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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TOUHiST FLITES
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.-HOMEWARD and
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THE MARVELOUS
CARIOCA CAPITAL
CANADIAN
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Let the people know the truth and the country Is $fey Abraham Lincoln.
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' ' tI Panama 2-0975 Colon 779 797
Mnd TEAS
PANAMA, B. P., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1957 'i.

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3 Marine Sergeqnfs
Get 60 Days; $200
Fn2 Tor Taxi Dido

a -A Thrbo Marine sergeants- who
pleaded guilty today of battery on
a tavi-dnver. and al") to having
: toVn hi ah for. tern oorarjr use
a without permission will spend the
next tu oays in
- sgts. Cecil Dennen Horn, 21; Eu
" eenn Albert Hamel, ; 33, and Ed-
iward Joseph Matalvage,' 21, were
also fine ?200 pach.' au are Amer
-leans. ; -,.'
p- ,'
A charg of robbery had baan
y fiUd In B I b a Magiatrat'
- Court aftar th thro wor pick pick-,
, pick-, od vp by Canaf -Zono p o I i c t.
" Tntp war caught a short dia
tanca from whor taxi drivar
' Fabio Cacaro Rodrigutx raport raport-'
' raport-' od ho had boan grabbod r nd
hold by tha Marinas who took.
Caceres worked out of their
s grasp and fled to the Cocoii ciud ciud-house.
house. ciud-house. From there he telephoned
the police- The incident occurred
on Sruja Road: near St. There There-.
. There-. sa'S., Catholic, Church about 1:55
; a.m. Saturday as the service
men were en route' home 1 r o m
. Prob:libn Vioblor i
C:Ij Oil Lishlly; : :
, XlitiMl Warning
' Arobatloner who lacks three
months to go before hia five-
:. year period of probation Is o o-ver,
ver, o-ver, was severely admonished
yesterday In th Cristobal Divl-.
; aion of the U.8. District Court
and an additional condition was
. added on to the terms of ; his
probation.' v
- Defendant In the cn
year-old Simeon .Hind
V.pf n ronvlctert o v
e was 36J
who has
r-3 th.id
Vi..iaUon this -i-ar.
The Faiuimanian bus driver
knocked down two pillars from
under a house In Rainbow City
in January, demolishing his
vehicle and requiring the ser services
vices services of an emergency squad,
v The next month he was lined
for failing to stop ms pus
.rlu In a hus KtOD. ..-'
, The third -violation Involved
his taking f on 20 passengers
' when imaximum capacity of his
bus was 16 V
., Originally, Hinds nad oeen
convicted of grand. larceny on
Sept. 14, 1952, at which time
. w riven two-rear sen-

- i- tenee suspended fot. a period
4 of five .years,' on condition
thai h did not jioUU any
'''-law. f!..--tl'".i:-,iJ-.'.
That im wilT.be UD this

Rent. 14. but because of his
three convictions this year, he
' wa. railed hefore JudKC Quthne
F. Crowe for a hearing on his
order of probation. ,
Raid Assistant District Attor
ney Morton Thomson; "He has
a good, work record up to this
" year. I find tnysejf with the
unpleasant duty of recommend-
jng revocation, oi prooauon
'cause of hlr numerous viola'

in warning Hinds that he had
' no business violating motor
' vehicle laws,th' Judge added
'"that he had admonished the
Drobationer before. This time.

he said, he would add a- stipu
la Hon tn the terms of the proba'

- tion so that .Hinds does not
' drive a bus in the Canal Zone
until his probation Is up in Sep Sep-.
. Sep-. tember. The .defendant thanked
the Judge and hurriedly left

the 'court. L' c
ll-Yc-r-OIJ Ld
YD Thrc:l Center
D!:j Al His Heme
Kicardo Barchard. an .11 -year-old
American Ud who lived with
his mother in fanama, cueu at
feu home this moraing..
Thousli Bicardo had been n-'
der treatment at Gorgas Hospital
inr tonic months for a mancnan-
cy of tha throat, hospital authori
ties allowed him to go Dome tor
bnei visit wita nis laraii.
H awakened at nome uu
morning and talked, witb those w
the toehold, but sudoenly be-
came iU and died before he could
be rushed back to Gorgas.
EirardT was the son of Mrs, If
menta so o Barchard ot Pana
ma, rJ late Waldcrmar Bar-
rSard of Los ADgelcs
CZ Drunk Driver
Pcys S1CQ Fine
Tot cVivirg on Maddea Road
v. i--t-.i, rated at 10 05 a m
' F'rif Caylon Warren.
". in A -ct csn trw, with the
sw, sc f d !" in P-a'boa
-ft s CvAirl v. mornjig.

the Good Neighbor1 Bar after an

evening of drinking m ranarnsi '-
They abandoned the taxi a -1948
Dodee a short distance away,
and were1 Still in Cocoli trying to
get to their station on foot when
police touna mem.
' -At the request of the defendants,
their hearing set for M on d a y
was continued until this morning
'After a half-hour's postponement
this morning. Assistant, District
Attorney l Morton Thomson mov moved
ed moved to dismiss the robbery charge,
He informed Magistrate John- E.
Deming that he wished jto substi substitute
tute substitute two misdemeanor thargea a
gainst each defendant. , ; i
The three Marines and their
attorney, David Robles, said they
had no objection.
Tha baHary charge and th
charges of taking tha vehicle
without pormitsion for tempore-
Xum wor than lodged against
trio. All nloadod guilty.,,
Thomson 'told the' court of the
ride over the bridge from the Pa.
nam har and stated that the Ma
fines' olan ooarently was to-ob-
tain a free ride. As the ab pass
ed the VFW building,.: Thomson
aaid-.v Set.' Horn .feigned ,i illness
and asked Caceres to (top the
cab. ,'-."
Horn then went around to the
other side of the jvehicte and made
Caceres move over out oi vne
driver's seat. At the same trme
one of the others took"i an ("arm
Wk" around Caseres' eck and
tnld him to keen' o u i 1 1 so he
wouldn't eet hurt. As Horn was
nrnarmir to drive off the Other
man relaxed; his grip of 'Caceres
a sturdy man, apparently in ois
is. Caseres broke away fnd no
tified police. ."
Thomson said poiteo raponoa
that whon th Marinas walked
out of Cocoli and war caught
a i' ft t:,! lr It ct
. (Contkiued en far 10)
1 1. I vhi-l
iGI.cn Jhrc3 Yc:r$
jln Gziribca Pen
An unemployed Panamanian
who has spent more time in Jail
than out, yesterday was aeni. w
the Gamboa Penitentiary to
Jsem E total of three years at
hard" labor: as a result oi two
petty thefts Involving bowling
shoes and two flashlights.
Vernal N. Watson, the short
defendant, pleaded guilty 'to
three -charges filed in Cristobal
Division f the TUB.-.; District
Court. Two Involved petit lar larceny
ceny larceny after a' previous peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary conviction, and the third
was ihat of returning to the' Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone after deportation. -Records
show that Watt had
kon ralM1 from th peaitmHary ;
a April 12, W7 attr wrvin- a
ar a burglary conkioii. in in-actly
actly in-actly wk bw eommim
th tw thaftt which landtd him
back t th ; t t
According to AsslsUnt District
Attorney Morton Thomson. Wat Watson
son Watson stole the bowling shoes from
a car parked underneath quar quarters
ters quarters in Coco Solo. He took the
flashlights from a neighboring
house. -iv"-'------'--
Thomson, who recommended
lg months for each of the petit
larceny charges and a one-year
term for returning to the Canal
Zone,-pointed out that the-28-year-old
defendant had a long
list of convictions on both sides
of the border. r
In. fixing the sentence. Judge
Guthrie F. Crowe told Watson
that even though it might seem
like a Ions penalty for stealing
small Items. It was based on the
defendant's long history of theft.
"Th h way t k y f r
Malme." said th Mt. t
pat yM awMplac wkr fN caa't
4m It. I 4o't kw t ywi'r try trying
ing trying t aak t W W,'r H
vm'v mr tkMfht abrat it, but
-Watson told the Judge he
would like to learn carpentry
work, whereupon Crowe said he
wonkl recommend that to the
'nnitre However, ne cautioner
th. defendant that he would
tn w-h.a himself there.
.. 0 go there he said,
fa h&ndt of pQ.
.,." .....
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'Love Hits Snag
MILWAUKEE, une 19 (UP)
The wedding plana of George Men
ard, 40, and Dorothy Crisei, 41, hit
a snag when their best man show showed
ed showed up in the right building but in
the wron? room. -Judze
Thaddeus Pmss perform
ed the ceremony in his chambers
LWsy after be had the best man.
Ernest Hulbert, retrieved from the
wrnnr room a rell mhere be
wis biEg held for parole violation,

Four Adoption Seekers Hear
Happy Words In Zone Court

To an assorted group of adults and children gathered
in the Cristobal Division of the U. S. District Court two of
the sweetest words they heard throughout the morning ses session
sion session jesterday were "adoption approved."
v V One case heard involved two generations of adoptions.
A pregnant young wife and her 20-year-old Marine husband
' came to court so that her little boy by a previous marriage'
? could be adopted. Since the father was legally under age,
; his -rommandinr officer appeared with him. The young
mother also appeared -with her father, who in turn had
- adopted her when she was a youngster.
. -a As the happy words were spoken, the couple turned and
beamed at each other and marched gaily out with their lit':
tie tow-headed son. - v v i,
In another case; two pretty little girls, one dark-hatred,
and tne other with blonde curls, appeared before Judge Guth Guth-a
a Guth-a rie F-Crowe all dressed up in white confirmation dresses.
Each child had a different father who had abandoned their
: mother. Now, a third husband was seekmr custody of the
little alrls. ..
' Ths children listened earnestly to the proceedings. At -V
one time, the smaller of the two half-sisters clutched 1er
new, father's hand. lie, in turn, looked down and smiled at
her. Soon all three -trooped off to join: the mother and.
bring- glat tidings of the adoption; ,., i v
. . One woman told the Judge she and her husbanrf wished
to adopt her dead sister's three daughters. A childless, cou-
' pie," she said they would be happy to support; the three
girls and consider them theirs. L -, V'
.The youngest child to be adopted yesterday was A mis-
chevious blond baby of about 18 months. He tept chatter-
in lhrourhoiit th nrnneeHinr an1 mhmA f.AM Mha 4

'. n n r r

iw mwuuj bv,,iw .Hues viviv fcjuo-i.ai8 wm uispusra Oi.
"Down, me down," Tie kept saying, until the tot was finally
q, permitted to stand on the floor peeking up at the Judge oh
the bench, and gnawing unconcernedly on one of the wood wood-en
en wood-en rails , ',7, ,. .

CZ ICids Flock

For Rohnn" Plr."

Thousands of Canal Zone School
children are returning to f school
this week but not to study, They
are laaing 'pan in me extensive
sports "and playground f program
now being offered, d h r-i n g the
summer vacation months, by the
Division of School at the various
piavgrounds and gymnasiums.
Witn a : sport or an activity- to
suit every student., the gymna
siums and swimming pools in the
various tanai zone communities
have listed a daily program which
will' keep vacationing school chil children
dren children busy from o'clock in the
morning until 5 o'clock. in .the- aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon nearly every week-day.
; Th aetlviti bing ffrd In.
clud such sports as swimming,
batktball, archery, badminton,
nd writling, and etbar Sctivi Sctivi-ti
ti Sctivi-ti auch a ping-pong, volly volly-.ball,
.ball, volly-.ball, chckrs ..a nd tumbling.
Smaller children will hav su su-prvisd
prvisd su-prvisd play, stery hours,; and
quiat gams.' ';''"'' -:
The swimming' program', 'always
a feature of the summer play playground
ground playground plans, will start Monday
at the Btlboa, Gamboa and Gat Gat-un
un Gat-un swimming-pools. Classes as u u-sual
sual u-sual will be held for beginners,
intermediate' and advanced swim swimmers
mers swimmers in addition to such special
classes as competitive swimming,
synchronized swimming, junior
and.. senior life saving and adult,
At tha Balboa Pool. studentsi
hav been asked to register any
afternoon, this week for the Vari Various
ous Various classes. They must be prepar
ed to demonstrate tneir acuities
at, this, time and will be assigned
to their appropriate claaj by
swimming instructor, juxat
Barry.-.-r-'.-.'-i" ; ..''"j
'A the classes -are now;-lined
up. beginning, intermediate,,, and
swimmers classes will be held
iwice wrc"t JT. .
each Tuesday-and Thursday at 9
a m.; synchronizea swimming wr
eirls, between the Sges of and
18 years, Monday and Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.; ad-
i-nr I Aiterin t underneath tlie
r-nnrrh of Christ Building in Bal
boa: an American soldier. Koose-
vfit UfCamck. was tinea 10 in
Balboa Magistrate's Court today.
i.lnd Washinrton Campbell. 32,'

;v':Jhe:''m
"Judge's Bench

Panamanian, was fined $15 for,fnd Thursday nights for adults

Starting HIS DU ueioro ucn mu-
ment could be made with safety.
Norman Adolphus Peart. 20, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, was fined 510 for hav-
u AMntnr'c lirence rlu !t5
UIK IHP -. I
Kenneth Ry McDonald. 30, Pa
namanian, paid a HO fine for Bv
Uig ne operator's license.
Jose Antonio Aivaraao. o,

vadorean, paid $15 for having ftdipen from 8 a m. to 12 noon. -d
to contro' the speed cf hia bus! No fees will be charged for reg regit
it regit tle Diab!o Road ii'.ersection istration in any spost ec recrea-

wilk JRooseveit Koad,

" .vau .vu m. w

Back To School
vanced swimming' and. lifesavlng
Monaay and Wednesdays from B
to 10 a.m.; and competitive swim
mmg classes instructed by Bob
connor Mondays throum Fridays
from 2 to 4 p.m. ;- , '4
Activities at the Gamboa .: slid
Gatun pools also will i n e 1 n d e
swimming lessons and Swimming
workouts. At Gamboa, Junion Life
Saving will be taught by Bob Con Connor
nor Connor each Monday. Wednesday, and
rnaay morning, wniie a swim-;
ming work-out will he held every
week-day at 10'a.ra.
) Margarita children will lrn
beginning and lntrmdiat
swimming from 9:30 to 11 a.m. a.m.-at
at a.m.-at th Gatun pool. Bob, Connor
will taach compotitiv swim
ming Tuesday and Thursdays
and other claases will b held
thr during th wk for th
children In th Gatun ara.',.
In addition to swimming, a pro program
gram program of playground and sports ac activities
tivities activities will be offered at each of
the gymnasiums and playgrounds
as follows: i
At Balboa and Diablo Gymna
siums activities wiii begin at n
a.m. and continue until -5 p.m.
Mondays through Fridays with an
hour break for lunch. During that
time, there will be basketball,
arherv ttimHlintf riinff n A wt
- j r ,--"
weight lifting and supervised play.
' At Ancon, Playground the sched schedule
ule schedule will start at 8:30 a.m. and
continue until -4 p.mr Monday
through Friday with such activi activities
ties activities as basketball, Softball, volleyball,-
shuffleboard and supervised
olav. " -
At Gamboa; morning activities
will include basketball, archery,
kickbalL tumbling, and swimming.'
During the afternoon there will
be volley bajl and supervised play.
The program will begin at' 8 a.m.
and continue to 4 p.m. with' an
hour i or lunch.. The adults will
get a break Monday nights with
badminton and volleyball games
scheduled from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Teenage : night is scheduled for'
Thursday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
with the pool remaining open that
night from 7 te 9 o'clock.
Th Margarita Gymnasium' al alto
to alto will hav full acHadul
from I a.m. until S p.m. frm
Monday through Friday. AcHvi-
tie will include archry, touch
football, tumbling, bsktbuV
and )nit games in th Iwr
part f th gymnasium far th
younger chiHron. Wdnsdy
morning will be dvtd t in-tr-playgrurd
gam.
The gymnasium also will be e-
- n Mnnda Tierla'. Wednedav
who wish to plav bssketbaU, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, and volleyball. From 9
a.m. to 12 noon each "Saturday,
there .will be supervised play.
The Cristobal Gymnasium wm
be ooen from 8 a m. te S p.m.
Mondays through Fridays. Activi Activities
ties Activities will mclude archery, badmin badminton,
ton, badminton, basketball, ping-ping, kick
ba'l and supervised play. On Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, the gymnasium will be.o-
Uonai activity.

AJ VJt U U U M i U V-J 1

THE jU LSI; -OF
PANAMA
'THE GOVERNMENT'S plan to
increase Social Security taxes
seems to be heading into a lot of
opposition from several sources.
Both the Teachers Union and
the National Association of Pro
fessors met yesterday and decid.
ed to protest the proposed exe
cutlon of' the plan which vis
scheduled to go intoaffect next
year. ' k,..rS---!':.-''-..K- -:: ",',
Other organizations Jii differ different
ent different parts of the Republic ; also
have come out with statements
against the proposed Increases
which will gradually rise from 8
to 17 per cent Dy ma.
THI CIVIL IIGISTRY was
parted t out of "cedulat" (eit (eit-'
' (eit-' ixamhlp booklats) and hat ordered
nW"ncs tram th Impranra Hn.
cional which xpct to hav tham
road); in about two weak,
-V o 1
PRIVATE BUSINESS is said to
owe the Social Security Board
more than $250,000 in taxes. As a
result the board has organized a
special collection department to
make an eilort to get them to
pay(up.ls i';' ;r.-j-'4,?
-XJB. EVANGELIST BiUjr OraV
ham Is scheduled to come to Pa
nama next January for an evaiu
gellcal tour, El Panama America
reported yesterday,, (
' A Colon newspaper correspon correspondent
dent correspondent reports that thousands of
dollars of Canal Zone commissa
ry merchandise comes Into Co Colon
lon Colon daily despite the efforts of
brAhf Canal Zone and Panama
authorities. 4
- The correspondent said those
who benefit rr-t from the ron-
;..n4 .iy.ijr. en jieiUUAW
LAKIS ARE afoot to lcreHi
liquor liceniai f bars paratin in
th tuburk t th asm lvl f
thoa which prt in th ty.
Suburban bars pay $60 monthly fer
their liceme. City bare pay $17 Jii
BARDWNERS have decided to
set iro a credit fund and to seek
the establishment or their .own
distillery jto combat the price in;
creases put Into effect by the Iot
cal liquor industry, :'j
PANAMA SOCIALISTS are
considering a show of strength
for Sunday, June 30, in observ observance
ance observance of their silver anniversary
A committee has been named to
organize the rally, y :
On Traffic Cdhlrol
Af 4th 0f July Ave.
Tnvifafiona for' bids Were IS
sued today by the Panama Canal
Co. for proposed trauic comroi
imnrnvementa at the intersection
of Gorgas Road and Fourth of JiH
1 Avenue in Ancon. a corner
which has been called the worst
traffic trouble, soot on the Pacific
side. Bids will be opened July 18
m the- Administration Building at
Balboa Heights, i t -
The new traffic control system
will include the widening of Fourth
t..w avenue tetween Calle H
and Calle J." the instaUation of
vehicular and pedestrian waroc
control signals on all four tor tor-rters
rters tor-rters of the intersection, the con con-.,n,tinn
.,n,tinn con-.,n,tinn at dual-ouroose islands
to control th movement of vehi
cles and protect toe saiy m y-
destriansi and the Instauanon
seven -modern mast arm u
street lights. .
The plan was explained last week
by Melvin Bierman, i,anai w-
fie engineer,, lomemoeia
Pacific Civic Council during : the
Jane meeting. -' t.
Biermae pointea ow mi uio
improvement is being maoeo
handle the 13.700 vehicles which
daily enter the Intersection and
the 13.000 pedestrians who dauy
ctom the'approech"- ..
Kecords ahow, be said, that dur during
ing during the past 30 months, there
bave oeea iu perwroi
events and 48 property damage
acrdent at this location, la ad addition,
dition, addition, the amount of congestioe
and delay should be greatly re reduced
duced reduced as a result of the system systematic
atic systematic assignment of rights-of way
and the elimination of conflict be between
tween between vehicle and pedestrian traf traffic.
fic. traffic. It is txpected that the new sys system
tem system wi'l greatly minimize traffic
accidents ia the area.
Hot News
LONDCK. June 19 (UP) The
Evening News tried to get its
readers hot under the cellar to--isv
t take their minds off
Britain's teat wave. It reported
the rnr t coal would, go up
U toa ctxt winters

kei Def en ds

. w -r i' i 1 i' rv
PlarvAs Moderate; Decent

WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP) -President
Eisenhower; today de
fended his civil rights program as
a very' moderate, decent one.
He told his news conference that
he was disappointed that some op opponents
ponents opponents contended it would destroy
their own ''civil rights. He appa apparently
rently apparently referred to critics who at at-tacked
tacked at-tacked the House-passed,, measure
on grounds it would deprive per persons
sons persons of trial by jury in certain
Cases. '.
i Eisenhower said his program
was designed with the idea of mod-
SUICIDE i-
vod, 41, a
'William Sher-
l-acilic C.w. (... ., jS
before he was scheduled to ap-'
Jjear before a House Un-Amer-caa
' Activities subcommittee
,ln San Franclscoi The commit commit-l
l commit-l tee r,ha beenrt Investigating :
.Communist1 ."Intellectual infll infll-jJthaLi
jJthaLi infll-jJthaLi .,;u ',
Frances-Longford
Pays Brief. Visit
TcV RP On Yacht
Beauteous songstress Frances
Laneford who thrilled thousands
of service men when she sang for
them here during World war Il-r
was a brief visitor on the Isthmus
this week, ; -rV. ,.v
Frances and her husband, Ralph
Evinrude. and their, white poodle,
came ashore off their ,120-ft. yacht
Chanticleer which the vessel was
moored off Balboa Yacht Club.
The craft was enroute from Mia.
ml -to Lido Beach,. Calif. M
i
Another couple accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Evinrude, and their sec secretary
retary secretary was also aboard. The yacht
carried a crew of nine.
Few Isthmians caught a glimpse
of Frances, but those who did re
port that her newest hairdo ia a
boyish cut, ?.? ".-",
Payne and' Wardlaw were local
agents for the Chanticleer. .
MILWAUKEE.
WisW Juae 19
UP) A son sided with his
wealthy prospective ln-laws -today
against his parents' charge
that he was enticed Into aban abandoning
doning abandoning home and Romaa Catho
licism. ,;-;
The Barents. Mr. and Mrs. In
land Cummings Sr. of Wyncote,
Pa, filed a $500,000 suit yester yesterday
day yesterday against the parents ot their
sob's sweetheart, Mr. ad Mrs.
Arnold i. Werner of Milwaukee.
The. Cummlnejses said the
Werners had conspired to "en-
Uce" their boy. Letand jr, 21.1
into leavlnc- Harvard University i
for Milwaukee by private plane
and abandoning "the Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic faith ia which be had been
reared." -,-
Wemer n president of the
Wagner Iron Works of Milwau
kee. The Cummrofses aja ne
had used his wealth to pay their
son's tuition at Harvard, give
him a 175-a-month allowance
and th nu or a car. and prom
ised him a t25.0O0-a-yeax Job at
the Iro works. ;
Th son. who Is now womng
for Werner's company, denied all
hia parents charges today and

Giy i I Rights
eration and. not with the idea of
persecution ot anyone.
n duckMa question dout
whether h would rcommnd
that Republicans try te kp th
Senate in aassien long anough te
braak'eny filibuster by southern
Democrats against the legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, ,--
In other news conference high highlights,
lights, highlights, Elsenhower:
. Said the Justice Department is
studying recent far -reaching Sup Supreme
reme Supreme Court decisions on the ques question,
tion, question, or constituional rights of in individuals.
dividuals. individuals. He declined to comment
on whether 'he believes the court
has gone too far at the expense of
law-enforcement procedures and
investigative f un ctions of Con-
aress. However, he indicated the
administration might ask -for new
legislation to offset parts, of the;
decisions. .;
Described the most recent dis disarmament
armament disarmament proposals by the Rus Russians
sians Russians as hopeful signs which de deserve
serve deserve the most earnest and ener energetic
getic energetic study. He said, that he would
be willing to make some, tempora temporary
ry temporary arangement to suspend nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests, with safeguards as a
preliminary step toward general
disarmament on -a permanent ba-
SU.,:''MV-..V,.-.
Said that there smd to be
a vary Improved atrnosphor a a-bout
bout a-bout xth disarmament,:' negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. H preferred not to dis discuss
cuss discuss them in detail lest he might
disturb them. He said it appears
negotiators en both sides ar tin tin-car
car tin-car at this time and not using
th talks as a prera,,ml sour-W-
- i. a ij.u'y ,L ?:. -im.in.,
,ambiim-iin)irf E. S t a s a
was not reprimanded recently as
had been rumored. However, the
president said tnat reports nad
reached him that S t a s s e n was
moving too fast and that he was
brought home for consultation to
be sure that nothing would be done
to upset the delicate negotiations:
Eisenhower said the delicate na
ture of the talks required that no
one be allowed to stray off the
Pth.
-supported defense mobilizer
Gordon Gray In his refusal to turn
over to Senators certain executive
department papers in the Idaho
Power Co. fast tax write-off case.
Unless such a procedure was fol
lowed, (he President said, there
soon would be no coordination in
the executive department.
Land Licenses
Must' Be Paid
Before July 1
.Holders of all agricultural land
and. garden plot licenses are again
being reminded that the annual
rentals are now due and must be
paid prior to July 1.
Licenses which are notnaid by
July 1 will terminate without ex-
eeption, license holders .were in-
formed in a notice, from the Civil
Affairs Director.
Payments may be made dur during
ing during .regular Panama Canal office
hours to any Panama Canal. Com Company
pany Company cashier. :' f 1
said he would stick by his flan.
cee, Mary Louise, ner parents
and the Lutheran Church.
"I believe this suit is simply
an attempt by my father te ex extort
tort extort neney f rent my father-in-law,-
he said. ..... : ; r
' Young. Cummlngs said his
planned marriage at St. Mat Matthews
thews Matthews Lutheran'. Church next
June 29 had no connection with
his decision to leave the 'Catho 'Catholic
lic 'Catholic faith, v ;. .A x .:
He had. thought about leaving
Catholicism before he met the
Werners, ne saia, ana na axancu
with his mother about it
The youth met Miss Werner, a
Vassar student, when they were
both attending summer school
courses at Harvard University is
1954. he said. J
His parents tried to break up
their romance, he ; said, and
wouldn't rive him moaey to re
turn to Harvard. The son said
the Werners came to his aid
wtth "loana. not ttfts Indud
lnV the loan of a car so he
could visit his fiancee at Vassar
o wekeends.
But continuing "harassment
by his nare"4 caused hia grades

