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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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" iWASHINGTCNJune 18 (UPI) President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower ajreed.tiday that Sherman' Adams had been "im "imprudent"
prudent" "imprudent" in his relations; with Boston millionaire indus industrialist
trialist industrialist Bernard Goldfine. But he said h needs Adams as
his assistant. -,-,.,-.
The President opened his news conference with a
prepared statement in which he said:
. "Admittin the lack of hat careful prudence in this
incident that Governor Adams yesterday referred to,. J
believe with my whole heart tfiat he is an invaluable public
servant,, doin. a .difficult Job efficiently, honestly and
tirelessly.". ".
, .This, the president said, was "all that I can, all that
I shall say", about Adams. '
He brushed, aside a question whether he would
respond to some Republican demands to fire his chief
White. House aide.

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'Despite the vote ol confidence
from Lisenhower, Adams failed to
rally Congressional Republicans
-behind him today and. two of. them
demanded that he quit for accept,
ing gifts from a manufacturer.
His critics in Congress, both
Democratic and Republicans, voice
. dissatisfaction with Adams' ex? a.
nation pf bis dealings with Gold.
iine.
NUmbtrs of both parties. f
tht Houm invtstigating subcem.
mitt before which' the Presl.
dential aid a.-ptarad yastarday
A.;rA Artam lailtct to t-
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.'teeth. t ;f
Ore. of the pppu! Licana on the
prj f r Adams'
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the latter being .the symbol of
corruption in. the Truman-admisis.
tration.
Rep. Oren Harris ;' (D Ark.),
chairman of the subcommittee
which is investigating Federal reg.
ulatory agencies, said Adams tech.
' nically violated the law by pass.
ing certain forbidden information
to his long-time friend,' Goldfine,
and unquestionably "overstepped
the bounds of propriety."
,. Harris said, however, ,he
doubted "very seriously" the
' case would be referred te the
justice Department. But he
.'ad Jed that whether Adams quit
or not was up to the contelenc.
. es of the White House aide and
. Eisenhower. -
"Remember what' it says In the
Bible," Harris said. "Judge Not."
On issues other than the Adams
case the President old his press
cpnfercnce today:;
He could not predict under
Twhat conditions U.S. military fore,
miffht h pnt. into-, strife-torn

Lebanon to he p restore oder, It

' would depend, to some extent, on
,the recommendations, of United
Nations secretary..' general Dag
' Hammarskjold and the U.N. ar.
1 mistice teams in Lebanon;
H :, ; :' i
i The United -States,-before too
long, will have rocket engines as
: powerful as will be needed 'to
. launch' any missiles and .satellites
rnnrpivahlv npnessarv. Hp does

not know, the relative position of

Determinedly Cool, Adams
Plugs Goldfine's' Wares

' WASHINGTON (UPI) A de determinedly
terminedly determinedly iool Sherman Adams
stepped from the shadowed seclu seclu-sion
sion seclu-sion !of his White House office
yesterday to face glaring lime,
light of 'publicity on Carrol l"11 l"11-.
. l"11-. A trowd of some 730 spectators,
Including' his ife, Rachel, and
veteran Democratic Tarty hostess
Mrs. Perle Mesta, fastened their
attention on his every measured
word as Adams told congressional
investigators of his. elationship
with Boston millionaire Bernard
GoU'.fine.
Sf.-ted at a long hearing table
fac;--; the house subcommittee
on kis'ative" oversight,. Adams
-told a stnry of triend;iiip between
his f.im.!y and tne'fam'.iy o the
textilj r.:"ufacturcr going back
ior years.
, ,' Adanis, dappr in a -dark gray
Suit and l'r'lit shirt, admitted with
testraint tnat he' had indeed re received
ceived received a vicuna coat from Gold Gold-fine'.'
fine'.' Gold-fine'.' But' tliis was "not an Unusua'
activity," he said, esppcjally, In
view oi his gilt o' a gold wa! ch
t") V.n "'up 'pini'y yri-?
lie a.ijd ujiU.y t.,at Ins WuC,
an r,!atetir pai;i!.T,' had iven
t." e C .',iL cs one if i r j .,;,-' -3

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nr' the United States : in
the race to perfect intercontinen.
tal Ballistic missiles Decause muai
nf t.hA riata On both Sides IS 86.
cret.
A visit to Washington by
French Premier Charles de Gaulle
tn i ah, hp a creed iiDon when Sec-
rptarv of Slate John Foster Dul.
les visits I'ans eany m juiy.
ttnulfi rfpnpnd unoni the ''wishes
and convenience of the various of.
ficials concerned.
He and British Prime Min.
Uttr Harold Macmillan discov.
d .a remark-unity of out.
"U.ok when t!.t' i eHenoed views
at Umn'b durii'3 tcmillan's re.
cent visit to i, e I tited Sttales.
r 'y
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,$ if it s 3 a good ci.ani s
that this wi'i help to weaken tl.e
tics between these countries and
Moscow. Anything the United
States' can do to Jwean the satel.
lites away from Moscow would
be a mat service to the iree
world. ,
.cep nft iispfulnps at. this
time in setting up some high-powered
peace commission to explore
new ways to bring more tranqui.
uiy in me wonu. io suujeci is
more thoroughly discussed by the
St.at.o anH Dpfpnoo DpnartmiMlta
and the White House with a large
variety oi visitors oi me Amen
can public than this Subject.,-a
However, if such a. commission
should ever appear useful,, he
would favor it. 1 '. J
Shear Fcncy :
WASHINGTON June-18 (UPI)
Rep., Ross Bass (D-Tenn.) was
inspired by the, Sherman Adams
case to this comment which he
offered for publication in the Con
gressional Record: .. ,
"An oriental rug is a cover cover-up
up cover-up job. :
"Mink Is a skin Job.
Vicuna is i clip job.
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'But, in cither case, the Am American
erican American public is being fleeced by
the too echelon of this adminis
tration." ;
ahi other "decorations for : their
home," including a silver dish.
The hearing in the hue room
of "the old House oiice building
was foreign to 1 the v guarded ex.
isfnce Adams has lived for five
and a half years in his spacious
Wliite House oifice where he pre
sides as the assistant to Presi
dent Eisenhower. 1
Aciams arreared wilh White
House special counsel Gerald P.
Morgan. They brought no files
except one thin f Uer for Adams
With a wn a I somewhat con
iroiica smiic. r.irs. Adam
plained simny, ''he aslod me if
I vnilff coine,alnn and I said,
of t,;ursp, 'I would." She sat just
under the committee rostrum,
iann nrr nu.sppti.1.
In rca.' v.g h-s l,r .J.word prepar
ed opening statciupnt, Adams
spoke s'owly, his deep voice-dist.
iut't. -.
Coldfine could not-have asked
fT a .morr ardent, convincing
commercial for. his woolen mills
than Adams' exp anation that the
manu acturer was so proud of his
"ite is pruud of his product,"'
Adams said resolutely of Godfine,
"and he makes a good product."

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COL. JOHN D. McELIT, Lieutenant Governor-designate, who is npw on the Isthmus mak
inc a threexweek preview of his new job, includes' the Balboa Port (Captain's office in his itin itinerary.
erary. itinerary. He is shown here with Capt. James A." Flenplkcn, captain-of the Balboa Port, stand standing
ing standing in' front of the ship, model' transit board in- the Marine .Traffic Controllers; Office.,1 Mc Mc-Elheny
Elheny Mc-Elheny is making a similar inspection of all. other Canal operations. ,

Eisenhower DeclaresFree World Shocked
By Red s Execution Ql Freedom Fighters
. )' WASHINGTON, June 18 (UPI) President Eisenhower said today' that the Soviet execution
of former Hungarian premier Imre Nagy has shocked the conscience of the free world and set
back negotiations for a possible. Summit conference. ' -.
, The President told his news conference that the Soviet Union clearly intends 'to pursue
its own policies of terror and Intimidation. He said the Hungarian elerutions were proof that
the free world could place no confidence in the words and actions of Moscow
The execution of Nagy and Gen. Pal Maleter, .his fellow Freedom Fighter In the Novem November,
ber, November, 1956, revolution was, the President said,, the most shocking instance of this sort he could
think of 1 a k -,. j v , 1 j u t v
He said it jeopardizes chances of any fruitful discussions with the Russians. ;

'The 'president said Nagy and
his compatriots were not guilty
of evil but were only seeking to
remove; their country from Soviet
domination. He said their execu.
tion violated good faith.
This apparently was a refartnet
to the premiss of safe conduct
given by tha Russians whan
Nagy relinquished hisi rafugi in
tha Yugoslav embassy in Buda.
past.
Meanwhile in Belgrade,' Marshal
Tito's Yugoslavia formally accus.
ed Hun ear v todav of lying and
betraying when it executed Nagy.
A foreign ministry declaration
dented what it termed "untiuth.
ful. ...insinuations" about Nagy's
sanctuary in the Yugoslav embas
sy at Budapest and his 'subse.
quent arrest. -'."" '
This was Yugoslavia s urss w.
ficial reaction to the 'disclosure
US Govt Against
Social Security f
Hikes Folsorn
WASHINGTON tUPI) Marion
B. Folsorn stated the adminislra.
tion's flat opposition today to any
across the board increase this
year in social security beneiits:
The secretary of health, educa
tion and welfare indicated in con.
gressional testimony, however,
that if the House and Senate in.
siskon liberalizing the program,
the administration might accept
two changes:
Co.'t-of-hving Increase in bene
Tils for 5 million persons who
failed to get full benelit from the
last across-the-board boost in Sep
tember 1954. ,-
Increasing revenue to pay for
this by applying the payroll tax
to the first S4.E 0 in annual em
ploye earnings. 1 he tax now cov
ers only te first S4.200.
Folsorn testified before the
House Vays and Means Commit
tee as it opened two weeks of
public hearings on a variety of
proposa s for liberalizing social
serurjly bene its.
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D.
Ar!?.) inr!iea,"i that 110 action is
liUwy t.us year. Le said the hear,
ings may lay the basis for action
next year.

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yesterday of Nagy's' execution as
a traitor' although 0 "ficials nerenaif
had been'demning in their denun-!ll I

ciation of the Hungarian action.
The Hungarians in their daath
decree .accused Nagy of using
the ; Yugoslav embassy as a
headquarters for guiding the re.
volt. ' 1
"It is evident," the'
Yugoslav
aijj 1 bujui uihiu vuia uiitx uutiJ.ua
asertion about Yugoslavia 'set out
in the Hungarian ttatement consti.
tutes a new, disturbing and pre.
meditated sharpening in the cam.!
paign which is being waged a-
gainst our country. ..,
The statement, -read out by for
eign ministry press snokesman
Jaksa Petric, did not mention So
viet Russia byname but the im.
plication was, plain when it refer.
red to the "campaign which f is
being waged against our country."
Grdir.1 Crui: t
Frisco -DcccbJi
!:rI!:l$1I
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)"- Total
receipts irom Billy Graham's
seven.week crusade in San Fran.
cisco may exceed one million dol.
lars. .: ; ,',
Crusade leaders said esterday
the receipts will be enough', io
meet local bills and to pay for
nationwide television time.
1 They estimated local receipts at
$400,000 ;anrl contributions from
national TV audiences at more
than $600,000. '".',-'' t
Meanwhile,
ers prepared
up campaign,
local crusade lead,
an intensive follow.
Beginning Monday,
church workers will
visit homes
throughout' the city;
and crusade
leaders wi'l maintain o fices to
help churches refrh the 25,575 per.
sons who made "decisions for
Christ" during the capain.
" Graham brgan a brirf vacation
today in Ycsomite Natin'Ml Park,
lie spriil.s U an o"' '. r i ally in
Seals Stadium bunciay an.l at a
banquet of the American Medical
Assn. Monday.

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For Uuniarfcns
LONDON, June 18 (UPI) Brit.
tin today formally expretsed
L sorrow' for the victims of .the
Hungarian Blood: purge and said,
they "deserved the respect of all
mankind."
v The Foreign Office issued a -statement1
denouncing the treach treacherous
erous treacherous soirure of Premier Imre
Nagy While he bore a', safe con. -duct
pass and the arrest of hit
defense minister Gen. Paul Ma.
Jeter, during conferences with
the Russians in Budapest in Nov.
ember, 1954.
i ''Nagy was the legally" appoint,
ed head of the government which
tried to make' Hungary free and
Independent," the' government:
said."," ,V ' .
"Maleter wa a soldier who
fouaht bravely for the tame end.
''They were defeated by foreign
Intervention.
Baby Girl Runs
Into Truck Wheel
And Breaks Ankle,
; Lisa McLain; 4'2, had the luck
iest escape of the year yesverday
when she ran across busy Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Avenue.
Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. R. McLain of Golf Heights. Pa
nama City, had just come -out of
school and was running got meet
her mot'er who was on the other
sitie ot tne 'street.
bne ran out bemnd a wai'ins ve ve-hide
hide ve-hide Klraifht intn the natti nt
truck.' Driver Gilberto Ju1k tjne tjne-sada
sada tjne-sada braked and swerved, but Li.
sa ran into the rear wheel of the
truck. Her only injury was a brok.
en bone in her ankle. She was ad
mittcd to Gorgas hospital and lat later,
er, later, allowed to go home.
No License
Mois'cs Cano, 24,' Panamanian,
was fined $10 at Balboa Magis Magis-tratcs
tratcs Magis-tratcs Court, today lor driving a
truck on the Bruja Road yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, without a. valid operators li license.
cense. license.

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Pour
Made For a
Lock Floor
! Repair gansrs working on the
damaged Hoor of the east cham chamber
ber chamber of a Pedro Miguel Locks
made the final pouring of .cort .cort-erete
erete .cort-erete today. 1 ..,,.
This- completed the worit of
replacing: approximately 8,000
square .feet of concrete dam damaged
aged damaged when the floor of the
chamber buckled due to 'water
pressure- building up s between
the shale bed and the relative
ry thin' floor covering of the
chamber.' Thedamage was dis discovered
covered discovered 10 days ago.
While the concrete sets, iaoor
fcangs will be engaged In cleans cleansing
ing cleansing the locks and removing ,the
rubble,"
k Panama Canal Co. spokes
man said today, that the work
is well up to schedule and the
chamber will be xeady for use
towards the end of the month
as previously announced,.
J,nt M. i,
A!Srcc!i S;ric;nl
Fdls To Recover m
Frd Crash Injyry
Sst. WileySmith of Albrook Ajr
Force Base; who was involved last last-weplf
weplf last-weplf in an au'o accident -on Gail
lard Highway, has failed to recov recover
er recover fully, from spinal cord injuries
3, '. an Air Force sta.c
m'M.t I' 1 'V. -,
.Smith's cr 1,1 i,m -iVii,
somersaullpd over Jh driveway
into the Little League Ball Park
and landed in another ditch on the
other side of the driveway.' Police
said speed and. intoxication were
the cause of the accident; -He
,will be sent in the near fu future,
ture, future, to a stateside USAF hospi.al
which, specializes in diseases of
the nervous system
G2n.Jri!!3 Raps
M CoI!:;3 For :
Flunking Ills Son
CIUDAD TRUJILL0, D.R. (UPH
Dominican strongman Rafael L.
Trujillo .' charges'- that the U.S.
Command and General Staff Col Col-lege.'by
lege.'by Col-lege.'by flunking his playboy son,
branded 'itself a f political tool',
and proved the good neighbor pol pol-icy
icy pol-icy is dead. '
Trujillo said Rafael Jr.'s failme
will not hurt him in the eyes of
the Dominican people, who revere
him for bis "honestys, industry, In-
telligcnce and -high-sense of re re-SDonsibilitv
SDonsibilitv re-SDonsibilitv and dignity.", '"!,
President Hector Trujillo, young
Rafaels uncle, appointed him
chairman'; of the Dominican joint
chiefs of staff the' day it was an announced
nounced announced he "did not successfully
complete tlic com j" at Ft. Leav-
enworth. His fatln s yacht is now
on the way to i.os Aneeies to
bring him home. '',
"The fiood neishbor polfcv ot the
late President Roosevelt has suf suffered
fered suffered and deteriorated completely,
and thre is now no hope tnal it
will be restored," Rafael Sr. said
"A diploma gran'ed by a-mili
tary school, converted Into a po political
litical political tool at the service of pas.
sinn.r and Interests' alien to Its
purelv technical mission, cannot
cons.itute an honor for anyone.
Young .Trujillo, a lieutenant en.
eral in the armed forces com
manded by his father, left Leaven
worth last spring for I Hollywood
rest cure alter a minor ooeraiwu.
: He made headlines bv lavishing
fur coats and sports cars, bought
out of his ,$50,ooo-a-moriih allow
ance. on such film" beauties as
Zsa Zsa .Gabor and Kim Novak.
He is in the process -of. divorc divorcing
ing divorcing the mother of his six children.
Hdgan To Act
As Harbormaster, ;
James H. ll.'-n has-been Ap Appointed
pointed Appointed acting 'gormaslct at
Cristobal dur ni j ave of absence
of R. R. Wi.'. '
Will has dc ,.r.cd bf the United
S'ates on a t. ree-iuonth-yacaHoni
He will make a cross-country tour,
and visit his tro :r ln'CaHfornia
No ucIrj Luhth.
Tha F: narra Rotary Club -will
not 1' old its Usual weekly
lunr u at El Fanama Hilton
hotel t''Tiorrow. ",. '.
I". 1 t'.ere wlll'be-tiv in in-(italiatiuii
(italiatiuii in-(italiatiuii tan"'Tt for- the new
Rotary board of directors at the
hotel i.t & p.n. Saturday.

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A bill to grant US classified workers in the CcnrJ
Zone a,10 per cent pay increase was. on President Eissn
hower's desk today awaiting his signature to become law.
This signature is expected within a Week. v ...
: Meanwhile the decision to end the three per cent
discount fof rent on US quarters in the Zone was appar apparently
ently apparently effective already, without need of further signatures.'
. It is expected that some CZ pay checks will show tl.i
wage hike by early July. 1

, s J here is no doubt as to when the rents go back up
-rrthe beginning of the July 27 pay period.
' fk US Ratetidid today rie couldn't say much about
the ..elimination of the rent discount. "W had been tc!J.
it was, a temporary of fair' ;. J-
i. But he dded:' "No matter how you look at it; to tl, :
man in the street it's a rent increase. People don't
rent increases".' ' , ;
" 1 Mecwhila further anxiety was hecrd, from hi
ol Vcrkc ti-e, chat the" 'pre-5 Jf '..: S-la -v--n
, 'J;,rr-.:rr 1 -Uffici.'Ai

fx cci:o. .:t hich fcarfhuherto I'.-a p.
Stateside levels. 1
' A postal spc csman said:. "If the h:zis t Ca Ca-nal
nal Ca-nal follow the sLndards set in 1955 we' shall fce pretty
safe, but it is the uncertainty which bothers us. We bve
no immediate, fc;rs because we know Gov. W. E. fetter
is a fair man, but this bill will be in effect long after ha
has left then Isthmus." . .;' v. ...

News 'of the ending of the rent
discount was broken to US Civil
Council ofticers yesterday at the
regular monthly comerence with
the Governor held in the Board
Room at Balboa Heights.' ''
roilowmg a preaenlation by
Comptroller Philip Reel's of the
rental structure applicable to hous housing,
ing, housing, .Potter announced that as had
been indicated in the discussion at
the May Community meeting, the
three percent discount in eltect
since July 3,. 1955, can no longer
be maintained.
The Governor stated that the;
recently completed review of op operating
erating operating budget estimates for fi fi-cat,
cat, fi-cat, year 19i has made it ap apparent
parent apparent that rental discounts must
be eliminated in view of increes.
ed operational and administra administrative
tive administrative costs.
:ln announcing cie discon'inuance
nf the. discount, rale, it -was em
phasized that the discount involves
no change, in. the established ren rental
tal rental rate lor any U-S hying quart
ert ; v ..'
For individual tmplpyt ,, the
elimination of the discount will
range, from minimum of, H
cents each week on the bachelor
rooms .and 17 cents, on the ; 12
family quarters to 95 cents each
week on the jnost expinjive fam
ily quarters. : '..
Rental rates are subject to reg.
ular review to keep abreast of the
operating position..
f Most of the afternoon's meeting
was devoted to the presentation by
Steers of the formula, for ste. ting
rentals, -followed by a question ana
session on the subject. ,
Th Gnveiinor announced that
information had been received just
before the meeting about Congres-,
sional action on Canal approprla
tions for the cominff vear.
He expressed gratification- tnat
some of the' funds earlier cut from
the budget had been restored.
He said mat fundi tor tne com'
Ing year will permit a major Im Improvement
provement Improvement program at Gorges
hospital and the initiation of
V.. Jl -' Tn 1 'V''L;!
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Govt
1 WASHING T 0 N," June If,
(LFI) Congress yesterday
passed and' nt to .the White
house the ; $371,214,(iOJ Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill, including funds for
operation of the Canal Zone
government, ,
For the Fiscal Year starting
JuW 1, the bill provides S3!,
350,600 for operation of the
Canal Zone government.--The
House and Senate both
approved the compromise bill
by voice votes.

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Disco
t.
T3 nn
ew
some of the recommendations for'1
other health service improve-
ments contained in the Falk re-'
port, rlf -! j ,--,'
, Announcement was made at tlie
meeting-that the second floor (if -the
administration building in
co Solo can be used for the sum summer
mer summer recreation program ia that
community. r
Several requests were present'
ed for community improvements 1
end changes were mad by Civ-!.
ic Council officers from both
sides of the Isthmus, including
street1 lighting, traffic changes,
and community facilities."-
In discussing the principal lopia -of
the af.ernoon, the Comptroller J
read the following statement v. hicji
sets forth the .formula for tli -es- -tablishment
of rents and cilfs- 'lie
various authorization fnr h,
the rental structure: ., ..
."The formula used hv the Pmf.

ftja Canal Company in the. etab.
lishment of rental rates for U. S.
employes' quarters was deVdi bed '.'

by the Bureau of the Budget as
the result of the Company's re.
quest for exemption from the an.
plication of Budget Bureau Circul-

"The formula ia outlined' in 'a

letter from the director of thp Bur.
eau of the Budget, dated Sept 13,
iwi, wnicn simpiv provides that
rents established by the Company
wm cover an cos-ia mciuiina inter.
est on the Government's invest.
ment in housing. -,

"When Coneress enacted thtt ci t

cular into, law by neclion 1413 of
the Supplemental Appropriation
Act, 1953, approved July, 1851. ih
director of the Bureau o the Bud.
get requested an opinion fiona the
Comptroller General as to tha le
gality of 'rents established by the
company under tlw terms of the
Bureau s exemption. from Circular
A-45. :

"By decision of Oct.' 28, 1952 (B. -110835),
the Compirolior General 1

held that the basis of the revised
rental scale for U. S. ita e houaina'

adopted by the board of directors

in September 1952 was in accord accordance,
ance, accordance, with the renuirements of the
law.' Canal Zone Governmerl
costs aw not inclu in the reil
structure. ; t
."The elements c cr included
fn rents for U. S. ra;e quar.en
consist of the following: (a nainU
ehance and repair of quhr.ers;. b
other direct expenses ot housirl
operations, referred to as ;pner.,l
services, consisting of s'l-'i items
as care of grounds, wiif ined by
residents, ana termne ci
direct costs of adnniiis1'
rate housing program, v.
elude U. S. Rate share i f
operating rent offirrs a-
management exppnf.rs i t
munity Services Divi.. ;
preciation;..e) inter-" -ment.
in quarters; a i ti
bution to general ? t ;
tive exprr. r3 cT t i
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TU Ma lu b apa tarn lot taaJtia at Tin Ameroaa
Utttft art nmih4 fatatull aaa at fcaHaMt to eaNdaatl

, ) -It fm catnBta m mm f at impnunr it w oww .r...
- 'tail day; Lftrcti art ubkthta' in tha racaivaA '",'.,.'-'''

' pwAu rn is aaaa ih unwi linn "w y

f Manila at aH wrtftn it add in wrictew ranrraanta

Taia mmiihi iitunn a raipaiwibilitv ot stitamaati at klaw

.si"' ,. Thia aaw-M luumn no re-aaiuibilitv
f -! ... M A J

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n-ie ma it box

A Sir:

past And present

Ruarkous
Comments

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1 By ROBERT C. RUARK
I had no way of "knowing, when
I hand-tooled a rather short-tempered
piece about the French the
other week," that we had a' bud budding
ding budding revolution on our hands." My
idea at the time was that the vo volatile
latile volatile French were unfit to be
trusted with atom bombs.
I would imagine, that the past
couple of weeks, may. have vindi vindicated
cated vindicated what was tnen only hunch.
if there ever was a sad sum-'
mary of a once-proud nation, the
picture of two ex-premiers lead leading
ing leading 4 parade of. rabble was it. .If
there ever ,was.a pitiful portrait
of a government being "hijackecU
the hews, .gt the pastf weeks has
borne it put. " i ;
In the deliberate sabotage of

Ibrrt knows how many Cabinets,

t rencn officials hve shown them themselves
selves themselves untrustworthy even with

their ewneountry. Selfishh",ss,' as

If "Panama. Hkstojto .'liM

0"IX: wriT;'' not altogether tol.iiliW

V blame because like so

irv. ne wouia see

ith 01 us comomeo.

