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Reel Chinese Charge
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the U.S. Navy cent a plane over Red China last Wednesday as
"a deliberate and provocative action.", It said the American ex explanation
planation explanation that the plane was off course "cannot be substantiated
by facts." 1 ' '
The plane was shot at and damaged by Red Chinese anti-
The Communist Chinese De
' fense Ministry rejected the U.S.
Navy explanation that the inciY
dent "'occurred in hazy weather
.- and it appears the alrcraft con-
Its plotted position, being' about
eight miles off the coast when it
T was fired on,",
- Radio Peiping voiced the De-
' fense Ministry charges in a Chi Chinese
nese Chinese laneuaee broadcast beamed
to japan. K
. H".The plane was not flying a-
i lone-, but in the ; company or
flight of .Nationalist Chinese
planes. Contrary to the UJS. Na-
: nvnlanaf (nn this ohowc that
"the plane was engaged in a de
liberate and provocative action
.. I a. 1 t ;
against uommuniss uiuua, wie
" "The plane was from 40 to SO
kilometers ; (25-30 -miles) inland
when" it was mt. ine piano en entered
tered entered Chenphai in a westward
' !;;(' fi"d went as -far as
."it v.ti, ,. i ih? VI ..in.se artil artil-lprv.
lprv. artil-lprv. tan the S. st l say the
in t.-s .open
. seas?' :
, The defense ministry added:
' According to, the Chinese
Pop Of Record Baby
It Pollceman.Wimam't Affel Affel-trangeris
trangeris Affel-trangeris bursting a few buttons
on his Jacket today it's Just fa fatherly
therly fatherly pride. t -'
Yesterday his wife presented
him with a fourth child, second
son, which is reason enough to
be rejoicing. .
. But it seems that the baby.
; named Eric, hit something of. a
record at Oorras HospltaL
He welthed In at 12 pounds
six and Qne-ha3f ouncesv which
according to attending physician
Dr. Teodoro Arias,. is "Quite a
. Affeltranser, ,who Is assigned
to the Balboa-Police Station,
. said today he was preparing the
boxing gloves, v; ... ?.
Are Unloaded ;
From Mayflower II
PLYMOUTH, June IS
(ITP The "Mayflower the Sec Second"
ond" Second" Is unloading its cargo at
Plymouth, Massachusetts. :
. The cargo consists of 92 tress
thing from snuff boxes to ani
mal feed Jor President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's farm. And they weigh
up to 500 pounds each.
to American department stores
such items as safety pins, toilet
soups ana leainer fooos.
AsS Million Kids Head Fo r
KrW YORK. June 15 (UP)
This is the time of the year the
children head for the hills and;
the- weecy parents for the hand-i
kerthlela. - I
Tne end of arfwJ aim a IS the
; rtfcr cf th caTiDtn tea-)
ton, and r the July Fourth hol-j
;. an esumsrea a million
your.Rf.ers from ta H wi:i be'
ovminr.-,g 14. camat of all
s:?'s ana cecnpt:ons, bola pn pn-v;
v; pn-v; ard rn;bc.
It Uke tii.0C staff per
sonnel ta (Jj-ect ail this youthful:
er"-cy into Ce rrtjper channels J
It .8'.:::rsi look at- the
fr: r r coms trom'
V t t t-.rz'T. a practKirt
' rsrrp wrr
' ' v -r cf Tre
it .-ate Caxpt
nmnnnlct r!hlna harri1 tndav
Wenther" Bureau the .weather
over the. Swatow area, on that
day was clear and, there was no
fog. The pilot was flying at an
alititudiT of about .1.00(1 meters
(3,333 feet) and to say ha could
not estimate nis position at tnis
height In clear 1 weather' 1 not
common jense,? f ;, 'p 'V :i.
--.The :commander of the Red
Chinese Air, Force issued an or order
der order today commending the ar artillerymen
tillerymen artillerymen who damaged the
American plane and shot- down
two Nationalist cninese pianes.
Th order directed the com
manders of the units Involved to
"reward ; those wno contributea
to the success, of the Operation."
Ilislory Will Show
Y askinGTON.' June 15 CUP)
prslflpnt "Klsenhoweri' today
expressed "personar and official
gratltude'Vio secretary of State
John Foster Dulles on the 50th
anniversary of Dulles' Service in
Foreign Affairs. l. : J ?fc.-;j.
,In a "Dear Foster" leiier re re-ibo.ah
ibo.ah re-ibo.ah hv thm whit House, the
president said his appreciation
of Dulles' "extraordinary aDiuiyy
In the field, of International- re
lations has constantly grown
Iatlons has constanuy grown
since Dulles became Secretary t
. -..mm. i.
State In 1953
Wtaefihowep.V" nredicted i tha
Dulles will go down In history as
"one of tne greatest px our sec secretaries
retaries secretaries of state." v?4
-.- h niii nullM- abllltv- must
have been recognized at the very
start of bis career 50 yeart ago
whrn at the aire of 19. he served
as secretary on the Chinese del
egation to the second, peace con conference
ference conference at'the Hague.
rKident Eisenhower kaid
Dulles has gone on since that
first assignment to "ever la-
rMDonsibilltT in the
field of public service to which
you nave oeaicaietrt ywiwu.
He aald Dulles nas -estaousneo
a reputation for meeting every
new assignment ana cnaucugc
with wisdom, Imagination, ana
vigor." t-.iJ V-'-.-r.'i-
Russian-Born Wife j
Of Turncoat Hopes
To Join Him In U:
HONO KONO, June 15, (UP)
The Russian-born wife of an
American turncoat crossed the
Red border this morning Into
Hong Kong. Mrs, Tanya -Hawkins
hopes to get a Americas
visa and Join her husband., who
left Red China last February and
returned to America,
Alexander, who has been In
camp work for SO years, said it Is
only natural for a parent to shed
a few tears when Johnny heads
for carr.p. "But sometimes," he
added, "you'd think it was a per
-Alexander believes the Camp Camping
ing Camping benefits parents almost as
much as the children. It gives
each a vacation from the other,
he said. The parents have a
chance to "re-evaluate," the
child a chance to "develop se security,
curity, security, to quit treating the par parent
ent parent as a crotch."
"Mort cMidrea are hsprv at
rurrp," satd Alexander. That's
r.j prer often are tartd
hen cn their first vtr.t they
rr-i th r,:;d so tny with er er-t
t er-t r-.;: t.e tkt L'.Ue Ur.e izr
WASHINGTON. June" 15 f UP J
The United States is considering
the possibility : oi j working out a
quick agreement with Russia that
would halt an atomic w e a p o n s
tests for a year or so on a trial
While rnisinff snm onpstiong. of
ficials did not reject the ban on
nuclear tests proposea oy nussia
today t the London disarmament
talks. Moscow suggested that ob observers
servers observers be placed in both Russia
and the United States to ensure en enforcement.
forcement. enforcement. The nrorvnssl was nlaced before
! the five-nation United Nations Dis
armament subcommittee., ny val valerian
erian valerian Zorih, the chief Soviet dele-
t Th nlin haii hfeti laM h-
fore Harold E." Stassen,' President
Eisenhower's Representative, Be Before
fore Before he returned from London.
' Official said they still want te
see all the details of the. Soviet
; They also emphasized that A-
miHfan nnlirv on how and when
to Suspend atomic, tests ittlll be being
ing being discussed with ,this nations
North Atlantic Treaty allies.
In addition, American policy
still links other nuclear problems
witn any initial suspension ox nu nuclear
clear nuclear testa.-, '-"i 'i'.-i 1 t
tuaL outright ban on weapons tests
l j -i t : ..... r ..j
mnvei 1o rtivprt. reduction of fis-
aiuiuoic .1- aienals from - war to
peaceful u rs. . f
"V ','. f ''': .. ..' V...
Stilt, tn Mia ttilnLlrui mJt Am
ficials, thee polieiaa did net en-!
pear. Te; DiecKteme aino er
greemeiif calling for aj, trial syv
pension ef weepene ttt. ..l'
Sucli an agreement could comfe
in advance of a broader "First
step' move toward disarmament.
Until j--n(lv h TInitrf Rirntrn
had. been thinking of agreeing to
temporary, suspension oi tests on only
ly only as part of a; plan ; to set up
iy as part of aj plan ; w set
alr-round inspection zones with
i Amnnvins' 1A 4m 1 C ma ji
accompanying 10, to 15 per cent
"mall alii' In Mtnvantlnna!
arms, i-v.-jf. .:';,' v-.i .
To Oust llasser
mWT Jim IS TTP 'An
Egyptian newspaper has accused
Secretary of State Dulles of a
cloak and dagger plot against
Vrwa1l4.nt. Huif.'...- ;
. The official government news
paper in Cairo ciaimea Lwiies is
trying to topple Nasser by bor bor-in
in bor-in frnm within Aerordlnr to
the editorial, the first step is to
isolate Egypt irom tne otner Ar
ab sutes. .ana men muncn
what it called "an attack from
the Inside.", v
. In Jordan. King Saud of Saudi
Arabia ended a six-day visit that
rannrterilv has fiven EfTVOt CSUIt
to worry about Its position in the
Saud is said to be trying to
miah rnmt Into the backarounCI
,..and reportedly gave his sup support
port support to a series of moves to line
up Jordan and Lebanon against
Tn the Gaza Rtrln. a UJf. DS
troi shot and killed an Arab
crossing from Israel. A UJf
tnnknmin aald the natrol fired
three warn tne shots.,, and then
shot to kilt : ;
He conceded that some chil children
dren children do not "take" to camping
epe",'l to the long two two-month
month two-month ti.'Od with only a couple
of parental visits. He suggested
in such cases the parent let the
child try -camping by stages
stay three weeks one summer
four the next.
-Don't cram It down his
thoat,,, said Alexander.
"To the mother worried about
placing her child in the hands
of stranrrert" for the summer, I
would say they are not strang strangers.
ers. strangers. They are substitute parents.
Seventy per cent of all camp
personnel today is recruited
from the rants of coliece stu stu-rnts.
rnts. stu-rnts. teachers, and principals.
Arri all csrrps are Under resu resu-'.ation
'.ation resu-'.ation br u;e healta aid labor
Ce par tine at."
NO COMMUNISTS THEY President Ernesto de la Guardian
Jr., speaking yesterday from.Taboga Islandjtold radio listen listener
er listener that r.harues his administration is pro-communists are a
"delirious assertion." Beside him
; tv HiHntml aaanmhlv Tun
y AT TABOGA YESTERDAr- After President Ernesto.de lav.,
Guardia, Jr., (right) had lashed out over the radio y ester ;,
day at bis detractors, he and bis well-wishers donned swim-,
suits' for a'dlp at La Restinga. 'In front, with "Ernestito," la
' Col. Bolivar Vallarino, Commandant of the Panami National
Guard." Behind them, left' tonight,' are Genare Gomes. Whoi
cuts' the President's hair, and Ramon Paredes, Acting Mln-,.
lster of Publlo Work. h u
- i rt . t
- : : V: ....... lAr.'w-TA''.. ". Ar "A"
De La Guartdia Takes
...,V ' '.".
Issue With Opposition
Sneakln from Tabotra Island)
vesterdav. on a nationwide ra-
diO hookup, rresiaeni emeaio ae
la Guardia, Jr.; locxea norns
with those who have launched
attacks on his administration.
The attacks in question have
soueht to label his government
Has pro-Communist. 1 -'
The President saia iiawy mat
these allegations are a deterrent
to the chances for enactment by
the U A Congress of legislation
submitted to It under the pro
visions of the 1955 Panama
United SUtes Treaty. He flatly
branded them as untrue. ..'
Mr. de la Guardia spoke at a
beach outing organized in tils
honor by deputies of the Nation
al Assembly who have remain i
faithful to the National Coali Coalition
tion Coalition (PCN) which elected both
them and the President This
group has a two-thirds majority
in the Panama National Assem Assembly.
bly. Assembly. Other prominent Coalition Coalitionists
ists Coalitionists were alio on the outing, f
(Another group of former COM
ailuonisis louowea vce-rrra-
ri.n T.mi.tnria m twn veeka'to Diocenes de la Rosa, a for
. -hn h. tmH from thelmr SociaUst who came into the
Coalition and launched a Na National
tional National Liberation Movement).
While the President mention mentioned
ed mentioned nobody fcy name yesterday In
his verbal casUgaUon of those,
wno nave teen charging nis re-1 Communist and that he ever be be-gime
gime be-gime w:th pro-Communist lean-j joneed to Panama's Communlr
ines, it was conceded his words narty. tie outlawed FarUdo del
sere d-rected toward Dlax. Tbe,pueb,a
Is Manuel Arias,: president Of
nnnnrterii look and: listen..
a- - . .r-
latter Baa attacked the Presl
dent In the press, on the radio
i ana at puouc meemigs, one i
wmcn was neia last nignt in we
Chorrillo section of Panama CI
'Political observers la Pana Panama
ma Panama rioted particularly. yester yester-'
' yester-' day that the Commandant of
the National Guard, CoL BoU BoU-var
var BoU-var Vallarine, was among
those whe made the trip to
Taboga to fete the Chief Exec Executive.
utive. Executive. "The President, who" headed
Panama's largest domestically
operated Industry before his e-
lection. minced no words tn call
ing the charge that-his admin
istration Is pro-Communist a
delirious assertion., --
The President said ha would
be very naive not to become a-
ware If anyone In his govern
ment started favorlns: the de de-sims
sims de-sims of Soviet ImperiaUsrm
The charges launched by the
opposition tnat "communists
come and tro at the Presldencls
are eene rally conceded to refer
Coalition camp. He Is among the
J la Rosa's friends call him
"a man of liberal views, a Roos
evelt Democrat, If you -will.
Thfy 6fnr thlt r la Rosa Is a
OF :P AN AM A
THE LOCAL liauof Industry
today Claimed that dealers art
owing them approximately: $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 and explained that they
have no alternative but to. r in increase
crease increase prices because of produc
tion costs. f 4 -.,,
' "" ''4 1
However, an attempt is being
made to find a solution at
meetings between industry rep representatives
resentatives representatives and bar owners.. ,. :v
ti, v r
THE ENTIRE Municipal Coun Council
cil Council of Chepigana has been fired
by the Governor of the Province
of Darlen, It was reported today.
The irovernor- Issued an order
dismissing both the councumen
and their alternates because they
have failed to meet for' several
weeks. The governor's action is
retarded as unconstitutional in
asmuch as the councllmen were
elected to office by popular vote
and can only be removed by im
THE TABLOID dallies El Dia
and La Hora have Issued an in
vitation to '. U-S.' Rep. Charles
porter to visit Panama, as its
guest with all expenses paid by
the two paper.: v v
. ik.''.:i....'...;.f..w..,.": f,.r-,'r-.
Porter la nresently ,ln Costa
Bica. The two papers expressed
the hoD ; that otner papers
would support the move to have
porter s-lve his view here on
the dictatorship of. aeBu .LeOni .LeOni-das
das .LeOni-das Trujllio of Santo jDomlngo.
icc.it: I. Jtirt
Craities la uiissiaf
MOSCOW. June "15 (UP) ir A
Pniiab airliner with 13 nerions a
boards Including five A m e r i c an
touriafs, crashed in a wooded area
on the' ouUkirts, of Moscow last
nisht during a -violent thunder-
storm;. -V i
No. official report was available
here on the number of casualties,
but a U.S. Embassy spokesman
said three of the American pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, -Including a 14-year' old
girl,; were known to have survived
and are now in Russian hospi
tals. TWO other Americans were
listed s "raising," the spokes
man said. (' :.--
. .,s ' -V
-The plane, a' twin engine Ily Ily-shin
shin Ily-shin 14 of the Polish Lot Airlines
wss enroute frbra Warssw to Mos
cow when it crashed shortly after
1T00 GMT about four miles from
the SovieC capiuL r
Airline eflcials in Warsaw said
that nine persons, including two A A-mericans,
mericans, A-mericans, were killed in the crash.
The four survivors reportedly in included
cluded included three Americans and the
Polish airline stewardess. The
dead, in : addition to the two A
mericansi included two Russian
passengers, a Polish passenfer,
and four Polish erewmembers, ac according
cording according to information in Warsaw,
Italian Senator 7
Agrees to Attempt
To Form Cabinet-
nnMT iu is UP Presi
dent Giovanni Gronchi today ask asked
ed asked Senate President Cesare Mer
jzagora, M, to explore the chances
of forming a eaoinei 10 ena naiy s
40-day-o)d crisis. : S
Merxsgora agreed to eary out
the "exploration" mission to sound
out the possibility a coauiion
government, but told Cronchi that
he did not want to be appointed
Poles OYercome ;
WARSAW, J n n e 15 (UP)
crowds of Polish music lovers
were overcome by the Cleveland
Symphony Orchestra's final con
cert In Warsaw today.
They streamed out of the con concert
cert concert hall with tears In their eyes
Some muttered the word "fan-1
tanic" amor.r themselves.
Conductor Oeone 8m I told
the United Press there were no
words to express the Polish re
- As he put It "None of ns have
ever had such an experience...
. ' a mm ui w a ncm auau
,. Jt v t r -, ,4 t , i- 'j u-
" v. r, ass f ( m ' 'i i.
A cry to abandon ship awakened a dazert passengers
ort'tht Svdney Star, early this morning when the J 1,000 1,000-ton
ton 1,000-ton freighter was rammed by the Agioi Yictores just out
side the Cristobal breakwater
i ;VF iDqmage to-( the Sydney Stai1, rammed on the star-
board side of the No. Z hold which stored 1200 tons of
refrigerated beef, was, reported, to be heavy,, with some
of the meat olreadyiiMer water and spoiled
Thirteen feet or the bow of the Liberian ship, Agio!
Yictores,; was pushed back in the collision. She is now tied
up at Dock 16 in Cristobal. ,7 7 -t
' V ,.;The Sydney Star was towed into Cristobal by tug'and
is now anchored at Pier 6. There were no Panam6 Canal
pilots aboard either yessel when the accident occurred
at -2:10 a.m. .w;,,--r
The dozen passengers, several
of them old people, and two
young children, were put aboard
a -Panama canal launcn ana
riven refus-e at Hotel washing-
ton: ..They arrived at the hotel
exactly one hour and 20. minutes
IJt The most serious Immediate
problem facing payne ana
. Wardlaw, local agents for th
Blue Star Line ship Sydney
Star, Is how to preserve the
cargo of froxen ; beef which
has been without refrigeration
sine early. this morning. :.
1 -- ; v- ': :'1t;- -V .v' ,'
Surveyors of the Panama Co.
as well as other officials are now
on. the pier estimating the ex
tent of the damage to the ves
sels. Some of the meat In the NO.
I hold, which was rammed in by
the Agioi Victorea- is already
under water and beginning to
anoil. it was renorted.
The 7.176-ton Victores also
suffered extensive damage to the
foreoeak tank which carries the
shlp'a supply of water. This was
completely smasnea. une uoe
rlan-flag ship, which measures
441-feet in lengtn is carrying a
cargo of c000 tons of coal bound
for Japan from Norfolk. The an anchor
chor anchor war also reported to be
This liberty-type vessel is
owned bv the Victores Shipping
Company of Monrovia,'- Liberia,
and lists a crew or 33. w
. The Sydney Star carried 72
crewmen and was bound to the
United Kingdom from New Zea Zealand.
land. Zealand. ' ': i '
- 0e of the 17 passengers at
the Hotel Washington today la
72-year-old Mrs. Mary McKenzie
who la bound foe a visit to her
homeland of Scotland after an
absence of 32 years.
Speaking In a thick brogue,
the elderly lady aald that she
waa awakened by a tremendous;
crash that sounded, like theiHumpnries, traveiung wiin iw
clanging of Iron plates against youngsters, aged two and five., -oh.tm
Than ah heard "a The Dassenrers all arrived at
running; of feef'on the bridge,.
ana a moment iavr came uic
order to fasten life belU ad re-
. "I're always been scare a ei
gvJng lau lifeboats," she aald
Girard Now Denies Army
Pressed For Jap Trial
m a omrr.TftV Jum IS f LTU
Army specialist William Girard
has backed down oa his cnarge
that the Army put pressure on him
ta stand trial in a Japanese court.
Tke 21-year-old soldier's brother
said Wednesday Girard told him
in a' trans-Pseific telephone call
that military oficiali tried to force
him to rve up ais cgni 10 dc utj
bv a U.S. Militarr Court for a
rifle range slaying ef a Japanese
wosaaa. . r e
' sin a nw vonferenre In To
kyo today, Girard repudiated the
rr. r n tVU aravt rVnhy1V ta
the Army has been pushing me a a-munH
munH a-munH .what I neant by pre-
k MH.mni ttaf hifi
,suiv v u svrvuiv.v,.. -
.been put on me movies and priv
today, "so It was- a wonderful
sight to tee the launch coma
; alongside of os."
Mrs. McKenzie said their, ship
was listing,, so. badly; that the
funnel., was at a strange angle,
r, "That really- gave you a
SightA she' recalled: v Since the
passengers had ..been 'v through
emergency drills before on. the
voyage, she pointed out that ev everyone
eryone everyone knew Just wher to go,.,
Mrs.' McKenzie said that the
nightgown khe was Wearing
when the order to report on deck
came, kept tripping her up, '.so
she quickly shed It in place of- a
petticoat and dressing gown
Which she was still wearing to today
day today at the hotel.. Her daughter,
Mary, went back to the ship, -as
did many of the other passen
gert to pick up their clothes. Tht
daughter, she said,' got on tht
launch in a nightgown and
"We were badly shaken -up,
and truth to tell, I waa nervous,"
she remarked today, i but the
said she knew they weren't too
far from shore and the sight of
the launch made her feel qulte
Another elderly passenger,
Mrs: Margaret Chaplin,' also of
Aukland, said the crash Jolted
the whole ship. Because the-ves-sel
was listing so badly she
said, ft was difficult for Jbera
to launch a lifeboat. Mrs.-Chaplin,
who Is 85 years old said she
wasn't "too frightened," because
her husband, Harrjr' 69)""waa
with her. They are en route vto
visit family and friends Ufng.
land.' ' 'a
' Mrs. Chaplin and Mrs. MCKea MCKea-zle
zle MCKea-zle were the only two of the- doz doz-en
en doz-en passengers left at the hotel
this morning. The other ten had
returned to the ship to pick up
Amone the others Is a Mrs.
the hotel at :30 a.nL, sat sip-
and then went to sleep.
said Mra. Chanllar "Except
ior your ciiurtii wauj
np we had a very sound sleep.1
ste residences are the' only placet
I have been able to visit. t l
. Attorneys for Girsrd-hsvt se se-cused
cused se-cused the Administration of a Sor
iet type "grab for power" in tun.
ing the soldier over to a Japanese
Girard's a tf r n j said tv
wheress Hitler grabbed" power
a-a ahrunt move, the -Advrwr.s"
jtion is using the more subt.e S
iet technique of "lirue cy u...f
The accusation was cwtiipr
a wemarandum fJed in s
of their plea that federsl J
Joseph McGan-iry order
Army to ret am j-trl ti t,ke t
ed States a rrnv tkst v
take him e'rt cf J -,-,--
t:rl Th J J : 1 t
i sue t i Cfcs..: r-
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Served with the U.S. troops in the War Between the States and
' Hed soon after return and did not take out UA citizen papers.
&2;aJoon man in Port Huron, Michigan, took a liking to young
frank, did what he could for him. and taught him navigation.
22! 1880 he made his way to Galveston. Texas, and worked as
.Master of a tug working barges of cotton from Harrisburg turn turn-10
10 turn-10 basin to Galveston.
When the cotton season was over he joined a construction
cTtw on what is now the Texas and New Orleans Railway, and
TwaSen the line reached Seguin, 32 miles east of Ban Antonio, he
vwwlked in to San Antonio. -
"a rrom -there ht caught a train to Fort Worth and then to
fcTPaso and in to Mexico, and worked his way to Veracruz,
.where he caught a coastal vessel to Grey Town and worked for
the Nicaraguan Canal Company as dredge master until it folded
ip. He then made his way to Panama and worked for the French
.panal until it also folded up.
