The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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PANAMA, R. p, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957
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?cnnma

Mold $10,000 Bag

' An American who operated
transport service in Panama Ci
ty for the pasi. eigut mui.",
apparently skipped town two
wpckn atra. He owes .various
K..cino oMiMrm over 410.000.
. Richard Thorpe, owner v of
Equipos y Transportes, a firm
which carted merchandise back
and lorthV from tne interior w
xrama. amiarentlv closed shop
and stole out of town before his
various creditors. Decame awwc
of the situation,.
One day about two weeks ago
his place of business near the
Club Atlas; was closed, and he
had disappeared.
Stewart Guy, of Motores Guy
aid today that he was proba probably
bly probably Thorpe's '"last victim." He
said that within the, course- of
six months he had s repaired
several of Thorpe's trucks, W
the tune of about $300. Then
two weeks ago, the American
came In begging for. a cash
loan because he claimed he -needed
a "'serious "operation."
He told Guy that he was slat slated
ed slated to pick up a "big sum,", of
mio 1 in' pnuaaeiuuuiv-.?.
would pay the .mechanic back at
that time.. ' -'
Guy lent him $500, addition
to the $300 owed him for repair
work. About 10 days agd, Guy re received
ceived received a phone call from Mexico
xt via Thome nleadinz lOf
more money. He said that; he
was so sick on the plane ha was
.v.. off t Mexico City and
put in -a hospital. He .told Guy
that he had cashed in -his plan?
Ex-Con llclil Fcrit Fcrit-n.v
n.v Fcrit-n.v -,,px T!:;:i;
$2,0 C;:i S:l
' One ol two recent burglaries on
mUitary posts was apparently solv
ed todsy when Canal Zone police
arrested -Joseph B. Worrell, and
charged him with burglarizing the
Rodman Post Exchange. --,
The burglary, which involves the
theft of between $2,000 and $5,000
worth of merchandise occurred
on May 28, when the retail store
e-f the Navy exchange was enter entered
ed entered and jewelry, clothing and oth other,
er, other, items were taken,- ;
' Because recent Change Change-ever
ever Change-ever In Personnel at the post ex.
change; we difficult for Na Navy
vy Navy officials to an exect va value
lue value to merchandise stolen, but it
wis reported that an inventory
hewed a shortage-of close to
$5,000. v ,, r.'.,: v'l;":. ;..,.-'
Worrell, a. 28-year-old unemploy unemployed
ed unemployed Panamanian is a former con convict,
vict, convict, who in 1951 served a one one-year
year one-year penitentiary ',. sentence for
grand larceny of the La Boca Club Clubhouse.
house. Clubhouse. ; : I : e-
,The case today was bound ov over
er over to District Court in Ancon, and
bail Of $2,000 was set.
A detective stated in court that
about $400 worth of merchandise
bas been recovered.
The second burglary- on a mili military
tary military reservation occurred early
Sunday morning, June 8, when the
Ft. Kbbe Officers' Open Mess
wag Entered. About $1,200 was stol stolen
en stolen from a closed safe there. No ar
rests ia this case have been made
as yet.
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: Creditors

ticket to pay his hospital bill,
nnri was now brokke. f
finv said he exDlained that he
himself was strapped for cash,
and couldn't extend any more
loans.' That was the last he
hoarH trnm the American.!
Meanwhile it was learned that
the firm of Unicaf Co., which
sells Volkswagens : in Panama,
ho reared an embargo on
Thorpe's firm, claiming that he
owes $5,536 for repairs to three
trucks which were given him on
credit, and for which he never
paid. ,-
1 Alberto Martinet, a lawyer
representing the firm .said to-
day that the three trucks have
been repossessed, but that
they were found to be In "ter "terrible
rible "terrible condition," One is com-,
pletely destroyed he said. They
were given to Thorpe on April
4, 1956, and to date he had
only paid ; in one-third the
valuev t t hy
f. Thome, it is understood, is al
so about six months irf arrears
nf hit rent both for his Office
and his residence. It could not
be learned exactly how much he
owed, but it is believed to run
close to $1,500, i
' Several customers who, used
his transport service during the
past several months said that
Thorpe had claimed everything
he ; carted up. to the Interior is
insured. t,'?; eM;--';:.. W-i--. ..
This proved to untrue aft after
er after a few customers tried to 'bit
In claims for -damaged merchan merchandise
dise merchandise They were informed by the
Sanders Insurance- Agency on
Tivoll Avenue (where he' said Tae
was insured) that Thorpe .had
never carried: tr.."i t; of "hwr-'
anceTne company
panrelled his AUto DOllcieSPS Of
Monday, June lC
Thome, it is understoodcame
here originally on a tourist visa
which listed him as an engineer,
Gov. Pc::;r Flioj
Sunday To Alien d
Cc n 5 rcss 1 1 czrlngs f
Gov. W. E.lPofler will leave the
Isthmus Sunday night to ; attend
Congressional hearings ui Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C., next week on pending
Wislation to imolement various
provisions f the 1955 Treaty.
h nlans to attend the Fathers.
Day observance Sunday afternoon
in Paraiso but other engagements
for the coming week have been
canceled, including the two. con
ferences with Civic Council groups
scheduled for next Wednesday and
Friday. He expects to return to the
Canal- Zone wiinra doui -wees.
Attending the treaty legislaUon
hearings with Potter will be Phi Philip
lip Philip L. Steers,- Jr, comptroller,
and E. A. Doolan, personnel di director.
rector. director. Doolan is already in the
States and will join Potter, and
Steers in Washington. r.
Also assisting the governor cur curing
ing curing the hearings will.be'W. M.
Wnifman. secretary of thePana-
mi Canal Co.. who has been close-
'during and since its negotiation.
::s on Di-
tl-uerra is
j trip tj
fi in
D3r;m
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Lcr.ln Escape Cab
Ocl::rncd To Reds
At Finn Ceremony
HELSINKI. June 13 (UP) The
American-made locomotive in
which V. I. Lenin escaped ille illegally
gally illegally from Russia to Finland in
1917 was returned to the Soviets
at a ceremony here today. '.,;-!
soviet Par ty Chief Nlkita
Khrushchev, disdaining the of
fer of a pair ot gloves to Keep
his hands clean, personally
mounted the cab of the locomo locomotivenumber
tivenumber locomotivenumber .293 built in Rich Richmond,,
mond,, Richmond,, V. It still has its U. S.
maker a plate.
Lenin escaped to Finland In
the engine during one stage of
the Russian revolution. It has
remained in Finland since.
-The Finnish government turn turned
ed turned it back to he U.S.Sit. today
as a eesture of friendship in
connection with the state .visit
here of Khrushchev and Soviet
Premier lkoiai jsuiganin. ,:
temia's Curiosity
Costs $25; Peace, ,;
01 Crii!ob:l Broieri
Curiosity didn't kill the cat to-
dayr but it got an American sea
man into trouDie.
it .11 started because -Jacques I
Gilds got loo curious early this
morning at the boathouse. inside
the Cristobal Piet.
. Seems the 34-year-oia American
started asking a lot of ; quesuons.
of dockmaster Cari BreitenDacn,
who felt the seaman had no right
to this information.
Wheff Gilds'- manner Decame
Tnud and boisterous, a "policeman
had t he rslled ln.to,JfbdH.him(rt
v in Cristoual MaKistrate's court
later, he -was fined $23 for disturb
ing the peace.. i
ifhe incident! ocurred at: about
S arm. Gilds is a seaman, on the
Gulf Merchant, tied, up afc Cristo-
bal,.-.;.iiv.'v.yf7v
Peggyoyc Bows
Out ;iWas Former;
anities'Sfar : ;
' NEW YORK, June 13 (UP) w
Peggy Hopkins Joyce, former star
of the Ziegfeld Follies : and, the
Earl Carroll Vanities,, died ; last
night at the Memorial Center for
cancer and allied diseases. She
was 69.'--i 1 Cv-,' W V
Miss Joyce. whose .oeauty I and
charms made her an international
fiffurn in. the nineteen twenties -and
thirties,' had entered the hospital
on June It : . ;

Chicago Praised For Starting
Big Peacetime Nuclear Plant

MORRIS.' 111.: June 13 (UP) I
Major construction began today
on a huge nuclear power reactor,,
probably -the world's largest,
which will be creating power for,
Chicago by I960. ;
Leaders of the nation's atom
ic program, gathered here for
the ceremonies, hailed the reac reactor
tor reactor as a major achievement In
the strueele to turn nuclear
power to peaceful purposes.
They prauea cemmonweaim
Edison Co. which will own and
operate the 45 millioa dollar
plant, and General Electrie
Co, which Is Installing It, for
roing- ahead with the project
despite eoafasion about the
nation's atomic policies in
Washington,'
The reactor." known as the
Dresden Nuclear Power Station,
will be the largest of its kind In
the VS. It will go up in farm
and pasture land 60 miles south southwest
west southwest of Chicago near the meet meeting
ing meeting point of the Kankakee and
D s plaines rivers. The site was
selected because there are no
heavily populated areas nearby.
By 1950, the Dresden station
wUl have a power of 180.000 kil kilowatts,
owatts, kilowatts, enough to provide the
entire power needs of a city of
250,0000 persons. Its power will
be used to provide electricity for
homes, farms and industries la
Cnicsgo and northern Illinois.
The reactor Is modeled after
the new bokizg water reactor!
wrdrb was recently put to work
sur-'vicz power for the Atomic
Argonne ;
vatior.al Laboratory

RECEIVES DIPLOMA Samuel Ei Cedent A. of, Panama re received
ceived received bis diploma from'MaJ. Gen. Truman H. tandon, com commander
mander commander of the Caribbean lAir Command this morning ror sue
cessfulfy completing' the live months training course at the
ttcai! s,.hnni for i.fttiir America" at Albrook Air Force Base.

Cedeno was one of the lStudents from Panama" who received'

diplomas during the graduation exercise. jjun nana u con congratulate
gratulate congratulate the students from Panama was U. -Col. Carlos AroT
. semena (left) of thV Panama Rational Guard.
: V; (Official USAF Photo)

Mayflow
I 1
To-Plymouth'
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pT.viwnTlTH. Mass,. June 13
(UP) The Mayflowef It tied .up
near Plymouth Rock today,: com completing
pleting completing a 54-day, trip from Ply
mouth, England. ;
The doughty pilgrim .replica -ship
t ii:48 a.m about 300
' from America's most farn
ous rock where the pilgrims first
landed in lezo,; ,v :s ; v.;
Th erow was to take part in
re-creation of, the pilgrims' arriv
al here, v ? r Si . fW:-
V The Coatf Guard cotter Yank Yankton'
ton' Yankton' mt the', little wooden hip,
at the harbor entrance end, tow
mJ ki Into sort. -'' !' ',"
: One slight accident nccurred le le-tnre
tnre le-tnre the moorine. Th Yankton ran
iloneside the : historic ship off
Jacquish Head -to pick op the tow
Une. At this point the Yankton's
stubby, mast caught in theropes
m tne Maynowrs- -ipirnvnu'
thirds of a block wide and:
supported by 20 55-foet-higa.
ateel pillars, will enclose' the
reactor to prevent seepage ot
radioactive vapors. .,
The reactor -will be powered
by enriched uranium -eo ton of
it over a six-year period as com compared
pared compared with the. three million
tons of coal which would be
needed for a conventional power
station of similar size. '. v"
About 400 persons gathered at
the site today to watch the sym symbolic
bolic symbolic placement of the first Of
the ateel pillars.
Some 600 construction labor laborers
ers laborers paused only briefly in their
work to watch the ceremony.
Speakers Included Rep. Carl
Durham (D-N.C), chairman of
the Joint Congressional Com
mittee on Atomic Energy,-, and
Thomas E. Murray, member of
the Atomic Energy Commission.
Durham said "it is no secret
that the joint committee would
like to see more of these proto prototype
type prototype power reactors. Unfortu Unfortunately,
nately, Unfortunately, some difference of philo philosophy...
sophy... philosophy... got into the way of
practical realities."
' He praised Commonwealth
for "moving ahead with the
project, evee in tbe face of
legislative neertainUes."
Murray urged immediate con construction
struction construction of two or three similar
reactors, to be financed 1 part
by government funds If necessary.-
"Without nuclear power, this na nation
tion nation cannot hope to fulfill those
responsibilities which

at Lemont.'from the present and mounting I dent w t t--
- t-- UhortsiM of powt UirouiaoutlHoo e."

Pi:
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Byl4;Days
4
4
a squarerigged sail under her
bow. i i i
- Crewmen from both Ships, clam clambered
bered clambered into the rigging and pulled
the ropes free,. Aoer, that: it was
smooth going.-.-
' Some of the edge wss taken off
the -Plymouth reception at Prov Prov-incetowrt
incetowrt Prov-incetowrt yesterday. The square-
rigged bark baited there to re-en
act the signing of the Mayflower
compact,, just as, the Founding
was virtually ; commandered by
eager tourists. : ...
"We thank for for no accidents,
good weather and a good cres,'
said the Mayflower's skipper.'
Cspt.. Alan VUliers,' after the 93 93-foot
foot 93-foot replica pilgrim ship- tied upi
at a Duoy in rrovincetown naroor.
, Villiers- told reporters via ship-
to-shorr"telephone yesterday the
Mayflower was. "lucky" to com
plete the 5,400 mile voyage.-' i
Asked u .ne was happy to reach
American shores, '' ho '. replied,
"You're darned right 1 am."
Sirens,' church bells and whistles
sounded from the .shore-when the
Mayflower sailed into port to beat
by 14 days the original Mayflower
which took a shorter and different
route in 1620 V ..-
Thousands of Capo Coddors ana
tourists iammod tho shores tor
glimpse of the -. rugg-d -craft -'
which Mt out frortt England last
April 20, as a British goodwill
gosturo to tho United States.'
. The .Mayflower appeared, to'
'.c 4 Con tinned ea Par.

Truly Superstitious

Foreseen Ike's Upset

By MERRIMAN SMITH
WASHINGTON, June i3 (V?h (V?h-BackaUir
BackaUir (V?h-BackaUir at the White House:
A truly superstitious individual
could have iorecast President Li Li-seshower'a
seshower'a Li-seshower'a Ulneis this week.
When he was at American Uni Uni-vershy
vershy Uni-vershy Sunday night to receive
his honorary degree, the massive
presidential seal fell from the
speaker's stand and smashed to
pieces on a platform a few feet
from Eisenhower.
For the more practical, tho
men petrd In another direc
fion. The V. hits House shortly
will Stop utng tho if Blatter
oals et tn ite of pmi6n-'
till apprrvcx end shrft te en
unbrakt olactic oroduct.
It is !: r,ry to" display the
seal of the i i tiideat on a speak speaker's
er's speaker's plativrr,) or banquet Bead ta tabic
bic tabic over- t ;t e tbe Chief Execu Executive
tive Executive spciti i.,;iiue' the Wkite
Hooe. --.
Within a re pt of minu(e sfl-

derlve,erthe sl n broken the Pre-

t the White
"ij." Gen. Howard

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
THE PANAMA Chamber of
Commerce yesterday branded the
government's action m banning
further. Imports of 95 octane
gasoline as "illogical.". - , r.
m a letter to Manuel Pino, di
rector of the Price 'i Regulating
Office, Gustavo Trius, president
of' the- chamber, asked Pino to
reconsider his i decision to limit
future Imports and permit the
high-test gasoline to continue
beinK available to owners of
high-priced cars after' present
supplies have been aepietea.
The letter came shortly aft-
er Pine's office approved the
Importation of a supply of 95
octane gasoline by the Union
Oil Co the only one of the
four gasoline distributing firms
which did not have the 95 oc octane
tane octane gasoline on the market or
on order.' 'V ,-,
.v w ; t'
, 'V-
Mavor'Jose Caiar Escala 1 fi
nally won approval last nlgltt of
his proposal to challenge the
validity of contract awarded, to
the firm-which ooerates Pana
ma City parking meters by the
last Municipal Council, v
After- falling to get a lear
majority In favor of the propos proposal,
al, proposal, last night the Municipal
Council unanimously approved
the hiring of a private lawyer
to' challenge .-the. contract In
court.' i T- 1
a siu for the relocation of the
ammunition dump at Old Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, was inspected yesterday by
a committee named by the Min Ministry
istry Ministry of Government and Justine.
The site chosen by the group
11 located In Chllibre, about 14
miles from Panama City.
Syrian President
Meets Vilh Nasser
On Jordan Crisis
catro. June 13 (UP) Syrian
President Shukrl EI Kuwatiy
flew here today from Alexandria
and met immediately witn Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser for talks believed to center
on the current diplomatic crisis
between Egypt and Jordan. ;
Todav's meeting with Nasser
was Kuwatly'a third since he ar
rived in' Egypt Friday for con consultations
sultations consultations and a .live-day medi medical
cal medical check-up. at Alexandria. r
Informed source said the
main topic of the two- leaders'
previous meetings was the wors worsening
ening worsening relations between Cairo
and Amman and the effect of
the crisis on the Arab "neutral "neutralist
ist "neutralist bloc" ; -f T 7
Yesterday. In Damascus. Syr
ian Premier Sabri El Assail call called
ed called for efforts to patch up the
Egyptian Jordanian rift and j
preserve Arab unity.
-once to treat her ailing husband.
One news photogrsph made of

the President at tbe University
ceremony Sunday night showed
him standing rather grave faced
with one fist clinched tightly.
ven at that moment, be must
have been fighting back the nau nausea
sea nausea that made him so painfully
uncomfortable later in the night.
Probably the group most disap disappointed
pointed disappointed ever tbe President's ill illness
ness illness wss Sen. Fritx Lswsets snd
a group of fellow lawmakers from
the legislative assembly of the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands. -
Tbey were waiting in tie ante anteroom
room anteroom outside the President's of office
fice office Monday morning as his first
callers of the day. One of the
Senators even brought along : a
bottle of prime Virgin Islands ram
as a gift tor the Chief Executive.
Jwf when they exoectod re
uthart J into tho retidonr's
fie, teernard Shaniey, lisew lisew-hewor's
hewor's lisew-hewor's appointment socrrtary,
came Into the room and told the
4JeHeft that the Proaioont ;
was twdn ed ond their meet j
was of.
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Waters

Guni Into Plav

WASHINGTON, June. 13 (UP)- The U.S; Havy said
today a carrier-based Navy plane which was hit by Chi Chinese,
nese, Chinese, Comnfiunists anti-aircraft batreriesToff the China
coast Vas only slightly damaged and that no one wasliurt.
t ; The Peiping radio, heard in Tokyo yesterday, charg charged
ed charged that U.S. and Nationalist Chinese planes had "invad "invaded"
ed" "invaded" Communist waters off the South China coast. It claim claimed
ed claimed that two Nationalist fighters were shot down in addi addition
tion addition to the U.S. Navy plane.- v
- The Navy said the incident "occurred in hazy weath weather
er weather and it appears that the aircraft concerned was to the

westward of its plotted position, being about eight miles

ort tnc tousr wnen it was urea upon. 1 r

it said the incident occurred
about 1 a.m.v or 4 p.m., local
time yesterday in the Formosa
Straits area. The plane was on a
routine training flight, from the
Carrier ftornet. v. 1. 1
The plane was on a northeas northeasterly
terly northeasterly course when the Commu Communist
nist Communist guns opened fire, It said,
and "immediately. c h a n g e d
I course to the eastward." It add
ed that damfi"e ,t9 the plane
was- minor and" there "were no
personnel Injuries."" 1 --rr' Vj
' The Navy did not Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately identify the type ef piano
nor. its crew members. It said
Man Who Ren Amok
In La Boca Slips
Oul Of Corozal
Canal Zone authorities today
were looking, for an Inmate of
Corozal Hospital who made his
second escape within a month
yesterday.
i A report stated that .Lincoln
Greaves, a 24-year-oia pana
manian, last seen wearing a blue
denim hospital uniform, escaped
from the hospital at about 6:30
n.m. vesterdav. t
The escapee weighs 170 bounas
and is six feet talL they said. It
was; presumed that the Inmate
climbed over the cyclone fence
surrounding the grounds In the
same manner that he escaped a
month ago. .
Greaves is understood to be
the man who ran amok in La
Boca ; Service center several
months aeo. friehtenlne employ
es and tipping over hot food
before he was caught by Canal
Zone police. -v -.
After observation at Gorges,
he was committed to Corozal ma
Insane.,'!.',:: v-'
Could 've
Stomach1
landers did not disclose the situa situation
tion situation before the White House was
ready to announce K, they were
carefully ushered out a side door
not being wstched at the time by
reporters and tbey were told to
keep quiet.
Press Secretary James C. Ha Ha-gerty
gerty Ha-gerty announced the President's
illness,, about 50 minutes later.
The President's doctors believe
that his upset was due in part to
partaking toe heavily of pastries
and desserts, along with some oth other
er other foods a bit too rich for his
somewhat restricted diet.
Hsgerty was asked the other
day whether Eisenhower wis par particularly
ticularly particularly fond ef pastries snd des desserts.
serts. desserts. "Of course," Hagerty said.
"Who isn't particularly wh-n
you're not supposed to have 'em."
'The Prttidcrit's "home tis"
of Gettysburg, Pa., is a boot U re receive
ceive receive a present. This Sanity, n
Colleg;al Society f t Harf r.n -t-
erans cr if z ttawrii e! h ,-;

riaa or-r n- ,;! pr"t tt '
ty a f 1 I"; pnfjtJ. ef v
chief o' .'- a.

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Red

ver
it was Investigating tne inci incident
dent incident further.
American aircraft generally
have been cautioned by U.S. au-
thorltles to stay clear' of com communist
munist communist territory. While the- UJS.
claims jurisdiction out to the
three mile limit, the Commun Communis
is Communis claim control much further
Into .the sea, '" 4

A Wavy spokesman 'made clear i
that the Uil. considered the j,
carrier-based plane-to be 111 in-"
temational waters whrn '. t
Communists fired on It. He said
"waterg three miles from a na nation
tion nation are considered Internationa)
waters,",. .;, ?',,'
A U.S. Navy patrol craft waa

shot down by Red Chinese planet
last Aug..- 23 about 160 miles
north or Formosa. The Navy
said that plane was operating 32
miles off the Red Chinese coast coastline.
line. coastline. The United States demand
ed compensation but the Chi
nese refused to pay. , v ;
Doardiaig Pcrsc:r.:l
Urged To Ob!:!.T ;
SrnaliFwXVfcCcBv
EmDloves oof -the Marine Bo-
reau and Health Bureau who board.
ships or come in contract .with-r
ships' personnel are being urged, ;
to obtain a smallpox vaccination.,
if they have not received one with-
in the past year.-
- In a jneraorandum to tbe Ms-
rine Buresu, Dr. E. R Osterberg
chief of the Division of Preven-,
tive Medicine and Quarantine; urg
ed that the vaccinations be obtain-'
ed in view of the presence of
smallpox in Italy and In. severs
countries ia South America- A
sia and Africa. v
The memorandbm was directed'
to such Canal personnel as pilots,
boarding oficers, admeasurers
line handlers and dock employes
Recently the Health Bureau con,
ducted a Canal Zone-wide small
dox vsccinatioa ororram. the goal!
of which was up-to-date immuniie-
timi against smallpox otall thoif'
eligible for medical care ia the,,
Canal Zone. : -m
Adult residents of the Canal
Zone were urged to check their
smallpox vaccination immunization
records and obtain. a smallpox"
vacination if they had not reeeir-'
ed one in the past three years.
Thhe last general smallpox vae-.
rinalioa program in the Canal
Zone was conducted in 1951., ,.
Tight Rays ;:
Stcrilty Charge; J
Lacks Backing
WASHLNCTON, June U (tTV (tTV-Te
Te (tTV-Te Army said todsy it hss receiv received
ed received no complaints so far from ex ex-GI's
GI's ex-GI's eharguig they were mjt
atenle by a mysterious Minding
hfht during World Wsr IL
A spokesman made the state statement
ment statement iq response to inquiries -Uut
s copyrighted report ia V.
.f oik L.iy News that tne Ar Ar-nr
nr Ar-nr j vas asked yetterdsy to icvt

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V"'i'am' ah American male;' 12 years of age. I'atdttoKm'
Elementary School In Fairfield Ala. My orite subjectg school
is social studies. I enjoy learning the problems of otner coun
tries, toelr people, religion l W

My noDDy IS correapoiiainn wtw vu..v vi
oth U i have 15 Pn friends. Jhey

Tamntci the virgin lsianas. iiu wf '' t ;
Hawaii BCaIda. Mco the Marshall Islands, Samoa. Morocco

and Johannesburg,- South Africa. 4 d
I would .like to exchange some of my WK. Sd

addresses wn me youuurui ucJai'.r"."'
in turn I would enpy corresponding yjgj p,r(l.m, Jr.
' ; f 846 60th Street
t,,'t"' i Fairfield, Alabama
TOO FAMILIAR?
;'sir: J Z 'Z..ZZ'
Working on Pedro Miguel locks Is a labor foreman whose
name should be "Like To Touch." t tl
He is always touching you, and acts ratter strange at times.
Perhaps he is mentally ill; people should beware of Wm.

