The Panama American


Material Information

The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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US To Force Asia Pact

Even if Britain Balks

WASHINGTON. May 1 (IP)- tary staff talks largely il b
President Elsenhower tUatd review of requiremena h --b
today that the U e t Is ht be needed la.. .uthuit
pzensred, tf J~.efls to Aa.. .
.SotbaS~t Asi1*11 ll"!1*e a- Oln the ato=M-fOr-pfte plan,
pPl.t Ctowtuno-t irM' ther he a been w air of peWs,
w:t0out Sitalu. mu m In offieldl quanriwn ice
"r. "e".w... a' Blecretary of Steb ,ob.-OieWr
ur. asenhower '. told a 1Dulses o et ai "t-
news. conatemceh be.IsWit 6 MterV M. itwoit"P ft.l
flgre out now the u W tak on t nerd
mnl ht go ahe a a .flgte- bowedid not els on Is
ed way without .Rai r1"i- hopes that oame latOIataImp
body else on pernAion_ d developer n mts aay be 'gured
development ot bi stoma-for- OUt.
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aid that .* Austral and New e aeined 1 a U.Ite_
Zeaand are BrititSh Common- State CMh- (fit I ls-
Wealth countries mot. dieetly rtled l Whae) 8e1 tart-
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WHth AuaU, _itf.Zeatau A Paau eMM. CAmIN
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ola quarretea with MMl Arm-
stre,.. hti date, besmaS she.
wa itteltloag to several
eWN feum wh- o were there,
whoa ts amed to have
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th II.-Mta Clara and eon-
U.wto .ew quarel. anShe said
0* tl A = furious, and
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th.d a asked to be let out of
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St speed, snatced .efds, Randall H. Ford WS.
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lt .ArL to cut down Dorpthy W. Webb, and acluel
L Ift. Castr testified Egglestokn.

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I mpod on emiAw of h Pa.amA C eA -rivate.. 1 *hasWc ls.
Squ Goy mayfce o1f f In6 beyond remsytbn.
rnrr z a *toftowelInstoudof a
a adare, I think Some folhk hers tout might I r T.
&0"rtt 1 of th aBllm of Jluhts. In cOn the Uk;c .
.let'sQuote .prt.oft. It ays: "Con- prevent .w of vow
oea k..M a t.. ain t fa .ri t on. .Well ve'a a V 4

berk pal nothing ean set releabeo to the preoa uncle nor. udr b thio phigh
0't3lt' io" tae ysttorimIsa ffntso :oi4 '

Sm opbaa passed on It. hssetmber too, that h. ac.l lap. Thor; never van
ioBhas e wistd donly sne the present ad- aag aomit a
mepint aeretau to .rfaMhei A i

1itiud o loed dbMAN *pes
at lg ytJto b .ro hrne, et. s woa r ahd I tern, which.QWO. a. ---..p. ..
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km e W- g n t nothiny #4 G e 6 tide sr a lo; tr toter* M a S te Of t the
.fotn ftinx of retaliatory action It we --3 i tere n .
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newer.t-- i*i tm J~a -hnw X Cb Adarl *-- lin. dF You "; add o the a em ed

m, t r igi to. erohtmr s ,eo e oft o pre scrbe t omi sr m'dI n s e t i

'Johnt IN alp) aw 's w Xasu obi n A d tohe git hae Ah are"ibis.gof -.M.J naes o y s -at i -
ihatof eUNsI s sB B MwLl r d l F 0fferen .t ous om eto get ed .a e Dany t
*g "a S0at o' n u otfiaM the w tAlpao a A wao f.s iLue t s am -
Ue amsn wererions st0 enthe Ncrazy al Some ao.5 Th1d7 sens5c C IMommIe 0 -wabe
rsri. hrue I'mn one.o f ,,A d'b. o e t s y" o o #i f # i ii

mahTi Sr tOwevis oeve, .um at therrte t ed 0 lsiz thI oitI e. I f, 1" the gf.
ron p t aJou the o W,' ..w h "I:M0h*lces a) Bot a t c tam t u R o w it H t
OAuga, to fIs or Pro t ed .it. L.. w
.. a lf Ju orle Tvot, Am n : e m),u m' .rc4o e ash
t W9to lto ut eimt iha on 00'Fw how uto *.e gave s ,aim.m

?be dtoi. .whaIa -. of E _t- osoe work t G P .

'Zl, p ttle, ed and de One Of Droadwa '..famed song. ebo averaged over *15000 a : t, guj ss: P. t pate whl ,

Thean ia, onea Ot.U ir RIUSOeSI Dmttul ln t eu sents l a ntale .I ssJf A 8ig stoel Alas ts mo e f\\ fIt e at some ci t ffla iR
d Jmot meals to ca at* c tSotudyslY tez:h A Tk a2 Motdt. a s
tadayextntonrt.erC'". ',5 c%,o1a 1mer cang4 3 e. s the. a r 7 z s In., be- a mosey ni
Aretudte something musicalsh MI Y l sw nakw r e monthasatp. loury FordU; Goern Fran o tewCom
w oithe @rseos A nd then et o tevy or ie n husband s m 'tem ; law inrow Arrui ligrr n., uy q
S @ ategy plat wa, u, h p of governneat. edtr Mr. Jstle win. O. tsn he w re t Z n ..c. .atob, b d r. 1
rC n D uamas -o t" Cou) Ip n La" tfht'lU d -i, Ulaghe" In $ Fu 3e.
it ea veh09at bowrth rd 50 o0 terea 'lwheo lS recordn grk toos w The wind w s ma S D G A NCBat
Ncarges h6o110 BE projudicertr. H nt t. P aror-ranbDai svrWthis Sol e r ontmarw.alIto; Inot al mn. uiban Andthesn err. aoy ne w ofo. Nusba.. 'tIan diut. aa S 3W tAte ud, r.awy o d bw7 t,
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balloon and tastrument4 were
pttd over arlbault, Minn., at

