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ANOTHER STORY Army Specialist' 3rd Clast William Girard, center, met newsmen at Camp
; AVhittinrton. Janan. and repudiated his etatemjnt that American military authorities had put
pressure on him to stand trial in i Japanese court, on a charge of manslaughter u.b. Army
' v Assistant Judge 'Advocate, Brig. Gen. Charles L., Decker is at GJrard'a left, andLat right is
hisArmy legal adviser, MaJ. Stanley P. Levin. .;,,
Jap c yew
MOMONOI," Japan,- June 18
1 (UP)- Two eyewitnesses said to today
day today that G. I. Wiham S. Girard
" warned Japanese scrap pickers to
fet off the Camp Weir firing range
efora he fired the shot which is
- alleged to have : kiled JAts. Naka
, The, prosecution's key witnes,
: Hidetsugu Onozekl, and Hatsuo
JMihara pofh said emphatically that
tiirardBhlised- group. of Japa Japanese
nese Japanese r.etsT pickers away from his
puard posl, on the firing range be be-'.'
'.' be-'.' tore th incident .' t .'
' The wirneses slid' that Gir-f
'rd was unarmtd when he wis
waving the Japanes. out of the-
Warned Off Scrap Scaveriti
.. -chased ut was Mrs. Naka $a
i 1 fcat and key wlitass Onoitki. i
: Onozekl -said while' Girard was
running the group out in one direc direction,
tion, direction, Mrs. Sakai and he "hi(J" he-
guard area and began picking up
empty shells. v 4
Onozekl saidGiraVdJhrew' erap-
, ty shell casings near Mrs. Sakai
and himself twice, and when Ono-
zeKi went ta pick, tne casings up.
' Girard loaded his grenade launch
er, aimed directly at him and fir
r ed. .- -'-.: ',-.,ie: .':-?.;;
' Qnozeki stated emphatically ithat
fcpeciaust Third Class Victor -. N.
. throw- empty shell j casings ; to-
wards Mrs.f Sakai and did not in
dent. - ;
1- In Washington; meanwhile the
Federal Judge decidine whether
Oirard should be brought home
immediately from Japan consider consider-ved
ved consider-ved the case today under the ipur
j, ij vi rfuiui x osier DUlleS,
tederal Judge Joseph C-Mc-,
uarrasny was exoected "to hnH
" m mcvuiiwu V1U CUIUS ; UllS
. wee. ;
Dulles, said In a disposition be-
, lore tne court released vestprd
, that a speedy decision was need-
-. ea io avoid "great embarras-
ment" to the United States.
"avtry hw- in which
-the isiu of whether Japan er a
military court martial
should tra. cir.j c
- Bfesjati tell sl'&aLItBil
,f w w P e Si j
rcr l v:rco r
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- HOLLy'OOD. June ll (UP)!
mm star Terry Moore sued Pan Pan-.
. Pan-. sima Insurance broker Eugene
; McGrath for divorce vesterdav.
Miss Moore's Suit was filed tn
Sahta.Mcmlra Superior Court by
ttorney Jerry Giesler. Her com complaint
plaint complaint said she tld not seek all all-'
' all-' mony because the was' "well t
. ble ta suprort and to care for
"""" r.a oes not want any
The metres had commuted
between here, Kew Tors: and local courts tor oiiensea comma comma-Panama
Panama comma-Panama einrt she and McGratnitea woue sot oa me performance
ere married at Laj Veyas, Nev or duiy. -
Jan. i, 15:5. Sbe previously had. lot other side of the arrument
been marr-.pd to football star,
Glenn Davis. Her divorce action
aaid she and McGrath separated
She asked for $1 a month to token
ken token a'irr.o"? tut demanded that
McGrath r' "ore to her papers
hd a!d foKolre leniion cf American ciUiens
to McGrath that.'eir charge! relations wiUi
1 dewn." ite ivtv.
messes Say Gi
f v t ; --,
woman was not set set-source
source set-source of Intornation-
frictien. He also Said there' is.
pesible "risk et injury te U-
nited States personnel located in
. Administration : offcfals said
Dulles wanted a quick decision so
the case can reach the Supreme
Court r before it recesses ; for the
summer.1 Next Mondsy will he" the
ast"tnm..'7 U 'cwront. term
unless jthe1 justices otherwise ord order.
er. order. "
For Giving Girard To Japs
WASH1NGT0N, June M UP) UP)-Feace
Feace UP)-Feace makes strange bedieliows,
too, just as politics aoes. Perhaps
that explains tome of the mis
understanding and -resentment in
tne United States about the plight
of Specialist third class William
s., Uirard... ..'-'".
It is posible.? alsd"; that D.S, ci
tizens have not been able to ad
just themselves ta .tne rapiuiy
burning oDjectives of- American
wreigu policy. Most Americans
now alive adjusted themselves a
very few years ago to foreign po policy
licy policy oDjecuves v. which basicauy
were these: ;
- Kill v Germans; ? destroy their
homes and their industry, a
2. Ditto, for tne Japanese. -Uouea
States toreigar policy now
ii oased on two. couniuerauun of
laci wmch it would have been al
most treasonaoie to kUggesi dur during
ing during war time. The facts are these;
i. Oermany now is tne iree na nations'
tions' nations' ancnor. man in the West a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst communism. '' : : -r -.,
; k. Japan auto in- the' feast, V -,
auca cunsiuerations- ti Wvi as
toese have led lo some events
wmcn scarcely could have been
xoreseeu nor creuiieu u tuey iu
oeeu suggesieu a lew aaorw years
ago. or example: .
oiraru. a juiuuie West farm
boy, nas been handed over by ue
u.w, huveiuiiieui. iu oe uica uy
Japanese courts on ,caarges- m
sduouug ana Killing a Japanese
woman on a U.x target range ia
japau. im nas caused reeoi-
muii in me United States.
O.V. omciais ere aware that
failure re turn Cirard ever tor
yoponose trial wetM cause even
greater resentment in Japan.
inis snuauoti causeu ml
George Smamers (U-ti. to say
a lew ca a,o toat tne Unueu
alaies ia proceeding on. a course
of "mass appeasement" of the Ja Japanese
panese Japanese Deu,ii anu oLUers in
maiung me status ot lorccs agree-jflf
mems with foreign nauons.
ugreemenu provae tor the' trial
mt Amn-n miitt r nriAnful her
Is provioed by the r ormoa icci-
oent ia which Chinese rioters sack
ed the U-5. Embassy. The not
took piece alter a VS. military
court tried an American soldier
oa charges of shooting a Chinese
peeping torn. The soldier was
In Kewlcleared and released. :
however that may he, the Gi-
rard incident has focused the at-
Glrard's attornevsin New York
attacked Dulles. They, said he took
an unprecedented t'brazen" step
and accused him of trying ttfhave
his political actions "rubber stamp stamped"
ed" stamped" by -the courts. i'V'e
"Were it not for1 the fact that a
high public oficial ofthe United,
States were involved, he would pe petition
tition petition the court for a contempt ci citation
tation citation .of his improper attempt to
lnteiTere with normal-judicial pro.
cesses ft-m "Federal court,! tuey
said. ' '' i
The Charge is not on! in .the
least. TheHWestern enemy's role
of friend and ally against the
Kremlin long since was formalized
by admission ..of West Germany
u uieiuuersiup in ins nonn At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty Organization. Ameri American
can American officials; over the years had
ueeu. preparing puDllC Opinion in
the United States for .Something
Uke that.- ri' ?
Fresldent Eisenhower visited
Germany in 1951 as the supreme
commander ef Atlantic defenses.
It was a feed will visit during
which Eisenhower fold the Cor
mans "byfonet are bygones' so
far as World War II enmity was
. concerned. -v..
He said the Germans' could be become
come become equal partners with the
West and that he did not oueation
the ''honor; of most Germane a-
sauisj, wnom ne fought, ;
The, partnership has become
steadily more secure so firmly
established by now that' the nomi nomination
nation nomination on Feb. 7 of this yesr of
German It. Gen. Hans Speidel to
be commanuorv of NATO ground
forces in Central Europe caused
hardly a ripple in the United
Speidel aucceeded a French gen general,
eral, general, Marcel U. Carpentier. In
World War II, Speidel was chief
of staff to Field Marshal. Erwin
Rommel during the Allied inva
sion of Normandy. ;. .;"
These strange bedfellows of
peace can be matched, of course,
by the strange bedfellows of war,
the strangest wartime pair being
the United States and Stalin's U U-nion
nion U-nion of Socialist Soviet Republics.-
All A ms!
iue&eja ru it.lCliU
John Jude has beea appoint appointed
ed appointed manager of All America Ca Cables
bles Cables and Radio, Inc.. at Balboa,
In relief ofL. H. stroup who re retired
tired retired to Hawaii early this year.
, . -
Mr. tod Mrs. Jude arrived on
the Isthmus recently. Jjie serv served
ed served here previously from ltjl
He hat a lor
with AU Amen
riot' posit t:
Panama, r. p., Tuesday, june is, 1957
Oh ; Reds Causes Alarm"
Washington; June it (UP)-
The government's drive, .against
Communists and fellow travelers
faltered todav a s a 1 n s t more
sweeping new restrictions laid
down by the Supreme Court,
Alarm. was expressed in some
quarter' of congress that the
court had gone too far. Chairman
James 0. Eastland1 (D-Miss.) of
the Senate Internal Security Sub
committee accused the justices of
"undermining our existing bar
riers' against communist subver
sion.'; (r-Ti:. 'ti v-""
The Justice Department and the
FBI declined comment on the lat
est 'decisions but were known to
be deeply disturbed.
" The new rulings on the commu communist
nist communist ijuestion, coupled with earlier
ones in the fields of anti .trust
regulation and military law, should
the "liberal bloc" on the court to
be dearly 4 4command;4. 'j
. In nearly all tMwe declslens,
the majority has -consisted e
Chief Justice Earl Warren, twe
long-time liberals en the eeurt
Justices Huge L. Black end Wil William
liam William O. Douglas end twe com.
parative newcomers Justices
John M, Harlan and William J.
Brennan Jr t .
. .' I
The court yesterday handed both
the government and congress these
sharp setbacks in their anu-sun-
It freed five oi i utuiornia
ot t'" r',vcrr!ment-J..an'is.V",',er"i
new' truis for the other, nine, la
doing to., it -held that the Smith
Act. the eovernment's main lwea
pon in prosecuting Communists,
does' not prohibit, .'"teaching's of
forcible overthrow as an abstract
principle,' divorced from any ef effort'
fort' effort' to' instigate, action te t h a t
end.";:v-".i; -,.;' .Vv;.i .'-.
It dismissed the -contempt of
Congress conviction, of Illinois la labor
bor labor leader. John T. Watkins who
' A spokesman for. L o e a 1 WO,
AFsr.ME. -AFL-CIO declared to
day that, the first meeting -for
employes of contracting firms and
other private companies operating
in. (ha rinil Zone will be held in
th union's Atlantic Side office in
Cristobal on Monday, July $ start
ing at e:s p.m.- ( .'.,
Th spokesmsn said the Admin Administrative
istrative Administrative Committee of Local 900
mot lait nieht In Cristobal where
it was unanimously decidedto
hold this jneeting aa the rallying
point toward launching out on a
concentrated organizing enve u
unionize the 'workers of privste
firms operating ia the Canal Zone.
Throuah a ruling handed down
recently by International president
Arnold S. Zander and administra administrative
tive administrative vice-president Milton Murray,
this group of employes, who here
tofore has not been unionized, is
now eligible to Join AFSCMX lo
cal unions in the Zone. t ,;-.
The spokesman added tnat the
executive officers also discussed
the low-cost bousing project which
is new being studied by the Inter International
national International Union, tinder which mem members
bers members in good standing in Locals
900 and 907 "would be eligible to
own their own homes through u-
"Officers reported that werfcert i
all ever the Isthmus are MoV
eating greet enterest in the pf-
ioct, which will be the first ef
he kind in Panama sponsored by
' Bees use of the long trends
which could not be handled at
last night's meeting. Local 0 00
president Harold W. Berner ad adjourned
journed adjourned the meeting. He reqeust reqeust-ed
ed reqeust-ed that ail officers return next
Monday to resume discussion, up
permost on the s fends for next
Ul be the drafting of,
aa overs a erfsnixamg
drive which will be tied ta with
aa educational program.
Heat Did It
TTjOR AL PARK. N. Y, June IS
(UP) Rooert Mandeniaier.
tr'-irfj. r.rinmn Vll
rn Iaci fart
;:. -Z fire t- four fre'tht ears. Pre'-'" Driiel rignole wat e e-h;
h; e-h; rn a C- -V.r.t spree. pori, tut the city wat BTilet
It - u the heat," tr". as rrttestt riott had aot
- -r ;:a-. gof.e a vr :r way.
Be Thrown Out
, WASHINGTON, Jane J (UP)
Playwright Arthur ; Miller's
, lawyer asked a federal court
today to throw ent hit eon-
; tempt ef congress .. conviction
v on the basis ; of Supreme
Court ruling yesterday which
he aaid "fits the: case Ilk
A' memorandum- -fllee! with
U.S. District Judge Charles F.
McLaughlin urged new trial
for Miller or outright acquittal,
refused to 'name persons he nad
known .to be in the Communist
movement. In doing so it .' held
that henceforth witnesses before
Congressional'' oommittees are
within their rights in- refuting to
answer questions unless the com'
mittees establish the pertinency of
tne questions, ,B'3
It set aside the -lovaltv-firinc
of veteran diplomat John Stewart
service. The court did not rule on
the loyalty question! hut based its
decision on what it .called proce
dural flaws by then Secretary of
State Dean Acheson la firing serv
These decisions, plus an earlier
one tnat the government must pro-
with certain' material from htther-
flo aecret -FBI files, hit hardest at
the drive against Communists.
-Funeral services were held In
the Panama Cathedral today, for
ex-President Dr. Au gusto Bam
uel Boyd, who died suddenly yes.
terday at his residence on Fede
rico Boyd Avenue In the capital
city. Interment was In Amadpr
Cemetery Prominent Isthmians
attended the rites.
Dr. Boyd's age was 77. His
health had been precarious in
recent years,.- r
A' distinguished physician be before
fore before he entered politics. Dr. Boyd
received his medical training at
Columbia Medical School In New
York City. For a time he was
connected with a municipal hos hospital
pital hospital there. v ..
He was a member of both. the
American College of Surgeons
and the International College of
Surgeon. ,xX;,; 7,
In'lS38, he was elected first
Vice-President of Panama on
the same slate which Installed
the late Juan Demos tenet Arose,
mena ae President.
President Aroeemena died sud
denly In office In December. 1839.
At the time. Dr. Boyd was in
Washington, aenrlng aa Panama
Ambassador to the United States.
He flew home to accede as Chief
Executive, and served out the re remainder
mainder remainder of the term which end
ed in October 1940.
Besides his widow, Mrs. Raauel
de la Guardla de Boyd, the late
President la survived by a eon,
Augusto 8. Boyd Jr., who Is a
Panama City businessman, and
a daughter, Mrs. Dora Boyd de
Eleta, wue or carios tieta. an
engineer. Dr. Boyd also left tlx
In recent Tears, he had be
come active In the business life
of Panama, and at the time of
hi death was president of Ce Ce-mento
mento Ce-mento Panama.
Three Arrive -v y 4
On SS Cristobal
Amonr the passenrcrs debark debark-In
In debark-In in Cristobal vesterdav from
the 8S Cristobal were three who
had boerdMl the ahln In HaitL
None of thera were refurees.
One passenger wat a Haitian.
Girard Alien, -who Is scheduled to
retern o the tame ship.
Tne other two were Csecha,
Zdenek Benda and Sperra Boh
umil. en route to Costa Rica.
! The thin was la Port-ae
on Saturday, the day
THE WtDOW and close rela relatives
tives relatives of the late president Jose
Antonio Remon- wrote to tha
Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court yesterday : requesting that
those accused of the assassin
tion of the late President : be
brought to trial at quickly ; at
possible.- ( , :
8 The letter, tigned by the wi
ow Mrs. Cecilia Pinel Remon, the
brother, Alejendro, and the five
sisters of ;Oen. i Remon jj asked
Chief -Justice pedro F. Parllla to
do everything 'possible to bring
about the trial quickly f; t
r PRESIDENT Ernesto- da: la
Ouardia Jr. revealed at a press
comerence yesteraay tnat tne
government owes the Social Se Security
curity Security Board $7,000,000' dating
back -from past administrations
and that his administration" la
beginning- to pay off ;the debv .'
i1'r"-tV'''''!';''st; v;"n'; imii!"''n"1
..- -The President also revealed
that Increased Social, Security
benefits for, both the Insured
and hit dependent will he the
result of a proposed Increase
In Social Security taxes. In ad
dltlori, the Increase will c per-1
' mit the Social Security Board
to have it own;, hospital by
Accordinor to. the Clan, social
security taxes will be Increased
from 8 per cent to 13 ner cent
beglnninr next year. belnr iro-
rressiveiy increased imtil, they
' THE XJQCKL -.vllqtfor -fnduttry;
took run page aot v newspapers
today to-expiam tne reasons for
a return to the 1994 wholesale
prices, f ''";".'j-4 ' t '
The ad exDitinea that tne. u-
ouor Industry ha put an end to
.1. i .in
me ruinous coippeuuun wicjr
have beea waging" since 1954, be
cause many of them were selling
at lest than cost price. The sit
uation Is worsened by-the fact
that there are enormous amount
of uncollected bllll, the Industry
taid, ; f-
' PRESIDENT Ernesto de la
Ouardia "predicted' yesterday
that his" admiipstratlon- win
close but the year with a bal
TJA'J' Reo. Charles O.'. Porter,
who had been visiting Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, It tald to have accepted the
Invitation extended by the ta tabloid
bloid tabloid El Dia to visit Panama. The
paper reported f gettln a tele
phone message irom .iu uosia
Rica corresnondent' to the ef
fect that Porter had accepted
the Invitation. Porter returned
to Washington yesterday but is
expected to notify the paper
when he will be able to come to
7 MPH Over Limit
Brings $J5 Fine v
Speeding 47 m.ph. In- a 40-
mlla zone broueht 1 Ruperto
Martroes. S5. an American aol-i
dler. Into Balboa Maglttrate s
Court today. :
Hit fine wat gis. :
July 4th Group
Sale Of Dance Tickets Lags
The Pacific tide Independence
Day celebration committee hat to total
tal total bank deposits of SUS from con
tributions and ticket tales, com
mittee treasurer George case re
ported today. Case ssid the total
would be increased considerably
after pledges are handed in.
The committee is seeking $3,000
ia which to present a gala Fourth
of July celebratioa which will be
capped ef with a display of fire
works on sosa Hin.
Committee chairman Alfred Gau
via reported last night that sales
for the Jnae a fund raising
dance at the Fort Amador Ameri American
can American Legion Dub are lagging and
urged commirte members to re
new their selling efforts.
Members of Girl s State report
ed thev intend te ceme 9 with a
selhnt rimmicK wbica win c
folded this earning saturoay.
ley. Seevte ere swferwm a
ial fleet. Ctrl icevte WW
he Wi the elllw e
drinks. The military hat remis remised
ed remised e display tt Its lateer eejwie eejwie-mnf
mnf eejwie-mnf in the vtrkinf tat eret
rS ta&M Fire S?ahe
u II sseaeaw i -i f
t I--' t
Oh Treaty BiV
' WASHINGTONJune 18 (UP) W. E. Potter, C
ernor of the Canal Zone, 'testified befort Congress.-
today in support of a bill to put into effect the emplc.
ment provisions of the Memorandum of Understandir i
in the 1955 treaty with, Panama.. ,.
vh Potter was the first witness as the Senate Post Offi-i
and Civil Service Committee began a series of hearir i
on the bill. George ft, Roderick; assistant Secretary of t
Army, also endorsed the bill which was introduced L
Committee Chairman Olin Johnston,
. The bill authorize! each agen- j'..-,, i
cjrof the VS. government in thef
Zone to conform Its wage prac
tice! in the canal zone to tne
principles set forth In the Mem Memorandum
orandum Memorandum of Understandings.
1 The memorandum pledged the
United States to seek legislation
to permit the establishment of a
uniform wage plan and the cov coverage
erage coverage of Panamanian citizen em
ployes under the Civil Service
Potter explained to the com
mittee that three major princi
ples are involved.
,. f irst, mere mvw sintji
,ic ttt J afl job mutt km '.