.? TT m I... llAntiAfA vhavi a half AtvrArx fnrmio-nmrm mrrm
.raising coffee, went there, secured land, and built up a coffee
-mnea mat was tne snow piace oi roqueta.
2 He was twice married, first turned out in divorce. His sec second,
ond, second, to Juanlta, oldest daughter of Juan Landow (?), resulted
lin the production of a son and two daughters, and I under-
stana Frank jr. is sun on tne piace ana aoing wen. marnea to
; daughter of Alex MacEntyre, also a Canadian.
'. Sunday mornings we always met downtown and had a drink
.together, and one morning coming out tne aoor i canea nu at attention
tention attention to a small soot on his face and told him it looked can
cerous. Went to Panama and found it true, but the seat was In
jus lower intestine ana a oungiesome operauen imisnaa mm.
-It was like Eisenhower, but he didn't have Ike's doctor. MacEn MacEn-;tyre
;tyre MacEn-;tyre died of cancer of the jaw, and I wonder if it is hereditary.
made a trio this week after hearing of tha discovery of
' glasses that would enable tha poorest sight to read the finest
i. ajtri. found It an advertlalna fake. I wan told tha trouble
With my eyes, they were, worn out from the back ride and no
renei possiDie, so i wiu nave to oo tne oest i can ior ine rest
of my- time.' -. ; r-
By VICTOR RIESEL
PRAISE FOR WILSON CROOK
There are' 100.000 men in
nation to whom the falling
amonc the scientists over future
fallouts of unclean H-bombs is
trulv academic. They are the 100,
000 oioneers who handled the ra'
dioactiva "hot stuff" every, day
and always are somewhat worried
that they and their daily bread
will be "contaminated" by radi
Their day-to-day tasks are ac
comolished with masks, gloves.
other protectors and weird gadget-
filled walls which were only the
purple prose -of science fiction
writers of a generation ago out
todav are the beeinninss of a mul
ti-billion dollar industry expected
one day to employ 3,000,000.
Nor Is Ti ta came Una In tha
futwra. This it not ana af tha in in-alustries
alustries in-alustries which anticipatar: tha
past. Its target year is IfM, a
carding ta tha rasaarches, af
Jamas J. Bambriek, labor rala rala-tians
tians rala-tians apacialist af tha Natianal
Inaluatrial Canfaranea B a a r d.
Already it corporations ara
building 14 pawar plants worth
$400,000,000-ioma af which will
begin supplying alactrlcity barn
af atomic energy within 24 ta 40
One of these slants will be serv
ing Pittsbrg, and another, at In Indian
dian Indian Point, N.Y will send-power
into tne' Dig town, in nona a,
plans are complete for the' first
big power plant with natural ura
v None of these will wipe out any
jobs. They'll make jobs, for these
installations will be additional fa facilities
cilities facilities which positively will not
dispace current works. Further
more, wages and profits will go
up as industry s savings on tne
radioactive isotopes leap from last
year's $390,000,000 to almost a bil billion
lion billion dollars in 1959.
These -savings come from the
"liDon'nLiKeThis Any: More Than You Do"
I shall appreciate tha privilege, If space permits, to express,
on behalf of a multitude of humbl people who, for one reason
or another, cannot t around to expressing for themselves, their
heartfelt sorrow for tha death or wuaon croox.
Those of us who have concerned ourselves with the socio
political events of progressive democracy as they tend to affect
onr wellbelng have become acquainted with tha name wuson
Crook for quite soma tlm now. (unfortunately- the writer never
,0 SO Know mm personally;.
However, among Negro residents of Panama as well as among
Negro residents of the Canal Zone, Mr. Crook was always affec
tionately spoken of at a mau with an exaitea sense of Justice: a
man who believed in fairplay for all, as witness his policy of fair
employment, consistent with the innovation of progressive de democracy,
mocracy, democracy, throughout the departments ha directed and wtihin
the perview cf his authority.
Among the eminently significant and praiseworthy aspects of
Mr. Crook's administrative policy that will never be forgotten by
thoughtful NesToes In Panama, as well as the large number-of
Negroes who had the good fortune to have worked for him, Is
his liberal inclusion of Negro women black women for decent
. .employment la his Implementation of the prevailing local-rate
employment program throughout the departments that have
been under his administrative supervision.
While others responsible for the administrative policy of
Jtome government agencies of the Canal Zone have prevaricated
In the Implementation of the prevailing local-rate employment
program by almost completely excluding Negro women from
clerical jobs, Mr. Crook, outstanding among those who hare bean
aoia to give preceaence to justice over prejudice, showed due
.appreciation xor icttf inamauai merit and used tnem conmsn
dably wherever circumstance permitted them an opportunity.
We are pleased to know that he had bo cause to be disap-
poiated in their performance, in this way Mr. Croor has done
lasting uonor to his name among tne Negro inhabitants of the
uinmus. We share bereavement with his family for his demise.
We are profoundly gratified by the explicit confidence of
meaa who woraed for Mr. crook that bis policy will be contin continued,
ued, continued, in that his Immediate assistants, it is said, seem to be in lull
agreement with nia Uberai policy.
Andrei L. Lawaoa
"UNDERSTAND TOURS EL VIS" GROUP IS ADVISED
The letter of Jane II by "A Panamanian" reveals the mental
-pattera which haa been a detriment to suppressed peoples all over
the world. Thrt is, they despise themselves.
Most anxortuBatc, however, is the fact that no matter how
greatly others despis themselves, they despise the eumie group
from which "A Panamanian'' hails more. He cannot pass unno-
ucecL a glorious cusunetion wtuch he has yet to appreciate.
X presume he ha been trying very earnestly to abeorb fully
the various eu'turea, languages, customs, and the like of the land
t bis birth (ha Is not interested In that of his origin, which' 1
reawakening now) which for the mere sake of knowing u a very
good thing. Bat aa Indian, a Caucasian, an Asian, he will never
oa. Be will always be wnat he is.
To be himself successfully he must at once commence to look
epon himself with aympatfiy and nnderstaading. appreciation
mm ariectioa. The quartering of one's self must necessarily re-
.mm in sea-oWBCtto,
Many and varied have been tha adv... .j of' your people
who eojonrBad here. Just exactly what- hava you bees doing to
eaae the burden? Have yoc endeavored to place yourself where
patient and persistent appUcatloa of your knowledge of this or
that night serve to mole for future welfare?
Although scattered far and wide, and now contained by bit bitter
ter bitter barriers, let your sLarp tongue and pea be need for witty and
cunning defense aad sot for aeif-matilatum.
The glamour yoa adore la others e eoBaequance of oneness la.
IfM-atut or criminal the common bond Is there which serves te
t:re taeat strength. : ; . f ...
But what erne feat done others can do. Let we put away tha
r-urrat dctrtmeaU practices, retaining t&e beat ta as ta whica
r--;-t be added the bet extracted from aQ as reev
salvaging of minute shavings
tobacco, rubber, paper, metal and
even plastics, Tne cigarette indus industry,
try, industry, for' example, saves over $30,
000.000 annually now because for
the first time it can really mea
sure each smoke with absolute
accuracy.- By noting the time it
taker lor a radioactive isotope to
penetrate the width of the cigar
cue, we manuiaciurera can now
pack each one with exactly the
ssme amount of tobacco Instead of
wasting the stuffing as in' the
'Thia is true for thamhha In.
dustry, too. Its problem was to
cost aaca tire with exactly the
right amoung of rubber net too
thick, not. too thin. Now one of the
atomic energy gimmicks measures
this just right and millions are
saved in previously wasted rub-
uer. fci -if
With similar thickness gauges,
uie naoer inaustrv uvea a m a
111,000,000 annually. Golf balls
are measured too. and the lsotooes
are even used to learn how to kill
ougs mors effectively.
in wis eternal war with the in
sect world we now set at the ter.
mites by running radioactive stuff
through the killing powders. They
call this "tagging" the insecti
Than tha scientists watch It
work an the vermin. Thus we
Warn whather they alia because
they aet the peisen ar baciata
the tfeadly stuff Alia their skins
and paras. With a similar shot
af radiation wa discover, tea,
haw tha nasty araatvres devel devel-ap
ap devel-ap Immunity ta tha pewdar and
than wa learn haw ta kill them
err again in now ways.
This is the last frontier on this
planet; Other pioneers will have
to apply tt the International Mars
Assn. General Electric, for exam.
pie, has learned hew to hit saw-
oust wiu isotopes and turn the
cuipe into reed for cattle.
But far head of all tha Athr
the oil industry. Its experts sty
the industry has been revolution.
lied through use of the atomic en
ergy gadgets. They have extrs
sensitive gamma rsy detectors.
These are used in light airplanes
or helicopters te penetrate the
earu Delow. Br the reaction on
the detector, the modern prospec-
ivr cu icu wneuer uere s likely
te be oil below.
Also they put the iimni data.
tors into the drill holes to tell
mem exaauy wnere uere. are de deposits
posits deposits shale ia Which Ail htrVa T
this day of cross-country pia lines
imav wnicn ou is poured for deli-
vary thousands of miles away,
is bo longer necessary ta em
one ansa's supply before von
is aaether's. Each quantity of oil
is tagged" wita different radio radioactive
active radioactive wsves te y kaew one
snipment rrom another,
and Ifcair niana ara beginning
ta battle far teaj Mfety ree.
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More Or Less-Now And Then
By CREDf CALHOUN at al
DEMOCRATS HAVI FUN '
. 1. 4
A lot of. Democratic Hinners
were new in the U.S. recent v
iu wy 10 reauce tne deficit of J660,
000 left over from the last ram
paign. r (
One of the features nf the Tlem
ocratic try was a television panel
with Adlai Stevenson.
ter- and a number of orominent
isemuiTBis on ine panel, it wasn't
exactly spontaneous, but for ,a
Democrat it was fun. Not manv
Republicans will hear about it. I
am indebted to the New York
limes for my information.
Adlai 'told the panel that nennle
w vu5iuiigiuu nave oeen talKing
aooui a recent '-nistorical occur
ence there when both President
Eisenhower and John Foster Dul
les were in town at the tame
time. 1 -I
"Where did thev meat?" ha
..l.j v.; ,,
Governor Foster Furcplo of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, a member of the pan
el, replied: "It must have been
either at the railroad station of
correct. Mrs.; Stevenson re.
plied," at the airport."
Mown Skull Childish
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK I believe I have
a distinction rather rare for these
times, for this place. I don't have
a crewcut hairdo.
Even rarer, I still wear a hat with
a brim on it. pinch it. and don't
Mtner to put a bow in back. Still
more rare. I wear -pants that hit
tne instep of my shoes and are big
enough in the legs for my legs to
breathe freely in,
As a curiosity, I still have nor normal
mal normal lapels on my jackets,, don't
own a vest with lapels, don't have
a Scotch r plaid cummerbund for
my dinner jacket, don't have any
embroidered vests, and do not
wear Bermuda shorts to business.
1 positively de not, have not, and
fiu never own cap
11 f this snakes ma euriaslfyi
I'm sorry, but to eye accustom-
jad te the sensible garb af bead :
hunters, bullfighters and even
Americans as they used te look,
I think tha American man looks ;
about as silly -as the American
woman look sloppy, a matter
wa taochad an tha ether day. :
Tha haircut is the toooer. Per-
hsps a mown skull looks well on
a high-school kid or college boy and
is practical cor an atniete. But on
a grown man who is not an athlete,
whether he Is skinny or fat. gray
or not, a crewcut tells me several
One is that he's trying to fool
himself into believing he a still s
boy. Two, he never got away from
Mom's apron strings. Three, he
might be just a touch, on the sis
sy side. Four, he has no sense what
soever of what a grown man ought
to 1001c axe, which is an adult
exempt only one person, and he
is suffering from a scalp ailment
wnicn necessitates a close cup.
Garment wise, adult America
has gone back to college and is
still believing that it orders irom
J. Press and Brooks Bros, and at attends
tends attends Harvard, Yale or Princeton,
shortly after finishing off at Gro Gro-ton
ton Gro-ton or L a w r e n c e v i 1 1 e. This
is an inverse snobbishness which
touches on the. ridiculous.
In my youth, we wore wide pants
and short coats in hieh school dur
ing 'the Harold. Teen and Jpljn
Hel(f.Jr.;era; (.iter, lncoUeget we
wore gray flannel pants and brown
Harris tweed coats and saddle
shoes as a uniform. But the grown
men on business didn't emulate us.
They accepted us as. kids prone to
fads ?and went on dressing like
It seems to me that since the
last war the American man has
rushed backward to Mom's protec
tion, and this silly clothing busi
ness is, pan 01 11.
I hava net bean Watt recently,
and It is possible that out. there
they ust dress, laud, but man man-.loud,'
.loud,' man-.loud,' r.et youth loud. Perhaps
there is still a man ar so to be
found who parts his hair instead
of cutting it flat. But from what
, I've seen, on thio trip back from
tha ath r ends af the world, the
Eastern mala is by all adds tha
most curious looking critter I
hava seen sinca my last ant boar
Short pants are for small "bova
and I am expecting that soon the
ouster crown collar will come
back a. high, style and we will all
be neat little English boys on the
way to the. playing fields of Eton.
Angusn snorts are tne mark of 1
schoolboy, his precise, uniform
ana so is ine cap.
One of. my can-wearing. Bermu
da shorts wearing. Scotch plaid
waistcoat friends was sneering at
one of Mr.'CavanSgh's best
broad brimmed, black Homburzs.
He said I looked like a Mississippi
riverboat gambler who had bought
his suit irom an Jtaiian tailor:
He was nearly right in all respects-,
and I took it as a compli
ment, because the suit was bought
from a Roman tailor and I am a
gambler and I have been on river river-boats
boats river-boats and know the Mississipi and
never knew a gambler who wasn I
a full-grown man with all of a full-
grown man's attributes,
I refuse to return to childhood
When diapers and pinafores be
came fashionable for grown men
in America, as they certainly shall,
I will still be bearing adequate long
1 pants ana a wide-brimmed hat.
In New York
THE BROADWAY CROWD
Ingrld Bergman'a latter to New
York friends, skip around Rober Roberto's
to's Roberto's adventures in Bombay. The
only reference is in tne line: A-
mericsns just don't understand
impulsive Italian men'. .Garbo
limped into the swank Colony,
Her left foot in bandages. .The
Mike Todd-CantinHas rift followed
diference of. opinion in wages
which the Mexican star wanted to
appear in "Don Quixote'. . .El-
vis Presley isn't even among the
first 15 albums any more. The
new leaders are cole, Beiaiont
and Sinatra. .' .The letter's attor
neys sod Look's hsve started pre
Uminary discussions regarding a
settlement over the mag's recent
articles. .The ushers at B 1 1 1 y
Graham's prsyer-meetngs tin Ma
disoa So. Garden) regard the
groups of high school students "as
the most sincere attenoers .
mericaa Weekly is readying a se
ries sa big winner quia contest contestants,
ants, contestants, who blew their loot. . .The
Steve Aliens (Jsyne Meadows)
hope to be three ia early Oct
a- alts t ears 1
this maaVa h kaaJW c i
- ...,..,L. i Z wu muiacu in a Hvpcu
gmsorrr ovary whoro. Work ara vT. ht. Um'm a h.nH.
some broke. They will gladly in include
clude include a hefty percentage. L I b b-cola
cola b-cola will be the theme of three
sew straight plays due oa Broad Broadway
way Broadway in the Fall. -."The Diary af
Anne frank' (about a teea age
Jewess crushed by Hitlerism) is
bow a best-seller ia WeA Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, where she's become a beroine
of Geraaa youth. .Kathy Grant
has changed her mind again. Her
latest conquest is TV exec John
West .Taca la Jbe Crowd"
coat $1,700,000 te produce. Many
of the H'woed skeptics are wstch wstch-iag
iag wstch-iag its box-office..
Liana! Hampton, Guy Lombards
sad Fred Waring invested their
mosey wisely for years ia realty
around the satios. Sub Kentoa is
tha latest Just purchased as of office
fice office bldg. ia L. A. Pstti Page'a
rtsrriog sppesrsnce June Zlrt at
Oklahoma's big eelebratioa will be
Istleno far rhora alraaaV f.
aaevaral aaplaaiona and two
deema in reacts plants. On
fnls Use front ior, ail ha pienasrs
"Gentleman's Agreement." No
credits for Zanuck (its producer)
or .Moss Hart (who adapted it) on
the TV re-issue. -Archie Thom Thomson
son Thomson bought the munjcal rights to
Maugham's "Anastasia" but it
cannot be done for 3 years. .To-j
oy Bennett's long time ambition
may be realized. To star in a BV
wav show. It mav be-"Siv Dir.
ling". .Tina RobbLs, a teen-age
newcomer canary (at the Boxy),
hung up a new kind of First there.
She s in the opening act and stops
tne snow cold.
-And an Affair Te Remember,'
due aeon, wan aver a hard-bailed
hand-picked B'way preview
audience, many af wham
cewldnt hold back the tears. .
Betty Smith, who wrote "A Tree
Grows In Bklyn,' use that
Berevgh again far her next nav navel:
el: navel: "Maggie-New." It arrives m
tha fait .Beauteous Anita Cat.
by, wfce never married. Is writ writing
ing writing a beak an tha "iays" of stay.
Ing single. Tha lava In bar life
after 14 years) Is alsa a bache bachelor.
lor. bachelor. .Princes Krepetkin, who
does a calumn (among ather.
things) was interviewing Kate
Smith, wHe inquired: "Haw da
I addrei yaw as Princess,".
. "W1l,"k was the reply, "1
was once called 'Hoy, Baby.'
but I prefer PrinaeosW .Julioe
La Rota is ana af Nelson Rid Riddle's
dle's Riddle's meat aidant tone. Dashed
bite The Colony Musk Snap al
3:4S e.m. ta buy Riddle's latest
L p. far saver I friends as they
strolled Harm from Undy's-
Cleveland pitcher Herb Score.
injured by GU MeDourald'a hard
oattea Dan recently, has invited
Gil to suesd his marriage te Na Nary
ry Nary McNamara ia the FalL .Irene
Pa paps, who decided sot te stay
married (after see week of tt re recently),
cently), recently), changed her mind about
seeking annulment ia G r e ec e.
She's dickering for a Broadway
role. Vincent Sorey hopes to sign
Kitxi Gaynor and Mart Alberrhet Alberrhet-ti
ti Alberrhet-ti for his musical, "Made Ia Hea Heaven.'
ven.' Heaven.' Te alternate ia the lead
role. The reasoa: Maria eurposed-
ier first since she left home there ly doesn't hava the physical '-
IS years aia. .Stranre wiy to mine ta da I performances a wek.
adyemsa tha locg age sis via, jCrooner Dos Bode, wbe earns
up quickly, has another hit record
in "White Silver Sands." His ro
bust tones fall easy on these ears
. .Mr. Disney's expected profit at
uianeyiana tnis year: six Million.
Thrifty Marilyn Monroe will at
tend the "Prince and Showsirl"
premier (at the Music Hall) wear
ing ue evening irock she features
in tne mm. The star often borrow borrowed
ed borrowed evening apparel from the stu
010 ior Her rare "dressed up"
dates in H'wood. She'd spend the
money on a gift for someone. .
Bud Schulberi's next film will be
named "Cottonmouth." Co-produc
er is mi orotner. To be filmed in
ma. everglades. .Natalie Wood is
misersDie with ber diet of eandv.
ice cream ana caxe. ordera h
tne studio to put on It lbs. For
ner starring role ia "Marjorie
Morningstar". .Roberta' Sher
wood's back ta town for a record
ing session.- .The Montreal cen
sors want ta spoil The Bachelor
rany- oy cutting 50 minutes of it
It lsnt that wicked.-, .George
sums ana uracie Alien, with pals
Benny Fields and Blossom Seeley,
found out how affectionate the Co-
pa crowd can get when they like
Cearoe Shearing is racerdina
two ati tvnes written by Lard
Adrian Peley, tha hipped mem ear
af rna Rayal Family. One af I
melodies re named Maa far
Princesa Mara a ret. .Cel. Park.
ar, Prasloir'e mentor, I blamed
far breaking up the idyll with Y Y-venrte
venrte Y-venrte Lima, oterlat. It wee, be
feared, getting lea serious. .Busi .Business
ness .Business Week's oectian an Lea Anye-
10s reports wnet aema af vs found
out tang age. Thai ceeet sight
spera ware lent dead. The mag
saysi "Yen'n find anty ana really
wcceaofwl, first class aet-wp tKt
Caceenvt Crave". .Dick Cabmen
probably la the mail prolific writ writ-ar
ar writ-ar af alt He's written mare than
it pieces fat the teat 4yeare.
Pkra I books. His latest etty (in
Cesmapelitew) ia celled: "The Last
Art af Leafinar". ..Edna Ferber
la werklng on a aertl ahaut At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City. .Lang aaew lhal
Jewell will next be seen in IMi'i
The panel's explanation of
"new Republicanism" was
striking contrast to that of Arthur
Larson, former Chief of the White
House ghost writers." S e n s t o r
Sparkman of Alabama defined it
as "never putting off till tomorrow
what you should have d 0 n e ii
Governor Furcolo said the
new Republicanism Is "like an
iceberg it is cold, slow-mow
ing and very little of it shows
abeva tha surface. .And It is
100 per cent at see."
Thev also touched on the sub
ject of the Korean War, which
wis known as "Truman's Wsr"
during the first camoaien that out
the Republicans in power.
Quiimaater Who. made .these
two statements? "President Tru
man's decision that the United
States should go to the-defense of
tne .Korean Kepublic was. courag courageous,
eous, courageous, righteous, and In the- pub-
plunged us into war without the
consent of our citizens through
their authorized representatives ia
Congress." ', v- y
Quizmaster m Who can remem
ber those two? Senator Spa r a 1
Sen'. Sparkman Strantfelv a.
nough both statements were mads
by tne same man. , -Mr.
-Truman That's corrtct.''
Sen, Sparkman And the name
of the man who made the stats stats-ments
ments stats-ments was John Foster Dulles.
(The panel breught aut thst
i f T -'
Statement No. 1 was made be.
fore the' 1952' campaign a nd
Statement No, 2 was written by
Dulles for the Republican Plat
form of 1952.) ,
Quizmaster Who said:" The
necessary and wise subordination
of ..the military to civilian power
will best be sustained when life lifelong
long lifelong professional soldiers abstain
IL'om seeking nish political of-
fice.)" , 1
Mr. Truman That "was the.
present occupant of the Whits-
nouse .in a letter be sent to a
newspaper man in New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, and he brought it in' and
showed it to me before be sent
it. I was the 'President and he at
that, time was in charge of ths
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza Organization.
Hat there ever been a time
when there were, more' profo
sional toldiers, both tired and
retired, balding civilian pasts in
tha United .- Mates : 9 e v e r "n-.
UN EMPLOY ID
No. 1; here is statement No. 2
"The Truman Administration
mean Is shining;
A star It gleemingj )-t ?:JV;
banio Is starting to strum
A park '. bench is waitintfj :.
A soft breeze Is blowing; v..-
A cop ia chasing a bum.
A nightingale's- singing;
A bobwhlte is staring to bob)
' Ev'rything in the world is doing.'
Se why can't you find a Job? ;
,- j v i... Abe, Burraws ;
Incidentally E. i. (Elly) Kahn,
who did a stint, with the Army
PIO here during World War II,
lie interest.'?:. That was statementlhas done for The New Yorker
two articles about Abe Burrows
that are dingers. ,
QUADROTOR The latest in helicopters, the Quadrotor, makes
a test flight over Fort Eustis, Va. Convertawing, Inc of Amity
ville, L. 1 manufacturer of the plane, was awarded an $89,000
contract this month by tha U.S. Army to continue research sad-
development of the Quadrotor. '( ; 4
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! r "Palmetto State";
Answsr to Prsvtous PuttTs.
1 The Carolina
. is South;
, state bird
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SATURDAY, JUNK IS, W v ' '''f ' '' TOE PANAMA, AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAILtkEWSpW,.. V t J '" "' "V
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MAMIE THE MODEL--Screen star Mamie Van Dimn iihvt.l.
