The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00786

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Cro~i t5cur E -of chickeri-pox, Is Lonny WIiua,
mintel^ ;ct Islaind'of AUfildl. Twenty-four cam of the
I l Were flwn down yesterday from Panama, the gift of a
local. dg company which donated the medicmn. after it was
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nunlist to provoke dleturbanesr
at Oatholic churches.
The arrests were announced
lust night by police at Eva Per-
on (formerly La Plata)h .
They saidlre quan es o.
goeernment leaflets and
we AMzed in t e
roladup of el je g oe
Identified the
yr s ear-old mechaiJose
M I lesteros, described as
an nan
nuau m.Ember of the Coram-
hO i the day, federal
judge Carloes Gentile or,.
the release of the last
36 persons detained for
tloning in eeneetlon wit the
rlotng June t aMroend the
metro tan cathedral and
eurns n downtown Buenos
t Alra,.
Some,420 Cathollos who took
refu_ bin the archbishop's pal-
ace er a mob attacked the
Cathedral were arrested.
C.eanwhi the Argentine gov-
enment and the Roman Catho-
lic church wer believed to be
paviLn the way for a settlement
of their seven-month-old dis-.

Knock, Knock
BELFAST. Northern Ireland,
June 27 -(-1 -The auctioneer
was knocking down the ladt ot
at Belfast aupton house yes-
teo y with the words: "GoQng,
,", _?We."_


the possibility of such negotia-
tions, indications were tht te
government of President uan D.
Peron had adopted a conlato-
ry attitude towards, the church
and was willlag to 'give Roman
Catholics full guarantees ior the
exercise of their faith. .
All Buos Ares church re-
opeed f services aunda, In'
el*d .os that were burned
ba intor the abortive June
1 revolt against the govern-
ment.
Special services were held to
atone for recent desecration of
the churches. Ample poi"e pro-
tection was provided against
extremists and there were no
disturbances.
In Cordoba province, one of ta
Argentina's major Roman Cath- J
olic strongholds, provincial po-
lice allowed all Catholic Action D
centers to reopen on direct or- w
der from the Interior Mnistry. co
At the same time, Cathollc w
spokesmen reiterated that the I
church Is willing to accept
100 of Its position as the off I-
CI state church, providing It
Involves only economic
ehurch-state separation with
out affeeting any morl prIln- I
Foreign minister Jeronimo Re-
morino, who is in charge of A
cnurch-state relation fs known /
P -avor% tsettleai mf e is- '
cue though peaceful .negotla-.I
tions. ,
however Remorlo's ftostl.on T
~w&.oH-e olarlfwls( hurfProf. W.


PC. JORDAN METZGER (right), 7440th AU Headquarters De-
Lehment, Fort Amador, is congratulated after his admission to
he Canal Zone Bar this week, by Lt. Col. W. 0. rese (left), act-
Lf post commander, Fort Amador. Looking on are Pvt. Stanley
lImao d (second from left), of the same organization, who also
on admissilon to the Cana! Zone Bar, and Maj. Ernest Childers,
commanding officer of the 7440th AU. Metzger and Diamond,
ho were admitted by Judge Guthrie Crowe in Ancon, are the
cond and third members of the Army to be admitted to the
local Bar. (U.S. Army photo)



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WASHINGTON, June 28 (UP) -, Smry
John Foster Dulles today deplored ".rig.jW osng
action' in shooting dobn oa Americftn Nvy- I7 0,
week.
But he said he feverthelss hopes next month's
va "summit" conference with the Russians can bIW
the assumption that dll of the four participants gen
desire a secure peace." *p
He said in a news conference statement thatbt
ed States "doubts ftbot (the shooting down of the
represents a considered policy on the part of the
Union." '
He noted thatRussia has at least made an expre.
sion of regret. He believed this was thi first of itsf J
ever made to the United States by Russia.
Dulles sal4 the United StteO "That wa i our note *
thinks It kiows exactly were with the ba of 3
Soviet Mif fighters at down (meeln)
the Na Neptune bomber last a tianyL r 'e
Wedne say oe Berln the onus
Strait between nd the Lft
soviet Union. A 5 ii -.H


Mep rW Road
nkept bl i t ques-
I ked tlhe tody
cernlg pre th
mid take to prevei simla
y in I a siren
-0, they stad- .
rhe Electrical Div n is re-
dSlble for the maintenance of
we sirens, which are in Canal
le Installations.
Different offices and people
the area of each of these si-
s have been designated to
Drm the Electrical Division if
sirens doht bloW, or If
lethtng goes wrog.; "
NWe are new re- -lus In-
who are to
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prope offie.
SUkBaIa.for the Canal
0 Ue Mid today tat they
d i lty l a the siren
e it was not their function
im know whbre a6h Iens lo.
he only thin we could do
9 iW to offer our assItance, just
I* tre-would if oIMn)Oe's car
morn gat stuck and sounded off."
government workem return-
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Perhaps W nP were getting torHill *iea but some distance
too dull fe Bearnabe J. Robles, away)
who dftlf working hours ls a T7y became even nore ispi-
Panunar- Canal signalman. clou s two minutes lat f after
Al^r.he figured It was time they had already alertedit pa-
toS little excitement. trol car to go to the sene-
Whatever his reason, the 61- when the same voice asked in-
ear-old American discovered to dignantly when they were con-
dis ,agrin yesterday that it ing to pick up the "stiffs."
does' t pay o r "wolf." In D
fact'you sometimes end up pay- A direct check with the signal
ing yourself, station assured police that the
report was false.
Which is exactly what hap- In court yesterday, Robles, who
opened. Robles' little prank-of police said was off duty and in-
reporting two men killed in an toicated at the time of the
accident at the Signal Station on "prank," was found guilty of
the Canal bank Cucaracha cost disorderly conduct. Specifically
him exactly $25. the charge was reporting "se-
rious accident" over an emer-
Police became suspicious of agency phone, knowing that the
the voice which reported to the information was false.
Balboa Station that two men Just a case of too vivid an
had-been.killed when a rock was imagination at the wrong time.
blasted through the roof eof the
Cuca acha station. o
(The station In the Contrac-


Dog Watcher?
An orange colored gentleman,
with a white vest and white
shoes, and otherwise described
briefly as "large," st a pub-
lie protest near building 1, Rod.-
man, this morning.
The protest was speedily quell-
ed with milk ,and anyone miss-
Ing a cat as described can re-
trieve him by calling Rodman
3500.


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must go to the States for need-
ed plastic surgery and the fit-
tg -of an artfici eye.
His family is fusudguy un-
able to rpeed the added expense
beeauseiof a heavy medical x-
E f "yneoesary dudi"
fidona tnes to W his ather.


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greas" *M1reu or the med. ca
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Amador, *t both of them a"e
putting other 'law expeuence to
good use. 50oth men are ww
uates of NW York Universi
School of rw.
Diamond,'who is assigned to
the Army Staff Judge Advocate's
Office, did his undergraduate
work at the City-College of New
York, where he received a de-
gree in Public Administration.
Prior to his entry into service,
he was a research assistant to
Matthew I#ry, Justice of the
New York State Supreme Court,
a research associate at the In-
stitute of Judicial Administra-
tion and was associated with the
Legal Aid Society of New York..
diamond was graduated from
the NYU ScTool of Law in 19564
where he distinguished himself
as research editor of the NYU
Law Review, and was a recipient
of the' .Edward H. Dixon Prize


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OTWO In csre_ of a nel team
which conducted tan investiga-
tion bft criminal 1w enforce-
ment In the State of New Jersey,
ia conjunction with the New
Jersey Law Unforcement Coun-
cil.
Metager was also selected to
work for the New York County
District AttorneY's office while
attending law Ihool.
Upon the completion of their
tours of duty with the Army,
both Metzger and Diamond plan
to obtain their Master of Laws
degree and then establish a
practice of law in the Canal
zone, .

000 Low Bid

For New Balboa

Storm Sewer


Bids ranging from $6000 to
$21,000 were received yesterday
by the Panama Canal Company
Sfor the installation of a storm
sewer *n Balboa.
The Atorm sewer work was one
of four Canal projects for which
bids were opened yesterday.
The others were for the re-
painting of five sets of quarters
in Balboa and Diablo Highta,
the ispainting of a garage build-
ing n Crist6bal, and repairs to
the abrgas Hospital elevator.
Vntas Generales, J8., a Pan-
amikflirm, was apparent low bid-
der for the storm sewer instl-
lation with an offer of $6000. The
$21100 bid was entered by the
Venice Construction Company,
of Miami, Fla. The three other
bids, entered by local firms,
were C. A. High, $13,177; Con-
stractora Urbana, $10,010; and
BIldon, Inc., $9750.
The storm drainage project
provides for the Installation of
storm sewers and drains, to
emp7 Into the main Balboa
drainage culvert complet-
ed earlier this year. The work ks
being done to improve drainage
near the foot of the Administra
tion BuDlding hill.
B la offers were received for the
Interior painting of the quarters,
with Serviclo Brouwer enterg
ltow bid of $t05 for the work
I her bids ranged up to $M,.
Ofnes were entered by iFrans-
T. Bwes Tropical Comn-
drydock this morn- pear, ad Daniel RaLs.
to the bow of the Tropical Pint ompny
the east bank of tea the low of two f t

S. We.e. abt. w.re was other biddr
a|Ow muistwould this work.
atke. atwas Tne_:OWs elevator CoMpany


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era of both parais* before neut
month's summit meeting.
he President discussed the
plan at his weekly White housee
conference with Republican leg-
islative leaders.
No date was set for the bipar-
tisan foreign licy meeting But
House Republican leader Joeph
W. Martin, Jr., (Mass.) sa It
would be "as near as possible to
the hour" of. the President's de-
parture for Geneva.
At his ews conference D s
Sof sme proposs that are
to come up.at Geneva.
m id any msecrity system
h Joined freed omd lovlag
nations, which trust one an-
othr, with nations which be-
ave in reduelng others to a
stt e of captivity would be a
He made the statement when
asked about the Soviet concept
for. a European security qytem.
Meanwhile in London, Prime
Minister Anthony Edea salt
today Britain does not want to
bar any subject from diseus-.
sion at next month's top-level
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SHA.T RIA03ONu UMN Isn't w W euther gai to i-""
r I. ..,na CIO chiefO h as, not yet I,-
MfA I r r o!i i dlt 1. .Aif. sued a personal statement on A S -
i t-- --- 'ec lead to all morts of domestic tnurbu- 0-,t .l la,
o a -l o. teo loy i~ lence in the homes of millions of .. t p
onDINATION nSVICE unionists. Coonskin-cappe ki ds i
a a yea may turn on their ki O And ll i
i t ote otebecaiuse the very same propagan. "
de and educational ey ar
Swas Wong the MaWlpersons %aatteded the ordination aho deceda Reu how fort\a
5ice, last geturnday ee y afoew .St Cago.1 to.reb-by-i Ie-a the Guaranteed Annuali Wae i i
,At this em wI aln e -a prdegm e righes ad Are wnEren have begun to.tear down Davy
I" ~i eh t_&. ,headmaster of thet. RCev. Ooodep, w i Crockett. p e \
to".e prileto of thqie aomd eof P= Seem s that some of Recther's O wIo.an_
Sai Somo It was a nhouri nique and .t ll c e lsaon eelsst aides have suddenly b egan Po"l I o..
for Btte acieveet o al- t'rward wgi"hX"'aI ll pr te to ll pect that though Davy may 7 / -- .i fr, blbt-l .
es. r WArtol bis adult life. have been born on a hillside in ,.TePeace a
SL~ alattd aindrtion to the dBiconate two Yalrs wgoO Democratic Tenneesee, be ia rean- l | I ll new a M au
SVeab e, a man of tremendous capacity for nard work I r Republican. Even toay. oi pso of *a Foadd i heAN
decadee to enter a school of theoloy ri tey t decided to "expose" him. C M id P101 --/1 fl P" edn ar em, .thef
(Meife l for the great work to which he listed. ata de This no no Jost. Brendan Sex- f e ars, i d ead o war.
9 gtoo educational director of t hea 1.
M o ambition was reshled a year ago when he was admitted Imember United Auto .a Roa. e.ia iwas ia at that thae ir te
r specal student to the General Teological Seminary in Noerw iers Union, actually hit the fresh, befhe UN a lf
-fk City e- a protege oa. the Bihop of the Mi ar onary V. .,istricl air with a broade-tJattackin.the.t .... th dlg f "
In which he would be called upon 'to labor. legendary hero now worsh pped l k s t o.e urgerbt Basuatba. w w.olll l ia-
.Mr. Blake returned here only a few ays ago to receive.his. y million ofe yoste ,s i .. W- ttme.l It._ .ie ov inri thae -
&oge, u a priest, with all the privileges, rights anda respond lb 1. was n sudden whi on Sexton's ., l teachers o te honrence -
Sattached thereto from the hands of the Rt. Rev. GoodBe, a. pars it ss reported. r p.erso. It _meated every ,11
.dat edvy eril p.,iesta of the Ditrct. t../ll im / i at Iap d a t .W .- r t e
real ret of .e.. D to wc hSaeton and some of the other ItlK a o on tnehed h the anm b -L eN i
e salm i those who may view with pride and atisfaction thb political strategists side Detroit ple.nt warl iag'o .l.Iabassd n l
aicent achievement of Father B1ke, none will liperhn 1 Abor reall view the D .Cr6tk- ag AverallH arrimaa n s ifrom ...
h1e ma satisfied and proud than the Bishop, himself and the Ott fad wth calfa, irati ai that 3X' KMoscow that Russia wail up to a
nerable Mainert J. Peterson, for it was under the father the tomight be onte. A sy.lb61 W ...-good in the future. AN Ft NM
dance of thine two dignitaries that the newly ordained priest tiey may asme day have to i ht. It peered large bagckettals of
svedblhisinitl1preprtion for the stated paiedthood. -p o political gA a o d$6 did cold water over y yepors thea Harry Treaka
SNo strangler to the Isthlian community, the Rev. Blake was. A,.t, ,to re-ed Tl e at Stalin had written e asivage t irtke lattati to
ta.It loyeW- yews & ateach.erin.the CUW. .o14e.f .igae, -1 ittle d miggig.Th oade t i :.~i _l i. : o somvit sholy be its~W l il
ShI retsaihe 6 d acceot the eadmastersiMp o the par4 laa "det -th bO, Rad t c e ia i I -e.v toet a t _et.mn. td Wla .
o Ee opiet "run b t 8b Ral wtauthdawnUit esoe
g to have mse tremendous advance$,uinclu gth e m.-tn rd=...i,,o det ,, n ef, e theo st lvlr ,eaus ba b ee d &. _...lGi