AGREE WITH JUDGE

Sir:

To this law-abiding resident of a Canal Zone latin Amer American
ican American commurJt? I heartily rXJSi
the officer of the law who, was forced -to protect Wmsrwruie
Performing his duty, I believe though the J"' Jl
fleer should be given some reprtoand by hU superiors lor he

acted wnnout wot in wiw s
I am in position to say

many of his like wno are ie suuiw w w "-ff'r1:icnr4t
woe i be the loTof any superior or anyone vwtedwlto authority
who tries to correct their wayward "&'wJe1,J?
- are. pounced upon by cantankerous parents whose first cry n
"You doan' like me chile. Who you tink you Is. .nf,p, ind
This ory is often heard in the schools, service centers and
.att7 nj tpaphers and public servants are "put in dem place
of lwVA7ti',b, .everar self-respecting

l suDsequem nircwujo ...
1 trom Canal Zone residence

ing them bad habits.

; BOUQUETS AND BEEFS
1 t wnuld like to use thla media to compliment and to critl-
in Zmtykti cttltMy contributed ertatty to the success .ot
to&ATwe carinot overlook the Une jud?ej. Harnej Jt aoj
Ti,mn who are contributlnr time and effort in aft attempt tc
ahow anpears .to be enjoying every minute of IV. I know nv
77 "elefie,heddwlth the bououet. and now the cornea i out
It reX is no criticism a(finst the program, lust WW
" t .houM sav lack of nubile tv the wroirram Is receiving, ginee
htu into 3n2m contest, why not pictures lr
fhVlWmf Mwsnaper. of the weekly winner, with jnnourc
ments of the ruriners-up? Everyone likes to see Uijr
name tn print Some of the boys 4 Tlll
'TV aeta have never heard of the contest. Surely, the b1
aMdea is to advertise! So let's get to work on the publldt7
angle and put the Teenage n11-

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HAPPY HELICOPTER Dont "'T1
Kscb uVm -Henry tha Helicopter" dancing a Jig. U s etrieUy
llptSate, hrtuM -Haory.- bin ffad a drmk U Attante,
Ca, by pilot Cecil Williams, of Uunl. M, (tolling) and
VerdaU 6c.-tc of Biorm like, Iowa, ketones to the Army
HUeoptT PrecUien night Team, Tha group ta touring the
rounbr dsmr.ttsi j.f lr manauvermbitty ef the tying "wiM "wiM-trulU."
trulU." "wiM-trulU." H.t-r t of t enuiing M-ajunut acroUuc act is
VDter souArt Cir.ce,

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";"51MV"V." ""v here are
-bred for in my town .to are
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law-Abidlng
A Teenage Motbe'
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Now and Then

By, CREDI CALHOUN at al
Tha New Fifth Amendment
Government officials cannot Invoke-
the Fifth Amendment: of the
U.S. Constitution is refusing to
asswer questions from Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen : and Congressional Commit Committees
tees Committees that might tend to reflect un unfavorably
favorably unfavorably on the present adminis
tration.
They can and do invoke "Exe
cutive Privileae" which is de
scribed as the- right of officials of
the Executive Department to re refuse
fuse refuse to tell Congress the details of
their conferences with one snotn snotn-er.
er. snotn-er. 11 they want to keep anything
from Congress or the press Sher-
mtn Adams can discuss u wiu
Jim Hagerty and it comes under
the rule or .Executive rnvuege.
Gordon Gray, head of the Office
rA ripfenso Mnhilizatinn. invoked
the "privilege" eleven times re re-irentlv
irentlv re-irentlv when Questioned about the
quick tax;; write-off of $65,ooo,ooo
he has granted to tne idano row rower
er rower Company ; m connection with
h huiMins nf .nrivate dams on
I the Snake River along the Idaho-
j uregon ooruer. , .. t f, c
TW pnn'trarf flir the' dams Is
what President Eiseshower calls
m nartnnr&hin between the Deoole
oi the communities concerned and
priyate power companies, ine peo people
ple people pay and the power companies
collect. Incidentally ninety per
rant of the tock of the Idaho
Power Company is owned East ot
Chicago and tne nome omce w
Augusta, Maine.
"Hi Pardner!"
PIACI AND FRIIDOM
There can be no lasting peace
in America, unless there is peace
in the world. Ana mere ww ue
peace in th- world only when we
nere in Aineuta i"uvc
dom mean, what we say It',,
"We must show that freedom is
. .orv.nt f th noir. for most
tha
of the world is poor that it pro
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tects change, for most ot tne
world is in revolution that it is
not color blind for humanity
knows no color lines.
We must prove that freedom
contains the full meeswv jus justice
tice justice without which, it could be
freedom for the strong to oppress
the weak,'
Adlal Stevenson
FREEDOM IN
SANTO DOMINGO
i. l .;- .v a?- v
"The Isbsolute Tuler ter the t0H
minican Republic is Gener&ussimo
(Rafael L.) Trujillo. who has been
dictator for 27 years. There is no
head of state in the world who
has such complete tyranny, mere
is no people in the world with leti
freedom than tha Dominicnss."
Editorial, New York Times.
Recently, Hector B. Trujillo was
re-elected for a second term of
five years as President, in a "fair
and free" election.
Any cltiren of the Republic
was tree to vote tor nacror a.
Trujillo. There was no opposition
candidate.
Every vote cast in the
election
was counted nonesuy, aa vrr
vote was for Hector, brother and
stooge of thb Generaliaiimo.
HOMAGE
rii davntinn n nuiSa Whose
does not? to the, master musician
and voice of free raaakind, Pablo
Casals, stricken in ma eigniy-nrst
year, on the eve of the musical
festival that he was to conduct in
Puerto Rice.
As all the world knows, Cassis
nnri4 hit nublic musie-mak-
lisg for many years la solemn pro
test against dictator rraqco s oe oe-struction
struction oe-struction of the liberties of his
k..l..4 Wi think Ai' him also.
tnougn, as me jvuam wawwu"
who almost nau e etoiuri erui
imposed on nuneu n umuar wi
silence until he had fully ster ster-ed
ed ster-ed Bach's six sonatas for 'ceUe a a-lone
lone a-lone the most demanding works
ever written for the instrument.
Hia mm ef responsibility and
love for his fellow r c- has been
enislled only by His oevouon w
his art. He hss been as bold ; a a-cainst
cainst a-cainst bad playing as he has a-
.ir Kail nnlitics. A feneTStlOB
of master stuuenta una pvwn
keeping in mind nis injuncuon,
i"U faut attaquer la corde.V Vigor
. j.latt nv DHB I11M waicn-
wordseven when using the ulti-
mate wespoa ot auence.

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Walter Winchell 1 n

MAN ABOUT TOWN
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rnnc. rn, ;.r r ..
WUVU U1B WWW kUURI "iv
xpected here this month. Swank
set hostesses are tripping over
1- 1 L- 1 1 UJ X..
ties. .Edith Piaf, divorced, in Chi'
cago, recently, is getting consola consolation
tion consolation from Chicago pianist Gilman
Barbo. .The ex-Mr j. Jack Lem Lem-mon
mon Lem-mon and actor Cliff Robertson de decided
cided decided to merge at the end of the
month. .Claude Bains, top flight
stage and screen star, is at Vet Veteran
eran Veteran Hospital, Coateiville, Pa. .
Hollywood's Don Taylor has a new
thrill. Jane Russell's Gorgeous
blonde sec'y. .The Count Basiei,
who reconciled not long ago, are
poutink? again. ."Follies" dolly
Barbara Hall (currently doing
Shakespeare on the $84,000 Quus Quus-tioni.
tioni. Quus-tioni. and Ken Strong, the dancer,,
are c blazing. JHarry 'Belaf ante's
ex-wife is trying to douse her
torch for him by dating the Shan
of Pakistan. .The fate of NBC's
"Tonight" program will be decid decided
ed decided tomorrow, T
Billy Oraham's crusade (to save
New York from sin) apparently
has clicked. Midtowa bookstores
report the biggest demand for the
Bible in, years.-. .Will Jordan, the
comic, and Robin Loring, the
scripter, were Topic A at the Em Em-bers.
bers. Em-bers. .Was that Gene Tierney
with Count Jose Dorelis at Cham Cham-bord?.
bord?. Cham-bord?. .The rumors that Father
uivma was "secretly" dead are
blamed on Daddy Grace, one nf
ns competitors. ."The Search
tor urtdey Murphy" is really over,
s can oe oougnt for w cents

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Thanks to its 28 jewels, the mobile parts of the new
Movado Automatic 431 turn with no more friction
than if they were floating In space. : h

' la thla way an wear and tear la
. p radically eliminated' for the saee
Otlhe43l. ". :''
. Besides the elastic'. eSa device
' protects the centre of the rotor
from shocks. f ;
Ar0 grtateat securtty ef alt. the
aTranaata waterproof system ot the -'
ettta tiae given BrlL'iant proof of
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iAr-'cimcAi avinui, FAiutis

I. Give You a Man Who

the 5th hand stores along 6th Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. .Ingrid Bergman is so up upset
set upset at U.S. newspapers for break-
ln the scandal in B 6 m b a y
friends believe she will, change her
mind about returning to H'wood to
star in Remarque's "A Time to
Love. A Time to Die". . .Econo
mic expert Beardsley Ruml if ve-1
ry iu. '-.:
Caohia Lmvn'i lean tn Stardom
r 7 . 1
wAmalrohla nman .mil I A a tl
she got an extra's pay in MGM's
"Quo Vadis" (in Italy) S years a a-go.
go. a-go. ,, .Mrrs. Mike Todd V parents
just celebrated their 30th aiinyy,
..Socialite J.-Piatt White and li lily
ly lily Lodge, lovely dghtr' of the Am Am-basador,
basador, Am-basador, stole the show at John
ny s Trinidad with their good
looks. . Lena Home's starrer 'Ja-
maica" is erpected to be the first
show. in. years t enjof a million
dollar advance sale' if .Resort iho-.
tel owners had a Very bad Decor
ration. Pay weekend,; Little biz.
They Canceled shows. right and
left making performers the big
losers. .Alan Dale, tne larx, and
cutie Sondra Morrison have con convinced
vinced convinced the Cerutti Nick Bonney,
and oriole Berri Blair plan a July
wedding. .. .Columbia Records and
Cugst are divorced. A stormy
scene.
Frank Cotelo's weuld-be assas assassin
sin assassin (Aecordini te jpollco talk) did
speak before shooting him. Tha
quota: "Hallo, Frank. I got some something
thing something for you", .Bandleader Illi Illinois
nois Illinois Jacqvet and hie wife recon reconciled
ciled reconciled after 4 months of epartache.
They are back at their St. Albans
manse. .Hope Hampton's new
infavorite fella is Harold Bremel ef
Its worth In crossing the Atlantic.
,i t c
e3i a: sold if et, da luxe dial,
atoeaj (Klngmatiaa "
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A eempltte series ef official rating ;
certificates artth the meniiofi irtsutts
particularly eaoda show to how fine
a degree ef precision the s43icn
be regulated. ' - s
Q) Automatle

New York

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Detroit. They had the Voyager
Koom bunch assnmliig v).mt-K any
rate. .Tha Itama ransfinTk Jlffi
Webb and Jacqueline Cwgnery
merging soon are premature. He
won t, be free for ejulte a t P o 1 1.
. ..rry n.urr, tne announced lead
for "ost side Story' was a cher-
v wr in mr. wonderful" only
0 months ago. .Gladys Swarth-
Ollt. racUDiaratlria ln haa ......
ry has been cautioned against re-
auming nor operatic wr. .The
Karm wuarter's Chie Jamaa was
recently divorced. Her m e t h r
(Barbara ..Stanwyck's lookalike)
married Robert Kane, and exec
est' week, if-'-, .; -r;
Former rha
is another who learned his. fickle
mu wwwrs. caja get.
The phone Just stopped, ringing.
Pi,e PS1 brothep-, ."Lucxy"
Quarter beUe, and a young psy-
out m name." she urged, "it
mieht iinsat Lm fLr".r
lands roving eye has caught Mar-
"". """lesions, one WUl soon be
20. .'.Director James Wales' death
or drownins fin UAiivuuvi
was attributed to a heart condi-
,J'-V1IW Ponce are not, to gure.
iey hear some of his very queer
f. -lends owned him about WOO.OOO.
I The aime i PatlnaJoanW 43 e n n-neUy
neUy n-neUy ivorce settlement ) will ; be
t ompleted nxt month at., Zurich.
lnsjders gay she will collect plenty
f his Bolivian tin millions. .So .So-IcletV
IcletV .So-IcletV wonders if An-lai Ann rAt
hy (of the Ford-Firestone-Vander-
uui nuns; wui conjirm merger ru-
mOrS H l Irtnp Jnhn
Franeoise Sa0nn tha nn.Aiiii tl
fully mended from her crash inju injuries
ries injuries and making the Parisian
rounds with young playwright Mi Mi-Chel
Chel Mi-Chel Deon. .Add Composer Cou-
pies: jioitn bcnonberg, mag editor.
and 'Joel MnOaa'a kanrf Kim. mh
7 ,UH
JOflV. .T.lirlurla rtnnatk k.
Jolson's father in the filnn) and
tiicxory ouse vibraharpist Jean
Nelson have hn rati ..i.
for over a year. .After-threatre-duets
at Sardi's: Bob Smith and
Joyce Lear, both of "Auntie Ma Ma-im'V.'
im'V.' Ma-im'V.' .Add Torch Carriers: Rob-
"Totting Shed,"
forf"Pat" Diamond of "lair La-
Maria M,Dm,U,
(which features a black shear
flightgown) registered big at the
Desert Inn, Vegas, according to
land-lord Wilbur Clark. . ."New
Girl in Town" broke the 4tH St.
Theatre houaeaearai aiM ta 111
-Ampriee'a ski-ehemp Andrea
mesa Lawrence anal groeen had
their Oh imago (a girl) In Den Denver.
ver. Denver. ; .Papa WhHtaker, ef the Now
Yorker mag, ana) Tolleti Martin
have i tim breath lees with ru rumors
mors rumors that thaw aaiak .Ii4 TW.
'Tanighf TV staff and Sammy
Kayo ere no fongar sweethearts.
Ho canceled out with only e f a W
hours notice, they charge. JWari JWari-ilyn
ilyn JWari-ilyn Monroe's neighbors Iwpert aha
atrella along 2nd Avenue in the
50s end pauses. for e chat with
One and All. .Singer Levis Men Men-nlng
nlng Men-nlng (at Res land Dance City) Is
what they call a white-gold blond.
-Free Weming to e wall-krfewn
PlavboVI Th Wild affair a a
ten Place apt. are being kodsk'd
far ene ef th scandal mags.
Wbafs this nonsense about Ear-'
tha Kitt and actress Ethel Ayler
almost hair-pulling at a recent
party?. top labor exee savi
the S-yesr-old Kohler strike (is
Wisconjia) will be settled before
the boss runs for the U.S. Senate.
. .The doctor has informed. Rita
Cam and husband that the baby
may arrive July 4. Join Black-'
man, who got all that publicity dat-;
ing jr. Sinatra, is making- the
Coast premieres with setor Vine
Edwards. .Angela Barry (Barry
Sifters) married afent Rots Be w w-i
i w-i ie, at Glasgow, Scotland.

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WASHINGTON Despite all thelone had signed as an official, this
polite palav.- about the rooK- was eonsiuereo unnecessary dou-;
iyu lJouters anu me iiew 5urk'Le.au anu meuaiiig ,wuu tne;

Giants remaining at thei- home
oases mayoe u Just am t so, iue
contracts lor their removal to Los
rtnticiea anu aan Francisco are
all signed, sealed, and delivered.
iub uoiite uaiaver is lor t n e
purpose ot eiting JSew York and
iJouger ians down easy and not
cuttiug down gate receipts during
tne remainder of tius season. S ?
The contract between Waiter O -Maney
ot, the Dougers anc' the
Los Angeles group was signed -, o o-ver
ver o-ver a month a no ana proviued that
the Dodgers wiu move west eith either
er either lor tne season oi 195a or not
later, than 1959. fart of the con contract
tract contract cans lor paw television.
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Under the deal, the Dodgers
Win ger reesOiMBie rente i a., a
stadium to Do bunt in Los vn vn-goto,
goto, vn-goto, anu wi ve nt 4.v,it4t)
a year, which New York City
cnaryas m aunn..ott raxas. u
Maliey auo msKes $5,uou,w) by
nik jiiw ot KOuHiS rims in
BrooKiyn, en wmch will bo built
if aai" n.fcW
The Los Angeies gyoup arraong arraong-inn
inn arraong-inn uit ueui .uutu.4. ww u ii i y
Mayor Noms roiusou, an ex-Con-
at'eakinau, out u x-ui), uie uu
man a neavy oacs:er u. narry
It was O'Malley who sold Hor Horace
ace Horace bmaehairi, oAj.' oi tne Mi-
m, on going to aan fauciscu.
,iu.oui uua m wouiu nava u4.
ditticuit wr uie yodsers w move
to tju AuKeiea. uut w,ui uvta
teams oh vne west Coast, eastern
edhia i-an move uroiu uvx mge-;
les xo San t rancisco with less
cost xor tne transconuueniai trip..
juayor ueorge cnristopner ua
Louey Lurie uf oau lanotsco
wer inscruraenial ui tying up wo
uiauts tor isan Jjranciaco. ;

Many ,--weu-Kiiowt TV -aui.'s. tKitv.tw:-..sr! zrr

mouon-picture producer, nas se-
ciireu television Tisaia is i
uotn the Giant ano tn-updgeis.
..iv is an owner oi bKiuirou. una
of the new systems ot paid televi
sion.' and tor tne arst ome paiu
'iV wui bioadcast au, impoitaut
ayon 4i tue rei ot me u it 1 1 o u
u om Mis Angeies uu oau rum
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SCIENTISTS' SLOW BURN
Government scientists at the Na
tional insuiuves ol heaitn are boii boii-wig
wig boii-wig at a vraCKuowu ot uIimu 04x1 04x1-ciais
ciais 04x1-ciais against circuiatiou oi a peti petition
tion petition to uau ti,-uomu ieai..
lists :aro especially incensed at an
attempt to ;iuake it appeai' u a i
toeir petiuon is Commutust-mspir-
1 wrnhahlv tha sreatesi arouo 001
governmeut sciaausis w. toe .Uoa
...amaa fir tha ivatiOUSl Health 10-
sUtutes ateuiesaa, : jo.. wnerej
tney jiesearcn imo pvery aise
irnmvn tn. mad.' Recently about a
thousattj oi, them iigned' a "peti "petition
tion "petition 'urgingsithi banning'of H H-bomb
bomb H-bomb tests. During the course p.
circulating the petition, it w a s
seized by nr. rancis athwu, v
rector Dental Researcn.
Afterward. Asst. surgeor-uener-
al James A. Shannos: bead or au
inefitntaa ic.naH a rtirprriva
UIC 4Jiafc4i.Mv.p, -
permitting scientists to sign the
netltion as private ciusensr uui
''not as an official act." Since no
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you c:i izYtzt ts you cira,..u Ucls or u
tmich j -j n Lh? 2 lost ilutual Funds tars
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FIDE HATED rL-VNS, Inc.
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Box f'U Tf-'-, R. P. T'L Til. S I

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right ox free petition
but, en top of this. Dr. Joseph
E. ; mooi,'. Nril AssoaiSia di director,
rector, director, has circulated a notice
to ladorarory cni ami bureau
..chiefs, warning scientists that
tney might b roiiowing the
Communiw party lin. L
J His warning reaos: -"sou
pernajis mow that, govern'
mem anuCe.. tm ativu.a oy
tnu Atni.npV (ipuprkl KOitiH wKa.
MfcO' lilac, a pruuaoie. aide of cum-
luonist Dxouasaaua' tms yue
WOUlU be Vu .SbK w CpiOlt WtMaj
sion ou. uie uuesUuu ui the aa'
zams ot lauioacuve tauout.
"aius aaiuwiv4ge maKes it apH
pear possims mat. weu imormj
,uu ntju-tuicauuueu yvupte iu Milt
useu to iuruier sucu a propagaa
um ulie. .'.
bc.enascb regard this a intimi intimi-daupi.
daupi. intimi-daupi. nuBi. tjutut utiu up is
uiai uie iu4Ut Atumic energy;
Commmee net Deeujioicuug vni-
h-bomo tests saownnj. tna-: um

-auca-uus uav, m ev uac tori

years oy ri-uouib rauiation, bx
Viuu Ul Viawihiiui, It's Ml-
uicateu by nr. smauei, ..Attorney
vivww.t ivue4, auw rfeiuBut
iseuaower ni latest pr cm
CUiU(i4tlut::,luy U9 eXjJeiUlg Uie
SQUIsEZi. VHi AIRWAYS
? One of the most imporiaut: Con
gressional pons ot tn year is
weup saaued. uei'i.' n' ? Cou Cou-aiebainau
aiebainau Cou-aiebainau ixiaiuue utiiwi ot Broua; Broua;-4n
4n Broua;-4n anu it goes to toe neait. w u

American bysiera tn : sxao au i

nen commuoications. visiiti
-until M vee uu tne tuuowitiy:
Th Federal Communications
Coiniiiissiuii rer pieyiinj uncon
actotiauie poiiiiC., i,ins ;im ;im-.
. ;im-. won m uw iwiwurii; and
stiflin UHl- ,ctanntv
n.naricaii I oieulioiui end Tele Tele-I
I Tele-I rapn tor .... iWe bread bread-..aa.s
..aa.s bread-..aa.s t rural cernmurwrss ay
cnarglna excessive v rates f e r-
tranmikSion iinos.- ' h -, r,
Columbia broteastmj a n
National Dreeacastmy iiir' .iwj-
Mping tn eaar iwanana anej puo
rnvr miawat awi .i .mw
in trend toward 'monopoly is
rau.e ana toie vision, by wnicti
e etf man aan veihiaie tn).
thinkins and culture ft;neia';
,ii noiwark practice of bot bottling
tling bottling up talent and perrorniai
..'.. ....-.vcir contracts. The
ui ovidii it '-sued te in
vastigate. '1if'..,tf -t
Broadcast Mu.e, Inc.? the or
ganisation created by the n e t-
worxs to promote tiralr own idih
won
idjV
nd records, under tnis mo mo-'.'
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Ions te ASCAP, et Irving Bar.
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thur' Schwarta elelm fhair sig
sic IS gradually being, aquettad
aH tha. alnalvt.7 .' '. 9. V '',
Iff a report that touched every
one. and. thouih heavy reading.
it should be required reading for
a lot of people
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Albrook 1X0 Club
To Hold July 26
Bailie Of Bands

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Seventh'

' ... xvwv rapti7ED in the Juan Diaz River last Sunday after a three-and-a-half-monthextensivs evangelistic campaign
GROUP OF 118 fgNSTfWamalcf AppwxiSatdy 3,000 persons attended the baptismal service the Jargest in,the central American Union of
"y&ffjSAiM in the last 60 yearS.: v y 1 j . '

. 'Fabulous Doiieys Piped Dance Tunes
For a Generation; Recordings Remain

" NEW YORK, June 13 (UP) -''
The musical saga of 'The Fabu Fabulous
lous Fabulous Dorseys", n d e d yesterday
, when Jimmy, VKing of The Juke
Boxes," died 'of lung cancer still
grieving over the death of his
trombonist brother,' Tommy,.: i i x
.. months ago; '
. Jimmy, 53, died in Doctor's Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. He had been a patient here
for three months,' His closest
' friend and associate said Jimmy
' apparently died without ever know know-i
i know-i tag heW cancer;: J:'pf
?'He used to say, 'Pet me my
', clothes, I'm going home, '; when
'-1 went to the hospital to see Urn,
said Lee Castle,; who is going to
keep the old Dorsey band going.
Dorsey was told when he under under-.'went
.'went under-.'went an operation last Jan. 3 that
he had ''wart: on his lunrHe
thought nothing about, it, Cast 1 e
, said, because that is: a minor af af-V
V af-V diction common among musicians'.

