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GOVERNOR WILLIAM E. POTTER lias a unanimously voted
Into the canal Zone police Association as an honorary, mem-
ber. At the presentation hH police Association's credentials
, are from left to right: Major R, W. Griffith, chief of police;,
, i Potter: James U Hatcher, president of the Police Association,
" and Cato May, vice-president of the association. Potter is the
, first Governor of the Canal Zone, to be awarded this honor.
1 (UP) -t
trade embargo to North Korea
iJth viPt Nam and Red-ruled
North Viet Nam and Red-ruiea
S VSS furSer gating the
United States in its refusal tfl do
i;.,in0 wiith Asian Communists.
' iie.t ,r-i..a -was announce.'.
jiiuiji.: ..i.r.riiish f-
' 1 & LMA..I; "oiwvii Llovd
liirt fn it r Ambassador John followed up Lloyd's- announcer
WWtnv todeUver a formulj mcnt that trade with Red Chi Chi-HayWtney
HayWtney Chi-HayWtney w ueu dp ,n M bg increased by, a.
' "I-T;.; h. American
pounds of BrWsh MJ
ttnnorted into the Unitea btaiea
; fe'elr without tariff fees -Observers
who saw Whitney
.rPr t Jovd's office expected that
( r. .u. -inniont issu was invuiv
British firm. J
VV; e f o7nr.Traigbt ahead
JK Plans toVlM- Chln- -.f
Traders were waiting only tor
' the issuance of avgovernrnent or-
, der authorizing wen, w
- France, Norway and Denmark.
5 a follow Britain's
:.To Fly iiOrean Vi.:
: TCn soldier left with- her. young
. tixic a mercy flight to
- Z ?bK? o" ber eriticaUy injur-
d husband in- Arkansas.
Mrs. Tae Moon Cherry carnal
' -gently In fcef arms her.one--
' old son, Marvin, who sudden
' Ses, Vnt Dim to a Tokyo army I
v.n;,.i ipriiiT and maae i.
uncertain they would be able
make te trio.-
American Red Cross official f
' corted mother and son to the i
specially chartered by the Arrr y
: for the flight. They took off f'' i
ToWJ t 6:10 p.m. 5:10 a
EDT) aod expected to rec
- rrsncisco at 11 a.m. (3p.m. r . )
I : : ...
' In i t"emoran;um U i
week a( Balboa Heights,
W; E. Potter desipnated Kf
Theriaull acting director rl
Supply sM Employe Sen'"
Ia. Theriatilt is dmi6i?'r
officer for t,e Nrreau.
. He will -t during the a
. of Wilson H. Crook, becaw :
Crook wsj sii-riiied to C
. Hospital iret--;jy morr,;-r
er snfenrf a r-f rral t--rtiace
at t. s garters on .'
li.S C'r i,;'.-.J'!r
f E 1 S' ,.i ;
Tel. la i.ami 2-0975
lead in scrapping the embargo
on some 400 items ranging from
rUbber and chemicals to electric
generators, machinery, railroad
locomotives and "some scientific
instruments." v .
1 The British 'decision wa cer
a i;ut piu-
i in onro. .on
-1'he l nti.ii Hoard
trade with North Korea, North
Viet Nam, Tibet ana tne Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese island of Macao off -the
China coast also -would be
eased. ' .,."- "'-'
These nations, like China, how
will be permitted to buy any
British goods that the Soviet
Union and Eastern European
satellites can purchase.-.
. The British decision, which
broupht expressions of "dUap.
Department, was based in part
on the theory that anything sold
w Kussia ci-iiy couia oe trans
shipped to China
or the other.
"Asiatic Communist nations.
i took a
, Eoth the t public
-land K' nfiii. t China
rri'; al mc v of the British dec!
I ti.i c,i!h vwm Prpslrtnit
hee regim; formal: wisdom of the British deci deci-ed
ed deci-ed the move: sion," he eaid.-However, he add-
m i.nnaon nrea cten a
of trade with Red Chi-
H nnmnnted t.r On v 1 0
'.lars last year In goods
li I 0 KetUm
I I. II
; r Soviet trackl fme Democrats maintain 'the
i f : ..khova said to 'British decision to defy the United
er Nina Pono-ic,.,., n the Ltsuo allowed Amcri-
part in a
Call For End
To Cuba Terror
SANTIAGO. CubarJune (UP)
Church leaders and businessmen
In this 4,cradltf : of revolt" ..caUed
for action today to put anxnd to
"terror and violence" in uuenie
Roman Catholic' Archbishop En-
rlnuii Peres Serantes oraerea
rhnrhpi in Eastern Cuba to insti
tute a dailv hour of Piayer;J f or
mim hvffinniner tomorrow.
i Various civic organizations, in including
cluding including .the Rotary)' and .Lions
clubs, appealed ta iM government
tn rnA th "reeime of terror" it
impiored Eastern Cuba last week
to euro reoer acuviiy.
Thi "amDhibious invasion", of
Mavari a week aso today was the
signal for an upsurge of anti-gov
ernment violence wnicn nas caus caused
ed caused at least 35 deaths 33 of them
in Onente province,
' Stern government' counter, mea measures
sures measures culminated in the creation
yesterday of a. "general opera operations
tions operations command" headed by Presi
dent Fulgencio Batista himself to
crush the rebels once ana tor au.
Col. Ferman, Cowley military
commander in Southeastern Cuba,
announced that Tuesday's clash on
the outskirts of Holguin effective effectively
ly effectively "liquidated" the 27 man rebel
force from Miami that, landed at
Mayari. J. ,.',''' i
Leftwing Seen. Tsui Lorenzo urg urged
ed urged the EOvernmc'irToday to m-nke
n 'pansv.-tures' to rebel leader. Tidel
cagtra and -ousted x President
- Carlo(( pnow .resident of
i negotiate settlement. 4 f r
Weils; Hew Lcok
Al China Trad:
WASHINGTON. June l (UP
CAnoU TYomnrfttis 1 .Air T.vnHnrt
B Johnson (Tex.) caUed today for
tiBWiIodk,, ,t ..'entire Chi-
nese trade situation.
As a result of the British dec!
sirni to boost its trade with Red
i.. k- ..., ii...
. .' ---, t,n
foreign policy problems in t Is
"There are many. -who question
cu "c .''" r
ms with; which we are not coa
Johnson did not spell out "what
the "new look" would entail. But
he presumably meant for it to in in-ehi'ie
ehi'ie in-ehi'ie a (borough review of the U.S.
policy of trying to prevent -many
itrade-hungry U.S. allies from-do
ing more Dusiness wild uiinaiu'
nist China. ; .?
can dipiomscy. bungled badly in
th ficld. ... O '.
nute Commerce Commit
tee has announced it will conduct
an investigation of the entire
Ouestinperf. Sen. Hubert Hum-
r' rey (D-Minn.), a member of the
reign Relations Committee, said
h.s group also should tako up the
rr.stier. .- -.-.'. .
Pattern Of US
By JACK V. FOX
-'.v YORK. June i (UP) tn
lv bartenders are forbidden
x to sell drinks to men who
.- '. f ipporting their families.
In rhigin the law against free
. i ;n liquor is so strict tav---t
cannot even put potato chips,
-. -. -s or popcom ea tbe bar.
I f-.-'vlvania bars must have en en--
- en-- f xd, tables, chairs, silver,
are and cooking utensils on,
- Mn convince an inspector they
. ; I) serve a meal immediate-
: be fljmtr i:ghted. In South
ro should know the time
e aod sunset te buy bot-
for that is when the
-rfs or-f a snd el?e.
t tt fear te at 1
IKDEFEKSEHT JS5yl Xals'3SS ; OJUlr-'
tte people know the Iruth pnd
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 195?
Fresh : Rebel
Stir Fever In
ALGIERS, June 1 (UP)
New renorts of new 1 slauehtftrs
bv Alsreriaa '. rebels after this
week's massacre of 303 Moslem
men and boys In a single village
today brought lnaignauon to a
fever pitch. -
. News of the slaying of 35 more
Moslems by the rebels reached,
here today. '
On the night or way zb-30,
one flay alter tne mssacr ui
the 303 Moslems at Melouza 115
miles southeast of Algiers, reb rebels
els rebels attacked two farms In the
Wagram district 85 miles south southeast
east southeast of Oran and killed, a .total
of 35 laborers.
nrhv killed 27 at;' one farm
nH. l?ht at another, i AH the.
.,ipHms were renorted crotesque
ly mutilated. A total of 20 farm
US Appeals Court
Upholds Jail Term
rrwrrWNATT Jun 1 UP)
Th- Ti s, Court of y Appeals loaay
upheld a one. year, prison term
for lontempt of court againsi eg
regationist John Kasper. ;
Kasper was sentenced by the Fed.
eral District Court in KnoxvOle,
i fn viAiatinc an order pro1
.kim frnm cnntinumE JUS
minims r--..u-i n
activities against ihcmv.. i
white andegro pupils ths Uip
ton, 'ienh .c..w..:- --r
izens Council organlzerwa sen.
la a Aumist b U.S District
Judge Robert L. Taylor. He was
credited with stifring up -jdadent
demonstfations last fall a ( a rj st
court ordered integration at vuo.
ton. v'-v.a'" vr'"J
The New Jersey -native, a form
er Greenwich Village bookseller,
faces a second -trial, on similar
rhareea of contempt. He and 16
other persons charged with cons conspiring
piring conspiring to force Negroes from the
school go on mai arAuoxviu vu
Kasner continued to express tut
defiance of racial mixing even aft-
er his conviction and second arrest
last March on criminal. contempt
Last month, as Clinton High
School graduated its first Negro
senior, Kasper called on "renewed
seeregation. efforts so that by next
fall, Bobby Cain (the -graduate)
will enjoy the further distinction
of being the first, last-and only
Negro ever to graduate from i
Tennessee school." : y, :
: Kasper said it might take arm
ins every white student with
"baseball bats" 1 to prevent Ne
groes from attending their shools.
N Y Student -Jdiled
For Sneakmg Way
Info Race Track
MINEOLA, N.Y., Juife,! (UP)-
A New York University student
was sentenced to 6a days in jail
for sneaking Into Belmont race
track without paying admission.
Police said Robert Davis. 22,
was ejected from the track twice
yesterday and then sneaked in. a
Davis told Judge Samuel Gres-
son, who sentenced him for dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct, that he felt he
should have gotten Into the track
free because he was short-changed i
$12 at a mutuel window.
Liquor Law s
a.nv In New Yerlt City they stay
pen wntil 4 end in Nevada tfeey
O ereund the eUtk. Oklaheme
no Mississippi ere the only two
entirely "dry" states In the ea ea-Hen,
Hen, ea-Hen, but in beth yee can set a 11
yee went te drink. And Missis-
sippi collects e state ta en it.
Tbe pattern of bquor laws across
tbe nation is so varied, contradic contradictory,
tory, contradictory, unobserved and often point pointless
less pointless ss to dizzy a transcontinental
traveler. Tbe Umted fress took a
survey of the 46 states and these
are some of the things discover discovered;
ed; discovered; -. v i
Despite constant "local option"
battles, the country is getting
-wetter" sU the time. Last year
eosse 215 million gallons of spirits
J were sold. per cent ever 1955
land tbe basest year ia history
the country Uey: Abreimn-LUnnl
workers were wounded :
two raids." i
Rebels also burned down '; all
houses and public buildings '- in
the tiny village of Vauban 15
miles east of Orleansvilla on the
road to Algiers. There were no
victims, since, the entire- popula population
tion population deserted the village three
weeks ago. V
Man 5hcf By Wife
PENSACOLA, Fla. (UP)-
Henry Allen Martin,- about 55,
was ; in critical condition today
after being shot three times by
his estranged wife while they
were celebrating their reconcilia
tion, police reported.
Mrs. Martin, also 55, told police
she called off her divorce plans
when her. husband returned to
town and., they .(. celebrated by
stocking up on groceries and stag
ing s drinking bout at their for
mer home. ,
But the more Martin drank the
less- friendly and the more abus
ive he became, she said, reviving
old jealous arguments and. threat threatening
ening threatening to. beat her if he ever bad
cause to be jealous again.' .?
Officers quoted Mrs. Martin ss
saying she went to her bedroom,
got a gun and snot -nim. biuret
times; in the nghL side,, the nsht
jaw amd the"yichtvarm.J.
taken to the -Easambia General
Christians Shortchanging GodA
Billy Graham Tells
NEW YORK (UP) Billy
Graham unleashed an angrx at
tack on religious slackness last
nlo-ht. and unlrl modern Chris
tlans "rob God" of the financial
and spiritual tithes due him.
"God deriniteiy curectea mai
one-tenth shall be mine," : tne
38-vear-old evangelist said in a
aharnlv-worded sermon on the
commandment, "Thou Shalt pot
"Most supposedly good cnris cnris-tlans
tlans cnris-tlans ignore what God slid.
We have abandoned tbe word
,-Hlthe' for 'offering In our
churches but tne way I iook as
it,! a tithe calls for a bare
mlnimam of 10 per cent for
God's work and an offering
should be more.".
Graham delivered his fifteenth
New York crusado sermon In
Madison Square Garden before a
near-capacity crowd of 17,500. m
the audience- were representa
tives of Chicago and Youth for
Christ and 700 persons from the
Boston area who came nere on
a special train sponsored by the
New England Fellowship and
other religious groups. -.
"Many or you uimt you. couia
not possibly be guilty of steal stealing,''
ing,'' stealing,'' Graham said. "Well, I
think differently. All of us today
rob God of the devotion He de
serves, for Instance.?
The fiery revivalist clutched a
paper-backed Bible In his hand.)
rolled it up and thrust It In
eral directions at his audience.
aa thoueh he wielded a sword.
Then he raised the Bible above
his head. and pointed at It.
except 1946 wtiea sales bit 231 mil
uon. .,- .'
Women do not have equality in
the barroom in many' places. A
bill in tbe Washington Legislature
this year to let ladies sit at bars
was soundly beaten. Rhode Island
draws tbe line between bars (sell
food-womea allowed and saloons;
no food -no womea). Chicago pro prohibits
hibits prohibits women sitting alooe at a
The euestien of drinkiog posi posi-ttans,
ttans, posi-ttans, aittine er etandine- is a a-bevt
bevt a-bevt e tesewp. In the station's
capital yew most eit. In its ter tersest
sest tersest city you can stand with feet
en rail. In Utah yew cen't bvy
wtlied drinks but yen cen brief
yeur ewn bettie and bvy mixer.
IIWal But Available
I In South Carolina Uquor in bars
J is iegal but the taverns ia
Shot By French
.TUNIS. June 1 (UP) -. A Trench
aoldier. was badly stabbed in a Tu
nis street today and French troops
throuehout the country wert or
dered to remain in their barracks
following a shooting incident in
which seven Tunisians were killed
and 19 'wounded by rrencn- pul pullets.
lets. pullets. i v.
, ) .' '
Ambne the wounded were Khe
mais Hadieri. Secretary General
of the Foreign Ministry,: and Bejl
Caid Sebsi, a high official of the
Interior Ministry. . v
Hadjeri and Sebsi were touring
refugee camps in the Souk El Ar Ar-ba
ba Ar-ba reaion. close to the Algerian
frontier: when Tunisian National
guards clashed with French troops
at noofl yesterday ;
' The s h o o 1 1 n g started when
French soldiers opened fire at a
Tunisian guards detachment. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State for Information
Bechl Ben Yarned claimed, in a
report. He said the French did not
permit Hadjeri, who received three
serious bullet wounds,; to be im
mediately evacuated to a hospital.
Hadjeri's condition 'was describ
ed early today as extremely ser
ious by doctors who operated on
mm late In the night. Sebsi was
less seriously wounded. ....
'The.. French'-'lffso ;rtJy');bi khI.
a r&v Mered' cm it 1 i
tnere was Bo..Otliciai aaaouoe-
-""God Jiai written yon 66 let letters
ters letters that most of you never
read,", ke said. "Do yon think
God la so stupid that he thinks
yeo're really reading the Bible,
that yoa're really fooling himt
Are yoa a stupid yo think
you can fqt GodT ,?.';
- We rob 3od at : he Lord's
Day. One day is set aside out of
every week not just for rest and
having a good time, like so many
of you think, but for the worship
of God. We've forgotten the
hardness aod discipline of Chris Christian
tian Christian living. We've forgotten God
on His day because it's easier to
sit back with our shoes off and
i Graham said modern Ameri
cans also rob God when they
don't give- Him their talents
and their time "but mainly v we
rob God of ourselves." ;
. Graham said he was "con "convinced
vinced "convinced that everybody here to-
aight. In eluding myself, has
broken every single eommaad eommaad-anent,
anent, eommaad-anent, for. God judges not only
or actions bat the Intent of
, "Your hearts are dead," he
said, "for your souls are separ separated
ated separated from God by your breaking
His law. The glorious Image of
God has been marred by ain.
"God Is the supreme judge of
tne universe ana He is aosoiute
ly Just when all the evidence U
in. But remember God says the!
sev-.waees of sin Is death."
The night's 478 "decisions for
Christ" swelled Graham's total
of conversions to 9,863 since the
' r,rl.,ina ma wut aneA. -Geor
gia prohibits sale of liquor by the
drink but okays wine, la Atlanta,
taverns get "wine pouring licen licenses'
ses' licenses' and pour bourbon instead.
Massekusetts prohibits tbe bsr bsr-tender
tender bsr-tender buying t free drink. .North
Carolina lets a 17-year old drink
if be can prove be is married.
New York hmiu the' amount of
package liquor One person can buy
at one time to a mere 15 gallons.
Ia Idaho,' waitresses esa csrry,
serve sad collect for drinks, but
they mustat mix them unless they
are married to tbe owner.
North Dakota, which just start started
ed started selling firewater to the Indians,
forbids sale of food, with bquor
but permits aa adjoining rest au aura
ra aura nt ao long aa the connecting
la not sa ere uaa tour seen
m WASHINGTON, June' 1 (UP) PresidenHal Pis-,
armament specialist Harold E; Srassen reported plans to
broach a new plan to Russia for slapping restrictions on
nuclear weapons tests. ' i
Informed sources said President Eisenhower worked
out details of the plans with Stassen as part of a "first
step"' disarmament agreement. Disarmament talks pre
sently are going on in London. ': "f
There have been reports that U. 5. proposals also
would include a suggestion that both countries agree to)
notify the other of any large-scale movements of troop
The sources said they believe
Stassen's nuclear weapons plan
was a refinement of the proposal
made bv Eisenhower' and British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
at theu- Bermuda conference in
At the time, the two leaders pro
posed that Russia and the west
exchange observers at -au tuture
atomic weapons tests.. :
past. opposed any' ban- ott testing
of hydrogen or atomic weapons un until
til until the Russians agreed to mu mutual
tual mutual observation program.
There was no indication Just
whst test restrictions or limitations
Stassen ..will propose. But there
were signs he is ready to propose
a new nuclear weapons plan in or
der to test the "good, faith" of
the Soviet negotiators.
To Face LA Charges
"MEXICO CITY, June 1 ftJPU-
Francesca de Scaffa said today
she will not return voluntarily to
Los Angeles to sppear in that ci
ty's Confidential Magazine suit
unless she is guaranteed immunity
The blonde Italian actress, one
of a group of persons indicted on
charges of conspiracy to commit
criminal libel, had said earlier she
would go to Los Angeles' "to face
the people." She reversed her
stand after a telephone conference
with Gerald Rosen, ber Hollywood
attorney. . ..
She indignantly denied the testi
mony of former Confidential edi editor
tor editor Howard Rushmore that she
was paid more than $1,000 a 'story
for servina the maeazine as a tio-
ster on some 30 Hollywood scandal
"It's afl a lie ahe said, "They
are trying to destroy me if Rush-
more's testimony is all they have
against me. I will not so to Los
Angeles. -, .unless they grant me
immunity from prosecution."
P She scoffed at reports that she i r Vntl ki
ho denort4 KT&Kl'?1?'? i p,
cause of Irregularities in ber mar
riage to bullfighter Jaime Bravo.
"They can't deport me," -she.
ssid. "1 am now a Mexican citizen
by virtue of my marriage to a
rHonesl John' Will
Restrict Ko Yemeni
Al Fort Sherman r
Movement en the Fort Sherman
mtlit.n NuflHn. will H f-J
Army Canbbeaa has announced, -i Aff-. y.llnv-Sfnv
Tbe restriction is being imposed'! leT dL-sVOy Qiay
as a precaulionsry safety measnre
while test firine on the -'-Honest'
Joha" rocket Is In procress. How However,
ever, However, the snaia roads. S I and S-s.
te Fort Kaa Lorenzo will be eoeal
during the above period exec p t day yesterday touring tie Fir- e
whea actual firing is being eee-ISide. The Matsoo l.irte vesi fc i
ducted. At this time all traffic; made four stops since sailing 1 t
will be blocked. (New York. Now she is bound f r
There will be to restriction ce Arapulco.
movement to and from Pfia Val- Nortoe and LiZy are ajec'j f r
Slocks Chalk Gj,
Surprise Traders -Dsipilc
' NEW .YORr.-" June 1 fT"l
Rto n-' I l
.!.. ii i.r ...... u x i i
day,; dtsmls widespread auaenu.-
iaos in W all Street where many
took thi day off as part of an un unofficial
official unofficial four-day Memorial holiday.
With the session sandwiched be between
tween between the holiday 'and the usual
Saturday closing, volume slipped A
to 2,050,000 shares, lightest since
April 16, from 2,270,000 on Wednes Wednesday.
Price movement was mors
newsworthy with oil shares and;
selected chemical and drug,
stocks, steels and miscellaneous,
issues adding a point to more
than 2 points despite some late"
profit-taking... ., p,
' The oils snd "steels were In de demand
mand demand in their outlook for hieher
prices. Oil gains, despite consider-!
a Die late paring of prices, rsn to
a point or more in Cities Service.
Continental Oil Seaboard, Texas'
Co., Gulf Oil and Standard of Cal Calif
if Calif ornia. ur-i ,.
Steel improvement ranged !cfose
to 2 points in Lukens with Youngs-
town Sheet snd Tube and Betale-'
hem up almost 'a point. .'- .-r 1
Measured by tbe Dow-Jones iv-' ;:
erages, industrials held a gam of
2.7S points st 504.93, while Trails
dipped .09 to 145.55 and utilities
.10 to T4.03. The 65-stock compos compos-it
it compos-it was up .50 at 175.63. :
Of a total 1,110 issues appearing
od the tape, 512 were higher?- 355
lower, 243 unchanged with 5s new
highs snd 34 new lows.
16-Year-Old Boy H
1 A 16-yesr-old boy from a Gatun
Lake area settlement ore w-e e d
went into the lake to bathe him
A Canal Zone police report states
that Antonio MariseaL a resident
of the Ciri Grande River area left
his home early in the morning yes yesterday
terday yesterday and failed to return.
- Parents and neighboors traced
his footprints which lead from the
house to the lake, and after sev several
eral several diving attempts, the body of
the vouth was recovered la about
20 feet of water.
Artificial respiration failed te re revive
vive revive him. The body was released te
the parents for buriaL -
sst at m
Tie new cruiser Katsoma
Balboa early this mornmg after a
two day visit to the Isthmus.
Some 700 passengers spt fe
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
This week-end I put my time in listening to "Monitor" give
the news from an points ox tne giooe ana uie changes ar not
as great as we triune, we just don't remember, uor instance, a
long-time record on lornadoes is around Hbtt a year, and the most
in we state 01 lowa. xnis year 1 inougnt uiey were an in Ucxaa.
fney are not letting up much and covered most of the State last
nignt, reacuing mj uau tunMOxu, out u&u&x and oi voiui sow
tne worst ot it and tney are still digging out iiood victims, jNew
Xioods nit about ail river oasins that wiu cost more in time.
bince my return nere j. nave never seen prospects so good,
and tne market is aireaoy nooaea witn new produce 01 an iunus.
TKika r.n im nice tnn mur.n truuoie 1 orevine over tne woi'iu.
and it may-come to life any time. Kussla Is itching to -destroy
ttie iree worm, on aitiu vi uuuiioyiiig iierseu. xiiat aisturo aisturo-atace
atace aisturo-atace on Formosa put me in mind oljrtoy Bean and the law west
01 the YCosr Moy xiaa a trial set qn laqjciiung gi a wninese oy
a Mexican, sat up all night with'his law book and next morning
said ne'couian'ii iind anything in tne 'DoOKtnat said it wa
against the law to kill a Chinaman case dlsnnssea. Must nave
thought tne-same in iormosa.
Une 8 o'cIock news says the rains are not over by any means,
only moving down our way. Quite a display of tireworks last
nignt, but very little water. Neighbor traveled around 200 miles
See Crede Calhoun Is back, but haven't seen any of his ink
spattered on the. newsprints. Looking for another from Moe
Lewis, the pioneer of the Sierra Puhto colony. They can write
me cheaper than I can six cents airmail (not any more Ed.)
and it costs me a dine. That's how Uncle Sam treats his people
that want to write down Panama way.
A start was made to raise our letter rate to four cents, but
It didn't suit all and it looks like it died a natural death.
My running gear seems, to be playing out. No good for walk walking
ing walking from the knee down, and can't do walking enough to limber
up. I'll see how things go. until next week..
By VICTOR RIESEL
It now seems certain that Jim
mie Hoffa will succeed Dave Beck
I on the witness chair ia a series
of Senate hearings which will run
right through tne summer into the
early days of 1958.
These will be the famed and im
patiently awaited "New York hear
ings." There is no advance notice
of the second act curtain moments
luch as stirred the national audi
ence as the Senate Select Commit
tee unpeeled Beck's bankroll.; But
from what little word seeps
uiruuun. we senate oroDer are
reported to Dave documentation
and details -sever -before- develop
eu vi aaveniures on mug Mannat;
This second drama
ed curtain time heranx
ber of the cast,' one Johnny Dio,
Was involved in a Federal
pivoting upon the acid burning of
a newsman's eyes.
Die It gragariews gangster
and had many intimates in a aa aa-riet
riet aa-riet sf unions called "papsr lo local"
cal" local" known aa aueK h......
II the effieors were charter
mambara and all the "members"
were apparently littad en the
chartara r-all generals, its army.
New the Smf quinere are free
must alae suestien Jim.