^^ ^ r^ a^ i" th*Cocet aii eIts physical plant and the enlargement t r irts a single ,orse e a l an .o lit le. lao o. .p II. a, .N
P-',..... let ma& ~ thsyU%"
"' s .Vaq r a orollerus tuh morou _ili._ S
-No t recogis u more full y thin the RvarendtBlake, him- e "G a O atFKifts naf ofMlotov.. A
el. tlesreat weight of. respond btlity to which he has subject- e b' "C A 'O n se Caps TF wu Kse r hopeful, a ys |
*4 himsdfc in accepting Holy orders. Us oeca so awe world. Tle Mu W to MWg al
I I, than days of complex and confused human social living, ... ae .t l
*,*M of God must be prepared to cope with a multiplicity of The union's educational director sx y0s f car Beule av lnket .J .
e lous and exs cting problem s. does hatchet job -6 a tn e newly .... .
0 I ust, by training, be plared to not only preach theDrevived hero, a-elesp at a I n., AB u o -- / ut permanent Mace hnet ?!iM. UNwe1-...
S ... esbut to analyze and It ret objectivelyand with pre. di gh at e .. In th brop cast be, b orn of hop. t can't rneion ,' t ta ou.
t the signs of our times, par ularly as they relat. e to thtfron dt incomes, of as a NEW YOK -P Ibear- ll a and BAick and Chrysler on down mort!who affluence is a Chev. I othrwe. And when you look) ,
b welfare of mdnktn, b sport, ans wanton killer or brotkl autooile dealer is thm price as. had a cuat watcaer tell me beac over thie pa 10 years ithe..
hiil e u t be X tdahings. shi ping 500 Chevrolets. to. Red TRYAre all gorgeous to look once that w ea the usslans final- still remains hope, there a re.
el underst~ od" bey'er sdod Ixpli Ati el a,- "srten.tly diturbs4th b PBgaia, whieh I believe to be at, wonderful to ive, all com. came and kicked out the- E.t- mains determinaton for ace n_. .
to 4 -clearly understood by 411 and to expIAIn |eutaUnioy ot byateny Udi 6eoti r series minstan es eownos ad caratable. ATero alt h o od tO s a separte Na-.
..it., tp:ta h m$d .. l h-vt--,l, .. w-- -oe. n ta, h split with the Jack the Communist have made lately have the look of a o lence-some-Bwana, and he too would ni oedctiothe othek hav aec e Ty al a u ve lot h s.
iise, in relation to Christian doctr ine and the true lOhristian snian Democratic party. Thist I These Chev are for the r. thing that the small hoarse er Chevrolet a radio. A lot of people have tried tIII
ofmgeo. kes u back well over 100 yeats, sonal use-of government offices, ejobs of Eurpe, where s ande I I woere runniq an overseas u wreck the United Nations si l..ncei L
-Me must, finally. be prepared .to ba#le superstitionand the t to n seems all keyed up over' and this is the first time any suhefuel consumpt are impotnt propaga da campaign I would those rosy, hopeful, collegiate days '
I a ....l.-le ..**ave fn. th wyI .iohalHtdia effects on h e reiendi ea has e pas sed see the screen ofl e land taxes itveon bothcarS tart work on these Chevvies im.10 years ago. The Minute Women"
h can do,2S lt e !,.f~or nohing q a ac t+i e:mgae, e llctiaon, h the Bureau of Foreign Coiamerce and fuel liak. e mediately, and I would manage to have poured cold water on It MrTh
Outlookof the Christian world. '- Says iexton: Soin six years.s Of cous e, there are the, fash .i press on the peasants that aidiberty Belles have linked it to al YO.'-"- Je (
There is _o doubt a to Father Blake's abilit a .readiness "Davy rocket was afa, m.onf Asyounknow, the lvet overn- orts job.like A Romeeand poor man Jn American can .oyn radicalism. Th"e Maor of Seant.rbth o-
t6 measure tito these exacting standards. We _cn only wish -lndian fhteri. But in his ftsme which Ivent baseball, the epso and Maerree an.d tho fieone, and th at nearly everybody Monica refused to nave the UN ihstoran,, a- t f.
for the new priest a long and successfull. erW o tervie* against laindias, ne was nor gend Pl-Ia, has con ilsshears alike tie Rolis,.b thee who needs transportationeha a flag flUown from the schools on levt -darnt,- 0-t-a
*^a.saa ag s S.. iatr dsinushed by sportsmans ost brad bog nt ru its .aers i common may's e ar It a- bu tifBe. abuse you cannot really uner.U e Ntions Day. The creatoni -e-r ,. .
*l "--- : HenryL. e l ase e .daumny, o tyr oby any kindy Quetion -as tons an- i he owns &.careat al.. A Asin Amer.uCadillac. of NATO as a separate organizeae, ..M n e-c. te. a,
2.es 4s --i seyu slvaonpathy for men lheavyr ist.k.of Soviet,madeau 4. le.ansear i n E uropl eUrouses Because you cannotreallyunder- tion- in Paris cir.cumventin -.the

f? m g rs .7.. "neres.I fac, he bouIt d iea dri.ks, the big r le go si-leo ntles when a l. o little stand the might of America nti l United Nations didn't do it an,, i_ S4
)s .e~a toleIsPam l democratic Varty Sbe-this ndeal. -Setd abo arty you go West or .South, and see the ood. The mcr uess over Indochin. wrt.n ,
t M" O t lhs-onlt phs ftthe Jacksonian Dya rm- Get th pie dreip e ep in- S ito n millions of cars roll by.. dettingin which thelFench and Dulles erles on te n

iP ,' e t 4.--. wr too lenient in the -pIn- t th withtheir massive horse Power, idestepped t UN, plus aour.rt.c tU i
--dlo ,oota Soeody the edo n h things as utotleallyfromsent refusal o refer FormosaN w to ate orl as e ,. .
| ar0,fot r big office cer ihs s mepo iB t to t dowand, unless you the Unit i led. Nations-ll -aveed b l
-were a& di Deps,whoain't o Abl to at- after yeal of I are a very poor manp In t.exas, Andfmosteepotent of all, the me a