Tsnama HJSiona a emerkencejof 4e? grapd Charlie de
Minv others u'ho nving mis fxcnyi- c-.nZL t-

V-JSn helL ht overlooks the ..fact' that, f and hjstotytwitf siwith me-he'i

TOI Dacwara piu,m '"i.w r.lhtjn

, Before aroint any iuiuiw,

rx' m a. a .i.anfm enf

Historian out on ma icocu" v -i..-jv.u tA tut
3 TZMm Panama as a nation; .It Is rd. Insult to say nun

-ri

3

lCe orcqlomblaj an evir.topereo ham. ?nd he
further, Td lUce: f"' PS cwim run the country when he
esentment of the? ;of the term bastard flad ft in hisands once before.

i a nation; .It Is nd ; insuii 10 say tVhen the. internal workines of

. . i 1 4- . MVtviA'n mil n v n a in i . ,.

uT xi .a ik a mam a a i -a nui I u nn Liitia tt 4 vil 1 iTeta n nnwnMK ka, bi f ha,n

the blggestone.-All the natlonsof the new;-ri4 Pffl?lgl and' the'military take over,-, in

i no coup constitutes treason,: '
rOr- And tha mora iHo. that tha mil-

ftugese Brazil was colonized principally fronV Snalfl Theonly itarv has takeover is pure pa pa-;?r
;?r pa-;?r v.. TnHinn anil thank God that in Panama thos; -5

WiSSJlfi 1 ve VTreTervationl -And that "farmed-out,' reUred
L0i2f.0I"S indmed to emerge

iiu-.ui. vwj. wr."".-ii. 4n,. nation' cunttai trom tnwmouid of nis mush-

!t.,,n; .Tmnrornise anrf nurtured rooms, at a rather advanced age,

nikes you a. little sick: ;

France' since World ; War til

TLT1I ,

sppja ""f"1? Vi.ri7 wistorlan'S. was In makes you a

Ttire' momw Mini m "iwi r ;y. i,u Pmum'

- ium rtFnrta Panama was? alwavi xrauce since 1 worm ; war- u
aVi- ?anamrf was never W Oriniina. rniu wo f . -iat...."'!.. rj..

-MiMa afti ufm ananlsh elt. here ws destrc-vea'py. Morn. V,

Funam aiwr H15 .0 '" L:"- fuZT-H ita correct-name fie description 'or analy!

bility to run itself inside: 'and the

.finished to fOW nyone, ever call; itftthe; NeGranaoa Aj w t welu a,airu

raju-naar : . .... ..J-.,.. inV t Pa.fl- 'iuer.iur vie 1 woiuigs 01

."But enounh Of ine nasi. 1 ca j v., jnatq There i0 i Hm old saying,
ama todav, and am proud, of J-i,: :v.ri 'ifVl-' r which.the Rumanians relish, which

The Americans ttwm inw'OM p. "iri?A Vhrawd y that if you have a Ruma-

mm. a Vl.a.-.i lTflMlllR ni nillll ;:. I.I If V LCllllDU a-f .. -t j r- 1 J li .. 1

:nu, you uon i neea

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na.i zone nun.. rjuuu-vn" -. "lau.iw.a mi

sneculaton But they wewea dv tnis r," an enemylThat is more ftr, .less
man, who left In the treaty he signed, aoophole fw ths Pa tne position;of FranJe in regar(I t0

' -.wnen awa w,,dn- William Howard r iVii l"!'.? i Lup.

1 aiainio- tha altuatimv' Taft lW.C?Wli?THren

mi tee on CeanlcDCanals Aprtl LntTdSectW the resuIt revolution;, with a
190i treaty) is -pecuHar. in jot confe"in rous military and s strong
1 upon nhe United States but giving to the Un ted St" J man on a horse. This man, de
uyva mw vv u.v... Mt ar a. aovereien.: This elves r;.iii t. u.

' Srt toihf 1 obvious implication that a mere titular oyereinty rest 0f, the world and. like ? the
to rerved tft the. Ppnatfman government tf.jJti.-i-A average man ,ho approaches
t" f f The truths ihahflew hm !E.

itynewsaiy.inne-

r uown

doubly

Gaulle,

that
vent

while

SfdpeASo
. in view ui L.". tha TPrenchman. Bunau ha n w w.i t w.m- k.fh.

.V.,ta) Thf the treaty seenu to pteseive, tlw.titular aoverelgntylth. 0thlCabinets wiU be.

ibofTMme ranxibuaVlearrdown de

I -Woa think this is not. ft irumui auuk-, u7riC:'; t'.u can P Preny sura ;
JZw I, fth. question .hM'beenvtalsed,. 1 may ?ay I th fhey- ,wiIL ahojzitKkM45

l..rtvflr.. H:ve'w-the' rights -and powers as W'-'wer; were thetf 0wn prlvate ambitiorts

THE BROADWAY LIGHTS ..
, r '
"Say, Darling,", the 'comedj a a-bout
bout a-bout a musical show (at the IAN.
TAJ, is ft dclghtlul romp, li 4
crowded with attractive members
of Kquuy and is never dull, i
David ,,Wayne (a newcomer play-i
wright la Broadway trqm HixvU-,
lei tov. wilh his meaty,! assign-

ment, tuttutting the hetfy coiipe

tition from Vivian ciaine, .onnuj
Desmond. Horace M c M a h n,

Constance Ford, Jerome Cdw&

and Robert Morse, me lauer s

imnarsonation of a tyro producer

almost steals tne snow. may u&
a caricature of a producer (named
Prince), but it is more like a tar.
toon of lawyer Roy MV Cohn
Betty Comden, Adotph Green and
Jules Styne's scort is best when

tha ;tar rentier "uance vmy

u';u im. tA Tflva Mn"iandr

1.1 UC. J W I

'Say,,DarlingTThe big nef

ffaoials Iroml screech, tine .gourmets can yelp,

nation, can on-

im.t A pretty

dressed bum,.

urn. or course.

rrrr-rfirv-. nVmiMh arias became nresident in tne, .But at the Jmoment thev cot 1

ThtrtiMhat Panama had ev Chief Executive Who believed in seU-imposed cop J;ontrolUng a mu

for the Panamanians. fV 3 .r H ' l "ny- na And .tlw-cop,

.- If the

Eisenhower
lw another

with i i!ocal 907. jAFL-CIO, The other union 4enflsjto: beiotl,etht ipeoplt;4e IJast.'-wklked or

e. ana aoes nuir seem 10 nau, ..... BIO p.v.... :",
-I .... rnal rnmnanv - Inn fflva him tha noava. too.-

Face lu de uauue nas tnnerit tnnerit-i:an
i:an tnnerit-i:an anarehv 'work ell for lone.

Tha Hamncrat.in nrnrataai ffat. Inst.

J.'y y---A:i::ii,,-f- i.t ...'- '. tfry'-'-jrlri V in -a .sea of private power-seizing
al-' ii'-i viV- i...viMa tait. inrfeaaftAtRr! H6&ifin I'dear- subiec to daily-change according

begging side;

' r)0pETa-A'MlSNO:BtDG

E

J lv love So l can understand how Betty ManoryMaii Boxune. to rne wnim ,oj tnis generi nere
12? feels Tbout the budgie she is lookiLgvWut tnpveifTriid to that general there, -wiUi the old
rJti vu rinarn.' -' t r J v" mn unable io couht 611 support.

bout the hit is Johnny Desmond's
big-timeT performance. 'Ttie best.

seller tecpraing;, star maoe ma
Broadway debut in this happy pro.
duction. 1 .The sort; of show we
annM enlnV1 tWleei-'S.'.'Vi '' ft f

lhiflew (a'e da Paris oroducet1

! ..... .. ...u- 1....

(L. ivvauers;, wno nun
ed after severai etback (and wOM

ry) offered itna "wwvegas im.
hiana" how 50.50 DerctntaKe

deal to start at wice.Teevee film

commitments (at,uesuu; pronion
vi .Baby Lake, the tvxJfot 1 show:
gal .(at the. Latin Quarter),, was
Birthday'd yesterday' E I e v e n.
years in 'the; same :line. V .She' h4S
her headlights aimed at Vegas.';.
Betty Bartley has Vivki Cum Cum-mings
mings Cum-mings formei role nr,,Surtlmer',
(which lours..shortly.V starring th
Jama Masons. .Ruth Donnol'y

finished 'a book off her adventures
in Hollywood'and along, The Street

a

. .1

t xha a hurlirlii bird of blue.

i't While soaring around one day he flew
: Into tlw open space outside :
And so' he s lost. And I ean't hide

' v Tha 'fear I'have for iiini, w e. ,

1 1 He. does not know how to go- bMTj'
Because he was raised. in a flat y A, .r

And he will miss ma iamniaroase -,
He always flies to when afraid.
" At tiighi a budgie cannot see
- And so may roost high in a tree." t
s. Then h is supposed to eat
travel nMt.h his aeed and treet.

V, And W you see why I'm upset
v Now I've lost my Grandma's, pet-

So if you see a ouagie ny ,Lw-L j,.
i In daylight round your plaee,- pleas fry l"

To phone, or get in wmcn wiin ma j,.;
And I will thank you gratefu ly. t
- v 1 i- Verona Vockrodt

' .1 a a

s monument- to lM Ditmmine.' in

efficient and selfish leaders. And

1 don't think that Big Charlie .can
make it work. -' -Nor
do I think it's ; trustworthy

as an ally. I'drather have U as
a tfoe, instead, because v leon
Dieu knows d.hajt it is its i own

worst enemy apd needs' small out-
K.l. Annnnraoramant t.n frnmhlp: t

of Dreams. She appeared in 97,
movies; The tome's- title: "In the
Canv. .'.My Fair Lady" grosses

Wer $130,00 (weeky)' here and in

UhlCagO. 4 i'-W".!
..,:,c.;' j. . ,-Vr :?t..:tXv3
t How rnShy- Broad wayites look up
to i'ee' the four full-length s.atues
of stars in nicnes at the 2nd floor
level of 1. Miller's on the 46th side
of the Big Street? ;The quartet:
Ethel Barrymore ; as Opheia);
Marilyn Miller (as Sunny); Mary
Pickford (as Little Lord Faunt Faunt-leroyi
leroyi Faunt-leroyi and Rosa .ponselle (as Nor.

ma ). si. Jtecommehded:. V J 0 h n

Gart's 'new album, "South of-' thi
Border;" and JonifJames' newy;

".Coming t torn 1 ou .m juo

tocco remains the colyum's favor.

ite after.theatre dancing ipat; The

sst of celebrated characters al-

ways put on a'good -showi'tfS.Don
.Tbj.kl ..mm.j! v tin. ;. .icY fli.t 1

er, A"The ftabbit .Trap"X starring

E. Borsnine. .Broadway Confuc'

ius: Get it 'While You're Hot,: Inl

show 'bis ethe Winters last longer
than the Summers. ;tu'

j Since? gratitude is rare it is news

to" note that, Joaa Crawford's auto,
biog, expresses eloquent thanks to
a, producer for. his help. -It should

De a prosperous season aiong toe
Rooster Route. Dollars are ex.

nected to outnumber mosquitoes..

Some of "the ; Eisenhowers Nixon

alleeeif ; gags are more ;,obfloxius

tha the ones once, circulated ii
bout FDR. v '.William Holderi owns

a radio station 1b Hong Kong.
A- movie mag breathless'y re."

ports: Debra Paget owns a jeweL
e d .station, wason, (Doesn't every
ooqy?) ;,; .There will be's .tor

rent of' premieres in ucr. adow zu
criticchallengers are due, ." ;
Franks LP, "This, X Is Sinatra"
helps explain what makes big-tim.
ers big. .. .Jayne Mansfield's dou.
Weitiike induces "I look well in
a bathing suit .because;; .J have1
' iy VGone "'Wttie'WindTvwill
never be Deddled to teevee; Every

time it's reissued. '.it earns about

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. -ent nension on oultting. along wlth-lheiull blessings of

: ti'Ji-'mnlnvai 'Wrt harf beerf kent'iiL teconomle

br a itof 30 years', "gets exactly, a kick in the seat as a final
nw iure to kill what's left of his -spirit Shd ampittonv Jhere is

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Us for 'the 'Vertigo" movie are

tne work 01 saui Bass. Very dev.
ah, .Folks, Tveui can set rich fool.

mg people. One of the TV rating

services grosses over $20 million

annually. I Robert Mitchum's

son appears, with his .father in the

"Ihunaer Road" movie. Inci.

dentally, Newsweek a recent essay

about the chidren of stars and
their show biz careers reminds

you how.'tembus has fusited.

ttouywood is tort Knox when
you have a ttlidkVfHck.' Producer
Sam Scieeel is exoectfid to earn

$5 million from The Bridge on
the River Kwai". Ji.0ne of teevee's
hajjpy' Wasure-fiimters was asked
w.iat He ihtendl doing with his win.
ning loot. His, apt response: "It

adds up to a lot of iishing. 1 y

"My Fair Lady", witnesses "are

ffpnafallv Pnnvinrart 5 that 'ir.llia.

will ; miry 'Prof. Higgins.'-Gi Bi

Shaw had other ideas: In an epi-j
logue to "Pygmalion"; Shaw wrote
that Higgins would remain a bach
elor and Eliza would, wed Freddy
v v ."'South Pacific"; threatens to
be '20th's biggest coin.gctter since
"Tha- Unhj." ;- Th.' i... -1..

two' directors whose names on a
marquee represent boX-office pow.;
ert' Cecil BDeKiUe- and Alf Hitch
cock. I'.What 'tyji "of training is
required for "a glama gal? Sev Several
eral Several years' ago, -Kim Novak' was u
dentist's assistant in Chicago. 4
Osear Levant, whose TV flippan
cies have aroused much commen,
onci offered, this, self-description:
I"n a tontrbver'sial figure., My
friends dislik me or hate me"..'..
Please; wake u'S up1 whei soqioiig.
ists' and; psychologists cease di
cussing rocknroll significance.
i"-'.; - C l 'A. ''''
Natalie. Wood JiaV been foiling in
films for 15 years. Her parents
have put her earnings in a trust
fund. When, she isNoC legal age,
Miss W6od, will become Miss Gold
, .'Good to see that news photd of
Liz Taylor smi'ing' aeain. She tan

ped the table with her fingers at

py night. ,,. Among the Top Ten

uesusemng. aioums are' two ver.
sions t the "iSouthPacifjc.' wore.
One with the movie cast, the other

witn tne original uroaoway cast...
Jufje; Allysou has never been to

a- beauty parlor and never ; wears
a.hat.vJ. .The record bit is im.
mense Platters are' LnoW beina

Eut out by approximately T500 la la-els.
els. la-els. .Even though you'ret not a
Presley fan, Elvis' imitator make
you appreciate the originaJ,,; i t ;;

. Suzy. Parker had an early mar.
riaj?e w,hich was annulled The
same situation- takes wlaco 1 in
Miss Parker's latest movie,; VTen
North Frederick'' .. During the
past season,, more- off ; Broadway
shows were ? reviewed by cri' 'cs
than: the regular entries. . ."The
Brink of Life,'-' a Swedish film,
will raise eyebrows.; Concerns the
women in a jnaternity wardr-and
how they 'became encientev .En.

tertainment? Nat (King) 1 Cole'S
,"St. Louid Blues' album.i.Strange.
ly. ithe film versions of Eugene i
O'Neir's. classics have rarely I
clicked. Latest disapnointment is

"Desire Under the Elms", .
Cosmopolitan's beauty issue is a
beaut. 1
,. .,.fJ,,i v .. ,t ; j .t.-.-
' One large T advertising agency

employes '100 research analysts i

to analyze the reports of rating
services. .Some record comoa.
nies are working on a three.shi't
basis to-- fill- orders for rocknro'1
spinners. .Films irt Review is
nawty inVa dainty manner. The
mag reports: "Lana Tunrer got
her first part in a movie by em.
phasizing her' secondary? sexual
characteristics." (Gee-whiz). iv
Ernest Hemingway's odd writing
habit: He turns out his master,
pieces "standint? up using -a pen
cil for composing the story and
description and a typewriter for
dia'og. ; Ebony mag has an im im-pressive
pressive im-pressive essay about Belafonte's
empire. V -Add wars: Nool Cow.
ard and' British drama I viewers.
I'm no longer interested in

Everybody- wants critics td like
them.

i ri ; :

nefactor, an i . I.e......

viuer, -yuu- tve- t.j ;

someihing flccut '.he V.

ducts Labelir,-; Act.
It's an act rcquirir.; 'wool 'ma 'manufacturers
nufacturers 'manufacturers to. state whether their
puoduco is made -of pure-wool,
reprocessed wool (wool scraps), or
reused wool the latter being old
clothes.', sold as rass ? ; xso

ven. This libeuns lets L.. rrnb.

lie know just what it is buy ;-?.
; The terms cf the law are slri'jt,
anJ if a woolen -mannacturer con.
tn.es to violate it i;.e can i; r o
secuted criminally.. ...'.'
; Adams'. friend, 'Bernard C-'-' ,ne
Is a big-time operator. He o i tne
Nor-hlield Mills at Northfieii.. Vt.;
the Labanon Woolen Mill Corp. at
Lebanon, N.H.: and the Strathmot

Woolen, Co. at, Uoston. v ,' i :
Hii political friends are "as fir fir-flung
flung fir-flung as his business interests, and
he has also been friendly, with-him
Hagerty; 'ihe W hite House prefs
Secretary who has fceen.sp vigor vigorous
ous vigorous indefending Sherman Adams.
On one occasion Hagerty was din din-ing:
ing: din-ing: in. Goldfine's private suite; in
the Sheraton-Carlton and then he
became physically,ll, Goldfme
compahned to the hotel manage1 manage1-meiv.
meiv. manage1-meiv. that Hagerty had been sery-

eu poisonous ioou. r. v".

Jbarly in the Eisenhower admi.

nistration, November. 1953. Gold-

fine's firms got caught selling a
product labeled 90 percent ; wool

and 10, percent vicuna thoueh ac

tually they' contained a' large per

centage of nylon. ; ;

Whether the .vicuna coat fiiven

td Sherman Adams by. Goldfine

was also mislabeled in not known.

At any Mte..after Adam$:h4
called chairman Ed Howrey "of the

Federal Trade Commission twtee.

the case against Goldfine s mills

was "closed'? as of Feb., 5. 1954.

1 SICNiCANT'CALL

Sherman Adams, -In admitting

that he called the' Federal Trade

commission, minimized the

portance of his intervention?
. To understand its" true import importance,'
ance,' importance,' you have to know first that
a call from Adams Is considered
almost r the equivalent of : a cal.
from the President -' .-;( t.
You also have to know that A A-dams'
dams' A-dams' assistant at that time was
Charley. Willis, son-in.law of Har Harvey
vey Harvey Firestone q! -the' Firestone Rub
ber Co., and that Ed Howrey of
the Federal) Trade ''Commission
had 'long been; the attorney for
Firestone. His wa a purely polv
tical 'appointment 'ic s o
After he E became' chairman of
the Trade, Commission, mcidoiitil mcidoiitil-ly,:
ly,: mcidoiitil-ly,: an investigation of Firestone

other ( rubber companies evapor-

aiea. n jus; seemea to vamsii

"iiFurthermore, Hawrey's secret-

ary, Miss Clara Shumate told Har

ris committee wooers thai? ner

boss went to: the. White House ev

ery r couple of weeks during the
first- part of i the Eisenhower Ad.
ministration to confer with Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams1 They enjoyed very
close relations.'- vi (
Most of these conference) inci incidentally
dentally incidentally Were regarding the re revamping
vamping revamping of the Trade Commission
so as to weed out anti.monopoly
Patman of .Texarkaua,' Texas, lat later
er later accused Howrey of reorganiz reorganizing
ing reorganizing the commission to favor W2
business and j then 'resigning, to
practice f i fore the friends he had
appointed, i; r..i .- it.

; All this Is why cafl-, from' A!

oams 'to tiowrey got extremely
fast ration. Jt even produeeTl i
memo -to the Winter House in one
tlayj'later closed the case against
Adams' generous ; behef actor in
early 1954.; s- j.-M'.?;.';-
GOLDFINE'S WILLFIJL
VIOLATION k
Goldfine, however, didn't carry

put, his promise not to violate the

;aw. a areri.ly he figured his t'
i -;-t .' ciuence maJ.e h:ra'iiu..V
I r;r woolen firms cct plained
f -'T-.')'. thereafter that he was vj,
isnn- the law asain. cot. ."
r a;:.;s were: Katca Tex ..e r.. s
frch ,F inijer Mills, .v v" 4
iorsled Co. and troad ; r'a.
bncs, all of New York. -1.'
Tesu". Charles Canavan,
riu projects attorney, re ivea a '"
report Aon: i-, v::i fro,s: Sohert
t:o.t,-nt i;nv saiT'in.-' New"-"
xork, i,".at Coi.I.rs once ;..in was
ttislabtung, . ....
. ; There foTlowetTa long investiga-i
Uon and -a hearing".: Several' Um
this hearing, scheduled to be held
in Larhngton, V t., was postponed
-beca; d of the-interest "of the ', -'"
v. hite House. -; ; '- .-..'
Finally, a year and a half later.'
JIarchl3; ,1956, a full report waf

! '.rtur.-.ana project attorney Cana Canavan.
van. Canavan. recommended that ha

be sent o the Justice Jeparment
for, cirminal, orosecutinir Hara la

.the exact. -wwding of his; recom-

(.'.'This ,ase lias.:been "cBrefnlw

reviewed and the possibility of a

uuer w supuiaie nas been confl.
dered. However since the facts
indicat that large iquantities of
fabrics Which haV Wn mannfaa.

turned and sold. since he fall of''.'

1953 have; been misbranded and
misrepresented in violation of tht 1
Wool Producs. Labeling- Ac, i
would appear ha y complaints ?
should be issued to restrain uie
three mill) from violating theso
proposed- respondents (Goldfine's
three mills) from violating these
statutes in the future... ;
"it is furiher recommended- that
he .commission cerify. all M tho.
pertinent facts U6 the Attornej- :
General for. appropriate- proceed proceedings.
ings. proceedings. This action is recommended ;
because yie faeis in' this case in- j
dicate thafthe acts of-Northfieid
Mills, Lebanon Mills. Strathmoro ;
Wool Corp.,- Bernard and Horace
Goldfine were premeditated and J;

tne violations of the Wool products

i litucuug aci were wiiuui. ;
"M, i k u itu. ".'i

man ; Adams had arranged for
Goldfine and his son to meet per personally
sonally personally with chairman Howrey in
the-latter's office Afterward,. Gnld-
fine called Adams and, in front
pf FTC officials; ostentantiQiisly;
said: "l am over at the Trade ;
Commission.,; I have been treated :
very well over here.Thanks for
arranging, the appointment' r ; ;
' He Was treated Very well. Cans- :
vatf was only, a :areer"pfficer. His
advice, for,, criminal presecutioa,
was, ignored; lppep officials ouer ouer-rulea.him,
rulea.him, ouer-rulea.him, TafajaSev'gaiiuv Gold..--

line was dropped.

f :
f ' V-;.

v-The worid's highest Water Water-fall,
fall, Water-fall, AngeV Falls, ot the( side
,ot Devils Mountain ''in the
fiuisma HiBhlandKCf Venezu

'elarws first seen, by .Jimmy
Ansel -from' a plane in 1935.

Tha fall, with a drop of over

"?nft feet "were not visited for

the. first time until 1949 be-

; cause they are so hard w reacn.

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KNOWLAND'S THEIR MAN This pretty trio is all out for
willwm; Knowjand in his race tor the governorship of Call Call-fomia,
fomia, Call-fomia, --And rightly sO-r-they're all fcnowlands. Xenter Is
)Mr.;-Waiiam f, Knowland, wife pt ,the Republican- senator.
Flankingher are: the couple's, daughters, Emelyn, left, and
iEstehe. Traveling, by special bus, and accompanied by a baby
.elephant, left, they intend to cover 5,000 miles before the June 3
primary election. '.. -.-s.-a- .-.

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YfAncinn fif Mfih
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I o. employer yotea

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The .Sen
te, driving toward final' passage
' of a labor reform bill, voted aster-

-may iu mkuu m nujmjjcij
taonCommunist path now required
v 'of labor leaders. TM vote wag 66
(Vu 2(T. :t;:A'',?-'-
' i 'The action .cameon an amend
-Itnent by Sen. Karl E.VMundt R

i ts ...k aM finthintf' hart mil)
O i ( WUU DB1U ...... r
pened in -the past: 10 year to Jus
tify a provision in the bill which
'would have repealed the affidavit
'requirement in the Taft .Hartley
t r Sen. John F. Kenn e'd y ; (D
Mass-.),' floor i manager of the
fmeasure,' said the affidavit Jhad

I lantifommumst weapon in the la

" bor nVoVementvHe argued "in vain,!