' elstifi4 and titled withanf retard
te the nationality el the ecseeanh
U cttisent way, hewevsr, sentK
nue te raceive the trveical different
, tlal end ins raasad leave benefits, i
; Second, there must be eauallty
of opportunity .for employment
to all positions provided that ap
plicants are qualified. Provision
is made for the determination by
the U.S. of those positions which
mutt be filled by V. citizent for
Third; provision la made for
the application of U.S. Civil
Service retirement to employe!
of the Canal organizations. At
6 resent tne employes oi otner
.8. government agencies alrea-
"There will be one major re
suit a single system of employ
ment practices for all U.5. agen
cies In the Zone." Potter said
The present multiple1 eystems
preven tany meaningful coordl
Retired Colonel v
John H. Kneubel
Dies' At Gorqas.
Col. John H. Kneubel, UnlW
ed States Army reu died In
oorgas Hospital this morning
a few hourt after being admit
ted. Hit age wat 87.
With Mrt. Kneubel, he had
been a guest for teveral months
in the home or hit ton-in-iaw
and daughter, CapL and Mrt.
Arthur underwood, at Ft. Kob-
Earlv this morning, i Col.
Kneubel complained of chest
pains. He wat brought In from
Ft Kobbe to Oorgas where he
died ft t:40 a.m.
end Balbee Reed,' end various
crvie end see la I erf aniiattani el else
se else are ptHching in their time end
aneney -a . 'i t --
; v-w- '
The mam tpeaker at the patrio patriotic
tic patriotic exercises on the Fourth will
be LU Gen. R. M, Montague, chief
of the Caribbean Command.
Case listed the following ? con con-tributora
tributora con-tributora te the Fourth of July
Celebratioa: Bildon Inc. $20, Dil Dillon
lon Dillon and Hickman Jit, Cocon Civic
Council $60, Union Oil Co. $25. R.
C Worsley $2, First National Bank
(Uanager) $25, Home H. L Co.
$5, Hojalatena Panama $2, Es te tehee
hee tehee Duraa Am at $s. Isthmian Con Constructors,
structors, Constructors, Inc. $10, Swift and Co.
$10, Kodak, Panama $20, Post No.
1 American Legion $100, Lloyd R.
H. (Eae) $23, Frances V. Sharp
Ticket tale reported were: Don
Harisoa (V.F.W.) $, GirU and
Boys Staters $153, Emmett Zemer
IV), CoeoH Council $11. Ft Kobeb
Officers Wives $53, Alfred Gau Gau-vm
vm Gau-vm $1. Post ho. l American. Le Le-g
g Le-g oa $r.
tt j--...'.' ? '-, .' -.
"LONDOJT, Jue 11 (VT)"
official W'ict, ( s(V ""! i
Pspr 'iJvestia todayaci-u;, ;
rold Ea Stailen of trvina in u.r.
the London disarmament talks at at-though
though at-though he threw Ws support yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday to a new Soviet disarma disarmament
ment disarmament scheme.
The1 Jzvestia hlaat ant i-.r.
that France plans to reject any
outright ban on nuclear tettt be because
cause because it expectt ttf hive nuclear
weapons of itt own within 't w o
yeart raised major now tntgi in
the London talks which resume
tAn Iivestia editorial broadcast
by Moscow Radio said "intrigues'
had sprung up around S t a s s e a
aimed at wrecking tha talks. : It
said Stasten had been given the
task of trying to discredit the So.
viet proposals by leading the U.N.
disarmament subcommittee into
an impasse and shifting responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for failure of the talks onto
the Soviet Union.
A New York dispatch far Irvet Irvet-tia
tia Irvet-tia attacked American "oDnonenta
of international cooperation."
dared the "overwhelm inf mst; r-
ity of the American public-wants
immediate ending of a a e 1 a a r
tests'- and said the calculations of
the Washington Vatomaniaea'' are
"built on sand and doomed to fail.
Fourth, US AtOaT.!:
lii Nevada Desert
ATOP ANGELS' : PEAK.' Nev.-
June 1$ (UP) The Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy Com mis sloe detonated the
fourth atomic blast of the spring
summer test series today a pre predawn
dawn predawn explosion designed ia part
to study the effects of the blind
ing atomic flash on the eyes.
. The secret test device was fir fired
ed fired at 4:45 t.ra. from tv platform
suspended beneath a -captivi bal balloon
loon balloon floating 500 feet above-' the
Nevada desert at Yucca Flat; ap approximately
proximately approximately 75 miles from- La a
With the aid ef a clear wesf tra
night, it was "the brightest ilait
yet in. the test series and waa
clearly aeea in aa Francisco, ap
proximately 35 airline miles d.--
AEC- obsenrerr said the hu:e
firebsll did not touch the groan i.
The device was calculated to yte i
the force equivalent to approxi
mately 10.000 tons of TNT, about
half the power of the bombs tv?t
smote Hiroshima and Nagass i
toward the end of World war 1-
ARBON. Switzerland. June !t
(UP A DC-3 training pla-
of the Swiss Alrlinet crsihed i
to Lake Constance today. F1-.
report said 10 persons, a'.I s -Use
personnel, were aboard,
A police spokesman said
two-en rlne aircraft aank a'
crash. The lake is about tf t
deep at that point.
There was no tnunedUU :
port oa casual .:-.
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TUESDAY, JUNE 1811957
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Tfc. M.S Baa h anas faniNi far MldM Of Tht Panama Americas,
Letters ara receives gratefully ana are handled In a wholly eoafidantlal
If tm contribute a lattar deaths Impatient It lr doets'r appeerths
art day. Laftara ara publishes" is the order received. ,,'
' Neat fry ts keep the leMart limited fa ana pass (snath.
. Identity sf lattar writers it held In strictest confidence. :.
Thia newspaper anumat sa responsibllitr far statements sr spiniest
expressed Is letters fram roseer.
THE MAIL BOX
CANAL SERVICE AWARDS
. V . li... t..ai ii. strain Arinthfcr riishiM OUt Of IP'
( clal 5U Eard. to P6anTempVxor doing what they
I 5!fd to SnSher bug-eyed group of V
bosln front of the same old grandfather clock. How areary
" Mf fv.UHnd of interesting to note the type of Zone worker who
. inCsrisbW receives toese accolades. Hash-slingers, carpenters
- not performed out-
traly eomlcal. lftwl take Ji wrM cr w disinteeratine from
?he wau Sf'lSX onesell in the reata;of
, 't '''' (v'" ''j
By VICTOR RIESIL
. Awards, tnly threr were present
jtfhamea w snow iv
Tired Of It All
SUGAR IS NOT SWEET
S br"Jr"Ji itoSS. n oS m S we r, i i'
tout MM kU lunlly IntaMJ .J iS'll mh.nt. cWU
tf fnad tuel were (uvea in
to buy to Panama?. Panama's economy--
CU5T'." .. ffiSSfft? Sel to
OTlwa,lfi's iJl"iJei SKWW chief TeoVMe.
inlh exclusive-rigM to. squeefs every cent they cttf rt o?r ho c.inir to bury Beck SoliUcai;
me CUSlorner,, wimt i: V:wm r1f ?
Bessmen U can nerer come of age. : ThouihtfH.
DONT DROP DEAD CLUB
- Sera is our reply to The Grave Digger which PVeartd to
fdur lumn ibout a week or so ago. The following is a set of
zules for the Don't Drop Dead ciud:
Go to the office as infrequently as possible
Vj t S. IS? frienXTith thi' boa,', daughter and present her
; l Dri5toUeve?Jthlrfg to everybody including the Janitor
i l?orBder to aC youTself plenty of time to plan your
Whan n crLriTdevelops. play dumb (this won't be hard)
and place tht blame on subordinates. .
When forced to attend conferences, completely Ignore
Sa and I devoto entire time to telling risque i Joke,
At noon, always tell your secretary you have an impor impor-tnt
tnt impor-tnt conference and may be a few hours late, tome tome-diatoly
diatoly tome-diatoly thereupon depart for a restful rendezvous at your
favorite Panama bistro.
Periodically move contents of In-Box to M-'n.
Regard every Monday as a continuation of the weekend.
U everything else falls, put tranquilizer pills in the boss'
t0ttH' Tired, But Still Wring
They're about to fore1oJ
Dave Beck. His landlord
dy to evict the man in the : ironic
mask., from hii hnm and awim.
' The men who iold the rfeed tn
Beck's $168,000 chunk of Seattle
suDurma plan to give him notice
on or about July 1. At that, time
iney wm meet with him in Los An.
gela,' Town House a unorale.
tarian a hostelry as you can find
uus aiae oi tne ueorges Cinq.
These steel ;: hearted men nn.
minojin mat utet is down to his
last swimming, pool; are Ms vice
presidents, tne General Executive
Board of the International Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Brotherhood. They have just
checked the deed to Beck's pro
perty and home. The papers are
in gooa oraer. tnamts to the all'
seeing eye of Teamo secretary ,,
treasurer Johnny English the sage
who made certain that stout fella
Beck really signed over his Seattle
nome to tne Teamsters when he
sold it to the Brotherhood.
The deed gives the national u u-nion
nion u-nion full ownership of Beck's house
and the surrounding property
the size of which and the tenants
of which have not yet been de
termined by Mr., English. All that
sees retainea was permission to
live in the house, which union
jack built, rent free.
Now a majority of tha vies
presidents want the union's mon money
ey money back. They've agreed tp kick
ecK out of the home as soon
as they kick him out of the pres
idency sf tha Teamsters. The
veeps.are not certain, but they
believe they ean swat Back whan
they meat in July, the weak sf
independence Day, which they
see as symbolic
They also believe they hive rea
son to believe that Beck believes
with them that he is now finished
- months before the September
convention in Miami Beach. Some
of the Teamster insiders report,
with amasement at Beck's retreat
trom realism, that he may still
iry nr postpone tne scheduled July
i execuuve ooara session. Tnev
had been trvinr to wish him into
cauina suca a meeunst for June
is. n wanted to summon the ses session
sion session for mid-summer. Finsllv thev
forced him to call the high com
mand togeiner lor July l.
Beck, still the old financial wiz.
realizes that every day's delay
means Hundreds of dollars in his
pocket. For once he's out, he. los loses
es loses almost $2,000 a week, mavbe
more. Petty cash to him. but this
n i u. I
wuow pro ia comoui-
Among the few who realized this
k 1 it,""
' m m. lit j a i s
. i r ya. .)
III 1 1 (El. J 3 I
i r yiA bmi ... ...sir i. j Ji :v i
A' ' 1 fs-t Unfa f
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ty BttW RIARSQW
Ws ter Winche
MAN ABOUT TOWN
i SALUTE TO CrN
.' td Uke to praise CTN or perhaps the kudos really belong
to APRS in New Tork for their unique handlinf of baseball
- Think It was a fine Idea last week when they switched from
one came to another to nring ians au ins excitement oi two
separate rhubarbs, at the same time eliminating the alow periods
wnere new piicners wre wwwuis up. m cm ui nuiwui
to a game temporarily it la comforting to know that another
eon test ts on hand for our listening pleasure.
v Wish this system could be put into practice consistently.
Also would appreciate a few night games. Anyhow, thanks for
what we've had already.
' Baseball Bats
OF ST. LOUIS"
ly and not merely to raise him out
of the labor movement the other
day, when Meany demanded that
tne resmsters throw Beck out in.
stead of making him President E
meritus. Meany will have his way
and that will cost Brother Beck
well over 100,000 a year for life.
Let me save you hours of dull read
ing oi Teamster Dy-iaws.1 For ex
ample, that little word "emeritus'
is no empty title. V
IDs moment Beck became Pres
ident Emeritus he would have a
grander pension snd entourage
man ine resident of tne U.S. or
a retired five star general. The ti title
tle title staggers under an unprecedent unprecedented
ed unprecedented financial load $50,000 a year
for life, all expenses, an office and
as large a secretarial staff as the
Emeritus thinks necessary. ; -There
are also atl traveling x j
senses "far diplomatic contacts"
and far "periodic rests" through
sut the world.. And not alone.
The Teamsters would have to
pick ap the tab far anyone Beck
wonted ts help him rest in Mia.
mi Beach sr Menace.
Nor would he lose his right to
"attend and narticioate in. ss a
delegate, all conventions of this
ori snizatioa and all conventions of
the AFL and departments thereof
... au expenses psid, naturally.
This would give him the right to
sit in some mignty nun confer
ences across the globe, always
speasung in ine name of tne Team
sters as though he had never scent
one Of its dollars wholesale.
AH this Beck had been planning
wun tne patience of tne early
morning .teams in a season o-
pening duck bund. But Meany took
the first Shot. Beck had been rea ready
dy ready to bargain with bis own high
command. Hewas ready to offer
to quit if he. vcpuld be guaranteed
too hoase and the title 'Emeritus.'
Now the Teamo officers will have
to choose between Meany and
Beck. You ean make book ea that
?Iarl Careol. the U.S. lawyer o-
riginslly named for the accused
111 t(lirrA in I.e... i. Ih. k..
J J ".. urn eeyui. .a uiv uai
rister who just settled the Joanne
Connelly Patino front-page: in Yur-
rop. Mr, Carroll Has been in love
with her since the snlituation.
FDR's grandchild Kate Roosevelt
and the young Duke of Kent are
a London duet. .German Chan
cellor Adenauer's son will be back
in the Fell to convince Yorkville's
Minerva Kopp. .Marilyn Miller
and Milton Greene decided to
keep theis rift off the front pages.
A face-saving settlement state statement
ment statement can be expected.' .Arthur
M ill e r crooies reDort he is
depressed about the contempt
conviction. Feels thev fi. will
fling the book at him. .Gov. Mey
ners uiri iTiosy (Marie Groth)
merges With" Fred Ness n e x t
month. '. .Producer Luther Green
and Society's Vivian Woolev Hart
are planning a surprise. .Some
columns keep denying that MM is
blessed-eventing, but people, close
tu UQ insist uv ia, yi x
a team taking over Mike Wallace's
vacated spot at DuMont, invited
mm to do ms iu-t yvictim. MiKe
sua nn-nn. .Lia isner ot r air
Lady" trysted at the Chardas with
Tony Lavelli, ex-Yale All Ameri
ca basketballer. Does that mean
the oft-mentioned .marriage plan
'urtth VfiHiirAcrf noon io A kIai 1
. wvT3oi, Mau ,ia UAiuic
Hush O'Brien ("Wvatt Earn"!
dined at Dorothy Bracken's Reck Reck-ville
ville Reck-ville Centre hoiru (with her fam family)
ily) family) before flying back to the coast
. .This may wind uo with a wed
ding. .Rubirosa is whoina his
(flow, wife the night life sector.. No
body spotted him at Jimmy Ry Ryan's
an's Ryan's swing soot sxcent a column-
deputy. .Shirley Vincent (the
lass from India in "The Follies"!
nasner midnight snacks -with
ingar Jimmy Stevenson .- .Harrv
tCrane, a writer for Jerry lewis.
will be finat-decreed on the' 20th.
He will marry Lillian Sherlock,
wne resembles Ave Gardner.
starlet Yvonne Lime will try to
forget Elvis by going on a tour
of Alaskan Army bases.
Hlldsgarde, whs rarefy .makes
columns linked with romsnce,
males it tnis morning with attor
ney Ramon Victor. .Johnnie Per
kins of The Crewcuts msrries 18-year-old
Gilds Casella in New Or
leans on the 22nd. .Sammy Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Jr's one-night stands hit tough
sledding in the Midwest. He was
opposed to the tour before it start
ed, .The Circus Saints and Sig Signers
ners Signers elected The Mirror's Harry
Hershfield president for the third
time.- 'Auntie Msme" (like
"Fsir Lady") is selling standing
room montns to advance. Roi
Russell is the Big Reason
Gladys Glad's husband broke his
srm last year. To even uo thinss
ne just Drone tne other. JNancy
Davis snd. Army Lt. Paul Giel
(once a N.Y. Giant Ditcher) wed
in Germany on the 22nd. ; .Those
orchids Nancy westbrook gets ev
ery mgnt at "The oiues" come
from Industrialist Fred Grey.
They ssy Arllns Judoe fcas'the
apanacne axiin. Jeanne car
men la the latest in H'wond t
keep Nicky Hilton and Ed Pauley
Jr., competitors. She's a society
golfer turned actress. .Trudi
Erwin, a top model befors merg merging
ing merging with Argentine mint Carlos
flpAM WAAAW mi SW QitAaxta A 1m.
uawssa a vjwa w uuui oucifUB) AilCI
that their image ts due in August
.-.Sono Ossto. the dancer, hss a
new French Simea soorta ear with
14 karat gold accessaries. The gift
of her industrialist husband. ..Mel ..Mel-lisa
lisa ..Mel-lisa Weston and Eddie Collins of
CBS started their own tch tchat
Countess Maria Magdalene
(Sweden) got the. Monsienore fid
dle "bit" from lumber tycoon Dud Dudley
ley Dudley Farrell. .Kathy Nolan and
Don Reardon have the cieelea.
uarDara nutton s yacht is now
the property of the Norwegian Boy
ocouis. une oi ner many gifts. .
Brend a Frazier cot back her
health at Naples, Fla. New bus bus-band
band bus-band R. Chatfield-Tavlbr Diana to
fatten her at their Cape Cod place.
. .r,smer. uarner, melted weeks
ago from Geo. Gardner (chief of
Northeast Airlines), married Bos Boston's
ton's Boston's J. Terrin. .Count Basie and
his wife looked happy at his Star Starlight
light Starlight Roof premiere. She blamed
the rumors on a Harlem scribe,
dui ne isn t ine source. . .Rocky
Graziano, the ex-champ, is gun gunning
ning gunning for a scandal-m agger.
"ZieBfeld Follies" filly Rebertha
Brown and Frank Hayes, youthful
Oklahoma oil msn. hsve ienited.
He calls her from Tulsa before
and after the ahow and-between
scenes. .Galena, the Vienese Lan Lantern
tern Lantern thrush, gets that lovely ; tan
Phil Silvers' top comedy writer
i war rtiKsni .la firm in hia riaei.
sion to holida w from TVs for a
yean CBS execs squandered two
weeks trying ts get him to change
his mind in Fla. .Turhan Baw i
back In Austria where he may
gar weanny again, family srooer-
ty worth millions is to be return returned
ed returned from the occupied zone. .Of
the six final candidates for Miss
Kneingoid. snlv one la marriad.
A blonds from Calif. None sf the
erner ere steadying with any
. .MUsic CHlbllther Vauahn
Wight and Barbara Wilaon are ex ex-pected
pected ex-pected to blend. .Lite Milan, ita.
Han actress,- and actor Kane Cor-
day have tl. earns glazed look.
.A scandal rose's neweatand
troubles In, Jerse Citvefallawaal a
drive by church groups.. .Ginger
Kogers" sapper flares with Sinatra
at .Hollywood's now Villa Capri
srarrea mo rammer buzz, bar she's
nor ins one. s.
CBS was saluted by editorial
writers and others for Its rrnt
Jt-d alurrow documentary of the
uaunaez-iuurpny case. It froced
Congressional action to re-onen the
matter. But a strange thing hap happened.
pened. happened. Life Magazine (wnich first
probed the case and started, ail
tne action) assigned its Latin-American
edition (Life Espagnol) to
cover Murrow's radio version.
Their reporter vigorously question questioned
ed questioned ail CBS witnesses. But the sto
ry never appeared. Jn the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional probe Life will be ask asked
ed asked why it shielded its Latin-American
readership from the shocking
melations of dictstor Trujillo's
hand in the Galindez Murnhyi
TOO Left Bank bunch tuiMtl
ciaire unsworn and actor Peter
Livingston are more serious than
tney let on. Her father is Gen.
cums ieMsys vice-commander.
. .Dorien Leieh's friends hear aha
will come out of her retreat ( since
marquis ae rortago's death) and
open her own glamour' factory.
She was a leading model until
sne met mm. .The Roney Plaza
Schines plsn a motel chain. .
Kim Novak ta har nm In 4h
nuae-Dainmg on ner mid town paper with this and that fellow
terrace, lynmia aicaooo- w neat- nut desivnar e m Rnv.
iana, one oi uie eauari at r ne,De nogging most of her time.
suda, member of the Japanese Di
et and onetime Minister: of Com
munications, has worked on most
ot tne railroads of our Rocky
mountain ststes. naa been a farm
laoorer, a chauffeur, and a shop.
keeper while he studied at New
York University. He also worked
at Hull House in Chicago under
iamea social worker Jane Ad Ad-dams.
dams. Ad-dams. In fact, he knows the Unit
ed states Detter than most Ameri Americans.