C.Z.J.C AND "C.Z. THINGS"
lt LAHS3 thinks that I am "illogical," "childish,
cause I believe that:
. i i. ffnee the CZJO stated that thev will accent non-U.S.
citizens from the C.Z. and Panama, LAHSS should not feel that
the Panamanian residents are depriving his former classmates
ot a, space in the CZJC.
2. Priority should be given to the students who make the
highest grades, on the competitive exams regardless of where
thev reside: 1
: 3. LAHSS shouldn't presume that all schools in Panama
use the "memorization method. ,, n
Then, I am, fUlogicaVi "childish," etc., hecause I still believe
these Ihlnus. V u
' About, that; blank that sou-asked m
treaty restricted all C&hgi incttiditfj
manian residents, then of course I would
that. Panamanian "resident "Ue restricted
an trentica must, be kent. Now. If the treaty stated that all "C.Z
things" be restricted from the Panamanian residents, would the
CZJC. have offered to allow residents of Panama to enter the
j"? r- t't a lob in the CZ a "C.Z, thlng'7 And what about
. the VJ8. citizens who reside in Panama and would me to at'
tf.ri . Ki.f.uirt- thev not be allowed to attend be
cause they reside in Panama and would be depriving a non-U.8.
ritiKfn in the C.Z. of a chance to enter? ' :
If I am "illogical" and so forth because I feel that a person
should have eaual opportunities regardless or wnere ne resiaes,
thn t wnniri rather be "illoffical" than to be "logical." as some
neranna are. and believe that one person should have better
opportunities than another person because he resides In a cer
. Rinre the vs. government build schools so that only rest
dent of t.he lurisdlction where the school is built may attend,
why do colleges and universities of this nation accept foreign
stuoents wno aren t originally resiaenus oi uie juriouiuuuii vi
Maybe you are right that government-run schools in Pan Panama
ama Panama use the "memorization method." I wouldn't know because
I attended a private school. The Panamanian government oiant
run it, and "memorization method" was not used. As I said be before,
fore, before, I am proud of my school; and I will always be proud of It
because it has given me mucn to oe proua oi.
I didn't memorize the Quotation. There are books of quota'
tinna in tha libraries, and there are also places where they may
be purchased. It's just a matter of knowing there are quota
tions and where to find one if you desire to use it.
Well LAHSS. this is my last letter to you. I have had my
say and that's that You have convinced be of nothing, and
obviously I haven't convinced you of anything either. I Will not
waste any more time repeating the things that I hate said. If
you Wish to continue writing, go ngm aneao. xasyoe auincwiB
else will answer you, but I will not. After aU, I didn't write to
,Lfm8 vth!t the committee
wants to ask the Teamster1 ninth
vice-president about a story inside
labor which goes something like
this. Back in the winter of 1955
group of eastern Teamster lead'
!?wanted et chrters for sev sev-cioloncal
cioloncal sev-cioloncal urs i
charter and then vmi ,T,n
aZlmJFb' Vnd welfare
"s' ooyi went to Jim Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa and asked fur h.i 01
iTi? ??0rt .hs il tnt he obliging
Iy went to via t hi Mhi. i?J:'r
-w ;Uj mi; mme ot Dave Berk
He asked Beck to approve this"
new wave of mnni.m. tZ 7
MimJ it ""i ui auu a-
So Hoffa got on the long distance
WaVh.r 4 "'"D1 Pce in
Men at Work
ly OtlW MARSON
Boar. Coon Quits Liying
By BOB MARK
WASHINGTON The Kremlin
l must be havine a lot of fun watch'
line the antics of the U.S. Senate
I these davs.
Last week the Senate spent al-
I most one whole day harassing and
curtailing the U.S. information A'
gency which combats Russian pro
Simultaneously, tht Kremlin was
doing the following:
1. Staging another world, peace
conference at Colombo, Ceylon
2. Sending mobile exhibits of HH
rosluma victims around India ana
Southeast' Asia to show the. hor
rors of U.S. atomic wars.
3. Preparing for the fithworlo
Youth Festival in Moscow in Ju
ly which big delegations of young
Africans will attend expenses
paid by Moscow.
4. Filling the airwaves w i t h
charges that the USA is prepar
ing for aggressive atomic war, r i
. 5. Spending $125,000,000 on do documentary
cumentary documentary films alone as against
the total U.S. information Duagei
voted bv the Senate of $89,000,000,
I The cut which: the Senate voted
in U.S. information funds was $15,
000,000. A few days later here is
what the Senate voted lor otners
Voted a $30,000 subsidy to give
cheap lunches to benators.
Voted a $100,000,000 indirect sun
sidy to bankers by giving .them
! aovernment deposits interest-free
Voted a .30,000,000 subsidy for
I western miners and mining com
oanies. - v
i Voted various public works
I which will help individual Senators
get re elected but. wont help
wage the cold war against t h e
If the Kremlin isn't laughing, It
just hasn't got a sense of humor
RAZOR VS MEAT-AX
SOUTH PORT, N.C. Old BUIl
Most conscientious economizer in
Congres is Sen. Paul Douglas of
But somehow this remarkable into accenting th. almnl. art ,t e t r-"1".
Kesiah quit Uving the other daysman learned to read while recov-lhim)that there was one county iy?flJrlXtZ
ana died angry ana laugmng. tie ering, and ne reiearned how to and one city in the world. The
was 71 years old when he lost his talk, although he couldn't hear his count v w RrnnxwicV anrt the ri.
Only battle, and he was what we 'own voice. And he had been a ty was Southport. Everything else
cau a war tuuu uuwu ui i u o c vraca. reporter ana wriier in a, was simoiv sticka.
He was a lean pipe smoking,,
brilliant man who put out a paper,
the State Port Pilot, for a whole lot
of years before young Jimmy Har Harper
per Harper came to help him. It came out
every Wednesday. Hurricane Ha
zel notwithstanding, and its mast-
major-league since he was a young
voice was strange to hear.
since he had no modulation con
trols, but his words, while cracked
ana rough on tne edges, were more
than intelligible. He was, of course
an accomplished lip reader, a'
Bill picked up his own entertain
ment checks, and spent his own
money on postage. But he had
us,, j. r irora curuue
uik uccu Kiuuil W WUIK Wlin. x.j i. n
ki. i. .... oeiiaie vuieu vu a i ucr .bciii ui
..o gu. 8 mi wor wun, tnr th- t.aff of
the Secretary of the Treasury who
go who enlisted in the Marine
Corps as a private at the age of
50. Douglas economizes with a ra
zor. not with a meat-ax, Here is
part of his record
"My purpose in rising is to help
keep Secretary Humphrey's hair
from curling," he said, as the
- x-w.mw.. I 'nj.il.' ma i v ... a -. r v. uu . m. ui j : i
n 11 Well 'if iTf f 1 .- -. .i.rW pnei relate "J -uEuvvvuj.au ym-icam
,i -. iu A ri.,e fnllAttrfnai J I.. I .' "it" ""W
irum tne twu jmici unions fn A'., v t'ii-v:T "VT
e.sn1l ak 14-fata 4mtA
At least we became "sincere' amlgos" (as you called it). Its
nice io know thet two people who reside in aiiierent places,
and who think differently can he "sincere amigos. Are you sure
tne tieaty oo.n .e&.nc.v it? Let me make a toast to you "ami "ami-go.''
go.'' "ami-go.'' "May your life on the CZ. be a long and happy one, and
may you never have to live in Panama. If you had to live in
: Panama, you certainly will be unhappy. Then, you might be
planning to attend tne uui; ana u jou nu mj camige resi residence,
dence, residence, I am sure you will change your plana After all, you
wouldn't do something that you don t" believe in, would you? And
you don't ijelieve that Panamanian residents should attend the
' By the way, if you want to call me anymore "nice" names
uch aa "illogical," etc,go right ahead. It wont affect our "sin "sincere"
cere" "sincere" friendship, and... well, here's another quotation, "Facll "Facll-merrta
merrta "Facll-merrta eatara contento v aosecado el que tlene la conciencla Urn-
pia Kempls. This is translated, "One will easily be happy and
peaceful within If his conscience is clear." I am both peaceful
within and happy (and nothing that you may say will change
A Noo-U.S. Citisoa ReaMiaf ia aaeata.
Bark foe'- tha phone as quickly
ulm 1 hMr now keesme the
DlcWn7,r,nh?IJ me m-tter of
c.."...t'?..t WehmenU with
-uacnea. Tttls wa entmirteH
. uie leamsters' national
warehouse niiri.inn .,
Fied upJthe charters ia Wash
SS? "'.vered Uiem to the
Teamo circles in New, York.
head said. "Most of the News All he wrote architecturally a h o u'
of the Time." what he saw going on which was
There was also a very salty col-evervthlng.
umn in the paper called "Not Ex He had one woman in his life i
.1 kt t, n . u ..... '.,. . . ,. .
"V "" ui uieie was uv me uny town 01 souinport in un un-thing
thing un-thing countrified about this coun-1 developed, moasf -hune. rameliia.
try weekly., Its format was r as blooming, swamp ridden, hurri
s-pesterea Brunswick. uounty.
had one big enemr. fhe nm-
Bill JCaiiah had bean atone deaf
since he had. infantile paralysis
r.some vague brain fever when
he was a nipper of He pasted
eut for a year, and when he came
to, the lovely calling sf quail
and the mockingbird's sassy talk
had forever gene, from his ears.
He was deaf, and he might have
across the Cape .Fear River
30 miles away. j. 4
Wilmington was forever; an. af
front to Bill Keziah. If he'd of had
a gun, he'd of shot it destd.
- Old Bill was the greatest Dress
agent for the tiny little salty town
to build a billion dollar ammuni-
that ever was. He had Governors
and Senators in the hollow of hit
hand,' and he. hammered the press
and more sparkling fresh water
rom the county's sprincs and
rivers than anybody ever saw.' He
nade, literally, my old f 0 1 k s'
home village internationally fam famous.
ous. famous. His crowning achievement which
he accomplished almost single
handed, was to get the government
to ouud a billion dollar am muni
uon loading depot at
pose" at Band "Iff 'Sunny Po in t
ihere was some, worry that all
these new people and new money
would absorb the pueblo. But
Southport, like China, absorbs ev everybody,
erybody, everybody, and Sunny Point's Yan
kees joined the Confederates real
There is always one man who
marks a community, snd Bill
A.ezian was mat sort of fellow,
. j 1 1 1 1
a 111.. Tt ai M i
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
This beina tha aenl. .-j t..
. "-"", auu uie
Senate probers being men f ...
quence as well- as tronseauence: the
""ub urn ne 101a through
me questioning of Hoffa. But this
t iivi yei possioie.
nere, too. the eomrnlttea
wan uie outcome nf :
unuviuieni. ins mil nf Jim ut.
ia on charges of attempting to
bribe a government o f f i e 1 a 1 is
scheduled to start June 17. The
subpenas for the prospective Sen.
. I. v . I
aie wiuicsaea are aaica June a.
The Senators, therefore, will hold
on untu after Hoaa trial.
This esse is scheduled to be
heard in a nearby court and the
probers believe that Hoffa might
oe able to claim, with aistifleaUon
under the laws of this home of
the free, and land of the brave,
that his rights were impaired by a
Senate bearing held Just five days
and 500 yards awwy from his own
Furthermore, it is inevitable
that Senate committee counsel,
Robert Kennedy, will he a wit-
nets ia the Hoffa Federal trial. Se
the probers will bold off unlets
Hoffa a dexterous attorney. Ed
Bennett Williams, gets the trial
postponed. Then the Senate com
mJttee will opea Ha inquiry any anyway
way anyway and the Manhattan melo
drama will reach your TV screens.
Walter Winchell In WenYorl;
wanted the budget cut. "There is
no better place to do that than
right in his own office,'.
The Senate, however,' overruled
"I propose cutting $2,000,000
from the 1958 funds requested for
Coast Guard facilities," continued
the nerolctent Tllinni FkAmnnrat i
-Lnl)eaglae'ellovrSentr uM Hot
agree. They preferred to keep
pork in the budget.' Sen. A. Willis
Robertson (D., Va.) protested that
his state needed a-, new 'Coast
Guard lighthouse station. Charles
Potter (R., Mich.) insisted on new
Coast Guard barracks at Sault
Ste. Marie. V
"The Senator from Illinois next
shifted to a hidden subsidy
in the Treasury budget, proposed
that at least $10,000,000 he knocked
point out that he had not known
about the dinner until March oy
which time he had acceptor" two
conflicting engagements in Texas
that he could not break. However,
he purchased one table of ten $100
tickets or $1,000; also helped sell,
with his staff, a total of 230 tickets.
In fairness to Senator Johnson, i.
am delighted to present these
facts .. J,. Irvin Walden. Saraia.
ta, Fla. I have your letter cor correcting
recting correcting my statement that Senat
or matners of Florida refused to
introduce Adlai Stevenson in.Tam.
pa in 1952 unless he was given a
chance during the introduction de de-scribe
scribe de-scribe this as "absolutely untrue
I have a photostat of a letter from.
Senator Smathers June 27. mss t
Hampton Dunn of Tampa, stating
"I offered to introduce Stevenson,
but on condition that I in sire it-
clear that I was not supporting
FEPC at all." According to the
Associated Press, Senator Smath Smathers
ers Smathers went even furthei1 'on'nct 1
1952 by stating that bu tumA k
happy to introduce Stevenson pro-
"u u. -was .permitted to state
that he did not agree with the can-
dldate on ; FEPC. tidelanrl nil
u0Pn M a 'gag rule' in 'the
Senate." The issue "is .'.important
now because of Lyndon Johnson's
idea of making Smather's Demo-
cratic National Chairman.
SOUTH DAKOTAN JlSf ARAB
and his wife were -amazed to find
themselves right in the
Arab upheaval .during the recent
Russian-Egyptian attemnt fQ nuer
young King Hussein of Jordan. -.
McGovern, the first Democrat e e-lected
lected e-lected to high office in Smith n
k?ta w ii1, yars. W8S w the midst
ol a Middle East tour sponsored by
the American Christian Palestina
Committee, and he and Mrs. Mc McGovern
Govern McGovern were among the first A A-mencans
mencans A-mencans to pass directly from Is-'
rael into an Arab muntrv in.
Suez fighting last faU. 7
. They went from Israel to Leba Lebanon
non Lebanon by automohila uith
. waa uv yii 1 LIlJ Uf r
ty, despite the usual Ara h nr.:
ice of banning travelers .. whose
Lnfel01 h,ve been rtaniped 4 in
When the MiRnv'iiian :
- -.. ri,u
Iraq, however, they found it ad-
"" o remove the pages from
their OasSDOrta imnn uliU tL.
W jra. vaaavU UifS .:
Israeli visas had been placed
iiucm-ao consular Officials had
conveniently ttanleH vtr. ......
fore obtaining ; the. IsraeU visss.
Bon Vivo nt Club
Chooses July 3
For Barn Dance
Celebs About Town: G r e e
Garson lighung up the Copacaba
iia ruigsiue wiui uer organKe-nned
tresses and her special brand ot
rainoows. .jaariene melricn pai
ty-caiung Celeste Horn's special'
ues at tue rierre. .Loretta xoung
getting smiles of recognition as
sue makes ner taen rtoc entrance
. .Bill Hokten at ti Morocco
where fiis "class" causes comment
among tne many wno wish they
had iw ..can oanaourg (tne woru-
magician) ouung in laiioy s, bemg
ogiu use orainary ceieoriues,
Ine Duke and Duchess of Man
tnester ia tne Champagne Room
at rerona s. Joe Dissaggio, one
ot tne gems in Monsignoie s dia
mona-siudded crowd. . Jlaruya
Monroe saippmg mmbly oper Ma
dison Avenue puddles trying to
hiae unaer aa oversized raincoat
Sallies In Our Alley: Topic A
at The Little Club was the report
but Konsemnl mignt oivurae in-
grid for a Bombay gaL . I hope
n's not true," observed a listen
er. ."Me, too," said anouer. u-
magine geOmg a stau in tae heart
after all those jabs in the back!
. .Overoeard: "tVnat's Martha
Raye doing in a hospital? she
doesnt have her owa TV skew
anymore 1" .;
BeWnd-the4cenea: Frank Cottei
10 sentenced to au asys ia tae
clink for refusmg to explain "ca "casino
sino "casino figures (for more man $600, $600,-000
000 $600,-000 found ia hi pockets Uie mgut
be was tnot), stow learns tor toe
fust tune how the pouce ot a
pnoto ot the memo. .it was by
the merest accident not tne re result
sult result of any ponce plan. A oetec-
tive, who is also a camera nut.
The "Boa Viva" Social Cltb'ZTr u'.ZT"
those Minox cameras
popular with haxi spies.
w svw wuia ""'"ii tur a mi, m
wmt m waM. mm mnm WJUCT lavBr
smtpices cat Wedaeediy Jdy t, ati
the Castas Visa del Mar, Sea
Fraaekac de la caieta, trota I a aa.
The Boa Vivant Club, eri anized
three years ago, is well knows for
its charitable gestures smong the
Ciuo members are: Jorse Da
Leon, Oemeirto Ettnck, Heriberto
Soley. Dunsua Kix, AJttmont De-
Pass. tMit venuee, eerastem
-nbeU. Jose Keuia, Cecihs Bum
-tneta Siocitir and Victor
- aaoao Jams'! v pl7 for the
same menu, the Charme-
naires look at good at they sing
. .Items that make me won wonder:
der: wonder: June Havoc's press, bureau
says she told them she got $lt
000 for her S-minuts role en the
recent "Mr, B t s a 4 m a y" TV
.Show,. '4 ;
; Bigtown Sidethew: One of t h e
new additions to the- Broadway a-
rena is Geoffrey Ford a School For
Racing nans. at is located in
the Hotel Woodstock on West 43rd
Street. .Opened only a few weeks
ago the classes are small but
growing. .Mr. Ford teaches his
students how to read and analyze
the- Totalizator. .The board that
lights up the prices, odds,' etc at
the tracks. J'. Mr. Ford ssys rac
ing fans should consider only "one
of the first ix choices". . .Be .Because
cause .Because one of the six lowest pric prices
es prices "wins SO per cent of all races"
. .Friday night the class analyzed
the next day's Jamaica card with
! Catt of Charaetert: Ava Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, on location in Mexico likes
service. Has a staff of 14 ser-
vantst .Father O'Connor. One of
the top advisors at The Newport
(R. I.) Jazz Festival. He'a an ex
pert on jazz. .frince Marc 01
Rumania,' adopted son of the for former
mer former Queen of Greece. Good look
ing enough to be a male model
which he wants to be. . "Way
Out West" and "Around The
World" are hit recordings sold ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere M. Todd's "80 Day s"
picture appears. .Owner is the
Thunder Dira rtecoro co. . me
bos of it is Jordon Rcamin, 28,
who borrowed the coin to record
those songs. .A year ago he was
Todd's oflice boy.- r j.
' Meraes sf a SAidrwfMer: Oie Oie-M
M Oie-M Osrs seM hmr HsMysaod
he. Taking s ti& W June
Her, tne termer Mr. Jackie
Ceeaer, H being cewrteel by ten
aty McLaa sf Arthur Murrey's
west eeaet steff. jum S a e r W
sen's (wns-ae husband flatf
Nsrritl snd Dions srbes. Phi,
ty socialite are tha ring the
same glased leek. .Betsy Van,
s chefc at the Case, hat en NBC NBC-TV
TV NBC-TV W. To star m "Tne Rehee Rehee-tent
tent Rehee-tent lye." Tony Martin, the Co Cope
pe Cope star, it pecking ahem ka. Oa
Times Square Circle: The Rex
Harrison-Kay Kendall wedding in
vites will be for a very few close
chums. The bride's only attendant
wiu oe ner mother... Medicos told
Mrs. Mike Todd it will be at least
another six months before tney
remove tne trace. .Frank Sua
tra who flung a hefty lawsuit at
IMA, may cost the msg all the
mat ana rsssion" advertising.
too. .video teiepnooes are aires
ay nere. no puns yet for mass
production. The Phone Co. hesd
oss a working model on his desk.
.French singer with his picture
mtiae. .u s a 11 tue cookie for tne
Mel Bakers. A girt. .They say &.
Davis, Jr is flipping bis millinery
ever aax mooei Aoay illuming. .
Irving Benin (& the other day) it
having the miseries, soother name
for shingles. .The Peter Roberts
(be s the Monitor announcer)
wiu let a judge decide.
Manhattan Movers: The baby
fey peodle getting its first heir
trim In the wtnatoai sf the pet
shap en stt near $7 rh, Bigeest
m w a -cense tr mf n, .The
nidtevn nevelty stsrse diaslay diaslay-lrg
lrg diaslay-lrg the Rev. BHIy Orika m'a
kondeeme Ukenose slsneieW-ef
Prealey's .Meat tewching gn
In Our Town et the N. Y.
Fevnrftirtf Heephel sn f. strfc:
"Heme Far the Little Hsme Hsme-let".
let". Hsme-let". .The St. Merits Hetet's
p'ctreawe aideewaSx cefe at
Jrrh end the Park
Orchid Garden: Ellin Berlin's
book, "Silver platter'?. .. Mauri
Leighton's voc allure at Chateau-
Madrid. .Suzenne Fordhaai's pia piano
no piano wizardry at the Hickory House.
. .Russell Arms' new disc, Lvtn
geline," a follow-up hit to t h i 1
"Cinco Robles"-. .Pancho Carde'
nas' pianotes at LaBarraca. .
Jam James' latest platter, "Sum
mer Love," and Bobby Rand s lat
est lilt, "Talking To Myself About
- Stage Entrance: "Love Me
Tenser," Presley's first film,
cost a little ever $709,000 to
make. It has fretted ebevt $7
million as far Jutt in the U.S.
. .-.That's whet they call "a
goldmine". .The Wm- Worrit
Agency signed Sophie Lore, to
moke an album for RCA-Victor
. .The Sordi's svnch are tch tch-tcMchetting
tcMchetting tch-tcMchetting ebevt en actrets'
ptychiatrist ellegedly trying to
get her to chock her current re re-mence
mence re-mence ecewes he's in love
with her. .It must be true wh,t
they say about Jack Webb aod
Jackie Loughoiy. They made re
secret sf It sf Le Cupiden.
"The amendment which I have
offered would reduce .. a hidden
aubsidy which the Treasury now
pays to the banks by making huge
deposits of public funds without
receiving an interest payment in
return," Dougls declared.'
"The banks are sble to Increase
their earnings approximately $100
million a year bv these interest-
free deposits," said Douglas. .
He demanded that they pay two
per cent. He was overruled.
Douglas next exposed sn esti
mated $185,000,000 in Post Office
subsidies to the railroads, for haul
ing parcel post and surplus bag
gage-car space for mail.
"This." said Douelas. "is a test
of whether powtr and wealth are
going to remain in the sahdle, or
whether government activity is to
De carried on in the interest of the
public who now pay these absurd
nd illegal overcharges through
excessive mail rates or through
Ambassador Ricarde A r I a a of
Panama I appreciate your ad
vice pointing out that the United
Slates did not buy the Panama
Canal Zone, but rather that Pana
ma granted the Canal Zone to the
United States. Thus, you point out,
the United States could not sell or
even lease the Canal Zone for any
purpose other than the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and protection of the canal.
Thankt also for the assurance that
Panama will never be a prey to
Russian propaganda and fall for
Nasserism .. CORRECTION:
rnends of Sen. Ln '. vi Johnson
have snjrrer'ed that I was unfair
to him in reporting that he dchher dchher-ately
ately dchher-ately stayed out of Wsfhi-rmj
during the recent Democratic i .n .n-ner,
ner, .n-ner, thereby boyoUir-g the Tru-msn-5ve-;nn
!rj .f (he Dcmo-
criuc tarty, Ln i n't f r i e n d 1
which made it easv to remnv. ttl
wSf! '1 lrM fMals wouldn't
t th. T!tuthe,,,; TOvioug Visit
to the Jewish nation. 4- t
intense anti CommnnUm A t-.i
high officials; found that the U.S.''
peace action durina the Sue
mg last faU had boosted American (
prestige, in the Ar.h u.. n
v.Bouge ia aeienorattng be
cause we didn't canitii a. h
5 1 m inenasnip to ;
" t -""wise, expiamed McGov? h
. j, - ..... ... ..T.t.i
in Cairo. Mrr.nv.i-n y. ...
hour interview with Egyptian For- -eign
Minister Mahmoud .Fawzi. s
I told Mr. Fawzi th.f h ,1.1--
that concerned our government v
most in the Middle East was the
disagreement between thr Arab
countries and Israel.
"He renlied that ib. i,.k
tries also hope the United States
will resolve ita itimm. .. n.Z
Soviet Union in a peaceful wav
"I then ssid that 1 EnSsEX
gypUan Government would see fit
to recocnize. the .r!,f.. .r
state of Israel and her rigbt to
Fawzi then said that m a a y
In Cairo, McGovern had a 1 1-1
ChTK,eS,,ec.5nize Red China; but
ernment0!,' .? Gov
erament hadn't criticized us for
not recoeniiin rt,. v" Ar
tarn. t.lT f
rr..i 1. wou,a recognize
wuto sue wanu to, not
1 m""ry n
rr If-: ?
Ssundt an fhs Night; at V-i-
no s: On Broadway the t. ;-t;
the Favor the larger the Fcr; t",
-At cafe Chambord: T' e
ly thing money caa"t buy u r-v.
erty". i t Tavera-orKhe (;-'
She reminds me of Kerr-" :
Van stun!". .la Reubea'i: 1 r
ressoa there is lest room at
top thaa on the bottom is that
heavyweigbts always t
more space tbaa hghtwe g
The late Watch: Va! f
r3 get some lint t
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SATURDAY, JUNE I, 1957
'jl "Keystone Stats'
. v ACROSS
I This state's
' occurred t-
;i "Poor i
v this stat
-13 Upright t; ,-.
18 Blunder 1 ',
' 17 Mournful -;
s song ""
i 19 Compass point
20 Fencing r
It, Much oal is
39 It is a great
. JO Poem
SI Angered i
12 Kind v.
33 Lone v. -14
, ST Philadelphia
4 Drinking -,,
' : S Paid attention
, 6 Best
f 7 Lines (ab.)
g Palm leaves
j 9 Cereal grains
1. 10 Sketched ;
" 1J Fall in drops-
13 Book part
SI Bry ophytic
,, 22 False god
" i .,."' flP PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER j ,-:;.'..... ,-., ,. -v. ,v -v- -
24 Italian city
26 Get up i
27 In a line
29 German river
41 Animal J
42 Arm bon
43 Pewter coins
; of Thailand
Thnrniiffhfare 46 Solar disk
38 Essential 47 Bird's hom
' being 49Consum.