Jimmv ......last 'appeared. four

months ago in the Roseland BaU BaU--
- BaU-- room here, with the? band he and
" his brother formed after they end ended
ed ended a bitter feud that lasted more
.Shan '10 years. -?.i::!.":i:
He directed the orchestra fa the
j., playing of his famous theme song,
'Contrast" and an-old song now
back at the lop of the Hit Parade
' "So Rare.''-;,.v. r. '',;-'V;' :
t -That was .after his '" operation.
But when it came lime to go on
i tour -with the band, Jimmy wasn't
,,up to the trjp. JHe went to the hos-
fital, never to leave ijt again, The
and, now. is Playing, at the Hotel
j sutler'. -i,vp,s:i-, ;.vv C'" v
. ;:. Tommr Dorsey choked to death

.Ml Mkt iept aiw,jw, fai

vonn. nome ,iasi jmov, zo. ..
.j'Sine Tommy; diedk Jimmy had
'.- not been the same," Castle said.
Ha cried, night after nighty. He
U'vii broken-hearted. I think his sor sorrow
row sorrow must Jiave speeded the end."
(Inly a nurse was with Jimmy at

..the moment of his death. She saidl

, the end was "extremely peaceiui.
:: But Castle had been at the hos hospital
pital hospital since 4'; a.m.;; arid- Jimmy's
; daughter and 83-year-old mother
were (in town. 'y-pi',if. '' iv-Af;
Mrs.. Theresa Dorsey was near
'eollapit' at the loss of ber second
son in six months. She lives with
: a daughter, Waryr in, Shenandoah,
"' Pa; -'''
"YeAt the. last .son-1 have,the
weeping old lady said to Castle,
who lived in the Dorsey home and
1 took music lessons from the Dor Dor-.
. Dor-. sey. brothers late father, Thomas,
t : Sr.1" V- f
Jimmy's daughter, Mrs. J ulle
' Loii Hiltonr asked that be be buried
; next to bis father in Shenandoah.
Tommy ; was buried at Valhalla,
N.Y. A requiem high mass will be
' sung at St. Patrick's j Cathedral
' here Saturday. '. .' -Jiaimy
was married once, to
Jane Porter. They were divoreed
eight years ago. .-. .- ;
Dorsey and his music, whether
directing or playing the alto saxo-

. nhona or clarinet, was a. hit

.throughout most of his -e iritt,

from the time be earned $5 for i
solo before he was 10 until almost
the end xrf his life. ;'' ;

Among the songs he made f am amis
is amis were "Mane Elena," The

Breeze and l," "Amapu,

VGreen Eyes," ana "langBruie..
He once made the "Believe It or

Not' column by p i a y in i g i
Flight of The Bumblebee' on
his clarinet in twtf breaths 10
notes per second. Later he topped
this on his CBS swing session ra radio
dio radio program by playipg the entire
numoer in one bieathf tifiV
.... -. '- : I 'immit uinn

', yvnue. ms iBtuuia 4unj

fame :"i'he sentimeniai ueuue-

man of Swing," Jimmy appeaieu
to the nqDby soxers as a jitveroug
idol and "Jung o TheJuke Box."
. He was handsome, black-haired
and aeasy goings His musicians l l-aoiuea
aoiuea l-aoiuea Miim.v tommy; saa a hot
temper, a colorful vocabulary and
quicx usts. y;v ;
But" it was because u a harsn
ini-n from Mitnmv that the brotn-

ers broke up in W35 after playing

wgetner tov, years. ;
It was on Memorial Day, 1935,

at the uien Isiana V'asuiO. Jimmy

was' playing" tne saxopnone uu,

Tommy was airecung. ine num number
ber number was "TU Never bay Never

gain. .Jimmy ; WW : Tommy y me
tpmno wr too i ast They argued.

Tommy roared off the oandstand

and went out ano orgamzeu ua

own nana. jsven mcu iu u
Bing Crosbywas unable to patch

thmgs up.
Jimmv resigned for a time as the

leader Of the Hit Parade, selling as

many as five muuon recoras
year and commanding a $20,000 -a-week
salary in Hollywood. But
Tommy gradually :' overtook him

prfenwichJand the left injiiu' i

gan, however, y.q e.i.
- They Ironed out their; differences'
about 10 years ago. and managed
to keep theic band at the top ,des
pite 'big' dance band doldrums :
Jimmy,' Dorsey was born Feb.

29, 1904, in Shenandoah. By the

tim he was six. his father was

giving Jiim husic lessons. He help-

ea suppon ine iamuy wim ms. mu musical
sical musical earnings and as a coal min miner
er miner until authorities ; discovered
he had lied about his age tof get
a job. r,

Scu!h:rn Ddliei

Urgs Posi Office:

Keep Saturday

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., June 13
(UP) The Southern Newspaper
Publishers Assn. urged today that
the Post Office Department eco eco-nnmlTeV
nnmlTeV eco-nnmlTeV in nther branches of its 0-

perations before suspending Satur

day mail aeiivenes.
' 'Suspension of Saturday delive deliveries
ries deliveries would have a serious; effect
upon the economy of the South
and would be looked upon by the
nor.nl nf this recion : asan un

friendly act," James L. Knight,,

presidentof the SNPA, said in a
telegram to Postmaster General
Arthur Summerfield.
In Washington, President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower told Republican congress congressmen
men congressmen today that he fully supports
Summerfield's ultimatum to Con Congress:
gress: Congress: "Give me. more money or
I'll cut postal services." -Eisenhower
has i asked Congress

for an additional $149,500,000 to
run the Pab.,. ; Offipe. DeDartment

during the next 12 months.

, Knight said suspension o: Satur

day mail service "would be par

ticularly, harmtui m xne boutn Be Because
cause Because rural mail subscribers' con constitute
stitute constitute a larger, percentage of to total
tal total newspaper .circulation in this
region than? in other parts of the
United States.'- i. -
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Knight .said the Association is
gathering information from ; its
members to show the number of
their rural mail subscribers who
would be affected, by suspension
of Saturday dehveries.
The; SNPA president' : said the
publishing Industry "should pay its
justf portion"), of;, additionak jnail
service osts.' But, he urged ''max ''maximum
imum ''maximum efforts" to economize In oth other
er other postal services before suspend suspending
ing suspending Saturday deliveries, especially
on rural routes. ,;
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Knight's telegram to Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field was released by SNPA head headquarters
quarters headquarters here.' ,

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65
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TO THE TOURIST Nr.
way's famous North : Cape is
featured on this new. Norwe Norwegian
gian Norwegian stamp, Issued for the
benefit ot the Norwegian Tour Tour-t.
t. Tour-t. Aunciation. One ot a series

of three, this blue, 65-e stamp j

carries sr aurcbarge oi on,
which goes to tbc soci40f1-.

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May Soon Leave Leave-Red
Red Leave-Red China For Home

HONG KONG, June 13 (UP)

Another. American turncoat may

return to the West from i Commu

nist China Saturday,. U.S. officials

said today, i w

Andrew Fortuna of Ionia, Mich.,
was reported to have informed the
Chinese Red Cross be wanted to

so home. The Chinese Ked Cross

notified the American Red Cross.

No return date was given but

U. S. officials assumed he would
cross the border Saturday when
Red Cross officials here regularly
hand parcels to the Chinese for

Americans imprisoned in China.

Fortuna was one of 21 Ameri

can soldiers captured by the Reds

in North Korea who elected to go
to Communist China rather than

return home. His return would

leave 12 sill there.

Large Group Of Evangelists Receive
Mass Baptismal At Juan Diaz River

An open orchestra contest will

be held at' the Albrook NCO Club
Friday, July 26, to select' the mOsti
outstanding band and also to give
members an opportunity to select
their entertainment tor the f o 1 1-lowing
lowing 1-lowing month,

' Cash, prises will be awarded as
follows; First, $50 and four book bookings
ings bookings the following month; second,
$25 and two bookings the following
month;' third, $15 and one booking
the following month; fourth, $10
and one booking the following
week. t i i
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' Judges for the contest will be
all the members and guests pres present.
ent. present. Bands receiving the loudest ap applause
plause applause will be named winner and
runner-up respectively, Orchestra
leaders wishing to enter the con contest
test contest should call Albrook 4120 be before
fore before July giving the name and size
oi the orchestra.

The largest baptism in the Cen

tral 'American Union of Seventh-

Day Adventistg in the I a s t;i 60

years was witnessed by approxi

mately 3.000 People last' Sunday

night as some 118 converts Were

baptized in the Juan Diaz River.
The site was carefully i selected
and cleared to accommodate the

public and rigged with a public

aaoress system so the large; au

dience could hear the entire cere ceremony,,
mony,, ceremony,, A lecture was delivered by
Elder C.'G. Gordon, president of
the Central American Union," SD A,
who came to the Isthmuus 'espe 'especially
cially 'especially for the event.
' Converts then were baptized by
the following ministers: v
R. R. DRachenbere. president of

the Panama Conference SDA; Ger-

m wiuiams, secretary-treasurer;
W. Hansen Waller, pastor of the
Panama, English, churches, and
Owen U, Holness, visiting evangel evangelist
ist evangelist from Jamaica.
, ' ,i
Holness, who had conducted an
evangelistic campaign here lasting
over three months,, arrived on the

Isthmus late Feb. .21 and began
his nightly lectures Feb.- 24 in the
big gospel tent Rio Abajo. His
lectures attracted capacity audi audiences.
ences. audiences. ;- T V
A staff to run the meetings in included
cluded included a combined choir of 1 0 0
voices under the direction of Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Mollyneaux supported by two
pianos played by a variety of ar artists
tists artists including Mrs.: Lucy Gordon,
Francisco Mowatt : R h y n a A.
Brown and John 'priftner Twen-ty-five
ushers, 1 organized and I supervised-
by Edward N. Brown, as assisted
sisted assisted the audience. s v
Among the Bible workers aiding
Holness were P. A, Henry and
Miss ,:lris Thompson. After the
first week of lecturing, a free Bi Bible
ble Bible cours ; was begun 'by Mrs.
Mary Waller, wife of the pastor,
and- her assistants.1 Approximate Approximately
ly Approximately 138 students were graduated
and given their "diplomas on bap baptismal
tismal baptismal night, t
Holness will return to his native
Jamaica .June 26 and is expect expected
ed expected to launch a similar campaign
there in August', s

17 Peron Refugees
Slabbed In Uruguay
On Plollina Count
, k
? MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay, Jupe
13 (UP) Police here arrested
17 .Peronist refugees recently v-on
the basis of eviience that they are

plotting actively against Argentine
President Pedro E. Aramburu, It
was reported today.
, Col. Alberto Musslo, chief of
the Montevideo polici, led the
raiddng squads that rounded up

the refugees. :
At the same time, it was report reported
ed reported that Alicia- Eeuren. who says

she spent. 19 months in Argentine

Jails as a punishment for f eron
ist activities,: arrived in Montevi
deo over last weekend.

Miss Eauiren left Buenos Aires

in the French liner Louis Lumiere,
ostensibly on her way to Spain.
She came ashore here as a poli political
tical political refugee, and told authorities
she actually wants to go to Chile.
Uruguayan newspapers said the
Argentine woman is on her way
to rejoin her fiance, John W.
Cooke, who is one of the six Pe Pe-ronist
ronist Pe-ronist leaders who broke jail re recently
cently recently in southern Argentina and
fled to Chile.

For Eczema and

Skin Diseases

Glv your akin -an opportunity to
hfil. Obtain a botUa of tha original
MOONS EMEBALD OPLr at any drug drug-atore.
atore. drug-atore. Bring ooncantratad Hi atfaet laats
aavcral daya. ... ,.. ;...:., -.
' The ftrrt appllcarloK ot thta oil arlU
irlv raHef, and aftar acvaral appllca appllca-tiona.
tiona. appllca-tiona. you will ba convlncad that your
akin can aoon return to normal. -.
Bear in nlad that MOONTS TMT.H TMT.H-Al.D
Al.D TMT.H-Al.D OIL ia an arlcetiva panatraUnf
antiarpUe which doaa not ataln or leave
a sreaay raaidua and. In addition, flvaa
aatulactory raaulta.

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Then-

come to:

your

favorite store

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. Plastic r Nylon and imitation: leather; etc.; etc..

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Classic Rose, $24.51; Francis First, $27.84
- No gift will please her like your; '
thoughtful choice of REED & BARTON
Sterling for her new home.
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hovering down close to water on Long Island Sound.

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New York State thruway, but the Pan Amen-;
can highway as it enters Caracas, Venezuela. Com-1
plex cloverleaf diverts traffic to expressways that ;
reach out to the different sections of the large dty.
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Jy a en xencing wnen sne Duiii ner nesi in a siaut 01 mevai
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pM::fr. r rep arts a fcxt shop for summer visitors
to C:i J -.urbr.ipe v;i:2?e, Ka'i, a re-created New
r::'.--l t:-n v:.h dates t'i to years 0.

GRAND CANYON GRANDEUR The constant shifting of shadows and olor in

mue-aeep urana canyon intrigues xnousanas 01 uiwia es : tticw v, (i
PUrple River junction is seen from a point on the north rim near Cape RoyaL;.",

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' W burgh, Pa animals like to play in springUme. Those' England reeenUy. While Whitey, the seal, and Trigger, the
two bear cubs roughing it up are. not just ordinary ones, horse, don't have such prominent owners, still they too lifca j'

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THE FANAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDEUT DAILY NEWSPAPER :
IAUA

DRIVE UP BOOK1 RETURN Pic. Billy C. Reavls, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton library assistant, removes books Irom the first Drive-up
Book Return Box to be installed on the 'Isthmus, Placed at
; tv, .nrh in: front nf the library as' a vconvenience for Fort

Clayton Jibrary patrons,, the box may be reached by either car j
or on ioot." Since the library, is on the second Iloor tt the

Service Club building, me dox wiu -enuoie parous wiicwih
' i -doc-" easily at 'any time ol the day or night. ;
-i (U.S. Army Photo)

Prbmthenl Carolinian Held

la Conspiracy
COLUMBLUS.C.;5JruneV (UP)
Statft officials charged a mem
ber of a prominent South Carolina
family and two other persons tor
day with attempting ,to, Ttidnap a
banker's four-year-old son for $350 $350-000
000 $350-000 ransom M j a
Thomas D. JacobSw 59. oi win-
ton, S.C.; grandson of the founder
of Presbyterian College and of
Thornwell Orphanage at Clinton,
was arrested Monday night when
he went to pick, up the ransom,.it
was announced.- -. ."v
Unknown to- Jacobs, police, six
and one-hall pours earlief had ar arrested
rested arrested Jobie Bhelton;-28, a Negro,
who, was to have kidnaped young
Robert Vance Jr.; -son of, the
president of the M. S. Bailey and
Sons of' Clinton, authorities said.;
Officers also Monday night took
into custody William T,Hill, 60,
who was described as,, bneiton s
"step ather-in-law.Jk -Chief
J V Strom of the- state
law enforcement division Tuesday
nienc announced me--arrests ui
Iirst disclosure of what ne de
scribed as Jo. months-long plot. r
Thef three- suspects -all were
ehargedV with conspiracy to kid-
aap, &trom aaia. 1
Sheriff C.1 W. Wier of Laurens
Count -Sad his office learned
nearly four months age M a plot

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$QZ yFh truism is iUustrated again in thia pictar j
Rawing an Arab family returning to its home what's left U A

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To Kidnap
to kidnap the child on Feb. IS,
and had placed the' suspects un under
der under surveillance. He( declined to
say how he got the tip.,
Strom said it had been arrang arranged
ed arranged for Shelton to grab the child
Mondays i afternoon when the
youngster was taken by his nurse
for. a daily walk.
Officers, said Shelton had with
him gauze and adhesive tap,;
: apparently b to useA in bind binding
ing binding the child, and a ransom not
printed in pencil on heavy brown
kraft paper. 1
. The note ordered Vance, at ex exactly
actly exactly 8:30 p.m., to place a carton
containing $350,000 in small bills
at the ioot of a tree .with a white
spot on' it "out Chappelsv Road
where the Cross Hill Road to Kin Kin-ards
ards Kin-ards crosses it.'-
Strom said Vance, : knowing Ms
son was safe, "followed 1 'the In Instructions
structions Instructions to the letter" to set the
trap in which Jacobswas arrest arrested
ed arrested as he arrived to pick up the
ransom. money.
Police did not disclose what
touched off the 'alleged ? kidnap
plot but a neighbor who asked iiot
to be identified, said Jacobs was
in debt 'and about to lose a- print printing
ing printing business he launched' a year
ago.o ' v
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1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: Z-30CS Panama
1063 Colon .
' PRESENTS; :
r Today. Thursday, JumU
PJtt-. .'
a onU'eature, Review ''
4:30 Whafa Your Favorite (re-,
quests taup by phoor
'tUlSiOO)
H'Hf News
6:35 What's Your F T o r 1 1
. (cont'd) . .''
6:00 Interlude -e:la
BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party ,.?:.
7:00 ooon Show 1-
7:30 Musicland USA
S: 00 Proudly We Uail
8:30 Take It From Her
9:00 You Asked For It (re
' quests taken by phone
' 'till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan
ama 4
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under -The safari
13:00 Sign Oil.
" 1 Tomorrow, Friday, June 14
A.M. xMv-W
0:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
- Club (requests taken
'by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
8 : 30 Musical Reveille
8:00 Newk
9:15 Sacred Heart
As T See It
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A t
- 4 (Cutex and Odorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles (re-
, quests taken t
phono till 8:30)
ll:fHU-Newa
11:05 Spins And Needles
. (coma)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
PJW. V'?'':.':
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M & L A C H RINO MUSI
CAL
12:30 sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer
1:45 Songs of France" k
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2 : 30 The Virginians 1
8:00 Hank, snow And : Hia
Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:15 Sammy Kaye Show
8:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
- qmsts taken bjr phone
tU13:00)
1:30 News :h
8:35 What's Your F t f r 1 1 e
(cont'd)
e:00-lnterlucle i
:16 BLUE RIBBON SPORT!
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Your Dancing Party ;
6:45 Interlud v -r" T;
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From VM.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Hancock's Half, Hour'.
8:00 You Asked For It (re-
, V quests taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30-CaU All Forces (BBC)
11:00 Jass Till Midnight .
12:00-Slgn OIL ;
As Argenlina Dumps
Wins, lM p:r G2I.
BUENOS AIRES. June 13 (UP)
t Local liquor dealers bought
space in the papers nere today to
protest the government's seizure
of some 25 million gallons of table
wine 'for sale to the publie at e
price of 34 cents a gallon.
The advertisements said the gov government,
ernment, government, by selling the wine in
markets, at fairs and through nth nth-er
er nth-er unusual outlets, will "throw
thousands of our employes out ef
work." r V ....
Wlne bad been scarce for four
Sonths before any a e t i o n was
ken,'' the ads said. The (retail)
trade cannot be blamed, because
the .wine was backlogged in wine
warenouses ana Doming punts."
The wine, left over from the 1956
vintage, apparently was held back
in the expectation of added profits
from the Jaigher price about $1
a gallon authorized for table
wines of the 1957 vintage. j
Ike Proves Hero
To negro Vslct c
Despite: Theories
QASraNGTON,1 June 11 UP)-
President Eisenhower yesterday
disproved the theory that so man
is a hero to his valet.'
The chief executive and alt
wife played host to nearly 40
members of the Deshields Method Methodist
ist Methodist Church of Copperville, M(L,
where John Moaneyr Eisenhow
ers vaiet tor i years, is a prom-:
The president posd for pictures
standing amid the Nepro congre congregation
gation congregation with Moaney's 67-year old
mother, Mary Ethel, at his side.'
Moaney, 43, is a retired sergeant!
He and his wife, Dolores, who al also
so also works at the White House, beara-
ied modestly several rows to the
rer.

Tfce eorgreption met the Pr-
I'erx in his oiiice, then went out out-sirie
sirie out-sirie to pose for photogrsrheri
k'ot poire on a ipeeial tour el
-:. rmi-t arranged by the
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Colon Red Cross
Plsns .Show, Dance
On Saturday Kiohl
Th rnlnn Red Cross will pre
sent their annual show and dance
Saturday nieht featuring local and
foreign artists ai tne toion nreu.
Yogi Bill Abbott, the Caribbean
strong man, will pierce daggers
and knives through his body with with-mit
mit with-mit th USA nf anaesthetics. s
Sir Panama, Colon's 1 cilypso
king, V recently contracted by
Dave's Restaurant of Montego
Bay, Jamaica; Ambar and Alber Alberto,
to, Alberto, Spanish dance interpreter; Re
nate and Raul, ball room dancers,
and Isabel with Reinaldo also are
among. the featured entertainers,
The orchestra of Chichi Herre Herre-ra'will
ra'will Herre-ra'will play for the show and
dance. s
Four Mexicans Ask
High Court To Rule
OnCaialina Claim-
MEXICO CITY, June It (UP (UP-Four
Four (UP-Four Mexicans demanded a court
ruling today on their claim that
Catalina Island, the Farallones and
other islands lying of the U. S.
Pacific coast belong to Mexico.
The claimants demanded imme immediate
diate immediate action by the Mexican Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court on a petition they
filed in March declaring "that
Spain signed the islands over to
Mexico in 1836 and that they nev never
er never were ceded to the Uaited
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In addition to Catalina and the
Farallones, the islands in question
are San MigueL Santa Rosa, San Santa
ta Santa Crux Santa Barbara, Anacapa,
saw .Nicolas anavaan .uemente.
They were, discovered by t i e
Soanish exnlorer Cabrlllo.
'The claimants are Jose1 Pania Paniagua,
gua, Paniagua, a newspaperman; Carlos Mar
tinet del campo, a businessman;
Addlfo Manero and Alfred sen
nevendo, both attorneys; v ;
AppearitbseKjOnl
School Segregation
ASHE VILLX N.' C, June II
(UP) Virdnia attorneys annear
to have lost their fight to delay a
federal court test of state laws
designed to preserve school segre
gation, c
Atty. Gen. T. Iindiiy Almond
asked the U.S. 4th Circuit Court
of Anneals here Tuesday to delay
a decision in cases involving
schools in .Newport Newt and Nor
folk until the state courts- have
been allowed to rule on the laws.
Almond told the court be had
been informed that the Virginia
Supreme 'Court of Appeals is ex expected
pected expected to rule on the constitution constitutionality
ality constitutionality of the, laws in October. v
Chief Judge John J, Parker ef
Charlotte, N.C., told Almond, how however,
ever, however, that "aisuminf that the
placement plan it constitutional
and that the efforts of the Negro
children are going to be vain,
there is no reason for delay." -Attorneys
for Newport News and
Norolk had appealed from a -U.S.
district' court order that segrega
tion in the schools ef-the two ci cities
ties cities be ended by Aug. 15, ; ;
'The nlacement tlaB,"des!gned
to preserve racial segregation in
Virginia scnoou, proviaet lor a
three-man board to assign pupils
for reasons other than race.
T. Justin Moore of Richmond.
representing Newport News, point pointed
ed pointed out that one Virginia law pro provides
vides provides for placement of children in
schools without regard to race.
Another provides for loss ef state
funds for integrated schools.
Under the law. if a school is
integrated the school system will
lose SI per cent of its financial
support from the state. ;

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PANAMA
Miraculous Rescue
In Pacific Saves
Second Male's Life ;
GLASGOW, Sctoland, June 13
(UP) An unsinkable British sail sailor
or sailor with a past record of falling into
ponds and rivers fell into the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Ocean Tuesday and swam nine
hours before his ship returned to
pick him tip.-
. The sailor was Douglas Ward'
rop, second mate of the freighter
British Monarch. The ship's own owner
er owner reported today he fell overboard
when the shin was 4,000 miles out
of Panama en route to Japan and
wasn't missed until the ship had
gone 100 miles. ";-.'-.,,-4'
His' mother had high praise for
the ship's captain for the "mirac
ulous'.' rescue 1 and the incredible
navigation that, returned the ship
to the exact spot. But she said it
was nothing new tor Douglas. ;
He fell Into a series ef ponds
While a child end enee tumbled
into the Thames River while
.fishir. ,i(
' Capt. John Couttn, 50, steered
back to the exact spot where Ward
rop had fallen overboard and
found him floating in the sea un unharmed
harmed unharmed despite the fact that the
area is notorious for sharks. ;
jf irst news of the rescue came
in a cable from Coutts to the shio
owners,- the Monarch Steamship
PAM....,ru .. .... v.u..
The cable said tersely: "Second
mate fell overboard at .0430 was
not missed: until 0800 stop vessel
turnea ana steamea on reverse
course second mat sighted and
picked up at 1330 now all well ston
wiu repon irom japan.
Chairman Georee Sherry s a 1 A.
"I don't know how WardroD eonld
have lived all that time in the wa
ter or how he could have been
seen." ,;.' vi ..1, 1
Wardrop's mother said her on
escaped drowning three times be before:
fore: before: "When he was two he fell
into a uly pond. Aged five he Juroo
ed into pond.- Our maid rescued
him. The third time he was fish fishing
ing fishing for tiddlers in the Thames and
teu in. 1 named him out."
VYcnieh Ask OASR
For Y6rk Bureaus
Ikllonal Agencies
WASHINGTON. June IS (UP)
' The -Interamerican Women's
Commission complained today that
Latin American laws protecting
women from dangerous or un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy occupations, night work,
and other activities, ."limit our op
portunities of work, j, -.
The commission; representing
women from 19 countries, has been
meeting here on problems related
to the economic, professional and
social fields. .- r
; The delegates also approved ? a
resolution asking the members of
the Orgsniiation of A m eri e a
States to "create or expand na national
tional national employment services."
A resolution asking the -OAS
countries to creste Women's Bu Bureaus
reaus Bureaus within National Employment
Services was passed at a session
"SERVING THE AMERICAS

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partner of the four no trump bid bidder
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of ventriloquist's dummy and sun sun-ply
ply sun-ply show his aces and kings on
demand. ' 1
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case. Any time the four, no-trump
bidder follows i with five no-trump
his partner is privilegedto jgo on
to seven if he possesses solidity of
suit that his partner cannot know
about, '.'s -r. S'iv-i'-':
The -following 'hand v bid by
Martha Hammond and Sue Camp
at last year's Wichita Falls tour
nament illustrates this,' ;
When Mrs. Camp sitting- North
bid four no trump she planned
to go to six spades if Mrs. Ham
mond showed her one ace. When
Mrs. Hammond showed both miss missing
ing missing aces she bid five no trump
with no intention of -going on to
seven herself but merely to give
her partner a chance to go to sev seven
en seven if she held very good trumps.
Mrs. Hammond did hold f very
good trumps and leaped right to
seven spades over her' partner's
five no-trump.
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ful handling since all four trumps
turnea uo in tne west nana. Mrs.
Hammond won the opening heart
witn aummy s seven. sne return returned
ed returned to her hand with a low spade
and got the bad news about the
trumps. Now she could not afford
to ruff out the last heart. A club
was played to the ace and a club
trumped. A spade -was played-to
the ace and another club trumped,
":. When both opponents followed
to this third club lead, dummy's
king and jack of -clubs, both be became
came became good. Mrs; Hammond drew
trumps and made her grsnd
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White Engineer To
Student', At N.C

GREENSBORO, N. C, June 13
(UP) The wife of a young white
engineering student Who applied
tor admission to a Negro college
here and then changed -his mind
saia today her husband now has
decided to attend the Negro insti
tution alter all. : ., ."
Rodney Jaye Miller of Greens
boro will attend classes at North
Carolina" A. and T- Negro College
here 'starting today.- i a
The 23-year-old man will become
'he first white person to gain ad
mission to a state-supported Ne
gro institution in North Carolina,
although several whites are' mem
bei f. of the A and T faculty.
Mrs. Miller told United Press to
day her husband's decision to at at-ted
ted at-ted A and T for the summer ses session
sion session was reached when, "after we
made it ve-y plain that he was
not going to attend A and T. the
criticism continued, and we realiz realized
ed realized they were going to hate us no
matter what we; did.". . -.-
She said the. matter was given
"very careful consideration," and
that her husband "decided to do
what's best for us. It's a free coun country."
try." country."
President Warmoth T. Gibbs of
A and T College said:
"Miller has been admitted as a
special student for the summer
session," and emphasized that he
will be "just k another student."
Mrs. Miller said there, were sev several
eral several reasons why her husband de decided
cided decided to attend the Negro school,
among them the fact that the
school is closer to their home, that
it offers courses in line with his
field of study and that attending
A and T will enable Miller to con
tinue getting GI benefits, which
would have run out had he not at
tended school this summer. .
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Father's Day-; Juiie J.6th

and you can be sure that Dad -will lor any
of the many lovely and practical gifts from

Dad will be fascinated with one of th
handsome new ;SPORT SHIRTS from
FELIX'S new large assortment v

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and hundreds of attractiTe items
to delight Dad.