Now In ihe United States ore-
paring for the visit of Premir Ki Ki-shi,
shi, Ki-shi, Mr. Matsuda entertains at the
Japanese Embassy wearing a
comfortable black silk kimono
hibits rare paintings, and talks
with a tinge of homesicknes Of his
garden near Mount Fuii.
. "Today I am more interantad
in flowers and trees," aays Mt.
Matsuda, who Is now 70. w
But he also has a net rn1ctL
the exchange of 25 Japanese Con
gressmen for 25 American .Con
"It would be a wonderful idea
especially if you would keep the
a American congressmen in Ja
pan permanently," quipped .Chip
Robert, former treasurer of the
democratic National Committee.
Mr. Matsuda, however, is seri serious.
ous. serious. He would bring 25 U.S. Con-
gresmen to Jaoan. let them ait
in the Japanese Diet for a week.
wur rfapaa lor a monm, get to
know the problem! of Japan, the
Japanese Congressmen would be
the. guests of the American a. Con Congress,
gress, Congress, with one of them i sit sitting
ting sitting in the Ofice of an American
congressmen for a day or two to
see how we operate.
It could be a most imnortant
addition to Deonle-to-Deonls frienrf.
Ladies Home Journal, and her bus-
nana expect their second imsge
soon. Her grsndoater was once
Secy of. the Treasury. .Msd .Msd-lyn
lyn .Msd-lyn Rue, exotic Latin Q beauty, de departs
parts departs for the cos st on the 17th to
introduce her folks to H. Silva of
"Hatful of Rsin". .Some of .the
most torrid' of the sex saeaa' in
the "playboy mags are ghosted by
N. Enckson of E. 21st. The N is
i PANAMA AMERICAN
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CAN FILL YUUR NEEDS!
BassBRSssBBsjsBssjsaassB aMPf- aaiaiBBBSilBBlBlllaBBli
la Oub 4-40,, rt Ford, one of for Nancy, a 1eautiful. blonde.
Jackie La Vine, ex-Olympic swim
ooamp, ana fhmp Collins, U. S.
handball champ, are now one. .
Fred Collins ssys the Dizzy Gel-
fespie leua re Don can't mean
him. .Never had any unpleasant unpleasantness
ness unpleasantness with Diz. i .Book people who
hsve peeked at Errol Flvaa's
tome-about his life will betcha le legal
gal legal repercussions come from ex ex-wife
wife ex-wife Lily Damita blasted oc li
pages. Murdered Serge R u b In-
' SBNATI'S MOST
, t ; POTBNT LOBBY
It's a safe bet Senators will de-
part from their economy bent to
vote an extra sink for the new
Senate Ofice Building, it Jbappens
that this particular sink is re requested
quested requested by the most ootent lobbv
on Capitol Hill the wives of Sen
ators.- ;, o,a '-...y-:
The Senate Ladies, who meet na.
irwucauy ro wrap eo cros Dan Dan-dages,
dages, Dan-dages, have no place to w ash
their coffee cups. They are oblig obliged
ed obliged to slip into the nearest nowder
room with their dirty cups and
use facilities that were never in intended
tended intended for dish washing. J
As lone as thev had na hatt
place to meet, tie Ladies of the
Senate put up with. the. indignity
range for a sink in our new
of washing their dishes in the la ladies
dies ladies roem. But thev h. .1 fha tii
senate unce BUUdlns won d nrn.
vide a more Suitable .Mia k for
themv m, 4
TTuea tneir .nusnanas gallantly
offered them a room in the new
ouuaina they snxiouslT. aeannarf
tne oiuenrmu. but i-miM mi
provision for a sink; The situstion
flwly called tor high presure
Chairman of tha. RuiM'n re
mittee happens to be New Nexi-
co s. courtly Sen. Dennli : rh,
iuemost wgicst lobbyist to nan-
uie eim. oi course, would be Mrs.
SO Pat Niinn tha V
ident's wife, asked Mr. ,rh..
w taut to ner husband about tha
iua t ; .. .a
"Oh no," protested Imalda T.
yuioia wnavez, "l never try to
uiuueace ray nusoand's decisions
in the Senate."
The resourceful Mr. vi.
I j w
S ?lVi, "P Ber mo,t effec
uv luDoyiat. i . v
"As president of the Senate La Ladies,
dies, Ladies, she; announced, "I can sp-
iu cuuiuiueu. i neranv inruimt
you head of a committee to ar.
ueeung room. ,. -,...
Since she wai nffil.11. it.ul.
ed, Mrs. Chavez decided it was
proper for. her to atmroah h.-
1 i j . rr
uujoino. AOS flln t vat rannrt&rl
on ner. mission, but the Senate
uiaies are confidently counting on
a pew aiOK. .. r .-
i 1 AVIATION'S
I LD R R STATESMAN
Secretary sf Defense Cbari.'
ui: k.l i j - -:
nusua umm jearoea io unoend a
lot more during recent month in
we .remagon. ut has alse learn
ed ue important technique of i
oacasiapping. it s a technique no I
one caa do wiUOUt in Us sation'a
capital. .:,..,, .
The other day he cave i
eon Jor the 73-year-old Cltairmaa
of the House Armed Services Com-.,
mittee. Congressman Carl Vinson.
who comes from MUledgeviUe, Ga
home also Of the state insane asv!
mm. At the luncheon, Congres Congres-man
man Congres-man Vinson was named "Elder
Statesman of Aviation.", ...
Coiosts with Secretary Wilson.
were members of tha' M.ti r
Aeronautic Association, whose sec- 1
retary John F; Victory, made a
speech recalling how. when the
economizers threatanai tv,. i
of naval aviation in 1925, Vinson
had come to its defense. '
ihe MAnnmlM !., t -t.
junk surface vesels, limit the Na-
i resiaent coolidge
ffintt to Morrow Bosrd, of
,m,lneJhe ture of aviation
vae.gul,t: 1?e Ntvy kePt its wrfscix.
Amonartha m.n i1!
i "J1 tatenienship f who rec
West of honor," said 'kr. Vic-
niuon rose to present a
son'.V.to Cl Via."
a. recited brMrt
a iixni on nahair r :
uons.v aafd tha e......
fan,, w Of JJe-
need him now." ;
wusoii then read th fn.artU.u-
''December i5?,Vne -lqiiw.
n. i-.i : "u una Deen an. s
U1U1 IXSTI nVABl ak b. "w V
in r-.." od kept
wu.1 Vinson's heio
T'," T. ; f Wdget battle..
. Note Vinson did Ws best to ri.' 1
He r.lH ;m ."
an hiUTir .Li m M" praise giy. -en
turn in the Pentagon' But even
he could not tam A- "JLen
. T ujrj UUf. ins
Carwt Zone Residenti
(Resldiitr in the Canal Zona
"AS LITTLE ASVr
PER MONTH .i
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iiein s am Ave. nome was sold nv
broker Msx ReibeKen to a chari
ty group some weeks ago. -
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of payments ever f nontha.
TAKE AS LONG A
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your vacation dollar
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CHARLESTON, S.C. June 18
(UP) Te Navy; thinks It may
. have loctted the remains of the
Confederate .submarine Hundley,
which sank 93years ago. after
; becoming the first supbmarine to
sink an- enemy vessel.
Rear"(Adm. Neil K: Dietrich,
whp relinquished -command of
the Atlantic Fleet Mine Force
'" here? Saturday; said naval, unit
using mine -detecting "sonar
? equipment i has located what Is
; believed to be the Hundley's re:
mains off .the Isle of Palms.
' H Cradr. A. R. Arseneault,
commander, of: explosive ord-
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MEXICO CITY, June' 18 OJP1
Squads of police and health
officials herded thousands of
bleary-eyed prostitutes today
out of Mexico city's notdrious
"Red street," which W td be lev leveled
eled leveled to make room for modern
market. A t
The women "were not arrested,
just bundled into taxis and told
to- move on. They carried with
them clothing, .linens and per personal
sonal personal belongings, in some cases
including religious figurines.
"We're changing our address,
but not our business," one of the
dispossessed women shrugged.
the sonar,,"strike." said as, soon'
as weatner conaiwous
permit I arftf MlYAr .Iff! f '
thA t to clear, "something .,, W,,J",'
S.ss'i Ile7'5ly!3 Approach
shin Housatonic with- at torpedo J !? r 1
on-Feb. 17,. uVt "(Trt tfAn'r 1 I AST
'with, her.-victlm. Q MClI 1 CGl V
BRIDLINGTON, England, June
is (UP)1 -The woman mayor of
this sweltering town today sug sug-oesfpH
oesfpH sug-oesfpH r more mmfortable cloth
ing for men, something Jn Jeaf
For Exsminaifon v ':
WASHINGTON'June, is (UP)
Mrs. Elsenhower entered Wal
ter Reed Army Medical Center
today for a .'.'routine pnysicai
checkup" that is expected to last
, Whit -'House press secretary
James C: Hagerty, saia Mrs-, ,u
enhowerwill undergo? eif top-o-toe'
A. that the hosDital i visit ". was
not prompted by any kind of Hi
health. i'-.u''? -'r-.
The- first Jfedyr underwent her
; last' check-up only 'four rnonths
ago. kt i t M
She has a heart murmur as a
result of childhood -attack of
rheumatic tfever.r. but .Hagerty
said the hospital visit had "no
relation--at am' to that'
l. Reporters asked if Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had 'been- staying in bed
at the White House lately, as she
did in- April during a: president
tial'- work-pla'y: ;vlslt iln- Augusta,
Ga Hagerty -replied.'- that the
first lady has beeft, very active
in recent Weeks. : v ,
By OSWALD JAC08Y
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East and West vulnerable
South' Wpt North Eait
2 4 ; Pass 3N.T. Past
3 Past 3N.T. Pass
4A Pass .Pass' .,Pas
' Qpeninf lead 4 K ;
South's opening two bid, was
unsound and the eventual game
contract should have been-' de-
feated. Bad discarding by West
put rus partner on tne spot nd
South .wound up with the mar-
r 7 .nti- Dies.. ,?
V king of dub,' lead: was
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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1 Screen star, 1 Wound mark
Alexia- 2 Horse's neck
6 She in 'hairs
motion S Irritates
picture 4 Beverage
U She pursues a s Egret
fllm 6 Cubic meter
1 3 ErstwhiU Red 7 L leht brown
..SS ,.ru Wolfhound -24 Verbal" 42 Deeds
14 Turkish, j Cereal grain 27 Son of Adam 43 Distended
.i,?J,t 1 10 To cut 28 Bang 44 British
? j H Values ,s' 29 Lampreys princess
isAusUro 35 Merit swara 46 0raerea
IB Legal point lgGoU mound 38 Individual
' Musteline 20 BecomM vapid 37 Expert
- mammals ji More beloved 40 Burdens
l;??rn a 22 Outbuilding 41 Persian
20 Showed 23 At this place princes
i contemn! i
' iZ Chance at
25 Oriental coin
' 30 Olympian
33 Pertaining to
47 Genus of
willows ; -,
v SO Social insect j
- 52 Rodent 4
?' Mayor Mary Padgett told ;"a
onrerence of tailors and gar
ment workers they should do
sompthlnc to ease me -agonies
of men, in city ciotnes. i
She urged a whole new fashion
approach to men's wear, includ including
ing including the wool; s. crepe fb? spring
and the snaniung ior suuumti
For the other seasons she pro pro-nosed
nosed pro-nosed "rust red barathea for au
tumn and a ruby red range for
winter." -, y-
Gases in the itomacb'
- And The Bowels V
i D the thousands of spenons who hve
the Ynlsfortune of suf ferine from the
.cli.rt dviofotlc hvoericldity, cld
.Indigestion, sour stomach or other fto-i
marn nixnrnen DnjDucea vv wvbp. w
ditv. 'would take the precaution of
slowly drinking a glass of warm Water
containing one teaspoonful of Neutneld
after each, meal, within a short while
they would be able to eat sumptuous
meals 4 without 'fear -of 'acid digestion
K.utr.rM 1m not a laxative. Tt. Is
remedy which i neutralizes eKcess kcld-i
Ity and u very agreeaoie 10 me
Nentraetd li a new medical formula
.,.l.k.lK mt.. .nw Mn.il.hl. iril
store. -i i ti ( Vatt lt 1 dfamnnil n'nn'hnt
won by the acet South entered
dummy with' the king of dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, led a spade and finessed
the Jack. West won wtih the
queen, cashed the king of clubs'
and continued with the Jack,
South ruffed and started to
run trumps. On the third, trump
lead East discarded the seven 'jot
hearts. On the fourth lead West
dropped the nine of hearts and
East played the Jack.
East had counted.' declarer's
hand and marked him '.with
seven spades, two clubs and,- at
least two diamonds. East"- also
decided that' declarer, might
hold four diamonds and no
hearts. "" :
. The fifth trump was Jed. and
west dropped another- heart
Now. East was sure of the dia
mond situation, -' After J all. West
could have no possible use for
either the eight or ten of dia
monds and should have discard
ed one or both of them to show
where they were. Hence East let
the queen of hearts go. '
The last trumn was led and
West dropped his last low heart.
He was going to hold on to those
two useless diamonds come
earthquake or high water.
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38 Shade trees -'.
, 39 Slim
' 42 Indonesian of
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HUNGRY LOOK Here's what watchirtg a tweeted! game it Bin when you're In first ptee
and thinking of World Series money. The Chicago White Sox bench has that cant-afford-te-
lose look as, ie u ngnx, wan uropo, am Baseman; unermaa LOUac, ctstelierjaick
van. pitcner, ana uarj jooj, center setaer, wxica 10m actum.
the damage had been done.
South played his deuce of hearts,
dropping ythe king and ace to-
gether, got In with "the .ace ?of
diamonds and made the contract
with the ten of hearts. 1 -t
I COMING II
CO M I N G
1 1 ;
. new Fashion in Sterling for Spring
. rff -ARILLO
7 VrTien there's a foshlon-firrt, noforolly
4" v V '''' w orch ,or th lc
4 5 ...end we offer you ur
' Plon wey t own it now,
til' i i
'Jo the C.
it In fine Sterling .w ;v r
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-1) No cdmmision to outside salesman salesman-1
1 salesman-1 V . you are? the lisalesman
' 2 ; Lo w : r. L07: carrying charg es . ; :
we do:not?use a Finance Co.: -3)
LOW Fixed Prices
TUESDAY, JUN2, i;;r
d i 0,
octal ana ytherwi6e
TIES PANAMA 'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NITCSPAPEB
fjm a Ctfftmmh, VlmrrUftt, Bird, Pmit mnJ )nmt JkmU U mmti fumfiif It tti-mmLrt JLm.
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The girl who dotes on French perfume but doesn't like to splash
it around can have it In toilet water form for spring;. This girl
csesan atomiser top to create a, cloud of fragrance.
! MB. AND MRS. HARRY GROPPEt sbovra following their wdlnK t Ft... Amador i"Chapei-on
rririav. Mm-. oronDl llf th former MiM :,Pbyllls Ann ihtt&t Balbosk ; 1 s t
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Tt. CLAYTON OFFICERS' WIVES CLUB PLAN TEA
IN HONOR OF MRS. JOSEPH WALTON
' Memben of the Ft. Clayton Officers' WlTea Club hare?
I InTited all wlwa" of office residing on the Post to attend
a Tea honoring Mrs. Joseph Walton, wife of the new Post
' '- The tea wnl he held Tuesday, June 25 from i to S pan.
f f-t the Ft. Clayton Officers' Club.
' Miss Phyllis Ann Smith of Bal
nea became the bride of Mr,
Jiarry Edward Groppel of Ft. Kob Kob-he
he Kob-he at the Ft. Amador Chapel Fri
. Chaplain Lewis officiated
The bride, who was given away
ty Mr. J. Andrew Hineiy, wore a
floor-length gown of pink nylon,
with a skirt in three tiers of ny
Job edged with imported French
lace. Her pink illusion veil, was
of fingertip length, and she car
Acts Like Magic
hr FUM.softdelihtfid-hr fragnnt Cuticura
Talcum cntiUino d
pbraa). Koope the
boat and diapar raah.
foot irritatikxja. ooyt
ried an arm spray of white car
Her only attendant Mrs. Wil William
liam William H. Shirey, who was matron
ot nonor, wore a pale blue Chrys Chrys-tallin
tallin Chrys-tallin cocktail-length dress with a
matching hat She carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of pink carnations.
The best man was SFC Leaon
R. Gray, and Robert S. Kennan act acted
ed acted as usher.
The bride, who is the dauehter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lury Shaffer of
Mount Pleasant, Penna., graduat graduated
ed graduated from Mount Pleasant High
School and Greensbury School of
Business in ureensburg, Penna
She is employed by Hq. Inter-A
merican Geodetic Survey at Ft.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl E. Groppel of 304 N.
Liberty. Jerseyville. HI. Ho grad
uated from Hardin High School.
Hardin. UL and Southern Illinois
University. He is with the 93Tth
Jfingr. Co. (AVN) (IAGS) at Kob-
A recepuon foUowed the cere
mony at the borne of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Hineiy of Curundu.
The bride wore a brown linen
sheath with white accessories as
her going away costume as- the
couple left for the honeymoon at
fcanta Clara. - ; retired to Hawaii in Tdhmarv
' They will jn ake5 their home Aatl
863 Edwards Place Balboa.
WUHam Rarjdolph Dtrr
Graduates From Cltadal
William Randolph Derr. -son I 'of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene, i Derrr. of
Diablo Heights, graduated early
this month with a degre :of 'Ba-
cneior oi seienre m fjnmmts-cn
from Tho C i t a d eL Charleston,
South Carolina' While at Tha Ci
tadel he was active in intramural
sports, and the varsity, wrestling
team. He was given an award by
the Purchasing, Agent Association
for his paper on the purchasing
profession, selected after nation
wide competition. He was com
missioned ai u Army: Sac on d
tLt. Derr graduated, 4rom Balboa
High School in 1953; -ri
Captains Swimming Team
in sonior yoar.
Jerry Pierce graduated -from
m a i ii. i .
me vAioei.imi, raonin: as cap captain
tain captain of tho swimming team 1 for
1S303T, no naa tne nonor of accept accepting
ing accepting awards for team member
from -Gen. Mark Clark: resident
of the South Carolina Military Col
lege. . ,1
Mr. John Jvde V-'-."-'
Is Manaaer t ; ; :.T-
Of All American Cables
Mr. and Mrs. John Jude arriv.
d oa the" Isthmus last month.
Mr; Jude is manager of All A A-merican:
merican: A-merican: Cables and -Radio JNC.
lie reueved Mr. u. H. iStroup-who
Farewell Dlnrtar. v i
Frida At Amarfov' i
There" will be a. farewell' dinner
party wiaay; at 7 p.m.,. at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess
for Mr. and Mrs. Gayl O. KeUar.
Afr. Kellar; who has been Chief
oi tne ; balety Branch since the
Can at- Zonef GovernmentPanama
Canal .Company 'was organized -in
1950. and before thai Chief of the
aaieiy section under the former
Manama Canal organization, is re
tinng June 30 after 21 years of
which, havf.been' spent on i the
tnmus.;5 v !, y : ; Vv-
Mr. and Mrs. Kellar nlan to
mK tneir future, home in Phoe-
Wllflem Oliver 1 t r-. i
Fop Stage PlaV '
' William 0liverJ. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Oliver of Balboa, has
oeen -noimea mat nis play; r "To
Learn to Love,' has won the, Stan Stanley
ley Stanley award, given by the New York
City writers Conference, atr Wag
ner vouese. xms is a easn award
of $500,00. Mr. Oliver holds an in.
structorship in 'drama at Cornell
University. ;, .. .'
Mr.' And Mrs.1 Blount
Announc Birth" "" tf:'--"
Of Danahter .f.M w
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bount of
Gatun announce the arrival of
their first child, Lucy -Jordan;
born pa Father's Day,' June 16th
at',th. Coco Solo Hospital Mrsi
Boont Is the former Miss Virginia
WUlett.-; .: r..;:A ;
Fuller's Day Fcl;
""A special Father's Day .message
by Gov. W. E.1 Potter featured a
special program Sunday aftternocn
sponsored by the Club Altamlral
and held in the Paraina Theater.
The special ceremony, the fourth
annual Father's Day program, was,
attenaeq Dy an-overflowing crowd.