Property:

Transfers
WASHINGTON, June 19
(UP).The Senate Inter Inter-state
state Inter-state and s Foreign Com-.-
VVlf f A annMvArl irAcrAWlei
a bill increasing; U.S. an annuity
nuity annuity payments to Pan Panama
ama Panama in accord with the
1955 treaty provisions and
permitting the transfer of .'
property to Panama ait
pledged in the treaty.
The annuity was increas increased
ed increased from $430,00 to $1,930, $1,930,-000.
000. $1,930,-000. The property to be
transferred under terms of
thtv treaty includes housing,
railroad terminals,' commis-i
saries and service centers.
, The bill requires that the
property be transferred at
"net. ;' KnnV "; tralim wWfl
Zone officials testified was
less than the market value.
They estimated book val
ue, of the property fit $4, $4,-300,000
300,000 $4,-300,000 while the market
valuewas $24,300,000. r--platement
costs are estir-:'.-ed
"at $14,200,000.
1 ;
G::?C3 1 J. I::.::.;
Takes Over JciijZ
George M, Smith, who was re recently
cently recently appointed manager of the
Railroad '. Division, will assume
his new duties today, it has been
announced by the Transportation
and Terminals Division. f v i
Formerly assistant superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of transportation for the
northwestern region of X h
Pennsylvania Railroad, Smith
arrived on the Isthmus late last
month accompanied by his fam family.
ily. family. -V ''V"-; i.
He will succeed E. N.- Stokes,
who will start terminal leave
Wednesday' and will retire" from
Canal service at the end of July.
A native of Cincinnati Ohio,
Stokes has been with the Canal
organization since 1934 and all
of his service ,has been with tha
Canal organization since 1934
and all of his service has been
with the Fanama Railroad. .-
. He was promoted In 1938 to
roadmaster, a position he held
for a number of years and has
been Superintendent of the Rail Railroad
road Railroad Division since 1952.
Mrs. Stokes, who is employed at
the Panama Canal Press, also
plans to leave the Canal service.
After they leave the Isthmus,
Mr." and Mrs. Stokes expect to
make their home la Florida.
a
to slip and' affected his sweet sweetheart's
heart's sweetheart's health, the youth said.
Both of them decided 'It was
best to leave-school la their sen senior
ior senior years and return to Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, he said.
. In their salt, the Cummin li lies
es lies demanded celmborsemeat ea
charges f -a conspiracy te de deprive
prive deprive them f the services ef
their sen before his gist birth birthday.
day. birthday. -Werner
"complimented Lee fr
refusing to attend the Cathol s
Church and for choosing; to at attend
tend attend a Protestant Church wi t
Mary Toutee,' they said U th r
SUlt.' -1 V 1 f
When they came to Mllwauk"
to protest, they said, Werper pre prevented
vented prevented them from seerg th r
son and "ejected them from t s
office, r
Weroe denied all the char- i
and said "I'm going to Uke ev f
necessary step to bring this Kil Kilter
ter Kilter to a conclusion.'
Hia daughter said -This !' t
attempt to block the wedi
All we want Is to go to i
church of our choice and rr s
whom we waat and llv
peace,

Approved



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APPEASEMENT OF JAPANESE
Bir: t-

We hava reached the depths of degradation in oiw attempt

to appease every national of every country in me wouu
expense of our own United States citizens.
I am referring to the latest fiasco from Washington, the
sacrificeof U.S. soldier Girard to an erstwhile enemy country

' whose Ideas of justice unaer uie iaw are oi cunipounwic

those under which this man was raisea ,m,t
When a soldier is tried in a foreign country for an incident
: arhtnh 9irci nin nn an Armv reservation, this is the end.

i Does it mean tha tan accident or crime at Ft. Kobbe or

f Clayton should be taken into Panama iwr mit ixua
ou matter to all members of the Armed Forces and their fa-

milles here in the zone, enouia a sentry u o -obeyed
or should he let a stranger wander into post and 1 do
... hi rm u. 4. .mavl hs'll turn hill hurt Other.

wnatever ne us.es., t m
. i.. v. i,rhi oni nn n a. Panama lall it follows. V

And even "it that, he would be mUllons of times better oft

. tka mrarri ainp Panama is a inenaiy cuunn v, b. muuiicso

-I Jt,.. ,n fnrm.r aiiv not a former enemy with wells of

bitternets and memories of atomic devastation to be chalked up
aiANiinaf the r1lHm

How proud must the moguls of the Pentagon be at this

ouo It is obvious to the world that ua man is going v py
n. tv. viotnnr nf tha united States durinc World War II, the

loss of "face" Japan suffered as a result, and every grievance

Imagined or real that has been chalked up gaainst the Amer-

lean tix aown owio x-ccv" w
mnih mora a rlvil affair than this. ...

. And all because he accidentally shot a trespasser and scav

enger on an army gun emplacement.
In tne grim game of war that the Army has to play, there
are many risks, and trespassers on military reservations-know
that they are risking their lives. But even the most worthless
scavenger is apparently more Important to ,the U.S. than her
own soldler-at-arms, v

Labor News

And

Comment

If We Had State Plates.

By VICTOR RIESIL

Disgusted

SKYROCKETING PRICES

Sir:

Is tttere no end to the skyrocketing prices on items of prime

My latest' beef is the Increased price on toothbrushes t
least the'-onevOf the trademark that I have been using for
' years.- 'vYv f ?v ." : ;
Up to severalmonths. ago 1 tould buy this important gadget
In most Panama City drugstores for -60 cents. t-
Recently, when the price lumped to 60, cents all at ..once, X
.was taken aback but shrugged It 'off.- & X; y.

a. ,u.aa1w. -. .. fe ,fAuwiSAaTJfjnT hmuirj n am.ai vwan

marked 65 cenw. ana as jar as u am concernea wi u um
. too far and too fast. '':-. '.-'v 1
But I suppose the greedy ones won't stop there. ; I. believe
they have their sights already set on charging $1 so at the
rate of a flve-cent-month increase, by Christmas, they shall

have obtained their goal. v ,v r
Conderinsr of course that the Price Control Office eon-
tlmuta ta fall rloam nn Jixm iOh. .. X.-. '

xna urasnoii

That modern mane., the nrivatf

atomic enercv business which can

raise cattle on radiated sawdust

i j i . .

jusi oeen corn amia consider,
able labor pains and some hyste

ria.

ine Dame oi uie faiinnt nnw

the rage among scientists, is fol followed
lowed followed nowhere more closely than

in uie impeccable- communities
housing the 100.000 men and worn

en who work with radioactive ma

terial. &ome of these workers

strongly teel that their jobs are

cal of the new hazardous work

regulations which still need perfec

uun.

After all the talk af the affact

of fallout en the eanas thin

have Bean instances reported -af

nystari wnenevar an abnormal

oaby is barn in ana of these

towns, according to Jamas J.

ambrlck. labor relations sua.

cialist of the National Induaarial
Conference Beard. The b a b v'a

, deformity Is invariably blamed
en atomic radiation.

- Bsmbrick's recent report on the
commercial atomic eneri y industry

reveals a new code of union de

mands is being whipped into
shape, unlike anything for which

utDor nas yet bargained. -There
is an International Assn.

of Machinists contract with atom'

ic energy people which provides

that "no employe shall be permit

ted to work alona in anv inb or

in any isolated spots in tne shop

wmcn would be beyond the call

or observation of other 1 em

ployes

Under another union contract the

atomic enerav worker haa the ume

rights as a pilot who doesn't have
to take his plane up if he feels
the flying will be hazardous. This

contract says, "No employe shall

De cnucized, disciplined or dia

cnarsea lor reiusina to work on

the job if the refusal is bated on

the claim that said job is not safe.

or might unduly endaneer his

health, until it has been determin

ed by the Plant's Safety Commit

tee mat me job is, or nas

, J

iwnfsr:n:3rc:j

I-Ierry-6o-i.gi'::d

y tllW riAISON

Mi
QNCAService, fae

Waller Winched In i'!ei7Yor!(

WASHINGTON For : tha first.

ume in mstory. either before or

aner f earl Harbor, a Japanese

rremier meets mis week, with

President of the United Stats.

The man who sits down on one

side of the desk commanded l

lied forces during the war. The

man on tne other side of the table
was Minister of Commerce and

the Interior in the Cabinet of Ja

pan's war lord, General Tojo. For

tnis ne was arrested as a war crim

inal,; but released when it was

discovered that he had led a
peace movement against CToio .in

1943, one year after Pearl Harbor.

After that experience. Nobusuke

Kishi said:

"When I found that I was not to
be tried, I began to think of the

rest oi my iue as a bonus to be
spent wisely. I decided Japan must

havev real democracy and never

again adopt dictatorship."

as Prime Minister, Kishi Is
endeavoring to live:. up ta that
pramite. He i a faugh, hard hardworking;
working; hardworking; fast thinking politi

cian, who believes in Japanase.
American friendship, but v also'
believes that. .Japan can't play

second fiddle te any" nation.
Ambassador Doutrlas MacArthur

flew back to Washington in ad

vance of the Premier to warn the

White House that Kishi would

make such unpopular demands as

the end of H-bomb tests in the Pa

cific and the return of Okinawa
to Japan despite itr importance to

the SA as a military base, and

would warn that Japan was resum

ing trade with Bed China on

large scale.

- Chancellor Konrad Adenauer

head of another nation defeated in

war, talked tough to 'Eisenhower

last month. Premier Kishi is ex

pected to talk equally tough..

to the,' Pacific before it reaches
the United States is one of;- the
most ironic chapters in American
displomatic history.
The treaty of 1909 by which she"
can do this was forced on Cana Canada
da Canada by the United States -much
against her will, during the Taft
administration Now it will permit

one of the biggest bonanzas in the
history of international vaterwaysi
. What happened was that buf lflns

an oounoanes oetween uinada
and the United States had been
settled, some of them by Teddy :
Roosevelt's "Big Stick.'vTeddy ev

en demanded and got a strip of,
what is now the Aalskan Panhand Panhandle,
le, Panhandle, extending south along the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian coast, sealing, voff the' Yu-
Tftn 4mm Driiiiok PrtlnmKie :

MMS AiVlU -f IMBU VVSUAUIiai

THi iROADWAY CROWD

' COMMY SHOP TALK
ir:
' These newfangled advertising pamphlets the Commissary
Division is putting out are an all-time low in good taste and eye
Appeal. ...

: Bfioaay,' cneap and gansn, tney iook aa inougn incy were

dreamed up m a popsicie ciern in a live and ten-cent store

The art work is deplorable.

- Why not r back to tne more conservative orocnures oi yore

which were readable and made sense to tne interested snopper.

Just because something? is new, it is not necessarily better.

- The old fly sheets may not have been inspired, but at least

they dldn t turn tne stomacn.
" j. i Box Holder

John Cdoar Haavar refused' a S0O.

Deeo mm for "Tha irm stnrv Mnnui

made, safe or winot unduly en- from royalties, screen 'and other
danger his health." . Ui0m. K.,.ron... n. nrt.i

Furthermore some unions call head to whomr. Hoover turned
2J5f rf-P" oyer the file, has already made

Bfvvaeaa WVICVUT UUUUUK ? M U I HtVltlP fUfVl fWl Tnnv Mawfin kairl

uiM to be paid at union ratea u u

-.g-l,:,,- mnA JklifitiarieieT -) UBllv" tpotBiBji AAA KeHJ Wi stall

rfnTTVhr.ir. leaving, JUMoroco. All shook up.

li en. nw nlan't thi niiinn I VJ? dWa preSS agent,

tk. nnu.l..' .u-.u w s auu uuua. a vuvers same

" aCmmZ .hZ, .. wi. week., .Hugh Owens, Paramount
er these. should, be syntheUeor ve ami Nadina Browa will
MHnn Ol.ltUint. TU nmnn 1- BeP : ""O OUia DfUWO .Will

sisted on the synthetics, Sal : ti m"! W,7S fhTO;'
discover it had an angered distaff brPff.ifT-"'-:?:

contingent on its nands.! i ,w
The Jady temie"workrl pre
! Hdl tht'the svnth; clothes-:
era xnwhaf, tr3epra end
cling te tha tody bacaOia ef sta static
tic static alaetrieity,,. That settled ,ha

TOO MUCH NOISE

Blr:

? We are aware of the good our Alcalde Jose Agustln Cajar

Bscaia la trying to do in cutting aown on the noise from oiar oiar-inc
inc oiar-inc juke boxes, especially after midnight.

; But some of these bar owners seem to have no respect at

au ror oinciai notices.

" Harl-working taxpayers In certain areu of the Chorrillo

OUstrtct Just can't get a comfortable nlcbt s rest.

r It's particularly terrible on weekends and we think some-

4Aing snonid be done about it.

Taxpayers

SAUNA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR)

So tin a

a a a

fbt VO Ironing

eld la th titth box.

tral.Park ballet opened recently 1

expect a darling in A U g u t .
Steve Crane is the, envy of The
Hollywood Pack. Her name is Ni-

dine Duncan, an Aca puled beaut.

. vA faim seacu pouueo is pa

tiently waiting for Mrs. Charles

.i i.' i.-t j I Morrison to end her mournintr for

mand for' special pay for hazar- u ""'
Hmi. Arv f .nmi .fmi,-.,lexpect her to marry him. .For-

departments, the unseen fifii?" -ffstt Hopkins

are so miasmatic that the work- "

era CXraia alaaStltlaa l (ta. hadMAI I taaaaaaaaM

which they, can see at afl times. Uni Christian Is never lonely
If these get clouded up, the work- !..n'.Her .n?0 is Phuippe

srt art oufc The National Indus- wascner, ncn Belgian sportsman,

trisl Conference Bosrd report as- .-x-Champ Joe Louis' floral of.

- C L. T I . .

serted: : '. ueruig oaran. vaugnan at me

'This ainect nf atomic anarvv Waldorf: SIX dozen Roses!. JiOT-

labor relations is of concern to all "an Powell, who just graduated

industries that might use radioac- from Cornell,. Is the son- of Joan
tive material either as an energy Blondell and Dick Powell. .New .New-source
source .New-source or for testing purposes. For comer Tina Robin may. now con con-example,
example, con-example, if, in the future atomic sider herself a B'wsy success.

energy is used aboard commer- iwo locals pun to sue as her

ctai ships for propulsion, the dues-1 discoverers .t aney Granger

tion is whether- the seafaring n- snd Lily Lodge congested traffic
nions whio' have had a long his- at The Spindletop the other inter inter-tory
tory inter-tory of securing bonus payments mlsion. .Restaurateurs say one

oi tne fastest cucks m the busi business
ness business Is the way the Eden Rec
(on East 48th) caught on.-. .Lar .Larry
ry .Larry Brackett, emcee of Libersce's

marry him. He's 25. Wealthy. Tex

as family. Denise has. her mind

on a rich Texan nearer her aee,

. .Lork Byron, the Calypso chan

ter, doesn't believe in idling. Be

tween lookings he. washes dishes

at Cavanagh's,

fl

Holelesjnto S. A.
The shareholder of Hotel InUramerteanoa, 8. A.
ar herebj notiried thai a Special Meetinj of share
holders will be held at 1:00 pjru, Thursday, June 20,
1957 at tha Washington Salon, at the Fj Panama
Hotel sttusted at No. 111 Via Capana, Panama Crty,
Panama In order to approve or reject a resolution
avthorlzinf tha Board af Director to execute a con contract
tract contract leaslnf th proportie of tha company.
Panama City, Panama, Juno 7, 1957.
ROBERTO EISENMAKX,
; r President.

win insist upon bonus payment

lor won on sucn snips.

"Many teei mat u unions secure

bonus psy for using atomie ener-

ii ucriTauvei in icsuuk. wis in

time would constitute the largest

source of bonus payment. But so

far the general rule in the atomie
energy field has been that union

contracts do not provide premium

psy for working in so-called 'ha

zard areas.

"in one esse, an atomie union

contract did provide for premium

pay for workers wesring film bads-

es. -Upon hearing of this, the AEC

sent a representative to the com

pany and to the union and the

clause was scotched. The AEC ar

gued then, as it has since, that

paying premium pay for wearing
film badges would only make the

companies, hesitate in giving out

film badges. ..."

The other dsy Labor Secretary
Jim Mitchell ruled that the young
atomic workers between U and 18

could be exposed only to 10 per
cent the radiation permitted

lor adult workers in these plants.

TMs reflects the kmer dia.
wieeiKes af maw tedav. The

fear far the yauogar ganaretien

and far the ensjam la neavy.
So much se that some anions are

pressing for lifting of the statute of

limitations ea radioactive injury

compensation. Insurance people

fight this, saying that seek a
move tould. cover unborn children
into the second and third fenera

tion who may still be affected- by
the radioactive contamination of
their grandparents.
! But nothing is really settled, for

despite ft modernity, this baby

tadustry sua is u me oarx.

GUIDED MISSILE SECRECY

The secret of what happened to

the Air Force ciuded missile. At

las when it mysteriously, exploded
Aff tha ITInrliia mm! fast m.alr ha.

snow, asxed Demse Darcei to, New Yorker, erne waa effarad tha caused a minor storm insida tha

orama desk Walcatt Cibhs alana Pentaeon. Tha oiiAstion is: Should

giving up next year. He decided the facts be released to the press?
J Ws soft snap. ; .Dorothy Inside fact is that the Air Force
Shay, Persian Room star, whose was about to release them when
Plaia Hotel noiahbar i crifiar Ware) it sot ordera from Miirrav Snvn-

Mereheuse. She sent him -a peen er, the former White House press

Binaj mm re srov wracking tieriaioe, now .Assistant secretary

wiriDwra, ar 7 e.m. witn .tiis type-1 intense, to Keep quiet,
Writer. -..'.Claud- O.lria !, : 4 -JH-

Camaata- aiwraa4 tm -The facts Which were suppress

far a new play. v JLaana's .Restai- foiiowl, ?he A"as did

ram. ana a Niw V..L'. i-i... inoi cauiuuo uuin uiieruii causes

.. .fIVIIIW-l . ..

Tions, served nearly 5000 wooers "P"fle me press. gor in'
tha aha- niaM o.ui a... ..j to a shimmy and was deliberate-

husband fJh n'r,r. u. ii.. I ly destroyed by the ground safety

start thair honeymoon abroad Ju' or iorjear it would fly'out of

, isuaaen oii-courie ueviauon py a

Anthony Koma f mak n la fir.t "" ",",u' r. v

recordinel 1 nroh' th. r.t .TZ l Navartnaiass, the Air .Perce got

v w ur pita ,y motivation
study project. The record firm

(after a series of testa) -uiai

him becauae of his "vocal empa-;
thy Translation: The kids judge
him. Jtoberto Rosellini haa

written one New Yorker that he

PresleV slipping? H i s platter

"All Shook Uo" is in its 3rd mil

lion.-They say it'll hit 4. He is al also
so also making his 3rd MGMomie. .
Mike Wallace answers his critics

in the next Esquire. .Floria Pall

(aha was TV's voiuptua) is now

a, cocktau hostess at Frascati s 111

Movietown. .Beverly Roth: a

waitress in the Sands Hotel cock

tail lounge, won $8,300 the ; other
night flinging the cubes.". V .Lana
Turner will dwell s in Aeapuleo

when her new home is r e s d y.

She'lT commute to H'wood only
for films. .Joanne Dm is one
of those rare persons' who w a s
called by a rating service. When
she said her' set wasn't turned on
the query was: "What show would

you watcn u it was 7 &ne nung
up. .Hollywood disc Jockey Gene

Norman owns two nightclubs, pro

duces Jazz concerts, heads a ma

sic publishing firm and a recording

outfit. He will also marry bis top

artist Joanne Gilbert.

Greta Garb (leaking younger

than ever) st rail ine. along. S7th

Street no millinery bag slung

ever shoulder repose led sheas,
etc. .Tallulah Bankhead electri

fying the Hattie Carnegie staf.

.Oypsy Rose Lee, reporting tier

debut as a seortswrlter In Hearst

mag Sports Afield tomerew.

Oscar Hammerstaln, II, back

frem Boston Univ. with his Dr.

of Humanities degree. . .John

McCarten, movie crhic of The

seme good, information frem the:

tost ana .was aoour re expi'in

the whole thing ta the public

whan It was reminded by Snyd Snyder
er Snyder that nothing ceuld be announe

about guided missile tests

by order of the President.,

V sru Y

If you want

efficiency

controls
in record

'IAN HELP i

YOU tl
7, while it
pay for
.. itir ',

XARDEX gives you a rapid runniu.
summary of vital facta. w
a XASDEX ceil attention to facts
that require action.
a XASDEX centralise records,
- atmptlfiea record keeping.
e XARDEX pay It way in efficient
production. Inventory, sales, v
-: personnel, and accounting controls.
TIGHTEN UP BUSINESS EFFICIENCY

THTH SYSTEMS by

DOYD BROTHERS, IK

C.

Ke. M AITOMOB1LK ROW

a ii m

msv Ati VL.r i i. : secretary oi tne ait r orce iiou-
M."yadtf't;i:b0 Si" want, to change this ruling,

Vnn.7i .T i "ut and Secretary of Defense Wilson
SK"? SSSSSL. i? reported Waning in hi. direc.

his adventure in India.

very

tun..' sure). .Steinhnra'a n.;.

Restaurant on 83rd and Broadway

The manager has the thickest I

nsn orogue .tommy Lyman

one oi ine oioneexi nf tha rTnh

aong Dusmess, is on .the staff of

looa supplement company "un

" me-, vaiypao isa passes'

vricer iiarson. wnn MkH

km Russel's Star-Role in "Auntie

aiame nn January;, remind

sxepucs that. S of the 1 shows
she appeared in (in, London) were

kVlucuiCS. .t , r

Dorothy Manners. lovelv alanna

. ... n i .

. vviumoia Hccoros. ta t

tirms newest stsr-Dound canary,
A discovery of Perev Faith.

Gleason'a director, (F. Satenstein)

wui sneive I V wnen tha nrnnr.n

fades June 22. He will a-ive ail hi.

time to the family's busines
and 'Gloria Curtis. .Rosa M.

iean, ex-"5candaU"- oriole, stars
at the Daetona (Fla.) Plata's O-

cean noam until i.tvu. n.

Jsmes Preston, producer of "Ca "Career,"
reer," "Career," and his leading lady, Naa-

c7 nennicx. ar a new G'wlea
Village idyll J5ea O'Casey, TJ,
has completed a nw. ni. rv

wnispors.- raui Shyr will

"f" m uie ran, ; jew kind
of show-bis: afarioa M.rin

$30,000 for a one-minute TV Mm.

mercial beamed only to the mid-

wen. ULTan Hunter mi n im

for his script to "BUckboard Jim Jim-gle."
gle." Jim-gle." It was such a big bit he de-

uaoas tea nmes mat sura" for his
new opus, -Strangers When They

-The ZJeefaW p,niea (which
seen tears) coat keekers a fortune

tw bbto. ine veraian tha

raecnee Town cect S4MJ0. The

"7 raeve-neerh ptsV

wa. .rraewcers. etraetara mm a

p'rTrL tH "A Land Be-

rone in Khrer" (at tha Gran.

wicn mews an W. iMil la

rhlni te witness. Pine cost, eacir.
g theme. Ne edmlsslen charea.

nwy axisr an canrribwriana. .Le-

ne nemo nas a hit ha Ka

"Hew A Men Cots Get She will
fe W -Jemeka due in the

ron. . aecemmendod; Alec

wawga s -Hearing $xty In f

rm. J f an wattied. af wirh

Johnnie Ray's music Tha piano
" far all his aeecial arranoe-

nra. .Dolores Bricson, aretfr

dancer an the Jvlive LsKesa
hew, weds llnrstrator Jeeeph Pa-

renri en tne loth. .The Skinny
D'Araatoa (he teats the toe tol-

ent at Ma SOI due. Aft antic Cy)
expect anerher rmao h the Wh

or. .Cyd Charles hts cut her
lang, eaawtrM hair. 1

Barbara Mtrfren's Seree is at

r bedside ta the Rfu, Paris.

SU..;r.g those rersirtent nmor.

.Becsose of moriry ijcv',in

But an order from Eisenhower
is an order, so the news was sup

pressed. .. -.
OUR CHICKSNS COMl HOMI
The reason why Canada can div

ert, the Columbia Rover, to flow in-

Austin, .who wrote the. long ago

song hit,'. "My Blue Heaven" and
so msny others, hss done It again

with "Too Late." A new RCA-Vie-

tor platter. .'. .Ben Cutler's band
is booked solid. Eighty weddings
in June. .' .Crooner Alan Dean

aad his wife caa't. take the Jer

sey climate. Moving back to- Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. .Th ballet world will be

startled to learn that ballet stars

Ruth Ann Koesuif and Erik Bruhn

ar divorcing. She will seU at $10

copy. .Marie Hiskis a gor

geous Londoner in the Latin Quar

ter shew, hss 4 new whit mink

snd White poodle te match. -' i

Because of American i Stick''

tactics. Premier Laurent oi Cana Canada
da Canada asked for a treaty by which
future disputes could be decided

Dy, international law, especially the

river flow between Canada and.

the United States. He "proposed ap.
plying the Common Law of Eng.'
land that no man living beside a

river may damage the flow to th

detriment of those downstream.
But the United State's was then

interested in the Rio Grande flow flowing
ing flowing from the United States into',
Mexico. It wanted to be able to
divert Judson Harmon, Attorney
General under Taft, contended that ?
the United States had the right to
divert the flow of the Rio Grand

and every other international riv-

Premier Laurent put up a bit-

ter battle, but, lost.

cedents of international, law im-
Sose no liability or obligation upon
le; United SUtes, xulei, Taft'a

Attorney ,uenerai,'. .?$&, :;::,;:?

o vanaaa aiKueu iue ireaiv or

1909. Today under that, treaty- she
can do anything she wants regard

ing the; giant Columbia River be

fore it reaches the U.S. border.

