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

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US
Red

Wont Protest

Chinese

At US Navy Plane

WASHINGTON Jun. 14' (UP) The Stata Depart.,
,ment said today' it "contemplates do action" against Red
China for damaging a carrier-based U. S. Navy plane with -antiaircraft
fire off the Communist mainland. 1 v
A department spokesman, Lincoln Whitetold re reporters
porters reporters the decision not to protest that action was based
on an official Navy report that the plane appeared to have"
been flying .westward pf Its planned course. J

' Other officials 'familiar with
the incident said all available evi
dence indicated the plane was fly
ing 100 close to communist terrK
torp. They said the United States
at this point ''doesn't-have a leg
to Btaad on.',T i -They
said any Red Chinese
plane approaching equally close
to Chinese Nationalist' territory in
toe t ormosa btraits undoubtedly
would have drawn similar defen
sive fire.
Radio P e i o 1 n C which had
charged that the plane conducted
one of ''scores of sorties", into
Chinese:" territorial waters yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, followed up today w i t h a
warning that ."further aggression".
win be met with China a full mil
itary might.' v ,. 1
"The Chinese people do 1 not
threaten nor do they invade other
eountries nor will they allow their
country to be threatened r in invaded.'
vaded.' invaded.' the broadcast, said. "If
p. .... gvnrfssfir jr.
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Hill deal ti.t'm si iing I ows."
Th Navy annoii1 ed vnierday
that the plane, bast J on Die air
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oil To va:.:r::.r
Fcr LcccI R:!:rs ;
A third local union official
leaves tonight for Washington 'to
appear before a Senate commit committee,
tee, committee, He la Jose de la Rota Castillo.
president of AFCSME, CIO AFL.I
Local 907 who will appear before
the Senate Post Office and Civil
Service, Committee on June 20. ;
Castillo Will testify On '- behalf
of all local-rate union emplopes
from the Canal Zone. ; '"
Rufus Lovelady, president of
Lodge 14 of the American Feder Federation
ation Federation of Government Employes,
and E. W. Hatchett, president of
the Central Labor Union Metal
Trades Council are already in
Washington, preparing to appear
before tht same com -mttee.
JiislC!::".
Residents of (Ke'la Vista and
utiying areas today vere consi considerably
derably considerably "shook" up bp a tremen
dmia blast v.hich they heard
ahortly before noon. :
.Immediately, many reealledv
aimilar-aoundina blast which oc
curred several month ago when
mine exploded in the Geneva,
S. A. j"ck yard on the Trans-Isth
mian 1 jhway. ;- ..--'
Investigation revealed,; howev however,
er, however, that today's exr'ofion was
the result of rontro.led 'dynamhV
ing oa the road fcntwa, the po police
lice police station and a f : f J oil station
en the. Trarus-I;hmii Highway.
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craft carrier Hornet, was fired
upon and slightly damaged while
it was eight miles, off the R e d
mainland.' A spokesman said this
was well within international .wa .waters.
ters. .waters.
White pointed out, .however, that
the plane was flying in h a z y
weather, that the plane was only
slightly damaged and that none
of its occupants was lnjuredi. He
then added, that on the basis of
available facta this country "con "contemplates
templates "contemplates no action." s
A Navy spokesman said in reply
to questions that it was possible
for anti-aircraft batteries to hit a
plane eight miles away ".although
the most effective ranges frequent frequently
ly frequently are shorter. , t
He was unable to -' sav whether
the Chinese guns which hit the
Navy plane were located on the
mainland or an onshore island.
In the latter case, the -range
would not necessarily have, been
e!"ht miles,
'jhe earner Hornet is part of
the U. S. 7th fleet which has been
patrolling between Formosa and
the Bed mainland,
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HONO KONG, June 14 (UP)
Two American Roman Catholic
priests were released from Com
munist' Chinese : captivity today
upon completion of lour years
prison terms, according to & tel
ephone report from Shanghai.
The priests were Jesuit lathers
Charles J. McCarthy ,of San
Francisco, and John A. Houle, of
uiendaie,. caur. They were ar arrested
rested arrested in Shanghai June IS, 1953
and sentenced to four years im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment on charges ; of espionage.-'
- v.- r.
in a teiepnone conversation
with the United Press office
here, McCarthy said he and
Houle are in rood health.'

Morse Terms Aid Cufs 'Spit
In Ocean Of Foreign Waste' :

WASHINGTON, June 14' (UP)
Sen. Wayne L. Morse has as
sailed President Eisenhower's
scaled-down foreign aid bill as a
"gigantic hoax" which would
perpetuate the "senseless waste
of millions of dollars."
The Oregon Democrat told the
Senate that cuts made by the
Foreign Relations Committee in
reducing aid spending authority
to $4,637,000,000 were only "a
spit in the ocean of foreign aid
waste." -v : .
Sens. Russell B. Long (D-La.)
and Herman E. Talmadge (D (D-Ga.)
Ga.) (D-Ga.) also criticized the measure.
: Laf Mti ia imtc
infllt aawi t4 tnotiiMbl k k-rMKrafi
rMKrafi k-rMKrafi 4kuim ia "Wk,ift
t nttimf fai aahaa at aaca a
1 00 wila aetUx aach
But Sen. H. Alexander Smith
CR-UJ,), second ranking GOP
member of the Foreign Relations
group, defended the program as
"an tntetTal part of foreign pol
icy and an extension of our re
sponsibilities as the foremost
free nation la the world.
Senate leaders hope to com complete
plete complete action on the aid bill by
weekend te cap 6rse of the busi busiest
est busiest lerlsIatiTe wwks of the aes-
jjon. n t'ready f-.aa passed four
money Dili this week providing

'ir.ore than 12 M..:-n dollars lor ctt it is nothing more t.-.an a
government ancies next year, jdelyron. History has prored It so
It la exrer;i to s'art votinftcn rar than one occasion in
-on inr.(!.nu to the aid fca.our recent rt."
today. There was an ou'sidei I said Cor.rress shou!d r.et
chance it would ccrplete action be cwved by tricky phrases

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Humphrey Sees

Tax Cut For
Fiscal' 1959
WASHINGTON.' June 14 (UPW.
Treasury Secretary Georee M.
Humphrey said today it may be
possible to cut taxes sometime
during the fiscal year starting Ju
ly l, xaaa. --- t r . t
He said a1 tax cut this year is
"absolutely out of the question"
ana aaaea mat "i don't see how
there can be' a tax cut to take ef
fect at any time .in the next 12
months, ..t. -v
Humphrey made the statement
to a joint Congressional 1 Econo
mic Subcommittee studying tax
cutting prospects, - v
Chairman Wilbur S.- Mills (D
Ark.) told Humphrey there have
been published reports that the
administration is planning to ask
Congress early, next year to exact
a tax cut. ; I :
."There are no such plans that I
know of, Humphrey repued. ..
Flag Day
1 ... .V- -i
On CFf!-T'
V
" A specyil program commemorat
ing Haa -Day 'win be telecast v
er CFN-TV t :30 p.m. tonight.
The oroeram: called "Flags of
mericaa Liberty." will be a part of
a community wide celebration of
the birthday of the United States
fla.: :
Phil flonghton,' American Legion
Department Flag. Day 'chairman
in the Caaal Zone, wrote, the tele'
vision program, and says the pro
gram will tell the history Of all
the flags that flew over the Unit
ed States, beginning with the Cross
of St. George which was raised
first .at Jamestown In 1607-- -up
through today. Actual replicas of
all these' flags have bees obtained
and will be shown on the CFB tele
cast.' Alfred F. Gauvin will act as
moderator on the program.
Original presentatjon of the pro
gram to be seen on CFN TV was
at the Cross-roads Boys State this
year. Narrators for the program
will be members of the 1956-1857
Crossroads Boys Mate. i
Democratic leader Lyndon B
Johnson. (Tex.) have urged the
Senate io approve the program
witnout jurtner cuts. -,
The pending bill merely au au-thorizes
thorizes au-thorizes the size of the program
for fiscal 1958. ; r
. A more determined effort to
trim it may be made when the
appropriations measure provid providing
ing providing the actual cash comes before
the Senate,. -
j aittar critic af tk '-'
- Utnf t4 aa af tNraa Foraiga Ha Ha-Utiern
Utiern Ha-Utiern Caataiiltaa mamaa Wha
aeamar aid, M it waa
hat aacawae "fava Hia aaaaar aaaaar-aaca
aaca aaaaar-aaca af rafarai" whicli actually did
net xin.
He said it would remove "even
more of the few remaining re-j
straints and controls which Con Congress
gress Congress still exercises over this!
proc-ram.? I
rse acknowledged that a
pre -ion to set up a new deve
lop ent loan fund to handle
mo.-1 economic aid was an im-prov-tnent.
i
E wt M aaii Hta arf ran laaetj
! aaaa aatharisad far anty aaa
fr itt4 al tfcfaa.
Ts'adge said the contention
tr.st the United States should
"ter.i coIUrs to save sra:r.e
90ti -sounds food as a aiccan
r .ev a.ctfns' or "te s:a-n.
d Into ascrtlrg a co'-e
t can cn!y brfi us r.ear t'-
k rf r if not carry us c r

SMILING WITH PLEASURE, Mat Gen. Louis T. Heathj Chief
of' Staff .of the Caribbean Command; and Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, commander-of the Caribbean Air Command, re return
turn return to the reviewing stand after "trooping a line" of soldiers,
marines and airmen, assembled In' a Jomt honor ywi It
tribv'p t i attivi-rifi ( .-d with hl.-r fa.r!'; fur t;,e UnjU
Cu L.us tuviay. ,Ti,e ttit.nony, which -InLiuded a'13-gun
salute, -marked the final honora in the Cagal Zone for the
general wlio served, as chief of staff of the unified command
:" alncex November 1955.. 'U,8. Army Photo)

Rumors Of Anti-Cancer Pill
Start Flurrv" In Dnin ;Stot l(

NEW VORR June ift-(UP)'-.
Rumors of the effectiveness, of a
new anti-cancer ,drug made a che chemical
mical chemical firm's stock the most active
on the New1 York Stock exchange
yesterday and raised it price to
new high for the pear.' : -?
The firm issued a statement
immediately after the close of
the exchange cautioning that the
drug is not a cancer cure and
has not been fully evaluated yet
as a palliative something which
reduces the violence of a disease
Without curing it. ;S1 t. r
The drug, produced by E. R.
Squibb and Sons,, was identified
as a steroid compound,, a name
describing a group of chemicals
related to various hormones, or tne
body. "v !'-V'r
- Squibb' and dliiT Mathieson
Chemical Corp., its parent company,-said
in a joint statement:
' "Tha eompaund ia still In Hs
Infancy clinically. . it would ba
premature avan to attampt a
daduction as tha compound' ul ultimata
timata ultimata effectiveness at. this e-'
ramaly early point in its tatting."
Olin Mathieson stock rose from
$53.88 to $58.50 during trading
yesterday with 106.2O0 share
changing bands, its previous men
for the year had been $58.25. ,-
The statement said tne drug is
under study on a small number pf
oatients at Sloan-Kettering Insti
tute for Cancer Research v acre.
At J Season uemonai nospiiai,
Miami, and at the University of
Miami Medical School.
Tho Miami Medical School s re
search deoartment announced to
day that it has had successful re
sult r in treating 20 breast, cancer
patients witn a new pin. -. '-
It saifl Tna a rug ta nor- a vra
but ta dajiejnad far wta "a n I y
after aurgary oa fa Had ta atap
tha spraad af the cancer jn such
'..
"This does not wipe out cin-
Flu Epidemic t
Takes 1250 Lives ;
In-Philippines' j
MANILA, Jene 14 (TJF)
Sixty-five more death were
reported today In tha Philif Philif-pin,
pin, Philif-pin, raising 1.J5S the
death toll in the lnflaBs
epidemic raring In tne tMsBda.
- At the time, health
antherities expresvfl cancer
over andif n pnllrt.k af
another "kUr t. diar diarrhea
rhea diarrhea eaterttia. Act..Hri:l re reported
ported reported 131 Ct.: rn ttrkkea
ith diarrhea r.tr!!s ssneo
Jnne J. rorty-thrr af
them
.

1 u.,!"TTr

-T-
cer, one of the research doctors
said. "'Rathev it checks' cancer
growth and prolongs 'the life of
tne pauenr."-
A spokesman, at. Sloan-Ketter
ing said the .drug is being tested
but ;'there is absolutely no evi-
oence mat it Is anv mora useful
than other similar materials- that
are now on trial."; v.-
French Troops :
KIII55 Rebels
IntllaMfllreup
ALGIERS, Ju n IV '(UP)
French troops killed P4 rebels In
three separate gomfighta in a
new flareup of Nationalist activ
ity yesterday, French sources re
ported today. t ;
One r fight took place in the
mountain about 60 miles south,
west of Orajt where Foreign Le
gionnaires and Colonial troops
Killed 68 insurgents near LSvaya-siere,-
a small' village 30 miles
from the: Moroccan border.
.Twenty-eight-rebels were re
ported killed in. a fight near the
seaport town vx Gouraya, about
100 miles west- of Algiers. Ten
others including two rebel chief chieftains
tains chieftains were killed in -a short en
gagement south ox Orleansvtlle,
v French.losse were not report,
ed,' '.,"
Atonic Blast :
Pfi?f -..'
7mds Too Stron
rr
LAS YTGA3, Kef, "June 14
(UP) The Atomic Commission
early today postponed the fourth
blast of the 50-ahot summer ser series
ies series for 24 hours because of strong
surface wines. :
The 'postponement a an announced
nounced announced lew than three hours
before tne scheduled detonation
irvm a piai.orra uinimi
neath

a caciive balloon soo reet'c.n.,1 -rj,.

above the cesert test sit. 75
miles r.crthn of here. The test
was rescue-"- a for tomorrow at
It t:-t t -:rd postponement

iM T -fnf TMr 1-
Wch mrothima "ins pua yellow aasl the
Narawk:. Tre AIC waa forcedrcoI browa. .
to oelav the tftst twice urevious- Teraey said he is proceeding

!v to tom;.r: tech&ical prep-
satiora. ,. .... .

; THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

AN INCREASE in Social Secur Security
ity Security contributions,' expected to
start next January' has: been an announced
nounced announced in several local newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, quoting official sources. 'p
The present social security tax
is 8 per cent, with employer and
employe paying 4 per cent each.
Starting next January the tax
will be 12 per cent .going up to
14 per cent in 1961 to 16 per
cent hi 1963 and Tfrper cent aft after
er after 1975. V '
, ' 1 N J- i ft
.the reports indicate that the
increase will enable the Social
Security Board to extend" bene benefits
fits benefits to members of employes'
families. ' 1 .
! v 1 -ii
-:- Bar owners have named a'
delegation to 'meet with local
liquor :. producers to dbcuss
what they consider as an "ar "ar-;
; "ar-; bitrary" 40 per cent Increase:
h in tha price of native liquor.
rat meeting held yesterday.
ji
1 El Tanami America yesterda
reported government sources as
studying the possibility of lift lifting
ing lifting -the ban on further .imports
o 95 octane gasoline and taxing
it as a luxury item, as compared
tQ the 87 octane gasoline. '
,' ..
' The government's decision to
ban future imports' of high-test
gasoline has brought protests!
from several sources,! ; including
automobile atfenclesl and the
Chair. 'r cf LV KiimyM'X--'-
Panama's supplies of ealk po
lio vaccine are .said to be ex
hausted and shipments ordered
more than a month ago have
not yet arrived to continue the
vaccination orogram being eon
ducted by. the Ministry of Social
weiiare.
The 8ociaL4Securlty Board has
worked out an agreement with
Santo Tomas Hospital aimed at
improving hospital service for
social security .members.
Under the agreement, the hos
pltal will supply beds, food' and
other services while the Social
Security will provide doctors and
nurses. It is understood that tne
old maternity wing of the hospl
tal win he remodeled to accom
modate 200 beds, and operating
rooms for social security mem
bers. ..-..
'Voice of America'
Carries Inlcmov
Willi Jose Qublero
Jose Quintero, Panama's contri
bution to the American theater.
was recently interviewed by the
Voice ot America, at the Velee
studios In Washington, D.C. '?
Ouinterev'" considered one of
Broadway's most brilliant young
directors, made the recorded in-
terview ea the eve of his departure
for Paris, where he will direct his
rwa production of Eugene O'Neill's
"Long Day's Journey Into Night"
ss the United states representation
at the Third International Drama
Festival. y.-v ;'.
f .'"
- -. .
The Younf Panamsnia, speaking
in Spanish, recalled hia early
struggle for recognition among tne
bright lights of Broadway,' as
well ss some of his moat- recent
successes.
The- recorded- late rvlew
was heard ia Panama, today at
1:45 p.m. ever a local station net
work. ? t
Chemist Brews
CHICA OO. June 14 (UP) A i
microblologlcal engineer ha de-

veloped a new kind of beer for cream, cake and candy.
the palates of peopia who dontj "A lots of folks like a mild al-1
really like the stuff. ; jcoholie bevarage," he said, "but.

Robert Tenner, president of,
the Wahl-Henlu. Znatltute. has
o-iorewea a oaten 91 aomeuuM
It comes in
threo flavor
"poach,' a combination of Cran
berry and cherry couins,- a
i:"r ZSSnS.JZ''j;:

on the theory that moH Ameri-l Tenney. si head cf the WsM-'-tr
Jeans have a aweel toctJ. ftoaBaoiaa UaUWt, should visify.yci"

Coup Ends i
' f t .''
3-Week-Old
Fignole Govh

PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti. June 14 (UP) The arm

today overturn the provisional government in a blood bloodless
less bloodless early morning coup and. arrested President Daniel

Fignole.-: 5 "f t$' -j- ; j, I,;
. Army Chief of Stair den. Antonio Kebeau headed
the group. He was expected momentarily to announce
plans for a new military regime,' ,'.",'.;"".

; Utticers were reported to have surrounded Fignole's
home' sometime after midnight, They .presumably, took

...... iwniHj-iiM
rrrmv hnrrnrte i h J
MIi,my7 DarraCKS.'
-
; Police shut off traffic
lc andf pe
dius of the presidential palace
and the adjacent casernes. ;
There was a swarm of armed
soldiers and policemen at head
quarters but they appeared only
in limited numbers downtown
where business went on as usual.
Peasants bringing 'produce to
town ror tne week's biggest mar.
ket day streamed Into the city;
6ome small sullen grouns wav
red and-green Figa c fl.ia,.
were reported gathering in some!
slum areas but there were no I
signs tnat riots would sweep
through the city as they did
three weeks ago.
Leading aides of Fignole were
reported taken Into custody, :
Kebreau'a action came less
than three weeks after Fignole
was proclaimed President on
the heels of the May 15 revolt.
Diplomatic observers expected
it because Fignole had, been un
.Kl. a half th.La.IJ i)..lu
tion in Haiti's economic situa
tion, .p-..
Reels Velf informed
Onilassen Plan,
Allies Ccmplaln r?
LONDON. Juna 14 (UP)
privately but angrily today the
Russians know more about Har
old E. Stassen's latest disarma
ment plaa than the United
States' jotoeetf allies know them
selves. i - i
The new American plan still
has not been presented to the
five-power London disarmament
conference which resumed today
(10:30 a.m. EDT) although So
viet Communist.;, leader. Nlklta
Khrushchev discussed it yester-
day la Helsinki. : ;
StasAen returned from Wash Washington
ington Washington today with new "proce "procedural",
dural", "procedural", Instruction from Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.
Stassen denied he had beea re-'
primanded for his private talks
with Russian representative va valerian
lerian valerian Zorln. .'
, But western diplomats express expressed
ed expressed satisfaction that veteran
American diplomat- Julius
Holmes, former minister to Lon London,
don, London, would arrive here ahortly
from Washington to "chaperon"
Stassen on matters of procedure.1

Suds Wi th ; Cranberry Punch
early childhood he said, their as a expert The institute r-"J-

taste buds are conditioned to tee
they find beer too bitter.-
Statistics indicate that about!
per crnk oi Americana are

non-oeer ennxers. and Tenney.enee tne sr.ia brew in its t
believe most of them Just dontj diU0r.1l farm,
like the taste. - J Ttr.r- v t-rrfl t r