^S1 m "" 1n -n i-- lre IWhunis thwth the DemocratIs oram eveon oa man eodrostky ue nk the do wnt o ust air-ens ditioned for comfiorpt. ton as remlin have tried to unev i o. .*
;.Mi _Ma. ld Putcl Theythe oly hase opf the legend years amble pin st see theposa blyrme Int n's one mder cut, belittle and sabotage re the. H e... a
"_rm.n rr- -' otd r -,hteh tke theon to h the i.c- d o r ea ort A"risc -,1. e ad i w to I,, te Russiansuprobably in- United Nations.o oe.onp.ay
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t 610 | Thenthere ahe was in Wash e Ispot toVA a the apys. wamtalaItn a s,' but theto U ofunctioning.o rt"a
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SM --- tIbbe| I I I I majestyy man,, Sexton charges. People have forgotten, for in|w wh ta t e, a R, eac
Joe 10 t4-- 3 H nings 55 A drunken Now we ase it all. o s eo u6 By Peter Edson Ain, baow tdie UN sto pped Rue
S{ d [ exp'"rvtelicans bought Crock tcnt drin e w.ks. No Red army in 1946 was about tU w at
32 -Mk htb Z 3 10 11 legend can survive gat insidesea- W tHINGTONtry wre tsbe Mt orst hre s ure rsesttore .e. a rtmene fI. ustace!was :e m move into Iran. Iran was onsided world.a row.1 I*
'tool o "f |br. Bu't soon we of theclsnthtied toAHl attON Ny oto eMi o thre nai stris est t ete-o uti wa Te ered-by Moscow-& Soviet d .spherornowu e w.. I 8An
bd-Crockett's real mpwhc enace to labor U.S. Department of Labor i lh an. the civil defense e machinery. if it would appeal to the Sureme tofinfluence-terr itory fon whi t m e
Sin the 1 campa. The Auto' bounced th t the American Fed- We submitted a series of e Courlt the dismissal of ske y indict- the Soviet had a lien. No oppol
Union education chif says: :station of Laborwoqld give the questions to as many government ments in the Owen Lattimore per.ton wits dreamed possible to Redie
.'They (the Republican-W h ig a) government a "no strike"' pledge'department heads whose tempor- jury ease. No. answer came back. occupation--except from the pea.H rt hta
*IvehishthaeInasths were subject-lary offices were scattered in. a.' The FBI was aftoed what spe- ple most con dIran.
tury'si version of the synthetic ed to a real attckb~y atoam I 300-mile. radius west of Washing* 'ail 'security meakflues It would Then the United Aations movedcnet odywaab
Eisenhower by Robert ontgom- test. in a r"al enfe .ne It answ of public opinion. the force of mor l '
a F l A ery, the make artists, the tole-, The De partmeat of State says 'heresult we far t.e than promptly, butt Aiswer was the al waorn wounded from the UNpnl a.
S. .mpter. r and t ghost itrsils i e there will be .amIn we Aed.T eIs f Oh T wer ev dt1us 1, u"no eomment."I rot'm. .ut the war.nngs rang i_ .. ,
0,i .. ng of Big Four i mIinters better than the government Dp artment of-Defense was' round the world. Andwith an an. l o d
So the union experts are taking in the week before._ ada oformation,, hles, ete T.i.Tb- yaw howMTt Str y marl the Russian bear move(
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", Jou have your hero t lole. where would be ..onuldbji. n "spe'if St they a that this ws the Wed mai-walthat it wat-- <
,A~-- int" is Walter Reuther in this crisis? ec aael on la .sth, u .. .eml I odd test ot hf !' emaggon Ypale alii 01ili i th evacu SIDE GL~ A N C ESll By, C omlbraith
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a STIAAa 't-- "I land's corporate communlties. are fore a sopneat. .der, al /p press sertr ofquet for~authorlastion of the UP-! l"
_ M MYM- et still governed by town meetings. .... .... _the !Whlte l ailt who ew laesin .C.l.red .Wlr tin case! !
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; ~~~~~~~~~~fist eight months of the. current I fled, In th eyen. it. nott cno ie ea cosde namne h o-lii.jiltrl udamoe IL i
~~~~~~~~~fiseal year, compared with a year out, AEC will ,,.ll .ron< .the a.t. Em .i -ielln- eii~ tll i lth" Educaione II I ,I
Uerilks Itrney general' th i t Her ,t -,re esshd,.. ,.. .m -.. rt -l-_7, .. ela tq-e oe asked what itsi AF_ .P .
w W a v fi r stl el al q l p o w e lr D f n el at er a 2 .~il ll l a giml h l l li g nlm e n t sl w e r e in t h i ulanln l l t II, -'- .
I!A MI lili "tll 0l4ll I Far~mers paid less perr..l~owa~tt'pr..du..ed b_]y the Tesslese V,.lCare hre=,= f.;Re th",ed emege-'cy"" ;.. w ',that, !%
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$ja-ly oft. of the-many
oIn "@M-eted in John Ford's
ILa, Pletres' "The Long
,'w iwhA stars e and Maureen O'Hara,
b e at, the "Lux0 itere In color by Technicolor.
h f-1othbal scene occur in a re-enactment of the fa-
Un _ry-Notre Dame gafne when a lightweight nobody
i B fpotb.b pdayer froth a then unknown school helped
W to defeat an A-my eleven with his brilliant use of
forward pass. -The gridiron star was Knute Rockne who
smtos to maze Notre Dame the best known name in
i a. To re-create the game, two dozen college and pto-
Io football stars were recruited with Jim Sears, form-
S Unerty of Southern California grid ace, playing
n and Norman Van Brocklin, famed pass-throwing
'trteoack of the Los Angeles Rams as Gus Dorals, who
threw the original passes in that history-making game.
Cadet Dwight D. Elsenhower was a member of the Army
Smat that time. Advt.


S elworkers Give Ultimatum



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PITTSBURGH, June 21 (UP)- the offers were totally inadequate.
The CIO United Steelworkers de- McDonald said he expected to
lived a .strike ultimatum to the resume negotiations with U. S.
steel Industry yesterday and au- Steel tomorrowmorning "at the
Sthorsed walkouts at I d n i g h t latest."' He directed the wage-pol-
Thursday against all producers icy committee, which must rati-
who faU to meet the deadline with fy all wage agreements, to stand
a mutuallyy satisfactory" wage by in Pittsburgh until further no-
agreement tiee.
USW President David 3. Me- The union failed to fulfill pro-
Donald said the walkout' threat ducers' hopes it would detail in
appld mainly to U. S. Steel, the exact terms the size of the in-
netio 's No. 1 producer. He de- crease it seeks for its members,
cleared it "remains to be s e en" who earn an average $2.23 an hour
fronm the trend of further negotia- now.
tions whether o t h e r companies The strike ultimatum was issued
would be hit. as local union officers throughout
"We certainly hope we will not the country met with plant of i-
have to strike-we are not strike- cials to begin preparations for "an
happy," McDonald said in holding orderly" shutdown of blast fur-
out hope a settlement ivould be naces and other facilities. Ad-
reached before the deadline. He vance preparations must be made
said the union might permit some to avoid irreparable damage to
companies to' continue, operations. the multi- billion dollar e q u i p-
However. he did not disclose what ment.
yard-stick would be applied in se- A local onion official at U. S.
Slctieg the.jfirms that would -con- Steel's big Homestead Works near
tin operations without an agree- Pittsburgh said that by tomorrow
B .' : everything will be ready."down to
hem i%, Wh 'started the soup kitchens."' .. ..
00,01, USW mem. The wage-policy committee said
beria iA. plants of 96 basic steel it saw "no justification" for the
andil oft producers. The union inion to accpt "a settlement this
has bimn concentrating on the six year,t he most profitable in the
bigget producers, led by U.S. Stel industry's history, whilh is ap-
wbhoe wage agreements usually proximately one-half the lost of
set te pattern for the entire in- settlements already made in the
dustry. automobile industry."
In issuing a two-page strike res- Tht auto industry contra c t s
olutioA, the USW's 170-man wage- reached with Ford and General
piley committee emphasized its Motors gave the CIO United Auto
demands for a "substantial" in- Wrkers a wage package worth an
create far exceeded the wage estimated 20 cents an hour. The
proposals, approximating more auto settlements included layoff
tha 10 cents an hour, received wage provisions, however, which
-from. U. S. Steel last Thursday the steelworkers union is not free
and nland Steel Sunday. It said to seek until next year.


Senate Approves Bipartisan


To Study Loyalty Program


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' WAHINGTON, June 28 (UP)
-The Senate shouted approval
yesterday of a bill to create a
pee 12-member bipartisan
e n to study and recom-
mend reforms in the administra-
tien's .Controversial loyalty-se-
curt'- program.
Tbi action came after less
thatwo hours of debate. There
wAS audible dissent and the
del was marked by none of
thi.- which has sur-
ro e issue in the past.
The tbU now goes to the House
the Judiciary Committee
pproveda similar proposal.
Wough Atty. Gen. Herbert
roy r. had opposed the
nnn inquiry. as "unnecea-
rym, .. nistration senators
dno effort to block It. Some
= htas said President Elsan-
Shad been warned the
i Was Inevltable.


Eisenhower administrations had I
made "much progress," however.
in developing an effective and
fair program.
During the 1954 congressional
campaign, Democrats accused
Republicans of playing a "num-
bers game" with the new secur-
ity program by reporting as se-
curity risks persons who resign-
ed or were fired for other rea-
sons.
The Senate bill provides for a
12-member commission pattern-
ed after the commission on gov-
ernment reorganization headed
by former President Hoover.
The President would name
four commission members, in-
cluding two from government
and two from private life. The
vice president and the speaker
also would select four members
each, again Including two from
the House or Senate and twoi
from private life.
The commission, which also
would be made up equally of
Democrats and Repu ollcans,.
would report back to Congress
with its conclusions before next
March 31.

FILLER FACT S
The timber harvest from U. S.
national forests between Oct. I and
Dec. 31, 1S4, was valued at $25,-
MIn 11A


Jiubet HuHSu in the past six years, tree plant-
.of theMIn the United States has
stomah M OA sed 133 per cent
O eN CatedraChurch of St.
ty, Tom poIUMC They Peter and St. Paul is the correct
developed piece- name for the national cathedral in
ver 10 years and lacks Washington, D. C.
General Motors has 127 plants in
Sorris Cotton (R-NH) a- the United States.
i would be for the good -
to review the en- Detroit, automobile capital ofa the
tmftchery "dlpas- stion, is ape of the few cities in
V without partisan- the United States tha silI has a
E the a Trmaso ad4 momed police oce.
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Opening lead--A 8

East. got away with murder
when he bid two clubs in today's
hand. South should have doubled.
East would, have been set three
tricks, and the penalty of 500
points would have made him think
twice the next time he had a
chance to reopen the bidding.
But South didn't Adouble, and he
finally played the hand at two
no-trump. At best he could score
only 70 points and the value of
the part score. As it turned out,
good defense- stopped hunm from
making even that.


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27 (UP)- mltwe mference in the presi.
lo ,Seg6, dental pal Segnl accepted and
of land r A t GrofcAasked him to report back
heal the a .,#ib by Thursday; .
tic y a Segnis a Sardinian lawyer who
Am AN 6t Bard carved Up his own estates to set
ys af-d cabinet an example forp Italy's land owners
Olieved. he btry at the outoet of the country's land
to do-t larg two reform prOcam ten years ago. A
staunch Catholl, he believes land
Sca r reform the* -est weapon against
a 1or I Communiasm
"Gisp l in a move that e% will try to put together the
would amount to rule by triumvir- co of Christian Democrats
atea ... Re epleas, Liberals and Social
Segni, cn Wered a moderate Demorats which rumbled w I th
left-wlWng CI would re p r e- Premier Mario Selba last -week.
sent the senter and Pella the Seial is expected to have little
right-wing. Btt Vanoni and ?Pela trouble getting the Social Demo-
are so powerful politically Italian crats and Republicans into h I
political quarters already were dis- government -but the liberals, with
cussinz.a three-mA rule.. 14 votes in Ihe Chamber of Depu-
Pres ent Giovanni Gronehi p ties, are cool to further land re-
ed epti, a six-time agriculti.al form. They present thbi conaer.-
minister under the leateAltive land-bed~ interests.
Gasperi, as prlnier-designate in a One of the issues which toppled
.. -. Scelba was a dispute with the Lib.
liVE POST erala over the status of farm ten.
BEUCHER CITY,-Il. -(UP)- ant contracts with landowners.
Thirty years ago Lon Rogers' fa- A government without the Lib.
other set oat a fence post on his erals wold have toi fall back on
farm near here. The post was cut left-wing or right-wing parties to
from a catalpa tree and believed survive in parliament. The Chris-
well-seasoned: Some time later the tian Democrath do not command
post began to sprout leaves and a majority themselves,/and an
now the "fence post" is a tree 10 adverse vote in the ho se could
inches. in diameter. topple the new' government.


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A Few Fast Facts: Grace Kelly I-
Is studying fencing for her next
film part .. "Music '55," the
Stan Xeaton show thit bowe on
July 12, will find Kenton fronting
h band-picked band made up oftop
musicians from top bands. But the
surprise guest on the first show
may be Yehudi Menubin, the con-.
cert violinist Waluy Cox will
make a movie this summer; nextI!
fll NBC will keep him busy doing
Zustshots Buster Crabbe,
C's "Captain Gallant of the
Foreign Legion," has been dis- SteveAllen Johnny Carson
covered as a talented actor. After
doing a good .job on TV's Kraft 8TAR LE
Theater, he's been signed for the ..T R LETTER ROUTE: D oa
lead in 'Dial M for Murder" in! Dicku As a notorious t levlsl
summer stock, in Maine ... warbler, I hope you'll catch m:
Martha Raye, working in Lasnew "Johnny C ston Show" oa
Vegas at the Sahara, has a unique ur'l' .nis over CBS.T
deal-the management supplies her Con enutially feel lucky to
with two secretaries and she there- on it. CBS had been plansnig a
by gets her backlog of fanmail "Johnny Carson Show' for soma
answered time but they wanted Eddle
s Albert for the lead.
Steven Allen is off for glory, Seriously ,this show means do or
Pacific Coast division, and it's been die to old J.C. As you know, a
a long and devious voyage for the television performer these days ji
multi-talented comedian. to be good the first time. There',
Some years back he was in radio just no place left to be bad-and
out in Hollywood where, as he puts still survive.
it, "everybody who is in radio does Should you tune in and see noth.
a little work in pictures." But it lug but a blank screen, please let
took a transfer to New York and me know at once. I've heard a
his popular TV appearances on rumor that some of the network
"What's My Line?" and his own stations are in rebellion, still hold.
'Tonight" show to get him a star- ingo ut for Eddie Albert.
rins! shot in a big movie., Regards, Johnny Carson.
'ils wHi be the story of Benny -d
Goodman'sc life. And, now that The.19Z5-i6 Broadway season has
Steve's a star he's' able to look opened officially. First offering is
with tolerant iumor at some of a light, hot-weather revue called
hollywood's bewildering n manou- "Almost Crazy." And since the
vers. For instance, there is the girls are pretty and the theater is
current problem baffling the Ho-lair conditioned, it's a pleasant
plywood brass of where to put the evening. Most of the talent is new,
New York Paramount. and here are some names to re-o
member a blonde comedienne
It was in the Paramount that named Karen Anders a bi-voiced
Goodman made some of his most singer named Kevin Scotto a lithe
memorable appearance, so the dancer named Joan Morton; and
movie script calls for scenes of the a singing-dancing beauty named
place. But apparently it was ~ tooGloria Smith. Unfortunately, the
simple to come to New York and talent is better than the material.
shoot the real, honest-Injun Para- But "Almost Crazy" is almost
mount. good.
They decided that the best place
was Chicago. But, for some rea- Dick's Quickie: Definition of a
son, that's been ruled out so Steve dedicated stamp collector: a er-
isn't sure where the New York son who would sell his birthright
Paramount will be. Could be Ni- for a mess of postage.
geria yet.
For the six weeks that he'll b Tennessee Ernie (CBS-Radio):
oct in the golden, bewildered west, The reason gentlemen prefer'