NOTE British Columbia now

. j: a. i

pi opuses io Uijf luiniei anu ujv-
ert the river to the Pacifio coast

through the. Fraser River and all- 11
Canadian territory. The proAmer-
ican Liberal government ; h e 1 d N
back. The new Conservative gov- -ernment,
less friendly, may sup- ;

port British Columbia.

OOP DOUGH ; .' '-""f

Despite G6P Chairman Meade

Alcorn's low moans about an emp-y-

ty. Republican treasury, the figur-
es just filed with Congress by hit K

own Committee belie his com- ;

plaints. V-"' J
As of the end of May, the GOP (
National Committee' collected $300, $300,-754.73.
754.73. $300,-754.73. This is $268,371 Jl mora

than in '-1955, which, was th last,
non-election yeari f ; ' ; t

Furthermore, ohe Repubiicaa u

Senate and Congressional commit-;c
tees far exceed their 1955 colle-...

sgues, and the Republican com- t
mittee' of Pittsburgh got so much -extra
money that it decided to in invest
vest invest 150.175.88 in government

bonds. :i'-vf.;).:.,..i t

Meanwfiile, the Democrats are

workirtfl hard te pay ff 'their

15 election deficit and ar ev

en collecting money from Con.
4nttmM anal Sanatara wha hawa

had the problem of raising me-
ney for thair own campaigns.

Here are some recent Democra-

tic contributions: $1,000 esch from
Speaker Sam Rayburn; Cong.
Wright T-atmsn of Texas; Mik

Kirwan of Ohio; Harry Sheppard
of California;' Sen. Oun Johnston s
of South Carolina; Ed Pauley, the
California' oilman: ex-Ambssssdor

Joe Davies; and Charles Patrick

Clark, former lobbyist lor the 1JO-,
minican Republic. ;
Almost A Bdehelor

lUPiTlTI r-llf V,.Nai nm TT1

vnanL. vauii er uttes xe W
. Emanuel Weiss, T3, wss aV :

most a confirmed bachelor. Al Almost
most Almost He will take Mrs. Annie
Mabel Weiss, 74, a widow, as hi
first wife June 28. :

Who's Who?

Answer to Prevlou Punt

ACBOSS

2 Musical
instrument
J Animal

1 Labor's

Scots

4 Gardner

I Zoo hibernator . J

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IS Century plant
14 Jason's ship
UBaaebaU's
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II Ught wines

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iS Orifice la skin 41 Dancer,

11 Times of year io Askew

20 Biblical law nat-maker,

giver -. Betsy

llLiouor IT Rise

23 Adam's bone 11 Lateral parts

14 Hurried

2 Scant
XT Light knock

MAsisa -12
Temale

aoViaer

34 Gets op

13 Can back

M Golf mound
37 Corrnmmists
3 Buniea
Locauoa
44 Paeeeaatve ;

It Beginning

37 Interpret
a Aboriginal
- Japanese
Jf Cushions
31 Eaclea nests
33 Show feeling

33 Aecomplithers 33 Oppeeed

14 Card game 40 Intelligence

Castle

43 Simmer
43 Malayan boaf
4 Standing
watrm
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47 Ahrsy
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43 Orgy
43 Cadrupe4"s

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THREE

II

AWARDS PARADE Cadet' Sgt. Jerry Pierce," captain of the

1955-57-swimming team at The Citadel accepts awards lor tne

team members from Gen, Mark w. Clark, president oi tne
South Carolina; military college.?. Pierce; son of Mr. and Mrs.

G.- fL : xPiercf of r Balboa, graduated: from The Citadel this?

-(, a month, .(Official The Citadel photo) r

No : Wonder Discs

Are All Shook, Up.

ZlfUt

DD.0B

1090 tics., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
1063 Colon
; PRESENTS
i V( f i f.'',i; -;' V-'1:';'
, Today, Wednesday, June 19
r.M. ; V, .(
4:00 Feature Review, ;;'
4:30 What's Your Favorite ire ire-7
7 ire-7 .v t quests taken by phone
' till 3:00 '
s:30 News w : t ; t.

6:35 What's Your Favorite

, -(cont'd) j ',,'
8:0O--Interlude -' "v
,i" tary(WRUL) ''A

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Interlude i i i
7:00 Guilty Party t

.7:30 Musicland USA

8:00 Proudly We Hail -8:30
Musical' Theater

9:00 You Asked For ,Jt (re-

- quests taken by phon
' till 7:30) :

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight

12:00r-Sign Off. 1 ;

.".V : !A''JU)mH'J AU'.l.'U. ?
:'''v :;W:4 :':'::'K;f:;:: riMi -w

i '

BylDICK KLEINER

NEW YORKXNEA) The'men

who make the music Business num
re the A and R Artists' and .Re .Repertoire)
pertoire) .Repertoire) men at each of the re,-

cordmg ) companies. Theyre vre-

sponsiDie ior. picmng.. se
lecting songs,' overseeing arrange

ments and : orchestrations a n a
welding all o this together into a
saleable record. '
When you can get one of. them
to "sif still long enough to talk,
you get a real insight into what's
going on In today's strange reci
rirrf marltpt. Here are some as

sorted insights tittered by naobby
Shad, a' highly successful A and R
man for Mercury:v ', v

"It used; to be that material

made hits. "You 'took, a good, song
nrf it didn't much matter. -..who

mail, ii. iiiniiiD, mi,.. v"-'

nee Is the thingthie song doesn't

much matter. Elvis Presley could

inff-.-Tha' Star-SDSnsled Banner

backwards and it would be hit.!'

"I bf you can't nam feu
ingers around today, who sing
, In tun. Tony Bonnott has n't
boon- in tuno l years. None, of
thorn- ro.'".. J
-''!'' ..AVr'..'i'.'i" '.;;'
; "There's i nothing,; new in rock

; and-rou,' musicauy speamng., ine

after-beat that charactenzes this

music it nmethine I did -10 years

ago. What is new is in the vocal

the" vocal tricks1. And, this -.will

have a lasting effect ott our -mu

sic; R "will be modiaed, ot course,
but' 20 years from now? y o u'll

near singers who've been miiuenc miiuenc-ed
ed miiuenc-ed by the vocal tricks of today,"
Sarah Vaughan's v. voice : is the

finest instrument in America to-

day."- ; :'s''tZ::'? V'-4;.

"We can still, make good rec records.
ords. records. Singers -can still sing,, song

writers, can still write good stuff.

But then along -comes an .'All
Shook Up or a 'Little Darlin' and

the disc jockey gets calls from

his listeners and right away he

wants 20 more line it. He wires
no 'GfvA .ma snmethine lik "All

Shook Up." So we. do it.' If

there's a fault, it lies with: the

Li':L -J

Dorothy Cojlins Sarah Vaughaii

3:30 Music For Thursday Y
4:00-tFeature Review v

start. should he hi Tnvb'int S hit

It's on Mercurv. Other." "Tammv"

Ki iie Ames uj r o t n e r S.. KCAV

"Light a Candle" f Vivienne VTP i

"Jane. Jne. Jane" (Stan IVikon

Verve; "Around the : Wor 1 d"

(Jane Morgan, Kaop): r'Sufear

Blues'f Lilhan Brigg,. Epic) Lu'-'
cinda"-rBiIIy Ward. lYb i I ft yjf
'Half Your HeartBorinie 'Cui-

tar, juotj; "Toujours Gai'V (Ear (Ear-tha
tha (Ear-tha Kitt, RCA); "The Lonely'

mustier ls uaxter,' capitoi):
"One-Sided Love" CBillv Brando

Good recent iazz albums nut:

tarist tai Salvador enlists various
aides for a fint Bethlehem collec collection,
tion, collection, ( "Shades jof Sal Salvador;"
Don Redman arrantrpr pnmnm.

er, lyricist, sax player shows off

all las' talents, on f"Don Redman's

raric Avenue Patter" on Golden
Crest; ,; trumpeter- Wild Bill 'Davi 'Davison
son 'Davison surrounds himself with lush

strings and the result Is a. delight delightful
ful delightful ?' With Strings Attached" on
Columbia ; the Tony Scott quartet
has a great album, on "Tony Scott
in v Hi-Fi'! on Brunswick;., modern
jazz lovers -win want Dave Bru Bru-beck's
beck's Bru-beck's latest, "Jazi Impressions
of the, UJ5.A." on Columbia, ,. 2 j

In the' summer. even classical

music lovers iike to go i a littlef

l : rtV. . i

new i

melodic music-Van Kempen

the Concertgebouw Orchestra play vFW viStiir jr.'m- to '"'tins

elate of Frank Coetello and oth

er underworld figures, was shot

Anoclafe

SholToDealh
,

,' and there are some (fine, D. Tur a (tuitiMitn
albums, featuring pleasant DY lUQ uUliniGn
idicmusic Van JKempen and

Tomorrow, Thursday, June; 20

A.M ,v
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock

, Club (requests taken

by phone till 7:00)
" 7:30 Morning Salon Concert

8 : 15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reveille ,
8:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News -'
10; 0' Spins, and Needles (re-
quests taken by phone
' tl 8:30) - - '
11:00 News
11:05 S pins A n d Nee diet

. (cont'd) v i
11:30 Meet The Entertainer

12:00-TNews

P.MV V1- : f
12:05 Musical Travelog
12:30 Sweet And Hot 1
'1:00 News v
1:15 Music Of Manhattan:
1 :30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Te Beneke Show v
2:15 Freddy Martin. Show

3:30 Much-B l n d 1 n g-In-The-

"Marsh

3:00 Hank Show And ; HH

; .". Rainbow Ranch Boys

s:i5 sammy Kaye snow

, A BAD AD Sometimes it doesn't pay to advertise; as the
.1 owner of this ice cream stand in Tampa, Fla found out A :
. hazardous road condition caused the city- to erect this sign
- which adds an unwelcome "flavor" to the dealer's display.

'Hey, Teenagers, Let's ; Dance' Sets
Pace For Lively Competition At CFN

4:30--What's Yqur Favorite trs-
i)i-l,,i.,.-: t i u

i A; im .9:001
5:30 News

6:35 What's Your Favorite

V (cont'd)
6:00 Interlude

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

- REVIEW (Pabit Beer)
6:30 Interlude v
7:00 Goon Show 1 . -7:30
VOA Report from O.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For fit fre

quesis ias:en jjj nnonr

uu v:aos.. '? ,.!.. iv

10:30 Musle From Hotel El Pan

ama f."j...'V'-v : 1

10:45-.Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert under The tar

12:00-Sign Off ;

the William Tell Overture and. the
Marche Slav (Epic): Krips fend

the Philharmonia 'Promenade Or

chestra Dia v Waldteufel Waltzes.

including the well-known Skater's
Walts (Angel): Cluvtens and the

urc&estre du Theatre National de
l'Opera play DelibeS lovely. ballet
musicr : Coppelia- and Sylvia An-

gei;.

i Women Viclims

. "We don. like it, but we -have
to make the kind of -music that

sells.- We record things we think

re horrible and, we get sick- a a-bout
bout a-bout it. ;But there's nobody around
in any profession who Can do on-,
ly the things he wants to do. Can
vnu?" ; -...

Indian Allaclcers

rade." On the contrary," she thinks
this will give her the impetus she
needs to go out and do some oth

er things movies nightclubs, oin oin-tr
tr oin-tr TV work.' ? ' .
"We decided," her husband, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Scott, aays, "that a comfor comfortable
table comfortable borne life -ami an a 1 1 1 v e
show business career are not com compatible"
patible" compatible" -.m 7-

It got so tbey looked oa their

muaical careers on "Your Hit
Parade" as Jobs leave in the
morning, come back for dinner. It
was comfortable life too com comfortable
fortable comfortable for ambition's lake. -

ShowIrnproYernehi;

to death yesterday &s : he ; was

leaving a fruit nd vegetable
store In a teeming Bronx neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. --.j
The two gunmen, who fired at
least five shots, fled In a wait waiting
ing waiting sedan double-parked in front
of the store. -.
' The proprietor of the store,

Enrico Mazzaro. from whom

Scalise had Just purchased 90

cents worth of produce, was held

In $100,000 ball as a material

witness. Mazzaro said the shoot

ing .took place so last that he

was unable to get a good look at

uie killers.

Scalise was a former associate

of onetime vice lord Charles
(Lucky) Luciano. v -,,it.

Hey. teenagers. let's dance'.,

These are the words which signal

tne neginning of cr M's Teen Time

each Saturday at 2 p.m. This

phrase is the motto for the show

and accounts In large part for its

Success. -Teenagers like to dance

and are usually quite willing to
demonstrate their talents in friend

ly competition, r

mis fact was" evidenced, last

Saturday, when over 40 teen-ac

ers gathered In CFN's main tele

vision studio.. The majority of the

group, which had gathered from

all parts of the Isthmus, were new

comers to the show, and many e e-Iected
Iected e-Iected to t observe rather than
dancef 7 ,X ;; :;'1::---', ...
,The. dancing competition, hew.
ever, consisted of 11 couples, one
of the largest groups; fe com.
pate thus far Divided Into two
group, the dancers were iudg.
d by Jimmy Dunn of tho Har..
iwtt, end Dunn danca taam.

East and West met In the fin finals
als finals two couples from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side 'Teenage Club and two
couples from the Fort Clayton
Teenage Club. Dancing to such
favorites as Bill Haley and Elvis

rresiey, Uie finaUsts placed in
this order: Kathlen Cox. Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, and her partner Rill Hayes of

Margarita won first place; Mandy

Doaaflua .and) Keith Kulig, .also

lromt tne Atlantic side were sec second;
ond; second; followed by Betty Deckle
and Herman Wilkinson; and Judy
Helsel and, Doug Bergere of Fprt
Clayton. ytt,i. 'v-,w
In addition to the -danclnf. Teen

Time was highlighted-by the an

tics ana interviews of Pvt.. -Joe
Daley the emcee of the show.

Each week the Interviews are
monitored for a "secret word.". .If
the word appears in the course of
conversation, an explosion is heard
followed by the strains of a Vien Vien-ese
ese Vien-ese waltz, and the girl .being in interviewed
terviewed interviewed must waltz wtth the
"old fashioned" emceel

.Teenagers,' who are sure-footed

to the rhythm' of rock 'n' roll are

usually more reticent about 3

quarter time and so the possibility
of saying the word of the day is
looked upon with apprehension. In

nonor or Father's Day, the word

-latner" was psrt of the vocabula

ry for Which Daley and hla sound

engineers listened for last Satur Saturdays'.
days'. Saturdays'. ' ::

k V wmr nigniignrs or Saturdays

now inciuoaa a song by Vans
Bonnott of Fort Clayton and a
rollicking Charleston number by
Ron Harper and Pat Quinn, both
of 'which wore nthuaiastically
received 1 by the tetnaga audi,
ence.''';-:.', ...

. Behind-the-scenes personnel who

are responsible for the success of

me anow are wa oirector, Spa tier tier-ry
ry tier-ry Sturgis, the producer, Sp3 Le
Kraemer and cameraman. -1 Jo3

Paul Henkemeyer. Evervone whn

wnrlr nn th : 'ehAiMJ

pears as a guest enjoys the in

formality and good-natured fun
which, typifies. "Teen Time:'
Anyone Interested ', in appearing
on the show, is invited to visit CFN-

iv 0d Saturday afternoon with
a dancing partner.. Send a card
or letter -to CFN,. Box 10,' Fort
Clayton, indicating your desire to
appear on the show and then en

joy -the fun that follows the words

Hey, teenagers, let's dance.!"

Advisers Want Ike
GOP Nominee Fbr President

79-Year-OId

"But they're not feeling good,"
a U.S. Embassy spokesman said said-.
. said-. The incident occurred when
the women, employes of the OA
Technical Cooperation Mission,

got lost during a motor trip from

SHORT PLAYING: Joni James i after yesterday's, attack

Is doing aa MGM album called southern Wlage.

"iom." At the same time, Joms
knsbnd. Apauaviva. it. doing an

JGM a'Him called "Acquaviva."
The 'GM album-naming depart
. n : :

Here'i a m itch Abbe Lane, A a
)r Cr cat's tonsil -srwinging wife.
Wiil arper as vocalist oa an RCA
album being cut by Tito.Puente.
. .A Kew Yojk record company,
Pinart, ia releasing jia albums
rcortrd in impromptn jam ses ses-s
s ses-s i I'avana. The first Is bas based
ed based ea Cot--n folklore and the sec-e-i.
r A yet released, will be along
Afro-Cva rhj-thmic lines. The
f-n is Cuban Jam Session, fea-tr,-
-'..o Gotierrex, -

:vs p:

K$: RufT Draper".

ra n," oil to I (ill

- NEW DELHI, mdla.: ;June, 19
(UP) Two American women aid
workers were recovering In a
hospital There from, a beat beating
ing beating by Indian villagers who mis mistook
took mistook them for child kidnapera.

The Tictims. Alice McKiney,'Cj acpiim Qf III
4U of Hammond. Ind.. and Dor- wlttll3lltlH Ull
othy Barbe.: 42, of Ripley
Tenn., were reported to'lmprov-iSnriATicIt!!! .--ed
condiUon In a New Delhi hos-1-1 ,UUJI J
pital to which they were flown! i,' ttt

Former Sen. Walter F. George

was reported resting comfortably

ana sleeping weu.ioaay one wees

after, be entered a hospital here

wuh -a heart ailment.
Dr. J. Willis Hurst the 7-year-o'd
. statesman's physician said
George spent an ."excellent"

night.

Jirodeadh to Ahmdabad. In Deroite encourapng reports on

Southern iBdia. They stopped at his Improvement the special ara-
village to ask directions from bassador to NATO was still listed
a groun of children. ' senous condition at Emory
- .' lUniversity Hospital. He is suffer-
Th .r t.rv. mnh N from s hardening of the ar-

villaeers who "r,fl r U1C

ur an.

of 150 outraged

suspected them of trying to kJd-

George Is expected to spend

nap tne cniiflrea. The vU8gifevertf wk rg ,f

!iuuia mirn na wjFtTu to Viene Ga. folk-wir.g
the assault, and the viHacers a- fclg j:scharge from Emory. Rarst

jurTitrizfa ana o;ierea gus
;ood.

WASHINGTON June 19 (UP)

Backstairs at the White House

Some of Preaident Kisenhower'i

chief political advisers want him

to come out in advance of the

I960 political conventions with his

preference for a Republican presi

dential nominee in .terms that

are unmistakable.

They are proceeding cautiously.

i . i 1 .

oowever, iesi uey but up aome

resistance from Eisenhower, as

well a some GQP hopefuls..

These advisers do not en vision
"this or-nothina" anproach by

tne president. ineir reasoning is
that the convention could remain

open." with Eisenhower indicat

ing his preference without being

so direct as to mske it appear

that be is trying to dictate to the

GOP nominating session.

These peliticians reason that

Eisenhowers personal popularity

will remain high as long .as he is
ini ofice. ; "-. . ;
The GOP high' command is not
unanimous on the- lsue. v Those
who don't agree with a pre-con-vention
statement are firm believ

ers in what has become almost a

truism with numerous professional

politicians; -.-....'

A president, no matter bow pop

ular personally, cannot transmit

his public appeal to another man

wun any oegree ot ceruiaty or

success.

Flight in the helicopters U be
used by the White House in next
month's big civil defense evacua evacuation
tion evacuation exercise is surprisingly com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable.
la teat flights staeed from "be

hind the White House last week,
reporters traveled aboard two
Army twin-rotor "workhorse" hel

icopters. The chairs were the type
aboard commercial air linen, com

plete to comfortable headrests and
shiny ashtrays.

But for ad tho se4c ami ac
ntarioc aWcor. ftatHtng atas ttw
threshinf awnd of tHo two r.
rs. Aftor a flight of 4 aninutoa.
rho mmmwi aswut lialf
steal far M or 3 mini
"A group 'ef "irr:j IJani aeaa-!

tors called on Eisenhower the oth other
er other day after being delayed ia their

ed a bottle of rum produced

their home islands. ;
.The president accepted the gift
graciously, but shook his head in
regret. He was just recovering
from a painful stomach upset,
'"I do appreciate it," he told the
delegation, "but I shudder to think
what it would do to me if I took
a drink of it now.

St. Uurcnt (tells,
Ending Long Liberal
Reign In Canada

OTTAWA, June 19 (UP) Prime

Minister Louis St.. Laurent resign

ed with his government last night,
ending 22 years of Liberal Party
administration in Canada,
' Governor general Vincent Mas-

sey was expected to call on John

Diefenbaker, leader of the Con Conservative.'
servative.' Conservative.' Party, to form a cabi

net. The Tories won the largest
number of seats in the flew House

of Commons in. Canada's general

elections last Monday but did not
win -a majority, v

Government House issued the

following announcement:
"On Monday afternoon the gov

ernor-general received the Rt.
Hon. Louis St. Laurent who ten.

dered for his excellency's consid-

erauon on nenau of ,Her Majesty

me vueen, nis 'resignation as

rnme Mmister."

immediately- afterwards. th

Conservative Party headquarters

announcea mat Diefenbaker had
been invited to Government House

ro met jaassev at 7:30 p.m. E.S.T,

iUB wviiauon oy impucation ear earned
ned earned with.it an invitation, to form

government, ,

Brooklyn Malador

Faces Prison Term
In Spanish Jail

SEVILLA Soaln. JulvNn V9

-Sidney Franklin, "the bull bullfighter
fighter bullfighter from Brooklyn," faces
an extended prison sentence for

violating Spanish automobile im import
port import regulations, the U.S.' consul
here said today.
Franklin, the only American lh
this country to achieve the rank

or full matador, was, arrested
Friday and put Into municipal

j an ai nearoy Alcaia de Gua Gua-drla,
drla, Gua-drla, his "hometown" Jn Spain.
, Franklin, the consulate said,
was found guilty : last fall of
keeping his car here if tef' his
temporary Spanish, entrance per permit
mit permit expired. He pould be J ailed
for as long as two years, -
Franklin, 53, son of a Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn policeman who- rose to fame
as a : bullfighter, .(was- originally
detained Friday -after what con.
sulate officials : described as a

minor accident t t

Civil guards, Investigating the

accident) discovered that Frank

lin was wanted for the 'earlier

offense and. Jailed him. i

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may now share the View With men buzzing their bristles' as
they wait for the bus. Reporter Jack Warfel adds to the gen-1'
eral confusion at a main intersection in downtown Cleveland,
Ohio, as he stops at the curb to shave. Passersby couldn't
figure out how he was doing it, but if they followed that white
wire down to his pocket they'd have the answer. An imports-
tion from Nuernberg, West Germany, the electric shaver op-t
erates on three small flashlight batteries cttied aW u ..h.ti,

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Nehru Begins ;
2-Doy Visit: V
In Finland :

HELSINKI TTlnlanrf .T.,n. 1o

(UP)-indlan Prime Minister Ja-

wan&rial Nehru began a two-day

wo mj iiwana yesteraay on

ma scaoainavian tour.

sang VWhy do I love thee," Ell
.joeth Garret Browning's so e n
to musicc, and the "Lord't

'raver,", by.Malotte, before the

ceremony, j .,
f Given in marriage by her fath father,
er, father, the bride wore a heavy white
cotton lace ballerina length gown,
Princess style and lined with white

cotton satin with a V-n e c k 1 i n e

front and bacx. and can sleeves

Her fingertip veil of illusion was

actacnea to a lace half-hat and
she wore white nylon cloves and

carried a white Rainbow Bible

adorned with white orchids aad

oaoy's breath and white stream

ers. tier oniv lewelrv was a nair

oi pean stua earrings. The wed

ding oress was made by the bride

L

iks mttrjiay WISNER SEAGERS. the former Miss Mararet Anne Kelley ahown ;-t !, wed wed-JiS3itook
JiS3itook wed-JiS3itook TolaSe to WaahingU. D.C., recenUy. The bride la the daughter of Mr., and
ThoSta H Keuly of Hendelsonvllle, North Carolina, formerly of Margarlto. ..I i

FRENCH AMBASSADOR WILL ENTERTAIN
rOJ orncERs or visiting warships
'"."Xlie French Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse will glTe
a' cocktail party on Friday at the Embassy residence In
honor of the offlcera of three French warships, which are
Aae to visit here.

r iiP-y--' xney avre t- vvuiuutcc,

," "Zinnia" and "Petunia."

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mum mmm

Ft. Kebbe Wlvea
Will Hener
Mrs. Frank Miller
The Ft. Kobbe Officers' Wives'

Gub will give a tea tomorrow
afternoon between 2:30 and 4:90

in honor or Mrs. Frame Miller,
wife of the Commanding Officer.
Tne tea -will be held at the Ft.
Kobbe Officers' Wives' Club.

Former Zonian
Marries -
In Washington, D.C.
In a km me but impressive cere

mony in M. Matthew's Cathedral

in Washington, D. v. recently
Miss Margaret' Anne ; Kelley.' be

PrtrzntC!:?rR3sh

Vh MnMit altar

-ran chasf. Oaatly
caraalarcb
diaaa atoaa aUa,
mArd imtt chaf a.

mmmmmm MIHCATII tQMII

son Ricki returned from.

Won in Boquete yesterday.

Fox-Rudee v

Weddins

At Balbea

Miss Marcia

Loreen Rudge,

The maid of honor wore a street

length dress of pale blue cotton

satin, cut on princess lines with

cap sleeves and flat bows of self

material on the front of the bo
dice. She wore white goves, a ban bandeau"
deau" bandeau" of blue and carriedva nose nosegay
gay nosegay of yellow carnations and blue
hydrangeas tied with yellow rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. .-....-.,

came the bride of Murray Wisner

oeagears oi AiDany, New York.:
The bride is the daughter of Mr.

ana rs, Thomas H. Kelley of

nenaersonviue. North rrniina

formerly of Margarita," C a n a i

one, ana was born and raisMt nri

the Canal Zone. The bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Ethel Wells

oi wasnincton. D. c. and Mr. C.Uv.

wu o. oeagears ot iiiast : wassau.
New York. . ; ',
The eeremony was 'performed by
the Reverend Joseph w. Hartman

of St. Matthew's Cathedral.

