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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, : JUNE 22,1957

nr ccnx

Huge Navy Dry dock

Slowly Sv

PC Dipper

i i J '''if.' V

vdlldws

Dredge

The huge Navy, floating dry dry-doclc
doclc dry-doclc ARD No. 14, today -was till
at pier ia In Cristobal, whefe the
complicated operation of loading
the big Panama Canal dipper
dredge Paraiso onto It was not
expected to be finished until to-

night. ,
Originally, the dry dock, which
was brought here from Bostom
was scheduled to leave Cristobal

tat New Orleans this morning

but it. was reoorted that the

loading operation was not com completed
pleted completed yet. !t'-l'
' The drvdock with the dredge,

'(headed, for the St. Lawwrence

waterway 1 and a biz 1,000 U'

bic-yard capacity barge inside

may leave either tonight or ear early
ly early tomorrow,, in tow of the '.1 ,700
horseDOwer tug which' brought

the- drydock from .Boston t the
Isthmus, 'tn
" 'The tug.whlch Is now owned
by the Sabine Towtng Conifra
ay of New Orleans Is no strang strang-r
r strang-r to Canal waters. It is the
former Panama Canal tog Em-
pire, sold several years ago
; re-PHRined. t ;.- ':,::. f
y pvt, this Is the maiden

V . .i 1 1 -' i t 1 '"!
r t r .irtuiis. Ha., for the 1&L,

12 years. She was taken to Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, and from, there towed to
'.-the Zone. 1 v- '.r'-J. -'.V-'
r The drydock to similar : to
those which were .floated
a. through the Canal several years.

i ago on their siaes oecause uw

wero too wme to pass mun

4 S

PC BuSgel Review
Scheduled To Start

Monday

j i .' -.

, xne annauai Duagei -reew
The Panama Canal Company-Government
operations for' the aboard
' of directors will open Monday
morning at Balboa Heights by the
Board's Budget and r f 1 n a n e e
. Committee.
v Arriving Jn tho Canal Zone this
weekend Uf attend -the three-day
meeting are Kalph H. Cake, of
Portland, Ore., chairman of the
committee; Maj. Gen. Glen E. Ed Ed-gertoo,
gertoo, Ed-gertoo, of Washington, D.C.; and
Robert P. Burroughs, of Mil-

cheater, N. H. A fourth mem mem-;
; mem-; ber of the committee is Govr W.

E. Potter.

Also here to attend the meetings

Will be W. M. Whitman, secretary
.of, the Psnama Canal Co. from

. Washineton.

A busy three-day schedule for

the committee has been arrant-

j m : -kjr J

mn nam r.nvninsi uismn m nnii m v

morning in the board room of the

Administration Building at B a l-

boa Heights will be devoted to a
. manacment review as well as a

general discussion of financial

-problems snd Canal Improvement
projects.
- Field Inspections of Various company-government
installations are
scheduled for both Tuesday and
Wednesday during which work
projects and installations Oa both
sides of the Isthmus will be vis visited.
ited. visited. The fin si day of formal sessions

on Tnursdsy will be devoted to

. budget reviews of several bu

reaus. "'

the locks. Since the Uavy dry dry-dock
dock dry-dock is not transiting this will
not be necessary.
The Paraiso. which has been

on a standby status for several
years Is bound for the ; Great

Lakes and the St. Lawrence Sea Seaway.
way. Seaway. It will be taken to New Or Orleans
leans Orleans where it will be unloaded
from the drydock and towed up
the Mississippi River and through
the ir Illinois waterway to Lake

' The Paraiso Is "one of three
dredges which were ordered
for use on the Panama Canal
; just before the end of the eon
struction period. The two oth other
er other dredges were the' Gamboa,.
which was sold several years
ago, and the Cascadas, cur currently
rently currently in Use here:
The Navv drvdock. carries a

crew, of 64 men and three offi

cers. They arrived in Cristobal

Thursday mgnt, a day or so De De-hind
hind De-hind schedule because of engine
trouble which took the tug into

Jamaica for repairs.'; :f :: ;
; The loading operation yester yesterday
day yesterday included the flooding of the

floating dryciocK, tne towing m
rt th Hrp- snd the tan:? af-

i- vuiwi L-Ui v. ere secured lr
th tonor Journey north and the

water Dumred from the drydock,

., JFor the time, being the dredge

and three barges, two of wntcn
left. Cristobal June '1 In tow of

the commercial tug O c e
Prince, will be used in the Or at

Lakes. They ; will, replace two
Corps of Engineer dredges which

will be transrerreo; to, me oouka.
Cornwall Channel of the St

1

: HI'bt FLOOD WATERS The town of Ellis,;'. Kan'., lies five feet deep in' flood waters after
torrential rains overflowed nearby Big .Creek. Floodt also hit parts of Minnesota,. South Da-i
kota,: Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois and Ohio. , ,.',.,, ,

North' Dakota Tornado Takes Ten Cives;
Six :Children' Die -Telephonirig ror. ;Help

Boyd

FARGO, N.D., June 22, (UP)

Fargo counted 10 dead today in

a tornado which killed six chU
dren at the moment they tele.

phoned their mother for help

yesterday. A family of three al

so was killed. :

Police radios warned there was

J:1

Terry r.Icore
Tslay f fcfotSae
For Divorce

ITOLLTWOOD, June
(XTP) Attorney Jerry G'es'er
Said today- there was a P P-ibilityT
ibilityT P-ibilityT that artress Terry,
Moore woi4 withdraw ber di-

ree eotrpiaiat afirl ra- In f r c
ma JTTseraece mm ree Me-j rflCe Ul JUCCCSS

crato.

Cieder ai l (he earliest that

"y ieral f ties row Id be start started
ed started weald Monday becaas
Miv Msore was In Dearer.
Cel. The artrtw ffW hr se't
Ut Mdr. aed MfGrath
sinre baa drnted all beT accv accv-satiivns.
satiivns. accv-satiivns. The tin;' was marriM st
Las Vejis, .Ner, Ja. 1,

Tvrrnr Reawav r V

,' Later, when the' e and,
larger U.S. locks re In "serv "service,
ice, "service, the Paraiso will probably
bo transferred to the Seaway
proper, but this wtfl not be be be-'
' be-' ini losa. v ''

Work of preparing the dredge
and,' the three scows for their
long ocean trip was done by
Dredging and Industrial Division

forces. Heavy pans, sucn as

spuds, and dippers, were recon.
dltloned bv the Industrial Dlvt

sion after the dredge had been

dismantled at Gamboa.
Th narts for the dredge were

takea through the Canal to Mt.

Hope by the craneboat Auas ana
then teturned In the same fash-

inn ftjr mausiriai jjituiuu

forces had completed their Jart

of the Job.

Transit Records::

Will De Broken :
Unlil Juh? Ends

Each ocean going commercial
hirh transits the Panama

Canal from now until midnight of
June SO will be starting a new fis-

csl year report. t

Last fiscal years recora m.

as transits by occan-soint com'

tnereial vessels wss surpassed eaM

lier this week and by Thursday
at midnight, with 10 days to- go,

a total of 8,30 transits naa oeen
recorded. If the level of traffic
for the first 20 days of the month
is maintained during the remain

der of Jnne the year's total will
be approimstely 8,500..
This is the sixth consecutive fis fiscal
cal fiscal year which has been former
transit records broken for the Pa Pass
ss Pass ma Canal. In US2 the former
record set during the late 1920 s
was surnassed. Since then a new

record has been set every fiscal
year.
A complete new set of records
will be written into the books this
focal year milk new bchs in tolls,
cargo, and. transits. In addition,
new monthly records bav been
set during this yesr for both tran transits
sits transits and cargo shipments.

a danger ,; of ;; more tornadoes

frnnv Fare o to International

i ails, Minn, 'iornado warnings

were also posted1 for parts of
Kansas,! Nebraska, Missouri Io Iowa
wa Iowa and Wisconsin. .p'.,Oy
National Guardsmen impos-
martial law on this tornado-blasted
city of 45,000 and
Mayor Herschelt Lashkowits

and North Dakota Gov. John
' Davis joined K appealing for
federal disaster assistance.
' The dead included six children

of Mr. and Mrs: Gerald Munson.

The tornado crushed their home

last night just as the oldest of
the children .was screaming to

her overcthe telephone,- "Mom

mie. It's hit us! :

Rescue workers also uncovered

the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Udahl, both about 60, and
their daughter, Mary, about 8.

In anotner shattered home,

they found the body of Don Tit Tit-gen.
gen. Tit-gen. .28. His wife was the. most

critically injured of. the 105 tor

nado casualties, v v tl

Munson was located, yesterday

morning. In Bismarck, ND... but

friends and newsmen there could

not find the courage to tell him
the full extent of the tragedy.. He
read in a, -morning newspaper

mat tnree oi we cnnaren were
deacL! The gtory was written be

fore the other bodies were iden

tified.

4

The distraught father, took, a

piane ior Fargo, 'y--y

Bereft Father

Had Feeling
1 V I .....
Of Foreboding

r.:

CHICAGO. June 73 CtTM

BISMARCK. N.D., June 22 OTP)

Gerald Munson, weeping at the

deaths ol bis children in the Far-

co. N.D.,- tornado, said today be

had a feeling of foreboding

when he learned the windstorm

had sturk. ,

Munson. a truck driver. learned

from a newspaper account that

tragedy had struck the home he

left m Fargo to come here. He

broke into tears desite the ef efforts
forts efforts of a hotel clerk to soften the
blow. ...

And he was not told immediate

ly that all but two of his eight
children were dead. The newspa

per, an early edition, said only
three bad been killed.
No one could muster up enough
courage to tell him of the deaths
of three others. .--',.'
"Why did this . nappfl to
ne?" be eobsMOV "I thoushr
rh world of thes kids."
Munson told the United Press lie
first learned of the tornado from
a television program last night.
"I bad a feeling something like
this might happen," he said. "I

could hardly sleep a wink

Two hundred miles to ; the
southwest, another tornado
killed a woman in the Ashton-
Athol, S.D. area. The death
brought the tell of last night's
twisters, to H J. W them chll-

l". Yw-i wr $

The Red Cross said the masH

sive twister had ; destrpyed at
least 300 homes in the north and
northwest areas of the city and

damaged 750 to '1,000 ; more.

Damage estimates went as high

. million dollars,' fiivUi

' "The most devastated areas of
Fargo resembled a huge lumber

camp late yesterday. :

The scream or power saws
could be heard throughout the
city, together with the smack of
axes and the smell of sawdust.
Guardsmen and volunteers were
using, every tool available, in including,
cluding, including, tractors, bulldozers, 'and

road-scrapers, to cut and clear

away the wrecked homes.
Guardsmen closed .off the

worst-hit neighborhoods and
demanded police authorized
passes from anyone: trying-to
' enter'v";:..:V, nJ' C ?
-The W children' of 'the Mun

son family died alone when the

"Mommle, it's hitting usi she

saia m tne nexi oreatn. ,;;
MrS. Munson rushed home
, through the ravaged streets
and found' her home had-become
a tomv'''4--'.
The bodies of three bfVher
eight children were i the' tor-

Jtured. rubble. Three ,-aiore diqd ftt

r.Wv.deai were'CMirrVBelh
Munson,. 18 nionths, Lois Ann,

2i years; ijeannette, 5, Bradley,
10, Darwin; ; 12, and ; Phyllis.
Ricky.' 8,; survived the-tornado.

His brother; Leroy,- 12, was aafe

visiting irienas.'

T

Denies

Secret Talks

With Nasser

r 1

Foreign Minister Aqulllno Boyd

today flatly denied that he has

been secretly conrerrmg witn
President Gamal Abdel Nasser of
Egypt on a diplomatic move to
seek the internationalization of

all lnteroceanlc waterways. r
Boyd's denial came as a result

of a report In the bi-monthly
Spanish language magazine Vis Vision,
ion, Vision, which said that western In

telligence agents had i in forma formation
tion formation that: the Panama Foreign
Minister -Is quietly trying to
reach an agreement with Nasser

for joint diplomatic action by

tne Airo-Aslan 'bloc and some

Latin American countries. .::.
Biyd firmly denied he was cor

responding; with Nasser, adding

mat, ne "aeciaeaiy oeueves tnat
only among Panamanians should

we discuss and seek solutions for

the problems which confront us

as a result of having the Pana

ma Canal in our territory.

Moscow Confirms

Sub Sale To Egypt

LONDON., June 22 (UP) The

Soviet Union confirmed today it
has sold three, submarines to Er

gypt ,,':;,;.jV-: .'i-.i'
A Radio Moscow Arabic lan language
guage language broadcast declared Egypt

bought the submarines y to safe safeguard
guard safeguard her security."- t v i---s:
, The broadcast declared ; there

had boin m tm:?MM-'('f
in the West", over ''ttC' suuuiaie

transfer and added: jt-r
-Egypt is- an independent 'state
and nobody eafl deny er the le

gal right toi purchase the arms
she considers essential to I a f e-

guard hw independence, ana from

any country wnosf arms sne con

aiders sre more oenenciai to ner,

' 1

$12,

To Be

850000

Used On

200-E Section

'!

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Millionaire Quits Mayflbwr II;
Squeeze Is 6n ys Journalist

LONDON. Jiine (UP) : A Lower' refuse to surender con-

millionaire ftosnclet quit the Msy-trol of the sailing! ship.
tt nrffonw.tinn tndiv -hrff-l Charlton charged Thursday tnat

i kot .hi, Vi.cnnnanpa rvneBed "the b0V bOV".l Sre trying tO

on "gentleman's sgreement" to squeeze him Wut of the project

surrender the replica Pilgrim ship

and its income to a cnaritaDie
foundation. r.-' v--, .'
. fell Fen'stonj1 who says' he
backed .the Mayflower 'scheme to
the tune of $98,000, said in a mid midnight
night midnight statement that he has sev

ered- connections., with Warmick
Charlton, ; the Loiidon newsman.

who dreamed up the idea i
"Mr- Charlton and Mr., (co-pro

tnoter) John Lowe have not held

"long black arm" of the tornado: their. orieinal sBreement." Fen-

craanea vuruugu;; riu "vi"jtton said. "All my.-personal O-

before 8 p.m.

-in J.V'nelghboring Moorhead,

Minn., their mother answered a

telephone call in the bar where
she worked and heard the voice
of hen daughter, Phyllis, 16.
"Mommie. there's a storm

coming at us," the girl screamed. Argyll,

bligetions in connection with the
. .i 11 a i i..u

jaayuower wiu pe raei w tuu.
He said he never-got around to

organizing the Mayflower Founda

tion, a. cbairitable group which

was to nave oeen neaaea oy a
erouo of Prominent Britons in

cluding himself and the Duke of

because r uisruon- ana

"They don't think it's right for

an old tournslist nke me 10 De

in Mntrol." he said. '

iney uniif. uiai uuw

is done and f tne amp nas sauea,

I should turn it over to tne Dig

bovs. but I won't. I'm in control

snd I'm enjoying IV

He has threatened to sue the

Daily Exoress. the News Chroni

cle snd the Dsiiy snetcn ior u u-bel
bel u-bel because they reported that
the Mayflower project hasn't psid

1VS DUU. i
Charlton admitted. there are
some bills outstanding, but' said
they will bo paid off soos.

Y'JJbi Pilgrims left England up

to their eyebrows in debt," he
said. "It took them four yesrs to

pay off. I certainly won't take, us
that long-we'll be paid up in s

they will be paid off soon.

WASHINGTQN, JMne 22 (UP) The Export Impqrr
Bank thnounced today a $12,850,000 loan to Panamd
to assist in completing a 200-mile section of the Inter-

American Highway, ., i :

.Ihe section is composed of these strips of highwdy:
from Penonome to Santiago, 64 miles; from Santiago 'to

Guabala; 62 miles; from Guabala to Puerto Escondido, 41

miles; from David to Concepcion. 16 miles and from Con

cepci6n to La Cuesta, 17 miles. 'rj,'.

The bank pointed out that the Panamanian section

of the highway is a part of the 1590 international fob J
which, when, completed, will extend from the United
States border-through Texas and the Central American

countries to Panama City. .' e .--.j-:;:; V;

.The bank also noted that the Dortion of the h all

way which passes through the Central American repub republics
lics republics and Panama: is being built with-the. United States
paying two-thirds of the cost and each country through
which it passes paying one-third. ; ?

'The 412.850.000 loan to Pan-lton to the west H of tb n

srftn. will ssist-iff"rinancinglits! jpna' Cs "wit r'V- "

one -,uud ccntrlbution coverings j, av4, PeujnoiiiU lo
the cost of grading, -drainage, latter, section now is bei;
base course and bridges, and all, ished, which will make at 1

excess costs of concrete, surfac

lne. exclusive of ; cement the

bank said. ::.
Earlier -credits lay the Banfcto
assist other countries to com complete
plete complete the Inter-American High

way have been;

To Costa Rica, S9,540,uuo

Nov. t; 1958. c

To Nicaragua. $2,000,000

Dec 28, 1950.

To Honduras, SI, 650,000

Feb.'6, 195T.

Those loans ana tne one an announced
nounced announced today brought to S26, S26,-440,000
440,000 S26,-440,000 the total of loans made
by the Export Import Bank to
assist In building the highway.
The bank minted out that

Panama already has completed

these sections jof the highway:
Puerto Escondido to David, An

on

on

on

1919 Nobel Winner

Dr. Johannes Stark

Dies In Germany

of approximately 96 miles i i
Panama completed.
The bank said .that adminis administrative
trative administrative arrangements provide
that the Republic1 of-Panar

will disburse the loan funds i

der the supervision of the of I

of the Inter-American High
The office is an authority joint jointly
ly jointly maintained : by the govern

ment of Panama and the United
States Bureau of Public Roads.
The loan is to be repaid Mn
quarterly Installments over a r
year period beginning not la r
than July 31,1962.

TRAUENSTEItf. Oerminy,

Juno 4 22 (UP) Nobel prize-!

winner physicist Dr.

Stark died last night. He was 83

years old.; ;- ; .

Dr. SUrg' was awaroea me

Nobel prize in physics In 1919
for his work on the so-called

"Stark effect,", in which the
soectrum was spilt by passing

through field of electrical zorce.

Argentine Warship j
Goes Through ter f;

Firsl In 20 Years

For the first time in about zn
years, an Argentine battleship,
the Moreno,-has transited the li li-nsma.
nsma. li-nsma. CanaL ;, -..J..

Although there have been ot: r

Johannes iiyP" l8en"ne tu 1lfl"l"-J

they hsve never seen a battleship
from Argentina. ,, v
The Moreno .is being tow 1
from Argentina to Jspan whr
she will be converted to ten p.

FiMillio Beg American Help

EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the
first in a series of dispatches on
whore we stand in the fight O'
gainst alcoholism. It reports on
the growing incidence of this of
f liction, end the scope of our of
forst to control tt.

s J

By LOUIS CASS ELS.

WASHINGTON. June 22 (UP-

Alcobolism today claims nearly

five million victims in the United
States. It ranks with heart disease,
cancer snd mental illness ss one

of our four major health problems.

America is spending millions to

curb the other three diseases

snd is getting results. But we

have yet to launch sn effective na national
tional national fight against alcoholism.
The number of alcoholics is grow-,
ing at a rate of at least 100,000 a
year..
These are some of the findings
of a United Press survey into the
status of the long-promised "counter-attack"
against alcoholism,
The survey showed heartening

progress in some areas notiBly

Munson walked downstairs thisiia new treatment techniques which

And, in the words of Dr.. Willi Sm

C. Menmnger. the famous psyenia

trist, "only a pittance -of money is

being devoted to changing tne pic
. v. -

The present scope of the alco

holism problem and our compa comparatively
ratively comparatively feeble efforts to deal with
it are demonstrated in the fol

lowing facts, supplied by the A-

mencaa Medical Association, the

National Council of Alcoholism, the

Yale Center of Alcohol Studies, the
National Institute of Mental Hearth
and State Alcoholism Agencies:

. If yew drink alcoholic bever beverages
ages beverages end well ever half of all
American edwbs do the sta-
tistical oeWs sre one in 15 that yew
eventually will be come an ol ol-cohollc.
cohollc. ol-cohollc. - I
Medical science no longer draws

the distinction that was popular a

few years sio between "problem

drinkers" snd alcoholics. It now

applies the diagnosis of alcoholism

to any drinker who depends oa al

cohol to meet the ordinary de demands
mands demands of living snd whose use of
alcohol tas begua to cause him
serious problems at home or at

," .- .r .1'V moraine and ricked uo a newsna- todat offer the alcohobe a brifihtlwork.

.r. Z tft rWt Mi tZ,L rJ! P-. A lerk, who had learned ofiprospect of recovery if he seeks Alcoholism, thus defined, is in in-fhf
fhf in-fhf T-.l b.?.. the disaster, took it from hirn just: competent help. These sdvances! creating in all parts of the eua-
m ,k 7 5 Ti ne saw a pict.jre of hu J year- wiU be covered in a subsequent dis- try, in sU segments of society.
5Z.lvitfd tu mother, who had okj daughter. -JeanneUe ..on the patch. and st all sge leveU from 20 U

.... v ?, I rrofit pae. But it also showed that only stt. The nuBiber of woman alco-
i iV vlJ. A (J('nei M""0" s' er-fe. sfarirg oul'small percentaee of alcoholics arejholics is growing especially fast.

...u aui. - m i- rui. nt -ri m cuw, mere are si.j van cans in our a iiconoucs was a woman, l o-

say rates, law enforcement and medi

cal expenses, suuones coauuer
one billion dollars a year a con con-serVauve
serVauve con-serVauve figure for the ". direct,
countable cost of alcoholism.
And what are we spending to

combat this menace? The one1

word answer suggested by the U

nited Press survey is "peanuts.

a nirty three states snd tbe
District of Columbia aow have of-

ticial alcoholism programs. Some

oi them exist mainly oa paper.

Outers operate clinics snd hospi

tals, an1 conduct research and pub

lic eaucauoa services

For the support of all of these

programs, suae legislatures last

year voted a grand total of $3,82

100.

The lumber ot patients treated

by all state supported faculties

in lttt was 22.XS or less than

one out of every 00 of the na nation's
tion's nation's alcoholics.

T)e vwaeercn picture h eqva
hr block. A chock of ma ior fed fed-orel
orel fed-orel crete end private ogoncioo
fvmed HP O total onnwal owHey
of lose e t700,90 for scionri-.
fie studies wf okonoliam. This is
ntr one fifrii os mmkIi as fbo
Agricatture OopeHiweid spando
oeen year for rosoorcli on foot-ond-tnoxtb
d'SMto in cattle.
The need for a msch broader

ed hu prwptrity.

'for Fsrjo unmeiate..

ikaolede ito4 Uiis afflictioa. day, the ratio is at least one out a id ia Lbar crime and accident

of five '-sorne authorities
much hither.

It is easy to underestimate the
incidence of alcoholism because it
is an "iceberg" problem 90 per

cent bidden from sight. For every
skid-row type bf alcoholic, whose
deterioration of mind and .body
wss become too greet to be dis

guised, there sre tune "niaoen al alcoholics"
coholics" alcoholics" who arc in the early or
middle stages of this progressive

disease.

Those "hidden elcehelics ere
still able to keep up appear appear-ences.
ences. appear-ences. They continue to function
ot least part time, as wives end
mothers, or es business end
profession! men. The vest sne sne-j
j sne-j or try of them wiM not ocknol ocknol-edge,
edge, ocknol-edge, even to themselves, tHet
they have loot control over their
drinking end have become ad addicted
dicted addicted to ekefteL A pwbseoMonf
dispatch in this eeriee will toil
you hew you con test yovroolf to
determine whether yon ere in,
or moving toward, this group.
The real cost of alcoholism

cannot be measured, because ate

one csa put a price tag oa a brok broken
en broken home, a brilliant career down
the drain, a bumaa life that turns

into a nightmare of Hangovers,
blackouts, broken promises and sn-

controUable cravings.

But a minor part of the cost csa researcn effort has long beta re-

oe estimate, wage mrt itr,-tvu-Tj ; ictiul. orrrn years i -- V, ...
bulM to aarobolism amount to Cjago, the National Research Coua- faked to find him iJ r

no Ar.'An a oar. Wkn tooiCU announced, with Mmtirfw.hl'crcppra iro m m i.c

In addition to two Dutch tugs. U.

battleship added three Csnal tugs
for its southbound transit today.
The 600-foot long vessel started
its transit yesterday morning, and
got as faras Gamboa. Today the
battleship, which displaces 6.r )
tons, continued the Csnsl trans
and wss nearing the Pedro Mig
Locks before noon.
Fernier end Company are the 1

cal agents.- ,
Sunday Amcricc:

To Hit Streets
At 4 A.r.l.' Sunday
In a move almedat giv!
readers falter weekend spor
eoverage, tbe management
this newspaper decided t
clone the sports pares Ut
than asaal oa Satorday night ..
As a result of the snev
starting tomorrow, tbe Su--day
Americas will not be c
th streets sintn 4 a.m. S S-day
day S-day morWlor, Instead of 1
Satarday nibt as bas be
the easteae.

Name 'Pops' Up
KALAMAZOO. Wch. J- -fUPl
Kenneth Littens, V
back in Jail today as a r
violator. Police had been

for hint for three montv

m

tCoaueoed oa rage Is

Lad become a father.