An' airlne wasu epng an
eye n0 the faltlg Instruments
and a oruliha ground crew in a
uok iwau ready to recover
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The office of naval raemer
launched the balloon t .ae-nt
Ity Minnesota airport 1 aU
atte t to unlock ew tW
ofat the atomic world by @ending
the bag to the edge of the earth'
PTj~he b a was visible to the
naskedey, mIn in the mm
u t6 dlrted'ta scouion and
then Ite into MinsesoLta
thing, to collect data which will
reveal whether comioe rays will
have aerlom effect s an future
spaee travelers.
The balloon a equipped with
lato at a specified time, to
isthe .e de bbent.
balloon, which was made
I abut a tonth at a cost of
wptamstey 2jS", was Use

w" aout hal that of A human
prearatlons for launching
bhe B-foot long bubble were
beun hourt before Oas takeoff.
T1e deflated balloon was roll-
d out along a runway and
SOkr with helium. OB the
Sthe ga filled only about
I v.cent of the balloon's ezx-
pansion, but the helium -
ed and rounded out the a n

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said he walt with t Uip
and a notiemde hip inoo.

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DEAD Putnama DAIf, Jr., of
Larchmont, N.z M
University of -Co
art student, was tfein~ h to
death after an alluilt
at Chapelv mi.C.
believe he killed hnmel after
wounding two felkow tudent


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Hi. Higts Your Hospitayl'



Your Style and Fabric to fit you


Don't kid yourself, Mister!!

Go to a side street tailor
and you'll get a back al]
. ley salt. Nobody ,an per.
form miracles. You'll get
Jut what you pay for.

N tran* ta4hi*g a few d olar more its
wdylnnse iwr hg repeatlon wEU st
w sHIr.i eing quwalttfar rie.

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is pleased to announce that onef O'her
personal representative wUI be at .

From May 24th to 29th. ,
She will advise you on the correct't w 1
to keep your skin young aid fraeh Ioo '.J 0
She will also recommend the proper make-up
for-enhancing your own type of beauty.
IYF are conrdkaiy invmWed to conaOdu her wIhout
any obligation whatsoever. .

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mtaga ofsanud.
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lpn4 Iasist at it 'you we
gpio and said you were
"I'tILn Lity, the natives
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fame fibD'Ded ba he night
i ., the 5 Club. This is
S where Dean Martin and
' wa first got together, and
rN bu r atr InhOw
ta,- tlO ,bgIeit names in show

Wx.eng w- pinte
&ockd R c aabtbe o rn.
When that rs done, to 30 lob

Frank Sinatra played the Club,
drin SktIho aIay-witb prid, that
0111h ad a desk-fu l o offers,
a a mtter than he oul.
pa. But C came to Skinny's. And
Sophle Tucxar did, wtoo-"abe thinks
of me ms a on." Martin and Lewis
will Ie back thi summer. Vie Da.
mnonaeis a bgoai i headlinor. s t is
Frsn Warren. "They come out of
tricnusetlo," says Skinny.
-.H ha u l ed hin.eIf onto his
crute s and;jbredoff. There
wu:Ne' J~dlianker out front
, 11 wa6 t ielo to.

kwany D'Amato is sill good
iends with Martin and Lewis and
L aSed him ,about the rumors the
awpe aredmas were feuding ea
aid, yap, tle: ame d ebottlingPbt
b a 7y Jove ach other
th emS. of the battle was h
linancll split on their latest ab.
ie. AMd f.ovie money, as evety.-
booy know., Js reel money.
* W~~aL.was there,. he bill was
:tejabd b. two young comedians,
Pepper bvi s and Tony Reese.
They're definitely comers. Sample
of their htyle: "Mixed emotions
ownvb you lato your mothqr-
In.iW goeover a &-cUf-l your new

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r baling.: very Teln Days f-ar
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Prelude to

15 LUCI 'UIW Ul us

t awere ,rlo Itha mr ,i
Amtntralap ore @ '-
Australia. would- Iwd to mine
ueprl. half a mMflo tmns of rutia
onre a 'ar if she upply
otsuttnomin U. $. aeits pro.
duedor and lllng ad at
D.eset Are poorly Tid. Fewn'
big companies are yet .ctBenSd
In ufI-sale mining nd udeof.onn. '
ve us u g .

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Mielng tNL. oe-o te Aeuri.
lidi ton "any Autm J li
.ock ehap r wblh i Istes u
JBR41 I k-n camp
onn4aeant Pinut Head, neat n U
the Qcaad bder.
* Along the eaeOn Australia BS
beaches fro m Swansea in New
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pq i, telephonee f C.aboo 2-1453.
!UV jiand ndi" FOR SAL:.-1942 Pick-up, good con-
AMango dition, duty paid. Phone 2-5206
~taipa' e alb11~a 2- f oter 4 p.m.