Sassy U really beer U cuasruUe.!
u nas aDout xne same aiconouc

Nout technical tllfficulUea!t.Vr
Beer, It seem, is a pretty com- er t
JpUcat4 produce, and navoriig te j
it makes it more o. it

yusernej vessaiincs, vn
J

f One e:
expert told.lTnfterr ir.
tha coup had been In the mak making
ing making since-Monday.
Kebreau-apparently "acted "- 'te
head off expected mob- demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations by Fignole t supporters
scheduled for Sunday and an at attempt
tempt attempt by. Fignole .to interpret
these as hia ''election" to a full
nraxlriantlal fm.
The army defied" Fignole i
spite his promise of last f
T that ie wm-'i r-'
liaibi hus teen the scene of
recurrent political crisis sine
December when President T?hl
E. Magliore was overthrown by
"general strike." -,
.The average life of a Haitlaa
government since then has been
about a month. '.
.;.A "civilian Junta which took
over the government last month,
tried to install Col. Pierre Ar Ar-mand
mand Ar-mand as Chief of staff in place
or Brig. Gen. Leon Cantave. :
Cantave retaliated by ousting
the government and taking ever
the country., ,
Four days later, force led by
Armand besieged CanUve's men
in the Dessalines barracks and
demanded" he resign. ; After a
weekend of savage rioting, Fij Fij-nole
nole Fij-nole was installed as president.
' He promptly appointed ; Ke Kebreau
breau Kebreau as Chief of Staff, passing
over both Armand and Can tare.
-Kebreau forced both men .ia
retire- and. then left the coun country,
try, country, J.:', .. ,. .
Fignole's government fen' be-
, ir Ti1. OTa
either the United States or Cu
ba, ;. '-,,,,,
Army Rcvi:Is zzi
InTenS Accinl:
Pfc. Carland R.- Ewell was th
soldier- who died of injuries sus sustained
tained sustained in a tank 'accident during
a Bio Hato maneuver last Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. ., V' r-
1 he ?5-ear-old soldier had been
assifned to Tank Company of tb
20th Infantry Regiment, and ws
injured when the tank ia which
be wa riding went into a ravu
and overturned. .
h waa thrnwai from thm' turr-t
of the tank as it dropped about Z
feet into the ravine., Aa Array
helicopter evacuated the injur 1
sold'er te Albrook, but be waa
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A STORY ABOUT THE FLAG

Water under the bf Idee: but not forgotten are the flays oi

World War II and the American flag. .We aigzagged across tne

ocean from Frisco to Hawaii, ..then to Oahu and Pearl Haroor,,

By VICTOR RIESEL

Be it a Harvard lecture or

hard-fisted goon squad, Jimmie
hoifa takes it all in stride, Hs has

fought hi way through both, al

ways the defiant one. Thus, none
of his devout reached for a tran

quilizer when he told them in far
oif hotel that he would take ho ref

uge in the clammy silence- of the

riftn Amendment wnen tne ben

ate committee asks him to sit

down,

Whatever else Is Hoffa's' creed.

he is passionate in the belief that
he fears no one. needs no one's

help and no resource outside his

tough inner being. ,' 4

That streneth "will be tested.

probably later this month., when as

Having seen It years before, I wanted to snut my eyes sum saj s iib"" '"'"ZZ
it never happened.;. the big battle-ships turned bottoms-up and has, faoed-Bob Kennedy asks
ZJhalttnwm'tatnO It as It really was,,, I offa to explain his asociabons

hi. .. .. n i ihii luei n m m i m

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but there In the morning son the Rag, Old Glory was waving
aul mm-rm mm Int. in to An sometbinff for it.

wo rUsphareed a lew soldiers there and the rest went on

to another island... About sixty per cent of the people were pt
Japanese extraction, some loyal and some otherwise;.. One orthe
loyal ones Is still in my address-book, after fifteen yeart, .Hen .Hen-tt
tt .Hen-tt Shltabata. Instructor In machinery In the Wand high school.
I asked Henry if he could find me an American flag. .."Sure
ean If anyone can." Well, in three days he had rounded-up three
Vail 10 school flags. .that was how a grand friendship start start-'
' start-' ed...Two of the flags were used at the base of this new camp,
tk. fM a t.h. island ..ths other was carefully wrapped and

rimI mv in mv foot-Jocker for use at a later date and place won't take tne Fifth also because

that f mir w would wlnd-UD in. ,he has informed the same devoted

This was early in 1942 .so the flag tucked away In my lieutenants that he will run for the
trunk alept there for the better, part of three years. .1 never lost presidency of the T e a m 1 1 er s'

hope that I would get to heist it upon ioreign sou.., we
in Leyte in 1944. .stayed there In the' quagmire,' with daily rams

i akipCA in tvfrT' Tiiuwn nunuLoa. .lb won m uicoa w. j v

little ever three months'. ,.We Ustened to Tokyo Rose and her

Ther will b little bout Jim
Hoffa which eommitt eounwl
Ksnrwdy won't know. This will
b dual to obsrv. Pr on Mis
outcem of this sustint rssts sns
of th ation's mightiest indus
trial smpirs ths Ttntrs U U-nin.
nin. U-nin. ,-

It is reasonable to asume that

James Riddle Hoffa has said he

ab for we knew we would hear tne latest jnu unes irom

USA soon after shev finished her tantalizing oi iaw...ic.

Brotherhood. And he has long said

that he has the votes to put him

self in, just as he believed that
he could hive re-elected Dave

Beck, had he wanted to, before the
second series of Senate hearings
washed out that financier.

If Hoffa doe take the Fifth A.

mendment.' he could not bo rjrei-

dent of the Teamsters and a t i 1 11
keep that -union inside the AFL-

26,

is krirtav th Tsianri wa declared secure... but guns

'aXept'popp,---1r-'aids continued.,. We prepared to take-off for

Af terrburylnp our deao Ucklng our wounds, laughing It oft,
nd llstenlag to some of the old soldiers who had seen action in

the Aragon Forest in World war I ten tneir joaes m acep w
young kids from hitting bottom In morale. .we loaded-up and
..li v,. v.it tmr. t.n Mendnr. on February 1st. 1945.

- Ctolrof fleers couid take-foot-lockers into battle, so we were

. . t.w.ij aa uiMirAW nnr.n nv

-iMs4 lis t mnv n rnamu .ULUfsica niv iwl vi.a v-

r.Z'' nn rank .weU. a wa hit the beaches, the offl

cars' lockers were farekerr into and items strewed about. .but my
locker was sitting In the COs tent Mien I arrtveoV
Colonel George L Snldeman called and asked if that was my

trunk and how I had gotten u mere ..i w.a uun v Tin
flag .He said: "Get It out of here. Min was broken-up when
It was unloaded.". . - ...
S!JT .... nn.lvlrer thoro wa the flat lvlne; in

f iv nana uusuou auv wws. - .

w. v' ,. u h.rt hen fnr three years... With the neip ea. Ana u ne is free, be will run

t .nSis of fellows we" set to work planting a pole la thetr. the presidency at the Team
Ot COuple Or "OW, ?r? K.-Th fnrtv. o' Miami Beah MnvMitinn.

Bound for Old oiory...wnai oa v ; I

loot. ..The date?,.warangiona wy, no.
Old Glory stayed topside for a tew minutes... then It was iow iow-4
4 iow-4 tT,.iT-mait J'.no One had to ask why.. .GIs were patriot

thea. .ta they, art now a s -vmy nopi
. ti.itiM. v if ..-to, nas I

'r":.' tVU r71iand. I fiew over and look

d flown and stw Old Glory still proudly waving... many were
the emestlons as to where the flag came from. .at the next "for "formation
mation "formation it was explained to detail.
One little half-pint soldier from West Virginia said: "This
ghould get in the papers.". i I told him and all the rest that as
fwas I knew the only paper it would get to was the one it had
wrapped to for three years... Private' Marvin p. Blosfleid
was his iJam.;.ow wuld I forget him?... he used to can me
-boss- sergeant. .remember? . .Jest we forget..! ?

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there is no doubt that the AFL-CloT

mder George Meany, would expel

even, me massive Teamsters U
nion If it elected a Fifth Amend

ment president.

So, oddly enough: it is the Sen-

aw Bearing wmcn aisiuros nana

ana not bis upcoming Federal tri

als. He believes he csn beat the

trials. If not, he believes he will

be free on appeal, even if convict-

He is telling, his neooie that he

will be elected that the delegates
!1 e. i r

s 'world of its own with codes of

its own and morality of its own
and the delegates may well be

lieve him at that

irf thsrs Is little f the
dramr about this ninth vies
president f th besiesed em em-sir.
sir. em-sir. H la realist n u h t
know ho has taken on th most
ophistictd and ckmtific of
foes tho Fdrl Bureau of In.

vestlsation. And it aay h did
wrong. Or rather Its document,
tion is the heavy stuff which
th Justlc Dept. will throw at
th defiant en.
So realist Jimmie Hoffa is slso

preparing a "caretaker" govern government
ment government for the emoire hist in rase

ne loses the Federal ease. There

are 13 men on the Teamsters'

high command and he hopes to
have a majority of these rule as a
"junta" should he go to prison.
This junta will consist of a
strange combination of intellec intellectuals
tuals intellectuals and tough infighters Harold

Gibbons of St. Louis; Dusty Mil

ler, neaa or at soutnern States

Conference of Teamsters; Larry
Steinberg of Toledo: J a h n a v O-

Kourk. head of New York's Team-

sters and one or two others whom
Hoffa hopes to make vice presi presidents
dents presidents in Miami Beach.

To test his steneth. Hoffa will

make his first pass at power dur

ing tne Teamsters high council

meeting on or about June 10. H

will tell Beck to resign. If Beck
refuses, and there really is no 1-

gai lore to mske him quit, Hoffa
wiO move that the convention. Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council technically stay la
session from mid-Jun until th
convention. This could b don
by simply recessing its sessions is
stead of adjourning.
Thus Beck would lose his pow power,
er, power, for be is second ts th Team
high council whenever tt is ia ess.
sion. And if Hoffa can as ninm.

ver this to happen, hs will be
running the teamsters, he bo

ner, nsiets- the "Jedi" lon.u

him.

up here, in this sinful city of Sod

om? and Gomorrah named Mew
York, and I am strong to say that

i am with .Dr. wm Graham, an

other North Carolina boy, in his

natue against out satan.

I am not commercially inclined.

and don't own a Crusade Kit. be

cause I am not basically ado-it-

yourself fellow, but I have a long
history of being helped to salva

tion, ana li tuny Graham csn
write his own press releases,, so

can x. ,.

My history of bsing savsdi -s
back t Billy Sunday, a r
formed b as ball plyr who u.

t rassM th Devil undr tm

for a aiiaht toe as. ha traveled

th csrnpsne irit. Doctor Sun
day w mediocre ball aly4
sr. but h ws purs-T dsHi stt
th Dvil in a dsubls play. I r r-mmbr
mmbr r-mmbr iust as clap that I $jv
up smoking for s wsok and quit
cutting school for nearly a month
after Orandps drug m out to
hear Billy Sunday smoke out
sin.
- As a matter of fact I reach

from a family of Devil drivers.

Roller, snn when he come : aowo
strong with the Sperrit, be was a

sunt to see. ne spaice in tne un

known Tongues, not entirely: too

tar off from tne modern disciples,
id when be really got to rolling,

he never seemed to feel the sand-

spurs. And we had big, spiky sand-

snurs in soutnoort. XM. c. v...

) I remember a lot of camo-meet-

lngs in and around the Cape Fear

area. Everybody, ;, including t tne

preacher, was full of sin, and eag

er to admit it. People used to get

up and wall their eyes and con

fess to sins they never knew they

had, so as not to be left out of the

festivities. I always felt they were

Drugging jum a uiue pu.

H Where I really ot tha big feel

ing, of spiritual jollity war at the

tcoiorea iouu camp-meetings, xney

seemed to be on a little .mors in

timate basis 'with the Lord than

the white folks. They treated- Him
ss a friend, and they were even a
mite tolerant of the Devil. 1

These meetings were held in the

woods,: mostly, smid an aura of

fried fish, home made whiskey,

and hand sewn chocolate cake.

The preacher-was always fat, off

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his tithe of fried chicken and scup scup-pernong
pernong scup-pernong wine, .and .he. invariably
sang bass and ad a personal feud
witn the Devil. He also brought
enlightenment to the Sistren, ,and
I have checked lust recently on

one divorce proceeding in which
the preacher was confronted with

za co respondents in a dee-vorce

suit. Everybody stood up staunch

ana nouered: "It's a lie!"

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J WASHINGTON Sen," Lyndon eow three times to arrange for tho
onnsoii si.ai8maruM,3 p.jjsai Moscow Ballet to come to. Wash-

chat we try out an exchange of lngton. Sol huroK has been there

television ana otner cuuurui pro-.twice, and Billy Rose has also

jicts witn Hussu focuse. attention 'negotiated for an American tour

un whetner juirasncaev is riguv of the famous ballet. But the State

or wrong, about an American

ron curiam.

The Communist P a t y boss.

wnen ne iacea tne nation

CBS, claimed the United

had blociceu cultural exchanges

He called for widespread cultural

exenange, in brief the lining of tbe

American iron curtain."

Caretul investigation at the State

Department indicates that Khrush

chev is right. t (

The official policy of th Unit Unit-d
d Unit-d States, as announced by Pres President
ident President Eissnhowsr st the Geneva
summit, conference, is peopi-to-popl
friendship behind the I
ron Curtai. However, this poll
ey is a long way from being cr
ried out, and those responsible
are partly th Stat Depart
ment, partly Congress -for rct-
ing rd taps sspscially fin.'
gerprinting. -1
Here are the facts:'
Within a month after Ike an

nounced the people to' people

Department has refused to waivn

fingerprinting, and the Moseow

Ballet refuses to submit to what

ovei it calls the humiliation of police.

aiaies state tecnniques. J -i'

State Department figures ,t show,
that practically no students have

uecu rvuugcu uciwccu unit
ed States and Russia. On the oth other
er other hand, some 17,000 students vi

sitea Russia from Europe and. A

sia last year, and about 100,00ft
tourists went there last summer,
"Porgy and Bess" also toured Rus
sia from the United States and

was wuaiy acciauneo everywhere.

Unquestionably th. Russian I ;
rsn Curatin has been partly lew
rd. Th American curtain i
much harder t penetrete,

IKg SAW KHRUSHCHKV'i'

4t :

Newsmen are -.mystified as to

why press spokesman Jim Hager-

friendship policy in 1955, the hut- ty should have denied that Presi-

chinson (Kans.) Mews proposed an aent Eisenhower slaw the, Khrush Khrush-exchange
exchange Khrush-exchange of wheat farmers with; chev television interview, when the

itussia, simuar xo ine excuangr uj. iitoiubui later saia ne aia

Th., Singing HWM Wonderful
snd th firelight shone beautiful,
ly n grsy faeev: nd th
choir bent .and swyd as th
music picked up a beat that is
th basis f jazx. Now snd a
s Sister would, lot out ay sip
and com forward to the bench,
snd eontess that she wa wick'
toj the core, and that ah, wa
"purification bound. This V Wouid
npir a mite of jealous in an another
other another Sister; Who would throw
out s screech and' lay her extra
sins n the bnch for all to see
snd ts sdmlrs. Th sld Dsvil
took a mighty thrashing in the
dsys 's'- -!v
I used to sit ron the Outskirts of

the crowds, real quiet, and mar marvel
vel marvel at some of the harmonies that
could transmute from ; prayer to

song. Apart from the nreacher.

who was fat from bis tithel all the

bass singers were skinny, and all

tne sopranos were fat, and all tbe
altos were skinny and mostly short

in tne .aiem. s. . s, v "W
We, were light on basso profun-

aos mi nrunswici: county, ana a
real good bass could make hiss liv living
ing living touring the outdoor revivals.
Somehow Satan take more heed
from a .good bass than from a
baritone, let alone tenors.
J 'get the feeling- that Dr. Wil Wil-liam
liam Wil-liam Graham, evangelist, is miss missing
ing missing a few props in his fight a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst evil. Fried chicken, fried
fish, firelight and a good Devil Devil-hating
hating Devil-hating bass singer take a power
of beating in the uplift league.
And Madison Square Garden, as a
site for scourging sin, seems just
a touch sterile when one consid-

we uia nunuunu pusiuuuiuea vl

ins pmey wooas. ;

Russian-American farmers which
chiefly concentrated on the farm

belt The State De. rtment said

In 1956. Rumania, another iron

Curtain country, asked to send an

encuitural delegation to tnei, u-

nited v States. The State Depart

ment, after considerable palaver,
admitted only one Rumanian farm

expert. He. wanted to come for 90

days. The State.' Department cut
him down to. 60 dsya.- .-

. Finally h cam, toured tns
middls wst, bought several mil

lion dollars' worth of seed corn
and frm meehinery, then ask
d to rmin 30 day Isngsr. Th

Stat Dpertmnt refused. Ho
ienartad immediately.

Yet tha exchange of farmers In

the summer of -1955 had resulted
in acting Agriculture Minister

Matskevich broadcasting over the

Voice of America from Washing

ton to tell the Russian people that
the American people were their
friends. The Soviet Government

has been spending several million
dollars a yeiar to jam the Voice
of America so such messages could

not' be heard. Yet a member oi tne
Soviet Cabinet was permitted to

say, this oyer the Voice, of America
-..FINGERPR1NTINO
' ROADBLOCK V.

Since then, the people td-people

friendship campaign has been m
the hands of mustachioed William
Larey, -a career diplomat who did

n: excellent job as Ambassador to

Korea and is now trying to pro

mote cultural exchange. .y V

It took three days for tnis writer

to nersuade Mr. Lacey to v an

swer his telephone, so it may not
be easv for the Russians to reach

bim either. However. Mr. Lacey,

when finally c available, admitted

that cultural exchange is not going

too well with Russia. It is go

ing better with Poland and the sa

tellite countries. -v;-...'---
Chief obstacle is fingerprinting.

The Russians flatly refuse to come

to the USA O they are to be finger fingerprinted.
printed. fingerprinted. This, they" say. is the sign

of a police state. Exactly this,
however, is required by Congress,
and, although the State Depart-

ment asked Congress to change the

law, key Congressman Francis
Waiter (D.-Pa.) has been vigor vigorously
ously vigorously opposed.- -.

The FBI, according to State De

partment officials, has been most

cooperative, does not oppose USA-

USSR cultural exchange as a dan danger
ger danger to ,U.S. security. ,V

. "IftU IIIMIIg, U V W I'D.
blocked the famed Moscow Ballet

from visiting tbs US; also the Moy-;
fev Ensemble, a. group of folk.

singers

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TiTTAPiWFE. Fla.. June lv
(UP) A middle-aged couple with
a modest income won the right .to
adopt a two-year-old daughter, to today
day today because the love of "poor
but honest and industrious parents
is a great heritage.";
The Florida Supreme Co ur t
ruled that Mr. and Mrs. Dubell
Duke of Tampa could dopt Jean Jean-nie
nie Jean-nie Marie .Ellison, despite a lower
court, ruling.
Duke, 48, and'hls wife 63, have
' an" annual income of $3.00p. -But
Chief Justice- Glenn, Terrell n d
lour other justices said in the ma majority
jority majority opinion, parent-.? ten
times the income and much young-er-Jmight
not be so good risk.
' "I doubt if there is a man on
this court whose father and moth mother
er mother had an Income of more than si, si,-000
000 si,-000 at the time he was brought
up," the majority opinion by ler-
rell said.. . 'J 1
'"1 do net overlook the fafct that
in these days dollars look look-d
d look-d at big at cartwheels and one
them weuW buy sirloin
u c.irul dinner and
iiwyM. ivi . -i f
leave enough left ever for jiath
! and gravy, to ? make Monday s
g rits fit for king. '
"We do not overlook the fact
that- income is an important con consideration
sideration consideration in providing for the
care and rearing of an infant but
there are other important factors."
' "The intangibles love, affec affec-onfc
onfc affec-onfc instructive companionship
and devotion to high principles
als0 play an important role in the
development of ., good character
and citizenship,": the court said.
Justices Stephen O'Connell and
K; r Harris Drew, in a dissenting
opinion,' said the court was can can-eerned
eerned can-eerned with the welfare of ( the
little girl and the parents selected,
should show the "highest probabil probability,
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t DAVENPORT, Iowa; June 14
UP)' -The Royal American
! Shows carnival was named In a
$20,000, damage ,uit growing out
Of an accident Sunday night in
which two nersons were thrown 30
feet -when the door of a ,"fly
plane ride epeneo.
7 The Suit was filed, by Mrs. Lot Lottie;
tie; Lottie; Wekley and her daughter, Su
tan, 10, both f Davenport, two
of ihe 10 persons injured.' The suit
charged the shows; with "n e g U U-gence,'
gence,' U-gence,' failure t equip the -, cars
with proper locks' and safety, belts
and to insure the -doors were pro
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Eisenhower's ; T
COP Breakfastsr
v WASHINGTON, June 14 UPK
Rep.,Robert L. Sikes, (D-Fla.),
'CCUBCU I1C3IUC1U wiawiuww w
day of ."violating the civil rights
of Democrats in Congres.',. .
i He' protested that only Republl Republl-cans
cans Republl-cans are- being invited to break break-fast
fast break-fast with' the President, at : the
White House.
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fected ue complaint into nouse
debate over the administration's
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CHICAGOjJune 14 (UPWFed-
eral agents and alleged ringlead
ers 01 a wnoiesaie narcoucj ring
staged a wild gun fight in a road-
nouse today, i wo; agents and a
reputed gang "tngger man;' were
cnucauvv wounaea. -,
' A i city-wide roundup of narco
tics kingpins followed. Picked up
were DominicvArgentine, 38, part-
owner ol the roadhouse ; and al
leged gunman -in one of the shoot
ings, and Joe Bruno, 45, described
by agents as ."the big wheel in the
Chicago area narcotics traffic".
"After the eunfieht. -about 1 50
federal agents and state, county
and suburban police y riddled the
Triangle: Inn roadhouse in. subur suburban
ban suburban River Grove for 45 u; minutes
with at Jeast 25 machine gun
rounds and, 20, tear gas shells to
make, sure no members of ; the
gang were hiding, inside.
, ine saloon was deserted when
Off icert finally entered it. v i ;
U.S. Districts Attorney John Gra
dy said in court hours later that
the agents had walked into a trap
'jset. by-e ruthless gang of whole
sale dope peddlers who had learn learned
ed learned the identity of the agents.'
i The. wounded federal narcotics
agents were John Ripai 32, Ham Hammond,
mond, Hammond, Tnd., who-was shot in the
back without warning as he sat
on a bar stool at the Triangle Inn,
and Jack E., Love, "37,. Chicago,
who was shot down moments, lat
er trying to arrest alleged 'trig-
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way through four agents surround'
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late today and Urbinati was in
critical condition, Doctors held
hope for. Love, .even though he
was shot close to the heart.
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tempt to rescue a paratrooper
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Graham recalling the time when
preachers told him he could be
saved by accepting Jesus Christ
as his Savior: ) .
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rockers." -,..''
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Coy:
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TEZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1057
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ugS fSSS CJut Tin Thonor of Mrs. Aquilino Boyd, wife of the Mlntoter of-Foreign Relation

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ACCOMPANIED BBED CROSS AND CRAY LADY OFFICIALS

MriErnesto' de la Guardia Jr.; wife of the President of
Panama and Isiaent of the Panama Kea Cross, led the
sannnal Red Cross parade this morning

ine bad invuea oh;ib ui uu w

Gray lady organizations to accompany her

US. Ambsdor
pitertabit r -;
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iThe United States Ambassador
Jtilian Fiske "Harrington and Mrs.
Harrington gave a cocktail party

Vteilland, Director of the Central
Arnerican Section of the State De Department,
partment, Department, who is in Panama this
wpek.
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Linen Shower
At. Fort Kobbe

Miss Rpvprlv Bnvfitt entertained

at a linen snower ana luncneon in
honor of Miss Virginia Di Bella,
Tuesday mominff at the Fort Kob

be Officers Club.