89 Near 51 Persian
40 Pause gateway,
44 FaU flower
1 82 Suction ,
' 85 Canadian :
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r- 3 1
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T -1 1 WW- -frrnri
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Weather Expert Cites Grim Figures
On Possible Nuclear' Attack On US
n:;i,3 To Cuba
C:::ycd By FCC
..nnlT T..- 1; (HOI
The Federal -Communications
Commission today cieareo. ine
way for internauonui eievwuii
between rionaa anu luu.
The commission granted .Ameri .American
can .American Telephone and Telegraph Co.
and Florida i Micro Communica
tions, v Inc. autnoruy ,w ues.'
"over-the-nonzon- i v
:.. iinnfh firm nlnn to relay
television programs 18Q -miles be between
tween between Florida and Cuba bymeans
of the "troposperic sca'ter' tech technique.
nique. technique. 1 , .'
"The system permits TV "signals
i. i.n fmm iro tn 300 miles be-
nnvi th horizon without using in-
termediate relay points.
The commission m
j m -j t. Turmiisinn in -June.
X956. to use the troposphere meth-
ori m v iransmuuiis mi'"
telephone calls between loriaa
and Cuba, xne po .. ""vv
across the 'loriaa airan. e-
pected to begin tnis summer.
in today'i action,! the commis
sion modified the original gram
to A.T. and T. to lqciuaa oi c
and-white TV relay, ?
Th1' erant ; to -Florida Micro
black-and-white or color transmis
sion from a siauuu u
T.i,.Fmr Fla to communi
. ...;K nnh0r station it awns
at Mantanzas, Cuba. The company
plans to start, with one-way -tojj
of TV programs' irvm
4. rnhan television o t-
Bliuwua. W 'v"-
lets. Eventually unaer an wtc-
ment with Teiemunao, ope."r i
I V stations in wun,
Cuban TV programs into the unit
Adenauer Calls US Disarmament
Plan Event Of Moral Importance
B0NN, Germany "June 1 (UP)t' Asked when Jie thinks tne prpD- ( up police am a 40-year--Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer, 81, lem of G e r m a n reunification, old barmaid stabbed a Haines
(UP) t Asked when Jie thinks the prob
Florida Man Dead
As Stabbing Ends
, WINTER HAVEN'. "Tl.. June 1
(UP) Police, said a 40-year-
WASHrNGTOK, June; 1 (UP)
The Civil Defense Administration
has been advised that an enemy
presumably Russia soon could
deliver an attack capable of kill kill-,
, kill-, tag $2,000,000 Americana and in injuring
juring injuring 24,000,0000, a government.
: meteorologist testified recently.
Charles Shafer, Weather Bu
reau expert assigned te the, Civ-
. II nlnu AHminUtratiaii. nave
' the grim figures te a special con- L1
tressienal subcommittee stuay stuay-'
' stuay-' ing the effects ef radioactive f all-
He taid the Casualty estimates
assumed an all-out nuclear attack
' with no evacuation If 50 per cent
of the population: could be evacu evacu-.
. evacu-. ated to adquate shelter, he said,
the death toll could be cut to 31, 31,-000,000.
000,000. 31,-000,000. V.'
The population of the Unite d
' States is about 170,000,000.
Shafer, laid .his statistcs w e r e
based 'on theoretical civil defense
; studies of the immediate blast ef-
ttnlm tha Immpdiate local f all
nut that would be caused by a nu
iirar mfi'anons attack centered on
TZrZSt inimlvinO 1il fit H ft.
' Such an attack, he aaaea, iwouia
. Am 1 1 ifU
involve tne use m a uoniuu mm
mi sousl tn 2.500.000.000 tOHS
of TNT. Shafer said the Civil De
fense Administration has been
"i1f0il" .hnt nh in .1 t t lr
would, be "within enemy capabili
ty oy io.r 1 -
' Under comm i 1 1 e e questioning,
the meteorologist declined to say
niifillv whnt.hir Pnsqis ur a
the enemy involved or who had ad
vised tne civil defense on pie ene
my capabilities.-: ..';;V'..v;
Another Weather Bureau mete meteorologist,
orologist, meteorologist, Dr. Lester Machta, testi testified
fied testified that.' recent information dis disclosed
closed disclosed that radioactive particle
thrown into the air by nuclear ex-
tnriav hailed thi United States dis
armament plan as ;"an eveht of
creat moral importance. "i But he
said it might be "one to two
yvaia mwwv t, ..... ...
ence can be held on the related
subject of German reunification.
' The1 West uerman teaaer toia a
Arnmrfprf nai innferenca the Unit
wt .Ctat has. dpmnnstrated at the
U.N. disarmament talks in London
that the free world is ready to do
what it can to ease the cold-war.
rtptaiiK of thp li.5t. disarmament.
nlan have not been revealed, but
wacnincrrnn sources sain u. a. Dele
gate i Harold Stassen is,. ready to
outline a plan oi smau measurea
steps" leading to international
control ot nuclear weapons : pro production.
duction. production. .,,..'.., y i
AHpnaupn paittinned that nego
tiations on a preliminary disarma
ment aereement will be lengthy
Ho inrtirated that President El-
-cpnhnurpr oflvp him it leai;t a car.
iot mitlinp nf tho II S Tilan fflirinp
his Washington- visit earlier this
""The Soviet Union now will pave
to decide whether it wants to con
tinue rearming or whether,, like
the United States and its allies, it
nretera ine social Deuerment vi
its people by1 choosing .. ; a reduc
plosions do 'not fall to" the earth
in ifnrmlv around th world.
This is contrary to wni wo
xne new siausuts tuv".
thna timp a much delayed
fallout from weapons tests has oc
curred in the, nortn temperate la latitudes
titudes latitudes although the; radioactive
nf.fi.l. nun hnt Into the stra-
tosphere in f the -tropical Marshall
islands, ne sam.
Machta told, the committee the
fallout problem i n y o 1 v e a three
kinds of deposit of ; radioactive
material local fallout in the immediate-vicinity
of the explosion,
"atmosnheric" fallout from the
lower atmosphere, and strato
' KH-atftsnherie fallout 1 what was
previously believed to be spread
uniformly around the world. Mach-
t thpnriTpH that ft J 1 Hpnnmtprt
. 11 i il il a
more neavuy in ine norm lerapeu-
ate zones Decauseroi upper air cur
rents tnat swirj owara tne poies.
r By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written lor NEA, Service ;
VA1 : ,.
'. ( EAST
. WIST J
104 a v AJ7S2
' lOt 114)
- rv" f s
f .'. ;
. Both vulnerable
NeHki EaJt SU. West
S N.T Pass .. 4 Pass
N.T. tPaa. Pass Pass
' 'Opening leed Q
stacles are wf
might' be tackled, by a four-power
conference i between the. United
States.t Britain, France and Rus Russia;
sia; Russia; he replied,: "No one can say
".'But if the first itage ,of the;
fii isrmtmnin npEonauons uiuws
that there js a genuine desire for
ikoiflvatinn nr Tfninn.' liicu il nut
be possible to tackle the causes of
r5itv man early today during a
lovers' quarrels ',
- uincers saia Mrs. Myrue sas
was 1 held on suspicion -ft of first
rtocrrpp miirripr fnllnwlnir thp fa
tal stabbing of Louis .. Norman,
48, around a.m. ..
Th aherlffs office said Mrs.
Bass and Norman were riding In
a cor with a f rlprtri Robert An-
tension and one of the greatest of 'derson of Winter Haven, when
these is the division of Germany,, the stabbing occurred. Appar-'
he added. -, Jently, they left Norman's .body
. Adenauer said this "first stage 0n the road and, drove to the
4!Mk4 fptv mnntha.'Or ner ivrlmfAw XJavmn .fMnllj'a atatfrin i.
conclude a preliminary disarma
enauer said this "first stage 0n the road and, drove to
t take "a few months or per-1 winter Haven police station,
longer,"- but -then", added it,. .
it take ''one to two year" to
MoVe To Ancon
Th. nicahiiitv Belief Office -and
the service tracing activities of
the Employment and vtMMiion
Division of the Panama Canal
Company's Personnel Bureau will
begin operations Monday in their
npw nffipps in the former Ancon
US peqpie py cnoosing .. . a reuue-j V,nrtinf :
t on of the arms ouraen ana using .7" ," t form,
the money thereby saved for the. The w Zl?'?
social : relief ot its people,'' i ne tl ",ct:
-ajj i, pseveit Avenue in omooa
"The; American, plan Is great
moral fact. It ,1 a:; proposal of
avBut mnral imnnrtancn for the
world." Now it carj not be sa'id that
the free peoples are hot willing to
piay incir pan: ui icahv ui
nidahilitu Roliof fhpfkS W h I C h
are distributed through the Disabi.
i;t noiiof nffir will be isued
from Building 69 thourhg Tuesday.
Thereafter they win ne oisirioui oisirioui-ed
ed oisirioui-ed from the new office in the form former
er former post office building.
Affect The Heart
Many eases Involving palpita palpitations
tions palpitations are caused by pases .j s
The prectur exerted by itomaeh guen
not only produces nausea and upset
stomach, but il alo harmful (Jn,; llteny
eases. ?.V:.V:' rfi
. After.' eating If 'your stomach feels
sore or there la a feeling of pufflness.
difficulty in breathing and pains around
the region of the heart, it might be
said that stomach 'acids are creating
gases,: which as they rise exert pressure
on the heart. This Is frequently the
cause of difficulty In breathing and
sharp pains which are felt... f
' Whether a person Is young or old
the formation of stomach' -gases is
painful sympton which demands im immediate
mediate immediate and careful attention. .,
To get rlc? ot these gases quickly; to
cleanse the stomach and. neutralize its
acidity, there Is nothing better than
N'eutraeld after each meal or whenever
necessary. '. It .igiveaw practically instant
You will find Neutncld on tale at
all drugstore in powdered form. It
costs', very -little, but be sure yott are
getting the genuine Nentracid. .
i-- i i.awi.'ti K'-aiaa : oaf ,J'.'i'V-ij, j....-
We join in congretutationi en one f 'th liigfi
hours of vur life May if Irwly merit Ike
commencement of life filled with usefulness.
end service. r"'- f ,,f '" 7' 5
"How far would you drive to hear 'The Greatest Story1 ever
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11 :60-L"PEACE WITH GOD"
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,. In a recent Pittsburgh dupll dupll-.
. dupll-. eate fame practically all pairs
landed at four spades with to-
. North would count 24 points
v la high tarda plus Ohe for the
- ) fifth diamond and. open three
. mKramp, South would aro to
; four spadea and North would
pass. -." ...
At most tablea West opened
the ten of diamonds. East ruffed
, and led bade a heart to dummy's
: (ace. Declarer would lead the ace
. Of spades from dummy and run
dummy's diamonds. West would
have to follow on all but the lat
ao 'declarer could discard one
loaer and make his contract.
At one table ihe four of heart?
waa opened. Declarer toot w,e
. ace and tried to get to his own
hand with the Jack of diarr"
East ruffed; led a low heart 13
his partner; ruffed another c-a-'mond
and cashed the ace cf
cluba-'Now the poor er'.a:er
'laid down the spade ace -i
when the klnt failed to Crc?
found himself dowa c f-r a
real bottom score.
One North player who c ' -oualy
wag feelina: e pain O
d that hie partoer wouM
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the diamond tult ran he t
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thi particularly : -leaped
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I wish I could report that ?
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MILK AND TOAST Dairy princess Shari Lewis (left)
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WRECK-LESS, NOT RECKLESS While Colombia is spending millions for new
highways, she is trying to persuade speeders to curb their dangerous driving.
This sign between Bogota and Girardot tells its own story that fast driving and
"one for the road" mean crackups. Accidents have killed 80 persons o-far.
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CLICKS WITH CAMERAMEN Two-year-old Effie Van Wiltenburg started to :t
point her, camera at the scene at New York's Idlewild airport, but photographers '" "v:
tnnlr her nirfiirA RhA fs orii rnut in Vier Vrnm in Vanvniirar VI fonoIi '.-,,,
HIDDEN BEAUTY. SPOT Moss-hung cypress trees line
' the water of well-named Mystic lake at Madison, Fla.
WATER CLOCKWATCHER Modern day clockwatchers
Hrj NOT iH A HURRT-iAlthough he could get there faster ty walking, this lad "h lik to se what kind of clock German workers
prefers to ride a huge tortoise on the Galapagos archipelago in the PaciSe, watched in medieval days. This water clock, Examined
about 500 miles off Ecuador. "A hunting ground for scientific expeditions, islands V airline stewardess Jane Schwartz, is from a collec-
- axe the home for prehistoric-looking animal like the iguana lizards. ton at Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
. Kfi Futures fp-.'"'"
QJJEEN; of the HOME
; : j
Mrs. Clee Malttis, "Mrs. America,' 1957 poses w!;h hwjbon J end their sons.
APRONS will replace
bathing suits when the
grand finals for the "Mrs
America" competition are
held in Fort Lauderdale,
Fla., during the early part
of May, Finalists frci 43
states -i District cf Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia will match their
abihiies in cooking, sewire,
rr.r.r.r-:r. a farr.ily
to-, t'.irg civic caurrs. Un Until
til Until f ur years ago, th t:
phaLiis centered cn ; : . .-cal
cal .-cal beauty, but r.cw h.--.-rr.i':-g
is the l L;: t
year's winner v. .i", I? c c-har.d.
har.d. c-har.d. She, is Mrs. C5 Ma Male
le Male tis, w;:e s-j r r cf
three s:r.s i. : n I". :'
Ore. The rev
erica' viil : : a ; -1
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Mrs. Wonda Jj Jj-".Mrs'.
".Mrs'. Jj-".Mrs'. Amtrice, 1
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- nv-aranrr-award 'J Scout Llewellyn Zent receives acout
, vWmt flowinV-ceremony in which explorer Edward Sua
mother ' di.' tb-r.) Joseph Buarez, explorer Su'arez, Mrs. Suar
handclasp nd congratulations from scoutmaster Wesley t M.
re and young Zent presented miniature Llle-Scout to, their
ez, Llewellyn Zent Sr., Lewellyn' Jr., Mrs. Zent and Kennedy.
.The old Fort Clayton Theater
oiiciauy oecame jmw jiau
last Wednesday night when( for formal
mal formal dedication ceremonies were
held prior to the opening night
performance of the Caribbean
players' "pUthe Spirit.'' t
Col. R.'L. Hill, engineer, U.S.
Army Caribbean, made the ded dedication
ication dedication on behalf of Col. Peter S.
Para nmmnri1ni Affippr TTnrf
Clayton, who was unable 'to at
tend, col tun wag introduced ny
Capt. James H. Boyd, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton post adjutant, t t
Jadwin Hall Is named In mem-
nrv Mf I t. ran VAoar Tarinrin
who, from 1906 to 1911, was
Gen. Goethals' assistant during
i.1 J 4 41 v
for the Panama Canal Co., John
n. usier, cniei 01 me wgt anu
CliBsification Division of the Per-
Annal Aiirflii mnA J Piifna Harrl-
y, chief of press and publications,
are among me returning vacauuu vacauuu-isti
isti vacauuu-isti who sailed yesterday from
New 'York ahnsrd Out SS Ancon of
the Panama Line.
According to the advance pas passenger
senger passenger list, 58 passengers are des destined
tined destined from New York to Cristobal,
and nine from New York to Haiti.
1 The advance passenger list fol follows:
lows: follows: '
Mica TitHt Allan' Erfusrdo Ari-
tizabal; Mr. and Mrs. : Paul A.
Bentz;. Mrs. Alice Bode Mrs. Su-
aan and ann 3 ft ten h B.
Clemmons III; Sigfried- fallen-
naum; Arisuaes isaac remanuez,
Edward M Fetherston; Paul D.
(jiassourn; Aivaro uonzaiei vtara
Hill commented urieny. oniand Thomas w. unmison.
1 l aMS. a -m - mm w .1..r TT
j aa win career, men ne apoxe Mr. ana Mrs. J. nuius naruy
of the Caribbean Players and F, W. Hickey, Mr.andMrs. Ralph
vuu TV W MO UVUI, V J, AAV
79th Army, Band, provided mu-
la . ... ... I
VrtTlrttlrtTI tf 4Va saairairvtnntaaei t
V IXC VVtKIIIVUiCOi VI'
ficlal and Invited guests, U.S. Ar
; Requiem Mass
- A requiem klgh mast will be
held Monday morning at f o' o'clock
clock o'clock for the repose of the soul
of the late Clancy M. George,
who died several yean ago In
New York. -a
L Hu'ls r Aaron Kadoch: Edward
T.: Kirchmier, Jr. ; Hugo Klahre ;
rnest &onn; miss j-dowiu-,
Mr, and Mrs. : John F. McDowell
ana son: iieon j. juviuck, nr. aim
Mrs. John L. Miller; Mr. and Mrs.
Balboa lions Club Scooting Units
rf Cufundu Roeelve Charters :
& i.f if-th rpstnaj" meet
ing of Troop No. 7, recentlyunit
to recognize earned advancements
in the troorana post.
A candlelight cerembny, conduct conducted
ed conducted by Explorer Edward Suarei, op opened
ened opened the meeting. Scoutmaster
Wesley M. Kennedy welcomed the
. parentr and friends, anu introduc introduc-&
& introduc-& the guests and. members ofthe
' Court f Honor.'-''-S.ZJ'- ,i
Representing Canal Zone Council
No. 801,- BSA, F. R, Johnson pre presented
sented presented new charters to the tastite-
' tional representative of the Balboa
lions Club, Joseph A. Wertz. Pack
No, 1, With 46 Cubs -registered;
Troop Not 7, with 54 Scouts reg reg-Se?ed;
Se?ed; reg-Se?ed; and' Post No ;T with 20
' Explorers registered all received
national "cognition for reregister reregistering
ing reregistering of time, and for meeting the
, coals of membership, program,
and advancement, in the "Onward
, for Cod and Country" four, year;
program. : .' '' ''
Wertx accepted the unit charters
on behalf of the Balboa Lions Club,
. ..J nunul vhartpn and S-
IUU iitotu.vw. w
-r. Mn.I and- Post No. 7 COtn-
:... Tha rhartir fnr Pack 7
was presented at regular pack
meeting Friday May 24.
SM Kennedy inducted Explorer
"Edward Suares a senior ; patrol
-leader of Troop 7, replacing Ex Ex-.
. Ex-. plorer Danny Hartley, who was
then inducted as junior assistant
acoutmaster. ' )
. ASM Carl A .Widell presented
one year service pins to the fol-
lowing Scouts and Explorers: M M-liam
liam M-liam Eldredge, Connie J-Huhn,
- Bernardo E. Piaia, William J.' Mil Millar,
lar, Millar, Robert Singleton, Lynn Tread Tread-way,
way, Tread-way, Llewellyn Zent, Ralph Fran Fran-gioni,
gioni, Fran-gioni, Joseph W. 'Peddrick. Roger
' C.Rowe, Jr., Roger Suarei, Rob Robert
ert Robert WideU James Chirieleison,
" Robert. Daniel, Kevin Harold, Sa-
' muel Geise, Edward Suarei, and
Frank Baggott. '
Two-year service pins were pre presented
sented presented to John Barajas, Fred Hud-
t dleston, Frank Reichart, James
' Stevenson, James Metcalf, and Jo-
i 1r Thnwi nsin J r
I T 'I
home;: Samuel Geise, swimming;
Earl Gricgs, art; Kevin Harold,
home rp ms; Danny Hartley, hik
in': Clinics K, Lavallce, swim swimming
ming swimming and cooking Frank Reichart,
hlrtra wpre nresented, and a jnimg and cooking Frank Reichart
v charters were presemeu. -u j William stenhan. cit
court ?na Bn ;T th. hmni T citizenshio
. . .. 1 I
nthe nation; astronomy, scholar
ship, and cooKing; James aieven
mn mncif anrl hnina rpnairs: Ed
ward Suarez, cooking, nature and
insect lue; Joel inompson, jr.
swimming; Robert Widell hiking;
and. ueweiiyn .ent, naiuret
presented by troop chairman,
Charles D. Lavallee to: William
L. Elderege. Jr.; John M. Hinek,
William J. Millar, Robert Single
ton, Michael C. Fulop, Robert wu wu-nam
nam wu-nam Lavallee. Charlie Parker, and
Karl T. Prescott '.
First class cerificates : were
presented by IR Joseph A. Wertz
in Kxntita .Tnhn R. Carnes. Jr.. Fred
Huddleston, and Samuel Geise,
and to Explorer nennem Major.
Post Chairman, W. E. Best, pre pre-ontori
ontori pre-ontori annrentirK exDlore. award
to Kenneth Major, with apprentice
badge, and presentea apprenuce
haripp to Exlorers Asa Barley,
Douglas Fulop, ,' Juan. Vecchione,
and Arthur Aitizer. h
Th Past Exalted Kuier. Lage
1414, BPOB, Thomas H. Mqrphy,
.....nM iho TTiir. Prure Trail
Awards to the following Explorers
and Scouters: ifranx caggou, Asa
Barley, Ted Bembenek, Douglas J.
i'lr, iTol nrion Dannv Hart-
Icy, Edward Keith,, Kenneth Ma-
rsr PHujonl SliarPI. JOSPDH alia-
rpz. Raymond Underwoodi and
from Post No. 7
Richard Words. Explorer from
rost iso. 3, no maa me
with Tost No. "7. also received a
modal ftaW Ijaf rlnstpra for a
second trip were presented to Ad
visor tred liutidieston ana to mvi
Wac1 M Kpnnpriv flintprs for
thirrl trin upta tirpspntpfl tft T,t
plorrrs Henry Barker, Manuel Bo-
rowiec, and i.rnesto treiersnaus;
while cluster Jor a fourth trip was
presented to Tost Committeeman
W. W. Dillon.
' Reeoenition was civen tv ASM
WiHplI tn Smut Joel E. Thomo-
son. Jr. and Ralph Franrioni. for
acnievine iiar acoui ran, ni
A ino tt rnt attendance pin thoueh the scouts had previously
was presented to Charles R. La- received their certi.ricatesat a Dis
trict Court of Honor, they were
jnven the privilree of escorting
4f a T. 9.nt m ho
LAie OOTUl ljirwruj '
Will represent Troop No. 7 at the i their parents before the court and
National J a m b or e e at Valley I of pinning a miniature Star pm on
.Forge, spoke on "Parent Partici- their mothers. M .
nation In Scooting." explaming thp! j-.f Kenneiy awarded Life Scout
jnany ways in which parents conU r ri.ficate to exr'.orpr Edward
hlB their sons arow in citizenship. Suarez, and recc--nit;on was given
through a c tl V e participation in to Mr. and Mrs. tvarez as wed as
. Scouting. ----- - i to
Troop Songs were lead by A?M l.V
Widell, assisted by Scouts CharksjS
R. LavaUee.and James Stevenn. ; r.r.
- The meeting was then rumH e -r
ytt to the president elect, Ba.bea f
Lions Club.-Warren K. Cerhart,
who spoke briefly on the close re 5
lationship between Scouting a n i -Lionism
in their goals'snd i-i-?'
both beinjf haracterired by
-ice and uti7en?htpc and enrr-
the pride cf the Ba'bca Liop. (
in the ponored Unit, de--'7'
the court of hnror -open '
purpose of f-v;rg recogr ....
and Vrs. Zet, whose on.
";'vn Zc-t. ree'vei h;s eer
e'at a I;5r.-t tv.trt of l!on-
h Scon's e'forted V fir pa
Nf. re tie Court, v'-ere re-
t was c;ven t r te r n
si ;-.ere t:'
T -s were v : r
-s. m f-. -i if rs
t 1 eT-v:T
: s n
1 f e
cf t r r
iiciai ana inviiea guests, u.H. Ar Mrs. John L. Miuer; Mr. ana wrs.
rat Caribbean officers and their John D. Mitchusson; Mr. and Mrs.
guests attended the premier per- Harold "Mondragon and son and
formanct pf "Blltha Bplrlt.''. Mr? and Mrs. John C. Nolan. r
I 'John F. Oster, Sr., and son; An Anthony
thony Anthony J. Paretir John J. Pareti;
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Paskow; Rus Russell
sell Russell E. Pier son: Bruce A. Quinn:
Ernest M. Reinhold, Jr.; Miss El-
va itocne; Mr. ana airs, ueorge a.
Snaford; Miss Emilie S c h w a 1 b;
Vranlr P. Smith. Thomaa S. Smith.
James W. Suddaby; M. Gabriel
Tejeira; Eduardo J. Tejeira; Se Se-mnn
mnn Se-mnn Thprlot' Vaaen R. Wende-
hake; and Manuel M. Ycaza. (
-f i..'. "V 1 . ..? 1 ;
ns fan fan
Just add h
t jvater, ,r
MADE' BY THE MAKERS OF
Nestled m i lk ch o c o late bars
Of Special Interest
i fiii ll.
We are pleased to announce the appobtment of
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In their; new site in San Gregorio BIdg., located at Justo
( Aroiemeria Ave. m Pana
Romero S. A; in David arid Chitre.
We off er a complete line of th e famous U. S; ROYALTTRES
. for cars, trucks and buses; also competent service to
- enable you to get the best but of your tires.
fi i '. ...-
We taka this opportunity to exprosa our sincere thankt to
. Panama Auto, S. An for their aervlcea rendered at our
- l dlstrlbutoro for miiy yarav
. ASM r;-i
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COL AND MRS. JOHN P. KAYLOR HONORED
AT RECEPTION AT AMADOR OFFICERS' LUI
Colonel and Mr. John P. Kaylor wet honortJ litlio officer of
Headquarter, U.S. Army Caribbean ndtli.Jrhroal reception,
yesterday at tha Fort Amador Otneeri upon mm.