Special guests of the day- were
Escala and his wife. Gue;t speak
er was Horace v. Farker, Ram
bow City High -School 'professor,
Presiding at the program was Ed
mund ;F. Joseph, chairman. Pot
ter was introduced to the audience
by Philip L. Steers. Jr.. comntrol
ler of the Panama CanalrCorapa-
Each notice for inclutien In tew
column should be submiltad
typa-written form 'and mailed eo
thoboa number lislsd daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise,'? cr delivered
hsnd to the office. Notices or
meetings cannot, .be accepted by
telephone. , t
Atlantic Chapter -
Order ef DeMolay ;
There will be a -meetins of At
lantic Chapter, Order : of DeMo
lay, held at Sojourner's Lodge in
cristooai, canal zone, this eve
ning, at 7 o'clock 1
All members on the Isthmus, es
pecially members who are in. the
Armed Forces, are cordially invit-1
ea ana ureea to attend as well as I
all members of the Masonic Fra
ternity. 1 .-..,
I ',':.-; i '''' '.' V.vn-.
Junior High Members" --
Of Oirl Scouts
Meet .Tomorrow . 1
There will be a meeting tomor
row at l i.ni, at the Balboa Lit
tle House for all junior high mem
bers of Girl Scout Trooos 22. 24.1
41' and 60 as well as any other
uiri seouts in seventh or -eigntn
erades who wish to work on' badg
es or first class requirements dur
ug vacation. i ; ..
CZ Art! League i : : :
Will Meet. ,:. : r-4i.- i v..-
Fridav ..,.t t'ni...
. The Canal Zone Art Leaetie, At
lantic Side Branch, will hold its
regular meeting at,7 p.m. Friday Miss dtoudnor
at the home of Mrj. J. K.. fienew,
housd 55X. Third Strict; New Cris
Thts meeting is open to racmc
Side .members and all prospective
members are, coroiany; lnytteo. ;
MISS DIXIE' LEE STOUDNOlL whnaa
'StTSSJS Jm M-IH been announced;
.,iio.;uauBuir w. Mr., ana; ma. Rlcharl
. .. stoudnor of Balboa; : . 7
Will Held Election
Coffeo, July 1
" On Wednesday Jury S the Ft".
Clayton Officers'. Wives' Oub will
meet for its regular monthly get-
togetner: at 9:30 a.m. at the Ft.
Clayton Officers' Club. Coffee will
be served by the hostesses, Mrs.
Ralph H. Wells, Mrs. Samuel
Wlnshelbaum. and Mrs. George L.
Suva, and will be followed by a
short business meeting for the
purpose -of electing new officers.
The out-going President, Mrs. Da
vid. Ramsey urge that members
be prepared to nominate Mr o m
the floor anyone they desire to
nave aaoeo to a state Being otter
ed by the nominating committee.
Deapedlda Honors '' ." ?
Miss Juanita Brurraanft
Mrs. Andrew Xim and her
daughter Alice, Aurora and Ar Ar-lene.
lene. Ar-lene. were co-hostesses at a des-
oedida held at. their house in Co
lon for Miss Juanita Brungardtv
Miss Brungardt ts from Kansas
City,; Missouri and is editor of
The Torch" the Beta Sicma Phi
Magazine. x- v
She has been the ruest Of Mr.
and Mrs. Luis E. Wong and the
A.P. Lira family, and will be leav
ing on Monday.- v
About 75 guests attended the
party 'in. her honor. : j
'1 :l 'Vf.yy;'ti
' The Special observance included
a ; program .'of : fine music,' a spe
cial number: being a vocal solo,
'Rock-a-bye' My Baty"! by young
Mlsr Oil via' Thousand. The young
singer, was presented with a bou
quet Aby Mrsi Steer in behalf, ipf
Mrs. r oxter, wno. was unate to at-
lenu -mo prugram. i. .y jf,;jt;
Court Mixpah ,''
Will Meet Si',
" Court Mizpah (will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at the usual- meeting place.
Cnrihrhian -Temnie. at i:m vm.
Members are asked to attend this
meeting to discuss matters on
; Avoid pvcrIo3diRg Jf;
: jainilir Alears -Vith" Fat
"" By OAYNOH MAJDOX "' .'
NIA Food and Mirketa Editar.
THE.- most recent government Snciaf Mavannaiu r. -ixt
survey of our household food con- ; t r. ..
tTH sBcret's i." I ;
In th sauce.;. I
f a n d t h i a u e t
' ( U Campbell's j
t e c re 1 1 r- -J
! V YouH love the
rich sauce -a. the live
ly flavor of each
plump, tender bean. '.
Serve it aoool
cEAfjs and ror.jc
One of our big underground telephone cables failed last
Saturday, June 15 and has affected service to telephone
customers betweeu Palacio Legislativo and T Street from
ot juij Avenue to Central Avenue. ( , j
- The trouble hag been found and telephone technidans ,; ;
re installing new cables. 1 -" -V i
are sorrythat this interruption of telephone service V
tas caused inconveniences to customers in the above sections C V
. md appreciate their understanding and consideration while -; l
epairs are being made. , ; -.
M pMMiam de'uetza yXttz
UNITED FRUIT ; COMPANY
Great White Fleet
NeW Orleans Service
a o a,
Also BandUnr Befrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service ,:
Weekly saillflgs ef twelve pnssenjer thlos to New
.. York New Orleans. Los Anzeles, Sao Francisco
:'. v . and Seattle.
- - t .
ST. EOCKD TRIP PASSE.NOER FARES FROM
. 7 CRISTOBAL VAXDCS BALBOA I
To Mew Terk and Return
To Le A ere lea and San Franrtaco and
RetvraiBr from Los Anrtles .........
To Seattle and Return
WASHINGTON,; June .18 '(UP)-1 veal that practically
Sen. J, William, Fulbright
challenging President Elsenhower's kdl Ji2a. r f I
appraisal. of John Foster, Dulles
as one of the naUon'i irete t ';);',,f '.
ZZJLFr. rihnw-rl. a 'mil- SclenUstf stic-th;feUtkiH
itarv 'maiFand I don't think he' fJP.KTfu:
qualified, to judge this' matter KSL Z7ZZ?.
wwteW-ei' TZIJL2n hiart Uon. They advise it -bo ut to 25-
specialist Louis -N.? Rati, of Chi Chicago,,
cago,, Chicago,, predicting that heart surge surgery
ry surgery is on the brink of a-revolution!
'Open surgery 1s,-1 believe, the
XUlurn eia iaf mmtww v
with, s'urgery.";-'. i. vf! ?.
TRENTON, NX Gov. Robert
H. Mevner. exDressinn ms sym
nathvto the -family of Arthur T
Vanderbilt on the death of s the
.tat Simremo Court Justice:
"fhev mav take consolation In
trie knowledge nai Annur i. van
derbilt in his uieume maae con
tributions to his fellow- men that
will, be deathless.::.
WASHINGTON Harry I. Kirk,
president of the American Auto
mobile. Asn.t on laa& .peaesinan
fataliues; . 5
'In a year when, automobile ae
cident fatalities reached a new
high, it is encouraging that one
phase of the trafic accident prob problem
lem problem recorded a new low. Acord-
ing to the best calculations, 7,950
pedestrians lost their lives last
year, 50 fewer than the previous
low of 8,000 in 1954.M
- NEW YORK-Jockejr Billy Pear
son, who spent $106,000 in televi television
sion television quir show prizes' within one
year, asking that his -latest S32,
000 prize be put in a trust, fund:
"Listen, it's been nrettv rueeed
for my wife and all, Put it in a
trust. Maybe we can give some to
museums or something."
30 per cent.
An Agricultural Research report
snowl tnat ; meat, poultry and nsn
provide 27 per cent of the fat in
our menus today. Milk -and milk
products (otter than nutter), eggs
baked goods and nut provide 33
per- cent. The remaining o Per
cent is furnished by visible fats
and oils, such as salad oil salad
dressings, margarine,' Dutter. Da
con and salt pork. j -
Tmb WmiM ailsMfMar s1ei4a an f Asn.
va jviu siiaiautiissa laiauai am iuh-
calorie' mayonnaise is a blessing
if your menus have too much fat.
This recipe is one of many from
ii excellent book. "Low Fat
Cookery,'? written by Stead and
Warren, and approved by medical
, Ana run
Shake oa Measana,
fc dines does, forma
against ehafs, ajrdle
starch base, cools, -aootbes.
Vn .Ir1 Je,P tonflsvored
liT1! US yaporated skim
mUk,. UndUutedi X agg yolks, -.2
tablespoons itinr. -iu .v..
dry mustard, l. teaspoon saitT
cup mua vinegar, A t r v
lf,iK if"10 w cui" c old
mUk Scald. V cups milk In dou double
ble double boiler. Hemova from r.,t .nj
dissolve gelatin in it. Beat fnrth.
er egg yolks, augar, dry mustard
aim aau. our mio inis mixture
little of the hot milk and gelatin
mixture. Blend and add remain remainder
der remainder of milk mixture. Return all to
the double boiler and
I - vwa( OVU
ims., wver Trery iow neat, until it
sui to micxen (aDout 10 mm-
ute). Remove' from heat add
Vinegar SlOWlV. Allow t rnnl th.M
Thll Will Ml' MmMnflul.
uua mayonnaise, it tnickenr as it
cwu.it any lumps remain, strain.
- -. ..- -, : .fc. :
.Telephone salesmen are often
a nuisance. But that is no cxcum
for treating them rudely or Just
hanging up. if you dont want to
talk on and on simply say polite
ly but firmly that you aren't In
terested and don't want ta tike
up his time.'.
Ton eatt get rid of at aaJesmaa
politely, ae why be ruder r
juice, of t dJTerent, (ardesr
rrwn vefrtablne are blende4 into
this famous drink. Yoanf ners lev
ate brc!y Cavor, and thrive on US)
todnaa. At car,
time or between
sds!s V-t firtt
then the rt.'
Snent thejr r.t.
and the poumh- (
C O I V. G
I f Made for Mother.
iiwi WW i.,ll
..Ma a..aMvf a aajra
J I Ik. tmkf
Jwst mis. with wotoT, tirand"rrr
wholeaon!e,frth-ts stirs:, lo-c t rr.iTk
for the whole family. SUrlae is mi'.k
priced so low everyone can aiTord it.
Surt m Slarlae today!
1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama"
, 1063 Colon
PANAMA 'CANAL AWARD WINNERS and' division heads pose With Gov. W. J
'nresfintation' ceremonies. Prom left to right: Frank Turman, Jr., P. H.
r"H 'nreseritation' ceremonies. Prom left to right: Prank Turman,
1 I ri Wells D. Wright, J. Ruftis Hardy, Eleanor H. .Mcllhenny,
r N S ,s: Driseoll, T. O. Relittin, R. O. Theriault. Lorenz F. Ge;
E. Potter follow-.
Bernard Brown, Potter,
Gerspach and H. E. May, sr.
Woaiher Bureau Forecasts
TwbHumcaries By July 15
2MIAMtJuh'ia,(UP)l-The and' above, normal .presssures
weather bi;feau in the first of
its sew 30-day. hurricane season
forecasts; indicated- yesterday
that conditions are ripe for one
or two tropical storms between
How-' and July 13.
i The weather bureau, making
.what it termed an "experi "experimental
mental "experimental 30"day hurricane prob probability"
ability" probability" report covering mid- -June
'to mid-Joly. also ;- said
. .that the most vulnerable spot
oa the United States main mainland
land mainland during this period will be
, -he Golf coast. ,
- .The V probability ".report, ithe
first of its kind ever issued, was
based' a past records 'and cur current
rent current conditions in the hurricane
Spawning" areas., )-''
- But the weather bureau warn warn-v
v warn-v d th'at-the report was merely a
"long 1 range. prediction' and
cannot enable it to pinpoint
when .and .where ., disturbances
will' tfeVelon. The reDorts In the
futufexwltflbe made on the first
And 15th. of ach month during
thehurrleane season, .j t i.r.
Yesterday's report said: I
"Records for the past' 75 years
how that" on the average a
tropical cyclone may be expect expected
ed expected to develop during the pertqd
from hilar June to mia-Juiy a-
bout ence every three yeaTS A
t uJl hurricane is likely onlyonce
In five years. Almost all the Jane
tropical storm tracks of record
have" been confined to' the ex extreme
treme extreme western; Caribbean and
thf tJolf Mexico. By Tnld-Ju-ly
a, few; hurricanes have been
- noted off the South c Atlantic
: i ?Tor the "30-day period begin beginning
ning beginning raid-June the outlook as
Jrepared by the weather bureau's
(tended forecast indicates the
general cfrculatHin is expected
to i' more -favorable than nor normal
mal normal for the formation of tropi tropical
cal tropical -disturbances, In the Gulf of
Mexico and the" Caribbean. Lat Latest
est Latest trends indicate continued below-normal
pressures should pre prevail
vail prevail i. the Quit and: Caribbean
. f -.."!
con IN G
over the northeast.
"The resultant weakness at
pressure distribution should
spawn one or two tropical
storm which are expected t
'threaten or strike the Gulf
Coast area In spite of low cUV
matological probabilities. ';',
No storms are expected to hit
the East Coast from tha Atian
tic but the extreme Southeast
could have some effects from
one of the above mentioned
SI. Albn's Church
To Hold Festival
Through Friday; V
i 'The celebration of the patron-
al festival of the 8t. : Alban's
Episcopal church at paralso
which bereft yesterday evening
with' the VeP Archdeacon L. B
.Shirley as preacher;, will contin
ue until Friday with the follow
lng clergymen participating; ,'
' Tuesday, the Rev John Spald
In: Wednesday, the Rev. Jesse
K. Renew; Thursday, the Rev.
James p. Parmer;. Friday, Dean
Malnert J. Peterson. All the serv
ices begins at 70 p.m. -r
l i, t
The festival services will be
climaxed with 4he consecration
of the edifice on Sunday at 3
vm. by Bishop r; Heber Gooden,
The consecration service will be
preceded by .a "family eommu eommu-nlon"
nlon" eommu-nlon" for all members of : the
church at 7 a.m., and will include
the presentation of Thank '' Of
fering boxes by the Wonen;a
Auxiliary of the church. ... ;
Members "and friends of the
parish are Invited to attend all
7. .... I t At. a
tne scneauiea services ,py
Rev. Allan t. Wentt, priest-in-
charge. .- .
0 ST. LOUIS"
l!egro Vho lluogsd
Gal 93 Days
Eusaa Tlarwtrd and Kirk DnotUf ear tn tmr$t-t1
-TOP PECBET AFFAIR" n WEDNESDAR 1 AT
Ti:i CI VTR4L. The film details the epioJt tbt tad U
th tnrir r ef the Arm y't toofbwt Oeiral te a aauU aauU-f
f aauU-f at tct i-toojbfr lady pablisber. Ion t mii it.
JACKSONVILE, Fla.; June 18 18-(UP)
(UP) 18-(UP) Joe Land Bennett, 25-year-old
Negro, was sentenced to
90 days in the city prison farm
today for molesting a. 15-year-old
Bennett, of Bartow, Fla., was
charged with' disorderly conduct conduct-molesting
molesting conduct-molesting after he grabbed and
"hugged" the girl: in a bus station
ticket line, fie pleaded guilty to
the charge today in .municipal
court and sentence was pronounc
ed immediately by Judge Charles
The father of the 15-year old
eirl and several bystanders beat
the Negro to the floor and wres
tled the gin from ma grip, rouce
said apparently "someone stomp stomped
ed stomped on Bennett's face.',' His nose
was broken. ... -
The incident occured Sunday
at tberGreyhound bus terminal in
downtown Jacksonville. 1
A. C. Marshall, art Athena,
Ca., rdl newsman whe was
standing behind Bennett m line,
said the Ngre suddenly grab grab-the
the grab-the girl and had ilnit t
4kath hold"; ereund her waists
. "He did aot try to fight ua off
or anything. He Just held onto- the
girl and wouldn'yet iVnar.
He said the girl was .screaming
'"Daddy, Daddy, help me duruig
the' few seconds she was la aiau'
nett'a grasp.. . --.
; The father and "six or seven
others" freed the girl and beat
Bennett to the floor and held mm
until police arrived,. The girl was
not injured, .- i '
Oficers said Bennett' enly. ex
planation of the incident was .that
"something 4ust came- over me.
Open At Albrook
The Air Force announce a va
cant air conditioning and refrig-
erauon servicer. posiuon,- WH
530S-13, at Albrook Air Force
Base for a VJo. citizen.
Appucanu must have com
pleted an apprenticeship In the
maintenance and repair of re
frigeration an air conditioning
equipment or have had four
years of substantially equivalent
experience with this kind of
Applications should be made
on Standard Form 67, "Applica "Application
tion "Application for federal Employment,"
which may be obtained at the
Civilian Personnels Office, Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air. Force Base for a VS.
Today, Tuesday, June II
4:oo Feature Review N
4:30 What' Your Favorite if
. quests taken by phone
:35-What'a Your F a t o r 1 1
faoji itxBBON -CPORTfc,
- review (Pabst Been
6:30 On stags America
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:1& HOW CHRISTIAN. 6CI
ENCE HEALS ..
t:3u-i-VOA Report From UJB.
1:30 Life With The Lyons
:Q0 You Asked For It rt rt-,
, rt-, quests taken by phone
; till 7:301 ...
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan-
., ama -
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert under. The sura
CARRUGAN, the Swtdi.h milk diet duc whil
Troop 28 of Curundu, Canal
Zone had their final "plunge"
for the year last Tuesday at the
El Panama swimming pool.
Through the cooperation of
one of the scout mothers, the
troop obtained a private cabana
for the day. After swimming,
luncheon was served at the pool-
side, followed by a tour or tne
The only problem confronting
the leaders during the day was
getting the- scouts back to earth
and the canal zone.
xanta must have com-
pia an apprenucesrup ra tne
maintenance and repair of re
frigeration and air conditioning
equipment or have had four
years of substantially equivalent
experience with this kind of
Applications should be made
on Standard Form 57, "Applica "Application
tion "Application for Federal Employment,"
which may be obtained at the
CI rill an Personnel Of flea, Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base. .
Two Ranger Scouts, from the
Colon branch of the Muchachas
Guias de Panama were awarded
a trin to "Our Chalet" in Adel-
boden, Switzerland, which, is
made pqsslble by the Juliet Low
Friendship Fund Of America.
These lucky girl acouta are
Shirley Kris and Joseflna Chee
Chong. Bon Voyage, Seoutsj;.
Firemen In London
DelGged By Alarms
LONDON. June 18 (UP) Fire
men in the London area answered
nearlv 600 alarm vesterdav in
one of their busiest days on rec record.
ord. record. They said the unusual acti
vity was caused by careless smok smokers
ers smokers settina fire to Kraslands
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June Ed,e jmder y week of
8:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
-; Club (requests taken by
' phone till 7:00)
7:30 Mornine Salon concert'
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
8:15 Sacred Heart'
9:30 As I' See It
10:00 Mw r-
10:15 Spina and Needles (re-
, quests taken by phone
11:00 News v
llrOS-Splnj' and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Luncbtlme Melodies
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI
' CALE - ; ,,'
12:30 Musical Travelogue
1:00 News r
1 : 15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers u
1:45-French In The Air )
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:18-iFreddy Martin Show
5:SB Mualo For Yon
3:00 Hank Snow And Jill
, Rainbow Ranch soya
Sill Sammy Kay Show U
8:30-Muiic For Wednesday :
4:00 reatuia Review'""-' !'t
4:30 What' Your Favorite
(requests' takt a by
- phont till 8:00) -8:30
8:35 What' Your rtrirttl
8:00 Allen Jackson mewi)
8:15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst BeerjL BeerjL-6:S0
6:S0 BeerjL-6:S0 HawaU Calls (WRUU
7:00 Han, of Ivy
7:30 VOX Report From VM.
8:00 Music By R6th
3:30 Musical Theater
8:00 You Asked For it (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert under Tha Stars
12:00 sign Oft .. ..
Lo Up ts 2 Pounds Day
CARRUGAN milk is similar to cream and
fills your stomach completely Tha flavor,
which is slightly sour and fizzy will
appeal even to those who dislike milk.