steve faces a pretty rugged sched- blondes is that blondes know what
ue. He'll be working from a.m.' gentlemen prefer.
to 10 ii.m. on the movie and TV
show. An a 14-nour working day!
a never& a picnic, even wieu on USEFUL. DRESS
makes tove to Donna Reed, which
Is one Steve's assignments. GRAND ISLAND. Neb. -(UP)-
-o 4UeJ this movie mar~k 4n b When Donald Lee irvine was chris-
l teed a St. Marys atbir he
world it q t-Btrd the etntasae
everytifg adio, stage> to' Oitizuie.n thb es.
Songwrug and now a starring The faI outfit, full I embroided
movie role. Just in case you Uin tucks aU inserts, is about a yard
lieu stop now, please be advised long. It was first worn by Donald
that there are more ambition- Lee's great-grandmother 71 years
tutillments yet to come. ago.
'im wM,*rlting a book -of short'
stories" lie says. "It s eilelii
Y'or Tonight.' At first I was going"
to call it '13 For Tonight'-wmat's .
a better title-but there are 15 nigh lOO rVrt r
stories. ; .I'm. king a stan at It 'igh Blood Pressure makes
a novel. B t my seal, long-range you dizzy, have pains around
ambition is to write book, lyrics i Otrtt h*adtehe. short breath, In-
ai~U Jn. Uo 0 ,wrile .yrics d{-estlon, palpitation, and swollen
and music for a Broadway musi- an s, you can set almost instant
cal. Maybe next year." relief from these Nero skym-
It's good to see a kid with am-i chest forHYNOXtodayandf ee
bi-,on. rears younger In a few days.


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pound propellers were shipped by barge from Philadelphia.
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d t -the A.'P. itfazaA ae ..

g. v. at-El cho ian ..b -
The guewts and hoats included
-- Mr. and Mrs. Luis I. Won., Mr.
SDl9e PeMa| Gradahter and Mr. Alexander P. UrmMr.
P! jig nMe raeM For Sahmakes and Mrs. Raymond Stanton. Miss-
s B I ,aer Ws bnor Mr. and Mrs. Richard L Jef- es Louise-televett, Irma Leign-
s6W..01i-ton"ais feter ( 0"nofce the birth of their nadler Betty Kam, rnhaKaA,
MUgn5 daaan a3 first child, 4 daughter, S' usan, Pearl kau, Gtrttrude hong. An-
*&MS MIR m -i mUaxS Carol, an June 11 at the Wuliani drey P. Lim, Hu nbetto Leigns-
Ks party given ama m Hoipital In Birming. dier Jr. Ray Mu.l, Paul En-
4 y or. & a A kra, kb= 6l g an. gelke; Al Mollenbc 0, Oliver
i li lin s ithe former Male Kwai-Ben, Will Lucker, Julio Kami
A 6iiam _.if _. vt'held M00 Barb ihnake ofD 0 a b 1 o Henry Steinorth.
,x .,' Itabt-' wives at tae ;eia u."
IrftUe U Asy m Aord Mr a The haby's ma te grandpar- The girls left Friday morning en.
iManuales p, a. eats, Mri and Mrs. W. Schanke, route to Cuba where they will
are vialting with their daughter spend a few days before contonu.
Today W popMlar' onduran and son-in-law in Birmingham, ing thqir tripL to their home in 'an-
oum we -8to qg.orao at a sas CRty, Missouri."
lune. a l'tU manama y the David Rotary Enertalins -
AmoaM ..( bLVaOr anM Mrs. Dr. Hgh l Carnes- Wlma Miles
iraneslac .UastuesMua, ,te Dr. Huh'B. Carnes, the distin- Navy. Wives Club
Amo&laanb J ua9lemaia ana n gl b*Aanerican Economist and Meetq On Business
Mrs. Muoe onsauei SUl, i a e Mrs. Carnes, in David for several The regular business meeting of
Ajm eanad_ of tostafica a n d speaking engagements were the the Wilma Miles Navy Wives' Club
Mra, Ltaroas, ae a ,sprmua, and honor guests at luncheon, in a par- was held last week at the Commu-
tUe Amioasaauf oof u-naragua and y of nie, at the Panamamonte nity House 15th Naval Cistrict.
Mrs. Jesus Agnuair Conert. n. Two new members, Mrs. Hol-
The Rotary Club of David ar. torf and Mr. Davi, took the oath
StaggDe Jaw,'. ranged the luncheon, bf the Club.
blmpaem- g ae K'n .- There will be a candlelight 'serv-
ati &iamuy party in ranama Ci- Cristobal Woman's Club ice and installation dinner at tht
ty a4 egi ge sen oef Miss .ienm- Plpas Beneflt Bridge American Legion Club, Fort Ama-
la btagg, dgnter 01 Mrw. .veu- Plans have been completed for dor, sometime in July.
as j. ue .anu tue late air. the annual benefit bridge party. The newly electeW officers and
Eduar4o ,f td Mr. AMarco An- given each year by the Board of chairman are: Mrs. Minnie Boy-
tao De t was announced, the Cristobal Woman's Club. The kin, President; Mrs. Flora Ber-
Mr. Doe is the son or Mr. date is Tuesday, July 19. the hour nard. vice president; Mrs. Alice
ana Mrs. Oie .aanon. 1:00 p.m. and the place, the Braddock, treasurer (reelected);
'- Cristobal Bed Cross Lounge. Mrs. Beverly Deer, recording sec-
Swedaml Mle All members and guests a r e rotary; Mrs. Gail Ward, corre-
Leaving Ilijr t asked to make up their own table spending secretary; Mrs. M a r y
'me Minister to Pana- in advance and to bring their Ponnder, parliameitarian: Mrs.
ma, Cololba and- Ecuador and own cards for any game they may Marjorie B5e d e ll refreshment
Mrs. BrynOdit ng are pianging to be playing. Scrabble will be pro- chairman,; Mrs. huth Smith.
leave With their children ob bun- vided. welcoming chairman; Mrs. Lee
Gay for bweoen. Geisler, publicity chairman.
'They have Icpen stopping st Ho- Table and door prizes and dw- The telephone committee from
tel hi PanamU, n route aiomra o- sert will be the climax of the aft. each base will contact the mem-
gota. ernoon. bers when the arrangements and
Tickets are .75 cents, and may date have been set for the instal-
Earl Fidanques Back be purchased from any B o a r d nation dinner in July,
tMr. and Mrs. Earl Fidanque member. Please make reservation
have returned to the capital city early.
aztLr several months in tiurope Board members are Mesdames The Bella Vista Theatre
and a stop-off in New York on tie Logan McLean, Al Wilder, Sugar,
Way ome. Grady, M: Dunn,Meehan, Hearn,anounce for July 4th
T Miller, Lewis Rubelli, W. Brooks,
They crossed theAtntic west- Purvis andClute.'T e Bridgs At Tokori'
bFdanu with Mr. alla retu Henlater to
Fidanquei who will return later to se. Ci_ ..rl .
IPa~ iyGrm1hrm ..


Enjoy Gay Iuthmian Visit /
Mlgerseas Med Miss Juanita Brungardt a nd
Ja lgbHonres Miss Diane Parker gave an in-
y Dlangi ..r formal party last week for several
SThe .tanboa home of -Mr. and of the new friends they have met
Mrs. A. J. Holgerson was th t In Colon
scene of a .slArpnae party Friday During the evening they 'vere ,
evelaig b. c eJe frve serenaded (a traditional Panamta-
ft, ,,r l .-t-lou v9 by Andrew" P. P139 The
Thr.y .t ",. group enjoyed the. rest of the eve-
guess ae for te ng dancing to the the of e
evening. iserenaders.
The. young hostesses were the The guests included the Misses
Misses Nellie, Joan, Paula, Caro-e ouise Lelevette, Olga Leignadier,
line, Jamje, and Judle Holgerson Irma Leignadier, Marcela Leigna-
S.,dier, LIJis Leignadier, Patricia
Mrs. gtft -ajoys Ceflee Kelley, Helese de Boyrie, Al ie
With ai-M ---a- and 2" *' m Li, and Messrs. Paul
Mrs. Ik SchuIl, wife of the s Ra 'Murphy, A Mol- ..
w I governor of the en mberto Leignadier
Cal thehonor Jr. Tom Kelley, Bill Lucker, Ju- Take the grim, g ha s t ly
recently at -a morning coffee o n Kim Cookie Tagaropulos, An- echoes of the recent Korean
doted y .Robert B Mem- dy Eapl and John Horbelt. holocaust and merge It with
min -ara '. the United tat *e- the tender, heart- gripping
Ckir1gr i resa d Interim. a ---story of a young family man
Mr. m in'ger entertained at n V IM in torn between his 19yalty to-
Sdee a the os V s To Ke wards his country and his de-
Embauer -d- voted wife. and you have the
SI crux of Paramount's tautly
A I p rary Lid told tale, "The Brides At
IH- -I Toko-rt," which is due to open
M iSJB McGinn, a men- In Fa ral Debt July 4th, at the Bella Vista
I oss!cin the. succeassfue v .. ..... b Theatre. Filmed in color by
presentai, "Accent on Youth," Technicolor and starring Wll-
was hostess at an after tlfeater WASHINGTON, June 28 (UP)- llam Holden, Grace Kelly,
arty for the cast and proauotson The House voted overwhelmmgly Fredric March and Mickey
workers erbte final perform- yesterday to extend the pre s e n t, Rooney. It is based on James
ance Saturday night. temporary lid on the federal debt! A. Michener's stirring novel
Miss MGinn entertained at the after a brief but acid Democratic-i which played such an Import-
home of her parents, Col. a nd Republican clash over tax and! ant role in bringing the Ko-
Mrs. F. W. McGinn at Ft. Clay- budget policies. .1 rean conflict home to' the A-
tae. Included with the other guests Imerican people.
were Mrs;a ~AmIMcGarr and her IThe lawmakers capped the 10- Shot on location on the very
two dauht, and Brig. Gen. and I minute exchange by voting 226 to battleships that just a few
Mrs. W.- .aidlaw 5 to extend the stopgap 281 bil- short months before had been
s lion dollar debt ceiling another in the midst of warfare, "The
Alf 'Za Betrotbal- ear until June 30, 1956. Unless Bridges At Toko-rl" It the
i s congressional action is completed, most realistic battle film ever
Mr. m orge Luis Alfaro the ceiling will drop Thursday to turned out by Hollywood.
of Panf City have announced. thepermanent level of 275 bil- .Advt.
the c.l"t of their 'da-ughter, e Ilin ruhed rou
ms Alfaro toe r.a s l e measurerushed -through bym
Carlos arak, the son af and the House Ways and Means Com-
Mrs. Jr arak. 7-d mittee last Friday after only one
s Jele aak. day of hearings,. now goes to the
bealu s Unde Expected Senate where swift action is ex-
B"e 1' e'd.ld" pected.r M O
After-i.iAn Iti ad freshman. Meantime, the Treasury an-
ea.r at the University of Pennyl-. nounced plans to borrow 100-mil- r0 o
t1.a Dn2s indo is3epctd 0l1 dollars i fresh cash nexts----Venezuel
..a.S... ai ndo. -fm erxct Ca t week to cover some of the govern-
rtu'S u piane irom Caracas Sat- ,
D d aH will Pspenda. t..h mm ent s summertime expenses. It
ulay. ie wll spend the summer wi *ai n 000,000 in short-
*rith'.-Ma imuhnilv e~re. i n s iw,wu o ,."
E .s ho.m.e he hs.. iteterm securities to pay off $1,500.-
ft *a home be has stopped oi n KIN SITATI ON
with St.hool friends orl eave a f5altelingh due. This will I
i.a v MN-iam .aHav lC- e balance of 10 million for:
tI W and San Juan, l'tPuer,'the Treasury to pay some of its
to ias well a s in Venezuela. "It.
T a -be was the house'
guest oi and Mrs. DavidL Drng debate on the debt exten-
nard.-: l onard is the frmer sion, Chairman Jere Cooper D-
D- k Of P1anama. Tenn of the Ways and Means!
Dh"rs "he Of Group said "it is regretted" the
sal I Eisenhower administration had Reli e BOiWs
-...) failed to make good on its 19521
r~. .~Mo~ry f o"C campaign pledges to balance andI SKIN IRRITATIONS
witin of Sacbrt i,, reduce the debt. this MIDICATED wayl
ad t- the JWB GailfyI He lsaid the Democrats knew all
Mt- ithAened Farcte along as result of thqir log ex- No unmedk'ucd powder cam re
s',. mua, ,f .- perience in office that the Repub- ave your baby's Diaper xas
-.I- "" T .urs. affltc uld find the job difficult. Diaper Chile, Uring Scud an
'. is arranged NPekly Beat r ke as Atnmas
ZB". wll remain un- For Amasns Is specially Ondb
tiM ie M sed tHornosoothepettros le d -help
t d t S School of Success rIS- w s di sbs"oab
aw d e oepubi e of Pa. i t motes aling by t
Bmemrbers the u1e0- WI o--- "--- 11 B it II J J baby's uWued si s
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rBy GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Feld and Markets Editor
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Cookouts are now everylbdy's spoons thyme, % teaspoon fresh
summertime business. .Chircoalj ground black pepper; /. teaspoon
broiled foods have given the men paprika, 2 tableap .s olive 0ia,
an opportunity to assert them- cup_ bouillon (beef), Jce 1
selves again. And now the last lemon.
drawback to outdoor cookery-the
danger and mess in getting a good Combine ollre''bo and lemon
fire started-has been eliminated, juice. Shake virously. Pour in
A manufacturer of cookout bar- bouillon. Add al ppper, paprika
becue equipment has an electric and thyme. Mix Vel.
fire-o-matic gadget attached to the Serve chicken with roasted corn.
grill. With. a flick of the switch it Pull back the husks and remove
starts the charcoal bricks glow- all silk. Wrap each ear with two
ing in a minute. This eletri gadg- strips of bacon. Replace hluski and
et an be purchased separately tie their ends together. Soak corn
and attached to old grills. It would in cold water for 30 minutes be-'
make a de luxe present for a fore roasting,on grill.,Turn-two or
Fourth of July weekend hostess, three times during roasting. Cook
Here are easy hints on how to about 15.minutes.
marinate chicken for charcoal
broiling.


Marinated Broilers
Have broilers split and backbone
removed. This is to keep them flat.
Wash and dry well to insure even]
browning. Marinate for one hour
in either of the following. Use
marinate as a basting sauce while
broiling; Start cooking with cut
side toward the fire and finish on
the- skin side. Small chickens will
take about 30 minutes, larger onest
lose to 50 minutes, providing'
single layer of coals is used.
Marinade
One-half cup olive oil, % cup
lemon juice, % up chopped on-
ion, % up chopped parsley.
Add lemon juie to olive oil an d
mix well. Combine with chopped,
onion -Ifi chopped parsley.
Herb Maiade .
One-half teaspoon salt, I teat
Ten million persons will pay the
final installments on their auto-
mobiles this year.
Twenty five states have Dem
crats, as governors, 22 have Repub-
licans as chief executive and:
Minnesota has a Democratic-Farm- I
er Labor governor.


Ti. *J&SFB~uen.ibly and

its fmeao-M them, for
the N- of I tutt luf'


The I'e ads.'w.w do we have
he i to start' tftikig of our-
veafor ten ears we have'
stek t her because we knew it
was beIotr the children. I'm sure
not is. nf*bea aa-s suspected
lear to jvb live Q it, not
hap at leaWst pei fuiy on the
surface.


"The children have had their
home when they needed it. And
now it eaem to me we have a
right to take what we owe our-
selves, freedom from this mean-
ingless marriage..-Do you agree?"
Certainly, you have a right to
start thinking of yourselves. But
are you sure that you'll-really be
happier apart than .you are to-
getheri
And how csa Tou be certain that
all- ydur feeling .or each other Is
gone for good?
You've depended on each other
in many ways for a long time.
That mutual dependency may be
more important than you think.
I stead of rushing out to buy the
freedom which you feel you've
earned, with a divorce, why not
announce to your children that you
are going to take a trip alone?
That shouldn't be hard to ex-
plain. That harmless separation
will give you both a chance to
think and to find out just how well
you like the freedom you have
thought you wanted for ten years.
It may be that it isn't as won
derful as you thought it would be.
iAnd if you both find that out In
time you will really have put
your own best interests first.


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Household Automobile*
FOR SALEI-Gulbrann stikie FOR SALE:-1950 Jeep "Leod
console plneo. Extra stri Rover," perfect running co!idi-
length and trepicalie d, f tlen. Can be seen at '"Le Mo-
CE condition. 'hone Navy Pacft Alrna" Iss Got Station en 50th
3778. Street, Boelle Vista. -
FORt SALE: Bamboee hitting\ _FO _4AU. --J954 Mercury St-
room furniture, dining table, 6 tion Wagon. 1955 Ford Country
Costa Rican bamboo choirs, 1 Sedan, Balboa 2-3050.
mahogeny sideboard, man- FO SALE:-1951 Buick Spa*
any bed, Inight tables, 1 ma-r $ nE- t b uic Spe -
helany Jreer with. mirror. el. 5 new tubeless tire, Radio.
S Phony 4172 Curndu. Ho use Perfect Condition. $300 cash
IN No. 6 75 Curundu Heights, A- $700 finance. Tel. 2-0398 after
S Nep 675Cmuunt HJC.g ht6 p.m. 2-1815.

set, living redm sot, stove. Ap- door. New fires with accessories.
ply Jeronimo do la One 13-16, Good condition. Phone Navy
Apt, 5. Pacific 3778,


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANOKMQ
BOX 2011 ANCON, C..
CRISTOBAL 11l.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Dasiep drill prss
and motor. Phem 2-3692 Bel.-

FOR SALI:- 1950 oChevrlet,
excellent condition throwevput,
2-toe, radio; else iefr owr
$30. 0766-1 Williamsen Plase,
Balboa.


FOR SALE:-Hot water heter,
gee, 20-pl. Phone 3-6022.


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Sherpad's, fUi ei ses oo r
b.mch at at Cleft. elkp..
Thelnpso. ialke T1772.
Gfimlck'e Saita Clatn lch
C ages. Moderi eevemnie=cs,
* rate rates. Pmone Gambee
6-441.


PHILLIPS Oceomde Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 415, Bkloee.
SFogPaem 1.-1177. Crito-
I 3.-1473. .


FOSTER'S COTTAGE mile
past Senta Clem. Low ites-a