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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Half a Column
More Or Less
Now and Then

Afthe End of the Communist Rainbo

i A drive through Comal, our adjoining county, gave m i
ichanoa to see the damage by the late rains and, also to
Comal Springs at Wew Braunfels running again, though at omy
about half normal. j

i We made the usual drive up tne uuaaaiupe ivr mu
...knt. anrf a mart almost imDassable. They are- to

dam the river lor power and a part of Ban Antonio's water

supply, out K wui aeswoy lui 'i4u"
; sites. We drove to the highest on the network of roads ana
: n vuitcH .imn and nrpnttred s good dinner, and I notea

all the ware on the table was plastic eatcept my ice tea glass

and spoon. Sure looks like tne piasuc age,

' : ;, Comal County boasts of the best scenic network of roads i in
the State, but will have to do a lot of work to make all usable.
And that goes for San Antonio, for detour signs are everywhere
on the East side and approach to bridge over railroad to Port

famBaseball is the main topic on the radio and our team, the
Missions, have had a lucky streak and pulled themselves out of

tne hole alter a long smug oi iuoiu.
j The highway-death toll gets worse all the time, and some
Jt tt i. .!.,. t,a,.a ail hi rnla vtnla.tions and Dure carelessness.

Most all here Involve some of the Armed Torces, and I suspect

an alcohol mixture.
, j Monitor last night gave us the reason why our soldiers in
lbreign countries cause so much trouble. He says they are the
best paid in the world, anf the women in these countries want
the money and are getting a-good part of, it People in some
v.. ntria tiavan't. hnit noiio'h to eat for veers, and

lnd our boys easy prey. Strange how far some people wui go

tor our fifty-cent dollar.

Coir roadwork Is beginning with contracts running into tne

I

t Millions and I hear a special session ef the legislature-Is in
$ ; tight to provide funds to construct dams to conserve ow ww.
ii-'was going to drive to Jacob's "Well to eee If 1t was. flowing

i -, again, but ran against, a. sign roaa wo1 ; ;. ; v
I' 1 1 .-'V "''. sincerelif.V 3 t. ''r-j
! Pop Wright

I .pjg. ror further information call on Bill Hasklns. Pop.
( .,
1 J MORE ON GIKARD
'Air: ,, ,
SU I .m hereinr yw
riibllshed, entlUed "Appeasement of Japanese," to the jhope
' i.iat, In the interests of Journalism, you will not print every

. fiit of trash that is thrown your way.

ill think that for the .past 11 years the TJ. 8. has been trying

ti Instill a democratic way of life in the Japanese, consiaer
- the money, time, and human effort that has been given to this

ataitaa WkH tt tllfwi A11F TmfVm Tinw M.Tn llTITJlT LI 1Mb LOB oi ML U

( fvewliOO 4S I U tW UiU VI a. (BTa.a w r""

- knese are still still savages, since they are incapaoie or render rendering
ing rendering Justice In their courts, would nullify most of our efforts.
We are not trying to appease, and I believe that thla fiasco
. Vkrtfi with a blunder by the Dept. of Army in japan original-

i ly. We are not sacrificing Girard. Japan is not our' enemy

i .and apparently Girard is oblivious of any code of laws, as ne
f has demonstrated by his actions and statements. The eomparl eomparl-;
; eomparl-; on of conditions in Japan and those existing in the Canal
Zone la completely illogical, as you should be able to see.
I ; The author speaks of friendly countries, business partners,
former allies and enemies, etc., In his discussion of Justice
' -emotional Jargon. .
. ? .
! "All because he accidentally shot a trespasser and scavenger
. on an Army gun emplacement"
I My opinions are-as follows: Any man who accidentally or
. jDtherwlse shoots a defenseless lady who obviously isn't meaning
-any harm, even If she is trespassing, is not acting within the

. line of duty, and therefore should not be allowed to hide feenina

1 tne skirts of his employers.

i' Are we capable to Judge Girard if we consider a Japanese

.woman oi less vaiue as numn oeing man some moronic
soldier who thinks that he is playing a game.
I am disgusted 'with you for printine such trash. Are you

Journalists, or Just 'some unthinking machines that need so

much print to fulfill your obligations in giving tts five cents
.worth.
SMler

By CRID8 CALHOUN t al

OHI O 0 OH I JAMIS THURBERI

James Thurber is one of my fa

vorite authors and artists. I love I
his doleful dogs and fear his pre-1

aatory women. 1 have long want

ed to collect first editions of Thuisl

ben I do have a1 friend who has!

a first edition of The White Deer,

one or my lavonte xairy tales.

' Also I have a Colombian friend

who was a classmate of James

Thurber at Ohio State University.

He started out to be a newspaper

man. but wisely switched to cof

fee planting, a much more profit-

aoie occupauon. until Thurber's

eyes failed he wrote his classmate
a letter once a year with Thurber

illustrations. These letters are a

collectors item surely.

.Now Thurber. desert hi nltifnl

blindness, has written a new book,

ine wonaernu u." it li Dubiuh

ed by Simon and Sinister, $3.90,

Only Thurber could write a book
about 0, which when unsupported,

is noming. He nas written a fan fantastic
tastic fantastic book of 73 pages, illustrated,

uoui a single letter oi tne alpha alphabet,
bet, alphabet, and a letter which is exixnda-

ble and superfluous according to

xnuroer.

Of course, it la a fainr tl ifh

the added spice of buried treasure

on an island named "Oorno." On

man has the trsditional map and

aaouer nss a snip, xne latter
has hated O ever since his moth

er got wedged in a port-hole and
had to be shove out, because she

cowan i ne puuea in. His hatred
waa so compelling that he named
his shin "Aeiu" in honor f 11

the vowels except O. ;

..ujce tne many hunters who have
sailed to Cocos Island thev rlid

not find, the treasure, but' they
still had the island. So they de

creed that the island ehmiM ha rt.

wss and removed that letter

mini au weal words and signs.

IEA Service, Inc.

Hospitals No Longer Hutcheis

A

By BOB MARK

HOUSTON, Tex. The ramb

2eT proposed to create and line wreck once asain has emertr

"lllaaa" n.. u. i. i a, . ... ...

, mhu. uBiv mm iiuw inn hi mint iM i pr niiiMnnr nppmiRR

I he was sick, but because ne didn t
want to be and I must say that
preventive medicine may be more

drastic than tne curative sort. 1 m
down in weight, which is good,
and mostly because nobody fed

me. t

I am not knocking the cuisine at

went about it.

miHi yu a Derrer man he
saW, firmer fkish and all
templet, frm hairy had t
mttaral fMt, vtlnf A't end
I's and U' end i'e, with mus mus-ewlar
ewlar mus-ewlar arms and flexible Icm;
eyas and ears and lids and lip.'
neck and cheat end breast and
WjM, i,r, heart and lungs, and
chin, nerve end ligament end

ml aionys, sancraaa and

I Methodist Hospital here, a portion

I of Houston's fine clinic. I am just

saying that a guy taking X-rays
fore and aft is not allowed to eat
for a considerable time before the

flank, ankla, alva and, ahbu X-rays start nor drink, neither.,

end shank; leg and lash. I Between abstinence and irrigation,

nas and apleen Black had Is0 the myopic eye won t get astig-

9 M"i green..." .. jmatisea By looo, a teuow can
Well.-, after allAth I dwindle down ta a. nreeioua few.

Pwbf r -ftrse, eflitlona night a, thi .aaws a firt experience
well (art witK his last book "TW tr me in tf)e through eheckover
Wonderful O." ' "'i butin. I on ,ay freely that
-i I have not gat cancr, will not

operation four full days. And this

JOHN POST! BOAni mm V

-tiohl,JF?8S' 1 ot la a

wun inurber as sn artist
nevertheless, the doodles h drT.;

... !. 5Ppe,rin Commit-

. w voDgress ana in other con-

n"ve. me coUectors

heart attack, hava n leprosy.

malaria all gone, brain feebl

but steady, arches firm, and

the livar, while aowerlng next
t the apleen, is still there.

The towering amount of work

items. He no longer leave them which goes into a thorugh check-

.u : r" u. cqi- i -i ,.. v ... .v.- w

"le ana puts them in his

rJ"n wnen ne lesves.

sily win a war. You are the ob

ject of teamwork,, from bottom-

Just why he does thst has not "l0,.10 t0P-mo.st thcrP' Mt
been revealed. Maybe it is i ami check htt ewred two smgle-spacH
den realiiaUon 'their alue t P,ge' and took combmef

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J

possibly .rtisUc pride, it .eem,

a unm uuutu becomes a
concious doodler. hi. uii m

1.. ., wui

mvmm m ue spontsniety.
.fmeo. aays The New York

"wesiea mat Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence Oifiecre misht k... j

around ainra thav nLu

clues te hu foreign poliey." At a-

"'-" w iney appear to be top
33 fe,rt -w-iw-tf

was a hurry-up deaL

Most hospitals I remember were
cheerless hutches were you .had
to, set fire to the room to get even
a dirty look from a harrassed

nurse.

This motel for sick folks look

like a B-36's cockpit.' There 'is an

intercom where you converse

through the ceiling to the control

tower, ana enough modern aids

to competence to shame s ship.

I have noticed, too. thst the

graduate nurses aren't as testv as

they used to be, since they! have
graduated from slavery to skilled

technician" leaving their less pro proficient
ficient proficient aids to do the old chores
which 'made a nurse's life a hel hellish
lish hellish round' of -mopping and other
drudgeries.' s'-fit:, ; saxv-.w-v.x-
y2tiii- bag -litr-f: i-- ,:
There is-even an excellent diet

kitchen, with, a choice of chow on
another check, list I can't vouch

for. the chow, for the three docs

wno were practicing on me

wouldn't let me hava any for fear

or cluttering up my innards, v

a seems to me that hospitals
are finally creeoine out of the

Dark Ages, as the modern hotel

ana motel are Anally replacing
the moldy old flea-bass which nass-

ed for hotels. The rooms at Me Methodist
thodist Methodist are light and. of course,
in Texas, air conditioned. There

is a general air of cheer around

and an absence of the smell of

ioaotorm and impending doom.
The next extension of this hospi hospital
tal hospital Jiopes for a completely new
deal. There unsick folks like me

Will De on a floor, where ears

largely self help, and they will
be undercharged accordingly. Thia

leaves tne- stalled personnel free

to concentrate on another floor

wnere tne critically ill will get the

bulk of attention and will be
charged accordingly.' Still another

iioor wouia nouse the convalescent
with a comparable charge. ;
It will mark one of the first if

not the first time that folks csn

psy commensurstely for their de de-madds
madds de-madds in the way of care. ;

The crying need around the
land right now seems to be for

nurses. Finally, a, nurse can earn

a fair buck one, she's cot. the

right cap, but it's a long haul in
school before .she gets the right

cap.. :t ;y .,-,. -v-:V-:

in nouvon, rr instanc, a

high-school graduat can take, a
short buaines curs and in a
few month earn as much as a
lab technician r a senier nun.

What they'll do about this r

mains to b seen.

In any case. I emeree intact.

if a bit battered by intensive care,
with my conception of hospitals

greatly chanced. But my concep

tion oi surgeons nas not enansed.

i Know one socially.

:D.mYl7ASi;i::3TG:i.
.' ly BttW aiAttOM

WASHINGTON A budget out

oi $i,vsijm lot federal meat in

spectors, is going to cost house

wives many times that much in

the increased price of beef, lamb
.... J -. 1 7 r- f... .. .

$au por .coups. v,
Nickel nursing Congressmen

have chopped this amount off the
meat" inspection budget:" which

means that 150 meat inspectors
will be red. It also means that

production lines in meat-packing

plants wiL ne slowed down: Blow Blowing
ing Blowing down of the highly skilled, fast fast-moving
moving fast-moving production line, as in the

manufacture of automobiles, in

creases tne cost oi meat.

Secretary Benson had requested

S18.718.60C' for the Meat Inspection

Service in ia57-58. including funds

to hire 192 additional inspectors

With the population growing and

meat consumption increased, they

were needed to Inspect meat in 1,-

241 packing plants in cities,

Just four snort years ago only 992

plants in 390 cities were oeing in

SDeciea. loaay irus vasup uitreas

ed workload is being carried on

with almost the same number of

inspectors as in l9Si. ft

fill.

e WalterWiniclilil In MewVorlt

Tracking Ships
To Obicrve Palh
Of Guided Missilei

HOW TO SICOMI A STAR

The road t stardom is a hsp-

py highwy or a path of straggle.
There is no direcT route.- Those

use. who cabled the stu

dio "A litl an the thin aide, but

appealing. Danca xprtiy, peak

ing veice clear ana youthful. No
xtremee ef secant. Lks more
Continental than English." T b

pod besid her mother. Y u'd
nvr know thra waa a v. Taylor

milt aruno."

heading for the shimmering des

tlnation rarely follow the ssme siie-up helped Audrey .Hepburn
course. Nevertheless, one fact is gain th starring rot in "Raman
certain: There is no sesreity of Holiday." :
hopefuls participating in the long! -.C.-j i'

and weary march. How do they : There is rarely a logical pro-

complete the journey from 1 obs- gression toward a t a r a o m. ine
curity to fame? Well. Lana Turner .movement -has all the capricious

accomplished it by bouncing a-aspects of a feather in the1 wind.

cross the scree in a single eol-l. Anna Magnani had renounced

WASITNCTHN una 99 Tm Isode. Jimmy Camev berime a her career as a minor actress

The Air Porce b'u decided to eonIItp Dy pushing a grapefruit in a and was concentrating on being
duct extanaiv tat. doll's face ia a movie, of course. la wife end mother when trsgedy

comments! ballistic missiles next V' cooper 'did tt by tailing otfstruca. ane was oivorcea ana ner radiance. How; cant you explain

au vver ns orug range ia th "t aiu-acuug urec-uo uV1jku j j "- r. .victor uorge arrived here

Thr ar n riaid rule, nn

aureiire iormuustJ no definite pat patterns.
terns. patterns. Sometimes it happens like
this:-A lady once authored and

appeared in a play quaintly titled
"Sex.? It. was unanimously nan.

J i .. i r.

im aoa uosea oy uce, Despite
the raps and notoriety or be because
cause because of thera Mae. West became

ricn, lamoua and a star.

It may begin In a strange dark

ness and end with an explosive

South Atlantic J.. "5-a?

' HlfUUHU ur-

The Air Paree'a Sir

and Develonmaiii riMn..i ..u

ship will b sent ta sea t aid in

Si 1 ure missiles.
The intercontinental KaHii.

mUsU ICBaf U ia ecea VZmZ

nine weanoa tnteatiaii ...ki.

iof a S,50o mile range. The Air

wmcn u oevelopuig the
misaile, fired aa Atlaa CIBM last

wtptk, uui mm ust wss a failure.
The Air Porce said tha teat mis mis-fP
fP mis-fP wifl b fired next fall from
the Patrick Air Pore Base, ria..
the terminal of a 1.000 mil

range that stretches 5,009 miles

aeawara over tne Atlantic Ocean.

At the present time, tracking
stations ar located aa liUaHa

both the Atlantic and the Carib-

oeaa. en tat Air rorr said the
tlx tracking ships will bo ased to

nil u ue J.ooo mile gap between
tbe trscking stations aa St. Lvda
and Asccnaiosi islands.

tor's attention who later groomed der to support herself and provide: a poor and frightened immigrant
him for starring roles. Sns an medical car for ber child. Miss from Denmark. Shortly after hi

Strasberg attained stardom when

sn was i yesrs old. Ana Shirley
Booth toiled and hoped for a quarter-century
before reaching the

twinkling pinnacle.
Semetimea etardem strikes with
th sudden Irresponsibihty of light lightning.
ning. lightning. The "Mogsmbo" movie

made Grace Kelly- a stsr., She

and reached the starry peaks.

Pryranc .ia ; an essential

quality. The triumph of determi

nation is probably best illustrated
by the Saga of, Lucy. Xucille
Ball's dramatic school teacher

urged her to foresake show bit

-.-contending that she lscked tal-

went into th movie wihtout any ent. Lucy was not easily discour-

career objectives. It was strictly isged, however. She secured a
a lark. As she later explained minor role ia th road' company

The uwd t b time wrajn

't tnvch to e in a

t

li "oll ew but now woonen Vss
J' h onne avaryaW'. aa J

" 'Mogambo' had three things

that interested ra. John P r d.

Clark Gable and a free trip to A-

frica. If 'Mogambo' bad been
mad ia Arizona, I wouldn't have

Magnani began making- flickers arrival, he flopped miserably in

ma initial roadway sppeareance.
Borge was haunted by despair.
He confesses in his autobiog: "For
one terrible moment I thought of
ending my life." Of course, he re-

rusea to surrender. He clicked in
his second appearance and soon

emerged as one of the massive

twinklers. Less than a decade aft after
er after he was gripped by thoughts of

suicioe a TV network naid Vie.

tor Borge $175,000 for a 1 hour

snow.

Trace th rloin f soccast and

yM ere cntntry fKrnetd by

me aTrang ruma, Tne tantasnc

Not content with this increased

workload, the House of Represen

tatives not only refused to vote

funds for additional meat inspec

tors, but cut down to only $6,586,-

000 lor tne coming year, inu, ac

cordins to Dr. A B. Miller, direc

tor if the Meat Inspection Service,

will mean the firms of 150 of tne

present 3,221 inspectors unless

the senate persusaes tne nouB. w

up the ante.
Miller reports that in the last

seven months meat production

lines have already, been abut down

fort short period in 18 packing
houses because no replacements

were available when inspectors got
sick. Packers lost profits, union
members lost wages, and house

wives paid higher prices.

NOTE The 18 cities .where

recent shutdowns hsve occurred

are Los Angeles; Salt Lake City;
Sioux City; Cleveland; Cincinnati;
Kansas City; Grand Forks, N.D.;
Mount Pleasant, r Texas; Fort

Worth; Cedar Rapids; New York
City; Houston Chicago, Milwau

kee; Newark, N.J.; Seattle; XMasn
ville; and Danville, 111. '

NO DEBATIRS, TH1Y
It looks as though Jim Hsgerty

and Murray Snyder, the two top
capital public relations experts,
could dish it out but can't take it.

Curtly they declined an invita

tion to discuss government censor

ship with Rep. John Moss (D.,
Calif.)' on the ABC television pro program
gram program -Open Hearing." Moss has

been supporting ma American so

ciety cf Newspaper f '"rs ana

Sic ma Delta Chi in ci, ...ng ifs

news suppression by Uie Liseiiliow-

er admmutration. ." e:

Reason given by Hagertr and

Snvder was that they didn't want

to get into a aeuata wren jnosa;
thst, by appearing on tha ssme
program with a crusader against
censorship, they might imply they
favor censorship. So they ild ABC
Washington newsmen John Second

er! snd C. K. McClatchy to- look

elsewhere. 1 1 '"Hv

NOTE Cantankerous Congress

man ciare uonman Mien.)

finally pinch hit for Hagerty and

Snyder. v . ..'

IKI'S CIVIL RIGHTS HOP iV

The President's lingering: hones

for enactment of a civil rights Isw

at this cession of Congress receiv

ed another Jolt at his last meeting
with Republican Congressional

leaders. Nutshell report of the

leaders wss: The Hous yes, the

Senate no. This meant no civil

rights law. 1

"I will continue to do my best.

Mr. President." said GOP Senate

leader Bill- Knowland of Califor

nia, "but, to be realistic, th out outlook
look outlook for civil rights in the Senate is

not encouraging. I am afraid the
bill will either die in the Judiciary
Committee or be reported too late

for favorable action on the floor,,

even u we couia overcome a

ouster."
Knowland charged that Sen.
James Eastland ix California, the

Judiciary Committee Chairman,
was in a position to "sit almost in in-definitely
definitely in-definitely on the bill. If civil
rights proponents demand unin uninterrupted
terrupted uninterrupted consideration v- by v the

Committee, Knowland reported.

That seems to be the strategy

of Senator Eastland and other; op opponents
ponents opponents of the civil rights i pro program,"
gram," program," explained Knowland. t "A.
mong the measures that could be

tied up. in the Judiciary Commit

tee, if we get into a prolonged
battle over civil rights, are changes

in our immigration laws, which

you are anxious to get through,
Mr. President."
Both Knowland and House- GOP
leader Joe Martin seemed confi confident
dent confident that some immigration
changes would be adopted at this
session of Congress, but on a

"piecemeal" basis.' A bill for the
American adoption or orphaned
children from Hungary and other
countries has a good chance of pas.
aaee. th leaders resorted, but they

said the President faced an uphill
battle for auota changes to bring

in an annual increase of 210,500
new immigrants, including : pos

DICK'S FAVORITE READKR A

Sen. Dick: Neuberger of Oregon."

visiting at Hyde Park, N.Y., found
his own books set out in a place

of honor at the Franklin D. Roose

velt Library. i

"This volume is now: worm at
least $303.50," Chief Librarian Her Her-man
man Her-man Kahn told Neuberger. show

ing the 44-year-old Senator a vol volume
ume volume about the Pacific Northwest
-,ki.l. tha lartae had written back

nu..i ww
in 1938. 1 ' f

"How does thst happen?-; asa

ed Neuberger. '

"Well," repuea ft.snn, you sign signal
al signal th honk yourself and that left

u wnv .till walnaH at Ha trad

uiv wwn f -----

price of $3.50. But Franklm p.

mhMl tha data when h began tO

read it That added $300 to.it
wortb and thus the $303.50.t

MOSCOW, SOUTH AMERICA C

British officials are wriigin
thair hand over the elections slat

ed for this summer in British Gui-.
Tk., wiir nrnhahlv slant a,

little piece of Moscow right the r

-For it looks as though tha Com-?

munist lesder, Dr. Cheddi Jsgsn,
will score a repeat on his 1953 per- i
fnrmanee. In that -year, Jsgan s ;

People's Progressive Party won aj

popular election and threatenea
to turn the South American colo-y
nv over to Stal'-'-i.

Instead of t s l l-the
the l-the British flag, however, 3 e ord-
m,.A him nannla to Strike for

denendence. The British dispatch.

ea a warnip m owu: """" i
Twnded th Constitution, and

clapped jagan in jau. -

ru WW ymm v,

i.h h.v. rtaan irvinK 10 rim

onratie elements in British Guiana

to counteract Communism, '. but
v.i anrVwi and farmers remain

living conditions a r v

j: i.'- r.Artrti that Commu-

. ,n a trah vietrtr ''

when the 1957 bslloU are counted,
in a few. weeks. :

r&fn )
f idSy v.:

"Sunshine State'

Anewer tt) PreviotM Puxzlo

of a musical but was fired after

3 weeks. She then turned to mod

eling in order to -meet the land

lord's demands. An auto accident

interrupted ber modeling career.

Doctors predicted she would nev-j twist, the fncredibl evolution af

er walk again. Fortunately, sue tardvt. .Ingrid Bergman's fath-

An act re, whoa career fizzled recovered completely snd started

in Hollywood migrated to New

York. Then suddenly lights Us sh shed
ed shed aad bells rsng. A singer quit

a musical during rehearsals to

becom a bride. She had one

song ia th show. It wss dasbed

the Hol'ywood climb at the low

est rung; As a chorine in movie
musicals. She eventually progress progressed
ed progressed to supporting roles but never
really attained stardom. Then her

film career began to fade. .You

er, a warm and affectionate man,

Pd wy -when ah was II

years aid. Tha unhappy child we

taken tot her uncle tteme. Th

unci was (tarn, cold indivi-

duel. 'Hiss Bergman was melan

choly youngster antii she was tab-

off by th composer strictly to fi'l know the rest It happened quick-lew t Steckham theatre ta wit-

a stage-watt. And so a stranger's
marriage, a failure in' Hollywood,

a composer s arusuc wnira, aa

well as nerfect timing and talent

resulted in making Mary Mar

tin a star.

As the Mary Martfat atery mom-

en it rate, fragmant af aVatiny

create a febuteve gaw. Ana,
mortmaa. th regaed bits ef fr-

ly. Withia ( weeks, she became the nee her first show, Sh was de-

Queea of TV. lighted by the appletr th
- preatien af warm affection. The
Same parfermere became atars, following day ah enoowncod her
before they war barn. Their doe- intention If becoming an actrei.
tiny was decided by determined Several years later, ah was

mother er tamer .wte a tn Swaows torn star.

tnefr ennaran on ertenxen at meir

ambrtiert. .EHzabotk Taylor's

mother wes an ectre wha nev

Another way af baccemln I

star has been mrxt graphically il-

tmnatanca ar mod f

Sh waa In the cnd charw f

th Landen yertie af H"th mu

ton She" and bed a similar part
m nWr reyne. Arrhevgh ha

we vneware ef it, tn cnarma

;er attained aterdam. Conoountty ihistrsted by Msrilva Monro snd

an shape ner ugtitr m tne Jayne Mansfield. Tbe method re re-imag
imag re-imag af her hop, when Lis quires excessive energy sd prae-
wae child ectre,, a visiter topically no inhibitions. Miss Monroe
heir heme noted: Thar wr did it with ber calendar nude and
rem alw t twehr pheteoraph of Miss Mansfield achieves it by bnst-

Eliiabeth Taylor in each ream, in out all over snd bending crsce-

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plans, w Jumnoize more 01 its a -a tua.cig.