The effect xf CARRUGAN diet can be
seen Immediately. For every day of CAR CARRUGAN
RUGAN CARRUGAN diet you will lose about two
pounds. ; ;
Dangtroui Ovtrwiflht f
Overweight Is bad for your health, for.
your -'heart and your other -organs, asi lt ?j
overworks ;and ages 'thent 'before their '1
time. The CARRUGAN diet brings you
bak tot your normai' weight, eliminating
the danger of overweight. ,',.', i
A Natural Phenbmenen
There" Is difference between, deducing S
and- losing weight., The Swedish milk diet :
will, make you -lose weight without the
use. of drugs, CARRUGAN acts as
natural wa and does not cause any As
turbances."- 'i .- Si
while aatine everything you want.
biological nutritional value. It also con-
tains minerals and the essential vitamins.
You alternate a day wjeh normal food
intake with one of CARRUGAN diet in in-order
order in-order to avoid any danger of deficiency
tor desnutrition. '.
let Whether Yo IrViih
The Jey of Life
CARRUGAN 'Increases youf metabolism'
. and eliminates all7 harmful substances
from your body. It does not reduce your
-energy; on tha contrary it. gives you a
sense of freshness and energy ; which
pleasantly accompanies this; new .milk
The Mirror and tha Scales'"
' Both will" Confirm whaf you" have gamed,
. in health and beauty with the CARRU CARRUGAN
GAN CARRUGAN tiiet. After having- lost weight- you
.'will feel more sure of yourself and more
',"- ft t j 1. ;.. U jj- .r
CARRUGAN Will Make You Save Money ?
"Every day you are on the CARRUGAN CARRUGAN-diet
diet CARRUGAN-diet you will save because this diet costs
much-less than normal food.
The CARROGAM dier gives' your body
Ask for CARRUGAN at your drotstere or write to Farminter, Rome 2. Via Tarvisle.'
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' AT YOUR FAVORITE DRUGSTORE OR V
ARROCIIA -S, LUX, PASTEUR or CANAL Z0!!E PHARMACIES
Job For Draftsman
Announced Bv Navy
The VS. Naval Station, Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, annouaced yesterday a po position
sition position vacancy for enrfaetTlng
draftsman, (general), 03-8. In
the Public Works Department of
Lbe Kaval SiaUoo.
This position requires prepar
at km of sketches, plana and
drav4Bgi for en maintenance,
repair and alterations, and
maintaining current plans on an
structures and cUl!ts systema
Either male or female applicant
is aecepucie ana anouja nave
at least aix months specialized
experience la gtneral esflaeer esflaeer-isf
isf esflaeer-isf drafttng la addlUon to four
years general experience la the
fifld or acceptable eiucatloa
Applications for this position
should be submitted to the In In-durtrial
durtrial In-durtrial Peiaticwis O'Hce, U&
Kaval station, Kocmsn. rm or
before Jane J8 aad additiarral
infonrit'.Mi rr be cts'-r j by
Will Not Delay?.;
US Scout Jamboree
VAULIY TORGB, Pa. June 18
ftTPV A brief but violent
storm 'Sunday Bight flattened
some 8,000 tents erected here
for the national Boy Scout Jam
boree, but officials said the set setback
back setback will not delay the sched scheduled
uled scheduled opening of the meeting Ju July
ly July 21. :
11 -Story Pyramid
Found In Mexico
Dates To 600 B.C.
PACHT7CA. Mexico,' June 11-1
(UP) .Two scientific explorers
said today they have discovered
a 2,500-vearold pyramid ia the
nearbv Tulanclngo Valley.
' Profs. Cesar Llxardl Ramos and
Jacob Muller said the pyramid,
one of the oldest ever discovered
in Mexico, dates back to the
Teotlhuaean era about 600 B.C.
, The ll-story wremia vnrams
muralf and burial chambers. I
ExpreslGargo Service From US. Atlantic
Ports to the Republic and Ganal Zone
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, THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1957.
dodgers Jr eel Mke b weespsteke W inner.
Collect On Long Shot'
Cookie Danny McDevitt
: PAGE SIX
V -jt. IfvTSBI fir- TIF" ry-.. -fj
i i 1,.
(Based on 150 oficial at bats)
National League ,
Editor: CONRADO "SARGEANT
By MILTON RICHM AN
: ranr.VrtT)B' T
i - xuivn, juiic
Brooklyn Dodgers felt
Winner today, having collected on a long shot by
the simple expedient of
name on a ticket.
They made out that ticket last
Friday and it provided transporta transporta-,
, transporta-, toon for McDevitt, from St. Paul
Who is this guy McDevitt?
J That's, a question even the Cln
cinnati Redlegs were asking to
day after the 25-year-old rookie
' southpaw, making his first big
league appearance, struck out 11
af them last night and limited
them to seven hits in pitching
Brooklyn to within two games of
the National League leaa.
; j ; ... :
t In the only other game schedul
i in the majors. Pittsburgh de
tested league leading Milwaukee,
7,-5. The Braves now lead the sec
ond-place Cardinals by one game,
' i McDevitt, called up by the Dod
gers to take up some of the slack
'caused by the sidelining of John John-,
, John-, ny; Podres and Sandy Kouf ax, put
on, quite a show for the 14,595
langat Crosley field. Relaying
chief on a fast ball and sneaky
curve, the sawed-of New York
-. mv"" r' 1 1
fr 5 Runs lo Whip
Fcrlland In 13th
pnUTT.AND. fire : liune 18
The Hollywood Stars ex
ploded for five runs n me lasi
frame of a tightly paced 13-inning
Pacific Coast League baseball
game here last night to dump the
Portland Beavers, 7-3.
' -The loss runs Portland's losing
ftreak to seven games, and puts
Hollywood one game over, the
4 Beavers la tneir eignt-game aeries
!' the opener was tied 1-0 until
I the 10th. inning when both teams
; scored two runs pushiBg-thr fame
X another two innings.
I 'In tha 10th. Carlos Bernier ran
lot Paul Petut. who drew a want,
' s.ole second and Scored on Leo
fiodriguex'a double .' to left field.
Rodriguez, went home on Bennie
DanielsV triple for the Stars' sec sec-end;
end; sec-end; run f the game.
Bernier at bat twice, made two
hitr,Uwe runs, one putout
Luis Marques, Portland outfield outfielder,
er, outfielder, was at bat five times, earned
it run and two hits and four
PaeHle Ceast- League Standings
Teams .W.L. Pet. .GB.
San Francisco 42 25 .627
Vancouver 38 26 .594 2Vi
Hollywood 39 29 .574 3tt
Seattle 36 33 .522 7
San Diego 35 33 .515 7Vi
Los Angeles 32 32 .500 8V4
Portland 22 39 .361 17
Sacramento 18. 45 .286 22
" MONDAY'S RESULTS
Hollywood T, Portland S
' (Only game scheduled)
Showing ot Tour Service
i Center T heater t Tonight
JALBOA :1S S:0S
rHE DEEP BLUE SEA
1IABLO HTS. :M v
"MONEY FROM HOME
GATUI T:M ;
kfARGARITA : tM
"THE SEA CHASE
PARAISO 6:15 S:M"
E VIRGIN QUEEN"
LA BOCA 7:M -
remtt Dar ta The Menving'
SANTA CRUZ :U 6:11
CAMP BIERD 6:11 I 5
li-CHOST SHIP and
U -TWO C UN LAW
IU. . 15c.
' RVK! im.N
?1A.N FROM DEL ',;
lO- TTT fPU. i..!..'!..
10 itJ Aire juumii
something like a sweepstakes
writing Danny McDevitt s
"City native struck out at least one
batter in every inning except tne
seventh and eighth, v
The Dodgers jumped into the
lead with a three-run rally against
starter Johnny Klippstein in the
Gino Cimoli led of the frame
with his ninth homer over the
left field 'fence. Roy Campanella
singled and Charley Nal drove
him in with a triple. McDevitt
then laid down his squeze bunt
to bring in Neal.
The Dodgers added three insur
ance runs on two hits in the ninth
By losing,, the Redlegs, tumbled
into fifth place, two percent a ee
points behind Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh gained its victory ov
er muwauKee witn a tour-run ral
ly in the ninth, featured by triples
of the bats of Gene Frese and
With the Braves leadinif." 4-3
Freese who collected four of Pitt-
SDurgn s 10 hits, trioled in the
ninth and scored on Ramon, Me Me-jias
jias Me-jias pinch single. Mejias raced to
third when Andy Pafko threw wild wildly
ly wildly to the plate and came homenn
Hank Foiles' -bunt. Skinner then
came through with his trinle. aenr.
jiik xoues, ana men scored him
self on Paul Smith's bunt.
Reliever Bob Purirev
unea wiin me victory. Gene Bak Baker
er Baker homered for the Pirates.
. The Braves rapped out IT hits.
Jii.j ... .
including four by, newly-acquired
NIWYORK. June II (UP)
The Richmond Virginians are tha
newest International League team
toarn; fh, Jahels humptyiiuxnpf
For like the famous nursery
rhyme character who sat on a wall
and was fated to falL Richmond
la xoiiowing tne season-long pat pattern
tern pattern of Int. League leaders the
Duuaing oi a solid first-nlace lead.
a steady dissipation, and then the
fall. . i
It happened to the Miami Mar
lins. It happened to the Bufalo Bi Bisons.
sons. Bisons. Now it may be haoDenins in
Karl Drews, behind a 10-hft Ruf
falo barrage, picked up his fourth
victory as ine uisons humiliated
Richmond, 10-0, last night. It was
Richmond's third straight loss.
Bob Wiesler and Wimpy Nardelal
toiled for the Vees. Wiesler. chart
ed with the loss, suffered his third
setDacK in eigbt decisions. Mike
Baxes and Lou Ortiz, hit home
runs tor uuiauo.
In the only other game schedul scheduled,
ed, scheduled, Columbus tripped the Roches Rochester
ter Rochester Red Wings, 4-L Ron Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn yeilded a first frame run ta
the Wings and scattered seven hits
in Blinine hil fifth trinmnhint
Gary Blaylock, who needed relief
rrom Keiton RusseU in the 7th In Inning
ning Inning when the Jets scored all their
runs, was the losing pitcher.
0.60 TODAY! 0.40
. Great fortune Might-
Be one ef the tacky winners
f these Cash Prises!
1st Prize 5100.00
Op the Screen:
Cinemascope and Color I
Kim Novak in
"EDDIE DUCHIN STORY"
John Steel la
"Storm Over Tne Nile"
SSe. 1. Uc
Spanish Prorram -Prohibited
; LOS AMANTES "x
- Also: ..
Tabuloua Dotibl Program
, Rock Hu6on Jn
' RATTLE H1MN
t Also: ;
' Tom Hover la"
EVERTTHTNO BUT THE
Player and Club GABRH Pet.
Musial, St. L,. 54 222 35 81 ,365
Hodges,-Bkn 52 198 31 71 ,359
Fondy, Pitt. : V51 202 25 72 J356
Cimoli. Bkn. 47 194 36 65 .335
Aaron, Mil. i 56 238 44 78 .328
H. Smith, St. L. 41 154 16 50 .325
Mays, N.Y. 56 210 41 68 .324
Thomas, Pitt. 56 220 19 71 .323
Robinson, Cmci. 57 234 42 75 .321
Schoendienst, Mil. 60 267 36 84 ,315
55 182 55 69 .379
"51 177 39 67 .379
54 175 34 60 .343
55 214 37 73 .341
53 204 34 68 .333
58 225 28 70 .311
54 187 31 58 .310
59 221 40 68 .308
56 231 21 71 .307
48 164 23 49 .299
, National League
Robinson, Redlegs j
Wiluams, Red Sox
Sievers. Senators '.
Maxwell, Tigers i
RUNS BATTED IN
, National League
Musial, 5 Cards
Sievers, Senators -Skowron,
Minoso, White Sox
(Based en J eteeltlene)
i running) w
Sanford. Phila .. mi
Shants, Yanks 7
Bunning, Tigers 7
Jackson, Cards a
NEW YORK" nrt n..
rLGHiMtth'vV "ked w.Cr.
on pitcher Stv .j u.
onUoned pitcher Pete Burnside to
Mhineapolis in the American As As-sociation.
sociation. As-sociation. The moves are neces necessary
sary necessary to make room for Ray
Crone. Danny O'Connell and Bob-
i- BS Players obtained
to Saturday's deal with n,. wn
DORTMUND. Rvrm.n. firo
V..1 ir-:- T.,,' J
mh aemi duck rnnnt, hmm..
uKutwcijsni cnampion. died Sun.
day from a brain rnnmiuimi ...
fered in Saturday'a 10-round Uch-
mcu unaora at the hands of
luauursa ieuce. anew m AimA 1-
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Bobhv
Thomason, a sUr qnarterback: un-
ui oe rearea last season, his
signed as a temporary quarter quarterback
back quarterback coach for tha PhnrioMhi.
Eagles who were left without an
experienced T-formation director
wnen Aarian Burke resigned two
weeu ago. n
! TODAY ;:s
Bed 8KELTON U
U6 per CAR I
- Alaai LAD& tax
"Hill BELOW ZERO
In TECHNICOLOR I
Bearca Only Ism
t"., Alao; ;
Jsme Mansfield la
THE GIRL CANT
FL feET AFOOT Rushine
J England, during a dress rehearsal for the pageant of naval gunnery. The "ships" seem to be easx
t to handle, except for an aircraft carrier (right, rear) which is a heavy load for two Tars, c v
Pod res Arm Bothers Dodgers
More Than Alston Suspension
HO OF BE ATS
By Conrado Sargearit
A recent crackdown on
brekers and stif penalties being
imposed by President Remon race
track stewards seems to be talc
ine efefct. 4
Only one jockey was suspended
over the weekend. This was youth
ful Heliodoro "Papito" Gustines
who Sunday, scored his first two
victories since losing his apprenM
Gustines was set down : four
meets for crowding Linda Susy
and Carlota with Folletito St the
start of Sunday's second race.
, .;. ., .jr .... .. .,.... :
Several horses were suspend
4 for various reasons, however.
The meet sever penalties were
Indefinite suspensions t both A A-mat
mat A-mat and T arte far refusing
t leave. the starting gate with
the ether starters h Saturday'
eewrth nd seventh a, repi repi-fiver'
fiver' repi-fiver' r.'.,'
Ponton, which was lain after
Saturday's first race, netted 15
days from the track's oficial
IguaiU. a trailer in Saturday'!
sixtn race following his photo-fin-
ian 10s to tnivuingo the previous
week, got' an eight-meet suspen suspension
sion suspension for his poor performance.
Pappa Flynn and Tony both mo
mentarily refused at the break in
Sunday's seventh race. They got
wir meis eacn.
inre trainers were fined on
Sunday. They are Victor V. Mor-
reu, Miguel Mas and Eduardo En Enrique
rique Enrique Young, Mosrell was fined $5
for using colors other than those
listed on the official program on
Hincapiir in the eighth race.
Mas got a similar $5 for "negli "negligence
gence "negligence in his performance of his
duties as a trainer" when a fore foreleg
leg foreleg bandage slipped on Embasy
during the running of the ninth
race., t : "..t
Your had t shall mt Hm
largest amount. He paid $25 for
failing t report that Little Feel
had lest -ahoe during th sec
end race on June Young's
"negligence" In failing t ro ro-pett
pett ro-pett Ms horse's mishap caused
him t go off long shot end
made his victory last Sunday ap appear
pear appear to fa eentredictery per
-1 ';- OOo -', f'
Accordinf to reports, the Pa Panama
nama Panama Gambling Control Board
plans to cut down en th number
of races held at each meet in ord order
er order to have more animals compet competing
ing competing la each event
The Board would lfk to stage
only eight races on Saturdays, with
the first race scheduled to go ef
at 1:45, and nine oh Sundays, with
a starting time ef 1:30 p.m.
It ha a also bea reodrted that
Today Encanto -2S .75
Robert Wagner In
Betweea Beavea an4 HelT
v. Kirk Douglas In
', THI RACERS
Today IDEAL. 30 JO
"XING f THE CARMYAL CARMYAL-CtiapUrs
CtiapUrs CARMYAL-CtiapUrs e r
TABULOUS TEXAN v
HUM OF. OKLAHOMA
, jar arc -as. 4 1 j
THE BOLD AXT
into action; this model flotilla steams
rulet.an annual increase of $100,000 year
iy in purses ww soon pe approvea.
Troplco, a v Chfleen "eolt that
never won a race, and Arpogio,
ef Hit seme origin end winner
ef ieveral races both at Juan
France and the President Re Remon
mon Remon racetracks were sent to Cor
ta Rice ever the wekend. They
Will be used .for polo playing.' C;
It has also been reported that
negotiations are underway to' sell
moon Beam and Jaquimazo : to
KAtsim mean sportsmen for
same sport. -.;i.v
In Store for British :
kjjnuw, iijimia rro rro-spects
spects rro-spects of the most brilliant Royal
Ascot racemeet. which opens at
Ascot Heath today, appeared as assured
sured assured with the weatherman pre predicting
dicting predicting a continuance of the cur current
rent current heatwave.
Ascot Heath Is one' of. the few
tracks in Britain with facilities
for watering the racetrack thus
ensuring perfect conditions under
foot for the competing through-
One of the strongest challenges
for several seasons will be made
by- France- and Ireland, with an
entry ot at least 40 throughbreds
tor tne u events during the four'
Several of the entries arrived
at Ascot Heath today and were
given brief workouts. Tisot, the
Italian challenger in the Ascot
Gold Cup on Thursday, regarded
as a tuccesor to Italy's wonder
norse, KiDot. attracted most atten
tion, and is expected to start fav
onto for the race.
. Today's main even is the 2-1-2
miles Ascot Stakes, which in prev previous
ious previous seasons, has been .one of the
meet's big gambling races. It. is
one of the few events lackins a
foreign' chalenger, thus assuring
at .east one Dig event will be won
by a home-trained thoroughbred.
By JIMMY DIMARIT
Written for NEA Service
Outside of picking no a prize
money check, the thing about a
professional golf tournament I like
best is that the gallery lets
chance to do everything but putt
lor ue pros. ... -.
A walk down the fairway is like
a fluii ahowi Spectators ask about
tne Jast snot what- club I -used:
now 1 used it and anything else
ther want to know about.
You'll find most proa Quick to
answer. This brings up the ques
tion, can you learn anything Dy
watching top professionals playT
I believe you can. Everybody
is a mimic. A fellow in the gallery
will see a player of about the same
build end he'll watch bow he does
things. The big thing, of course, is
to make what yon see a part ef
your game; not make your-game
conform i tne pro s style.
The business of approach shots
to the green is the sort of thing
you csa pick up by watching pros
at won. ua snosi courses, 11 you
them, youH find U tne
behind the green. A top
pre would prefer being
on spproach shots.
: Bat u yw iv were to waico 91m
Sue id drive and then go home
and try t do the tame, you're bet better
ter better off spending the afternoon ia a
I I- -1.
COLTS SIGN CALL
BALTIMORE (NEAV-Jce CH
cned with the Baltimore Coits.
He is considered the fmet rra
dft',c?d at Colgate in a c--rs t.
to battle stations at Portsmouth,
CINCINNATI, 6.. June 18 (UP)
Manager Walt Alston of Brook
lyn was serving the second day
of a three day suspension today
but the Dodgers were far more
concerned with the side-lining of
their ace southpaw, Johnny Podres
who may be lost for several weeks.
Alston, was notified yesterday of
his suspension and a $75 fine aris arising
ing arising from remarks he made to um umpires
pires umpires Frank Secory and Bill' Bak Baker
er Baker during' ther first game of a
doubleheader aeainst St. Louis
Sunday. Pee We Reese1 also was
fined $50 for a run-in with Secory
uui ue was not suspenaea.
" Overshadowing the fines, howev
er,' was the news that both Pod
res and Sandy Kouf ax j, might be
lost to the Dodgers for an ldefi-
nite period. Both pitchers under
went arm X-rays at Christ Hospi-tal.'here-
yesterday.' and the report
on Podres was particularly dis discouraging.
Dr. Georee BaTlou itlffnA.wi t.
dres'i ailment as- an lnflamraation
of the left: elbowi The Dodger left-:
nanaer iiew: Dack ta New York
immediately to underg fur'her e,
lamination from Dr: HArh rf -t
Long .Island. Cpliege Hospital
A-rays takii of Koufax lpf
rm proyeq, negative but-rest and
whirlpool treatmnt wr n...,'k
-A II. L .. . .. "--"V
u.,nB an not pitcnea since June.
until Alston's susnenilnn .rnt
." coach ;Billy Herman, null. JUn
HELPS .Rojr Campanella
covera a lot of territory for
the Dodgtra. There are- times
When th veteran- Brooklyn
catcher would Uke to further
conserve- enerrv la baseball hv
climbing 'aboard his riding
; lawn mower.
