatened to c h a l
tenge Johnson's Senate ; leader leader-ship.
ship. leader-ship. v- ;
But their, romance suddenly
struck a snag on the Senate floor
the other day during the- debate
over cutting the ttS. Information
Agency budget; Johnson got irri irritated
tated irritated over Kennedy's opposition to
drastic cuts.
When Kennedy apologetically re remarked
marked remarked that he wasn't'too well in informed
formed informed on the US1A, budget John Johnson
son Johnson blurted: This is once I want
to agree with the Senator,; He ,is
not very well Informed."
Kennedy angrily pointed Out that
Johnson's subcommittee had given
other Senators only 24 hours to stu study
dy study 1,231 pages of bearings. -:
"J would like to know how we
could be expected to know very
much about the subiect.". Jie'snan.
ped, .--',-
- Vlf "you'd been listening," John
son snot Pack, "you miflht learn
someining.v j t
ivennedy was stilr s turn n t
when cupid Senator Smathers, just
ixuui norma, oiew into ue
Senate chamber. 'Quickly sizing up
the situation, he took Kennedy in
tow '' and led' him to the Senate
ivDiauiaut iur tunit conee r ana
.U11VVB1C1UU.'". f.' 'i-'' r
-, Smathers tried to -teothe Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's ruffled feelings, explain explaining
ing explaining that Johnson was personally
worked up ever the US I A bodg.
ot and didn't really mean all he
said In the heat of debate.. The
rnop-haired. Senator from Mate,
cnutertt finally cooImI oown.i
Smathers then soucht out 'John.
son ana smoothed things ir nHh
him. Later the tall. Texan mm
up to, Kennedy,-wrapped a father
ly arm, arouna tus shoulders, end
puiuBizeu.i
"I'm- sorrv I ttk a-Htti im'n.
tient yesterday," Lyndon purred.
"I had my remarks taken nut nf
we ecora, congressional ; JR e c
ord).'. ,. ,--
That Was the' end of their Tanat
The reconciled Kennedy voted for
the Johnson cuts be bad previous previously
ly previously opposed, and part of their hot
repartee wss censored from the
vongresionai iiecora. ; : i ;t i
HAWAIIAr JUNKIT PAID.'-',"
It WSS Partlv had lurk r.rl
inexcussble political ineptitude
which led to the traaieallv riaan
cuts in tha Voic.f.Amcrfc.-IT s
wuuiui.uon program. ::
rj 4; z
If U.S. Information Diractna if.
thur Larson, .Republican, hadn't
made speeches in Hawaii, "and if
Coniresmsn Aha Vnltar at ImiV.
lyn Demdcrats badn't taken a
w-ip w jriawau to hear about those
anaanhaa 4- ..4- u.u
-r--"-. u4 cuia. wuuian nave
happened. ; j f-, ,-r v v.-
Larson, architect nf "maia. w..
puWicanism,"-went to Hawaii for
.exies 01 uuf tund-raising din dinners.
ners. dinners. En "route by plane be wrote
his-: speech, attacldn tha IMaa.
Deal as "inspired hv alien nhilnan.
phies imported from Europe," ;
Multer.flew to Hawaa to rennrt
on small business disaster loans
luuuwiug uie uaai wave, was- a-
mszea u po met ar the ; airport
by a crowd of newsmen. Ordinari Ordinarily
ly Ordinarily Bewsmen aren't interested. In
small businet. ':
, They told him about L a r s a n't

: on hla hand-

and on horo
Bride and groom-- rings
matched in design.- Many
styles in 14 k. and IS k.
geld-
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, speech at the Hawaiian Villas He-
- 'tel in Honolulu.
I tnituvj.ie heed of U 1 1 A
sugni t ipraaainp inrorma
tion in foreign countries about i
. L. 4. 1. I! I .
the "operation of our country,"
commented Mult.r, "rather than
preaching politics within the con'
nnee of our country."
Three days after 1iis arrival la'
Honolulu, jviulter flew to the is island
land island of Hilo. Again reporters mat
him at the airport. ;
. "Will you comment on the
speecn Mr. Larson of US1A Just
made here?' asked the report reporters.
ers. reporters. V. M rf
' "What another speech?" : aslt-
eu me oruuKiyu v-uiiKreBsniBn.
L Larson, he toundj has made not
one speech, but two speeches, at
tacking the Democrats,
-' I u
The following Monday' M u 1 1 e r
flew to Kauai island, and for the
third time he was met by report reporters.
ers. reporters. Again be was asxed tor com comment
ment comment ou a speeci) Larson had just
maae on Kauai, ,.
By this time, Multer was steam
ing mad.' But -he really blew his
stack when he returned to Wash
ington. There he learned that Lar-
soo, uunng a JNationai Press Club
speech, had spoken of having giv given
en given up political activity .when be
took over US1A. in January 19S7,-
V Next ; da v t Multer rose onf the
floor of the House, reported to his
feuow members aoout Larson's ac activity
tivity activity in Hawaii and behalf ot "mod "modern
ern "modern Hepuoucamsm. i
, "Obviously.'," said Multer "the
United states uuorraatiop- Agency
is now tne repository tor uraca
Old Partisan's mislntormation."i'
" When Democratic members ;of
Congres .heard about L a r s o n's
Congress' . heard, about Larson's
activity in Hawaii in behalf 'of
"modern' Repubhcauismi' r- I
''Obviously," said Multer, '"the
Unitee Stales Iniormation Agency
is now the repository for. JGrand
Old f artisan' misintormatjon."
When Democratic members, ot
Congress heard aoout parson's Ha
waii speeches, the VSW budget
was doomeai. : "i -,...;. ..
Note If Multer iad hot decid decid-ed
ed decid-ed to check on small. business
loans in Hawaii during the Easter
recess of Congress, L a t f o a I
speeches would have gone unotlc unotlc-ed.
ed. unotlc-ed. .-tr 4
;AAILBAW,
N.C., Bethesda. -Md. It's true
that 'Secretary of Defense Wilson
telephoned Mutual-Insurance Com-
Eany of Omaha' and gave it tho
ospitalizatiori contract for serv servicemen's
icemen's servicemen's dependents, However, the
Defense Department had sounded
out SOO other companies about tak taking
ing taking the contract and found only
one other company, -continental
Casualty of Illinois, willing to han
dle dependents' hospitalization
without fee. Wilson selected Mutual
of Omaha. It ia acting as a pa
triotic service. ', i i- iV-V :.
I ? diplomatic' pouch J-,1
Secretary Dulles, wss" irked at
CBS for arranging its one hour
long telcviaioo interview with Bus
. 1. : M irk -1. u t..i
siao p.nr vuici iviuruautiirTt uvi
les complained about the CBS
scoop to Repubucsn Congressmen
on tha Hill last week, claimed it
gives Khrushchev a c h a n e a to
spread Russian propaganda In the
United States. .U. S. diplomats
warn that Argentina is seething; a
bloody revolt may be in the works.
Ex-dictator Peron is reported di directing
recting directing some of the plotting from'
his exile headquarters in Venesue-
la: .King Husseia of Jordan has
sent-an urgent appeal to the White
House for money-to pay his army
Huasenin's treasury Is Just about
bankrupt, partly because Ervnt
has welshed on its promise of
help. Unless be gets American aid
in a hurry bit unpaid army will
turn back to Egypt and Rusia.
: .me Kremlin is shipping Hungarian-based
Red soldiers to Siberia
not for discipline, but' to prevent
them from telling theif friends
what really happened in Hungary.
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British Told Alcoholism, Varts

Alay Bov To Hypnotist's Skill

LONDON, June 11 (UP) The
British Medical Journal suggested
today that doctors should, make
more use of hypnosis to treat a
' "wide variety of ills including exces-
sive .! smoking, alcoholism and
warts. 1 ' 1
. The "Journal published extensive
reports by three British doctors
f on successful use of hypnosis, giv giving
ing giving a boost to a branch of medi medicine
cine medicine that has been frowned upon
?by influential members of the pro pro-.
. pro-. fession for more than 4,000 years.
- "We cannot afford to ignore a a-ny
ny a-ny methods if in .practice they
give promise of benefit," t h e
' Journal said 1 in,-';- an editorial.
More use should, be made of
three main group of ills;
'' The journal" said hypnosis has
' been used successfully to treat
.trhee mam group "of ills:" ?

Formation of Unhealthy habits,
such as excessive smoking and al alcoholism,
coholism, alcoholism, j
Diseases in" which emotional
tensi6n- plays a part, such as pep peptic
tic peptic ulcers i and hysteric conditions.
, Certain diseases of unknown ori origin,
gin, origin, such as warts 'and a number
of skin deformations.

The Journalj said complete cure
At at lonct v marlrarl imnrAvpti4nt

was achieved in many cases byH511011

relieving tensions and a n x i e t y
which are the underlying causes
for many diseases. ''

Toadstools BelisVed
Ccuse Of tid2lh
01 3-Yc2r-0Jd Girl

CAMP LeJEUNE, N. C, June 11
fUP) Navvi doctors performed

ani autopsy today to ?. determine
whether the 5-year-old daughter of
a Marine sergeant died from, eat

ing poisonous toadstools. -. (

Kim Maureen Kane died Friday

while en route here Jrom the dis dis-Densarv
Densarv dis-Densarv at the Cherry Point Ma

rine Corps .Air Station. She had

been treated at. the dispensary alter-
becoming violently ill, at her
home at Havelock .near the air

It said .hypnosis can aid heavy
smokers in cutting down by "les "lessening
sening "lessening ; general tension, fostering
a. distate1 for- smokingt giyingV a
picture, of better health in; the fu future
ture future with a Joss of most of -the
distressing symptoms."

The child's father. Set. William

Kane of New Castle,. Pa., asked
for the autopsy.., ; ; ', .,;

Neighbors said they.1 had seen

the -little. Kirl playing around the

toadstools rTiaay auernoon m ine

yard of her home and expressed
the belief that she had eaten some

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ijuze lVfson Gets Break
ifp Sign In New MGM Movie

4 Julie Wison his enjoyed an envi
sKia iHPMiii in h o w business.
She the toast of Broadway and
attracted large London audi audi-,
, audi-, nc in musical shows. She a one
4)f .th select supper and mgnt ciud
ferformers. . ,
M Still, her ahibition is Just being
realized; she wants to make good
Jn movies. "This Could Be The
Jikht," she believes, gives her
hit opportunity. As the night club
iiilger- in the M-G-M production
Marriflg Jean Simmons, Paul Dou Douglas
glas Douglas and Anthony Franciqsa, she
iiot only chants, she acts.
Julie "Wilson was eight when
he decided to break into pictures.
No one in Omaha, Nebraska, where
$ihe was born, had any doubts that
he would make it. Little Marylou
Wilson (she named herseli after
ine of her dollal was going places.
A few- years later, vhes toofcr
Men in the riglit direction, fche en-
iiarwi iht, Miss America i beauty
raska. Next she decided that; dra-.
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and assuming the name Julie,
she enrolled at Omaha University.
To' get along for the time being, she
got r job singing with a local or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra.
Movie offerl n 0 i forthcoming,
she became a third of a singing
trio with Earl' Carroll's Vanities.
Then she worked with a Latin
Quarter btoud in Chicago. The fol
lowing year, she danced In the line
ot New York's Copacabana. tOne of
the headllners of the show 'Win
Paul .Douglas, with whom she was
to be reunited for 1'This Could JBe
The Night."
' Sha played one of tha singing
Uadt In ,tha road company of
"Kiss Mt Kata" and later oln..
d tha company in London. ur
England, she ramalnad te etar
In a musical called "Bat Tew
Life," then replaced Mary Mar Mar-fin
fin Mar-fin m .tha London production ef
"South Pacific."
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M-G-M Producer Joe Pasternak
was In the audience during one
performance of "The P a Ja m a
Game," and success, where Julie
Wilson was concerned, came that
mgnt. He asked ner to come to Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood for "This Could Be The
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Sen. Kennedy
Will Not Run
For President
ARKANSAS, une 11 (UP) Sen Senator
ator Senator John Kennedy of Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts says be ia out of the picture
as a possible candidate for1 the
office of President or Vice Presi President
dent President in 1000. Kennedy speaking
in Hot Springs. Arkansas said be
plans to run for re-election to the
United States Senate next year. He
also predicted the Democrats will
pick up about five seats in the Sen
ate in the mid-term elections.
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WAHCOt I1K.M A T
Burt Lancaster in
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Sterling Havden In
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Today, Tuesday, June 11
PJVL ..
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite ire ire--
- ire-- quests taken by phono
5:30-News
l:6 Wbat'e Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6 : 00 Allen Jackson (News) j
e:-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW ItfaDSi Been
6:30 on sta e e America
. (WRUL)
7:00 interlude For Muaio
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN BCI-
ENCE
7:30 VOA Report From V-B ?
a-nn World Of Jaz
i:ao Life With The Lyon :'
8:00 You Asked: For It (re
v' quests taken by pnone
. tlU 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel EI Pan
ama .-
10:45 Temple Of Dreamt
11:00 Concert under too stars :
12:00-Blgn Olt ; ;
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 12
KM. -i,
fl:oo Sien On Alarni Clock
v 1 Club (requesis laaen oy
M nhone till 7:00)
7:sft Morninir salon Concert
t: 15 Church In The WildwoOd
:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As X See It
10:00 News
io:ii SDlns and Needles (re
quests taxen ny pnone
Ull 8:30)
ii nn Wpwi
ll:05-Splng and Neeaies
(cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00-Newstj f
PJW.
13:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:15-M E L A C H RINO MUSI-
- CALE (Nescafe)
12:30-Sweet And Hot
1:00 News -s.
ltlSMusk Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons of The pioneers
i:45 rrencn in Tne Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Music For, You -t
1:00 Hank snow And,Hls
Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:15 Sammy Kaye Show, 1
1:30 Musio For Wednesday.;
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's : Your Favorite
- (requests takes by
' phone till a:oo)
S-Sft Newa
:35-Whats Tour Fivorltt
(cont'd) 1
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
Protrram '-;'.,.;.-.:
1:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30-Hawall CaUs (WRUL;
7:00 Halls Of Ivy -T:30
VOA Report From VS.
1:00 Musie By Roth
r 1:30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For it (re (re-N
N (re-N quests taken by phone
- ..till 7:30) ....
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert under The Stars
12:00-Sln Oft,
Swedish Diplomat's
Daughter Elopes
With Capitol Page
' WASHINGTON, unc 11 ftrp
a sweaun diplomat in Washington
believes his 16-year-old daughter
has eloped vith a 17 year-old
Capitol page boy.' The Swedish alr
attache Colonel Stig W e B n a r r-strom
strom r-strom said his daughter. Chris-
Una, has been missing several
days. She has been dating the
page, Hu WiUiamal. of Falls
L-nurcn, Virginia, for more than a
year. Police believe they are trav traveling
eling traveling together in a black eonverti eonverti-bla
bla eonverti-bla owned by Williams' mother
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immi

I 'MME I

. ACT or
VIOLENCE
vrtUj & Lancaster i
. - Also: i
axxu err xorx

Canal Far From Obsolete, But Width
Fog, Water Supply Limit. Capacities

'; Editor's Notar In e series of
ay llnad article,' appearing
in the Christian Science Monitor
f Beaton, Ma., W. E. Potter,
Governor of tho Canal Z n a,
and president of the, Panama
Canal Company gives his views
en the Canal and Hi relation-
ahips. Thia. Is the last,- ef four
Monitor articles. .,
By W, E. POTTER
Are the days of the Panama Ca
nal as a great highway of ocean
J 1 1 A
commerce aeiuueiy nuuiuereuf
Is it already outmoded and obso
lete? la sita capacity sufficient for
the remainder of this century?
These are fair questions of coa
cern asked by International trad traders
ers traders and lay citizens alike. :, y
Since there are so many Impon Imponderables'
derables' Imponderables' In slvin a balanced-an-
swervas to the canal's capaci
ty limitations I would like to go
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Opening lead 4 9 .'
THE "book" play occurs fre fre-ouentlv
ouentlv fre-ouentlv in textbooks but seldom if
ever in actual play. - j
When it does come up, it taaes
a mighty good man to recognize
and use it. '
Take a food look st all the hanai.
You are West and open the nine
of snades against three no-trump.
Dummy plays the tens your part
ner the Jack ana declarer me zour.
Vmir nsrtner leads the kins: of
snadea and holds that trick aUo.
Now he leads a low spade and
declarer- wins with the ace. What
do you discard?.
If ou are alert you will get rid
of your queen of diamonds. -The
eara is no use vou ii is a cuivu
that declarer's first play will .be
a diamond and your queen-whi
have to be played anyway, it ae ae-clarer
clarer ae-clarer has the Jack of diamonds
your queen has been no good to
you: if your partner holds three
aiamonas xo jacx your sioe wm
make a diamond trick in any ev event,
ent, event, but it ia mdst important that
your partner make that diamond
tncK, not you.
Signer Mimmo D'Alelio, a mem member
ber member of the World Champion Italian
team, stayed in thia country long
enough to play in the recent Van-
derbilt Cup tournament, He held
tne west nana ana won a matcn
for his team by. remembering to
g rid that queen of diamonds
on the third spade lead.
A fairly' elementary play when
you can look at all 52 cards but
a mighty good one when all you
can see are your own hand and
dummy.
US Policy Towani
Communist China p
Vital Prop To Reds
LONDON. June 11 (UPW Unit-
ed States policy toward Commu Communist
nist Communist China has become' a "vital
oron" for the unity of th Commu
nist bloc in direct conflict with
tha interests of the United States
and the Weat generally, the inde independent"
pendent" independent" "Observer" said today.
' The newspaper said "more and
more high-placed Americans are
tbemselve Vw'oa: aware of the
fact that this policy is unrealisu
ana seu-aeieawug. -.
The refusal vf Britain and a
number of other western countries
to continue banning export of
goods to Communist China which
aro freely exported to Russia has
been accepted by American opi opinion
nion opinion "without emotional excite-
meat, the Observer said.
I added;
"The fiction that Chiang would
one day return from Formosa to
"liberate" the mainland by force
has long burned in America: the
recent anti-American rioU ia For Formosa
mosa Formosa tolerated by Chiang's high highest
est highest security officials, including his
sob indicate that it baa bean
burned by them as welL ;
VICTORIA
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15C
THE TEtAaTSE OP
PAXCHO TULA
- Also:
SON OP SIXBAD

into this problem' rather thorough

ly.
But first, let me state tha ianal
is lar from obsolete. In the Dast
iuur years, us irauic lai bets
the highest in history, averaeine
o,ouu -oceangoing" transits an
nually with a daily a vera en nt a-
bout 24 hips. i
some of the limiting factors
en canal capacity Include also
ef tha locks, depth and width f
channels, fog, and available wa water
ter water supply.
is a problem which did not exist
10 years ago and which had not
Deen foreseen by most marine en
gmeers as taking place in this
century. (
This is the problem of "cle4r "cle4r-cut",
cut", "cle4r-cut", transits. Clear cut tfansit
simply means that a ship re requires
quires requires daylight transit because of
it size- or unwieldiness of because
it contains a hazardous cargo I
au such a snip may not meet or
pass oncoming ships in the eight-mile-
stretch now known fiaH.
lard Cut." v
In 1947 the Isthmian Canal Stu-
aiest projecting into the f u t u r e,
calculated clear-cut transit would

averase about 2 ner cnt, nt tr.f.lture of our nation and much of

fie. x
During the past fiscal year this
would twve amounted to 1U5 sucn
transits. But the actual figufe
was 706! And in the last Six
montns ot calendar year 1956
there Were 435 clear-cut transtk
more than the number projected
for the year 2000.
For safety reasons the hieaer
passenger-carrying liners tare ac accorded
corded accorded clear-cut status. Our oper-
auug cAyeneiitB nas liugnt US
mm lue irasiunK o as manv a
uve ciear-cuts ourmg a oay may
. H
cut total capacity to 18 ihios dnr.
ing the tame period.'
- ine locks are; 1,000 feet long
and 110 feet wide. Any transiting
ship whose beam, is more than 102
Me. presents special problems of
uauuuilj. t v. I
' In auuition to thi i
proDiera. mere are now isn fonw
. - vMV
cr auoat orf aouuding too big to
lias nuuugn me hocks, ia addition

to many warships. Five years agi'ostronomically and place them

there, were only two commercial
vessels too big to go through the
t think It fair to poinf o o t
most of these super size ships
ere built for specialized service,
are net being built tor- routes
through the canal, and that
there are few hai-har in' u.
?r!d 'M nough to aceommo-
Tha neaoa of fh not inn I ttwmimt
oi emergency, however, caul A
..... ..HMUU mU LllllO
ue u maoiiity of tnese ships
w io result in some em-
uarrasament. t
Going lace to our awi-nc nt'iA
umiuw aay, u? number could
we aanuieu easuy durme our ms.
aui operating sciieduie nf l hnurc
a day. But ships do not arrive
uu present scneauies and they vs
ry greatly in their handling capa
bilities.
Under optimum conditions AO
coma De nanaied. But our
planning must be realistic and we
figure the 16-hour day maximum
wiU average out from 26 to 28.
If schedules were increased to
an around-the-clock basis, we
would handle 40 ships a day under
optimum conditions, and perhaps,
sVltCuh 'Lt0 50 by "doptinjg spe special
cial special handling procedure and add add-ing
ing add-ing additional employes.-
ere acam tne practical figure
would be less. ..
Because of the clear ?- cut and
other problems affartina tK. ...
nal's capacity, a special commit commit-w
w commit-w named at a meeting of
in rammi una : i nmn
x uucL-wrs last January to
study the proposed solutions and
to come up with definite recom-
uicnuauuas. :. f ;-. i
The com m iff a all m.Mk... .i
the board, was namod h a.i.i
vT ZTl iln ,my George
;; a"- j who is cnairman
0 e if He """"d me chair chairman
man chairman of the committee, and as co-
WmM in 1 1 n P
Schley (ret.), a, f0rtoer chief of
ui jr. gmeers wno also Served
'a v(Jovenor of the Cabal