Given in tnarriaee bv her fath.

er, the bride was lovelv in a crown

'.LU. -.i!... .-

vi wmie eaun, me necK oeing em emphasized
phasized emphasized with T)arla km In lin.

medallions. The full skirt ended The junior bridesmaid was dress dress-in
in dress-in a chapel train. Her finger-tip ed in pale blue cotton-satin with
veil of illusion fell from a tiara fitted bodice, side gathered skirt
or., pearls and oranee bloasoma. which came to- a pleat in the back

She carried a bouquet of white sn was decorated with flat bows
rosebuds. - '. on the tack of the bodice," She

Miss Patricia Kellev of Hendcr- fiso wore white gloves,- a b 1 u e

sonville, North C a i o 1 i n a the bandeau and carried a nose-gay
hrMn'a ifai lof -yellow carnations and hlnn hv.

She wore a ballerina 1 e n g t h drangeas tied with yellow nbbonJ

guwu oi ice oiue nyion orcandv o-i

ver taffeta fashioned princess stvli. Ihe .mother of the bride, wore

with 'lace 'covering the u p o er reet length, nylon acetate, green

half of the bodice, and topped with an? pinK prm witn plain bodice,
a bow of fcylon in the hack, tw circular shirt, a pink flower-

headdress was a half hat and she ed hat -with black accessories. Her

earned a bouquet of pink roses, corsage was ot vanda orchids and
Bridesmaids were Miss Cathr. was made by Mr. N. M.' Elich a

lne Manush of Washincton. n r. mend of Mr. and Mrs. Fox. The

formerly of Balboa, Canal Zone, froom mother wore a street
and Miss Amber McGuire of Wash-leD8tn .P1 blue brocaded satin

inaton. D.C. Their eowna w r dress fashioned with a sheath

identical to that of the honor at. I front and flared fullaess in the

tendantr"and they carried bouauets baSk: Her accessories were pink

of yellow roses. -.n- ana ner corsage of vanda orchids

-.-I.;.' was aiso mane py Mrs. jcuicn.
Mr. M.' Thomas Sea-ar f

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m w uie onaegroom, was oest oraiea lor ine canaie-iignt cere cere-man.
man. cere-man. Ushers were Mr.Tbomas K.jmony by Louis Haseman, Jr. as

sisted by Tommy Smith. Nellie Hoi-

gerson and Sarah CoUihge. friends

ot tne bride ana groom, -w 1 1 n

standing baskets of white carna

tions and white agapanthus and ba

by's breath, standing candelabra

at the front and sides of the pews
and altar and lighted candles with
white carnations across the choii'

rail. The candles were lighted pri

or to the ceremony .by Mike

Kudge, brother of the bride, and

Steve Gorbam.

Kelley Jr. of Aususta. Georola

brother of the bride, and Mr. John

U. Wluiamson Of ArUneton. Vire-i,

nia. ..... . w :

The bride's mother wore a trnnn

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w. ugni grey nyion lace over pink

aaun wim matcmng pinK acces

sories. Thhe mother of the bride

groom chose- blue nylon silk or-

ganza with matching accessories

Both wore corsages of pink rose-

Presiding at the bride's book

was Miss Susanne Wells of Water-

town, New York. :; 'A reception at the Fort Amador

Alter me ceremonv. a retention nffintr'a r. uh fo owed th rem.

was held in the Oak Room of the Imonv. The bride's tahle. t covered

Arlington lowers, Arlington, Vir- with an Army-Navy Cloth, held a
guua, at which a delicious buffet centerpiece of white rosebuds and

luncheon was served. The buffet baby's breath in a silver contain-

taie was eenterd with an er. flanked bv tall taoers in silver

aiiracuve arranaemem of annns1 eandia atirka. Th wMiriin? ak

flowers. The three .tiered bride's served from a senkrate .-1 a b 1 e

cake, topped with a miniature which was covered with a' linen

Dnae ana groom, was placed on and lace cloth, was three tiered

anotner neautuullyv appointed ta- and decorated with silver leaves
ble". ; i" ? at Mand small- white ornamental doves

ror nonevmoon.' trio to Meii.lanri tnnnori with a imull hriHn and

CO CUV and AeaoulCO. the hridn crrnnm. Mrs. J. D. Tata ut anH

enpse e rencn grey tailored silk served the cake. Miss Dixie v Lee
SUlt With Which She WOra whita Ktniirinar uiaa in pharvn nf tha

wciuu corsage. - 1 bride a book,.

Klcnare Elsenmsnns. tv. v-ij. i. tum avandiaiiahtav

-1- l A HQ Ma 'D mi S- Buu.imu a4avxa.

"v r.r"? 0f ur, and Mrs. Hermanus Kleef-

jir. ana WK.tuehara and their kens, now retired and living in

a Vaca-jTampa. Florida. She was born in

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MR. AND MRS. GERALD F. FOX whose marriage took place at the Union Church on Monday
evening. Mrs. Fox Is the former Miss Marcia Rudge; daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Daniel H.
Rudge of Balboa: Mr. Fox is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Fox of Balboa. ,

Truck Driver Kills

Two, Wounds One

the Canal Zone, attended school on

Yashon Island, Washington, before
returning to the Canal Zone where

she was graduated from Cistobal
High School She attended Canal
Zone Junior College for one year

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and is-now in nurse's training, at
Hu B,Ibo.. ,nd Mr. Ge- Jackson Memorial Hospital, Mia-

i a,u x i ui. auu vi jur. aiiu mra. mL i londa..
Gerald J. Fox alio of Balboa, IT

were married at a double ring Mr. Fox was born in Ulinois and

service ai uie uainoa union came to the Canal Zone as a
Church on Monday evening. The small ehild. attended Canal Zone

"awavr w. oisen, pastor of schools, graduaUng from Balboa
the Church, was the officiating Hie-h School and the Canal Zone

clergyman. r" Junior College. Her served two

iu uiiuc a ueuuamv waiihnm in tha lis Naw and la nnw

in.. t. tv. :j ijv. . .

iuua iiaiicy iuroer, uijiu m non- attending EmDry Kiddie scnool

ot, ar taaisa asroara Kuoge sis- of AviaUon, Miami, Florida.

ier ui me ui iuc, junior d r I a a-

In Shoofinq Spree
WHEELINOW.' Va.- June 19

(UP)--A 30-year-oia wucsv onv- Pojice today poited around-the

cr uuea -'ciock ouara over tne isil cell nf

riousiy wounaea iiutun iici.ja petite 20-year-old girl who cap

Monday night', in a- eersericiitnred a police sution atun point.

snootmir spree prompiea ny me me gin,, vman Masters- ac-

belief his two children were to complished what veteran gunmen

h taken froth him. j

i Police said Thomas Cronk kill killed
ed killed James Mitcham, 45, a Wheel-ine-
contractor, and his Wife's

half-sister, Donna Mitcham, 6,
and seriously wounded Alex Tal-

Cops Post Around-The-Clock
G uard To Quell G al RqncHef

orchyk, 35, with ft 57 Magnum
pistol m the fit of anger, (.'
They said Cronk shot dowa
the trio as thev entered his home

while his terrified wife, Shirley,
20, and hla two. children, looked
on. .... ., ', y-

Mm rronk said cronk leveled

the gun at her. but the pistol j

NEWTON, N.J. June 19. (UP) licemen" slangulge means '"'Come

10 neaaquarters 'immediately:
Patrolmen a. Anthony Dyda and
Clarence Friendland rushed to the
stattonr-Tiydarrwent' in,f leaving
Friendland outside. -'
Miss Masters covured Dvda wlik

the gun and disarmed him She
told Dyda to bring in". Patrolman
Charles Young, -who arrested her
a month ago for driving through

a stop signal. -

Friendland heard :Miss "MasWs

order Dyda to drob his pun.,H

yelled at her. As she swune a.

round, Knoll and Dyda .jumped

ner ana wrencnea loose -the shot

gun.
.The Policemen took no rrhanr

head. t with the intruder, who weiehs 120

Knoll had reason to believe that pounds. They slapped handcuffs on"

would tremble to think about. She

stands 3 feet 5 inches. .!- ,.
' Miss Masters, brooding about a
$40 traffic fine she had been forc forced
ed forced to pay, invaded the station ear early
ly early Sunday determined to get even

with, police,

Brandishing a 12 gauge' shot shotgun,
gun, shotgun, the dungaree clad girl held

Patrolman- William L. Knoll cap-
flue fnv as Kilf 1A mini it a tKaa ffun

pointed straight at the policeman's I

if the shotgun went off, it would

hit its mark. Miss Masters, a mink

, v.. nulled an mar. iss masiers, a mini
tl wsiiS Z b'" he P i rancher, has a widespread reputa-

the tritreer.

The distraught motner

told

maid. Best man for the groom

was Ms father, Mr. Gerald if Fox,
and ushers were the Messrs, Jack
Corrigan and Joe Oliver. -

The organist. Mrs. Charier R.

McGimsey, played a group of pre pre-nuptial
nuptial pre-nuptial selections; the wedding
muse and accompanied' the solo

ist, Mrs. spencer B. Smith, who

The young couple wilt return

from a short wedding trip to San

ta Clara en Thursday and will

leave for Florida on Monday. They

will be at home at MS San Este-

ban Steet,. Coral Gables, Florida.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE I)

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police Cronk angrily stalked in into
to into their South Wheeling apart

ment after learning she had ap

pealed to the Ohio County pros prosecutor
ecutor prosecutor for assistance In stopping
Cronk's recent heavy drinking.
She said during an argument
that followed, cronk expressed a
belief Mitcham was coming to
to Ira tha rhllriran iwV. She said

when her father, half-sister and jers undoing,

Talorchyk entered me apart-,
ment Cronk went to hla gun cab-j

lnet and took out the Pistol wits

the explanation, "111 Just have
to shoot tha whole bunch of

you."
She said her father had ac

tualiy come to show her hla new

car. ; .

tion as a marksman and bags a

deer almost every year.
A radio call came infronr a pa

trol car. The girl gunman told

Knott" to ignore it.

Knoll finally persuaded, her that

if be didn t answer-the call the

reporting policemen would become
suspicious.
'Signal 24." Knoll droned -into

the police radio. - -- 1

That was eventually miss am-

"Signal 24" in po-

Makes Angels

out of cranky babies 1

'Out Our Way;

Creator Dies ;;
After Operation

PASADENA.

her.

If a friend Invites' vou t' a.

Calif, June 19 Iwge party and you have a

(UP) J.R. Williams, creator of house guest you might ask If 11

the panel cartoon "Out Our Way'
died Monday night at Huntinc

ton Memorial Hospital H was
69. .- r. n .

He had suffered a relapse fol

lowing a recent operatloa and
was returned to the hospital last
weke. A heart condition compli complicated
cated complicated by the post-operative
condition was assigned as cause

of death. v r-s .; I

would be all right to bring the
guest But if you are invited to a

small party or to a sit-down
meal, better decline the invita invitation,
tion, invitation, m. such, cases, an extra
person might not fit into Uie
group or might make one guest
too many at the hostess' table.
Use yeur ewe judgmeet in da da-elding
elding da-elding whether er eot an extra
geest would be a problem. y

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is 75 cents, and there will be mu-
.O.t.
1 1 ..i n; '...ill Ha nnpn.
i a lonrinp ina kma
. mi.i... ... n at ; COlDSn
Mbtora Inc., I.I Maduro Jr., the
El Panama Cabana Club omce
j swIm.-1 fihnn fit the. 0-
tel: :eSf
.Girls' Stat. '
Benefit; At P ;v
"'J1, .iL ..-Variety Show
tomorrow night at Balboo Gym
... .--.j i.i.i ctoto -Iiocal taiem
Saded by he Herdettnd Dunn
Dance Team will be featured in
r;a'T ...u:w is scheduled to
uie snow, i"v "i
!?.- nm. Admission
$100 per couple or 50 cents; per
person. .( j t
Kielhofer v 'l'
Entertain' ' 1
For Miss Wagner ViJhl:
Mr. and Mrs. ?VfZ
f er were hosts at a-dinntr
theU residence in Ancon on M on on-day
day on-day evening in honor of Miss
&e Wagner who arrived tort
day-from College in the States
iJLt with the euest of honor
,'were the Kielhofer' two children,
Robert and tynn, mrs. juhu vi
and ber son John and Mr. and
Mr. Walter Wagner and their sec
ond daughter baran Ann, a
By OSWALD JAtUD I
Written for NBA: Service'
NOKTH (D) 1
A "A Q J 7 4 's
VKQ82 ?.
75 'vJ
; (
EAST
WEST i
4b 2
961
V, e) J103J
J4J
K K 10 S 3
SOUTH -alll
"
VAJ10S
.1? s5
A ,K
a a ota
No one vulnejrabla
a flovi
1 A
Paw IV
Pass f
' Pass
Pass
Pati f Past '.V
i it wpvning mo a
K South'! play had bee' m
afj-ontr at hia hiddine he would
have made his ambitious slam
contract. lt' see how aoutn
, want, wrnnff
, He won the opening diamond
lead with the ace,; drew three
rounds of trumps and led a spade
rinTnmv'a 1arlt. When that
card held South thought he was
home. He returned to nis nana
with the ace of clubs and led a
aecond anade. Dummy's aueen
held that trick but when East
was so unkind as to show out
finufh mrt .n trn riowl One trick.
.The way South played the
the club finesse. ;He would not
have needed it had spades bro-
ken three-twp.:'.
. The correct play was to rind
out about the spades before it
became necessary to lead a club.
South, should have done, this b
taking the spade finesse at trick
two. Then he 'could have played
the three rounds of trumps and
taken the second spade : finesse.
This would have shown the bad
break in spades and South would
see that he would need the club
- finesse also. He-would have grit-
.A KfB uth and tAkpn it.
After that worked he would
lead a padr 1 to dummy'a ace
and trump a fourth spade- with
hi last trump. The ace of clubs
' would be played and a club rut

wouia oe pjeu uiu contriDutea f4is,47i o missioua,
, led. Dummy's fifth spade would education and other World Serr Serr-nroduca
nroduca Serr-nroduca the twelfth trick and Brc.ieta. and 10.478.638 for

produce the twelfth trick
tne siam wouia oe noun. -
J:c!:cy Quiz Vhlz r
Uds U!2sl Lcol
Pul In trail Fend ;
' war VMir '-Ti it nrs
t't" i v iv iv, f
TVn Tlill P.irum fit PiSfln.l
"c" V i.'-
$142,000 Sunday night wnea be
tied two haUengers on
, xeiev-
Sion quia program

V" Manna .l.MArtM in S KOna COBteSk

laree- af his two nrites woa last
rrirun aKra inn ui.tMf. wc
niglit U1 ID SM.IW nauene

wouldnt follow -$106,000 of, hispublic relaUons consultant ral-

earlier winnings which be said
was spent on antique furniture,
psmtinfs. a home, foreiga ,erf
sni a 50-foot yacht '
The 3-year-old jockey and his
.ehsllenger, Larry Rivers, aa ar artist
tist artist from Southampton N. Y-,
each woa $22,000 for correctly an answering
swering answering an U-part "Modern Art"
ejuestmn. Peara tentatively won
an adrtttional $4,000 when be tied
with Mrs. Jan Wilson, a htw
York City fcousewife, mode! and
artist ta a "Renaissance Art", ca category.
tegory. category. -
P'lr-aon (.aid $A4.000 be tad woa
' i

f i 1 i -'- is rpciT.e e'tvo Jewelry stares in Indians --
-.i iui t-t t latest 'cK. Ttn wi:i cwpete a gala
f U ;.t u i trust faoi inext week at $1,000 a point

Each aetlce for inclution la Ikn
column should be submittaa' m
type-written- form and mailed
the box -number listed daily "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherwise," r delivered
v hand to the office., Notices of
'mattings cannot bo accaotod b
telephone. ,
Pan-American ?J ,", ...s .;.
Festival 'Chorus '
Maata Tmrriu s v
' The Pan-American Festival Chor
us will meet tomorrow evening at
73n n m in tha auditorium of the
IUSO-JWB Building, La Boca Rd..
uawoa. worK win continue on me
Snanish and Enelish music and a
cordial .invitation is extended to
all residents of the Isthmus to
join with this group. Service Per
sonnel ana ail aauit memoers ,u
their ftmiHes are welcome.
National Sojourners
Meet- At Albrook
Pinima Phnntor TJns !Ui. Nation.
al Sojourners, will meet this,: eve
ning ; at tne Aiuroon wuicei-s
r.hih at T n.m. Guest sneaker for
rha ovpninff will hn Mr. J tTTV
James of the U.S. Embassy, Dress
win De coat ana ue. ,
Girl Scout
Meeting
At Little House
v ..s

airrMIt 0rS1Aa irA' SKk-Ail trt Tllftetl..:. ?: ,na vxlAinnrt v nntir-VAll.l

les are-asked to meet vja siiaey was playing :now-you-
afternoon at 2 p.m. .at gee.me-now-you-don't in al court-
i Little House to-sign room scxm., One of ; those, "'au
badges they wish to;tnentic transparent-bbdied ghosts,

on ; Fridav
the Balboa
tin f nr. the
earn, during vacation.
Paralso Civic
Council
Th( Paralso
. ., ...
Civic Council will
evening in the
maoft 1 trnnnrrnw
music room of the Paralso High
School. Report from tne commit committee
tee committee on the revision of Hhe Consti Constitution,
tution, Constitution, congress meeting, and oth other
er other reports will be discussed.
; The meeting begins at 7;30 p.m.
Melhodisl Church
Gives Unique Honor
To Woman Minister
'-TT.IWTI Tun 10 fTtPl
Miss Ruth Roger,.the first wom
an minister aomittea "on tnnr tnnr-to
to tnnr-to the North Georgia Conference
of tne Metnoaist cnurcn, roaay
accepted "the appointment with
"humility."- ';,-, ..?
npoK
had an opportunity my heart
was too run,- sne saia aiier uw
innniinMmHt at. thn annual
conference meeting here.' Twen
ty maie ministers were aammea
Hfor similar two-year "probatloA"
penoas. 'i iif r? s
f print, tha i-'hftllano'a tit ha-
lnff "on trial' with humility,- the
R9aa.rn1rl '' woman minister
said. 'l desire to point many to;
the Cross as a faithful minister
of Christ' Gospel.", f'.-. -,
Miss Roarers' a srraduate of the
University pf Georgia, is pastor
of Hyatt Memorial Church. in
Atlanta,. ; .., '..
Bishop Arthur J. Moore

tvia i 9fu iaiarmtaa to t.h meet-ivmi

in. i woman la nerson with
the same rights as anyone else
It Is tragic it has taken us so
long to a ami i a womaa. ;
"The Rev. Charles Clegg of
Young Harri reported that
Methodist Men's clubs have in increased
creased increased in the conference with
32 new organizations, during the
past year. ,.. j .,.,' r.
TV. tw nnmer Brownlow Of
Stone Mountain said the confer confer-anra
anra confer-anra had oversubscribed its con
tributions to the World Service
program of the cnurcn oy more
than $13,000. The conference
contributed $419,471 to missions,
all purposes. ;
TV Quiz Ccnlsslinl
Boosts Earnfnoj
UpTo $1C3,C:3
? SIW TUKK, June i tun
. j V. VI,
NEW YORK, June 19 (CP)
TV qui show earning to $108.-1
" BlAt aefeaUnr,l
ppponanj wound op dead-
.
an Indiana Jeweier
Bloomgarden, 28," a 'NewTork
, wiia u lati rtn pnnni ninL i bj i
lied to-defeat his first opponent, I
rvtm-tanav HfmmWST. a Btlvat I
tutor from waUlntford, Connt
after both missed thflr first I
ouestloa 0 Abraham Llncola on J
-Twenty-One'' x I
Playing at $500 a point, Bloom-
pardf n scored a 11-11 victory 'I
over Hemenway by correctly aa-
swering a 11-point rjuestioa on'
famotjs pairs and a 10-potr.tr e I
mhnlntrv n added $5,000 to I
$103,000 he had woa i prtvwus
appearances. I
KiOOrr cs.ro r ra uw iwt
lit. a f k. W aaia aa. aj-aai aaaa a

FATHER'S DAY PROGRAM Governor W. E. Potter Congratulates -members' of the Club Altamlra' at the fourth ,annuarF
ther Day program held Sunday afternoon, at Paralso Theatre.. The Governor delivered a-special message at. the program.

MdYlES TV RADIO :
by iErskin Johntoh"

i TrnT T Vwnnn (nkav. Hnuv
ivnn oAi.id ritfht throueh her.
i You've seen, the trick countless
fma at th mftvips. : And DrobS-
bly seen through it by now if
you are a sophisticated movie-
oer uut tmg was television
'Live From Hollywood!" the
annnunrer had said only a few
moments before about the show.:
Tr imnn.sible! But Sylvia s
Christ was tnere and she wasn't
a birea : aouDie. iou cu
through bodies in Hollywood even
if you sometimes can aea mrous"
their, words or actions i K
tub' err mb was Bfoof that
Ithese days TV is giving the mo mo-v
v mo-v es competition in backstage ma magic;
gic; magic; toow Live migic Movie stu-
Uios are -suu tne cnampi mi -ing
audiences, but TV's magic1 is
u... litfl mnra aneciaL .XK
It has to' be accomplished witn-
.1 ... nf m TVi atasfe
rather than at the convenience f
the cameraman, the director ? ex
me Ilim u ui-ra. : ,i : ;
- With i TV'a rea lignts speuuiK
. vn. th. Air the video wana
the one and only, cue. There can
be no retakes en live v magic
act.
'i Hi;
There's no" Emmy for live ; TV
special effects, but maybe there
hmiM ha one. next year for the
-iv tit SvliHa'a (host on t TS-
ant "Climax" show wuea ine
(M Hr.n nn CBS-TV.
u..K. vah tne ttrosram
jtAmjw j
ill atill Hraiminff sbOOt
1 it .Minn ini. ii you

toldlHMn-t iM'thi show, let me tell

it was the most eyebrow-lut
in niece of business i ve e ver
seen on. live TV.
e'crina T HI HORRIFIED
eyes of Leif Erickson, the ghost
mnwr of a courtroom, near: a
ui.. vifinatfannarea ui u v
spectator to mocsJ him
aa no
tried to explain hewas tanocent-
ly accused of murder. The ghost
suddenly appeared, then faded a
way to nothing, leaving only the
empty corner of the room and the
inntm v iuucucui t.aaaa
spectator. 1
Here's how K wss done and
k. . a p to the auesuon.
u
"Which twin had the ghost 7
a clue.
iorner U the .. e Vr t-
First a

Virafuiw dunUeated iah Nell's owner, Jake senwarw senwarw-221
221 senwarw-221 ffilllbffiM aattd with luring

exact detail. SeaU for the
room'j spectators ?t
carefully

VE NOV HAVE ON SALE
A NICE ASSORTMENT OF

.

ROYAL D0ULT0N

-FIGURINES AND TOBY JUGS- I

THE FRENCH DAZAAR

The Most TdktdUbput Gift Store

Oh Ths Isthmus' -t'
'
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e t v
J U AN'P AlO Ml i

COLON
L

m

WW;.
tmamea in laenucai rtmttinn in tn
'Two TV cameras -were stat
ed in ildentical corresponding
sitions so they, would show ex;
ly 'the i same scene from exai
'Turn TV
station-
po
exact-
exactly
the.: same angle.
T1iaiil..aniai 4f aI .hane
eiaavsj vnuio IUC VllVs.ClaaMDliayrc
ly trickery. A pair of twins, Caryl
auu ouhu vuiAiuauu, were uress uress-ed
ed uress-ed identically and carefully- posed
in identical nositions in the chairs
m ine ioregrounas ot ue t w o
scenes..;' "i t".'f;'!:"- z'
THEM IT WAS almta. R
raH thia alnarlv..,Tha niMnra ahkur.
ling the empty corner, with only
one oi ue voixmann xwms -'as
spectator, was nut on the air.
wnen tne airector wanted tne
0hnat"- tA annaaa ha ant' tit tha
second camera, showing the other
Vnllrmann itvin in-, tha 4 mnriwr
with Miss Sidney actually; stand
ing mere." . t
i When the "director wanted the
fhost to fade out., ha sfraduallv
faded out the 1 camera showing
the scene Sylvia was in, As be
faded in the duplicate corner, the
counrwm graauauy a p pea re a
through Sylvia's body as though
sne were transparent. ;
. .. ". .. .....
CaaV Ann flnn't tan wia vniiv
TV acreen has ghosts because the
repairman is o v a r a u e. xnis
"ghosf was an expensive one
; Heee I haven't confute: '. vout
ell,.---.'.- .iA.,,, :
18-Ycar-0ld Mare
CbHapsesDies
From Heat Wave ;
wrw tobk. June 19 iraVL.
An 18-year-oia mare namea Neu
was a yictlm of the heat, wave
today. ' v v3 ,. ;.:!
, Nell was pulling- a Junk wagon
Lnllsnaeri In the street. Her own
on uie tower Kast eiae, wow
aa la ft laK.nh hut faa-fram
aegerte(L
,
"
pedestrians turned on. a hy-
rrn sa li im,iim ui
ana formed a towel bri-
gade te tppiy aid cioths to the
gasping mare.
.
Vnllra aant for' nvcnta Of the
ASPCA. who found the mare too
IaX gone mi aavv. auci auw u
JJ ,P
a vehicle anattended.
)
I
I
COLOM"
J

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f 'x' ir '
iimm im i r )rwrmM,--mM, t iiaaldV". a

CERTIFICATE AWASDED -11.'; H.J Oarpttiterceiichief
ot 'the maintenance" .division, Quartermaster 'sections presents
a t Department tf the Army suggestion ; award- .certificate: to
Mrs Bevllle ;3M Brigman (rights J. maintenance' division, to ;
ceremonies held 'recently at' Corozal. 'Mrs; Brlgmati's -sugges-'tlonwas
for a pre-prlnted form letter to be Aised by Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster maintenance section in connection with work orders
1 deadlihHi due to non-avallabillty ot. parts. booking on at left
is Martin Spi aks, of the "' maintenance division also, who re-

for' his superior work as office appliance -equipment repairer
::fOf tha marlnit- Jiilw lOKHtn Jnlw 10A TT S lm, Phtl -C

" " '
CO MING
. .- i -.
.tlrles, one vegetable, aatad
r
Simui fiarward and Kirk
SECRET AFFAIR and It's the
eeniediee grew So this
v AT THE CENTRAL.
Panama A

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Ci FILL YOUR NEEDS!