About 35 guests attended.
Mies T)i TAllft will hA married

August 30 to Ens. Stanley M, Dore

Jr.

.Lihename that

, means the most in gifts for men!
,E.rSJEWEURY.. BEITS AND-WAUETS
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Gives Reception
For HeuSMuett

Mrs. Margaret Raymond held a
reception on Sunday afternoon

from S p.m. to 7 p.m., in the Fern

Room of the xivoli Guest House to

introduce her niece Miss Peggy

James who is her houseguest for
the month. About 100 attended.

(CONTINUED oil PAGE 8)

' For the first time talent from

this command has been chosen to
appear in the annual Army show

"Kouing Along." The lucky man

is Pfc. Ronadi J. Haskins. one nf

The Interludes, an instrumental

group made up of members of the

79th Army Band which was of the
representatives of the command

in the all Army entertainment

contest finals held in May at Fort

Monmoutn, jn.j. ' ;y

Haskfns; a saxophonist, will

tour with ''Rolling Along" as

member of the show's band.

Another member of The Inter

ludes, Pfc. Robert Shelly, trim

peter, was chosen to appear in

the show band of a Department of

tne Army; recruiting ; film "G e t

Set, Go!" , -j

The Blue Cats; an instrumental

group from ort; Davis," were

chosen att he contest finals by tal
ent scouts from the Ted Mack A

mateur Hour to appear on a na-

tionawide, network television pro

gram given last month.. Members
of The Blue Cats are Sd3 Dale F.

Roiling, Sp3 Wilfred D. Meek, Jr.,

ana tpi &ennetn J. Green, r .
The annual : Army show "Roll

ing Along" is made up of talent

appearing in the all-Army enter

tainment contest finals; and will

he produced at 1st Army head'

quarters this year. (For the past

few years the 2nd Army has pro

aucea it).

"Rolling Along" will appear on

Ed Sullivan's television show

Toast of the Town." in f August

and then tour the United States.

The show is tentatively booked for

the Canal Zone .in December,

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No matter how eourteouaf a
man la to other women, he Is

marked down as lacunar in tne

qualities of a gentleman If he la
not courteous to his own wife. In
fact, the easiest way for a man

to become known as a gentleman

la to trea Tils wire with courte

sy, consideration, and gallantry,

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nlo Crowd; 6 Dead,

12 (lospilaized

LONDON (UPV-A double-deck

er bus veered out of control today

and mowed down nearly a score

of persons waiting to catch it on

busy downtown street corner.
Six persons were killed. At least

13 others were injured seriously
enough to require hospitalization.

. Many others escaped, oy lieeing
as the big red city bus ploughed
through the afternoon crowds on
Oxford Street at the Junction with

the main downtown Jraffic hub of

uxiora wrcus.
Some of the victims were trap trapped
ped trapped beneath the giant vehicle.
Others were crushed against the
wall of a bank building. ;
A photographer at the scene
said the sidewalk' was "covered
with blood.-

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Wednesday are shown here: from left to right, Mrs. William Baxter, Louis Baker, Gay Sputhwick, Mrs. John Cogswell, Mrs wt
Charles Howell, Miss Lbsh, Miss Bender (visitors from CoJonV Mrs, Richard Allen, JMrs. Henry Kascher, Mrs. Merton ForbV t ;
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House Defeats Southern Amendments

That Would Weaken Civil Rights Bill

WASHINGTON. June 14 (UP)

The Houses yesterday beat sown s
series of Southern -' sponsored a

mendments which opponents said

would have weakened the admin administration's
istration's administration's civil rights bill

The action was a prelude to

ihm kv vote, expected late to

on the hotly-disputed jury trial

amendment. The Southern group
dropped any idea of seeking an
earlier showdown on it. ;;

Taking up a string of relatively

minnr amendments. the House:

Defeated 139 to 119 a proposal

by Rep.j Martin Dies, (D-Tex.?) to
let proposed Federal Civil Eights

Commission investigate au voting
richts cases rather than restrict

it to those based on race and re-

lieion.

Keiected 114 to lue an amena-

ment by Rep. William Tuck (D (D-Va.V
Va.V (D-Va.V to prohibit the commission

from investigating complaints of

voting rights denials because of

religion. ...'.

Beat down 109 to 68 -a move Dy

Rep. Clare E. Hoffman, (R-Mich.)
to strike the commission's author

ity to study legal developments
that deny equal protection of the
laws.' vt'V''.. ';?. v 'iV? ;

Defeated 99 to 53 an a m e n d-

ment by Rep. William M. Colmer,
(R-Miss.) giving the commission

the additional duty of t studying

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legal devebpments affecting

states' rights, i ;

Adopted an amendment by Hoff

man empowering the commisison
to investigate any complaints that

tne rignt to naves votes countea

was denied because of race, color

or religiom

' In addition Rep. Bruce. Alger,

(D-Tex.l lost an attempt to attach

an amendment authorizing the

commission to study denials of the

right to retain and keep employ'

ment because of membership or

non-membership in a union. His

move was ruled out of order by

Rep. Aime J. Forand (D R.I.,

who was presiding.

As the bill came to the floor,
the commission would look Into
complaints only when voting
rights were, being denied by "rea "reason
son "reason of color,, race, religion or
national origin. It would net
challenge other state voting re re-quirements.
quirements. re-quirements. .'
Rep. James L. Whitteri. ,(D

Minn.,) argued that such a restric restriction
tion restriction made Southerners feel "it is

directed at the p e o p 1 e in the

South." He said the Dies amend

ment would eliminate "this point pointing
ing pointing of the finger.' s.

' mut Rep. Emanuel Celler. (D

N.Y.,) chairman of the Judiciary

Committee and sponsor of the

bill, objected to the broader lan-

011ACT0 H main mucf tfitr

emphasis to deprivation based lv

( Reps William ,1m. McCufloch,

la-xima, aau A.enuem a. sealing,

(K-W,y .). said the .expanded now-

er of the commission might result

in tne legislation, being .declared

unconstitutional on grounds it in

fringed on state's rights, n t

Keating said drafters, of the
measure deliberately r refrained
from giving the commission power
to question poll taxes and other

state requirements because the
Constitution gives exclusive au authority
thority authority to the states to fix such
rules.:, '..-....'V ;
He said opponents of the bill

realized they could not defeat v it

ov a frontal assault and were

trying to 'whittle away at lt.f ''

During the debate on the Tuck
amendment Rep. Thomas O.
Abernethy, (D-Miss.), charged
that "the most intolerable thing
a snooping commission could do
would, be investigating, tubpe tubpe-naing
naing tubpe-naing and cross examining in

the field of religion.'

Airlino Pilol Calls
Crash Procedures
Over-Compliccled

WASHINGTON. June 14 (UP)-

An Airline pilot complained toaay

that over complicated emergency

procedures may he causing crasn

es instead or preventing weuu-

Veteran United Airlines' C a p t.

Warren Leroy said that when an
airliner is in danger; its crew is
required to follow confusing, long

and sometimes contradictory ruies

laid down by the government and

airlines.

Lerov tartlv suggested that "we

are letting the emergency proce

dures interfere with the emer

gencies," he added;
"There are 3ft naees of emergen

cy procedures in the DC6 manual

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alone, mere are t woras tor a
cabin heater fire. : yet some

check pilots tend to give a better
grade to the pilot who can recite

every word on every page. .en

couraging this -detailed memorize

tion may be detrimental. : ;

Leroy 's comments were con

tained in a blunt article written

for "Airline Pilot," official publi

cation of the Airline mots Ansn.

Slide Vidim's Body
Found Bcneslh :
59 Tens vdf .G&k

SHAMOKIN; Pa.!"UP) The

bodv of 19-year-old Frank Pufnock,

trapped Tuesday beneath tons of

debris in a shale slide at his fath

r'a indenendent mining operation.

was recovered Wednesday night by

weary rescue crew.

The youth's body was found 80

feet Inside a tunnel extending from

the bottom of a sloping mine snare

almost 3 hours after he was our-

ied under SO tons of rubble.

The victim, a former high school

football star, had been working for

his father tor more than a year

to earn enough money to enter col college
lege college this falL .-.:- a

partment had received some com com-plants
plants com-plants of voting rights being, de denied
nied denied on religious grounds. He said

it would be a "great mistake' to
orevent the commission from In-

ut Keating said the lattice De yestigating them. .1,

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ERICA, Va." (UP) The Navy
said today It fired by accident a
non explosive 16-inch projectile
that Slammed into the back yard

oi. a summer cottage within 50
yards of five children. -
The projectile, weighing approx-'
imately a ton. missed a cottage i

owned by J. Pi Gunter by only

several yards and bored : a" hole f

into the earth more than 10 f eet
wide. No one was injured, and
there was no damage except to

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day that the projectile, a conven-,,
twnal non explosive type; wa

"fired down range from a 18 inch i

gun at the Dahlgren naval nrnv-

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of here and was intended to hit

in the Potomac River.

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site within aa hour after the pro- -jectile
hit, and Mrs. Gunter said i
she had never seen "such expres-t
sions of relief. when they learned

no -one was hurt v. y

The Navv said it did not Jmbw.

what Caused the projectile to misa

its river, target, a spokesman at
Dahlgren taid the nroiectila would ,1

be removed Immediately. -; j

xnere was no explosion, hut -a
Mrs,' Gunter, who- was alone in

the coUage at the time, said 'Tva ;
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Total enrollments at the begin-

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seven in American history. Now,
there are 77 enrolled for algebra:

41 for English; and 19 for Ameri American
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credit nave oeen urgea 10 enrou
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Armed Forces InsUtute (USAFI).
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through any education center.
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and Thursdays; algebra, on Tues.

dsys and Fridays; and American
history, on Wednesday and Satur-
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p.m. J--.' 'v. 1 ;
The courses follow the written 5
courses of instruction almost ex-
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FRIDAY JUNE 14 1957 ' ") ': ' ' ) -X' " rcs PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAILT NEWSPAPER ' ' ', ' M6K HTg
' h: r fi i r.i v: At .' a i J:2:r.:i3 Pr::rt G!IA!.D ; V: r ' ;V

a I I 1 y l 1

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be offered at the fWhite Elephant"
table. ; J i
Th 1a Ii iDonsored bv the

-Board of Administrator of the

Childrena" Home. ; t r

Mil Woleottr
On Vacation

1 Miss Amber Wolcott, hai arriv
ed from Boston to spend the sum

mer with her parents
Roger A. Wolcott of BeUa Vista.
Miss Wolcott has completed her
first year at the School of Fine
and Applied Arts,1 Boston Universi University
ty University
tirtment Party'

A reteS party ill b held BOSTON -tinard Masden ask ask-at
at ask-at the Atlas Garden for -.Mr. '.and mg a state Supreme Court justice
Mn Willi's m Bartholomew on to permit doctors to 'transplant
Friday June 28. Att friends of the one of his kidneys to his J win

Bartholomews are mvj ..
tend. Tickets may be obta ined by
calling Mr Melant, 6-191 or Mr.
Christeiisen at -290. ; ;

Rav. Pttron's
Hare For Vacation
JIainert J. Peterson, Jr., son of
,f V?r7Bev, and Mrs. .Mainert
J. Peterson of Ancon
Wednesday morning from St. i no nomas
mas nomas Church Choir School an New
York City, where ha is student,
to spend the summer with his par parents;
ents; parents; -. - V 1 "f
Kummaga Sala ".
At St. Lukt'a t )4-t"
Tomorrow"; ';'',' -a
The Rummage Sale, whiqh wUl
It held all day tomorrow at Bish Bishop
op Bishop Morris HaU of the Cathedral
of s St, Luke, in Ancon, will open
at 8;00 a.m. and will continue all
day through 5:00 p.m, Proceeds
from the salp will: be donated to the
Bella Vista ; Children's Pome of
Panams City. . v
Bargains in used clothing and
household goods will be on sale and
sn interesting variety of items will

Albin Krenkovsky
Is !ley Commander

Of Canal Zone VF7

At the 32nd annual encampment,
liefd" Jit Post 3878,? Cristobal, on

Junr s ana Aimn axihww-iri" --eedpd Vnd
sky,-" post commander of C a o t-H1' Peeaea w

Start c wararop rosi i, w -lected
department commander of

the f anama vanai ra wi''
ment,f Veterans of Foreign; Wars.
Though relatively a newcomer
In the VFW," organization; Kran Kran-kowsky
kowsky Kran-kowsky proved his ability as a
leader while" serving as comman comman-der
der comman-der of Post 40. Under, his leader leadership
ship leadership th membership was almost
doubled and his-continuing effort
to do everything -in his power for
the Post won the sdmirstion of sU
k rnimhfn KrankAWSkV 'ill S S

resided u t Panama, for ft ovoni. 20
years and occupies a high super-

vicory position wim ine

Station, ;Kodm8p.v4s'Vi!4

Alto iwuvnuit ,
lected or appointed 0 serve witn

Department commanaer .a.

kowsky for tne ia7-5 lerm:

R ll KioS -Sr Ttei om? head sfter wounding Her sons
R. L. Kopinson tr. vice eom u-.:f.i Th thirH t

legislstive officer R. Micek Dept.

officer,

Past . department

Shuberg Installed Krankowsky and

his officers, in an impressive cer ceremony,
emony, ceremony, immediately preceding the
closing of the 32nd encampment
Past department commander
Donald J.r O'Neil. who presided o o-ver
ver o-ver the encampment, and his fam family
ily family left the Isthmus today,- for re reassignment
assignment reassignment with the U. S. Marine
Corp in California. rs ;

(Continued on Pare

Quote Unquote

ways. Start' him out right

the marriage is new

hrnfhpr. f inn

1 want my brother to live. :
WASHINGTON CHairman Gra

ham A. Bardeii (U-N.C.) of the
House Labor Committee on hear hearings
ings hearings into legislative safe-guards to
protect union-' welfare funds:

"Mince tne beneficiaries of these
filnHfc 1a1t anv roal nnuiAF in Ho.

fend themselves,: we wish to con consider,
sider, consider, k i what government regu regulation
lation regulation is desirable to protect them
from unscrupulous fund officers,
and also, from reckless or igno ignorant
rant ignorant mismanagement." C L

MOT?RTT.TflN. Ark. David T..

Lilienthal, former director of he

Atomic. Energy Com mis. on and
the Tennessee Valley Authority,
on the, economic future of the
South:,

"I ael ha hantfp tn rnma In

the next two decades in the South

particularly will far overshadow
anything heretofore seen,"

ST PATTTi Minn Affririiltur

Rprrfitarv Ezra T. Benson on the

Senate's restoration- pn the soil

oanK plan:,, t

b i 1
'Tf wa'finH at the end of the

vpar fpflf it in unworkable, v I'll

I recommend that it be disconti

nued.", .

NEW Vnnif i Randleader Lm

Castle on the death of J i m m y

iinrpv I

"Since Tommv v died. Jimmv

hadn't been the same. He cried
night after night. He was broken-

man'a wnrlrV .and leavi. them for

him to do. Do them once and

you'll be stuck with them.
Don't i let him get inU the habit
rrf pnminff home nieht after nieht

complainmg he's tired. He owes

you a utue ox nis nest sen, xoo.
So instead of offering him sym sympathy
pathy sympathy and an easy chair, go ahead
anri rnnlr nn a little lun a i e W

nights a week. A movie may do

more to make mm reel reiaxeu
hn "cittino at hnme There's no

thing more tiring than boredom,

and ne 11 socn De Dorea u you aoa i
have any social life. y
Set up some kind of business
narfnershin (j that von don't have

to ask him for money. Having to

ask a nusoana lor money gets xo
be frustrating in a hurry.

THAT'S HIS RESPONSIBILITY
DON'T take on his responsibili-

hearted. 1 think his sorrow must

Canada's Premier
May Resign. Give

Winner Chance

' Trmi unnc.:' Ark. June 14

(UP)-- The second of three boys

snot In the neaa oy ieir aepouu

ent mother died today at a-Utuek. i iiveJ in ay nu

RaiV hnanital. --H -i :

- The victim. was 7 -year! old
Charles f Sharp. His lfr year-old

vuanes out. j iivjj, room, three Dedrooms one
t brother Douglas,mdied shortly af- She7w 'a 'nursery for the
'a. ter the shooting Tuesday. v cml. dining -room, living room
1th i,! twi dlXfcld waS' snd a glass jalousied porckJt is
in. Mrs. Mary Sharp, 36, died instant- comforubly furnished. A late

ly when she shot herself in the fflodel car the garage.

:e eom-ur"u mlvcl "uuu"'ub. ,"" i Jeannie Marie, sick ana ne

mander -W. E. Arnold Jr viceL. V,e-Jl0BpHai f011".'! death, was given to the uukes
?omme.nder) C H., Lester -Dept. Sarp V ...calLut ye. W ?y her p a

surgeon T. Haunts Dept. in-1 wuw ne uuiei nuraea uii c a nu

anector- G Bonzoumet 1) e p 1. 1 uesimiawm, wnw oacs 10 neana ana wem w ui
adhitant' F Blankenship Dept. husband .iied of i a heart attack to adopt her. When the ..Welfare
rhief of 'ataff- S. J. KapUn Dept. nearly a year ago i ; r r Board aad court ruled against

j m j n f luuaiu salt wiuk u.v.-.
Mrs. Sharp left several notes. I them.. IraU oeichbors helped the

" K v. i iama ..am. -ua Man, mm -., mm i .a ma k innma

vouth director; v. Harrison i j,"b, v (v vu, njUi api-cu -,-u.-
Dept, employment officer W. C. love them and no one else wants Courts V? A'-;-

Watson DeDt nuDlic relations w.,, ; ; r, : -. iuu mo uj

matter what happens,, they want kept jIll her toys. It .will be a joy
..III. .k. n.. U k..,.. fc..V

"commander to be with, me,"; she wrote.

Or Forget .JlbsatThca

, ATTENTION,'' spring bridesv

ty to his family. It. is much better

1 4 4a AViantfalt. anpnliraoa htm trt writa hi.

1 1 K III IIUUUDB1U1G b VUWfi.lM. -v.'uvm. -wav ....... .V

a husband' once he sets set in his parents than for you to take over

when the job. Your letters to them

should De in addition to his, not in

Decide what jobr you think are place of them.

Tirtfi'l" Ipl vnni nmnanlAiiahif. Tip

all one-sided. Ijt him ahnra vour

interests aa you share his ; v ;

Lion t let nim turn nis pay
check over to you, It is better for

tne man ox tne nouse to pay me
bills. Wives who grab the purse
strinira parlv in marriacrn aM n

find themselves saddled with all

the financial worries.

It is much, much easier as
any experienced 'wife will tell you

to start a husband off on the

right track than to try to switch

mm laier on. .,

h 1

Poor Couple Gels
i Adoption Permission

From Supreme Courl

TAMPA -'Tune 14 TJPV An aff-

ing, "poor but honest"- c u p 1 e
itoH anrinnalvi tndav -for offi-

cial word of a State Supreme

Court decision that tney can auopi
the 3-year-old girl s they j ireared
from eiplrlv Infant.