Phone elbb" ,18646.4
WILLIAMS' Santa Clt Baeech
C*ttage rockges, frige.
tion. 2-bedroeM. Phlpme b ebe
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;FOR SALE
Real Estate
WI BUY, Sell en Meoe Rel
sire l Prs,. h-as Toae-
phone 2-0857.
FOR SALE:- Leaving Peames:
five htwe- edrom furnished Wt.
Pages at Snta Clnm Beech. Idal
for *rganizdieon or busMines.
lebIe 2-3050.


FOR SALE: Loas at PFemu
Lefavro. $2 par meter, lot end
plans $1,372; Pueblo Nuvae
1200 matan, 85c. -nd $1.50
Juan Dioe (coumtem highway),
$1 and $2 r mter. Phne
2-5430. M. Hell 24th St. Est,
Home 2.


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IOR FOR SALE:- The Navy raffle aPO R RENT.:-.Frilkehed ape-rt ltolin'a *potmeunts for rent at
1955S le-Air Chevrolet Coup*. FOR SALE: Leaving lethm Mont. Resonoble price. Phone Santa Clare. PhoneSelles 10A1
,FOR SALE.I_, -, o. m stk FO .. .-R SALE:- ,.. -- u 50000 ATLANTI C CSSINGSN
bamboo drapes (7 by 12 ft.) hardltep, 2-tone, w/whit.side- 1949 ulk-4-doer, IDynlew, 3-5229. Vista Henmse, Rkcar- for reservations.
s hker (1 b 10 2 be me n at Qur- $5Pe23n p t Hose He.3- A, FOR RENT -2,000,000 PA$SE RERS
with-tWe-wey trverse roed $803 well tires, special paint, new car Super with extris $425 cash; 2 de Mire, 52. 0 .
Sft.)$101, ) 50 kbotle hetterills. 2-2485 or can be seen at Quar- $SS. Phone 2-63l3-Anton. FOR RNT:---Leage 5-bedrnFR
1o o er $2.75. 571 Curandu HN. ts 0902, Aiodor :Red, emet. No. lA Roolis A Clipper filled with Paris- e.t over-ocean plane, s
uit Phone 83-4181. FOR SALE ,--1954 Chevrolet se- FOR SALE:-Mynah birds. Last Hrames), between 2ndand 3rd bound passengers is making thl m nldng Pan American's a ht
ioance o-H. to l p.m. di", tudor, tutone, excellent chance to pleae your des for Sets. Betania bases will leave FOR RINT: Butifully fur- 50,000th Atlantic crO flown 50,000, will be In Part oiy
Char Schbol s a.. to 12 non FOR SALE: Practically new condition. Asking price $1450. werld's hlaeo and et talk ing you right t your d3r. Apply nished large rm, kitchen. Bl- by Pans American World Air- hours after leang c ork.
J. uI e 2.42a or anind 3 .1 furniture including bedroom set, Ibelbbe 4171. birds. Phon, elbee 16 9, nt dr No. Is Vist, MexicoAe. 69. Phone ways, leaving New York at 5 ard Gray, a in of
dining room set, sittin rm st, Brdley., .-0553. p.m. Tuesday, June 28. the flt Atlantic flight ld
STUDIO EL PANAMA HOTEL Ir ws e and FOR SALE: 1948 Chrysler FOR RENT:-Lage 2-edroom They will Join 'the 2,021,483 ow eecutive vice president of
l many other household equip. Convertible, condition o d furnished aportmnt,'$95. Tiv- FOR RENT:- Furnished roam travelers whom Pah American Pan America, points out that
sent all in, perfect condition. lest offer over $450. Call 2- IbR SALE:- 1950 Studeboke eil Avenue. Coll holben 1366. near the bus stop in 46th St. has flown 200,000,000 miles PAA now.is dispatching SB times
SoLIN wrru BMrgain price. Inquire 44th St. 3462 ofter 4:30. seden, good condition & hese- end Vie aspela. Call 8-1099 across the ocean in the 16 as many flights a week -In
h'e IING No. 37. price.A. K.qui r 4 Adld items. Very cheep. Marien FOR RlNT:-I-bedreom opert- or 3-6226, years since the airline began 1939, and transportIng l1
SCHI~P1 ATrL.AIC-" .37ApFOR SALE: All new; blocks Aresemenen St. 31-56. Cell 3- msent, beautiful furniture, gee putt1s Into transatlantic prac- transatantic paseners a
,A 1u m.'International, Ford, Che vrolet, 23834. re2 FOR SALE t Ie Ino rastant
E IIIUURIEE3Mi |a Chrysler, hBde Hercules. Call Central Aeo. Ph 2 -1816. F S veWate flying ratr of tFSotal of. In Clipper tolt dre
SI aee |rini ayo d. phone -12 FOR RENT- FuFOUrnl port- Motorcycles the Caribbean. more than twle as fast and
Ok s FOR SALE:FrigImdavre. Phne 2-816oe. oiTer aer flying to
Pa lr Graduate) 1 FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury LV I wnt. Frigidaire,es steve. VVia Thi represents flying the carry twice s many people as
("Pat Gs ut 3e-1 i3j.. Club Coupe. Low mlt ex Espas, les house before Jua n FOR SALE:-Sach meatr 98 c.c. entire po ulation .of a city the the 1939 Version.
SLf A flhOn cellent condition, radio, over- Franee. $10. Cristobal 3-3295. size of Philadelphia across the A total Of 24,540,618 pounds
Drive. Albrook 2106, Quarters LOST: Dg, Ceke' Spanil Atlantic or 870 trips to the of mail, equalling 552,000000
I""'4'"' S.-- 73. femels, light brown, ml. Cll FOR RET:-Fr a coupleor FOR SAL:- H.D. m rcycl moon for a Clipper letters, and 0,8 pound
IRANSPORT SAlT -5.Ma A 84-2 125 h.s8, -12 i5' Ichelor, the ide l I bedroom excellent condition. Call D. Nel- It would have taken Colvum- cargo, from tons of machinery
S16 FOAM2-24 ASC -pes Moe 4 32. R d. m. h So.a. ...p *e. t e r. *o, nw Ha I -' i -1874 or 5-567 ftr 4 bus roughly 9,452 years to make to ounces of gsamer Prs
Sm Phemes 2-245j-1 2m256 Oark;. Vu. U Civil D. F. L. Corn. tel El Panme. Easy to furnish. p.m. 50,000 Atlantic crossings. He fashion creations, have been
SWASHINGTON June (UP)- Call 3-3421 from 6 to I p.m. used up 69 days on his voyage flown across the ocean by PAA.
'LearncRepin at BiA oS H ING OO N, June0Uh)-Civi Defense "~ ,
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL he Senate Banking Committee (Co nt inued from Pa o T --1 $%muSeir kwrnFORRNT:-BeMNs autiful furnish- Passengers on the WOd' neW- (Mecurlo)

I orepinc st d atarees ta i em o te whoess TO IMOOW "THE BAREF T CONTESSA



Riding b 6 Blays approved wo-year extension of eed a er h e 01 Ad l, 1 s, 6. N la inad om t Paradaptmt in wondluloa-
0Ito s de M. Phon S.A. the Defense Production Act e t yes-Irance of Quarry Heights, Biri Pr, nor Roovt chefNkita Khrushche
r I we terday after rejectinganadmin. seemed to take adisintereed ldy."CalldayOme 5-2152 tion. Twobedr. ms fullyequi The agency uoted well in-
t Ave. (betweeniodak But ret quest that floot fight 28 he whole torhing. 49' in .fer, 4:30 Curundu pod; .'ls nice kitchen Moscow
S212. Le amen se ane or something ad Dar t A.S mar- washing machine. Must be rnt- THEvisit.
Certain whzzng by bu nohng hpe10th straightse fir All American ms from e L 255 tw t has been seven years since
S njboO"tane skbothe "Iwas quire,44th St. No, 37, A.!4pt. K. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, June FREE OF CLICHES
S(Ptprhsaid one husky man, "s w
D e rap De The committee alDefensepro on an LST during the last war, SlF E ha m MFOR RENT-Spacious, b alpel n- h o tsteintto v has i
SVen mia s rosecution to firms which housing so this sor rt Yugolavia out of the doesn't get o-screeed 2- m, 2 bth a
o Taerse tor defbusinesse produntil Juy I e y excited." apartment, D.c, meld's romMs a regoltav ne.wsgn















Di~r i .... t -y bi to fverham ] Lov A pedestrltn remarked that All-Amerdo "'" t, O inlh I U ofdhle01 co e ot Y p r *v
C ms proga s fltare o he giren roewr1mne a r outthe Mi rotgh0 the three-timy reported oday.But their "W can neither
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waeed iethe ld oT T -collara wworker hosgaid n r 3-o7n dy 1e The report of the Impending dh
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Sd amitr vi lok at t etr ere Third-seeded Mrs. leit of RENTia Pre which fl he to i au ctong ue fwb te t cliche-hater from way
l ermentf shor noticeto oper and shrue, so Long Beach ended Brit-deend the Soviet n ie he a t e


















I S nU e- cr ate emergency agencies in war- I turned around and went on my aBnruh, by dfeatlng Anela Henley regatta. itz0doia levlwmch foloe For example, it is a solemn Hollywood axiom that bea-vt
o pro rams learned seemed to noticed the sren oear Montebel Calf, eeded sxththe The national docks board let The four nations announced wearin dark glasses. So, n "TheBarefoot Conte






It provided that such menitwho looked perturbed. So what could orh, r first appearance at W im- th e freighter Strela dock irn th at "continued cooperation be- ed nv.entally, n Technicolor, Ava Gardner, as a M
tose a from their private employers oWIMBLED t other qN June Theater. p ote equ oted "Well black bathing ut with eyeglasses to match
Should not be directors or heads of In Panama several iness-ter-fnal, 6-2, 6-3. could unload the shells for the to peace ad stab inloty."
government buras hold co men who work alon28urth o traditional race tarting tomor- Possibly the mo d ng bit of cliche-shattering Mse








arab o anti-ai riga a miead. lsee anvambenu e reorste something could arle t npHard"s et pa seventh row. n p ewcproulgatesn the u coerns a plao
tr o.twhizzing by but nothing hip- 10th straight All -America in andP a.nm. 2 5 t T 5 d It has been seven years since
SII. would be limited to adveory sePo- opened." women' s singles finatoday at- Seven trkers volunteered Tito wasthat n the last reel te two tonic friends discover thMoscow, feted
ution Act extesio added, the Senate "Sure heard it," said onthe Wimble on, tennis chai- FOR R N beautiful a- by the Soviets' top leaders and
Dr.. Fabre D. committee turned down nd d woman, "but the deck of the 1948-ton freight- their tmnt Barefoot Contessa. Boart and Gardner taroA on min busily arranging such items as a










1 C1 A. 0Y cwerig but no y, ov e was made to a r friendship pact. tonc idad end up exactly the same way. Adv
Dr.. A. DD ministration proposal to rant 20- posed to do? I just kept right on sets.e C ri no 2078. Then a Cominform resolution
MsO-Ta Ud- brldse year immunity from and- trust w lking."r 23 o g oaiaut n o-
raprosecution to firms which om Mss Hart, the top-seeded star rea Yugosviout of the o-
(40ofetJuly)Av fe t AU b d little ho.rLmaokeDi:k"Mom-sviet-satellite bloc. Tomorrow
M t e Asm p'P- G infaducon.Ao Cor a te A little boy rema ed: "Mor- from'r n. rS willobe the 7th anniversary of
e de th rIsedth nmmtty why is that wstleetooting Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of L imno Dockw ers that ouster resolution.
bohInstead, the mcommitteolxtenlng?" Alameda, Cadt, 64, 6-3, in an u a
med the prr esentdmo- i m fr munity"All-American r a tch.r' U Shs ffi wiall spokeame would not
C.w l outh" tta l infirms product g strito military tAe pedestrian remarked that Vo U nloa dEVmS hells comment on the Yulopres res-
S. L a CA R a Op rMed epirm t eushXpstieagdmilirar thersiren drowned out' the, Mis rough the threetime port. But their "We can neither
1% ban" t ao u ipment.ary agreeexist g "non- noise of a Canal ZOae eop who Wimbledon ehAampion from Reds an confirm nor deny it" was re- The cliche, which a
measGerma IComm ela 'agreemelants"mcduldtcolon PanomanP I e a
sowl-. tnunte for two a etra r feten t on.ywas blowing furiously on his Beverly Hills, C4111., eliminated SoRe s(e garded as their confirmation of heavily, is thrashed wltran
Soyeglpro ie f the attorney whistle-- to no avail. He could. Beryl Penrose, the Australian the report by the semi-officIal "TheBarefoot Ciontesedsa," cmin Ainh it thrbre e a
e neral approves ttm. not be heard above th blast Women's champion 6-2, 6-0, N N, The June 28 the(UP) agency. Theatre.The funeral processionwe ct nge for preadet
The committee also drastically, of the siren. with a superb display of ten- Striking London dockworkers re- Bogart, Ava Gardner, Nim i n
... VhA Mi. Mrsoa ren =sie .liss Brough Is seeded se- fuse idtodentifieday to let volunteers The report of the impendinon er
proposal for creation o fan "e. th nk ne curious employee drove up ond. board a strike-bound Soviet ship visit came as the Wester s Na Mtinal Avenue at 1 p.m. to- terTo Three Wives a4-























p for cre about anything, and beo o ncl abore fant i is believed to be 2nd Lt. David morrow. L "G iito" Pisa a gian
cutive reserve" of dollar-a a-.yer to the Qurry. Heights gate.rM to unload the racing shells of a Three powers and Yugoslavinn. He "AllAbut Eve," among others) sa e-ater rom w
men wh woud come nto the ov. "I looked at thsetry there Third-seeded Mrs. lei t t o an ofnload th Russian crew which flew here to issued a communique following back.
























. BrMALTo Sfic. men wou coeit oten n Long Bech Cal the flier'i pareddBi were notified Joyce and Lynn; brokers, Hug h ewer ate
ernment short notice to opera. ad he shrugged back at me, s Long Beach, Caif., ended Brt- defend the soviet title in he a three-day meeting on the a d
Sate eme cy agencies in war turned around and wen on my a' hopes by defeat ng ela Henley regatta. bassadorial level which followed For example, it Is a solemn HOllywood axiom o
oti me. way. Traffic was normal, none Buton, 6-2, 6-2. Miss Hard of the Soviet visit to Belgrade. ntitful girl utvr behn S.n












-U The fsous nime.nwa anws Batesidonn t aeoI G e rk s 8o, tn nehe Baefoo on "f
SF deesseemned to notice th siren or Montbe lla lst e aeded sir xth The national docks board let The four nati ons announced wearing dark glasses. oin T e aro wo a, t
SIt provided that such men who looked perturbed. So what could for her first appearance at Wim- the freighter Strelna dock in that "continued cooperation be- ed, In mentally, in Tehn lor, Ava Gardner, a Ma
S Oim C m would continue to draw salaries I do?" bledon, eliminated Hungary's London yesterday ahead of other tween them under conditions of cabaret dancer who beco ar e
frotei, po ria t tre Oy whora Mrs. Kormocl InTthe other quar- waiting ship in hopes volunteers full equality arte a contribution black in suit wit eyegles to match.
fr Ta Ar could not be directors or heads o In Panama several business- ter-final, 6-2, 6-3. could unload the shells for the to peace add stability." P itheng t arin o he
colm d-nso trbeioito rsoregov tureuasdoolhwon nrkalo n orthrof traditional race starting tomor- -Posblythe most darit
arable policy-making or admin- uly Avenue report could The riumps et ua seventh kewc. promote in the oerns a platonic afr'
Istrative posts. In ffect, t h e y not do their work be use the straight al.,IU.8. O -final in lonbetween.Avaandum reyT he
would be mted to advory p. siren disturbed thethe women s Seven trikersVolunteered to a weeiers that, In thel, te two platon friends dscver thi
w b my "It was a darn ulsnan c nk girlof ca fourli ht crates con A they have loved each other all on and proceed
fbgtn Iu s ance, the title or t s aigteracinshells from An In Into each other's arms. INo suh thing happens in "li"
sto tey added time. the deck of the 19-ton freight- Barefoot Contessa" Bogart and Gardner star out as p-
WOMAndNreen-0 er, but no move was mad e to L tonic friends iad end up extly the same way
ToRed-un.W.Maureen Conn Brinkler of unload them. tA her Crasin
F THE HOUSE an Diego, Calif.b did not. d The Soviet embassy here ap- Pircusired ""
fend the crown h year after parently appealed for help in
,Winninln it three iye n a arow.getting the shells unloaded, but YOHOSUKA,Tune amenUP)-hF
mericans of their 2h women's workers Interrupted W. Green, fears fo me 30 miles ori Dies; Funeral
Loilobrigida flatly denied today t itlin 23 renewals 'since Helen chairman of the dockers's mass in Tokyo Bay a f t er "ditching"
A* hkd-uby id-Of 111714 tO 110t-I Wills won the first of her eight meeting, before he could finish eir niht Tomorrow At
ft the. East-.West ; ek** by croTwns In 1927. "We've had a message from mthiruight f e t e-.Fmf-r Sundayes will take lace
~atmIRS a Comimunist _' r u athe Russian embassy..." he be- morning.
"world youth" festival in W a r-r-. l ,dFaint radio signals advised res. tomorrow afternoon in the Pu1-
the East G e r mia n Communist.1 "rIdiUe daday- an the eigfhtb Shouts Interrujd him and tomen still were& alive hear .Gadaby. 35-year-old Panamar NAPL.S, Itl, Jun.
.WI bwant to hear It." of Tokyo, aMarine Corps spokes- inat Matias Hernandez HoNpi-Iholed New York N F
l NMI = had ated n invitation to seml-l l se t hoar anything about the Rus- The men on the rafts have not The funeral procession wl president
Ao$W ss boats?" Green asked. The been identified by Marine author leave the family residencene
-1disfko s. mehy1wiae" gard. answer was a roar. ties. However, one of the fliers National Avenue at 1 p.m.' -I
I can doaot w watytheingandbe- A heckler shouted that "If is believed to be 2nd Lt. David morrow...u..I "Gi oP
e alt Iboutt anything, and be-I I H Xugh Stewart of Pan Marino, there are any Oommunists here Wintoa Ben, of Wayzata, Minn. He Is survived bY hLs mother aboitrl U lkding boat
G'iusM Iwouldn'to ayrway,"lnCalif., andurimV .orrof G let ] them gon4 unoadtheRus- Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bell Mrs. Miriam Gaftl y; sister,_ h so, wate to-