A the gown designed for. her role In "Teacher's Pet,'" in which
. ; ahe does a singing-strip act in a New York night club. Mamie
s the first platinum-haired costar to appear with Clark Gable ; -!
y- .fine Jean. Harlow, JThe film' is a comedy about the .news-
a-;, paper, business, f Z ".. 'j.,w,
Share Birtnday: Tomorrow
History Jo Washington's Troops
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
found the Army with a substantial
force in training and the ; QM
Corps functioning withTvartime ef efficiency.
ficiency. efficiency. rjiiJi iy, !c
The mission of the Corps
still remain the same to provide
the' Army with the best Quipped
soldier in the world, and this mis mission
sion mission will ,be accomplished in the
same, efficient fashion as t hat.
which merited the praise of .Sec .Secretary
retary .Secretary Stanton Rafter, the War Be Between
tween Between the States, when he said,'
'During the war the QM has nev never
er never failed. It answers toi .the-, de-'
mand and is ever ready to meet
the national elLf-'4 -cf- fifev&, fifev&,-Tomorrow
Tomorrow fifev&,-Tomorrow is ; also the birthday
ot- the .greatest engineering force
the world has ever known, the y.
S. Army Corps of Engmeers; f
From a handful .of specially
selected officers and men in
General Washington's Colonial
Army, the Corps has- grown vi
til today its influence is felt
throughout the entire world. ;.- v
The Corps got its start to I fill
nance Dept. to the officers of his pressing need-haracteristic of
ton s troops needed hunkers to
protect them from British fire.
The engineers ; were formed ? to
build bunkers at night then, fight
au -nayr:;1'.,,' -..a,
nn June 18: 1775. less than two
months from tne ume me snui
"heard 'round the world"? was
rpH at Lexmeton. four of the
n s. Armv's oresem aay uorps
were established by the Continen
tal Congress, a Tomorrow ,iue aoju aoju-tant
tant aoju-tant General's Corps, Corps of En En-Finance
Finance En-Finance Corps and Quar
termaster Corps will celebrate
thpir- i2 anniversary,
The most important oi tnese io
the i enlisted man is probaly tne
Finance Corps, which was louna-
ed as toe Pay Department for the
From the Revolutionary War up
to 1912. the: Pay Department dis-
bui'sed the Army's moeny.-i The
Qnartprmaster Corps, createa in
1912 from the Pay, Quartermaster
and Subsistence Department, han
dled Army payments until i!u.
in 1920 the Finance Department
was created by the passage of the
National Defense Act.' July 1 was
the date Brig. Gen. Herbert M..
t j nuiot nt Finanps n-
nnunreH the creation of the -Ft
Expects Good Crowd
To Honor Fathers
; Members of the Club. Altamira
have been assured that their
Fourth Father's Day Program,
slated for the Paraiso Theater to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, will attract a large num number
ber number of the -club's supporters, :
The experience acquired in the
past programs by the Olub will be
amply reiiectea by the extensive
preparations undertaken by ,t h e
members to proauce- aa ouUtana ouUtana-ine
ine ouUtana-ine program, r The r program; is de
signed to bring to fore some of the
most talented artists or tne com
munity,, 't ?
Stephen Greaves,, senior piano
student. at the 'Panama.. Conserva-i
toryi of 'jtUBic, has 1 accepteftvUie
cijiu s.' iast nour mvuauou u re replace
place replace Ray' Cox. as guest. artist.
iue to more urgent Commitments,
Cox -ill not be able--to appear-:
; (Jreaves has pertormea oij both
sides I the Istnmus before a i n ncriminating:
criminating: ncriminating: auaiences and ILbas
)wbn outstanding acclaims He; is
expected, to win equal priue
from his audience on Sunday,-.
The program ; is free, ot cnarge
and i all guests have -been tasked
yf.fie seated by a:5 p.m., 5as, tne
activities will begin promptly up
on the arrival ot- the ciao's hon
ored. guest,.f Gov- W, E. Potter,
.i 1 1 1 -in i .a. es
Will Tour Russia,
BUENOS r,AlIlES,Juner IS (UP),
Some ,120 Argentihes will leave
here; this summer on what is be believed
lieved believed to be the fu-st unofficial
. sight-seeing tour of Russia and
aatailite Europe organized in the
western world since World War II.
v The cost of the tour, 'covering
- all expenses on the visit to Russia,
, Czechoslovakia, Poland and vari vari-i
i vari-i ous non-Communist countries ... in
Europe, will be about $1,060.
A spokesman for Americantur;
the tourist' agency that organized
the trip, said the .Russians are so
anxious to attract .tourists they
have offered to give each of the
Areentines 4 rubles (nommally $1)
day Jorach of the 15 days Jje
I' ;.--Uw o :ttJU. 'f,
spends in' m. ooTiei-.. viuvn,
: Most of the tourists, are profes professional
sional professional mert-octors;: and e n gl gl-neers
neers gl-neers for the most nart One of
the part:'.- Father Jorge. Madaria Madaria-ea,
ea, Madaria-ea, if bt. "ed 4o be the iast Ro Roman
man Roman Cathia.c priest who has been
allowed to euler Russia unofficial unofficially
ly unofficially since the 1917 revolution.
A little more than half of 'Vthe
tourists will leave Argentina July
27 in the Argentine..lirter Yapetu.
The fcalanee of the1 group w i .l
leave by air Aug. 1,1 and join the
: "advance ,party in Europe.4 v-
f ... i i ; ni..-;.;.;.
Cubai ; CleartLo
Bound 0 Jlaleffc
TANAMO, Cuba, June 15 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Norwegian freighter Belgano,
carrying, a. load ;of obsolete wea weapons,
pons, weapons, to the United States to be
scrapped, was authorized to pro proceed
ceed proceed today after fficials here sat satisfied
isfied satisfied themselves "the,, arms are
too ancient, to be 'much 'good. to
, the rebels in eastern Cuba".?
However';'-- a ; "precautionary
ruard" was assisned to keep watch
on the'.Belgsno for. the duration of
its stay in this southeastern port.
In Havana, a navy spokesman
aid -there is not a w o r d of
truth in reports that rebel leader
' Aureliano Sanchez Arango -and
other4oe "f the? -government
were, captured aboard the norse
The Belgano,' en1 route from
Guatemala to New York, put in
here recently to load 37.000 sacks
of sugar. iCuban 'authorities t de demanded,
manded, demanded, the rieht to inspect the
irmi and ammunition mentipnedJ
an the shin's manifest. v '-- V
They found 100 cases of U.S.
and German-made : rifles, n o n e
less than. 50 years old; 91 light
artillery pieces, ranging in Jage
from 40 to 53 years, and 500 rus rusty
ty rusty bayonets, a ,- '-;
; '-; The arm were consianed aa
crap by the -Guatemalan Defense
Jduuatry to the international at at-mament
mament at-mament Corporation, of Washing
ton. under the terms of a two-
vear-old contract .providing for
the exchange of new weapons for
Id. ; -'"-.
Chord Eucharist k
At SI. Pclers y v ;
On Trinity Sunday
For Trinity Sunday tomorrow, a
choral eerharict will be held at St
Peter's church in La Boca, begm begm-r'ng
r'ng begm-r'ng at 7. a.m. The Pev. Roew H.
Greene,' of Ancon, ill officiate be be-sjde
sjde be-sjde dehverioc the sermon.
committee-will meet, with theion vacation. His first dispatch aft-
m,mrAn lnnM Mnrt.M nrvutlinr'er 1TT1VU1C from NW lOfk
la absence ef tte priest in charge, erai uyt ago va T:7"fii
States is for a Briton to uve in.
His story today was headlined:
"U.S. Tour MuA Not Be Mo d-
The U.S. Army Finance School
w4s established in September,
1920, and in its- 37 years of in
struction 11 nas irauiea more m
45,000 students in the proper tech technique
nique technique of financial management.
The school is now located at, Fort
Benjamin Harrison, &d. :
niirinu World War II the Office
of Chief of ; Finance was placed
under the newly-created Office of
the Fiscal Directors However, the
Finance Department continues w
fulfill the Armv's oblieations p. to
it soldiers, civilian employes, and
to commerciatv contractors.,; 4
It even assumed an lmporram
new activity that ef p a y I n g
benefit to dependents of rv-
Icemen, .v. 'M f ;;'v'
The present Chief of Finance,
who assumed the office on. May
i IQ5R is Mai. Gen. Harry w.
Crandall, a 1925 graduate of the
U.S. Military Academy,,- (;
" As the Finance corps enters hs
183rd year, disbursing continues to
h a nrimarv function but its re
sponsibilities have vastly increas
ed. The Pinions oi npuar? requir
ed to run the Army must, oe ac
counted lor. The. Finance Corps
does not rest on Its laurels of the
iast,-but prepares for bigger and
throuehout the broad field 'of fi
The supply veins of the U.S.
Army, the Quartermaster : Corps,
ha tierhans the most difficult,
and by all odds, bne of the more
mmnlirated tasks in the armed
. -! .-
Tt ivrnnnnel oertorm some oi
the most essential and non-glam-
serious, duties facing. me mimary
atirm The QM Corns has
inrnm .duties tacinz ine muinii
organisation; ,Jhe QM ; Corpsas
operated' for jpaany eata od, the
tnnceDt tnat support an-war rauat
havA it foundation in oeacetimc
oreanization and training, soi inai
the only major change, necessary
for war u one OI size. -.,
Support of the soldier, in eom-
bat is the determining V criterion
for the organization of the Quarv
termaster Corps, and the history
of the organization is replete with
praiseworthy : servica. rp,
j' l i'-j'1 inf.-'')- '-' -; A
A a direct" result' of' its vn
ceaslnf efforts, the U.l Army
soldier has the best food, cloth cloth-Inn,
Inn, cloth-Inn, personal equipment and
has more services, performed for.
himi at. minimum cost than any
tMtmr taldier in the world. .i
! In the course of the Corps' .182
..i if h r va.
rious times handled all Army con
structions, including the unprece-.
dented program launched in 1940:
all army ; building, repairs and
utilities t services; furnished f and
maintained all general purpose ve vehicles,
hicles, vehicles, and handled all A r m y
For-a .brief period following
WWI, the QM Corps was virtually
absorbed in name by the P u r-
chase, Storage and Traffic, Divi
sion- on the' General staff, witn
the OM General as director,
Thanks to the limited mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization occasioned by the declaration
of limited emergency In 1940, the
rngt-atiUioriiied the f i r s t
Chief of Engineers on June J 16.
1775, ; at "$60 a month. He y was to
have two assistants at $20 ;a
month :each. The first Chief of
Engineers, a Colonel G r i d 1 y,
worked ail meht building revet
ments after- his appointment; but
"was shot in action- thp next dav
There has never been time in
the history of the Corps of Engi
neers when tney weren t welcome.
whether it was to erect a bridge.
lay a minefield, push through a
road, fight a flood.map a moun mountain
tain mountain or build an airstriD."
Map-making and : engineer intel-
ugence are among the highest
priority missions of the Army's
Engineers. Ten million maps were
printed and distributed during the
first weeks of the Korean con
flict -,-' .-- '.
During World War H and the
Korean conflict, the Engineers
reached their zenith. They provid
ed the landing craft lor beach
heads, carried the Infantry across
the rivers of the world in assault
boats, bridged the mightiest riv
ers for the armor and artillery,
carved put landing fields in the
jungles and forests for U.S. fore
es, threw out-piers for 'the supply
transports and battled side: by
side witn them.
Not long ago a group of moun
taineers announced with much
braggadocio that they were going
to' climb a Latin American peak
never before accomplished by
Modi U Hittr? a t r fnt, In
reaching the top;, they found1 one
r the famous small fc r n t .,
plaques that had been planted
twa years previously by U.S.
- Army .Caribbean Inter-American'
' Geodetic Survey (I ACS) survey
or who- considered such feafs
.. a common occurence. ,
' Locally the U:S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Engineers are responsible
for construction, utilities, engineer
supply, equipment maintenance
and command printing.
The daily life of every military
and civilian employe and his de dependents
pendents dependents is vitally affected by this
organization. On it they .depend
for their! water, supply, fuel, light,
homes, streets and much of .their
In '' order to have facilities ' to
maintain, someone must first
Construct them and therein falls
the responsibility of the Panama
Area Engineer, The influence of
this office is felt -throughout- all
of Central and South America
wherever the U.S. is constructing
or coordinating the construction of
jnew governmental enterprises.'
. Kecentiv the Panama area engi
neers built the beautiful ; chapel
at Fort Kobbe and the CorozaJ
Ordnance Maintenance Shop
Pride of the Americas."
- And the engineers are prepar preparing
ing preparing for new things to come, They
are the dreamers, the planners
and the builders.
Progress and the engineers go
hand in hand. If it's new they
will design it; if it's designed
they'll develon It: and if it's devel
op .they'll test and perfect it. The
Corns of Engineers is meeting to
day -as always the challenge of
the future and living up 1 to the
standards of its motto, -t-ssay-
ons (We win strive). t
And last, but by far. not Jeast,
the Adjutant General's Corps will
celebrate its 182nd anniversary to
morrow, The eany memoers oi
the Corns unconsciously laid the
foundation for the -strong and ef-
ucient AVf Vorp ui iuuy,
- To the classical minds of ah
earlier period, the Latin w 0 r d
"Adiutare"' meant "to assist" in
every phase of military aid- to
commanders.- With the American
Army v still? in swaddling clothes
this office was inheritance from
the fingusn system wmcn maae
adiutant generals the principal
staff officers of nign commanders
in the ,fieid.:s.;f
AG duties'.' as with other of the
older, more famous branches, are
an integrated part of the Army.
The Adjutant General's Corps han handles
dles handles the. Army's administration-
personnel actions, most of its cor
respondence, jrecorn Keeping, post
al service,? and many omer, admin
istrative functions.; "l; v;
It ha grown from an organiza
tion with records stored in a
four-horse wagon to the Pentagon
-and a million and one-naif cu
bic foot storage vault in St. Louis,
Mo. There are regional offices in
-New York City, j Atlanta, Ga.,
San Antonio, Tex., Oakland, Cal Calif.,
if., Calif., and Columbus,. Ohio.
The Adiutant General's School,
like the Finance School, is at Fort
Benjairin Harrison. Arte- many
moves following World War II the
school finally found a permanent
home at Fort Benjamin Harrison.
The processes that operate with
the figurative precincts of t he
corps consiuuie one 01 ine greai greai-st
st greai-st administrative tasks in the
world in volume, diversity,' and
importance to Individual citizens
Failure 01 One,
In 'Alias' Dlasl
SAN DIEGO, Calif.; r June 15
(UP) The jexplosion of an Atlai
Inter-continental ballistic mis
sile fired Tuesday at Cape Cana
veral. Fla.. was caused by an, en
gine failure, It was 4iBclosed;tq
day. s s . r.
The United Presa learned;.from
Informed sources at convair,
builder of the Atlas, that failure
of one of the rocket engines was
responsible lorthe blast that oc occurred
curred occurred shortly af ter the misslla
Desoite the mishap, company
officials were more, than' satis satisfied
fied satisfied with" the missile'a perform
ance during Its 30-second flight,
these sources said.
Because the Atlas la a ballistic
and not a controlled missile, It
Ua driven by a aeries of the rock
et engines. One of these failed,
which caused the missile to 'vi
brate after reaching ,0uO ieew
The aourp.es did not sav wheth
er the Atlas was destroyed by
nirinera on the cround or by
vibration aet up by the engine
failure.-, f r.tt.
They did say that either'would
have been "perfectly logical
.1, ,,, ,i ,-:,i,.;.J l-,i)ii.-t...vt',-'i"- ''
NEW LEADER When his
Progressive Conservative Par Party
ty Party made encouraging gains la
the returns of Canadian elec elections,
tions, elections, leader John Diefenbaker
had good reason to cheer. He la
shown here in a recent photo
at a party rally in Reglna,
ilevsman Tells Ui;
To' Relax Protocol
- LONDON.' Jose UI (UPI Brit British
ish British newsmen advised Queen Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth to relax royal protocol and
really get to know 'those friend friendly
ly friendly Americans on her visit to the
United Statesnext,fal. V.
The advice came from tie Lon London
don London Daily Mail's New York cor correspondent
respondent correspondent Don Iddon, now home
abe is present !y away
tioa in te Inited State. -Scheduled
for the day abo are
mArvt'f rvr v a r mm IniklVMl
It church" aihool. anf evening dW: The Barriers Should e Let
rriTer 1:36 p m. Both arm cm toiDcwn A Litt'e."
1 wded bv larreadw. He said the Queen and Pnnce
Tbe par -s-h it kxAuvg lorwird toirhaip are romg t have te Jeani
t- r-usi fVw,,, (4 tts p- bow cssoallr friendly American
-isii. fa.,-r.g ea St. Pe-ar. Tbty'll lore at.il in- r
fr v. ; r A series of ai'tfe w;3 wy relax th br br-f
f br-f v.r. Tt f'w. An-.rifm aM let thera mix th the
. lit r.ii ls;er. r'j, he
kU akat a tmm tasert! larsf .-;
- ialatiM are jest MtwaUj MdMS.
Kids ft trarf far Ut4 tMnf :
'"ba, 'tante M mtm Rtvars .are J
; paakai rtt TitaaWa C lett of al (
' yak cm ate Umm la Jffj.
USED EQUffMEtfT 15ALE
aM bldi, for public opmlnc. ."'U
b racaived by iha Central Excbans
Offlcar, Ft.'CUyton, C.Z. iot varl-eua-ltama1
of mad aqulpmant ln ln-cludtnf
cludtnf ln-cludtnf but not limited toi Sun V
Automotlva Teitlnf Kqulpmant. S
KW Portabl Generator, OrllU, I I-laetrle
laetrle I-laetrle 2Un(e Co((M TJma, Soda
and Ice Cream rountaina, Check
Wiiter. Juice Ban, Ice Cream Freer Freer-en,
en, Freer-en, Lathe. Planer, Daaka, 4 Cylinder
Bnginaa, etc . ; 1
'Itemi may be Inapected hi Bids.
No. 135. Ft. Clayton, adjacent to the
Ft, -Clayton. Carafe, from 12:90 to
1:39 p.m. on IS, 20, 21 June. and.
from. 0:00 to 1J 00 a.m. on 22 June.
1SST." ' ij.-
Invitation and proposals, con containing
taining containing Information on the condi condition
tion condition of aale. may be .obtained dur during
ing during the above houn at Bids. No
135. Ft. Clayton, t .
Sealed bid wilt be publicly open opened
ed opened at 1:00 p.m. Monday. 24 June, at
Bld(. No. 135. The Exchanae Ser Service
vice Service reaervaa the right to reject any
and all bid. ...
"'This 1 an offering f the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean AAAFES, and not one of. the
OF ST. LOUIS"
la 7 g!eriev flavors I
THE SAVINGS BANK
' Institution Guaranteed by ths Stats
Pay 2 Interest AofraaQy on Savings Accounts
v ? IN m A lr DE P O S I T $5.00
:. v-,-.-.' r---- -r. a ' ''f r ....
' W maka loans With jjitrantata cn firat mortjafaa
.-'".' ;' tr other securities. ',
;, '-':2Sc.-S0c, -5i.00 and $5.00 '.
deposits ; a re dccepteiJ th ru a period
of 48 weeks
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i . '' k r 1
v Irvdivtdual tiftty depoait'feoxas, for Jawairy and
documanta, in 4 different aitea.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
It- Central Av. at
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S K TXT. DATS: frew S jh t 12 H s
f 1.1 lens r
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Model 1957 :
1SS Central Avenue
Mailorders ; :
; iione rs-iiis
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I 'ifAflERxr: ID'
16 th j
( ATTENTION f r,
Just Arrived: A t-.
, BURPEE SEEDS yet,
Flowers Vegetables. Tt
G FERDINAND-G R E B I E N SJP
, Corner istfl hu ann
v - At. Melendes. j.
FRESH BURPEE SEEDS!
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' folfter's Doy is t aside Ihof we miry kowf owe
earthly fcin..' r ,,,'
There it one King who lives fofvf Heeeeiit
, lo rule and reign in your heart, ' ','
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for every gt)
"Attend a well planned, purposefvX, and prayerful cnMrch
where God's word is taught without apology. Put
aod Jtm in yqur jamuyf ,
1 1 :00 "A LIFE FILLED TO OVERFLOWING
..... ?it message from Romans $ on Holiness of Heart,"
6-00 YOUTH AND ADULT FELLOWSHIPS
"The place for Christian training in Christian Hvtng.
:00JONAH, THE WHALE, AND Q0D"
it truth or flctiont Can we trust Biblical facts? Sear Pi
j, ,a ine yrum aooui ,.c man wno iraw w w i iwni.
WURSERY PRqyDED 'EYERYBobl
i i "I 4'
:Tfce) apprrel Slgned-SteTt "SlOPUUir 4 In 1 ,;
SYSTIM far eemmorcloi YsMdev
cmplte Shrlng protoctUn vr
hirfs au you r:D
The HSMtXAUH Switch, ISagnal ISagnal-Stat
Stat ISagnal-Stat double-faoe DiroetfMkel
Lamp, for front of ehictv 2
Signad-SUt Combtnatkm Stop,
Tail and Directional Letrnpe for
rear of Tehkltv Jost
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
x 1 FOR TlKNMO'ANO fASilNO A touch of tr- sinI Wr n the'
famoos "Swniaa" switch makes both front and rear kmpo on either
da of tbe vehkW fleah cW, rx
:". turnina riaht or left or chanrinf lanea to pewa. Snal-Stat
- Umpe on front of Thicle flash amber forward, rwf to rear, mntl-tmt 1
" lamps fUihTed...BnnuaaM
2 FOR nOFftia Ot IRAKWO The same. 8k5NAL-Stat Imjo
a hriifht. wmerful warninx when brakee are applied. Tho
tificaDy deairned rwflectccs and leneee, whkh make them so hiby7ft1
ae Diractaotasi ffirK furnish maxim um 8ror- Laoan psxtaKtios aa
i both sides of the ehick. V
3 FOI-TAH UCHT ftOTECTlON-ComrUnt protection while drirfaaj s
tl night fa aesared, since these same remarkable combination roar lamps alaw
gire a eJaar, stronf, continuous Tan. IioaT many times stroncer thaa
erdinary US UghU .1. on both sides of the vehicle.
A FM ; IMWCOICY lOAOSTOf AIICa-"SIQLAa, proridea s s-abied
abied s-abied ehiclee with positive all around protection eron beore the drree
' apena the cab door. Just a flick of the epocial wing ler o the switch sad
. aJl 4 signal lamps flaah a simultaneous on, and off warning signel thai
; alerts and slows down oncoming traffic.
ONIT TNI "SIGFlAtI- SYSTEM PI OVID IS THIS All AIO0M9
'- UwHTWO AND SlONAirNO flOTICTIOH. A.aJatJi wwelhwea
. t mi
Sign al-S tat
ixucnoNAt ncNAis v swrrocs hasho
PANAMA ; -AUT6;S. A.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY JJEWSPAPER
Army Adopts New Procedure!
For Reasignment Of Personnel
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PRESIDENT OF PANAMA FETED BT DIPUTADOS .
AT GATHERING AT TABOGA ISLAND
The PresWerit of Panama Ernesto de la Guardla Jr. wti
Wetea by the Dfputados of the National Assembly at ft gath gathering
ering gathering at Tabog Island ytsterday.
'TZ ihe President Is Tisiting the Island for the weekend.
Rplit To Birthday
rvn Thursday, the official (Birth-day-
of Her Majesty Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth II, the British Charge d" Af Affaires
faires Affaires and Mrs. Edward ti i g g a
gave a reception in the morning
for the Panamanian Authorities,
the Heads of Diplomatic Missions.
in Panama and the uvu ana mil military
itary military Authorities of the Canal
Zone and their wives. Mr. Biggs
toasted the President of Panama
and His Excellency the Minister
for Foreign Affiars, Lie. Aquilino
E. Boyd, toasted The Queen.
" In the evening the British
Trflreri d Affaires and Mrs. Biggs
gave a reception for members of
the British (Jommonweiatn com
munities in Panama. The toasts
f the President of Panama and
jtt The Queen were 'honored and
THr. Biggs gave a short address
-to his guests.