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ENDORSING THE CHECK Robert E."; I. Anderson '(left), -of
the ComptroUer section, UJ3. Army Caribbean, endorses the
$300. check' which -"accompanied the 'Sustained performance performance-Award
Award performance-Award Certificate presented to him by the comptroller Lt. -CpL"-Charles-
O. Kaiser -rightv tor outstanding service with
.1 -r the- comptroller's office. U.8 Army. Photo) 7" '

Air Conditioners; Stoves, TV
Disguised ;At- Furniture Show

CHICAGO June 22 (UP)':
Air conditioners no longer" look
like air conditioners. Stoves are
hidden in walls and counters. A
piece of luggage turns out to be
a portable television .aet
Manufacturers showed these

Usguises at the International

homo furnishing market, here,
Ulustratlng the trend f variety
la now treatment of furniture for
thejMnie..'- :- ." ;'t-')' .'
Air condition era bavt under undergone
gone undergone tb snost noticeable
chaarea this season.

They vm losing that boxy look

and makers- axe trying to make
them appear more like furniture
to harmonize with a room's de decor.
cor. decor. ;'-.
One'compaar features a mod

el with a removable front .panel iwltQ buudera, and are outselling

wwcn 1 can-be covered at wu convenUonal stoves and refriger-

wim GiiieTeot laDnca or wa.jp-, atorj ta remodeling market.

of the home. 4 .
Other models are covered la
s!ek. veneers brightiy colored
metals which give them, the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a chest of drawers.
Still other air conditioning
units feature the air vents cov-

ered with smart labrfcs much ,i4 to dependent children pro-

an which folds away- lato the
carrying handle.

The set comes with a variety
of. coverings leather, alligator,
plastic md looks like a piece of

expensive luggage.., -- ;
RCA displayed a wedge-shaped
television set to fit In a corner.
Built-in stoves and refrfger.
a tors also were shown widely
at the home show. ..
--v--..v-'-;vt'.-
' Many of the' new- buUt-lu
were covered with the same ma material
terial material as the kitchen cabinets.
Griddles were sunk in kitchea

counters, oven-broiler combina

tions hidden in walls, fe -Maaufacturers
reported the

built-ins are extremely' popular

Horrible Thought

BES MOINES, Iowa. June 21 J

(UP) The Iowa Board of Social
Welfare will send checks to the

father instead of the mother in

Television acts also appeared
la "ew Brrw.
phi'ro aho-ed a slim-line por por-tce.
tce. por-tce. lf teto than convention-

Mrs. Mary Hunker board mem

ber, said msay families are on
welfre rolia beciu? the women

nont know ntm to manace

House Group Votes Postmaster

To Deliver Mail; Suggests Cutbacks

WASHINGTON, une 22 (UP) (UP)-Th
Th (UP)-Th Hon ATOroDTiationa commit-

te 'Vote unanimously yesterday

to give Postmaster General Artn
ur E. Summerfield 'almost all the

extn. $149,500,000 he asked to de

liver the mail next year, -1
' It provided "133 million dollars,
a cut of only $16,500,000, but it al also
so also told Summerfield where -he
rotild -save more than 32 million

dollars bv trimmina postal serv

ices. Including a cutDacx in Sat

urday operations. 1

- f

- Summerfield promised "serious

consideration" of t h e economy

proposals. A 'ff

Tne commiuee xoia 1 oummer-

field that it expected him to get
along "adequately and effective effectively"
ly" effectively" with the monev it has approv

ed for the department' It warned
him to Vavoid any repetition of the
fiscal debacle" of last April.v T Vi-

At that time. Summerfield cut

out Saturday deliveries and sharp sharply
ly sharply curtailed other services until
Congress finally voted him an ex

tra 41 million dollars to tide the

Post Office Department over the
current fiscal year.'

The extra money voted ny tne

subcommittee would bring to $3,-

325,000,000 the total funds avail

able to run the department in tne
net fiscal year beginning July 1.

Thousands Flee -As
Po River Floods
Italian Farmlands 4

nnvtcn. Italy June' 22 (UPV-

fiiwvi waters swirled across the

rich farmland of the Po Delta yes-

tarriav thrflliptl CaDDUlBT holeS tOIH

in dikes by the, rampaging river.

- Public works Minister uiucin

Tongi who flew to tne scene xrora

Rome to : direct Iiooa "gnte"

said the .situation was -"critical,
n., h. Mid ilieht slackening In

the, river could be expected around,
mid-day -; 4- 4.1
The Po,, swollen byi weeks of
heavy rain, ripped through the
dikes yesterday at the point where i
the Delta CaUand, inundating
Just inland from the town of Arii
no Polesino in Northern Italy. I
Within faourSj it had rolled over!
the Delta flatlknd, i n d a t i g
some of the richest-farmland in;

IUly -and half a down small 'Vil 'Villages.
lages. 'Villages. ..-.; w ;

1 Dozens-of cottages,. farmhouses.
and other- buildings crumbled un

der the battering force of the

flood waters. Thousands of farm-1
era and pesssnts fled te the safe-;

ty of high ground only minutes
before the raging waters.-

While the extra money was $16,'

500,000 less than Summerfield ask

ed, the committee said Summer

field's own testimony "made clear

mat savings far In excess of that
amount "could be effected "with "without
out "without materially interfering with pre present
sent present mail service." ';

iniormed of tne committee ac

tion, Summerfield said in a state

ment that his department will give
"serious consideration" to any re

commendations made by Congress.
;"When- the Jlouse and Senate
have taken final action on our need
for a supplemental appropriations
of $149,500,000, he said, "the de

partment, will then be in a position

io penect its program'
There were indications that Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield felt the Senate might re restore
store restore some of the committee cut in
his request even If the House did
not.;r : .r.'v';"v t, .:.
' The House Committee said sev several
eral several of its proposed cuts in mail

service apear "to be very desir

able, and in at least .one case, the

committee is at a loss to under

stand why action has not been tak

en by the postmaster general prior

to tnis time, r 'j ,. i f l .s
It said it saw no reason why
star rural route service should not
be reduced to once a, day where
practicable, at a saving of $700,000.
It also said a five million dollar
saving 'could be efected by re requiring
quiring requiring second class, publications
and third class bulk, mailings to
be zoned. ... ;

Reected Spouse

Hospital.? Slays Ex-Wife

r

invades

AMEKICUS,' Ga.; June 22 (UP)

John;Ray.Tyler38, whose wife
recently divorced him, slipped in into
to into her third story hospital room

today, shot her to aeatn ana injur injured
ed injured a nurse who tried to restrain

him. ..4 V v.

. Three shots rang out in the sleep sleep-quiet
quiet sleep-quiet hospital about 5:30 a.m. Two
bullets entered the body of Tyler's
wife, who was hospitalized Wednes

day after she fainted during a
hearing concerning her ex-mate.
She died an hour later from wounds

in ,the head and leg.

Mrs.' Ines Slappey. one of three

nurses who rushed to Mrs. ryier s
private room when loud argument
there broke the early morning si silence,
lence, silence, pleaded with Tyler to leave

the room and triea to restrain mm
when he pulled a pistol from pe-

nnath his- snort shirt.

In the r ensuing scuffle Tyler

fired once at Mrs. Slappey. v but
missed, then pumped' two bullets

into his wile, me nurse was au

on the back of the head by the

pistol but-not badly' hurt.

; Tyler was toagea m suraier

County Jail here ?awaiting formal
murder charges, v .-'
Sheriff Fred Chabpell said Mrs.

Tyler, also 38, fainted at a hear

ing in the .office ot tne locai jus justice
tice justice of the peace where she had
worn nut a warrant for breaking

and entering against her ex-hus

band. . 3
: she told "oficer Tyler 4 entered

her home three nights' ago ; and

that she fled the place. They have

two sons, aged 8 and 14.

Tylei1 told police after his. ar-

rpst. that he had Planned to kill

his ex-wife and then himself. Chap-

pell said be made a suicide at attempt
tempt attempt but the bullet did not fire.

Hospital oficials thought Tyler

slipped to his former wife's room

by a private stairway so that he

was not observed.

Georgia Methodists

Approve Admittance

01 Negro Churches

' ATLANTA. June 22 (UP) The

North Georgia Methodist Confer
nm annrnved todav. after heated

debate, plan to admit Negro

churches to white conierences.
The 1956 national conference of

the church adopted a consitution consitution-al
al consitution-al mpnrlmAnt nrovidinc for inter

racial conferences if r all Metno-

(iifit churches snd comerence in

volved approve. ; :
The amendment, which must be
ratified by two-thirds of the vot vot-in
in vot-in rielee-atea of the 103 -areas ; of

thu rhnreh. recently was approv'

ed by the South Georgia Confer.

nce and ny- nine onr vuincr-(

nr.. meetintf in tne soutn. 'Ala

bama "Methodists turned "It XJownv"

. The North Georgia vere- wit
335 to 121 in favor of the amend amendment
ment amendment which would allow a Ne
are church or conference v to
transfer to' e White eonferenee
upon two-thirds vote of 'the lo local
cal local churches and conferences In Involved.'
volved.' Involved.'
"I want It understood that his
Is not a vote for integration,"

Bishon Arthur J. Moore told dele

gates, it is states' rignis ior wis

area and it is states xignis ior

other areas, allowing sell deter determination
mination determination on matters of race in

our section of the country."
Dr. Nat G. Xons of Atlanta and

Fulton County Solicitor Paul Webb

led arguments favoring approval

of the amendment Webb said the
plan is "workable, a ssne and
Christisn."

Earl Strother, FayettevUle lay

man, warned that "wben you pass

this law you open the 'doors to

integration. We are under anacx
from the North and this is only

the beginning."

- The Rev. H. U Emory, reurea
Washington, Ga., minister, who
also opposed the amendment,
quoted a Negro, pastor as telling
him. "If white folks vote for this

you will set bsck progress of us
Negroes for the next 50-years.".
'Bishop Moore gave a lengthy
explanation of the amendment

prior to the the vote.

US Asks Redress
For Red Wrongs
Against Hungary

WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP)
The United States called today for
an early international conference
to seek "all practical redress uf
the wrong" committed by Soviet

Russia in its ruthless suppression
of the Hungarian revolt last fall..'
' In a special statement, the

State Department: described as
"both shocking and incontrovert incontrovertible"
ible" incontrovertible" the report of a special United

Nations -committee accusing Rus Russia
sia Russia of .international gangsterism
during the Hungarian peoople's ill ill-fated
fated ill-fated uprising against Communist

ruie.v j . ,i
The department said the report

''merits the Widest public atten

tion and the most immediate -and
close study by all governments."
It : said the United States and
the other 23 nations which sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored 1 the U.N. investigation "ob-

' viously will -wish to consult as soon

as possible" to determine -ways
"of seeking all practical redress
of the wrong that has been com
mitted" against the Hungarian pen
pie.'- '- t?;.1 ::? ?.
State Department press officer
Lincoln' White declined to specu speculate
late speculate on what form of redress this
country favors. He said the ques question
tion question would have to be. tletermlried
by consultations between the 24
nations.- V5 .- :

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...brighten the darkest -5
recesses of your life . ; make m.
your heart g'low with love.

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Teaching the word of Ood, eternally true, every Sunday in,'
every class: Bring the family and put your life on a sur ...
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I ."ISRAEL'S PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE"
"Why the Jew does not ,hou? oeHeve, Will Israel ever be
saved? Will she ever occuw Palestine again? Will the Jeu -.:
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ft :60VACATION blBLE SCHOOt PROGRAM
Slides of classes songs displays stories ftandworfc.
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Latest thrihg In DRESSES for ladies choteh personally by Abigail Brief

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There were ne tm mediate "re "reports
ports "reports of casualties. A similar flood
in 1951 killed 273 persons and left
223,000 homeless.
- Contented Cow

ai portables aid w.'-Ji aa aatea- household budgets.

ymOSA. Ttaly, June 22 a?)
Sante Pighellini. a 65 year old

farmer, was about to report the'

dissppesrance of one of his cows

their i to police Wednesday when he

, I found it fast asleep In his bed. '.

THE SAVINGS BANK
. Institution Guaranteed by the State
v.PajfS 2 Interest Artnually on Saving Accounts
Ui V INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
- t .-.'-,.'-! i V, '.".-' ' " I '
' ;We make loans with gtiar&nteei on first mortgages
' I t'v or. other. securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
1 .- . - ".,
deposits are accepted thru a period
v: :: ; of 48 weeks
... ... -,
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Individual safety deposit boxes; for jewelry and
' . documents. In 4 different sizes.

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bicb .Wedneauav
Bpajuso Blbla School
' UrotoMPaood-4ta
- Maulay cb monta ....
1 Kaob Batutuay
U:uo a m
UH DJD.
tdO BJa-
740 Da
10:00
raun awurrm vuubcb
Balboa HeicMa, C &
27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa HelsMr
Phone Balboa 17W
: wuliaai I
BuBday Bcnool
Baljuet Vraltuna Onion ....
t avanteusuc Sarviea
- Prayer ateetlnr Wadnee Wadnee-ay
ay Wadnee-ay W M B. Blbla Study Xbunv
kfn? BroUjVb' -'"(Laat
, Monday P
J0 ajn
10:4S a.m
jo njn
730 U
I'M pJB.
m ajn
140 PJB
" FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
. -Mariarita Avenue t Btraat
.TraUrtarita. Canal Zona
r" BevTred B. Rata, Pta
Bunda SW0,l.;
Unrnlna Vronhip
.5
110
Baptist Xrainlng Union Jja pjb.
30 PJB.
i ;," iervlcea. Wadneedaya i ,f
aaaya
Wadni
U. 3rd Fridaya w '!
t rrnmyw .......... .t...M.',r f
Salvation Army
r UOB-DeaBiaarlool aanraUtte
tfU PACIFIC SIDE
PANAMA ClTi
CpUia Mm. H. Grant
II lebruary Street. Phone: -20054
7)1 sOO llulinen Meeting.
:00 Sunday School.
1 :S0 Salvation Meetins
LA BOC CZ.
UeatenaBt Panay CampbeU
Building Ba. 1080. Phone: 1-28K
11:00 UoUneae Meeting,
I i.-OO Sunday School,
f 30 aVvatlon Meeting.
PARAiHU, CX
Idvot a Mra. C. L. Moaaley.
fauipa Bueet.
0 aX Aday School.
11 tOO Holineaa Meeting. .
?M Sunday School.
30 Salvation Meeting.
BCaptaJn SymUn Taylor
UOlinJinaai MaaMng..
COLO "IH1RL. 8TREXT
v 130 SaivauoB Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY CjL
Ram J. Gill
SL Klcti and Jamaica Street
11:00 HaJinaaa Meeting.
80 Sunday School.
430 Salvation Meeting.
COUUH CANTRAL
Senle Cap, and Mm. C Mnenaawaij.
ti n BineL Phone: SS-743.
Uniorr Churches
wttk
' TBI ATLAimO gIDS
OATUN
Bev. Bay PUkaty. Paatat
fbone g-151
Church ScnoaL
11M Worahig Service.
I pjn. Sr. Youth FoUowehlp.
pjb. Jr. Youth Fellowahin.
MARGARITA
' Tha Rev. raid tL W. Olandat.
roune ieaa.
3d Youth reuewatna.
TBB r AC1F1C BIDS
BALBOA
me oacar W. Oieea
Balboa Rd. mt San Pa bin At
f hone a-iiaa ChMrrh CMtw
30 Church Scboet Free bo aarvtca
riman maciaaiiuu uroun
130 Weniup Serviea The Ran
lmum (nr Nureary. Klndeia
Printer and Juntar Oepem
- LourcavnaM ni
. unoer a
f -00 Junior-High
500 PoawiNrh Fellowship.
Seruar-faia Falls aajisp
CAMBOA
sVev. Baikal BL Ai4srtia, RtkaajO
Oft ; 4-174 Be.., g-u
Smtday Servieea:
30 am Sunday School
e am atoraang wersnm
Official SBeetiags end week-day
Methodist
. ra ain-Houtai uuhjj
. lavm-a Conies assi
So, eruiiaae H i ami ana
ta-jt at. cny
t aa am Morsupg fTayas astg Saraw
I sn euinaay Irr nai
i e aa t" f ra.ai mmm Par mn
. 1 "IMTY KMSOOOl 4JU4aU
' A gaoat and Moiai Sef Aiaaaa
" Ceton. S
Ba. 0 am m. ataiomi. talrdsaat
. 01 am-laaswaaa Sorvtca ana I
C"aiK
r I amm isnmo tat tWndv
-. 4 At an

1 "w'
MM

7

ay ka amaariaal. liberty nan.
aenntlali and charity la all Huaga

striae at PaaenM aad Ca4M,

f K tNM Ma end MMW

A puhiir Barma, we im tihm aaintw iwi y
deaomiaoHoni. MM et hearTe were! aad rM renale MMHaM
UsHng pre reteted rraea, Ham ; to' Doatwlwarloaa laBvspaj
our eee er rwe ceearegatleBt ere farad naaW "Ota Chare aaa Aad'

SmkM" A special India it aMladed tot sareitaa 4 Amy
A rer Mm and rievel ataHMM. '

Mi'slatera. ahuicA acMtariM

the bows desk w vritfH r WkiMniM mm, At lafaat at wry;
chant for the cemlng Saturday 't charch esa,

feJBhNfcVKH METHOUUJ1 CHtlBCg)
Rainbow City. CZ
Rev Samuel Walden. Mmleter
a...... a .uii a and a:ie am
iunday School for all !" j2
"Your InvHaHan T Worship."
Tmariav 7 n.m wravat ww
Christian Scientist
iiuuutnu oijikmjV .uobu-ibs
Oral Church at Christ, bcianuak Ancoi
aau ASVBD DWWW-
mi uuiiKb at 4.'hnM. BcjcaOat, Cmtooa
13tb Straa 8ouva lgba
Ainday 11:00 a ja. Wadnaaday pM.
Catholic
uava C'UllltrH BalbM
,.nd. Uanaa: 7:00k C00, 10:00 and
12:00 ajn. ... .M ...
- Holy Boy in
lano a:w au.
130 to M
and 7:00 to t:00 p.m. Thuraday. IMforc
rirat Friday: 70 to i:uu PJ.
W1HUHN.
Catachlaa laa attar ta l n
OBjSunday. . ..
High scdom muuy
waanaanay.
urun HEARTAaeen
u.x- isl'ii a ado am
HaLvbo maaiaa: l am. and iM
I "L-.. aatuniae 14a ta IM and
70& Id C00 pj Tburaday before Fin
Friday P-m.
Sacred Heart Devotional IM PJ
I aVllava
Catechlnn Claan 4i t pJn. on
Tnuraday.
OUB LADY Of FATIMA Caranda
Sunday Maaaat 0 e m.
ui. n.. Maae at 1:30 Buam.
Conlaaiiona: t0 ta PA a at
lurday.
Catacalas
CUaat Baturday S40 t 0
1a.m.
ST. JOSEPH-reratoe
Sunday Masae at 130 and tXt ajn.
UolyDay Mam at 4:00 pm.
Confaniona: Saturday 130 ta 430 and
4:30 ta.730.
CatechMm ciaaai aunoay aw w
m. a
Mlraculoua Medal Hovanai 730 pjn
on Friday.
Conve
vert
mttructlonai
Thuraday
bt trrNmrrs Panaal Clip
Sunday Maaiaa: 4:00 and S30 ajn.
Holy uay aueaaa: bjw anu -w fua.
(it It fj
It lalla
on Saturday the Maaaaa an
30 ajn.)
Contaarlona: Saturday IMMIMjnd
Ia to tiOO bjov Tnuxaday aamra aatat
i miracujouB -,JW TY :
I none or ina troeei ini -yw r
Catechism Class: Attar 30
I Sunday.
ThlirftfUV.
Convan uann m pas
B. THTRCTA1 ClIlB
Uua sn m
Hl, fcsVMsis: IHO am (M M tails
Ion Saturday 430 a.m.)
i fMihism ciaaai ae as tw w
Monday.
Corn sen one i aaie w
ST. JOHM BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
PareTDe Letevra
Sunday Masses: 430 and 130 am
m w n.M Mass: 430 Man. Thura
I j .' n rriibT masa: 4:00 a.m.
! " -'i 4 -A1
unlit saasaa: im
in.
Confessional 130 to 430 and 7 MO to
S:00 pm on Saturday.
Mlraculoua Meoai novenei m
IP-""-. t M .. .. Buiulav
ST. rHlOaTB 1 Beea
Convert Class: Monday 130 am
Sunday Maai: IM am
Holy Day Maaa: 130 am
. Rahirdav S JO iO T 30 PJB
Thursday before First Frid 430 pm.
Catechiam i-issa: :
Sacred Heart Nov ana: 130 p-nv on
Friday .
Convert uaaai a.
ATLANTIC BIDS
St JOSEPH'S" Calaa
Sunday Maaaat: :. aja JMi J
Holybay Masaaat tAi and am
and : am MM
I confaaiiona: Banjroay aw v
lim to 1D0 pm
I Mlraculoua Medal Havana I
hMd Hun novena: snwy
Bundey Rvanlng Senrleaa 730 am
Convert ClaaKa am on liondayt
land Thursdays.
I Catechiam Oaaei Sunday 10 :U am
l.,VV sia to 430 am
I fli..rsJitli Meat Blea.
d Rserament all day Renamuon ai i
Lrr-. f a aos Lod
I of Fattomv-Tha Holy Kcmtry-? anv
inn Havba and Thursdaye 41 te
Turn
aiiinlhlll MHAL OleteeeJ
Suaday Maases: 130. 430 and 1030 am
Holy Day Masaaai am a a
Is IS b mt
Confoanonai Satorday 430 at I and
730 lo 430 pm Alter naaary gao www
Iisng.
feM pi an aanR UanaMnBiJ.
atechlsni Class: After 34 Maaa an
Sy"0-
nrer rnoav a ipsaiiisi mm mmr mmm
the acnool Tear.
First Saturday: Mass at urm am
rmw rAam.f CHl'aXI! I
Sunday Masses- T'm. IJt. live sea
First Saturds Maaa: 4 am
Weekday Maases: 13a am
Saurdey ... 130 am ta 10 am
attramlmai Madal Nliiaas 13B am
Hoty Dey Maaaaa: 731 am 1 14 pm
Cf aoo. 134 pm as aaa pm
Pwrieb Family Rusry eatd
BenedictloB 130 am
ovary rnomy
mX, FiMer Deotaane ...
133 pm
1st. SetiBTday Dsistlsaa ..
a p
T YiajraJSTB Reaaeoo
an? 0s
JB a i
Hetp Day
am and 034
3 and 130 aej
Cmifasslunei 434 a Oat
It pa Sarardey.
iwoiuea Class: ram inn Pwralas
Caevart Oi" as aif Monday aa Ida
iPridaa.
rans achate ctsK-yyTKH Cataa
i sag am -

am
M' rare ear Ms del Bsissait 14
en Tuiiaay.

peeraa esaare ammi ssai a

I PA Hal CtMl tal,: HM lereBBlBl

Repliant do1 hiiw, enraad nhaM
0 Hat
r
end M)taMa art ened to
a
Hoi Da Maaa! 130 am
Confessions: 430 to 1S4 pm an Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Claw IMl o m an Monday
OVB LADY OF 43O0D COUNSaX
am -, '.":
aner au avarang devotiona. r
vapuama ay. appouumeni.
mirasuiaua Medal Hovseiaf in an
'.-I. : d
enviey.
Sunday School! S3S pm an Standay.
elia-ious InstrucUon Class in fj.il.

oxen: :w p.m; on Tnurtday. ,Ur
Religious Instruction for adaJta (Con.1 J ";
ducted to Spanisbls 10 pm an Men-lnnMnava