Gia saW tho IgManysreabah"dt,0 uiwUth Sn i Kan boat..' the flier's parents, were notified Joyce and Lynn; brothers, Hugh e erat .ui ji-
r" MikoVe wic wdfst The ineiiing broke up in an Maonday by the Marine Co r p s and Gefield and severalOt L
Gla.ria.Butler l ,r 64er was issift an the Tokyo area the boys chanene I,!SMau
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*" By ERSKINE JOHNSON It's still a two-and-a-half-hour "a man of 45 shows his age i
NBA Staff Crrespendeut make-up job and might have been thoughts and action, not j
longer except that Dean rebelled: wrinkles."
-HOLLYWOOD (NSA) Ex. "look," he argued-and won- ---
elusively Yours: Suggested title .They're burning the midnl,
Sforti.television show or movie co- oil at the Producers Associatac
starring Hollywood's newest sus- ||ai A DIa, DamIa about the city of Seattle organ
mue team, .IBe Fisher. aMd J UU3 IIUI rrllunu ing a film censorship board..
bble Reynolds: u l .i was formed on complaints thi
"I Love Publicity" avelI films eed"adults only
Latest flash If anyone is stillF *To Fly t as
JY Forman, says they will. Low N Airpor .Fash-ion-model to-move-"fo
fa- Lihr"'> in v,, ftang *700 a week as Kirk Douglai
New ork de ies loaena t her NEW YORK, June 38 (UP)- leadi7 lady in "The Indian irgil
that he'll break up the brother A federal judge ruled in an n-. er." s a New York cov
S and takehi. vilinesew precedented deciton yesterday queen, she averaged $1000 a weel
ata at a community near an airport Selected Shorts: Guy Madison
A top writer for a movie trade has no legal.r" ht to keep low-fly- role of an Indian in Columbia
Saper is barred from Lans Turn. g a rpanes rom zooming over Reprisal Isn't the first tume
e r'sset. Sheno U kee is' last re- its rooftops movie cowboy has played a rec
ort on her U.S. Atty. Leonard Moore said skin. Early ilm star Jack Mu
po on the ruling "will have a broad a- hall once worked in a low-budge
Hedy Lamarr's friends fear that fect on every airport in the coun. western. In the morning he played
the breakup of her marriage to try.a
Howard Lee is ne arrie to In what Moore said was the first dians. In the rnoon he donned
federal court ruling in the nation war paint and feathers for th
Shirley Temple and hubby to deal with the issue, J udge camera and chased himself.
Charles Blak nixed Ed Murrow's Walter Bruchhacsen issued a per-
request to invade their home with manent injunction against t h e Too bad Jack Webb didn't hir
FV's "Person to Person." They Long Island village of Cedarhyrst. George Liberace to jazz it up wit
don't want the kiddies to feel the The village lies at the end of the NVIREH Five Plus Two i
hea tofel the limelight, one of Idlewild International Air- .Pete Kelly's Blues." They coul
-port's runways.- After a series of have called 'em: The Firehous
S Mara Lane, who was in "Susan crashes in the metropolitan New Five Plus Two Plus George."
Slept Here," is worried over the York area involving airplanes that
chance that her skiing accident in were either landing or taking off, Heard at the Wild Goose bar
Italy last February may leave her the village passed a law making "I seem to be going slowly craz
with a permanent limp. She's been it a misdemeanor to fly over its over women, doc. Isn't there an
bedded ever sine the big spill, rooftops at less than 1,000 feet. way you can hurry it up?"
with the injured gam in a cast. The major airlines using the air.
The witnet: Dorothy Shay said it port, the Civil Aeronautics Board
about a newly rich Hollywood cou- and the Port of New York Author-.
ple: "They're so fancy the rings ity filed suit, seeking. a permanent
in their bathtub are marked "His" injunction against the village. f .
and "Hers." Bruchhausen conducted a non-
Jury trial early this year a n d
D on na Reed's six-year-old issued his findings in a 36-page de-
Timothy in tears going into a cision today.
theater matinee:- "Mommy, some- He declared the Cedarhurst stat-
body's sitting in our preserved ute null and void. He issued the
seats." injunction which claims the an-
cient doctrine that he who owns
Not in the Script: Tallulah the land owns the air above it is
Bankhead's ex-hubby, John Em.- no longer valid. Air space is part
ery, who nired a romantic role of the public domain now, he said.
opposite her in the play "Dear Bruchhausen said, moreover, that
Charles" only because he didn't Congress has opted comprehen-
like the size of the part: a-|e ir traf plans for opera.
"We get along fine except when' tons around airports and therefore .
Y Ay Wife' '(Tanara Geval) is municipalities do not hdve the
around. Then things are a little power to establish their owo flying
S tense and nervous because I nev. regulations. .
er know what Tallulah's going to "The fact that various states -
s ay" have legislated in the field of air W
S say traffic plans for operations around
This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: airports and therefore municipali-
one of the biggest movie queens- ties do hot have the power to A I .
and a highly beloved one-slipped establish their own flying regu- nA r Jlbv I
back into town after a second face nations. a arou st..ate "
lift in Europe. Sensational results I "The fact that various states
and she'll be facing ameras'have legislated in the field of air
"The again soon. traffic regulations is no indication ^, *W' t V,
"o be- that Congress did not intend to
film. Hollywood one piled on the preempt the field by the exact-
1 Ed- wrinkle make-up for anyone aging ment of the 1938 Aeronautics Act,"
opens past 40 but only graying temples, the judge said.
Advt. a receded hairline and a few fore-
head lines will mark young James |
Dean's 45th birthday as Jett ]ink
Sin "Giant." Get your SANASPRAY BIDET installed
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O LIVE OAK, Fla., June 28 (UP) Regular price...... .$35.00
-Rufus Howard, 56-year-old unem-
ployed wood plant w er, held ff Installed ......... .$39.00
7:50 a five-man armed posse in a wild
four-hour shooting spree before
the'Suwannee Country sheriff de- _
field threats of death and overpow--
ered the berserk man.
Howard, who chased a suest
un" from his home early this morning
after "crying all night that people I i-
were trying to kilhim" was 9 I
d lodged n fthe county jafl pending
a sanity hearing.. .R E
Y The house guest, Clifford Bell, ,
called Sheriff Hugh Lewis and De. *
puty Fred Cannon to the s ce n e
p.m* this morning after Howard "ran
me out of the house and started
shooting out the windows." f .' *
ION Lewis summoned the aid of
0S" Before the four-hour siege end-
ed, 10 tear gas bombs or grenades
had been tossed into Howard's
home, a submachine gun was em-r
erS ployed to cover the sheriff's ap- 'Y'S
wounded whon a tear gas bomb
y e.., xploded in his hand, and one o
trooper sa shot between the eyes em -esig
with "bird shot" from one of How.
Lewis suffered burned hands ars
nee and a bliatered face, but neither
s he nor Trooper Charlie Davis was
S Lawis sa d he suit for help from
p eoaolne toeet o
ad's home to bear Howard
shout: "sheriff, I think lot of
ine o y obut dsm't in. 11 kill

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ByB- s G.* : HECTOR LOPEZ, Kansas City, to select players on the Mexican News of June 2i) beat Beaumont
By HARRY GRAYSON "Stonebam must look at t h I s Amerian League, as of June 22. and Foreign teams for the an- By ZEKE HANDLERJuByddhehet t di
situation from a business stand- had appeared in 39 games, had nual Mexican League All-Star ne e s
NEW YORK (NEA) -Thee point,'' says a Gaintofficial. "We 140 at bats, seven' RBI's and was game. .Bil Harris, 23-year-old C an a- 3 as he permitted seven Jits.
are always staunch denials when hate played to nomore than 480 hitting .229. 25,228 fans saw the Foreigners dan Cutie" o the Fort W o r t h He appeared in a short reueJ-'-
a major b a me b a I I managerial000, and with thelclub playing like Lopez hit his first major nose out the Mexicans 6 to ,. In (Texas) Cats, has the solution to sint at San Antonio June 12, 'with.'-
change su anticipated. Perth Amboy firemenwe ipgre' league home run Sunday in the the game that was played June a h cl u
The one ending Leo Durocher to draw only with the Dodgers. second game of a doubleheader 21. The sturdy young man simply his sixth victory, June 15, as
from the Giants to the Cardinals They have two more series-six against Baltimore. Kansas City Kellman hit a roundtripper goes out to the mound, tak es turned back Houston, 4 to 2,
nd br in Bl Riye from games-in Harlem andwill gve won 7 to June 16, in Nuevo Laredo's 7 to charge of the game and gets it o with help coming in the eiht
Minnea to the Polo Grounds our attendance an artificial stimu- Lo ez was recently moved to 3 conquest of Mexico City.
sno is romthe ohsatb otdottver in time reminiscent of t h e inning
is no different from the others. lant. but outside of that, and. their base and Jim Finigan He was still second among days gone by when many contests Hars lost his second game ia
But the urce of NEA's exclu- less something.happens for the transferred to second. It has Mexican League hitters up to were completed well under two- eight decisions. June 19 when he
aive story, one close to the New better and quickly, the Polo been argued for some time that June 22, with a .38 average, and hours. as knocked out in the fh st
York Nationals' high command, Grounds is going to be lon e y Finigan would be more valuable had driven in 37 runs. Take, for instance, the night of za as Shreveport beat the Cats,
sticks to ni ns. place the rest of the way. playing second. May 24, when he pitched a full- 6 to 0.
"0S tks t through as man- IT IS NO SECRET that a large It also was felt that Lopez VIBERT CLARKE, Charlotte, route, four-hit shutout to b e at The 87.pound, five-foo, eight-
ager of 'Glasts," he reiterates. segment of old Giant rooters nev- could do himself more justice at Class A Sally League, picked up Beaumont, 3 to 0 in the fastest inch black-browed righthader
*Thle change could be made any er accepted Durocher, and stone- a position with which he is fa- his eleventh victory June 19, time of the season-one hour and was born in Dorchester New
day, or itmay not come until ham has been worried since the m lar, when he won a mound duel from 36 minutes. That evening he per-i Brunswick, Can., December 3,
the i isom end. Durocher' two- paid admissionsdropped om Lopez has worked his bat with Macon's Joe Hinchman, 1 to 0. mitted only two opposing players 131, and still makes his home
year c.i.-a expires then." 50o,000 under Mel Ott i 1 0 t better success once he was re- Clarke allowed only four hits to reach third base. walked but there
The mosi ificant thing in 985,000 in 193. Even with all the moved to thirdonbaseh. a spot he and set the stage for Char- one and struck out four. Harrs joed Fort Worth i


It alsots important to n This is the second timeat when Minneapolis ing Fort Worth hill staff. He made

harry Wae, who was named to Durocher that the Giants a v e ledo, Class AA Aerican s-on sieMY in mound prospects lin the Brook- rt i
oociaitoSt.wionneirotfopl fromthieMsummitafterasacrificeflynby lyn organization.
thsucceed own e Stauk ei t as ntscmen from 13 um er s straight after reporting from a ne o l r ille tmchalked up his first f T s e i to 5
ase for ange. Durocr there obea nid- th e Dode rsn 15 ROCKING HORE-Ths what Michael Adams 3%, PAT SCANTLEBURY H a ut tolal to 135 whie hurl e it he elrt
oofthe G season. ady ttandpretenromhasteeMilwaukee, absorbed his tbi- hits.d wins in 16 das to bolster an ail-


d bm see rta k ut e things rcookred pn Yorktfir-s-Cuehe in twhe fifth inning in al e 21- ing Fort Worth hill staff He made
indicates that Droce w o u 1 dbihter in 53,was the clittl e miracle of game against Rochester. Ha e- Harris went the distance for the
have a new nact right now if Coogan's Bluff in 1951, when the fift games. He is the ace of the ug- runs and seven hits, but eqe Sports, uiredto 2
tent at the timt this ded atm i T h me fromom3bg end bth Tlee trikpns ea KnsrlTledo 7 to 5 relief to make secure ,a 7 to5



tueeimeed Stnkt bte .adr League mI th suep o --eopez 29, against Shruhoaro15vepowiehrrt, nosing outrn
aase hiG ian.te rma i d- tand the Brooks getting older, 1 b n PARRISs Montreal, the Sports, O6 to .lsa Even the stone 9 wom
ne contract nowe r narsy ingpop-Dooley Adams, the nati n's Class AAA International League, 5 to 6 victory over Bakers- ngs in his net start against Sand obt r
out in early August of 1953, when kees in the World SeriesWillie leading steeplechase jckey-takes him over a hurdle aboard e er June to oi ths 7n i







toher Giantse Rigney, destined But here are the Giants foirting By hARRY GRAYSON change in the club he beat 1la s t department with 11g wi w the ei a- Antonio, allowing three runs an,
manato be new maner of the fading ith the second divin fractured hisnot y arrwhen hit No. 11 yestarterday
Word Champions has Minneao seemmg to care. AlLopz of the NEW YORK (NEA)A Lo "In fact," he says, "they were i Montreathe Cats won, 4 to 3.
was out in front in the American Indians and a lotgherin '53, of other the club finishedstart of last year washing of Syracuse. is By W an d SAVE during
Association Rigney cannot do the ifall people say ffthat last is Cleveland club is having a than they are now. Phil Rizzuto I re



nt EAmuch good anow, but e is they couldn't conceive of this i a was at short in good shape and lEON ELLMAN, Nuevo La-y two r te SP se iPA I N A F
a hihl important cog witm ent comeback, ndto the Gan the eehere ar Kings relieving staff. arence Allie Reynolds was sound. Aie redo, Class AA Mexican League,
ore valed h p ans tisn as beaten' w the American League if To R epeat--yLopez 29, again Shreveport, nosinglout
timple change ytar, ageers as aI keptnd the Brooksge111tting o I d e rvi- now. Rizzuto is not even a sha- ARRS, Montreal,
Stories constituted a freak year. dowInternationalLeague, of what he was. n
S ileadsYou can't win tthe hohame run -outt many without "That's how of his sixthsuccesI see its whennow, but e stingiest pitcher in t e
some people suspect.o fo th e M Giants. obIhe0AsO fiwc dre-nl G d tan s t 'Tetha en hSts 6 s one eed



anagrluck." you can't make definite statGe- h r i Southern Association is Clarence jZenith Rhdios Fullar Brush
For one thing, Rigne, de stained ut thlys flirting By HARRY GRAYSONhurn, 25-year-old change in the club he bea
to be new manger of the fadingwith the second division and no The Indians' manager points to "You say Casey Stengel claims for obous reasons, insists on be- Snspry Bide ester Hearing Aids



World Champions, has Minneapo- seeming to care. Al Lopez of the NEW YORK as an example. The the team thatce says, hardest ing called "Chuck." The Pelicansntreal's to 0 white-



_EA *WT AI Tribe played 13 games in that; will win. He's right. I never nahad been in 71 games through i etc., etC. '
is out in front in the American IndiansW and ka lot of 3h otherbopezw ershy embsan tong thestaNof asye 2N OWii




ntra a a a e LA YA the Boston and Albanoy Railroad other way. tHei of eyace t
Association. igney cannot do t heb angeople s ay thatt spring- e ver dland that club is having a than they ae now. Phil Rizzuto relieved the other











hb wonbMrer Some are simply a bth euickr on You've got to run into days when An Chun s a heavyweight aight- |v \ \
ahiliportant c ogwi ther Orhlickein t they start putting them over the AOng he irw yS handed feet three in altitude WKTAP n ndlend
Giants much good now, but e is they couldn't conceive of tis terribleyear. was at short in good shape and LEON ELLAN Nuevo La-205. they'll ft tiht in holde
Lt yeAr he ewas naluckage oth ing e iy on your heels. You had to expect Cleo Bu Mae skew Leagu der the strain Manager Andy Co-,
Millers, o ne Neither could Horace on games or so, they seem to thin always was a great competitor a- was voted hen of the Pels has been catch (Reprinted Fron the Sporting
So why take a ch ance on r theGiantsm.re good last y r lt r The qualifying rounds for the f pelled to put on rs shoulders.C.A A
hurting g a valued franchise at this that er Rhodes and An- Lopez is not on a diet of in- Pangama Women't s Golf Associa- The bg el as saved






year. oge? were sensation change. g ernails. Thept seasying our 111 vic- now. Rizzuto is not even a mpionsha-ip many BIa LLame or other pitchersEFE
one theaddedstarte Brooklyns, the sol ories that, h e says. But he is m-Tournamenw of what were played on the and, thouh the innings he pitche