OPIWIJ 1B0UI "Uli MISIAIH"

r

It Is anqaestionably ene at tha finest films ef tha
yea. .... M. P. UXBALD.
"One ef these rare pictures abU wtleh ererytUng
eenu last right, i. a pleasora a an eeanta."
''''-':, : -M. P. DAILY. ;
Tnnpreyate be a top hex -erW attraction.
. HAJLRISO.VS EE PORTS.
Ree "THE RAIXMAKm Urriag Brt LatacUr and
Ksfirtne Mfbum tn Ti.taVti and T"ifirolor wikh
OftXS ON WEDNESDAY 11 AT THE CT-YIRAL.

Zone and Ralph A. Tudor of San
Francisco, a leading West .'Coast

engineer and loimer Undersecre
tary of the Interior. -
t he studies already are w e 1 1
underway. Fortunately for eur
committee, we have available
all the engineering facta requir required
ed required tor a solution. r
This is because fhe Isthmian
Canal Studies ot i94, directed by
Congress, was an exhaustive stu

dy ox some 30 possime transcontiH

nemai canal routes from Tehuan Tehuan-tepec
tepec Tehuan-tepec in Mexico to the mrato kiv-
er area in Colombia. Any further
smnv trm on
- point probably would.be a waste
of time and money.
As a result of the Isthmian Stu Studies
dies Studies heport, former Gov. Joseph
C. Mehaffey recommended c o n
verting the anai to a sea i level
waterway. v t-
' ,'i 1
. His : recommendations were
forwarded to Congress without
recommendations by the Presi President
dent President and the Secretary of the
Army There ; since haa been no
congressional action.
Because of the direct link with
i out national welfare and the fu
I the civilized world, responsibility
f?r the final answer lies with
Congress
- There .seem to be our ( major
solution: tD build another canal
elsewhere; (2)' make improve improve-ments
ments improve-ments at a comparatively low
cost to the present canal; (3) con construct
struct construct a third set of locks and ul
timately provide a high level
lock-type canal capable of accom-
modatmg all traflic m the fore foreseeable
seeable foreseeable future; and (O convert the
existing canal to sea level;
Improving the Channel in Gail
lard ((formerly Culebr a) Cut
would mcrease the canal's capaci capacity
ty capacity to handle predicted demand, for
the remainder of the century,?.
This could be done, it was est!
mated in 1947, for $130,000,000. But
it still would not solve the- prob
lem of ship-size limitation impos imposed
ed imposed by the. dimensions of the locks.
Beyond this proposal, costs of
other proposed improvements rise
beyond the. possibility of operating
tne canal on its present self-sustaining
basis. ,
' Ten years ago it was estimat estimated
ed estimated that a third set of locks big
enough to accommodate the big biggest
gest biggest foreseeable ships would cost
$1,143,000,000. A completely mod modem
em modem lock canal with a ; terminal
lake on the Pacific side was esti estimated
mated estimated at $1,632,000,000, while the
cost of converting the canal to sea
level was placed at $2,483,000,000.
A review of thet-e figures- in
M upped the see level; sen
version cost estimates la f),eSa
Ann nnn . : v
Probably only national ,'defensek
neeas couia jusuiy.uca a cusuy
improvement.
Counterbalancing these statistics
are others of an eouallv fantastic
magnitude a consideration is giv given
en given to the possible potential loss
. .. i .
to the economy of the United
States by an inadequate canal
. . . i ?
Women who meet regularly in
small sroups. such as brldae
foursomes and eewlng clubs.
should make sure they don't let
their, social get-together turn
into gossip sessions. Each thinks
But, el course, it will,
gossip wont go any further,

L

AIR-CONDITIONED 1 Two' new
one at left with wrinkle-proof
ieno mean moaei uigntj
Wev7 Shirts
Man7 Under
iy DICK KLIINER
NEW YORK (NEA)Lon8-range
forecast: hot, under the coftar.
And the onlv -sensible thintf to
do is stock tin on licht-welcht sum
mer shirts. With the work, styling
and attention now being given to
summer shirts by manufacturers,
a man is either silly or broke if he
doesn't buy enough to keep him himself
self himself cool and comfortable during
tne aog aays.
"Summer is a soecial fashion
season in itself," says Lawrence
S. Phillips, vice president of the
i-niiiips-jones uoro, Ana PhllllDs-
Jones and thn nthnr mnr hlrf
factories have turned out a fine
display of summer shirts for this
season. -
Chief advance for 1957 la In col
lars. Nowadays you can get con
veriime couars tnat make a sum
mer shirt useful for work and lei
sure. You alwavs could hut now
they look good both ways. The old
ones never quite made tt.''-'
r'Arrew'a Bi-Way eellar fer
example. Is neat both when but buttoned
toned buttoned and went with e tie end
when unbuttoned and worn
with a bobbins Adam's aaale.
It COmS In both ahert alaewe
and lone sleeve models. In
variety ef .colors.' j,
Bond Stores', collection Includes
similar convertible collar.- So
does Van Heusen's. And they all
ave collars of the more normal
sorts semi-spreads, button-downs
and the full assortment.
- There's s big swing to' short
sleeved models for summer wear.
Gradually, the use of short sleeves
in summer' has soften across to
some of the strait laced outfit
that once banned them. Currently,
they're fine, In almost any office,
and they should be. Jt's ridiculous
to be burdened with i long, sleeves
on 80.nlna dam. -.
In fabric, summer shirts run the
gamut from the light and flimsy
mesh models to fine looking batia
tes and white-on-white jacquards
ana piques. Van Heusen also boasts
S handsome cool voile tht livht.
weight but still satisfies the men
who like the look of oxford cloth.
So be eooL and when yotr alva
somebody the shirt off your back,
make sure it's a comfortable sum
mer lightweight.
With the rebirth of blue serge,
there arises once again the prob-
Th3 Il3Yif Sfn Tliil 1$
r
V

rw.-t-'. -:,if-fr
r

Tbeve are people twn tryn rl Ut frem tke amke
and Jsrt aoi rry Jr ef tfce nw aa that ia svr.rr
. Anartea. For tbt ( tt t m, tha mtia pirtsra mrrtn crrt
te Trri r';vt trt t.. 1 r :v t H f-'r ..
Anthnr C -n .1 r) f --t n T:. VULD FA" II
wtka i. $ at t i : x.

4

If
summer shirts are the sheer
collar (Van Heusen) and the
wh convertible coUar (Bond).
Are Cool,
ii
The Collar
1 1
lem T of "dandruff. ? (You'd be sur surprised
prised surprised at how. many men. accord.
ing to one leading clothing firm.
won t ouy blue serge if they have
a bad case of dandruff.)
One of the leading anti-dandruff
tneatments will make a point, in
Coming ad camoaiens. that its us
helps make a man presentable in
dark duits. This may be stretching
things a bit, but if you intend to in
vest in one ot the new blue serges,
check your scalp first. No point in
always looking like you've just
come. In out. of the snow
The jewelry business Is moaning
Slightly. The bis trend then. Hiv,
is toward elegance more subdu subdued
ed subdued jewelry to go with the more
subdued look of the narrow lapels
and generally more conservative
styling. .
For Jewelers, this mean "hard
times. They thrive In ad era of
lavish, splashy Jewelry.' And any-
uoay wno spiasnes today is lust
all wet.
M:n Ccn Tc!(e Driol
5C3-D:orc3 Ileal
XL
Bolorc Cclbpsfcn
JSAN FRANCISCO. Jum 11 fUPl
A human being, can stand a tem
perature, of 800 degrees Fahren
heit for. a brief period before col-
lapsing, a University of Washing Washington
ton Washington scientist reported today.
- The scientist. Konrad Buettner.
reported on the effect of high tem temperatures
peratures temperatures on human performance'
m a paper aeuverea ia uio semi semiannual
annual semiannual meeting 'of. the 'American
Society, of Mechanical Engineers.
uuettner s figures indicated that
under specific conditions, a man
"covered with one ceniimeter ; of
clothing, might remain as long as
a minute and a half in air at (00 v
degrees Fahrenheit without cot
Upse."5 ....vv,.V
"Without protective clothing-.'he
might survive a 300-degree tern-
perature for the same period,"
Buettner said.. . ,:' ; -v
The question of beat tolerance
is of vital importance to engineers
designing aircraft traveling at su su-personlc.
personlc. su-personlc. speeds since the aircraft
are liable to become heated by
friction of the sir,... ;
Svecplng
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- '. FORD'S NEWEST?-7Th!s candid photo,, made at a Detroit area test track, show's a 'car re-
, ift"- ported ? be the new 1958 EdseI 10 be manufactured by Ford Motor Co. The Edsel, scheduled
, for introduction in September 1957, will sell in he medium price field. It has been learned
"unofficially, that the Edsel will come equipped with double headlights, a split front bumper H
, and wrap-around grille. The center ,of-the grille is oval shaped. v .

-Sir AnSEdcn.
May Have Uovr Role

As Q::;nr$ Advisor

A

be

I today

Eliza'

Chroni-

he
ini-

ce

, been,!

v.; r
"may

of

. ",T..v Taa 11 1

- l : -f DiuiAulatpn 1

"that Sir Anthony Eden will

' come an aavisui
beth to his political retirement.
' mu- n. Molsnn rnllimn Ul

in;,.. Npw: and. Sunday Chi

' .i. ..m that two royal "gra

-K' and favor" residences has

linked to Eden s imure.

, HThe wueen, uuuu":. uuuu":.-offer
offer uuuu":.-offer him a royal house-ind

lob," the coiummsa nu.
, The newspaper, pointed out that
although Eden, resigned, as Prime
Z.-.-i.tZ. as member of rar-

k ih RiiM crisis, he did not resign

" from the Queen' privy: councils
, The former Prime -Minister
' X membership on the founcU plus
his complete political retirement,
' 1 a! him .licihle to iota the ranks

, of the Queen personal .fdvisors
i m. 1....' Baiil .fH7A. 'a? fit

l'and iaVor-'Upartments jw". w
.vacant and could be used, by Eder
and Lady Eden who now h a v

Grace, ana uvw w""" : .--'

nisnea ijenwrw

service w pe court.'
One of the vacant oryal residents

IS in SUrIM riuw,wuiv
cupied by the lata crown equerry
Clr Piers Ieh. s c

The other Is AdekldV Cottage at

pied byPrineess Margaret' Jwit-f-.-
.nt Vator Townsend.

; h.n ha waa a member of t h e

Fdi3 Ir.f:ra:I!:n ;
.:iicHn (iliicniW?

. ral juage in vui-e
- that mobster canceted hi ato;

"&g Walter;Laby-tyeiVthe
usual Saturday ruling to- I fc
tLabuy found the Itahanborn Ric-
iMme-time lieutenant of tiie late
' Chicago gang' leader Al Capone.
&y foSd the ItaUan-born Eica-

failuri to give HtlMM"

gave Bicc ;10 days to answer the

' He said that Ricca'i faflura to

. disclose ms r:
concealment of o t h r material
facta wipes out, and we q u o t e,
tho certificate of v, dtiienship
- him Aii assistant '.u-

t ilited SUtes.attorney-Joha Blck Blck-;
; Blck-; lev who handled the case said
that the ruling canceled Ricca s ci ci-"senship.
"senship. ci-"senship. Bickley "idtoathe wiU
appear before Labuy Tuesday and
.4 T;AM. aivA fin Bis

: aemana mi -. --
" aaturaliiation certificate. -.
The government has been trying
- deport Bicca and Ubuy's ruling
was regarded as a step toward
that and. 'r
Big loan To. Egypt
For Dam Project f
Reported In Cairo;
- CAIRO. Juna 11 (UP) The

1 PS"r)-. 4 ,M I
the World Bank is expected to ap-j

prove a 'Kg wan- to x-gypi
, th Aswan "high dam' project J
. In A it port from Geneva.- the

- taper said "preliminary agreed

meet" hid been reached curing
current talks between Egyptian re re-.
. re-. TresenUtivea and World Bank of of--
- of-- Cciala.

8, Flu Cases -Aboard
Ship
Due At Frisco

SANRANCISCO.-une 11 (UP)

i Eight cases of the Asiatic in

fluenza aboard the liner "Presi

dent Cleveland are scheduled to

dock at San. Francisco from the

Philippines tomorrow, : President
Line v authorities i said 18 persons

of the 11 Hundred aboard the ship
had contracted the disease in the

Orient, but 10 already have recovl

erea. -1 -,

American-Polish
Agreemenl Given

Praise By Press

i 1 i

WARSAW,, June ,11 (UP)

Polish newspapers, overcoming

their disappointment on the size
of American credits, today
pointed ,to f the agreement as

"making a further gap in the

Iron curtam.". k .- ;.

The newspaper Zolnierf Won-

osci eaidi 1t may be affirmed

without exaggeration that the

Polish American' i" agreement

made a gao in the Iron K Cur

tain." ' " 1 ''

But it earlier stressed that the
loan "is approximately three

times smaller than tha sum oe

The hewspapet compared the

U.S. credit with British. relaxa

tlon f .trade with, ...Communist

China and added! '.- v

.,.'Mrrie normalization of trad
relations, their maintenance ahd

development constitute trie
most imoortant form of practi

cal realization of the principle

of neaceful oo-exlstence. w:!f

Zycle warszawy saia tn U.S.

polish agreement was aa essen

tlal atep- forward in the airec'

tlon of normalization of econo

mic relations between .Poland

and the United States ana thus

in the direction of normalization
of economic relations between
East and West This is one more

break in the barrier (between

East and West) which was built

not by f us during the -t cold

war., vi;;....:... '. il-M

- l pay I
JUtlE
k::i

Georgia; High School

Croup Told To Pay f
Hplel For(D2m2ge$ ;

If T) A VTOnA BE ACl ria..' June

11 (Ur) Twenty p eigni, mmiivv

ta, Gi., high scnooi seniors ww
ordered to .pay $600 to the owners
of a motel here who charged the
youths with 'damaging -property
during a visit.
- pr Jimtiri Anthony Greik

ealled 12 .of the vouncsters before

him Friday and .dismissed charges

them n condition they pay sow

to Mr. and Mrs. George P Ciarx,

owner of the oceanfront motel

where the youths stayed, asd $363

in court .costs,' -;
-Sixteen other Marietta seniors

who visited the motel earlier but

had returned heme were threat

ened with extradition if the fine

is not paid. w . v
"They ought to diseouraca hleh

school kids who come down here

and do .this sort of thing,, said)

Grezik'
Constable Otis McCuHough Is

sued warrants for the youths aft after
er after Mrs. Clark charged the .boys

used bedspreads for beach towels

and damaged Venetian olinds in
the rooms they occupied. She .said
the youths visited here In three
groups and that the last' r t e u p
waa asked to leave Wednesday, j
She estimated total' damaga ta
the motel at around $2,800. .1

15-Year Old Bride
Of KKK Leader
Released From Jail

TALLADEGA, Ala., u n e 10

(UP) An attorney said today
a new fugitive warrant will be
issued for Ku Klux Klan leader

Alvin Horn,'. 45, 1 charging he

"falsely" swore his' 15-year-old
bride was 20 years old..
Horn's pretty bride, Barbara,
was freed from jail Friday after
four days of confinement on a
delinquency warrant. .Judge

Henry O Hurst ordered her re

lease on grounds that she is

pregnant. :, 1

The girl's uarents Mr, and

Mrs.-William H. Richardson, had
sought to have the marriage
annulled. Their attorney, Huel
Love, said they will continue to
seek Horn's arrest.

Love obtained one warrant
charging Hbrn with false swear

ing in obtaining a Georgia war warrant
rant warrant to marry the attractive
high school student,' but officers
who tried to serve it found It
was not drawn up properly.

The Rlohardsons had charged
their daughter with delinquency

to keep her from Horn until they
could have the marriage an

nulled, but agreed with the Judge

that a pregnant girl -should not
remain in Jail.
- "Whether anyone approves It

or not," Judge Hurst told them,

-snalMSmed to Alvin Horn."