Remember Grandpa too.

MAIN STOHi:

Be 'Just Ar.3ll.cr
Negro Collcgq

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She said Miller plans to' return
to North Carolina State College ia
Raleigh this fall to continue -, his
work toward a degree in heating
and air conditioning, but that
really will depend on whether we
have the money."
Miller applied iof admission to
A and T in January. When trustees
began consideration: of .his appli application,
cation, application, he informed the school he
had decided :. to ; attend Guilford
College, a- white institution, about
10 miles west of here, 'this sum
mer. i f ,
It was at that time that Mrib
Miller said she had. received sev several
eral several "smart elecky" telephone '.
calls. , i v '.f,
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She said today that t even : after
her husband revealed his decision
to attend Guilford "the criticism
continued,?., and that; the family
has been accused of "being Com
munist agents and of neing a iront
for the NAACP among other
things." ;f -;
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You don't find employes wosf-I
tng time oround the water eooloe
my more. They're all out hovfci
coffee.., .-. i..-V0
llemember
'."-the
Forgotten;
man

FELIX'S

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Pur Silk Julian TU
Buxton Wallets and
Keytalnert r
Cuff link and tie hart
Yardley Gift Set
; Paper Mat Capri Pens
Cillette Razor --
Robe and Pajamas '' j
Arrow. Shirts ... J
Jan txen Beach wear- ;
Bermuda Short ;
Kent Hair Brush ;
Kent purt badger ;
vShavinfj Brushes '
Samsonit Luggage,
Parker CI Pn
Dunhill Pip
Zippo-Ronson Lighters
Schick, Remington,- ;
. V Sunbeam and Phillips -.
Electric Shavers' : :"
V Cashmere Sweater
' Leather-Slippere '5
Thermo Water Sets
Cigarette Boxe
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
. nnrcsDAT,-JUNE 13,
i Social and Jtlierwi&e $ox 134,' .

-tries six

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irnrt-v rt.TTARFTH'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED

AT BRITISH EMBASSX RECEPTION

' The Charga d'Aff aires of the British Embassy and Mrs.
t Edward Thomas Bless yill entertain this evening at a' re

ception at the Embassy Residence m nonor or we onicii
birthday of Queen Elizabeth U. Birthday honors wlU be
announced during the evening. --,. -.
. v This morninr congratulations were received on benau
f Her Majesty by the Charge d'Affaires and Mrs. Biggs who
held Open House from 11:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.

Midsummer Dannce
! Te Be Held v

i A mirfanmmar dance will be

held at the Arts and Science Athe Athe-'
' Athe-' teum in Bella Vista, Friday June

. iphu 'Amnc will celebrate the

i feast of St. John, and typical Pa Pa-i
i Pa-i pamania&folk dances will be per per-!"
!" per-!" formed during the evening. .
( Guest of honor will be the Queen
j ac the Flowers; Miss Fabiola Ve Ve-i
i Ve-i lafquez. .',
f V " '. ' f
L Doctors, engineers, t architects
i nd their families are invited to,
attend. -... v.
!' Fox-Radge J
Wedding
. Monday Vv .j'-.'-A v-.
Gerald P. Fox, son of Mr. and
; Mrs. Gerald J. Fox of Balboa, ar ar-rived
rived ar-rived on Tuesday from Miami,
' JPla. He was accompanied by his
roommate at the Embry ; Riddell

Aviation School. Air. i) ox ano-miss
Marcia L. Budge are to be mar married
ried married on Monday, June 17, at 8
p.m. at the Balboa Union Church.
No invitations have been issued
for the wedding or for the recep-
t that nrill fnllmv r at th Fort

Amador Officers Open Mess, nt,

all mends .pi me ismuies are in invited,
vited, invited, .-j i T
Meyer-Cennard
i Wedding
At Ft. Davis
Hiss Margert Arm C o n n a r d,
daughter of Mrs. E. L; Connard
of New Cristobal, became the
, fHria of Mr. Mefvin Neyer. son

Davis Chapel. Rev. M. W. Dayton

pertormea we ceremony c
Thn hrlHn attended bv Miai

Kathleen Brede of New Cristobal.

The best man was Mr.l JNicnoias
Gormas of Fort Gulick.
.Thn vnnntf counle will be at

home to their friends vm their
home at Gamboa, Canal Zone.

Mr. Meyer is an employe oi me
L R. Snmmer ou electrical con

tractors on the Isthmus. t
JohiMen-Staohens' 1 ,'

Wedding Will' r :-

Tklra P Ira Saniudiv -'

Misa Jennye atepnens, aaugnw
nf f nrmer Zonlans Mr. and Mrs.

Nubern Z. Stephens of F a 1 1 s
Church Virginia will be married

to Mr. John G. Johnson, son of

Mr. J. G. Jonnson oi ranama w

ty on Saturday' June 15 in virgi

ma.

ternal grandparents.

Four Deoartina

Couple Feted :

At Redman ;
: rnt snH Mm f. h a r 1 A a .. J-

Schork, Capt. and Mrs. Walter F.
Hanley, Commander and Mn. Ooa Ooa-aid
aid Ooa-aid J. W. Hos and Lieut, and Mrs.
Thomas F.'Ball, Jr., were .the
cniicts nf tinnnr at a "HpsnArtiHa"

held at the Officers' Club at Rod

man last evening. These omcers
and their families are leaving this
month for new: duty stations., ;, k
Judges Selected

For "Golden GIN" -Dance
At Washington
J11H0A for thn finlrlpn tir- rnn-

test which will be held at the Ho

tel Washington tomorrow n a v e

been chosen by the Cristobal Wom-
an'a Pllih 'whfph is snnnsnrinv th

contest. Andaughter of a club mem-
hnr will hp anlnptP.fi as th -YlnlH.

n flirt, in finln thdi; nlnh palnhratn

uts Fiftieth Anniversary, which

win vaice Place mer tms year.

juages. wiu be: Mrs, Hector M.
Grant, Mrs. D. Risodimos, Mrs,
jEustace Lee, Mr. Anthony R a y-
I to, 1 it :

mvou. itir. Aawara neariques ana
Iff- V TIT ftffJll l

W. Millspaugh.

MLs,Jtep" w.!wLJ" ti V from Sto llpjn. TheJe wiU
week from George Washington U-k. v,v th. a H 1 1 .

nivernitv in Washington. D.C. wimK"iZ"YAT"ZLTZ'.:'LZ

an AB. degree in Business Admin- ci,.-,., H Vh n....;

A4Mi..i.M .;n e t..

fctratinn. . i

' Both the bride-elect and her fi

ance graduated from fl a l D o

ihah School. Mr. Johnson upon

completion of Canal Zone Junior

nrttlncTA anrvm) in' thn IT n i t a

States Army and Is now attending
. ;i 1

tne umversuy oi aiarymuur
DC. And Mrs.: Frier .

Announce Birth

Dr. and Mrs. William E. Frier

of Ancon, announce the birth of
their fifth child and second daugh

ter, usbetn. on June am at vror

bride of Mr. Melvin Never, son ter, L.isDein. on june om at uor uor-f
f uor-f Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Meyer gas Hospital. Dr. and Mrs. Vara

at Margarita on June 7 ai ino ji on rner m nw uuwuu r u i

A wonderful new idea in

i. ..-.Sr" .j... ... -..:, r M f,:

Frozon moat plos
In Individual oorvlngol
Filled with tender meet I
Extn flaky crust
So easy Jo prepare

J

. lVoie enjoy the savory goodness
el CfeKXEK. TVkxxt or Bkxf Pa, without all tU f$
ami boihtr pf prtporttkml Jxxst pat paeroaa-ebnd
fwAMOH Faazxn UxaT Pna into Cm oven... brown
. . and aerm Better pWt np a good suppr fronjroxs
(rocar's freezer jroU find the family asking for
, this eeJY-to-prrpare, appetizing treat spin and again!

Other Proxwn ftwanson Pavortts:a

Lock for Swa

jouUndQcAtlTT

I --- t- "TY" t tV cnp th r1 af t"Tl lonsi

Than iAnfaaf will Pirn ihaa In

fantnrs at inmi.fnrm ol rlontak

I v vi on nvtM j-vj. uaaw U
be held at the hotel Friday, eve eve-ninft
ninft eve-ninft frnm fi tn 11 n n ThnpA

CARE FOR KIDS Loretta Lee, child, actress who appeared
on Broadway in the "King and I" and "Teahouse of the August
Moon, visits CARE headquarters in New York to try her hand -with
a Chinese writing brush and copy book from the agency's -newest
package. CARE is providing, at the cost to contributors
of one dollar each, a school kit especially prepared for Chinese
children in Hong Kong whose parents, refugees from Communist
China, are too poor to buy them the materials they need.
Contents of the kit, brushes, pencils, copy books, etc are
spread out-in front of Loretta. If you wish to help these -:
youngsters, who go to school all year long in two six-mopth
semesters, end your dollars, clearly marked "for Hong Kong
school kits," to CARE, 660 FlrstAve New York 1, N.Y or
to your local CARE offlce,r

: Kach aetke for Inclusion in this
column should be submiltad m
typt-written form .and miilad to
the boa numbar littad daily in -Social
and Otharwite,"' or dellvtrcd
hsnd to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be acctptad b
talcphona.

Panama Chanter No. 35

National Sojourners
Will Meet Wednesday

The June meeting of-

Chapter No; 35, National
.. 1 1 i i .i . i

era, wiu oe neia vi me

Officers' Club at 7 p.m

Panama

Sojourn-

AlDrook

Wednes-

speaker

of 4 the

Admission will be ffty cents per
1 i t.1-

Sbisuu. aii cujuyauie nine is prom
ied for all adults as well as teen

agers. -..-

(Continued on Paga 7)

Vnn Vi a v a a Int. nf pViana

when drlvinga car to practice
good manners. Giving a pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian a chance to get across the
street, giving the car ahead a
chance to start up without blast blasting
ing blasting on your horn, parking so as
to take up as little space as pos possible,
sible, possible, etc., are simply good driv driving
ing driving manners. v

' why forget your manners when

behind the wheel of a car?

J UNE

Wives Must Adapt
S HcIpt Their Mates"

'"HOW can I helo mv husbandl

gei aneaav a young wue asks,

remaps sne umKs there is one

asnwer that will fit any wife.

There isn't. How a wife can

best help her husband depends on

wnat tne miSDana want out of me.

What the wife wants, and what

her particular abilities are.

The first sten is to find out what'

sne ana ner nusbana want to ac

complish together and to boll

their private dreams down to

definite goals.

Once she has.done that, she'll

begin to sea in just what ways
she can best help her husband.
It will require the abilities she

has or can acquire throush pa

tience and hard work.-

Born wifeoUKht to think that

life Twill remain the same and

that the way ahe can best halo

her husband today will continue

to he the best way.

'PROGRESS AND CHANOI
. - l

AS some goal are reached and

others are estamiahed, as tastes
and enthusiasm change and as a
coudIo crows in maturity and af

fluence, a wife finds herself trying

to help her husband in sew ways.

In the early days of marriage.

stretchina the budaet may be her

biggest problem, tester, u may be
seeing that. an. adequate income
is spent to give the greatest re

wards and bring tne most satis

faction. i -,,

It'l-that Vav fn alf nlii nt

life.-The most important tning to-.

aay. may not be so important to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Sn "Hm nan t.haln mv

husband most?". isn't a nuastinn

a young "wife can answer one and

iw i quesuon sne nas to
keep asking herself,- And it is a

quesuon wat only sne can an

swer. ; ....

USAF Truck Hits

Bus

28 Injured

.WINCHESTER, Ehglsnd. J'une 13

ivej in s. Air roree truce

coiiwea witn civman'nnr toaay.

injuring all 38 persons In the bus.

.., : -V-S!4 ft- f -t tl.lt -

Air 'Force authorities immediate

ly handed the investigation aver to

British authorities -under, the sta

tus of forces agreement since the

accident occurred on a nubiic

highway, ,1.

Driver of the truck waif identi

fied as Air man Willard E. Ellia,
20, of 128 Center Avenue, Melville,
Fla. Neither he nor another air

man riding with him was injured,
.firitish nolice dld hot take any

one into custody pending investi investigation
gation investigation ; zrtCfM;

Ned lots of pep?
Brinks

M

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traah TaajakMefSdifftrcataMaa-traah aataklaa am klaadad ante
. tbiinBmoMdriok. Yoaaaratealove
fea Inraly Bavor, and thrive oa Sta
viteaaia-packed

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timi mr bitiwi ft i ?
aacala V- fivM I
then T refresh.
aaeat t ey wattt.

aaa tae ooarUk.
fnent tiity aaied.

EAT ALL THE SHRIMP YOU YMIT!

FOR JUST $1.50 YOU CAN
KEEP RIGHT ON GOING
From 6:30 p.m. to 2 .m. "r;

(

9i'M Shhimp :
jAldoif 1u rid
s Listen r To. Oar New Orchestra
Atlas Garden
i Tals. 2-4830 2-2423

day June 19. The1 guest
will be Mr. Jerry James
U.S Embassy.

Mafural History- ' -j '-

Society Meets ,....."
Next Wednesday

Wednesday. June 19, is the date

tor tne zsstn meeting ot the Mana Manama
ma Manama Canal Natural History Society.

it had to be advanced one weeK in

order that we might 'have as our

speaKer tr. Charles O. Handiey,

Jr.. Associate Curator of M a m

mals, U. S, National JJuseumV We
are indeed fortunate that arrange arrangements
ments arrangements could be, made for him to

address our Society.'
The subject of :Dr.' Handley's
lecture will be "Panamanian Mam Mammals,
mals, Mammals, Problems of Distribution."
This is an unusual opportunity, to
every member of the Society. Each
of you is urged to -a 1 1 e n d and
bring guests. ,f ;
Dr. Handiey received his B. S.
degree at the Virginia Polytechnic
Institution,1 and his Ph. D at the
University of Michigan. In addi addition
tion addition to the work that he is now
doing in Panama, Dr. Handiey has
done extensive field work in Gua Guatemala,
temala, Guatemala, South Africa, Labrador,
Greenland, a and the Canadian Arc Arctic,
tic, Arctic, specializing in the classifica classification
tion classification and distribution of recent
mammals.:
The annual election of officers

will be held at the July meeting.
Medical 'Association 1
Meets Tuesday
The 606th meeting of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Association of the Isthmian
Card Zone. will be held in Ward
17 4Znra9 ITncnif oi ah Ttiae4a

June 18, 1957 at t:0d'p.m,.
- The following scientific program
will be presented:"

"Observation on the "Vsa'ef Ra

dio-active Isotopes in Various Nu

clear centers in the '"United

States," by Dr. Rogelio E. Arias,

Uorgas Hospital, Ancon," C." z.
A buffet dinner nreceded by re

freshments will be served at 7:00

Women's' Auxiliary'-:

Moras' Mentniy''i Jvsym9.?:f
Meetlna .vijvsotlf sw-t a )' v-.

iTh. Womansi Auxiliary : of St

Andrews Episcopal, Chwch;Coco4

U swu hold 4ts regular monthly
meeting tonight in the Church Par Parish
ish Parish Hall at T:30.p.m. .j-.-.

A report wiu be given by sever several
al several of the ladies who attended the
Regional .Auxiliary, meeting : after
which the group will bear a Chris Christian
tian Christian Education recording on 1 the
problems of pur. teenagers
All members and interested la ladies
dies ladies are invited and encouraged to
attend. J,-' i
Hostess Tor the evening will be
Mrs. Nancy Fenninger. ; $ i

4.
1,'

"SWELL" SIGHT AH alone, 18-month-old Deborah Ann
DeSantis, of New York City, wonders why Mommy won't
come out and play With her,' Mommy sure would like to, but
Mommy's stuck in on account poor Mommy has the mumps.-

Baby taken From Mom's Arms;
Parents 'Start Trip Jo Russia

-mCAClO.' June is (UP)"--The

Russian Barents of four small Chil

dren were en route to their home homeland
land homeland alone today after their nine-month-bid
son was taken from his
mother's arms' as- they, prepared
to board a train. 1
Sheriff's deputies intercepted tne
couple at La Salle Street station
Tuesday as they sought ;o spirit
at least one of their children with
them on their" journey .back to
lifetime behind the Iron Curtain.
The "mother Mrs. Nabeida JCoz JCoz-min,
min, JCoz-min, 35, surrendered th infant to
authorities without protest.', T h e
father, George Kozmin, 54,' and
Fedro Slomatin', chief of the Russian-Embassy's
consular, division
who was instrumental in persuad persuading
ing persuading the Kozmin to return, also
stood quietly by., wpi
Despite losing their last ditch ef effort,
fort, effort, to take, the- child back with
them, the Kozmins got aboard, the
train, for New York and began the
first leg of their long trip.

Tjaeir. ipur, v abandoned sons,
wards 'of .the Family Courf here,

now probably, wiirjirow up in a
Chicago orphanage.- ; 'i
The Kozmins,, former slava 'la 'laborers
borers 'laborers in Russia, came to the U.
S. with, their three older sons m
1950 as displsced persons. Three
years later, the parents suffered
mental breakdowns and were hos hospitalized.
pitalized. hospitalized. 4 V.
; Their ehlldren, aged ,10, i, T
and 9 months, were placed in the
custody of the court.
' After the Kozmins were released

frnm h tinanltal.- thev soueht to

regain custody of their sons and

appued lor a visa to return to iam
Soviet Union. , r-fxV'
Ellis L Fawcetl-5
To' SpedkSunday'

To Plus Ultra Glub

. Fathers 'attending the' special
service being held by the Plus Ul Ultra
tra Ultra Club on Sunday, June 16, -at
the Ebenezer Methodist Church,
wilt iiava h blaaaura of listening

to Ellis L.jFawcettfi principal-of

the raraiso uign scnooi ana not noted
ed noted speaker of the community."
. Varimia Civln and Fraternal or

ganizations nave been specially in

vited to aneno ana snare in tne
service, slated tot commence ; at
1:00 ,m-.i:f-t.:-r
. Tha nnhlie Is hereby ..extend

ed a cordial Invitationwr;;,;

G6dp'eratixe;oup
StrtsMllniit
1 Th St. Antonio- lie Padua Coo

perative of Panama- will start en

rolling aplicanta in new stuay
clasess on the cooperative move movement
ment movement at S tonight at tha French
Society Hallf-WK.v lf- i'-
Persofts interested in becoming:
members- of the group are w e 1 1-come
come 1-come to attend the classes. t

- 1

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, aa anil .- M

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Vjs,aaf(wAaaleNst

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pri sM aoTyy. a ay f prtpm t

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FUii-fcoIJer .SS.C3

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,i 'Ii'i ecwy vilh th J
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.
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lagt extra-lagt vlewflnder "praviawa" your anapahoL
-Si--.'-'-
WitS Ita easily attached flaaholder. plcturat
Inside or at n:iv.t are Just at any. For bast
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nrcnsDAT, june is; 1957

TES PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWSPAPER

page sr.

Social ancl Otli

criuide

"CronlinutJ

1

Chapter,

of

Second Concert
At National Theatres

Monday1, June 24

.... j ..........m tha 1QVI.l..ll..l....l .Uahmm hnnnirfna

... i 1 1 J ir..Jn Tuna 1 1: r ir... ITAmlnVJ u.Un

Series Will De ueiu juuuji ansa Margaret inn; humi wuv
Si4 ac-8:15 p.m. at the National wjji be married to Mr. James Mel Mel-Theatre.
Theatre. Mel-Theatre. The National Symphony vin Davidson on June 29 in The

Orcnestra vu perui .uaues, ureKuu.

Deft ae casirw cuuuutmi. , ;
FHroiirt will be the soloist.- f The tnde to-be, affectionately

, i it .. I 1 linn IMA

The orOBranrwui be as xouowr. miwwu wa w w
i,i,Trf mm ; 'La Traviata" (In attend the party.' since she not

Memoriam wf Toscanlm), Verdi on the lsmmus. However, sne aia

IMVtS- luiuu-iu UIHIUil

farm nn which was modeled tne

beautiful wedding ores, oi wnue

liM.anH antin which was made bv

the mother but this bride was

definitely a headless one! &ach of
thm miasta ipwpI a tinv lacS-COV-

ered button on the wedding gown,

supping ner love ana ueai wibuc

into every stitcn.

A party honoring Mr. and Mrs. tered with a pretty v arrangement

A. E. Bees, upon nis reiiremem, 0I red ana wnne. xiowers ana canu

Symphony in a flat major, No. 12,
Largo Allegro vivace,' Adadio Mi Mi-.nuetto,
.nuetto, Mi-.nuetto, and Finale presto, Haydn;
and Concerto lor piano, in C Min Minor,
or, Minor, No. 2 Moderato, Adagio soste soste-nuto,
nuto, soste-nuto, Allegro acheryande, Rachma-
Hotel Washington

Will Bo Slta
: of PWf4w a

will be held at the Hotel Washing
... n- Tuna With at ft -30 tl.nl. in

' stead of the Elks Club as previou previously
sly previously announced. : v
Card Party r-.
Tomorrow Night
At VFW Post. T r ;
' The Lt.' GarVyn H.Moumblow
Memorial Auxiliary to Post No.
76,j V.I.W. will sponsor a card
party at the post heme' on 14th
i Street in 'Old Cristobal tomorrow

venin;, at 7 o'ciocK.
v Admission is 75 cents; there wiU
'. be table. prizes and xefc-eshments.
Tickets may be obtained from any
. Auxiliary members or at the door.
V- Those who. enjoy playing cards
f are invited to join the group Chair Chair-'maa
'maa Chair-'maa of the Card Party is Mrs.
Helen Fogle,

, Cake Sale'
t At Margarita

Tt. nl1nunn miimnera attena

od the regular momiuy meeuu w
the Elbert S. Waid Unit No. 2
Am.rii.iii Tpinti Auxiliary Unit

' pre8iaetrt.TMrs.Margaret Schu,

t ibent Aresaames- iaa otcubuc, -u

cia Arnold, Miriam jucuam, ,f 7.. "; .-. V.
RosmeskiIdaline Van Ordan, Ce- Josephine TherreU, Mrs., Martha
i ImTvSS- 'lriiOriftoD-.' Jemai. BtJ,Mr Hoppes, ; Miss Judy

Chandler and Frances Gilley. Hoopes, Mrs. Thelma KeUar; Mrs.
-Th?AuxiSryl." C.k. MT BjU. Hicks, Miss M.ryOrr

on Saturday at tne xaarganw sv v"c" i i "u
t i at 9 O'clock -ltoSti.JPi

'- - t Mrs. Edna wng, jars, jaeiot My
Ml Dana Herts Marries der, Mrs. "Toss' Priest, Mrs

' Hertz.5 formttr tesidenU of the losky, Mrs. May Scaroni, Mrs. Do Do-Canal
Canal Do-Canal Zone, tav announced the ris Chollar, Mru Grace Va Mrs.
marriage of their daughter,' Dana Virginia Spencer, Mrs. Louise Bis-S-Tulita,
to Mr Robert Fenton West- sell. Mrs. Joyce .Collinge, Miss
I i.ir. s.tnrHav June 8. at the Pa- Joyce CollinKe. Miss Sara Col-

1 aadena ICalifornia) Presbyterian linge, Mrs,-Helen- Favrot,- Mrs.

vnUrcn Mtf na Jara. nesuue eui ji. uvu

I rengo Avemw. Pasadena, after Ju- Greene Mrs. Rogers, Miss. Judy

tiff i .... i, 1lm. -l -t- -or, nuKUBi mlio "Are

ih enfiineer Jn the Municip tDi- n Jean- Tewinkcl, -Mrs. Harriet

Tislon 01 lne:Jranama uaaai. ri-1 nwmnw, uin n
seiitly hr-is assistant to Lewis Im Hamptoa and Misa Joan Sor
Moore, also former aaaal em-irell. :. .--. ;;;.y ,v--;

.ln.i. in rViqrpft nf pnpinpprinff

yiKJJ t ... a
the United Nations Korean Ren

hiiitatinn AHministration. He re

turned from Korea for the wed

ding.

