The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Lane Transfer Bill

WASHINGTON, June 25 (UP) Ambassador ;
Ricardo M. Arias of Panama said today he is hopeful
that the Senate will act this week on a' bill to
'transfer some land from the C&nal Zone to Panama.
' He said this way action will come prior to civil
rights legislation : which is threatened by ,. draw-;
' nout debate from Southern Senators.'
If the Panamanian. bill is held until'. then, the
Ambassador reasoned,. it may get shejved because ',
of the Senate's desire to adjourn,
,,-'. Arias said he is very pleased with President
Elsenhower's new request for, $1,000,000 to study
the construction of a bridge 'across the canal. "An
earlier request was turned down by, the House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee.
;The land transfer and the bridge were envisaged r;

by the 1955 Memorandum
the two countries.

Nuclear Test Suspension
In Offing, Hints Dulles

WASfelNGTON. June 25 (UP)
Secretary oi State John Fos
ter uunes said vouay uuu ui
" East-West agreement 10 suspend
nuclear testing might come ,a ,a-head
head ,a-head of an actual cutoff in use
of fissionable materials for
weapons,
Dulles emphasized, however,
that any agreement to suspend
nuclear testing would hsve to
f: be tied to a MmuItrT'ius r.r e e-r
r e-r ment to cut off ue of I.s ion-
aoiQ inaterais tor armaments

even though Implementation oous wouia guarantee, tnat any

this couid come later,
Dulles told ft news conference
that suspension of testing and
, parallel agreement ior a iu
: ture cut off v of fissionable ma
"terials for war uses are part of
tne United States "first .step"
'.disarmament plan. y ,; ; .;,
This Wan, which- is not en entirely
tirely entirely unfolded officially "yet,
also includes establishment of
trial inspection zones, a reduc
tion -in conventional weapons,
and other points which would
require a formal treaty, he said.
Dulles said the plan to cut off
USCA Decides y
To Rc!:!.i Dllvcg :
Uniil S:?!;n:b:r
' Members of the UJS. Citizens'
Association voted to extend the
year's contract with their-Washington
legal representative La v v-ern
ern v-ern R. Dilweg until Sept. 1. 1
- Dilweg, who has been repre representing
senting representing the USCA before' Con Congressional
gressional Congressional hearings, was hired
" until .July 1. Members decided
they want to extend his time
until September In order that
the lawyer may continue to re-
; present them before Congress.
Other points discussed during
the 90-mlnue meeting held In
' Diablo Sunday night, were- a
clarification of various points of
legislation supported by the or-;
' genization. - j
The USCA membership cam campaign
paign campaign which started May 1 and I
extenas until octooer was also
under discussion. Elections for
rew officers will be held late in
inly, members decided.
About 35 people were present
"at the meeting. - ..
Sen. Ives Sees
Fillbiister Due ;
For Scrxrp Hesp;.
WASHIXGTON, June 25 fUP)

Sea. Irvuifr M. Ires (R-N.Y.Ii la three aeparste obscenity est est-said
said est-said today that "the tlme-hon-es on what originally wil to hive
ored lnstitutioa of the fillbustriben the last day of its current

Is ultimately doomed" in the
Senate.
He urged a SecaU Rules Sub Sub-eommlttee
eommlttee Sub-eommlttee to arrrore leelslatloa
that would limit filibustering.
"I believe that the Senate
should hsve the power to act If
49 or more me

ers (a trtajori-iC10

ty) believe that such action
necessary," Ivpi said.
"I fefl it is vital to a effec effective
tive effective fur.rt:rr'-e cf the democra democratic
tic democratic process tiat we do ot con con-t.nue
t.nue con-t.nue to irjt ouryf!'-! la such a
powe v.. at t. c: tr.e
ror.'j can prv;:! Is b.ocklBg a
the tni-
E-rate decision."
Tr vt cf f 4 r. a tors. two

T: !' t' a f...!u?'.r ey.fe tmi't iav--ry cris'i ww'.:
i-- -.'i c can.ct.ly cur.aJ tve I Jrt A

of Understanding between

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J
use of .fissionable materials for
weapons also wciuaes proposals
to witndraw iissionaDle materi materials
als materials irom war stocupues and to
oegln transferlng some of the
maueriais to peaceiui uses.
Dulles saia he is neitner dls
couraged nor optimistic at true
pomt about tne cnanges or get getting
ting getting an over-au urst step arms
agxement wiui Kussia.'.
'tie t phasuea- tijJi ny pe period
riod period arveea upon lor su&, ending
tests would be short. We said
allure to wont out the cut-oil
system in fissionable materials
would not: give the Soviets too
much of a iead if things didn't
worn out. But ne did -not say
how long the United States
would agree to suspend tests.
There have been reports that
this period would be tor only a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. 10 months. :
; Dulles said he believes It is
highly unlikely that any disar disarmament
mament disarmament treaty can be formulat
ed, for presentation at this, Sen Senate
ate Senate session. ' .. "f.-"","'
Without making any firm pre
diction on when a treaty might
be ready, he suggested it would
be at least next January before
Senate approval could be sought
Sounds Reasonable
. HOLLYWOOD, June 25 (UP)
After some initial difficulty, pro
ducer Jaime del vaile has come
up with someone he believes is
the ideal person to portray the
part of the 8 an Francisco-fire
chief ia a television show.
The "actors ia -William Mur
ray, fire thief of San Francisco.-

rbmg

But Dirt: For Dirt's Sake Out

"WASHINGTON. June 35 (UP
The Supreme Court yesterday''
held the validity of a series of
federal and state laws prohibiting
the distribution of obscene litera
ture. t
It also affirmed, a ruling by the
New Jersey State Supreme Court
upholding the "fend strip, tease"
ordinance of Newark, N.J., one of
th last bastions of old-time Bur Burlesque
lesque Burlesque oa the East Coast.
After the meeting, the court ad adjourned
journed adjourned until July whea it will
meet to consider the esse of Wil William
liam William S. Girard, the Army special specialist
ist specialist accused of slaying a Japanese
womsa. Tbe Justices tnen will
urt their summer recess.
term, the high court
tMMality Vt fadvrsl taw, -nctd
in 1177, which wiakcs k
erim t mr4 srmfrsphla wis wis-tH
tH wis-tH thrawah the mail.
Upheld. T U 2. I n year old
1W ich forbids any-
. t
Refuned. S to 4, to cpset a New
York Stat law which authorizes
tha state courts to baa the distri distri-butioa
butioa distri-butioa of material deemed aft
er tnaL t be "chacme, lewd, la

?ni-civiua, tUiy, uxJcent or dufurt

justice ri:sa O. Douc!as, who!
- .rr; ,!f,re Ja.tife 1-t

THE PULSE
Of PANAMA

- PRESIDENT ERNESTO fle la
Guardia was to hold a round ta
ble discussion' this afternoon
with representatives of a large
number of civic and labor or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. The meeting was
scheduled for 3 p.m. in the Pres Pres-idencia
idencia Pres-idencia and was to deal with the
proposed changes in Social Se
curity regulations.
At the same time the Social
Security administration was re
ported planning to take legal ac
tion against employers who are
in arrears with deductions taken
from their employes as well as
their own contributions to the
Social Security fund, j
On the other hand, charges of
substituting locally-manufactured
drugs and medicines for those
prescribed by .Social security,
doctors are being hurled at So-j
cial Security officials from sev several
eral several sources. ,j v-.v'( t : '
ONE NEWWSPAPER reported
today that, the Kuna (Indian)
Congress has Rejected a propos proposal
al proposal to form a $300,000 company to
exploit copra with the Colon im import
port import jCo., the -Indians;, and i the
general public each contributing
one-third of the capital. The In Indians
dians Indians reportedly claim that a re retired
tired retired U.S.' colonel by the name
of Adams formed an aviation
company In a similar'" manner
and as a result they lost $32,000.
"THE TABLOID DAILY :ta H0-
ra reported apparent startof a
"wave of terrorism" with the
settinsr afire of a automobile
owned bv Jose G. Moncada Lu
na,' city editor of a Spanish Spanish-language
language Spanish-language weekly.' .The auto was
liberally sprinkled witn Kerosene
before it was set afire. However,
quick action by firemen manag managed
ed managed to nut Out theV fire before
much damage could be .done.
Several pieces of paper soaked
in kerosene were found on the
seats' of the car and the gas tank
was carefully wrapped in kero-
ene-soaked naner. Only the
holstery suffered in tne oiaze.;
. MivnR JOSH A. CAJAR ES-
CALA has notified school princi principals
pals principals that they should warn the
drivers of school buses to eliml-
nate tne practice .oi diuwiur
horns to attract the attention Of
the studen passengers. : ;
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
is reported as in receipt of a tel telegram
egram telegram from a resident of th in-,
terior '. changing that ., several
tr.irfiiM f have .been, caused
there by the sale and rise of "chl-
cha feurte" (a fermented corn
beverage) aa "guarapo"
mented cane juice)
(fer-
mendments guarantee of f ree-
uo-.'dom of speech and of the press
."The test of obscenity the court!
endorses today gives the censor
fre rsnga over, a vsst domain,"
he sstd.
But Justice William J Brennaa
Jr., who spoke for the court ma majority
jority majority ia the federal and Califor California,
nia, California, cases, said "obscenity is not
expression protected by the First
Amendment." But be emphssized
that tberc is a sharp distinction
between obscenity and sex.
"Obscene material is material
which deals with sex ia a manner
appealing t prurient interest, he
said, "The portrayal of sex, e g.,
in art, literature and scientific
worts is not itself sufficient reason
to deny material the constitution
al protection of freedom of speech
fnd press.
"Sx, flraaf and myiHritoi
mttrw fere bi human life, h
inriifpwtafclr hn a aufeivct f
thrwhwt fh as." U 64d.
"tt U na 9 vital arkWm
In the deciskm w the federal
law, the court sustained th ton ton-rictioa
rictioa ton-rictioa of Samuel Rotn of hew
York, who was sentenced te fie
F,:ck, aid fat the matT.al
. C'"' 'i f'l 1

Says

years U Jail and fined 15 t0 t(yr i Yl .''J, wTTw
U5)rg a book, Amenf.n A-, f."1 v" tif'
r t -' t.w- w i v.'tered tv TJauM r 'r.ti.lea.

wi'.h Dwt'n a-xJi

Why Can

Beau Termed
f LONDON, June 25 (UP)-Prin-cess
Margaret and her current
beau, Lord Patrick Beresford,
L-may be getting serious e v e n-
though she is four years oiaer
than he, a .leading newspaper
said today. 1
' Anne Edwards, columnist for.
Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Ex Express
press Express capped a rash of newpaper
comment on tne frequent oat-
'ford with a defense of worn-
an's right to marry a younger
man. y
Margaret is 27. Beresford, a
dashing lieutenant in the Royal
Horse Guards," just turned 23. f
, -'
"A girl of 27 and a man of
23 what's so terrible about
that?" Miss. Edwards asked.
; "If Princess Margaret wants
to marry her constant comps comps-nion
nion comps-nion of the last few weeks, Lord
Patrick lBersford, why on earth
should so many. women be sour
about it?
She complained that she had
heard many girla complain that
they would not 'go out with a
,tffilh'Be Tried
' A young Panamanian student
who claimed he stole a .watch
in orde to buy sehoolbookay to today
day today was revealed as a aexual
deviate who has a long line of
previous offenses against him..,
Alter an tne iacts were pre
sented, the; 15-year-old defend
ant, was bound over for trial in
U.S. District Court oh a charge
of burglarizing the maid's room
of house $2$4-B.in Ancon, the
home of Dr. Rogelio Aria.
j The : court was told, the boy
it a sex deviate.
- The boy admitted going into
the room ana taxing a goia
wristwatch as well as some loose
change irom a cnesoi oraw
era. .-- "- ':. --i ' ; '."
Assistant District Attorney
Morton Thomson told : the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate that he knew the
defendant well irom past ex-
nerlence.. He said, that the tau,
dark-haired boy had come be
fore him on seven previous oc
casions, all involving thefts from
maids rooms in tne zone.
. Thomson added that the boy
had also served time In a cor
rectional school in Panama,
and ia between times, "was
'always en the streets of Pan Panama."
ama." Panama." The youth has ae
t knowledge f hia parents
whereabouts, but the grand grandfather
father grandfather with whom he lives, a
alender elderly gentleman, ap appeared
peared appeared In court today & his
behalf ;,. w
A Before finding probable cause.
Judge John S. Deming thanked
the grandfather for coming In Into
to Into court. "I wanted a member of
the youth's family to be here
and see what Is being done," he
stated.
Gladys Plnz5n, one of the wit
nesses today testified that she
Tropic Traded Up
For Marshal's Sale
...
ln&C3Suil
Yaffil
The 110-foot cargo
le Trader goes oa. the
block July 15. It will be put ap
for sale by the VS. Marshal to
satisfy a $3,400 damage suit filed
against it y a former supper
of the shin.
The Costa Ricaa reguterea
vessel has been aittina outside)
of Balboa harbor since last Au-i
mrt 10U hn h arrived
here from Salinaa. "Ecuador.
Libellant U the suit u Capt.
Randolph MacLuehlan. a BrttUh
subject from Grand Caiman Is Islands
lands Islands who Is represented by at at-torner
torner at-torner David Robiea. Ha claims
that he remained on Tooard the
sh?p and watched over the ves vessel,
sel, vessel, but whea no word was forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming from the ewBere, be left.
Later he filed th suit eeeking
to recover iJ.40a m back wares.
Listed as the cen of the
Davis
Flor-char-
Ttiay in VS.
la-jtna sa tn
r cy -puo.se
i to be be'.d
I at tve r- rt r
ca Jwly 15.'
a a. "g a;

't r.tes Kany Younger Man?!
ncd Tcp-Dravcr' Nobility

-i ; j;
man younger than themselves
"even though 'there Is a short,
age of men in the eligible thir
- 'The Daily Express comment
' followed a complain oy a col columnist
umnist columnist in the Sunday express,
snother Beaverbrook oa"er that
Mararet may -be stealing an
ovuti' viuittu s man. nis ouuday
k, Express said there had been, re re-sports
sports re-sports Beresford would become
engaged to Miss Joanne Smith
Bingham, who is 21.
' Mararet and Beresford have
been almost constant companions
since the current -social season
opened, early this .month.? T h e
-nre: sre'f,'',tion':,h"it t h e nv
appeared to be opening a new
wave of curiosity about the prln;
ceso social me waicu has oeen
relatively ignored since she re-;:
rtr-o'-xH tn for"""
A.F. Croup Capt. Peter Town-
'.-Unlike Townsend who was; a
divorced father of "two and ,a ,a-commoner,
commoner, ,a-commoner, Beresford ti top-,
drawer nobility and. highly eligi-'
ble.
fpr? Burglary
urn. iwimlntf dmsn in Tn Vrmrrt
from the : kitchen of the ? Arias
nou.'e- when she 'spotted tha boy
leaving her room. Rushing in,
she found her wristwatch had
been taken. The watch was later
tracked down, to a cahtinaton
Airport Road. A Canal Zone de
tectlve today testified that the
boy himself led the detectives to
the cantina and that he point
ed out the woman to whom he
had sold the watch,
, The youth also re-enacted the
operation of removing the watch
irom the chest oi arawners alter
h led detee.rJvea to th Ari
home m Ancon. i
J He said he attends Art and
Crafts School in Panama, that
h gets off at noon each day
and had been looking for work
In Panama. Mot finding any,
ha said, he went Into tbe Ca
nal Zone to, seek employment
and decided to look in 1 the
doctor's area. When he saw
the door to the maid's room
ajar, he decided to go in and
picked up the watch and some
loose change. ,
Bail of $500. wa set in the
case. .v
llon-UJ Cilizcn Job
Vacant Al Albrook
The AU; Force announced today
vacant air conditioning and re
frleeration servicer position, LWB
5306-15. at Albrook Air Force
Basa for a non-U. S. citizen.
Applicants must have completed
an apprenticeship in the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and repair, of refrigeration
and air conditioning equipment or
have had fours of substantially
equivalent experience with this
kind nf efiuinment. '
Applicsnts must notable to
speak.- read and wraa the Eng English
lish English language fluently. Applications
for this position may be made at
the Civiliaa Personnel Office,
Building too, Albrook Air Force
Bss during the hours from T a.m.
to U:3t a.m. V
Dicky Arias Stars
By PATRICIA WIGGINS
WASHINGTON, June 25 (VP)
BacksUlra at the White
House:
The President's golf dub
Burning Tree, may be the most
'vrlnalv In Wasnington out ll
doesnt rat very high by some
Texas standards. i
Rep. George Mahon (D-TexJ,
a club member, tells of taking
a fellow Texan out to Burning
Tree. Mahon thought his guest
might be Impressed- oh seeing
the club where Elsenhower plays.
The Texan was mighty disap disappointed,
pointed, disappointed, f
Seems the spartan furnishings
of the small stone and brick
club house failed to measure tap
to the clubhouse, "we have back
ho trie."
The Texan might have been
trT- mnrt b a ita t oartv

r'trtct Conrt,!b"ij there recently. Tables were

pt v:a arouna tne lint ana
wh;'. fpad waiters tended to
f -..r's cf Ue gsiered v'.p"j
ce ::a, 1

pQ Attorneys
r., ; n :f

iriie oner in
Pilots'Siiit
... The Canal pilots' suit' case
which totals about $2,147,000.
'to date, will be ready for sub submission
mission submission :to U.S. District Court
I around Aug. 23- - 1
Briefs in the ease, which in
volves the recovery of about
$28,250 for each pilot, will be
filed ud until that date, it was
learned today.
' Yesterday; Panama canal Co.
lawyers filed a 239-page printed
'brief in District court at Ancon
setting forth-arguments and cit citing
ing citing legal precedents in support
.of their contention that Canal
pilots are not entitled to the
extra pay for blch they have
v ''.The pilots ault against the
company dates .hack to June 30,
1854. The trial : of tne suit was
held in July, 1956. it Jasrted.three
weeks...: i- .:;;", -";' -'-'.
.The preparation of the -transcript
of the trial, which involv involved
ed involved thousands upon thousands jot
words took up he remainder of
the year. Then' each, side was
granted time for the : study of
the transcript and he filing of
briefs. ;': 'z; .j.-. i;,.-'-,
The plaintiffs iava'alx weeks
in which to reply to the Com
pany s arguments, after i which
the, pourt will ake the case un-
aer atuay ior a -decision.
ir atu
A"
CcjICILhtj :
Cli.v.bj To lop
In l lonlh Of May
WASHINOTON, June 25 (UP)
. The. Government today re-
norted the costW living climb
ed to an all-time high last May
for the ninth' straight month.
- The Labor Department said
the May consumer price- index
was 119.8 per cent of the 1947 1947-49
49 1947-49 average. The Index was three
tenths of one per cent above
April i and 3.8 per cent higher
than May, 1958." r .-
The rise In Jiving costs means
wage boosts for nearly one mil million
lion million : 'workers with "escalator"
wager contracts tied to the cost
Of living.-- j-,-"i.'. 't .;
Food prices spearheaded the
rise In living costs with a seven seven-tenth
tenth seven-tenth of one per cent Increase
between April and May. Prices
of fresh produce and meat went
up seasonally. The price oi serv services
ices services was tip four-tenths of. one
per cent but the cost of com
modities went down by the same
amount,; the two changes thus
cancelling each other in the in
Oscar Quinterb f.;
Must Stand Trial
In Tool Burglary V
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
today, Oscar Quintero, 21, was
accused of stealing a set of car carpentry
pentry carpentry tools from under -house
1578-A oaviian Roao in saiDoa.
" The owner of t the. tools, Jo
seph J. Lukacs, appeared In,
Court today i to Identify the
stolen goods. Ball of 1500 was
set .after Quintero was bound
over ta V. District Court for!
trial on a charge of burglary.

As Story Teller At Ike's Golf Club

A hlrhllrht was a ceatest U
sa wba eaald teU tbe best gali
stary. Vica President Rtcbard
M. Ntxe-a and Deaatv Atty.
Gea. William P. Begera were
Jadres. On at tha best atry
tellers waa Panama Aaabas Aaabas-aador
aador Aaabas-aador Bicarda Arias. 4
Washington's neat wave caus caused
ed caused a lot of headaches for White
Hoane gardeners who have lt
acres of grass, SM trees, and a
multitude of flowers and shrubs
to keep thriving .--. .,;
So far. chief arardener Robert

Redmund reports, the grounds! The phrase is used at luncn luncn-i,nrirnr'
i,nrirnr' luncn-i,nrirnr' nrttv weliritime and at the end of the la?

Sprinklers and 700 feet of

rigauon pipe have been a boon I nee closes up mop temporarily,
to Eedmund. Press Secretary James C. Hag-
Some of tha sprinkler! have erty tells newsmen nhe lid is
bn ro'.cr night and day near on" meaning no more news
the lja-vear-oid American ehu'will be given out until further

planted by John Culncy. Adams
and tha twa nancsome oaino-
;a trees planted by Andy Jatk-
son.
T e government thj year wiU

h

Taipei

For

Red Invasiori

TAIPEI, June 25 (UP) Nationalist China reshuffled
its military high command today and alerted its offshore
island fortresses for a possible Red Chinese invasion in

the wake of the heaviest Red artillery bombardmenf in
nearly three years. s
It the vest pocket war between the Communists and
Nationalists flared anew last night when' Communist artil artillery
lery artillery on Amoy pounded the offshore QuemoV island group
with 9395 rounds. ; &irt:$f Cfr
The Nationalist Defense Ministry; sdid'severar: cf

vilians had been killed and

was feared-military casualties would run higher.

:A11 military forces were alert
ed lor a possible Red attack: on
the offshore islands amid a
arowinc feeling of tension.? 4
,5 In Taipei today Oeneralls-
simo Cniaiia Kai-Shek announc
ed the biggest Nationalist mili
tary command shakeup in Join;
years. ''';': '.:."
cniang promotea iwr-yioree
commander pen. Wang Shu Shu-minst.
minst. Shu-minst. 52. as chief of thrNation
Allot riAnavn jgsbff" f sTflarinfr
Gen. Peng t ftleng-chi, who had
bdel the post since 1952. Peng
was named army commander.
succeeding -Gen, Huang Chleh
who became Chiang's chief mill
tarv aide.
Named to auceed Wang as air
force commander was Lt Gen.
Burning Diesel Drum
Does Lighl Damage
Only superficial damage was
reported -to a small- Dominican
shlp Humuuia, after a drum of
dlesel oil caught jtire last night
and burned, on the deck of the
vessel r VD--vnij-' -:
Crewmen had the flames un
der control by the time a Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal tug and Cristobal fire
men arrived. ft
The '218-ton .Humuula arrived
in Balboa a month ago irom
Honolulu and transited the Pan
ama Canal later.' She has oeen
anchored in Cristobal since.
' According to. -' report, the
blaze broke out ; about 10:30
D.m. whea one of six drums of
dlesel oil on deck blazed up. No
exDlosion occurred among the
empty drums which were poten
tta.1 exnlosive hazards.
' Cristobal Port officials praised
the quick work done by the ship's
crew in bringing the flames un under
der under controL. The tug Cardenas
and a Cristobal fire detail re-,
sponded to the alarm., '.
Damage to the ship were be
lieved to be superficial. Tne
flames' scorched the paint over a
large section of tha 81-gross-toa
vessel. '. -
b billed for an the water used
in keeping the lawns green. Tne
district government used to pick
up th tab, but lt recently in installed
stalled installed meters. .
That's one reason all the
sprinklers and the irrigation
nine haven't been Derating a-
round the clock. Redmund's
worried about tha bilL
Anne Whea tan, sew
elau WhlU Hmm press
retary, has put her awa ia ia-UrpreUUon
UrpreUUon ia-UrpreUUon a familiar
an rise -tae uaata.
ir-When the White House press of-
notice.