The klan leader, a widower
and. father of six children, and

the girl were married, in Tren
tona, on May 3.1 V,
Reds Rap Japanese
Chief For Adhering
To Policias Of US

. MOSCOW., June 11 fUP) The

Communist Party organ pravda
today criticized Japanese Prima

Minister Nobusuke Kishi's r for foreign.'
eign.' foreign.' policy during his recent

trip to Asia as evidence that Ja

pan sun la "Douna w ine mm-

tary, political and economio In

terests, of the united state gov

erning circles," .'rt ? v "vt ''

Pravda said that despite tnt
steps Japan toe to normalize

relations with the Soviet Union

and now is taking to establish

trade .contacts "with Communist

China, its Dolicy "remains incon

sistent and contradictory."-

Kishi's Asian tour provided nu

merous examples of this incon inconsistency,
sistency, inconsistency, pravda said. It said
that on the one hand he called
for outlawing nuclear tests, and
on the other supported stocking
atomic -weapons on Japanese
territory without mentioning the

fact that tha United States does

not need them there.

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V E SIX

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 19S7

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Panama r.

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FIVE BALBOA HIGH SCHOOt GRADUATES WILL BE
GUESTS OF HONOR AT CURUNDU COFFEE
, ? His Curundu Women's Club will give a coffee at, the
Community Building at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning to
If which all resident of Curundu are Invited,
i t l five Curundu girls who graduated from Balboa High
School last week will be the guests of honor.

Venezuelan Ambassador
ie rer vishs riere
Til. Amnassaaor, of Venezuela
to reru. vuu ,Uamo pan

airivea -on jsuuauy ana is a guest
ti loa Amuassaaor oi Venezuela in
lanama iron js.st.euan ".uiaioauo.

feaiuoaa nu Mra. viiaioauu ai me

t mDassy resiaence, & ,..
Cffieers Elected
f or wmmtr: Keereation
fcoard '
ini Canal Zone Summer Recrea-

tion fcoara met in tne uiabio

vorwipi! center last nighu The lol-

lowing officers and board members

were present:

...Mr. Valley (Bright, president; Lt.
Col Roy A. Mordenr 1st ; v i t e e-j
j e-j resident; U. COL O. H. Car r,
ana vice-president; Mr. W. I- Hol Hol-liwell,
liwell, Hol-liwell, treasurer; Mr. J. R. Town Town-mui.
mui. Town-mui. secretary Mrs. H. W. Gril-

14 Ancon; Mrs. H. C. Simpson,
Iwblo; Mrs. Deel Carlson, Los
JUosJ Mr. Paul L'EIia, Balboa;

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Mrs. Walter Woodruff, Cristobal;

Mrs. Thomas Egger, Margarita;
Mrs. Betty Gann.. lort jxobbe:

Chaplin C. G. Chaphe. Atlantic-

side Armed Forces Mr. h. R.

Lilygreen, Fort Clayton Mr. A. W.
Piaia, Curundu Major C. W. Woo Woo-ten,
ten, Woo-ten, Quarry Heights and Lt. Great Great-house,
house, Great-house, loth Naval District. i

s The purpose of this meeting was
to coordinate the program between

the Armed Forces and civilian

communities.
Alamans Leave
For States

Vacation

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Aleman

and their two children Danny and

Terry left .for two-monu vaca

tion in the United States. They
will visit San Francisco, Los Ange

les, Ft. Worth Texas, St. Lows

and Mew YorK.

Naval Officers'

Wiwat' LunehMn

The regular monthly luncheon i

the Naval Officers' Wives Club

will be held at 12 o'clock on Tues

day, June 18 at the Fort Clayton

Officers' Club. Following lunch

and the business meeting, there

will be a white elephant drawing.
Each member is asked to bring a
gift wrapped white elepahnt to

the luncheon. J
Members wishing to make late
reservations or cancellations
hnnM rail Mrs. D. A. Myers at

Naw number 3508 before 12 o'

clock noon on Monday, June 17.

er taoie brignuy uecorateu wim a
colored tamecioih ana homing two
lava puutu uuwi&. uuk a uuy
uruiidey presiaea at tne puncu

UDie.
Guests attending were the uun

oree a niouim, jut. xnuue s juvau,
ner granamouier, imrs. Esther mu mu-I'duu.,:
I'duu.,: mu-I'duu.,: uer uuul, itas... iuai'e tiuuu tiuuu-siuut
siuut tiuuu-siuut auu uio mesuamt uiitue

Garcia, ugena e uama,ueivtt
uiauaiii, uuiKia Uoiiu, iumum ue

uaccaDunco, xeticia Woouman. li

niia tiasso anu tne misses' very a

Villalaz. Judy Brinklev. Sadip Wil

liams, Nydia Tejada, Joyed Lowe,
Hilda Fernandez, Beulita de Bello
and Goldy Hatgi.

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Funeral Services
For Mrs. Allen ;U ;

Sel For Thursday

Mrs. Jane Allen, a widow "and

native of Jamaica died at Gorgas
hospital yesterday morning. Taken
suddenly ill. she was rushed to

the hospital last Saturday night.

Emigrating to Panama' during

construction days, Mrs. Allen spent
approximately 40 years on the

Isthmus. Before the retirement of

h 1 at a KiiaKanl vri a liVAfi In T

iica saw uuouhuui duu w vu ui

Boca, but resided lately in Parai

so with one of her daughters.

Daughters surviving her are

Mrs. Hilda Warren of No. 351-A.

Paraiso, and Mrs. Hannah Moore.

of No. 661-B. She is also survived

by six grandchildren and a broth,
er In Jamaica.

Miss Esther Reynolds

Honored With
Crystal Shower
Miss Nira Reyes of Curundu was
the hostess at a delightful crystal

shower on Tuesday evening. June

4, iq honor of Miss Esther Key
noldi, who will marry Mr. R. E.
Niskanen in the aummer.

The buffet table beautifully de

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The funeral has been set for

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JUNE 16 v
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With calypso the current rage, a calypso coif has been desirnni
by Coiffures Americana for wm -Vii A.,.,-" n .lfnea

b a combination of wave, and bruVhed ''it aU iuVfomed
on a basie cap coif. This is an easy hairdo form '0me

$6 $deal Jor Su

ummer

By ALICIA HART
NBA Beatury Editor

ALONG about now. you're prob

ably thinking of having ydur hair

styled for summer. And what you

have in mind is a hairdo that s

cool, pretty and easy to keep.

Thei answer lies in the hand ot

n expert hair stylist, of course.

Give him an idea of what you

want and make sure that he shows
you how to set your hair in order

to follow the lines he's carved out.

The v calypso coif is an ideal

Summer hairdo. The hair is kept

medium short so that it doesn t

hang hot and heavy on the neck
And it's long enough to allow for

curls that are soft and wide.
This is the kind oof hairdo that

looks well even when it's breeze

blown. It can, as a matter of fact,
be kept in order with brush, comb
or fingers. It can look pretty and
informal at the seaside and equal
ly soft and young it an evening
party. ,, ,
. Because of its short lengl
you'll find it a simple matte: to
shampoo your calypso coif' often

during the hot, humid and sticky

summer days. ..v

fetch notie for Inclusion in this

column iheuld be submifttd m

typi-writtan torm and mailed ee

ths boa numbtr lutod daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othnrwito," or dslivorod
kv hsnd to the ottice. Notices ot
meetings cannot be accoptod b
tolepheno. 'i v

Club Macanice

it.i L-occ UK.cort

The members of the-.Club' Meca

niLj j 6.i8ieiiu uc4 anu i)J4iu

are asked to attend a meeting to

neid at tne Cluo u.iGay at t p.m.

ior election oi ouicers.
Training Center

Management r-orura'
Will Moot Tonight '" '' :

At tne regular meeting or the

Management Forum in the 'Pana

ma cana trainuijj center touay

at cm p.m. Lloyd u. Murphy, at

sistanv u'aming otiicer oi tne ra

name Canal Co., will discuss "A-

reas ot rreeoom tor supervisors

Members ot the torum. who in

tend to Dring guests should- notuy

boo jeurey today r as to-the sum

Der tney will bring, u ; v,

Colon's Christ Church Holding
Special Anniversary Services

Keep This LIsf v

And Keep YoarVifci

MEMO to menr Want to" make

sure your wife isn't bitten by-the

,0D. pug? ",".-

It you really feel a woman's

place is in the home you can keep

your wile happy being a ruiMime

homemaker if you really want to.

All you have to do is ,v

Show your pride in the Job she

Is doing instead of taking hex con

tributions forvgranted.

Make her a business partner. A

lot of wives go to work just be

cause they are tired of asking a

man lor. money or hearing him

complain every .time a bill cornea

in. ,- .i v

Get her out of the house at least

two evenings a-week. She'll be

far more content to stay at home

during the day if she can look for-

Hi WANT! .TO XiXP

TALK to her about your job. A
woman doesn't need a career of

she feels she is helping her bus-

bang get ahead.

Let her' know you think she is

a good mother. She isn't likely to

run out on a jod u 3he feels she
is doing it better than anyone else
could. i

Take pride in your home and
keeping it fixed up. If you want
a woman to be happy staying at
home, it is just common sense to
help her make the home at attrac attractive
tive attractive as possible.; i--
' It Is hard to sell women in gen

eral on the importance of being
full-time bomemakers. But almot

any man who wants to can sell

ward to little social life at night, his wife on the idea.-

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Replica Of Tomb
Of Christ Is Built
By Baptist Minister

COVINGTON, Ky. June (UP)

The Rev. Morris Coers of the ta

rn anuel Baptist Church here t is
nearing realization of a dream

born years ago in the Holy Land-

to- reconstruct in this country a re

plica of the sepulcher said to have
been the tomb of Christ.- :
Work on the unusual project on

Hatchett Hill, overlooking tne u-

hio River, began more than a year

ago.
: A tlit at f arras, as linaWU- AVtnA 1

na, va-f'IS bcff ea .uuHrj utiw ow
being used to lift 100-pound slabs

of rock to form a wan on tne mu-

side. .i
Below this wall, a narrow slit in

the rock leads to a rough hewn

chamber, about IS by 20 feet in
size. On one wall is written in He

brew, '.'He is. the 'beginning and

the end."
"This is a replica of the tomb

of Christ.' the minister said. "It

was in just such a chamber that
His body was placed on Good Fri

day. Every time I enter this shel

tered place I get a feeling ot awe.

roe clergyman saw mat years
aso. on hia first pilgrimage to the

Holv Land, he visite the tomb

believed to be the one Joseph of

Arimatbea gave for the body oi
Christ and resolved to duplicate t
in America. j-
Tons of steel and 'concrete; as
well' as stone.1 have been 'used.

Skilled workmen -have given the

concrete the appearance of weatn weatn-ered
ered weatn-ered rock,, duplicating the appear,
anee of trje .tomb it Jerusalem.
Il3vPtoTypb$S
Developed In II. Y.
Boost Industry.
BUFFALO, N. Y. Jun (WP)

Fruit 'breeders at the JNew York
State Agricultural Experiment Sta

tion here have eeveiopea several
superior varieties of plums ', that
how oromise for the. fruit-grow

ing industry.;. -..,

The varieties, oemg piantea oy

growers tn.wew irors; state, m
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mericas MirabeUe. Stanley, -wmen

is replacing .Kalian Prime, it the

most widely grown so far.- v
Italian Prune figures In the par

entage of two other selections, un
named to date, that show. promise

and are available on a restricted

basis for trial by interested grow

ers from the New York state rruit
Testing Association here. -'
One is a large, reddish-blue free freestone
stone freestone slum that ripens early and

may be of value for roadside stsndl

or for local fresh fruit marketa.
The second Is a late season prune
that hat good, aualityt-la eeK-

fruitful and may have value in

prolonging the season for prune

type plumf. , v

A series' of special services sre

being conducted at. Colon's Christ
Church fiy-the-Sea each evening at

7:30 this Week in. observance of

the 82nd anniversary of its con
secreation as a Place of worshio

The oldest cuirch on the Atlantic

side, and the mother church in

the Panama diocese of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church, it was consecrated
on June 15, 1865.

One of the features of the celeb

ration la the presentation: of cler

gymen formerly associated : with

tne parish, -who have been select selected
ed selected by the rector. Rev, J. Peter
Farmer,' as the anniversary

preacners.

At the opening service on Sun

day evening ... the- congregation

heard the Very Rev. Mainert J.j

reterson, wno served as rector

before bis appointment to the Ca

join in -thanksgiving' for the ma many
ny many blessings during the years.
-As a fitting close to the eelebra.

tion, Bishop R. Heber Gooden, will
make his visitation to the parish
on Sunday evening to adminisW
the Apostolic Rite of Holv Con.

firmation and to preach for the

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Harold E. Stas-

sen, President -Elsenhower's disar

mament adviser,- on the London

disarmament talks:

' "We are making slow and care.

ful progress toward an agreement

thedral of St., Luke as Dean., Also of partial measures concerning a-

in attendance was Rev.. Clarence iirsi-step on tne armaments con-

Cragwell. who was married at the vol program."

historic church almost 50 years ' V- s
ago. ; I' CHICAGO-Louis Girard. broth-

Tiie Rev. John A. Spalding." of .er oi American soioier William s.

St. Mary's Church. Rainbow City

and Rev. Clarence Hayes, priest-

m charge ot St. Christopher
Church, Rio Abajo, were listed as

preachers for yesterday and to

day. Both., former acolytes at
Christ Church,- they received their

theological training at the Church

ma. i . i . .

Tomorrow evening the special

proachar will he Von. Lemuel
B. Shirley, rector of St. Paul's

Church and Archdeacon of Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. A former resident ef Ca
tun, Shirley was baptised as an
infant at Christ Church. -..

On ; Thursday evening the ser-

mop will be delivered by Rev. A-

lan it. iventt. tormer baritone sol

oist of Christ Church Choir Guild.
He was accepted as a postulant
for Holy Orders c while Peterson
Was rector. He is a graduate of
Berkeley Divinity School New Ha

ven, Conn., and since his ordina ordination
tion ordination to the priesthood has been in

charge of St. Alban'a Church, Pa

raiso. '

The preacher on -Friday will be

Rev. Henry A. Balke,. headmaster
of Christ Church District Academy

and assistant to the rector of

Christ Church. Part of Slake s the

ological training was received at

the General Theological Seminary
in New York City. He and Spald

ing were also accepted as postul postulants
ants postulants for' Holy Orders during Pe
terson's rectorship. ;
The special service Saturday, the
anniversary day, will be Choral
Eucharist at 6 a.m.-when parish

ioners are bidden to be present to

Girard. wanted by the Japanese

on manslaughter charges: f i t-
"It Isn't just my brother, but I
believe any 'American citizen, par

ucuioriy a serviceman, should be
tried in American courts and not
courts of any foreign country."i t
, EAST LANSING, Mich. Vice
President Richard M.. Nixon, 'on
anti-American feelings la occupied
countries: --r. t
."We are very fortunate in hav having
ing having as little anti-American senti sentiment
ment sentiment as we have had." It is im

possible to maintain forces abroad

without creating some tension." f
' NORTHFIELD. 4 Minn.' Gen.

Lauris Norstad. sapreme Allied

commander of the North Atlantic

Treaty Organization. on the out

look for peace in Europe: ,,- tu..

! "The people now have, hone and

confidence. -They belie ve that
there will be a future a verr
good future.!' v
ROME The son of Countess
Margherita Mancinelli- Scotti di

San Vrto on -his expulsion from
the family palace by his mother
because pf his marriage to fUa
star Elsa Martinelli: : -.
We did everything kviucbv a
hurry that we had so time to tell
anyone. I am, however, convinced
I can persuade all that my mar

riage is based on solid.- founda

tions." i ti , ; ,1

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parading la honor ef the Xnd Anneal Encampment ef the '.Yet
erana ef Forelga War, the Veterans present Adalbert Fastlich,
head ef the well-known Jewelry firm, with citation recorHrfnr
hie meritortooe service to the youth of the Canal Zone and the)
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.TtJESDAll JUNE 11, 1957

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N E W S
Ba.be UHI Houm
Scan Of Scout Kites
U'he leaaers of Iroop 24, Mrs.
Wesiey iownsend ana .Mrs. wan wan-ley
ley wan-ley muion, held a..turj
wards recently at the tfaiboa Lit Little
tle Little aouse in ialDoa. special ijuest
at. iie a wa iiue. jauni u u-mel
mel u-mel of France, v A
r Ulor guaras Jof the tiatf Cere Ceremony
mony Ceremony were Sara June Carter and
Susan Wenborne. After the pledge
of allegiance, the girls sang 0
Beautiiul Banner," xectfed tne pro
mise; the Scout laws and, sang the
' promise, song. .
Girls, who fcarned the world
neighDor oaage, weie icmu w
writ a play -which was produced
ana presented as; part of tne en en-tertainmentv'
tertainmentv' en-tertainmentv' These young authors
were oy Miamiiton(- Carolyn a a-vis,
vis, a-vis, Linda 'Turner, Tina Koenig,
Susan Wenborne, reggy tSUcn. ana
Syaney-Townsend." , vn
. Year pins were presented to
those -qualitied alter -whicn three
senior Scouts from Senior Troop
80, Manna Miner, joaruara rai raider
der raider and Kuth Thompson, welcom welcom-ta.
ta. welcom-ta. the girls who are going into
the senior high iroop in Septem September.
ber. September. They are; yegjjy Chalmers,
Carolyn Sharp and ousanne Whit Whit-more,
more, Whit-more, who were, aiso, presented
senior hand-books by troop serine,
Marjory Miller: .w
?' 'nw" group sang songs to the
UkOieie accompaniment of usan
"Wenoorne, atier whicn anbtner
play was presented Dy some ot
tne girl' as a seconu-cuum require requirement,
ment, requirement, loliowea oy tne awartting of
t4 badges to 15 irls with nine be
coming urst-cias scouts. The tirst tirst-ciass
ciass tirst-ciass scouts meeting the require requirements
ments requirements were Susanue vVhitmore,
oyuue luwnsena, aarjono Miner,
Loretta Jemmott, Aay HamUton,
1-eggy Ettch, Carolyn Davis, i'eg i'eg-cy
cy i'eg-cy maimers ana jrendiU Barnc Barnc-house.
house. Barnc-house. -.-.:.
Alter the closing ceremony,
'which inoluaed reitiring the colors
' and taps, refreshments were serv
Stnier Troop 80
"senior Troop 80 is closing its
Scout year withl" swimming par-
y at Eort Clatyton with Mile. Jain Jain-m
m Jain-m Tumel of Franca s fcpecial
; guest. .
Activities Of Trop U 3f I
Three1 girls from Troop Zi Louise
Bailey, Nancy Cosgrove and Caro Caro-,
, Caro-, lyn Richardson ,visife4 the School
of The Blind in Panam Cily nd
presented1 Maj. Suhdburg ot the
Salvation Army' 'with a contribu contribu-tio
tio contribu-tio in behalf of Troiip 22. The
girls of Troop 22 with their repre-,
sentativfl, named ibove," are as fol follows;
lows; follows; Marilyn Anderson; Joan Bos
welLV ttfm Bdswell,; Janis Brogie,
BonnieiConklin, Nancy Cotton; Ca Carol
rol Carol Crum, Shelly Egudin,' Carol
Farbman, Maria Fernandez, Janet
Fields, Mary Beth Hacit Irene
Huseman,' Julia Hightower, Carol
Kopinos,- Katherine Knowles, Ker Ker-stem
stem Ker-stem McKay, Judy Schlatter, Gail
Woods, Kolleen- Yocum, Donna
:'.ry
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRINCI
DO you remember when, you fell
in love? wp-a- -t it.-V.?
If so,; you remember -an experi experience
ence experience with -what .we rall i."w o B-
itt." ': -tv-
i!'. f. li'-.J'S i 'V ;.
It came suddenly; One moment
jour young man was Just another
attractive companion. T h t n he
laughed or said "anywhere", to a
taxi-driver and you were in love.
With warning you'd become
suddenly aware of his sexuality.
In addition to bis power to make
you giggle, comfort you. know
what ta do about a missed, train.
you abruptly realized that he could
also mate lova to you. iou were
filled with wonder its promts of
unexplored-joys, , ; ; j5- s
' On the strength of this wonder,
you now put up with his habit of
spilling ashes on your slip covers.
. WE women also experience won wonder
der wonder when we enter a baby's room
in the morning. The sight of him
sleeping, breathing, unbelievably
ours, fills os again with the temr
of unexplored Joys. On the strength
Of this wonder, we squeeze orange
Juice, go without sleep, read Dr.
ipock.
; If we remember how we f tit.
Wo understand-why children are
So grateful -when -we- encourage
their experiences with wonder.