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1
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' v... I i a -a- a t.i I
Or ST. L0UI5"
i SIRLOIN J STEAK I
Wf atamjarxf ajal ) AnlAfl alt
n.. ai.. ....K1a
, Biw ", cn
X
Deagiae are baling a 'TOP
fannies lovl-maklng sdnee
wonderful picture tomorrow
--y.-i I
merican

WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP)
A House Appropriations subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, in a move to ward off a

threatened, cutback in mail serv
ice July 1, yesterday approved a
133 million dollars supplemental
fund for the. Post Office Depart
ment. i , "-
The amount was $16,500,000 lets
than Postmaster General Arthur
E. Summerfield had asked 1o
forestall another series of service
cuts, includme the closing of all
post offices- on Saturdays and
suspension of Saturday deliveries.
There was no official announce
ment of the action but subcom
mittee members confirmed it pri
vately. They said, they expected
that Summerfield would be able
to absorb the relatively small cut
without making any reduction in
service.
The full House Appropriations
Committee will consider the sub
committee's recommendation Fri Friday
day Friday and is expected to approve
it. The measure also must clear
the House and Senate.
The new funds would be In
addition tn 13192O00.000 which
Congress already has provided to
.ficaal vanr tiaffinninff -Till V" 1 Sum
merfield said the original allow
ance was not enougn, ,.
He said that unless he got the
extra funds he would have to
purtail nnstal service as he did
briefly in April during an earlier
money crisis. At tnat ume, con con-crraafi
crraafi con-crraafi oava $Summerfield 41 mil-
linn dollars of the 47 million he
requested and he promptly re
stored iuii service.
rnmmltfpit memberi said that
if Summerfield cannot get along
with the supplemental amount
voted today, it will be up to mm
to decide what economies to
make..
Summerftalrl'l rtOKIt last
wair for $149,500,000 in extra
funds was a followup of Presi
dent Eisennowers -wgeni, re request
quest request to Congress June 3. Eisen Eisen-knwaa
knwaa Eisen-knwaa aid th mnnev was needed
because of a sharp Increase in
mail volume.
,)-.- )',
finmmarfiald aceordinc to sub
committee sources, had said he
would put tnese cuioacas uiw
effect u the money was not
provided; & i
). . v. .j i. . ... ... ...
Va Xatorda mafl doltvarlasr nn
Saturday-- service at -first and
"wansoir
BONED CHICKEN
AR moot, ready to oart.Mt
n of saony ne Seanssn
foodbl You know they're gowl
boeaus they're Mode by the
soakers Campbell's loop.
looKFOR StYANSOH
toooi rata QUALITT
99 pmm
A" LUXURY 50AP!
UAUTmJU PACKAGED
MAJA s certtwfig looa orTen
lelighrrwi bowry Srotnnl lo lb
rpliisl lovely worn
Tne frogromce tophihcotd a"d
lingenea, reflecting el
yjtr end eicftmn-J SMy
, Spot
Jtepresentatre : -J.
RUIZ ALTARE2
P. O. Box li. Paaajna.

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TV

t a

second class post offices ; no In Inauguration
auguration Inauguration of new- services p a halt
in money order sales i and curtail

ment ol rural star .routes.
OOH,
WHAT
SPEED
WHAT
FLAVOUR
i.-i-
Get ready for ft teal areatt
, Inst add 2 boa pina tea ayoeee
ol rich QU1K BoWer.-s)
, year glass of cold snilk-tir
"eod- lrink cbacoastyg
- chocolate lavear 11 tbe
YotTl love the way-OUOt
mixes iastasuly witaeat
beetiog or bother. Make a
wondtrfoi bot ddak, torn
JYoor grocer baa it aed it's
ecoaoaaicaL GetJUIIC :
today aa4 sreat-tieslaaaily.
; WtTM THAT FAJslcXfV
SWtJS CHOCOUTI flAYCVJ'

SUPERB' -yiZ
CHOCOLATY vVf

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PAGE SIX.

THE PANAMA, AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1357

L17AYS FOESII- ALWAYS REFRESHING

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Panama Lino
Golllngo
Twelve rtprcseuUiIes ol tlie
Government accounting ittjice in

HasniiiKiMu, i. c wiiu am vuiu-

Ug to Uits caual oue 1O1' tue an annual
nual annual Manama eanai auau, are a a-monc
monc a-monc toe Us passengers tupecisu
to vail win new ton 'mesuay
tar Cristobal.
Also lucuaued on the advance
passenger list for Cristobal are
awaru M. tfrowder jr., Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Director ot the Engineering

ana Construction Uureau, accom accompanied
panied accompanied oy trs. urowuer anu their
on: ana Mrs. Marv Dooian. wile

; at awara A. Dooiau, fersoniiel

Director.
iuteen passenger are booked
to sau tor x-ort-au-rruice, haiti.
Ine complete advance passeng passenger'
er' passenger' list for Cristobal follows-
;. i
Miss Dorothy Alvard; Mr. and
Mrs Howaru U A.naerson; Miss
' Eleanare .Anderson; Michael A.
Aruse Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore H. Bauer and son; Mr. Wal Walter
ter Walter S. Benny Jr.J .Mr. and Mrs.
Waiter E, Benny; Miss Kebecca
G. Bernhartr Mr. fend Mrs. Rich Richard
ard Richard A. Bolton? Mt. nd Mrs. Lean
dcr P. Bonncll; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward M. Urowder Jr and son;
Mrs. baiita i......; itosario

Carles and daughter; Mrs. Nina

Carvajil and two children; Mrs.
Judith Chambonnet; Miss Gracie-
la Chamboonet; Miss Berta Cham-i

Donnet; iar. .Leo cnesier; Mrs.
Laura A.- Clarke: Mr.- and Mrs.

Daqald C Clement and two chil

dren: Mrs, Elizabeth S. Coleman:

Ms G. Davison; Mr. Schuyler

Day; iss Aaeiaiae ue Loca; mi.
Albert 1. Deutsch; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Donaldson and three

children: Mrs. Mary P. Dooiau:

Mr. 'Arn B. Drewsen; Mr. and
Mrs Arthur Duswalt; Mr. and

Mrs. Gerard Duval; Mr. S. Duval;
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas L. Ferry;
Dr. and Mrs. Alfredo Figueroa;
Mr Noah Flidman; and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Frawley Jr.

.Mrs. Emma P. Gonzales and

twe children; Miss Irene Gonza Gonzales;
les; Gonzales; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Greig;
Mr. Elry M. Groves; Mr. and
Mrs. Rodolfo Guillen; Mr. Morris
Harart; Mr. Sioa G. Harari; Mr.

m. Vj wwmam
Robert Jaros; Mr. aid Mrs. Ar

chie B. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. G.
K. Kershaw: Mr. Robert Les-

aiack; Miss Doris Lighty; Mr Rob

ert uigan; nr. ana airs, uorne uorne-liuk
liuk uorne-liuk S. McCoraack; Miss Rita

ana Mrs. Bryan

son; Mr. and Mrs.'

High Offers Made
By Singh, Lalli
In CZ Bidding

Atom Era Holdup
Man Reverts To
Stone Age Acts

WTTOTinTA. N.Y.. June 19 (W?)

A high lumo sum offer of $9,-! in tomic era holdun man rfr

743 was made by Chain Singh for verted to the stone age today. He

trie purcnase, demolition ana re- i held up a liquor store while armed

MareotU; Mr.
W Marcer and

moval of 19 miscellaneous build'

lag located on both sides of the

isthmus, a lib crane, a travel

plant and some fencing. At the
same time a high offer of $2,000

was made by B. S. LalU for the

purchase of an old Maintenance
Division building In Cristobal
Bids on the various buildings
were opened this morning In the
Board Room of the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights.

The bulldintts on which Singh

made' the high offer Included

several located la the Balboa In

dustrial Area; twd structures la
the Balboa Oil Tank Farm area;

a gasoline storage snea in tne

former Maintenance Division

yard at Corozo Street; a rail railroad
road railroad waiting' shed at Summit;

the former service center Buiia Buiia-ing
ing Buiia-ing at Camp Bierd; and two
buildings on Tobago Street In
CriatobaL

Included In his offer was, $4,-

598 for the purchase of tne Gam

boa gravel plant which takes In

the tail tower, tne control nouse,
a steel mast, the screening and

washing structure, a storage snea

ana a spur or rauroaa iracx.

only with a rock.

- Police said George E. Engelke.

New York City, entered a liquor

store" in this Long Island comma

nitv yesterday and brandished a

rock at clerk Mrs. Gertrude Niel Nielsen.
sen. Nielsen. ;,.

"t want vour money and don't

get funny," h, said.
i -"S, 'i
Mrr. Nielsen screamed, and En-

ci.lk hit her on the head with his

fist-sized rock He scooped $36

from the cash register and fled.

Police and a passerby chased tne

holdup man and seized tun aooui

a quarter oi a mae away.
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It took eight stitches to close

Mrs. Nielsen's scalp,

Glenn A. Middleton; Mr. MsxiraU MsxiraU-ian
ian MsxiraU-ian Miletsky; Miss Frances Mor Morris;
ris; Morris; .Mr. Bruce R. Newhard; Mr.
and .Mrs. Carl N. Nix; And Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Ohi.
Mr.! and Mrs. Harry W.'. Paine;
Mr, and Mrs. John N. Pannullo
Jr.; Mr. and Mrs F Pechette;
Mr. Edward 1 T. Phflpitt; Mr.
Charles A. Pistole; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald C. Pullen and two children;

Mr. Benedetto Quattrociocchi; M
H. Westcott Roach: Mr. G. Ernest

Rodriguez; Mr. and Mrs. Francis
X. SchJoeder and two children;

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Slutsky; Mr

Hasel Soderberg; Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis C. Soper and daughter; MT.
and Mrs. William H. Staats; Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph E. Stansbury and
son; Mrs. Hester Stansbury; Mrs.
H. J .Sullivan; Mr. Michael W
taylor: Mr Frank G. Totbi Mrs.

Marguerite Tribe; Mr Louis Tu-

man; Mr. and Mrs. waiter v. un
derwood; Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Urrotia; and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Leonard
nard Leonard WoHonL

l!dn-Filf:r Sir.c!cc$
To Cos? An?:nccn$
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NEW YORK, June 0 (UP) A A-mericana
mericana A-mericana will r pay-, a cent a pack
more for non-filter tip cigarettes.
Five major' tobacco companies
raised wholesale prices 35 eents
a thousand Monday, which works
out to around one cent a pack at
retail. The increases probably will
be .passed, along to consumers.
Thu increases, announced by

American Tobacco Co., R.J. Rey

nolds Tobacco Co., uggen ana
Myers, P. Lorillard and Co., and
ohiiin Mnrri da not affect filter

tip branas maae Dy wese um

rh. nWna HtpB were blamed on

rising costs or iodbcco, imuvi

advertlsinr:
The new wholesale prices are
$8.45 per thousand for regular size
.in...! ia 2 Mf cent for cash

payment, and $8.90 per thousand,
less the same cash discount, for
king size brands. Filter tip brands
remained unchanged at $9 a thou-,
sand, .. "i

Tanker, Freighter
Crash, Bum In Fog
Off French Coast
BREST, France, June 19 (UP)

An American tanker and a

Greek freighter crashed togeth

er In dense fog off the rocky
coast of France today. Both ships
were reported burning jfiercely,
and loss of life was feared high.

Emergency radio reports

crackling; Into marine stations on

the French, Dutch and, English

coasts Indicated eight to ten

dead and 14 or more, missing
from the 77 men aboard both

ships. A British report said "at
least 14" were mlssinsr from the

American vessel alone. -The
shins were the 10508-ton

tanker Stony point, owned by

the United States Petroleum
Carriers, Inc., of New York, with
41 crewmen aboard, and the 9,-S45-ton
creek freighter loannis
with SO men aboard. Initial re

ports saia tne tsiony jttuni was
linking."
Th earhr morntnar crash oc

curred SO miles from Brest and
15 miles off wlssant, a rocky
peninsula -' stretching out from
the Breton coast and known as
"the sailors graveyard Fisher Fishermen
men Fishermen there have a saying "he
who sees Wlssant drinks his won
blood." M -M
An lhternattonaTmrmada -of
rescue ships Including the luxu

ry Jlner .America converged o
the disaster scene with doctors
and medical supplies. But fog

patches hampered aerial rescue

attempts ana may nave aaaea to

the death toll.

Scout

Attention Atlantic Sldersll

Register for Camp Ten Trees
Brownie Day Camp. Registration

blanks available Friday morning
s to 11 a.m. at Marsarlta Girl

scout house opposite tennla

courts. Fee $2.50 will cover

transDortatioa.. insurance, pro

gram material, eookoute and bev

erages. A new vanea program
being offered dally.
Camping Is the outing In
Scouting. Scouting at Its most
Interesting and fun-affording

beat, see vou In Cams Ten-

Treea. Brownies. June 24 through

29 from ua s at ron ouuea.

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WIHHFDC UJ tho89 who ha(' been marr'e(' the longest, and shortest 'periods. Shown left to right: Mrs.
-ill ii ";1Marene Yeatts; MSgt' Norwood vYeattsr who had been married the shortest period;. Mrs.
MARRJAGE J-" Barber, Entertainment Committee of the NCO Wives Club; MSgt. Carl A, Berg; and I,
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MARMOSETS
Nancy Cpsgrove" bids her
marmosets "Cbrgas. 1 and"
"Chlcl'; goodByt at she gets
read ( to. part with them.
Nancy' will leave the ; Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, next week when her pa parents
rents parents Dr. and Mrs.' Gerald
Cosgrove and the rest' of the
family: depart for their new
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" 7nnMFR " 4 Pr,!d8nt Nancy Cosgrove who will be leaving the Isthmus next week. The
. Zoomers Club consists cf a group' of children who live ion A neon Hill.. Their
; CHEW ;EM UP '. r program Includes playacting, first aid courses, calisthenics-and fun. Their ysH
Is 'B'g dog, little dog, fleppy'-eared pup," come on Zoomers, chew 'em yp.n From left to right are Rene Ssrgtn
Marnie Bruee, Christian Hirschman, Mary Cosgroves and Sue Hartman. In the background MichasI Bruoe and Da David
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JAMdOKCC JV.UU I J "fjnai departure plans with 27 members of the Canal Zone delegation to the National

Jamboree at Valley Forge, Penn.Jho Canal Zone Scouts attending are Gary Irving

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MAW TLArO y. v nnH -re,,;!, MrLnH. nf Troon 1 : Jerra Arias. Leo Triiiillo, Patrick Truiillo, Vito Tru-

jille, and Rudolph Burda, Troop 3; Ronald Nessler' and Ralph Clazer,, Troop A; Robert Arthur, Lloyd Brown, Da-
vld Dunlap, F.' Hernandez, J. Rjrschman, Qouglas ;MaJor, P?ter Smithy Peter Thibodeau, Peter Denton, Peter,
I Richard, and; Walter Dryja, Jr.; Troop 5; Llewellyn Zent of Troop 7? Randy Cangle and Rudolph Cangle, Ship 8
l( William Fusselman, Michael McBride and William Hadarits, Ship 9r Jan Dykhuis and Paul McBride, Troop 17;
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L Dalton; Nick L. Olson,
Dept. Comdr., American Le-'
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W., : Post Comdr Post No.
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lain, Chaplain, B. P. 0. E. and SSgt,
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By FRED DOWN

h NEW YORK, June 18 (UP) Bobby Shantz, the
'jtfew York Yankees' 142-pound pitching giant, owns

an 8-1 record and 1.86 earned run average today that

make him the No. 1 pitcher in major league baseball

' b Shantz, showing the same form
' that made him the American
I League's most valuable player in
1952, turned in his seventh straight
victory last night when he beat
' the Detroit Tigers, 2-1, to move the
YankeeR within 2 1-2 games of the
first-place Chicago White Sox. The
.White Sox suterea weir sixin loss
"an 10 eames when Billy Pierce
walked over the winning run in a
2-1 deteat at the hands of the Bal
timore Orioles.
r "I think I have everything I had
'in 1952 except the change-up on
my fast ball," said Shantz after
- snapping the Tigers' five game
winning streak. "I've had no
trouble with my arm."
- Shantz slipped to only five vic victories
tories victories in 1953 following his bril brilliant
liant brilliant 24-7 1952 campaign and in the
last three, years scored a total of
nly eight wins a figure he match match-id
id match-id for a third of this season last
ight. The Yankees acquired hira
long with Art Ditmar in their big
Irade with Kansas City last wm-
er and it may be that it will be
t&membered as the deal that won
the pennant for the Yankees.
Bobby Richardson, tho man
who mada Billy Martin expend expendable,
able, expendable, delivered a sacrifice fly in
the second inning and singled
home the winning run in the fifth
to help hand Billy Hoeft his
,J fourth defeat. A crowd of 33,124
aw the Tigers score their only
Iron on a walk and two singles.
Shantz has beaten the Tigers
nine straight times since 1950.
Pierce suffered his fourth loss a-
gainst 10 wins when he walked Bil Bil-"
" Bil-" ly Gardner, Bob Nieman and Jim
Busby in succesion to give the
Orioles their decisive run. George
Zuverink shut out the White Sox
for the last V2-3 innings to gain
credit for hit seventh victory for
. Ba?timore.;, : w-'j v$fc.; ..
1 Tho Cleveland Indians shaded
the Boston Red Sox, 7-6, and the
Kansas City Athletics beat the
v ashington Senators, 2-0, in the
, olher A. L. garnet. Chico Carras Carras-fucl,
fucl, Carras-fucl, Vic Wertz, Rocky Colavito
and Roger Maris homered for the
Indians as Bob Lemon, in his first
appearance since May 24, won his
fourth game. :
Ralph Tery, the ex Yankee,
pitched five hit ball for 8 2-3 in in-ihings
ihings in-ihings for the Athletics and Virgil
Along The Fairways
AMADOR WOMEN'S
GOLF NEWS
In the Ladies' day tournament
, held last week at the Amador Golf
Club Irene Robinson scored the
' best round, shootrng an 81 to win
low gross prize.
, i how net was won by Bev Dilfer
witn a 72. Marge be well and inei
Perantie Ued for the second place1
with net scores of 73. Faye Wood
ford, a visitor, won the golf ball
for using the fewest putts.
Tomorrow the ladies will hold
, Blind Bogey tournament in which
each contestant chooses her own
, handicap. Please sigh uo and reg
ister your handicap before start.
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Games

Chisox
Trucks struck out Art Schult with
the bases filled for the final out.
Homers by Lou Skizas and Vic
Power produced the Kansas City
runs that tagged Ted Abernathy
with his seventh defeat.
In the National League, the
Brooklyn Dodgers dumped Cincin
nati into nttn place with a 7-0 vie
tory over the Redlegs; the New
York Giants whipped the first
place Milwauke Braves, 5-4, the
Philadelphia Phillies downed the
Chicago Cubs, 7-6, and the Pitt
sburgn Pirates defeated the St.
Louis Cardinals, 8-1.
Don Newcombe Ditched a five
hitter and drove in two runs with
a double and a homer as the Dod
gers tagged the slumnine Red
leg: with their fourth straight
and eighth in nine eames. The
Uoagers combed five Cincinnati
pitchers for 13 hits a Newcombe
tupped his third shoutout for his
sixtn triumpb.
Ray Cro.ie shut out his ex ex-teammates
teammates ex-teammates for six innings to win
his first game for the Giants
who've won six of their last seW
en games. Daryl Spencer's two
run sixth inning single was the
decisive blow after an error by
diii Di-uron paved The way for
Waren Spahn's fourth los. Was
Westrum homered for the Giants.
Rookie Harry Anderson's erand
slam and Rip Repulski's three-run
nomer provided the Phillies with
all their runs as Jim Hearn Dick-
ea up nis iirst win witn 4 1-3 in
nings of one-run relief pitching.
Hearn struck out six of the 15 bat battels
tels battels he faced after rookie Jack
Sanford, trying for his ninth win,
fanned seven batter in 4 2-3
frames.
Bonus pitcher Art Swanson nitrh
ed. a four-hitter in hi firat hio
league start and was backed by
,.12-hit Pittsburgh attack that in.
eluded two homers by Bill Virdon.
Larry Jackson yielded nine hits
and four rune in 8 2-3 innine. tn
sufer his. third toscompared with
eight-.wms:-;-:,;' ,i
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' 15m NAVAL DISTRICT
BOWL E RAMA BOWLERETTcc
earn rancnngi
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Birds 1 V1 -j
Bustles 7
Beauties 7
Blossoms '' 2
Blosoms 2
Breaker . t
The Birds are flying away from
the rest of the flock at the 15th
"aval District Bowlerama. Last
nigni iney. pecked at the Blossoms
for four points by rolling consist-
euuy oeiier man average scores.
The only consolation the Blossoms
garnered" from the match was that
in we scratch division thev cam
cap w tZl h t
OUt on too. but the Bird hanrii.
overcome.
The Birds won the first came hv
7 pins and the finale by 13. Mimi
Metzger contributed for the Birds
me nign single scratch game of
mo, and was ably supported by
Ladybirds Sardinas net 169 and
Hill's Bet 162. For the evening
Sardinas handicap score zoomed
to a 552 total. For the faded Blos
soms, Mike Hanson headed the
clas with a net 490, forty pins over
ner average.
The Bees buzzed their way to
second place by stinging the Break
ers 3 to 1. Only in the middle
game did the Breakers avoid the
Bees' Stings by winning with a 17
pin margin. All four points were
closely contested.
1st game Bees won by 13
2nd game Breakers wen bv 17
3rd game Bees won bv 9
TPs game Bees won by S
yu see csiaorooc siorea a
m.AK T ... I 1
way a Honey of a senes a net
532, followed closely by Andrew
Witn a net 504. For the lucklei
Breakers there was no bowlerette
which was outstanding R i m m e r,
Weishar, Moore, Rasmussen and
Probak were about even, their to
tal was 2205.
The Beauties worked their way
into a three way tie for the second
position by taking 3 points from
the Bustles. Spirited bowling by
Ruby Lehman who had a net series
of a 557, the Beauties discarded
the Bcstles quite easily until the
last game, when they ran out of
oomph and the Bustles stood out
by 61 pins. The Beauties' total Din
fall for the outing was the best of
all the Bowlerettes.

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Major League
Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based en 150 officials at bats)
National League
P. and C
G AB R H

Pet.