W L Pet.' CB
Brooklyn f y
New York v
Philadelphia at Chicago
New York at Milwaukee N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)
Ytsttrday's Results ''
(Night Game) '
Pittsburgh 000 001 204-7 10
Milwaukee Y 020 100 101-5 17
Pittsburgh : Friend, Face, Arro Arroyo,;
yo,; Arroyo,; Purkey (6-4), Law and. Rand,
Mjjwauke: Trowbridge, Jolly
(v-D.tuiups ana CrandaU.-
' 1 1 (Night Game)
Brooklyn ; 030 100 003-7 9
Cincinnati 010 001 001-2 7 1
Mcuevitt (l-io and Campanella,
Klippstein (2-6). Freman. San
chez, Lawrence and Bailey,
Only games scheduled
. '. EXHIBITION GAME
N.Y. Gidhts 110-003-000 4-51
MinneapoUs 7 001-000-210 491
Monzanti'McCormick (4); Davis
(9) and Thomas, Katt (9); Clark,
Blyzka' (8V and Schmidt, Jenkins
(6). Hrs-Mays, SaUer.
, YOUNG REDLEGS
TOLEDO (NEA) The Cincin-
natifarm system .corralled two
more nighty sought youngsters
with the signing of Pitcher. Mur Murray
ray Murray Guttman and First Baseman
Russ Bierley of the University of
BY TOM NELSON
WASHINGTPN. June 18 (UP)
The Justice Department told Con Congress
gress Congress ; today that professional
sports should be exempted from
anti-trust laws only 11 it can. tte
shown they cannot otherwise sur-
But the department took no
stand on whether baseball, now
exempt from anti trust lawa,
should be regulated like other pro
fessional sports, it said tms was
"essentially a question of leglsia
tive policy. '-
Victor R. Hansen, assistant at
torney general in charge of the
aepartment s -j anu-irusi aivision,
presented theview to the House
Judiciary subcommittee as it
ooened lencthv hearings on gov
ernment regulation of professional
team sports, j !'-' -j ".
Among several buls before the
subcommittee is one to exiena
baseball's anti-trust immunity to
orofessional football. hockey and
hasketbalL The Supreme Court
recently held that football is not
exempt from government regula
tion. .' v r? '-
' Chaes In Sports
: "- -
Three congressmen warned at
th outset of the. hearing that if
Congress does not -modify' the high
court's decision, it will create
chaos in professional sports and
perhaps wipe out pro football
; fHIE InCREDIElE
- The motion pictnre serern's Tniwt fsvtnmtlrr savrntwr
nt the anknown!... "THE INCREDIBLE fUKLVKINQ
MAN. .- Every hour he gets smaller and mt!-r... Tery
hear the terror mount-. See THF, IVCREDIBLR fr.jss.
ING LAN- which OTENS OS THURSDAY 2 AT 1. Z M X.
. AMERICAN LEAGUE .7 -Teams
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 36 18 .667 '
New York '33 22 .600 3
Detroit 32 2i 561
Cleveland -, 30 25 .;m 1
Boston "27, 30 .474 10V4
Baltimore -'24 32 ',429 13
Kansa's City 23 3 .411 14
Washington ' 20 '40 33 1
, Today's Games V
Chicago at Baltimore (N) --,.,
Detroit, at New York (N)
Kansas City at Washington (NL."1
Yesterday's Results , J. f 4
Open date.' ,1.
The Paraiso High School did a
quick job in winning the 1957 soc soccer
cer soccer .championship from the Rain Rain-bow
bow Rain-bow City High when they took
their third straight contest 4 to 0
od the Santa : Crus sward Friday
afternoon. 1 '.
The good defense of the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso eleven held the rival'? rhl
to only one goal in the three en.
gagements, while the winners 4 4-O,
O, 4-O, 3-1 and 4-0 paid the dividends.
Energetic r la vine fnp inmrA
liners Myrie, Pate, Moreno; Men- v
doza, Walker and Pacheco a h d
stubborn defensive tactics by Ca-'
nizales, St. Louis, Patrick Brown
and Charles cheated Alvin 'Faulk 'Faulkner,
ner, 'Faulkner, the brilliant goahe, of his u-
sual demonstrations which v have
made him a schoolboy sensation.
All is in readiness fnp th. hi
volleyball tournament which wiU
be the. second event of -the vear'a
athletic program. In this- f 1 1 d
the Paraiso High School hoasts
several scores of topflight v n s) re
formers .in th mala and female
departments. If plans work right,
the school is bound to take the co co-veted
veted co-veted crown 'again this year, hav
ing annexed the title in 1956.
" V J n
Reps. John W.! Byrnes (R-Wis).
Oren Harris K(D-Ark) and Ken
neth KeaUng. (RJ.Y) took the
view that these sports should not
be dealt with like other businesses
in interstate commerce.
The hearings got off to a rouiW
start when Chairman Emanuel
weuer iu-in x ana &eaung, ..sen ..senior
ior ..senior Republican on the seven-man
subcommittee, tangled over oddoi-
ing bills they are sponsoring. -Celler
is pushing legislation ta
bring baseball : under, the anti antitrust
trust antitrust laws like football Keadwtinc
favors a "middle-of-the-road" en-
nrnaeh ttt rmnt innrta trArrl
regulation except for! soma 'nure-
ly business aspects,: .;.-:
T m'uA, tanral W1,. .5'-
which are expected to run several
weeks, by asserting that the tub-
committee would seek "all rel'
vant points- of view" on' the vex vexing
ing vexing problems involved.'! ..
He said he received com plaints
asxing mat various practices
long associated with professional
sports be outlawed- On .the other
hand h mmiA mm thi
would be a "death blow1 to sports.
resd statement saying that the
"chaos" would result if profession-
si sports were, made subject to
the anti-trust lsws;
Celler" accused Kestinr of tak-'
ine aides before the subcommittee
hears all the evidence. ..
n.'-i ;' t--1?"") tV
m m asbs g
'SII?J!"!."5. I !A!i"
TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1957
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
7C7 Pro iooii
--J.11 '- ...... ..
I r , ' '
s-,-," vidian".'-.. ,:r, .yv.- f-.-v- -: v ." : f .) r,
- : by
! ; JOE WILLIAMS
: - ...1.1.1. h ticinac' mii nf baseball is
"Sfino : tne iinanaai records of major-league
10 WSSStf SJfflMSESftaffitai wasttngtoh is
SSSyUSf lowaron Oliver Wendell olmes, patron
alnri9USKesf speaking for the UA' Supreme Court.
Back in r ii .nfrtnnmint and as such not
ruled baseball was xma. This
Siiro to Create
Chaos In Sports
WASHINGTON. June 18 fUPY
that unless Congress intervenes, a
will jtffnlA phaAC '. in jnrnfaccinnal
! sports and perbaps kill- pro foot
The warnings were t-aunded by
Rep. John W. Byrnes (R N. Y.)
t the- opening of htarings by
e Howie -Judiciary Subcommittee
en whether professional sports
should bo subject to federal an-
'.. tc-start with ... tJiTttbSnSwiti Pr" P"" nd P"
VI J tn Weal wizardry, the records of Arnold Jofcnaon
atands, etc., for 50-0 muwHi. .,..... unnVin. transactions
Then fouowea a er "-:.-rr.:"min,. leaeue
a which at one time saw mm noiams; vwo v:r' hoidines Cr" By P1
' Mrks How he disposed ot his Yankee and Philadelphia homings Fotb;
' Sd eventual wound up wit the Kansas City franchise, Is hawa
. isjMeiiailw"" J tHA hu il bees re
sTh presence oi "rmen hkve notified the com
t,-; I '.v' f.lhls- Is Sport. ,r.,r.
Feartess: Fraley s US
Open Facts, Figures
t ;TX)LED6, Ohio (Uf )
.Vrater's fairway facts and figures
:n?ythe Aj. s:Open olf chsm-
jS!Sy Bolt, long known u tt
om temoersmental tee ahot art-
Sol his temper. Aggravated at his
a,to starting tmie m th. Open, he
because of a "sore back
. .w.mni. Ulan
these cays. -r"3.l-. the
PGA rule 'rr-iuiw.
By HANS RBARDON
. .WrJttoh for NBA Service
QUESTION: How far out of line
n baserunner run to a v o i a
beini Uued. Uslie Warmer-
Tommy even smiles titauj
Tj. a a example, there s a
have "tJvea him a victory, awj-
.tared at the ground for a-i ew
Minute, and thenomlng badt to
tournament director 4 CarM..
nid with a big snilet M
"l Jut cu"1 J2'000 w
i ?. : Uayne. May CMt J
r of the Defr6it f odtbar L i
i.ft 'afiord'- -to. .ma.kt.
Wats in !ontans."d ,oolb1t.; W baseman. Impedes the rttnner
T -km .bout per cent a ... h ... .ba 0at
his isctm.- -t.r ro Itbstnictioii. May the ther rrun-
i JT.KUrf tkm no.in the cubtouse, v.-af hoir own riUu Ii
nuui i -----
......n. rirtt trio to naJoweo
Sr in Gotland. Seems
that the Scots cddi
w-. nl.p a ff w holes' IB
nh unn. and lieht Horse Harry
rnmr rvnuhv and Mund won
noy epi poppui "k tlji.
and upset mm y uuci
.knvtns carden snake into the
" m d
That sure was a tertlple
thing," Mund said to Crosby.
uf.jim think ao-. Crosby
UVUk mmmm- .
ffHnnl. "After all.T had a big
" : : j il. v.
bet with nope ana
to do u.
v Answorr A kaMrunmf Is
If ho runs more than throe Hot
owsy from direct Hne be between
tween between bases to evoid beinf tf tf-waL
waL tf-waL unlos bis action It to ovoid
ftitornrrence with a fielder
e battod ball. ..
. . s .
Q. With the bases full, the sec-
eopt- fo the rvnior obitroctod,
kll mna)n In oUv.
itland. Sc q. A man slides into second
io hah!tnaUy.bi"Je-. M aL The etcher s
otter rrin throw is wide end the second
,! and H V.W. n mrh th
nen pi I ?rm n i' j "" .
wsnt' long nntJ 5arsen S caoa.e gh"rttau SicB is Bang-
fisted nn a two iroa and tee raa raa-after
after raa-after quite a debate, reluc reluctantly
tantly reluctantly fv it to hiro. f
&rixen ho'(H the shot ana.
luvl tri'TTTsj 'iriy to the d sur surfaced
faced surfaced cadu.e, asked:
'. " Frd of Wmtf
"?",at ?a v- l th'-k now?"
" ,s r insrr-1 &t
f- -. . j tare c re bft bft-1
1 bft-1 i."
. i t y.-..f"i v.'.u
- 'bi'H ts
' j'-'.fi i;s "t
ig out.. Is the runner out? J one
H. Clark. '
A, Yts. Tbo Oofofviinj iwayor
bos oly to towh any part of
tho rvnrmr' body, elofhir or o o-ajvipmor.".
ajvipmor.". o-ajvipmor.". '.
Q. VTi'h a runner on third base
the Caterer ii ra 'T a passed
bill whxh rcorheJs off the tra-
r;re s foot. It te rJ in piayz
(. the nt ca t; ri tae score?
V laiirtmverf hUSOball
r tffiiexZhS in Holmes' opinion fcUhe distinction rnade
; Although nownorp iu business, that
2f. TSStX&V t?e dec and
t nde7slVndably did nothing to discourage i 3 g.. .......
-Someof our VVaihingtonnawsm Jaw. undcr Ung handed
that Important aodal, technological ad i, dowa by the Supreme Court in
ieen ejected sine. Holmes' day year, a-
iihknoun. to tpat genern ... go. ui jasi ren., zb, tne court
th.t hAieball economy has alone remained ftotw. refused in a 6-to-3 fuling to extend
This explains why they want Y:'V bie ame exempuon to protession
" -r it inr.nnmf anv a bwv"-k. isi nui3 wpre lnrvnonepti in i:nn.
amy be run as sm ponded to other private ,iniH ,rn lttin7 .1 nf.
la entlt ed to exempt w J pprVs i'thi ilm. iSottw
T-..i 3. .
jdui prupusiiiK cunuicuiig mean
tn thnt enH f ho i-omtintf maooitrac
would either subject all sports to
anu-irusi regulation, tree mem
all from, eovernment restraints or
taxe a miaaie-ot-tne-road ap approach
proach approach and permit only partial an
.t ....... w-.. i .
RvrnOa.- whsrw hnmatnwn til
Green Bay. Wis., supports the
0 M I 1 & I
wnin oay pacKars or ino no
ttArtaf BMAtk.ll' I ..mi. iImmAmA
....... ....... r--
before the subcommittee for his
"middio-oMhe-road", Dill, which
is similar to proposals, by Reps.
Kenneth B. Keating (Rj. N.Y.)
end Patrick J Hillings (R-Cal-
f'Jl'i f ,.' tJ i VT '(-fi ll
It would eivo fonthall. horlAi
and basketball, the same a n t i-
trust exempttion baseball now en
joys, uut it wouia permit pure purely
ly purely business" asnects of the snorts.
like concession and broadcasting
rights,- to be regulated. t i v.
Byrnes said that such a law
narlinilarlv- iff neeHpH 'tnr: aavp
professional iootball from exten
tion. ,. r
CUSTOM TAILORING R rd
Schoendienst -saw off the knob
at the handle of his bat. .The
Giants', second baseman figures
that thin arida th maneuver-a
bility of a lighter model to the
oomph of a heavier one. .
a::::cu::ci::o tiij a::::ival of ..
OLO LlZZie SQUEAL
CAVAUEO. C.C. A
ia&IIUIA GFACU Foe.
' vf .Wj.4-
y Vim time j
tvwo could a 77V 4tV4TOW Oe
...... 4 , : 1. ...
j i 4..ANOA
: rr f to match r
j I Cl -6(4 ) VV e
, By HARRY GRAYSON
?JFW YORK fNEA) Sneaking
of the likeUhooa oi tne uoagers
and Giants moving to California
tn,,l. D p.rlni uvi it ia imnera-
unui ... .. .... w., i
tive that the National Lesgue re
tain a franchise in ixew xorn.
Talkinff aa thou eh he is COnvlnC-
mA that th HnHrpra .and Giants
will be in Los Angeles and r San
Francisco as eariy es ne
soring. Lou Perino insists -t h a t
further shuttling ormg anomer
lnh in New: York.' .V:.f
No one csrnes more weism m
NL, councils than PerinL one. of
the world's biggest heavy ;. con contractors"
tractors" contractors" and the first man to move
major ..league franchise in so
years;,. s, ;.v..- : :..
"With iha Gianti sdne. nerhans
'another owner' can make a deal
for Yankee Stadium," he says,
"nt imnff. tn hav a .now naplr
built in Queens. If Powell Crosley
aoesn i went to mko ue.neas oui
of Cincinnati, then the club must
come from elsewhere, even to the
extent of taking the .Cubs out of
"TKa wmiU U.ua f! ti t a a a
with ..the WJute Sox. Even though
i lost more i man million ooi ooi-lars
lars ooi-lars In the last two-years in Bos-
tAfk. f avAiilfl nnt hava aik;itheit
the Braves to Milwaukee had that
meant leaving Jew Jt-ngiand
without a major league club. It Iter ran,' "and in the Summer he
UJt M U M 14U. un uuuia J ILUCaUl&CB 1UI LCUll a
'ited' Sox. .v- 4 . t nound." ; 7 t.
"We're coming' to one c 1 u b
tAinn m TVlof ia urUn ftlA A V ft An
tion of New York.
"It was inevitable that Los An
obf auu big' league funchisesC; 1 in.
An 11. - III 1. --
ai years caiuornia win. nave
more.. population, than New York
State, butj New York City will al always
ways always be the nerve center'-' of the
country in industry, banking,
shipipng, the amusement world,
news services, everything.! v
. 'The National Leaeue would
lose a;, tremendous amoung. of
prestige in leaving New York to
the American League." 4
Parfnl ha. h.ufn haeaholt Awn-
ers how to end all their, problems.
All he did was throw out free
television r v i
"Brooklyn's gross, including TV
Lcan And -Mean
BLOOM INGTON. Ind. mEAV-
Indiana football coaches couldn't
help but be impressed by a, glow glowing
ing glowing letter, from an alumnus about
prospect..,, ; -. :
a- aii lucau, un
money, is about that of Milwau
UintlM vnif rsWhAfi ksstrlk tVta rvatlr
, ii v Maw V sauiV4 SSCS V illV ss
jumping and jammed with people
ur nan iuu anu on me aeaa iiaey
Ann ipt mn ntint tin row. -r. iumh
vw aaav M w M"M nOSaTB
ing. m ume, if parks rem ain on
ine emmv iiae ions enougn. anon
ior we leiecastmg privilege.
Milwaukee doesn't even teleeaat
road games. The only game tele telecast
cast telecast from Count Stadium th
game-of-the-week and then the ter
ritory arouna suasviiie is backed
V, m,www,9, Vaioi SO
ivntnenc WAV M rtninir it savi
Perini, whose. Bnvei drew: more
than 2 tnillinn nsi!a4 4miesnni
vM,janM OU1USOOUU0 aVVX
tne mira eonsecauv year.
;. "Televising away eames is al
mot ,as. harmful as televising
rn.m ail rn. iumi ...a.. .
mw fvyiv nuuiu ai c
just enough baseball' to stay away
from the park. When they get it
for free, why should they ray?
v ill make a concession only to
pay iv. ii a xan nss to nav si
to see a game via the air waves
at noma.' rna ehanoa. m ha'ii wA
... . W M Vi
cide to get a little fresh air and
the real thing at the nark.'
So. With Lou Perini the miial
eat phair. tfom.' uAn f .. ...ui.
the Los Angeles Dodgers and San
rrancisco uiants coming into be being,
ing, being, but if he has his way, base-
Dan television as w know it tn.
day will. ;
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' TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1957
'THIS SPACE IS FOR,, SALE a' ;
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 1
T7.?TWfii in ii ansa
' FOR RENT: Modem residence
at Campo Alegre, Elvira Mendes
r&reet No. 1. Completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 3 bedrooms With batK-
'" roomi, living-dining room, porch,
bar, kitchen, maid's room, 2000
't meters of land for garden, for
' information Phono 34530.
FOR RENT. Comfortabla email
furnished chalet $75. Good for
married couple; 48th Stroat No.
25-B, Bella Vista. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT2-bdrOm thalet,
$80. 7th Street, San f raneiteo.
Baldwin's furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at Santa- Clara Beach,
Telephono Smith, Balboa 3481.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One' mile past Ca Ca-sine.
sine. Ca-sine. Phone Balboa 1866. ,,
PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Crlstobaf J-H73.
v FOR RENTt Room, private en-
trance, near Institute and 4th of
July Avenue. To bachelor only'.
Ancoa Avenue No. 13-95, top
Told To Resign
LONDON,- July 18 (UP) A
Scotland Yard disciplinary board
today ordered a Buckingham
Palace police fuard to resign
from the -force because lie re-;
fused to shave off an"untldy"
beard, yrffi fW0'-tpiik
Police Constable Stewart Dean,
till defiantly sporting; the
beard,' gave Immediate notice of
appeal to m roetropcyrcaa po ponce
nce ponce commissioner.
. Pending action on th appeal,
Dean will remain suspended from
hU duty of fuardlna; Buckingham
Palace, the London home of
Queen Elizabeth and her family. I
w "'..v i ,. ,"'.' '"
Dean protested -that guard du duty
ty duty at .the massive stone palace
and Its rambling private park
was so dull and boring' that he
sjeclded.' to brighten tne sur sur-rounding
rounding sur-rounding with a beard.
- The suspension wa announced
after Dean appeared before the
disciplinary board, still unshav
Grand ury Probes
CROWLEY La. .l(UP-A BTand
fury today begins an investigation
of a 13-year-old -key'r'. "mercy"
slayinf of ms elder wotner.
Conrad Thibodeaux.iold acor-
oner's Jury he shot bis 15-year
old brother Jack to,-death. U end
' his suffering after he had ihot
' the boy te the back accidentally
with a JX caliber, pistol, C
The shootinf occurred last May
16 while the two boys were alone
at their home. The coroner's Jury
ruled that Jack, died frornv two
shots ."at .the- hands -of Conrad.'