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Louise Schulti and Kathy Kasher.
.This cash gift, was Troop, 22's
major civic project for the year
and will be used by the. students
of the .School Of The Blind.
Leaders of Troop 22 are Mrs.
Thomas K. Chalmers. Mrs, Ger
ald E. Cosgrove and Mrs. Wen-
aeu V. JKnowles. .
Corundu Girl Scouts
Hold Court Of Award
Troop 28, Girl Scouts of Curun
du, heid their court of Awards re
cently hi the new community bulla
ing in Curundu. Their families
were invited: Refreshments were
served. 1 1
Two members of the troop. Mil
dred liejernette and Maxine Bag-i
gatt were awarded their curved
bars.
Elizabeth Dvkes and Jo Ann
Reichert were awarded their first
class badges.
Shirley Blumberg, Rise Neal,
Diane Brown, Anita Eldridge. Bon
nie Engel, Sheila Laporta, Aymie
Lugo, Jeanette Martens, Catherine
Brice. Eve Stephan. Judith War
lord were awarded second class
badges. r. "- .
Marianne McCarragher Diane
Wallace, Sandra Wirtz, Diane
Brown and Eve Stephan, were a
warded proficiency badges.:
Maxine Baeeatt acted as miss
tress of ceremonies for the eve
ning.
The troop presented two skits,
"Nosebag Dramtics, and "How a
Girt Scout is Won. They were
presented by the second class
Scouts.
The' Junior High Scouts, render
ed three sones. ..'
Leaders Eva Stephan. Gloria
iBrown, : Gingei1 Rood and Alice
Haeborg presented the awards.
with the exception of the curved
bars which were given by the fath-
Mrs. Robert Donley. Curundu
neighborhood chairman, called out
tne names.
Mrs. Ray Perkins, district chair
man, accepted the graduating in intermediates
termediates intermediates with the help of two
senior Scouts from Troop Nc 10
of Balboa. -
Ralph Zachary. 'commander of
the Lt. Frank P. Albrook. Post )No.
3822;; veterans of Foritiien Wart,

Mpresented the future senior Scouts

also formally thanked Zachary as
commander of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars for- their additional
Bill of two-flags standards, v two
flag staffs,' two emblems, and two
nag DeitS.
'Diplomas and corsages .were
presented- to the : future senior
bcouts by the Troop.' f vf V'?
A corsage and a book signed
by the: troop members was pre-
sented to- Mrs, Eva Stephan by
Maxine Baggatt for her interest
in the troop during the past year.
Letters of T appreciation 1 were
presented to Mrs. Alice Wacbore
and to Ralph zachary, whj repre repre-ented
ented repre-ented the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, Lt; Frank R." Albrook Post
No. 2811 of Curundu.-
W are' alow with accusations of
"stubbornness" when immy ? in
sists on standing at the window in in-stread
stread in-stread of coming when bo's called.
Awaro that he -may be wondering
instead of stubborn, we Joi him.
Sure enough, wo discover that he's
absorbed in watching raindrops
moving down the window pane. He
is lost in wonder at they war their
tiny streams rush together, separ
ateana converge again. $,
-' y , 1
My advice to be gentle with his
wonder is not poeUc but v e r y
practical .,
,- r v "" t ;'
A CHHJ whose wonder has
been called bad names like "stub-
Dornness becomes verr irrltabla.
He develops angry distrust of the
pessimists wno continually suggest
there are no unexplored Joys for
mm. uenied wonder, be loses the
happy expectancy that enable us
all to put up with frustrations.
Psychoanalyst Rouo May 'calls
wonder -the attitude; of oeenm
heightened interest, response
tie opposite to cynicism and bore-
Today, because parents are to
busy with nonsenso to appreciate
the value of wonder, many chil
dren are horribly bored.
Sharing a child's wonder with
him is -one of tb sorest ways on
'earth to come dot to him
I:M pja.

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mJtocta I aU UtL
rwtAi
Earl Bock's t
fioriromviMT Party m
Juno 'i
Earl Beck. Superintend
ent of the Terminals Division, will
do nonorea at a reiuemeia party
on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m.
a toe jfiuia Home. Anyone inter interested
ested interested in attending please call Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 1620 between the hours of i
a.m. nd : 4:O0 p.m. for reserva reserva-uoua
uoua reserva-uoua vu or oeioio June 18, 1957.
Card Croup ,'''
ur. tiaiboa
Woman's Club
'me curu uroup of the Blboa
Woman' uuo meets Thursday at
u.t v.ra. at tne iivou uun
House.
eMtrvations may. be made by
caiiuug jurs. juanao fenningion x x-w,
w, x-w, Mis. ?mx uper i-4iz ana
Mrs. Kveiyn Johnstone 2-37W.
food Superstitions
nave no oasis
m reel, says Frot.
bo& aivuLL,, june (UP)
If you believe any of the follow following,
ing, following, you are wrong: ',
ihat you can lose weight by not
drinking water, t
That aluminum cooking pots
cause cancer,
That fish is brainfood.
That' milk causes mucous. -!
That skim milk has all its food
value removed. ,
.! Dr. Cora Miller, assistant pro
feasor of foods and nutrition at the
University of California, cited the
above as just some of the supersti superstitions
tions superstitions still common about food., Her
answer to these are.
" ( Water has weight but it certain certainly
ly certainly cannot form tissue of any kind
ana tnereiore, cannot po laucn laucn-ing.
ing. laucn-ing. Aluminum tiotsiiava no connec
tion with cancer.'.
Fish is good foryou but it won't
help your brain. Probably the be be-iuf
iuf be-iuf trtri hMauan fish doea con
tain iodine which is necessary for
your tnyroia giana, out so oo a 101
of other foods, v.
- Milk does not' produce- mucous
although it does give the sensa sensation:
tion: sensation: of a film like that experienc experienced
ed experienced in phlegm formation during a
COld. ' it
' Clrim mlllr Mtntaina alt tha tin.
tricnta of the original milk ex
cept tne v xat ana rai-soiuDie sun sun-stancesi
stancesi sun-stancesi r,' .
Emotional Fitness
Tests Suggeslcd
For World VLcndsrs
1A leading. woman advertising
executive toaay proposea tnai.
the united nations set up mini minimum
mum minimum standards f of emotional
fitness, for the world's political
lutw, fM Viravant riaranvari ml-
ers from unleashing an Atomic
' Dorothy Noyes of New Tonc
made the Unusual recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation as 'she accepted her honor
as "Advertising woman, oi xne
year" at the 63rd convention of
the Advertising Federation of
Amerlcsw'-'.' A- -,'-'.
. "We dont allow a puot at tne
controls of a plan with oO or
loo nassengers. aooara uoiesa n
shows .evidence of., emotional
aUbllitv.'r Miss Noyes saia -can
h nannla of the world afford to
be less strict with the men who
handle the controls oi tne snip
wo dont leave drues even
asphin taoiets wnere cnuorcn
can get them. Does it maxo suty
mnrm unM ta leave H-bombs ly-
inr around within reach of those
whose emooonai ueveopn
may have been.. srested at a
.hfMhwul 10T17? --
- Miss Noyes, who- specialises In
i.aT aflvarusiivr lor vno iuiu
of Noyes and sproul Inc., sug suggested
gested suggested that such a UN group a
the World Health-Organisation
be given the tea or- rermuiuni
minimum .standards of mental
soundness. - f ;.
"Perhap aa agreement em
bodying these standards ana
spelling out procedures lor ad
ministering necoaamry wia
h aubmitted to all nations for
MnMiiM aha aald. "I may
il(U-vw, - -
be naive and unrealistic but It
seems to me that a country
refused to go along would place
Itself ta a rather awkward posi position.
tion. position. .-. . ....a .-
'& Prince Philip
LONDON, JuoV.tl .lUD-Prtoe
Tviii MuhratMt him 36th birthday
vesterday at a Windsor .Castle
lunch wjtn vu a.uxooi
their childroa. Prince Charles and
Princess Am. ;
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' tbination of creamed sauabrooitun aa4 hot, fluffy rk

' By CAYNOR MAJDOX
NEA Food, and Markets Editor

NIA Food and Markets Editor
FOR sn easy, really delicious
summer meal, try this mushroom,
tuna and fluffy rice combination:
' 'Creamed Mushroom f
nd Tuna Fish (Serves )
Three !- quarters 'pound fresh
twiY rans (A ounc
es each) mushrooms; 8 tablespoons
butter or margarine, V cup lemon
juice, T tablespoon mmceu omuu.
4 taDiespoons j'v'i -cans,
10V4 ounces each, condens
ed mushroom soup, Mt cup milk,
1 tablespoon paprika, 1 teaspoon
salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, xew
Millionaire; Unable
To Pay Rent; Court
Holding Inheritance
CHICAGO.' June 11 (UP)" A
former New York banker wno in inherited
herited inherited a million dollar fortune
is faced with .eviction for non-payment
of rent, his lawyersays.
rhari R. Aiken said
his client, Graveraet Young Kauf Kauf-.
. Kauf-. naedi Jmmediat distribu-
tion of his share of a 20 rnlhlon
..tit Uft hv his" grand
father, Otto Young, one of Chica
go's pioneer mercnanis.v j a
'Kaofan inhorltoel $1400,00
which ho was unable t tooeh I be because
cause because It was not determined what,
assignments were made agelnsr
the II ooual shares Into which
the trvstls divided. V; t
Ksufmsn, 66,- has peddled some
of his estate for as little as a few
cents on the 'dollar presumably
inr nneiet monev. In One instance,
ha aoM 190.000 of his estate for
16,000 to an Iowa speculator.
His motner, rs. aiane wuu
Young Kaufman Pratt, cut off
Kaufman's allowance when the
heard he was frittering swsy his
birthright by selling snares ro
speculators. Mrs.. Pratt died lsst
August, f a "JJ U
' Aiken .went to Jedersl tourt
here Friday in an effort to get
Kaufman's share of the fortune.
Attorneys Jor -speculators w h o
hmirht tin a larca oortion r of
Kaufmans assets are asking mat
their-clients be paid before any
payment is made to Kaufman,
All told, it appears Kaufman
has used up all but $200,000 of bis
slice of tbe legacy, ana u was
thought that might be a conserva
tive estimate.
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tugal will celebrate. its "day- of
the Portuguese race" yesterday
with rallies and parades empha emphasizing
sizing emphasizing the close links, between this
nation and Braxil. r
' President Craveiro Lopes of Por
tugal is oresenuv visitms kio ana
nis acuviues .uave.peen jiwauuueu
by the Portuguese press since vhis
arrival at Salvador last Wednes
day. .
vAU papers today published prom prominently
inently prominently the speech Craveiro Lopes
made to the Brazilian Congress.
The Diario de Noticias ran the sto
ry across four columns on the
front page with headlines quoting
Loper words: v
"Irmao BrasiirEstamos orgullo orgullo-so
so orgullo-so de tl, gratos pels, tiia a J u d a
nos horas dificeis.'l ' ;
The headline in O Seculo was
virtually identical;. Diario de Maa Maa-ha
ha Maa-ha published- a front page radio
photograph of rresldent Lopes ad addressing
dressing addressing Congress." -,,
r The presidential visit has lv-'
on added importaneo to ; today's
celebration-, hero for the "Day
of the- Race'? traditionally col,'
bratod Juno 10 J It ha, put the;
spotlight n Brazilian Portusjuose
roletions.
A giant youth festival ( will be
held this- afternoon in Lisbon in
the National Stadium.',
Dairio de M a n h a headlined
"Dia de Portugal: exultacao da co co-munidade
munidade co-munidade Luto-Brasileira sera a
note dominante do grande festival
as juventude.
More than 2.000 boys and girls
will take part in demonstrations of
folk d a n c i n g, gymnastics snd
marching.
In nearby Santareni there will
be staged' a "romagem nacional
au tumulo do descubridor do Bra-
sil" organized by the newspaper
JJiario de Noticias.
It said "Move-os um grande ten ten-timente
timente ten-timente de amor da vatria. neel
Ua-os a serena conviccao dum res-
peito profunddo pela memoria de
ulma das maiores figuras da nos.
sa nistoria, asseguran com a sua
resenciapa fideudade lnaiteravei da
gente Portuguesa aos ideals per per-manenteS'
manenteS' per-manenteS' que tornaram incompa
ravel a missao de Portugal ao ser-
vicio dos meinores uestinos da ct ct-lizacao."
lizacao." ct-lizacao."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JUNE 11, 1957
6. MsM&m WmMrmd
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In; Tuiborg (Beer

!'.,: Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANTri;

-V:.W I'll" '.f,if'

' 1 f I -M

; a r r i r

rug r1

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Major League

Leaders

- i r NATION Air tMU DE
learns. i W L Pet,

. Cincinnati T 31 SO
Philadelphia 28 19
Brooklyn .. '28 20
. Milwaukee 28 20
Et Louis ; 26 21
, New York 20 3L
. Pittsburgh 17 32
Chicago 14 29

.808
.506
J5S3
.583
-553'

.392 11
.347 13
.326 13

GB, Teams

Chicago
New York

l&IDetroit :,,
1 Cleveland

AMERICAN LEAGUE

11

TODAY'S GAMES
, Chicago at New York (N) 1
Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N
' IESTERDAl"S RESULTS
! (Night Game) --Milwaukee
' 000 200 010 3 8 C

Brooklyn 000 100 000 1 .4

Buhl (5-2) ana Rice.
Newcombe-(4-6), Lablne
, Walker.
Sh-l (Nieht Game) ",

Cincinnati 200 000 0002 4 0

Pittsburgh 001 103 00x-5 10 1
tNuxhall (1-4), Sanchez, Hack-
and Bailey.
t'Law (3-2) and Rand.

Boston

Baltimore

Kansas City
Washington

W L

32 15
28 21
27 24
25 23
26 25

GB

Pet.

.681
.571
.529
.521
.510

22 27. .449 11

21 29 .420 12

18 35 ,340 .17

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LEADING BATTERS r
(Based pn 125 Official, at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and club r ab r b Pet

Hodges. Bklyn 48 186 28 69 .371

Musial, St. Louis 47 193 27 69 .358
Pondy, Pitts. 43 175 21 60 MZ
Thomas, Pitts!. 48 192 19 64 333
CimoU, Bklyn 41 162 27 53 .327

Mays, N. Y. 50 190 38 62 .326
H. Smith, St. L. 35 132 14 43 J26

Aaron, MU. ., 49 208 39 67 .322

Robinson, Cinci. 49 205 38 66 .322

Lee Knutn Swamps Katie Co is Brazos Broofc; Goittik

tor HWijA nana icap Lrown

Only games scheduled.

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

1 New York 000 001 0124 11 2

I Detroit V 003 003 21x 9 10 0
and' -Turley (1-2), Larsen, Terry

and Howard.
Lary (3-7),' Aber anj HQUseJ

Boston. 202 700 00011 13 1

K. City 200 100 010 4 9 1

Nixon, (4-2) and Daley.

Kellner (2-4), Duren, Host and

Smith.
Only games scheduled.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Williams, Bos. ; 45 155 33 59 .381

; 481S5 35 67 .362
49 164 43 59 .360
' 47 147 29 48 .327
47 165 30 53 J21

51 195 23 61 .313

Fox, Chicago
Mantle, NY.
Boyd, Balti.
Wertz, Cleve
Lemon, Wash.

HOOF BE ATS

By Conrado Sarqeant

The" President Remon . tacH

track stewards had another busy

weekend.

The stewards finally came ud

with a ruling lrf the Garramuno

case, Two weeks ago Garrumu

no; an odds-on mutuels favorite.

lost wnen one or nis riders stir.

rup straps s; broke immediately

after the start

An Investigation disclosed that

thSl mtfO M Knil hAAn HollhAVAfal

Simpson;. K.C 45 160 22 50 J13 tita sharnnstrument
Demaestrl, K.C. 49 14P.20 46 311 IfS tTiZ

Mauch, Boston 35 14017 .4?. 300 STou 7"
Sievers, Wash. 52197 34 W-'JIL

Power, K.C., 38 127 15 38 W S: rnTJiTSr

Bob Jacobson Conquers Fears
To Win Derby Of Boat Racing

HOME RUNS r
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron Braves 15
Musial, Cards ...I...:.,, 12
Sauer, Giants ...... 11
. Moon, Cards V, .'. . 'II
(Five tied with 10 apiece)

i , By OSCAR FRALEY
, ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Yf (UP)
A chubby little man who needed
four years to conquer his fears
proved his class and his courage
to the motorboat world .today; c
"I was so scared one time that
I quit for four years," 33-year-old
fcob Jacobson of Flint, Mich., ad admitted
mitted admitted as he hauled himself out

of his sleek craft named "Jumpin
aVe" after himself." 1 took a
spill at Saginaw and the propellers
of the other boats shredded,, my

life iacket." i

But "Jake" proved he has con-

Quered his fears Sunday as ne

won the fourth annual Mennen 1,

000 Island 100 mile international

outboard marathon on the bright
blue waters, of the St. Lawrence

River. '

He did It 4 in thrilling fashion,
Jumping out in front of the rtord
number .of 130 starters as :' the

gun went off and holding the
lead all the way through the

bright sunshine wtuch batned tne

island-dotted waterway.

Only 5-leet- anu 145 pounds
he tiny man with the little mous

tache also' showed, he had the en en-uurance
uurance en-uurance of a champion he
kpelt on his knees thronghout that
1 hour and 51 minute grind over

the wind-rmied waters.

.l wear adhesive tape "patches

over my knees and tnen put bas

ketball kneepads over that," he
grinned, hoisting one ; watersoaked

pantleg. "They get a bit sore but

you have to expect that"

J a c b s o n has been racing

"steady for four years and tin

ished second in thia Kentucky

Derby of outboard competition

ust year. i-

'i bad to win uus one." ne

said, looking back into tha past

"iure. i ve won some others, but

this jwas thei- big one." -t

First place ui the Cu class, or

second division of the race, went

to Jim Burnham, a switchman on

the Nickel Plate Railroad. A for

mer paratrooper in the Polish

army, he lives in Conneaut, Ohio.

ANOTHER FIRST

Oceanport, N. J. (NEA) First

horse unloaded as Monmouth Park

opened its stable area for the 19-

57 90-day meeting starting June 11

was Needles, tne three year-old

champion of 1956.

KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UP) The

Kansas City Athletics have re

called right-handed pitcher Jack

Urban from Denver of tne Amen

can Association. He won three

games and lost two with Denver.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yanks 15
Williams, Red Sox 13
ZerniaT, Athletics 12
Sievers, Senators ....... 12
Maxwell,; Tigers 10
RUNSIbTttED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Musial, Cards 45
Aaron, Braves ; 41
Koak, Redlegs .... 38
Furillo, Dodgers . .f 33
Robinson, Redlegs 33
Bell, Redles ,,'.,. 33

40
39
35
34
34

. AMERICAN LEAGUE

Sievers, Senators
, Wertz, Indians
,. Mifioso, White Sox .
Ic'Skowron, Yanks
Mantle, Yanks

. PITCHING
(Based on 6 Decisions)

W L PcL'

Sanford, Phils .,..., 1
Acker Redlegs 'ai. 6
Shantz, Yanks ...... 6

pierce, White Sox '. i 40
Bunning,iTigers,!i;i." 5

'cutting" and' ruled that both

jockey Fernando Alvarez, "who
rode Garramuno, and trainer
Jose Gabriel Mata were guilty of
"negligence." They fined Mata
$100 and Alvarez $50. s
Here are the suspensions and
fines meted out on Saturday:
, Trainer jose P. Ramos, for ar

riving later at the paddock to

saddle Meirpse1 m ;the. first race,
$5 fine,, -;; :, ,;;-:.;'
Trainer Alberto Garcia i. was

also fined $5 for not arriving on
time to saddle Grand, Finish for

the second race. i. ;

Jockey Emilio Dario was set
down four meets for crowding
Tiequest (Virgllio Castillo up)
with Little Fool at the start of
the second race.
Trainer Juan Leason got a $10

fine for sending Bradomln late
to the receiving barn before the
sixth race.

Kensington, which got buffet

ed around at the- start of the
seventh race, pulled up lame and

was given a 2i-oay suspension.

Arpeglo, which ran In the

first race, got 15 days for wind'

ing up lame in the right foreleg.

" liUis H. f'arrugia was lined $5

for using -wrong colors on Cplmu
do In the second race,'

Owner-trainer octavlo Ferrer
was fined $5 lor arriving late at

the paddock to saddle Feuac for

the fourth race. .. .-

i Apulmar Reyes Rios netted a

four meet suspension for crowd
ing Gouvernant (Cristian Reuo

lledo up) and Bacanclto (Ruben

vasquez up) -with Rosier -at the

start of the seventh race.

Aiejandro Ycaza also, earned a

four-meet suspension ;for .crowd

ing Charlie McCarthy (Bias A-

gulrre up) with paquiro av tne

start ol the ninth, race. -. ,

i Matriculado,. which 'finished
fourth In the 'ninth tace; and
Persiflage" which ; waa an also-

ran in the sixth race, were given

21 days each because of lame

ness.', 1 '-
" oOo ''-' '
' Little Heliodoro' "Papito"
GustinesV three victories, -over
the weekend gave nim a total
of Z9 since he started riding
a few months ago. The victo victories,
ries, victories, according to local rules,
now qualify Gustines as a pro professional
fessional professional jockey. He will lose
his three-pound allowance as
an apprentice rider as of this
week.
oOo
Hard-riding little Braullo Bae-

za returns to tne saaaie uexv;' : l
Sunday following an eight-meet f I (A ni
suspension. Baeza now leads 131 il

third dace' Alelandro i ycaza oy

tnree victories m vue acjurawiM

Lee Knuth is the 19a7 women s

hanuicap cnampioa, iiaving up

set meaalist Katie Call In the lin

ais B ana 5. in a une display ot

precision golf over the tricity iay

out at Fort Davis, ;Lee can now
claim the distinction, of being the

lirst to defeat Katie in a final

match on the Isthmus,, v,

vnu although this was a handi

cap championship, Lee did not
need the three strokes she was

given to win this one. She took

cnarge of play immediately, and

alter going out of bounds on the

second and taking a triple bogey,

sne still finished the first nine in

37, one over par, to be 6-up at the

lurn. ; i : A
Katie, whose short game desert
ed her Saturday, was out in 42.

Lee nad tree Uuuoie at tne 10th

and took a double bogey but that

was her last mistake and the

match was all over when they

halved the 13th. They finished the

is and even after three putting

the last green Lee carded a fine

77. Very impressive golf :

In the first flight Ruby Kruger

won nandiiy over Dorothy LaCroix

ituoy itas been playing excel

lent golf lately, and was never

threatened in this final match.

Prizes to the winner and run

ners-up, as well as medalist, will

oe presented next Saturoray, June
15, at a luncheon following the

regular monthly. PWGA tourna

ment at Panama Golf Club. It is

hoped that all members will be on
hand for the festivities, r

Richmond Retains

Comfortable 11.

aa

ace Marain

- Eighteen' Brazos Brook golfers shared 24 cases of the
new Tuborg beer which were oresented bvthe welt-known

Danish brewers through their local agents, the Henriquez
Co. of Col5n. a- n

The three lowest w6ss scores

were made by Woody Compton
and Don Hause who each had 75

wnne Gil Monand shot a 7&

Hank Gesink. a beeinner. won

the consolation Drlze bv shoot

ing a 71 over nine holes. The

arm-weary Dutchman was too

exhausted -to complete the

course but certainly deserved his
award for a grand landscaDiner

jod. .

The U.S. Navy figured prom
Inently in this tournament ai
six sailor boys won prises.
, Winners were- as follows:

FIRST FLIGHT

and

Low gross.- Com pton

Hause, 75, 36 bottles each.

i i nil u iow gross; jyiuriana, vt(,
24 bottles. '

Low net: Bell, 71, 48 bottles.
Second and' third low net:

French and Huldqulst, 72, 24 bot

tles eacn.

f- r -r- .' r

V .. SECOND FLIGjHT 1
Low gross: Gump and Melsln
ger, 80, 36 bottles each,
Third low gross: Prier, 81. 24
bottles.
First low net: Selman, '69, 48
bottles.
' Second low net; Goff, 70, 24
bottles.
Third low net; Dockeryj 71, 24
bottle?.
THIRD FLIGHT ;

Low cross:

ues...

Nelson,' 91,, 48 bot

Second low cross: 'McAllister.

04 OA -knttlo

Third low eross? onzer.

aj i .' r

a uubues,

First low net:

bottles.

102,

. r 'i 1 ;
Baker, 89, 48

Second low het;. Anderson. 90.
24 bottles., i A . V

Incentive award: Hank Gesink,
the "Flying Dutchman.'"; 71

strokes in nine holes, 24 bottles.

Delahy Once Agkin Proves

Most Consistent USlTrajck

Winner Since Bones Dillard

By UNITED PRESS

The following penalties were Jockey standings 41 to 38. His

Schmldt.vCardj-

. .875

.857

.857

.833
.833
.833

Ninth

Straight Win

NEW YORK, June 11 (UP)
Argentine heavyweight Alex
Miteff last night punched out
his ninth consecutive ; victory
In as many starts by scoring
unanimous decision over. Ger Germany's
many's Germany's Willi Besmanoff.
Miteff was rewarded .for his
Impressive victory with a ten ten-round
round ten-round match against Bob Ba Baker
ker Baker scheduled for July t at St.
Nicholas Arena. :
Promoter Teddy Brenner said
Miteff la the best young heavy

-weight prospect since-Rocky

Marclane.v ,,,
; Miteff, who weighed 20394
as compared te Besmanoffe
199i, won by a lopsided mar margin.
gin. margin. One Judge gave nino
rounds to Miteff and one te
Besmaaoff. The referee voted

even for Miteff, two for Bes Besmanoff
manoff Besmanoff and one even and the

second Judge gave Miteff six
rounds, Besmanoff three and
one even.
Besmaaoff, who was rated a-

tnoag the top tea contenders
before the fight. Wed from

cuts ever both eyes and tne

bom at the end of the boat.

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dished. Out on Sunday :

Jorge McLean was fined S10

for sending Ponton late to the
receiving barn, ponton partici participated
pated participated in tht first race ;

Eduardo Gittens .-and Victor
Morrell were, fined $5 each for
going to tht paddock lata to sad saddle
dle saddle Venganja and Principe de
Gales f ot the first race.. Princi Principe
pe Principe do Gales also got four meets
for getting left at the start, r

margin may be smaller before he

even gets back Into action..
Leading Jockey Rubetf Vasquez
chalked up three more wins over
the weekend for a total of 75
thu far. Ruben' is Running tot
the record of 82 victories : for a
six-month period held by' Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Vasquez.. With six meets re

maining in this month. Ruben

seems a sure bet, to establish a

new mark- :

Enigmatic Braves Again

Whip

Top NL

Contender

By FRED DOWN

NEW YORK. June 11 (UP)

The Milwaukee Braves are the
majors' No. 1 enigma this year
because they're playing like also also-rans
rans also-rans against the weak teams but
lok like champions against their

chief National League rivals.

The Braves again rose to the

challenge of a -top contender last
night when Bob Buhl's four -hit

pitching and Ed Mathews two-

run homer gave them a 3-1 Vic Victory
tory Victory over' the Brooklyn Dodgers.
The win put-the Braves Into a
third-place tie. with the Dodgers
and moved them within a game
and a half of the first-place Cin

cinnati Redlegs, who lost to the

Pittsburgh pirates, 5-2.

With that victory ths Jekyll-

Hyde Braves increase their won'
lost record against their ton rl

vals to 16-8 for the season. They
are 3-2 over the Dodgers, 7-1
over the Redlegs. 5-3 over the

St Louis Cardinals and 1-2 a.

eainst the Philadelphia, Phillies.

That's a .667 percentage against

the league s best, v

Bat here's th -ma. tbom
same Braves stand 12-12 for a
mere jaa-mark against ths
three bottom teams the New
York Giants, Pirates and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs. It's a complete re reversal
versal reversal of Jehm McGraw's eld

formula for a pennant 'Beat
the asms and hold the gd

teams eves.

Ths Detroit Tigers walloped
the New York Yankees, 1-4. for
their sixth victory In eight meet meet-lnaa
lnaa meet-lnaa with the world champions

I and the Boston Red Sox clubbed

ine Kansas vaty a u-, ui

only other big Hague activity.
BuhJL wha beat ths Dodgers

I eight times last season, did It

lor us seed tune Jr -,
though six walks kept him In;
frequent trouble. The big right righthander
hander righthander struck oat five for tit
fifth victory ef ths year. He now

has won a total of 23 games in

era' four hits and raised his

league-leading average to .371.
The Pirates ended a string of
15 straight losses to Clncinna-
' ti dating back to last July 22
when Vers Law turned in a
four-hitter. Law yielded a sin single
gle single to lead-off man Johnny
Temple and Wally Post follow-
- ed with a homer to give the
Redlegs a quick 2-1 bulge, but
he was tagged for only two
more hits. Virdon knocked In
three runs with single and a
double to lead the Pirates' 10 10-hlt
hlt 10-hlt attack. -Charley
Maxwell smashed his

ninth and 10th homers and drove

In five runs to pace Detroit's 10-

hlt stuck on three yaniee

pitchers. Al Kaline and Harvey

Kuenn also homered for the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers while Mickey Mantle hit No.

15 and Hank Bauer homered for

New York. Frank Lary, who beat

ths Yankees five times last sea

son, got credit for the. victory,
although be needed help from
Al Aber In ths eighth. Bob Tur-

kv suffered ths loss. -

Dick Geraert's two homers and

a' double drove In six runs for
ths Red Sox, who have scored 28
runs in three straight victories.
Wlllard Nixon scattered 10 hits,
including Hal Smith's eighth

homer, to win his fourth game

while Alex Kellner sunered nu

fourth loss. The Red Sox wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up ths decision with a
seven-run splurge In the fourth

inning.

NEW YORK, June 11 (UP)

Marion Kutyna, a recent acquisi

tion from Omaha. is responding

favorably to manager i Eddie Lo-

pat's special brand of magic; 4 ;

The 24-year old righthander won
his second straight game in the
International League last night as

the front running Kicpmonq? Vir Virginians
ginians Virginians defeated third nlace Buf

falo, .4-2. Kutyna needed help from

a trio of relievers as tne suons
i .

Toronto edged Miami, 8-7, in 12
innings to remain within four and

a half games of first place. Jack

Crimian pitched shutout ball for

three relief frames to earn his

third victory against one loss for

the Leafs, The defeat dropped the

slumping Marlins into seventh

p,,ce- vr
Cholly Naranjo hurled a strong
five hitter as Columbus downed
Rochester, 7-3. Two of the blows
off Nsranjo were homers by Ga Gary
ry Gary Geiger and Tom Burgess while
Johnny Powers hit a circuit drive
for the Jets.
Havana survived a four run

ninth inning outburst to best Mon

treal, 6-5. johnny Roseboro 'and

am L)oie each nit two-run hom homers
ers homers in the finsl frame for the Roy Royals.
als. Royals. ;'
Ths standings and linescores:

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

U48.

sixitenths of second off ths
can mark set by Dillard in

linn' Tiplflnv"'nrnviH Pin dm

in n tka niaot onH f h of ha io in it Itfnmtni U A "l." J 1 1

of U.S. track's most consistent c.stian star who won both 195$
winners, since Harrison Dillard! Olympic dashes, won the 100-vard

l J.Z :m a ..- n w 1

Teams

Richmond

Toronto
Buffalo
Rochester
Havana i
Columbus
Miami .
Montreal

W L

34 18
29 22
27 23
27 28
26 2
25 29
24 28
17 33

Pet GB

.654

69 4Vi

40 6

.498 ZVi

.481 9
463 10
.462 10
.340 It

ths last two years and 10 of

bee against toe

Musial Can Equal
NY Consecutive ;

Game Mark Tonight
NEW YORK (TP) SUa (The

Man) Musial can equal the Ma-

tionsl League's "Iron man" rec record
ord record Tuesday night wbea the Car Car-ord
ord Car-ord tonight vhes the Cardinals

mret the Phillies la Philadelphia.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
, ? (12 Innings)

Miami- 100 000 OSJ 000 7 13. 1

Toronto 004 010 002 0014 13 1

Bunker.) Hunslnger (6), Qual

ters (8), Mason 9) Semproch

(9) ana suuivan; Pearce, Tlefen Tlefen-auer
auer Tlefen-auer (8), Crimian () and Rosel-

M, 8t Clalrt (ll). WP: Crimian.

LP: Semproch. HR's: Landram,

Nelson. - ....

Richmond .................. 4
Buffalo 2

Columbus .....4........... 7

Rochester .M 3

Havana

Montreal

reeled off 82 straight hurdles tri

umphs in the late 1940s,

Dillard came up from Baldwin'

Wallace College to become one of

America's top Olympic ana a na national
tional national champions. Delany, a black-

haired, dainty striding Irish- lad

who runs for villanova, leaves his

rivals in the stretch as though

they twere caught k a bog. y '9,-

Dflany! .unbeaten tn three win-'

ters or. inaoor racing in tuis: coun country,
try, country, won the mile in 4:05.4 during

the' meet of champions Saturday

tfiaht at Houston, lex,- lis un

corked sf 36.3-second final quarter

to beat Gail Hodgson of Oklaho

ma by about five yards.: only 45

minutes later, tne zz-year-oia uud

lin runner took on Tom Courtney

in the half-mile,

',-'.v..nr,-.,- -yv-V...-;,
' Sets World Mark

Courtney, former Fordham star

who won the. 1956 Olympic 800-

meter race, set a world mark of

1:46.8 In the half-mile May 25 at

Los Angeles. y. ..

He ran the first lap in 53 sec

onds Saturday night while setting
the pa ic Then Delany, who had

been pattering along behind in his

usual fashion, let out a notch in
his choppy stride snd surged

ahead to beat Courtney by a
yard. The time of 1:48.4 bettered

the meet mark of 1:50.9 set last

year by Arnie Sowell of Pitts Pittsburgh.';
burgh.'; Pittsburgh.'; Merv Lincoln. the y Australian

who has s 3:59 mile to his credit,
won that event in 4:04.4 during
the California AAU meet Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at Bakersfield. Laszlo
Tabori of Hungary was second,

six yards behind Lincoln. ....

Don Bowden, tne university oi

Calif onus' Junior who last week

became the first Yank to better

four minutes (3:58.7) in the mile,
ran in the half-mile at this meet

snd won in 1:49.2 after taking the

lead from Sowell midway in the

race. Sowell finished second.

dash in 9.5 seconds and th vn.

yard dash in 21.3 seconds afc San
Diego. Lee Calhoun of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina College clocked 13.6 seconds
to beat Gilbert in the 120 yard
high hurdles. huix )

-w'i-...

Ab R H Po A

New York

Bauer rf, .';X''H4.'2,;i,2 j.j ; l.
Mantle uiV;i:iiHtr. 3 0;-

eiaugnter ..... 2 0 2' 2
McDougald 3b V401M
Skowron lb 4, 0 :'0 6

Howard c

Richardson 2b ,ttl 4l "2 0.1 a :?
Turley p ,.HM..,:'i o 0 0 .0

Larsen p
Terry p

a-Marun
i Totals'

2,

0

i. '.1.;:.A.34i
.Detroit

i.o

0 0
0.0

4 U. 24

Boiling 2b 4
Maxwell If 3
Olson If 0
Boone rib ........ 4

Torgeson lb 0
Kallne cf-rf ..... 4
Porter rf lf,TV....r 3
Tuttle cf ...... 1
Kuenn ss
House C-j 4'jhi e i 4 i

Flnigan 3b 41

Lary p t 3
Aber p ....-,... l

2 1
22
0 0
l-t
0. 0
1, I
00 00-U
U 00-U 0-0.
1 0

8
0
0
0
0

.0

1 0
i 3
6.0
t;o
0, 2

0.1.0 0

Totals

34.

9 10 27 13

a TUed out for Terry In 8th.

Sets American Record '
Ellas Gilbert of Winston ."Salem

Teachers set an American record
of 22.8 seconds for the 220 -yard
low hurdles event around a curve
in the National Association of In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Athletics meet Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. at San Diego, Calif.
Gilbert was named the meet's

outstanding performer after clip-

New York -v.- 000 001 012-4
Detroit r 003 003 21x 9

Errors: Howard, Turley. RBI:
Mantle, Kubek. Bauer 2, Max-J
2b: Boiling. 3b: Bauer. HR's:
2b: t Boiling. 3b: Baure. HR's:
Mantle, Baur Maxwell 2, Ka Kaline,
line, Kaline, Kuenn. DP: Kuenn-Boll-
lng-Boone 2, Kuenn-Bolllng-

Torgeson. LOB: New York 7, De Detroit
troit Detroit J.,BB: Turley 1, Terry, V
Lary 3, Aber 1. SO: Turley 3, Lar
sen 1, Terry. 1, Larry 5. Hits off:

Turley 1 2-1-3, Larsen S 3-2-3.
Terry 4-2, Lary 9-7 (pitched to
three batters U 8th) Aber 2-2.
Runs and earned runs: Turley
3-0, Larsen 3-3, Terry 3-3, Lary

2. Aber 2-2. WP: Lary

LP: Turley. (1-2). ;.

(3-D.