' 1th at "the proposal toextenau to
management officials was -"ridic
. fulous' '
" The vote marked the; most im
fportant victory yet pained by the
- Senate f outv which- has been

pig itin-" fr a s1
t hi han
the one approved by ine- leiti3
jcraliC controlled Senaie Labor
Lomminet.
Earlier, Sen. Hi Alexander
Smith (RN J.), ranking Republi
can on the committee; announced
withdrawal of nine admmis'tration
jamendments, which were part of
an ISnoint pacKase introduced
il&st week. -,,'
i ). sava.Timt
...
-, Smith noted thaf two of the pro
posals were' rejected -while seven
were accepted by .Knndy and
written into the bill. 'H said that
Sn the interest saving time.he
'Iwouldl refrain from calling (up the
test. 4 4
Smith's decision gave a boost to
WforU-bv Senate leaders to reach
k final vot on the measure: How
lever, therft strll were a number of
(amendments hanging fir- which
'could delay .completion of the -bill.
( The bill is designed to correct
fceriain abuses disclosed by v the
ISenate Hackets Committee: : ; .i
' The Senat adopted a s second
'amendment by Mundt under
Which members of a labof -union

Senate-Approves Historic Bill Tp Aid
i US Surpass Soviets Jn .PJanots Race

I 'WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen.
f hte swiftly pproved a historic
I space bill yesterday to help the
I United States catch and surpass
J Russia in the race for the moon
' mrl nianpfs.

ffThe bill, shouted through,, by
toice vote, would create a civil.
an National 'Aeronautics and
, pac Administration to-direct
; ;his country's purely peaceful ef ef-orts
orts ef-orts in space.
The-hew,. agency would W as
A mportant as the Atomic Energy
' Commission, created in another
i. ListnriA hill itnnra than 10 vearS

ago. ,i v 1
t A Senate-House conference com.

.( fciittee will try to hammer out a
5 Compromise between the Senate
ill and a version passed by the
Louse on June 2. Both bills are
omewhat different' than ? the
measure proposed s by v President
lisenhower. I
' Sen. Styles Bridges- R.N.II.)

foresaw quick compromise be-

' 'ween the two bills. He said dif differences
ferences differences between the Senate- and
House measure probably were
-."exaggerated."
The surprise Senate vote" came
ffter the chamber broke off de.
fate on its labor reform bill, to
take Up the space measure. -The
Senate acted after- Demo Demo-'
' Demo-' ratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
fex.) said the bill r a 1 s e d no
- uestion of military ; civilian
! fontrol in -s p a c e exploration,
i tohnson headed a Special 'blue
i'kk. nAmMiii ',...u:Ai.

"liraited the bill.
VThat control will clearly, in
4he traditions of our country, and
in accord with the fundamental

"""rrincipals nipon which our govern

inent flourishes, be civilian,"

CnnimiinKtiOflth

1 viVr-:iv'r .i':
un yyoenaiors
"it, .,;-
in1 trusteeshin would have to; fur
nisH: the .same' information 'about
the trusteeship Wis' now given to
the Jabor department.
; Jt, shouted, down a proposal by
Sen;, William A.. purteU(RDonn.)
which, would have, required the
Federak Media'tjon and Concilia
tion Service to declare a deadjeck
in a labor dispute before a strike
could be called.
; The bill. contains these major
provisions designed1 to safeeuaid
union Junds and promote I Demo
cratte procedures;"-
- Detailed Raportg k'
'vi''!vn':vi,f :';r..:t 'vVf:'
- -Unions would have to file ae
tailed annual reports with the La
bor Department ;pn bylaws, 1 pro
cedures, and finances. The secre
tar'y'of labor would have full sub
pena powers to investigate wheth
er the requirements' were being
carrid out.-. "..... ,.
Union -members i coulds chal
lenge elections in iedara) csurtsi
-rPersons convicted of felonies
would ba barred from holding un
ion office? pending 'restoration of
state voting rights. Persons- con
victed of violating' reporting Te
porting requirements w o u 1 d ba
barred from office ; for five year.
- National and international un
ions s would have to elect officers
by secret ballot at least ( every
live years. weals would be .re
quired to hold secret ballot ; elefi
tions very four years.,
Union- trusteeships would have
to -be t reported to the Labor De
partment and would, expire after
'18 month unless ; the union pre
sented "clear. and. convincing
proof"-1 tha a." longer term was
needed. -r- 'V- ,;;. -tv
Employers rwould ilave to, re
port expendrturea A to .influence
workers in- labor matters and ar
rangements with I'middleulmen"
for this purpose, w : ; :
i Persons filing false reports',
destroying 'records, v embezzling
union funds, or oflherwise violat violating
ing violating provisions of the bill would be
subject to $10,000 fines and one.
year jail tef ms.'- r ""'yr .: ''; v
Johnsoii said. He added "that the
bill was '.'in harmony',' with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's 'request,
" Like the President's proposal
and the House 'measure,' the Sen.
ate bill would create an 'agency
run by a civilian director who
would be the operational head of
the non-military space program.
" Unlike the other "two proposals,
the Senate bill would make the
new agency's civilian efforts and
the, Defense Department's mill,
tary space efforts subject to the
policy guidance and review of a
seven memben space policy
board, of which the secretaries of
state and defense, the director of
the NASA Vand; the, chairman of
the ALU would be members: The
President would appoint three
other members, not- more thin
one of them from v the Defense
Department. x ..yJx
The board would be responsible
for making a continuing study of
space activities, v recommending
new programs and designating re.
sponsibility for major projects.
The secretary of defense- could
appeal the board's rulings.
TREASURY REPORT
WASHINGTON (UPI) u. The
Treasury issued a final report' on
its recent $9,550,000,000 financing.
It Said holders of three maturing
issues' exchanged all but 350 mil.
lion dollars worth of their securi securities
ties securities for the lnew Treasury issues
oliered. Subscriptions for- a- new
2V per cent bond totaled $7,384,.
371,500: Th balance of the roll.
over, i:,K5,2Ci,L,o, went .unto -a
1W, per -cent certificate.

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OTTA'.VA (ITI) A I year-c!i
he r to a chain stoie f '. -
va Vi.l.iarreJ frc n l..s ho..: n1
Montreal iast St'-rday and n l
for $li).C,i) rans n, tit found
alive and unharmed yesterday in'
the home of a taxi driver her", f
The d iver, Edward F. -jer, 'if
police that blue.eyed Jot-1 Reit Reit-raan
raan Reit-raan had been left In his car by'
a few hours "sight seeing." The
woman, did not return. : -.,
RECEIVES COMMISSION A A-mong
mong A-mong 'ihe 150 seniors at' the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania State University "Who re received
ceived received commissions in the -U.S.
Armed Forces recently is Thomas
W. Grimison, of Balboa,' who was
commissioned a second lieutenant
in the U.S. Marine Corps Re Reserve.
serve. Reserve. Grimison is scheduled to
report to the basic -school at
(juamico to complete training aim
receive further .assignment, t
Accused I(ill:r
Most VcnlDd Lisl
.2 WASHINGTON' (UPI) An c
cused killer whose troubles with
the law, began at the age. of. 13
was placed on' the FBI's, list of
"ten ,mosrwanted, fugitives' -today
.--4 "', '. .-!! -"
He Is Angelo Liiigi Pero,' pudgy,
53-year-old ex convict who ;once
raised pigeons for. a, hobby- and
prefers conservative business suits
to more .colorful hoodlum garb.
Pero and a', friend already ion
thm '"mnt wanted'?: list ar
charged with murdering a-W-year-
old Brooklyn.,,, .1, youtaiin
gangland atylo last tarcn.. f ;
The Vouth. Alexander Menditto,
died nine days after five bullets
were pumped into him-on a mw
York City street:
The FBI savs of Pero: "He
may, be armed and is considered
extremely dangerous."
Pero's associate, Dominick Scia
lt. was put on the list last month.
Both men are also accused of
crossing state lines to avoid prose prosecution,
cution, prosecution, i
The new vacancy' on' the list of
fugitives -occurreed with the cap.
ture in Los Angeles of Quay Cleon
Kilburn, whor esaped irom Utah
state prison last fall by showing
a ''press card." -Kilburn is a con.
victed bank robber, and car thief.
-- Pero is married and tht father
of three children. He is S feet.
3 inches tall, weighs 180 pounds
and has dark brown hair', and a
dark complexion." He has a mole
in the center of his forehead and
a one-inch- scar at, the corner of
his right eye. .i ,' ,'
The FBI says Pero Is a boxing
and horse racing fan. .He has
worked at odd jobs ranging from
cook to claim adjuster, He learned
to, run a sewing machine in, jail.
Wisconsin D:nios
M:j Oul Ptilcrm r
As Rsncor Lingers;
- LA CROSSE, Wis. (UPI)-Wls-consin
Democrats renewed v their
task of; hammering out a' plat platform
form platform at the state convention
today, but rancor lingered over
the naming of a Negro to; serve
as national committeewoman.
Supporters of Mrs. Marguerite
Benson v interpreted ithe election
of Mrs. Vel Phillips, a Negro at.
torney, as a rebuff to Mrs. Hen Hen-soft's
soft's Hen-soft's 25 years of party service.
State Democratic : Chairman
Patrick Lucey, meanwhile, denied
Mrs. Phillips election was .man .maneuvered
euvered .maneuvered by the northern wing of
the party. '-,
Her election by a 591447 vote
late Saturday would "solidify and
deepen the support of liberals,
minority groups and intellectuals'
for. the party in' the .; November
elections, Lucey said. Lucey a is
known to have the backing of Sen.
William E., Proxmiro (D-Wis.) in
this case. 6 i '''"'.'',
Mrs. Benson's adherents re
mained hitter, and charged that
Mrs.; Phillips was elected merely
to demonstrate liberalism, with with-out
out with-out any reference to the long ser
vice of the 59-year V old grand
mother. Mrs., Phillips, 34, Js the
first' of her race to be elected to
such an office in the country. ..
"I wasn't elected just because
I am a Negro, "But my backers
can doubly rejoice that this will
snow mat there are states' wmcn
just don't preach democratic
principles, but make it a 'reality."
Harold Flynn, who seconded
Mrs.; PhilliDs' nomination: laid:
"We are not here to reward long
service to the party. We are here
to elect someone who can serve
us wetl. We are practical politi-

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Jo.-! i 1 a maid, Greta Goede.
4 ", a German immigrant who had
tkvn employed bf the Reitmans
f:-i i weeks, vanished from tne
ho.iie S.iurday night while his
parents were visiting friends.
Police had believed trom the
ransom note that the' maid,, who
entered this country in '1954, also'
had' been kidnaped. The' note
threatened both her and the boy
with death.
Police said the maid was being
sought for 1 questioning. Before
being employed in., the $100,000
borne of the Reitmans, she had
worked in Victoria, .: Vancouver
and Dawson Creek, B. C. .
News of the kidnaping had "been
Withheld until- Tuesday Royer
contacted police after hearing -a
radio broadcast about tht missing
bov. t 1 ; " '"...
The boy is the 5 only child ot n
Cyril and Dorothy Reitman. His
father is the only son of Sam
Reitman, who is the principal ;
shareholder in a chain of more i
than 2'JO clothing store. i across i
Canada. Cyril Reitman is a'buyer i
ior the firm I
Roy said the woman with the
child flagged his cab Sunday
morning outside a bowling alley.
He said ne arov ner arouna ior
45 minutes, then took her to the
Lord Elgin Hotel where sht stay,
ed with .the boy that night. Mon.
day, he said, sjie called, him ind
asked if he knew of someone who
could care for tht boy for a few
hours.
: Royer said hi took tht boy
home with him; He said Joel
Dlaved with his children and ap
peared to: be happy, -except : for r
times- wnen. ne w o u i o cry oui
"mummy" and "daddy."-
f The boy's .mother, who is 25,
spoke to Joel by telephone from
Montreal: his iiintr oounaea
from their suburban Mount Royal
home when notified by police and
shouted to newsmen: i "Wt'vty got
hirn We've got him!"
The Reitmans and hen mother
later left by car with a police es escort
cort escort to drive tht 100 miles to Ot.
tawa. x i
Police' said tht wiman who
abandoned tht boy had registered
at the hotel under the name of
"Mrs. Brown.'.' Sht checked out
Monday at 10 a.m. ,'
The ransom note demanded $10,.
000 in denominations of $20' and
$50.: As instructed, tha Reitmans
hid .the money, wrapped in three
napkins,' in the- women's wash,
room of the bus terminal in down,
town Montreal. ,,
: When the money had not been
picked up by yesterday, police and
the family decided to lift tht newt
blackout in tht hope that it would
help to find tht boy.-
. The secret of the kidnaping was
so well kept ; that not even the
next-door neighbor of the Reit.
mans had any indication that any.
fkintl Wk.MWAN. I"
..-.Mrs. Reitman earlier had plead.
ta ior tht return of htr son In a
radio message.
"X desperately nttd your help,
Greta, Please, pies se, do all in
your power to get them to leave
my boy in any church or any
place you can get to. If that can
not bt done, pleat ask them to
get in touch with me."
Police informed wire services.
newspapers, radio and TV stations
of the kidnaping Monday after.
Pcnama Lino
. Oollln3
Tht Panama liner Cristobal (ail (ailed
ed (ailed from New York. Yesterday .aft .aft-ernoon
ernoon .aft-ernoon for Cristobal via Port-au
Prince Haiti, with 17 passengers
for CristoVal ahd t passengeis
Dooxea ior nam.
News that the Panama liner
would sail on schedule was reciv reciv-ed
ed reciv-ed here by radio from N.Y; yester-
u uivHiuiif...j.ii rimmt' jiner
Ancon is now en rouie to ..New
x one ana is scheduled to., arrive
there Friday. ..v;: ;? ; 'Hv' ;
' Among the Canal Zone passeng
ers returning 10 me lsvnmus are
Daniel J. Paolucci, coordinator of
tile fersonnel Programs staff,
accompanied by his wife. ? t ;.':
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for Cristobal follows: -,
Miss Maude Bancroft: Mr. and
Mrs. James K. Bedsworth and four
children; Mrs Kathleen .M. Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cheletf;
Miss Brenda Chandler; Mrs. : Mar
rie Cicero; Mr; and Mrs. Francisco
Pe Posada and two duldren: Mr.
an4 Mrs. F. J. Dickson; Miss Helen
tnyson; Airs. Martha ,B. Espost Espost-to;
to; Espost-to; MrS. F. L. Gerke; Mr,? kh4
Jtirs. Jotin a, Graves and two chil
dren; ,Mrs. Mary. A. Halt and- two
children; Chester P. Hall; Mr. ahd
Mrs.v timer F, Harrison and two
steichildi;en; Homer and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Marcuro; Tehodore J. Herr Herr-man;
man; Herr-man; Mn and Mrsi Franklin N
Newson- Mr.and Mrs. Ben L. Hull;
Miss Jjeie Imngworth; Miss Nor Norma
ma Norma Ann Jenks; Mr. and Mrs. Mai Mai-coin
coin Mai-coin A, Johnston Jr.; Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Joyce; Mr. and Mrs. George
Kay; Miss Olive E. Kennedy; and
Mr, and mrs. Frank Kopf,,
James Lanford. Jr.; Miss Kath
leen M. McConaghy; 'Mr. and
Mrs.. Leonard. Moriarty and iwo
children; Mr. and Mrs;. A." Nor Norman
man Norman Need, Mr. and Mrs. RbisscII
E. Oberholtier and two children?
Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Donnell;
Mr and Mrs. Daniel J. Paolucci:
Miss Anna "assamante: Mrs. r.
W. Porter; 7Jiss Susan R. Potter;
Mr and Mrs. WilliamJ. Powell an
three children; Dr. and Mrs. Tho Thomas.
mas. Thomas. Price;-- it. 1 '.i7' '
Miss Sylvia Richards;, Mis Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Ann Robey: Miss Estelia
Rogers; Miss Elfneda Rothfuss;
Eduardo Roux; Miss" Agnes Scoit;
Otto Solera; ;Mri and Mrs. Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton A. Stepp and three children
Robert Strumpf; Mrs. I'r i es W.
Watt;. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Whoa
ton and daughter; Mr. and Mrs;
Bennett J. .Williams; 'Miss Marian
P. Willie; V Kai-i-n Wood,;
Mis Miy a Wan
da Zee. i

TS, Ind. (UPI)

h.J waters burst,
h: ;
U. I..; I..;-save
save I..;-save I
1 vee yesterday and
j '. itfd. the battle to
fjrm lands from
run.
The end s in sight,' however,
for an e::.:.;iay flood rampage
rated by the American Red Cross
as "one of. the most widespread
disasters ever to strike Indiana."
The river s crest -had passed
Terre Haute and was rolling Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday througn rich farm lands. The
threat of more crop damage was
high, but it appeared tne Wabash
would not have enough punch left
to do serious damage when it hits
its last major city, Vincennes,
Wednesday. .' -' .. .',
The latest break' tort away a
noon.- All agreed to withhold the
news. The ban was lifted Tuesday
when police felt the ; kidnapers
might .be getting uneasy to, the
point of harming tht child..,
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evet near Mutsonville.
Til yel.a. waters swirl,
Id., ana se
ing- across farm acreage,
There,
wert no ir-.jnes and no homes
were" threatened. -
At Prairieton,, Ind., eight miles
downstream from Terre 'Haute,
150 men. completed an all-night
race against, the river to strength,
en a levee protecting farm home
and land. U, S4 Marines from the
Crane .Naval :Base joined the
sandbag crews and remained to
patrol the dikes-v.- v.
Flood waters "stin rorred through
40 per cent o'( West Terre Haute
keeping 1,500 persons homeless.
About 100 .."National. Guardsmen
patrolled the town '.to keep out
looters. ' .l'-:Y-. ; .- ..
Id Indianapolis, meanwhile, state
omciais- maaevjneir iirst at attempts
tempts attempts ta figure the' floods' im.
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10 TOTE EUROPE THIS SUMMER. r
Sw'BffiVSe epta for the
Upon completion fll wur r oximately one
SSSWySrf riiSu and ff. University of
ffiornU where she will complete two years of traUuate
ESSE to ? the School jof Social Welfare. V v :
I . .i.'Ij I... InJn. VnUtl Girl

rin.mil rir.. -f of'Th. Y..r

I married snj laughed t her 'bj-

. ichfior girl quotes in tr.e naie
, Frank Sinatra v and Sugar' Rayfan magazines; secondly, it's been
Robinson may form syndicate decades suite ny MovieviUe pub pub-to
to pub-to promote a variety of sporting licity man held the theory that
events via closed circuit televi-. matrimony cVracted from a star's

c....: .n4 i. nn tn h sion.- .One of tne nauon f most giamur. in uian i xeep joanne

' w""w -r 1 u.ll t;

Janath Vinton Horn
For Tho Sum trior

Janeth Vinton, daughter of Mr.'""

n exe- wooawara irom wmnins an Oscar

cuuve,- not, a player is keeping xnis yearj it &uzy preierrea to
a tragic secret He knowa he's sut'jbe known as a-spinsterv you can
fering from a dread disease. . .tbet it was her own idea, not

Ben liage is snapping oui 01 tne lume naik a.

m that followed tster Wii.

liams' exit from his life. His lit- Aitnough Darrvl Zanuck is de-

spending the summer with her-t!e cheerer-upper is pretty Paulalvoted to Juliette Greco, Juliette's
parents in Ancon. Miss Vmton'Hilj r mother blames him for the beau-
will return in the fall to the Uni-1 rormcr Governor Earle of Penn- tiful actress' current illness. "A-

versity of Wisconsin where she syivania is working on a book a- merican producers are as hard

will be a member, ot the, junior.Kout Franklin D. Roosevelt that! s machines," stormed Manm

ClaSS. H V.

Judith Whitworfh Spondinf .;-. ;-

Summor with htr Partnts

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Undsay's

daughter, Judith returned recently

from Whitwotth Collge in bpokane,

Wash, to spend the summer vaca vacations
tions vacations with her parents. Miss Whifc
worth hss just completed, her run
ior year., -.

Gtorge Thibodoau to x
Bo Guost of Honor
The office of ihe Comptroller,
Panama Canal Company, is stag staging
ing staging a farewell party for George

he tonfides will b. 'devastating"! "Actors are only pawns to them

-'. .Marie MacDonald's newest 'Juliette needed a three month

admirer is George Capri, one orrest after her hard work on loca
. 1 ... n. : - .;HrtiMt In A r.. ; T t J il. I

me owners or me iropicsna iu

Las Vegas. He and his wife sep.

arated recently, n .Shubert Alley
hears that Rodger and Hammer Hammer-stein
stein Hammer-stein are thinking of changing the
title of their next musical, 'The
Flower Drum Song." (0, don't
It's so pretty). 5 .Sir Laurence
Olivier sent gracious thank you
notes and generous tips to mem members
bers members of the staff at the Algonquin,
where he lived while he was in
New York playing in 'The Entertainer,"

Thibodeau, long time employe of i Mickey Calin, the talented sing-

the Internal Audit Branch, on Fri
day, June 20 at 7:00 in the Tivo

li Guest House ballroom. After
the buffet dinner The Dancing

Darlings of the Accountant Divi;

er-dancer in 'West Side Story"

is all but signed to a new Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Pictures contract, .These
who've seen previews of "Cat on
A Hot Tin Roof" on the West

sion will be the feature attraction!C"t confirm. Mike Todd's predic predic-nf
nf predic-nf i anarklinff revue, full 0f ma-1" that Elizabeth Taylor's per-

ny surprises.

, During the course of the

eve-

Br CSV LD JACC3Y
Wrifftn hr MA S'rwico

form a nee t would win her another

Academy Award nomination. Her

ning Mrs. Thibodeau and his wife, icr,?..J?.. V.-u T"."s:.Yi "uent and

T.,li. if nl.orf am trial fnr auuieute imi i ugiwe . vut.

wnicni acenes were sno ueiore rmiiio'.

iuikc ueiui wiiilu icii ucr ue-

Cojon Rod Cross Benefit

' Panama's r irsi iauy
wiry President of the

. j... 4 itnn i The Beta siema- rni iaoroiuy, tswaim w

Panama s t on. ""tU)nal Cristobal Chapter, feted Sorority he wrote some time ago publish;

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Julia, wilt be placed on trial for
alleged crimes and misdemeanors.
The trial promises to be sesation-
al.
The music will be furnished by
the JETS. All friend of the Thil Thil-bodeaus
bodeaus Thil-bodeaus are cordially invited. Res Reservations
ervations Reservations may be made by call calling
ing calling Mrs. Munyon, Balboa 2575 be before
fore before 4 p.m. Thursday. Tickets
may. be picked up at the door.

Mr, and Mrs. Swalm ,-.
Leave for the States
Mr. and Mrs. Amos R. Swalm
of FortGulIck and their son Rich

ard leave today., for. a two-month
vacation in the States. While

there they will visit Mr, Swalm's
brother-in-law, Maj, ;Bob Jackson

at Cape1 Cod ,Massi and another
brother ih Harrisburg, Pa. From
there they will motor to California
to visit relatives of Mrs Swalm.
Also during w the vacation Mr.

Swalm wilt try to have a song

tion in Africa. Instead, the made
her go ri?ht back to work in Par Paris.".
is.". Paris.". .. .Tourists are having a

great -time gaping : the new

Greenwich Village place called

Bazaar a Charles Addams car cartoon
toon cartoon complete with humans.''
Kaye Ballard's MGM album of
Fanny Brice songs will be in the

aisc marts in August. Perhaps i
they'll convince the film -' makers!

concerned mat Aaye would be
perfect for the lead when the
Brice biog is done on celluloid.
. .The hottest toy n town, ( at 5
and' 10 cent stores and novelty
shops) is Little Orby, a gravity gravity-defying
defying gravity-defying creature ; that walks up
and down walls and across ceil ceilings.
ings. ceilings. r
Yul xBrynner Is considering do doing
ing doing a stage version of 'The
Brothers Karamazov n Paris
next season. He'd probably be a

Kriisnuuii, uecuse nis rrencn is

his rrjonuNritv in

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r ranee ,is second onlv ta d

ri.ry, President oi Sster, Jean Judge, Girl of the e
Eed Cross of Panama, Mrs. jaer mQrn. coffee
cedes G. de de h Guardia. "M theome. of Mrt, ,L P; -Butcher (

fib to be given at the Hotel wasn- i

initon tomo'TQw. and' Judge by her sorority sisters in
JMJ of all'the. Workyshe

the ."new looje." Models will be a
crpup of, teenage girls from to-
fon. ; "r

Hawaiian Luau 1

At Fort Clavton

The Fort Clayton NCO' Wives'

Club will hold, its regular month
lv social on June 20 at 7:30 cm

has done for the- ;Chaptcr. in the flCCP'Open Mess. This

The charmingly arrangeo 5 tame month it will be in the form ot

was highlighted by center, piece a Hawaiian Luau for husbands,

The Hair Spray That t

Y :: lint tiftu.