The other dav. Anne announc-
ed "the lid is on" and that she
was going out to "get a new Bd."
Tamed out she had an appoint-lweift
ment with her fcairdresse. v

. i i.
's '( 1 t

Possible

4
t'Wp.
at least 20 others wounded, ft
Chen Chia-hang, who haa been
deputy air commander. ? ,i
The .shakeup had been rumor rumored
ed rumored for several weeks. The pf fie
cial reason given was a Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist military regulation pre preventing
venting preventing any service chief -from
serving more than two terms.
Wang had s completed his sec second
ond second term a chief of tbe Gener General
al General Staff.--...j
: ;. Chiang -had beerr kept'inform kept'inform-ed.
ed. kept'inform-ed. otthe offshore island bnm.
Darament dv special war coiii-
muniques.
'4
Recreation
Program Chairman
A$k$ Volunteer Aid :
A call for volunteer workers la
being made by Mrs. H. W.'Grif.
fin, of Balboa, who is in charge
of the extensive summer recrea
tion srts and crafts irairin.
starting Monday morning irt An
con, Balboa, and Diablo Schools.
Mrs. Gnffin, who is also a vol volunteer
unteer volunteer worker, has asked that sU
adults interested in assisting "-in
tesching the clssses should call
her at 2-3694 before 2 p.m. tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. A training course will be giv given
en given these volunteers Thursday and
Friday.
At the same time, she an announced
nounced announced that a total of 201 Canal
Zone school students between
grades one and eight, inclusive.
had registered for the arts- and
crafts clssses and that 60 had reg registered
istered registered in .the swimming program.
Beginning Monday, classel "Will
be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday,
weonesaay and Friday at Ancon;
Mondays. Tuesdays and Fridays at
Balboa and Mondays. Thursdays
and Fridays at Diablo. -
During the classes, the students
: 1 1 u -l. i i
wiu ue iuiii iu mug sue a
things is lamp shades, Tlart
mats, and fish-scale Jewelry. There
are also clssses planned La wood woodworking
working woodworking for the boys and cake
decoration for the eirla. ?-?.
The best work done eaek wees:
will be displayed during a sp
cisi program wnica will be televis
ed by CFN. At the end of 1 4
season, prizes will be given to irie
three children who hsve donaUic
best work.
CZ Post Offices
To Up Charges" :
Starting July iH
A alint Increase bj the feet
charged for special services will
be made by tbe. Canal Zone post
offices effective July 1, at tbe
same time identical changes ga
into effect ia the United States,
Tbe increases range from 5 cents
to 25 cents.
Tbe special services on whil
fees will be increased Include r-
istered mail, insured and certify i
mail, money orders, special deli
very, international registry in
and several minor special servic
es.
Domestic money order fees a
Jury 1 will be 15 cents for H
first S order; 20 cents for i U
te tlO order an J r for any
order betweea tit te JlOQ.
Insurance fees will oe from It-
cents la 40 cents on numran
coverage irom ia ia spec, a i
handling and special deliver
charges will be ineread from 5
cents te 25 cents sccorrt ng to t
and vslue of tae k:.-
and packages.



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THIS II YOUK FORUM THI KIAPtRS OWN COtUMH
" The MaU lea U opee lorn in fa feeders et Tbe "anata A";ri":
tifefrs '"' aratehilly and are haiidlee to a wholly cenMential
' ""S'aeei oatrate letter eWr be Impatieet H eoeia't appear the
nlxV day. Letters are published in tha crdar reeled.
Please try to keep the letters limited to ona paee length.
Identity ef letter writers ii hald in etrirtest eonlidanea.
rTfcl eewspaBer" assumes no responsibility for itatamanta a epii.leat
expressed In lattar from readers.

THE MAIL BOA
" LONELY DIABLO DINERS
sir;, -
Freddie the fly and his wife, Vffi'ffi

SIMSS tpffi
Sat bad me puzzled," said
tog to the dlSerT St seems they
of energy, Mrs. Hamilton, away,
out her this place is jusi a Dig

too large or too sm" w sci 7::, mieat
it i5to walk into a place and be made to feel you are a guesi
and not lust another diner or customer. ..
4oVcould1 always tell by the cheery atmosphere jvhen Mn.
HaWlton was on duty. When you left It was with a cheery
Iwto froT'Baby You never fat you were just another cus cus-Ce?
Ce? cus-Ce? You left with the feeling that you had been a guest
to her home and was always welcome. One thing taJg
Balboa doesn't need her as much as we miss her. Hurry bac
horn Baby." Sclota
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15TH ND CHILD
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fare you had the experience ef hvmg a .three-yearlj
ohUdlstep off the curb in front of your cm. bold up his little
hanrf- and when you take your car out of second gear (whicn
J"erV'uIingno inaintato a ten-mile speed). te!l you that
officially, a pack of mtoeogaphed
lornS to M used for reporting aU vehicles which you think are
8PtTheBsl experiences are becoming normal to the Wtso(
S'om'i "come of ?ge on
mal traffic problems? Civil communities certainly havethe
jameprobleiMV1 Their solution tev.not by gestapo" tactlci. Obvi-

Wch reduce vlslbiUty; the unrealistic lnU?jpeed llmiW poor

w. want W children

GIRARD AGAIN
Sir:
I would like to tell a "Soldier" what I think about his para para-graph
graph para-graph in June 22 edition of the Mall Box. You were right in
.only one case and that is that we are not capable of Judging
Girard. . .
Whether or not the woman was defenseless, he had his
. duty to do and he did ft as any soldier would have done. I'm
sure he must have felt Just as bad and as bitter at himself as
yon or I would, because he will have that night on his consci conscience.
ence. conscience.
Actually he was In the right because the woman had no
right to be anywhere near the gun emplacement, as you of all
persons should know. Especially at night. How was Girard to
know she wasnt a saboteur of some kind?
You see, sir, we have no right to say anything or to criticize
or even condemn Girard, because we don't know what really
hapoened. That is why we have investigations, to find the
truth. 1
We are not trying to appease, and the Dept. of Army does
not make blunders when there Is a killing involved. I hope you
will not hold this -paragraph against nv I just wanted, you to
know that if the V&. has anything to do with It he will be
punished 11 -he Is the wrong. . '-?.
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Frelda, -'unUl I started listen,
sent ynggj
sent her -la 'Balboa and witn

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PSYCHOGOGY
alive.
Observer
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Direct Delivery te the C X
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Jewellers

By CREDE CALHOUN et al
POSTAL SERVICE J
AND POSTAL PAY
Everybody complains about, the
postal service, but nobody says a-

nything about tbe pay of the post postal
al postal employes. In Panama it is pi
tifully small; better in tne canal
Zone. It is true that postal em
ployes are public servants, at our
heck'and call for as little as a
three-cent stamp, but that should
involve service, not servitude.
My first work in the- Ca n a 1
Zone was as postal clerk at $100
a month. But then a good meal
cost thirty cents and quarters were
free. Perhaps I was overpaid, but
the better clerks were underpaid
just as they are today. But after
six months my pay was increas increased
ed increased to the substantial sum of $125
a month, still mos likejy more
than I was worth, but not very
much for a good postal clerk. ;
All this leads up to an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement I have fust read in a
States newspaper published by
some 33,000 postal clerks, entitled
"The Vanished American, the Ex
perienced Postal Worker
"One ol the reasons for this
vanishing, according to the ad. is
that postal workers in the U. S.
have received only one raise in
pay in six years. I have no idea
when Panamanian postal workers
received a raise, if ever. -A
FEW PALINDROMES
I learn a lot at th Canal llhra.
rv and now I know ahnut nalin.
aromes. a palindrome is a word,
sentence,, verse or what have you
uiai reaas tne same backwards
or forwards. Here are samples, al also
so also supplied by a member of the
uorary siau.
ADie waj 1 ere 1 saw Elba.
A man, a plan, a Canal Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Lewd did I live; evil did I dwel.
YOU tniuf lit flMtin linan.
in spelling and rearranging letters
uines. now you make a palin palindrome.
drome. palindrome. V
ONLY WHO CAN
MAKE A TREE?
YOU m-Obahlv 9rmm irltb Ik.
late Joyce Kilmer about poems
and making trees, so I'll spare
you his overoimfpil Hni Rut
members of the Spanish press
have been crritizing our Alcalde
for cuttisg down trees, or permit permit-tnl
tnl permit-tnl them to be cut down.
ine wanion flestruction of a tree
is a crime, but sometimes trees
i can be r destructive loo,, especial-
w n new nun uieir pry in c
roots, vmer umesltrets can be become
come become :a menace to neonla a a A
bmlduigs; and i plenty of them are
cuttin nff thh i- -.v !rL".
bv. miersecuons to inter interfere
fere interfere witn triffi v
it naa a Ian Ih ..m.j u.
Spanish press that the Alcalde is
weu as cutting down
trees. It ii aakl th.t h. T. -.1-.
. Grdens about the best
jlujub cu inn 111 niant m 4k.
TSe mora traaa tha K.t.. .. i
a. aa rt: r" -"""I
it v oeauiy ox thej
Certainly there ara U . .
more beautiful than the royal
palm of which, this city has hun hundreds
dreds hundreds They have a kind of grace
al n M Ataia aL A 1 1
.uu utsunj xoi weu warrants tbe
nam "rnval M B,.t l
verv beautiful m
77 "iutua- yuaio
niuBciuoni. uia moat naaw k..
in tha citv with tha .-....
Avenida Central. :
iney are no longer, royal palms.
They are bill boards for adverti advertisers.
sers. advertisers. Tha twilaa a k. .....
been covered with
of coW cure, sedatives, laxatives,
iA iuu uii' ii not til.
Then sir aIm 4aa it
pouucai candidates, some who
wcra aucceisiui and some who
were not. But iu ij k.i.
u any particular adornment to a
iuu yuan, ;
It IMV ha llflnina '...L. a.
Pect that anything wifl ia done
h ui am an optimist
RIRN IN A GILDED CAOB
NOTE
Whan Panraonf tin. t. a
Martin Jr.. (R-M... t ... 'L
ar of the House of Eepre tentative
uwiji coming out W i a
such questions as:
"For what member does tie
purpose zrom jaaoo rise?
Aaeenilv th. Umn. ... i:
ing intently as Martin sailed with
auwuim Diinon into a speech
wanuoa h torn aire enects of the
defense appropriation cuts.
"Tha rut rix iun
reduce the Air Force procure-
. MUMU. WAU
.n . .. .-1 J J a.
auviw tu auueu Bissiea.
DO IT YOURSELF NOTE
Perhaps this note 'should come
under "medical discoveries," but
se far the "do it yourself fad
that has spread ever the United
States has not been extended deep
ly mm we neia or medicine and
surgery. Already too many people
try to be their own doctors. Think
what the advertising copy writers
could do with "perform your own
sppendectoaiy or "cure your
cancer at home."
But as usual I'm digressing. We
have a front door-won a compli complicated
cated complicated lock in 'which the key must
be turned in the wrong direction
to opea it.. That isn't so bad, but
to close it without using a key,
it had to be banged ao loudly
that it disturbed the neighbor.
Then came the solution. I look looked
ed looked for lubricating oil, Two la
One," any kind, but there was
none in the how: Batter or lard
would attract ants, so I greased
the bolts of the lock with Unqneo Unqneo-tine
tine Unqneo-tine and bow the door ckwea as
softly as i t'sth.

UNEA Service. Inc. dJTZp :JJ

Walter Winchell In

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Euoane .O'Neill's widow (Carlotta
Monterey) has intimates wonder
ing if he will marry the medico
seen with her so much. .C. Chap Chaplin,
lin, Chaplin, Jr. and American bullfighter
Juanite '.Villa Courta may stage a
surprise, .Diana carrymore s la
est puise-nopper is Kosemary Mc
Dougal, a stunning model. They
are Keeping it alive via long-kiss-
tance. .Eva Gabor's recent hus
band Dr. John Williams and Fran Frances
ces Frances Bennett will merge at Fort
Worth on the 28th. .Anna Marie
Alberghetu and CBS -exec Chas,
Straus are making their idyll pub
lic fejoe wis' newest ro romance
mance romance is canary. Kay Brown, on
the same El Rancho (Vegas) bill.
Actress rat ouinian (ex-Miss
ftheinjgold) is Mexico-bound to un-
laicn waca waucer. inis irees mm
to try the handcuffs with -F aye
cmerson.
Sarah vauflhan's crowd is nuz
zled. Husband manager Geo.
Treadwei) pleaded for a divorce
so he can wed Faorene Williams.
a beautiful Los Angeles eaL Sa
rah keeps saying she'll let aim
Know ana aoesn t. ; .hick vay (son
ot Pearl Buxk and publisher John
nay) ana Mary Lombard are ex expected
pected expected to blend after their divorc
. .The Royal Ballet (nee Sad Sadler's
ler's Sadler's Wells) has a $200,000 ad-
. ce .aie for the 4-week Met run
starting Sept. S. They will unveil
3 new offerings. .Nadine Ducas,
who quit the Latin Quarter Miami
Beach show (to marry a Mexican
film producer), has written chums
here "ifs over". .Aldredito, the
mamoo oatoneer, and His wife
have reconciled. .July 11 will
mark the 20th ann'y of Gershwin's
passing. Tbe date when a lawsuit
wilT break alleging be was the
xainer or an interpretive dancer s
son. The chap seeks control of
Gershwin's 15 million S estate.
Deris Duke's cehv is backing
"Mr. Kumpei," tne musical paula
Stone plans for the FaU. Two Jack
Bobbins "finds" did the score. -.
Comics using quips about Roberto
and Inerid are floDoine. .Linda
Lewis of the Embers set became
a bride recently. . Sharon Kel Kel-ley
ley Kel-ley of. the Roxy dancing dent and
Decca's Marvin Holtzmann are
flying. Sophia Loren is not the
passion in "Pride and Passion."
Sinatra is. ; .Cary Grant's the
Pride. -Anita Ekberg and Tony
Steel are terribly sorry if they've
disappointed anyone but they cele-
brated their 1st Ann'y the other

IARRANQUILLA TO

H I f AA te awaaaaina
( J SW AVlAJfCA-B eranufM t ,..
I taaat a4 Sake ear aaarataa T
CeerteBaOea koaay 1
" ncM M Jaaaika. a

day in Paris. V Mary Harmon.

Comedienne at One Fifth, is freesuspect his heart is lost to lovelv

via annulment. .Rita Dimitri, the.
Greek lark, duel at the Viennese
Lantern soon, got a Nevada abro
gation from her Washington attor
ney husband.
Benny Hooper, the little boy res
cued from that wall, hat been
singed for movies -by Tha Asso
ciates and Aldrlch Co. .Gets his
screen fast next month.' . Eddie
Condon is frantically shopping for
a new location. The destruction of
3rd Street is getting closer. .The
Barry Cargan have e new baby
Boy.' Mrs. Cargan get home be
fore the father, who was hospital-.
ized after an auto smackep. Mand Mand-ira
ira Mand-ira at heme now. .The owner of
Gattby's was a Fulbright winnerl
invayrnis an sruaie is in in
rear ef his popular place, t .A ve verv
rv verv vaune St. Moriti Hotel clerk
merits the attention ef art levers
Hie name la Raeer Luchian.
Mrs. Arnold Reuben, Jr., passed
away-; suddenly.
T
Indian dancer Tahtu Rainl, back
from a South American concertour,
and UN attache Hanni Baaru toia
Russian Tea Room pals theyii
wed in Bombay next Sept. ..U ..U-neratie
neratie ..U-neratie tenor Anthony Dario and
his Wife, soprano Marianne Doro
(OI l.aie uruuing;, ara nut f ati
fir"." is vet-as bound for a divorce,
She will next marry Major Thom-
ai Dundee, kin of the lamed ngni-
er. .Boston socialite Marp Gro-
ver (she dances on TV) becomes
the bride of Harry riorrence, xaie
track star, June 28. .Lori Nelson
and MGM actor Don Burnett are
siffhin in rhvthm. .Betsy uun
can is tne lsiesi Armur juiutj
tutor to find romance with a pu-
" .. . ., it
tor to find romance with a pupU.
He is Wall Streeter Cbas. Reber.
Jiazard Reeves is tne oniy in
dustrialist in twon who owns his
own restaurant (mnosj.
Countess Olivia Hartang (of the
British West Indies) and Ernest
Carlos, the tap-dancing tutor, look
like they'll commit merger any
dav. .Marvin Fisher, who scored
the upcoming musigaL "The tick-
Usn Acrobat," is ine son oi rea
FisBer. one Of Yesteryear's Tin
Pas Allcv greats. .Fifth Avenue
strollers ? Miami Beacher Virgil
Moore and Norma Douglas, tne
Dynamic One .Oxae and Harriet
Nelson returned to the coast He
flew she took the Super Chief.
"I'm too tired," she said, "te hold
my breath 3000 miles". .-.Wealthy

daily (Saptzd? &onJa&tfbto

' K KINGSTON and MONTSOO BAT

- Icartlaa rare)
TEl CLtTJT

Neiv Yorl(

socialite Peter firaenwaM'a frienrfa
Kate Cowles of the Look clan. .
The Bob Clarks of HoUywood are
lnfanticiaoting. Mrs. Clark is A.
lyce of the singing restaurant and
nigw ciuD scene completely.
Roumanle's Prince Caret. Wha
will marry Jeanne Williams in
Paris, told newsmen they fell in
love waltzing. When she taught
dancing for Arthur MurraV la
the rest of the sentence.,: .Arlene
Dahl.and Anita Colbv are tenta.
five fudges for the 'Mies America"
event et Atlantic Clty A well well-known
known well-known ector's wife Intercepted love
letters from hie leading lady, ana
ef the famed names ef Hollywood.
wp to now Tne wire is being a
brick through the "hull u g I a h h-mats"
mats" h-mats" and may net make them
public. J .Society V fat-set expect
le witness some eh-brother parties
at Jimmy Donahue's new 1400,000
home new that the mater has de decided
cided decided te summer abroad. .Attor .Attorney
ney .Attorney Gordon Helm and Slgyn Lund
of "Happy Hunting" are beyond
control. '.v-..'
Steve Allan's top comedy aide,
Louis Nye, is at Memorial for an another
other another leg operation... Gita Hall,
former "Miss Sweden." and TV
producer B. Shubert are a new
portrait. .Society's Joan Harjes
and Michael Jasper son wed re recently.
cently. recently. Her grand-dad was J.? P.
Morgan's banking partner. .Em .Emory
ory .Emory Lewis of Cue mai and ac
tress Lila Vigil are honeymooning.
"Na Time far lata .. m...
. - k.x vuaa.
Hohman is playing the role, with
a wing in a cast Broke it slip slipping
ping slipping on a rug at home. Joel
Preston, (of Columbia Pictures)
and Harriet Newell Ward (of the
Social Register) were married last
weekend. .Caoitol Records vin
Joe Matthews and Joanne Hill,
anrcss-singer. win middle sisle
next month. .Lord Adrian Foley,
British nobleman (and rich) is
veddy-veddy about SaDy Six al
most nightly at the left Bank
spot. .Cecil Carmen, pretty own
er. of Louis Petite, weds Major
itaymona Wendell, jr on the 21st
. .The young and stunning British
divorcee Jack (CBS) Goldstein has
been supping with at Olin's and
El Morocco is Lady Julia Doni-
ger. .Hero cop Jim McShaae
(banished .to the Bronx t years
ago lor a minor infraction) has
resigned to Join the McClellan In
Vestigating Committee. Real bad
news lor labor mobsters,
aocn TKir mom raxaxA
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tovb tsuvh.
AGCKT
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Can ear
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AIRLTVg D TEX AMT5ICH

ry A.'lZ.r.ZCAJI WOKXrj irswiTI IVITCt

WASHINGTON A lot of peo

ple .have torgotten why com mis
sions were established in Washing
ton. They were established to act
as impartial judges between busi
ness ant the public, to protect the
public against unreasonable rates
by big business, laiser advertising.
and monopoly by business.
They were not set up to promote
tne proms ot misiness, out to pro protect
tect protect the public against unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable rates by big business false
advertising, and monopoly by- busi business,
ness, business, v;;!1;;' 't:. V-,: .;,.' : -rc ?rt
They were not set up to pro
mote tne profits of. business, but
to protect the pocketbpoks of con-
sumcrs. i ky,X?- .'...:v;..
. Today many commissioners
seem to believe their job is just
the reverse. They seem te think
that commissioners were appoint appointed
ed appointed to promote profits of a dozen
big companies, not protect the
pocketbooks of 160,000,000 peov
pla. "
Take, for 'instance, the case of
Jerome Kuvkendali. chairman of
the Federal Power Commission,
who is charged with I protecting
the public from paying too high
rates for, electric power and na
tural aTasl-j--f-Osl;'.'; 1,.:.'."rt:r..j-..'.-'" ,-
This week he's vo for a hearing
on whether he should be confirm
ed by the Senate for another term
Risenhower, has reappointed him
The natural gas lobby and the big
electric Dower 1 companies are
strong lor him And most Sena
tors are either too blase, too lazy,
or tdb afraid of the big power
companies to vote against hint.
However .here is the way Cbait
man Kuykendall, supposedly neu.
tral chairman ot the f ederal row
er Commission, has been protect
ing the profits of big corporations,
not the pocketbooks of little con consumers
sumers consumers
COCKTAILS AND FRM TRIM
1. He made a grand tour of the
Southwsf.. expenses Tiaid by the
Texas. Mid-Continent Oil and Gas
Association.., k.f.. v'.Tjj'-''
This is unprecedented. Members
of. the Federal Power Commission
never take trips at the expense of
anv utility. Consumers : aren't or
ganized to take them on trips to
counter balance this, and shouldn't,
even if they could afford it. Com
missioners are supposed to keep
aloof from both sides.
Aceomnanvmff Chairman Kuy
kendall on this trio were Seaborn
Digby, another Eisenhower-appoint
ed commissioner, ana ixeison uvk
SmittV a Republican holdover.
Commissioner Dale Doty, a Deme
cratic appointee, ana uiauae ir-
. . I .rtl 1 T-
per, a GOr, commissioner oi me
old acnooi, t aeciinea w go. ;
f FPC Commissioner wiuara oaij
chell nad" ear trouble and couldn
fiv Sa the eas company Hosts
tnnk the trouble and expense of
v By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NRA Service i.
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North and South vulnerable:
East laKi Waai rl.
Pass 10 i ia a
i Pass 4 'i
fM U Pass :.
Pass IK.T. Pa ittm
Pass Paaa P ;
Opening leao-a Q ;
South'! nroblem In the dav of
the no-trump grand slam was to
una ana pick, up the queen of
diamonds.
He won the ODenina- heart lead
la his owa hand and led four
round of clubav- He noted that
West followed to all four dub
leads. East discarded two suedes
while this was going on. j
svuku a uut aep was Ml taac
three rounds of snades. East fol-l
lowed to ail three while West
discarded a heart on the third
spade. I
A diamond was led to the king
and the ten spot was played from
tne dummy. East fallowed and
South played low from his OWB
hand. This play did not repre-!
sent any great genius on the :
part of south. He .simply took
advantage of West's desperation
two-heart overcall to count the
hand. West needed six hearts for
his Jump overcall. Addine four
clubs and two spades made a to
tal or 13 cards la "three aults.
HcBce, he could only hold one
diamond aad the finesse was a
sure thing.
This hand illustrates the folly
of a pointless bid. West knew
that his opponents had a game
or better. He also should have
known that his two-heart bid
could do him no good at alL
Instead, it hurt him terribly.1
Without that bid North and
South might have stopped at a
small aiam. Tf the-r had hid the
grand slam they would not have
known how tn r,!T K a(t tn'ffht
easily have trJ.'raed the cia-
jmoBa qneea sna por.e flora a
trick instead cf naUr.g t-.e con-UacW

supplying him with special auto
transportation.
2. Chairman Kuykendall attend attended
ed attended a cocktail party given 19 his
Honor by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M.
Morley ot the law firm of Wheat,
May and Shannon, which repre represents
sents represents the West Coast Transmit
sion Co., then applying for a cerv
tificate from the FPC. p
3. He attended two dinners giv given
en given by Ea Falck, astute lobbyist for
Niagara Mohawk Power, Consolfr'
dated Edison, Delaware Powerand
Light, and a dozen others.
; 4. He went out to Chicago to at attend
tend attend tha National Association of
Railroad and Utility Executives
dinner. The government paid hi
expenses In the past, FPC com commissioners
missioners commissioners kept strictly aloof from
these partisan meetings. Using the.
taxpayers' money to attend wag
unheard of. ' .
-. nerciiriUA rnur.occt