AraJmateiy 175 tH war. prater at the r.c.ptio. wh eh
' took ptocHt II o'.leek following tha parada hdnoring Col. Kaylor
m hit departure for tha United States, whera he la aehadu led for
' retirement after 30 yeara of aerviea In the, Army. Col. Kaylor h
i T17.TgT Headquarter.. U.S. Army Caribbean ain. hi. arriv.l
in the Canal iorte in Apra, w.
ura Vavlor received guests' in,
a dress of pale blue dotted swiss
with insets of ,white EngU
iH esitaite accessories. With Jtas
she wore a corsage of pink rose
I zinnias decorated the terrace -oti
the club wnere smaii e wa watered
tered watered with silver and cr y s t al
- -wm.kKntiili wer set ud. The bowls
V were surrounded by varigated cro cro-."'
."' cro-."' hnncainvilla. and assorted
J Included among the guest were
h fi.nr and Mrs.- William Ev
I ; Potter, Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Herman
W. Schull, Maj. Oea. and Mcs.
Louis X" Heath,; Bti. r. nd
'innrais ij. jaoiAuiu.
Mrs. Louis V. Higmower, auu u.
aaa Airs- X Jtcly
nt .nil Mn Tfavlnr will leave
t stationed until his retjrment; July
' siToUtwing hisrretirement they
t will travel to Santa Barbara, Cal Cal-iflsrnia,
iflsrnia, Cal-iflsrnia, where Col. Kaylor has
! -fwi Btoctric Company.
i" 'v.1 '.--!. .'.
? f Ikauty Consultant Aboard
J AVUNCA European Flights
'.Vk'PA-C) AVIANCA, Colom Colombian
bian Colombian National Airways, has add-
J1; ed thiemces oi a neauiy
consultant for its deluxe Super Super-J;
J; Super-J; O Constellation flights between
. -Bduth America and Europe
111 Facials and hair set are avail-
- Jhle frea lor the asking by
Tiajsengers shortly before' the
ataJuxury airliner, puts down at
Lisbon, Madrid, Paris or Frank Frankfurt.
furt. Frankfurt. The service has won the
'X Waise of women passengers, ac ac-kfeetding
kfeetding ac-kfeetding to Jorge Saavedra O.,
AVIANCA's Special Bepresenta Bepresenta-.
. Bepresenta-. : ttve for Panama and Central
00 PURE INSTANT COFFEE
h WW 2-0741
Mr Mnu,' V.
Miss Maragem Branham will be
come the bride oi mr. raw juoser
at the' Lutheran Church in Balboa
at s o'clock this evening.
Rey. Robert Oussek and the otb
er of the groom Rev. Charles Mo-
ser wul officiate at tne ceremony,
All friends of the couple are puitit the Berkshire County bio o-d,
vited to attend the wedding.
Mr. Georfe Edman ;
Joins US Embaity Staff
Georee W. Edman has joined
Enthe American Embassy staff as
Public Affairs Officer to .' succeea
HaHfy.S. CaslerjWho. left Panama
Mav 1 for bis no&t at Caracas. Ve
nezuela. .hk capacity as Public
Affairs OfficetMT. Edman wiii
head up the operations of cUSIS of
Mr. Edman has serveaVprevious serveaVprevious-ly
ly serveaVprevious-ly in Denmark, Greece, ? Burma,
Italy and in Washington. nring
the war he was director of Psy-
halneical Warfare Branch fof Al
lied forces Headquarters in iia iia-ly
ly iia-ly and simultaneously' was chair chairman
man chairman al the Allied Publications
Board,: charged with the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for reintroducing a free
nress1 into Italy. At the end of the
waf in Europe he was also direc
tor of the Allied information serv services
ices services in Venezia Giulia (Trieste).
He holds the Medal of Freedom
from the United States ana tne ur ur-der
der ur-der of the British Empire.
Mr. Edman's home is in Pitts
field, Massachusetts. He was one
of the founders of the BerkshireHold Elections
rTanelewood) Music Festival and!
served for many years as cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man of the coordinating commit
tee for this world center of mu music.
sic. music. He is still a member of the
Tan ele wood Advisory Committee.
He is also a trustee of Ithe Berk-i
shire Playhouse, a tummer thea-
ter located Ja -Stockoxittge Massa-
He has been active in
onnanrvstlnn and vari-
oua community, endeayors w
Urn 9:00 mJ W im,
A graduate of the University of
Massachusetts Mr. Edman was
warded the honorary degree of
Doctor of Humane Letters in ,1955
by the university.
A former newsnaDerman. Mr.
F.Hmon worked for newsDapers in
sorinefield and Boston, ftiassacnu-4
Mtta and Albany. N.Y. Frm .1839
to 1947 except for leave or ao-t
un rinrinp tne war. mr. jMunirn
was th managing editor of The
Berkshire Eveouig isagie at rts-
v Mrs. Edman. a eraauaie or.
Smith College at Northampton,
Mass., has eerved asr a uustee t.
th Pittsfield Jeneral Hospita'.
vnhmter nuhlicitv writer for va
rious charitable and educational
nrnipcts. Jih served for a time as
"aTZ :j i iv.
Berkshire Festival was in charge
Dans; ouring vvuriu u,
rfitnr itf the women' page of The
i Berkshire Eagle and served as
president of the ruuoeia wuawr
Mr. ana jars, uarnw Hrc matt matting
ing matting their borne at the Ha t tier.
hnrf nn Sixth Street in Gotf
Heights until Aug. 15 They have
three sons, Talmage. 'associated
with the International Paper Com-
nanv in Chicago: Silas, director
oi peraonnei idt me
JBana iew xoraj at
Brazil and Boss, a muaem bi nmv
vard College. Ross wiU b' arriv
ing June 5 to spend the summer
witij rus parents.
Mr, And Mrs. Carter Orr
Sail Fat State
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter Orf
left today on the Panama Line
A rinmilar courie. the Orrs nave
been feted at many despedidas
Hurins the nast weeks: They plan
to make their home in St. Peters
The Inter-American .Wnfflirt
Club wul hold elections jnonaay.
Tha IAWC office at the Tivoli
Guest House will be open from 9
a.m. to 5 n.m. for 1 members to
register their votes for officer
and board aaemDers.
The officers and board members
will be installed Friday at 12:30 at
the' annual luncheon, which will be
held at Uie Union Club,
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Church of Christ
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' TeUphona a-WM
Service. Sunday JPHW aJB- IliOP.aA
Ll 10 p.m.
-4 QRlSTOBAJU: Anunan aa -'
BIO ABAJt: ouie no. um
Sunday iM n-m v
Aacaa JUrd. A
cot ou aATWii OHcacB ;
Drawer 3Ml lbo
. uvenilill Woratup
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SpamHb Bible School
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riRST BAPTIST CHUBCB
Balboa Helahta, CZ. 4,:
HZ) Ancon Boulevard
Drawei "B Balboa Helcbt
Pbene Balboa 1727
, WUUaai H. Bnbj, Faitae
Uundat School ajn
rfDntiii Trmlnina Onloai .... mM I
evanaeUitle Serviee ........ 130 o a
ays .V:.i...... :W P
0 UA plble Study tture-
daya -wiii 9m
Monda ID month) ......... 10 B
NEST BAPTIST CHURCH
. Maravita Avenue ot 5th Street
Idarsarita. Canal Zone
efre BoU. Paatot
i- eiutni :4a a
..Tr. tt.nr.hln 110 IS
Saptiat Training Union J M pjB.
Prayer aervicee. vant.u.j. i
G-A, R.A, BuntMeau.
Friday ,J0 P
Hua Oauaaiiiiiattaiial raBellarle
Maetlnn). y '. I
THE PACinC DB
Captain St Mr. H. Great
tt rabruan Street, Phone: 3S-S00M -11:00
IKKt bunday School.
740 Salvation Meetia
LA BOCA C.B. ...
Ueotanant Paaay CaaspbeO-
BuUdlng No. 1080, Phonal S-ZKI
11:00 tlullnaaa Matting.; -SflO
fd0 Saivatlon llaatlna.
PAKAJBO, CX v
moy Mi. & L atoaelty
Quliew fueet. ;,.';"'
IM Suiiday BcheoL
11:00 Hollnaa Meeting.
1:00 Sunday School.
IJ0 thlvaUoo UeetiOaV
Captain yatta Taylor
lljM Uohoea MeeUna.
30VOH THIRD STREET
1M SalraUos Moating. (.
UOTiOff CRT. CX
baroy J. OUL
at. Kitta end Jaaaalea Street,
U0 Hoimeaa Maatlng.
J .-00 Suiday School.
1M Salntlon Maatine.
Sanlar I'aM. and Mr. C
14th Btraak Fhone: S8-74S.
a as a
THE ATLANTIC RTOR
Be. Kay Makaty, raatee
t:4i Church Serjoel
11 e Worship Serriee.
1:48 pm Sr. Tooth FeOciershfpw
IM pm Jr. Youth Fellowship.
The Re. Pav EL w. Olaadee.
IM Sunday SehoeL :
gag Xeatt sTatlaaaiaj,
IBB PACIFIC STDB
Balboa ad. at Saa Pahio St.
Phone 8-14S Church Office I4W
g Jt Church School Free bus eanrlea
Pamnaa Dlanaailiai Groun.
IgJg Worship Sarric The Epeaded
arnica for wursary, KifkaersawtoB.
Primary end Junior Dopes
Caurch-tlme Puiaary tor eaOdreD
l-sa Junior-High FaDesranha,
tee PosuHigh Fellowship,
tan lea lilgh FaUewahap,
-. Warn M. Alftaa.
Off.: 8-47 Baa., 4-Ue
Sunday In ihas:
t J8 am Sunday School.
n-4g am Morning Warship.
Official BMetinas aad waas dae
Be. Winiasa IL.
fwt am Morning ryrr and I
Sat pm Sunt 8-a.il.
Id ai t- pyavaaaaMt I
rr rt p, 'nut cmraca
Spaa. Sunday H
T'lt pas. 8anang ilia.
fKoty Cawwx Jai Pcaxtaavt
Bam Se 'aloaak Msahlal
a aw aiaarrtna Serriee aawt Bat;
' Oavefcae f fka mmm Mil
datiae ef PeaK eael Cat. JUpmbIIc f Paaaia, eate welceaM
t fl t lee t mmm mmt mmm mt the imi lanrliaa. mmi ctViSiew
Mliben, rrieadi eed atraaaar.-
A Baklir (ertrice, rba The reaaea Awarirae Nat fcelew, fc
aaewlaeHoai. eeticei mt heaia at erarahip aad etaer faeailai aetivftiee.
JJariasa ata ratafee) trea tiaae ta Maaa. PaaaaalaaHaaa heviaa
airf eae a twa eeaaregetleaa ewe kitted nmm "Otbaa Ckarchaa A4
A eaeciel Hat lag as
' MJohtera. cbavca aaaiatarlea mmi ckeplelaa are eakei ta Wana
tha Mwa alack ia writiag my Wadaeadey aeaa at the lateat at mmt
ctMngaa for Mm eeaaiag Satwrdey's chtwch page.
tLBKUKT.rM METHODIST CBUItUI
Rainbow Oty. CX
" Rev. Saanuai Waldea. Miaiater :
Sunda Bat alee IO. and t:Ik avaa
4uxuy School tut an age at ta am
wTar tarttetkm Ta fTsnriite.
ciuturiieji mcucnui cuuauito
am Caurab at Christ. SeMnttab Anc
- tot Aacon Boulawd.
ittanday ll; WednaadM Sa avam.
' Siasda School M aJB
am charca t Chrm, BcMaataavO
Uth Street Botiyai Uiaww
mw ... auiMMtl 44A a.aa
11 ae aja. waaneenay iw
' amratABrS CaKHBalbea
Sunday II aw T'lHl t-"HI I" a
Hour way aaaaaaaia aa
rfon biturday. S30 to tat.
and 1 :0 to mM p.m. Thursday, aetor
J-trtt frtday: I toSe PJ-. 1
MlracuMue' aieaai ,nou
on Mondays, .M
iCatacniam ciaaar ana, ""
tnga Bcaaa ukbt vaaai
t airun HKARTwAncoa
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Hoiyuay maaaaai (St a.m. and 11
Corrfewion.; eaturday :M to M M
Itli to 8:00 DJ8 Thuraoay oeioro im
2acrea atean vevomna -w w
a nujr. . M
Catecnajai Viaaa sua ia a w
OUR LAOV Ot; PATIMA-Cnraada
Sunday Maaa at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mam ai uM aa,
Contenian: i0 to : ta, on Se
Catecilaaa viaaai bhiiimimv m..v
Sunday Masse at I At and S:1S SJaV
HolyDay Maaa at :M pav
DrubilMi -- . -GO am
Conteationsi Saturday S M ta 4M and
t oo to 1st. !:.'-
Catachaiip uassi ounoay aa,
p.m. i ;
STv yNCETtra raaaaat CRy
Sunday glasses: :00 end M a-aa.
Holy Day Manas: S:M and PJB.
tilt talk as Satis da the Maaaas art
60 and g3t a.m.) ., .
.-.t.. a.iiwiiMASDlA'l!Bt and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdaya bat are firatf
rriday Tso p.m. . w w
Miraculous Medal Havana aad fta.-l,
Uona of the cross; frov r
Catechlan Classt fter mM mmm mm.
Sa&rt Omrni m m TuaWy aa
Thuraday. j;, ;. ;(
-. v 1
w. TTTJresA'S-Ceeon i .r
Sunday Mass: J0 im.
Hoi Day Maas: 8:0a am CM fans
(t 'AO a m. 1 1 1
Catechaaai ClaaM t ta IM aaa, aa
ST, K0SM SAPTWT t IA SAIXS
aiunday Maasas: 830 and SSg am
SlTw ts.. Maaa:' S JO Mon.' Tknam,
Iri. and Sat. lirrt rriymt M a m.
HOIT Way saawaa wjnm m t-
Confeadonai t to 4 JO and t
I aiBrniim eisj ep.arw gy aaai m
"gT, rnira-t aa..
Cotrrart Oeaat Moaday 130 t .
s"ir.irh,.; t so to tat pm
Thunday bsia First MIMl;
Sacred Heart Heeenai pm ea
Sunday Masseat snanoas
Holy Day M ess sin
"corllilo Sattarday iM to M W
ZUl Roy. Wadn-C-F
:1S and Tt pm
Sacred rjean nomaiiMu.;'
Sunday Evening Bervwas 7.W. P
Convert Oaast Jdi pm aa asesKssy
Catechism CUsst Sunday 10:11 am ta
11-48 am IM pm to eno p.m. -"JULTa.-
' JitWi Most Bless-
ri'K sUdaT Rapoaitioa at m
jn. Saturday morning,
rhaa saiurda DavoUona to our laray
at ratima Tha Holy Rossry-4j0t a.m
rtrai Canmunlon Inrtructiooa for ebU.
drao Mondaya and Thursdaya 80
78)0 am .f
MTRACULOUg MTOAL Crfcrtl
Sunday Maaw: 78. tOand lt Msm
Holy Day Maasesi iairt
i:cnfessonst Saturday (M to tt and
TM blttta AXter
iraculooa Medal Ri
)M p m. ea Monday.
Catechism ClaaM After I
Pint Friday arpearoea aO day taaa)
the Scnooi Year.
first baturoay taasss SI aw aas.
mOLt FAMILY OrCTtCft ta
Kinwla I hue im las uw sa.
Pirst Saturday Maasi ..... 8 t am
Weekday Maaaas: tM am
Saturday .., 78 pm to t pm
Pftraculoua Medal "ovena
Holy Day Meases: IM am H pm
Confeaskon ... 88 pm to 48 pm
PaHah Family Rosary and
Berwdletioa IM pm
Que urn Ion Inquiry Oresjp I3t pm
let. rriday Drrtntmm ... tt p
lm Saturday Devetieaa .. 78 p.
Caufaaslrawi IM tag
-00 pm sann-oey.
Catu wasa .iaaa: iw em aa pawi
tat pm a
kour Kami 108 am
hi the Caul Zeava. mmt tke femlael
lacladaa tea larviiaa at Aran peals.
Hal Da Maaa! 140 ajn. :
Conleaaionat tM to ISM pas. ea
Catarhlam Claa 4M e m im MmuUn
wwt ladi or coon couNan.
70 and Sat am.
it IM ia. and
Coritedtona Saturday e I M pm and
Mivv u anraxuiig oewouon.
: Baptiam by oppointmant
Kiraeuioua audal Itovenes t aua
Sacred Heart Moveaai 140 jpja a
Sunday School: SrM n on Sundo
Reliainua Inairtu.,4Mk 4. -..n
Religious Instruction for adutts (Coa
ducted la Spaniahlt IM sua ea Ma
Comrert Inatructlana b ticaMamt
Tee Bt Be . Hohee
The Vary Bar. Mdaert J.
. i v a.y jfc, SMaa ,.- i
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKS
Maaa iMiay Cotnasevdam.
40 a on Santa Communion 14th Sua
.. 1 oay j. ., ....
9:30 a.m. Church School.
1 tstt era Cicuala nmmiaal
1140 em. Morning Prayer end Sermon
i- !- fwV I nmaiiinaT, (rind
7.-00 pro- Availing Prayer and
. WEDNESDAYS r
a JO a tb. Holy rmi.ii.in, j
lag pie Evening Prayer. J
. ' '-"
e.-OO aju Holy Communion, -4'30aa
g:lt) a JBu aaanatna Pn
I? AO M4--da Missionary. Prayera
Church of St Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin.
' 1 Prlaat a flm ., ...
HoJyConjm union j jo IJB
" t laijrar araS .1 1
w uwij wimnmufuoa ana. v
Sunday aach month) '
Morning Prayer m Sermon 1.M a.a.
noiy wommunioB 1st.
Sunday aaeh monthl 1
- COBOSAL v'i
Chapel at The flood Shepherd
The Be. Claraace W. Heyee, l;
- I laa, a. I haraa .....
S:0t gja. MorhTnrf Prdyer.
4H4J. first f rdayach Month.
SL ataaaa'a -rlH..ai
Tha Be. Voha cHeaa Priest In Chara
SUNDAYS t ;
.Choral Eucharist and Jar-
..u. dumw ......... a .tv a).a.
Episcopal Young Churchman S p m.
1 Bvensong and Ssi muii ag.pj
and FRIDAYS f ....
Morning Prayer and ftoty i
Comrounion ...MM IM ta
Evening Prayer 7 M pja
Wamanla Ausiliar. 9nd anal
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Evening Prayer .....a.....
SATURDAYS . ...
Family Eucharist .........
Office tt Compline ........
. V' '. "tA BOCA '
' Bl Patar'a Chorrh
f Km am
40 a m.
The Bev. Jaha graar, Pilaat ta Chart
Morning Piayer and VnurcB
School IM am
Choral Eucharist end Ear.
mon 10-90 am
Holy Baptiam li OS nooe
Bvensona and Address .... Idt e m
ISrd MONDAYS :
r linHllaaai 741 B a.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion, ......... mimmm
' ' PAtO SECO
Chapel ef the Holy Comforter'
Tea. Ia B. Shirley. Frlaat ia Charge
SJO am Hory Conimunioa.
' ' MAROARITA
Cbsmh af a.
t 'Iapav and Bmoa
The Be. J ease a.
am Holy CcmrmmloB
t:4S am Church School -11
M em Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Ca
THURSDAYS end HOLY DAYS
SJ0 em. Holy Communion.
Chanel ad Oax SaviaeaT
g M am Holy Communion.
. The Be. Alias B. Wratt,
. Priest h Chart
..The Rev. Da rid A Osaorae,
. .. Vkaa
.140 am Choral Bochsrlet m
t:Jt am Infant Baptiam.
S.ee TO. Church School.
ihetd B Building 1.11)
e am Youth FaUowshtp
f -ea -aa. Eyenenr.e and Addreas
Ind and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i JO in Woman i Auxuiary an
tee u&d Meeting
St. Pool' 0i
fie U-rad R -". -wi
The Re ftta B. AtweO. I
8t am Boti
a sa a m Muna Eurhanat
M.-4S ess Monaavj Prsyer end UuirO
7 -n n.n
8 .to a m Fty
- at Hory CecnajnitiMa
T-ee aai. Kventna Pravar
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
I M f m Hot
eee a.a Boty
, .. Epteeajea
CoHiaw R P.
Ta Be. Jamaa Peter t
the 8W. iaaary A. Basse, A-
if" t SUNDAYS
) am CotpmunVaa,
I 8 am K arrfr.r. stst..
P-re) am ( -wral VwH.- -. a- f
It am C hureh
mpmEo.eaa lmnr tit
Corafaaanvai ............. -" em. 1
Vaanara 1 r --f y e r 1 M awata 1 a aaaaaan
lfflpa.1' f'imatlaai Clam
1:00 pm Fv....
1:00 a.m. ChP
10:00 a.m. J-ini.i
I-0 pm Cums
g t layer and Msdlta-
r Y r
lm rm.'lnn Class.
!; a and j.eiuUtwa,
Own. ( a j ry. t Vlrria
sue Pry. j a A. I lina
trial u Caaiee
B'me Aurharint ...........70 80
vnur-K, aciiool g:8 a.m
Evenfl'Uif mnd ff.miMI ... -UA a, wm
hour Conununlon. ........ 748 am
PIO A 4 JO
; St. Chiislo- r.r S Church
10th Street, i-hi que Lefevre
.' The Re. 1 ir e W. hayas,
, .-Priest In Lharg
. The Be. Ciarenre A. CragweB,
Ml am HOlT Communion.
7:S0 a.m. Sun Euchariat and St
UaW am Morning trayar end Church
Ut neon Holy Baptism.
t:t p.m. Evenaona and Sermon.
IM pm 1st and Brd. Womsns Amd
ary. ,..,!, ,
8 i p.m. J a n 1 or oeugbtan f the
rung. ; ...
730 pm Youth Fellowship.
S -fill a ra Ham rnllliiillfMnei
IM pm Evening Prayer and Religious
- ' inrtrucuona,
g:08 pm Girir Friendly Society.
1:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
-M am Junior ContirmsUon ciaaa
: 0Lh:i aichrs
XCHURCH OK THE NAZ ARENA v
. Ancon. CZ. r
Mirnatet; Bev. Ehaar 4. MalsaB
Boa 88, Aneon, C.2. Balboa ZBDI
Bunday Schoul. ..M..aV.. ti4$ a.in
Mom ins Worship 10:30 a.m
Youui Seivica 8:44 pm
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pjn
NJ.M.S. Service 7 :00 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... ia pjn
., RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
, Panama P. 23rd Street East
Be. S. ft
Divine Worship ....,... en a.m
Sunday School 1:00 p.m
Sunday Maaaas t. fist UM
uu, atuaii. m- hHinasa
- iEHovAira witnesses
Mfeetlnas Thursdaya at 7 at pm
Sunday at 4:60 Dm.. WlaP fieanariti
dot Balbva Road Balboa. ,
rwi ram op jcsua Christ
Or latter-day SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meeunas In iha LDS Chapel
on Balbo Road. ; ;
Sunday School ...,.. 10 0 am
Sacrament Meeting ..... 8:00 pm
Primary; Monday 1:30 pm
Relief Society: "Tuesday .v.; I M am.
MIA; Wednesday 70 pm
Telephone Balboa 4227. . -. ... M
' Atlantic Braneh '"-. i
Building 100. Schoolhouse Road'Oatun.
t .ajanai vone:,
Sunday School. Sunday .. IM
Sacrammt, rneetlnai JJ'inaay Tlfn In
PrteeiiwioaV wln Ved..' I p.m.
Primary, Wednesoay' ';.. tadaa
siciws aociory. as announces.
Telephone C-atun 364 er. Criitbber fin
CURUTOU PROTESTArTT OTCTtCB
"A WanrJ Eearted Church"
" Miirs K. Lehttg, trhuatsr'
Phoo ea. 81-7U8 Of. A3-BU8) I
Sunday School' ............ 848am
A claai for every age)
Mornini Werchlo ......... 11 its am
Youth FaUowrhtp ... 8:00 pjn.
Seyantna Worahia ........ 70 pm
Pmyer and Praise, (Wed.) 7:00 pjn.
A church bursar k provided tor your
. u cA-nrouc cnuaca ,
. Si. Baphaai 1 se Arcaauuml
' litb be vvaat Ka, 1
ely Cocbartot: Sonnay at am
uesdaaa. a, ailneiiiia and tawradae
SacumaM at lineBoa fHeanna Ser Ser-vl"
vl" Ser-vl" I first Sunday -ed each raontb at
- f-anama SI
. T- D, 4
Morning aevoUo a- tt am
taiiewai 'c Worahia e.. II-"
Siinnas bckoal at 4 am
Utvine Service w I. M
84 ItiSt Jet
vyhanHaetoa Ft Cafme- Panea-8 Oty
iliMrmal aaia ant Darn-lona
Xhur. 'va am
t ..., tie mm Mrara (
. .trs Aawe Basea)
BtPdf t.aaa..'iurader. lat Ja
ra T907t CfTTPfaJ
1H hu JP.nilaa, CI
Via.) It e-aa"t, Paaaar
g,moay U em Worship Serrso
I p m. Sunday Srhooi.
7 it is, Genel fauna
s irt.y: I -se youp Peaptra ''
ermaayi 18 lud-waah Chrisuae
T"nroayt t) CtieAr H'limat
triusrt I9t Women's jaieuoaery Sa-
TPR CT'VP'TI OP Cmr
U8 Hr- r toiA
Rev. G. w. ( iuum.
mday S-hoJ em
v.aming worship .......a.... 7S s m
N4M oerrtca Iji pm
- -' nT rt-. i tKt
Co. J.m.ir and Trm.e P8V
g.y. U. l inuMS f
wnmir i -t. p i e m
"wi; t .... I
it42a AerrH ...... ....... I pm
t" t r" -- r-p tea
.B4e t. r
S1 'i was I . .r.. a s a m. I
i. ............... 8- p-aa.
I v. I a t i 5
' I !2 J ri-a Wewere ahw-J PVi twJ-B La
-a a arv ...... ,.... i i a iiot aja.oaev C ,S Asbat ttofhsai
1 n Lirane.
C--r r- "'3 ft Fnaap. tat am gaMrday,
- t i ia. pa :
r -... i - -
f . i re aaaa PettoeP eg Jaatah esarvtaea
l" i ';- twaas. aVaaes 4 t Swnarai.
e r.rT tw'aBst rWa)irf Eada' Vsto
4 .4iat Ot tw waaa 88 em
. i ." r
r -- I
, ... MM-.,yM ..'
, ,', -"rvrt itTfra(i,
'' ..... r- -a4 t--t
' "" f Paaaag
lu, I a.eea.