VWe -read about the Supreme

Court's decision to let us have
our, baby, Mrs." Dubell Dukes,
Rt maiii "iftut wn want the official

word so that we .can pnee j, again

hold ner in our arms ana mow
that she js ours." r Av-

The court ruled ma spui aeci-
Jlnn Wpi1npHa har the Dukes

O AlU ; V VfVMUUUWgT .. rm-ir
can adopt little Jeannie Marie El-

uson, overruung tne ataie : wel welfare
fare welfare Board and a lower court de

cision, j , 1

"To be broucht UP in a modest

home by poor but honest and in in-jitefrfnua
jitefrfnua in-jitefrfnua narnnti ia a -ffreat heri-

tage," the majority opinion- said.
Dukes, 59, who earns &000 a a-year
year a-year as a hardware stock clerk,
said he was afraid the Welfare
Board would try to appeal the rul ruling.
ing. ruling. '"" -.'':'

."They say we re too out. out
we aren't." Mrs. Dukes said. And

to a. w av w jwf t
iThaVRAtitila live'1 in ay mofllst

home In the outskirts of Tampa,
it 'ai anapimia v nine-nanelled

living room, ; three bedrooms one

J:"::;:d Pr:!:r

To 6:!l Vb Caw

Al.snd D-II fca:

WAGHTWrtTnTX TTP Prime

Minister Nobusuke Kishi of Japan
will niav vnif with President Ei

senhower and attend a New York

Yankee-Chicago white Sox Dase Dase-ball
ball Dase-ball game during his forthcoming
visit to the United States.

in alahnrata .1 itinerary fnr. W-

shi's 11-day visit was .made public
by the State Department.
- Thp Prima' Ministpr- arrivpa In

San Francisco next Monday, and
... M . V-.

will uy nere aDoara cisennower a
aimlane. the Columbine HI. ar

riving Wednesday. .,

Wispnhnwer and Kishi will meet

at. the White House for lunch and

an 'early afternoon round of "golf
at the Burning Tree club. 1

After several days 01 ; comer comer-anpp
anpp comer-anpp here. Kishi leaves on Satur

day for New York. On Sunday he
will, t.thrnw nut th first hall at

Yankee Stadium at the Yankee-

White Sox game,

Jeannie Marie, sick and near

.a-

rara kd ht her rj a r-

ents who were not able to raise

The Dukes nursed the ehlld

com riG?

JUNE
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Soclai and ; Oili

'Men: In' 'White' -.'Is New
erwiSe
mQ)(B.
Summer Clothes Story
i
onttnutd

! v ... mm

formal Luncheon
At Salvation Army
1 School For Blind 1
VtAn interesting informal luncheon
;took place this noon at the Salya Salya-'tlon
'tlon Salya-'tlon Army School for the Bund

- 'Classes wwui --
day at the Masonic Temple on 13th
Street to jranama w.
27Colooel John S. Stannard, 0. B.
, .nd Mrs. Stannard the new Ter Ter-..ritorlal
..ritorlal Ter-..ritorlal Leaders for Central Amer America
ica America and the West Indies who are
here conducting the Annual Sec Sectional
tional Sectional Congress were present. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Potter was represented by
William G. Arey, Jr. and the Bal-
tui. Wnmon'a Club thrOUfD ltS
12... .lAt isr. Alhert Sarinen. I
u.w Jnhn A Sundbere. the Sec
. tional Officer ano tapiam
. i tt
f A number of Girl Scouts from Bal Bal-i
i Bal-i boa as well as British Aid Society
' members and a number of friends
1 the School for the Blind were
, present.
. hm nubile welcome Me-
;fing tonight for these new Salva Salva-.
. Salva-. tton Army leaden for the Carib-
Fashion Show Set
AUf I fl
Tho youna adult mombers of
I! the church of St. Mary Tho Vir Vir-I
I Vir-I fin, Rainbow City, aro present present-t
t present-t Jna fashionf show at tho Rex
j: Theatre In Colon on J o n o 2
,. Itommonclng at 7:30 p.m. This
r ahovr beside featuring an array
f beautiful models, will also
I 'offer a program of popular vocal
f nd instrumental selections do do-"
" do-" signed to keep their patrons ful ful-y
y ful-y h entertained. -,w ,' j
! Tho proceeds from Ms venture
1 d po toward tho support of
T. tho church.
COMING
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GENERAL CLEARANCE SALE

- AT

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MlcgTrining on

No. 122 CENTRAL AVENUE
(across from Felix Maduro)

CAPTOLIO
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ourtUAi DKUNV.n uahlc is

trw oil for
C.-n Maltre iheiel, I-1KI
fr reserrstieaa.

bean area Colonel and Mrs. Stan Stannard
nard Stannard will lead Salvation Army
Meetings Saturday at the Army
Prime lnatiri nn 15th nf Fahninrv

Street in Panama City. The party
will oe in sUivn iur vnnuus week weekend
end weekend services also at Salvation Arm-
y centers,
Card Party
Poatoonad
The card nartv Planned for to
night by the u. uarvyn a., Moum Moum-blow
blow Moum-blow Memorial Auxiliary to Post
No. 3876 V.F.W. has been post
poned. vsX .
, Mrs
Jones
Luvn For
Boquote Vacation
Mrs.- Elspeth G. Jones has left
for week's vacation at the Pa-
hnminti Hntn.L. Bnauete. prior to
her being transierrea to ine cm
ish Embassy at Mexico City. ?v
House Committee
Approves Bill
On Bookkeeping
'WASmKflTON. .Tun 14 fTTPI
The House government Operations
committee approved a bill today
recommended byithe Hoover Com Commission
mission Commission as a step toward improv improv-inz
inz improv-inz eovernment- bookkeeping pro
cedures. :,',. .''
The measure -would put budget
ing on an accrued expenditure
hoc! an ahnrnnristinns in anv
year would cover only goods and
services to be. paid for in that
ces w iui ui ui
, Congress now votes lump-
appropriations which may be
year.
sum
carried over from year to year
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Costume Jewelry
Home Decorations
Leather Goods
Stationery
Novelties
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Fabulous Dcmblo Program!
Rock Hudson In
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ETERTTHINO but .the

That "Extra Something" at the Cocktail Time!
Music by LUCHO AZCARRAGA at the Organ ;
and playing for your pleasure every day atjhe atjhe-cocktail
cocktail atjhe-cocktail hour in the air-conditioned Balboa Bar!

from 110 ojn: to 3 JO D.m. our hefter combination of breakfast

and lunch really fills the bill for many. Ddkious Brandt menu,
choic of complimentarr cocktail, end the music of Lucbo Azcarraga's

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WHITE FOR SUMMERS' New white wool flannel walk shorts
(right) are teamed with red knit pullover shirt. White flan flannel
nel flannel slacks (left) are tired with black, wool outerjacket. ;

By DICK KLEINER
iNEW VORK (NEA)'-The same
group of die hards who keep
Hroomlno nt a white' Christmas
a white Fourth of Ju-
Itf Th aiirnnxa lathuM color for
the summer is white p jan
simple, spouess wnue.
You'u. sen wmie aione or in
tombinatlon with other colors in
combination witn otner coiors m
jjjnogt every conceivable kind of
IUmmer apparel. '.-'!. -j
. There are ; white shorts and
slacks, white odd jackets, white
wool sweaters, white sportshirts,'
white straw hats, white shoes.
t' ViAcf n 11 cot ha whira MntneR
fin concert with araither color
with white shorts, 'for example,
a contrast of a black or red sport-
shirt makes a pleasantly startling
combination. Or have tne sdut;
white and. the shorts or slacks
black; or some other color, ukc
As usual, a formal summer
occasion daminds a white out outfit,
fit, outfit, like the currently : popular
gloaihing white shawl collar
tropical worsted dinner Sckot,
combined w 1 1 h ( black, trim,
taporod formal trousers.
hi fabrics with other colors-fstrip
Kin.ni- n.hita and trrep.n cabana.
sets of white 'patterns set against
bold, red pr.jreen grounds ; wmw
in various patterns and assosrted
colors on many kinds of summer
ppareL r iv
Ana, ims season' me cimwc wa
vy blue biaier is ngnung cor iu
lue Dialer is iigauiiK iun itai
challenged by a, stunning
life,

If YouWont to;
Please Dad 1

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coat. ,v t ,
Also new are white flannel slacks
made of lightweight wool and per-
fant fnr aiimttiai tva&j Hnlfara wfiA
feel the need of a little warmth af
ter a hard round should welcome
the new. short jackets --available
in wmie, m course inat are ugnt ugnt-weight,
weight, ugnt-weight, loose-fitting and handsome.
'Why has the Ivy Look bees suc successful?
cessful? successful? Because it is loeical. sava Ches
ter Laurie, a designer who claims
some of thn credit for mtroducins
the Ivy Look.
"It's neater and mora lotdcaL"
he says. "And it seems to make
a man more conscious of his ap
pearance, It's funny the chants
that comes over a man who adopts
the Ivy way of dress. Maybe it's
thn h1r ,H,n nn. tha.- nanta .that
makes him more a wan, of finger
nail grooming, or, pernaps, me
sUmmer, natural shoulder line
that causes him to cut his hair
shorteri"-s.-V;; f
'Or mavbe iff just that the short
hair cuts and. the fingernail troo-
mers are tho ones who. went jr
the Ivy Look' in the first plao.
too may do -aixwg arovna on a
Sair of accident causers. Tho Na Na-onal
onal Na-onal Shoe Institute ; claims that
accidents around the homo can
often be traced tor wornout shoes.
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FLINT, Mich.,' June!' (UP)
An ''extremely jealous'f youth ,kill ,kill-cd
cd ,kill-cd his girl friend early, yesterday
because he had broken, off their
engagement and took bit .own life.
Police said John Cooper, 22,
wa'ked to Kearsley Park with Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Moss, 19,- beat her severely
and then tossed her body, into a
..7. imtWfi'r f
'Cooper took' a cab' to his home,'
told his- mother. "I've just killed
my girl friend," and left the houso
after, grabbing a .38 caliber re re-volver
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He apparently walked four, miles
back to the nark and shot himself
in the right tempi less than 200
paras from tne spot wnere .ear
bart's body was found, r f i
Barbara's Barents. Mr. and Mrs.
Otlr -Moss; -described Cooper 1 as
an "extremely jealous" youth who
had been dating their daughter
for nearly two years.,
' They said Barbara' gave Cooper
back his ring last Friday, but a a-greed
greed a-greed to continue dating ;him on
Tuesdays and, Saturdays. ir.
-She had an extra date with Coo
per Wednesday to go' swimming
nd then accepted tne mvitauon or
a ilrl friend to attend a weekly
danco t the YMCA. : r ;
! The friend, Mary rrait, 19, saw
she. Barbara andS some other girls
left the dance about midnight to
get something to eat and found coo cooper
per cooper waiting outside.
She said Cooper took Miss Moss
by the arm and said angrily, -You
ar going with me."
PioyMti Perdso ;
' On Sunday, at I p.m. .the- Bethel
Missioa Church's Sunday School of
Paraiso -will sponsor a program
in honor of Children's Day, ( Tho
pupils of all departments from
the cradle roll to the seniors will
be heard Ja recitations, dialogues
and aongs.v '.; i-...- i
: Other activities of the dar will
be Sunday School at 9:45 a.m..
Worship Service at II a.m.. Gos
pel Service St 7:15 p.m. and a spe special
cial special service and message brought
by tho Rev. W. M. Stewsrt
.' The superintendent, Mrs. R.
Stewart extends s cordial invita
tion to parents and friends to at
una tne program:
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Ancon on Sunday, there wil) be
Snecial prayers said for Oueen E
lizabetb II and the British coma
morrwealth of nations, comment
dratin the official birthdmr nf Her.
sriiaiiiv ujb wuiyn waa tciw
brated on June 13. :
Members of both the American
and British coram unities will
share this service at 11 a.m.
The Very" Rev. Mainert J. Pe
I 'tenon, Dean of the Cathedral will
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son with the assistance of the Rev.
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ce Would Shorten School Aid

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To End It D uring His Term

WASHINGTON, June 14 (UP) -"resident
. Eisenhower may try to
ppease opponents of the federal
school construction bill by asking
Congress to cut the program from
tive to three yearsy ft was learned
today. m
This would mean that thet pro

posed program to help states over

cutback to three years might ap ap-peake
peake ap-peake opponents and gain cnances

lor passage 01 scnooi legislation

this vear.

He said he understood Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower will make the request when the
school bill reaches the House floor

next mont.l,

While details were not immed-

com th classroom, shortage lately available, it was presumed

would end during Eisenhorer's, expenditures unaer the program

term ;in nffinp..

Republican congressman, who
talked with the President Tata
White House breakfast said- he
voiced fear that: federal school aid
might become permanente if per permitted
mitted permitted to run into va new adminis adminis-tration,
tration, adminis-tration, v ,"
Hep. Wlfflum II. Ayres (R-Ohio).
an opponent of the. program, said
ha understood Eisenhower had dis discussed
cussed discussed the,: three ,yeaf limitation
with Rep. Samuei K. f McConnell
Jr. (Pa.,McConnel!. who is now
in Europe, is senior Republican on
the House Education" .and Labor
Committee "which hammered, out
a compromise five r year $1,500,-1
000,000 school plan.
AyTe said Administration sup supporters
porters supporters of the legislation feel the
"" "Al iV

would be made at the 300 hundred

million dollar a year rate approv approved
ed approved by the committee. If so, the ef effect
fect effect would be to cut the overall
program from $1,500,000,000 to 900
million dnliars.
, Ayres' suggestion caught other
administration leader t and lap lap-porters
porters lap-porters of the measure by surprise.
Ken Peter Freyliiiehuysen Jr.

(R-N.J.. who sponsored Elsenn

hower's original tl,3O0,00O,OO four-

year school aid plajtu said bo had

not been informed, of ,tiie move.
Neither had some' top officials of
fhe Health. Education and Welfare
Department ..
Eisenhower was" quoted by Mc

Connell as saying he would give
the legislation his full suDDort aft

er the House EducUion com m it-

One andtheOrher

rf

Answer to Previom Putilo f

tee approved the five year "com-

promise pian mi mania, house
iemocrats originally had demand

ed a six-year 3,600,000,000 : pro

gram.
; Frelinghuysen has written to Ei

senhower asking a full statement
on his current position on the com compromise.
promise. compromise.

Ayres and Heps; Clarence J.

Brown (Ohio) and Charles B.

Brownson (Ind.) d i s c u S sed the
school program with Eisenhower

at the wmte House oreadkiast.

(Some of those attending said Ei

senhower at the .White House

breakfast.'" "'-'','":-t?;'. x 1

Some of those attending said Ei

senhower expressed the desire to
have the school program end while
he was still in office.. Since the
President cannot seek another
term, this would mean that a five-

year program would spill over in

to another administration.

Eisenhower's second term ends

Jan. 20. 1961. The committee-approved
bill would run until July 1,
062. But a cutback to three years
would wind up the program July

l; 1960, a good six months Deiore

Eisenhower s term ends.

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Tc!sc$ To The Ifr

: ROGHUDI. Italy June 14 (UP)

Federal police scoured nearby
mountains today searching for this

town's AWOL mayor and the pret

ty village schopl teacher he kid'

naned v ana araggeo cave man

fashion to the hills Tuesday.
The bold kidnaping,': involving
two of the main pillars of this
tiny community, brought civie life

to a virtual standstill. .,

Almost 50 police were searching

th Asnoromonte Mountains at the

very tip9 of the Italian boot look looking
ing looking for the missing pair. They be believed
lieved believed Mayor Pietro Nucera, 40,
spirited 28-year-old Francesca Za Za-vattieri
vattieri Za-vattieri off into the mountains, the
wUdestin: tolf;-w 'V., -v.
The .mayor needed the aid of 10

pair-to pull of the kidnaping out outside
side outside the teacher's one-room school
house here. He himself had been
a pupil there for several months
in a move, to catch up on his edit

CatlOn, t; i,ji-. vt ni .' j'-' ;

Between lessons pence said,,,
fhe mayor had tried wttrtevt sue
cess te interent the pretty school schoolmistress
mistress schoolmistress In joining him In a pro program
gram program of extra-curricular .aetivlt'
ties. i"4 :
Havihc f exhausted the conven

tional means of courtship he round

ed up 10 of his friends for the kidr
niping Tuesday, the police said;
Witnesses reported the mayor
walked' no to tho teacher as she

left the school and kissed her on
the eheekSv At signal, his ac accomplices
complices accomplices rushed forward,' drag-

NORTH'S two diamond response

today was the Jacoby transfer bid

and demanded tnai souin reuiu

in hearts.

South dutifully hid two hearts

whereupon North bid three clubs.
This bid was not a transfer but

merelv showed that North held a

heart-club two suiter. It was also

a forcine hid since North-; would

have dropped the contract at two

hearts if he held a poor hand.
In spite of the fact that North

had shown a two-suit nano boutn

decided to contract for three no-

trumn. North had told his story.

trusted Kouth's iudament and pass

ed. It was lust as well that ne oio.

Four hearts' would almost surely

have gone down. .;-,v

West opened the three ot neans

against: the three no-trump con contract
tract contract and East's eight forced de declarer's
clarer's declarer's queen. n )

S-uth led hearts right nacx ana

played dummy's seven. East won
with the .nine and chose to lead
the three of spades. South played
the ten and West the king. At this

point .three no-trump was home
but poor West ; decided to return
a soade. '.

This nlav save declarer three

spade tricks and he promptly took
them, discarding two hearts and a

diamond from dummy. He then
proceeded to run the club suit and

on th lt rlnh lead East Was

hopelessly Squeezed. He had 'to

throw away tne queen of diamonds

in order to bang on to tne ace oi

hearts.1 This allowed declarer to

make the last two tricks with the
ace and jack of diamonds;: ,.n

Dad Blames Sex Magazines
After Rape-Murder Of Tot

ed her into a ear and sped of

toward the mountains. r -.

While police pressed the search",

all was. confusion- la Rogbudl to today..
day.. today.. '. ''.--.; : r mV-

The police Chief was fl in the

mountains searching for the may-

-Tho fleptttf marot 'wis "expect "expecting
ing "expecting the birth of a child at any

moment and was consequently in indisposed.
disposed. indisposed.
There was talk af'i sneelal

lection. '

DETROIT. June H (UP) .--A

frantic all-night search for little

Alary Ve Caussm, 6, ended today
when the girl was found dead and

mutilated with her hands tied De-

hind her back.ov:iMftr:;.v:'

Police said the girl's death un

doubtedly was the work of a sex
manian and roped off the murder
scene in suburban Ecorse t o w n n-shin
shin n-shin to keen possible clues from

being disturbed. v.? s -The
girl, last seen late Yester Yesterday,
day, Yesterday, was found lying face down
and clad only in a blood-spattered
'blouse.',;' ;--iMiwSTj

Her hands were bound tightly

behind her back with white butch butcher
er butcher cord. One side of h face was

crushed by heavy blows and a!
medical examiner's report atd

she had been raped as well as

Bludgeoned. w

Detectives said their, best clue

was a set 9f automobile tire
tracks leading to and from the
soot1 where the girl's body lap in

a field about two miles south of

her home

Six persons were picked up and
questioned. Among them was a
wandering photographer who was

Doctors May Tell
Millcn Eisenhower:
To Put Off Trip

WASHINGTON, June 14 (UP)
U.S. officials said today Dr. Mil Mil-ton
ton Mil-ton Eisenhower probably will post

pone a goodwill trip to Mexico
because of a kidney ailment that

has forced his hospitalization.

The president's brother was
scheduled to leave for Mexico June

17 for a two-week visit as the
guest of President Adolf o Ruiz
Cortines. He was to be accompa

nied by is daughter Sheila and by

acimg Assistant secretary oi etaie
and Mrs. Roy R. Rubottom.

Officials said they ire awaiting

a report from doctors at Johns

Hopkins hospital before formally
notifying the Mexican authorities
of D. Eisenhower's final plans. 1

in the De Caussin neighborhood
with his ponv shortlv before Mary

vanisnen yesterday.
Mary, the oldest of lour chil children,
dren, children, was last seen by a neigh

bor about 6:45 p.m. An organized
search including police, bov scouts

and volunteers got underway a
short time later when the air 1

xauen to return nome.

t The slain girl's father, Edmund
de Caussin Jr., said he didn't
blame the killer "as much as the
society which produces such
man

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De Caussin told newsmen that

things such as sex magaaines
were part v of society where
the telling of dirty stories end
the use ef foul language l com commonplace."
monplace." commonplace." -

"Until, th day society changes
itl fundamental moral principles

and reasserts a belief in God, he
said, ''we will have sex perverts."
Paul Panter, a resident of the

area, discovered the body about
noon when he drove to the field

to dispose of rubbish. He immedi

ately called police, who by then

were leading' a foot-by-foot r check
of vacant homes, basements and

other spots where a child might

nine.
The medical report said the girl
died about 4 a.m. Police said this

.meant she either was attacked on
the spot or held elsewhere by her

abductor through most of the

night.

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JSEW YORK, June 14 (UP) Milwaukee bounc bounced
ed bounced into first place in the National Leagufrtoday with
'fists flyine and the Yankees literally fought their

I ;,way to within four games of the American League
J lead, but Ted Williams, got in the best "punch?' of all
! with a record-smashing home run spree.

1:1

!

r.'

ITThe Braves moved a half

game ahead of the NX. pack by
Seating the Dodgers. 8-5, in a
"contest that featured a fist fight

2etween Milwaukee's Johnny lo

4 jean' and Brooklyn's Don Drys-

Htuie, Willie uie l wmcco uwv-
id the white Sox, 4-3, after both

CiUDS naa eiiBagcu a. o-"
iite free-for-all.