.~.tu.i omuch. et .W. nted
EMirs $10; WANTED or general house-
S7 Prol oi. cl u to apply if not in
ScS.Mnr. J. Coin. 9080,
8 1th Stret. 'Smta Isabel & Roome-
vel, Colon.
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. fc which I allude read*:
-it i, the esUbltahed policy to require that employes of
^Br^ss asLfMsrtasit
SS^taoSmuSut activities In the Canal Zone and
e^erTatuna.tanoang and controversy may be avoid-
** ._-_ thia restriction la consistent with many
H^J3%&UX&* "he S restriction, on
the 5S.* abrldgln the freedom of the presa. I at of you
tut what li.
Rnme kentlca would ay thVi alnt much restriction. Well, a
^^ilirttaatlon haTSlrted only alnce the present d-
Wl^tl^^^t0chal!Se constituted authority, but I de-
t St Sot It her* If I want to hold my job. No other person na
lelther under the present regime.
Now Redeye. I don't know you. but I approve generally your
menu on the Pirwnnel Brewery, especially your recent re-
SSSfiMfftSmtiUH they tacted on your cowboyt and
ten^de*SonB'el Brewery alnt putthV no brake, on the
w. 1 .? nlu- of the nre-i and that to me la more lm-
SS&^BX SJ'JK "r Mlndt Da^ cowboy- or
Mat squeexere.
..,, -h.i. !, in the mad mood. Sadeye. I'll mention some-
- toixtoiarS* ha. my dander itching. Hue u It: the other day
t^anrwuncedth.i gasoline would be increased by 2c. a gallon
d ttit^h ItetSaa'egga. potatoes, margarine, etc.. would rise
well fiadeve this increase was not becaiue of an increase in
Kr^^auMUntSte thSr order for a price Increase. You won t
SttaS S^back-to this challenge because they know they
tantproro'their ease.
SaderVcan^mdaretand that ITe been driving at.
In conclusion. Sadeye. I think all of us U entiUed to four
task rlghU. to wit:
1) Freedom of speech,
XdSS of thVright to think and express our opinion.
The freedom from threaU of t1t[y.Jctlon 1 wa
fall, to conform to the program preacribed by thoae In
I reahse'that aenee of ua la getting a 86 percent ^erentlal
n arfor auch things as isolation from home, living in the
Poulc etc.."uV I wouldn't Mil my right to freedom of speech
TiOOO%. and pal. I alnt going to. 'cause rmJ^Jgttm
ED NOTE: This gaper Is not edited In Balboa Heights.
it's last that gnunsaatteal and typographical errors make It
IMk M ITtt; IsTAsiyesw who thinks the right new. Is not
J*H.rt-V tkr*aea thi Relihti at the right speed Is a welcome
iKidsirhir. at StiU. U remedy the ^coming.
cT.,7.1. mmi a. Paet k thi PanCan.l Pmm Office, with
wto wUIng can ..era, he ideeed late stralht answers
IVseiSrht!M-tl from as. Bat keep thU to yonnclf. Joe.
Wo deVt wahTthe*. thin te hear wire to aay extent oa
There woaS go their fendest lUsudsa.
I Answer to PrtWouo Puhi
Misting Words BEB ^
The has---- t "A straw
Setter-- Sladlgo
p thaneat" SaubordlniU
[g-BUw hut 4AlighU
1 i 11** Century pie
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KS2S- feathsred"
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II Drink slowly uttx t Foretellers
MMrerttea tBussian
MHsraldk llOetup
twasls tlSoawrUUve
SlTUfeeUvdty suenxos
33 Hereic poetry 17 Jeered
34 Grant 11 Feminine
MBovtee relative
3t------aad 21 Heaps
; ** IS Army
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Grain husk.
Break the
21 Pen name of 41
Charles Lamb 42
21 Coal tar dye
21 Fabrics 41
21 Kind of bomb 44
21 Indian ~
weight 41
IICnaracteristics .Sicily
31 Lea of mutton 47 Insect
JgTen years Burglar
OMuaacel (slang)
Peter Edson
WASHINGT0N- Ike U 8. aovawiaat in particu-
lar, *r\6 tut. American people in
jencril to put up with the dis-
ejtelul Army-McCarthy proceed-
s much longer will require a
utioii.l iortitude of the highest
Tou. h a real test of democracy.
If 11 r.-in uke thi. punishment, it
c.i. survive anything the world ha.
te offer, including Russian H
Tbir tarted out to be simple
inVtst:ir*ticii by Senate commit-
tee of tlit charge that undue in
llucntc we. used by Senator Mc-
Carthy and his staff to get an
Ar.ny roi.imission for C. Dsvid
Sctkine. now a drafted milit.ry po-
htt private It ha. since been in-
flated beyond recognition.
liisU'.d of a mere countercharge
'hat Scrretsry of the Army Rob-
ert r. bUvcn. had tried to use
liic bchiiiL case as blackmail to
prevent *: investigation of com
mii.iikin at Fort Momouth, N. J.,
enaur McCarthy ha. now broad-
intd ni. charges to include defi-
ance of Picaident Eisenhower, At-
torney Geiural Herbert Brownell
jna iBl Director I. Edgar Hoo-
Tai. situation has developed
fio n Vie ttteriy fantastic condi-
tious under which this probe was
Ml t trial"' ** Committee Counsel
Rsy M Jenkins sometime, calls
.1use this Get the picture:
Tiiu la probably the only case
in legal history in which two con-
llictinc sets of chsrges were tried
at the same time. Each of the
lilainbffs 1* thus also s defendant.
The jurythe Senate committee
is lio ut'ng as the judges and
18 ptusTuting attorneys.
bein'.or McCatthy. one of the
plaiUn-detcudsnu, may alao sit
with tee Judges and jury when they
reuic to chambers for consulta-
tion or clost d deliberations on new
issues brought up in the trial. Sen-
ator McCarthy alas acta inter-
chaneibly as withes., prosecuting
and defense attorney.
Counsel Jenkins, supposed to be
acting -s pio.ecutlng attorney for