DAR Chapter To Hold
Flag Day Luncheon
At Tlvoli On Saturday

sauguwis -

lution. will hold us iag w . n v,

. i-uncneon eaiuraay, u. rit-M.in-H at Oinnr

Room of tne mou uueSl ; ".; "c. mflnaif

At?irth luncheon aregularerof Avianca in Panama will give
meVttaVwill TheW, flowed by a dinner, tonight at the Hotel El
Action and installation of officers. Panama in honor, of Major Gener Gener-Member
Member Gener-Member maTbrtag guests and al Salvador Noya, Commander in
5 I SSdert or visiting ladies eli- Chief of the Peruvian Air Force,
gible for the DAB are invited to who is currently visiting Panama,
attend - Distinguished members of the Di-
Reservations must be made be-plomatic Corps and officials and
. . ... n K.r .11.1.1 I.. J... r$ D n m o rv.

fore 10 0 C10CK iniS even." y ouwat jc.uci. vi

Cluing U1B egcui, "t""-" j.
' tJ.iv,. qciq ni. th .Sprretarv.lMit Tawinklo Given Gala

. BCU, ciaiuv. wvfMi v .... , . rf

un Kon h m 11.11. oaiwa ,imiiw.

On Katiirriav afternoon. Mrs. Le

Rnv Manrmtsnn anil Mrs. Charles

Sorrell of Balboa were co-hostess

es at Mrs. Magnuson s nome tor

les. Presiding at the coffee : and

taa isrvicsi rtnnnp the afternoon

were: Mrs. May Scaroni, Mrs. El
sa Bailey, Mrs. Marjorie Garner,
nri Minn Kav : Frnnffioni.

Mr. Manrire Twinkel. mother

of the bride-to-be, opened the gifts
1 1 .. 1

ail pieces OI jooa c.rysiai lor

Dee Dee, wno could not nave oeen
in mnn evriteH than her moth

er had she been here; Mrs. Tewin-

Val h.il a littla hxlner. her vounv

er daughter Nona Jean, to assist

her in displaying tne. oeauutui as assortment
sortment assortment of crystal.' .. ",
s Mr, Tewinkle manhefl the came camera
ra camera Hnrina- tha a ft ar noon and took

numerous pictures., so that Dee

Dee will be able to enjoy her show;
thrniioh the veara tn come.

The Buests inciuaea jars, .jlais

Van. tlnrn Mr Hazel ,. Blades.

Mrs. Bebe Sandlford, Misa Forest

Wise. Mrs. Lucille smiin, misi

Martha Wehater Mrs. B. Harned

Mrs. Polly Wise, Mrs7-Ellzabeth

AJiapp, miss puian kjuvp, n.
LilUan. Ryan, Mrst Elsa Bailey,

Mrs. Scheidegg,. Miss uiane ocnev

aegg; auss juay jprumiry,, ..
Dorothy HamUn, Mtir: Margie Zent

n

V.!

'V'i-- by pr"Tnt'nfl
w .iwSiw forming I

Sm your eknttsf rsuknfy and esk him about
New "SUPER" AJIM-I-DENT
; with Marical FLUORIDE

CI I

4 f

nrr v

C you
prettiest
colors,
--.
lonss

?'t .- -, f-
a! 1
f

r fEATIME-Kay Kendall takes j

U typically unusn pu
on a Hollywood movie set.
Ihe's front Britain and makes
r ler American debut in the film,
'Lea Girls.- .

' Meetings

Federal Government Acceuntats'
Assoc. Meets Thursdoy ?
The 'Vederal ; Government Ac

countants' Association v. will hold

their June meeting at tne nvoii
Hotel ballroom on Thursday, June
20, at 8:W pjn,, ; ., .' ;
, The highlight of the meeting will
be an address by Mr. Ralph, R.
Wills,,, Director, ., United States
Point Four Mission to .Panama.
The subject of the address will be
"The Object and Results of the
Point Four Mision to Panama."

Mr. Wills will answer ..questions

relating te the Point, Four pro program,
gram, program, following the address. Mr.

Wills graduated from the New Me

xico College of Agriculture and
Mechanical Arts and complete gra
duate work' at the U- S. Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture Graduate
School in Washington, He is a vet veteran
eran veteran of. 39 years government serv service
ice service in various phases of agricul agricultural
tural agricultural work; the last five years re representing
presenting representing foreiga service in Pa Pakistan
kistan Pakistan and the Dominican Repub Repub-licYpriof.to
licYpriof.to Repub-licYpriof.to eoming to Panama
yearatjotf ;v- t.h ,ri .'
Light tefreihmenfs' will be serv served;
ed; served; the? cost of which will be $1.09
perperton, to be paid at tha meet meeting.
ing. meeting. ; '. -i '-!

Al tW U' 4 tmAiem mlmim
. for Epe aH f rerV?. A eclor to tatter
every com p! ion, Trry Ireae!
Cn Kail Fi.'U i'j r, ra Votgwe, mUfLm
ehipplns; tM -gl
Ami far ai-:.:if 1 Ccx Sttj TmM
Lipttkk (wi-Ji ti;r"r.'-:.r.) keera L'pa
tediaat wiJi er'r all y. a3 owniBg!
Y -w I r t Lua a
nork 1 ... T i i f r --nfm-.il

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T y;";"tfrPlflU;i

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23

Italian Food Is Becoming
Here Popular In U. S. 4

By GATNOR MAJDOX
NEA Food and Msrkots Editor

- ITALIAN food, highly seasoned, and elastic. Place in large bowl,
is becoming more and more popu- cover' and let stand in I warm

lar with Americans, if, you nave t i- l uu'' '-

been lucy enough to be invited to has doubled in volume. Cut off U

an Italian borne for dinner, you dough and reserve tor later, itoi
understand why. ."v l.esi of douuh to fit bottom .'and

1 ; -. 1 "v (Jides of a lightly greased. 2-o.uart
i The Droce&sion of wonderful rf-" ev)iie : 1-inch rim of

foods, always beginning with anti-dough around the, edge of casse

oasto. ou tnrouan soup and pasta

right down the line to fruit and

cheese,- is a staggering, gastcoso-

mic expenennce.
Italian $alami Pie
(4-1 servings)

Crnst: Sprinkle 1 envelope ac active
tive active dry yeast over 1 cuo warm

water ana set aside, nice 3v

cups sifted all-purpose flour on a

pastry board. Make a well in the
center and add 1H tablespoons

shortening. V teaspoos salt, V tea

spoon ground black pepper and

cussoivea yeasi.

Knead -until dough is 1 smoooth

kJot the most
dependable milk
Kut!::dtll7
' aBsaMBBBBBJBBSfJ -. -y.
...the best milk

la '.espedaltr rcom

- mendea tor uuant leeeing- j
it's so puro and safe and so
easy for baby to digest It pro
ides growing children with
important nourishment they
'need every day,"; ; vn-
;" KtiM adds creamy goodness L
t coffee, tea, eereala-and all
kinds of milk recipes. For the .'
whole family-there's no milk;
more dependable than Kuaf.

VITAMIN

. m . r-,-isjm awn

I . mmmI

kiUl aartaf KSan I

Tats4s4(ti

HUlaartafKBaiD

.is, aed ye" kave I

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; : By MILTON RICHMAN
' i WEW YORK, June 13 (UP) Del Ennis, on the
trading blpck onlx a week ago, is swinging in his old
rhythmic style again and he could be the man to pro produce
duce produce a possible pennant melody for the streaking St.
Louis Cardinals.
''rv.if narAinnU tttrain heat, the the Red Sox. 8-X4 Detroit beat

Philadelphia Phillies to move
Into' a third place, tie in which
five teams are separated Dy on only
ly only one v game. Larry Jackson
patched, a nine-hit. 4-0 victory,
his eighth of the season to tie
Euben Gomez as the winmngesi
National League hurlers.
;But it was Ennis' big bat that
supplied the runs. Del blasted a
three-run roundtrlpper with
Stan Musial andL Wally Moon on
base after Don Blaslngame had
touched losing hurler Robin
Roberts for a bases empty homer
earlier in the contest. 1
iJThe five top NX. clubs are so
closely bunched today that they
all' 'fiould take over the league
lead or drop to fifth place after
tonight's games. Cincinnati still
leads by a half a game over both
Brooklyn and Milwaukee while
St. Louis and Philadelphia are
both one game out.
Yet, It was onlj. a week aso
that general manager Frankie
Lane of the Cards was offer offering
ing offering outfielder Ennis as trade
bait. But on June 7, the former
Phiily flychaser hit a tenth in in-iinr
iinr in-iinr homer off the Giants. He
Connected again to figure in
another triumph over New
York two days later. ;
, Those homers, coupled withj
the one he hit iast night, make
it a cinch he's off the trading
block now. .
. Stan (The Man) Musial -set a
league record for consecutive
games played at 823.
Brooklyn defeated Milwaukee,
11-9; Pittsburgh beat cmcinna-tij4-3,
in 10 tnningSj and the Gi Giants
ants Giants edged the Cubs, 4-3.
The White Sox Increased their
American League lead to five
games with a 7-6 victory over
iht Yankees; the Indians licked
Sports Car Club
To Hold Meeting
Tomorrow Night
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''The Isthmian Sports Car
.'Club will hold its monthly
business meeting at the Hotel
El Panama tomorrow (June 14)
at 7:30 p.m.
;Bud Weischer, president.
. UI preside. Bud proved that
''peed is not the prime factor
In winning the events by driv driving
ing driving his classic model MGTC to
first place in the club's last
"event, a gymkhana, at Chanrt
airstrip.
2r The club's next event will be
decided upon at this meeting
and a committee will be ap appointed
pointed appointed to make the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. Date, time and place of
the next meet will be announc announced
ed announced at later date. i
Anyone Interested in sports
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Race Hotter
Baltimore, 4-2, and Washington
took the nightcap of a twl-
night twin bill, 3-2, after Kansas
Citv won the opener, 8-3.
Charley weal arove in iour
runs with a triple and a homer
as ine iouBera euu wn wu
game losing slide at the expense
of the Braves. Neal's two-run
tiiple climaxed a six-run second
inning and his two-run homer
in, the fourth proved the margin
of victory, Frank Torre, Ed Mat Mathews
hews Mathews and Hank Aaron homered
for the Braves. 1
Gene Freese singled home Dee
Fondy in the 10th inning with
the run that gave the Pirates
their eighth victory in the last
12 games. Pittsburgh tied the
score in the ninth on Roberto
Clemente's single and Roy Face
came on in the 10th to gain the
victory. Tom Acker was the los
er.
Willie Mays was trie whole
show in the Giants' win over the.;
Cubs. He slammed his 11th
homer with two on in the sixth
to tie the score, then stole third
base in the ninth and continued
home when Cub catcher Cal
Neeman threw wild into left
field. Reliever Al Worthington
notched his seventh victory.
The White Sox had to call
on relievers Paul LaPalme and
Dixie Howell to check a ninth ninth-inning
inning ninth-inning rally after Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle blasted a two-run homer,
his second of the game and.
: 18th of the season. Mantle had
- four hits In five trips to boost
his batting average to .378.
Walt Dropo and Jim Rivera
hit homers for Chicago while
Bill Skowron and Hank Bauer
connected for the Yanks. Jack
Harshman was the winner.
With the Injured Herb Score
looking on, bullpen ace Don
Mossi hurled his first complete
game of the season to beat Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mossi scattered nine hits
and struck out six while the In-
dians capitalized on Bob Porter-j
fields error and balk to wrap "Pi
the contest with a five-run sec-1
ond inning.
The Tigers got to Onole start starter
er starter Art Ceccarelli for three runs
in the first Inning, J. W. Porter
supplying the big blow with a
two-run homer. Jim Bunning
went the distance for Detroit,
yielding six hits, Including hom homers
ers homers bv Bob Nieman and Bob
Rocky Bridges' sacrifice fly
with the bases loaded in the
ninth helped reliever Tru Clev
enirer to his fifth straight vie
tory-as the Senators won .the
nightcap from the Athletics. Roy
Sievers slammed hi 12th homer,
in th opener, Kansas City rode
t virtarv on homers by Lou
Skizas, Gus Zernial and Hal
smith. Arnie portocarrero was
the wlnnine pitcher although
Virgil- (Fire) Trucks relieved him
in the eighth.
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LEADING BATTERS ,,'?
(Based on 125 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club f ab r h Pet.
Hodges, Bklyn 50 191 29 71 .372
MusiaL,St Louis 49 202 29 72 .356
Groat, Pitts. ,- 32 128 16 45 .352
Fondy,' Pitts.
Thomas, Pitts.
Bailey, ClncW'
Mays, N.Y. s s-CimolL
CimolL s-CimolL Bklyn
45 18123 62 ,341
50 198 19 67 -338
50 161 32 53 .329
52 197 39 64 .325
41 170 30 55 .324
H.. Smith, St. hi 37 139 16 45 .324
Aaron. Mil. w ziv i u .324
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Bos. 47 16235 62 .383
Mantle, N.Y,
51 172 48 65 Z1&
Fox, Chicago
50 193 35 88 .352
Boyd,: Baitl. r
Wertz, .Cleve.
49154 30 52 .338
49172 30 5414
Skowron, N.Y.
49 189 27 59 .312
Bertoia, Detroit 38 127 11 39 .307
Lemon: Wash. 53 203 24 62 .305
Demaestri, K.C. 51 ii5 21 47 .303
Slevers, Wash. 54 205 36 62 ,.302
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves 18
MuslaL cards
12
11
11
11
Sauer, Giants
Moon, Cards
M.ays, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yanks
Williams, Red Sax
Zernial,; AthteC.
Sievers, SeC
Maxwell, Tigers
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Musial, Cards
Aaron, Braves
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
(Four tied with 33 each)
18
14
12,
13'
11
45
45
39
34
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators 41
Wertz, Indians ......... 39
Mantle, Yanks 39
Mlfloso, White Sox 36
Skowron, yanks 36
pitching;
(Based on 6 Decisions)
W
Pet
Shanti, 'Yanks "-7
Sanford, Phils 1
Bunning, Tigers 6
pierce, White Sox ...10
Schmidt, Cards 5
.875i
.875
.857
.833
.833
Score to Remain
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At Least Aug. 1
CLEVELAND (UP) Cleveland
pitcher Herb Score, sidelined by
s severe eye injury since May 7,
will be unable to return to action
until at least August 1.
After an eye examination Tues
day. Score was told be must re
main relatively inactive for
another four weeks. The treatment
was prescribed by eye special silt
Dr. Charles Thomas who has
treaV" Score since the pitcher
was struck in the eye by a line
drive. . ;
After the eximiinit ion
Dr. Thomas said. "Herb s condi
tion is greatly improved and his
eye has responded well to the
medication prescribed for him
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Raul
Macias of Mexico and Donme
Ursua of the Philipines have com completed
pleted completed their training for Saturday's
IS round NBA bantamweight cham championship
pionship championship bout Both went through
their final paces Tuesday and have
been pronounced in top physical
condition. ..
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OUTSTANDING YOUNG SWIMMER On the victor's ; stand
receiving the first place trophy during the. past Gamboa, in invitational
vitational invitational Meet is Martin Holmes of Balboar -.Martin has been
winning in competition since he was si yeafs old. Bill Zemer,
, a former swimming instructor at the Balboa Pool, recognized
a potenital champion in the making. Over the past five years
Martin has done a good job of carrying out these predictions
by dominating individual events In his age class. Martin will
be but one of the many fin swimmers who will be oufcto
continue an assault on existing record On ihe morningof
.I A July 4th at the Gamboa Pool. .

Pros Install Hogan Favorite,

Snead Second Choice

By OSCAR PRALIY
TOLEDO, Ohio (UP) Among
the men who will try to wnip
em. it's Ben Hogan as me man
to beat in the U. S. Open which
starts today at Inverness wun
Slammln' Sammy Snead as the
ppnnd choice and strong uxing
for such as Doug Ford, Jimmy
Demaret and young lw msier
Curly haired Jackie Burke
summed it up succinctly when he
was asked 4 to name his three
, The kid from Texas
picked, in order, Hogan, Ford and
Snead.
"A ehalk eater, huh?" some-
Jackie pinned the neckler with
a blue-eyed glance and said:
"'When you come to the big
ones, buster, I'1 stay with those
stake horses."
' Like Old Timers
ru'mrt one of the finest wind
olayers and, as such, unquestion-
htv threat in this one. bacxeo
up young Jackie.
"You have to stick with the old
timers for one-two," he grinned.
"So I like Hogsn and Snead, with
Finsterwald as an outsida possibl-
lity t ';
Vic Ghezzi the former PGA
champion, horned in to add:
"Personauy, ,4 nxo ,venirrv.
He's playing as weu as anypoay
on the circuit After that you have
to take a look at Ford and Snead.
If 'this was the Ohio Open, instead
of the National Open, I'd like
Sam. But, -as I've said before,
he's finished second four- times
and he may need, a new- set of
nerves. ''l''"t"
Jimmy Thomson, whose forte is
blasting the cover off the ball,
thinks that Snead has "if ;
1 h
Says Snead Is Up.
vHe's up,. Thomson said, "and
he's strong enough to get it out
of the rough around Iaverness.
Also., you might say, it seems
about time be won it I've got to
'figure lfial OW uumuer iww wm
finally mako tt number one."
I Watt Burkenio. the thunkyblond
bomber from Detroit who is one
the gamel finest maicn piay-
VICTORIA
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ROGUES
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era,' put in a strong vote for De
maret.? to be followed noma py
Ford and Finsterwald.
Julius Boros, -picked by Fete
Cooper to win a head-and-head
battle from Hogatt and Snead,
shrugged off his chances by talk-j
ing for, Hogan and Arnold maimer
in that order.. 7
WersKam Likes Thomson i
"That lone iron i play and his
ability to fight that wind which
whips in off Lake Erie has to
favor Peter i Thomson,", i former
Open king Lew worsnam asserted.
"After that, lookout for Finster Finsterwald
wald Finsterwald and Palmer."
Former PGA champion Chick
Harbert nodded confirmation.'
"That Thomson is my man," he
said. "After that IH take Snead
and Finsterwald." .. ;
So, with, the big one just one
day away, the consensus is Ho Ho-ean.
ean. Ho-ean. But as usuaL Old Fearless
is going to have to go with Slam-
min Sammy bneaa. lo -me, ii
would be one of the besjt sports
stories of all time if the balding
from the West Virginia hills could
pro win it.
ado i uunx no can. v
VFV Teener League
Meeliiig Tonight
. t'""
At JVB Hall, Balboa
The date is drawing Bearer for
the VFW Teener League -AU-Star
team to go to Hershey Pa., for
the annual basebau tournament
and many details, as yet unsettled,
will be aired to the public In sched scheduled
uled scheduled meetings. .,
Tonight, lesgue officials from
both sidea of the Isthmus will meet
at the Jewish Welfare Board Hall
at Balboa for the purpose of dis dis-eussina
eussina dis-eussina farther the forthcoming
trip to Hershey of the C.Z. Teener
Lei foe Aii-stars. At wis meeung
will also be held the drawing for
the Gate Prize, a TV set and the
winner, will be announced imme immediately
diately immediately after, the drawing.
Tonight's meeting, scheduled to
begin at T:3Q p.m., is not limited
to officials of the league. AS a mat matter
ter matter ef fact the league officials have
urged parents, p Is y eta and friends
of the Teener Leaguea from both
sides of the Isthmus to attend aod
share in the discussions and deci
sions as wall as to witness
drawing for the TV set

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! tlNCINNATf (UP-FTSiik and jCM record r
Bob Burl. 18 and U-years-oUs, NEWARX, N.J.; Joe Llsty. 152,! Csrrrr. J r.
rtspertively. have teea signed Middleaex, NJ, stprrd Vron frt in tne ; -the
CincinnsU Redlegs and wul.Turemie, 155, Moetreal (I). irr Cctt i
report to the team's snmh. .A- -m f
gL lrm ekib in the Smith At- HOUSTON, Tn : try TTi-. '' -lanuc
L-if'J on June 17 F-ti 1M, Cot an4 Sv. T' p r ' -are
graduates ef Anencaa Lr;cB-d -Willie Pawraoo, ?- cr-
ieoai La. I'.