MusiaL St.' L.
55 225 35 82

.364

Hodges, Bk'n
Fondy-4 Pitts.
53 202 31 73
52 207 25 73

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Aaron. Mil.
48 198 8 67
57 243 45 79
57 225 20 73
57 213 42 68

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Thomas', r Pitts.
Mays, N. Y.
N. Smith, St. ,L
42 157 16 50

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JKonmson, unci.
58 238 42 75 .315
fSchoendienst, MU 61 271 36 84 .310
Dark, St. ii. 54 232 39 J2 .310
American League
Mantle N. Y.
56 186 55 69 .371
Williams, Bos.
52 181 39 67 .370
59 219 37 75 .342
55 177 34 60 ,339
54 208 34 70 ,.337
57 236 22 74 .314
59 227 28 70 .308
55 192 32 59 .307
60 225 40 69 .307
fox, Chicago 1.
Boyd, Bait.
Skowron, N. Y.
Malzone, jBos.
Lemon, Wash.
Wertz, Cleve.
Sievers, Wash.
Demaestri, K. C.
56 172 22 52' .302
HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron: Braves -Musial,
Cards
Moon, Cards
Mays, Giants
Sauer, Giants
Snider, Dodgers
Robinson, Redlegs
American League
Mantle, Yanks
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Zernial, Athletics
Maxwell, Tigers
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Aaron, B-aves
Musial, Cards
Hoak, Redlegs
Mays.t Giants ?
Ennis, Cards
American League
Sievers, Senators
Skowron; Yanks :
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Mmoso, White Sox
PITCHING
18
14
13
12
11
11
11
19
17
15
13
12
51
50
42
37
37
48
43
42
42
41
(Based on
decisions)
8 1
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Shantz, Yanks
Sanford, Phils.
Bunning, Tigers
.889
.875
.857
.778
Schmidt, uaras
Grim, lYanksrtv
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Zuverink, Oriples 4 ,tT,, 2
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Pitchers Saw
Better Days
SEATTLE (NEA) The
pitching staff of the Seattle
Rainera reads like a major league
roster of a few years ago not
that of a Pacific Coast League
club.
Larry Jansen, ex-New York
Giant; Russ Meyer, former Dodg Dodger
er Dodger and Cub; and Howie Judson,
former St. Louis Brown, are the
top starters.
Bud Podbielan, former Dodg Dodger;
er; Dodger; Red Munger, Cards; Mario
Frlcano, Athletics; and Duane
Piljette, Orioles, are on the club
managed by Lefty ODouI.
PAAF Basketball
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Schedule Change
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has announced a change in the
PAAF basketball schedule.
The Albreok.Fert Clayton
same cheduled for Saturday,
June 22, at the Fort Clayton
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MARKSMANSHIP AWARD frank Townsend, Sliver Award Explorer who achieved the hlght
est marksmanship score In- Post No. 3 and ranked among the highest in markatnanshlp scores
in the United States, is shown above xeceivrng: from Governor W. E. Potter a plaque of rec
ognition given him by the National Rifle Association. Explorer Townsend ranked among the
highest in marksmanship scores' In a recent nation-wide contest conducted by the, National
Rifle Association to cooperaUow with the Boy Scduts; of America. 'It vas the first award of
this type ever to be given by the NRA outside of the- United States. With young Townsend
and Governor Potter are Frank -Chase left)r Boy Scout Executive in the Canal Zone and
Wesley Townsend: Explorer Post No, 3 Advisor. v

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Working Bey r 5 6 1
Monday's Results
Alumni 51 Powells 42 u
Working Boys 48 Cristobal 34
;i Tonight's Games
Powells vs. Working Boys
Alumni vs. Cristobal
.000
By TREVOR SIMONS
f'v i ;
Though most of the four compet competing
ing competing teams in the 'Atlantic Basket
Yanks' Dan Topping
Ready To Cooperate
On Matter Ot Fines
NEW YORK?, June 19 (UP)
Co-owner Dan Toppine; of the
New vork Yankees Indicated to
day he Is ready to cooperate with
American Leasee President Will
Harrldge In the matter of fines
levied on tnree players wno were
Involved in last Thursday's fisti fisticuffs
cuffs fisticuffs with the Chicago White
8ox. -V
Topping said when the fines
were made he said that lie would
refund the money his players
paid out but was reminded 4- by
Harrldge yesterday of a leasrue
rule forbidding such action. The
rule made mandatory a fine a-
galnst a club which reiunos sucn
fines. ...-
"TWnn t trit! out anr state
ment, I Want to talk personally
with Mr. Harridge,". said v. pop
ping. "We- certainly win no no
anything to embarrass nnrt Hav Having
ing Having tust returned to town I have
not haa a cnance vo cu" i
Harrldge as yet
" . A. 4
Today Encanto SO, .25
AT :1S TM.
On the stage -LUCHO
GATICA
and AVELDiO MUftOZ
On the screen: two pictures!
Today. IDEAL -JO-.10
Spanish Double!
Ariadne Welter In
LLAMAS centra el VIEXTO'
1 Rosarto Oranados'In
SECRETO PBOFESIONAL
VICTORIA
1.15 ..
THE RACK
'.-Also:
r i i s ia

ball League were not In- the peak

eners. two -close games resulted
with tho better-conditioned Alum
ni coming out on too in the first
game by a 51 to ; count,4, and
Cristobal wearing down the lin-
ucriuaiuieu wuiiuus wjm wj
score of iS to 34. 'rf
Faced by John Hatgl. who was
top scorer for the night with 14,
the Alumni managed fo hold om to
an early marKin to win over a
strong Powells five. The Alumni
14 to 4 advantage gained in the
first quarter was all they needed,
though they did have to constantly
shake off challenges of a determin
ed contender, i ",;
Paul Moser.1 playing' manager
for .the losers tallied 1, high for
Powellls. Despite their opening loss
Powells are now figured as a con
tender for; the 1957 championship,
for most of their top performers
were not bitting with the acurcacy
that can be relied upon -.
Tho- Workins Boys. underman
ned because of the unavoidable ab absence
sence absence of three of their top per
formers, held on well,, but fell be
fore the onslaught of Luke Palum
hn'. Cristobal auintet The young
sters from the Cristobal team kept
pace -with the Working boys m tne
first stania which ended 6 to 6.
Rut tho wel balanced power of the
OHatnhal five moved out In the sec
ond quarter, leading at half time
by a 20 to 10 margin ana nowiy
added to mat advantage unui uiey
won out 48 to 34.
Hugo Tompkins was nign man ior
the winners with 9 markers; out
h was followed closely Dy. tnree
other team-mates, Mike Rock,
Dick Williams and Fernando Tom,
each fo whom had S. Billy Rnakin
scored 10 to lead the loser's at
tack. "
I mlM Oanlahf at 7
' The second night of the 1957 At
lantic Basketbal League scneauie
pits the two losing teams and two
winning teams in what is slated
to be a fast moving twin bill be-
linninff at 7 o'clock tonight
The Wrokintf Boys,- relying bow
on Jeffries, Manning and Simons,
expect to get back into u uucn
o line rent, wniio raui aiosor s
Powells five are slated as favor
ites to cop their first win of the
season. A "no-favorite' situation
exists for the night cap with Cris
tobal and the Alumni meueng lor
the early league lead.
Skin Divers Club
Splash Party Set
For Saturday PJA.
r El Panama
ikm Divtno Chtb solesli prty
wiU bo hold ot the El Panama
wimmtnf oei end Ciliii
Ch this Serarday, Juno 22 at
7:39 bur.
-Thoro wiR bo mwtio far dn dn-inf
inf dn-inf fame, botti In. tho woter
and ovt. The berWcuo stit end
bar will bo spans d. Brine yevr
beHtinff suits.
Ticket ore est solo ot Celpefl
Motor, I"-, I. L. Medwro, Jr.
the El Pan" Cabeio Club of office
fice office end El Panama coffee
shoe).

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DENVER, June 19 (UP)
Champion Joe Brown, a rugged
puncher for a lightweight, is fa favored
vored favored to catch elusive Cuban
challenger Orlando Zuluetd oft often
en often enough tonight to retain his
title in a scheduled 19-roundar
at Denver Coliseum. ,
: Brown, 31, is a 2-1 favorite
over the 28-year-old Havana
battler, although Zulueta has
never hit the canvas In j loo
fights. His fancy "boxing and
strong -left could flit tha 'cham
pion s slightly -f worn ,,, crown;
Brown has worn the- crown less
than a year.;.., ..Vy.;
' The Baton-Rouge, Lai, eham- ;
pion, who defeated WaUaee-
' (Bud) Smith for the title and
again la his only defense in a'
( re-match, was expected to
weigh ounces short of the 135 135-pound
pound 135-pound limit. Zulueta was well
under the limit, at 134).- iN1
Zulueta'a camp lost 1 a pre-
flght skirmish" yesterday when
the Colorado Athletic Commis
sion ruled 6-ounce gloves would
oe usea insieaa of tne 8-ounce
ones called, for in Commission
rules. Manager Hymle wallman
charged the Commission was
giving Brown the championship
"before it gets started," pointing
out that the lighter glove helps
a "puncher" like Brown. -"- i
Commissioner Leo J. Crowley

1

said the 8-ounc.rule ;W. -our'"-belongS to c

rui rnua we can cnaiure iw moan
championship bouts, outside Oo
iuimuu, wuiui ubs nut una a w
tie bout, since 1918, are fought
with the 8-ounce gloye. j
uere s tne uie-or-tne-tape
for tonight's Brown
-Zulueta
lightweight title fight
Brown
31 age
25
5 7M" Height
135 weight
S3 Inches reach
i ww!
11
14V4 Inches aeck "'
35 inches chest
38 inches, chest (ex)
27 Inches Waist :
14 M Inches forearm'
U H Inches biceps :
Z. h
It i K
3r incnes
ia nwre.
11 mcnes list
IS H inches thigh
12 M inches calf
finches ankle
S H inches wrist
Sports
PITTSBURGH (UP) Pitcher
Donald Dobrino of Mt. Olive, UL,
and his brother Robert, a catcher.
were assigned to Clinton, Iowa, of
tho Class D Midwest League to
day after signing contracts with
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
NEW YORK (UP) Shortstop
Gil McDougald of the New York
Yankees was voted the 1957 Gold
Shoe Award today as "Sportsman
of the Year" by the shoe and
allied industry.
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York Giants of the Nstional Foot Football
ball Football League announced the sign
ing today of safety man cmien
TunnelL Tunneu, who wui serve
his 10th season with the Giants,
has played in 104 ceasecutive NFL
gsaes.
k -
' CHICAGO (UP) Catcher Chuck
Lindstrom, aon of former major
Hague star Fred Ltndstrem,
signed with-the -Chicago White
Sox today and was assisted to
Colorado Springs of- the Westers
League.'

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

WMmm.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
WJL Pet. GB
Milwauke
t33 24 ,579
St. Louis
24
.24
25
27
32
35
,33
.564
.564
.561
.542
.448
1
1
1-
2
Philadelphia-
'31
32
32
26
22
17
Brooklyn
Cincinnati"
New York: v.
Pittsburgh
.386 11
Chicago

.340 12H

Today's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago -'
New York at Milwaukee (N
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N) i
Pittsburgh at St, Louis (N)
' Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia i 000 340 0007 8 : 1
Chicago -v i 000 140 1006 9 ;
Sanford,. Hearn (1-1) and Lopa
HUlman (0-4), Littlefield, Elstos,
Liown ana f anning. ,'
'rSHi :''"-!a'-A,! .. ;'-;';;.- 'A
"'J (Nioht Game)
Pittsburgh 020 000 240-8 12 1
5t. Louis 000 000 0011 4 1
Swanson (1-0) and Rand. Foiles.
Jackson (8-3). Merrltt. Wehmier.
Mizell and Smith.
(Night Game)
New York 010 013 0005 1
Milwaukee 010 300 000 4 19 2
Antonelli. Crone (4-1) and Was
uuin. i, v
' ....
Spahn f 7-4r. Conlev. Phillin. anri
ranuau.
1 (Night Game)
Brooklyn : 033 100 0007 13 0
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 5 l
Newcombe fft-sranit r.
la. r
JefCOat (S-4Y FowW. TTplrr
Sanchez, Klippstein and Bailey.

Douglas ljurls Rochester

Into II. First
NEW YORK. June 19 (UPV-Be
cause Charley (Whammv) Doutf
las put the whsmmy on the Roch-
ester Red Wings, the Columbus
Jots today hurdled into the Inter
national League's first division lor
tne first time this season. :
The Jets' tall right-hander from
Carrboro, N. C, turned in i four-
hit, 1-0 victory over the Red Wings
last night in a game called at
the end of six innings because of
ram. It was the Jets third vic
tory in their last four games.
rThe leaceJeading Richmond Vir
ginians remained two games : a-
head of Toronto by downing the
Buffalo Bisons, 7-4. Luke Easter
MARLBORO PLAY! -GALLITO
TONIGHT AT NATIONAL GYM
y HERBERT MOISi
sprung
iM n-.-- ni v.A
night as Marlboro from Colon wUlJ
meet Ray Kam's Gallito at the
National Gym. The rivalry has a
friendly air about it as the coach coaches
es coaches are as close friends as any one
can imagine. The slayers them
selves on both teams Just delight
to kid each other on tne outcome

Kniaitto'of their eames.

I Last season vGalito was victor-

. j jvl ious in the first meeting, miin miin-j,4
j,4 miin-j,4 taming their undefeated status in
K-.! that contest In the other two

meetings, these, being in the finals
eries Marlbord -then named
Chesterfield was victorious. Des-
PiU ',Ct tD,t team, ,Prt
commons ownership, the g a m e s
puyed between tnem are. all nartf-

: 13 mcnes lought matches.
' 13 inches ,. :
17 Vx Inches Tonight's game will pit height a a-15
15 a-15 V inches gainst speed and good shooting,
t y inches Gallito team averages about S feet
. 7 Inches IV inches while Marlboro is un-

' Ider the i' 10" mark. To compen
sate for their lack of height, the
Marlboro Colonites employe a fast
breaking game. Their shooting is
very much superior to that of the
Kam squad.
PELTYNOVJCH
TO ARRIVE SATURDAY
Txaae Peltvnovich. one
of this:
country's top basketball players
will arrive on the Isthmus to join!
tho Marlboro souad. Pelty's ar
Peity's
rival was not certain until Monday
when he and coach Fin Tom field
a long distance telephone conver
sation and straightened out aeuus
of Pelty's trip from the States.
Another thing that still remains
a question is whether he will be
nere on time to participate in the
came Saturday against Panama
Cigarrettes. Ia bis conversation
with Tom, Isaac mentioned that
he was ia fairlv rood claying ron-1
ditioa. Welcome Home, Pettyl
COMING
GIANT

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
t Pet. GB
Chicago
36
34
31
.22
27
25
24
20
.655
New York

,607 2V
.554 SVi

Cleveland
Detroit v -Boston
Baltimore -Kansas
City
Washington

,552 5Vtv!

.466 101
.439 11

33 1 .421 13
41 .328 19 :

, Today's Games '.
Detroit at-New-York -i!
, Cleveland at Boston -Chicago
at Baltimore (N).1
Kansas City at Washington; (N)
Yesterday's Results ;,
Kansas City 010 000 0012 lo''t
Washington J 000 000 000-0 5 1
CM), Trucks and Thomp.
son. t - r

Abernathy (1-7)," Clevenger By-;

erly
J" (Night Game)
Chicago 000 ooo inn i t t
Baltimore 10Q 000 lOx 2 4 a

Perce 110-4),. Howell and Lollar.
Moore. Zuverink C7-?l mnA ov;.. :

dos..
' (Nioht Gamat
Detroit v 000 010 0001 Y
New York ,001 010 00x-a 7-'
Hoeft (1-4) and Wilson.
Shanta (8-1) and Berra
. (Night Game)'.
Cleveland ono ann imi -m
Boston ..oil ooo ooi-ii n

w- .(SB ;
Lemon (44), Narleski and Km.

ragon. . ;
Brewer (7-6) and White, Daley.
Division

hit his Hit. home rwi ei the aoa.,
son for tho losers. -i
,A 10-lnnlng;homer by Bob Ros Ros-eUi
eUi Ros-eUi enabled the Maple Leafs to
edge' tho Miami Mriin. ..

tho-Montroai-Royalr nipped Hava-
hHitt.fLm,'tim wmto' ninth
inning home run;,. ..

The standings and Unescorett .

TEAMS PenGl
Richmond v I v t M ui
.Toronto v ; 4 35 u
Buffalo 1 . 91 4 m
Columbv $ ; 30 31 -4W a'
Rochostor : 11 1. am .- 1.
Havana : '. 9 si am i
Miami t w ; 25 ;3$ .417 121
Montreal i, i 24 3S .407 u
Yesterday's Results
(Called ot end at 4th -.1-1
Rochester : .. ; 000)00
Columbus f' 000-001 : 1 t
IL, (Blavloet and Shant. r-.
las and Kravitx. -
Buffalo : MI400J1 4T
Richmond SM-002.14ir
Hahn. Herbert fB) 'N it
ti. WP-Jsmes. LP-Herbert HR
Easter.
(IS lnnlnot
Toronto 2C4MM0-0oa.i lTi
I1 .- 80O.1-I-S
Schmitx anil ttnm.iu. d.-j. j
Mcdullough., HRS-RArX BoseUL
MONTREAL 4, HAVANA I. '
Holorisl Free On ;
Bail Mer Jcrepa
Vilh Kid Gavitr
" JERSEY CITY. N. jj Jtmo T-
(UP) A motorist was tree ea
$1,000 bail today after a scrape
with ex-welterweight chaapiea
Kid Gavilan,. ; .
John Santaaa. 3. was releaaoJ
until a bearing is held on a char a
of atrocious assault and battery la
a tnreeremcie accident Monday
night ia which Gavilaa and his
manager were slightly shaken but
otherwise onujured. t
The collision, la which a motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle policeman escorting Gavilaa
was hospitalized with five tractor-
eo ribs, loiiowed a nght in which
Vine Martines defeated Gavilaa
in a 10-round decision at Roosevelt
Stadium. s-
Police said Santana's vehicle
swerved into the motorcycle's path
and then was struck by as ante
carrying Gavilan and Manuel Fer
nandez, tho fighter's manager.
Santana's wife. Viola. 38 was re
leased after treatment for shock
and hysteria at. the Jersey City
Medical Center.- The poUcemaa.
Francis Hirrins, 31. remained
there in good condition.
COMING
T1IESP1-IT
of ST. lou;:''

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'i!";J"Vv';ntV
, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 195.' --w..;
r THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE NIN3
4500 tiii I e Leagues

Reach All

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. LIFE'S DARKEST MOMENT-lBHly Snyder stares helpless helpless-y
y helpless-y a the ball pope out of hi f lore. A pitcher, the Harper
,- Woods, Mich., Little Leaguer covered the plate when the ball
j'got away from the catcher. He had tagged out Johnny Jasek, t
' jumbling in, with a tongue-biting slide. ,, ;

Results Of Gamboa Club
' ''-j'"-;''-,(ivi'e '., -r.'W 'jW'I f ii' -,.V
'Cross-Country Tourney

' Gamboa Golf ,. and country
. nrhau fh nrnKS.rinimt.rv
Tournament was held, that was
sponsored -by the National Dls
tllieries inc., mair oi Agewouu
Whiskey: ; announces the winners
1 and the prizes awarded
i Mnt BriM O hnttlps nf AcC

-wood Whiskey to Howard Engel
, '. ke with a low net of 79.

Sarnnrf Prize, a bottles of Aee
wood Whiskey to W, Rogers with
t. low.net .Of 81. ... ? -'
Third prize, I bottle of Age-i
wood Whiskey to J. Klrkley with
i' a low net of 85.
The ladles prizes were:
' First Low Net, 1 bottle of Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood Whiskey to Chi McCue with
t a score of 89.
Second Low Net,' 1 bottle of
Agewood Whiskey to J. Jenner
' with a score of 120. -,
jjhen there were four spot priz prizes
es prizes given, 1 bottle of .Agewood
Whiskey to eachot. the follow following:
ing: following: x'ri
First Spot Prize; rt bottle i to

Albrook Quintet Trounces

Aiiiador Troopers, 116-72

- The Albrook ;AFB Flyers high
' scoring quintet signed the cards
on treir home court last Saturday

1 night; with 72 second half points
to run roughshod over the winless
y Fort Amador Troopers by the

Leading the ceUar-d y e 1 11 n g
.: Troopers by only eight points at

half time, 44-38, tne riyers -aua-ripnlv
broke the same wide open
1 in the. third quarter with 14 field
goals and six charity tosses. Ama Amador
dor Amador hit for 21 points in the quar quarter
ter quarter In the last period, a healthy

one for the hosts, Amaaor coma
only manage ten points as the
..' home team again poured it on,
' this time with 38 points.

The Flyers came within one
' point of tying ,- their own PAAF
i; single game scoring record, which
' oddly enough was set against Fort
Amador last season. .i
High scorer for the victors and
for the game was the spunky lit lit-.
. lit-. tie cuard Hon Pearson. Pearson
By JIMMY DKMARET
Wrlttn for NEA Service
PROFESSIONAL golfers are Just
i Eke doctors. Minute a man meets
i doctor, he brings up that crick
la his. aeck. And the other day.
I -went into a "clothing' stare- in
New York, and a couple of cus
tomers forgot about suit sized and
started asking soe about their
, grips, .-t v- x - .-
"Mine- is terrible,'' one of them
- was saylnfc "what's the best way
for me to hold- a' dub?"
I gave him the only answer pos
sible ''Id Have to ee yoe -play.'
. This was no brush off. Take 500
' golfers top .tournament pros, or
plain telephone Bomber shooters
r and 490 will have different
grips. The other IS are coincidene coincidene-'
' coincidene-' es. -. . -
We're all different. Each pair
fcf hands has a different size and
strength. Te copy Ben Hogan or
a Sam Snead or your ehib cham champion
pion champion would be foolish. You've got
your ewv body and your own kind
f golf game comes from it.
A tood teachina pro can take
ne look at you and come up with ;

Pro Shop

a grip te fit. Tne vardoe over-;Beal, g
lapping grip is a style. You've, Rive. g -rot
to find the right size ia that cbirs, g
Ln. - Leer, g
Jurt like the feDows h the!Ritnffnini,

eioUiing shop. Vj suits dam in r, ; w
them.. .Neither d:d my gnp. Why.j TOTAL
" if they tried using mine they'd go
ha'iriry trying to get a swing K0BBB
trrber. lAllen. f
No go fer alive las a good game Jnhnsoa, f
r- s h r? is eorreet. The h.ll, c
Ytici !( orJy part of ytror Swt"e, e -Y
-y t-vee tv.e e!ab- S-o U you're Miwi'r, g
I -; t-- w.ii reur j ir. e. Scarlett, g

f -t ri'"i' .,-! it IT 6 SvlB g
j t.'etk tiat gr.

t i

;MancInelll for low score on NO". 3
hole. J
Second Spot Prize, l, bottle to
i W. Hearne lor low score on No, 7
hole.
Third Spot Prize,' 1 bottle to
H. Anderson lor. low. score on no,
12 hole
' Fourth Spot prize,.! bottle to
W. Coffey for low score on No. 18
hnle
Winners should contact the
manager for their prizes.;
This cross-Country Touma
ment layout "was a rugged ;i one,
but. even with a lot. of t bad
weather 30 brave golfers turned
out to play In It and they all had
fun. ,,.;
' Notice I
. AU Junior High School and
High School golfers are Invit Invit-?ed
?ed Invit-?ed to play golf at Gamboa
Golf Club every Wednesday
: for the summer free of charge.
- So come on out and enjoy
yourselves.
- - ,i urn ,im, ..in i.aa
Y
dunked in- 29 points as his team team-mate
mate team-mate Eramett Bryant and Troop Troopers
ers Troopers Frank Rivera shared runner.
un honors with 23 Mints aniece:
At Fort Kobbe, the Sykes Reg
ulars, aetending faaf c h s m-
pions, couldnt quite match' the
height of the visiting Fort Clay
tou Cavaliers quintet and took it
on the. chin to the tune of 79-63.
Six-foot 6-inch Sam Williams
and 6'3" Vera demons shared
the spotlight for the winners with
24 and 27 points respectively.
Williams cleared the b.a 1 1 on
both tne offensive and defensive
boards with no trouble at all
and Clemons haunted the Regulars
constantly with tne line snooting
ana, Dau-oawung. r
The Cavaliers led all the way
getting 35 points in the first hau
as compared to Kobbe s 22. The
second half was fairly close but
toe over-all strength of the visit
ing team was too much for the
Regulars to overcome.
Sharing' scoring honors with
Gemons and Willia.as were Kob Kob-be's
be's Kob-be's Dick Hill and Fred Johnson
with. 19 and 16 points respective-
ALBROOK
Hoick, f,
Edwards, f
Austin, f'
FG FT FF TF
2 1 ft 5
27
2 3
White, f
Thompson, f
Smith, f
Hopwood. ef
2 11
3 0
8
2 19
323
1 9
22
1 29
Bryant, g
10
Banks, g 1
Dominguez, g
Pearson, g
1
u s
TOTAL
' 45 28 11116
"fo ft ff tf
t 1
11 3 27
. ,1 0
- ii 2 a 24
2 2 4 6
i i a 3
a 03
r i a i 4
CLAYTON
Reynolds, f
Clemons. f
O'Connor, f
Williams, c
Jankovich. g
LLawresce, g
Dsy. g
Cleason, g
TOTAL
W 1 U T9
AMADOR
Thompson, i
O Meara, f
Daniels, f
Unquiet, C
Harris, e
It 13 28 (7
F6 FT FF TF
S 1 S 11
5 6 2 If
1 4 19
lias
4 4 4 1?
142
w-
a 13 22 63
TOTAL

FG FT FF TF
' 2 12
' 2
4 1 110

l'l 4 3
'10
. s 12 4
II 1 2 23
2 5 2
- 20
g 2 2 2 6

By JIMMY BRESLIN ;
NEA Staff Correspondent
There wiU be-' 4,500 Little
Leairues by the time the last one

Is franchised at the end of this
month. Circuits are now com-
Drised of four, live and six clubs.
There are 57 leagues outside of
the United States and Canada
eight each in France and Ger
many,' two in England, one in
Italy, The movement has spread
all the way to Saudi Araoia. ja japan,
pan, japan, Guamr the Philippines A Alaska
laska Alaska and Venezuela. have
leagues. v .
,i 4; 'r
There are-now 22 paid em employes
ployes employes at Little League head headquarters'
quarters' headquarters' in Wtlliamsport, Pa.
Peter J. MeOovern. nresident and
chairman of the board, says It
now costs $75,000 a year to run
the, national organization.
How hard do .volunteer adults
Work on the program? Bill Ul Ul-rlcli,
rlcli, Ul-rlcli, a policeman f of Aubudon,
NJ., is-typical -.-..
: As president off the Aubudon
Little League, Ulrich averages
three hours a day cutting grass
working a. lime machine along
the foul lines, turning on sprin sprinklers
klers sprinklers v . doing everything up to
and including selling soft drinks
during games. v
On his off days from the police
beat, Ulrich puts in a long one
for the kids. If it's a Saturday,
he's on the field most of the
day helping coach youngsters at
a school his league Instituted. He
puts in SO hours a week, not
counting, of course, the times he
atom off at the nark on bis mid
night to 8 a.m. shift That's
when he shifts the sprinklers a-
round. A
f Archil Allen': Sorinef leld col
lege, Mass., baseball coach, had
mtiA time to see the slehts on a
tour of Alaska. He spent most of
it conducting W ciirucs ior m
Air Force. ,
Rankin Johnson, who was with
the Philadelphia Athletica a few
years back, hat two youngsters
playing in Little League In 'Viril 'Viril-UamsDort
UamsDort 'Viril-UamsDort and say It's murder
on his legs. ?
i t atp.h them for about an
hour and a half each night he
was saying, and it's easy enough
to get down at the start. But
mi w ran u auits. x
help." ,'
'i-nnth hnvd rlon't think of any.
thing lse and I dd all I can to
heln-them. It isure would beat
working if they 'could mase
nmethinir 6f themselves.
Johnson's sons, Itftnklii HI,
1L and Joe IL 9. are pitchers
ami T.itt.in League : coaches a-
round the country might learn
something from in W,;"'
rh1nff them:.. i. .....r.,.--..), !--
'No xurye balls, )-. tw?
stuff," he stresses., ryne joiig
thing is control. nave, n ujr
throw-to spots. I hold the mitt
up as a Urget and have them
hit It. ' u.K
in t iftia T.affues. most pltcn-
ers are wild hUh and inside inside-That's
That's inside-That's because they let the bail
go too eoon. They're throwing it
off thelrrihoulder aome Plf-ce-When
you pitch, you let the ball
go from out in ironv o yvu.
Moat bovs have to be v taugnt
. vmi taeh a litUe Leag
uer this, Rankin cautions, the
-. frfnv th&tll haDtten Is his
pitches win be nirang jn o
wo.-ii hM th ball too long,'
he notes. "That's something you
have to straighten ou
amnlonshlof have
been reduced from eight, to four
this year. They wui oe conuu-
Aug. 15-n. we
. The Eastern regiunw
JTw-iii- rntr. N.Y.: the
northern in Chlcagor the south south-.m
.m south-.m in LouisviUer and the west-
that the" 67 consecutive ctorles
T. Throughout a live-year
atretchU a record The Indian,
confine the m selves' to- local
league -play, y.;;. ;,
'it IEANS RIARDOM 'J
r WrJhw ft HIA Senrke
fittchd hall nits
the batter as' a runner shdei ilnto
the plate on a squeeie play. W hat
U kit. tta kaftor
first kM M
pitched hall. Te rvmmr
twriM t Wre
O. The bauw louis a piwa
of the park. The umpire R a a a s
the catcher a bw balL the eatck eatck-mr
mr eatck-mr runner. be had return
ed te seeoed base, uuni epis
lead. He tnrews te ue oae. u
the runner danger of being tag tagged
ged tagged ewt? Loa Esposite,
A. Ne. Th aN Is in laf
ity M ffce itW t the
mbbir witfc it in Kit hnd.
Q. a kng bn is kit betweo
ovtf. eiders. The runner rounds
third base snd is caaght i a a ran ran-dowa
dowa ran-dowa play. He ser4 bv beaung
tae raadeVa. Is he credited with
a home m er a trip)? Oscar
Leliveft.
A. A triple.