... 6

. i

Sports Briefs

ST. LOUIS flTP The St Louis

Cardinals sold the rtmaining 3,000
bleacher and pavilion seats for
the July 9 All -Star Game three

boors after the. ticket offices

optned Sunday at Buses Stadium.

CONCORD. N.C fUP) Rata

foreed postponement ef the sched

uled JSASCAR 100-mile convertible

Rv : Blavwe ta both SandartVar Kunrfi-it thm rBr

games sgsinst the Giants, Musial 'speedwsy and also washed out

ran ms streax cocMuurr tec .ear races scheduled at

t tames to 821. only one short ,tbe Tsr Heel Speedwsy at Saadle-

them have

Dodgers. -Mathews,
who hit only .218 a

?h. nr... ahead with Ills the league record ef K2 games

hWnlng homer and single. fcrCus Siftr .former fius fius-by
by fius-by BUI Bruton, Johnny Logaa.buTga Crtt baseaaaa.
and Hank Aaroa produred their I rn..uiy. cwirru

L LJJZ. X tn. Z.V tirf. p- EA) b 1 II Colore, today b.me the 35th
Newcombe, pitcher of the year Uoe eJt6e4 12 ytm M k,ban pUver to sign with the Baltimore
with a 27-7 mane last seasoo. BuckaelL Ho wA b chs for th t7 uiim h wii

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stands 4- for the year. CU t Lewubwg Jeat High is &p Natjtmal PoataJ Uif af:
Hodges had tires f ths Dodg-wmber. tha year.

man, N.C,

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' THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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" NEW" EVENT: THE JVIUDDLES The Olympic tuna
' junior meet looked more like a swimming contert when the
: Public School Stadium in St. Louis was flooded. ;The hurd-
len are, left to right, Ed Ford. Granite City, 111.; John Drew, ;
. irLi, m t Mlvtn finopri nf Fairfax.

. 'ip. Rogers proved the best mudder, winning the decathlon.

t 1 :

JOE WILLIAMS

whlckflOMUs "operation; Is the best, and, further, tfee big-

gess-money m-.

,'ler

one?. caucu il "rr r SSm: "'The, system

-. Vii VAiivri inotner m lino divwivi t LJt. r

Stengel is the most Independent manager to the game. aiso
wealthiest. We're been told his assets total close to a, mil-

any other team
Stenrcl is tl

t h. rlvM the fob all he's got, Efeh'.at nis

age"' 47, he bVtags more seal and Industry to the
' crUlnmore seasoned wisdom
.'"oii WbrthU, Stengrtr In his own way, to' tf'cWiW

affectloitfirwouiQnjw

(EDITOR'S : NOTE: Charlie
Park, Los Angeles Mirror -News
baseball writer, has been, asked'
by NEA Service" and The Pana Panama
ma Panama American to give his views
on what major league baseball
might encounter in his city.) v,
if CHAR.IE PARK.- V
LOS ANGELES (NEA) When

Los Angeles Voters approved by a

3-1 margin, a' bond issue involving

$39 million for parks and recrea recreation
tion recreation purposes which would in

clude a stadium at Chaves. Rav Ravine
ine Ravine the Dodgers seemed set here
except for one item:

Boys, don't leave your base hits

in Brooklyn. Anythine but a oen-

nant contender in this town just

won r go.

, umerwise, everything seems

ready. ngineera already have
met to give cost estimates for
roads connectina the nark to h

fireway system. County SuDervisor

i-ennem iiann, a young, candy

cnewmg, talkative fellow who bas
been" after major league baseball

for some time, has orooosed fundi

for road building in the 1938 bud-

Mayer Nerris Peulson's t budeet

includes $2 million "to finance the

cost of any specific project which

might assist in connection with
our program of brining major

league, oaseoau to u$ Angeles."
This, plus accounts of the Pay Pay-TV
TV Pay-TV deal set UD by Skiatron'i Mat.

thew Fox, seems to put the final

stamp ox seriousness on the Dods

ers move to this city.

Los Anceles first' started iliin

for major .league baseball in the

1920's and in '55 Hahn was creat creating
ing creating enough noise about it to re revive
vive revive ideas. ReahtvcreDt into th

dream last fall ; when President

Walter F. O'Malley. en rout to

Japan with the Dodgers, met with
Hahn and other officials. .;
It becttne hot project when
the president of the Brooklyn club
returned in .January to purchase
an airplane and inspected the
Chavez Ravine site while he was
at it.
Q'Mailey also looked it plans
which had been drawn up in 1953
by Ed Pauley, the oilman, which

caueu ior convening tne Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Coliseum. The place seats
102,890, and : w lih '.vadjustments
would have a huge center field for
Duke Snider. Left field, however,
would be only 280, right field, a
mere 259.;
Otherwise. Wrlrfc PloM uu

can handle 22,000, but has poor
parking, will be the site for the
Dodgers' J958 schedule. -

v..,,.flb.1'J..'.
stadium. whlch

. j .uv

p-MSiiey hss dems,nde(I t 99-year

rrme jie may oe here to stiy

ior

Pros Deriding Inverness Wj

Find UsuaiAmounf Of Trouble

Despite the warnings of Johnny
Farrell, the home teacher, th e
pros visioned something in the
nature of a picnic at- Baltusrol in
1954. Hogan strengthened their ar argument
gument argument when he shot a 63 from the
middle tees on National Golf Day.
But Ed Furgol required 284 to pre prevail
vail prevail and the wonder worker with
the withered arm didn't miss a
ftinfflA crrnon ..

"Xlli$,ij;: "r'x::'yfi',': '':il-';V.i

Conversely,' Los '"Angeles' Rivie

ra in 1948 was the longest layout;

7,020 yards, in the long history of

weiupen. xei me iirst tnree to,)

scores each broke the uoen record

Hogan with 276, Jimmy Demar Demar-et
et Demar-et with 278 and Jim Turnesa at
280. Obviously, Riviera was not as

exacting as the others. .- r

And, as the late William C. Fow

nes once1 remarked to Walter Mai

gen, when The i Halg complained
of the speed of the Oakmont greens,
''Surely, Walter, it is not as exact

ing too much of the champion to
play every shot." ,

the winner will have to nlav

them all at Inverness. ;; :

OLDEST REGATTA
View Haven (NEAilYale and

Harvard crews are preparing for
their four mile race. June 15.

marking the 71st running of A A-mericas
mericas A-mericas oldest oar regatta, i

Jlackie Burke i

By HARRY CRAY SON ;
TOLEDO (NEA)'' "For years

the' touring professionals h a v e
derided the site of the United States
Open .Championship and -then

Par is 70 and Lloyd Gullickson

predicts that strategy and control

of tne can win win with 278. me

veteran pro agrees,- however, that

fairly good players around io io-hdo
hdo io-hdo could be right in nroenosti-

bumped into plenty of trouble in it. eating that the winning" total will

Inverness and tne 57tn edition, le considerably mgner.

June U -15, is nq exception, The "This layout is anything but a
best most of the exception. The back buster, V. s a y s Gullickson,

to auna UP ana, o f Jr".-. fnhiaehalL the

SeTwSken
. Little Leaguer. m ;,,,,,:;
'- : ; . i," f i.' iftV .-- ."V---- -a. t f ifl, 4-, ii"
; CAREFUL, PLEASE! .' A
' TrouhW with the Yankees is they bruise too easily. Weiss
fitemrei have TSew involved In -a number, of heated wran-
;, leacUon to published accounU of same is that itvwlll,do,hia
' .yZc tMt Btengei: opposed uWj

. rfp'iii. weia itislsted upon malting, -muse uiTwriug

' flanford. Stubby Cvermire,. Willie Miranda and Maunce mc mc-.
. mc-. : nH Theit- .ontributlons were minor.-nJ

s it v. .dm vinktM wnn in mite or them. :

: tx.. nr. i.. mmAm other deals that not only

IB 'B,11H - ...J

' reflected an ustute sense of friayer ana tn
vithnnt whih KUnrel eauld not have won.-' In recent montns

malicious" has become Weiss' faTOrtte epithet as applied to

...niti.,. nA in acmiint at Yankee acvivitT mat : u not

' Thus it was "malicious'' to record Stengel's splenetic scorn
at the way the night-club episode was handled, particularly
. u. ..r.rf nf fTiA finp nrt tn ncri7pst from the tenor and

; vehemence of the manager's remarks (10 verbatim quotes) that

if a-choice-existed, weisa mignt nos pe ine one person m ww

'' world he would want as a companion on a aeseriea lsiana. y
... knA van mftv recaU how-the Yankees' Weiss has neither

v ienled nor affirmed that he composed tha atatement, exploded
when rriticai curiosltsr was iroused by the champions acquis!-

f tion of Enos Slaughter from (their country cousins, the KG

- Athletics,. at Just the exact tune iasi xau a xeit-nanaea, xuitcr
was more' desperately needed.
'" ,'-M4UWous.".thB atatement retorted, :;y .;, :. ,,

--- vi v,:-r.y'. ;i ?'.rp .Yankees only;:;:
r. taVi1lcfiln that tha transaction with Kinai

City had.beeri ethical in every particular, the statement .point

ed out that since the Yankees were leading- at tne time (Aug.
""25); all the other dubs bad a prior -right to claim Slaughter,
' None did.

' Trte 'enough But some weeks earlier when' waivert were

first asked, the White Sox did claim him and significantly the
into allMnn St that tbna tha Whits En wr. atili

f ery aaach 'Ih'cahtedtion. This was net the ease in late. August;
they had slipped t third, trailed by 11 Vs game, and by then
liad lue tor siaurhter.
; Slaughter hit 89 In 24 games for the Yankees and J50 In
the World series. Including a three-run homer which stopped
the Dodgers after they had won the first two games.
, "We couldn't have won without him," Stengel said.".."
, ) -Or. withont the kindly 'cooperation of their country .cou .cousins.
sins. .cousins. .-And. if this be "malicious" make the most of it..

265 acres, plus parking space foi
25,008 cari.V f ; ? t

The Pacific Ceatt Learn it UH

at coarse, with .very little going
for lit- outside of enraged yelling.

aiuu Amur, me san Diego gen general
eral general manager, adopts the hopeful
attitude that his city will have a
million 'population soon and can
handle a major league club of its
own, Kiner sees 10-team leagues
in the future
With this,. San Diego is going a a-head
head a-head with -plans to begin work on
a hew stadium some time in Aug August.
ust. August. .
- As ; for the Dodgers,1 wen; we
have berets on order ior them."; .-

'NIXTi Will th Reds come

New TencT leerts Editor P t

narmm f the Cincinnati Pest

xpiprei mis question, ;

best most of the stickout shot-mak

ers can say for the historic Toledo
layout is .that lt is a ."nice chal-
IW'," ;i ? ;i 'v;'.
Early, arrivals rush out to see
what has been done to stir up more
difficulty for the combatants.
They find the fairways narrow
ed to an average of 35 yards with

two-yard aprons of two-inch rough.
The more rugged rodeo has been

permitted to grow five inches.

mere are 22 changes in traps.

which are either aew or have
been made more prominent:

There are 19 different new tees.
Inverness at 8.919 yards most

certainly, is' not overly, long.
There mas no way to lengthen
the course, so all Architect Dick

Wilson could do to set ud, addition

al headaches was make it more

exacung.- v--. .-: ,. ., , jt

"but the winner Will have bad his
wits about him all the way along
the ''route. 'i rv; :''
. YoU V have to think this one

out,", comments Jackie Burke, the
PGA and former,'? Masters champion,-,!
&.vit-te? ir:it

- it's -amusing h0w ftisny'of "the

pros knock the Open Site and

then tumble all over themselves

on it. The lake course of the Olym

pie Club of San Francisco? two

years ago was an excellent Illus

tration. It was altogether too short
at 6,700 yards, the stars of tha tour

contended.- rv.yr ?-,.'.
They then proceeded to get lost
In robust rough instead of taking

cne snon way on the fairway.

ine great sen Hosan and the un

known Jack Fleck tied at 287. sev

ieh,abpve.ipar;. r-.fa

MENACE IN TENNIS 'Looking more like A, ballet "dancer on
his toes than a tennis player in a match, Don Candy of Aua-
trail does considerably better, than all, right in furope. .;

i 6'

FLIGHTS INCREASED 60

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Written for NEA Service
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QUESTION: 'A runner An finrf

bsse drsws a pick off throw. Jt
goes wild and the ball slams into
the dugout The runner makes
second base.' turn! and heads for

third. The ban rebounds out of the

dugout and the first baseman

grabs It, throws to third base and
the runner is tar ted out. Ia thia

legal? Lee Keliiher.

Answer: N, rn minute the ball

enter th dwfewt the nmner was

sutamatiaally mHM bas.

Q. A runner on first base breaka

for second on the pitch. The bat batter
ter batter foil tips the balL The catch

er holds it, throws to second base
too late to nip the runner. Is the

runner entitled to the base?

Charles stueher. .......

A. Yes, faof tl wdesn Inter

re wtm tMa mltr e wevM a faul

all. -

Q.. A fielder chasing a fly ball

trips oa a sprinkling fixture la the
outfield. The ball bounces to tba

walL Is there sny ground rule ero-

tecung ine-iieiaer agaum urn?

oeorje iLaaimann.

A. He.

Pit,

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' ; THE PANAMA AMERICAN1 AJ milEl LAULAI DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JUNE-Hri957
MONTH LY; I NVESTM ENT P LAN I
ev;ISlllSiB;KltKi:jEv;S
' .THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE J
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(s FOR INFORMATJON .TELEPHONE 2-074Q
or as much a youiiwisn, V box saw tl -7oi
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. Houses vvf

FOR RENT: Chalat Balla Vista.,
For Information, phona Panama
y 1-3305 morning r attar 7 p.m.'
. I J II ,. .Ill iV, M
FOR RENT: Small famished
"f chalat, to J married couplt $75.
48 Street No. 25-B, Balla Yia
ta. Phona J-7251. vv
FOR RENT:1 m Completoly fur fur-niihad
niihad fur-niihad concrota' houao t (chalat)
2 bedrooms. Road facing Paitilla
Airfiald. No. 109. Call 3-0553,
Ba Idwin'a furnished a p a r U
mont at Santa .Clara Boach,
Talaphono Smith, Balboa 3681.
Take a Jiingle Jim -Jaunt
1 DAYS EXCURSION 3 DAYS
To San Bias Islands and Porto Porto-balo.
balo. Porto-balo. Aboard tha icroiser "Paaca
dora." Sight-saaing Indian vil villages,
lages, villages, tha ruins af Old Portobale.
Swimming. One nighfaboard and
ana night at. Hotel San Bias.
Leave Balboa,, pier 1 7. Friday,!
June 14th, 6:45 a.m. Leave Co-f
Ion, Strangers Club, Friday 14th,
9:00 p.m. Return to Colon, lata
Sunday afternoon. Thoaa -who
wish to go through the -Panama
Canal only -$7.00 oaclt' parson,
including lunch. $40.00 for tHe
three (3)!' days. Will close this
excursion) Wednesday Phono
Jungle Jim, Panama V 3-1660
days; 3-1326 nights. Jungle Jim
Jaunt Hotel El Panama.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
,' beach house. Ona mile past Ca Ca-t
t Ca-t sine. rPhona Balboa 1866.
PHJLLIPS Ocaanslde Cottage
Santa' Clara. Box 1890 Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, R. da -P Phona Panama
Mm. Criatobal 3-1673.
. t 'if
"Rooms
a
u. I ares-room apartmanta a0,
Phona 3-0850. 2-1508,
Pl:!ni2tIUp$Jr(I;
CtlI$!DougHMaiili:
T
vhi iir-weoww
TaPallot' VmA 4fiak Miul
. a aap-aaaa b)bv fwuB at vau auoji amjA
' tioJial Opefl" this sVeeKT after beat-
lngi ora on .Uie amn. hole ot a
r lufldcn tleath playoff Sunday to
viaj.. the... Bubbei- City Open golf
rnrrl : ahnt .it i KS : tojatph Palma
atj272 after 72 holes and tent the
$23,uok tourney into, extra holes.
' However. PalmeV of Latrohp.
' Pi.," nank a 20-yard chip shot for
..hirdie-thre on the (sivth tn fair
the title. Dow Finsterwald of Te-

Resorts
1 s ..

quesio, r ia.. was inira wiio 275,
aftec tielng for the lead on the
second and third days, and Bill
Trombley, a Dallas club pro on
the circuit for nine months, ranked
fourth with 278.
"Ford is driving" and putting
. weU, Palmer laid. "I have to
pick him as the man to watch in
the Open."
Ai tor htmself, palmer thought
, his own patting "weak," and

planned to spend the next three
days at Toledo practicing on the
greens before the National Open
gets underway Thursday.
Ironically, it was a Jrad putt by
Ford on the second, extra ; hole
that saved Palmer. Ford needed
: a 2V4-foot putt for a birdie four,
' but misjudged a dip in the green
and the ball rimmed the cap.
The two finalists halved the
next three holes and Palmer went
over tha 460-yard sixth with his
second shot. Ford "was on the
green in three, 30-feet from, the
pin. '. -,
With,. his ball' lying on the
smooth t grass just off the green.
Palmer elected to chip with a
seven iron rather than putt. The
ball rose slightly,- bounced and
tolled' into the cup."