Mm

4 tune Sorr-wifiiH, iMaur
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available at your 1
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OR BEAUTY SALON.

of orchids. "Mrs. R. Angermuller

served the coffee and Mrs. Butch Butcher,
er, Butcher, was n charge, oi, pouring -r the
tea. The guest-'included' 'Mrs. R.
Erlxson, Mrs. J. Peterson, Mrs.

i G. Stroop; Mrs. M; Klontz, Mrs.

(J. rrazej, jwrs. i. jvicuann, u.
M. (Treen, Mrs. D, E. ,Grier,' Mrs.
J. O'Donnelht Mrs, J." II. Housley,

Mrs. F. J. : Wainir and her sister
Mrs-. R. Voder, ; who'' is presently
visiting ,the ,Isthmgs.

vastated and which were filmed

afterwards.
Diiiy Gillespie has foinod the
Joe Glaser stable after more
than a decade with the Billie
,- Shew office. If was Mrs. PiL
lespie's decision, and now Dix
will re-form a big band. v
Some of New York's prettiest
models are in panic wondering
if they'll come out in spots. They
all participated in a fashion show
at which designer David Kidd
helped them dress backtage, and
just a few hours later he landed

in bed .with a : violent case of

chicken; pox. ...Clifford Odetk

romance with Barbara Rush Is

enjoying a long run. . .MGM
wants cute puppeteer Sharl Lew

is, of the TV kidqie shows, for
a musical flicker. . c
The producers of. the movie

'John; Paul Jones" are having
headaches. It's been a long time
in the making, isn't quite finish finished
ed finished .yet, but runs three and a half
hours. .Kay Kendall's friends
on this side of the Atlantic hope
the reports of her illness have
been exagerated. Travelers return

ing frorn London say the spark sparkling
ling sparkling Kav is sufferin; from a i se serious
rious serious blood infenction.
Apparently David. Lord Milford-

Haven, isn't kidding about his de desire
sire desire to etart up a business in New

York. He's conferring with Harry
Plimsteid, ivho was legal aide to

Howard Hughes in the old RKO

', Each notice for Inclusion this
column thoulJ bo mbmittW w
tvoiwri(fan form tni mail4
the eoi numkir iitc4 daily In 'Se 'Se-.
. 'Se-. cil ane OthcrwiM." 'Or delivered
' k hxtd to the office. Notices of
nwctino cannot be ccttd

tali'pbone.,
Archaeoloaical Society i:r' -.
The Society will hold its tegu

lar business session and general
membership meeting at. 7:30 p.m.

tonight.1 Members are reminded
that final. information and. resume
of the plans' to attend the 33i?d
Congreso- Internacional' de' Ameri

canists s will be r available' and
must be' concluded at this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. At the -close of the session
Mr. Neville A. Harte will wesent
an illustrated lecture on the Ve Ve-nado
nado Ve-nado Beach area. n

East and West have a laydown
for1 five hearts but West did no?
choose to double the one. spade
opening with nothing in clubs. At

his second turn he might have us

ed the unusual no trump to ask

his partner to bid one of the reu

suits but he chose tc pass agaii

When North and South' finally

got to four spades West decided
to -double and saved something
from the wreckage. South misplay
ed the hand and went down.
South, won the opening diamond
lead wuh the ace and led a spade.
West; played the nine -and North
the queen. South returned to his
hand with, the ace of clubs and
led a. second spade.
West ook his ace, cashed the
queen of diamonds and then made
the brilliant lead of a low heart.
East won'vith the king and re returned
turned returned a club which West ruffed.
How did South misplay the
hand? He was almost sure to
lose a heart eventually and should
have led a heart instead of a
club when in dummy at trick two,
. Then it would not have matter mattered
ed mattered how the defense went. Soulh
would never lese more "than three
tricks and he would have romp

ed on witn tne rubber.

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41 Wicked

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45 European

language

j 49 Lovely places

II Card game :
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53 Biblical weedf
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Slides' of Pan-American Highway on the staff of Walter Reed Hos

At Fort Clayton Tonight
Mr. btis Imboden,' Public Rela

tions Director of the Fan Amen

wives and guests.. Hawaiian .. mu

sic makers and floorshow will be
featured after dinner." Mrs." Edna

Forkas 87-6212; is now accepting

reservations. ; s ,,. oays. .ineodore Bikers new E
' lektra album, "Songs of a Rus-
Lf. Col. And Mrs, Hewitt sian Gypsy,", Isn't likely to be be-Leave
Leave be-Leave Today on USS Cjbbons come a ,best-seller In the Moscow
Lt- i Col. C.B. S Hewitt, who has music shops His anti-Communist
been, Chief of the Urology Section broadcasts out tof, London a few
at Oorgas Hospital,; sailed today y" o nut him, high up on the

wirn ura. I ewi r. annarn n uss ,iu'-

Gibbson, to assume his new post

Dital in Washington D.C.

- Among the manv parties given

in honor of the Hewitts was a

can Highway commission, win runner at tne nome ot wr. ana
Ishow films and colored slides de Mrs, Richard Eisenmanrt of Pana Pana-ipicting;
ipicting; Pana-ipicting; the progress: of ; the .Pan ma and. a despedida at the AI AI-'American
'American AI-'American Highway at the" Fort brook Officers' Club at which Dr.
i Clayton Service Club this evening and Mrs. R. H. Rupp were hosts,
at 7:00 p.m. Mr. Imboden, who 1 , ., 1

: is, well informed on this "Subject,! Reginald end" Richard Gooden
will' describe 'operations' Of the! Arrive from School a In States

Suzy Parker's Gotham 1 friends

are inteisely sympathetic over the
tragedy that took her father's life
and put her in the 'hospital, l. bu
nobody's bitving the silly story

uiai i: nonywood press agent
persuaded her. to keep her mar marriage
riage marriage to Pierre de La Salle-a se secret.
cret. secret. In the first place. everVho-

iu uer set. Knew iney were

The Catholic Daughters of Am'ery

IcSr. Court Our Lady of the Mera

culous Medal No. 874, wi" hold

their regular monthly meetine zo
morrow at the KnieMs of Cob""

bus HM1 Jn :M-irearita at,; 7,;30

p.m.' There will be election of

Sentinel and .installation-. oc new

officers. All members are urged
to be present. . t

Lucky escape v
1 LONDON (UPI) A Tyear Tyear-pld
pld Tyear-pld schoolboy had only a bruised
ankle Tuesday to mark bis experi experience'
ence' experience' m being run over by-anex
iress train.- Geoffrey Talbot fell
from the platform at Surbiton S a
tion as the express from LLond
roared in. The entire train passed
over tri boy while he layetwen
the 'rails, ,'.'.'.' J

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I TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:

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YOU. South r

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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
. Recently a neighbor of Mrs. P.
took her six.year-old boy to a re.
lative's funeral. Ever since, she
and Mrs. P. have been arguing a.
bout the Tightness .- of letting
children see a dead person.

Mrs. ,P. writes. "When my bus-

band's aunt died several months
ago, he wanted me to take our

two older children to the funeral.

I refused to;. I wa'a right, wasn't

As Mrs., P.. herse'f seems to re

coil from the mystery of death,

I expect she was.' v? f-:

Today many others of us recoil

from it, too, Though undertakers

try hard to protect us against its

strangeness, they don t succeed in

spite of their rouge and, satin. Asl

death-is diflerent from Ufa, hobo.

dy can make it appear to be' the
same." r '.
But the fact that we pnr 'ider.
takers to try to make it itppear
the Same indicates a horror of the
difierence that is easily : commu.

nicable to children:, So those who
feel it do well to spare the m their

shock lead iretou. : i r.
JUowever, among less' '"civilized

people, where death and grief are
accepted as part of life, children
are exposed to :them : without

harm'.' v.s'i" ', ;

Perhaps we have deve'oped our

modern horror of death as the ri. ;
tuals of mourning have gone out
of fashion. f :,

In the old days, our ancestor!

took time to grieve at death in. ;

stead oi wanting to oredend it

hadn't, happened. Custom encour.

aged them vto retreat behind
drawn 'blinds and heavy veili tj

fully experience their sorrow.

I used to think the custom- mor.
bid, Now,. the .speed .with.,, whi3l
we dispose of the dead and our
grief is what seems morbid to me."
But today we are speedy, with
all deep ; experience.
When we. are speedy with all
deep experience,
When we marry we do it in our
lunch house between business ap.
pointments. Some psychologists re regard
gard regard honeymoons as unsound.
When we give birth, we're back
on our feet in three days.
It all seems very efficient, saving-time
and money. But as mar.
riage;- birth anddeath are our
most vital 'experiences, the speed
with which we rush through the
profound emotions they involve
may not be So efficient as we
If we let them happen to us itu
stead of running away from them
the way we" do, maybe our di divorce
vorce divorce v courts and psychiatriati
wouldn't be so busy, s

highway northward in Central A A-merica
merica A-merica and southward across the

Darien Gap. He .will also answer1

questions concerning road condt
tions and future, developments.
4 The program is beinc sponsored

by the Fort. Clayton Library and

NEW!. MODESS

Rednald Heber Gooden. Jr. and

Hiram Richard, Gooden, sons of
Ihe Rt. Rev.' and Mrs. R.: Heber ;
Gooden, returned yesterday from!
schools in California' to spend the
summer; vacation, with-their" par-i

ents in Ancon.- I
Jerome Moiso, a classmate of

Richard's at Harvard Military. A-
cademv returned with the- boyst

and will be a houseguest. i
Reeinald Jr. is a student at the!

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iFORT WORTH," Tex (UT1)
Donald1 Keeton, the ovesick Dal.
las airman' who 'faked a "suicide
flight," awaited transfer today to

: Keesier Air force- Base at Gulf.
port, Miss., where he faces a-pos-i
sible court-martial. 1
Keeton, an airman-third class
1 presently under armed guard at
Carswell AFB Hospital here, is

expected to De charged witn be.
ing absent without leave, for leav.
ing a suicide note pinned to his
bunk and taking off for' Dallas in
a rented plane to see his girl
Thursday. .-
: The note, which threatened tui.
cide because of the sad state of
Keetbn's. love life,"resulted in a
three day aerial search by civi civilian
lian civilian and military authorities for
the youth. ;
The crew- cut, sandy.haired
Keeton eluded three F-100 jet In.'
terceptors, a helicopter and Scores
of 'assorted search p'anes.. He set
his rented nlane- dwon on a field

jnear Tyler, Tex., Caught a bus to

uanas rnaay nigni, ;,

-While the search for the airman

was at its height, the object of
love, 17-year-old Doris Lynn Bow-

ling, teartuiiy told newsmen, ."I
love him, but not enough to
marry .him." i
'Disclosure that the threatened
suicide: was a hoax .and Keeton's
arrest by Dal'as police apparently
doused the last flickering flame
of a dying love.
"I, don't care about him' any.
more," the lithe teen.ager said
Monday night.
Despite this abrupt end to his
romance, Keeton termed his flight
a success.
"I'd do it again if I had to,"
he told newsmen.
Carswell authorities said Keeton
was under medical' observation
pending transfer to Keesier AFB
expected later today.

These Dishes Are Corny
ArA ;iD:!icioujly

ly XYNOR MADDOX
;-sNSA'ee4:idterA'i.

From now on through Uc.ober.V

fresh corn will be abundant, ha
let's be corny to our heart's con content
tent content and boil itf roast it' over an
open fire or bombine cut-off ker kernels
nels kernels In succulent dishes, v
But ears well filled wuh bright,
plump, milky kernels in t i g h t
packed tows. There is 'a flavor
difference between sweet; Corn and
field corn sometimes sold ,ss

green corn or ''roasting, ears."
Field corn never tastes as defi definitely
nitely definitely sweet, as sweet- corn.
Here's a special for the next
get-together: ,. 1
; KivVri i:i'ii",t y'-"r:l
. Boiled Fresh Corn en the' Cob
With Guacamele Butter
'vt'.i's ':'-y;;:-': :;''"' :;''"'-(Allew
(Allew :;''"'-(Allew 1 -to I ears r persen)
Remove husksfrom corn. Cut
off tins and brush off silks. Place
in a -kettle wKh boiling water and
salt, using 1" teaspoon salt to 1
quart water, Cover and bring to
boiling point., iBoil 5-8 minuses or
until milk in corn is just set.. (The
cooking time depends upon the
age of the torn.) Remove from

water and serve at
guacamole butter.

-Guacamele Butter'

COMET TRES, TAPE MIAMI
TRUMAN WON'T COMMENT-
VKNCE, France (UPI) Former
President Truman, on vacation
here, yesterday refused to ener
l,he controversy surrounding Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams.
Judge Samuel Jtcsenman. who ac,
comoanied the former Chief Ex-

ecutive here and is acting as his
spokesman with the press, said ;
Trumsn had ""no comment what-
soever" on the affair., i

...match llit ctUr ef ytitr

nails It yaw tipti
' Trr one of the radiant Cures
teH or pinks on youi
fingertips. Your nails will -sparkle
like jewel! And be
lure to use i matching shade
of Cutex listing lipstick to
ituhk your loveliness,

1 S

tone wit!

(Yield: Approximately H cup)
: Cu-: 1 fully ripe medium avoca-
do in half. Remove pit and scoop
out avocado. Mash, put through" f
should be ft cup). Add 2 table. J

.spoons fresh, lemon juice, 1 tea, t

spoon onion juice, u teaspoon
garlic powder, Vi teaspoon salt, J
6 teaspoon ground black pepper
and 1 tablespoon catsup. M i x J
well. Spread over boiled hoi corn I

instead oi gutter. v j
Fresh Corn With Green Pepper
(Yield: servings)
Melt 2 tablespoons butter or
margarine in a saucepan Add 4
cups fresh .corn cut off the colt
and 1 cup diced green pepper.
Saute 3 minu.es.' Add li cup tv
ma'io catsup, lu teaspoons salt,
6 teaspoon ground black pepper
and 1 teaspoon paprika. Mix well,
and cook 5 minutes or until done.,
.Serve hot. , .



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fa;

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nuidc

C!mors

Gamble,
for En;

kit yesterday ty plane

ana. -

MIti Nnty Purdy Gut it

Mr. I 4 f vi -.

Jlrt. Fry ibiw icj iln. Kob-i
ert .C-are rr co-boitucs for

a wrt;l e at Mrs. Shaw's Of Mist Ktrtn Magnuson

Gi L;.4 komt ytrda j morn-l ,Mis Nancy Purdy, who 'has

1st in wr Airs, -idrnund completed her freshman year at

KMiidjr. Ki and Mr. iJei-j Kalamazoo College in Michigan,

aaaatiSar aal Uiair children ar ,nd who is en route to join her
Waviail axt to return tO parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred

TuoaMiM after -ompieting an as

. sigoua: n fanama with the Po Po-.lnt
.lnt Po-.lnt Four Program.--'.
GvtU, wWrh numbered 40, in included
cluded included oa V the Point Four

.Group at well as Canal : Zone

mends of the guest of honor
, i ii i
, Mr and Mrt. Gelding y V
. Leave for Inlnd

Mr. .; and Mrs. Peter C-olding
and their daughter, of. Almirante,

who were In Colon to attend the

wedding of Mrs. Golding's sister,
Miss Arlene Lim to Mr. William

Sometimes aB implied. criticism

hurts just as much-as an outspok

en one; For instance, the person
wlio says,' "You look' a hundred
per cent better with your h ar
short" isn't just telling you she
likes your hair short." She is say-

P mrt i that tttAil IisttrAf iatw atirfif 1

with it long. -' -V
Watch' your compliments to be
sure .they, ': don't-.' carry ,a hidden

sting: 'v -.

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Purdy in Lima Peru, is the house
guest of ., Miss Karen Magnuson

and her parents, Mr.' and Mrs
Leroy Magnuson of Balboa.'

Miss Purdy, -formerly of Pana

ma when her father was with the
Point Four Program, graduated
from Balboa High School with the

class of 1957. t v

Curundu Chapel Young People's
Skating. Party P ?

The jet Cadets, Young People's
Group of the Curundu -Protestant
Chapel, enjoyed a skating party

at the Balboa Rollerdrpme on

Monday evening. sponsors were

Dr: and Mrs. E. Kitzman. Attend

ing were: 'Gene Colcomb, Lorraine
and Jerry Worsham, Vicy McCoy,

Mary Redding, Arthur; "Robkert

and Alice .Baggott,, Douglas and

Earl Webster.1 Jim Scaroni, Mar

garet Doughity, Cris Lastinge, Ci Ci-o
o Ci-o Talbott, ;Tom Parker and Mil

ton Leidig.

Anneuneas Birth f Son :
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Page Smith
nt Anron -annaunM th hirth of

their third 'son on Monday, June

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WILL BUILD JITS

f BETHPAQE, N.Y. (UPI) Mit Mitsubishi
subishi Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of Japan
will" build nearly 300 Grumman

Super' Tiffer iet fighters under an

agreement with' Grumman". Air,
craft Engineering Corp. Grumman

said it 'will huud a small share
of the'total 300 of thejl,300 mile-an-houriplaneV'
'Jv'l' '';'

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Judge E. I. P. Ta'.elmaa, who
is retiricg from Panama Canal
service at the end of June, was
given recognition for his more
than SO years of volunteer serv.
ice with the American Red Cross
at a party held for him at the
chapter rooms in Cristobal. A
large group of Red Ross workers
and officials from both sides of
the Isthmus were present
Tatelman has held many differ differ-nt
nt differ-nt nfficps with the local chapter,

embracing virtually every phase

of Ked uross wore, ana ai uic
time of his retirement, was vice vice-chairman.
chairman. vice-chairman. Roger W.-Adams chair,
man of the Canal chapter, pre presented
sented presented him with .certificate
from the American National Red
Cross with the signature of Pres President
ident President Eisenhower on it. ;'
B. I. Everson, vice-chairman re,
presenting Gov. W(. E. Potter,
who was unable to attend made
the presentation ofa JQ.year pin
to Tatelman. Those in the Cristo,
bal office gave him a tie pin, set
with the gold banded agate, a na native
tive native stone taken from the Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma Canal. The pin was' made by
Mrs. E. A. Cox, of Gatun, who
is i Red Cross Gray Lady.
In addition4 to Everson, the
members of the Cristobal -. 011106
staff,' Gray Ladies, Motor Service
nj Production workers who -were

present, others from the Atlantic

side who i anenaea were vr. om om-no
no om-no Sisen, superintendent; of J Coco
Solo Hospital and Halsey M.
Kloak, iield director of the' At.
lantic-Sector." vyfc iV :'
Thn attendine from the PaclJ

fie aide were Roger W' Adams,

chairman oi tne umai -one
Chapter, ARC, Leonard J. -Meyer,
director" of operations, ARC, at
Quarry Heights, E. A. Dollan, of
the executive ? committee, r ARC,
Mrs. Thelma 'Monagan, aflminis-
cisfnnt nt th Balhoa

office, Miss Hester Garrett, direc

tor, of recreation, at ttorgaa hos.
pital and John H.1 DeLabar,'1 field
director. at Albrook' Air .F o r e e
Base., ; V:, '; v.".
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New York (UPI) The spring
crop of college graduates faces a
better chance for success out
bigser headaches than any other
class. ; .
So say leaders in education,
business and religion. -"
We asked successful persons in
various fields to pass on, their
advice to June graudates. Here s
what the leaders said: 1
Pr. Grayson Kirk, president of
Columbia University "Nevir

was the need for intelligence and

intellectual proficiency greater.
But in no country today can eith either
er either the individual or society solve
the insistent problems simply, by
demonstrating affability or good
intentions. Character is needed, tor
it is the foundation stone of a
meaningful and successful1 life.
But character is not enough. Our
generation will meet its trials only-if
it is led by men and wom women
en women who have brains as well as
character.",, : y;':.
' Keith Funston, president of the
New. York Stock Enchadge-."The
responsbility : for being economi economically
cally economically alert is not confined to the
breadwinner. Coeds, .whose next
job may involve running a home
and raising a family, will have
to deal with an array of prob problems
lems problems that would have stunned
your grandmothers. .You will have
to balance budgets,, manage sav savings
ings savings programs, and plan for the

future. You will be expected', to

respond to the demands that your
husband's work will place on you
personally. This : wUL. e.tn.'i re:
ognizing the (erisianslof the mod modern
ern modern business -world, and providing
a strong family anchor for your
husbands and families.' v-.'
; Funston 'also said that; gradu graduates
ates graduates will "emerge from college
as one of our greatest national
resources, ; with greater responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities and opportunities, perhaps,
than 4 any of their predecessors
have known. They will be -called
upon for critical judgements that
no, group of young people has had
to exhibit, before.. Success will be
linked to thinking creatively

working effectively with others

and expressing beliefs f with cour courage
age courage and conviction,,"-
Dr. Israel Goldstein, a promt,
nent rabbi. "Education is a life

long process. Graduation from:
school -must be seen in : perspec perspective,
tive, perspective, not as the goal, but as A
goal: one of many leading to fur further
ther further goals ahead.
While perils of destruction are
incomparably greater than before,
young people should bear in mind
that constructive opportunities are

.incomparably greater. .W, have

to live by the faith that the hu human,
man, human, race will find the way i to
permanent, peace," i ,
Hiss Ann, Magnuson,' national
director 'of nursing services for
the National Red Cross "Look
for careers which will give op.
portunities for personal satisfac satisfaction,?
tion,? satisfaction,? growth and development,
and advancement. Seek a career
and knowledge useful in living
and which offers services ; to
Others."
; -T 1
. Louis G. Cowan, president,-of
the DBS Televisiofi ; Network
'Somewhere between -a half, and
three-quarters of a million young
people are being graduated from
college this June. College- degrees
no longer are a rarity. Anyone
starting out with a college degree
today ought to be Concerned with
at least these basic principles: a
sense tof .responsibility flexibility,
r spirit, of creative inquiry, inde independence
pendence independence of though, patience, and
a desire toward the fulfillment of
some importantideal or- goal .in

NEW YORK (UPI)-New York
City's first woman treasurer is
the last to p r a i s e her sex for
pioneering in the job world of
men. -"Women
are peop'e," said
Judge Hilda G. Schwartz. "I see
no reason for its being considered
unusual for us to be in some of
the jobs we held. ; ? ?
"I v suppose I should say I'm
scared in this position,.' but I'm
not. And I rinn't think a woman

is .better equipped for- it than a
man. Men are pretty good at
handling purse strings too, I've

Mrs. Schwartz. an attrart!v

woman with, blue eves and auburn

hair, is one of three women hold-

ing ion jods in government in tne
nation s largest city. The others
are Leona Baumgartner,- health
commissioner, and Anna Kross,

corrections commissioner.
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:- Trails Only Washington
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A frpsiirr ah Vi aimia h

nam annuallv tn mmt 3 hillinn

dollars in checks an amount

wmcn sne saia lops mac spent by
any other city,, in. any-, state in'
eluding New York,.1 and trailing

oniyme leaerai government.
. "But OUR hudent i halanroH'

she laughed. -.

A native New Yorker and one
Of five fhilrirpn Hilda Srhwrt

was educated in the city's public

scnoois,- graduated from Washmg.
ton College of New York .Univer .University
sity .University in 1929, and. was admitted to
the bar-in 1930 after studying at
NYU's law -school. i; i.

"l was in high, .school when : i
decided I'd be lawyer," she
Said in. an infortripw '.'Ona nt

. t-h.... v wa aasj
economics teachers, also a lawyer,

m me inieresiea. And i learned
rom knowin hpr that nins.lnt

what was then considered a man's

t-iuicssiuu uiun s mean aosmg; wo.

manliness.

.."it ft

ia-,i ." -1 1 ''''

W tyoe some of our early ca.
reer women : thought a brusque

manner ana tailored Clothes were
necessary ...a defense mechanism.

Today's career woman doesn't

need to wear a badge.

Female Advantage
"I'm re'uetant to : main anv

eeneralization ahnut pithpr ipv

But I do believe that women are
especially well fitted for jobs
of dealing with the public..'. They

ave a coiiecuve simuanty, of
showing concern for- others. May.
be it is because biologically wo wo-men
men wo-men ire fitted with a medial v

erence for life."

Mrs! Schwartz V9I nnrtriAv

- m uivi
With her husband. Hprman in

law firm untti 1948, when she was

ppomrea secretary 01 The New
York Board of Estimatn. Tn Mav

1951 .she was named to the city

magistrate s court, where she
stayed until this spring when Ma,
yor Robert Wagner named here
to the $20,000 a year treasurer's
iob.

She finds time vpn aftr

long day of worrying over the

v.iujr a luiautra, iq cuuk ior ner
family. ,.
VI' m expert at everything from
Swedish meat balls to Italian
spaghetti," she said. "My son
says, Mom. -oo o k e in all Ian.
guages'." .

Election
The Chinese Community Center
will-meet tomorrow to elect its
new officers for the coming year
The meeting will be held at the
Chung Wah Kung Soo Hall at 7:30
p.nv.t, i c ...