-y The following telegritm w-as
,aent to Her Majesty !rhe Queen
-by the Charge d'Aff aires:
'ffiritish community in Panama
desire me to convey their humble
duty and their loyal and heart-
'felt good wishes on the occasion
-of your Majesty's. Brithday," and
pit following reply has been re received
ceived received from Her Majestry:
" ) "I send you my sincere thanks
'.'for-your kind message on the eel-
,cQauon ot my Birthday.
vV fliiabeth R."
"Mrs. Charles O. Bruce
Feted At. Card Party
1 At Amador Officers' Club
-Mrs. Charles 0. Bruce of the
.Health Director of the Panama
Canal was guest of honor at bridge
'luncheon given by Mrs. Theodore
Arias, Mrs. Ferrucio Bartoli and
Mrs. Robert Rupp at Amador Of-
! ficers' Club yesterday.
Mrs. Bruce will leave with her
two children Michael and Marine
next Wednesday for a six week
vacation in -the States.
Club Gives Coffee
Far BHS Graduates..
At a coffee held oa Wednesday, College there.
the senior girls- from Curundu who
graduated last week from Balboa
High ScftooH were -guests of non non-or
or non-or of the Curundu Women's Club.
Seniors attending "were the Miss Misses
es Misses iBetty Coppenhaver, Julia May
and Connie bamson. Anotner sen
ior, Miss Harriet Critch, was un
able to attend.
One jf the club members. Mfs,
Ann Shepherd, who is leaving for
Germany, was presented with a
charm in the fori of 'a Panama
niau silver dollar.
Members attending were: Presi
dent, Connie Reich art, Ann Shep Shepherd,
herd, Shepherd, Polly Hamilton, Melida A.
Bembenek, Jean Brady, Aurelia
Jameson. Doris Soudy, Mari. Red-
dine. Mariane Mrchi. Ellen Moo
dy, Gloria Brown, Lily Blumberg,
Thelma Guibert, Anabelle Leap,
Carolyn Brown and Hattie Laird.
Guests were: Mrs. Sophia Bauch Bauch-man
man Bauch-man and her dauehter. Miss Flor
ence Bauchman. Miss Lucille L.
Saxton and Melba Jankus.
Will Be Celebrated
. At the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa, Father's
Day will be celebrated at the Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning breakfast hour for
the military personnel and their
In honor of the occasion a spe special
cial special menu will be served, and
Mr. David de Castro, Chairman of
the Committee of Management
will be the speaker to welcome all
the guests and their friends.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the military and their depend dependents
ents dependents to attend the Sunday Break
fast hour from nine a.m. until
Students Arrive ;
Miss Elaine Greene, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Greene ar
rived from the States today ac
companied by Miss Soma Lince.
Both young ladies have been stu students
dents students at Dominique in Cladwell,
N.Y. Miss Greene is in High
School ; and .Miss Lince In Junior
Mr. And Mrs. Dixey
Fated At Datoadida
1 co-worxers ana personal friend
of Mr. and Mrs.- James J- Dixey
gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Monteatn at sonny
Boy last evening for a "despedi "despedi-daaa
daaa "despedi-daaa at which Mrs. Carson Davis
was co-hostess with Mrs. M on
teath. About seventy five guests
attended ; the a f t ai r ..which
was climaxed by the presentation
to the Dixey s, ironv tneir menas,
of a silver chaong dish. ; ... r
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' Mr. Dixev has been Assistant
Station Manager for Pan Ameri American
can American Airways at Tocumen and is
being transferred to Marquetia,
Venezuela, where he.) will assume
a similar position
. Mr. and Mrs.Dixey and their
three sons are leaving today.;,
Texans To Drill.
40 Oil Wells
BUENOS AIRES. June 15 (UP)
Tbe government of Argentina
has announced that two Texas
oilmen Edward and Philip
Laughlin. are going to drill 40
new wells ior we government 011
The 'Lauehllns will aupply
equipment and technicians for
the exploration. The work la
scheduled y get underway in
October In Tierra del Fuego on
Argentina s southern up.
HUASCO, Chiles June J5 (UP)
At least six and probably 10
men died here when the Chilean
freighter "Maria" capsized and
sank near Huaaco, Chile. Two
survivors of the ship were found
exhausted on, a beach near
Huascd today. They said they
escaped from the ship in a life lifeboat
boat lifeboat with six companions, all of
whom drowned when the life lifeboat
boat lifeboat sank. The others were be believed
lieved believed to have gone. down with
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IC0 PURE INSTANT COFFEE
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tWcv linv'MipriiFS -;-,Mr WrneRLi-de la Guardla St.. wife of the President of Panama,'
Wrchea at the head ofJthe Red Cross procession jesterday morning. Mrs. de la Ouardia is
the president of the Red Cross in ranama. -.-
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jSh-irtwaist dresses are for little girls this spring, too.. This one
Is in a fabric that's a blend of dacron-and-eotton, is both licht licht-I
I licht-I weight and opaque. It has a set-in bib with rows of lace as
trim., Lace' Is repeated as edging and as trim on collar and doll
sleeves. By GAILE DUG AS, NEA Women's Editory4 &
CO M I N G
OF ST. LOUIS"
. EacK ootlet for inclusion In Mim
' column should be?: submittod w
rypa-written form and mailed ao
l tho boa Dumber listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," oi delivered
by hand to the office. Noticot of
meetings cannot; be accepted b
Meets Tuesday .V i
The Unitarian Society, earlv' in
ti new caienaar year, is nartirt.
patine in -a Re-evaluatinn WppW
There will be an analysis Of the
neeas ana aims of the congrega
tion tomorrow, at 10:30 'a.m. un
aer ine-ieaaersnip' or Mrs. w. 'w.
McCauley, and, a similar "study
will be conducted bv the Women'
Ainance :at its June meeting this
Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Both meetings will take nlacii
at the Unitarian Meeting' Houm.
362 Ancon Boulevard, in Ancon.
luemDers ot inese organizations
are urged to attend and to contrt
uuie uieir taeaa aurmg tne discus
sion period accompanying each oc occasion.
casion. occasion. :y
A new- policy establishing unW their ass-igned unit, or whose sec-
form procedures for the reassign
ment oi an individual, to a new
permanent dutv station when re
quired to be present for dutv at a
station othei than, his assigned one
oecame elective, last. week. Head;
quarters f U.S .i. Army Caribbean
SaiQ.. v'i-. ..:,: :.: v..
As stated in Memorandum 41.
Headquarters U.S. Army Carib
bean, the new nohev; which sets
the Atlantic side as one metropoli
tan area ana me pacific side as
another, is applicable to: person person-lel
lel person-lel who are to be reassigned from
one organization ; to another with-
m tne same area but outside the
requesting commander's jurisdic
tion; personnel not authorized dis
location allowance and who i
required to perform duties beyond
the area limit of the individual's
permanent -station, and persqnnel
wno are autnorizea dislocation al allowance
lowance allowance and .who may perform du duty
ty duty for more, than 90 days outside
the area of their permanent sta-
uun. An exception is maae n ine
latter for personnel who return to
The next reeular meeting of St
reier s vnurcn mutual OJcnent So
ciety of La Boca will be held
Tuesday Jun25 t 8 p.m. v J iS
A refeoft Orf the sctrvitiea of rte j-
porganizauon' wm- htr given at this
The Pacific Steam llavigalion Company
(INCORPORATED BT ROTAL CHARTER 1S40V xf-:
PAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PEED AND CHILE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ...i June 19
S.S. "KENUTA" '. -Jne 8
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENAJLA OTJAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU.' BERMUDA. SPAIN
-.j,.,,. .... AND FRANCE -
M.V. "REINA DEL' PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons.) June 27
SJ5. "REINA DEL MARt (20,225 Tons.) r t : V" J-"
(Air-Conditloned ) Aug. 10
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "POTOSI" (,...t..f(if....,.JiiMfl
M.V. "SALAMANCA" .............JulyJ
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND ...
'i AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "BRIlTAni" ;....
S.S. TOCH AVON" ......
. .Jury t
ALL SAPLINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
-V V TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL S-16545 !; (
PANAMA: M237J BALBOA: 2-1905
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. vou wiU lie - -;-V-;
Bus Boycoll King
Says Veep Will
Visil Soulh Soon
. t WASHINGTON, June 15 ."UP
The leader of the Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther King ay Vice pres president
ident president Richard Nixon will visit
the South soon,
' .... .....
King1 met 'with the Vice Pres President
ident President In Washington for two
hours today. The Negro leader
told newsmen that Nixon has a a-greed
greed a-greed to come South with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's committee on
Government contracts..1 Nixon Is
chairman, of the group. ,
King says Nixon, will look Into
Fair Employment Practices in
the South. He says the commit committee
tee committee will meet in some major
southern city. .prooaoiy Atlan
ta or New Orleans.
The Negro clergyman met with
Nixon to lay before him a plea
for stronger administration lead
ership in the Civil Rights cause
He says he asked Nixon to
come south to explain the moral
terms of Civil Rightsto urge
all southerners to uphold the
constitution by supporting the
Negroes right to vote and to
call together all Republican leg
islators to rally their support ior
cava Rights. v :.-.
NEW YORK-June 15 if UP V
Woodrow Verhey. 44. of New -York
was arrested on a charge of mali
cious miscniei today after the au automobile,
tomobile, automobile, he was driving- collided
with a cabin cruiser- and sank in
9ft taut, nt i.(''-.'-':f'f J
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Verhey 's auto went out of con control,
trol, control, raced across the lawn of a
private home and crashed into the
cruiser tied ip at a pier. Verhey
ana qis two companions -were
pulled .from the t water by' Louis
Andrews, owner of the boat.
To Buy Fleet
" TAMPICO. Mexico. Juna is mpi
An undetermined numhtr of
uirrtnani vessels over 5,000 tons
will be purchased in the United
States bv the Meyiran ohlnniner
H mvw ... ....
lum i aim an ouiciai said today.
Company official -Rene Ferreira
said he has lust returned f mm
New Orleans, where he made ar
rangements for the purchase. ;.
He did not soecifv tha amnnnt
of the, investment or ihe number
iREAL HAIR-RAISER Paris
model Jacqueline Bertrand dis displays
plays displays the latest in fantastic and
fancy free hair doe at the
Grand Fellowship Fantasy
Competition of the NaUonal
Festival of Hairdressing held-in
London. The "cool coiffure Is
1 by Raymond Descbamps.
ond or subsequent station change
is coniempiaieg ouring toe tiscal
au an exception to the foregoing,
"personnel who are entitled to dis
location allowance and who are
required to perform duty for pe-'
riod of less than 91 days "outside
of the metropolitan area of the in individual's
dividual's individual's permanent duty station
will be processed as temporary dit ditty
ty ditty All such requests will be for
warded in accordance with Mem-
orandum 27, Headquarters U. S. :
Under the new policy, military
personnel otherwise entitled to dis
location allowance may be entit-
led to a dislocation allowance when
they are reassigned front a per-
manent station ta tne Atlantic a
rea to a permanent station in the
Pacific area; or vie,. versa, and
when their dependents are relocat relocated
ed relocated from one area to another be
cause of the military sponsor s re reassignment.
assignment. reassignment. s,ri
Some of the factors to be con-
sidered by unit commanders be before
fore before submitting requests for the
reassign ent of personnel from
one 'metropolitan area to another
are: wnemer or not personnel wiu ;
be authorized dislocation allowance
and if so, whether or not entitle
ment to dislocation allowance was
previously accrued or paid during
the same fiscal year. When the al allowance
lowance allowance will accrue in connection
with a permanent change of duty
station, except ior important rea reasons,
sons, reasons, personnel may not be reas
signed a permanent duty station
within ,u.5. Army uanooean tun tuning
ing tuning the fisck! year they are sched
uled to return to me umtea states
or area. of residence. ,4 , ,
Requests' for permanent change
of station either-from one metro,
politan area to another or from
one organization to another with
in the same area must be submit'
ted throush channels to Headquar-
in w a y-i tl 1
ten U.S. Army cariDoeant
" SAN JUAN. Argentina. Jtine 15
(UP)---Presldent Pedro Arambuy"
ru of Argentina has rowed he
will carry out his political pro program
gram program despite the opposition' of
enemies. Speaking in the pro-,
vln'clal capital of Sari Juan, Ar
gentina, Aramouru said he Is de determined
termined determined to surrender power to a
new president next "May first. He
added that whatever the regime
even the pewmista it V will
have army support, p j ;
You can make your newsboy's
Job much easier If you are sura
to pay him promptly, a paper
rout is often a boy's first ex experience
perience experience In the business world
and his customers can help him
realize the Importance of belug
businesslike." : ; ;
So be businesslike In youf
dealings with ain. ... r : -
Prevent licit fc&h
aa. aavaraaat atraatarch
bbm anttn, aaaaa clan
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2 DAYS LEFT
k As we pout to honor our earthly fathers,' let us
, renew ond strengthen our relationship with the
. greotest father of oil -Jehovoh God '
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: 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (A dtss for every age)
Sunday School is a famUf affair; therefor tot provide 4
. adult classes for parents and I departments with 30
, classes tor boys, strlt. and young people.
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10:40 -WHEN A HOUSE BECOMES A H0Mr;
When ma tinned the home became disorpanlsed: thus
Cod gave a divine organization to restore the horn.
6:30-BAPTIST TRAIMNQ UNION
There is a thirst for training and skiSs tn our aoe: has it
, touched your Christian life A trained Christian
is more useful to God, . y
7:30 "WHAT IS A CHRISTIAN 7
The term Christian means little today; it must be defined. I
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A O T n E R OF PESTLE'S GOOD THINGS
SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1957
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Sunday Massaat 6 .AO and a.v -Holy
Dav Mama; and 1:00 p.nv
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6:00 an4 :30 jn- I'
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Sunday Maaaea: 60 and (40 "V
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SSSam CI : :U pjn. Sunday.
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TINC'jrrB Batobaa Ota
In ana and a
liU pLaa. Sauirday.- 1
Ca!eMMm Claas: la-ea a at. an aaaaoas
Cirrrarl CaMa every bt 0007 at la
afiraeuioaa Medal Bavanat 1 aa nja
jarred Baart Biaaaai 10 aaa. an
borxuy .: I u am
Holy Dar Maat: 10 B.m.
Contealontt (JO ta T0 pta OV Bat
uroay. 1 -.-.
Cateehlmit Clamr aim e.M nrt Monday
' OUB LABI -OT GOOD COOMUBL .!
'- ' GanbM
Sunday afaaaaai ima iad tH a.aa.
Holy Day Maaaaat SAO aaa. and f -"Oil
Canfeatlarai Saturday at (M n.aa.' and
iter iu wanuia aavouona. .'j w.
dapuama ay appoBMment.
Mlraeuloua Medal Novanai tM aja.
on Tuaaday.. ..(
1 sacrad Heart Havanai im pja an
Kelielnua Inatnu-tion rim tm fi.iL
uren: a:w p.m. on xnuraaay.
Rellaioua Inatruetfen (or adulta (Coav
tuetad u Snaaiahli IM u alto.
onart thstroetlon by tapoinbnana.
Tha Bt Baa. ft. Baaar fudia. B.TJB.
Tba Very JUr, Main art A
' faaaa :
AJNCON. CX '
;tbk catheubal op st. tun
JflO Am Aaly Conununlon.
am Santa) Communloa (4tb Sunv
' r oay. 1
130 a.m. Church School,
P:4b a.m. Eacuela DomlnlcdL
11M a iu. Mornlna Praver and
noiy communion, irirat Bun-
,. oay. :
1m pra. Avaning Prayer add Sermon
a1 40 am. Holy Communion.
14)0 paa. Xveiuns Pray en
r HOLT DAYS
:00 -a jn ttorr commonioii '.
a aa Holy Commuinen.
' - OAILtr? 1
J:U a at. Morning Prayer. -''
M Mb-day Miwuonary Prayanv
,' COCOLt i '5
. Choxch ef SL Aadreer ;'
Tha Bv. William W. Bautwia,
- r.l..l fa. nmvmm.
AU1J vvuuiiuuuin '...
ranuiy rrayet ana
(Ala4 Holy Communloa 2nd. 1
unday. each month)
' Morning Prayer A ScraMt) ILDO SJa.
uuao noiy communion laL
Sunday each month!
Holy Communion ...f...v : SJB.
CHapei at Tba (toad Sbrabtid
Tha Bar, Claraara W. aUfaa,
a-neai aa uuarao
IM aja. Momma Pravar.
tint Friday each Month),
St.. SinMin'a. tf:haa.A ..
Tha Bay, John pea&? prieat to CaarfO
Choral BuehartM and Sar
9m a m
I to p at
1:00 p re
T M pja
Epiacopal Young Churchmen
Eveneonz and Sermon
and FRIDAYS r" J
Morning Prayer aad Holy
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman'a Auxiliary, and and
4th Thuradava ....... 7dt nja.
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
Holy CornnTunio& ...... 4 7:0Q aja.
meaning rrayer -cta.. .' nw a.m.
Evening Prayer ........... IMaa
Pamilr Eucharist g:0 a.m
OKlca ot CompUaa t:M pja.
' Bt Pvtara Chamk
Speaa, rrtoat hi Caanto
... v. -"
Horning rrayer ana Cnorea
....i.... ........ am
Eudautat aad San
tnoa t .......... waaj aja.
Holy Baptism ............ U:M noon
Evenaona and A a fares' .... ISO
womana Auxiliary ....... w a
THURSDAYS ar feabx Luaia u
Holy Carnanmton ......... in aja.
Chapel of tha Holy Cornforter
Ton. U a Bandar. Prieat ta Caawga
ao aaa. soty wrnraunian.
Cbarab at St. Maifawt
4a ajn. Pioly
I U ajn. Church School
11 .DO a m. Mora ma 1
Laat Sunday aaen Maatn, BMP
THURSDAYS and fiOLY DAYS :
I JS a m. Hoty cumauniuii.
Chaaat g Oaa SayaaeV'
Tha Bra. Allan B. Wantt,
Maat la Cbana
Tba Bar. DarM A.
IUNDATb f r
aaa am. Choral
a aa am. infant Dull.
1 Cbureb School
heid ta nuuenna uu
am. Youth FaUowahrp -jjT-taa)
naa. Raw a and ; Addraaa,
brut and 4th WSDN
130 p ra. womaaa xiumtj
tar Crufid Meeting.
,v'' f AM AM A CfTY V:
- Bt PaaJ's
Tba teaa amaal bMrtef
Tke tn. ran B. Aba an. E
0a am, rTety ctmmuaxm
000 a m nana Bacraaraa at
W:k am Maiiib
Et-ol not Boty
00 aa Ff oasniurwon
t-oo ajn. Evang
14 r m. Hon?
ana a-aa. alow
tJUUSI CRTm BY-T3jVSZA
- Cc"n. 1.
lOeaaaaHa HMl aiTVe t
Ta Pav. Jtiaaa Peear P
ao a m noiy
I .4 am. 1
ae am C"l P
)- am. C"r
Baaary A. Bmaa. dainnisa I ;
? V. I CCTT CnTtoSB
' tTCRDAYS I t traar, i 'rW, (S.
1 ifuJ C-wnall
CBWrflsBaBlBBBfc I anrn'. T'sfltaSaaaBL taBaBaBBBaV
"re'er. I Ben TV. t-.-, CJ.
-aj-K ant taws at I faawa e-tal
tin ag and Pee-f 9rwal Eerw, r,da null Peiawai
4t"s t byV. rmV (f0mmmrtrttmmr
tJm pm aoir.g f-raser afd t a.
J0 p.,Adult ConflrmaUqa Claaj.
C:00 pjn. Evening Prayer and Madita-i
t-00 gJO. Children's ErKharirt. -'
' SATURDAY . '
10 a Jn. Junior Confirmation Class,
I'M pjn. Complin aad Meditation.
'X'A RAINBOW CITY '
:C CboK of st. Mary, the Vrrgfa :
, Xba. Bey.' Joho A. Spalding, V
SUNDA1S ' "f
Suns AnchbrM t a.a
rCiwrub nchool ........... 06 am
Evens'Sis and aaiimai .... Taa n-m
uojy cottunmuon, ig am
i. 4 Klo ABAJO :
St Chria top har't Chareh 1 1
' 10th Street, Farqua Lefevra '.,
Tha Bay- Clarence W. Hayea,
" Priest fat Chargr
The Ba. Clarence A. CragwalL v ;
,S:0 ajn. Holy Communion. '
7:30 a.m. Sung EOchartst and SVrmeM.
to -at a jo. Morning Prayer and Church
U0noon Holy Baptism.
' d:30 o.m. EvalianiM aind Bajimai. 1
-M pun. lniaMSrd Woman s Auxl-
TVESDAYS r- 1
,9M p.m. junior Daughter ax ut
King. v ;
T:S0 pas. Youth PeltowsaiB. ""
WtXNESTAYS ' '!
no a.m. Holr Cuiiuniiiiluii.
f ,-00 pm, Evening Prayer and Religious
- uauvciionav ; .1
0:00 pat. Ctrls rrlandly Saciety. i
g:00 p.m. 1st and trd. Singlatona. -.
0:30 am, Jenior Confirmation Clam
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
Ancon, CZ. w,
Mlntrters Bar. Ebaer O. Melaan J
. Boa at, Anoaa. CJ. Balboa iMOt
Sunday School 0:4t a.m
1 'worsnip ......... suidu a.m
Evening Service ..........
.NjT.M Sarvico ...
Prayer Moating. Wod. ....
1 ;oo p.m.
BATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH :
Panamd Rj, 23rd Straat East
a : a. n.
1 jkhavaips wrnresSEf
MMtbiaa Thursday at 730 pjn. and
Sunday at 4:00 pm. Wir
CHURCH OP JESUS CBMWf
OT LATTEB-DAY SAINTS. (Morassa)
Sunday maetlnaa In tha
on HaiDoa Roea.
Sunday sonoot ....... 10 am
Saeramant Meeting -.0:00 pm
Primary; Monday ........ :30 pjn.
Relief Society: Tuesday... 1:30 an).
MIA; Wednesday 7 JO pja.
Telephone 1 Balboa 4227. '
. Atlaatie Bmsun ftrjuiK-
School, Sunday' i. 8:8 atnv
ant meeting Sunday 11M am.
ood meetina WedT. id am.
Saoramant meetino Sunday 11:0 am
Priesthood meeting Wad... d30 pm.
rrn treaneeaay- BiaV pjn.
Relief Society aa annaimced.
Talephene. Catua M ar Cristobal 2ftt
CURUNDV PBOTESTAin CrTURCa'
1-"A Warai BanrtsA caortJ" 4
. Milton B. LcMlg, Minister
Vhona Red 3-711l Ot, W-.tO
Sunday School ........ 03 ant
iA class for ovary age) i
Morning Worship 11 am.
Youth TaUowahlp ......... 0 pm
evening worship .,...... T.-OO pxn.
Praia (Wad.t 7:00 am
nuracy ia provided fa Four
OUt CATHOLIC CM UBCS
Bt Bnpaaal Tba Aritsiajil
Uth St Wast Nat 1
gory BucbarhrU Sunday a) taw am
Til 1. Tl' tn i I mmA
Saeramant at Oaanon (Ht
iC Flint Suada aaF aaam
T. aamaa, D. tk
gnOfaannfaBt 4anaTw'0aJsOr Anf sna,da.na4 A
FeUowahlp Worafaap at MmM line am
Sunday Scnool at ............ 1:0 am
latum an ins a mm.o sao
' BARA1 CafTPN
84 rkat straat
sarntx Mission csfORCS
, Espeleba St. Parana, CZ.
: ator Weldaba BV Btowart. Paatar
Bunday i ux am, Worahto Baaaaaay
IM pa. Sunday School.