. etaea tee em
, t t
Pcsls end Dos
l rinric tnu
(.: Protestant' ''
FORT AMADOB ,j 4
ruuoij v:iiwi ..... .,.f0 j
Kioming Worship ....... ..(... 1000
Church-time Nursery School... J0:0g
FORT CtAYTOR w
Sunday School tuUding No,
Morning Worship .............. 10:31
Thuraday .Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fallow (hip Sunday 8:08
FORT KOBBE '.',,.
Sunday School ................ t:0t
Mornmg Worship ............. 10:30
Evening YVorship 7.-00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato .... 8:1S
Christian Youth Fellovmhip ..., 8:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thura." ,.l 7:08
Officer Christian Union Thur. 1:01
ALBROOX AIR TOHCR BASE
tmnday School .............. .. :aa
Adult Bible Class NCO Club).. t:S
Morning Worship ...... 18 A 10:4$
.Youth feUowabip vSSB)
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman "
Sunday S'hooi ................. :as
Morning Worship 11:01
Holy Communion First Sunday
rf Month!; f
ISth NO HrADQUARTTRS CHAPEL
anornmg worship .............. ssae
(Holy Communioa First Sunday
of Month). 1 : i. i
Naval Radio Station, Summit..
' fath.Ha V A'
FORT AMADOB :'-S
Dally Mas ... ......L.,.. ...... :
Sunday Meases ........ 7:00 A t:3
Confaafdona, aturday ...8:30 A I'M
Sunday ............... 1:00 I M
fORT CLAYTON k-
Ualiy Mas ...... w
Sunday Ma ....... ...US aV 1 :0t
Conieuion Saturosy 8.30 A 1:01
FORT, KOBBE ' "
Daily Met ...".. ....w..,M-:i
Saturday Msnea ...,... '1.00
Sunday Mas 4 00 11.45
Monday Norena Devotien .... 71
Pccasiona Saturday 8:00 A 120,
I. f V.i-1 u .'!
COROZAL T : -r
Sunday Msat ..........y.,.,.. u
ELBROOK. ATB FOHCS BASS.
Daily Meat S,B"
Setorday Maaa :W ;
Sunday Masaee T: A 12:0
Spanish .................... ..,
Novene Services-Tuesday ..'.,. :0I
U.S.' NATAL STATION.
Sunday hta ........,.....,.
FORT KOBBE -V
Saturday ...V. Jt ....a.aaa..4 ao
CSO-JWB. aVUhea ,,!,
ALTmOOK AIR FORCB BASS
Aaturdsy ................... .-
:. ? x ATtAltWCaflDS.
FORT DAVTS -V
T n . t .. a.. a.aa
sunoay ocnooi--4oioa :. ae- w--vw
Morning Worship- 10 JO
Prayer Fellewshlp Bldg. 253
KYBB Wadnea day Post Chapel 8:30
-haar -Piau-Ur-. Wadnasday r-m .1
Post Chapel '.Manu.MiMMti t'-
PORT CutrC! I Sit ,. ,luJ J "W -'
Sundey School m.
MorninK Worship lt:4S
Youth Fenowship, Sunday ,.' :30 ...
Bible Study, Wedneedsy J
taidtaa Chapel Guild, 1st Thura. (Idt
U. NATAL STATION. Coca Soto .& ;
entnoay acnooi .................
Atoning warenro ........... n. safV
oly. Ccenrnunion. ytrat atpway
Aiuidav Mass ,...? ....
Cent seal ana: Saturday ......... 8:00
ndsy i,Ml.ri..,i,,.iin..i j"
fort cmuae '..'lr: i'L'
Daily Maaa :uo
Baturdar Maaa 7:00
unday -Maasss T A 10S
restlona, aarurosy x.. e:u a iva
S. NAVAL STATKrN, Ceae Sola' ; '
Deilr Maaa esj
Saturday .Mas .T.. ............. 8vOT
Sunday Maaa w,mhim,w ......
emnaay ataa ...,.a.
Creek OrThodoat arlcea are euhdueta.
at the Chore af tha Anurwlatien,
Via BeUaaria Porraa, San rranciao oe
la Caleta, Paauand City. BP. and at
tha Church of St Anthony, 7 A yen Ida :
Meteadaa, Ceton, RP. eat altenurM Sun Sundays
days Sundays at l-Ja. Per farther- inlui i tlen.
u the Cfftoa at the Aim vhapiam.
' .'; ;..?' ;
SATURDATt ' -fiabbath
Scheat tt 8m ; 't
txvrne Service 11 am t.
Vouth Meetmg 4M am
W ednasday Bible Stady atsl
S't'PJC'at ? ewW JaW
Paci ie Ptde Pesaiaad A BatVae tttraat
Pmt W. PL. altarTat. IM
Cats Vara. Ave. J- F. da it Oea Be.
Chorrlue asm no. as
Paeftie Hueia 4VA St. getweaa M
and eta ta. . j t-.
fcaihna Chepat ewat OavBaa BE. Ma
naa iimTnwy emlyl. .. j
SneniMa Charehes PaaaM Pag
( ruinbnla Dtatrtet -.
r.or ue aura ' r-'
Paneam Call oartea faa.
Criatooal lvh A Bolivar A- .
Camboe A in!.
rHnr' Parvw A A 4anaB
i.t. he. aW4 -
Crmane Preh Pararway Frtjoaes.
.M.n yotaa aad
i r.(imal I .ll h.1 v c
Nabaait Tel. ttwtg
Cdni prd t A Central Asa. CllM
81 A Pii Ave. . 1
Cnttral atueei evuaw a
J.J t TV. i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1957
Social and Otherwise
' Graduation Party t ;
' Mlu Barm :
Miss Ines Garm, daughter
f Mr .nrf Mrs. Gontay Alberto
','vi hiahact hnnnrs from St. Ma
: rv'a Aeadnmv.on Saturday. May
-.Mrir awarded ""
s cmM moHnis the Medal ; donated
: by the Academy for having made
the highest average in Conduct
, i .ml Krhnlarshin in both Junior
xiirth and th Exoert
: Greet 'Medal tor havmg passed
v the 175-word expert test to snon-
To li:n Ollitcs
record at St.
To celebrate tliiar event a grad-
nation party attended by mure
than Z'O guests was held in her
honor last Saturday at the Chinese
A nr.' Teodoro : Av Ariasv recently
elected governor bf District D of
Lions International, Jjaa a m e d
.Theodore' J. Wilber ;of the Balboa
Lions -Club to hi district staff a
$ This appointment v has r protocol
v rank with that of region vice gov-
ernor end district Secretary trea treasurer,
surer, treasurer, ''
P Wilber waa the recipient of medi-
' mmrarrtm Inr thft heatLlon SeC'l
retary f the Panama region, end T-i-v ,' T AffiVM
f.ubae5uetly?D CH3 UlliCM
T.n recent. jjiouh;i. r
Etch notice for Inciasioa In this
column' should ho submitted ist
tyoe-writrea foMi oad mnd eo
tho boa umber listed daily la 1e 1e-al
al 1e-al and Otherwise," or delivered
by bead lo the etfke. Notices el
muting cannot, be eeeooted by
LtCarvvn H. Mourhblow .k
Memorial Auxiliary ...
The rpctiiiar business meeting of
the Lt. Garvyn H. U a a n b 1 o w
Memorial Auxiliary to Port Jio.
3876. V.F.W. will be held Monday
evening at 9:30 in tLe Post Home.
During ..the months of June, July
and Aueust. .only one business
AT UNION CLUB A diatinguiihod rov Is show at the rocoptlon flivon at tho Union Club by the Argentine Ambanador to commemorato the
: f7th MnrvoMary of May 25. From t. .to r. tho Unittd Statos Ambassador Julian Fisko Harrington, tho Minister of Foreign Relations Aquiline
Boyd. Mm. Boyd, Mas. William I. Pottor, Governor of tho Canal Zone William L Potter and tho Argentine Ambassador Samuel AHparini A-i
I i ... .if l.i i WP.,(i.itnii;i. HI j j I'M; I " I "" '".it.".."'' iiIi.iiiihl .in i I
TctbacI($' fio Longer Cause
Problem! For Mexico Or US
MEXICO CITY. June
The wetback" problem
meetmg month wiH be held 0 longep t majw l8Sue relations
tho fir&r Mnndav of the montn. A1l. u..ik.u.j c4a r.nil
members are requesieu w mu.
-' hrfd in Panama City early May,
In another appointment, : gover
f nor .t elect Ariaa named Tomas
Paredes ef the Panama Lions Club
'- -as his district aecretary tee""?-
, r. Paredes. ia connected wiw mtvu mtvu-Jlex
Jlex mtvu-Jlex (Pellculas Mejicanas) in Pa-
, nama City. He travels throughout
" the District ''Df .erea embracing
'. Nicaragua: Honduras, Guatemala,
? .Ctoata Rica,- El Salvador, and Pa-
f nama; m w
' hundredsi of laom ia those1 xoun xoun-!
! xoun-! tries?- -.t.
' Aa district aecretarjr treasur treasur-,
, treasur-, er,NParede wilI mamtaia U or-
' jespondence and ananc ai. recoru.
- of the SO-edd Lion Clubs, wth a
- total mfmbershipt vrrf,ow.
i f lM.uMni) annmntment to
t' menW f the Balboa Liona aub,
whim u vnndv. former Presi
dent :uf- the Club, was named t
' 'Chairman of Zone No. by Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i 'nt region vice governor Jonn H.
. T1...J T PViitr.
' KenniS liown the PacUic
aide or his outstanding .work, m
v various Lions elub- pteitions per-,
'ticnlarly n the Boy Scout field.mj
which he is considered one of Jhe
finest Scoutmasters on the Partite
M ide. TUU ?Vwr til
girls committee of the Balboa Lt
ens Club, has been-ona ot,en-
-mHv'm .moat. widely known sue-
N wASHlKGTOrJ. W) M In Inquest
quest Inquest was acheduled today mto the
death, of a newlywed Vwce of A A-jnericai
jnericai A-jnericai announcer whoea aocialite
ea-flancee confessed shooting him
aix times Thursday ia her awank
Edith Louisa Hough, 42, a free
lance, jrciterr d'
Druinn::r.3 Up Trcdo
TnMT! .! June'l (UP) -Joa
. v v 1 J j. U
guui r ranco wr., rroaiuem m
Rn.rd nf Directors oi me
7nn of-Colon. Panama, arrived
here today, on a tour of European
Accompanied by Panama Am Am-bassador
bassador Am-bassador to Italy, Rafael Va Va-llariao,
llariao, Va-llariao, .Franca visited the Bead Bead-quarters
quarters Bead-quarters of the Kalian Confedera Confederation
tion Confederation of Indnatry eThere he confer conferred,
red, conferred, with top flight official.
-e Tjomted out the-" advantage
which Italian exporter would ben
efit by shipping their g ooae w
South America and the United
Statervia.the rree,2one fo Colon..
.:'...'.''-.; ;-r, -Mi-r-i "'.'X 't
Franco also informed the Italian
officials that special preferential
treatment will be reserved to those
exporters wbo will make use of
the Free Zone for their future ship
ments. rfcj VI ayi V
llVtf. AiJlaStllwill ;v
" WASHINGJON,' June t UP) ? ?-President
President ?-President Eisenhower 'a aon, Ma.
John Eisenhower, is being trans
ferred from Ft. Belvoir. Va.. to
staff .duty at the Pentagon, it was
announced today.. ; :
'.' M ..
The Army aaid young Eisenhow
er would be attached to the office
of the demity chief of staff for
operations, effective July 20. Hi
sDecific assignment will be an
nounced later. ,- r ', ,, ;
lie, became 'psychologically
crauivo. . v
- Polka said Abdusheli, 44, went
to Uiaa Mouch'a aoartment to ex
"ress condolences on the death last
Sundav f her father. Dr. William
. Hite Hough a prominent neurolo
gist' at- xeLana, ia and lormer
president of the District of Colum-
Jk bia Medical Society.
1 MUs- Hough, who aaid aha met
t Abdushlei when ahe nave him
"' i:ngliah lessons, told poice she did
not want to -"get invovea" witn
him but agreed to let him visit
- She aaid aha ahot aim after he
became "somewhat aggresive."
But it was ""psychological ag aggressiveness,
gressiveness, aggressiveness, not phyiical," the
Police found nis bullet -punctur-'
ed body iprawled -aero a couch.
She aaid ahe ..fired six times and
then that him in the head after he
Started groaning "to pot him oat
ef hie vtioery." '. -I
couldn't stand to see him uf-
fcring.f she aid. (
Abdusheli had lived at the same
v-apartment building as Miss Hough
antil hia marriage lea than three
a- week age to the former Irene E E-ristoff
ristoff E-ristoff in Jlighland Falls, W.Y.
. Police aaid Mis Hough told
them she had once been engaged
to Abdusheli but discovered a year
'0 he wa interested in someone
''sc." 'She aaid the had not seen
-n in Some time but "sad heard
-7 a lnIried.,
Mexico, an official of the Interior
Ministry saidt day. i
'"The nroblem created for' the
governments' of Mexico and the
United States by the iDegal ami ami-rration
rration ami-rration of Mexican braceros sea
sonal workers) to work on Ameri
can farms, particularly in Texai,
has ceased to exist. said the
ministry' exeucitve secretary Gus
tavo Diaz Ordax. 1 -' v
r UNITED PRESS
- CHICAGO National Safety
Council President Ned H. Dear
born reports: the i "Memorial Day
fatality rate ran lower than pre
dicted: ... v i
,rwe' Vevery grateful- that we
Peter F. Mack Jr., (D-Ill.), calling
"we aireaay are -capaoie oi oe
vastatinc one onarter- of the aw-
face of the earth in A matter of
few hours." , '
NEW YORK-VlttorJo' Baratferi,
14. aon of- the ltahan consul to
Chicago, v ;on why.he xaa away
from home six; weeks ago; '? ..
"I wanted, afltna-eacitemetK ano
thought it,Pwonld provide .,
wth. some eifcassuraace and ma
turitv." -i'vi s.
ROME Stefan Cardinal : Wi
He added that only a" few
nontha ago the repatriation of
m vexican wetbacks by American
autnonues wa to the hundreds,
Thia future ha been- reduc-d
to a doxen or so illeeal workers
wno are returned through Juarez,
and a email number through La.
redoV Dial, eaidV-
; Referring to; reports tnaf Mexl-"
can bracer oa are lowering -want
scales tor farmhands in the Unit United
ed United State, the official aaid ft. I
"American farmers," he said,
r reqmrea to pay. mmimum
wage; Those who hire, braceros
illegally are aubject to h a a y y
mes and even jail sentences."'
uiaz uraaz said that so far this
year some izo.ooo legaUy hired
Mexican braceros have ;nn tn
me unnea states to work in A
merican farms.. It isi mpcUA that
oy ine ena or me year another
309,000 wfflhav been mployed.
uoobuoi ipe ugure to eaiLooo ior
me year, .c" A 'Sri .rv
ii Cures ahow that tnoirt nf ha
braceros that ao to the UnJ tH
States come from the state of
San Lw Potosi. Guanakiato. Ou.
retaro, Michoacan, Guerrero;'' Ja
lisco, fuebia, Tlaxcala Hidalgo
and Mexico.-r (.
It ia estimated that mora than
90 per cent of them return to Mex Mexico
ico Mexico lata in the year to harvest the
com and bean crop, ,
r.loncstcry Picnic Ends Painfully,
As Goat Cheese Poisons Guests
szynhki,' Roman Catholic
Wat Vi.onhnwer tiai 'ttaan at-
f" I signed to -Ft. Belvoir, Just a few
mile outside wasmngion, since
July. 1955. The Army said a two
year tour of duty was about stand
ard ior Army major. ,,
The maior is an instructor at
the Belvoir engineers school. ..
aai ; wy wy-:
: wy-: primate
of Poland released from; Cimmq
nistr detention eight montn ago,
on taking over ius tuiar cnurca
"I ask you to pray fof me, for
my dear and martyrized father'
land, always f a i t h f a L always
Christian, alwavi Marian.
MINEAPOUS, Minn,' ol r.
Elmer Dahl, on the collision of j
Navy Panther jet .that plunged in
to her : home: tr-:
"It was the most- "horrifying
thing rye aver seen. The fr I
thing I thought of wa that aa at
om bomb had fallea.", .
:i::J Cy US Aula
Li .!.'::ni Accl.:nl
ATIIEXS. Greece. June 1 (UP)
A U. S. Air Force automobile
today struck and killed Gen. Stef-
anos Sarins, wartime commander
of the Communist Greek rebel
army, and seriously injured his
Gree. claimed to "nave custody
of the driver, identified by the
United States Information Service
only as Martiti llons:;L
The car ku.ed G"ral Sara..
who ran the rebel "tiat" army,!
in an accident in the Aubenaj
suburb of .alam?ki
Strict security meanures were'
imposed immediate!;- by Author-!
lties. It apreared the csa coi;
mushroom into another lr;
jurisdictional dispute uch t;
touched eff violent anli-AmericT
rioting in Taipei, Fwmosa,
weev a0 whe- a U. coun-,
' i' .... . ... u. t.
martial aMnftted:'arf' Army nat
ter sergeant in the shooting of a
uninese nemnar lora.
The U.S.I.S. aaid Mousalli was
in American custody. But Greek
authorities said ha a ad been
handed over-to -them after the
government demanded ft.
As soon as word ef the incident
spread, the Commuaiat-sponsored
Union Democratic party (EDA)
walked out ef a session ef the
legislative committee ia Parlia
ment and called on the- govern
ment to intensity- efforts to abouan
American extra -territorial sights.
I.r. 1 I
. KZZ2 la Jost 7 i :
bu, c 7. I
sww Cc'- T
- a r.-vp a-vl
' r i ,-
' ; l.v i
a f r a-ij
Kew Derfja U.sas la up ou i4
wiA ea mSaatB aaw fabric, ;
odet rhaai f0 k ft T
extra eocaaTfy. fie
f.a "a8as wraiioa Twafoa
,-tais ia aoxa box. .
LIBERTYVILLE, 111., June 1 I
uri Authorities todav indicat
ed a cheese made from coat's
mine was responsible ior an eni-i
oemic of food poisoning that rag raged
ed raged through a. picnic at a Serbian
monastery. At, least-: 65 persons
were, stricken.' Vrfc;
. The enidemir atmelr at th Rut.
man Orthodox Monastery near
here where some 1,000 persons
from three states; gathered. for
Memorial Day observances,
was reported in critical condition
today but not all were out of dan
ger,- j n I ,v
Victims of the food poisoning
were rushed to hospitals in Liber-
tyville; Waukegan, Highland Park
and Wheeling. Police and sheriff's
ears, ouseg.a mbnlances and pri
vate automobiles made up the con
voy which carried the moaning
victims away, ior treatment.
During the picnic, at which
lamb, port and -heese were serv
ed Aionks, their guests and- chil
dren began rolling to. the ground
clasping-their stomachs in agony.
The Rev. Timothy Tepsic of the
monastery said -Ithey weia drip
ping uae uies.
others who nad apparently es
caped the toxic effect of t h e
f ea st, soon found they were mis mistaken.
taken. mistaken. On their way home from'
the picnic grounds, they were be belatedly
latedly belatedly caught by the effects of
the poisoned food and raced to
ull off the' road and summon
elp. -.. v.
One man had already arrived at
his home in .Milwaukee, Wis.,
when afflicted. Police removed
him from his home and took rim
to a hospital.'
Following the feast, samples
from the menu were carried ; to
the state ehalth laboratories in
Chicago for investigatiin. -. v
Norm Froeuch. chief sherriff's
deputy sad a Greek dairy prod product
uct product made of goat's tnilk, feta
cheese, apparently was respons responsible
ible responsible for the plague. He : said the
cheese ordinarily is1 found in a
hard state, but was discovered to
be in liquid form at the picnic.
- ( :,!'
Stopped In Mock
Return From Hell
BERLIN, June 1 UP) West
Berlin police stopped "Adolf Hit-
er's". triumphal return from Hell
A 53-year-old Oerman who re
sembles Hitler decked himself out
in a Swastika and rode through
West Berlin in a truck decorated
with banners reading "24-hour
furlough from; Hell" and 1 have
It was Father's Day In Ger
many, traditionally set aside for
parties', practical jokes and funny
costumes. But the police found
nothing 'funny in Hitler. They
stopped them an una coniiscatea
his banners and swastika.
Additional Registration for Summer classes v
tor all ages will be held ;
MONDAY and TUESDAY
, June 3rd and 4th from 3:15 to 5:30
Previous students may register by phoning ?
2-4174 Thursday thro Sunday
thereafter Phone 2-175L
aL Wf K6 your graduate
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PANAMA e COLON
Whn was this strange "Mister Cory," the man that no
"body knew? What fascination drew women to his arms
despite themselves? Why was he loved-yet so hated, fear-ed-yet
scorned? Where did he come from-where wasrh
going? And what was the secret he burled, somewhere oa
Sangamon Street? See "MISTSR CORY" In CinemaScppe
and Technicolor, starring Tony Cui, Martha Brej,
Charles Btekford and Kathryn Grant which OPENS ,ON
WEDNESDAY fith AT THE CENTRAL.
' : i m ri(,.Mi,,,,
T h a ira 1c s 1
COMPANIA PANAMENA DE FUERZA Y LUZ
wishes to express sincere thanks to our customers for
their splendid cooperation during the recent electrical
. Industrial, commercial and residential customers demonstrated
once again their, fine, spirit of consideration and understand-
: ing characteristic of the people' of Panama by responding im immediately
mediately immediately to the Company's urgent request to reduce the con con-sumption
sumption con-sumption of electricity during the critical hours of the electric
; Wilh the electric service in the capital city again restored
to normal and the' damaged generator at San Francisco Elec Electric
tric Electric Plant repaired the Company wants its clients to know that
its firm objective is to continue offering a service which is tra-
u'tionaUy.unsurpasiableJ v :
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X IATURD AT,JOTE W37
Lopez Getting Even' Better
Pitching At Chicago Than
With Cleveland Indians
V- By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, June 1 (UP) Al Lopez never had
it so good at Cleveland.
With Cleveland, Lopez had some mighty fine
pitching, but he's getting an even better brand at
i Chicago where every starter on his staff is pitching
, iiniwith the kjnd of complete game victories 'that
xould bring the White Sox their first pennant in 38
Since mid-May, White Sox
Ihurlers have pitched 10 complete
fcattjes in 17 starts, and all of
them were victories. No other
club in the majors can touch
next it's Dick Donovan, then Jim'dy McDaniel went the route! for
Wilson 0r Bill Fischer. Louis JjM
nne dav it's Biuy Fierce, m
It 'Wps' Bob Keegan s turn iasiivuw yuan rw"u
fcight and the 34-year-old right righthander
hander righthander came through with a
sparkling four-hit, 6-0 victory
tvof. 1rpronfri tile
White Sox American League lead
to four games,
i 1 Catcher Sherm Lollar gave
' keegan all the margin he
heeded when he blasted a two two-run,
run, two-run, homer off Frank Lary In
ths first inning and Walt Dro Dro-.
. Dro-. )fo added a little icing to the
' cake with a grand-slam hom-
in thf. Hrhth.
Baltimore defeated the second-
place Yankees, 3-1; Kansas city
beat-Cleveland by the same 3-1
score, and Washington edged
In the National League, St.
Louis topped Milwaukee, 4-3;
Philadelphia nipped Booklyn, 2 2-JL
JL 2-JL and New York defeated Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, 3-2. Rainwashed out the
'Ray Moore held the Yankees
to fire hits in out-pitching Bob
Turley. Al Pilarcik put the Ori Orioles
oles Orioles in front with a third inning
flftn: Turley was tmasea jn ine
lxti when he walked in Balti Baltimore's
more's Baltimore's final run.
, Billy Hunter's two-run homer
and Ned Carver' foW-htt ih ih-in
in ih-in helped the Athletics to tnelf
triumph over tne Indians. Huni Huni-er
er Huni-er hit his homer off Tribe start starter
er starter Cal McLish, who .was knocked
outlet the box when the A's
scored1 all their runs in the
ihlrd inning. Garver faced only
30 men in .gaining his fourth vic victory.
tory. victory. A two-ont single by Jim
i Lemon In the ninth Inning off
' Tom Brewer brought Herb
PVws home from second base
with Washington's winning
run. The Senators, who scored
; their sixth victory In the last
seven games, tied the score at
f-t in the eighth with the help
' of Brewer's wild throw. Tru
Cleven er was the winner in
relief of Russ Kemmerer,
Rookie Eddie Kasko batted in
the winning run for the Cards
told in the heroism of hattJe's hell
cherished in the hearts of those who loved him,
Jiving forever in the happiness f the
0l7iEMASC0PH cnce oren cHren f a rava9e iandi
ROCK HUDSON -MARTHA HYER-DAN DURYEA
DON DeFORE ANNA' KASHFI JOCK MAHONLT-CarlBentoiReid
I -. .. Uc
; I Spanish Program!
FABLO y CAROLTKA
vith Pedro Infante
in HUOS TT
!" .vrnr GRANDE
" T '" - 1 1 1-
lie 1 '... Me.
. Also: -GUNFIRE
with his fourth hit of the game
in the eighth inning. Wally Moon
ran his hittine streak to 24 con
secutive games with a sixth In
ning double and men came nome
on Kasko's double, which tied
the score at 3-3 in the sixth, Lin
me way in hoouiuihr ius iuuhu
Robin Robetrs and Willie Jones
teamed up to beat the Dodgers
and move the Phillies within 2y2
games of the first-place Red-
legs. By losing, Brooklyn drop dropped
ped dropped two games back of Cincin Cincinnati.
nati. Cincinnati. In gaining his fifth victory a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst six losses, Roberts gave
up six hits, including seventh
innine homer by Roy Campanel-
la. It was the 236th homer of
Campanella's N.L. career and it
tied the league record for a
catcher set by Gabby Hartnett.
Jones won the game with a
two-run triple off Don Drysdale
in the fourth after Granny Ham Hammer
mer Hammer had doubled and Ed Bouchee
Willie Mays extended his hit-
ting streak to 19 games witn a
double in the eighth inning
and subsequently scored on
Ray Katt's sacrifice fly with
the run that beat Pittsburgh.
