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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R, P., WEDNESDAYS JUNE 12, 1957

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v FULE COOPERATION from the Organiahtiorfc' of American
Statej wiU be forthcoming lor the VII Pan1 Amerlcaa. Roafl;
, Congress to br held in Panama In August,- Dn Jose. A. Mora,
.i, OAS secretary-general leftXsaid, today. Mora was welcomed
- "to Panama by foriign Minister AquiUno Boyd, -and by Alfonso
.. Herrera y Franco, Secretary, and others for jthe big meeting pf,
. loads people -from all 6yer the .Western Hemisphere. v

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THlsiy lakes Starfjo;

Biii Hof Isthmians, StilWant

OAS Secretary
Mora Talks
Of Road Congress

The Orcanizaf inn of AmAriran

States is particularly interested in

the coming conference of the VII
Pan-American Road Congress, ac

cording to ux-s Jose A. Mora, sec

retary-general of OAS.
; -Dr. Mora, who arrived -in Pa

nama yesterday for a one May

stop-over- told newsmen that uie
most important phase of the con-,

ference, which will, be held here
in August, will be discussing the
early completion- of t the Inter-A-

merican mgnway. .

Dr. Mora said he was here to

take the opportunity of; meeting

with some of the officials who are
in- charge of planning the meeting, ;

and would extend the ruu cooper

ation of the OAS. '

The OAS secretary also touched

on a plan to offer 500 scholarships
to Latin American students. He
said that although the exact man

ner of distributing these had not

yet been decided, a committee of

the s Presidents' representatives

were working on the plan in Wash

ington and would soon be able Jo

Jivuige the details.
. Dr. Mora declined to comment

on the new plan for continued vi vi-eilance
eilance vi-eilance on the Nicaragua ; Hon-

.Uuran border.- but expressed his

confidence in the worK ot tne aa

hoc committee in working out this
conflict U '
In concluding, Dr. Mora safd
the that the triumph of Pan-Americanism
is due in great part, 'to

the ma2nificent cooperation ox tne

Panama government and its peo

ple." r . 1 1

He heads DacK-40 wasningion

tomorrow., - .

ff7 feet andCatun'LakeaoT?te.60

since sagsing on May 23 to 206.-30-
feet and 82.18 feet respectively.
This is the ; lowest elevatioat fpr
Madden lake since it was perma-

teorological t and Hydrograpnie

JJranch. vv...v-, .v-.,'a.'-:,
: Tne Way 23 low was no record,

however, sinc& the' lowest eleva
tion in the history of the lake Vas
;.39 feqt in both 1926 and 1933. ;
Alter aa pnusually Jong and dry
dry season the rainy season begad
abruptly an. May 41 with a gener-s
; ai Sturm over tne istnraus.: a a .t n
for the Test of the month, howev however;
er; however; was; unevenly distriouieu with:
; the Atlantic -and. central sections
receiving .only half tne normal a-
mount, the report stated.

Basin during May was the ightn
lowest on rtcoro. Smce tne wrst
of the I'ear the accumulated run-

mr trOm tne uatuu J-aice Basin

was the third lowest .3 anuary-May :
pe,.od in a ?ears ot record. ?a

ine -ux arrival oi io
seaon lonuencea otner weuher el

ements. le urst 10 aays ot, me
monm were unusually warm wita
98 degrees; being recorded at Mad

den warn on May iu. ims was c c-qual
qual c-qual to the all time Canal Z o n e
record. At jsalooa heigms, tem-

f.raiures ros to 96 degrees on

fmir navs. on the Atlanue side

the maximum was 9 degrees, on on-i
i on-i n ripprea beiow the. all tune

high for Cristobak . v. ;.!
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LonnacnTiai oian

To Face'Musicr

JEW YORIw June 12.(UP)
Putusher Robert Harrison and
fivk statf members of Confidential

mcarine surrenaerea to ;we ai

Jew--Crisis.-;

Boiling

fn Haiti

aitornev.todav-on a Caluor-

indictment charging them with

piriog to violate advertismg

ana commit criminal noei.

itie six surrendered as alleged

fu Jives from justice. 1 heir' at-

torfevs said, they would iignt ex-

uioo to California. .

rested with Harrison- were
r A. P. Govoni. circulation
ager Daniei Studin, research research-he
he research-he had Tobias, Studio's wife,.
n, an executive secretary,
Tobias mother, Mrs. i Edith
as, '.Harrison's secretary v

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dy Of Drowned
y Found Far :

bm Coif Club V:

fJ:Ku mat ftMio at 12:30 ..
t-a, (Wnrt 41 tMrl ah k

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a bnack ar t Pimm
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PORT' Atl PRINCE. Haiti. June

12 UP) -A. new crisis appeared
to be brewing- last, night In. trou-

Died Haiu. -1, r :-

h;o1l Pierre Armand. iey figure

m last montn's revolt, iook je

fuge in the Spanish Embassy. He
asked for a passport, a UJ5. visa

and s permission to leave the

Scanty 'information Indicated
that .the two-week old govern-

.mentK of provisional President

Daniel Fignole" was heading;, for
a -ahowdown with the Army. V
j ". : X- i' t- J '('
Armani tM Satanisli AitibaaaaJor
, Jorf Spottorna ha was Haainf far
Armarid's -flight followed Vby
less than 24 hours the resigna resignation
tion resignation of Interior and Defense Mi Minister
nister Minister Leonce Bernard, the cabi cabinet
net cabinet member in charge of Army
affairs.. ,vf. .u;
In a radio broadcast last night
Fignole put in a bid for: rank-and-file
Army support by prom,
islng Haiti's soldiers a oav In

crease in October if he la still to
office at that time. t- t
Fignole also expressed Irrita Irritation,
tion, Irritation, over the. fact that. neither
the United States, nor Canada
has o 'far recognized his orovi-.

atonal, regime,-. .; ;

'' Tha anly aatiana that hav rfana
M art, Cuba, Calomkia n4 Faax
ma.
Haiti baa been the scene of re

current, political crisis since De December,
cember, December, when President Paul

Magloire was overthrown by a
"general strike." The average

life of a Haitian- government

since that time has been about

The latest crisis arose late last

month, when the "civilian Jun Junta"
ta" Junta" then in power tried to install
Arm and as Army chief of staff
in place of Brig. Gen.Xeon Can Can-tave.
tave. Can-tave. '.

- antav rafaliafaJ hf mating (tia
Four days later, forces led by

Arm and besieged Cantave'j men
in the Dessalines barracks here,
moving up artillery and war-

planes to back thir demand1

that he resign. After a weekend f

Of savage rioting, Fignole was
Installed as President.

He promptly appointed Col.

Antonio Kebrean chief of sUff,

passing over both Cantave and!

Annand. KeDreau nas since

forced both men to retire.

j A heavy guard escorted Can Can-tave
tave Can-tave to the airport Sunday and
j pit him on a r!ane bound fr
: United Sat. ortenalbiy to
j -. -- treitT.fzt for minor

r

Jimmy Dorscy Di:i
At 53; II: J Surccry

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NEVYORK.'Jiine 12 (UP)

Bandleader Jimmy Dorsey, -m,
died today at? Doctorsi Hospital
five "month after he underwent
surgery for removal of a growth

irom rus tungi

borsev'j brother and Jong-Ume

associate, j trombonist Tommy

Dorsey, died last Nov. 28 at his
home In Greenwich, Conn. -Jimmy'.'
Dorsey entered the

hospital last, January for surg surgery
ery surgery and was able to return brief briefly
ly briefly to hia conducting chorea at a
mid town hotel In February... He
returned to the hospital March

13 and had tbeen confined ever

since, i ui ;,'t .i'

Dorsev. famed aa a clarinet

1st, began his career on another
Instrument -the cornet In his
father's brass band when he was

in his teens. Jimmy and Tommy

organized their first combina

tion, in 1920 and had an off

again :on-agaln partnership as
band leadera until : Tommy's

death. ? a '.

The "fabulous Dorseys". wereJ

the sons of Thomas Francis and

Theresa Dorsey. Jimmy, christ christened
ened christened James Francis Dorsev, was
bora in 1904 in Shenandoah, Pa.,
where his father was a music
teacher. Tommy was born In
1905. ? : -.-,-

' Survivors besides the widow.

the former Jane Porter, whom

he married In 1927. is a daugh

ter, Julie Lou..--,-' !,;-. ; 2 v ').,--

Marine Hepligenl
Al Parris Island fi
Jlarls Comeback :
'CHERRY POINT, N.C. June H
UP) Matthew McKeon, Ma Marine
rine Marine drill Instructor who led a
recruit -death march" In which
six men drowned, has been pro promoted
moted promoted to private first class, the
Marine corps disclosed today.
McKeon was sentenced to
three month In the brig and de de-mntfH
mntfH de-mntfH tn nrivate after a court-i

martial convicted him of negli

gence tn connection with the re-

'' '"f r i nm i j ii ij Mi n in I ';', i .,. ''1 t fi ', j 4,vt

J -, ' ,v at' rf ?r T ... V t '1

s Charged ):M

MayfloweVjl

Reache$rUS

Port In Tow

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'PLYMOUTH. Mass.'.-lun. U-i-

(UP-. The -pilgrim replica -ship
Aiayllower H, beating her ehostiv

predecessor td the new world by

. uayti, was lowea Dy a c o as t

guard tug into rrovlncetown bar bar-oor
oor bar-oor today for. her f irst anchors ge

in America, .
. . i A
The Tugged 92-foot entered5, the
squally hai bor at 12:25 P.m. lor a

renaciment ot the signing o the
Mayflower compact later today, v
f
' Tha vessel was expected ; te
said tha 25 mils acres Masaa
chusatts bay t Plymouth tomor.
row tor ratraation tha 4and.
ins of th pilgimaar Plymouth

KOCK. I

scores oi yachts sailed out te
greet- the jViaytlower,- which bob bobbed
bed bobbed in tow of the coast guard cutt
ter, 'Yankton. Thousands of oer-

sons watched from th sandy

shore. .,
The Mayflower, the4' American

flag at ner torepeak and the Union
Jack at her main, headed direct

ly lor coast guard mooring off

tn. town wnan.

The MavtloWer II mad. tha rJ

500-mUc Atlantic crossing in 42

days, compared with 66- davs tak

en by the original Mayflower, e e-vett
vett e-vett though the? Utter sailed a dif different,
ferent, different, shorter route, v - ':

liny boats jig xaseed : brk and
"r'h sILProvme-j '.".' a

-uur, Mnyliower ms debits triumph
ant entrance. ,v ,v

Locn To Panama
For Ccltcr Roads

Virtuc'Jy, Siire

WASHINGTON, June 12
UP) Panama. "d tne Ex-lort-l"mport
Bank were report reported
ed reported today to be close te agree-,
menfr for a 13,BOO,000 loan to
improve Panama' highways.
v Xbe loasf 1 being negotiated
; ht ',. Robert H T, t matt,
C. ,nptroller; of th Panaman Panaman-ia
ia Panaman-ia i a-overnment.

- -.At reception given by Am Am-b
b Am-b sador Ricardo M. Aria for
. r Heortematte, Panama-
n Minister of Justice, the
Panamanian negotiator aid
b believed the loan agree agree-n.ent
n.ent agree-n.ent would be signed shortly,,
r Acting Assistant Secretary
of Stat Roy R, Rubottem and
numerous Latin Amerlcaa Am

bassador attended tha reeep-1

f tton nv Aria' garden, v i .. .

i::2 lnFb Fclile ; r
Gives Ccn:re$$men

lkrr::iiy 'CrckMasI ;

To; Each; His Own

, TORT POLK, I. June 12 UP)
The Army' laundry cdd ays ays-tem
tem ays-tem ha run Into double trouble
because regulation require,: GIs
to mark clothing with thei last
names and final four digits of
their, aerial num,bers; Th trou trouble
ble trouble popped up when, the Army
discovered that Sgts. William R.
and Russell A. Wilson have Iden

tical last, four digits. The'solu-iuwmaker to

uon me sergeants wiu nave to

use separate laundries. --

yu a kh twrtoN. June 12 (UPV-

irirfBt Eisenhower played hpst

te -40 Republicaa Congressmeai at

a harmony breaMart tooayj ana
heard t the politically indigestible
forecast that some- House mem members
bers members migtit be "hung" if they up-

pnrt certain, pans of n is program.
..'1 he-th iel JUeeutiv, smilmg
and looking fit after, his pamiul
stomach .upset, entertained at a

buffet' breakfast in th,- White

Hous state dining room.; Guests
wer served orange, juice, scramb

led eggs, bacon, ssussge,, sweet

rolls and conee -V1 i .'

The early morning v ,"kaffee

klatch" was the first in a series

of five harmony get t tc-gethen
planned for GOP. House members.
Two are planned for Republican

Senators;. '::

They are part of an effort to

bring about closer relations be

tween Eisenhower and .Republican

head off .t more

trouble for his legislative program

in congress. t z

PRESIDENT : ERNESTO de la

Guardia will be honor guest Fri

day at a picnic to Taboga, offer

ed by AssemDiymen wno are n
personal friends It waa revealed
yesterday, 1 s
'. i Other political friends of the
President also will be invited to
the outing on the grounds of La
Resting a v from where the
speeches made by the toastmas-

terand Mr, de la Guardia will
be broadcast over a nation-wide
network.
it 1 understood the President

will work in his office until noon

Friday before leaving for Tabo.
ga Island. 1
Yesterday .the President and
- bis cabinet gay their approv approval
al approval to a bill to limit export of
unfinished high-grade Pana Panama'
ma' Panama' lumber, El Panama Ame America
rica America reported yesterday, i v, -X
The bill, which will be sub submitted
mitted submitted to th Permanent Leg Leg-islativ
islativ Leg-islativ Committee for approv approval,
al, approval, provide for export taxe
oit finished lumber according,
.to th thickness. v

Why That Was No Soldier, Sir;

That Speeder Was My 'Franklin"

"'The Balboa Police Station oc

casionally is called on to handle

strange cases: but one today

seemed to qualify for some klnd-

A dark-haired woman, witn

twe small children In tow, ap

pealed to the desk sergeant this
mornlne to help her find her

husband. A j

Speaking "only Spanish, the

apparently distraught woman.
Hilda Vasouez. said that he had

been fined for speeding last week

but was recently releued from:
jailand had never, shown up

at home.-,. -: - -.
WMvaolict aakad wkat l
nM waa ae that Hmt hI aaaiat
bar, ake tttntffd h4 raaliaa ah
nlf kaw fcta fint aama, auk lie.
' Capt. B. A. Darden, station
commander; then stepped Into

j-c .':.

the case and tried .- to extract

more Information from the

woman.--v ?--rt ,-?Jt

She said she had been living

with her husband, a soldier from
Ft. Kobbe- for the uast- three

months, but had no idea what

outfit he was in or what his last

name was. iT;
; K (hack af aWlice racarir frarn
tha aia aka aai b ha1 baa r r-'
' r-' taated far taaadinf, failaal r ravaal ravaal-,'
,' ravaal-,' bay aaldiar by the aam ( 'rank-
He.'.-- ,. v
Having utilized an the facili facilities
ties facilities at his command. Capt. Dar-

denj looked sympathetically at

the woman and her two young youngsters,
sters, youngsters, and sUnned her a bill "to

buy aomethine; for the kids." -

She left the sUUon stIU be

wildered at her fate, but with a

slight smil of thank.

t Mayor Jose Caiar Escala la

kaid to hav suffered a defeat in

his effort to challenge the vat.

ldlty of a .. conuact : extension

with the .company- which oper

ates the pity's parking meters.

Last night the Municipal

Council failed tb vet an absolute
majority vot In favor of a bill
to hire a private lawyer to chal

lenge the contract extended by
the last Municipal Council.. The
vote was 7 to 5. According to tha
law.rat least eleht "yes" "votes

are required for such a proposal
to-be effective.. ;
The Panama City' mayor also
came under fire today In a let

ter from Paul Gambotti, treas

urer of Abattoir wacionai, b a.,
who accused Cajar Escala of not
dalna- anything to stop meat

from .coming lato.the c)ty from

other areas,, as specineo in, we
contract between the .city. nd
the bttou'.Aw-'vWk .V.-r
Bar ' townera Are reportedly
meeting today to-take a stand
against the increase m price on
native liquet and other products.
Several bars said they hav been
forced to un the prices of drinks

because of a reported ". increase

'.nib

WASHINGTON, Juno 12 (UP)The Uniiret Stattk

today accused tht Soviet Union of waging a campaign of

suDversive inrervenrion m tne troubled Middle East.
This government, in a note delivered tor the Soviet
Ministry of, Foreign Affairs in Moscow, also rejected "as
unnecessary" an earlier Soviet proposal for a Big-four
declaration against using force in the Middle Eastr
The Soviet proposal was made by Moscow in notes
to the United States, Britain and France and dated April
19. 4 V ft

' Diplomats said Britain and

France also have delivered new

notes in Moscow on the Middle

east. These bic- three note were

said to be 'parallel although; pot
identical."

The U.S: note took7 sharp Issue

with a Soviet assertion that'? its

concern 'about Middle East condi

tions ..stemmed from .the close

In wholesale prices.

'rn' i r

trench-Warn.

Moslems,'?"'1

May Retaliate

?? Nighties ;Wefe:t
' ''i',a." '..- J V.V.A..

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HOLLYWOOD. June 12 (UP)

Local police rushed for. the rule
book when: they spotted actress

Lisa Davis welkins on a down

town street wearing a.: oner.

fuzzy, pink nightgown to, publi publicize
cize publicize a movie. ; -

The desk aergeaat found a ci

ty ordinance which forbids
wearing bathing suits on city
streets but not a word about

nightgown. i

proximity-'ef 'the-area to .Soviet
territory.
"It ffllT -tw Mnll "1sk J

that it is just. those countries Jy.
ing closest to the Soviet Union
which have been most vigorously
attacked in the recent Snvi

campaign of threat and intimid, intimid,-tion
tion intimid,-tion aimed at the legitimate ef-'
forts for self defense undertakes
by the nations in question, -the
note said.' v t- v

-."Tublie attack upo" eovera-

ments of these states, together
with subversive intervention in
their domestic affairs, give them
good cause to seek tha strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening of their security, s-
The United State challenged
Moscow to work through the U U-mted
mted U-mted Nations if it "sincerely d.
sires to contribute toward the es
tabUshment of peace and aecurity
m the Aliddle East. Th note
added that Moscow eould Jwork -with
ether nations thmnph il

nited Nations to attack anlnfin.

"of fundamental oroblema in tk

area, imnnf whiitli v. a.t t.

. a u,v Juaaia ;
raeli dispute is outstanding.",

To "Orsn'IFri forVr

"T ,.rw" iTl: v
For Red bijiefca
. -i ": ; -" i-y -. v" -.'
OSW, June I P)-Tbe Nofi .-

wegisn government bis- told the

United States that A'nrwiv

principle" is willing te allow parte
of its Arctic territory to be open-
ed to erisl Inspection by th So

Tm union, re was disclosed todsy.
The Foreign Relations Commit.

tea ei tne aiorung (FarUamentl
as well as the trovernmant imm. r

ea Norwegian psrticipation in a
first-step dissrmsment scheme.

in answer. ta a aurr frnm-rz.

ALGIERS, June U (UP)
French authorities warned today
against the possibility of reprisal
attacks by angered Moslems driv

en to refuge m the hilltop Casban

in a day of terror and rioting, ..
Inflamed' French mobs, rampag rampaged
ed rampaged through the city for hours yes

terday overwhelming security
forces and ignoring paratroopers

sent into the city to keep order.

They kicked and beat Moslems

to death, overturned and burned

20 cars,- burned 10 shops in the

bloodiest French outbreak in the

history of the rebellion., v?
. The office of Minister Resident
Robert Lacoste put the death toll
at one. French woman and .five

Moslems killed and said police an announcements
nouncements announcements of 12 Moslem dead
and li Injured were "in error."
Two hundred Europeans were
jailed during the riots which saw
student! and war veterans roam

ing through the streets or march-j
ing a three-mile-long line te pro

test recent -Arab bomb outrages.

Most of Algiers 250.000 Moslems

fled in terror to the slum dwell- nited Press, the Foreign Ministry
ings known as the Casbah, high jggued th followine statement.-

on a hill overlooking Algiers n ar

bor, and huddled in fright behind

their barred doors. ;

Official sources ssid the French

womsn was lulled wtien an out

raged Moslem drove a truck into

a crowd. Tne driver was snot and

killed by a paratrooper.

;EprceTa

The United States Air Force's
School for Latin America at Al-

brook Air Force Base will grad

uate its .21st clas tomorrow

morning. x -. J ;-

. Two hundred elghty-aix stu student
dent student representing ,18 countries

of Latin America will receive

their diploma front Major Gen

era! Truman H. Landon, Com

mander. Caribbean Air Com

mand.)

crult drowning at Parri island, trom 'each country will be pres-

8.C., last year.

McKeon ha bee here since

Dec. 6. 1958. He was transierreo

from Parna Island wner ne neio
the rank of staff sergeant aa a

drill instructor over a recruit

platoon. '. i

McKeon ha been working as.

an enKlneertae cierk. His uPS

rlor say he ha been doing "very
good work In hi desk Job.
Under usual procedure. It will

be 12 months before McKeon
v-Jl be eligible for corporal

Ke gained his irg slrlpe A
rrtl 1?. b':t it wss ret meale:

ent to congratulate their respec

tive graduates. --
The ceremony to take place In
the Albrook Baa Theater at
a.m., will be attended also by a
traditionally large crowd of mil military,
itary, military, civil dignitarie.
Beside presenting diplomas,
Gen. Landon will speak brief briefly,
ly, briefly, ta Spanish, n the impee-

taee f teebsieal training te

tnadaro air pewer.
Th graduating claw consists
of Bolivians, 25 Colombian 1
Cota Rlcans, If Cuban, 12
Dominicans, 17 Ecuadorian. 14
Guatemala. .21 Hondurans, 20
Mexicans. 25 BTicarruan.s, 13

Panamanians. Farsiutriri. 13 ervirfTrn e

i'PemTiaris. It Un.:r-vts sr.J ?tu- T

47 Vaaesueian; 'Sic wu; (

After the student receive

their diplomat. Lt Cok Frank B

Rinn, commandant of the
school, will present trophies to
the captains of winning team

In the school' Intramural sports

program. :
Teobaldo Rodriguez of Vene

zuela will accept the volleyball
trophy ; Roberto Rodriguez, of

Uruguay, the basketball trophy:

Robert Morales of Venezuela, the

softball trophy; and, Julio San Sanchez
chez Sanchez of Colombia, the soccer

trophy.
6tadet-ef fleer Lt Maneel
Cervaatea ef Mexlre, addrea.
big the atidlenee tn English.'
will apeak far tha todeats le
expressing hi thanks te (he
cheer and t the (.'nited state
Government for the apaarte apaarte-ntty
ntty apaarte-ntty they have bee given t
advaeeiog tbelr teehekai
kaawladf.
, H U also commend th

school aa U st-ucrnt of '. th

different Latin An erican conn conn-trie
trie conn-trie having t j :ve th op opportunity
portunity opportunity to -liTe snd work" to together,
gether, together, a plan -;-h promotes

a better uc-

response in Spanish,

essentially-th same comment

made by Lt. Cervantea.