S. Kuykendall waited two dayl
after. Congress adjourned in 1955

to announce a decision, to turn
much-sought Hell's Canyon over to
the Idaho Power Co. Some Sena Senators,;
tors,; Senators,; including Kefauyer.:of Ten
nessee, claim Kuykendall, deliber-.
ately doceived Congress "when he
implied shortly before Congress
adjourned that no action had been :
'taken on Hell's Canyon. They say
it had beep taken earlier, but held
until after Congress adjourned.
6 Senators also claim that Kuy Kuykendall
kendall Kuykendall lied when he told the joint
Atomic Energy Committee that,
power commission attorneys .had
not reviewed the Dixon-Yates con contract.
tract. contract. Later his general counsel,
Willard Gatchell, let slip the fact -that
it had come before the com commission's
mission's commission's attorneys. Real fact was
that two FPC attorneys, Lambert
McAllister and Howard Wahren Wahren-brock,
brock, Wahren-brock, had vigorously condemned
the Dixon v. Yates- contract prob probably
ably probably why Kuykendall denied any
one had eVer seen it. .'
7. Chairman Kuykendall has
new edmittad holding secret
meetings with three natural gas
lobbyists to draft a gas bill. Ne ;
representative ef the public was.
present. His ob is to pass en
these matters impartially be ;
tween tha public and the utilities
-after they become law, not meat
secretly with, lobbyists t help
pass the law.', . 1
Under cross examination Kuy-
VAnHall aHmittaul urnnt trt thra

individuals, and I admonished
these individuals there should be
no publicity about this., There

should be absolute secrecy.' ...- n

That s the record of 4ae man
who has just been reappointed to
be an impartial chairman of the
Federal Power Commissmn ana
who is up for Senate confirmation
this week. .. j AU if...".
' WASHINGTON PIPILINI
Cong.' Glend Davis of Wisconsin
is considered the best to win the
Renuhlipan nrimarv far .Jaa 'Ml. ..

Carthy s seat on July 26. Davis
will flail away at the Eisenhower

budget on foreign aid. ax-Govern

or Walter Kohler, Eisenhower Re Republican,
publican, Republican, will probably pull his v

puncnes on ine ouugei ... ine iinai
election to pick McCarthy's suc successor
cessor successor is on August 13. The Demo Democrats
crats Democrats figure. they have' a pretty
good chance, especially if livewire 1
Congressman Henry Reuss is no nominated
minated nominated .... GOP Old Guarders are
complaining that Citizens for Ei-
senhower. now active again, might
better be called "Citizens for Gru-
enther." GOP scouts report that
the "Citizens" are trying to start
a grass roots boom for General Alo
Gruenther to be Ike's successor..."
Gen. Lucius Clan Sirinev WeiO-
Wi' tha hiat Inveatment hanlrer
Oveta Ctilp Hobby, formerly- in"
the Eisenhower Cabinet; and Tom
Stephens, formerly in the -White
House, are credited with spear
heading the Gruenther campaign.
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e -r n r. tr HALM i-i Col. Stlgl

Weiinerstrom, former Swedish

tina's romance with an in-y61

old Senate ex-p6c vJ ;, n(.
"These young people 4j will not
nieet again If I can prevent It.

WASHINGTON BJ;

ewajlA.Awv, .v y fr,

ing popular --. t . aJ.,d

"mere is uiuum v -.
Arr nt -nonular

bout me ; uu r;. nra1.

i 1 a ruin nr. Laawa

mu.s'?J 'IIT ,hat they are

ana iih. hdlv a

hearing .uiesc -.,
chleves a salutary result. It M

lust not gooo. v

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turiibwiivn. I'KTAKMKiiiviKNT of the Canal zone-unuea

' Fund, -Chairman Thomas h. sellers of the Canal Zone Com Community
munity Community Chest, announced the dissolution of the Community,
'Chest, and the 'transfer of the $2,852.03 bank balance to the
United Fundi- Pictured above at the moment of the transfer,':;
reading from left to right, are Governor-W. E. Potter, elected
president of the United Fund;;william C' Schmltt, treasurer;
' Chairman-Sellers; and William Jump,' long ,time active mem member
ber member of the board of directors' of the Community Chest who
'was named a member of the first board of trustees of. the
- ..-', United Fund., ; '

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1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones t-3066 Panama
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! 4 ; PRESENTS:; ;.

I

Jazz

Label

Wo

:f. li'ii' ;(;. -Ill

On Chris Connor

on whether he

helpful theB country, and the
party, J would De favor of It.

.' 'po. Rob-

1st William S..Girard.a lair

is warrantea.

fled in assuming w. - ,dl

martial woma

with grea v,

maker peterolumann, o be--hf
fttrt man to make a

By DICK KLEINER .'
-
NEW YORK NEA) Being a
jazz singer has its problems. Chris
Connor, a- Kansas City b 1 o n d e
' who is one of the bestf mphasia--es
one i the difficulties thafc crop
up every now and again:"--".;:?
, She -sings the way she feels- It

. makes lor great uBienmsr uuv
may '.Jeel : differently 'each t i me
she sings song; So,:; when h she
makes a "TV- appearance rand they
ak her to pantomime a -record,
she's stumped. .iv ''.-t;,'fHv; t
"I don't remember -how J. did
it when J; recorded it," ahe'.says,
, with a.big 8mile.'"That may have
been six month? ago; f.Just have
to fato'iV--V
. JExcept- lof that f Small worry,
she's pretty happy kind Qf per

son r-ane :nas reaauu m i
gal who nerer sang a professsion professsion-'
' professsion-' al note unta she was. 19, -she's da da-,
, da-, : ing fine. ,:v: t:-,; i-i.
, At' th ; momnt' sh' .inwol-;
' c;' in w proict Fof n t
thing, tht's aiming at broadtiy
ing .ir audianc. She doesn't
I. want to,b.typl.a ;luit iais
singtr aftr all, thaiV only a
.small difference between 1 a 1 1
end pop tinging, o her latest
r Atlantic Vreleae are using
: niAa tkatnu

L -r cine th "same as I always

lave," she say&, "but we're using
straight, background. Like ... on
Mixed Emotions,' my newest. And
' It's paying off for me. because al-
ready I'm- getting bookings in non non-'
' non-' jazs rooms,", '.;
The other project is a monumen-
tal 32-song album called "Chris
. ,1... r.AAVi,A flrhwin

Almanac of Song," a big title-for
a -bie Alburn. It should be ready

to June at theresbouts.

Powel Crosley

GabePanf
-v. i t

f Today, Tuesday, June 25
PJ. i.if
j.nn IPoafnrtt Rv1ftW .'

4:30 What's your Favorite (re-
' '' quests taken by phone

in Mawi j

4:35 WhaU Your F t o r 1 1

(cont'd) f t y f 1

S! 15 BLUB ""RIBBON SPORTS,

!., rwvtew (Pabst Beer)

:30-On sta i e A m 1 e a

, (WRUL '
T-nnTntfrlnde For Music

7-18 HOW k CHRISTIAN SCI

v ENCE HEALS 1
7:30 VOA Report From UJ3
nn wnrlH- nf Jazs

-t'rSO-OLlfe With The Lyons'

nnhfita taken by bont

till 7:30) 1
10:30-Music From Hotel p Psnr
'ama 1
lOHS-i-Temple.'Ot Dreams

u:00 Concert unqer me bit.

l2:po ign on. f. i i ii
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 28
.A.M. S 1 '" ";' -;v

6:00 Sign .On. Alarm 'Clock
jf-,tft. Club requests-taken by

- ? pnone uu i:w)
"T'SfLmrnrntrnr Ralnn Concert

' 8: 15 Church In The Wild wood

t: 30 Musical Reveuie ,v
9:00 News ",':' &. i-
9:15 Sacred fleart .V.f-'vV.
9:30 As. I See B,'ii',M
10:00 Newt t; '. ;

10:15 Spins .'and Weedles re-

, -X Baseball Star ;

T Antwer to Previous PuzzU

St

ACROSS

54 Smell -,
,55 Soak flax
DOWN
,'l'Joke
3 Presses
3 Courtesy title
4 Jump on one,
" foot
B ExDunie

6 Catch breath

7 Perfume

Born
- 9 Idolized
10 Morse and
!' Semaphore

11 Concludes

her to"un!earn the bad tricks she'd
learned as a t band vocalist with

Rabh' Flanaean and. in other

jobs. Then,- te- let her' "practice

wnat she a been taught, they got
her a joo singing in the CoDacaba-

na lounge : a gv j." ',.

For four months, seven mghts

a week from, 10 p.m to 4 a.m
against a background of talking
and clinking glasses, she sang. It

was no place to become a star.

but it was a wonderful spot to ex experiment
periment experiment with her pew knowledge,
And it waa th nla w h r

Jerry Lewis heard ber. 'He put

her in his act at Las Vegas and
on his first big solo. TV show. ?
Amsfil and lvv arc hrincinff hr

along slowly.' She's stying acting

ana singing, bne s not Deing rustl rustled
ed rustled they dont Care if her first
records are smash hits or not.
They know that someday she'll be
r "...

npe ior a croaaway musical ana
the better- hotel room They can

Wait. So can Judy. ? ,i
"There's no rush," she-; saye.
She's smart, too. N . -.

SAN CARLOS;- Watch-

iT Ji?hi f lieht in aignt

soiu i"-''H- tan islands:
PTiu?tSiUorWttiefun-Ollt

Moslem Leaders

Call ForHoly Var
Against France

r V.rirTTC fivrta. June '25

uAMMw-r-.--f erence

opened yesterday.,!.,;

A0-Ufe With The HfOM'1 'attacks against
9:00-You Asked rtKjttJUaaiJ.T

TT called f. opening ox

- i ...fun in. Atau

etrlntera for wlunfceers to
Islamic centers ioi : vuiu
innnort : the- national -;Agian

France. 'aiWOUM

. ,The conierci- "- r
ita.declslQQg tomorrow ;

Adenauer Recovers
From Mild Grippe
BONN, Germany, Jun
(UP) Chancellor Kpnrad Ade

nauer has neariy """f"-

from a mild attaccoi wv
and probably -will feturn t
wor tomorrow,, Bonn Govern Government
ment Government sources said today.
; nnv. ai.varid chancellor

"has been confined to his room

at his home at pnoenaori since
Wednesday,;: ;

i 1,4BaaebaU
'( atar,
He if the
i; Cleveland

h J 1- 1UUUUW
ratrhmr 1

.11 SUkworm
!l3 Harangue
14 Put on

IS Distress signal

lesucxy
substance
17 Unusual
18 Powerful

exDlosive 1 1 r.iiiiUi

19 Mineral spring Drives off

20 Legal point 2J chaste c
21 Walt at table w -

124 Contests of
speed t )
27 Scottish V
sheepfold
1 28 Turf i
j 29 Greek letter
Hi Cleopatra's
I -snake -,32
Japanese
I outcast t
33 Take evening
1 meal
'34 Winglike part
135 Encountered .-,
i..

41 In addition
42 Meadow
144 Slight taste
(46 Follower ,
.47nbarka

49 Sainte (ab.)
50 German article
51 Penetrate
52 Measure of
:'ei cloth
P3 Onager '

5T1 JhIAIu'I L a!uILI

1 A V .nU 1 L,L''
, l c fs X A XL'
5 r t'TX S2JT i- i "r t v t;
A a T nTS TX c sin
l ISSElEI fctrT-11 gOv,

25 Adopt i V' 39 Loader

26 Reddish metal 40 Name

30 Noun suffix

31 While'
34 Helpers J
36 Hurler-
37 Poker stakes
36 African
antelope pv

41 Opera by 'I

Verfll -i -43
Within eemta
form) y
45 Beast's ekla
47 Lion ',
48 Elders (ab.) :

Vinton (h::!n

kmcd Ambassador

To Luxembourg

to a ctmtfftTnM .Tun. 24 fUPV

-. ,1 flUlli i i w j -
President Eisenhower, today, nom nom-vinton
vinton nom-vinton ChaDin. lone time

'fnniim asrvice officer, to

bt US. Ambassador to Luxem
bourg.

ti. t. rnrrntlv Deoutv Chief of

Mission at Havana, ludb

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Men's Crusade

Marks Anniversary

iPk rki.tisn Mfn'i Crusade of

1UC VUW.
the Church of God in Paraiso wiU

celebrate its first anniversary to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Paraiso church,

The nroeram will begin promp

ly.atJtsu p.m. rne enure cum

munity is invitea.

Hindu Merchants
Name New Officers
The Hindustani Merchants Asso Asso-Matinn
Matinn Asso-Matinn held its annual general

meeting in Colon Sunday and -lected
officers for the new term

Among thoseelected were:
P, Jhangimal, president; Jv As As-sandas,
sandas, As-sandas, vice president; S. Poksr Poksr-das;
das; Poksr-das; secretary.,: flamed to t h te
Board of Directors were; Jhangi

mal- AssandasJ Pokardas, G. He-

mandas. ; Naraindas Jhamatnlal

and Naraindas BhojraJ

; ; quesu .taxen By pnone
' ,:'tUl 8:30) i'J,)ii i i-11:0b
11:0b i-11:0b News i V r.
11:05 Splng ; an d ," Needles

Sojourners Giving

Star-Studded Show

l1Ati. nnYnr tvsiv IStt th So

IniiwnArti Renevnlpnt FriendiV So-

r.Ptv for nresentation within the

navr tnw urfaoir ni a mi h l bluuuxu

show which will feature? one ot

the best known troupes perform

ing locally.- 1

Vhn nrnnn U rehpariinff for the

"His thing": whirhi nrnmises; to be

L "". ---1

both entertaining ana interesting.

Tickets are- reasonably, priced

Ann mav nn nan irom hut iiiciu

I her of the committee on arrange

menta or the lociety,

Crebfca Rcb:l$ ;

Spray A!-!:rs ;
Movb ViBilced;

ilT.1V.THT June .25 (UPV A

rebel car cruised past an Algiers

movie theater late yesieraay aa, ,;

raKed tne siaewaiK- vrowu wii. ,
machlnegun fire then ; sped

Police said tne gunmen ieij
one dead and seven wounded.
Grenade and pistol attacks ra
other Algerian cities during tht
past 24 hours showed the Na- ;
tionalista have not abandoned
hit-and-run tactici against the
civil population - .'
I A rebel grenade thrown Into a
cafe at Medea 25 miles southwest j

of Algiers, was kicked Dacic imp
the street by a French soldier,'
where It exploded killing no one)

but causing ligni wounas w i. ;
At. fiipmr.pTi near the Moroc

can border, a grenade hurled lo i

to a military laiior a anop vmj
wounded the proprietor slightly,
but minutes later a rebel shot
and killed a 71-year-old French Frenchman
man Frenchman named Calvet In another

part of the town.

KIU57PTY

Should Have Sent It by PAA
Ponamoi l5treNo.3.Te1.2-W7t
f. Colom'So1osBWTL1097"

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5-.-5i
T

DICK'S J FICKS: Jave pJ. Mor-

"I always liked Gershwin. 5ays,j,M(jt a slim week of new releas-

Chris. "But now. after poing ei. others,- "Moonlight Love" (Ro-

n-iphhnra ran testify to the truth
(Th Diamonds Mprrin-v

Always a succcmlui Go,-. (Buddy WhUtler. Uberty)

"Keep

ny)
(Jan

11 :S0 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News :Kr.-'A
PJH. ; .V'
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12: 15 M E L A C H RINO MUSi
- CALE -:"-
12:30 Musical Travelogue "'"'
1:00 News

1:15 Musib Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Ot The pioneers'
1:45 French In The Air V ;
J:00-iTex Beneke Show ;..
2.15 Freddy Martin Show -2:30
Music For You ... r

3:00 Hank Snow,, And His

. nainoow naiicn uuja
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorlta
(requests t a k e n by
', '' phone till 3:00)- ''.:
.6:30 News
:33 What's Your F a v r 1 1 e
.-' cont'd 4
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
- Pro cram

:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

. . REVIEW Pabst Beer
6:30 Hawaii CaUs (WRUL)
7:00 Halla Of Ivy -7:30
VOA Report From OA OA-6:00
6:00 OA-6:00 Music By Roth r
8:30 Musical Theater

9:00 You Asked For it (re-

. q nests taken by phone
V till 7:30)

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00 sign uii

Acids Gases
In The Stomach
Thtrrt nothing Ilka NantoaeM to
bring quick tlif to tho who tuffr
dliturbancc Sua to acid lndlgt!on.
dyapepaia or ethar aUnMnti eauaad by

la a new vroauet made

eapccially to rallava over-acldltjr. You
hava nevar experienced aucn a rapia
relief. Buy Neutraetd today at any ra ra-nuUMe
nuUMe ra-nuUMe drURstor. Take one teaapoon teaapoon-ful
ful teaapoon-ful diaaolvad In a half alaai of warm
water after every aal: That a an yo
need! -

Young Driver Saved

As Overfumed Truck

ax this clnro

UL U119 ilVWI J j

operatic tenor, he never did njucfM", ,; wonderful!" 5.

in the real, pop ueia. -,reerce, KCA),
' months ago, his 17-year-old daugh- . -'.
s ter, Susan, asked him why he nev-J Unusual tand good) new; vocal
r AiA nv rhvthra tunes. Jan, an albums Frances Faye is a reve-

honest man. said it was because lation singing folk songs on her

h didn't feel at" home in them. iew Bethlehem record it s terri terri-s,,i
s,,i terri-s,,i .rnff.rf nd volunteered to lien Rosemary-Clooney is backed

coach nimThis she did for sev- ly the Hi-Los te "Ring Around f f 1 J I J
eral Weeks," and the 1 neighbors, Re-sie on Columbia; Connie Eos-p I nfJQ 1020
heard it all. So did RCA -with the well does her old hits over- again! ,-7 7

- result that Jan Feerce nas recora- wnn Dacsing oy me unginai Mem- r.,,B(1
- ed a rhj-thm song called TWonder-Jplus Five on RCA; a fine new STCXTON-ON-TEEa. .England.

fful Wonderful!" wnicn i pimj ussonmem 01 diucs on morgana , ,v. ..k
wonderful, .t that , ; t King Sfngs I eBh,e.- (Mercury,; itt

., . y .. 'love oh'.ts py iwo singers in tovc v""-i j L r
Th pith (4 true success nev-j Shirley Jones and Jack Cassidy a fountain of desth
' er runs smooth. Take Judy Scott. in "Speaking of Love" on Colum- The 22-year-old Aiver s Unk
rv:.w ? thmiffht. She's hi. tmck. carrying 4.000 taDnos M

v. ia...,rj,M who is Jerry) C.rxt rhanirfj: for mtr rlassiral sulphuric acid, vertuned PO a

t .oHc- nratoee and a good bet plea sure "Horowiti ia Recital curve and burst.

for big-ume stardom. URCA) has that virtuoso playing
Sbe d come from Durango and vide assortment of pieces in-

TVnver Colo., where, al i, s n ciuding "Mars ana ipes orev

- i i'. is .. -,.,..,';' v
,

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for

5Ceatjiries

4srhil Royal 6slstit sra
peclaf IUi baportii tT.
aergi ttU)a rrarYtavj
Sal torsi UUin v m 91
to raoars.eceiiMlcal, tsei irh
at servi mm toftlgMT
. Royal rM
In 7 gtorious flesvers I

.-. tniuref in ri!i

seat, the windows rackCy closed
against as early morning cUa, the
acid cascaded down ovrr the cab.

.n Nsilie rorousn m uie ex: ine laiesi sensation, nanea-

. i j r, ,w .1 nrri- i f -. . h u .

,.inn of "South Paciiic," to go considerable talent playing Liszt's' Firemen looking :se men tram

r ii :- X Vnrlr Rllf

tO COUCKC in ,cw j

got way'aid mio -singing ior aivu-

- She was tt"e-.l
manigrrs. Irfi Arnfd
Levy, t,o fr1"1

she;.-ino .""onremn No. 1 and Hun.

anan Fantasy on.AnJel: Leon

-irehner rlay bis own Piano Con-

two istu'e fprtn, ;:h '.trfoulos and the
r,d Jrrj : Fhilharmonip-Syrr phony ( New
:hs getting 'York, on Columbia.. .

Mary in heaw mbber boot, coat
and gioves finar.y tttrti the
your.g driver and puT!H-hi'!i ctear.
it took Oie m U;ree ho irs ti rrjtra rrjtra-.
. rrjtra-. leu H(f i r t" y 'h
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convenience in iniernational commerce not afforded through vsual export aw
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'American markets through rapid service from bonded stockpiles ta the Zoae,
which also permits light manufacturing and assembly operations and rcshipmeM
abroad wittiout duties or consular fees..
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ai'tioe't two largesi cities, Panama and Colon, with electric, gas and telephone
services, is meeting the chalrrfife of Panama's growth. .The company has sa sa-creascd
creascd sa-creascd Ms output of electricity II percent ia the past 10 years, and aa expansion
program is now in progress whKh wiU add a additional 23 per ccai to tawalM
capacity by I5I. O-.