Pirate starter Luis Arroyo
Si1".. IV o ?v,ul
llJUC OVU1G OU V ilvW
Lockman'a singl with the bases
full. Al Worthington was credit
ed withthis fourth victory after
th yicry alter uojeijera.aena.uars ..m., oj
Uoi Margojferif ftrnZftedifcqx? ,4i4;28
in the sevetrth.
NEW YORK (NEA) Willie
Mays gives the best reason ad advanced
vanced advanced so far why it will cause
discomfort to many if the Dodg
ers leave Ebbets Field and 'brook-
"I like-to play jn that park,"
says the Giant star. "It's gonna
kill me if I don't play there ev-
A GREAT PICTURE IN A GREAT
r-p WEEKEND ATTRACTION!
X he true story of Col Dean Hess,
Clergyman turned fighter pilot
MIDNIGHT SHOW, V.:
"GIRLS IN THE NIGHT
Great Double Program 1
4 with Gary Cooper
- '. Also:
WORLD WITHOU f EM
with Hugh Marlowe
. ; LEADING BAXTERS
(BaseA on 100 Official at Bats)
; NATIONAL LEAGUE -.
Player and club fab r h Pet.
Fondy Pitts. 32 132 19 48 .364
Robinson, Cincl. 38 164 31 58 ..354
Muslal, St. LOUIS 38 15 24 56 ,352
Groat,. Pitts. 32 128.16 45 :352
Cimoli B'klyn 29 125 22 44 ,352
Mays, N.y; 39 150 29 51 .340
Bauey, Cincl. 38 124 23 42 .339
Hodges, B'klyn 38 151 17 51 .338
Aaron,. Mil. 40 171 35 57 .333
Thomas, Pitts. 37 150 16 50 .333
" AMERICAN LEAGUE &A
Williams, Bos. 37 129 25 53 .411
Mantle.- N.Y. 39 129 33 46 .357
Bertoia, Detroit 32 106 11 3.7 .349J
Pox, Chicago 38 144 27 50 .347
Wertz. Cleve. ; ,38 130 24 43 .331
Triandos, Balti. 30 116 14 38 .328
Mauch. Boston 30 120 15 38 .317
Pilarcik, Balti. 39 113 12 "35 .310
Demaestrl, K.G. 40 114 M 35 .307
Simpson, K.C, 37 13217 40 .303
. HOME BUNS
' NATIONAL JLEAGl
Aaron,-' Brave 54 W
Moon, Cards 10
Snider, Dodgers '. 9
Williams, Red Sox ... ,r
Boiling, Tigers 7
RUNS BATTED IN
Aaron, Braves ......
Musial, Cards ..
Bell, Redlegs . 28
Lollar, White Sox
.(Six tied with 24 each.
(Based on 5 Decisions)
Acker, Redlegs ..
Sanford, Phils ..
Shantz, Yanks I.
ery year. I hit balls in the Polo
Grounds that make me cry
have to change your style. But
Ebbets Field. .man, that's dif
ferent. Hit a good ball, and it s a
home run. You never have to wor
ry. Just smack it and it goes
where it's supposed to go."
'o' in n: U ii
DADDY LONG LEGS
- Also; -'
'";;" - -i 1 s
Way Back To Major Leagues
; (NEA Telephoto)'
MIXING IT UP Milwaukee Braves" shortstop Johnny Logan
(left) and Cincinantl Redlegs' 'pinch-runner Ha,l Jeff coat fight
on the ground in the-10th Inning of a game played In Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee after Jeffcoat slid into Logan at third base. Both
T players were thrown out of the game.. Cincinnati won 11-6.
APRS Supplying (Entire World
With Bang-up Sports Coverage
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP)No matter
where you are in the world, from
Little America to the Belgian
Congo, if you have a radio you
can-hear the Dodgers piaymg tne
Giants, championship tight,' ma-
tor horse races or football bowl
The reason is the Armed Forces
Radio Service,' which this spring
was snowed under when it of offered
fered offered its listeners pocket sched schedules
ules schedules for both maior leagues.
, Never, before had AFRS realized
juuy tne. extent oi its coverK,
.. i i i
or snortiy atter tne oner, was
made, the 'letters, began to pour
into the New York offices. And,
while. AFRS is intended for serv
ice personnel,- homesick civilians
also applauded tne .voice irom
home. ..j 1
Missionaries In Congo
They came from, everywhere,
those letters. From two mission
At Mt. Hope Park
Tomorrow all roads will lead to:
the Mount Hope Stadium where
the Atlantic and Pacific Leagues
will clash in the local cricket clas
sic, the All-Star game.
The outstanding players of 'the
two leagues will endeavour to. out outdo
do outdo one another.
The contest is scheduled to sun
t ii-3n a.m.
The following two 'teams
were selected to present their re
Weston DeSouza, Capt.; Paul
Harper, Allan Hamlin, Malcolm
Perch, Kenneth Griffith, "Butch"
Hewitt. G. Manning A. "Papa
Lou" Critchlow, UJobby" Drakes,
Reyes Escalona, Chester DeSouza,
Gerald Small, A. uennis.
PACIFIC ALL STARS
. Rdward Thomas. Capt. Harold
Kerr, Ralph Fleming Joseph Al-
ley lie, nuwivu iuwt, auowuw
fCoxK Alpheus Shaa, Earl Holder,
Samuel campDeu, uarneia crown,
Chester Mike, Leonard "Yacca"
Roberts, Edgar Roberts. Clyde
Lashley, Elbert Belgrawe.
Today tncanto J5, 30
Robert Mltchum In
"Beayens Know Mr. Allison"
James Craig In
"Women of Mtealrn UIaoC"
Today IDEAL 30 .10
Be la Logod In.
"Bride i The Meroter"
John Ireland In
-RETURN ef JESSE JAMES
. Chaps.- 1-J
CALLING tbe FBI
TRAIL TO DEATH
aries, the Rev. Philip N.r Ernst in
Nigeria and Vernon A. Anderson
in the Belgian Congo; from Sea Seaman
man Seaman Terence McKidder aboard
the USS Prairie in" the Persian
Gulf; from E. Leonard Grout in
the embassy at Baghdad, and
from a. scientist in the Antarctic
who wants "to vote in' the All-
atar game." J" v
They came from Germany and
the Barbadoes, .Turkey and
French' Morocco. Casablanca and
Greece, the Canal Zone and New
foundland, France and Iraq, Cuba
fitniopia. the ship "Suia' off Osa
ka, Japan, and the Coast1 Guard
Jweather ship stationed off Cape
Always it is a welcome voice
from home and I. for one,' can at
test to tnat. During the Olympic
Games at Melbourne, I sat under
the concrete stadium and thanks
to AFRS heard the blow-by-blow
account as Floyd Patterson won
the heavyweight championship by
destroying Archie- Moore.
A Department of Defense activ
ity under the information and ed education
ucation education branch, the AFRS sports
program is directed by affable
Gordon Bridge, an ex-gob out of
Batavia, N.Y., who is ably aided
by Navy Chief Hal Davis of Mi
ami, Fla, and Airman Bruce Tal-
ford of Manchester, N.ft.
?r Cram The Air
In the course of a year they
cram the world's air waves with
some '770 hours of sports. Last
year, as example, they aired 160
baseball games including the
World Series; 5a 'top fights,' 60
basketball games, the Indianapo
lis 500, fpur major horse races,
including the Kentucky Derby, ll
week ends of college and pro foot
ball totaling nine hours on Satur
day and Sunday, and a half-hour
daily sports show. Their total
hours figure out to. 32 full days of
And the beauty of the whole bit
is no commercials. Through a
technical loop arrangement which
delays the relay only five seconds,
all commercials are slashed put.
"The response, to the offer of
schedules was really heartening
to us." (Bridge admitted. "A Dodg
er .-fan- wrote from Capetown,
South Africa, that, he was over overjoyed
joyed overjoyed to hear a game against the
Braves. A woman wrote from
Jerusalem asking for a schedule
and aa Egyptian who married a
girl from .Kansas wrote that
thanks to our broadcasts he was
catching on the baseball -' real
One thing sura is that Bridge
and hu boys art doing a bang
up, conscientious job.- Sports fans
around tne world have provided
ample testimony to tnat.
Fitz Is Tougher
Away From Job
I NEW YORK (NEA) Jim
Fitxiimmor was down with a vi virus
rus virus and the horse trainer was m
bed at his home, hard by old A
! queduct Race Track.
."It is- about tune." a visitor
said, "that yoa cheated on the
bosses and took some days lor
Mr. Fits, aa easy 82, granted
and patted the telephone next to
Tm not cheating,' be said. 1
csQ everybody up end give them
more b thaa tl I were around
running things.'! ;
! PANAMA PISHING
PANAMA CITY, Panama (NEA)J
Deep sea anglers from the Ur.it-
ed States snd Central and South
Amenrs will be here for Fin-
ir.a's Ir?'rntional Marlln s-
'.. !a Tournament, Jh1t:5- r :
NEW YORK," J"une 1 (UP)
Pitcher Glenn Cox of Buffalo, a
flop in three previous big league
trials, is determined to get an-
ouier snot in mi maiors even
if he" has to do It with his ,bat
instead or nis arm. - s ? 1 -A
six-loot. X. one-inch. 203
pounder. Cox hammered out a
air of homers Friday, night, as
e pitched the Bisons to a 12-1
victory overi the Rochester Red
Wings, In his last start, Cox also
slammed two homers one with
the bases loaded, and his prer
season statement: nt'a now or
never fori me to make the ma
jors,!' seems to have been made
In all earnestness. -
While Cox's home-run- hitting
has been-; sensational. It should
not cloud the fact that he's been
no slouch on the mound. In his
last eighteen Innings, the brawny
rignt-nanaer has allowed, but
one run and nine hits .. while
zoomlnK his season '. record to
Buffalo's victory, enabled it to
keep bace with the league-lead
ing Richmond vees and tne sec
onds-place Tbronto Maple Leafs
WHO IUBO WUD.
. Johnny Scnmltz burled a four
hitter to give Toronto a 2-l tri
umph over Montreal, while the
Vees scored eight runs in the
seventh and eighth to belt Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. 9-6.
Pat Scantlebury hurled the
route against Miami as Havana
tripped the staggering Marlins,
The standings, and Unescores:
. 28 15
, 25 15
. 20 24
. 19 23"
. 17 26
14 2.7 1.34J I ',
Buffalo 303 100 30212. 15 0
Rochester 000 000 010 1 6 1
' Cox and Noble;,, R. Blaylock,
Oreason (3), Markell (81 and
Oreen. LP; R. Blaytock,j.V,HR's;
Miamf .;..000 002 000-2 T' 1
THavana 400 001 20x 7 8 1
Qualters, Llpetrl (7) and Sul
livan; Scantlebury and Izquler Izquler-do..LP:,
do..LP:, Izquler-do..LP:, Qualters. .-m,
K 'i .'1 4 r A .yiy.
Columbus , 103 200 000 8,1
Richmond 000 0O0 44X 8 U I
Kuzava, Klldoo (7). Blackburn
(8), and Kravltz ; .Coates. r Dixon
(8) James (9) and cniti, wat
lington (7) WP;; Dixon LP
Blackburn. ; , . -J--:
Montreal V'f 01 000 000 I 4 1
Toronto --V,y- 001 000 lOx 2 6 1
Klpp,, Walz (8) and Ronnlng;
Schmita and RoSellL; JJPu Walz.
HR;; Roselli. r.;p:-:
PACIFIC. COAST LEAGUE
Results and standings follow:
San Francisco 6, Sacramento 2
Hollywood 4, Vancouver 1 '-v
Los Angeles S, San Diego
Seattle 3 Portland 2. 4
Teams -'. ,A (.
81 30-81 L
Los Angeles .. ... ..
San Diego '.
Seattle .. .. ..
Portlafnd ...... ...
Sacramento .. .. 42
Ab R H Po A
Kuenn ss ........ 4
Torgeson lb ..... 3
Boiling 2b 4
Kallne rt ..M..r. '4
Maxwell If tr 4
Boone 3b ........ 3
House c ........ 3
TutUe cf S
Lary p ... -.,.. 3
31 0 4 24 10
A parte to ss
33 27 8
000 000 0000
200 000 (MX 4
Errors Boone. RBI Lol
lar a, Dropo 4. Doubles Fox.
HR's Lollar, Dropa Sacrifice
Hatfield. Double plays Houe Houe-BoUlng.
BoUlng. Houe-BoUlng. Left on base Detroit
5, Chicago 8. Bases on bails
Keegan 1, Lary 2. 8.O. Keefaa 2,
Lry 2. Runs and earned runs
Prit:fb heavyweir'-i chim
Erk: scor a "ri
over Teter Fi; 7
-X tve r---cs r
- ; - : :
Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT
1 i Jl A
St Louis f
New York 4 V
Chicago . I
v" TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Cincinnati
' New York at Pittsburgh
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (Nf
St, Louis at Milwaukee (N)
' YESTERDAY'S TTESULTS
' (Nlcht Game)
Brooklyn 000 ooo ion 1 8 .0
Philadelphia 000 200 OOx 2 6 .0
'Drysdale (4-2). Labine and
v Roberts (5,-6) and Lopata.
(Night Game)'! "'
New York 1 000 000 2103 8 0
Pittsburgh 000 200 0002 9- 1
Margoneri, worthington 4-3)
and Katt. ," f ,
Arroyo, Pace (2-4) and Rand.
' ' (Night Game)
St. Louis 010 011O1O4 11 1
Milwaukee 001 020 0003 9 2
" McDaniel (4-2) and H. -Smith.
Pizarro (2-4) and Crandall.
? (Nieht Gameu
Chicago at Cincinnati
(postponed, rain) -v i
King Kcig Keller
U Rejoin Yankees
As Coach Tuesday
NEW YORK. June I 1-(UP)-
Charlie (King Kong) "Keller,-, who
nunc jd nis uniform live vears a-
! -uF-i...li.i...i. -,-J
gu, wiu punt uaca on ijjiwoexi
Tuesday when he rejoins the New
Yankees as a coach in Cleveland.
The popular. 40-year-old ex-Yan
kee outfielder will fill a vacancy
created when coach Randy Gum
pert leaves the club after tomor
row's game to take over his du
ties as manager of the Kearney
club of the Class D Nebraska
State League. ... ,
Gumnert had replaced c 0 a h
Bill Dickey this spring when Dic
key suffered an attack of "men
tal exhaustion" while the xanxees
were training in Florida. Dickey
is recuperating at St. Petersburg,
Fla., the Yankees said, but is not
ready to rejoin the club at this
time. The club added Dickey is
slated to take over his old job' at
a later date, '...",
Keller played with the Yankees
from 1939 until 1952, rounding out
a power-packed outfield which in
cluded Joe Dimaggio and Tommy
Henrich. A. strong left-handed hit
ter during his piaymg days, Kell Keller
er Keller was considered one of the most
popular plaeyrs ever to wear a
He had been out of baseball
since his retirement and had been
breeding trotting horses at his
home in Middletown, Md.
TOP FLIGHT NAGS
INGLE WOOD. Calif. fNEAV
Those nominated for the $162,100
Hollywood Gold Cup, to be run
July 13, include 10 winners of
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:19
Sunday "Mohv Dick"
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' sc:at- rfj j
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I i J
TODAY'S GAMES J-
Detroit, at Chicago
Baltimore at' New York1' l
Boston -at Washingtott
Cleveland at -Kansas City N)
" YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore -. 001 011 0003 1
New York 000 010 0001 8
Moore iz-31 and Triandos.
Turlev (1-1). Ditmar. nvrne
"'it T ? 1
' (Nlffht Gamel ---
Boston 100 000 1002 7 1
Washington 010 000 011-lJ '8 1
urewer 6-4) and White. m
Detroit 000 000 0000 4
Chicago' 200 000 04x 6 9
Lary (2-7). and House.
Keegan (1-2) and Lollar,
(Night Game) v
Cleveland 001 000 000 I M
Kansas City 003 000 00xXS 7 1
McLish' (3-2); Tomanekv Mossi
and Naragon, Hegan. r
, Garver 4-3 ) and smith. '-
Great Expires Vi;;:;
' CLEVELAND. Ohio, June 1 (UP1
Johnny Kilbane, former feather t
weight champion who -won all but
four of hii 142 bouts to gualify as ;
one of the finest fighters in box-
ing history, died yesterday at his
home after a long battle against
canctr. v, -',
Before leaving the ring, Kllbane
rang up two outstanding marks. marks.-He
He marks.-He held a title longer than any
fighter except Joe Louis and' he
won 138 of 142 bouts during his ;
career. 1 1 f
He won the featherweight crown
on Washington's birthday In 1912 4
with, a 20-round decision over Abo v
Attell t Los Angeles After grab:
blng the title, he fought more
than W times iq the next 10 years.
However, only a handful of t h e
beHles Were title fights.
Kilbane retained the crown un
til March of 1923 when he suffer
a six-round knockout 'at the-
hands of Eugene Criqul of France.
Center Theatres Today j
-STORM OVER THE NTUT
Sun. "Three Brave Men".
GATTJN 1:M -"THE
LEATHER SATNT" -Eun.
"Eddy Dachia Story
CRISTOBAL 7 :M
Bob Hone ,2.1
"THE IRON PETTICOAT"
Also Showing 8un.-Moa.
2.00 4:10 60 80
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A CEt Z 4:15 8:48
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1337
THE. PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
- PAGE NINZ
akeibaU Game ZorigM
V NEW" AND OLD Bob GUtowskl. left chats with. Cornelius
.,.. ji uiuiuaiih a uc vkuucuiai lege im. niiivg rvi
Iflbroke Warmerdara's world outdoor pole vaulting record with J
...I... x Ml !.. t ,. mi 1 . i ft
a a ieei ot mcnes. ine mar siooa lor id years. -'...j
IKE'S; RRO:.. No.. 9 '.,
Proper Equipment Must
! EDITOR'S1 NOTE:; This is the
ninth of 12 articles written for
NEA Service and The Panama
American by Ed Dudley, profts.
sional of the Augusta National,
' who Includes President Eisen Eisen-'
' Eisen-' hewer amon? hit famous pupils.
"" By ED DUDCEY
PtfVSTrAt' niiwisiirmf'r.t'i itl.
: fluence the choice of clubs. Con
trary to poDular belief, a tall per-
'" ton is better off with standard
length' club? and a shorter player
with' little more lenethv than
. standard. ,
1 Proner equipment should be ob
tained after you have at least par-
, tially developed a fair swing. 1 he
choice in quality should largely
be determined by -how much a
, person Intends to play. If a .per
son plays' once or twice week,
an expensive set 01 ciuds is mere mere-"
" mere-" ly an initial outlay.' Clubs last a
long tim with proper care.
Golf shoes should be of C o wd
quality 'and it goes without saying
that a proper lit is a must.' snoes
i worn on grass oi soft ground last
; a great 4eal longer than those ex-posed-to
concrete. On sthe otrer
''-9 '"'. ..; ". & ,n'
hapd. goii shoeii have to" stand
much more physical abuse.
The importance of proper equip
ment can't be overstressed. The
player must be comfortable. i
Borrowed clubs never attain the
results personal clubs get
NEXT: sYnd shots. -'- J
The annual basketball same
between the Guaracheros from
Colon and the National institute
of Panama City will be played
tonight in the Panama National
Gym at 8 p.m. in honor or Pres.
ident Ernesto de la Guardia. jr,
This will be the fifth In a series,
eacn team winning: two games.
' President de la Guardia, who'
celebrated his birthday twe
days ago, will be present to
toss out the first ball and to
present the-winning team with
the presidential trophy. v
Previous eames in this annual
classic have been real thrillers.
Although many "of the players
are-not senior leaguers,' the ear earmark
mark earmark of these contests nave been
keen,close competition. ( vv, I
sotn teams are formed around
top-ranking players with ? the
better minor leaguers belnir seU
eciea to complete tne squaas.
The management of the Nation
ai insutute has kept their ros roster
ter roster from the press but one relia
ble source Informed us that Ar.
turo Agard will be on that team
Agard was considered top rookie
in tne Panama provincial League
last season scoring- over 200
points while playing for cigari
1108 Panama. ';
President De la Guardia will
head a large delegation Of guests
among which will be top offi officials
cials officials from Panama, Colon, inte
rior towns and the Canal zone,
Also expected to be present will
be representatives of the eccles
iastical, social and diplomatic
circles. 'i j '.
Included-' In 1 the elaborate
. planning of tbis game Is the
; presentation of the National
Guard Band In the gym to pro provide
vide provide music for the duration of
: the contest.'" '' : ;.
The general public is Invited.
There will be bo admlssioa
i i i -ix' h j
The following Is the complete
personnel of the Guaracheros
basketball team and club: ";V
Michael Marchidlrector; Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Smith, r-capt; .Reynold
Smith. Carlos pbmares, Herbert
Holt, Patricio Harrison, Hugo
Amadee. Ernesto Davey. Anasu
slo Sanguillen, Ernesto Taylor,
Aiireao Fareaux, masseur; ai
berto McLaren, counsellor; Ra
mon Mendez, tech. adv.r Alfon
so Giscombe and Carlos Rudai,
J 1 X 1 H 1 11
ueieKHtca; uoia nowt, Koumotn-
er; Elvan Lim, president; Fran-
Cisco vuiamu, .zounaer. -
r I i rt a l
- Iy JIMMY IRESLIN
"'.' A V
NEW YORK (NEA) "Bridges."
unaney uressen Degan quicwy j
got him Bridges. I would've won
10 more games last year if I had
i Cookie Lavagetto, who succeed
ed Uresesn at manager of v the
Senators, nodded. a
uresen:mea to work .up--enthusiasm
as he told of hi 'upw
job, a vague -.sounding thing- the
club defines as assitant to the
president.; His first move .since
being fired as manager, was to
get Hockey Bridcei from 'the
Reds. Bridges is a run-of-the-Pam
inueiaer,- dui unariey gloated a-
doui geiung nimr;.;:;
- iHaseDaii aiwavs eives m a
thrill,, he went on. "When ilwas
a piayer. it gave me a thrill I.
When I was a coach I sot a kick
out of helping: somebodysi It wa
the tame as manager, flow in
this joh, if I get Cookie ; t o-m I
players I'll get another thrill. -T
got him Bridges. Now I. want to
get him':a- center fieldef.;ri,j
On the surface, trig vas Dresl
sen who had Brooklyn or i Oak
land or wherever the game put
him humming with the. kind of
excuemeni a Little, Leaguer puts
into an afternoon in a school
It is an old story that all Char
ley wanted out of life was t h e
chance to put on baseball suit
each day. It was the v only- thing
ne naa going m mm as me sen senators,
ators, senators, stumbled, through a couple
of long Bummers. -But now Dres-
sen wears sports- jacket and he
sits in a .dox seai wnen tne game
v'u'lTtry an get a kick out of
it."., he -said, "I'm supposed to1 ad
vise mm about players." He meant
young Calvin uriffith washing'
im- president. -How much' advice
does he want? I don t know about
"You" need good scouts 'to get
players, Larry MacPhau moved to
the Yankees and he gets Tom
Greenwade, who' gets Mickey Man-
tie. : l m not supposed ; to hire
scouts :or 'things like that.;I sjust
advise Wm (Grufuh.3:'r t
Dret-tn cut his voice? to a mum
ble talking about the. Shackles: the
ciuo. placed on nun. When Char
ley c gabs about a -1 ballplayer or
something, he has done, lie talks
But -when he mentions the I po
sition the senators nave put Aim
in, ne sounds almost apologetic.
He brightens when he speaks of
unaing piayers..: ;;
"I'm- not a real scout, but I
know what it takes to play in the
majors anq u i see a minor
league kid I can tell about him
., NOTICE: There' will be a
meeiins ar the, Orrtcert and axe axe-cune
cune axe-cune iemors et tne Ptn-C
nal nowiing Atseciarion ar in
eince ei im Musvciatien, ninii ninii-lymli
lymli ninii-lymli V Uiaoie neignts at
p.m. wesday; yune 4.1 jack
'twcrerary, announced tnat
impwiant preaiems will Be ait-i'
ly BEANS REARDON -Written
for Nf A. Service
- Putting one little word after another and whatever became
of Ice, cream suits... as the dudes in ths 20s used to call their
; summer lightweights? Giants and Dodgers have each been of-
; fered SI million, for pay-as-you see TV rights to their games, if
; and .when: they shilt to California. Also, If and when Wash-
V mgxon gives its blessings to this form of programming, with a
new product Jn-a new locale that has been titillated for years
, by visions of major-league baseball, how could the promoters
. j possibly lose? IncidenUliy, pay-TV. In -limited doses may be
closer than most of us realize.
OPTIMISTIC ESTIMATES? Did you know' big-time bar bar-i
i bar-i rlsters 'charge by the hour? They do, Kenneth C. Royal, former
t Secretary ot War, who heads the International Boxing Club's
-staff ln lU current-anti-trust defense, gets 125 for every 0
uiuiuies ne oevoics w ine case, to aaie, tne suit nas cosi itw
. ;dou,uuu in legal lees, cut since this is tax deductible the gov
J: ernmenL ironically, will be picking ud a laree Dart of the tab. 7
j. We hope Emil Lence, the Tex Rickard from the garment center,
i aoes just line with Patterson and Jackson, but what is his basis
; lor the $800,000 to $700,000" gate? These are the same tigers
wno met last June ana orew only ss.ooo in a match that wasn t
. even close notwithstanding the split decision. - v
" YOTT NEVER CAN TELL At this time a year ago the Yanks
i were free-wheeling in first place, to remain there until the sea-
i con ended Their record for May was 21 and 10. bettered only
, In July, when they won 23 while losing only six. That streak
left the rest of the field gasping, and in no position to capitalize
on the Yanks' worst month, August, during which they were 16
.' and 15. As lar as the W-L figures went, they weren't much bet.
ter In September, yet they won the-'flag by nine games. One
I thing .was certain, they didnt win it on consistency. And where
were-the Brooks a year 'ago? Fourth. May was their worst
; month, 12 and 12. - v
, .. '
THE LONESOME FENCE The wav thev are eolnz. it mav
comfort the Yanks to know that the Red Sox. are havin? a most i1'0 m. and Davy .Moore of Cin-
. peculiar season- .For them. Of the 18 home games to date they :cau "ve signeo to meet in a
Jaave won only six, while on the road they've maintained a keen I1' round bout at .the Capital
jBOO-plus git. Normally, the reverse is true. laree part of ; -yena. juiy a. in oout will be
the anawer is that their right-hand hitters havent been hit ting, 'recast nauooaajr.