The atudent body will then
tradlUonaUy sing the "Hymn of
the America accompanied by
th 778th Air Force Band of Al

brook.

repeating. the-job training during

war u, t AJDrooK.

"The Foreisn Ministrv n mJ

uru mat tne Norwegian govern
ment has received an inquiry a
to the Norwegian stand toward a
proposal about a inspection zone
which would include parts ef Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian territory.
. "After having disussed th ease)
with the Foreign Relations Com Committee
mittee Committee of th Storting, th govern government
ment government ha said that in principle it
ia willintf tn mn.i.t. ,m M.k

. -t4 aui-a mm
I arrangement but that it assume

World that it will hav the orportumtv ta

tax siana as to uie details m an

i.1

it i later.

them to study. AU 1-

ar given by bUirrual i

eoramlssioiied ol

Msjor Volght M. Sink, Albrook

chaplain wui deliver the uivoca-

tion,. and Monsignor ram ser ser-nler.
nler. ser-nler. Papal Nuncio to Panama,

will conclude with the benedic

tion. ...;,..-
Reception honoring the grad

uate will be held immediately

followlne the ceremony at the

Albrook Officers and aoncom- highly uaiified pe

missioned officers club. At) Tne majority cf

these receptions, the itodentt are or Latin Amen,
and tru true tors will hav at Uon, AU speak Spa

chance for a final social meeting i and know the cuV..

before departing for their istedent nauve ec ..
borne. j Thanks to the l:

With tomorrow'a Tdutlnt,elved at the ch

exercise compieted, the USAFik weamer-bour. j

School for Latin America will; the UA bh the iir.

hav grduted JJ4& La liaised termlnolory. -American
airmen from its -il'nd landinr lr.?-.r
courses, since-th achool's organ- ry land thc;r :rcr?

jt.i among'lxaven in imt. innwii
. AJr-prva, j Prior to the sch'S estb-;cf wtAfV s--! -9
cf opste'hshnrent-many Latie Amerifan rf t.k A
i iuj4ns'teountrl4 aimaa received ce-ltertl'-ht: 3 1

The orlKinaJ four courses of inspection scheme

the cchoot comprised aircraft um'--
malntenance, armament, propel-1
ler mainteaance, and sheet metal' PT Crffltr r?
maintenance. The currtculum, VH
now includes 18 specialist cours- -.-.'.
e rnglng from Jet Jrcrftin Iffi'tr lirr? f-"l
sneJntenanc to auppiy proce- ,l1 4
dures.
Basic English is taitht aaiJ"'nn'v f -'

peronnel In addition U the spe-i -..--..-.

claBzed technical or sirr.inistra-

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;.T?'"!' MR. WOOD REPLIES
Pleas erant me the space to answer Surprised"--! wotM

4rrf.Hlt.il..
?; -nm we aU Beventh

.wrfWlrt npnniA Co not (five an uuciuis r"" .t
retmn W you triU to. hint in your letter of yesterday
C aS may It please my friends to know that I sat In. th

center section of the churctt
tihe back. I; also wore a dark
w i.

g'W an America young woman and man, who wore
f&ht blue and white sport -shirt, sat on wr te jto my right

"th Mster I sooke aoout sat oesiae i wmw "ict
AiffitiYw book to sing from-one without muidc).v
saw lnlcf.. th phnrnh. I can see you did

Inot take the advice given you in my last 1ttJ"mSm5S
-iyoor boyhood teaching), for again you were very unkind for
Jrw as a non-member I can say anything, but for you as a Chrisv
tUin you should think carefully before speak ng If you an a
" iT-l ii maon toil mp vm r minister cannot an-

memmr-weu-uu j
jawer for himseli? or is it mat
remarks that fine a pleasant
Look mend or menas l may
vtmr worthv minister, out i ao

that no rude person will get to the Glory Land, ana aon i do
alarmed If you and your minister Is not there.
Th fo.f u that I told vou the truth as I saw It, some or

the very members after church walking beside me were angry
v, m and thosp.were some of the very ones who

stood up telling him they were
tell me I have no right to talk
iln the Adventlst church, but my
open to me, I went there only to
Am tnifd man

I have been going to the St. Paul's church for the last two
"years and never yet have I been Insulted as I were that day. ;
J Again I say the minister is out of place and rude, and many
persons outride of the church know this to be true. I saw his
factions and heard his remarks that day so the facta are very
clear to me. Well, Surprised, keep your chin up do not be
Isurprlsed at thisThere is plenty of room in hell for you and
Jyour rude minister. Did your Mom tell you about it? Well go
iback to her teaching.
j James C. Wood, j
-i TS.1 shall not submit myself to Surprised or any one
lse to have what you call a hearing with" your pastor. He may
be tude tor me.' Quite a number of people know me.why nofrask
awninrf. T. miv be nf hln to vou.

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By VICTOR RI8SEU
Atlas ield up' the world. And

the Teamsters are holding up A A-.
. A-. as. if we take tne word 01 the Ar
my Engineers Corps, This modern
Atlas is not the aemteod. but the
Onter-Continental Ballistic Missile-
speed, 15,000 miles an hour; range
5,300 miles; content, economy '.sis
ed ;H-aomD;rf -9 .'--j j.i
This winged terror has been
champing at its electronic -chains
for weeks at the Patrick Air Force
iff Florida, which was- hit' by a
Teamster strike last May 21. The
saga of this IoM of some mture
day of wrath makes you think of
tne futility of the robot's electric
brain agauist a picKet line. 1 1
, ,,, ,,r i j
Set aside, for the moment, the
legitimacy of ,this Strike called
by a local of the Southern Con-'
ference if Team.sters. Fact is
- that the picket line locked Irr not
only the Patrick Air Base, but
the nearby Cape Canaveral mis missile
sile missile launching site, a giant mis missile
sile missile control center and admini administration
stration administration headquarters.
This strike also made earth'
bound the earth satellite and other
secret cadsets of which r" Ju'es
Verne and his rewrite nian, Mike
Todd never dreamed. Irritated
Army, officials said this strike of
some ouu leamos utreaienea to
set back the nation's entire guided
missile program..
One of the men in charge of the
department of futuristic airborne,
pilotless panzar divisions, Col. W.
E. Elder, acting commander of
the test center, snapped:
"Survey of our testing schedule
... clearly indicates that a further
loss of construction man hours ,.;
will seriously halnper our' future
testing operations ...
"These operations will progres progressively
sively progressively fall behind schedule unless
the construction programs are re resumed
sumed resumed immediately. The Corps of
Engineers has informed ua that
their construction schedules here
are of a 'crash nature' and do not
provide for a cushion of any, kind."
fart of mat "crasn nature .was
word from President Eisenhower
himself that he wanted the 'Thing'
lifted off the ground by a dead deadline
line deadline he himself set. Col. Elder got
his own words off his chest on
May 28. But the strikeraii on.
It Is, of course, the Teamsters'
right to picket the contractors
building these bases and installing
the1 cradles for the mass destruc
tion machines. It Is also the Team Team-stersv
stersv Team-stersv Tight to help organiie, as
they did in the west, something
called th TJranium Metal Trades
CounciL On this council sit offi
cials of Local 492 a unit of the
Western Conference of Teamsters.
It is the Tetmsters', right to u
nionize truckers delivering equip equipment
ment equipment for the Army at the scandal scandal-stocked
stocked scandal-stocked Tobyhanna Signal Corps
Depot near Scranton. And it is the
Teamsters' right to demand that
deliverers of materials to all mlli
tary establishments carry a union
card.
, But it ia similarly no oppres oppression
sion oppression of the proletariat for the
people te ask of the Teamo that
union carrying such respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities clean itself tip. And we
have a right to feel that there
Is more of a chance for such an
internet clean up than Khrveh
cnev has of convincing the
Daughters of the American Re
volution te sponsor his next tele television
vision television appearance.'
Fact fs that some of the people
have been ao fascinated by Dave
Beck's infidelity to the workers'
cause that all have overlooked the
record of corruption right on down
through the outfit.
Justice Dept. discloses that the
International president and three
vice presidents of this union are
under various Federal indictments.
One other., already convicted, is
besriiflf for lail. ;
At least 31 other officials have
been convicted von racketeerinc
charge under the Hobbs Act and
the Taft 'Hartley Law since 183.
Nearly fe score of still other offi officials
cials officials are under Indictment in Penn Pennsylvania,'
sylvania,' Pennsylvania,' New York. Chicago and
other big cities. Hundreds are be
ing probed qmeuy. Many mu'ions
of dollars ef Teamster funds have
been mishandled.
Obviously the Teamsters own
internal security Imt-eaiemarded.
Who; then, can blame observers
for' worrying about the nation'!
externa) security where It depends
on the policies of such a unroaT
rKv::.,vi
Ptn:rn3 Aula, 5. A.
Jee4 Fee. e la Oaaa Ave, 45
Box 1813. Pastanta
Tela. 3-3858 3-4784

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Walter Wihchell ln;Mew York

THI HIADLINERS
Savagery slithered out of the
darkness of 18-year-old Ronald
Marrone's mind and pretty
old Ruth Zeitler was brutally mur
dered. Marrone followed a deadly
pattern. The tragedy was preced preceded
ed preceded by the horror of 14-year-old An-'
drew Casey, who killed his mother
and sister.-.. .Several years ago
Fred McManus (another "model"
boy liquidated 5 innocent peop'e
in cold blood. After he was nab nabbed.
bed. nabbed. McManus severely reprimand-
ad reporters for asking impolite
queries and blamed his crimes on
hla mother ''because she always
treated me Jike-a naughty boy."
The Jekyll-Hyde aspect among
murderers -Isv hardly "novels-War
dens havev frequently noted that
killers are pushovers for sentimen sentimental
tal sentimental ballads. Tears streamed down
the cheeks of hardened Murder.
IndV. gunmen when mothers visit
ed them In Jail. t
" The' most crushing penalty in the
Ronald Marrone case witu be in
flicted on his mother and father.
Henceforth they are condemned to
live with a nightmare and never
know a moment of real peace.
Pesi Arnai, In addition to being
a TV star and tycoon. Is quite a
diplomat. Look mag recently re
ported that a youngster burst into
tears wnen sne met Arnax De De-cause
cause De-cause he didn't recognize her aft
er appearing in her parlor every
week. 'Arnax, however, was equal
to the occasion. "Honey," he
soothed, "it s bard for me to see
you sitting out there in the
darir.."
Wall Street la crowded with ex
plorers of the imponderables. The
sharpies who are constantly ont ne
prowl for a sure-thing In a jrame
dominated by uncertainty. There
ia. however, a sincle certainty
The market goes' down as well as
up; And the smartest can be out
foxed. .One upon a time, a man
invested his savings in a mining
proposition and lost every cent
He was destined to become Wall
Street's shrewdest, financier. B
Baruch. - -,
Incidentally, the 88-year-old Ba
ruch once explained the secret of
his longevity: "Life is worth living
as long ss there Is a pretty wom
an to IOOK at." ; .-.
Roberto Rosaelllnl, well-known
JjoA
GIVE

Chroooffl tiers

ptt5

ulysseTnajidin

aa a director, is also a performer.
He seems to be extremely deft at
playing Romeo. How does he ex
cite femme pitapats? What is the

15-year-jeocrot?, .Ingrid Bergman, an

authority on the subject, once ex
plained It:: "I never thought 'I'm
in love.' Nothing like that. I just
felt aa though I had known Rober Roberto
to Roberto for years. He .was easy to talk
te and Interesting te 1 1 a t e n to.
Most of all, he was alive, and he
made me feel alive," ,1
Id Wynn has emerged from the
shadows and life is full of bright
ness,, again. The 70-year-old star
knows the melancholy aspects of
being a has-been. He recently de-
LscjibejJ iti.JH.w8s bewildered, when
no on came xnocrunc on my aoor
after all. those active years. All of
a sudden the big curtain came
down." The curtain rose again, of
course, when Wynn played a dra
matic role in TV's "Requien for
a Heavyweight. it was a searing
experience; however. A f t e r the
first week's rehearsals, almost ev
erybody pleaded with t wynn to
quit. His son, the writers, the di directorall
rectorall directorall begged him to leave the
show rather than face public humi
liation. Nobody seemed to have
faith in Ed Wynn- ex x c e p t Ed
Wynn. ?i f
Professor Groucho, one ef the
20th Century's eminent philoso
phers, demolishes the TV rating
systems irf a .tavepost inter
view. The iwarxmansnip is amus
ing as well as. logical. He argues:
To eater mi no the viewing habite
of 39 million homes, TOO sets ere
monitored, but what a bent the
home owners who occasionally go
out at night. There must be others
who'd rather play poker. Half who
do watch, must be drunk, ether-
wise they wouldn't be velwfng."
Jackie Gleason is a casualty of
the fierce war of Ratings. Alter
snnouneine his surrender, the wea
ry and ailing clown declared that
he doesn't want to work. Even
when he was riding1 high. Gleason
was aware of the pitfaus. tie
moaned at that time: "I can't re relax.
lax. relax. I can't sleep." As failure al
ways hopes for success, the 1 u c-
cess constantly fears failure.
Ironically. Sid Caesar (another
ratings victim) would "rather work
bard. He sayst "I've never learn
ed te relax. One week of no wort
and I've had it."

JixilwiA (Day. 1 3

Him the

ULYSSEi NARDIN

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Jewellers

CantraL

Billy. Graham, according to his
biographer btaniey iiigii, S fre frequently
quently frequently asked: "How do you ex explain
plain explain your success?" Granam re responds:
sponds: responds: "The only explantion I

know is God.''
' "'But why did God choose, you,"
"when 1 get to Heaven." Gra
ham declares, "that's the first
question I'm going to ask Him.
Billy. Graham is the most popu popular
lar popular evangelist: since tfiliy Sunaay,
who is remembered for his death
less counsel:, "Try praising your
wife, even 11 it does frighten her
at .first,"i k .. : ,H;,,
. The greasepaint realm Is full of
strange ironies. Names lighting
ua maraueaa rarely axnarlanca tha
personal happiness they Inspire in
public. Martha Rave, who has
made millions laugh, ha a -known
much private sorrow. She became
a comia aa the, result ef an agonia
Ing experience. .Miss Raye was
a jittle known ballad singer in
Draaaway arow aania yaars a,o.

wn, man., .... i 7 i i.. ney was so mpressed with Dul Dul-to
to Dul-to appear and Sfi IeS' W budg budg-hor
hor budg-hor In a sketch. In the sWt,she et that he agreed to restore five
was required tewalk. downstairsmimon doUars of the slashed
pretending te be drurk. Wh.le perfurjds. Secretary Dulles has
forming the routine that made been vacationing at hia private is is-JF&TTL&i1
JF&TTL&i1 is-JF&TTL&i1 in Lk Ontario. The sesfons

bled, and fell all the way down.
The audience was hysterical with
glee. But It wasn't much fun for
muen tun tor
Martha, In the fall ahe Buffered a
fractured arm.
Sophia' Leren is aware' that her
success can be measured by the
dimensions of her torso. A Naples
dressmaker' recently suet her I
contending she breached a con contract
tract contract in which ahe agreed to wear
only his creations. Miss Loren
called In reporters and set the rec
ord straight: "It wasn't clothes
but no clothes that made people
notice' me in pictures."

The knowledge that success isnt'J"",url,D V'-V Ct'!nui2
ilways permanent goes hand to-fcffL i?c0n' $mt?tor9 bltl

hand with the comforting fact that
failure is frequently temporary.
.Andy Griffith was touring the
Dixie hillbilly circuit when he re
ceived an offer from a New York
nightclub. He was a quick flop
in tne Big city and nastily re retreated
treated retreated to the Land of You AD.
However, during his visit to New
York Griffith became friendly with
an .actor, several months 1 s t e r,
the actor called Griffith and urg
ed him to read a book that was
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WASHTNOTON 'One reason

TV is havine tronhlp wan his Duag-
et is that Senators and Congress
men seldom set in to see mm,
Thev can't even eet him to an
s wer -letters. Every congressman
who wrote a letter to Booseveit or
Truman always received a per
sona reply. Almost all who re
quested appointments with T T u u-man
man u-man got in to see him. He made
it a point to see every Congres
man except Adam Clayton Powell
of, Harlem, Democrat, and Mrs.
Clare Boothe Luce, Republican of
Connecticut. Both had once criti
cized Mrs. Truman,
Not every Congressman got in
to see Roosevelt during the war
years, but they did prior to the
war ; t
One month age eight southern
Senators asked te see Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower regarding what they consi considered
dered considered ', CAB discrimination a
gainst Eastern Airlines. They re
celved a 'reply from Gen. Wilton
Persons, Ike's' deputy assistant'
as' to why they couldn't get an
eppointment. Six weeks a g e,
seven Senators asked te see Ike
regarding Hell's Cayon. They
are: Murray and Mansfield of
Montana; Magnuson end Jack
son ef Washington; Morse end
Neuberger of Oregon Church of
Idaho..
' -'V. 't !":'
After waiting a month; White
House aide Jack Anderson wrote
a long, involved letter explaining
why Ike couldn't see them.
Observed Senator Neuberger:
The President was willing to
take time for conferennes w 1th
Dave Beck last fall, but he hasn't
time to confer with seven Senators
representing a part of the nation
with the greatest natural resourc resources.
es. resources. MERRY-GO-ROUND
Two famous neighbors are
feuding over guided misiles, They
are (ien. Nathan, Twining, n e w
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs,
and Gen. James Gavin, the Army s
1 tissue expert. They are so sore
at each other that they will hard hardly
ly hardly speak. Ironically, they live next
door to each other at Fort Myer,
Virginia, and Gavin's little girls
frequently call on Mrs. Twining ..
. .Gen, Tommy White, new Chief
of Staff of the Air Force,, h a s
been trying for six months to get
a light- bulb for a closet at his
Fort Myerr home. ; However, : the
Army owns and operates Fort
Myer, so General White of the
Air Foroe has to get the new light
bulb from the Army. Apparently
the Army figures it can save on
lheAray budget by keeping Air
Force rbsetarin the dark. .Sec
retary Dulles was so worried about
the
19-muuoh-doilar slash in the
State Department's budaret for aa-
laries and -expenses that he per personally
sonally personally telephoned appropriations
subcommittee -chairman John Roo-
j,cy prooklyn at 8 a.m. R O O-
with Adenauer nearly exhausted
him. He tires much more eaailv
a t 1 . i x.rrrrf
,7T. wl n Z. 7. "oS?
a .ajt.sx-tjiuBta en s
perfecting a new anti-radar fluid
that can be spread on the surface
of the ocean. It will then bounce
rauar rays back and will be used
io coiuuse enemy reconnaissance
pianes. )..:.,?.
CONGRESSMAN VSI TITO
Installment-plan buying of Amer
ican-style electrical .gadgeta s Is
changing the Yugoslavs from
Communists to capitalists, says
tef foe of U.S. policy toward
Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia. -He
has just returned from Tito-land.
Fulton .discovered that the aati aati-Communist
Communist aati-Communist revolt in Hungary had
produced "explosive" results ia
Yugoslavia." .) r:
"It had similar effecta' in .11
the 5 satellites, but particularly in
Yugoslavia. The average Yugos
lav toaay is acared to Uath 4
the Russians."
. Tf Fulton, thlsmeane Yuflo
alavia can never fell back under
Soviet control. Hence for the
first time he ia supoe-rtlng ece ece-iiefiile
iiefiile ece-iiefiile aid te Trre-plua eWfon
iye militery aid.
"The stores ara ftiTI ..u-
refrigerators, stoves, and atutomo-
' i,pm rulton. "All you
want. The wife says to her hue-
being transformed Into a TV play
The actor read it came North, au au-?Uedi?r
?Uedi?r au-?Uedi?r TV role and won
tt. The TV version became the
theatre hit, "No Time for sv
jgeants' and Andy Griffith eon-
querea uroaawsy. And now he is
a cinch to conquer the nation as
the atar of Elia Katan's ellek
Dicker, "A Face in the Crowd."