Conart fraitrtictlona n appoinlnient.
Ipisccpil
The BL -. Heaer
Tha Vary Bev. Maiaarl A rairiaaa,
. ; S.T4L, Dfaa :r
.' ancon, cx
r THat CATHEDRAL OF BT. LDKB
- SUNDAYS -.
1 30 am idh Cncnmunlon:
30 am fiaoU Communlen (4th Sun I
oavi.-
30 am Church School.
BAk am tmnii nm.i.u.1
1130 a at Mornina Prayer and
nor yommurano. rrst Bun-1
oavi.
1X0 pm Evaotag Prayer and
WEDNESDAYS
33 U Holv Casnmunlnav
70 pre Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
30 am Holy Communion.
430 am Holy Communion.
. OAn.Y
:U am. Mornina row.
U30 MU.da Miariaaary Prayara
cocou .
Charck at St Aadrew
The BevWlUlam W. BaUwta.
Priasl in Fan
SWNDAVS
Holy Communion f30 am.
Family prayer and
Church School .v gjg aJa,
(Also Holy Communion tad.
Sunday each month)
horning Prayer A Sermon 1134 am
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each asonthl
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 1:00 am.
COBOSAL
Chapel at Tha Good Shepherd
Tha Bev. Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest aa Cauai
FRIDAYS ...
B 30 a m Mornina PravavJ
artidapcA MoadhV.
-t TiHir.'.-'asUiBoA'SM -rf
. '. ,ttl Uaai'i Cka -, t
Tba Ka. John Spear. Priest la Charge
SUNDAYS ,'..
Choral Euehariat and Bar.
ason ............
Church School ,..........
730 am
S34 pm
30 pm
730 pm
Episcopal Young Church
Evenaona and Sermon
Churchmen
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Mornina Prayer and flora
Communion 030
Evening Prayer 130
Woman s Auxiliary. End and
4th Thuradaya 730
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 730
Morning Prayer .......... 030 am
Even Ins Prayer ........... 130 nm
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 130 am
Office at Compline 030 pm
LA BOCA
mt m-i: -vv
The Be. John SaeaV. pX ka tiayaa
Sundays
Moming Prayer and Churcn
School ............ .......a am
Caral Eurlurist and Bar.
...., naa am
Holv Baptism 1230 neoa
Evensong and Address .... 130 pm
3rd MONDAYS
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS I
woman a aiuniirr ....... t m m m I
Holy communion awe am
" V r t T. .. .
Caapei or ine noiy vissiuur
Tea. L. BV Shirley. Ptteat la Charge
i.
THURSDAYS
130 am Holy
riROABTTA'
a St Marparet
Espavd and Biases Blvd.
Tha Rev, Jesse K. Bsnen Bortor
a?amaw 1 I H.i
130 am Holy ComnroTdaB
. 0:4t am Church geheel
'Last gCaAsyaaca ataaS." STary Cera-
fMintaajR
THURSDAYS and HOLY DATS
ra ana nui omtw
Voir Cesaammion. -apd
of Oaw OaOsar
Kja -.
. S30 em
Chai
arrnaicsDA
30 am leery Communion.
rASAlBO
Tha Be. Alma Wsnw,
Priest aa Caarre
The Bev. DavM
gUeTDA 'a l'
aa amv Choral aVrnarlat I
3aaJB. Infent Baptaan.
gaa in. Cnureh School
iheid j BulMin lilt
a pm Yowa felirabja
ao at Iwwnf a seal AoarwaL
J,?'.".".T i
' PANAMA CTTY
. Bt IWt Chaaefe
rh Pen Lewreel B. gatrley.
gimcA'
s aa a m rial
aoa am Buna tuchoravl as
M34 la Morrdng Prayer and
tl osce Br Bajaan
7-oa sn SemanB Vesoesa
TtrtSDATP
a m nnry,
TED E DAYS
Bib Beer
1a pm Iventrig prsyar
TBUR4AY0 AAD FTUDAYS
3a aa not
HOLY DAY
30 IB seen
Can-mm VYTaTE-BRA
fOaaeetts Wisatwetam
TBB Be. 4asee rvsor re
Tha Be. Boary g
SUNDA YS
r4 em Pet
lata Memina Prayer.
tt a as fw YiyHar and
14t a) 4l jfaaV. C"p""' afriSaS4ajL
130 BBS. Boieraa giawaang aj
EDfESDiTS
4 -aa a m. P)ov Commonsan.
30 pa

art -rns sj. a i a sa. vsswa

t JO nm. Adult Confirmation Chm,
r THURSDAYS

30 pm Evening Prayer tad Medita-i

.. uon.
FRIDAY
1:00 a m. Children's Eucharist,
SATURDAY
1 10.00 em Junior Confirmation Claa
739 pm compline and Meditauon,
' RAINBOW CITt
Charm of St. Man. tha Vtrgto
' Tba Rev. John A. a paid log,
.. Meat w Charge :
llUNDAia
Sung Auchanit ...........
730 am
mur-A acnooi
f 31 a.m
734 pm
7:00 am
1 Evenii I
THURSDAYS
Holy Conununlon. ........
' ' BIO ABAJO
, Si. Chrlstephsr's Charch :
. 10th Street, Parque Lefevre -The
Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
I a no nm, rrnnmunlan.
I im am Suns Eucharist and Strmen.
j
I BcnOOI.
u30 noon Holy Baptism
30 pm. Evanaong and Sermon.
nNDAvn
MONDAYS
I "i'"
730 am. let and Srd, Woman's Auad-
30 pm. J unlar Daughter! at the
- King.
1-M pm, Youth .Fellowship. i
WEDNESDAYS
e on a.m. Holv Communion.
a. A I .aul B1ltjMM
i v msrrucuona.
THURSDAYS . V. i
COO pm. Girla friendly Society.
130 nm. 1st and Srd. Slngletona.
osTTroriAVa
30 am 'Juntar uonnnnanon uaas.
Othsi Churches
CmiBCB OP THE N AZARENR
v. Ancan. C.Z
aMHaSai Bum. Chase O. NelsOB
Bos a. Ancon. CX Balboa 601
Sunday School CiS am
Morning Worship ......... 1030 am
v.ik Snir. ..... g:4i am
Evening Service .......... 730 P-
N J-3L& Serried .......... 3J pm
Prayer Heating, weo. .... pja
NATIONAL aUPTIST CHURCH
' Panam RJ. aito Straat East
Bev. S. K. Browa. Muustei
IstnmAV -..
I Divine Worship ........... J30 am.
ElMHH KIIAOl ............ .tW W.W
X ADajtrilp. Sunday acnuoT at
las asa' 7
JCMOVAJTS WITNESSES
MeetUiaa Thuradaya at 730 pm andl
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memoruu, I
aoa naiaua noau. naiawa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
ne i ATTrBurtAT SAINTS (Mermen!
Sunday meetings in tha LD8 Chapel
on Balboa Hoao. ..
. li.hnrf iniHI .jn.
Buiramant Maatlna 030 am
r, . h a aa k m
""J rt ........ r
Relief Society; Tuesday... :nv am.
MIA; Wednesday......... T30 pan
Telephone Balboa 4227.
V Atlanria Braaeh
Building 100. Schoolhouaa Road Gatun,
. sanai ibona i
Bundav School. Sunday 034 am
: Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 am
Priesthood meeting WodW 30 p.m.
Primary. Wednesday ..... 030 pml
nailer Boeierv. aa announcea.
Telephone, Gatua 104 or CxietfbaTlsYT
" r .'"v 'f: I. 'v'WVTK -.VI'
CTJBUnDU PBOTESTAirr CHURC7I
"A Warm Hcartad Cfaareh"
i ,. Miltea K. Leidlg, Minister
Phono Ran 83-7114 Of. 13-llM
Suaday School 334 ami
(A class i or every age)
OUI CATHOLIC CHURCH
St bpaael The Araauel
Uta at. Wast Ho 1
I Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 130 ami
I Tiisadava. Wadnesdava and Thutadavsi
am. .. .
ijvj yMJvmun'fmz
IJice isa ewiuw oa sw mmmna
BnBaat. Chrarn
Panama a. r
t. jamm D, D.
maaa
Momma davotlo a 030
irellowahrp worsnia at ...... unia
IMTH WW wmrv 1
RABAT CTfajTEB
BAHAFS CaTfTEB
tj rirat Street
CfaBtfafmBBBTjMBal EK
City.
isOannal Talas ana uaniissinna
nursdaya .i
vaieav esn ai
Study
.Thuradaya, 130 pm
BETHEL MISSION CHTJRCB
' Eapslaba St, Psraiso, CA
In avaldaha H. Stewart. Past
Sunday: 1M am Worship Sarriee.
- aai. P-a Bunoay kuw
t -IS njn. Ooanel Sarvieo.
Monday: 130 Young People's Society
: Wedneedayi 130 UldVwaaa Chiisuan
reiiowsnip.
Thursday:' 0.30 Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: 130 Women Missionary So-
THE CHURCH Of OOO
tatt FJgwth Btraet CwMa
Bo. 4a. W. Gf seals sea Paster
Sunday Sehol .............. 434 a.m
Moming Worship ............. 1030 am
IHight gervico T30
c rim onmcH" or 000
Car. Jamaica aad Tilniaaa
City, i
IMaatima Wmhm BM am
I Sunday School
t,H.MMi., 1 a.m
I night
........ '.3B
THE CHURCH OP OOP
Morning Warahlp
1130 am
Bignt anini
134 p
TatB CinBCH 4hY OOD mw BM Aaapa
aatasa a an.
Sunday gcBoe
P 34 am
Marnng Worship M34 sm
Mernn
Bight l
asntaw mWT9m aaaa
730 pm
oruhca or ob
- Re BE Wsiaon.
Phaem 4V421. Boa ES3L GamBoa
Churctav Bt Pars'". CX I Re, end
Mra. Hermaa a Whyte) Colon. B-P.
iRe Fernando Lorencel. Rio Abate
IBs, and Mra. Charles Keynes t. and
Catred lie, and Mrs. Cliffard Creeves).
Sunday end nsahdava ailaB at all
coaiaitiRni CRArrx
" DUBaa Heigfita. CX.
near Disbi echooll
Rev. Cari V. T aDwsjtar
Bo m Diable Ketatita. CI
m: Ham a. Caaan til
Charch Balboa 4X71
Sunday School It am.
Worship mm sice .......... 11 aa em
Youth Serrire .' 74 pm.
Evanaellstse Pvrrte 13a pm
wedneaoay: Bible Study
130 pm

nt. r"i.1Vi;rlS a 2m PORT DAVIS
iTmVwSR, "' ?S5m Daily Maaa 130
7!laT.w'i lSSm Sunday Mass 0:30
AchvuxTnur il pvfdid for'y'our is;.8;...:::::::::

Posts and Oases
c v. fACIFIC SfDk
Protestanf

TOMt AMADOR i
Sunday School ..,.,..,.,.,..
Mornina Worship

trOC
10 00

Church'time Nursery School. .r

10:00

- 1 .- 1 v.:-.:. ..... ; : ..
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building Nov
. i
Morning Worship

10:30

inursasy jtvenuig Mid-Wee
Service

T:30

Youth Fellowship Sunday ..... g
FORT K0BBB :-fi:VVVt-. ''
Sunday School ...............

1:00

Morning Worship ;.. 10:30
Evening Worship .............. 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00

vvursnip pervice, mo nam ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship Thura. ..

v ia
6 :00
7:00

Officer's Christian Union Thura.

1:00

ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School a 30
Adult Bible Clan (NCO Club).. 0:30
Morning Worship M 4k 10:45
vouta rauowamp .......... 30
UA NAVAL STATION. Bodmaa
ctunday scnooi p:lo
Morning Worship .............. UUK)
Holy Communion First Sunday 1
oi asonuii ,,-.v.-. ,.:
lath ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
morning worship pun
inoiv communion First snnriav
of Month). i
Naval Radio Station. Summit.., 1:00
Cathaila
FOHT AMADOBl.:Tf. .,'V'1 m'
Dally Mass .................... 430
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00 & l
Confessions. Saturday ...4:30 A 730
Sunday ................ 1:00 4s t:2S
I FORT CLAYTON
uauy Maaa- :45
nday Masses .....T:4l A ao
Confessions Saturday 130 COO
FORT KOBBS
Dally Mass .r.. ................ :15
Saturday Masses .............. 0:00
Sunday Masses ........ 4:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotiona 7:30
Contassiona Saturday :00 as T30
I rnROZAL
i
Sunday Mass
1030
ALBROOK ATR FORCE RASE
Dally Maa 030
Saturday Man ................. 7:00
Sunday Maaaaa ..... 7:45 Js 12:00
Spanish Two
Novena Farvioer-Tuesday 7:04
Lorn asei one -fcs cur osy ,, iwv
O.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
I puauay was ..................
30
Jaarads
I'ORT KOBBB
, turasy .,..,....
saw
1 30
i
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Saturday
,4:00
30
USO-JWB (Balboa)
cMturaay
ATLANTIC SIDE
. -i VProtastant
FORT DAVIS v j.
ci.
Sunday School Bldg. 251 .... 030
Morning Worship 10:30
nayer rauowamp Bidg. ZS3
Tuesday 730
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel :30
tnois, rrscuca weonesaay -Post
Chapel , .,.,. T 30
EORT CULICR. vMft t -ii sf J jt-
CILU.U.J .IKUUUl ... .......
Morning Worship 3 10:45
Youth Fellowship,' Sunday ..,, 430
Bible Stud. Wednasdav ...... 130
Ladiaa Chapel Guild. 1st Thura. 130
OS. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Sunday School 0:30
Mornina Worahm U30
Holy Cornmunlon First Sunday
a? Month)
FORT GUUCK
Dauy Maaa too
Saturday Mas 1:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 m 10:15
Confessions. Saturday .. 4:00 4s 7:00
. ... m
v.o. nATJui oisnun, vvco bow
SS5L.? i.
..Jj?7,.- sis;
sf .v
Ummiln V
Sunday Maa ....... .i......... 730
Jewhh
PORT GUUCK
Tuesday
tut
Greek Orthedex
Greek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted at tha Church of the Anuncletion.
Via Beliaario Porras. San Franeiaco da
la meta. Panama city. Rj? and
tha Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
jaaienaea. unon. A J, on aitemata Bun.
daya at 030. For further Information.
cau ine wince oi me Army .cnapialn,
Maxia.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly
Services as all Churches as
followe
SATURDAY:
Sabbeth School 130 la
Divina Service 1130 am
Youth's Meeting 43 pm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
oervice i-ju am
Pacific Side Paaanul Balbaa Dfatrief
Pastor W. H. Wsllar Tel. 143 1504
Caba Verde. Ave. J. F. da la Oesa Ha
17
Chorrtlla TSth No. 17 v
Pueblo Nueva 1-A BL between Srd
ana u sta.
Ris Abaio 11th St. Re. ri
Balboa Chene) 0444 Cavilan Bd. Bal.
aoa (BMuroay onry)
BpaaisB laarraas
CranaaolB District
Pastor Ruben Rult
Panama. Calls Darlen Na.
Cristdoel. lath A Bolivar Ave.
Gsmboe Friiolm
Dirbicl Paster A. A. flilaall
Tel. No. a-10t
Cam bos Pram Pail Bar Ftllolm
Atmotie Side Caieo aaa
Crtstabal DaTtrlrt
Pastor HebletV Tea. B431g -
Colon Srd St A Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal lath A Bolivar Ave.
Central attics: Gavuan Band Tav av
1S5A
Jewish
Jeelii Palrare noara Bid m-R
Boca Road Balboa CX Ribbi Mafhao
Witieln nirectar.
Friday 13 am Saturday
S3C pas i
(See Bstingi 1 Jewish rites
ana stations).
EoTsheerKh hraaV Ae
irlda C-H aad ICth Street. Sella Vaaa
Bmand Ore Ballum 44 aaa
Lutheran
grmniii LITHtwasj ortmca
Balaae Rood et erteM Btraet
Bo Booerl F n
PXj. Boa 444. Balboa.
34 B m .-
Biavtay haol. BIMe csaat 030
ryin Sm .ice 14 It am
"Tyir rryr at Margarita f mt-
Margarets l,iliiiej CharaW Sunday

.. -- I rjafhalla

0

30
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MRS. L, T. SHARPE, new chairman of the Cristobal Gray Ladles, places the Gray XRdy cap
; on Mrs. Roland B. Shriver .at capping ceremonies held recently at the Cristobal Chapter of
ithe American Red Cross. Judge Charles A. Garcia (left), chairman of the Red Cross Home'
Services Committee, witnessed the event and welcomed the new Gray Ladles Mrs Dov H.i
Carr, (right) also was capped. .Prior to being accepted as full-fledged Gray Ladies., Mrs
.Cart and Mrs. Shriver were required to complete a 10-hour probationary Mrlo4 of Vork -at
,Coco .Solo Hospital. ,, , (u.s. Army Photo).J

WfmKm
5"

'A VISIT- TO LT. GEN. ROBERT M. MONTAGUE, commander In chief of ths Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, wag made this week by new officers of the Canal Zone Department of the Reserve
Officers Association for introduction of newly appointed local officials of the world-wide as association
sociation association of Army, Navy and Air Force Reserve officers and for discussion of relations with
active military forces. At Quarry Heights (left to right) are: Lt, Samuel T. Mason" HI
USNR, ROA vice president for Navy; Lt. Col. Melvin E. Deerwester, USAR, president of thg -Canal
Zone Department ROA; Montague- Lt. James Brigman, USAR, ROA vice president for"
Army. ? ROA. vice, president lor the Air Force, Lt. CoL William, Brown, was not present at
the meeting.." "' l" ? -V. .: (U.S. Army Photo)

TreeivVhich 6re7f
Died lii Brooklyn ;
EYoke Poei Juslice
NEW YORK. June 22 (UP) A
ludea litterally' used poetic Jus-
ti. utsHimeHiv in a case about
eight tree that grew and-died in
Brooklya. ,., .
The city hM sued the Brooklyn
Union Gag Co. for $753, charging
that leaking natural gas killed
eight' Norway mple tre. It
asked that the case be tried in
tha boroufih of Manhattan. But
the gn company contended the
suit should be considered In
Brooklyn,, where the trees lived
auu uicvu
Tha ruling: by Municipal Court
Justice Guy Gilbert Ribaudo, fa favoring
voring favoring the com piny, was in the
lorm oi a poem.
Escapee At Large
12 YearrDIes :
Back In Prison
TALLAHASSEE. June 22 (UP)
A Negro convict who escaped
12 yegrg ago wag picked up in
serious cwrdltioa at Wild wood god
died in the priaoR hospital Tueg Tueg-dty,
dty, Tueg-dty, Riiford Supt. DeWitr Sin Sin-rlair
rlair Sin-rlair diarJoaed todav.
Sinclair reported the death of
Wilton Monroe fcmiu in a tewr
to SUte Prison Director R. O. Cul Cul-rr.
rr. Cul-rr. Ha said Smith escaped from
the farm fcokwy at OaiaetriUe la
October IMS wherB Be was aerr aerr-ini
ini aerr-ini 30 rears for breaking and en
tering tn Manoa county
Smith hid bren on the misting
Hat until be was found in Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood ta aexiouo physical condi
tion, apparently cgusea oy oen
cotkuuou, SiBCUir aia.
After be wis identified by fin
gerprints is 4a etc a pen, be was
rushed te Raiford by ambulance
in "aerioaa physical and mental
condition': god died in an oxygen
tent .--.-.. i
Sinclair said Smith told intbort-
Ueg at Wild wood '-ammrt the pirt
a tome killing vp North" but al
though be wis eoocious mbn
ttken W Riiford "he cid very U-
Ue taikiEg' before be died.

House Passes

Liq

uor,
WASHINGTON. June 22 (UP)
The House yesterday passed an
omnibus bill nroviding for the first
overgll revision, of federal excise.:
tax lawa in 25 vears. It would af
feet tbg pocketbooks of thousands
of businessmen gnu consumers..
The bill, which toe two years
fo draft, now seas to the Senate
where Action la not aypectad to
be cotnplerad until next year. It
waa aimed chiefly at eimplifyina
and eliminaHflf eame inequitiea
on at lea taxes levied an goods
and eervicas.
The House action wag by voice
vote...,- ..
Rep. A. J. Forand (D-RI), who
played "a key role in writing it,
warned that the 429-pige bill was
so technical it would put a reader
to sleep. But be advised tnose in-
terested to read the 212-page com
mute report which was in "easy
tn understand Eneliah."
Sponsors (aid the overall result
of the measure would be to trim
about 13 million dollars from the
LIQ billion dollars in annual re
venue produced by excise taxes,
The measure would have a far-
reaching effect on liquor and cig
arette producers.
Among: other things, it would
clear the way for American distil
lers to make 20-yetr-oid w&isxy.
It would repeal the admissions tax
on swimming pools and skating
rinks, grant tax relief to paro
chial and non-profit acbooig am
slap a new tax oa Up and wire
recorders.
The measure would:
Abolish Ux stamps oa dgirettet
eTjctive Aug. L IKS. Manufactur Manufacturers
ers Manufacturers thereafter would pay the eigb-cent-a-pack
tax after their abip abip-mentg
mentg abip-mentg each week. They now buy
the tax stamp and Ux it to cij cij-areteg
areteg cij-areteg before they are ghipped.
The chuge Over would result in
g revenue loss of about 57 million
dollars ta tba fiscal year ending
June 30, 195S. ...
Exempt from transporUtioa tax
es ferry boats carrying only pas passengers
sengers passengers and vehicles and air taxis
which larrr leas Uiaa 10 pttseng-
ers and don't operate on estabUab estabUab-ed
ed estabUab-ed routes.
Allow diiiiSeri te are whisky
in bonded warehouses tor ss lorg
as 20 years before piyizg the fed-

AN

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Excise Tax Dill;
feral excise tax of tlOJiO a faHos.'
The tax must now br paid after
eight years, even though the whit-
ky ig not withdrewn. Thig forceg
American whisky onto the market
after eight years, since distillers
can't afford to keen:millinne. tJ
doftirg tied tip in taxes,. -. V
' ' W
Levy new tax of five per cent
o maraifacturert le prlca f
ractric, gas. or ail incbiarater
units and gaa or oil aarbaqdie
peaal units, i lectrlc parbtge-dlf
poaal units glregvy are taxed. j
Change tba method nf tsrinB
sale of securities. The tar. mni3.
be fixed at four cents ner lion nf ',
actual value instead of six eentg.
per $100 of per Value. .ThiawouU

Smoke Firms Affected

raise the tax on gome securities
and lower it for others. r
Exempt from the 20 per cent -cabaret
tax' certain "milk bars'
which are subject to it, even though
they dont sell liquor. They1, would
be exempt as long as the dance
music is provided free by tha
amamm A . BP Jgp ajp
proprietor, ,,

Judge Announces
Delay In Yerdlcl
OnFrsnk Briemfcr
WASHINGTON. June 22 rtTPv
Federal Judge John J. Sirica am
nouaced .yesterday be wUl net
hand down a verdict this areek 11
the con-erupt of O frets trial of
Teamsters Uaioa UliciiJ Frank
W. Brewstter. .
"I have some work to do on the
ease over the weekrenrt." Sirica
said immediately before' govern,
merit and defense attorneys start
ed their Coal arguments.
The last witness wig RoN""!.
Kermedy. counsel tor the Senate Senate-perwitnenta
perwitnenta Senate-perwitnenta irrveirUiiting com
mirtee.'
Kennetry testified that the dec-.
fTow te look into the affair of
Ervrwetrr anl the Teamaterf West,
em Confereripe ta cwiwoctnat wta
ttt tnvertg sticm tn labor rtcketo rtcketo-ering
ering rtcketo-ering wtt 'Meflrutely not aa aft after
er after thought."

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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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20740 LLmS 9:00 mJ IQ m. tmtf.

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Qb Abajo Ch'jrch
Orc:iizc$ Ksn's
Fellowship Group

The men of St. Christopher' E

piscupal cnurch in Kio Afcwjo have

wrmatly organized a group w oe
kiiOWU dS utl' w.m.uput'
Men's Fellowship. Chid aim of
tae cluu is to organize irieu oi
t.iuf pa Ml ftolbfcut' w..a,i. luufwi
projects and encourage them to

taxe a leading roie in community

workv i .
Elected to serve for the remain

er of the year are: Joseph Coiey

president; Eugene Johnson, vice
president.; trtux iiwiue, teeter-

ry ; Vivian Jf'lynn, asistant secre

tary, ana uoya seaiey, treasurer.
Installation of officers "will be

held at. the churcn July 7 at 6:30

p.m. Invitations have been sent to
copal churches and, the public has

been invited to attend.

Tr PARTY FOR VISITORS Mrs. W.-E. Potter, wife of the Governor of the Canal Zone
'wiSltffiuMJo Ann potter and Miss Suzl Potter are shown, at a tea givenfVVed givenfVVed-'
' givenfVVed-' JrtH?riWMce In honor of Miss Cynthia Cowdrey and. Miss Elizabeth
vKlf Sf Omaha' Nebraska, who arrived here this week as house gues's of Miss Jo Ann Pot Pot-From
From Pot-From lett to right are Mrs. Potter,,Mlss Cowdrey, Miss Jo Ana Potter, Miss Barker and

' The tamborito, pnnto, cumDi, mejura" a wmcr
' L-fflTS; : w,ri nerformed at the5 "Noche de San

julebrition at the Arts and Science Building in Bella &
.KVaViolalasqnwtr who was crowned Queen oif the

sribwets 4k the tecent Florai Vtmvu rwgnea oyer tnmerryT

MiCoflfclHolland.rr

ffimlrresidt.
C.n.l .Zone announj gd, thea

Tiage ot meir -rr, jackon jackon-mg.;on;
mg.;on; jackon-mg.;on; June mc mc-Florida
Florida mc-Florida to-..

i csa, that C ty. out" ;
.SdutfWBaV

f's , vilh a B.S. degree
vet? t ., croom

ia .it' s Army in A-

,mtd wra - ;. -rom

V:D; University .with

SefrM4n- aolo8y-. -j' bon.

their bow "

Mr, a Mj' .S are house-

fcortls of BeUa & xt
dt.lombia.,j ; ,v
tJna-tWlnrt t

Inaan. ?

Tb.-n8m,Sw-i; to Mr. John

tr .Miss V'" . Mr

g, ETnesiu n

Tvro Scouh To Gel

Rcthloiu

iFrcih Bishop Goodcn

lla Vista at '"a small; family party
Sunday evening. -m
Mr. Livingston! 1 who is station stationed
ed stationed at Albrook Air Force Base, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs.'Mark
W. Livingston of Aurora, Illinois.
, The wedding will .take, place in
late) July.; vW-,
MrrAiarl-Btek
Fetad At Stag Partyl
: Mr.' A. : Earl (Beck," Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent of Terminals Division, who is
retiring on June 25 utter thirty-

five years r;f- Government serv

ice, was i .e guct of honor last

evening at a no-host stag party at
the Cristobal Gun Club. Among

the fifty oresenti were co-workers

of Mr: Beck and employes of ship-

mne firms througnout tne comma

nity. The honoree was presented

with a sold belt buckle. .

The newly aDoointed Manaser of

the Railroad Division, Mr. George

M. Smith,, was introduced to- tne

group. -,.

Naval Offiears' Wives ,
Bnlsttj' I lltlS"kaBAIt

The reeular monthly luncheon of

the Naval Officers' Wives Oub
was held Tuesday at the Fort
Clayton Officers' Club! 'White el

ephants'.; were orougnt oy a e
members and guests and1 were
placed on a table In the center oi
ine room and numbered tor use

in the moeram later.