(PiersalL for examnle. Li down around .233) ar.i when that han-
. pens, the short left-field fence, for vears the 10th man In the rJTTSBLRGH (UP) Harry
Red Sox batting order, pays no dividends. At that, the Red Sex " V YarierM?- dTstudy
' continue to leaH th lea sue in runs rrored.. .and th last t!m '. I,vv':r ,JrB wn Detroit
QUESTION: A rule cites the dif
ference between interference and
obstruction. What is it? Jules
. Answer: A baserunner Is ek-
structed by a fielder net in pet
kirk.o.i or the oH. A baserun baserunner
ner baserunner may, inthe Judgment ef an
umpire, interfere with a fielder
going for the ball er making a
Q. Can a defensive team alien
its.if and then, as a pitch is being
made, have one fielder scoot, to
another position, the same. as. a
man-in-motion in football? Lou
Furci. i ? f- -. v
. A. Not if it Is dene te deliber deliberately
ately deliberately distract the better.
Q. Can ground rules be made
so that a home run does not have
to go. over a fence or into standsf
A. It is rare; but C r e s I e y
Field in Cincinnati ties ene piece
ef fence in a cut-eff position in
left-center field which, it hit on
the fry, calls for heme run.
WASHINGTON f UP i Youiiff
featherweighU Isidro Martinex of
we 'looked, the Yanks continues to trail.
I-- FIRE THE MANAGERS S:vS Frr: '-;e Ur.e. tl
caras' UM: We have very few -ba r.---rs in t to-
, day. Most hitters take the-- i'srl r-i ;. .e t! e fi'-chfr f","-t
the-plat. Frankly, I think it is r,.: x; :-. for a ryer to
after a strike has been c:vl. t'r.-t r e r'.'.rh as 'a : :-outstde
outstde :-outstde or a a half-inch ir-:. : it : s thst c:e. it f i r
swung at.. .It didnt take K,V; h V..: 1 : t 1 t r-ve u-.n t" f
got what it takes to make r ? : -c::.-e n-.a:i. I
promptly fired the marr-:-r T -v h:s t-ana '."an
Diego started to loft."
s, has been named backfield
snt coach by the Pituburgh
.,.,.'' -era of the National Football
, "' usrjt. succeeding Bullet Bill Dud-
y, who has resigned to 'devote
: ...1 time te his insurance business.
rONCASTER, Ega. (UP) Rrt Rrt-i
i Rrt-i heavyweight champiop Joe
r.-kire scored a 12-round dects dects-n
n dects-n oer Peter Bates Tuesday
. t st the Doneapter Race Track.!
iuvuu i raims -.
Kodman Jk oilers..'
uiw ahm mveis
'Twai so hohday at ths bowling
laju.4 ait jikuva, ideinotiai- xy
wnere U4, aesttsis weut w woiv
spmung tne wapies. y ,t tne
ieiv alleys. :.. :,
: lot houuay brou'sht out a large
crowd. i syecutora who wnoopua
ana rooted or tneir tavorites. iue
onlookers witnessed tne two ex
tremes, uom a o4 series tor jmi
y tne jfta" Coffey, to a lowiy &,
iio name menuouea.
Alter all tne moans and groans,
wnen all the strikes, spares, spin
Lnu misses were recwraeo, ins
league sumcungs were snuiuea
wiui tne expepuon oi iirst piace
wners tne Albrook nyerf rule us
roosi. unless w riers nave a
reversal oi lorm or ureak a few
arms ue other teams will have to
concede the cnampionsmp and cat
tle tor the runnerup position, ben
cause the Slyer nave a six game
aavantage. ; .-):.
Albrook 3 Points, Redman 1
The Rodman Rollers started the
evening in uecouu mace lour
games "benina tne league leading
f lyers. Koliers cboppea tuis. down
to a tnree-point cuuerence wnen
they coppeu the first encounter.
ibis apuarentiy aroused tne. fly
ers ami started dropping pins as
iney would bombs uom the air.
'ine secona game's-margin was
116 and to add insult to injury, la
the linale tney won by lw vuij
leaving the Rollers talking u
uiemacivcs. For ue f iyers Boo
iticnardson demonstrated why he
night and with Chuck McGarvev's
57 and Skeistaitis' 542, the Cocoli
raims cams out, on top.
;V-.' Lea Rlevl Cereiari.:; ,.
ey fl Ky. ;5ffflffTW VihrfSTrtej7seflSflflfffasesflje
i 1 a ;
" P1NN STATB'S FIRST.
UNIVERSITY PARKi P(NEA)
Pete Mauthe will be inducted
into the Football Hall of Fame be between
tween between halves of Penn S t a t e's
homecoming came against Van-
derbit, Oct. 19. The lirst Nittany
Lion to win uus distinction as a
player captained the 1913 team. :
Nn, hara.niaa fh- k.rf w.l.l.
of the night, .While the scores
were nounng to write home,, the
games .were Close and interesting.
In each tussle the outcome went
riaht down to the lat frm : tk.
Los Rios Rivers won the first
gam by three pins, they got the
second by thirteen maples.'-when
we corozai ; vnieis stopped the
letK' bv winntns hv 17 nina "' thiic
. J 1 '9 WHO
recoupmg total pins, and gaining
"V- I An (van hl-alr Rnutara in.-' tl,.
11 13 big chief .with a S28h while for the
Kivers the crest was 504 for Mal Mal-lory.
lory. Mal-lory. This even split business is
getting to be a habit for t h e s e
two teams, because both of them
have an even split for the sea season,
son, season, 12 .wins, 12 losses.'
u'the captain, coming up with a
58$ series. For the not se rollick
ing Kodmaa rouers. load was
tops with a Ms set. Todd made a
suvng comeoack Because ne rou-
ed a C in tne finale after a 137
in the secoud chapter. Tbe three
point loss for the Rodman Roll
ers scrambled uuo a uree way
tie for second position, whereas
last week they bad the exclusive
residence of that location. : (
CUyton 4, FerfaW
, HIROSHIMA COME I'.
ma-e a sUck 1500 mis h.
Rocky-Marcjano and h'.s f
col'.aborated cn a qq t
Building" In case v.'a'.---cpens
a upt ha:i j-arlc
evn tup -
r The Clayton Carbines shot their
way from tbe fourtk slot ia tbe
league to a tie irom second place.
when they shutout the Fartaa
Fans. The Carbines bad a close
call ia tht second game, which
ther won by the narrowest of mar
gins, eae lonely pus separated the
Butca Lane of the Carbiaes lead
the two outfits with a 582 series.
Ke had 500 or better support from
Luttenoerger aod Almeda. l or the
failing Fau, Red Creenheid sport sport-mi
mi sport-mi a new bail and with tbe Sirs.
hed 2S3 pouds; Bates looking on came out with a i 53
series, ue only one for au tears.
lALFI H, N.C. (UP) Lencie
-- j.a, AJ Amenca ba&kelbaO
! f -n North Carolina, has
, r : -Athlete cf the Year"
oo led the Tar Heels
CeceU 3, DUUe 1
The Cocoli Palms hreie4 there
ii to a 3 te 1 via tnsrgia, and
they too hre the runBemp place
' '! and the m the st- ..r fs. Th winners hsd
red to verrorr.e s fr'if-,d series of
; ; t in a i'. of the r-i.-j Dei!s, S'3 by
r t1-. 1 C -' v. P.it Billy
' ; a r e a k
: .' ,t Anceri 4, Cwrundu 0.
Ancon Anchors asserted them themselves
selves themselves in a decisive manner. The
weight of the anchors', score bu buried
ried buried the Curundu Comets into
the cellar. The anchors bv this
Clan sweep raised themselves in
the league standings. Leadoff man,
ueu ram or Ancon. romne on ai-
leys 7 and I. was sourred on bv
a neignoormg aegier on alleys 5-6
posted the highest game of the
night with a 2343, which helped
com.aeraoiy to ius sac set. Follow.
mg him was Mr. 3 B's, Bowler
sua uaicer with a 535.
For the cellar occuovin Comntk
the voice of CFN made Itself
neard on the alleys, whet. Jerrv
Sturges poste a 526, and trailing
oenma dv onir 3 suu wis hs sel
ler's 523. In the first frame of tbe
first game the anchors set the
pattern when they came up with
a oeer xrame. ineir total pintail
of 2522 was the oeak for the week.
but was way behind the league
mark of 2669 set by Los Rios in
tne secona week of bowling.
' Amador' 3, Balboa 1 '.W
The Amador sailors ar on the
climb. Several weeks ago they
were submerged at the bottom,
but in the last two weeks have be become
come become afloat and are starting to
firea way. They are now three
points out of the bottom. Four-Din
oeucit ia ne iinai game deprived
ue manors from a clean sweep.
Dick Bliss led the sailors, and
the Boas with the only 500 series
ot tne mater. (532) and put hinv
self on the honor roll with t 212.
For tbe slipping fast Boas,- high
man was Gorrido who missed 500
set by one meauy pin and had te
seme ior s. ., j, u
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' Six "Hundred Club Coffey 603
Two Hundred Club Coffey (2)
210, 211, Bliss 212. Pahl 2V
McGarvey 232. Lane 210. Lutten-
Seim 211, Todd 226, Richardson
Five leading bowlers based en
the official averages for the first
Bve weeks:, -. ;
.Coffey 202 '.' ,
Almeda 1M.- - I
Baicc 165.:'- 4-
Toland 182. -THi
" Twe poticemen were parked in
thir crwisef ) e busy street
wton thoy Tieticod podestriene
Scremblint.fer safety. '.
. to6dntr tttey saw tSe cause,
a tie black bowling ball roemkng
creuhr erM the oVwk. The
sptdtfa bid berery tnissod two
p4trint, boimcssl ef e park parked
ed parked car, erairtad into S Wilding
er4 reiied Sewn the street.
TV (ice rellewed the trsii
of t btl, until it tp6 thre
ktvt a i aw TS katl aaIm
si : '- r t r.e but M'. Ee'e J
When I was In the "Coast League
I seen Tommy Byrne pitch. 1 told
Tom Sheehan of the Giants. I e-
ven told Horace. Stonehara. They
wasn't listenine. I guess, 'cause
the Yankees got him and you saw
wnat Tommy did for them.
"Jim Wilson V was the same. 1
knew he'd be a good pitcher.
told them all.'
Tm'' going' to try aAd make a
trade," he began, then dropped
his voice again. "But it's different
""When. 1- was In Brooklyn me
and Buzzy Bavasi, We went to
Chicago and we made a nine nine-player
player nine-player deal. We got Pafko and AI
Walker ad gave them Eddie Mik Mik-sis
sis Mik-sis and Gene Hermanski., It was
a pretty big deal and-me and Buz Buzzy
zy Buzzy made lt- V -" t
'"We justj.- cal '.Walter 0'Malley
in New York and tell him. That
was II we had to do. He had con confidence
fidence confidence in us. --v
'.'Now I'm just supposed to ad-
LAWRENCE, Kans. (NEA)
Three months ago, Grant Cook;"
son was justa kid on .the s i d e-.
lines, yelling encouragement to
members ot the Kansas t r-a cs
Cookson. a 6 1. 153 pounder-
had tried to run the 880, but the
best he could turn in was 1:56.5.
when action swung r outdoors.
young Cookson was given a
chance in the Texas Relays and
hit 1 KB tin hit 1 KA 7 I- moot
wii i Vi-t-"":" "uw mucn at Kansas, 1:53.6 at -Drake, 1:53
he'll listen to me.
Dressen started to leave, but
the bartender gave him a pony
glass full of coffee. It was too
early for a drink, but he wanted
to buy Charley something. t The
rest of the waiters r,o w d 0 a
round him. "w
- Mavbe Calvin Griffith won't lis
ten to Charley Dressen too close closely,
ly, closely, but everybody else-Joes.
flat at Missouri. Now be has to
shave, only three tenths of that
ana ne u join a list; oi oniy eigm
athletes in Big Seven history-who-have
run under 1:52.8. y
"He was -the kind of kid WH b
would do anything," ..Coach Bill
Easton says. .''No job was too in insignificant
significant insignificant if it would help .the
team- We never cut a boy wno
works to improve," , ,f
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TELEPHONES r CRISTOBAL 3-16545
PANAMA) J-12571 -'w BALBQAl t-1905
In their exciting last matches of the.
from 8:00 p.m. at our tennis courts with
JACK KRAMER PANCHO SECURA
V DINNY PAILS e KENnROSEWALL
kejreahlhentt, snacks at moderate prices
i Box seats now on sale at hotel
-; 'Grandstand ($2.50) on sale the
' night of games
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' J. THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE TEN-. .. i- : v i. ' V
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1951
GLASS I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
I ; Hollies ; I Apartments
' FOR RENT: -Modem chalet in
' Bella Vista. Phone 2-3305, Pan
FOR RENT: Modern noma,
threa bedrooms, targe kitchen,
living room, dining room, porch
on fide, hot, cold water, maid's
room, garage. Large yard, front
and back. Via Porras, house No.
91 -A. For information call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3116.
FOR RENT: Three bedrooms
Chalet. For information call 3 3-0529.
0529. 3-0529. Resorts
A PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-.1673.
. FOSTER'S COTTAGE? and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca-
sino. Phone Balboa 1 866.
FOR RENT: Corner sites,' cen centrally
trally centrally located. Ideal for office,
clinic or small store. Reasonable
prices now. With or without air air-condition.
condition. air-condition. Inquire, corner 37th
St. and Cuba Avenue, one block
from the Finance Ministry end
Panama Hospital. Phone 3-1074.
For Balboa Seniors
The animal Baccalaureate Serv Services
ices Services for the graduating seniors of
(Balboa High School will be h e 1 d
tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Heights Theater.
The rpocessiona, "Hope March,
will 6pew the services. The or orchestra
chestra orchestra and a special chorus will
' toe under the direction of Victor A.
Following" the invocation by the
' Very Rev. MainerV 3. Peterson.
Vena Bennett and tkc GlSe.CJub
will tint "Tiitf I T May 'Father's
" Treo,' F. Hoti wJt intred the
Rev. John W. Caine, C. M. will
, address the class oa tha "Purpose
of Education." i
The JtJ!ee Club will then sing
f'A Cahtiele of Peace.",
After the Rev. William H. Bee Bee-'
' Bee-' by give the benediction, the or orchestra
chestra orchestra .will play the recessional,
Praise Ye The Father."
- UIC JV.VW v O
ing seniors are invited to attend
the services due to the limited
tsating space in the theater.
- denls Jailed
Her Wafer Bailie
...ninllPM T11K fllP1 A
'n nf th ualpr buckets at the i
crs.ly of Illinois slopped to a
9riv tnHav. leaving tne
moaign County Jail overflow overflow-with
with overflow-with 50 tear-gassed students.
50 were charged with un un-,1
,1 un-,1 esspmhlv after a riot in
h more than 3,500 students
olice from five neighboring
-ities were called in to quash
revolt which started harmless-
enough Thursday night as a
tr fight, and later swelled ln-
a raging stream of students
ch threatened to engulf the
1 ve town.
-;?n County Sheriff Everett J.
: drick,:were manhandled by the
f udenU ; and sunerea minor m
' .. ...
HOME (UP) Foiana s -Meian 1 """"
Carhinal Wysrynski took over his
i-'ifar church Thumday night and The efficeri. comrade Salvation Salvation-r'edged
r'edged Salvation-r'edged that Poland "will always ts of the- local Corp. have ex-.-3
ain n advanced post of Chris- pressed then sincere thanks and
tiarntv" lapprecution to Dr. and Mrs. Eno
Le Polish primate, In the only for the gift received.
t 1 : J J -J M.mnntri
rajf ill Rome, accepted titular
f-ntrol f Rome's Church of Santa
"faria. It was the center of R R-na
na R-na Ctristianity during the per per--
- per-- -cut! on s of. Emperor Nero. Car Car-"nal
"nal Car-"nal Wysiynaki was Teleased
" om Communist detentkni eight
0 Visit C
iVASHINGTON. June I (UP) -;cent
Eiseshuwci expressed --egrets
te Pre;dnt Rene Crtv
rance today that Cov e-nnrt
the United States at this time.
, ha postriosed Ls '-vi be
' of a "bint crii! It hi
t v. ts- Pre- -A
S tyy.ti the borr thsl the
P u.d be arrtctea later.
ATTENTION. 0. I.! Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, 'cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
F6R RENT; One and two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room apart-,
. merits. Furnished and unf urnish-
Vd. New Alhambra Apartments. -"
Telephone 1386 Colon.'
FOR RENT: Spacious apart-'
ment, one bedroom, hot water,
$62.50. J. F. do la Otis Ave-1
nue, Riqui Building, facing Fire-
stone; Phone 2-3331. f
FOR :" RENT: A ? three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, lir- i
.; ing-dlning room, kitchen,- maid's
.room with own bath, waihtubs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed-
room, kitchen.' Tiled, screened,
; $55.00. Apply No.. 1 12, Via Be-
lisano Porras near i Roosevelt
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 ; baths apartment, air-
conditioned, hot ; water, screens,;
dishes, linens,1 Belle Vista, $ 160.
Call Panama 3-3347..
FOR RENT.- -2-bedroom apart- ;
ment furnished, w2 baths, for
2 months. Call 3-6932 from 4
to 7 p.m.. Cangrejo. j
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
garage, maid's room. Perejil Sec Second
ond Second Street No. 19. Phone 3-
Eucharist Set Early
At St. Peters Church;
Greene To Officiate
Takine place at an earlier hour
than usual, the choral eupharist at.
St.-Peter's church, La Boca, to
morrow, me Sunday after ascen-
im. nas Deen sei lor e a.m.
this servicjH will be Jhe Bevji Rog"
er xi. ureene, assistant priest at
the Cathedral of St. Luke. .;
Father Greene is assisting with
the work at St. Peter's during the
absence of the priest on a 3 month
Morning prayer will be held at
9 a.m. in conjunction with the
church school, and evening pray
er at 7:30 p.m.
Observance of the feast of Pente.
cost on the second Sunday in June
will begin with choral eucharist
7 a.m., at which the Episcop.-l
Young Churchmen will make their
monthly corporate communion.
Dr. And Mrs. Eno
Give Farewell Piano
I a IuIsan at imii
IU JQIiailUll Ml III V
Mrs. Major Winifred Moonsaw Moonsaw-my
my Moonsaw-my of the Salvation Army, Colon
Central Corps, was the recipient
oi a new pianc trom ur. and Mrs.
.Harry Eno, who left the Isthmus
two weeks ago for the United
Mrs. Moonsawmy in her effort
to augment the loca singing in
various sections of the Corps,'
make the appeal prior to the Eno's,!
leaving the Isthmus, and was giv-'
en tne assurance of having tne
instrument at an early date. A
dedication Service will be announc announced
ed announced later.
Dr. Harry Eno, C 0 1 0 n's
well known philantropist has been
a staunch supporter in Salvation
Army welfare activities for the it?
past 20 years. Three years ago,
the doctor was decorated with
the Army's highest order Or
der of Distinguish Auxiliary Serv Service'
ice' Service' by the international leader.
PREE SEMSG LESSONS
V Given at
.' .. TivoU Ave. 18-78 1
LEAVE TOUt AD WITH ONE OF OU AGENTS Oil pUB OPFICES AT JS-S7 -"H KTREEf, PANAMA LIBREKIA PBEC1ADO 7 Blreef No. IJ AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DK PUBMCACIONES No. Letter) Plaza CASA ZALpO Central Ave. 45 LOUEDES PHARMACV-182 L CaTtasquilla AR;JACIy LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "W Street MORRkJON th of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SEBVICK Ave. TivoU NO. 4 FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 149 CenUal Ave
FARMACIA LL'X 164 Central Avenoe HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fe. de la Osse Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-JujIo Arowmena Ave. and 39 St FARMACIA
VAN-DEB-JIS 59 Street No. SI FARMACIA aX BATVRBO Farque Lefene 1 Street FAJtMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
the Bella vista xneatre.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldtmobil.
Sedan, overhauled, new paint,
seat covers.. Bargain, leaving,
i (American owner).. Phone: Pant
FOR SALE: 1950 Citroen 6
cyl., 4-door Sedan. New tires.,
engine overhauled, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. Gamboa 6-136, house ;
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Station
Wagon, WSW tires,' radio, Fordo Fordo-matic.
matic. Fordo-matic. 1582-D Calabash, : Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6392.
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet;
new paint, complete exhaust
system, very low mileage, excel excellent
lent excellent tires and battery. $250.00.
Call Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 4-door
Sedan. Economical 6 cyl. engine,
new tires, battery, paint fob,
muffler, outstanding car at'sacri at'sacri-fice,
fice, at'sacri-fice, $465.00. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1515
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 2 2-door.
door. 2-door. Sedan. Radio,; heater,' seat 1
c 0 y .e r s, excellent condition.
$550.00 or best offer. Phone
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4-door
Sedan, $1,000. Must seH. Phone
Curundu 3121: House 579-H.
FOR SALE Several buses of
different sixes at prices to suit
your pocket. Contact the Canal
Zone Bus Service, Curundu.
FOR SALE: Ford VS, 1950, 4
doors, good condition, not duty
paid, leaving Isthmus. Phone 3 3-3771.
3771. 3-3771. 04-50, Federice Boyd.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super
Riviera,, excellent condition, ra radio,
dio, radio, dynaflow, heater, etc. New
tires, only $475. Phone 5-505,
Are you going the right direction
for your Auto repairs? Go to
16th St. 6 Mslendex, .Garage
Johnston guaranteed auto re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Phone 456-A, Colon..
, FOR $ ALE :--J 956 Austin A-30,
2 -rdw,v -excellent condition.''
Ovnrhango'rSres; will sell0
at rejirenabh) price Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa -4445 of Balbee 24 1 6..-
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan: Call Qrrs. phone Al-
brook 3227; or, office phone Al-
brook 4252 or 3265.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super
4-door. sedan, wdynaflow. Mo Motor
tor Motor in excellent condition $300.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford 4-door
station wagon, 9-passenger, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Phone Fort
Clayton 87-3104. Price $1500.
FOR SALE: 1950 Cadillac 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, power equipped, accessor accessories
ies accessories $800. Can be financed. 85 85-4196.
4196. 85-4196. FOR SALE.- 1953 Kaiser Man Man-hattan,
hattan, Man-hattan, everdriver heater, under under-coated.
coated. under-coated. Good tires. Calf Balboa
3673 or Qtrs. 2726-B. Cocoli,
FOR SALE: '51 Olds, excellent,
reasonably priced, duty paid. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-6285.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford VS se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent' all-around condi condition,
tion, condition, $400. Call Balboa 3337.
FOR SALE: 1948 Kaiser, good,
solid transportation. 8 a.m.-1
p.m. Sunday, 5512. Diablo.
LOST: Pet. blue parrakeet,
very much loved. Reward for re return.
turn. return. Phone Balboe 1611.
"Slhn Tea flnre oWn"
MrLery MaehlnvSw Mawae
9trm Batk owl eiM fnaale
Stratrel telta, eHb brra
' SS A. Jnto Siwrmnu i-itll
, Or. SCHOIX tratnea CMrepeaM
TIAXSP0RTES BAXTER, S.
PbesMss 2-2451 -t22562
Leant tiding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinf e Jsustaanf Classee 4eH
te 5 sv Pbeese 2-2451
. JIH KIDGE
Gibraltar life ins. Co.
for rates and tnformatkin
Tel, rutBS t-551
Dr. GERALDO S. UM
Eavst S4th Street
acreee from Lax Theatre
Hoars t:M a.m. U 11 :H
. 3 :M p.m. : p m. ;
, TeL Panama 3-3272. .
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MOTORAL SALES i SER,
VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARCbST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND T.V. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38. :
FOR SALE: Sacrifice $700,
60-cycle, Hi-Fi for $395.00
eash; miscellaneous musical in instruments,.;
struments,.; instruments,.; including accordian,
excellent condition.- Mr. Herr at
Balboa 3129 afternoon, 3751
FOR SALE Save money by us using
ing using 5"x12"x12" Clayce Clay
Blocks. They are economical,
light and de not crack. $157.50
per thousand. Clayco and Alfa Alfa-reria,
reria, Alfa-reria, S. A., Via Espafia No. 37 37-47.
47. 37-47. Phone '3-0160.
FOR SALE: Porcelain sinks,
16x18 in white and colors, class
.'C". Special price $5.00. Wash
tubs, same type, $9.00. Clayco
& Alfareria, S.A., Via Ispana
37-47. Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Walk te Almacen
PUNTO CUATRO, next to the
Ertcanto Theatre, and save dol dollars.
lars. dollars. ENGLISH WOOLENS at the
lowest price aver aeon before, at
only $3.50 a yard. In a wide
range of colors for men and
ladies Buy .now while it last.
Phone Panama 2-3392.
FOR SALE: Wurlitser studio
upright piano $250.00. Tel. C.
FOR SALE: Air-condition unit,
3-4 ton1. Perfect condition.
Phone 3-2498; ;
FOR SALE-Revere Tape Re Re-carder,
carder, Re-carder, model T-11 00, Like
new. Curundu 2028-B." Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 83-2203, ,'
FOR SALE: Heath Kit TV Sweep
generator, completely assembled,
checked out. $45.00. Phone 2 2-3657,
3657, 2-3657, 0420 B. Anton. ;
FOR SALE: 2!" R.C.A..T.V,
25 or 60 cycle with mahogany
speaker table, $150.00. Navy
FOR. SALE: Studio couch $40,
cerner'table $15, floor lamps $2,
new china closet $85, Venetian
blinds $5 ., new dressing ta table
ble table and stool $50, C.E. refrigsr refrigsr-.
. refrigsr-. tor, 25-cycle 530, washing sis sis-1
1 sis-1 eblne, 25-cycle $20, record play-.
er and records $10; bookcase
$5. J 951 Ford Sixr t950 Hud-
son, miscellaneous Hams. Phen
--r -..-. . :
FOR SALE 9 books "Funck
Wagnalls" V encyclopedia, brand
neV, $30. Phone Panama 2-
3016. ,: :r
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Sf. Paul Y Church
The semi-annual presentation
of the -United Thank-offierine of
the Woman's Auxiliary will take
place during the service of Holy
Eucharist and sermon this Su 1
day morning at SL Paul's Church.