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GOV AND MRS. WILLIAM E POTTER WILL GIVE
DECEPTION IN HONOR OF LT. GOV. AND MRS. SCHULL
i4 llnvitationi have been Issued by the GoTemor of the
CiiriftMMi MM. William E. Potter f a reception to be
; SJsUmSmw night in Honor of Lt. GoTernor and Mrs. Her-
mhThe reCcep"ion will be held at the ".voli Guest House
' The Schills will be leavinf next month to make their
! home in th States.

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gion Legion Club at Ft. Amador.
The couple left to spend their
honeymoon in Costa Rica.
idtlM Laii Clark Married
To Clinton J. Atkinson, Jr.
Miss Lois LeMay Clark, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr.. Elton E. Clark of 1
High Street, Portland, Connecticut
and the late Mr. Clark, became
.v.. hrila rJ 1Ur riintnfi 3. Atkln-
son. Jr. in- NewYoi'k. City- on
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.inn 21. Hi. Da rents are Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton J. Atkinson, of Ce
rfar rvnft Cumberland. Vireinia.
Mrs. Atkinson is a graduate 01
Syracuse University and is employ
ed at the Wesleyan University
Prpss. Mr. Atkinson, an alumnus
of the College of William and Ma
ry, hold? a Master of tine Arts
degree from Yale' University. He
is Instructor in Drama at Wesle Wesleyan
yan Wesleyan University.
After July the couple win at
home at 101 High Street, Middle Middle-town,
town, Middle-town, Connecticut.
Friend Invited
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Wedding, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Proback
of (Balboa, announce the marriage
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wards, also of Balboa. Both the
bride-elect and ner imace are
graduates of Balboa i Hlgn scnopi
and Mr. Edwards Is attending Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma State University. :
The wedding will use piace at
ct Mrv' Hall on Saturday. June
29,' at four o'clock. No invitation.
have been sent lor tne wedding or
for the reception that will follow.
in the t ern Koom 01 we utuu
Guest House, but all friends of the
bride and groom are invited to
both the wedding and the recep
tion.
Col. And Mr. Stanceck
Announce Birth.
Of Fourth Child -
rvi anil Un Jim KtancocK oi
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nu.v kir rnriu Raia announce
the birth .of their fourth child
anl first son,- Joe Antnony, on
June IB at uorgas nospuai.
Cuott Rabbi To Give' Talk
ti.kki iai Npiimm. suest rab
bi at the Kol Shearith Israel tem
ple, wa invited to De speaner i
. ..,i..,t.a .t tha Rpnpficencia
Israelite of Panama Thursday at
8:30 p.m. t
nakhl Manman phone a. HI. to
pic "Germany Revisited," which
will De pa sea on n reimu
..... n (lormanv duriniZ Which
time he had an opportunity of stu
dying diange. inai nave
niara in thatleountry within the
past few., years. ;
Memners ana menus ic wv. wv.-come
come wv.-come to attend the talk.
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The most successful wives are
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A vman dsn acomohsn th's
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lui, over nis heaitn, constantly re
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always wanting him to be safe
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A wife" makes him feel like a
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
IF you are a noticing nerson.
sdme day soon you'll see an ex expression
pression expression come into vour babv'a
face which I'm going to call the
open iook." : v
Maybe you'll lust have nursed.
burped him, put him in his crib.
for a moment or so he 11 he there,
steeped 'in content. Then suddenly
he'll' hiccup. It will be hi. first
hiccup. In a flash ofn time so swift swiftly
ly swiftly gone you'll wonder if you ima imagined
gined imagined it, you'll see the ODen look
a look of purest blankness un
touched even by surprise, it will
say to you, "What is this stance
thing that Just happened to me?
is tut. cyicup good and safe of is
it bad and dangerous? How am
1 supposed to feel about it?"
He's begun to ask you to define
the world to him.
WITH the open look, he'll often
be asking you to define it from
here on. It will appear on hi.
face when he bumps his head for
tne nrst time, drop, his spoon,
hears a raised and angry voice.
How you respond to itwill have
measureless influence on his trust
of all future experience.
in a Just-published book called
"Childhood and Adolescence" by

Hauling Florida Out Of Seax
Pqsesftough eggl Problems
TALLAHASSEE. June 25 (UP) the approval, of the state Cabinet.

Florida, bke Holland, is pulling
itself out of the sea by it. own
bootstrap, but apparently i. hav
ing more trouble than the exper
ienced Netherlands.
Also, if the comparison i. valid,
there is less trouble and expense
in the Florida operation from an
engineering point of view, but a
great deal of trouble from the le legal
gal legal standpoint.
To reclaim land from the ocean
in Holland, huge dike, are built
around the proposed land, the wa water
ter water i. pumped out. It', just the
reverse in Florida where a land
promoter pumps the sea bottom
mto .a shallow off shore area,
smooths it out and call, it a sub
division.
As could be expected, this ha
brought about considerable li litigation
tigation litigation In tho state courts,' with
one suit presently filed against
the governor and tho state Ca.
binot by three St. Petersburg
land developers who claim, tho
Cabinet it holding up their land
development.
Is 1921 the legislature passed
the Butler Act which, in effect,
Drought about a good deal of to
day', trouble. Under the act an
upland ownar, If he wanted to ex extend
tend extend hi holding., could get title
to acre of underwater land adja adjacent
cent adjacent to his own merely by filling
it in.
In some places entire bsy. were
clogged with many fingered pen pen-insulas
insulas pen-insulas of white .and pumped
from tha bottom of the tea.
The 1937 Legislature, la an ef effort
fort effort to bring some order from the
submerged land chaos, repealed
the Butler Act and passed a new
law making it a bit more difficult
for land promoters to obtain sub submerged
merged submerged bottoms.
It gives counties and cities, with

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Matriculation began a. Of June 12th $5.00
Administrative Directors: RUBEN D. RODRIGUEZ
and OLOA PULICHB
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bites her tongue when she is tempt tempted
ed tempted to criticize or find fault or nag.
GIVE HIM CONFIDENCE
It is important for her to mhae
him feel her dependence on him
faith in his ability to look after
her. One of the reasons why it is
ofte" mlsH'-( for a wife to pn
to work unless she has to is
1 ujcaue it so onen seems that she
has lost, confidence in his ability
to make a Jiving for his family;
1 1f she wants to contribute to toward
ward toward his feeling of masculine pride
and strength, a woman doesn't tie
an apron arnund a man's waist in
an attempt to turn him into her
household helper.
; When you get right down to it,
it's fairly simple; If a woman en enjoys
joys enjoys being a woman then she will
enjoy making her husband feel
every inch a man.
teaching psychologists L. Joseph
atone and Joseph Church, I find
these words:
"The baby's experience of him himself
self himself and of objects is shaped to
large extent by what his parents
communicate to him about it. Ac According
cording According to their signals, things are
exciting, .disgusting, mysterious, a a-larming,
larming, a-larming, pleasant and so forth.
Sometimes when a baby is bump.
ed on the head, he doesnt even
know that his head hurts until he
sees, hears and. feels his parents'
worry."
THESE are Important words for
new mothers.
As babies ourselves, our moth
ers answered our open look with
anxiety. So we ll feel it too when
our baby falls out of his crib and
bumps his head. We'll put the 1 1-dea
dea 1-dea of danger into his still uncor uncor-appeal
appeal uncor-appeal of hi. open look, we can
own fear of it. -
But if we become aware of the
appeal rf his open look ,we can
easily resist Jhe impulse to rush
to him with panicky cries of "Oh,
my goodness,, what have you done
to yourself?'? r
. Awareness of our measureless
power to make or break his trust
of experience, helps to control our
own inherited fear of it with love.
the authority to establish bulkhead
lines beyond which filling will not
be permitted. v
It also gives to the state Cabi
net Trustees of the Internal Im Improvement
provement Improvement Fund, who are charg
ed with tne submerged land prob problem,
lem, problem, title to sovereign submerg submerged
ed submerged lands except navigable fresh wa water
ter water lakes and underwater lands
previously -sold. The trustees may
sell the lend only when it is not
contrary to the public interest,
and sales can only be made to upland-owners.
In many of the submerged land
cases now before the courts, it
has been non-upland owners who
infringed on upland owner s right.
that caused the trouble.
Under the new law, any upland
owner Tvho want, to fill inside the
bulkhead line of hi. property must
get a permit from the county com commission
mission commission which, in turn, must sec
ure authorization irom tne atate
Cabinet
During the Legislature, the Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet nut off until the new bill was
passed, dozens of submerged land
problems. Now that the Legisla
ture wa. passed and the governor
signed the act, ail these will come
up for consideration plus any
new problem, brought about by
the bill itself.
The state has no idea how much
submerged acreage ha. been turn-
ed into useable land. But examples
of what can happen with filled
una. are eviueni au over un aiaie.
At Miami, for instance, a largo
portion of that tourist mocca Is
built, on land that was one sea
bottom.
State land agent Van Ferguson
said land developer, pumped fill
for almost 13 year, to make the
land on which many of the, multi multi-miilion
miilion multi-miilion dollar resort hotels were
built -
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column should : bo tubmirttd m
type-writton form and mailad oo
tho boa numbor liitad daily in 'So
ial and Othorwiio," or dolivorod.
b hand to tho office Noticos of
mtotingt cannot bo accosted by
telephone. ,
George W. Goothanl.
Horoo of .7 .
Bivouac Tonight
The June bivouac of George W.
Goethals Camp, Heroes, of '76,
will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Pier
i0, Balboa. All Heroes are urged
to attend.
Freedom Balloons
Grounded In Europe
MUNICH (UP) v -Officials of
Radio Free Europe said today
the big plastic balloon. that car
ried 300 million uncensored news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, over the Iron Curtain
have now been grounded 'indefi
nitely and perhaps forever.
Authoritative sources said .the
balloon barrage "appears to have
outlived its usefulness at least
for the time being."
For ZVi years., the balloons
soared over Eastern Europe
twice a month, carrying news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, to the captive peoples of
Hungary, Poland and .Czechoslo .Czechoslovakia,
vakia, .Czechoslovakia, f r,.
- Roars of fury from' the Com Communist
munist Communist world bore w i t n e s s to
their'' effectiveness. Red propa propaganda
ganda propaganda blamed the baloons for air
crashes, explosions and; fires.
Fighter plane, and border guards
tried to shoot .them down and
still they came.
The program was curtailed last
fall, when Hungary and Poland
demanded greater independence
from the Kremlin, i It has now
been suspended altogether.
'Authoritative sources said the
scattering of balloon-borne news newspapers
papers newspapers in tense Hungary today
probably would have' no effect ex except
cept except to aggravate harsh Soviet
repression in that country, v
The source. said continued bal balloon
loon balloon barraging of Poland might
drive Wladyslaw Gomulka'a "in "independent"
dependent" "independent" Communist govern government
ment government closer to the Kremlin.
These sources said RFE does
not consider it worthwhile to con continue
tinue continue the campaign solely for
Czechoslovakia, which is virtually
the only Soviet satellite state
where there have been no repbrts
of major unrest in recent months.
Write-In Votes
nj' trr :yi. "': ; .-.; -i::m r"!
Sweep Out Oen;5
Town In TurmoiK
EASTVILL!!. Va.. June 2S (UP)
This small town on the east eastern
ern eastern shore .of Virginia was In an
linrrinn rnlion 4-1 J .an..U A J
usIvan bvuajr uvcr w0 ivsusta wi
tszWi
"V UiftJVl RUU 1119 aiA-uiaii EUUU-
cll out of office. U :
Elected on write-in votes were
their wives and in one case the
mother of a councilman-
The women, however,, refuse to
case office. They said the' posi positions
tions positions have been "made light of."
The men don't want their Jobs
back, either. They feel they've
been made laughing .tocks.
The trouble arose after the
election. June 12 In which on only
ly only 24 of the town's lit reen reentered
tered reentered yoters turned out. The
write-in votes which swang the
election apparently were east
as a practical Joke.
The women say they had noth nothing
ing nothing to Ao with the situation and
have Issued a statement declin declining
ing declining to accept the voters' man mandate.
date. mandate. ;
Mrs. William R. Shannonhouse,
who defeated her mayor hus husband
band husband by one vote, said the town's
plight has been attracting- a lot
of attention elsewhere.
"We're getting calls to be on
television shows," she said.
"Magazines end newspapers are
calling us all because of a prac
tical joke." ;
Mayor Shannonhouse said the
Circuit Court of Appeals will
have to decide what to do lithe
women remain steadfast against
taking office. The present offi officials
cials officials are scheduled to step out
Sept 1. .
Ex-Corqas Worker
Julian A. Games
Dies At Age 75
Julian A.- Games, Barbadiaa,
are 75. a former employe of Gor-
eas Hospital died on Monday at
2 a.m. following a short illness.
He had been a resident of Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre for the past 18 years.
Survivors are his sister. Mrs.
Matilda Weekes and family.
Fuaeral arraaeements will be
announced later.
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Pravda Sees Menace In Rightist
Reaction To Mao s Spring Words

MOSCOW, June 25 (UP) The
Communist Party newspaper Prav Pravda
da Pravda informed the Soviet people to today
day today that right wing elements in
Communist China are trying. to or
ganize an "offensive to over
throw the Peiping leadership.
Pravda disclosed to Its readers
something of the political, ferment
provoked In neighboring Commu
nist China bv Mao Tze-tung's fam
ed speech of Feb. 27 that opened
the way for more free discussion
of political isuses.
The Soviet newspaper reprinted
without comment an editorial in
the Peiping People's Daily analyz
ing popular reaction -to Mao s
speech on the theme: "Let a hund
red flowers bloom, let a hundred
schools contend."
Tho Peiping editorial, entitled
"Unusual Spring," said tho Chi Chinese
nese Chinese masses understood Mao's,"
proposals, for resolving internal
differences between Communist
loaders and tho people by moans
of discussion and criticism.
But it added that "certain right rightist
ist rightist bourgeois x elements, dissatisfied-
with socialism, are ; doing
Canada's Indians
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Refuse to Attend
White Schools
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'' SAULT STE MARIE, Ont (UP )
Indians on the Garden River re reserve
serve reserve prepared today to tomahawk
a plan which would transfer ISO
of their children to white school
next 'fall. v 'VS','-
Mrs. Clifford LeSage paid
"Every woman in our tnbe,; has
sworn she will go jail before al allowing
lowing allowing this." ; ,-'v a.
The school is six miles awayi
but Mrs. LeSage said the mothers
were not obiectinf to the dstnce
but to the fact their children
would be- "rated 'second dais peo
ple" and "made to feel Inferior
in-a school attended predominant
ly by whites... 1 1 .
' Chief William Pine, M,' -skid,
"We have three goo schools here
and the children ar happy. We
are not going to stand for it nd
thM-e will be trouble.'', .
The rpooosal was made by the
Indian' Affairs Department on the
grounds that reserve school pupils
would be "better off throii"h in integration
tegration integration in a modern world."
Taking pains to wrap a pack package
age package attractively Is one .way of
adding a bit of special meaning
to even the most inexpensive
gift The pretty wrapping says
You are a very special persoa.-
Of course. It doesa't make up for
a completely unrmsginauve guv.
Bat It aaas a hit of graciou-
to the gift that is chosen
wltk ear.

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their utmost to exploit .the party's
position." ..- .-
According to the editorial) cer certain
tain certain elements within the Chines.
Communist Party 'doubt, the wis wisdom,
dom, wisdom, of Mao's liberalism and fear
there might be outbreak, or-dis
orders in China similar to the Ev Events
ents Events in Hungary.' : : ;
; "Right wing, elements 'contend
and bloom by contemplating an

offensive against the sociahst sys-
.tern, overthrowing the leadership
oi the proletariat and the Commu Communist
nist Communist Party the Peiping editorial
declared. .. r : -. v;..- )'
.v.'1'-' ::ry::''-:y:'rf-x
, ."10 such a .case tho working
class and tho revolutionary In.
telligentsia cannot but carry out
a decisive counterffensivo."
The Peopies Daily said that at
the beginning, of May the Com Communist
munist Communist Party asked for cooperation
of non Communists in simplify simplifying
ing simplifying political methods in China. But
it added: :
t4T :u :..i n j jt
iikuiidl riciiicnia necincn znm
time for action had come.' They
not only exaggerated mistakes
and shortcomings, trying to ere
ate an atmosphere permittinr dis-
cusion ,of only- mistakes and not
positive wings as successes; they
began to asesrt that bureaucracy
is the product of or synonymous
witn socialism." i
Cpps Hab IkllznH
Mayor AiTcschsr
Cries 'MMzrf'
. REGGIO CALABRIA; X U 1 1 J.
June 25 (UP) Police arrested
Pietro JVucera, romantic' mayor of
Roghudi, ; today after 'school
teacher jTancesca zavauen tola
them she didn't clone clone with
him, she was abducted.
The arrest gave .a new twist to
the Calabrian love story t h a t
started with the school teacher's
aisappearance June iw. .-
Roghudi Villagers v told '' police
then that the 40-year old mayor
and nine pistol-flourisbing cohorts
had kidnanod Miss Zavatticri and
carried ber off to the nearby
mountains because she :. rejected
his courtship.
When federal police found the
fiair in a mountain cave four days
iter the school teacher said tha
kidnaping really was an elope
ment. She said they aid it to. e e-verride
verride e-verride objections of their "fami
lies to their marriage. -, r;
The couple said they planned t.
marry is tne next lew Clays.
But Alias itiTamen relatives
called m the attorney-general
here yesterday and told him Fran
cesra had never, intended to mar marry
ry marry Nucere. They said there : was
a long-standing feud between the
two families, started When, a rel
ative of the mayor murdered
Franceses', father many years a-
The school teacher confirmed
her family' story. Police arrested
Nucera and started a search for'
his nine friends who helped In the
abduction. '-',.,
Shooting Mishaps
Kill 2 Youngsters
PENSACOLA, June zSiVP)

Two aepsrate shooUag accidents
took the liv of a young hoy and
girl here Sunday. .. .
Raymond Preston Debus, li,
was killed when a gun accidental
ly went off while friends wki ox
amining it oa a bunung trip. Ho
was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwin
win Edwin Dubus of Cantonment.
Nancy Diana Hahan, 12, div;jH.
ter of Mr. aM Mrs. Charles T.
liahn, was killed by a shot from
a pUiol Iwld her brother, de deputy
puty deputy Sheriff Phill.p Eeal said th
broiher. "sam. IS. was W -g
at a 22!.nt n
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The Cristobal-Colon Tigers Club
willsponsor a grand dance festi
val on. Saturday June 29., at tne
Strangers piub of Colon. Tie dance
wilt feature the well Known or
chestra of "Lucho Azcarraga" and
his orean. Besides door prizes.
lucre win uc aii cjuuuilivu- v
' featuring Casa Fastlich Jewelry
' and fashions from Madurito's of
' 4u ii i u : v. : ; .... B i, n
Panama and Colon.
Durinz this festival, the Cristo-
bal-Colon Tigers Club will request
the euests that are oresent. to se
- lect. ,bv eeneral aDDlause, tne
- "lucky girl" which will represent
the club in the forthcoming
"Queen, of. Diamonds" contest
which will be sponsored by Casa
' fastlich at the Hotel ranaroa
, la the -very near future. j..
Tickets may bepurchased from
any jnember of the Tigers' Club,
at Cast. astuch, ranama, ai ma
dUrito's. Colon. Or at the Stran
gers Club.' Price of admission, will
' be $1.00 per jerson.
. Reservations may be made a a-head
head a-head of time by calling The Stran Strangers
gers Strangers Club,-telephone 167, Colon.
' siofctfub. '
' Head For ,
' Bogota, Colombia :
The SKAL Club of Panama will
travel en masse to be guest of
the SKAL Clubs of Colombia, leav leaving
ing leaving on It AS and AVIANCA A i r-
Unes Friday. They will spend one
day in Medellin and two, days in
Bogota1 as guests of the respective
bKAU Club groups in those cities.
The visi to Medellin is returning
fa visit paid by the Medellin SKAL
Tccnraer Accused
CfjlL":. Grcndaia
lfi Drunken Frenzy
! YAZOO CITY, Miss.,yJune- 25
(UP) A murder charge was
filed today against a 17-year-old
honor student accused of killing
his prominent grandmother dur-
log a drunken rage in her plan plantation
tation plantation home near here.
But Marlon Falkner .III sat
glumly in his- jail cell and re refused
fused refused to make a formal state
ment .about the slaying of Mrs.
Marion Falkner after first ad admitting
mitting admitting he beat and shot her
Saturday.- '- 'V -; .'
In bearby Jackson, his divorced
. came to her son's defense -with
statement she did not believe
be could have arrived at the
grandmother's home in time to
commit the" !rjme and leave the
furnishings" in shambles.- : V
Mrs. Falkner, a secretary,
ksld Marion was in Yazoo City
fantll 5:10 p.m. Saturday and
he did not believe be could
ao traveled the 20 miles to
t the Falkner home in the Ger-
mania, community by the time
the body wag found about 5:30 i
' .. by servant. 1:'- --j
. The victim,, widow of a prom
inent Yazoo County planter, was
found In the hall of the 10-room
home; shot several times with a
pistol and shotgun. Marlon was
asleep or passed out on a bed
and the Interior of the home was
wrecked, officials said. - '.
s County attorney Griffin Nor Nor-ejuist.'said
ejuist.'said Nor-ejuist.'said Falkner, described
as auiet serious student who
was graduated, from high
school three weeks ago,- had
keen' drinking. .; -r "..'-:.
! NorouUt said he "temporarily
waited'"', a preliminary hearing
and was held without bond pend pending
ing pending action of a grand jury in Oc Oc-ber.A'r'.f
ber.A'r'.f Oc-ber.A'r'.f -j v
Norqulst said be knew no cause
f argument between the youth
and his grandmother other than
it was a "family fuss." He said
he 1 knew o basis for reports
there was an argument ever "a
girt",;. ......
."IIIE TATTERED
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Whit irrned to the wom woman
an woman In the tttrd 4rT See
THE T4TTLEED DRESS- In
rinmt-ri vhirh orrvs
Tii'-lU-:.O.f AT THE CEN CENTRAL,
TRAL, CENTRAL, siarrfeir Jeff Chan Chan-C'.tr,
C'.tr, Chan-C'.tr, Jrinnt (rain. Jack Car Car-n,
n, Car-n, Gail Ra;i. Elaine 8te 8te-wirt
wirt 8te-wirt in the slory of a tatUr tatUr-1
1 tatUr-1 e-rt t tht exposed a town's
' J.rn trill

flub to Panama last October. Tra
veiling with the group will be:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith.