League

By iiiEVOR SIMONS
The 1957 version of the Atlantic
Basketball League promises keen
competition among four e v n 1 y
balanced teams, all chosen from
among the ranks of High School
varsity, Junior .Varsity and local
taieni wun many years oi experi experienced
enced experienced in previous Gold Coast cage
loops.
Earlier this year, when the of officials
ficials officials met for fhe. purpose of
organising tha league, the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side seomd doomed to an another
other another summer .; without basket basket-bal.
bal. basket-bal. The reason was tho Inabi Inability
lity Inability of any sorvice teams to com compete
pete compete as had boon the custom in
the- past, i ','.
Service teams, without innumer innumerable
able innumerable other athletic commitments,
could not meet the schedule for
the annual ; summer loop. -But
league oficials, instead of simply
discarding the idea of basketball
at Margarita for 1957, assembled
all the civilian talent' available and
devided them up evenly into four
teams. The result four quintets,
so equally proportioned that a fa favorite
vorite favorite for this season will be im impossible
possible impossible to predict. ; ?i S -r
. Another hurdle,- the shortage
sponsors, was Overcome who n
,tn league decided to cut ex ex-ponses
ponses ex-ponses by doing their own refer refer-eing,
eing, refer-eing, allowing those officials to
share in whatever profits the
league might realize from dona- -tions
of fans. v
Powells.-' who havn niiiirhnspil
franchise in each of the nine years
that the Atlantic Baikethali
League has operated and one of
me most famous names in' local
amateur sports, will aeain be re.
vresenied in tne J57 camapaign.
Monday night the league will o o-pen
pen o-pen with, "Powells- -scheduled to
meet the Alumni in tha first cam.
at 7 p.m. and Cristobal facing the
working Boys in the nightcap
Which follows 13 rrtihiiW .fto- ihl
first game has been 5 comnlpf pH
Two games will be slated from
that date onward each Monday
and Wednesday night through Aug,
r.
ues
PACIFIC COAST IJU6UE?';'
Results and UBdlns:u.
Sacramento a. San Francinflf "r :
San Diego a, Los Angeles l
Hollywood 5, Vancouver 0
Seattle 3, Portland J J 7
Teams w I. Ft.
San Francisco 88 24 :.813
viiuuuver .... .i
Hollywood .. .,
Los Angeles ,. ..
Saa Diego .. ..
Seattle. ..., 21 '33
Portland 22 33
Sacramepto ii .; .. 17 41
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUi
Teams "". w L
Pet" GB
Richmond . v 34 19-'
.642 V'
Toronto . 31 23
Buffalo . ... 28 23
.574
,549
.491
.474
-464
5
8
Rochester . .'28 29
Havana i ; v.- 27 30
Columbus ,v i 2e 30
Miami 25 30
Montreal . 19 34
.455 10
.358 15
(First Game. T InnlnraV
Miami ,000 023 1 9 1
i-oronto 001 01114 8 2
. Hunsinger, Paige (5), nd Bu Bu-cha;
cha; Bu-cha; Crlmiau, Tlffenauer (8),
x-eara o, jonnson (7) and St
ciaire. WP: Paige. LP: Tlffen
uer. HR's:. Young, ooliat, Mor-
Miami 000 000 0000 11
Toronto 010 000 02x 3 10 0
Anderson ana Bucha: Robin
son and RosellL HR's: Gollat.
RosellL
(First Game. 7 Inoinas)
Havana 000 000 11 8 3
Montreal 031 410 0-9 15 0
' Hatten, Ramlrea (4) and Sie
rra; Garcia (4); Harris and
Roeeboro. if Hatten, m ;
(Second Garnet
Havana 000 001 031 5 8 9
Montreal OO0 003 0003 13 2
Pena,- Lane (8V, Scantlebury
(9 and Garcia; Grob, Wals (9)
and Roeeboro. WP: Pena. LP:
Grob. ';
-' (11 Innlnes) i
Columbus 000 120 100 004 9 1
Rochester 000 103 000 015 12 1
Blackbura, Gruawald (6 and
Kravlti Rlcketta. Lovenguth (5)
and Green,
Richmond 012 000 1004 1
Buffalo 040 000 lux 19 2i
. Coatea, James (8) and Wat-
Hngtoa; Cox and "Noble.- LP:
Coatea. HR's; Easter, ScheH. ,
; Fight Results'
. lr UNtTfD PBtSS
TunMiL 172 fenflsnd. outortint-

Leaa

the'ed Arthur Howsrd, 173 1 Eni.
mi ttM'.ntA tirht kirranflit

SPORTS CAR ENTHUSIAST

! MGTC; In. which he won the

venv receives ine "go signal ior a1 run against ;tht stop stopwatch
watch stopwatch at Pacora ajr strip from starter Dave Alien,

- Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE r v
seams - w i. m. iut
MllwaukeeVV 29. 21
Brooklyn ; 29 21 '.. 80
St. Louis 28 21,-: .571;1?
Philadelphia t-7.28-.2l4 .571 : 1
New York .22 31 9
Pittsburgh
19 32
1431
.373 11
.311 .133
Chicago
a- TODAY'S GAMES.
'.Chicago at New York ';;
: rdnclnnati at Pittsburgh
Milwaukee at Brooklyn :
, St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
YESTERDAY RESULTS
(Night Game; -rv'T
(10 Innlngsfe ::., js.
Cincinnati 002 001 000 03 10- 0
Pittsburgh 001 000 011 1-4 12 1
Kiippstel:
jsaueyi
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Ran
(Night Game) v
Milwaukee- 100 400 013 9 12
Brooklyn 380 200 OOx 11 11
Confer (0-4TBurdette, Jolly,
Phillips and Rice, Taylor,
Podrea. Roebuck (1-1) -Xkblne
and Campanella. ,; ;
(Night GamelT5,
St Louis 010 003 0004;
PhUadelphia 000 000 00i
Jackson (8-2) and. H. Sml
Roberts (8-8),
, Mprehead
topatawf.
Chicago, rl 102 000 000-3 8
New York j .000 003 0014 4 ? 2
Rush; Lowh (22) and. : Nee
man.- : -,. ...;, ..
Barclay, CwortWngton-r(7-4)
and K&tt i -

Gun Club Notes

1 t,
Yhm Ttsthoa Gun Club- smallbore
A.mnnnihin will, be fired Satur
day, June 23, at tne ciud s nruo
Range, rinng wui oegm i
The three top awards for the
hlph Balboa Gun Club members
can only be won by the members
of the Balboa Gun Club in good
standing "dues paid" as of June
22, 1957. All class awards can be
won by the high competitor. A A-wards
wards A-wards will be given for the. high
gun, high sharpshooter, and high
marksman in each match.
' The course of fire will be 20
shots fired in 20 minutes in each
of the four positions. Example:
Match No. 1 will be 20 shots fired
in 20 minutes from the prone po position,
sition, position, 50 yards, and sights. The
other positions are the sitting,
kneeling, and the off hand or staBd
ing positions. s
Registrations will close at 9 a.
m. June 23, for the full match.
Post entries may be made for any
match that has not been aquaded,
except match No. 1.
cents for NRA lor the enure pro
Entrv fees win le u Pius a
tt Mr- match n-
tries after 9 a.m. will be charged
$1.25 per match,
BALBOA

The Balboa Gun Club 22 pistol:2nd SS, Frank Anderson

chsmpionship : was woo for the
third straight year by Norbert F.
"Nobby" Keller with an excellent
core of 838 out of a possible 900.
How-fT, KfH-r bemg pushed
by Chief WcKee, Csrice, Mcll Mcll-Viine
Viine Mcll-Viine snd Vv irrercr
iry Chief Ivan N. McKpo t
a nw ririEe rford f r tfc Ns-
tiocsl Vavft Course .3 I i oui
of a bos?. Me 2). 'rt. Jcrh J
li:s tud the
t -t 1-re

Bud TVelscher.'. drivlne thi

last Isthmian Sports Car, Club
MFif iraiM ivaAtt
Tpm, w i 1 d
GB
Chicago
New York'.- .
Cleveland .
Detroit t;.
Boston . t
Baltimore w-
33 16 .673
29 22 .869 5
. 27 23 '.540 64
28 25 '528 7
26 27 .491 9
. 23 28 .451 11
. 22 30 .423 12ft
19,36 .45J.T
Kansas City
Washington
' TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Detroit
. Washington at Kansas City (N)
new Kura at unicago
Boston at Cleveland

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS A
New York 110 0110028 14 0

Chicago w 020 212 OOx 7 11,': 0

Kucks (8-8), Cicotte, Byme and
Berra. ; Mii
Harshman (5-3), Keegan,-La-
Palm;'iHoweU and Lollajr.-, -.f
itf':vyl'A -' ,i Je-s
v W .'(Nlglit ,Game) v..
Boston ?; 000 010 0001 9 .1
Cleveland- 051 000 00x-8 0
Porterfieldai(l-3)n .Jdlnarcln
and white, ma in- i i k' -,
Mossi (4-0) -and Naragonv -: i s

Baltimore f ? 010 00i 000-4 i 9 -1 ; ":
Detroit u 300 001 OOX 4 ? 8 0
- Ceccarelli v (0-2),- rornieles.
Brown and Trlandos.

? "Bunning (6-1) and5 Wllsoa' '
' VTwllieht Gamel r- !-
Washins-ton 000 012 000 S I D
Kansas, City 010 002 llx-1-5" 6 2

pascuai (4-7J ana uounney.
Portocarrero X3-1), Tnicks and

Smith.' Vi--.L i''6 'j- '. v-'-

(Night Game)'
Washington s 000 010 101-3 S 0 0-Kansas
Kansas 0-Kansas City 000 001 100 3-: 7 0
- Abernathy, Clevenger ; (5-0)
and Courtney.
. Garver .' (4-5), Trucks and
Smith. .' yf. rr -" v j v. k -v-
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t
'. 'Winners are: -'
Match No. 1 Time first
High Gun N.F. Keller'-1 19i
HiEh Expert C. B. Mcllvalnr 193
High Sharpshooter Mrs.-' Jlmmie
Cosper - 173
High Marksman JWVMsthews 1S7
Match No. 2, Rapid Firot
High Gun N. F. Keller "v. -MS-,
Hi-Exp. Warrenger Bas v!192
Hi-SS. Frank Anderson 1 1 178
Hi-Mkm J. W. Mathews '1 -;i 188
Match No. J.'Slw fir S9 yards
Hi eh Gun Harvey Smith 188
Hi-Exp, C. B. McDvaine .i74
Hi-SS. Frank Anderson iw
Hi-Mkm JJ. McAdams ' 158
Match No. 4, National Match Ceur
- -. Match No. 4,
National Match Course ... .k t
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High Gun, Ivan N. McKee 2
Hi-Exp, C. B. Mcllvaine i 2
Hi-SS, Mrs. Jimmie Cosper tf3
Hi-Mkm, J. D. McAdams 268
Match No, Aggigato
.High Gun Norbert F.. Keller Kt
ena lvin n. acui v ki
High Expert, Clarence
McllvsiSi
834
2nd Expert, Warrenger Bass 811
Higb S6, Mrs. jimmie cosper iw
751
High Mkm, J. Woodrow Ifathews
75S
Today Encanto J5,23
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PASSACS
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Jack Dimpse, W th only time. h. ever bad 1, etrouble

0SZrZtoZ I dWn't Ustento Tex

B, the oM;kanaSSa Mauler, tew to

Broadwa7atery,::wanted to be sure hla rerowka wouwn'i oe
Kont?ued in tt Dresent situation, which finds the.;govern the.;govern-went
went the.;govern-went ?tSK to "AJtoMoirU'wtogtlc-w-te

. "Actually, an independent1 promoter can do the ppri 101
of good," Dempsey said.But he's gotto have a bank roll, j kn or or-ganDon
ganDon or-ganDon and good business sense. There's a great deal more tp
KrEKthM lult slmlna the Jlghters. I speak, from experience,

some of.lt painful, Ive worked both sides of the street.
We had, forgotten Dempsey promoted fights, s ' ;
- .ninr m vnn don't remember nr masterpiece

he "exclaimed. "Baer and Schmellng in Yankee gUdium? Never
worked so hard In my life and made so Utle moneyEven iUed iUed-ln
ln iUed-ln as a sparring partner for Baer one day. Belted him a couple
of good ones in the belly, too. That part of it was fun." '.
. rbp stunned th Nazi Idol In 10 rounds and a year later won

the -heavyweight championship under the auspices of Madison

Square Garden, we negiectea ia asx now uempaey iinpcuu v
let the champlonshlo match get away from him. Possibly, one
promotional venture with the erratic and flamboyant Baer was

all he could, stana. ;
:, a Dempsey'g first experience with ah Independent or free-lance
promoter, was when he stopped Billy Mlske In Benton Harbor,
Mich., for a fellow named Floyd Fitzsimmona. He was to be paid
$50,000 before he stepped into the ring. He got It In a photo the
day of the fight , rl:' ' ; -: v
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"I remember it was after hours- and they got. the president,
or some other big shot to open the bank, so it must have been
there wasn't enough in the till to pay off."
. .His second experience was in Shelby, MontA "where he has
" been guaranteed $300,000 to meet Tommy Gibbons and had to
settle for "a little more than $200,000." This was one of the big

gest ana cosuiesi iiops m ring nisiory. inrec durj tuuiJocu uu
the civic-minded amateur promoters went broke.
"A week before the f isht," Dempsey said yesterday, "it was
plain, even to me, these fellows were in an awful fix. I decided to
call Rlckard in New -York. J
& To -my surprise, be wag Interested. After all, Doe (Jack
Kearns, his manager) and I bad walked out on bm. Packard a-'
greed to take over the promotion, switch It to New York, and
squar the local fellows' debts. ; ' '
. Then I got another surprise. They said nothing doing. This
was their oromotion an! they were goln? through with it They
didn't need help from R'ckfcrd, or anvbody else. Their pride was
at stoke, along with their dough, and they didn't intend to lose
both."- :
(Ed. Note: This la the first we heard that Dempsey had tried
to get Rlckard to save the Shelby fnntasy. He must have called
him on hla own. fc in those davj Kearns wan in fu cre o
all business details. Moreover, when the match was made (Rlckard
had shrured it. off. Gibbons was an old men as fighters go, and
Harry Greb had beaten him the year before). -, ,
- $50,001 AUTOGRAPH
i Demneev wanted to fiht Harry Wills in the worst wit. And
he proved it by agreeing to tie up with Fitzsimmons again, the
rame fellow whn hadnt been able to get th Mlske promotion oft
the ground. Rlckard was Insistent on Oene Tunnev, but Dempsey.
cut. of action three years, wanted Wills, whom he considered a
softer touch to start a comeback with.
This thne FUs ad com uu with a bank-rH man who own owned
ed owned a btI in South 'end," said Dwiw. WIH was te get
(50,000 for simlnr and I down for $125,000. Wills ft his. but
when they offered me $25,000 now and promises tomorrow, I
me'ted a rat
We saw no point in askln him In identify the obvious, and.
besides, we were more interested in learning what happened to
the 50 Gs the ol Black Panther got for Ms giennture.
"Harry keot it." lsmehed Dempsey. "And Irould have to guess
It was the last time the hotel man ever Ysked a fighter for his
autograph."

Eddie Arcaro,
Fitzsimmons
Aim For 7th

NEW YORK (TJP)-JockeyWil

lie Shoemaker and trainer Johnny
Nerud face a formidable barrier

of Belmont Stakes success Satur

day when they match wits with

Eddie Arcaro ana sunny Jim

Fitzsimmons.

Shoemaker, who Will ride Ralph

Lowe s Gallant Man,' and Nerud,

the colt's trainer, will be trying
to win the $100,000 classic for the

first time.

Arcaro will be shooting for his

seventh Belmont triumph when

he sends Wheatley Stable s Bold

Ruler out of the starting Bate

And if Bota Ruler' wins the mile-

and-a-half race, he'll also give
Fitzsimmons. the 82-year-old dean

of American trainers, nis leventn

Belmont victory.

orobablv will help make -Bold

Ruler the favorite at post time,

But Gallant Man and Shoemaker

are 1 certain to be strong secona

choices -and many' expert horse

men 'undoubtedly will put their

monev on this pair.-

Bold Ruler defeated Gallant

Man by inches in i the mile-and

an-eishth wood Memorial in April.

But many observers believe Gal

lant ; Man. a compact. English-

bred colt,, will handle the gruel

ling Belmont distance better than

Bold Jiuier. v

Gallant Man. with Shoemaker

misiudeine the finish line, lost the

KentucKy Derby to calumet a iron
Liege by a-nose while Bold Ruler
was 'a well-beaten fourth. Bold

Ruler v then won i the Preakness

but Gallant Man did not run in

that race.f4if ..iv.- -.
Last Of The
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ATLANTA (NEA)- When Geor

gia Tech beat Alabama, 10-1, in
the final -game for the baseball
chamoionshio. tha .Yellow Jackets

completed the first title sweep of
any member: school in all seven

recogmzeasports since the south southeastern
eastern southeastern Conference was organized

24 yearsiago.- t'it&u.;: au v -v
; Georgia Tech's championship
baseball team was not entered in

the 'National Collegiate Athletic
Association tournament because

nine 1 regulars had played four

years of .varsity competition. They
were the survivors of the sauads

of school year 1953-54, when fresh

men were eligible is the SEC

Tech decided not to enter the

tournament because it could not

present' a representative team. --

tsy operauos ox we oeiayea
freshman ruling in the SEC. eight

football men established a re

markable record.-Johnny Meneer,

Wade Mitchell, Paul Rotenberry,
Georc Volkert, Dickie Mattison,

Don Miller, .Carl Vereen .and
Frank Christy .. "played in ; four

consecutive New. Year's Day Bowl

games..:', ': j,v V;

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. opinion of iome people, the order is out lor more Datting practice. Bill bKOwron, batting .187,
t-' picks en excellent model in Mickey Mantle, who practically is in a slump at .361. J

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'By BEANS It EAR DON
Writtes fer NEA Service
QUESTION: With one out and

men on first and second bases.

men on first and second bases, the

batter Hits ssieiy. me man on

second base scores but the man
on first in thrown out at the plate.

The umpire rules that the batter

failed to toucn first base and calls
the third out. Does the run count?
Andy iBarbera.'
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'Answer: No run can be scored

on the play since the batter rep

resented the tura out Deiore
reaching first bsse safely.
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' Q. The batter homers' Inside the

pais: with two men aboard and

one out. The first runner fails to
toucbt bird bsse oa the wsy borne.

but the second runner and batter
do. The defensive team holds the

ball at third base and appeals to

the umpire, who rules the iirst

runner out. Do the two runs
count? Tony Ciafalo.

A. Tbey do. The rules state that

V- By JIMMY BRISLIN

NEW YORK (NEA) Here Is

an invaluable list of facts which
every baseball fan should clip and

save in order to be completely in

formed on shifts of jnajor league

franchises:

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Carfare for the 1958 Dodgers

Yankees World 6eries will be in

creased from 15 cents to $174.74,

or, if you go via. air coach to Los

Angeles, $108.00. ;

Marvin Kratter. who owns Eb-

bets Field in Brooklyn, plans to
have ptrWnrv facilities, with a 24-

hour attendant, in the basement
of the apartment house he'll put
up on the site... Plans call for a
five-room ground floor apartment

to be on the approximate location

wnere cai Abrams decided to head

for home and was thrown out by

Richii Ashburn in 1950. thus los

ing the pennast to the Phillies.
The apartment will rent for $200
monthly with parking extra. At
that price, tenants should be al

lowed to flatten the attendant each I

night, but Kratter says he won't

lei them do it. ,t

Fresco Thompson, vice-president

oi tne jjoagers, has a "ror Sale'

sign on the front lawn of his home
at 26 Delaware Avenue, Freeport,

Long lsiana. inose looking tor a
bargain should watch out. When

Fresco's daughter took a trip to
Germany1 and wrote of meeting
a flock of fine GI'S at Garmisch,
he planned her9 next vacation for

rort mx. n. J. He is economical

Owner Horace Stoneham of the

Giants has an apartment on ultra
Sutton Plac and apybody caring
to pick up Ms lease should bring

imoney. sstonenam apartment is

weU stocked with merchandise

which might break en route to San
Francisco, so must be paid for

upon; assuming his lease...

rihe Golden Gate In San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco has the longest single span

in the world 4,200 feet. Its tow towers
ers towers are 746. feet high.. It is much

bigger than the George .Washing-

tos Bridge, which used to bring

New jersey trade to the Polo

Citation Just
Wasn't Human

NEW YORK (NEA) Had Ci Citation
tation Citation performed before televis'jn

cameras there is little doubt that
this son of Bull Lea would have

become an even bigger legend
than he is.
An inkling of Citation's creat-

nesa was expressed by an anony

mous groom wno. turned to Alfred
G. Vanderbilt after the colt's vic

tory in the Sysonby Stakes at Bel

mont rark and said: "Boss. that

noss gusi ain t numani:' ,,

This year will, mark the final

retroactive presentation of the

f hroughbred Racing Assocla

tion's Triple Crown Trophy. It

will go to Calumet Farm in recog
nition of the performance of Ci

tation in 1948, when he -won the

Jventucky Derby, The Preakness.
Belmont Stakes and v everything

eise in signt. t
The presentation t will be .made

at the TRA annual' dinner in Mi

ami Beach in early December.

Basjlio Sure; He Can Beat

x6ver-the-Hiir Robinson

By OSCAR FRALEY

a desperation -hook and caugnt ;
Fullmer coming in. Anbody bad
to go when hit with such a lucky !;
combination. But I saw him in the' j!
dressing room 15 minutes Jatet Mi
and he. still was huffing, and puff-- f,
ing." , , !;

' ALEXANDRIA BAY. N.V. (UP)

Bulging-browed Carmen Basilio
knelt on a sun-swept boat dock as
the "admiral'' ,ol. the Thousand
Islands fleet poised a swordover
his close-cropped head and pre prepared
pared prepared to "knight" 'him.

J A broad erin sweot over the

battle-scarred features of the wel welterweight
terweight welterweight champion and, looking
up at ; the admiral" and his.
sword, ctasilio quipped;:

"just iiKe au these fight man

agers. Reaay to take his cut" :
Whlrh mav- Avnlnin In narf whu

the one-time onion farmer ia hoo-Rove him, keep on top of him and v

' . nn..nM 1, UIM .... Tf f I

mg ioaay ta get an .opportunity to ."" nf

destroy a Innc-tim irinl arouna na let mm maite me

Five Rounds Of Dsnger-
So Basilio has it worked' out in
his mind just how; he will beat,
Robinson If given the chance.
"He's dangerous only for four or

live round now." 'Basilio x?

plains. "Then he's got to run out .

of gas. so I'll have to feint and"

Carmen Basilio needs a "bite

pay-day,' ,,,', ,

iven ftben you re the champion

tight,- he'd ha ve a cht.nce.1

stay on him, he won't.

It he doesn t come to terms

If I

of the world, it is no guarantee "o?".' BasiUo threatened, y "I'm

that you are financially ''loaded

Aoa so it, is with .Basilio, an iron iron-hard
hard iron-hard terror in the ring but a but'
ter-soft "touch" on the outside.

He has had his share of lucrative
fights out the circle of pleading
palms is large and Basilio is. too

nice for his own' good

Batilio Has A

Plan

Brinalne him face to fare with

the necessity of blasting aside the

man wno long nas been, his fistic
idol, Sugar Ray Robinson, another
of the mighty who found that the
riches of the ring are difficult to

retain.

Basilio thinks he can do it, too
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touise Suggs Surprises
Herself; With Victory In
Ladies PGA Championship

o

the

affected by the act of the preced preceding
ing preceding runner unleM two are out.

By. JOHN CARROLL
PITTSBURGH fUP) Louise

Suggs, who thought she "didn't
have a ghost of a chance," won

the XI Mia Ladles' POA champion

stub Monday at Churchill Valley

Country Club with- asuzung two-

under men's par 68 that' tied the

course record for women and set

new mark with a three-under-

par 31 on the final nine.

"I am completely overcome

with what happened," the smiling
fiaa .Qllflfr nt C Tlan1 CI

said accepting a check for $1,316

in top prue money." .

The LPUA president, who

proved to her fellow members

wne was doss dv erasing a three-

stroke deficit going into the final

round lo win by the same margin

over a "tensed -up" Witfl Smith.

said she honestly didn't believe

She could win. ---.

VI Flaying Bad CH.

I had been playing bad golf

II week, but in the final round
my ditves turned straight. my

n-ons were working and I .urely

she admitted before taking a three

week breather. She plans to fol-

up with
for the

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ucceeding rpners are do)ow the rest of the touring women

pros bite tne Ladies' National

Opeot he last week of June at the
Wing FoofCrab in Mamaroneck,
uv i

I For Miss Suggs, victory esme

after she put together rounds of

69-74-74-68 for a five-over-par total

of ZM. ine 20-yearoid Miss Smith,

playmg out of St. Cuir, Mich

tinished second with a 28S for

$321 ia prise money. Solittinf the

$755 third-place money were last

year's LPGA champ Marlene Bau

er Hairre. uams. Tea., and Bev

erhr Hanson, Indio. Calif., each

with 290s.

Next came Joyce Zitke, Watm

roro. was., an; Manlyn smitn.

Wichita, Kan 294, -and Patty

Berg. M. Andrews, 295.
Twe-Str Fenalrf
The turning point of the T2-feo!e
toornament cimi on the ltk tee
where trckW.ced Wild, playing
in her trt j-n tour, seit her
rire -? i-!o the wd. to
:he r';M f -r iomstic two--cl.e
t i ti cne-eyer

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at the time and wound
a heart-breaking seven

par-four bole.
Meanwhile,, Miss Suggs 'was

ouiiaing .up steam. She was one-over-par'
at 37 making the turn,
after sinking her first birdie on
No. 9. She also flashed birdies on
the 11th, 15th and 17th greens
with, the last one set ud bv a daz

zling five wood shot that landed

feet from the oin. By that

time, youthful Wiffi was. too far

benmd to recover and finished
with t 74.

Grounds. The GW has a span of

inly 3,100 feet and besides, it is
ix years older than the Golden

Gate. 1 ?'- s '-.

Columnists agree there is only
one night flub dolne well in Los

Angeles, the Coconut Grove. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, this fact, might, not be too
persistent, what with the Yankees
staying in New; York.

Out of courtesy Ditchers at

Wrigley Field in Lbs Angeles will

use a certain brand of cum to en-

nance tneir spitters next -season.

i - '.,
At least one National Lea cue

baseball writer in New, York nas

asked his sports editor u he can
to a permanent bowling column
starting in October.'

Just wait till unsusnectins Los

Angeles and San Francisco fans
get their first dose of those mid

winter "John Smauchantt! inked

a pact for $11,500 and gave the
Dodgers the lead in the contract
signing derby" stories..

Roinr to take the 1 wmner of 'the

Kid Gavilan-Vince Martines fight

and defend the welterweight title .;

against wnicnever-one wins. i
"I just can't wait too long," -he "a
added. "I've xot to have a big
pay day." y m.

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NEW YORK (UP) St. 'John's
University announced today it wjl)
send three runners, Jialf-miler Ur jv
onel Stevens and quarter milera,
Stephen Bartold and Lloyd Henry,
to the NCAA track nf HeM

"Robinson was one of the great I championships Friday and Satutf-
fighters," Basilio analyzed with :day at Austin, Tex. : 1 L

STANTON,, Del. (UP) tie--trayed,
a 100-1 shot, produced 'a'"?
$1,304.80 daily double Monday at
Delaware Park when she won,the
second race at : $202.00. for iaA

too, needed Sweet -Stroller won the first racr

at s.e.80 for. $2. j.i-rti

the admiration of a crowding
slugger for the master boxer. "But

ne has got to be over the hill and
I know I can beat him."
There were those who thought

that Robinson should never have

come back. (But he

money and the old-time hunger

reyived a certain amount of the

ancient "talents

a r Akin uiau a a aa v

du LiieiL lie twice kuraw na i .numa

iougm mi way dick to tne midM CAKLSUAU, JNM. (NEA) The.
dleweight title, the last time Carlsbad Potashera of the South-H
against another Basilio type I western League got 16 hits and'
crowder named Gene Fullmer. 17 walks, but it took an error fnrv

"He was lucky,'' Basilio says, them to win a 6-5; game from, El
"Coming off the ropes he-threw asd, ' '"

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. WANTED; Dependable house' 'IFOR SALE; i 3-bedroom, eceasi
1 keeper, mutt be able to cook. view house, exclusive neighbor-8027-C
Second St., Margarita. hood. 2-2542, office hours.