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Offered By VFW Teener Loop

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WELL ARMED Here is the grip and arm that had given
young Sandy Koufax the National League lead in strikeouts
when the young Brooklyn left-hander was sidelined by a
' : v.k-z v 'knotted forearm muscle.

RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUI
Sunday night at the Albrook
LBowlerdome, the Bsmbow Mixed
League eperated 'under tne spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of business concerns in
Panama City
Bovd Brothers Insurkncemen
"insured" their first place position
by winning three of four points
from tne C A. Hign contrscwirs.
Only in the second came were
the High Contrsctors in command.
Pate witB the net of 5ii lea n
Insurance Quintet whereas Earl
Blevins with sgeregste of 499 wss
high for C. A. Hgh. -
Hoyai vrowo Loia was aw
t to 1 victor over Smoot-Fare-
des with Howard Hill tossing a
5U series for the Col a men, where
as Jim Dailey, captain for tne Au-
... h. man behind the
whtml -its 47
Pan-American Clippers and Her-
curios Jewelers battied te a stand
off ef two points each. The Jew Jewelers
elers Jewelers wen two games but came
out on the short end of total pins
snd settled for even honors. Bed
Calbot was the Clippers pilot with
s 587 set, and the Geia for Mer Mer-rafios
rafios Mer-rafios was a Ixralerette in the
form of Judy Bryant, with her
503 score.
The Ebonites rolled te a Ihrert
to. one tdratrtart rrer fe Csr-i
rington Cansdians. The Ebonite
rolied tb highest aegremte total
for the riht, a civfy J4S1 three-
game series. Thty layered ia the

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1639 Wins TV Set

initial game and, lost the three
pins. Joe Sullivan was the best
Ebonite wita 610 and Bemie War
mon's 494 was the toast for the
Canadians. .f. n
. 1 Team Standinfls
Boyd Brothers :
Royal Crown ''
W L
7 1
.6 2
5 i
Pan American Clippers
Carrington Canadians .-.
Mer curios Jewelers
Ebonite
Smoot-Paredes S.A.
3 S
3 5
2 6
C. A. High : ..- .
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THE HEAD

INABiUTV TO KEEP
THE BALL IN TW6
PAftK, AGAIN
PLAGUIMG
ROBERTS
The drawing for the TV set of offered
fered offered by the VFW. Teener League
was held last 1 Thursday at a
League meeting at the JWB in
Balboa. Ticket number 1639 is the
lucky winner and it. is believed
that this ticket was sold on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side. "i tj
' r f"t' i
"Holder of the winning ticket
Should contact Noel E.l Gibson Sr.,
president of the VFW" Teener
League, phone 3-1749, or at his
house No., 8501, Margarita.' J i $
The drawing,' originally schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for the last game of the se series
ries series between the VFW. All-Stars
and the Army All-Stars, was de delayed
layed delayed when, shovvjrs forced the
repeated cancellation of the final
game. ,, jvs
The books having been audited
and turned over to C. H. Lester,
new VFW Department quartermas
ter and treasurer of the T e e n e r
League, VFW Teener officials now
in a position to acknowledge gen
erous contributions made by those
whose interest in this worthy
cause will help send the Teener
tesm to the National Teener Tour
nament at Hershey, Pa.
The first contribution received
in this year's drive for funds was
in the amount. of $20 from the
Balboa Emblem Club.
Panama Marliii
Club News
By LESLIE
Fishermen have had quite a lot
of success over the past two- or
three weeks.' The Bsy seems furl
of dolphin. The "Chum" brought
in about 20 last Sunday, Mrs.
Schaffer hooked into a goood-sized
sailfish, but, unfortunately, it got
away. '.'.
Johnny McConaghy took the
"Viking" to the Per las over the
weekends LL Cat and. Mra&Posk
his brother an4 sister-in-law went
along with him. IL Col. Post
caught two sailfish and Mrs. Post
landed a 140-pounder, her first.
Bill Adams took bis bo,-, "The
Flying Scot" to the San bias Is-1
lands for the weekend. His wife
Leslie: his brother-in-law John
Mellish and a friend, Patricia Cor,
went through the Canal on F r i i-dsy.
dsy. i-dsy. The boat was opersted by
Julia NewbalL Saturday at 1:00

. .5 J.a.m. they Cristobal and traveled

all night, to the Islands.
The scenery was wonderful and
the fishing wss fun. They caught
a few barracuda and sa unusual unusually
ly unusually white specie of bonito. They
also visited some of the 300 is
lands and were present at aa in
teresting native celebration.
The Panama Marlm Clufc will
tie-Id Its inewrhly meerlnj tfwee
rrw st The Pedro Mia vel kMt.
Sports Briefs
MEMPHIS aT-NsUooal left-
handed golf tktmiiti Harry
c u V n : J c... t I
auwmkw nt f whu ovate cui-
ventty will clay ia the Colonial
Country Crab invitational tourney
here July 17-2L,
General Chairman Soy D.
iioore said re e x p e c ts other
members of the Florid State -golf
squad te compete,

If Jr. Swipes 'Yer Golf Stitki;:
Don't Get Angry At Him; Pop

By OSCAR FRALEY
TOLEDO, Ohio (UP)-If junior
swipes yourv golf sticks or can't
;et interested in that new job
you've lined up for him, don't get
angry with him, pop.
He just might wind up as the
U.S. Open golf champion.
Those were two "faults" with a
young lellow named Dick Mayer.
And tnat s ,tne lad who went out
in th l(.rn 4nfrn finnlau
and polished off Cary Middlecoff
by seven shots in a playoff for
Lne coveted Open title.
."When I was about eight years
old in Greenwich, Conn., I broke
nnlishaii Tiff faw IHHliwwff
tne jock on tne closet ana swiped
my Dad's six iron," Dick grinned
atter nis two-over-par 73 carried
him to victory. "I whacked balls
around a baseball diamond and
got so that I could do anything
wim mat ciud except eaj
Worked On Wall Street
Later on. Dick started to work
in- Wall Street and was apparently
destined to be a broker.
But- the market broke." he
chuckled, "and r besides,' I was
tired of running to try to get to
So he chucked the whole busi
ness and, having been a top ama
teur tor several years, decided to
try ms nand as a pro
COMING

The SAFETY TIRE
developed at the famed
Indianapolis 500 Mile Race

91 STRONGER THAN
ORDINARY .TIRES
For greater protection
against impact.
SAFE AT 40? HOTTER
TEMPERATURE
The perfect tire
for Panama!

SAFE AT SPEEDS FASTER
THAN YOU'LL EVER DRIVE
A combination of race-life
engineering and Nylon con construction
struction construction make the" Fire-'
stone "500" the aafeat high highspeed
speed highspeed tira aver daveiopad.

ON MAY 30th FIRESTONE TIRES WON Tha 500..
Mila RACE bt INDIANAPOLIS for the 34th CON CONSECUTIVE
SECUTIVE CONSECUTIVE TIME! (The greyest tira last in.tha-
World;..) ' y- s ;;
REMEMBER: Your car la only aa safe aa your tires!
We'll help you get out of your tiraa all the Safety -'and
mileage that FIRESTONE built. Into .them! :
..A-.WSE-OOR BALAKOSG r-- SERVICE f

TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY

USE OLK BUDGET YLXS

Mayer, who stands almost fr fr-feet
feet fr-feet and weiehs 165 Dbunds. knows

all about nerves.': Enlisting in the
Army-in ia42, ne was in the com combat
bat combat engineers and saw service in
the Mediterranean and in Europe.
Atier tnai ne wouna -up driving g
lanav,;' ,. ..... : . , "t
: Worked for Harmon
When he returned from service,
Dick gave Wall Street its brief
, cuuuuug mo
f?P DUSineSS, Went tO Work fOT
Claude Harmon at Seminole. '.He
had been a member at Winged
Foot in Mamaroneck, : N.Y., and
had taken lessons from ClaudeT
May :. has been doing pretty
well. His' victories include such s
the Kansas City, Eastern, Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Miami
opens. He should have at least
tied for the' Open at Baltusrol in
1954 but took a double bogey on
the final hole and finished third.
"I'll be 35 In AugTist." hs
summed up, "but that playoH
made me feel 105. The whols
thing made a hervouu wreck out
of me but,: oh boy, what a won wonderful
derful wonderful feeling. Maybe it all came
three years late, but better latt
than never' ; n
-Which, for a guy who jusl
couldn't make it on time to the
office and who frequently jusl
makes it to the first tee on time,
is just about par for the course-.
COMING i
"THE SPIRIT
OF ST. LOUIS"
TUBELEH
TIRE
A
TEL 3-1501

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4- PAGE TEN f THE PANAMA? AMERICAN t-'AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER v' w r ' 1 W 1 WEDNESDAY, JUNX 19 1957,
I '(,: il nnn-TTTTnrniTlirMwiiwWBUiil ' ' i r i' n i' ''' "' m 'n in '" 1 u i i p nil i w i i

CLASS
I EDS
THIS SPACE. IS FOR SALE
FOR JNFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740'

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I

Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: MoiUm raiidcnc
t Cimpo Ale(r, Elvira Mandts
SrrMt No. I. CompUuly fur fur-niihad,
niihad, fur-niihad, 3 v badroomt with bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living-dining room, porch,
bar, kitchan, maid't room, 2000
merart of land for gardan. For
information Phona 3-4530.
FOR RENT Comfortabla im.ll
' fumithad chalat $75. Good for
marriad coupla. 48th Straat No.
. 25-B, Balla Vitta, Talephona 3-
7251. i
FOR RENT. Vacation quart
from July 11 to Soptambar 21.
Vary raatonabla to ratpontibla
party. Call at Houio 2620-B,
Cocoli or phono Navy 3179.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
baach houia. Ono mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoarwido Cottagaa
' Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
Surplus Dems Go
On Sale AtCorozal
June 24, July 8
The Property Disposal Office
at Corozal announces sales ol
urolus Items on June 24 and
July 8 In buildine No. 706. Co
rzal. fieveral sales will take
lace on June 24. They are
"scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.;
10:30 a.m.: 1:30 p.m.: and 2:30
p.m. The July 8 sale Is sched
vied to beein at 9 a.m.
The 9 a.m. sal on June 24
offers typewriters, buffets,
cooking; kettle, adding; ma'
chines, paint, calculating imv
chine,- and parte for ref rig-era'
tors and electric ranges.
At 10:30 aon. many. misceL
laneous Items, will be offered
consisting vof washers, nuts,
crews, rodi," etc .j sewing, ma machine
chine machine less motor;' recorder pro
ducer and. duplicating, mchine.
t or ui at i.ov pan. -are raw
pones 1 and meat trimmings
generated atrthtTTft srArmy
commissary sales stores at Fort
Kobbe, Tort Oullckx and Co-
mm.
t At 2:30 pjn, food wast sul-
WDie -lor ammai consumption
will be offered for sale.
A cargo barg located at pier
no. 46, .Fort imtis, la xor sale
on July 8.
For further Information con
tact the Property Disposal Of'
fleer, at Corozal 4149.
7
$25rCC0 Bile Suit
Involvmg Teenager
J6 Be Heard Friday
X ease Involving a $25,000
damage suit filed by a father,
Maj. Rudolf J. Glogovosan, Jr,
for his teen-age daughter, Ju Julia
lia Julia who allegedly was bitten by
peccary at the Jungle Warfare
Training Center last year, has
been continued until Friday for
setting.
"The major claims that his
15-year-old daughter was blt blt-fn
fn blt-fn in the lower part of the
ltrt leg on March 25, 1956,
wtiile she was visiting an exhi exhi-fjtion
fjtion exhi-fjtion at' Fort Sherman. Four
ears, he claims, marred her
lag after the bite. (A peccary
Ira wild hog).
ecordlne to Attorney Charles
Ramtrea. who 'represents the
malor, Glogovosan expects to
leve the Isthmus on July 11 for
his discharge from the Army
alter 20 years' service. In the
Cgstobal Division, at the U-S-Diatric
Court yesterday, B&ml-
res asked that the court set the
case for trial sometime sooa in
order to accommodate the of officer
ficer officer who is leaving.
..- Ramirez argued In court that
earlier he had been led to be believe
lieve believe that all depositions taken1
la the case were to be sent to the!
Department for a settlement. He
claimed that he was asked how

Resorts

.much his client would require J
4 4

I or a settlement.
lf that's not "talking settle
ment.- he stated. "I dont know
what Is
- AstHUnt District Atiemey
Marten Themsea explained
Chat this was Jest the "tsaal,
rdinaryT pntcedare la 'eases
Uke these. It dees a4 mean
' w are talking of settlement,"
he esejntered.
It was finally decided to con.
titue the case for setting on Fri
day.
Trie girl did act appear
In
Baby Chicle
a WHITE MALES
for sale Friday, Jue 21
1S5.C0 PER HUNDRED
TeL 2-4514

ATTENTION. Q. I.! Just built
modarn furniibad apartmanra, I,
2 badrooma, hot, cold wator.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: A throo-badroom
apartmant, with two hatha, living-dining
room, kitchan, maid'a
room with own bath, waihtuba,
garago, and hot. wator facilitiaa.
For furthar dataili call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR RENT: Spaciout two-bad-room
unfurnithad apartmant in
firia raiidcntial dictrkt, Rryiora
v Building. Call Panama 2-1661;
during offica hoirra.
FOR RENT: Cool, fumithad
apartmant on Via Porra No.
120, baaida Rooaavolt Thaatar,
avariooking SAS Commissary. For
information phona 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furniihad apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, ono badroom, living room,
dining room, with light, gas and
talephona. Sabanas No. 172.
$70. Inquirs 8th Stroat No.
Jt-30. Phono 2-2713.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment to .responsible person, one
bedroom,- all conveniences. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5356.
. FOR RENT: Penthouse, 3 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, hot water, independent
garage, maid's room and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. Ricardo Arias Stroat, Cana Canape
pe Canape Alegre. Phone 3-1860 and
2-2711.
FOR RENTt W (Icex Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. Park's front New Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, garage facilities. P.O. Box
630 Phona 877, Colon.
FOR RENT. Small apartment,
2 new rooms. Good neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Responsible person, A St.
No. 25, Parque Lefevre.,
FOR RENT; Furnished one and
two-room apartments, on the
main. II Hi Street, Parojua Lefe Lefevre.
vre. Lefevre. Phona 3-48 1 8.
FOR RENTt Famished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386, New Alhembre Apart
ments. 1 gth Street, Colon.:
-4-
Frir Aiirf Tf Dlair
aal IvVitl riW r III -K A;:r
rmou$icncenp"
Al Monday Concert
A significant feature In the pre
sent musical season is the presen
tation of world famous pianist Da Daniel
niel Daniel Ericourt of the Rachmaninof
Concerto No. 2 with the Symphony
Orchestra next Monday at the Na National
tional National Theatre.
This will be the second concer
to of the 19S7 subscription series.
ana tne second time in at Ericourt
plays as soloist with the orchestra.
Last year he played Schumann's
Conductor Herbert da Cast rn la
in frequent contact with Ericourt,
wno u coming from Madrid, Spain,
having finished one of his neatest
successes in a recent tour through
Europe. They chose the Rachmani-
nos masterpiece as the best lov
ed of all of the Russian's compo
sitions.
As has happened to many great
composers, the Concerto No. 2 is
the result of a post moral depres depression
sion depression of the author, whose failure
in Jus First Symphony put him on
the verge of absolute Dessimism a-
bout his abilities as music compos-.
er. ii loos time and the true
friendship of one of his admir admirers
ers admirers to shake this lethargy, and
soon after Rachmaninof gave his
"new piano concerto, in C Minor.?'
He gratefully dedicated it to his
friend, Dr. DahL
' Music lovers from Pans ma and
Canal Zone find Ericourt a favor favorite
ite favorite in local circles where he has
many personal friends and is ve very
ry very well liked in this country. Ms
last year Schumann's concerto
drew a capacity crowd, and a full i
house is expected next Monday. The
buoscnptions st special prices for
me remaining five concerts sre
still available at the Department
of Fine Arts, as well as tickets for
next Monday's- Concerto.
Japanese Premier
In Washington
To See Eisenhower

WASHINGTON, June 19 CUP) The MacmLQaa Stassen nieet-
Japanese Premier Nmbusukeiinc coincided with reports that

Kcuml arrived today for talks
witn president Eisenhower which
are exrected to chart a new
course in Japanese-American re relations.
lations. relations. DesDite official intniw.. rvT
confining the discucskms to bas-
K. lone-term Lukm hta n'i

two countrtea, the politically ex-!foL? 'i Jroet disarmament plan
Plosive xase of gIwiiiSb g,,."1 d.eB,Bded
Oirard was ,re to affectthVJ ZX
atmosphere of the talks. nuclear weapons as part of the
Price of suspending atomic testa.

Vice President Richard Mxoa
1

aaa Becreary of State John ros roster
ter roster Dulles beaded the welcoming
delegation who met Klshl oa bis
arrival aboard Els enhower's
place. Columbine II

L.F.AVE ZtfUK AD WITH (INK W 11
UK, runucAciuncs no.

?""r10' trt MOBIUBON 4th of July Av. aV J 8L LEWIS

FAKMACIA LUX -164 Central Avenae

.NBDif:B?S.S!? M 'JAfACIA BAIUBBO-arguo Ufavra

Automobiles
OR SALE 1949 Chavy. A-1
condition, axcsllant r u b b a r,
$360. Call Balboa 1304, S p.m.
FOR SALE 1950 Chovrolat i
door, now tirci,' radio, excellent, -condition,
$450. Call Cristobal
'3-3290. ;, e k
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4-
door 6-cyl., radio, heater, plastic
seat covers, extras, excellent
1 condition, $1650. Call 5-360
. after 7 p.m. ' ;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-doer,
radio, Fordomatic, 24,365 miles,
one owner, excellent condition,
$1000. 5358 Magoon, Diablo,
after 5 p.m. week days.
FOR SALE. 1957 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door hardtop V-8, power glide,
excellent, condition. Can be fi financed,
nanced, financed, :- $2400. House 2229,
Apartmant f, Curundu. Phone
4291, Curundu,
FOR SALE: Ford Coupe Model
A, excellent condition. Balboa
2-4139.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 245 1 2- 2562
Learn Riding) at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding (V Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
' or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call 1
JIM KIDGE
General Agent -Gibraltar
rife Ins. Co.
for rates and information 't
TeL Panama B-055S
CHIROPRACTOR
Or. GERALDO S, LIM
East 34th Street
across from Lax Theatre
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tel. Panama 3-3272.
DAVIDi-BOQJETE
v (RSION ;
:f SUISTDAT; JUNE ttV
' FXDANQTJE TRAVEL V: .:
TeL Pan. M681 ; ;
"Slim goat Hcere eow"
BODY REDUCING
McLevy Machines, Maaaaie
Steam Bat aula and Inula
Medical balta, orth hracea.
ORTOPEDIA NAC10NAL
SS Av. Ante Arosoncn S-R11
Da. SCaoiX ttauieS Chliopeelat
Major Brilish-US
Rill On Nuclear
Testing Hall Seen
LONDON. June 19 (UP) Brit
ish Prime Minister Harold Macmil Macmil-lan
lan Macmil-lan called In U. S. disarmament
deleaate Harold E. Stassen for
Mraonal consultations today amid
reports of a major- Anglo-Ameri
can difference over aaiunf nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests. -'
Hacmillan Invited Stassen and
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd to
diriher at No. 10 Downing Street
tonight It will be the Prime Min Minister's
ister's Minister's first direct talks with Stas Stassen
sen Stassen since the five power disar-
ms men t conference opened.
' Lloyd, who bas taken ever as
Britain's delecate to the talks.
scheduled an afternoon conference
with Soviet Deputy Foreign Min
ittr Vlrian Zorin
Britain has raised sudden new ob
jections to the new U. S. disarma disarmament
ment disarmament en grounds it would jeopar jeopardise
dise jeopardise the entire British defense
plaa. '
Informed sources said Britain s
new reliance os a "nuclear deter-
rent" defense strategy bad throws
nuco una towis cgouauoos
Britain bow cannot agree to such
a has without endangering Mac-
mulan t defense plans, sources
ssid. -
MaemiHaB and S3 asses were ex expected
pected expected to discuss the problem to

C AM ERA
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m HOIISEHor n rirmigr.E i r.
Miscellaneous y
FOR SALE: Hava Pann "Sail-'
; fishar" salt watar raal with 15
thread linan lina'and glass troll-'
lngs rod. : Will rado for oithar. a
35m.m. camera or spinning out
fit. Call Balboa 6367. J
FOR SALE: Save money; Buy
; Clayeo blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
, They are- economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou-'
sand Clayco fr Alfararia, S.A.,
Via' Eipana Ho. 37-48. Phone,
,3-0160. 1 ., v t
Be Owner of .Your Own Homo
. with onlf $t2. -One 3 -badroom
' home, completely furniahad with
"a r957 Chevrolet automobile;
ono 2-bedroom home completely
. furniahad and one 1 957 Opel
Rakord Olympia automobile are
. the three prises of the Grand
Raff I to raise funds for the Na
; tional Sanctuary of the Immacu Immaculate
late Immaculate Heart of Mary to play in ac-
, cordance with the drawing of the
National Lottery on Sunday, July
7. Ask for Marina 2-0740 from,
i 8 to 9 a.m. and from 1:30 to
4:30 p.m.; and 3-2823 after
. 5 ;30 p.m. for any of these num numbers:
bers: numbers: 4661, 4665, 4669, 0900,
0904, 0905. 0907, 0908, 0909.
Healjh Expert Says
4- WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP) -i
Americans who have turned by
the millions to tranquilizing drugs
to ease the pressures of life are
lowering their .own efficiency, s
government mental health: expert
warned today. -, ; i.
Dr. Robert H. Felix, director of
the National Institute of Mental
Health, said in a copyrighted in
terview with U.. S. News and
World Rerjort that normal
healthy persons. should leave the
arugSj aione.
ile said he. b.ad. heard reports
mat 3U per cent oi ail U.S. doe
tors' prescriptions now ) contain
some tranquilizers. s ? v
i'T hink a lot of Jt ibtcsuse
the patients insist sod Ui.ere may
not be an awareness on the part
or some pnysicuns that too much
of. this tsking -the edge off life
isn't good," he said. ?v ; w -1
.-Tension is a good r thing" v as
well as-anxiety, within limits,1
Dr FeH said. .'"Anxiety within
normal limits in an essential part
of normal personality' develop
ment, t: .,-' ...
Most people feel tension, loss of
appeuie,.--Dunernies la tne stom stomach
ach stomach and clafnmv hands. when thev
have to make a speech or deal with
a crisis in their lives. Felix said.
"This is part of nature's, way of
preparing you tor comoat or for
contest, or for a stress situation,"
ne said. Tranquilizers, be added,
"are really defeating the mecha
nism that nature has provided for
the normal person to meet periods
oi peas penormsnce."
Military Junta
Ulules Haiti
With Iron Fist
PORT-AU-PRrNmr. w 1 1
June 19 OJPWThn nw mtll-
tary lunts of Haiti ruled- with
an iron tin today. It served no
tice It will Dermlt no omraJtinrt
from workers, businessmen' or
aissiaent army officers.
Army tanks and nalf-trer-Va
rumbled through -the streets of
uus crisis-ridden capital lty In
a display oU mighV Sentries
were reinforced in the slam
area strongholds of the sud-
poners oi ousiea provisional
rrewaent Daniel Fignole. .-In
In .-In the wake of the Sunday
riou- in wrucn army rorces o-
pened lire on pro-rlenolt de-
monstratorsrllilng at least 60
and wounding some 200 nearly
1,000" potential opponents of
uie junta were Ttmnded. up. t

See The Incredible Shrinking Man,1

lahlnc motioai pictsre ever made. Incredible bees use

almost beyond SmaiiiUng... Incredible becaase every hour
he gets saaaQer and smaller... Incredible because every
anemeat the terror mentsf..-.fer a fascinating sd venture
late the aakaewa. Deal sabs TSZ IXCEtDIBLE SffRIXK SffRIXK-tXG
tXG SffRIXK-tXG MAJf starring Grant Williams and Kasdy Stuart
which OPO'S TOMOREOW AT THE LUX. v

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8ERVICK Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FABMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave

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7 Street a TAKMACIA 8A' Via Porraa 111 av MOVED ADES A THIS Beside