Mr. Arthur J. Undo, Mr. Michel
Heimoz, Mr. James Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs., f rank zeimetz. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Fidanque, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick, Bauer. Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Burke, Mr. and
Mrs; Cyril smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Castillo," Mr. and Mrs. Ca
milo Fabrega, Mr. and Mrss Jor
ee Saavedra, Mr. Manuel Graia
les and Mr. and Ms. Robert
Hatch. ' i
Mis Susie Magte "J
Is Kellers' . ,
Houseguest '
Former Isthmian resident Miss
Susie Magee is here for a visit.
She is staying with her brother-in-law
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Nor
hert Keller of Curundu. :
Susie is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Charles F. Magee, who now
make their home in Mattapan,
Mass. .i . 'S v t
Acri2li$l Moihir ;
Slips Hubby's Grasp:
Bui Survives Fall
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UP) A
28 year old circus aerlialist suf suffered
fered suffered broken bones when she ap
parently blacked out and slipped
from her husband-partner's hands
to a cement floor 35 feet below
Sunday. Nearly 5,000 persons were
in the audience.
, Lili Kristensen, blonde mother
of a two-year-old son, was report reported
ed reported in "'very 4 satisfactory"1 i condi condition
tion condition at Memorial Hospital here.
She suffered fractures, of the pel pelvis,
vis, pelvis, ankle, wrist and arm.
Circus officials said the couple!
never used a net in their act. The
accident came during an after
noon performance of the Ringlmg
Brothers. Bamum and Bailey
Circus at the Charlotte, Coliseum.
Sven Kristensen said that 'just
before the accident he was hold holding
ing holding his wife by the ankles while
he was 'suspended 'head downward
from a bar. The act called for
Kristensen to transfer his grip
from his wife's ankles to her
wrists as v she swung herself up upward.
ward. upward.
"He said, however, that when
she reached up her hands did not
lock on his wrists as usual. He
said they "just slapped against my
wrists limply." He said her wrists
were wet with perspiration and
she slipped through his hands to
the coliseum floor, : padded 1 only
with a thin sheet of tarpaper and
beaverboard.
: ,"She must baye" gotten "Srck""ii
there and blacked out," he said.
Two other acts in progress con continued
tinued continued their '. performances as oth
er performers and roustabouts
rushed Mrs. Kristensen to the lob
by to await, an ambulance.
2 Weeks Needed
To Make Repair?
On Flattcp FDR
PORTSMOUTH; Va June 25
(UP) A naval spokesman said it
will take two weeks or more ,, to
repair the 40,000 ton aircraft car
rier Frasklin D. Roosevelt.
The FDR, crippled last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday by a steam-line burst which
killed two seamen and injured 34
other, docked at the Norfolk nav
al shipyard Sunday. Five men
were' seriously burned by steam
and at least 29 others treated for
heat' prostration or exhaustion af
ter the blast, during a training ex
ercise on me Jionaa coast.
The spokesman said that the re
pairs may delay the FDR's ar
rival in the Mediterranean where
it is scheduled to join the 6th Fleet
next month. ;
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its hvrlj fiTOT, and Hum mm it
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lick has volunteered to furnish
Dlentv of seats at the patriotic ex
ercises in Margarita on juiy
Gov. W. E, Potter is acheduled to
speak there at 9:30 a.m.
According to plans under way,
the Committee has scheduled, a
full day of activities, co-sponsor
ed by tne Margarita Kecreauon
Ass'n. and the Cristobal Yacht
Club.-
Tickets are on sale at $1 per
family to defray the expenses of
the, fireworks; which will climax
the program at .7:30 p.m. The
Misses Marie Bleakley and Wendy
Cotton, assisted by other Girl Girl-staters
staters Girl-staters are handling the sale of
tickets and will be on duty at the
commissaries and service centers
daily to accept donations:
Several civic and fraternal or
canizations have donated door
prizes, which will be given away
during the vdayiy;-g.s
It has been suggested that all
members of the Armed Forces
U.S. employes of the United
States government and all other
Americans residing on the Isth
mus contribute to m a k e the
Fourth a gala celebration of A-
merican Independence y
Snako-Dance Act
Goes Over Big
AI Clayton IICO
Members and guests of the Fort
Clayton NCO Club unanimously a a-greed
greed a-greed .Saturday night that they
saw 'one of the .best shows to be
presented at the club in many
months. -: i'-.
- Ton honors for the evening's en
tertainment went to the Vic Maner
snake-dancing act, which kept
the audience on pins and needles
from beginning to end.
Dancing to the. tune of an Afro
Cuban Rhythm Dlaved by the Chi
co Lewis combo, Maner pranced
round the dance floor with a sev
en-foot boa either' wrapped around
his neck and shoulders or writh
ing on the polished floor, while his
partner, Grace, danced witn a
smaller snake, the head of which
she sometimes held in her mouth
as she beat out the pulsating tem
po .with ber' nimble feet and flex
ible" bodv. ' '
; Other crowd.pleasing V numbers
on the Clayton show, produced and
directed by disc jockey newsman
Dave. Constable, were Larry The
Greek, who thrilled the audience
with, his sure-footed roller skating
dance on the slick and highly-polished
dance floor: Gloria. t h e
Caribbean cyclone; and Lord ipe
licious, the Prince of Panamanian
Calypsonians. in addition to the
Two Notes, song stylist Penny1 u
ribe and folk-singer Hildaura Sal
Requiem Mass
A Requiem' High Mass for
the repose of the soul of the
late Mrs. Maud Wilson Thom Thomas
as Thomas will be sung at the San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Roman Catholic church
on Thursday, July 4. .
The mass, to which friends
of the family are invited, will
begin at 7:15 a.nu, v ;
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MARRIED IN NEW YORK Miss Lois LeMay-Clark, daughter
of Mrs. Elton E. Clark of Conn, and the late Mr. Clark became
the brldeof Mr. Clinton J. Atkinson Jr. in New York City,
. June 21

Teen-Aged Boys Drown

In Minnesota

; By UNITED PRESS
Floodwaters Inundated rich
cropland and drove families from
their homes in Minnesota today,
and new, floods plagued North
Dakota and Oklahoma.
Four persons drowned Sunday,
two of them in a rescuer attempt,
when their boats overturned on
a flood-swollen tributary of the
Mississippi River ii southeast
Hastings; Minn. 1
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Dead were two teen-aged boys?
Anton Lynn and Wayne Frend
rich, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Lovejoy, about 40, all of near
Hastings, a xnira teenager, jean-
ette Kaiser, Hastings, swam to,
sarety witn the aid of a lite
Jacket. f -!v'i:.; v ;.Af
Authorities said the youths!.
boat J overturned and witnesses
Called for tfielp. The Lovejoys
went to the- aid of the -youths."
and their boat tipped over in the
rescue attempt. ...f xr
The worst flooding' : occurred
along the1 Minnesota and Crow
Rivers, which drain into the Mis
sissippi. The Mississippi was ex expected
pected expected to crest at 15; feet. 6
inches above flood stage, at St
Paul by Wednesday.
About 25 families were forced
to flee their, homes along the
Crow, which discharges into the
Mississippi near Dayton, Minn..
Farmers along- tne flooded
Minnesota suffered disastrous
washouts similar to those which
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occurred in 1951 and 1852. The
river, normally only 200 feet
wide, was fswollen to nearly a
mile at some points.
The Knife and cannonball riv
ers in North Dakota also left
their banks ; and swept; over
thousands of acres of farmland
Elsewhere, hot, humid weath
er clung to the East,, but relief
was promised in the form of a
I cool air mass that pushed as lar
isoutn as northern Texas ana
Texas
east to the mid-Mississippi Val-
ley and the upper Great Lakes
The advance of the cooler air
produced scattered severe thun
dershowers, with the heaviest
rainfall reported at Nashville,
Tenn., which was hit by more
than an Inch of precipitation.
Army Draft Call
Lower I h Aug ust
WASHINGTON, June 25 (UP)
The Defense Department to
day cut its Army draft call for
August to 11,000 men 2,000 less
than in the four preceding
months. -
The department said the low lower
er lower draft call was made possible
by1 increased enlistments and re re-enlistments.
enlistments. re-enlistments. ;
The Navy. Marine Corps, and
Air .Force do not intend to make
draft calls through selective
service during August.

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Casey Says Baltimore Pilot
i .w;;. 'j. ; .' vry ,' 'V-'"" ,; ":;

, Has: Made Respectable Team

Out of Bunch of Hand-Me-Offs

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By MILTON RICHMAN

. NEW YORK, June 25 (UP) Casey Stengel de
- scribes Baltimore manager Paul Richards as a "jug

gling genius," and praise from Gaesar is praise in-,

deed. i
, That man Richards has taken a bunch of hand-

me-oiis anu maae uiemjmo a aownngnx respeciaoie
. ball thiV Stengel says;

i nLkari1 hafhe once downtrod

Ben Orioles looking to. respectable
iu.t th.v hvn' taken 15 of their

last425 games and today are-osM

1-2 games away irom

Elks Basketball

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Begins. Tonight

At Balboa Gym

vision.-. v 1
Like Stengel says, most of the
1 Orioles 'are discards from other
major league clubs, and last night
two of them, pitcher Skinny Brown
.nH tharrt haSfif an Billy GOOQ-

tnan; combined talents in a 6-0 vic-t

' tory-over me ieirun iis-

1 t Brown, plucKea irom we mw
v iy Richards after undistinguished
showings' with the White Sox and
Red Sox, set the Tigers down on
five hits and. made liberal use of
,;. iriuu-kU hall in striking out

Six batters.
V Goodman, .hittlna a cool .343
fih-rfng attaisod from Bos Boston
ton Boston 10 days ago, contributed a
two i run homer and a single in
Baltimore's, 12-Mt attack that
sent Duke Maas down to his
fifth .defeat.

Th victory was the Orioles

ami, in thir lat seven games,

' t .D.lrlim omahnri St. Louis. 10-3.

and Philadelphia mauled Milwau-

xee,-m uic uiuj "'
league games scheduled last night.
The defeat handed them by the

Dodgers cut the uarainais rcau iu
the National League to haU a
game over the idle Redlegs, who

t3..;A irtvnnnAfl to third.

St. Louis led 2-1 until Brooklyn
Com .Tnnea with a SIX run

. ..u. in th aeventh inning. Pee

Wee' Reese and Carl Furillo con con-,
, con-, nected for one. Joe Cunningham
of the Cards also homered.
The victory went to Carl trs trs-kine,.
kine,. trs-kine,. who pitched the first six in innings
nings innings and then was relieved by
Ed Boebuak. Jt wwV
first victory of ho season and bis
first ajnee- lastSepU17.
. Home runs by Stan Lopata, Ed
Bouchee and Rip Repulski enab-

fodnv incanto 2S .15
WAHOO! f 115.0
Bill Haley 'Ricitrdito in
"Don't Knock The Rock"
John Ireland In
"HELL'S HORIZON

'Today IDEAL .20 .70
"KING OF THE CARNIVAL"
; Chapsi 10
"I DREAM OF JEANIE"
"MISSOURUNS"

led the Phillies to move withis i
game and a half of first place.
Lopata hit his with one on In
tho first inning off loser Warron
Spahn and Boucheo also hit his
homer off Spahn with two en In
a four-run sixth. Juan Plxarro
yielded Rapulski'a homer ,with
ose on In the ninth.

Southpaw Harvey Haddix gained
his sixth triumph although giving
ud all 12 of Milwaukee's hits in

the 7 1-3 innings he pitched.
The Braves, who lost Joe Ad'

cock with fractured ankle Sunday.

had two more players injured last

night. Second baseman Red Scho-

endiensi hurt his bac in a fill down
the dugout steps and had to quit

after live innings, and reliever
Dave Jolly was hit by' a batted

ball in the eighth.

Catcner Del Crandall played

first bate for the first time in sev

en years after Frank Torre' was

removed for a pinch hitter in the

sixtn.
Pitcher Lino Donoso

To Get Married At
Mexico Home Plate

MEXICO CITY. June 25 (UP)-

Cuban. pitcher Lino Donoso of the
Mexico City Tigera baseball team
has sent out invitations for his
wedding next Saturday at the So Social
cial Social Security Park here.
The ceremony with a Mexican

bride will take place at home home-plate
plate home-plate minutes before the be (tin

ning of' the scheduled game be

tween the .Tigera-, and, .the ..Nuevo

Donoso. who" shares with Mar

tin Dibigo the strikeout record of

the Mexican Double A League
with 18 strikeouts in a regular

nine-inntng game, had the invita invitations
tions invitations distributed duripg yesterday's

game et tne .Mexico city Ked
Devils and the1 Tigers.
This will be the first time a

player decides to get married at
the Social Security Park here.

For the fifith consecutive year,
the Elks Lodge 1414 of Balboa is

sponsoring a. lour team basket basketball
ball basketball league made up of boys from

ine naiooa senior Him Nrhnn

ihe league race gets underway

tonight at the Balboa Gym with

two games.

This year there have been two
minor changes;, the first, consist consist-in
in consist-in of the starting -time of the

games, and the second, a change

m tne names oi ine teams. Ail of

tne games will be played at Bal-

Doa uym. on Tuesdays and Thurs

days, beginning at 6:00 and 7:00
in the evenings, The new names

appear oeiow along with: the team

rosters.'-: .... m -
Meeting in the onenina encnunt

er of the 1957 Elks League tonight.

will be The Dons against the

mikes. In the second same of the

evening, the White Mules will take

on tne Boilermakers.

This year as in the past four,
no charge will be made for the ad admission
mission admission to the games, and thw gen

eral puduc is cordially welcome

to aneno.

Team rosters for the 1957 aeav

suu are-louows;

The Dons;
R. Barbara Cant. A. Nahmad.

W. Engleke, W. Libert, M. Schoch,
R. Morris. A. Laeassie T. ., Me..

Aeown

1 Dukes:'
C. French Cant.. R. Perei. 3.

Potter, T. Cunainaham. F. St.

wart, A. Carroll, D, Dumbrowsky,

curcn.

White Mules:

G. Barbier Capt.. P. Deleado.

w.. rrencn, t Mccououen. K.

Caldwell, J. Price, D. Ryter

uoiierm alters:
L Kirland Cant. R. Blevina.

G. Cosca, E. Folse, E. Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, D. Hatcher. L. Sieele. L.

Thompson i.

Editofr. CONRAOO SARCEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Major League

Rid. DE JANEIRO, Brazil (UP)
--The Soviet Union will send a
team for the next women's world
basketball championships here be beginning
ginning beginning Oct. 14. And the Russians
have invited Brazil to send a team
to the men's international basket basketball
ball basketball tournament to be held in
Moscow. July. 30-Aug. S.

TODAY

and Tomorrow!

CECILIA THEATRE

0.60 & 0.30

FOR ADULTS ONLY!
All the wonders, Intimacy, boMness' of Paris' midnite
life!... Its fabulous shows and women!... It's thou thousands
sands thousands of pleasures and thrills! . It's naughty I It's sexy I

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ALSO:

PARIS HT. THX RAW! AboolaUly" Not For Children!
"NUDITY Iff PARIS

Two and a half hours of delight (For Adults Oely)!
In Paria you would have to pay hundreds of dollars
to see what these pictures show! t

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LEADING IATTERS

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(Based on 150 official at battl
National League

P. and Club
Musial, St. L.

Fondy, Pitts.
Hodges. Bk'n

Robinson; Cincl.
Aaron, Mil.
Cimoli Bk'n
Mays. N. Y.

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GA1RH Pet.
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52 207 25 73 .353
59 228 33 78 .345

63 261 50 88 .337

65 276 50 92 .333
54 219 40 71 .324
63 238 48 75 .315
59 252 40 79 .313

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READY FOR THE START Driver' Joseph Grills and his navigator, Mrs.' Grills, in their '1957

Fiat 1100 TV roadster as they await the "go" sign from-starters Mr. and Mrs. Bud Weischaar
at the ISCC's empire range rally. Grills,' one of the committee members for the cross-cpunj
try trip scheduled for 'June 29 and 30, drove to the Interior last weekend tQ plan J the event.

Isthmian Sports Car Club s

Cross Country Ral ly June 30

feam

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Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Brooklyn
New York ; -Pittsburgh
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Chicago

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Blasingame, St. L 62 267 48 81 .303
Moryn, Chicago 56 198 31 60 .303

American Laiaua

Mantle. N. Y. 62 212 so sa

Williams, Bos.
Boyd, Bait.
Fox. Chi.

Skowron, N. Y.

cerv, K. C.
Malzone, Bos.
Lemon, Wash.
Wertz, Cleve.
Sievers, Wash

392

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61 199 35 68 .342
62 242 39 81 .335
. 60 233 37 77 J30
52 162 16 53 .327
63 258 25, .83 322
65 250 30 78 412
61 212 38 66 .311

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MERMAID Balboa High School's Harriet Gunderson takes
the turn while winning the 100 meter free style event during
the recent lnterscholastlc swimming meet Harriet is one' of
the favorites to triumph in Elks Fourth of July Swimming
. Championships which will be held at the Gamboa pool.

HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Bravea 19
Musial, Cards i
Moon, Cards 14
Snider, Dodgers .14
Banks, Cubs 13
Robinson, Redlegs 13
, Crowe, Redlegs 13
Aferican League
Mantle, Yanks 21'
Williams, Red Sot 19
Sievers, Senators 15
Zernial, Athletics 15
Maxwell, Tigers 12
Skowron, Yanks 12

RUNS BATTED IN
, National League
Aaron, Bravea 55
Musial, Cards 53
Hoak, Redlegs 47
Moryn, Cubs 41
Emus, Cards 41
American League
Sievers, Senators 52
Mantle, Yanks 51
.Showron, Yanks 50
Wertx, Indians 46
Minoso, White Sox 41
Jensen,. Red Sox 41
Pitching "1 W.L Pet.
(Baaod en 7 tWlaiena)

Shantx. Yanks 1 JOO

Sanford, Phils -- t 1 .900

Schmidt, Cards v 1 .837

Trucks. Athletics 1 .857

BuhL Braves 8 2 J00

Player

Feller Proposes

Becomes Free Agent

Five Years In; Big Leagues

WASHINGTON. June 25 (UP

Bob Feller. Vho pitched for the

Cleveland Indians for bis entire

20-year baseball career, proposed
today tnat a slaver become a

free agent and be allowed to dick

er with any team alter ne spenas

five years in the big leagues.
Feller, now president of the Ma Major
jor Major League Baseball Players As Association,
sociation, Association, was scheduled to outline

his views to a House Judiciary Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee studying whether base

ball should reuia immune irom
anti-trust laws.
Feller ana) another e fcaae fcaae-fcan'f
fcan'f fcaae-fcan'f all-time groats, Stan Mu Musial
sial Musial f the St. Lewis Cardinals,
were vlated to testify following
Warren Giwa and William Har.
ridge, presidente of the Nation National
al National end American League
Feller told reporters he would

urge a five-year limit oa the oper
aOooT of baseball'B reserve clause
aa far as Major Leaguers are con

cerned...

The reserve clause binds a play player
er player to tne team witn whicn Jie
first signs a contract unless he is
traded or sold. It .has been criti criticized
cized criticized as providing a- f 0 r m of
"peonage" for piayers, particu particularly
larly particularly those who are stuck- in the

minora. 1

The Isthmian Sports Car Club's
next event, a crosa-country ral rally,
ly, rally, will be held next weekend,
June 29-30. The members of the
club will meet at the C o 0 I i
Clubhouvs at 9:30 a.m. Saturday,'
June 29, where- Bud Weischaar,
will take charge.
: They will then proceed as a
caravan to the Santa jClara Ca Casino
sino Casino where the rally a straight
ahead type will start. t,v-
.There .will be a one dollar, eh-,
trance fee for .each, car parti participating.,
cipating., participating., First prixe will be a
trophy donated by Auto Service
S.A. of Paaama, City. f t t
1 The Club inlands to remain o-,
vernight in the interior Anyone
who attends is advised to bring
an overnight bag. Reservations
should be made ahead of time.
Call Robert Harvey at "-Gamboa
0-219. p '
The group will return as a ca caravan
ravan caravan to Panama City orr Sun

' Today's Games"
, Brooklyn at Milwaukee (NX -New
York at Cincinnati. (N)-u
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) 1
Only games scheduled ' ;.
-. Yesterday's Results
. (Night Game)

Brooklyn; 100 000 603--10 12

St. LOUIS 200 ouo uio 3 7. 1

Erskme (1-0), 1 Roebuck a n d
Roseboro., i
Jones (4-3),-1' Mizell, 'Merritt and
H: Smith.
' 1 .1 .c ?
' "(Night 6m),-''
Philadelpihia 200 004 022-JO 13 (T
Milwaukee 110 000 020- 4 12 2

Haddix (6-4), Hearn and Lopa Lopata.
ta. Lopata. 1
Spahn s (7-5),i Jolly, Pzarro nd

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams

New York
Chicago
Cleveland 1 -i!
Detroit,
Boston
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington

W L Pet.
39 23' .629
38 23 .623
34 28 .548
,33. 31- .516
33 31 .516
29 34 ,452
22 38 .397
22 45 .328

Gl
?
5
7
7
lOtti
14
19Vg

( Today's Games 1
Cleveland at New -. York (N)
Chicago at Boston (N)
' Detroit at' Washington (N)
Kansas City at Baltifore ,(N)
', Yeaterday's Results
(Niaht Game)

Detroit , -000 000 0000 S

Baltimore 000 201 21x 6 12 I

Maas (7-5).: Aber: Sleater and

House. 1

Brown (2-3) and Triandos. 1
Only game scheduled. x ,'

Crandall, Rice,
Only games scheduled.

'HOOF BEATS
' ., IBy Conrado Sargeant

. 1

Cleared Bauer

May File Suit

Against Jones

.NEW YORK, June 25-(UP)

Cleared of a felonious assault
charge by a gand Jury, New
York Yankee outfielder. Hank

Bauer today planned to file suit

Lagainst his accuser lor false ar

rest and malicious prosecution.

The panel refused to Indict

Bauer yesterday on a charge he

slurred Edwin Jones, a deiica

tessen store proprietor, during

an altercation In the Copacaba
na Night Club May 15.

nniv f three lockevs were sus'

Dended over the weekend ,oui

manv fines were' dished out to

rule-breaking riders and trainers

The stillest penalties were

eltrht-meet,. suspensions to Gmo,

Sanchez and Amado Credidio.

flnnrhm(i ot Dunisnea ior

crossins Frljolito ,i (Bias Aeulrre

up) with Mayrita in aaturaay s
fourth' race:, Credidio was set

down for repeatedly crowding

Febrero TI (Fernando Alvarez

up) "With' 'Little Fool inthe sey sey-pnth
pnth sey-pnth race on saturday.U t

The only other rider suspend

ed was Ellas Ortega. He was put
on the sidelines for crowding Re Re-gia
gia Re-gia (Andres Gonzalez up) with
Bugaba' In the third race on satr
urday. ' '''':'' '"'?-"',--.''-
Fernando Alvares headed the ;
list of those fined when he was
v slapped with $25 for being dis disrespectful
respectful disrespectful to the pad dock
judge- and the weight judge.
Alvares had an additional 10
fine for- delaying '. Sunday's,
eighth race by being late in
adjusting the weights wn Ger Ger-manio
manio Ger-manio before leaving the pad

dock. 1". ? f '' 5, -.V:
VirglUo Castillo was klso fined
$10 for disrespecting the starter

while aboard Royal Stream

Saturdays secona race.

eavlly backed In (he mutnels
too. Hostigador, another high- A
ly rated newcomer, showed!
nothing In his debut on Sun- ;
a a 1 ... 1 K.