I band. 'Pay the next Installament.'

ana the husband listens As a re
suit, the Yugoslav people; wont
u me ecuuuuuc uunys weir um
munist leaders want them to.'
, "The leaders are losing supnort
neing iorcea to ao wnat they
don't want to do.
"People are still in jail. But
there's- religious freedom now.
There's a law against interfering
with a church service.,! didn't be believe
lieve believe that until I went to a church
in Osijek, near the Hungarian bor -der.
"I said to myself, 'If I can par participate,
ticipate, participate, though no one k o w 8
me here, anyone can come In,'
Not only did I participate; t- e e-ven
ven e-ven rang the church belli'!- '?.,:
'Fulton was amazed by the, ex extent
tent extent of UJS. influenre,,'' 4
- ;
"They May" Day parade oad, t
real American look, he declared,
"American tanks, American
quipment. There's tremendous A,
rican influence, so much that Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav officials are complaining.
"But among the people, Ameri Americans
cans Americans are the most popular of. all
nationalities."
' 1 Note Because of his past anti-Tito
history, Fulton was de denied
nied denied an official visa. Instead had
to enter aa an ordinary tourist.'
Hia appeerance caused a stir in
Belgrade. Said one ef f I c I a I:
VWe're surprised te see you, of
all people. You; aren't exactly
popular In our government eir
cles, you know." t
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HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
- UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold is trying to ner-
suade Egypt to build : a barbed barbed-wire
wire barbed-wire fence between that- country
and Israel. Israel is willinff t
fence off the border," but the E-
gyptians are againnst it. T h v
claim the 'Jews are encroachera
and wont agree to any kind of
permanent boundary line. This
makes it very difficult te atnn
tfaids ross the border.1 .Domi
nican diplomats have been con contacting
tacting contacting Dominican citizens in this -country
and ordering them to sign
a petition prasing dictator Truji Truji-llo.
llo. Truji-llo. Those 1 who refuse are threat threatened
ened threatened with retaliation against their
families. ., ,,The v signatures are
to be used in a publicity c a m m-paign
paign m-paign to combat t.he mysterious
murders of Prof. Jesus de Gslin Gslin-dez
dez Gslin-dez of Columbia Univeraitv anrl
pUot Gerald Murphy, who flew Ga Ga-undez'
undez' Ga-undez' body out of few -York T
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'WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1957
INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAFElt' ;M, ntft';, v V ,,'''
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CL: :r Andy Williams Cries:
Kids Are Calling TheTunes'

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- '' It CLAYTON CHOIR Mrs.'? Felice Lewis (right),; leads the Fort Clayton Protestant Choir in a special concert commemorat commemorat-'
' commemorat-' tair their first year of activity at the Fort Clayon Chapel reoenly. Members of the choir-are (left to right, front row). Juan
Soto Claude Helsel, Donald Tesdahl, Guillermo Lopez, Anona Kirkland, Catherine Ness,, Ruth Bennett, Bonnie Crowden -and
Susanne Nessy(back row) Bernard Harman, David. Lindsey, Francis Lewis, Carlos Augstroze,. Helen McClung, Mary Elizabeth
' Messner -Vena Bennett and Norlne Sanchez. The choir sang favorite anthems ofthe past year. Additional, selections are
' suns by1 soloists Guillermo Lopez, Juan Soto, Vena Bennett, D onald Tesdahl, Elena Graham and the Chapel Quartet.'
- .... , 'V (U.S. Army Photo)

Quote Unquote

WASHTNfiTnNT Chairman

Rirhard Russell (iMia.x of tne
Senate Armed- Forces Committee
on the Girard case:

'lt is great tragedy that even
' one 'American soldier would have
to be used as' sacrificial lamd
to maintain .the foreign, policy of

uw uniiea Mates. ;

, i NEWARK,' N.J. Former Presi President
dent President Truman on proposed guest
appearances of U.S. and Russian
leaders ou radio and TV facihties
of the two countries:
i
' v "-It would be a waste of time. I
dont believe thev (The Russians)

re sincere They probably would

edit our comments.'

' SAN &UENTIN. Calif.-Convict-

author Caryl Chessman of the Su-

; creme Court decision ordering
hearings to determine :.: whether
. there were inaccuracies in : the
record of his trial: i
;-"You cant be this close to the
gjis chamber for nipe years with without
out without getting a little pessimistic
once in a while."' i v
NEW YORK m-Evangelist Sifly
Graham warning, that God Hay

i choose the u-Mmo as the mstru-

Holy EiicharistV ;
Set For Sunday.
At St Raphael's

' The Church of 'St.' Raphael the

Arch-angel (Old Catholic) will cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate the Holy Eucharist Sunday
at 7:30 a.m. in honor of 'Blessed
Anthony of Padua. After the mass,
there will be the. blessing of lilies
and bread followed by the serv serving
ing serving of breakfast, r ',

Alllmembers are invited to at

tend and to bring along their

friends. The church is located at
53 Francisco Filos Street V i s t a
Hermosa.

ment of global destruction pre

dicted in the JBibie:

"The rain of fire and destruc

tion that befell Sodom' and Gomor Gomorrah
rah Gomorrah sound to me similar to the
effects of modern nuclear wea weapons.
pons. weapons. Ad God rendered Sodom and

Gomorrah into dust.' so might the

hydrogen bomb 'be used to destroy

modern cities."

CHICAGO James P. Warburg.

New York financier and: foreign
affairs analyst, u r g i n g college
graduates -to shape human destiny

by being citizens of the world

'The best insurance gainst was

is increasing Intercourse - among
the world's peoples." f ;

Negro Ministers

File Bus Suils, y
Complain Of Abuse,
ATLANTA,- J'une 12 CUP) Two
Negro ministers complained in

federal bus integration suits to today
day today that they were abused when
they sought to test local bus se

gregation laws by using sections
reserved, for whites.
The suit was filed in the Fed Fed-era!
era! Fed-era! District court' here bv. Thur-

good Marshall, chief counsel of
the National Assn. : for the Ad Advancement,
vancement, Advancement, of Colored Poeople on
behalf of the Revs. Samuel W.
Williams and John T. Porter, s.
In their suit the Negro minis ministers
ters ministers ask that a three-judge tri tribunal
bunal tribunal declare the state and city
bus segregation laws unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional and enjoin the bus com

panies and public officials from

enforcing them.;
Williams charged he and six
other Negroes taxing part in the
integration test by defying .the
segregation laws were tailed and

treated as ''common criminals."

: When he and his companions
took seats in bus sections desigr
nated for whites, he said, the op operator
erator operator refused to budge until all
the white passengers drifted off.

then posted a '"special'' sign 1 on

the bus and rode to the barn.

Porter, charged that in June,
1956. when 1 sst riirprtlv hohmH

a bus operator, white passengers

iuou in tne aisie ratner. tnan take
seats behind him. He said the op operator
erator operator orrierpH him in MAUI ill.

humiliating way. '
Porter also charged that when
he attempted to leave's bus by
the front doory which is reserved
for whites. ,r durine the m

month the, operator, closed the
door on him, trapping ? him half
in and half out:' "'ls- ";j

NEW YORK. 'June 12 f UP)

Anay Williams, a singer who gets

nis own TV show next m o n t h,
seems to have found himself. But
his business pop music seems

to be lost. c ,v'

- "Everybody in this business is

groping -right now," said Williams
who kicks off a 15-minute music

segmnt with j JuneValh on NHC

July 2. The show will replace the

uonatnan winters offering.

ine record Dusiness is run by
grown-ups, but it's the -kids :.'Waj
make ori break a record now.
They're the ones buying all tne
singles, it's gotten to the point
where; the' heads of some record

tompanier are checking with their
kids to find out whether a record
can make it or not."

Williams, who used to chiro on

the Stev Allen "Tonight"' show,
currently cuts for Canence Rec Records,
ords, Records, a firm run by Archie Bley-

Yew may remember Blyer as
one of tM rliatt refugats from
the Arthur Godfrey family.
The- 28 year-old Wi'liams. who

has been singing t professionally

since ne was eignt, never manag managed
ed managed to- dent the juke boxes until re

cently. .However, over the past

J U N E

16th

adian Suryet,", and "BuUenly."
."I don't make ricirdt t

lease myself any moref said Wil

liams.

few months he has hit with "Can-iord every week,"

"You can't do 'that and stay in
business. 1 m ake a record that I

hope will sell." ,

f "Right now, the kids want rock

n rol1. So I eive them rock 'n

roll, f dont dislike it I think

some of it -is good and some ot it

is terrible. I don't say it's the
best music; but I don't think it's
as bad as some adults do.

"Tht thing is, It's thildrtn's

r music. It's a fad."

Williams and Miss Valli prom

ise to give the entire m u steal
spectrum a lair shake when they
unveil their new show-

"Everybody's moaning about

the musio business now,',',, said

Williams,' "but. there are cood

tunes around like 'On The Street

Where You Live' ,. and 'Joey.' Ev

erybody's always asking w h e r e
are the great ones like 'Body And
Sou,' but. they forget the -junk that

was sung back Then. too.

. "As for rock n', roll, it's not all

alike as some think. I, wih it
were Just formula Music. If it

were that simple,' I could make a

million dollars with a new hit rec

Aly Khan fo Wed

M::ncquin 'Beffina';

Ceremony In Ireland
paMis.

1 0,11 playboy A'y Khat was re-

ponea toaay to be heading for a
I marriage with '.ap .old girl
tnned; a French model who calls
inerseifpettina.,

i he newspaper France-Soir 'told
'he stor in these words: ,
CVIt's confirmed. Alv trhatiM

year old. third marriage, marry-

. ) c-
mony in Ireland, aftpr th An.

tyersion of the fianfce to the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem religion."
France Soir did not say who
confirmed the news. j
Aly could not. b

comment, and his secretary said.
r j You know as much about it as

i ao.

Ex-Ziegfeld Star
Peggy Joyce
Hospitalized 8
NEW YOR1T .Time 19 TTP

Peeev Hnnkinu Jnvrr Anrar

of the Ziegfeld Follies and the
Earl Carro'l Vanities, was report reported
ed reported in critical condition today at

Memorial Hospital.,-,., w

The. RA-vear-nlit fnrmoi" mncinl

star entered the hospital June l,
a hospital spokesman said, He de decline;
cline; decline; to disclose the nature nf

her illness.

Miss .Tdvre m srrleil nf ti me.

had been livine in France in re

cent years f

Nevada Hivi. ee .frnm him am Mmi.

24,' 1954, but it was not recogniz

ea in Europe, aiy naa it recogniz-
At In Clttnoxr rtAtirt ffaiiainfi 1 1

.,. iiviay u.int decision oeeame u
Actress Rita Haayworth Won a nal today.

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MR AND MRS. DALE WAITER TAYLOR laeve the Oatun Union Church foUpwliig thel wed-f
dlni B?iday evening. The bride is the former Shirley Anne Keepers, daughter of Mr. and
m?s Hennan H. Keepn and the bridegroom la the wa of Mr. and .Mrs John A. Taylor.
' Both families re from datun. .- ; .y '' :.. .!. )

MINISTER OF FOREIGN' RELATIONS AND MRS. BOYD
WLLL ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF DR. AND MRS. MORA
! The Minister oj Foreign Relatione and M. AquiUno
1 Boyd will entertain this evening at a reception at the Hotel
El Panama in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Jose A. Mora.
' Dr. Mora, SeereUry General of the Organiiation of the
'American Statesr is here on an official visit In connection
' with the 7thPan-American Road Congress which will meet
' here next month. f-.-

SHIRLEY Keprt and Dele Taylor'

t A wedding of interest or resi residents
dents residents on both sides of the Isth

mus took place at seven o'clock,
Friday, evening, in a candlelight
ceremony at the Gatun Union
Church, when Miss Shirley Anne

,: the name that

(nMe most in gifts for merit:

Keepers, daughter oof -Mr. and

Mrs. Herman H. Keepers of Gat Gatun,
un, Gatun, became the bride of Dale Wal Walter
ter Walter Taylor of Rodman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John A. Taylor of Gat Gatun.
un. Gatun. The Reverend Ray M. Balke Balke-ly
ly Balke-ly officiated, at the double,- ring
ceremony.ij,,,; .. .y
. Wedding vows were exchanged

: JUNE I
. : 16th ;

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWERECNE

- VTRANQUILIZING drugs are

not the answer to the urgent prob

lem of mental illness," ',

That's what I was told the oth other
er other dav by Dr. George. S. Steven

son. national consultant to -the

National Association for Mental

Health. "Even in our mental hos-

Ditals. the sreat majority of pa-

tjents are maccessiDie to mem. -Claims
of macic cure in these

drugs make the association's' real

istic battle against mental illness

doubly difficult.. It's now making

its 1957 appeal tor support.

If .tranquilizers don't cure men

tal illness, are they useful in re reducing
ducing reducing our normal anxieties and
depressions?. V-tf'-4 ;;V
For our answer let's consider the
TV : star who "tranquihzes" ; his
intense anxiety whenever he has
to confront his audience s
WHAT happens when he reduc reduced
ed reduced it? Obviously he also- reduces
his chances of rebelling; against it.
By sparing himself the acute pain
of his pre-performance tension, he
also spares himself the possible

discovery -of what may be caus causing
ing causing the tensionhis grandiose idea
of himself as a person who can
control other; people's response to.

mm.
So his real problemthe conflict
between what he demands of him himself
self himself and what he can actually do
continues to persecute him. 4

rHe continues to "tranquilizer the
aeony it causes him, escaping

from the very ordeal that might
force him to reject his fantastic
demands on himself and think,

"I've had enough of this. I really
can't spend my life going crazy

lest 10 million American prefer an

other comedian to me. And I want
n$ more of the life values that

tell me I have to.V

,-lt his tranquilizer useful to

him? :

- ANXIETY and depression are

what we feel when brought face to

face with limitations ot our nu-

man' powers; We're involved, with

a boss wno won t : tnina were

wonderful; with a child planning

marriage we don t approve; wun

a beloved person approacning

death. If by drugs we evade our
full exDerience of anxiety and de

pression, we lose the very suffer
ing we need to let go-and accept

reaUstic hmitauons on our numan

powers.

I'sycnoiogicauy, writes psy

choanalyst Hollo M a y, "anxiety

and depression are nature s way

of telling a person that ne oas an
underlying problem which requires

effort toward correction."

TTsuallv thn "underlvinff n r o b-

lem is our idea otourseives : as
omnipotent people, Without anxie anxiety
ty anxiety and. depression to destroy it,

we remain children crying for toe

moon, -'

before an altar decorated withl

baskets of white calia lilies, white

star jasmine, greenery and light

ed tapers in standing candelabra.

White roses were' tiea to the pews

with satin bows and streamers.

Mis Grace Argo was organist

and presented a program oi pre

nuptial organ music while the
guests were asembling and ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mrs. Spender B. Smith

irno sang t ri liove- you irui y"

and iJecause" preceding tne en

trance of the bridal pany. The
"Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin

was played for the processional
and Mendelssohn's "Wedding

March" was used for the reces recessional
sional recessional music. .v,

The lovely bride, escorted and

given in marriage by her father,

wore a -wain ienctn sown -j of

White Chantilly lace over bridal

satin. The bodice, fashioned with

an Empire waistline, had an unu unusual
sual unusual midriff outlined with tiny

folds of satin terminating in a
back bow. a- sabrina neckline en-

hancea with scalloped lace and

long, fitted sleeves which extended

mto tapering bride s point .over

the wrist. Scalloped lace accented
the hemline of the bouffant skirt.

P,. pearl, crown held her finger-tip
eeil of imported' illusion. She" ear

vied a white Rainbow Bible which

was covered "with a shower ar

rangement of white roses wit h

white satin streamers tied with
rosebuds and lover's knots.

Mrs. Wm. H. Egger. the bride's

aunt, was matron of honor . and

her only attendant. She wore a
ballerina length dress of ice blue

nylon fashioned with a fitted bo

dice and snort Jacxet. wmte lace
flowers and' scroll were appliqued

on the. circular, skirt and on the

jacket. She carried a nosegay of
shaded pink rosebuds..

Mr. Aonert c. uaniei oi maoio

Heights was best man for Mr.

Taylor. The ushers were Mr. Harr

ry Keepers, brother of tne bride,

and Mr. Richard JU Pennington.
4 Following the ceremony a recep reception
tion reception was held in xbe church par

lors. White star- jasmine, coffee

roses, and greenery were etteo.
tively used in the general decora

tions. The bride's table, covered

with ad Army and Navy cloth:
was centered with a three-tiered
cake decorated with white roses
and topped with a miniature bride
and groom under an arch of or orange
ange orange blossoms. The cake, encir encircled
cled encircled with blue hydrangeas and cof cof-fey
fey cof-fey roses,' was flanked by lighted
tapers in crystal holders.
The background for the bride

and groom as they received the
guests was a large heart of cof-

tee roses embedded in a bed of

fern. v "" ? -.-
Mrs. Keepers, the bride's moth

er, received the'guests in a dress

of powder blue lace ana a matcn
ing Juliet hat, accented i.with ir
ridescent sequins.' She wore a cor corsage
sage corsage of yellow rosebuds.' !i-

r Mrtj 5Taylor, ,m p t h e r of the
groom; chose for the- occasion an
ash rose lace dress with .which

she used harmonizing accessories

and a pink rosebud corsage.
The bride's maternal grandmoth

er, Mrs. Wm. Keepers of Diablo
Heights,' chose a dress of cotillion

blue nylon. Her flowers were, a

corsage of shadedpink rosebuds
The bride's -maternal g r a n d

mother. Mrs. Paul R. Furr, wore

a black nylon dress with white ac

cessories and a corsage ot wnne

rosebuds. ., .,

r Mrs. Wm.; A. Hadarits served

the cake after the bride and

groom had cut the first slice. Mrs.

F. H. Smith, Jr. and Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Rowley alternated at the

punch bowl. Mrs. Clinton N. Ho-

hannon, aunt of the bride, was in
charge of the bride's book.
'later in the evening the young
couple left for a honeymoon on the

Pacific Side at tne 1 Panama Ho Hotel
tel Hotel and ipon 'theia returnuWill
mike tfieif home aft ijuaitert 8547,
Apt. D, i en Seaforth Street in Co Co-eoli.
eoli. Co-eoli. For her going "outfit s M r s.
Taylor chose-a black and white
ensemble with 'white accessories

and a corsage of white rosebuds.

Mrs. Taylor, who was born in
Colon Hospital, attended'tfae Canal
Zone schools and was graduated
from the Cristobal High School in

June, 1956 and last year attended

the Canal Zone Junior College.
Mr. Taylor was born in Port

land. Oregon and received his ed

ucation in tne umai zone scnoois

He is presently serving in the U.

S. Navy and is' attached to the

U.S.S. Paiute, based at Rodman.
Mis' Julia Nlehels s f
Here For Summer 1 ;

Miss Julia Nichols arrived by

plane yesterday afternoon from
Chattanooga, Tennessee to spend
the summer with her uncle and
aunt Dr. and Mrs. William T. Bai Bailey
ley Bailey of Ancon.;
Mr. And Mrs. Homberg
Have Heuseguett
, Miss Enid Holmes from Worces

ter, Mass., arrived Monday night

to spend the summer with Mr;

and Mrs. Frederick W. Holmberg

at their home in Los Rios.
Miss Holmberg. who is Mr,

Holm here's niece is the Elemen-

ftary Art Supervisor of Sturbridge,

Mass. j it-it';
(CONTINUED ON PAGE B) :

Each notice for incluiien in this
column should be ubmlMd W
typ-writii form and mailod ee
tho box numbor lirtod daily in "So "Social
cial "Social and Othorwits," er delivered
bv hand to tho office. Notices of
meotinoi cannot be accepted kt
tolophono.
The San Antonio de Padua

Credit Union study' group .will
meet tonight at the French So

ciety hall on O street, visitors

and prospective members

Invited to attend.

eepA

2-Cjtrl Je

earn

U5U

Cristobal Rainbow

Girls Meet r
Tomorrow v

Cristobal Asembly No. 2. Order

of the Rainbow for Girls will

hold their tost meeting of the

new term' tomorrow evening, at

oclock. in -the ; Cristobal Maso-

nie t Templei Miss Lynda s Geyer,

newly -installed Worthy Aavisor.

will preside at the format meeting

which will include business .and

initiation.. ,

NEW YORK. June 12 fUP)

uouiesj wnicn make the woman

also help make the television com

mercial. k

Just ask a feminine team of

fashion experts. who dress hund

reds of models selling everything

from nan rmtes to refrigerators

via tne nome screen.

The clothes help create the

mrwl tna SArrintf fnf tho .nm.i

. rnorrim nuiri thn tPam nf MutwI1-

uray. but they must never steal
the show from the product.

"Television is acquiring a real

fashion sense," the two added,

"Here is wnere tne women can

be taught, as well as sold." The

two believe today's TV salesgirl

is better dressed than a few years

All Eastern Stars, and Master

Masons are most cordially" invited

to attend. Kefresoment wm be

served in the banquet hall follow

ing the meeting.

Gon. 'Goo. Geothals ,.
Post 3835 VFW

Meets Prhiiy

The next r'esular business met.

ing of the Gen. Georee w. Goe-

thals Post No; 3835, Veterans of

D oreign Wars of the U.S. will be

held at the Post Home in Cocoli

at 7:30 p.m., Friday.

All members are reauesteri to

attend. ...

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Great AHiite Fleet

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; .' Arrive i i-:
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. ., .Jane IS

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.............June tS

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.July 13

Also Bandllnr Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service
SAN JOSE
FHA BERIANGA"
COMATAGCA- ..

" Arrivat
'Cristobal

a, e e

.'..... June 17
.1.... 4.

...'..,.t .,...Jlf,l

Weekly saiGnjts of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Anzeles, Saa Francisco
and Seattle..' :
' triciAL aouxD raip rASsocnt r akes raoai
OUSTOBAL ANDOB BALBOAt :
Te Kew Terk and Return S24IJI
v Te Lee Anreles and Saa rraBclsee and
... tUtaraiar tiwm Lea Angeles fTfl.M
Te SoatUe and Retmra Ut&

telet:
CR'3TCAL 2121

Salvalioii Arniy

Leaders Due For

Weekend Congress

Col. and Mrst John' s.' Stannard

who until recently held Important
administrative positions in the

Paris headquarters, are slated to
arrive tomorrow afternoon Hrom
territorial headquarters at "King "Kingston.
ston. "Kingston. Jamaica, to conduct the An

nual Congress of the local Salva Salvation
tion Salvation -Army this weekend with the

first of many public engagements

to lase place inday eveninc at

7 o'clock in the Esleyman Metho-

aist tnucn in Panama City fy. J,

Arnold HUIogdson.of the.Y'M.-

Chest,1

ago. The industry nas lutea the
level of taste along with the neck neckline.'
line.' neckline.' ,., .' -:.

VModesty now prevails," said

the two '.'Today's typical actress actress-model,
model, actress-model, on TV is fresh-faced, well-

groomed," natural looking... some

one, the woman at nome, wno

does the buying, can. identify her

self with." ,-'- j --

Maxwell Grav is a 3-vear-old

firm comp6sed of Muriel Maxwell,
fprmer model, former buyer,, for

mer fashion magazine editor, ana

Jane Gray,' former secretary, f for

mer buyer r and former lasnion

magazine executive. They make

breezy-talking, hard-working com combination.
bination. combination.