1:1 pm. Oospel Servica. '"
Mondayl 73 Yoaste Paaaanra Baalaty
Wednaedaas 130 aflrl weak Qnlia
TTMraOayt im cnoar Barieanat
Frlaayi tM WeaaeaV Manlnraary 84
' THB CNUBCB Of OOD
Vats JP1 J") T
Sunday StStot asm aja.
aannung worship 83 am
.......... ... m i an pm
rrMT Cnubcb or Aoo
Saw. U, Cam
Morning Worahin ..a........ t o ut
Sunday Scnoet ...m....... 1030 aaa
. .... javw a
11 nd am.
Hagbt aWrVtoa M-
TAB arrnjcfi ryy on Bto Abato
nam Wat. A
mawtfVey gV a naanaw nnaiet a4A 9 $Q alB
Mavdng waranm 8 3 am
Kigbt Samoa ....M.MMM 130 an
(WlltCA OP Coo
, Bav. B. K. Bt
Paaaa B-iiA tun 861.
Tarn haa at Pata aai r I
afra. fiarenan U krtaL C'ven. BJ
See. Fana-4 LnrrMret Bio Abate
Re, and atrv C win w. rnaaV.
Catre tne. and Mra. Gurftard Cti
7 a am
Divine worsnip a.......... ?:jo am.
6unday School ............ S:00 pra
Sunday Maesas .7, IM UAS
atit. anuL. auP. Sundaa bonuot ei
Ma w.w a.m..iH.Ht
' nS CrTTtacN 3T QOa
Mr PI all Htasa. Pnato
I PBd.y s.-n4 -- l ta
I7aaa Fvie ......
y-anj' a i--rVa
Bed. li as
fWer 1st pm 4a pm
Posts and : Bases
Sunday School .,
Bunday School iBuildW Rot
Morning. Worship ,..v 10J0
: mursday evening Mid-Week
Serrle ........ T.-30
Youth FellovrthipurMlay 0:00
Sunday School .
. Worship Service. Madden
'Worship Service, Rio Hate .... .1:19
Christian Youth Fellowship 0:00
Soldier's Fellowship ThurS. .7:00
Oiiieer'a Chiistlaa Uniorw-Thur. gU
ALBROOS AM' FORCE BASE '
Sunday School .
Adult Bible Class NCO Club).. 030
Morning Worship ...... t JO A 10:49
UA. NAVAL STATION.
punoay pcnooi ....... Base
Morning Worship M
Holy Communion rtrat Sunday
o? Mnth -i-. k:;. '';
Uth NO HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL :
, aiornmg woranip ........... PflD
(Holy communion First Sunday
of Month). 7 ,
Naval Radio SUtion, Summit... f:00
FORT AMADOS I
Daily Mate .......... w( t:S0
.. Sunday Maaass ........ 7:00 A 8:80
Joniessiona. Sawrday ...030 as 730
Sunday ........ ........ 1:00 a :2
FORT CLAYTON ft
Dally Maaa :
Sunday Maaaaa ..........7 0K
Confessions Saturday -,. 0:30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBE -K!'.i.i';i5:
-Daily MaM...........,.,..A. :I5
-Saturday Masse 0:00
Sunday Maaaea ........ 8 W0 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
. Confessions Saturday 0:08 A 7:30
COROZAL ; :
Sunday Mass .................. 1030
ALBROOK AOI rORCat AU
uauy maaa ........... w.vv
Saturday Masa ............ 7:00
Sunday Mass ......... 7:45
as la w
Tovena aervices.ineaaay.' i. . m.
U.S. NAVAL STATION; stOAnaB 5
nunaay aiaaa .........t........
a m 4 tJwf mm, P
. . J
ALBnOOS AOI rOXCB BA91 X-
USOWB (Balboai -
ATLANTIC B1PB :
FORT DAVIS r
Sunday School Bldg 851
Morning Worship .'
Prayer Feliowship Aids
,0". ChP. n".t""i"a
. t-yP &,
FORT CTJIICK x .A. K
Sunday School t. ....... ....... C30
f Morning Worship; ...... M:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... '4:30
01 DISK, atMiajt YT truilVaUJ a a w
Udiea Chapel jpuiid, lit Tburs. 13
Bible, Study, Wednesday ....... :30
U A.' NAVAL" STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday School ................ 1:30
Morning Wcaahtp ......'......A 110
Holy Communion Flrat Sunday
.'; ...! CatnaUa i ...
Contrast one: Saturday .........
Saturday Masa .......
Sunday Maasea ,'...,
. 4:00 A
OA naval station, con not
Ifnty awUM MMttNMMtilltttt
Greeb Orthodoa asaiiuai are conduct
ed at the Church at tha AnuneiaUon.
Via Bellaario Porraa, Baa Frandaco da
la Caiete. Parianw CMy. RJ. and at
tha Church at St Anthony. Aventda
Melahdea, Colon, RJ. en ajtarnato Sun.
day at 03. Far furlhar Intornatton,
i mm ease er, naa. Army tawpaatn.
Waekbr Sarrtoas to as
SabBato Sebaol ess am
prrina Bervtoa UM am,
Youth' Meeting 430 pm
Wadoaaday Bibia Study and Prayer
Pacta Side PanaaU A Balboa Dtrtrlat
Pastor W. H. Bra liar Tel. Bt 80
Cab Verde. Ave. J. r. ma m cam gb
cbornoa sam no. sr
Puaoia Nan Svn Bt bstwtsn
and 4ut Sta.
Rio Abato UtB Bt Be. rr
Balboa Chanel 4d aierUna AA
baa iSatatrday eeuy)
Paata' Baben But
Panama, 4ne oanaa net a
Gamene A f rIVilaa
Metrtct paan A, i
let net e-lS .
Garokoa pranr reaavaj ssooim.
Auaaua gtda CoMn ana
pastor Beoiatt-Tet 8tt
Ceson Srd at at tentras ara uaa
bal lath at BotrVar Ava.
Central orn oo Paansn a sea ia b
trettare Board Bid. tTt-X La
bWa Bead Salboa. CJ. BaBbl Pslnaa
Sarvw Friday. I3B u, Be aar aay
Brnf mm trrirrata rwrnc
taad at rM a ii
mmm Oa. i a. paatea :
to. Baa ea
eWeay aWSmaa 8M ctont tat am
rvwe 8 ,i i. a 1 11 am
i hm at Harevrna fwi
ftea aaaaaaaj at aaatob enmaaee
saVvr Paaaa. Baaa aad I at aaa).
Conf aaua Kat BtieaHab taaas, A
Mde Cm awd batb StraK Betas Vaaaa
Paoetw Ore ta m as ta pan.
Shot b ll.'p, Leg
By Irate Husband
COLUMBUS. Ct.r Jtitie 15 fUP)
Samuel J. Fowler, ,30of Whith-
n-tt, Tex., was nospitanzed today
with pistol wounds be f received
authorities said, while fleeing aft
er beating the .wife of an attroney
Detective Chief H. T. Whiteley
said attorney J. Rupert Owens
fired 'five shots, hittina Fowler in
the left hip and leg as the man
leaped through a rear window of
Owens' home Thursday afternoon.
'Fowler.'' discharged from the
Army at nearby Ft. Sensing last
April 29, will be held on charges
of breaking ana entering ana s
sault and battery on Mrs. Owens
WhUeley gaid-.j ;
Owens last May 20 Swore -7 out
warrant charging Fowler with
KldnaDine his wife. Three aayi
later nohce received a long dfs'
tance call from Mrs. Owens say
tag she) was safe.' V'V
Police 'said Owens Called Thurs
day morning its report &"craay
man" was attempting to enter his
home. When 'officers reached the
home Mrs. Owens told them the
maa had left.'.S!j-:. t vM-i'
-Owrni told Holies he called hi
home, at half-hour intervals1, after
that and during his 2:30 p.m. can
became alarmed because his wife
aaemed ncrvou. He : Said X he
dashed some and caught Fowler.
Plans To Benefit
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
The United SteeiworKers union
says it plant to increase wage ana
fringe benefits for 200,000 workers
in steel fabricating plants to at
least, the, level of those for basic
It also said only tWd-year Son-
tract would be agreed to in this
year's negotiations covering wort
ers in 1,200 steel fabricating
plants, The purpose, it said ia to
have all the union's wage com
tracts' expire fn 1950 when
threcj-year cdritract covering
tie steel worker expire.
The declaration was made bv
the union 'a 170-maii Wage Policy
Committee. .. ; ..
Basic steel wage contracts pro
vided t. 20-cent hourly increase in
wages and other benefits last
year; followed by 12.1 cent raise
this year and 13.1 cent next year.
( ..." rt 4avAaMiwui
Basic steel workers also re
ceived a three-centhourly cost of
living pay increase 1n Janurv
and are scheduled to get at least
anotner loor cents gn.hour July l,
,. : :,-'. '-ffl". ,'X
The steelworkers average hour.
ly pay now is -$2.57 exclusive of
ue recent- cost of living hike.
Ps!ns Csused By
Thousands of unfortunate persons suf.
xer rrom ayspeptio. tryparaeidity,
stomach and other stomach ailment'
produced by excess acidity.
B these person would try drinking
siowiy, ararr men sneak (was of warm
water in which one tearpocofal ot
Neatraeid hm been dissolved, within
a abort wtuia they wtn be shl to an.
Joy. hearty maal without tear of add
A half alam of Warm WaW Mtnfaln.
big on taasooonful at Neatredd oulck.
ry nerpe aa neuarauxa inss excess acia
ity, thus .aiding in a mar rapid dJ
geation. Tou win Obtain rapid relief
m tha neary arid trnaoenfortaMe
foaling which bothers you. Neatraeld
not a laxative, la agreeable to the
nana and available at any drugstore
START T1IE DAY
.f -ya -t .' morningi. r or ioc one max
I'ci UcJ I tbLO get Nestle'. B-er Readf
, THE INSTANT hot wtter! It, deli-
CO CO A 1 ciooi-youll love that gkh'
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t'zis Rijttt In tie cup! v-
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: etch weld. This it from the
can crawi aown uiapipe oy itseu. Above, a Texa Corporatiurrl
' technician it starting the mechanical monkey on its Journey. It
mm d aioppca mv m joini ana
picked up on film on the outside
i. va.cu uy mi nun u uc uuisute ot ine pipe, iaier tecnnicians
study the developed fllm lor any defects which, might makej
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spices. So simple to use; satisfies the most da da-Mcate
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Try this delicious Sauce -with
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THE PANAMA AjtfEBlC W.-.ATT ilVlJEPLAimvr 1JATEY MUM AY IK
SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 133T
sz- 4 Kits
. 1 '.
i i i - y lt
Dig Ted Says He loused Up
idreat Opportunity' For 2nd
Home Run In Ninth Inning
') By MILTON RICJIMAN x '
'-.l NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)Big TedKluszew-
ki was "a bit disappointed" today, which baffled the
Cincinnati Redlees no end because all he did was
slam a homer, a double and two singles to keep them
within a half game of the National league lead.
, KluszewsM,. otf the disabled list
onjjptwo days, went on his tear
' against the New York Giants last
night in pacing the Redlegs to a
' 5-4 victory that snapped their four four-'
' four-' same' losing streak.
o what's he unhappy about?
S loused up a great opportune
the ninth inning," he chided
, himoelf. "Red Worthineton gave
vjn6"g real good pitch and I should
haveput it in the "Beats. Instead, I
" flied out to right field." 1
' the Redlegs had no complaints,
uBack in the Cincinnati lineup
'only the second day after being
sidelined all season, Klu con connected
nected connected for his homer with ene on
lit the sixth off one of Stu Mil
ler's "gravity pitches." That
jitreice a 1-1 Tie ana pur Tne Kta Kta-Seas
Seas Kta-Seas ahead to stay.
SKluszewski doubled in the fourth
fnd later in the inning slid home
safely, tender sacroiliac and all,
: on catcher Ray Katt's short pass passed
ed passed ball. In the eighth, he led off
with a single and subsequently
Stored what proved to be the win winning
ning winning run on Don Houk's single.
Cincinnati starter Joe Nuxhall
had a two hitter going until Wil-
- be Mays clouted his 12th homer
, wth -one on in the eighth. Hersh
Freeman came in to put out the
' The Milwaukee Braves clung to
first 'place with a 10-2 victory ov ov-ei
ei ov-ei the Philadelphia Phillies; Ju Ju-ntor
ntor Ju-ntor Gilliam stole home with two
but in the 10th to give Brooklyn a
t-i thriller over St. Louis, and the
Chicago Cubs snapped Pittsburgh's
. fite-game winning streak with an
U4 decision;; f
. In the American League, the'
White Sox maintained their four four--
- four-- game lead by humbling Washing
ton, 10-4, while the second-place
Yankees crushed Kansas City, 10-
, with the help of Mickey Mantle's
9th homer. Cleveland topped Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore 7-2, and Detroit wiped out
a, three-run deficit to beat (Boston,
I Southpaw Warren Spahn of the
Staves posted his seventh triumph
a his teammates racked four Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia hurlers for 13 hits, in including
cluding including -Hank Aaron's 17th hom hom-jen
jen hom-jen with two on. Loser Don Cardwell
Cave up Milwaukee's first four
frtflis and the Braves bopped on
rookies Dick Farrell and Seth
Morehead' for six more In. the
ninth. Snahn yielded three nits
one of which was Hip Repulski's
homer in tne nimn.
Gilliam made his game-winning
steal of heme with the bases full
when young Lindy McOaniel took:
a long windup. Ken, Boyer put
the Cards ahead with a second'
inning homer but the Dodgers
tied the score in the eixth on
walk and two singles. Don New New-combe
combe New-combe pitched an eight-hitter for
his fifth victory.,,''
The Cubs raooed out 17 hits. .In
cludmst four bv newly r acquired
Chuck Tanner, in sending Ronnie
Kline -down to his ninth setDacK,
Rookie Dick Drott was th winner
although orosoenty went to 1 ms
head with an 11-1 lead in the eighth
and be gave way to Don tiston.
Ernie Banks had a homer and a
pair of doubles for the Cubs in
their biggest run total of the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, ,:,'( n.;:" 'wi.
Al t6pez"White Sox turned? on
luckless Chuck Stobbs for ; four
runs in the first, inning and six
more in the fifth as the washing
ton southpaw suffered his 11th
defeat of the year against no vic
tories, wait Dropo homered in the
first inning. Dick Donovan nad a
shutout until Jim Lemon and Bob
Usher tagged him for homers in
the ninth. That brought in Bob
Keegan, who save up a homer to
Eddie Yost before retiring the side.
. r -The
Yankees knocked out Wil Willy
ly Willy Burnette with a live-run out outburst
burst outburst In the fifth inning as Tom
Sturdivant scattered eight KC
hits for his fifth victory. Mantle
hit hi homer with one on in
the eighth inning, but Bobby
Richardson, Hank Bauer, and Bill
Skowron led the Yanks' neffen
sive with three hits apiece.'"
Mike Garcia of the Indians pitch
ed his first complete game of the'
season and Dick Williams and Bob
Avila each homered in the victory
over Baltimore. Williams, obtained
earlier in the day from Baltimore,
had a aingle and a double in addi
tion to his homer. Billy Goodman,
playing his first game for the O-
rioles after being acquired from
Boston, homered in the ninth.
Duke Maas of Detroit contribut
ed a two-run homer off loser frank
Sullivan in helping himself to his
seventh victory. Harvey Kuefin sup
plied what proved to be the win winning
ning winning run with a homer off reliever
Bob Chakales in the seventh.
(Based on 125 Official at Bats)
Player and club c ab r h Pet
Hodges. Bklyn 51194 31 71 ,386
Musial, St. Louis SI 209 29 75 ,359
Fondy, Pitts. 47 188 24 67 .356
32 1ZB 10 43 JDZ
53 226 43 75 .332
52 206 19 68 .330
54 203 40 67 .330
43 179 31 59 .330
39 147 16 48 .327
52 168 32 53 415
Don a Johnson, Lovengiith Giving
New Life To T6r6nt6i'R60ir
NJEW YeRK, 'June 15 (UP) .ping t:.j opener, 1-2,' and taking
Don Johnson of. Toronto and Lvnn the niehtcan. n-i v
jvenKuia i rtocnesier a pair fint-sized Jackie CoUum won
or nuriers wnose basebau careers his third same in four decisions.
H. Smith, St. L.
Williams, Bos. 49 170 39 65 .382
53 179 51 68 ,380
43 129 15 45 449
52 201 36 70 .348
51 161 31 56 .348
51 197 30 65 .330
51 178 30 56 .315
Bertoia, Detroit 40 132 12 41 .311
Lemon, Wash. 55 211 26 65 .308
Power, K.C. 40 134 16 41.306
1 . M
total 25 years are breathing new
uie into tneir respective teams
and dispelling the notion that Rich
mood's Virginians' vwilll make a
runaway : of the International
League pennant race.
Lovenguth extended ms scoreless
skein to 11 innings last night, limit
ing the Vees to five hits, while his
Rochester teammates rapped out
13 in a 5-0 triumph. A three-run
eighth gave Richmond; a 5-3 vic
tory in the nightcap. ;
Johnson throttled Havana on two
hits while his Toronto teammates
collected nine including homers
by Jack Daniels and Russ Rac-r-'
to down the Sugar Kings, 6-0. i
ihe uuuaio Bisons split a twin
bill with the Columbus Jets, drop-
niuing a home run and spacmg
eight hits in leading the Montreal
Royals to i a 7-0 .victory over the
Miami Marlins, ,u
The standings and linescores
Toronto,.-. 32 23
Buffalo -' 29 25
' Bethel, Nardella 6) and Wat-
lingion; Lovengutn ana RlcketU
LP: Bethel. -'
Richmond 000 010 1305 4 0
Rochester. 000 002 100 3 5 0
Kite,-Jamesi(9) and chitii
Blaylock and S h a ntz. RR:
W iwiiw Maddern, Jackuk. :
00 .DM v m,f C wt.i-''
Columbus i 010 100 02 "TO
Buiiaio 004 420 lOx 11 14 0
KUdoo, Burtschy (7)1 and.Kra
vltz; Kretlow, Nagy i(6) and No-
Die, wpr Kiidoo. LP; Kretlow
HRrAltobelll. ( h
, 29 30
. 28 31
, -20 35
(First Game! Seven innings)
Richmond v 000 000 00 5
Rochester 120 220 x 7 13
.... lll. U T U U
Mays, Giants ..
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hoak, Redlegs ..........
(Four tied with 33 each)
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yanks ..........
Mlfioso, White Sox
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O "KELLY AND ME
Sunday "Qdongo Sunday Trapeze"
MARGARITA :15 8:25 CRISTOBAL 7:00
- t.i.v p.i.,. Alr-Condltioned
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Eddie Albert o Robert Mitchum
ATTACK "Heaven Knows Mr. Allison
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ALoU A 2:30 4:25 6:20 8:15
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(Based oil 6
BALBOA "SUMMER" LEAGUE
. TEAM .STANDINGS
Los Rios Rivers
Milwaukee Ab R H Po A
Bruton cf 5 0 0,1 0
Logan ss 5 2 3 2 3
Mathews 3b 5 2 2 1 1
Aaron rf 5 13 2 0
Torre lb 4 1 1 11 1
Thomson If .-5 0 1 2 0
O'Connell 2b 4 2 2 3 6
Sawatskl c ...... 3 0 1 4 0
b-Adcock 0 0 0 0 0
c-Malkmus 0 1 0 0 0
Crandall c 0 0 0 0 0
Spahn p 3 1 0 14
Totals 39 10 13 27 15
Another banner crowd witness-
ed the pin splitters at work Thurs
day night on the Balboa Alleys.
They got their money's worth .be
cause the crop of 200 games was
ihe largest of the eight weeks of
bowling. Also the best nign-senes
for a team was entered into tne
After gallons of amber color or
other shades of liquid refreshment
were consumed, one thing remain
ed unchanged,, that is the Albrook
Flyers widened their lead by three
points and now have a command commanding
ing commanding margin- of 'nine' games, '"v
i The Flyers were riven quite f a
scare by the Corozal Chiefs in the
first came. Midway during the
game, they were seven marks
down and the 'whispers throughout
the alleys were to the effect that
the Flyers were going to be
bumped off, but a, strong ; rally,
esoeciallv in the tenth frame; won
the ame for the Flyers by fine
la the second game they really
were flying the Jets, because they
massacred the Chiefs by 113 pins.
The Fire Chiefs, then noticed that
the Flyers' were flying Piper
Cubs instead of Jets and it was
easy to con tne airmen ny v
pins. For the Albrooks R f c h I e
Richardson posted a big 575, and
Leidner had a 515. For the Chiefs
Bowers chalked up a 546 and'Su
were" close both failing' by -one pin
auu ,ciuiJiy jor 41W,
V Diablo J, Rodman l1
.Both clubs stayed In -the first
division of the lea cup unlittina th
four points. WhUe the 1 Rodman
oiiers captured a single game,
they amassed enough pins to give
urcra mo io ai pin tail lor the
match. ':'.:';''-"...,, -"Billy
The Kid" Coffev th.
top bowler, as expected, having
a 596 series, slightly less than the
201 average he is sporting. Bob
Toland of the Rollers came 1 in
second best, with a 563.-Of the 10
vu ine i wo rosier i tt
teams, seven finished over 500
namely Graham, Toda, Bates, To-
uu, uiueon, waixer and coffee.
' parfan 3, Balboa 1
Farfan Fans fanned themselves
to the seasnri' hiih( iri., nt
2691, erasing the previous high of
okh bki oy Las kios. itvery man,
Malek Barnick, Brown Seim and
ureenneid nad 500 series, but is
was a member of the short enders
Boas that produced the best score
of the match, when 'Boyer tossed
'576,.aA pins .better than ( Seim s
The Boas bv winnlnf at least
one point saved themselves from
being buried alone in -the cellar.
They now enjoy the company of
mo Amaoor sailors in that anot
In the middle game of the tri-
game marcn, two isoas and : one
Fan missed the honor roll by one
measly pin, Carrido, Barbour and
staieo au nad 199. v t" a
Curundu 4, Los Rios 0 '-'
Now here washe iumrUe of
the evening. After winning only
seven points in seven weeks, the
Curundu Comets became, red hot
and dried up the Rivers complete completely,
ly, completely, a washout bv 4-0. With this
decisive victory the Comets rais
ed themselves out of the crater in
the team' standings With Lou
marriba had a 520.
Cocoli 3, Amador 1
Hack's 565 and Gerry Sturees' 545
the Comets were never in any
danger, winning each game by r
comfortable margin. For the1 easy
iiowuig nivers,. last wees s neroe
Larry Rudy was the best,, fur far
below last week's performance. He
had a 512. t and the only 'one 'on
j ms team to break wo.
Chuch McGarvey- came out of
the temporary slump he suffered
last week with the best series, of
the night 607, which was the only
entry in the 600 ciun uus weea.
As a result the CocoU- Piimi
swayed to a 3 to 1 advantage over
the Amador Sailors.
The first two games were not
close, but in the finale, the sai-
los put together an 834 game, to
chop down the Palms for ene
mi. Other than McGarvey. on
ly one other pin smasher had a
sou series, umaoer oi ui inns,
with a 526. Spindler and Knock
1 a .'..- "vl
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Columbus 010 300 000 4 13 1
Buffalo 044 420 lOx 11 14 0
Sawyer, Burtschy .(3), KUzava
(4, orunwald (5) and Peterson:
Herbert, Nagy (4) and Noble. W:
Nagy. L: Burtschy. HR: Ortiz
(Bfl) third, two on. HR: Nobie
(Bfl) third! bases empty. HE:
Nagy (Bfl) fourth; bases empty.
Miami : -; 000 000 0000 0 8 0
Montreal 010 101 22x 7 12 1
Qualters. Mason (7). Hunsin-
ger (8): and Bucha; Collum and
Roralng. : L: Qualters. HR: Col-l
t u ;j-
Havana 000 000 000-v-O 2 0
Toronto 000 122 01x6 9 0
Scantlebury and Garcia: John
son ana KoseuL hks: ksc. Dan
St Louis ,.'.
New York .
Chicago id .