; uay. aunioiuicr tfic oijr oiu oiu-'
' oiu-' er entry, H. 4 1 1
' -0O0 ,'
.Classic specialist Chlroke, like
many, other .so-called "track:
champions" before him, failed 1
when asked' to carry the maxi maximum
mum maximum burden against the track's
best In Sunday's main event,-;.
A horse, four years old or old-

ri..u iiiuvrs 111a niiaiiiuiuumiiii ca. 1

bility only when able to shoulder
more weight than the opposition
and still win.- Mossadeq and

Polemon were two examples of

this. They .won consistently un until
til until given topweight." Then their
supposedly ''marked, superiority
rniilH not hp nrnven. '

Chlroke probably is
the r mest horse In train training
ing training in Panama at present but
the Stud Colon Boys' jcolt muat -first
prove that he can" w'n
with 126 pounds before we Will i
,ta- he label "track eham- ,
pion" on him. V i.
Many ; horses like ,"Microbio,
Royal Coup, Okinorl, Main Road,
pinard. etc.. repeatedlv ; scored

in while carrying 128 pounds against

tne Desfopnosition. -timers use

Clarence Stanford, the bwner pupucicy;. wisniui Tnougm,

tront. f WKnnv nm finpd i o Tamesis, King's scepwe ana

Bauer Immediately announced

through his attorney he would

hold Jones to "strict accountable
Itv" for the false arrest and add

ed he would seek both com compensatory
pensatory compensatory and punitive damages.

The grand Jury, action may

have pulled the Drops from wi wider
der wider Jones' $250,000 Supreme

Court suit for damages. Bauer

was served with a summons last

wek In the damare suit, but no

' hill nf nartlculars has vet been

Feller said the averaea "life" ,x - t

of a player in the Major Leagues t. '-'
is years and he t beUevea 5 v
years is tne maximum time the e 1'

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reserve clause should operate for

major ixaguers.' , 1
After he spent five years in the
maiora a Player, would be free to

bargain with any club he wanted

to under Feller'a plan.

coin narnage and Giles were

expected to oppose viaorouslv anv

time limit on the operation of the
reserve clause, as did Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick last

wee-.

Frick pictured e 1 chaeric
scramble far player talent"- if
the clause were wiped out. He
aid even if it were Mriouily
modified It would tend to "de "de-errey
errey "de-errey public confidence in the

: tame and impair the morale I
I f club and players."
: One of baseball's officialdom
yesterday advocated a six year
limit 00 the reserve clause.. This
suggestion came from C. Leo De
Orsey. a director of the Washing Washing-toe
toe Washing-toe Senators.
i De Orsey said the average Lfe
of a major leaguer ia less t h. a a
five years and "there is no need
of keeping him chained for life."
However, De Orsey said nothing
should prevent a club from enter enter-!"
!" enter-!" a lo-rerm font r act for a pe-j
riod beyond six years. I

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1 SANTA CRUZ :15 1:45
i "Slaves of Babylon" and
Trim Tvtor Manhunt"
CAWP BIFRD :1S l:3
I "THE LAST WAGON

for belne disrespectful to; the

starter, during Saturday's fourth

race in 'which ahis horse trailed.
FellDe Perdomo and i Ernesto

Fenton were-fined $5 each for
going to the paddock late to

sqHHIa nr Tnrlti anH TTpnch In

Saturday's second and third rac really earned the title.
. resnertlvplv:": ,U1 .i,f OOO -'

Scsrlexv scampered to .victory
under 1 132 pounds on repeated ,v
occaslons to prove that they
were worthy champions. There-.
fnr. ra Inelst. fhat rThtrnka

should not he referred to as the
champion 1 until f htt' has

Larry Tomlinson got a $5 set

back for taking Joe's Fiddling
late to the receiving barn t for

Saturday's seventh race.; .? ;

Royal Stream, which trailed In

Saturday's second race, and Put'
teado. which ran noorly In Sun

day's sixth race, were each set
down' 15 days for pulling up lame

by the track's official yeterina'
rian. '...- i

Sweet ..Windsor.. Ebony and

Michirlpa were given eight

each for their,, poor periorm
ances. Z . j- ;'

Track manager Pablo A. Thay Thayer,
er, Thayer, who has done a lot to stir up
Interest In local horse-racing
and improve the game In every
phase, has announced that there
will be free admission next Sun

day on the .occasion of Panama'

National Rea cross aay. -
The big race on June 30 will,
of course, be the $3,000 added one

mile National Red Cross Classic.
The track's best three-year-olds

have been entered for the event

At the moment, favoritism
seems to be divided between
; the Daniel CI"ifU entry of
' Sclntillatlon-Paquetito and P P-sibiemente.
sibiemente. P-sibiemente. However, Tieqnest,
Ezcasay and Impressive new newcomer
comer newcomer Santairon ere rare-to be

fDRI.vFrlN'!

? Roeello Treios. one of the doz- ..

ens of brilliant products of the
non-existent Juaa Franco race racetrack,
track, racetrack, yesterday scored two vie--torles
aa Belmont Park. In both
instances. Ted "The Slasher"
Atklnsda finished second. ": -.
. Trejos copped the fifth race a a-board
board a-board Muezzin while Atkinson
was the runnerup on Scylax.
Muezzin's time for the mile and
one-eighth was- 1:51 '3-5. Tha
winner paid $14.10. $.60 and,
$4.20. "
The Panamanian lad also won
the nightcap aboard Connty Bay
over one mile and one-sixteenth.
O-Two, Atkinson up, finished
second. The time was 1:44 3-5.-County
Bay paid $3.60, $2.80 and
$2.20. '.
The' best Atkinson could do '-was
was '-was three nlaces while the ereat

Eddie Arcaro was also blinked :
with two second place finishes.

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JOE WILLIAMS

Baseball i fine these Hajf. In fct, It ia Just one flne fter
Bother. Even will Harridge ... of 1 Pople . wi taklnf b J
wlntr'Vhc' Yankeee had belittled his oftice nd if they didn't
ABolorke he'd fine them $5000.; '.'"'--"' i.;-
FarrldKe Is presideat of the Americau League; ji Pleasant.
mtiVbSuM lanocuooi gentleman who renerate. the status quo
' and abhors turmoil In any iorm. We would not have been
ustounded if told he had tafcen upstrlp-tease dancing than we
' were when he heard he was cracking down on club owners ..
wpeclally the Yankees, who are supposed to wield as much pow power
er power in inter-league councils as on, the ball field, i '
wr iifni frridff was ever solns to assert Ws authority this

had to be the time, because the Yankees' effrontery in nfl
'' toe, he had slapped on their players for fist fights and bean bean-ball
ball bean-ball fplsodes was a Ulrect challenge; he either came to nps

lin ,11, or. gut -""-Tfc

Tli b idea ox picking up wic i"o u .;t
' Dan Topping. One never Ws for certain who is xWMfW
S Yankee decisions. Del .Webb, the other
, bush-league pro ball in his younger days. George Wlsj-has
b r front-office man for 30 years. Topping hits a long ball
, A-Sf-.'f!i..kiiit'i that thi bim was TfrnVinrs baby. A more

practical baseball man would immediately J,te '5Ised tt
. protesvw ImplicaUonsjTd) the Yankeea W onlf Condoiie row row-dvlsm.
dvlsm. row-dvlsm. hut 21 encoware It. How else cou id you Interpret the actT

.But no matter whose, baby it w Pointed .up the xane
unique talent for attracting unfavorable publicity;- -M':f;Mr
How the Yankees ca be to mrt in.most pMses.of their
fabulously auccessful operation,' and so dumb in others. i con con-ijlcuoisly
ijlcuoisly con-ijlcuoisly public relatlbnV is. as we have observed previously,
fir possible to understand. T .'

They Mast

Vrhfr way they handle their news developments,; they almost
f'' W v..T --..All nrf hod nllhllCltV tft COOd

ffSffi'Srt 'itferS nobody 4n"the
MararmYV'wMtleed appreciation of such matters, or
KobodK-W ItS a combination of the two
' In any case, we know of no other blg-ieague dub thathas
- i. y r ti.i- nortfciait riAoartment. A classic

on tne very oay wicy na iwu wu i -- ---f -..,
. CT. . ii ...flmtntal rftiim that, lost- all possi-

jast season, a tw""" 7
. i-i i kma.ii. nf ntrrwioimlv

e meaning because of atroc:ousiy

. Mn ,-centIv a series of incidents occurred wn.cn

a.dintemgy handled, w.
' iuspiclon which followed.
' There was the awempu m
playS"V pVtlclpated'ln

party had been neavuy linea. jviuzaicv. ww,
discuss T the matter with ; baseball writers owr1 toet?atm;
ii.. ..rit.,aii hecams known i. .. as sooner or later

f h.rf tA weiss loftllv explained: rwa ieej wieciuua

Aions with the PWer. oirw
m,. with the players off the

do is got Jogether on their stories.

.! press Pampers 'Em r

' The Yankees' are not alone
nothlne improper atout tne

ri.,h. tin t.h. baseball writers wnat mey wam u vu ---1

bo reTet You can hardly blame them. aei'
have been letting them get away wtih Ktntatu.

To man in Weiss' position, w uuimw, -the
Yanked sign 4 talentedhlgh hool pitcher,; and a Uie club
tuu every reason to expect that the event, will Jeuitably fea fea-'
' fea-' r.A rvie..ryr.r,nrt. th following day. But when jtot of

1 th r olavers are fined a total of 5550O lor puo ciwuS
Sav-Ung an, mention of the aflaij by the newspaper, is an ln-
Ta8lVaSVthl.nd
.;i.not.toTat
eonceabnent and deception. And when exposed, they ery Iojii
eoncsaimeni a the tmouB dfai for Conntry
SUuVhtS 1! August W-SiSt yet'ad-
fit : timi; waivers were asked last summer, their exceedingly
" RMel KC Athl promtir took; him, off the
list.- : y.' -

Fans Shaphig Up
M S tar Lineups

STIVI SNIDIR
kfw vonit. Jum 23 rUPl
The voting fans are shaping tip
vs a 111
one of the best major league ah-
. at a.
Star lineups in many a year iot
this season's mid-summer
bate-
ball showpiece at St. Louis July
stars like Ted Williams and Stan
. n '! akv'ra nBrsiinv mc uiu aiv
Musial as weU as talentea jonn jonn-nyomelatelys
nyomelatelys jonn-nyomelatelys who really rate
like Frank Robinson and Hank
Aaron all solid sockers.
, Barring some last "minute stuf stuffing
fing stuffing of the ballot box before the
polls close June 27. few deserving
stars will be ousted, from .the
starting lineups. V ,.
This corner's annual ballot dis disagrees
agrees disagrees s bit with the current
Standings but these we like:- ;
1. NaUonal Leafue Staa MuslaL
Cardinal, lb; Red Schoendienst,

Braves, 2b; Eddie ..,,Mu,w!'Jthe Tigers. The poll rates GU a
(Braves, Sb; Roy McMillan,-Red-j..le8l,.. c,nmdat ,t third, though
lamt Frank Robin son. Red- v. i i

kgs, If: 'Ulie Mays, Giants, cf;
Hank Aaron, Braves, rf; Ed Bail Bailey,
ey, Bailey, Redkgs, e.
( -k --
The .Junior Le-
f "' -
t American LeagueBill Skow Skow-ron,
ron, Skow-ron, Yankees, lb; Nelson Fox,
While Sox, 2b; Gil McDoogald,
Yankeei,3b; Harvey Kuenn,-Titers,
sr. Ted Williams,, Red Sox.
If: Mickey Mantle, Yankees, cf;
Al KaUnT Tigers, rf; Yogi Bern,
Yankets, e.
There'll be the usual hurt feel feel-in
in feel-in gs wnea the final ballots are
tabulated and a guy wit a right
to wp xcept he wouldn't is
tig Gil Hodges of the Dodgers.
Gil it having the best season oi
Us 10 year career at first base.
He's not ocly a peerless fielder,
but tbn year is socking the ball
around Q. Even that doesn't
rate b!m our vote over Musial,
who hits evtn higher.
Jdhnnv Tmnl of the Redl
i? runnn; a line race lor accond
base in the Naiional Lflfue but!
&-hfnd'?ni4 f.ill is the league's

1 .ft,ih..tH nO.Own
Love It
, r "v
DOOf tUTUnK. ? :
toor BruT'.
. " thi :iv
auvutcas wc :'H-
Held are emuiaenuai.
-.
' ' ' 1 1
InJheir.aUitud that (here
.:;:LT;i
1 Of Best
In Years
Don Hoak'.oflthe Redlegs Is
for third base but Eddie's bat
speaks with more authority. Roy
l. ...II k Dauublnn'a Inn 1 aan a
vmpwii. www;u ivuB-M.
1.11 .4.. aAVa.t kail a!lTf1 Ka.
all-atar catcher, has slipped De
low Cincinnati's Bailey, but in
the outfield with Robinson, Mays
ana Aaron wnos gonna argue r
.' Retwrnee
Vie Werli'of the Tieers hai
beea .the oublic'a ,leadinf first
base choice and there'll be.no
wanin.hara if Hi nAnilip Mnm.
backer makes it. Skowron, an im improving
proving improving slugger with a keen batt
ing eye, nevertheless is our
choice.
Fox has. second all to himself
snd Kuenn rates short despite the
iaci i uui ud i one m nu grrai
seasons.- At-third, it's old reliable
McDouesid over Reno Bertoia of
h nlavt thrre rare.lv
The lemainmg four choice t--
Williama. Mantle, Kaline and Ber
v una ma, aaanue, jvaiuie ini xrr-
rs strictly are automatic on this
ballot a I they are with most of
(hoaa lh fana arc Dushint toward
the baseball-commissioner's tabu
lating machines.
line micium. -
And when theee super-rtsrs fi
nallv acruare awav at St. Louis,
they should produce one of the
great classics of this summer Ser Series.
ies. Series.
t.

: 7T.V ..:

' v v v SPRINGBOARD '1

" 4s7 A V -WME 1 1 T J I -"ALU ARGUMENT about
6?'L". 1

VAhJTTT'Ti1. fphrft nffir dfsnleasurt
Lrtth ,thri Martin Influence on Mic-
bad M..H mntlvntort Hlllv the
J1CJ 1UHIIU1. vl
Kid's inclusion in tne tt.aycee swap
r:;Vi..M rmhnr...nd m7v-
,:fr"-.hV sWirhw'.' tra in
' Jsckie. Robinson, that rising col
the Dodgers' move to'jacaiei 1
Los Angeles stomping grounds..
a
Eight icouts turned down Harry
Simpson, tne new '.xanaee acquisr
. ..j.j .u. (, him I
whirl in their system... Eddie's
palsy with- Globetrotter ooss Aoe
aperstem,,'. wnj rj was gcouyn
Cleveland
Jimmy pemaret's post-Open fe
-r rT ,..;
thVhead and Imagine I beat
1 u (Dr Cary -, Jliddle.
rn VI-
coif
Mayer)
straight tournaments tbisyear.
Middlecoff is, suffering rpm cal
rionMIK III Dlf DOUT... CUB-
inff ppii aonv .. d has been re
ferred lor treatmem w jucuuui jucuuui-nhv;of
nhv;of jucuuui-nhv;of Ocveland a Notre! Dame
II 4rin- tha' nrOr foot-
rrM...n .nil haa 'develOTed an
ultra-sonic, method ot mssoiTw
tnem.- ?--'
New golf, ampioir Mayer, was
once a ocx :. oronw '"'.''
Wall Street but couWat aeep
his mind on DUSineaa... k .v
The JbuTies' gauge f success'.
, j:..i. Frank Foweii IP
ports the largest, number of, re-

quesU" for passes ince.tne jpen- ; 00
aant-winnlng t.rJTilWSSSi on stage, gab. a

x hava.turnea ud
gain for the first time, since then...
Maie McDonnell, the Phils" bat
ting practice pitcner tana coacnj,
has 11 years in on bj y"
.nn .nd has never, been lna
professional game.v.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAtV ;
'shnrv,' St hemavders sky-
aiuanina M-ffuaffa atood him in
exceUeirf stead at last Wednes
day's Skeeting affray on the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Guu Club lawn, but the high
hnj.ta kirt (mm atatinn two BSC to
ed scatheless twice,' and in so ag
gravating a sequence as. to spou
hla aaniratinna to a De.r-
feet round, but to hold his long longest
est longest string to 21. r
ct.4" is i 50 for the aft-
uuv. j - J
ernoon, however, served ample no-i
tice on au sspiranu to uopny
honors at the CoL H. Rice 50-
Bird Skeet Shoot scheduled' lor
Sunday morning. June 7, to ex
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to drwk Shorty t beer, but
i.ui o.tv.." n v.-.w .
nnn. ; An that ar-ount at wit
naaki "Tiwr" Caaanova'a 22 and
22 for the same rounds. Art Sut
ton "fioccio d 20 birds down in
hit first round, but his experi
ments with a tightly choked double.-on
the second go produced
more noise than broken clays.
George Lopp, newly added reg
ular in the use, displayed con
siderable latent skill and love for
sunning, but needs time, practice,
and a more open bore.-
Some light being left aft erf .le'
Ckaatfa kail von lo Mosi. a rftitad
U K yard Trip was hot:

Evarv "rarular- ef the Gold," ,e". ZLm his

Wm. BraiKfl -CoftkIe.
Cook
rtioi'T -.
Joe Eurler ;
Lcpp

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20
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a. vrvArf rallofar Dick Farrell
of the PhUs has no calf at all on
his left leg ... result oi a- ooynoou
polio attack...
The man pulling the-strings for
new 'heavyweight- sparxier aoy
Harris fit Houston is Lou viscusi
(Willie Pep's old uide) ... Harris,
t...k.a hnnl ia all TexSS
he's got a piece of four oil wells. wells.-but
but wells.-but if they want to buUd him up
. vin a.ta with Patterson in
iui m "t -- , i
,au Kmm.. KAttavinntiaann jhiin. a 1
A3 JO,. fc.w 1
gainst 'YVUire- r aauauu 1 i J" uj
don t taxe a .ngnier
away from home... ; ; V ,.
nnataval. it TACanf. Jim
Norris pays his busy lawyers by
Ska la. '' -v f. "I '.t i
Hits uvui --. r
wmia Mavs. red hot property a-
eain. is going on a post -. season
night to, stand on stage, gsb. and
answer questions ... While Brook
lyn's worried, about the? pennant
. a .ITa lav gaiairf in tf
race,- Boy .uampaneu, cr
because he doesn't nave, wi i uroc
to enter ma
races on Long island Sound.,
Between you.n me, a a
didn't think it was dignified for
umpire Larry Napp to be a fight
referee v.untU he got mw to-
middle ot mat xanner-mmc v-
bout at come piaie..
By ifANS MARDON
Wrltttii for Nf A Service
...rpTTrtW. -Tha riattaf hits S
drive JPhich Is inches from clesr-
ing the left field leuce. out
j a.J 4lu.hH th bSll.
It rebounds off his hands tirrecUy to
the outfielder, wno wu -throws
to secotid. The ninner u
tased out. What' is this?Frsnk
Philbin.- ? .' i ", r ' .."
Answer: It is up the umpire. If
.l. w.u .ra niiphai while above
... m 1. An., lt all IT BOniC
U1C wau wi. ,
his
Judment as to bow much the run runner
ner runner could have gotten under ordi ordi-ntrv.circimstances.
ntrv.circimstances. ordi-ntrv.circimstances. Under no con
ditions would he call the runner
out at second.
O. About half way to nrst oaae,
1inarvina. It runt
parallel to the foul line and ex
tends to first case, wnai
purpose? Lou Dattolico.
. t,a etiraarmt line set
ting off the psth the runner should
trsvel to first base. A batter run running
ning running the last half of the distance
between the plate and first base
while a pity Is being made on hint
,n ha rilled Out If he IS Duunuc
Li WE v as -va ""
the right of) the three-foot line
(t
inc.H. t in the If ft ofl the foul
line and in doing so interferes with
the phv ia the umpire's Jude Jude-ment.
ment. Jude-ment. The runner can rnn outside
of the three-foot line or inside the
foul line if tninf to avoid a field-

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CLASSIC HOPEFUL -'- Ezcasay scores by a long neck over
'mutuels favorite Qolazo in Sunday's sixth race. Ezcasay, orr
last, displayed excellent form to rate a good ctiance in thl
coming Sunday's $3,000 added one mile Panama National Red
Cross Classic for three-year-olds. The head of Suntonner, an another
other another classic entrant, can be barely seen one length back of
Qolazo. Alfredff vasquez rode the winner whi le jBraullo Barn
had the leg up'on Oolazo. Ezcasay Tpaid a Juicy $20.20 win
., dividend.

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Judge Bans
Wirtz, Norris

From Garden
NEW YORK; June 25 (UP
Defense attorneys for the Jim
Norris boxing monopoly today
nuaiea uie pusaiouiues ui ap
pealing Federal Judge Sylvester
J. Ryan's knockout decision I to
the United States Supreme Court.
Norris 'said, "whether we ap
peal or not, I Intend to remain
in boxinr if it's only in the
midwest.""
: Judge Ryan's admittedly
! "drastic decision apparently
bans Norris and - his partner
Arthur Wlrti permanently from
bit-time bdxlng In New York.'
i mho it.notra varrfl.t. read veS-
terday from, the bench in U.S. i
District court not onjyaissoives
the two International Bbxlng
Clubs permanently and divorces
Norris and Wirtz nermanently
from the Madison Square Oar Oar-den
den Oar-den Corporation, but it also stives
the court permanent Jurisdiction
over the defendants and-, their
fltle-bout activities. ,
I And one of the major reasons
for the "dissolution and divorce divorcement"
ment" divorcement" in his decision was the
Judge's desire to restore promo promotional
tional promotional comnetltlon between the
east arid midwest.- '."
j On March 8 Judge Ryan
fonnd the; Norris boxing em
1 plre guilty ,o' monopoly In It
S conduct of title flsrhts. On of
jthe tirlhcln'al reasons for that
(verdict was ttie Interlocking
.! directorates of the Garden
Corporation, the Chicarn St
'; dlumV Corporation and the
IBC's of New York and IlHnoK
; 'he Oarden Corp. owned the
BC of N.Y., and the Stadium
- rvirn nwneit thm IRP ef HI.
! Yesterdav he ordered the two
Tor-vrHsi!niiid affective next
Monday as far as their function
ing is concernea. on jvionaay uc
Judge will give his "iinai iuok iuok-ment"
ment" iuok-ment" contalninjt the machinery
to carry out yesterday's orders.
LEHI, Ark. (UP) The 250-mile
nallnnil ohamnlAnshin ttnck ; Car
iiniiuu.i r
race was cancelled for the second
time Sunday wnen ram ien me
track in an uttsafe 'condition The
.a nriiflnall arhedtiled ffif JuRC
$, was called off then, too, be
cause of a wet tracx. ine race
will he re-scheduled for sometime
in July. ;
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I AllCUrtT f'nnitnf Will'
sails, across, the finish line a big !,,.,
winner, at Delaware Park.
Those who backed the horse ;;
ridden- by 'Arnold KirklandJ
were rewarded with $38.80' -1
for te small sum of $2. '-
Women's Open
Dress Affair
He?
rt-e
NEW YORK (NEA) -- Entrants-
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ui uie women a upen oa(npion-
ship, June 27-29, -have been asked
to. observe the Winged Foot, GoUl
Club's ruling, that snorts will aot
be worn. : .
So for the first time in four year;
.11 tk. ...111 n. .1,;..

ed Onto the first tee of the East
Course at Mamaroneck.' v
The controversy about shorts,
has been raging for 23 years, since
a furor arose when a shorts cladj
contestant took part in the Me(ror
oolitan New York women's event'
in 1934.
The United States Golf Associa Association
tion Association banned shorts in 1953, but
withdrew the. order the next year..'
The USGA now, has no clothing,
regulations, but -requests players,
to honor any such rules in effect
at clubs r where it is conducting
championships.