uoih rides .n presenting thi. case
-o the jusiAS-jury, also advises the
chici justice and foreman of the
jury-Senator Mundton the rul-
ings and imerpretations of law he
shoulil make.
Roy Cohr. ccunsel for Senator
McCarthy, is also s codefendant
in the charges filed by Secretary
Stevens et al. John Adama, one
of the secretary', counsel, is alw1
a codefenaant ir. the charges filed
ty Stnatoi McCarthy.
And as ii thia situauon un t
cockeyed enough it is further com-
cockcyvd enough, it is further com-
plicated by the bility of Senator
McCarthy to change hi. complaint
ana enlarge hla charge a. the
trK'i goes on.
It tvfuid be Impoaaible for any
group of meneven if they had
ail the wisoom possessed by chief
justices of tne U. S. Supreme Court
Irom John Marshsll to Charles
Evens Hughesto come to sny
clear decision under these crazy
Tills was obvious at the begin-"
.ling to several senators who tried
to side!tack the whole proceeding.
They were convinced that the in-
veiiiguti-iu would prove nothing
.m accomplish nothing. But they
were net listened to.
The honorable committee is now
so wc/"n up in itf own red upe
thai it doci-n't know how to get
ut o it predicament. At least
e serious attempts to end the
...tints have bogged down.
There is, perhaps, one as yet
unuicn means to bring this sorry
cands! to sn end. This Is for Pres-
ident Kistnhower himself to csU
> all oaitiea eoneerned and de-
na;id a t,uick aettlemet
He mieht even dictate something
arasuc: Send Private Schine to
the most remote Army base on the
. Auk both Cohn end Adams
to resign. Disseise both sets of
riurues without prejudice snd
witjout rt-course And then get on
with th* business of government.
Pre.-ider.l Eisenhower started to
mad about this situaon at his
press cobfcience on April M. A
week !atc. be apologixed and said
he miett hai further questipna.
However, since then he has given
sor.e pretty pointed answers to
nresa conlcrence questions.
I. is only fair to wonder, how-
,vti, whai Genetal of the /umies
Ovii(iit 1) Ciaenhower would pave
jo x II his wartime staff at Su-
prime heroquarters. Allied Forces
in Europe had started qusrreliag
imwn themselves.
General Eisenhower did not hesi-
tate to take disciplinary action
against the late Gen. George S.
Patton when he slapped an Army
?.vaU In a hospital tent in Sicily.
spokesman for General Eisen-
hower reported then that be
ripped the hide off Patton."
Plus Ultra Club
To Offer Concert
Next Wednesday
The Plus Ultra Club of Rain-
bow City will sponsor a concert
entitled. "The Hour of Rhapso-
dy,'' at the Bbenetcr Methodist
Church next Wednesday at
The concert la In aid of the
Cativa Methodist church bund-
ling fund.
Present-Day Houdini
BeJT^e Avmf
keeps now haee an alias for Micky Jos-phmt Baker adopted a Jap-
rinn... Call them Tom O'Tooles ... .%sc infant Why didn't the Grand-
Oiir nt (. David Schine's pret- rheic. are about 23 million native- under adopt one of the many
ties 1 tevnsge dates (PJt.) may no.a Americans with at least one thousand of Hariem youngsters
be' suop ns'd by the Army. She parent who was born in a foreign who ne#d what her money could
was one of a dinner party at which .ar.d Monogrammed "hterry- provide? Morton^Downey wd
there was "a conference" ... wancas" debutted at wver.1 Sut- S. Billingsley .old S bldga on 56th
Coiiel A^m. p.ld Roy Coha for to/. Tl poddies ..'.J>r. G Sher- war Park Avenue) totJl*: N V. theater-fight tickett wood's attractive friend at the man. Pi ice $350,000. A theater will
l^noitth. bVforeXHe^gs: "I swank Chambord was Oregon Sen. be eiected .Carl Brisson the
may." Tt explslned. "hsve to do Morse's aghtr Judy. star desperately ill at Abbot Hos-
setnethtng 1 aWtUke to do to you ------- ?Wl. Vdnaespolis. will be dis-
ri win m be able to aay I Secy of Army Stevens testified charged shortly Oopsua! We
Jidnt icceot any gratuities" ... th-t he bad "a cup of coffee" wonoereo if T. L. was Frances
Mr Adsm testified his favorite oa Sepi Wth) lor breakfast at Lan^ord's new romance The in-
newstaperaNewYorkone. The ike Waldorf-AsWia spt /Mrs. ituls are L. M.... Godfrey, (the
aw favorite of the late Dutch M^tr S.
Sf Strth Miw*ainotdrat itait^
mother of David gazettes reported) will undergo
breakfast con- nurce.-y again. After all the un-
Mrsfc ckbine ki.-d cu'.s be won't mind one more
FPU want .. Ex-convict ''publisher'' Ssm
.. Time is Roth (The Louse of Lewi.burg) got
en efllyuml.t terrific sr tila eking in yeaterday'a
Honor Geo. Sokobky. One of its reporters n. Y. Er.quirer ... On Bway
market news would be made'by naive
IT. a: Gvpaam. On that date \be youi
stock was around 00 .., U preaai
wik it rliitrd at 154 Honor Geo. S__
Coc Valpk Marun'i fountain pen ked us if Sokolsky followed (Phoiiv Msnd) s phony is one who
(a nib poiBt) with his name on Meant paper policy "He wa. c,n"t tike success untes, if. Us.
Itwas found near his murdered writing t.i- same enu-commy atuB .------
esuauU wife. Police tests con. on the Y. Sun before he worked heaCers sUege that "Three Coins
clusively prove he hsdn't used that lor Hearst." we reminded .^One ,n the fountain' Is oof ly similar
in over two months because Wasb.ngtoi. paper wants an oppoai- t() Red S.ils In The Sunset' ;