. "We started this business be
cause I broke a log," said Miss
Maxwell. "Jano i end i had
known each ether; from eur
Vogue days. One day, while I
was nursing plaster cart, she
dropped ever te seo me. We got
te talking about starting our
wn business. Next day, Jane
rented an office and had. sta sta-tionorv
tionorv sta-tionorv Drlntod."

The -two call themselves free

lance fashion consultants and the

outfittine of the Birl in the TV

commercial, is just part of t their

operation. ?' ,.-' ,

vwe u taKe on just aoout- any
lob. if there's -a fee." said Miss

Gray; They plan-fashion advertis

ing, lasnion snows, write Deauiy

brochures, and even design, ineir

sxeicn ior-a summer unuorni xur
feminine personnel of the "Navy

is one oi two oesigns tne top orss

in Washington M. considering aa aa-opting.,
opting., aa-opting., (t- .iuivlrtn

'But their 'best fees are" in TV

commercials. The partnership gets
'anywhere from $350 to $1,200 for

each assignment. 'They dont even

nine up the model the advertising

-"We 'bet borrow and sometimes

buy the clothes."4 said Miss Max

rweH.: Actually the pair- has num-

t IK I n It I

erous resources in New .York's
garment industry, and when
clothes are borrowed, it : usually
means a plug for the designer., :
What Maxwell-Gray says doesn't
always go in a commercial. "We
hist suggest to the producer, who

has the final ssy,', explained
Jane. "On second tnought, it's the
sponsor wbo really has the last

word. t l , ;
' "Not too long ago we were hav

ing hat trouble because or one
soonsor. We'd lined up 42 hats

from every top designer in New

York. He didn't lute any or -em.
Know what the model finally
wore? A little $3.98 number we

picked off a hat bar."

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service. r k

C.A. and the Community

Dr.-X.; Fiske representing the

churches, and Ellis L. Fawcett.

principal of Paraiso .High School,
are slated to take part in the
interesting program ,to which the

public is cordially invited.

Chaplain Lt. Col, Roy A.' Morden
of the U.S. Army, as well as Maj.
C. Moonsawmy, John A. Sundberg

ana Kev. timer u. JMiison are ai

so on the program.; Special mu

sic by the Salvation Army song

sters band is to be rendered to
highlight the -visit of these inter

national Salvation Army leaders

for the first time. 1

An informal luncheon for '" the

students of School for the Blind Fri

day at their weekly classes in the

Masonic Temple located on 13th

Street in Panama City will ini-

ciate a heavy tive-day scneduie
of meetings on both sides1 of the

Isthmus this weekend.

Weik-End Athletes: his It

Prevent
y HEAT

'Clinical teste with

. leadiag itklitio

Meutna Powder prevenu mny minor
skinirriutiou. Medicated. abtortMOL,'
dins doe to akin for her protec protection!
tion! protection! Fed comfort bit avoa in hotted
woalhor. Cot Menana todayl
MEXSANA
Mi QIC A TIP PO WD It.

t V It

T'i'C 11""
Alfred Clarke, ;
lianneniie
Esquire Conlesl,:;
, Singer 'Alfred Clarke and A I

quartet known as The Harmonic
ers wee. winners in the Cafe Es

quire Ulent i quest nnais .in $

Clarke's selection wis "I'm in

the Mood for Love" and he re received
ceived received S3 points out of a possible
100 under the criteria of showman showman-shin,
shin, showman-shin, diction, poise, presentation

and delivery. His closest rival
was Leonard- Anderson- who. re

ceived 90 points. ; : t

In tho group category, competi competition
tion competition also was keen. The Harmo-

nizers, -newcomers to the rock
'n' roll fie'd, emerged victorious
over .five other aggregations. The

Whirls from Fort Kobbe came in
a close second. ' '
Both Clarke and The Harmo-

nizers will appear on the Circulo

Cuatro show next Monday nigni.

v..

NORTH 0)
Q163L,,,'
' a. a a a

. i v

WEST .-"
v
VQ9S043
! ,c
J0753 ..

AQ2

yJEAST

f dkKJIB
t, VA10S3

, t SOUTH

.. QJ10742

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' Both sides vulnerable
North East '' Sooth Weat
1 N.T. Double Bedbl., 2
Pass Pas 1 3 -Pass
, Psa,'"- Zm,-'J Pass
4 Pass, 5
Pass Pasa j'- i
' Opening lead 8 ;;svV

THE weak takeout double work
occasionaUy as doea any ; :other

bad bid. Sometimes it gets ; you

mto a! weracBuuua wv.' v
double avoided the sledge hanrv
m.r hut lMated sU the key csrds

so that Walter Malowan of New
York was able to : bring, hbmt

v.ma and Yllhher.'' r- '

"7 ", TT7- 3. ,r .VS.!,.

WMt aeiected Ms best opening

lead, the singleton- trump. r Mr

Malowan j :jt ngaj uy,
dummy's ace- -played three
rounds t of clubjand discarded, j
hi. lnsincr heart on the third club.

His next play was th throw Jlsst,

in with the King or irumpaM".
East led his ace of hearts.. D-

clearer trumped, entered dummy;
with the- nine of trumps discard-,

ed a spade on the king ox neans,
trumped the, last. club and Jed, a;
low spade toward, dummy. ,J
West false carded ; with,, the.
nine but it did him no good.! The
. .t....J tffrv Htimmtf inflj

East won with the jack. ;,
East promptly4,Ied back .the'
seven of spades. He reauzed that
a heart lead would give declared
a chance to ruff ja one hand and
discard from the other and hpe hpe-ed
ed hpe-ed that South would go up with
the ace of spades. No such luck
ensued. Mr. Malowan had decided
to play East for both kings from J
the very start and let the spader
go around to dummys queen.
Tho really interesting feature of.

thia hand is that the contract aa
unbeatable on any opening lead

as long as East's had taneeui

double -had located the ace of
hearts and both kings. -You read-'.

ers may figure put variation if
you wish. v,-". : v '. i 1

;. ; ., ... .n
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INEirEXDENTJ DAILT NEWSPAPER
page r:.i
T
Social anci Otk
erwide
COMING
DQEXB
nuta
THE

WEDNESDAT, JUNE 12, 1957

r rtj?'

Kobba Wives
Give Picnic '
Far 47 Rave

- Two hundred aiiid fifty lot dogs,
v twn case of beans. "forty Ballon

of Kool-aid. uotato ships, twelve

dozen cup cakes, plus hours of
;J swimmine and ame all added

vup to a most memorable day in
' the lives of the 47 boys from the

Justo Arosemena vocational insi
tut whn attended the all day pic

fc in their honor Saturday at

' Kobbee each given by their spon

sors,; the Ft. Kobbe umc.ers
. Wives' Pliih

.'.Under the" expert-leadership, of
'Mrs. C. X. Jackson, Chairman of

the Welfare Committee, tne iot
lowing assisted as hostesses for
tthe day; Mesdames Otto E. Feier-
lain, President of the Wives Club,
V, Edward Mack, H- B. Lascola, Har-
n V Plarlr TTnivaril

; Giebel, George E. Thunhofld, Mize
"Johnson, Miguel Nieves, Jr, Sam Sam-Jf
Jf Sam-Jf vel H. Smith, 'Charles E. Storrs
and W A Glenn. All agreed it was

' a most wortnwnue and rewarding

i dayi r'

j Immediately (titer .their; arrival
i -at the' beach by -Army busses,
the boys changed into their swim

' trunks and headed for the water.

which they thoroughly enjoyed for

tne. -remainder of the morning.
After the well-DlanneJ and tastv

luncheon was served at noon by

. ine Hostesses, tne afternoon con

; sisted of mprc swimming and

games expertly worked out in ev

ery detail by Mrs. Edward Mack

,,. and Mrs. H. B. Lascola, Interpret Interpreting
ing Interpreting and supervising of the games
were ably taken over by Mr. Wil William
liam William K. Keller, Major Roberto
Peralta and Lt. Miguel Nieves,
Jr. Prizes for winners of the va

rious games caused much excite

; usui. uu i-uuciuuea uie most un

wgename day at the beach.

;lwo very interested guests at

tne patty were Mrs.-. Georgina
, d Young. Point Four Renraxanta.

tive foe Social Servioes, and Miss
Daphne Majorga, Social Welfare

Advisor lor the boys' home.v

Stave Madura
Heme For ..,
Vacation -" 1
Steve Maduro arrTved from Law Law-.
. Law-. renceville today to soend tha aim.

mer-vacation with his parents Mr,

ana air, jr eiiz Maauro.
S."il'' ; j -.
peerge Evans,,,
Uavesef
Vacation ""

I .Geerge Evansson' of Mr and

rs. vamei Jackson Evans,. Jias
been spending the last two weeks
with his aunt and uncle; Mr.' and
Mrs. Wirth Evans, of PrairieviUe,
Leuisiafca, and hie grandmother,
Mrs. Lena" Evans. He wiUJ. spend

ui auinufn-'Tiiiuna in Louisiana. ;

Unel feature,"' f'i J
In WerM'a treat ' v

Religion-" ? '

' The sixth and final lecture la

It seriee en "The World's Great

Religions'' win be hold on Thurs

day, at 7:10 in the Balboa Y.M

A.-U,SO.
, The speaker, Reverend Walker
M. Alderton will lecture on
"Christianity" and will provide a
broad look at the world's largest
religion, its; present day accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments and. problems. ?
Eighty live colored shdes,' de
ptcting the art and h 1 s t o r y of
Christianity, will also be shown.
.This lecture ,1s free and open to
the public,, )'

Paclfie Navy. Wives
Will M4i
liwtallatien Dinner'

.Paeific Wavy Wives Club will
fcold their installation 'dinner : at
the N.C.O, Club at Ft. Kobbe at

JS

7 n.m. June 17. Chaplain John C.I

Hollingsworth will install the new
officers who are: Dot Drew,
president; Mary Holland, v 1 e e-

Dresident. Carol Kahl. correspond

ing secretary; Betty Schinable,
recording secretary; Connie Bunk,
narlimentarian and Mary Lou

White, treasurer.

' Members wishing to make res reservation
ervation reservation may do so by calling JMa-

vy zjb. jt
Batea Decorating : '"
Class At USO-JW1

' A new class in the art of batea

decorating will begin tomorrow at I

7:30 p.m. at the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center iq Bal

boa, C Z.

This class is under the direc

tion of Mr, Arthur Mokray, who
is a civilian employe of the Signal

corps, United States Army Carib

bean. Mr. Mokray has been a vol-1

unteer instructor In this art for

the past four years.

" Those interested in taking this

course are asked to register per

sonally in order to receive the!

list of material required for par

Z4M kcn Fanama Uty
l: 1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones:' J-30G8 Panam ..,
' 5 1061 Colon ( ,
: : PRESENTS' :

TodayVwednesdafr June IX v
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
, quests taken, by phone

tin s:oo) ', ;
a-snNew 1

6 :35- What's Your F a t o r i

- (cont'd) i f
6:00 Interlude v
i tarv 4 WAUL)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW IPabst Beer)
8:30 Interlude -
7:00 Guilty Party S
7:30 Musicland USA
8:00 Proudly We Hail '
8:30 Musical Theater 1
B: oo You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phon

till 7:30)

ticipation in the class. There will! 10:30 Cavalcade Of America

1 11:00 Jazz Till Midnight;

112:00 Sign Off.

be, no fee for instruction.

Cunardsf 'SylveniV

Due In Canada

On Maiden Voyage

Th iCunarJUne'r new 22.000

ton liner Sylvania; bow1 en" route

maiden voyage to Quebetf and Sacred Heart

Montreal is aeheAnled Uf arrive 8:30 AS 1 see At

at those ports today, 4 completing 10:00 News

Tomorroww, Thursday; June U

;00 Sign On Alarm Clock
" Club (requests taken

'by phone tm t.w
7:sn Mornlnir Salon Concert

8:15--Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical jRevelue

9:00 News

GOOD SUGGESTION ,t- 6p3 'Virgil M. Hanks (center) ; was awarded a, Suggestion v Award;

Certificate by Lt Col.. Dan E Robertson USA RCARD3 Finance Officer,' or his approved ug t
gestion which will help to save' the Finance oi flee, time and money, Looking -on as Hanks
and the colonel talk ever his suggestion Is Hank's wife Patricia. ' -" (U.S. Army Photo)

Mr. K Lauds Finns'
Fighting Qualifies,
Then Has Boat Ride

VAAKSY.' Finland,' Jtine. VI

the' crossing in six days: v 10;0'-Splns ana Neeaies .(re-soviet commurns "ZZZJZi

The Jasl f four new luir bul t , lv auesw vk.cb, oy BmiV'.ft'U"'" -r-

especiallv for Cunard's Canadian '- till 8:30; L vluli

service, the Svlvania'i entrv into 111! 00 News r

service completes the company's lll:05S pin a An a. jseaiw

90,000-ton building program for v (cont'd) 5 ?. :t i

tneanaaian passenger ana cargo ll:30 Meet The Enceriamer

trade. . 12:00 Newa t v. ... -tl

P.M.r

Already operating between 'Eu- n-nsTiinchttm Malodlea

rope ana canaaa are uie ayiva-M3:30-Sweet And Hot V
ma s sisterships Saxonia,- Ivermal i -oo News ' '7

ua vwiui'iruuii 1:15 Music oi Mannauan

"jT' 'iaWBM Of The pioneer

f? !5SS"u J:00-Tex Beneke' Show

l.. i a:i reoay iviurnu ouuw

iia. ..ua.it,p.wUi, ..ftMnh-TH n d i n e-.In.Th.

in iwn riasan ia4 in tirar eiaMP"""" ... m

.mi in i. Ai.t .i-''t.'.!'-Mar8h-.i-'.tr.f tiii'

Har amrinna air-rnnHitinnad mJhl 8:00 Hank SnOW 'l And Hl

lie rnami inrlnria.a halntnian fhaa- Rainbow Ranch Boys

tre, : a a umber, of, comfortable i:i-ammy Kay snow ;
loungesUaataurants;: a childranU 3:30 Muslo Fo Thursday

playroom, and well fitted

ry.,

d well fitted nurse

The Sylvanlb Is 608 feet long.

measures 80 feet in .breadth and

is fitted with J)enny-Brown stabil stabilizer
izer stabilizer fins to reduce rolling. In addi

tion, space is. available for 290,-

000 cubic feet of general cargo
plus 12,300 cubic feet of insulated

space, for perishable goods.
In conjunction with the Carln-

thia, the Sylvania has been sched

uled to sail regularly from Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal while

the Saxonia and Ivernia will

maintain service betwwen South

ampton. Havre. Quebec and Mon

treal.

This means that the four Cunar-

4:00-t-Feature Hetiew'.

4:30 What's Tour Favorite Ire.

: oiieata taken hv nhonr

-

tui 3:00)

10-Newa 14 'J

8:35 What's Tour T r 1 1

(cont'd)

8:00 Interlude

0:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabat Beer)

6:30-Interlude' ,v
7:00-C4oon show '; ...

7:30 VOA Report from VM.

8: 00 Elizabethan Theater

8:30 Take It From Here

8:00 You Asked Fort It (re

quests taken by phonf

UU 7:30)-

10:30 Muslo From Hotel El pan-1

am .. '. . r

tara will nrnvida an twin nf 10:45 TemDle Of Dreams

six sailings-a month from Cana- 11:00 Concert Under The Stari

da to Great Britain and the Con- 12:00 Sign Off.

tinent. I

In the wintertime, when the St. I

Lawerence River is closed, to na navigation,
vigation, navigation, the ships -s operate be

tween .New York and urope.

i atinA carsies you smoothly

IKIU.TH! ISOHIHO HOUXI

' J J tUf 119 Inning

y 1

I t'DRESSES

1-
1-1

DRESSES I

AT BARGAIN PRICES

the popular success of his tour by

his high praise of the fighting qua qualities
lities qualities of Finnish soldiers, went for
a boat- ride 'today with Soviet
Premier, Nikolai" Bulganin. :
.The- Russian "visitors stayed'up
until the wee hours of the morn morning
ing morning to celebrate Bulganin'a 62nd
birthday They drove here from
Lahti by 'automobile and were a
half-hour behind schedule in start starting
ing starting off on the four-hour boat ride.
' Khrushchev lauded Finland's

fighting men In Lahti Monday., :

The Jf inna are firienuiy,
Khrushchev teld rdWd of about
20,000. "Iflut when it comes to
fighting,? they,' fight very well. We
have experienced that ourselyes."

1 -Correspondenu Deuevea- B : w
fii rt tima a Soviet. leader had

spoken Openly an -veais f Finaiah
soldiers who won- Russian -respect

for their fishtlng ia two Diner

wars over a five-year-perioa. ?

The crowds cheered.- and Mayor

Paul Mustakallio indicated the re

mark had (truck noma.

"In the few days that you nave

spent in our.' country- he said,

"you have won a firm place in

the hearts-of the Finns. I ant bold
enoueh to bone we too 'can win a

firm -place in the hearts of your

people.' -,
'We feel for the Soviet people

and leaders only? friendly feelings
and good wilL ... -.

Lahti Is about 80 per-sent -com

munist, which could explain some
of the Russian popularity. But the
remark' about Finnish fighting

qualities apparently made the big

gest impression, v -v v t

,' '.CARIBBEAN f
A&AF EXCHANGE 1 I
V SERVICE
USED EQUIPMENT SAl
i 1 r ji
Sulrd bids, for public -opentnf, wIU
be received by th Qentral Kxcbingc
Officar, Ft Claytonr C.Z., for vri vri-aui
aui vri-aui item of used equipment, in including
cluding including but, not limited to-,. Sun 6V
Automotive Teiting Equipment, 9
KW PorUble Generator, Grille, E E-lectrlc
lectrlc E-lectrlc Renge, Coffee Um, Soda
and Ice Cream Fountain!,. Check
Writer, Juice Bart, Ice Cream Free,
en. Lathe, Planer, Deaka, 4 Cylinder
Xnginea, etc,
- Itema may be Inspected1 in Bld"g.
No. '135, Ft Clayton, .adjacent to- the
Ft.- Clayton Garage, from 12 JO to
3:30 p.m. an 19, 20, 11 June, and
from S:09 t 11:00 a.m. on 21 June.
1SST. "i ,.-
Invltatlorn and propoaall, con containing
taining containing Information on the condi condition'
tion' condition' of Mle, may be obtained dur-

ing tne anove noun at Bidg. no

id.

Ftl Clayton,

Sealed bldr will be ouWtclv

d at 1:00 p m. Monday. U June,' at

mag. MO. 13S. Trie Exchange -Ser

vice reaerve the right to reject any
and aU bldi. t.
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"WASHINGTON, June 12 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Army announced today it has

plugged an important gap in pres
' nt air defenses by developing a

imw-musila svstem for use a-

; gainst low flying attackers.
Heart of the new system is a
IMoot' missil dubbed the Hawk
which will carry a lethal warhead
capable of destroying attacking
' plinei at even the lowest altitudes.
1 The army said existing missiles
have proved ineffective against
low-flying planes because their
radar system become "confused"
by; ground-level objects such --as
terrain and buildings, .. f .
This presented a danger that
an aggressor might touch off art
attack by sending In its bomb-,
rs at virtually tree-top level
nd thereby evade existing mis mis-tile
tile mis-tile antl-atrcraft defenses.
The new missile system will
supplement the army's Nik in installations,
stallations, installations, which already are
, guarding tHo nation's majorities
and industrial areas against high high-Hying
Hying high-Hying air attack. w
The Army said it already, has
: taken steps to acquire sites for
the new, Hawk system: in. the New
York and Washington Baltimore
areas. Each Hawk battery will re require
quire require about 40 acres.
The announcement said the mis mis-tiles
tiles mis-tiles themselves will be stored un underground
derground underground in the interests of both
tafety and economy.
iThis will reduce the amount of
land needed for such installations.

Carolina Town
Taking Powder;
Gause Plumbing
tlLLINOTON, N;C., 'june 'l2 -fUP)
Liliington pop.' 1,061 Is ex expected
pected expected to become almost a chost
town this weekend as the cit'zras
take a mass vacation, but not be because
cause because they want one.
From I a.m. Saturday until
12:30 a.m. Monday, the town will
have no drinkable water. The per-,
lod will be nsed to flusfc and ster sterilize
ilize sterilize water lines which have rust rusted
ed rusted through many years of use.
' The water tupply will not be
rut off, but it will rot be fit td
drink. Those residents .who are
not leaving, for the weekend
scoured the area -for bottles to
hold weekend aupplies. ;

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Air Defense
The Army declined on security
grounds to go into details on the
Hawk's "low-altitude capability"
as contrasted with the Nike and
the new Nike-Hercules missiles;
But it said the missile's track track-ing
ing track-ing system was "unusually Suc Successful
cessful Successful in hunting down and de destroying
stroying destroying the attacker."
It added that the missile em
ploys "radars of unique design
which are highly effective in de detecting
tecting detecting and tracking the low fliers
planes in the blind zone of con conventional
ventional conventional radar."
CAB To (rack Down
On 'llo-Shov Air
Traveler! In Fall
WASHINGTON. June 12 (DP W
Starting Sept-15, the government
will penalize the "no-show" airline
passenger who fails to claim or
cancel his reservation before
flight time. '.
The Civil Aeronautics Board
will slap a $3 penalty on .such
passengers using airlines and a $1
penalty on those using the na
tion's three certified helicopter
airlines.
The board also will continue the
minimum time limit within which
passengers must pick up tickets
of lose their space. And it tight
ened up the regulations on recon reconfirmation
firmation reconfirmation regulations.
The penalty system will be tri tried
ed tried out from Sept. IS to Aug. 1;
1958, when the CAB will review
it to determine If the '"no-shew"
problem has been eased.
The CAB said the "'no-show'
has plagued the airlines for years
and created l "a serious economic
and service problem to both the
airlines and all air travelers.
"Many times a fully booked
flight will take off with empty
seats that could be used by other
passengers due to the failure of
some td cancel their teats, the
CAB said.
The CAB will enforce its penal penalty
ty penalty through the time limit regula regulation
tion regulation wricb provides that a pass
enger must pick up his ticket by
a specified time or lose hit teat
Once the ticket Is purchased, the
board will deposit the fine from
the price. : S .