, featuring;
; AO CMOL
International chanteuse
twice nightly
In The Bella Vista

COMMANDERS -NAMED f."
P KUALA ;' LUMPUR, Malaya'
(UPI) The Malayan govern government
ment government Tuesday named two British
officers as commanders- of the
Malayan air force and navy. Capt.
E. D. Orman will take- over coin
mand of the -navy "and also v will
hprnmp Malava'a first Aonutv phi of

of staff.' Air, Com! Noel Hyde will

command the air. force and sene
as aid adviser to the Malayan gov government.
ernment. government. vl ,1 I,

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Sbaintij cwe((cd fen

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Designed especially for' women is this new pen with sleek'
lines and a flittering band of rhinestones. It's intended
it In with other pretty handbag accessories.

By ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor ,
' HOW- many times -ha ve:, you, at
an evening party, had to borrow
a pen or peneil in order to write
a note- or, message?
i Most of us have done it many
times. For few of us include, a
fountain pen among the pretty ac accessories
cessories accessories in our evening bags. -,
Knowing this, a famed maker
of fountain pens has -brought out
a. whole series of: pens -designed
especially for i women. They j are
slim,- sleek and done in glowing
colors as well as .black, white, sil silver?
ver? silver? and gold.. Some are decor ot
ed jwitlr brilliants snd i semipre semiprecious
cious semiprecious stones; Some are meant for
use in your daytime handbag and

Some are strictly for eveningJ

The old fountain pen cup has
been done away with ; these pens
are complete! feminine.-:

;v They are -, real j fountain pens

and are filled by dropping a
ridge holding uik. in.o," the b
Each pen comes in a broca
and has a .smaller matchin
for cartridge lelills'.

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Camera Clinic ''
TonightAt JWB

s, Eugene K.: Derr,,past ""resi''-!,".t
fo the, Diablo Camera:, Club, will
conduct the' second,.camera clia c r
session tonight, at the USO JWB
Armed Forces Servke Cenier at
Interested participants', amateur ''
or professional, : are invi?-1-'1",-
tend the cliinic.iprcsented ks' a
public service for seivA.jiaf -their
dependents, and residen:s if
the Canal Zone and Panama.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN VSZUZl-T-'Ut DAILY i:Z7,Z?ATlZ
VT,
Plan Room at Qrou : WtL Odff
If you're, a housewife who is in
a rut, you probably excuse yoj
self by blaming your dull t exig exigence
ence exigence on Bne or two handicaps -lack
of money or lack of time
for yourself, v f.;
But actually, neither is fufficient
excuse for a housewife's leading
a dull and lovely life.- Evan
Ihnimh sha ha vprv little monev

pm v six

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RMm with a. View toward the future U the child's room pictured, above. Traditional furni furniture
ture furniture blends with auch modem Innovations as a Venetian blind-screened storace area.

-By KAY SHERWOOD
NBA STaff Writer
Before you make any sweeping
' ifortt to redo your child' room
tty your plana : as carefully ai
you do ior other rooms.
Children's room furnishings
have a way of getting hut of
hand unless mom makes & plan
aimed toward a cbeeriut. : cozy
and practical domain for her
darling.
, .
Practicality doesn't mean aus aus-terity
terity aus-terity nor the .antiseptically cjean
.look; '':-'. !,; .r,i
It does mean a lot o! things
Including being sensible about
purchases and recognizing that a
child grows up rapidly.
Furniture that looks sot cut or
iweet now may be a source of i i-cute
cute i-cute embarrassment tr ; j young
lady five years from now.
Nor do 1 think it is practical to
accept cast-off furniture fcr : a
J'oungster's room just because
t's free. If an old piece can be
fitted into a scheme, fine: if not,
forgeMt. -.
' Old-fashioned, straight backed
r rocking chairs, for; example
can often be refinished or recov.
tred j to make excellent little

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SCIENCE' and the beauty indus industry
try industry work together in this country
to 'produce 'the many new prod.'
vets that are making it possible
for women to look younger far
longer.
One of the newest of these is
. a sparkling blue moisturizer in
: solid form which contains an as as-.
. as-. tringent. This means that it
works wonders for all three skin
. types: dry, oily and combination.
.This new preparation acts, its
, makers say, to restore lost mois.
ture to the outer layer of the skin
and, through the mild astringent
it contains; to give the skin some something
thing something like a quick, invisible fa facial.'
cial.' facial.' It can be worn under make up,
where it's intended to act as pro.
tection against sun, wind weath weather
er weather and dust. -,
' Just as it's meant for all com
Jlexicms, it's meant for all ages
rom the teens on.
MARRIAGES DECREASED
. NEW YORK lUPlThe Metro,
politan Life Insurance Co. re.
vealed here were 4.2 per cent
fewer marriages in the U.S. in
4957. than in 1956., The drop from
3 A per 1,000 Americans to 8.9 per
, 1,000 was heaviest during Sep September
tember September through December. This
four-month period coincided with
the start of the recession.
ACQUIRE BANK ASSETS
PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-Phlla.
de'phia National Bank will ac acquire
quire acquire the deposit 'abilities nd
certain assets o." Gimbel Broth.
- rs Bank k' Trust Co., Philadel.
phia, for an undisclosed sum.

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chairs for a child's room. Early
20th Century chests of orawers,
on the other hand, are likely to
be too big and bulk or success successful
ful successful .conversion. ft .'.:. :.sr
A good example of a child's
room with a rosy present and a
promising future is one designed
by Barbara Joselofi", a noted
Eastern interior 'decorator.- ? '?
Herself the mother of four chil.
dren, her design combines bright,
clear colors and. modern i. ideas
with 18th Century furniture.
The combination has a grown grownup
up grownup air of importapce. With but
few changes, the f room ill
"grow" with a child from kinder kinder-garten
garten kinder-garten right on through the teen,
age years.
It could be adapted to almost
any period. Red, pinl:, go'd and
white is the .color scheme.W v H
' Three walla are white, the wall
back of 'the fourposter bed is
bright red.
To increase storage space, Mrs.
Joselof made unique use of vene vene-tian
tian vene-tian blinds to screen of two cor.
ner areas on each side of the bed.
The blinds, set in wood frames,
are gold-flecked white; two other
blinds facing into the room are

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make-up diring the day.
CONTRACTS GIVEN
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Air
Force has awarded contracts to totaling
taling totaling $5,017,476 to Firestone Tire
& Rubber Co., Sundsirand Ma
chine Tool Co., and Curtiss.Wright
Corp, for pneumatic tires, speed
drive units and aircraft engines,
respectively, -t 1
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made witn red, pin ana mite
slats for a striped efi'ect.
Back' of the blinds k apace, for
clothing and shelves for toys.
Mrs. Joseloff. explains thatj the
use of blinds is twofold; it saves
space 1 and supplies l decorative
eifect without having to resort to
doors or a variety of materials.
Another interesting idea is her
flooring design.' Here she has a
red-and-white vinyl tile play a.
rea surrounded by perpermint-red
carpeting.
This is : an area- large enough
(4x7 feet) for floor-based projects
where a mess can be easily clean:
ed up. i w , ;
A blackboard set in an old,
gilt-painted picture frame invites
scribb'es ind pictures; v.;
Later, the blackboard ; will be
replaced by1 a mirror and a shelf
will be added Underneath for a
teen-ager's dressing table. V-
If you. like traditional furniture
and enjoy hunting antiques, you
might turn up useful accessories
such as miniature chest which
can double as nightstands.
You might look for small, pret pretty,
ty, pretty, marb'e-toppped tables that can
be practical play, tables now and
later on serve as graceful tea ta.
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' DALLAS (UP) Many ' girls
dream of combining marriage with
a career, but Aloma Quails may
be better equipped; for the task
than most. :''''-'- ':-?tH
,The 16-year-old high-school soph
omore was named 'Young Home,
maker, of the Year," by the Girls
Club of America. She competed
with hundreds of girls across the
country in sewing, child care,'
grooming and cooking. 5 5 .'
.Aloma wants to study medicine
or become a laboratory technician.
Whichever career she p elects,
home still will come first, sh6
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The teen-ager, who Uvea lu Wi.
chita Falls, believes a homemak.
er should be able to prepare at attractive
tractive attractive as we'l as nutritious
meals and,' with an eye to her
husband's paycheck, should know
how to shop on a budget.
; But economics is only a part of
homemaking to this girl. 5he
stressed the importance of fami families
lies families doing things together- and of
family worship.
"A husband and children are
much, better prepared to face
their problems, knowing that God
is with them and that their fa mi.
ly understands,!! she said.
Religious conviction's are H im.
portant to her, she-saidand must
be important to the man she mar.
ries.
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kinds of things a nousewile can
do to broaden her interests:'
She can teach herself from
books taken out of the public, li library,
brary, library, r 'i -;-
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She can develop her own tal talents
ents talents and make new friends by
taking on a community job.
She can "study up on a hobby
until she, becomes expert at it',
She rart pnrnll in one of the ma.

ny .free or inexpensive courses fl
umes. ..
She may even be able to find
part time, employment if her chil children
dren children are all to school. :
As for lack of time, it's true a
woman with a household to run
and small children to look after
has in h onnA maniieer in or.
dec to find time for friends and
outside activities. But is she is De Determined,
termined, Determined, she tan make time
for herself. '
Women today do a lotior chil children
dren children they could do f or them themselves.
selves. themselves. Many of them set ; their
standards of housekeeping so hih
they become slaves to their hous houses
es houses instead of mistresses of their
home.- : , .',
Many of them say they would
rather stay home for the rest of
their lives than take a small child
with them when they go out. But
a well behaved, well mannered
child .can be t-kv, ( almost any
where.' .V;-y; ';--v v;'' -V-:.
; Besides, what ti wrong with a
mother's demanding that (lie have
a little time for herself ev.ery
week wether she gest it by hir
ing a sittr, taking over a neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's children one day a week
in return for the neighbor'! tak.
ing a sitter, taking over a neigU.
or asking her husband to take 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver for her how and then? :
No, it isn't lack of time or mon money
ey money that makes a woman a house
hold drudge. It's lack of imagina
tion and courage. With a little bit
of both any woman can blimb out
of the rtt no matter how long
she has been in it,
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Maps can.be aged to give that
look of antiquity 1 before being
framed. This is done by coating
a map with white shellac.
-A'handkerchief can be launder.
f edtnd,;read) in, a; hurry without
irorimg.l'ress it wet against the
side of the bathtub, a mirror or
bathroom walls. It will dry
smooth. ,
A hot iron and damp cloth will
freshen a crushed pile. rug. Run
iron over cloth but don't presj
down,on the iron, l?Brush Spotl
briskly and tepeat Ironing if nec.
essary. - - J'
The party was fun, but what
about the cigarette-burned rug?
Clip the blackened ends of : the
wool tufts. Then sponge the spot
with a soapless cleaner solution
to hide, the scar.
, Greening of the potato skin Is
caused by exposure to light. Pota.
toes purchased in large quantities
need to be stored at 40 to 50 de.
grees and protectdd from light. (
2 Grandmother had a reason for
paring her potatoes thin. She a.
voided loss of -valuable minerals
and vitamins. Serving potatoes in
their "jackets alsp saves these
food elements close to the skin.
Serving a dessert often is com.
complicated as a sticking knife
spoils a cake pr pie. A pretty me.
ringue, lor ; examble i ;; needs a
lean cut. To get this, buttter the
pie knife blade, before -using it.
Dirt ground into fibers of rugs
causes then) to wear more rapid,
ly. thus it is "wise to use a va.
cuum cleaner or carpet sweeper
daily on all rugs and carpets.
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MOOD FOR FORT K06BE TEA ' held laU la8t week in onor Mr?- Robert w Carrett, wife of.-V
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social was the presentation
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dish' by the 'r'ort Kobbe Of-
ficers' Wives Club. Mrs. M.
W. McLaren, Club president
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LEADING
HITTERS:
(bated on 123 official at bats)
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
O Ab R H Pet

World Champions Reel Off
5th Win In Last 6 Games
Ei tor: CCNr?ADO CAr.CZA.'.T

By FRED DOWN.
. x NEW YORK, June 18 (DPI) The Milwaukee Braves,
who weren't hurt while they marked time for a month,

appear to be makirig a big
tionol League race, ;
Only 1314 from May 10 to June
10, the Braves reeled off ttteU
fifth victory in six games la it
night when they beat the Chica Chicago.,
go., Chicago., CubJ, 6-3, and went 2
games ahead of the fading San
Francisco Giants, With 20 more
games at home before they hit
the road again, the defending
world champions suddenly ; have
stepped into a spot, to take com command
mand command of the race, v ;
And perhaps Ift ne eolnel eolnel-dnc,
dnc, eolnel-dnc, that Law. Burdettt, the
World Series her who discover discovered
ed discovered the rubber chicken circuit
can be tougher "ihan pitching a a-Siinit
Siinit a-Siinit the Now York Yoankoos,
. wont the distance for the win. -It
was Burdetto's fifth win of
the year and his first si lie
May 22. V ''."'1" 1'
The Giants, dropping fast alter
their early-season heroics, were
beaten, 6-1, by the Pittsburgh Pi Pi-rates,
rates, Pi-rates, the St. Louis Cadrinals top topped
ped topped the Cincinnati Redlegs,. 10-4,
with six runs in the .ninth inning
and the Philadelphia Phillies down downed
ed downed the Los Angeles Dodgers 94.
in oiher N.L.-games. '. 1 ?
In the American League, the
Naur York Yankees snamed their
four-game losing, streak as CWhit-
ey Ford Deat ine weveiaim ra radians,
dians, radians, 4-0, the Detroit Tigers made
It seven (of eight under Bill Nor Norman
man Norman with a 9-2 triumph over the
w.hintrtnn Senators, the Chicago
White Sox downed the Boston Red
Sox, 4-0, and tie Baltimore uri-
iiul J.I victnrv over the
..Kansas City A's. -y x
Burdete was tagged lor J)ine
hits and in trouble most of the
way but the Braves ran up an
early lead as ) Frank Torre, Har Harry
ry Harry Hanebrink and Johnny Logan
knocked in two runs each. The
defeat went to Moe Draboswky.
Heavy Hilling Leah
Exhibiting Potent
II Pitching tail
NEW YORK June 18 (UPI -The
Toronto Maple-Leaf iwere-ia-
vored to win the International
League pennant on the strenghth of
their heavy hitting, but now they
are also exhibiting one of the more
ro snt, pitching staffs in, the cir circuit.
cuit. circuit. .. 'r',-' V 1
Don Johnson became the sixtn
straight Leaf to pitch a complete
game when he blanked the Miami
Marlins, ,3-0, Tuesday night. ;. In
those' six, gattiesi of which they
won Jive, Leaf pitchers have' li limited
mited limited the opposition to Seven runs
Montreal retained its half-game
first-place edge :on. Toronto by
. whioDina Havana: 6-4. The, Royals
scored three times in each of
seventh and eighth innings to gain
; the victory for starter Tom La-
sorda. .yip.-r-y-i'
. In other act on. Columbus stop-
wed Rochester. 7-2. behind the
fiveit pitching of Whammy Dou Dou-elai
elai Dou-elai and Richmond bea-t Buffalo,
l-2f in the second game after the
Bisons had: won the seven-inning
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Showing At Your Service
fitter Theatres Tonight
AALBOA 6:15 & 8:00
June Russell, Keanna Wynn
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'THE FUZZY PINK
NIGHTGOWN"
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DIABLO HTSi. 7:00
. Bob Hope,' Ver Mile's V,
"BEAU JAMES"
in VlstaVlsioi &,Colort
dAMBOA 7:00
iohn Mills, Barbara .Bates
j "TOWN QN TRIAL".
Margarita & i:05
rean Simmons f
w Joan Fontaine
1 "UNTIL THEY SAIL"
j in- Cinemascope! '::
PARAISO 7 5:15 k 8:03
Rock Hudson; Barbara Rush
fCAPTAIN LIGHTFUOT
j in Cinemascope
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:00
Donald O'Connor, in Blyth
?'THE BUSTER K EATON
i STORY"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 k 8:15
; Anthony Perkins
Karl Maiden
; "FEAR STRIKES OUT"
; in VistaVision

GAP ITOLIQ TIVOLJ, VJCTORIAl r ,R0
35c. ; 20c. 25c. i$ht ISc'jm 25c, -j Bank Night!
' Spanish Program! BANK! f 125.00 "r TI1E BIG SKY Gold Prize 1500.00
FIESTA EN EL BEAU JAMES J with Kirk ,0ouglas
J CORAZON wlthBobHope ; Also: i with jack 5aSnce
j Al8: A,S;-V. BUNDLE OF JOY A1SOi.t
CABARET ,H0UDIN1 7 r CRIME OF PASSlOST
1 T R A G I C O with Tony Curtis I with Pat Boone with B. Stanwyck

move to crack open the Na

who lost his' fourth "straight dec!
sion of the. season to the world
chamolons. , : ,
Triples by, Ted Kluszewski,' Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Mejias and Bill V i r d o n
sparked a five-run second-inning
rally that carried the Pirates to
their sixh win in nine games
Curt Raydon. went eight innings
for his second. victory., aided by
Roy ; Fa.ce in! the nln.1i, while
Johnny Antonelu lost his fifth de
cision.
Joe Cunningham Snd Sian Mu.
sial triDled in a six-run ninth as
the Cardinals beat the Red'Jegs
for the second straight time. Re Relief
lief Relief pitcher' Phil Paine, won his
third stroight,' game for the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals : while ex-Redbird. Willard
Schmidt" suffered' his "second de defeat
feat defeat for Cincinnati.1 Ken Boyer
hit two homers and Curt Blood
one for St. Louis'. t
The Phillies "staged a six run
rally in the eighthi lining to hand
relief -ace. Clem, Labine his. sec second
ond second loss and return Jack Sanford
the winner although Dick Farrcll
pitched the- ninth. Harry Ander Ander-son'n
son'n Ander-son'n hrimefT was the- bi blowon
the Phillies' 10-hit attack.
Ford restored the Yankees' lead
to eight games at he won his
seven Ji straight decision and
eighth of the year with the help
of a three-run, .homer by Bill
Skowron. Ford struck out 10 and
Ray. Narleski, who lost his fifth
ea me. struck out nine before $
banner Cleveland crowd of 29,-
729. yw.iXv-.'-.tCvV.-4'.
' Oxxio Virgil, first Negro to'
play for the Tigers, had a io io-bto
bto io-bto a"d four '' singles in tivo
.trips to'tho plato to load De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's U hit attack. Billy Hooff
fanned six and walked only one
to win his sixth game for the
Tigers who cHmbod to within
one game -of the SM mork.i
Frank Boiling ondf a Al r Kalino
homorod. ,
Billy Pierce ran the 'White
Sox' string of shutout innings to
33 with a five-hitter Ahat handed
the Red Sox their third straight
loss. Jim Landis had a trinle and
single Md j Boone "singled
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Orioles whose attack was paced
by Gus Triandos' three hits. Ray
Herbert lost his second, game for
the A s.
Sports Brieis
ROCKY tO REFEREE
. BOSTON (trPli-Former world
heavyweight champion Rocky Mar.
ciano will be the xhird man in the
ring at Sargent Field,.New Bed.
ioraj Imt, 23' when .iormet Jeatb-
erweight champion Willie Pep
meejts Pat MCoyMarciaho also
will serve as 'referee the fol'owing
night at- Atnol for the Gordon
Parker-Lou Caroma bout,
CONTRACT j INKED r4.r
PITTSBURGH (UPIpArt "Da.
vis of Mississippi State, the Pitts Pitts-burgh
burgh Pitts-burgh SteelersSNo. 1 draft choice
In 1956,; has returned his signed
1958 contract to the National
Football League club. Davis, ham.
perea m injuries last -season." cur.
rently. is serving 4n the Army at
ri. cu!suB, vi., out win ne re.
leased in time to join the club
in... we iaiu : ..-...
WINS FIVE
IVE4' .KiS'H; .4-'r:
STANTON;- Del (UPI)' Eldoh
Kelson'l riding featured Monday's
racing proera-m at Delaware Park.
Nelson, one of the leading riders
on the Joca! circuit, booted home
e i, wipnersProcel'a ( $7 My in
the. second, Cosmic Bess ($13.20)
in the fourth. Necromancer 1410.40)
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($13.20) in thesfh.r.iil-ir''
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S1.10 per CAR!
- Walter Breenan ut. I
"GOOPBYE MYfLAPY"
I Tomorrow
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A FUNNIEST COMEDY!
' The Bowery Boys in
SHU'HAT 1 HY rNOTS Ta

Mays. S.F.: 59 239 53 92 .385

Musial. St. L. 52 191
29
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36
4i ;
43
27
42
18.
72
49
72
66
S7;
Green, St. L. 48 146
Ashburn, Phi. 55 215
Skinner, Pit 53 203
Cepeda, S. F. 59 235
Hoak, Cin. 53 205
Thomas, Pit"' 57 221
Dark, Chi, ; 43 172
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Crowe, Cm.' : s
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Vernon. Cle. 4j m 25 47
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Kuenn, De: ; 47 180 25
61
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Ward, K. C. 48 148
Fox, Chi. 57 228
Bridges. W.; 59 209
Coiavito, Cle.'. 51 175
McDoug.,N.Y. 46 168
Cerv. K. C. 54 201
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75
67
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,321
55 .314
32 .no
45 61
35 2
19 50
19 47
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Power. Cle.t 52 205
.302
LoHar. 'Chi. 49 166
Skowron, N.Y. 40 156
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HOMI RUNS V
NATIONAL LEAGUE
-Thomas,' Pirates - 20
Banks, Cubs
Walls, Cubs- -.-.-.IS
iBoyer, Cards . 14
Mays, Giants .',' 14
Cepeda, Giants" 14
- AMERICAN LEAGUE.
t Cerv, Athletics !. v 17
' Jensen, Red Sox la
t; Triandos, Orioles ?r '-13 :;
Sievers, Senators 12 n
Mantle, Yankees 12
jGernert, Red Sox . 12'
l RUNS BATTED IN
.:.
, 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates ; ,'62
Banks, Cubs ,v ,'. f 53
' Mays, Giants' -42
Cepeda, Giants r 1 """42
Spencer, Giants ' 38
1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
I Cerv, Aihletics ; 51
Jensen, Red Sox v 46
. Gernert, Red Sox 39
Sievars, Senators'! 36
"Skowron," Yankees' 33
F. Boiling, Tigers 33
Lemon, Senators 33
LEADING
PITCHERS
" based on. S decisions),
NATIONAL LEAGUE
UcMahoi; raW ,6
Turkey, (Redlegs fi 8
W L Pet
"V .857
2 U80I
1 .800
1 ..800
S .727
Mccormick' Gianti 4
Spahn, .Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE .1
Larsen, Yankees 5 1' .833
Turley, Yankees 10 2
.833
.800
.800
.800
r ord, Yankees 8 2
Hyde, Senators 4 1
Sullivan, Jttea box 4 I
Balboa Weekly
Swim Meets 4
Friday between 9 a.m. -10 a.m.
will be registration day 'at the
Balboa Swimming Pool, for chil children
dren children 6-16 years J of age, who Wish
to compete in the Balboa Weekly
Swim Meets. The age group in
which the' contestant will swim.
win be determined bv, the aee
he or she will be on Aug. 1.
There is no re stration Jee.W
xne nrsf meet wiu v oegin
promptly at 9 a.m.. on June 27
at the Balboa swimming pool.
This will be followed by four more
meets on July 11, July 18,. July
25, and Aug. 1. 1
These meets are sponsored by
your Summer Recreation Board
in Co-operatfon with the Schools
Division. They will be. conducted
by ; Mrs. Bailey, Division1 of
Schools and assisted by Mrs. C.
Jacobson, Mrs4"T. Spencer, Mrs.
B. Morrow and Mrs. E. C. Yo-
cum.;:; .','.., 1 1
Further information maybe ob
tained from Mrs. H. H. Summer Summer-ford,
ford, Summer-ford, Tel. 2-4290.
BUY POLISH SHIPS
A k iffc.&.-$ j' jr.:
TOKYO OJPI) Indonesla'Vill
buy 24 ships from Communist Po Poland
land Poland for delivery this year, an In Indonesian
donesian Indonesian Antara news agency re
ported said, yesterday. The agen agency
cy agency said details of the ship pur purchase
chase purchase deal would be discussed in
talks between Indonesia officials
and members of a Polish trade
delegation who arrived in Jakar.
ta Monday. ,
UODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.20;
' Tyrone Power
Marlene Dietrich In
'Witness for the Prosecution"!
,i Mark Stevens in ;'
' rGUN FEVER"
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SATELLITE SAVE It looked as though, Juan Cafrho forgot to let r hile throwing the
ball in Malmo, Sweden. ;But the Argentine star only got up in the air and over there while
'polishing his goal-tending skill and technique lor the world championship soccer matches..