.319 13 Vi
TODAY'S GAME ,
Cincinnati at New York (
1 Milwaukee at Philadelphia
y St. Louis at Brooklyn
Chicago at Pittsburgh
; AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet
cmcago , 34 17
New York 31 22
Detroit 30 25
',. 23 30
. 23 81
4. H9 38
, New .York at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Chicago l- -Boston
at Detroit -i"
. Baltimore at Cleveland '
Milwaukee 000 003 106 10 13
Phlia., : : v 001 000 001. 2 ; 3 1 llman and THnnrin nin.v
flnnhn r irnl Qanratsb-I 1 m v ....
J ... ... V UMnMUWU..
CaridwelL (3-3). Farrell. More
head, Hearn, arid Lopata, Lon
nett. iv.', ?.?;;.) ,t ..''.,
The next event of the Isthmian
Sports Car Club will be cross
country trip. It was- decided last
night aT a business mooting hold
at the Hottl El Panama. It will
take place Juno 2-30 in the in
terior v. ...
A: committooi formed by Mrs.
Bornieo. Roberts,' Russell. Robin-
eon and Joseph Grill was ap-i
pointed to v complato arrange
monta for the cross-country trip,
Robert Harvey was elected mc mc-rotary
rotary mc-rotary to replace Mrs. Rebortf.
'when resigned. ;aj x'r
An Informal moot will be hold
tomorrow at the Pteora tlr
atryj.i, The 4 moating place is the
lecumon circle at 10 a.m. ;
Field & Stream
Cincinnati 1 ooO 102 nns it :
New York O00 100 030-4, 6
Nuxhall (2-4), Freeman j and
Miller (0-3 )V Grlssom, v; Anto Anto-nelli,
nelli, Anto-nelli, ; Worthlngton and ? Katt,
westrum, !: .j.vvt
' ;Kt;t (Night Game)
Wash. ; 000 000 004 4 11 1
Chicago 400 060 OOx--10 15 I
- stobbs, (0-JD, Hernandea and
Courtney..- t- 1 v a ,, 4
Donovan r-2h TCepcaAi and
ltLollar, Battey, ;
St Louis, 010 000 000 0--1 8 :1
Brooklyn 000 001 000 L2 81
L'. McDaniel (6-3) and H.
Smith -I-'--V'-ii :. ,''
" Newcombe'(5"'-6J and damrja-
nella. ..' .h 'j
Chicagd 201 024 020-rll 17 0
Pittsburgh 000 100 040, 5 9 2
Drott (5-6) and Neeman: 1
Kline (2-9), Hall, R. smith,
awanson;-King-and R&nd. v
Baltimore 000 001 0012 8 : 0
Cleveland ', 010 100 41x7 13 0
wignt (1-4); Brown, Houtte-
nnrflo t7.1 an4' Uonan ,:. l- rl
. IF FLY HOD 1
FEELS GOODt BUY
By AL McCLANE
r Fishing Editor
28 2 3 27 13
a Filed out for Cardwell In
b Base on balls for Sawatskl
c Ran for Adcock In 9th.
000 003 10610
001 000 001 2
Errors: Sawatskl, RepuIakL
HR: Aaron, RepulskL SP? 8pahn.
DP: Spahn-O'Connell-Torre 2.
LOB: Philadelphia 5, Milwaukee
5. BB: Morehead 1, Spahn 5. SO:
Cardwell 4, Farrell 1, Hearn 1,
Spahn 4. HO: Cardwell 7-7, Far Farrell
rell Farrell 2-1 (pitched to three batters
in 6th). R and ER: Cardwell 4
4. Farrell 3-3. Morehead 3-3,
Spaha 1-1. WP: rarrelL Hit by
nltch: Farrell hit Torre. W;
Spahn (7-3). L: Morehead (33).
n TT Ji m iVyjh l
1 boh .111 1 w 1 m. n avail
1 1 -' 1 1
I I II M IT I
; v Ancon 4, Clayton j
' : ;'v'V-
' The Ancon Anchors dealth the
Clayton Carbines -a severe upet
Prior to the start of Thursday
night's proceeding, the : Carbines
were in 2nd place and within
hailing distance of the v league
leading Albrook. But the Anchors
fouled up ,the Carbines by taking
au lour points in close games.
In. the first encounter, the. An
chors came out on top by1 32
pins, squeezes by in the second
by two points and the thirds by 8
pins. Mrs. 9 a oncer w a s a
thorn in Clayton's side by rolling
two 200 games and a 591 senes.
Others who' enjoyed games over
the 500 mark, were Les Fill,
Butch Lane rd Church Almeda.
As a result of being shutout, the
Clayton Carbines now have to
share the runner up spot with the
Cocoli Palms. The fight for this
second spot is like the struggle
in the National (Baseball League,
with only 'our points or one night's
work separating eight tf amrr How
close can yon get?
Honor Roll: 600 dub McGar McGarvey
vey McGarvey 607; 200 Club Balcer (2)
206, 202; Hack 215; Sturges 220;
Boyer (2) 211, 1; Sein 4; Cof Coffey
fey Coffey 12; GiUeon 21: To1 and 1
McGarvey () 204, 23C; Spindler
THE first thine- a eenf doea whn
he's buying a fly rod is to switch
it back and forth; t :
It doesn't ;tell the customer
much about the instrument. Or
uoes iff Many a senius has eon
down the pike trying to. relate
vibrational characteristics to the
performance of a fly rod. .:
An Englishman named Hws Hws-ky
ky Hws-ky started the ball rolling, many
years ago by clamping the rod in
a horizontal.' position. After bend bending
ing bending it to a certain point, he : let
the rod go and counted how many
times the stick rebounded aeainit
bis free hand. -
Hawsley believed the mora vU
brations a rod made the faster
ii would cast This never made
much sense to me because there 1
was tno line on the rod. In any
case, the rod was considered a vi vibrating
brating vibrating cantilever beam, and re-
searcners began measuring rods
in wave lengths. The ideal was a
quarter wave length.
The next logical steo was to
measure the bend or deflection of
a rod in order to have some means
of establishing what made these
wave lengths. A man named Hal.
ford did this with soma fancv
A Frenchman named Robin ear.
ried both Hawksley and Halford
one step further and measured via
what he- caUed the "flexibility tn tn-dex.
dex. tn-dex. '...;;-.
Now. this Is a cute bit of math.
matica that I won't go into. I us
ed to ait up nights with Eraob ca
per and slide rule trping to fol follow
low follow Robin and while toy answers
came out right; the rods that cot
the best score couldn't slap a ping
pong ball over the TV set.
So the best advice 1 can alve
Lucky Dip Iliy Prove
In Belmont Slakes
' NEW YORKUP-Lucky Din.
a .French-bred colt with stamina
to spare, may prove the surprise
of today's 89th running of the
$100,000. Belmont Stakes, the third
jewel in the turfs Triple Crown,
While most observers are tab tabbing
bing tabbing Bold Ruler and Gallant Man
as the horses to beat Lucky Dip
came to the running of the- mile
and one-half Belmont .with two
sparkling performances at Dela
ware Park.. ;.-.- -..: 1 j" 1
Odds makers, expected Bold Rul Ruler,
er, Ruler, the Preakness winner, to go
off at around even money, while
they : pick Gallant Man as the
strong second choice at -about o-o.
Figuring the Belmont as a two-
hiraat n A J At Oi ra VtAinc
quoted on Lucky Dip, Cohoes, In
side Tract,- and Bold Mero,.- -the
other expected starters.
, (Nleht Game)
Boston : 4; :. 300 000 0104 -T 2
Detroit .: . 011200 10X 5 8 .2
Sullivan (3-5). Minarcln. TJha-
kales, Delock and White j
maas ana House.
.l?:,i fNieht Game!
New York 000 150 02210 14 0
K. City yfl 000 000 100 18 0
Sturdivant .(5-3; and Johnson.
Burnette (4-4). Gorman,; Mc-'
Dermott, Host and Smith. t :
PHILADELPHIA (UP) -Rookie)
pitcher 1 Jack Sanford, who -has ui
7-1 won-lost record. Wednesday
was named the outstanding player
of the month en. the Philadelphia,
rnimes by the local sports writ-1
ers.associationi a; ftmui
WINNIPEG (UP). Quarter Quarterback,
back, Quarterback, Guy Martin,, who -played at
Colgate U a I v e t s 1 1 y, has been
signed by the Winnipeg Blue
Bombers of the Western Inter-'
provincial Football Union.' He
joins two other American Signal
callers Chuck Curtis of "Texas
Christian and Kenny Ploen of
Today Encanto l35't .20
"A Masterpiece of Suspense I
- i Doris Day In '
L Zngrld Bergman to,,
Today -.IDEAL JO 'JO
. Double in Cinemascope I.
Robert Wagner in
"Beneath the 12 Mile Reef"
' Marlon Brando m ."
I COMING II COM! N Gv.l
InT A ATT1!! "THE SPIRIT V
I JLAlTl I I j OF ST.' LOUIS? I
'1,1 V . iSrir,l
. : Me,
-THE BRATE OSV
- Also: "'
rrxGrR of guilt
Prohibited for Minors
Falrulous Double Program I
Rock Hudson ra :
Tom Hovev in
EVERYTHING BUT THE
21- RifhardMW fl- Snmnrrih. who imnui 10 WJ I
J.2M. This was the most 220 games f U iL If It fee is
rollMl jiit of tha fht nifhti .
the league has rolled.
The highest averages for the
first seven weeks (official Hi
ll ures): Coffey 201 Lane 185, Al-
j meoa 183, isaicer 182 and Toiapd - 1
Closing though!. How slow can
a bowling ba'l travel' down the
NEW YORK (UP) Al Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, who was backfield coach
alley Several years ago your 1 or the xvew kork Oianu ra
reporter. witnessed the following. "53, returned' to the National Foot-
ARE IN TOWN
, .-Also: -CARMEN
THE BATMAN O-IX
THE LAST OF THE
At the moment the sail was re released,
leased, released, no pins were set up. In
fact, the pia boy was standing a a-long.side
long.side a-long.side the bowler and get with without
out without running but walking at a nor normal
mal normal gait, the pin setter walked
down the alley and in the old fab fab-ion
ion fab-ion manner aet mjr the ten pins,
one by occ. Daring this lipe of
ume tbe oall wa mmicg oae
the alley at a snail's piee tr,i e e-ven'.nallv
ven'.nallv e-ven'.nallv arrived te mick tV
IS rckft for a strike. Tbe sae ff tfteln Jrk
e ppwicr, Arxjr anrt. t e c rroff.--
balL-Leacue team todav to super-
vise tbe t tub's talent scouts. Sher Sherman,,
man,, Sherman,, a former Philadelphia Ea Eagles'
gles' Eagles' quarterback, coached Can Canada's
ada's Canada's Winnipeg Blue Bombers In
, FOREST HILLS. N.Y. (UP)
Ted Schroeder, formet U.S. ten tennis
nis tennis cbarcpioa and Davis Op play player;
er; player; net up he 1-i carters 1
at tbe Vert S.de Tennis Cl:b to
Krs""er prc-n-'e th
TOMORROW AND MONDAY AT THE,
v "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE: N v
"The King arid Four Queens
. WESTERN WITH SEX APPEAL
A western with ex appeal gaftooed Into the "DRIYE "DRIYE-nr
nr "DRIYE-nr Theatre TOMORROW end MONDAY. It b a delightful
peee ef arre entertainment caJled THE KING AND
I OUR QUEENS." "Tbe King," aptly enoorb U -Stone other
thaa Clark GABLE. And haj four "Qoens" are: the lovely
Eleanor PARKER; sine eyed, blonde Pirkara MCIIOLS;
geaUe, sweet Sara SHANE; and Jeaa WILLXS, an eiotie,
dark-hak-ed beaety. Baling the rooet ovw theoe four Qaoens
is t he bardblttea vMp-handed Ma McDADE, itlayed r io
Van FLI IT, vbo win be best remembered for ber Academy
"Award wlnnlnr perfotmanee la "Eajtt of Eden."
This delirhtfal atory of pinion oa the plaint was f'.'m f'.'m-ed
ed f'.'m-ed la CinemaSeope a4 De Ltue Color oa I oration tn Utah,
an tht rrrlewer wa that for them tbst barn't erin-rh
pretiT mrrvfry with the Tosre ladies yranrlrr sKnist.
r'rHr re'erfal eeoetriJe caarht h ft ( -f'f'rransfraa.
SATURDAY. JTTNK U. 19BT
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'' Gene Sarazen, our new staffer, writes that he ha a special
reason to remember : the ; 1920 National Open championship at
Toledoj It was his first. We hope ie floesn t ;nvntt" ?t Vti ai
lonf with hlm. .Itwas or first, tod. 4 1 S l.
Gene also "writes that it wa a "memoraoie wurnamem m
many mpectsr And, indeed, it was.; There wa,Jor example,
the putting lesson we gave J, Douglas Edgar In out room In the
Hotel Secor after the, first round., ; : j
Our friend Edcar had finished the first? daV's Way With a
73,; which was respectable enough to those daysj but the pace
setter, Jock Hutchison, had carded a brilliant 69, so. .there was
, "It's my putting," groaned Edgar,
wrontr with lt." lt -:i;v.-- i
Yoa may be able to appreciate better the generosity of our
natur mhen w tell voir what kind of colfer Edgar was.: Bob
Jones was his pupil.; The year before he had set a world record
brwinninr the Canadian Oven in Z78, beating bis pupu. wno
was tied for second... by a mere 16 strokes. ..
v: 'We did our best to straighten out, Edgars putting, and the
delightful little Britisher was right on the verge of getting tne
knack rhen a commanding rap sounded at the door. It was
the house dick.;, "Break It Tip., Don't you guys know It's 4 In
This was unfortunate as well as embarrassing. Our method
of teaching calls lor Intense concentration and endless practice,
and to relieve the tension. earlier several other volunteer In Instructors,
structors, Instructors, kibitzers really, and Joined the clinic- we had taken
time put fdh another scotch break, and to pay further vocal
tribute to the braw, bricht moonUcht nicht. -.... r v..
Edakr's cutter, it nalns us to relate, was uttorly Inconiglble
all 'during the second round; he shot .an 82 and was virtually
eliminated on the, spot. : As .you can weu imagine ne never aia
forgive that house dick. s .
; i We,iiave no certain memqry of. seeing Sarazen play at In Inverness
verness Inverness that year, and yet 'we most 'have, because lie had the
third best ouaUfying score In the, field: only Hutchison and Jack
Burke (lather ti the present day Jack Burke) finished In front
of him. ... .... Ti.;
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V vi DIEGEL EXPLODES
.: v Sarazen wasn't the only Inceptive champion who made his
bow In 'the -Ohio Industrial city that week. Jones had never
played In the Open before. Neither had Leo Diegel.or Johnny
Farrell. J Diegel finished in an unprecedented, thrilling four four-way
way four-way tie, one stroke back of Ted Ray, the winner. -He was never
again to come that close to winning. v
An incident occurred at the 14th during the final round,
which we've always believed- cost the high-strung Diegel the
championship: Just as he was about to hit a shot, one ot his
pals came rushing over from the opposite fairway to tell bim
Jtay had dropped two strokes to par on the last hole.
We have no trouble remembering Diegel's reaction tc this
bit of information. He threw his-club angrily to the wound,
and U we hadn't been quicker than a cat on a hot tin roof. .
need we repeat this was In 1920?.' we might have lost all
even Us on our right foot . v. :
Diegel screamed: "Get '.away from me. : I dont give a
(naughty word) IX the big (very, very naughty word) has drop dropped
ped dropped dead. I Just want to play my game ; 7 '.
He wound up with a 6 on the par 4 hole, bogied the next
two, then calmed down enough to par the 17th and 18th, but
the best he could do In the end was make It close. Mighty
rtose. And if H hadn't been for his well-intentioned pal i
might have gone all the way. r. ; .r ; i v v ;
r. THE OLD MEJTS HOME ;
, Harry Vardon was Involved in the four-way tie for second.
He should have beaten his compatriot by four or five strokes,
and piobtbly would have if a gale of almost tomadle dimen dimensions
sions dimensions hadn't hit the course as he was playing the final nine.
This was to be the great English master's Ust bid for In
ternatiena fame. Some years later we were to se his Amer.
lean counterpart, Walter Hagen, make a final, fotile try under
Similar rircumbtances. . so similar well hold the details for
another day In trie hope yea may be intemtod.
. Vardon was so at the time. Ray, at 43, became the oldest
winner of the Open, a record that still stands, it lint hard to
tmagine what Kopan, Snead, Demaret, Mangrum and the other
pappy fuys of golf are thinking as they get ready to charge
the historic old course this week. . theyre thinking there must
be something about Inverness that Is good for tired blood.
Ford Venturi ; ;-Runnersup
Runnersup ;-Runnersup Only,
2 Strokes Back
By OSCAR FRALEY
TOLEDO. -0.. Juno 15 (UP
Bumptious Billy Joe Patton and
debonair Dick Mayer walloped
tneir way into tne goiung record
oooks lousy as, cauing on tne shots
wtucn almost carried them to fau:-
way glory three years ago, they
fired two under par 68's for 138
and the halfway lead in the U.S
teaming uiuy joe. toe coon
hunter from the golf and grits
country ol Morganton, JN.t., bieez-
ed home first witu his 34-34 over
the oar 70 -Inverness .course to
match the 36-hole mark establish
ed by Sam Snead in Ym and
quailed by men Hogan in 1952. He
iriinaaist 4 hr A artk1t Kan a n c a
auvna uvcn vrrv nvu vvvbuiik
three years ago he held tht last
round leaa in tbe Masters only to
lose as they tied for the top spot.
Then it was the imperturbable
Mayer, a slender blond Mew York'
er out of St. Petersburg, Fla., who
strolled home through the bright
sunshine tor a 3C-32 68 blast
ing birdies on four of the last five
holes to deadlock for the lead
For him, too, it brought bjrek mem
ories ot what might have been in
1954, the year be lost the Open to
Ed Furgol with a bogey oh "the
. Thus, as the field was narrow
ed to the low 50 and ties for to
morrow's windup 3i holes, May
er and Billy Joe .loping to bo
the first amateur winner since
Johnny Goodman In 1933 stood
two shots; ahead of pursuing-
Masters champion i Doug ( Ford
and 25-year-old Ken Venturi of
Los Angeles. $ iAK t
Ford bad a 35-36 71 to go with
his earlier 69 while the slender
Venturi-posted 35-36 Tl to match
the leading .money winner's even
far 140,' doing it with 17 pars and
one Bogey; That left them 'Just
two shots back., . v !':v!.,
Another stroke away 141
three shots back cafne 4 first
round co-leader Jimmy Demaret,
the 47-year-old golfing grandpappy,
and chubby Bo Winmnger. Demar Demaret
et Demaret loomed to a 37-36--73 oa th
heels of his opening 68,' although
this still was better than the ether
co-leader, Husky Chick Harbert
who helped himself to a79 for 147.
vyinmnger, out. of-Odessa,' 0x4
carded a 71 to go wit an opening
10. :('',..'.'.' --'-i-
Then. at'142,-was swarthy Ro.
berto Di Vicenzo: the Argentinian
from Mexico City with a 35-35-70
which gave him a one-stroke lead
over three-time British Open cham
pion reter Thomson of Australia
ivhnn U'Ul 71 nut Him t 111
Defending champion Cary llidd-
lecou 01 memphis was au the way
down at 148 with Billy Maxwell
and Dow Finsterwald: those at
147 included' Walt Borkemo, Har-
Derjt ana rorxy uuver, wane at
14B came nome nope x rins oiran-
han, former champion Jack Fleck
and bam snead, the gallery uvor
its who helped himself to a sec
ond straight 74. Gene Littler had a
6 for 14U. while those at the bor
detune 150. included long bitting
George Bayer, former champion
Lew worsuam ana veteran .jonn-
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1 r 1 r j
Tip To Sugar: Next Time You See
Gasilio, Say '-'Hello.-.-.; And Mean It
KEEP.NO HIS HAND iN-Spike Briggs dropped out f the
American League in the Detroit club's front office roMV but.
keeps his hand in baseball by Instructing Little Leaguers
Richard Bolden, left, and Elviit Johnson at Lake Wales, Ha.
Mayor had to bo the luckiet
man of the day. Ho wa wander
ing around the cloohouso area,
awaiting his too off -fimo. and
simply forgot what time It 'was.
He oathed to the first too with
only 30 seconds to spare and the
rush may havo accounted for his
unsettled out 3a, which was two
over par. 1 '
But coming home he made UD
for it with tne hottest nine of the
tournament, a 32 which saw. him
fire four birdies on the last live
holes. He did it by taming the
areaded Inverness rough with some
of the most dazzling iron shots ol
the day. On the 14tn he hit his ap
proach six inches from the flag
and on the low a nesuea two
inches from the cup, both times
out of the rough. He tame out of
the rough on the last two noies,
too,- to run dowa eight sod seven
foot birdio putts. ... ... .-.
The effervescent Buiy Joe gurg
led that be was "driving and ap approaching
proaching approaching like crazy." He match matched
ed matched the card with a par 34 out and
then started homo with two birdies,
spinning his approach one foot a a-way
way a-way oa the 10th and knocking la a
12-foot er on tne ntn. ho oogeyea
the 12th as his drive caught
trees, matched par through
' ; By JIMMY BRISLlN
NBA Staff Correspondent:
LITTLE i LEAGUE' I mpaet'is
measured in a lot of ways. This
season's list of 4,300 leagues as
compared to 3,937 is , sufficient
proof of the number of youngsters
playing baseball across tne coun
The fact that Nott Terrace High
of Schenectady had an undefeat
ed season and also- a New York
State 1 high school : championship
this spring lends even more
weignt. ; -1 k-
The Nott Terrace team was un
defeated in, H contests and a line lineup
up lineup crammed with alumni of the
1954 Schenectady Little League
World Series champion was 4 the
majorreasiop... That .was tne.Jast
time we saw tnese Kias xney were
jumping up and down after Billy
Mssuccl had thrown the final pitch
'This veir. Masucci was an out
fielder with .Nott Terrace, the
pitching being handled by Steve
Buchheimer, a big left hander
who had been with the 1953 LL
team put together by the upstate
city. J i i rir
There were Nott Terrace Highs
throughout the country this year.
Next year you'll hear of a Class
D or C minor league club going
well with ex-Little Lea euers do
ing the heavy work.. The sport
wasn't designed as a pineline for
talent to professional baseball, but
it i working m mat curecuon. a
lot faster than most realize..
Bob Rule of the Houston Post
Little League pro
pens to the
, "It's such a great
grown-ups." he notes.
Most know what Sports- Editor
Rule means;' particularly people
such as Agnes Mahoney, who is
a school principaKin. Indianapolis.
, Miss Mahoney started cam campaigning
paigning campaigning for Little League in
1955 and along with two. others
worked : for nearly two years be
fore a combination of the India-
nanolis Times. Knights' of Colum
bus and Junior League brought a-
bout a LL operatmg in hiss MS'
honey's P.S. 9 area this season.
It.is typical of the amount of
work adults put .Into the game, f1
Operating on the theory' that a
Lhojr ,isa, piece of skin stretched O;,
ver an appeuie. .joiih juarko, who
manages, the Hotel Loeper of Ash
land, Fa., has f standing offer for
a tree meal to anybody wno nits
a .home run over his sign on the
center field fence of a local Little
League park, i.
, Last year four youngsters belt
ed one for the circuit snd each
time their dinner; performance
was below par.:
'The boys." Marko says, "seem
ed a little timid eating in a hotel
dining room and they didn't try
and eat out the kitchen like we
George Demko. who hit a grand
slammer to be the first youngster
to qualify his season, holds prom
ise in this depsrtment. The lad
hasn't come around for his knife-
and-fork workout yet and John
Marko suspects he is preparing
himself for a hotel eating stint of
By HARRY GRAYSON
ALEXANDRIA BAY, N. Y.