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' FOR RENT: rand ntw ehaler,
"Loma Aleire." I bedrooms, liv liv-"
" liv-" Vlni-dinina room, oereh, hot w w-t
t w-t tar installation. Call 2-2648,
2-2671.
i.i FOR RENT: Gl inspected ehal ehal-v
v ehal-v medarn, eool, furnished,' hot
' water, dishes, tarage. 95th St.
No. 47, San Francisco.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Bon 1890 Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, R. da P. Phana Panama
3-1877, Criitobal 1-1478.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larga
" baach house. One mila part Ca Ca-uaina.
uaina. Ca-uaina. Phono lalboa 1866.
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MM Led
Decline Yesterday
In Stock Market
.NEW YORK, June 25 (UP)-
tJtilities were hammered down a a-lain
lain a-lain today, losing in numerous is
lues as the stock market suffer
mi its fifth decline in a row, a
trop which pared market values
more than one muion aouars ue
inite a late substantial rally.
: The utilities.; target of recent
soiling because' of their vulnera
bility in an inflationary situation,
dropped .92 points-in tneir aver'
tge J.o 69.49, lowest level since
f eb. 12,
The utility loss, coming on the
, leels of even wider drops in two
ti last week's sessions, featured
bases ranging close to 3 points
at Florida Power and Light. A
koint or more i Idaho Power,
Montana Power, Panhandle East East-wn
wn East-wn Pipe Line, Houston Lighting
ind Consolidated Natural Gas.
A recent rate cut ordered for
Florida Power and Light and word
i (hat the State of Florida is plan planting
ting planting -a -general review of utility
$te structures, also weighted on
fee group,
v Industrial stocks met support as
fieir average fell below the 500
nark for the first time in more
Jian a month andjpame back more
Dan nau from tne flays low pojni,
Helping strongly was a late run
IP of close to 3 points' in Eastman
loaaic. jj'
i Other chemicals' came up from
heir lows but still showed losses
if over a point-in-Du Pont, Allied,
Union -Carbide, Vick Chemical.
Oil losses- ran around 3 points
n Gulf and Amerada, close to two
is Shell and' Texas Co.
: Lukens was a feature in the
Iteels, recovering from a loss : of
nor than two points to a gain of
more than three points on the day.
it was actively traded. toDoed onlv
. y Bethlehem Steel in the list of
nosi acuve issues, me latter un
ited fractionally higher,
industrials as a group averaged
192 points lower at 497.08, their
fewest level since May 9.
Rails, with a loss of .80 to 143.41
fere at. their lowest level since
ifarch 28.
Doc's Slir-Raising
Medical Bill Makes
Polio Group Richer
MANORVTLLE, N. Y., June 25
TIP) The National Foundation
or Infantile Paralyaii was $50 rich
kr today by virtue of the stir raia raia-id
id raia-id by a $1,500 medical bilL
m
"!" A tiill wrmm unt K T)r Tnenfi
f. Kria to the parents of 7-year-rid
Benny Hooper Jr. "for serv serv-ces
ces serv-ces rendered" durinf and after
he boy's 24-hour imprisonment in
t well shaft.
"it wai withdrawn by Kris af afar
ar afar meeting with the Suffolk
iounty Medical Society's media media-ton
ton media-ton committee Saturday night
. But Kria announced that the
larenta, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
lent Hooper, had agreed to re re-tise
tise re-tise any further public contribu contribu-banrand
banrand contribu-banrand to donate what they had
to' charity. Mrs. Hooper said the
lad $50 and would aend it to the
tola foundation. --
T bill had been submitted,
vns said, under the impression
nai ue Hoopers and received
rge contributions for expense
rtveJved in the rescue of the child,
die; sum of gifts bad beea greatly
txafgerated by village goxsip, his
rrdieal colleagues found. They re re-5onimended
5onimended re-5onimended that the bill be with with-trawB
trawB with-trawB and Kris csmplied.
, ..s
TJe Hoopers erjiphaaized that
hff had nothing "but gratitude for
tnf part in Benny's rescue. The'
Mor stood at the rescue scene
u-eughout the child's impriaoB impriaoB-Best,
Best, impriaoB-Best, eUreeting to hist a flow sf
Krges. ,, -.
POt KEWT. I fcadraeei aoorr aoorr-j
j aoorr-j mf' katWoae. la dmr-
f ad homf wa, oeparata aaaW'a
Harafaad. a lufli coat lecaNry, al
MeoMd. ia Et Creie. tras
kwat I oodoa. PIwk arrica
2-CI2I, afro affica aoare
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ATTENTION; 6. I.I Just built
madam furnished apartments, I.
2 badraomi, hot, cold watar.
Phana Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two bathi, living-dining
room, kltchan, maid'a
'room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
Far furthar dataila call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S.-A. .;,
FOR RENT.- Spacious two-bad-room
unfurnished apartmant in
fine residential dictrict, Riviera
Building. Call Panama 2-1661
during office hours.
FOR RENT: Cool, furnished
apartment an Via Perrai No.
1 20, beside Roosevelt Theater,
overlooking SAS Commissary. For
information phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: t -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room room-All
All room-All conveniences. 84th Street
No. 96, Belisario Porrat, San
Francisco Phone 3-2138.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, furnished or unfurnished,
very cool. 4th of July Ave. and
Juan B. Soa Street, El Sol Builds
ing. Inquire same building er 6th
Ave.' No. 34, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished efficiency apartment. Air-,
conditioned. Elevator a a r v I c a.
Utilities and linen furnished.
Parking facilities, Call at Tropi Tropi-cana
cana Tropi-cana Building between 8 a.m. fir
12 noon and 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: Beautifully decor-
atad, completely furnished studio -apartment.
Hot watar; modern ':
'building, elevator, g a r d a n e r,
parking space. Utilities included,
M desired. Call 3-3884 for ln-3
formation. 3-1409 Diagonal ta
' Panama Hotel.
FOR, RENT: Furnished apart,
snent with light and gas, $70. In
Vista Hermosa. Phone 3-3589. i
FOR RENT: One 2-bedroom .'.
and ana 1 -bedroom furnished
apartment, $90 and $75 month. v
fy. at Na. 48 National Ave. For.
appointment call Cocoli 3985.. V
Truman Economist
Blames Business,
Labor For Inflation
WASHINOTON, June 25 (UP)
Former President Truman's
chief economic adviser said to today
day today "we should stop passing the
buck" to the federal government
as the chief cause of inflation.
"It is much i nearer to the
truth," he said, "to sav that the
real source of inflation" lies with
business and labor.
The economist, Dr. Edwin o.
Nourse, said the Eisenhower ad
ministration "has done a eood
deal toward curbing- the inflation
whose seeds were sown in the
war and early postwar period.'
Nourse made the statements
In remarks prepared for the
opening of a two-day conference
sponsored by the National Citi Citizens
zens Citizens Committee to Curb Infla
tion.
Paul C. Stark, the committee's
program director, said the con.
lerence is intended as a "sound
ing board" on the cause of infla inflation
tion inflation and to detail the facts "on
how the fight against Inflation
must be waged by the people
themselves."
Nourse said the administration
"has tenaciously resisted tax re reduction
duction reduction that would have been

inflationary and has pursued a rv AL.-.L;--tight
money policy that is coun-,JCA MDSOfDiny,

ter-inflatlonary."
. Nourse said Inflation has been
caused mainly by wage and price
Increases. He said farmers also
added to feed the inflationary
fire by demanding parity prices
for their products.
But he said the government
also u
SSL
of such
"v. mm
purchases It makes from Indus-j
m?,,lr lnl
try. ana vne cosi or we icuerai
payron.
Relired Colonel
Fishing In Surf
Robbed al Gunpoint
PONTK VEDRA BEACH. Fla.,
June 2S (L'P Two gunmen sur surprised
prised surprised a retired Army Colonel
fishing in the surf today, robbed
him of $100 and fled with a wan waning
ing waning shot to he on the beach until
tbey were out of sight A that
punctuated the warning.
CoL Ralph Newa (Ret) of near
by Neptune Beach said the mea
strolled up and questioned him
txn fishing canditioos.
. Both the crew reretvere, fie 1

said, took his wallet containing the high court left sf andtng a state
the money aad ordered km to be 'court raKng upholding the ordi:
face down oa the sand. Inane.. ?-
Tber hiked over a sand ttunej -t'" ",
and fired a shot whea they saw! Douglas and, Black agahi dis dis-Ne
Ne dis-Ne watching them.. J nested, aod Warren said he would
"I tokl yoo to lie there," on have preferred to bear arramenU

or tne urea snouioa as uey vsa-im
ished.

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the Bell VUta Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE : 1952 Ford Victoria
Y-8, 2-tone, radio, overdrive,
good tires. Phono 84-4147,.
f FOR SALE: 1949 Chevy adver advertised
tised advertised last Week for $360. First
$300 cash takes it. Call Balboa
1304 at 5 pjn. ', a ',
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station.
Wagon V-8, 8 passengers, many'
extras, 6700 miles. Call Dr.
Bornstein, Balboa 2-63 12 or 2-
6432.- v'-i
FOR SALE: 1953 "Cambridge",
Plymouth 4-door 'sedan, excel-
lent condition, duty paid. Sacrfe
fica at $600. Phone 3-7043. v.
FOR SALE: 1948 6-cylinder
Oldtmobila sedan. Exceptional
bargain! Duty paid. Only-$135..
Phana 8-5279. ;
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 6-cylinder,
Custom Line black, white
sidewall tires, radio, undercoat,
Phana 2-1497.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobilo Oldsmobilo-Convertible,
Convertible, Oldsmobilo-Convertible, 6cyl., hydramatie,
motor, brakes completely over-
hauled. New paint, tires, battery.
Top good. Vary reasonable
2169-A 8th East Street, Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, Phone 83-5126 ,
. FOR SALE: Bargain. 1949
Oldsmobile, good condition. A A-merican
merican A-merican owner. $250. Phone
Panama 3-7387 ar 3-6057.
TRANSPORTS BAXTER.
rackers Shippers Movara
Phonos 2- 2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
v Riding fir Jumping Classes daily
3 f 9 p.m. Phono 2-2451
, ar bv appointment. .'
LIFE INSURANCE;
- cau ;
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' General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co. i i-for
for i-for rates and Information
; TeL Panama 2-53S ;;
EXPERT, TRAVEL, in
, ARRANGEMENTS 1
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Tel. Pan. 2-1661
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BODY w REDUCING
McLevy Hachincs, Massaia
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Medical Delta, orth bracee,
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58 A. Jmto Aroeemena a-ZZll
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awwmeii
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COLON
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not be said to be hard core por pornography."
nography." pornography." In the California case, the court
upheld the conviction of David S.
Alberts in Beverly Hills Municipal
. Z7S'& 'a. "sw7r3
r&srrr "Sha Made It Psv
Th., Kw York nu strmm
nir" "Rh Mad
th. MCtiM of sUte Supreme
Court Justice Matthew M. Lvy
in bannnlng .further sale of a
paper i bound series entitled;
'fights of Horrow."
. j ..'-'" .- 4 .' t
He caflad .tha Wak, which ra ratal
tal ratal lad at $2 ta S4 a copy, "cNrt
or eMrfs sake."
Booksellers appealing the baa
to- the high court included Kings Kings-lev
lev Kings-lev Books. Inc- Louis Finkelstein
(of the Times Book Shop, and
Martia JUeiaberg. ,v ;
- The court's decifkra was handed
down by Justice Fekx Frankfur
ter. Besides Douglat and Black,
dissenters were Chief Justice Earl
Warren and Brea&aa.
Under the Newark anti bur
t-jieoqae ordinance, nudity, ulusioo
'of Budiry, or mzgestiv acttocs
are forbidden..- lir a. brief order
me case.Brennaa .A sm par

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FOR SALE Bedroom let, like
new; blinds, floor lamp, end ta ta-:
: ta-: bles, '4-hp.- motdr, guitar, bicy
cle. 2-2695.
FOR SALE: Wilrlitzer Baby
Grand' piano, good condition..
Phone Curundu 6217. Quarters
'2227-0. If,

Dress Patterns Sell US Girls Short-

Teenagers Bustier
WASHINGTON. June 25 (J&P)
Tne average American girl is one
men bustier than most aress pat
trens give her credit for, govern
ment authorities said today.
4 It s 1 a confused situation." an
Agriculture' Department home eco
nomist sighed, ; ;
Most dress pattern m anufactur
prs hpf?an nsinff a new set of 'size
measurements a year ago. Tnel
new patterns iscreased oust mea
surements one to two inches, but
thev still are generally an incn
short of the standard recommend recommended
ed recommended by the government.
In a "misses"' size-'16. for ex
ample, the bust size was increas'
el from 34 to 36 inches in the new
patterns. But the government's
"commercial standard'.' recom
mends a 37-inch allowance for a
size ie: , ,' ,.;.;
In many aires, federal bosom
standard ara a good throe
inchest beyond tha point from
which pattern makers expanded
ana year ago, K J,"
T Hnn't rfptlv tnow whv.'r the
home economist said. "! guess it's
a combination of growth and bet better
ter better uplift brassieres,"
Mansfield1 Lonie. a former pat
tern industry executive now with
the Commerce Department's com
modity standards divisios. was
more, definite. , f .
'Sizlne' has- changed because of
(the uplift brassiere," .he said-.U.
- Lionie saia ine aciuai measure
ments on which the government
standards are based were, made
bv Agriculture f Department' re
search workers in 1939 and 1940.
Federal staUstioal experts, he
safd have' assured hinj any new
mass measurement of the Amer American
ican American female figure probably would
not show any significant changes
in the .most popular, dress sizes.
Major mail, order houses, v he
said, adopted federal, bosom mea
surements for. their garments S'
Flash-Bulb Grab
Frpm Photographer
Nets Day In Jail
DAYTON A BEACH, June 25
(UP) Attorney Louis Ossinsky
of Dayton Beach began a 24-hour
Jail sentence today on a contempt contempt-of
of contempt-of court citation for snatching a
flash bulb from a reporter.
- Ossinsky was cited for contempt
last" vtek by county Judge
Thomss w. Tappy who had grant granted
ed granted permission for photographs in
his courtroom when it was in re recess.
cess. recess.
Ossinsky asked for a' writ of
habeas corpus which was heard
before Judge Robert H. Wingfield
today. Wingfield upheld the cita citation
tion citation but directed Tappy to reduce
the fine from $25 to $20 .and to
set a definite jail term.
, Tappy set the sentence at 24
hours in county jail beginning at
noon, and reduced the fine. ;
Rainbow Mixed League
Team' Standings WL
Boyd Brothers Ins. 10 2
Pan -Amencaa Clippers .3
Royal Crown Cola 7
Mercurioi Jewelers -Ebonite
' ."' .-' 8
Carrington's Caa .. S
Smooth and Pa redes 3
C A. High Contr. : 2
Boyd Brothers" Iasursnca quintet
kept up their winning ways Sun-
nay ntgni at in moroo Aueys,
by takimi three poims-from the
soft drink lads and lassies of 'Roy-f
Crowa Colas. Paced by Jesse
Pate and Gonxalo Torres with net
aeries tH 532 ana su. ue insurers
took the first and third games plus
tha "P r Only ia the middle,
irM did the refreshing R.C. Colas1
tverwhelm the Brothers outfit For
th losers Bobby Princ had a Bet to
Li52. aad for the ladies of both
teams. Eva Hal wua a 52S was
the besr in the match.
Paa Amencaa Cfcppers clipped

the Camnftoa Canaiaas for a.ertumed the automea in the next I
four point ahotout The dippers two fames as well ss TPts. Lou; 1

nad a ee call ia the second game,
hy winnipf by one mark of t pias.
The hubry afd wifie duo of Red

and Kar Ca!bot wet a thorn ia.Nar-rr Gwralei. who rhalkd cr ; f

tie sa of lis Caxad-aas, whea-

Boats & Motiors

FOR SALE: 40-ft. former Army
J. Boat, fully equipped, (diesel :
power). Call 2-3578.
FOR1 SALE :abin cruiser 18Vi
ft., 60-hp, Ford V-8 angina.. Ra-
cently overhauled. Call Albraoki
2207. , .
Than Grandma Vas
i i ft f i
bout four years a'go. 'But- they
found last year's changes too great
to make in a single jump, he said.
The Agriculture Department
said the new patterns narrow for former
mer former gaps between hip and bust
measurements.
. "These change," It said, "ap "ap-paar
paar "ap-paar to bo In lino witrTthe indus industry's
try's industry's stated reason for making
the change th appearance of
a new figura typo resulting from
tha us of modern foundation
garments."
A home economist said this of
ficial gobbledegook merely means
that, while uplift brassieres have
been expanding bosom sizes, mod
ern girdles nave oeen Bringing nip
measurements under oeuer con
trol. i-
Santa Cruz Sports
By BURTON f
It happened 'several weeks ago".
Jose French was feeling pretty
good as he sat before his desk in
Santa Cruz gymnasium. You a
have felt pretty good,- too, if in
your capacity as teacher cof phyT
sical education at Santa Cruz
School vou Jiad .'produced teams
which lost just 'One gam jn ; two
years; u your soccer neam wime
racking up sucn k grana recora
had iust about cinched .all Latin
American Schools' soccer- honors
for the -last two years. Yes, Gou
WOUiet' nave ieu. guo awr j
woulcf have had a right to feel
pond. 3o.se "felt Cool. i
Tie door t tne gym openea w
admit' five tiny visitors, four -of
whom stood in front of the door
while one of the visitors approach approached
ed approached French and presented him with
fiv slins of naDer. Each slin-1 was
a list of names. ""Jose turned with
a question on Ms lips, 'What s all
this?" -
"We Five Footers are ready to
play basketball whenever, you say
so, sir,'' was .the reply he receiv received.
ed. received. V: V.-"
After weeks of planning the Five-
Footers Basketball League is rear!
dy to begin. -The problem of sec securing
uring securing Uniforms has almost been
settled with Errol Alexis, Elvin
volunteering to furnish the boys
with whatever they require. The
starting -date should be real soon.
look for the 'announcement.
Jose French's Malta Visor is in
a tie for first place with a 2-1 rec
ord. v t
Cerveza Balboa Jr. plays itsvfirst
game tonight, .i J
Adults dont have the Five"
Footers show more initiative than
you. Get your league organized.
Teenagers r. People think poor poorly
ly poorly of you when you are seen idly
bunched together at nights. For
those of you who don't like bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, volleyball and table ten tennis
nis tennis tournaments can be arranged.
Just see- the physical director at
your earliest convenience.
banta Crura Arm v and Nam
oiurcs maae ineir aenut in haa.
ketball tomorrow. Why don't you
go see the game. -... .
s
their net series of 575 and 508 guid guided
ed guided the clippers to their victory and
kept them In hot per suit of the
league leading Boyd Brothers, with
on point separating thee two
-reams. The hnnnr tit tha !! Iun.

ler in this match went to Marie
6 1 Moore with 525. 5 .
7 Mercurios Jewelers took the first
(two games quite easily but'falt but'falt-lO.ered
lO.ered but'falt-lO.ered in the final same alwii K

C A- High Contractors excavated
enough pins to win one point. The
gem of a game for Mercurios was
a 203 scratch for Jack Mappia
woo iauieo a as7 Bancucao series.
Jack's scratch aeries was aloo the I
best lor the league. Earl Blevin

with a net 545 was the leading on-,a1
tractors bowler, and -Theresa To-I-land
was the lassie that showed'!
the way for the fair sex with a 53T i J v.
The Ebonite Tornadoes played J
havoc with tha Smoot Pa redes au-l"

men after kssing the first fame.
Th auto mea had pslesty of pow- 1
crs, pe ding to as easy victory J
ia the f.rst game, but th Toraa i
does got going full force, and v-
Marques' efforts of 528 was topt i
for these two oroosine: ouinteti w
and the leading bowierette war i
deraf'tt.r.g net set of

1 Home Articles

FOR SALI: 2 green broadloom v-.
rugs 9x12 and 12 15,' dining ,
table with chairs and dishes
and other misc. articles. House
5360 Magoon Place, Diablo; Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2918.
f OR. SALE: .Dining table, top
40 x 60 in.; .extends to 40 it 84
in. with two 12-in. leaves, solid,
light mahogany with six chairs,
$ 175' Baldwin 3284.
FOR SALE: "Westinghousa up
right treezer,, 18-cu. ,ftJ lika
new.
281.
Albraok
86,3194,
QtraT
FOR SALE:
Gas stove $15; t
aatfee, red $35; vahitv. mirror
and bench SI 5; dresser $4; and
tables S3. Phone Panama 3-
R. P. Court Fixes
ibilily Mi
Traffic Death Case
last week,; the. Sixth Circuit Court
oo Panama .has found Pablo, Rue-
aa Komcro .. responsible for t h e
death of the late. Hector George
Baxter m a traffic accident which
occurred last Dec. 16. tv tv-Thfr
Thfr tv-Thfr widow of the deceased war
represented by Dr. Jlemetrio Po-
rras whose legal services -w e r e
retained by the Elks Lodses of Pa
nama. They are defraying the at-J
torneysv tees.J throueh ; voluntary
contrimiuons .irorn laaet and
memDers. t f'
, The Elks Civit Liverties Com
mittee has, acknowledged contribu
tions from the Eyrie and Justice
Lodges of $3240 ,and $10, respec-
Romero was defended by' at attorney
torney attorney Anibal illueca, who has ap;
pealed the decision to the "Supe'
rior Court, t - jjj j-
Bashful Swain
Hangs Himself V

-iumu,' J'inc steewyn codgers, pucneo, a,Bix-nnr)1o-Ji

"unci aosatu .AKivaiiii nancea
himself today because he was; so
hy.'' 4-
. Police -said ne committed f suf suf-cide
cide suf-cide because he could not work
up the courase to ask the Barents
of, his girl friend; ;for permission
to
Plane Crashes ;
IntdlCorpLReef.
Off Australia
BRISBANE. "Australia lunaM
(UPV A'.survev. Diane
the; last" coast of Australia- today,
killing all gix persons 'aboard The
piaue apparently aeveioped en
Kine-wouDie shortly after takeoff,
"ycuii?u uhv a curat reel, f n
1948 Oldsmobile

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1953 ; Meirury Hardtop, Radio
J954 : Ford 2-door," 2-tone'
1953:. Ford 2-door, 2-tone..'.'..
.1955 OievBel "Air, 2-tone, Radio
. .'. i- -1 ..
M954 Mercury ; 4door J". ..'