The-hour ott commencement is
During 'this service the Auxlia
ry will make the monthly Corpo
The usual service of Holy Com Communion
munion Communion will take place at six o'
clock in the morning and the
day's worship will bo closed with
Vespers and sermon at T p.m.
The Ven. h. B. Shirley, rector,
will officiate at all the services.
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Home Articles ;
FOR. SALE: One dining room
set, twin bedroom furniture,
mahogany foam maker mattress,
, gold incrusted crystal glasses 50
pieces, Chinese rugs, vacuum
cleaner, ebony marble top table,
household furnishing ship's dock
--tCelico Sexton, folding cot fr
mattress. House 0266 Gamboa
en bridge, g
FOR SALEi TV-RCA Vernon
24" Console, Very good, condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Balboa 2708. ',
FOR SALE) Chair,- mahogany,
occasional,' foam rubber, cush cushions.
ions. cushions. New $65.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3321, 0534-A,. Ancon.
FOR SALE:-1-1 Chrome dinette
table and 4 chairs. New Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, house No. 93. Tel. 3-'
FOR SALE Dark green rugs,,
9x12 and 6x9, 0855-B Balbos.
FOR SALE: 60-cyele refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $1 50.00 and 60-cycle 17
inch Admiral TV $115.00. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1579.
FOR SALE: Living room suite, W
consisting of settee, '-' 2 arm
chairs, 2 end tables, coffee table,
mahogany -with plastic uphol-
story.. Albrook 82-4142.
FOR SALE: 1957 Frigidaire.
10.4 ft., frexer chest, $350. Al Almost
most Almost new. Owner leaving. 0277 0277-A,
A, 0277-A, Gamboa, Phone 6-467, 'J
FOR SALE: 9' Frigidaire, 25 25-cycle;
cycle; 25-cycle; Lane cedar chest; side sideboard
board sideboard with mirror; occasional
chair; metal chair," child's tri tricycle;
cycle; tricycle; girl's bicycle., Balboa 2 2-1782.
1782. 2-1782. .
FOR SALE: Solid pine early
American living room suite,
desk, dining table, 2 captains
chairs, leather backa. Sacri Sacrifice.
fice. Sacrifice. Best offer. Pbone 83-2181.
Bible School Plans
Annual Bike Parade
The dates of the Vacation' Bible
School" at the Curundu Protestant
cnurcn are June 10-21. The Bible
School will be held in the evening
irom 0 to 8. mere will be classes
from the nursery department, be
ginning with-four year olds, and
running through the adult depart'
menu a 11111 schedule 01 atudy,
prayer, iBible stories, flannelgraph
stories, nanaworK, crafts, and re
freshments await each one.
One of the hlchlicbts of the Bi
ble School will be .on Saturday;
June 8. xnis.is the annual parade
sponsored oy tne church. Every
boy and girl is asked to brine
their bike decorated. The best dec
orated bike 1 will receive a prize.
Adults are urged to brine their
cars to furnish transportation for
the smaller children4. A s 0 u n d
truck will be on hand to announce
the Bible School. The parade will
be escorted for the" Military Po
lice.1- All .who plan on oarticioa-
ting in 1 the parade should be on
hand at the church by 8:30 a.m.,
Saturday, June 8. v
The' cost of the Bible School will
be paid for- by the church.' and
the offerings brought by the pumls
will be given to the Christian Doc-
tor s Fund here in the Zone, with
the money they will purchase
medical supplies to be used
their mission field trips.
The Curundu Protestant church
asks the public to support the
Bible School and attend with their
families for these two weeks 1 of
Bible study, fun, and craft work.
The announcements for the Cu
rundu Protestant Church will be
found in their church ad in to
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Alabama Jury Frees
Who Bombed Church
MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 1
(UP w A White Citizens Council
leader today t hailed the acquittal
of two white men charged with
bombing a Negro: Baptist,-' church
as a victory for segregation in the
South. f 1
.State Sen. Sam Englehardt exe
cutive secretary of the Alabama
Association of White Citizens Coun Councils
cils Councils ,..s aid the men "have been ac acquitted
quitted acquitted by 12 honest, God-fearing
men-it is indeed a shame t h a t
the Supreme Court of the United
States will not administer t justice
as these men have done." '
The Ilev. Martin Luther King
Jr., Negro integration leader who
inspired the successful 381-Day ci city
ty city .-, bus boycott by "Negroes ( de described
scribed described the acquittal as -'tragic,"
and. said it "can only lead to sthe
complete Dreaxaown ot law and
: An all-white jury deliberated on only
ly only one hour, and 35-minutes before
acauitting Raymond C. Bntt; Jr..
27, and Sonny Kyle Livingston Jr.,
19, of charges that they, bombe
the Hutchinson Street B a p t i s t
church; here last Janj 10.
.The bombings followed ; in ; the
violent 'wake of court-ordered bus
integration here. ; The city w s
plagued with dynamitings of sever several
al several Negro churches and ministers
homes an gunfire at buses. -on out-
lvlncr rnnlAa J i jy .-vc "..,-n
The: crowded courtroom explod
e4 With cheers vwhen Montgomery
Country; circuit Judge Eugene W.
Carter .read tb acquittal verdict.
Oral Roberts Film; "J
To Be Shown Sunday
Al Diablo Chapel
iThiS second in a series, of TV
films featuring the mternationa-
known ministry of Rev. Oral Rob
erts! will be shown at the Commu
nity Chapel of Diablo Heights on
Sunday evening, June 2 at 7:30.
1 Oral Roberts has achieved a u u-nique
nique u-nique place in the modern day
mmistry for his emphasis' on di divine
vine divine -dealine m .his. message. The
film, to be shown Sunday evening
will feature a brief message by
Pastor Roberts in one of his large 1
tent campaigns in the States and
show1 actual scenes ofr healing
lines and the crowds attending this
meeting, r,. .. .". I
Other jc, services of, the .day : wiu
include the Sunday School session
at .10 a.m. and the morning wor worship
ship worship hour at 11 o'clock. The Rev.
Carl V. Thompson, .'minister, will
be' speaking in the morning serv
ice. Community Chapel is located
on Rousseau Street across from
the School In Diablo Heights. .
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land Indians' .pitcher
Score, and his fianceo.
WcNamara. f reet r r-and
and r-and photograpnprs a.". ',
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St., Margarita, between 1 1 and 1
WANTED: Good" maid for
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iH. Ave. Peru 37-48 (upstairs).
WANTED: Experienced maid,
good with children, to live inj
Monterrey Apartments No. 5,'
Via Argentina. vm.
WANTED Maid to cook, gen general
eral general cleaning. Do not apply with-"
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se lease Street No, 1 8, Campo Ale Ale-re."
re." Ale-re." : WANTED.: Maid 'live in,
housekeeping, cooking, children.
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Illinois Students Jam Courts,
Plead Innocent After Rampage
CHAMPAIGN, 111., June 1
(UJP) University of. Illinois
students paid out thousands ; of
dollars in bond monev todav to
escape Jail on charges of join-
uis o.uuu nuters m a giani -water
battle." 1, .
The university, meanwhile, be
gan an investigation to get at
the causes of the student ram rampage
page rampage which swept from the 1 cam campus
pus campus through the twin cities of
Champaign and" Urbana last
night and early today.
University president Ddvld D.
Henry said rineleaders of the
semester end revolt might face
scnoot aiscipime as well as po police
lice police lustlce.
v The donnybrook started as
an inter-fraternity water fight
and ended as a battle royal be be-.
. be-. tween students and 150 .' city;
county and .state police'. The
police won when they sent the
, youths running : and weeping
with a tear ras barrage.
Fifty youths '' weres: arrested
and 32 Of them; all but three
university students. Jammed two
justice of the peace courts to
Twentj-Beven of the students
pleaded innocent to; charge of
unlawful assembly and failure to
disperse at the command of po police
lice police officers and the Justices fix-
ed bonds of from $250 to $300 a-
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trailers. Make offer. ABER ABER-NATHY,
NATHY, ABER-NATHY, Phone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: 18-ft. fishing boat,
twin 25-hp. Evinrudes, trailer, I
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3151 after 4 p m.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-423?. Harnett and
v- Some of the boys had already
telegraphed their parents for
bail money and had it ready. 1
Others found a -friend in "an
enterprising professional bonds
man, Morris Brown: who; set up
a desk with two assistants out outside
side outside the courtrooms and did a
land office business.
Two unlucky students couldn't
come up with. get-out-of-Jail
money and had to remain in
Others arrested included s
boy accused of hanging a dum-
. my of a state policeman out of -a
window, who owned up to it
'and paid his bond. But James
R. Blakely, Fairfield 111. hotly
denied charges that he drove
his car into a Jerson and was
held in lieu of $500 bond.
Three non-students 1 who Join Joined
ed Joined the riot for the fun of it were
fined $100 and' costs teach and
- Meanwhile, university students
settled down to the last day of
final examinations and Cham Champaign
paign Champaign and Urbana police were
getting an earful .over the tele telephone,
phone, telephone, t
f They said anxious mothers
were calling up from all over the
state, asking if their boy was
locked up and warning police
they had better treat their pris prisoners
oners prisoners right,
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Peruvian, Dutch and
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1957
FRONT AND CENTER Col. John P. Kaylor (left), outgoing
assistant chief of staff, G-2, U.S. Army Caribbean, salutes the
' officers executing "front and center" during the parade given
In his honor yestefday-morning at Fort Amador. Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. HarroldMcenter), commanding general, VS. Army
' Caribbean, reviews Sh troops with Kaylor Col. and Mrs.
J Kaylor will leave the command Monday, morning for Washing Washing-;ton,
;ton, Washing-;ton, D.C., where they will remain untjl Col. Kaylor's re'tire re'tire-,'ment
,'ment re'tire-,'ment July 31 after 30 years of service. They will then take
i'uP residence in Santa Barbara, California. Sgt. Frank Ortiz
J! (rignt), is the general's flag bearer. (P.S. Army Photo)
Compulsory Physical Exam
For PC Personnel Enlarged
Th nroeram of compulsory an
nual physical examinations for se
lected personnel or we rDm
Canal CompanyCanal Zone gov
rnment has recently been enlarg enlarged
ed enlarged and the program made more
comprehensive than it has been in
the past, it was announced yester yesterday
day yesterday at Balboa Heights,
f tinder th new Urogram, which
U effective today approximately
670 employei wilr r tak tne an
pnal physical checkup -r
('' i '"
vThi i mployeei'who vwtU how be,
Siven the examinkuons i n elude
lose in position! classified as GS GS-13
13 GS-13 or above, as well as pilots, mas masters,
ters, masters, locomotive crane operators,
floating crane operators, railroad
locomotive engineers, divers, po policemen,
licemen, policemen, lirefighters, sandblasters,
The right hand of fellowship will
be extended to a number of new
members at a reception service to
be held t the First Isthmian Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church tomorrow night.
' In addition to the reception serv service
ice service the ordinance of the Lord's
Supper will be observed at the
c'ose of the preaching services.
The pastor, Rev. S. 'A. Scarlett,
will officiate at all the services for
the day at the Atlantic side
spray painters and employes of
the Quarry and Crushing and
With the exception of policemen,
firefighters and pilots, a 1 1 em
ployes whose birthdays fell in
the months -from January through
May are not required to take this
year s examination, unless they a
erwise directed to dc so.
All policemen, firefighters, pi pilots,
lots, pilots, and the others. whose birth birth-days
days birth-days come, in the ,months.f rom
June through December, will be
placed on a schedule beginning in
June. In general, and with the
exceptions mentioned above, the
physical examination month for
each of these will be the month
in-which his birthday occurs.
Of Small Fruits
Minnesota's department of hor horticulture
ticulture horticulture has developed 64 varie varieties
ties varieties of small fruits which will
survive extremes of northern cli climates.
mates. climates. Leon C. Snyder, superintendent'
of the University of Minnesota's
fruit breeding farm, said more
than 60 per cent of all the fruit
acreage in the state is occupied
by the 64 varieties developed by
the farm. For one. the Latham
raspberry has meant millions of, "no bearing on tie court's deter-
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP)
Arthur Miller, playwright hus-j
band of actress Maruyn Monroe,
was found guilty of contempt of
Congress yesterday for refusing
to answer questions about a
Communist meeting he attended
Federal Judge Charles E. Mcr
Laughlin, who heard ,the case
without a jury, ruled in a 15 15-page
page 15-page decision that questions put
in Minor hv the House Commit-'
tee on Un-American Activities
were pertinent to its investiga investigation
tion investigation of passport abuses. I
Miller's attorney t Joseph L.I
Rauh Jr., declined comment on
the decision, which came on the
eve of Marilyn's 31st birthday
tomorrow. But he was expected
The prize-winning play playwright,,
wright,, playwright,, who wrote such plalys
as "The Crucible" and "Death
of a Salesman," technically
faces a maximum penalty of
one year in jail and a, $1,000
fine on each of the two counts
on which he was convicted.
Judges have held In the past,
however, that the act of con
tempt and not the number of
counts determines the sentence.
McLaughlin, whp did not fix
date for passing sentence, order
ed Miller continued free on $1,-
000 bond until then.
' Miller had declined to name
persons who attended a 1947
meeting 1 of V cpmmunist party
writers., V -.
He freely admitted attending
himself but said he could not
name the others on grounds of
"conscience." During his six-day
trial, which Marilvn did not at
tend,' Rauh argued that the
questions were not pertinent to
the committee's inquiry.
In a somewhat unusual move,
McLaughlin filed ; his decision
with the court Clerk without
convening the court to announce
it. Miller was not present when
the verdict was announced
The Judge said that "however
commendable" Miller's reasons
were for refusing to identify his
associates, they could not De
considered in judging the case.
He said the hearing were held
for a "legislative purpose" and
Miller was, called In that connection.
McLaugmin noted that he was
urged to take into account the
playwright's "frank and cooper cooperative"
ative" cooperative" behavior before the com committee
mittee committee except in the case of the
two unanswered questions.
But he said this likewise nad
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LONDON, June 1 (UP) Brit
ain exploded its second hvdro-
gen bomb yesterday at the
Christmas Island testing grounds
in the Pacific,,
A four-jet British Valiant
DOmber drdnnerl th hnmh The
iirss oom&, which estabUshed
tii nam as a tnermonuclear now
er,. was it off May 15. It also
was an air dron
The bomb yesterdav was rirnn-
u ttiwtuae aescribed
as substratospheric. .
Informed sources said that the
first bomb was not a finished
weapon capame or beinff dPH v.
ered against an enemy but that
the. one dropped yesterday was
a ueriectea weaDon wnirh enA
be transported to enemv territo
ry and dropped by a bomber.
A party, of 10 British newsmen
flown ; to Christmas Island ear earlier
lier earlier this week under conditions
or strict secrecy was believed to
nave witnessed tne. blast.-
There were no newsmen at the
OFFICERS OP the Congress of Civic-Councils are shown above with Gov. W. E. Potter dur during
ing during a call at his office yesterday when they congratulated him on the completion of his first
vear in office. In addition to a message from the Congress as a whole,, the representative :
brought messages from each of the Individual communities which make up the congress.
Left to right are; Cyril Atherly, tolls X. Fawcett, E. s. Oakley, Miss, Violet Henry, Governor
Potter and C. E. Haywood.-, 1 t s
dollars to the state's fruit grow
mlnation of the' defendant's guilt
or innocence'. .;
Dr. Popenoe Gave
To Farm Gains
Uf (REDE CALHOUN
TODAYo BELLA VISTA
"JCES: .75 .40
SHOWS: 1:00 2:50 4:50 7:00 9:T5 P. M.
WHAT-A- GUY WAYNE 1
In hia wonderful new pictur.
he play a rousing,'" '
reckless, romantic daredevil,
just the way the fans like him!
It's the thrilling, life-inspired
story of Commander "Spig" Wead
and bow he faced life with a
' laugh and a challenge!
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dan DAI LEY
MAUREEN O'HAR A
..WARD BOND ;
- m nujtK wcz raw rent h
mcmw KH TO mm WBH SCHKtt
The North American, whd prob
ably has done more for tropical
A.-I.- l -.u vfl
niuciit wifa muy outer single
person, has retired as director of
the Panamerican School of Agrir
culture at Zamorino, Honduras.
This news came to me on o o s t-
card, showing Zepnurray Hail, the
main Dunaing oi me scnooi. me
On June first I become Direc
tor Emeritus of the Escuela Agn Agn-cola
cola Agn-cola Pantmericans,. Our future ad address
dress address will be Calle de la Nobleza
No. 2, Antigua, Guatemala, C.A,
Wilson Popenoe." That is the fa famous
mous famous "House in Antigua," that
hat been the subject of a book,
and there could b no .lovnlior
house or place for Doctor, and
Mrs.-popenoe .to spend their re retirement,
tirement, retirement, r ',
The Panamtricsn School of A A-Oricultwro
Oricultwro A-Oricultwro is an educational In In-sf
sf In-sf itotion like no other in this
There boys from tropical Ameri
ca can get, free, three year' of
grass roots education in the gener general
al general subject of agriculture suited to
the regions from which ihi
The entrance requirements are
sufficient orimarv ami umiu.
education for the work given by
the school, and that the applicant
mi xus ianuiy oo not have enough
money to continue his education.
The boy must be poor to qualify.
r ,, cl ire Doarcr, jodg jodg-ing,
ing, jodg-ing, clothes and medical attention
iue Doyi must come to the
school at their own expense to
ui durance examinaUon.
Spm are given transportation by
"IHr government, or by their
fh6 co,mmuii,i' i f
"""" ana nitcn hike to it it-morano
morano it-morano about 23 mUes from Teg
ed to the school thif year that the
student, call them p.r.c.idisu,
fpsrachutists) because they dron
out of the clear blue and ilk
to be given the examination.
Yeathcr Or Noij
Thla wotW ropofl for tho
7 Howro tndinfl I a.m. today,
r eveawroe' ky Mto MoWolo MoWolo-cal
cal MoWolo-cal arW Hyoiortpfric Branch
m fho Paftom Canal Comatanyi
; lalboo Cristobal
The f h o o I has graduated
twelve totalling 4tf tu
, donttForty-four.wer graduated
this yaar, Throo woro from fak
- niffll. .V 5V..
ranama nasnad thirty seven
students gruaduated from the
school and some of them have con
tinued their studies in the U.S. it
is disappointing that Panama has
not more graduates. The largest
number, 140, comes from Hondu
ras, with Costa Rica second, 65;
Guatemala third 58. and 55 from
EI Salvador, all neighboring coun
tries. Other countries represented
are Colombia, Cuba. Ecuador Mex
ico, Nicaragua,: Panama, Peru,
Dominican Republic, and Venezue
la. , ;; ,?-,.' .,
These boys have been euducated
and trained by a faculty .: of ; ex
perts under the benign and un
derstanding direction of Pr. Po
penoe. ., ,- -V'.;' '-
They studied half a day ;.: and
worked in the fields and the dai
rfes, shops and other plants half
a day; xne course covered field
and food crops, horticulture, for
estry, animal, husbandry, avicul
ture, complemented by training
in butter and cheese making.
slaughter and preservation of beef
and pork products and the kind of
accounting needed by farmers.
A court In .English was re required,
quired, required, although most of fho In In-strvction
strvction In-strvction was in Spanish. -i
', The lack of text books and jour
nals on agriculture in Spanish
made English necessary and it al also
so also .came in handy when graduates
continued their studies in the Unit
ed States. The students also learn
ed from their own table to eat a
more varied diet than is custom
ary in rural tropical America. All
improved in health. But the most
important of all was three years
association with Dr. Popenoe.
SCXDAT, JCM S
For m Schools ;
Tuesday, June 4, win be the last
full day of school for the syiproxi
mately 7,000 students attending the
U.S. Schools ia the Canal Zone.
In the high eeboots and the Ca Ca-aal
aal Ca-aal Zone Junior Cnll th final
exmination schedule ia already in." attendance at the eomir.ence-
A boartonint fact, as shown
ky recent survey, is that, a;
majority of the students have
used tho training they got at the
school and that many own thair
own farm and are prospering.
Only; seven students questioned
in the survey were not 'engaged m
farming or teaching it. Many are
employed in" the Ministries of A A-griculture
griculture A-griculture in their home countries.
Others have continued their stu studies
dies studies in the United States and Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, one finishing his studies in
veterinary science at Perugia, I-
It would bo interesting If V
survey could bo made of Pans Pans-ma's
ma's Pans-ma's thirty-savon graduates. :
"Without yielding an inch of
ground in connection with our. al almost
most almost religious belief in vocation vocational
al vocational training," Dr.- Pooenoe savs."
we wish to refer with satisfaction
to the number of young .Latin A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans who are not c o a t e n t
with vocational training, but,, who,
after obtaining this, go ahead .to
earn a.B.S. degree, a M.S. degree
and even a doctorate. ; ..
"These youm men art fnrmina
the nucleus of future agricultural
science in our part of the world.
"We like to sit hurt inH v thinV
how easy it is to help the' smaU
farmer by civinz him twttr ni.nt.
ing materials: of cora' and beans
and rice and sugar cane and the
like. Hegets bigger crops without
greater cash outlay and no more
work. You can't beat that sort of
proposition. And it most certainly
is a-fine atart.'
Alter a few years the small
farmer, will have some money to
buy equipment and fertilizers.
But begin by giving him bit.
tor planting materials and potter
blood In his livestock, if ho is
prepared to' food his livestock
well. Not much use for bettor
blood if it is not fed."
' The Panamerican School nt A.
griculture not only makes better
farmers" of deserving and under
privileged Latin American beys.
but it also makes better itirn
ef them. That ia where the kindly
to cunsicrcraie interest of Dr.
and Mrs. Popenoe comes in. t
Dr. ropenoe, not onl knows fl
tropical American agriculture, but';
be also knows and has lived moxt
of hia life with the people of tro tropical
pical tropical America.
. The school was founded and is
supported by Hto United Fruit
Company wnder rho patronage ef
its president Samuel Zemurrty,
end the personal guidance of
his daughter, Mrs. Deris Stone.
Mrs. Stone has been and is God Godmother
mother Godmother of the school and i1js
(IP Sludenls Going
To Slates Offered :
Orieiilafibn At USIS
TThe U.S. Information Service will
hold a special orientation class for
students going to the United States,
whether through U.S. government
grants, private means, or' other
xne session will take place on
Wednesday, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m
at the US1S offices, 35-12 Avenida
.central, :s;ySu nh a ;:':.:
All persons interested in attend
ing have, been asked to register
witn Mrs. Olga Cadet ny telephone
(3-0340)- as soon as nossible. so
that special materials may be pre
pared ior eacn person..
racKets containing useful and
descriptive literature will be fiiven
to all students, and questions con
cerning student life in the -United
States will be answered by a nanel
of former students who have stud studied
ied studied in the V...yj''r'y.. i'. !.:.;.
There will also be motinii
tures depicting various aspects of
student life Jn the. United States;,
A brief communlnno
the Ministry of Supply in LoJ
.uiu u n? experimei
was carried Out desni
the opposition of Socialist nari
Prime minister Harold '. Mad
millan told the House of. Con
mons after the first bomb w-1
exploded thatv radioactive fallo'1
in the blast area was very littl
He ordered the tests to cm
tinue despite the opposition E
home and wild anti-RritiVi
! onstrations in Tokyo, on ground
mer iB5vs were necessart
to perfect Britain's stockpile d
Official evaluation of t.h hnl
"tS?' : wesenpea It ai
os,m,,uiKuy ua operationally
ucveu mj nave Deen a complete!
weapon Whlnh rnulrl ha ij.j t
the stpckpUe of Western nuclea
Yesterday's bomb apparent!
was tne weapon that elevated
Britain to a rant urltK, v. TT-it
ed States and Russia as a natioil
capame oi using thermonuclea
weapons in war. j
Red flevstnen Told
4 1 r r
Russia Has Bomb
Too Big To Test ;
MOSCOW. (UP nommiinlstf
Party Leader Niklta KhrushrW
recently told Communist news-i
men that Russia has f perfected
an H-bomb SO bi? that it. rannntl
be tested "because neighboring
buuiiLiics miKni aurier." auinon-
tative sources revealed today. J
sIt might smash the windows
of those countries Khrnshnhoir
oaia ia a conversation with viS4 viS4-iting
iting viS4-iting polish reporters two weeks
ago. The text of his remarks will
be published here shortly.
. A source who heard the con
versation ? denied that Khrushchev-
made any ref erenc tn t.h
size or type of bomb or to the
possiDiuty that its explosion
would melt the polar Ice ap.
"We wanterf'tn text orfM
bomb,rt t Khrushchev, said, J'but
decided ftgainst it because neigh neighboring
boring neighboring countries, might suffer."
THE TRUTH ABOUT FLYIIIG SAUCERS!
County T of Los Angeles.
State of California. Affidavit.
Every scene, every word,
every moment of this motion
picture is true. This is the
way it happened. Not a word,
not an Incident has been al altered
tered altered or "fictionalized. The
films : of the "Unidentified
Flying Objects" that you will
see are actual prints of the
original on the spot films
taken by the actual observers j
'and until now,, kept sedret!
from the public We repeat,
every Vene, every word, every
frightened moment is the
straight, unvarnished truth 1
Signature: Clarence Greene
and Russell Rouse; Subscrib Subscribed
ed Subscribed and ; sworn to before me
this 14th day of fApril, 1958.
Amelia C. Munay, Notary
Public in and for said County
and State. This documentary
will be exhibed SOON AT
THE CENTRAL THEATRE.
::-.V:V ": ,Adyt..'
f) o -o 5v g g
Jk. 1 f
Clanes will come to en official
end Tuesday afteraooa and stud students
ents students will -be dismissed antil 1 p.m.
Thursday, when they will return
for their report cards. The oolf
exceptioa te this ia the children
in kindergarten who will not be
required to rettm to school after
The schools win rwcMi Vtdnes
ments to bid farewell to tre frad frad-uates.
uates. frad-uates. Recently Honduraa Gv tra tra-meat,
meat, tra-meat, throuih Foreign J.'ter
Jorge Fidel Duron, decor' p"J Mrs.
Stoee and Dr. Popenoe 1 the
Order of Moratan.
One ether feature maVfs
that this ia not a trauurz
for future eirploye in t-
sivo agriculUiral operst
United Fruit Company. F
requirement test they
the students are given to
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dir. Sept 4. after the lotf sum-'stind thit they cin
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