ucThe Giants also had an ass o e that art of the Brazos coursan't make Judefinite 23 ta through Southern Association is Clearnedrun averagence Zeith Radios
lC 2 a Vclub in the leaguer TheCBrookly o w a nds wichgwa 20 trog inian who.Ju 1
combe had pThethe Indians' manager points to; the Th w. a ay too or l r ly Presented tsins inters ink, be-Spray Bidet
these two fellows aremaking thisyear .. the Year. ovan and he is wian example. The points tLe of medalit. cause one would have to know of






Tribe playSmokey Alston then would have bed 13 games in ct h t will win. He's ri I dneverade ini Chuck was of
Couldn't Whave mised. First year L A busher a hand pitcher. H. on e looks like it. An otd ot twelve players qualified way.loy ara trotted out to protect a two run
league, handling players do__he didn't know t nt then Harry Byrd o mse once. up with so the tournament has been victor- lead when the bases were filled.






Instead Durocher was. Indeed, itis big ones, ganilzed as one flight. The first Ninth ofa series Cohen had Churn last year at
winetg m manager ns o go't toe he Giantrocess two tie"W am s wasn't around with Thaunds was-a e Aon E M













oematicas towbed a uesftlonable vadityand ey lastpm July 3. Written for NEA Service e11 arid lost three. porting
hid erable doubt whether the Intelligent baseball follower rega te as we i as he Cleo Burns versus Nellie Whit- "A reliever like Chuck is worth












it beriobly. n a ens up there. I don't have to tell ney. No one is immune from shank his weight in sirloins," Coihen
"sand rocking scales at 205. they'll fit tight inholders.
Whe n a pennant-winning mhe ange, r skds the folnt owing on roher "So this year we dropped three Tortorici versus yas ph. says, ading: "and he weighs a iqueTANT
t ventonal tucky andrgue n h t's ust about he e Andup there. It's justo Billy Klauverages, GLouise Reynolds ersTo Viola The finest players have spells lot. I sit back when he takes o CELLULOSE
manager who was withounnin the othsummer." beore. Anon your heels. You ha they Pavckt Cleo aMe Askeof this golfing disease vr, feelingtht the run making
a t of tch for the pitchers or hit or have hitter good last The s Jane Huldtquist ersus Bye. I had one on the par 4 10th of has speedtopped. He can is shouldears.m u TAPE
S* the plenty." s tMa Askew ve An- Lopez is not on diet of fin-Panaa Woen's Golf ret the Fort Douglas course in the faster than a big Pe hurcyle pump and
werrsensateinoanal.TayP sa soMusetooerthRotd aHanica ambleshipsMan, a game for other pitchers,





toneli. the add NEEDS FRONT RUNNER On to e record, you cannot say andp on Salt Lake Open of 1948. his control seems to steady down
Smost cases, thint s al s true. In Duassinrocheers, no. None can t Indians. The Erne Dials versus Bye. I missed the green with my sec the ntire team. u g cr












p' Sat his glittering best in a spotlight, or dramatic situation b pe e ds o g lck something, j Cram than 30 feet to the right. Denver and it I leave New Or- n protect child.
s a leagcommunate te rooys woud haves cocky confidence an Grcia and Bob Ruby open day- pKruger versuhati in sayis Bye. It wasng thatarjust a oflitt th Brazos course June 23 through wedge shot, leans to go some place else, I






unt trance to the players, ad his brewed talent for beat- Lemon not on the 1954 beam. The tournament as organized but I shanked it to the right hope I can take b with me- .
redlight isf CampaDool hustling days, is putable to brilliant use. games by a total of five runs," regular monthly PWGA tourna- peaed the performance- his value to th e team isn't clear-
obe had pitched up to expectation psuled. Look at the difference Boston, is improved. Askew came in wipostponed until Ju- ly got off a good shot and one Churn was born in Machipongo,
these two feball who can get 110 percent out of a contend The Wher u t didn't g et runs. Lem Dick Don Thes ly 30 for the awarding ofor ti- ted for a 6. Va. In 1ed952, he met Miss inar y be-






t her and Drocher, with a struggling team beset been hit hard, but I say he's just prizes. then had three birdies in a Fances Vicitwould have to know ofPa.,
Sm dentures in the feld, s the worst manager one of those ruts he always ---- row, went on to tie and beat and mes inOctober of that year they
t hannterted in a race of selling players. Thats wh and pitcher. He looks like it d ntted ouf to protect a two run Shankng s caused by wheel bund for tor







k fference, as matters stand, whether he stays real soon. ing. You then swing from the out- Churn is a veteran of 24 monts with Tp to protect MND bron g







I"sa s e so uWe're hurting at the plate, NOTES side in instead of the normal in- in the service, nine of those .gamnttn-ect. fortemporaryrepair.
ea h has been dionad to look for fire at the first however, anByrd coI mean hurting. Vi side o ut. The shoulders urn a months having b een spent n Ko- eprentativs: CIA. ATLAS, S. A.
I.nai em er n elaieds thee s ebsta e e le t a ba ha Th ganized as one ali t T Ninth ofa series o l e d to hChurn last hyear at nam







ot Most Tf tengl7 .rh.. hs ou ad hn ope rght rolnga. at pth o r eancam Wometsslf t ist oba- Ti sTeut the lu eino bigen ae hui" han was h- t A. B O
matc w ulda be as tood a choice e as any. The truth is cnthere "Wiliams wereasn't for Al Smith a rounds will be played before 6 By LLOYD MANGRUM Denver, where the big fellowtywoa
ntbeimp ementin iants tuation until Mayrds LarryBoston for a large parnt know what and y skeet Written for NA Service o
siderabr e doubt whether the intellIgen season. Now he is raising the dick- Cleo Burns versus Nellie Whit-pA reliever like Chuck is worth' c fl
it seriously. year, ens up there. I don't have to tell No one is immune from shank- his weight innsirloins," C o hen pthANSd
When a.pennant-winn.ing managerookls tsaysl"oaindhoethatkheosays hitter is.em- hTournaentwereuplayedo nten weighs a
Sthe stick, ntonel recover his pitching lines would have ing happened to us bed scores on the hundred back when he take o- CELLULOSE








ni Roeis ake more iame-wlnns t pinch hits out of his throughout the early run. will be divided into classes A, B
manager who was wennin .t the summer before, Another way-of1ladeatue snhort.hstopelrly Re ynol ds an Violae 0othis plf dayeshae. spelsitgthat the run makingor
t heat he pitchers or hit frisks Louis P the hitters. "Ralph Kit has b n spoon the par 4 10th of has stoppedthe. He can warm upTAPELewis Class sys
te TRUe. Drnhr's. n oe ae o n the re ord, you cannot say land. Salt Lake Open of 1948. his control seems to steady down
In most cases, thn c- --, same for the Indians. T he Erine Dials versus Bye. I missed the green with my sec- the entire team.COVERu i
o kanagey hm eh'in.frnt.r. cs up. An extrorat, once over powering p i t c h I amg Marian Tubbs versus Dort ond shot, the ball, going not more I brought hin with me from outsletsitha
----- is ab e ommu...Mct sro s c e-nc I what with Mike Garcia and Bob ORuby Kruger versus Bye. It was just a little wedge shottleans to go some place else,
h eI alerce ai instant airv tag e leie s rgns.aof ansu ackerc o ve) ,4c-.acalsh aersesrihnwlau








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manager next year. The entry fee will be one dollar
And Durocher has said: for each shooter and the winningIS
"Guse and I are old friends. We used to belong to the same i l team will take .ll the u n V
Asuperfluitya.nueedless P.wmost: It is inconceivable that rAI ll Aill be one dollar h V A f I A a C A ty
the Dndy. Little Manager would ever belong to any ordinary FIt rgaet event t .,,*--
lubtarget event.
clb W was brought in to suceeM Eddie Stanky earliertinAOnly anna m rs'Taspshootigu
^Associationly Ca nalmbone Trsapshooting essthen 2 hours away with EL PANAMEROI
the mn. It apprs new as if this might have been a tea pete for the leather gun cases. -a c .,
porary arrangement. .Ironically, Stanky modeled himself after Shooting will tart at eleven Convenient schedules and excelent service ftm
Duroeheaw the old Durocher, who, in importance, modeled him- m m I .
self af el *e deity, Ali .m d Panoma to Bogot6, via c Medelln, with NO
Onel Stanky's mistakes is that he failed to note his para- KHLuIPATICY PANG tO in
on had eue a smart -Ubout face. In the last several years wrk an rat o t ytver- UPPERYFINGERS CHANGE OF PLANE.
Duoehew has been all sweetness and light. There has been a train on th Kidnes, aad Kldney and CLEVELAND- (NEa) Harry *g '- "
gen m his part that once In a while an un ire a r trouble r a soet Jagade of the Cleveland Browns Ba" fights! !
mIght ae right, an acknowledgement, however painful,C u rnain o, gelled the National Football League, Mountain trout fishing! 'fLl
at es ia few of the fans eome eat to see the players play in-.Pai erouness azinessswollen in fumbles last season with 12. Emeralds at bar ala prices!
ste o t a m fp* feeling I before your imeE. fiel your Worlrld's only underground The eldest Airlne of the Ames.
In the hours he now has for reflection, it Is wondered~ kidneys purity your blood with Cysttx. NO NEWCOMER Salt Cathedral Poa Amerieea Weld Airwa Systm.
whether Stanky's thoughts ev drift back tosth time he touch- c x to- right to work helping your1 Old World Culturel
ed off' clubhouse revolt against Billy Southworth, his manager ais C's bt.3 erms in the urinary i NEW YORK -(NEA) -This I si Modern Hotels! Call ve travel agt AVIANCA. Paaima 2415.
In Boeon, an act which eventually drove the manager into re- system. s. Soothes and caims Irritated Sid Gordon's 12th year in the
timent. Destiny has a way of passing the cup of woe from lip t i tou est. majrs 1an the organthird base-


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ev en. .b. fr--ma belood vc lotn or ai BtLs orne:mdvan
er O'Maley on down has started rememberngae an nlame down th iv in. f1t me Ier DI ven. TODA 'S G
S even bigger margin the Dodgers blew in 1951. pneumsur six weeks ago and 2. 3 meter DI, Men. TOD '
ere was hospitalized when he suf- 3. 1W00 metr ley Rely. s s(NY
not getting the least bit declared the Brooklyn owner. "Ii ered a rele three weeks ag,o. Women. Y
cocky about ur lead," O'Malley feel the Giants can go only one Dr. Th ore Badger says It 4. 160 meter Medley Relay, Pittburg at PN) ,
aid. "Like the elephant, we have way-up. Naturally, Im hoping all came one-two-three. We n
nmei orles in Brooklyn and they don't go up too high." never expected it to happen that 0 meter t tre TSTE A
we till remember 151. We were Unlike his former manager, fast." 1 0' t N sa a l es
1e a ahead in August. yet Chuck Dressen, who coined the General manager Joe Cronin 0 6. 1 meter Breast rok, Bys
we Alot. Ad here it is only phrase, O'Malley does not think summed up the grief voiced ev- yer.
June." "The Giant eis dead." On te erYwherye. 'He was a great ath- *7. 0 meter Free Ale, tla ti
one of the Dodgers players contrary, he says there are asev- lete," lpid Cronin, "a grand boy '. 7.'20. m tr Ft e,
were spending those World Se- eral clubs still alive" in the Na- and a great credit to sporta.". yeter gle, B ,
riessharesvrt, either tional League at the moment. Gloom spread among the 0me elir ss a '
"You never feel safe no mat- The forthcoming serIes could Red Sox when they heard the meer, y, Gs,
ter n bia ad you have," be a momentous one for Giant news in Pittsburgh. They '9. 40 y ears Girls,
said outtle er Duke Snider. "I manager Leo Durocher, whose pla ed an exhibition there last 10. enter Free oy
memberbeing with a Montreal job apparently grows more lgt. Manager Mike Higgins 1 yea r
That had an even bigger shaky each day. Durocher's con- said he talked to Agganis "on-0 meter Back ske,
ead than we have now but still track runs until the end of the y bt auray moramnl. He 1 0 meter Back Stoke, Gn
^ elostd..", n e 1955 season but If the Giants' seemed to be in hood s iape, 14 mr B BI
It was an open date for all fortunes do not improve, there said iggins. "' a great A Tlepot) 14 0e roke, Boys.
it's back to the wars for a i re that. A spokesman at Boston Uni- NEXT ON THE LIST? -At w York ht heavy ght champ 400 meter Free S style, Men.
S today While the Giants attempt to vert sad football coach Burf ArChie Moore lives baknowtig wink ontempw e 0
Sd "broken up something bout With heavweighthamion Rocky Mciafo, whose 10 years.
position totie the an to the tween themselves and the terrible.' Donnell had beenal holds. 1. 20 meter Back Stroke, Cyton 5
In a thr gae serve which meet tonight with second starred n fotaoll and by aseball1Ji. 40 met ree tSlet Boys la Merrit McC







lielssw rldae c ot-slace Or oles are idle but Slby ba the scoreot40to31 Navaltation .....4 I .800 night Unssport ba, dropped 12 e ers. Cort Claytonavy. Trooper at fir game at ce3r2
i at R Field tonihtAY lace at stake Chicago Is a- at B n Uoniersity.: GHar -5 r e a a 7 0 meter Back Stroke, i 0 i el al d
but.'O'Malley prefers to "pat ead of Milwaukee by a mere coached the backfield tHarn7.44 erBet




. e abe face the Indt ans and the Red Universal ports .. 1 4 200 to 57 os at the hands of. 100 meter Bret Stroke,730). avy Pacc .... wh4 .0 Cla io with 18,n B *
the dog and let It sleep.the senators n a same Powell five on June 15hal Fort Kobbe vga. Navy acc t perme. during the offt each nett-seasn.d 14 th
"No sose in Netting anyone In other National' League Bs1. 0 meters reast e, r ooA ......2 tpo
madat you nd here's no need ames tonight W.sCinnnati is at Womo. wSobth 15 and ChuGibraltar t m
to lord our lead over anyone," t. Louis and Plttsburgh at Phil- Playground Sports a stGibraltar0me








Te anCONDhMNIswHIMlASlbe mreced- ground Sports.. *' 1 Universal Gpori r Powell t arm dTom orrow v2. u20 meter Brea Strok e 8E soULhrndoNDATo Y 1
adelphia. The game between the Men.-,RS1f
A MR B Pirates and phls Yankees ce Od-el .20. 80 meter Free Style, Girls Fort icob 0, Trpers0 Te Cw
AL BEAN.. d by the completion of the sus- ALBOA GYM two 14 yearnes.F o- rmy Atlai e roos b
e on April 24. The between the two STANDINGS overlooked that the power is 21. 80 meter Free style, Boys A Cyt 4, N a o t
R E I EN TiE Ov n A mri g They eytonr. o ed by there and could come to life at 14 ar. Gres were 1-13 -l
Pit n o trgh's e 8-2 decicaLn over H tpa the 1955 Atlantic Basketball Leagu ane, marinute. since their 54-44 2 0 meter tyle,eague wth a roMES THURSDAYin 88-7 win
No., PMAE rD Ave. the pace-setting Yankees andC umbr.tesm ochd by Jim Won Lost Pt, win over Powells on o penmi 10 years. -
last-place Orioles are idle but Selby bthescor of 40 to 31Na taton ..... 4 1 .800 night Unspt has dropped 23. 260 meter Free Style, Boys Fort Clay vs. coopers at M tt on
THURSDAY the ~second-place White SolScores Iby 'in10years.FortClaytonvirs gmer oopts rj m* I
"lD A the secof lnd-plac e hite ox Sconres uares were: 75, Gibraltar Life ..... 3 2 .600 four succession the most 10 years ot
Smeet the Tigens, the Athletic2113, 4- 1 mi 4031. Powells ........... 2 3 .400 thrilling o which was their 58 24. 100 meter Back Stroke, n v nrt Amcai orc a( p. o
meet the Tigers, the Atleiup.syAryU1efaface the Indians and the Red w o C b Universal Sports .. 1 4 .200 to 57 loss at te hands of thi s Women. (7:30). while Jim K ing -
Sox play the Senators in a i Las C bre same Pells five on June 15. 25. 100 meter Back troke, Fo N y pe eh netted 4 t
night e ewi n-b l.R .n% Dea ti -M R.e Me at .... ... pwh one m l on.rowe ha Ma r a rtw a nd 8. Navy Pacific 8t
E COULD NOT HAR... NOR night tw-bll.14 TOMORROW'S GAMES:Powell: was on a two-game Mn 0
PEA ... NOR SEE... YET Ahtan .....0 Naval Station vs Gibraltar win streak when Sammy Morris 26. 20 meter Free Style, Girls -
lIIn the 'six exhibition ames F Chase ........... 10 universal p vs owe came down wth a virus and8 years.
played at nihtBobhe Lr feInsu a up a tehir27. 20 meter Free ty leRBo ys8 Behind Tex Yarbrough's se a-
THEY CONDEMNED HIM A8 played last night, Bob Wlesler J. Lwlor........... 3 could not play lt Fday. With- a 8 is r
MURDERER BEORE HIS was credited with the Yankees' M. O'Nei. y TREVOR SIMONS out their pint sized star the arn. onaerl record of 6 pointBhers rora
MURDERER BEFORE HIS was credited with the Yankees' M. O'Neil could not playOR last Friay With-
4-1 victory over the Giants; T. Southwe ........e-men droed a 2 to 4 28. 40 meter Back Stroke, Girls Atlantc's Bushmters mo d
TRIAL BEGAN!... Giant; T. Soutwel............ 0a roal i th er wnto ho the an
TRIL Ronnie Kline was the winner in C. Fitzgerald ........ The two "power" teams of the rhe ento thid ae i the p nama