Following "'a delicious luncheon

arrangea oy idrs. c. 'i.'Iii. War

mer uie luacneon cnairman, jars.
G. A. Charp, tne pesloen con-

oucted a snort business meeting.

Mrs. sharp welcomed tne iouow iouow-ing
ing iouow-ing new members and guests:
Mrs. Bta, Mrs. A. GU-
iespi, Mrs. J. a. ttiegei, Mrs. a

j. tiOinngsworon, 7 xan. as a.
Mitcneu, Mrs. K. G. uina, Mrs.

Damaged FDR Heads

ai!KH!orfolliiepalr
. Cathedral f r ; r

tomorrow ww-reu P.ll r I.I.

fMintrr awara, w

' This award U ma p God
prove" v?!122rt totcn-

,d their eoanuj during

worked anfler tne

Caryl Hoffer,-and, Mrs.'.'C. E.
Mott; Mrs. M. Greathouse,- guest
of Mrs. D. M. Greathouse, a n d
Mrs. F. C. McCord, guest of Mrs.
H. M. Mangels. Godbyes were
said to Mrs W. T. Hanley and
Mrs. R. P. Ely who are leaving

the Ishtmus the- 1st' ot tnis

month. v 1

Following the business, meeting,

Mrs. James Eastwood, the pro program
gram program chairman, asked each lady

to draw a number. Then each one

received the gift-wrapped white
elephant iwith the corresponding

number.. ;Ther was mucn excite

ment as the 1 a d i e s unwrapped

their packages and discovered

their 'prises..".

Door rrirei -.wera won !bv Mrs

Elmer-Moore,' Mrs. J. (B. 'McEl-

royi, and Mrs. G. W. Daughtry. v

V-..; V,U ';'iU-;:!v -hit.;- ;
Former Isthmian
Mrs.' Jehn X. Erta ;:: r-4 i r r

Visitinf Her sy--;?
Mrs. John X. Erbt is here from
Cleveland! Orio ior a short visit.

She is staying with her. brother
and slstr-in-law Mr--and r; Mr s.
Woodrow W, Dillon at their home
in Gamboa. 4

Scrvicio Crouvcr
En!:r$ Low Did
For Interior Work

Servicio Brouwer entered a low
bid of $1,280 yesterday morning

for regular maintenance : interior

painting of U.S. rate employes'

quarters on the Atlantic isiue.

Other bids of 11,346, $1,880, and

si,05o were entered by' tne xropr
at Point rAmninn infnnlA T act

VMS, A HUlt vvuijauj 41UVVUV MVIj
giere. and Daniel Kolas.

The painting will be done within

40 days after the dale of the a a-ward
ward a-ward of the contract and will in

elude walls and- trim, ceilings,

wooden floors, hallways, closets,

ana stairways.

' The following apartments are in

cluded in the schedule: 8024-C, 80-
ak.a anja.A ann.n ancc.n ainb.

V, tlU-U, 8224-A, 8228-A in Mar
carita, and 1813-B in Old Cristo

baL

Cfr 'raS'im -WeM the

Jnsigniand hand them to the

nu!,ry.:,( M.W .d V

the. en the boy. at the

As tne oovi .,, w n
Tl" V- .v-..l S. will DC P

!7 of the board

g Boy Scout Troop N6
Pack No, 5 that ae sponsored oy
th CathedraL"
. Dtn Petemwi will oK1';
the rTi and will preach ort the
wbKt "The ChaUenge of Srout Srout-tef
tef Srout-tef Tb Offertory wi!l be sung
by Per Olaf Borg. who wjU
-O Rert la The Lord" by Mf1 Mf1-oha.
oha. Mf1-oha. Also prtciprin in the

TTice win be Edwaro

irUtutionl represetaauve

rvHr arrir i he held at (he day and

Caibedral this Sunday are HolyiM. Haifih of Wessington, S. D
Communion at 7:30 a.ra. Family was reported in serious eomiition.

Serriee of Morning Praver at i ls

4

JACKSONVILLE, Fla June a
(UP) The 45,000 ton carrier
FrankHn D. Roosevelt,, damaged
by a pump room exp'.osion which
killed two seamen and injured five
others, headed for drydock for a
second time in six weeks y aster aster-day.
day. aster-day. v-
The FDR left the Mayport, Fla.,
carrier basin about noon for Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, Va., where it underwent dry dry-dock
dock dry-dock repairs late in May after an
undersea object damaged propeller

gear In the Atlantic.

A Navy board announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that it had not been able to
determine the cause ot the explo explosion
sion explosion which occurred off the
Florida coast two days ago but
said the damage was found too

extensive to repair afloat.

The board will reconvene at Nor

folk for further study, the Navy

said, and the FDB will be ready

to return to Jacksonville in about

three- weeks.
The explosion took the lives of
Boiler Tender J-C Bobby E. Hyd-

er. 22. or Spartanburg. S.C.. and

Fireman Sidney R. WatL 27, of

Norwood, N.C. -

Fireman Apprentice Robert J

for ra- .e. IX. of ieret. Wash., was

stUl In critical condition early te

Boiler Tender Richard

Mrs! Erbe' left her four. sons "it

home, but: says she is (enjoying
the company of thejour Dill o n

boys Chris, Mart, rat ana &uru
. : ; H i ;, S
Mexican Actress
ReataS
Necklace Dispute
'- vvy ;iv''' -' ;
t unrrrrd CITY June (UP)

Famed Mexican actress Maria Fe-
lix is ready to put an end to the

entangled and highly publicized

case of the S48,uw peari neciiB

given t her by herniate nusoana
Jorge Negrete, her attorneys said

today..;':;,;. ,. 'I:X"'. i.'.

After the death of the' popular

"charro" singer in Los Angeies
hrp veara aeo. lecal reoresenta

tiv. af his daughter by a previ-

I ous marriage claimed the neck

lace as part of herinneritance.
Negrete had made bis daughter

soie neir iu him wi,.,. v ,.
Maria elix' refused to turn' ov over
er over the necklace to the legal repre

sentatives of the daughter, claim-.

ing that it was a gut to tne ac actress
tress actress and could not be included
among liia .possessions, r r
' The legal battle that ensued has
goiie tiu'ougii several Mexican
courts and no solution appeared la
sight. But yesterday, Maria an announced
nounced announced she is willing to pay to
the heiress the $32,000 Negrete had
paid on the necklaces She lso of
fered to pay the unpaid balance of
some 116,000 to the jeweler, who
sold the necklace to Negrete, and
other a.ooo for legal expenses in-
rtfi-raH hv thm hvirMa aurin til

'lengthy legal battle,

..... i - ;
The solutioa was proposed hi a
document tiled with Second Civil
Judge Jose Fuertes Ramirez.
Lawyers for both sides appar
ently feel that with Maria's latest
offer as a basis for negotiations,
a satisfactory agreement could be
worked out and an end put to the
famous "necklace dispute."-

r.." Dean's Bible Class
Church School at 1:15 a.m.

and

and

Fireman Apprentice Fhilbp R.

Plantier, 1, Waurego, Coo-.,
BoilerTender Fireman Donald E.
timcrmr -. c mi")!", Ga.,

wkifh time Desft Peterwi win and Lt, Donald Smith of f haron,

rryarh en the "Parable of the Pro- were reported in Jess ser ser-cial
cial ser-cial Son." ious condition.

All Smoke, No Fire

FAYErrTXVnXr, N.cVane 72
(UP) "There's a lot of smoke
on the. whole Mock, you'd better
harry.'' gasped aa excited woman
into her telephone.
.
Se the firemea wbe received her
rail raced to snan their trorks.
With sirens wailing, ri lictoa
flashiaarthey burried to the down downtown
town downtown addresa she gave them.
They found smok -Wj f R.
It was the fog-I ke rjrty frota
roriles of 'He ei'y's no.;te -Cgbtirg
truck.

Curundu Vccalion
Dibio Schcoi Will

Close Down Sunday

Tht largest 'S Vacation Bible

School of the Curundu Protestant

Church will come to a close on

tomorrow at 7 p.m. Every pupil

and every class will have part in

the closing program. The closing
program will include all of the

class from the nursery depart

ment through the adult depart

menu There will re songs, Bible
stories, memory work, and flan-

nelgraphs presented from the va

rious classes,'.- vi urnr-i i
There will ; be toloted slides

shown of the Bible School in ac

tion. Classes at study.-Wayer nd

singing with pictures of some of

tne pupus ; ana teachers wm oe

seen.' -t, i'inf--w-.?-v

The offering liven -during the

Vacation Bible School will be de

dicated and will fio for the work

of medical mission here in the Jto-

publie of Panama. The money will

be channeled through the Christ Christian
ian Christian Doctor's Fund of the Canal

Zone.

The parents and the public are
cordially invited to attend the closi

ing program of the Vacation Bible
School of the Curundu. Protestant

Churcn. ,-.( t .. v.

Other r announeemantc rf the

cnurch v may be read in their

church ad on sasa three nf .to.

night a paper. .'a

V Puppelv

Regime Ousts 2nd

U.1 Mr Allachs

VIENNA, June 22' (UP' -The
Communist liunganan puppet gov government
ernment government yesterday ordered the U.

6. air attache out of the country
within six xiays in the latest in a
series of attacks on the American
Legation in Budapest.
The government of Premier Ja Ja-nos
nos Ja-nos Kadir accused CoL Welwyn F.
Dallam of photographing, military
object, lirtr.:;.;..

Dallam, of San Francisco.' de

nied the charge as "ridiculous."
Ha told the United Press by

thone from Budapest that the note

ordering bis expulsion was hand-

ed to the legation at nooa woay.
The note gave no further details.
Radio Budapest, in a broadcast
announcing Dallam's expulsion,1

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GREETING GUESTS AT TEA Mrs. R. M. Montague, wife of the Commanding General of the Caribbean Command, is greeb-'V
ed by Miss Suzl Potter at a tea given by Mrs. W, E. Potter, at the Governor's residence in Balboa Heights Wednesday in honoC '-or
or '-or of Miss Cynthia Cowdrey and Miss Elizabeth Barker of Omaha, Nebraska, who are house guests of Miss Jo Ann Potter.
Standing In the receiving line with Miss Potter are her sister Miss Jo Ann Potter, Miss Cowdrey, Miss Barker and Mrs.. Potter.

Sy 'MRS. MURIEL LAWRINCI

A MOTHER writes: "Several

days ago our 12-year-old girl was
invited to the movies by a friend's

parents. Soon after, I discovered

thst she'd left the iron on, scorch

ing a hole in my ironing ooaro

cover, I made her break the date.
Since then she's hardly spoken to
me. All her life she's held this

kind of arudee after ounishmnet.

Mfybe she knows how mucn ner
mother wants her to ay; 'v'I'm
sorry. You were right to punish

my carelessness."
Eagerness for a t p u n I s h a d

child's remorse is usually eager-

nes for hia reassurance. It's then

he can't feel remorse. He senses
our uncertainty of the punish punishment's
ment's punishment's riehtness. r And. what he

resents is not the punishment but

our pretense that we're s e ki n g
comfort' for ourselves, nor her

realization of the danger: of for forgetting
getting forgetting to switch off the Irod.
-IF we're uncertain that we have
punished justly, jt'jr wise to .ck-

By OSWALD JACOB Y
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nowlege this to ourselves and
release the child from the obliga obligation
tion obligation to reassure us by saying "I'm
sorry." u
It's not necessary to give him
this release in words. It can be
done within ourselves through the
realization that we have been ro

mantic to look to the child for

moral auDDort.-The moment,. ; we

see this, resentment of this daugh

ter's refusal of it will disappear

and her mother's reduced ex expectations
pectations expectations of her will enable her
to treat her kindly again, ;

jno parent can always be : sure

he's given the: right punishment.
Sooner or later, we all have to

learn to tolerate the; possibility
that we've done the wrong thins

1 J -jL 1 i'j

--uu urreuuer our iaea ox our

New Interests
Will Relieve Boredom

BORED with life?

How long since you've gone

outside to watch a aunset or tak

en a walk on a sunny day?

How long since you've looked

through your newspaper in search
of something different to do an

art exhibit .to go to, a concert,

a -lecture? ."'r...,;";,:'

How long since you've looked up

an old friend, or taken the. first

step tqwaro. making a new one?

How long since, you've looked

at members' of your family as

selves ag a person who must al- though they were strangersr teai-

waysoo tne pertect uungo. uy; seeing-tnem as tney are at tne

tin i u. uus una self ac'

saia ne mea u get six heart but this was duplicate
ttZ oU1 -d I waateO extra 10 polnU

tlons before the Oct. 23 freedom

Uprising. It claimed that after the

revolt, he lntensined nis euoru w
get information, particularly a-

bout the Hungarian air force.

COURT RUSH of' New- Bruns

wick, NJr., writes aa follows :

"when my oartner lumped my

simple one heart response to

tnree I tookea forward to tne
thrill of a grand slam. Needless
to say, I was disappointed when
hia five heart hid showed that

he only held two aces so that the

grand alanv was out of reach.

"In rubber bridge I would have

made the safe and sane bid of

eeptance is' gained we remain as

intolerant of. children's mistakes as

we ariot-Jeiirewifc:' As we must
hivt only perfect eponsibility to

ward elecfrio" i irons, from p ux

perfect decisions from ourselves.
It's been., deficiency in our own
training that makes it necessary

to"ieex a youngsterg iFn sorry
after we've punished him.

uur need outs tens us we have

some growing up to do. A 13-year

old daughter is not our parent.
It is' not her business to judge

goodness and' badness' for us.
We only ask her to make it her
business because we have not had

enough experience in entruitlnff

these Judgments to our .own con

science; r- ." .v

Self-ekoneratlon Is a discipline

rcuirea oi us ai.

.'- (.-V ;:.'.'! r?'.;rv!-'-

The teen-ager who has hia own

radio or record player should,
for the sake of the rest of the

family,' keep the volume turned
low. Playing krod music until
someone yells;. ; ;

"Please tarn that tbiar down!"

la not the best way to promote

family peaee, v- ..

moment,, not just as you expect
them to.be?" t.f-pni

of your, way, to do .something fof

someone eise aomeuiing oeyono
the toutine gestures of friendship

that have become second nature
to-youf" ;-i A": .Jy. t

Hlw long since you have brows browsed
ed browsed through a public library and
com out with your arms full of

books on some subject--that stir
red your curiosity? . ;
TRY THIS! THINGS
HOW long since, you've madaTa
real attempt to streamline your
work so that you can keep up
without feeling pushed or driven?
. How. long since you've, taken a1'
day of for no better reason than

that you want to enjoy it?

i..is;f '.i.'v', f.,' is
How long since -you'vo given! a
party for tne sole purpose of bring bringing
ing bringing gaiety or friendly warmth into
your home, not Just to repay to
cial .obligations? Xt
'How long since you've tried 'i
learn a new kill or t a c t 1 e d
hard job, instead of thlnklr"
excuses for avoiding the cha.

of doing something a little mote
difficult than usual? --- i

If nou're bored1 It bss nrobablv

been a long time since you havs
done something you didn't have
to.

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for six no-trump.

"I won the opening spade lead
in dummy and ran my four heart

tricks Just for practice la play

r.n i.- w.. ..i in Tr.,n. lnir out hlf h cards. I then

gary more thaa two years., said he played to dummy's king of clubs
would leave with his wife for Vien- and back to my ace.- When West

na J tin 25.

1 cannot say touch on the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian charges presently," be said.(
ln any case, they are ridicu-i

loos. . .. .

He recalled that anotner inm-

eaa miliUry attache recently waa

expelled from Hungray on wena
cal eRarges.
Dillon b Rickman

Seem Low Bidders

On Plumbina Work

A low bid f S3.380 by the Dfl Dfl-loo
loo Dfl-loo and Hickman Constrvction C.
was entered for the replacement
of plunbicg and fixtures ia Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium yerterriay morning.
One other bid of S2.33S was

evred by the Wrieht Brothers.

The work wiu contt ef tnstai-

Tif g a nun-ber of phimbisg fix-

rorea m lirinrv facuiuea
throegbejt the k'irf

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showed oat I wished that I had
been content with six hearts but
it waa too late for wlxhlng. I led
a spade to dummy and played a
diamond. East played the Jack
and I woa with the king.
"I played out mr last 'tpade.
East had let the six of diamoads
and a spade go oa the heart
leads so he had to throw away
another diamond. He ralld
that should he throw the tea
spot I would put him la with the
ace. His only hope wax that his
partner would bold the cjueea of
diamonds.
"Be discarded hia ace of dia diamonds
monds diamonds whereupon both my dia diamonds
monds diamonds were good and I wonnd
p making sere-"
Thank yon. Mr, Rush, for aa
Interesting hand. My. sympathy
roes to poor East who snade two

good plays but wound vp In then

ashcaa. I Imagine be would have
bee Jurt as badly off If he had

made hU ace of C-amooca.

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Midnlglrt to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
' Join our informal CLUR4:30 for the lata crowd
F In the air-conditioned comfort ef our Balboa Bar

5 Z MUSIC BY THE i
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World Champions Gut
White Sox First Place
Margin To Half-Gam

; By MILTON RICHMAN
i NEW YORK, June 22 (UP) The cocky, high-

riding New York Yankees have been saying all along
that it was only a matter of time until they would
overtake the faltering Chicago White Sox, and the
y&y they have it figured, today could be the time.

scored iti first run off rookie Dan

ny McDevitt in the aixtb and add added
ed added another off Don Bessent in the

Major League Dcc Ricketts

BATTING LEADERS

. (Baaed en 150 at bats)
National League

P. and C G AB R H

1 Only a half came behind the
- White Sox now at a result of their

4-2 victory over them last mgnt,
".'-"the Yanks, shooting for their ninth
straight victory, can take over the
' American League '-ad for the first
:3ime since May '9 if they beat Chi-
tago again today,
They defeated Jim Wilson last

eugm; neiore oi.nti largest

Jfcrowd of the major league season,
and as Casey Stengel put in typical

, Btengelese:
r !The win makes this series
where they can't steal it."
j Johnny Kucks,) who pitched the
' fir,st six innings and !eft with the
ecore 3-2 in his favor, was the win winner,
ner, winner, but Stengel reserved his great greatest
est greatest praise for reliever' Bob Grim.

tThe right-handed Yankee bullpen
. Ce held Chicago to one hit in the
;jast three innings and struck out
"ihe aide in the ninth.
"I don't know where we'd be
without Grim's relief pitching this
ear," Stengel said.
McTha Yanks Kored tha two runs

itnat decided the game in the
-r fourth inning en singles by Yogi
"'"Berra, Andy Carey and Bobby
Richardson, coupled with a sa sacrifice
crifice sacrifice and a perfect squeeze
bunt by Kucks.
; via other American League
1 games, southpaw Chuck Stobbs
'snapped his 16 game losing
t streak with a 6 3 victory over
Cleveland; Baltimore defeated De De-rwoit,
rwoit, De-rwoit, 6-5, and Boston beat Kansas

City, 4-3.
. ITha .Ct TjmiU f!arriinala tretrh

oil their National League lead to 1

v 14 gamea with a 2-0 triumph over
Frooklyn; Philadelphia defeated
iilwaukee, Pittsburgh topped
Cincinnati, 1-2, In 11 innings and
the Giants outlasted the Cuba, 12 12-II,
II, 12-II, In 10 innings.
-Stobbs held the Indiana to seven

Tills In registering, his first vlcto-

eighth on Don Blasingame's triple

and Alvin Dark's single.
Ed Bouchee drove in five runs
and southpaw Curt Simmons set
the Brave down on eight hits
as he beat them for the second
time in five days. The loser was
Lew- Burdette, who dropped a
one-hitter to Simmons last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He was tagged for 10 hits
in five innings last night.

Hank Foiles' 11th inning single

hfve Pittsburgh an uphill victory

after the, Pirates had' tied the

score in the ninth. Wally Post's
two-run homer in the fifth off'

starter Bob Friend gave the Red-

legs a 2-1 lead and they held it un until
til until Joe Nuxhall wild-pitched the

tying run across in the ninth. Bob
Purkey was the winner. Frank

Robinson bad five hits in five trips

for Cincinnati.

Danny O'Connell and Bobby

Thomson hit 10th inning homers
in the Giant's victory over the
Cubs. Andre Rodgers grand-slam

homer in the ninth gave the Giants

a 18-6 margin but Chicago tied the
score in the bottom of the frame.
Walt Moryn hit a three-run homer
for the Cubs. 7

Musial, St. L.

Fondy. Pitt.

Hodges, Bkn.
Aaron.: Mil.
Robinson, Cinci.

Cimoli. Bkn.

Dark, St. Louis

Pef.

39 236 37 86 .364

52 207 25 73 .353
56 213 31 74 .347
61 260 48 87 .335
60 251 46 84 .335
51 210 38 69 .329

56 239 40 75 .314

Mays,; New York 60 227 44 71..313

Tnomas, Pitt. 61 240 22 74 .308
H.Smith, St. L, 45 167 51 .305

American League

Mantle. N.Y. 59 197 57 75 .381

Williams, Boston 55 191 42 68 .356

Mcowron, N.Y,
Boyd. Bait.

Cerv, K.C.
Fox, -Chicago
Malzone. Boston

Lemon, Wash, i

Wertz, Clevei
Sievers, Wash.

57 191 42 68 .356

58 187 35 6 .342
49 153 16 52 .340

59 229 37 77 .336
60 245)23 77 .314

62 239 29 74 .310

58 203 34 63 .310
63 237 41 73 .308

' HOME runs
National Leaeua

Aaron, Braves

Musial, Cards
Moon, Cards
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants
Snider, Dodgers

' ri of the season after ,11 straight

o Keats and also hia first In 17, de decisions
cisions decisions since he beat Baltimore 8 8-oJ
oJ 8-oJ last Sept. 5. Aa a morale-boost-
' et, Washington fans brought good good-;
; good-; !uck tokens with them into the
- bark.

(Jackie Jensen clouted a homer
aid a tingle to drive in three runs
ir lktmi. UIVn Vara.

on also homered for the Red Sox.
VwUard Nixon blanked the A'a on
to hits for six innings but injur injured
ed injured hit kg in the seventh. Gus
Zfernial and Bob Cerv homered
off reliever Rudy Minarcin.
- Young Von McDaniel, tha $50, $50,-Odn
Odn $50,-Odn bonus beauty who ia only three
weeks out of high school, didn't
let hit first starting assignment
. ruffle him one bit as ho checked
' the Dodgers on two hits and ce cemented
mented cemented the Cards' lead. St. Louis

Pro Shop

By JIMMY DEMARET

BY now, it't to old I mean the
ancient cry, "Keep your head
down, don't look up 1" that I'd
like to take it for granted that

moat golfers have had this thor

oughly dispelled by teaching prot

ana literature. .v, :v

Simply stated, you would never
bit a golf ball 1 unleas you were

looking at it. And once you hit it,

u you keep four head in a vise
and don't look up. you won't hit

the ball far.

Your head follows your swing.

It goes back and forth. It does
not go up and down. If. it does,

your entire stance ia mesed up

and you better start all over again

So when you have hit the ball

and your swing is moving up, the

nead. follows naturally.
Thaf's a primary rule. And you

also can toucn on a major fault
because of it. If you 'come away
from a shot with the idea you look

ed up, then you probably pulled
away. The body worka with the
head. Pull up your head, you're

pulling up your body. It'a the

stance which la wrong now.

American Leaaua

Mantle, Yanks .v ...

Williams. Red Sox

Aievers, Senators
Zernial, Athletics
Maxwell, Tigers '
H.Smith, Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN
National League
Musial, Cards ?
Aaron, Braves
Hoak, Redlegt '"
Ennis, Cards ;
BeU, Redlegt V.
American League
Sievers, Senators
Skowron, Yanks
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz. Indians

Minoso; White Sox
Jensen, Red Sox

19
15
13
13
12
12

19
17
15
14
12
12

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52
44
40
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52

46
45

43

41
41

Kobmson

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1-Hitfer;

Ifth IL Game

NEW YORK, June 2? (UP)

uick mcxetis, who has already
proven himself to be Quite capa capable
ble capable with-a basketball, is now mak

ing a reputation for imself with

the smaller-sized baseball. : :-Ricketts,
Ricketts, :-Ricketts, an 'All-American hoop
star at Duauesne. "hurled a ma.

terful one-hitter last night at Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Shut out leacue Uadino

Richmond, 2-0. The lanky hurler't

mm victory moved Rochester in into
to into a fourth-place tie with Colum-

DUS.i Jim Coatea aavn nn n I

ivo v mis. ior v me vees,. out was

vKsea witn his tnird defeat.
. Toronto climbed to jwithin i
half game of first place by beat

nvua, a tnree r u n

"viner, or mine Goliat. was the
decisive Wow .as Humberto Hobis Hobis-son
son Hobis-son won his Jtlh' game, tops in
the league, w-.. .,.-..t.-,
M(o0,fr,irame8' Miamivwhipped
Mo.ntfetll-5; and Columbus apht
a twin-bill With Buff a In T.

fhHuS,,Mtha fir,t 93 ahd.droppuVg
the nightcap, 2-o;:;vl;i;f J'ivf

Th: standings I and WscorW';
: Internatianal I ......

iini 4vi ?y:': ;.w

TWO-WAY STRETCH lot of baCk--bnding Wenf'into the
picture as third' baseman- Don Hoak (foreground) and short shortstop
stop shortstop Roy McMillan (No. 11) tried to grab a grounder hit by
Bobby Thomson' of the Giants. It went for a nit, but the two
Cincinnati infielders gave it a pennantr winning ry.