' Dist- Atty.'-lJertrand ta : Kane
said the grand jury could indict
the boy for murder .recommend
that be be turned over to Juven Juvenile
ile Juvenile authorities on lesser charge.
mr take no action at au.
In Louisiana there is only one
charge, murder, for which a per-
son under IT can be formally ln-
' dieted. . ,v '.
: ; LEGAL NOTICE
' Mta4 Statao DMrlet Caevt Pee
. DWrirt M The Caul Zee
! Balboa DhruOon
Bandolph H. 1fetu(rilan, LlbeUnt.
we. at V. Tropes Traoer. sueooooem.
fn Admiralty No. 4521 Lf ta lem.
.- Whereas, eel the Sth der ot i one. IK 7
ir ei ne. Its
XarMtotoa H. McLeuehlaa f i Libel
in Rem m the Dietrtet Coa I of the
unlire states for the Belhoo District ot
the Cane! Zone searm Che Motor Vee Vee-el
el Vee-el Tropic Trader, her tackle aprarel.
rnlJara, fumHure. etc. In a eouae of
Wafaa. Chhi an4 Maritiaaev as the mm mm-mt
mt mm-mt t4J0:. . r-
Ajd whereae. y vlrttie 0 proeMS Id
Oue fnrsa mt law. to ma directed, re re-f
f re-f jmaeJe on the Sth day of Juno. Its 7.
J have aetsed and taken the aaid Motor
Veaeei Tropic Trader and have her anj
Nntice ta bereby groen. that a ZrMrlet
reurt win be ne4d ka the United Court
Jioom m the tnwa of Aneoa. CanaJ Zone.
n m ZSth day ot Juno. 1SS7. far the
it id orenilna. and the owner
or owner, and ail ymmam who rav
lve or rkahn any Intcmt are BeretrV
c d ta he and appeal at the ataee and
r ce efnreeeid. e enow cauee. if anv
t rev. why a final
Rot pew aa prayed.
United S la ica Marshal.
fr 1 i
ATTENTION, O. U Just built
modern furnished apartments, l
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-494 1.
FOR RENT: A thret-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, liv liv-!
! liv-! Jng-dining room, kitchen, maid'e
room with owq bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities,
'.'.for. further details .call Panama
3-1 292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A.
fOR KENTi Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, "Edificio Dsveaux," B
Street, El Cangrejo, next to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panami. See caretaker on
, premises. Miguel Hive, Phone
f OR' RENT c -Spacious two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment; in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment on Yia Porras No.
120, betide Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.
FOR -RENT: 1. furnished apart apartment
ment apartment pne bedroom, living room,
dining room, with light, gas and
telephone. Sabanas No. 172,
$70. Inquire 8th Street No.
5-30, Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENTt t bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room $65.
Belisario Porras No. 96. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to responsible person, one
bedroom, all conveniences. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5356.
FOR RENT; Penthouse, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot 'water, independent
garage, maid's room and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. Ricardo Arias Street, Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre.' Phone 3-1860 and
Fated To Serve
Full 20-Year Term
MEXICO CrTY, June 18(UP
Jacques juoxnard, the Communist
hatchetman who murdered i Leon
Trotsky here in August, 1940. an-
peared fated today to serve out
the full 20-year term to which be
was sentenced for the crime.
A court here refused vesterdav
to issue an injunction demanding
inai me neann ministry show
cause for its failure to Brant Mor-
nara a parole.. j
The killer, whose real name is
unknown, became eligible for pa parole
role parole when he completed two-thirds
of his term in 1954. Mexican authorities-
have refused so far to
set him free,
Rainbow City Pool
Closed To Public
The Rainbow city swimming
pool will be closed to the public
today and tomorrow and will re
open- on its -regular schedule
Thursday, it was announced by
the Bcnoois Division. :
During; the time that the pool
Is closed, all frequency sensitive
equipment will be converted from
25-cycle to 60-cyde frequency.
t, f y-rjn i,-
In Anli-US Riots
Face Court Martial
TAIPEI, Formoss, June Is (UP)
-Forty-one Chinese civilians will
be court-martialed under martial
law today for their part in the
Miy 24 anti-American riots here.
The press has been demanding
leniency for the defendants, at
least five of whom have been i-
detified by the government as
Communists or former Commu
A total of 111 persons were ar
rested in connection with the riot
that resulted in the seeking of the!
U. S. Embassy and injury to a
dozen Americans. Seventy were!
released after questioning. The
rest were indicted, including two I
charges with desecrating the A
mencaa fug which was torn
from the embassy staff.
Three In Bus
HAVANA. June II fUPVA Ca.
ban army sergeant snot and killed
three persons inside a moving bos
Police said a passenger is the
bus attacked another with a knife
shortly after the bos started on
its way to Guiaees, a town 2t
miles south s st of Havana.
The sergeant traveling in the
bus tried te step la and vn him himself
self himself stabbed, police said. He the
pulled out his service revolver
and kuW the knife wieWer, bis
victim and a third passenger sit-
LEAVE TOint AD WITH ONE. OP OOB AGENTS OK OUB OFFICES AT 13-37 "H1 aTHKET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO J Street No. 11 AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. OK PUBLIC ACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUBDtS PHARMACY 182 La Corrasquilla a FARMACIA LOM LOM-RARlin
RARlin LOM-RARlin Nn. 28 VR" Street' m- MORRISON 4th nl Julv A. Jk J HI I.EWIA SKRVIPF .A v.. Tlvnli Kil.l 1 TARMAClA ES'lAHOS UN1DOS 149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
VAN-OER-JIS-rSO Street No. a f
the Belle Vista Theatre. .
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88, good shape,, radio,
good fires, $750 cash. 2006-A,
Curundu, 4 to 5:30 p.m
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevy. A-1
condition, excellent rubber,
$360. Call Balboa l04. 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: In New York City,"'
1951 Cadillac convertible, yel yellow,
low, yellow, one owner, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, 37,000 miles,, five white-"
wall tires,' radio, heater, deluxe
equipment. For information tele telephone
phone telephone Panama 3-1472 ,,: week
days between 9 and 5. .'
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
f laxa 4-door, automatic trans transmission,,
mission,, transmission,, 17,000 miles, excellent -,
condition throughout. House
0922 Amador Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 195 1 Ford Tudor,
green, ww tires, radio, fog
lights, good seat covers. Duty
hours-: Albrook 2114
FOR SALI: Jeep stake pickup,
'4-ton 1953, four-wheel drive,
very good mechanical condition,
body fair. The most practical ve vehicle
hicle vehicle for all kinds of work, espe especially
cially especially during rainy' Season $975.
Duty paid. Plates till the end of
year. Call 3-7493, 7:30 to 12;
1:30 to 5. v
FOR SALI 1 950 Chevrolet 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, new tire, radio, excellent
condition, $450.. Call Cristobal
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4-door-
6-cyl., radio,' heater, plastic
sest covers,' extras, excellent
condition, $1650. Cell 5-360
after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-door,
radio, Fordomatic, 24,365 miles,
one owner, excellent condition,'
$1000. 535S Magoon, Piablo,
after 5- p.m. week days.,
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers r Shippers Movers
Phones a 2451 22562
Leara Riding at -'
PANAMA; RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fir jumping Classes daily
S te -5 P.m. ; Phone 2-245 1
. la by appointment.
JIM RIDGE j
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0552
Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
East S4th Street 6
across from Lnx Theatre
Hours 8:00 a.m. to 12:00
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
TeL Panama 3-3272.
SUNDAY, JUNE i
Tel. Pan. 2-1661
With F 1.2- Lens
- J s.
BUENOS AIRES. June 18 (UP)
Doctors here transplanted the
kidneys of a dead infant into the
body of an Argentine teenager
ia a last-ditch effort to cure his a a-cute
cute a-cute nephritis.
A spokesman at the Costa Bue Bue-do
do Bue-do clinic, where the operation was
performed, reported late today
that the teenager -is ia "satisfac "satisfactory"
tory" "satisfactory" condition. His same was not
The youthful patient was eon eon-ceded
ceded eon-ceded no more than a fair chance
of survival. Kidney transplants
are t)icm ucrrsful uni the
eoncj is a t a ot tse recipient.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo.de
AJUHAtlA EL BATUBRO Parque Lefevre
j Miscellaneous ; Home Articles ;
, "TECHO" QUALITY Corrugated FOR SALE: 7-piece soUd ma
' Galvanized Sheets 36 BG Z'xV- hogany upholstered living room
Special Galvanised Finish $1.25 Phone 3-7063. r
- per Sheet. PAN AMERICAN J 7r. "
CONTRACTORS, INC. P.O. Sox FOR SALE Leaving for States.
4489. Pnone: Panama 3-547 1 r ,d "" h"f ,Br," ".d J-
3-6707, sir La Importadora $e- rM '0,i; f"d "'r 0;
leeta. Phone 2-1483. fkf' k,ltn". f :'-
- , i , in ; ,. ,. blinds 3 far $10 and 3 for $5;
. WE OFFER i C p p e r Water pott y chair $3; ,' ;..fir s bicyelavT
1 V Tubing 58", Type K. Tin Lead $15. 2-2695. w- .
Solder 4060 and 5050 Alloy, U'a'-ti'it"" ; 'j "'
r lb. and 5 lb. Spools. 1 lb. Bar,. .V T
Lead Caulking Wool, best for- kllnd' ,w'r 34i5,f,,wsaJI4,5'
plumbing. Lead Sheets. 18" and ood condmon. Call 2-3,254. t
'' l6ti" VeellL L"i ,."l9,t,,A,,!; FOR SALE: Entire Una of
L2" ;,aueo.r'a5? kJSS' household gbodii beds, dressers,
tm f ib" d"k' P'r'. children's
TORS, In,., P.O Box 4489, bikes, play m. and man, oth-.
, Phon. Panama 3-5471 or 3- lt,mi. S.o at 0-211 Ancoa.
70?- Phona 2-6317. , V y'
f LR 5AL!'"H'V' P,.n" .'.'S'i': FOR; SALE; Bendix automatic
I :;,he,V,!Mlt w,f" f'. Wlh washing machine, 60-cycle, good
thread linen line end gless troll- condition, $50, Quarry Heights
ing rod. Will trade for either a 82-5285. . , i
35m. m; camera or spinning out- A y
fit. Call Balboa 6367. i FOR SALE: Sofa, 2 chairs, ma-
' ' v hogany,- Q.M.. bad, chest, 9x12
"n f as fiber rug, draw rods..-2-1 698.j.'w
' DOOtS T MOtOrS FOR SALE: Free 'Westinghouse
"a mmmmmmm sewing machine, 25,or 60-cyde; h
FOR SALE.- Late model John-' JE waslrt inbha 25wh; x
sen 30-hp. outboard, excellent Army cot hand I- painted j tiles.
condition. Tel. Bslboa 2-3325. '"S XV'S't odd i
i chairs; Qtrs. 0422 A, Ancon.
t -4, Phone 2-4470.
r sis '" .' 't i.. -r 1 '' :.
Only For Menially
III, Expert Says
WASHINGTON. June 18 (UP)
A government medical expert
said today tne business executive
who uses tranquilizer pills to tide
mm over a crisis probably is the
type who otherwise would turn to
couple, of mid-day drinks.
Dr. Robert H. Felix, director of
tne National institutes of Mental
Health, made the-, statement in
cautioning ,' physicians against
prescribing tranquilizer puis tor
persons who are not mentally ill.
In, a copyrighted interview with
U.S: i'News; and World Report a
weekly news magazine,- Felix crit criticized
icized criticized the -widespread use of the
new drugs for the relief of ordi
nary tensions and anxieties. '
. "Anxiety witmn normal limns
is an essential part of normal per personality
sonality personality development,", he said, i
Although the ranquilizers are
not habrt-formine. ha said... ner-
sons i who -; take them regularly
during periods of emotional etress
may b ec o,m psychologically
For example, he said,, a busi
ness executive wno ocean oy
taking one pill a day probably
would be taking two puis witmn
six months. He suggested mat
such an executive, if he didn't
have tranquilizers, "would take a
couple of drinks or something else
in the. middle of the day just to
tide mmseu over me crisis.
"For the person who is not
mentaUy ill," Felix said, "I see
no reason for tranquilizers. I do
not think it's good."
Noting that about 30 per cent
of all prescriptions written now
contain some tranquilizers, ne
suggested that some physicians
UIIJ.UIA trc .nail, iu.k iuhvu
of this taking-the-edge-off life isn't
2 Vfruman Officials
To Serve OirAEC
WASHINGTON, June li (UP)
President Eisenhower today nomi
nated two former Truman admin
istration officials to serve on the
Atomic Energy Commission. They
are John S. Graham, si, ana John
F. Fwberf, 41.
rioberg. former assistant navy
secretary, will replace Thomas E.
Murray, who hat publicly dis
agreed many times with AtA.
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss. .He
was named for a five-year term.
Graham, former assistant
Treasury secretary, will fill the
unexDired term ot tne iste vr.
Floberg-describes" himself ss a
politieal independent and Graham,
is a Democrat. ;
Asked why Murray was not be being
ing being reappointed. White House
Press Secretary Jsmes C Hager-
ty said only: "His term expires
June 30. Hagerty gave the same
answer when asked if Eisenhower
was dissatisfied witn Murray,
Rep. Cart Durham (DrNC).
chairman of the joint congression congressional
al congressional Atomic nergy Committee, dis
closed last week that Eisenhower
planned to make the appoint-;
menu. He saw ne woum Lke to
see Murray: reappouueo out re-
i- a .-t- l. A W-1 .
were competent men and .would.
do a good job.
The appointments nost be
passed by the. Atomic committee
and by the Senate. They leave the
political lme-op wf the A EC un unchanged.
changed. unchanged. Murray is a Democrat
and Von Neumann is a political
Other m errors of the commit committee
tee committee are Dr. VuLUrd T. LiUy ir.t
Hired S. Vance.
- J n --J"'
la Osm Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOMV Justo
1 Street a) FARMACIA "SAS Via rorras 111 UVU)AUt ATHta oeiioc
FOR SALE:. ReTrif orator 9 Ui
ft.. Westinehome, 25-cycle, all
porcelain $125'.' 2 1 7-A Rodman,,
Phone Navy 3460 after 440
Young Guest Rabbi
Will Speak Tonight
Al Kol Shearilh
i.m 'Saturn, v
Rabbi Isaac Newman
A guest rabbi visiting here from
Cincinnaatti, Ohio, will speak to tonight
night tonight on the. subject of the "Life
of Jews Behind the Iron Curtain."
He is Rabbi Isaac Newman of
the Hebrew Union College in Ohio
who has been invited by the Con
gregation of the-1 Kol Shearith Is
rael to spend several weeks here.
Rabbi Newman will draw ma material
terial material for his talkr from first-hand
experience since he himself, was
an inmate of the infamous 'con
centration ,' camp: of -Auschwitz.
Last summer he revisited jnsny
of the camps in Poland, i ;
The young rabbi arrived in the
States in 1950, and since then has
become a naturalized U.S. citizen
and SDeaks fluent Enshsh.
He is now entering his senior
year at the Hebrew Union ol
lege. For several years be serv
ed as educational director of the
Community Hebrew School in Du
luth, Minnesota, and also did con congregational
gregational congregational work in Colorado
Springs and Burlington, Iowa. ;
Because of the wide interest ex
pressed in his subject tonight; the
lecture is open to the public. -It
is being held in the Commu
nity Hall of the Kol Shearith .Is
rael (near the .Panama uospitaij,
and will begin at a p.m. .--
Set For July 6
The Evergreen- Garden- Club
will hold a cocktail party at the
National -Distillery bohio oa .the
Trans-Isthmian Highway nJo-
by door prizes and other attrac-
isnuuuui our we
from Mrs. Margarita. Robinsom
chalnnan: Mrs. Flemmings, La
Boca: Mrs. Headley;-- Oamboa;
Mrs. Alexis and Mrs. Green, pa-1
raiso; and Mrs. Murray, Rio
v Melting Candy
- BIRMINGHAM. England. June
18 (UP) It was so hot here to
day the Cadeury Brothers
Chocolate firm had to send 1.-
employee home. The choco-
. v. .ifi. .. -. I
Baby Chick. ;
" WHTTI MALES
for sale Friday, Jane 21
S6.C5 PER HUNCHED
Aresemena Ave. and 33 St. PAKMAC1AJ
A .1 t
PANAMA 2.4616 IS THE
NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV SERVICE.
ICE. SERVICE. Call before 7 p.m. for same
dsy service. Local calls $2.50.
Also rsdio, hi-fi and general
NEWLY : COMMISSIONED ns
an Army : second lieutenant is
Wiiuam Randolph Derr, son of
Mr. and r Mrs. Eugene K. Derr
of Diablo- Heights. ODen" grad
tiated from The Citadel recent-
ly with .a degree, of Baohelor
of Science in commerce, Dur Dur-Ing
Ing Dur-Ing bis senior year he was ac active
tive active In intramural sports 'and.
the" varsity wrestling team,'
He also received Ijhe Purchase
ing Agents Association award
, for his paper on therpurchas
(ing profession iin a nationwide'
. h i . -. pompetitlon.
Vale t Every yhef e ;
As II. Caroliniaifs I
Prcr:re Fcr Drc:I.j
vw- ' m 4 ',! tor
LTLLINCTON, -N.C' June 18 -i
(UP)There was' water1..' water a
lot too much of it almost every everywhere
where everywhere today In this town of .1,061
nonulation.!-; .';t'i i.L-?.. i1. .r
- Water poured from spigots.
nesiaents aumoea it irom nam-
tubs, 'barrels, jugs, and pots and
For 36 hours preceding- the big
gush atarting it ''12:30 a.m. the
town's water supply was cut off
for a switch v from live old wells
to a new filter plant on the -Cape
Fear River." t
Mayor Casey S. : Fowler said
residents have saved up water in
their homes and most of them,
himself; included overdid it. 5
"People have stored it in every
thing they can get their hsnds
on," be said.- "I ve got three-gallon
lugs of water piled 1 all ever
You 'would be' .surprised at
how .little water you- actually use
When you start measuring every
drop of it it goes a long way." t
In addition, he .' said, people
were afraid -some mishap might
delay the new supply. Children
were sent for swims in the lake
in lieu of t Saturday night baths.
A numner of families cnose tne
weekend lot- vacation trips.
With-the new plant in opera-j
tion on schedule, most residents
sl&o kept water gushing from
spigots to flush .chemicals used
to clean the pipes. ,v
AMA Certificate 7
A certificate of appreciation
was givea by the American Me-
dicar Association 10 me meoicai
xhihif from the Canal Zone which
was shown at the recent annual
convention of the American Me Medical
dical Medical Association in New York, the
Health, Bureau has announced., j
The exhibit, which was the firrt
local presentation before the AMA
for a numben-of years was offi-
eiallv titled "IlistODlasmosis. as
seea oa the Isthmus of Panama."!
It was prepared by Dr. Rodolfol
Young, Chief of the Gergas Hos
pital Chest Service, and Dr. Fer-,
ruccio Bertoli, Chief of Aaatomic-I
al Pathology. -' rt
Dr. BertoH, who returned to the
Isthmus this week reported that'i
the exhibit was one of the 380
chosen out of 600 which applied for
soace. It was also one of the 60 to I
receive awards based on the qoali-1
ty of the exhibit.,
Approximste'.v 5 000 pTsjcians
; visum me canai xone exniDu au-i
ing the convention and a freat
'deal of interest was r-evd by j
the V! 'nrs, nirr of whom were!
( s-st : -t t i t ?rer. Dr. Berto-
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If you ;i, have anv trmthia m
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Solon Pledges Sweeping Probe
Of Shrinking US Buying Power
WASHINGTON. June I 18 fUPl
sen. Hary Uyrd (D-Va.j prom
ises a sweeping Senate investiga investigation
tion investigation into why- the purchasing pow
er oi tne dollar has declined to
49.8 cents compared with its 1940
vaiue. w ; , k
His promise came aV 'U. S
Chamber of Commerce 'officials
made a prediction which, if borne
shrinkage of -the dollar's buying
snnnxage ot tne aoiar s buying
Six Chamber officials and the
organization's chief economist, ap
praising tne -economic outlook at
a news conference Sundav. nre.
dieted that prices will continue to
cumo tor the remainder of i this
year although perhaps at a slow slower
er slower rate;. v-i-: sS 'vjfe
Byrd is : chairman of th Senate
Finance Committee r which will
make a comprehensive checkuD on
the state of the nation's economic
health at hearings beeinnine tod a v.