cluJSo letters of aaorauon irom h.rtianoos ruoeeway" ... j.
in a gushy girls all over the land. Some Cameron Swayse's safety slogan:
Fall, age H (ouch Schinenanigans!) "Don't drive like you own the
Berber ~ roaJt dnvt like you own the car!"
ois police memorandum book notes Uon leporler (to be forced) to re- ,^r't Stay Mad At You is oract -
(during that period) were made va* his source-over acquiring a c,iy ti.r twin of the old hit. I
with a different type pena baU- copy ol tost W page memo cried For You." and other aound-
McC^itny staffers' fan mail in- auke ere "Kiss of Fire and
child letters of adoration from "Hernandos Hideaway" ... J.
Judy Garland ran Star
liroacwav musical next
^"^-"g^S^ISR Tic Nine MOlion t mark wa, "r-hG* So Lonely" (he song)
dghtr Lorraine, a lovely girl.,and n.hed by the Runyon Jund .. Pjllnisjd iU name to "Oh, Baby
a^ort Meode'GI blent? any hour Joe law /1 will included a W aitrr landing on TheMt
or ha'f they? Evs Gsbor and betjutst u> the fund .The con- p,raoe. Now No. 5 ... London
a Chicago commentator are tth- test, broufcht to a nuhntrlng ... Tungsten heiress inuBer sparked by the 35 000 HaveL, ^^ the toimer "Tudl
LTa Wni toUows Guy Mitchell to checa from The Guilstream Tolp simp-on oi the U.SA.) will settle
Englard. Merger? Morgan BaU irom which we got the CadU- Mngs u- of court ...
Ferrt (uartner of the late Dudley lac Fldorido convertible as 1st --------
* MnMie^dropped deed. Very Prise The Newspaper Report- Tae Junor Achievement Future
wealthy He wastaken to the ers Ass n of NYC turned over unlii. ied ave bronxe medallions
"sa'S&.'sras! zs&?^"s*' *" x.^^wjixj!.
over $4.000
------ iu jiinri.vuin nn-J mam* w
Jonn like" at a banquet in the Waldorf
of Kent has a big romantic secret. Farpas tof the Suffolk Downs .v,toria .500 delegrtei1 (represent
V track bostua) sent his annual offer- nfc 2s 000 nigh school student in
He is p.lamour-guy Demetrios Vil .
.n now directing dialog for Doria'iny t.45,000) ... 43 cities) met last August
Days flickers and the arty Laguna .. at Miami University, O x f or d
Beset Tntatei or the coast ... RUdy Y^rk ex-home-run -hitter (0;ii0( end selected the fol-
One 0! Broadway's famed song- (he sveraged Over $15.000 a year |ow.nt,: Ii. Business: Beni. w.
writers (cjmooser of s long-ago tor 13 years in the major leagues) Failles. M U S. Steel; In1 Indus-
musical show with msny com- now n ake'. $150 per month as a Uy. Henry Ford, II; In Govern
mies) is now a "weerdie." "Atv fire Ljfhtei in Georgia ... I111 Be mcat; lhe late Senator Robert A.
*vs" Ute childr-n. Rich *-s RcckefeUer" item: A new rtft; i tducatloo: Dr. Milton
_____ Une oi bow-ties are named Bo-Bo s Eicnhowei; In Sports: Ben Hogsn.
Theresa Brewer the recording ... "Gone With The Wind" still Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella
tar must not kiss a feller on blrws up nurricane. Sold over six anrf Rock., Marciano; In Entertain-
t'eev'y or vice-versa. Husbands million to date an two new edi- ,aent Arthur Godfrey, Perry
edict Mi. Justice Wm. O. ttons were Just published .. Sid Co no, ana Eddie Fisher; In Re-
Dudklas (oi the High Court) keeps Barum Ui with two big od wells. (Jit'on- Bishoi Fulton J. Sheen;
in trim when here) hiking from Also 'losed a ten million realty t hews Commentary: Walter
th* Yaie CluL to Grant's Tomb chsln Store deal. His Spring waa a Windi'j'i.
and back .. Paradox: The Stran- little Oily this yesr ... News My anot'igje. for not being able
aers a new vocal group, has its .'mi 'Russians Claim Their Cows ro attend Busy at the Washing-
itnt'click in ditty named "My Bsvt In World" (Point of Udder!) wt KppjGtoine Thanks very
Friend" Sanny Gale's big hit, .. Ft om Uie May 12th Dally News much .. 1 know i don't deserve
"Call Ofi ire Wedding," was ban- spurts otgt: 'Boston 2, Bklyn 0 K But of your wish to be like
.icd in ol all places. Reno..... 'Jhe Bostons moved to MU- memy gresieat smbitionis to
Once ar Irishman Alwaya: Bar- waukee. Xv* anap out of ill be What You Think I Am.
WASHINGTON.. Senator Hen-
liricksun oi New Jersey, Republi-
can, made a speech oa the senate
floor the o-her day which did net
get too much attention in the press
but which did get a tog of atten-
tion among his colleagues. What
he said wee that when he viewed
the- McCartny-Arsoy hearings and
curtain Senate "investigative" an-
tic-, "the public good might be
seived li the Senate could find a
hob. into which all Ms members
couid crawl."
It happens that Senator Hendrick-
son is in an excellent position to
talk about the McCarthy iavestiga-
tlou. Because for two year, he sat
on an investigating committee
*hieh patiently and pain.takingly
sifted evidence regarding McCar-
tny hin.seif. his bank records, Ua
concealed pecul.tlng actlvitle,
Jie money he received to fight, the way be used
some of that money for his own
personal gain.
In tie eud Hendrickson and col-
leagues wrote the most damning re-
port ever produced on a fellow
ienjto- erniy to have it gather
dust in toe file, of Attorney Gen-
eral Biownell.
00 .'t can be understood why
Hendrickson feel, like crawling into
s hole when be now the kid-
glove treatment, the careful con-
ideraUon and gracious courtesy
givrin to tn.k aame senator he in-