(NEA) Carmen Basilio, the
country boy. had just boxed Billy
Graham beiore a natum-wide tele television
vision television audience. Witu some rauier
Important money in his pocket for
the first time in ms me, me young
Canastota Clouter took a t r a l n
uuwn tu New York with his wue,
Kay, to see some shows.
auis was 1U52 ana carmen ien
s thoueh he belonged to the big
fme ugnt mob. as asUio wuIkbu
down mroadway. he saw a flamin-
jgu-coloreo Cauiiiac being wheeled
lo the curb. Kay uooinson was at
tne wheel, considering himeU
newly-initiated, full-fledged mem-
iMr' of the light crowu. carmen
ankled up to Sugar Ray and intro-
ouL-eu huiiseu. "I'm carmen an an-silio,"
silio," an-silio," he started.: .
"itobinsou oiiered a limp hand,
looked over his shoulder t some some-Uung,
Uung, some-Uung, mumbled a Uttie and Kept
moving," recalled : Basilio, the
world welterweignt cnampion, as
he docked an la-pound wall-eyed
pike on tne landing of the Rift
Club in the Thousand Islands. "It
was as though to say, 'Run along
little boy, 1 have more important
mint- to 00.'
1 "I stood there embarrassed and
feeling very mucn like taking a
poke at the auv. I had always ad
mired Kooinson as a jigmer, .nui
with that incident lost all respect
tor him as -a person. He's arro
gant. He doesn't meet the' public
in a nice way, and that's no good
for-this or any other business.
And, now I've lost all respect tor
jum as a fighter.'' ; ,,.
Batillo was' reminded that Rob
inson wanted their scheduled mid-
Sentember match badly lor tne
: "Not half -as bad as I have
wanted it tor two years," said the
' The attractive meeting of cham champions
pions champions was delayed : when Basilio
unexpectedly blew a debaseable de decision
cision decision to Johnny Saxton in Chica Chicago
go Chicago in March ot last year. It was
put off again when Robinson was
pasted by, liene 1 uiimer e a r i y
last January. 1 1,
Any one worried about, what the
"Via Rnhincnn will An to "little"
f sysi he hopes nothing ever hap-'some consequence.
....... ., . - V V.- ,-
Franchise Shifts? Its
All News To
;' By JIMMY BRfSLIN ';;
MCW YORK f NEA V Ford C.
Frick, who is the commissioner of
bssebsD, has a big omce on uie
)6th floor of a building in Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller Plata. But he professes to
know lets about the shifts of the
Brooklyn Dodgers and New York
Giants thsn anybody. . -(
This wss brought out in a'iharp
series of Questions -snd answers
between rnck and a literary man.
The transcript follows: .-"
. Q. The Brooklyn Dedoers are
oeoratinf at a profit. When rhoy
are mov to Los Angowsv n win
moan the first timo a Mccessfwt
franchise was shiftod. Dhi this
also moan that the public "h r -tsoo"
always roforrod to whaw
the baseball is mentioned has now be-;
the (mm nothing more man avtmas
17th and then rapped his wedge
approach to within IS inches to
birdio the lSthu
"It was a bad approach," he
grinned.."! didn't hit the pia...
dollars and cents?
FRICK: I hesitste to comment
OF ST. LOUI
ion that I've said nothing about
this. I've got to sit as a Judge on
this if and when it happens and
I do not want to prejudge .the
Q. Do vou moan vowr mind has
not boon mado v on these shifts
i FRICK: My Job is his: When
a transfer is made, there must be
adequate compensation given to
the National Association (minor
league franchise whose territory
is being ravsded. If a depute aris arises
es arises over 'bis, a seveo-msn commit committee
tee committee is appointed to arbitrate. This
is where I vrUl act ss Judfe..
Q. Otherwise, yao have no son son-trtd
trtd son-trtd f r tranofors?
FRKTC: The commissioner fcss
nothing to do with a franchise
shift. Only if ft, is detrimental to
basebal!. And I dont see where a
major league team in Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles is iftnmeTstsl.
a But wrt i'l this loose talk -roond,
tho Pt" Cat L9W0
it iff rvn4. Itfli thro sow
rhina Ht cn b
FRICK: Of cjre. the Cos St
t is -z Y -t. list's wtiy
1 Uil ever;,;- to cut out lie
conjecture. And anything
these moves is conjecture.
O. Have yew spoken to Walter
O'Malley and Horace Stonoham
rooardino the shifts? '
FRICK v No. I have not disccuss
ed it with anybody. But the shifts
must be done under the rules. I
dont propose to discuss it with
0.' Have yen -aoeken ta Mat
thew Fk of SMatron a y TV
( sonera lly a ccoptod as the man
who put the Los Angolas Dodgers
and San Francisco dents into be being)?
FRICK: No. Television is tne
business of each individual club.
My only concern is with the Au-
Star game and World Series on
Q. Do yew fool that fcaseban.
without a National League team
in New York; would bo hurt, pros-
FRICK: That's a National
League problem. . .I'm interest
ed in playing the game of f base
Goes Into Books
For Stan r.liislal
record .was tscked beside- the
nsme of Stan Musial today and
the St. Louis Cardinals' first base
man,, as' perfect a gentleman as
he is : a baseball craftsman,
grinned like a schoolboy.
. He played his' 823rd consecutive
aaaaa-B vv vuuvoun j uigiu, viavnsua)
the record of 822 held by former
Pittsburgh Pirate first baseman
Gus Suhr. Bashful Stan admitted
it was a mark held by his one
"When I wss a kid at Donora
(Pa.j, the Pirates were my ball
club," Stan reminisced. "Every
time I oould get to a ball game
I did and Suhr was one of my
The new iron msn of the older
Iood fingered a telegram. It resd:
"Congratulations on breaking the
National League record tor games
played. Rooting for you- to get
your 3,000th hit."
- It was from Milbrse, Calif., and
signed, "Sincerely, Gus, Suhr."
mer snd -Tiger Jones fighting the
way they did the other night.
Spider Webb, Joey Giardello and i
Rory( Calhoun.'' V : T?
That's the way Basilio. the;
fresh water fisherman, feels about
the big fight in the fall, and he's
nursing a grudge. 1
Tip for' Sugar Ray Robinson st -37:
The next time you meet Car Carmen
men Carmen Basilio, say hello'. , and
mean it.' i ,v
III ' 4 II
Basilio, who concedes 10 poungds,
4Mi inches in height and consider considerable
able considerable reach, should listen to the
welter bidding for the middleweight
title.' .. r; y;, .-,' -'
"To me, Robinson still is noth nothing
ing nothing more 'than; the champion of
Boho Olson.?' he said. ..
"His re-discovered punch is bas based
ed based solely en the fact- that he
caught Fullmer right ot; the point
of the!'iawwith a left hook deli
vered 5as Robinson bounced out of
a eofnerandoff the ropes.' He
nailddullmep' off: the,- s prl b g.
When you're hit there right, you
just gotta go and I don't care
who you are. It was a case of 160
pounds hitting 160 pounds head
on; for .Fullmer was moving In.
"Robinson has to take me out
with an early punch and I won't
let. hint, He needs punching room
snd I won't give n to mm. run-
mer 'hung out. his chin with the
sign of welcome on it. I won't.
I'll keep Robinson busy every sec
ond. -He's a ctncn.'to xau 00 wn
after 10 rounds. Fullmer didn't
I crowd him, nearly, enough in ei-
tner ngni . .-
"Robinson took put Fullmer
with a punch thrown in despera desperation
tion desperation in the fifth round. "Robinson
was dead tired then. In the dress dressing
ing dressing room after the fight, he was
still puffing like an old man who
had just run up-a long jflight of
"Five middleweights can ; lick
Robinson; in my opinion Full-
PHILADELPHIA, June 14 (UP)
-Phillies' cenersl manager Roy
Harney announced that relief
Ditcher Jack Meyer has been op
tioned to the Miami Marlins. Phil
lies' affiliate in the International
League, subject to 24-hour recall.
Harney ssid the purpose is to
give Meyer opportunity for start
ing assignments and added the
Hurler probably will be recalled in
about two weeks.
ball: that it's honest, fair and con
ducted properly under the rules.
Q. Roosrdlna your official status
on these shifts. If the Pacific
Coast League and the Giants and
Dodgers amicably settle the trans
fers, is It conceivable that the
shifts could bo made without you
having anything to do with them?
SUMMATION: .When and H
Frick talks to Walter O'Malley,
ho will be asked to throw out the
first ball at the season's opener
for the Los Angeles Dodgers at
Wrigley Field next ApriL
By BEANS REARDON
Written for NEA Service
. -'. .-'
QUESTION: Chuck Harmon of
the Phillies was on first b s s e
when Willie Jones bunted the ball
in the Sir'. Pittsburgh first base baseman
man baseman Bob Shinner let it touch the
giound purposely, so he could .try
for a double play. Skinner threw
the ba'l to Bob Mazeroski, the sec
ond baseman who was covering
first. Mazeroski Ugged Harmon,
who was. standing on first base.
Mazeroski had his foot on the bag.
The Pirates claimed r a. double
play, but the umpire allowed only
e out and let Harmon remain
first base. Why? William Rai-
dy. v..., -r v'W!--r.-
Answer: Men Lanoos, ine urn
jsiro, ruled it this way: Manor.
ski cenght Skinner's throw with
hi foot on the bae. This retired
Jones. Harmon didn't have to
anevo than. If Mazeroski ( had
taken his foot off the bag, caught
the ball, teggod Harmon, then
stepped on the bag ft would
have boon a double play. :
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HAVANA, June 15 (UP) Po Police
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try to-.kill the Interior Minister
fend other government leaders.
,-The announcement said "sev-
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Santiago acquitted 27-year-old
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charges that he had planned to
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woman who died of malnutri malnutrition.
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luncn at a nearoy nve ana icu
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2 bedrooms, hat, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: -A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths,, living-dining
room, kitchen,' maid's v
room- with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further detaila call Paeema :
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A. r.-. t
FOR KENT: Modern apart,
mante, "Edificio Daveayx," B
Street,. El Cangrejo, next to Ho-
tel El Panami. See caretaker on
premises. Miguel Hive. Phone
FOR RENT: Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment in
fine residential dictrjet, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, furnished. San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Second Avenue No. 39.
"Botica del Pueblo." Phone 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT.- Modern two-bedroom
apartment with hot water
garage, 56th Street (Campo Al Al-ogre)
ogre) Al-ogre) For information Phone
2-2416 or 3-5322.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Porras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Modern one-bedroom
apartments, living room,
dining room, bedroom closets,
sliding door bathroom, hot water
installation, washtubs and clothes
lines, Screened. Building just
built, opposite "Colegio Javier"
on 3rd Street, Perejil, $70. In Inquire
quire Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2718. -.
FOR RENT: Modern 'apart 'apartments,
ments, 'apartments, 1 bedroom, living room,
dining room, hot water heater,
garage, on J Street, El Cangrejo,
near "Colegio La Salle," $85.
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, living room,
dining room, new concrete build-
; ing, 2nd Street,' Carrasquilla No.
35, $65. Inquire 8th Street No.
,5-3(1 Telephono 2-27 1 8. V
- I 'l
FOR RENT:! -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: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 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: Army inspected,
furnished, one-bedroom apart?
ment. All conveniences. Ancon
but stop. Fourth of July Avenue.
2-5526 or 2-1140.
FOR RENT: Spacious apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 14th Street, Parque Lefe Lefe-vre.
vre. Lefe-vre. Phone 2-4655.
FOR RENT: Spacious, cool 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartment, garage,
washing facilities. Phone 3 3-3892.
3892. 3-3892. FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room $65.
Belisario Ferret No. 96. Phone
FOR RENTj 2-bedreom apart,
ment, maid's room, garage, spa spacious
cious spacious yard. S. Lewis Street, Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-2998.
FOR RENT; Furnished 1 -bedroom
apartment, all convenien convenience,
ce, convenience, garage. 168 Via Belisario
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedreoMt, very cool
apartment, second floor, email
house, Campo Alegre. Phono 3-
FOR RENT: 2-bedroem eperr eperr-snont,
snont, eperr-snont, maid's room and bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, oea view. Comer of 95th
Street. PtitilU. Phone S-00S2
FOR RENT Room, $20 and
$22.50. Apartment, 3 mm,
$30. Phone 3-0850 or 2-1508.
2 DAYS LEFT
mBBa Si I t
LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUE
. 77 "vl "Zl T.w.'c.a
pniwv nw. o D Diini a nunniDVil-ia n JUIT AVC. A J HZ. at If w H
ARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenoe
VAN-Drat-JIS S I Street No. ARMACIA U. BATURBO Fajtyaa Leftvre
the Bella ,VUU Xheatra.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford wradio,
duty paid, excellent condition.
Price $690. Phone 2-3510 (Bal
boa). . .ctta;;
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Fairlane
2-door, wsw tires, radio, un.
dercoated, 8-cyl., 2-one green
'$1600. Call Cxi. 4 180 duty
hours or Panama 2-41 19.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebaker,
good motor, radio, several bid
rust spots $250. Balboa 6389.:
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
Minx 4-dr. sedan, $450. 83 83-7102.
7102. 83-7102. Qtrs. No. 690, Curundu
FOR SALE: 2-door Plymouth
sedan, recent paint, less vthan
35,000 miles, good tires, only
one owner $350. Phone 2-2802,
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4-door,
V-8, mechanical shift, five good
tires, radio, $700, down payment
$350. Phone Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: Now 1957 Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile
bile Oldsmo-bile Super Holiday, hydramatic,
power steering, power brakes, ra radio,
dio, radio, whitewall tires, many other
' accessories. Call- Dr. Ralph Ad-
ama, Balboa 6432.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super,
dynaflow, duty paid, radio, haat-
or; needs seals in transmission.
Can v bo repaired, reasonably.
Good shape $350. Call Curundu
FOR SALE: Like new, 1956
Ford V-8 Fairlane sedan with ra radio,
dio, radio, Fordomatic, power steering.
Sacrifice for $1700, leaving
Isthmus. House 0957 Balboa..
Phone 2-2479. ft,-
FOfe SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
Mod. 210, wsw tires, excellent
condition. Phone 2-3686; 0908
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker,
$95. Good transportation. May
be seen at Pedro Miguel Qtrs.
Are you going the right direction
for your auto repairs? Ge to 1 6th
St. fir Melendex., Garage John-. -'
aton juaranteed t auto repairs.
FOR. SALE 1947 Buick Spe-
cial,'- good tires,- good mechanic ,;
cal condition, excellent transpor-h
tation. Call Balboa .3712. : v ( .-.'i
FOR SALEl-41947 Cadillac Tu
dor Sedan,, good condition, $275."
658-8, Curundu Hgto. ...
FOR SALI:V- 1952 Ford V-8
Victoria, two-tone, radio, over overdrive,,
drive,, overdrive,, good tires $750. Phono
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenager Pretoon
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
TRANSPORTIS BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Phoned 2- 2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by eppointment.
JLM RIDGE 1:
Gibraltar 1Mb Ins. Co.
for rates and lniormatlon'
. TeL ranama t-t)5SS
Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
East S4th Street
across from Lax Theatre
Honrs 9:M a.m. to 11:08
8:00 p.m. to) f:M p.m.
TeL Panama. 3-2272, ',
SUNDAY, JUNE 23
TeL Pan. 2-16S1
"Srtaa Too flfwro On"
atciXT Hacetaa. ttaaaafa
earn Bala east oaO lmj
Meearal betta, arth eracea.
ta ieata Araaiaai
tc acaoix erauMa catrspsaiat
. .'. osk for Bill
. L Maduro Jr.
I Q PAKAMA
1 A It,
AGENTS OR Dim nrvtrre t' h.
, .ju4 Aamv-'i.Minii
HOUSEHOLD FXrntkinr I Vn rim
CLEARANCE SALE of Costume
Jewelry, Home Decorations,
Leather oods. Stationery, Nov Novelties
elties Novelties and many othortl Sorry,
Cash only. MATMOR, No. 122
Central Ave., .across from Felix
FOR SALE: Small Jesse French
upright plana, good condition
and tone, $200. Phono 2-2802.
"TECHO" QUALITY Corrugated
Galvanixod Sheets 36 BG 2'x6"
Special Galvanized Finish $1.25
per V Sheet. PAN AMERICAN
CONTRACTORS. INC. P.O., lo
4489. Phone: Panama 3-5471 or
3-6707. or La Imnortadora Se ;'.
lecta; Phone 2-1483. ;
WE OFFER: C op oer Water
Tubing 58". Type K. Tin Lead
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy,
1 lb. and S lb. Soools. 1 lb. Bars.
Lead Caullcino Woof, ben for
plumb'no. Lead Sheets. 18'" and
364" thick. Leil Uqot. aixes:
3 lb.,; ; 25 ih.. so m. inn ib.
pan American roNTR". ;
TORS Inc., P.O. : R 4489.
Phone Panama 3-5471 or 3-
FOR SALE: Save money; Ruy
riyeo blocks. 4" 12" 12".
They are ecomimlcal. liqht and
do not Tsck, $12.7.0 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clavco a Alfaiwrla, X.A..
Via !-, No. 37-48. Phona
FOR SA' I: 9-eu. ft..Frif ft..Frif-daire.
daire. ft..Frif-daire. 25-rvcle; sideboard with
mirror airl'e blevHe wih b b-bat.
bat. b-bat. child's tricycle. Balboa "2-
178J. .;,'. )
FOR SALE: Comnleta mh;e
x amateur ra'ft i station, Viking
transmitter, VFO. dvnamoti. n n-na
na n-na receiver.' whin antonna $7.
2006-A, Cuaunduu 4 to. 5:30
A. SAI VKM,, n.t olant"
800wW POv.' OC; Bell 8 Howell
j vamrra, omm." vwe Mnses, new .'.
- v""i.wf, jt,mn 4,-aopo-, nouse
0M8 Balboa)- yt ';
U BAR.' iftl ..; i 'V.'
;r.r i.e:--0)iycie. xs: ooy a
. English, excellent condition $25f f
'r(fle, ;i22, bolt action, Remlng
ton, 'excellent condition, j $25.
j Phone 2-4130 tialboal
I PANAMA CANAL COMPANY',
OFFERS ABATTOIR and SAU SAU-SAGE
SAGE SAU-SAGE FACTORY EQUIPMENT.
Sealed, bids, for opening In -'.
public, j will be reteived until
I0;30 a.m:, June 21. 1957, in -the
office of Superintendent ef
Storehouse, Balboa, for equip-'
mont and appurtenances of the K
Abattoir and Sausage Factory to V
cated at the Commissary DivU
sion, Mt. Hop, for-further In-;;
formation and copy of Invrta-
tion No. S-57-352 contact of-
ficO ef Superintendent of Stose-'
honses, telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE: rl L.C. Smith 12" 12"-typewriter
typewriter 12"-typewriter $20; 1 new NC-54
communications receiver $50; A'
light weight 26" bey'e bicycle
$20; 1 set Bobby Jones golf
clubs $45. Call Curundu. 3258..
AKC registered Toy Boston: Bull
puppy, 7 weeks old. Bliss,. Navy
FOR SALE: Siamese tats and
.kitten. Phone 3-1466. ..
FOR SALE Boxer puppies ARC
registered. Cell Navy 3732 after
7 p.m. -..
FOR SALE: Lowe mower, pow power
er power Mfg. iawnboy, $40. House
551, Ancon Blvd.
iirr -- ,:t
'. Sosan Hsyward, who fee wen fear Academy Award
nominations as the best actress of the year, should bow be
99 for top boners as the most versatile actress 1st Holly-,
wood. For a number of years tbe decorative redhead fcss
established a secure nlrhe as an emotional actress ef tin tin-tisaal
tisaal tin-tisaal talent. In "TOP SECRET AFFAIR" which OPEXS OS
WEDNESDAY 18 AT TBE CENTRAL she displays sew abili abilities.
ties. abilities. See Sasaa Hsyward and Kirk Doaguu at the Crn-
m m.mm bihIhiI k inarm'
avc. o lAjuiw&a ruAiunALi
KKKVII1I-.A. TlvnH N,.rl A p AHMAUI
l. n.a- v. i m rnrn iwiuv-inria
I Street F ARMACIA "8AS" Via F arras )11 MOVED AD tS ATHIS Beside
FOR SALE: Intricately carved
. black Chinese ebony living room
suite and other Chinese piece,
t Office hours, 2-2542.
FOR SALE: Gold encrusted
crystal glasses., Dining table, 6
chair (mahogany). Chin closet.'
Chinese rugs. v Kelso Ships clock.'."
Portable typewriter. Acetylene
torch.- House 0266 Gamboo, on
FOR SALE: 7 -piece aolid ma mahogany
hogany mahogany upholstered Jiving 'room
set. Phen 3-7063.,
FOR SALE: ,G.E. refrigerator
$40; red settee $35 imall ga
stove $ 1 5; electric oven $ 1 0;
vanitystool $20; dresser $5;- 2
end tables $3 each. Phone 3 3-6914.
6914. 3-6914. :0 'sv 'viiXi.i it'-r
, FOR SALE; 1 bassinette, 1
. playpen, I baby wardrobe pew.
' House 377-A, New Cristobal,
FOR SALE Dining table, light
mahogany, made by Cowes, top;
40 x 60 inches, extends to 84'
inches with two f 2-inch leaves.
CaU Baiboa 3284. W
FOR SALE: Bandix automatie
washer (Eeonomatie), very good
condition, $60. Phona 84-4147..'
TOR SALE: Redwood shades 9
Wide, 4 wooden chairs, 1 G.E.
tabl radio 25-cyclo; 886 Mor Morgan
gan Morgan PUce, Balboa, C.Z.."
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 25 25-cycle,
cycle, 25-cycle, porcelain' box, 8 cu, ft.,
$50, Phono Balboa 4127, V
FOR SALE : Sideboard, bureau
2. table metal, 6-dr. chairs, 2
beds wmattress,. refrigerator
Westinghouse 9 .' ft., studio
couch. Call Balboa .2443.
STOP SICNS The ilat, tire
still cause most of U.S. motar-
IsU unwanted stops. The Amer-
lean AuiomoDtie Assn. say one
breakdown a year lor' each t)f
out 54 million passenger ears ts
still par for the course; New- :
chart shows (top to bottom)
some leading causes ( break- (
downs.,. Tiro .troubles are.roi-t
lowed by battery and electrical
faults. Mora .serious -mishaps
come next, Jiud stuck almost
three million motorists and
851.000 drivers misplaced keys.''
More thaa two miUion rn out'.
vnrri anrvT ihui m ARKNriAa
M I .a varrasqunia o faiijiawff' hum.
A PJf'l'AllllH IINIIIM14B tjenirai AVC
inanum Aw., uilxiti m VARMAriA
The', botf ; dinner ; and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Pla-sa
sa "Pla-sa 5 de Mayo."
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service 4
Q J 76S
4k J 7 6 5 4
" 1018 7
" .,. 4.32--.
Norland South vulnerable y
NertH East ': Bomih : Weet
tw, Paaa :,. 2 N.T.
8N.T. Pace & Paw ;;i; Pass
t'dpoMiiif Jwd-1.4, 6:.'"''
South was' one of those .iwlnt
count fanatics "who knew that
the two no-trumn response
showed 13 to 15 points and a
balanced hand. The fact that it
also showed preparation for any
lead meant nothing to South or
maybe he was just one of those
players who wanted to play all
no-trump contracts, r ;t
.. Whatever, the reason South re
sDonded two no-trump -,, to his
partner's opening hearty bid.
North went on to three no-trump
and sat. back to watch his partr
ner jpjay v. planoUwX"'.', i
The hand turned Out" to be a
pianola all right but the tune
was played on North and South
and not by them.
;.West opened th slj of spades.
Dummy's queen fell ta East's
king and the ce was prompUy
knocked oufc ; : : ; s -J '
. South saw that a heart play
was hopeless' since there would
be enough spades around' to set
the contract so he tried desper desperately
ately desperately to make enough 'tricks in
the minor suits. The club finesse
worked all right, and he made
four" club tricks. However the
diamonds did. not come m -ana
he had to gd down one trick.
now, to drive the object lesson
home let us' see how beautlf ally
the hand would; have gone- if
South had 4 bid like 'v bridge
player:' i .,' A V ,;
'Be would have responded two
clubs, north would have bid two
no-trump and South Would have
raised to three. East would pro
bably have opened the ten of
diamonds. North would have won
the trick and knocked out 1 the
ace of hearts.' f -"V ..