Williams, who didn't have to
v S-psnrt t.o his lists, became the

tirst American League player
' fever to hit three home runs in a

Single game twice in tne same
season when he led the Red Sox

to a 93 victory over uie Indians,
a iDuDlicatine a feat he perform

ed acainst the White Sox on May

; the 38-year-old Boston slug

ger boosted his season nome run
total to 17 by walloping his first
two off Cleveland, starter Eariy
Wynn and his third one off Bob

Lemon. Williams now nas wuj
frne home run less than Mickey
Mantle, who leads the majors
With 18.
Only two other players ever
Jiit three homers la one game

T twice in the same season mu
both were National Leaguers.
Ralph Kmer did it in 1947 and
Johnny Mise did It twice, in
1938 and 1940.

In yesterday's other Al

games, Detroit edged Baltimore,
S-lJand rookie Jack Urban
Itched Kansas City to a 6-2 vic vic-ftfry,
ftfry, vic-ftfry, over Washington in his first
1 major league game.
The Pirates registered their
ninth victory In 13 starts by
licking the Redlegi, 3-2; the Gi Giants
ants Giants beat the Cubs, 7-4, and the
Phillies anaorad the1 Cardinals

eight-game winning streaky 8-1,
In other NX. contests ..jf-:-Reserve-
catcher Carl Bawatski

drove in lour runs for Milwaukee
with two doubles and homer in
a victory that was credited to
Bob Trowbridge. Saw attki's
homer off loser Clem Lablne cli climaxed
maxed climaxed a four-run eighth Inning
rally after the Dodgers had tied
the score at 4-4 U the seventh.
B1U Bruton hit two homers for
the Braves and Oino CimoU con connected
nected connected for Brooklyn.
i The fight between Logan and
Drysdale erupted In the second

lnnlnr alter tne Mrgumjii

shortstop in the back with a
pitch. First the two players
exchanged words, then traded
punches as players from both
sides rushed out onto the field.
There was even more action m
the Yankees-White Sox game
after Larry Doby of the White
Sox had to hit the dirt in the

first inning to avoid being struck

Man) Musiai of the St, Louis Car

dinals, r who has played in 13 ma

jor league AU-atar games, leads
the National League voting jtoday
m the .first poll results announced
by Commissioner Ford C. Frick's
oifice. y

MusiaL who set a National

League record by n I a y i ng his

823rd consecutive 'game Wednes

day night, has' attracted a total
of 12,485: votes for first base in
the first tally of ballots from all

sections of the country. 1
Besides Musial, the only 1956
starters who lead in the early vot voting
ing voting for this year's, game: at St.:
Louis,; July', 9, are left fielder
Frank "Robinson and catcher Ed
Bailey", both rt of the Cincinnati

Redlegs.. Musial started lasl year's
game as a right fielder.
' The closest voting thus far is at

shortstop, where At Dark of the

by one of Art Ditmars pitches. Cardinals has polled 4,241 votes to
Doby and Ditmar swung at-each q48 n,., Rov McMillan of th

ouier and a numDer oi oiner ,Rediegs. McMillan ; won the kstart-

ngnts soon broke out. involving nsKignmpnt in 1956.

uiiiy Aiarxin, tun CKowron auu

Enos Slaughter of the Yankees

on one side ana wait Dropo ana

CLUB MEMBERS and. spectators look on as D. O. Dare, Atlantic area vice-president, -checks
the engine of his MGA. This car has proven to be a top competitor In all I.S.C,C. events.
Three MO's of this model captured the team prize at Sebrlng, Florida.

Willie Mays of the New York

Giants is runner-up to Musiarin

popularity with 11,807 votes for

Dobv of the White Sox on the i center field. 1

other. Doby, Dropo, Slaughter In the first cumulative vod. the
and Martin all wri elected from leaders at each position are: Mu-

the game, which the Yankees !sal, IB; Red Schoendienst, Giants
clinched with a three-run rally2B; Ed Mathews,- Braves, ,3B;
in the fifth. Joe Collins' pinch Dark, SS; Robinson, LF; Mays,
single drove in what proved to. CF; Hank Aaron, Braves, RF

pitcher Mfr4hei Milwaukee

be the winning run. Ditmar was

the winner and Billy Pierce the

loser. Sherman Lollar homered

for the White Sox.

The Tigers, who had lost seven

straight games to Ray Moore

dating back to 1955, scored coin

their runs off him In the sixth.
Charley Maxwell hit his 12th

homer and 3, W. Porter doubled
home the deciding run in the

same frame. Rookie John Tsitou

ris, who didn't arrive at the ball
park until the game already was
under way, gained the victory in

relief.
Urban's debut with Kansas
City was a dandy. Called up
from Denver of the American
Association last weekend, the
young righthander allowed on only
ly only five hits and struck out
four. Bod Cerv. Ham Simpson,

Hee Lopes and Joe Demaestri

homered for the A's. r
: Gene Baker's ninth inning sacrifice-
fly scored Bill Mazeroski
with Pittsburgh's winning run.
Bob Friend limited the Redless
to six hits in posting his fourth
victory and giving the' Pirates a

sweep f the four-game series.
Both of Cincinnati's uns were
the result of homers' by Don
Hoak. Ted Kluszewskl, starting
his first game of the season for

the Redlegs, had one single in
four trips.
Home .runs by Whltey Lock-

man;. Ray Jablonskl and.' Red

Bailev. C.

: The early American League bal balloting
loting balloting will be announced later in
the .day. Voting is being conduct conducted
ed conducted by various newspapers and
radio and television stations
throughout the country. Balloting

throughout the country. Balloting
for the teams closes at midnight,

June 27,

Richmond
t -S v i J"' V M f ( t $ ( I' '

Yankees

Imitating Parent

In IL 'Big Games

GB

NATIONAL LEAGUE
learns . w i. pP

Milwaukee , 30 21 .588
Philadelphia J 29 21 .580

Cincinnati, 31 23 ..574
Brooklyn ... 29. 22, .569
St, Louis ... 28 22 60

New York . 23 31 ..426

Pittsburgh.. 20 32

cnicago 14 32

' TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at New York (N)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at. Brooklyn (NX 1 1 v

Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Team .., if W L Pet., GB
Chicago .... 33 17 .660

y New York 30 22 .577 4
y,' Detroit . t 29 25 .537 6

I Cleveland

iy2 1 Boston ;
82 Baltimore

385 10 I Kansas City
304 13 & Washington

YESTERDAY S RESULTS

Milwaukee .130000 040 8 12
Brooklyn 000 003 1105 8

Trowbridge (2-0); Johnson and

Sawatski.

Drysdalee, Lehman. ; Labine

(3-2) and Campanella.. ; r

, 27 24 .529 6
, 27 27 .500 a

23,29. .442 ll
. 23 30 .434 UJi
. 19 37 .339 17 T

f TODAY'S -GAMES j5'
New York at Kansaa City (N)
Washington at Chicago (N)
Boston at Detroit (N) ..ft 1
Baltimore at Cleveland ,i
, rtj
ir VESTFBn Ave opciti te t

New York- 001 030 ooo 4 i t

Major League

leaders

Sports Briefs

GREEN BAY., Wis (UP) Fred

Cone, fullback and place kicker

for the Green Bay Packers, today

signed for bis .seventh season

with the National Football League

3

Schoendienst powered the Giants

to tneir mumpn. over tne juids.

Lockman, tid jablonskl each,
connected with one on In a five five-run
run five-run second inning that knocked

out lose Dave HUlman. Jim Da

vis -registered the victory In re
Uef. s- .,s

The Phillies, victory over the
Cardinals vaulted them Into

second place, ; a half -game back

of Milwaukee. Rookie Jack San.

ford of the Phils gave up his

first run after 20 scoreless in innings
nings innings in the third but overpow

ered the Cardinals the rest of

the way in picking up his eighth

victory.

It's time the two of you got together

you

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Bourbon

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LEADING BATTERS

(Based on 125 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club' t ab r h Pet

Hodges, Bklyn 51 194 HAi .366
Musial, St. Louis 90 205 20 73 .356
Groat, Pitts. 32 128 16 45 .352

Fondy, Pitts. 46 185 24 65 .351
Thomas, Pitts. 51201 19 68 .338

H. Smith, St. L. 38 143 18 48 436

Mays, N.Y. 53 200 39 66 .330
Aaron, Mil. 52 221 42 72 .326
Cimoli.-Bklyn 42174 31 56 .322

Robinson, Cincl. 52 218 39 70 .321

Bailey, CmcL

61 165 82 65 .321

" AMERICAN LEAGUE t

Williams, Bos. 4816738 65 .389

Mantle, N.Y.

Fox; Chicago
Cerv, K.C.
Boyd, Baltl.

Skowron, N.Y.

Wertz, eleve.
Lemon, Wash.

Simpson, -K.C.

82 17640 67 .381

51 196 35 68 Ml
4212515 43 J44
50157 30 53 438
50 194 28 62 420
50175 30 55 414

54 207 25 63 404
; 48 171 24 52 404

Marlboro Whips
Aurora To Enfer
Cage Win Column
By HERBERT MOISE

Colon's Red and White Marlboro

of the Panama Provincial Basket

ball finally broke into the win col

umn as they easily outscorea a
sprited La Aurora de Bazan team
by the overwhelming score of 78

to 82. ,.

tin their first outing both these
teams lost games but the heavily
favorite Marlboro unleased an ae

rial attack using long passes from
as early as the 13-minute time pe period
riod period of the first, half to batter the
Bissau, Merchants.! sf,'.,
"TJsinc his over 'six feet Vf height.

Roberto Smith of "Marlboro ear-'

ried the team in the early stages

BWVt ) t IIU bMMU
wonderfully. slip-

porting Smith were Ernesto Tsy Tsy-or.
or. Tsy-or. who scored 13 points: Jose

Noel, who also scored 13 points,
and 'the night's biggest point-getter,
Tito Ardines, who dropped in
15 points. Carlos Pomares with ten

completed the double figure Marl

HOME RUNS
, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves
Musial cards ...........

'Sauer, Glanu

Moon, Cards

Mays, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yanks .......... 18
Williams, Red Sox ..i.... 17
Zernial, AthleUcs 13
Slevers, Senators ........ 13

McDousald. N.Y. 47 178 30 54 .3031 bdro scorers. For the Bassan team

two uoiomtes ana cast ons oi me

Marlboro chain, Antonio Qulfiones

and Jose Molinar, were top scor

ers with 12 and 14 points respec

uveiy.

In the first five minutes of the
game both teams stayed close

with 12 and 14 points respectively,

In the first five minutes of the
game,, both teams stayed close
with only one point' separating

tnem but at the 13 minute period

(7 minutes of play). Marlboro

started tho aerial game and nev

er was in any danger of losing.

From that point on Bassan never

got not in toe second half and

score 14 more points than their

first half 32.

Soootor tf Flrit Qama

Misa Isabel Medina, snonsor of

ua coiomtes. saw the team plav

tor ui orst ume and was enthus

ed over their lopsided victory. I-

satel told the players individually
and collectively that she is hop hoping
ing hoping that they continue their win

ning ways In the games to come,

Marlboro s next came will be

against the, highly rated G alii to

team. This game will be at Ihe
National Gym on June 19. This Is

a "must" came for both- teams as

they need every victory from here

on in to qualify for the final se

ries. League officials have agreed
to play a regular straight season
then have the four top teams la a
final get-together.

Maxwell, Tigers

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Musial,'' Cards
Aaron, Braves ..
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays, Giants
(Four tied with 33 each)

AMERICAN LEA SUE

Slevers, senators

Mantle. Yanks

Wertz, Indians ...
Skowron, Yanks

Mlnoso, White Sox

Maxwell, Tigers

12

45
45

41-

35

41
40
30
37
36
35

r ITCHING

Based Jto $ Decisions)

Sanford. Phils

Shanta, Yanks
Bunnlng, Tigers
Schmidt, Cards
Jackson, Cards

W

Pet

475
457
433

400

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Along The Fairways

: r W O A Nwt

. For the regular monthly PWGA
tournament the following' line up
has been made. Panama Golf
Club, Saturday June ii. v
' Tee 1 '.' 1
t:13 K. Cafl M. Sewn i
. 8:20 P. Trim R. Lincoln
2$ K. Purdy A., French
8:30 H. Serger B. Haghea
S:35 E. Perantie E. V.neht
8:40 B. rriedmasM. Dauoa
8.45 W. Riley C. Wiley
8 50 F. Twomey P. Montanye
. I SJ V. HoUowilJ J. Alexander

. Teoll
' I 13 f Kobiasoa L. ICnulX -':2
U. Biff C. BUbop
8 2$ B. Duier P. Porter
8 30 P. Waring M. Mallory
8:3$ P. Z m K. Woodruff
8 40 B. J. Nelson T. Woodforde
H. Oweas -U MuUarley
E. Jackson
The aiencd up Est from ikt At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side wis not received
Ume for pubbeatio, Gane
be arranged for tbetm m Saturdiy
mnrnicg with ether players w&o
did iot rigs.
After th game there wi!l r
lvnchtvm lor the avardicg of t!
r-n7M of lb Uasdicap tounjartef

NEW YORK,.- June 14 (UP)
The. red-hot Richmond Vlrgl

nlans, taking a cue from the
parent New York Yankees, are
winning the "big" games in

their effort ttf. run away with the
International League pennant.
Richmond downed third-Dlace

Buffalo, 3-2, in 14 Innings last
night to increase Its lead t0 .fotif
full games over idle Toronto. Tue

loss dropped the Bisons six

games behind the leaders. In
the only other game played. Ha

vana-edged Montreal. 8-7.

sonny Dixon, pitching? in re

lief ot Bob Wiesler. was credited

with the victory, his fourth' a-

gaist two" s e t b a C k s. Fred

Hahn went the route for Buff a

lo, ?niy to get the loss when the

Virginians scored twice in the

14th Inning. Gordon Windhorn

hit' his fifth homer of the year

lor tne yees, who have now won

13 6f their last, 17 games,'

Havana; trailing ; 72 after

three dnnings,. scored flveixuns'

in the eighth and one 4b? thaJ

ninth' to set back the last-place

Royals. Orlando, Pens won m his

second game In two nights while

Roberto Vargas drew the loss.

Tne scheduled games, between

Columbus, and Rochester and
Miami and Toronto were post postponed,
poned, postponed, by-rain. -r tAi.'ryTi--:

me. standings and scores

Teams.-, .f -W L pet.

35 10
31 23
28 24

Cincinnati 001 010 000 2 6
Pittsburgh. 011 000 001-3 11

jeffcoat (5-3) and Bailey.
Friend,, (4-7) and Rand.
. X' r f
Chicago 003 000 010--4 0 0
New York 150 100 OOx 7 10 1
Hlllman (0-3), Brosnan .and
Neeman.i 'a
Burnside, Davis (1-1), Grissom
and Thomas. ,..,-'.

nicagcJ - 020 000 0103 0
Ditmar (3-1), Grim and How Howard,
ard, Howard, Johnson. : ..',
Pierce (10-3), Staley; -HowelL
LaPalme and Xollar." ,-

O.Boston

.;' ftIO fliln nl 1 'TAV'.4'!ih A

0 Cleveland ?' 100 000 0203 6 o ;

Brewer (7-5) and White,
Wynn (7-7), Agulrre,' Lemon"
and Naragon'. :, s

' Night Game)
St. Louis : 001 000 0001 0
PhUadelphia 202 400 00x 8 12

CMizell (1-4), Wehmeier, V. Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel and H. Smith.
Sanford (8-1) and Lopata. 1

Baltimore 000 000 100--1
Detroit 000 002 00x-2
Moore (2-5),, Zuverink

Trianaos. ,t
. Foytack, Gromek,t' Tsltouris
(1-0), Sleater' and House, r

5 !l
and

(Night Game) 1 i

n 'Wflfthtnertnn .fnn nni nnn.

-w u u w w yjv" a ., i. j,.

Ramos 4-5),,Hyde, Byerly. )

and Courtney.
Urban (1-0) and Smith.

Schoolboy
1 1 t 1 1

Sports

V, DIABLO GYM. OFFERS
, UXlkNSlVS SUMMtsK

f PKOCRAM -.

Richmond,
Toronto
Buffalo f
Rochester
Havana ,v.
Columbus

Miami
Montreal

448 ,':-

i;.574 1 4
.538 ;

28;20v,491r8Vi

28 30 ,483 S

.464 10

.455 10 Vi

J52 16

This year's summer program of

Diablo Oymnasium win. be .rnaue

up. of varned acuvuies lor boys
and Klris of all ages and interests.

To facilitate scheduling of activi activi-tiei
tiei activi-tiei threa see groups have been

set" r up They are the "email
fries."j sites six tnrougn nine tne-

"juniors,"' ages ten through twelve
and the "teenagers," age tweivej
through eiehteeu. The activitiesi

cuat me avauaoie ana the 1' age

crouDs eligible for participauon u

us tnem appear Deiow.

Fist Fighters Too;

26 30

25 30
10 35

Vs- (14 Innings)

Richmond r

000 000 001 000 OJ-S 10-

Buffalo ;-' "; ':,-r::

000 001 000 000 01-2 11

Wiesler. Dixon (0), James (14)

and ChlU; Hahn and Noble, A A-troth
troth A-troth (7). WP: Dixon. HR: Wind-

horn. '-. : T

Havana 8, Montreal 1

-a-

Columbus at Rochester

(Postponed, rala),-v, x

Miami at Toronto

(Postponed, ralnj.

Minor Leagues

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

San Francisco 4, Sacramento 1

Hollywood Vancouver 2

Los Angeles 5, San Diego 2
Seattle 4, Portland 1 .-

STANDINGS '"V"

Teams- V W L ..Pet

San Francisco 30 24 -.619

Vancouver .. 36 24 400

Hollywood ,. 36 27 A71
Los Angeles ...... 31 29 J17
Saa Diego .. .... 32 32 SOQ
Seattle .. .. .. 32 33 .492
Portland .. ..22. 84 .393
Sacramento 17 42. 88

Supervised play-Monday through

Thursday. 8 -0 clock ail age

groups: -;"'' ;y-
D and E League Basketball

Monday throuch Thursday 8 -10

O'clock Small Fries.

Archery -Monday through Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 9 r 10 o'clock Juniors and

Teenaeers. ;

TumDUna Monday through

Thursday .10 U o'clock all
age groups. .' ," ;; V- i'y rJ
B -and & League Basketball

Monday through Thursday 11 -H

.12 o clocx Teenagers. 4
.. Outdoor Games (Stick golf,
softbalL Belays) Monday through

Fridav .11 12 o'clock all ages,

- Children's Story Hour Mondayj

throuRh Friday l z o cioca

Small Friet and Juniors.

Indoor Games Monday through

Thursday -1 8 o'clocX-AU age
rrouDi (Dodge-balL Battle ball.

Kick-hall Crab ball. VoUeybau,

Newcombe, Badminton, Deck Ten

nis) '' 'u '.
Basketball Scrimmage Monday
throush Thursday 2 4 o'clock

floor reserved on nr come

basis.

Health Club (body buudlng) Mon

dar tnrousn Friday 1 H

rlcok Juniors and Teenagers.

In addition to tne formal aco-

rhjes listed above facilities are

available for Ping-pong Tennis,

and quiet games (Checkers, Psr-

cheeii, etc) on a lint ome ana

olsy tne winner Basis, swings.

Merry go rounds. Jungle

Gvms and Bee-Saw are set up in

the vicinity of the Gymnasium for
tbe use of toddler accompanied by

responsible adults.
Friday is contest dsy st the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Gymnasium and will feature
inter playground games and
contests in basketball, volleyball,
newcombe.-battle ball snd arche archery.
ry. archery. Tbe Diablo Summer program

New York
Richardson 2b

McDougald. as.... 5".

Mantle cf 4 t

Skowron lb 5
Bauer rf 5
Berra If ,3
Martin 3b 0
Carey 3b, 2
b-Colllns ere s 5 f
Coleman 3b r 1

Howard c ....... 2 ,0
Johnson, c 2 0
Ditmar. p 4 0
Grim p 0 0

Ab,R H.Fo A

3
2
3

i
0
0
1
0
Jr
0,
0
0,

'fl
0
0
0
,0

-0

2
0
2
0
0
0

1

5,'

0
0
0
0
0
0,
0

3-. Or,,

3.0

1 0
0,0

t Totals ; 39 4,16 27 11
:'!;-J,"Vi Chicago "

Phillips 3b, cf 4 0, 0

MifiOSO If 4

Lollar c 4
Doby cf 1
a-Phllley. lb 3

Dropo lb 0
Hatfield 3b' 4
Rivera rf ..,'.i,,.;4
Aparlclo'ss 3
Pierce, p 2

Staley p ......... 0

c-Northey 1
Howell p 0
LaPalme p ,m..,,0
d-Donovan. 1

t t

5, 00 2ll

o-o

0

0, 0
1J-1

o;o o

13, o
0 o
1.;
1 0
3 8

Q
0
0.

0

A A

0
0
0
0

o;o i

4

Totals

34 .3 1 27 U

- a Struck out for Doby Jn 1st
b Singled for Carey in 5th.
e Hit into double play for
Staley In 7th. ;...
d Popped out for LaPalme In
9th, jt-y,;1j-y-y

New York v
.i-1

' Ml 030 0004
',. 020 000 010-4

Errors': McDougald. RBI: Ri'
vera. 2, McDougald, Mantle. ;

Skowron, Collins, Lollar. 2b:

Richardson 2, McDougald 2

Mantle, Skowron. HR; Rivera,

Lollar. SB: Mantle. DP: Lollar-

Fox; Aparlclo-Phlllep 2; Skow-k,

ron-McDougaia; R 1 e h&rason-

Mcnaicald-fikowron- IlB- Kern..