1 1956 ; Cher; 4-door, Radio ; V . .
1956 Ford Zioor : i V;; '. i.vi;
1956 Mercury llardtop, Radio, 2-tone t

1950
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Panama 24)625 AUTO ROW Colon 446

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WANTED; Bilingual secretary
' (Spanish English),, with refer references
ences references for doctor's office.. Apply'
"Doctor," Apartado 1401.'

WANTED: A TV repairman
; and atock order clerk; Apply ta ''-'
Curundu Radio Shop, 4:30 p.m..'-
to' 10 p.m. Phone 83-2118.
Miscellaneous
, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
'" Bahia's Saloon "Bar and Reirau.
'.t rant." .The most beautiful show
in Panama. "Ritmos Cariocas,"
-with the Brazilian vedette Divar
" Di Oliveira;- Two-Gun Smokey,,
,, Sonia Zuleta, and Gladys Mitre.
Two shows every night except
. Monday 9:30 and j 2:30 a.m.
- Dancing with a Cuban group, and t
' good food.; ; Regular prices with
: no cover charge; 'Bahia's Saloon,
' Balboa Avenue in Panama.
SET ALL INFORMATION: FIRST
yHAND and painless! Set. it on,
'rented TV only pennies a dayv
Call 2-2374.-
if Dr. Wtndehaka i Medical Clinic,.,;
Day Night Servico. Oppoiitr
Chase Bank." Phone 2-3479.
01; Salchel Paige;
Beginning To Kick
Up His Ns Again
NEW YORKj June "-25 (UP)
Satchel Paige, Miami's legenaary
old man, is starting to kick up his
heels again in the International
League'.
Paige, who has as many pitches
as he has birth dates, snapped out
of his recent slump Monday night.
He hurled three scoreless innings,
ihsuing rebounding Miami's fifth
successive triumph, a 4-3 decision
over Tpronto.
Th acnleas hurler's heroics gain
ed him sweet revenge over Toronto,
which had nipped him; 3-2 in W in
nings on June is. raige xounn
victory also. nudged"the Marlins
within a percentage point ,jf sixth
piaee Havana. r j t
in tne oniv otner game piayea
Montreal's Rene Valdes, his sights
cnt nn rr-tiirn in the Darent Brook
victory 'over xvicumuuu. i--.
'Valdes' '.performance' broke ? a
: i l .' : -1 .. J
four game Montreal losing streak
andr extended, Richmond's losing
streak to ? 3. Jim Kite, who need
ed relief from. Sonny, Dixon -f and
John James, was- the losing pitch-
; A Scheduled game between Col Columbus
umbus Columbus and Buffalo was rained out.
- The linescores:
Toronto v 210 000 000. 3 '9 1
Miami i' 200 000 101 4 14' 1
. Pearce. Rrimslev YfiV and Rosel-
u; upem,1 yuaiters (2),- raige a)
and Butha; WP-Paige. LP-Pearce.,
Richmond .. 000 100 000 1! 8 '3
Mostreal 200 000 40x 6 3
Kite. Dixon (7). James (8) and
Watlineton: i Valdes and Ronnine.
LP-Kite. ;
2-door, Radio, 5 "new
1 v
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' WANTED: Male clerk with am.
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' and knowledge in dispatching
Vi spare parts and accessories. Gooet
'salary. Call Panama 3-1060, ba
. tween 8 a.m. and 4 p.nr.

Domestic Employment
MAID WANTED: Mutt apeak
some English,, Apply House 3J,
."Apt, 6, 82nd St Carraaquilla.
WANTED TO BUY: Incyelo- ,,
padia 8ritannica, used. Write
Stewart Ean, El Valla.
Hernia To Win
126-PouhdTitle
' PARIS," June 24 (UP) 'Hogan
(Kid), Bassey .of Nigeria,' 25-year
old left-hook specialist, won the
vacant world featherweight cham-.
pionship last night on an u p s e t
lOth-round technical knockout over
Frenchman herif -" Hamia'of Al Algeria.
geria. Algeria. "Vf .A ' .' 1
' Bassey, -champion of the British
empire, weighed 124H pounds to
Hamia's 125. (for the scheduled
15-round bout to determine a sue-'
cessor to AmericawSandy Saddler
who' retired in March because
of an eye injury., Hamia. 26. was
the world boxingi committee's top
conienaer.- i
Referee Rene r Scheman stonned
the bout in the Palais des Sports
after two minutes of the 10th
round because Hamia had been
beaten intd bloody helplessness by
Bassey's machine like, bobbing
and weaving attack,
It was fa dramatic victory for :
Bassey; "who had been floored for
a count of eight in the second
round and. was so jgroggy he ap appeared
peared appeared readx, to b finished. But j
he rallied' and began moving in i
to take the Jeaa.
, -
Bassey, a 7-5 underdog, scored
his 48th. victory and 18th knockout
in 59 fights. Hamia suffered only
his' second defeat -In 34 bouts;.
US Navy Chief t :
Arrives I n Naples
i NAPLES, June" 25 '(UP) -'Adah
Arleigh A Burke,. U.S. chief ; of
naval operations, : arrived here
with his wife tod? y on a tour of
Navy in st a n a Lions, in tht
Mediterranean. i I
tires J. 225.60
1150.60
1200.00;
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8 Marines, Sailors

Face Courts Martial

For Brig Cruelty

JACKSONVILLE. Fla., June 25

( UP Courts-martial were recom

mended today for eight navy ana
Marine enlisted men on charges
they mistreated prisoners while
serving as guards at the brig at
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta Station.
tion. Station. i

Two other former guards lace
special discipline and separate
rate investigation was underway
into charges a Marine sergeant
cuffed one prisoner so hard the

inmate's ear drums were punc

turedY

Capt. William s. Hams, com
mander"of the air station an
nounced that he had recommend'

d general courts martial, the
sternest military trial, for four
men whose names were not re

leased.
Harris forwarded nig recom

mendation for the general courts

martial to the Sixth Naval Dis

trict headquarters in Charleston,

B.C., and the Navy said It would
fee a few days before the request

decided.
Harris said an Investigation rt
Vealed various incidents, Inelud

Tropical Bojling
May Blossom Into
Hurricane Audrey

i JACKSONVILLE: Fla.. June

15 (UPX A tropical disturbs

nee was- boiling in me umx or
Campecb today and the Navy
planned to dispatch a hurri hurricane
cane hurricane hunter plana to th area.
Lt. (J.Q.) E. J. Ouazzo of
Orange, NJ., public information

anokesman for atorm-scouting

Squadron VW4, Said a gulf
hrimp- boat crew gave the first
information on the storm, which

had winds up to 50 miles n

hour with fuau to 60.
At latest report tha disturb
nee warn movini in a north-

wtrhr direction-at about 12

mUh in how. Bhould H bios

som lato a full-fledged hurri-

an,lt.ieould bt the first of tne

' 1SST aaaon,"wtiieh openea iu
dayf ago, and would be dabbed

Auarey.
Bureau Of Budget
Assistant Director
Sailing For Zone
Four members of the U.S. Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Budget, headed by Percy
Rappaport, assistant director,
are among the 157 passengers
scheduled to sail from New York
Friday for Cristobal aboard the

Panama Liner Cristobal.
In addition to Rappaport.
Budget Bureau members travel travelling
ling travelling to the Canal Zone on offi official
cial official business include vCarl H
Schwartz, Earl J. Donnelly and
Arthur Focke.

ino excessive calisthenics for

prisoners, striking and pushing
of prisoners In the brig between

Feb. 1 and March 15 of this year.

No permanent injuries to prison'

ers were indicated by the lengthy

investigation. Harris said

Four Marines were ordered to

stand snecial courts-martial

They were identified as CpL

John E. MacAnec. Jr., of Bed

ford, Ohio; Cpl, Ronald E. Clark,

Liberty, Tex.; and Pfc, Emu R,

Curacy, Drexel Hill, Fa., on

charges they mistreated prisoners

and Pfc. Claude E. Morgan of

Memphis, Tenn., on charges he

was dreiect in tailing to report

the alleged mistreatment.

Two Navy enlisted men, Benia

min W. McUaniei of i'etaiuma,

Calif., and Lonnie,M. Carver of
Jacksonville, were ordered to ip-

pear before their commanding of

ficer to answer charges they failed

to report the. mistreatment.

McDaniel and Carver face light

er sentences If found guilty.

Harris said a special investi investigation
gation investigation is being made Into the
charges that Marine Sgt. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence D. Jennings of Garwin,
Iowa, slugged one prisoner and
clapped his hand against the the-man's
man's the-man's head so hard, the ear
drums were punctured.
Jennings has been under obser

vation to determine his mental
competence, Harris said.

Richard De Young, an 18-year-

old sailor who was confined to
the brig, claimed last March Jen

nings punctured his ear drums

after striking him in the- stomach

and in the eye.

(NEA Telephoto)

MISSING YOUNGSTERS FOUND Christina Wennerstrom,
16. dauehter of a Swedish diDlomat. and. Huw Williams. 18, a

Senate page boy, who vanished from Washington on June 2,

are shown in wuiiamsport, pa., wnere tney were picKca up

for speeding. Christina at first said she had married tne

Williams boy, but later admitted they were not wed.

Dad Gags Christina But She

Hopes To See Huw In Sweden

Oh 1 States'

m in; r
Right

STOCKHOLM, Sweden,

25 (UP) Christina Wenner

strom woke today ; from a 12

De Young, of Ingleside, UU said hour sleen and found herself un-

he was struck after Jennings der strict parental orders not to
found a penny in. his pocket in say anything further about her

vioiauon oi a regulation .loroia- runaway, romance with a U.S

amg prisoners to naye money in i senate pageboy.

June grandmother and grandfather.

. An atrhnes employe tagged
along behind, carrying a ted teddy
dy teddy bear and a toy tiger, gifts
of young Williams, i :
, Wennerstrom said Christina la

still frltVtnH fmm Vior Tiur.

jiences, "and of course It will take

tneir possession. The order was' issued bv her some time for her to s et over

David R.'Lewis, a Jacksonville father' Qoi stlg Wennerstrom, f events like those."
Sr?h? ISffiTtoMiim'.y.lS lor me r military attache In ."I now know that she cried tor
"1!. 'fiSl0" m,T.- Washington, atter he h.eard her almost three days following her

guards he was left "screaming

tell newsmen,, at qopenhagen

and with blood running out of hi. EL Sn

Uarri. U .11 f (h. oilorH. SOOn aS DOSSlDie.

sssigned to the brig were reliev- Wennerstrom tola newsmen
d of theiA dntiea last MareH 15 when he arrived here with

when the AvestiglUon was launch- Christina and her mother that

ed.

"these young1 people ,i will riot
meet again if I can prevent it"

In Washington, Huw said ne nets
ts nets determined to aee Christina
again despite her father's ob
jections, provided he can earn
enough money to get to Swed Swedes.
es. Swedes. .-.C
And Christina has admitted

FORT LAUDERDALE. June 25 she hopes Huw will show., dp in

(UP) An unhappy and uninvited Stockholm.
alligator was found in a motel i "We will correspond while we
swlrpmlng pool here Sunday and are separated,", she said at the

police blamed teen-age prank- airport. "I proDaoiy win com

Thrashing Gator
Fails To Click
In Motel Pool

sters for putting him there.

Four officers gingerly hauled
the thrashing 'gator out of the

pool at the request of motel

manager Hall Beazell. who fig

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending a.m. teday,
if piaparxl by the Meteorele Meteorele-gtcal
gtcal Meteorele-gtcal and Hydregraphic Branch
f the Panama Canal Company:

plete my education in a Swedish
high school.
"It Is difficult to say anything
right now, I know so little a a-bout
bout a-bout Stockholm and Sweden I

ured the reptile might not get was only a child wnen we ie

on well with his guests. Ifor the States more than five

The 'gator was turned over to year ago.

a state wildlife officer who
headed for the Everglades with

him.
Police said they understood

the alligator was stolen from a

Then her father made her

promise not to make any more
statements to' the press.
Christina was solemn faced

and unsmiling as she was wel

elopement from our Washington
home, and when she returned to
Washington she was so tired that

she leu asleep at: in dinner ta

ble, he said. '.y.v-''.'"".-.'-?'.?.
v Wennerstrom described WU
liatns as a "quiet, responsible
and reliable boy," but he aaid
emphatically that if Williams
comes to Sweden "he won't
meet Christina' if 1 eat pre
vent it!" r'r Ut?'
' The colonel said he planned ho
legal action against Huw because
"he got quite a hard punishment
When he was sacked from his
position as a Senate pageboy."

Little League

Boys 9; Girls 5
Fourteen babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during- the

week ending at m i d n lght
Wednesday, according to the reg

ular hospital report. During the
same period, 98 patients were

admitted and 72 discharged.

Babies were bora to the fol-

( UP ) President Eisenhower in

vited the nation a governors to

night to join the administration

in forming a "task ? force" to

strengthen and preserve states'

rights.

He said action along this line

is needed to "avoid drifting ir

retrievably into the grasp of same

form of centralized government.

Noting that in recent times "the

pendulum of power has swung

from our states to the central

government," the President rec

om mended that a federal state

task force"! be created to: .'
1. Designate functions now Per

formed by the federal government

which the states are ready and

willing to assume and finance.

2), Recommend adjustments in

federal and state taxes to enable

the states to assume such func

tions. 1

3) Assign specific functions and

responsibilities in fields in which

joint federal-state action is neces

sary.

Eisenhower, flew to this historic

Virginia 'City from' Washingtonitft

address the 49th annual Gover

nor's Conference on a subject that
is dear to the hearts of the state

executives.
larliar In the day. Gov. Thom Thomas
as Thomas B. Stanley f Virginia key key-noted
noted key-noted the -conference by attack attacking
ing attacking Eisenhower's federal school
aid program as "totally unwar unwarranted."
ranted." unwarranted."

Eisenhower K put the blame

squarely on the states for much
of the loss of their traditional
responsibilities and rights. )
He said the federal government
could never have syphoned away

state authority" without the meg-

lect, acquiescense or unthinking

cooperation of the states them-

" He said these rights ean be

restored by removing barriers to

effective government,! py over

fiscal sys

cooperation

of govern-

terns and Vby better

between all echelons
ment."
Unless this is done

cent warnea, tnere will, be a va
cuum" into which the federal gov-

ernment : win niunse : ever v more

deeply, impelled by popular pres

sures ana transient political ex

pediencies.''.

Eisenhower said the- proposed

tasx torce study could save th

taxpayer "a tidy sum" by cutting

out freight charges" on money

routed to Washington and then

distributed back to the Mates in
the form of disaster' relief, slum
clearance and other programs.

Asserting that the national gov government
ernment government is "not the parent, but
the creature, of the etatee act acting
ing acting together,," he said fit Is of often
ten often made to appear that the cre creature,,
ature,, creature,, Frankenstein-like, is de determined
termined determined tc destroy the creat creators."
ors." creators."
Eisenhower cited the school si

tuation as a "prime example", of
fields in which state lassitude has
brought on federal action. He said

classroom shortages have become

"potentially so dangerous to the

entire nation and have yeilded so

slowly f.o local effort as to compel
emergency action." T 1
"1 believe leeply in stales'
rights," he said, but "it is idle
to champion states', rights without
upholding 1 states' responsibilities
as well.'T(
As a first step, he said, -the

task force might concentrate on

a single function of program and
"pair it with a specific federal

He said Americans ; need onlv

to look at the ."despotic power"

exercised behind the iron Curtain

to gain "renewed determination

to, hew to the principle of diffusion

of power."

But as citiiens ''clamor for

adequate services he said, too

often the citie. and countries
"avoid responsibility or-are pow powerless
erless powerless to- act as I result of state-

Imposed restrictions."

He said the federal school pro

gram was designed "not to sup

plant out to supplement state

and Ideal programs..

He expressed confidence that
once the emergency is over i"wf

can aet-eat the Inclination to per
sist" in federaLaid.'

:. iisenhower said lack of enerl

getic state attention to urban rw
newal, traffic safety and Drohlenuf

caused by natural disaster V'harf

spawned a host of federal activi-i

ties that are ;more than difficuli

to curtail.-

I

Last Day! AO
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No Postal Cutbacks Foreseen

As House Votes $133 Million

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Treason Charger

Against Rocketeer

Dropped By Army

cage 1" nearby Dania by youths corned back to Stockholm bj( her, lowing parents of United states
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who originally planned to put it

In a movie theater -lobby, but

found the theater closed.

Trigger Finger

TOLEDO; Ohio," June 25 (UP)

Ernest Halter'a- trigger linger
proved faster than his draw.

Halter said he was practicing

hi draw In a field with a .22-

14 1 caliber single-action frontier gun

Diving Stunt
Ends In Death
HAL5TEAD, England, June

(UP) Foundry worker Albert whJn he puHe,,. the trigger be-l
Hays, 50. watched carnival stunt- fore gettlK tte out of W,

iw iT L V i ,7 holster. Ha surrerea a leg wouna,

10-foot tank of water yesterday
and shouted, "I can do that."
Before police and carnival staff
members could stop him he

climbed to the platform, stripped
to shorts and undershirt and

dived. He hit the metal tower

halfway down, eomerssulted and

landed against the side of the
tank. He died oa the way to a
hospital.

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CENTRAL

JULYr4th

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-ftTER GRAVES

citizenship: Sat. and Mrs. Juan

Ongay, of Coco Soli to; son; Sfc

and Mrs: Glenn oenringer, or
Coco Sollto, son; Mr. and Mrs.

Harold Daniels, of colon, daugh daughter:
ter: daughter: so-3 and Mrs. Jonathan

Robinson, of Colon, : daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blount, of

Oatun. daughter: Mr. and Mrs.!

Robert Orvis. of Margarita, son;

Lt. and Mrs. wuuam raucett, oi
coco Solo, son: Sgt. and Mrs.

Lloyd Sullivan, of Coco Sollto,
son; Sgt a"d Mrs. Leigh Whlt Whlt-beckk,
beckk, Whlt-beckk, of Coco Sollto, son;-Mr,
and Mrs. Denala Fernaades, of
New Cristobal, son; and 8fe d
Mra. carmen Borrelli, of Coco
.SoWcytoo. : .f'j-.i
; Babies were bora to the fol following
lowing following Panamanian parents: Mr.
and Mrs! Tito Portocarrero, of

colon, daughter: Mr; and Mrs.'

Thomas Rennie, of Rainbow Ci City,
ty, City, ton; and Mr. and Mrs. Juaa

Xud, of Colo, daughter,

Pet Raccoon
Starts Fire:
Loses Life1

HUNTS V1LLE. Ala- June t5

(UP) The Army today drop

ped charges that CoL John C.
Nickerson betrayed his country

bv spilling missile secrets and

the defendant promptly plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty to 15 other counts of
failing to safeguard classified

matter.- ;

The two swift developments

eame in the first N minutes of

Nickerson's Heralded court-mar

tial.

. The defense accomplished its

main goal to have the us

year-old career rocketeer clear

ed of espionage and perjury
charges when the Army with

drew its second charge contain

ing three counts.

WASHINGTON. June (UP)

The House voted an extra 133 mil

lion dollars for the Post Office De Department
partment Department today after being assur assured
ed assured that a minor economy would
not force any cutbacks In maU
service next year.' ) ? -v..''
Although ; the total was $16,500, $16,500,-000
000 $16,500,-000 less than. Postmaster General
Arthur E. Summerfield requested.
Rep. Gordon Canfield CR-NJ) said
Summerfield had asured him-the
department- would be able to get
along with the reduced amount.

The cabinet official had warned
that failure- of Congress to Vote
additional postal funds would

force series of service cutbacks

including the closing of post of

fices on Saturday and suspension

ol Saturday deliveries,

The new funds. If approved by
fh Senate as expected, would
brlrw to record S3.32S.000.00O

the total available for the pe'at

service in the new fiscal year

starting next Monday'

Summerfield's original request

for": $149,500,000 Included 58 mu

lion chopped out of his original re

quests by Congress plus another

$91,500,000 to cover costs which

were unforeseen when the budget

went to Congress last January.

Meantime,- the Senate approved

a $437,152,600 money bill to oper

ate the Interior Department' and

related agencies next year after

adding $900,000 to the measure.

The 61-to-O vote sent the incis

ure to a Joint conference commit

tee to thresh out differences with.

the House version

$500,000 to the measure to '" aid I

states in reforestation of lands- in

cluded in the sou bank and $400, $400,-000
000 $400,-000 for the Independence Hall his

torical park in Philadelphia.

the Overall bill was $2,756,000,

larger than the House version but
was $58,037,100' below the Presi

dent s original requests.

It also may lead to compromise

in tne iignt oetween tne House

and Senate over strategic stock

piling... i--'V-i" V: :: :t, v.

The Senate voted $4,300,000 to

purchase t fluorspar vend $2p00,.
000 to stockpile asbestos.

But it provided no funds for the

purchase of Columbian tantalum

or tunslen, the core of .the con

troversy.. The House had voted no

money for the stockpiling nroeram

although the budget called, for 10

million dollars.

Durin House debate 'on the pos

tal funds. Rep.- J.; Vaughan Gary
(D-Va.) noted that the House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee had grant granted
ed granted almor.t all the funds requested

oy summerfield.-- ;

II. HEYMANN presents
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In COLOR I (V -r

n un Z3

Z Wed.

The Senate by voice vote added in the nation

1 He said it took the. position that
.1. T T ,11. .

iue nouse was not wiuing 10 cui
postal service in view of the fact

that it gave Summerfield 41 mil

lion of the 47 million dollars he

sought in April to end a tempo

rary cutback in mall service.

Gary said that the department

could -"have got by with a great

deal less money."

He said the total provided by

Congress for mail service during

the next 12 months amounts to sis.-

44 for each man, .woman and child

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OREENVTLLK. Miss. June 23
fUP Firemen today blamed a

pet raeeeoa for starting a fire
which threatened a home.
Robert Sibley aald h left the
animal in a utility room and it
turned over a eaa "of gasoline,
which -was- ignited from a hot
water heater. i
The fir was put out before It
could spread to the rest of the
house, bat the 'coo lost Ito Ufa.
' Happy Days
NEW YORK. June is TP
Sidewalk aupertnteadeata here
agree they merer had it so good.'
. for their viewing convenience,
a 65-foot toag observation deck
aad clubhouse, complete with
picture windows aad a canopy,
is being act op overlooking em emit
it emit ruction cf the 70 m'.Illoa dollar
TV&e and Ls bniUUBg,

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