The McCarthy report which Sen-
aU.i Hedttrickson helped write two
years ao was not well publicised
.n the t>ress at the time, and short-
ly after McCarthy' friend, Senator
jeuner of Indiana, became new
iiead of the Rules Committee with
jurisdiction over the government
printibg office, it became impos-
sible tn buy copies of the dyna-
mite-laden report. They simply-
disappeared. Tne government print-
in; office, will tell you they are
out 01 stock, and a copy at a sec-
one! hand bookstore u worth a
small fortune.
.However, I happen to have one
of the first -copies printed, and
irom 't me taken the following in-
cicstuu' nighiights of Joseph R.
Mccarthy strange financial ten
Prior to McCarthy's campaign
igalnrt Co-nmunism, he was in
constant hot water with his bank,
the First National Bank of Apple-
ton. Wts Ai one time in 1946 he
owed the bank $17,02. Though
tbu> had bet-n reduced by varying
a mourns, the Senate committee's
investigation clearly showed that
stoCat Jsy't financial problems van-
ished after he started his cam
paign against Communism.
lie Senate Committee also
raised doubts as to whether money
given him to tfight' Communism
was net used for toe senator', own
pocketboofc interest instead.
The report .bowed, for instance,
that McCarthy's bank deposits at
the Rigg National Bank where be
banke.1 in Waehington, together
with tire oeposits of his assistant.
Ray Siennas, "incressed contem-
waneoualy with the advent of
McCarthy'., fight' to expose Com-
munists. '
in tcur rears, 1048-1952, the com
initiet reported, McC.rthy depoai
ted $,7,2318 ib the Riggs bank,
whiie aaautant Ray Kierma. de-
positen 0rf,2i6.26. During thia
same period McCarthy's Senate
salary -ves only $50,000.
Or this, the Senate
noted, SW.000 of McCarthy's de
posits were in cash, while $29.592.52
wet frorr "unidentified sources."
During tne same period, the cash
lerosiit of Ray Kiermas touted
}29,30, n.oit of which was in
amounts over $300.
The Senax Committee went to a
lot of work to track down part of
this money. It found that some of
1 came ircm people whr said they
diaa't ore how McCai.hy spent
it, but much came frcr.i people who
Jelinitely expected him to spnd
tiie.t money to fight Commun. w.
Frank Porter, pie ident of toe
Fain-roner Drilling Co., of v aa-
homa City, was one who told Sen-
ate icvesttyators he placed "No
stilngs' on the $500 he gave Me*
on the other band, Chaig Sheaf.
let president of Sheaffer Pens,
who later rerved as Eisenhower's
assistant Secretary of Cosaeaerce
ami resigned after the Dr. Aetin-
Burca-j of Standards row, gave
SI,CM because of McCarthy's 'tight
againsv Communism." Various
uther givers attached the same
iiiingt, causing the Senate Cent-
nittee to comment: "The money
shoulo have beea deposited as a
trust fund."
Lot the contrary happened. In-
stead, the committee found, there
was "no connection between many
of the disboTsemet. from this ac-
count and any possible anti-Com-
munist campaign."
Specifically McCarthy used this
fund river, him by the public to
pay 57,300 on his own income
taxes: Si;* to give Ray Kiermas
whsn ni. bank account waa low;
another check for $200 when an-
other bank account waa over-
drawn; and $500 to .peculate en
the soybean market.
The soybean speculation was one
of the moat orasen uses of ami-
Communist tunda cited by the Ben-
ate Committee. The money used
by McCarthy to attempt to enrich
his own oockst included $50 taken
from hi< "genets!" bank aceeunt
inte which anti-Cornmuaist money
hac bcea deposited; plus $700 and
$3,000 loaned him by Mr. and Mr
Alvin BenUey.
Mr. Fer.iley, now congressman
from Michigan, badly wounded by
a Puerto Rican, told committee
invest-gators. his money was ad-
vanced for the purpose of fighting
Communism, and he would be dis-
appointed if McCarthy "had used
it lor gan bung or to advance hit
peiseeal financial condition."
However, what McCarthy actual-
ly did was to establish a $10,500
special account at the National
Savinga and Trust in Wsshingtoa,
asing $10,000 from the Bentiey,
p\u* $500 from his Riggs' general
account. Then he had hit secretary
(now Mrs. McCarthy) traasler
$10,000 of the $10,500 to the Con-
tinental Illinois Trust in Chicago
payable to McCarthy's old friend,
Henry J Van Straten, county su-
perinieadent of schools at Apple-
ion. Wis.
Van Straicn, in turn,, endorsed
NcCarthy '* check to Wayne, Hum-
mer, and Co., McCarthy's brokers.
They in tun. bought 30,000 bushel,
of soybeanson margin.
This was in October 1950. One
month late:-, the soybeans were
sold, and Van Straten, receiving
a check from Wayne, Hummer,
endorsed it to Joe McCarthy. Joe,
In turn, deposited it in his own
general account In the Rigg. bank.
"Why wa. it," asked the Senate
Committee, referring to the $lo,ooo
"deposited in Sen. McCarthy's
general account?"
This 1st part of the strange
story of Senator McCarthy's fi-
nances given him in larre nart
to combat Communism. More of
the McCarthy story will be told in
an ea-lv column.
A nervous breokdown Is 6 con-
dition brought on by trying to do
today's work ond tomorrow's woe*
rying ot the aome time, .
"Too bad the wolf didn't eat Little Red Riding; Hood-
would have been a swell television mystery!"