York 11, Chicago 6. BB: Staley
3, Ditmar 2. SO: Pierce 2, How-.J
ell 1, Ditmar 6- HO: Pierce 11 4-,.

1-3. Staley 3 2 2-3, Howell 2 1 2-3.

La, Palme 0 1-3, Ditmar' 8-8,

Grim O-L R. and ER.: Pierce 3- '.

3, Staley 1-1, Ditmar 3-3. WP:
Ditmar (3-1), LP: (10-3). :'2

will officially get under way en
June 24 at eight o'clock. Howe-
er, starting June 17 the entire staff
of the Gym will be on band for
instruction and recreational gtfid- -.
ance to those who wish to get off
te an early start. ,

.7

; Midnight to 4:30 e-m. Friday end Saturday

Join our Informal CLUB 4:30 for the" late crowd
-.-'.'''..'".'...-.''" '--;-..''
In the air-conditioned comfort of our Balboa Bar

MUSIC BY THE
CAROL C-PiEAVES TRIO

- Mjhtup ofl'the-houe it 4 JO sua.

CAROL also play the plane re tbe rUTbee Bar
II pjsa. te X aae. Seat, Te TTed, At Therm.,

i fc ...



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In" 2nd Series $750 ; Sprint

:'s.
"frru- oi. 'm,v QtnWp's

tomorrow afternoon will attcmprto make it four
consecutive victories over Dank! Cimglio r promis promising
ing promising Irish colt Scintillation in the featured $75U seven seven-furlons
furlons seven-furlons snrint at the President emoit racetrack, ;

Four other' ihroughbreds are en entered
tered entered .in the ce However c,e c,e-spite
spite c,e-spite the present handicapping sys system
tem system (or lack of a system; m which
the racing secretary is empower empowered
ed empowered to do as he pleases, the con con-test
test con-test shape up as a virtual "match
race The other scheduled startr
er. ire Bfakemere, King, Charlie
McCarthy? and Pavinetto.
"Whether Scintillation manages to
.... ho hanriicanner. is not
helping the CinigUo colt's chances
ed .114 pounds as compared to on
t.. me no.Miihirlna deSDlte the
fact the latter has soundly trounc-i
4 the tbree-year-oia nay spriiQw
three straight times.; ,c,v -r ;"''
iir:.kS. AUiantlm Vfl7.ll
nipped Scintillation by a head. tn
six furlongs. Michiripa toted, .115
against .U lor &cinuuauon, .nw .nw-ben.
ben. .nw-ben. Vasquei rode, the latter. ,'
- rin Maw 1 Miphirim ( Alejandro
Ycaza up) trounced Scintillation by
five lengths. Micmnpa earned m
pounds, Scintillation-3 18. Cristian
Rebolledo .had We leg up on me
latterl The distance was seven fur
Innoa Tim i .'9A i-S." f
s On AprU 27, Michiripa (Alejan-

Inast Friday's columii we
publishedf & bltof infprmation
aubmitted by reliable source to
the effect that Ernesto- (Totu
Estenoz and Miguel (Mike) Tang
had sold out their interests in
the brilliant English colt Chi Chi-roke.
roke. Chi-roke. y"'. lf
We also mentioned that oly
five of the original ten share
wrote. Tang has sent usihe fol
lowing letter;.- -' ---y,, -'.;'',.
' Dear Sir; ''
In the June 1 issue of Hoof- .,
beats the nndersigned was snr snr-prised
prised snr-prised to iote your write-up on'
Chiroke in that ownership bad
now 1 dwindled to five of t the
original ten shareholders.'
.MainIr for the purpose of a-,
Toidlng the bother of answer answering
ing answering Individual queries in this
connection, the writer wishes
te put the records straight, to
tbe effect that only one of the
original ten baa sold out bis
Interest in thla animal. : ,s
Ia the future, the writer, will
be pleased to answer any and
all questions on the. activities,
of this stable. Please feel free
to call on hlra at any time f or,
whatever information be may
be able to furnish.
. Very truly yours,
i -Miguel Tang L.
Speaking of Qbiroke and, the
challenge for a match "race a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the outstanding claimant
to the track championship is issued
sued issued by the owner of Gonetlno,
track manager" Pablo A- Thayer
ays that .he will approve a
match race only on the condi condition
tion condition that the owners of the con con-testants
testants con-testants deposit their bets with
the track management.
AcmrdlDir- to reoorts owner
Alfredo Bassan and Jockey Cris
tian Reboueao nave statea mat
they will put op $1,000 each that
Gonetlno can beat Chiroke over
six furlongs Chiroke with 126
pounds, against 116 for the Luis
Famigia-tralned springer.
The race may never come off,
but It Is our opinion that Chiroke
B A. Soccer Star
To Join Italian v
In Tour Of Sweden
MILAN, Ilaly,- June 13 OJP)
Former River. Plate star fprward
Omar Sivori arrived here by plane
it latt night from Bnenos Aires
'anxious to Join the Joventus club
of Turin in their forthcoming tour
in Sweden." ....... .
Sivori was greeted by Juventus
officials, sports correspondents and
press photographers when he e e-merged
merged e-merged from an Alitalia airliner
aboard which an Argentine stow stowaway
away stowaway wis found khortly before
the plane was due te take off from
Buenos Aires.
"He was just one of my fans"
Sivori explained with an embir embir-rassed
rassed embir-rassed smile." He Jiist pretended
to come akmg to tell me goodbye
in Turin."
The player, utoxe 10,CO,0O0 (M)
pecs transfer fee am 2.000.000
M) pesos contrirt broke sll exist existing
ing existing South Americn record. sid
he was quito hr?? sV'rt Juven Juven-f
f Juven-f s mtinjement 1 ir to n n-t!'.hJ.
t!'.hJ. n-t!'.hJ. h.-n in fe U; Mca U
c''ie to vf f lour in Sweden
Jj.-. Ixcm fcere. .

holders retameo tneu lnteresis
ln-the &imUr- 2
, In rebuttal to the' Dleca : we

stretch-burnine Michiripa

Am Vm?i iiM rarert to .1ft ttlree
length Victory o With "Scintillation
(Ruben IVasquez up) winding ;
third a hanri h(h inrf Charlie Mc
Carthy. Michiripa had a weight as
signment Of 1X4 U) U IOC BCuu
lation. The distance was seven fur
linfya IHa tim 1-25 1 -5. -'.'. 1
To top all this,; Michiripa is a
four-year-old and will be official officially
ly officially 7 iun vM .iniv l. Yet the
handicapper has assigned Scintil-
lation nine pounds more than the
grey coated Argentine router. 1
Anv nf the other four' entries
could surprise, although it doesn't
seem likely. 1 -
Eight other races are Included
on the program.
Racetrack Tips
, By CONRADO
'V,. H ,'...H;Mit y'tf.'..Alt- ... ,.i",..'i.j
1 Venranza K GrlmUds
2 Contralof Chulpa
S Golden Moon Mavrita
4 Lanero Barlyon
5 Paquetito Celestial Fir
.V-iiii!to' Vedette
7 Elscal p.t r- r Dlanalicia
: YoyiU r. Frljolito
9 Scintillation Michiripa
can take Gonetlno at even five
xuriongSk y ; i ,vf. v
Merry Mason, Marcelita and
Mayrita, which were being
trained by Pedro J. Crlsopulosy
are now listed under tbe hand,
ling of Stanley Lawrence, Mer.
. ry Mason and Marcelita are
owned bv Crisonulos while Oa:
valdo Anderson owns Mayrita.'.
.; The' Stud srs tJuarari also has
a new v. trainer, ,; the veteran Ed
ward- Gittens. V : if :'
Weak-legged Happy Abode will
soon tesume racing under the
colors of the Stud Rose Hip with
Julio Jimenez, her trainer,: r..
The Stud Gloria Stella's Ris Ris-cal
cal Ris-cal and ; Yoylta also .' changed
trainers. .Alfonso .Salinas takes
over for Eduardo E. Young. A
Another :speedy offspring-; of
the classy Irish sire Keyhaven is
scheduled to bow Into local rac
ing tomorrow. She is Carmelita,
a two-year-old chestnut daugh
ter of Carmen IL ' : -Carmelita
Is an almost unant
mous choice, of the newspaper
tipsters to whip a field of native
maidens over five furlongs in her
debut. Cristian Rebolledo will
ride Haras San Miguel filly. ..
i r" By BEANS REARDOH ;
v"WHrtii for NEA Service
r t)UESTION:-On a fly to the out
field with less than two out, is a
runner on third base permitted to
siec tin the left field foul line and
obtain runnin start before
toucning the base ana neaaing ior
homo as the. catch is made?
Robert Brady.
. .Answer: No.- & -' 1
Q. Is the catcher permitted to
place himself in position in front
of the plate to block a. runner
while waiting for' the throw? Don
Noonan. 4 ;
A. Ho must not abstract the
runner while waitint for t h
throw. The banlino belongs to
the runner and the catcher U
entitle! to bo there only when
bo is fielding a ball or already
hat It in his band.
O -How wide is the edge of the
plate ftcing the pitcher? Ed
Uforge. . v -. .-
.. A. Seventeen WKhes.
Q. A pitched ball, touched the
batter's shirt as be strikes at it
What i it? Jack Hayms.-
A. A strike. x'
2 DAYS LEFT
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P.P. Horse' ; Utktf .,Sl. Commeal
1st Race 6th Seriea Imp. Fgs. Purse $406
t FIRST RACE OF. THE DOUBLE :
1 Plnlno s ; D. Cortea 110 Not against .these
2 Grlmilda R: Vasquei 118 Distance to. liking
3 Venganza A. Mena 118 Form indicate'
4 Ponton .-' S, Carvajal 108 Usually close up
5 Bosun's Mate J. Rodrl.: 115 Usually beats these
6 Single flipper F, Hldal. 113 Bad trailer recently

2nd Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs.
2ND RACE OF
B. Aguitre 113
R. Vasquei 115
A.' Vasauea HO:
1 Contralor;
2 Chulpa
3 Fudge Girl
4 Nautical Touch 05'
5 (Colmado H. Gustines-104
6V(Lulsito F. Alvarei 108
3rd Race Non-Winnera Nat. $ F.
- '' ONE
1 Angelita E. Ortega 100,
;. 2 Mayrita B. Aguirre 110
3-Cuca H. Gustines 108
4 Carmelita R. Cristian lia
6 Golden Moon Phillips 112
4th Race (Special

Imp. 6 Fgs.
QUINHXA

1 Barylon"
2 Cormorant
3 Encachada
i 4 Lanero
5 Alminar ,
6 (Klosco ;V
,7 (Amafc K
' f. Gatlca 118
F. Hidalgo 110
Castillo 118
J. Jimenei 118
A. Gonzales, 103
, D. Madrid 103i
, J. M. Bravo 105
5th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
lCelestial Fire J. Rodrl. 110
2 Empire cross a. Aguirre Aia
3 Paquetita R. Vasquei IIS
4 Tiny BroOk J. Phillips 108.
5 oro Purito D. Cortez IO81
ft Soft Note. G. Montero 109x
6tb Rce 4th Series ,lmp. Fga.
' FIRST RACE OF
1 Vedette JJtodriguea 110
2Joe's Fiddling G. fian.. 108
3 Iguazu F. Alvares 118
-oiilescence H. Gustinee 110
i 5 (Gramllla R. Vasquei 115
ft (Remozaaa o. jaonie ium

1 Dlanalicia J. M. Bravo 11 -BP1eJi!ntwl1v"t
2- Rutilante H. Rul 104 -Could go all the way
.3 Socorrito; Ortega 106 -Not good enough -4
Bluno 1 ( Vi Castillo 115 1 Blazing early peed
i-RlaeU;s..-. Phllllpi. 110 .VCouM acorn a -B
-Bacana- H. Guatinea I06-Could: be, upsetter
7-i-Te Gano ,T, i' A: Jqrdan ll2x Nothing, in montht -"
g Melrose 'O. Banchei 108 Usually disappoints
' sth iaaoe'-HN- &?i0;,:y!vW

1 Currlta J. M. Bravo 105. Brief early speed
2 Enareida E. Ortega 110 Nothing to recommend
: 3-Guarare -D.'Cortea 112 -Nothing In months
4 Pichoto "V. CastlUo 118 -Good early spee.4
ft Yoyita, "i f j. Phillips 110 Must improve to win
" 8 El pequefio A. Oonialea. 108 Fastest at getaway,
7 FUon J. Gongora 115 Lacks early speed
ft Frlj ollto ' B.- Aguirre 110 Mutuels favorite
- 9 (Que Lin do Carvajal 10: Distance to Iking ... -10
(El Profesor' HL Ruli 101 Prefers jpnnt too
: 9tb Race' 2nd Seriea Imp' t Fgs. " Zf "5I
w ' ONETWO .t tv (
1- Blakemere 'tL ttvll 108 Would pay nice odds
2- Scintlllation R. Vas. 114 -Michiripa, his msster?
3-King H. Gustines 103 Must go lower
a r xtfmm T h114n 1ML Chnuli he rln HB

5 Michiripa F. Alvarei 105
' ft Pavinetto G. Montero 105x

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THE DQUBLE
Tough fight on hands
Cn shake a leg
Serious effort, here
3-2
2-1
3-1
50-1
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L-Vay over Kij head
Disappointed in irst"
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" 50-1
' -3-2
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Parse $400
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Soundest in group
Third last week
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15-1
' 2-1
EVEN-
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15-1
15-1
Purse 40f
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5 -2
4-1
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Belmont Vague to Most,
But Tops With Breeders

liTMF BIG ON t- Arth"r
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEDiYOEK (NEA) 1 On the
surface it seems to be t well-kept
secret, this 89th running of the iBel iBel-mont
mont iBel-mont Stakes on,' June 15. 1 v.
This .has been, a. strange ana
nnntimiAil storv. The Belmont
Stakes is the third eg of thj.Triple
urown, out ny me time me
tucky terDy is iinisnea wiia neau neau-hne
hne neau-hne type and The Preakness- gets
what is left, nobody is in a mood
to make much fuss about the more
important Belmont. '
The New York' racing proprie-
tnri.have done little or. nothing
to ballyhoo it. It is treated as just
anotner aeveran race.', n receives
only nominal attention throughout
the land., Further putting it in the
hactn-otinrf uTnast years was'tne
fart that; it was sandwiched be-
tuiaen th varition season, a nea
v weight championship fight .4 and
maior league uaseoau, wnue. tim
niMinif with th United States O
pen; Oolf Championship. Only the
Open snares its newspaper pc
this- summer, howeveri for. ; the
fiaht ii not off until July 29 and
baseball attendance in New York
now. is mgligiblfi -yj 'rW$i!
DESPITI.ilTS i CROSS '.neglect
promotion wise, the Belmont
Stakes will draw, its usual 50,000
patrons .to spacious and- improved
Belmont Park with racegoers stuf stuffing,
fing, stuffing, a shocking amount, of money
through the windows.
The Belmont", brings out people
who- have considerably more in interest
terest interest in racing than the urge to
bet. To them, the Belmont at tne
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classic distance of a mile and a
half is the year's most important
three-year-old event.
-' l-'i.v-,!' ,";$;.'.
STICKOUT COLTS WAVE been
beaten in the JKentucky Derby and
Preakness. This rarely happens fn
the Belmont; which is strictly for
men. isasnua was oeaten av wnur wnur-chill
chill wnur-chill Downs,, but romped, home
.iehth lencths to the Bood in the
Belmont. It was the same for Na
tive Dancer in Louisville, but
different story: at Belmont Park.
Phalanx fluhbed the first two sides
of the Triple Crown, but the set
mnnt distance was A1S OVSter.-
Standouts win. the Belmont Sir
Barton, Man o' War, Zev, Crusad
er hius LarKstmr. uauani roA,
Twenty urana, umana, war aq-
mirsi. Johnstown, uimeiecn. wniri-
awav. Count Fleet' Assault and
Citation to name a few through
the years, j
BREEDERS,. OWNERS AND
trainera et all the answers in the
Belmont. ItY the 'final exam for
the three-yesr-oldV There is none
of this holding a tireo norse w
gether, : sneaking through or steal steal-in
in steal-in if this one. He has to be' a stayer.
At usual;5 this -year' field or
lack of it shows this. Gen. Duke,
Iron Liege; Ambehaving and 'mi 'mint
nt 'mint Blow hv' thrown s wheel at
one nlaca or another along tbe line.
It takes a big horse with tremendous-
stamina to come to the Bel
mont 'Stakes' ready to run aner
strenuous winter 'and spring cam campaigns
paigns campaigns V colts like (Bold Ruler, an another
other another swift and powerful ton of
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THE PONY LINE The Calumets,, wlio also came out of
Florida rated unbeatable, this spring, haven't been doing so well.

either. ftould It he that Qen

the like have, been hitting, the night' spots,; too? .incidentally.
we Jieai It's Andy Carey not Billy. Martin,? the" Yankees are
ferlng in trade. They need, pitching., Of course, there to al-

ways the Kansas City cousins,
mil Trucks was ft and oh.

GOLF ANONYMOUS v-i HarVi Ward competes In the Na-

tlonal Open this week neither

player who has been found guilty of accepwng troauwiorizea ex ex-penses
penses ex-penses and to serving a one-year's suspended sentence.,, All, he; 1

can win is a medal Wonder

creation? To break the monotony, we'd like, to see i Dave, Bees: ;

Jr. give his pop a quart for Father's Day. It's. a. toss up who s

the best first baseman. in baseball .today,. Stan Muslal or Oil"
Hpdges. v, r ; V
! BELMONT CLASSIC ,w Charley Dressen tells Intimates .he ;
stayed, with the Senators because' he had a tip 'they.-were,.,'
switching to Los Angeles, his home. The .tip was some months
late in reaching Dressen.! The, Senators did make-a feint in
that direction last fall but were overruled'by. American ;League
colleagues. A narrow escape from which the good people out A,
there are still shuddering. If it's any consolation to' Willie Shoe. ..
maker, the folks never forgot that p.; Washington stood up in
the boat, either.. '. WilUe's coming here ta ride Gallant Man lri .,.
the "Belmont Saturday, In what could be one of the truly great

NICE TO KNOW Yoel

more stulf this year than he ever had."- Mebbe so, but judging .'
by the way he's been pltching, he must think he can take. It""

witn nun. Micnigan state is dropping boxing as a varsity bmth -That's
where Chuck' Davev came from. Ditto. Chuck Suif ssef;1'

Britain's new trade slogan: Out of the red with the Beds., Asldtf :
to Sunny Jim: Thanks for. the' picture. Yqu donf look' a day4'
older than Bold Ruler, And you're much more handsome.