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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furniihad apartments,- I,
2 bedroom, hot, cold wator.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR -i RENTfr A thrae-badroom
apartmant, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and .hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-J 292, CIA. DULCIDIO GONr
ZALE2 N., S. A.. r
FOR RENT. Modem apart-.
v .mants "Edificio Devaaux," B
Street, El Cangraio, next to Ho-
'J,tal El Panami. Sea caretaker on
' premises. Miguel Hive, Phona
3-4844 M
FOR RENTr Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartmant in
fine residential dictrict. Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT r Ona and twa bed-
k room, living-dining room apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Furnished or unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New Alhambra Apartmanta.
Telephone 386 Colon.
FOR RENT.- Apartment, living-,
alining room and ona bedroom,
kitchen. Via Eipana, Parque Le Lefevre).
fevre). Lefevre). Phone 3-1209. ;
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, spacious, enclosed porch,
pantry and kitchen. To responsi responsible
ble responsible person. For 5 months. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5649.
FOR RENT; 3 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, hot water,
large dining and living room, aa aa-,
, aa-, parate maid's room with, bath,
garage, r unfurnished, in high cool
locality, all screened, with, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, in El Cangrejo. Telephone,
effiee hours, 3-0321.
FOR RENT Vary, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished two-badroom apartmant,
near Panama Hotel and Via Es Es-paSa.
paSa. Es-paSa. Call 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Furnish d ana ana-.
. ana-. bedroom modern apartment,, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 'Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT Furnished inde independent
pendent independent apartmant with hot we-t
tar Vi Porras No. 101, Phonl
3-2568. v' "..'
j F0R"RENTi Modern 8-bed-
JroaMhJiWae.dialag warn. .hitch t
Ion. Camoo Aliaro. Ph- I-
7'M. 7- P.m...;..;U;vJ'r
F O R RENTt Ona bedroom
apartmant, furnished. San- Fran,
eisco,. Second Avenue No. 39.
"Betica del Pueblo.'? Phona 8-
.t.-1221.-- .' iv r.-'" ,--
Drug Firms Produce
Vacclnt? lp Protect
Troops In Orient
WASHINGTON fTIPltTS
manufacturers have produced ex-
penmeniai iois oi a vaccina for
protecting American troops over oversea!
sea! oversea! aeainst the influpnxa
ic sweeping the Far East, ft was
aauuuncea loaay.
A Public Health Servira nnV...
man said the vaccine is now be
ing tested at the National Insti Institutes
tutes Institutes of Health here for fiv
and potency. Tests will tak ahmit
three weeks.
, The Army has decided to place
orders for substantial
of the Vflrrinn frtr nHmnjetaatiAt
- aiuuiiiuDvi auvu
to troops, particularly those sta-
tlAHiul faa. 4L. 17.. A
The new Publie Health Service
advisory eommitte nn infh
met here today, to discuss what
precautionary measures may be
needed to guard the U.S. civilian
population aeainst the "Oriontai
flu" anirirmi... ,.
Participant Indicated thev in
not unduly, alarmed because flu
eapiaemics are very rare in sum
raer monins. n
The vaccine dpvlnruMiTn;'tti
military nrotects nnlv. affainct th
nartiruLir strain at tin vinia nm.
uig uie rar e-ast epidemic. Drug
manmacinrers are also conduct conduct-ins
ins conduct-ins research on a "polyvalent"
vaccine which would guard
against uie Daw strain and uv
ral : of the more common fhi
viroscs. v
A SDokesmaa said tha nrrvlnr.-
tion Of larce Quantities nf a
cine could proceed rather awiftlv
if a need developes.
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Automobiles-,
FOR SALE Convertible Cadil Cadillac,
lac, Cadillac, 1951,' with radio, whitawalli
tires and A-i. condition through- ;
out for only $1500. Call from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141 or 3 3-3341.
3341. 3-3341. Atfer 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE! 1951 Ford like
new. 1950 Hudson dutv naid.
-1 Bargain. Phone 2-1235.
FOR SALEv 1956 Ford Fair Fair--
- Fair-- lane, excellent condition, $1,850
; (Curundu credit h- Phone :"Sey'
mour, office 86-3155.-,
FOR SALE-1949 Ford Coupe.
Clean, good working condition,
good tires. $285.00. Tel. .AI-
brook 3208 or 3185.
FOR SALE: Station wagon,
1957 Chevrolet "210", 7000
miles, $1800. 027 7-A, Gamboa,
Phone 6-467.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, very good condition,
$375. Phone 2-1833 (Lea
Rios), s
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master Convertible, dynaf low,
radio, v power i accessories, very
good mechanical condition $225,
Vi down, will finance balance.
5607-B. Diablo. Phona 2-1412.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford, good
transportation, cheap, duty paid.
Call Panama 3-6608.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Hard Hardtop.
top. Hardtop. Fordomatici radio and heat heater.
er. heater. Excellent condition. Kobba
6113.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford wradio.
- duty paid, excellent condition.
Prica $690. Phone 2-3510 (Bal-
boa). 1
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Packers Shipper Movers
Phones 2 2451 .- 2-2562
Laarn Riding at
PANAMA RIPINS SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumping Classes daily
3to-5 f.m. i'boae 2-2451
- ur-ar by ilppa1nhneinV-.-s'lVi.f
, 'tIFE INSUJ1ANCE
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General Agent
k Olbraltar r.tfe Ins. Co.
lor rates and information
, TeL Panama t-0553
CHIROPRACTOR
, Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
. East 34th Street C .,:
across from Lnx Theatra-'
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
' 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tel. Panama 3-3272.
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I Miscellaneous j Home Articles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet FOR SALE: (Call Balboa 2-
Hardtop with powerglide to, '2443). Wastinghouse refrigcra-
highest offer. Green 9x12 light',' tor, 9 cu. ft., in good condition,
I rug. I2' Venetian blind. Balboa :: 25-eycie;. Bendix washing mat''',
--. 2-631 6. i china, automatic, 2 5 -cycle; stu-
; .1. -.!...'.'.. r dio couch; dresser; 2 metal beds
FOR SALE 21-inch Phiko tel- With mattress; i vanity; 3 iampt'
, evi.ion,, complete with outdoor f0or); Venetian blinds; side-
, antenna $150; 2 500x16 tires, board metal).
new, $10 each. Call 6146 AU
' brook, after 330. FOR SALE: Plana, oak' dining
" rt lAiiun im "' ' table, Quartermaster beds, desk,
CLEARANCE SALE of Costume miscellaneous items. 2 1698
Jewelry, Noma Decorations,' 1 Balboa.
, Leather Goods, Stationery, Nov 'i
deities and many others! : Sorry, FOR SALE r Modern studio
. Cash only., MATMOR, No. 122 couches $59, bunk beds onv
' Central Ave,, across from Felix ; .plate $55, porch seta $45r
Maduro. ',- chrome dinette aets 99, mahog-
rno cai e. i ., any dining room sets $65, mod-
40k 86-A- P"0M 86- apringa $)2.50, mattrosses $15,
- J l linoleums $6.95, pillowa $l.95.
FOR SALE:-Complete 21" TV' lrO lackers $8.50.. Also, lovely
installation, 1 year old, excellent wrought iron living and dining
condition. Priced right. 526-B, toom i sets,; refrigerators, desks,
Curundu Hts.' 83-5187. bookeases,"youth beds, etc. Cash
' 1 .'' in i, n or Credit. Household Exchange, 1 .:
RUMMAGE SAlEt Saturday, No. 41, National Av. Tela. 3 3-,
, 3-, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bishop' 4911, 3-7348.
Morris Hall, Cathedral of St.,'
Luke, Ancon, lor benefit of Bella V FOR SALE Twelve pieces Par-
Vista' Children's Home, Used aguayan rattan living' room fur-
clothing. and. houtehold effects, niture, one Smith-Corqna porta-
. Those having articles to contri- bla typewriter with Spanish key- ;
bufe are asked to leave dona- board, two light green (iber rugs,
tions at Bishop Morris Hall ar Albrook 5I74
Morgan's Gardena. ; 1 L
Inl r. i FOR SALE: Settee newly cover- f
10 a r. 9,lahml"- '''black. $35; 2 and tables i
D-,.-'pI i. i 5 m f bl k,d' ""hogany $35; G.E. re re-coco
coco re-coco aonto. ege(r.e 0M $J0; kjteh1 lMa
FOR SALE: Wardrobe 3 doora, ? ,m,ll ""P 4; B,i,y
. aideboard. Necchi machine, gas m',ror k,nf5 20- Ttlt-
. atove, vanity, baby 'a crib.. Give Phona Panama 3-6014.
away prices. Phona $-5295. f0R $AL! nfric.t.ly e.rv.d
r black Chinese ebony living room
Q!Ia. Da.a.J auita and other Chinese pieces,
ider Kecord off ka, hours, 2-2542. r
(VP ITforl 0Rnv!lY'iI:n,and FOR SALE: Leaving'. All house-
ngnter-pilot today claimed a new -.nu i. ti
nationar altitude record y "'" 5"'u Awt"'
feet,; for;: gliders. Alfred Warmin- FOR. SALE: A 4-piece living
ger said he hit the height during room set at reasonable price. AI-
an t hour-long flight, topping the so other odd pieces. Call Phone
previous' record by 100 feet. I 3-0193. ,-
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HOLLYWOOD.: June .ll (UP)
Tyrone Power, matinee idol of tne
40s. says he is leaving; "romantic
leading roles" to younger actors
.rower, ms nair snot wun gray
and character lines' erasing' nis
pretty-boy appearance, returns to
Movieland after two years of
globetrotting. ;
An independent cuss witn
straightforward approach to things
the handsome actor says movies
have become decentralized along
with the social life in Hollywood
Thus, he concludes, there is lit
tie to bold an actpr in this part
or tne counuy.
"When you've beeii twenty years
in this business you begin ta Look
to otherfields, he grinned. "Al
ter all, how many movies can'youj
make?
"In the 'past couple of years
I've been to France. England,
New York, Mexico and Italy
working in the theater movies
and television."
In regard ta his career as a
dashing screen hero, Pawar Is
refreshingly frank..
"You can fool everybody but
yourself. If you are a 'romantic
leading man,' he paused, said
'.ink'' ..J mAAnA "tk.r.
good many young fellows coming
along to take- your place.
"If you don't' do something else
there comes a dav when Vou turn
around and ask, 'Where did every-
vwj ev a.
1
TENNIS. ANYONE? Looks
I lika a tennis player going after
ta somewhat high lob, but actu actu-'
' actu-' ally It's a workman in Saranac
iLaka, N.V, painUna; en ot tha
verfaang;og atreet iightx,

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r
"That isn't going to happen to
me. 1
"Tba theater is my transition
out of the situation. It will mean
traveling a great deal, but I don't
mind that. I'm happy wherever, I
am. i aon't miss people or wings.
Power recently completed a
starring role in Darryl Zanuck's
The Sun Also Rises," and will
star in a film for his own Copa
Productions before leaving for
New York.-
"Next November I hope to be
working in a Dlay." be said, i;
the theater ia far mora satis
fying than pictures.,
HelL I have to wait six months
after i work in a mm to see
whether people fall asleep -during
a scene. On the stage I n at least
able to keep them awake.
"And don t believe that non
sense 'about tha bore of claying
the same role evey night. There
are "variations in every' line. No
performance is the same because
the audience is different each
night."' -. J,;
. r"at about TV. 1
"I tried a-live TV show In
England last yeer," ha f roert roert-ad.
ad. roert-ad. "I fort like tha guy who divas,
aff a 100-foot platform into a
damp warn sloth.
"Nope, the stage -is my goal,
and the most satisfying medium
for me as an actor."

Xpmmittee Filibuster Char

Denied On Civil Rights Program
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WASHINGTON. June 11 (UP)
A high-ranking Republican mem member
ber member oi the Senate Judiciary Com
mittee charged today that a com committee
mittee committee filibuster" is blocking Pres
ident Eisenhower's civil rights pro program
gram program in the Senate.
Sea. Everett M. Dirksen (R-IU.l.
assistant Senate GOP leader, made
the statement in leaving a com-
mittee meeting. Chairmaa James
O. Eastland D-Miss.) said
there.
is o filibuster.".
The two senators mide tbeir
statements ta newsmen leparatery
as. the House moved into its final
day of general floor debate en its
versioa of the bill.
Tho Howm wiM Vfl!n vatlnf
today arv -a stack f sowth sowth-kxckod
kxckod sowth-kxckod amowdmofsla aimoot at
watortnf alowii tho moasvra.
Hoom Republicaa leaders were
polling 590 congressmen todsy to
leans how manr dan ta snrDort a
jury trial amendment which ap-
Da rent IV has beta caiaina atrmrtb
sod which the administration
claims would enrol the bill. 1
The amendments would remiire
jury trial for persons accused of
cr.rtterrpt for violattna in junctions,
,'orbidcLng civil rights violauons.jit
4

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SERVICES
PANAMA 1 2-4616 IS THE
NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV SERVICE,
ICE, SERVICE, Call before 7 p.m. for same
day service. Local calls $2.50J
Also' radio,' hi-fi and general -electronic
repairs. J v -t 5
. BAHIA'S SALOON (Bar fr Res Res-.
. Res-. tsurantl Presents every night, ':
".except Monday two floor ahowa
at 9:30 and 12:30 a.m.. Thair
. production "Carnival at tha Bs-
hia" ia a beautiful ahow, with
Constantino, Sonia, Zuleta, Gla- y
'-dys Mitre and Two-Gun Smokay .v.
- Regular: prices with no cover"':'
charge and air conditioner, Ba Ba-t
t Ba-t hia'a Saloon en Balboa Avenue,
.Panama. ' , n j,
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
,; DRAWER "A," DIABLO -BOX
121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
. GET ALL INFORMATION FIRST
HAND and painless 1 See it on
rented TW-only pennies a day.
' Call 2-2374.
Gorgas Pathologist
Arrives From II. Ya
To Take Up Duties
Dr.1 Harold Mondragon, who
arrived on the Isthmus recently
from New York, has taken over
his new duties as pathologist at
the Gorgas Hospital laboratory.
Born in Medellin,.' Colombia,
Mondragon s is a S naturalize
United States citizen. He receiv received
ed received his medical degree in 1947
from the University of Antloquia
in Medellin and alter attended
Seaton; Hall University in( East
r,o.rro vw.1 TffrAAV v "Urn rnm
ux.iv, ,wj.
pleted pia residency training at
the Passaic General Hospital ai
Passaic, n.j. r u t'-rf i.
.Mondragon served f with thi
UJ3. Army in japan iana &oicu
from 1953 to J955- ana -ipeiore
coming to the isthmus .was. with
the First Army medical labora laboratory
tory laboratory in New york.
Montfraaron. Is a dlDlOmate Of
tha American Board of Patholo Pathology.
gy. Pathology. He also holds' certificates in
pathalogic anatomy and clinical
nathoioev ana is a jnemoer ai
the College of American-Pathologists
.arid of thevi.American
Medical Association "t. j
Sudan: Visits
CAIRO i UP Vr-Indiaa Premier
Jawaharlal .NehrU will Day a two-
day visit to Sudan July 12, accord accord-ine
ine accord-ine to -the'- semi-official Egyptian
Middle JEsst mew agency. i
Khah'sSonTo Wed
.;. v ". . v ti
T. GEftEVA Switzerland (UP
The younger sob of the Aga Khan,
Sadruddin. will be married in a
Geneva suburb July 15 to former
British model ma uyer,
New Type Thieving
BRAWLEY. Calif.. June 11 (CP)
f armer ty.. s. ruieiu aaiu hi
didn't mind a helicopter landing
' nr v vifi.u 1 J UA
in his watermelon paicn Saturday.
He thought it was too much,
though, when the pilot noppea
lout, grabbed three melons,' lump
ed back in the 'copter and took
off.
Contempt '' eases ordinarily .are
tried without juries.
Dirksen left the Sennate Commit Committee
tee Committee room while Sen. Olin D.. John Johnston
ston Johnston (D-S.C.) was discussing a a-mendments
mendments a-mendments he wants added. Dirk Dirk-sea
sea Dirk-sea said Johnston still had 40 pag pages
es pages of his prepared statement to
reaa.
He said supporters of the bill
'Could obtain recognition tram
Eastland only by stating their pur
pose and that Eastland could not
recognize them to move for a teut
on of the .discussion.
. "WKat yea have. In afreet,
a aemmitto filiovatorv D
on said.
Denying that assertion after the
meeting adjourned, Eastland said:
"I think we've made progress.
We're effectively considering the
bill."
At today's session Sen. Tbomas
C Hennings Jr. D-Mo.) a leader
among the advocates-of civil
rights legislation, made public in
amendment which would guars 8-
tee a trial by jury in criminal but
loot In civil contempt cases. 1
S.1 I
that
i jury J
J. Er-
Asked whether ho viewed
!u i "concessiOB" toward
trial ruarinteen. Sen. Sam
via Jr. (D-N.C), leader f the
bill's opponents, said be regarded
as a "very weak" concession.

Domestic Employment
WANTED : Oepsndable house
keeper must be able to. cook.
8027-C Second. St., Margarita.,,
WANTED: Maid for cooking'
and general housework, : Arboix
Bldg., Apt, 6, 5th St., Colon, i,.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Johnson 30-hp.-.
outboard, new condition, never' v
used in salt water, $325, Bal.
2-3325 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 22-hp. and' 5-hp.
Johnson outboard motors.': Both
in good condition. Call Panama
3-3511.

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A2C STEPHEN M. CICMAN, Airman of -the Quarter of the
1886th AACS E&l Squadron-, Albrook Air Fprae Base for May
June and July, receives an engraved ring -and congratulations
from his- commander. Ma.ior Kenneth L. Vaorhn. A radio re

pairman,' Airman Cicman was

bar, 1955. He-is fi-ora Poughlieepsie, N-Y.
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1955
FORD 4-fJoor,-Radio

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19Si JaSH RarribW Station Wagon Radra 395.00
;1953 ; FORD 2-door Radio, 8 Cyl.i -a 895.00

1956
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1950

FORD .2 -door,"' Cyf. V..." i.V.. ;.1,950.O0

PLYMOUTH 4dopr,
MERCURY i-door,'

1956 CHEV. 4-doorr' Radio,.' PClid ..1,950.00

1955v PLYMOUTH Station:
- 6 Cyl Autdmatic

,1955i CHEV. Station Wagon Radiol 8 CyL 1,795.00
: : ; FAST FRILNDLV FINANCLNQ 1

EVERY CAR SAFETY CHECKED

PANAMA 3-7010

AUTOMOBILE ROW

WANTED: Cook (man) with
experience and good references.
Apply in- person:, Cocoli Club

house, i' from 1 1 a.m. to 3 :00
' FOR' SALE: Three-bedroom
house with' two baths, living
room, dining room,, fcttchan, two
: maids' rooms with bath, & 2000
meters of land in Golf Heights.
s For .information call from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.- 3-1141 or 3-3341.
After 5 p.m. 3-3069.-

; Real Estate

REAL BARGAIN:. Only $554
; down payment, $28. monthly,
one-bedroom cement bungalow, f :
10th St. Rio Abajo. PATTER-
'SON.,. 36 East St. No. 15 near
( Panama Hospital, 3-11l4."

FOR SALE: 3 -bedroom, oceaa
view, house, exclusive, neighbor
hoed. 2-2542, office hours.
assigned to Albrook In Novem
Photo)
, w .:..,'-
CARS
ai
50.00
FDM
6 Cyl.
895.00.
Radio .",1 '550.00
Wagon,
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,..1,795.00
. COLON. 446
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dayi' crossed Via Espana ana came w a wp on a wau near a pouce jjoom me cnver, wn
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Civvies

Military Overseas Cannot Try US

Charged With urder;2 Wo men May Go Free

vii rwtnotoN. June 10

nnurt has ruled

that some 450,000 American de-

Sents and other civilians
' Mtli the armed forces overseas
. f. t mhippt to trial for mvi-

. i.iw .Y.nit.ur r.nurts martial ,-

-in a 6 to 2 decision reversing
la Earlier stand, the high court

freed two women eonvicu
inllitary trials of murdering their
Servicemen-husbands while on
Assignment In foreign countries,
Tu- utIvm ue Mrs. Doro-

' thT Kreuger smith, daughter of

(TJPt military appeals on a technical

ity, ana sn nas Deen awaiting

re-trial here. v

. The court's ruling frees the

two women, from any future U.S
proserujtion'

Their future depends, first,
on the terms of U.S. extradi extradition
tion extradition treaties with Great Brit Britain
ain Britain and Japan and, secondly,
on whether either country .in .institutes
stitutes .institutes extradition proceed-,
lnjs to force the women to
stand trial in its civilian courts.

The court held that in capital

retired Lt. Gen. Walter K'1 cases -at least, the ConstifiUon
andMrs. Clarice Covert 01, clvuian courts of law a-

tlanta, Gaf , : ilone ti "power to try clviliaus

lor tneir orienses against uie

- tr. amm now is servinit a

fife term In the Alderson W.Va..

Women's reaerai
i,r rnnvictlott by a military

Swri of the 1953 fatal stabbing
1- t.nn Af her husband, Col-

mnV rnverfe was convicted by

i '1953 court martial of the ax-H

verl'ln England.' This conviction

was yevyscH" ""v

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United States.