j Huge 'Operation Clean Sweep
Now Underway In Washington
Several Old Vessels Put Up
For Sale By Canal Company
, May 19 (NBA)
laaac spring clean-
ired \f Secretary of De-
. Chama WlUoo, h project
called "Operation Clean
The neat glgi
IT w under way
Ua goal: to dear oat an esti-
MS biwon worth of obsolete
eetapment and Just plain Junk
Irosa ntiu1-1' of military ware-
beus-.s and depot* around the
Omm the moat unbusinesslike
procedan* in the defense estab-
lishment, the former bead of Gen-
eral Motors diacoTered when he
became boo* of the Pentagon, wat
the habit of commandera. to ac-
cumulate tig stocks of Juat about
everytbiac they could lay their
beads on, (rom paper eUpa to an-
chor chain*.
to hat further amasemant he
discovered that only the Nary had
a vague ista of hat it had
aisshsil away in warehouses and
neuag 'n Junk yards.
Nofthar the Army or Air
Perca cooM oaaae tm with erea
A sraMsataary stacy b
by Wibon showed that the guan-
thy of santos wss fantastic, tht
million* of dollars were being
wasted in atengo space and.
wont of an, the Jjmk was puini
as at i uncontrolled rate.
Wilsor ordered a rigid account-
ref system and taventory control.
Ana he started Caean Sweep to
clear everything that wasn't need-
ad to keep the services going or
aaraM seawksepsr, waa wsi*-
Mtaa to ceortaate the atsaossl
of akeaas all service*
tlsteriel declared exceutf of-
lerod first to tita other services,
Bofa* ......... 59.00
Arm chair.....19.00
End tablea..... 9.50
Complata bada .. 48.00
Dressers....... 15.00
Nite tables..... 9.50
Wardrobe*..... 25.00
VanWos ....... 25.00
Dining Room
Tabla-4 chaira .. 49.00
China Cloeeta ..* 19.00
Buffeta........ 15.00
Desk.......... 12.50
Office chairo .... 6.00
Dinette tats .... 27.00
Rookors ....... 6.50
Wickar seta .... 49.00
Gas Stovee.....69.00
and many other brralas
to complete sets and
Individual pteoea.
The vessej Wolcott. the tug-
boat Limon, two hopper scows
No. 108 and No. IOS. the quar-
terboat, La valley, two Rasollne
launches and a derrick barge
are being offered for sale by the
Panama canal Co.
Bids on the vasela will bs re-
ceived at the office of the super-
intendent of storehouses in Bal
boa and tar the procurement or-
near in New York City until
10*0 a.m. June 3S.
The Wolcott, originally a coast
guard cutter, wag buOt la Bay
City, Michigan In IMS and was
acquired by the Panama Canal
in 1981. She is 100 fact In length
and has a speed of 10 knots. She
carries a crew of nine and has
sleeping space for seven parsons
In addition to the crew's quar-
The Llmon waa built by the
Brunswick Marine Construction
Corp. in 1942 and has an over-
length of 100 feet. She has two
cabins and crew space for 10
Both scows were built at the
Newport News Shipbuilding Co..
In 1907 and were decked for use
FOB SAI*. SLIGHTLY USED: Nary torekeepeir John Woods
lines up a display or samples or deep-sea diving equipment tne
Navy's putting on aale in drive to dean out useless stores.
next to the civilian sgencies, then (
to chirltsble and educational in-
stitutions and finally for public
The great balk of tt t* useless
to the ether- ageadea aad It be-
ing sold far whatever It will
During the first three months
of 1994, $438 million worth of ma-
ny thousands of different items
were declared excess. Out of thst
only $19 million worth was clsim-
ed by other sgencies and SIT mil-
Loa worth- given to public organi-
Sont of the stuff Is still being
processed, but $317 million worth
original costhas been sold,
bnngmg to the U.S. Treasury $18
million in cash. And the experts
consider this a pretty good retara.
The biggest ssving is on ware-
house and yard space. _____
Navy Scientists Send Balloon
23 Miles Up Over Minnesota
FCC Chief Sends
letter In Braille
To Blind 'Ham,' 9
Federal Communications Com-
missioner Robert T. Bartley sent
a letter In Braille today to John-
ny Pearon, a 9-year-old blind
"ham" radio operator in Atlan-
Bartley said be read a recent
Atlanta Journal story about
Johnny, one or the country's
Cingest amateur radio opsra-
"It made me feel good,- he
said, "and I wanted to encour-
age the little fellow." -
He had the Ubnry of Con-
gress prepare In Braille a copy
or his letter wishing Johnny "afi
the luck in the world."
"Tour interest In radio, and In
mechanics and electrical devices
aa well, must afford you a full
and adventurous life," Bartley
wrote the boy. "Perhaps you will
be a great inventor some day!
aa vehicular ferry barges in
1940. They each have an overall
length of 127 reet and a light
displacement or 884 long tons.
The quarterboat La Valley,
formerly the craneboat La Val-
ley waa built in Scotland in 1887.
She la 167 fast long snd has a
displacement of 113 long tons.
The gasoline launch Ray was
acquired by the Panama Canal
Co. In 1937. She is of wood con-
struction with a copper bottom
and has a length of 30 feet. The
Ray is licensed to carry 28 pas-