TOOTHLESS WONDER
good one in Rulershlp, a. 2 year

a count Fieer mare, a peculiarity bdoui me eon .is mat ne n .
completely toothless, V a little louder' olease. Man. in. th repi

of the hail just made a funny.-. r'What dlfierence floes it....
make, Lo ddnt run with, his teeth, anyway.", '., And Sid Cease

can't get worn. mu vencc, wno is mamng news as an mqe,
pendent fight, proriloter, is the only Yiddish-speaking Italian in

the dress-manufactuiing trade. Matzoth balls, pizza .and caui,-,i .'
flowers; There's piquant parlay for you. fl S s .j;;;-;ir

FOR HOT DOGS Chicago's Arlington Park continues o
set the nace -for race tracks, east of therRockies.- Newest Iukt."

ury. is the installation of the largest alr-condltionlng system m,t
the world, servicing 350,000 square' feet . and an equal. number

of square heads, if you listen to the Ma.Grunmei. .Farm orflr,..
clals report; a surplus of -eggs, and considering what's happen? j
Ing to so manv newTV shows, no one should be surprised... Jtf
Bold Ruler' isn't' the longest striding hprse In- racing," wh Is?
Freddie Cosgrove, mine host at the warten In Spring-Lake. N.. JV f
reporto the racing clan to gathering for Monmouth's opener, "rJ "rJ-,
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'YOlf CAN'T WIN -r At formal affair 8ocks Lanza we jtoiaitf-
lne. prefers to, be addressed as Argyles. Paul; Kricheir had given1'
a college star $1000, to Join the, Yankee organization, but at-tft'
end of his; school term the, youngster-. changed his- mind: ft ."i
decided he wanted, to become ;minIster.'Krichell. explained'
the situation Jake Runpert't; (.' "Well, paufu philosopbbed .A
the club owner,' ;"maybe the boy will spray for-us,i Accordinur
to- page-one headlines we don't have much- thoice- if iclgarettea ,t
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Calder Hall, Jay; How to Select
and use your Tape Recorder,
Mark- Men and "Monuments.
planner; A Guide to Underwater
Photortanhy. Reblkoffr-Books
that Changed the World, Downs;
City in the Sand,-Chubb: Days
of the phoenix, Brooks; Mirror
for Narcissus, FarsonJ Empire of
rear, Petrov; To See the Dream,
West; As France Goes, Schoen Schoen-brun;
brun; Schoen-brun; and Golden Interlude,
Dunbar;
Fictioa Jane, Bottome; The
Dark Stranger, Charques; O
Western Wind, Devon; Onion Onion-head,
head, Onion-head, HIU; Wife to Henry V.
Lewis; The Tangled Cord, Lock Lock-'
' Lock-' ridge; Bunny Lake Is Missing,
wnr- thln Nabokov. The Black
Obelisk, Remarque; and The Fur
: Person, Barton.
Hospital Inmate 4
Climbs Back Home
Over Corozal Fence
.Lincoln Greaves, a 24-year-old.
Inmate of Corosal Hospital return-
d last nicht of ms. own accoro
after escaping rpm the insititu
tion overnight.
' This was the second time with within
in within a month that Greaves took a
rfjv'a leave of absence; and re
turned voluntarily.
-T CreSTes. it wss learned is a
krafeis inmate ef the hoapiUl.
and not the man who ran amok
id La Boca Serviee- Center aever-4
at months sgo. He was charged
with stealing a horsey and- later.
after a mental examination,-' was
committed to Coroxal. f
- loa each ef Us two escapes
Greavee climbed over the cyclone
f ince surrounding the grounds,
a ad returned the same way.
Cureka Temple
qcnlesfToBe:
pcclded Tpnlghl
jThe last count el wotee for fbe
popularity contest sponsored by
t -e Enreka Temple No. (7 will
14 held tonight at f p m. at the
2 rench Hall us Saa KigueL,
lsdlrjf la the voting is Shirley!
'cniDjKi wan sxs. tn is iotvow-j
1 by Juliets James, 2930; Villas
'I'rpe. 2650: Vuina Comrie.)
: ,7; DeUa Bshb. 1125, and Jiu-
j l Forbes, Si55. I
i,e ..'Moment, ww am acuo

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ATTENTION, I.I Just built
.modem fumiihad apartmanta, I,
2 v badroonu. hot,- cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT.-A thraa-badreom
apartmant, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, wathtubs,
garaga,' and hot wator facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ R; S. A.
FOR KENT- Modern apart.
mants, "Edificia Deveaux," B
Street, El Cangrejo, next to Ho.
" tel Ei Panami. Sea caretaker en
premises' Miguel Hive, Phone
n 3-4844. i'l ;'
OR RENT: Spacious two-bedo
room unfurnishad apartment in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1S6l;
during office hours.. '. ., ', ..
FOR RENT: 3-bcdraom apart,
ment, 2 .bathrooms, hot water,
large dining' and living room, se separate
parate separate msid's room with bath,
garaga, unfurnished, in high cool
locality; all screened. With bal balcony,
cony, balcony, in El Cangrejo. Telephone, -office
hours, 2-0321.
J O R RENT: One bedroom
apertment, furnished. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Socond Avenue No. 39.
"Botica del Pueblo.", Phono 3
;1221. vA: .'.YX...!
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart
ment, combination living room.
dining room, maid's quarters
with bathroom, washing room,
garaga, porch, and installation
for hot water, In Federico Boyd
Avenue No. 4 .(Mirador). For
information please call Panama
3-0091, v I., ; t
FOR RENT j Modern two-bed.
room apartment with hot water,
garage, 56th Street Campo Al Al-egre).
egre). Al-egre). For Information Phono
2-24 1st or 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No,
120,. beside Roosevelt Theater
overlooking SAS Commissary. Foe
information phone 3-5024. .'
FOR RENT. 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, la r g a, comfortable, all
modern conveniences. Half black
from Hotel 1 Panama. Inquire I
Fete Halcon, Phone 3-1179.
FOR RINT-Modern one-bedt
raorn apartments, living .room
( dining room, bedroom losots
sliding door bathroom, hot water
Installation,- washtubs and clotbee
lines, screened. Building, Just
built, apposite "Colegio Javier" -en
3rd Street, Perejil, $70. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30. Tele
phana 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Modern aparrV
mants, I bedroom, living roomt
dining room, hot water heater-,
garage, on J Street, El Cangreio,
ear "Colegio La Salle," $85.
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30,
Telephone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, one bedroom, living room,'
dining room, new concrete build build-ing,
ing, build-ing, 2nd Street, Carrasquille No.
35, $65. Inquiro 8th Street No.
5-30. Telephone 2-2718. '.
FOR RENTtI -bedroom apart,
ment, living room, dining room,
furnished, screened, 44th Street
East No. 22, $75. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Famished apart apart-snent,
snent, apart-snent, one bedroom, living room,
dining room, with light, gas and
telephone. Sabanaa No. 172,
$70. Inquire 8th Street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: W lice Apart,
anants. Park's front New Crista,
bal, garage facilities. P.O. Boa
C3Q. Phone 877, Colon.
FOR RENT Array InspetteeV
furnished, one-bedroom apart. -ment.
, All conveniences. Aaco
- bee atop. Fourth ef July Avenue.
2-5526 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: Spacious. -apart-:
ment. 14tb Street, Parqae Lefe-
vre. Phone 2-4655. i; ;
MISCELANEOUS
FOR RENT: Excellent site on
Juste Aresemena Ave. No. 34 34-48,
48, 34-48, opposite Branch First Natian.
al Bank. Far information phone
3-1007, -Rieei.-
FOR RENT: Garage, Seusa
Building. 44th e Colombia, Se Sella
lla Sella Vista. Ptteae 3-0272.
2 DAYS LEFT
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IMTERNAL. DE PtmLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza e CASA.ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUKDKS FHABMACY-1R2 I Carrasquilla 1A',.i T
BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul Ave- 1 SL a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivolt No. 4 e FABMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 14 Centre! Ave

FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue

VAN-UEK-J1S 5 atnet MO. S3 a FAKMACIA U. BATURRO arqae LeleVra

Automobiles
FOR SALE. 1952 Ford wradie,
duty paid, excellent condition.
Price $690. Phone 2-3510 (Bal (Balboa).
boa). (Balboa). V
FOR SALE: 1952 Plymouth 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, excellent condition, radio,.,
heater. Call Albrook 61 84 or
Navy 3697. a
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Fairlana
2-door, wsw tires, radio,' un underrated,
derrated, underrated, 8-eyl.,' 2-tone green
$1600. Call, Cxi. 4180 duty
hours or Panama 2-4119. J
FOR SALE: ; ''48" Cadillac,
good condition, 3 good tires, new
battery, duty paid, $400. Call
Balboa 2-3181.
FOR SALE; 1951 Studebakar,
good motor,', radio, several had
rust spots $250. Balboa 6389.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
; Minx 4-dr. -sedan, $450. 83 83-7102.
7102. 83-7102. Qtrs. No. 690, Curundu
Hts. ...
"FOR "SALE: 2-door Plymouth
sedan; recent paint, less than.
35,000 miles, good tirest 'only
one owner $350. Phone 2-2802.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 2-door
sedan, 8-cyl., goad tires, new
battery, dean exterior and inte inte-rior,
rior, inte-rior, $275. 0-588-B, Ancon
Phone Bal. 2-6451. i
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4-door,
V-8, mechanical shift, five good
tires, radio, $700, down payment
$350. Phone Panama 3-2363.
Are you going in the right direc direction
tion direction for your auto repairs? Go to
' 1 6th St.. & Malendes. Garage :
Johnston guaranteed auto repairs
Phone 4 5 6-A, Colon
FOR SALE 1950 Hudson 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan.' Good running condi condition.
tion. condition. Price J 150. Phone 82-
2287 '-V :
FOR SALE: New 1957 Oldsmo.
bile Super Holiday, hydramatic,
. power steering, power brakes,
.di, whitewall tires, many other I
accessories. Call Dr.' Ralph Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, .Balboa 6432. "' i.jfvj--'-
FOR SALE -.l 050 Buick Super,
dynaflosridtrry paid, tadjo, heat-
er; neadf -faals'He trarrsmission.p
Can be 4 repaired,"; reasonably
Good shape $350. Call Cumndu t
83-4209.''' f?4-i '' f
FOR SALE: like new, 1956
Ford V-8 Fairlana sedan with ra-;
dio. Fordomatic, power steering.'''
Sacrifice; for $1700, leaving
Isthmus.? House 0957 Balboa.
Phone 22479 i,' I
' v, ''.1,.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet, -Mad.
210, wsw tires, excellent
condition.: Phona 2-3686;. 0908
Amador Rd. . .. .;." j;. .
FOR SALE: 1 948 Sfudabaker,.
$95. Geo transportation. May, a
be seen at Pedro Miguel Qtrs.'
326-L.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Late model John John-son
son John-son 30-hp. outboard, excellent
condition. Tel. Balboa 2-3325.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A,
Packers Shippera Movers
Phonos 2-2451 2.2562
Leans Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Claaoss daily
1 to. 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
' ee be) aapeMtmaat.
LIFE INSURANCE
k can
JIM KIDQE
General Aprest
Oibraitar tile Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-552
CHIROPRACTOR :
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
Eaat S4th Street 6 -acroaa
from Lnx Theatra
Hours B:0f ajn. to 12:N.
2:M p.m. to S:(f p.m.
. TeL Panama S-S272. ,;-
DAVID-BOQUETE
EXCURSION
h SUNDAY, JTXK tS
- FIDAKQUX TRATEXa --
TeL Pan. MM1
THaT
NEW,
can on
Model V
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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. 4
Miscellaneous
' CLEARANCE SALE of Costume
: J a we I ry, Homo Decorations,
f Leather Goods, Stationary, Nov Novelties
elties Novelties and many others Sorrv.
Cash only. MATMOR, No. 122
s. Central Ave., acrou from Falix
Madure,.i;5;':"i: i-lK$--? '-'
-FOR SALE f Small Jassa French
upright piano, good, condition
' and tone, $200. Phono 2-2802.
"TECHO" QUALITY Corrugated
; Galvanized Sheets 36 BG 2'x6'
Special Galvanized Finish $1.25
par Sheet, r PAN AMERICAN
; CONTRACTORS, INC. P.O. Box
4489, Phone: Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707, or La Importadora Sa Sa-lecta,
lecta, Sa-lecta, Phone 2-1483.
WE OFFER: Copper Water
Tubing 58", Type K. Tin Lead
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy,
1 lb. and 5 lb. Spools, I. lb. Bars.
Lead Caulking Wool, best for
plumbing. Lead Sheets, 18" and
364' thick. Lead Ingots, sixes:
3 lb., 25 lb., 50 lb., 100 lb.
PAN AMERICAN t CONTRAC CONTRACTORS;
TORS; CONTRACTORS; Inc., P.O. "Box 4489,
Phone Panama 3-547 1:. or 3 3-6707.1.
6707.1. 3-6707.1. J
FOR SALE: Save money. Buy
Clayce blocks, 4".x 12" a 12".
They 'are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 par thou thou-v
v thou-v sand. Clayco, tV. .Alfararia, S.A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Piano, good condi-l
. tion, Milton make. 1 0th Street
7025. Phone 929-L, Colon.
FOR SALE: 4 large chicken
coops, $25. 15th. Street No, 13,
,San Francisco. Phone 3-4396.
FOR SALE r Boy'a 26-inch bicy bicycle
cle bicycle $10; typewriter $40. Phone
Curundu 3270, C.Z.
FOR $ALE: 9-eu. ft. Frigi Frigi-daire,'
daire,' Frigi-daire,' 25-cycle; "sideboard with
mirrorr girl's bicycle with fcas fcas-ket,
ket, fcas-ket, child'e tricycle.- Balboa 2-
1782.- ,.,..j,'v .'.i..fc,-
FOR SALE) Complete mobile
amateur radio etation, Viking
transmitter, VFO, dynamotor. So-
. nar receiver, whip antenna $275.
Z006-A, Curundu, 4 -to.' 50
P.m.
iTOR SALE Konfer light blent.
800w 120v.J)Cf Bell Howell
" camera,' 8mm. two Menses. ne
condition. Call 2-3686. House
; AAA. .... .,
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Senate
Aloms-For-Peace
80-Ilaiion
WASHINGTON, June 14 (UP)
Senate ratification of the Atoms
For-Peace Treaty appeared assur
ed today. Storm autnalg came
down. '
The proposal a made by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower In 1953 already
has been agreed to by Russia. Sen Senate
ate Senate delay in ratification has put
the United States tn the position of
having Russia agree to a U.S. pro proposal
posal proposal before the United Stater. ;
But SChate Republican Leader
William F. Knowland (CaUf.), said
now the Senate may act next week
on ratification of the 80 Nation
treaty. Knowland said he does apt
anticipate "any ttifticuiues. f
. j f ?
Possible opposition led br Know-
land previously threatened ratifi ratification.
cation. ratification. However, the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign "Relations Committee dispel
led his objections yesteraay wnen
it approved the Treaty and added,
an unusual "Interpretation and un understanding,1.
derstanding,1. understanding,1. Geii. HealhLeaves;
To tommohad Base
Al Sandia; II. H.
Mai. Qen. Louia T. Beath
Chief of Staff of the Caribbean
Command departed for -the
rrnitxi state today after serv
ing In the Canal Zone for al almost
most almost two years. The General will
take command or tne neia com-i
mand of the Armed rorees

Special Weapon .Froject as, a awj a u. wuiunm
2&?JZ. To Assume Duties:
' Brig. OenTXoutiy. GlghtowerjOf Comptroller I
today became chief of ataff of' T i
the Caribbean Command auc-i r07i Badwln. general au-
ceedlng U?t"l" dltor la the office of the Comp Comp-formerlv
formerlv Comp-formerlv deputy commanding i,.r. .n r-,

general, V. S. Army Caribbean.
lor to report' to

Svt aVffirfd;
S S2SS ipSS
IX. Gen. James H. Gavin, for the comptroller -
ortenuuon on the military rt. 6tttri li leijtef the Cat!
search and development pro-,Zon thla week-end) to attend

cram. Tne neia commina n
Sandia Base is the field element;
of the Armed Forces Spemi
WeaDons Pro;ect which has 1U
lieacic.uarters ia the) Peatagoo, i

l Owe Ave. NoMl m FOTO DOMY-Justo

1 Street a FABMACIA "SAS" Via Forms ill bvhuiuim inw

Home Articles ')
FOR SALE: Intricately carved
w black Chinese ebony, living room
l suite and ether Chinese pieces.
Office hours, 2-2542. i
FOR SALE; Refrigerator. Hot Hot-point,
point, Hot-point, 60-cycle, 1 1 cubic feet,
excellent, condition, 2 years old,"
' I year of use, $250, Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-2453. v
FOR SALE: Gold encrusted
crystal glasses. Dining table, &
chairs (mahogany China closet.
Chinese rugs, Kelso Ships clock. --
Portable typewriter. Acetylene '.
torch. House 0266 Gamboe, on,
the ridge.
FOR SALE- 7-piece solid ma ma-,
, ma-, hogany upholstered living room
set. Phone 3-7063.
Girl Satisfies Urge
To Throw Something
Al Policeman
HfTiTLTT OV1PO tl. T.... 11
(UP j( AU her life, said Lucille
Douty, 28, she wanted ;. to throw
something at a a policeman.
Today she was driving ir a
sporty convertible with severel
merry-making friends) when she
saw her big chance.' There,
standing in the, street in his nat natty
ty natty uniform was patrolman Ben,
nie: Hyman. A , t r
Lucille was eatintr a ham sand
wich all gooey ; with mustard and
salad dressing and she' just could
not resist. The convertible slowed
down alongside the unsuspecting
officer. Suddenly a ham sandwich,,
a paper plate and a dirty napkin
hurtled out of the car, splattering
iiymaa on me race. ; -:
Hyman was too flustered to do
anything for a few seconds. But
when he thought about the indig indignity,
nity, indignity, he got mad. He barked into
his radio to other patrol cars to.
"oet that car" which was rapidly
disappearing down the street.
i Seventeen, blocks later, two oth other
er other policemen pulled the convert!-
pie to tne side, leucine readily ad admitted
mitted admitted to mussing the dienitv of
ofticec Hyman with- the, V mustard mustard-smeared
smeared mustard-smeared sandwich. She was book booked
ed booked on-a charge of scattering trash
and debris and later released on
$50 bond,' pending trial tomorrow.
"ircwas Jeortn v n Lucille j
snapped, "I always wanted to
threw something at a cop,"
, But Hvman was still "burning"
several hours later.
. "It was diliberate, all Tight," he
said. "I was standing in the street
talking to an ambulance1 driver
just before it .happened. I noticed
this convertible start to slow down
and pull near Then the sandwich.
baoer nlate and nankin came out
of the window pow, ngnt jn nt
Bid! For Pacific
Cycle;
' The opening; of blda for the
Pacific Area Conversion work J
smother major phase of the Ma
nama Canal Company's conver
aion srolect. haa been postpon
ed from June 28 until July 20, It
haa been announced by the En-eineerlne-
and Construction Bu
reau.' The), opening will take
place In the Administration
Building' at Balboa Heights.
Tht postponement will permit
prospective biddera to complete
their bid on this complicated
and Important project typon
completion of the Pacific Area
Conversion,' practically, au rrt
ouency sensitive domestic: com
mercial and Industrial equip equipment
ment equipment throughout tbe Canal
Zona will be operating on 60;
cycle current. N v
- In addition to thousand- of
Individual pieces of domestic
equipment auch as refrigerators,
record players., waahlns; ma-
chines and clocks, the specifica
tions lor the Pactne Area work
will also cover the conversion of
frequency sensitive equipment
in tot industrial areas, uie re
tail commissaries, service cen-J
ter, Oonraa Hospital and the
Motor Transportation Division
Oarage. . i
'
CIAVJ U D-l
j, ,d(ij0ori to hu 5(itiei
'SlSf ? KJLI
wwSirajiwuu unruin ia v

lr.gtoa, DC. next week erilhtdren; Mrs. Llle Wood and son:
Ocfrernor Potter on pending lfg-jMr. and Mrs. Robert S, Wood.
lulatlwi to Implement TaJio-s and son; and Mc aad Mrs. Mil-

provu.OLS of th treat;.

preciado 7 sireet No. li AGENClAfc

Arosemena Ave. and 33 St m r AKBiAt-i
SERVICES
PANAMA 2-4616 IS THE
i NUMBER TO CALL FOR PAST,
. EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV'
ICE. Call before 7 p.m. for same
day service. Local calls $2.50.
Also ..radio, hi-fi and general
. electronic repairs, .' :,
n:-'';''Ws'!l.;t'.;v'L. t'-t.L i
The best dinners and drinks
' ere served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata ,S de Mayo. r
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
BAHIA'S SALOON H'Bh' Club.,
' 4 Restaurant presents ovary
night except Monday) two floor
4ehows at 9:30 and I a.m. Pre- 1
sant "Ritmos Cariocas," beauti beauti-f
f beauti-f ul show with the international r
VedeHe Divar da Olivaira," Sania
v "Zuleta, Two-Gun Smokay, Tito
' Contreras, Constantino and Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Mitre. Good music for danc danc-.'
.' danc-.' ing with a Cuban group. Regular
prices with no cover charge. Ba Ba-;
; Ba-; hia's Saloon ee Balboa Avenue,
, Panama, , ,i fc C
Panama Lino
Oalllnas
-l Sj.i'-.?H:, ... n. y. ... yyt'
: .' . i4. '-
-A Urge number1 of Canal Zone
residents and their' families are
among the 148 pasaengers ached
uled to sall from Cristobal
Wednesday for New York aboard
the Panama liner Cristobal.
Included on the passenger list
are Roger .C.- Hackett, Dean of
the Canal zone junior college;
and .Mrs. Edythe C. Bruce, and
two children, ;; family tof Colonel
Charles. O. Bruce. Canal .Zone
Health Director,
Booked. for i Port-au-Prince,
Haiti,1 are Mr. and Mrs. Benlgno
seise ana ineir seven- cnuaren.
. The complete advance passen
ger llat for New York follows;
v Mrs. wAgnes S.. Allen and
daughter: Samuel C Beckley ;
Lawson, D. Beckley; Robert D.
Blackman;r Edward -Boak Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel J. Bonzoumet,
and five children;- Mr and Mr.
Fred H. Brooks; Mrs. Isa Bur
goon;, Mr. and Mrsv. Gather Tf
Brownlee and r twow children;
and two children; and Mrs.
Edythe C. Bruce and two Chil Children.'
dren.' Children.' f.,:-"V xf-- i -x-
V Mrs.. Dorothy AT Carney,.: and
two children; MLss Mercedes Cas
tro; Mrs. Kathrya Chester; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Clasulll, and daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Mr. and Mrs, James Conroy;
Miss Mildred Conroy; Joseph
Crowley; Miss Kathryn Dlgnam;
Mr. Henry H. Doudlcan; Mrs. Eu Eu-la
la Eu-la R. Drlscoll; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
A. Dube, and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Egudin, and two chil
dren: Louis J. Fattorosl; Mrs.
Betty Fears; Mr. and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Friedland;- Mr. and Mrs. Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Ferrer; and Mrs, Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude A. Guest. .' )
, ' :" 5
Roger C Hackett; Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Hare, and three
children; MLss Helen Herzberg;
Mrs Jenny .Hicks; Mrs.. Emily
Holub; Miss Doris HoJub; Mr.
and Mrs, Michel F. Howard;
Miss Diane Jacobs; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald W. Journey;- Mrs. Jean A.
Karch; Miss Laura Kelly; Mr.
Henr' Xee; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
MacKenzle. Jt and Mr- and
Mrs. Charles W. McConney and j
six cnuaren.. ,v ,
Mr. and Mrs.' Charles K. MeS MeS-serly;
serly; MeS-serly; -Dr. 'and- Mrs. Erik "W "W-Mtchelsen;
Mtchelsen; "W-Mtchelsen; Miss Frances C. Moo Moo-maw;
maw; Moo-maw; Mrs. Florence O'Neil; Rev.
and Mrtv Oscar W. Olsen, and
daughter? Miss Shirley Patter-
son; Mrs. Mary Piaia, ana
daughter; Mrs. Mary B. Ray Raymond;
mond; Raymond; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C.
Relf, and three children; Mr.
and Mrsv Frederick Robinson,
and two children Miss Elisa Elisabeth
beth Elisabeth Rowlev. and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Roy. and two children.?
Mrs. Axnes H. Schrag; Alfred
Sieburth; Michel Slmhon; Ro-
dollo T. Smiui; Mr. and Mr.
Frederick H. Smith, Jr, and two
children; Dr. and Mrs. Robert N.
Smith, and two children; F. L.
Smoot: "Robert R. Sprague; Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Q. Strauss; Mrs.
Marlon B. Taylor; Mr. and Mrs.
Wayna L. Thleme, and two chil chil-drea;
drea; chil-drea; MUa Helen Traaavage;
Mrs. JuUaa O. Vestal and two
daofhters; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
C. Whitehead ad. three chil-
ton B. ZeiB)

WArTID. Dependable', house
keeper, must be able to cookv,,
8027-C Second St., Margarita..

Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults.- Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett a n d
Dunn.
American Poet;
Receives Degree
From Cambridge U
CAMBRIDGE, England, Jvlne 'i4
(UP) American poet Robert
Frost received an honorary decree
today from -Cambridge University.
1 Frosty a four-time winner of the
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Terms GOP Bid

Ill The Dark"

fATLAUTA; Oa, June 14 (UPJ
.,nm npi n Heoubllcans iaitea

.ipouraitinEiv t o d a y- about

vU tyreauing me GOF intiuenoe m
Stue ';bomh Dut a Democratic
- liMet aaio they are just "whist-
- iu Uie uark."
mrriwi on bv an "Operation

Alixie.'' jsponsored toy the Bepub Bepub-liicun.
liicun. Bepub-liicun. Nauonal Committee. GOP

leaaers worked on an organizuis
or,ve at the precinct level to
build up registrations In hopes

oi gettiriR ai least winun uui uui-Jjns
Jjns uui-Jjns distance or the Democrats.
4 .when the registration boolcs

closed in

tiaere were

Louisiana: before the

election last laii,
1.043.275 registered

tPemoerats and 9811 Republicans.

, lied Louisiana against Democrat

f Adial Stevenson oy a comiori
, able margin,
lti: Thit Vonk lituation feint uf
I'tt complMitiM f th GOP frob-
lnn. "' v..
IV ..- nos states that went Ee-

'pu'oiican in the South didn't go
republican but went for Eisen-
hower." Georgia Democratic

'cii'Birman John Sammons Bell

fa-
vi h Reaubllcans are whist

Ujrtg in the dark if they hope to

JtmaKe mucn neaawnjr m
Southern states."
f namllle Gavel. Louisiana Dem

SoSi'atic committeeman, believes

President's popularity Is on

ttae wane." :. n?.,...v-'

' but in nvnui im nMnrai.
t'tnuimly concamtd. :
state Democratic Chairman

James MlUigan said a big influx
iofr northerners Is adding eteadl eteadl-ilyfto
ilyfto eteadl-ilyfto Republican strength in the
uunshtne State,
Florida Republican Chairman
for Harold Alexander estimated

present GOP .strength -there at
(p)0O, although Elsenhower beat
Stevenson by almost that many
vdte in Florida last November.
I dPrecinct level organization
'atrength -of the RepubUcans In
iFgttida has multiplied six times
vlnce 1950 and the GOP holds 10.
iciL office In -eight counties. The
mailonal party is. helping.: the
feamse there with money; ?.

Hi ptiitini thaw wm ciumi 'a
ni.M AlaaanJar Mii.

fr mere u jra qoum wtu is
m help we need now."
A bin registration drive la un un-dSib
dSib un-dSib way in New Orleans, center
i wf ODP. strength In Louisiana r-,-i
'lM Tennessee. OOP Chairman
OuyL Smith said hla party fwUl
have candidates far Congress
Snnlng ht six out of nine con con-ssional
ssional con-ssional districts'' next year,
Vltts candidates for governor and,
-for the Senate seat held by Dem Dem-.ocrat
.ocrat Dem-.ocrat Albert Gore, s a,

Ray Jennings, Rep u b Ilea n
chairman In North Carolina,

plans a series of precinct meet

ings and feels the GOP has a

good chance to pick up. one or
two more congressional seats in
that "fertile territory."
- Na (pacific prof ram af ratrurf ratrurf-ina
ina ratrurf-ina aaw mambars hn bean nadir

fakaa in Gaerf i, primarily bacausa
Gaarf ia votara ao nat rafittar by
parly.
v Leaders of both narties in Vir

ginia agree that despite Eisen-

fiower victories tnere in lvoi and

1956 the Republicans are still too

weak to topple tne entrencnea

Democratic organization of Sen

Harry Byrd in a state election,

i A ftepuDiican polled a per

cent of the vote in a 1953 gov

ernorship election, however, and

party leaders see a good cnance

of a two-party state.
Southern comarvatiim aad ra-
. hicUnca ta ka bound by (trict par.
ty rulat ara flanarally ragarded al
aids ta tha GOP.araaniainc driya.

Florida has a new Democratic

lovaltv jath reauirinor candi

dates to swear they voted for 90

per cent of the party's nominees

in the preceding election but.

most southern Democrats are

free to do as they please with'
out restriction.

Operation Dixie is an effort

that will have to be continued

over a Deriod of vears." TenneS'

see's Guy smitn said, "i aont

think any realist believes the

real goal will be achieved in any
short period of time." t

Little League

Boys 3, Girls 4

Seven, babies were born in Coco
Sola Hosnitsl durins the week end

ing at midnight Wednesday. Dur

ing the same period, es pauems
were, admitted and 60 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. ; '-
Babies were born to the follow

ing American citizens:, wpi. ano

Mrs. Robert campDeii, 01 voco oo oo-lito.rson;
lito.rson; oo-lito.rson; Pfc. and Mrs. Hear y
Freeman, of Coco Solito, son; Sgt
and Mrs. Louie Jackson, of Coco
Solito, daughter; Sfc. and Mrs.
Georga Brodsky, of Fort Davu,
daughter CpL and Mrs. Richard
Maloney, of Colon, daughter. ;
j Babies were born to the follow following
ing following Panamanian parents: Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Belmo, of Colon,
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Cal;
via Thompson, of Rainbow City,
torn.- ;

Stone Age

Law May Bar

GOP In South

WASHINGTON. June 14 (UP)
-Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn said today that
"stone age laws" may prevent
the GOP from running candi candidates
dates candidates In every Southern congres congressional
sional congressional district next year, r
But even If: this goal of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower cannot be a-

chleved, Alcorn predicted the
GOP -would make gains In. Dixie

next year.

Tne Que cnairman- and i. Lee

Potter, assistant to the chairman

for the congressional campaigns

in 12 Southern and border states,

discussed next year's election

nlans with Eisenhower.

xne President s nope ior ouua

lng a two-party system In the

South is to nave a GOP candi
date in each Southern congres

slonal district ,jv'

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincolnl

X2nd YEAS

PANAMA R. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1957

: ITVB CENTS

Guardian

Cites

m i

Stoicism

Girard Claims Pressure Put

On Him To Stand Trial

. "Wa are feint ta raaka a graat
af (art in that dir'aclion," Akra

id.

But. he added, full achieve

ment of .the goal might not be

possible.,;.,,. ,J r .v .,

"We have run into some stone

age laws in some states such as

Georgia wnere it is vinuauy im impossible
possible impossible to get a Republican on

tne ticket." ? t,

He said legislation mignt ne

necessary in some axcus w wy
rert t.h situation.

Alcorn said he oeueved tne

Republicans could reasonably

exDect to win 11 House seats in

the 13 Southern states next year

compared with their present y

Ha thatif ht Rapublicaa pratpacts
particulariy bright in Horlda, Taxac,
Naitk Catalina and Virainia. '

Potter; 47-year-old resident of

Arlington, Va said he beUeved

good candidate wouia ue u
secret of success In "OperaUon

Dixie." x t r .... x

.H Hid not aeem noiiucauy a'

fnrhpri h tha aeereaatlon Issue

H axn'relted tthe opinion thll

was more of a social than a poli political
tical political problem-. ...

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(PA-O Pan American World
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recognition the 'Award of

Honor -. for flying ,1U world

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tality in an air accident.

, In -making the award, the
council pointed out that Pan A A-jmerican
jmerican A-jmerican has flown 5,502,560,000
-passenger miles without a fatal

accident. .-v ,.
' The council reported also that
itm PAA System, which includes
Pm American-Grace Airways,
t&t flown more than 7,200,000, 7,200,000,-fioo
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Britons Suddenly Realize
Queen Now Very Grown Up

LONDON, June 14 (UP) -Britain
and the commonwealth cele celebrated
brated celebrated Quen Elizabeth's official
birthday yesterday with a visi visible
ble visible feeling the "young queen.

now is very grown up

was begun with a sort of military
pep rally, centered around the co

lors.

This year the Queen is a little
older and her veteran police

t 'VJ:.' -I- ihinVin. horse Winston is dead. Some of

soldiers are veterans of a

.rTm! almost !w war in Sues. A new prim.

ahock to realize she now is 31, a

tested, seasoned ruler and nappy

mother.
Kha actually turned 31 last A

pril 21. But June is the month of

lovelv weather in London, so of

ficially every ruler's birthday al

ways falls in June. r
The dav as always was marked

with the most colorful of all Brit

ish pageantry save only the cor coronation
onation coronation the Queen's birthday

oarade and the trooping of the

color.

The ritual has been the same

for centuries Queen Elizabeth,
riding a horse side-saddle ia a
colonel's uniform, reviews the

beaver-hatted troops of her" Bri Brigade
gade Brigade of Guards who then pay o o-beisance
beisance o-beisance to the flag. It stems
from the day when every battle

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minister is among tha lucky 5,000

spectators admitted for the cert'
mony,

But ia the background of most
Britons' minds was certain to be

the thought that since Um last of'
ficial oirthday Elizabeth has tru

ly corneal age.

After five years on the throne

she has ia the space of a single

year had to deal with constitu

tional problems of launching war,
settling a major cabinet crisis.

and facing determined gossip
that all was not well between her
and Prince Philip, ; '

" ' ;
Alse of deciding to aend Eng

land's next king to a school like
ordinary well-to-do 'Britons, in instead
stead instead of isolating hi en behind a
wall of palace tutors like every
previous monarch.

It was 'Sir Anthony Eden's de-

eUron 10 send British troop into

Egypt, but only -the Queen's seal

lauiflonzed It. &na had the advice
of elder statesmen la picking Ha Harold
rold Harold Ma em Ulan as Eden's succea succea-sor,
sor, succea-sor, but the ultimate choice wu

up to ner alone. ; ..

WASHINGTON. June 14 IIP

American soldier Wimam S. Gi Girard
rard Girard said In an interview in Japan
yesterday U.S. military authori authorities
ties authorities have- put pressure on, him

to stand trial in a Japanese .court

for: slaying a Japanese -woman oo

an Army firing range.
But Girard flatly denied reports
from Washington and his home
town of Ottawa, 111., that he said
his personal Army- counsel in Ja Japan
pan Japan also had argued that trial in

a Japanese court would be ari ea easy
sy easy way out. 1
" Girard, Zt, a specialist 3-c, is
accused of killing Mrs. Naka Sa Sa-kai
kai Sa-kai while : guarding av military fu--

ing range near Tokyo.' She was

struck in the back by an' empty

cartridge toed from a ; grenade

launcher on Girard s rule.

The Japanese have charged

that Girard enticed Mrs. Sakai,
who was trying to pick up empty
shells to sell for -scrap, to within

' 'n'':'1 ; ,l tNEAVTelephoto)
GI'S FIANCEE -As she talked to reporters In her home near
Tokyo, Hara "Candy'! Sueyama27, broke into sobs She had-gon.-
to visit the tomb of. Mrs. Naka Sakai, the -woman ,her
fiance, Army Specialist 3rd Class William S. Girard, is accused ;
. '--,- ol Jtllllng accldentaijy Vw.;.-SJ
Action On Foreign Aid Bill

Being Delayed By Girad Clsei

with.w "But he said ithe 'Oirard
case "raises questions'? about the
agreements.;.'-;, ,;;

WASHINGTON. 'Junei4v (UP)!

. .The chairman of the House
Foreign-Affairs; Committee said

yesterday action on' tne presi

dents foreign -aid -program,, will

be delayed, if necessary. to la-

vesugate tne uirara,case,: .-; t

Rep. Thomas a. Gordon (D-

111. made the statement aa at attorneys
torneys attorneys for William 6. Girard,
the Army specialist accused of

killing- a Japanese woman, pre

pared to submit final legal docu documents
ments documents In -a first-round battle to
snatch the GI from Japanese ju jurisdiction,
risdiction, jurisdiction, v- 7. : J fi y (

The court action Involves' a

petition to force the government

to return. tne zi-year-oia serv

iceman to he United States.

A House ioreign aiiairs sub

committee had ; been scheduled

to orjen hearings or the Girard

case yesterday but cancelled its

plans so members could paruci

firing distance and then fired the
fatal shot; Girard claimed her

death was accidental. ".

An agreement to turn Girard

oyer to a Japanese court for trial

on manslaughter "charges touched

off an international controversy

and his lawyers worked long past

midnight in Washington today in
an attempt to bring him back to
the United States for a review of

his case. ; v

Reports that Girard claimed the

Army and Mai. Stanley Levin,

his Army adviser, were putting
presure on him were made in

Washington by. a spokesman for

his' attorney, Earl Carroll, and in

Ottawa by the soldier s brother,
Louis.

"Bill Girard told his brother
, he had been advised by his Ar Army
my Army appointed advisor Major Le Levin
vin Levin that he should go before a
Japanese court bacausa if he
didn't he would gat a Vary stiff
sentence from the United States
under an Army court-martial,".
John Griffin, Carroll' ; spokes-'
man, aid in Washington.? fl
Louis Girard said he talked to

his- brother- by telephone Wednes

day and that the soldier distinctly

answered "yes", to a question a
bout whether Levin was attempt'

uig to persuade: him to face

Japanese court.

Furthermore, Louis Girard said,
he made a tape recording of the

transpacific telephone : conversa

tion to prove the statements.

But Girard later told the Unit

ed Press in Japan that Levin had

not tried to lure -him into a Japa
nese Court. 1 1 ''

"Major Levin has "been a good

friend to me and I can't think of

anyone else-who could do a better

job or take his place,' Girard told
a U.P; reporter.
Levin: also denied he trieJ to put

pressure on uu-ard. : .

Ike 'Completely ?
Recovered'
White House Says
' WASHINGTON June 14'fUPi-

President Eisenhower has ."com

pletely recovered" from his week

end stomach upset, .White .. House

iress Secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty said yesterday.

Haeertv 'said the Preiirlonj's

physician. Dr, Howard M. C. Snv.

aer, had authorized him to stata
that Eisenhower is "completely

xecoverea ramer man "almost
recovered." i

' -
A White House medicaf bulltTn

used the latter term earlier .this
week. v .

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4. .!;'!'

Konrad Adenauer
Arrives In Vienna

For 3-Day Visit

VIENNA. June 14 .fUPViChan-

cellor Konrad Adenauer. 82. ar

rived here for a three-day state
visit today, wearing a strio of ad

hesive tape on his forehead.) V J

A member, of Adenauer's staff
said he had struck his head on

projection inside the Diane, but

the cut was ."nothing to worry

about." i .U',... .i-,.",.tJ,-:v

He was met at the .airport bv

Austrian Chance'lor Julius Bxab

who visited West Germany last lead foreman.

Former Ionian

Philip P. Miller ;
Dies Agedl48 v

News of the death 'of Philin P

Miller, former Canal employe,
June 1 in Rosedale. Lone Tsianrf

has been received by friends on

me istnmus. e was 48 years old.
A native of Brooklyn New Vort

Mr. Miller was employed by' the
Canal in 1942 as a tug and tender
operator in the Dredaihe Division.

He- left the Isthmus in 1946 but
was re -employed in J950 as a tow tow-boat
boat tow-boat master in the Marine Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. In December, 1951, he -re

signed ana returned to the United

tates. t (
Surviving him are his wife Mr

Catherine Miller and a tbree-year-

oiu json, xiarry. x t 1
Panama tiii Co.
Hai !49 Vccanciej

S J t A 1

Manchester Guardian today quotj

cu aa au BAainpie ot -" Stoicism"
the following unsigned letter, os

tensiDiy irom a onckiayer in the
Barbados to his contracting firm-
"Respected Sirv when J' got tc

ine uunuing, i iouna tnat the hur

ricane hid knocked some bricks

on tne top. so I rigged up r. beam!
with a (irulley at the- top of the'
building and hoisted np a coupV
of barrels' full of bricka When I
had fixed the building-there was

a lot ox Dricks lett over. I
- 4 .1
. I hoisted the barrel ;back up'
again nd secured the line at the
bottom, and then went up and fill I
ed ,the barrell with extra bricks
Phew I went, to the bottom and
cast off the line. r v, ; I
'Unfortunately, the barrel o
bricks was heavier than 1 was and
before. I knew what was tiannpninc

the barrel ,, started down, ierkinc

me Off the ground. I decided tc
hang on and halfway up I met the
barrel coming- down and, received
a severe blow, on the,, shoulder.

1

year.

Forty nine positions. 18 of them

for towing locomotive operators to

work during me coming locks ov
erhaul. are now open with the Ca

nal organization, according to the

regular Personnel Bureau transfer

vacancy bulletin. "t :j .,

Also listed are -ODenines for two

policemen, two locks security pa patrolmen,'
trolmen,' patrolmen,' fot twd .firefighters, and
c it : i i i

iuui -iusiiu wiuouw cicms.
J Other types of emolovment list

ed on the weekly bulletin include

administrative assistant, automa

tic telephone communication e-

quipment maintainer, blacksmith,

boilermaker, clerk. stenographer.

e'erk typist, engineer, dipper or
pipeline suction dredge engineer,
general engineer, locomotive ma machinist,
chinist, machinist, marine inspection assistant,
motorboat maintenance mechanic,
nurse; plumber, pumping plant o-

perator, quarters maintenance

secretary, signal

"I then '-continued to the ton

banging- my bead a g a i n s t the

Deam and getting my finger Jam-ii
med in the pulley. When the barrel

hit the ground it bursted its bnt-l

torn, allowing all the bricks to spill

out. ',-.

"1 was now heavier than the bar-

rel and so started down; aeain at

high speed.-Halfway down. I met

the barrel coming up and received
severe injuries to mp shins. When,
I hit the ground I landed on the
bricks,- getting several painful
cuts irom the sharp edges;.; .:v"vi
!'At this point I-must have lost
my presence of mind, because I
let go the line. The barret then
came down giving me another

heavy nlow on the head and put putting
ting putting me in the hospital, i
"I respectfully Request -sick
leave." I

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24 hours 'ending I 'a.m. 'today,
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ate In debate on tbe civil rights

Jill-.

the &bT a reaiiadeT
tlag U louov.

Gordon said he"ias no Inten Intention
tion Intention ol drorjDlna the Girard In

vestigation,, however,' even If It
means delaying the committee's
consideration of -the President's
foreign aid program.
- "We've decided to fto on
through with thia," be told a reporter.-
. .- ,-
. -iV i
Gordon added, however, that
the committee had no lnteti lnteti-Uon"
Uon" lnteti-Uon" of deUberateiy delaying
paaaaire of foreign aid iegisia-

Uon. He aald 1U only aim was to
conduct a full Investigation of

tha decision to turn Girard over
to Japanese courts for trial.
Rep. Omar Burleson (D-Tex,).

chairman of the subcommittee

investigating the Girard case

and atreements. aald be favors

a resolution urging the President

to cancel the acreemenu. But
he said the acuon ahould be
taken separately and not aa an

amendment to the aid -measure.

Meantime, Sen. Albert Gore

fD-Tmal accused the Defense

Department of a "blunder" In
the Girard cue frhich "casta se serious
rious serious doubt generally on the
hate treaty under which status

atirriag incpirer ef of forces trtr menta are ttsatfe.
a or h?ad aad am u, tnd the Pnate he tnnnort.

i wnea coitio circulated ec a

"rift" with her husband, sbe cave

her personal answer ia tha smile-

filled happiness of Portuguese

second kooeymeoa and aa imme

diate, decree aamtBg Philip

prince or ue realm.

These -exercises of wisdom
and age added sentiment to

the excitement of aa expected
quarter-mil lion Britons Jamming

vl. James Fart for Just a glimpse
of her yesterday.
Toe 'trooping the color" cus custom
tom custom atarted when, the soldiers'
day began with pageantry be because
cause because be wss asuaily huig-ever
and seeded pepping up. Se tradt tradt-tioa
tioa tradt-tioa gees,
It was later adapted to war. In
the early miuketry af tva centw centw-ries
ries centw-ries are the flag was always Ue
raHrinf point in attack. ToUow ToUow-the
the ToUow-the Cag was the erder ef b a t t-tle.
tle. t-tle. So before each battle the sv

rut's flag waa paraded aaeeg ha

seioiers a
patriotttia

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