A PITCHING
(Based oo T decisions)

ch.. v l W L Pet.

vusuu, auKI 11
Sanford, Phils a l

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Written fer NBA Service

on

QUESTION: With

second and third bate, the catch

er inierrerea with the batter'a
ur ns D.. . ""w

" noes not stop the
batter from ainsiinr Vj-Jy

scoring both runners. Do tha runs
count? What hnnn. X

' yuanua jtraoy. '-.

mamri i ne runs count: The
hater is .credited with a i

t i : 1,r"

not affect tha alav.

Q. The manairm- ia thlr.vt. rr.

" K-nanaed pitcher.
He faces one batter Th n.rf h.f

M;ucr ut urst oase and
bnngt' in a.aouthnaar. i

batter ia disposed of, the manager

u,. uiitner oacx irom first.
He then telle the .nit ,, n

his warm-up pitchea. Isnt thlt de-

lymA game George Robins.
A. Ne-' aeOcrdina tat tK mL.

the pHchf I allewed eight warm-

Q. With two out anil' tha ......

loaded: the man going to second
on a hall-hit far to the itmH

oaseman a left overaiidaa ummh

oaae. a quicx throw to the short shortstop
stop shortstop sips him before he can get

wa) runs acore; io oath
count? Jimmr Smith:

A- The farce wee retrieved when
tha runner evertlld. Tha run

rune scared before, the man waal

reggea awr aaunt.. ,v
Q. It there any time limit an

nigai games? Jimmy Cooke.
A. An Inning eonnet start after
12;5t a.m. ki tha majer laegues,-.

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"ON THE THRESHOLD
OF SPACE v

USArCarib Rifle iAnd Pistol

Squads Win Eight Individual
Awards I n : All-Army i; Matches

ina one ieam awaru uuiuik
J All-Army rifle and pistol
i.here.A:y; : :
. Huelet v L. (Joe)-Benner,

PORT BENNINCL GEORGIA,

( USA Inf. Cen.) ; Marksmen of

tha: USAKCARIB rifle and ; pUtol

sauada won eight individual

ward and one team award during

the 19S7

matches,

M-Sat

former Fort Kobba EM., represent

ine First' Army, copoed the "1857

All-Army: individual Pistol Cham1-

nionship while Capt. Joseph Ber

ry,. representing Third Army, ran
off with the Rifle Championship.

Sgt. ) Benner deienaing ma aii-

Army Pistol Championship broke
the old Army record when he

blasted the target for an 888 acore
out of a possible 900 in winning

the .22 caliber event which gave

him an aggregate acore of 2599 out

of; a possible 2700: lor the cham

Dionshio.

The usaruakib rifle team en

try surpassed tha All-Army record

ior jne nue xeam mkica oi xvj

99v.. posting a score of 1409-105 v

but could gain only 12th place in

the. 1957 match which it consider

ed one of the foremost in. All-Ar

my' competition. ' i ;

In -addition at least four of the

rifle and pistol shooters from the

USARCARIB 'squads may be ; re

tained at FLBenning at candi

dates for tha AU-Army rifle and

pistol squads,

la the .322 Caliber pistol y team

match the USARCARIB entrv nlac-

ed seventh and each team member
was awarded -a., bronze medaL The
.22 pistol team members included
Capt. Charles R. Bushong. USA

Mission to Guatemala... Guatemala

City,- Guatemala; Sfc. Robert E.

Moats, Co. M, 20th inf.. ru Davis:

Pfc-Phillip A,, Mclntostw Co.
20th Inf, Ft Kobbe, and Sgt. EmU

w. Heugatetr. Co. -M. 20t& Inf..

ri. .wavis. capt. uonaia. u. uir
ger. commanding officer. 118th 11

P Pit.. Quarry Heights. was team

aptain ana sgt. James H. Hauser

Hq. and Ha. Cou 20th InfFUXob-

oe,. was team coach.

Individual winners include Sfc.

William J. JdcFeeley, Co., I, 10th

im ix. Davis, who was ortt place

expert lar tha individual national

match course. Sgt McFeeley post posted
ed posted a score of 241-17 v of a possible
250 te gain a leg on hii disnguish disnguish-ed
ed disnguish-ed marksman badge and a bronze

medal as ligh expert

Cpt. Barger won a bronze med medal
al medal for- aecond place sharpshooter

ia ue national, trophy tndividaal
match course with a. score of 283

out of a possible 300.-

Sgt. Heugatter'a award vat the

highest won by an individual from
USARCARIB. i v

SgU Moats won a bronze medal
aa first Dlaco aharoshootar in nii-

. . 7 ...

uh anaica nn witn a seore of 195
out of a-possible 200. He was also

awarded a bronze medal for sec

ond place sharpshooter in the na
tional trophy individual nt a t e 1
with score of 289: out- of a;pos

" v'i'"'4'- 'l '' ''i '?- ;''";
-Cant. Bullion w'aa wAA

brome.medal for second place ex
pert in pistol. match' 101 with i

score of 188 out of a possible 200

" cauDer putoi.

: Sfc. Silas A: Drake. Co, C. .smh

r . T

Mope,', waa awarded i
bronze medal for second place et

pert in the aggregate match' of

siow lire irom. 600. yards. Sgt
Drake's total score waa n

Members of the rifle amiad who

repreaented: USARCARiR j h

ruie maicnes were: 1st Lt. Donald
fn"J?e'V3r Mort1" Co-. 20th

Vil' tC B0; mc. McPeeley,
Sfc. Drake. SpS Frank F. Greer
Co. H. 20th Inf irt v-? 1,1

iCecil Lv Stevm.-C iT,l- Sf:

, aoooe; and Pfc Alfred A. AFt

VJ f .""t. T.'KQbbe.

. iaior j Loren E. D.vU

. 1 w-aj VUIU

manaing omcer USA.. Technical
Service. P.R rt Rri..l-

m "Plain,: and
Sp2 Richrd Ai. Kemo. Hn .ttkaw.

A win

. team coacn.

Membere of the inV .-

.V iur "7 OUtS for tha
All-Arm ifu .-i -i-??

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34 29, .540
33 34 .493
33 34 .493

88 ,.463
38. .438
38 .397

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Toronto 4
Buffalo.4

Columbus J;'
Rochester

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Montreal H f 25

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nd .Pignat.no aSSig-

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Rochester .' OOOooW",
Richmond 000-000-000 0lSi

r.tar:.JvJ?.: ? wketts

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Teams W L p,

St. Louis 1 35 24 .593

Milwaukee '.'! i, 34 at sat

Philadelphia 33 29 Ji59
Cincinnati-,- 34 28 saa

Brooklyn .-32 28 .533
New York 28 33 .459
Pittsburgh, 'v 23 38 ,377
Chicago 19" 35 ,352

Today's Games.
: New- York at Chicago
Pittsburgh' at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at MUwauke
Brooklyn, at St. Louis, 1
. -Yesterday'! Results f

.. ...--... ....... V,..,-..

proonivn noo nnn nnnn

St. Louis ; 000 voi 01 9 5 9

McDevitt fl-lV. Rpspnt $

maucer.

V McDaniel t2-0) and H. Smith.

New -York" 012 000 205 2-12 15
Chicago 000 301 ?.o nin ia

Crone; Davis. Worthinsrton-

nm BiTJll yM .

aviu-, mmer u-o; ana jtatt.. Wes-

ARush, Lown,. Elston HiUman (0 (0-5)
5) (0-5) andv.Neeman., t ,.

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Cincinnati: 000 020 000 00-2 io l
Friend, Face, Arroyo, King,
S?nT.',?urke' 7- and Foiles
.Nuxhall, Freeman, Jeff coat
(5-5), and Bailey.'.

: AMERICAN LEAGUE
T,t W L Pet.GB

New. York.
Detroit
Cleveland

Boston

Baltimore'
Kansas City
Washington.

, 37 zi .638 t
, 37 22 .627
' 32 29 .325 6Va
31 28 .525 lfc

3-31 .492 8M
,' 27' 33 450 11 v
' 25 35 .417 13
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Cimoli If :
Hodgerf .-lb
Walker ? .x

CAUT OLIO
15c Ztc
THE TOCNC
STKAKGER
' Aim: -;
OKLAHOMA

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WORLD WTTHOrT
. EXD
' Also:
CANYON
t I T I 1

CECILIA

Come and enjoy thix terrlfl
double feature! -CHARLES
CHAPLIN in
THE COLD RUSH
Alao: -
Abbott and Cartell In
' DAXCX WTTH MX HENRY

S5a.

RIO

vLCTTERY NIQHTl

ARTISTS AND
MODELS
-. Also:
. GOLDEN
'EARRTNKS

VICTORIA
Ua.
Te Batrnaa (18-lj)
HELL BELOW
.... ZERO f
THE SCALPED
BANDIT

Neal t

McDevitt a

A-Amoroi
Bessent p' ;

Totaled
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ST. LOUIS )
Blasingam 2b
Dark as
Musial lh r.

Cunningham
Ennia rt
Boyer cf
Moon If

H.. Smith; t
Kasko 3b
V. McDaniel

Totali 1

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Columbua

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Coleman ,n4 Attroth: B lTek
burn and. JPaterson. r

fct?"-V;f 003-000-010 4-7
. WO-020-000 3-7-

RA.-nj" '.11"Mauer v8) and
ten J); tw." Hat-
son r ,n4 lerra' WP Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. LP Lao, pp. ",,"T

Guintan..: 77 wuat,

No

rns,

In Last-Ditch

Fight

NEW YORir riTi rw,r.

torneva ii.V- rr.B?'", "V

and Dartnaf lwk tu:.

being forced iut

In thft final .rit. a.

- w0mvii uj. UlfJ DOT
SP01 they were

-.u-uuit ayivester Rvan.
who anoarentlv twiii.v.. ,k.

u in. m nnnnniv

K"lWPo..feir

ui uaraen corp.
Kenneth C. Roti 11 nrm ...

fM.;0 w'p nd bead of

lawyert, clalmt inch

retroactive punishment- for busi-m"wwfc-thought'
their con-

VI UOXinr STrftMI-r lateral ,.a:i

oil?- w"d fullty cmonop cmonop-o(y
o(y cmonop-o(y in. March. The monooolv ar.

At Fridiv'a aaiatM tV.

. wwJd toce Norti
and Wirtz, controlling stockhold stockholder!,
er!, stockholder!, to ClUDOla ftf thai r ..

boldinct "beeaua I rf..n.

feelthera must be a divoremJ

of Norria; Wirtz and Madison
Souare Garden." :
Norria ia nrealAmt f.-

deaCorp.; Wlrtx, a director. The
oarden Corn, owns tha

irauai tfoxug club af 'New York.

'Ars" ,Ba aiaa control the

nicago auauina and tta IBC af

- Tadav'a Cm..'

Chicago at New York J
Detrpit at Baltimore (N) 1 i
Cleveland atJWashington;;
, Yesterday' Results'

CniCBEO 01A nm nnn

New York' 100 200 invl

'.. C V .7

i Wilson ( 7-41 anlt

. Kucks (4-6, Grinv and Berra'

Cleveland 010 010 010-3 7 1
Washington 1 103 200 OOx 6 W 1

Mossj (4-t McUsh and Brown.
MObbS. l-ll V v and Fitn..u

Berberet. T .r 7 u?"JMJ

i (Night Game) V f

, vw 040 010-j g X
- 002 000 1036 10- 0

,,'Bunning (7-2), Lee' and'HoW f

, -ui.aon, ,ecareui, Lehman W
0) and Ginsberg,,, Triandoa. . )
' V (Night GtmiV
Kansas City 000 000,102 3 5 0
Boston," 2Q1 010 00X-4 JO O
'Morgan '(V-5) "and Smiths"'::! -Nixon
(5-3), Minarcin and White.

Detroit

Baltimore v

Marlboro Quintets

Battle For Basketball Lead

By HERBERT MOISI
' ..'" 1 t f .) fir
Marlboro and Panama. Clvaret.

tes .teama will battle for. tha, fi rat

place position in the Panama Pro Provincial
vincial Provincial Senior Basketball., League
tonight, at the-National G vm. With

just inree .weeks of play gone, the

iervor caused by tha top contend contending
ing contending teams is such that it aooean

wai nuu-season it already Here,

PresenUy, : Panama is leading
the pack with an undefeated sta status
tus status in three outings while the Co Colon
lon Colon Marlboro Reds have lost one

in toe tame amount of nmci.

Both teams won in their last ven

jures. ranama had to Overcome

a 17-point deficit in the last four
minutes of the game against Auro Aurora
ra Aurora de-Bassan whila Marlboro ra.

ea an 8-point deficit in the: first

nva minutes to go ahead to an ea
sy win over xGallito: -; '-.-v.

Several nointa of intt-f t

oe xeatured' in tomehfa contsat

First is the annearanee nf ithhu

Bermuaer, costs Rican, imported
by the Panama team. Bermudez

All-Slars

C.C.

ai Ml. Hope

Weather aarmltflna tomerow

levera and rerra af cricket will

be entertained at Mount Hope aval

when W. Blackmatr and hia all
star picked team, will cross bats

aalnat Excelsior C. C. Chempiene

1 The Atlantic Leatue.
W. Bleckman and hia cembina.

tien, are confident they will defeat

ma eiuft wtticn he wee a member

out Because e ma lea aa a

launch aoareter he did net take

part in the fames played.
- F el law ina e the list and names
ef Blackman's selection: W. Black
men (captain), W. lab,, P. Ap Ap-aleton,
aleton, Ap-aleton, R. Eaeelena, A. Dennis. C.

Brawn. Arhertov.. O. Marmi.

P. Bawan, A. Crltehlaw. S. Hewitt.
Game time: 12:30. j

1 ' ' ""
haa beea acelallned it onaaf tha
top j avert in the Caribbean Z
rea He waa aelected for the inter international
national international aelectionrodeca," team
r! 1?" 'A1meric,n countriet.
' Anotbm in.r..ti. ...

it.. uut.: ia

wa ona, defenta",-that Marlbo.
nX. d playin nd hustlingPa.
tV.?. rr?! b W to PMO-

there is- the distance, thooting of
?er.nd; ve r"entation of theVe!
Fwnando Tom and Anda Anda-fflio
fflio Anda-fflio Arosemena. Mariw. ..j nl

nam? retpecUve",; f

iS game mi be the nightcap
Of the : actuliiiai ,.ki.u" 'r

The onener n..,.""1!""0-

laagui conte,r : we" 5

LEAGUE STANDING"!.

Clg. P.n.mi '-"r r "lOM
Cig. Marlboro ; t ; r f ??2

cig; Gaiiito. g rv.J.
Cer. Balboa :rviri2;joo
Carta Vieja 1 .7 'XX?
Aurora da Batsane g'S

Vanify CrcvlfeavT

as

SYRACUSF 'N V rTrnV.

nell't unbeaten rit m.w .n

enter Saturday'! 55th IntercbHegi IntercbHegi-ate
ate IntercbHegi-ate Rowing. Assn. r e g a f t a tha ?
strongest favorite 'In th. .in .....

the ent haa been rowed an
Lake Onondaga. K'

Coach Stork Sanfbrdr eteraa
Huekies, stroked by Phil Gravink.
have never been beaten in thia
blue ribbon -crew-dassie. They
won the freshman title three veara

ago, ,ran away with- the varaity
three-mile race the past tw v-
and, this. year 11 other -eoachee

sav they can t ba r beaten mUd

their ahell ainka. ; ,, -,

.,M.:-S 25 14

Base in hall, fni mr.n

: ... ;

Brooklyn v 000 008 X

ixxu v ; eoe 001 u 2

E-Dark. Musial afcDerrlH nr.

nnis. Dark. 2b-Easka. 3b-Bai-

psme. SBjmou..s-Reeae. Musial,
Gilliam. DP-GUliam-Hodges; V. Mc
Daniel-SmKh -.MusiaL LOB -Brooklyn
, St. Louis BB-McDevitt 5,
iV. McDaniel. SO-McDevirt 2.
Bessent 1, V. McDaniel 4. HO-Me-Devitt
2-7, Beseent 3-L R. ER -McDevitt
1-L Beit 1-L WP-V Mc McDaniel
Daniel McDaniel LP-MtIeria (1 IK
- . v:::-v

To Bs &rn!n2di;-t
Exlenslvcly Today-;
- ST. LOUTS rUP Dm YhA,

Pttburrh first baseman and one
of the top hitters ia the National
League, will learn today Just how
serious aa era iahirv he rr-wA

during pre-game practice Wednes Wednes-dsv
dsv Wednes-dsv night
Dr. L C VOddJemia, club pliy pliy-slcfaa
slcfaa pliy-slcfaa ef the St. Lania Cardinala

said the eye epecUliat he called
in. Dr. Bea Milder, would dilate
FoBdy't left erc f0r a thorough
examination.
Foody suffered a fraerored
and facial bote. 'as well as the

hemorrhage te kit rrt when be

was struck by a ban thrown by
teiwmate Elroy Face.
!iMlema. said tat Tondv

rrobibiy wiH W tidtlmed for "a

couple af wttka."

L.

,.;A atory af a dangeraaa love and Us aftermath, van van-tea
tea van-tea sn order... f eijht desperau people trapped ta its
vtrian eb and af twe wba foand ia their trat ef earh
athr the rears re ta face a hate-ridden town. Till TAT TATTERED
TERED TATTERED DRKSS- overwhelming with aaddea anirpenie
raw with the realism ef life lUelf. See- Jeff. Chandler".
Jeanne Oain. Jack Carwm, Gal ReaeU, Elaine Stewart in
THE TATTrRrn DRESS- which OPENS ON vTEDNESDAY
21 AT THE CEATRAL,

A



Dick Mayer and his wife, Doris.

by

JOE WILLIAMS

v riFAL THAT HELPS.... Of the everal aeais compicwa o-

foro'toTbig-leagTie deadline the- one by wwcn w u""
Braves go? Red ffchoendiemt from, the Giant, li PW the
most liSlflcantMt could mean tti pennant. SchMnoUenst not

Dnlv tiIum" a chronic inlieid cavwy dui wva -.v

.300 stick Ufthe batting order. Moreover, e Braves gave w

nothing they neea, eoooy monwou na u.,;rr""::;

hit any more. Bay Crone is an u-conunB, jwaj'""";
Pernaps by i960 he'll be the toast of the "Frisco Giants.

LI.'. mTDT ti ni&ntii need hitting and, this

thev didn't gTreslith m run. scored, which piaini i why
Sey lose so many close ones. We cau't believe Horace SWneham
mrde the deal on a hunch. As a club owner he's too practical to
'5 1 that fust because two earlier deals wlththe Braves led to

nenn&ata he has hit upon a myswcauy uctesoiui uuiu, 2
jiennasw, ...iirnaunn than nennant hopes.

hSU Remember

Jiow he dropped Sal MagHe to'55? y,f?rv

ufai. THAT FUZZLES..'.. Some tf the "more festive Yankee-
aUkelvto m conventional retirement ached ached-'KSS
'KSS ached-'KSS L yl?Marto hV. been-traded to the Kansas City
Xor SuitcMe Simpson. To ;what extent the team w li b
n Sued I ii "the field remain, to be Been. It is no secret that toe
'f:0::?.-;. f noon Martin's not-cha tendencies

wtth hirh fvor and after the recent headlined copacabana
wa wgn vw, "a?;,rv,.r diii in which added

t a Yankee Must never fprgertnat ne is a rc ... ,.

' inkn.6r DEAL. .. No matter what he may say for pub-

lie consumption, Casey Stengel wasn't eusiasucaooutine
w,wmuiw confirmed stay-at-homes, it u

respect StaPnT.Blls less, but Martin's more. He
wSarkpPy"take"hargPe little guy who had a way of commu commu-.
. commu-. . f.rvn a hi teammates . and there

MseV ibettS S man on the roster. Simpson hits the long
JESJ S n t?J rfeht-fleld stand In the SUdlum ...

D"-i r.1,: vTHn..-,,, tangled uo in George Weiss rignt-

made tne aeav

Apparently the Yankees have de-
h' .... i fc Auk. .nil

run. the American League, it's ?wa

E?K Art mhto to Detroit
SdSiSK & e8 ftc? &dt San Toppln's flagrant and as-
a. 8 m Tiorridire the leaEue president, to go

imtr luVlake: aVdTt tolme Ume-encourage, to. Players to
jarap iu a Krowis oenaltv free. Plainly this is

At that, Harridge was

v 1 '-"i h.v- fined him for fining the

players. If the Yankees doa t n

to them.,- ; :

WrtmB PTJTTING... Prom all accounts toe semlwlndup
waStoxinTKtoi'finl

'Toi7n.hm Dick Mayer dropped a cumng iu-iooir
ittuy aUve toenDr. Csiey Middlecoff, came along and
Srdled NSrS toTiaS tore, hos to qualify for PlayofL
ill u. k u i 4n innrta thu Dreasure EOlf Mian

ber Gene sarazea years ago saying. .. "AX a time Uke mat you a
ther tight Dempsey." ; ';
'' "Lui i-MT TftftFAk Mr. Tits had had 24 hours to thiak
IWrASTrTOOFAK.... toi is ""Our horse (Bold Ruler)
l' itr w toat Vould be!- enthused the grand
too ... afPW -n-hte, floubt as to how such

. race would jad.7 ,V.'V . :.

'' (First ef two)
By HARRY GRAYSON

NEW YORK (NEA) Doris

Maver is an attractive little won

n who could be found, durine the

United States Open Championship,

walking; down the Inverness fair

ways outside tne ropes, witn we

rest of the gallery, a raincoat over
one arm. She watched closely as

her husband, Dick; lined up shots,

Sha'd bit her no as tne oau soar

el diwn the tairway. The she'd

tart walkins aaain.v

Doris Mayer was. you'd think,

just anocher professional golfer's

wile rooting tne meat ana po

tato aide of the family noma.

But with Dick and Doris Mayer

and the U. 8. Open, It was vastly

more tnan that, it was tne story oi

aa extraordinary ghotmaker hav-

inff nut back on Mi Dins by a worn'

an who wouldn t let turn quu. mere

were for example, lost weeks in

soutnern uaiuorma iasi winter,

Doctors told Maver he had ulcers,

"Thincs were going badly and J.

was su mixed up, ne says.

MAYER LOST ALL INTEREST

in the game he played so well, plap-

ed none at an. instead, ne piayea
the hores at Santa Anita, and

lound out that the old saying, "All

host olavers must die broke." was

perfectly true. Like' a lot of fellows

before aim. be attempted to orown

his troubles.,, ,, ,, s.

Finally there was the inevitable

return 10 his wife and two chil

dren in St. Petersburg. Fla.r in

March. y 1 k -"
Tm all through," Dick Mayer,
an underweight sick guy whose
stomach pained and hands shook,
told his wife.
It is in spots like this that a wife
takes over and Doris Mayer is all
wife. She took ber husband over
completely as manager, nurse,
campanion everything.
Doris Mayer couldn't lose faith.
She had too much to fight for. This
was a young man from a fine Old
Greenwich, Conn., family and a
nail hard tank driver wno loughi
for his country in World War II.
Mayer now was too weak to put
up much of a fight against it, and.
tne very next nay Doris had him
out for the St. Petersburg Open, al although
though although he hadn't competed in a
tournament in months. He bad to
pull out after two rounds, but it
was a starL;?,5v':;:7'';vl,.:,;;,( ;:
MAYER WAS A R ELUCTANT
combatant, but it was on to Semi

nole, where be had-a 36-hole total

of 146. Then it was Miami, where

newastftiro.-:--;H;

Dick's strength was coming back

and Doris 4-was feeding him tvlta

min pills and giving him grass and

dust snots, ne being auergic to
both. Then the Masters and an
eighth at Grensboro, a fifth at

Las Vegas and a piece of the mon

ey, in Lousviile. low he was com'

tag on. He was second in Fort

wortn, eigbtn at Hot Springs, tilth

at Greenbrier and in tne money u

ivansas .city. .:f?

And always mere was juoris

dragging Dick away from celebra

tors in locker rooms. His rounds in

the Palm Beach Bound Robin.- at

Wykagyl 72-69-70-65-74- showed

that Mayer was getting back on

his beautiful came, but ha still

lacked the missus' urge;

DICK PERSISTED HI wasn't

interested in tryinx to ouahfv for

the Open the next day at Metro

polis and xnouwood. But Doris a

gam rolled up ber, sleeves and
went to work. She packed her bus-

band off to bed and practically

snoved mm out on tne urst tee the

next morning. He finished as med

alist with Sam Snead. then took

his smooth swing to Inverness.

And at the end ef the U.S. Onen

Championship, there was Doris
Mayer's fight bsck.

FrickTo Consider

ExpEndLig Majors

tf TOM NELSON

PAIJAMA : AMERICAN

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CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!

WASHINGTON (UP) Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick dis disclosed
closed disclosed today be has called a spe

cial meeting -of minor leagur presidents-
to consider expanding the
major leagues.

He also said ue meeting would

take up the question of reclassi reclassifying
fying reclassifying some minor league teams
to higher status. I

Prick did not say bow many

teams he thought might be added
to the big lea rues. Nor did he

hint at what cities might get ni-j
jar league teams.

. mck niu tne aisciosure u

testimony to a House Judiciary
Subcommittee that is studying the
anti-trust law exemption of organ

ized basebalL

Prick has said previously that

there wifl be a third major league
in the foreseeable future.