sengers and 1* powered by a 300
horse power gasoline engine.
The launch Heron was built
by the Panama Canal and plac-
ed In service In -1938. Only the
wood hull with cabin la for sale
since she la completely stripped
of engine, shaft and propeller.
Barge. U. 8. No. 300 is 180 feet
long and 34 feet wide. It was
built by the ster P. Alexander
Co. and la for Bits complete with
derrick equipment and derrick
The Wolcott. the Llmon, the
La Valley, The Bay and the two
scows are located at Gamboa.
The Heron la located at Gatun
and the barge Is now at Mira-
flores Lake.
'Vicious' Gunman
Joins FBI Lbl
Of Ten Most Wanted
Joi.n Alfreo Hopkins, described a
s 'vindictive and vicious" gun-
man, joined the FBI's list of "ten
most wanted rogttives" todsy.
Hopkirs escaped last Nov. $0
fro mttm Arizona state orison
where he waa serving a life term
for tha murder of apolicemsn. He
is waiitac* by the FBI for "unlaw-
ful flis'it to avoid confinement for
murder.'* .,
T.'ie FBI warned that Hopkins
may be srmed with knives snd a
lian srd mat he might "kill with
alight provocation." It described
him as 5 feet, 10 inches tall, ISO
pounds, m e d 1 u n complexion,
orown luir and blue-grey eye. It
siiu he walks with a slight limp
and a noticeable hip motion.
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MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., May 19
(UP) The world'a largest un-
manned balloon, big enough to
cover a football field, soared to
a record of nearly 23 mllea above
the earth yesterday with instru-
mente to explore the mysteries
of cosmic rays.
The giant plastic bag was
launched by the Navy early in
the morning and combed 'to
117,000 feet by arternoon. At 3:45
p.m., a tripping device released
a precious 80-pound packet ol
recording Instrumenta by para-
The helium rilled balloon
then soared up another several
thousand reet berore bursUngln
the rarifled atmosphere. The
balloon and instruments were
spotted over Faribault, Minn., at
the time.
An airplane was keeping an
eye on the railing Instrumente
and a cruising ground crew In a
truck was ready to recover
The giant bubble, large as an
18-story building, broke the old
record or 111,000 reet ror un-
manned plastic balloons. Some
rubber balloons have reached as
high aa 140,000 reet, but were
sent up ror altitude records on-
The office of naval research
launched the balloon at univer-
sity ol Minnesota airport in an
attempt to unlock new secrets
of the atomic world by sending
the bag to the edge of the earth's
The big bag was visible to the
naked eye, gleaming in the sun
as it drifted into Wisconsin and
then back Into Minnesota.
Scientists hoped, among other
things, to collect data which will
reveal whether cosmic raya will
have serious effects on future
space travelers.
The balloon was equipped with
a device set to tear a hole in the
plastic at a specified time, to
start the descent.
The balloon, which was made
in about a month at a cost of
approximately $2,500, was use-
leas after one flight. It was made
from a special, strong plastic,
called polyethylene. Its thickness
waa about hall that or a human
Preparations ror launching
the 282-foot long bubble were
begun houn berore its takeoff.
The deflated balloon was roll-
ed out along a runway and
"rilled" with helium. On the
ground, the gas rilled only about
3 per cent or the balloons ex-
pansion, but the helium expand-
ed and rounded out the balloon's
form as it rose higher Into the
atmosphere. ..,
With a capacity of 3,800,000
cubic reet, it was a slightly larg-
er model of another giant bub-
ble which waa unsuccessfully
launched In September. 1950.
The first balloon was torn dur-
ing the preparations and float-
ed only about 100 mllea at a low
Both balloons were made for
the Navy by General Mills.
The launching aa kept secret
by the Navy becOuse or what a
spokesman called the "embar-
rassing" situation Involved In
the first attempt in 1950 when
newsmen spent three nights at
the airport before the unsuccess-
ful launching.
At the 120,000-foot altitude,
99.8 per cent or the earth's at-
mosphere was beneath the in-
struments. At lower heights, sec-
ondary radiationcaused by the
collision or "primary" rays with
oxygen, nitrogen, carbon and
other atmosphere elements-
sets In and distorts observation
of the rays.
SQUEEZEOpera star lily Pons leem*
tobVsStamiriTbdgHotTie conductor Mw Rudolph pull.
on Ihar^Sset atrtngsTbi Atlanta, Ga. lor a performance of
^cu"ihTwas persuaded to try on thcorselt and pantaloons
v worn by vjrtsn Leigh in "Gone With the Wind."

DEAB Putnam Davis. Jr., of
Larchmont. N.Y.. a brilliant
Univerelty of North Carolina
art student, waa found ahot to
death after an all-night beer
drinking party and card game
at Chapel Hill. N.C. Officials
believe he killed himself after
wounding two fellow students.
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