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NEW YORK. June 12 (UP)"-
That extremely potent natural
stuix, vitamin -l2,vis so very po-
v ": trfrp quick relief -from
the most painfully violent attacks
up or. JU b.
Klemes who has tried it out. in
some SO victims with spectacular
results. i
Anyone who has ever had an
attack of bursitis will appreciate
that. In recent years people who
had no idea they had a b u r s a,
have learned painfully that they
do, through attacks ol ourssitis.
Why bursitis should be on the in
crease, no one knows. ,.
But too much unaccustomed ex
ercise can inflame a1 Dursa., ana
that causes the trouble. More and
more city people exercise little
during the wee and play hard o o-ver
ver o-ver week-ends. This may have
something to do with it. Klemes'
experiences were wnn tne -sacs
or, bursas) underline snpuiger
joints muscles. v
Theses re the bursa which
most frequently get inflamed,
and when they are Inflamed If
is agony for the victim to move
his arm and Impossible for him
to get1 hit arm above his head
fre vious methods oft .- reatment
haven't been too effective. Na Na-Previous
Previous Na-Previous methods of treatment
ture unaided cures it in a week
to two weeks. -.:
Four years ago, Klemes got the
idea that Vitamin B-12 which is
one oi the lesser known but
wa but a-

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He now is reporting to the medi medical
cal medical profession (in the technical
journal, "Industrial Medicine and
surgery,"; on- nis successes.
He injects Vitamin B-12 Into
muscle, in relatively large doses.
After one injection, the pain usual usually
ly usually is cone within hours and Ken
erally there it no trace of bursi
tis within live days, tor severe
cases involving deposits of calcium
in the bursa, ne injects daily for
seven to 10 days and then three
times a week for two or three
week, then once or twice a. week
for two or three weeks more.
That sounds like a lot oi inject
ing, but the result was that the
deposits disintegrated and ware
abosrbed into the body; which is
an end result not previously ac accomplished
complished accomplished as easily. Getting rid
of the deposit! assures against
more attacks. He demonstrated
that this happens with, before-tnd-
after A-ray pictures.
'Klemes granted that tne .me .mechanism
chanism .mechanism ef action" is unknown.
But 'Vitamin B-12 plays India
pentabie if sometimes subtle
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Proving Potent
roles in the function of the body.
For instance. Vitamin B-l deft
ciency causes, a number of blood
disorders, particularly : perni pernicious
cious pernicious anemlan which was u n U
form ly fatal kefore It wa dis discovered
covered discovered that the regular giving
of Vitamin B-12 to the victims
renewed their health.
Klemes said that in hit lone se
nes oi cases, he bad had onl
"two or three" failures. Ther
were no "side-enects": his un
pression was that large dosesJ
could be injected indefinitely with
out danger. He urged research in
to how Vitamin B-12 accomplish
ed the wonder-work and "control
led study" to eliminate the chance
that perhaps his patients would
have, responded to something else
or without anything.
' He is medical director of the
deal, Mutual- Insurance Company
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Allempling To Run
Over Pursuing Cops
MvinimiVAA1 l' ffAM Tun a 19
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shot and killed by ponce here
Monday night by officera who taid
the boy tried to back over them
with an automobile.-
Donald 0. Gravitt, of CedaH
Rrove. Ga.. died after being thot
once in the head and once in the!
hand. -V
Officers said they noticed a car
driven bv Gravitt stopped at
red light One of the officers said
that it aooeared that another man
in the car was trying to hit Grav
itt with a hammer.
The man was later identified as
H.'M. Andrews! 61. Lafayette
Ga. Andrews told police later he
"was trying to stop Gravitt from
driving.'"
The officers taia tney cnatea
the car until Gravitt- failed tol
make a turn and ran Into a tree
They laid that at they approached
the car Gravitt put -it in reverse!
and tried to back over them.-:
Patrolman Frank Mallicoat and
detectives Harold wooten and J
M. Davis 'said they each fired two
tnotn at wsviu. .,. i. wr-

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TEACHERS ; :
Tha annual Fort Davis Vaca
tion felbla School will b held
at thr PottXhapel at Davit
Jun ;- 24th through 28th.'
Clattet will be conducted
from'9 a.m. Until 11 o'clock
very morning, c Six women
will atsitt the. Post Protest Protestant
ant Protestant Chaplain, Merr it Dayton,;
to conduct 4ha school,-They
are' left to right, flrtt row:
Mrs. Douglat Farr, Mrs.'
Henry Lee and Mrs. Merrit
Dayton,' the chaplain's wife.'
Back row, left to right:
Mrs, Earnest Ostrom, Mrs."
C h ar I e s Robertson, Mrs.
Wm." DeVane apd Chaplain
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left to' right are Mrs, Benjamin Chen, Mrs. E. A.i Cerrans, Mrs, Pablo Abad, Mrs.

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t Cardinals longest winning streak' in five years to--'day
turned the National League race into a five
team donnybrook that threatens to make last year's

hraA.tP!im offal Innlr lilrp m tA n9rfv-,!':;;:i;,Vv"y?5

fThfotfdIlAk! iSf hadn't

wnri seven ujit. .Ktuuca -w

August, i9?2, reached that totjd

; last nlghfc when they celebrated
Stan Musial's record-tying 822nd
consecutlv gtnje with a
cislon- over r the. Philadelphia
Phillies" That victory combined
with Pittsburgh's 8-1 win over
Cincinnati and Milwaukee's 7-2
triumph over Brooklyn means
there re a scant 33 percentage
points separating the lirst and
Xifth-place teams in the NI

At the same time, the world
"champion New York Yankees
quieted talk of an impending
: American League runaway with
a S-2 victory over the Chicago
Wjhite Sox that cut the losers'
first-place margin to four games.
The season's largest crowd 49,-1-4
saw the Yankees hand the

. White Sox their third straight
difeat and thejr fourth' in live
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tenben Gomez pitched the New
Yprk Giants to a 5-1 victory
ftver the Chicago Cubs in the
ofiier N.L. game while the Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Indians beat the Boston

Epd Sox, 7-8, and the Baltimore
Orioles defeated the Detroit Ti

gers. 4-1. in other A.L. games

Washington at Kansas City was

rained out.
; Marry Dickson, a 15-ame
inner when the Cardinals
last won a pennant in 1916,.
J anted in a seven-hitter for
is third victory behind a 15 15-:hlt
:hlt 15-:hlt St Louis attack that in.

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clnde 1 fonif hits "br At'. Dark;
and three by Del Ennis,

lial iSmith homered ;vfor the
Cardinals In the 'Second inning

anJ.: started a three-run rally in

w &ixtn with a triple. Musiat,

who tied Gus Suhr's NX. endur endurance
ance endurance mark, ; contributed only a

single to the Redbird offense,
v The high-flying Cardinals have

rolled along at a .778-pace since
May 23 with 14- wins in 18 games.
During the same period the Phil

lies are 12-7, the Braves and

Dodgers 10-10 each ana the Refl-

legs 8-11. f .:n '-The
The '-The Pirates were victimized by

the first triple play of the

season in the third Inning but

got five-hit pitching from Bob

Purkey to win theh : t h i r d

straight game over a contender.

Gene Baker and Bill Mazeroskl

had three hits each for the Pi

rates, who are "getting Into the
act": with sev,en victories in
their last 11 games. 1 V
Bobby; Thomson, most famous

Dodger killer of 'em all, hit a

grand slam homer and Joe Ad

cock also homered as the
Braves connected for jl hits to
ease Ray Crone's path to his

third win. Adcock was purposely
passed irrthe fifth inning: to fill

the bases and get at Thomson,

who went to the plate battmir a
mere .195. Gino Clmoll and Roy
Campanella homered for the
Dodgers who dropped their 4th
in a row.'
Gomes fashioned a six-hitter'
for his eighth victory while Don

Kaiser was charged with his

fourth defeat as the Giants

whipped the Cubs.

Bobby Shantz, a 139-pound-er
who la carrying the mighty
Yankees on his shoulders, won
his sixth straight game and
seventh of the year in the
opener of the big three-game
series with the White Sox.

Mickey Mantle cracked hist

16th homer to in the Yankees

off In front in the first Inning
and scored the winning run aft

er doubling In the fifth. Bob

Grim finished ud lor Shantz.

who weakened in the eighth aft

er striking out four batters and

walking one In 7 2-3 innings.
Chlco Carrasquel's two-run

homer enabled the Indians to

come from behind and tag re

lief ace Ike Delock -with his sixth
defeat. Roger" Marls,. Bob Avlla

ad Jim Hegan also homered for

the-indians and Ted Williams hit

NC-14 for the Red Box,;-

Jim Pyburn's two-run homer

his just round-trippers of the
year sparked the surprising
Orioles to their third straight
win and .ninth, in' 12 games. Con Connie
nie Connie Johnson scattered eight De Detroit
troit Detroit hits to chalk up his .fifth

triumph oi tne season.

Major League

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Close Contests; mark

Opening

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 125 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player and club g ab r h Pet

Hodges, Bklyn 49 190 28 70 .368

Musial, St. Louis 48 198 28 70 J35i

Groat. Pitts, -32 128 16 45 352

Fondy, Pittajl 44 17822. 62:348

Thomas, Pitts. 49 195 J9 65 33

Clmoll, Bklyn; ,40 168 28 55 J31

H. Smith, St. L36 136 1645 3ZU
Bailey, Cinci. ;,49 156 32 51 ,.327
Aaron, MiL- ; 50 212 40 69 325 :

Mays, N.Y. : 51494 37 63 .325

' AMERICAN LEAGUE '

Williams, Bos. 46 158 35 61 '.386

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Basketball League

J, A.. 1 1

Mantle, N.Y.

Fox, Chicago
Boyd, Balti.

Wertz, Cleve,

Lemon, Wash.

Simpson, K.C.

50 167 45, 61 .365
49 189 35 67 .354
48 151 29 51 .338
48169 30 54 .320.

51 19553 61 .313

45 180 22 50 .313

Demaestri, K.C. 49 148 20 46 .311

Skowron, N.Y. 48 188 26 57. ?306
Mauch, Boston 35 140 17 4i ,300

' HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE ;
Aaron, Braves 15
' Musial, cards ;. .... ; 12
Sauer, Giants 11
Moon, cards U
(Five tied with 10 apiece)

AMERICAN LEAGUE l

f;

MantleYanks .'.
Williams, Red Sox
Zernial, Athletics
Sievers, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers

..... 14,
Mii' 12
12
11

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE

4

7,

31' i X J-..:"i
' 1 ... II

45
43

38
33

Musial, Cards ,
Aaron, Braves .
Hoak, Redlegs '. .

Robinson, Redlegs ,.u 33

Bell,,Redlegs ifci 33
i AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sleverst Senator j, f 40
Wertz,-Indians; it ': 39

( f MXfioso, White Sox ....35

Mantle, Yanks 35
Skowron, Yanks 35
Maxwell Tiger 4 35
:; prrcfliNG j-f
' (Based on Decisions)
W L Pet

Shantz, Yanks ...... 7
Sanford, JPhlli 7
Acker. Redlegs ...... 6

Pierce, White Sox ...10
Bunnlng, Tigers 5
Schmidt, Cards 6

i875
.857

.833

.833
.833

'' "; v" -'
jfji'-v ALBROOK'S PAIR of hustling boardmenv15on- Johrison, on
the left, and Lloyd Hopwood (31) leap for a, rebpund in last
Saturday night's clash between Albropk and Kobbe. Fred John Johnson
son Johnson of Fort Kobbe (on the far left), Albrook's Ron Pearson
(crouching) and Kobbe's guard, Ed Scarlett (8) anxiously wait
to get into the action, PAAF's defending champs, Fort Kobbe,
-started of r on the right foot as they, downed the host, team,'
71-62. ''- (U.a Army Phoo) :

Rough Going

Cincinnati

Temple 2b
Post.rf ...

Bell cf

Robinson If 4
Crowe lb ........ 4

Burgess c .....- S

Ab R
4 0

0

Campanella Tops

Home Run Record
For NL Catchers

Hoak 3b

McMillan ss ......

Gross p
Fowler p
Hacker p
a-Thurman ......
Freeman p ......
b-Lynch
Sanchez p .......

H Ft A

1 7 13

1,
0
3.

6
2
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Totals

31 1 5 24 13

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Roy CsmpsnelU ef the Brook
lyn Dodger ranks officially to to-4y
4y to-4y at the greatest homer-hitting
catcher in National League
history.
; Campanella hit the 237th hom homer
er homer of his career' In the seventh
inning of last night's 7-2 lose to
the Milwaukee. Braves. He had
been tied with Gabby Hartnett
for the record.
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Freese 3b ........ 5

Baker ss S

Fondjlb 3
Thomas If. ....... 3
Pendleton if . .. .. 3
Mazeroskl 2b ..... 4
Vlrdon cf ......... 4

Rand c .......... 3
Purkey p 3

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Cincinnati

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101 211 02x-8

KEW YOAKJune 12 (UP) -r-Th
Columbus Jets, slow starters
in this yesr'i International League
pennant race, stand Just one sten

away from the first division today.

wnammy Douglas, a tall righthander,-
pitched the Jets to an 8-3
triumph at Rochester last night as

Columbus moved to within a half

game of the fourth place Red
wings. Gail Henley struck the bie

blow of the night, a two-run hom homer
er homer in the fifth innine. to mark the

Jets to their ninth victory in their

lasi 11 games.

Toronto outlasted Miami -5. to

move within four games of pace
setting Richmond. Ed Blake re

ceived credit, for his first victory

aiuiousn ne needed relief rom

Bob Tiefenauer. Gene Snvden took

ine loss lor me Marlins.-

Rene Valdes .pitched a two-hit
ter as Montreal defeated Havana.

2-0. It was the first triumph for

vaiaes, a uigniy touted Brooklyn
Dodger; prospect ,in spring train-

ine Kicomonq-at-Buffalo game

was posiponea oy rsm

Two fairly close contests mark-

ea ine omciai opening 01 me ivoi
Panama Area Armed Forces bas

ketball league last Saturday night.

t ort Kobbe's Regulars' invaded
Albrook Air .Force Base and with
a resounding thump downed the

high flying Albrook quintet; 71-62.

The Regulars, winners of the PA

AF league for the past three sea

sons,.: held the high, scoring Fly Flyers
ers Flyers to a mere nine noints in the

last quarter as s they themselves
rolled up 19 points to break the
game wide open. 1 i

Ron Alassier. Reeular Guard.

pured-21 points through the Jioop
in the first half to lead the visitors
to a 34-29 halftime advantage. But
it was the' fine "play of forward
Dick Allen 'that ruined the Albrook

teamV Allen dunked 11 markers in.

tne iinai canto to put the last nail
in the Flyer's eoffin. v
High scorer in the game was
Massier with 24 'points and close

penmo was the host team's lead

ing point producer, Emmett Bry
ant with 20. Lloyd Hopwood of Al
brook-and Fred .Johnson of Kob

Dee nit tor. 12 Domts anieo ta

maintain a respectable average.
At Army Atlantic, alsn nn Rat.

urday nicht. the visitinv AmaAnr

Troopers rallied for 25 points in

mo lasL nuaner nut foil shnpf m

j wm V M J

me uusnmasters clung to their

ieaa 10 cop their initial 1957 PAAF

victory. 71-59.

Sharing sconne laurel wr furn

Busnmasters, big John Foster and

last year's PAAF .scoring; king,
center Tom Tucker 1 Both men

poured tn -22 points.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

1 earns

Cincinnati .

Milwaukee .

Philadelphia'.
Brooklyn
St. Louis .
New York

Pittsburgh V
Chicago. .

W L

31 21
29 20
28 20
28 21 21-27
27 21-27 21
21-31'
18 32
14 30

Pet

.596
.592
.583
.571
.563

.404 10
,360 12
.318 13

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AMERICAN LEAGUE;

At halftime "Bud" terifirnr'

Bushmaster quintet led 39-23
and increased this ifl noint mr.

gin to 21 markers at the end of

me imra stanza. With Mlk Ri

vera, leading the Troopers with
19 points 'the ; visitor in

iigntmg oack but didn't have

the horses to take the lead,

Fort Kobbe 71. Albrook ft?

Fort Kobbe ; it ft nf t

Howard. 2 0 4 4

Allen, f ........... 4 5 2 13

jonnson, 1 k,,t 3 6 3 12
mil, c .w, :4M;:s 9

Maioneyf-c;:,i,.A.4i0.vij
SawtellL,,c ., 0 0

Massier. r..' 1:1.. i- a

scariett,, g 4 0

8 24

ea 1 a

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

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
x (Nieht Game i

Cincinnati 000 100 0001 5 1

Pittsburgh 101 211 02x-8 13 1
Gross (4-3), Fowler, Hacker,
Freeman, Sanchez 1 and Burgess.
Purkey (5-4) andRand.
" (Night Game)
Milwaukee 100 050 1007 11 1

Brooklyn 001 000 1002 9 1

Crone (3t1) and Craridall. Sa-r

watskl.,

Craig (2-3), Bessent. Roebuck

and Campanella.

Teams

Chicago '.
New York
Cleveland
Detroit.
Boston . ,.
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

W, L Pet,'

32 16 .667
29 21 .580 .580-26
26 .580-26 23 .531

27 25

26 26

.519
.500

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21 29 1420 1
18 35 ,340 16', '!

(Nieht Game),

St. Louis : 110 003 0005 IS n

Philadelphia 001:00b 0102 7 0

Dickson (3-2) and H. Smith.

Simmons C4-3 ) Farrell. More

nead and Lopata. t

(Nieht Game)

Chicago 000 010 000-1 6 1
New York 300 00 20x 5 6 t
TralsAP ri-AV Pnhnlclrw tMnin

' V 'I V W.U.fc ,-f
Brosnan and Neeman. ; v

Gomez (8-3) and Katt.

TODAY'S GAMES H
Baltimore at Detroit s -J'
-Boston at Cleveland (N)

vc iurK at (unicago iNf
Washington at Kansas Cjty (N,)"
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS" X
Nleht nftmii --i.

Boston 303 000 000-X8 8 0
Cleveland -pi0 021 03x 7 8 f

Stone, Delock (3-lffj'and Daley.'
Tomanek. Pitula McLish; 4-

2), Jfarleskl and Hegan. J

- (Night Game) '' -" :'

New York 200 OlO OOOS 10 -1 -Chicago-
'001000 002' 8-2
r' ., ; -',-'
Shantz (7-l, Grim and Berra,
Howard..- 'Vs
- .: h '
1 wason.(6-3) and Lollar,BaU
tey.;-; Tr. -j .-j.V; :yr

a .-(Nieht GameH -')t'.

Baltimore 000 000 3014 9' 9
Detroit t 100 ooo ooo-; a 1 0
Johnson (5-5 and Trltindos,''
Hoeft (1-3), Sleater arid House.'

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irosiponea, rain)

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Favorite In US Open

..By 4Q H. PETERSIN

Totals

; 25 21 20 71

Albrook AFB
Edwards, f ,, 4

The standings and lihescorei;

Errors: Crowe. Freese." RBI

Crowe. Fondy 2 Virdon. Baker,

Pendleton. Purkey. Freese 2. 2b:

Hoak, Thomas, Mazeroskl, Vlr

don. Fondy. 3D: Baker, viraon.

S:Purkey. SF: Fondy. pendle.

torn. DP: Mazeroskl Baker:

Freese-Mazeroskl-Fondy. Triple

play: Temple-McIlllan-Crowe.
LOB: Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 4.

BB: Fowler 2. PO:' Hacker 1,

Freeman 1.. Purkey U Hits off

Cross 6-2 (pitched to S batters

In 3rd). Fowler 2-1 (pitched to 1

batters 'in 4th), Hacker 1-1,

Freeman 2-3, Benches 2-L. Runs

and Earned Runs:, Gross a-z.

Fowler 2-2, Freeman t-2, purkey

1-0. WP: Oross. 1 Hit by pitch:

Purkey hit Thunnan. W: Purkey

(5-4). oross-14-3). .:

Sports? Briefs

Teams J

Richmond
Toronto
Buffalo .
Rochester
Havana
Columbus
Miami ...
Montreal

W L
34 18
SO 22
27 23
27 29
.26 29
26 29

Pet
.654
,577
.540
.482
473.

.473

GB

4
6
9

r 24 29 .453 10 V,

IB 3J .353 .15

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Miami 000 301 100-J 11
Toronto 4O1010 00X 6

Snyder, lipetri (5 and 8ulll-

Tan, Buch (5); Blake.- Tiefen Tiefenauer
auer Tiefenauer (7) ud RosellL WP: Blake.

LP: Snyder. HR: Micelotta, v

Havana t)00 000 000 O 2 0

Montreal 010 001 OOx 2 .71

Amor and Sierra; Valdes and

Roseboro. 5 -,

Banks, f
White, f

Johnson, t
Hopwood, 'c

Bryant, g

Smith, W., g ,;....,

0
0v
0
0
6
4
2
a;,

2 8
0 2
0 2
3 4
2 12

Totals
Score by periods:

23 16 18 62

Fort Kobbe .... 17,17 18 19'

Albrook AFB 13 16.24 962

- Free throws missed r Allen

Hill r Maloney 1. Massier

Scarlett 1, Edwards 2, White 5
Johnson. L Hoywood '4, Bryant 2,

rearson i, W. Smith L -t ...

Army Atlantic 7 VAmador 59

Army. Atlaatle ,'fr ft nf t

i"oster, r -,v 7 t 8 4 2:
Busser, f i 0-0 0 i
O'Hara, f ........o 0. 2 (

Green, I a 2 : 2 14

Onlfln,"f 0 0 1

oarcia, r l- 00

Tucker, e ft 10 4 22

suiiworth, e ooo
Hunter, g i... .....w X '1 2
GrossL c o 0 1

f.....T....... 0 01
Haggerty. r k....4i. 4 0 1

Trask, g 003

; Totals

23 21 23 71

Fort Amador

Thompson,

Rivera, I

ROUEN. Trance (UP) Juan

Manuel Fangio of Argentina, the!

world auto racing champion, will

drive a Masereu in tne Grand

Prix ef France on Rouen's s-sarts-
track July 7. ..
r JOHANNESBURG South Africa
(TIP) Mike Holt. 1M, tat South
.African middleweight champion.

scored a 10-reuneV deeisioe over

Jimmy Martiaez. 161. : Phoenix,
lAriz. Monday aught.