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FOR RINTf Furnished i-beV
, nam c baler, for rwe eouplee..
' Camp Aleejre, 61 Steeet 4e.
' 4. Phone 3-2795. $65; '
FOR RtNTj Small furnished
ehalef to married "' J.5'
, 48th Shoe No. 2S-I,, Balla Vli-
' Is, Phone a-M
Resorts
. Reserve- NOW. Inexpensive
.- eatisffing vacation, Santa
Clara Heath. Shrapnel's fur..
, nlshed houses. Phono Balboa
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Criatbal.
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tjnonU it ;8anW lar; Boach,,
TTalophono Smith, Balboa 3681.
rf-MISCELANEOUS

.uVf "HT Ixcellent-arte
' "vJuire AoMmena Ave. No. 4 4-,
, 4-, it 48. opposite Branch First Nation Nation--
- Nation-- al Bank, For Information phone

T; 1-1007, R.ai.
k mvliti a - m Ciuaa

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' ;r,1Bullding, ,'44th V Colombia, Ba Ba-;.
;. Ba-;. H, vista. Phono 3-0272.

Br Jonas E. Jalk
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rOf Foundallon Prexy
! 'NEW Y0R. June IS (UP)
-BasU O'Connor, 63, President of
i, th National Foundation for Jnfan Jnfan-'tik
'tik Jnfan-'tik Paralyaia, was married today
Te torwlio therapist Hazel KoyaU, 43
; t Dr,; Jonag E. Salk at; best
tinrinan. V -if-
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teraational FollomyeUtia Confef Confef-nt;e
nt;e Confef-nt;e la GeneV;'witierland.

"""rector of functional physical ther ther-7MfZf
7MfZf ther-7MfZf the Georgia Warm Springs
FPow.dation, of wnich O'Connor has
hasbeen president ainceJ tiwdeath
of I President Franklin, D. Roose-

f O'Connor s mat. w-
t 1955. 1B brido -retentlf; obtained
Aa. iu.-i.. nurllev

g a oiTorce poiu
Srlddin w ieed

i Jn. chapel of tns i n
ln :Church;tyDr. Benjamin F.
4 Farter, a brother--of Jn t O-
TnnnorV law partners, v;

: Salk.-deyeloper of V
polio -vaccine umu j r---Joundation,
amhei ftonv P Mm Mm-hureh
hureh Mm-hureh te serv as best anan, ine
bridVw..,ndby .rs. Ted
rhlL Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
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T Europe lomoriuw
f United SUtes.

: LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE Of SALS
S!2ue SISirt cSirt tor' the Ca Ca-22.
22. Ca-22. D-S5oer.'p
Srt, ot the 1.UU of Jnee Pone

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Srt, bet-ieMtefald eawo:
;! alrrrrco. Diverslone.
T Shares Mountain Trust Bank

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Oii oniSeTm writing addr-s
aj In aealed envelope u
Sara, virgimia av.
AaaHtrmrtx.Ktal
Xb.' -ri. that h.
The rlfh reject any er an WJs
reeerved.
"V Adninletntilar
OeUd June IS. 1H7.
; LEGAL r K0TICE
tMITCD STATES- Of-AMDUCA
Canal Zone
.' Vnttea' See Dtotrtet Ceerrt far
The Dttrta W Tha Caaal IM
1 h the Matter ot the ApUon of
Ri chare Mars ueai. '"" -7
aaa at 1 yeeri. v- mumum
" xin CivU Cltatian.
, To: Wlleon Lee Deal
kefore the United States Dtatrict Court
for the Dattrtet or tne
vptotv of Crietohah et the C5f?02
the SOth ay -t Auruat, 1S7 at a
clock ka tha foreaooei mt that day.
than ana there to enow eauoo, tfany
yan have, why Georfe S1Bouae should
not proceed with the herto We pe pe-tHr
tHr pe-tHr lor tha odoptknt ot the bow
iTnijIItolhe Honor. W Gnthrta r
TVowe, Mae. United etatea Dtatrlct
Court for the Inatrict of rho Canal Zone,
this 4lh day of June. last.
- C. T.- aVCarnOrl, fc,
'- -. Clerk nt Ourt
HT Dovtd M. JcaklnS
.' tcuty Clerk.
Tin Wrtmm Lee Deal -The
tareeoinf ertatkal ta nmJ
n you y publication purauant to the
nrer of the Hnnorabie Cuoirfe r.
Crawe. Jo4f. liruted Statao Dirtrtct
Cwt tor the Dbtrict et tSe Canal lama
eaud tha Slat day i Kar. 1KT. and
r'rd and ld m thie arrion in the
"f of the Cl"k a tr. V-irttd Statt
r irrl Court P-rMn "f Cnatobal. o
ine iJt day of v.
C. T. WKarwIrk,
f mt fl Cfirt
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ATTENTION. 0. I.! Jurt built
madam furniihad apartmontt, I,
2 badrooma. ,. hot, cold water.
Phono Faaama 8-494l.

FOR RENT: A thra-bdroom
apartmant, with two baths, liv liv-,
, liv-, ing-dining room, kitchaiit maid'a
room with own bath,, washtubs,.
- garage, and hot watar facilities.
For lurthar details call Panama :
3-1292, C A. OULCIDIO GON
ZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR KENTt Modern apart apartments.
ments. apartments. "Edificio Oeveaux,", B
Street, El Canejrejoi next te Ho Ho-,
, Ho-, tat El Panami.' See caretaker on
premises. Miguel Hive Phone
3-4844.
FOR RENT a-rSpsciout twei-bcd-
room unfurnished apartment in
' fine residential dictricf, Riviera
Building. Call Panama' 2-1661
during office hours ) v
FOR .RENT: 3-bedroom .Apart .Apartment,
ment, .Apartment, 2 bathrooms, hot : water,
' large dining end living room, se separata
parata separata jiuid's room with bath,
garage, unfurnished, in high tool
locality, all screened, with bal balcony,
cony, balcony, in El Cangre jo. Telephone,
office hours, 2-0321.
FOR RENT: Modern 3-bedroom
apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. Campe Alegre. Phono 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. 7-8 e.m.
FO R RENT: One bedroom
apartmant, furnished. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Second Avenue No. 39.
"Botica del Pueblo." Phone 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: -2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, combination living room room-dining
dining room-dining roe m, maid's quarters
with bathroom, washing room,
garage, .. perch, and installation
tor hot water. In Federico. Boyd
Avenue No. 4 .(Mirador). For
information pleaso call Panama
3-0091.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment with hot watar,
garage, 56th Street (Campe Al Alegre).
egre). Alegre). For information Phone
2-24 1 or 3-5322.- ;
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment en Vis Poms' No;
120, betide Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Cenunistary, For
information phone 3-5024,
FOW HENTi' WeK furnished
'coolest 2-bedroom apartment,
duplex house, very private. Cam Campe
pe Campe Alegre. Phone 3-5024.
Labor Commit lee
Starts Hearings
On Union Welfare
WASHINGTON. June IS (UP)-
The House Labor Committee
opened bearings today aimed at
erecooff legislative sSfeeilards to
protect union welfare funds from
unscrupulous or Inefficient offi officials.
cials. officials. Chairman Graham A. Barden
(D-NC) eaid the committee was
not bent on 'drafting "punitive"
ami labor legislation but only
wanted to look after the interests
of. the union rank-and-file.
"Over 20 million workers look
to these funds for their protec-
uon against me nazaras 01 mneas,
old age and death," he said.
"Since the beneficiaries of these
funds lack any real power to de defend
fend defend themselves, we wish to con
siderwhat government regula
tion is desirable to protect them
from unscrupulous fund officers,
and also from reckless or ignorant
mismanagement."
u
The committee- spent its first
session by discussing how to pro proceed
ceed proceed with the inquiry. Art Hol Hol-brook,
brook, Hol-brook, chief examiner for the
Washington State Insurance Com Commission,
mission, Commission, will be the first witness
tomorrow. Barden said he was an
expert on union funds.
Nearly 40 billion dollars- has
beenjeet aside in pension and wel welfare
fare welfare ) plans operated by unions,
union" management arrange arrangements
ments arrangements and individual employers.
The funds are growing at the rate
of about three billion dollars a
if
io nr4
Id i t
in
goalf
Daraen saia were was no
son why the committee could
nrovide safeguards "without ii
fering with any legitimate goa
of labor organisations or manage
ment, and without restricting their
right to free bargaining."
4 DAYS LEFT
FOR
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me neiia vuta ineatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE,- 1952 Ford wradio,
' duty paid,' excellent condition.
Price $690. Phone 2-3510 (Bal
boa). ;" (
FOR SALEt 1 952 Plymouth 2 2-.
. 2-. door, 'excellent condition, radio,'
' heater1. Call Albrook 6184 or
Navy 3697. -. u
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Fairlane
2-door, wsw tires,-- radio, un--'
I'dercoated, 8-evl., "2-rona green
$1600. Call Csl. 4180 duty
hours or Panama 2-4119.
FOR SALis Ford Model A Coi Coi-pe,
pe, Coi-pe, with rumble Seat,, one of the
best on Isthmus. Balboa 2-4139.
FOR SALE-Cash. Reason trip.
1955 Chevrolet, Power Glided
tone, 2 doors, 7000 miles. AI-"
bright. Phone 1477,
FOR SALE: "48" Cadillac, Cadillac,-good
good Cadillac,-good condition, 3 good tires, naw
battery, duty paid, $400. Call
Balboa 2-3181.
FOR SALE: 1 95 L. Studabakar,
gobd -motor, radio, several bed
rust spots $250. Balboa 6389.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillmsn
Minx 4-dr, sedan, $450.,: 83 83-7102.
7102. 83-7102. Qtrs. No. 690, Curundu
his.
FOR SALE: 2-door Plymouth
sedan, recent paint, less, than
35,000 miles, ; good tires, only -one
owner $350. Phone 2-2802..
Boats &' Motors
FOR SALEtr-Late model John- ;
eon 3 0-hp outboard, excellent
condition, Tel. Balboa 2-3325;
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers s Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
- Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
? Riding e Jumping Ctassee daily
t t.V p.m. ha- Phone 2-2451
-' by dppalntnent. t ..
LIFE INSURANCE
. .-'V- call
C m KIDQE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufa Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
: TeL Panama' 8-0551
i CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. GERALDO S; LIM
East 34th Street 8
across" from Lux Theatre
' Honrs 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
TeL Panama 3-3272.
DAVID-BOQUETE
EXCURSION
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
TeL Pan. t-1661
Vital Tees flfnro down
BODY REDUCING
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gteam Bath mala aaa leaule
Medical beMa, art braces.
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1 Lottery Plaza ) CASA ZALDO Central
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Miscellaneous
f CLEXRANCE SALE of Costume
' Jewelry, Home Decorations,
. Leather Goods, Stationery, Nov- 1
allies and many others L Sorry,
Cash only. MATMOR, No. 122
' Central Ave., across from Felix
Maduro; .. ;
FOB SALE t Venetian blinds,
assorted sixes, $1 each; 28" bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, $2.50. House 0830, Bal-'
FOR SALE: One 9 cu. ft. West
inghouso refrigerator, 25-cycle, .',
with 40-lb.i freexing compart compart-mcnt,
mcnt, compart-mcnt, good condition, $125; 31
' single beds with spring $3 eachj If
1947 Chevrolet 4-door Hardtop,
V-8, Power Glide, excellent con-
ditien. Can be financad $2400.
House 767-A Balboa. Phone 2 2-4163.
4163. 2-4163. .WJ.
FOR SALE: Msgnavox TV, 21"
f screen, like new; Msgie Chef gas
range dining room suite; 1951 f
i Buick Sp'ecial, good condition;
1 Calls Jose Marti No. 8. Phone :
3-6209.
RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday,
from 8 a.m.' to 5 p.m.. at Bishop 1
, Morris Hall,: Cathedral f St. St.-Luke,
Luke, St.-Luke, Ancon, for benefit of Bella
Vista v Children's Home, p Used
clothing and .household effects.
Those ifiaving articles to contri contribute
bute contribute are asked to-leave dons-
tions at v Bishop Morris Hall or
Morgan's Gardens, f .-i'-.!V:'
FOR SALE: Small Jesse French,,
upright piano,.:! good condition
and tone, $200. Phone 2-2802.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4-door,
1954 Mod.' 210y Kohlor light
; plant. 800w., 120v,'DC; Bell
, Howell camere, 8mm, two lenses,
new condition. ;:- Call 2-3680. r
'rtouso 0908. "v
"TICH0" QUALITY Comiflaresl
Galvanlaea' Sheets 36' IG 2'a6
Seecial GslvaniseJ Fini.K $1.2 J
per Sheer. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS. INC. P.O. oW
V4489. Phona: Pansrnf 1-5471 eri
3-6707, er La Jmportae'i
, lesta. Prwne JI-14S3,
' WE OFFERfC ee ea r Watarf
Tubini 51", Type K. Tin Usd
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy,.
1 lb. end 5 lb. Spools, I lb. ars.
Lead Caulking Wool, best for
plumbing. Lead Sheets, 18" and -364"
thick. Lead Ingots, sisesi
3 lb., 25 lb., 50 lb., 100 lb.
DaM AusoirAKi rnwTsir.
tor P.O. Box 4489.J
r Phone Panama 3-1471 er I-
- 6707.
Annual Girl
ScouwT Rally
Gids Scouts from both sides of
tha Tathmna had a cav dav OA.
when they met for their annual Ral
ly. .
),
After an Interesting train ride,
tha tint for some of the Pacific-
side Intermediates, Army buses
met them and too mem 10 Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Rancho Ramos (Policeman's)
Park- Ham Marearita's TrOOD ,68
had seet up a campsite and spent
the night to demonstrate us uui uui-Of
Of uui-Of -Doors phase of Scouting. The
gaily painted tent p o 1 e s and
nrierhtlw onlnrarl natrol flaffa of the
VllftUHJ -
campers greeted the Pacific-siders
as they reached tne pari.
The rally was the first to be
planned and conducted by -the Sen Senior
ior Senior Girl Scout Planning Board with
Virginia MauWin as thairman
and Christine Huff as secretary.
Virginia alauldin acted as Mistress
of Ceremonies and kept" the pro pro-grain
grain pro-grain moving with the aid of P.
A. system furnished by the Army
Signal Corpt, u r
bit conducted the, Flag Ceremony
wnien openea uie rauy,-ai wm
time Mrs. Anita Kline, President
of the Canal one uiri aeuui
Council, received contributions to
.. Tuiittai laa Fund. Gimci and
relays were thesi enjoyed Ay alL
Tha' nnmilar rold drinks depart
ment was capably handled by
seniors of Troop bq curing ue oay.
ir l,,n-h k'athlrm Cox. Pat
JUWI
r rarnlvn McCann. Kubv
Hall and others led the girls la
a Bvely singing sesstosj while Dor Doris
is Doris Bleekley provided a ccordioa m m-sicv
sicv m-sicv -
Various troops presented dances
and displays. Troop 28 erf Curun Curundu
du Curundu premd a lively "Hollywood
Skit" which broutht encores. It
featured Bonnie Engel as Hull
dancer in the act and solo. Troop
88 of Cristobal atao bad requ!i
for a repeat performance of their
"specialty."
Tbe oely casualty erf the day
was one bruised knee.
Ae irrrr';''e "Scout's 0ti" by
Troop M rnd4 the very iriruc iriruc-uve
uve iriruc-uve and erteruiciri rTer3.

"H KTRKET, PANAMA I,IBRERlA FRECIADO--T Btreet Nv?,'J5A?.ENim!'

Ave. 45 LOUKDfeS rHAHJMacx--iiiz
SEKVICK Ave. XlvoU No. rMMu
I Street PABMACIA "SAS" Vie Porru
-,, ,
Home Articles
'i FOR SALE: Twelve piaees Par Par-r
r Par-r aguaysn ralfan living room 4ur
'! nirure, one Smith-Corona porta-
ble typewriter with Spanish key keyboard,
board, keyboard, two light green fiber rugs..
'Albrook 5174. V.
FOR SALE?. Intricately carvae'
black Chinese ebony Ifvine room
suite and, ether Chinese pieces.
Office hours, 2-2542. '
'A
FOR SALE: Modern studio
couches $59, bunk bads com-. :,
plate $55, perch sets $45,
chrome dinette sets 99, mahog- -any
dining room sets $65,' mod modern
ern modern mahogany wardrobes $69.
springs $12.50, mattresses $15.
linoleums $6.95, pillows $1.95,
large lockers $8.50. Also, lovely
Wrought iron living and dining
, room sets, refrigerators,: desks,
.bookcases, youth beds, etc. Cash
or Credit. Household Exchange,
No. 41, National Ave. Tela. 3 3-4911?
4911? 3-4911? 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Complete mahog mahogany
any mahogany 8-piece dining room "suite
$175; 4-piece modern living,
room set $98; Guatemalan living
room set $45, studio couches
$59; Hollywood bode $22.50;
mattresses $15; bunk beds $39;
garden -umbrellas $15; metal
porch chairs $9.50; metal tables
$9.50; m s h e a n y bookcase
$35; linoleums $6.95,, pillows
$1.95. Cash or Credit: ( House Household
hold Household Exchanged National Ave.
No. 4U Tel. 3-4911, 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Hot Hot-point,'
point,' Hot-point,' 60-eyele.r U cubic feet,
excellent condition, 2 years eld,
1 year of usa, $250. Call Psns Psns-"ma
"ma Psns-"ma 2-2453.
Elder Statesman
Walter F..George
Enters Hospital
ATLANTA, June 13 (UP)-Eld-
pt KtaTpsman waner r. uwrse,

J r e 1 tHired iDemocratic Senate "Pean
-r'VTii io serving as President Eisen Eisen-'
' Eisen-' "' fc hnwnr'a -anecial NATQ Ambassa-

dorr Wat hospitalized with a heart
. ... 'X v
aliment ioay.
Emory University hospital last
night reported George, 79, -was
found to be in serious' condition
within hours after he was admit admitted
ted admitted for a checkup..
i The hospital said he wss ad
ministered anti coagulants, drugs
used to prevent "blood from form
ing clots' which sometimes cause
heart attacks. ; '
A Dr. i Willis Hurst said George
will be advised to rest for several
weeks at bis home in Vienna, Ga.,
after his hospital stay. i ,,
Hurst gave no indication of how
long that would be.
Eight May Slarl ;
In Belmonl Stakes
NEW YORK (UPWThe likell
hood today was for a starting
field of eight Saturday in the
8100,000 Belmont Stakes, tne uura
jewel in racing's Triple Crown
classic,
With the Cahiment Farm more
than likely not represented In the
mile and one half event. Bold
Ruler, the Preakness winner, will
be tne norse to beat. ;
Expected to start along with
Bold Ruler are Gallant Man, Bold
Nero, Coboes, Inside Track, Pro
mised Land,. Nan Hiss and tne
surprising Lucky Sip.
But no matter how many reach
the post in the rich classic, Bold
Ruler, a colt witn tne ability ana
desire to run distance races, will
be the favorite.
Sports Briefs
LOS f ANGELES (UP)-B0I En En-f
f En-f riser, seven-foot, one-half inch
prep basketball star, said Tuesday
he intends to enroll at the Univer
sity of Southern California in the
IfaU. If he does, Engesaer will be
i the tallest player in the 50-year
history of the sport at the schooL
'VANCOUVER, B. CfiTV-J.
,Krol. former University of Detroit
tackle who was rafted by the
I'iUaborgh Steelers of the National
if eotoaU League in 1954, has
signed a contract for 1957 with
,the British Columbia Lions of
Canada's Went era Inlerprovincial
, football Unioo. Krai played the
!964 season with the Toronto Ar Argonauts
gonauts Argonauts of the) Big Four Union,
and spent the pau two seasons in
,Ue armed forces'. ;
I PATERSON, N. J. (UP)-Vine
Martinet, who meets former wel wel-terweicht
terweicht wel-terweicht champion Kid Gariiaa
of Cuba fat a 10-rourd bout in
JJersey City Bert Mcmi.j, bed
ta rTiIatios) eirht rounciS with
i Arthur Persley Toesday. Lee Sa Sa-jTold.
jTold. Sa-jTold. a former bearyeitM ron ron-itor,
itor, ron-itor, refereed the bout ar-d com com-rrisx
rrisx com-rrisx doctors, who ti it, sstd
Min.nrt csme eut of Ce scrsc
u tre sfcspe.

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111 JVOVEOADES ATHIS Beelde
SERVICES
PANAMA 2-4616 IS THE
- NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV SERV-'..
'.. SERV-'.. ICE, Call before 7 p.m. for same
day service. Loeal ealla $2.50.
Also radio, hi-fi 'and. general
'- electronic repairs,
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO j
- BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL. CX
. BAH IA'$ SALOON Night Club
b Restsurant presents every,
night except Monday: two floor
. shows at 9:30. and 1 a.m. Pre-
sent "Ritmoa Cariocas," beauti-
-. ful shew with the international l
vedette Divar da Olivairlj Sonla
Zuleta, Two-Gun Smokoy, Tito
' Contreras, Constantino and Gls- 4
dys Mitre. Good music for dane- (
Ing with a Cuban group. Regular
prices with no cover charge. Bs-
' hia'a Saloon en Balboa Avenue,
Panama.
'Mayflower ;
(Centtnned' from Par II ;
have weathered well the 5,400 5,400-mile
mile 5,400-mile sail. Some of the paint along
her white waterline was peeled
but topsides. her yellpw-red : and and-green
green and-green stripihg was as bright as
newi; ....
DesDltp the tnur li
- a-aaawt USSV UUa
the water proudly into the harbor
Willi S 12-innt immn .laolr fuinrl
from the mam mast and a small smaller'
er' smaller' American flag flapping : from
the fore topmast.
A Dararln nf varhte an amlt
boats zig-zagged across the harbor
in greeting io Uie Mayflower
whn.A rrpw vie alota1
.. . Hv ..in.vM ma Dv. v.
tators at its safe arrival.
The aieninff 'nt th Mavflnu,-
Comnact : hiehliehtrl vp.atorHav'a
activities aboar the: vessels The
original ; compact,, signed by the
Pilgrims Nov.- n, 1620 b o u n d
them to' abide by.majority irule
in us new vvoria.f- tf,55

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Gernert lb 4 0 0 13 0
Jensen rf 4 0 2 0 0
Malzone 3b, 4 0 2 2 1
Lepclo 2b . ,411 0 4
White e 4 0 12 0
Porterfleld p ... 1 0 0 0 0
aMauch 1 0 0 0 0
Mlnarcin p ...... 0 -0 0 0 0
b-Zauchln ....... 1 0 0 0 0

Totals
38 1, 9 24.. 12
, Cleveland
Smith 3b w..,..a 3 1! l 3 0
Avlla 2b ......... 0 110
Strickland 2b .... OtO 0 0 0
Wertz lb ,. 3 0 0 4 0
Colavlto rf 4 1 1 1 0
Woodllng If ,... 4 1 1. 5 0
Busby cf ........ 0 0 0 2.0
MarU cf, If ..... 2 114 0
Carrasquel n .....3 1,10 1
Naragon c 3 1 0 7.0
Mossl p . . 4.0 0 0 0
Totals
'7 30 6 0 27 1
a riled out for Porterfleld In
6th. '? ;.T t
b Filed out for Mlnarcin In
9th... 'V ;v;.
Boston 000 010 0001
Cleveland ; 051 000 00 8
.-. ... 1 ;
Errors: Porterfleld. RBI: (Co
lavlto scored on Porterfleld's er error
ror error In 2nd). (Maris scored on
balk by porterfleld in 2nd).
Smith 2, Avlla, Carrasquel, Klaus.
2b: Avlla, Klaus. LOB:xBoston
9, Cleveland BB: porterfleld
3. Mossl 1. SOr Mossl 6, Minar
di 2. HO: Porterfleld 6-4, Min-i
arcia 0-4. R and ER: Porterfleld
6-2, Mossl 1-L B: 'Porterfleld.!
WP: Mossl (1-0). LP: Porter-1
field (1-3).
'Bagged An Elk
EAST "RUTHERFORD. N. J..
June 13 (UP) Mrs. Jerome Har Harris
ris Harris reported to police that some
one had stolen a bag of laundry
from her back porch. Officers
teamed that a volunteer from'
the Lyndhurst Elks Lodge had
mistaken Mr Harris home for
another and picked tip her laun.
dry aa a clothing drive donation.
Hands Off Policy
ORLANDO. FU. June IS (UP)
League officials warned base baseball
ball baseball team managers today that
a rule prrrriatng for 160 fines for
"laytr.f hands" on an v-r.r.re al also
so also tnehides other rrs cf t'K
snatomv. It ai.o rr,rs i:-e
the tiorr.arh or- -v f' r5,t
of the tyv'T ti r- -i v a
aror,i, t -e s i -.