Orange Kist Scofez 1st Win
Over VFW Teenerll-Sfars

Orange Kist broke Into the win
column in the .third game of the
series with the V.F.W. boys' by
soundly trouncing the Teeners, 6
to 2, at Balboa Stadhim.
Showing the class that made
them champs of the American Le
gion Junior League, the Orange
Kist boys took advantage of and
made their own breaks.
A number of sparkling plays
by both teams ; were scattered
throughout the nine innings. Scott
made a nice running catch of a
high fly by Ness, Wilder robbed
'Blevins of sure hit. Orange Kist
executed a snappy doublep lay
schoch to Mueller to Blevins, and
Garcia ran wild on the bases
with S thefts. Ness handled 13 put
outs at first faultlessly and Ble Blevins
vins Blevins -handled 12 without a bobble.
Hearne was the leading hitter of.
the day with 8. lor 4.
The box store:
" Orange Kist
Blevins
Morris '-- 1
Scott
Garcia
Schoch"
Engelke ,..', ',f J
Kline.
1 V.F.W. Teeners
Wilder (
Pearl 4&MffrijMa(tfri! .4;
AB R H
4 1 1
AB R H
5 0 0
2
4
Ammirati
Ness ;
4
' 3
J 1 0
2
2
Cotton
Gerard! 1
Donahue'
Hearne'
Mueller
Totals
Lutz
Klipper
Pajak
Batcheldort
Bateman
Fortune
Schwarzrock
Totals
27
2
2
0
2
1
1
3
31
'Strike puts:' By Kline 7, by
Fortune 1, by Schwarzrock 1.
Walks: By, Kline 8 by Fortune 6,
by Schwarzrock 0. Winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher : Kline. Losing pitcher : Fortune
V.F.w. :ik-,fck: ooi ooo oio"'
Orange Kist 102 300 000
t Saturday and Sunday will i see
the two teams pit.ed against each
nthor in sinffld fames tartirt at'
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Bouchee Seeks
Reinstatement
With Phillies
( 2
PHILADELPHIA '(UPI) r First
baseman Ed Bouchee, the 'prom 'promising
ising 'promising Phillies rookie sidelined to a
psychiatric hospital by a brush
with the law, sought to return to
baseball today, conlident he can
ignore any derision from the
stands. t,-
"Baseball Is my life," he said
during a workout.. yv
r The highly regarded first base baseman
man baseman was arrested on a morals
charge last winter in Spokane.
Wash, He -was placed on proba proba-tion
tion proba-tion and 'entered the Institute of
Living ink Hartford,; Conn.. where
he ', underwent psychiatric"; treat-
menu x
Baseball Commissioner 7: Ford
Frlck must decide if Bouchee's re return
turn return to the active playing ranks
would-be ,:in the best interests of
baseball, X '
Frick emphasized he, would judge
the case only on its merits.
"This much is certain," Frick
said. 1 "I; am riot going .to, restore
the boy to active, service just be because
cause because i the Phillies need a first
baseman; nor. am. I going .to per.
secute- him just .to. prove I'm,
against sin." ' ? 5S',, -. ;
Phils' owner Bob Carpenter said
the return of Bouchee. to the line,
up would be a big boost for the
team, but he will not request ,ius
reinstatement until he gets the ap approval
proval approval of Bouchee's doctors and
probation" officers.
Rauchee said he ,.ls nhvsicallv
and mentally' ready to return. He
said he has kept In Condition phy.
sically with workouts at the sta sta-dium
dium sta-dium under' the direction of Phil.
lies coach Bennie Bengough since
his return from. Hartford on June
4, and his mental treatments
haveprepared him for abuse from
the fans-when he takes the field.
After last Saturday's win. Orange
Kist will be raring to repeat. The
V.F.W. boys, smarting from- their
first whipping, will be in there to
Hen that it dn nrrt hannpn agiin.
T. 111.1 : J .....
rans win De in wr a guvu. uMi.
FOR Til; DEFENSE
V
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THE OPPOSITION

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Yei!!MiS Pilch

For Floyd-Harris
Champicnship Bout
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A1 Weill,
the former New York promoter
who manaffed Rockv Mar ciano to
the: heavyweight title, makes nis
pitch today, against heated local
opposition, for permission to stage
a Jitle bout between champion
Floyd Patterson and Roy Harris,
the Texas challenger.
Weill goes before the California
state Athletic Commission to pre present
sent present a formal: application for 'a
promoter's license, braving the
hard stares of those he calls the
"jealous' local promoters.
; Weill said he will post the re.
quired hond for the projected Aug.
4 fight between Patterson and the
lad -from the Texas town" of Cut
and Shoos..
Signed contracts of; both fight fighters,
ers, fighters, he said, will also be -deposited
with ,the commission. v
' Harris and his manager, Lou
Viscusi, were due to attend the
meeting. r ff
, Before leaving Houston Monday
night Vicusi said he and his fight,
er who is just out of the Army.
are hopeful of overcoming local
opposition to tne bout.
; "The other, promoters out there
are fighting' this thing hard.V he
said. "They are afraid a heavy.
weight championship fight will
hurt the gate for '(their, fights." ;
Local fights which could be af
Lfected by the heavyweight bout
include .'the' Pete rademacher.
Zora. Folley fight scheduled!, for
July 24; and the Carmen Basilio.
Art Aragon fight scheduled for
late August. 1
! Patterson's manager Cus T'A-
tna to indicated he will go along
with Weill on his .plans, D'Amato,
an. ardent foe of, the International
Boxing.; Qlub. has held Patterson's
title nn ire since the chamDion
knocked out amateur Rademacher
last, August in Seattle. ..
CHICAGO(tJPI)-Right handed
pitcher Gene Fodge of the Chicago
Cubs has been sent to the Fort
Worth Texas,, farm club in the
Texas League to.make room for
Dick taiswortn, an ia.year.oia do
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. C3
Milwaukee
San Francisco
32
12 22
3
32
.5 2
.509
.509
k.5C0
.447;
.455
.429
2"i
4 1
4V4
S
7
Vh
?
Pittsburgh
St.; Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
Philadtlphia
Los Angelas
24 32
' Today's Garnet
St.' Louis at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N)
Yesterday's Ro'sults
(Niaht Gam)
Los Angeles 102 010 10ll 11" 1
i'nuadelphia 101 010 06x-9 10 0
Drysdale.v Roebuck. Lshin fa.
2), Klippstein and Roseboro.
ianiord (5J), Farrell and Sa-
watski.,' ., . ;
v (Night Game)
St. Louis 020 000 ots-iin-is 1
Cincinnati 000 003 100 4 8 3
Brosnan. Wight. Psuia f3.nv .nrt
Smith. ' i
Lawrence. Schmidt 7(2.2. ttsrf.
dix and Bailey.
' (Night Game)
Chicago i 100 000 0113 8 0
Muwauicee 200 130 OOx 6 .7 0
Drabowsky (4-7). Hobbie and S
Taylor.
Burdette (5,4) .and Crandall.
(Niaht Gama) 1
San Fco. 100 000 0001 9 1
nttsourgn, i. 050 ooo oix- 8 0
AntoneUi (6-5), -Gomez, Miller,
McCormick and Schmidt.
Raydon (2-2),' Face and Foiles.

Slumbering

Show Signs Of Awakening

BY OSCAR FRALEY '.
NEW .YORK UPI)-W'ashinfftoiH
irvmg is about to lose his mem mem-bership
bership mem-bership in the Boxing Writers As
sociation today.' r 1 : v
urn wash was the matt, most
qualuied in recent times to .cover
the gladitorial .aspects of the
heavyweight, division. Any box
fighter wno .weighed in over ,the
middleweight limit 'immediately
made Rip Van Winkle? look like
an insomniac on a diet 'of pep
PIUS.- ,' ' 4
But, a's the fight' Manager Said
when his warrior asked for 50 per
cent of the purse,' stranga things
are Happening.' -,
f The heavyweights --are actually
beginning- to gather "momentum
and hold on 'to your hat even
Floyd Patterson is? getting ready
to go to the post. Patterson, in
case you ; have forgotten, is the
heavyweight champion of the
world although he hasn't hoisted
his dukes in, hostility since last
August. r ...
' v. .Gava Ultimatum ,-fU
The World Boxing Federation
tossed a jolt into the sleeping
giants when it ruled that Patter,
son would have to defcnd the title
by September or forlcit his lone
some throne. The result is that
all those in the napping line .want
to get iront and center.;
Harold Carter started it off by
besting Willi Besmanoff last Fri.J
i rtil! 1. 1a 1 .. i : i-- J w.i A
nay. ims wee u is lnute ae jynn,
Wliu uaa uau vtic .wub buia jca.
azainst Bob Baker, who has had
none. In July, Pete Rademacher
will clutch and clout against Zora
Folley and then millenium Pat
terson is being readied to go
against Roy Harris m August
challenger sits out this flurry of
action with a bum shoulder.
Added proof that there : really
are heavyweights around in phy.
sical stature, at least, is a feilow
named Willie Pastrano. Not to be
confused with a delicatessen sand,
wich, Pastrano .won three bouts
in Europe and has come nome to
join the standees,,.
There is light doubt in this
corner that Patterson, the man,
not the myth; is the best nsticuiter
in the whole pack. He is in his
Rpvnnth vear as a nro boxer and:
while he has had only s 34 bouts
ami hasn't climbed through the
ropes in 10 months, Harris isn't
taking an unfair; advantage. The
Texan hasn't fought in eight
months. v
Daftatad Bakar '
Harris is from' a town called
"Cut and Shoot." Don't get the
idea from this that he is either
(A) a basketball player or (B)
one who does' batt'e witl. six shoot,
er and Bowie knife. He is unde.
feated in 22 contests and has con.
guered such as Baker, Pastrano
and Besmanoff.
, Actually, Harris and Folley have
GLIDERS CRASH
LASIIAM, England (UPI-'rwo
glidrs collided in flight in a freak
accident near here yesterday but
all three occupants oi tne crait
escaped injury. T,wo glider en enthusiasts
thusiasts enthusiasts oarachuted 4.500 feet to
ely and the third mm landed his
crippiea ci ai'i saieiy. ii was ine
first reported glider air collision
in (Britain.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
vv .. .u Pet. CS
Naw York Si n .455

Boston 33 : .5 8
Kansas City 24 jg .5 3
Detroit ,- 23 29 f.4;i
Clavoiand 29 31 '.:j
Chicaga 24 33 .444
Baltimore 2$ 39 ,4'S
Washington 24 32
8
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n
lift
... .Today's Games
Boston ;at Chicago i
. Baltimore at Kansas City. (NJ
., Washington at Detroit
New York at, Cleeland (N)
' Yesterday's Results
(Night Gama)
Boston ; t-. 000 000 0C9-O S 0
Chicago 120 000 lOx 4 7 1
Sisler (8.3),' Wall anaVhite.
Pierce (5.5) ind Lollar.v
(Night Gam.)
wasnington 000 001 100 2
Detroit x107 000 10x-8 17
V
I
Ramos1 4.5),' Cicotte and eourtJ
ney, Korcheck." v j 1 j j
Hoeft (6-5) and WUson .
. (Night Game) f
New York 000 004,0004 ; 6 0
Cleveland, 000 000 00044) 2 1
Ford a2 and-'Berra.C; :
Narleski (8-5) and Brewn
I' 11' (Night Gama)
Baltimore . 000 022 000-i-4 1 7 0
Kansas City 000 000 1001 5 1
' t '. f
O'Dell (7-7) and Triandos.
Herbert (2.3), Grim, Tomanefc
and Smith. .,

'Heavyweights

been ; the most active of .the lot
uesyiue his recent nanDinsr. i
won 11 bouts in the previous two two-years.Folley.
years.Folley. two-years.Folley. mav sound liv

burleyj;ue dancer but ha has- been-..

jus, aspusy i&ora 4s unbeaten in
tue (H8i. two years and, in that
time;; has won 19 bouts against
one draw,
The most imminent battle Js the
Friday tussle at ,Syracuseuetween
De -Joha and. Baker. De John is
the fUow who scored the big upset
;.i'jeir dy stromnB out 1n
the first round and flattpning un.
defeated 'Alex Miteff. lie'il have
to get past the' veteran'Bake tf
stay alive but eh has a- bij edge.
After all, De John had a fishfi
this year. u. ;
1 So the imbruised bruisers seem

to B'viug ut iiieir oeaucy rests, i i-And.
And. i-And. you can't be blamed if you
think they've been sleeping longer
than Rip Van Winkle. .
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Dipld D;d.i
NEW YORK (UPD-Promoter1
Teddy Brenner will try to match
lightweights Frankie Ryff and ;
Tommy Tibbs for a return TV
fight at S Nicholas Arena, July
21, because of much dissatisfac.
tion over Monday night's decision
favoring Ryff, t
Ryff of New Yovl-., 135' pounds.
was awarded a unanimous in-
round verdict over Tibbs .of Bos
ton, 134i4. But many of the 1.058
fans booed the decision and a
pon oi lu spons "wniers at tan1
ringside favored i Tibbs-"'; unanL
mously,
""The disagreement Calls for a
rematch," Brenner Said- today,
"And I'll try to make 4t for July
21." . x '
Ryff, favored at 12-5. was awardl
ed ; the -eighth round on' a foul
when Tommy was penalized for
a low left hook.1
Blond Frankie said, "I thought
I won big. I was too fast for
him.".
Frankie was fast running' away
from Tibbs, who beat his body
with left hooks and his head with
overhanded rights. He buckled
Ryff's ; knees in the; fourth and
ninth rounds and also brought
blood to his nose' in the ninth
There were no knockdowns---.'r- ;9t
The three ring ; officials f avoredt
Ryff on a rounds, basis as fpllowsi
Referee Miller, 5-44; Judge Tony
Castellano, 6-4. and Judce Mike
Davidowitcn, five, for '? each -on
rounds, but .six ooints'' for Ryff
andfive for Tibbs: The United
Press International had Tibbs
ahead, 6-3.1.-. ;
.) ,
SUSPENDS OFFICIALS
MANILA (UPI) -. Secretary of
Finance Jaime Hernandez Jae Jae-day
day Jae-day ordered the suspension of 14
more key officials and employea
in the drive to rid the Bureau of.
Customs of graft and corruption.
The suspensions were made on the
recommendation of a presidential
committee investigating eustoms
irregularities which have depleted
government reveniis. "It" broUglit
to 40 the total of officials and m m-ployes
ployes m-ployes suspended thus far,



early foot. Then the big outfielder broke his law 'in a .colli
sioat the plate, ad to take sustenance tiircmRh a a quit

hitting the long oau oiien enouau, mm

Milers Now
What To

Official World Record

NEW .YORK Xune' 18 (UPI)
l'hp fnnr-minute mile no longer
atfles the., world's running v .elite
iut ..they're wonderjng what -does
i guy have to do to set an, offi official
cial official world :?ecpd V? $ f'i -s
Derek Ibbdtson of- England ran
he fastest mile history with
:57.2 at Londotr last July nd he's
kill waiting, for ithenternalional
badge-wearers to t write his name
ato the. .record books. : t
Herb Elliott of Australia did
It In 3:57.8 it fce' Angel'on Ma
14, two-tenth faster than John
Lendy's officially Impeccable
13:58, but official- tossed their,
hands.; in horror, and, t charged,
"You used a pacer.- 50 eppar-'
ently, had lbbgtson.
Ibbotson and Elliott, without the
I nf a motor' scooter, pep. pill?,
V detachable togs-,; flew t0 rec"
rd-breaking miles -On their own
jwo'le'l; but under' the code are
leprived'ot recognitroh by a rule
lhat baffles all but the, extreme
eprived 'of, recognitroh by a rule
iunsti of track.
I The rule Js-a .bit hazy but the
ilea i a record-breaker is not fl flowed
owed flowed to have any assist- from an an-Uher
Uher an-Uher runner who might go out in
front and'purposely set a pace ior
iart of the distance, v
I Okay, but' the greatest stir ui
Mile history was created when
'jnoer Bannister cracked the four
tninute Taarrier. for- the very first
ime. m yw -anu wnuoui .patei
L

TEXAS SHELL CAME You mifiht know a Texas hen would
do it. -Linda Dallas, Texas Chrustjan University student com
spares a giant egg with an average one.- The big egg was laid
; by a hen owned by W. L. Gatlin, of- Grandview, Tex It
measures 8 '4 inches around the middle; 10 inches the long way
,; and weighs-seven ounces. .The smaller' egg was rated "extra
large" by normal standards. : ; . J;

1 i

City
Wondering
Do To Set
it never would have, been done.
V li Bannister' own boofc"The
Four Minwte Mile," the young'
(doctor pays high tribute to hi
teammates, Chri Brasher ,,, end
rhri fkitlwlu.' V', 1.
; Brasher .set the pace, for f the
first, half-mile .'ana. ne. maae sue
cess Dossible Bannister, wrtei
Then Chaiaway' forged mlo the
lead for the third quarter while
'Bannister, who that day; felt full
off running," kept churning, until
it became his' wit to lead. The
announcer at the end said Tmve
minutes" fii the cheers of tlv
crowd drowned out the rest of
3:59.4. m
We had done- it,""" wrote Roger,
the three of us." r i
Yet, more than .a yeaf la'er,
Ibboison's record 'was held in a
bevance becausea pacer may
have been Used. And in May, '.El
lintt' 3 57 8 likewise was regard-
led as tainted because young man
been inseri in. theAffeld to' play
jackrabbit." a ; S
If ho was pacer' enorted
Elliott, he didn't do very good
job of it." 1 i
, Herb wasn't miffed so much that
his record was questioned because
it was six-tenths .slower than Ib Ib-botson's.
botson's. Ib-botson's. ' i "
' v But per'ek, v he (aid,' should
have hi record."
t,i And so, w.e say, he should .' ;

uent, unrlnnro
In -First Pbcj
Settb at Gym
By VICTOR pRAY
PANAMA CAGE LOOP

STANDINGS
. WLPct.
Vearh
Ken
Marlboro-
Naciouul 'i
Carta Vie ia
Balboa Beer
Panama
Perfection
1.000
1.1iiO
l.ouo
.tlO
.1
.000
..QUO
First place will be at s.ake to
nightin the Panama Provincial
Cage Loop when Kent Cigarettes
play Marlboro Cigarettes. ' Tne
Marlboro lads,-wiih such stahVarts
as Ernesto Taylor, Eddie Bermu Bermu-dez
dez Bermu-dez and Julio Andrade, should en en-coun.er
coun.er en-coun.er no resistence from (he
youthful and inexperienced Kent.
In i the afterpiece, Perfection
stoves will endeavor to break into
the win column when they take
on the Panama Cigarete quinteU
Both clubs lost their a opening
matches, the Stov-emen to MarJ-
boro and the Panama to, Ken,t.
For some reason known only
to the schedule makers, the Car s
Vieja team has yet to play 1 a
eame. while alter tonight s contest
four of the clubs wjll have played
two games apiece. However,, Ziv
nians will be 'privileged to see
their pets over the weekend.
.Monday night' games i-
. iftiA'"-
The opening matchK Kent- ; v.,
Panama was won by the .former,"
by a icore of, J53 to 43.,? For the
winners', the best looking player
were McLean, Simpson and Chris Chris-topher,
topher, Chris-topher, while'' for, the, loser, the
lone performer worthy of any kind
of men ion wris Caballero.
' The second game between Cer-
veza Balboa and cigarruios iNa
cional 'was wonby the latter' by
a score, of .76 to '62. The winners,
taking advantage bf their enormous
heicht controlled Ihe rebounds, on
fi'thef basket with bsir playing
director,-&ugenio tuzcanao, snow
ing. Hie,
ifti-! i" 'i-'-'V"
-1 The- classy professor nelted '. a
total of '27 points, Edgardo White,
wi h 17 boints, Was high, for the
lowers: 'Also "worthy of mer ion" was
I he exceptiona I performance of
two Cerveza Balboa : rookies,'' D a a-vey
vey a-vey and Amidet. Davey with his
nine points played i brilliant floor
eame. Amulet's contribution" of 7
kept the losers In the fight to some
"" Ramw will h nlaved t the "a
tional Gym with the first contest
geting underway at excatly T:30
p.m. i : ;
Serviceman Star
Emmett Bryant ;
Joins Marlboro '5'
The elready formidable cham champion
pion champion Marlboro baskttbalf team
received addecf strength today
with the signing- of US airmen
Emmttt Bryant, tar forward of
Albrook Field quintet.
k Bryant, who will make his de debut
but debut in the Paname Provincial
loop tonight when Marlboro tin tingles
gles tingles with Kon Clgsreti,- held
a Canal Zone Service League
record of (0 joints cored in one
game.
The fast-moving Negro Is ex expected
pected expected to form an outstanding
play-making combination with'
sensational Eddie Ormudex, the
Costa Rican who i I wd Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro this season after playing with
Panama Cigarettes during the
1957, campaign. a
r
ft f
V
LUCKY CORNERr-Shinnying
happily tip the pole at the cor
ner of Goodness" and Happy
Streets in Shullsburg, Wis., it
12-year-dl3 Kenneth Peacock. 1
The old lead mining town ha j
no Easy Street, but if Kenneth
wants to, he can climb the pole
on thoroughfares called Truth, ;
Judgment, Mercy,' PeaceWisi- t
dom. Virtue and Justice All
were named by an early resi resident
dent resident who laid out the village. 1

1 ' 1 ' -"' (NEA Telephoto)
COOLING OFF Gary'' Player of Johannesburg, South Africa,
after a combination of the. best round of the U.S. Open, Golf
Championship tournament and bllsterin 97 degree heat, cools
off under a -shower at Tulsa, Okla., player finished second,'
,v runnerup to new champion Tommy Bolt.

BALBOA SUMMER'
1 SCRATCH iLEAGUi
1
Team
Tivoli Travel I
Kent Cigarette
Dunlop-hillman.'
Balboa Beer ., :.
Scott Atwate
Pepsi Cola Martini
ZenLh T. V.
Duran-lue Star
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20V
;19V4
17
13 -12
12 ',.
10 r ;
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11.
15
16
16
18
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20
Leading averaged Damian 18'J,
Kunkel 173 Lane 166.. y
"Tivoli Travel Agency 3
Kent Cigarettes V
The Tivolf Travel Agency wa
'.ravelme at a fast Dace on its
lournev to the league lead. Jack
Voss. cantain bt the Tivoli Tribe
had his gang in line and with ih
helo of Ladv Luck knocked Kent
Cigarette out of first place win
ning av4 nomt. 1
Ifi the1 opening "fiairza .' boih
team lathered in the same sum'
ber of pins, and gained half point
each. In the Mcond, 4? pin de decided
cided decided the issue .in tavor of Tivo
li. but m the finale l where La
dy Luck stepped inland, assisted
Tivoli to cash in by pins. am
Coffev fighting to get into U the
leading three average group, post'
ed 513 for Kent' and (Bruce Hasi-
ler of Tivoli wai not far behind
with 506. VV-V
Balboa Beer J Dunlop-Hillman
In a display of hot-and cold
bowling, the Balboa Beer Barrel
split vhe four tallies against the
British combine ot tfiuman tars
equiped with Dunlop Tire. Ia
the opener, after checking and
rechecking the x:ore sheets, tae
certified public accountant could
not' find any discrepancy, ana
Dunlop-Hillmans won by. a single
pin,, f' j
m
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CATCHING UP Sammy
. White. Jr., puts on equipment
' just like his father for. a prac practice
tice practice session. He is the seven-year-old
eon of .the Boston
Red Sox catcher. Good fit, Jtoo.J
HODGE BOUT SET ; V
i NEW YORK (UPI)-Dan Hodge
of Wichita, Kan., lormer national
Golden Gloves; champion,' was
matched today for an eight-round
main event with Drew Brown ol
New Orleans at Holyoke, Mass.,
June 23. In his first pro.essional
fight last week at Scranton,- Pa..
.-todee knocked 'out Norman Jank.