Columbus 200 023 001 s 11

fRochester 000 300 0103

"Douslae and Kravlts: O. Blay.

lock, Greason (6). MarkeU (8),

Wright (9) and Green. LP: O.
Blaylock. HR: Henley. t

2

DanleL f . .....

Markwita, ........ 4
Chairs, e. ........... 0
Beei. g .............. 0

BelluominL g ........ 2
Nye, 2

O Leaser, m O

' 0

Totato'W. 23 13 29 69

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Army AUantie 22 17 II 1871

Fort Amador 10 13 11 2569
Free throws missed: Foster 1.

Oreen 3, Griffin 3, Tucker 1L

Hunter 3. Gross! 1. Haggerty L

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TOLEDO. Ohio rtJPV Althmiffh

ne aamui ne nas been playing
badly, Ben Hogan,.was installed as

me a-i tavorite today to score an

unprecedented fifth victory in th

national open golf championship,

wircu gets unaerway xnursoay at

ne re-aesignen Inverness course.

Old pro Jimmy DemareL vnnni?

reter Thomson and Doug Ford

were equal second choices at 8-1:
defending champion Carv Middle-

con, junus uoros and Sam Snead
were bracketed at 10-1. and Dow

i'msterwsld, Gene Littler, Jackie
Burke, Arnold Palmer and Jav

tie oen were xa-i longstots. .
For the other 150 men who will
seek gold and glory in this 57th

edition of one of the-world's great

est tournaments it was f bet your

muuej ana, lane your picx. f

t Two Practice Reunds
Hoean already Jiaa : turnni- In

iwo pracuce rounds at Inverness,
and the only thine von rnnit .v

for both rounds waa that fh.v

were consistent. Each tim h.

uiue lexan went out in 35 and

reiurnea in 38 lor ldentic173s

xne par fisures fdr- th mo.

yard Inverness course are iU-mt

iv,

Braves Offer

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ers

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-A GREAT FICTCTX1
p n r i ?rr A vwtcK.
STI UG HA TP EN, in
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Today tticanto 35, 20
. Triple attrartlon i
' James Dorrn in
RUMBLE ON" THE DOCKS
- Btt Deri. In
STORM CtNTIR '" -.
AJjo"- 8 fhorul-

Tofar IDEAL- 23 .10
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TILL CAM LA

BKUOBXYN. Jnn. 1 TTI

If the New York Giants say "yt
today to a "solid, definite" offer
made them by the Milwaukee
Braves, Red Schoendieit will h

eavorting at second base for the

wes (onignt.

Ana pltchor Gen Cenloy,
M blUmin Damiw vrMn

end evrRoloW Roii n..l

tK man wno m the 1S1 "lit-
mlract pennant Hr the
Giants wilt -ka In Ctml

forms.'

General ninirw Inhn o,fn

u,m orarei oiscioaed last night be

uiwjo a nrm rrade oiler to Giant
ice president Charles (Chub)
Feeney yesterday afternoon. He
refused to same the players in involved
volved involved but it wai learned tha a.

ior-1 iwip outlined above was it.

iae ooMacie u tne deal ap-

pearea to do uiant hopes of laud

ing eiuer pitcher Bob Buhl er

pacher Ray Crone instead of Con Con-ley,
ley, Con-ley, aa off-and-oa tore arm cane.
Qwmn mM th mtf mevo i
- to rh Giant. He hat no
eectfic epointmnti with Pee Pee-iwy
iwy Pee-iwy H4y, but expect to hear
from tho Giant Veo uat a MM
as P nay, G4anS twiwr Horace

atenohem end tnenaaor Bill Rig- I

nwy ron a Motion.
"I. expect te bear from the

Giants. oon. ertain!T heforo w Now!

Wsto New Trk on Tburday."i AdiiH

However. dnlt TTnir.ii'.

Impressive practice.- rounds, most t
experts feel he ratea tlia faunrit'

role becau&e of his success In four
other Opens and the fact he wanti
this fifth crown so much he can
taste,) it. I,
In addition, lift! TUn

has.; favored Inverness.: He--has
won three four-ball championships
over the, local course, which, ha

claims has the finest greens he

ever nas seen anywhere.

Demaret alsA ia familiar wifh

the Inverness layout. He appeared

in -eight four" ball tournaments
here and won four of them, three
of them as Hogan's partner.' Dan.

per Jimmy knows you can al

ways expect strong winds at In

verness, and. he's probably the
best windy-day player on the pro
Circuit.,' V

- Themaon His Aim
Thomson, the steady Australian

who has won the (British Orn th

last three. years,, would like to be
the fourth foreign player to walk

ou wilu una cnampionsmp. The
last overseas winner wss Ted Ray
who won the; 1920 crown on this
same Inverness layout in 1920. -
Snead has been trying to- win
this one for 17 yeara- and. armrH-

ing to the clubhouse gossip. "This
could be Sam's vesr." Ford, aa ..

the Masters chamoion and the

leading money 'winner on the cir

cuit, also has his share of sud-

porters. '' -; -..... w. o

Palmer i won : the Rubber Citr

Open only last Sundsy at Akron

in a playoff with Ford; then -promptly
tabbed the black -haired

New Yorker as the player who

will show 'em all home here this
week end. ..;.

ai ii-.

ocnooipoyrjpons

5v -.,-

iasketbalt. Ping Pont,' SefM
ball, Archory, Badminton, Tunvfc-"
ling, Ouiot Games 1
Balbee Gymnasium and Stad.
Ivm Summer Recreation- Pie

gram!

... j4
riety of sportiT ui
ctivities will be li lithe
the lithe summer vacates

A wide vanei

playground activities

fered during the summer vacat

months at the Balboa gym attd

stadium.- ". .. L

From June 10-21, supervised dIt

and organiiing of schedules to," it

the interests the boys and guts

will take place from $ a.m. it i

p.m. Monday thru Friday. I

Repstreaov for the baskets a
n c r v I j

n. u. v, iiv. mi n.(tw, l
archery will take place June3,

14, 17, ia irora a a.m. muu a p.i

These Two activities are toe
ones requiring regutratk.

ho fees will be charged for

Eistratioa in any of the sports .r

recreatiooal activities. .
Children from t thru It areM.
fible for archery. The ages are si

of June 18, 1857.' Older chiid-a

may attend practice sessions 4
are not eligible for tournaif it
com petition. I
Remember! Tie gym ia
Monday thro Friday, from I lu

i p a. for superviici r v

. ..

i i

nntd

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very ri'f.r.'.V aiie iM I am :L -.
hT-'ul cr.l tro t-a J : "" r i
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.By 'HARRY GRAYSON

TOLEDO (NBA) t- Ocne Sara Sara-zen
zen Sara-zen ran bin finger down group-
ings and starting tinie for the )
nitfcd States Open Champ! onshio at
Inverness June 13-15. The Li tie
Homan, who once more quautiea

at 55, checKea ou e
. -There are perhaps 3 .ho
could win it" he said "but I be-
m j SiAfi ufiti kpr-n nam

oTmarch.ng. You've got o U
with Ben Hogan and ir J l m m y
Demaret is ever going towin i.Jw

Open, this is we one.
confesses t- being 45. Demaret is
4?. but has an average of 70.2o

Peter Thomson

" As mucus's Ke'-would Ilk f to
see the 45-year-old Sam Snead ft-

naiiy prevail5-m u ....,-
Saraien doesn't particularly like
.l. ciimnw'i rhanrpl on the In

ula kMauu.. -
verness course rigged up for the
57th Open. He doubts that Samuel
. ill... k. fennel rtontlv

jaexson vwiu wo
straight enough off the" tees, long
; since was convinced that the O O-'
' O-' pen simply is too big k job for the
; picture golfer from the Virginia
hills. s -' -'

'Driving and putting will ,, win
this Open,' asserts Saraien.
''There is too much trouble off the
fairways, and, of course, no one
ever won a tournament puttering
around on the greens.
'Someone could go crazy on
this layout and he could be Doug
Ford continuing his rampage. Re Recall
call Recall Ford's 66 in- the final round
of the Masters and he was only a
stroke behind Snead after the
five rounds of. the Palm Beach
Round Robin." Ford hardly can
be listed as a kid, yet his average
for 61 rounds this year is 70.86. ...
A.n, tha vounaar fellowi. Sa-

razen leans toward Peter Thorn Thorn-enn
enn Thorn-enn tiAoana "h ha an old head

on 28-year-old shoulders."
No one is throwing out DrV Ca-
... HAAonrft nlthnnoh th fipf end-

in phamninn has Dlaved ooorly

following a virus auatk. -''

"Middlecoff aian t s p i a y iou
weli at Oak HiU,'' recaUed. Sara-

sen "He won on ms scraraoung

nn puttmg toucn.

irnw, h haa the knack of

A J
i ...... tnnhla and h a

reeling uui. vl w vuwB ;.

concentration 10 jwrap wui wu

. ''You Haven't time io aeveiop

winning game at me. sue i me v
rvc.. onntiniuH Sirili n. "YOU

must bring the game with you.
"When I was a youngster, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Jones won tournaments despite
n.a M that ho hart nnA ..had

round. You cant have a real bad

one now and prevail, mat me
advantage the old pro 1 has.'. He
manages to score well even when
he isn't playing tod well. His game
pnart Hn'll F.omoenv

sate for a slightly off round, with

a yerygooo one, ip v

(imk n't undanlanr the old

school's leadership in golf.
4i(nk. if. Ka.ause nf tha lack

of caddie background," he ad..

"The tour is piayea on suwij,
mediocre and junky courses. All
tiu nlwAM ara intarORJi'.fd in is

low scoring, which, is only natur-

ali The' ooni gei mucu iu .me
way of standardization unless they
are invited to the Masters. :
"They are lost when they nit
the Open, where the aesthetics of
.i.: ff 1 ttora thav 'are

IUO saiuc .
severely penalized for poor snots
L 11. A. 1- la. ataaMMal MM ItlfhlAH

a. aahi m!4f haa snont sir month

I H JUllllJlAlfl'V'U I'BU Jf - at-
studying where to plac the pins

in three aiuerem pusiuum. im
- lL. ft luil

ihpv mav -nn no mors mau iv km

from a pin and yet three putt."

The longer uene aarazen tauicu
mi)., win .unHaratiind whv on-

itivxv
i.. aa AntcMai tiaa ivnn fhA IJ.S.

Open in 20 years Jack Fleck in

An A 1m nnw avarvhnd V IX COn-

vicned that Fleck must' have been
hypnotized when he beat the
great Ben Hogan in that playoff.

, I 4 46 1 330 13 --l

anr Bernard

As far ii w Mow, 'Kl'-tY;"' Thr. boy's got
r.t.i..ii .a wrnnv hn ii Mlckev Mantle DJ .

a. lot of power out ne s po -"- - -- jtl.n VIRGINIA BHAHr y a.,
i4.a u k.t'. mnra. hi'i rot a blind SPOU, ine inIUB ,h a9 Th nk of the

letter high." V' Ltn,n,' from New fidven, demoiselles of the -Lad" ruA

We were on me miamguii .on ana wnat tney re p iui ,t
where the natives had tossed a' gala party honoring native aon N t Q

George Weiss, who had made gooa, in. u wx ---- t winged Foot m late June oy-

in skirts after sporting, shorts

all spring ..

Yankee . .. h. Vnown "X mey nave w u.

"Don't liuote me on u. ffli r7rbeta tan!

to eyeiyone in basepa i ;x co-a -Ybring the boy

p-ecpie may g - .-. r..va(in them

m' t th. werrv Iiftte Dutchman, who died tatw w,ggiei flying golf gal Gloria

ninaV. t months was wrong on Mantle, ne was nsui. -Armstrong (with 500 solo noursj.
S r' And it'!a question whether he was wrong on th klrt fl wm drive them
'ifw fo, ? the vounir man did have a. Wind' spot, and it n th pivot t0 iwing jf
switcher, lor the yop.B. ,, : m0ved closet to., tW ri" 'j. .,,.art tn itl ,i -jii.

. FRIK SKIN DIVING LESSONS
The El Panama Skin Diving Club
-vill offer skin diving lessooM to
V tarerted person, emjf
Bight at -:30 p.m.. in the Hotel
vi Panama swimmmg pool.

. you, .m, f ,j t;
.rioui. colorful, -silent, world, be

neath the waves after only a xew
iTn of expert tructior., byBob
Mcllvaine, Ed Abbott, WUl Reese,
Betty Berry, and Tony Mann.
The sparkling warm-sea around
Panama is teeming with att sorts
of interesting marme life and un-
usual coral growths and once you,
hive dove into .this fabuloui i un-
- derwater world it is. 8""
. toaf you will become a regular
Tie el ortless feeling el Bt
. thaf you experience as you glide
' doMn into this .paradise is actual actually
ly actually kin to flying, and you can lit lit-er1
er1 lit-er1 'tew yourself in any direc direc-tiol
tiol direc-tiol -with your linned -1661.
i -H aiUntly colored angel fUh
I ..k oiirhad.

(Oat ctue tvu(ii w
ani schools of striped sergeant

JisI iwirn oy tn pence iuiuiw
gt Ch are cUnging to every
rot, and what appears to be herd
of farrot fun are eating the cor cor-.1
.1 cor-.1 1 .cwin oTw it nt look cloee.

yol can see lobsters in the cracks
.rJ rnnm rJ tha coral, and

re snapper and grouper will scur scurry
ry scurry iway as you approach a reel.
1 .ntrary to popular belief,
sb tcs will not tear anyone to
pi in the water. Ia fact, it is
ex pmely unlikely that you will
be icky enough to get a glimpse
ol lese- graceful creatures until
yc have hd many hours of ex ex-p
p ex-p nee under water and then on only
ly only you actuary ga looking for
xt i. -re
lit ere?'.:' f are the giant
rti f-st i" txic'.'y Lke a
f f '-' f-1 s-p to cur ;ui that
c t ; ? i a n;n Oiv-
e- ' i I ' i ' "CI T IT.

and played d Important part In
the undersea movie that was be being
ing being filmed there. .
ttrina vnnr hathinff Ilit Thurs

day night, and we will prove that

you too can enjoy cuving uuo me

tascinaung underwater woria uai
is so easily accessible in Panama.

By BEANS REARDON
Wrirhm for NEA Servko

QUESTIONr .A man on first

base attempts to steal second. He
has, the base stolen -when a balk

is called on the pitcher. Is the run

ner entitled to third base? Lo

well Parker. .... ,
Answer No. -

3. With the count three, balls
two strikes on a man batting

out of turn, the manager sends

the right batter to the plate. He

takes the third strike. Who is

charged win the strikeout? Jim

O Connor.
A. The last end proor attar.

Q. The bases are full when the
batter hits a ball on the ground

to the shortstop. The runner from

second collides with the shortstop,

knocking Mm oown, and the ball

goes into left field, enabling two

,runs to score. The defending team

: claims interference. Has it a ut

claim? wiitwr Ai&m.
A. Paiti(rty. A baaervnnar mini

rid an inhaMar in the eet

fieldina a batt- ball.
,

j REMEMBtK HARTUN5?
DALLAS. Ter. (ST K) (Tun
Kartuf. the Jndo Hurrirtne e
tie Giants in the s.

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RECORD A 247ipound. California black sea bass caught off
the -Coronado Islands in southern California tops the vyorld
record for a 20-pound test line by 99 pounds. James Kawaoka
aisplays the light gear with which he took the whopper.

i J1 I -i

by

JOE WILLIAMS

-"i'JU"S? ss? -5'i5 :. ff&

Fay Creekei

is, v .. a 4a i.a an aii'Mma' iim it.h am. ir.v f 'wutrar inn

t.7.. n.Tt the Columbia campus here at tne P '."" Triangle Round Robin winner anu
Krich alwaya put ne uoiuiuu WM b. r. nr0.ver to come out

ii. af find, i Ana ir r ... ., .Mn .i -r . .

--i i Vaworite But it took no unique 7m "I ol boutn America .. iMoneoi
sonal No. 1 sr-ich Jttst happened to get your bu,inesl. young man w Just

r'r'Zjr F say I can walk the legs off any of
to blm iirst. .. ... (,,. ,-nnt'a masterpiece. Uh... a.vo.fji1h I'm mule.'"

liHKf ea T to aeethat Gehrig Vuldnt K It wa, jPfffi oncVtoTatenedto quit golf
Jf It was easy w mt aa almost literal- k...,.,. ,h- never lost onlvsev-

.itl la. Ha s-ifheat SV17X11TX1 ICUU1U All (Aw va a. -a I '

S?" tw th. Toiants and the Dodgers'conaucimg wu. en matchea .in 18 years in Uruguay ... ,;aants t0

ShSS: told him to get lost. dW their ArhTU Albany, to New. York to

r,i... cranium whji lug uca, --- ir . v.. .

"Ti aa. OTirhind nu assieiAuw. h.r to migrate to me Mates,

stuff under jne CBtopressed anybody. and he where ,he had to turn pro because
Rizzuto wasthe only me win "'.. .. tne UiW0 jt COgti her to make

toPAX. A he's e-ot oulck hands. : Well ee what the tour would be translated into

lilC UUJ Aafcf-' ea . . i, wJ.'f

we can do with him.

.OH'.1

THE MASTER' MAN

Ufa Hon Haiir TJatfty has Mvtid

aaa wvaaawa - F
aanil rTava amnno fttnssr

i iui sues, essju v0 iuvua wuw
WBWl I 1 L,--, a.ava..Mal ika

IPIelCCli aa IUU lias IIISSISMCU t U1C

ILTCVU uai Vi v vvr v as vis em s vaa

.' 4 e .h fart that RlZZUtO

. xi. m -il Ixeatn urinrinK?. JIB lUftlCU. ww

. .. a asi a. a siTinTnBiF inniLSLJii nvau

ana ww.wii .--.T" r .w,it ir wants to tail IT.Li:.. 7. .Lia. VJ tiatM.h

same broathwitn onus, w-t- ,7- r v .. "ZL'l. p.T 5,..7'..

to you, v.t aff Starraw claimed Ik... .k. .till n h. k.ntf

Ed Barrew took p fc uiaW. rated "ui."'" T

to have d--- iV'test Vlarer V" r""1"

klM ahaaA af IUDB KDin BUB J i I .

.nna,ted Harrow's nieasunna A Broadway orodurtion has a

1nnecedbT sentiment. As for Mcqraw, why sh

hThooil Rnth and Cobb? They were products or a mai is- who's a weu known grappier a

Warner was w ,.iMe aiwiut the k. --iaH

. . . vaaF aAitii nin nan oa.w-.. ----- ,iV uvwww w. w.wm.mv

. .. w.j i vripn Ha naa Druntu Traimna

esteem and anecuon oatfow uu i-v- v,.vi

. a., a inni as ata p aa tjbtib: incr ijisc a i ..

ihlm here irom iwiw. 71"-,.;.-. tnost sue tImmv nam.rat 'w W

j -i -.. a trtai ni iifSTinTir. iur wimb wm arv -w i -waa-o -r t-wp.

?afS VsaebaT operition to Md Paul Bernaro Bob Hope at the' Concord in the
afcheU m uyow l ttu.bbA toK wu to become, one of hla Catskills : where Ski Nose was
ftjicacu, m .) frianda: besieeed bv a vulturous eroun of

most irusica couuciwa ".. v-.--. . j

MADE GREAT fAIE

. nvyw turucu m vcuiarci anu crac-
-Tn Ma '-relaxed moments In theSiompany of IntimaUs Ed ked, -Who's the pro around here,
In DU reiAxea nromeuwa jii f .nrite Krlch story Qvde Besttv?"

was DOOJMHI.OWir.--. !--,,-,,.-,- twn were Ynn'd ner he.e him ,mnl.!n

SlSlSi ese in toe uthT'Th. head but Gil Mcugiid'.-. wee tt
elknll wrBaVrow was but hadn't caught Krtch's name, happy because the Yanks are shut-

v ;.,f v..a taa, .alt In r en these men lor three days, at snort-

ya. must knew th. otfrer I. Cus D'Amato's scheduled a ouick

' .rTriulT:" WP St- Louis to bring Golden
yOU. . oia !- ,k a aj trrl.S Glovea welter Jnc Shaw into, hia

ara lneaicuiaDie. iney win, wmwui titi.vu, -
L1k!ti to those who knew them well, treat awimmet: who claims he can out-

sre "rt.t .. . distance any naddler in the world

n-tawn wrnirn u tuut uvii uivv -a i

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PAHAf.A AMERICAN

bv

$32,000 in Uruguayan purchasing
power....; .. t ...

Red hatred Tatty Berg intro-
tnaa.. raH.hatred Wiffl Smith.

"Thl. im mv rianihter Whieh one

of us has the most freckles?" ..

swim
prove

' They couldn't get D'Amato to

sit down at the Leone luncheon an.
nouncina the date, of Patterson's

first title defense .. the seating ar arrangement
rangement arrangement had him alongside Hur-
rieana Jarlrann'a manager. I.inov

Breidbart ... so the table hopped

tor a coupie ox nours..

'Dtaw Iaa rfiiaa monartAve -. flltif 4 A

draw the NBC televised game of
the week .; gives some of them a
chance to consult with; L i p p y
Durocber,' like B 1 r d i e Tebbetts
wanting to know how Led set' up
signals for his third base coach..
On camera in Washington,' Red
Sox ieadoff man Jim Piersall
stepped to the plate, turned to the
telecasting booth and yelled so ev everyone
eryone everyone in the. park could h e a r.
'We're ready to go, Durocher.