- At that point East could nave
led an old. shoe. Declarer would
have time to take the club fi finesse
nesse finesse 'safely and would have
wound, up making six no-trump.
Ld Boca Council1; :
To Hear Reports
The Xs (Boca civic council will
meet en Mondsy -night at the stu study
dy study hall starting at 7:38 p.m., to
hear report on the commissary
forum,' the clean-up-fix -up ,eim ,eim-paign
paign ,eim-paign and changes in the nights
movies are shown at the theater.
Other matters of community in interest
terest interest will be discussed also. ...
It has also. been announced that
the first aid instruction class will
continue to meet on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at the usual place and
hour. Persons -attending the class classes
es classes are encouraged to be present
The classes next week at it is an anticipated
ticipated anticipated that the course will be
concluded with these sessions. The
meeting for Monday night if for
all resident who have been invit invited
ed invited to attend and, air their views.
St; PouFs Church v
Holds Holy Trinity
jcitiwc) wuiiuui ; 1
! The Pesst of the Most Hory Tri-
DilT WUi DC VVTl rJ wun myptw
paste services this- Sunday at
SL Paul's Church. There will be
Holy Communion at a.m. a
service in Srnih at 7:30 a.m.!
and Choral Eurhariet and trmon
st 9 a.m. Church School enl! fol follow
low follow Mnrning Prsyer at 10:45 a.m.
enth Holy Baptism at 12:39 a m
At '1 pw there wiU be solemn
rr' eriih aarmrm.
Archdesr&e Fhsriey will e"ici e"ici-ste
ste e"ici-ste st lb meei.
- DRAWER "A," DIABLO -OX
1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
BAHIA'S SALOON Night Oub t
Restaurant -presents every:,
night except Monday: two floor
ahow at 9:30 and 1 a.m. Pre-'
eent "Ritmos Cariocas," beauti beauti-ful
ful beauti-ful show with th international?:
vedette Divar de Oliveira, Sonia
Zuleta, Twe-Gun Smokay, Tito
Contreras, Constantino and Gla-
dys Mitr. Good music for danc- ;
ing with a Cuban group. Regular :
prices with no cover charge, la- -hia's
Saloon on Balboa Avenue,
Panama.' 1 ( u '.
LEAVING PANAMA. Would like
to place" eur maid. Very reliable.
Balboa : 2 6392, Dr. Robert
Smith. i 1 '
Florida Follows National Trend,
Votes Record Appropriations Bill
i. 1. v i 1
TALAHASSEE, June 15 4 UP)
Gov. LeRov Collins. searchins
for ways to balance the state's
budeet ; in the comins biennium.
probably will have to looh to the
65 million dollar buildina nroBram
for any sizeable cut in authorized
. xiib ; juvcrmrr,. unuer nw. can
knock: out; by', veto any item f in
the general, appropriations j bill,
put jae cannot x reduce the item,
This "restriction narrows the- nog.
sibilitws of substantial, savings in
the operational Dart of the budeet
for state agencies, institutions and
achools. &.s? r:gS:;-1 '. 4;
; conin irwieatea he intend to
veto some portions of the apr
propriatlon bill, rf necessary;
after Comotroller,1 Rav Green
forecast ; revenue from taxes
might fall some 40 million del
:voted by the Legislature.'
' But be is withholding action un
til he gets a detailed itemized Pic
ture, of expected revenue from
Green and Budget Director Har Harry
ry Harry Smith, which is due tomorrow
The general appropriations bill
is divided into two parts. $551.-
ibifiii ior, operauons and $65, $65,-541,254
541,254 $65,-541,254 for buildings. The construc
tion program,- itemized by pro projects,
jects, projects, offers the best opportunity
for vetoes without seriously jec,:
, Collins has given no hint of
where in the 'general money" bill
he might use his veto pen,- but
there are only a handful of. agen agencies
cies agencies which, would be susceptible
to L veto. Most of them have
lump' sum appropriations' and' CoW
lins could not -trur tneir spending
without knocking out the whole
agency.' ... r.-
t, - -,'
T OD A V VON
ON VON L Y r
rjxub w cmam.es
K COMING j
I GIAMB I
Da. X .aw. a
I- ; - -.,-.. J
TO M O R R O W -nd
His brand teat V
on every one
' v, of them!
i CURK GABLE-
THE KII1G end
FOR SALE; 3-bedroom, ocean
view house, exclusive neighbor
hood. 2-2542. office hours.
' FOR SALE; Residence: porch,
. living room, dining room, kitcfc
on, hot water installation, 3 bad
rooms, 2 bathrooms, closets, in interior
terior interior porch, maid's room with
.; bathroom, garage. Has mortgage.
Golf Heights,. "Calle de la Pas."
between 6th. and 7th. Phone 3-
REAL BARGAIN: Only $554
' down payment,. $28 monthly,
: one-bedroom cement bungalow,
,10th St., Rio Abaio. .PATTER .PATTERSON.
SON. .PATTERSON. 36 East St. No. 15, near
Panama Hospital.' 3-J 1 14. ',
- i t
Jn this category are lApalaches
correctional institution Auditing
Department, Beverage Department
Development': Commission, Attor Attorney
ney Attorney general, the state universities,
and- most custodial and penal institutions.?-
3 tii.A i 1"
Since Collins? cannot reduce
salary increases" written into the
budget or -slash- an agency ap appropriation,
propriation, appropriation, he will ; have to ns
his veto powers on agencies with
speciallv itemized programs sep separate
arate separate from general : salary and
expense-; f undsfv '-tf1$-,,r-
i In' tniscategory; are ) health, i
ducation, .welfare- an, conservation
budgets, itemized in. such a man manner
ner manner that the governor; could knock
out some programs: -without put putting
ting putting the agencies out of business.
He has indicated," however, that
he would probably look first at
new: jrogramsv,, .;;
- The only rnajnew appropria appropriation
tion appropriation is for 's new junior colleges
which have not yet been built.
. m;--; '.-jv.,' ,':,...-;"
v New service,':' fa Collins'-' own
office budget are the nuclear
development and race relations
commissions 'Which together can
spend only. $100,000.. A relatively
expensive, new program in the
health budget Is 4 i million fdr
hospital service ior indigents. ;
Jn the -prison 'division, a new
$l,l'86,835 : appropriation was made
for temporary; institution at A-
von Park to relieve over-crowding
at Ratford. Onl new item- in the
welfare budget i- million for an
extra $5 monthly ioorf and medic
al" allowance tor I lie aged, blind
and totally disabled. '
OF ST; LOUIS"
- ;THeJ ONeT
' AND OHLV
, WOULD OaiAT
umi Kittsn new ma asnrts
T Midnight Show! :
y FRANK SINATRA la
TThe Man with The GofrJeri Arm"
W t K E N D
ELEANOR PARKER in
Color DE LUXE
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Saturday, JUNE w, US7
BY GEORGE W UNDER --. -, THE? 8TORY OF MARTHA WA1NR
TERRY AND THK FELATBS
DHJUCB. KIT I1 NOT THAT- 1
KID MVSELF, MRS. WAYNE.
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POOR W a5 A SERVANT
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WHATWA4 N IT R3N'TSEANYTHIIylSv
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'SUITl TOOW IS THE ANMIVERSARV OF HER
IT'S THE WW HAPPV LOOKS
A TAPE ClcOScDESc'
VttRE LOSINSVOJRHU5BANirl6WVNN...SHE SIN6S
FIRST VEAR ON THE SHOW.
AT HER. OH, MRS. WAYNE,
in AUOTUER WOMAN yt WvrrJ ?
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WHERE She irV JIMP,
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5EtF A, STRANGEffV-"
IM MIS OLD HOME
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Xc fte people know the truth and ttye country is safe',- Abraham Lincoln:
i!U WASHINGTON. June 15 (UP)
.Military reoresentative of
Honduras, and Nicaragua are
' scheduled to meet this week-end
' or Monday in Guatemala uuy w
arrange the joint supervision of
their cease-fire agreement. It
was announced today.
The announcement was made
at a press conference by Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian Ambassador Ricardo M.
? Arias and Mexican Ambassador
tuis QuintanUla, leading mem
bers of the committee of the Or
franlzation of American States
"Which is seeking a settlement of
the border dispute between the
two central American countries.
" Each country is to send three
or four officers to the meeting of
the. joint Military Committee
which is to take up any com
plaint that might arise In con-
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mrawal and cease-fire agree
Durlnar the press conference,
"rhich lasted more than one hour,
the two diplomats outlined to
tJJSL newspapermen the chrono chronology
logy chronology of events from the time the
first border Incidents were re reported
ported reported to the agreement by the
two countries to seek a settle settlement
ment settlement through the "good offices'
of the OAS.
. Arias and Qulntanilla said the
prospects for a final juridical
settlement or the SO-year-oia
dispute are "very favorable."
At the same time, it was an
nounced that Nicaragua has be
come the 33rd nation to sign an
atomic research agreement with
the United States.
The agreement, a standard
one, will provide Nicaragua with
13.2 pounds of enriched uranium
to fuel an atomic reactor, auan
titles of technical information
and the right to purchase a re
search reactor on the U.S. com
mercial market. ;
In addition, the United States
wm pay up to s350,uoo, or tne
price of any research reactor
Nicaragua decides to buy here.
Nicaragua will receive informa
tion on reactor techniques, the
use of radio Isotopes and on ap
plication of nuclear sciences in
such fields as agriculture ana
For Fresh Fruit,
preliminary arrangement for
the shipment from Florida of
fresh farm produce not available
on the Isthmus wm be maoe
next week by W. C, Bain, Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of the Commissary
Division fold Storage Plant.
Bain will leave for Miami Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by plana to contact pro pro-flue
flue pro-flue brokers in rlorida and de determine
termine determine what arrangements can
bo mad for weekly shipment of
ruh AvlI (tomni Brno a. Tillable
fie Florida; ahd 'Which are higniy
perunaDir wnen inippeu ay
caa Jwlght, These items will
Include cpeeialized 'fresh food
product, vegetables, and fruits
The weekly all lift shipments,
which should start arriving in
the Canal Zone July 1, are being
arranged by the Commissary Di Division
vision Division as a result of discussions
on this subject during recent
community conferences and
Weather Or Not
This wetther repert for the
14 hours ending a.m. tedsy,
if pieprd by the Meteerele
" fical end Hyaregrephie Branch
f the Rename Canal Cempanyt
The U.S. -Nicaragua pact was
to have been signed last week.
The ceremony .was postponed
when Nicaraguan Ambassador
Gulllermo Sevilla Sacasa fell ill.
Sevilla signed for Nicaragua and
acting Assistant Secretary of
State Roy R. Rubottom signed
for the United States.
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PANAMA, jB. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 15, J957
Twins Cause Mild Contusion
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SOGOTA, Juni 15 (UP) The
brother, of a former preswent ox
Colombia escaped injury today
when opposition dynamiters
threw a small bomb into his gar
The target of the dynamiters
was Enrique Santos,,, a newsman
and brother of ex-presldent Ed-
uardo Santos. i.
The bombing apparently was
an observance of the fourth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the coup that made
lieutenant aeneral Gustavo kd-
jas Pinilla President of Colom
bia. He was later overmrown.
Meets Once More
OTTAWA. June 15 (UP) The
outgoing Prime Minister of Can Canada
ada Canada announced today that his
cabinet would stay in office un until
til until next Monday or Tuesday. He
said there are some routine mat matters
ters matters that must be taken care of
in another cabinet meeting. An
Inside -source had already dis
closed that the present govern
ment decided to resign early in
the week after it lost its first
national elections in 22 years.
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TWIN GUXRDS it the Fori Kobbe late ihert are two'
reasons for the' conf used facial expressions seen on many ?
motorists leaving and entering the home of the-20th Infantry".
Regiment. Twins Donald (left) and Ronald MalkowsM of the'
544th Military Police Detachment at Fort Kobbe arrived In -the
command four months ago immediately following their v
MP training at Camp Gordon, Ga. .. r .: (U.S. Army Photo) I
Variety Show Goes
To Men Out In The Field'
The 544th MPs are causing all
kinds of confusion these days at
the Fort : Kobbe ; Rate. Motorists,
entering and leavinp the home of
the : 20th Infantry Regiment, get
euner a snarp saiute or a go-ahead
signal from what appears to
oe me 8me Mr,
This illusion is caused by the
presence of Donald- and Ronald
Malkowski,'; Fort'tJCobbe's twin
MPs, hailing from, ... Chicago: The
twins, both privates,? have been in
me canai zone lor our months
Don and, Hpn have,, understand'
aDiy, caused a few confused head
aches' along the line.. One 'of their
superiors was sure it was Donald
J. and Ronald S, Malkowski,
wnereas ,,uje ooys report the Ini
tials the other way around.
Before entering the' Armv th
MalkowikU became interested in
camping and icoutin activities.
They worked for four summers as
counsellors .at the Glenwood Boys
vainti in ijoreua, wisconsu."'
The recent Cavueo -races sav
the twins a chance to continue this
interest Shuttline the Kobbe re-i
ers irom point to point when neces
sary, and, generally acting- as
counsellors to. the Fort Kobbe hnvii
involved, they found the' interest
oi ine.L-avuco crews at fevfr nitj-h.
"They were a reallv. Well hphsv.
ea group, of boys," on reported,
ana mey certainly enjoyed those
races."' '-.v-v .J:
Graduated from Bloom Townshin
High School in Chicaeo. Don and
Ron entered the Army in Septem-
vi ;. iuur imisning
their basic training at Fort Chaf Chaffee,
fee, Chaffee, Arkansas, they received their
military police training ,at Fort
Gordon, Georgia.-. y j
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machines internal memoryl
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It is in music orchestration Ur
"cm iccu me computer w II
in --its true realm."
. He says "it will h'.hncc.-hi.
write orchestraUons for full c
chestrs on a compute? in less th;
h-tal!es ?man exPert "w
three days to arranoA il
popular music for an orchestra
.'YOUNG ROCK ETE E R Steve f
.Robin, 15, of Glencoe. Ill..rCX
"amihei his nine-foot, flve-staee!
,. rocket which he estimate Willi
1 fly up to 850. mph and soar to J
7,500 feett Steve Is now look- j
ing lor a; testing Ktound ito
launch his rocket.; ;The young- j,,
iter's three-pound contribution
j to rocket research is powered f
by ammonia and nitric cid,
similar to tne power used in;
spSce rockets now in the plan;
ning, stage. Project cost himi
about $12, and wag completed,:
WASHINGTON) JJune 15 (UP)-,drum.-or; core" storage' unit unit-Automaiion
Automaiion unit-Automaiion has nvdded the rr. n. i;-.i lge mit.'
tive field of music 'iBertha,' ah
e'ectronic computer, is writing po-
!" aougs ai vne rate Of 4,000 an
Dr., Martin L. Klin mothom.
tician ; and computer-; authority,
tells about it in the June edition
oi naaio-i.iectronics magazine. t
' ne ano nis collaborator, Dr.
Douglas Bolitho, have taught a
detatron digital computer to
Klein and Bolitho started thpir
project last .spring. In less than
a month the. had the computor
grinding out music at a staggering
They consider the results ohenn.
minal mechanically if not mnsi.
cally. They played one of the. m.
chine's tunes for Jack Owens, ma
jor-league ."pop" song writer and
composer memoer of the Ameri
can Society of ComDosers. Authors.
Owens wrote lvrics for th tun
which was dubbed "Push Button
In less than a week, five re recordings
cordings recordings were nut out. and month
later real, live, human being-i
type artists; performed, it on the
ABC network. -
But the Labrary of Congress; de declined
clined declined to issue a ; copyright on
It had nover been Confronted bn.
fore with a' piece bf music compos
eu uy a macnine. t
In the' case Of "Push Ruttnn
Bertha" the tune had the benefit
of human v performers. But it
could te played men electronic
sound-making devices This would
remove it wholly from connection
with human beings except, of
course, the mathematicians.
To set the computer to com
pose, the experts feed it massive
doses of data.
Then they push certain buttons
and th cbmour if it haa
been trained and fed properly
selectively i accepts or 'rejects
numbers which ultimately are
translated irrto note f thi. die-
s It makes its selections from
quantities of j information Vwhich
ha been stored in' its; magnetic
PnC2rtlr$ f fergusoh
To RcSiln In Zonl
Two Weeks Longer
"L A. Ferguson, general 'man
ager of the PanamadCanal Co.'s
New.' York operations, who ar
rived in the Canal Zone earlier
this week will spend another two
weeks in the Canal Zone before,
returning to New York. ':',,.:;
' His present visit IS for the bur-
pose of conferring with various
company government officials
on activities in New York. He 4s
also scheduled to appear before
the Budget Committee of' the
board of directors which meets
at Balboa Heights' during the
last week of this month.
; At present Peter DeStef ano' is
acting as general manager of the
New York operations. He will
come to the Canal Zone early
next week to Join Ferguson for
tne remainder oi ras visit ana
during that ten-day period.' John
J. Barton will be ln charge of
the New York office and operaH
BAN ANTONIO. 3une IS (VP)
Now, the case of Knldo Esca-
mllla, of San Antonio, Texas.
He took his wife shopping In
the family car,' and while the
shopped he dosed in a parking
When he woke up, Escamilla
called the oops his shirt and
undershirt had been stolen. The
police wrote on the blotter "no
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TECKN'COLOR A I
Usually, when a variety show
plays some of the posts here on
the Isthmus, the men in the field
can .only hear later of the good
performances they missed.
. Not o last week, however, as
Mrs. Uucille Sidberry, -.Eort Kob Kob-bee's
bee's Kob-bee's service club director, sent
the latest show directly from, Fort
Kobbe to Rio Hato, where the 20th
Infantry s First Battalion 1 under
going training. 4 ; n
Mrs. Sidberry, replacing Mrs
Dorris Caldwell as service club
director while the latter is on va
cation, lined up a host of amateur
stars from Balboa and Rodman
Naval Base, in additiu. to those
from Fort Kobbe, for the latest en
tertainment. Mr. John Stabler
served as director of the volunteer
The various-acts were weu re
ceived at the Fort Kobbe service
club. on Friday evening, June 7.
LBut an even bigger reception a
waited them at Rio Hato the fol
lowing night. There men of the
20th's First Battalion, busy with
the many squad and company lev
el problems, greeted the show with
ven creater enthusiasm.
our musical xroups were a
mong those on hand: The String
Busters." composed of Lewis and
Bruce Bateman, Jerry Curtii, Oi-
mona tawi ano i rani aiaoier, ve
terans of performances at the U
nion Chib. El Paaama. Atlas Gar
dens 'and El Rsncho: Days, Kay
Curtis, Diana Braswell, Ana Days
Choose To Elect :
IASTVTLL1L Va, June IS CUP)
The little town of Eastvllle.
Vlrtinla, Has sUged a petticoat
revolt at the polls.
The voters turned all the male
officials out of office and elect
ed their wives by write-in bal ballots.
lots. ballots. William Shannhouse. can
didate for mayor, lost to his wife
by one vote. The new mayor
Ura. Shannhouse lent a bit
happy about it, however.
he said none of the women
were trying to become candl
dates. In her words "We dont
feel for a minute we should flU
our hosbemlr shoes." ..
ehannbouse called It a 'practi 'practical
cal 'practical oke. About 110 persons are
eUcible to vote In the town of
311 cltuerva. However, only 24
bothered to go to the polls...
and thfy evidently preferred the
- There was only one exception.!
One man lost out to bis mother.
and Martha Wellis; ''The Melody
Four" and "The Five Thrills."
The three individual entertainers
included in the show, were Balboa
High's Verna Bennett, a rock 'o
roll singer; 1 Bill Hele, harmonica
soloist; and accordianist Raulans
Retfrowr -; ? -v,
The group rehearsed together
for a week prior to the first two
performances. On hand to assist
were members of tne Fort Kobbe
Enusiea Men s Advisory council.
The next performance of :the
latest variety show will tomorrow
at cocon. . ; ; ; i
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i she's playing in a movie en-
! tiUed "Sad Sack," it's quite ob
vious ballerina Luiane Monte
vecchl Is far .from being "one.
The lovely French dancing star
plays the role of Zita, a Moroc
can night club, entertainer, in
! the sanyj J erry Lewis comedy.
STEPS TOWARD HOPE Six-year-old Donna Deyfong, of ,v
.'Grand Rapids, Mich, who was bora without legs, shows how
well she can walk with artificial limbs in. a demonsratipn s
before the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare in
.Washington. Looking on, in foreground, are Sen. Pat Me-.
. Namara (D-Mich.) and Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers (R-Ms.),
Donna's artificial limbs, though attached by no cumbersome
harness, need nothing more than suction to stay on. r.
Man Behind Bedr(
Escorts jMeg '.
- LONDON. June. 15 UP-I
There's a mystery with a beari
in front of it in London.
It seems that no one knovf
who was the bearded gent whi
took Princess. Margaret to tH
theater yesterday, i i
.A theater spokesman said ta
bearded one reminded him of
movie star, but he couldn't sa
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IB ffil a ess aa m. a a.
Varied Program Of Arts; Crafts Siet I a e1
For,; Ancon, Balboa; Diablo Pupils h $
R E LEA S E S
Shows: 12:55, 3:28, 6:02,
0 40 p.m.
Ah. extensive arts and crafta'work' shop tor the boys and
program for an Canal Zone cmoplete cake decorations course
scnooi cbudren between trades for the girls.
one and eight, inclusive, will start I Dvinr the latter coarse, the
July 1. in Balboa. Ancoo, and', y win. cooks will leara U deco-
Diablo Heights -Schools, it hu rate t cake esiag no teaslls
A DARfNG AS THE
7 SCREEN WILL EVER
beea announced by the Summer
Registration for these classes
is now being held each afternoon
at eaca or ine acnoou curing
RAP GUEEN Loo5oc-t mass
circulaboa Sunday Pictorial, la
a front per story, sharply
criticized Queen Elizabeth for
aroing to tbe races tooeftea. aixl
' aucfested many' Britons dieap-
prore of ber arid fntereft to a
port eaonevted dth gemblicg.
The papr was particularly
critical ct brr attwvdioce at the
three-day Badminton Horve
Trials, where she is pictured,
The best work does In .'the
classes each week will be dls-
the following hours: An con from played durtng e special program
1 to 3 p.nt4 Balboa and Diablo which will be televised bv cm.
Height from 2 to 4 p.m.' The, At the end of the year prizes
registration will close Wedea-:wUl be given to the three chtl-
day, June 1. dree who have done the best J
i w vmci wuim mm- in,ui uuii"i ui( ceasoa ana uui
i jujy i ana continue rata Aucusi program also will be oa the lo-
9, wuj d conducted by voiuaieer cal television network,
morkers ander the dlrecUon of A rertetratloa fee ef 11. 51 will
Mrs. H. W. Oriffln. of Balboa, be charred U help defray the
mey wiu ne neia rrom i u n eeet er natenaia.
a-m. Monday.- Kedaesday. and,. All other expenses will be cov
Friday at Ancoe; oa Monday.Jered by the Bummer Recreation
i f r,-Q
-J s Mrs. iJi
r f f s y
Toeeday, and rriday at Baiboa;
aad Monday, Thursday, and
rriday at Diablo Heigh u.. f.
Instruction win be liven the
r ru.fi re ourug these
the -snaking of tacit
Committee which is sponsored!
Dv tna ranal 7nn rnmmntilti
Volunteer 5 workers, who will
hoars onfassirt Mrs. Oriffln are Mrs. Roy
things UfWalther and Mrs. Deil Carsoa
0 ft 1 SmD,
linn thadM' and nlar miti'niihln w.'oVt.- xt". n,nrT r- l A
from tne fiber of the r.iUrt cor-i?lmpson. of Ancon- paul E!U. at 1 V J-.? rri "IT
t e ffrM aa 4 w . mm in. itA. u H...wA- a fcUh i
EAL V.. ViiS' mmm
and piM of fish scale. In adSl-'schoc! students who J.it volun- cv T Ti t
Won, tbera will be 4 special woodleered their servlcea. Uj rr, j rrr'tjTirri a "gra"r3 m "g
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