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NEWCOMER Comdr. Albert
.welcomed into his new duties as

jNavai uistnct,. py commander w. A. Fite, former operations
officer, in ceremonies held this, week af Headquarters, 15th,
W. D.j Fort Amador, c.;Z. Flte, who has been District Opera-,
tions Officer alnce August, 1955; plans to retire from the Navy
In August. Before reporting to the 15th Naval District,-Hoi-lingsworth
was serving as commanding officer of the Destroy Destroyer,
er, Destroyer, USS Shields. A veteran of 23 years of naval service, he)
Is a graduate of the Naval Post Graduate School in Applied
Commtmications, at Annapolis, Maryland. Cdr. Holllngsworth,
his wife, and" one child presently reside on the Naval Reserva
tloh, Sort Amador,, C. Z. (Official U.S! Navy, Photograph)

Macmillan Sends
Diplomatic Hole
To Soviet Premier
r;:.-.;::-:.--i.;, v
LONDON, JUNE 13 (UP)' Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan ois-i
patched a diplomatic note to the
British envoy in Moscow toaay tor
immediate personal delivery to
Soviet. Premier iMikolai Bulganin
on his return from the Helsinki, vii
iAuthoritative sources said the
note deals at length with Anglo Anglo-Soviet
Soviet Anglo-Soviet ; relations and the interna international
tional international situation. ; i
.The note is in. "reply to Bulga-
nin's 4,000-word; nott of April 0
tov- Macmillan?i,Vw.'e.V:
jjrmsn AmDassaaor .in aiosvow,
Sir- Patrick-Jaeilly,- was expected
to nand,MaemiUan s message to
Bulganin today.- tonlorrow as
soon, as ,be obtains,,, an interview
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56-year-old motor engineer, shown demonstrating a double-'

. decker to two young friends, has

complete with traction poles and overhead wires, In hi garden.'
ajjm wni has tickets for destinations. ., US

r Sjv

Chant, noted hair f--t-k on as
'" t cf the musical ccft.fi r 11 AVr.ar," t'-rn
- i X--f I.r-.aiwsy show &ir'r.g e 't urd-rs .- f
... yr.xY. .a Foundation at the r.ara Kv--1
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A' Relic Returns
NEW YORK,. June 13 (UP)
Police Commissioner Stephen
Kennedy said- 78 daneerous wea
pons' have been turned In to no-
lice during: the first nine days of!
a montn-iontr amnesty. Among
tnem was a world war I ma
chinegun.
with' Bulganin after the Premier's
return from the official visit ; tot
i inland ; '- '''-;' f
rMacmJlan sent: an interim acJ
Rnowledgement of the iBulganm
note earlier last month postponing!
the formal reply to allow for at
careful study -ot .the boviet, poiicyl
statement. -
'" The text -c.the British irepljH
Will not be' realsed-; immediately.
MaemiUen. will follow the Soviet!
protocol which' allowed for a pe-j
rioa ot tnree iays Detween tne oei-i
iverv of the -note to Macmillan and!
III. -T-..1 i: J -kifAn.H... .... k
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explaining en om ,mv
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tin" ijavot ''oniy it a tiuea i;ien
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her peraonal publicity. ..New;

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ning Crosby owna tne oiner nau.

Kathy Grant a "atrip tease" in
rh. tXmit Ball" didn't make the

cenaora mau. she aheas an Army
uniform revealing" a party

I dresi underneath.

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a honk-" Mil tlllari.. "D tmh.

Ray and Me" that ha a nothing to
do with your divorce rom Aldo
nv. Rrrv Gordon, the eieht.

year-old ginger appearing at the

Hiviera xiuiei in n Tt.
Kan Murray, waa aaked when ho
would be pint. "When Mr. Mur
ray ten me to," he said.

SAMMY. PAVIS J- Introduced
rank Kinitra -in nil audieflte at

'the SendaHotel in Laa Vegaa

WlUl- i,auie ana jiu.imn, vui

- Reason Carroll Baker, end net
Marlyn Monroe, will astar as
Gruanenka with Yul Brynner
in "The Lrothert Karamaiev"
la that Miss Wiggle Hip wast.
J I . & 11. . mi. -&t .i'.r

aa par cem or mi prwiT,w
yplua ownership of the film In !'

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to Europe! '
..VToey'r 10 cultured in Franee -even
the street .cleaner ipealg
French."

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friend, iTjUis Santo Jacinto, il'fly-v
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City where Ty' orking "Tne

Sun Also jiises... .camuna rur rur-dom,
dom, rur-dom, Juut marrjed'to Alicia Jarr. -sent
a $500 check to ex-wife Tit $
and theijr two children.

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Martin'' interest in their Vork

Productions. .nteaq m ouneo
treasure, Sophia Poren and Alan

Ladd Stiouia nave spena jnon.
time looking for plot to ''Boy1
on a Polphin;" But Sophia'a fiv t
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good will ambassador to Australia,

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time to lose us a few more coun

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est. .now tune coange poie;
Eva Bartok'a haadlinea temporari

ly shelved a telefilm in which
he'a starred. Remember when
Unl!vaAwJ imn rah(i in OS

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; : AN INDEPENDENT.

yZWtS&X. DAILY NEWSPAPER V'

mm

' TOLEDO, Ohio, June 13

; UP)--Ben Hogan, !. hoping ta

win an unprecedented firth

, championship,, was forced ta
withdraw from the VS. Ope

today because of a chrome

neuralgic back ailment which

hunted, him to the sidelines

shortly before he was to tee

nft in the first round,

One-fourth of the field al

ready was off the first tee on

;der a biasing sun when Ho
'gin went to U.S. Golf Associa Association
tion Association officials and told them of

:his back trouble. They tram

- e& him permission to delay

hi first round start until 2

p.m. but, after going- to a hos

pital for diathermy treatment
;Hogan returned to the course
; feeling no better. He then an an-.nounced
.nounced an-.nounced his withdrawal.

Norway Okays

IQpen Skies'
Over Arctic

,vi rrwmnN: June 13 (UP) Nor

way tgredd in principle today to

' Urf S. request 10 open pan
Us Arctic territory to Russian ea-

: rial photography tor rresraem xa xa-Itnhower's
Itnhower's xa-Itnhower's open skies plan.
TA ;,Norwegian Foreign Ministry
ihnltesman in Oslo said his gov-

rnmAnt reserved the right -' to

belpiwork out the details.
. i A -Danish Foreign Ministry
spokesman in Copenhagen said his
" government also had been asked
ahmtt includine Dart or all of

Greenland in the East-West aerial
inspection scheme.
Jthe '; announcement indicated
th United States would suggest

th first experiment. in mutual air

photography he held in the Arctic

Circle lnsteao. oi western x-urupe.
. Informed sources here said the
'first stage" plan, which the Unit Unit-edStates
edStates Unit-edStates was expected, to start
Submitting to the U. N. Disarma Disarmament
ment Disarmament subcommittee next week,; al al-sonvisioned
sonvisioned al-sonvisioned a temporary h alt
qffjwclear bomb tests and a freeze
on." production of nuclear material
for military use. .
V The. United States and Russia
hadorappeared close- to agreement
00 a European open skies xone
but' West Germany objected
strongly.
1 'The Bonn government insisted
that its territory not be used in
the inspection system until t East
and.West Germany were re-united.
I A British Foreign Office spokes spokesman
man spokesman said that did not mean a Eu European
ropean European zone definitely was out.
But the new emphasis was on the
'Arctic Circle.
Norwegian participation was en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by the Foreign Relations
Committee of the parliament.
" The Foreign Ministry refused to

say how much territory Norway

would permit the Russians to pho
Jograph. ;

"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe Abraham Lincoln

32nd FEAR

PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957

ITVK CENTS

British Democratic

Science

(jams

Syst

Are

em.

World

Gift

Todays June 13. the official

birthday of Queen Elizabeth II,

is being celebrated in in anv

ish commonwealth ana among

British communities throughout

the world.

The benefits which Britain

has given; the world in the past
Include? ''& ;,..

,.The democratic oaf liamentary

system and the respect for indi individual
vidual individual human rights' ?on which

nrMcnt dav democratic eovern

ment in the countries of North

and South -America is largely

The aerense of nemocracy uu

pukeTells Jrppps

Of Queen's US Trip;

Britain Delighted

TwnoN. ; Mav 14 rUPl The

writ ish tiress hailed the Duke of

Edinburgh as a nero tooay tor usv
tin, h ft out at the bag about

the royal visit to canaua anu m

United States. ;

The duke casually told :i troops
at the Port York, Germany, Can Canadian
adian Canadian army base Tuesday that he
and Queen Elizabeth ''are going

to Canada this autumn. ;

Stocks Extend
Climb Today
I & Ea rly Trades
""NEW YORK. June 13 (UP)
Stocks extended their rise today
- to new highs for the year in the
Industrial department.
Up To Snuff
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. June 13

IUP)-The rising cost of living

is oing to lorce the public to
pay more to sneeze. The U.S. To Tobacco
bacco Tobacco Co. and George W. Helm
Co. announced 4 today they are
raising their wholesale prices on
snuff.

His offhand statement came' sev

eral hours ahead of the official

announcements by. Buckingham

Palace and Washington-rand Buck'
inghara Palace oficlals were ag
hast. : : ; --.
Today's "headlines reflected i dC'

light among the British newspap
ers that the duke had broken

throueh red taote and, a certain

amount of protocol to make offi

cial the long standing rumors.
"Duke Lets Cat Out of the Bag,

said the News-Chronicle.

"Philio's Bia News Scoop" said

the tabloid Daily Miror which is

the brashest of Britain's newspap newspapers
ers newspapers when it comes to matters of

royalty.

'He beat them all to it," said

the Mirror. "The ditherers who

to around in royal circles, the

orotocol-happy officials, the diily-

dallyers, the mum's the word bri

gade.

"For weeks they've been hum

ming and hawing about when you

should be allowed to know wnen
the royal visit to Canada and X X-merica
merica X-merica is going to taks place or
if it was going to take place. The
duke put an end to all that.
Ike Will Not
Hold News
Conference
WASHINGTON, June1 13 (UP)
President Elsenhower will not

hold a news conference this
week.
Press Secretary James C. Ha Ha-gerty
gerty Ha-gerty said yesterday the Presi

dent's Illness Monday, plus oth

er scheduled engagements, caus caused
ed caused the cancellation.

national independence against

autocratic hegemony and despo

tic tyranny in two world wars,

not to mention the singlehand

ed defiance of Nazi enslavement

In the dark days of 1940-1941;

The development of world

commerce and free trade which

has increased the wealth and

wellbeihg of people throughout

tne woria; and the support glv

en to the infant Republics of

Latin America in; their struggle
for Independence nearly a cen

tury and a half ago.
' All these facts- are well
known. There are other more

recent achievements, however,,

which are sometimes lnsuffi
ciently aDDreciated.

Since the second world Warj

Britain has granted full indepen

dence to five countries with t
total population of over JOO mil'

lion and has advanced three
more of her dependent territories

including the west Indies

with a population of over 40 mil

Hon, to the very threshold : of

self-governments. rVl V i

She has achieved this without

any spiritual weakening,; for all
have maintained the democra

tic governments which she CS'

tabllshed. all have remained

closely linked to Britain and all,

but one, have remained volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily within the British Com-
mon wealth of Nations. x 6

As a result, Britain, despite
the loosening of the links with
her former Dominions, contin continues,
ues, continues, as the parent country of
the British commonwealth, to
exert an "influence throughout
the world far greater than her
sis would seem to warrant. -Britain
too has her achieve

ments in science and in industry
during the last ten years, which
show the Importance of the role

she -continues to play in the
progress of western civilization.

In 1956 Britain opened, tne-

first nuclear power plant in the
world to produce electric power
from atomic energy for commer

cial purposes and within the

next eight years will have in op

eratlon 19 nuclear power stations

producing six million kilowatts

of electric power.

Between 1947 and 1953 Brit

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put output by 180 per cent and is now
the world's largest exporter of
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' WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP)

Controversy mounted in the

Glrard case today over whether

a nigh defense official gave a-

way damaging evidence against

tfl winiam S. Glrard.

The official, Defense Depart

ment general counsel Robert De
chert, said Tuesday night he was

misquoted as saying i U.S. find

ings indicated the Ottawa, ill.,
soldier 1 "enticed" a Japanese

woman closer before firing an
empty cartridge that killed her
on a firing range in Japan. 'r, :

jjecnert, m a statement issued

at the pentagon, said the state

ment attributed to him by a

Miami, Fla.,' reporter "omits the
crucial words 'the Japanese
claim.
"At no time1 did I express a
personal opinion as to whether
actions charged to Glrard .were
or were not in line of duty, or
whether Girard did or did not
act to entice the" Japanese to
approach him," pechert said.'

;-; He voiced "deep reeret" his

statements had caused "such

complete misunderstanding" and

aaaed ne certainly did not in

tend any injustice", to Armv

specialist 3-c uirara.

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The Senate, with a rare burst of
speed, today approved two moeny

bills carrying more man eigm en-

lion dollars for various govern

ment agencies about 640 million

dollars less than President Eisen

hower reauested.

It first passed 72 to a bill

providing $5,378,594,800 to run 17
independent aggencies during the
fiscal year starting July L-The
total was $545,570,200 below ad administration
ministration administration requests but $163,750, $163,750,-000
000 $163,750,-000 of the cut must be voted later

if it ii need.

The Senate then approved 71 to

0 a bill containing sz,8U,zso,7Bi
for the Labor Department and the
Department of Health, Education
sad Welfare and related agencies.
It was $96,63300 less than the
President had requested.
Both bills now go to He use use-Senate
Senate use-Senate conference committee

which most reconcile differences

between the House and Senate ver

sions. The SneaU now has passed

8 and the House 1 of the 13 reg

ular appropriations puis for the

next fiscal year.

The measures were the third

and four th money bills clesrtd by
the Senste la two days. It ap

proved the Agriculture Depart

ment appropriations bill last night

after voting to extend the admin

istration's soil bank program an

other year. Earlier it acted oa

the District of Columbia money
bill.

The independent offices bill was

passed Just as a came front the
Senate' Appropriations Committee

except for the addition of $370,000
for the General Services Adminis Administration.
tration. Administration. The Senate total was $8,-

606,900 below the House version.
1 Tho lion's thar of the money,
or $4,66604.900 would go to the
Vetarans Administriioa.
Th $163,754,000 reduction wkich
mly have to be made up later
was ia tho appropriation for vet-

mass-production- of: motor car--

the Jaguar and the first gas

- pritab) produced the first. Jet
airliner the Comet -. and ;
the first turbo-propellei' air airliner,.'
liner,.' airliner,.' the. Vickers Viscount; 1
and she has built the ; most,
powerful jet engine in the
world, the de Havilland Gy Gy-roa.
roa. Gy-roa. -;-'V' 'tj.'i.v--
She now holds dyer 'half the

world' orders for civil turbo-jet
and turbo-prop aero ; engines;
and the only turbo-prop airliners

yet iu operation are British. The
land, sea and air speed records
are all held by Britain, the Brit British
ish British rairey Delta 2 Aaving been

flown at 1132 miles per nour.

, The official world altitude
record 'is also held by a "Brit-,
Ish aircraft the Canberra.

admirers
lands of

The British; Bristol Britannia

is the fastest airliner in regular

service and a British aircraft
the comet 3 prototype -has

made"' the fastest West --East
Atlantic crossing for commercial
aircraft from Montreal to Lon London
don London in 6 jhours, 18 minutes.
; As the center of an ever grow growing
ing growing community of free democra democratic
tic democratic nations and as a people of
inherent inventiveness and In Industrial
dustrial Industrial akill, the British- people
still have an important role to
play in the' defense of peace, the
propagation f democracy and

the development of the world's
resources for the betterment of
mankind. .-.';' 4.?
.Today. free people' throughout

the world will wish to salute

England's young Queen and wish

her a long and prosperous Reign.

7

Japanese Tells What He Sav

On Range When Girard Fired

Ecators Now: Only two-, par

sons witnessed the fatal shoot

ing of Mrs. Naka Sakai with
blank ammunition U. S. ; firing
rang at Somagahara,: Japan,

last Jan, 30. A key issue in the
case has been whether William
Girard. scattered empty ; eartrida

shells to entice the woman scrap

metal scavenger before shooting

her. Soldier Victor Nickel, of In'

star, Mich., has refused public

comment on jth charge, Hidet Hidet-sugu
sugu Hidet-sugu Onoiekl,- Mrs. Sakai's com companion,
panion, companion, today gave the United

Press hiss version: of the inci

dent.

By HIDETSUCU ONOZEKI
As Told to United Press

SOMAGAHARA. Japan'. June 13

iur; inere were about 70 or
80 i villagers at the firinsr ranee

that day. watchine the American

Eoiaiers conauct so exercise. Mrs

takai and I Were among Ihem,

First the soldiers fired live am

munition. Then they divided into
two groups one group went up
the .hill and the other ; stayed be

low ana loaded their- euns with

blank ammunition for an attack

on the group on the hill.

wnen me exercise was; over.

the soldiers lay. down to rest and
we the villagers moved toward

them to "see if they would give us

some empty shells to sell for

Scrap..-.i-.i-j.: ,',,;, '?,',

Some of the "soldiers ot up" and
shouted at usrf.'Get out olihere."

All the villagers starteeV to run
away. But Mrs, Sakai and were
a little way apant from the group

so we were behind the othri.,

Mrs. Sakai and I were about to

yards from two soldiers by ma

chine gun. One of them the man

l later identified as Girard when
Army officers took me to Camp
Whittington held ud abdut 10 small

cartridges. . :,v,-v'.:i.- r.iv -,
He said to Mrs, Sakai. "Mama "Mama-san
san "Mama-san kiko takusan brass' woman,
here is much brass, and threw the

shell casings on the-other side of

snaiiow trench, Mrs. .Sakai and
ran to pick them up, -. 5; t j

i nen Glrard threw some more

shells but these went inta the

trench and Mrs. Sakai went in to

get tnem.

LawnjakerCliart

Ike's Bill Loaded

Stolen Boridsi Gems Found
On: Arthur Godfreys Land

erans eompeasatioa and pensioas.
These payments are fixed by law
and Congress must restore the

funds tteit year if they are a4-

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MIAMI BEACH, June H (UP)

Sherif's deputies, using a "trea
sura msB".drswn by a stool pig

on duff into Arthur Godfrey's

beach-front property yesterday and

came up with three strong, boxes

Muti nins more tnsn ioo.ouu worm

of stolen bonds ana jewairywr. j..

Th li'flhtlv rusted boxes were

found under less than an inch of

saad Just, north of uoaireys
iwank Kenilworth Hotel in Bsl

Harbour, Officera said the televi-

ioa and radio star knew nothing

about the. lopt hidden on his pro property,
perty, property, r. 'f;'-.-- V
The discovery' oy Walter Lange

of the criminal division of the
Sheriffs Bureau ended more than
three months f intensive detec detective
tive detective work aided by a tipster, in

Mobile, Ala

meet him at the beach and began

digging in the sort sand.-
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f found it on my second pass

less than .15 minutes after we

started Lange said. "The boxes
were slightly rusted but the con contents
tents contents were m as good shape ss

the day they were put into- the

boxes." v

Lange indentlfied James Murray,

24-year-old Boston man with a

long criminal -record, as the sus suspected
pected suspected burglar. Murray is being
held in a Mobile, Ala., prison -on

otner nurgiary charges.

vTwo other vouths Elbert W

Ogle, 20, and Sidney Pollard,; 21

aiso were arrested as suspects in

me nurgiary last February.

Laege said Murray : recently

nv!"!!,,t.T?b:r p guiuy to"MSi.

lammed into a smaii metal box, a

foot long and three inches deep.
Tbey included stocks and bonds,
some DCEOtiable. worth $76,800,

jewelry worth, about $20,000 and
old coins and currency. Tbe other

two boxes contained viluelesj p-

Tbe.ftoxea were stoiea last tto.

5 from John Marks,, a retired
Coast Guard Commodore .who
lives to the fashionable Keystone
Point section.

Lange said be learned about the

"buried treasure" from an infor informer
mer informer ia Mobile, Ala. He said be

drove to Alabama oa tbe weekend

oa his day oa ana got ue lni or

al er to draw a detailed map.

Lame, drove back to Miami.!

astified. Xortk Kiai: police tot

Alabama. He is wanted by police
in several cities, including, Fort
Lauderdale, Jacksonville and
Tampa.'

BOSTON,' Mass June' 13 UP)
Sen. Sara J. Ervln Jr.' (D-NC)

said .today that President Elsen-

nowers civil rights bul ; is
loaded "with constitutional and
legal abominations.! ? i,
In a speech before the Suffolk
Law School Association, Ervin
centered his attack against a
provision that would deprive de

fendants of a Jury trial in cer

tain cases involving the right to

vote.

"V-

r 1 was about (to run over to the
trench to help Mrs. Sakai when I
saw Girard, pointing his .rifle at
me. It looked very dangerous but
I thought he was ink i no

' Anyway, I started to run away

"e wnen t neara a shot

ana sometning went- by. -' my left

mui. my oacK was to Girard

-...iucu i mrueu arouna I, saw

mm croucnea down and" putting

Huuici emuiy carinaee info his

sun. uirara s gun was pouinnprf

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eicuaue launcner.
i Girartf stood vp atv) came clos closer
er closer to the trench where Mrs. Sa.
was. He shouted, ""Get out
M here, get out of here." j

uuai iiien Virs Nairn i f--tj

climb out of the trench. There was

auuuicr snui ami i aaiu u c

kai-fall forward on her face with

u l "i'i1 spreaa out- Sne moaned
but didn't sav ; anvthino t

h eight yards from
where she fell. - -'
Girard. ran un in her

frightened; He leaned tlver'' and
put his hand, on Mrs. Sakai's hack
and shook her. but sho difn't

move.. 1

Girsrd turned to me anA iuToA

out, "Papasan,';, motioning me to

come. ,

I talked to Mrs sv9 .n

7 au IWUV.11"
ed her back; ""Ohajan ).....

said, but She didn't

I knew she was 'dead.
Girard, made gestures for me'to
put Mrs.! Sakai Pn mr, back and
carry her away,' Mrs. Sakai was

t "R" W-$-h Girard told, me.
Then' he looked aoain f m,.

Sakai's face and innrhad h u;l

j j uu,VCtt carea. . UDasan is
dead, ,1 told him in Japanese t.

Some of the villapon -am. hoir

anu we .moved Mr Sakai tn

flat ground and laid her on the

kiuuiiu jace up. ,: ;

? uirard had cone', awa v -j Mot h.

rcuirnea soon With anftthor nl.

dier who had a first aid kit. r?

The Other soldier ; nnenal lr-.

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panai s i ciotmng. and touched her

yver me neart. Then he ; cleanri

e dirt" from her. month h

her mouth shut with a bandage;

Japanese police and imm k.

er soiaers, including officers,
-arrived then. Girard was driven
way in a ip . -..
--I knew Mrs. Sakai 'only as ?a
fleighbor and to, say ; hello to.
There was no particular reason
for my being with her that day.
Since she was killed, I have
been back to the firing 'range
twice. About 300 villagers eo eve

ry day. But I don't want tO- 0

back agaia:- ; i

The reporter for the Miami
Herald who interviewed Dechert
at Coral Gables, Tla., Monday
night insisted he had quoted tha
defense official correctly. He has
kept, his notes and would- stick
by his quotations His editors
said they would back him up.
Dechert told the United Press
he "probably did" tell the Mi

ami newsman that statements
of .Japanese .witnesses olus

tnat of Uirard's GI companion

made it clear Girard entloec
Mrs. Naka Sakai eloser bef or

firing an, empty shelf from a
grenade launcher, that killed
her. '4 'J ,. ,;X ;
' But the defense official s ex

plained" this had. been ,ln th

press and he was merely ex
plaining the Japanese position..

Dechert's alleged;! statements

at Coral Gables, and his subse

quent explanation, .drew sharp

criticism from some senators

and Girard 's lawyers here.
' .Sen. Ralph E.' Flanders (R

v,t., membef of a two-man Sen

ate, subcommittee which heard
Dechert's explanation of the

case behind closed doors last

Wednesday, told reporters De

chert was "dead wrong" to say

uirara lurea tne woman closer.

Flanders comment was based

on Dechert's 5 reported Florida

statement. The senator -said

'stories of this sort V were

brought out at the hearing" but
thev "were "off-the-record" and

the subcommittee omitted them

from its published transcript to
avoid prejudicing Girard's triaL

He accused Decnert Of a ''ser

ious mistake" and called his re

ported 'remarks, "unfair to. Glr

ard." Flanders i said it was for

whatever --court ; finally i tried

Girard to "decide what testimo

ny is worthy of belief." The Unit

ed States has surrendered juris

diction over Girara's case to Ja

pan, which plans ? to try : him

sometime next summer Federal
Judge Joseph C McGarraghy

Tuesday pave Girard's 'Ameri

can lawyers until Friday to fe
statements of law in their .ha

beas corpus suit i to return him

to this countrjri-':;:A. -..-ri'

Earl J. Carroll' of New : YorK

one of Girard's attorneys,: said

Dechert s y Florifla-remarks

regardless ; of his IntenU-havs

made ? it impossible tor uirara

to get a fair rlal Jn Japan; :;',

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