Frick did sot ssy when or where
the meeting would be held. But
an side said It will be beld "with "within
in "within the next month."
Invited to the session. Prick
said,, were presidents ef the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast, Texss and Interna International
tional International leagues and the American
and Sontbera Associations.
Prick -said It would, "not be
easy" to work out any such ma

jor rerisioa organised bsse bsse-baQ.
baQ. bsse-baQ. But be said tba meeting
would take at least "preliminary
steps" to .do so.

Tne suocommiuee sue sched

uled testimony from Rep. Torbert

MacDonald (D-Mass) and Minor

League President Ceorgs Traut-

r

:y; v-h'i

4" I!

ciPQIMh 'Ai SPRUNC A filly foal by Pilot kicks up her heels beside her dam, im im-:
: im-: SdNT.Cinator,PonUM. Lexington in the blue grass country, The
0 baby seem to be saying that she-is so happy because fcer -sire won the 1947 Kentucky Derbv.

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L TWIN MUSCLE .The McKeever brothers work with a tennis shoe on the right foot to obtain
I more speed and power in the shotputting ring. Excelling in football as well, the 17-year-old
I identical twins of Los Angeles' ML Carmel High are the object of an Intensive scramble
L. among many colleges seeking their services. Winning coaches land, a, king-sized package

wii

Emily Posf Conies To Baseball :

Jackets 'Must' to Enter
Yankee Stadium Club

' 4

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By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK June 21 (UP-The
great American pastime passed in
to limbo today, crushed by a cum
merbund and annihilated by v an
ascot. S'fv '.'
From now on, gentlemen, Em

ily. Post is destined to become

more important in tne nits runs-and-errors
industry than the im immortal
mortal immortal chost of General Abher

Doubleday. Because the days
when you 'went to the ball game
in your shirt- sleeves are deader
than the Washington. Senators., v,

They are, at least, it you plan

to go to4 Yankee Stadium ;

Daniel Reed Topping, social' and
scientific leader of the Bronx 400
made this clear with an edict aim

ed at the carriage trade which
frequents bis plush, air-conditioned
saloon known as the Stadium
Club. Henceforth, jackets will be
de rigeur and those without themj
fittingly, will be given the bum's1

rush. ; '

No Hardship Cases
D.T., the tin plate heir with

the silver spoon, even refused to

colisider sportswnters as a hard

ship case. So they only have one

summer sports jacket, .on days'

when it's in the cleaners they must

not even use the corridors in the
vicinity of the club.

There is a suspicion nere mat

Topping, who hereafter must rank

as-the Sherman Biiiingsiey 01 tne

Bronx,' has hidden reasons in ad

dition to making a salon out of a
saloon. .' :
. For years, the rest of the Amer American
ican American League has been screaming
"Break up, the .Yankees." It being
the only major league team with
a major league farm club, this is
a difficult assignment So panl
(ossibly has decided to take' mat matters
ters matters into his own -hands on the
social level. ,
, v.l ''"''!' 'i
This, of course, jeopardizes most'
of the members of .the ball club
and they immediately become

trade bait. . .; ?
':i.fi'. y-'-'.i -r. i,i. -
t: .;,,Zine Miner's Son. .,. i,,
Mickey Mantle, now, is the son
of a zinc miner. Heavens- to BeU
sy, Bollingsworth, we just can't,
Keep him 1 ; w
Yoei berra's nater worked In a!

St. Louis brick vard. What will El-

sa think of that?;
Bog Grim's most immediate an ancestor
cestor ancestor is, horrors, the owner of a;
rot very chi-chi bistro in, oi aM
places, Brooklyn.
: Hank Bauer has 8ot to go. Tbev
man is t steam fitter, what ever ever-that
that ever-that is, in the off-season.
Meanwhile, D. T. and bis brain.
trust have a more pressing prob
lem. The question, Murgatroyd. is
whether It should be obligatory to(i
wear white tie and tails to night
games.
So dust of my tuxedo, Teresa;
I've got to cover the Yankees. But,
actually, I'm not really upset a'
bout the situation.
After nil vnu have to wear iao

kets in the Copa. t,

, EYES HAVE Y Ted Williams is crowding 39 and has played professional baseball for 2l
' years, but the Red Sox slugger still leads both major leagues in batting. Ballplayers stand
' and watch the greatest hitter. of his time in batting practice, but one of the sharpest pair of
" .eyes ever put in a man have as much to do with his terrorizing of pitcher as his swing.-

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Houses

FOR RINT:Comforrable tmll
furnished chalet $75. Good for
married couplo. 48th Street No,
25-B, Roll Vista. I fhon. J J-7251.
7251. J-7251. 1

FOR RENT: With or without
furniture, 4-bedroons residence,,
with la roe living wim, ore.
Beautiful yard in Golf Heights.
Call Panama 3-0899;

FOR RENT:-r Furnished hsiet,
2 bodrooms. $ t st St root No; 4,
Camp Aleare,. $65. Phone i-
', 2795. ''

I FOR RINTs---i-bodroom chalet.
Can ko toon Saturday afternoon
and all day Sunday 15th Strsot
No. 24, Paitilia. ; ... .W,.

FOR RENT: Soaviow duplex
chalet, three bedrooms, dining,
drawing room, Jarge kitchen.
Shower tub bath, hot water,
maid's service. Garage. All con
veniences, Phono 964, Colon.'

FOR RENT: -Nieo two-bedroom
chalet, just painted and ecreen ecreen-ed.
ed. ecreen-ed. in Paitilia. Phono 3-0082.

FOR RENT-2-b.droom chalet,
porch, swimming pool, electric!-
ty, $100. AtCorro Asul. Inquire
8th Street No. 9-30. Phone 2 2-2718,
2718, 2-2718, Quljano.

FOR RENT:-rJ-bedrOor ,chilttr
living-dining room, maid'sroom,
spaous garden, i fenced .land,
crooned, $125, Via Fernando de
Cordoba No. 4034. Inquire 8th
Street No. 5-30. hono 2-2718. ;
Quijano.

Resorts

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
boasb bouse. One anil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono lilbo 1166. :;

Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
satisffing vacations, "Santa
Clara lleach. Shrapnel's fur
nlshed houses, f horn Bilbo
1772.

' PHILLIPS Owamlde Cottagea
j Santa Clara. Bex 1SN Pane Pane-,
, Pane-, ma, R. do f. Phono Panama
a-1877, Crltob 1-171.

Rooit.iT

(Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern, furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT A throe-bedroom
. apartment, with two baths, Irv-jng-dining
room, kitchen, maid's
' room with own bath, waihtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
. For further details cad Panama
3-1292. CIA. DULCI0I0 GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N..S. A. ,u

FOR RENT: SpacidM two-bedroom
unfurnished apartment la
fine residential dicrriet, Riviera
Building. Call. Panama 2-1661
during; office hours.

FOR RENT: -t. Cool, furnished
apartment on Via Parras No.
120, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phone 3-5024.

FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Talophono
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.

TOR SALE: 2-bodroom apart-
mont, living-dining room, $60.
Screened. 56 olisario Perras. In Information
formation Information phono i. 2-2316. 3 3-0234.
0234. 3-0234. :

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Automobiles

.FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet 4
. door 6-cyU radio, hooter, plastic ;
peat covers, 'extras, excellent
condition, $1650. Call 5-360
after 7 p.m. ''"

FOR SALE 1950 Ford 4-door
sedan, economical 6-cyl. engine,
Nooks new $425. Balboa .2-1515.

FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 4-door.
radio, Fordematic, 24,365 miles.
: one owner, excellent condition,
one owner,. excellent- condition,
5358 Msgoon, Diablo. Phone 2-4443.

, FOR SALE: 1953 'Cambridge"
Plymouth sedan, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, duty paid Bargain priced.
Phono 3-7043.

FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Hard Hardtop,
top, Hardtop, now tires, battery, good con
dition. 2-1872.

Miscellaneous

.TIFFIN FILTER, "50 off list.
Internetionel Jewelry, 155 Cen Central
tral Central Ava.

FOR SALE: 300 pro-Colombian
bateas, Indian motifs. Only for a
week. 4tb of July Avenue No.
1440. .'

FOR SALE: -Piano $J75, radio
(3-speed phono $35, II cu. ft. S
refrigerator $140, gas stove $70.
; washer $55, water heater $20,
8mm. movie camera $35. Owner
lee ving-. Panama.- Phono. Panama
3-4680.

FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier
puppies, pedigree, $50. If. Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces, Phono 84-6276. If.
C.Z. Phono 274-6276.

FOR RENTi 2-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. House. No, 45, -Avtnida
Joso Fee. do la Ossa, above "Pa-,
nama Auto." Also one large de deposit.
posit. deposit. For details see Do Castro,
No. 24, Av. "B."

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath rooms,
hot water. Phone 2-2504.

FOR

RENT: 1 -bedroom apart-
living room, dinino room.

All conveniences. 84th Street
No.; 96, .Belisario Porras San
Francisco 1 Phono 3-21 38.

FOR RENTt Beautifully fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished cool spacious 2-bedroom
apartment. Easy washing ma-'
chine and dryer. Top floor of 2 2-apartment
apartment 2-apartment house. Campo Alsgre.
Phone 3-5024.

FOR RENT 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, service room and balcony.
Victoria House, II Cangrejo. Call
1-7131.

FOR RENTt fumrshed reem,
independent tarvico ;B entrance.
Chile Ave. and 8ria St root No.
18-04 fgnama.-.

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FOR RENTi E legant room room-apartment,
apartment, room-apartment, eompletely Independ Independent,
ent, Independent, (on person onry) Via Es Es-M&.
M&. Es-M&. Phono 3-4841.

FOR RENTt Lew eeet rooms
and apartment in new modem
building. Next to Canal Zone.
End of 27th West Street. Reedy
' by Jury Stat; Inquire at Quijano,.
Bth Street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.

Commercial Sites

l FOR! RENTr Site for office,
I $100. lost bb) 22nd Street No.
j 24-72. Inquire Sth Street No.
! 5-3 B. Phone 2-271$, Qul)sno.

Hom-and-Daughler
talk To Spell Fate
Of Runaway Coupls
WApHINQTON, June M (UP)
Thej future of the troubled

teen-ige romance between a
Swedish diplomat's daughter

aaa ner naadsome Capltorpage
boy hinged today on the out outcome
come outcome of a mother-and-daughter
talk.
v
7rtty lB-year-old Cnrlatlna
Wenaerstrom and lS-year-old
Huw Wllnami 'were back with
their mothers again after a two two-week
week two-week Canadian "honeymoon"!
. without benefit of clergy. Police
had searched for them In 13

tates.
Christina returned from the
arms of her sweetheart to the
arma of her mother Thursday

alter the runaway teenagers were
arrested on a speeding charge
ear William sport, Ps Christina
carried a huge teddy bear.

Be Christina ami Haw
wore wedding bands, bait final,
rr adsnltted they were not
married. Tfcey said a rosnty
eltrk i Chartea Town, W. Va
nfaswd (Tvc then a mar mar-tiage
tiage mar-tiage lieeaae becaaa tbey were
taw yevng.

FOR RENTi Apartment, 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, livme-dinina. room. fur.

nisheL $70. Light, gas and tele- -4

phena Included. Sabanas No. 1
l7XTtTnquir, Bth Street Noi
5-30. Phono 2-2711, Quiiano.

FOR RENTr Apartment 1 bed bed-rem
rem bed-rem living-dining room, $75.
44th Street East N. 22, "Flori "Florida"
da" "Florida" Building. Inquire Sth Street
No. 3-30. Phone 2-2718, Quija-

FOR SALE j 1953 Plymouth 2.
door, 4 now tires. Call Amador
5287. Price $750.

FOR SALE-Bargain, 1949
Oldsmobile, good condition. A A-mericait
mericait A-mericait owner. Phono 3-7387.

.FOR SALE-1955 Ford Fairlane
V8 with Wsw tires, radio, back,
up and directional lights,iinder lights,iinder-coatad,
coatad, lights,iinder-coatad, 2 doors, 2-tono green
Cal Csl. 4180, duty hours or
Panama 2-4119. .,

FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Station Wagon, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, $900 or bast offer, Phono
Panama 3-4736.

FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan. Phone Balboa 2670.

FOR SALE -1952: Ford Victoria
V-8r 2-tonei: radios- overdrive,
good tires, Phone 84-4147.

FOR SALE: 1 954 Chevrolet 2 2-tono
tono 2-tono 210 Series, ww tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, $1000. House
0908 Amador Rd. Phono 2-;
3686. 'V

FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Special
Conv., dynaflow, 13,000 atoat
milest duty paid, meter like newW-

ractary installed Continental kit.

rear seat speeker. leather

covers, radio, wsw, front and
roar rubber, floor mats, 2-tono.
Leaving for States. Best offer
over $2300. Call 2-4795, ask
for Dick. Double antenna In rear.

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FOR RENTt Uedreem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, specious living dining
room, garage, hot water. Building
recently built, J Street No. 2. El
Cangrefo. Inquire Bth Street No.
5-30. Phone 2-2718, Quijano.

FOR RENTt Apertments, one
bedroom, living dining room,
building hast built, hot water In Installation,
stallation, Installation, $70. 3rd Street, Pero Pero-jil,
jil, Pero-jil, opposite "Cologio Javier."
Inquire 8th Street No. 5-30.
Phono 2-2718, Quiiano.

FOR SALE: Late 1955 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet Hardtop Sport Coupe, yel yellowivory,
lowivory, yellowivory, pewerglide,. red) e,
wswt,- excellent condition,
only 11,100 miles,' specially pric priced
ed priced $1825. May be financed.
Phono Balboa 4352 after 5 p.m.

FOR RENT: Beautifully fur fur-wished
wished fur-wished modem 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment in Cangrejo. Jury 1 1 -October
15. Call 3-6901.

FOR RENT: APARTMENTS.
Now concrete building corner of
50th and 12th Streets, Paitilia.
F. ICAZA Y CIA.r Juste Arese Arese-mone
mone Arese-mone Ave.

FOR RENTt Beautifully and
completely furnished studio a a-partments.
partments. a-partments. All utilities included.
Call 3-3884. 3-1409.,

Swedish press attache

Uadgren told newsmen the fu future
ture future of Christina' "relationship

with the boy will be left p to
Christina and the American au authorities
thorities authorities after she ha talked It
an evt with her mother."

Victini Of Cancer

Celebrates 78th
Year Of Marriage
SARASOTA, Fla, June 22 (UP)
John D. Adams. 99. returned to

his hospital bed yesterday after
spending his 78th wedding anni anniversary
versary anniversary with his wife, also 99.

Adams,' active until last Novem November
ber November when he became bedridden
with cancer, told hospital authori

ties I want to go home and see
mama.' and badgered them for

two weeks.

Tbey consented to allow him to
return home on his anniversary

Thursday.
His frail wife wept with happi
ness at the sight of him.

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE; Save money. Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12",
.They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco fr Alfarerla, S.A.,
Via Espena No. 37-48. Phono
3-0160.

Home Articles

..: FOR SALE: Chinese hook rug,
V 9x12, maroon color with floral
. design $40. Phono 2-3325 a.
boa.,; -'J s W;k:&&&h?i :;,ty:trf.j-?

FOR SALE: Wesfinghouso elee
; trie ice box In perfect condition.
i l!5V Cn cn under
; hous. 0772-K, Williamson Pl.t.,r
Balboa. v

FOR SALE: Gas atova, beds,
. chairs, bookcase, cheat of drawj"
efs, tables, record-player at bar bar-!
! bar-! gain prices. Phono 3-7043- i

5ALf JT"a dloom
table with 6 chair and dishes
Kla-' mi,ei 'ielea. House i
5364 Magun St., Diablo. Balboa

FOR SALE: Swiss violin com complete
plete complete with case, good condition;
child's tricycle large. Reasonable
price. Phone 3-6779 Panama.

FOR SALE.- Baldwin Acrosonle
piano In good condition. Phono
3-3382 after 2 p.m.

FOR SALE: Items of club fur fur-nituro'
nituro' fur-nituro' located at. Fort Kobbe
N.C.Ov Club. Bids will bo accept accepted
ed accepted until 1200 hrs.

Be Owner of Your Own Home
with only $12 One 3-bodroem
home,' completely furnished with"
a. .1957 Chevrolet automobiles
one 2-bedroom kiiw.

furnished d one 1957 Opel,
Ajcekord Olympia automobile are

the three prises of the Grand
Raffia re- raise tundi for the No Notional
tional Notional Sanctuary of the Immacu Immaculate
late Immaculate Heart of Mary to play in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the drawing of tha
National Lottery an Sunday, July
:7JAk for Marina. "2-0740 dur during
ing during office hour and 3-2823 any
time fori any of these num.
?&fMr' 4665 466. 00,
0904, 0905,; 0907, 0908, 0909,

THErRI LIVING DOLLSf DOCS.
mear Chihuahuas nuff mmA

-Also 'twia. TOT FOX, TERR IEfT

ilpJii:i..df FAITH ,1

"'"TOP KENNELS, i
1 1B -ml. out Tranfcr Hiway "tq

SERVICES

, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BX 1211. CRISTOBAU CX 1

The, news, sports, variety music

in your nouse on a RENTED TV 1

you can afford. Call 2-2374.

PANAMA" 1.4616 IS THE
NUMBER TO CALL FOR FAST,.
EFFICIENT TELEVISION SERV SERVICE.
ICE. SERVICE. Call before 7 p.m. for same
day service. Local calls $2.50.
' Also radio, hi-fi and general
electronic repair. r

The bast dinners and drinks
re served in our modern air-'
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Intarnacional "Pla "Pla-'
' "Pla-' id S da Ma ye. "

Domestic Employment

WANTED, Maid, must speak
some English. Apply House 35,.
Apt. 6, 82nd Street, Carrasquilla,

WANTED: 'Responsible maid
for general housework. Must un understand
derstand understand little -of cooking. No
.laundry. Livp in. Applyi House'
No. 0257. Apt. B, Gamboa. C.2..

MAID WANTED:- Must apeak
some English.; Apply House 35,
Apt. 6, 82nd St., Carrasquilla.

LEARN EiALLROOMj Dancing
Adult Teenager v Preteens
Balboa ,2-4239. Harnett and
1Donl!:. ... i i'. ;

Loam Spanish with' Mr. Rome Romero'
ro' Romero' Conversational System, be beginners
ginners beginners and advanced pupil.
Lessons: Mornings, afternoon,
." and evenings. 4th of- July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T-l-352, in front of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Height. t

.WANTED TO.BUY: )2-in. 25 25-,
, 25-, cycle electric ,fart. Phone Balboa
-2-3373. ,,,

5t

FOR SALE: Outboard motors
12-hp. Erto, 25-hp. Johnson.
Both excellent condition, Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono office 12-3167, home
84-2139.

FOR SALEt 40-ft. former Army
J Boat, fully equipped, (diesol
power). Call 2-3578.

TRANSP9RTES BAXTER, S. K
Packers Shipper Morose
Phone 2245 1 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fr Jamping Oaeses daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phoao 2-2451

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JLH RIDGE
General Aeent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL ra&ama t-S5l

LEGAL NOTICE

- NOTtCK OP SALC
Kotiee Is hereby siven, that purauerrt

to aa Order oixtwd by the Mf ct the

United States Dtttrtet Court for tha Ca

BufO net. Zone, the tmocssisneel Aeaniruetra Aeaniruetra--
- Aeaniruetra-- itrtx M the tsute oi James Parsons

K a sua. Qicril. wlU recarve tnaa fee
the oale M the followlnc OMcribae pro property
perty property befcmsmc to mid estate:
1 Share stack. Brazos Brook Oufc.

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EXPERT TRAVEL
, ARRANGEMENTS
Fidanque Travel Service
Tl. Pan. 2-1661

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estate

Howrrer." Lladtrrea said he be-i

neTeei cnrtsUna rouid atree to
retora to 8rede for the msnt

MmnA mHm. i,v to. 27. IMaMo IWtrhsa. CI

"rr, "i; '":iir ," m later that

xiuw wj niu. ner isuirr, o .as" ear at June iwn.
sxrnnfiy opooee4 ber BJarrtafe'. Th o

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ttgj ai-ttgj has retorne to evecies

AOmraarlretris.
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OAPT. CARLETON K. MOTT,
iISN, is the new deputy chief
of staff of the Caribbean
Command, succeeding; Col.
Robert At, May. USA, who re returned
turned returned to the United States
earlier this month. Mott came
to the Zone last week from a
three-year assignment as in instructor
structor instructor at the Industrial Col Col-leg
leg Col-leg in Washington.

Ava Told To Prove

legal Residence
For Mexico Divorce
MEXICO CTTT, June 22 (UP)

Ava Gardner's divorce from
frank Sinatra ran Into a lenl

ana; here when the court ruled

sne naa not proven she had es established
tablished established kt;ai residence la Mex

ico. .
't. -
Judge Agustia Esplnosa de la
Pena refused to accept the ac actress'
tress' actress' divorce petition until she
submits papers showing she is
entitled to sue for divorce in
Mexico.
-- -. -.. j
Miss Gardner's attorn fr. who

claims ahe established residence

earlier this year while filming

the movie version of The San

Also Rises," was act, available
for commeaf

The actress -sued Sinatra .for

divorce last week oa grounds of
desertion and roeatsj cruelty.
Her attoney Armando Araojo
ValdiTia, said thea an could re receive
ceive receive a decree l a matter of
days if the action went uncon

tested..

Its. Una comedian 'Walter CT-.Ii-

rt was expected to become iLM
Gardners next tiiiband.

Army Requiremenb

To Allow

MoreReenlislmenls.

The Department of the Army,
by maklne'certaiii exmntinn tn

uieuiai auanrication ir, nrpaant

eouuawiien.;..: poucies, will now
allow, morfrj ln-servlce personnel

u rceuiuit.m ine Reirn np Armv

Headquarter U.S Army carib-

oeaa said recently. ;;
As stated in chano-n'? tYt-an

601-210, personnel In grades? E-4
and above may apply for reen reen-listment
listment reen-listment by scorina; t least on

on one of the Army aptitude area
te8tS. ., , :;

Previously, nersonnel r n

glble for reenUstment by scoring

o .vi uciuer on me Armea Forc Forces
es Forces Qualification Text (afoti a.

"j uibb.iuK a auure 01 at jpa.tr. on

on three of the eight aptitude

aic tests aanunistered to Armv

' 1 s
Personnel' wih; ten. i or more

years' services reKardl'esa of rank.

rw ibv ,eugjDie to reeniist un under
der under the 1 WlicT"Chantr! nrovidMl

th-reullstment laAcorrimpnrir-

by .their unit commander ana taK1

approves, fcy vtha next higher
headquarters., Personnel taking
tests for reenllstment must also
obtain this recommendation and
approval before applying through

jjeparimeni of tne Army.
As In the past, enlisted ner'

sonnel applying for reenllatment
after separation, from present

tours oi auty must score 3r or

Dewier on ing ATQT to be eilgl

V

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WJSPHJ Henry L. Gordlllo ofke Joshua

-nacii Mallol

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friBhti 1 advertising mn., 1 ""'.""ZL "f ."

leavo, "thar. Tafhrnn rVMih 17 Twlfi' roiwuia Aiuwicaa. ,rne wenzei party wiu
leave th Isthmus tonight. Wenzei ls a travtflinir. salesman for ineabloe.: nrt iHr-n nrMont

of the. company which makes watch works shoe tfi&StoST. "P ,mna TIT

iwpitjtuiaiif t vi. nii.uu.jc ugavui ruiidnid loninni

AftertltocalnTalksOii 10$ 0&&amim

William

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON ChrUUnk

wennerstrom; the 18-year-old
daughter of a Swedish diplomat
who ran of f to Canada with her

senate page boy sweetheart

r we Old not want to lose each

other. I told him all the trouble

ne would get Into, but he said,
Oh, it doesn't matter.

FARGO. N.D. The Rm ICarl

senrader, a Lutheran minister
on the destruction of a Roman

Catholic, convent by a tornado;

-11 was a weird scene. Several

nuns came out of the wrecked
building carrying the injured
and holding them until the ar arrival
rival arrival of ambulances."

VIENNA VS. air attache!

Weiwya r. Dallam, on his expul

sion by the Communist Hunga

rian puppet government for pho

tographing military objects;

I cannot say much .011 the

Hungarian charges presently. In

any case, they are ridiculous."

MANOR YILLE, N.Y. Dr. Jo

seph Kris, on a $1,500 bill for

administering to 7-year-old Ben.

ny Hooper, who was rescues arter

nearly 24 hours at the -bottom of

well shaft:

"My time is worth about $30

aa nour. it's like the old cartoon

A doctor la an angel when he's
performing ; his services, but. a

devil when he sends the bUi

salesman for Incabloc, a watch'

xuo&iug cviyura.un, leaves Man Manama
ama Manama tonight- after a short stop stopover
over stopover here. -
. Weasel; accompanied by- his
wife and Henry A Gordillo of
the Joshua Powers 'advertising
consultants li New York," is on a
tour of eight Latin American
countries, wenzei la'Vlce-presl-
deikt-Vlf t.Via prtmnanv nrVttrtK

makes watchwo'rks shock ab-

, Dozens of his products could be

put in a tnimble without seri'
ously inconveniencing a -finger.

Incabloc ias basically a. shock
absorber, but- lt Is not an ordi

nary- one. Aa an invention of the

carry 1930's in Switzerland. in

cabloc was accepted by the

watchmakers because of its bas

lc simplicity. Incabloc guards the

sensiuve heart beat of the

watch. Any activity, movement
or vibration of the arm reaching

tne neart or a time niece would

shock it minutely touch parts if

incaoioc s live precision-made

commented that the thumb-nail

to intercept the blow.