1 hi tarred the Balboa 1 Beers
and overflowed tne laueg and with
Kay Dube's 21,7 game they drown
Q tne HiUman-Dunlopg by la4
pin. was then the latter' turn
to be aggravated, and they rolled
at a fast clip and ran over the
oeer gizzier by 121 pins, two
pins short for the TOP marker.
Kay uube, Navy pride -ana" con
inoution to the league posted a
548 for ;he Balboa 'quintet, iui
Ed Kunkel and Tom Hinely blast blast-ed
ed blast-ed 546 and: 509 for the Brmm
proaucts. ine two point win put;
iiBiuua uhu me in g;l uvision. j
Pepsi Cola-Martini 3 Zenith TV
' Pepsi Cola-Martini mixture (wap
ped place in the landings with
tneir opposition, Zenith TV who
now occupy the seventh slot v.
cated by ,Pepi-Martini.i Two 1ilsr-
I gers in the form of Lef.y Ski. Pru-
vi uio maiuies, auu i cue
Damian Panama. ; Prize kegler,
ipelled doom, for the Zenith five.
Ski splattered the pin for a
508 series, which) included a 210
performance, and Pep a. 578 set
which showed a 225 ga.nes. Un Unfortunately
fortunately Unfortunately it i this game. Pep
team lost by one pin and ihu
were deprived of a clean sweep.
The, only Zenith TV tfiat had good
reception on number 11 and 12
lanes was Joe Burgoon with
Dooming bn total.
Durari-Blue Star ) Scott Atwater l
In a complete reversal of form
the cellar dwelling Duran Coffee
blended with, Blue Star 'milk, stall stalled
ed stalled the Scott Atwa.er Motors for
a 3 to 1 count; After taking the
first two games,, the Coffee con
creme weakened and Scot Aiwa Aiwa-ter
ter Aiwa-ter turned on the ignition, to Win
their nlo sfoiat:r,U
Although the Puran Blue Star
boy had no 500 lumps 'of maple
sugar pins to weeten iheir victo
ry, they were well pleased with
Sefior Alvarado'ir 414. Two of the
Scot Atwater Motoros '.joined the
500 classic with Johnnv B i e h r
roUing 510 and McNair Lane drop-
ung in wun S03. The Duran-Blue
tar gained the bia TP marker
by one pinl. i i i
Gavifan, Bahama
TV Bout Tonight
MIAMI BEACH. June 18 'UPtt
Former welterweight champion
Kid Gavili n is favored to wnip
tough Yama Bahama, the Bimini
slugger who is ou: to kill the
"Keed's" comeback hope in ; to to-nights
nights to-nights nationally televised vki.
rounder."
The- odds were ahouj 12-S! t for
the Cuban "bolo puncher, but wen
expected to change before "fight
time at 9 p.m. at the' Mia m t
Beach Auditorium. !, "'
The biggest thing in Gavilan's
favor is his 15 years of ring expe
rience. Although no: the flash he
was in his heyday, the "Keed" is
still plenty quick with his hands.
and is a master at drawing out
his opponent and wearing him
down before wading in himself
Bahama best hope Is in keep.
ing Gavuan off balance by driv driving
ing driving in constantly. The 25-year-old:
West Indian may, have the stami
na to do it,' since he is a strong
body funcher and can take plen plenty
ty plenty of punishment. 1 i
Bo:n fighters were expected to
weigh in at about 150 pounds.
'Bahama Is a s.ablemate of
B?lph "Tiger" Jones, -who wat
the opponent in both of Gavilao';
1958 bouts. Gavuan lost the firs'.
but- won 'the second. :. I
For Gavilan, it will be hi 46ih'
television apnearance and his 142nd
fight in a 15-year career. Gavi.
lan. who claims he is only 32. hnsi
record of 78 wins, 28 of thnm
liv knockou'.s, 29 losses-' and s'x
draws.
Bahamas' reccrd stands a' 32 1
wins, 16 by knockout, eight losi

Galinclo Beafs Hinkle 4 8- 3
To Win Luclcy Stfilte Tourney
Brazos Brook's Galindo shotiround throush the twelth hole to ly final round match to so estri
himself a very fine round of golf i defeat Dr. Al Masso. in the firs: holes.

SatuA'.ay moruing at the ron A-
mador Golf Links to take the 19 8
'Aicky S.nke Invitational G o 1 1
Tournament Championship back to
the Atlantic Side with him as he
defeated Panama's Jim Hink'.e 4
and. 3. ;.-;.'" '; 'xv
Herb Mitten was the ;.raedatist
for the tournament The good doc doctor
tor doctor ended: up tied with Ed ,Wyoc ,Wyoc-ki
ki ,Wyoc-ki at the conclusion of the regu
lar qualifying rounds,, -and then
shot a one under par 7 to edge
out Wysocki, who shot 4wo o o-ver
ver o-ver par 70. f :,
This year the Luckky Strike peo-'
pie and the Panama Golf Asso Association
ciation Association heads decided to get away
from the udst gathering tropnies
for1 prizes, and selected one of
he classiest group of prizes l l-vailable
vailable l-vailable for a golf winner4 Win Win-ners
ners Win-ners jtf. each fligh and the medal medalist
ist medalist carried home "over-sized" galf
bags, while the runners up won
themselves t pair of very fine
eolf shoes
v Jack Smith shot an even par

, ... AND SO DELICIOUS-O rT '
, as jf prepared by an Italian Chef f Vwfl ' r
, If time is short and you enjoy tasty food, tb answer to ,'t J .
k four problem U delightful Chef Boy-Ar-De Spaghetti rii .v V L;-''"1"

1 n.in he vnaAriMTi k imnfr nar.K -a or uiiii miiib mv em j i i ,- ? j letTf.if

f ingredients, even the auc and cheese. And the taste? ,r i;ji j v "v-
; mmml It Uiuperb--and really Italian in tyl,e.'- 5U yjr ";.',.' 4
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee is well-known for its great variety of lil jJjS
Italian dishe. :'' iTA DIVmE'IiI i

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THIS IS TO ADVISE OUR VALUED CUEIITS AND FREDS
THAT 7E ARE MOVIi.'G OUR PAH'MA CITY OFFICE TO EDI EDI-FICIQ
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tligiu match 8 ana 8.-This was

probably one of the worst beat-
ings ever handed out in the final
round of an Isthmian tournament
L was Just a case of Smi.h be
ing red hot,and Dr.- Magsot- try trying
ing trying to putt A mador'. greens as if
he were at his home club, Pima Pima-m.
m. Pima-m. '"'',.','
j "Bill Duffus won himself a 'goif
bag as he de.fested Caotain Cai Cai-chellor
chellor Cai-chellor 4 and 3. in the S e c 0 n i
FHeh.. ;,-" -; :
. Sgt. H. D. C,arr oullasted Tom
Spencer in the third flight to win
3 and 2. ; :
Colonel Coney "played very' fine
golf to beat Bill Hrdie 4 and 2
in the fourth flight' match. -Jim
Wi.trup won over Colonel
D. E.. Mas'Held 5' and, 4 In
yl
Fifth Flight,

c;ommanaer Artnitage anq tnucKiwui De donated to tn San Luis
Sorrel staged, themselves quite a I Old People' Home, In Puerto Pi- -match
as they went 20 holes be Ion. c.
fore the Commander was able o '- vv .,t

ake, himself home a ... L U c k y i
S rike golf bag. This was the on-
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The seventh flight was won by
Roger Adam who defeated Ciief
E. P. Kelly. The scure for-thi
match was not posted. j
US Navy All-Stairs
Cuaracheros Fives f :;
Tb.Meet;Juiy.3.:ri;C;:;f
,; A US" Navy all-star baskitbatr-
team will play the Guaraeheios
quintet July 3 at the Claudia Lo." .i

Gymnasium of the Abel Bravo Col'
:1
lege in Colon.
? Proceeds- of the garni, to b
ridad (Friends of Charhvl croatf."1
vrutov UJ liH Oil UG V
Admission will be 25 cents for
adults a

no 14 cen. for children. ""v

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FCn INFORMATION TELEFHCNE 2-0743
THIS SPACE IS FC3CALE
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: Jisuir 2.4, litre,
4 doort tedan. Lett than C000
miles. Call 1-6824 Panamo.
' MUFFLERS '
TChovrolet, Plymouth, Ford
" J. All othera $12.95. Frot int-
tallation. Tivoli Motor at TWolf
; Crossing Tel. 2-4222. . v
FOR SALE: Will SELL or SWAP
Chryilar 4 door 1952. 6 cylinder,
Dodge convertible 1951, Ply
mouth coupe f passenier 1948,;
Oldimebile, coupe 5 M""9r
1949. Interested in 1954. 1955 ;
d 1956 Chavrolott, 4 door
todam. Can can be toon at Atlai
Cardan. Tol. 2-2423 2-4830.
FOR SALE-i195r DoSoto 2
door ipartman hardtop coupo.
Moehanleally parfaet and now.
' paint job. One ownar, $.500 tath..
Also 1951 Oldimobile "98" 2
door hardtop, $450.00 cash.' -Phono
1-1415 or too at 8053-D -Margarita;
' r 1
FOR SALE Henry I, firtt claii
condih'on, call Balboa 2384 after
3:30-p.m.;i'Kv;.'''',;;--,r
'FOR SAU 1954 Buick Super,
fully equipped, tuporior condi condition
tion condition $1150, 1957 Smith-Corona
' portable typewriter, new $65.
Balboa 2-4291.. -
$$$BAR6AIN $$$ SACRIFICE v
$$$ SAVE $1350.00 $$$ 1957
PLYMOUTH Savoy, 2 door, aport
- coupe,, beautifull tutone paint i
with matching upholstery, pulh ;
borten transmission, radio, WW;
tubeleu tint. Thit car ia in per-'
feet mechanical condition. SSS
SAVE SAVE $$$ AUTOS EISEN EISEN-'
' EISEN-' MAN, net to the Coca Cola -.
plant. Tela. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Count? Count?-Sedan,
Sedan, Count?-Sedan, 6 cylinder, lordometie,
very1 Clean. $1350. Phone 87 )
5 1 43,: Jtei-t$$
FOR SALE t-r-NSSv Ford station,
wagon, radio, heater.' House 356
Apf.'l AneorCfhone 2-2160. ;
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodge Cut Cut-ten
ten Cut-ten RoyolV-8, 4-door tedan,'
radio, owerflita trantmittion,
power brakes. A car you will en enjoy
joy enjoy owning. See It at Colon
Metort, : Jne Dodge Dealeri
10th St., Colon, Tel. 492-1.
FOR SALE: 53 Ford 9-paneng-or,
atation wagon. Excellent painty -tirel,
onoe, radio. Bettefferi
i' Navy 2280iM'wiMsi,!Aivi,-.j.;:;,;
. $$$ BARGAIN $$$ SACRIFICE
. $$$; SAVE $1500.00$$$ 1957.
Oldimobilo Super 88 Golden
Rocket,? 2 door, Holiday eoupt
with Jot-A-Way Hydromatic,
radio, new nylon ww Hrea and
' very low mileage $$$SAVE SAVE
I $$$ AUTOS EISENMAN, next
' to the Coca Cola plant. Tali: 2-.
J 2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chryiler New
.M Yorker hardtop St. Regit, 19,-,
', 000 mjlet, sirconditlon, power
" "fcrahee and steering. Loaded withu
extrai $3,500.00. Houae 0922
f, -Amador Road,. Balboa. ,
FOR SALE: Dodge V-8, 2 door
hardtop,: automatic trammiiiion,
ewer etoering, radio, ww tirei,
' etc. $2,365.00. Leaving toon,
1 Panama 3-1862. :
FOR SALEs 1940 V-8 Ford 2,
door tedan $50.00. Tel. 2-4244.
Whatever
;y; .-;vv.. ?w.-.V
Happened to
a a
Wild Bill Hallahan
In the dayi when the old St.
Louis Cardinals Gas House' Gang
was at its gassiest,, one of the
venerable characters .of the cast
was Wild Bill Hallahan, a left-
handed : pitcher, i he never did
learn enough control to be called
anything but "Wild Bill, even after
13 years, in the majors and lour
World Series. In 1931. he led the
National Leaguein? victories witl
19, led in strikeouts (159) and he
led in walks, too, with 111 He led
the league in walks three differ different
ent different times but his speed made him
tough to beat.. In the 1931 World
Series he trimmed the lofty Phil,
adelphia Athletics twice, allowing
only one run, in '.his two startai
Hallahan, traded 'to Cincinnati In
1936, went out of the majors after
the .1938 season; 5 :. s. i i
..:rv'.--.?'' ; :.;,v. :';'' -f.iv
Whatever 'happened to Wild Bill
Hallahan? Now 53, he is back In
his native Binghamton, N.Y., as
foreman at the Ozalid Film Manu.
facturing Company.'
Player 01 Ths Day ;
! JOE CUNNINGHAM
' t '
- Jersey Joe Cunningham is back
tt it for the St. Louis Cardinals
; delivering those clutch hits when
the team needs 'em most.
A part-time first baseman and
was the National League's most
; dependable pinch swinger last sea.
1 ton. And Monday night he showed
be' hasn't lost the touch.
' Cunningham singled heme two
runs in the ninth to produce a 3-3
tie and the Cardinals went on to
beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 6-5
i In ll innings. v .. ; .
'A native of Saddle River Town.
' ship, N.J.',Tunnlnghannnusreome
pretty close to being the best ball
player who's never won a regular
Job in the big. leagues. .: ;

A'partrf.cnts

FOR HErT: Modern two bed bed-rtom
rtom bed-rtom apartmant. Maid't room
and tarvicc, garage. Jutto Aro Aro--
- Aro-- ttmtnt Avenue 37-1 1, Tl Tl-phona
phona Tl-phona 2-2341. i 1
" KR RENT: Tw badroom
, apartment, T living, i di'ningroom,
.balcony,- hot, wafer, v maid'i i
quarters. Hex building "Esparta".
- Ricaro'o Arias street Tel. 3-4994.-
FOR RENT: -One badroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartments across El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton, apply Fore El" Hal-
eon. Tel. 3-4179. ., ,l
. FCRxRENT-0i and two bed-'
v'Voomt apartment with furnished
ot unfurnished in. Via Fernando
de Cordoba 15 )n front of th
Comereial Canter. Tel. 2-2883
and 3-4734. ; ,
FOR RENT: In the Cangrejo,
two bedroomt apartment, .living
.-room, dining room, maid't room (
garage. All furniihed, Alberto
Navarro Street No. 48. Tel. 2 2-A
A 2-A 2883or' 3-4734.
' FOR RENT: Completely iur iur-nithed
nithed iur-nithed apartment, 2 bedroomt, 1
living-diningroomi large porch,'
. Venetian blindt, garage,' linen,
China glaitware. Exclusive rest--.
dential section. Bella Vista,, tele :
; phone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT:- Small modem
apartment appropiatc' for two
persons. 50 street No, 41 Bella
Vista. Half black from Baturro
Grocery. Rent $55.00.
FOR ; RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-din--ing,
ate. Via EspaAa No. 117,
from -2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tel,' 3 3-1717.
1717. 3-1717. FOR RENTi Two bed-room
apartment unfurnished with dining,-,
living room, largo kitchen,
. porch,' garage, iff El Cangrejo,
' also newly furnished -one bed bed-inom
inom bed-inom apartment. Call 3-7453
"' Panama, ifM- -$ .' V'K ',:.
Ilevporl-Bormuda
Yachls Meel Poor
Sailing Conditions
" HAMILTON. Bermuda. June 18
(uri; w in euiut iccu III hip
Newport-to-tiermuda yachts, race,
paced by the yawl, Good ; News,
encountered poor sailing condi conditions
tions conditions today on the final leg pf its o-
.son tnnmail -t t
- A U.S. Coast Guard place locat.
ed the Good News 54 miles from
port at 8 a.m. today. The first
craft is' not expected -to cross the
finish Una until .at least 5:30 p.m.
tomght.- i $
Good News, owned by J, Hi. Hed.
den of Hillsborough, Calif., slipped
back, into first, place late yester.
day and maintained her pace-setting
position during last night's
calm. f
The -Coast Guard reported that
Windigo, a yawl owned by Wal Walter
ter Walter S. Gubelmann of Oyster Bay,
N.Y.,' was directly astern' of Good
News this morning, followed by
Touche, another yawl owned by
John T. Potter of Plainview, N.
Y.. i
Other challengers in the race to
the finish line at St. David's
Head, 12 miles east of Hamilton,
were Banovento, owned, by.l'. 8.
Du Poht III of Rockland, Del.,
and Hother, -owned by Paul Hoff.
man of Mamaroneck, N.Y.-
These were followed by Criollo,
owned by Cuban Humberto Vida.
na. one mile behind.
The official winner will not be
announced until' the' corrected
times are determined, tor most
entries were provided with handi.
.TOKYO-Prime Minister Nodu Nodu-suke
suke Nodu-suke Kishi calling for a complete
ban on nuclear weapons teals,
.A nuclear war, if it
should ever occur, would mean the
extinction of the Iiuman race.''
. WASHINGTpN -i President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's opinion of his doctors'
ban oh- visiting Colorado: ..
r ;Because I got sick there one
year, the. doctors say I an' go
there.1 1 think they are" nuts."(
;i;if... k-if, ',, .Sf:..'.lf,v,'.
CIUDAD TRUJILLO-Dominican
strongman Rafael Trujillo on his
playboy son's failure to graduate
from the U.S. Command and Gen General
eral General Staff College:
."A'dlploma granted by a mili military
tary military school, converted into a po political
litical political tool at the service of pas passions
sions passions ; and Interests alien to its
purely technical mission, cannot
constitute an honor for anyone,'
EXCELLENT
;c OPPORTUNITY
FOR EXPERIENCED
BOOKKEEPER,;
Write Full Particulars
' ' Giving' y
' Experience, Feferences
,(, v iijf. -a. WtcX"i '''!,. .--:..
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Beside me Belle V 1st Tneatre.
Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottagek and Large
Beach" House. One mie ast the.'-.,.
Casino. Phone Balboa. 1866. x"
Baldwin1! furnished ,' apartments
at Santa Clara Beachi Telephone v
Smith, Balboi 3681.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished hornet,
on beach.. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceanside" Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone- Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
two bedroom, living-diningroom,
bath, kitchen, U.S. Army inspect inspected,'
ed,' inspected,' Phone 3-5351 or occur, 45th
St. 2-241 Bella Viita. ,
FOR, RENTr Upstairt 3I-A
house Francisco Pilot St. Vista
Hermosa,,' (5 rooms )., informa information,
tion, information, downstairs. ;
FOR' RENT: Beautiful furnished
house on the Trans-lsthmiia .,
Highway.: 10 minutes from, the J.
city. Ideal lor Americana who f
like" -comfort. Cool location tur-
rounded by lawn a nd treet. (
Three bedroom with clotett,
large living and dining room, kit-,
chen with refrigerator, gat stove,
hot water, maid's quarters, ga garage,
rage, garage, swimming pool, telephone.
Rent: $175 monthly, To res responsible
ponsible responsible party only. Guarantee
required.. Phone 3-6202 from 4 1
to 8 p.m. for appbintment. l
FOR RENTi .Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur- ;
nished. For information call 3 3-3490.
3490. 3-3490.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed..,
' rooms, .2 baths, living-dining
" room, kitchen, garage, lanced
yard. Telephone 3-0771 good
, neighgorhood, .'
Commercial Sites
FOft JtCNT Commcrctil bfiltt
F nnaiy niwaviiiciifl wrwiimw war -u
--:a.- .!;.' B... L..-f. .. 7
phone 2-2341,-
DEVELOPS JETLINER
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI)' (UPI)'-Douglas
Douglas (UPI)'-Douglas Aircraft' Co.-Inc. said it
has developd an extended range
model of its DC8 jet airliner, that
will carry: non-stop standard pas passenger
senger passenger loads 5,600 miles 600
miles greater', than -the standard
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
w.
I mini, from the heart ot
San Jose, Costa Rica
Comnletely modern conveniences In
Suites end Bungalow. aH with ..
private beth Hot and cold water.
Price"; 88 and $8 daily, J
with meals. 'yt
v ( ; Coeatopolllen kllchea ,. '.j
:, : Horse tiding. ... ...
For reservations P. O. f
-i -vj Box 4459
Manager: Bill and Elenor Jtspera
LIMA EXCURSION
June 20 to June 28
iPrice $180.00 ;
Fidanque Travel : Service
International Jewelry
., 155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSUIUNCE
: can
JIMRIUGE
- General Agent )
Gibraltar Life ins. Co.. Co..-for
for Co..-for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
, SPEEDLITE 40
. ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
, ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
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Miscellaneous
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. Wp hav
your, choice 'ot equipment.
$ CRAWFORD AStNCIES, CORP.:
.J"!, it. I3A-3C Tel. Z-IS05.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHIN5
CUTtIT Quality Italian JunyLu
Gun, tins and Mask... J IS. 50
tRAWHJRD AGENCIES, CORP.
" "J" it fl3A-30 Tel. 2-1905
FOR SALE: The tale ot pre pre-Colomdun
Colomdun pre-Colomdun design bateaa con-'
,'tinuetr Will toll German police
' dog,, .Arte America, Automobile
how.
FOR SALE: t The two most
beautitul tish aquariumt in this
area.: 7 U gallons each. Stainless
"tteel with aluminum light hoeee.
Stands included. Albreok 86 86-5108.
5108. 86-5108. 1
FOR SALE: Singer machine in -excellent
condition, inquire house
2183 No. E, room 23, Rio Aba
; jo; ':.;v:':f'v:':!,.t; '.-v:: Ui
FOR SALE: J electric motor VV
' h.pJ current alternates t h.'p.
Direct current for light, : Only
530.00. Tel. 3-4776.
CHUCKLE HEAD
CHARLOTTE. N.C. (UPl)-The
CharloKe, public library declared
"forgiveness day" in an ef-ort: to
get back overdue books. One per.
son' showed ip twith a copy of
"Jock the Scot?; which was due
July 8, 1933. t WtixySn-i:
TAZEWELL,; Tenn.'fUPI t!-Two
deputies motored 14 miles, to. ar.
rest- -a man who manufactured
particularly powerful : moonshine.
The deputies got 'their, man as
well as a purchaser who had just
sampled the white lightning and
collapsed 100 yards from the still.
t ASHIYA:? Japan '(UPI) --"Civic
officials are beginning to think
that their anti-hoise: campaign Is
working a little too well, A motor.
1st driving throughi th city's si silent
lent silent streets fell asleep at the
wheel and rammed a telephone
PORT WORTH Tex. (UPI)-
The temperature was in the' mid mid-90'
90' mid-90' here Monday when 1 police
were called to a busy street cor-
ner iwhere they found a 52-year
old man sleeping in the nude. His
clothing, neatly folded, Jay at his
siae.
CANDIDATE? Philip H.'
Willkie, son, pf the late Wendell
L. -WiUkle, Republican presi-
dential candidate in 1940, has
announced he may run tor the
U.S. Senate, A former state
legislator from Rushvilie, -lnd.
Willkie said he would prefer to
run against GOP Sen. Homer E.'
Capehart when the latter's term
expires in 1962, but 'Junder cer
tain circumstances' might en enter
ter enter this year's senatorial race
for the seat vacated by, Repub-ji
ucan nuuim a. ionnw.--
; ; LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court Tot The
District I The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of (he adoption ot Lor.
raine Florence Elclihorst, a Minor va,
Richard"J. Eichhorst,' Jr.,:' Defendant,
No 4689, Civil Citation. t
, To Richard J. Eichhorat. Jr.
' You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Jjai-
boa Division, .at th Courtroom thereof,
in Ancen, Canal Zone, on the 6th day
of August, 1S58 at o'cloclt in the
forenoon of that day, then -and there
to show cause, if any you "have, why
John R. "Beler should not proceed with
the -hearing of nts petition tor tne a
rinnttnn nf the above-named minor
WITNESS.- the Honorable Guthrie t.
Crowe, Judge. United Statee District
Court for the District ot tne canal tone
thie 28 day of May wss. c
C. T. McCortnlek, Jr,
s Clerk of Court
(Seel)
Bv Lois B. Harrlsoa
Denutv Clerk
To Richard 1. Elchhorst. Jr. i
The foreeoins; citation is served upon
vou tv ouhlicatlon pursuant to the or or-lr
lr or-lr nf th Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe.
ludpe, United Stntes District Court for
the District rf the Cannl- Zone, dated
Hie '? rlav of Mnv, 19.r8,' and; entered
-nd 'iled In thl arllnn in tne ortice o
(hp rMm-k -nf tli. United State" Dlstrlc
"'nirt, P"lbQa Division on the 28 day of
May 1958, .: ,
V. T-. Mcrormklf, JJr
w -'. v Clerk of Cotwt
Bv I.ols R Herrlson
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Home Articles
f OR SALE: Singer electric sew-,
ing machine. Attachments. $43.. :
B jibe. 6317 0589-D lyane.
FOR SALE: B.by erib $15.00,
high chair $12.00, ,play pen
$10.00. Tel. Cprundti 21.21. ...v
FOR SALE.- Electric Dermeyor
Broit Well Rotisserio ExeeHent
condition' 3-7571 i- Reasonable.',
price.- : ".'
FOR, SALE: Electric washer
wringer typo,' 60 cycle; $35.00.,
Phone afror 44 p.m. 2-1759.,
FOR SALE.' Leather living room
'tot, I. couch, 3 chairs, I coffee,
table, 2 end tablet $li 0.00. I
Call Koibe 4103.
'HdI Cerco' Ruling
To Hurt Tcamslirj,
Ubor Sources Jay
' WASHINGTON ftTPIV tabor
sources said today a Supreme
Court ruling striking a blow J af
hot cargo contracts probably
will nut a .crimp in. Teamsters
Union organizing practices.
A '.not cargo clause inciuaea
i sa collective, bargaining agree.
ment is supposed to. mean work,
ers cannot be required by their.
employer1 to handle non-union or
struck.. gouds.'i'. ,v W
- But the:' high court Monday by
a 6 to 3 ruling held., that these
agreements are good only if the
employer wants' to stick to them.
If he doesn't, Justice Felix Frank,
furterfwrote for, the: majority, the
union can Be brought belore the
National Labor Relations Board
for violating the lan on. secondary
boycotts in the Taft-Hartley Law.
Teamster sources said the ruling
will interfere with organizing be.
cause the clause was used o sign
up non-union companies by refus refusing
ing refusing to handle merchandise, parti c
ularly over-road freight and locar
trues naming. i
Some 500,0()0 workers were es
tlmated to be covered by
hot
cargo" clauses.
In other opinions Monday the
court also: ; "nJi,' h.i
Aereed to near arguments next
fall on the government's antitrust
charges against tne Kaaio uorp.
of America and the "National
Broadcasting" Co. in connection
with an exchange of .Philadelphia
and Cleveland TV stations,
Denied a hearing to Mrs, Theo
Defabio. white, f air ax Uoun
ty mother, who objected to signing
form r unoer Virginia s pupu
placement act. The act has been
held unconstitutional by a federal
court in another, case invplving a
Negro but final disposition of the
case left the status of the act in
doubt. .-
Fco$3 Gsvl. G:Is
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TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) The
Natinnalist i Chinese parliament.
its ranks thinned by a boycott ot
deputies, yescerday approyea tne
administration's o n troversial
press bill giving the government
power to close newspapers wuu.
out a court trial. i -The
' bill was approved by a
voice vote on seebnd leading, Bift
Darliamentarv sources said nearfy
400 out 6f the 506 members' of
parliament stayed away from; tne
session in protest. -: t f ?
; Newsmen' and other observers
wer barred ,vrom the session
that passed all 46 articles of the
bill one 01 tne mosi unpopular
measures ever' submitted! ny tne
government of Chiang Kai-sneic.
IdeDendent newspapers, ;tni
nese newspapers aoroaa ana
and some members of the Inter
national Press Institute have
charged that the bill will end
freedom of the press on this
Nationalist island.. r
. The press bill, which the gov.
ernment said was needed to re
move scandal and unwholesome
sex from newspapers anJ maga magazines,
zines, magazines, split the ruling KuOmintang
(Nationalist Party) for ;the firs.t
time since the Nationalists were
driven from the mainland nine
veara' aeo. "i'.'A- -Vi'." :
The measure makes it Illegal i
for newspapers or magazines to
publish material inciting persons
to commit violence or material
that is indecent or Immoral.
Dragoncs Co-Op
Calls Emergency
General Assembly
The Dragones Cooperative of
Colon has called an emergency ge general
neral general assembly for Friday at tne
Miraculous Medal Parish-hall.
Topics for discussion are: I. For
matiori of the National Federation
of Cooperatives. II. Drive for
Qhristmas savings. III. Drive for
new members. IV. Welcomil; new
members into the cooperative. V.
Free movies.