, A n!n Itnlaa' li rrTf awf atftlf nmiaaa

in TTiiistitl ia m an a etnA kv Paafw

i uuuuiuu io a aassaltaV a 1.11
Como'a brother Dom .Houston

proette Diane Garrett to marry

loney renna s son, Jerry .. 1

Between you'n'me, the golf gals
A -t A. I

vaissuiis .. wnere aiu nose was are grateful lor the purses set up

ucuegea uj a tuiiutuus gruup 01 oy one 01 tne Sugar OaOOieS OI Ult
young gals who began tearing at Icircuit-Jtwt, don't like his. acid re re-his
his re-his clothes for souvenirs the mln- narks when they go around in

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Hope turned to Demaret and crac-

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As Bttle a $10 a wonthj 2iomUlim ; JlUlcU

A S S I. FIE D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
, Or as much, as yon wish
. O. Box 5M0 r'i TA MM'
Panaai,. B. F.
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Houses
FOR RENT Chaltt Bella VIetaV
for information, 'phono Panama
3-3305 morning'of Hor 7 p.m.
FOR RENT j Completely fur
nished concrete house (chalet)
3 2 bedrooms.. Road facing Paitllla
t : Airfield. No, 1 09; Call 3-0553.
FOR RENT Small houao: tola tola-phono
phono tola-phono 2-2171 from 8:30 a.m. to toll
ll toll noon, 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Resorts
Take a I Jungle .'? Jim Jaunt
3 DAYS EXCURSION 3- DATS
To San flat islands and Porto Porto-halo.
halo. Porto-halo. Aboard the cruiser "Poica
"' dora." Sight-eeeing Indian vil vil-"
" vil-" lagei, tjha ruins of Old Portobolo.
Swimming. One night aboard and
, one night at ... Hotel San Bias.
- Leave Balboa, pier 17,. Friday,
Juno 14th, 6:45 a.m. Leave Co-
Ion, Strangers Club, Friday 14th
9:00 p.m. Return to Colon lato
Sunday oftemoon. Thoie who
wish to go through tho Panama
Canal Hy $7.00 each person,
. Including lunch. $40.00 for tho
three j(3 dayf. Win close this
oxcursloo Vyadnasday J h o n o
Jungle Jim, Panama : 3-1660
days; 34326 nights, Jungle Jihs
1 Jaunt 4 Hotel El Panama.
;"- Iln. I. I
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
.PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
'Santa Oara. Box 1890 Pana Pana-.
. Pana-. one, R. P. 'Phono, Panama;;,
?-T877, Cristobal 3-1673.
L alrfwln's furnished apart-
Jhorits -a'', Santa Clara Beach,
-telephone) Smith, Balboa 3481.

, ti k: Rooms

o II

. ;,rvK in i r www,
' t-,. sibla persons enlyj Carrasquilla,
"7 entrance to Coif No. 499, Julio's
4 : : -I'.- ''''
Little Leaaue

ioy$t3;G!rl$;11
1 i. Thirtsen txys and il girls were
f bora at Gorgai Hospital during
-:tli week ending at midnight
Monday, accordma; to the regu regu--
- regu-- lar hospital report. During the
vajne'. period, 495 patients ..... were
i admitted and 212 wert dlscharg-
'yr. il
2 -Tha names and ddresse ef
f'Un parents of ; the boy babies
i follow j Sfe and' Mrs.-Jack Bll Bll-S
S Bll-S lings, of Fort Clayton; Mr. and
!tMrs. A. I Hermanny, oj Balboa:

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelley, of

frort CUyton; Mr. and.Mrs. Ai'I.
J Hermanny, of Balboa;. Mr. and
tMrs. J. T. Kelley, of Tarfan; Mr.
"and Mrs. T. A. Jacks, of Curun--du;
M-Sgt and Mrs. J. W. Map Map-L'pla,.
L'pla,. Map-L'pla,. ef.Fort Clayton;. Mr. and
Mrs. V, C. Whitehead, 6f Ancon;
K Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Daniels, of
JParataot Mr. and Mrs Larry
. w Dixon ,of Panama; Sgt. and Mrs.'
t D. L Medina, of Panama City
t'Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Slmonsson,
MofAncon; capt and Mrs. A. R,
Underwood, Jr4 of fort Kobbe:J
JjMr. and Mrs. Felix Gonzalez,. of
Arraljanr and Sgt. and Mrs. a
J'W. Koach,; of Panama.
) Olrls were bom to the follow follow-hlne:
hlne: follow-hlne: Mr. and Mrs. D.P. Turney,

Uot rort Clayton; Lt and Mrs. V.
iPw nAlilhrn nf Ifrwt Vnhh-

S-figt and Mrs. C. R. Money, of
LoconaDr.jmd Mr. W. K. Prier
oof ( Anooa; Lt. vand Mrs. a. B.
jBlickwell, Ot Albrook; Mr. and
Mrs. J. K- KeUyfc of Pedro Ml Ml-"tuel;"
"tuel;" Ml-"tuel;" Mr. afid Mrs. Jose Rodrt Rodrt-uguesv
uguesv Rodrt-uguesv of Gatabos; Mr. and Mra
to. A. Dailey, Jr. of Diablo Ter Ter-kra.ee;
kra.ee; Ter-kra.ee; Mr, and Mrs. Henry Duma Duma-ir.
ir. Duma-ir. of Curundu; Mr .and Mrs.
"X"L. springer, of paralso; and
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sellner, of
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Apartments

ATTENTION. OJ I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
- 2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. -Phono
Panama ; 3-494 1-.
' FOR RENT J A three-bedroom
' apartment with two baths, liv-:
Ing-dining room, kjtchen, maid's
room with own bath, waihtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further' details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. OULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N, Sv A.
FQR KENT: Modern apart apart-ments,
ments, apart-ments, "Edificie Deveaux," B
Street, El Cangrejo, nut to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panamf. See caretaker on
.- promises.,.. Miguel Jlivo, Phono
' 3-4844."' si
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
I in residential diarist,-- Riviera
'Building, Call Panama 2-1661
during offico. hours. v
i FOR RENT! 3-bedroom apart.,
merit, 2 bathrooms, hot water,
, largo dining and living room, aeW
parate maid's room with. bath,.
garage, unfurnished, in high cool
locality all .screened, with Bal Balcony,
cony, Balcony, in El Cangrejo. Telephone,
offico hours, 3-0321. .j
FOR RENT.'1, Fumiahed Inde-
pendent apartment With hot wa water.
ter. water. Via Porras No101. Phone
3-2568.-" y W
FOR RENT: V Modern 3-bed-room
apartment-with, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. Campo Alegre. Phone 3.
7192, 7-8 p.m.
fO R RENT: One bedroom
apartment, furniihed. Sao Fran-.
Cisco, Second Avenue No. 39.
"Botica del Pueblo." Phona 3-
1221 ,, ,
FOR RENT. i Coolest two-bad-'
room apartment, duplex: house.
Campo Alegre. Very private. Tel.
3-5024.
FOR RENT: 2-bedtoom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, combmatioo living' room-"
dining room, maid's quartet
with bathroom, washing 100 nig.1
garage; porch, and installation
for hot water. In Fedorico Boyd
Avenue No. 4 (Mirador). For
information please call Panama
3-009 1, ,'i -":'to n v 4
i -i'.jH"r .,.,".,
FOR RENTr Modern two-bod-room
apartment with hot water,
garage, 56th Street (Camp Al Alegre).
egre). Alegre). For information Phono
2-241. or 3-5322.
FOR RENTt Furnished apart apartments
ments apartments $50. Another large, fur fur-nished,
nished, fur-nished, $60. Gl Inspected. Regu Regular
lar Regular transportation. Tel. 8-047 h
Elks Urge Zonians
To "3
On Flag Day Friday
James L. Dal ton. exalterf ruler
of Panama Canal Zone. Lodge
No. 1414 of the Benevolent' and
Protective Order of Elks, today
ealled upon every citizen of the
Isthmus to "demonstrate his pa patriotism
triotism patriotism and pride in our great
country and Its heritage of free freedom"
dom" freedom" on pig Day, Friday. :
- j
Appealing for Isthmus-wide
participation in the Elks' annual
rshow Your Colors" 'campaign.
Dalton asked that citizens fly
the flag from dawn 'to dusk in
honpr of the 180th anniversary
ui uie aaopuon oi tne stars ana i
Stripes by the Continental Con Congress
gress Congress on June 14, 1777.
The Elks' leader reauested
that all civic, fraternal and pa patriotic
triotic patriotic groups In the city urge
their members to fly the Stars
and Stripes on its birthday "la
public tribute to the symbol of
uus land or freedom we hold so
dear and in rededl cation to the
cherished tradition of self-government
which It represents."
Dalton named Gerard c. Ore-
nier chairman of a Flag Day
committee to plan a patriotic:
program on June 14. This pro-!
gram will be held at the Elks
Home on ta Boca Road, Balboa,
Friday commencing at 6 p.m.
The public Is cordially invited
and refreshment will be served1
in the lounge at the conclusion I
of the program.
4 DAYS LEFT
FOE
TATIiER'S DAY

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF; OUR
INTERNAL. BE PUBLICACIONKS No.

RARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul Ave. A J KL a t.EWM

FARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue

VAN-DER-JIS 6 Street No. SS FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parqua Lefcvre

mm Beiia vuia imm, .i,
Automobiles
taU CAI C.-Tn.v.rfihl. CAil-
lac, 95 1 with, t adio, whitewalj t
tires and A-l condition through-.::
out for only $1 500. Call from i'f.
a.m. to 5 p.m., 3-1141 or 3-
334UAtfer 5 p'm. 3-3069, .,vi
FOR SALE:- 1951 Ford lika
, new. !-1950 Nudsori 'duty paid.
v Bargain.. Phono 2-1 23 5. .XVi'.'i
FOR SALE -Station wagon;
1957 Chevrolet' "210", 7000 J
miles, $1800. 0277-A, Gamboa.
Phono 6-467. .'...". i';-.'
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet "Jfci
door sedan, very good condition,
( $375. Phone 2-1833 (Lea
-.Rios). .- ....f':. "...u:
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Hard Hard-I
I Hard-I ton. Fordomatie. radio and h.
or. Excellent condition. Kobbo
6113. -.-':.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford wradio. r
T duty paid, excellent" condition.
Price $690. Phono 2-3510 Bal-
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, excellent Condition,, radio,
heater. Call .'Albrbok' 6184 or
Navy 3697. ' h f
FOR SALE-1955 Ford Fairlana
' 2-door, wssf tires, radio, un-
dercoated,. 8-cyl., 2-tone tgreeRv
$1600. Call Cxi. 4180 duty
hours or Panama 2-4119.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 2451 j 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
'''. "' call: "!;;
m RIDGE 1
General 'Agent
Gibraltar t,lfa Ins. Co. t
fpr rates and information
4 ". TeL Panama 2-0552 ; V
CHIROPRACTOR ;
.- Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 6
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
, 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
, Tel. Panama 3-3272.
DAVID-BOQUETE
EXCURSION
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Pan. t-mVh
new -'canon
CAManao
" 'Mode! V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
. U.IIIIII
Panama
N. Xork
Colan
LIBERAL
TRADE-INS
. on any
USED w
REFRIGERATOR
for our
1957 Frigidaire
Refrigerator 1937
j CALL TODAY
' BRANCH
.ECONOCAS
r BRANCH
TeL 12628 TtvoU Ave. 13-78
Grace Line
Opens Office
In Toronto
Grace Line announced today
the opening of a general office
for oceao freight and passeneer
business In Toronto, Canada. The
new office Is located at 67 Yonge
Street This Is the first office
Grace Line, has ever established
in Canada.' t.- -...
The, office will be headed by
3. Edouard Samson as district
manager. Samson, a Canadian,
native of Quebec, Joined Grace
Line in March of this year and
brings to his new position more
than 20 years experience in the
maritime industry, the greater
part of hkh was gained in the

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES ATIS-17

3 Lottery Plaza a CAS zi,rHlr,ni,1 i a intnnrj) PHARMATV

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANRR I. Fa. d
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I Miscellaneous ; 1 1 Home Articles
CLEARANCE SALE of JCostuma; i FOR SALE: Piano, oak dining'
: ; J i t o I r y, Homo Decorations, table, Quartermaster beds, desk,
' Leather Goods, Stationery, Nov- V miscellaneous items. 2-1698
alties and msnV othtrs! Sorry, Balboa. ,., V,1,
1 Cash o"iy. MATMOR, No. 122 ; '---,A;; '
Central Ave., across from Felix a FOR SALE: Twelve pieces Par-
Moav'.-A A'-'WvfA'C.fe,i'. .;-aBiyoa' rattan .living room fur-
" :" '"'ii':'iii'i'-' "'-f,' I,,"' : niture, one 'Smith-Corona porta-
.? FOR SALE: Complare 21" TV : :; ble typewriter with Spanish key key-installation,'!
installation,'! key-installation,'! year old, excellent board, two light green fiber rugs.'
V condition.!' Priced right.' 526-B, i T! Albrook 51 74 t,'
CurMndu Hrsv 83-5187. v V
i , , ,i '-vf,;,.,; V FOR SALE: Intricately carved
;FOR SALE( Leaving lithtnus. i black Chinese ebony living room,
1950 2-door Chevrolet sedan suite and other Chinese pieces.
wradio, good tires $275. Couch Offico hours,' 2-2542.
' Duncan Phyfa $75. Looser 86-C, 1 "' "'"
:'Coeo.' Solito.'':'''"1;,'"--'':"r,'' FOR SALE: Leaving. All house-,.,
i i.i. "''..:. 'ii i. hold and misc. things. 5l94an-
FOR SALE; Complete Core drill xanillo Street, Ancon, C.Z.
equipment NX core. Call Pana- 11
. ma 3-7124, botwoon 2-5 p.m., FR SALE: A 4-pieco living
1 1 'ii room set at reasonable price. Al
. POR SALEABicycIo 28", boy V so ether odd pieces. Call Phone
: English, excellent condition $25; 3-0193. V ,.
rifle, -.22,' bolt action, Reming- '. .' '
4' toDr excellent condition; $25. FOR SALEj Frigldelro 1957,;
- Phone 2-4130 (Kalboa). ..took," 10.4 cubic ft,, 3
ri months eld $300. Call Gamboa '
f FOR SALE: Venetian blinds, -467.
r assorted sixes, $1 pch; 28" bi- '" ',' "' ;
. cycle, $2.50. House 0830, Bal- FOR SALE: Refrigerator 1955,
I beer freexer compartment, butter-
keeper, etc... 60-cycle, a beauti
AKC .registered Toy Boston Bull ful appliance. Sao at-t 2418-B,
puppy, 7 weeks old. Bliss, Navy Cocoli. ;
f : 'i '. .... .. .... V. . i & t

FOR SALE s One 9 cu. ft, West West-,
, West-, InghousO refrigerator, 25-cy la,
' with 40-lb. froexing compart-
ment, good condition,' $125; 'I
single beds with spring $3 each;
V 1947 Chevrolet ,4-door Hardtop,
(. V-8, Power Glide, excellent con"
dition. Can bo financed, $2400,
House 767-A Balboat Phono 2t
" 4163. '-.' "."
FOR SALE Save money. Buy
Cleyco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12 ".
.'They are economical, light anal
do not crack. $123.20 per thou thou-send.
send. thou-send. Clayce 6. Alfararia, S.A4
Via'. EtpaAa No.- 37-48. Phona
"V:'3-0160. rM;Wv-.--
FOR SALE-Magnavox TV, 21"
' 'rscroon, like now; Magic Chef gaa
"iTange; dining room suite;' '1951,
TBurek.. Special, good condition.
VCalle Jose, Marti No. S. Phono
Jt,3-6209,.1''":A''
Bla Three Of YesI
Reject Red Middle
East vPeace i Plan'
LONDON, June 1J (UP) The
United States, Britain and France
today rejected the Soviet Middle
East ''peace plan" in notes hand
ed to the Kremlin, official sources
said. v
The notes, drafted in close con
sultation among the Washington,
London and Paris governments.
were said to turn down Moscow i
proposals for a four-power declar
ation on the Middle East and
urged instead that all Involved na
tions work for a genuine peace.
The notes replied to a Soviet
note sent to the Big Three April
12 proposing a Big Four oroclama-
tios renouncing use of force as a
means of solving disputes in- the
Arab-Israeli area.' j-v;;
'''. .,'.
The Soviets called tar. non
interference orosram in th Ha.
mestic afairs of Mideast nations
ana an arms embargo which
would have forced the West to
abandon the Eisenhower Doctrine
the Baghdad Pact anrl
bases in the Arab' states.
' -. '
Actual details. of th w.t.rn
replywere not disclosed immedl-i
ately. Texts were expected to. be
released tomorrow.. ; v
. '.'' ' t
' In the Western opinion, the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations charter already pro provides
vides provides for non interference in the
domesUe affairs of the Middle
Efer.,Bati011 "ny naUon.
The Big Three feel further that
a mere four power declaration is
no answer to the problem of
achieving a stable peace la the
Middle East... ; .V
Kv LEGAL NOTICE
VH4 flees DMrld Caurt Tt JU
DtetrM 9t The Cam Snt
Balboa UrtMttm
an4ohA H. McLeuaWerr.' Libelant
m M.V. Trepla Trwtar, awpandmt
In Admiralty- No. 45 Ubrf in Imi
Wbema. eaj the- Sth Amy at June. 1SJ.
Kandolpb H. Mcluettlaa fild a UM
tn Kcm tat the Ihitrict Cmurt of thf
United States far the Belboa Dlrtrtrt ef
the Canal rone against the MoMr Vo Vote!
te! Vote! Trapi Trader, her tackle, acwarel
bollera, furniture, et. m a eue of
Wear. CItU and atarithne. aa tat sua
of sMee:
And whereas, by virtue of pi m
due form of taw. e me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 2Mb day ef June. last.
I neve setted and taken the said Jeotnr
Veaael Tropic Trader and have her In
my euatody:
Notice ts herebr gtetn. tht i rH'tHcl
Cejort will be held ta the tiniteH f "urt
aoom In the town of Anron. Cnl Ze.
an the 25th day f June. ISM. for tSe
trial f aaid pi emiaas, and the owner
or vner. and ail pern hf, rr-.r
haK claim any Intereit. are herrwv
cited So be and appear at the tir,
rtaea afareaatd. ta ahear eauea. if
they naea. why a final decree
not paas aa prayed.
'.( J la t. ari
Untied Sue '.
ncon. f,n,i fone
J'ine 7. 1S57
"e r-tro arj Fb'-n
Proc.nrt for L linL

"IT KTREET. PANAMA

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sr.KVirtu-Av. Tivnlt Kit S a FARMACIA ES'lAOOS UN1DOS 14S Central Ave.

r h Ai. Nu ll a fmct ikimv. JitOo

t Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via, Portal 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside

Funeral Services
For Mrs. Redmond
To Be Held Friday
, I 'V
Funeral services will be held
at 10 a.m. Friday at St.-Marea-
refs Episcopal Church In Mar Margarita
garita Margarita for Mrs.! Glenn "WT. Red Redmond
mond Redmond V Of Marsrarlta who died
Monday night in Coco Solo Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. Burial will take place In
Courtland, Calif.,, .'
The family has asked that no
flowers' be sent Friends .who
wish may make donations to the
Cancer Fund. .','; : "j
' Mrs. Redmond .. was an active
member of several oatrlotle and
fraternal organizations. She was:
treasurer of Elbert 8. waid Post
No. 2 of the American Legion
and was also1 a member- of ;the
unsiooai KeDesai) xoage no. z.:
-1 .addition to her -;- husband.
who is employed in the indus industrial
trial industrial Division, she Is survived by
four sons, David,- of Margarita;
Royal, of Diablo Heights; Glenn
D., of Gatun; and, John' A., of
Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Phil
Peck of courtland, Ca't and by
Ml.. ll.ll J J T ,.
Tribal Chiefs Must
JellleKmily Feud;
Of Indian Brolhers
EVERGLADES CITY, FlsV June
12. (UP) Any action against five
Indian brother! as s result of their
family feud, apparently will have
to be taken by the. Seminole tribal
council. ; :
'.-----'
. Judge S. S. Jolly heard testl-
mony in the case Monday. 'then
dismissed it. He said it was
"strictly matter .for the, tribal
council to settle." -j, ; :
Mike Osceola had charged that
his four brothers beat him .up
last week at tne- annual green
com dance on the nearby. Semi Seminole
nole Seminole reservation. He said, they
stsked him out in the hot sun and
caused him to be arrested.
But .Douglas -Osceola, the Only
other brother who was present for
the trial, said Mike had, been
drinking on the night of the fes
tival and started a fight.
"THE WILD

THt TTTLD TARTT wta open your eyea wHe. Be Be-eaas
eaas Be-eaas andaenly yeu ll realiia that this story of Bif. Tom
Kspfrn and a r 'fi ho had ta hare Is net a rrarr nf.ht nf.ht-mare
mare nf.ht-mare t if real, roerh, and trac ta life a kind of Tift
"n v never eeea trfor la a motion pirtere. See THK
URTT" trtsrr.rg Anthaoy QuiriB and Carol Oh mart,
' V AT TEE LIX.