S tiburgh' 8-2 decision ove r 1955 Atlantic Basketball Leae, marinf that defeat, fans 2940 meter Back Stroke. Boys Area ,Armed- Forces basketball
MICHAEL REDGRAVE the Red of;l reliever Ray Nar- 31 defending champs Naval StLon reca l that Powells stayed in The 12 years. League wtth a rousing 88-67 wIn
ekl of Cleveland beat Cncin- Keystoer and the onrushing Gibraltar Life fight right up to the end of the 30 100 meter Free Style, Wom- over Abrook Air Force Base lt a
Ann TODD Leo GENN nati, 2-1, in 11 innings; York ofR. Bishop ............ 0 Insurance five, meet head-on third frame, but had not the lit- en. night.atn or Te a
the Class B Pedmont league Cppenver .. ..... 0 tomorrow night at the Marar- te extra It took to hold on for 31.100 meter Free Style, Men. Unbeaten Fort e powe
KierontMOORE, in l 0 0rnt otme 7i e cy Cy.... ........ taym. For the Tar the league one more quarter when Gibral- 32. 80 meter Breast Stroke, its way to victory No. 5 by drut- YORK Tua





A r M T E Sn r i w n wi ne r -1-d hm o hBpet the parent B alt imo re O rlo- W C o r lph
lea2 13-1; Taronto of the inter- ......0 a orn 14 2ars.nth rt wtih r-o theTIrolops Ih p
nat Tonal defeated the Bradhaw ..........0 this writing, they set the pace Activity begins at 7'o'clock 'to- 33. o 80 mP rn Bresa et0. Fort Clayd on continue Its lCom on re e
Si thetn Le aagu e d iweer atnd Steartr ............ trtas en an a o th o Ae s are0 meter Medley Relay, pound ain pacific, s I aan. ep
Wwthi a.te Sax an n....... r an ce-mei mean a tie tenor me e aret os I rls 12 years, e Ym

























to CRISTOBAL viaWAYPORT anATe | I se mceigeelcrooCNRL M ICCm nllDdr..AMVRICAC LEAGUE
"F"rst 0rrvt..........ATE BOOI. ".'. Both quintets will be relyig for t portent first aie of er T Ie E NM
&Eupon player or players ly the night. 3. 160 meter Free Style Relay, ThU Ayight.
lu .4 4 d thrr .aa lWomen.Yarbrough, a tall pivot man, Ad t,
--nte iona The alar Le InSuranr addedto their roser.Naval --O meter Free Style Relay, o 1 fR
teat *ChColab Ed Khisrchme tion recently lost many of their U Men and 12 of 15 from the free throw te f hEIA---- ,
beat t cs LaCA Cola team c3ach- caters, but it is rumored that atatmr t t t Y-
te-Od by aon Es 5 t 31. least o ne o the five replace-in
to ed by PORTSon Ebbs 45 to 31, Quarter ments is of the top notch varie-ral 5 f m years and under.o 14 213 post. period leads' mona--.
Arr-31. .. sores we -1, 3 .SW T O. 3 PRmeter Diving, Boy:1421-13, 41-31, T U and67-43. DINGDMV CARAG lA "AVAmer
Gain roUI nILu years and under. Ed Nann added..14poin ts-a a
L Pet. braltar L Warng his debut tomorrow will beak Medals will be awarded to the Dick Kohrherr 11 for the nd
45-31.B Gibralta*Life hidbut tomrrow nh t I, Tooto -three place winners in each while Lou Dinwiddie with 23 and Wednesday oerauspenslon
Mar44 26 .629 rgarita comes highly-touted, On Idle ||o ||nt event as well as points. Point
l.....W. Brown Relngardt, Baligna and Sofia
'HEon an ..............2 will be to place winners on the termine the point competitors in start immediately.
Havanal.... 42 30 .583 4 1 .. C ..............0 saw action in last Friday's easy NEW YORK, June 28-(UP)- basis of 5-3-1. The relays will each of the respective division,
EN SCAIFF Columbus.... 3 .521 L. French............4 victory for the Navy over Uni- Second-place M on t ral and be scored in the same manner men, women, boy and girl. Tro- he four ded m er
W. ... .h ............. 8 sport. And, of course, theta third-placeaa-,ph oen, be
Buofalose ... 3 28 41 i L Jackson .............. 4 leading scorers in the loop, Jerry up ground on idle Toronto Mon- among the team members.b37t..s A f ew i ancdh a n d s eow
The MoteBtional Murder a ..... 28 41 .403 15' E Linfors.............. 0 Hall and Frank Doran, will be day night in the International The awarding of points mrks dvson, vised them not to testi
The Mt enrsationedl Murder Srichmondu ... 28 44 .380 1 T. Perantie........... 2 razor-edge sharp for this all-eague. a new trend for the Indepen- The highlights Comm oner uius
Trial Eve reed Rchmond.27 .380 M. Rudge .............o important encounter against the The Royals pulled to within dence Day Swimming Meet. in all probability be the me
DON'TJ. Watson second laceteam.one game of the league-leader These indtoediving with the Armed For
DON'T MISS IT! YEsT 0 RESUT 2 Fitzgerald..........0 Gib ar, on the other hand, by blankin the Syracuse Chiefs,
Montrsel 1s00eI-8s1p 1 hab no plans about remainingIn80. behindtheix-hit pitchingnh
CetersommaZ nd (6); D ayndi 4 the5runner-up s Their most of Don Drysdale. John Buchae P atyle an itheBo00CMet or se
Encanto- Today .25.15 et Zne 7 and recent addition GeneRichter, and Clyde Paris hit homersfort ion i ed
WAOO 1IErautt, Command (6); Drysdale goca Cola greeted the God Coast Cage the Royals, who totaled 13 hits Teit be the es- the dr atny
Ft a .. "" .. loop with a bang Friday night off two Syracuse pitchers. Tet in rcor. e treae th e
Edmund Lowe, in Buch0, Parris. T. Cost ....-----... ..1 ---
Edm Loweia. Cost..............0 scoring 27 paints, the most Havaila turned back the Roch- MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS o re y a ie
Columbus 000 D. Ingle.............0 points scored by any player this ester Red Wings. 8-1, and nowByUIE PRtSS Forces person allU arn
SterlingHayden IoBual 000100-1 7 11 W .............. 2 year in one game. Richter stands rest three games back of Toron- aesatheie tr eee oe ,
"ARROWS IN THE DUST" Bufealo( 000010000-P1 7 1J. Stacey..............2 6-5 Over the basketball count to. Pat Scarntlebury,,whorelv- Loye ank ma e otine
Wheat, Haag ( nd BuMiller (8 A Wagner P............. ando r of more bet- ednstarter Emiio rCuechetInetheo I a batStnanA meole
Fldmudand Bur; Fowers and Yewcic. D. Pajo ...... .........1 trin.- _so f foites thanmhasbfifthainn rng, was the winne

















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included 5 million for 4.0
sident's new atom-shar lu
a under which this country WW
half the cost of building rei
rch reactors for other fre ana-
I.
ep. Carl T. Durham (D-N.C.).
Iy member of the atomic com-
ee, said that "almost 100 per
" of the new atomic construe-
projects could be "used for
enula purposes if world condi-
a should make that possible."
m military measure w o uld
rize $1,279,000,000 for bases
bis country, 36,498,000 f o r
is overseas, 21,000.000 f o r
regency projects and 375.335,.
br secret programs.
large part of the program
d be aimed at building and
rging airfields to handle heav-
pid aster planes now coming
operationalU, use.
e Senate may take up the
Mc bill tomorrow.
op. W. Sterling Cole (R-N.Y.),
v chairman of the atomic
ittee who played a key part
he defeat of the "peace ship"
,told the House commit tee
ibers found it impractical.
r members had described it
) "showboat."
e bases program was recom-
dod by the House Armed Ser-
a. Committee. Chairman Carl
W (D-Ga.) called it "absolute-
setial to keep our military
as In shape."
p. Dewey Short of Missouri,
Republican member of the
said the measure reflects
magnitude and complexity"
his cobtry's military ma-
iaddid that Russia has dem-
ted "In every way" that it

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WASHINGTON, June 28 (UP)-
p U.S. Chamber of Commerce
toay denuned proposals f or Le l pe kno the truth Wd th
raising the federal minimum wage
as "unrealistic and self defeat-
testimony before the H o u s e TIIRTIETH YEAR PANAMA, B. P.. TUW
labor committee. the chamber's di --
-eetor of economic research, Em-
Erson P. Schmidt, op sed an ad.
Winistration bill to rasethe wage
from 75 cents an hour to 90 cents,
rtase it to 51.
Schmidt told the committee in H
pared testimony that some in-
estries cannot afford to absorb i
't to 90 cents," let alone an Its eavy arl
if such raises go into effect, he
dr eme workers will have to Bonn, Germany, June 28 -AWdemocracy with hurry-up rearma-
"Unless a minimum wage in. (UP) Chanedclor Konrad ment legislation.
eese can be absorbed, a t cannot Adeauer told a tamultous. par Adenauer's scornful answers to
benefit the low-wage worker forliament today that West er-s Oilenhauer charges created pan-
whom it is Intended," he said. many must rearm because the demonium in the Bundestag. So-
Sthe basis of these conchlu- East German Communists were cialists drowned him out with cat-
we oppise proposals to in- preparing an armed force of calls and derisive whistles.
crease the minimumwage as un- 105,000 men "for civil war a- It took acting Bundesta g presi-
lstic and self-defeating." gain US." dent Carlo Schmid, himself t a So-
Me said a boost even to 90 cents cialist, minutes to calm the as-
, uld tend toward the destruc. The 70.yqar-old German States- sembly down.
Sof job opportunities and price man rode to defend his rearma- In a heavily ironic voice, Ade-
ereases which would affect ev- ment policy after Socialist oppoi- nauer told the Socialist that a new
I e.av tion leader Erich Ollenhauer ac- army of necessary "to protect the
'e said this would mount to caused the government of endan- Fatherland and you and your fams .
"misguided humaniatarianlsm." gering the young West, German liess"
S-He said that to folow the social.
tat Rssi prereist "do nothing" program would
cash For Bases, Atoms Gets be likeleading 50,000.000 West
.,isnt er e D ea 5 0 1 Ge rman and 18,000,000 East Ger-
.,It mans "like lambs to the slaugh.
oRapid-Fire House Approval Earlier, Socialist Olenhauer ac-
Sa i lcused the Adensuer government
0 e of merely paying Up service to
-- parliament and going ahead with
WA$HINGTON, June 28 (UP)- is "prepared for war and Is not rearmament legislation unilateral-
defense-conscious House gave adverse to engaging In it." ly.
.ld-fire approval yesterday to He said te government has
$,asOOO600 m 1 itary base The two dissenting votes were "simply ignored' parliamentary
ding program and a $267,709,- cast by Reps. Cleveland M. Bai- demands for aeguardsagainst
atomic construction bill. ley (D-W.Va.) and Ralph Harvey militarism a reserve parlia
o.' e atomic measure whl pp e d (R-Ind.). mentary coO of the new army.
rough by voice vote shortly af- Ollenhauer said the regime's
the lawmakers voted 317 to 2 The Air Force would get the high-handed approch the rearma-
favor of the bases program, biggest share of the new construe- ment ha created the "most se-
ey acted in the wake of warn. tion funds, $1,15,453,000. rious political crisis" in West Ger-.
that Russia is preparedd for many since 194.
r and is not adverse to engag- The Ariy would receive $5S1,- ie said West German demo-.
in i.t." 105,000 aothK Nay $506,140,000. cracy will founder if such if suc
th measures now go to the -
"te for action. In eac instance,A
..House merely authorized the
rams. Congress must later
,de the actual cash.
a era3was no effort to restore


"breakneck attempts as Ithe
volunteers law are not with-
drawn and replaced by a ae&ar
program l ta e supported
b all democrat H res.
&lenhauer a10 1 he rearma-
ment program "contradictory and
dangerous."
The Adenauer administration
yesterday unveiled details of its
plan to raise a 800,000-man army
and appealed to reluctant West
German youths to back rearma-
ment because of the "dangers of
out aituatiom."
West Germin defense minister
Theodor Blank opened a battle to
win approval fOr Adensuer's arms
program from an angry and di-
vided parliament.
In a statement to the lower
house Blank announced that:
1. All West Germans between
the ages of 18 and 45 will be
liable to peacetime military serv-
ice.


2. The normal military service
period for' draftees will be 18
months and conscripts usually will
be drafted at the age of 20.
.. The 12-dlvisilon army will to-
tal 370,000 men. In addition there
will be a tactical air force of some
70,000 men with 1,326 frontline
planes and a small coastal navy
comprising 20,000 men.
The statement added an assur-
ance that parliamentary control of
the new West German armed forc-
es would be fully guaranteed.
Blank's statement opened the e
first reading of a temporary stop-
gap bill under which some 6,000
volunteers are to be enrolled be-
tween now and March 21, 1956.
"The federal government a-
peals earnestly to Germanys
youth," Blank lared.
Af every~lt b we have ex.
thSt our m w nmiar
sworvie with reseW .
"We do not see something mere-


Ooh, Marilyn
LONDON, June 28 (UP) The
newspaper Daily Sketch com-
plained today that Marilyn Mon-
roe has developed a chubby
"spare tire" that mars a shapely
midriff.
"Ooh," the widely circulated
London tabloid sai4, "Marilyn's
got a spare tire"-and narrowed
the offending flabbiness on a four
column pin-up photograph of t h e
actress perched on a sofa arm.
"Here's an old friend, Marilyn
Monroe the Sketch said.
"And here, too it would appear,
is glamor's old enemy, the spare
tire at the waistline.'
BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29
HIGH LOW
11:21 a.m. 4:59 a.m.
.......... 5S141 p.m.


ly negative in this. The political
leadership has the responsible
task of convincing youth of the
need for military service."


UAW, Chrysler Sfart Contra
DETROIT, Jane 28 (UP) The negotiatdonm were begun
Chrysler Corp. and the CIO Unit- yestoa almost a wek in ad-
ed Auto Workers today appeared vance -oQtt date sperifed In the
to be striving for a speedy agree* old contwaokr6 thir begfning of
ment on a contract covering the talks...
Chr sler's 80,000 workers. The e.$* laIrt was generally in-
though working under a "24- terpr4ed as p ove designed to
hour news blackout" spokesame bring tb a tultur a c-weluaio.
for both sides Indica th-y
would like to reach an agreement
well in advance of the Aug. T e rr fS1nUd
deadline. '**'


They want to avoid scattered
walkouts which plagued general
Motors and Ford when similar
talks extended several hours past
the deadline.
Emil Mazey, secretary-treasur-
er of the union and head of the
Chrysler bargaining team, said he
expected to spread out at least
part of the union's demands early
in the alks.


Blind Helen Keller

Observes Bhrlhday
Rejoicing Health
EASTON, Con., June 28 (UP)
Helen Keller, who has been deaf
and blind for all but a few months
of her life, observed her 75th birth-
day yesterday rejoicing that "I
am so healthy." ,
Miss Keller etfl observe the
anniveri q 4 Pnir'aPoered to.,be

Message s and floral triburt
poured in from all over the world.
Many came from persons she vis.
cited during her recent 40,000
mile, five-month world tour.
Miss Keller asked that no spe-
cial plans be made for her birth-
day and her wishes were kept.
She arose as usual at 6 am. and
read her Braille Bible. Then she
strolled through her garden.
"I love the beauty and f ra-
grance of Connecticut," she said
through her constant companion,
Miss Polly Thompson.
It took Miss Keller many years
to learn how to speak and most
of her words still must be repeat-
ed by Miss Thompson. But those
around her said her speech is Im-
proving every day and she still is
making every effort to learn.
Asked recently whether she ev-
er felt sorry Jor herself, she said:
"Self-pity is our worst enemy. I
marvel at the courage with which
the crippled rise above their dif-
ficulties and enjoy normal society.
That's why I don't feel I deserve
the praise I get-I am so healthy."


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SAIGON, June 23 (UP)-Terror- at least four persons, injured a
lets, believed to be Communists, most 100, and abused more than
threw a hand grenade at the U- hall a million dollar's damage.
united States Information Office in The storms did their worst at
Saigon last nght. the small housing addition on
One Frenchman w as Injured hildredge near Scottsbluffr Neb.
yhen the grenade exploded. A veering twister hit it dead
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terrorist threw the grenade, oth- persons, injuring 86, and smash-
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lets in the vicinity of the U. S.
Information Office. Disaster crews turned out a
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were injured by.the explosion. Theft victims and the. boneless wee
grenade throwing was the latest bhousid in emergency libelters.
in a series of antikAmricas dem. More atorm wreckage piled up
onstrations which included the Wymolng. Lightning bolts kill-
bombing of a villa- occupied by In Texas, New Mexic o, and
personnel of'the U. .economic ed two persons and possibly
misain and au attack against an thkoe In the Texas Panhandle
Amerkan jeep. while a i winds caused
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