In other important decisions
in what, may be the next-to-the-last
session of this term, the

high court;
Reversed, -0, 'tho contempt
of court conviction of Joseph
Curcio of New York, .a Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union local official who
invoked the Fifth Amendment,
in refusing to tell a grand Jur
ry the whereabouts of record
of his local.-;.-''i..v ft

rThe Smith-Covert decision was
a reversal of the court's own 6-

3 ruling issued Just one year a

a At the beginning of th pres

ent term, the court agreea to re

consider its 1958 ruUna;: Since

then, retirements have changed
the membership of the' high
court.- ' .' t

The majority decision in the

overseas test was -wnuen oy
Justice Hugo Black and signed

by Chief Justlee Earl warren,
and Justices William 6. Doug

las and. William J. Brennan.
Thev held that all civilians over

seas are immune from military I

trla's.r'''' ;;'-''. -.

But Justices Felix frankfurter

and John M. Harlan, who filed

separate concurring opinions,

confined their remarxs generauy
to civilians accused of "Jtpital

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crimes, in which a death sen sentence
tence sentence is possible. 1 ,
Thus, there was not a clear clear-cut
cut clear-cut majority for all-out denial
of jurisdiction xto the military.
Therefore today's action is ap

plicable for the time being only

to capital- cases. The : court's

stand on other lesser crimes Will

Jiav to be litigated later. P

Justices Tom C. Clark- and
Harold H. Burton dissented. Jus

tice Charles E, Whlttaker did

not participate, in the case.
The government has said that
civilian : employes and depen dependents
dents dependents may bt barred from ac accompanying
companying accompanying servicemen over overseas
seas overseas If the armed forces do not
have the power to try them lor
criminal offenses.
But Black, speaking for the

court majority, held that the

Supreme Court : "should not

break faith with this nation's
tradition, of keeping military
power subservient to civilian au authority,
thority, authority, a tradition which.; we

oeneve is nrmiy embodied in the

constitution. u -y 1,,

'let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

82nd YEAR

PANAMA, R, P., TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1957

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Republ

To

icans Launch Ail-Out Campaign

Increase Strength In 'Solid South'

WASHINGTON, June 11 (UP) states in 1952 and five in U56.

The Republican party launched an

nil out campaign today to in

crease its newly won strength

in tne once "bona soutn" of the

Democrats

Dubbed "Operation Dixie.' the

anve will De headed by J. Lee
Potter, Virginia state Republican
chairman.: He will have the title

of Southern Director for the GOP

National Committee

Potter a 47-year-old resident of

Arlington. Va.. a suburb of Wash.

ington, has served as the national

committee s patronage director.

He; will continue to make his

headquarters in Washington.

His appointment was' announced

by Republican National .Chairman

Meade Alcorn.

During last week's Republican

strategy conference, it was" re

ported that Potter's appointment

as soutnera director had been an

proved oy tne party executive

committee.

The GOP has' eved the normal

ly Democratic South with grow

ing? interest sinee President El

senhower carried tour Southern

Pupils Rcsiiring;
Craftsmen Heeded

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PLYMOUTH. Mass.. June 11

(UP) Light winas nave siowea
the progress of the Mayflower II

on tne nomewara Kg oi trans
itlintio rronine. r

The 92-foot square rigger', repli

ca of the Mayflower that carried
th Pilerims to America, was

miles south, of Nantucket Light-

The Mayflower reported making

hnirt 2 knots in nent wmas as n

sailed toward Provlncetown on the
tip of Cape Cod.
It is about 109 miles from Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket to Provincetown. where the
et sel was expected today, depend

ing on the winds. From Province-tnwa-
the shin will cross the 25

miles to Plymouth. (

The Mayflower had been pio

bie throuch the heaviest seas en

countered o the 50-day- voyage.
The turbulent waters combined
with a dron in wind velocity de

layed from two to four hours the

arrival of Mantucaet.
i niiiw load of. newsmen and

photographers got their first look

at tne aiayiiower sunaiy m
plunged and bobbed through heavy

teas and gaie-iorre winoi w d c u
caused, her to lose nearly 10 hours

Saturday.

Registration for Summer Recrea

tion Handicrafts and Special Swim Swimming'
ming' Swimming' Program for civilian com

munities on the Pacific Side will

conducted at Ancon. Balboa and

Diablo Schools tomorrow. Thurs

day and r riday to register all chil

dren interested in participating in

tnese activities. ; ... ,. v

A six week class in cake de

corating is also offered for chil

dren in 6th to 8th grade

' volunteer workers are urgently

neeoed to assist in this program,
Men capable of "teaching wood

work are particularly needed in

leach communit) to teachone day

r wr priwu m til ,wci

Beginning jury i and ending Aug
USt . i-...".yW

Persons unable to register en
the above dales, or those needing
further information may Call Mrs.
H.' W. Griffin Balboa- 3694.

Those interested in, the' '.special

swimmingaregram may,contact

Mr. J. R. Townsend ot Ut.'J. W,
Mail ...oil .

The registration' It iorT each

program u 1.25

High Court Gives
'Red Lihl jandr
Hew Stale Heafinos

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j U.S. Legation In
I, Budapest To Make

II Drastic Staff Cut

California's gas chamber by vari

ous ttfai maneuvers. Chessman

wrote the best-selling books "Cell
24S5 Death Row" and "Trial by
nrrfo! H haw 3

VIENNA. June 11 (UP) Tlte All m helA' H.ri.n

U.S. Legation in Budapest will that, consistent with procedural
CUt StS t-.i'i "'ra ..!!" Mi A .i.iin mv.m r-allfiu-ni.'i .r.

. t" auuiH-
1 the next few weeks, a Legation: ante of Chessman's eoavictioa op op-I
I op-I spokesmaa told United Press by oa a eenoasrr disputed roord.

inioac diib Buaapest today. whose accuracy CDessnaa has bad!

WASHINGTON. June 11 flTW-

Tne supreme Court has ordered

new state hearings for 'doomed

convict-author Caryl Chessman. He
claims the court record of his

trial was fraudulently prepared.

Chessman ia in the death house

at Sao .Quentia prison in Califor California.
nia. California. . i ;
Justice John M. Harlan wrote
the opinion for the Supreme Court,
which split 5 to 3 on the case.

Chief Justice Earl Warrea. for

mer California governor, did net
participate.

Chessman, once known as the
red light bandit of Los Angeles.

was convicted in IS48 on 17 counts

of kidnaping, robbery and sexual

assault. He drew two death sen-J

tences and 19 prison sentences.

$91,283 Offered
By l. K. iommer

Seems Low For Job

A low bid of 891,283 wai entered

by L R. Sommer for the replace

ment of .the- electrical distribution
system at Pier in Cristobal, iiids
were opened yesterday m. the
Board Room of the .Administration

Building at Balboa Heights,
Three other bids,' ranging from
$92,700 to $104,098, were' received
from Bildon, Inc.; W A.' Rogers
and" the Electric Service Compa Company,
ny, Company,
f The "project, which will com

pletely rehabilitate the electrical
distribution system at Pier 6, will
take approximately five months to
complete and will include the re rewiring
wiring rewiring of power facilities, .partial
rewiring of telephone and light lighting
ing lighting facilities and other .related
work.
Bids were also, opened on the
installation of street lights at the

intersection of Coco Solo Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Drive and Boyd Roosevelt

Highway. A low offer of 83,100 was

entered by W. A. Rogers. other
bids renguig. from S3.aott to $6,200

were made by. Electric Service

Company, Bildon, Inc., L. R. Som

mer and iservicio Campos Tejada.
The work in this contract will
consist of installing three- new

lighting standards, and converting

two existing lighting standards.

Alcorn said the Republican nar-

ty had made "giant ; strides' m
the South in recent presidential
and congressional elections. He
termed Potter well qualified to
direct the organizing activity to
win "substantial Republican gains
in congressional, state and local
elections throughout the South."

He said conservative Southern Southerners
ers Southerners must choose between joining
the GOP and being, overshwelmed
by"the jeft wing factions of the
North that now pull all the strings
within the framework of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic organization."
' Potter's territory w,ill 1 Include
the 11 states of the 'old South,
plus the border state of KentucKy.

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DANGLING ABOVE TIMES SQUARE Milton Hinden',(ar.

row) 85, -clings upside down to his dangling scaffold -eight
stories above New York's Times Square. Fellow workers Quick Quickly
ly Quickly Wwer another scaffold to. rescue him and end five minutes

of suspenseful drama played before an audience of thousands

gaping peiow. Hinden s only injury was as neck- burn. S

ment

Lai Rosa

Pinchhitting For; Conip Th is S urn met;

Courts Too Lenient

VilhU.5. Crooks,

Senator Points Out

WASHINGTON.- June 11 (UP)

Sen. Joha L. McOeUan (D Ark.

said yesterday the courts were too

lenient with Harry "The Hat' Lev

and others convicted to eon i pinna

to defraud the government."

"These folks conspired, thev

worked at the Job of being

crooks," McClelland said in a Sen
atespeeh.

The Arkansas Democrat chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Investigating
Subcommittee. said the o a r t

were "too lenient on them: espe

cially when they are apparently

oeajcica iv wis way in uie.

rupted and induced government of

ficials to betray their public

trust," but -was sentenced to only

nine months and line u.OOQ Wc-

Oellaa said. -t

Sen, Frank J.' Lausche (D-Ohio)

said that when Lev gets such a

sentence and youthful traffic of-

t -. i j . i

l-iieoaen are jaucu lur iir

terms, "I just .donl understand

the working of our courts.''
Meeting Of Red
Cross Instructors
Called Tomorrow

' By WILLIAM- EWALD

NEW YOR,' June 11 .(UP)
Julius La Rosa,: who ; got the gate

four years ago and the girt one

year ago, gets the snow tins &at
urday. "-v-; :; jf
La Rosat the singer who-bound

ed to iame After Arthur Godfrey
bounced htm. in 1953, tackles his
biggest assignment this weekend
when. : be leans in as summer

pmchhitter. for Perry Coma on

NBC-TV.,

"T was on for Perry four weeks

last summer," said La Rosa as

he sipped on a root beer, "But
this summer. I've got the : show

right through till Sept 7.

"Bur we're not going to change

the show much. It'll be pretty

much as ) it is now a variety

show wiia the emphanis on ting

ing. We are going to use a lot

of big bands though. Count Ba

sic and, I think. Ralph Marterie

and.BUddy Morrow." -v-

La" Rosa celebrated his first

wedding anniversary April- 2. His

wife, Rory, is a former secretary

to Como. ;

"V got the right one. grinned

La Rosa; "It probably sounds

typical of a man who's only been

married a year, but my wife to

me is such -a beautiful person."

And sties changed me.; Oh

man, how I re changed. I used to
be a kind of happy-eo lucky guy

who didn't care at all. about the

future. My agent even had to put

me on an allowance after I d made

it. ...

"You know bow K is a ruv out

of the Navy who never bad more

than 15 bucks in hit pocket and
then all or a sudden Lere I w a s

guy who could buy anvthine I

wanted. Man, I had a real balL

now. it s all dillerenf n

look inside the bankbook. I'm real-

concerned about build ine a fu

ture. Me the guy who fidn't care

one way. or the other wheth

er things went right or not."

La Koa new einrera abou

security has xhanged bis attitude

toward music, too. II hasnt had

that has changed, too. It's .1 the
kids between 10 and 17 who are
buying the records and they want
to hear rock 'n' roll,' so t h a t's
what I'll make. ? ; i

'

The GOP now holds nine of a to

tai of 114 House seats in these 12

states and the two Kentucky Sen
ate seats., ''.'.'-

Appraising GOP chanced of fe
gaining control of Congress in 1958,

Alcorn- said last weeK -his party

nas a cnance to gain eignt to 10
Southern House seats in the con

gressional elections next yean He

iaio no claim to anv of the five

Southern Senate seats at stake

next year. ,

A lifelong Republican, Potter
was born at Tower City, Pa.,, and
has lived in Washington, and Ar Arlington.
lington. Arlington. He has been in the real
estate -business in Northern Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia since 1935 and is a former
director of the .Washington Asso

ciation oi Home iiuuiieri.
He said in a statement that 'one

of his primary cnl win ha -tn

"""u "k woiiicu a groups: .'-.4ind
young Republican clubs ia the

ooum. ,

i nope to convince my -fellow
Southerners ; that the Republican

yaiy i can give tnem ihe same
Kind Of OutstanHinff loud

the state and lor a I Ipvi. i,

am, as rresiaent Eisenhower has

yiuviuea at tne national JeveJ,

Longtime Residerif

Jennie Redmond :

Dies Af Coco Solo

Mrs. JenniA RpHmnnf

Glenn W5- Redmond, an employe
;e industrial Division in Cris-

vvi, oieq at coco Solo Hospital
at U:55 p.m. yesterday. fih w.

62 years .old.vlv.'.v
A lone tim resident 'a ik. c..

al Zone,, Mrs, Redmond was presJ
ldent Of th an4 Ah 4U. 17 1

w UIB TV 11,11-

en svAuxiliary of the "40 and 8,"
an affiliate of the American T

gion. and' was first vir nrsiianf

.u- r - r--

uib American iesfion anvii;..

he has been active many years
In other ,ivi nH .i.,in.i

fairs. At thtime bf her death,
ws. Redmond n i-ooM;r i.

Margarita, r- .'W''.v l''
' addition to her usbaiiif, she'
is survived bynhree sons, Royal

uicuii javia, wno uve on!
the Isthmus, and John-who ar arrived
rived arrived here today from the United

oiaies, ano, a daughter Frances
slso a resident of th rrn.t.H

States., ., , v !:. ,. T

Funeral serviws; will 'h. ..nJ

bounced later. -1'--- i

Ionian's Views

To Be Aired

In Yashington

OTTAWA. OnV.. June 11 'flIP

The Conservative? won Canada'!
general election for the tirst tuna

w ycuis 'u au .upset victory ov over
er over the liberal party but tailed to

day to gain a parliamentary maj-

uniy as unai returns tricKien in.

The country" was faced with a

situation, in which no party could
exercise control over the govern
ment,,. v t
, The 1:30 -a.m. United "Pfesa
summary of party standings show-
ed 108. conservatives elected and (
four leading; 100 hbcraJaf elected'
and five leading; 20 CCi?' elected

nuu ivuf 4cauing; .to social creyii
elected and one leading! ann four,
others two independent liberals
and two independents who usual usually
ly usually vote conservative electeu.
-A; victorious party heeds 135 of -the
commons 2t5 seats to form a
government, with a voting majors
-; -r
" John Diefenbaker, 61, the "lona'
woit" Tory-leader, i comounaed tne
pollsters and brought th Mm...

vatives out of Zt years ui the po political
litical political wilderness. During that pe pe-nod
nod pe-nod the. -liberals under t frimo
Minister Louis St. Xaureht and
former Prime Minister W. L Mac

jCenzie King ruled Canada, usual

ly witn a commanding majority
St. Laurent hurried back to Ot Ottawa
tawa Ottawa today, faced wltn the deci-
Kinn ftf -Dither Bcllnfl' Pn.nn. .

General Vincent Massey ior a

new general election, or trvme to

remain in office with a minoHty1

government. If he attempted the

latter course; pie opposition par
ties could vote his administration

out Of office at any time, and he

would be torced to resign.

In either case. Diefenbaker:: who

became ory leader six ..months'

ago, is likely, to be called on to
form a government But his cabi-
net would be faced with the "same :
conundrum how to find sufficient ?

support among the various '.par

ties to sustain any challenge that

might crop up on the floor of tho

Jap Safety Hints

'TOKYO (VP) The nolic.-' de

partment -hintetoday the way to
avoid traffic accidents in Tokvo is

to stay Out of taxicabs and cars
driven by bachelors under 30. A

weekend police white paper re reported
ported reported taxicabs Caused one-fourth
of all accidents recorded here be between
tween between Jan. 1 and May 15.- Un-1
married men in then-. twenties
caused 0 per cent. ;
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Twoin Letter Found,
i LONDON (UP)---A, letter "written
by- Mark Twoin has turned up in
Russia, according to Radio Mo,
cow. The broadcast said the let
ter, dated April 23, 1801, "was ad
dressed to Soviet revolutionary
writer Stepnyak Kravchinsky. t;

"J.

The 2onian's point of view re

garding; legislation will be aired

soon Jn Washington when sev several,
eral, several, representative if local la labor
bor labor organizations appear before

committees of Congress next

week. .;- ;--v,!-: .- i- -

Ruf us Lovelady. president of

the 'American Federation of

Government Employes' Lodge
14, leaves b? plane tonight for

Wasbinzton where ha is sched

uled to testify : on ; Thursday,

June 30. . 4 r- .-

Lovelady sold today that he

has received conf fn aijon of the

date of his appearance before

th Senate Post orfice and civil

Service Committee from c ch li limn
mn limn n Sen. OUn Johnson. ,

His three-point program will

emphasize: 1) continuation of
the policy of basing rates of pay
from Grade 4 and higher on the
Classification Act,' r ; (

The tpokesmaa said be could not na air ia rirraininB ,iiui Km

, give the exact amount of thaplan- allowed to stand. -ned
reductiosi "because the Lega- "WUhouf blinking the fact that
tioa has to await orders from th hiatory of this ess treseata

WasDiagton first. ia sorry charter Jo the asoals of Red Cross first aid rromm.

Jm mAAJt .k. -. j .1 : .. "

-v,vt. ww.ti, uiBt uie ue-ioeiaya in uw laauuwiuoi Of j Toe

sua wiu dc cut laest proo- cnnuna josuce. w csnnot aoew

y mora t&aa at was enaad-that ctrcumstaore to deter s from
Hunfsrian authorities in a withheldiuc relief so cieartr mil,

recent request. d tor.-

A meetlnc of aQ holders of a hit record ht suit. civil: his

American na vroas wstructorr
cerUficate has twn called for

7 pjn. tomorrow by Ralph Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, who is in charge of the

.1 He aoN
1 ration si
1 bly by
ed by h

laet big ones were ."Eh Cum pari"

and Domanl .of several seasons

T'ItT been all my fautt," said
La Rosa. "I dont like rock 'V

meetine will be held at roil and as a result. 1 titiat

the Personal Trauunt Building- come up wtta a big record lately,
on Ceroco Street la Balboa, All I caa b very giUy -yl stubborn
holders cf Instructor caxda arelabwrt something like that,
urged U attend. "But bow my auitud toward

2) Allowing all employes whose
Job are frozen (Iron Grades S
downward) to receive withln withln-grade
grade withln-grade promotions. id
-3)- Favoring retirement for
non-US citizen empioyea. .- t
- Lovelady said his. union will

also press for early enactment
of legislatiou implementing the
provisions of the 1955 RP-UH
Treaty.-.-, -, -. v;., 4. -.
Since the Treaty Is an ac ac-compliahed
compliahed ac-compliahed act," Lovelady said
today, "Congress shou!d take
early action on It - I

Lovelady la scheduled to return

to the Isthmus July 18.

Another union of flclal. E. w.

Hatchett, president of h- cen central
tral central Labor Union-Metal Trades

Council who left Saturday for

Washington, indicated he would
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