PRECJADO 7 Slrcet No. 13 AGENCIAS

1S2 1 Carrasauilla FARMACIA LOM
Arosncn Ave. and :t:t St. FARMAC1A
SERVICES
7 PANAMA 2-4616 IS THE
NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST.
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV SERVICE.
ICE. SERVICE. Call before J p.m. for same
. day service. Local i calls $2,50.
Also radio, hi-Hand general
electrdnic repairs,
Miscellaneous
'ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CJT.
HERE only for a while? Renf a
TV : ennies a day! Call 2 2-2374.
2374. 2-2374. Ten flew Employes
Join Panama Canal;
Five Are From US
Ten emtjloves. five of them
from the united States, joined
the Canal organization' during
the" last two weeks In May, ac
cording to information from the
personnel Bureau.
Two of the new employes had
previous service with the canal.
They are William G. Hill, who
was employed from 1943 to 1955
as a sanitary inspector with the
Health Bureau, now employed as
an engineering aid In the Engi
neering ,: ano construction Bu Bureau;
reau; Bureau; and 'John B. Morton,- Jr., Jr.,-who
who Jr.,-who has been re-employed as an
apprentice In. the Electrical Divi-
sion.-:?,'';'-:-:. :-. -ii:,-..:" ,::
"' Employes from the United
States are Joe Y.V, Christian; of
waycross, 3 Georgia,-. ., towboat
master, Marine Bureau; v, James
C. Foster, f of Hickory, North
Carolina, electrical engineer. En
gineering Division; George W.
Ldpp, of Ancon. C.Z. plumber In
the Maintenance Division 'Don
ald C Miller, '. of Reading,;, pa.,
head composer Manama Canal
Press; 'and Waxren.p. smith, of
New York City safety engineer,
Surety ranclu' 1 j
, t k r v. ; t
'"Those 1 employed locally are;
Miss Rochelle O. Head, student
aid. In the Civil Affairs Bureau;
Kenneth T. Shelley, assistant
chief- of the Industrial Division;
and Gordon L. Verity, radiolo radiologist'
gist' radiologist' In the Health Bureau. J
Claylon 11(0 Club
To Present Revue,
Dance' June 22 r
The Clayton -NCO- Club' will- pre
sent to international revue and
dance next week Saturday night,
June 22,t featuring the f versatile
George Mil'er combo arid a cssl
of local' and foreign, artists.;.
Topping the list of "stars will
be Lord Delicious, prince of the
Panamanian Calypsonians, and
"Larry .The Greek." acrobatic
roller-skater. Coti Yum Ira, an in
ternationally famous Cuban strip striptease
tease striptease artist currently- appearing st
Maxim's cocktail lounge,' will be
another feature attraction of the
star-studded show under the direc direction
tion direction of disc-jockey Dave Consta
ble..; ,;: h ,-. ,-;
Other artists on the show in
clude Panamanian folksinger Ju Julie
lie Julie Garcia, blues singer Alireya U-
ribe and others.' .., '-
The June 22 dance is scheduled to
begin at 8 p.m. with the show
scheduled for 10 p.m.
PARTY"

.WANTED: Dependable house
- keeper, musl be able to cook.
S027-C Second St., Margarita. :

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 22-hp, and 5-hp.
. Johnson outboard motors. 1 Both !'
in good condition. Call Panama -::
' 3-35U. i v

Commy Man Helps Cops Nab Thief;
Finds Loot Belongs To His Own: Boss

Without realizing it, Cardin P.
Alls, a Balboa Commissary plat
form worker who helped eaten
a criminal early today, was re
sponsible for getting back goods
stolen from his own boss.
Alls, a local-rate employe, to
day took- the stand in court to
testify against Sergio C. Adames,
whom he helped apprenena on
Edwards Street in Balboa at 3:?0
this morning.
Alls said he was on his way to
work when he spotted two men
acting suspiciously near the bus
stop on Morgan 'Avenue ; Both
wert carrying bags on their
shoulders, he said. When they
saw a Zone police car approach
ing, one dropped his bundle, and
ran towards Panama, while' the
other fled deeper into the Zone.
Pursuing the man in the zone.
Alls shouted: -. ? -'
Hey there, stop where you
are, but the defendant, 'who
turned out to be Adames. kept
running Into Edwards Street.
There, Alls filially caught; him
and held him down until a po
lice' car which was also pursu
ing Adames showed up. 1
: : It turned out that two pillows
which had been picked up by tho
thieves to cart off tho foods, be belonged
longed belonged ta Alls' boss, William A.'
Cawl of house 880 in Balboa. The ;
men had split tho pillows open, and
"discarded the stuffing. Then they.
filled the pillows with loot" from:
; a neighboring house, 880-X. -.'
$ After. Alls compieted hfc tes testimony
timony testimony before the- court, Babloa
Magistrate John EDeming said:
4"I want to thaftic you for your
alertness: In. .the caie and also
uo comlnjj to court to testify to.
cay.- .iV, t r ,Ji
c Adames. th 26-vear.-61d de
fendant, was .sentenced to a to-

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,1954
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1951

NASH Rambler Station Wagon, Radio 395.00

.1953 FORD 2-door, Radio
1956 1 FORD 2oor,' 6 Cyl.
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1950 MERCURY' 2-door, Radio 550.(
: 1956 CHEV. 4-door," Radio, PClida .V..1,950.(
: 1955 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon, V--"!j ;-
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PANAMA 5-7010

alto".c::u rrv

FOR SALE: Three-bedroom
house with two,.: baths, living
room, dining room, kitchen, two
maids' rooms with bath b 2000
meters of land in Golf Heights.
: for Information call from t a.m.
to 5 p.m. 3-1141 or 3-3341.
After S p.m. 3-3069.

. FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, eceaa
view house, exclusive neighbor-,
hood. 2-2542, office hours.
tai of 5 60 days in Jail on two :
counts of petit larceny which In-
volved the theft of $46 worth of I
clothing, garden hose and pil
low cases from ,under the two
Balboa homes.
A third charge of vagrancy a
gainst him was dismissed,
Adames claimed that he was
drinking In a Panama cantina
with a friend early this morning
wnen nis ouaav asaea mm to ac-
company him on a jaunt to the
Canal zone to pick up some something
thing something hidden'; there.
i.- if1
He put the entire blame on
the man who got away and told
the court that he was merely an
accomplice.
Five other witnesses appeared
In court to Identify the stolen
property. ''.,"
. Bathing, suits," towels, shirts,
garden hose and levls were a
mong the items taken from Mr.
and Mrs. John Turner of house
880-X in Balboa. The items were
worth $34. ;-" i (
- A policeman who was on duty
at the station when' Adames was
brought in ,thls morning testi testified1
fied1 testified1 thai he went with the de defendant
fendant defendant who agreed to show him
exactly from which house .the
goods, were stolen... j
7 Instead of going directly to the
Quarters, the policeman said that
Adames led him ,on a wild-goose
chase, which finally ended with
the policeman knocking on ev-
rir rinnr Inns' a. atrent to aret
owners to Identify the items.
Said the defendant In his own

defense f "My record will show"

this Is the first time I did any-
thing wrong,
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895.0b
6 Cyl. 895.0
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High Court Rules; In Favor Of
Teamsters 5th Amendment Use

WASHINGTON, Jue 12 (UP) -Th
Supreme Court ruled unani unanimously
mously unanimously today In favor of a Team Team-steri
steri Team-steri Union official who invoked
the Fifth Amendment against se'f se'f-incrimination
incrimination se'f-incrimination -when a iked by a
Brand iury to tell the whereabouts

of books, and records In hia keep keeping.
ing. keeping. 5 ,iv,,,-
The to 0 decision, delivered

by Justice Harold H. Burton, re reversed
versed reversed a contempt finding against
Joseph Cureio, secretary treasur treasurer
er treasurer or Local 269 of the Internation

al Brotherhood of Teamsters in

New York.

The hieh court's ruline held

that "compulsory production of

corporate or association records by

their custodian is readily justifia justifiable,"
ble," justifiable," but the custodian may with

hold information as to the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of the records.
Caret was tuininenirf Hire
times last sprlnf kefer a New
York federal grand wry InvaaH InvaaH-fating
fating InvaaH-fating recketrln In the fer ferment
ment ferment and trucking industries. He
wa toW t bring with Mm the
recorda f the Iwaf. t -j
. Cureio not only did not .bring

the records but invoked the Fifth

Amendment when asked a series
of questions as to where they

were. '

On advice of counsel be conti

nued his refusal when brought be

fore Judge Gregory F. No on an

and directed to answer the ques questions.
tions. questions. Noonan then imposed a six-

month jail sentence until Cureio

should purge himself of alleged
contempt, c !v
After the Supremo Court agreed
to review the case "Cureio w a
subpened again end finally pro produced
duced produced the records. i v
The government had argued
that subpenaed -records will oe, ob obtained
tained obtained more readily for law --enforcement
purposes If their -custo

dian is threatened with jail sen

tence for failure to testify as to
their whereabouts rather than 'with
prosecution for disobedience of tha
subpena to produce the records
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'rl-DV riMAVlTTl AT Fla June
UArC V,rtAvr-nui..."' v
12 (UP) Th Air Force fired, the
ocean-spanning oauisucs mi,
tko Aflas in it first biB test T6S-
, terday i but tte i weapon -exploded
in chnwpr of orange flame and
rtd-hot metal at about 5,000 feet.
tThert were: no; casualties, the
Aif Force announced. Some pieces
of the disintegrated missile ap-
. psfentlyt fell in the' Atlantic only
a,' iew mile -offshore from this
Morida" cape,-':('...' ""'
J7he JLix, Force' here practically
' confirmed that .the, "big shot; .was
tba Atlas and informed military
' sources -'io 'WiMntt. :..d 7
ClaUy.t-. -i. .. ,y, -The
official version '-was: that a
fcsil had been fired in connec
tion with "extensive flight testing
of. rdcket missiles in ;,support
a long rinee ballistic missiles pro-
ram ana -omers mca u
mini An- for ome time and will
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misphere to another at J 15,000
miles an hour. Such.-a range would
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"KEW. REARING -4 The Su-
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'hearing for'-doomed convict
Caryl chessman, who claims
Mht court records of hia trial
were prepared fraudulently.
He la shown at hia last ar-.
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ln February, 1958.- Chessman
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reacb irom weW'-XOrK 10 aioscow ,v, ine ruunc imormauon vuice ai
r-. i n...rtmMt v in,ha noiirhn Polriolr llr Fnrrl hid

The .Defense Department 1 in
Washington 'would say only that
"another test firing has occurred"
in connection with the long-range
ballistics missile-program. i
This,- however, wa.s was the
first known, test of a ..weapon of
the magnitude i of the Atlas. ;
Despite the missile's short, ex explosive
plosive explosive flight, the Air Force said
''valuable information was gained
as a result of this test." ;
The brief statement announced
that a "missile "Was fired from
Cape Canaveral"! the testing area
ot Patrick Air Force Base, 7
"Shortly after the launching the
missile exploded,' tho statement
said. "There were no casualties."
' Earlier a flotilla of surface
craft, apparently carrying tech.
nicians or observers, had assemb-
iad In the area. r- 7' :s
It also was hot known by scores
of unofficial observers on the
beach whether the missile was
throwine off a booster at the time
of the explosion or whether the
Air force had destroyed the mis
sile because its engines failed to
take hold after- a -booster got it
off -the ground.,) .;i;-1.;-,-".,.;
Several observers said this 'was
the" biggest one they have seen
go off," indicating it was the Her
alded Atlas, wmcn is nopea io
have a ranee of 5,500 miles.
Rainbow City Brawl
Lands 4 Teenagers
In Cristobal Court
- A Jjrawl 'among four Rainbow
City teen agers, three of them
related, encleu up in Cristobal Ma
gistrates Court, i
Only two, Lionel Smith, 19 and
Bernard P. Reid, 21, were found
guilty by Magistrate Charles Gar Garcia
cia Garcia of disturbing the peace by
fighting. Each was placed on one
year probation. A $25 fine impos imposed
ed imposed on Reid was suspended.
An additional charge of battery
against Smith was dismissed. The
complainant was a -youth named
Ruben Cox. ..
-Two others Involved In the fra fracas
cas fracas which occurred Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon near' the Rainbow City lunch
eonette were Reid's brother and
sister, Gland a, 19 and Wallace, 17.
Charges against the two of dis disturbing
turbing disturbing the peace by fighting were
dismissed, 5
- Evidence introduced Into court
indicated that the youthi start
ed fighting with each other, ', but
each blamed the others for start starting
ing starting the brawl. a

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Aflas

5,500
the nearly Patrick Air Force base
did not clarify the confusion in
brief statement: ,V
"A missile was fired at the Cape
Canaveral testing area today. Ex Extensive
tensive Extensive flight testing in support
of long -range missile' testing: pro programs
grams programs and Dther programs be
ing carried out and will continue.
We have no further statement to
make afo this time."
An officer added in an off-hand
remark that there were "no prob problems
lems problems connected with getting the
missile off the ground," indicating
there were no explosions around
the launching ramp. ,i y
Earlier .;- indications i had been
that the Atlas was to be fired shorts
ly after 10 a.m. Three large cranes
rearing more than 100 feet like oil
derricks, pulled away from,; their
stations around the missile and
left it aiming skyward.
But nothing happened then.
It was the third !" unofficial re
port" in the last two weeks that
the Atlas would- be fired, v
; Rap. James T. Pattersoir (R--Cenn.)
pradietad last month that
the historic launching would take
place .'.tay 30 or 31.
A San Diego newspaper said the
firing was set for last Friday, then
postponed again until yesterday,
An eyewitness wno lives on tne
beach near the launching sites
said the Air Force made the cus
tomary Dreoaratlons yesterday for
the launching of a missile. Patrol
boats criis crossed the ocean in
front of the launching te..v -v.1!
Then, the observer said,- one py
one the 'big cranes arouna tne
missile 7 pulled, back like a- cOcoon
opening." leaving the big silver
missile, uncovered." 7 b.isJ$. r
H jiaicl the missile asneared to
be taller than a 150-foot light house
short distance away. s However,
the missile was perchered on a
launching ; pad which my have
been 50. feet high.
The 'Atlas was shaped like -a
"railroad tank car" with a blunt,
almost flat nose. He said it-ap
peared to, be about 100 fet .high
and aeour zu leei in ai a meter.
The Air Force has maintained
tight wcrecy on the Atlas. But
sources in Washington .' say tne
Uninvited Guest
TAIPEI, Tormosa, June 12
(UP) Lin Fu-chlen'a wedding
was Interrupted when his bride
complained of a "severe stomach
ache,'' It was reported, here to today.
day. today. V v
A few hours later the bride-to-be
gave birth to a OV-pouad
boy.

F1TE CENT

Pops In Jest;

Milel Range

iiussliB is uesiKiieu: w Mil -lartteis
S nft milM' imiv i iuli nf Hi
5,500 miles, awa
y
000 to jefiOO miles per hour. They
say it will reach a trajectory peak
of from 400 to 1,500 miles in outer
space before leveling off and drop
ping towara u target, iiKe an
artillery thell. i -f:-
It -was understood .the first test
would be designed to carry the
weapon; 2,200 -miles into the' At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic at a maximum height of 700
miles. -.-' i ''.,''
4lh Of July Group
Lacks $1,797 For
Independence Dayy
'The Pacific Side independence
jDay Celebration; committee is
witHln $1,797 of its goal of rais raising
ing raising $3,000- to pay for fireworks
and favors for children-4-, during
the Fourth of July."777f n.
- Th' financial accounting was
made by committee treasurer
George Case last night;. He made
his report after co-chairman
Emmett Zemer reported the
committee had obligated itself
to buying $1,200 worth of tire
works and $997 for favors for
the childmwt-;;; jf-'-if-'-
zemer reported tnai.tne -ia-
yors" would include 10,000 items,
such as flag, trinkets and other
items designed, to; appear to
youngsters; i 7. 7 777' ''.:i7.
Alfred J.' Gauvin committee
chairman; declared "we still have
a lone way to go'Mn meeting the
$3,000 goal. He said contributions
are 'beginning to roll in and urg urged
ed urged those present at the commit committee
tee committee meeting to renew their, ef efforts
forts efforts in selling x tickets to the
June 29 fund-raising dance at
the Fort Amador American Le-
trlon1 Club.. "' '.'
Gauvin announced that Air
Force Sgt. Robert J. Jacques of
the cocou: vfw post naa soia
175 tickets. '7
He also reported a number ofi
voluntary contributions includ
ing $60 by the VFW and a $100
contribution by Legion posi no.
1. A full list ot contributors is
being compiled. ;
' The Ft. Kobbe Officers-Wives
Organization reported selling 53
tickets and announced plans for
several social activities designed
to sell additional tickets., .f.
" Boys', and Girls' State repre representatives
sentatives representatives reported $153 in sales
and announced that they planned
a. concerted drive in the- near
future. 7 -. .' 7

TOKYO, June 12 (UP) And
then there was the woman who

was allergic to her husband. The
story came out today in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific edition the Stars and
Stripes, r
"Whenever her husband would
come near her she would break
out in a rash similar to poison
ivv." a doctor said. '
."When he is away tne rasn
Immediately clears up."
Air Force doctors have not
been able to determine the cause
but thev are now investigatine
the sergeant's hair oil and after aftershave
shave aftershave lotion as possible clue3 to
the myatery.
'Oriental Flu'
May Plague US
During Summer
WASHINGTON. June 12 (UP-
Scattered local epidemics of "O "O-riental
riental "O-riental flu" may break out in sev several
eral several parts of the United States
this summer But the nation is not
likely to have a major nationwide
epidemic until next fall or winter
ii then.
That is the present appraisal of
U.S; Public Health Service au
thorities keeping close watch on
the new strain of influenza virus
sweeping the-Far East. So far
there have been more than one
million; cases of flu. with a death
rate of about one, half of one per
cent in the epidemio which began
in Hong Kong in mtd-Apru.
The Public Health Service dis
closed Monday that U. d r u g
manufacturers have already de
veloped a vaccine against the new
type of. virus. Experimental lots
are being tested at the National
Institutes of Health here. Tests
will take from 10 days to two
weeks.,;,
If tha vaccina provat satisfac satisfactory,.
tory,. satisfactory,. Surgeon General La Roy H,
Burnay said tha Defense Depart Depart-ment
ment Depart-ment is "actively, considering"
placing orders, for about 4 mil million'
lion' million' shots. That' would be- more
than artouyh to Protacf all tha
2,800,00(1 U.S.: iarvicamn In this
Country' and abroad, .'1 Sv.
)' 7.-i ;'77.V. .f ' S-',V,
Burner laid that filling of the
military order would take full
production facilities, of six major
U.S. drug companies for at least
8 to weeks. Before then, he in
dicated, a decision will be
reached on whether mass pro production
duction production should continue to provide
vaccine lor' widespread 'civilian
inoculations.
f
i Officials
see no particular ur-
gency for
production of vaccine
for the civilian ooDulation. It is
extremely rare for any wide
spread outbreak Of flu to occur in
this country.,, during : summer
months. -.
-Most flu epidemics historically
have occurred between November
and March. One exception was
the "great pandemic" of. 1918-19
which began in Boston in Sen-
tember 1918 and spread like wild wildfire
fire wildfire until it hit nearly 30 per cent
of the population. That epidemic
claimed about 550,000 lives.
4 ,- l ,.
France's Cabinet
Crisis tEnds With
Nod For Bourses
PARIS. June H (UP) France's
22-day-old government crisis drew
towards a close today as Premier Premier-Designate
Designate Premier-Designate Maurice Bourges-Maun-oury
sought National Assembly
approval of his left of center
cabinet. ; ,. .... ;
The 42-ycar-old Bourges, defense
minister in the Mollet regime, is
thought certain to be invested by
the National Assembly when it
meets this afternoon. ;
Only a last-minute change of
heart by various parties coold
prevent him from becoming the
second youngest premier in French
history: Bat nuch a change of mind
was virtually excluded.
Weather Or Not)
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24, Hours ending a.m. today,
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FT. BRAGG, N.C.7 June

(UP) A tangled line pinioned a
paratrooper in the slipstream of
his plane for three hburs yester yester-day.,
day., yester-day., The man died while comr
rades tried to pull him to safety
and his lips ? formed the word
"please." 7- j, i
The airman, was left hanging
to the plane by' his. static line
which pulls the ripcord when he
made a "routine jump." He may
have "drowned" in .the sea of
rushing alrj; or ;been crushed a a-gainst.
gainst. a-gainst. the plane by the teiTific
pressure.His" parachute did not
open,- .-j..'-, 7
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-: He indicated 5; to crewmen
fighting frantically to haul
him- back aboard the troop
carrier plane that his helmet
strap was choking him.
A jet plane was sent aloft in a
rescue attempt 'and .nudged the
spread-eagled soldier 7 with its
wing-tip fuel tank in in effort to

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be pulled aboard.
"It was a 90-degree angle, and
we just couldn't get him up that
high," said Sgt. Salvador U U-Zamudlo
Zamudlo U-Zamudlo of San Antonio, Tek.,
engineer aboard the- troop-carrier.-,
v- .,"
"We had hold of himonce,"
Zamudlo said.; "One man. had
hold of each, of his hands and I
.grabbed, the back of his fatigues
but the slipstream was 30 strong
we' couldn't hold."-Zamudio said
the rescuers' hands were slippery
with sweat from exertion.'
He said the "weight;, was un
bearable" ; and the angle at
which 'the soldier's body was lo-
caiea-, irom me aoor ,: inaae
lmpossiblcVThe crewmen even
used a winch on the floor to try
to turn the rope tossed to the
daneline:. naratrooDer which he
tied about his own chest.' r -.
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loose as the plane "touched
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. down", on a foam-coatedf run

way at Pope Air ;Force Base.
Medical officers said the man
had died 30 minutes to" two
hours earlier. -. ' 7.
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-His- name ..was withheld tem
porarly. v i- ;
The "routine? training "jump :
of 36 paratroopers ct the XVIII
Corps over drop .. .zone "Saljerro
was made at 10:31a fcv and; the
plane landed at 1:35 p.m. r
' "When the drop was complete
I was" told by our engineer and
the No. 2 plane in our formation
that a paratrooper was hanging -from
the right side of' the air
crafty said- 1st Lt.,Thomas Ans-
berry,. the pilot 'and1 aircraft
commarider. ;! :i.--.lij
"He was hanging" by his statia
line,' said Ansberry. "I immedi- -ately
, dropped .flaps and slowed
to 68 to 70 knots to reduce' prop
wash and slipstream." The plane
climbed from 1,650 to SCQ feet
altitude. . V ; 1 -.
i The other three crew members' :
dropped a rope ;ut and the
trooper tied it around; his chesty ;
,i Ansberry,.', of ,Urbana, Ohio,
said. Jhe .feathered the. right en--gine
jto reduce prop waah fur
ther, buty"each attempt ta. geo
him .back in failed." An$bei-ry
was; given suggestions by ; Coi.
Theodore ; Kershaw, Popa AFB
commandant; : who Jwent to thev,
control tower; ..'- -.
.' "He talked to ust but he could
not hear; himself because of the
noise,' and it was mostly lip-
reading- and sign-, language,"
Zamudio-said. Zamudlo said he
tried ta rea'ch the helmet to re remove,
move, remove, it '.'but. J 'Just "ouida't
rh,Jli2!:iii';. v r
r;;-He said the roan's lips form- 1
ed the word "please" over and
vver.i7j7
' "He must have said "please' r-
hundred times,"' he said, "asking
us "please' get him. In: -the -plane,
We just'couldnVV' -,
The pilot of the Jet, flying di directly
rectly directly beneath the troop carrier.
and within six, feet of the io
tim.; radioed that he was uncon
scious or dead, He: had rfemained
conscious lor more than an hour
and ft half.-!"-.
Other crew men aboard were
Lt, John Havelinack, Two Rlv- r.
ers,' Wis., and .Airmen 2c George
Nash of paola, Kan, v i --
"We did everything we could,'
aid Ansberry. ., a.
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