Local viewers of Incabloc. the

traveling -mighty- mite' of mechanlsmwhich the end of tne axis is set

wiuuicuveu iiuib we wiumD-nau 1 witn vtne tip or the axis flush a-

WASHINGTOJf president

Elsenhower, cautioning young
Republicans against pessimism
in their future political battles:
"No pessimistic general ever
won a battle. There Is enough
pessimism In fights without the

leader snowing it." ...

Ike Eals Fishcakes

7ilh4060Pslerjr
Talks Abouf Troiil
.... ... f .'v : f-
WASHINOTON. June 21 fUP)

President Eisenhower at fish-;

cases with 40 Republican con

gressmen and talked about the
budret and trout fishing- at a

White House breakfast yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. -- ',i p .-' ; j

It was the third' Informal

jslzed model looks so simple they

wonaerea wny Heie, Hocke, Tam Tampion,
pion, Tampion, Goddard, Dennison or oth other
er other watch : making inventors did

not think of it long before 1932.

- Some 90 million Incablocs have
been produced; and now are be

mg turned out at the rate of one

and a -half million a month to

nd their way to B'Tlssot, an
Omega or other fine watch. Ev

ery -watch equipped with the
mechanism uses two Incablocs,
one .on, either end of the axis on
which, the balance wheel pul pulsates.
sates. pulsates. f.'. t v.-1 .. ..
- Within a fine steel cup-like
housing is a ; pierced ruby Jn

gainst the outer edee of tha m

by. Capping this rubv. and laro-.

er: still, so that its edges nearly
touch thef housing is another
tuby: '. ''t'j-.y v .:-v:

- Over this Is 5i the Ivrn-Hka

spring of Incabloc which has tha

faculty awarded by nature to

some agile, insects or reptiles

wnicn seem to W able to move
sideways, up. 'doww, 1 forward or

backward all t ithe same In
stanL-i XZi.'&-'fX '" "c-:l

.. Wenzei. who Visited here with

his wife Jean and two assistants,
expects to -establish his center

of Latin American promotion In

Mexico.

Ike Let v Disa rma menl Cf;
Out; Of ; BagjSouroSay

A few hour later, after British
and French officials had express-i

ed confusion at 'the President s

clarifying"' statement. White, 'p!:

THE BEST
GARBAGE CAIli
. art mad fey
PANAMA SHEET
METAL WORKS

breakfast meetlne; the President' doI.cv

uciu ivr uvir nvuse mem members.
bers. members. This moraine:, as at the

others, Elsenhower moved from

table to table, ennglnf his
guests In a variety of subjects.

chiefly his legislative program.

in addition to fishcakes, the Mouse rres Secretary

congressmen 'had bacon, ggs.

toast, coffee and fruit Juice. ,:

Rep. Bern. f. Jensen flowa)

reported later that the President

"Cldnt seem too dlsWrbed at
(what Congress has done In re-i

' dudng the budget." He said tts- CHICAGO, June 23 (UP) Sol

ennower -recognise tne ract reuerstein, 47, an insurance col col-that
that col-that It Is the duty of members lector has a hard time keeping

or oongrets to exercise their ahead la hi work. He has been

and an Implication lo that effect

was "not intended." v,
U. $. disarmament delegate Ha Harold
rold Harold E. Stassen referr-rl tn. tha

President's press conference when

ne spoke at the London disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference yesterday. He

quoted Eisenhower's statement

taat the latest Soviet disarmament
proposal, which included a call for
immediate suspension of nuclear
tests, are a hopeful sign.

Would-Be Rescuer :

Of Boy In Clslera
Overcome BytGas
' NASHVILLE,' Ten tu. June 22
(UP- A boy fell in a Cistern fer-ro

and four persons who sought to
rescue him were overcome by fa

sutemerrt, the White House issued enU!e, 9 cistern on

LONDON; June 22 (UP) 1- Au

thoritative sources here said today

President Eisenhower let a west

ern disarmament cat out of the

bag in his press conference re

marks on the suspension of nu

clear weapons tests.

The United States, accordine to

tne sources, is oreDared to aus

pend nuclear; tests temporarily

out nas not yet won, complete ap approval
proval approval from its allies on the de details
tails details of the proposition. .. ..'

ViunluiiM. lK. m w

ence Wednesday, indicated the U

nited States is willing to suspend

the tests without a prior ban on

the production of fissionable ma

terials for nuclear weapons." Such

prohibition had been one of the

keystones of western disarmament

James

Harerty declared the President

''did not announce any new policy

Robbery No. 6

-wert

own good lodgment''

, jeaae, . member or the
House Appropriations Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, d frequently at odds with
RsenhoweT. eama away from
the breakfast aayig "he's a
great guy."
j "He always seems "willing to
' give member of centres the
prtvllere cr votine iheir convic convictions
tions convictions and stui suyir.g In the
President's good grace,' Jtnten
si.14 "

1 robbed six times In the past

year, the last time Tuesday
sight.-..

Americon ScCTCtary-
Aaille erwinos. txcollevt
aaaVaaBBBiBBBBBBaft&afeBA Vaaao, aaAM.AA
rroa""Pr '""TP f m rr,f
Please vrire to Apartaoo 5275,
tetetoto Jaoro Arosoisea. Paa Paaama,
ama, Paaama, N raroroarei.

rouce aaia two oersans.

.

snown 10 oe aeaa.r 4 .
Ralph Lewia-wJusms, 11, the
boy, was one of the- dead. James
Hogue, a neighbor, was the other
victim. - .-.-a
A fireman wearing a gas mask
finally pulled the boy's body and

we otners out. two ether firemen
were hospitahied. They" were iden identified
tified identified as Capt. Louie Linger and
John E, Ward. '.
rire deparient officials' said
they received a call today that a
boy 'las fallen into a well" in
a Negro residential area.

&ei ore the fir men could eo to

rescue they rrt mother call

saying somebody eU ad fallen
in. ;
Firemen said the by" fell in an
"old cistern which was Liled with
garbaee."
Neighbor said Ho rue wnt to
the aid of the boy when he UU
la and was everc&ir. by (I jss.

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BEADING THE NEWS Seven Of the 14 California! Communists accused of conspiring to
Advocate the violent overthrow of the government read a telegram In Los Angeles telling of
the Supreme Court decision that five of them can go free and the other nine must get a
new trial. Left to right, seated: Frank Spec tor, Henry Steinberg, Mrsy Rose CheminKus CheminKus-nitz,
nitz, CheminKus-nitz, Mrs. Dorothy Healy Connelly and Frank? Carlson. Standing: Phillip Connelly and Ben
Dobbs, Phillip Connelly, Steinberg, Mrs. Kus nita and Spectof were among the five ; that
were acquitted. .

Oriental Flu Hits

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Atlantic Fleet

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In Panama nil tresent; Is

Henry L. Gordlllo, Secretary of
Joshua- .B, Powers, Inc.r U. 8.
representative of Thai Panama
American, ,. ;:; ,v,:..;
lOordlllo Is on a tour of Cen Central
tral Central and South' America In the
capacity of publicity .advisor to
WUllam o. Wenzel,; vice-president
' ofjithe well-known firm
Incabloe Company of New York. 1
makers of watch' ahock ab ab-orbera.,......
orbera.,...... ab-orbera.,...... ,.,.;,

reather Or Not!

JTMs wsthr rMrt for the
34 hour ndinf I a.m.' today,
ir rOMrorf by tho Motoorolo.
Steal ind Hydiortphle ranch
of tho onama Canal Company:

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NEWPORT E.I.,-June 22 (UP)
A virus influenza sweeping the
Far East bas broken out i among

men of the Atlantic Fleet destroy

er force here, the Navy disclosed

yesterday.....' a ,:, 1
. About 550 sailors aboard eight

shins have come down with the

Oriental flu. However. Navy offi

cials said the figure represented

on v 2 ner cent of 27.500 men.

The Navy termed the outDreaxs

"mild'.' and said the influenza was

detected early this month. Off!

dais said there was no immedi

ate plan for quarantine measures

unless health authorities aeem u

necessary. 4 j

The disease is marked by severe

headaches. lever .UD to .104 oe-

ereea chine muscles and genet''

al 'lassitude. Duration is usually

from three to four days.
"The virus first broke oiit fa

Northern China in JanuSry and
for the next three months spread

as far south as Canton and, Hong

Kon. 'Other -Far Eastern coun

tries, including Japan and India,

havo had thousand of c a s s,

However, few fatalities have been

reoorted.

Militai t transports docking at

California ports have ilso reported
virus influenza. There were -96
cases aboard the liner President
Cleveland during a crossing from
Manila to San Francisco. V

Naw officials here said that

throuirh laboratbrv testa forward

ed to Washington, u.u. "ine uu
virus was determined to be the

tame tvne as is spreading through

Asiatic countries and the West

rnant al the United States."

The outbreak was not expected
to affect naval operations out of
Newport, authorities a i d. The
U.S.S. Barry suffered the first
cases after arriving from Boston
June 1. Every- man stricken re

covered. V

othM thins reDorting imiuenza

atients were the U.S.S. M. J.
lanuel. S. B. Robert, Van Divier,

Yosemite.and Stockham, Feasen Feasen-den
den Feasen-den and Greenwood. k

The Navy said it was not Known

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how personnel aboard the Barry
contracted the virus.
"No personnel from the Pacific

coasi areas or me racinc f leet
had been board the U.S.S. Carry."

the Navy said. "Thus it is assum assum-ec
ec assum-ec that the Barry crew sufferers

were infected ashore either in the

Newport or Boston areas, either

by nava personnel or civilians.

In Boston, the Massachusetts

Public Health Department said it

naa received no reports of virus

influenza. ,

12nd JfEAB

' PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1957

FIVE CENTS

60 Students

To Get PC
i t 1 ' r
Summer Jobs

Five Million

(Continued from Pao 1)

fanfare, the appointment of a spe-

otateommiUee-on alcohol prob'
lemSf It was stated that this com

mittee would- act aa a central co-

uonwide scientific i assault on the

uiiauivea prooiems 01 aiconousm.

The committee'a nrineinal mrH.

vity to date has been to nartl

out modest research aranta from

lunaa provmea ny tne licensed bev-.

57 fiscal year, it supported 14 pro projects
jects projects totalling $38,300. The commit

tee nas not met for more than i
year. It: has at present no chair.

man, no staff, and no plans for the

imuro,

Tharo Is, howavor, anorhar pr.
vftLy "PPortod orfanization
which:. thaws promts of dolna
for alcoholism what tho National
Foundation far Infantile Paralys Paralysis
is Paralysis naa done for oolia. ami

tho National Haart

has done for haarf disease.

MEMPHIS, Tenn June

(UP) Motorist have begun to

heed the homemade alga of a

volunteer kiddie natrol which

warn, of "Children At. Play,"

"Slow," and ,"Stop Tho aharp aharp-eyed
eyed aharp-eyed kiddles jot down license

numbers of those who don't obey
the signs, and turn them over to
traffic ponces

It la called the tfatinn.i

on- AlcohoUsm, Inc. Its national
neadauarteri ara mt r.. im.j

5a..Nfw York,'. Bd h" Jocal

uu" au pana of the coun country.
try. country. Its director! inrliuls m.

?fi V,ttopl.h',iciII n' Psychia-

-m uie nation wbo have been
actively interested in alcoholism.

v..i s aiuwcu goal IS tO
arouse public oninin aiuf mhii.

If-'Juu ctin lnst alcoho.
?' Vitli Jery Umited budget,
it has so far had ttt rnnfi.

tivities primarily -til nilhlia awia i

a L1 B0W to expand
rta work to include research and
treatment facilities. It hm.

(l, more in

ui imuri, ; V ft ....

Eleven permanent employes, one

ot tnem trom the United States,

and 60 student assistants who, will
be employed during the summer

vacation months,' joined the Canal

organization during the first two

weeks in June.

The student assistants included

26 college students who are at

tending school during the winter!

both in the Canal Zone and in the
United States. The other 35 are

Canal Zone high schoool students.

in addition to the students. 1 14

employes 'Were hired on a part part-time
time part-time basis by the School Division,
Service Center and the Library.
These positions include lifeguards.

ushers, library assistants, and re

creation assistants.

The new employe from the U-

nited States was Dr. Harold Mon Mon-dragon.
dragon. Mon-dragon. who arrived hero from

New. York recently to assume his
new duties with the laboratory at

uorgas Hospital.

New employes hired locally in

cluded Joseph M., Corso.' William

H. Rogers and George ij. Scoggin,

locks security f atroimeen; 1 Mrs

Billie J. Gross, Mrs. Loxio M. Lan

don and Mrs. Ernestine W. Wil

liamson, ataff nurses- with the

Health Bureau; and Luis Hooper.

wireman in the Electrical Dm

uion. i '

Employes who joined the Canal
organization this month but .who

had been employed previously by

the Canal were Bernhuda F. Jen

sen and Judith J. Williams, staff

nurses at Gorgas and Robert J

Thompson, Sr., Machinist in the

Industrial Bureau, ; v

Supreme Couri Extends Term

To Consider

Girard

WASHINGTON. June 22 (TlPi

The Supreme Court aereed

yvsfceraay to examine the Wil

liam S. award manslauehter

ease and fixed July & for argu

ments.

In so- doing, the court extend

ed .Its current term, which was

scheduled to end next Monday,

7, ine court issued a brief order

arter its customary Friday con

ference which lasted about five

hours today. Only the Justices
attend such conferences.

Both sides in the cas had

appealed last Tuesday's decision

inf which Federal District Judge
Joseph C. McGarraghy barred a

Lose

Japanese triar for Girard but :

permitted the Army to retain
him in custody.; The court ac

cepted both appeals for review.
Girard was accused of the fa

tal shooting of a Japanese worn

an jas January on -a gunnery

range usea jointly ny U.8. and

Japanese troops.

f The high court' allowed four

hours for the arguments, to be

equally divided. The customary
time is only one hour for each

aide. 1 r

The court also instructed .at

torneys1 for both Girard and the

government to file briefs on or

Truman To Turn Over Gifts

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TOKYO, June (UP) Some

300 leftwlng students today
marched on Metropolitan Police

Headauarters to demand the re

lease of four leaders arrested
during yesterday' anti-Ameri-r

can- demonstrations at the U.S

Embassy. '

The students had massed in

front of the American Embassy,

shontinsr demands for the "sur

render" of Specialist Sc William

.Girard. and carrying placards

accusing the United States of

trying to "steal" Okinawa and

planning to bring nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons into Japan..

Four of the leaders were ar

rested after an attempt to storm

the Embassy was halted by nu

merically-superior police force.
Five of the demonstrators were
permitted to enter tho Embassy
to deliver 'a petition demanding

among other things that Girard
stand trial before a Japanese

court on manslaughter charges

in the shooting of a Japanese
woman on a U-8. firing range.

Police took the arrested men

to police headquarters followed
by the other demonstrator. The

students refused to- disband and

spent the night in a nearby park

This morning, they marched
on police headquarters but were
halted by a solid rank of police

men. The students stamped their
feet and shouted insults at the

Impassive officers.

WASHINGTON. June 22 fUPI

Former President Truman ,an

nounced yesterday he would turn

over to the government between
$250,000 and $500,0000 worth of

gifts he received while in the

White House.

He said he "decided to let the

government .have the' presents

because "ir I hadn't been presl

dent I wouldn't have received

them." -

He disclosed his plans while

testifying before a House Admin.

lstratlon subcommittee in nun-

port of a' bill 4o put the papers
of 23 former presidents in better

shape at the Library of congress

and to copy them all on micro
film mat- j t

Truma noted with a Erin that

he was "not here In my usual

controversial capacity." But he
was ready to comment on any

and all controversies thai re reporters
porters reporters asked him about during

his visit to the Capitol.

As usuaL Trumaa, 73. was

early, arriving a half hour be before
fore before the time for his testimony.

While waiting, Jie chatted with
old friends, ; greeted well-wish

ers,' signed auto graphs and
beamed happily about his re

cently acquired g r a n dfather

Status. i'.-i-u'.'.i.-",''..- ,,::

"That's the first ; thing I've

ever been mixed up In ; where

there wasn't any controversy,'

he told House doorkeeper Wil

liam M. TFiahbalt) Miller In dis discussing
cussing discussing his grandson. V

i More than 100 lawmakers,

newsmen and spectators jammed

into the small hearing room to
hear his comments on the his

torical Importance of preserving

presidential papers.' ;.-

Truman did not elaborate on

his plans for, turning over his
rifts to the government aa well.

It may be that they win be sent

along with his own presidential
papers to the Trumaa Memorial

Library at Independence, Mo.

After' reading nis ioo-wora

prepared statement and answer

ing j. few I questions, Truman
walked over to the Senate side
6f the Capitol -for lunch "with
Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (Tex.); and a' group-of
other friends.'
i He also took timt to tell news newsmen
men newsmen that: 1
If he still were a senator, he

would have voted: against send

ing tne civil rights bill to the ju.

dlclary Committee because it

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wouia never come out oi com committee."
mittee." committee." ....

Neither defense attorneys nor

anyone else should be permitted
"to browse around in FBI files."

This was it reference to a re

cent Supreme c Court decision

opening the files in some cases.
His arrandSon.. Clifton Truman

Daniel, is ,"fin and' dandy and
"looks like hli mother and fa

ther, k- y. .;.jt. .,, ; v w-'

Trumaa told the subcommit

tee that all presidents should

voluntarily preserve their papers
and turn them over to the gov

ernment. But he said thja should

not be compulsory; r .,

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MAKES RULING -Federal
t Judge Joseph G. McGarraghy
is shown in Washington' after
he ".barred the- Government
from turning Army Specialist
Sc i. William v Girard' over to
the Japanese Government for
- a manslaughter trial.

This Summer

WASHINGTON.-" Jun 99 trr

T-The White House voiced "si
cere hope!' t6day that the Set

n,io wiu pass jtresiaent Else1
hower's four-point civil rich

program before it adjourns th'

summer. . I

Presidential Press' Rpta5

James C. Haeertv vnario tK

statement when asked ahnnn tii

r, a w "Tt

oeuaie action Thursday night
bypassinir its Judiciary nnmmi

tee-and putting the bill on tl

oenate caienaar. r

It's Our bill." Wnirprtw ai

"We sincerely hon t.hnt. th J

Will be action on, the bill at tH

session.". ,

The senatd vot.pH d"5 to so

hold the ; House-passed bill b
foreithe chamber: wher if-

be taken up by a majority vot

proDRDiy sometime- alter th j

ly 4 holidays

The action was a maior p

back for Southern Democrat
Their- chances of defeating ti

years. cut iney win put up
battle that is expected to tu il

the Senate in a filibuster durii

most of next month.

The motion to take un the h

will be subject to filibuster ail

can be carried only if civil rich

oacxers can muster the 64 vot

required to shut off debate.

Exiled Cubans Call

Meeting In Miami
To Unlle Efforts"

To Plead

Kof Guiffy Tuesday

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II HUNTSVILLE,-Ala June 22

V, r: ;--"x",en attorneys for
CoL John C. Nickeraon aaid today
the guided missile-expert win
plead not .guilty when his court court-j
j court-j Martial opens Tuesday.'
i The brief annoniiivmmt

from NiekersM's two cmlian nA

two military aneraeys after can-

lervDces on various aspects of the

"if.1"" n,gni ll, morning.
Chief i viia a attorney Robert K.
BU has aaid the defense fee 1 1

inai wnai Atcaerson revealed in
a memorandum defending t k

Army's role in the missila pro program
gram program did not constitute classified

uuonnsuon.

He said they felt the miasOe

I -secrets- Bad already been pub-

tanea in asacazmea and

papers ana tnerexore. desoit th

"classified" tag on the inforaa inforaa-tioa.
tioa. inforaa-tioa. Nickeraon was not disrlounr

anything new.
BoU Bell and attorney

Jeakina have previoujtly indicated unity meeUng are OrganUaeion
they ma go into civU eouru toj Amen ties. Dr. Prioa poUUcal

u7 ium ue rumj i inn e-ipartv: Director) Rerolwiroarlo

ver e'aasified data- which they2Sih of July MevemV and
termed "vital te the oOicera's rmiu rsrira u.tt.r..

Doclor Thrcalened

Vilh Violcnca-.
For$1f5C3 Bill.'.

MANORVILLE. N.Y, June 22

(UP) A doctor's decision to

charts Benny Hooper's parents

$1500 for saving their son from

death in a well brought protests

today rrom across tne nauon

and anonymous threats of vio

lence acalait the Dhysician.

But many of the citizens of

this Long Island community de defended
fended defended Joaenh. Kr! Wiuu he

MIAMI. June 22 (UP) Exiled habitually answers acDeali for

foes of President Fulgenclo Bat- medical aid regardless of the

ut today announced a meeung nour.

for tomorrow morning to unite

their efforts and turn words In

to organized planning against
the Cuban leader.
Dr. Carlos Prlo fioc arras, for former
mer former Cuban President ousted by

Batista in a bloodless oupln

1852. will apeak at the meeting

scheduled lor a downtown Mia

mi theater.

The announcement of the aa.

therlng said that representative

or rive exile elements Tepre

sen ting some 23.000 anU-BatieH

ta" followera in this country,

Kria bin "for professional
aervtcea" waa dated June 14 and
sent to Benjamin Kent Hooper,
whose 7-year-old ton was rea reamed
med reamed from a 23-hour ordeal in a
backyard wall last May 17. i
The doctor, rn refunr

withdraw the bill,-, aaid f 1500

was- a reasonable fee and below
the sum that he should have

charged.

Market Ends Week

With Industrials
Lovesl' Since May

NW YORK, June 22 -(UP)
Their fourth decline in a row left
stocks sharply lower on the week,
with the industrial average lexact lexact-ly
ly lexact-ly at the, 500 level, its lowest since'
May 28.; and with utiUUes at their

lowesV since Feb. 2S.
The utilities, considered particu

larly vulnerable because of the
rate regulations which put them
at a disadvantage in periods of

inflation, had declines ranging to

3 points in Gulf Ststes, a point or
so in Consolidated Natural Gas.

Central and Southwest, El : Paso

Natural Gas, Louisville Gas, Peo Peoples
ples Peoples Gss. Virginia Electri fell

nearly .1 oil tha day's heaviest

turnover.' v, v
The utilitr' average, down close

te a point -on. Wedneday and

Thursday, dipped only 32 to 70.4U

nowaver, reiiecting a gam of a
point in Houston Lighting, and the

fact that the heaviest losers were
outside the average group.

ktm loss in, industrials of

points to mo reflected declines in

all sections of the list o
chemicals motors, and stels.

Talk of liriting imports 'of

eign crude oil weighed on oils

such ss Gulf, and Royal Cuter,
off around a point, x
Chrysler lost over a point in the
motors as tha company cut back

production for inventory.! adjust

ment.
- Allied end Union Csrbide lost

done te 2 points each in the chem-j

icals. ...

Steels were easier as a rule with

Lukena standing out sharply with,

a countering u of more than S

pomta.

Officers' Uniform

To Hove New Belt
After October 1

before July 1. it said the answer answering
ing answering brief mustxbe filed within
five days after receipt of the
original brief. 1 , j
.Justice William O. Douglas al already,
ready, already, has left for fa'' vacation
lecture series in KQrea and an
auto trip.-through the Mideast.
Court aides said he. would h no

tified of today' nrt.lnn Tf nm

not known Whether he will re

turn to hear the arguments.!

'- The government had asked th

Justices to reverse McGarraglry'a

Decision as soon as possible, con

tending that it was V'clearly

wrong.- -.:.,.

But Glrard'a attorneys said the

c6urt not only should uphold the

decision but should go a step

further and, order Girard releas.

ed from military custody in Ja

pan. MoGarraghy had refused to

order the GI a release on erounds

mat ne raced a court martial.

The Girard .? attorneys said

this was only a presumption ?
The high .court eould have re refused
fused refused to look into the' case or

instructed the government : to

follow the regular appeals, ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, i: The government by

passed the Appeals Court be

cause of what.it termed the ur urgency
gency urgency of -the case.

: Foe The' Birds
NEW YORK.' JUne 22 COPY-

Two yellow flags at the end
runway nine at XaGuardia .Ai

port warn-' "Keep. Clear"

planes" and other marauded

Pheasant eggs hatching Is tti

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Leaving today for 'New York!

en route to Europe Is Wilfred I

Eskildsen, (above) aalea. man manager
ager manager of the firm Colon Mo Motors,
tors, Motors, Inc., local agents for
Dodge, DeSoto and Hilman
Minx automobiles. . ;
Mr. Eskildsen plana to at attend
tend attend a series of sale con
ferences to be held at the
factory of Rootea Ltd., Eng.
land, manufacturers of the

Hill man Sunbeam' automo
biles. .

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Miami, with Its large Cuban

population, has become the in international
ternational international headquarters of anti-Batista
force.

Organizationa attendlnt the

Amy Caribbean

nnwiaeiy even thouch they did ouartera U.&.

not oueatkm that his ylfi'.ance said recently.-

in keeping oxygen available to; Black web tet which will re re-Benny
Benny re-Benny saved the boy from auffcv place the prevent fandird oliva
cation in the bottom of the well rirsb No J belt, will be available
VS. Sena. William A. PurUi: for purthsse by officer and wsr-in-rcnn.)
and John O. Pastore rsnnt ofricer personnel from the
JR1 erltJclied Kris on f Canbbeaa Arwv and Air Fore

liner oi ww eenate ara J -.. .fani Stn tre about Sept. 1. f
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