Secretary of th Treasury
George M.: Humphrey will be the
first witness. '.
II will be the first Investiflatlon
f it type since tha Alrlch In- -qulry
of 1908 wrdch laid the
groundwork for numerous finan financial
cial financial reforms," i t f.
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Byrd, said the new investigation
will .cover -'just ..abouL everything f
in the way of monetary questions,
both private and public."-
But he aaid it will concentrate
first on "the inflation that has oc occurred
curred occurred synee, 1940." -Inflation, he
said, has led to a 49.8-cent dollar,
compared with, the ,1940 dollar.
; Furthermore,' he said, there has
been "a loss of two cents in the
purchasing power,' of. the dollar in
the past year, or 4 per cent of its
50-cent value." ,
The inquiry also concentrate
on. current high- interest rates,
Byrd said in .a television, inter
view, v f
Senate 'Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson told newsmen tha
administration's bard money poli policy
cy policy ; a policy of 'forcing interest
rates up as an anti-inflationarv
move has imposed an increasing
hardship, on,, businessmen,' farmers
and all taxpayers, He said Con Congress
gress Congress will "have .to? devote consi considerable
derable considerable attention: to the problem;
Johns6n said high interest "low "lowers
ers "lowers the' value of Ihe dollar for
those' who spend' "and,, raise I ; the
value of the dollar for those who
lend on a large scale,, and it hits
the taxpayer with a heavy penal
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brain condition that caused complete paralyni, Toy, e nvo-onth-old
Pekingese, Is learning to walk a tin in this special
hammock rigged bJ a St Joseph, Mo veterinarian. The special
rig allows Toy to use his muscles. Thanks to the hammock, rue rue-dawns
dawns rue-dawns and medical attention, the pet is expected to lead
normal dog's life eventually. ; ..
"When t was ft boy I was nuts about baseball, HelenI
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PANAMA, R. F., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1957
iv.ciy. nuuub huci up i f o uearn, uisasreri
Unpretentious Sailboat Tied Up At Cristobal
Mav Prove Revolutionary In Sea Rescue Field
i unnrot.niiniK taiihnat tinH.would have been jwamped by the
do tt the Cristobal Yacht Club may heavy tide, he lays but. seeina all
revolutionize tne SMDDinz inausiry. mose uuk 4su., nn
rr .r Uast thiit nhasA of it deal- claims:
ine with shins that rescue surviv-l "Thafs when I said to myself
ors at sea do your tu, l know you
, The JDana Rescuer" a little
craft with big ideas, has only one
aim to give a maximum ol safe safety
ty safety to shipwrecked survivors,
r Built like a surface-going sub,
the 22-foot sailboat is made entire entirely
ly entirely of steel, the only one if its- kind
u It is this solid construction, ac according
cording according to Capt Walther West West-fiorg,
fiorg, West-fiorg, that will be responsible for
saving more lives.
. ;Whn disaster strikes, he says,
shipmates are usually caught In
.their nightclothes (or s it seems
to him), and the ordinary wood wooden
en wooden lifeboat offers very little stab
tility. If in acMition mey are
- thrown into a cold, rough sea,
Jl'What chance de they have to
survive?" asks1 Westborg.
iThe 39-year-old 'Westborg points
flit that survivors of the iU-fat-d
Andrea Oorea would have been
tAuch -better off if their lifeboats
can." And tne Rescuer came
through without a mark
Crossing the Atlantic was a nov
el experience to the' Dane because
it was on that he became the per
feet farmer. Since the only read
ing matter he had on hand was
"Country Lile." a British larm
publication, he became an ex
pert on how to bred pigs, and
prune apple trees.
"The tunny thing is, l hate ail
that stuff. he says with a chuck
le. His father had a garden, and
he ran away from home mainly
because he didn't want to work in
'I guess he won't belive me
if I tell him. I've really had it
Besides learning the intricacies
of farm life, Westborg says he
kept 'banker s hours." .betting us
automatic pilot do all the work,
he says he did a total of six hours
of hand steering for the enure 3,
000-mile trip across the ocean.
"Sometimes I d get up at nine,
had been built along the lines of even check the compass and then
his experimental craft.
.Safety is assured, because pas
sengers in the steel boat can oe
completely covered, snug and
warm, inside while .waiting to be
The sandy haired skipper who
went to sea at 14 after having spent
his early childhood flitting from
, one lighthouse to another (his fathr
tt still runs one' in Denmark) says
tgat if his trip is successful, a fac factory
tory factory is all set to start an asemb-ly-Iine
production of this new type
" So far on i. voyage, which
started on July 14 of last year
when M set tail from Esbjerg,
Denmark the Dana Rescuer has
had ample opportunity to
Sailing against a full storm with
visibility low of Ushant, aear the
French coast, Westborg recalls
that his "boat came through with
flying colors. Any normal lifeboat
Too often the guy who minks
he's big wheel wouM be right If.
ha left oH the "w
cook myself a leisurely meal of
canned foods, and read for hours,
What a life!"
Despite the fact that he has
been enjoying his around-the-world
jaunt, he'd be loatne to recom recommend,
mend, recommend, it to any young man.
'Ut would be like telling him to
trv suicide." he savs. WeitborC
been enjoying bis around-the-world
er man without experience, nui
he has 25 years at sea oemno him.
"A trip like this," says the spir spirited
ited spirited skipper "can make or break
a man. It certainly changes you.
"You're able to realize who much,
or how little you can do for your
self Actually, you can Judge your
self better after it."
Because he is trying to make
tha trin nnrfpr trim lifibnat rnndi-
prove;tinn. Weithors has limited him
self to drinking water. At St. Thorn
as he found he still had two thirds
of his water intact. The ship car'
nea 36 gallons of water. He figur
es he can drift close to six months
without replenishing his supply by
rationing himself to 12 gallons for
After a complete paint job here.
he'll head for Los Angeles, follow
ing the coast across to Hawaii,
Philippines, later. Suez, and then
A man with a purpose, Westborg
shuns people who go on trips just
to see their names in the paper.
The man mast be secondary to
the reason for the trip, he main
"If I can only ) one little thing
t make rendition safer at tee,
I'll feel my ekt has been e success."
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LONE SKIPPER Walther Westborg of Denmark rests on his
steel lifeboat "Dana Rescuer" which will get & complete Daint
Job while at the Cristobal Yacht Club. Westborg is 1 on
rouna-me-worid trip to prove the aafety of h steel craft.
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Carlos Van Hoorde Is New Manager
Of Balboa Express Travel Agency
The Balboa Express travel
agency came under new man
agement today in the person of
Carlos Van Hoorde, with Alberto
Peres as assistant manager.
Both Van Hoorde and Perez
said today they would be at the
service of their friends and the
general public In their office at
No. 1 Via Espafta (Casino). Both
men have 11 years of experience
in the air travel business and
have indicated that they have
organized a fast, efficient serv-
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documents, reservations and ho hotel
tel hotel accommodations In any part
of the world. i .;.,.
They also added that Balboa
Express can also provide the
"fly-now, pay-later" plan and Is
also a member of Cuentas Co
merclales. Every success la pre
dicted for the new managers of
Violence In Cuba
Takes Weekend Toll
01 1 Dead, 3 Hurt
CHICAGO. June W'-CUP) A
searing neat wave, the first of
tne season, and new floods teamed
up in a combination of death and
disaster yesterday, .
More than 110 persons had been
killed by the weather or trying
to escape it smc the start pi the
nWMUU..i'..i::. l.i'n 'v I' I I . 'SJ
- Thero was tw letup In sight
from either the Mat in the na nation's
tion's nation's Eastern third er floods in
Temperatures jumped back in
fo the 90 a and humidity read readings
ings readings rote from the Mississippi
River t the Atlantic seaboard.
New floods rolled through Kan
sas, Nebraskay Mennesota, South
Dakota and Iowa. The southern
portion of Hays, Kant., was r r-dered
dered r-dered evaluated when dike
rpotecting tho city from Sig
Creek collapsed. Four bodies
wore found in Minnesota South
Dakota f loodwatert.
' '.Threat Of Tornadoes 1
The threat of tornadoes was
added to the ominous weather
map. Warnings of violent storms
and possible twisters were issued
for parts of six states Michigan,
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Mis
souri ana nansas.
A United Press count showed
at least 84 deaths by drownings
since Americans started trying to
dodge the heat by going swimming
this weekend. There were Jl in
nine Southern states, 11 in New
England, 10 in Ohio, six each in
New York, Indiana, j Michigan,
Wisconsin and Illinois, and two in
At least 19 persons more
drowned in the disattrous floods
which swirled around St.. leuis
There were threo flood deaths
in South Dakota and one each
in Minnesota, Iowa and Nebras
ka. : A golfer, died of the heat
near Albany, N. Y., and throe
golfers were killed by lighting
near1 Scranton, Pa. J Tho overall
- weather death toll stood at 12.
' The heat afflicting the East was
sticky and miserable, due to the
high humidity. Office workers and
school children got days voff or
shortened hours ; because of it.
Thousands of city dellers planned
to sleep in parks, porches or fire
escapes in- an attempt to escape
By early afternoon, a record
high for the date had already been
set at. Buffalo, N. Y.. with 91 de
grees. It was S3 In Chicago, four
degrees shy of a record. and in
the M's in most other heat wave
areas. 'On the West Coast, the
temperature reached 98 in Los
Torrinston. Conn..' public schools
were dismissed because of ;the
Power Shorts In New York City
As Heat Wave Overloads Wires
Tells Macabre Tale
Of Drunk Operation
, fi i t j
A man who faced the Balboa
Magistrate today had a macabre
taie to teu as to why he was
driving a Panama official vehi vehicle
cle vehicle while intoxicated.
- Marclano Semis. 49. Panama
nian, pleaded s guilty to the
charge. His conduct resulted fin
an accident, in which andther
vehicle was damaged on Tivoli
Avenue- kt 2 :20 p.m.; yesterday.
; Semis', job is that of driver for
the "dead wacon" for the muni
cipality of Panama City. His du-'
ties include oicklne un from
hospitals, morgues and other lo
call ties tho unclaimed corpses of
tnose wnose relatives; are' top
Door to. 43a v for a funoral. These
are then taken out of town to a
potter s neld" to be disposed of.
Yesterday. Semis said, he and
his two helpers had three bodies
to handle. ...''
The edor-wat sickening, he
said, that when the wtifc waa.fin waa.fin-ithad.1
ithad.1 waa.fin-ithad.1 ko and his fwe auiataata
to town and gulped down three
drinks of rum.
Judse John E. Demine fined
Semis $100 and eave him a. 10-
day Jail term, suspended-
. j ne suspension was on the
condition : that Semis pay. or
have the owner of the vehicle
pay, for the damage to the other
car, and that he was not found
guilty of other lawbreaking.- He
was put on probation for si year.
NEW YORK., June IS tUP)
The heat wave caused a power
shortage today in the nation's big
gest city- 1
As the thermometer pushed to
ward the all-time June 17 record
of 92.4 degrees. New York's vast
network of electric wires became
overloaded from the drain of air
conditioners,; electric fans and
stepped up refrigerators.
, A similar overbad caused a
power shortage in Chicago. Neigh Neighboring
boring Neighboring cities-in Illinois and Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin "loaned" Chicago 120,000
kilowatts to replenish the supply.
i But New York had no place to
turn to "bororw" power., because
the., upstate facilities that usually
are available in a crisis were be
ing hard pressed by their own
Consumers in the exclusive Riv River
er River dale section of, the Bronx and
Parkchester were without elec electricity
tricity electricity for 40 minutes this morn
ing because of overloads here. Al
so without power were homes and r
apartments- in East 1 New York,
Brownsvile, Flatbush, Vanderver
rarx ana uanarsie, in Brooklyn.
- The Consolidated Edison urged
consumers to cut use of electric
appliances to the barest minimum
The ; heat also locked a draw
bridge over a stream in Queens
for 45 minutes, knocking out sub subway
way subway service to Rockaway during
' To conserve electricity, Rocke-
ieuer center, one oi the city's bis-
gest consumers, shut down all of
its 18 escalators and put one- ele
vator in every elevator bank out
Canal Zone Youth
Becomes Priori vv
heat and all New Jersey state m-r
ployes were ordered to go homg
at 2 p.m. because it was too hot
About 250 ovtr-heated turkeys
keeled over an died at a farm I
near Circloville, Ohio.
- The stultifying heat clashed with
cool Western air over the Great
Plains and touched off flooding
rains. i '
Kansas' Big Creek went on n
rampage which theatened to rival
a 1951 flood which took six lives
at Hays. About one third of 1 the
town of 9,000 persons was under
water which; was rising- as it
poured through the smashed dikes
Red Ross ; workers prepared to
house from 200 to $00 flood refu
gee? at Hays : Monday nights. fj
. f Jot
.This weather report for tho
nours ending a a.m. today,
it : pioprad by tho Motoarolo-
gical and Hydrographie Branch
of tne ranamn canal Company:
TEMPERATURE:- , J.
RAIN (Inches) .05
(nner harbors) t 84
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9
8:23 a.m. -.
' Leonard Cecil" Whalte." 20
Panamanian,' was sent to Jail
today lor 15 days for vagrancy.
He was picked up In Balboa
near tne ooetnais monument
He was sentenced 1q Balboa
magistrate's Court. :
; William Franklin Chamber.
lain, 21, an American soldier,
was iinea js ror a failure to no no-tit
tit no-tit i the license office of the
sale of his motorcycle.
Ernesto Enrique Argot. 50.
Panamanian, was given si sus
pended sentence for Impeding
traffic while passing on the left
10,000 Pay To Vatch Re-enactment
Of Pilgrims Landing From Mayflower
(UP) -i The drawing power of
the Mayflower II during only
five days in the U.S. Indicates
she may be a real money maker
for the American tourist Indus Industry,
try, Industry, sponsors of tha ship said
today.- - : v ...
Thousands of persons came to
this Pilgrim-established com
munity to look free of charge at!
Britain's gift to the U.S. over
and its 54-day Atlantic cross crossing.
ing. crossing. Part of the 24 per cent
will be rnsed to establish
trust to anahttftln the ship and
part to set ap ctehanre schol.
arthlpa for British and Amer
ican students. k n i
What is left will go for salar-l
les and other expenses. Tha ves vessel's
sel's vessel's sponsors said they would
make no personal profits i from
the enterprise, however, and they
SANTIAGO, Cuba. June lS.the weekend. More than 30,000. denied, charges of commercial!'
Rev. BRUCE QUINN
A former resident of rrtntohil.
Rev. Bruce A. Quinn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur A. Quinn, will
be ordained a priest on June "22
at aacrea Heart Church. Yonk-
He will celebrate his first
mass On June 29 at 8ts. Cyril and
Methodius Church In Dear Park,
ung isiana, n.Y.
rather Quinn studied at St.
Mary's Academy in Colon before
he went to the States, In 1941.
He entered the Capuchin-Fran
ciscan Order in 1949 in Hunting Huntington,
ton, Huntington, Indiana.. From there he
went to the Capuchin Seminary
is Garrison, N Y, where he took
bis philosophical and theologi
cal courses..." .i
Father Qulnn's father was an
employe of the government in
the Canal, Zone ior about -15
years. His grandfather was the
late Comdr. Thomas. J. Doran.
(UP) Political violence in re-1 came on Sunday alone. satlon and of failure to ; meet. an old-timer on the Canal, who
volt-ridden Cuba took a weekend' But at least S million persons bills In Britain. All outstanding .worked for SO years in the ac-
toll of at. least pne person dead
ana tnree wounded. Two of ft
clals here survived assassination
- Three Americana were killed
and four injured near Santiago
in a tragle highway accident
Sidney A. Jensen. 44. his 40-
year-old wife and their 14-year-l
oia daugbter, RenaU. were kill
ed when the car in which they
were traveling to Manzanlllo col collided
lided collided with ft bus. :
: f .-
The Jensens' 12-year-old son
Michael was Injured la the
crash, as rere Mr. and .Mrs.
Melvlq Petty Mrs. Jensen's sis sister
ter sister and brother-in-law and J-
P. P-rosvard, travelers to a sec second
ond second car, - x
The adults amonr the seven
Americans were employed by the
Texas Co, which is building an
ou misery near sanuago.
The one known death by poll
Ucal violence occurred in the
proTlncial capital of Camaguey
where a know political foe of
President Fulgencto.3atlsta was
found shot "under mysterious
In Santiago, would-be assas-
sls tried to kiQ Mayor Maximl-
no Torres and Dr. Norberto Ma-
chlran, director of the Satumino
Txra HopitaL Torres was un
ion, but VUchiran was hoypW
talized with serious injuries.
are expected to pay up to 90,blllswlll be paid as soon as ac-jtual dredging of the "Big
cents eacn ror a glimpse of ner countante tmish going over the Ditcn.- He is also the nephew of
during the five months she is! books, officials said.
tied up In New York.
' The British sponsors of the
92-foot replica of the original
Pilgrim vessel, which arrived
here Thursday, said they will
make ne personal ( profit from
tne snip, bui tne men spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the Teasel's visit to New
York made ne secret of the
fact they hope it will bring
added prosperity to their va-
lions tourist enterprises.
' The Mayflower will be tied up
at s Hudson River day line pier
on the Hudson River and 41st
street from July 1 'through No November.
vember. November. Rates will be .40 cents
for children and 90 cents for
Soeclai rates will be riven for
visits to the Mayflower by
groups of 10 or more. : j
Come 500.000 brochures nave
been sent throughout the coun country
try country to attract more tourists to
New York by advertising that
the Mayflower will be here.
Mayflower Ltd- a New York
firm organized to
A movie was made of the voy
age and will be distributed la
theaters with the proceeds to go
to ine British sponsoring organ organization.
ization. organization. Charlton said.
In addition, the ship Ireeght
92 "tre&nre chests" vaJaed at
, 20,ef for shipment to rariows
American merchants. The ear
go was brought te repay Brit British
ish British Industries for their finan financial
cial financial baeking ta eoauitnictloti
and maiden voyage of the
About 10,000 persons paid : 82
each to watch the ship and
crew re-enact the original Pil
grim landing here Thursday.
That went to defray ft $10,000
Rev. Patrick J. Doran. CM, a
former missionary to Bocae del
Tord, and James R. Doran - of
Diablo Heights, CZ. ,
'Father Quinn will remember
au jus'ipenas ana relatives in
the canal Zone in bis first mass,
and will pray that God will give
abundant blessings to all on the
Two Arcbs Killed
Dy UII Solders
Al Isreel Bordsr
loan, for construction of grand-!
stands and other facilities, and' GAZA, Jane 18 (UP) United
for other expends. I Nations troops shot and killed
Admission will not be charged! two Arabs yesterday near the
again until next Saturday, when Zgyptiaa Israeli demarcation
Vice President Richard M. Nix-j line, the United Nation Emer Emer-on
on Emer-on attends a Plymouth Rock'geney Forces headquarters an an-ceremony.
ceremony. an-ceremony. City officials hope to nounced today,
take In 830,000 to cover all ex- The annooncemeat said a four
peases to date. The ship's rpoe- man patrol of the Danish-Nor-
handle the'sors will get none of this money 'wegisa battalion challenged a
showing there, win keen 0 per officials said. group of six Arabs moving In the
cent of its share from both thef- After the Mayflower has been direction of the border,
visits. Any profits left over after! displayed here, she will be an- The Arabs converged oa the
the S300.0O0 basic exoene is psid chored permanently off PU- ooidiers an t h r e w nlv
will be divided among the spon-'mooth plantation here, where a whereupon tho patrol opened
Tie ether 29 per cent wffl ge
to pr)et Mayflower Ltd. the
BntUsi eeneers that ronr
ed the eonstrectioa of ths sblp see Vr.t vessel here.
million dolJarTepUca of Use first fire kiting two Arabs. A third
Pilgrim village is being com- was taken Info custody,
pleted. A fee probably will be rm-ed Nations r-Utary cb cb-ehart'd
ehart'd cb-ehart'd to visitors mho com to rrers are c""" "e a lnves-
tf s'.;-3 t!-t UN r'r ;t said.
Last Day1 J5 .40
Show.' 1:00 2:35 4:40
6:50 9:05 p.m.
' ANITA EKBERGr
MICHAEL WILDING ta
,In Cinemascope bolorf
' THRILLS GALORE!
will soar to
this adven adventurous
turous adventurous love
that sweeps from
the heights of
Mt. Olympus to
the depths of the