IHomelAf ticles
fOR: SALt: 7-piece oliJ ma-.
hogany uphohrereo' livinf
sat.; Phone 3-7063
K FOR SALE; Leaving foa States.
r
tress 8100; fofa and chair $30; j
Hasas aaTMaSilal amanw Mnwtmm mmm mmm
rocner a i us,. Kircncn toio 3;
blinds 3 for $10 and i for $5;
potty chair. .$3; girl's bicycle
$15. 2-2695..-4:- frrwi
FOR SALE; Wooden Venetian'
blinds, rwelvo 14x52; two 27x45,
" good condition, Call 2-3254.
FOR SALE:- i mttit; line ejL
household .lee's: beds,, drawers,
'desk. : record .. slaver. Children a
- bikes, play gym, and many oth other
er other items. See at 0-21 1 : Ancen.
Phono 2-6317.
FOR SALEjSofa, 2 chairs, ma mahogany;
hogany; mahogany; Q.M. bad, chest, 9x12
. fiber rug, draw rods. 2-1 698..
FOR SALE: Refrigerator cu.
ft. Westingheuso, 25-ycU, all
porcelain, $125. 217iA Rodman, :
Phono Navy 34C0 after 4:30
p.m.-. ,:.:'...;;.:vVf1,s';..Sfc4'.
FOR. SALE: Comolete mahoa
any 8-piaca dining room suite
$175; 4 -piece modem i living
room set $98; Guatemalan. Jiving
' room set $45; studio couchaa
. f r t ii il a . r
neiiywooo .seas ?u.?u,
mavTresaos aj.iHiw Btoi
garden ... umbretlas $1 5; '. jmetal
porch chairs $9.50;; metal, tables
$9.50; m a h e ge n y bookcases
$35," linoleums $6.95, pillows.
i. y a. lain or vreoir. nousa-,
hold Exchangd,K". National Ave. :
41. ,TaJL 3-491L, -3-7341.
FOR SALE: Bed, double, box
spring b mattress, dresser.$100,
floor lamp $5, end tables, 2 for
$5.;Phone,2-26.95S:,:ci; $:
LEAYING Must sail 3-pc. ma mahogany,
hogany, mahogany, imitation bamboo living
room set. like new S75. Avanida
Ernesto. Lafavro N. 40. Pmrmttm'
Lef avre. '.', ii'v-'t t't'Qt.-i
FOR, SALE:, NaWklng slse
;,'eTack Angus'' Rotisiarie. 60-:
cycle ;. $60; 'Stalls 3-eectional
bamboo couch with springs and
J innertpring euahionr $90 odd :
"bamboo end tables. 103 Paitilla
'i Airport Reed and ;Ea,.(.
Slocks Tk! i lidaslt
D(op Featured IJ l
Weakness In Copper
Nkw 'YORK' juhe 19 tV?t
Stocks .' turned in their first de
cline in a week a modest drop
featured by weakness in -copper
shares and losses oi ta point or so
in selectedmotors, oils, aircraJts
ana sieeis. -vy.
The picture was brightened ib?
a good ust ot wwe-moving spec
ialties Eastman Kodak, up 5 3-4
to .113 1-2; General Tire, up 4 3-4
at 90 -38: "American Home rro
ducts, S 1-2 higher at 158 l2;v Mia
neapolis Honeywell, S 1-2: higher
at 111; Lukens, Steel up $ 7-2 to
Activity picked up slightly to
2.440.000' shares from 2.200,000 uon
day but New York's, extreme
heat and the lack of any real fflar-j
ket news dampened trading .in
terest, t- r..'M..5;-5 v,.; Jt
Leading groups all were lower
en average. Inaustriaisxtippea 1.87
points to S11J2; rails .91 to,i.Mj
utilities .54 to 72.58 and the -5
stocks composite average .86 to
178.63. h v s
Weakness in' the coppers ; re
flected .softening prices for 'the
metal abroad. Losses of 2 points
or more aoeoared' Aw Anaconda.
Kennecott, Cerre de Pasco, Mag-J
ma and Inspiration Consolidated
Aside from Uikens, and a n-op
and Tube, steel prices were mestj
lyeasy.'-1 ''.-
Ous were mixed witn Texas on
ever a -point and Ohio Oil up one.
United fell aearly -2 and Douglas
more than a point In the. aircraft.
lice
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SERVICES
J PANAMA 2-461 IS THE
. NUMBCR TO CALL FOR FAST,
. EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV-
ICE. Call before 7 p.m. for same
day service. Local calls $2.50.
, Also radie, hi fi ; and general
electronic repairs. ,
J' .' 1
LOST-Hounet pup, 2 months,
f. blacks 'and whits., brown head.
X 082 U Plank Street, Balboa. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 1-3539.
Flood Insurance.
tungsten Funds
Refused By House
; WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP)
ine House, witn its economy bloc
holding firm, has rejected a Sen
ate-approved-plan to provide funds
iuf jBunciung a leaerauy i suusi-
Oizea Hood insurance program,
In approving a $85,669,925 sup sup-plemental
plemental sup-plemental appropriations bill, the
House also : turned thumbs down r
on a proposal to put the govern
ment, back; into the business of
ouying tungsten from' U.S. produ producers
cers producers at ) above-market prices. 1 :
: The? House Voted 218 to l8fa-gainst-
the flood insurance uro
gram and J.58 to 47 against the
tungsten proposal. It then passed
the biil and sent it back to the
senate.,-
VThe vote .marked thn awond
time this -year the .House refused
to pay: funds for the flood insur
ance program. The measure would
have provided M million 'dollars
to' help pay; private -life insurance
companies and agents for selling
the government subsidized flood
insurance ;policies,..t .,, .-s-.
i The government ? would pav 40'
per cent of thp, cost of the prem
iums ana would pay for all losses
under the program.;, ;' .-.
flood insurance program '. setting
up a 500 million dollar fund to
help pay for the subsidized preni
lums.'But the program cannot get
underway untu the funds are pro provided
vided provided to help bar me nrivate com
panies and agents'.
' Foes of the tungsten subsidy de-1
nouncea it as wastexui. Tney said
the government already had stock stockpiled
piled stockpiled enough tungsten to last the
country 26 years at the.? nresent
rate, of consumption and six year
under "wartime conditions. -
.;-?VKth ; ;
3Matine :$MC
(Contained from Tmf 1
'. -.,t J-. .i- :(!
to errosting officers that they
"had quite a load'4 ef licjuer.
Judge. Demins (asked- Cirri-n
who was the complaining witness
in the batterv ease. wherW h
had suffered any, injury. The eab-
uie repua 1 gooa numoreaiy; -.-"No,,
nothing more than a .pain
ihthe neck.' -'.h .-
. The-Judge thanked
aim
fir
..Robles then nle'aded I lemenrv
for. the. three,, pointing out thai
mey are young mea with no nra-
viows records, and that no serious
uamage naa.oeen done.
HameL he said.' has. onlv been
on tne isthmus three weeks
Marine Lt. Benjamin Resales,
represontlrn the cemmandina af.
Acer ef the throe, also appear
eo to pioae ter clemency,, in informing
forming informing the court they hove-a
toed record In the m 1 1 1 s r y
service. '- i,
The judge then passed aentanea
of $100 each and 30 days in jail
on eacn cnarge. , s v
Later U. Kossles erpressed his
I
regrets- to Caseres for the occur occurrence.
rence. occurrence. '. '.!". vj- .
Robles told Caeeres'and ATbar-
to JUavis, who owns the taxi, that
if they would call at this office
next Wednesday they would be
reimbursed for the S3 fare-the
men owned, and $7 for the repair
of a dented fender the cab tuffer-
cd I
I
All" of Ue .defendants sre at
tached to the Marines headauar-
iera aetaenmem at Koaman.
Some, doubt, seemed to exist
whether they were headed
Rodman or It Kobbe i on V the
night of the incident. v J t
In response to a auestlon it it
wnetner tne men could be court
martialed for the ssme- crimes
after they are released from civil
custody, a Navy spokesman said J
tndav thee lam nnn
of the armed forces provide that
if they are either convicted er
acquitted ia a civil -court they
mar not thereafter oe tneu py
court martial lor toe same action
or conduct i
Search For Weeds
NTw Vnur Tn. 10 ;itlh-
were ordered Sunday to take I
interest m norxicuimre. i
Chief Inspector Thomas A.' Met

son issued the order for ail meo
in blue to watch vacant lots,, farm I
plots, yards. Too fir and even wind- I
ow boxes for marijuana plants
i which sometimes grow srild and f
I sometimes are cultivated by sarco-'
tics addict

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Cangrejo. Phone 3-7361.
Russia's Submarine
Deliveries To Eqypl
May Ce Ccmoullage
LONDON. June 19 fUP) Au
thoritative vsources said today
that Russia's suubmarlne deliv deliveries
eries deliveries to Egypt may only be
"camouflage!' for a project to
shadow the i U.S. and. British
fleets iry the Mediterranean with
the latest long-ranpe U-boats:
s Two of the Soviet submarines
which; reached Alexandria this
week are. the latest type -with an
operaUug range of 15,000 t6 20,-

000 miles, the sources saidmuch ficial confirmation of the sub sub-greater
greater sub-greater than Egypt Itself would marine deliveries, he said,' but
y&,ik$3iM -J:kJ,- si KWM proceedingi on; the basis of

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CHICAOO! Juno 1Q TTP Tl.
E Miller cot snaVeA uh.n hi. it.
foot sailboat capsized on, its maid maiden
en maiden voyage hi Lake Michigan Sat.
urday. But he said hit HoHnn
to boating has not been damper
an ...Mill:. .'.!., .... i .
v" ",ment-ot. the;
oieamsnip vo.-i. :; mv;
ed today they "cannot but in
crease tension in th ..Middle.
East." t
Tt IS much tO ht retrrottBri
the official Spokesman said.:
He disclosed that Britain Vm.
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Between China,
Russian Reds
i i TOKYO, June 19 (UP)- RK
1 Peipihg today confirmed the wid-
ening rift between Chinese and
' Russian communism.
The official Communist Chinese
radio broadcast the amended text
xof 11,000-word speech -by Com
munist party leader Mao Tse-tung
to the Supreme State Conference
"in the Chinese capital last Feb Feb-"
" Feb-" ruaty which launched a drastic i
" wave of reform and liberalilation
in the country. v
- The heart of the speech.; to
v" which Mao made Vcertain addi addictions"
ctions" addictions" before it was broadcast to
, day,- was the statement th a t
there can be "contradictions" -and
ideological differences in a Com Communist
munist Communist state. This is a reversal of
standard Soviet theory reiterated
! recently by Soviet Communist par party
ty party chief JNikita S. Khrushchev,
, Among reforms triggered by
Mae's speech were encourage encouragement
ment encouragement of public criticism a purge
- ef lower-echelon Communist effi-
- ili, admission of errors In the
five year plan whichi ends next
year and the emergence of oppo opposition
sition opposition viewpoints that led to
! strikes and demonstrations.
, Mao laid down the principles of
.liberalization with these words:
; "We cannot compel peop'e to
. give up idealism, any more than
-we can torce them to believe in
Marxism. In settling matters of
- an ideological nature- or contro
versial issues among the people,
we can only use democratic meth

ods, .methods of discussion, of cri criticism,
ticism, criticism, of persuasion and educa education,
tion, education, not coercive, high handed
' methods'
; He emphasized that "in no
' sense do we mean that coercive
' -measures should be taken to settle
ideological matters and questions
- f involving the distinction betwen
,ri;ht and wrong among the peo peo-.
. peo-. v- -Pie."
' Denying the Soviet stand that
everyone agrees under commu-
' jnism, Mao said:
"Certain' contradiction do e
' xist between the government and;
the) masses.. f.'t

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South Sees
Bill As
Hitlerian
ATLANTA. June 19 (UP) An
Alabama state senator today at attacked
tacked attacked House passage of the ad administration's
ministration's administration's civil rights bill as
legislation "comparable to the
Hitler regime."
Sen. Sam Engelhardt, who also
serves as executive secretary of
the Alabama Association of
White Citizens councils, predict predicted
ed predicted "within five, years other sec
tions of the United States, be besides
sides besides the South will be happy to
repeal this bill." v
Engelhardt and other south
ern leaders reacted sharply to
House passage of the legislation
and many voiced hope the meas
ure will meet rougher opposition
in the Senate.
Striking from our basic law
the right of trial by jury la com
parable to the Hitler regime,"
Engelhardt said, referring to the
failure of southern congressmen
to insert a provision calling for
Jtilfy. trial for persons accused
of violating court orders In civil
right, 'casesv; mH:
Georgia Atty.j Gen Eugene
Cook who made several appear
ances before congressional com
mittees to oppose : the bill, said
he hoped the legislation would
run into tougher opposition
when it goes to the Senate.
Virginia Gov. Thomas B. Stan
ley expressed similar hope.
Sen. Herman Talmadge (D (D-Ga.)
Ga.) (D-Ga.) said In Washington the ap approval
proval approval by the House was the
"greatest blow that has befallen
civil rights since the nobles
wrested the Magna Charta from
King John at Runnymeade in
the year 1215."
Talmadge said "there is a
growing body of determined men
in the U.8. Senate who will util
ize every weapon at their com command
mand command to preserve constitutional
government in America."
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Call Passes
Riqhts. Bill
, WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP)
The House finally passed the
Administration's four-point civil
rights bill yesterday after de defeating
feating defeating a last-gasp Southern
move to tack: on the disputed Ju Jury
ry Jury trial amendment -Passage
came on a roll call
vote of 28? to 126.
The "bill's four points would r
Create the bi-partisan, six
member federal commission with
subpena powers to investigate
complaints that voting and oth
er civil rights are being denied
and to study legal developments
affecting them. The presiden
tially appointed commis s 1 o n
would function for slightly more
than two years.
Create a separate civil rights
division in the Justice Depart'
ment.
Authorize the government to
seek federal court injunctions or
other orders to prevent denial of
voting and other civil rights. The'
suits would be started directly in
federal .courts without first go
lno- throueh state courts.
Prohibit private individuals
as well as officials from lnterf er
ing or trying to interfere with
tne ngnt to vote in any general,
primary or special election in
which officials axe chosen.
Local Contractors
Awarded $182,144
IifAriy Conlracii!
;?CohtrcVi-; totaling $182,144
were "awarded by The Engineer.
U.8. Army Caribbeaii, to local
eontnrctors- .during: the latter
part of May, it was announced
yesterday.
Two contracts totaling $si,4it
went to E. O. Hauke .Construc
tion Co. to Improve AAA field
nositlons; at Fort Clayton. Fort
Kobbe and Fort Davis; and to
rehabilitate the lobby of theater
No. 1 at Fort Clayton. v
Calvlno Roquer, Cia. Ltda.
was awarded at $69,681 contract
to Install aluminum Jalousies
and screening in both building
721 at Corozal and building 164
at Quarry Heights and also to
paint the exterior of building
164 at Quarry Heights. The con
tracts also provide for the con
struction of carports at Fort
Clayton and Curundu Heights.
and the replacements of con
crete and wood sills and rever
sal of screens In barracks build
tags at Fort Sherman.
Contracts totaling $26,800
were awarded to Anthony Leg
giere to paint the interiors of
buildings at Fort Amador and
building No. 40 at Fort Gulick.
Aire Frio, 8A is under con contract
tract contract to Install air conditioning
in building No. 88 at Quarry
Heights for $32,724.
A $1,625 contract to install
stainless steel countertops in
various quarters in Curundu
went to Panama Sheet Metal
Works.
Woman's Air Race
Plane Crashes In

OljLandingttempt

CRESTVIEW," Fla., June 1.9
(UP) One of 18 planes in the
annual aB-woman's international
air race from Texas to Cuba
crashed yesterday while making;

aa emergency landing at an aiMdoea not plan to clalm ihe dto-

port here. Neither of the two worn-
ea aboard was seriously hurt. I
n. Virginia Scnumacber of
Unrichaville, Ohio, and Helen
1 ti. .w T .
pinned in their Tripacer plane
wba k nosed over during the
landing attempt. They were tak-
authoritiea aaid they were not
badly hart.
Two Minneaota women rested
In Fort Lauderdale. Fla, and
cd for the stragglers in the race
, ..trk tin
Moil fnxiblet o oouied by oo
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IN CONFERENCE Teamster official Frank Brewster, right,
pf Seatile, is conferring with his attorney. John K.: Pickens
during recess of Brewster's Vial In Washington," D.Ci for con contempt
tempt contempt of Congress. Brewster is charged with failing to answer
31 questions by. the senate investigating subcommittee last

January.

Judg

Rules Contempt

Against Teamster Still Goes

WASHINGTON. June 19 (UP)
Federal Judge John 3. Sirica yej.
terday refused to drop contempt
charges gainst Teamster leader
Frank W. Brewster in the first test
of a controversial .new Supreme
Court decision. 1 ; ;
Sirica ruled that the hieh court's
six to one opinion Monday revers
ing the contempt of Congres com
viction of Illinois labor organizer
John T, Watkins. did not apply in
Brewster's; case. v m-
Meanwhile two other auick chal
lenges to congressional committee
authority shaped up in the wake.
of the court's action. Legal ob
servers believed that at least one
of them might succeed.
Attorneys for playwright Arthur
Ex-Bakery. Union
Official Says He
Quit At Gunpoint
WASHINGTON; June' 19 (UP)
A veteran bakery union offi
cial testified today that he re
signed as president of a Chica
go local at gunpoint because, had
he-refused, '1 probably would
have kotahot. -v -v-
Gilbert Mann, former presi
dent of Local 109 In Chicago,
testified that he arrived In his
office on Jan. 21,. 1955, to find
George L. Staart w since re-
signed as an international vlca
president sitting -at Maan's
desk with an antematlc pistol
la his haasV
I had to resign. The pressure
was onr he said. ', .:
Mann's testimony vromoted a
brief advance appearance before
the Senate Rackets Committee
by James G. cross, bakery union
presidents Cross told the 'Com 'Committee,
mittee, 'Committee, he will cooperate, and
tection of the Fifth Amendment
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) ruled that Mana could
be asked four questions submit
ted by Cross attorney.
Mana. 7L white-haired veter veteran
an veteran of 57 years in the bakery
trade, testified that he had been
president and financial secretary
of the now defunct Chicago lo local
cal local for 35 years when he walked
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icauoer piann iui ocnmicea to
Mn prvvaer.
Mcaellan asked Maaa to ex explain
plain explain what Staart was doiar
with the tun. Mana erolalned
that Stuart had taken tht gva
from the desk drawer.
"He bad the rua in his hand
.. .He aaid Tt got your gun out
of your desk ... He bad the
shells too." aaid Mana.
Stuart, Mana aaid; handed him
a telegram signed by Cross stat stating
ing stating that Mann was bela depos
ed. With Eturt, Mann, said, was
aa auditor no naa been iookinr

into the local a book with his full

NEWSPAPER

FTY1 CENTS
J.
Miller, husband of actress Marilyn
Monroe, asked a federal court to
thrown out hia contempt conviction
on grounds that the Watkins de decision
cision decision fitted his case 'like a glove.'
k "Miller'a attorneys said the
court "made ; it unmistakably
. clear" that a congressional wit'
nes does not have to Invoke the
1 Fifth Amendment to avoid in in-forming
forming in-forming on others. The play playwright
wright playwright had refusal' on grounds
of conscience to Identify othara
at a Communist, party meeting.
- In the other challenge, attorney
Victory RabinowiU told the Senate
Internal Security subcommittee
that the ruling might permit wit wit-neses
neses wit-neses to refrain from testifying
on Communist activities.
J Rabinowita represented three
New York witnesses called in con connection
nection connection with the subcommittee's
investigation of alleged Red pene penetration
tration penetration of the American Commu Communications
nications Communications Association. ,.
He asked acting Chairman Rom Roman
an Roman L. Hruska (R-Neb.) to adjourn
the hearing for a week so he could
have time to study, the Supreme
Court ruling. Hruska granted, the
request.' r.-;,-.. ..
The witneses "wera H. V.
Trout man, vice president of ACA
Local 10; Salvatore Testa, a mem member
ber member of the local's executive board,
and Mrs. Claire Feller, executive
board member of ACA Local 40.
. In the Brewster case, howev however.
er. however. Judge Sh-ica v rulad that a
"much different situation" pre.
vaitsoV Brwtr, a Teamster
vice -president, and head ef the u u-nton'e
nton'e u-nton'e Western Confaranca, had
declined to answer questions bo bo-fore
fore bo-fore tha Senate investigating sub
comanitte on grounds it lacked
iuHadiction to investigate labor
unions. "4 ' J
Brewster's, attorney.'. John at.
Pickens, argued that the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee itself did not believe it bad
this power. He noted that a spe special.,
cial., special., committee, before which
Brewster, and Robert 1L Kennedy.
counsel for the Senate committee.
Bassett -said Kennedy wanted to
investigate, "all the records" of
the Western Conference.
He didn't tell -me tha buroose
of the investigations,' Basset said.
and he didn't tell Brewster ei
ther.' ..
Pickens said he would call
Brewster to testify later.
Regional Director
Of US Labor Dept.
Here On Vacation
' A regional director of the U. S.
uepanmem of Labor ia now visit-
;ing tne istnmus.
He ia Arnie Solera of the Office
of Manpower Administration who
is visiting Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone with hia teenage son, Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, for a two-week vacation.
Solera's headquarters are in Kan
sas cay, mo., and the repon Ik
heads up includes the ft a tea of
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri Nebraska,
and North and South Dakota.
During his stay here be intendf
to visit the Saa Bias do a great
deal of skia-dhing, visit Fort Sar
Lorento, the Locks and other
points interest.

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Yesterday be and his son wen:
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wave ut
CHICAGO, June-19 (UP) A
record beat wave blanketed most
of the U.S. for the third; day
yesterday, broken ; only by scat-
terea storms mat touched off
damaging flash1 floods in the
Great Plains and Ohio .:: River
Valley, n
The death rate, mostly ; from
drownings, soared with the tem
peratures across the eastern half
of the nation.
The Intense heat also caused
power shortages in New York
and Chicago, buckled streets and
highways and disrupted work. In
offices and plants,
',xne united press counted at
least 134 persons dead In disas disasters
ters disasters blamed on the heat and a
succession of floods since the
weekend. -" e v -

500 Trapped In Stcaping-Hot Cars
As Four Trains Stall Under Hudson

NEW YORK. June 19 (UP)'-l
Four crowded .. morning rush
hour, trains from New: Jersey
broke down; in the heat wave
yesterday, trapping 500 persons
in darkened steaming-hot cars
under the Hudson River f o r
more than three .hours.
Eleven passengers collapsed In
the heat. Six of them were
rushed to hospitals. ft
vA total of about 1,500 persons,
some of them standees, were
aboard Hudson and Manhattan
railway trains ; that normally
cross under th Hudson frnm
Hoboken, N.J., to Manhattan's
ueraid Square in 18 minutes.
Yesterday it took closer to a
hours and a half. i
The 1.000 occuoanta of the
three -fe trains : stalled nearest
Manhattan made their way 1, 1,-000
000 1,-000 feet through the tunnel and
op, a 55-foot spiral, staircase to
an escape hatch' on the New
York shore of the iHudsori.
Those on the last train decided
the hike was too long and a a-greed
greed a-greed to sUck it out with the
straphangers sitting on tse floor
or squeezing Into' already filled
bench type seats on the Cars.
Those who stayed put swelter
ed for 3 hours and 10 minutes!
with only dim battery powered
opens;
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At least 110 of the victims

uiuwueu, 34 or xnem in, nine'. aies ana portions of the up-

southern states, 20 in New Eng-
lano, 10 in Ohio, a each in wis.
consin and Illinois, 6 each In New
xorx, maiana and Michigan and
2 in New Jersey.
Flood waters killed 26 persons,
Including 19 in the disastrous
floods that hit the St. Louis
area during the weekend. Flash
floods killed three others In
South-Dakota' and one each in
Kansas, t Iowa, Nebraska ; and
Minnesota.
' Among record high tempera
tures Monday were New York's
93 degrees, Cleveland's 92.4, and
BuffalOj N.Y., withal. Chicago
tied its record high for the date
with a top of 96, i
' A storm-producing .cool air
,mass promised, to bring some
emergency lights cutting -the
tunnel's Inky darkness-
The chain-reaction ; mishap
occurred at 8:05 a.m.: when a
chunk of concrete became dlS'
lodged from a tunnel wall and
ieu on tne electric third rail
The rail was pushed out of line.
When a train from New Jersey
came along, ; it caused a short
circuit that ; knocked the elec
trlcity out. -Jin
"It was hot and sweltering; In
the tunnel and the air was
loui," said Miss Joan Boogda Boogda-nlan,
nlan, Boogda-nlan, ;22, North Bergen, N. J.;
an insurance company .machine
operator, "but everyone remain remained
ed remained calm and we made the most.
of If.. i I .
Two Tollce emereenev- sound
of 35 men and three ambulances
from t St; v Vincent's Hospital
rushed to the .emergency exit
and helped the passengers
through- the hatclv:
wmie tne four trains of four
cars each were stuck under the5
river, the railway diverted its
service inrougn the clogged
tunnel to Its other tube under
the river. Full service was res restored
tored restored at 11:15 a.m.- when the
500 perspiring passengers on the
last train finally rode Into in v.
light again.
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l relief today to the Plains
per '-.and
middle Mississinnl
Valley on
- eastward.
its slow .advance
In New York City, the drain bi
electricity from millions of ah
conditioners,: electric' fans ant
refrigerators caused a powe
shortage. Some 70,000 resident
of sections of the Bronx ant
Brooklyn were temporarily with without
out without electricity when power was
cut off to prevent severe break
downs.
Office- buildings; v depkrtmen
stores, hotels and theaters cu
elevator and, escalator servio
and turned off their' displa'
lights to help ; conserve electri
off its plaza fountain and cut it
city.. The United Nations turnet
lighting, to a minimum,
At Mahway, N.J.,; 2,500 produC?
tion workers at the Ford Motof
Co. walked out at.
temperature reached 94. Employ!
es of some other firms were dls
missed two hours enrtv dm.
the heat..?,'S-:;, vv-;. :.-J-r'. i
' All New Jersey5 state' employe
were -dismissed early because i
was too hot to work. .;
- At Torrington,J ; conn., t publli
school pupils were dismissed be
cause it was too hot to stiidy. i
' The-; heat buckled. v pave-'
ments on sections of the inter inter-borough
borough inter-borough parkway in Brooklyn
and the belt, parkway in
-Queens. v j I
In northwestern Indiana, traf-I
fic was snarled when the pave pavement
ment pavement cracked on U.S. 20 west o
Michigan City and on Ind, 5!
near Gary. it
Chicago also suffered a oowe
shortage' when the early seasoi
heat wave caught the Commons
wealth Edison Co. with somev of
its generators under repair. Thi
utility borrowed 120,000 kilowatt!
from- neighboring utilities it
Illinois and "Wlsconsin as arf
emergency measure, workers 1j
tne commonwealth, Edison Looi
office sacrificed' their" own ai i
conditioning ."and turned of
lights tO conserve powef. f ;( j
i The hot weather also affected!
the West Coast where Los Ange
les simmered ia .; a JOO-degreq
reading., san Francisco had it:
warmest day of the year with 8d
and the mercury hit 93 at Oak-j
land. Forecasters predicted some
what cooler temperatures along
the, California, coast today,
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