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FOR SALE: IS foot reug wa-'--ter
beet and trailer. Ij'bee 2-'
1538. Heuse 5150 Diablo. V
, FOR; -SALE: Fiber glassed t4
foot runabout- with Evinrude 25
and controls. Call 2-3417, f
Learn Saanlsk with Mrs. Reme Reme-v
v Reme-v fo't tenyenatienal system, le le-innert
innert le-innert ano a4vancee! pupih Utr
sons. Morning, ,'eHrntent ana' i
' eveninoi. 4th O Jury venuo.
, TI-J5J No. 10, inJront Auarry
Qualifioal oiano Instructor 11a 11a-hlo,r
hlo,r 11a-hlo,r Muiie Mueation) elasirot
students. Summer menthe only.
CII2.46. i
1lotorcycIes"
FOR SAU: 1942 Harlay David David-tan
tan David-tan metercycle $125.00 Upright
Jian. $125.00, Call Crittekal
'"jo. I H
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Dclh-prs 7-Pcund :C
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' CpLUMBl'A, Mo. -(UPI)-An 11.
year-old bride,' who last year
stirred up a cogtroversy anrJ her
three.day.o'M baby were reported
good condition today at University
of Missouri, hospital.1 j V'
- MrlCharies William' Turned
wiiv was ia years oia wnen sne
married: nearly a year ago; looks
like g well.develoDed. I9.veaV.oIrl
rather than a young 'mother of U
Hospital authorities 'gald Mrs.'
Turner, is the, youngest mother in
tne hospital s history.
Her 20.year.old bus.driver hus
band was arrested July 17 on a
warrant charging he faiselv swore
I his bride-to-be was 15 when they
?ppnea ior a license.
i Audrain County prosecutor Lon
Lewis plater' dropped the charge
wnen ne learned the newly wed
woman1 was pregnant.,
'Then Boone County nroseculine
attorney Scott Wright began prp
ceedinss to have Mrs. Truner rln.
elared a- ward of the court as
a .negieciea cnna, but -..he also
dropped charges.
t The 7-pound 13.3-Ounce baby,
Pamela 'Ann, has blonde -hair and
gray;eyes.
- 'A physician said the birth 'was
not complicated. f ;k
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On sEuix;::.ili:ftcl
' Dr., Mario Ma joli", Italian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to' Panama; has been, in invited
vited invited to lecture at the Panama TI.
niversity on:-the European Cpm-.
mun Marxet on rriaay.
t t r..lj
The lecture ,1s scheduled- to be
held in the auditorium of 1 the uni university.'!'
versity.'!' university.'!' law faculty, beginning it
8 P.M.' tt ' ', v
' s ','t V'1 ''','.
Majoli's lecture is expected' to
analyze the effects of the ecdno.
mic integration o Europe on i the
Latin mericah market ; .and to
compare' the, ECJt with other pro:
jects of a-similar nature. 4 i
The lecture will be open to the
general public -. 1 s

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i"- .irregularities tbaV, occur, involuntarily, from time to time, ;
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WAKTID: Domestic snaio,'
tier a in work Balboa, Cerr, St.
22S4-i. s. :
WANTI3: Iscellent cook ro ro-ference
ference ro-ference reauired 8th Street. Sta.
Isabel No. 9061. Colon. A, v
, WANTED: Experience cook.
small family, do not apply H mat
. ejualified, anal bring references,
geed salary $50.00 far start.
bring room set. Tal. 3-1636
WANTED: Experience cook,
. small family, do not apply if not
qualified, and bring references,
good salary $50,00 for atari. Fa
derice. leyd Ave. D-4-22. ""v
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Of 9 GIs
Unsuccessful :
IBERLIN,-' June 18 UPI)- Ne
gotiations broke down today be
tween U.S. Army tflfticers a.nd f ast
German officials over the release
of nine American servicemen held
by the East German communists.
The nine men have been held
1 11.- J T
uy me neas since June i wnpn
tneir neitcoDter acciaenuiiy cros
sed the. Iron Curtain frontier' and
was forced down in East German
territory. The? Soviet Union dis disclaimed
claimed disclaimed all responsibility-and said
the United staes must- negotiate
directly with the East ? Germans.
But. the latter have attempted to
use such talks as blackmail to ob
tain diplomatic recognition in fact
as a condition lor. release of the
men.'".K- - '.. ';' -r--s-. : "l-" .H'-'-i ;
U. S,f Army negotiators spent S3
minutes this morning -at the' fast
German Foreign Ministry in--East
Berlin. ffJHiW
Afterwards,' a U.S. spokesman
said the talks: were "unsuccessful"
No Further meeting wert sched-
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CHICAGO JUPD Old metals
and modern.; alloys,, the old favor favorite'
ite' favorite' woods: and modern plastics
play decorative roles with .an eye
to the consumer's whims and to
the everyday uses of furniture at
the International, Home Furnish Furnish-inns
inns Furnish-inns Market here. c-ysvw
fewter is used to ornament;
drawer tJullsahd handles Brass
accentuates modern, contemporary
and traditional lines. Copper, ano ano-dii,e(J
dii,e(J ano-dii,e(J aluminum, plastics and lea leather
ther leather gre-used for decorations, -y
But many manufacturers bowed
to the bouse wives' penchant for
change "by providing adaptable or-;
na mentation on their cabhiets,
dressers and wall storage units.-.
; Interchangeable knobs are prov
Vided wUh pewter and brass re reversible
versible reversible back plates. In ( many
styles, the back plates may be
removed entirely; leaving the piece
with- a self-handle, and accents of
the, natural woodgraining "?, '::'
Designer Jack Cartright 'tajed
close .to nature with his charter
group designs. Using walnut ., and
teak,? he brought ; out distinctive
graining by using a boiled cotton cottonseed
seed cottonseed oil finish, His group includes
an over-sized cocktail table in
walnut, topped ; with a teakwoort
chest, c A distinctive occasional
table makes its appearance shap-
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MR. TV. fhsno Panama 2.
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Protect 'Vour heme and proper property
ty property 'against (meet damage.
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Radio, Hi-Fi. On tht spot repair
or your set back In your homo ht
24 hours. All services guaranteed.
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HOME TV REPAIRS Nr
- $5.00 plus ptrtt (local catlt
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WANTED Ono portable typo typo-writer
writer typo-writer Reminoton Rand. Tel.
3156 lalboa.-
WANTED Swadiih-living moiJ
furniture. Phono Panamd 2-2964
in office hourt.
WANTED: Bi-lingual secretary
, with abero average IntelicOnce.
Apply in person, with references
at Curundu Radio TV Shop aftar
six o'clock t.m.V.':? ';-'' -l!
Pa)Jstote
?C.; SAtXt-lttutiful farm in
... ... .
Cerro Aiul, three hectares, fruit
' trees. furnished : two-bedroom
ouso-. For more information call
3-1456,
ed as a half-moon with two p
shaped stools hidden under n
eaVes.'
Cartrieht included reversible
hinet panels which can be fewiii
ed from cane to walnut at
whim of the decorator." And'
used black and white plastics sd
ingly as spotlights for design al
iUUlity He .incorporated a- sm
black plastic square into the d
fee 'table, .design to be used aa
; Boston's Lawrence Peabd
bowed td the needs of young ho
makers raising families in his n
dming room collection. Using
,v ue photographic process
matching plastic with wood gra
ing, Peabody combined scratc!
prooi piastic wim me oiona
finish m his tables. It takes n
pert to spot where the wood e'r,
and the marr-psoof plastic M
begin. :.y-si
A tmirh of Soain entered
market in Sanford Wallack'l "g
nada" 'grouping. Wallack us
white Vinyl marble inserts to cj
trast with the soft brown of t
bleached walnut. The Castilian
cent is highlighted ia the intrici
detail 6f finely carved molding
round the base of each piece, aj
in the striped walnut borders
round thetops.
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? Gbv W POTTEtf shown accepting "the top National Safety Award of; Honor- for the Com-
n&nv-Governrnent from .George H. Roderick, chairman of the Panama Canal Board of Dl
' rectors who1 presented it in behalf of tbe.,National Safety Council at a luncheon held at the
" Tlvoll Guest House. From left to right ar Gen. Glen EEdgerton member of the board of
' directors and former governor of the Canal Zone; Roderick; Potter; ancL.Lt Gen. .Hidgely
'Gaither, USA, commander-in-chief of the-Caribbean Command, '-. z

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hours ending 8 ajn. today, is
prepared by the MeteorologicaJ
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Award Of lienor
Safety Council's
Goes to PC Govt.

The award ; of honor,' the
highest safety, award made by
the A National. Safety Council,
nas oeen earned ior tne sec
ond consecutive year by the
Panama Canal -company-Canal
Zone government for Its out outstanding
standing outstanding record in the reduc
tion' of both accident frequen
cy and .accident severity.
The. award Dlaaue was pre
sented for i the National Safety
Council by- Oeorea H. Roderick,
chairman of the boad of the
Panama Canal Co. to Gov. W.
E. Potter, who accrued It in be
half of the comptihy-govern-
ment at 'a luncheon held last
week at, the Tivoli Guest House.
Also present at the ceremony
were ithree ; other members of
the Panama. Canal board .of di
rectors who were on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, to attend meetings of the
budget and finance; committee.
! The Canal organization has
twice received this top National
Safety Council award, which
was earned both in the calen
dar year of 1956 and .-1957 on
the basis of reduction in both
frequency : and severity rates
over "par' rates prescribed by
the National safety Council.
The "par" rates established for.
this organization are based on
the previous three-year experi experience.
ence. experience. "To win the award for the
calendar, year of 1957, the company-government,
was required
to improve its par rates for ac accident
cident accident frequency by 43 percent
and its accident severity by 30
percent The actual improve improvement
ment improvement was 52 percent hr the fre frequency
quency frequency rate and 48 percent In
the severity ite,
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, While 'the. Award has been
won by the Canal only twice,
tne National saiety council's
second highest award, .the a-
ward of merit, was won" by the
company-government in -1953
and again In 1955. In addition.
several.; bureaus and divisions
have won. Individual awards for
tneir saiety records.,, j.
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French Decision To Evacuate

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TUNIS. June 18 (LTI) The a
ereement between ixance and Tu-
nisia for the evacuation- of French
troops and future negotiations on
the status of the Bizerte naval base
was greeted with jubilation here
today. ', r -v-
President- Hagibr Bourguiba of
Tunisia appeared overjoyed wnea
the anoiincement of the agreement
was made last night. s
' "I have never seen the President
so harnv in my life," one f Bour-
guiba s aides said.A"He looked 10
years younger.-:
; Tunisian political circles also
were nleased. But they made i it
quit clear they- would 4)e ever)
happier when Bizerte itself ,is
evacuated by- the French. '
The French Foreign (mice saw
the agreement was siened in Tunis
by the Tunisian Foreign Ministry
and France Charge O Aiiaires jean
Benard. "''' :
The a ereement followed increas. I
ing .demands by 'Bourguiba that
the French pull their troops out
of the country entirely. ;
France : has maintained the oil.
Uon-doHar Bizerte base and .has
kept some 20,000 troops in the coun.
try under terms oi ine.iaoo xreaiy
grantingTunisian Independence.:
i Sine, latt Ftoruary, wni m
Frtnch -straftd and bombed th
(Tunisian villas of Sakitt Sidl
Youtf, thr hav; bh num.
rout- clashvs btwn Tunisian
and French fores. i "';)'
Recent battles have occurred
around Remads in southern Tu.
nisia and both countries complain,
ed to the United Nations Security
Council.; : ;
ine councu was to meet m
New York" today on the dispute
which grew out of French charges
that Tunisia was openly aiding the
Moslem nationalist rebels in Alge Algeria.
ria. Algeria. 4
The Foreign Office said 7,000
French troops in the Tunisian
countryside will be withdrawn
within four months "And thus will
be available for other tasks.',' ;
Tunisian forces will Immediate.
ly lift their blockades of outlying
Frencn postsrtne announcement
said. y '
As' a result of the agreement
French Ambassador Georges Gorse
can return to Tunisia. He had
beerf recalled last January when
relations between the countries be.
gan to worsen.
Alaskan Statehood
Meets Opposition
From Dixie Demos
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WASHINGTON, (UPI)-, Soutn Soutn-em
em Soutn-em Democrats in the Senate have
served notice "they plan a large
scale attack on the House-passed
bill ; to make Alaska the 49th
state. 1
. Sen. Strom Thurmond (D-SC)
opened the attack when he said
yesterday he doubted that Alaska
was economically capable of as.
suming the responsabilities that go
with statehood.
Southern Democrats also formed
the statehood opposition iq the
House, but were defeated. Some
congressmen from the South op.
pose admission of Alaska "on
grounds Its .congressmen would
side with northern la., makers on
issues vital to the South, such as
civil rights
The statehood bill is exoected
to be considered on, the Senate
floor within the next week or so.
Thurmond noted that Alaska was
not connected physically to the
United States, He said its admis.
sion would "set a precedent for
the admission, of other non-conti.
guous areas,, the customs and
traditions of which toave non.
American roots." K

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Tunisians;

Easing of the Tunisian"" crisis
gave French Premier Charles de
Gaulle more opportunity to con
centrate on the Algerian revolt.
Information Minister Andre Mai
raux announced that De Gaulle;
would return to Algeria for. a,
three-day visit on July 2 "to nor-
malize the situation in a defini definitive
tive definitive manner." .h ;. -.,- V
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De Gaulle made a triumphal tour
o! Algerian cities two weeks ago.
Informed sources said De Gaulle's
new Algerian visit, would include
tourj of the combat zones, where;
French forces were pressing theiri
3-year.qld war against, the reb-1
eis.. .;,;.;.-.v;-,;.., y; J
Malraux indicated, however, that
tne insurgent factions in Algiers,
who .brought De Gaulle's acces-
sion to power .and then expressed
their displeasure over his govern,
ment. Bad not quieted down fully;
He weht' oiit of the' way te ex-
plain that-Gen. Raoul Salan's ap
pointment Monday of JJrig. v Gen,
Jacques MassaU as prefect govern,
or of Algiers was provisional since
prefects could be named only by
the Minister of Interiof in Paris.
Saian.'.iwho took' over as -D!
Gaulle's, delegate generals- for
A' jerla has shown .more incliha;
tiuij to sympathize with;.th msur.
gents than: Pafis, would wish, 1
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' PARIS (UPI) Premier Charles
de Gaulle will, press an, "offens.
ive" to make Frence the world's
fourth producer of atomic weap weap-ons,
ons, weap-ons, sources close to the : govern government.,
ment., government., said today.' ?:"';;r'"f ;f"?;X
f They said plans to expedite
France's-atomic program cot top
priority atj, today's meeting of the
Lie uauue caDinei, wnicn aiso uis uis-cussed
cussed uis-cussed a variety of foreign policy
questions.
; f, !;-'7M-.-; : ,;''; ;.
- The foreign ministry declined
comment on reports that 'De
Gaulle, who said Friday that the
French want a place in the West,
em world "without confining our
selves to it," is preparing te rec
ognize Red China.
Sources close to the government
said De Gaulle, is anxious to en.
hance France's prestige by wui.
ning it a place, in the exclusive
circle of, atomic powers, which
now includes only the United
States, Britain and Russia.
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He is expected to press ahead
with the esearch program al.
ready in progress, which is ex expected
pected expected to culminate in the explo explosion
sion explosion of France's first atomic
hnmh sometime this -vear. and to
demand "full aceess" to U.S. nu
clear secrets. ;,. v-
" The 'demand for nuclear" tnTor tnTor-mation
mation tnTor-mation is expected to be a key
feature of De Gaulle's talks with
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles here next month.;
Issues discussed by the Cabinet
in addition to the atomic question
were beiieved to include: f ;
;-:inPlansfoB:.ineetingS" between
De ', Gaulle and other chiefs of
government. ',
The situation In ; once.French
Lebanon. ,
' The prospect 0 restoring dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic relations with Tunisia ?
t East-West summit talks.
The perennial problem 'of the
Algerian war. r ; y ''
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rresident Eisenhower and other
day nirht.
';"". the very, beginning

posed secret natic negotiations.
iinlons'cluside?0;

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, 'It is un...-stood that one ef the reasons for thl ?i, WtoWflT,(!' nhlldy.
press has not adequately presented the Soviet rZiZn aw. W- 'ec"nff tha. th Wester

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The Russians accented the w
crei aipiomatic,-' taixs reluctantly
na wey reserveo tne right of
publication. ..
Foreign Minister Andrei
myko called in the ambassadors
oi me western, mg three powers
on Monday -and warned them that
itussia intended to make the pro-
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Meanwhile,-the United States is
carefully studying signs the Krein Krein-lin
lin Krein-lin may be stepping up toe Cold
war.-'';- -.
f i So for experts are net sure
Whether. Motcpw bssi hav
taken, another twist in their 119.
ig relations with the West and
now plan a tough new tack. But
number of recant Soviet moves
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Passport Pcciiionl
: WASHINGTON -CUPn Sm
tary of State John Foster Dulles
mdicated yesterday he may as
the Supreme' Court to reconsider
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Tia iecisiun irat passports can"oi
be. withheld from persons refusing
to sign non-Communist oaths.
He mentioned the possibility as
Chairman Francis E. Walter (D.
Pa) declared that his j House
Committcn on' Unamerican Acti.
vvties v.vuld recommeiid legisla legislation
tion legislation to overturn the court's rul.
ing. 'Wa'ter .called the decision
another one of.; the court s err.
ors." r--j; 'r-?
The pnliH; Tillrnt fn A Mniult
that the State Department had no
anthnrity under mesent laws ", to
Withhold i oasinnrfu frnm ci in
wno refused to sign non-Commu.
hist, Wlidavits. It said a citizen
could not be barred, from travel
because of hia beliefs- or associa associations.
tions. associations.
juuues. was-asxea at a news
conference whether the State De.
partment would seek congression.
al action authorizine it to conti.
nue denying passports to persons
whose loyalty it questioned.
He said the department had not
yet had time to study; the court's
decision. But; he said one possibil.
h wou'd be congressional action,
while another would be for the
department to seek a court re.
neanng. r
Dulles also noted that the pass
port regulations overturned by
the court were, put into effect by
the Truman administration and
tnat he merely Inherited them.
Walter said his committee
would recommend, and Congress
probablyc. would; enact, legislation
specifically granting the de-
partment, the authority it wants
He said the group would act
"very promptly to correct" the
Supreme Court's ruling.
, A provision dealing with the
subject is included in a bill which
has been pending before the
House committee since last Au
gust.
REPORT APPOINTMENT
MANILA UPI) High forelen
office sources reported Tuesday
that former Senator Francisco A.
Delgado would be appointe! next
weeK as 5 Filipino ambassador to
Washi'nptnn Tho snnrrt iaiH that
B'rig,.iGen. Carlo?1. Pt Romulo, now
envoy to the United States, would
be assigned to the United Nations.1
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Summit preparatory Hn
of- iht road -toar.i ihm t.i.
have made the experts supicl-
ous. ''.; ;
Secretary of State John Foster
iujies uggesiea yesteroay ne saw
a possible new hard line-in Snvict
dipfomatic maneuvering. He indic indicated
ated indicated the result mavf be a Inns Hn.
lay in arranging an EastWest Sum
mil comerenee, a one is held at
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One ef the most disturbing
sign at sen in Washington i-
Russia's rnwd charg that
Dsp Fcr Sprp's
Vcid-CiAssiioE
; JAKARTA;, Indonesia (UPI)-A
military prosecutor yesterday, de demanded
manded demanded .the death penalty for
three men accused of trying to as.
sassinate President Sukarno with
hand grenades last fall. :
Prosecutor ; MaJ. Surjosediono
asxed a court to-sentence, a fourth
defendant to 25 years imprison-
meni. ;-v v;,.v.:;v ;;. r' (..-.-' :--.;' ;.,
The attack occurred last Nov'.
30 during Sukarno's visit to a
school ; outside J akarta. The at.
tackers hurled' grenades as he
waucea through the schoolyard
filled with spectators. He was not
hurt but a number of bystanders
were woundea.
If the court heeds the prosecu
tor's demands,- it will be the first
time an Indonesian court has im imposed
posed imposed the death penalty.
itie mm m u m penalty was
asked for Yusuf Ismail. 24. a
school ; teachen iwhe was accused
of throwing the first grenade,
Ssadon Bin Mohammed, S4, a stu.
dent, and Tasrif Bin Huseinjf24,
an instructor in typing. -.
Mhe lesser penalty was recom recommended
mended recommended for Mohammad Tasrim.
20, also a typing instructor, be.
cause he did not actually throw
a grenaae. i, ,.
Macmillan Reports
US-British Views
Closely In Accord
LONDON fUPIV-Prim' Minis.
ter Harold Macmillan told 'narlia.
ment yesterday that his itcent
Washington talks with President
Eisenhower showed that the views
oi .tne U., S. and British govern,
ments were '.'closely in accord"
on -most- points. --iii.(.i;;.ifv;?y
: Macmillan, reporting -vto J the
House of Commons, said he. had
some "very full private discus discussions"
sions" discussions" with Eisenhower and Sec.
retary of State John Foster Dul
les. He said object of the talks
was to exchange views rather
than reach specific decisions on
particular, subjects. a ,
"We did discuss ; most oi the
major problems of the day.", the
prime minister added, "and I am
g'ad to say I found most of the
,views of the (rrtish) governmeut
and the Uv S. government were
closely in accord." i
Macmillan, said that any British-;
American v agreement to share
atomic .and defense seccets1 de
pended on? legislation npw before
Concress. .'
Broad questions of how to .in
crease world trade also, were dis.
cussed, he said, with special em
phasis- on providing a. sufficient
basis of credit to finance it.-

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re trying f -'sidetrack--. Sum-
mft eonferane, and Moscow's
demand that fh W k....- ...
end agr te euch a chlefsf. f
government session.
- Dulles said the Soviet' move ii
an apparent stroke "to break off., I
Preparatory work and to move di. i
cayv without preparaUon, into a i
summit meeting:" He said thitf
would mean a 'meeting on theif
terms" with litOe prospect el
significant agreement. ;. .-;. .1
Aimo$t hand-in-hand with the
Russian Summit twist cm s
surprise Soviet effort te threw a
monkey wrench int. ni.nn. j
eientifie meeting in Geneve en k
t,The United States had thought
tD session was au set for July
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mark Monday night.?; r ; J .1
Miss ; von Nardroff, '. a 32-year-old
brunette who quit herijob as
a personnel-of flder .to devote full full-time
time full-time to the ouii show "Twantr
One.'l added $5,500 toi ler pr8a
when her opponent, H erbert
Hulse,-' GoWsboro, -N.C., bahft
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identify several' united States im im-bassadors.,,A
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Brooklyn qyiz whiz was -one point
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Miss Von Nardrolf and Leicester
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worse off financially now ar far
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in debt for about ; $2,000, which
she has borrowed from friends to
meet expenses since she. quit her
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prize money until she quits the
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